Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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In an unprecedented move, three members of Law- \ ". '.' work got under way again Wednesday,

tey'a City Council met Tuesday night and elected a new > .';. ; after being stopped in January when the new commissioners Students

chairman, Richard Eugene Starling. were installed, on the county's $1 million courthouse

Mrs Louise Rosier, the "ousted" chairman, ques- .

tions the legality of the action and has forwarded a But the completed building is about two years. away. AssignedTo

copy of the Lawtey charter to the town's attorney. 1 The commission met Wednesday

Rep. Eugene F. Shaw, now in Tallahassee, for a legal ,, 1 afternoon In a lengthy Where seven fires burned over
opinion. / aYCIR session with Architect Frank 29 acres In' April from fires SchoolsAssignment
George and went over prelim which resulted when people
co-chairman of the Council
Starling was serving as
inary plans for the new agri
.w trash the road
and did not attend the body's regular meeting Monday dumped on
cultural complex at the fairgrounds leading to the dump and. set of 3,016 students
night at which time Chairman Rosier appointed new .. aa weU aa the new it to, schools tor next fall, appointment
chairmen of standing committees in accordance with a courthouse The board members afire.Was told !toy Sanitarian of 83 teachers, and

Lawtey Council custom of rotating the chairmanshipsevery h ?'- were primarily Interested Jack Trawlck that no reply budget transfers totaling
F) In pinning down some nort' of $157,682 occupied Bradford's
four months. has been received from the
'tI ", i 17 .A construction schedule and their School Board for two hours
Starling had been chairman of the Street Committee ,. financial. status on the build Florida Gas Co. about thecounty' Tuesday morning in a routine

and was reassigned to head Tax and Finance. Name Councilman Mrrrltt William and Nell Yorker, examine a utility bill of a city ings. request that under. the Water com session.
pany's pipeline
ed as new chairman of Streets was Councilman Paul employee. Tucker rrqupnted. to we the bill of every city employee who had .been The architect said that Oak Creek be lowered to allow The board officially closed

Dinkins. delinquent,which annoyed Clerk Merrill Edward?.who thought the, councilman was, 1888,000 Is available from the the county to dig It out out Starke- Elementary, which,
Mrs Rosier said Wednesday afternoon that Star too far. $1,000,000 bond Issue originally for drainage purposes. has a capacity load of 544
going let. Of that amount. 75O.:$ ,.
ling called her about 5 I p.m. Tuesday and said "we're But Tucker didn't stop until he hud examined all and was itutlttfletl. The oilier 000 la tentatively[ set for construction Gave Trawlck permission students already registered for ,the to
having Council] meeting tonight and you'd better be to attend mosquito control further registrations
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council members! also! examined the bill*. of the new courthouse 1967-68 term. The 8,018 students
there." $6 .OOO for the new meeting In Panama City next the board assigned were

She said she didn't attend the meeting because she Amid Another FlareupCouncil ag complex, $40,000 for archi Monday-Wednesday.May 810. those- for whom freedom of
didn't know what it was being called for' and thoughtit tect's fees and i 33OOO for -Gave CD Director Frank choice forms had been return

was her place to call special meetings, if any were furniture for ,the new build Williams permission to attend ed with the exception: of 3d
the area meeting for the FlorIda
requests for Starke Elementary'whlch
held. Those figures leave the CD Assoc., the United had to be turned
Starling presided at the meeting and said it was Passes TightOperation board In a bind In that the States CD Council Region nIl down..

for the purpose of electing a new chairman and make 30,000 promised the School and the annual hurricane con Supt. Casey 'said. forms notifying

ing new committee appointments} Board Is not Included In the ference In Jacksonville next parents and students

The three councilmentattending Starling, Mrs above figure and school offices Monday-Friday, May 812. that their I requests have accepted
Of Hall are not included !In the Changed the days to dispense I! will be .
'Jordan board
M. M.[ (Barbara) and Robert Scott Lawtey'afirst City by the
for the new third
Negro councilman.. Absent were Mrs. Rosier and preliminary plans commodities to the mailed ,this week. The 86 'requests -
School Tom ,
courthouse. Supt. Monday and Tuesday In each i Elementarythat
for Starke
Councilman {>aJ\ J Pfnkins.\ Casey has plan to move his month at the request of Commissioner honored
Increasing couldl not' be
Mrs! Jordan nominated Scott for the chairmanship : utility deposits, dismissing its auditor, and, demanding'; a list of de offices to the remodeled USO Zedra< Hamilton. to take 'a

and Scott nominated Starling. Nominations closed and linquent utility accounts placed on their desks eacf) month; Starke's City Council Building >if funds can be obtained Commodities wiU.be given out simply second choice will} ,have Casey. said. Any

Mrs. Jordan Voted for Scott, while Scott voted for Star- continued Tuesday night its determined effort to put the operation of city hall, on from the commission. on May IS, 18. other school in the county. is

ling. The t tief< Wj,! broken. by Starring who voted for solid ground Architect George Is still 33- available, he said.
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himself as chairman.Starling A long, hard look at all 98 going the route," pointed a committee of Tucker planning In his A breakdown: of the 3,016

''said Wednesday that he "immediately" names on the, delinquent lift replied. McRae, Williams, and ClerkFldwardstitblnveetlgate 000 preliminaries square foot and building..',reat deal M Mrr registered shows) 'that. Brad

stopped the work that had been started by Street Chairman including city employees* was eoun \met, 4J. of the ; hiring' th time Wednesday afternoon ? ford. High: has l.>89 students
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also taken !in a move spearheadcd ) uent accounts warn a now firm. I signed up '.0 tar, BrooHer 67,
"Jpinkins). the., nett day' after his appointment Afon-,, .' +HSf! Councilman' Nell and' without sere ---. -, -. -, was 'spent' In-an'attempt n Hampton' 101" Lawtey Junior
to determine how to distribute
day night : Tucker. He asked City Clerk .r : High 174, Anderson Junior

Starling' said 'that he had not yet made new come Merrill Edwards If all delinquent the session-- ,wet also w t the the' 33,000 county. square offices.feet It among was High 129, Southstde Elemen

mittee' assignments but expected to do so within' the city employees had paid by; Councilman 'r j quickly apparent that a great tary 36S, RJO'HIgh 408; and

next few days.i !in full. Told they had, Tucker Williams' < report of ,a deal of work along those line Starke' Elementary 544.
In the then asked the clerk to pro by Edwards RJE High and Lawtey Jun
meanwhile Lswtey* Clerk Ethel Reddish said F w la yet to be done. '
she hoped aKrulingon, legality of the meeting is received duce duplicates of their utility: ". the re U lnatlon I But as one official put It, a ior, High are both short of
bills for
b fo'time for proof. of the' clerk's- secre 5 "You have to begin some # their normal enrollment, Supt.
signing payroll checks Friday The "My Lord,' Edwards asked, Mrs. Jewe)1Jolner.) Wil where.." -*T h f Casey raid At Lawtey it is
charter provides that'checks be signed by the chairmanand "How'' far are you going togot" said Edwards interrupt c ; The 4,920 square. foot ag 1 simply a case of parents not

co-signed by the clerk in his office Monday, complex was a different mat- returning the freedom of

Mrs. Joiner's. l letter of +' ter, however The commission choice forma Casey thinks. At
In his- face,' and approved George's almo t com RJE, however,, that problem Is
CouncilRecreation .tha. Could: not k M plete plans for that structure.The compounded by the fact that
Car; Hits Pole By Lawtey In the council. architect said he would students are transferring to
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... t rf 1 'be ready to ask for bids In Bradford High.\
discussion ''ensued .A .E about two weeks after a few w. ; Negro enrollment at formerly
Youth Shaken Site the secretary, an eight. w'i ,1 more problem were worked all-whlt/ schools has doubled -

veteran In the clerk's' ,(lY ,n KYL'Ity out. The ag personnel added over this year, 'Casey told
: ; was offered a 110 raise! u ,their approval to the plans. the board, with 118 students
4 lj-yeeroid Gainesville! per week. Kxtrqmely A somewhat. more nebulous having already signed transfer.
youth was slightly Injured } to louo the veteran construction plan was offered Extension Service forma compared to 108 attend.
Sunday when his speeding carwont Purchase PlannedPurchase )' !in the mlclut/ of tho for the new courthouse George Ing formerly all white schools
out of control and struck ) of the clerk's oprrn- said it will take six months Week Proclaimed this year., A total of 226 Negro
a power pole on 6RS-18 a mUe thr council.'oVerrodo Its Clerk Merrill EdwardrNflra to complete ttts plans and 12 students are enrolled In form-
went of Keystone Heights unanJm of not granting raises through utility blllit to, to 13 months for actual con CommlNftloner Dave Shuford erly a1i-whtte schools for the
of a four acretrash passed u.ly. declaringthe
Damage to the right side of of land to be used as The council also established : middle o\\ ley( V{K.a.V-: prove to the council that all struction. pens week proclamation of May :21-27' FlorIda '67-68 term.
the 1063 Ford coupe driven by that .the Recreation Hall, ,f'lty employee hud pui recreation for
a area Negro{ Extension Home Kconomle:
Lonnle Ellis Jordan was estimated residents was voted Monday which has a pin ball machine Mrs. Joiner bad given story structure with all legal Eten lonAgent Negro registrations at BHa,
at 1,000 by the Investigating dward3: word The clerk, unusually com offices upstairs and the business U'erk a County two at Hampton, four at Law
and two rain operated pool no p.l
night by the Lawtey City Martha !Hue McCain
officer, Florida Highway Council. tables. 'Is subject to pay a $25 Hiit! "*'*/)1I1d l stay \V, lrl- posed during the entire meetIng offices on the first Moor tey Junior High, 10 at South-
Patrolman, O. C. Garrett occupational license since It afternoon after being made no comment during The comml..lon.has pretty on. Hide Elementary, and ,0i at
"There should be no further the discussion of the auditor well decided to' house the MN MrCaln told the Board Starke Elementary for a- total
Jordan JLl of the Increase. An-//
business by
wus traveling weston Is operated as a ;
delay," Councilman Paul Din- H-it: when the motion was passed welfare personnel In that the Extension Service: hen H
county of 118.
SRS-1R at a high rate of Councilman Eugene Starling.. of the four secretaries,;
kins stated In proposing the he said: made over 1,800 home vUlts. Mrs.
..speed according to TrooperGarrett's It was'established that $10 is ( office. gave notice Wed- the new Emergency Operation Leading appointees was
report, when the purchase at $100 per acre: Tho owed for operation of the business she would quit, !Kd-f!: "I want the council to get Center at the fairgrounds Instead office mill telephone rail during Maureen[ Paul whoa appointment
council .agreed to buy the them (the new firm) to come of the new courthouse. the punt year, sponsored principal at HamptonElementary
Ford left,the road and hit the and $3 each for the. coin sold, but had not sub-i as
tract which Is outside the city what' are in the SI newNpnprr. article. 113 confirm*!l.
/ in here and set up you Welfare personnel was
with Its side. machines. a leticcof: rej'fllon
power pole right operated )|
Jordan was charged with ex- limits but adjoins the boundary Councilman Paul Dinkins, ha dccllitc'd to identify gentlemen and lady want; then midst of moving there now radio program, and'brld 31mcctlngi Mrs. Paul has 28 years experience
the and Which: has highway authorize me to proceed,;< from from the old Johns Motel on ). as a teacher-and. has
ceeding safe the matter ,
speed. who brought up
frontage along Its length, 't"I'm "* south Walnut 8U They need for -sevenyears.
.there. at Hampton
The accident happened at said the pool tables are the can I get two more .
after apparently giving up first he can remember In Law- for $60 per week" the The clerk then agreed to two interview rooms and a Teenagers Placed She. Is certified in:ele--
7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 30. hope of obtaining a lease.on waiting room for the education, special education
c ley. The council's ordinance asked; Councilman Tucker's request larger ...On Probation mentary
Louts Hill Estate.
site the
a on did 'not 'cover" coin operated move expected for some that each councU member bo six workers. and ,/la library _educa;
Councilmen' Paul Dinkins pool tables and w.as amended: the council TuencUy provided with a Hat of delinquent The board also 'heard Prof. A Juvenile hearing Friday tion.'
Bradford( County and Robert" Scott were Joinedby by the council 'to do so. Increasedthe, amounts. utility consumers at Jack Samuels, director of the April 28, on seven teenagers According to Supt. Carey
Hospital Chairman-'Louise{ Roaier In Chairman Louise Ros.icr.alHO. electrical- portion of the'' each meeting. The lists are Civil Defense Technical Service charged with truancy. for Mrs. Paul was appointed from
Auxiliary err voting to purchase tho site announced a rotation of the'count's '8yatem at the sugges made'up on the 21st of each Center at the''' University of skipping school to go to Jacksonville seven or eight persons! approached

OPEN owned by Mrs. Alice 'Bullard. !; commutes tin accord / of Councilman Jimmy month: Florida, suggoHt that part of saw four of them about. entering ad
HOUSEAt Councilwoman Barbara Jordan ante with the policy of the' .- Electrical deposits for Tucker also requested that the new courthouse be constructed placed on probation.One ministration. ,She had been
said she had not been Informed board-over the past few years were raised $5, a payroll sheet be shown each to serve as a nuclear teenage girl, already on recommended by the* School
of plans to buy the tract of changing the' alignment $,U to [$20. Deposits tor member each month. fallout shelter Prof Samuels probation for partying at Trustees and Casey. .
Bradford County prior to the meeting and ab said of the first floor All teacher will
every quarter The new com were doubled small After examining several utility part' Sampson Lake during school ( appointees,
HospitalS stained. Councilman Eugene would probably: meet the federal be listed the epd. of this
at ,
mittee poets..jirei going. from$23 "to bills of formerly delinquent hours, had her probation reinstated .
Starling was not present. sand large businesses from the government's requirements after spending the article-. ) -
city employees during:
Finance Eu '
May 7 Taxation : .
nday; Councilman Scott Is to arrange $100. course of the meeting Tucker with negligible additional weekend In the Bradford Coun- Budget amendments' reCOmmended
; Chairman
geneStarling ;
2:30: to 4:00: P.M. the details of the purchase Robert Scott,* and "Barbara deposit for a resi said he would "accept this at cosU.indlcatlon. ty Jail. It took that) County by. State Departmentof
and the council will hold customer now will be this particular time but they : was given that Judge T. A. Yawn said, to Education officials who<
In Observance: Of a special meeting to finalize'It. Jordan .- including a $10 gas better not show up on the 1 the board Intends working In convince her the court meant were here lost week were approved

NATIONAL "I hoped we would get the Street/o! Paul Dlhklns.: chairman and .$2.20, tiOS; water. ; audit report again" that direction. buslneiS'' and that attending by the board. They concerned
HOSPITAL WEEI other (Hill Estate), but U ; BRrb.ua. Jordan and. $27.20. Councilman Williams termed In other .ctlorw, the board: rschool: was,, the wisest course. Budget IV, which Id

looks like we'''are not goingto Rabert'Scott.9enltatlon. plan was discussed his report of Clerk Ed --Showed much Interest in Two other girls, who had funds received. from .various
The Public. la ," 'Mayor Charles Shuford : i Robert Sco t, council voted unanl- ward's flare-up over the sec participating in the federal left home after being suspended federal programs. Largest of
Cordially] Invited stated. He concurred with the. chalrmanr:: Paul Starting' 'and, for, it after Bond re ary's resignation a "very government's Recreation and from school, also spent several the $157.682: : In transfers was
purchase of the new tract. Eugene' Starling.. : Chairman. Cliff Hazen, unpleasant task, but I'm not Soil Coneervatlon Watershed days In jail before they under Title I funds a 90.000'
In. another major move the Chairman :Rosier also' Instructed -/ councilman, gave his going to hesitate. 'I feel the Program if the Legislature showed any 'i desire to return [CContinued on Page Five)
This Space Contributed council also voted a 913: : committee chairmen' council and ,..the people should posses a general' matching ''home. Both had told Judge
Weekly to Publicize monthly salary Increase tor .to report to the council. on ace snoth4r: 'move first men- know what happened at my fund. Water Oak Creek was Yawn. they didn't care whether Saturday: Hours'
the city clerk. Clerk Ethel 'tlon taken'on'any assignment. by Councilman Tucker, office Monday morning." tabbed as the count,'. biggest they ,returned home that no
Community Events: .by Reddish now draws $:S6 s per Many: things; she said, are' assigned planned In ad Williams aald the clerk ''drainage problem. body cared for them" anyway. Set For PurchaseOf

The month; the Increase would put to a committee now, of the meeting tbq buret in his Walnut St. Insurance -Asked County .Attorney Another teenage girl had License TagsThe
CommunityState herat 170 per month. nothing Is done, and the mat voted unanimously "to office 'and Interrupted T. A. Yawn to study several her probation discharged from ,
Bank Councilman Paul Dinkins ter Is then .Imply forgotten. with the services: of as he was conferring with two proposed new plans for:, distribution the Sampson Lake case and tax collector's oftlce'wUl
again made the motion stating In other action/ the council: George D&l deJake. clients. "He stuck the letter-in of the state's sev truancy charges lathe Jacksonville !be open Saturday, May 9, from
Accounts DOW insured he had proposed a $23 Increase 'Instructed Marshall Ml M. motion war' made by my face I can't repeatthe enth-cent gasoline tax, all of .case ,dismissed to en 9 a-m. in order.that aucf( own
up to $15.000 by the same as for the Jordan to Inquire 'of the.' City Orle Wiggins. language he used. but he which ere expected to cost able her to be married. ers who are not able to par
Federal Deposit Insurance mayor last July but had re of Starke about .the purchaseof had been fired last used the Lord's name in vain Bradford County money. Two other girls were releas chase their new )license-taCo
ceived no support. Councilman street signs. No action had then rehired at the numerous times He cursed -Told Rmyonier's Jack Mae- ed' to' their parents with the during the .,week can do so
Corp. Robert Scott gave the second been taken in ''April ,whert the Ine rtence. the council." Connell the county intends) promise they would attend then. Deadline for new tags Is

and this time Dinklo: motion. Continued.( On Pasa Four .Ruby" -Johns ap tContinued' on' Pa&'e' Five] s,to fence the Keystone dumps school regularly May'j' 20. ',..




Mrs A. H. Harley Jr. and Journalism who were initiated Keraov', also' known. aa Tennle written defensns.. I If any, to It which It was assessed are' aa
Youth Draws Jail SentenceFor into Kappa Tau Alpha Kersey Deceased on Eugene' F Shaw, Attorney for follows:
Mrs. Pauline Torode visited na- To All Creditors and Persons plaintiff whose. address l la til Certificate No.. 104. Tear of Issuance
Mrs. Eldon Klmmona in the tional honor society in. Journalism -j Having; Claims or Demands South Walnut Street Starke,, asesDescription.
e this week.Nursing AjKlnnt Said Estate: Florida and file the original of Property" : Com, ,
Gainesville Medical Center on You and each of you are with the Clerk of the above at NW Cnrof8W34( of 8WVI <*
Wednesday.John Malicious Damage To Armory hereby notified and required to styled Court on or before June run S 210 Ft. E 100 Ft. for POB.
Run S 100 Ft. m eta Ft N 100 Ft
Sorensen of MandarinIs Services present any clalma and demandawMqh B, .1110,7. otherwise a judgment
jequf.or ellhet" d youynTny for W 259 Ft to POB SEC 12, T.e-
mar ba eiittred analniit yo-
six with' his H. R-2J-B.
spending weeps Told At havet awl net the. estate of Jennie jlh. relief demanded In the com- :
GLADYS MOOTY[ ,uncle and aunt Mr.. and Mrs, > Charles Edward Hawkins, during weekend dances and Rotary F. .Keraey,, alia. *. known aa ''IPh nlo.l1'.Y..n'Name, In et whlqh at) allaaaaed Lln-

Phone> 964-7608 .C. S. Haddock, while workingat ( (17, of Hampton.was sentenced J thfa vigilance resulted in Mrs. Arlen McKnlght, public Jennie. County*.1'1&/ )?',,t dooeaaed<* the County lateVofaald of Wktnefta court; my on hand May and I 1. 19117BI3AL. the.sea'1said the All County of sfcld of property Bradford being, State In

'I the, College' of. Engineer..* in ,by1 County, Judge T. A", Yawn Hawkins' arrest health nurse for Bradford Judge of Bradford, County, Flee ( .) .uf .JflorLJa, .
Gainesville, I Tuesday' to three months in Police Chief Wm. Hossef and Union Counties Idat\ hl of/Ice.I In the .,cout t thotidtof L Charles, A Derby, vUdl.Be mich certificates or certlflrates -
disclosed Oountr .
Misses Doris Spengler and Mrs 1.. W Strickland of e/ N. e jftil' ,After, ,pleading\ guilty to a 1 said that four JuVenllef were : }Home"' NuMhig Service and the within six at calendar Aa Charles Cleric. Of A. Said Darby CourtBy Clerk cording to shall Jaw be the redeemed property d ac-
Debra Johns. Senior Girl Jacksonville and :Mrs. Mark WinnDixieHit charge of malicious damageto arrested for drinking last Saturday new Home Health Aid program months from the time of the ______ 5-4 4t 6-2B bed In autli. certificate or
Scout assisted Mrs. James Moody of Green Cove Springswere public property.The night, and that! about first publication of this noticeTwo lertlfluatea will be sold to the
at the Rotary Club Wednesday .
Theft coplea of each claim or demand otloe Of Api lliutun( Fur highest bidder at the court house
Cadell of Lake Butler with weekend guests of Mrs. By youth WM under pre- 20 inch arrests had been made shall be In writing and 'I'nx, UrrdHm door on .the" first Monday In'
the Lake Butler Junior Girl John Christiansen. Of sentence investigation at the by city police during the past Mrs McKnight said shall atate the place of residence >. III I.111. to'. M. month, of Jtlne11i61'which> I lethe
Cigarettes that and poet office address of the Notice I In. hereby given that 5th day of June, 16 fl.Dated' .
Scout Troop on a camping: ,$rlp Mr: and Mrs Roy Wingate time for his part in a break- two> or three months. part of the. cost!?'! .of_ these. ner.-; claimant I ?(tad. shall I ba awu>cn to ,3Lr?. Carl: liartun. thw holster of thl.11111' day"a April.
to Camp Choweriwaw near Of Callahan were Saturdayviscera1 .plI oJWnatelY., 000. cartons ,!.Nt ..and entering cajo lu Foster said that dances were Vlces couTd< be paid through by the claimant, hie I agent, or the following certificates" han 1 1961.
of Mt: and Mrs Tyler Starke several months not when the attorney and Hooompanlvil by a filed Bald. .. certificates for a tax (SEA
Over the ago. chaperoned, Charle6
Green Cove springs of cigarettes and a transistor Medicare and advlued the public filing fee of one dollar and such deed to be issued thereon The C ,1rr011.. .'
weekend. Jones. The Jones also had as redid were "stolen from the Hawkins admitted breakingout armory is rented to an out of to become more familiar claim or demand not ao filed certificate numbers and yearn 01! Clerk: of Circuit Court of. Brad-
Mrs. H. H. Adams will visit Sunday guests Mr. and :Mtt 'Winn-Dixie: store here SaCur- a window in the Starke town band. Rosser said, however with the benefits offered hall be void Issuance. ,, thu duairlptlon" of the fore County, Florida:;' "
.. property and the names In 614 4t 6/S5
Adams at Cecil of Callahan.Mr. that all bands are required / ) John F. KeraeyAa
her eon Pvt. John Long .day night. Apr. 22. armory during a dance held President Clyde Terwlllegar I administrator of the Estate
Fort Sam Houston San An- and Mrs. W. H Nollman Entrance to the store was there last Saturday night. to have a police officer announced that the regular''' of Jennie P. Kersey, also known I

tonio. Texas over the weekend. were Sunday JTWier guests of gained'' by breaking in throughthe Warrant Officer Albert, I on duty at the dances and meeting will not be held' at' aa Jennie Kersey, deceased.First 1\00'1'110' "II'1.- ,"" sate will :
of Mr. and :Mr*. .W F. Swlnyei;. must a foe for this extra publication' May 4. ]1981 Notice la hereby given that I certificate* be sold on
Lt Douglas Seymour ai'\. condiUonlng diicC on 1''ogtetr, property officer said pay the Garden Restaurant, 'next 614 4t seer the 3rd the followingdewrlbed land to

Fort Holabird :Met: I Ia' homeon ,In: Keystone Heights was i the roof, of the, building/ (dropping ; ,that, number. of windows I service. Wednesday. Members will go c-::: ; Of* ThrKlerhth ; 12 noon,day at of community June, 1807 center begin pay herein the amount due for t....
week's : Mrs.: W: B. Middleton. Im Tkei Court I set opposite the same,
five leave into the duct and crawl- have been broken at the to Lake Butler where they will : Jodlrlal (Irrnlt Or Plur-. Town of lirooker, County of together with all costs of such
:Mr. and :Mrs. B. H. Spears visiting her sister, Mrs. Mae Ing a distance before chiseling armory on recent weekends, be host to Rotarians there Ida 1st A.
have moved from N St. Clair Jones In Jacksonville.' over the through a wall Into the back as well aa other damage such Harriett GoodmanIn a result of losing an attendance a.I- I.' C me> Jlo '12Ha.ry Lots. 7. 8. 9, 10 of ,

Street to the Alderman houseat weekend. room of the store.The" as "tearing. up the plumbing"in Honor Society contest to the Lake But- v.W Taylor, Plaintiff H. Ulk a in Ward s .

417 N. Walnut Street. Mr.. and ,Mrs. Keith Reeves 1 thlCf used... glove to : rest rooms, and throwing : ler club. Ifary Ann Taylor. Defendant City. t'' A. P. McDavtd 1610)
David O. Scottof [and son of Winter Park were, NOTICJO;] OP SUIT Lot S In Blk 11 ,. ,'
Mr. and Mrs. ,' prevent, leaving! ,. .fingerprints, bottles, breaking out gloss In Mine Harriett Goodman, TOt, MARY ANN TAYLOR ElrookerSWM V. J. Bazar "0.45
Decatur Oat are visitingtheir ; r'visiting' her parents', Mr. and and left the building by break- Arjjny trucks on the, &grounds.He daughter; Mr. and Mrs. S. D NOTIC TO rnJo1lu'.onll 40 Our ski Street Uutfalo, : of NW% Sect .
daughter and family, Dr Mr N. L. Woodburn on Sunday ing two locks on the rear door. said this vandalism has Goodman FLORIDA M'I'A'I'U'I'ne New York r 17 Range 2019
of Starke, was In The Court Of The ('aunty You are hereby notified that Township 7 S A. F McDavId 1215.05 ,"
Mrs. Jr. this : ._. .
and O.U Haynes( Several rolls of
Green Stamps >
,resulted: In! posting a National luilic. Bradford

Melanle and Lex I among: 23 students in the University County Klurliln an action for divorce hap Tommy E. Cox Town ClerkTown
week. They were Joined by Kathy were also taken, out were ac- Guard member at the Armory of In ProbateIn filed against you and you are ot Brooker
Mrs. Carl Fromhagcn and Green" ,, Iff of Gainesville spent cfde'ntally dropped( oft th'e way I Missouri School of Re: Estate of Jonnle P 're-mired to ftrve a copy of your Bradford County Fla.

children of Clearwater over the Uke :weekend with theft grandparents I

weekend. :Mr. and Mrs. Lex out.Local police officers said 1

Sixteen members of the Green Sr. ., that;. a s4 Methodist Youth tfellowshlfl :Mf and Mrs: Kenneth (rid'e'rend Winn-Dlxle store at High I f t

attended Good Friday service daughter visited the Jack- Springs l last.weekend) with the t

at the Greek Orthodo, Church sonvlIJe) Zoo on Sunday. same method used to. enter e

In Jacksonville last! Friday Edgaf; Dukes attended A the building.' The thefts are ,

night. They were Chaperoned maintenance seminar conducted believed to be the work Ol "- '', ,,,f'r -;15S"f' \ .IJltW I :-. 1...,., i t 1.-t, r.r ,;y.''.'t',, '.'J': .C"
&.' Coats' at Jen- ',. ', i .4 t' ,.... ,.- ... 'i L.tI. ; ,.
by Mrs. John Torode, Mrs S by David professionals.Notice : .,. .t' \ .'", .. '. iA"H \, .-...... : .Of I, .",j \' 1;,
G. Denmark, Mrs. Clyde Sin. nlriga on April 28 and 29. ; ,, AM t .rr 11 '. l"'i',, ;" '1W'I.. .
clair :Mrs. O. W. Whltd Jr.::, Guest speakers from Starke Of Appll.wtloa; For > -'y; : ;, :. ;,;.. ;,.:, > from b.; : ,' )' .t:
Mrs. Odessa Mitchell;' Ernest were L. M. Gaines of,the Florida Tax Dxctl- ,.'*'' ,.", ', Q; .. ........J'.. ,,,:, .' ,, ., wr 1Ii
Pats and Mrs. :J. R. WatA- Hotel Commission. and .... 194 10 r. !4. '. : ,., ,, .t' .-.' !> ?fti" '_ '
Fred Graudon anditlon.ing Notice ,IB hereby given. that ... ... ) t't{ .f ,.4J
wright. ; I Mr. Carl Harton the holder' at >' c& .I. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O: HoltorK I contractor. Mrs* Dukes, ,,joined the following rcrtl/lcatai has ra .w ;,.
lied laid .rtlflc.te" for tax # '
a. .
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton them'on the 29th for the ban- deed to be Issued thereon The !j< ,!i

:Mr. and Mrs. H. A. quet; certificate numbers. and yeara of Ii j f .. J :t.t. >,
Bishop Jr., Mr: and Mrs. C. S. Mr. and Mrs, Sandy. Sanchez t.au.nmt8| the ".""rlpllo... o-t the I 0 7 "' T. JT',
property, and the name In :
Haddock and ':Mr:, and Mra. and, children of Jacksonville,, which.: It was assessed arc ai '.: c1V.t 4 //ttotU j ,., >- ,.

R. R. Andrews attended' the I Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Braolng- fur lowr.Certificate: .
fear la-
No It. of
graduation exercises! at the: ton and.childrenr\ and ,Mr, and aunnce 1965DeBorlptUm. ....' .
't. .
: :r. ..;;.
gym at St. Johns River Junior Mrs. Bert Rlsebrook and \ of Property.. NU c \ '
I Of SWH of NE \\6 SEC IS, ',-.8.S., '
College Friday night April 28 daughters _Gainesville.werf R-I3-IV; (II) Acre) l f
at which Phyllis Haddock, recent! visitors!! of ,Mr..and Mrs, plain In which asaeaaed'BruUTyaon Aw; ; .. 1" .
Linda Kr Holton' .Mar O. A. Gay. Sgt! and :Mrs in r1; ",, l '
AH 08 eald property belnir<< ,\ '.
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Hamilton, John Harold' Andrews .I Joseph A. Gay and family p>( tb.. County, of Bradford, Stateof )o -:. F :

and Blah Bishop received Lewrentfoburg,:. Tenn., are N'pn( FloridaITnleia suet, 5 Mi) 1". "''l _
leave.. with hU I Mr. ( certificate or car.flflrntea I ... ; I
diploma parents', \ .hall be.redeemed: aelordlnir < 9. if' ci": ,

Mr. and Mra. J. G. Holto and Mrs. G. A., Gay, to law' the property; deacrlbed ; ''I .JJt f) ,. u' '. \( ... "
In such .
and family visited Mr. and Mickey Danaby has returned certlflcatee will .be aold to the .... ,.. jr 11 II ; ,...; : \ .
t .. .
Mrs. R. I* Whlddon Tlf ton, from a 'ten day trip to South hLarheat bidder< at( the court houae r I : I \ ;

Ga. on Sunday. _, _. Florida and Puerto Rico with door month on of the June first,Monday whlcn I In,U f 1 l [ /

Mr." and Mrs. Rubble Shaller the University of Florida Glee the 6th day ofsfn9lAP'n, I M r f"r: J

spent. the weekend with Mr.; plub., He, hart accepted a. job Dated' this : I t ; ,
Co.: 16e1 ) I :OJ; .
and Mrs. Don Ray Tllley 111. with White Electric In ((SEAL) \
Jacksonville, Gainesville for the summer.' Charles A. Party Lt 4'P
Clerk of Clrrnlt Court of r(
Mrs. Mayme Johns otChea Mr... Frances Ford of Georgia i Bradford County, Florida. .\ ,. Ifi ... ''Ii
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erton Ind. la visiting her sister Christian School, Valdosta, 6/4 4t. 625Notice | ) // ., -:: "

:Mrs. C, A. Driggers,: for Ga. pent the 'weekend' with O Tnx* Appllrntlon...... .I For ... 10 ";. .t..'; ,1 J \ ,<(.. ,: ". ) I, JJ ., .. 'I :a a. S'

two weeks. her. aunt, Mrs. Vergle Flynn: ".... 104.in, F. S. Y .
: Norman RIgdon and They visited' Mrs. Bessie. Fp.x Notice Is hereby given, that :
Mrs. ; holder of :1
the :
Mr. Carl Horton
children of Mandarin were< on in Gainesville on'Saturday.Mr the following certificates haa .,;. ... ; '. ... \ I I' l- ..:....-.- !f ; :: 't, "" '
a tax fltt.r J' .J. ; 7t -. ... j. r
'vlsftlngr her .parents, Mr. and and' Mrs.: Herbert. filed maid certificates\ fpr The .L. : Jr. t
deed b. lasued thereon .
Mrs. George W.' Brown, on Thomas returned Monday from certificate to> numbers and yearn lft .7 fZ" r [tl 2' ,f .
Sunday. Her son, Stevlci;"pent a ten-day trip'" to Florence of laauanoa, the. description of : 4'1' ,w-; ) '
: ;
last week with :ills grandparents S. C., Washington D. C.., and which tha property It waa, and assessed the name are. "aa In 7 1. .. _,, ( t. ; f b (I' ,!J. 4'I.I. 0 ciJfill' ..

and celebrated{ J his l tltui Atfartta, Ga. followsCertificate'. -' ..- ; ( p ., f), r .1' '. .
afteip Mrand: Mrs" W. D. Dansby >Jo. 89i.ar of Ta- : I l
birthday on .Sunday ?Qn ( auanoa .- Yt t 1
with a party for neighborhood. l tb>jl: Lansing.: M lch. are, visiting, Description 1966.) of Property Com .
friends. '' Mr. and. Mrs R., O. Dansby at Inter of N Line & RLT; RWof "lit..... ........ ." J f.fJ .# f .
SAL RR, SPAR td RR .TOP ,v .f)? ..... "T ..' 1 -- ,
Dr. and Mrs. J. t E.: Denmark for two weeks for POB B JOS'. H on S Line l j

attended the Sidewalk) : :Mrs Louise Abel underwent BLK 67 *h 6'. N PAR 2d to R1J 106' ; b tn : 1 I : w' 9 ; '1 t t l'. 8.; '"ZI
W to POB SEC, T-5-S, R- "u,
Beach last Thursday .In the ... .
Festival at on .:
Daytona .surgery 2t-H, I B : () r ._ )J'H. : J ':>>
Sunday.Mr. Gainesville Medical Center., 1 Name I lit which asaeased R. W \

and Mri: C., T* Cooper Ronnie Tomllnsorr and ,1 "ifof: fJ said, projSert being In : .

Mr. and Mrs. Donald: Cooper. Wayne Blankenshll1''wre the County of Bradford, Stateof 1. .,. RI.. "! .''}' j 11. -
and 'Mrs. Robert t:. weekend guests of Mr. and Florida I !to liJ\: ; rr4 es
Sgt., \ i; r..' 11./ "
such certlrtoate OP c**: !\ / : '
TJnleaa }
Cooper C. ,. J.. CooP 'r; Mrs Mm. Charney Williams .at their tlflcat.s shall be' red..d." ao.i 1.: .. 7' \ r. ;: !! r pit t
tnd Mrs in Scrub., i to law the property desscribed ;,.j { i '
Clealon mode ,, ,camp the cording; ; Ji ", G
Harold Branhant and taml Mr.: and Mrs. Mack ,Williams in will such, ba certificate-. sold to I the ; 1 11f: J'A. '". : lies were fishing' / and pIcnicK J were .vlaVtlng.;Mr. and Mr.*.. certificate court houae.. J ;. j *d \1. "' \ 'I :) .
I' highest d..rfrrh: In h.. IJ ....; .. 4 : ;; :.. ... it:
at Manatee Springs on the Su: Charles McQuaig in ,Waycross, ;, door month on.of June 19ITT;ATnnday WhldB fethe > ,r : 'It. ,.. ....,. ... .'4' ?"" ,.I .. .t" '- _"'

wanee River last Saturday.Mr. :Ga. over the f weekend., of June; JDM., 4 I.J "t., I \ '"'.. ;;:>:' \
Eddie and It'h/ct: 8th day oi April, l" .
and Mrs. :M. A. BaldwinJr. I Green of Stark "this I a .. r
spent Wednesday to Saturday Charles Brush Of Palatka have 1967 +r .
,at the Ocean Reef resortat been admitted; to the Starke Charles A. Darby !
Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- ..' ) ) ,
Nursing Home. .
The Key Little Women's1 Club' en- I t Mr,. and Mra. Bob;' R6ger and ford County:' Florida. 814t\ 11/25 -'s' .. \ \\ ( 'r)1\ jtcr' :. '. .

joyed a slumber party: at! the Mr. and :Mrs. Sam\ Caruso ,at .. : : 11 I I ; '

Freeman Register Jr. cottage Jacksonville visitors Notle."or l "
were Sunday Application Par "

on Hampton Lake last Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry n Tex OttedHee. *. : .. I E- l\\ ," ai'i \\l' .
104.15. a. 'i'
night., The 13 girls were chaperoned Stet'' .nelll. Notice fa. "hereby. given that I' '
by; :Mrs. J. E. Hardy F. Mr Carl Barton the holder of ..
Mrs: F. Stuhip'and Mlsi the following" tlerflneatei --' A-Soft M spring toag. Double tie belt lined :i r '
has ; ,
and Mrs. H.:O. Bolllnger; sponsors \ ,
.. p
LfUeh Stump Were M OchTocAnee filed said certificates for a tax r' .... t"I bodice and It'0.\ ... 4> ..: '
permanently ;;
pleated .
S. Denmark"Mr.
and Mrs.
Easy cue
doe'1 to; bf Issued tb.reOft. Theoortificate .
Ga,, over the weekendv191t1ngMr. < 11
and Mn.' a. LC; spengler and Mrs. John W. Issuance, the numbers. description and years of the of I \ 65% Dacron Polyester, 35% Cotton Voile &18 t:! ;1 : .4 I

and 'Mr. and Mrs:' William Grjffln,, property. and the names I In 1 Beige/CreyWbile. Pml/Ortntge/Wkiu $17.00 '
Spengler of St. Augustin., and I which It was. ..... .d are. aa. fol e., y
Mr. 'and Mrs. >J.> D., Warren J. W Hitch1 was In' TimpaTuesday IowaCertificate'. :. .. T .: ; r 7r $-Bright and gay;* lined shift with optional tie l belt: .* 'e- 'I 1
No If Tear of Iauanoa .
and ,family enJoyed''' a ham- 911 business. D66Dewrrlptlofk / \rh' for the young at heart.' la a soft blend of 63% f

burger fry Saturday eveningat Mr. and Mrs. ,J6aeph' Wood ; of. Property All 1(. Dacron Polyester 35% Cotton Voile 8-ta r l '
.W" B of Rlvep A nil Wtf ot
the home of MaJ. and Mrs. and family of .Hawthorne were 9IWk\ to at Rlvir. ,((100 A.re..J ",,: P"I/Or"If vp/Grrets .ool W. .
J a BlMi/erw./Y.lkifl1 $l .
V. J. Spengler.Mr. visiting her parents\ MJ.d! 8er 19. T-4-8 R-2D-E: .. ::; : -.

