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 11, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Official Countu Publication Established In 1879


New Look) Berry Crop Study Group ProposedCounty -

For City's flits Cold


Old Streets i $600,000In

Some 14,651 square suite of a late Feb

yards of Starke streets ruary freeze that costa Now Serious
have a new look this weekas bumper crop of strawberries QuestionFor

the Columbia Paying Bradford growers
Co. of Lake City winds upa marketed over 200,000 -
$12,000 job paving flats at Starke and Law-
sales of Will small county governments, such as Bradford's,
deteriorating tevjor gross over
a new job in South- $600,0(10( in the season r 1 1F J 1' be able to operate efficiently and be of benefit, not a

gate Subdivision. just closed. burden, to the people who reside in them?
A one-Inch thick hot asphalt The Starke State Farmers It's a serious question in these days of the urban

topping was placed on all Market reported handling a oriented one-man, one-vote Legislature, Rep. Gene
streets worked by Columbia total of 109,563 flats duringthe
Shaw says. County courthouse officials will privately
paving, a much better quality season 6:5,76through:
job than the loose slag and Last of the 14,651 square yards of |paving) : goes down nit the the auction, and 43,799 flats admit that if race track funds now distributed equally

tar that was planned at first. approaches to the now armory are ". ""\'t'll. grown by buyers, on which the between all 67 counties and which amount to more than

Two-thousand! square yards ''I -"' market fee was paid, but $250,000 per year,_are taken away the small county
of new pavement went in ,'''' ,'''f'''" .. which did not go through the will find it virtually impossible to meet expensew..
Southgate on Southgate and f '; .. auction. These officials look anxiously -

Westward Drives, getting: each \. Estimated gross sales at upon the fact that the seventh -
...... ward supporting local government .
resident there within a block Starke totaled $322,115: (In. cent gasoline tax has and education programs.

of a paved road. I_ eluding both auction and non- been! redistributed to give the "One thing engendered this "
The 12,601 square yards of ;" auction berries.) larger counties more nod the (study committee bill)," Shaw
repair work saw most of the The new Lawtey market reported smaler ones less Bradford will says, "allegations made that
streets In Saratoga Heights, handling 95,000 flats get a cut of $30,380 from the certain counties exist solely
Banding, Pratt, and Bradford, with a $279,500 return to $125,459: It received last year 'with state money." He em-
all get a new topping alongwith growers, after deducting Bradford's Rep Shaw Is a phasized that he does not fav-
the following; sections ofstreets alp freight charges averaging 30 member of a subcommittee of or consolidation but does hope
In other sections of cents a flat. the House Ad Valorem Tax the study will dispel the argument -
town: Both markets figured the Committee which expecteU
was that if state funds are
Walnut Street from Call for berries fhiunher President llnvld Coats accepts this wuter-rolor"
average price paid to report favorably this morn- denied small counties, they
to Jefferson. straight ,through the season, portrait of the Ilnulfiml County' courthouse, from artist Joe Ing, (Thursday) a bill to will have little chance or reason -
Call Street, from Bay to at approximately $2.94 per Kitufniann, l.'t.t.Everett. create an Interim Legislative to remain In existence.The .

Orange. flat committee to study the gov- bill points out that
Orange Street, from Call Donald Bennett of Ben-Star ernments of small counties and counties In Florida have remained -
to SR-100. Farms, operators of the Law- the possibility of consolidating virtually unchanged.
-Water Street, from Call tel market' opened this sea. Elected some tiny ones. since the 1920', despite the
pant the old Stark Laundry.Ida son for the first time in 20 Shaw said Wednesday afternoon state's rapid growth and Improvements -

Street, off Pine near Can! now have smooth nailing on Walnut Street, between years said the organizationplans the bill, HB-1186 Intro- in transportationand

RJE High School. Call and Jefferson, one of the busiest sections In town an resident to Install cooler facilities duced by Rep. Ken Myers of communications. It also
Utilities) Supt. Oscar Davis In time for the 1968 season. To Head Chamber Dade County, will be reported points out that certain local
*u se, the Foot Office.
said that not nearly. an the The cooler will be constructed favorably from the subcom- governments because of their
street that need It were pay- on the present platform If mittee. He is "almost assured"it "size and narrow tax base are
ed, due to the limited! funds the Lawtey Council will givea will be
reported favorablyfrom required to rely on state subsidies -
available. Effort was made, he q $ ten year lease on the build H. H. (Pat) Everettwas for Novak's services. the full committee and, for their existence."

said, to pave the worst placesin ing, Bennett said. elected 1967-68 presi- The Governors also voted, if so, Shaw thinks it will pass As It comes from.' the subcommittee
the city spot where :i dent of the Bradford then rescinded their move to the House and Senate. the study group
something had to be done or 2 Hampton Men Chamber of Commerce by give Novak an additional $50 The proposed Interim committee will be composed of nine members -
the streets would ,be unusable the Board of Governors! per month salary raise from Shaw points'out,would 'wittf an 'appropriation of
In B & E a luncheon last the Chamber, ,
unless repaired. Charged : meeting Novak now study consolidation of governmental $45,000 for the entire' two-
___ Thursday, May 4, at the makes 18.500 per year and
At Mutual Lumber /functions within a year :period until the 1989 .
. Meeting SetSaturday Garden" 'liestaurant.Everett with both Increases would county! not just consolidation Legislature, convenes Three\ ..:..._
general manager of have received a $1.200 increase -
of entire counties members would come from the
r It took-Deputy Sheriff the Florida HYdrOCarbous gas instead of $300 he will
Rep. Shaw is a coIntroducerof Senate, appointed by' the
Robert Green hoursto
just eight
plant at Brooker
was now( receive.
HB-1188 "for self preservation President of the Senate; three
track down and arrest two ?
.I replace President Elect The Chamber's raise, which purposes only." He Is would be House members, appointed -
For Teachers youths who broke into' the. George Pierce, a member of was Included In the budget, the lone small county member by the Speaker. The
y l'vhk' 1 1e
M ; Mutual Lumber Company offices
the firm
of Thomas
and Pierce voted down In reconsideration .
was a -
of the Ad Valorem Tax Com- remaining three, a member of
and garage Tuesday who resigned because of busi- of the after
move sev-
Bradford school teachers mittee. the news media, a representative -
have been notified of a meet- night. ness pressures. eral members questioned Admitting the commltte of the Florida League of
I Phillip Allan Keys 21, and Everett is Slated to take office where the money was coming
study it is ando
assuming Municipalities
ing Saturday. May 13, at 10 approved, a repre-
Jimmy Edward Long, 20, both next February. David. from saying the Chamber la .
a.m. at Columbia High School aV can go either way, Shaw hopesthe sentative of the Florida Association -
In Lake City "for a thorough of Hampton are Charged withbreaking Coats manager of the Holiday" still In debt. No budgetary Increases investigation will show of County Commissioners
Discussion of sanctions." and entering with Intent Inn, Is currently heading. the."-* can be justified, it was that many small counties are would be appointed by
The meeting Is one of a to commit petit larceny. Chamber. -' argued, until all debts are re- doing their "fair share" to the Governor.
series called by the Florida Southgwte residents will colas the mud with pavement now Arraigned before County JudgeT. Bradford County has pros- tired.
A. Yawn Wednesday both pects of gaining two small In- Novak had not requested the
Education Association all over reaching within a block of every home.
waived a preliminary hearingand dustries In the near future increase. Gainesville Firm
the state by President GeorgeDabbs
who has so far refusedto the services of an attorneyand Everett reported aa chairmanof In other action, the Governors -
the cases were transferred the Chamber's' Industrial :
confirm or deny sending the
Education to Circuit Court. Committee. He declined tAt -Accepted on behalf of the
no tires. Bradford Distance Service
Association President Charles Long DisruptedAs The breaking and entering name the prospects but said Chamber. water color portraitof New Accountants
he one is a soft [Iknltl] garment the "old" courthouse from
said received -
Francis Wednesday .
took place about 10:30: Tues- manufacturer and the other Is artist Joe Kaufmann.Saw .
< officials telling him not to Thieves Cut 35,000 Feet of LineLong day night and Deputy Green a poultry processing plant President David Coats

comment. took the two Into custody at with a capacity of handling receive a quart of red-ripe Hired Council
But Bradford teachers were 7 p.m. Wednesday. 1,800 birds per hour. Bradford strawberries in a cup By
distance service i about $640 on the junk dealer The Governors okajed a request -
handed notices Monday which wrapped in green crepe paper
Stolen from the lumber com-
read through the Starke, Lawtey, market, but its replacementand from the Bradford from Lawtey's Strawberry
: Kingsley Lake exchanges value in new wire would run pany, on US. 301 south of County Fair Association that
"As you are undoubtedlyaware Queen. 11-year-old Deborah A new auditing firm has been hired by the
was disrupted early this week close to $1,000, It was said Starke, and recovered wok an ExecutiveSecretary Pete No-
from current developments Ann Jordan. Deborah Ann and Council to set up books for the city and install an accounting -
The stolen lines to
It is obvious that sanctions when approximately 35.000 belonged electric drill, a soldering< 'Iron, vak serve as manager of the her mother, Mrs. Barbara Jor-
feet of wire was cut Southern Bell Telephone Co., systemThe
are now a very real copper a quantity of copper tubing, Bradford County Pair. They dan, were special guests! of Gainesville firm of Pur- It was Dandelake's) second
from In the Maxville which handles all long distance
probability. rather than a pos- also voted to give. Novak the County Agent George Huggliis, dismissal >by the city within a
area by unknown. thieves. calls from Starke. miscellaneous tuolx and $8.63 SO vis, Gray, and Powers was officially
month the Fair
per Assoc
sibility. The notices said that who gave a report on the pro- year.
The stolen wire would bring Continued( on Page Two] In cash. iation Is the employed by the city
paying Chamber
teach. [Continued letter
at the Saturday meeting on Page Six at a special council meeting In the acknowledging
ers will: Monday afternoon May 8. A his dismissal, Dandelake also
-Be briefed on the. current committee of Councilmen Nell told the Council:
situation. -- 7th Cent Distribution-- Tucker, Merritt Williams, and "It Is with regret I am un-
-Have, all sanctions possi- Jimmy McRae retained the able to play the game of politics -

bilities thoroughly explained. firm last week after conferringwith as you apparently wish

Have-Have question.the opportunity answered.to New Gas Formula To Cost Bradford $30,380 its council representative.The members. voted to certified play It under public my accountantto name asa

toward the detriment of Innocent
express their feelings unanimously for the move and
sanctions. "We almost were eliminated of Miami was chosen because 17th district member said City Clerk Merrill Edwards. people."
State educators are frustrat- entirely" Rep. Gene, Shaw any plan giving greater weightto Jacksonville Rep. Fred made no comment. City Attorney George Pierce
(Continued on Page Two) says of the new three-part collections returned to the Schultz, who stuck with the Work on setting up the new has been asked 'to give the
collections, one-part area home county would have left smaller counties, revealed one system was begun Tuesday by Council an opinion as to whether .-
formula for distributing the 23 small' counties short of of the reasons why he, all. of the new firm there Is a binding contract
BOOK "SALE;: I 7th cent gas tax the Florida funds to meet present maintenance the veteran members of the At Its regular meeting Tuesday between the city and
House 100-14 need Dade and hr n I Dandelakn.
passed last Fri County delegation May 2, the Council dismissed .
But Rep. John Crider of most of the other nonfreshmen k"" Auditor George Dande- In other action at the special
May 18-19-20 day.Shaw accuses the 11-man Jacksonville made a final effort Democrats from the big counties lake, but there Is still some session, the Council agreedto
puval Coun'y: delegation, with -Friday to stick In an 80-20 voted with the small coun. question as to whether the city pay $140 to Columbia Paving -
At.The Guidon the exceptions of Rep Fred plan that would be more favorable ties. will have to pay Dandelake his Co. to pave two entrance

Restaurant Schultz and Rep. Ted Alvarez, to large counties. Although Schultz told the House that fee, between $2,000: and $2,800, ways to the, new armory on
of leading the fight to en- several proponents of he could not vote for the same for the current fiscal year Edwards Road.

lc $1 tirely eliminate. area, which Crtder's amendment jumped formula for the 5th and 6th which ends September 30.
To would base the <7th cent on up Speaker Pro Tern James cents gasoline tax in constitutional The Council feels the city VFW OfficersTo
collections' In each county, Walker recognised Rules Committee revision. The plan ap- owes Dandelake nothing since
Sponsored By from the new formula. Under Chairman E. C. Rowell parently Is to base distribution he had not begun work on the Be Installed

Bela Sigma Phi the 3-4 --1-4.plan passed Fri of Wlldwood who moved to of this money which Is first half-year audit for the' Next ThursdayInstallation
day Bradford County will receive adjourn DO minutes. used for bond retirement, con- current fiscal year. But Dande-
To Benefit $30,380 less than the This maneuver killed Crld- struction and right-of-way K ."p C+ ]lake, in n letter acknowledging of officers of'
$125,459 it received last year, er'a amendment and the House acquisition, strictly on collections his dismissal said he had Bradford County VFW Post
Library Fund Shaw said. The new figure U went on to pass the 73-25: In the county. To put It planned to begin work on the 8058 will be held in the show-
expected to be $95,079. formula 10014. In the proposed new .constitu audit Monday, May 8, after room of Baldwin Chevrolet Co.
..,-- Union County will receive Rep. Shaw was not surprised tlon will require a 3vote, his dismissal. at 8 p. m. Thursday May 1&.
This Space! Contributed over a SO per cent cut, going* at the formula change; he of each house of the Legislature He stated In the letter that Thla) will be an open meet-
down to $46,992 from $100,501. knew It was coming. In tact and some small-county he feels he cannot release the ing and the public\ Is cordially
Weekly to Publicize Clay County will receive overa It was somewhat a victory' for help may be needed. city! from its agreement. Dan- invited to attend. Douglas
6O per cent cut. going downto the small counties who could Shaw also said that Duval delake said he had told the Baldwin Id the local Poet Com-
Community. "Events br. $46,992 from 100501. Clay have lost everything In the Rep. Ted Alvarez stuck with Council when hired lost year, mander.
County will take a $52,000: cut. urban packed legislature, he the small counties on a crucialtie he would lose money on the Walter H, lee was tecently
The CommunityState Only two of Rep. Shaw's said.But vote to adjourn which 50 Pounds of TurtlehoodGeorge audit for the first halt of the unanimously elected to be the
six counties Columbia and Shaw was "still upset" would have left the small year but would make it up on Sixth District Chaplain. This
Bank Nassau will gain. Nassau got Sunday over the desertion of counties holding the bag; had the second half-year examin- area covers Nassau Duval. St.
$161,431 last year and will the Duval delegation. He the House dismissed itself. Simpson (right: ) and friend, Larry Perkins, of New ation. Johns Putnam. Clay Brad
Accounts now Insured now receive 165760.: Columbia points out that the small counties /- But Shaw called the ,big ]Philadelphia, Ohio, are pictured with 50-pound Alligator Turtle The auditor made his proposal ford. Baker, Columbia. Su-

op to $15.000 by County would receive a $33,000 like Bradford, which sur- county coalition of Duval, cHlllllborou&h during at recent fishing... expedition. at Hampton Lake. In by letter and the Council wannee Union, and Alachua
Federal Deposit Insurance Increase. round Duval are trade areas and Plnellas iplta' of Its unappetizing look covered! with ftlutrp spine onto accepted the letter as tbeterm.e Counties.Mr. Lee U an ordained -
Corp. According to Shaw, the 75- for Jacksonville. Counties "one of the most vie- of the contract, but no .
I back the turtle made "good rating" after It wee Baptise minister and a disabled
25: formula worked out and "It was totally disgusting lous things I'v. ever seen they say formal contract was drawn. World War n veteran.
introduced by Rep. Ken Myers and I told them .0.'" the fiery Continued On Pag Two! butchered and cut! Into steaks.


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TIlimSDAV.' MAY_II, 1967
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Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baa- Beta Sigma Phi W'.' Crown ChapterHousekeepers
well were visiting/ Mr. and Mrs.L. !; Y Y.r. MeetThe
Installs Officers ..
C. Smith and family at Vero ... ...

C/ Beach from Thursday to Sun- Gamema Theta Chapter. of Crown Chapter of the I

day.Mr. Beta Sigma Phi held Its Instal- National Executive Housekeepers -
and Mrs. Milton Hartzell lation of officers Monday even- ,. Association. were entertained -
of Daytona Beach spent Sun- with a covered dish lunch- A
GLADYS MOOTY\ day with her parents Dr. and Ing. eon last Thursday n&on at the \

Phone 961.7608 Mrs F. E. BOllinger. Installed as President for I ttw''i ... home of ,M1's. Smith DeVoe
the coming year was Mrs. I .... '' i e completelynew
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene Bloodwart.h. Assisting ; ', housekeeper! 'of Holiday Inn, t'
Apd James : wrlUvMm.\ Lila Caldwell! housekeeper -
visited her parents. Mr. "', n
:Mr. and Mrs J. O. Caldwell Mrs. R. S. Fox and daughterof Mrs. H. L. Chancey in Wacls- her will be Mrs. W. H.. Robert Johns j' of Bradford County I N

had! .aa weekend guests Mrs. Gainesville\ were vla-tlng sa on Sunday. VicePresidentMrs Hospital as co-hostess. I
Efcijfia Tongue and grandson Mrs. Annie Holl Ings worth on Mrs. M W. Cressler returned Barksdalc. Extension Officer; I Twelve members enjoying
Donald Tongue and Mrs. Tuesday. home Sunday from ten days Mrs. Philip\ Clark. iii the affair were from Tallahas-i edition !
Maude Weeks, Mrs Secretary Mrs Rudolph Hutchinson ,
Mrs. ; t
Deane of Falrflekl.- -
> Char- Lake Jennings St
KmJ ry visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sec | see. City
Lulu Mrs. Eunice Wilson Corresponding !
:Misses Cookie Hernandezaiu : Slade Gainesville. '
les W. Cressler in Calhoun Oa. Augustine and time In
jUloa and l M.i'8. and Miss Judy Ellington the first
Carol. Fhlppa of Jacksonville :Mr>* KU.er retary; meeting
Mr. and Mrs. D. Seymour The regular monthly ER
guests of A. J. Thomas Sr. were picnicking I Treasurer.! at tlio Bradford) a century-a
were and son Lt. Douglas Seymour, Receiving pin for 10 jour emplwjmeut was held after the luncheon. the Bible \
Mr and Mrs: F. W. Strick- on New River Wednesday. I, visited Halite Seymour at Fort The installation ritual wa County Hospital are ((1-r, ) HHH Dorothy \lvarea, Mrs. Margaret K new edition of l
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark and bleed Lewis, by the evangelical
directed by Mrs. preferred
lanfl. I
Gordon, Ga. over the weekend. IllnHim, Mr. Normu Dean Thompson| :Mrs Kittle; Lev- Robin Warren Host '
Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin: daughters of Eau Gallie were Mrs. Henry Godwin and out-going president.After world.
attended the Florida. National weekend guests of :Mr.: and daughter Barbara and Mrs installation refreshments arson, nod Mrs.. Thelma Green. At Surprise PartyRobin

Ou&rd Association conference; Sirs L. D. Green and family. served by the hostess
Lola Johnson attended the were
In Mlaml from Thursday\ toSuflday. Mrs. Jessie Chaataln, Shirley Johnson family reunion at Mrs. James Bloodworth, Open House Held SundayBy Warren gave e. surprise I, Fully reedited and reset THE NEW SCOFIEUJ RBP-

.- ,Piper, and Mra. Maude Weeks Cross Creek on Sunday.Mr. and co-hostess Mrs. Paul Ca- 'Bradford Hospital AuxiliaryMembers party last Friday\ night I'!'' ERENCE BIBLE! (King James Version) incorporates''all

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox attended the N. E. Roberts Sr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Car- nova.' I for Kay Turner on her 13thoirinaay. I the well-known Scofield features and introduces thou.

of Fort Launderdale are spending ) family reunion at Swift Creek ,' roll and family have rentedthe The next meeting will beheld of the Bradford with a linen cutwork cloth and I ; u I sands of additional cross references, expanded foot

thus month at the Adklns''Baptist Church near Lake house at 473 W. Madison Monday. May 29 at the County Hospital Auxiliary under centered with an antique sliver' The party was held at the I notes, new summaries and textual aids, and other

cottage> on Klngsley, Lake.. J Butler, on. Sunday. Approxi- street formerly occupied by home of Mrs. Randy Johns. S. the direction of Mrs. J. W. fruit bowl containing arrangement Warren home on N. Myrtle I helps.
Mr. and Mr" S. E. Reyes mately 75 members of the Mrs. W. B. Alexander who has L Peek Jr. will give !a talk, Klncald, Public Relations of ping Queen Elizabeth avenue, where a hamburger I improved
and family.*",ol Jacksonville family front North Florida enjoyed moved to 401() Center street. showing slides of the Holy chairman held Open House at and red Happiness"" roses. fur, games and dancing were A selection( of styles a to own. to give

were visiting''MrfiarenU,, Mr. the affair. Major V. J. Spengler attended Land and Europe.Nursing the Bradford County Hospital The punch table was covered enjoyed by the 30 teenagers. ; 16 of new
ant< Mrs. '3.: -S>*app;*on Sim Mrs. J. L. Gentry Is visiting the National Guard : with a white linen cloth: and After the party. the X7 girls Each with Concordance. 1600 pages;" pages

day. ,her sou-ln-law and daughter Convention in Miami tram Council I on Sunday afternoon from centered with a" silver remained all night for a slumber maps in color. Page size: Stt x 85* .

\'tra. O. E..,E.Jetcheir Jack- Mr. and MrsHoist C. BeallIn Thursday to Saturday.: 2:30 to. 4 o'clock. candelabra holding an'eperg- party. Price range: $7.25 to$27.50

oaville waa a guest of :Mr. Macon Ga. for ten days. Barney E. McRae, Mrs Lily Has LuncheonThe Mrs. George Anderson and nette filed with red roses. Re- Mrs. J. D. Warren was assisted Ask to see THE NEW SCOFIELD REFERENCE BIBLE at

and Mrs. Dave -Paullv from Mrs. T. R. Connell of Chattanooga Bridges, Mrs. Pam Tlson. Mr, Mrs! Vernon Smucker received freshments were in charge of
by Mrs R. V. I'urner.
Tuesday to Thursday" r-r Tenn. la visiting hersonInlaw and\, Mrs. A. R. McRae, Julian Nursing Advisory Council guests at the. door and Intro- Mrs. M. F. Hazen, chairman ,I
glen Reddish and Mini\ LIndaI4vrence and daughter, Mr. E. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. held its last meeting until duced them to the receivingline Mrs. L, O. Hazen Mrs Gar! II I

: <;>!f greenwood, S.C. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips, while Russell McRae: attended the September with a luncheon composed of Mrs. Loyree Mathews and Mrs. Cula Cor- THE RIGHT POINT for the Bullington'sMOTHERS

pent the weekend kwU.h. SherrIff Mr..Connell Is a patient In the annual McRae Family Reunion at the Garden Restaurant Cocomlae, president of the au. the way you write. Come In
*and MrC* P. D.JRoddiHh-& Lake "City VA Hospital. at Dade Memorial Park Monday. Mrs. Claire Knight Auxiliary R. E. Edmondson. Mrs. Robert Edmondson, and

Mr. and _Mx3-.Meed, : Lewis 'Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Andrew, near Dade City, last Sunday. presided and named Mrs. P. G, Administrator of the hospital, Mrs. Gus Kopelousos and Mrs. TERBROOK select your favorite ES-I
and eon awl-:Mr ..Edna .Hut- and guests Mrs. D. R. Neillof Local admittances to Brad. Felos,, ;Mrs. E. D. Tenly and T. H. Slade chairman of the Ervin Andrews presided at thepunch fountain pen.

chanson( visited Mr. and Mrs. Kansas City Mo. and Ken ford County Hospital: this week Mrs. Ruby Jones as a Com Hospital Board. Mrs. Lloyd bowl. Others assisting! TELEGRAPH

N.. S. Dankel in StCioud., bflSunday. VanTUyl of Independence, Mo, include: Emmett Norton. Mrs. mittee on By-Laws. Mrs. Gar! Oreen, WI. J. Dodd and Dave were Mrs. Desta Dyal. Mrs. S.I I

: stationed at Jacksonville NAB Dorothy Bagwell, Mrs.. Louise Matthews Mrs. Cula Coran,, 'Paulk members of the hospital L. Peek. Mrs. Rawson Davis, DAY
),Ir. and Mrs. Marc Jackson Wl1. and Mrs. Eva Anderson were board. W. Parks and Mrs.
visited' Hometsassa Springs and Johns Mrs. Margaret: Mrs. K. ;

were Thursday evening dinnerg4ets Dick Weeklwatchee Springs recently. ]lama A. L. Crosby Sr., Mrs; thanked for making .hospital' After presentation of. the ten Titus Olson. SUNDAY, MAY 14th
Of Mr. and Mrs.
in Jacksonville Oracle Thornton. Mrs. Sallie gowns in various sized. year service pins by Mr. Slade, The Candy Stripers assisted

Schaeffer *. -Miss Mary Lee of Jackson*. Crawford Romie- Crawford guests were invited Into the in conducting tours throughthe
Mr. and Mrs Charles Lo.w.SOD '
ullle la a guest this week of Mrs. Mary Kuhn Mrs. Virglnla conference room by Mrs. Edward hospital.The I
.of Joe Tallahaaeee Jordan .xtf andTMrTWiflMrs. Lak.City ,Mr. and Mra. Paul Faulkner. O'Neal, Mrs. Betty Reamea New, 7th Cent Hall first vlce-prusldent. hospital was decorated u
Smith, all second with beautiful arrangements
and Mrs. TYuby Miss Lillian Stump D
arid\ their chf\ ft-crl spent 'the Mrs. R. L C. Thomas of
; of Starke; Mrs. Lydia Few and vice-president and Mrs. W. E. of roses, donated
their parents Wildwood was a weekend
weekend with ,,
,. Mrs. Nealie Rich of Keystone Middleton. Mrs. Herbert Rltch by Mrs. Cocomlse.
Mr. and Mrs. H- A. Lawson. guest jof Mr. and, Mrs. Herbert Gas Formula
Thomas. Heights; Mrs. Nettle Starling received at the dining room.
}Jtra. Ella Moody 'of Green;!
of Lawtey Leonard. Hunter of tea table was overlaid
; The Days
Only Seven
.. Capt.
Cave Springs, JU-B Glenn 1C. McClane,
Lake Butler William
Christiansen"vF! ltitKef, wired DDS; of Fort Dix, N.J. was : Arnold Costs County Left To Purchase
and Andrew t
:Mrs. I.. W. Strickland of Jacksonville Visiting his grandparents land \[ Hampton; WRAPPINGHANDBAGS
of Melrose.J. restored through the top layerof
New Auto
visitedMr.:' and Mrs. Mra. George Flynn Sr.,
C. Vining and son. Lon- wires which the thieves left
Ci: A. Lock tTiT Llrt Wlldwoodovee the first of the week. From
$| . nle. of Palatka were Friday [Continued From Pass One] intact to. keep the poles from
seven selling days' are
the..weekend.< here he went to Atlanta, Ga.
and Saurday guests of Mr. and falling. The normal 29 trunk automobile
loft in which new
Mr. and Mm. E: W. Hayes for a short visit with friends perpetrated. .
wire Lake the relatives and then to Mrs. L. D. Vlning./ lines to Jacksonville were cut license tags may be purchased
In City over and on The 7th cent measure was .
and Mrs. Butch Smith to eight, however, and
Mr. many 20 deadline.
before the May
weekend visiting: Mr. 8J d.Mrs Green Bay Wis. to visit his due on 'the floor of the Senate
.. .' of Merritt Island are long distance dialers ended up
John< Deas. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. this week and Rep. Shaw was Tax Collector J. R. Kelly's
this1' week at. the with a busy signal Instead of
,;Mr. and Mr eorge: ,'Flynn Houston McClane. until May spending hoping the formula would be office will not be open this
Smith cottage on Kingsley an operator.
8r. spent Sunday at Cedar. 22 when he will leave for eased in the favor of the small Saturday but will remain open
Kjy.! Vietnam. Lake. counties, but he said it probably Among the services disrupted on Saturday, May 20.
.._.j, i Mas. F. F. Stump and MisS would not be. for a period were the UPI Through Wednesday after- .s r
Lillian Stump will spend Sunday quickly detected at the con- Treat Mother to a lovely, New s. ,
been sold.
I had
noon 3,066 tags I ;
Mr. }
in Montlcello trol center in. Jacksonville '

... PLEASE MOM WITH I' and} Mrs. W. H. Thomson in Meeting Set which can pin-point the spot. Kelly ntxmt said 100 his tags office per day la selling now. Jfft: SUMMER DRESS "0

celebration of Mrs. Stump's81st where the wire is tamperedwith.
birthday and Mother's For Teachers All long distance servicewas SCHEDULE

Day.Mr and Mrs. W. E. Torode and Kingsley out in Starke Lake ,for Lawtey about, OF SERVICESST. $$699 10$899: j;
I 15 ,
F ]
.6 and'Strs.: Pauline Torode were Continued From Page One 30 minutes but was partially Stunning straws to plant every

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ed by a slowmovingstate teletype operation between EDWARD'S CHURCH Mom! Elatantly craned, fashion !
and Mrs. Bill Torode la st. Gainesville and Jacksonville Starke Straws. with genuine laathartrim .k fi
legislature which has so far *. Many Styles to sled Mom will love easy care fabrics I th4 eye-
Augustine.Mrs. Florida Power & Light control Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.
failed to get any of the FEA from stopping array of new styles and colors.
George Flynn Jr. Is visiting sponsored education bills out circuits, and the Hoi\hie x machine Thursday Mass: 6:30: p. m-
From. Nancy'sOn / relatives in Atlanta Oa of committee. Educators also at Holiday Inn of Miraculous Medal Novena $2 99 Complete size range Petite. Junior, /

from Tuesday to Thursday.Mrs. say a large increase in funds Starke. Saturday, 7 p. m. awl a. Uf Misses and half sizes.

I Eldon Kimmons has for education are vital this i Telephone officials said that Confessions: / p. m. and 7 o

returned home after three year if the state Is to. retain under present laws. it Is impossible p. m.

V weeks In the Gainesville Med- an adequate program or even to. prosecute persons ST. WILUA l'S CHURCH
Mother's DayThis ical Center where she" was hope to approach its level of stealing telephone or. electric Keystone Heights GLOVES $1 oo
confined with injuries receivedin 12th in the had
nation it at- wire unless they are caught in Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m. "
an accident. tained.: Florida now ranks the act. Mere possession of Wednesday: Maaa and Novena fir PAIR ,
Robert C. Pearce of Arden, 34th. such wire Is not a violation of 7 'a$

Y r 1 iQQ N. C. and Mrs. Margaret Sellers Some items In the FEA's the law and unless a man is ST. AIAKY'S p.m. CIIURCII WITH LOVE ON MOTHER'S DAY

I of Ashevllle, N. C were visiting (500 million priority program actually found cutting it, he

., C w A i Sunday their mother Mrs. L. F" have been watered down in can always say he found it or. I Sunday Maoclenny Mass: 11:30: a. In. Double woven Nylon Dress Gloves Button ,
Q Smith and Mr. Smith from committees: of the House and somebody gave it to him the Length and Shorty Style* In Whit Black
Saturday to Wednesday.Mrs. Senate. Others such as a $60 company spokesman said. or Beige ,

A. F. Sauls returned request to. reduce pupil-teacher fir
'MOTHER'S DAY 'CORSAGES home Tuesday lIfter being .ratlas. have been cut out en .. I ,
confined in Bradford County
tirely. 3 facts tell
days'folawlM revealing you why you
for six
: SWEETHEART ROSES Hospital Funds to provide salary increases Y
a heart attack. : have been reduced should protect your family with Nationwide' i
O CYMBIDIUM'ORCHIDSCARNATIONS Enjoying ten days oflalf/ : (_ F, I
from 4273 million to $148 mil. Crusader Income Plan:
while staying at the Pine Crest
/ \lion in the House Omnibus LINGERIESLIPS
O ,
Inn Pinehurst N. C. are Dr. i iI
: You'll Want To Wear One Sunday H. H.in;Adams Jim Godwin Bill ,Bill, although the bill would 1. One out of every (hree men over 35 will bedisabled \
still give secondary
: Phone Your Order In Now I Epps, Bobby McRae. Charles teacher a starting salary of before 63

Sawyer Clyde TerwTJegar 2. The length; of disability is 5 $099
$5,000, an increase of $1,050 I average years !
CEMETERY ARRANGEMENTSBASKETS David Coats and Harold in state fundH.Long I
Bishop III. They will return : 3. :500.000 people are totally disabled each year 4 Famous Movie Star full tllpi,

: home Sunday. Nationwide's Crusader Plan fa 1 more than n disability Nylon Tricots-Nylon Satins 'j'jw d 1
O WREATHS Mrs. Willie Mae Judd and Distance income plan -- it can: be a complete health ( Dasron.ndCottons--No j
!sister, Mrs. Coy Hamm, of! d, Press Fabrics. Tailored and
: POTTED PLANTS program for you! Lac Trim I Styles, all with
Winter Haven reurned by Jet Service
Shadow Panels. i
Call for details i.
: Artificial and Fresh Sunday after spending two me : = '_ .1

Phone Your Order In Now For Same Inv weeks with Mrs. Judd's niece Disrupted i SLEEPWEAR
Mrs. Denny Nlcbrugner, in Los r

: GIVE MOTHER A Angeles Calif. While there CAt TRECE t
they visited various attractions (Continued On Pass Four] BILL POWELL $2.99Stint \

in the ,
HOME ARRANGEMENT area. The first theft occurred NYLONS L' Length Gown Button
: ihortly after 9 p.m. Monday, PHONE 964-6161 c ;' Front Slavpcoat" id Baby
THE BRADFORD a few miles north of Maxvllle. 1 Doll Pajamas, -In Solids and nit
: CREATED BY OtTK EXPERTS COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished Fifty wires were cut for a I 401 West :Madison Street t' 79C blends Prints. and Batiste Mo -Iran D fabrics.a C r o n ''h

Everything From a Hanging Basket to listanre of three spans a t
every Thursdayat Starke Florida
total of about 20,000 feet of 2 Pair $1.50Put t
for Ladies Panties
Flowering Trees. An Arrangement 138 W. Call St.,
wire. around
Ingle Weighing .
:Any Room in Your Home. Starke, Fla. 32091 X)0) pounds, at 40 cents a yvat Gl'Mom's ix jr Leg onf 4 c to, 9c

Fresh Second class postage paidat pound on the junk market, In lovely _
Artifcial and
Starke, Fla. ;ho Monday haul would have I The Man From Nationwide Is On Your Side first quality

PHONE YOUR ORDER IN Subscription Rates: netted thieves around $360. I Nylons, Smooth 11k'1 Ladles'Sat Panties Regular In and Acetate Cxlr> NYLON\\

The second theft occurred Shew* In th. Tricot Briefs and HALF
NOW -' 964-5792 In trade area: |4.00 per bout the same time Tuesdayfight ..a son's newest k'f Split Leg Styles. SLIPS
year; $2.23: six months. sandhill shades, slip r Covered Elastic for longer r
in a desolate wear. Whit* & Colon In Reg.,
None Flowers Outside trade area: $4.50 area 'between Highland and a'>A to 11. a Reg. Biz** X--XX-XXX. $1 .99 /

y's per year; $2.30/ six month llaxvllle. Total footage this

hue: was around l.COO, weigh. STARKE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTEROpen
E. L. Matthews editor and ng an estimated 700 pounds .

: IN STARKE PLAZA publisher with a junk value of $280. I Natlnflxlda Mutual Insurance Company.Natlonwld Mutual' Fin Iniurano. Company All Day Every Day-8:30 Till 6 (>>,1'1r7OO.P.l'l.. On' Fri. and Sat.