; and Mrs. Henry Girton ;Mrs. A. Thomas sr:, oiL Sunday H.hiem.Edwards In 'whIch. aase.eee. W. ," ;, -l C-The feel of lush silk ia a bold Carnation print that .

of St. Petersburg-:are Visiting ; All .of said" property. being' In s .t you will lore to wear.' Jo 63% Dacroa Polyester, .
Mrs. Zoeveta Hicks and sun, Mr: and Mrs. the County. of Bradford. Stale at .
George Florida. .tv' > J I 35% ATOMS Rayon 10-20 \ ::tt"" 11\1,; '.
Cleveland Deal.over the week of Tallahassee were UnJ... pivh certificate I or. ctlflcatea ...... 'I Pird/N..i..J '' "
end.Mr. weekend! guests of Mf. and< t shall. ba redeemed a ,.. a BIM-IN4I1wJ $1.00 ;;;:;:c. t' I

and :Mrs. Nelson Jones Mr*. Serf: Rowland. I OordlnA to Iaw the property drtacilbed 1)i find'in "
In such certificate ocertlfloatea J e panel pleated tlirt and exquisite L' 1 tj' ,
:flew to Los Angeles, Calif Mrs. Nora Thomlaon of will ba sold to thehighest .\ paisley print. la soft: .. cloud 100<% Dacron v m .
AprU 15: to 24 to visit their bidder at the courhouaa 'j J1H : '(l' :
/ Calif.
Beverly Hills Is
spendIng door on the first Monday: Ii. Polyester 10-20 i iPaik \\.h '""R ..
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. "a month wIth| her, son-in-: In the month of June!, Un".hlch Iii I It tfl ;.l it" '. 'f
and Mrs. Gerald E. TaJater; law and la the nth day of June. It.t BIM. a Cold $1&00.1< ; \
daughter Mr. and i
Dat.dthis. ( .18th day of Aprilt jl ::1 I
and son. Mri C. )P. Rhoden. 7SEAL. ; t : -Buttoned front shift Id 100% Dacron t'oflester.* :, '""'i "'" V'

Mrs. W. H. Hart and trs. M r, aW Mrs. T. H. Slade ( ) Charles, A. Darby r.. 1 .\. '" : J' I textured crepe: la an Ink blot print.' Flip tie collar ', lo'Z/{!/ .

!Paul Bridges visited Mrs. Kate' returned 1 today alter threeweeks. Clvrkof Circuit Court. of Bradford : ,j '; t ) and optional wear' self belt 12C-24C ,,: ': )tiffr
Sheppard and Mr. and Mrs. County, Florida.
:M. H. Sheppard and JUmlly' In.\ ..tour of Europe .Upon 5/. 4t III'S 03 : x :. ,!J G ear/W6iii BLr."Wili, 315:00.: ,', /! '
returning they attended,. the f) 1 II' : .
Brunswick, Ga. over' the week.. National L. P. dan Association \ ;i i r 6, P-Cendy touched with embroiaety, daislc shirt. 'f' i=t .. .:. at

end. meethig Jn Chicago.. HL from Adjustable Book -t-: ..istwithlOh '
Vinyl t 1Lt.1. front paneled skirt In, 65% Dacroa r : 'i

SCHEDULE ., Sunday ,to Wednesday of thja, Coven. All uses SO oeiits ea. ) Ii t a r1.. Polyester; 35% Cotton Voile 12C-24C tj t'1 "-': .

OF SERVICES week .. at The Telecraph.' t .' ii t Oxford Gn* BJW tlS.OO ..t: J th.'I' ,

.. Miss Maria Moore_ has re- ... .t < J I. R Rw
Urned to the .summer session), 1 .. 0-A lose!floral Voile Print with perattAenmpleated t A i. ; '
at F3U, SeamanTom Moore fL ) skirt la 65% Dacron '
Polyester "
i Cotton
,,1111.8 been,selected \ b .
IDS ; as sailor of 1 for
: easy wear care 12C-24C '" .
"t .

Thursday Sunday Mass Mass; :9-lS:<::39,a.fJL m'v rn- the mend month at .hi..for Basef trig;!NATO r in.Iceland com.-, I Published every THursday'; ". : j 1'1'''' i ', f :i L-It, Greg/Blw/PSk: //yJJ,. '15:00 :tti1J';; 1 At p, I't .> .

Miraculous :Medal CTovrna' : lord Local admittances to Brad-. at ,133 W. Call St., ., J a t It-c icadingembroiJeredpaaellIdjasuble'lmen.; ',. ; 'J
County Hospital{ this marks Fl*. S2O91 bands and a "A- ,
Saturday. 7 p. ni.Confesaiona .- week, include: Mint Mary GrU- / 1 gentle line skirt. la 65% Dacron 'i3'' ; ; 7.

:' ff i. m': and1 1P IlK; Mrs'.'Lois t;-ltfii. Mrs. : 6ecorid.clus. postage paid'atSt.rke Polyester, 35% Coaoa Voile 12C-24C tr.h:: ti1J. )

inST. ma Harris, :Mrs, ''Hester 1Im-1, >, Fla. f 'Rl"' P ;OaP 4 )4)1lIGIi. SISOOt .1 wf "

'WILUABl'S CinJKCfl .eow.skl.. Mrs. Margaret Thomas, I flubacriptlon Rates: ,

Rlchird K ''Lee and, I
Keystone Heights, JC'I ZA trade'etre. \
Crews;;:, all of;: Starke; < .: |4.00.3 pet
Mass 7:30 r
Sunday : : a> m. yea93.43> sri rrionffis.Oytalde '
Wednesday: MAM 'and ,N- Voncllla Griff U.lot_. Melroa: l ; \
i M
vena '7 ., ? end Mrs.'Oussle Crewa- of Lake- trade arear: 14.90 J l I
Qi.< Blither. .
ST, $ CHtTRCBMaeolenngi per year;.Um.mr month: .6.-
I Mr::and Mrs,. Steve kelieyof I
Leila's Dress
1.UitieWli,4fiof and Gift
11 L.
Sunday. MAN! li. :I0 a. ,MU. ,fkspnvllle were visiting Shop
her publisher
parents. Mrv and lira. ,R.
R. Andrews on.. Sunday.
132-34 East Call Street


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Junior Club nr- -V- V Foreign Student i lr---------- 1 Mrs. }Harold Godwin --

Ties For First Heard By BPW New PTA Head

Place In StateThe 1 The Starke BPW Club met Mrs Harold Qodwln was In-

Thursday Apr. 26. In the First _tailed as president of the "
Junior Woman Cluu. Methodist Church fellowship I Starkt- Elementary PTA Tues

I' of Starke was presented with hall with Miss Della Rosen' dm !tIght at a meeting In

GLADYS MOOTY the organization's most coveted berg piestding I I rhe life tori um

Phone 964.7608 trophy. the Mary Clark Award Aldo Zelava, an exchange) Serving with Mrs Godwin
at the Florida Federation of student from Paraguay. South I CpI, he Mrs. Joseph (Jinny rJrstIce.preslder..t

Woman's Clubs Convention, in ; II A. McLeod.
$ America was guest speaker I! -
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r-------- Daytona Beach. April 17-21 and gave an Interesting discussion second vice-president; Mrs

The Starke Club tied with of the activities of' Oavid Coats, third vlce-presl- ....

the Sorlsis of Orlando Club women in his country. I den V Mrs. O W. White Jr., ,..
for the. ,distinction: of being I I 7II Mrs. Evelyn Haney reported i secretary; and Mrs. John To- .....u

V chosen as the outstanding on personal development at rode treasurer. Charles Fran- -...

Junior Club in Florida. The I V the club level and Miss Ros- ': eta installed the officers. ...,

i trophy Is a silver service with enberg lej: a discussion of the Mrs W. T. Jackson president ..

._ I ,VV the club's name engraved on Florida School for Girls in presided over the meet. I Bateman-Hopkins

the tray, which Is passed to ; Ocala. : ing md was presented with a j
V the winning club each year The following slate of officers i- past president's pIn. Rev. V. J. Mrs. Bernice D. Hopkins of .<..

The Starke Juniors will keepit was elected for the 1067- 'Ragsdiile gave the devotional.The Starke was recently married "

for six months and the Orlando : I 68 year: President Mildred PTA recognized Mr. to C. F. Bntcman of Bristol .'

club will have it for the I Doyle; 1st Vice President. Evelyn Francis for his surveillance In and Starke. The ceremony took ..
remainder of the a'ear. 9. Haney; 2nd Vice President the Improvement of the school place at -thehome of the

Highlights of the conventionwere Della Rosenberg: Recording grounds, and Mrs. Torode for bride's parents In Georgia ._

_...__ ___ her ..
given at the club meeting Secretary Dorothy:: ; Mll- .n' ..1 falthfulneHR and services Mrs Batrman was receiitly, ""."
night. It was reported during the past
Mond'ay year.
berger; Corresponding Secretary approved as evening principalof
that the Starke Juniors Ruth Haddock; Treasurer Packham-Phillips I The three sixth graders pre- Bradford ..rea Vocational- ,.
with honors fordepartment Hcntecl. a entitled
"walked away" program Technical J
Rhoden. Training Center
Dean She
Rev and Mrs. Merle Pnr-k- I "
awards in their I "Western Fantasy.
VV.i; The Installation. dinner will l, nw\ employed as program- '."<.
; 1 ham of Silver Lake announce Mrs Charles Johns and
(membership the
club category with coordinator of the Adult ""
be held Friday May 21. Basic
L under 29 I. This year only two % I I Mrs. Haddock In charge of resei the engagement and approachIng first grade mothers served refreshments Education program.
V Vt awards were given in the six ; marriage of their daughter at the close of the
state departments-first place I vat Ions Anne, to William (BI1C.\) meeting. Mr. Batemun Is employed as "
: I son of Mr. and Mrs. a forestry technician at Cecil
sr runnerl-up. The Starke .
and ...
: V
.i Field. V
Terry McCarthy James Phillips of Crystal
V Juniors took. first place In the I Recent Births "
Lake. They ,Mil! reside at their new" :
Junior Project. which Is Sun- Has Birthday Party

land Training Center; first Miss; Linda Crews Weds James K. Smith The' wedding will take placeon Rev. and Mrs. Robert D. home on Hampton Lake ......

'place In Education:! ; first placeIn I Terry McCarthy, son of Mr Saturday, June 24, at 8 Burch announce the adoptionof _ _ 'V-...
In First Methodist Church Ceremony In Hope Baptist Church,
International Affairs: and Mrs. Harvey McCarthy Theressa. a son John Robert born sorCF"ol': : SALE'
ner-up In American, Home celebrated his sixth birthday March 25.: April an 1 i' 'U7; si. *.
Linda Mayellen Crews, and centered with crystal Miss Pnckham is a graduate .
Life. and runner-up In Conservation Miss anniversary last Saturday .' To whom It tauft4enuniu/ V
daugher of Mr. and Mra. Charles punch bowls. Around the bowls of Bradford High School and TOII, I 11111, I l'jrliy. notiriuil. thai the.
Natural Resources.Mrs. afternoon at his home In. Hell-
'" of : follow ln motor .. ,
( v hl'-lodi( .oj
Elate sanders. club W. Crews of Kingsloy Lake were garlands of smilax Interspersed bronn Springs.The i Is employed at the Florida Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy \Vnlte:' C'hc-\roM >1f''C.'I.< L'1I'J4..) Serial 196H,' _,

president. said "It is Impossible and James KirbY Smith. son with, pink and white children were entertained I Bank at Starke. V Evans of Starke. announce the C'ir,4llAI.U05ll( ...IIII.\., '",>1d at ..
ptilillu Mia ut II."to .
to list all the activities of of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi daisies. Miniature nosegays of during the party hours 'toy rid- Mr. Phillips Is also a 1964! birth of a son, Jimmy Lawreme on )Ih.) .. licit clay vf a \I mVlock I'JOT' .>

the club that made these Smith of Starke, were unitedIn the same flowers' were pinnedon ing Terry's pony, led by Terry's graduate of Bradford High on. April 28 In the Brad at Baldwin! Chevrolet Hlichway

awards possible But it Is marriage. on Saturday April the front of both tables father and his brother School and Is employed In the ford County Hospital. :iiiI. North.|.. of Mtnrkv.th<* .........l lorlilu win! 'be. Th.l.rOl.'I. ap. i..i

through the help of the fine 22. at 4 p. m. In the First Presiding! at the punch bowls Wayne. The traditional birth- engineer department of Clay |1II..d,. Tint ti> the puym,ml of the ,?
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Miss Bernade'tte Soto Becomes Bride people of Bradford County Methodist Church. Rev. JamesT. were Mrs. Lewis Chaff. 'Miss day cake, Ice cream and Electric In Orange Pink./ c.vim or TIIVNKS ate i. ntH. of of until.rrtaklntc., 'hiotor' atorlnw'v")hifiv anIt and, ? '

I and for the Junior' members Rigdon, pastor of the Marian Oieen. Mrs. Harley drinks were served to the All friends and relatives of he. rant if iiI L.i ,..lltl'Ml' ..if ...>lle.,|ITVUof
Of James M.. Brummett April 1 15 Our heartfelt thanks to all ale. and then to thf. *utlHfac' .
that went to help and give of Kingsley Lake Baptist Church. Hartley. and. Miss Harriett young guests, after which Ter- the couple uie Invited to at- who extended comforting lion of! tin" .hulnnia. dim. Imilnf, ,,

their time to make the community performed the nuptials. Harper. ry opened his gifts. tend. sympathy the I'eintrm-t. wjih Paul L. Crawford ,
The First Presbyterian gown ,featuring baby doll In whichto Twin arrangements of white Miss Melanie Bradley! kept Assisting Mrs. McCarthy In and help In our recent luvvrlnw thu lliinnrlnir of ..?..
Church was the getting- for the sleeves made' of lovelace complemented a better.; place baby'sbreath the bride's book. Hall-Young sorrow. For the beautiful ser mild l motor, : vehicle' Any ,vurplu ff
gladioli and
live. mums serving refreshments were : nil) bu ,piild to- yon ana you will
wedding Bernadette M. So with a yellow satin social centered the altar Assisting In serving were Terry's grandmother Mrs. vice floral offerings and I "I'vmnln", 'liable for any balance re- .
Mrs. Charles Sawyer
to daughter of W L. Soto and ribbon bow and empire waist chairman. announced May 13 against a background of green- Mrs. Titus Olson Mrs Ernest Maude Mott, Mrs. Clyde Brad- Mrs. hazel Hull ana Russell other kindnesses we are deeply tract mainlntf, .unpaid V under. sale. con4* .n"

Mrs. Ellen' M. Burrows of line. A yellow satin bow in her as the date! of the annual ban- eiy and altar candles. Is the Harris and Mrs. Grady Bishop. ley, Mrs. Olen Moore, and Miss Young of Floruhojne, were grateful.. -Leonard Gilffla Oenerilt! :Motors Acceptance <* .*

Starke to 'Jamas Russell; hair held In place a shoulder quet and Installation of officers 1- vestibule was a large arrangement The couple left for a wed- Darlene Luke. united, in marriage on April 1 and familyA Corporation ??_

Brummett son of Mr. and length veil of illusion. She for the Junior Woman's of baby's breath mums, ding trip to North Carolinaand In Jacksonville. Truck. and tciulpmentFlnenelng'Branch*

Mrs. James H. Brummett of carried. two long stemmed yellow : Club. daisies and gladioli. Tennessee mountains Open House Set Adjustable. VlHyl IOOkI: ClassIfied. Ad In the TELK-: 'I 2194 N, oraniteBluaHom. '*

Panama City, on Saturday roses tied wtth' yellow bow Harold Godwin parlta- Mrs. Lloyd Green organist, after whlch..they are residingat I I Trail) fIt ,
Mrs. Florida
Covers. All sl/ea: 30 cents ea.1lOt I Orlando
evening April 15. at 7:30: o-' and fern. I menarlan. read by-law changes played nuptial music as the the Smith cottage on At B.C. Hospital Tbi. Tpl..r-nh. (lit.It'll brings remit*. V.

clock with Rev. Robert D. V The attendants Miss Joyce and the club voted!; on them. guests gathered and accompanied Hampton Lake I "a-s

Burch performing cere- Jeffords of Jacksonville and Annual reports were given by Mrs. Jerome GriZZle of The bride is a. graduate of Open House will be held at STAUKE PLAZA

mony.Centering. 1 Mrs. Barbara Brown of Oaln the committee chairmen. Keystone Heights who sang Bradford High School, attended the Bradford County Hospital ))1.

the altarV&.8 en esville cousin of th, bride All members were urged to I "Because." "0 Promise Me." St. Johns River Junior College on Sunday May 7, from 2.30;

arrangement of'whlte gladioli were attired- identically to the V attend the May Breakfast on and the "Wedding Benedic- and Is employed: at the to 4 p. m. in observance of ....
tion." College of Engineering, University 'National Hospital Week. The ,
pompoms and FUJI mums balanced honor attendant except In May 10.Hostesses.
by scheffleras and lime green. They,carried one for the meeting Freeman Register III servedas of Florida.. I Hospital Auxiliary will servelas '"

branched candelabra with 'long stemrrfed yellow lose tied were Mrs. Charles Hutcheson best man and the ushers The groom Is also a graduate hostesses. ......
brotherof of Bradford High School In a brief immedIately -
Burning tapers. with lime green bow and fern. and Mrs. Harold Godwin. were Stephen Smith ceremony '"
Shimer of and Is attending the Vnlver- prior to the .
MIN Dee Walters organist. Miss Cindy Lou Canova served the groom Leon Open
accompanied Mrs. Patti K. as flower-girl.and George Little Women St. Augustine brotherinlawof slty of Florida college of House six hospital employees]I I-L
the groom and Patrick pharmacy, where he I a senIor and one member of the med ) ..
Terrell. soloist who'sang If
Canova Jr was ring bearer.
'More," "One Hand One, They are children of Mr. and Set InstallationThe Henry. and Is a member of Tau ical staff will be presentedwith I .....

Heart" and "The LortTs".Pray "Mrs.: O. 'A. Cahova.V ." Miss Carol Searing attendedas Kappa Epsllon fraternitySouthside pins denotinrr! ten years of DRESSES ....
er." V Little Women's Club maid of honor. and other service to the hospital.The .

if The bride. given in marriage will have installation officers attendants were Mrs. Leon PTA public Is cordially' Invited STYLED R ".,

Johnny P. Johnson served as by %her stepfather. Robert Monday night at 7:30: p. ShImer, sister of the groom to attend.

best man andJ&$ ushers'were Burrows was lovely 'in'it peau m. in the club house, ..M r. H. ,an4 Miss Upda Bishops They 1 J1ecs,1QUice. *.j 1 v SUMMER t ..-.)IA'

Donnie Bagwell Deiuils Rich do .bIe. floor length gown O. Bellinger, second 'vice were attired alike in pink linen ishower Given* '1o', I' ,
of Panama. City Ronald Soto featuring 'longsleeves club Ralph Bryan was nominated .
that president of the senior A-line dresses with daisies ...,
brother of the bride, and Der- tapered to the wrists scallop. will be Insta1l1naofficer.. appliqued on the puff sleeves. president of ,the South lde For Kathy Jones t New StravHANDBAGS/ ) : ""M_

rel Day of Panama City. cousinof ed neck line. big bow at back Hostesses for the meeting Their headpieces were clustersof Elementary School PTA at a ...,..

the groom. waistline and chapel train. Her will be Melody Cuttlno. Sheryl pale pink rosebuds: and meeting; Tuesday night In the Miss Kathy Jones, bride- 77 / ;,. '

Mrs. Faye Johnson attended only ornament: was a diamond Ward and Ginger Baldwin.and leaves. with pink veils worn cafetorium. elect, was honored with a miscellaneous I

''as matron of honor In a pendent 'a gift of tha groom. over the face. They carried Serving with Mr. Bryan will shower at the home I .::

yellow floor length empire Her double crown of sequins Colonial nosegays of rink daisies be Don Neel, vice-president; of Mra. George Roberts in .299 :

pearls held In place, _he, 1 and baby's breath with, Mrs. Delano Thomas secre- Lawtey last Saturday night.I ......
.n' tary; and David Montgomery. -
fingertip veil of illusion sne of satin bows Hostesses In addition to Mrs.
garlands ivy pink *
: carried white roses and steph- and puffs of pink illusion with treasurer. I Roberts were Mrs. H. II. Hamilton : A collection of Pretty, ; ( V ....

I anotis tied with a white bow long satin streamers. The executive' board' recom- Mrs. Mae Wells. Mrs. H. i i "Newest' SYISS to fTillir eviryFashion New Frocks that sail thru *. '- .u'
VS mended that the from
1. and white satin streamers.. Given in marriage by her the Halloween proceeds Carnival be E.: Pi lest. and Mrs. George ,I'' Tail'*. Quality Cr.ft.m n.hip. Mother's Day and right into 4Iris' ...""
Est.es.SprlllIr. | .
Brn ..
for he white Nnralty H.ndl.i. .n
chose faher. the bri'de
Mrs. Burr 'ws > used to purchase playground) lowers were used in .. Wh". and Col.... Summer. .
f daughter's wedding n three- silk organza cage over:, crepe ::
blue silk shan- embroidered with seed pearls equipment. The president appointed decorating, and the gift table I ...n
4 piece turquoise Jim Hobbs, Don Neel, Wonderfully easy-care Fab- -' tf
dress with pearls and and clusters of daisies. V with was covered wlh a lace cloth, i "
tung Mrs. Dolph Reddish, and Mrs. and centered by a. white wed- ; ries in Misses. Womens and
y ; ..
seed pearls accenting the; collar rows of daisies at the hem- S. to' V ,
Ft. Mullins the
,: I and cuffs. With this she line. The hhrh neckline was purchase ding bell. I 7' Half sizes. V.' .....""
new equipment. Following a number of I I .r
: wore a blue carnation corsage. edgetf: with daisies and pearls Mr Bryan reported on the : a .
; and the sleeves edged games and contests refresh- ...
Mrs. Brummett. mother of long were '
i County Survey meeting heldIn ments of Ice cream and cake ; .....
the was attired In a at the wrists with daisies! il
groom. April. Each school decidedto LADIES' BRIEFS '

two piece bone silk snantungsuit and tiny buttons. The self pursue this survey next 35 were guests served Invited to approximately to DP with 4t'F tdI' Hull., a... 32 0>... ActUI.Jilm. and V 4 .
train edge: 'd'' N.'.. '' MKM,.. ,. .
with orchid accessories' full-length was the of | MIMU MM an ,
: year after completion the honoree on this cccasion. ,7 cii,.... SUM I .to 1Q.59c :A:
and a lavender carnation cor with daisies and embroidered buildings.
new\. -
with seed pearls and daisies. Jim Hobbs principal reported 44 and 69c .'H-a......
f I I sage.A reception was held in the Her only ornament was a choker plans for three sections of Phyllis Haddock I .

Presbyterian manse on Cherry "of cultured pearls. a gift each 'grade and two kindergartens Honor Graduate o'url...

street where Mrs. Celeste Rowe of; the groom. Her fingertip to be held at South- FAMOUS "MOVIE STAR" 'P ......
and Miss Alice Knight erected veil of illusion was held:! In side next year. Changes In future Miss Phyllis Haddock graduated 4J
I sheets at the door. Standing place by a starched lace two- plans may be made sub magna cum laude from FULL SLIPS ; N! -

in the receiving line were the tier crown decorated with ject to the freedom of choice St. Johns River Junior College aI

bride and groom, their par- seed pearls and iridescent regulations. Mrs R B, Mull: Ins last Friday night ranking i v

ents and attendants. beads. She carried a cascade" gave a report on the kinder fourth highest
V arrangement of calla. llllei, garten 140 graduates.
$ Schefflera was placed program.Mr.
& around the fire 'place and on baby's breath daisies and ivy. Bryan expressed) thanksto While a student there she ..1,010-
'.. Mrs. Crews chose for her the outgoing officers and was a charter member and
mantle two candle-
I were V : ;;
); daughter's wedding blue. all committee chairmen' fort I secretary of the Comtxinu ,
boards with three green candies ..
, Smilax was drapped silk shantunasheath with cncir work uuring tne past Club; president of the Methodist -! .,.
matching Jacket and small Student Movement Nylon Trlcolt Nylon I
; par ;
around the top of the mantle year.Mrs. ,
blue hat to match complemented Cobb's fourth and'fifth ticipated In the Miss Ormen ITif Sums Duron tnt ...v...
and down the center with
with a corsage of pink grade won the room count. Lange Contest; and was a .f. \, .,: / Cotton lIe Fins Fib- '. ( -,

weddlnabells and green puffs. L rosebu:!.. Refreshments were ;,.nerved; by charter member of Mu Alpha .
ilu.X .
The bride's table was covered Smith. mother of the I V "
Mrs. the first grade parents.! Theta. .r
V witha V white tutwork
groom, wore a beige silk semi-
She Is now employed at the ....
cloth centered with! ,
and a with matchIng .a
fitted A-llne dress
three-tiered bride's cake balanced ribbon straw hat. With State President, campus bookstore at the University j .

with silver candelabra this she wore a corsage of tal-1 Will Attend of Florida and will !: ..
attend High Point I
College In % .
decorated with white bows: and /i pf4
sman .
roses.A May Breakfast"Parade High Point, N. C. In the fall. I oInf9p .i.
i smilax. The two punch!) tables reception was held in the

were covered with while linen ..
church hall. Mrs.
of ..
t. cloths and centered with the Bernard Jacobsen. and Mrs. J.L. Past Presidents'will Beta Sigma Phi I ra
be the theme of the May
ounch bowls around which Bradley greeted at .".....
6.00 were garlands of sm'.lax and the door and presented guests themto Breakfast to be held at the Beta Sigma Phi sorority will Lh1: ;. 11 \ First Qualify "" ,
I white bells. Starke Woman's Club next meet at 8 p. m. Monday at the ,, -
the receiving line composed Wednesday at 12 home of Mrs. ; ;;;
noon. James Blood- ; SEAMLESS.NYLONS 1
Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. cut of the bride and groom theirperehtand I 1I
I Mrs. Albert ,Muth of St. worth. 334 N. St. Clair St. with -I
the bride's cake and Miss Donna -
the bridal
-i Petersburg, FFWC state Mrs. Paul Canova
president as co-hos
Day cousin of the groom. The bride's table
was cover-
\ will be honor guest and tess. Officers will be installed vLJ ,
kept the bride's book. Assist ed with an Imported white I ]
I will install the new officers. A at this time.SandersInman. I
ing at the bride's: table were cutwork cloth and centered
: Miss Sally Ann Moore and with a four-tiered wedding musical program has been tJ Plain Knit Micro !flesh orjCantrece

Miss Peggy Shanbarger Presiding cake. On either side were arrangements planned.The breakfast will be I N.A: : VJ,, Sheer, Seamless Nylons. -Sofi and =-
J at the punch bowls were of pink snapdragons pre TaPered and Lsc Trim Vd, '
pared by the finance committee Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Sanders Jf4 Sheer with a Marvelous.tin sn. they...
Mrs. H. C. Glasgow and Mrs. breath and
V baby's pink Stylti. All with Shadow MV j
to raise for future
/ H. P. Sllcox. daisies meeting in the center.A .I money announce the approaching fit like Stretch. Flatter like Mad. ..
crojects Mrs. Maurice Win- P.nel'. Sizes 32 52MATCHING '
: marriage of ..
V their daughter 7 pic .
For their weddlnqt trip to garland of smilax streamed Extra Wear in every Pair. Newest
gate chairman; Mrs. F. W. Martha (.
Peirce. to Charles
West Florida. the bride traveled from the arrangemtns. along I
,,; Sh "
dtrlckland and Mrs. T. F.
Inman Jr., son of r ,
Short Gown of Blendalre! In a green and white two the table. and was Interspersedwith I Howell. The senior ::
Batiste, Dacron, Nylon, piece dress'and' jacket with pink and white daisies. meiubers of Charles D. Inman Sr. and the HALF -
Polyester and Cotton Blend Colors I the Little Women's Club will late .
: Aqua, Blue black patent accessories. She Smilax was also draped along! Mrs. Inman of Clearwater.The -

acd Petal in Small, Medium and Large.Leila's wore the corsage from her the edge of the table end was serve. Decorations will be In wedding will be an SLIPS
charge of Mrs. Paul McLendon. event of Saturday, May 20 at
bridal bouquet. held In place with mfiilature i
Mrs. Charles Schmltt. Mrs. J. 7:30: In 6des.BC'
p. m. the First Presbyterian
The ,couple is residing at nosegays of pink daisies and W. KlncaW. and Mrs. Paul Sixes ..
:: Dress and Gift 103 Post Street Jacksonville. baby's breath. Mrs. Walton!' : Church with a recep- 99
Shop where the bride Is employed at demons and Mrs. GeorgeHugglns Bridges and their committees. tion following In the old manse Small, Med 1 ;
Members!!' are asked to call on
Cherry street. '
', 'cut the bride's caks.. and Lars '
Blue Cross-Blue Shield and the -
132-1 East Call Street Mrs. J. H. DuPre or Mr3. O. S. All friends and relatives. are Every Pair
,I groom Is employed with' State The two punch tables!!' were I Newcomb by Monday for reservations Invited to attend. ) *. Guar nl..d ferrecff Sizes! IH to*U ri
i ; Farm Insurance. covered with cutwork cloth II
I and tickets. !i a Open All Day Every Day Friday and Saturday Until 7:00'P.M.

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Trackmen Report For Grid Drills; By Orange Park's RelaysTornadoes '

Coaches Stress Timing, Blocking ,;\ Edged 55511For Florida Star Track Title .J:,!

Spring foott !II'! tier I\t team Is still concentrating! ; on I IOn ,
Bradford High!/; Sch >va ; basic offensive pliiyH aimed atl| the strength of fine vela> gins was second in the 880- I I I

en a boost t ii'> week 11 w r t..v-\; \ Improving timing and blockingThe performances, Orange Park yard run at 2:02.4: ; Andy May- I lawtey BuysRecreation ask Janjies, Waters to have a j I; THE RIGHT POINT for the
I edged the BUS thinclndt 05SI'4 ton was second in the discus semi owned, him in.
members of fie, Tornado track, team was advised by trailer by removed -, Way you write. Come
team reported tor drills for Coach David Hume at the Friday to capture the throw with a toss of 132' h/rpm in / front\ of the'' and select your favorite ESfTES
I Florida Star Conference Track !i Plenn Onann posted a third
close of Tuesday's practicethat '
the first time. halt I
win, in the high hurdlesat Site city BROOK fountain pen.
The boys, all considered by the chances for another meet. place \
The loss marked, only the 13.8, a fourth In thu pole j
be good team next year depends ==" \
coaches to top prospects
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vault at 11', and fifth In the
second time in ten that -
Individual years -
for, the 1967 squad, were Bill heavily upon the I -
low hurdles at 21.5 l Continued From Page One!)
the Tornadoes have surrendered -
Belote J. Roy Chasteen Plenn player's efforts to stay in con-
Gnann. Dennis, Hall, Hugh dition during the summer. Ho the conference crown Marshall Beam was third In same task was assigned { oCouncilman C. NASWORTHY\
follow Closely trailing Orange I'nrk the 440-yard run with a time I
Stevens Buddy Trawlck and suggested that the boys Starling who w I is-
and Bradford were Jackson- I of 01.9; Larry Brown placed ,
John Warren. closely the rigorous summer not present Monday night.I
Line Coach Tony Griffith training and conditioning program ville Bolles and Lake City who fourth In the high hurdles at I Mayor Shuford cautioned )(the i

Bald that drillswere progressing established for tltem.I tied for third with 45\\Va points 16.05: Gary McRae was thirdIn council against purchasing too I; i
I the mile run, by a mete I
apiece Palatka was next with
smoothly and that the many signs saying the city
31. St. Augustine had 2,1. and 1/10th of a second as he
should get by on as few as
i Live Oak 10. turned in his best time of the sA possible \

I Orange Park posted an Important year at 4:42.5: ; Bill Belote ;\ t Accepted Mayor $:;;hll ol'd's

RECREATION NEWS win in the mile relay notched a third place" in the offer to store the city tractor I
vault at 11'6" and Roger '
and was second In the 880- pole in a shed on :
the mayor's
Chilson was fourth In the shot
yard relay. Speedy Bert I I
put with a heave of 44'9", and w erty.Reiterated
Thomas was a double winner I sl I Its stand that the
BANTAM BOYS BASEUAIJL and possibly three. for the Raiders with a 15.3 fourth In the discus with a I Recreation
City Board meet
OPENS ,SATURDAY Practice seHSlon wit be held clocking in the high hurdles, throw of 130'ft". I regularly and report, to the I

The 1867 Bantam Boys Baseball -; Thursday and Friday this and a 20.9 in the low hurdles. Saturday, May 6, the Tornadoes I council the use of the funds

season will get under way ;I week at 9 p.m. at the BHS Coach David Hurse had pinned r travel to the group 5 contributed by the eity.! H
Saturday. May 8, at Pratt, field. Starting Monday sessions BUS hopes for the champIonship : meet to ,be held at the University V Instructed Marshall' Jordanto
Street ball park with the opening -' will be held on Mondays on good relay performance of Florida oval in inform all service stations
game matching the defending Wednesdays, and Fridays at and things were looking Gainesville. All team members of the city's pew policy of

champion Lawtey recreation -, 5 p.m. at the BHS field good as the Tornadoes gaineda who qualify In the group meet I charging gasoline and) oil. The,
team with newcomer will bo eligible for the Statu .. .: ,d dr dw
surprising second place behind k JJ;t 1" I, .r city no longer uses credit
BPOE at 9, p.m.; TEENAGE GIRLS Lake City In the sprint Championship meet May IS: '" "" .w"1" cards, but charges its'' 'business
The second Is scheduled SOFTBALL LKAGl'KA ; also In Gainesville. : 1.T1i":
game medley relay. Bill Belote HugnWomen's !
station each month. The
at one I
I !
for 6:30 and pits Starke Softball league for girls : .
13 through 17. is being ...' ,\ 1, < council said the city will trade I II .
Police Department against ."__' "" 1,,skAndy .
Southern Discount.A offered by the Recreation De- League Gary Mellon cl the' &al.1| I Men's Softball -- only with stations veiling to '!
with to be I the lust. lap of lib : : Muytim louses thediscus I j'
parade starting at 3:30: partment, games With 8-7 on carry the city a month. |
p.m. will precede the games played each Tuesday and Opens mile In an effort to gain seer League Leaders 132 ft for second, Asked Chairman Bonier to I FURNITURE SALEIt

and It arrangements cant be Thursday afternoon. Two Win By KFCIn ond place. lie finished. third, Meet ThursdayThe plate In the Florida Star meet.. .
completed an exhibition softball teams have already been formed 1/10 wroml. behind thin st.

game between a local and played a practice game the opening; game of the Augustine miler. Men's Softball League

team, and an out of.town. nine Monday. 1967 Women's Softball League. leaders"will battle It out to- '\'S\,'I /," 0L / REMODELING ,BLDG.ALL
wilt cap the evening's activi- All girls of this age who are Kentucky Fried Chicken start- Stephens, Marshall Beam andJ. night (Thursday) as undefeated ''-1; "I .

Interested In participating ed the season off on. the right Roy Chasteen recorded a Noegel's Auto Sales meets '>: r' :,,, '; I
ties.The Bantam League will should sign up at the Recrea- foot edging Crews Sunoco 87. 205.8: time in the event second place Garden Restau-
tion Center to Pratt their best of the season. The FURNITURE MUST GO
play its schedule of games on. or report Crews scored the first rur rant, while the two teams
Mondays and Thursdays with Street ball park at 4 p.m. of the season In the second\ Tornadoes turned In a good
trying to keep out of the
the.schedule for Monday. May Thursday. Inning, adding three In the time of 1:34.8: in the 880-yard cellar will lock horns In the AT HALF PRICE

8, as follows: LITTLE LKAGI'EPARADK third, and led 40. In tho top relay but could collect only a second
of the fourth, Kentucky ex fourth place ribbon for their game.
Southern Discount vs Law- SATURDAY: Garden has been defeated TERRIFIC BUYS IT'S Amazing
tey 5\ p.m. BPOE vs Police; ploded for five runs to g< effort. In the mile relay BHS twice this season ,both timesat

Department 6:30.: '.l., ]. A parade through the down- ahead 0 to' 4. was running second when a the hands of Wocgel's and You Have to See It to Believe it
town district will mark the The Sunoco team tied It UI) bad baton exchange dropped I 1

PONY LEAGUE BASKBAIX: opening of the Little League In their half of the fifth anc1 them back to fourth. I both Tonight's by a game margin Is of a must one run.for -Pick Up Your Check Book and

FORMING' NOWFormation Baseball season this Saturday.The going into the last inning the Bradford failed to capture
the restaurant if
boys they al'eto Come On
Down Talks!
r of a baseball pro- parade will start from score was knotted at 7 each i first place In the meet but remain in contention for -

gram for boys, age 13, 14.and Dr. Barry's office on E. Call Kentucky scored a run In thi, Treat team depth accounted first half honors. All Sales Cash .*-' Terms Can Be

15, is reaching',the final tage. St. at 4 p.m., proceeding west top' of the seventh and man for many second, third and In the seven games played

This) year's ,league will be on. Call to Broadway, then aged to hold Crews for the fourth place finishes. to date, Garden has scored 103 I Arranged

more Interesting to the participants 'north to ,the pratt Street ball win.. Leading the Tornadoes to runs and rapped out 91 basal I
as the. league will include field. The first game will nicandio Broughton, am the runner-up trophy were:
As A
hits allowing opponents 401 Wild Jack Rabbit;
teams from other cities. start at &\ p.m. with Mrs. Ruby Kouba each had two hits to Richard Klrchaine with second runs. Noegel's has scored I
of the the winners while Davis am lace In the broad jump at 991
To date Lake Butler and Keystone Johns chairman City rune 89 "''base hits and
Heights are represented. Council, tossing out the first Scott had three safeties to 19'9" and a second in the pole HURRY!
ed only 29 opposition I
Starke will have two balf. Craws. vault at 12'6". William Bcog-'
... I Tonight's action. at allOW-I Students Board 'Train
field should provide
thrills for Softball enthusiasts NASWORTHY I 1
Ij In games played Thursday, Sl\ty-tw students from Anderson Junior High' In Luutry1' jIwnnled

Apr 27 and Tuesday, May 2, the train, many of them for the first time for n.

j Noegel's downed Register Oil trip to Orulu la t Friday morning. I Furniture and Appliances

19.4., and Florida" Pest Control The group Included student from Anderson.. kinilergarlen. 310 E. Call St. Phone 961.5011 if
19-3. Garden] defeated :
that/' tame two: !teams bySCW ,..Ighr.. and ninth grade classes.afw I I 0 r
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>,-1ttm'f; MM! '

1! fR. Hope Sunday Methodist Revival RKV1VAL:,PLEASANT.New May'Church services' 7 SERVICESAT Congregational, at three will IIQI'E pleasant miles start,I 'q It: 1 STARKE'S FASHION LEADER :i

north of Starke on .U.S. 301.

I The services will continue :.it'

through May ,d4 with basket
,- .,.-' lunch on Saturday and Sun- Especially for Mother's Day !

I "r_. ': _... New ""Ao-1'roMt! 17" refrigerator rills day. Services each night at
.r '
I ,'. ) out on wU'eln for easy'' ,cleaning. 16.7 i 7:30 J
7 : with Rev. S. Z. fi'tlXUI''U
I 1 .. Brantley Sfc '
,It, e . fle"e/v .
,, "" ,
'I' '".. ;., } : l- ran ft. big\ yet only 32" widel'ltt" any of Sanderson as the ,
evange- ?
f -> .. t' liHclituu: (tilve. 12.7 'U. I't, NnFroHtrefrigerator af .: list. *

I ", ...-c"dOll11'o1, >! pln 19flb.. Nu-Frust ;'".. .,''' a tit\ Everyone welcome.aotIeeOf SWEET SHIRT SIIIFTS : : ,. "--;" ; .:.r )

freezer, iwctloii. Model C'Tf217ll.: Jt't' \Pt.II."uo. fr'or ., diet +,fset, ..... :;:r", ,, $. r,!,. "!:.

I i. ;:-i'" $298 "' .. 10.Tax....,llfrde. K. N. KODEL COAT by ms jJ -ir' ;: : f4.r; ; ':r- ::<;: '.

Jr Notice. IH hereby given thatMr. '( ./ /7'.f I' \ ", ,11 \. '
Carl )Hnrton. the holder of x .
: the I following; cortiricate has po- IlllIlllfi; \<, 'I .. yt: ,'*
f rili'rt \
1"I. said certlfleates tar ; "'
a'"'' -"
I New 16 ll>. washer with! n fabric ftettingw :t. l
1 I ;. ', t f 8 Kperlully for permanent |>reHS. r de..d to be numbers Issued, tlieroon.and year ThoI'ortlfli'uU of <.: : ,: .fl'}:: ., "i :..'' t" '('t .'\
One dial dflt'.. Itt! You get I..rf't'ro-' : luuuance'the description of "
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.T a 1 '-:". ".-.. I silts uutonuilloftily. 4-.el'd. | l flexibility, r' property and the names lit ;! ;"_I'I'"J; t. ":"' 1t 1-:;

#, "?""':'",j I I. \ z 3 ryrlon. All porcelain finish Instils| | irncl c" N <}fY'x' ill followa which it: was aasunni'd are UH t ,t : '"': >/' ',' ;,,,r.;':' t''<' \'; .. 4\41
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+' pt' As Little $10 1 per PfUr R: of:. iiiver 6061'11 8KO"30: TS. H22F ,- r,#'',' .' '," "t 1, '):fIi'" -,J ,.", ; ,t.,'--... ,.,.... ..," 1

As Month *. -r Name in which aHtM>tH4> : !!' WiI : ,', ? Edwards: Jr. .rli ; : ri?; :

u:=, MlUL3 011 -.' 1;; >> .: .. ;1 1 1'U" ir the All County uf said of property Urudford being State In :'j'.,''h'. : ';f9I! II.) .,t.\" } '1', .I/} -i""L r

., L '' .t..1..i JF ,, of Florida.ITnlDBH Hitch. certificate. or oortlflratPH !"; ,: ,' Xi' : .F..t 1 '!"i 'J1..: ..,fr 'II'i" \

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shall t>o rud.'emrd' acLnrtllnir ; "' : t :
to law the property' de- -- -" Wjv r'
l. FIRST PAYMENT orllind, in -nurh certlfluvta or ,, 'It '"''- ,t. !:S1::
+ ', r AFTER JUNE 15 ci'i-11; :f U'nU'm1' will! bo gold. to thehighest i .j.. .1 I.I,,' t. ''': "' a...... 'L''f' f "
bidder I at the ronrtIIOIIIH f" '
.fMa w ,( i, ; :' ; : : :;;.
; ;; w door on the firm Monday I ; ,.,.. ;1 ; !. .
Our greatest value ever! In month of June tl*<7. which IH > t; t' .'-',. ,, r:' '
Removable Teflon-coated the Gth day of Juno 10(17. I -. > ..{. ,, ,' .,; ,'I'L.; .

..HDTlSDIPBUti-i> : ii&'' oven wally wipe clean. 10117.HICAt tinted, thin 18th day of April "j'" 1 ". 14 .i" ':;"" :: \ '. ','
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lj'.U'1' jJLLAN., ,s Drip pans, niece Q a drawer ('ii..,rice A. T>n r by ,'," :.'( '' .;.'..,..-< \ (,'". ''; I J'
Clerk of Circuit Court of '\.( j' tN t-
., ,r and oven door slip out easily I : )f: ,. I
Bradford County. 'Florida. S548\ '' ; 'e. .
No. ; : :
for quick cleaning. That'sTotal n/4 4t 623.NolliT | : ,......
!.{ E(.... .' '.i.i'P-:,.' ? <': ; Clean! Full-width I w/pantlea Baby Dolt ; < : ti ?'?' -:-:-- /' ;': \ :' ; 'i: :

% +e r. control panel: light! oven : Application.... 'or Sizes PJBJJ. i '. ,. .. I j. ) : ji'
I ""' "" 1 Tin tirederr I ".\ ;, ,1.eJ' .
{ Gli timing hxk.r .
1,1f It 1.10. K. H. .
Notion: .I In hereby given. Unit i J : :) t\. 1 : :
wwv.R S :' liny Andrews tho holder of the .'
I r \ ro-llowlnv onrtlfKiatea' him : ..., l ". ; \ ,
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d : to Ire iHHued thereon The '. ,
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$199I 'I lJ'tji.: .
'Slid :
$ t. :. n ficate mmibetfa and yearn of IHHiiancq /.J 1.J
? \ j .;-/ ..: .,,':. '\ .. oveq.wa" property and the namea. In J. .w......... ., ;' 7
;j. ).. which it wa. assessed, are a.. follow Pt 1h' t.. 0"." :" ; ,. .r ikj
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). $Pongsakr *: 'S ., "t., >;,: _' : t tW
Model KH011 In 1 { .P Certificate No. ,25.: Year of ii.silence .- tNs.744 ; : ,1 '
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colors and white. ,; v i o"e, (' "*\ ; Coat N ',." :!' ",' J
1 : 'l' Description of Property t I ot 'lrl:
fr5 SSaesP.6.M.L.\ a 51u'at Ihe'/il.O II ; _
) If .: :. yikn t bring that roIlT lying S of fI.KNI
.: .. In Unit 1'.Hyn of Stark KX; I t. ., '
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1 -- N Ud' IINIJ\: K I H by HR Why ,
I $4'00 I'{.
NO MONEY -0''' I Also availableNo. .
"' Thompson Ht. & urcsC: In or BK f. 4NlIc $4,00 ; '
C'f<<'tW.r -.r.... .::' jt. 16-181)) 8IOC: 'as. Tr6-S. It-'Jl-K 7510 ":. d-, ''f' ': .. ;r
jl "" Name In which aneemivd. J. L. I ,' ( & .. +
,.' .-.. ttllil! Andrews.AIL .. No. 7509 Lady Doll a.: ... '.1 :.. ra,113Q.jrrri l
ra, of Hald, property helnir In Shift No. 7509X Sizes P.S.M.L.
fJ:. fI the County of llradford. State. Slim and simple and chin this,uncluttered] litQ ;

.;' at Florida.,, Sizes 32-40 Sizes 42-44 $4.00 slip is a joy under all th$ knita-and: other sleni

To Suit To Three Years To Pay. Pol". ". such certificate or rortiricntea $3.00 limber clothes own.'. Classic key embrOi "
We PO QuT Own: Financing Terms ->- Up shall he redisMiied a< $4.00 er, you
nrdlnn, to law the do-
ery on your pet Carefree nylon tricot.)
icrlbedi In inch cvrtlflnate or ;
.>'artiflcates wll ne Hold to the Adorable-right to the last pastel rosette! Add Sizes 32 to 42. Short, Average and Tall.a I
I highest bidder at the courtumiHii wealth of' French 'laca on front panel, scoop
Winkler ElEctric door on tho ft rat Monday shift In top- .I
Deck side-rise hems of saucy gowns
In month of rime, 19HT. which isthe
H HI m ui oPhone 25% cotton. Pretty!; Coat
5th day of June. 11)67.) duality!; blend 75% rayon,
Dated this 3Slh. day.pt April I Kodel/cotton
superbly oed by Katz, In press-
Temple Avee 964.7596 I9H7.IMKAL. accent Peter Pan c a.r.1'1lIk. blue, yellow
234 N. ( ) .Bosettes P _
r n f r11R ".ss4It hs Churlea A. DerbyClerk I ao.ua. Lady Doll style also. HOSE 3 r. ---I.O 01
or Circuit of Urad- .
Court I ;
'f.' .' ? .!;; !M j ford County
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V, MAY < 1967! ...__ __._'_'_ ______ O' _.__ __ ... __ nn.nF iui COUNTY T ntxcoKArtt.: STARICK.: FLonrn.\ PJ\n.t ttd' ..

out," Williams said repeat it a'gata." hoped it will not: be necessary. for Hampton Upon recomntend- years) plus 10-years experience Moody. Needed Temple Avenue. The sale la -e
Council l Pursues Edwards retorted "I said Then addressing himself to here. atlon of Archlteot Don Morgan I Mrs. Mattie) Ellis and Anderson Junior High:: : scheduled from 10" am. to 5 :
I'd have to lock it up," re- ,Williams, the clerk said, "If Johns then' asked each elect- Mrs Hazel Harrell, both at I Yvonne J. Long, Earselene N. Used 'Books, p.m. Thursday, Friday, and
peating the statement several\ I said>, anything to you, I'll ed official if any delinquent Granted leaves of absencefor Brooker Elementary. i Zimmerman. Makazines Saturday, May 18, 19, and 20. '
tight Operation times. apologize as a man." Edwards utility account consumer was several teachers. Continuing contract status Hampton Elementary: Phlla- Anyone willing to part with -
"I think\ the people of the added that the situation, was still receiving service. Council- Discussed a possible salary Alice M. Anderson, Ander- men Arlklnson, William C. Been trying to figure a good books or magazine. especially
i city of Starke should know "shameful ahd I'm ashamed.\ man McRae said he could Inoreaso, for custodial personnel son Jr. High; Carolyn Canova, Olett. and way 'to get rid! of some used National Geographies, are"
COontlnwd From Page One! what kind of a city clerk they Williams then called: on "answer as of tonight" that but did not indicate that Lawtey Junior High; Eddie J. Judy VanZant. magazines or books? asked to bring them by the
have," Williams concluded. Robert Bowen, one of the two all had been terminated. He any action on the subject Is Sexton and Bettyo Haas, both Brooker Elementary: : Iva I Give them to the Beta SigmaPhi I I Bradford County Library; at
'Williams' aRid he took the Later, during the discussionof clients in his office when Ed- told Johns that 98 had been Imminent Supt. Casey said Starke Elementary, ; Nilda 1 K.: Jean Harrall and Carol Sasadu. Sorority for a book sale. their convenience anytime be-
abuse for.a ;ow minutes, then Mrs. Joiner's salary increase wards entered. The councilmansaid Cut off and 41 were still with- the trend over the state Is to Hogan, Evelena Kittles, and I, at the Guidon Grill on N. fore Wednesday, May 17.
became mad and asked the the clerk said he "pos he had been called a liar out service. hire qualified personnel and pay Marilyn Roberts all of South- 11i .
Clerk put in the street, but and wanted what he said back- In other action, the council: them more. Bta.e:! Department side Elementary; Bennie Alex- '
sibly did use some language"in
he. (the clerk) refused to .. Instead, William continued, the confronting letter. But he said he was "Everything you (William) of city engineers, Reynolds custodian\ is needed for every ,both at RJE.Reappointment. ,t
)''brhvertfs!! allowed him Mrs said is true," Bowen. said, Smith, and Hills, that a 8-10 classrooms, he said. Cdsey Is not required -AI
himself the
beside over resig *
oyner'g letter of resignation nation.; adding as he sat down, "I'd $36,115 contract for a switch said custodian,?, as the one at for teachers already on con I ,
jui&. blamed the council be- have thrown him (the clerk) gear for the power plant ex- Lawtey, are over-worked when tinuing contract.New I )
joause. ahe hadn't bad a raise "Such a mess as Is going on. out. pansion be awarded to Unit expected to care for 12 classrooms teachers appointed at r- t v
JM-,four years. tonight is what's got these Edwards said later that Electric Co. of Orlando. Gen a cafeteria and a Bradford High are: Larry ., rlx .
--He left with a threat to glrla all ready to leave.," Ed- Bowen was "put up" to com- 'eral IDlectrlc's bid was $588 library, plus maintain the Mlxon social studies; Ann 2'-
wards told the council."I I school Mixon,, English Vonnle Jean ? I "
the council saying he would ing to the meeting. lower engineer Gordon Friday grounds. ;
'Tout, up (the clerk's office) went over there and I I Williams! reported that Mrs. said, but delivery would take Heard a report by Supt. I Hart, business ed.; Jullanne ..J'
so bad<\ that nobody could tell was lost. But he'wasn't much Joiner said she would stayon nine weeks longer. GE would Casey that demolition of the Temples, English; Veda Fish
what{ was going on, then walk of a gentleman either. -4\n __oo $17.33: raise. He said Mrs. 35. Friday also said the Worth- building, which was located on otology' ; ,Judith Flndtlsen art
: I Joiner IB a very valuable secretary Ington Corp. will deliver the BHS grounds: is nearing completion Larry Llnsln, math, and Virgil / '
i one of the most capable new engine in December. and that $854 has been Lovett, English.
I I It in the clerk's office. -Heard a: report by National : received for used lumber. Annual contract teachers 'In CROWD"IS
t Mrs. Joiner should have a Guard Capt. Jim Blood- Casey said that $3,000 In good appomted, by schools, are: rO-1 THE :
raise, Williams said, but he worth who said the new arm- material Is expected to be Bradford Junior and
i,left the amount up to the ory will be completed soon, realized from the building. He High Cal Adams,
D I council. and suggested a meeting be said the board will save $3,000 Adkinson, Charles Baetzmaa.,
e e McRae then said he had a held In. June to discuss dispo- ''to $4,000 ,by demolishing the Mary Baetzman, Charla Boggs,I GROWING IN OUR
1 1iICEE proposal and moved she be sition of the old armory. Mrs. building itself and selling the Geraldine Coffman, Emily McIntosh AREA I I
_. given the $10 raise. Tucker Johns suggested that in the lumber. Leon Ellis, Tony Griffith -
gave the second. The motion meantime the council members Agreed when Supt. Casey Nancy Von Houser, Wen-
was passed after a lengthy discussion Inspect the old building so suggested having Insurance' dell Kelly, Mary McLendon,
on the policy of granting they can decide what shouldbe firms Interested in coveringthe Tommy Malloy, Julia Martin' ,
raises. Wiggins said that done with it when it Is schools submit plans Instead Adrlane Roberts, Billie Rosz- YOP A ? "
many employees in the Utility donated ,to the city. of the board writing man, Sandra Sanders, Bonnie
dissatisfied, Postponed' a search for a specifications. Casey said Insurance Sheldon, Foster Sht Smith,
Department I
; i many of them key employees. bookkeeper for city hall until for the'county's Sharon Wall, Patsy Steagald,
First to speak at the the new auditor Is hired. schools totals about $11,000per Lois Stevens, Walker Stewart,
person wu'a resident, -Referred a request from year ,. Sandra! Weaver, Catherine Zal-'
Charles meeting C. Johns, who said he Fire Chief R. C. (Red"I) -Refused to allow a churchdoe : eskl, and Catherine Baker. I,, Come In Today and Join the Increasing Family
resented the council spending ford that the fire department of a school bW,to transport Bradford-Union Area Voca-Y .
cards to employees pension,' plan, _be people to a' revival! meetIng tional-Technical Center:
tax sending,
SATURDAY MAY 6 I paid-up utility customers, as discontinued to Councilman being held In the BHS land Baker, Linda Grantliam' .
: of Savers and Homeowners \Who Joined the .J
'r wen' as the. delinquents,, that McRae. was auditorium.unaware The the board auditorium In fact, Henry Theresa Greene U West, Lex, Williams Baker
they woulAtbe cut off by May
they In full. was being' used for the revival. Dumpier, and Joe Warren.
1 unless .
10 AM 4 PM i ii Students GetAssignments
", k Johns Bald that for 10 yearshe Teacher. AppointeesThe Mrs. BernIce Hopkins, who "IN CROWD"AT \
85 has been' working In Adult
had paid "a rather large appointments approved -
utility rebate" to the city, 'by the board Tuesday Basic Education, was confirmed I
f leaves the county's schools as night principal for the
more than his neighbors are
A j paying for the same service [Contlnuel From Page OaeJ with 16 vacancies for the '67- new vocational-technical cen-
f INEIIURST across the street from him. transfer for teacher salaries. 68 term, Casey says. Eight ter to supervise the adult pro- '
i He added that he does not Budget IV, or federal pro positions are open at Brad- gram. 218 fORTH! TEMPLE AVENUE :
!have sewer service, but that jects being carried out in ford High where! nine new RJB High: Ester M Allen,
he U not unique in that re Bradford County, now total teachers have already been Eshrat A Dunlap, Patrick W. -
spect. approximately $250.000, Casey hired for next year's term. Dunlap, Leonard L. Heath,
tC Johns also mentioned that he said. He addod that state'' department Thjre are four openings at LonnJe Johnson, Rosa L. Taylor -
officials Lawtey Junior High, three at Mary E. Wilder. Olivia T. anil Loan :
were com-
has read of the city audit report Savings S
? and delinquent accountsin plimentary 111* their remarks Southslde Elementary, and one Scott, and Esther M. Allen. y ,
w ._
: newspapers. "The responsI- concerning how the budget is at Hampton Elementary bouthaide Elementary: Cynthia -, (
GROCERY All the Cobb, Ruth Duncan, Jon- X
bility should be shared by the being handled. following appoint- ., ,1
nle Ellis, Gertrude Harper, ASSOCIATION OF STARKE .
ments were recommended 1 i'My.i
by ;
council and clerk, he said. In other action, the board:
Cheryl Haslett, Vivian Kruse, +
i the School Trustees: and Supt. 218 N. Ave. .i1i
He noted that citizens in Authorized payments to Sandra Miller, Carole Muaso- Temple Phone 961-5000 ,
other municipalities have resorted Harris and Harris Construction Casey and were confirmed by line, Julie Rasmussen, and
'.- i Highway 100 South Starke to the courts to obtain Co. of. $20,289 for the the School Board: I Barbara Reddish. "The House of Savings" .
decent government, adding he Brooker school and $16,003 Continuing contract ((1\\
Lawtey: Junior High,Martha j,I .
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\\o.e. Tremendous Savings Thru'

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:. anti"opera15a\ by I local owners who support all ; : "
local projects and have helped in a small way to help make OUP
.. our community a better one to live in. We appreciate the t Our Entire Store e "
support you have /given us in the past and our aim is to
better serve our public and community by increasing our
supplies and giving advice, which the people of our area 'r.-

deserve.Before you take your business out of town where none Prices Good ThrU lath
of us benefit from it, let Starke Builders' Supplies have the May t
opportunity to at least price you on your supplies. We know r ..
that we can be competitive with our competition. All we can 1 4
ask is to be given the opportunity and it will be sincerely .,

appreciated. .
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M Buy Now and Save

H Keep Your House Cooler in the Summer INTERIOR LATEX 2 GAL. $5.00| ,

_. c BATS HATS '

STRATtON 18"-3 H.P. BRIGGS ENGINES& $]"71'95. WUlii\ With Aluminum Foil Backing ACRLIC I TERIOR

; 10'xlO ROOM: 10'xlO' ROOM LATEX LATE

t $43, INSULATIONOnly For Weed or Masonry Paint uuranteect To

I. j STRATTON ENGINES Exterior Use Best Cover In One Coat

SHOES - $$4. 5 Quality Complete Line of Colors

f 22"-3 H.P. BRIGGS & $"A8"95 Only $$5.40 $$7.29 :UEG. $6.4.5' GAL. REG. $5.50 GAL. -


:3'/2 H.P. SE $65" 95 -
SHOES $fi.95 ;Onll $$5.25'AI80
LED MOWER .1. - ; Matching Colors,lit


3/2 HP. SELF-ADJUST .-95 5 -SfIE nVI .W LL ,Iff; Level Exterior Paint
$ '
ING WHEELS b3a LiE:1 : Cooker( & Smoker .


Sec Our Complete Line of ,ZEBCO' REEL NO. 33- $19.50 $i '.95 Sale $$291 95 5' GAL tG.( $6.25 NOW $5-49'

ZEECO REEL NO. 404 8.50 4.05ZEBCO : '
PEEL. NO. 202 '- 6.50 .375ZEBCO :ttEG..$3.73? _. 'N


MITCHELL NO. 400 28.95 19.95 -
PICNIC TABLES-Special $$24.9';,;' :





215 E. Washington St.. Phone 964-5270 'Florida REG.$23.95 $19,95TJlVRSD
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_OR VDFOKn COUNTY TKI.KfiUAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA Tllfmn"v. .......,;._-. MAY..- 4.-. 11K7-!--'- I

I I i ly planing at 7 mph. It anecesHary I NOTH'K or' INI'KNTION;\/ ::.; : '115RElIS'l'Lli i II", ,i'onnl, ford I IIII.IH,t I. .. i I.1.rI"I'! i nt I i II.' ''ill '
= v 'of Hnitiroid.. soil' I<' of County.t I Klorldii' .. ..,. ,, .
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I .. l>'l''>i idiii 4 ".t tt. "i l't v.'tLI "I u 1.11" itt51t ImllMI'" ,|"MI ,nil I, Lhn,. flint, ,\Ml'lllta, ,, Hll.lllll-' I'll.: .!
to have the out board Ji'iITllIN ) I :i ;menu I a HIII'h, 5/4 It 527olI. : t 0 I ili'sIu :",., 111 "' ''ilia "I .111 nr. 111,7. it 1 h.it'h> /, |III hi.>"i'n' <"I illlun I (I <>r Piupirty! Lot !1'1
develop the required thrust to ,VMK: I i'lfl.I|,'" Mluill" ccrtKlcatn l I.,. reilceitu., or,. cmi .actonllnit II -- ... ;;llHllill: :. ut. PrnitlN'lC'.i;\ ( i lie Dtli, day of Juini, 111117. A 711! on CYIr..... of Cryutal. UuUoHofllCHltOM .
I Ii Of A iphI.'slon l''ur'l'n tit NI'Jlt' NW14; sic; 14, T-8- .
futttid thIs lutli of
:12Wides. piano 'both the skiers and the Notice Is hui' ly given I hut to .law. the propvrty, tieHI IxrilHer. day April
W iNaniti
,',rlbed In Much H-lli-U 111(17.( NIUIU' In which itMHOHftud John
boat us Instantaneously as possible I eprlfleate of oprtlflcatuo I"....1<1. .p. N. In which .
:Letr.i4r4 provisions of Chapter 20,953, will bo Mold, to. tliohlirhuMt Notion uiH naud J. (oS ItJ.AL) I) I'atterion.All
I This la Imreby' irlven that, Kill* liryant mild. property bvlnir in
best nccompllNh- the undersigned, under the bidder at the c'ourt, )IICUIHO" ChiirU'-i A. Darby of
Customlade!\ I ed by use of a propeller designed door. ,, (on tin first Monday. In thamonth I Carl 1 llarton, thu .holder. ofthe All of stud, prepnrty, being' In Clark of Circuit of Court the County\ of ilrudford, Htato of
Laws of following I I 'ei.rh tlfbMiteH I IIIIM '
Florida Acts of
1041 I In'
For Florida of Juno, 1IMI7 ivhlcli IH 'iMinly if Brad ford, cunte ut Living spcrlfluall:> for this will register with the Clerk of the ,,Ih day or Junu IHII7.I rilml doiul, saId to be co iMMlied- tfi.'atos. I for n tax. Lflnrliln., Bit 41 6BG0. I'n In", ) HUdi ,met, I If I)',n.l I.> or vtrllflvatPM -
Go type of water uport. I atoil> thus IKth day of April I thereon. Theeerllftpate Cnleim such certlflpiilu. 01 i Hhull I bii. rtMlcLini, d .ittoldlnK *'-
Get Move\ the Circuit Court In and furBradford ( : numherH. and yearM" of .
11)11) fertirlt M.IIII I i hn i'Odui'iutOiutccoi'dlny ( to law the property do-
Evlnrude that 'iHHuanc'o, the .Nt.rh.lI" of the :> > \I'I.II'lItlo. For
YOU say County Florida, up- '1I\f.: ) to 1 law the troioru9'desrlhI orTil.. vcTlued, I In Hiieli, toitlflcutf i or
For Your $ $ a 10x9 1/4 propeller will do an on receipt of proof of publication Clinches. A Darby.of' nhluh property It wax mid BHHCMHUCI the. name are aafollown In : In touch :certificate: : :.rCHrliricalu III4.1U.llvlllHrv. !". H. c.l'llfI""to.vIII be nolcl to thohlttlieHt
excellent water Clc-rlt of circuit Court Drml will be told to thurhighest that bliUlt-r at the cium
Job pulling : No the' I IM huruby Klvt-n
No Salaried of tills notice the fictitious lord County. .'11)1'1<111. Certlflpate No. 93. Year ot h. / blfltlor ut the court HDUKC. Air, C'nrl llitrton th" holder of house dour. on (ito first Monday
or skiers with their V-4 engines. name of Central Bookkeeping 5,1:, 4t 5/23 .nanpe. I mill.ImmTlptlun. door on the first Monday In th" rolluwlnir certirifutos haM In ,month of Juno, 1907, which latho
!: Employees The engine should be propel- of Property, I Ixit month of Juno I 967. which IHth" rili'U Miilil furtlflc'iituH fur, a "fix ftih day of Juo,'. 181)7)
lod to allow It to reach a & Km: ploy men t Ser- \.0 I.ii ISV ,\ .iII..ii. I.loll h'iir, I till,!, PT N 6H:; hv 2(111( .I'"P NV: Oth. ilay of .i uin'. I 10(17.DII ( d..uil to Uo iHHiinil tlu-rcun. The ')IIIIId', this 18th, day of April
: DAD & nilAD LARSEN full 500O vlfo, under which I am engaged 'Ins itrra. In NW' COIl( "f Lot 30 III I.uwtey In J this lull ii tiny ,ut April rlirifiitii, nucinbiTH. mid, )'"'..1 VS I'ifBHIIIIIII'I I'107.: )
rpm. In business at 113 S. Court .Hl.p. I II 1.11I.1 I.'. M.Nollpv l 14' of fly HKf: lA'IT.HUAL.' | >. the d"MCIIIlInn| "f tluil I (.;JJII.: )
LIKE TO WORK The use of this propeller on I In hereby Klvvn. Hint Name In which H..ne Hpd 11I1'.. ( .) l 1"rnp I Street Starke. Florida.Mrs. Mr. Carl' Mac-ton, thu. holder ntI W. J. Chandler Chlll'luH: A. Darby which It uHHVwd. err' UN Ciotk of Clr\ ult Court, of Bradford -
some light boats may mean I hu following rvrtlfleiifes. has. .. Clerk of Circuit Court fir Bradford was : Florida.
'" C. S. ( Ruth ) lIa'ldo"k.1 ( All I I of H. .ld property" belnqr In follow: County
: YOU Benefit !. I' the engine& rpm will exceed Route 1, Box 230: Starke Fla., filed Hiild i-iTtlflriili'M. for, a tax. the County ril? JJ r'tllto' rd.- State of County, Florida.Hr .. .. .... (Vrtlfkutv. Nu. J 173.: Year, of IH-. 6/4 4t GIII3;
By Lynn HamiltonILT I the recommended\ 500O maxi I docd tn l 100 I IxHiied 1 I h .rni.\ Tlicicertificate Florida.1'iileHM. art 'It 0Io..t" /'"
sole owner. number. .and l yonrM ofiKHU.int Milch pi'rtlflcate or cer-
i \\ PKOI'KU.F.K FOR mum. This Is not harmful ifrpin's .o, the di'Hi-rlpllon" of thupropurty ti fh's'' el's' MlilLl) be, redoetnetl.. 'ac>- : '. (5\"II"lItion l'rI
All Sizes .)n Display WATER SKI TOW MOTOItfEvinruda are not allowed to exceed Dated this 4th day of May, and t the I, iiamiIn' "cordlnw I to law h the property, do- '"ts I)...... HEALTH FACTS
: 8-10-12 Wide I :)5500 and It the throttleIs AU., 1867 at Starko, Bradford ullo-wa which It was HHHeHHed are .ai MTlbed In Much. certificate or <.. i 11 i*I.IK. ..'. M.
outboard motorsare : cortireatenvllt be thu Notice In hereby given, that
,: 1 '/, Baths fitted with a propeller that retarded to SOOO rpm when County Florida. Ci-rtlflcato, ; No. 41!!! Year of Issuance highest(. bldd..r at the Mold eourt-boiiMii. to. Mr. Curl llartfin I t thu holilur, "I''he NERVOUS TENSION

and ExpandableaNew Is considered the manufacturer the boat is operated without I 3/4 4t 5/25 y'ItsD..uucrlptlon door, on the first. Monday In followlnor .rtlflcnten haH
: by of Property NIH4 month of June 1 11167!> which la the filial eid| certificates. I for a tux that
to be standard underaverage skiers. If no tachometer Is of NWVi ot SW/4 KX: I* A InHW 5th day of June 1907. tired::: to ,bo :iHHUpil, thenmn.:: The. is another one of the many complaints
I available/ speed should not ,0..l.i. of. Aiffil1rii4li.. .>n f.... (Cllll Ak\ "KX I A In NW Cblt eertifU'Hte nuinborH nod of Sedatives or
conditions. By that it ..... Dated thin Llth; day of April yearn respond favorably to Chiropractic care.
l1i.ll'.l 310' "StJ' KX il A In NK: COlt. SliC!: ,
exceed 33 I 1fl07.SKA! IHHII.Utho i duwrlptlnn of tinproperty '
and Used8Yr. I me.tns that It will allow the mph when using ,. in I.I II, I**. M. 25-r-jj.: ( : I,) iiml, I Dm mime,, I In,, tranqnilizors may ease the tension temporarily but
the 10x0 :1/4 Continuous NI"ho Is ,
prop. h'I'hy Kh''n. Ihll': Nllm", I III Which OHHUHHCll Joe
:, engine to run at Us rated rpm :'oil'. t',,,'1 UU"IIIII." Ih.. 1..1..1'. .'I'I ."'IIk, his Knt.All ; ChnrloM A. Imrhyrierk w Ii it'hu It Was itMKOHMud. ate HH 1',110wH ', permit the condition to become progressively worse.
financing available operation above \the recommended :- of the circuit Court! of i :
.. nnd horsepower, at full throttle h. f"II"wlI'lf, I ..rtt(I'
ta has I In
s I I of Niiti property bplnir
speed range should be flh..1! HIIr, .....' 11'.111.'' ." for' II &&ixt1aal the County. of UrndCol'd.: '! tate Bradford County, Florida' Curliri'-nto No. fi5, Your ut ,IMMtinnce ,,- Only the removal of the nerve pressure by a properly
on an average boot withan ,,, .,.,. ... 6/4 4t 5125: 1905.r.s'rhitti'n! .
avoided. 10. I." I'h..r. ui. 'I'h" of r'lftrlflH.CnlPHU. will correct such
Use Our Rental-Pur "f Pi'iipi-rty, I r.ol In trained and equipped\ Chiropractor
average load. "'I.l, ''1'1'111., ,",,,,,lars' !> chase Plan. Boat size and 'Ip'stii' ,ii..... I I I.t.s.i., "'" ..1' I siulu,. piTtlflcHle I I iir CPPtiriiatea 1\....... (I' ApnllfKlInn ForT HR fur of Wof\ HRi/i]] of NW',, conditions.i
-Payments weights vary I I nliall I I he redaunied 1 nu- '
l K: It W ::1J7 N:
of HW'310' l.v
tin1 1"'I''I.v.t itiul, t,0. .
KIN I)FKCA KTK.V | | u 11'''''' .. lleeilHer. .
Under $50 Per Month considerably and the uses of I'HOr.KAM FRIDAY U 111"1.1.. it wit s. HMM4 .",.,1 ,,r'.. II" i',.'idlOK.tI..1 I III to law Hitch, HIP certificate property. .dot' orortlflnts IOI.nl. .I-.. M. A 8. HHC 28. T-S-SS II-S2-K: (tilt' Your Chiropractor is a Specialist\ in this!!\ field. Phone
outboard engines also vary folllVM.CVrlirii) : Notice IM hereby, slv n. that AlTl'M)
will Iasld to the him for appointment today.
Martin Priest's Kindergarten I '.iilc \n. IIS V.nrN, .,. Mi.'. Carl Marlon the li'.lder,' of' Name In ",10",10, "u'o'usi! IKM: an \
over a wldo range of activi ... hllf''''"'! blddPl" Ut I II orlIIOIIKP
stilt ii' I tI tJMI.%. certlfle' .. 11 I ,' haH All of xalel, l I.. 'IHK, 'In,
will present the "Wedding of door, on (the flTHl' Monday the following : M t IIH.IJ.TH i i
'I ties. It is obvious that the I n..IIOII"n' 1 ",f TKHnrtv' t KM:' '. In, "'ut.,,ih of .liilio J J1MI7. which, I I. filed Maid certificate* for, a tan. the County of lulfonl." Stun I TOMORROW: { NEVER COMESA
4'o4qMobile standard propeller may not The Flowers" at 7 p.m. Friday !S\V'i .of I HW''| to 1 I. '.,1't s'i' .I'I tin' ,'ith iluy uf .Tune. 1067Ditid deed to be Issued. thereon The cf KlcirldaCnlOBD,,
fill the bill In cases.: May 5. In the BHS audi- & V'1..{, ..r i I': 'j nf :M; ';.', ..rv I thlH 18th day. of April.lilli7 certificate, nuriiberM. and' yearif, ; HIII-II nrllfli, .il" ,"i i ,r- ( public service of the North East Florida
many .'
I fill \ nSi 1 I II I. Ts. It- .I': ,
torium. The public is Invited. I "*(tiiimc, the deHcrlptlon uf th<' tlflratos nhall' hi ,r< di-ninn. ,, il .11-'
That Is why the company offers Vann I In, u h l h"')h 11",1, .1 I OH\I.: | > property .and (the names In i'ordlnMT. to" tan t itxc, pi">>piitv. I .dincrlbed Chiropractic Assn.)
Home SitesAVAILABLE I selection of several OlllH Iliviinl I ChnrleM which It wax assessed artas. ,.
a propellers All of. Haiti. > Ix'ltiK, in A. Darby.Ch In such" oertlfl ot or -
1 r"II'I"Y!
I I- I ,'rk '.1 f rireult I t Court. .of llrad-, follow certificates. will ha 10Id. to, tin"
I For instance, to obtain peak NOTICETo
;: Full Lake Privileges I performance for water skiing I I FRONT ALIGNMENT
whom It may concern: Latent Precision Equipment
Homestead Exempt- I it Is very necessary to use propellers ,
allow All bill!?!' or dcbti' made by I Factory Trained Mechanics
that: the r.iKin: ?
; '
Financing: 1 Donald Ronald Grlffls will be lrk Guaranteed..
to develop sufficient. thniit In' All "(
I ; I the first few second< of n.1 ('- paid by Henry (Edward Grlffls I' This 'Week Special

Lake Geneva .1 I celeration. During this period of Starke the sole beneficiaryand $5.55parts

a skIer may exert from 50 to inheritor of his Insurnnre I
extra If neededFIRESTONE
400 pounds of pull on the towline and his belongingSigned( )

Trailer Sales This effort Is multiplied Leonard Griffis father. It I
by the number of skiers being<< FOR SALIO Poach, 'raw & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I RATES: I
On Route 100 One Mils SK pulled and varies! with their i REDUCED
I WANTED: Lot on Klae 1py fords Farm. 15 acres on Crawford 710 Lemon St. Palatka
Keystone Heights skill type of skis and weight. I,, AUTO FIRE, BOAT WORLD
Lake, with or without cabin. Road near Hellbronr BE SURE TO
I I Furniture F.. CONNER
Open Sun. & Evening The pull on a skier's arms 1 Not to exceed $15,000. Phone Springs.; 2tp5-j Repaired DOYLE' AGENCY BOOK before buying any
diminishes Upholstered & Refinished INSURANCE:
rapidly< after his collect W. L. Summers 752- other encyclopedia. M. A.
.4.- -' :-- skis reach the suiface of the ( Lake City. :3tchg FOR SALE Pen-raised. WII" :MATTRESSES REBUILT I tfub!* Payne your local representative -

1 water. and a skier Is general- Turkey Eggs. WhIt. rjianea' I New Innersprings since 1956. Box 626.

I Eggs Mallard, Duck EggsJ. I and Box Springs i MARRIED: COUPLES WANTED Phone 964-6560. tfchg

M. Edwards Ph !904) .SIOStfchg : Drop VIt A Carrel or Call; I I for cottage parent work

SLADE'S PALATKA EA 3-9166 .I'' couples start at $445 per mol Are you sending your Land
i |l! Minimum education 9, age' 21
AIRS. PEGGY SIIAIX.KK lord's son to college -- Why

"Silver Sands"PrclIy ZOO E. Adkln 8t. ;I plus. 5; day wefk. In genera pay rent? Build on your lot
1 married couples work same
HtarUa Agent or ours. Your plans or ours.
I liiUe: Lots shift. Work in Food Service Small down payment. See

Don't) Just IlanK:: I FOR RENT -Kingsley Lake and Maintance also' available models In Plnebreeze. Long-

Around Wi-lun-i. I REDUCED: FROM! $100 TO furnished house. 3 bedrooms Qualified I single persons champ Const. Co Contact Bu-
300 ft. docks double dressing also accepted. If Interested apply ford Mitchell. phone 961-6853

BUY ONE .'"'...... IJ Al) $70 PER MO. room. Delano Thomas!!, 964- In person Personnel Office P. O. Box 238 Starke. tfchg
It t'i'u.s: I NEW ONE BEDROOM I 6507. tfchg Sunland Training;! Center.

I McKAY at IS wont -.-."I.OO FURNISHED Gainesville. 4tchg 5.2r FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE

I'h. .173-IH10 I CARL BEGGS NEW MOBILE homes Chlck- tearing completion 3 bedroom -
"url. over 1.1 -----07 GARDEN APTS.
lIAr bath. Located just
Gulf ServiceUSED aaha 20' & 21' wide. Buddy-
rkarg. If nIl'I Trailers :autside ot city limits in Pine-
l iu uilvauc ___.:IA PARTS Clemson Layton

Family Size No Frost r ,I : U.H. ItN..OI.I'1'IO'UI:. : TO B.H.S' ON Top Price. for Wrecked Cam buy.. sell Liberty.trade.Taylor Year bank Azalea fl- Easy breeze.monthly Small down terms payment.Long-
<.ot.. per .rd WASHINGTON ST. 24 Hour Wrecker Service nancuig. Buckeye Trailer Mart hamp Const. Co.. Contact Bu-

) 01" VH14KH"' Fuel Oil ford Mitchell Phone 964-6853
--- --- 8678 Roosevelt Blvd
.wv IrMw ___ 92.S1: Call AAA 8 & II Orem .. Inc. Park 204-2131. tfchg; P. O. Box 238 Starke. tfchgFOR &
:, wortt over *O _..IN I : iI..npltI Orange
I AIR. MASON I Ilwy. 301 N. Waldo -
RefrigeratorONLY 'I WORLD'S SMALLEST elestrlc RENT Furnished 2
BEST BARGAIN. ",,.-190,.
I EDUCATION olaasea. I care of Ernest Tew I I LACY CONWAY adding machine: adds subtracts bedroom house. Desirable location. -

Elementary and FLYING SERVFCK multiplies; has credit Available May 5. :M.: A.

Phone 804-6091 I Realty, Inc. I FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- balance. Only $109.50! Bradford Payne phone\ C64-6B60. tfchg

: evenln tf I plan rentals. Greyhound Boa County Telegraph tl
I a. s.
I Ph. 376-6461 Charter. Keep your party together 200 ft. on St FOR
$ O 2906 N. W. 13th St. charter a bus. Phone FOR Good two bedroom CB house
I johns River 600 ft. deep by
$244 964-6090. tfchg with large glassed-in porch
W.T.15Lb. CUTTING: 365/ ft. Dock good fishing am' close In. Renting for $65.00.
I in the fall. $9,00(
I APPRAISALS AND shrimping No peta, please. A. J. Thomas,
I Tel. 964- 701.
Types ONE STOP Realtor
I I ALLEN. Rt. 2, Box 389 Pal-'
Imll"t.I Bulldozer & Concerning property and property atka Fla. 2tp SCOMMON -< PLYWOOD BOAT for sale.

values In Florida Phone 964-7600. lIp
Line Work Property
I Over thirty experience
: C. Gardner i I In Real Estate mat- Apply WANTED !II! !
9S4-772H'" : I ters and Active Real F.statei SEP.VICE Someone III thlt urea to assume -.
I Broker since 1933 payment on SINGER:'
Court St.
West Million St., I I Thomas Realtor, Tel 061-5701. 1 118 South 2t rhJ.r4:'; IMAI-0-MATIC: C'ONSOIJC; :'

WASHER aluminum siding Block. Sand Rock .1, FOR SALE U'Cfl llvlnf ill llntlgn Mtltclum., buttonholes

: 15 x 20: Kitch. 10 x Cement" Mortar Steel, Oyster room suite 6 pieces. Will *"' 8ew. on buttons, :Monograms -

; 8 x 9.. Siegler Space !Shell, LJmerork, Roof Ife ilaiiiii all or part. Also 'bookcase bed Appll' <|i"H. etc. Originally

: air. con d., HW floor; I Gravel Precast LJntefa and mattress an.d box springs. 664 ....hi for $2n.3O.! rtul-

2 Year Parts Warranty (' 1 ., Ven. blinds., ter. Window Sill. Everything. flffl '. .-. N. Water St. Phone 964-6171 anre now only $76.20 or $8

65 x 210 close tn., I for Mawonry (Construction. lIp IXT" month. Call! .Im-kHonvlllo. ,

and lots of shrub- O Wc.lrrn Wc.r COLLECT 833-1948 any time.
Wa h'NWear I
50 Financ Will
ANNOUNCINGA Alt': for Credit Manager.(
$ '_ A. J. Thomas !MOUNTAINS!:' :' ? deliver. No obligation.

has the key. Just New cottage In Blue Ridge 4tchg B/24
Or $1"" I I ) ) mountains 10 ml. from, Rldg

PermaPress I NOTICE I I Ready Mix Plant crest' nn paved/ 1 hiway. Sleep FOR 8AU3' 1057 Chev.