Trouble on the line was Natioiwldt' lilt inturane Company .horn Mic, .. Columbus, Ohio,
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V Given God recently. Hostesses were Folowlng a number of
P V St. Mark's Women Shower games
UDC Plans Final l l Mrs. J. T. Kirkland Mrs. L. S. and. contents refreshments of

Meeting At Lake r V$, Met Monday Night For Mrs. WaddellMrs. Williams, Mrs. Alma Gill and cake and punch were served
% Mrs. Carolyn Joyner. to approximately BO guents. _
9ob' The Women of St. MRrk'sEplscopoal Alfred Waddell theformer The table
e The W. T. Weeks Chapter gift was covered -
'.f.fa .fl,4 Church held their Miss Patsy Coleman '
United Daughters of the Con- regular monthly meeting on watts honored with a miscellaneous with a white linen cloth, cen-: ,! A OfeMlfled. Ad In the TELEGRAPH :
met Wednesday after-
fedracy shower at the Church of tercc1 *>w a white wedding bell. bring result
O. L.
noon of last week at the homeof F Monday night with Mrs.
I GLADYS MOOTY Mrs. E. I K. Perryman with Beasley and Mrs J. W Klncald .-

Phone 961-7603 Mrs. Walla Lipsey as oo-host- ., as hostesses
t ass, assisted by Mrs. Morgan Mrs Kenneth Orider pre-
1 sided the meeting and .. F
over '
Martha Sanders Little Women 1 t. ; ::
j Mrs. George W. Roberts pre. Mrs Herbert Thomas gave the< "'7 t
< Is ComplimentedAt Hold Installation sided In the absence of the devotional. Mrs. Orldcr gave
president Mrs. Lester Crews. a report on the district meet-
Two Parties Miss Marilyn Bellinger was Plans were made for the last ing at St. Anne's Episcopal (:1

Installed as president of the meeting of the year, a lunch- Church at Keystone Heights. : GOOD
Miss Martha Sanders, bride. GARDENING
Little Women's Club at the eon at the home of Mrs W. B. Mis Julian McR elect of May 20, was the inspiration final meeting of the club year Mundy on Kingsley Lake q A William Carter attended the _
for two lovely partiesduring ...
Monday night at tne club Mrs. Maude Fields. receivedher meeting as delegates.
: the past week. house. Certificate of Membershipand Special thanks were paid .. t1 rM
Mrs. J. L. Andrews and Mrs.R. :
.' Mrs. H. Q. Bolltnger, second was welcomed as a regular John Powell for his many ., ... .\0' .
Andrews entertained vice-president of the senior member. to*. years of faithful services ren --- 'f

Thursday night, May 4, at the club, installed the officers. The historical program was Picture at Garden Club district meeting bust. Thursdayare I dered the church.

home kitchen of the latter with a Serving with Mal'Uyn111 be given by Mrs. L G. PowellIn (from left) : Mrs. W. T. Chenne.ll state corresponding. I Mrs. Thomas had charge of .v
shower for Miss Sander the absence of the historian. the program and told of her i I ESPECIALLY It!
*. Evelyn Sinclair, vicepresident secretary: :Sim. Currol O. Griffon state president Sirs, n.> C. FOR MOTHER'S DAY
Cuttino record- Mrs.,tW. H. Nollman. The program trip through the National
; Melody
The refreshment table was ) Crawford, District 5 director; J\ln. Maurice S. Dllllnglmm, 'I D
Judah P- Benjamin Hhedral In Washington.
was on
: Sandra Hugglns,
Covered with a outwork cloth Ing secretary Mar- a member of President state 1st vice prcHldcnt; and Mrs. \. It. Norman. prrttldunt" ; C .. !1,1',' K .. r.Ir; BEAUTIFUL POLE :
corresponding secretary; :
And centered with a permanent tha Dennis, treasurer; Ginger 'Jefferson Davis' cabinet, anda of the Starke host club. The hostesses served refreshments ZEBRA PLANTS

arrangement of purple lilacs Baldwin, chaplain; and Sandra loyal! frjend of the Confed- assisted by Mrs. Herbert -, I
A garland of ivy and lilacs Club I Thomas flowers .00PHILOD RUMJ
historian. Fifth District Garden Spring :
&1/10 encircled 1 the bowl.Prlr.es Register |
/ < punch racy.During
social hour the in the meeting .
During the brief business tho Here I II were used I. ...
In 1 Holds President's Conference
were awarded two
IS members were served Ire rooms for the occasion. b
tames, conducted by Mrs. Dan meeting conducted by Jayne strawberries and cake. I RE(:. $2.79! \ KEG. $1.49 w
R. Nelll of Kansas City Mo., Hardy, president charms were cream, "Promoting and Protecting presidents and the four FFOC" .. "I
house guest and sister-in-law presented: to the out-standing Florida's Beauty" was the board members living in pre TI1URS., ..n., IVO THUKS., FRI,

of Mrs. J, L. Andrews. Girl of the Year from each Miss Stern Plans I theme used by, Mrs. Carroll O. district. SAT. S3 ,1 I.
The hostesses presented the grade: tenth grade Evelyn i Grirfen, president of the Florida Mrs. Griffin told the group SAT. .'
honoree with an electric can I Sinclair; eleventh grade, Mar- Benefit ConcertA Federation of arden Clubs she Intends to put special emphasis .
opener as a memento of the ilyn Bellinger twelfth grade. Inc. in speaking at tho Pre on conservation, horticulture
occasion. Jayne Hardy. Oerrl Mooty, piano concert. sponsoredby dent's Spring Conference of education. and youtn
treasurer, presented gifts, of the First Methodist Church, District Five, held Thursday activities during this two-year Fresh Shipment of Annuals only doz 79C
Mrs. W. J. Epperson entertained appreciation to the sponsors will be presented by MJas Lou- May 4. In the First Methodist administration which began in per .

for Miss Sanders witha Mrs. Bolllnger and Mrs. J. E. ise Stern, local pianist and Church Fellowship Hall in April, Another goal Is to increase '" ..
dessert party_Monday evenIng Hardy. The out-going presi- teacher, In the Starke Wom- Starke. membership to keep :., : '.
at her home on. East dent was presented with a an's Club Tuesday night. May The Starke Garden Club Florida the largest state gar-

Washington St. gavel charm from the club. 23. at 8 o'clock. president Mrs. A. Russell Nor den club federation. Mia. DOGWOODS\ CHLORDANE
;,1 I Spring flowers In shades of Committee reports wore given Miss Stern Is an honor grad man, was hostess to the 75 Maurice S, DIlHnnham first ,
4 yellow and white were used In by the chairmen. uate of St. Louis Institute of delegates from the clubs and vice president of FFGC, gave
"1 decorating. The 13 prospective members Music and his done graduate circles of the District Five suggestions to the program, 3 TO 1 FT. DUST
Included among the 12 and their mothers were guests study in piano at the Aspen area which Includes. Gainesville chairmen Mrs. W. T' LIMITED .
guests were Mrs. Malcolm at the meeting. Music Festival with the emi- Ocala Bcllevlew. Archer Chennell corresponding secletary Jot
Sanders mother, and Miss During the social hour the I nent concert pianist, Grant Dunnellon, Floral City, High of FFGC. was also a SUPPLY .5'I I C
Carrie Sanders, sister of the hostesses. Ol"er! Baldwin. Johannesen. Springs, New be my, Starke. featured speaker.Arrangements m 't 5 911. ,..
honoree. Cheryl Ward and Melody CUt- Trenton, and Weirsdale. of fein and TIIURS. FRI, 59\ VI
Tickets are now on sale by
Assisting In serving were tino served refreshments In Mrs G. C. Crawford of day lilies in many colors were SAT.
the choir and church members
Misses Janine Gay and Donna the sunroom.A or may be purchased at the Grain director of District Five used in decorating by the host Carol McRae Named LBS.
Nelson. R
at session which
presided the club.
door. Admission is $1 23 for
Miss: Sanders was. presentedwith adults and 75 cents for stu-I Included reports from the club To Student Office I
a piece of '''her chosen Classified AA In the TELE ,
silver:as a gift from her host. ORAPn brings result dents. Miss Carol McRac. daughter

ss.r I Margaret Colson Stan LaRue ,Williams of Mr. and Mrs. Donald McRae ..
of Starke, has been elected
,Wed In First Baptist Church CeremonyMrs. orretarv of the student religious I ROSES GOLDFISH ::
education associates at QUALITY WATER ';

Miss Margaret Colson Robert Baiksdale greeted Lilt Soutn western Baptist The- : THURS.
Standard FR.I.. SAT.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. guests at the door and presented alog-lcal Seminary in Fort HOSE Varieties ,, .
S A. Colson of Starke and Stan them to receiving line Worth, Texas. JUm. $1.98 '
LaRue Williams, son of Mr. composed of the wedding par- The association includes all i UEG $9.93 29C :

r and Mrs. James O. Williams ty and the parents of the bride students In ,the school of religious I SAT.TIIURS.., FlU., SAT.. I r
of Jacksonville. repeated and groom. The receiving line education at the semi I TIIUnS.. FRI.. .,
.; nuptial vows on Frtdpy, April stood in the lounge in frontof nary.
s' t 21. at 3 p m. In the First Bap. the fireplace where the $749 $159 Baby Tropical :

IJ tlst Church with Rev W,, A mantel was centered with an Sanders-Lee FISH ea.10c
Hogan performing: the double- arrangement of white and yel- :
ring, candlelight ceremony. low gladioli'and pompoms: balanced Wedding Plans ..
Centering the altar was a with magnolia haves' at 1 .
f sunburst arrangement of white both ends. Mr and Mrs. C. E. Sanders I GROTONE TROPICAL :
1 I mums pompoms, gladioli and Mrs. J. E. Hardy: and Mrs. announce the approaching I FERTILIZER F4

stock against a background of Millard Judd were in charge of marrUge of their daughter, -V ..flSllp"/ -, a
rtl pompom trees, fern ,trees and the reception) and had as assistants Lind.' Faye, to 'James T.'Lee' GARDEN n
branched candelabra with Mrsl Owen Alvarez Jr. son ot Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lee A. DOG COLLARS a

burning tapers.As and Mrs. Mark Moody, who Jr., all of Starke. I TOOLS r.. (; :
the guests gathered Miss cut the bride's cake; Misses The wedding will take place, DOG HARNESS

Dee Walters, organist played Kav Oarbett, Joyce Conklln Saturday May 13, at 8 p. m. INSECTICIDES, \ AND FLEA POWDERS :
nuptial music and accompnn- JoAnn Carter and Joan Williams In Bethel Baptist Church witha
led William George soloist, presided at the punchbowls reception following In the PET SUPPLIES CHEMICAL AQUARIUM :
who sang "Whither Thou Oo- : Miss Dee Walters kept church parlors.All I .a

est" and the "Lord's Prayer" the bride's book Assisting In friends and relatives of': CO TANKS, :
Given in marriage by her serving were Mrs. Gar) Mathews the couple are Invited'' to at-
father the bride wore a formal Mrs. J. A. Griffin Miss tend. I :.
!gown: of silk organza over Beverly TVTrTfdA' IV'- taM Marilyn .
bildil taffeta, fashioned with &il ; : Mrs, Gene Long; I '
an empire bodice encircled Mrs. Harny Hatcher. Mrs. I.. O. I .

with clipped French lace. bateau Powell. Mrs! Arlin McKnlght, i SPECIAL I!
neckline, and calla ]lllly Mrs. George Anderson Mrs. .
: sleeves. The A-llne floor Brank: Beard Jayne and June '

length I skirt featured front Hardy, Mrs Paul Raymondand .
I rows of French clipped lace. A,, :! Miss Shirley Morrison.: '.
double waistline panel! termin Helen Jane Long and Vicki .' .
ated into a chapel train adorned Barksdale passed: out rIce' bags. ', '. to,f7J'"
: with lace appliques. A peau After spending some time
de !sole! headpiece shaped as a with their guests the couple SUNDAY ,. .. SUNDAY

r' rose, trimmed with pearls. sec left on a wedding trip to Oat- -- ... .
M t ured l her tiered veil of silk'' 11uslon. linburg Tenn. after which a

I t ', Y As Low As She carried a bouquetof they they are residing at 1316 MAY 14 : d er '. MAY 14
white roses! accented with S. W, 13th Street. Gainesville. I ,
I ivy and lilies -of-the-vall. The bride chose for traveling .
g Wayne Williams served his a three pIece pink /suit with ,

$ 5 i brother as best man and the white accessories/ complemented -
$18 ushers were Mark Moody and with the rose corsage from
; John Williams of Starke and her bridal bouquet.

i George Davis, Dnnny Ingle,
Ray McGee! and Bill Floyd" of Treat Mother To A Delicious Dinner On Her :

Jacksonville.Miss MobleyCrosbyEngagement : .
Kay Colson attended One of the Year
Per Month I' 'her slater as maid of honor, Day '.. .,
F Btauti'ful and serving as bridesmaidswere Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mobley .;. ,...". ...
,, Misses Barbara Sue announce the engagement and '
/ Contempofarytfylll Barksdale! Wanda Williams approaching marriage o!, their

Cabinet features. .j Sharon Deale, Janet Hardy daughter, JoAnn to Ronald ROAST TURKEY AND DRESSING .
I gracefully carved bass and Suzanne Judd. Cindy Williams
Crosby, of Mrs.
Clane son ''J'' \ G" >
rail and tapered lal8. 'In ( sister of the groom, was ";; "
Effle Crosby all of Starke. '
genuine' finished l i flower girl. All attendants wore 'The bilde-elect; Is. a 1962 '" ,: t.l., j Served with Cranberry, Sauce. :

Walnut vanaari and I floor length gowns of sun yellow ,graduate of Bradford High ... ..... 'f ".-': .1 Y,, ..
."z1 ..
select l hardwood lolldt./ with : l "
silk designed
4 I organza School and Is employed as sec- 1 ,1
Md"Th.Sh.lby M214WJND empire! bodices encircled with retary in the! college of: Phy- ", Vii.i : : t or. . :
yellow satin and pink embroidered elcal Education and Health ot '
\ r
roses. Bateau necklines, the University of Florida. Mr. 1 ., '!" { .

and brief sleeves. Headpieces Crosby IA .also a former student ., .r'' ,will)! '( r' ,TOP: SIRLOIN OF ROAST BEEF 'I":
consisted of blush veils attached School >
of Bradford High x
r .
Dawn :\ "
money to a cluster of match- and Is employed by Container ;.>:':, :: ..' : .

ing organza flowers worn in Corporation. '.'It. ," t
the hair. Each attendant carried .
'. The wedding will take placeon :" ., ', .
a yellow( sweetheart rose )
June 30.
j\ WITH ACCEPTABLE TRADEINBuy 'I, nosegay backed with moss Friday. .' ... :
I ", :",.. .' ,"'" "" .
gren tulle. .. \ 'r ..
Mrs. CoLson chose for her Birthday'Party "" :.Jwo Vegetables 5 0 .. .. "" .
'lI .
CulurEftSVICSt TU daughter's1 sheath dress wedding complemented a pink silk For Beth PhillipsMrs. 1 ;,", .. . 1, J J :.<<

I with a pink carnation corsage Ernest T, Phillips entertained ,I m"' ..i i Salad !

Mrs. Williams mother of the at a birthday party ... 1>: ,' _"'.1 'j I ,. -.::: ....... _
IlI'room. was attired in a beige Saturday afternoon from 2:30: ,' ,.. .. ... VS
sheath dress with which to 4:30 o'clock at htr home on ,. : :0 VI
: :
:; she wore a. yellow carnation for 'Ice:Tea or Coffee :
Ojpress Street her daughter -
E Terms I corsage. Beth, on her ninth anni- ..w..
0 Oit ,
s sWe A receion' was held In the versary. :

Starke Woman's Club where al I Games were led by Miss Susan I .
sunburst arrangement Salazar and the traditional .
mums, pompom, gladioli and birthday cake and ice cream
stock against a background of I sodas were served to the eight
Do'Our Own Financing two 'pompom trees and magnolia guests. They received favors.

leaves was placed in back of party hats: balloons anc I Garden Restaurant
of the bride's table. The four- plastic baskets filled with candy .
Winkler Electric Inc. tiered wedding cake was toP- and gum.
ped with orchid and white Mrs. Phillips was assisted bj
florets and was balanced by her mother. Mrs. T1, R. Gen.

Phone 96 t-7596 three branched silver cande- neU of Chattanooga Term, ; 800 North Temple'Ave.' ,Phone 964-7353 -
231 N. Temple Ave. labra with burning yellow tapers and Mrs. Ray Salazar. .-

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PAtifc. FOUR.
Wrecks} New Tax Roll Spltze of the Silver birth Lake of a son announce -
1.\V PRnaK Carelessness] Cause
: Robert Warren II, on Wednesday
; Shows $7.5Million May 3, in Alachua, General d
Hospital. Paternal grandparents
\ 0 0 Driver of the Rambler, Hugh was not damaged.Two was damaged to the tune of ; / Jump are Mr. and Mrs. William
first mishap occurred Wilson Biggs, 47, Lawtey, was mishaps occured simultaneously $200. Dowllng'a small English Spltze of Sliver Lake, and
at 1:13: a.m. Sun Ford sustained damages esti- la Mrs.
at 4.30 p.m. when a charged with failure to yield maternal grandmother
Bradford 1967 tax
the Damage to mated at $500. County's Bunle Broughton of Graham.
driven by right-of-way.
day.A roll will show about a $1.3:
i Rudolph Kirkland, 28, each car was estimated at 1957 Ford coupe, driven The two stopped vehicles. -
I : skidded on. U.S. $500.: by John William Cecil Pad were struck by a 1963 Plym 'sessments million Increase in taxable Tax as Bradford County Hospital .'
miles south of starke Trooper Garrett was busy gett, 22, ran off wet U.S. 301 outh driven by Jimmy William I Assessor according announces the following
I up In the ditch. again at 6:3O: p.m. Saturday and landed. In the ditch. He Clarke, 23: Starke. Clarke was Gene Long. i births:
: no visible damage when a 1961 Chevrolet station was not Injured, but damages heading east on SRS-229 when The Increase includes both Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Morgan .
SAI and neither Kirk- wagon driven by Desley King, to his car were estimated at he ran into the rear of Dowl- real and personal property, Starke, a son, Jonathan ,
his passenger, four- 18, Starke, ran into the rear of $200.At Ing's English Ford with the Long said and for the most David, May 3. '
Terry Allen Kirkland r a 1994 GMC semi-truck and the same time two cars right fender of the Plymouth, part covers assessments new Mr. and) Mrs. Henry Brown, '
I trailer half a mile south of were struck while: parked on bounced off and struck the on. the tax roll. Starke, a son, May 10. ,
'Injury occurred at Starke on U.S. 301. None of SRS-229 eight miles west of left aide of the,pickup truck. He said the 100 per cent V I
Friday when the the eight people Irt the station Starke. The Injured Dowling, Damage to the Plymouth. was value formula, followed since THE RIGHT POINT for the '
r ; SAIrCIAL 3DABS station wagon wagon was Injured, but King In a stopped 1909 English estimated at $1,000 but 1963, was used again this year, the write. Come lo 1
OieI1.Y ( he was riding turn. was Chaged with following too Ford, was kept overnight in Clarke escaped Injury. and that most of the assessments way select you favorite ES- '
: ; / from the inside south closely and damage to the the hospital for observation. Dowling and Rhoden were will be about the sameas TERBROOK! your fountain: pen.
lane of U.S. 301 station wagon was estimatedat Driver of the second parked charged with parking on a last year.
LATEX struck in the side by $200. vehicle, Harry, Wayne Rhoden, highway. Fowling was also The $1.5 million increase, TELEGRAPH
WAIL PAINT I Chevrolet driven by The semi, driven by John C. 22, Raiford. was not injured, charged with no valid driver's Long aald, will produce about
'i RAT IN.NrNrT f, Dlggs, 52, Starke. Starlings, 23, Savannah, Ga., but his 1905 Chevrolet pickup license. $22,000 in additional taxes for Adjustable Vinyl Boo
.;M MTNI.N.IM. MIEupReg. the. county, based on last Covers AU sizes 30 cents ea.

17 Sentenced To 7 Years]"Ute year's Long mechanical millage.said he process will soon of start setting -, at The Telegraph. o. ,
a assessments cards,
IVIII 7,.4 up on
v ,
h. y .
and preparing ,the tax roll in
t whiskey and pos Judge Adkins said the court ounces of vodka Into the prison O. Rltch and Allowed 20 days final form.In .
of moonshine whiskey, will enter a formal order for Dec. 24, 1966. I for a Bill of Particulars to be the meantime, Long said, 1'd /
WRH ; to a ruling on a motion two phycMatrlsU: to examine Robert Horne, charged with rued Catir had pleaded not he has one ear open for news:
e COUPON ...b A' the charge. Brazil and gave Public* Defen- breaking and entering and guilty by reason of insanity. from the State Legislature,
SPECIAL 41DAYS' NLY I Chester Cole, es- der R. A. Green Jr. 20 day in grand larceny. He is charged Four cases were placed on and the other for a decision
a change of venue which to file a. Bill of Particu- with entering the Blue Tavernon the absentee docket when the on the timberland tax suits
Co lars in all six cases. Jan. 17, 1967 defendants did not appear: now pending before Circuit
I Brazil entered pleas Presentence '. One defendant, Lamar Olo- Leon Clyde Sapp, escape; Phil- Judge John A. H. Murphree. work InC
WHITE nd Specialize
OUTSIDE OR.eMelHOUSE by reason of In- were ordered in 1nvestlgat1ons'l. ria Brown, was placed on three lip Colllvon. issuing worthless ;*
( PAINT w # l a charge of posses- Willie Arlie Combs, charged r years( probation after pleading! checks; Karry Walker, issuing Recent BirthsSP4 I
NRININ.mw Cl. a deadly weapon by a with introduction of contra- guilty In each of two cases of worthless checks; Oussle Mul-
su.un w OM. CMO.lnAnS and to five! other band into the State Prison. forgery and uttering a l)rgery. drow, withholding support. \
e .awr.wts wrr. him with ..- Combs, represented by the Judge Adkins ordered that All cases arising from the and Mrs. Troy J. Jones U ww or I eo I II It **> in.fwr
I R 6gSQ,59S. a. deadly weapon by public defender. Is charged another defendant, Carol E. riot last year at the State of Brooker announce the birthof
with attempting to take: four Catlr, be examined by Dr. T. Prison were nolle pressed. j I a daughter, Amy Joylynn, I II
on May :2 I In Alachua General

1 cj; j ...a' Council I Hospital.are Mr.Maternal and Mrs.grandparents Leroy- I
r Tie.OUP Shake-up Leeal; Green of Brooker and paternal

... grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Jones of Macclennv.
...... ..... shake-up of its Hall and ''Write
checks last Fri- in
is stationed
reached Lawtey vouchers and signed them Mr. Jones
........ Saturday, i t
dd-4(4 -- last week, In I
day afternoon
.arummwnw as is her cus-I(Marshall M. M. Jordan took I I there. They were then taken to Okinawa.Mr. Slark Florida
NEWT'' t new chairman was tom.But (the 'checkbook: to Mrs Red- ;Starling, the new chairman, >
w..MT Nrow.twr
.wrcr I at a special meeting; when Shaw's letter dish's home and she wrote the for his signature. and Mrs. Robert W.
\ joaauoaet ," .R? w I by former Chair- .
tATEX Rosier, has ,been
.ENAME1.SPECIAL legal by the t Wn's I

1 r J,tUr'recfJlved Gene Shaw.W Clerl RUNNING I

n it a PAYS-ONLY : "It last Is my Saturday opinion, IT'S OFF AND H i

CAULKING I PLASTIC ratr t MARY a meeting; of the City
I CARTER was held and a quoi
TUBES- PAINT present and in at-
I CLOTHS :THINNER and upon a vocal roll

l 1 QUART 60S t ; to reorganize of those pre the. : i.
of the City Council, I I
action is valid." 1

of the maneuver .. Idlii'flt '. I'I
questioned by Mrs. to. .1 I
I the "ousted" chairman, 41 4 j I a 'I
of the ". ,
a copy city .
: to Shaw in Tallahassee. 1' \\8t\\ : i.:; !" I Iltt
meanwhile, Robert I \
Best Paint
America's : Starling, former cc- ... .,,'- .. -! ,
CAMS USED '0 '" .iI '" "
1 OVER 10 U1LUON r : who was elected ,., '. 1
Savings"I at the May 2 meet
announced appoint-

flary Carte \ : new committees.; 4 {

and Finance: Mrs. ,
; Rosier, chairman I
102 East Brownlee St.
w I Scott, and Mrs. Barb
) RJt ,
rli d,.
'. ... .
: Robert Scott,I .0,:, .
.0. ; Paul Dlnklns, and S ,.. ... ', I I
: Paul Dinkins, ..... JftIi:. 'to i UT -' I I.
I Joined the
.t;. ; Mrs. Rosier, and : ........ '

over commit- !
: made by Mrs, I

Is the believed regular to May have 1 Head To Baldwin Chevtolet-

i In Crowd"n the the following special meet-day .'.

Starling, who
i i.M attend the previous

.:.S... -AT. by of had Mrs.streets'.beep of Rosier Paul,serving'but Dink.r with was as- For The Big Savings Purse ;

FIRST FEDERALs r this important as-
Mrs. Rosier said she
s committee chair- Get yourself a great Pacesetter De al on a specially equipped Camaro ;

to accordance' custom with of the a -Official Indy 500 Pace Car. Camaro Specials include: bumper

BECAUSE [ Council to rotate guards whitewalls, full wheel covers, wheel opening moldings. .

It : every foul deluxe steering wheel, extra interior trim, body side striping and

M the May 2 special the 155-hp Turbo-Thrift 250 Six. You get ''a special Camaro hood ;

: The "IN CROWD" : taken Shaw at said the that May while 2 stripe and sporty floor-mounted shift for the 3-Speed Transmissionat f

was valid, it Is .his no extra cost. Plus, there are extra savings on. power steering ;
that it should be
INsured Savings at a regular meeting con- power brakes and Powerglide transmission if you like.
I the officers removed

I INteresting Home This Is at not a to regular Infer ;

: INvestment in My is action Invalid,taken" Shaw In add the I Cost Plus 10% Any

: 2 meeting was at- i
Starling, Scott and .
: Increased Earning .. Mrs. Rosier, the
and Council-

: Investment. and, j but were did notified not at.of In Stock ,

: IN Many Other Ways ; : question opinion also of cleared"which

.:. Place for Me! I would checks.sign Since she the \

C .5 I as to the legality I
: ForCourteous: reorganiZation Clerk
the City
.. did not go to SIZ{ 3< I

.: to First Federal

-: "IN .POINT for the
II yea write. Cone

& year fe ntala favorite P-ES. Sec Ui Today) for Pacesetter Deals On All '67 Chevrolets

h. n Savings ( .


X AD sixes 30' cents e*- '

: 218 N. Temple Ave. .Te1e raitJa. U. S.., 301 North -, Phone 964-7500()
BALDWIN CHEVROLET I In 'Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer .In, Bradford
; "The House of : Ad fat. toe XKUfr2JUUNB and Union Counties. ;

bade ......

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.-- MAY 11. 1967!
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I1.PO for adults and 73 cents: )
Depth, Is DifereneeTornadoes 10.In the second game the .for, children. -.:
Starke Police' Dept." squeake( ,-.

Win Fourth Group Championship In 5 YearsDepth by The Southern Police Dept.Discount scored 3 slngli to )I 1, Scrimmage Set :::

runs In the 2nd., 4th and. Dtl, Tonight At .7 p.m. :

was the story again .-y1.. ; ',,"",t..'... ,.".-, '.. i. } jfJ'' ,'" ,''." ....'...<.'0\1'1-.\ 'p ,Y'tpi17f i at the-- Fletcher Invitational team innings.Ho6rtd while! in. the the Dlacoun 4th nnfllh. < For '68 Gridders: ;:

Friday as the Tornadoes: turn- ...' : .,..".".:t'J.;. .t. ;h',, :f j ''II '- '''' .' ', 3 BHS I meet in April.Preliminaries. Each team collected A scrimmage session U I
ed in a fine team performance '.., I ..tr..i.. "; ;<. .. : -rt, \ ; ) '.'i" ....\ I; ;,. '. ..' for the State hits. Eddie Hazen pitched for schedule: tonight; Thursday,
to capture the Clats A., Oroup '. >, : , 2 track and field championship ;\ ijI"J"l; ; \ "" ,:A\'t\" \.;' "' .%""",, '" \ To Compete m., and finals start at "1:00: p.l.m. and Lester Olivo golnf footballers. ;

at Florida Fled: In Gainesville < -I :" ... .l .' { & I for the Police., The public is Invited free
: '
last Friday. May 5. ; In Monday's} games Lawte) of charge to1 a preview of the. :
the sweetest aspectof '{ .., .. Recreation downed Southern '68 fcridders. ,
Probably Ih..,.......,I. /I-ti,; .'. In State MeetThree
tile Tornado win was an} '!\ ". ., < Discount 9 to 6, while the Head Coach David Hurse1--
11-point edie posted over the 'It>' \i. ::,',#!> ; Police! Dept. gained Its soconti says' -the session 'Is'r r 'the ,..:
third place Orange Park Raiders 'I:0, ,; .. 9. "\' standout t r, win ''with a 5 to 1 conquest bonrflt of the coaches and -
who had last week flipped '. : air.: ,. '' d. ,; High School athletes will ".I of BPOE. Discount outhit players and will not be played ';JJ
by the local thlnclads 1\5-511,11\ .i :" '" :: ". I form In the State .. .. Lawtey 8 to 6, but Lawtej) under' game conditions. The ..
win the Florida Star Con ," ,, Track and Field ] ; took advantage of South rn'lI: field will not be marked ofr"""

to ference meet. tl\\, \ meet Saturday at Florida. .a. ; ,,,, errors to gain the win. The and the players will wear' ,,..m
1 aC' In Gainesville. Police ''Depti collected ''only 8 plain white jerseys without ">
BHS plied up 59 points Ir } > .. .. :
the winning of heir fOurth : By virtue of their .,.Ift. ,'. ',. hits off ,the pitching' of Brian nurnbera. i ISiWM
Group Championship in five .;., ,/ place or better finishes < r Johns, but Were able to put .
"" Oroup 2 meet last them to good use. D. McKlnntfjand
Jacksonville Holies: wa! I Randy Brown :::
years.: I ,
.. Chllson. Richard' Roger

second Park with and 48tt Perry points tied; Orange foi ..It .tt.'',.. ".'H r,, ,_' .'.1 I"1 ,. ...... .- _' .... ....,. :if, ... .: I alne field and event Andy specialists, ur ; ')" &.II&Lo.& ..,... '" dame hurl Schedule a two-hitter- Thursday,, Wins Talent Show :;::::

third with 47 points each: t" ..... ; ... '- 1: Ma11: 8:00: vs. At Bradford, 'High.. ....
Lake City was fourth will 'I.".1"..'\ !'," ( ,' ." ".. .otL ," '',' r'j"/, /""',... .wr..I1'J' : present' BHS at'the 1" ,, .. Police Luwtey .
44',4'! points; Tallahassee Rich G. .'. 1 !." ..., i' '. sfKLFwI;l.i.1It.<+ ..' rRlrhurd 'Top Athletes from ft .. '! :; 4:30( Southern Discount Handy Brown won the $20 ;:
arch and Live 0aJt. tied jot I h ,",I .....& .... .....IL..trahJ-.t" _. 3w!- : 4.' .. ... ... ..:. -. .".....;: "... 'schools will compete 5 va.5:00: BPOIO.Southern: Monday Discount, May 15 vs;:, cnnh piles.. for first place Jn -.

hapless fifth with Fernandina 18 points'each Bead an;:I I Klrcholne It .Uholltted agaliwt the .ky a* sWp ami iiilUy. for state competition thin Saturday I events rels, and for the both coveted. Policet. 6:30: ''Law toy vs. BPOE, ''at the Thursday Talent Show'by the sponsored Bradford ,_:

failed to collect /single point. he Icaiw 11.6 to win tilt group polo vault champion- GaliusnvlUe.broad Championship. Police I Junior: High Eighth Grade." ..''.

Bradford racked up;; point: rain. IClrchalna Flolo Vault:: 1st) Kirchnino: 52.7; 4th) Kautfman, .03.9 Chilson, a senior, : 'BPOE, Clowns PlayComedy Randy'sang .and )played' the ::
Jump shot put and discus hampered by ond in the discus throw 143'8"i Wins w
In all events except the sprint:! cleared 12'8" In the confer; 111jflie--',!:y.,3etao tao onno J 880-yd Run:' 4 th) Scogglns, : ..Open With guitar
events. prcup> 2 meet with a Second plao8.and-: prize ..=
and. high jump, and won. 1.1 2:04.8.MUo. Ball
4th Belote and Gnann, :
and secondin ll'S"; ) In Bantam BaseballThe
Leading the Tornadoes to ence meet placed and missed ,_
narrowly went til Our Gang"a rock and
least two places In six of thi: with 11' (tie) Run: 3itf; ) .McRae: 1 .
victory! and qualifying for the the broad jump a20'lVi" ing In the shot put. as roll band, Members'are ScnttyRhoden'
15 events. Class A state meet May i3lh. l leap; Andy Mayton pincus! : 1st) Mayton, 4:93,0:; ; 5th) pyal, 400.9: 2" effort netted him 1987 Bantam Boys Base- Here Friday Lamar Underhill Oar- ,:
The Tornadoes most lmpresdive were: Richard Klrchalne, who who pulled off a big win In ,141'1 3-4"; 2nd) Chllson., 140'Shot 880-yd Relay l .3rd)f Brown, third place. Roger ball season opened league play 'ell,Crawford.Waynei Blank* --""A.a
performances came In tea,9'i won. first in the pole vault at the discus throw with a toss! of Put: 3rd) Chllson, Stephens, Relate 'and Chasteon, corded a ISO"discus \ Saturday, May 0, with Mrs Hatchet Paige, major league ship, and Danny Cowen. :::
field events however as the], 11'6". 141'1 3."", and Roger ChUaon, 45'2"; 5lh) Mayton. 1:35.2: Ruby Johns, City Co\lJ1.\ 11 ;, 'Walter:
practice, pit with a baseball\ record I
.1 Relay !
4th ,
: ) '
tallied nearly half of their to. 4rT'1,20yd Sprint Medley Chairman throwing out
The event was greatly who finished a clone second Klrchalne, who Just thel I of ore than 40 years, will be Prevatt who played the- plant: :
I tal points In the pole vault" in the discus High Hurdle: .3rd Belote Stephens,, Beam and first bnll. a letter high '
behind '
Mayton the the featured _.
: eligible was among player and received. ,tt 410 prize.
ISA 4th) Onann, 15.7 Chaatuen, 2:05,2Mile' : I .
140. Brown ; .
event with a throw of Tornado trackman to The opening game was pluyed when, the Indianapolis Clown. -tf*
Hurdles ,5tn) Relay: 3rd) ,KaUffman, ..
Bus ItESCLTS 180-yd Low : < between Lawtey Recrea- '
Baltimore Stars In "
I In two events. His 201 meet the ,: :
Open Friday and Saturday Broad Jump: 2nd) Kir- Gnann, 22.5 Warren, McKnight 'and -Seog-' Jn.the broad Jump earned tion and BPOffi and the Elks an'' exhibition game here Fri' 3oat Stolen
: chalne, 20'lYa"Garden 4.,0ydtDash: SrtU ,Beam, ,gins, :3:39,5;S;: ..( A second la that event, picked up the victory 6 to 0. day. Game >time, 8 p.m., at'I At t Santa'Fe Lake r=

Until 10 P.M. I won the pole vault Lawtey, had led BPOB: 4 to 1 BHS field. '-
II home of1' the season. I 11'8" effort; The polo going! Into the final Inning The game Is sponsored/ by A boat and trailer owned by ._:
1st run _
I Finally led JNoenel's wilt.3 hits event at the qroup ,,, when the rains came. The the Garden Restaurant Soft-.'jJ. E. Newman war stolen from v.I
duine SrlieJifVe
NOW YOU STANDING Noegel's 8-1. halted to wait for Lake, =
hampered by rain game was ball Team whose sharo of the his home at Santa fo -
.Friday, May\ 12: 7:30: Crews I
Beats Noegel'sIn Garden '7-2. Pest Control .2-7. v Golf sulted In slippery poles the rain to subside, and when proceeds will be used I IKentcky II Men's'Softball' ,Register, Oil 1.8 Sunoco/ KontuVky"OoocuTjuuVs Fried"Chicken; the lower' than. usual" play was able to be continued < ENJOY I :
CAN 8:45(
Schedule: Tuesday May 18- : height Klrchalne had some of Lawtey's bAil players the coming season. Over three Department:! ,. .
On the 3rd attempt of the Noegel's-va Oarden 7:30: : Register vs Conner' Insurance; K.F.C 12'8" In competition this hod! left leaving their side unable hours of baseball mixed' with The boat was a 14-foot '. r.