: Unfurnished atKeystone S I 5 comfortably Completely Pickup V-8 Radio & Heater.

I SAI.B; (OFCUICKKN 'I| house outside city. I furnished with utilities. $40 Good Condition. Ph. 782-3488.

.\ {.\ h e d apartments in Heights per week. June thru Sept Itp

I II H. Nollman. tf chg I weeks available. Write P. 0
I Owned. byV.. I logan! !> For Better Service To I Drawer A. Starke. Fla. tfchp!' LOSE WEIGHT safely with
IlOOKKKKPtNO: AND 1 That Area. Dex-A-Diet Tablets. ONLY 98c

I To \\'hum I It1: ,,:\. Concern" : TAX CONSULTANT REGISTERED. PROFESSIONAL at Mitchell Drugs. Stp 6/22

Average small business I We Will Not Be NURSES NIGHT
I I. I tile iiiuriTNl, : !!iifMl.' inn 1I.k- PAINTING Inside and out.
$10 Month Up DUTY (4-12 and 12-8))
I ONLY ( ,
lug fur lilils on lilY lhleki'iIfariti .. Includes Sales Tax for Licensed. Guar. Phono 782-
; 156 bed general hospital
Beat the Heat Prices 11>('1111'.1 nail shunted ciiUruvl'i Quarterly & Federal I mentally retarded Residents 3793. 4t chg S'4':

: Until I. !Mt.irkr, nrllli. Return. Bradford 'it all clinical areas except obttetics. .
ford, (:..tril, I'loilila, uhiclironnNlH "
t y For '
Information Write: 40 hour week six paid WANTED Lake property
-. .. (. of
-I : Box 93 Palatka Fla. Holidays, 12 days paid annual la exchange; for 3 bedroom
1. Aro\lniulcly|)| I 15 S acri-x, ofla No. 515 20 Acres on 301 Good
or call 325-2930 leave accumulative sick leave. home with pool 1 In N.W.

.. ; It! I/t/ ). PAYM'ENT$. "TIL JIlNE 2. fhlkin ml. IIOIIHPS. ( lO.OIIII _ 4tp :5-11 i Engineering : dry pasture cleaned Ideal land for planted truck or In meals minimum and cost.laundry Insurance optional payroll at I, Ave.Gainesville Phone 372-8761.621 N.W. llth lIp

capacity), nnd, rqnipmPiit" IRRIGATION OUTFIT for poultry farm. deduotablc State Retirement -
3' 1\II"I'llt1"II"\ : .personal: I sale also sprayer. Good deal i i I Co. : No. 492 2 Acres completely bene
and Social Security
FOR RENT One bedroom
propi-rty.. Mrs. Herbert Norma., 782-1 furnished 5 room and -
furnished house 308 S. Water
Westinghouse Room Air conditionersip ... One tru: <'ti, r, feprrtifU'r, :3568. Stchg 5-4 Phone Starke bath bungalow, located 1 mile OF NURSES. SUNLAND St. Itp

iniiuor (cniiliT, loiu.'i-r! and I out of Starke on paved road. TRAINING CENTER HOSPITAL -
other niitcrllaiiroiiH' (: ( l purtx B23 I'lnewood Drive Only $8900. Termn. For F. O. Box 1150 GAIN- I

to Inu'tor. 1 A perfect two bed room, masonry Homes Farms, Ranches.. Acreage luSVILLE.1I'WRIDA.. Phone USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned

N.. hltls u ill )h. IIPIIIH'| | tlinl: I house, recently redone Keystone! Ready Business and retirement 376-5381.: 4 t.chg11:) I $15 up. 10 different

"" %,,,,, 'lire bvl.nv. $'1otln.nlt".r) ) ()/) "' I throughout circulating heater Mix homes give us a call. name 'brands to choose from.

--:--. ....; 11 5,000 BTU must arnvigo' Ills own flnum--! I paved street and close In. 473-4285 : STROt'T RKALTY FOR RENT FURNISHED : Parts & excellent repairs aM
:= $$99 lug uiid may )IU"III1, |> t I tinpiTiu( Price 790000. Reasonable 2117 N. Temple Ave., SUrke large 1 bedroom house. Air makes. KIRBY SALES &

: n---- IHPN upon lint If> hug I tliu uiultrHlgnril terms. See me for quick sale.A. Keystone : Fla. ((9041>I> 964-6(109( condition and modern Rennet SERVICE 712 N. :Main, Gainesville '

=i' ut nn)t'n.' '. J. Thomas Realtor. Tel. Apartments. 383 W. Washington 376-7110. tfchg

I 14,000 BTU The I'r..rh'., l's .iurcrnhIy 064-5701. KINGSLKY LAKE FOR RENT By week 2 bed I, phone 96 &-6279. tfchg

$229 flnunrrd.. h1,1: /, florlila. I'ru- Beautifully shaded lot with room air conditioned cottage I FURNISHED 2 bedroom

JIt@ee'EdJ = ilui'tlnn C'r..11t4..llIlon mill' two bedroom dwelling large on Crystal Lake. Call Mrs.L. Myers Power ToolsArea house. All electric kitchen.

i' : tliln mortgage: in nit "ho .paid' EQUITY In Orlando proper porch and covered cookoutarea K. Whitehead. 961-6012. Headquarters For Easy walking distance of

: 17,000 BTU $$266 .off .or arrangement. inaile with motel.ties. TraJe Phone for 473-3010 farm or or write on dock, boat house lounge -- tfchg Lawnmower*. Power Tools shopping area. $15 per weekor

.. -- =--= -=:: == ==- -=.-- Mid Florida' fur refinaiirliir.) Haynes 1719 Cook St., Orlando area. Just $21,500.00. Kindlycall FOR RHNT 2 bedroom McCulloch Chain Saris $35 per month. Ph. 964-

=:;;;::::.....,;---=- :' .r-- w- All bltlH niiint I bo, M'llirnlttcdto Fla. ltp to see It. A. J. Thomas, house In Lake Geneva with access Pump & Water Systems 5403. tfchg
the Of flip of TlioinaH &: Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. to lake. James E. Ak. Rrlggt Jt: Stratton Engine

rl..r,'" not lad-r tliiia 10:00: ridge Ph. 473-4596. ltp 5-4 Rental* Sales Service FOR SALE Three lots ot
C3 & S FOR SALE 2 BR House
.\.M.. :May 2". 19U7.( Paint. 230 N.E. 16th Ave. land with a house at Crosby
The undersigned, reserve. this. Ing Paper Hanging Decorat. nice lot, $3200. Needs' some FOR RENT 3 room up- Gainesville 376-3111 Lake .
ahore. Phone
SJade' Gas and. right to accept. or reject any I I ng. Phone 964-5664: or 964- repairs 401 Alton Rd. Flnanc. ctalrs apartment. Private bath. tfchg night 064-6321 Starke day Florida or
:5670. 4tp 5/26 ed, call Orange Park 264-69&8.& ,
Appliances or all bitt's.Re'spectftully. I HchgFOR gaa. Phone appliance 964-6848.. 400 S. WaterSt. tfchg I. 2tp 3-(

submitted l FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house,
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom houseon SALE 1968 Ford Custom I
20 acres land $30 mo. Heil- FOR
332, West Madron\ St. Phone 961-770J Ry \V. llogun SinllliKimle I Wilson Road; central. heat good condition standard FOR SALE Gas range. Also I bronn Springs Section. Phone RENT 2 bedroom
2, Itox 1UAStiirki completely furnished! house 610
and air conditioning. Phone shift, radio and heater $1,079: large refrigerator. Both for Ocala 629-1242 or 7823131. II
.. >, Florlil-v 1: ) Colley Road. Phone 964-5453
061-574! 2tp B/lt cash. Ph. 9A4-5.S4S. Up "2 .OO. Phone 782-3940. Itp,
S or 9fl4-7fl9.| Wchfl-

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I Wanda\ Prevail Wins' $$25 Guessing Sanders ed The anywhere station says now!in can Bradford be tun- ,,' -? *3pGtar Q5 fiIC M1 w-. oar KM1 Recruiters 2 New Marine Assigned Car Hits Bull


'When WPXE 'Went to 1,000Valts\ Sanders Clay heard, and in says parts, Union and of Counties Alachua can: be'' 4 |1.I.m I SSGT illlliird Bill have Bland been and asslgn-SSOT black LawteyA Angus bull w< .

aiM i'd(I 'i' Marine Corps Recruiters
Columbia, Baker Putnam and struck by a car on the pave-
'Inc the Gainesville
Wanda Prevatt. Rt. 2 Box in Gainesville now with a Duval Counties as well, IW (I.Y SOT Charles McLaughlin ment of SRS-125 two mile ;
175. Lake Butler won a $23 stronger signal 'than any Jack- previous Marine recruiter, has, west of Lawtey last Friday.!
cash the sonville radio station STORY HOUlt : April 23Kenneth.
prize for guessing ')e.TI. t itun.Hferred,. to the Jacksonville '
AT TilE LIBRARY I Eugene Brewer, :!'1.
closest to when Bradford's local In effect the four times Increase -
radio station WPXE would In wattage gives the Story Hour will beheld: at t K Both area of Lawtey skidded his 1005
begin broadcasting with its station a little more than the Public Library from 3 30 that 1 thiSf.irlne now recruiters state Chevrolet coupe 48 feet according
1.000 watts. double" its former power, until 4:15: p, nt. today I Thursday -I for Corps has to the report: of Florida
The moment of the power Sanders says. Theme for this week cants openings qualified appli- Highway Patrol Trooper W C.
increase was Friday. April 14 WPXE now broadcasts; at 1- will be "Posies for Mama." All 1 11D High School now and seniors through July. Sundberg. before hitting the
are en-
at 3:04 The additional children-:: aged 6-9 are Invited. bull. Brewer was not Injured.
: p. m 000 watts from sunrise to check
to sunset couraged Into the but the front of
damages to
power four times the previous
250 watts gives WPXE excellent !- switching back to 250 SHRINE CLUB PLANS Marine Corps "Volunteer now his car were estimated at $l.0.
coverage of the local area watts, at night. The station applied BENEFIT DINNER I,I' and serve later" 120-day de- The bull was knocked to the
of Starke. Keystone Heights to the Federal Communications The Starke Shrine Club will laved enlistment program. shoulder of the road and sev-
sponsor a benefit chicken dinner Women applicants are also erly injured the trooper indicated -
Waldo. Brooker
Lawtey. and Commission in No-
on May 20 at the Stark, being sought | .
according to owner John San- vember 1965 for the increase ) .
Elementary School .\ ptKknl umlltorliim heard State School Superintendent Klflj-hlx" liiitnttcH rwl. \.- ders.WPXE and the request was approved Tickets ,' be cafetorlum'l' the Florida In tlio .1.! xlnrn the I rUon' .corning. programs offered by I
now has "solid coverage in November 1966. Tha facilitate mal ChrlHtliin mule tlm graduation geld reNN" at diplomat{ lurRcxt KrudimUnif < IIMH |> N :
the Increase the WPXE I any member of the club State Prison MHtal>llHlii' >il., the Marine Corps contac-t the TilE RIGHT POINT for the
which means no weak I | two recruiters In Gainesville I way you write. Come In and
had to purchase a new transmitter I
spots, Sanders says for a rad-I Correction! tt the Federal Building 3rd select your favorite KSTKIt-:

ius 30 miles from Starkt; The I turn tables, console and other control accessories board-I i State Prison School Graduates Large Class : floor 1681 Ext.Rm 217 21., or phone 376- 1' TKLEGRAPIL BROOK fonntaln pen. TELE-
station has been picked as
at a considerable cost. The Telegraph was in error
far as Ocala and can be heard In the April 27 issue in statingthe
offered at the D K. Endwrlght educational i
Ffty-slx General Equivalency college courses guests!
Staike Golf and Country I
High School Diplomas were prison coordinator of the Division up .
Club would hire four additional -
Open Friday and Saturday employes after the planned awarded to State Prison inmates 1 L L Wainwright, Director I of Corrections, presented -
additions are mae:! with the in ceremonies at the of the Division of Corrections, diplomas and K. Odcll
Until W P.M. $142,080 Farmers Home Administration prison auditorium Wednesday. introduced Supt Christian and Carlton, assistant prison !
i loan which has April 26. It was the largest declared that the best way to superintendent presented certificates -
been approved. number of diplomas to be wage ,the "war on crime" Is Why do you suppose I've got
NOW YOU awarded Ht one time since thro educating prison Inmates thorn taking part on the
Club President Fred Glenn
the prlHon's Education Depart- so they can hold down program were prison chaplains "'
I Informs The Telegraoh that ment was established manyi Jobs in the free world and be- E F Mnyton, and N. L Red such a bright future ahead?
f since the loan doesn't cover
CAN ENJOY < i i,ears ago come useful citizens ding. A special musical num-
addition of a second nine '
d holes the extra emyloyeeswon't At the same time, 26 vocational Prison Superintendent 1>e-1 ber was presented by the inmate
COL. SANDERS certificates awarded Witt Sinclair Introduced the choiusFUTURE .

be needed With the additional -
RECIPE equipment to be Installed In such fields nu furniture '

he says, the front nine upholstery printing, office I FARMER BANQUETAT We've guessed it, young fellow! Your Dad and Momare
will be even more easily cared machine repair, ornamental Negroes Escape ,
Kentucky for with the present stpff. horticulture and s eve i I' a iothers 1 8:30: THURSDAYThe
already looking ahead planning ahead and saving
I I ,
which are taught at the
annual Parent & Son
', The Telegiaph's Information Serious Injury)
came from a news release prison. I Banquet of the Future farmers" ahead to give you all the advantages of a first class
from the Farmers Home Administration The graduation address was As 3 Cars Hit of America will be held tonight
i delivered by State Superin- I I Thursday! In the BUS cafeteria education.
college Right? Pretty lucky for !
tendent of Education Floyd you
i Three Negroes escaped ser- at 8:30: p m. Daylight
Chicken 1r; Cemetery Working Christian who emphasized the ious Injury In a three-car Saving Time. State* FFA pres- 1,

There will be a working of greater earning power of per smash-up In front of the Holi- ident Jeny Scarborough of i 1 Hume Owned Home Operated
sons wI o have a high school day Inn on N Temple Avenue, Branford will be the main :
the Beulah Baptist
"It's Lickin' Good" diploma and urged all Inmates on Saturday. April 22. | speaker i
Finger cemetery In Clay County to take advantage of the opportunities charge The Community State BankOF
on Saturday May 13 offered theprlson's Luke DeSue 65 was ;
toy rightofway -
with failure to yield
The Dade Road gate will be Education THE RIGHT POINT for thr
SHRIMP AND FISH Depart- and causing an accident STARKE
until 9 the write, fume in
opened from ment, Christian said he was way you
he turned his 1948 Chevrolet -
a, m.TIIE. favorably Impressed, and complimented left on the fou--lant'd and select. your favorite ES- MEMBER F. D. I. C.We're .
PHONE AHEAD 9GJ-512C I 'nOR: ROOK lountatn pen
M. B Jordan Supervisor street and crashed Into an oncoming -
YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY of Education, on. the pro- vehicle. TLI.UGRAPIl.:

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RIGHT POINT ----------
EAT IN OR TAKE OUT I' Given emergency treatmentat I -
way you write Cone:! In Bradford County Hospital
1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 NorthC. and select your favorite ES- J. S Godwin Assistant were DeSue, John Henry Reddish -
I I Superintendent of the prison 29 Ocala driver of the : Overloaded with Values !
R. BRASWELL. Owner-Manager TERBROOK fountain pen. explained the opportunities second car and Clesoesper De-
| available to inmates by Junior Sue. 26 Starke, a passenger In
I Reddish's car. I
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Come In Save
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, ) left turn into the southbound
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--.t/: /'; i/ Officials Fear Future If County

I. Gets Race And Gas Tax Cut I

the needs are.; there and the
Cut The Fat Or Cut The Mustard? May 1. 1967 Gov.proposal Claude Kirks under road which program people will go along I'll support

Dear Gene: more highway constructionwould it"What
We would like to take this in the heavily makes Bradford's vet-
:Governor'Kirk's cut-the-fat Little merit can be'seen in such be done clerk fearful:,
budget message illustrated once minor proposals by the Governoras means to publicly appreciation! express to oursincere the populated areas adversely of South affect Flor- however eran is the possibility that

again the truth of the old adage: the use of paperback textbooksand Bradford County Fair Association ida Bradford, won't County: in the Im- the present<: stale Legislaturewill

"You can't have your cake and the payment of a substantial c and the Bradford coun- mediate future, in the opinionof hold the line on ad val
to dam- 'J for their spirit taxes and, at tne same
cat It too. deposit by parents cover .. ty Farm Bureau observers here. orem
Cutting( the fat and eliminating age to books by their children of cooperation: so generously "We're in good shape now," time, take away the present
ro-spon- of track
In equal Distribution
demonstrated( Darby
waste in state and local during the year. County Clerk Charles
government County'sstrawberny
seventh cent of
of Bradford taxes and the
eorshlp that
are laudable goals, but it i is The same thing goes for theGovernor's / exhibit at the recent says. The only two roads gasoline tax.Bradford .
at presentthe -
often the case of one man's fat proposal of a $50 per Festival of Florida Foods are badly needed road" at now receives $7.000

being another man's lean. In cutting quarter increase in tuition at the held in Orlando.Approximately. Brooker"hydrocarbons and SR 16 from per month from the one million -
state's colleges and universities.It 100,000 peo- of gasoline sold in
the fat, care must be taken Starke to the Clay County line ; gallons
is hard to how we're to looked and saw. and some The House Financeand
that a bit of the hide doesn't go see ple County -are already on the State the county
become "first in education" by even tasted, Bradford list: for Taxation Committee Mon-
with it. There is a wide differenceof during the Road* Department's
it costly and diffi- grown strawberries out. day approved and sent to the
making more
to what constitutes In- construction, he pointed
opinion as of the Florida
four days floor a bill to redistribute the
cult for the mass of students to Half a million dollars
fat.For attend institutions of higher dustries Exposition.investment of been borrowed to build the hy- seventh cent of the gasolinetax
instance: i is the highly The actual our drocarbons road to primary, on a formula giving more
praised'new' '' ublic flchoo11di'lder.' learning. less than $250 shared by buy to biff counties andes/ to the
field of (Brad- specifications and to
in the
And not only
three The move was
is it 1 The small ones.
garten program/'fat"-or a .p Fair Association, right-of-way for
education does the "cake adage"hold ford County for
major victory
behave :' a
major step in charting Florida'sCour9e County Farm Bur- county is also attempting
true. Take the Governor'sproposal Bradford frban legislators\ who have
''toward: that'goal' so often to cut back on appropriations ,O 'j': eau, and the Bradford: County the hydrocarbons rood it sought the change for years
road so
ispouaed by:the ''Go'el'nor"flrstin Chamber of Commerce]1. represents declared! a primary
under the old apportion-
"' "'' for the Forestry Depart- .0025 cents for each per- will be maintained by the
education. a rc L1 ment lacked the power to putIt
others.In exhibit.In .
ment, among many O who saw the SRD.
'' eon
Local school ,officials do not support of this request he addition, many newspapers Once those two projects are through

place $the 'kindergarten program has suggested that the countiespay throughout Florida and completed the county will be The new formula would distribute
In the category 'or-"fat.: In fact, a larger portion of the cost!; Georgia carried an Associated in excellent shape. Darby three-fourths of
the basis of where
they consider, one of the most sate Press picture of BradfordCounty's says. Plans are also under way revenue on
''of forest fire control units. He has!'i Strawberry at Santa Fe the taxes are collected and
National for some paving
Successful\ :. and rewarding pro- proposed, in fact, that the coun- Miss Patty Hendley Lake. one-fourth on basis of land

grams undertaken -by the school ty's share of the cost be increased 1 Queen kissing Florida's Governor But Darby agrees with State area. The system currently in

)'stem'b re'In many years. from three cents an acre on for- Claude Kirk. This is tile type Senate Pres. Verle Pope who effect under which Bradford.

Classrooms to house eight kin- est lands, annually, to twelve good will promotion that will fears the tax load that will be averages $?,000 per month,

dergarten units have been constructed'In cents an acre. This means that help to sell berries next year. placed on future generations calls for a third on the basis
Thanks! for letting u. tell of FlorIdians if all the state's of population a third on land
.the do'u&ty, and teach- Bradford County, now paying '
., through aiea, and a third on the road
'this utory. needs are
ers have been for next for this -
$3,990 annually purpose, mileage of 1931.
:, Sincerely bonds which would temporarily
year. Our school officials were would some $15 !>60-a $12- ', ; . ..
pay ,
?. .. '' 1. '" David I*,. Coats hold the line on new taxes. The new formula wculd cut
preparing to apply for state fundsto 000 increase-or lose its fire con- "' Dr1 '6 k' .' l' ,1 ".1'" President Bradford County The state's first Republican Bradford's seventh cent fund

pay a major portion of kinder- trol unit. This increase alone .. \. ... (, ; \ : ; ;.: :: ,dJli')0 '' Chamber of Commerce. governor in 92 years! has said approximately In naif.

garten cosf.s.De.'d.year, but those would mean a third of a mill increase :1.4d:: : '. : 149C 1QA he will see that the state's increasing If the race track tax funds
hopes will bqrtlashed" Governor in taxes-and still\ the Gov- i needs are met with- now distributed: equally between -

Kirk's recommendation is carried ernor talks of ad valorem tax relief Puncturing "The American Dream"FARMER'S Tag DeadlineIs out new taxes. the 67 counties were

but that no additional kinder- But the clerk agrees with also taken away it could meana
Gov. Kirk when he says that loss of $230,000 to Bradford
garten units be financed in the Take away our race track
DIARYknow May 20 the populous areas of South County, about a quarter of the
hext biennium. He would limit
money away our gas Florida are in dire need of new county's budget.

state kindergarten support to the tax money give us a greater roads. "Our budget can never be

12 counties that already enjoy share of expenses now paid by the The question arises as to it.While. Deadline to purchase 1967 "They definitely need roadsin any smaller' than it is now

state-supported kindergarten pro- state, and see if it adds up to ad whether our strawberry grow- went motor vehicle license tints is South Florida" Darby says, with the demands of the people -

grams. This would eliminate valorem tax relief. Who's kidding ers made any money this sea- down there at the we famous Saturday. May 20. "We don't have better roadsor ." Darby says. "There wouldbe

Bradford, whose $45,000 kinder- who? son or not. We put It to a man out Dick for and dinner Millie's restaurant at There are Just 12 more days more of them-they Just no way we could curvlve.

garten program this year was To quote the Tampa Tribune: who has raised berries himself Johns Pass and had their specialty left before the 20t;,. Last have more people." The clerk nays that several
supported by Federal funds- and who Is in close contact Madeira. It was week from Monday April 24. to Opinion in Bradford's court- homeowners in the county are
the chief tax burden result- -ehrlmp
with farmers. He sold "Well with crab- Monday May I, 389 tags were house Is that the people of now paying as much as $50
funds which intended stuffed
are primarily ing from the Kirk would shrimp
program they are keeping quiet and you butter purchased, and business was Florida will be difficult to con- per month in taxes Just to live
1 'A meat, and broiled with :a
for use in programs to benefit fall upon property owners, for this week. vince when It comes to a bond
can figure that out foi yourself sauce, and we en- picking up in their homes. Ad valorem
only underprivileged children. The county school boards will be called ." and wine morsel of It. Especially About 4.000 more tags are issue to finance the mammoth taxes are at a saturation point,

kindergarten program should upon to make up deficiencies in Jo"ed every, as to start with, we expected to be sold by then, $500 million in primary high- he states.

benefit all-not just children state aid. And It is the property It may be, as suggested had:: an oyster cocktail, on the according to Information way construction over the next It would take an,, additional.

from lower income families. owner in Florida who already is that the berry growers did McGarvey\ l last day of.the fresh oyster from Tax Collector J. R. Kelly.s five years, Gov. Kirk says is seven mills to make up a total

Then there's the matter of most heavily taxed. make some money' this season, By Sam season. office. Through Monday necessary. The governor also loss of race track funds. Brad-
a.238 new tags has been purchased says that only an estimated ford millage Is now at IS,
Kirk's proposal to cut the one cent "Governor Kirk's and we hope they did. But you
to available
representation compared approximately million will be
$214 which means it shoot
beaches St. Pete would
the by up
be that If that freeze
can sure
per lunch appropriation that the to his television audience Alice enjoyed the trip, but 8,640 during from present revenue, leaving to about 22 at approximately
hadn't come along when it did
state has been paying to counties that he is protecting them from even more she enjoyed her 1966. $300 million to be raised $43. OO per mill.
they would have made a lot
The highway is about as birthday presents -a Japan
for their lunchroom programs. new or additional taxes is there- more. Kellv's office expect to through his proposed bond issue The county's assessed evalu-
to drive as we've ever lamp which she always
easy: any ese
Bradford has been 6.000 tags between April 1 ation in 1966
receiving fore as meaningless as his claimof seen, and you can zoom alongat wanted for the hallway table sell was $41,261,550in
Around $4,100'annuany from this making Florida first in educa- Right now the berry fields 70 (being more conservative and two Bouganvlllla plantsfor and May 20 with the other "Pope hit It right on the taxable property. Accordingto

ource. If it> is cut off,. that ia an tion. The Legislature will\) have are being swarmed ever by stuck in the right lane the yard. The frost may 2.600 being bmchaned during head." Clerk Darby says referring Tax Assessor Gene Long,

added expense that must be made the last word on the state's educational housewives who are picking and held to 60-65)) and the get the latter, but we'll enjoy the year as new vehicles are to the Senata presi- who says he can" estimate yet
their own fruit at various purchased or newcomers dent's statement that he has how much it will Increase in
from miles flying past before them in the meantime.
DP local tax monies or else It's go you
program. word, we prices. The going price at the bring them Into the county. great reservations about sucha '67. a million dollar increase

passed on to school patrons in the trust, will be more reliable than start was 25 cents a quart, Top tag purchases prior to bond program. But the Sen- would be as good a "guess" as

form; of higher lunchroom fees. Mr. Kirk's." but competition drove It down 1966 was about 7,000. "We've ate head also said he might go. any right now. But that would

A last week to 15 cents a quart. along with the bonds "If additional
got a lot of new people, mean only an $15-
Kelly says and 1.640 increasein things develop so it appears 000 in tax revenue at 15 mills.
I Take A Good Look Then DecideEvery It stayed dry right along i tag sales last year would

through last weekend, and For Today's Homemakers seem to support his statement Cancer Claimed
there were no. signs at that leal, Insurance protection.In .
citizen in the City of But would that be true in this time of a break In the By Martha Sue McCain addition to domestic em-

Starke big enough to lean over instance? drought. The one rain we had County Extension ployers, Watson also reminded 18 Lives Here
the to Social Security other employers that their
proverbial back yard fence lecentlr. which amounted
knows of the discord that now, The city council has the responsibility an inch or more In some sections Home Economics Agent Tax On Household regular quarterly reports arc Last Year

to operate the cityas did: little to relieve the due by,April 30 and that there
4& it has for many months, runs it sees fit, but its policies can- effects of the prolonged dry i';;' 4 1 '" Help Due Apr. 30 Is a penalty for late filing. Bradford County had 15S

rampant between the city clerk not be carried out if another spell. SOMETHING SPECI\L To Thaw Strawberries deaths reported in 1966, and

and city council. Citizens should elected official, who has no real FOR MOTHER'S DAY Frozen fruits thaw easily if Did you pay a household 18 of,theae 11 per centwere -

also}', be cognizant of the fact that, authority on the policy making We moved our clocks ahead Strawberry Angel Cake left over night on a shelf In worker a total of $50 or more the result of canc.r.StatewIde .

under these conditions their city by. an hour last Sunday, and This dessert treat shows the refrigerator. If you wish during: January. February, and FFA NEWS during 1966.. an
government operates at less than level, can thwart every move. No imagine that most folks did how a plain angel cake from you can thaw the unopened March? If so, a social securitytax estimated 10,687 FloridIans

its most efficient level. cooperative effort can be effici- also. However, you can be sure the supermarket can be dress- package In a bowl of hot report was due April 30 died of cancer. In the six-year
ently implemented in business! or that some forgot it, or moved ed up to be very special. water. aci'orcling to Thomas C. Wat- BRADFORD CHAPTERThe period 1961 to 1966. cancer

It has reached the point ,that the home, when either partner is them the wrong way, and got So pretty and pink so TIPS ON GELATIN win, Jr.. Field Representative! took the lives of 57.054 Flor1da.cltJ1.ens .

the dissension is the city's big- less than willing. all tangled up as a result. As strawberry good 10 easy to In''' a recipe where otter Ingredients for nodal security in Starke. Starke and Bradford equivalent to the

gest and most pressing problem. Would city government be for us, we didn't think the sun put together- Strawberry An- are to be mixed with All housekeepers, cooRs Chapter went to Gainesvillelast population of such Florida

But it is finally coming to a head. efficient and more would ever go to bed that first gel Cake is made to honor gelatin it is Important that maids, babysitters, and other Friday. Bradford's Chapter cities as Tallahassee and
responsive to the night. mother on her special day! the gelatin be JUST BEGINNING household employees are cov- GaInesville.The .
The City Council is now making demands of the citizens if the One package [(3 oz.J] straw- TO THICKEN. Usuallywe ered under the social security placed fourth Procedure.in Parliamentary and- Cancer Society urges

determined; effort to get at the clerk or police chief were appointed But speaking again about berry flavored gelatin three- say this when the "gelatin programVat said. Anyone fourth in Tractor Driving. the public to learn and recognize -

heart of the problem. Decisive action officials? Would being appointed berries, we see where a move fourths cup boiling eater, 1 looks like unbeaten egg white." paying such a person $30; () Starke Chapter placed secondIn the seven warning signals

is being taken on delinquent hamper either officer in car- Is afoot to curb the importation package 110 oz.I frozen sliced Which means the gelatin is or more in cash in a calendar Public Speaking. of cancer, 'and to realize the

Utility accounts and, clearly, the rying out his duties as established of them from Mexico, by strawberries thawed *; 1 cup still soft and sort of "lunny." quarter must file a tax report Both chapters are holding importance of early detectionand
council intends imposing a duty. It Is under- evaporated milk; 1 tablespoon If the gelatin has thickened almost with Internal Revenue Service. tonIght prompt proper treatmentof
to keep on top of in the Charter? their highlight of the year
the problem. standable that growers in this lemon Juice; 8 or 9 inch round to the point of setting, itwill Watson said that an envelope I Thursday] at 8:30: p.J the, disease
The council, as the city's governing country should try to protect angel food cake." get up. at once when It Form 842 ia available at any m. Daylight Saving' Time. We

"The local bill recommended by body, should be able to their markets from competition Place gelatin In a medium comes in contact with the cold Social. Security or Internal expect ,,350 members, parents, Alice May Jones

tale council, under which the citizens have its policies acted upon unhampered which Is able t to( produce size mixing bowl. Add boiling whipped evaporated milk '- Revenue Service Office for reporting and guests to attend cur annual -
get to vote on appointing at far lower labor costs water and stir until completely and there will be bits of firm : the earnings. Services HeldMrs.
a by any other official, banquet In the hIgh
city clerk dissolved. Cool slightly, then gelatin which are not able to Each employer Is responsiblefor
and a police chief is school cafeteria. It will be in
elected or otherwise. In other agricultural developments stir In the thawed strawber- be smoothly mixed in and the both the 4,4 Alice May Jones. ,,82
working its paying percent honor of the outstanding members -
npw Legislature way through the Each citizen will have a chanceto we read that a new ilo5' Chill until gelatin: just mixture will not be evenly deducted from all earnings of our chapters. Honorary widow of John Sinclair Jones,

in Tallahassee. state his opinion on these issues method of harvesting citrus beiiiiu to thicken lit should smooth< and creamy. of the employee up to Chapter Farmer awalds will died last Friday; after en extended -

l It Is incumbent upon every citiz in the voting booth before fruit has ben devised whereby still be soft and sort of "run Whipping Evaporated Milk $6,600 and the matching 4.4 also be given at this time. illness. She was bon) in
a fruit tree is wired electrically ny"l.] Meanwhile As it comes from the can, County on June 11, ,
n of the city to himself examine long. It's imperative to the wel- pour evaporated per cent paid by the employer. -James Allen Reporter- Bradford
the situation closely. The people'schoice and when a good portion of milk is stiff and will hold evaporated milk is rich and All tax reports for the quarter! Bradford Chapter. 1884; the daughter of the late ..
fare of our city that time betaken the fruit I 18 ripe a charge of -- is indeed
a precious com- now for a thorough studyof electricity causes the fruit to form around edges of the when it is icy cold. The simplest mitted by April SO. iJ
rfiodity and should not be given drop. It sounds like Rube milk. Chill beater and bowl for '",'aw to chill evaporated TROOP 70 Js J Funeral services were held I I
the problem from angle.It It In of great to
lip lightly. In too many instances, every Goldberg stuff to vs. but we whipping also. Turn icy evap- milk is to pour the amount importance SCOUT NEWS & at 4 p. Saturday in Hope
the that these
it. seems, government is slipping wouldn't hurt to take timeto have learned not to discount orated milk Into cold bowl and called for in the recipe into a employee be tiled. The quarterly returns I B Baptist Church at Theressa

farther and farther from the peo- attend a council meeting to see many of the.new things. whip until foamy. Add lemon clean ice cube tray. [Never dilute report give the worker credit The Boy Scouts of America with Rev. Merle Packham and ,
.5 juice and whip until evaporated evaporated milk to be at Rev. Fred Dodd officiating. Interment -
pJe. how under social security which he Troop 70 went camping
things really go. And there is a machine that mluk is stiff and will holda whipped II I] Put it in the freez- needs to receive retirement Gold Head Branch State Park was in the church

has been invented to pick: cu- peak. Fold in gelatin mix- ing compartment until Ice crystals benefits recently. cemetery under direction of

cumbers. That sounds impossible ture lightly but thoroughly.Chill have formed In the milk, menu. Since or medicare disability is pay.now After setting up tents at DeWItt C. Jones Funeral
because of the tangledway until mixture mounds that la, until it is partly froz- Home.
in effect these reports are 6:30: p m. they hiked to Lake
IQ, The Bradford County Telegraph the vines ,grow. But again when dropped from a spoon. en. Turn into a cold bowl and even more important because Johnson and went swimming.
before 'we scoff at the Idea. Meanwhile, slice angel food beat rapidly with a cold teater. RETIRE TEACHERSTO
i 47 ESTABLISHED 1879 we'll wait to find out more cake crosswise Into three even It evaporated milk does not beginning\ next year workers Doing the night a skunk :MEET MAY 11
must have some coverage strolled through the camp and
about how the scheme works. layers. When strawberry mix- whip stiff, it can be ve-chUled of
The Retired Teachers
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher ture has thickened enough to and whipped: again it will under social security to( be the boys chased him off. Sat- 'Br dtord. Clay, and Union
and med- morning they took: a
We finally got around to spread easily, spread between t not turn to butter.Evaporated eligible for hospital urday
q Florida'' Oldest \Vwkly! Newspaper( Published OntlnouMjrUnder hike through the ravine had Counties will meet In the
.Ief.d driving on 1-73 last weekend- layers of cake, then frost sides milk will whip Starke USO building Thurs-
The Sumo Mot Ilrad.
when used It to to In- Chill until about stiff, and triples In vol- lunch cleaned up the camP-
we get and top. set very day, May 11, at 10 aim Officers -
_,,/ ]'j lOt'I"DbU dian Rock) Beach for a celebration 3 to 4 hours. Makes. 10 to 12 ume when whipped. Whipped Since evaporated milk; ta used site, and passed their tests. for next year will be
JIed each Thursday And. entered M Second CliUM !Matter art the Post Orflue of Alice's birthday. It servings. evaporated milk will rot stay Undiluted for whipping, this The Scouts are preparing for elected at this time.

"P '.at'Storfce, 'Florida' under Act of March 3rd, 1879. sounded like a long trip, but One and one-half cups stiff for a long1 time unless an means that foods prepared. the raft race down the Su-

Sam left work; at Gainesville fresh strawberries 1T\86'I''' be' acid Ingredient-auch as lemon with evaporated milki an dou- wannee River and must be a
Subscription* In trade area 1 year, $...00; 6 month.*, 'Z.%$ on Friday afternoon and In an used. Juice is added to 'stabilize" it. ble-rich in all the nutrient of First Class Scout in order to Adjustable Vinyl Book

Ontotde trade area 1 year, ,...30; 6 months. 93.30 hour and three quarters, we NOTE: ThIs recipe! makes Usually. before i whipping. whole milk. Evaporated milk take part.Mike .Covers. All sixes 30 cents ea.

were at a cut-off road (S-S21 too much frost for one bar Lemon juice as in this recipe, is low in cost Ol.isy Scribe at The Telegraph.

which lad over to US-19 and cake, but not enough for two.. also sharpen the fruit flavor

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ROPING CLUBWINNERS shown will be held on Saturday night. May 6, I as follows: 'Clowns' Will I family were Mrs Debbie Phil son all of Jacksonville vlolted,
,nights until further notice Trophy winners are: Mary; CLOVEItl.KAr:: lips and Mr. and MT3 Simeon Sunday afternoon with- Mr.
The April 29 show was the .Toyner. 7 and under; Bonnie I 7 and! under: Keith Carter Phillips and family cf Mac- :and Mrs. John North and
final one counting: toward Hall, 8 to 12 yo.irs; Ernie I Mark Joyncr Ponn Drown, Play Here clenny, family.
The Bradford l Roping Club Aprll's high point trophies. Trlest 13 to 19; Edward Williams I Bobby Carter, Linda Grlffia, : confined
held, its first Saturday night and Dora 'FE'feat. On 12th < I L E. Wellhousen was -
Horje Show last week, starling These awards will be presented 20 and over. I May I Ii to the Bradford County
8 12 Klmbo\ For-
at 7 30 the at the show on Saturday Winners In each vent are I to yearn: Hospital last week.
:, : p.m. weekly I syth, Sandy Morgan Ronnlo i HAMMOND
Dero Austin 31 Inch midget ,, Mr.and Mrs. Lee Coverdale
Hall, Johnny Lee, Rodney Grlf
I. I fls. baseball star of the Indlan- V I ot Noblesvllle\ Ind. returnedto ORGAN STUDIOFactory
opollt! Clowns will be on handto their home last week after AuthorizedHammond
13 to 19: Ernie Trlcat. EllliGilfflH
entertain fans when he appears a three week vacation herewith Organ
Greg: Wood, RalphMorgan
with the famous. nine at Mr and Mrs. Dave Cov- Seder ft Service

20 and over: Edward Williams !- Bradford:! High School field onFriday at erdale and son. Learn to play! ths easy way

WBANGIiE- Henry Lawson, Sonny May 12 at 8 p. m. ItN Mr. and Mrs CharVw! Cowan:: 110 N. W. 10th AT*
Lawson Adro Brown. Midget Dero says he has and Mr. and Mrs. John Ander- GainMvUle Shopping Center

It.VKRKIKAVK: been shagging baseballs! since I
he "knee high to a 'ass-
was gi
> 7 and under: Dean Brown
Mark Carl..r.Keith ,
Joyner. Bobby

BIGGER SAVINGS 1itr _"ff Linda Carter.Carter, Randy Brown manager that Dero of is the worth Clowns his weightIn says I I BUSINESSES:

In ati second bills
8 to 12: Ronnie Hall, liraJ: cold, filling How would these
Carter Rodney Griffin, Perry base and serving as tha club's
be if
paid were
secretary.The you
Bryant Sandy Morgan.
4 during ourMAGIC I 13 to 19: Ralph Morgan midget will pull some of f disabled tomorrow?

Louise Noegel, Krnlo Trlest his antics along with other I.

).tw .4 1. -/ Ellis Griffin star comedians on the team ,'r, '' '-:: ., Salaries Light Water Laundry

20 and over: Adro Brown : y ..". '....'11.: ". .', !Heat Telephone Taxes
including Birmingham Sam, .I : .: --' ..' c. .. -. "! Rent -
:Merrill Griffis, Edward Williams !. I
GHEE1Ili : Bill For yth. Billy Vaughn and the star Tickets to the exhibition| member of the Garden Rest- Nationwide'. run nee that you get the rush you ne..l-when

ARENA: BACK I. pitcher. Satchel. Paige. I I game are available from any. I| aurant Softball team. I I you iced. it. Nationwide hit. a Business" Protector I'luu

: I 7 and l under: Keith Carter, that make. mire your *"|MMiMf>H are taken rare of If you're

A Mark Joyncr Deun Brown,, )I and rnn't work. Nationwide' ItutlnrMN' Protector
\ I .m.m +a.m.m.r and' Saturday of last week due daughter, Mrs. James Coleman, disabled"
Bobby Carter, Randy Brown, to a death in the family. and family while her ;daughter. ,'IMrl Plan ran provide.. up to $iO011( per month, with I.i maximumof

OLD1RANGE Linda Griffin. David Jones of Williamson D. B. Griff was In the,, 80 per cent of Shed business. e\penH< allowable. Ben -
8 to 12: Ronnie Han KimbrForsyth
Brad Carter, Rodney MAXVILLEBy Ga.! was a recent visitor here hospital. | flt. start after It or 30 days', a* you gelwt-ami continue.
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lucas Earl Drlggers returned last 13 months.
Qrlffla Sandy Morgan. up
BOUNDS-U' 13 to 19: Kelly Forsvth, Mrs A, C. Slake. and family. week from a months' duty In ''I Call me today for more detail about Nation"Ide';* Ru....
Mrs. Avory Slade and son California.Mr.
Danny Bats, Ernie Trlest, Ellin Phone 2804(011AAAAAAAAAAAA
Protector Plan:
Cliff Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Mrs. B. F. Coleman lies
Griffin. Lura. and daughter Gayla. and daughter of Jacksonville Thu man from Nationwide Is l. on your Hide.
20 and over: Aldo Brown,
: and Mrs. Harley l Thomas spent the weekend here with .
Lawson, Edward Williams wq.
Henry SCHOOL NEWS attended the Country Music Mrs. Myrtle Coleman and son
"bounty time"*t your Magic Chef dealer J. T. Bass.LILID Thursday April 13 sixth Festival in Jacksonville. Donnic. {

y e-M a--s ( Sal T'r' right now. We aim to corral every old rang : RACK grade school students from the Sunday of last week Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Ohio Taylor,,
in town, and put a new Magic Chef Can 7 and under: Dean Brown Mamie Agnes Jones Elementary Mrs Avony Slade and family and family, of Jacksonville BILL POWELL 74

Range right where it belongs in YOUR Murk Joyner, Linda GrlffU School had a very Interesting were dinner guests of Mr. and were Sunday' visitors of Mr.

kitchen. See the new Magic Chef today !Dora Trlest, Bobby Carter, trip they traveled to Mrs. J, T. Hendry and family and Mrs. Vince Taylor and PHONE 961-6161 '
lets talk over the cracker Randy Brown. Cape Kennedy for a four. Pic- in Jacksonville. During the family. '
8 to 12: Ronnie Hall, Rodney nic lunches were enjoyed following !- visitedMr. 401 West Madison Street i' .
Slade family !
@@ barrel and euroaeehootin'you'Jl week the

? 0 Lee Brad Mr. and Mrs. Wlnford Harris h
!/ @ ] of 12900THICKER Grlffls, Johnny the tour. Chaperones and Mrs. Leon Fraser and t
a w a heap saving last
and visited
Carter, Randy Joyner. I were Mrs. Mecks Mrs.! Swan- Jacksonville.Mrs. family Starke Florid.1NatlnnwlrJt ,
:-: and get a mighty family weekend In \ with
on--: :: :: 13 to 19: Greg Woods! Kelly! boon and Mr. Jackson. D. B. Orlffls was a Hollywood
good bargain to boot. Ernie Tricst, Ellis relatives.
Fornyth, students
Monday: April 17 patient last week; in the Ed I
G rlf Cis. from Baldwin Jr. Sr. High Fraser Memorial Hospital in Mr. and Mrs. Harris Ayerof I
tm 20 and over: Edward Williams School traveled by Seaboard Macclenny. Jacksonville moved recentlyto ,

Bill Forsyth. Adro Railway to Tallahassee. Whilein Leroy Grlffls Is! confined to the former Avory Slade I

J. THESE FEATURES I Brown. Henry Lawson. Tallahassee students\ visited a Jacksonville hospital.Mrs. house.
BUDDY PICK-t'P the Capital Building Supreme Keith Wyman under- Mrs. Dan Byrd of Mayo vis-

*. Sealed 0\en Window and Light 7 and under: Bobby Carter, Court toured the FSU campus went surgery last 'week In. the ited here last week with Mr.

*. Fluorescent Bark uard Light Mark Joyner, Dora TrleJt, and Governor's Mansion. The Baptist Memorial Hospital 1 In and Mrs. J. D Bell ,and son t'i..'
--- Keith Carter.Randy 7:30 and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Harris. .
*. Clock with 1-hour Timer Linda} Grlffls. group left Baldwin at : a. Jacksonville
Brown. m. returning at 5 p. m. .
*. Mrs. Belle OWdens spent
Small Outlet Red
Appliance 8 to 12: Ronnie Hall Johnny; The final PTA meeting ol last week with her grand Saturday night visitors of Mutual Insurance Company Nationwide' Mutual. Fire I Invurjnc,+ Company
3450.31Y Wheel I.o-Temp Oven Control Lee, Brad Carter Klmbo For- this year and Open House at Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lucas and Natidnwlrta Lil. Iniuranea' Company .homo Micti Columbus Ohio

Roll-Out Smokeless Broiler syth Sandy Morgan. the Mamie Agnes Jones Ele- I

Removable 2-piecc Broiler Pan 13 to 19: Ernie Trlest, Louie mentary School was held =-,

*. Door Seal Removes for Cleaning Noegel Greg Woods Kelly Thursday night of last week .
Forsyth. In the schol caftcorlum. New \ :
20 and overt: Adro Brown officers for school term 1967-

Bill For ylh. Merrill Oru'fls. 68 were elected and installed

Sladc Gas and Harold Smith. Hugh Rowe will replace Mrs 5hid *

Appliances Manning as president. First JriJay Shrimp oLJdl,

THE RIGHT POINT for the vice-president will be Mrs ; .

way you write Come In Beulah Pouracker. P o 1- "

3:12: W. !Madison\ St. Phone 961-7701 and select' your favorite ES- lowing the meeting Open +- a
TERBROOK fountain pen. House was held. Refreshmentsof Starke
cookies and punch were at twin' Of

served from the lace covered

I. ISTAiUJHIO 104Bodcocfeb *> f. refreshment table. Roses were t.' FALL
1 used in various places of the
1 lunch room.BIRTHDAY,
( r11A
Iy i Sunday April 16 Mrs. Avory
1'' x r, r i I Ip,1.i Blade entertained at the Slade
RANCH OAK ,, Ar r w ,r I IS1Yrdy..DUtOb10 THE
home with a birthday dinner
\ +W Z f ti,, 3\ I f "'9u.u., .r Irt 1 honoring her husband Avoiy I II I

\ BUILT FOR YEARS y whose birthday was Monday,
V OFWEAR f 'K 'y April 17 and her son Cliff,
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whose birthday was Saturday BOILED SHRIMPYOU

f5Pc.UVINGROOMBoHtoueh April 22. An outdoor dinner
'+' 'w I with the Slade family was en-
Expanded Plastic Coven -r '+ '" I ') joyed by Marlon OriffU. of
h' "r- .,
Platform y :
gvtr. 4" Poly Reversible Zippered '- III Jacksonville\ Mr. and Mrs.
Cuihioni. All-Ovn Oak Frame. Each 3 ocks w : 4 ?- "i I Joseph Lucas and daughter

Ceat Has Platform Dock Over 5 No- Ouyla. Claude Green, Mr. and CAN EAT I

Cog Springs.rCOlOS 5r Mrs. Harris Aycr and Joseph
Jenkins. Other visitors during
; Brown,Oliv* $229
the day were Mrs. Leon Fraser
and family and Mrs. Fr aser's
.ffopowN eat au-" niece Shell Fraser, Mr. and
Mrs J, T. Urn-dry of Jacksonville -

and Mr. and Mrs. Harley SERVED WITH .

Maxvllle boys plaved Doc- y '
tors' Inlet boys Sunday' on
1 t :
home grounds. The srore: was AND CRACKERS ; *:

17-4 In favor of Doctor's Inlet. ) .......... --.
The boys have just started a .
team managed by Ed Wiikln- ,. ,
oi\ and Gene Johnson. Practice -
I Is held every Wednesday g SAUCE .

Friday and Saturday afternoon ... _;., ... .J
I The third of the -M'
.I ,1 arl r WITH iUHT-IN COtNII IND TABUS season for our boys and the .
& 'c LIVINGROOM VALUES first to lose was against Doc- ,
I / 100% Nylon Fat Friei Covert
tors Inlet.
1 Our uying Ccmixlt, *** S......... ,a ,
: "
I, r / Carntr, end end Table. Hov. H". nPr the Market I* lrln. V." This Revival services will start :

r 40 Inch .. ... $ HH tv..tU"b.llo..blyl.ewPri., Sunray night May 7 at the,I Si
S f j uu> Plattic Topi. v I $ '
*' i 9 995 O".f These llvln I '. mOr :
I tech ;
ibk. Fear Cnhiaiu.. Inlaid, foom Bj Maxvllle Baptist Church. ; ;
tp ..... The Ovtltomllnfl. ReV'I )
: t r l7 : Back. B up> .pr. J. C. Jennings pastor of SERVED FROM '.. ; 5 0 ;

COlOAfr $20 DOWN$3 A Will Value .!TKal Manufacture. ory Grove Baptist Church will I ',.'." ,I II
be conducting services nightly.
r. : elu.
:* .
F : I 4
1. .Gold Compare Everyone la invited; to attend. I 1:00: A.M. ...: ; .
Rev. Bobby Knight pastor of I I ... J"" '". .
at $239.95 Is Revival .
the church conducting \

4 services this week at I TO ,
r'i ,
k .
Black Creek Baptist Church. '
., 4 r4 ..ar.,... :.-' .Gold I .f. :
CHURCH' NEWSHomecoming
10:00 P.M. '
Services were ,
I :
held Sunday at Mt. Zion Bap- ".I_. o "...Aa '
tist Church with dinner on the : "
grounds. Singing was enjoyed :
dinner the Williams \.) 0 I .
after by .
.I. I :
(. .i. ", ( ,
family and the Lon!branch .
: I '
R. T. Williams ;
Choir. Rev. ,
,' r / The Sofa That If'ill fit I I '
/ r 1 +' ; pastor of the church. I' t7. .,
a dlosjAnySisellome.
t If'' r !
l Revival services were held :r. ..
r last week at the Longbranch
Baptist Church with Evangelist f r 'rpt.:'';. t' ::.
Williams of Jacksonville
con- 4' '- :' .

ducting services nightly. Sing- :..,t"" ., .'
5-PIECE UVINGROOM SiaiONAlDeluxe ing by Week's Family. Max- ... .
vllle Quartet and other groups
F' 1 Cover over 4Vi"+ Reversible '
1 ? Frieze Nylon
were enjoyed during the week
k 7't 0 Poly Foam Cujhioni. Sewn Quilted Back over I" $70 DOWN $3 A WEEK Rev George W. Wilkinson, 0

of Foam. ..jr ;pastor of' the church.A 1{ OF STARKEPHONE

new concrete flooring was :
poured last week in the Civic

$ Club and;! Clinic building: by the -
county. The Clinic will be 961-7600

open first Tuesday of every
i 128 S. Walnut St. Phone 96.1.5289tom month from 1 p. m. to 3 p. m. DAVID ,L. COATS GENERAL MANAGERI

; .-::::!.. PERSONALSMr.
Herman Willis, Owner -Bill Wilson, Manager and Mrs. Harris AyerIn
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.... ...yy .y..y... y 8 p.m.. Training Vhloti 7 p.m. spending a few days with her tng bri '5vilas XaizaWth: 'Terry P'lo..141ihl.. 18th flay of<< April.. :NO. Df"It'rlptloD Amount "of 1'IUM yta. bit crlpflon ? Amount 'Of 'Taxes

Midweek services Wednesday niece, Miss Dorothy Swanbom.Mr. on Wednesday of last week 1487.Oeo. L. Patten of land IJ 'J' R A Ofter aA4 Cbfoh of landtStltBH $I '1"8 'A Owner'' Md Costs

8 p.m. and Mrs. H. F Chapped Judge of the Olroult Courtof Of '
LAWTEYy 190-W/A'of, SW14 .1 of Lot 4.
Church of God: Sunday of Atlanta, Oa. visited Mr and the Eighth" Judicial Circuit 8EK N 01 PUbllo In Lawwy K of Ry: O.t...- Dftip> 4..*

School 10 Worship 11 Mrs. J. H. Eunice and family of Florida. In and for 1572-W IA of Lot
a.m. THE RIGHT POINT for the Bradford County. 814& loft PSWY 83 In Town:. of
$y Blanchard.VAAAAAAAAA a.m. and "7 p.m. YPE Wednesday during the week. the way: :you write. Come >In. I! 4-27 3t 0lllbo'Pit'n which L'.a' 111 of St Lawtey. E of TRy10BTAM3 Edward Jene SMIt

7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting: Mr. and Mrs H. E. Priest and eelect favorite ES-! Rd S236 A N ot CeOr 'bin at
. *VAAA."'A" Friday 7:30: p.m. and Lamar spent Sunday your \ OF urt-KitiTTow TORgGICTER Rd 11 1 111 '42 RaI.llh V Crosby 11.93 Inter of N Linn A

PTA 'NOTICELawtoy : Highland Baptist: Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Priest's TERBROOK fountain pen. FICTITIOUS' NAME( 114-44%, ot SW4 Clot Jflly R/W Par ot to RR flat '
Notice. la hereby given that SW\4\ & ESQ of roS'
9:45 Worship 11 brother-in-law and sister Mr. for Pob, a1O6"
Junior Kgh; PTA School : a.m.,
the undorclirned/ under the provisions 5W14 Ex 104.ln
will meet ftt the school afe- a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Choir and Mrs. George R. Summer NOT1CKX of Chapter 80.053:J Law NW Cor 13 8 8& 90 W' J Qlalett ., In,81 Blk;,57 10 838''on.a N Lrne Par :t0. '7 ".,'.1' ".'t m, IIIr. I.

torlum on Tuesday evening. practice 6:30: p.m. Prayer tin, in Lake City. of Florida, .Arts of 1941 ; wllregister 181-A--S\4\ ot NWY to RR 10&, w to
: will Clark of the
not with the
May ... The talent how will meeting: Wednesday 7:30: p.m. We are pleased to note that responsible for Circuit Court, In and for Brad- of RE14 sa 9 t1 "16 Dan II Stubbs. Pcb .; k 23 itTnlted tVmdlnsr.

be a feature ot the evening: Sympathy la extended to Mrs. L. S. Tanner Is improvingin any debts made by anyone ford County Florida, upon receipt 88-I-I..t I ot Blk "I, t TWl8-N 4 of Lot 57 J, tit-, Co.. J/a 88.Ifelonalw ."
other than myself.-Sam Mc- of proof of publication of 8 of LakeShores u.n'l In .
Crosby Lawtey E
and'the first grade will present Mrs. Milo Smith Mrs. Willie St. Vincent Hospital Jacksonville of .
factitious name tlyY8211
Cutchen. 4.13 4tp G-41 thin notice the Harold Smith Barbwr 7.71
a May Day program. Dobbs and Mrs. Emory Eu- of Jack' Restaurant under Let a* 'bee...
There'wfll also be a bake sale. nice In the recent death of Rev. J. E. Llngerfelt of M1<1- which I am engaged, In business TOI-Lot 8 ot 7Uk 111 In Deed. Bk S'ltPnffe :
!. Tie Court ot the Coemtyii on U. S. 301 South, Starke. Flo.Jamea .
Everyone come .end make it a their father Dale Mitchell, in dleburg: was visiting Mr. and <'W', Hra
good meeting- Lebanon. Va. Mrs. L. M. McClellan and Mr. Florida, tm I>.....b.t..n Hampton Florida, Mile owner. I Ea,,''''.'.11, ''h iQunter, ca.U 'fe A W by "60' >TA '1 e r"f .L .., h ,

CHURCH ACTIVITIESQrace We also extend sympathy to and Mrs. Earl Mosley Sunday re' : K.late. of ETHEL Dated this 14th day of April S08-n-'Par as DaM 8 In NB Cor of
MANDY WHITE Deceaeed.. 1987 at Starke, Bradford County Lot 15
Methodist- Sunday Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Mrs. afternoon.Mr. To All Creditor .and Persons. Florida. !In or n-113 38 8 111 14,29 (Halel 8rk.lt'b' nu:: '1nvetft Mid !State! ''Owl>. ....

School 0:45: L. H. HInote In the loss of and Mrs. W. E. Bushof flawing Claims or 4-30 4tohjr E-ll 821.'B-Pa. a. ::1 Desoto .. I l'U9-I.A 1110' 8q In
: a.m. Worship 11 "" ..In.t Said Estate: D.mand'i 01' n-llo as 8 11 It JI'.rnll Smith 11,04 RW
her C"nr
Jones Ga. are visiting 01 SWy
Alice Austell.
a.m. and 8 p.m. Prayer Circle their aunt., Mrs. You and each of IW: COUNTY JUHOB'S'] COI'ItT I.C.24-Lot 114 of ot 8'1i1' >44 :JOt I II Rfoerh Names

Monday 9 a.m. Choir practice in Theressa. mother, Mrs. Daisy Starling', hereby notified and: required. topreient JM AMO FOR BttAI>KOHIrOVVTY > Sampson Lake 8mane,. COo" b14

Wednesday 7 folowed Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and her 'brother, Eugene Star- any claims. and demand I : FLORIDA Shores W If: Smith ,.11 1684-1 Lot tOO' N &
p.m. by .
In Estate ofT
which you. or either of set UI-O.III-Lbt 1111 '
Senior "MYF' fet 8 p.m. were visiting relatives In ling, and family at the home you may: have aralnat the en- B. PINHOLSTErt, ..Ik/| .." Sampson L a k e A Ill by SW 110'BA Coli 01 W14 W
Ocala Sunday afternoon.Mrs. of the latter. tate of Ethel Mandy Wnltedeoeaaed TRILBY BAXTER PINHOliSTBH Shores ll.of { 11-.
First 'W. 11 Smith 1.23 NEY, or NW% II I Z2 LJ Padgettt 1..
Baptist: j
i late of eald County deceased ,
I2I-C.28-Lot "
Paren- 28 of 4'
10 a.m. Worship 11 CChOOl1) Mabel Peterson and son Mr. and Mrs. Don to the County Judge of Bradford NOTICE TO CREDITORS Sampson Lake 't86 -Lot as Dew intlr
Gainesville call- .estate ef Bk "14.686. 25 8 21 MId 11t.." 'fIorbe.ao. ..
Martin of Chicago IU. are ,I luazl of were County, Florida, at his All creditor of the horee 'w It &mttk ".)1
L--. ... office In the court house of T. B. Pin holster, deceased are .aU-pelf ftt 'NW \ .a.15,
said. County at Starke. Flor- hereby notified and required to 821.C.Z7-Lot 11 'Of 1..1 1 '. CM ot SW lt. of .
Ida within alx calendar file. any alatms or demands Sampson" LakeShores 8W'\4'(\ ot IIfW\4\
month from the time of the. which they may have .against \v H .....Itbl 1.11821C.28.Lot Run A 100' for
first publication of this notice aid estitte ia the office of the .
i 118 of j'' PObL 1J! 7F. 8 100'. .11
Mach claim or demand hall be county! Judge of Bradford County Rampson Lak.Shores W 1/1'/ N 400' to
In writing i>.." hail ctate the Florida In the courthouseat Pdb
U8UI.0.21tLot U 6 III State 71_.
plaoe of residence and poet of Htarke. /Florida. within six Moil 11.711>
fire. addreii of the claimant; calendar month from the .of 010I" Mw! I886rBHof .
and shall be sworn to by the of the first publication of .this Sampson LakeShores 114W .!.
: ot SW\% EX *S ( kt 10 :toe Jenkins "fcst I ;st187tNW"I4
claimant. HIS agent. OR attorney notice.. Each claim or demand. W H Smith 1.16
and ." "-.... Of W
such claim .
any or demand must ben writing and must 821-C-30-Lot' 80 of 4
.. H of "BWVt, .5 5 32 10 A'T'1'aa > 1/31
not filed shall '
so be void. tate the. pine of residence and Sampson LakeShores 1875-SFi'ii of NEV ..
Olin W. Whit. Jr. post office.address of the claim ''w E 8nIth I. of SWH E of Rdmv

A* executor of the. Lat Will ant and must be sworn to by 'Ut.C.at-Lot S1 ot r $II [t' Tt/W R 'C '99 a Lorahee.. 2R0PPV. 6611878tLnt
-- -
and Testament. of Ethel Mandy the claimant, his agent, or his Sampson LakeShore :: : 100' Rq '

White Kir.t, deoeaeed.publication. April 18, attorney. ., or It will become void W H Smith ..111 In N1IJ Cor 01 N'yof ',
to law
967. 862-SA In BW Corof of 8E ye
4/11 4t 54IN1 | April 14th 1987. NE Y. of NEIL 9W5 18 1 28 'F.llmon! )ohneeh' m 't.
(e/ Zedra Hamilton M ,
Administrator cum, testamentoannexn A Bee at NW Car n fIrW%

We Are Now Representing THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .. of the Estate of T B. of N IoJ', of- STRIA'\ of SWYe'of'\. NE'4 Ie I 2' 6 A' TPkul4: Io '1 .48417of
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL -CIRCUIT Plnhol t.". deceased Run 8 7g': K 080'N508.5' -- I of.. W%
OF FLORIDA, IN AND First publication of April 20 S RWof 'N %. gw". ,
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. 1987. St Rd 228 then of NE Vi 16 1..11 1 Prakbeb! '..R 1c1 n. .,.,.
ORDER 4-30 *t '5-11 Sely on Rd to Int 7
of NU6'
NE(4( NKV4
to NB Cor .
THIS AREA FOR YOUR NEEDS OF FLORIDA CIRCUITA"TN. JUDICIAL 1830' to Pob Ex I'J 'on See Lint to '' ;'. tw.r ;'t i.'M 6 f
Petitioner, AND FOR' BRADFORD Hwy 200. S .00 Ft,
C017NTY. Par 210' Sq on R i W to rob Ex the .
THE STATE OF> 225' on Ely Bilry; E 100 Ft 16 I II Doris M Dah.6h ..t'
Livestock et. al., CHARLIE REED JR. & 5% of NBH Ex
.Poultry EquipmentWe ,19-Co1rt at NW. .
Renpondantn." Plaintiff ,
HW| Easement" 10 t 21 103 Louise K Newman 148.49
Cor of NW >4of .
TO THE STATS OF FLORIDA /I. w.1 1 ,tl. .,I :.s
Dnfendant.NOTICB NWH A NBVi otBWJ4 << N & by100'E&, '

are distributors of a ,complete line of Cumber- J-1RH CITIZENS OWNESRS AND TAXPAY-OTHERS : OP" SUIT 10 1 tl 80 Benny Garcia II". 133.14 8-NWt' 18 I 13 Julia Whitley 49,88
RIGHT, T1TLM J OR INTER.Iorrlt 1028 East Grant Dtreet.Bllxabeth -Com at 8S \\4 '"f F: "
:Mechanical Feeders Cor of NK-4- of BW'4 .
Waterers Nests
Brooders '
land New Jersey. 198 Ft of \ 01 : '
UN THE PROPERTY TO ARE 8W'4 1123' to S :
with other lines of BY that .an action of divorce R/W Hwy 247.SWlyS t RIW 28 I III 11 Ethel 111 Strong
Curtains, and other accessories, along PUBLIC INSTRUCTION THE BOARD OF OF has been filed .against you for Fob RW S| 14'55.61'I'I' RI.aby i"O..,...
In the above-tyled Court and '
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLOR frreesR 110', 1169-t'H1 ot NEI
equipment, and also carry a full line of Poultry Drugs IDA OF 500,000 CERTIFICATES you are of required written to serve a Par Hwy 210' N of NEIi! of NE'4 .31 I 31 II 'PJn. rifff. Eat. 11I.11
oopy :your defence
OF INDEBTBDNfMH 14 degrees. W 210' #0 I 1780-A+W14 ot \810R1. !
and Medications plus repair parts on all Equipment.We flEHlB.S 1987 HICREINAPTKR of, any on James I* Tamil neon SR/W. NEt 1"" 810' i
any MORN PARTICULARLY DEMORJB.BD "HcrujrMT, whose, Carmichael address &U To Post
OR TO BB AFFECTED Office Drawer C. (OalneivlUe. 887-1 Lot Lying In :; 8 W by 327' N
have our own Company Delivery Truck, which IN ANY WAY THEREBY' and file the original 813 Cor of SW% of II 9 U 8% .Robert' L Tyler .11Woodlaw18n7."dentn

The State of Florida, throughthe Florld"'h e clerk of the above. REV being" 421)) Ft 89Er in .: I :J
State Attorney of the. Eighth N&Sby$40FtEAWExlASgln -.. Lot .i f t L
withan styled court on or before 81
will run in this area weekly for your convenience, Judicial Circuit of said .state and May 1907)) otherwise a Judgmenl : lOll' tlW being 10'
the aoveral property owner., may be entered against SB Cor It 7D4R n S William. Blade '.12 W ot sm Cor 18 I II 10 Floyd King n."

Installation Crew available for any Installation of taxpayer, citizen and other you for the relief demanded --Com at NW 1801.A-B.. GO' W
I having er claiming any right, In the. complaint or petition. Cnr of NE"4 Run of SE :,' Let
title or interest In property to WrTNEfm my hand and seal E 709 Ft for Pob, 19, N If< Equipment.If be affected. by the Issuance. by of said Court on this 17th day eont E 1911 Ft, 8 fI' 100'. Lif p00' to "
the Board of Public Instruction of April A. D. 1887. 411.5 Ft. '8 55 degrees Fob 19 I ''XI Helen JIanG" '..5
of Bradford: 'County, Florida of CHARLES? A:. DARBY 5 min W Un.A--Belf lq
in need of anything in the line of Equip- CLERK: OF THE SAID 8'W'Cor ,
you are 5500,000 Certificates. of Indebtedness. 'COURT 1191.7 Ft. W 513 dt Lot as :N
Series ]1987 hereinaftermore Byi, Beulah .M. Moody Ft. N 105 Ft. W 118' for Pob E

ment or Medications, please call us collect at the following particularly described or Deputy: Clerk 4/20 4t 6-11 StO Ft.Ex N 928 RIW Ft toPob A _. 100'. N 1011'. W .
to bo affected In any way thereby 100'. 9 100' to Fob 11 I 2Z 1It1. StateInvestment

address are hereby required to appear NE'4 of 200 NEK H 14_ T tl 55 L H Outlaw 301.08 Corp. .....0U40.A1.A
:. oefore the Circuit Court of if! COUNTY tvnnR'H! rorHT of Hwy "It 'In .
Bradford County, Florida. In the IN AND FOH IIHAIJFOIIU 98 B-H 400 Ft of that NW Cor ot Lot 15. ,

Eighth Judicial Circuit of said COUNTY FLORIDAIn Port of NE% orrT'td In Woodlawn 31 I 13 Housing Lervtos1860Lot ...
'State at the Court House In re: Estate of ,' Lying' E of ; 80:30
DIXIE POULTRY SUPPLY COMPANYP. Starke, Florida, on he 17th day T. B. PINHOLHTBR ak/| 200 Ex: R/W 23 7 11 1 MIldred'A., Edward 109.81 21 In

of May 1967. at 10:00: o'clock TRUBY BAXTER P1N LOL. 1084-All 8W14\ Tl of WOldla.wn U I U 10 \ ..'W !!raaa, ..
A.M., and show. cauiu. why the STER, deceased.JXOTICHq River A: all WH" 8noh 11..J
O. Box 184 Phone: Area Code 912-3845313 Douglas, Georgia prayer of the petition filed In OF PROBATE of NW>4 E of River If ** 160 W H Edward, Jr. 133.86 UBI-Lot. 1, 1 tn
the above proceeding should not TO ALL PBRWlNS PNTEH.NBTED 1081-NW14 E of River, Peetsvllls 85 ( It 11' George StrongBit.. (8.11
be granted, and the Certificate IN THE' ESTATE!: OF SAID 1IK3-A-Begat 8W
Our Sales' Representative in this area is BILL DEAN of Indebtedness Series 1987 DECEDENT 80. 4 tt 10 W: H Edwards, Jr.; 79.13. Cor Lot In Pectsvll r< ':

therein described and the proceedings You are hereby notified that 1208-Lot* 88 thru !"05'u'! N 85.10.t;
heretofore had authorIzing a written Instrument purport- 88 In Woodlawn 14 C tt 40 Mr F W Webb 14.15 ID tt /
and will be working here weekly to serve you better the Issuance thereof validated ing to ba the last will and testment 1235-Lot* 35, 38, 45, Aft 105' TP Pob n 5 It US "Finance' bit Ino. -dtIl:

and confirmed aald Certificate of said decedent has been 48, 61 62 81. 83. 18 10 11, ISE
in the''' Poultry and Livestock Business. of IndebtednelM, Series admitted 161:probate In this &Lot44&63Eoi 7-ki tW 85 8 22 IS Scott BtVotigtest.. i:1Iw:
1987, being dated. March 1, 1987 court. You are hereby. commanded Co Or Rd In 1899-B\4\ of NW*%

bearing Interest at a rate or within six: calendar month Woodlawn K 9 M t( John C Tye: 130.87 of BW\4 15 i tt 10 Eva Robert 1'7.'"$
rate not exceeding nix' : per cen from the date of the first pub- 1377-A-Lot ( of .. 193oof-fix! ewu "
tum. (4l%) per annum payable lication of Ills notice to appear Blk 7 In Lawtey: t t 22 to Oaty "B ararllnt 27.79

Btnl-annually, aggregating the In this court and show cause';: W of Ry: William H Ooolsby 18.10 l! 3g-BE'4\ of NEW'\ ( 12 40 Pearl Robinson.S 3.U
. principal amount of 8500,000.[ being If any: you' can, why the action 1390-WH of Lot 7 18t1--NEI of NE'4
In the denomination of 85.000 of.thlll court In admitting A 8 of Blk 9 lAw. Ex Parcel In NB .. '.
each and maturing annual installments aId will to probate should, not tey W of RR ,).tIt.a MHlgglnbothom ('or Sold t6 A TJ ..j" .'
In tne year 1971 to stand unrevoked. Ra Bi:
1996 Inclusive, a more complete |18 Th.r.n.A.. Yawn 1401-A-W 88.88' of Et Al ., RReR/W 6 ll 31.tl *ary S VartTn 1S1.C:
description of which said Certificates County Judge, Bradford County, Blk 14 In Lawtejr 194B-Com at A Pt ,
tfi"4 t of Indebtedness, Series Florida.. W of Ry Clifton! N Prevail '4.88 200 Ft 8 Of NH'
; 1987 I I. contained In the petition First' Publication on April; 30th 1429-8>U of Blk 14. 'or of SEW of
herein. 1987 In Lawtey W of NWH then 8 404.1 '
Pony and ordered at Starke 4-80 Ft W 139.2' Nlv
4t 8-tl Ry
Maltle Carte! 06.78
425' to .
Fob & Port .
e NOTICE OF TAX SALE i 1430 In--B% of Blk 15 of NH, of 8W4 of .JI ;

1 ... Notice Is hereby given that. the :Lawtey W of NK-4\ of R4 Kx: N .
KJ let day ''Ot June 1967 be- RY Herbert Pttdgett 8.54 200' A Ex R/W
C071 IxCt11hC1i4RSr iitir gin at noon. at Starke County of Bradford, State Of Flort.ilia 1413-NH" of BIte 25 19S9! -NW of WU a. 11 t Richard Km!) Thorn S18.41

b tax sale certificates will be sold In the following descrl) Ry In Lawtey W of of NreW: B of Rdft ..
", ..
.ttl. Carter 5.54
ed land to the W of RR : .
pay amount due for taxes herein set ASR
opposite 1437-Half RUt 4 In.
s'' the same, together with all costa of such sale and all adve. Lawtey W of Ry Spurveon B Massey 14.58 of RR% of NBV4 W 3 I 33

tilling. 1440-A-N 88.88 of 9HB-Com at NW 17 Joseph B Bakken. Jr. 11.'"

No. DMCrtptloD Half Block I In Cor of JlEq of
Amount of Taxes
01 land S T R Lawtey W of Rr: Clifton N Prevatt 1.61 SW%'\ run B 860
A. Owner 1449- Lot
a 1 and Coats DUg" Latex Ft to Rd 100. S
K 200
UII-6W\4\ of NE'( oftRy Wely alone Rd
all NW4\ ot SB1f lay w Doris M ;' aews9.I1 815\ Ft to Fob eontS .

ac e '\ W of Rd J3 I 110 80 Ja.m. A. Reid 100.88 HNtrt'.II'aI': : .. 19.11 W along 191:Ft.Rd fJ7lJ f : ; .... .. .... .1':'', .t6 ,.

187-N", or SE\4\ Lawtey E of Rjr Minnie Mae Ft. K 311 Ft to

N'" >of 8Y, of SEt\ 28 6 110 120 II' L Tomllneon lU.3a Jobnaoa Reid 15.58 Fob Ex RW t (T 11s I' Joseph. Tt Clumber" ItlVf:

+ k 177-NW'4 018W\4\ 27. 20 .or: L Tomllneon II.U 1484-. *>t T of Blk t991-NW" olSEy:
157SW4\ of SWVof 13, Lawtey: E ot < SFJ' 5 .
1 38 10 J
8WaaAin8R \ Ry Johnnie Fowler. .... 01of-NEVV of "MSUl L Br.nttr\ ,0', .'Z....

Car of BW% ofSWV 1488-Lot 1 RID of K .o f St Rd 18 Ex ,

w ri. 4 6 6wa Ex RIW 1 1 20 11 Southern Oil .to Lot 18 m Town Ot 20rL"W\4 7 8 2t a Leo T :Snnfran
Chemical. Co 1501.12 Lawtey E: of Ry W J Barbel1. all \ of NW'4 tn.
378--S'" ot SW\4\ ot nl NW\oI.\ E of'St
NW'4 & NW\4\ of 1499-.Com at: SWCor Rd 11 8 8 23 8 Leo T Bulllva .*."
of Lot 15, R.a
SW14 11 1 20 2040..Q--C"om sw
80 II H fott ".11
Ply Along W Bdry
Cor of EH' of WH
... 390-NE'4 of of Let 18; 100 Ft of of
BE14 SEK! SB4! W
41I.I.At/ i -f= a ,,
r $ .f K .
Ex 8 8A Cor of to POB Nly on W 210" for Pob, N < .'I

NEH of SK<4 f8'y.t3'1'l' Ely- 420', t! 105', B .'0', .
BEH of NEJ4SH A on Q W 105' to Pob t 1 'It Ploa.er. FTneJite to. .,..8
of SW\* of Bdry of Lot 1C-A 2080-.Com at SW
82.73 Wly 185
NE<4 NW> Ft :
4HB'i of Pt to FOB In Law. 'or of EH" of SW
: LyingK of tey. IT of Ry Joyce Le Walker 11.14Joaepb ", of NWVi\. A, rum4G0' .
Co Or N -
Rd 6-A A for Pob. H
": Ex R/W 1503-One Lo. lot 200'. N TOO' W
t 18 7 20 78 H H Mott 107.88 Ft B) A W By 27* .' 20IC, K 100' to. POD ,*"'G, ,' "* '+/*. .. jlf;
., 403-Lots 12 A 13 of
Ft 8 In SW
fI I Blk 5 Corllotta /Of" Lot 17 Ex ,. ." ;r.5' "r..+Iv' B A t rrAceesa N Rd
to. tl John
Unit 1 E: MoRa (.15
8 137- Ft In Law
Shirley L Tetstone .91
403-NWW\ ofN"W4! tey B of Ry .. QwnbOT. J.05 1104-Com 60 E] of .
Or of 8t Rd A 15',
Ex 1 A N of Ry 17 I 20 38 Southern 011 A 1S13-A Com at "NW S of. Cr of Co R4 ,
413-NEJ4, of Lot 1 Chemical Co 84.88 Cot of that Port run E!! looo' on M '
... of Lot 18 a of Orat R/W ('0 Rd to A .
Ex 10 A W of Ry K 7 80 18 Southern Oil A In Lawtey B of Pt 100' W of Sal| ,

... Chemical Co 31.84 RR. a 874' B B40J IN. RR. S Par to RR
N 274', VI 80'. 8 .
(44 16' for Fob
.- .. -- .W- B57-Wfc" of SWM\ 94', 'W 80', N ..',: font 8 118.74', N 811 .
;. SEV4\ of 8W'%\ Ex: W 120' to POS .. 11. D. Barley 11.18 dea-reo\ W N 1
DISCOVER the favorite gift B A In NH cor A 1519-Com ..t11SW! : Par to RR 218 1I0'L.7r. t..t H"7M47Y.
Ex RIW| Ex that cor ot TTk' \S! 88 degree S "

for any happy occasion port which of lies.SW4!a Run a POB N 100 then Ft Run for 210' to Beg 10 ( tt Samuel A Btowa' lit:

of 8-329 A W of 8- E 80 Ft N 174 Ft 1148-R 189.5* Of W .

,..rr. ,ftamefess_ ELECTRIC course 4i 135 84 S tl 48.80 Clarence C Since 84.98 W 80 J'1D9 174 Ft p c..;,; L 409.8P of SU .of 8W t i. f eNy Jj .I.K! ,',-..# AoI
56o-NWf'\ 8E'4A to LawteyB 14 of NWfe 8 atC ..
8 45' Of W 826 U. tl 40 Ray A Salazar a 0'7.' 48 of Ry. tJ>ele Kairto. Eat Or Rt 11 ( tt John D Daear Sill
Electric Joe Battoa 11. '
gifts are enjoyed for years. Easy to eIoct..BO Act ot cole 578--8V4, of Lot 2 or : e/o 1174.A-Brlt at SB

problems .something nice at BH of SWU of lUl-l Lot'too 'P't Cor of A :3A Tract ...t..,wOl> r', ,, ''U
any price. N -A: by 1100 1'" I In NW Cor ot BW _. _, '+ .t",
For that really special occasion how about a bIg surprise tar the family SBVt DB 51-78 35 5 21 20 Pearl Norman 38.30 Ft B&tYInNW H of NW14ofN91? !
634-MW4 of NW .4 I' 21 40 Mrs J E Thomas EC. 45.31: Cor of Lot 101ft U being 1 ; 100> Bq II t II Themas tileoount C.. (...
e. .reverse-cycle air conditioning clothes dryer DeW iUmeloM electric 826.DI.A-Com at Lawtey B 6f Ry pie W./ Chaddler 1174eBeg 100W
; or'color TV for NE Cor of Kt-i of c/o A Mont8tomeryJt.
range better happier living. of SE Cor of A IA
I NK4; of NE'4 of 1531-N 100 Ft 1.ot."!"""s' 0 Tract In SW'4 of
t. Gift-shop at your favorite electric appliance: Mora...now bigger value I, SWVi\ W 188 44' ISA rn Town otLawtcy NW %ot NT<<1
' than overl for roB 8 100' EJ B of Ry L Anne Hume 10.20 then N 100' W M; {oJ...Kt"M _,,", ....,; ...: 'N

.. we( w f( k ", 185', N 100. to POs 1. 11 1'' Leon Sweat. 6.41. 1549-EH of WJ4 of loa, B 100', E'l00'to :

e Bed Covering lsoot Co. ,...
V. of 8WK Lying Town of :Lawtey: E U"II-Be. 20' N of
(Blanket/Sheet) .Deep Fat .Rotisser(. '1
Fryer 'f I E of Rd A Ex RW "r of Ry: > ; Abr Horn Builder Int of 9 Line ofSEH
Blender e Fry Pan e Sandwich Grill) A Ex 6/8 A In NW ? Inc. .. 1 .< NE'4< AWRW \

S Carving Knife e Juice Extractor Toothbrush {'o.. Deo DB 84- 1553--8 18S Pt ot of Hwy 301
'e Coffee Maker .......aw/Vlbrator/ # .Waff I*Baker PO 295 I ( tl lUll| Henry: Leroy: Heine 10.38 Lot 81 tot Town ofLawtey i forte Pob", run Nly 1'
B of Ry: Slows W R/W .. .
835-A-WH, of NW'4 La;:. R/W 1..le'Lee Barber .. 264 5' W Par to S
FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY of REV\ & that 158.._1 Let M 13W Line of &UHof:
Port of SWU. of NE\4\ 315.5' Sly
'i,11.-<.fUlLO NEK\ 8 Of Pub Rd 1 I 31 33t Coy: ZAlare. -31.41 Cor of Lot 42 be- .1' tor
224 N A 8 3S
leg on IVW
FLORIDA.w'\ 848 NU of NW y. .'- l E&25VN&SonW .- .. b 9:s H tt S Mutes :J> Carter 144.ltI

of sail < 11 20 Ro.naia* Jeanne' *r LOW 011I A. WIn .
TCohutined! IText
Andrews .. 8-9.57 Lawtey B of Rr Alia K T Leo 11,40WN Page y...