COL. SANDERS i season, the Garden Rcataurri vs Pest Con. 0:00.: Thurs Monday Goodman's, Mny'13r.8:00'' : son, and has bettered. to field a team' giving, (roniedy( are In store for fans Hunter flbreglass carried on' "A,.'" :
RECIPE finally managed to defeat Noe day May 18-Garden vs Pest vs Gulf- practice he'Elks!: the win. who attend the game. white trailer. _..
Cont. 7:30: ; Noegel va Register. obtained in Sheriff Robert Green
gel's Auto Sales 113. Each Mayton. a junior, Larry Brown and Kent Tickets may be Deputy
team collected 11 hits but errors 9:00.: BHS Principal: Bradford's only other Graudon both pitched: very advance until 5 p.m. Friday is ,{nyestlgatmg! Jthe!: III:
\} were the down fall of ti .place la the group meet fine i games.. Brown of Lawtey m'any member of the ---
Men's Softball play( Conner .Insurance won the discus throw gave up onJy one base hit, Gnlrden team at U.2for: \.....
Noegels in SprowRequestsTeachi: \ ClaMlfled Ad M the TEU.\
,. .. ..
last Thursday. I heave of 141'1 34"'' while Oraudon .allowed only .dulls and 60 cents for childen '- -

Fried The second same of the Shows StrengthConner g ,Post .toss of the season'was' three with each striking out i ,' Prices! : nt the gate will be GRAPH brlno TCiiulU."ANNOUNCES ..rr..rrrr

evening was fought right downto Insurnnce .hall quickly ..
the wire between Register established themselves! as I In an April 26 loiter t.o. the I IS..hool -Vr
Chicken i 011 and Fla. Pest conb'Ol.;'The the team to beat In the Women's Bradford '
Board, High
game was close all. tha way Softball League, taking .
j Jiar and A. Sprow
I the bottom of scheduled Bill Powell Real
and going into their frlst two
granted a
I II requested, and was

/ "It's Finger Lickin' Good" the was'last leading Inning 6-5, Register when Oil H. games In Friday easily. night's action reassignment tlve to teaching from duties.'adl1l1nlst;a-\\ -r..

2 home to Sunoco -
Thornton hit a run Conner downed Crews Sprow next term will teach I _
SHRIMP AND FISH win the game for Pest Control 12 .to 2, and Monday night mathematics In the high I -w. w
Quit 11. to 8, rrrN
I 7.6.In whipped Beggs school. In.. his letter to the
Tuesday May 9, games, In the two games Conner collected School Board, the long-time ,
I PHONE AHEAD 961-5126 Noegel's} Auto downed Register a total of 31 bane hits. I I BHS educator said I
YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY Oil 14-2 and Oarden Restaurant 26
Goodman "Over my past years
I deteatgd.'estCO, > \iEtto1.11-3. In other gomes schools, I ,, ,
in the public
; .1
TAKE OUT I "' GUlf edgtW.Deggs! Gulf in an spent II AI rr .1. :
,' EAT IN OR Garden outhit Pest Control I 13.. found! that I definitely prefer i 1' :
filled 11 to
Strickland leading action game
Ave. U. S. 301 NorthC. 14-4 with T. classroom teaching to administration I .
1601 N. Temple Garden with 3 hits. Beggs had 11 hits while Good and at this time I. find
Noegel's ran away with the Masters afford to do the .
R. BRASWELL Owner-Manager I man's hit 14- Barbara that I can! .
In 5 .innings outhlttlng which I prefer." .
I game hit one over the fence for the thing
Register Oil 14-6. T. Paladlru. ) Present Junior High Principal -

I I Jim Temple has ,been. assigned A NEW CENTRALLY LOCATED OFFICE TO :' 7

to head the high school. .,

A NICE I i JOCKC Hampton! has been Principal named Richard to head "

I the junior high. Mrs. Maureen SERVE THIS AREA . ,

WAY TO IIAPPY I MOTHERS DAY! j I I I Hampton Paul prlnclpalship, elementary, has there.been teacher given> the at I II I II ; ',s I.: :

SAY Local Hearing I w
t ,

rM== Bradford; ; f' TELEPHONES Hours: 5M-2018: :
i Office 961646Afte& ( -
TEFI.EN.! : No local hearing will be P.O. Box 1089 -
scheduled for Bradford Coun- r
District Florida
| ty, says 17th
House Member Gone Shaw, W. H. John :
since. only three requests for :
NO SCOURING :1 local action have been made Keior. Real Estate Salesman

g1UCIPANlkrt and those, tills are already In I A S

COOKS WITHOUT STICKING y the hopper. j i iI C. Powell Jr. 4 -
I The three requests! .are: I Cathy Higginbotham .
.A change In the charterof Jleg. Ueal Estate
1M the City of Stnrke to make | Office Manager
( !the offices\ of city clerk and j '
UCU MN alAYC1eAN police chief appointive If the OWNER

1QT. move Is approved 'by* the citizens : .
I In a special election. 1 Str.
d Jr -A request to increase the j .
salary of the mayor of the a
I City of Lawtey. I "w ry

: -rA request from the County 7771 ROLLING HILLS DRIVE

: Commission to allow the county Jacksonville 32205TELEPHONES N :
to legally pay for private
COMPLETE ambulance servtae. This prob. : i'' ,-

\lam will be resolved ''by a gen--1' 781.7722 After Hours, .761-1385 i '
Office ; .
rat bill, Senate Bill .10",which: ,
: passed the''Hoos.q In the first! ,, .
I of the session,' Rep. : r
SET week tistwtm .
Beth Higginbotham
COMPLETE Shaw eayl, '
"dsa. s I local. ; scheduled
\ A Jiejrlnff /
In Columbia Cpunty: ,this]". Fri: ;', Iteg. Iteul; Estate". Saleslady. '

I oT. COVER n 'I day night. May 12, and ln,
oYTG/OVtN 1e'f' FITS Nassau CountyFernandina( ACTION
'Beach) the Friday night of Ruth' J. Powell :

May 19.,On., was. held Jn.Clay:': MargaretF.,, Perryman. Reg. Real Estate .
I County last Friday ,May S. I II
I With the 30-day.extension of, Key. Real Estate Saleslady Saleslady .
a voted I' SALES MANAGER ;
,lt aaLLUT the present legislative
I I If Tuesday, It would now be pos-* |iI
s .Ible for a hearing to ''be held ',;
f I Jflf" Bradford, but at .the present

'n Je time Rep. Shaw says, he sees IF YOU WANT QUICK AND EFFICIENT SERVICE
> :
need for one.. .
= Here is todays[ most practical cookware set. Cooks without annoying no ,

t 4 jj( sticking, cleans without messy scouring, thank to DuPont's : Recent Birth. I US
+: 0G ,f'jfamazing Teflon. Yes, cook with or without fats or oils, -food* Me- LIST .
slick Teflon surface. Clean with just a1CUANS 1st Ltand Mrs Dewey
stick the
won't to
E kt super Ala.
1 Klnney of Montgomery. ;
sudsy cloth, no scrubbing or scouring needed. announce the birth of a ,| Crown District :.
Our Corers The
LIKE MAGIC! : daughter Laura Lynn on April!' Advertising .

L434 ,. .21,.Maternal and Mrs.grandparents Roy Dennison areMr. of e FARMS o ACREAGE INDUSTRIAL.. .- :

:; Furniture Co. Baruota. j I II ,

? StreetBellifiark I 'I o HOMES s COMMERCIAL O F.H.A. V.A.

I TilE BIGHT POINT' for the I

,way you, .write. Com In Conventional FinancingTlmmm"v
,Starke Florida acid .select$ ,our, favorite" E3TEBBAOOK !: :

West Call fountain. pep.

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Starke Club and 28 incmbci s I I feited. toxication $37.50 or 5 days.
Angus Owner Art Schulz Named I
Pat t Everett L of the Lake Butler Club attended -I Books Needed Donald J. Flnkaton, reckless Joe Cook voluntary intoxication -
the meeting. driving by speeding on US $37.00 bond forfeited.

\ President Of Local CattlemenArt : For Sale 301, $12.50 bond forfeited. Foy Clark:., voluntary Intoxication -

Voted ChamberPresidentElect Students Should May 18-19-20 Leonard Cobb voluntary In- *37r bond forfeited.

.. Schulz of Rt. 1. Brooker.was V. -- '
I Apply Early elected President of the Been wondering what to

For S. S. Cards Bradford County Cattlemen's do with those old books
,t Get the big sheet
i Association ,at a special meet- you've Ureiidy rt'ud'? Too

F' Spring la summer job hunting I ing of the Association, Ma _ _
for Elected to with Schulz Then them to
(Continued from Pose One! Hcoson< many high serve rourw. give
school and college students. Include E. M. fBiif-Boy/ ] Prevail the library friend-and be -

motion; < of Bradford's itrawber _" Those who will be Inking a vice-president; O T a friend of the library. =---=== ,.. .

les.by the Chamber and agriculture { job for the first time and will Hugging, secretary, and Mau- The annual book sale, -. -""...
officials need a social security number rice Edwards Jf.. state direc- sponsored by Beta Siirma -' -- -

,: Accepted a. resolution, tc !' were urged, by Thomas C. Phi Sorority. will be held

lie, cent to the Florida: House: c I Watson Jr., siclal socmlty tor.Schulz said that the first order May 18. 19. 20 at the Gui -, .: --- .'
Una(! Senate, favoring some, field repreac; 'itatlve, to apply of business will be a membership I don Restaurant. If you' have '. .
"" .
tfrtm of revenue sharing! plar I now and avoid the rush. I drive in the very near I books, paperbacks, magazine ..- -

*\ -IfU- I L I Watson stated that by applying future. He encourages anyone *, or phonograph- lecords
now. the student will that owns cattle or has an interest that you would' like to donate -
---- --- -- '- avoid unnecesary delay. In in cattle to join the association take them to the

t2 Wides I Bradford County Fair! Association I May and June the number of during this time. Starke Library by Tuesday ;,
.. applications ror social security In addition to programs May 16.Books.
Custom Made\ Wins Ribbons At Short Course I cards Is four to five times based on herd management will be on sale at .- l;&}
For Florida 'I greater than In, the other Schulz said that much emphasis prices ranging from one cent
: r Living I The Bradford County Fair.Fall'. Manager. I months of the year and some will be placed on programs to $1. Proceeds will ro to <
:: Get Mope\ Association won second plact Eighty-five per cent of the delays occur Since employers designed: help young people benefit the library.Mayor's KAISER PATENTED

YOU I ribbons In three categories .ol fairs held Florida fall in the need to see a new employee'ssocial with livestock projects Includ- Newly elected Cattleman

For Your $ $ exhibits entered In competition category of 90,000 or less at- security card before he ing steer shows calf scrambles. Association/ l.rll..I..ntrt.. TWIN-RIB

';No Salaried with other Florida Fair: tendance each year. Second I goes on duty, getting the card and exhibiting cattle in the Court 'I,
; or Cm'missioned at the Federation of Florid! ;lace awards were received for late could cause a delay In 1 Schultz wan one of Ills prices

.: .: Employees) Fairs and livestock shows short crap boOk. premium book and j starting. work and result In n young Black Angus bull! The following: cases' were. ROOFING AND SIDING

DAD & BRAD.LARSEN course held at the Unlversltj: ihotographs. i i 'sslng1 a good Job opportun- Methodist Men raised on his. ranch In the ,disposed of In Mayor's Court II
of Floi Ida's new Florida Union : Bradford County was fur- ity New River Section. Tuesday night: I 5 keeps buildings up to 15*'cooler in hot
,:. LIKE TO WORK Building on the campus 1r'' .her recognized by the electionf | vvTatson concluded by advising To Meet MondayThe Joe Coleman voluntary In- I summer sun ,-
Gainesville, Sunday, Monday,I Its fair manager Novak, to students :not to wait until toxication $27. O or 5 days. I
YOU Benefit! i, and Tuesday. .I.II he Federation Board of Dlrec- school Is out to apply for their Methodist )[on's Club Bradford County Fair. Charles Fayson. voluntary I S long. wide sheets easy to installS

I Representing the Associa- an.Starke. social security numbers Applications will meet for a covered dish Schulz also said that he Intoxication and failure to pay, can't rust, warp or rot MVMIOWM

:' AU Sizes Display I tion at the meeting wcrra. O. T;; may be obtained frou. supper Monday, May 15, at 7 would encourage the association .- previous tine, 40 days or $219 I fewer joints-tighter roofs '
an to work with other 1995
Hugglns Executive Vlce-PresU Rotary the Starke Post) Office. p.m. In Fellowship Hall. any organization Tom Moirla voluntary intoxication .
8-JO-12 Wider I dent; Martha Sue McCain: ,, These applications should be George Hugglmi will have such, as the Farm $37.50 or 7 days. We cut the sheets to fit your building I ..::..

IVt Baths I secretary: W. H. Haas Vice VIeets With mailed to: Social Security Administration charge of the program.All Buieau or Chamber of Commerce Calvin Lam. voluntary intoxication -

;, and Expandables I President; and Peter J. Novftk/ .ake Butler Drawer S, Gainesville members are Invited and In promoting cattle and $27.30 or 9 days FARMER'S MUTUAL EXCHANGE

'- Fla 32601. asked to bring a covered dish I agriculture in Bradford Coun Eddie Wayne Dempsey reck-II.I Starke, Fla. Phone 964-7871
ty. less drlvlnir.. $37.50 bond for- .
=New and Used between state and federal gov- Herbert Attaway. dean of -
ernment that Is now belrupiopo&ed 'he Technical Division at the

8-Yr. financing available in the FlorlJ'i' Legls ..ake City Junior College, FRONT ALIGNMENT
lature Such a plan would re ;poke to a joint meeting of the Latent Precision Equipment.
Lake Butler and Starko Rotary
turn a portion of the federaovernments
Use Our Rental-Pur- Factory Trained Mechanic.
?lubs at the Town House Rest
Income tax collections All
: Guaranteed.
chase: I"anPaymenteUnder to the states. aurant in Lake Butler at noon: 1 This Week Special
$50 Per Month :I -Heard reeommendatlonr Wednesday.
from the chairman of the Retail The Starke Club picked up $5.55
the luncheon check as. result extra
Merchants Committee I --'---'-'--- ,' '- part If neededFIRESTONE
,'NOWl'lMobile Roscoe Bulllngton.] for acquirIng ?f losing an attendance con- FOR SALK- Pen-raised Wild HASTINGS MATTRESS
additional parkin spac >ei-t to the Lake Butler Club Turkey Eggs. White Guinea & UPHOLSTERY WORKS INSURANCEAT SIJ "'. MadUion

for downtown Starke One posislblllty several weeks ago. .CUrtis Lee, Eggs Mallard Duck Eggs. 710 Lemon !St.! PalatJu I REDUCED RATES
is that the Board: oGoveinors > 'resident of the 'Lake Butler J M. Edwarda.;: Ph. 984-8403, Furniture Repaired I AUTO FIKE BOAT
Home SitesAVAILABLE establish a stUd( Club.' presided. tfchg Upholstered & Itefinishecl I'I DOYLE K. CONNER BE SURE TO SEE WORLD

= committee or request thai a\ Dean Attaway said that I MATTRESSES I, INSURANCE. AGENCT BOOK before buying any
LCJC Is placing strong emphasis tfog other encyclopedia. M. A.
: study committee be established I
: Full Lake Privileges through the City Council' t4 ort technical training "Silver Sands"Pretty Innersprings Payne, your local representative -

: Homestead Exempt- evaluate the downtown park *nd now'1tas 35 per cent bf Its Lake LotsDon't and Box Springs I MARRIED COUPLES WANTED since 1956. Box 626.

Financing' I ing problem and to determine students" emofled In ocpupa-: Just Hang i Drop IT* A Cord or Call for cottage parent work, Phone 964-6560. tfchg

I II the feasibility of one,way traffic tlonal education. He said. the Around Wishing: PALATKA E.\ 5-9160 I couples start at $445 per mo.,
I on Call Street as one way time is past when a high MRS. PEGGY SHALLER Minimum education 9, age 21 Are you sending your Land-
Lake k 'GenevaTrailer 't of) gaining additional parkin*! school :diploma Is enough to BUY ONE 209 E. AdMii St. plus. :S day week. In general: lord's son to college Why

j via angle- parking or som satisfy an employer, ani the Starl4,.. Agent married couple work some pay rent? Build on your lotr
student must be trained In. I shirt Work in Food Service > ours. Your plans or ours.
Sales I other) means. order McKA Y at Keystone I FOR. RENT Klngsley Lake Small down payment. Sea
Heard a request from some particular field sn KKIIUCKU FROM $100 TO furnished house. and Malntance also available
: Ph. 473-1816 3 bedrooms I nodclg in PInebreeze. Long-
hold a '
I obtain and
ti to I
Manager Novak for a group j Qualified single persons
On Route loo' On. Mile BBKeyntone 300 ft docks, double dressing
introducedby jhamp Const. Co. Contact Bu-
The speaker was 'I.'R"IFIRUJ AU $70 PER MO.\
Cross-Florida Barge interested
tour the also accepted. If apply -
: Helg-hts memberof HATH.Ot : room. Delano Thomas, 964- ford 964-6853, t
Mitchell phone
Canal at Palatka next Thyrs% Afrtos Howard a -- NEW ONE BEDROOM 6507. !in person. Personnel Office -
Open Sun. & Evenlnjca day, Man., 18. as members) oj the LCJC advisory board. > <. IR word. ....$...00Rn. FURNISHED tfchat Sunland Training Center,, P. O. Box 238 Starke. tfchg-

--._ ------ <: ,1 the Florida Crown Council. I Twen, -four members of the .." word o,'rr ttl _fVtKxlrtl : GARDEN APTS. I CARL BEGGS Gainesville. 4tchg 3/2.1 FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE t

: rkllrir If nut I Gulf ServiceUSED NEW MOBILE homes, ChJck- tearing completion, 3 bedroom -
ibid In .d..c.. ____.3A AIR CONDITION i asha 20' A 24 wide, Buddy 1% bath. Located Just ,I II

MEWORI". Rr."eL1""O I PARTS Clemaon, Layton Travel Trailers I jutslde of city limits! in Pine-
U <-.u<. per word I Top Prices for Wrecked Cam Liberty. Taylor Azal. a. breeze. Small down payment.

C.tltn OP THiKSR I WASHINGTON ST. I 24 Hour Wrecker. Service buy sell, trade. Year bank fi- Easy monthly terms. Long-

'.....01. ... IrmIJnvIl ..:LSli, -- Fuel Oil --- nancing.. Buckeye Trailer Mait: champ Const. Co., Contact Bu-
vord over .bn .III Call AAA S Jt II Green Stump Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd ford Mitchell Phone 904-6853

YOUR BEST BARGAIN. MR. MASON I'I Ilwy. SOt N. Waldo Orange Park 2(54-2131.( tfchg ,f>. O Bog 238, Starke. tfchg-
I I I 468-1008
ADULT EDUCATION Alaafles. care of Ernest Tew VACATION IN TilEIOtTST1 FOR RENT -- Furnished 2
Join new.Secondary.. Elamentary- LACY CONWAY :\ SiI1!
;: bedroom house. Desirable loca.
Phone.. Utt4- 0&ldav ..1fe itF" 'rne:. I FLYINO' SERVICE New cottage In Blue Ridge tlon M. A. Paiine( phone 964-

9R4-6800 evenurit\ tf. Ph. FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane mountains. 10 ml. from Rldg< 6060. tfchg
Ca1nil 3j6-fl461 rentals. Greyhound Bus I crest, on paved hi way. Sleeps! :

I IIp UNDERWATERWEED 290 gother charter a bus. Phone
CUTTING 964-6090. tfchg per week. June thru Sept Someone In this area to a,,-

weeks available. Write P. O clime puyrnent on SINGER

Bulldozer &
REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL all DeHlgn Mtltrlieit, buttonholes -,

!( with Automatic Drug Line WorkJ. ; Concerning property and property NURSES NIGHT ., .SeWS on button.... Mono-'

_ _ C. Gardner MASONRYMATERIALS values, In Florida Prop- DUTY ONLY ((4-12 and 12-8)). grains Applique. etc. Orig-
, ICE MAKER erty. Over thirty years ex 156 bed general hospital for inally Hold for 9299.50. Balance ,>
PHONE 984-7720 ,perience' In Real Estate matters mentally retarded Residents now only $' 6.20. or'S

I and Active Real Estate all clinical areas except ob- per month.. Call Jacksonville,
FOR RENT I Broker since 1953. A. J. stetics. 40 hour week, six paid COLLECT: S3S-1946 any time. .
I _
NEVER t I. I two BR house Unturniehed'i Ready Mix Concrete, Con- i I Thomas, Realtor, Tel. 964-5701. Holidays 12 days paid annual A...'.- for Credit Manager Will
DEFROST crete Block Sand, Rock. leave accumulative sick leave deliver fin obligation.4tchg' ,
Starke. W.; H. Nollman. tf chg, I meals and laundry optional at 5/24
Cement Mortar, Steel Oyster -
.. I.. THIS Shell! Limerock. Roof minimum cost insurance payroll
f&g& iaiwlelf LOSES WEIGHT safely with
BIG 152 LB I
TAX: CONSULTANT Gravel Pretest. Lintel, andWlndw doduotable. State Retirement Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. ONLY 98o
FREEZERNEVER and Social bene-
I Average small business i Sill. Everything -14* at Mitchell Drugs. Stp 6/22
$10 Month, Up for Mwumry (Construction. fits. APPLY TO DIRECTOR
NOTICE Include Sales Tax; I We.tcrnVt.r OF' NURSES SUNLAND PAINTING Inside and out.

Quarterly & Federal I ANNOUNCINGA TRAINING CENTER HOSPITAL Licensed. Ouar. Phone 782-
SALE OF Return. P. O. Box 1150, GAIN- 3793. 4t Chg 54'

CHICKEN FARM I For< Information Write: ESVILLE, FLORIDA. Phone _
I 378-31I.: 4tchg :)-11 USED VACUUM leanef reconditioned
Box 93, Pal .tka. Fla.
Owned by \\. HOKUM !Smith< Ready Mix Plant IIS up. 10 different
.r- call :
32329304tp a name brands to choose from.
'. vJ ) I 's., To Whom It May Concern, : 5-11 atKeystone large 1 bedroom ,house. Air Parts & excellent repair aM

: ,- DEFROST THIS '\ I, the iimlvrHlgnrd am asking G & S PAINTING CO. Painting HeightsFor .1 condition and modern. Renner makes. KIRBY BALmS A
$L UMt Apartments 383 W. Washington SERVICE: 712 N. Main Oalnevllle *-
I.-. fop bids on my chicken" Paper Hanging. Decorat-
; ------ farm located, mid .xltuutnl. oi ing. Phone 96..- 63..0.! ", .. 904-.' Better Service To I phone 961-6279. tfchg 376-7110. tfchf

SECTION llronnfce: Road l. Sturke, Bradford 5670. 4tp 8/26 'That/Area.' Myers Power Tools

i'.i; which A Classified Ad In the TELErc -
FOR Wise- "
,, : a! consist. of: SALE: 3 bedroom \Ve Will Not Be CIS Rtrrrt Area Headquarters For r.RAPII ',rln..s .alt..
on Wilson Road: 'central heatoland > Under olll. Lawnmowers Power ToolsSteCulloch -
1. '
Approximately 13 acre. of ,
a'r conditioning. Phone Chain Saws FURNISHED 2 bedroom

S Hank Financing Chicken land. liounen. ((40.OOO 964-8748. 2tp GIlt Bradford Pump & Water Systems house. All electric kl tch.....

: -:-:;----:, / .. Small Down rupoclty), and equipment. MALE HELP WANTED Briggs &: stratton Engine Easy walking distance of
.- S. Between the Rantals Sales Service shopping area. ,J15 per week.
: Payment. niiHcelliitietiiM. veroniiproperty ages of 21 & CiO:
Interested in No. BIS 20 Acres on 301. Good 230 N.E. 16th Ave. or $53: per month. Ph. 964-
a sales career In
: ,, -.j:' TermsTo I 4. One tru.'tor. spreader' life insurance sellingin Starke. Engineering dry pasture.cleaned Ideal land for planted truck or in Gainesville 376-3411 .3403._tfchg

: :.: C--- Suit Your inouer griulvr louder, and High school graduate or above. farm. tfchg

....... I other mlellanei parts Resident of the state for 12 No.poultry 492 2 Acres completely FOR SALE 3 Bedroom, 2 'Wanted
to tractor. months. Like to earn $110 a Co. Help
___ ___ ___ week while furnished 5 room and bath. Ha stories, CB house on I
: _._____ I No hld'4 ulll 1M'1..t'pt..lthllt.. you T bath bungalow located 1 mile Raiford Road. Call Rudolph Young- marred
_.___ urn below $13,01X1.00.() n..rnm..t .. Gainesville 3786037for, .. an PhoneStarke out of Starke on paved road. Hutcheson, 964-7966 after 5:00.: I draft man schoolgraduate -
Interview. exempt high
I .. :: -. arriuige' his. OWII financing itp Only $8900. Terms. For 2tchg 5-18
prefer man
':; I MODEL !IHCH. and may notifying Inspect the the under.signed preniupon .- HELP WANTED Apply at 964-5403 Homes, Farms Ranches, Acreage ANTIQUES FOR SALE at : with experience In drafting
REH-1746 Waters Enco Station 'at 800S. Business and retirement room and knowledge of blueprints
) .JK fJt f,/ u* *vy ""ii'i' '* at any tin J-. Walnut Keystone Ready homes Quigley Museum. Open dally. I
Thu It St. Ph. 964-9909. lIp give us a call. East Madison St.. Starke. tf send resume to
; Handidor Shelves' pl't'.ntlyflnl1fl.d -Mix' STROUT REALTY P.O. Box 1000 Give Telephone
mpi ,- Jlld\ FOR SALE
by Production 1964 Karman
2117 N. WANTED Lot
Keystone Temple Ave., Starke : on Kingsley II No. and you will be
: Twin Porcelain Crispers Glide-out Chrome Shelves Crt'dlt.Intun and Ghia. Yellow with black Interior Fla. ((904) 964-6609 Lake with or without cabin. contacted.
thin. mortgage niu t be paid 22,800 miles. Excellent 473-4285 Not to exceed $13,000 l Phone
18 lb. Porcelain Meat Container 5-Year Protection Plan I
Big I off or urrnngeineiitH nuule with condition. For Information callJoyce FOR RENT By week 2 bed collect W L. Summers 7320408 Owen Joist Co.

; ** .. Removable Egg Storage Bin Choice of Classic White! or Coppartono! :MM Florida fur rcflnimclng. at 782-3976 Itp FOR SALE 2 BR House on room air conditioned cottageon Lake City. 3tchg I of Starke Fiord
.. r All bid. inuttt Iw .Mulimlttrd ,1- nice lot. $3200. Needs some Crystal Lake. Call Mrs. I
: .*. N, YEARS FROM NOW YOU'LL BE CLAD IT'S A NORGEI to the ()rite of Thonian A FOR RENT -- Bachelor apart.meat repairs-401 Alton Rd. Flnanc. L. K. Whitehead 964-6312. FOR RENT 3 room up- .

fierce not lad-r than 10:00: ) nicely furnished. Air con- ed. call Orange Park 261-6948.& tfchg ctalrs apartment. Private bath FOR RENT furnished 1

"..\1.. May 26. 1067. ditioned. 337 N. Walnut St. tfchg gas appliance. 400 S. WaterSt. bedroom cottage. Large living-
or 527 N. Walnut !St' ltchg FOR SALE Roll-up Hospital
The undersigned reserves' the Phone 964-6848.& tfchg room and kitchen tile bath
for sale 3 bed bed &
HQUSE mattress. New
right to accept or reject private driveway. Near school.
Gay's Appliances or all bid toRe..rUully any I FOR SALE 1957 V-8 CheVrolet rooms. 2 baths,, large kitchen.fenced' I condition. Olin White. Kochs FOR RENT Nicely furnished 614 Lake St. Call 964-6277. 633

$12 .00 cash. Johnny back yard. Phone; 964- Drug. tfchgr :9 room house. Couple or McMahon: Street. tfchgSMALL
submitted, I }fazen, 9647938. Itp 6074. Itp adults only. 337 N. Walnut St. .
Extra large
.. .155 N. Temple Ave. Phone 961-7511 Ily \\'. hogan Smith I Adjustable Vlnsrt. Book HOUSEKEEPER wanted trailer lot with all facilities. .or 527 N. Walnut St. ItchgA I : TRAILER for sale. 1-
.' lout 2, ll., 14 1-,' I''wheel type trailer with tall-
tlurldu Covers. Alt UK* 30 wnU e.vat :live In, I./3 week. L. G. John- east of on Claaairied Ad In the TEXCCRAPII :- gate and top. $30. Call 96...

Starke. j The leleg-mph. 1 con, Rt.'Z Box 1S6. Itp I Highway, 16.. Inquire at location ltp- brine ru)...- 6074. Itrh" ,



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TIIURSOi\Y, MAY 11, 1907 mtAPFcmn" COUNTY TKi.rnu\rn. STAEKB.} FLORIDA ______- PAGE SEVEN
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.' .. .
-- i famed Suwannee River. to pay the cost
i 'Green Span' Becoming Popular State or local officials, farmers The case has been before

I I and other persona Inter Circuit Judge Hugh M. TaylorIn
Phase Of Cropland Adjustment ested In details of the 1961 Leon County, but on April

? Greenspan program should 28 he ordered it transferredto <
"Reverse-Cycle Groentpan a part of the land for a city park A wild- cal! write, or visit the local Bradford County. '
''IIS, Department of Agrl:ul- life pond, ice skating rink, ASCS county office or the It has been received In Cir
t tuies Cropland Adjustment picnic area baseball and soft- State ASCS office In Gainedvllle cuit Court here, and" a hearing
Never heard of it. Program, is becoming IncreasIngly ball diamonds and badminton has been set for May 20, at
popular, according to courts aic" to be developed. A 2:30 pm
w"'ttr Emery "Williams Chairman Gicenspnn' grant of $4,730 plus] Power CompanySuit Attorney for the plaintiff It
i I Agricultural Stabilization and $2.000 costsharlng was provided George W. Wright Jr., of
A&aVtta Conservation State Committee. Approximately 25 pro MovedTo Miami.
mfU A i Reports Williams has received, jects have been approved na-
+ show that cities, counties' and tionally to date. The largest NOTICE OK INTENTION TO
other) public entitles' confronted grant was $47,413 to the Linn Court HereA REOISTEK FICTITIOUS

with conservation, recrea County, Iowa, Conservation NAME
eon, and open-space problems, Board to help ,buy 372 acres suit Involving the $90,124 Notice U hereby given that
,ire turning In Increasing num- of cropland in a 1,072 aciu cost of moving power line, provisions of Chapter 20,953
,. I beis to the Gieerupan program farm to be developed Into a filed by Florida Power & Light the undersigned, under the
for help. wilderness park Second largest Co against the State Road Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941,
The CroplanddJustm<.>nt grant was made to Lafay- Department, has been transferred will register with the Clerk of
Program (CAP)) authorized ette County Fla, Board of from Leon County to the Circuit Court, In and for
by the Food and Agriculture County Commissioners to help Bradford County Circuit Court. Bradford County, Florida, upon -
CAP Color Guard ftnrke' Act of 11)05.) Is divided Intoparts. purchase a 333 acre farm for Originally filed in Leon receipt of proof of publication

One part applies to development of a general recreation County on Sept. 13, 1066, the of thin notice, the fictitious
!\ C'l\ll Air Patrol Cutlet Squadron(| bail three. ano'mb..r. farmers, the other to public. area The grant was suit asks the court to decide name of Central Book
l who were honored to be Color CJiiurdu" for openingicrcnionloH entitles, For farmers it provides for $20,482 toward purchase who shall pay for the relocation keeping & Employment Ser
adjustment payments of 249 acres of cropland on the of the line
f of the Lit tln League baseball aflame. hint Sitnrday. ( power along vice, under which I am engaged -
1 T N"4 und conservation coat-sharing! property. Cost-share assistanceof U.3 3O1( between, Starke and .
In business at 118 S. Court
Cadets,( Turner, Devrlrk, and r rle.liiinii. The
: They wore to help to shift land out of $4,80360 was also provided Lawtey.
Tli Street, Starke, Florida.
tit W a, Color: fiiiurd and other nienitMTH of the Squadron formed at certain crops and Into con Development will bo for hunt- Plaintiff states that the Mrs. CS. (Ruth) Haddock,

the irrraury and! marched to the Recreation Center, where serving uses for periods of 5 Ing: (dove fields), fishing, woik, was done between Oc- Route 1, Box 230, Starke, Fla,
+ they nullified( n tl.tt rtilslng ceremony as the Nutlunal Anthem to 10 years. camping, picnicking and related tober 1963 and April 21, 1966, sole owner.

.q'( nii pla\eJ.. 01.: Turner, Information Officer fur the The Greenspan/ provision of recreation. The land includes at a cost of $93,124, when the I II Dated this 4th day of May,
:Squadron;; hill repressed' appreflutIon. to the Sturkn!\ Police CAP authorizes equivalenthelp about one and one- I highway was being '' A.D. 1967. at Starke, Brad-
to public!! entities local, four-laned'l'
l""'l>artinent. for their cooperation' In providing un ..,,('ort. State or Federal -- desiring fourth mile frontage on this and that the SlID I ford County, Florida.
3/4 4t 9/23
to buy cropland for permanent ,

No / In Feed Grain conversion to nontarm uses
Change inch as the preservation of .' .
open spaces and natural beauty -

Diversion Program AnnouncedSecretary wildlife. habitat and recreation ': All My Important Papers Are .
and the prevention of air
I I sources anticipated and Is now and water pollution
: of Agriculture expected 'that yenr-end carry- Gieonspan. rates or assistance -
Sale In A
Safety Deposit
Freeman has announced that I over stocks will be higher than are based on the smaller
r AYtiAt' Ir vM Tn n4i no chariie will be made in the I the 25 million tons previously of
1Mi IC. y of 50 per cent of the cost
+ air ur _. art a: pieUousU' announced acreage I estimated the land diverted from eligible Box
diversion of the .
The Secretary also announced ,
crops or what a farmer would L
Wall, Sir, electric Reverso-Cycla air conditioning people relax, oat, sleep' and rl"",1! b?:ler.! And 1067 feed to grain O. P.program McArthur, according -, that the Board of Directors have received under it 10-year _,,_.:_.

i is the 2Ch: century safest,cleanest, t'-e' hestlrg Feature cos's *o liltlo. extra it's State Executive Director Agricultural of the Commodity a.1thol'lzl.'dextension Credit CAP agreement, The grant, will -

ch,apo't wcy to cool (tend heal:! ) a Florida almot I lJe; ips'iii'!
home, It's flomolcss -no smoke, soot: ,or fumes' Conservation Service. Gainesville for price-support loans in I :
you I Ike; I to: move into per acre.Greenspan /
-a clean Lrcok: with the post. One small, t te! ?0th ceaturyalonrawi.h: \ I tie 1067-crop grains and soybeans help i Is being ap- ,1 and Play it Safe. The Cost is Just Pennies a Day, and

comport unit a>vrs you pirfocl: indoorwec'her \6 b million happy FlorlJ.cn; now The Secretary announced stored ,in commercial warehouses piled to a wide variety of uses you can Protect Valuables From Tax Records and
continuation of the present wildlife fishing and
ov-r( dcy You' |ust, twist a cl.ol. /' enjoying Revarso-Cycle air program In answer to inquiries This authority, to be usedif boating- waters, nature trails, Wills to Family Heirlooms, against Fire Theft loss.

Furthermore, it filters out dirt, freshens the : conditioning See your el"cl.lC and recommendations received needed, is in addition: to the I beautification areas; picnic,

air, fmovos excess moisture Ktops Florida $ air co"Jlioning; contractor o. or since the Intentions to present "rescal" program for I camping, and wilderness areas; Home Owned Home Operated
families happier, more comfortablo.: helps 'cpplanceddatertoday.; plant] report was !Issued showIng commodities under CCC loans i children's playgrounds, football' -
: farmers may not' plant as and stored on farms. In either, fields. baseball. and softball
6 much acreage to feed grainsas Instance CCC would pay storage -I diamonds, golf courses; tennis, I The
There's: no Z match for flamebss electric... ...a clean break with tha post had pievlouslp been anticipated costs during any loan extension -, badminton and basketball I Community State BankOF

'-'. Recent reports en crops period. courts, and swimming pools. 1
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY and moisture conditions, far In making the announce- The final Greenspan project I!II STARKE
I Intentions, and the said, "Now for ,
HUfl'tQ tUILO ILO."DIt/ mers' planting ment Secretary was approved tho Village
stock of grain on rums Indicated 'that surpluses of wheat and of Newark, NY, In. May of MEMBER F. D. I. C.
that feed grain production feed grains have been, eliminated I I960 to buy 30 acres of crop- ,
-_'" will be adequate to meet supplies of these commoditIes -
anticipated neeis:! Feed grain must be assured at levels -
stocks are larger than some necessary to meet domesticand

_ _m\M_}\ \( ) % _BULDIffG) SUPPLY) ) Y OF STARKE, FLA. quate the safeguard same export carryovers in time needs the emergencies.however event plus for of,!added"farm ade-unforeseeable At- ISTAlttSHIO If04Bodcodfzb Mother's S Day Specials S !

prices must be protected .
CHEKKV AND WELDON STS. PHONE 9G 1-6078 McArthur said that the announcement .
concerning con-, _ S WORK, SAVING /

! program tinuation the additional of diversion'the feed provisionsand operating' grain 5- NJ I cD F I GlEE j APPI.8ANCIS

CASHspreIAISi authority of the 1967 price .
support programs should helpto -; --- -- at money saving prices
maintain fair prices to farmers -
under circumstances
I i '1i'f''''''" E ,"""',, .. .."""""' : !!,, !! "" "" ="Sm F"'" "' where production could other

wise exceed utilization and a

' reasonable carryover yll1

roS. !FrnJTniLw1 Three InductedBy + d
l y Y ; rice -? i il.w
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Local Board w rL rI'F L F frgtr- ifVt t 'i'ijads

30"x96"! SHEETS TWIN I'ALi1SINT.: EXT. Two VolunteerThree !
390 SQ. FT. Latex Gal. $2G9' men left Wednesday:
I *t FLAT BARS for Induction Into the armed ?
forrm fiom Selective'= Service,
RANDOM SIZES Hi Gloss Outside House meal, Hoard 18, serving Brad. I
Paint Our Finest ford anti ITp'on Counties.
SQ. FTGARDEN Two of tho three were volunteers -
Mildew Resistant:
250 :
REINF. ROLLS \ Domoj Davis Johnson.Jr. ,

Kejr. $7,20tl.:/ : (;al. ,. and Wayne Jerome Smith .
$6,1-1 Tho third, man was George so.
I Rainbird Sprinklers *>tl % OFF Hay Williams who was transferred ..',

AuJPv Porch and Deck EnjimelKeg. I here; from his local D0W11 $$10 THIN WAIL 12CU. FT. FREEZER
I bo'ird(' at Lake City. I
SPECIALS 50' Water Hose (; d. Super Store 22 Miner frost rate DOWN HOLDS 43S POUNDS
| ea. $2 95 $6.53 The Iwe.Inrlllt'tlon call for
S.A8 Mnv will mhe-liile:! ten men for f.EFRIGERATOR-FREEZER[ 22 CD ft if Itirtfl timiiMCI. 7" b 1 III Prim
nirnrtl forrei, physical examln- FREEZER REFRIGERATOR Nil 141 en ft. Capacity Nivir Frist .. tl rn t $19995 1
at'on' prorrHiIng1 on. May 18 Auta e.NtKt
HIM 307 Ib Capacity Adlnt.bl.Sh.I' REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER S Y.lf r
ROOFING'SHEETRQCK in determine their acceptable lea Stvar Couarad Maat Contalnar, /I ." W.natr .v.n lassorcalnrrapo
JOHNS-MflNVILLE : / : alb, 152 lb. Capacity 4Yur
a:Htim foi service Gllda!5..,..'r out roodStoraga Baikal Dairy' Kaapar i f...... $ 5 9 95 rrtltctiM flia. with trade
4'x8' SHEETS i All registered are Warranty Handldar Storafa .Ii.. ,...... Shalf and Swin,- 2
persons ,, ..
1 Yaar Protaction Plan) food Irc.hnr Plata .. Out Baikal
1 1" INT. IJD. im'ltcd l to call at the local Shalvat, I IS6
] Bit Rafrlxarator with trade
$2.99 235! HEAVY STRIP SHINGLES Square $7.79 Twin Porcala Crlap..r.
i hound. 1 office 4I4O W. Madison l' 9 5 r .
Daap Mandldor Sloraga .
SHEET St, I Starke Plaza), for In for- '" W..k $4 9 9 .r'I'
90! ROLL ROOFING Roll $3.39 oration regarding their aelcctive :- With trade

IS! AND 3022 FELT -Roll $2.28 I pertaining to enlistmentIn
any branch of service. Office -
hours are Monday through _.
Friday 8:30: am. to 0 p-m.
NEW LUMBER Closed Saturdays. rFA

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JOIINSMANVILLEFIBERGLASS Treated Pine 21'jt" BASE gc 'LF from clerk, all states branches that of recruiters service ..

call at her office each week to

Reg. Yellow Pine 2x2 FIR LF Interview persons regarding
REINFORCED 91/2c enlistment Young ladles desir-

ing information regarding enlistment -
SHEETROCK Check with us for all your (All Mol.linif Available) are encouraged to I
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Builders needs and Save Money and a trained career gained -
by enlisting In some branchof
the armed forces. :

,: ,PLASTIC:J PIPE I: COMMON NAILS TilE way you RIGHT write.POINT Come for In and the IIII'I I II,' Nlli 1 111DOWN ir'oJiORIG: : Er ", .

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s$"x100''Roll $*3>..35l"xlOO llri| Turquoise Blue: Green ..... REFRIGERATOR'FREEZER REFRIGERATOR FREHER 1J"d a.IKtp.lKn/.f, $ ;
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eta too Ib. Capacity ',.., Yr wan" trade
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Reg. Twin Porcelain Crlipar with trade } \ With. trade ;4.
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TUB <'tflI I IT OURT( OF Ifnu.ime., th,, dusrrlptlnn, of t I.e (ho! (',","nty ul IJlildfoid. >l1..t,Ii No. \\o'lW'rlption Amount of Taxi, ,,, No. IN-Ncrlpllou Amount of. Taxes
Amount of Taxi No. U.'It'rlption
THTC 1,101,11'111/ DK'IAL CJHCT1T niopeitv.I 'itnd thenainn I i ot 1'Florida.
"h of lund S T R A Owner and ( o.t") of Iiiiul :14 T It A lund S T U A Owner' and Costs
.i 1- 1 1'I1ITA.1 < TV AND' 0 i it was u Hciju cd 1 ,ue in l I'nl"HH curb >>"11 tiric<'iito or i'crtlfh Owner and Com of

KOJR TtUADFORD ;NTY "llou HOrllfliHto: ,',irtc* shall' hu null'mined, ao.

01 ni.ji; TO) /unow CAUVJJ) No.: |q Year oft IsDescription cording, to law th. property described ln--Loin 1 A 2 of 1012-Com nt NW 156J-10 H Ft of

BOA1.I1 Oi" i l'l 1 ULN-/ INSTRUCTION : ,rnunce j4O In stub certificate ocertificates Ilk 14 & fAt 1 of Cur of SW14 of Lot 1 of Blk K ICX

O&l< BRADFORD COUNFZ'I4)Rflt of Property NEt will bo Hold to the Ulk 19 In N Reno NWtt. run M 8S6' '8" 10 Ft D) 84 Ft
of NW14 of WH ISX 1 1. A I In
highest bidder at the. oourhoimo B/1J A 0 Jenkins 7.oa for FOn 13 '72', H of Lot Between
8W POH 1JX I A In NW eDit '
Petitioner, door on tho first. Monda- 1816-u.t 1 of Blk 181'. W 78', N 1112'for Elks B A d' In N
210' SQ EX S A In NK: COK. Slil: Junnlta W Farnsworth
vs.THE .STATE.; OF FLORIDA 2rn2a.Nam: the In niontt 6th day of June.of Junn 1967, 1967 which I I,. 16 In N Reno 8/D Ida. May Tyson I.-T POU 81 I II Ceoll El Leach 24..88 I J Jones 0/0 Marry Anthony UN

In which aasesHud Joe 1621 3022-Lot 3 of SIlk
i>t 1)) -Lot 7 of Elk
of of
rated this 19th clay April 3638-W 56 Ft
Respondents Jenkins NotAll 1* In N Reno HID Marl JO8%.* 1.71 I of White Ac-res
1I> 7 8 A W 38 Ft
o f said being i It SID Warren W Winkler 63.!" Lot
the County 0 froT..rty Stator (SAL) 9B22-Lots 3. 4 of of NV of Lot 9
) 'run aiavisRAL PROPKflTV Florida.. Charles A. Darby Klk 19 In N Reno 8086-W 18 Ft of 13 of Blk 19 In Temples -

OWN'(1UI.: TAXPAYEHst Clerk of Circuit: of Cour SIP Prances Jenkins ".82! 60Ft of Lotn 6 Add J A Bell n.34Olsan
CITI3I3M- A.n< OTHFHSHAVING 1nlcss sin h certificate or certlfltates &OofBlkl? In
of Dmdfortl,' County Florida.
I shall be redeemed no 2031-Lots o. 6 of S704-Lot I of Blk SIn
OHUAIMINO( ; ANY OrlgTown of .
4t 6/21

TO In such certificate oicertificates t' SID Sarah F Jenkins ..82! Div M ,Dowling3707Lots 5.70n
] >11" r\ run; )PltOI'I IITY Lot S of nik ( ,
JIM' AKTOXTKn: HY TUB ISsi will be sold to the otlctt Of Aliltlleiitlon For 2627-Lot S of Blk V S A 7 of -

'*NCB HYIN BOMIU OF highest bidder at the courlhi'tj 'I'n" llrril. 20 In N Reno MID Bally P William 87.81 26 In Orln Town Elk 2 In Dowllng
: door the first Monday If.. of Stnrlie Minnie Q Qttlgley" 111" J Donvllnff
a on "e<>. I 111.' F. ti. ) 8.04
OF' /
PU.Bl.iIC (ISIITIUH'TTON: In "month of .1 tine, tlti7 whIch lithe Notice Is hereby given thai 26113_Lot 3, 4 of 3120-K Mi of TAt 1

BRADFORD COl'NlFlA>K1DA -. eth day of June, 1967TMUoa Mr. Carl Horton the holder ol Elk i in anhagan Lots 8, t, 7, of 3708-Blk 3 0 BIX 1
OF 1300000) CERTIPICATT4 I this 18th day. of April the followlnrr certificates hall S/D' Ex n/\V 'VIlU. Flttman Jr. I.Ot< Ulk 28 I In Orlir \ Lot In NW Cor
OF '
INTOinTOIJMOHHSERrCS 1:1'.7:I' certificate. for ala. \ 100' N A 8 by
filed saId : 2581-Lot 5. 22 of Blk Town at Stark
HRIN.\I"'I I !TlMonn
PARTICULARLY 1007 HJ m'''- (SJJ.AL; ) deed. to be Issued thereon. Thisortlflcn I In Oahagan Ex H/W Shell< OH} Co. 78,88 62(4'( H A W InDo Marian IT Long4200
: CUailes. A DarbY. number and ol f 11.U2654rot wll n SID
C1UBED; OIL TO I KM ,." 10'1':1'1"HD ': year Robert L.. H1II8--Com on B
6 7 A.
ilerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Issuance, the description of thiproperty : 873,9-Lot* 5. ,
IN ANY WAY THJSUliUY.Tho ; 8 of one 1 Side of Call St J U
County, Florida. and the names Ir In ( 8 of Bile 4 William. C Johnson 40.80
atati' of Florida. throughthe dnhagan !lID where It Int K

State. Attorney. nf the Kltthth 5/4 4t 6136llce which follows:ItV.... asseHc'il. are .ai Ex n/W ,Robert Lee 4.03: Side of Court St A 3763 Alvares-Lots Add 3. .4. 6, 8

Judicial. Clriult of uIdStite: and Cirtlflintv No. 173. Year of Issuance 26511-Lot 8 nf Blk 1 run 19 9S 3/4 Ft A: Fracl Lot A Ft

the evernl, property ownerH, > Of Apullintlun. Par 1965Iloserlption In Uuhngan BIDE for A Poll then of Blk 36 In J M
taxpayer oltlsons) and o4her Turn l eeilHec. Lot 71 ,. ll/W Aaron Homy 26.81 run H HI Ft H Johns Add. Annett L Tucker

having or claiming any rlifht 10....., F. ". at Property 20 H Stewart 6116
tltlo or Interest In property to Nell.Ia l hereby given that A 79, on Cypress of Crystal Lake 25(17( -Jvot 3 of Blk 1,76 W t'Fft-6: 23 8 23 W A Bussent Jr. GUS
Mr. Curl llnrton the holder ol Hometiltes 2 in Ouhnttan S/)) :Levy 8797-Lot* 1, 2, 11,
be affected by the Issuance by 3 IB II-1 Lot helnir
tire Hoard ,of Public Instructionof the following certificates hal Name In which assessed John 2590-Ix>t 16 *: 5/i!, that Port Lying 12 of Blk 4 1-A
Bradford Co-unty. Florida of filed said certificates for a tin n' Hutterson. or Lot 17 of Elk V / a* Desc DB IS FirIU
Klk 31 In
H of
1500,001)( Certificates of Indebtedness. deed to be Issued thereon The. All of said property being In 3 In Uahagan SID *' Willis QreeitS3 28.79 Orls Town of A Erfl'3> ao'C 3. Powell Eat
and ol th,, County of Bradford State ol In City lark:
certificate. numbers
harelnufter 3023 lire Mary
Series 11167 -That Port of SCathe Kx, N 285' /
the .
Issuance, thn descrlptlcm. of FloridaTnlnss
more pertkulnrly described or End 13] & 8 by Luup 5412
nnd the nemes In ( such certificate or certificates N nbC nn n slain:
to be affeotcd In any way thereby I which It wan. asseiised are ai shiill be redeemed ..c. A N 050- on WSldn KM W by Thompson 8820-21-.Com at NT]

are hereby required to appear follows law the property described of NW14. ort Ht nc In of SHVl of
: carding ltfs 'or
before. the. Circuit Court of Certificate No. 82. Year of Issuance In such, certificate 01 It Hd or Bk J L Andrews I.E NE7.8 runV

Bradford County, Florida In the 1906Description. certificates will be sold to thhlKhoHt 11.rIJI 1260' 0 22 II Aaron Itolley 19.11! 3214-Com at SR 100'. S 15'. W 50'

Eighth! Judicial Circuit of auld of property 1 Lot\ bidder at the courthouse 2043-1 Lot In NW<4 Cor of Call. A ,for A 1'OD then

fttate. at the Court House In 1001"rNkit by200I'rE&\c door on the first. Monday of s\v"' /i Com at OrangeSis A run S 100' W 60',

Srarke. Florida. on he 17th dny. In NW COR of Lot 20 In t.awtey. In month of June, 1967 which It NW ( nr of SW'i run I Id ISHMi Ft Q 50' to

of May 11167 at 10:00 o'clock 1 H I of nY SEC the 11th day of June 111(17( of HWVi &rnnN Von 8 lOll Ft W mFt r.oJOO' 19 t ti J.W Alvares 4013

AZ!!.. and show cause why the Name In' which assessed Mrs Pitted' this 18th day of April, SVj I Sec 740 Ftr. to St then N 3831-A Beg 15' W

prayersi. of the petition flied In W. .1. ChandlerAll I 1967 : 600 Ft fr POll to Beg3316 28 8 22 Mrs. D! J Dublin, if 61.9: A 119'- N of PI-)
should not :
the above proceeding Ir
of said. property being (SEAL) then S 100 Ft 13' --Com At NF' Cor of W',4!, of Mil
and the Certificates
be granted, the County of Bradford State ol Charles A. Darby 60 Ft N 100<< Ft Cor of Madison. A : H of 8I3U nt NCI
at Indebtedness, Series 111n.I) Florida of Circuit Court. of Bradford 'o1') 23 6 22 ,1 Clmrlty Tucker nt AI 8.08
Clerk W 60 Ft to Orange Sill A run H. N 00'. W 10Ort.
therein described and the proceeding's certificates
Unhss. such lertlflcnte or County Florida. W! 74 Ft N 106 n 10Beg toi
Tnm B 6u',
Heir lit
heretofore thereof had 'author validated shall be redeemed, according G4t ||jOTICK ( 2645 Hall,- St In Nat Ft W 00 Ft to St 19 6 El J Gordon, Wager. 7.33
ising the Issuance described '
to law. the property
Bald Certificate William S/D run then 8 to Beg Ex Lot 5 of SIlk 1

and confirmed certificate 01ertlflcates 8000-
In such V 46.7'' 27.S3
of Indebtedness Series will be sold to th> \ TO C'IU1UI'rOllitFIOIlIl 13: on Cooper Or ll/W 28. 113 M.ry PeNitent In Butler Crt 8/D Elmer Thomas
1987 bolni dated March 1. 1987 highest bidder at the court-houst' ) ,,'r.\'I'. 1l's. 200. S to Piter- 8222-Lot* 3, 4 of V 8911-1 Lot being

bearing Interest at a rate or door the first Monday I In In The ('...rt Of The ( ounljJnilKP. :, son St 100', then 111 It L Hx TM In H4' N A S by 110'

rato. not exceedingntx per cen month on of June 1967 whlih In the ." llnulforil. County, "l-'lnrliln on Petermin St W 23 8 S3 Tom &: Llgzlo Hall 8,36 J I> Jones Add I II Admit, Jr. 1t!: AI 817 HAW Bnd N by
100') to
turn ((0% ) per annum payable 6th cluv. of June 1067 In I'rc.hnte. P 100'. N 3227-Own .at NW Lot 1. 'H" by Lot 2,

Heml-annually, agirrefrnttnir the ated this Uth day of April In He: Instate of Jennie -Lot 9 nf Bite Cot of Call A Bay W by Lot 4 n: Thomas 4].60tloneph
principal amount of $500,000, being 19(17.( Kerey. also known as Jennie 1 of Nat. WilliamsSD 1.38 His run N 216 6S 1 Butler I tl'tmk: Norman

In the denomination of 95.000 (SISAL: ) Kersey. DeceasedTo Jo. Harmon Ft.V 11214 Ft 3916-W 100' of Lot
each and maturing In annual' In- A. "arhJr All Creditors and PerllonaHaving for loon N
Chnrles DemandiAgainst 2660-Lot* 7 & 10 nfBlk run I of ilk 12 In
tnllment In tne years 1971 to Clerk of the Circuit I Court ol Claims. or 2 Nat Williams 91.81 Pt, Wly Cluskln Add Lot 1

1996 Inclusive, a more complete Bradford County Florida. Said. Estate. : SID Waybills 13 Roberts 8.48 155.77 fI't. Sly 78 loinxi 100' U A: W
description of which Bald Certificates 6/4 4t 52E| You and each of you art rrniy us Ft to & a N Leclalr I 18.60Mr
: 210' N
tpresont 2066 Lots 19 A 22 by
required :
notified .and
Series hereby
of Indebtedness I'OB W J Studstlll 7381
28 23a \
demand, of Blk 3 NatWilliams \ Lot 8 't V ', .
In the any claims and 8926-SWU of
contained petition
Is SID k.04
1967 Notice. Apnllcntlon' Fop which you or either of you may Will! Molt Walker 32411-Com at NH Jilk 12 OaBklnn
herein Tat Steed of Jennie Cur of Broadway *. N B Roller 43.96BrlnsonW
Done and ordered at Btarlie have against the estate 2 104.III. I-. M. A. Cr. Ftc N
Sea run
Florida, this 26th day. or April thatMr. F. Kersey also known 01 2 of Nat Williams .'V. U2".A--C"tn st Pt ,
hereby given lOG E .
Notice In ol Ft 6214Ft
deceased lute. 8.38
holder ol Jennie Ker ey, SID W V Henderson where 8 K/W
1907.Oeo < Carl Harton the .said. 1 County, to> the County S lOB t Ft.V VI Euclid St Int
Line ,
PattonJudge .
I 2070 26 Blk
certificates halO: -Lot of ; 61.SiRntfie
followIng 02 Ft to Poll U B3' jVlvurei
the M M
Florida Komnn
of the. Circuit Court certlflcnteo. for a tadtied > Judge" of Bradford County, 2 In Nat Williams I t H i; It/W Lin. Alton i- % I
of the Eighth Judicial fa- fIled hI. Issued thereon. Thcertificate at his office In (the courthouse SID Levy !. nnon 22.0 3281Pom at Tnterof ? IM 8 89' 1-3 A:

cult of Florida In and fui to and ol of paid County at Btarke, Nly Bndry of Par S H/W LineKwlld
numbers six calendai 2677-Com at SW Cr St & 13 .
Bradford County., of the Florida, Bndry St 159', ParK
Issuance the description the 'or o.f NW'4 of .' ,
time of .J.i-
4-27 it 111NOTIC'A Ir months from the of l'htn. St run H/W Alton, ltd
property and the names noticeTwo 8W'4 & run n on
ai. first publication of this Nly 190' for Poll. tOo S R/W of WI1 !-
which It was aaseswd are copies of each claim or demand l500' Line 7110 11 100'( N 75'V rllil 1 St, W on H

of 1'rA"TIO'll, Th follows: of Issimnce shall be In writing, and Ft for POll thenN 100'', 8 7G' to' Dog J8 8 22 'ValkerS..nder. H/W oC Euclid St

n"1Ulto'I'NU 'I1TI'IOUII NAME Certificate. No. 69. Year shall. state. the place of residenceand 300 Ft B' 10(1Ft ( 53.3. to I'OB _1,f 1JJ6
Notice Is hereby ulven that 1968. office .adilress, of the 300 Ft W r a,.. .. ," .
NEW I post : Lcnnon 83 3287 1 Lot Approx 2504 91) A
the undorsle-ned under the pro- p..rlpllon. of Property and shall be sworn toby 100 t to Poll 22 6 22 Mary V 41(11-Tlfg
14 T-5- claimant 141 Ft K A WbyIOSlt'bN&S 140' S of NW Cor
visions of Chapter 20.95J LAWS of NKV of NW4? his anert or at SWCnr
the claimant. 2SRO-Bi'K V1inrnieled
or Florida Acts of 1IM1 ; willTeIPfter W, R-2J-U and anompanlud' by .nflllnHT of NW',4' of of SllVi! of RKH,
with the Clerk of the Name In which .assessed J attorney and 1 MH'h K by Rv t oont S nn Ht ItW12U'
Circuit Cuurt In und for Bradford Ellis: Bryant fee of one dollar filed 8WH A run 10 N by Duncan Land. ( H 9547', N

County. Florida upon receipt All of said property being In claim or demand not so along H 8ce Line W bv lOnnls A S 120', W 940V toPOU

of proof of iinl.llca.lloa. or the County of Bradford State of shall be void Silo I"t for POB. N by Mlddleton 28 0 22 1\Ire. N N Norton 12.01 A n H/W of
John F. Kersey 200( Ft. B 60 Ft 10.64
111I| 29 6 23 Theron Boyer
otlce fa tltlr name 8218 Lot, 1 I. St
this t'" < im Florida. of. the relateof 8 200) Ft to 4 Sen 4 of
of Jack'. Rastaurp under Unless such certificate or As P. Kersey ala known 1lnoV along >4 .11l1c5 lnt.T& .. -. .. __ __ 'V 4100-Beg 2504..' Cof _

which 1 am engaged In business lerttflcates snail be redeemed I Jennie Jennie Kersey deceased. Sec' Line 60 Ft to Co* sIn Ex R/W Saul. Hankerson 8.88 N\V Cor of WI >tH.I.I '_

on U. 8. 801 South Starke, Fla. according to law the property a* publication May 4, 1967 Poll 23 0 23 Le, Lcnnon 9.11 3303-Lots I A 3 of HISVI of RHH, runS

James it hurnest.: RFD dnsci''ll,.'d In such. certificate or First 1 514\ 4t 62GI. Ulk 7 In L '(' A on n R/W of st '
:Hampton lorldu, Hole. owner. certificates will he sold to the I19.A-C'om;; at SW 140', 13 94.05', N

Dated. .this. 14t.lv day of API,'I 11 highest bidder at the court house Clr77i"..iirt Of Tin Cor of "'V'J' of SW 1 COlt 8/U Kx H/W Mack Lana '1,05 144 84' to W Lin* ,-V"".

1967 at tarke, Bradford! County dnor on the 'first Monday In .. The Of Florida 1/4 of 8\VM. n3'l 3320-Lot 3, 4 of of 813H' of 8ICU' ,

Florida. month of June 1967 which lathe MKhlh: ..".....Inl ('Inult Count. !).4V to- Old llrt Ulk 13 In L T ACos : W on Line 84.64' q' .,- ".".;, V,

4-20 tch.s o-ll Bth day of June, 1967. In And for I1r.dl..d l N 11)1) 76'. K 620.65' SID Zllottetltarmprt. 8.Sa to PUB 19 6 82" .,w'-pavl.; 6818

Dated this 18th day. of April' ..'Harry'w.72 Plaintiff to I>OB coOt H 3321-Lot I of Elk 4170-01.11' 2504' Titi

IN covrTiiHe'" colirT. Taylor. 100', S 9175', W 15 In ItT V
19'!)' i.SEAL. A\ Call 410' 8 of NW .
IN AID loll ini.Aiii-'oiti) VII 100'( N OJ: .76' to SID 4. 'I. I5I
('OLCT: FLOIOII.tIn ( ) Charles. A. Darby. Mary Ann Tavlor Defendant, POU 22 8 23 Muse CovtnutOir. 8.112 11,1Jlarmon\. I.H Cor, of SKVi. of IInJ
NOTICE OF SUIT 8321-W 83' of Lots %. E 97.21', S
re: Estate of Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 28--CnJn!'( at NW 75'V 98.OH' N V V >
TO: MAHV ANN TAYLOR ., ... ,3 A 4 of Blk 16 '-"'
1'B.; Florida. ("nr of SW U or.'t/It. "11: .11 I
County Oorskl Street Buffalo. in L T &: Cos B/l 76' to Beg 29 6 22 Owen H Alvares. Jr. 3513
TRUDY BAXTHR! PIN IIQL- 814 H 621Notice 40 SWM' &: run H Cirri Coleman &.1'
STBR deceased New Yolk 620 Ft for a POD 3329-n 38 Ft of \ 4223-Com. at SW
ricl4 'cu4Z1 CF1KI>|TOHS You are hereby notified then run H 100( Kt Lot 4 Of tub 15A 'or of 1315% ofHfcl'4

creditors of tho estnto 01 \ Of' Apiilliullon For an action for divorce has been I 13 60 Ft N 100 Ft n 88 Ft of Lot run N 400'to
1'"* llreriHer. filed against you and you are Mid statS lOomedInc. S A 4 of Ink 16 In POM. Ely 1 648'
T. J3. Plnholstei, deceased are W 60 Ft to pun 33 6 22
.. !t8.
'u. of '
Pt 190'! N of
hereby notified and required to rminlriMl to serve a copy 11.9 L T A: Cos SID to 4
Notice I III hereby given that written defenses I If any to It MnolC Common J", Sec Line. N 94.5' ......
file claims demands V
anv or .
holder of NW JoJat 83.14I'f
Mr Carl Harton the Attorney for 2007-Com at I to 91V Hayes r
which they may have against on Kugene F Shaw IS30: -Lot I of Blk V ,
the ,following certificates has whose address 1 Is 12J ('or of SWH' .'fS'IV'I 8/D Wely' 637' to '
Held estate In the office of thecounty ,plaintiff. A N 5'
tax of Lot 4
riloil said certificate" for a SouthVolnut Street. Starko, run S 160 H Sec Line, S ,
Judge of Bradford County thereon The for A rOB Klk 17 A s 20' of '
be Issued original Ft
deed to
.antI, file the 13.8' POll 82 8 S3 .Ida nrewlngtonOrlfflnsr.
FlorIda In tho courthouse ortirk-iito. numbers, and year. of }Florida of the above then run n] 200 Ft Lot 4 Klk18!I' In t,:,.*. 10.50

at Starke, Florida. withIn six ssuance, the description. of the with the Clerk or before Jane. 8 50 I"tV 200 Ft V V L '1'' & Go's SIb :t:1I..bHb:: .. aivcns 921 ;

calendar month. from !the date property, and the name. In .tvled Court on Judgmentmay N 60 Kt to POBEX 1331-A-N 80' of \V 42.13-Cum at SH'
of this G 1. 1967 otherwise a nalelll'! Cox 7.82 Cor of SF.!%. N 44dogrhrea
of the first publication which It was assessed are as fol- be entered against you for KWZflqiCom 23 6 22 ) H of Lot I A: WH ,
W 58.02'fflr
notice. Each claim or demaTid ll1wal: [ dwnanded In the com"wiinsss ) nt NW of Lot I of Ulk
must be In wrItIng IIn.1 must Cortlflcate No. 66 Year. of IsItlance tie rot of SWtof 18 In L T A Co's FOR N Hole
tate the place of residence. and I''' seal. gree.. W 671.OS*' to
1905Ascription the
and a 210
hand SWV A run : S/D Aaron) H Holley 768 '
post offIce- address of the claimant of Property 1 Lot In I U07. R 100 Ft forA f ; Hwy H/Wk NFIly
May Ft
and must be sworn to by jB: Cor of WV4 of SB: 14. of NW 4 jf nld, 1 Court on POIl run S 100' 1312-N SO Ft of on R/W k72.sii',

th..ol..lman1.. his agent'' or his or' BW'A 210' 13 & W by 827' N ''SI5AICharle.) Harby Ft. M 269 Ft.ol Lot .4 of \Klk 18 I 3 311.5', 'a" 821.85.
., R-22-13 (1H A. T A Cos8D to lleg Ex, H/W 31' 6 32 D ti Thomas. 16608
attorney, or It will becoma void I S1SC: 28 T-5-22 Of Said. CnurtCK ) 259 Ft In L
According to< law.. .,terMs) A. Clerk A. Darby Clerk ::l)1r0t1tV' 23 8 22 IJnnte Tyson Ct AI O.U Jak" Orlffln.Tnrnes 1683 4343-Lot* 5 thru

April 14th 1967. Name In which'" assessed TEN By Charles 5.4 4t 1\.21\\ 1700: -Com at NW V I. 343-Illks 21 A 2A : HI' of Blk 5 In 13W I

(C/" Zedra. Hamilton .Ml' nf mild,' property being. InNO'I ('nr of 8WV1 of In L T A: Cos H/U Wlllla Hayes HID A i {
Administrator rnia testament'onnexo '" V Randolph 3.74 Kty of Magnolia. J
of the Estate of T. HPlnholster l[ : HWIII, run H 310 Ht AdJ IK: H/W ''D L Thomas 1236
lands Ft R 3G9!) Ft for 347-K CIV of Lot 2 ;
deceased Notice la hereby given tha the following: described A IOB then run of Blk ShaLTACoeSIt 1265 HK'4 F.J'J ..
First publication of April 2" of sw< .....
the 4080 ,
auction a.t 12:00 o'clock noon, on N no Ft la 110 Ft ATX'aul.
1887. vlll be sold at public Ft W 110 A I lOx Par Peso In I

4-20 4t 5-11 ind day of June A.D. 1967, at the City Hall City of Starke Kt H 100 to POB 23 6 23 Marl. Jone* I3ft1-Lot. 8. 4 of or Ilk 2.1-241 8] 6 23 10 Victoria McFashlon 5.12
nik 28 In L. T.
bounty of Bradford., State of F orlda to pay the amount due a/a Jennie. Itandolph A Co. B/D: A '1' Paul 1506 1279-NWI4 of NW
tN THE CIRCtTTT COURT OF all "t.! : Pier
together with 704 Cem nt NW H 'fS933 Kx
the name -
F1X1RIDA KKUITIT Jt'DK"IALCIRCUIT for taxes herein set opposite/ Cor of SWV of 163-r: i of Blk 29 Hold A Ex lx>tDesc .

IV: AND FOR URAU oats of such sale and advertliio. In6'. IIWrun< U 610 .. In L T A Cite S/li> M H Roberts 28.16 or Bk 20 pg .

FORD COUNTY.C1V11. / Ft. 8 110 Ft for 186-W H of Blk fU' A 13X It/W A

ACTION NO. SB Description Amount of Taxes I'OB I'll nV 60Kt 29 of L T A: Co. Kx Par Deso or .