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Descriptioniv \ tfolttit' oj'1'& $ '' Wo.: bbcNpNna S -r. ', .. A/naAt I' of T.t.* No. he4erlp4.ion 5 .! A4tant: .. 01 't **.. N... beactlptlnn Amomtt of'j34wo.. w.1.v..4V..1/m.' ...

ot l land, S Tt A tit iw r a/ ./klCacta, i', '" 'dt<< Ia1Jlb-k 9' 1l ,A Ot/arr',1r' Ud. c. ttl bt 11\114'! a t ft A b1f7i4fi1M Onaf1 .,,' 11.1"f"- S.t A I A O4ran6 &fIII.Costs '

... o.H. "., :- t ...;,,, e ,.' ,., .A p''' '" I. I t 4594.-1 Sq In SWCivr : ,: .e ...,v .' w GOOR'I"fW 14 Not 9. .. :. .;;1; THERESSA
I. .(Continued From 'rceeedng_) Pagd) S999-Ix>t 19 of Wk of lJu ,'nfNWW r JW1 svV4*! < ? ,
: SI 7 35 10 Kora.ie X>yl S134*
/' Wx 5 .
\ ..t""Cr.: 3 of livwlfnp Park : Pros,
RDCori :' 0 W Ztre.t flit. 0,01 OKI' Stnld:; 81: I 33: : }35"le" (Mill* aUI 2017+ '''' Or 0RR14"' ., : '
jfe40-Sea at SW I" ,,f Nfl: ,.A ;N\ ',4 >'.-,4' p, ; By Linda Crawford4AAAAAAA.AAUUAAAAAA
Cor oJ SIC'4 v <*' .100!! om.t. 'NOW ."'_.-. '.-I\.Af4rli"iN'\ .,. n. .'", Of HM Of NK'i" t* 7 If an ""c>rlDr.l 11.4&
NW'.t N 4iG'Mo Ht' $..W 4 *'1f <\V of Kwy .)I1! GOWr 46"of NK \ '
.. Fob 'N 174, :13 1S' 1V.4l' "'uti rn 3'! rU7r : ktsl R ChAinIftitfi t 'tit "R .-'* C ."
f.v- Mjk: % of ,:>11; '8.o 9f\ *' sF "
to W R/W Or Hi, tae ron. B'loo'Js .I W ,l> : ltd 1 11' ? ::19 7 21: a '1'.J Alderman. '.07'
nit, 100- N bvIqC'ANII! H
R/W 174,
Ann Rd '
W 103';; to Pob J1' 23 Jeme Madisoneween N its- to FOB 1'3' <. B4aerc ly Uxfy. U':13: J4.il.. ()r.u Brllltft fO.OI IIMR-1. I A '11 ,, ...I(.. hold. "
XorUcno ? Hope B t Church li
I \: y. Jf." ,I, I.'"' : ., .... ..'.., .......'_. 'U.U 4234N1 ti of'SW. .. .... \....._ -t.;' ..... ,. 8/n: ot ft NNL1 N t AxRd '.ofNKVi "I r ptl& !
.. 6010oni' ,if t-W' : Log A. rov\vat this week with
S272-Com nt SWCor r *.". -. ". ".' "r 1I I INW of SR'i. tit Par5n)4 U t I S3! 2:I Ctomnn l.sal\u SU
Cor-i.f "RWkOT ) Fix k/W'* '"
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o-f PfflVi\ of. I Cw\ |. ..Lcotn at SB Bro..Chet Wamblnr, an evan
I NWVi tun B 29S.1' yunT I K- I ..r Dew '%'' (. ..1SO .. ii17'Mna:' '' .tiNa.M. ....!1.t.9ervleel af"1T:30
Cur f ntNEVS \ will be held
for Fob, N 210', n for 'OR. Fl).erv: :; S .t'ktl" P,* 85(1( 83 8 23 4 Rerlha. (Qrtvti 1:1ft: J4.H9' N5'F t!

310', 8 210', W : 1':1.V: '::1',I' 11:00: : IJ193RElj.oft'W''. ( ,' A'run' aGO' : p.m. .dally.
210 ta' Fob It 9 S3 1 Erdei-t: Williams 1,1.72 132: nr 2158' .:If 93 0.cltl.:. Leach 48.SI: i>f IMS.vt tX-i'Ai': '. .. > 1W; > ,',. A.('0 eu i iS3 .' for II/W 10n W_,21 t.,''I N ,Suiwiay: School 10 a.m't:J

f. US lot 4 of Dlk rtolil. J'Jl' or 44 l' '
.'" I t ;%art JfMlnnl l' l> .100', Bot 1,744. VlornlngVor
2278-A....Com at :35; tn Orl.T't""P'' wr 1? 8 :33: 4 ]It"rll\a' OreeM But 13..7. S"
': Cor of WVi oFf of &{arkii| .t+ ..&\\O. .. 19 l>-A-6nof }11m I C/r .... .. .'s .. ltd"44 fI, .r .'ot A :. K>B1 .belntr Part 1:v1'n4ng< Wor.hlp'7:25: : ; Train'

NWVl\ ; run N on M 31g'. RIle lJ.1t' a fA..,..3t,. )tiro I NW'' of 818'" t..llt. 161''nil'' tot 17 ing Union 8:30.: p.,",:;; Wednesday -
Line of Wy, of 27 I rigo .", r- W 474'. If A 3'r: Jel" l 10r10420741k( i '
:XWV4\ 8698' for of Prat ,. .'.f: A ft Carrott II." .4'. to l'I,. ComEly Ouuld Park S/D t 33 Jliny .\u, R.7. tt.ttTerlion night Prayer Service TiSO-: #

Pol: N 210', H 31$61 J.il X111,1', tl hyr. ... 10f w Line 8t pm.; with choir practice
210' 8 210'. W 210" IS 23 Albert 'r"on. Jr. UOU77N' ">.that, 1' ft.i 301: K SO de- 50t -.r>i&n H531 Ft FI' aftenvaixl.CKKSONALH. .
to POB of nik 1 II Ori'R Qreel'! H nn Wly' of VW Cor ..f Kn .
of SE"t\ ttl ? To0'! Htark Lido. : RI -Rd;' 'Vf.' i 'lor .V10M tit run *
of NFVt! 13 I 23 20 Victoria Da ne* 650! Ell N .03. l\nd'B] Wly Ion',' H !lit! drtd < '1 8 lUG .Ft fon. 1'{'" t .We were deeply saddened by5-:

2290:! -W 220 Vt lf1 ., !fII.'Iot.,. "11tr4 t. ", : A HHb: am, W *y .' <>.r.et W, POB430L' a:1:! : !;': ient'LeB1K -mon lit: Al. 10.37 tlii'n run w 101 "

NUM of SWW! : StSJ... iSl-t.* ......(Cum at. .JiB .. .,........ ..,.... .. lt.; H (l 4 Ft.' K l"3 the death of Mrs. Alice 'Jone"!"
Par Doso In-or Ilk 0' Cor .c.r, XW 4... ot .' "r' ". 11? Ft.I N FOB. 99 7 23SA \ J rortytli e.n 4. resilient of this community
II a9 A K JC 'Par 18" 1 L Andre*. 13,14asil1r1 SRI ftun- W. 420 On.A',1't'. ,
Funeral held
SW serviceswere atlope
IS I S3 ( rx: >rf>thy A Jennie .
u ," .
40-212 r- .
In or << .,Jrl .t'. .... Ft II. 015 K* fr Cnr >>f 1 NE'i 1 ..r' *.) u
,; ., 1.1" I s ,...j'\< ,< II. >1W' it NWCarrot an af# i k POB..W 84 LR 1 NBVi' ll Baptlnt Church.

aII4; .: d\( ,: ..coil.i.y.fit 4\. 5 5 lOG Ft.! : W 39 l Ft to *or JlG'li U,1'(;, l. MUa Ann Mills of Atlanta,

/ 2991-R-N 150' of 8 .' run..fit-ill;; .63 '. '. : W"It./'w..e' ; R4 :)1111. 'IB!: 7v N.ibov Sa w 75'507m.B ;; Ga.. visited Mr, Sullivan
f 000' of E 220' ofof cFW" iinL:; ; .- r I ; : \V ./t/W) 1 I! 10,-"GIn. 7 83SO Pertnlfl feed. Percy
W 440' of NE'\. for &&-f&fr.-i* ... "t t11"\ ,\ W.. .1.J& rr Product.Corp. GItIS Sunday through Wednesday. ,*..,.
Jim : ,
8 W43 IS < 23i : Cummlnrf 8." "ft' WIY 1t "' ;* ; ;. -t. 8:1.lS: : ti; q1 ..., V. .taj.. ." .
a 34.32 : L Ann Mume, 11.11; -'Com at SW ( ,<> Mr.,and Airs. O. Lv Crawfordami -
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150' of H ; ilAi. :S&pPiBIIttClara rib I r A.J6.- If\.t hl'rc 41O""ti\: .. .
J291FN 4SO' of K 220' of <:.5G6.Pxt.:" ;
W 440' of NBIi\ of 33971 Lot Ap .to*: ).. C all .a.""."Lut ot .5 mm 5 5 ..: '740'' Y..r I'on. H InC at. Kellbronn .J3apU ..-.
ew14 IS 6 23IS Ma Allen 0.14 141 Pt B ft:. W by 4 /HK th bole 'I i: ', I io'', is-ao': N iso' Church, Sunday afternoon.

3391-a: 300- -of N E 150"J20'of of R .. "' '...' eo WNM. ._r" ..' lot BbUntll'* (- l M 11> 'tit.. ..,,ti:If ''', H03.A--J.oIII. pl l.| 't'IS. 13 i Artnurft Patnly.9t. ir .0' .to. FOa 'U C.eet.Co.Modern Home. B3I3 They had dinner oif'the ground

W 440' Of NEVi of Harold IU r..no1 f,:>uncn of Elk 4 in-: JM Smith 1I011-t4 qi :Alk U I e .,. .*'*' mid a.[song:, service afterwarcbvfMn -
Cummings VF
1:3 ; BnnlsA Uato
'.8W'4' .. .... \ : by Mlddletonot !r':1 IXtrld tf Norton 30.1833111'k't.l o !. 4'I RKplet. \qoC : 5-115\ In,.-llampton.NVJ. ,{, of Lot" 3 10 1 S3S Mf1tbMar, '26,21 \ and Mrs-Hv'P. + Clovers

1S91-II-S ISO' of E .. r ,Ae ..< 4 M-M .' ,>4lk,\ .' .. :.. AlbertA..L.ngehamp. of Dlk 1 Wrights \w settie"rliClenUI/ vlslUtd Mr. and
W 4(0'( of t'.r. \ 50r .:& Add tO 7 S3at .XJllchard. "b t6 Mrs.- JU-Chandlw-\ of Jack-
230' of Ftik,1b. : : JV'.j. ,.. ',... S = ;May 6. !
LIT.. 440'I.ot< i III"t
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:t. NE 4 of SWW 11. 22 Jack Cummlnc 554 .I") .f of) FlUe 5134 1 t -
2292-NE4 of SW'i .It (CM. ,,ea : /tt nos" sOh"nt: 56,70 !!: .o(<,,,,South Oii.(. f Ira'|'Jn\ SB Cor. of' S '':'1''- r: .... rdnVIl10; =
Bx B 440 Ft ''E* 33. C'r 1 :t.ot T,435 nIx vyara" 'utt' r'I' ''\ (I... ,. ,[VD'' ,4 t.errhtlbet/ .1 lit Ink t Wria-iua ',1011', ..and'r P: C. Mabrj'
VW 440 Kt EX. fl/W IS t S3U 14 John 8n.ll 25.JT:; : -:6: ',L. .si":: ; ,5 / Add' t an I>.Wltt William. T.It recently$ visited'( Mr. and MraJJJ
2X95-R '4 of N'of \\'>J1 W1)1manU ferofrk 4l.lt' 442l-.B r '.tf NW 1>l ," >*" 5in-j.Ai! 1,.* ofNB
SEVi229ft 6 2:130: Dan HankefBoa 8083 3320:: --'..ot> 8. 4 or Bib .Cor .. 8WM, t'NN'.TtokunlM u *''.NWU' of sn 1 .- -P.I.; 1 ,. -. Fcrman Bell of Qultman. ea.-

-H 150' of r5ei: 13: In LT" QiMlf/D it'.hw"1t\f'bt\! \ ''11.20: > 1 .i ". 44 4 N'a'o\ l NlB\i ..Mn.vC. Sullivan. Mrs. Ruth
11. S3: I Irn.at'De11: 5.47 ". U' m i d0'' 1011t.48'fto'w bf PB'i!: .' 11 7 S3 130 Emery L
of Nay of HK'k 3823-Lot i Of nit :)1,544 \4t.::.' ,36 : BrOwn 17 ,3t Broadway,: and Mrs. Tereea4.
t .. RIW 5144-Com onViVfMf
238A-KW! of NK'J Kit .De I
of SEW Kx 2A ;Inof S/D is .L.T..CoJil.' ; unl" ilirmea Ot, >: f At' tt NK Cor & fix H >\te 8 'W ''It/ V. 134.4N .t.. bn Sec. LOnoa< futt, I. their, brother.r Arthur Bennett
180' of KVj of NHV. 132K Sft, Of Lot 1.z,1f\, .'....,of.. .C Lln.-nf !4\vt !lf S ;N on n/W
of Stii. 11 8 83 1$ Catherine bell 835.914 .4. or flik'U- A.A 'kissrAs.': \ :,1, .to I 85 70lnvdiT4A { n In. ,TQ.nrQS..on his Seventieth,.
81 Ft of'Lot 1 *, Plnehui-tt.. rBnc
.1 LPU43 I.I.4421 U. S4 MotetCOdM : to Wrthdny.. *
4 of BU""' 18 In '''Li .:'*, ." .- s 18638 then\ ,
23S5--Com at SF'! Cor tfacli Cb1.rtrIl1l Jr get .::4i '. .\ :' B to no" \f( '" 5.5 Mr wJflnn Odom GilI
of NWVlA T' Cue SIP : IS 88Cllf I ._to "' 4: /A In 8ES: .of $lW, 3$ 7 33f :] A H Kellet' 18.1ft Seeley ,
9C "
of run 4 W 394 Ft N a31\\-*-tOP S .of fl!! %\\: 1aMvk ion....r t.I .'1" -1'A lMe.. n.. t .H 63l3lx 43 oil' :Ok : Crawford's niece was hon_

ISO) Ft E 2BT Ft N 17. *: 12 f 's...f Lot -Coil B::- 4 dr<0'NRt3"N.of t' of Cry.talbrake, "*..atria prod at a ,bridal shower at thC

JOB B33: Ft Ft to B POB 97 Ft F*S 4 hllrtll l,.* .Xiik A. '8SO'cfI ,1 l0 'in Nti4.)' .oI'NW'1: ,, aanl .5 5 534B Iffmnitlte-..Lot 43* on .Cy"fr'nM LyA Campbell. Lot home' of '!.rr.-'and Mrs. G. L;;;;.

.. W 226' 21 t :33 308 ra41oy, Mrs Est U.4t) 1. 't IJ o" .Jf/l,)'.. lI. b. h ...iI" 1'.3'1U33N ta'N ,Canal!, K 5 5 5 5 nt Crystal. Crawford last Friday nlghtr1"Aboul .
N tit{. 260101': t,nke ''Homeelte Mr* Edna E s'tfrrk "
1377 Com 420 Ft no ft of Lot ei rvt' to 07t 85: attended.! ;:
SB for of 4 Blk, It 'In. L : 63414I.ot3 on Cypr -
from lB7.4r" rjfrgN&6Ny \ '
Jakldtlffln. 621/ *** Thomllnsok
SWW' of SW'i T ft Co S/D 4' *>rt" Avr'ln Cfy- > "f 1ofnt, Nettle / *
IIS Ft N 60Ft OT lq.: 33 I 23 t Lend Kile 1S.44 tat l...tkA. Hom, .iiltciiJS Arnold Q Smith ".1&
W Beatrice
run 2547.140''Or Lot Sot ; .1.' 447rCoinoor. and Debby Ezoll, of ]!J[
4t. .XJO" $
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K 115 m 8 'II ; CI.C.r.- .. \
Ft to POO 21 1:13: Joaopbln Elleraon 7.03 Blk 27 In .1.. T A T Pail I 11.41. of NK**, '-or '. pr..4 0pi Crva.ftAitd'4loni'nltr5 .t."J,\! Jacksonville, were Sunday.
Coa SID ,
Blk SIn J< "" ,:V" .- '' k A NE'4' ft Run H 184 .} '\\'11111111I'rt>8t 0,07 *
3a08-tat:I II of 3I$1'-.LmV.I: < 0'n, Ft fur 'R POO Run OasiU-rtxit and'1r
Sunny Acre ., r Mid suit Home. Ikl 28.1110 UaT.sAp : w 23q! m a &tlTp' 77.*. 7i, on V'1'11... ,)......, ; :
1'401' v
8/D ... .,. 7.00 alb A f 10.01 E8 9Ft.Nt"It..t f / yelp
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$ ft J.h4.. .
0 Mr.
< Ptterpon 'and. Mrs Hemey
1 .J4onteP '
s 'or nik .1 to 23 Aim u/|. 1 ; Doley
-BH{ POs.I H" 1 OrlfflH 83.22 46
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21394-I.ot 23. Hlk 3 ,861 I" L''C a eo... s',' V' B RobertaV 5I.M ..50.B""nJUii.bI".J.: Cryitat: T..4..La'k 1 "'. /., CMS.. 10- and< Vonelllc Ortffts attended
i In Sunny Acre I Ethel>: Toufif'XT IOABi 3 ..-W 'ft ., ljui. -i ** i'i *
S/D II >J.10.1'> OrPBoc 74 'iS ',*./tW 1/3 Inl lit W $5AotNy4otNW.of\ -' ,HofneKlter\ f"1.1 ftlol\.r" Ii O4rt.r 1.01 bnrbrc'JO eupper.at the homo..

242.1-: -NWi Of !*.*. ail.Rlk iii" B! Roberts ,0H* > I 6370 Jt1 on Palm ,_;, of M '.- and Mrs. R. M. Hersejr"
1 a s of Kir 1:I w ; '. I V ,*,> .., oN'h\ I .. Draytort D. Coll.f: 11.014221.8tie of Cryet.l .&, ,, .. '", J -
.' lC PA erla ; .7.1114"t "of Thursday.. ::
2 H SI'Vt NW :,4 ', .,1" '.... -till ,}fotpeglte. Cora .
I ofNRRea3I1V", of nu.-fll t oft.;ot : .I.ur 'of. 4"Aat Tmot ? 1 ehl9 .. A 8\IIAtt 33." ,I',.
Temple Mill SID 21 1'3 n.I..aT Indutrlekt. Y.80 4 of nik 33 Ih L Flank" L William .1 I. flE: ComfNEiUof '3"t.R"-b. at' NW : : a.Y
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Ut1-A-Deg N of I I8W J37J-B-fx>t* I" and kI Eta U. ..8 ii>: iv be. 33 Mid State Itome too 13.84 : Bradford. 'ulinlr Florida' r
'or ot NB44of 2 of Dlk ,40 In L.T IBISCom"!: ., \i ioc1r3'10s or: ; r: : ( lrtl .% li N. IH
( Carrl4i:: Small" .'TC.Z 'ah SB 1 ".. Wrf I S i Vt! .*!.. I ,,:" v >n r
PW\I\ E 100' N -&: CftDJ iolU.? tJt 5: ofSHt % to POtt .p. p.rPI' tV, II. JO.SICH/ ;: and UKATOONMJONEH
100' W 100'. !a I 100" 338*-tx>t 3 of Blk 5 S -jt! awU "'I I .A fltln"W: ''\> tar U......**-ClI'.J' : 'Ci .Admlnl.tratora oCva
I 10 Dell' :u I n Johnnie Co"lngto1l &t.nlUO.ACotn 44 In L.T A Con au' on N I1dry of114'8'IGAlgN Wrung. Land ',4:. 0 t ::a J ", laeorlti ait* fAtui.t.V II.::; the Km; lit* of K-nma; parce, +.

A;:. Iat.:.taM .' .ra; r 4n an "'D '. L Z Bslt.r: !" 104') 5379-T..CoTn .t'A1 Ptt 5 .. 41, /t/1I.t. "I1., ..1leooaeod"klalntlffe; : at 81'1 J4'3-Lot*'! of BlkS i. X % nn n. W BT. > 10V \.J W Side. of R/W lftmtIon *
Cor of NW', of ** In L T ft Cue Rd.'73!: on Rd 60"7,\>>> I on N Lin. of Rw : THOMAS; DONALD MoCOV..

SELL W alill' for SID 84111 Wallame" 43.17 "VO ,. ..... 14 1:3 r.o I.. National run fl' on n/W .3N, NMHKY' and DOlUS M., MoITVN'NBIIET -

3 POR.W1o0'N21degrees. E HI'. EI 3444-Lot 11 of Mfc tt'p" 1135lhra ..-. .t''h' ..' ,ru. SSp1' .". SS.lt VVdW, 'W'JS: ,,Td'; :! !: : hi.* wife an 4G40-M1 SW1,4, 93 Td ) Sen Line C. DORTCH and
.. 18 )In LT Cos t.o11'3':1
100', S 11 dpgroer Klo-ftd St fi ,4 than t.pg. BrdLt.. i I "
J1. IS Jtbeln4U'CQerdSer{ 14.162469Corn Add .. fill) 64tKy T$ j \ :
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./AO--W 1 'of Lot* lv 4G7GCom lOt 8W .. '. .II.i. 6101 "!, < 'N 3) i\\r\\ :tt 18t Temples with' R1uw i.q.ot RI. t.Belnr/ .- \f'Brnvirt 0..1' d. IInv.or I J. S* .S' I 0|" .ut...)l'l *rl't' < tH .. of 8B4&t: Itl"* at-, I'. "f"\I\ 44'1. r ., > THOMAS uqNALD M'C! '
Ft BT'lW.trf I P' Z''w"' Ryn' 7'1 f!' .' VNNBHKT': : atad OIUS 3(,.
of flit'. POll run ; IOO J-'t N .4'-Ol .L. HT tn* na n.ro1'J. of 8R'4.eN 1"n"; CQNNt-Jnmr., hlr' wife. .mTou'

sly 1110 Ft 810 Ft. 'L.yT44 CJoii Add lot. w Alien Et Al 154.14 Crtht El N.20 NW Coo '"f 8V4. 11 '. \ nre, Hereby notified, that
"ant Ely Rly 3532-Lot t tfl" I of ea .. j.|..... < .. 'i\\ 'W bt'tO.J'.Jr..t" .NR' of SKW, an action to forvolowi a. .mortmfig
FtllWIQoNt D U I aa A T Paul 13.01 ... 0.310WSI.r.br, un the tOlIoInR: \ I propert.
91k.1 IIDA. .
210 vw9513tat T.QIbY.-A4.; .... iahet W j ecu MS MO. $ ; ...t'' R ton 1.11 to. ; R', ,POB :3 I' 33 la Clydilrermy': 13:] .0l ft.w>tluii..l Lot Tltre (3) 0"
1 of l.'t'' tel. '313" TyOg. ...11 1GIf-1r! 'Usl F'1 bf w ,7.n r \>B HK (fVW, 4 19 I.tO K.oaek/\ M lr84'.1.' 10,01" GiOD-W'4' of NF.'.i 't Block Onn (1)( a.* per plat. oM
N Reno >
16 In J.t.Vvl- of I I 3J '09 'o-lh' tfUsl 7'.7Sif tlin Original" ,Town of StarkHM
It 10 Ft r'f'1.btv1k .* 4 J ,* *..' 'r. NI'J"t JFt A l Hick
.anl Ite :m Marie Jones 4,652022Lot. K 14* Ftof'SDIkt9tlri.N.',Lot 411'78 S'i hr'HW\t\ J" : .. ,. '! \. *fl Florida. .a* lain. ..' ari> ar* ot*
N 4 of .. ;2 A H J US Ft f of Nt Ra. ft"W 81 t :33 :30 forothy: SteHer >..?" kevrew 1'1/1' : I ., Iii (!ftt.lm! 7tn .ba+I.'" .7.64. ...."rd In the, current public\ .r..-
aN I 3 45:;78-1'i; 'x497.-1at.4" A 8 of onrd. of .*ld Bradford County?"
Blk 19 Iri Reno 'iolltw' M S U" rto-t.: rl-f < .k l't.t',. "t" l.r.
Prances Jenkin. 1.5.. iJ '4 RAttYAP! Dlk C A 1/ 0 b r Florida| A Inn. all that portion4
II/D 411 '. Jones Add.., .r p .filly to ITeetbr U.8O / 83 4 23 3 Bratttrd C pp. 17.42 I at in, Tract ,10) In ot the Northwest quarter. ..ofth

21121-Lot 20 In N Reno 3 of SID nth BRI17 P W111I.m. 71,00 2.36: -\\".(a Ft of ., ,0JT4.: A.6.. >l.l' --tW'I,4.of! aW" I ii /.." 3 ,'"'?'.'....>.. "n> ..atS3 Bedford etaklll' d4tiaPd; L Overton II.40 Hnuthiuditf' qiinTter' of SkottAn -.'*

6 23 of Lot. I &,W U F, -ji. 'of."t Ad '/1po+A SOfl-A-J-NM; of ltt ...$.+.e 9' 1L ... .i*.' Tbwnnhfp S South.
CGMk"tfn dahagan 9. :foC'' Lot, .'.f rR4'8t4A.ae' De/I A An t Lot i tlanffe. 23 Mast lylna: East of.
tdrRer1 Lee Ht' 191h );; D Ilk .said. Fractlunal' Lot Three and
8/1 1 ti4'' I i 9elf ..... _r>fr'M.' AK:* PItOtS0thflodtot4 .
G54-fot Sik 1 .' .a Add .aH" T-( .. A two"n nld. Lot Three an..Clur"b
In Oah.llan S of SID 3 J't .r";'\ "' I' 'fw., ; ?:?* II, ..' ."' : 1 S'.J., .#' t.*. 41.78 Oakt fl/D'' .*. L Ludwig; I I'.311 : Street, all In the City

0 Ex R/W nobet U. 1.64 3733Loti 6i; 8. 7 4 8 1'7 r liDV ..7 T" lIh.o-l 1Lot a* t f':"I.' I..o., ,r ,.of. ,.$!ltirke( Iflnrlilrt.
\ ; ,, ...., In .In vt.tt.n/v. .. het )been filed against. you
lI687-Lot 3 ot nlk a : 811t //1 '.N Dno. or Bk IS Pf "
In O..hallan. SID Levy'L.nbotr '..UJS n Alfatea'Adtl tthirer. C;: joHnnon H... 4o/ RR. *'WR/W.J .; 3n... ;ri DoUlh L IlutoTiln 12." and, you are required to. serve

II .n M .,.. ....W4 w "" ;iiiji lo*,,. A.- N 1 GGzt- tf ti ... copy, of your written defenken. -
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In Oah.lI'.n SID Willie, QNeh .U.1.t g i. .... l)rf ajl// }'\ S5 #l/D.t RWVr.ot 345366. l It nroe.n<< ill.lS VIRRCK. Attorney for Plalntlr -
a, .. ;* ln3 'to :J3.5r 38' I rlallne\ tVini dlfrUr7' ...! ( '', who*.* addrewa. la 30S-C
833-That onHOld.Port ofNe00' (331:lty*Park. Kx: K.no B/O-; C;: J Poll E.t 101.1' 4d80Came! .: :I irf I' ...'. : .. u 1'3" t....ot BIte Jey1rl; .+, ,Yi JJr .-, 'Y ,North Temple Avenue, SUrko.Florida ..
In Mt PIMaant
W "" and file the orlirlnat'
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of k11y) 1 .nnfora W I of hit: B "'I'. t Court on or before May
8W'.J'J. the 0'01'E 1230'nd 22 6 n 11 Aaron HCII..7' "' ..51182S.11 1- *. T* .-w"' lidsDof W'& Pleaiitnt tVlX, lt1JJ.') '..!'' n1c''.. Ul.GO 13 19971! otherwlee a Jude.

being/ re> S' ,.... ,. "", PQU' then tsi to.JO: >>. Bi06-A-Li.te 4.: 5, 's. 5 5 ;''tr meet may bd entered ncalnatjroir
{, .f SE4j 22 23 11'0 'I' 13111httln &tt:; .' eke 8 |00', W; *JT ; too lOofjct.0l3.' 7.. 0. >, 10. 11. IS, ; for the ,.relief 'demanded In
of $t'4' of jJ'\ I ? ::i 3 7lAlvafM' 40,26$551hot '. ''
N 100 E 00' So POBII': : 13.; 14 IS.. 14i 17, the' rompliilnt or petition.
.ZU2-I..oI 9 0' BlkI 210' Ely. ,191; Nly r1311. 18. t J. 031, ':23.! VflTNriiS' my hand Beat of
I nf Nat Wlllame8D / Joe U.I'I'8O" i.K s or wit a. I'I B : .: ... S t S* ol.oa. SlS4 3. 14 28 Bite _I" <' ( eil,| Court 'on April II 1987.

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2 Nat Wit- 1\obnt.. 17.48056Lola 1 in Butler Crt \ );: ,13,, 14, 1 IG., H.\.17. 81'' Beulah. M.: Moody
Mayballl S: .. ob'H' SIOAr3A .
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11 & 23of roOt or- { Cor&.. nee (AEJAL;) .
Dlk a III Nat flil0' NR 54'4ofBWrt.fk4Wi.! lat. br Mt 'Plnt'ceAttornny '
Williams IIIV WIllie Molt Walker IIi.nlUGLot 84N'" R b S { 3 7 C:* GO Luluer Ortrflf 56.33 Ploeiuint" on" HlJverL .. / II t taw. ,
:K &WBndNb W 3.11: .
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of Blk ... e "f". Vvl \ < oy.eke' *
24 429.-tk I' 8PS'Cor SOJ-S 'Nortll Tompl'* Avenue
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3 In Nat William. 1.0. "..IiiUGBo" : by'fo t t Wu4 ofN'W4of \ uu,,..,Cnm; 20' IIf ....., .". ':-. .HUrke. VlofM. 12001 lAttorney.
MID Lucy 1 Dutler, Crtl'iJ: Norman K!: 'Thorn. IU'UIW'LOO' 91V1. 9 7:13: 1 Harold K Orlfnl4A6NI' '... "W' Cor n{ :JiWtf ,
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SW run M 9n.kliie :Add rat I 6A In NB Cor Be- foi" .POB. W- 100.8'

along 24 gee Line "' liiiJet6 "SW V .epb N LClal3t IU1 Ins 487 Fr,NS I IS I4V tn Lakfl.. 8
660 FI for POll, by It: I A 48t .H A'/ WI 1 7, :23 17 nay McKinney 11.31 .on.Lake to Pt ..U'.JoJ
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N 100 FI, E 1111 Fl.B t.ne1of Lot i IftJ Lotn I of )J"W' W to
200 Ft 10 !.4 8M lliOakln. .. ,.. '..n "' "' : II13: Roy. W Tyre 101.10
35 HJk Mm, N a Rosier I7.7( 5, 12 A 13, In Vine ter' > .;.;. ,
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_ _ _ _ _--- --- BTABKB. FLORIDA. -THURSDAY..... -.---MAY--4. 1967

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Mrs. Bachmann Hearing Set ------ir--------j ,-

Elected Head In Green Cove

Of Garden ClubMrs. On Local BillsA

Walter Bachmann was public hearing will be held<
elected president of he Garden at 7 p. m Friday! May 5, 1 In

Club of the Lakes at a: meeting the Clay County' courthouse
held Thursday. Apr. 27 at M. for the purpose of dlscusslni
the home of Mrs. R. P. Vogh local legislation to be Introduced -I I

on Lake Santa Fe. ', at the 1967 legislative ,' : '
Other officers elected at this session.
time were: Mrs. R. N. Sunder. Sen. L. K. Edwards, Jr and

land':!, 1st vice president: Mrs.. Represenatives Ralph Tyr I
Dan Pater 2nd vice president': and Gene Shaw will be or
-ii Mrs. Emily Ison. treasurer: and hand to discuss these bills will

.- -1_ Mrs. William Warren, secretary. all persons Interested. .
The public Is Invited to attend -

Fire Fighting Course GivenTo It was announced that the the hearing and p-artlcl: j II

I Annual Spring Luncheon and pate In these vital local decla. I

Personnel At Gold Head ParkShown Installation of officer will beheld I ions. ,
at the Hotel Thomas In Baptist Revival *' q
Gainesville on May 25 with. New FacilitiesAre 4 _
above are personnel E. Massey. Area Ranger, Florida -, understanding of how to fight Mrs. D. O. Foshee, District Director : Starts May 7 __ vi
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at Gold Head Branch State Forest Service. Secondrow a forest or brush, fire on the as installing ot cer. AddedTo ,.,
Park who have received a : J. Frank Lee, District Park. they were given eight I At the conclusion of the KeystoneThe State Parks _ _

course of instruction on brush Forester Florida Forest ServIce hours of lectures and practical i business meeting the members First Baptist Church of .

and forest fire fighting given : Charles Hawkins Doyle Instruction on this subject. toured the garden where Keystone Heights will bold revival Construction of additions { '
by the Florida Forest Service. Godwin. J. C. Weeks. W c. The' Park has Its own firefighting hundreds of day lilies were In services Sunday. May 7, plcknicking facilities has been I 4

First row (from left-] : I*., J. Keeth. A. L. Dallls. W. L. equipment and can bloom. The group also enjoyed through' Sunday. May 14. authorized by the State Cabinet .
Tanner. John Burch W. M. Varner, H. T. Oxford I. I. normally fight fires occurlnff visiting the garden of Mrs. Ira Theie will be no morning services for Gold Head Brand / ,, :

Pirmann [Park Superintend. Tyre, J. S. Johnson and T. R.. on the park but may call on T. Raye near by. through Saturday. The State Park and Magnolia Lake :

ent 1, James Bass OrvllleBrooklns. Rosser, County Ranger. The Florida Forest Service for The 22 members and one evening service will t begin at State Park near K 'stone L: : : _

P. E. Brltt. J. S. In order that the Ringers on I assistance If needed. guest were served refreshmentsIn : Heights. ___ :s
.Jones Donald White and' W. the Park will have a better the dining room of the 7:30.The Reverend\ John H. Four picnic shelters will be

'Vogh home) where many Chafin. Sr.. field worker for constructed at each park complete r
: beautiful orchids were In the Columbia Baptist Association. with picnic tables and< New Egg Processing Plant Under Way'

bloom. Co-hostesses for this Dothan. Ala., will be the I grills. Park personnel will do< I
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS meeting were Mrs. R. H. Sch- He has rich baCkground ; the
KEYSTONE HILITES evangelist. a : major portion of the work
neberger and Mrs. J. A. WIl- of pastoral and assoc- Gold Head Branch lit one of Near KeystoneA

!liams. lational experience. Having Florida's oldest state parka,
By Jim Fox served three churches as pastor and offers a beautiful ravine,
Please Phone In Your Items 473-4143 I PAUL-RIDAUGIIT for more than 12 years he where gold was once panned new egg-processing plant of Keystone Heights. Pine Air process.5,000 cases of eggs, or
WEDDING FRIDAY has the heart of a pastor. A Magnolia Lake Park features a to being established by Pine will equip the plant with the 150,000 dozen per week! with

BRIDAL SHOWER April 23 fire located on Highway Miss Viola RMaught. daughter pastor friend who has used beautiful lake, where swimming Air Farms Inc. to provide the I most modern egg processing capabilities for eroanslon::\: to ..
Poll MISS RIDAUGHTMls 214; April 24, fire or of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. him In revival for two consecutive fishing boating and final link In marketing its I equipment available In the in- 10.000 cases per week.

MELROSE e VI Rldaught whose Highway 21. and house-fire In i., Rldaught Sr., and Sp 4 Rodney years reports that he Is scuba diving are enjoyed. own egg production as well as dustry. The owner W. Alton Belote
marriage to Rodney Paul will\ Grandin; April 27. attended Carlton Paul, son of Mr.: "tops" for 'a church revival.He eggs from other producers In I Installation date Is scheduled or Jacksonville purchased!! the
be an event of Friday evening two different fires located on 'and Mrs. Carlton Paul will has served In the positionof the Keystone-Starke area. I for July 1, with Initial prod- farm In 1964. adding a new

May 6, was entertainedwith highway 100 east. be united! in marriage Friday assoclat\onal Field: Worker for an outing to Gold Head The new facility, is now un- uction set for August' 1. feed mill and additional laying
BUSINESS a 'bridal shower given by Remember your Civil Defense evening May S. at 8 o'clock In for more than 10 years, and Is Branch State Park for a covered der construction on Highway At the outset, the new facIlity houses to the facilities.Mr. .

Miss Carol Wolfe, Miss Linda Rescue Unit phon the First Baptist Church, of recognized as an expert in this dish luncheon at 12:30: 3-214 about four miles south I will have the capacity to Belote has been In the
DIRECTORY Oglesby. and Miss Marian numbers: Sheriff's Office Keystone Heights. field. His association Id one of Those needing: transportation poultry business for 24 years
Morris last Thursday in the Green Cove Springs, 2843379Orange ; All friends and relatives are 'the top 10 In the Alabama may, call Mrs. Ethel Weymaa, and has served in many cap
educational building of the Park Police Department invited to the wedding and to Baptist. convention. Greetings are extended tc please comply with these In Lee, and Lisa Mangrum were acities with state and rational
First Baptist Church. 264-9612; and Civil Defense the reception immediately fol Reverend and Mrs. Chafln Mr and Mrs. C. J. TlUman on structions. Everyone is grateful weekend guests of Fred and poultry organizations. He Is
BEAUTY SHOP Guests included Mrs. Harold Director In Keystone lowing.MELROSE. reside at. :210 HUt Street in Joining the group.COMMUNITY for the services of both Dr. Corlne Thieman. currently serving as first vice
Rldaught Mrs. Carlton Paul.! Heights 473-4260 or 473-4851,. Dothan. Both are recognized CHURCH and Mrs. Holt In the community Charles. Louise and.:!. Paulette president of the American
KEYSTONEBEAUTY Miss Leola Rldaught. Miss i These units are available In ryvyyyyyVyyy7yyyyyy w a* outstanding leaders and are The Pulpit Committee ol and hope they will both Strandberg of Jacksonville! Poultry' and Hatchery Feder
SHOPEdith June Rldaught Miss Jan Paul., time of emergency, as requested ( called upon frequently to serve the Community Church met have Improved health to en- were visiting Mrs. Jo Strand- ation.
Mrs. Leamon. Ward. Mrs. Paul by law enforcement agencies In denominational teaching last week In regard to exend- Joy retirement In'the Lake berg Sunday. Charles to doing
Johnson, Owner Tyre, Mrs. Bob McCormick, fire .departments or local and advisory capacities. Ing a call to Rev. Leon J. Mil- Geneva home that Dr. Holt some work on his mother's Twenty production personnel -
Personal Mrs. Kenneth COoper. Mrs. government, authorities. The revival music will be directed ner of Chlco Texas to become built himself two years!! ago.INDIAN house. will be employed In the
& Creative Mary Nelson Mrs. Bill Wolfe. CUB SCOUTS ACTIVECub By Sally Rothhanomer by Thomas C. Locke, pastor of the church. Th< Johnny Ross attended a race new operation. A plant man-

Hair Styling Mrs. Cecil Harper. Miss Harriet Scout members of Den Minister of Music of the Board of Trustees has called -.."".,, ".V.V".T..T at Daytona Beach over the ager will be selected prior to
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Individual Beauty (Care Harper, Mrs. Lena dem/ 2 have been rehearsing their &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Springfield Baptist Church: of for a business meeting to beheld weekend.Mr. July 1.Ray.