CI.UU..JmI'RE ISP tittf..Jit of land STI3 A Owner and Costs 8 100 Ft. II 60 \ '9e sIn Ill :K t:: Robert 2012 Ilk 2J 281Bk 23" .'Victoria McFaihlon
23 2S1 83 6
V. i.7Su 100 Ft to 22'' Hartley 838 I 167-a 60 Ft of 11'M"
Jt l
WNA SERMOV REED 23 8 ( Ixit 4 of Talk 81 .
DefendantNOTICE !324-Lot 3 In Green Thomas I Mersereau 67.83 M7-8 SA of F.H In L. T. A Con. S/I> Frank L Williams 298-:NR'i of m\ I
Acres Annex 14 o-f 1'11'' :'. F... Par
OF 1.1STi'O !335-Com at SR of NRH of SW14 V Kt Al &.12 Sold lx R/W AHx

1028: East DINNA Grant SERMON Street. REED, Cot of 8KW. >fNWM ofSW In SB Cor U ExLot 100' N I IIt 1375-Tot. 1. 4 nf ;, Par, Peso or

ElIzabeth New Jersey. \ & runV 60 E A IllkSTlnL..T. &: Dk 22 Plf 386 13 6 2k 4 Bertha Greenest

YorJAI1E, }1FEERYN0Th 394 Ft" N 180 Ft W S by : 23 6 22 3 Annie Randolph 7.CO CoN 8/D' .A 0 JenkIns 41.06 cia Joule Brown 9.34

PIED that An action of divorce E: 297 Ft N 3J5 3318-I..ta 2, 3 of 103-Com at NRCor
ha. been filed agaInst you Ft E 97 Ft S 606 71S-1 Lot In SF3 Klk 37 A All Blk3K of NWH of

in the above-styled Court and Ft to POU Ex W 2 (1'S Bradley Mrs. Cur of 8\vi I nii of Nil Cx Lots 3 A 4 8K'/i; run W 420
21 8 22 \ of bolnir
you are required to nervecopy a 226 tint.: 34.26 % In Li T A Cue S/I> A 0 Jenkins 2930 Ft 8 115 Ft rorJ'OO.
KidN & S 60'n
of your written defer.' : : 22 6 22 Mid State. Homes", 171-B-Lots 1 and W 64 Ft. 8
If James L. Tomllnsonof Ft N ; &: w
on 420
any 2377- Ino. 116 3 of Blk 40' In L A: 105 Ft. R 39 Ft toW
HcrugKK Carmlc-hael & Tom- from SU I 'or of H/W of Hd 200.
T Cos S/D> CarrIe.
llnnan< .whose address I. Post SW% of SW14! & %780-n: SA of S4 : Small ".30 N Along W H/W

Office Drawer C. Gainesville.Florida \ run W 116 Ft N of SH'4 of $\V>4 H71-Lots 8. 4 or 183.4 Ft. W 116

and file the original 60 Ft E ItS Pta: of 8W4 23 6 23 8 C A Crum8839.ACDm 414 Silk 4') In L. T. A Ft to POB 31 6 S3 % L Anne Hume. 834
with the clerk of the above 21 6 M Josephine Bllorson ill Cos SID Lilly"
50 Ft to POB at NFl A Lonnle Jackson 391-W lOP of NH 1

styled renrt on or before: 22 1380-Lot 1. 2 of Hlk Cor of NE14. of V HIcks Of sror, \. NKVi '% ', ''I

May, 19 7 ; be otherwise entered a against,Judgment I In Sunny Acres NWV4\ run Wly c/o Llllle A Sam Hicks 6.13 Ex H/W A Kx; ,I'

fqr may the relief demandedin SID Samuel Welch 8 02 210* to 1'011. cont 111-Lots 2, 8 of V Par In NW Corao'

you the complaint or petition.WITNEHH 1389-Ixit 10 of Blkt W 1 6'!11', 364.11''" HJ lllk 41 In L. T. A: S'l| 83 6 33 H L Hartley 8.14
617'. N 364 8' to Cos 8/D Mae Frances Jenkins 89.62 (
hand seal 194-2-4-Lot of
and AcresaIt 3
of V said Court my on this 17th day : In Bunny Carrie. Welch 1156 POU 27 8 23 S Wallace ... Kuhn 3666 188-K' en Ft nf Silk 4 South date 'f" .. "

of April A. D 1967 394 Ixit 23 Elk 860-W 3/4 of NW Lot I nf nik 44 Replat Arthur B Patray 49.96

CLERK OF TUB SAID COURT Acres t V of SW1' Ex.II'nt In, L T A. Cos S/D A 0 Jenkins 296 4103.A-Lot. 12. 13
:1 In
Sunny 24.OJrlateway V
C'HARLJflS! A. UAH.HVBy Ethel Young ]\,'. Manor
SID |12-N'4' of Blk 45 of lllk 4 In South
Beulah M. Moody and Hx, B a.1i'
3UI.A-NW'4 of SID In L T A Cos 8/D Mas Frances Jenkins 51.12Sollle date I Replat Kx
Deputy Clerk ( on N A: Ex K :1 t
4/20 Rlk 2 H of Rg 2 103-Lot* 2 of StIlt 411' of Lot 13
4t -U. 390.01 on S 27 6 23 24 Mrs. W A BessentKst 4
-- W ..% NE% of Elk : 3463 41 In L T A. Cos Elk 4 Albert A Lan..champ.Jr. ,

J/N/ coriTv ji'iinn'N' rntnT.If 2 H of n.... 3 Wot 852-Lot* 1 and 3 SIP' Williams. 22.44 406 Lot 6 of Blk 11.40
Mill\ -
AMI> KOH Illl illVIcoi'vrr ) Temples 22 Industries of Blk 1 A Lots 3 164-Lot II of BlkIS 5 South .
nt (
21 6 Gate8D
!! FI.OHIUA SID Ino &16.66 of Elk 3 In Bes- In L T. A: Cos

In'.ret, Estate. orT sent Manor Unit 1 W A Bessent Est. 25.80 Add I Bill Klondes 28.70Ernest tsn errell Dee 24.43
B I'INH'U.oH'rER allcla I IH7-A-Beg D3 X 425--Beg st NW
Of SW Cor of NH 92*-1 Lot being 34 IS8-WH of Lots 1. Cot of SWVi ofNKH \

TRUBY. deceasedNOTUH BAXTJBR8TKR. PJNHOL- '/t of 8W 4 E 100', 132,6 Ft N A: S by 2 of Block 24 being A run H';

ml.-. PKOHiTF) N 100', W 100', 8 34 60 Ft U A W Lying 55 Ft 1'1V 180.84'. B 161.61V.
PFWSbNzI 100' to Erg 21 6 22450A Johnnie Covlngton 23: A beIng In by 100 Ft N A Fin N 69.48' to W RWof
AMi IfNTEKfcMT.KD NH Cor of WV4 of .
L T A Cos Add W AllenKt.Al St Rd. NWly on
IN TIIK KiJTAlK OF SAID Com .at 813Cor
NW 4 of SE'A. ot !: 74.9859T.ots W R/W 1S4 47' toN7ineofSWt4
JJISCEDCNT: of NW'4 of812H NEI4 28 6 22 Madle Williams 0.2(1( of
You are hereby notified that : W 3B5' for S 13, A 14, ,
1934.36-W'AI of 8F V of Blk 24 In L. T. NBH W 30381'
Instrument W 100', N
a written. iuIport- Foil V
log to be the last wilt and test- tl degrees E 141', .. '4 ofi'a of NUVi A Cos Add Lester J Prevatt 79.40 to POD 33 6 23 Plnehurst Motor

ament of said decedent has. been S Iou', S 21 de. Kx M 00' 23 6 22 'P"rcy Sullivan 22.86 HJ-Lot. 8 A 7 of Court 81.48

admitted to probate' In this .r..e.V. 111' to JennIngs 0 Gardner 14.Id 959-Blk A 1 Lot Blk 1 In Davis A V 44J8-1-A Peso. a*

court. You are hereby "Dn'n.l.\ t'OU 21 6 22 on 8 Side, helnir I Truby.dd Luther W Jackson 48.26Cleans Reg 8411' n of NW
221)' Ft M .8v' by Cor of NI3'4 of
ed within six calendar months 4)1) -Com at SBCor !' B49-8 7% Ft ofI.ot8ESlOFt '
85.7) Ft N A. S :-W'A. 8 255' to-
from the. date of the first pulluatlon >> of NUV4 of r. I .
W Side, by 84.7 Ft V Canal H 171', N .
o-f this notice to appear :JWVt\ run 'W A Lot 10 of nik' Vt1t&LantlVof ) '
N A 8 coil SideIn 255', W 171' tol : I f
In this court and show cause, 848,2' to POB "Vf .. Blandlng SID lleg A N 11743' ot a

If any ;you ran why the on. n.48'* Nly. 110', Raymond WThompson Same to Ht In N J S M7' of NBH of

tlon of this 'court In ajml'tlo"' : Ely: 46 4 Sly p 73.82 Jones Add :M! 41.04 NW
990-Prom Pt of Cowling !34. 33 < 22 6 Lassie Kit 1003
said will to pro-bat! khouid not lol.:2t to POD inW34 ... 0.
euand nnri. ..oked.S of Blk: 8 a Jot of 8 Line Fro I5 157-t Lot I1I"nut W :1' I 503-NBU:; of NW iKx
.. US W Temp 2* with\ W Line of Sid of St 4A In NW Cor
Theran .. Yaw? of li.09
| 21 U :Mrs! Emma Murrhee Ht Rd 200 run Iletwern Elks A ADinNJjones Cor Ex, that PortN
Bradford County 8/D
County Judge, tln. My Along Rd I V ot Co Or Rd 34 < 22 35 Mrs. W A Beesent E.t.co .
Florida. I48D-Com H 366.07 Ft to POB. .Adtl& N 40of ( Miss Minnie

First ubllcailon on April 20lh C-tf St of Temple Wly 264 Ft. Nly .. V loOt 1 A All Lot Becsent 3t.90 ,i
1987 HID at 229.25 Ft Ely; 2. A: N IS' of Lot .. .. .. SOI-B-fn-DIv 1/J:
_ 42O tt 11-11 with K IVW! of 84.63 Ft. Ely 4 Blk D N J Jane Int In W 5 A of

native Of Ar i>H<-..*io i Far KR Ft. run POU my cont 1110 Along A Rd l of A Add R A Green, Jr. 91.53 N ,4, of NW4! of

'Pat Heed Wv -210 Ft.o11y Curve 94.1O> Ft to 15"0-) 148 Ft of S! NW %. Drayton D Colley 6.70]

New, 19-i.lrt, t'. 1. 210 Ft Nly lIP St Rd. Sly Along 10 Ft of Lot 1 AK
Notice l is hereby .given thatr. to FOR 21. 22 A T Paul 11." Kd 148,0't: to 148 Ft of Lot 2 MERRILL EDWARDS
S't Wly
of I'OB Ex H/W 28 8 22 Annette L Tucker 11994 .
< Cart llarton tho holder A B 146 Ft of N S
the following oertlfk.,..'. baa \ 1603-.Lot 1 thru ( 99U--Lt 10 of Blk S Ft of Lot 3 of RIle Tax: Collector

filed said rtlflcaten for a tax of Elk 10 In Nneno Lesly. heat. & of DowlInK Park. K In N J Jones City of Stark,, FloridaPAGE'

0-" to be- Issued numbers. thereon.and years TheerU1cate ot SID laat Illvhtuwsr 11.71 SID 0 D Kersey Eat. 4.14 Add Mealy tt Proctor 9.66 l..4.t.:6-1t: 1967


Pt, t h

I-_-_ A __ V -

'I API ill W.IH ill drier with only THE: RIGHT POINT for the|
Adjustable Vinyl Book A Cloiwine.1 Ad hi the TELE- I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA.AAAAAHAUJfTON stories; in full costume. All f''ormcr Miss Betty Mnck of' 111' 0 Inches falling compared I in Adjustable Vinyl Book THE RIGHT POINT for tile
children: ages 4 through 12. \Valdo, was honored with a way you Come the way you write. Come in
Cover AlL..II 30 cents ea. GRAPH brings results 1 tonight the QO-year average of 4.63 fovera." All size 30 cents e*.
and select favorite E3TEKBKOUK -
bridal shower last Thursday i : your I
at The Telegraph. 1I hat attend 12 out of 10 nights II i Inc.h'I. and select your favorite ES-
I vlll receive a surprise end a at the primary building, fountain pep. it The Telegraph. TERBROOK fountain pen.
I Ii arty. at the Baptist Chuich. ,I
I By Mrs. Mary \VllilameaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI \ Sermons ,are broadcast over Pink and white colors'! were _

;WPXE at 10:35: a. m. on Mon- carried: out with flowers, Uble i'
la.v. Wednesday and Friday. over: and decorations.The :
STAILIH&'S CORNER Anyone who doesn't have game' prizes were !given .
/ transportation to Starke contact I to Vicky Dyal. Mrs. E. L.
D. E. Hill or Bro. Estes ifoungblood. grandmother of
and a way will be provided. Larry and Katie Ann Ihumu.s!
OASIS LOUNGEYour LADIES COUNCILThe There were 29 pnvicnt to
ladles council of the .enjoy the occasion with MI, T'S
CLOSEST Spot For Christian Church met it the Youngblood. Strawbcriy si) n i- o. .
I home of Mrs. Ruth Matchett ,cake and punch were .'el'.','tl !to
LIQUOR WINES BEER m: May 2 for the regular the guests. :Mrs D. E. fill aa

monthly meeting. Mrs. Horace; Dyal were ItO..l.-.- "FOXTAME
Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. -
Mrs. Shirley Norman held :sea A
Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M the devotion and Mrs. Margaret PERSON.LSMr. ,
Crawford, president was and Mrs. J. L. D\ket". of
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS In charge of the business. I .Gainesville, were dinner -m: They discussed how they were Mrs. Jo Ann Hicks onThursdaj.
OR QUARTS going to help the Atlanta It was' Mrs. Dyke: '
i. Christian Orphange and de- birthday It's "Fix-Up" time again and West
8 Ml. South of Starke on U. S. 301 to send and Mrs. James Adkins all
cided wearing apparel Mr. has your needs at low low prices!
tooth brushes tooth paste and and family of Lake City spent W EST Complete selection of famous brand
Kleenex. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. materials are yours for the choosing! ti

Those present were Mrs. Ralph Hancock.Mr. Remember you always get satis-
Slble-!.. Mrs. Clarice Adklns. and Mrs. T. C. Chr.stain faction and
guaranteed a smile oft
:Mrs. Lillian Hall !Mrs. Margaret attended the Roberts :tamily
GET CASH Crawford Mrs. Shirley reunion at the Piimltlve! Bap- cash & West!
L .
I'', %.. IIb44r Norman and Mrs. Carolyn tist Church at Swift Creek,.
IMMEDIATELY Clark. Mrs. Matchett served west of Lake Butler last Sun- '
aJ On Thursday. May 4, Kanay cake punch coffee and nuts. day. There were around 75''t l Ull&I& dG I STORE HOURS: 7:30: 5:30: -
Brown entered the Talent NEW PRINCIPAL present.Mr :> I FHI.! TILL 8 SAT 8 TILL 4. j "SE
Show sponsored by the Stu- Mrs. Maureen M. Paul wUl and Mrs James Broome '
dent Council of Bradford High be the new principal next and sons of Vero Beach Mr
$25 TO $600 School. Singing and playingthe year. She Is replacing Richard and Mrs. T. J. Mann and I W 1ATERIAlLS J
guitar he won first prizeof Jockel, who resigned to be daughter and Mr. and Mrs. F I I

( $20. Randy> Is the son of principal at the elementary L. Williams and family of I; 'lVV
Mr. and Mrs. Emory L. Brown school in Starke. Mr*. Paul Gainesville were recent visitors'of pnAft ,
: DO YOU HAVE. and grandson of Mrs. T. E. came to Hampton as a teacher Mr. and Mrs. D. W. John- i. SPE U L .
Blown of Hampton six years ago from Jack- t<<
: -Too many payments to make UNITED CRUSADEThe sonville.: She taught in Duval son.Mr.. and Mrs. Otto Hicks; -10" I/IJID".s J' \
Churches of Hamptonare County public schools and St. spent Friday at their place on O4'SY24"q "
-Too bills to ?
4' many pay cooperating with the revival Johns County day schools. the OklawahlRiver.. FULL "RCLt. :'; e S o,,: t:: :1-0%
.. crusade at the Bradford She is a graduate of Stetson Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dowling I WIIf = ,.
DO YOU NEED Audltorum in Starke for two! University and has had special of Daytona Beach were week- *' SCREEN ,. .F1
at the University Chas-
weeks. education classes end guests of Mrs. T. C. t-5
Those helping out In the of Florida taln. tJ,1RD&1I rp
choir are Mrs. Keenan Tony. MUSIC PROGRAMThere Mrs. Sylvia Cox of Orange ,,
Caroline and EUlne Kennan, will be a music program Park was visiting friends in 'r .; r.
LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Odessa McCon- at the Hampton School town on Tuesday. r RA K E $1.35 q. yr
aughy. and Otis Melton Thursday night. May 11. All Mrs. Lois Hughes and Kath N A 1vyDUll1 y
MONEY PROBLEMS There will be services at are invited to attend. The pro- erine Childresa of Ocala spent /T BOW -I\\ 0> M61r.
the Churches on Sunday gram will be primary department Tuesday with Mrs Ui-rtrude r darer:- y
We Are Trained To Help! morning and the Baptist will Kindergarten tonette Slade. GvNl3 H 0 V fa !L $1 .5 O. # .
not have any on Sunday: night. group and Glee Club. Mr. and Mrs. H F. Jones are t \ i
May 14 and 21. Admission will be 50 cents spending two weeks In Coving- 'r HANDl-G. 1 tI.j MiR.
Town Finance Co. Mrs. Estes is Children Chair- for adults and 25 cents for ton Va. visiting thir son and I ". r \1 5 4--r J Jr.
man for the ages of 4 children and refreshments will daughter-in-law. Mr. ana Mrs and Ii 0 E $ I. 6 ..2.AtlD .9
I through 12 called the "Living be sold. The program will start John Jones and family and r. FIGLD
226 N. Temple Ph. 964-7449 Drama." Jim Lancaster, musical at 7:30.: other relatives.Mr. r ($; 1V :
..i director dramatizes Bible BRIDAL SHOWERMrs. and Mrs. Loran Padgett ...
Larry Youngblood the and family moved last week J
over on Highway 100. 'r" "
I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Phillipswere "
0 Grand Opening O Grand Opening 0 0 Grand Opening O Grand Opening 0 I visiting Mrs. C. A. Cox .
on Thursday and were dinner Caulking Compound -- 29c Tube SIMPLE TO INSTALL'' F
bit guests of Mr. and Mrs D. W : QQ'It.* .
'. Completely Swindell.Mr. GLAZING \y VINYL +

.SI and Mrs. J. W. Home\ attended COMPOUND:\ r e a e 4 '
@) Remodelled w the Folk Festival at QUALITY BRUSHES : :J J EI\ICLftSURr'
8 @ Stephen Foster Memorial at Qt. !9c>; +
cr. ex' 9n BRISTLE NYL01 q it-is "...itsr to CHAN
L.JJ..JI New White Springs last Sunday. Pt. 55c'i ; 1V4" VARNISH Sir 3/e/ .: a\e\l #
Everything Debbl Hicks spent May 4. Pt. 30c IW'SASH..,a. $1.12 $1.21 .: II a \'\ : '':J.r. ,
Ia. 5. and 6 in Panama City where 3"WALL $U7 $1.11 > e 0- HT i4"
she participated In the StateHigh I : $1195
AND 60"
O School Band Festival. QUALITY PRODUCTS BY 3-M 'e..4 L _,._ lUtS
The Gainesville school band of ''
3.i .
which Debbl Is a member received -

j (O) @CK E Octc tS i The playing a superior RA's and of sight rating the:readins-Baptist In: concert ]i "91110 SHEETS SHEETS 12c|3 ,> 3/4"j 1" 60-YARDLENOTH 8 59"y. 2 1W"' $$1.29 j jQ! TERRIFIC SAVE VALUE AT WEST! A

Church had a working at the J

cO jallfield urday and west made of town a lot l lent of Sat-im- 5-FT. FIRST QUALITY WOODEN S Hi 0 WIER Jflf {

T3m provements.Mr. \< STALL
a and Mrs. Benny Saxon I W ; :

1 WALDO LIQUORS have Pompano spent the Beach last two visiting weeksIn t'' RIGID STEEL BACK BRACES AND.. $ ) \i95 ;,! "

ITlvlin Saxon and Mr. and I METAL TOP AND BUCKET SHELF ')' STfllCASI .1
TOO \\i:1J: ..
Mrs J a. Bryan In Ft. Lauderdale -,.. ,

9bo Mrs. .T. F. Brown was the ONLY $475 TOP QUALITY! --

Bobby'8 Hideaway supper Raleigh guest Brannen of Mr.on and Bedford Mrs. ALL STEPS RODDED AND TRUSSED 24" SHOWER DOORS\,

cuO : was Raleigh's birthday REDWOODIZER 1" $450 :
.& QT GAL ONLy$1625 'ONLy$2R95<



U.S. HIWAY 301 ONE MILE NORTH OF WALDO Hits 2 MonthsRains READY 3$ 143 1-10 $070CONCENTRATE $005 .s- ,

pJ falling late Wednesday PI7EFINISI1ED
afternoon were welcome, findIng i PLYWOOD

I J, ic FRIDAY MAY 19 cO with midst Bradford rainfall of a two-month for County. drought In they I I I I Truo prcfmi.hcd your Mode, economy f rn.hlng.both. plywood your in com both furnirur Inital al.v panning.' with and and.",I L ustruu.All( ANJII1ICII $335 TOP SAVINGS! ONPLYWOOD 1t

April nearly five Inches below I / installation/ / coiti. Pradnithod IN :3SHADES KERRY OR 4'...' SANDID
"S the 50 year average. I with" /laqu.r and roughed WALNUTFINISH
3 Lens than one Inch of water I lynlhehc' r.i.ni.. Motch.d mould. INTERIOREXTERIOR
1 5' fell during the week of April 9V Lvail"Me. Pric. shown 59S $615V M9I
p.,4'.s'groov.d.h. "
21.30 even with the big rain / $253
LIVEMUSJCEvery on Monday. April 21 I. which FIR FINISH
.. ,
drove the county average up ... .
to .97 IncheM.. According to the ,I ...MO... ., .: .. : \. Salln imaolh,virtually knot lr...mar & .
p : upp.rgrad. llr finish l I. ......gh'. :
Florida" Forest Service's reeortis v Hut, alt" rotund A pUaiur.WIlTlmt 1 81
& Nites I rain has fallen only five II to taw and nail.,/ /4 $2
Friday Saturday .
times going back to March 5. -. j-
J '
The county had .27 inches on I lOrTWtfloSHELVING too ':02" ''H.4 1",6. 1".S"-"w"-:--- PERFORATEDDOZfNS
March[ S, .83 inches on March / F..I $3assr.asst sssleso '

f Dance Other *To The Music f.0. :e Inches., .16 on Inches April April 13, and 12, then.03 1"NI7" *T>| FIR MOULDINGS BOARD

Nigh almost an Inch on Monday, $30'if'IH NII. n. .S.N-....Iv.,-.......p......."..eptul. pr 5d Of USD \ }

April 24.During. Vtx4x: TEMPERED
3 MR
the past week, April .a.. \ Bai* 4W. ..... .1 00.57.1 UN r.
c OQ New River Tower ........ .'- .'1.1I3" : ''' .:: : x S.ID $ O'
of Our Stereo Sound System'c 1-30.. the : --.... . Il .
0 Complete O ;recorded rower at.6 Lawtey inches 1.1 Louis Inches Hill i;, r .... . ::. sepliar.. ._ ... ...;$$300: SHEET I: 3.r .

b0 pJ and the Santa Fe Tower 1.2 a .- .H' ,
inches, for the county average rr1 MODERN MAID BUILT-IN I

J -- HO MINORS ALLOWED -- ad ;IC 1 There 97. were 3 forest fires and OVEN and RANGE MODERNIZE YOUR BATH
cuO the MNA! tffHN MM It KIH.Htl. MKll emit fllfl IMU! IIXI'MI'' WALLOR
)i.2 acres burned during in illtn Mttuumf lui>rn mlIi eta, M-iK ae/d IM ,ell, ntlirtlfl C ERA'' J C t L LE;
.. ..... ... \
1 thin
Jan. H
week Since year 4 Ill Now "tow Nii" call.! r'i'111 mil
.. ... ...... ,.
been 81 fires and Hill ml atilt till If I mi.IIMI "IK> NIMC Nflat liltriu d
have .
here inhlllli ""i".I1., ',nilUK | lliililm.' liliiiit" miniviiiMr 'laP
j jI .7.6:. acres burned compared to ,. Yr I k I'f-Mtt 15,1/1 (HIO ttthM : I Ini H l IM 1 utfiiitif II.H.W'll.TH '
: : SQ.
HDO IM twiwii mil innn. ll<| Ill Uf Uuu"j" MOW 4' 2 pkHh
14 fires and 405.8 acres burned .. ..
: j.III "54"" Ma1111l.a dCI.
I DISCOUNT PRICES ON PACKAGE GOODS over the same period In JOUtJ I Only tar 5"I" 2 G}qs ...... .......iL STANDARD ONLY F1
probably due to the dry well.I I on INANCI' ran ONLY Ie'5 PIN MONTH ,

UQi tba er | r ,, 43 LOCATIONS: INCLUCWGi
Rainfall for the first two
:\ months of 1967 wan above r 3330 N. Waldo Road-Gainesville-Phone 376-2604

Owned and Operated Bv i average, with 4.87 Inches Inhe I Store Hours: : 7:30:: 5:30: ; Friday till 8; Saturday 8-4
I county compared to the) A Ocala 1221 H.! Orange Av.,.-G20-7D07: Jacksonville 1.1O S. Etlgewooil Ave.-388-0373;
50-year. average of 4.33 Inches. Orlando 150 H, Michigan .\\',.-411-3111 IVnmi.olu loo Feet: Blount-143-0.173; t
BOBBY L BRYAN Qrt February was really wet with I)! TaniMt| 030(1( N. 58th IoIt.-629-1I81 Jucl."'oii>llle .1113 IIalne .St. 3,53-0071: ;
8..09) inches falling compared'the
t o CO-year average of 5.831 ratcls vast SOMI STOIt our ro tllOHT JKtAlt
aI 3.no.
I WALDO, FLA. 6 i II L-heii. I, te-
6 But la March only 1.67 -' __I_
, i iI .ches fell compared to the)I0year L'a .
. 0 Grand Opening O Grand Opening 0 Grand Opening O Grand Opening O average of 3.07 Inches.. } : ___iWEStr JEftOts i) I


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I A Clmwtflwl Ad In the TELEGRAPH Boo! No. Amount of Taxes. No. Description Amount of Taoneti
VyyVYVYVVVe and Mrs Mnxlc Rl'ddll1.) for Charleston S. C., where he Adjustable Vinyl lei J.li'tlon

Mr. and Mrs. Obed Paule, will be stationed bring. resultsCovers.. All sires 30 cents tat a.. of lund S T R A Owner and Costs of land S T R A Owner and Costs.

and Mrs R. H. Patch spent't; I Mr. and, Mi's. Harris Ayer. The Telegraph./ (ino-- W'''(,, of HWK\ of 1571--13; % of Lot. 44
\ 1.061672W ;
Suiidnn. with their son 8:>Sjt. Joe Jenkins Mr. and:! Mrs\ UK" n "r Fiiiiiiu. In Lawtny 13 of Rv Osteen temps

Orady M. Pauley and Tamil], I Avory Slade and family and NOTICE ()('' TAX SALE ltd & that Port of 41 In 1A Town of Lot of

By Enzn' BlnnohnrdAAAAAAAAA at Fort Gordon Ga. Mrs. Earl triggers and family )Htt Lies of K SWViwhl.h of 8t Lawtey 13 of Ry l Edward. Jones 0.21

Mrs. Luther Tharp of Cullen,, I nil enjoyed an outdoor barbecue Notice IK herC'by given that the 1st day of June 1967 be- ltd W225:! & N of, CoIr 1687-A-C o m at

4 *A VA A A AAi Va. and Mrs. John Wright ol l Saturday afternoon at the gin at noun, at Starke, County of Bradford State of Florida ( RdTl 11 8 11 43 Raleigh V Crosby 98.33 In: tor R/W of N Line .*
Ely of Sal
..j I tax sale (certificates will be sold on the following described l of of
their HMi SWVi IiH .
Tampa have retained to Ayer home. to HR10B1
W3CS 11111 I nt t t. of
omc land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set oppositethe HXVVi & J 1314!) of 'rr..r Poll, S
Mrs Geor
day ex < J inn) : '. ,u WOUK: witH ten ing several days with theirparents. and family were Sunday din- NW Corrlex: 11 8 11 00 VT J Qulett. 111.877U..A4 Itlk 57 316, N Par

Mr. and Mrs. Charles ner guest in Hampton of Mrs Ieb Lt 100', W' tit '
Members ;>resent, Mrs George ( of NW4! 18 G d2 TTnltrd Bonding
Tribe nave the devotional and Shuford. Jessie Willis and family and No. DMorlplton< Amount of Taxes or siuw II 6 11 10 Dan II Stubbn 14.C1 lite. Oo. 98.91

Mrs Lee presented) the pro- Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Starling Mrs. W M. Slade The Slade of land S T It A Owner and Costs. .B--rot 6 of Crosby 5 of LakeShores aik 1588 In-VW Lawtey\ of Lot U 57 of

Tram ''I'bc Church is Going and the Frank Cruce family family visited with Mr. and I US!--SVVH or NB'4 Harold Smith 40.67 Ry trI\ .na<. Barber. 7.71

There" At the close of themeotln celebrated the birthday annl- Mrs David Brown and familyof A nil NW 4 of SB] 1621-1 Lot a.* Demi

a gift was presented cersaries of Mr. Cruce's daughter Hampton and) Mr. and Mrs. 14 W or Hd, S3 6 SO 80 June A Reid 100.06 7U2-tri>t 6 of Blk 1C In Dept Hk SiVntto
? .123 In Otl.
187-N14 of SWV Crosby Ii ak.
Mrs Robert Cartel and Long BrouRhton of Graham
Mrs Tribe as a going away on NVi of H'-4 of SKVi; 13 8 SO ISO V. t, Tomllnson 110.33 Shore Eunice S Quitter S.29 HID L*>t being lot
son-in-law Tommie Llnzv witha Mrs. Arthur Carter of Jacksonville 1'0V bv 00' ft
coul tea!! for the pleasure of 177 NWtt of SWVi 17 6 SO 40 F. L Tomllimon 53.53 & 8 In NH; Cor of .
picnic dinner at Gold Head spent Saturdov here 80S-B-Par a> Dean
having her with us thdough I 357--8WH of SWti Lot IB
the winter Park on Sunday. with Mrs. Doss HIgginbotham of SW'4&2AIn In or 47-111 20 6 11 19.19 Harold Smith 93.52 investment Corp 75.03
She and Mr. Tribe
810 Cor of SWU of 881-B-Far as Dew 1630-l-A 210' fI'I> In
left Thuiiiay for their home Mrs. Dale Tlnsley and baby B\V4! Ex BW| 8 1 SO 11 Pqithern| OH In or 47-1 SO US 6 SI IS Forrell Smith 21.04 SW: for of SWVi

In Toronto. Canada for thesummer. vvvvvyVVvvvvvvvvvvvvn" left Saturday for Rhode Island Chemical 1 Co 658.31 ln.C-If-Lot: 14 of of liE'.410B4 24 5 23 Moilurn }tomes

after spending the past two 376--SH of 8W14 of Sampson. LakeShores Flnanoei Co.. 61.14

months here with her parents NW'4'! &" NWH of ) W It Smith C.2B -1 Lot 100' N ft':
CHURCH ACTIVITIES SW4! 15 1 10 CO M: H: Mott 81.16 881CV5Lot IB of S' by 110'10 W'In

Grace Methodist Sunday MAXVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Ben HlKginboth- Kainpnun LakeShores HW Cot of WA
am and family 390-NEU: of 8F>H \V :rt "Smith' B.25 of NH'i of NWVi 31: 5 12 :L J Padgett 4.21
School H-45: Worship 11 a. m Ex 8 6A Cor 04mow.
821-r-2Q:! -Lot 18 of .
of Jacksonville 1603-Lot a* HiiHG In
Arthur Carter -
Doss HIgginboth.un and SHH4 of NH.S '.J & Shores W II Smith C.25 Ino. (..25Kilmond
Monday dam. Choir practice
rhone 28U-4491!) Dan Parrish spent Saturday '% of 8WH\ of .' 1663-0. at NW
Wednesday 7 p. m.. followed by NK'A & NW'4 of Bll-C-17-Lot 17 of ('''I' of R'V'4 of
Senior MYP. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I fishing near Melnee. SKVi!' Lying: H of Sampson LakeShores KW% of NWA.
Co Or Rd 6-A & W It Smith E.2S Hun S 100' for
First Baptist Sunday Hx! R/W It 7 20 'it n n Mote 107.10
NEW ARRIVAL m-C-SS-Lot 29 of Pol, 10 73', H! 100',
School at 10 a. m., Worship 11 Story Hour 402-Lot* 11 & ID of Lake W 75', N 100' to
Mr and Mrs. Dan Byrd of Flt8 CorllottaUnlt : W H Smith, 5.25 Pob :2S 5 S3S3 Mid State 1I0mu,
m. and 8 p. m., Training! Union Sbores821C20 Jno. 6.26
Mayo announce the birth of a At The Library"Over 1 Shift*? L Teuton 0.81
7pm Midweek cervices: -Lot 89 of
ioni= NR] of NEv
40(* of N"WUKx -
Paula Denise born -NWM
daughter. Sampson LakeShore Jenkins ERt 52Gl
Wednesday 8 p. m. 4 at St. Vin- the Rainbow" will be 1 A N of Ily 17 7 SO 19 Southern Oil & W H Smith 5.25 of BW'i Ex. H/W 5 S3 10 Joe
Church of God Sunday Thursday May: 412-N1354\ of Lot 1 Chamlcal Co 84.00 1671-NWH
cent's Hospital. The young the theme for Story Hour at 821.c-aCl-Lot 90 of H of V1NW 25 5 31 18 A 1' Paul lU8

School 10 a m. Worship 11 a lady weighed 6 lb. 4 oz. Mater- the Public Library this afternoon Ex 10 A W of tty 11 T SO IS Southern' nil & Sampson Lake W H Smith 5.25 J71-HRl 4, of NE!:'4of'
m. and 7.30 p. m., YPE Wednesday Chemical Co Sl.OI fihore 8WH M of lid U4
nal grandparents are Mr. and I TThursdayl from 3:30: to U.I-C-81-Lot 81 of MX Il/W 23 5 23 Ii Lorance Berry

: 7.30: p. m. Prayer'MeetinJI Mrs. J. D. Bell and Maternal 415.: Mrs W. B ScoKHins will 557-\V14 of RW% Sc Pampson LakeShores 1678-1 Lot 100' flil
Friday 7:30: p. m. SH'i, of SVVM.\ K< W H Smith C.2B In NW I'or of X''jof
Mr. be Storyteller All children 6
great grandparents are 5 A In NT oor &
Highland Baptist Funday NM'fc] of SB1*
863 SA In SW Cor
and Mrs. R. L. Harris all of to 9 are Invited. Ex RIW| Kx that Of BW U 23 5 23 Johnaon Et
School 9:45: a. m.. Worship 11 port of BW"M of Js'K'/i' ; of NKHk : Al 4.81.