Every Form of Beauty Culture ons. Miss Jo Wlldt and Miss skit, "The Hatflelds and Mc Duplicate Bridge winners I Jacksonville: He attended Stet Immediately, after morn' BEACHLake and Mrs. Maxie Mathis Starnes of Keystone

Open Tues.-Sat. 9-0; Gall Wolfe. ; Coy," to tie in with this last week were: let place Mrs. son University and In the immediate Ing worship on May 7, and all and son of Gainesville were Heights designed and super-
Closed Monday. The hostesses presented the month's ,theme, "Mountains of Roland' Bryan and Mrs. J. P. future will' receive the members of the congregatlot visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred vised construction of the new
Keystone: Height .,8883BOATS honor guest with a casserole America." Voae. 2nd place Mrs. Mary Bachelor of Divinity degree are urged to attend. ( Santa! Fe) Sweirlngen: on Sunday. Vera's plant.; Triest Construction Co.

MOTORS dish as a rememberance of the Last Tuesday, the ,boys made Cook and Miss Iva Hillyer. 3rd from the Luther Rice Seminary. The officers teachers and Michael II. ChlttyI'h. later!: and brother-In-law. Mr is the general contractor.
occasion. I plaster cts of l leaves and bird. place) .-Mrs. Robert Clare and He is dedicated servantof I members of the Sunday School! : .Dyt, ,. 473-2171 and Mrs. J, P. Lee of JackSOn-
BILL'S MARINESALES KEYSTONE WOMAN'S CLUB tracks, with the assistant *ot Mrs.% H. T. Dent. 4th place ,the Lord with outstanding I are gratful for fine support ol vile, stopped by on their way
8EUVICR The K.O.P. (Keystone On' their new Den Chief, Johnny Mrs C. W. Hardy and Mrs. F.T. musical ability. the fund-raising chicken dinner .................. .......... ............AA. home from Lake Alfred where MURRHEEInsurance
&: Parade) project sponsored by i Warren. 28. were visiting another
held New
Hogue. April hymnbooks they
In" "HI this Is your
Fleet' neighbors
The Fun Buntn the Woman's Club has been I. Cubs attending the meetingsfor The OA Alachua District have been purchased, with sister. Frank Lee and his fl- AgencyRichard
Lone Star mixed rolling-reporter
Chrysler I approved by the Keystone the month of April were: Meeting was held In Gainesville and new religious films for th up Beach Report ance., Miss N'ancy Hill of Jack.
Motors the latest Indian Murrhee. Agt.
Service & Part for Town Council. Billy Beam Denner; Darrell at the Firs BapUt Church dent.Mr.. Parsons. principal discussed film library are needed. Proceeds sonville were afternoon vis--' General Insurance
Mrs. Fremont Tolles, general White, Assistant Denner: Barry Thursday evening. It began plans for the next : from All Outboard Well. co far everyone itors.Mrs. Fire Casualty Marine
chairman of KOP., has an- Ilgen. Steve Nelson Steve Melrose.He the Sunday School to E. L. Etoenacher Is now
with a "covered dish" supper school (year here In provide
Corner' Rt.e. *1 ft :lt8 eeen or, talked to Is thoroughly ,. .Auto Bonds
475-4851 nounced that plans are being Rhoden Matt Tyre Don Win. enjoyed by 165 OA's, council also discussed plans for these items. The Women'sBible confused by the tlmo change working at.Florida: Pest Con

Melrose. formulated for the week of gate. Danny Raulerson Joey ors and guests. Roll Call followed the new school! to be rullt In Class donated all plea All I know Is. that I lost anhour's trol in Starke. Keystone: Height 473-4780
CLEANERS activities from Thursday Ricks and Kevin Wyman. Den supper with Pine Grove Interlachen. and cakes and the Couples morning Robert Kite called his par-

June 20, through Thursday, mothers for Den 2 are Mrs Baptist GA's winning the trophy Room count: was "on by Class and teachers, with Mrs. I sleep not Sunday catch with it ents, Mr. and,, Mrs. W. E. Kite
Keystone July 6.Watch. Jack Methvin, and Mrs. Ray with 100 per cent present. Mrs. McGrath's fourth JrJ'adeand Arthur Ketch as chairman, and until can October. up Jr., Saturday night and told
this column for further Wingate. Second place went to Sardls by Mrs. Sanders' ninth served the dinner. and Friday I 'them he was one of two freshman SCHEDULE
Cleaners, Inc. announcements. LITTLE LEAGUE Baptist of Worthlngton. Melrose grade.: At the conclusion of the The closing meetings of the with grandparents boys asked to Join the! OF SERVICES
O. K. Davis A model of the proposed In Saturday night' games Ellam Baptist came In 3rd business meeting refreshments Circles will be held on May 15 stayed. Flalma my Chitty In Key Club He also said he I

Every Dry Cleaning Service Woman's Club building Is on Cunningham's Gulf defeated place, with 24 of 28)) GA's pre of punch and cookies were as follows: The Day Circles Starke.Hubert arvj We; returned to the would perform with the Gorgas PARKof
Laundry Finish or Fluff display In the lobby of the Belote Drugs. In the second served by Mrs. Murray Slpprell [with evening circles also Invited afternoon and Guard at their baseball l game, the
lake Friday
2 Day Service Keystone State Bank. game the Volunteers defeated I sent.There were two guest speak and Mrs. Euwne rantley. Hospitality :!) will hold the annual went fishing but had no lock. in Atlana which was televised -
Pick Up and Delivery DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB Scales Red and White. Cun ers. Mrs. L. D. Ingram an:!! cnalrman.! covered dish luncheon In the went;down to the Sunday afternoon. Their PALMSSUNDAYS
Keystone Height "' 3-30M Winners of the Duplicate ningham's Gulf Is leading In Mrs. B. Donaldson. Mis. In The MYF of Melrose Methodist educational building. at 12 Saturday Oklawaha we River and caught daughter, Alicia, Is In Illinois
Bridge Club meeting on April the competition. officers and with the Tarponsat
gram gave a testimony on her will have a "BakeSale"8atur4aV. noon. Retiring 40 SO bream. I have performing
CONCRETE 27 were: First place winners Schedule for this Saturday chairmen will ... JlO tess- or International Seminarof
and her husbands call to do May 13. They had a serve liked to there because an '11:00: A.M.7:30 P.M.
always go
with 49 points Mr. and Airs. la as follows: at 4:30: p.m., the missionary work. Requirements "Car-Wash" 1 ast Saturday es under the direction of President Aquatic Arts. She -will return
Hawthorne Concrete Starnes and Louis Belote Drugs: It is so nice and peaceful week. Mr. and THURSDAYS
Raymond Volunteers vs. education successful. The Walter Orolick and home this
call for college which wi* very there
& Supply Inc. Kyle and Stan LaCoste; thiru* at 7:00: p.m., Scales Red and which they are completing. two activities were planned by luncheon chairman Mrs. A. C. without and I've catching never been a mesa of Mrs. H. B. Davis and daughterof I 7:30: P.M.
place Mr. and Mrs. Fremon White vs. Cunningham' Gulf. Next year if all goes well t.he outh to raise funds for Daunt. The newly elected officers I- yet Gainesville were Sunday I FUNDAMENTALBIBLE .

REDI Tolles; fourth place, Miss Sally This week's roster Includes they will be missionary woik- Summer Camping at the will preside and the president fish.Tuesday, uncle, Alfred guests of tho Kites. TEACHING
MIX Mansfield and Mrs. Anna members of Scales Red and ers fulfilling a desire both Melh-v! J I.t Youth Camp In will announce committee Hudson, my home with us Doug Lutgen of Jacksonvillewas I
CONCRETE James White: T. Davis L. Knepper, have had for several years. Leesburg. and circle chairmen for the from Gainesville came and he and I visiting Lucky and Ella All Services Held In The

Hwy. 20Y.. Hawthorne The Duplicate Bridge Club F. Goetzman J. Kuykenda.il Mrs. Donaldson talked of Mr and Mrs. R. M. Cason coming year. Election of officers I- fishing this week. Hope we Lutgen over the weekerw. I Congenial AtmosphereOf '
4SI-2932: 2031 ,I sponsored by 'the Keystone B. Beam, L. Ketch D. Win- her husband's work in Nigeria had s wonderful surprise visit took place at the ceneral I h'ave are' better luclc than we did Lou Miller. T. C. Miller, and' The Lounge.

.MIT11SKTIV. ..P.: ... Woman's Club meets every gate D. White T. Head H. ,Cal-K. at the Eku Hospital.. Mr. and 'o"t W5dn'itt1AY.: The Interme- meeting on May 1. the last couple of times. Peggy Voyles were guests of,
Thursday night at 7:30: p.m., Whlsenant. M. Klefer Mrs. Donaldson are home fora 'rflrtes of the Ellam Baptist GA The Nightengale Circle will Connie Alvls and har augh- I lContinued On Paxe Two)
at the Masonic Hall. ion B. Bleasdale, M Voyle will In for a visit have a covered dish supper at
O.C. Carnes Nursery year. after which they ,avon dtoorjeij' tres, Susie and Debbie Fish,
DEFENSEThe and B Martin. have Rifts' of cookies 6:30: p. m. on Mary 15 at the
Illway 100, Florahome CIVIL return to Nigeria. They ind bearing were luncheon guests of Mr-
TEEING in Nigeria tin* bilked themselves. home of Mrs. E. A. Rushton.
23 Mile SE of Starke following: rescue operations spent 24 years thee and Mis. English Hilton Sat
In during On Tuesday. Apr. 25, Keystone entertained all Rebeccas will meet at 8 p. m.
were and three In Africa. Mrs. Joale Mathews
Thousandsof years visitors were
Nursery! Stock Golf urda'',. Sunday I IT'J.
Plants & Fruit Tree to April by the Clay County Civil Heights WGA entertain. Donaldson displayed pictures bv nlBvnv' Mrs. Cason's organ, with Mrs. Myron Prevatt Sr, Has'e: and on, Kenneth,
choose from. Nice Shade Trees Defense unit: April 1. gave Association ( ) NAB Golf of several items tha GAs with the help of Pat Doughertyo and:! Mrs. Prevatt Jr. as co- I of Jacksonville.
from the
ed ladles
Evergreens & Landscape assistance to sick man at Gold Cove Golf helped to purchase for the work the petals which Josie hostess. Last Wednesday, my mother I
Plants. All 4n containers Head Branch State Park: Club Green Club and Ironwood hospital I In Nigeria. The GAs, was too short to reach. Josle NEW SPRING SINGERSThe and I went to Wllllston to visit I
Plant anytime.: Camellias. A April 1, assisted with fire call & Country ISholttournamen.t have also been making gowns is only tent years old. as are New Spring Singers my aunt Mrs. Clan Sullivan; ,
azaleas. at Lake Geneva; April 9, automobile Golf Club an for the babies that are born In most of the other A'* A nice choral group will take part In her daughter: Mrs. Mary Ste- '

lt us do your landscapingPhone on fire on Highway 21 Winners for and the luncheon.tournamentwere In Eku Hospital. time was had by'all. the annual Spring Folk Festival gall, and her new baby. On the!' : All
684-216S south; April 15. drowning on Gifts were presented to both Cub Scout Officials Den at Stephen Foster Memorial way down. we stopped and !
follows: low gross,
16 drowning as and Committee on May 6 at 1:30: p. m.
Lake George; April Mrs. Ingram and Mrs. Donald- Mothers picked up mother one of my :
USED CARS i on Lake George, and auto- Voncile ,,Ketch of Keystone Chairman' Gilbert Reed held a Members of the group are De- Mrs. Teenle Cienshaw I
Lot aunts
mobile accident at Lake Heights; 1st low net. son.The Calvary Baptist GA business meting at the home olDen lores Murrhee Susanne Nelson Gainesville.

Hanks Used Cars i Brooklyn; April 19. administered Markham representing the. presented a program put on Mother Mrs. Ray Brum Carol Warren Jackie. Fox.. of ;
Ironwood Golf Club,of Galnesvtlle Otis Melton of Hampton I
first aid to boy discussed Linda Anthony Brenda Wllkerson
by six of the girls bauot the baugh. Plans was
r BIG CASH DISCOUNT' suffering: from a dog; ,bite: ; second low net Rita comparison of the life of arose and made to hold a "Circus Kathy McOlave and spent most of last Sun-fay:! with ,
TERMS April 21. fire located on High Welch of Ironwood; and highgross and the life of ai GA. Carnival" at the Lake Swan Alex Loach, who to a studentat me. and we went to Oalne-I
BUY SELL TRADE way 21 east fire on Highway Lou Holt representingNAS Several hymns was enjoyedby Conference' Grounds Saturday,, St. Johns River Junior College vllle und M1 a little window i All's well for his financial
( Kt. 1 Box BOllwy. JacksonvilleThe
Starke 10O west, and automobile acci- Golf Club of all. "Christmas", In August May 7 at 7:30: p. m 25c per where several of these shopping. We did not find
Milan S.
100 8 dent on. Highway 21 north; following ladles were,th. will be the next meeting at the family. Side Shows. 13c with vounir' ladles attend. what we were looklnsr for, but future too, thanks to Mom
winner. of door prizes: I
happy Baptist Church in Archer. Cub Scouts Den Mothers and PERSONALSRev. had a good time anyway.
Mlkle Hall NAB; Vivian Gordon In charge of all at- and Mrs. Ralph Long Mrs. Duffin Is back from the
SCHOOL NEWS parents and Dad who steadily
Or Swim Better! Dot save
Learn To SWIM- Green Cove; Ketley ,
N. C. have to
The final meeting for the tractions. Everyone' Is Invited. of Chapel Hill ho nltal. Recent visitors
Green Cove; Virginia Denning, been guests of Col. and, Mrs lake home were Mrs.
of the Melrose PTA featured their
Green Cove; Velma Menzen, year at this bank. Just open a
David Nelson.' children.
In beautiful modern Keystone;. Doris Kehoe. Ironwood installation of officers for Steve Smith and
; and Golda Waldon 1967-68 schol term Mrs. Mildred NEWS NOTES Visiting In Keystone end attending Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Alexander -I add to it
20xtO ft. Pool, in Ironwood. Worley Installed the following morning worship at and Mr. and Mrs. Home savings account

27 the officers: President, Helen Egan the Community Church were of Jacksonville were weekend i
lr On Thursday Apr. ,87.
You'll I I
z Lovely Setting following Keystone lady golfers Harvey Finn. Vice-President. Rev. and Mrs. Foster Holt and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill regularly. say.
In the Gainesville Mrs. Quinton Christie Secretary family of Neptune Beach.' Phillips. [
c\ Classes Start Invitational, a low net Mrs. Richard Moore FELLOWSHIP CLUB' Mr. and Mrs. Van Mllnes Ws were sorry to hear that "Ahh! when you see how

Gun-shot Tournament. at the Treasurer Mrs. Jimmy Price. President Julius Hanson arranged entertained Mr. Mllner's cou- Raleigh Woodrum's mother.

Wed., June 6th Gainesville Golf and Country' Also feaured In the programwas a "change of pace" Fun .ins. Rev. and Mrs. Leon F. Mrs. Hltt. passed away last fast your money grows.
Club: Vesta Alken Martha a film entitled. "The Florida Day program at the monthly Mllner of Chlco Texas and week. While my mother was
Hayes Fran Chesslngton, Barge Canal" 'very timely Game Day meeting of the FellOWship ft. and Mrs. J. J. Milner of visiting them Sunday, he
CHILDREN'S CLASSES (age ,4 and up) Freda Wyman. Aggie Watson, and appropriate.The & Club on April 27.!' A Ocala. when Rev. Mllner was showed. her his fence where I KEYSTONE STATE BANK

Beginners, 10:30 a.m. Advanced, 9:30: a.m. Zee Tolles, Blllle Dante, Eva PTA agred to furnish highlight of the program was candidate-preacher at the someone had taken a hatchetor XV.
ADULT CLASSES Hall and Pansy Hawes. Eva cups so that free orange Juice tape-recorded Interviews with Community Church on April something and cut the logs I Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.

2 -Advanced, 3 p.m. and Pansy both received could be served to students for various members, which were almost In two. It certainly Is I
Beginners, p.m. 23.The
week Tues. Wed. Thurs. prizes with scores of 79 and the remainder of the year. played back later. resulting! in Interest of friend Is appreciated disheartening to have some "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
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lessons a
Three Instructor I 73 respectively. Mrs. Gilbert Reed was presented much laughter and fun. but doctors will not thing torn up by vandals after Community."
Call Mrs. Fred Dodd, Qualified Following the tournament, 'a gift In appreciation May 11 Is the annual picnic allow Mrs. A. C. Holt to have you have worked on it at hard.

473-4206 for rates, ete.I [Continued. on next p"tl J for a job well done a* presl- date and plans were complete rislors.( Friends are asked to Red Geraldine and Donna.

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Y YYTTYYYYYYYYYYYYTY as a page for the legislature Bessette, Jr. (Skip!, receiveda River. They!\ brought us some the FiregTow It sets a flush,Of I I I site. the the way vas wMte-Ceme In
In. Tallahassee, was visiting special leave to fly from nice big crabs by when they deep mahogany red blossoms Be sure to innoculate I
KEYSTONE to ., with gold centers. The Brownie seed! before planting. Your seed' hnd select your favorite B9-
with her family last weekend. Viet Nam be with her for a got Home.Ray -
David Sunderland, son of Mr. short visit. He will be return- and Alma Eddy and w COUNTY Scout ha4 deep gold petals dealer or county agent can TERBROOK fountain pen.-
HILITES and Mrs. Richard Sunderlandof ing to his base this week. children of Jacksonville were WITH with red touches at their give you information on the TELEGRAPH.!

Keystone Heights, was recently Rodney Paul, whose mar- visiting her parents, Mr and bases. proper Inoculent and how to

M :!! promoted the rank of riage to Vl, Ridaught will be Mrs T. L. Norwood over the YOUR '".t w AGENT Midget Harmony marigoldsfill use it.
.Specialist 6 in the U.S. Army.. on Friday of this ''week, is weekend. their plants with a displayof
[From' preceedipg ,PpgeI DtuM'and. : :' hilt% wife, the'forhier home on a. 30-day leave from Mrs. H. T. Smith,has returned golden yellow blossoms with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
the \tadifcs' 'were entertained 'Joyce'' Powell!! of:'Keystone, are Viet.. Nam. home from a visit with her maroon guard petals, while

with i,a luncheon, in, the club reltorllt.ly'IItaUonoo! ,. ,at Ft, Mt-'and Mrs. Charles! smith son and family, the Hayden Midget Mixed produce: a complete STARKE PHONE 984-6200''
hous ,'" Kucker, :Ala;' ''fBUl'and Edith:! ] of Baltimore, Smiths, In Live Oak. On her color scale of ell the
svccE&: ti'ut DINNER 'o"' : Brnce 'Sunderland wanA' tees! Md.i and former residents :of ,wty home the spent the night marigold*. I KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176
On: SVMay*. night Apr:; 48)) ent' patient 'at the"''BradfordCountj rout'! comfnunltjr.; were visiting with another son, Mr and The old favorite, Naushty .

the Qouptes CIa 4,Of the 'ConV Hospital, where, he. had ,with'' their friend"last Week, Mrs X M. Smith and family Marietta, now has (1\\'warf-11ke '
munity Church sponsored a a''tonIl &ctomy.' Marvin !-tomel"hu'jue' t re. oJ Starke counterpart In the Dainty I Rental Servite
chicken, dinner\ at .the' +educad! Mr\: and Mrs. Ty Garber ana "'tUrn d''from military'trip to 'George Rogers of Lecsbuig: i S Marietta, Color-wise' both]i i
tlonid( buildtn< Mrs." Von 14 Mr.1 and Mrs. Joe Wlltlamii' Japan..'Ha Is''a'Chief with'the 'and his fiance, sarah Jean of have yellow i petals marked HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS

Ketch, 'chftjrman, has'' reported were visiting1 In' Southern U, S. Naval Reserve Program.rvvsvnnmvvnvvvv. Oilando! were Sunday guests with mahogany' ftt. the bdse. I 1

that lit was a moat successful! Pint*')lust week. Mrs. Wllllftma, '' I , ;:' of Dee and Betty Morris. GJge T.Hugging. For 'those who like medium CRUTCHES
vent.Mi's. and Mrs. Oarber sisters! '
-are Mr. and Mrs. Hall and Chris Y y r sized plants; try the Crackerjack -'
Ketch has'': asked that AfUT their 'Wtajr liLt Southern Hall of Savannah, Ga were 6, t s 1 Tills marigold! !is only
: pfeopld! fee recog Pines,; Mr. and Mrs: Williams INDIAN BEACHFront visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. two-thfrda'as high as the older
theiltOWlng: : aervlces'render left'for: a Mort.visit with' Mrs, Kills over the weekend. variety, Sunset Giants. Also, I
: :' Mrs. Ray FarrKMrr Williams' brother'' and 'BSter! a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Red Neal and Mr. Cromwell: they bloom almost three weeks I p Serving Florida
\ and Mrs. Ed :Bennelti In-law, Mr. and Mrs CharterBflckson. 'of Jacksonville got I 9 bass Since 1930
Terri Bennett, ''Mr and :M'rlli of Chapel Hill, N.C, ,[ Preceding rage] I Monday morning: Red got 10 earlier. Their color range I
Bob ShaUghneasy: Mr. '''anil' I Mr: and Mr. John M. Whe- the Navy Mothers Club In on Friday and:! 8 Satmday yellow, gold, and orange. I, O7orid i etlntj & ee.Qn6I
.. Many F-l hybrid marigolds -
Mrs. Miller Wrinkle, fill} lan, Jr. and son Kerry,;' of 'Oalnesvllle last 'week. They Over at Griffins' Lodge,.Ger- Iref' new ., ... it
Reynolds Mr Entlly Jao". New Providence; N. J. were went 'to- the Naval Air Station ald Nash. of Decatur. Ga., Mr 'are Impressive because/ I'I .. ... V". I e 'MeaY"M M'7I Ml
Mrs. Dart'ell Davis'' ,' Mrs. vlnltlng last 'week with Mrs, In Jacksonville, and performedfor And Mrs. Dunaway and Mr. they have double flowers! and l
Charles McGlave,'Mr.\:and MhiGeorg Whelan'A' brother-in-law and returned Sailors' and MarInes und Mrs S. B. Wynne of At- N set a heavy uniform garden |
'Massa Mr. and' 'Mn. later; Mr.' and Mrs. Dan I tA the surgery'' ward. Lou 'tamta. Oa, fished with Roy display Of long-lasting blooms. Mrs. CarolynEaves Cordially

Barry Wymafc, Jr., 'and Mrs. I'at'tlr'ot"Nelson", Point. says, Peggy was a real hit. Griffin over the weekend and Most of the Hybrids are expensive -
Roy'' Turknett, ,Miss: (JoAnn! Major and Mrs. Owen B.:' Jack, T. C.and Ueff :Miller; .got 26 bass. Mr. and Mrs.\. Jerry but worth a try. :Hybrids I d Welcomes
Allahouse\ l!!, Mr and Mra, : Baker'had as ''recent guests 1 Bruce Matchett of'Johnson, Bensen of Atlanta Oa got I 4 to look for include Sa- Representative
Bakfer, Bill Warren\ and Barr Mrs Baker's sister, Mrs. Mike and Bnan}! Stanley of Hlllcrest, 2 boss. : Mr. and Mrs. Carteyof 4 ara. Sun Souffle, and Yellow Ph. 961-5811 You and Your
WynSan\, Jr: RiffRloanct= lIOn Perry and attended the races at Daytona Atlanta, .4 bias' : Mr and Climax. 122 N. Hay St. Family to Your
MM. ton :Rushton'was' chairj Frank t West' Haven, Conn. Beach to celebrate Jeff's Mrs. Olvhan and Mr. and Mrs Varieties with giant flowers Starke New Home
mart for' the' desserts table We are sorry that we-'omitted birthday I hear' that his O'Nale of Jacksonville got S Sbass. 2 are best suited for the back ,

wlut: dessertr furnished by thf 'Mrs. ,Emeny H. Cooperrom mother had a birthday this Clifton Good of Jackson- side,of the flower] bed Don't I
Woman's Sunday School Clasa/! '! the list of members'piesent ) week but she's nob telling her ville had 11 bass, the largest plant them along walks or' The State of Florida

Miss Marilyn Bridges sold the at the Staff-Board meet- Age. "Hap;>)' Birthday' any- 8'4 Ibll. drives where they may intl'Ude.1
individual teapot rervl@ee. ing of the Clay County' Public .1' way". Bob Sutton of Jacksonville v All varieties of mai'Isolds rate It Is Our Desire To Make .You, .:eel, Welcome and
Prior to thl, leVent' ;tliert Llbiflfrlcfl.! Mrs. cotWer is "Jean} and Harold Johnson brought 10 nice base IntcBarnhilK \ tops as; cut floweis ,because: To Acquaint You With Your City.
was a contest between the IndIvidual chairman of this association. were out for a Sunday after- the largest weigh- they last for such a, long time j
Sunday School classes ,,,, .. .-,...... -'-..- in water Also, many pf the ,,
Miss!! Penny Bessette, daughter noon, the :Harold Feastus' were ing 7 7 Mr Ibs. If ate new In'the phone
to determine which class would of Mr and'Mrs.' Ward'A.Bessette down, the James Meeks fam- Norman Barber caught 0 If l tvou are concerned with, pie, Mrs Margaret/ Miller le- new varieties do not have the you area, ,

be able to sell! the largest of Keystone, Is a patient ily, and the James Kinchen bass over the weekend. We are the Bradford County Farm' mInded me this, week that she objectionable odor. I call will bring you a prompt visit! ,,
number tickets The fourth in the Intensive Care sorry to hear that their little Bureau and you did not attend would have been enjoying good T,he small flowered marl-"
grade class sold the mo8t.'WtthBaJll't Uhlt 'of the U.:'S. Naval Hospital also.Peggy :and Coburn Raines of: girl was burned:! over the week- the meeting at Hampton last, blackberries now if she had "golds make good beds, borders from your local hostetn.' I'I-ense..gl, '
r IVgen} ,leading the sales, ) in Jacksonville. Last Gainesville, were'''out ''ast weeK end. Hope she la feeling bet- Saturday night, you missed I gotten those six plants I and edging plants. These
with (58 tickets Bold, ; Week. Penny 'underwent'major with plans to build a new. ter by now. something good. You cannot I promised her two years ago.: dwarfs can stand uowding, her a call! She has maps and many
On SUnday: May' 1t; Mrs. surgery, and Is reported to be Home on their lot, and Nick-1 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lorlmei; ay that you will make it up)] Now back to the Farm Bur- with spacing of four to six inches -'
Frank" ngen'and Mr*. -Arthur Improving daily. Please be sure and Virginia. Simons have of Jacksonville were Sunday it next meeting because no I eau. President Lonnie Harley apart in the row, free and wonderful gifts for you"

Ketch will entertain the fourth .to ''send' her 'get-well card ben spending some time mak- afternoon visitors of Mr. and two meetings are ever alike. reports that we have tight at The tall giant marigolds demand from local businesses.'
grade Sunday! '" School Class as it will rmean so-much to ing plans to retire at their Mis. D. W. Carpenter. You missed good fellowship, 250 members now and that his at least 18 Inches of, : !

with a beach .party at Mr, her Her'address: Miss Penny lake home.' Well it's closing time again food fried chicken, good ham goal Is 300. Lonnle initiated glowing space between plants.If .
Ilgen' home. I'' Bessette. Ward A-10 U. S. Pete and Joyce :Barton spent It won't be long now, until ou- meat, good salads and good these quarterly family meetings these larger plants are too
HEttE 'N THERE Naval! Hospital,.Jax., :12214. the weekend with the Billy lake will,be buzzing''with visitors leasert You also. missed some last fall First one was.at close they tend to grow even I .. ,

C lna:; :Massa: .who.J J.s.ery 1I '. enny', older brother, Ward Noegels on the Oklawaha) ;' swimming;'skiing! ;; boat- good un-planned discussions. Lawtey. next one was at taller, mote spindly, and are I 'GET CASH ;
I : ing and fishing. So we had all Reports were made on three Biooker and last Saturday crushed to the earth t} windor : !Iri... '"
LLZ L '! "'- "" I .' *" i g.__ better get rested up,'and ready promotional events featuringour night at Hampton. In July;, wr by rain I :

for summer. Goodbye for now' farmers' Btrawbeirtts. So will go back to Lawtey The A few other heat tolerant IMMEDIATELY .

JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY and until next week here's Le- much was said about'strawberries big round-up; annual meeting annuals that can be: plantednow ,
;, eon- that we had to remind the this fall will be at the Fairgrounds are cosmos, cypl'essvlne'i

Lreon'a Corner trout that. there was some- rote-moss' wishbone flower.
"Ramrod" hing else 'produced in Bradford Farm Bureau !1.4 not JusVfof /and zinnia. 6 $25 TO $600 .

APPLIANCES>> -1 FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN 'Ole 'Ramrod was ft goat County so-called rural families In a Wishbone flower some-
At fighting he was the best After the meting, Jim Lovett county like ours It Is for everybody times called summer pansy-is

+-ApphancM: -. Color' TV He would beat the big goats, reprimanded me for not lettingthe One of the latest to JoIJi an edging! or rock garren' subJect -'
< Stereo Magnavox And lust laugh at all the people know that there was Judge! Theron A. Yawn that will withstand heat DO YOU HAVE, .
Ford Tractor r Jr. and his family. You will be .... .
aenlth Motorola rest. even was some big ripe Brad and succeed with little atten-
deneral Electric! "South.. Moat Complete. m would bust them open. ford County blackberries being doing yourself a favor to inquire tion. It blooms profusely all'' -Too many payments: to, make?
"You G.t A Good Neal At-- -- Ford Dealer" //RCFESSIOHAL, OPTICA With his hard' head. harvested now. Ills proof was about Farm Bureau in summer with masses cf unus-

Guaranteed. Reconditioned He'd hit them once or twice in the blackberry cobbler thata Bradford County. ual white or lavender, yellow- -Too many bills ,to ,pay, ?
Tractor Prescriptions Filled And then he'd knock 'em rood number, enjoyed for blotched flowers.

f. 'O. .MILLER yp (j Every:: fool Known to,.r8rmingJacksonville ''I Broken Lenses Duplicated, dead. desert. I know that ho grew Rose-moss is another good DO YOU NEED- ..
= :;:: S Artificial Eyes"1 "W6w'tW1rotTir, | gcttf named the' be T1es, a-fplcture.1 above e/, edging plant, that can ,be obtained -
Tfa MM 4 KM fern.**-. IKU-, J' Eyewear Specialists. ""Iron Horns but he being a bachelor I Let's GoGardeninr In shades of butt, sal-

_Jacksonville_ 213 Laura St. Jax 358-8595/ Heard of Ramrod's fame don't know who. cooked the mon, pink, and red. EXTRA CASH NOW?
ford Tractor Co. 1034< Pork St. "".. 894-8618 Then he made' the challenge cobbler. If you are going on a vac-
Auto Sales & Service To meet in that final game. Two years ago Jim set 400 ation this summer and don'twant LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR '
BeaVer St.; E. of lAne PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S They butted heads all! day. plants. He Is fast paying off to plant flowers that will ,
Jax: EV9-88IU And even into was beginning to look as staking with his crop now in in a leguminous crop to el-
; if.Ther. harvest. By nervey Sharpe,, Editor ,
The World's 'Finest" in I to 4 \ Ex- rich vour soil. We Are Trained To '
would be no end I believe Mito smith at Law- Florida Agricultural I Help!
4 Wheel. Drive Commercial and Portrait 'the fight. tension Service A crop of lupines or cowpcas !
i has the largest setting
sold .aDd Serviced by MOBILE HOMES Photography: vntfn the fight was finally: toy will add nitrogen to the soil if i
with close to two acres. Next '
Roberta' Chevrolet S Frames& Custom Framing V>ver, turned under in late summer I| Town Finance Co.
would probably be Nuke Nor- Marigolds like compact
Green Ce*v Spring, JOSS 1958 Standing Blvd. And the people looked : are or early fall. This will add or-I
man with close) to one:! and a cars.- they are getting smaller -
.hebonYllle ZU-S60( BUTTSMOBILE Jacksonville 381-1464 game matter to your gardenA I
half acres. I expect drome and better each year. 22S N. Temple Ph. .".m
HOMES I,- There they found poor "Iron Roberts would be next with Plant bleeders! seen to be ClaMiflml. Ad In the TELEGRAPH -
.I E E l'Row-s"ipratrcred about three-quarters of an consplilng with contractorswho bring results.
P PIANOSFor all over >the
The Souths :Beat Buy Here acre. In size of planting then build midget-size houseson
Vehicles: Free Delivery 'ground. would come Jim and Leaton pint size lots. .
.I seep Wagoner Station Now> the story has'spread
'. -Bank Financing Musical Advice Morgan Jr I wouldn't attempt But regardless of the sUo( of
Wagon. C. CARTER NICE Of 'thIS batWe grand. to ]list those with one,
"Beiii For !.eM" homestead. the new
.I : that your t
*nep Unlvornals Arid everyone knows
Jeep: Gladiator Tntoks Serlousfy Interested"In Mobile \ V Ramr d. because two or three I could hundred sure leave plants out sun-drenched dwarf marigolds, treeless are ideal neigh for ,
:Authorize Service Is the'very best butter In
home? collect 388-
Call 'Jax 'me thot was important OmIt-
lei! sun-bathed
Approved Parta 1253 for,model 1 prices it: terms:! ;hi;: ;i t";I 1 aJa the land. ting art important name can borhoods or trees.for
4. Wheel among
Drive % Wheel "
get you into trouble For> exam-
DriVe 6017 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax Established 1948, One of the pigmy plants isSTAR'K'E

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658 W. ADAPTSJACRCONTTIXF1 .' William's Bund.' -Baptist '

.e SR4-1751 Maaa, 7:30 7: a. 'nv Wednesday, Worship service! : Sunday Zakr

Parrish Motor.EllIRVICJB J. >4* ,J. Swap Shop PICTURE FRAMES ;Mass and Novena 7 P. m.lnterdemoninattonal open 11 a.].m.,, 7:30: p. m. [nursery' BUSINESS i -- ,

Sunday School, 9:43 A. m .
Campers from 8' 20' Community
Mobile Homes 32' 63' SPILLERS, A. C. 1161t. minister) MrtCeorfca 'nur ery open]. Training Union & .. \
Canova organist. ,. 6:30: p. m rnwswy oixml ,
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pAaft 'SttmJa/' School, 0.80: a.m Rev. Lawrence Carroll : t' lsa
... I 1Ip. 21, Orange ParkS Framing "- Original MOrning Worship, 11 a.m oasto*. I ..

f' Twr. M A'Deale: ; I ,TeL 264-6324 Paintings Unframed Prints Nursery open both hours. '!

:u..."r GOO, tlytd'1 oU. ..:;. Mattings Framed PIctures .. ..
m Lnr ...- Jaok.mvU1e '-!> Mirror Framing .Pl'Mbyter1Ml'Faith Church Garage I J
PfcoM SM-694 Decorator' ,ALt RINDS I ,
t Help. OF
-'Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., min voWf ,
1043 Park St. 5 Potato Owra YOWl A-!ITO( REPAIR WORKAll I r' ,
JiVX 903-8001 ster. Mr W. A Wallace, or.rbtat Work Guaranteed II
Phone t-700S! .
Mrs.Carl Swisher
,American umtrrcr; !,; organist. 011 VACATION? So. Walaul Starke I 4v Fr -

Hairstyling II TOaOYOr. SEWING CENTER Sunday School, 9:45. ..m Your payday may' not- '
S Morning Worship, ;!! a.m
Academy ALL MODELS !Sunday, (Nursery open both I II AUTO SERVICEGilbert j \
H. & N.
,. tl 'W. MONROE Merchants Green Stamp hours) I 1 be "HABIT" but- ;; ;
II a
ACKSOJfVnjJS 858-8501 Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. SEWING CENTER I S. Brown i
Tue Wed., Tfaurs FrI. --rplscopal '
Rev. W W I Standard Oil :service Station '
A.M. '8L Anne's
RiversideHairstyling Open Sat. 8 0 P.M. -
Cloeed Sunday. & Monday does 800 Singer' Touoh stitches mono- vVorstall, Vicar.Morning I ATLAS I Adding a deposit to a Savings Account
fancy Fr'ayer and Ser WIRER,&" BATTERIES: here every payday can be a wonderfully -
MOTORS A CYCLES gums, eordllng eta Easily 4th RucUcI Term*-ROM) ..
mono 2nd and Sunday genial habit .this '.' 'P '
.. Academy operated NEW $369 for Phone 864-7071 rewarding in many ways-as

}- 26SO PARK ST. 4910 'Standing Blvd. cash "$129 or $7 per mo. 8:30 Holy.: Eucharist 8.m.'Iur.ery\' and sermoit open. 107 N. Temple SUrke' 'sure spare-cash reserve grows with eVery 4tf
Jacksonville 771-M44 Tel. Jax 771-1850 or come .
JACKSONVILLE 888-8537 and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: a deposit you make and every'addition of

Accredited -- in. 6108 103rd !St.! hi. '(nursery open). Church HURST'SSHELL' i interest we make? --r' -- 1- '
Qualified ,Instructors School, 9:30: am. "Holy Eu-
Modern Styling\ MUSIC hariat, 8 a.m. each Sunday .. I I

'' j, Monthly Clajsea I Evening Prayer, 7:30: p.m. .....ld1 N.T Service Station Start laving hero regularly NEXT PAYDAY!
'Where tomorrow's stylist WESTERN STORE each Sunday ETC, 6:30: p.m. 0. Oils Lubrication' I
are train"" itch Sanda,.. .If\oatd\ ...misnyqsac$. Geedyear Tires A Batterle
Paulus Music Co. 6dnge u secwwa.. bonds. .... ROAD I
offices of Morningand
ELECTRIC MOTORS\ Dally Inwnnot tat rMordt
4 Band A.String Instrument LITILE.DUDEWestern Evening Prayer, 8.00: a.m. ..from Drt; and.W Soft. fiilwf*H, t SOI and 100 Starke I,

Peavy Brothers Olbaon Ouitar Amplifier Store and 5:00: p.m. do1 know about th. ItemnlMIX ''
": Mods] I nf'- Electric'Co.BUCTR1O School Bupplieft-Instruction -Lutheran'Lutheran oftlc. if I snip( 2OI>iaI&II. FLORIDAAT I
4 Robert* Recorder "Where Youll Find Everything : Church of Keystone 'ralghi' 125 pounds Lih THOMPSONSheet I
,' JMOTOR8 8> Music LlbrarytExpcitRepair For the Hone '" RlcharC: terWIid by UndWwHbvt' .
! & Aotd..8ervlced-Repaired Department .Enthusiast"Western .Meyer Heights minister.) : Vicar : ........ W. lIMit KM to drop IeIIId Metal Works: i '
Generators- Gtartfen -Leatiher- all IIIcM It .r B..A'H'K. I : STAftKEOne )I ,
Clothing \
( Divine worship, Sunday 11 I : ,
r Alterations' 41 W. Monroe !St.Jackjonvffl goods) Saddles and Trailer .. m. Holy communion 2nd -All Types MetaLWorkBent \ ,
A ..Annatarv EeWtatlq .* ......., Cearlea te Sharon Petty Sunday of each month, Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH &, Air, Condo of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
6M4< tm Ave.v'A6f3onv1Be' 8SIO Beach. Blvd. Mt .8*. Edgewood Ave. Servlcta< held 41Kh! Sunday Systems InstalledKd.
..,.._ .._. Ri. W8- *t
.JkoloreavUle 3S4-11
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"' ...... I Keystone ieigbts,
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THURSDAY...MAY .4-.. 1987 ,

... --- ... NEW RIVER BAPTIST'
FuneralServices' HomecomingAt I
Mitchell f .. Sunday School 10 a. m.
,;,>, ". ".. .., '" ; ,
Held SundayFor ',G.rW {? Morning Worship, 11 a.
Madison ,-; .5 ;;" ,, ,, ;,." _, !Io t'f .' rn4 Services Held ," ,.. ,. ,.', .J? '" ..
.. '." : '1'' ($ "" tJf3' '. Training Union) .( 6.30: p. m. _
Dyal ,
Mrs... Vida. \ '
.' ,
,: ? >.i.t ,'t<""?* ,. I Evening; WdWhlp 7 1:30 p. m.
Street ChurchThe I'.., .., ]''f'.",.'.>!,!. ,- ,,",A, ?{ ; Meeting Wednesdaj----:
"Here Sunday Vlda LoU:'Dyal. 78, of Prayer ,

I Starke 'died,' '''Thursday Apr. 't ?J/t
Mrs. Lucile Shaffer Mitchell 27 after, an extended Illness. MadlKon/ Street Baptist ... ; ,,* .....",, ,-t..''"''''' ,- ", III.WAY CHAPEL
82 widow of James. M. Mitchell She;wa.s'.born'in-Mon1ac..Ga.. Church will have Its jA: "v ,,"'; > ,
died Friday. April 28, on May 1.. 1888 and 'boa, livedIn Homecoming on Sunday May ..; :' --i u" ASSEMBLY OF GOD

after an ,illness of several the Starke area most of her 7. All members and friends are .:. .:':; __ West Weldon St. and Ra...-...
bvonths.Mrs. life. ; Invited and asked:! to remainfor .
.. ford Road 1i* .'
dinner the grounds fol- -- "" "' -
five\ on
Surviving daughters -
Mitchell was born In f are { --
7 L 1, Parker pastor
'' p. m.-
Madison on Deo. 24. 1804, and Mrs. Elsie Surrency, of lowing: the morning worship .**
was the daughter of the late Teen' Cove Springs ''Mrsl Ed- ''hour. ; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKK ItAfFOKD BAPTIST NOKTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Sunday (Services Sunday.