a. m. and 7:30: p m.. Choir Maxvllle. which I lies S Heir at NW for 1701-F.H of NWli
Homecoming Services will of 8.228V of 8- of NMU of NM'4 of SWVi of NKM 29 6 23 SAT Paul 704
practice 6:30: p m. Prayer at 5 SI 49.80 Clarence C Plying 81.08 Him H 780' K O'lO'' W'4
A of
bp held Sunday May 14 at '"O'I'I'fl' 0(0' 1''I': !511.14Notlcr 235 1710- 1
X508.G' to 8 Il/W
meeting Wednesday 7:30: m. of NHM of SW%
IB given thnt 580 NWU of SRVl 0713,
Longbranch Baptist Church, of St Rd 22S then 26 5 23 1
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. t tlu' 3rd day if Juno, 1067 hoKin & S 45' of W 835' U C 11 40 Ray A, S&laxar/ / 307.46 Sftlv on Rrl to Tnt of NK'4
Dinner will be served on the 12 noon, ut community. center, 1719--Com at SWCor
and Mrs George L. Shuford 578-S'4(, of not 3 or with 10 Undry of
grounds following services.Mr. Town of I3rimk, CfMinty of or Ping Lot 7
SH of' SW/i of N ll'A of NK(4( X
were Mr and Mrs. Joe Shufordof and Mrs. Russell Tobiasof Hnulfurd State of FliirlUa, lax '/ ;, 81-73 l! ell t 11 10 Pearl Norman 33.80 U6' to. NB for W In Lawtey. & run
Et Augustine Mr. and Mi's. Lots 'I. 8, a, 10 of 021.hv'( of NW14 1 6 SI 40 Mrs J U Tlionia 1lOt.: 45.31 1330' to Pot Rx M: on. 5.'e Line to
Va 2) 8 400 Ft
Virginia Beach are .ink X in Ward Jlwy io.
Charles Shufoixl and their 02fi-l>2-A--Com at J'"" 210' Si| on ltd '\V to Pob Ex the
daughters. Mrs. Luther Tharp spending this week with Mrs.Tobias' I'ltyr."t :1:i in 131k 11 XI3 Cor of E'<4( of 225' on Ely lldryof '; K ZOO Ft 26 5 23 3 Doris M rmnnon 847
NRVl of NK'iA
parents, Mr and Mrs. NBV4 of NH'i I. of
Mrs. John Knight Mrs. John Mrookurof) 8W'4V' ](ltt.4S'foe !I Iii of Nl'IV KxUW 1769-Com nt NW
Dave. This John North. mv%. se.-t. S 100 R | Easement 10 7 !1V 103 holies K M vm Shuford and:! was a : POB
Sunday dinned: guests of Mr. 17 nnnve SolaTnwnHhIp 105', N 100 to POB 1 8:1 1'' Loon Sweat E.41 804-"I'1a' of RRM Of SK'4 of 1 HKU 60'
family dinner especially North 7 8 NW14. A" NKVi; o- N & S by 100'E&
and Mrs. were
Mrs Tharp and Mrs. Knight. Male "'"1'11 fI..lea.. will be sold on 62!,)--8 7S4 ft Lying BWH: 10 7 21 60 Benny (Garcia Jr. 133.14 W 26 5 23 Julln( WhItley 88.831711INV'1
Mrs. Estelle Carter and Mr. the following I drarrlbod land to % of SWVI
Members of the John Brown )K nt Ilil. & Kx I1VV of SW
and Mrs. Edwin Baxlry and pay tho amount due for (axe* A In NW 0-n--Cnnl at BF3 V, of SK<' A M
& MX: 5/8 4
family at the homeof Car of Nil'14 of
gathered herein Hut oppoHlte tli game.tnWtllor
19 1 I Ft of SW of
DI3 84- 4
son all of Green Cove Springs.Mrs. Cor" UPBO
Mr and Mrs. Mitchell with all .'08t.. of such PO 295 1 8 El 1338| llanry Leroy II Ine 20.26615AW' '51v14N1122'toS1tW $HWU, of SK'A' EX:
Edith Swln:1eoand H.ili. titiil, ,,I all ailvci'lfllng.. ':tf tfJ llwy 227, ll/W 26 5 23 13 Ethrt M Strona'IUIl..hy
,, Brown for a family dinner. Jacksonville A. F.t iMUiI>: Hi HO HNVIV : W 73B.(| gOAt
daughter "rIVI:
Those from out of town were V. J II.i/ "n- |I 1" I r:; for 1'0H 14 ilofiu -
"r "5)e'): & thatPor' 1769--T'14) nt NK'l
Mrs J. V. Slade of Hampton A P .Mi I, I'I Hi Oil. *2i I::;>.05t ofN1 fl 210', !4Wlv ; 27 5 23 3 Kv&. Orlffl Kat. 2611
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Powell of I visited last Tuesday with: Mr. t T'tmtnv,, i I': *'",. Ton, f'UrlcTI.W ) ) ) .:!':', o Nro 14 \:1.:,: Rd 2 0 21 22 Coy Lee Alvarez 81.42 Hwy 210' N of NKH of NK417S5A !
14 fli-irrovN W 210'SHW -WH of SR
and .
Winter Park and Rev. ,. n i.f.I III r"" ki rInedf"rl
and Mrs. Avory Slade. N\V14! Nlily: 21U' V, of NW14 nf
Mrs. James Walker of the Earl Drlggcrs left tills! week ', l'lrlllll\! Kill 94e.-IIr1M": : ;\
Highland Baptist Church. I AndrewH 887-1 Lot, Lying In M] ftV by ::127' N
===-- 811
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent -- fI K Cor of aw'4 of & S 28 6 22: 3V4\{ Robert L Tyler

SRV being 420 Ft 1807-l-nt 64 In
Thursday Saturday with her N&5hy840FtiO&lyEx1ASgln AVnoilliiwn' KxLot

sister Mrs. C. E. Strickland in I ]11'"' H\V l.clnw 50'
\ HI3 ('or0451'om 14 7 21 8. wfllluni Hindi; 0,112 W of SM' Cor 29 5 :22 10 Floyd King 7189
Gainesville DIRECTORY -
The R. E. Lee family were ror of NK"4:" Hun '" of HR: (V>r nf Lot
visiting Mr. Lee's mother Mrs M 70!> Ft for; Pob. 5t! N 100', \V 100',
rout 15 8 I100'' E 100' to
Clemmie Lee in Enigma Ga. on 411.!> ,tIJ\rtd!;- Fob 29 S 23 Helen Barren 645

Sunday nrreoN 5 niln W lUl.A..JI..* In SW

:Mrs Mae Wells attended AUTO SALVAGE Farm and Industrial LADIES WEAn Office Equipment' 11927.:!X Ft 10S W 511Kt. W ("",. of Lot 88 N
115' for Pob, FJ
homecoming at Mittdleburg:! Hancock Office 311),) "t, N to 100', N JOO'V

Church on Sunday; and spent Equipment Cherry'sGainesville's NIC"Po>>', Kx of NHU HIWI W/: ." 100', S 100' to Poii 31 6 23 Mid StatsInvestment Corp. 6481)

the evening with her sister Paul's Auto Salvage Equipment of Hwy 200 14of 7 21 65 L II Outlaw 1 801.0
1-A In
Mont Fashionable 1D40-A- P'l'
Mrs. Ruth Bal thlow and family 985* 400 Ft...r that NW Cor of Lot 64
We Buy Wrecked Cars AtTOP Santa Fe Tractor Address For Ladles Smith-Corona-Authorized Port of N11'4 of In 1Voodawn; l 81 5 23 Ifounlns Services.
'JRESSI.S-StilTS-CO\TS SW'i I.ylnw I IJ of Corp. 00.30
Mr. and Mrsi\ Richard Ben- ) P K ICE S : Dealer St ltd, 2011 Kx R/W 25 7 21 2 Mildred A Edwards. IOUS:! In
nett of Holly Hill were Friday Inc. MATERNITY 83 5 22 10 Prlnnnn W Savage,
All Make. 1\1"'I.. Vwil Clllry-\'I"tor-Total1la 1004-All KW'4 M] of Woodlawn Sr, 114.IS
overnight guests of their lllvpr A all W%
I'arlHTiIotypn :W. GainesvilleMEN'S Adding Machines CalculatorsSALESSERVICERENTALS \V" of Rlvor 19 4 22 133-TjOtM I IPertivllle 6, 7 In
7 University,
aunts Mrs.\. Hattie Darley and Service-W> will find FORD 10S1-- \FJ.H of River l 100 W It Edwards. Jr. 133.01 33 6 23 11 Oeorgre Strong mat Bell

Miss Slnia Prescott. Lonnle j) 80 4 23 00V It l Edwards Jr. 70.13 188.1-A-llcsr nt SW
any put you. Cor Lot In PoptRvlllo -
Prescott of Klng.sley: Lake was nuliiPHt Illfi 376-4.312 Farm Tractors & Implements WEAKL: I -I.nh( 3K thru run N 105'n

with them for dinner on Sun- Ford Industrial Equipment SAVK TIME niHCUHA your' :18 In WiMHlluwn12.IS 14 5 23 40 Mrs F W Webb 54.15 lor.. H 10B. 111
411 N. I'sat Stuck lard At 105' TI' Pob 35 5 23 U S Finance Co Inc 80.70
USED EQUIPMENT L & L Men's Shop : -Luti 85, 80, 4.f,
day.Mrs. requirement with un first.B28 40, 51, 52. 62, 7-f..tR 10, 11, 13
O. J. Phillips returnedto SALES PART SERVICE N. Mirln St. Galnvnvilie Lot 44 & 5.h1 of Kx TVW18il S3 5 22 IS Soott Strong EHt. 1456
Miami with her slater Mrs. Florsheim Shoes- <'u Or Rd III '<>-KH: of NWU

L. H. Hlnote and is visiting BRASINGTONCADILLAC PICK UP & DELIVERY Peso Pluma Suits I'hone 376-0351: oodlawn 10 5 22 80 John C Tye 130.IT of S\V 14 ofY34 85 5 23 20 Eva Roberta 8175I036Wt
relatives there 14488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville Ladles Sports Wear 1177-A ilk -7 Ixit In Lawtey 8 of of NW'4 S 8 23 20 Gary S Martin 27.7J

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo -OIJJSMOBILEInc. ; Phone 376-2548 ? Arrow Dress Shirts v.or fly William II aooUhjr) 16.80illKwInbuthom lOSS-HRH: of NK'4l :' 2 6 22 40 Pearl Robinson 53.55

R Starling Jr. last week was 13 W. tTnl\'entity, Gu.ln..slllo PAINT & GLASS U o-Win',; of Lot 7 4l-NK'4 of NKH
SALES &: SERVICE 8 of lilk 0 Law- Kx: Pit reel In Nft
her sister Mrs. Eric Olsen! of GARDEN SUPPLIES Liddell Paint & toy 'V of RR Tames. M (',pr Hold to A T
Fine Mulnrtlon of Viu-d Cars
Michigan.Mr Kt Al 52.03 been for nd Ex
and Mrs Ray Allen of Taken On Ciulllluc Trades ;MOBILE HOMES:\ : HOI-A-N 11880' ntBlk lilt R/W 862: 33.53 Gary 8 :Martin 151.86

2001 X.W. 13th. Kt. 411 Lawtey 1945-Com nt A Pt
Glass Co.
Baltimore, Md. are spending PHONE 378-3301 Johnson Paris, Inc.I MUSTANG W Rya Clifton. N Prevail 6460 200 Ft 8 nf tiVSCor .,.
part of their vacation with 142i|-S\4 of Blk 14 ftf SRV: ofNW'4
PAINTS In Lawtey W of then'S 40<>.l
Mrs. Allen's brotherinlawand Complete Line of Mobile Homes, I Inc.KYANIZE Door- Ry Mattla! Carter. 85.78 Ft 'v 1J9Z1 jclr
GiIYa1llirrorvSliding 425' to Poh & port
sister, Mr. and Mrs Earl
SfoEnS-pL.\NTS-: 1430-SH{ of nik n
Doors of )N'4 of SW'i of
CRANE Tub Enclomiires-Shower(
iPrevatt Injiectlclflen-I'et Supplies Galiuwille's THwouiit Mobile In LawteyV of :NK"i o i>f ltd! Kx N

Mr and Mrs. W, H. Goolsby FERTILIZERS Home Sales I Lot -R'IndowwAanlnq0ar1etLINCOLNMEIICURY I { it Ry.M: -NH of rim( is Herbert Padgett 8.54 80(1'( A K* U/W 8" 23 1 Rtrnard Emit Thorn :H.<3S

'\were\ visiting Mrs. GOoUby'i !\ Purchase discounts on entire Wallpapiir-Storefront! In Lawtey W of 11159-N'.j' "o.r SWH'
Authorized Sale & Seri'eVe Fertilizer Consultation. RyI4I7 Maul Carter 8.54 of NIOVi: K of Rd
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. Rent Spreaders'chain guarantee huge savings. & W of UH *
and Mrs. J. H. Fburaker In I 506 E. University Gainesville 224 N.W. 8th Ave 116 NAV. Sixteenth St. -Ttulf nik 4 In HRM nt NKV i W

Bryceville on Sunday.:! Phone 3724231Crane's :> NEW :3IOOV CAPELLA GAINESVILLE: S728191SEWINft 1410-A LuwteyV of Ry Spurgeon 11 Afaesey 14.50 of rm 6 23 27 Joseph R Bakken, Jr. 81.H1U8J.cun
66,80'() of
PHONE 372-0170 \ \ nt NW
Mrs. Pearl Brooker cf De- PACEMAKER: Hair ninrk II In Cor of HFJ'i: of

land is visiting her sister, Mrs. Imports '" e, Flo. Used Mobile Homes Low 1411-Flag lawteyv:': :; Lot of 7 K Tty:* Clifton N Prevatt 3.01 )HW4 run K 630Ft :; .
: MACHINESNational to Rd 200, S
George Roberts VolvoFIATIiILLiLiN(MerrptlaM-Benz) fi 200 Ft In Law-
Priced. With approved credit WHv along R Mrs. Marian Mara and son ti yV of Ry Doris Cannon. 69.61 Ft to Pal cnnt .
CLASSGAINESVILLE low as $100 down. HH1 l--rata 8, n, 10 '
1'1 .
along Hi! 417 Ft
2201 N. Main; Gainesville
Jeffery of Jacksonville spent Sewing I II, 12, nt Rife 13 W 2'H! Ft. N 4aD
Sunday with her sister and Phone 372-4373 4820 N.W. 13th St. 411 North Lawtoy. H of Ry1IS4 Minnie :S7as. Ft. F1 sat Ft to
Johnson Reid 35.50 rob Kx nW 8 6 n .Jo..iI\
brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. 3 J 11 lumber 181.891907NW'4
I Gainesville 378-1346 Machine Co. Inc. -Lot 7 of Rlk ) ot SE'iof
O. J, Anders. CALL COLLECT 13, Luwtey K of $>F:14> I 5 U 10 J L arRntly 11.SS
and Beauty Academy Ry Jolmnle Fowler 5.25 2014
Sunday visitors of Mr. Nelco -NK't of VKH:
Mr. and New Home Pfaff I486-Lot 1 S/n' ot 0 1of: 8t: ltd 1 18 Kx:,
were Universal Sewing MachinesPOWELL'S Lot 13 In Town oC K/W 7 8 23 ::1 Leo T Sullivan 8.2S
Mrs. W. L. Durban and son, Sales & Service Lawtey E of HyHIO 'V Iarber! 6.07 tQilt-WH ,,f NW'4
William L. Jr. of Galrcfivllle.Mrs. Motorcycles I I Scooters Y of NW'i E Of St,(
LV' GLASS'Store Nearly New Units $5 monthly -Com at SW yr: ;;( ltd IA II 8 n 8 LoIJ* T Sullivan 26.012019Cram &
Mitchell Brown, cele- for of Lot 15, nan .' SW

brated the 12th blr.thdayannl- Beauty Academy Fronts Mirrors CYCLERAMAMotorcycles Budget Terms Available Nly Along W llilry. "\ enr nr 1':4: > or 'V4t

Deb- Windows Sliding: Glass I of Lot IS. 2110 Ft of I'll'' :ti of HI':: HSin' :
of her daughter
versary 1 to roll, Nly on \VBilry .
Preb, N
Learn a Profession! In Your 611 W. Gainesville
bie with a party on Friday Doors Tub Enclosures R3.n Ft. Klv 420', D] 105'. a' 420',
Time. Full or Part Time mil Ft. Sly on fiHilry ..
afternon. The children enjoyed Spare 378-1335 W 105' to Fob 9 8 23 Pioneer Finance Co. (7.ot
YAMAHA of Lot 15-A '
: ZOSrt Com at SW"
playing soft ball for a while 113.73 Ft. Wlv 185
n ii w
Low Tuition Terms Ft to 1'OH In Law- 'or of K:% of SW
end then birthday cake. Ice alm"i\lll 370-2081 SERVICE 'i 1 of NVV' & run
Lee Walker
SALES toy KT of Ry150S Joyce 13.34
219 N.W. 10th Ave. ., ,
cream and cool aid were servedto f.IOOO'JOI'IOf
Gulnrnvllle 378-3704: ACCESSORIES -nno T.nt 100 '. W
about 35 013 \\'. Unltorxlty, GainesvilleUniversity Ft E W Hy 274 ': .' 201). S 100' to Pob.
of FLINTKOTE TILKVlnjl F'tN&S In M\V: A ",,'Ip 11X\ A S
Mr. and Mrs. John Petrey
Glass 878-28tl Cor of fut 17 Kx:
II fur AITPM to ltd 10 9 53 John E McRae
Arcadia are spending their -Vinyl 1 1.bt. > to9 Asphalt 8 137 Ft. In Law 8.3J

vacation with her parents Mr. CONCRETE PRODUCTS Floor FinishingProddrts toy K of Ry Joseph Cumber LOS 11104 Cr-of Com Hf Rd BO' .A R:] 25'S of -

& Co. Inc. lliU-A-Com at NWrnr .... '
Glazing .
of 'r of Co ltdrun
and Mrs. E. J. Raulerson. They :MOVERS: of that Port, ,
CARPET: K 1000' on H
all attended:! the Rodeo at the INSIST! THAT ALL YOUR of T*>t It I 10 of Or. _" '. '_ H/W (',. Kd t.... A,' ,
Coliseum In Jacksonville Saturday MIRRORS Long Distancefovlng St In t-nwtev U of }'. (nu'V( ( of Hal
CONCRETE I'KOOrCTSARE3 WALLPAPERTenneyTile !tn. S 271'" )M 240'. HIS. S Par to Illl
and Mr AUTO GLASS Local DrayageStorage W 80', SHI'
night. Mr. :; THE BEST FROM N 274', 844.2H' for Polo
John Broward of Jacksonville Parking -(CratingShipping & Paint W 80', N 94', runt M 210.74', N HI
II. D. Ilaxley 13.16Il
Tub RnrloHiirpfl ShowersDoors W ISO' to POR
W 210 N
Sunday with the famll; ''. ilro.r:::: : ,
spent Edward Building Store' Front I 1519-Com at 8W 216.1'.
Mr and Mrs. W. F. Moore. FREE ESTIMATES! CALLHILL'S 2222 N.W. 8th St. eon of nik 18 & i'-l S' 08 flrgrrve S

Reen y and Micky were Sun- Supply, Inc. 1319 S. Main Gainesville MOVING Gainesville 373-1302 Run POIl N 100 then Ft Run fora '. to 210' to tiff 10.- ( 23 Samuel A Brown 11.21

day visitors of the J. W. 37G-f!>()m: )F:80 Ft N 174 Ft 814 -h: 119'6' of W
720 S. :Main-3724841GAINESVILLE. W 81V Ft S 174 Ft 409.S1 of H ot SW
Thomas family at Live Oak.
I & Storage Inc. to poll LnnteyK of .VWCt s o-f
Mrs. Joyce Futch visited her FLA. TRAVEL of in l<* Eaton'Kneton Kit. 12.94 c, nr lid IS 6 83 2 John. :t> Durar. (.14

aunt Mrs. J. L. Jones In Orlando IRON ORNAMENTAL 3.110: N.R. Waldo Rd. coJoe. 8174-A-Hir af SRCor + ,
1525-1 Lot 100 Ft of A <-tIn ,'.
Saturday. Gainesville 372.4271 House of Travel N&Sby 200 Ft ; N\V ('02rAorr SWH
Glenn Starling of the U. S ELECTRIC MOTORS F't13&1V In NVVOor of \W< of NK

Navy visited his parents. Mr. 'ot Tad 20 In :MreV .1 Chandler M .brlnir. loo N'I| 16 6 23 Thomas Discount Co. 6,412174U'Reg

and Mrs Leon Starling and his Ornamental Iron :MUSIC INC. Inwtey K of Ry ./0 A T Monticoniery27.67L 100' W
of si: Cor of A 2.V
sister Owenn Friday ni"ht, before ELECTRIC Steel Stairs 511--y 100 Ft Lot Tract" In SWM of
Music Co.
Lipham AIRLINES! 23A In Town of N""o.f NKH
leaving on a. cruise to Luwtey. R or Ry Anna Hum". 10.20 then N 100', W

Cuba. Motor Repair Co.Fabrication & Erection of Gmlm..Ule "Shopping' Ctr.372S333 STEAMSHIP! 1543-K'4:' of WH, of .. In..'. S 100', K: 100
Mrs. W. H. Hall of Jacksonville Light Structural, Steel R. R. N 33IT ..f Lot :il In to P.VKMSI H 6 23 Thomas Discount Co. 7.HJ
Town of Lawtey H ->Htir 20' X of
i* visiting her son and Of Oalni-H,ille, Inc. Miscellaneous Iron 110 N. W. 10th Avenue lintel4! Cur n.>ntal..rRf'po.lrlng.Rewlndlng of UyI5H1 Able Home-- BulMeriln 8.11 Int of !S!! Line of
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs l. HR" of NK'i: A WHW
Authorized No Charge For Our SrvlcWeekdays -H US Ft ot ...rI"y :Kilt)
X.. M. McClellan. New and Used Steel Products Co.NAV. Baldwin Pianos & Organs 8:3O: to BOO Lot 33 In Town of fof. ('"h. run Nlvloh

Mr. and Mrs. Ronny McClel- I Guitars. Gibson Goya Sat. 9 to 12. l.uwtfv K of RyKX Jemle. Lee Barber 7.51 ., W It/W
24. 5' W Par S
: K/W to
lan spent the bl 23rd Bhil., Gainesville, Drums Ludwig Slingerland 3415 W. Unlv rity Ave. 1GRtIlot' In NW 1,1 nn ,'If SKH:\ i ofXI'

his parents his brother and I 2818 NW 6th St. O.ilno-wlli< Fcuder Standard Amplifiers Gainesville 378-1601 ('or of Lot 42 be- :'1 ::1111 181y\

elster-ln-lawr, Mr. and Mrs. Phone 372.8318 I 87 -338 I I Ing821'N&SonE&257 2(10'( Ely 2H1.7' to

Bobby McClellan and his : N&5.11 Pob Ex R/W U 0 23 a Milton D Carter SH31

brcther-ln-law and sister Mr. j -::::. __ __ = 'B=f ---..: -:::=-=-,- = ==---_--:_=-_______ r =; In W Luwtuy by 100'F&W K:ot Ry "line" M T Lee 13.40 (Continued On Next Page)

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MAY 11. 1907

Amount of TaxeS ". NOTICE TO WHOMIT :
Amount of Taxes'' No. Divtrrlptlon.
J No. IX-Mrrlptlon
of Taxes
Description Amount of Taxes No. Description Amount of land S T It A Owner and. Ciist. of hind T K A Owner and Coats \MAY CONCERN
T R A Owner and Conti
of land S T R A Owner and CURtli of luiul S
42114-1 a< in, !aw 500S-All 8\V :N' ntRv
LBWI3: I will not be responslble -
(Continued From Prceeedng! Page) 299-Lot 10 of Ulk Ocvr of Iflx K4] Ptti-of 27 7 22 190 HOl'ac.D'al 316 48 foodeb''" Incurred by

3 SDSOiili of Uowllnir Park 0 W Kersey Eel 6.91 1VIdf 32 6 12 Beale. 01111. 86.38 5011-H%, of "235714' anyone other than myself -

2240-Be car;; of 8J'4, SW ofNW' -Com nt NW 4397-1 % A Lylnw N of of aX 18' ofNI5W" 18.7, 11 80 horses O Dyal 61.45 William J. Lewis, Keystone

A N 686' to ('or of 8W'4 of tnV 8UfbU' 301 6034-W 408' of NE Heights. 2tp 5!X8Motlr
pob N 174'. IQ 165' NWVi'\ Run R 897- Chamber Vi of M3V4 S of
to W H/W 01' Rd. 71' for roil Hloo' *, W by :Mack, Kd 18 29 7, 22 8 T J Alderman 6.07
a 111'V 100'N N l bv McCalln( 13 .. .
Son Rd RIW 114'. 5188 LotH 4 A. 18
u. 13. Jitnl Qrn Drown 40.08 -
'V 186' to I.'ob 17 6 12 Jams !hladison5wesaly. 112' to PO13 18. 13 Florence Heaver by Hwy 8/n of N% of Of Appllrntlon. For
Jr. 1.11 79.43 429R-NKW!: of NW'4 NIOK' of NWft EXKd 'I'n. Itrril

127 -'on' at SW'Cor 3018--Com at NWCor of Slim\ Kx ParK 29' 7 'si S demon Alexander 5.85 see "'4./11. ..'. II.
ot BE'4 of of SWH\ of <.ld K. K/W AHf 80MO.A-oI'om at SWCor Notice IB hereby irt\i"ti. rhniMr
NW'4 run m 2011.1' NWH Run I n 825 Pur D<.to or ( of Carl Horton ti,' holder. ,- f
for Yob N 210'. m for POH M 72', H fck; 22 fir 888 23 t 23S3 :Dcrthn) Cress Sat:. 16.88 NIC' 14 A runENt4 260for the following crtlfiate', has>

210'. S 110'. W 1 123', W 78', Na. 4391-aim\ of Per I'OiV! to filed said. oortlflrnten r"r< a t I"X> :
no to Pob 18 G U r Erne'.0 W4Rt'.ma '//J.n 132 for POH S8 6 82' Cool) R Leach 48.31 of aidVi Ex: K/W of SR., 221. N dead to he 'Issued thi-iton. the

8125 -Lot 8 of Bile Hold Kx or 44 IV 300'I V. to VI laneof certificate numbers and v..arc jfluance.
27:1.A"om:! : lit SECnr 26 In Orlir I, Townof 73 6 U 4 Batiks. Oren E.'t 15.76 Rot-t S 300 to the HUHI'rlptlon athe

of WI ofNWX Starke Mlniil\ I Qulgley 23.41 UD9-A-Cont NE Cor 1'OW belnir" Fart property. and the mime In

run N on MNW 8129-A-Lot 4 of Blk of NWH\ of SIOH: lot 10.&RIOL 17, Which It was amiesed are a. follow -
of lg Town W 474'. M 325', lily: 18, 19 Illk 1 *:.
# 0905.1'y for oStarke f A. H Carrott 18.46 04', to roll, Cont Gould Park S/1,) so r tsSO Hilly Varno Bit.Vrnon 69.64 Certificate No 16 Yea.. .>f (a-

Pub N 210'. J1! 3108-1 Lot Belnir Ely 100' W Lin Ht BUBnc 1905Description.
210' H 110'. W no' that. Port Lylnir" S Kd 301, N 68 ile- E008--Com 383' Ft T> of Property All
to POB 18 G 22 Albert Tyson Jt. 46.20 of Bite 81 In. Trig grove. M on Wly of NW ('''I' of Nlfl HWW N) of River & .nil W'/4{ >f

2217-NI%{, of 51514of Town of StarkeKx Line Ht ltd BO', '4 of Nn"4 A: run NW'S 1of Hlver ((100 Acre)
NJoJ'4 18 6 23 20 Vlutotla Barnes 65.80 N 2KB' Bnd. 13' Wly 100'. a! 60 ditdcvree H 825 Ft ton I'OII S..". 19. T-4-S, K-22-FS
3290--W 220 Ft of &H by RR, W bv W I'UB 33 0 23 Crne't Lemon Et AI 10.27 then runV lot Name In which assessed. W.

NE'AofSWX1xPar! Thompson. St &: 4102: -Com nt NHCor Kt H 08 Ft. !H 105 'r.{ Hdward. Jr.
Deeo In 01' Hk IIPHU In or Bk 16- of'v'4;\ of Ft N to POB 7, 22 3; Forsyth S.S1 All of said 1 1 property being In

28.09 8t Ex Par 186 J Andrews 12.14 8I3U! Uun W 420 5076-A-Com at SW the County of Bradford. !Statet

In 01' .0-112 18 6 23 6 Po olby 80 Jennie Ft. S .115 Ft fur 'or of NK'4: of Florida.Unlea.
halt 13.64 3227-- of "rail & BBVSt 105 Ft. K 8'l Ft toW for PUB. 8 160' tlflCHte' shall be redeemed aoordlnir <

IOSl-'E-N 150' of S run N 216.ftrFt. R/W of Kd 2.K(), 176', N 150', \4'761! to law the property deaorlhed -
W N Along W to POB SOf S3 In such certificate or
800' of E 220' ofV' 112Vi Ft R/W
Pr ducts Corp certificates will be old 1 to 'he
440' at NEX. of for POB Run N 103.4 Kt.V 118 69.626070.11Cnm
SW' 18 6 23 .1'111\ Cummings 9.14 9481 Ft. Wly 1S5. Ft to Poll 83 6 23 tai L Anne Humes 11.11 At SW highest bidder at the courthouse
door on the first MondayIn
77 Ft. Sly 78 Ft 435.1-A Lot 8 Cor of NK'4' of
2291.F-N 150' of R of Ulk
month of June 1967 which
Ely I IBS Ft to PUB 28 6 13 J StudBtlllMr NKVi N 793' the ,
450' of E UO' at'W W 148.51 11 In Linnoln City Uiiima William 6.31 R la the. 6th day. of June 1907
440' of NE'4' ofSW'4 3387-1 Lot Approx14tFt13&Wby 43H4-2-A-Lot 2 of 740' for Poll, ; aISO'
Dated, this 18th day of April
18 6 22 Clara 31ae Allen 9.14 Ulk 4 South Oat M 50', N ISO' 10H7

2291'.o-N 160' of S 106 Ft N 'A H Rrplat Arthur B patray 86.94 W 60' to Poll 10 7, 23 Modern Homo (HEAL)

300' of E 220' of Bounded B by Ry 4401-A-Lot* 12 13 Const. Co. B3.85 Charles A. Darby
N hv Duncan of Blk 4 In South BOB7'-WH, of Blk 12
W 440' or NEX, ofSWX Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad
18 6 23 Harold Cummln"" 0.14 InndV hv Ennls Gate Hoplut Rx n In Hampton 30' 7, 23SO Mr It n May 26.27 ford County Florida
& 4 by Middle ton 28 6 23 N N Norton 20.86 40' of Lot 13 of 6115-NXj of Lot 3 5/4 41 623IN |
Blk 4 Albert A Longrhmnp of Ulk 1 Wrlirht

2291.U--8 220' ot 'V 150'440'ot of E OHIO: -V, Lot 1 of Jr. 30.26 Add 7, 33 Richard n May 5.25

of SW'/ 18 8 23 Jack Cummings 8.64 Blk 10 In L T & 4406-Lot 6 of Illk 6124-1 Lot 83H{, Ft
NEX of SW14E' ('os AID Rosa.. Lee Ghent 59.if8316Lot f South (J"t. Ho; In SI'J .Cor of .
2292-NEX 6B/U : '
Ulk Till') CIRf'I'IT
2 of Blk 9Vrights COURT OF
VAPr..1I) bees 49 al
& Cos 14 f 23 t> In
eWltt Will 7.51
26.81 I2IgLT m"
W 440 Ft Ex H/W' 18 8 23 14 John Snell '!' 5162---S 3/4 of NRH (CIRCUIT TN AND FUR BRAn-
HID Wllholmnnla Brook 48.15Metta 4426 ,
2295-1" at NW14 -Beir at NW ; Jo'oIIJ ,
of 8E% 18 8 22 80 Pan Hanker'.on' 89.83 3320-Lot 8, 4 of Blk- Cor of aWi of ft: ofNld'hof CASH] NO.ETllJoJL .
13: In L T & Cos KID : Harmon 16.20 NIOM\ ft Run .H 180. H A N'j, '
2298-S 150' of EIAI SRi4: 83 7 33 120' I ti IKDVR: WRLLS
Doll 6.41 84', 111 36160', N Emory Brown 173.34
of NEI of NEy4 18 8 22 8 rneet Plaintiff.v .
3321-Lot 2 of Bile 60.43' to W R/W 6111-Com on W
229S-A-JW.; of NliP4ot 16 In LT&Cus t.f St Rd, Nwly on Hide of Ky R/W -
SfoJ'4 Ex SA In.NF S/D McUa )Harmon 6.07 W R/W 114.47' to on 8or Linn A run JK.KAYMOND FOSTER WELLS
Cur & Ex 8 N Line N on K/W 70 Yd, .
3329-W "H Ft of Lot of SWU of .

150'of144ofNEX 18 8 23 15 Catherine Dell 22.911 4 of Blk IB A 11 NI '4. W 803.81 to W 85 Yd'. a 70 \ ) 'M DefendantCITK nv 'HI Ii'. FOR
88 Ft of Lot 8 & POB 83 6 22 TMnehurnt Motor YiM to Hoe Lln ill OHCH

4 of Blk 10 In L Couit 165.16 t then R to Beir-H TO: RAYMOND: !
23511-'om at SIIJ (Cnrof T A Cos 8/D Mark: Coleman Jr Rut 65.86 A In AID'4 of aw \4453in 83 7 23 A H Kelsey 18.10 JR. FOSTER1VRL1S /
SE'4 of NW'4 4438 1-A Dose '
Lot 8 of Blk- a"Hell" -Lot 62 on Onkof You
8130 are hereby
notified, that
N a
& run W894 Ft 840' 13] of NW
17 N 5' of Lot cryntHl Lake complaint. for divorce ha
291' Ft N Cor '
180 I"t E of NK' of
4 Silk 17 A S 20' Homeilte Lyn Campbell 6.07Mr riled avfllnet and
you you arerequired
91 Ft S NE
::125 Ft E % of NWW\ H2B6'
5345-Lot 43 nn Cyprenn
of Lot 4 Blk 18 In to serve a copy of your
506EFtt to PUB Ex L T A" ('0'. SID 'Elaabeth 16.36 to ('n nlli. n n' Crystal. answer or pleading
) the
21 8 23 Eat 611..0 complaint -
:2 I G S DralIoYI I\u 171', N 256' W Lake HomeMlten ; J Kdna E Spark" 6.07 on the
Lot at
10 of
3182 :N Ft
3377-Cam 420 Ft 171' to lli'ir & N
5347--Lot 45 on Cy-
Blk 18 In L torney RALPH I.. THOMAS.:
from SE Cur of 4 of 157.42' of S 511'of
Ave In
prose Cry-
SWI4 at 8W'4 '& T & Cos 8/D Jah Griffin 33.48 NI3>4 of NWU' 33 6 23 8 Lt..I.. Kite 18." till Iakc HomeHltes535i Arnold l Q Smith 6318 Park Kill: ITS.Florida IIIKhway, and file 17.the Orange"

run W 115 Ft N 50Jo't 3347-K 60' of Lot 2 4470-Com nt NR -Lot 84 on Cypress Inal answer or pleading In orlir-the

E 115 P1 II 60 It 8 23 Joeephlne. EIIo'l'aon 7,062888TAt of Stilt 27 In L T A T PaulA 14.161324Lots ear of NhlK I of / of Crystal office.. of the Clerk of the" (Circuit
Ft to POll & Cos SiD Nnv; A mm a not Lake Homenlte William Frost 8.07 Court llrnilford County Florida

0 of 13Ik I 3, 4 of Ft for n FOB Him 53A8-lot 77 A 79 on on or before the 39th day o-f

Acres I\lId State Homes Rlk 28 In L T & W 219!> Ft a 107 Ft Cypren of Crystal Slay 1907. If you fail to do sn,
lno. 61.00 Cos RID T Paul 80.01 E 2110 Ft" N 128 Ft Lake Homenltefl. John 0 Patterson 10.20 Jul ment hv defnult will betaken
81BB-HH of Blk 29 to roil 34 6 23 1 Alma Qrlffls 33.2245113nAn B3B5-A-Lot 81 of against you for the relief
2394-Lot 2&3 Dlk 3 In L T & Con 8>r31B8 > 1EJ Robert 58.28 tTn-DIv "CryMul Lake demanded. \ the complaint

In Sunny AcresSD Ethel Young 48.0S142tANW'4 -w Vi of Blk 1/3 Int In W 6 A HomeHlte Rli
21 of L T & Call of N'i of NW14' ofNW'4 5370-lot 8 on Palm Stnrke Florida this 28 day of
: of S/D M H Robert 4074 34 6 32 April 1907.Charles'.
Drayton P. Colley 1162 of ('ryalnl Lake.
Blk 2 S of Kir 2 W A. Derby
4021-11-Bi-or at NW HomenlteB Mtgr Corp of
of Ulk 2 H
31 7 8 BO Ft of Lot
Cor of 6-A TrnctIn Stuart 62.89.
W of
of Hue 8
Temple Mill S/D 21 6 22 Gateway Industries 4 of. Blk 81 In L Frank. L William. an I Cur of NE'/t' B3TS-A-Re* nt NW : Heulnh. (COL'KTBy M. Moody
Cos SID >
T A of
, I Inc. 1.081.DO Et AlCarrla 914 BK '4, S 176', M 'or of NWii of Deputy, Clerk
1236 Ft, N 176'. W Nl4 run H 460- RALPH l THOMAS

2447-A-Be r 9V N of 81$8$ .131k140 tan" 123.0 to I'OB 34 6 29 Mid State Home Ino 13.64 for POB H 105', W Attorney >for Plaintiff

SW Cor of NUVi In itT Small. 133.96 4322--Com nt 8R 105'. N 10R', 10 106' 11131 I irn Highway 17
of 8W>4. 13 100' N A CD'S' SID Cor of NK!>4 of to FOB Bee Pi-r Orange Park Florida.

100' W 100', S 100" 8189-Lot 8 of Blk SKU & Hun W Prop for House on Bit' 4tp 5/25
,Ir to flew 21 6 23 Johnnie Covlngton 56.78 44 In L T A Co* 841' on N H.iry of Wrong and. 3 8 23 Security Mtor Invest 8.28

SID L, Z BakerSulllo 535 Rd B 100', N 100'. 5379--Com at A Pt

2450-A-Com nt SR 8402-Lots 3 of Blk W 50', 8 100' to on W Side of R/W INl'NTY- JPOOR'S COURT
Cor of NWVi of 44 In L T A Cue Kd I K on Rd 60' to on N Line of HHC 2 IN AND FOR BKADFORD
SKH W 8G6' for S/D William 45.67 POB 34 8 22 People'. National 'A run a on K/W !05> COUNTY:' FLORIDA
POB. W 100'. N 21 Fund 52.58 Yd" ,V 35 Yd. N In re: Estate. of
degrees E!: 141', S J404-Lot 11 of Blk 4540-AII SW<4 of 06 Yd* tn Ber Lino. K.\\1A: |' PKAKOHl: : MILL deceued
In L T A Cos
100', 8 21 degrees. Klonde 5883plvpn "1",11, H of Ky Ex t then K nn Sea Lineto %OTUH TO tllKliiroilM.
W 111' to POU 21 8 23 Jennings C''.Gardner 24.15 Add Tllll W 534 Ft 34 .622. % Roy McKlnney 3.61 HIIT53H1 2 8 23 8/. A II Kelsey 8.91 All creditor of the estate of

t 241--Com 8 Line 4576-(Com at SW -"au' of NW'4 Emma Pearce Hill dM-aed. .are
Cntr St of Temple 8f1l8-WI| %{ of Lot 1. Ci.r of NW'4 of of SK'4) & Hear. at hereby notified and required to
E 2 of Blk 23 Being SR for of NW'4 tile any! <-...Im. or demand
SID at Int with NW"/ Run R 40' which,
58 FtE&Wby of "aMU" N R5H.8B' they may have against.
R/W of RR run to Or Kd<1 for poll
N ft a in alii.
Sly 1110 Ft POB 1..0'rt'! Co Add F.rne.t'W' Allen nt Al 154.14 <"(int II 276'. N 80 NW Cor of "aV4' { ofNK"4 County estate, 'In th>. office' of the
I of Judge, of Bradford (Counv. -
HK'4 R
210 Ft .
cant Sly peg" W 8367' to S
Kly' 3512: -Lot 6 & 7 of K/W of H.I.V 80.3' tn W Side' Or Florida,'. In the rourthoue> at
210 Ft10wl\DNI.t'm; 21 6 22 A T Paul 8301 Illk 1 In Davis &: 151.', to KR/W Rd. arciv' on n/w Htnrke, Florida." within/ .lx calendar -

Truby. Add Luther W Jackson 08.01856QF. Kd, 8 on Kd to. 070', W 172.7', FOB 2 8 23 20 Clyde Herey 126.01 first montrm pulilliatlon from/ the of this date of the

2515-Lot 1 of Ulk I'OU Ex K/W 35 6 23 1.60 Noonerv. M Bradley: BIOO-WU of NRUof !: fliu-h. clulrn or demand notice
4.65 146 Ft of must be
16 1 In N Reno sit Ida. May Tyson S 10 Ft of lot 1 Jr. 100IS NR'4 8 8 23 20 O' n Jr. ft Haxel flicks, 2771 In writ In.... end must state the
2521-Lot 7 of Ulk 465 'ft IS 144 Ft of Lot 4578-:a 1,{4 of 8W'4' B47'l-17-|x>t 17 Of place or residence and pout office
18 In N Reno H/l Marie Jones 2 & 15146 Ft of ., of NW'/i' Kx K/W 86 6 23 20 Dorothy Steoter 34.30 Lllkevlvw S/I Stanley W Davl 7.94 address, of the claimant and

2522-Lot* 8, 4 of N 2 Ft of Lot 3 407!)-WU of NR14 B407-Ix 'ls 4 & B of must he sworn to hy the clalmunt. .

Blk 19 In N Reno 8.54 of Blk R In N J of SWH of NWkKX Itlk C A 1/20th his nirent. or his attorney. .
SID France. Jenkins Jon Add Mealy Proctor 1590 K/W 35 6 22 2 Broward Capp 37.43 Int In Tract E in or It will become void according

2527-Lot 9 of Blk 45HH-awu! of SW'4' Hertford tltk. )Edward: L Overton 83.40 to law.
20 In N Heno 8/l Sally P Williams 7800 8H18: -W HAW 60 fiO Ft Ft otI..t R of at Rd, 10(1-( 5503-A: -N'4 of Tot March 20, Idfl 7.

2551: -'at E, 23 of of N4( of Lot 9 of )Kx, Kv & Kx R/W 1 'A All tot 2 Bile /S/ W H. ..Jone.V. .
Blk 1 !in Qahaxan. 19" r.x a HA a. De.onn n & l/20th Int In \ If. JON ]H. Co-
Illk I In Temple
KID Robert Lea 2341 5678William A f.x BedfordOaks Ad mlnltra ror of the
25S4-Lot 6 of Blk 1 Add J A Bell Fur: 1".0-.8;:: "" 3 88 S 23 IS K' Z Lee 41.104091Reg sb; F L LUdwlaDUO Rotate of Emma' Pearce

In OnhaganD. I Hill deceased
Ex R/W Robert Lee 8.64 I78g-rotn 5, 8, 7 ft 129.3'V 5S10-D-1 Lot asl.nso /H/ .. Jones
of N .
of Int
RAV or Uk 28 Pw
8 of Blk 4 In J IIHAYIM
2507-Lot 3 of Blk 2 JONI H. Co-
C Johnson 84.4(1( of KK ft W It/W 377 Douglas L Hutchln 72.91
Lennon 465 O> Alvare Add Administrator
In Oahag-an SID Levy of the
Hwy 100 A. N
6520-1..1. 8 & 7 of Estate
26 0 fl-Lot 16 A SU{, 3797- Lot* 1 2 11, 80S 7P W 20X.71' of Emma Pearce
; Ulk ( -Alt
; r'l..a..ntSID 1 1 1
131k4&1 23III deceased
12 of 206.11' 206.711to
of Lot 17 of Blk 3 8 B 12Cdward
Breeden 218.
Ex now Jnme It First
Wlllla) Green 547 Hew. DB 211 PO publNatlon of May 4, 1867.
In Uahagrnn SID a* Beg 35 6 23 1 Pauline Evan' Oriole "9.43I020Com
858 Kx 71! HO' In 108.191820.24Corn 5634-1-Tot 1 of Blk f/4 4tp 5/26
Port of 0 J Powell Et NR
2623-That /P k S/D rear lloaant.
N 600' on E Side at ND of \Vi4 of 8WH of 1rinIt M Cernl 7291
& N 650' onV NW14 Sly on B :Notice Of ..11.10. For
'or of SRH of 6B17-lot 0 of Blk )13Mt ;J Julius I 13llamniontrea
Sid of NWVl of :'>IF. Ii ft Run W Line of WH!, of :: : 121.69 I'nv Deed
SW'4 W of Or Rd 15'V 50' aw Vt of NW'/4' Ploanant: B/D See, HI 1.1,II. F'. .4.
being the E 1250' 23 6 23 18 Aaron Holley 375 100'. B FOil then 600' for POB. Wly B550-A-Lot. 4, 5, 0. Notice. l I'. hereby given that

2626-7-SH{ of 81314 for a ino'. W 51', 162' to E Side of 7, 8, 9, 10, II, 12. Mr. furl Harton, the holder of
of SEX\ of Nt3'4; 23 6 22 5 B.r Ellington lUll N'1O 13 60' to POB Z9 6 21 J W Alvre 'Sur St Rd 100-, Sly 1l:t, 14. IB. 16, 17, the following" certificate ha.
2652-Lot 9 nf Ulk 210'' )Ely 181'. Nly 13. II, 20. 21. 22. filed ald. certificate for a tax
1 of Nat Williams I'OB I' S3 Hainan O riff I* lit.84 21, 21 A 25 Blk deed to he iBHiied thereon The
Joe Harmon 1.25 JSH7-Lot B of Blk SIn A 'A lot 4. 6 A
8/D ; H/n Harlow Prescott 1152 1627-F.U of NW14of \ certificate number and years of
of Plnehaven HVV'/i & SWVt' 7. 8, 0, 10, II, 12, Issuance, the dnacllptlon, of the
2660-Lot. 7 'ft 10 |9O9-Lot Silk
tleef of aw "4 p.,* i A 11, If, 13, 16. 17. property, and the
Blk' William Crt name /In
*2s/tat; Maybelle E Roberts 11.84 2 In iu Elmer Thomas 57.2 on HSldoNMill. ) 11. 19, 20,, 21 Ilik: 22, which it wa* anointed. are a*
to Char ft Kx 2 Ain 21, A 24. of II follows:
2666-Lots 19 23 8011-1 Lot Belnir" 8H ror of In Replat or !\ItPI..o..t
2 In Nat WHor Certificate No. 17. Year of I*-
of Illk Willie Mott Walker 15.1 84' N & H by 110' SW%.) of aww 2.7, 22 56 Luther Orlffl 3663 on Silver 93.11 .un nce 1105.PeBcrlptlon.
William Sit 1W. Bnd N by Lake Roy W Tyre
8670-I-ot 28 of Bile lot 1, a by Lot 2. 029-1 A In 8R 'or 6861-Corn 2H' ft of o-f Property NW%
2 In Nat Williams WhrLot4In11k of WV4 of NW14\ R of River SEC 30, T-4-S, R-
SID levy Lennon 44 8 v Butler Crt S/D Norman R Thomas 86.2 of 8W'2' 7, 22 1 Harold' :M Orlffl 8W Cor of NWHft 11.1':. 00 Acre
1 run W to I n
Kt Al Name. In which .assessed W. H.
2680-Ben at SW 391 g-w 100 of Lot 1636-N 22 HA of K/W Hwv 21-A Non Edward, Jr.
Cor of NW14 of 2 of Blk 18 In NWM of NKH4' Ex: R' K/W 1000'for All of said property being In
Oaikln Add lot 5A In NR Cur HaInir POH N 1000'IS
E the
SW14 A run
County of
100' K A W 210'I to Lake, ann Bradford Stateof
Rein I 1 407 Kt 13618
Sec Line 36. Florida..
along' 14 Joseph N LeClalr
for POB by 210' N & 8 A 406 Ft !M A W 3.7 23 31.21 Llikn, to Pt 219'
660 Ft 11 Roy :McKinney R of Ben W to Unless such, certificate( or oertlflciite .
N 800 Ft, E!: 60 Ft, 3920-8W'4 of Lot 065-lot* 1. 1. 1, 4, Beir 13 '8 22 Roy W Tyre 108.80 shall be redeemed-
8 100 Ft to '4 Seo 3 Blk 12 daikln Mrs :N' B Rosier 87.7 6, 13& 13, In Pine cording" to law, the property described -
Line W along" H Add' At-re Park Kx: W 5710.A-R 806' of In such \
N NK'4' of NC'4 I 23 8 23 13 Keystone Kit Corp 40.06 certificate/ or
Bee Line 60 Ft to J2.U 4140-A- XNW 100' of Lot 13 C E Boedeiker Est 828.14 certificates will be "sold to the
FOB 22 6 23 Levy :Lennon Cor of IHV 749-.Com at SW 8720-27-Com at 8F3 highest bidder. at the court
SRVi, S 22V for Cur of Cor of NEW run IIOUHU.
NW Kty door on the first Monday
2696 Com .t
pull !8 150', ltJ.H W 533.5', NWIv
('<>r of S\V'4 of Lying In W 'A of n IdflB'I for POH In month of June, 1967 which I I.
520 31R.8' to W R/W the fith day of June
SW4 Run 10 of 1907
Port of BW% 103'
Ely Nly 1100'
Ft for a FOB then BE'A 29 6 22 James W Thomas 199.8.185l1ell' Hwy 200, Nly on Wlv 110' Sly 1100', Dated this 18th day of April
W R/W 660' for
K! 60
Run S 100 Ft
.04' Fl ft SHIy 103' to POB 24 8 32 8086
Ft N 100 Ft W 60 26 POB. N 100', W Clifford Warden (
Ft to POD 22 6 22 Mid State Home Inc .0.88 140' a of NW Cor M43'. B 100' K to 5817-A-Beo- 760' Hof SEALCharles A. Darby
of SE-4 of tll K-' W K/W of Hwy for
2699-Com ..t NW Cont S on St R/W 200 PuEx/ .. of NWI4\ of NWH Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court of

Cor of SWK of 120', R I 115.47', N It/W 7 7 S3 1 T II Connell!! 1996 8 814', W 72'! to County Florida.
of SWIt< Run S 120', W 94.OS' to 1751--Com at NW Fly K/W Or Rd N 6/. 4t 53S|

210 Ft, J"R. 100 Ft POB A E R/W of Cor of KM of on R R/W 681.119',
for a Hun 8 Theron'Boyer 1T.3
St. 29 6 < Nl2'4 M H07.49' to I'OII
100 Ft, n 259 Ft. BW 4f ft :Mot Ire Of ppllrntlfm For
41(0-Bf.. 2504' Ti Stun R 460 Ft B ft Par r teen In or
159 Tax
N 100 Ft. W lived 4
Ft to> POB 22 I 23 Llnnle Tyson, Et At 1484 of NW (Cnr of SOU Ft W 431 Ft Bk 39 P 325 24 8 23 Keystone Estate 45.78 ...... IIII.IH. F'. H.
SK '% of SK'-i RunS N 235 Ft to FOB 7, Corp
2700-Com at NWCor 7 3 Axalun. Restaurant 238.90 Notice Is hereby given, that
of SW'4 of on n R/W of St' 1799-RE'/i': of 8WW 6817-n-Beir at NRCor Clay Andrews, the holder of the

8WU A Run S 140':. B' 9t:5/.1./' N of NK'/i' A H%(, of of NW'4 of following. ; certificates has filed

810 Ft K 859 Ft of 134 8E'/i 84' to of SKVi, .. 8B4! of NE4! 10 7 33 80 Clem A Qrlffl 41.6018IOAtom 1000'NW'4! to Sly Klv 760'K/W W said. certificate. fop a tax deedto

for a FOB then > at NB be Issued thereon. The certificate
W on Line 94,64 of Co Rd. NWly o-n
Run N 100 Ft K!: to POD 29 0 23 0 W Davis 138.3': ('.,r of aw (% of Ely R/W to N number. and year. of .Is*

110Ft 9 100 Ft NW'xl of SWI4 Line of .VWV4. of suanc. the description of the
W 110 Ft to POB 23 I II' Marl Jones 1403 4232-Com at SR Run W to NWCor NWM, Ely 1280'ML property and the name in

2716-Ben at NE ('01' Cor degree of NEV4 W 66 N.08'44 of Ely 2.76A to I'OB:: 34 S 23 Joseph A Welch 65.79 which It was assessed are a. fol-

of w,{, of NE-4 for POB. N 44, de- for PH W 50', 8 5900-Lot 19 of Blk low.:
of flWof\ 8W. 100', R 50', N 100'to Key tone Estate Certificate No. 25. Year of Iuanc ..
W 671J)9') to 15 In K C E Unit 1
ft Run S 100 Ft, llwv Rree R/W. Nely on POB 10 7 33 Mid State Home Ino S.25Raynion Corp 8.141961Lr 1604.De.crlptlnn.

W 176 Ft. N 100 H 4811-1 Lot 148- HfJ of Property 1 'Lot
E 175 Ft to POB 23 I 33 % W V Henderson" 81.91 8115'H/W 621.86', 24WB44of N'or of >t 20) of Blk Keystone Elates > being that PORT lying' S of BLK
15 In K C E Unit 1
3718-1 Lot In PR to Beg SEX H/W 33 6 S3 D L. Thoma.. 845.41 sw2' !% of Hall. \ 6.85 Corp '.64 31 In Orlir Town of Stark. EX
Cor of KH: {, of NE lot. 5 thru 10 .0 10 7 33 .. N213'BNDE&SbyKit: : W byThompson
4241 1 Tot In
6013- BE] -
NW at A. DF.sC In BK:
14 of SW4 BelnK of Blk S In U W 4840- !{ of SR'iof Cur of of NKVi or
100' N ft 8 By 50' Mid State Homes I ins 6 48 Haye B/D A. E'/i, SK'4': Kx, S 100'which of NWV4 ay' of NWHbelnir 10-186 SKC: 2'. T-6-S. R-9J-B
B a w If. 23 Magnolia, 8t lie. B of Co Name In which assessed J> L
of 108\ Ft N A.
2720-R!: 8A of 8ft{ AdJ Ex R/W DI. Thomas 23.96 Or ltd 15 'U 8 T J Alderman 15.76 S hv" 110 Ft E& Andrews.All In

of SKH M WV* 8.91 4253 at RH j 4811- S 100' of W Kx m 60' 28 'S 23 T J Alderman 36.76 of said property being
of BWK2839.A 22 6 22 3 C A Crum (' roW 8EV4' of 8W NW'4 of 8KI4! off 6025-Com ..t SRCor the County of. Bradford. Stateof

Cor ofO NEXNo ..6220Ft H 165 165 Ft : Co% Jhr'cldll.' : B 15 7 33 Cicero Cole 28.95IS NW'4 of ft run 8WV4 N. 850 of [t'nles Florida.mien certificate, or certificate

NW14 Run Wly Ft K 528 Ft to Ft for A POB run shall be redeemed. ad-.
61.50 48of NW'40f15 fAIn decrtbedi
21O' to POB Cont I'UB 2 Albert A Clark W 330 Ft N 150 cording" to law tl>. property -

W 597' 344 .8' B 4163-AII that Portof SW Cor. A. W35- Ft 13 330 rt. S to In such certiflcut. nr
IJ 8648' to A of HEtt of certificate wll floe .odd t. tae
697'. 7383 E 888 Ft of pan 28 S 23 1 Minnie Jone 347
POB 27 < 23 5 Wallace L NW<4 all IylnaN highest bidder al( th. /courthouse !
NEW of SE'4 Ly- jj04SReir" at SB!: 'orof .
f 399-Brer at SB!: Cor Inff Hof) E W 'if1.Jt; Rd 200 fix SR<4 of NE>4 door on the first MondayIn '
96.934934AAHeg which I I.
t 1967.
172' 7 22 29 Horace 0 )>yal month of June.
N Ex 8
of SE-4. Hay** SID run N 80', W 80',
W 13.73 for FOR 154 Ft A. Ex RyRW' at SW 8 60', n 60 to FOB 36 8 33 Evelyn Johnson 5.85 the Sth day. of June. 1967
850' 33 11.78 : Dated this 26th day of April.
N 800'. WLr 32 6 1 L 11 Outlaw
47 IndIan
Cor of HWVi of 6159-Lot In 1907.
H 03JO', Ely 250' to 17 f 23 Joseph Vallnskl 45.00 4272-Com *t NB NEH. N 48' to Beach T D Whlddon Sr 11769 (SEAL)

Cor of NW,4 of 8 K/W of 'Or ltd Charles A. Darby
2934-I Lot Being122.8FtN HB'i ft. Run K 840 WonSR/W; 4611H J R. Kelly Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad.
A S Ft W t9 Ft for 523. B: 450' to
by 60 Ft E ft WLyln a FOR then Run a beg 20 7, 22 1 Truby Blade 14.144913.AN' Tax Collector ford County 1"I..ld.'I. U /2J

ft' Being In 210 Ft W210Ft of SEX\ II.' 4t 5-23 Bradford County Fl.*.
NB Cor of W/y of N 210 Ft IS: 210
12 30 Q Laueter n.'
21 nan
28.05 Of NW4! 1
of Chandler
NWVi 4EX, of SHIM\ K | 23 Madls Williams 15.08 Ft to FOB 33 6 S3 Frank

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I .' On European
.. ",.. .,, ...'r ?
;:\, ', ., ] ,\
Turning Liberty. Into License ,' ,. Of.. ./..!.: -'- Inspection

"No man is above the law and for Sexual Freedom who advo- ';,"Jf.1 II Murphoy. civil de- ,
> f.t. }
no man is below it ; nor do we cates complete license for every- ,\. .'. "". fense coordinator for theNorth .4 f t ,.yI
( Florida[ Area soon to be
ask man's whenwe body and everything. t
any housed In offices In Starke. 4T< earl
'require him to obey it." Timothy Leary praised the use! ."iJll departed for Kennedy AirportIn )

of LSD as a means of liberatingman fTS; Y : New York. M.:>nda. for a
s brain to reach its full potential 21-day tour of European CD
A lot of water has gone over and other kooks pluggedfor LET" Mr: : facilitl"s.
the dam since Theodore Roosevelt .
under the auspicesof
legalized homosexuality y1 Traveling
spoke: those words earlier In this ON "L'H-tS": the Civil Defense. Forum in
men sat under driers in their \ N .. I'
troubled century. Washington, D. C, Murpheywill
salons and boys and girls '
beauty ,
', :' look at survival t preparations -.
Nowadays we are beginning to in .' j'
for look-alike clothes "
shopped}, : In Sweden West Ger
wonder.At .
London's Carnaby Street. switzerland and
many. ---- --- -- -

least there are a 'ot: of Perhaps the most shocking and France. FRS auiml' nInner, (''''moult, Green, and Stalnaker' are

characters who seem to think pitiful part of all this is the fact "Fur pose of the trip," Murphy ,pictured' at banquet' | with)> ,Irrr; Scarborough, (renton., State

they are above the law, and a that Mr.\ Hoover seems to b it-. t, said, "Is to gather Infor- FF.\.

greater permissiveness on the most the only voice in the nation .,.. mation that may be of significant -

part} of many courts, and a general with guts enough to speun. out 101-. 'j'. vr : alysts help In the to civil United defense States.an- Awards Presented To
t; OutstandingFFA
of the "
weakening what is now known as "old-fash- There Is much to be framed

moral fibre tends to bear out ioned morality," and warn of the LY.:.' r through a closer look at exten-

their); contention.A ultimate downfall unless this sive shelter construction In At Parent-Son Banquet

noted American philosopher' wave of licentious Hedonism is > Europe In particular Sweden: Boys

once observed! "Every form of checked. and Switzerland. They are far -
worldIn Lamar Clemon.1 cf the president of the Starke-Brad-
ahead of the rest of the! ;
tends to perish by ex- Court refuses to
government The Supreme gaining a survival capability Stat ke Chapter, and David fOld County Chamber (ot Commerce -

cess of its basic principle." And brand even the most flagrantly for their peoples.In Scott:: of Bradford Chapter, as a friend and supporter -

history seems to bear him out. offensive books and magazinesas addition to conflicting received coveted: Star Chapter of the chapters.

The\: basic principle of our own obscene Columbia University national and regional civil de- Farmer awards at the tinnual The Do,le Conner awardsfor

republic( is freedom. But, as J. officials see nothing wrongin fense organizations( M ,irrhe'' Patent and Son Banquet of public speaking were presented -

Edgar Hoover, director of the chartering a student group 'IENN'// will also meet with ""'-laU the Future Farmers of Americain by Mrs. Anne Godwin

FBI, has observed, "The decay ofa whose reported purpose is to seek of the International Civil De- the Bradford High Ochool to Alvarez and demons. Soil
1 I KE1lSTbNE< fense Organization In Geneva> cafeteria Thursday night May
( Conservation: awards were presented -
republic begins when its citizens for homosexuals .
rights .
ejual} '. 4.
in Paris.
.. and NATO by Paul Emory, of the
turn liberty into license, responsible and the President's' Crime Com- srRKf ..d.' Murphey expects to returnto The awards were prestned by sca District Board or! Supervisors -

freedom into irresponsible mission advocates easing up on : the U. S. on May 29. S. L. Peek, Jr. of the Florida: to Greg Alvarez] for

indulgence, respect for, law into enforcement of laws against illicit MARRY ,. J. i &' Bank at Statke. speaking, and Ronnie Newmanfor

defiant disobedience, and indig- sex, gambling, drinking, and abor- t: r y '. : Cancer Fund Scott, who served! :is masterof the Land Judging Team

nant concern into apathetic indifference. tion in order that police can '. { 'J ceremonies, also received The banquet was opened

." "concentrate on matters threat- : ; Exceeds Goal the DcKalb Award as well, as with Sammy Eunice leadingthe
-' HEN GoiWIN'/: / aa, of in singing
: ( one the four Foundation:: capacity auden-s -
And the signs of decay were all ening public safety. \ '
awards Starke "America by the
b. ,
too evident in At time when tightening (- \ : Over $900Miss followed
NBC1 a up
an special report ..I""_,j t. "''r '. By Chapter advisor Curtis A. invocation by Raymond
on "The Pursuit of Pleasure" on laws designed to protect the I I'I oj"f"" !!: .J
1..., .. '. .. .. .d Marlowe. Thomas.
Tuesday night. If what the tele- public morals is more needed than Lillian Stump! counts Also receiving Foundation! Chapter officers participated

vision people seemed to be trying ever before, there almost seems A Difference Of OpinionFARMER'S chairman of the 1967 Cancer awards were Clem.>'1'1. Greg in the traditional opening

to.( .tell us is even halfway true, to be a conspiracy on the part of --- Fund Drive, expressed appreciation ):: Alvarez and Gene M Iv1n. ceremony, and the address of

Mr. Hoover's warning that "decayof those in authority to "go along" this week to .ill workers Cecil Stalnaker and: Allen welcome was given by Danny

5 "A.republic begins when its citizens with the breakdown in moralityon DIARYcounty and donors who made I it Green received Star Green Waters County Commissioner

the that such lawscan't a possible for the drive to exceed Hind awards; Travis Wynn of James M (Buck I Norman, a
turn liberty into license"comes grounds
the quota by over $900. Bradford Chapter, and Robert former FFA member gave the
t as a timely warning. be enforced anyway. The current strawbcr season will withdraw' any sup- The total amount raised In Rosier of Starke Chapter were response.;

-",This decay certainly cannot Even the church, in many in- Is about over with and port for the fire control unit. the county was $3,015, the selected as best first-year: : boys Accomplishment reports were

exist in an open society which is stances, seems reluctant to speak j ust how successful it was. for "We'll let the landowners pay chairman said on a quota 01 Green Hand awards were made b/ Ronnie Newman for "

governed by informed moral out forcefully on behalf of traditional 'the; growers Is not known for their own fire protection, 2100. made by John O om an behalfof the Bradford Chapter, and "
an Some. of them made money on one of the commissioners said. Following are the chairmenand The Starke t}
and virtues and values. Per- Branding Iron. Lloyd':! Bryan for the )
energetic citizenry, con- he; crop, but it is likely that the amount raised In each Proficiency award: wont. to: Chaptor. i
haps this is one of the reasons :
tinues Mr. Hoover. It can and will lome )just about broke even As a weather forecaster Sam division: George Roberts. John David Scott. Bradford l Chapter Special music, provided by :

exist in the United States if we that 69 per cent of persons polledin end some of the plantings 1 re- n1r is so Inaccurate evary
refuse to face the total picture 1957 saw religious influence mlted In a loss. The actual he makes a prediction, the exact Trawick, and Marilyn Roberts Farm Electrification; Greg Alvarez Quartet was enjoyed preceding .1

behind the facts and figures and on the upgrade at that time, 1 revenue Is known only by the opposite happens. But he's Fusln<'fl8 and Professional! ) men Bradford Chapter and the banquet. Paul Hutchlns.

continually find naive excuses for while today, only 23 per cent be- I growers, and they me not still at it, and now he thinkswe 103823. Lamar Clemons. Starko' Chap- Bradford Chapter advisor, in-

deliberate acts of greed, lust and lieve it is increasing. Tending to t alklng.: I are in for a change in Mrs. LIllie Bridges, Residential. :; ter, for Crop Fanning; Gene trr lured the guests, including

confirm the trend suggested by;) weather, and that daily show- $400.Mayor Melvin, Bradford Chapter, county officials, parents of !
avarice. these figures church and Uowever, one thing )l'. sure- Dy Sam McGarvey ers ale about to start. He bases Chitty memorial Livestock. chapter members, and teach-

Not long ago a prominent syna- I note and more: of the !growers: that prediction on the corn on fund 65231. Nine honorary chapter mem- : ;
gogue attendance is down from U'I depending on sales. direct Jim Temple, Road Block, ersJerry .
writer warned that America'smounting present assessment But over his left foot and while it may berships were conferred on Bill Scarborough of Bran-

obsession with sex 49 per cent of adults in 1958 to t t4f ,.o consumers [Lyou pick atLbout In Union Count the commission : not be Infallible, and far less 21198. Epps, A. II Harley Jr... AlbertNewman ford, state FFA president! was

would be its ultimate downfall per cent in 1966. While the EoverIII 25 cents per q'laitl as la very much opposed to scientific than the weather Louise Rosier Lawtsy.! $93- C.1Clark.. J. L. the featured speaker; and told

and the televised !' drop was only five percent in outlet for the bel'l't:?s. Indeed the idea:: and has indicated bureau it costs nothing to .13: Grace Binham, Brooker, Waters Gene Sumner, Lloyd of the Importance of the organization
scenes "Pur-
on we heard that ire; grower Shirley Norman,
there was a decline of 11 that if it goes: through, that operate. $82.73: Allen Curtis Mailowe. and p in building character -
suit of Pleasure" program indi- cent adults. this season sold $7.000 Hampton, $79.19, Grace Searle J, Novak. and> preparing young men
cated that this decline is per among young worth of berries in that way, $25 Ester Carter,
alreadywell Let Tneressa. ; Marlowe who is leaving: : for future careers in ,agriculture -
under way. There was the us never forget: "The de- and as the saying goes "that Raiford Road to Lawtcy $36-: vocational agriculture work at .

black leather, long-haired, cay of a republic begins when its iln't hay" ,Rft.;: Helen Paterson, Brownlee the end of this term to serveas Highlights of the banquet
greasy .
bearded mob citizens turn liberty into license, ] Road, $10: Fran-es Jenkins principal of Lawtev Junior menu were flesh str.iwbcrryfhortcake
motorcycle with NEWS And
their "broads ", responsible freedom into irresponsible Another grower who was NOTES Colored Section $308,12. High: School, was presentedwith and barbecued beef
and booze, wait- hit hard by the late-reason, Coin Collectors $52; Coifed farewell gift Membersof
indulgence respect for law j: a by GregAlvarez from a chapter steer.
resses wearing only the bottom into defiant disobedience, and in- lldrt't even try to sell his fruit For Today's Homemakers Day receipts. $35.71.MAYOR'S on behalf of !the Bra! :- Future Homempkers of

half of a bikini while serving t hiough the auction nmiket, ford Chapter.A America served the banquet
dignant into
beer to leering customers indifference.concern" apathetic but cpened his planting for ,.. liy Martha Sue McCain COURTThe special award was' also which v"< 1'' prepared!! by the

nude bathers on a California s ales direct to: consumers. According County Extension presented to David! Costs cafeteria staff

beach and an interview with History tells us that Rome for- to: reports, he had the following\ cases were dls- manager! of Holiday Inn and
Home Economics
the founder of got. beat> year financially he's ever Agent 1- pOlled of In Mayor's. Court

Berkeley's League So did--_ Sodom) and Gomorrah: lad: Tuesday night:
e a .
----- -- Willie A Hanker nn, reckIPM -

I A Neighborly! Slap In The Face The drought which followed: <>:. an the heels of the freeze was .
One dish meals can answer crackers and cheese. days.N.
Though not Burpnsmj, it was Small county residents such Token, in some places by rains of food Serve Savage, failure to have
as many your problems. one dish or main dish
still a disappointment to have 1 ast week but some sections got vehicle. under control causing/
ourselves, might also remember : They ore easy to prepare and meals on busy dnys for buffets, 9s1 f
nine members of the 11-man a,i lot and some a little, and accident; 60 days probation FR wlOr
thta with our new urban Legislature easy to nerve. Since there are picnics, outdoor meals and club I t u ITE R
rain is needed before the failure to
mote Elaine Pinion
Duval) County House delegation fewer lubes to prepare, fewer luncheons.A .
set to redistribute the fifth water table will rise to its usual have vehicle under control.,
lead the fight to base the new courses to serve and less dishwashing recipe that has come to *
and sixth cent gasoline tax and level.
water and
accident, running 1
they are a time sav- kitchen by the of f
formula for my way ,
distributing the 7th the e :>0 fine. .
race track funds upon whichwe Texas has already made Its red \light! : $19. nJB'h''
cent gasoline tax entirely on collections depend so greatly shall There are still some strawberries er.The Robert Lee flanks, reckless
we busy person ran prepare own special mark.
l within each county. have to begin to be more inde- 1:. around and there are pitch a meal ahead of time and It's another one dish meal- driving;!, $37.00:; bond forfeited.
Had the new formula been bas- c'if course, a lot of blackberlres.3o Bobby Cherry, reckless driv-
pendent. To put it another hold It In. the refrigerator to cook It all in one pan-either
ed way, right now, "rou hive your ing: $37.00:; or five days
exclusively on collection: and it looks if he conked Just before IIervln:;:. cant Iron skillet In oven or
will be
as we forced both ofhem of Waldo
choice: of berries and Frank Williams
area neglected, 23 of Florida's Mont one Utah meals require your handy electric fry-pan. 1LiIciLI
to be more dependent upon the trevenue are gaol.::! driving without driver's license -
'smaller counties, including Bradford e vary little watching during tho Now for Mexican Corn bond forfeited __
we raise in our home cooking time. If your mealtime BretCcl! $32,50

would have been left without county. The battle over the new Is delayed, this dish will Mix together 1 cup corn Claude Rutledge, allowing
sufficient road maintenancefunds courthouse is apparently unauthorized to drive
: over hold well. person
One Bradford County officialrecently meal (self rising), one-half
to meet their present needs. with,, and In a meeting last In the dish vehicle, $32.50 bond foifcitn.l.
planning one cup shortening, 1 cup milk,
While it hurt the small county, said it would be nice if week the County Commission meal), keep in mind that It Is 2 eggs, 1 can cream style B. Solomon Jr., voluntary I

the 3'4'! collections, 1 4 area form- we could pay our own way, if the vent ahead with plans for the practically the whole meal. It corn. Set aside. Intoxication, $27.50 bond forfeited I
county tax roll would increase 1 nilldins at the former Amer- I
Is the main of
>ula passed has Friday by the House enough to meet our needs. He *can Legion: site. Incidentally, and usually contains source a starchy protein 1>Brown pounds ground, and meat drain., about Chop Duane Jordan, reckless driving Area-Wide\ Crusade Features I ITeenage'
probably not left them in a he, old courthouse came up for ,3 J27.50 bond forfeited.
voiced a fear of becoming too and a vegetable. This one 1 medium bell 1