:Frederick P. and Mary Put- na"Smith.;! of-Starke. 'Mrs. Lillian Rev. Harold Warner evangelist I CHURCH; CHURCH CHURCH I. CHURCH School loya. m. Morning"4' ***

I p.4m, Shaffer. She had lived'inParke f Montgomery ofRussellvlUe for the Areawide Crus- Sunday Brotherhood Sunday School 10 a. m. School Worship 11 ,a. n4c.. A Youtl\..",
10 m.
Sunday a.
Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule of services: Sun-I' I
ade will preach at the mornIng Group. 6 m. Evening Worship -
B since 1905. where her Ala., 'Mm. Irma Pollardof meeting and breakfast at the Morning Worship 11 a. m. p.
\ Morning Worship 11 m.; ''
a. "
School 10 .Worship 11 School 9:45 m. Morning -
a.m. day : a.
ofMltchell's j service. 7:30 Sunday .Leland A.Baker 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting; ,
(husband was the founder KattlesburK! :, Miss and Mrs. church : a.m. and 7 p m-Rev. Evening Worship 8 m.:
10:43 m. p.
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Worship. : a. .
Drug Store Helen Perkins Ch ldersburg School 9:45: a.m. Morning pastor 7:30: p. m. Thu1'l4ayLel'OY .
HOMECOMING SUNDAYAT Union 6:30: p-m. ,,Rev. Jack Training Union 6:45: p. m. rf Prayer Meeting Wednesday '"
j A member of the First" PresIbyterlan Ala.; two* sisters. Mrs.: Lonnle FIRST CHRISTIAN Worship, 11 a.m. sermon "Iliat Stolte pastor. Evening Service 7:43Mid: Thursday Visitation, 10 8 p. m. Sing each\ ) Friday at 8 Llghtsey! pastor Ise
Church of Starke, Deese of :Bartow.t aidMrs. You May Be E8tabIl8hed"Traln1n1l
m. and 7 p. m.
j Week Prayer Service Wed- a. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pas
'Mrs. Mitchell was also -an Leila Kelly'of, Ponte ,Vedra. Also Annual Homecoming Day Union, 6:15: : Evening tor. AIRPARK BAPTIST .wx

I honorary life member of ,the surviving pe21:; grandchildren : will be observed Sunday. May Worship 7:30: p.m., Area-Wide 422 CHURCH N. St.OF Clair GOD St.;: Staike.. nesday, 7:43: p. mMAIHSCO.V NEW RIVER BAPTIST Sunday Services l : Sunda ""**

United Daughters of the Confederacy and.sixt great grandchildren. 7. at the First Christian Evangelistic Crusade, BHS BROOKER BAPTIST School; 9:45: a. m. Morning".
Sunday School. 10 m.
: of Starke. Dinner will auditorium Harold Warner .a. STREET Sunday School 10 a. m. *
Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. m. Training1
surviving are one daughter, Funeral services! were held at be served' on the grounds following evangelist This meeting held Worship Services. 11 1.t m- Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
BAPTIST CHURCH 11 Union 6:30 Evening '
Morning Worship, a. m. : m.
and a nightly same time. and 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednes Union 7 m. Eve-
Mrs. Lester Crews 2 p. Sunday in- the''Starke the morning service. All Training p. *"
''granddaughter. Crews, Monday Trustees Meeting day. 7:30: p. m. Prayer; Meet- 8 Training Union, 6:30 p. .m. Service. 7:30: Wednesda .
Carolyn Church of Ood with Rev. I. S. members former members. Homecoming Sunday. May ning Worship. p. m. ,
5 RA meeting, 0 Ing, Friday 7:30: p. ni.-Rev.L. E v.e n I n g Worship. 7:30: Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.
both of Starke. Williams .officiating Interment I and friends of the church are p.m. p.m. 7Dinner on the grounds' Wednesday\ night !service '
Funeral services were was In'.the-fam4lyplot In Invited to participate. Bible Survey Clans 7 p.m. S. Williams pastor. 12:45: p. m. Everyone invited. 7:30: p; m. Everyone welcome. Prayer Meeting Wednesday; Rev. Leroy OHvet Pastor. :.T

Meld at 2 p. m. Sunday In Dyal Cemetery "under direction Tuesday Helen Masters Opportunities of service: : -L. L. Parker pastor. 7:30.: Vernon N. Williamson "..
with Circle at the. church: 9:30 a.m. KINGSLEY LAKEBAPTIST pastor I CALVARY: BAPTIST
Jones Memorial Chapel '' IAA AAAu4AUU..AAAAAAHAMPTON i 'I*
of DeWHt'C. Jones Puneral Sunday School 9:43: a. TO- t i
Rev Robert Burch pastor of Home. Ida Darby Circle at home of CHCTCCIt Worship Service 11 a. m. CIIURCII OF CHRIST! Sunday School 10 a. m. "
Mm. E. W. Hayes; Lorena E\\>- IIEILBRONN BAPTIST
the First Presbyterian Church. .
School Training Union 6:13.: Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m. "
officiating Interment'was In person Circle at home of Mrs. Sunday 9:43: a. m. Sunday: Bible Study 10 Sunday School 9:45: a. m. I ''*
Morning Worship 11 Worship 7:30: In, BHS audi- Training Union, 6:30: p. m':
Oak Ridge Cemetery at Madison THE RIGHT POINT far UM Cula Coran 2:30: p.m. Junior a. jj a. m.; Morning Worship and i Morning Worship 11 a. m. "
Mrs. 3:30: Training Union 6:15: p. .... torium. Communion Service 11 m. Training 8:30 I Evening Service 7:30.: Prayer
at 5 p. m. Sunday with the way you writ*. Come la By l\IIU7'WJI1Jams Choir Sunbeams p.m. I a. Union : p. m. 7:30''
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral andelect. :yodr rfavorUe ES- Junior GA meeting 4:30.: Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. Madison Street Is cooperating Evening services 6:30.: Evening Service. 7:30.: Mid- Meeting. Wednesday. : ""

Home In charge of arrangements TERBKOOK fountain, pen. LB&&A&...... Ethel Biggs Circle at homo of Midweek: Prayer Service.! In
TELEGRAPH., Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Parker Mrs. Sue :Milea Brownee Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev. campaign\ May 7-21 .- 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. p. m. Wednesday. Troy ..pastor:. 'd/ ....

I attended the funeral of Mrs. Circle at home of Mrs. I. T. Jim Rlgdon pastor. Come let I Rev. Felder L, Rowan pastor. Bell. Johnson pastor. B\PTIST' CHURCH- .'

R -. Parker's brother, Richard Jones 7:30: p.m. us worship together :HOPE .

Fowler. I In Cullman Ala. last Wednesday Bible Survey [Highway 100 at Thrre-

Thursday. Class 9:30: a.m. ,Sunday .School 10 o. m. .
: Get ,the big shoot'KAISER Mrs. O. L. DeBoso of Vero Thursday May 11 Visitation I IAiVmmrn Morning. Worship-11 a. m. '.

-"'''' Beach spent several days last 10 a.m. Tralntn i''tJnlon-i-6:30; : p rn- -'

'w'' .., --.-'" ..J-: : : week with her aunt Mrs. T. F. An investment in Your' Future Evejiln Worship 'II: ....
..-' -' Brown. p.m. *
-= Mr. and Mrs Roy Roark ]
.- -- 'and family moved their new Sunday Church School PINE LEVEL BAPTIST .".

.... r "',+- -. trailer laSt week to the lot 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, 11 CCfo m C .!,*.

< I
-- nwtlng. Lake City. 2:30.: MYK' da.IraterIi 11 .-
1 .. Charles Williamson enter- Morning Worship a. nv
-=., ,- 'I
< 6 MYF meetings
-- ed the Medical Center in Snaok Supper ; Pre-6ervlc [Booster Band. .,
-, Gainesville last week with a' 6:30.: Evening Worship I Ynunn People and PrayMtx
I' : ----- Service], 6 Evening-
.' bad eye injury.Mr. 7:30.Monday ---- -- -" -- 9. m.
Circle 2 mot.tsat -
and Mrs. Roy J. Williams : === Worship)' 7 p. m. Uldw. Jk,
L. A. Davia home with Mrs.
''and Earl left Tuesday' aervioe., Wednesday. 7:30: p.'"''
Ask and he will tell
i Daisy Perryman as hostess, any boy you s
morning for Tampa where m.-R v. D. I. Ramsey pa">.::.
f 3:30.: Girl Scouts meet In Fellowship II ...
they visit Mrs. WIlJ1ama'daughter. = tor. -
Jack McDan-
t Tuesday' Circle 4 meets at I
t .: lels. and family also Mr. Wil : borne of Mr*. Charles Sawyer, :: When winter is past and most of tlia: spring: rains have come and gone, what A === I BETHEL BAPTIST" CHTJRCW.' ..

; liams' daughter. Mrs. Louise,1111 Circle 5 meets at home joy it is for a boy to go barefoot and feel the warm moist earth oozing up between his = ..e
< ALUMINUMSI'ATENTEEJI PYe ,and family in Miami. : a.m. E. L. 11 = toes and the hot sun on his back. .. It's a wonderful feeling-remember! __ I Sunday School, 10 a. m.
: .. of of Mrs Matthews -: Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
They will return by way -
am., with Mrs. T. T. Long' If it has been time since in the of ]like-minded .
Monticello to visit Mrs. Wil i some you were warm company E E'Ienl.tll.Worllhlp, 7:30: p. m--
TWINR1BTROOFING l liams' parents Mr and Mrs.. and Mrs. T. H. Blade aa co- I I == Christians and basked In the warmth and love of God's glory and grace as manifested(( --= I Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m '"
I hostesses Wesleyan Service In His Church attend this coming Sunday. It's wonderful to that
'Jenkins.. They plan to leave a feeling sense you = Wednesday. Rer. W. X INewmans
there for. Indiana to'Islt Mp. Guild at the church 7:30: p.m. I are In tune with God your fellow man, and the universe. pastor. -
," ANO"SIDINlj\: Wednesday Circle 1 meetsat "
Williams' brother. Frank Williams home of Mrs. O. L. Haynes'I = 7 wan glad when they taut! unto ins, lit '/.'/go into the house of the Lord." : i ,

'. keeps buildings up to 15*cooler: not \ who is very Ill. They' Jr., Circle 3 at home of Mrs. I'' = raalm 122:1. E3 SMYRNAIAfiSSiONARYi ; tTl

I f' summer sun'f\ plan to make their home in Jack Eaves 10 a.m. Primary, = = i I BAPTIST CHURCH( ..

Nevada or California.Mr. Junior and Youth Choir pl'lie'- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunda''*
to Install
wide sheets :
long easy x and Mrs. Frank Brown
lice 3:15.: Prayer Meeting 7p.nx. serviced! : Sunday School. 10_
,.: '. can't rust warp or rot \\\f f 'aMYt.w.a and daughters' of Winter Hav- I \ a. m.' Preaching 11 a. m.I -
fewer }jolnts.Jighter.rOQfS( !) en apent Sunday with Thursday, May 11 Don 4 RvaElyrr Training Union 6:15: p. m. ..
S12i5 mother Mrs. T. F. Brown. I
Cub Scouts meet in Fellowship ; Evening Worship 7 P. mEveryone '
We sheets to fit :. Hardin
cut the your 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall 3:13. Chancel Choir: I II I welcome .- Elder"1

!{,FARMER'S MUTUAL EXCHANGE Mr.-Jacksonville; and Mrs. K.were B. Watterson visiting I I rehearsal, 7:30.: j ji I i. T. C. Williams f pastor.

'''Starke, Fla. Phone 961-7871 last Saturday. i I! DEDJAN. BAPTIST [tBrookerl*:
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and

.,' Mr:: and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen ano were guests of Mr.. and t' + I!i Sunday School 10 a. m.

: were visiting Mrs. Hall's aunt Mrs. Alfred Thrift In St.George Morning Worship 11 a. m.

11'I in 'Jacksonville last Sunday.Mr Oa. Sunday. : + |I Training Union. 7 p. m. Eve" "

i PUBLIC ENEMY : and Mrs. Dewey Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stal- rl 1 I nlng Service. 8 p. m.-Rev.-;
moved to the Foster Shi Smith lings of Atlanta Oa. and Dennis r Lacy Conway pastor..
house from Starke last week. Poppell and granddaughterof
,- rJ r.Ile .
NUMBER' "Tf0"With Mr. and Mrs. .W. R. Brook- Lake City were guests of 1 AG11N LAURA ', ,\PTISTSUl'daI"School.

Ins moved to Starke this week. Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Newsome Oiunh. h dads oppolnltj spay. In Hill ; 9:43: a. m.

the exception of Termites. Household Pests are Mrs Daniels of Keystone Sunday night. I t world for lpr.odlnj tht ..."11',, d Nil ton p yd p -, ti 'vf Morning Worship 11 a. m.

the most destructive of all pests. They annually cost Heights was visiting in Hamp- Mr and Mrs. Lonzl Norman for man end ol Hit dimond 'lot mm to mpond] Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.

Starke Homeowners thousands of dollars. ton last Sunday.Mr. were visiting Mrs. Sam White- l to Hint Ian by lovlnf Mi mighbor./ Without Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
and Mrs. R. T. Nelson head who Is a patient In Lake Hill grounding In Ihi' Ion ol Cod, ..gmmimnl -
7:30 m.Rev. Luther McGee -
rFt : _
carriers. Many p.
known disease are suspects ,
{t? Many are moved in one of the Olivera'a Butler Hospital Sunday after .r devilry er my of, life will) .iM/ ? !I.'ilia pastor. .
I of carrying: some of our more mysterious dis- houses last week from Starke. noon. Mann and rln Imdom' which WI hold M I. .

ejaaea now under research. Mrs. Nellie Brown Mr. and Mrs Will Lewis anj Mrs. tl/ 'tar iilll Inivlloblr pin.*.., Dwotort' mn + FIRST1 PRKSBYTKRIAN;

Mrs. Lawrence Thompson and Cecil Lewis of Plant City were t from e Mfflili, point. ol,!,*,m thaI tappet ;t I Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
Jenkins Plant guests of Misses Eula and Pe- i fho sash hi Ih,tale. of MM sites, el.him.aH ...
Agnes of City 'Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Sf '... were visiting*Mr. and Mrs. D. cilIa Norman over the week- aid IH. lomtl,. ttyml. sal .tamer.iy j Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. ,
;., W. Swindell last week. I Z1 ..,, ponon ihould, aphid mi portlilBoH hi +1 Choir Practice Wednesday -

end.Mr.. and Mrs. Sherman Hi. Chur.h botovu.. K tilh,, .MM.. "truHl'" ...... .. 8 p.m. '

...................... Crosby and children of Gainesville 'I _1 "ran.'I Dlt, dtolh' ...dane.._. "'" .hkti. Rev D.. nurch. -
11, .If l l' were supper guests/ of f glow nH ut/ him Ine fo tn .t a dilld efM. Robert: .., ,), ..

\""::' -a J his parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. NORTHSIOE 'BAP.TIST "
-J -'! Bayless HiwayBy .
S r Crosby and his grandmother. I -" ; ...
.. "-:""' I Mrs. J. L. Johns Saturday I Located on jtayimanjh! -

\ night. I way [tSIl 23Sl: .t \ ,,
," .... .. ._ ... J Mrs. O. K. Crosby C.I..n* + a.r.
.. Sunday dinner guests of the (SR 161], l Services. : Sunday

,: ... ... ........yy..yyTY9 O. E. Crosbys were ltev. and School.; Ip! a..m.. SUnda
JlrDo.ve/ Medelraa and Morning Worship, 11 a, avTraining1

CHURCH NEWS daughters. Mr.and Mrs Joe Unton 6:30: p. m.

.Oju. .. .. ,' The Revival got off to a real Sapp and children. Mrs. Bev- I Evening 6ervlc:T(7:30.)( : MSG,

.,. \ I good start Monday night. We erly Spence and Bill Ingram of This Feature Published i in the of Week Prayeis! !S iI etvjre. Wedn_-
Interest Better by.
& had a record breaking crowd. Jacksonville Mrs. Eldon Sapp <
_i"r.f .n1,. Two faith.came Rev.on. Joe profession Olechea of ol and; Mrs.was J. L.Mrs.Johns.Sapp's The and occasion Civic-Minded Business Firms I hon..,pastor.BAYLE&S .-,

J:,_ To tov costly d.m.0e" to protect tIM health' of your family Green evangelist.Cove Services Springs begin Is each the Mrs. Crosby's birthday.Mr. \ JIIQH ?AYBAl"r1STJ11T1Ri .

subscribe now to regular .peat control ..tvle, .* e most and Mrs. Clarence' C FAULKNER BUSH'S STARKE'BUILDERS
nominal' fee.h night at 7:30.: Sunday will. be f
.. d<<.., Homecoming.: Dinner will. be Blvan.i and children spent the SINCLAIR SERVICE GULF SERVICE I Sunday St oo.14 r 10 a. m.;
weekend! with Mr. and Mrs
served at 1 o'clock. Singing SUPPLIES Inc.Featuring Service. 11
MornjnIl.Worsh1i\o, ,
Milton Blvlns In Jacksonville
S.. l{'il&z t Pet&t and memorial services will be I U-HAUL RENTALS Tun -upi4 Brake Repair ,".. m.j; -Training\ Union, 8:30:

\ conducted In the afternoon. Wheel llajancjng AM' Hardware I p. m. .Eyen,; g;JJfcorjinlp, 7:3ft-: .
4 f:' {} __ t..CNEMICALt(). Special singers ant: everyone I ,. The fountr .......'. Court, "Truck Trailer Complete Paint' Supplier ** p. (m.:
Invited to attend these nradford CfxiXr. 8tn<. of and Sporting Goodn .
are Florida Complete Lubrication Most Complete Line of Hail Prayer Meeting Wed., 7:30: *

For Information Call 964-5745 se rvi c e s. F.tat.: of Ethel Mandy White, Minor and Tackle In Bradford "CJI P K WITII us FlnST" : p.m.; O. A. Meeting W '.. PERSONALS D..d.Th. Tune-upa
7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal.
fl' I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sal- Perimn. 8tat.Interested Of Florida.In the To E.-All 709 S. Walnut I'h. 961.5899 263 N. Temple Ph. 961-7361 219 Washington St. 064-8270 Wed., 7:30: p. m.l| Brotherhood -

5 ". lets of wild Decedent. meeting. last Monday
You arc h..by. notified thata I
10 written instrument purportIng Edwards Grocery & Lawson Meat MarketAND I In each month. Rev. David
t. tn b* the Last Will and : DOYLE CONNER I Medelros? pastor.
Testament. of said decedent COLD STORAGEWe :
has bran admitted to probate In I Insurance Agency Mkt.GrKerlMeataFeed.
paid Court. .
HpoclnllzA: In Custom SIa.glit r
0 You are hereby STARKE ,:'t.Sunday5l
1 I within alx ralmdar months. S-A-V-n lug Cutting ft Wrapplnc .
.. from the datA .t the flrat publication I Prepared For Deep leas 9:45: a. m.
With Your Mutual
of this notice to appear -I Agent Raw & Oil Morning WorsHIp, 10:43: a. m.
In aid Court and. chew I Ica 'HONE Bftl-7059 Christian Servlpe Hour. 6:30p.
,...., If any you. can why the 222 N. Temple Ph. 961-7369 Ph. 964-5312 Starke. Fla.. :
t m. Wednesday: Youth Choir
action of said Court In admitting -
Buick Ba g nDays'are here: ; card will to probate should Practice; 3:30: pi m.Fellowship

not(HWAJ.' stand. ) unrevoked., I Starke 66" Service DeWITT C. JONES Supper 6:30;!:Mldweeic Bible

'_ ,-..,-.-- -. THEROM: A. TAW, County FUNERAL HOMES Study '7jl3.AtJylt:;; Choir: Prac.
,; Bradford. Flor BILL EDWARDSBrake
Judge County. tire 8 p. m: Charles Reese
.: ida.. Starke Ph. 961-6200
Br Dolor... Dumpier Clerk OF STARKE INC. minister
: : $Z4'U Service-Wheel Balance ,
First publication on April 13
x Keystone Heights -
,' H \ and Alignment
; : ; ., 4/13 4t 514 U.S. 3.01 NORTH Ph. 473.3176 .
: 'ro
I" .; 612 N. Temple Ph. 961.7231 Ph. 96 &.7600 Starke. Fla. t nceto-wn --.
to. r ., House of ........
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SENIOR bill comet up for action in Uio equipment has been medically Mary Allen at our lixit meet- Adjustable Vinyl Book way you wilte. Come In\ AdJUHtable Vinyl Bwa( :

Congress. necessary is long enough ing. Don't forget! to bring I Covers.: All sizes 30 cents ea and select ;your favorite ES- Cover. AU stee 30 cents ctu

CITIZENS This campaign will be continued the cost may be covered by along the materials needed to at The Telegraph. TERBROOK fountain pen. at The Telegraph.That's .
at subsequent meetings, Medicare-covered! rental chary start building one at our picnic rr STALLING'S CORNER
"Ask. and you shall receive. and we ask the people of oar ges. The user can pay the difference which will be held en the I INII'loT 0 JI'Ort nnAPKoiui .
Seek and .ou shall find." 250 county to join, us in writing. In'what has been paid home grounds of Joe and: Beth In .COUNTY FLO III DA. I GLASS Our Business
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pieces! of mall were signed by Post cards and:!. letters shouldbe In rent and the purchase price.In Werner on Lake Geneva We EMMA PIOAHCK HltyU dnrpmind LOUNGEYour

members of the Bradford I addressed to the Hon. either case the equipment will meet at 11 a. m. at Key- 'VOTICR' credltora' 'TO of<'"the MniT011aAll aittate. of I -If It's Glass We Hay It" OASIS

.. County Senior Citizens Club at Charles E. Bennett and Don becomes his or her property.:; atone Beach on May t and Emma P..nrr.. Hill d.ceaaod pro
the APril 29 meeting and post Fuqua House of Representatives Happy birthday to E. Bon- proceed from there. We hope hi-rpby. notified and required to I CALL WRITE or VISir' CLOSEST Spot For

ed"to all Florida Congressmen' Washington, D. C. 200- awandt. for: good weather. Come along fill"."0'"any they.cliilmn may hove or domandu BKnlnntnld I FOR ANY GLASS NEED LIQUOR} WINES BEER
atJ4 Senators' asking their 02. Also to Hon. Spessard Holt The project of a dish gardenwas and Join in the fun. oMlnl" In the office of the

support\ of HR 5710 when this land and George Smothers demonstrated, fry Mrs. Joe Keriigan (rountv. Florida Judge,"In or the llrndforu courthouse, County at We Design Modern Store Fronts Open 9 A.M.12 P.M.

Senate Office BuUdlng Wash. t Reporter. wtarkc FtorldB within al" culenflnr Just Mail Us A Pattern For
ington! D. C. 20002. This is ut flrnt. month.publication* from. the of thla date noticeKiuh of the L P Table TopeSHEA'S ; Friday and Saturday 9 A.M.\ 2 A.M\

most importance for the well, I'liilm or tlemand muat ba
FLORIDATHEATRE In wrltlnn and must state thepliice SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST\ 3 FIFTHS
being of you and your r NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED or realdvnc and pout officeaddreas .
Medicare reaches across thq of the claimant and OR QUARTS
border. Latest Information In. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY noel. his be agent nworn or to hi"by. the attorney clalmant ;' :: -,

dlcates that the House of ir It will become void. according1to 8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301

Commons has approved 'a" govf, March law. 80 1967. 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FU2-4353
7 ernment bill setting up a mid Is/ W. If. JonnaW.
Sbowtlme-Wl'ekdays brief illness Funeral
which fcecomei H. JONES, CoAdmlnlatrator -
Icare system /
Sunday 3:00, Saturday I Sylvester Covington of I services will be held at 3 p. of the --::-- --
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effective July I
shoUlJcheck Sdarlce! was honored during m. Saturday.' May 6, In Simpson ICmate or .Emma Pearce
All employed persons : Hill decramdfH
Friday Saturday Methodist Church ,
commencement week at Day- corner "- Jonpa
:;: May\ 5, 6Double their Social\ Security tona Beach Junior College a* of Cleveland St. and Kings (I itA VI>ON JONES, CoAlIn.nl.trRtor I
theExtate ,
earnings at least once every; af AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
student in Road In Jacksonville. Rev.
Feature Program I three Errors cannot;be an outstanding of 'Emma
years. electronics. He will start work I Redrick officiating. Glover & Hill dceaaedFlr.t .
corrected' after three ; !\ publication nf May 4 p..ar""j _
ELKE year this month with RCA accordIng Holmes Morticians in charge. .
STACK I three months and 15 ) n/4 41p 5/85
30MMER Farm 700A can be obtained ajt to college officials.RECREATION I ---

,NANCY\ CHRISTIAN the Social Security office oj! The Little League NEWS baseball Our Servicemen Spray All Day AUTO SALVAGEPaul's Farm and Industrial LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
I post office for your convent
({\WAKr.MARQUAKDIAAIRRMO ; lence. ] i season opened\ Wednesday for Equipment Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock Office

If you are sick at home an<| boys 7 to 16 years of age. Saturdays ,
: need special medical equip There are four Midget League Auto SalvageWe Most Fashionable EquipmentSmithCoronaAuthorized

ment such as hospital bed teams and four Little League Buy Wrecked Cars At Santa Fe Tractor Address For Ladies
tend, teams. Games will be played TOP PRICES DRE..foiJSEs8UIT8COATSILTERNITY
wheel chair or oxygen
Jt40NE Dealer
each Wednesday and Thursday
the benefits Medlcare/f;
rental of starting at 4:30: p Jn. at. AH IlakMfoWl.! Used Inc.
Part B Includes the Clary-Victor-TotoUla
such equipment for as long as the Reno Recreation. play. Parts FORDFarm 7 W. University, GalneevilieMEN'S Adding Machines, Calculators:
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The ground.All Teletype 8ervl.\\8 will find
is medically necessary.
parents and baseball fans i, part for SALES-SERVICE-RENTALS
any you.
rent is a time payment. J just Tractor & Implements WEARL I I
are invited to come out And FOR FREE ESTIMATE I II Golnenvllle 576-4912'
LADISUS like buying any appliance on Ford Industrial Equipment Dlsrum yetis
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support your children 441 N. Pat Stork Yard
GEORGES GARVARENTZ: time. If the period for wljlcB team. I CALL USED EQUIPMENT & L Men's Shop
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JAMES with first.
HILL" requirements us

..-;;.;..-. NAT WACHSBERGER.-- "SSiKf. CiEMENS, MM' softball The l Reno team Recreation defeated! Waldo!girls Florida Pest Control and BRASINGTONCADILLAOOLDSMOBILE SALES PICK -UP PART& DELIVERY SERVICE .. Peso Florshelm Plum Shoes-Suits S28 N.Phone Muln 876-5551 St. Gainesville

lthMs/l W IIra.Rrt p.d b waltat 301DRIVEIN: : 24-2 in their last. encounter.I I II .4488. N.W. Sixth Gainesville 01 Ladies Sports Wear

Plus Watch his paper for the next Phone 376-2348 Arrow Dress Shirts

softball game Chemical Co. Inc. 13 W. University, Gainesville PAINT & GLASSLiddell ,
Jackson asks all
parents and basketball fans to Fine Selection of Used Can GARDEN SUPPLIES Paint &
r .i JOINtlY"HEllO come out and make a success I 639 E. Call St. Phone 964-5715 i Taken On Cadlllan Trades MOBILE HOMES:
ful baseball season for the Little ,
2001 N.W. 13til. Rt. 441 }
Glass Co.
Leagues. PHONE 378-6301
Johnson & Faris Inc. MUSTANG
ADMISSION Back-to-School Night will beheld STARKE NURSING HOME I Mobile Homes Inc. PAINTS .I

at the regular PTA meet- !; Complete Line of GtM'-)Jlrrol'1l Sliding Door,

LCIYI.IS.nauttov, Adults 75e Students 60* In IT. The Elementary Glee Club CRANELINCOLNMERCURY SEEDSPLANTSIntlcidPet Gainesville's Discount Mobile Tub Enclosures-Shower flour.WindowsA .
Children Under 12 Free' SuppliesFERTILIZERS wnln&Carpet'VallpaperStoretron& I
will render a short musical Home Sides Lot.
t UCHWICC1QR.: program under the direction, Purchase discounts on entire
: Phone 969-4271 Starke Fla.
Sat. Sun. I Authorized Sale & Service
of Mrs. W. M. Randolph, music chain guarantee huge savings
'" Fertilizer
"' : \ May 5, 6, 7' director. I 606 E. University, Gainesville 'We Rent Spreaders' 116 N.W. Sixteenth St.
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Double Feature ProgramIT attend and check on the pro- .all ace PHONE 372-0470 PACEMAKERUsed

Sun., Mon., Tues. press that has been made by Imports Gainesville, Flu. Mobile Homes Low

I ... May 7, 8, 5)!) i HAPPENS I IN THE 'I the children, talk with each I 2. We have K.N.'s and L.I'N'e' on duty 24 houM Volvo FIAT-HILLMAN(Marcedea-Benz) Priced. With approved credit SEWING MACHINES
f will
teacher ask questions that a day. low as $100 down.
PARIS EVEN PARISIAN '; help each parent understand 2201 N. Main Gainesville GLASSGAINESVILLE National Sewing
Hombre the schol program better. Be- Phone 372-4373 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North

means frpshml'nh UTilI be.serve:!. 3. We have our own X-ray and laboratory (Mr.
NEVER SEE. Gainesville 378-1346 Machine Co. Inc.
.. OES MEETING Janiex Muncrlef In our full. ) time licensed. technician : ,
:l.pin... I Dell Chapter, Order of East ). Beauty Academy CALL COLLECT
New Home, Pf af f, Nelco,
Paul i SHOCK ern Star will! meet Thursday
I v GLASS CO. INC. Universal Sewing Machines
AFTER nlo-ht at'73; In the Masonic ,
Newmanis I Hall on Brownlee Street. The 4. We are llcenanl" for 00 beds by the State Board POWELL'S Motorcycles) Scootera Sales & Service

'rS SHOCKAFTER Deputy, Mrs. Annie Fleming,I of Health Llveime No. 9. "EVERYTHING!: IN GLASS Nearly New Units S5 monthly

will be on hand to Install of- i Beauty Academy CYCLERAMAMotorcycles Budget Terms Availablet t
Store Fronts Mirrors -
Hombre! :i" !SHOCKcoLCMsvEASTMANCOLOft to ficers.b All members are asked II.Ve lime, a modern, fireproof building. with central Learn a Profession In Your Windows Sliding Glass nil W. University. Gainesville''
<" ftrcsent! : and on time '" "
vtttrnc1i NEWS ulr-romlitloiier and heat. I Spare:Tim Full or Part Time boors Tub Enclosures 378-1335
Philadelphia Baptist Church 8038 N. .. Waldo Rd. BII WSALES
at Lawtey will have regular 3. We are within two block,* of the Bradford County Tuition Terms SERVICE
I 219 N.W. 10th Ave. GalnefiviUa 876.2084University TILES & PAINT
services Sunday with Sunday Ilonpltiri. ACCESSORIES!:

f School at, 10:30: a. m. Morning :' Galnee"lIIe8781766 615 W. University. Gainesville'
LV I Worship 11::30. Rev.*Joaephus' 878-2811 FLINTKOTE: TILE
1.'e have a flue staff vt Doctors ervlnj' the
Johnson will bf> the speaker, Glass Vinyl-Vinyl Asbestos Aaphale.Floor ..
-sell'. ..al. _.._. Ii/:/'! I .1 Fverwonw hivited.
Plus '* Dennis, pastor.GI'eateT'A1len.
Chapter AMEN
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(fJh'i'rpb.'Rev.' ( ; L. A. Simpson I Long Distance Moving WALLPAPERTenneyTile
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nstor. Sunday School 10 fr. m. Local Drayage
IIICHARD BOONE D-r]U"ht S vinll' 'lime with,, V. We .are approved by the State Welfare" Agency ARE THE BEST FROM: AUTO GLASS Storage Packing Crating$( & Paint r!

SCANDAL MAGEXPOSED Mrs.; P.'..5. petestre In charge Edward's Tub Enclosures Showers! Shipping .
] Toe l"pqJt.! 11 n. m. Everlngwvice \ 10.'e are approval under Medicare.. Doors Store Front! FREE ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S :3222 Ns W. 6th St.
/ 6 p. mY) Holy Commun' I i Supply, Inc. Gainesville 378-1302 V
J ion. ; 1319 S. Main Gainesville MOVING .,r
_ I 11.Ve are large enough to all
? The Men's Day program Is give BuraUig eer- 730' S. l\raln-S72-4I1U 376-9951

1I t .....__ I Ir. t In' the'p'annlng., stage. All I Irartalns \tcen" that an adult may need, but intuit enoughto GAINESVILLE. FLA. i & Storage, Inc. TRAVEL .

CIIfPJNNnOi4llR94MRiRl.\: jfttrato.' .O : MrliuMqltiM tSslMf, !!tI..Wll/lui I 3540 N.K. Waldo Rd.
I rf i MIT the members and inform themof. IRON ORNAMENTAL
A.YMn.tllae..Mtl. Y.lMat.w I r.: Gainesville 372-4271
r. the activities and the House of Travel .3
a' part 12. Mir J. II. !Monrrlef \i. In charge of complete lab ELECTRIC MOTORS ,
each will to I
make the
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4'bw and No. 5.24.We .
wdyaa, oratory x-ray facilities. Laboratory
Wed., Thurs., (Fri. "'i. I nroaram a success. The pro- I Ornamental Iron MUSIC INC.

May 10, 11, 12 ram win terminate May'' 28. Comply With Title 6, Civil Right Law ELECTRIC
:. Steel StairsFabrication Lipham Music Co.
f ) AIRLINES,4! \ }

Wit>c.nt... Fo.P-II ,.. The Junior Christian'' Club CALL, WRITE OR COME BV Motor Repair Co. & Erection of STEAMSHIP' ,
Gainesville Ctr.372535S
\ met Monrtav. May 1, at the, AND VISIT WITH US. Light! Structural SteelMiscellaneous Shopping R. R.
CUARUON HESTOHREXHARR1SOH home of Miss! Janet Aldridge Iron "
Of Gainesville, Inc. 110 N. W. 10th Avenue Hotels! !
with all members present! and Luwton D. Thomas, OwnerAdministratorMrs. Car Rentals

Mrs. Cora Lee Abridge, as hos ",. Gertrude Kauffman-Asst. Administrator RepalrlngRewlndlneNew Authorized No Charge For Our Service,
Steel Products Co.
r3S1 tess. After the business session and Used Baldwin Pianos & Organs Weekdays 8:30: to 5:00: ;,1

the members en'oyed' refreshments WE COMPLY[ WITH TITLE VI WORK GUARANTEED Guitars Gibson Goya Sat 8 to 12. 9*|
of cake and Ice cream. S3 N.W.23rd Blvd.,Gainesville Drums Ludwig Sllngerland 3415. W. University Av ,*
THEA&flNVRNDTHE Oi EAT CIARNE 1030 S. Main Gainesville.
? Members of the club, under Feuder Standard Amplifiers Gainesville 3781601"J 1!
1 Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones Phone 372-8318 872-5381
twwa our/ioa saran. the supervision of Mrs. Clare \

: ,yyimwmrupwnuwautl, Ghent, are making plans for '-- I cs: =c ,.. ...
A I an entertaining- Mother's! Day
tvonrram which will be held at

ECSTASY Pleasant Grove Methodist

"nngDIANE" CILENTO/ Church.DEATH! Cora The AND publicU FUNERALMrs. Kelly, former invited. Area Wide Crusade For ChristMAY

"CINEMASCOPE Clot by De w.. resident 6f
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Memorial Hospital+ April 29, 7TH-21ST -- 7:30: P.M.




w rVMOND,:: .POSTER Defendant.Plaintiff. ,WELLS i.T' "It's A Kid's World" "Teenage Touch"

NOTirn I1IVOHCH or MI-IT' FOR Nightly-7.:15 P.M. Nightly-7:15: P.I.Dible : ''rr

No Job Too Large "WII'JJ..H'0' RAY'fOSD, JR. .FOSTER! Drama for kids Timely talks with teens r

Y.." HP. h.,r..hv notified that acomplaint with "Jim" Mr. Warner ,
for dlvorno him l b*.n
; No Job Too Small *rt aenlnat you and you arraqtilrftd ,
to .erv. a ropy nf you, ** ,

"nn.wrr'reef' ,,0"or RALPH pltadlnr M. plintl".U to THOMAS'th..com-attorney t. You Are Invited To Hear These Men of God '/

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I .answer of tha Clerk or ple.ding o.f th* Circuit In :thfflcii Eloquent, Biblical Preaching Soul-Thrilling Music and Song
(Potirt Prndfnrrl (County Floridaon .
or h.foro. th. loth "RY of w
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MACCLENNY, FLORIDA jiKlrmrnt hr doffiult will h.. i I
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Call Collect for. Florida this I* day of
April 19" I
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$4''% r AnyInformation259.3084Macclenny';, rt RRrf" A.0' "n.rnlC7R CRUSADE IS SPONSORED BY THE COOPERATING CHURCHES OF
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R1t.P'r. .\t for TNnMAqAtnn.v Plaintiff' Jim Lancaster Crusade Office: First Baptist Church Starke Phone 96 -6J62 Harold Warner
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