'hopeless situation. dependent on the "pie" we now discussion, and Lex) OreenI'oposed dish or main dish meal, as it onion (GIf desired pepper), 1 hot :Mexican large- Tom Lee Brown, bond voluntary for- 'After Glow' Friday Nite '
Recognizing the plight of the ) that It be used as a Is often called should supply Intoxication, $37.50
receive Orate half
from the state, and whichcan j pepper. one
small counties, Duval's Itep. Fred all too easily be taken Starke city. hall.. about one-fourth of the daily: pound cheddar cheese.In feited. James Jackson driving Evangelist Harold] Warner churches and the public gener-
Schultz, all of the veteran members atvay. protein requirements and skillet brown small Heft| and Rev. W. A. Hogan aly to come out and J join<< in
of the Dade .County delega- It is clearly time for Bradfordresii The Commission approved enough vegetables to count asa while intoxicated reckieesdriving chairman of the United Area- this unified effort "to seek
amount corn meal (about
tion and nts to begin taking warni i final plans for the new Agricultural serving for each member of driving without lic- Wide Crusade, are pictured in God's blessings for our community -
of the
other non- 1 tablespoon) then In and
ings such as this seriously. It is <<: ] Building at the fairrroundsfarmers the family. To be sure that : pour ense, restating front of the Bradford High, ."
freshman Democrats from the big half corn-bread;, mixture, add flight to avoid arrest, 90 days
time we become truly concerned market complex each family member gets hU School Auditorium where the Tonight Rev Warner will
meat and cheese mixture and
counties} voted with the small about keeping and bids will!] be asked for protein, Include three ouncesof or $44200 fine. meetings opened Sunday night speak on the subject "The
every penny we can top with remainder of corn-
Co" -unties. in Bradford County. toon. When that budding' Is lean meat, fish or poultry, bread mix. Cook 45 minutesat Shabe Franklin, voluntary, with most of the area churches Modern Man and His World,"

The thick-skinned attitude of aided:: to facilities already at or two eggs or one-half cup 350 degrees In oven. If intoxication. 3 days or $27.30 cooperating. asking: If man's modern ach-

most of the Duval delegation Perhaps we will listen more t hat site, we will have one of of grated cheese, or five table- use electric fry I suggestyou you fine. Evangelist Warner broughta ievements will keep hIm from

'might warrant a second look from closely the next time our Chamt t he best agricultural set-ups In spoons cottage cheese or as: iiduca temperature pan to 325. Rudolph Henry Bryan, driv- forceful message on "The Sin world disaster; have man's I

those of her of Commerce launches a *his part of the state. meat alternates, one-third cup ing while Intoxicated; ; $72.r:; Most Often Committed! in scientific! exploits brought him i
us who are the This Is In
now on "Shop at Home" campaign. Maybewe e of uncooked dry beans and' sufficient itself, or 10 day; license suspended Starke. Fli" and Jim Lancaster to the brink of horrifying hol-

:short end. Duval hight well remember can become little pens for each person to be but steamed cabbage and a for DO a more interested If the proposed cuts in county crunchy tossed salad do taste ; many
that a good dollarsflows' served. To count
many as a serving opened the crusade with the questions.
the next time we hear that l income are approved by the good with it.
.; from the small surrounding of vegetables, one-half cup per choir singing great spiritual after-
Friday nights special
things "look favorable" for ]:Legislature and the Go'.ernor, !
Happy eating
Counties into a new person should be Included In nle Ty."n .t al numbers.
the big of Crusade will!]
Jack- service attraction
pot industry to into and If the county's expenses All of mid. i l.rul..rt"lnC'| l In
,80n vill come our Bounty ire increased, a county commissioner the dish. the County of Hradfurd, Mtat Highlights of the crusade feature 'Teenage Afterglow' for
Rico, noodles, macaroni, of Florlilalnltf feature pre-sesslon meetingsfor all '! from
I estimates it will .. young people Ulng'.e! ),
Buch certlfirates *
or c r-
It spaghetti, corn meal, hominy, Votlro Appllrnllon" For
ake t; about three mjie mllUn Turn tired lNtr. tlfli-nt". hall b. r.I..mecl. acv children and teenagers at 13 to 21 years of age. Fooi.
The' Bradford or bread crumbs may serveas '. lordlnir" to law the property d.IkrUsd .- 7:15. Mr. Lancaster dramatize
IDq County Telegraph << the tax rate to make up for IUI.III, I. !S.' fun. and film will be provided
In mii-h or
tho "
starch rood. Nonce lit hereby given that
he, changes. That would be re- Mr. Carl Horton, the holder, of i .rttficae will be cold 1 to the Bible! stories with. costumes during this hour from 9:30: to
4p 1 1g lef in reverse for property Celery, onion, tomatoes and the following rtlfU'iite/ has hlKhrit bidder Hi the court house for boys and girls aged 10:30: p. m..
green pepper are often added rued! .,.hl cvrtlficntna for at.ito \ dour on the first :Monday In 4 to 12 while Rev. Warner
have been asking ,, A unique progrom will be I
who ,
EL- MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher iwners for fU'or value deed) b. iMNiiecl thtrMon The inimth of June I 1557 which I In
and food
{A fID or a reduction in ad11101'em appeal evrtlflrat number and yen",. of the Sib day of Jun.. 19117. talks to teens In a closed ses- presented Saturday night, using -
G i. ('''orld,,'. Oldest l Weekly NewHptqwr PuMUhvd Contlnou.ly t axes. Other vegetables are usu- iMiiMnce, the dnairlptlon of theproperty 1"r7ted this tilth day of April, sion on love, sex, dating, and the Crusade Chclr and
ally added. and the nnmes In
t moral ethics.
( N)7 Under The Same Mix 111'00. S e which It was amtaited are *s (MK.M- featuUng solos by Mr. Lan-
rION Most one dish meals are soft follow: Charles A Darby, Rev. Hogan states that he is caster and numbers by The
MN The Bradford Commission: In texture. For contrast add Certificate. N x 104. Year of UUdnctf Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford pleased with the reaction to:
and entered Scrimd Claw Matter n-t the Punt Offlcrj 15$3.rlarrlpllnn, County. Florida S mphonetts; from Trinity Col-
Published each Thursday a'
did not discuss the proposed u green loaned salad: Carrot of Property: Coin S4'' 41 S/J5 the opening service, and reports lege at Clearwater

at Starke, Florida under A S 21'l'. Ft. B IOC Ft. for PO Ii. cooperating
f or the various fire control: and eriwty: breadd.To run from
Finn M 100 Ft. F.: 2>* Ft N too Ft other pastors: and many churches will close down
>*crl|>tloiifl. In trade l areal 1 year, .".00(); 6 month. J'J.25OuUkle units]. which would result in cnmplt'to Him easy meal, W ass (0',. to FOB 8UC 12. T-8- Adjustable Vinyl Book laymen is uniform ipprecla- their evening services in cooperation -

trade arras. 1 your. $1.30; 8 month, U '50 1:he county paying 12 cents per [plan ii simplIcsaert such asrlcsh H, K23R.Nam Cover All size 30 cents ea. tlve. He Joins other membersof
In whIch atwHid. Lln- : with the United
ere.. Imte.iil of the three cent (iiuicil, in' rrorcn fruit, at I The Telegraph. the team in urging all CrU.lde.BRADFORD ,.



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I KEYSTONE{ HILITES Wins Conservation I : Decision Awaited I

'A Speaking ContestMiss ( I

By Jim Fox!: : ______________ Of Airport To Keystone Sportsmen

J Please Phone I In Your Items 473-1143. : ,;. Elaine Lovorn daughter -
of Mr and Mrs. Richard T

KEYSTONE; : WOMAN'S CLUB home of Mrs. A. II. Lugasse. ;, ,. Lovorn'of Keystone Heights. '4 No further progress was reported mosquitoes at the ball pail
Fifteen persons attended the This, will be the final get-to :_ -. ,, emerged, from last week's! competition '' on the Keystone Air- and around the lakes! at Key
Driver's I J as winner of the Clay port lease to the Sportsman'sClub
Improvement Training gether for the season, And it is .. stone.Council
Course, May 3-4 at the Muni- hoped that there will be 100 I 1 County Soil & Water Conservation 'i : I and the City Council hadto set a policy! < o>t
speaking contest. content Itself with prospects charging $5 for building per
cipal Building. whih:: was per cent attendance. Please be I ;
contest was of Federal Aviation Agency mlts, although Redfearn said
sponsored by the Key stone sure to circle this date on your The countyWide /
\voman's Club. calendar. : held at the Orange Park High /. Approval of the agreement In the mater needed more stud;;

Sgt. T. Hodges of Palatka, DUPLICATE: BRIDGE I ; School after Individual con- 4 several weeks.Chairman Five dollars Is too high for a

an officer of the Florida State Winners of the Duplicate tests had been held earlier.. I Roy Watkins small construction job: such)

Highway Patrol. was the In Bridge Club meeting on May 4 : ::4 \ After winning the county 4 made a trip to Miami last as building a carport, ho said.
title Miss Lovorn went on to weekend and conferred with -Council agreed to IntensifyIts
structor. were: First place with 48 The following participants points Mr. and Mrs. Fremont ? .; .. ''I1' 'I- compete with winners from. FAA officials on the lease but search for a surplus hang
will receive a National: Safety Tolles; second place with 441 Alachua, Bradford and Putnam he was not present at Tues er for the airport.
Council ceitificate for completing : points.Louls Kyle and Stan La- >.L Counties in the area: con / :- A'Lions day's' regular council to reporton Cleric Baker was instructed:

the course : MrM.. A. Coste. third place, Mrs. Arnold test at Clay High School. Re- his trip. The lease has been to write W. A. Fordyce that

Schroeder Mrs. Janet Haner.S. Larsen and Mrs. Joseph Dey: ,:: suits of this competition have Cite Honor GuardsTwo turned over to the FAA. however there Is no change In the coun

E. Kennedy. Mrs./ Floyd fourth place, Mrs. H. T. Dent i ( ':,:: not been announced. II after It was redrafted by cil's decision not to seek toll-

}:Zoon.,, Mrs. Margaret Howe, and Mis. R. R. Clara. -"" ''\ Owen Baker of Keystone City Attorney Burwick Ander- free phone service between
Mrs. J. O. HI m b e. TROOP 103 NEWSAt I p .' ( ."' Heights placed fifth in the honor students of the the basis or high school> averages son to the) agreement of both Keystone and Gainesville\ Co-

Mrs. F. Tolle Mrs. S. E. Mc- the recent Scout Dinner, I county, contest.A Keystone High School. 'Patti and scores on the 12th the sporstmen and the council. Chairman Walt Thomas reada
'i'j total of $100 In prize Brannon and Terry King were Grade Senior Placement Tests. letter to Fordyce from Florida
Kay, Mrs. E.; Voyles Col. David Troop 105 gave an impressive S F1 ;\ :
Nelson. Mrs. S. E. Kennedy.Mrs. demonstration on the "History ([I.: ., money, donated by the St. Regis recognized. by the Keystona Patti is the daughter of Mr. Business was strictly routineIn Public Service Commision-

Gerald Culberson. Mm.R. of Our Flag," with flags made Paper Co., was awarded to Lions Club at its monthly din I .and Mrs. Thomas Brannon, a shorter than usunl Key- er Edward I* Mason saying

Griffin. Mrs. Ruby Coppock. by Mrs. Steve Moore. Since the ,. contestants. ner and business meeting and Terry' Is the son of Mr. stone Council meeting in which the service would be cheaper

and Mj' E. A. Demuspv.: time of the Scout Dinner the |I I Monday night. and Mrs. William King of verv little action was taken. when toll-free service is put

A garden party and Installation : boys have presented this ceremony -I Miss Viola Ridaught, Rodney. Paul Prison Official Clay County School Superintendent I Lake Brooklyn. The beacon for the airport Into effect between Starke

of officers Is scneduledfor on two occasions in, Wed In Keystone First Baptist Church I I. Jesse P. Tynes Is Supt Tynes also spoke on has been ordered Councilman and Keystone.

Tuesday. May 23 at the Gainesville once for Troop( 452] Speaks At RotaryA pictuled presenting the trothe, need for quality education Huntley Redfearn reported.

and at Camporee Awards'Night '' Miss Viola Maye Ridaught I length veil. Her flowerswere talk on the rehabilitation I phies which were awarded on In the public schools. council In reply about to quleries the from proposed the 'yyyyy'vv'vvyyvvyyymvs

became the bride of Rodney pale pink carnations and red
of youthful offenders In stato
of of the ,,
paving one runways
AWARDS! NIGHT Carlton Paul in a lovely ceremony rosebuds In a bouquet.
(I'VSTONEHEIGHTS([ nosegay Institutions was given at the Homer Sat- MELROSE
Airport Manager
Three weeks ago. Troop) 105 performed at 8 oclock Bildesmads were Miss June Keystone Heights Rotary Club Post 202 Elects Ladies Auxiliary terfield said he Is awaiting:

participated In a camporee Filday:! evening. May 5, In the Ridaught. sister of the bride. last Friday by Buford Mitchell, Officer Slate Of Post 202 word from V. E. Whltehurst &
with 192 boys and 38 patrols First Baptist Church of Key- and Miss Jin' Paul, sister of I personnel officer at the Florida By Sally RothhacnmcrAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4

a t Camp Charles Francis In- stone Heights. the groom. They wore pale State Prlrton. For New Year Will Meet MondayThe contracting Sons of Wllllston\ firm the which only has

tcrlachen. The purpose of this The bride Is the daughter of blue brocaded. l satin with mate-. "Public administrators and
camporee was to determinehow Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Rid ing pillbox hats and shoulder- correctional people themselves Keystone -Melroso American second meeting of the shown Interest In the job. The Brownie Troop 157 held avery
said. will equal
efficient the bays wouldbe aught Sr.. of Keystone length veils. Their flowers must be willing to experiment Legion Post 202 elected the newly formed Ladles! American paving Job. he road. Impressive Investiture

without their Scoutmasters. Heights. Mr. Paul Is the son were also nosegay bouquets of with new approaches If we following officers at Its meet- Legion Auxiliary of Keystone- about 11 miles of paved Service last week at the Junior

MEIROSEBUSII'IESS The Scoutmasers had separt-, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl cn Paul pink carnations and red .rosebuds are ever going to find out Ing on May 4: Mel rose Post 202 will be held Satterfleld also. had reportedthat crackedIn Woman's Club Park on Mel-
/ ate camping areas, aM: would also of Keystone. what really works," Mitchell Graham F. Hutchinson. Post Monday. May 15. at 7:30: p. m. a light pole rose Bay. Now Brownies Invested

only go to the boys' campingarea Baskets of white gladioli and Winona Ann Foster a niece of Commander; James B Ches- in the Clay Electric conferenceroom. the high winds recently and with their bright shiny

for. their meals, or when chrysanthemums, eguln-st a the bride served as flower girl. said.He declared that the public sington, lit> Vice Commander; some roof has blown off at the pins presented by their leader

they were\ Invited by the boy. background of jade atvl emerald Richard Barton, nephew of the should be aroused to the need Lawrence D. James, 2nd Vice Applications will be takenat airport. Mrs. Dock risen, were Marsha

The Junior Leaders conducting palm leaves were used In bridegroom, was ring bsarer. for greater flexibility for the Commander: Richard L Mur- that time for additional The airport's water!he system said. Whltton Lorle Coburn, Avla

Troop 105 were: Danny Hlnck decorating/ the altar of the Carlton Paul served as his courts and prisons In the rhee Finance Officer; DavidA. chatter members, and nomin- also needs flushing McPherson Martha Sue Sing-

DIRECTORYHEAUTY Dick Martin. Marshall.Gallop i church. son's best man, and ushers handling of youthful offenders Nelson. Historian; Thomas ations will be held for seven The water Is now undrinkable In leton, Laura Darbot, 'and Dan-

Johnny Warren. and Bobby Officiating ministers. were Gary Cooper Dwight Mitchell, B. Bryant, Sergeant-at-Arms: additional officers to fill out and has oil from the pumps phlne Levine ]Mrs.' Billy Single.

Ilsndny.. Patrol Leaders were I' 'the Rev Lawrence Carroll and and Robert Menzen Jr. James H. McEachein Chap- the unit executive board.It It. ton, assistant leader, presented -
SHOP Doug Benson. Mike Wrinkle -' the Rev. J. D. Bowen. Following the ceremony a Jax Man ChargedIn lain; and Ned Slnnletury., Executive Is believed that mleU- The council also scheduleda the new Initiates with their
for tonight,
and Rick Warren. Scout Miss H. B. Slkes, organist reception was held in the Boat TheftH. Committee. gible mothers wives, sisters. special meeting World Friendship pins. The
11. at 7:30 to
KEYSTONEBEAUTY master Steve Moore and Assistant played the traditional wedding church social hall, where arrangements Executive Board members, and daughters of veterans will Thursday< May : liability ceremony was very beautiful
SHOP Scoutmaster Bill War- marches and accompanied the of white gladioli. F. Halre, of Jacksonville, Philip F. Kromer, William A. find a worthwhile challenge draw up Insurance specifications bids. It will- as i It was held on the dock

ren reported that the boys soloist Miss Ann Slkes, who pale pink snapdragon and has been charged with grand Poppell and Billy Rose were among the Auxiliary programsfor overlooking the lovely Bay.
Edith Jolinnon. Owner were very efficient and did sang "Because" .and "TheLord's peonies were used in decor. larceny In connection with the not up for election this term. Americanism, Child Wel- also be decided whether to ask Cub Scout Pack 109 met

.,' Personal not solicit the assistance of Prao'er." ating. theft of a boat and trailer Adjutant William E. Baker, fare, Community Service, Civil for a one, two, or three year last Thursday at the Methodist

& Creative their Scoutmasters. Troop 105 The bride was given In mar- Mrs. Warren Brantloy greet from a home on Santa Fe and, Service Officer George E Defense, and Emergency Planning period. after Church. Four new Cub Scouts
Hair Styling received a blue, red and ytllow riage by her father and worea ed guests at the door and pre Lake. LaRue are appointive. Education and Scholarships The meeting was set received their Bob Cat pins,

Individual Beauty (Care ribbon for the camporee. white peau de sole gown sented them to the :-cceivlng The complaint. signed by The post meets the! first Junior Activities Rehabilitation former Coouncllman George and Den 2. with Den Mother

Every Form of Beauty Culture Another patrol has been with lace applique. embroidered line composed of members of Deputy Sheriff Robert a Thursday in each month, and and Music. LaRue told the council city'SIllbllltV' Mrs. Ray Brumbaugh won the

Opm Tue .8at. 9-5; I added to the Troop as a, result with seed pearls and Iridescent of the wedding party and parents Green. charges that the boat all eligible veterans are wel- All eligible ladles are Invited Insurance expires In ''banner for the month of April
had been expecting -
He said he
Closed Monday of the growing member- sequins. Fashioned with a of the bride and; groom. and trailer were stolen from come.'vvvvvyvwvvvvvymvvvv. and urged to attend this meet May. from the The Junior-Senior. Prom and
KnyntonA Height. 4734$433MOATS I ship. Mark Jordan Is the Pa- bustle the ing. a proposal Banquet was held last Saturday -
full-length gown Mrs. Allen Miller cut the the lake home of J. E. New'man council but had received noth "
:' MOT Larnv Nipper. shaped neckline Miss i to be home ing.It Continued on next Page
.... and:! long in serving were 22. sure Is good on was decided to turn deUn-.
BILL'S MARINE PTA NEWS sleeves coming to points over Carol Wolfe, Mrs; Phillip Morris the,-lalro" again." collection bills -
l quent garbage
The regular monthly meet- the hands. Her bouqueTwas of : and Miss Linda Oglesby I BEACH Mr. and Mrs Wilbur ""Red"
HALFS & !SERVICK i : INDIAN over to the city attorney after MURRHEEInsurance
The Fun Fleet's In'' Ing of the Keystone School white carnations. centered Mrs. Perman Roberts kept the NOTESBy Neal were In Tampa over the Councilman Everett Fox pointed
PTA will be held Thursday with an orchid, and she wore a bride's book. NEWS weekend attending the Golden
I'iItar flon4' several accounts
Chrysler' Lon out that
Chrysler Motor.* night. May 18. at 8 p. m., in pearl bracelet a. gift of the After a week's wedding! trip Helen Egan (Lake ftwtit. Fe) Wedding Anniversary. of Mr. still have not paid their bills
the school cafetorlum. Mrs. bridegroom. Her shoulder to South Florida the newly- and Mrs. Julian Co hert. .
!Krrvlcr & "riirt,. for Hy: Rllrhacl. II. Cliltty: for the first six months of the : Murrhee. Agt.General
All Otitbonrdit. Anthony Fedele's class has length veil was attached to a wes:! will be In Keystone during I'h. 475-2171 Sunday guests of Fred and fiscal year and are already In Insurance
of the Please cluster heudplcce. the remainder of the Corlne Thieman were: Jack
rharge program. Casualty "- Marine
( .mo'r R If.. 21 A 26MflroKe. ( (>!\IMUNITV CHURCH the seventh month. Flr
be sure to mark this date of Mrs. Ridaught mother of bridegroom's leave from military &IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAh4 and Janice Williams of Glen said that Auto Bonds
fft'itCLBANERS" Baker
4 75. ; The Candlelight Evening Clerk Joy
your calendar. the bride wore a twopiecepale service. "Hello again", This la St. Mary J. T. and Audry and four five
-I of the Community Chul'ch'Women your two businesses or
blue linen dress with a The bride graduated from Greek) Jim and Jean Greek Keystone' Heights 473-47811
| ACTIVITIES OF DEN I was held at 7:30: p.m (pleased with the weather) residences are delinquent.In .
Den I developed tin theme. pale pink orchid corsage. Mrs. Keystone Heights High School Monday, May'i; with Mrs. Myron "olllfifiT-reporter with just what and children, and Buddy and other action:

Keystone I I '.Mountains of North Amer- Paul mother of the bridegroom and attended St. Johns River Prevail Sr. leading the your looking for Betty Mangrum of Jackson -The city Is ahead of last

Cleaners Inc. ica." during the month of wore beige linen witha Junior College. She Is now employed devotional and the traditional, I am sure that all of you ville, Lisa and Robert Mang- year financially Councilman

I April by having the Cubs relate yellow orchid corsage. I by the Alachua County service recognizing new members were as glad to nee the rain Mum had spent the weekend Charles Donho reported. | SCIIEDULK
O. K. Davis The bride's twin sister, Miss Sheriff's Mr. Paul with their grandparents. Fred SEKVICES
their experiences and tripto ', Department. of the past 'car. we have been getting lately -Marshall Wally Muhlhofer OF
Every Dry Cleaning Service;l various mountain Tangos. Leola Ridaught was maid of also graduated from KUS. He Mrs: Richard' ; SunderlanU, as I was Since we have had Is on vacation thin week and reported he Is "pleasantly sur- ,, PARK
Laundry Finish or Fluff The Cubs also attended Gold honor and wore a pale pink' enlisted In the U. S. Army andIs rhalrnmn of the Nominating the long awaited rain all of will be down workln Corlne prised" with the operation of

2 Day Service I Head Branch State Park brocaded satin. with matching now stationed In South Viet rjnmmittnu, .presented a slate our gardens and flowers are plans to join him Wednesday the overhauled police car. The of-the
Pick tTp II nil DeliveryKyton pillbox, hat and a rshnuldor- night for the rest of the week. I
where L. J. Tanner assistant- nam. 'if offlrpra for the new year. doing much bettor. I didn't Pete and council figured they saved I
473-304I Saturday
in Height : superintendent /gave them a Mrs.! Sarn' McDonald"withdrew like the storm that came with Barton had a fish fry $300 to $400 by repairing! the
tour of the ravine. Mr. the the rain bncauso, we wprr- Joyce purchasing'
guided nor mime and; presented old car Instead of
(CONCRETE! due to the electrical storm five ambulance! calls with the following people en-
\arlous reported without for about '
explained the A lights 2'/i |
Tanner I name of Mrs. Frank Ilgen. a new one.
will be resumed this %::!but\\ four to Bradford County Hospital I joying the fish. ,crab and hush- J30 P.M.
Hawthorne Concrete factors Involved In the formation unanimous, voto was cast. for hours. Our weekend was kind Councilman Fox In a 11:00 A.M. -
of the ravine, and also This is a mixed bout-ball and one to t.he Medical< t fhn following, : President. Mrs. of messed, liP, but It Ix nice puppies; Fred and! Corlne Streets Committee report} said THURSDAYS

& Supply, Inc. presented Interested: observations nament and will run for 8 Center. John Bird; Vice President and galn. thin week. So, I guess iniemdn and and Louise grandchildren Lovell and; the city dump truck has been 7:30:: ( P.M.:
weeks. Entry fee Is $1 per Chief Tvi an'l Tiny
Bennett. R-jy: c
and all with
regarding plants I Program Chairman Mrs. we are pretty pleased repaired. |
nrcm play or $5 If fees are paid at Paul Tyre were appointed: to :a family; Freddie and Mao Wat- FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
MIX' wildlife found in the park. j Frank Ilgon-*> 2nd Vice I'resltrnt the weather. Mr. and -Dor-oho said he !is waitingfor
time. Anyone Interested inpart.Icipating terson anti family; TEAChING
committee the matter
one to discuss
CONCRETE Dana Ooetzman received! his MI-H. William Wulz (Mix4lnnary Bund.' ;IV, my undo and mint Ward and Jamej the Insurance company to
I Mrs. Calvin ;
'( 20 W. Hawthorne Wolf Badge! this month. Frank is asked o con- of securing clertrlc powe-i CIiiiI,.It mali,) ;- Secretary, Mr. and Mrs. Roy !R.: Cren- I let him know the cost of Insurance I Held In The
wy. tact Chairman Freda Wyman. at the recreation urea, which ana Cricket Chitty. All Services
4 1-2Jt! :r:!. 20t1: Bailey and Gary Ooetzman re- SGT. HAROLD RIDAL'OIITIS : is l located at the Key tne! Air :Mm. WHIInm fleam Jr.; Tread shaw and, son Jerry of (iuhnetc-' Mr. and Mrs. Lyle (Frey have for Keystone Beach.I IDonoho Congenial' AtmosphereOf
.rfiverl Gold Arrows, and Donald irer, MmHenry' Mlckle. yule and CJrnndmother Cope- returned to Pennsylvania after also reported that

NURSERY Trlest received a Silver Technlcial COMMENDED Sergeant Harold port.Chief These.' officers, together with land came and spent the day, sornd'ng' two weeks with Mrs.Frey's he has contacted the Clay The LounKe.:
Arrow. Engineer Moody ie- the new members/ were recelv- and enjoyed.' a fish dinner. Sunday sister fInd brother-ln- County health officer about''
L. Ridaught distinguished would be Illegal!
that It
O.C. Carnes Nursery TEEING; : OFF service portej "d during a Candlelight Service night supper guests were ia... IJIud l MI-H. I 10. Hen ton
himself by meritorious to the hlirlra--
Illwnv 100, Flornhomw On Thursday. May 4. the ladles noncommissioned officer In use on Defense "' following the- business my grandparents, Hubert and and fishing! at Marathon. Mrs.
as tank offered by Civil
23 Blilc SK of !Statue '' of the Keystone Woman's neutlng. Palma Chitty of Starke. Benton said 1 that they broughtIn /
charge Tele Communications Director Ray Chance. On motion -
Nursery Stork Thousands doll Association had their Control Office. Communlca? and Fox. Mr This retiring president, Mrtt Wednesday, my aunt :Mrs. a lot of nice yellow tails
of Plants & Fruit Tress to : monthV nine-hole tournament by Bradley Walter UrotlcK conducted thjiMlni'HH < "lara Sulllvnn> nnd, daughter and snapper.I .
rhoo... from. Nice Shads Trees and the luncheon anrf! tlons-Electionlcs Division Deputy Chnnre's offer was declines::: Be.K-ilon when ann.ua Mrs. Mary' Stegall, and holt i I was sure glad( to see the .
Commander for Operaations. -
I with thanks.
Hvergreens & Landscape business meeting. Pansy Hawes Bombardment reports of the various officer children, Lnmar and Lisa wind calm down Monday[( after j,
Headquarters 72 Regarding the fund drive.
Plants. All in containers had first low net with a score All''Force and chairmen were given. Grandmother Copeland came such a windy and rough week Join the
Plant anytime. Camellias & I of, 38. She U to be .congratulated Wing Ramey the following was reported: All ladles Inlcrenled In lh with them and la now staying w.J The lake was so roug'r' .
Base. Puerto Rico from
Donaldson reported that the
n7alent.! as it Is tin dint time work of the Community with us ngafn She "It
December 27. 1962 to December envelopes hid been ordered. : Church Women are Invited tc says (ICwtlnue-d on next Pae1Drarrnon's Brotherhoodof I
Let u* (10 jour lamlioaplngI'hi.ne that she broke 401 Aggie Watson -
BHt-2185 hod second low net. and 9. 1966.During Beam reported that the first attend the annual All Circh ,

Joan Wright had low putts. this pntlr-3 period stuffing would take place on Luncheon (covered dish) at II: 'ft.

IfSEO CARS Th luncheon and meetingwas Seraeant RWaught displayed Friday June 23; McOlave has noon on Monday May\' 15:

held at Eva Halls homeon outstanding professional kill, ordered the stickers: Habcr- Hontrswd will be members O' Plumbingand -

Hanks Used Cars Lake Swan. Kathy Red- knowledge and leadership. stroh will order 1,500 receipts the retiring! Executive Board L

me CASH DISCOUNT fearn assisted Eva In caring which Is unparalleled In ths on 4c post cards: and :Bennett The new officers will preside Systematic I
telecommunications career will produce 3.000 letters. following the luncheon, anc
TERMS I for the guests. field. His recognition of In- T. B. Bryant E. L. Jones.
Mrs. John Bird will prexen '
T5UY SELL TRADE The annual Twilight Tour station wiring deficiencies and Jr.. Deputy Sheriff Fred Ches- her various chairmen. At tlu Supplies Savers '
m. i no'! t>oHWT. nament, which was scheduled
I Initiation of a program to ser and Sheriff Jennings Mur close of the meeting, cad! '
inn 8 :Mllnt 8. Starkr for last Friday, was cancelled -
completely* rewire and replace rhee were admitted t? Ex-Of- iircle will hold a brief organizational -- -- h' -. pi -
some 2.000 circuit Identification flcl- membership.The i ; ''. : -
'riiir' .
Learn To SWIM-Or Swim Better! labels and increased patch panels station. meeting adjourned at The circles will not mee' [,, I .;.. ..' q-i," ,t, "" :. '.$, }.. .n.Ct.
significantly 9:40: p. m. following/ which a :again until the third Monday
reliability. The distinctive accomplishments film. "The Nozzle Man" pro In September.

beautiful modern of Sgt. Rid- vided by the Florida State Fire 'New members presented a Complete Line Plumbing SuppliesjT1ttTiTLt.I The Order of the Day is FOUWAKD) for Systematic
t) aught reflect credit upon himself College( !, was shown by Dick the Candlelight Ceremony wen Savers FORWARD to PredeterminedGoals

:20\IO ft. Pool in and the U. S. Air Force. Sunderland. Miss Matle Smith, Mrs. A. t. _,_ .. witb Purposeful Persistance that Pays Off

Sgt. Ridaught Is the son of GIRL 'SCOUTS" Hallman, Mrs. David Peters : Handsomely t
)) Lovely SettingClasses Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Rid- ENJOV CAMPOUTLast : Mrs. Edna Erlckson, and Mrs 11 $ ,i:

aught Sr of Keystone weekend. 30 members of fcklwln: Nelson. ._ Your "credentials" to membership in this

Start Heights. Olrl Scout Troop 21 attendeda The social hour that followed "brotherhood" consist! of a Savings Account Book

KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS camp-out at Gold Head was hosted 'by the Rebecca from this bank. Your "due!'!," you pay to yourselfin
;\ VOLUNTEER FIREDEPARTMENT Branch State Park. Scoutmaster Circle with Mrs. William War. rflI1uiI1Th.
TUJufleith deposits in account.
every-pay-day your
Jane Nelson Assistant- ren and Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle

The regular monthly meetIng Scoutmaster Dot Farris and a* co-chairmen.

CHILDREN'S CLASSES (age 4 and up) of the Fire Departmentwas Mrs. John KIngsbury assistedthe At the close of morning KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember

Beginners, 10:30: a.m. Advanced, 9:30 a.m. on May 2 at the Fire Station girls In perfecting their I worship last Sunday. E. A. SEPTIC TANKS-MYERS PUMP
with the president. out-door skills. I Rushton, chairman of the Pulpit
ADULT I ley Refrearn Jr., On Saturday, Mrs. Fred I Committee presented the F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fit.
Beginners, 2 pm.-Advanced. 3 p.m. I Chief Bennett Dodd and her daughter, Ro- name of Rev. Leon 11'. Milner

Three lessons a week: Tues.'! Wed., Thurs. fires were attended Hunt// mesa. served as lifeguards. On of Chlco Texas to become pastor Serving Keystone Heights, Lake Geneva, "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly

Call Sirs. Fred Dodd Qualified Instructor month of April. Sunday Kathy McOlave was of the church. The vote Melrose, Starke Community."

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT good sportsmanship. thia and Natalie of WInter original hat (which will be I sonville, were recent visitor I has accepted a position at McDonnell 'YYTYYYYTTTYTYY man One Evlnrude model has II '

HERE N' TIIERU I Haven were weekend guests of judged) or come hatless, if t of Fred and Vera Swearingen Air Base near thai] different positions to mate:
KEYSTONE Charles H. Hlnck returnedlast Mrs. Brown's parents, the H. desired. Mrs. Jesse :Mae: Hicks, Tommy is Fred's cousin. home any water depth. Large, FLOR1DIFTHEATRE

week from a civilian posi- L Ownbeys. of the Gainesville Chapter,, Paul, Lee and Gregory The Melrose Softball Team, Bayless HiwayBy horsepower engines can bi

HILITES tion in East Pakistan. On Monday night of this newly elected Grand Conductress Strandberg were weekend visitors sponsored 'by Ray Brumbaugh, equipped with a power till

The many friends of Mrs. week a special mass was saId will be the honored guest. of Paul's mother, Mrs. J o, gave a "Farewell" ice-cream mechanism which automafi';
................AAAA I Eldon Kimmons will bo glad in memory of Mary Lucille 'MOTHER'S DAY Strandberg. They worked har I party for the McLaughlins, In Mrs. O. E. Crosby cally raises the lower unl I I"I

[From Preceding: Page to learn that she has returned Nelson, at St. Williams, Catholic The OES will havea cleaning yards Saturday, and the lunch room at the Camp nvnt.v.'...?............T", clear of obstacles. 7
to her home on Lake Brooklyn Church. Chapter the wind filled them up with Mr. Brumbaugh presented Mr. Special lower uni's hay- Sho'vtiWeekdays( :

the lifeguard. The girls were after being hospitalized! for last weekend: Mr. Herb unique program and one moss again on Sunday. Sometimes McLaughlin with an engraved CHURCH NEWS given the angler greater free I Sunday 3:00, Saturday I
most appreciative for the serv- several weeks. Nelson attended a HAMFEST worthy of all members attending you just can't win. plaque, inscribed "For Outstanding The revival at Bayless close dom in weed infested areas i! -

Icec rendered Lee Sutton was visiting with Meeting, at the Cherry Plaza next Tuesday night. The Mrs. Jewell Rose and Mr Service" with the ball Sunday with Homecoming and Instead of the radilonal right t Sat., May 13

JR. WOMAN'S CLUB his 'parents, Mr. and Mrs H. LI| Hotel in Orlando. This meetingwas committee, with Mr Vet: and Mrs. D. M. Lowery spent team and In the community.He dinner on the ground with a angle design, the flsnermar 1 Double Feqtufe Program

Myron Prevatt local attorney Sutton, this past weekend.Lee conducted for members of Ownby: as chairman, is "plan- the weekend at Mrs. Rose's also received an autographed record breaking attendance for drive has a wedge-shaped skej r

will be the guest/ speakerat who is serving in the MARS (Military Affiliate Radio ning something "special. place. softball and his Softball! all meetings. Eight members. which slides over obstacles tc(

the regular, monthly meetIng Army, is presently stationed at System]. Mr. Nelson also IIOMEMAKKK.S% : CLUB Joan Miller's class visited shirt. Special guests included were added during the revival corkscrew through cloggei 1 I' ; ft1/It/ ,
of Keystone Junior Wom- Fort Jackaon. S. C. visited with friends in Monte- Picnic time and the final Silver Springs last week, and Rev. and Mrs. James Fink of A beautiful memorial service waters. .

an's Club tonight f Thursday Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Siprelle verde and Winter Garden. meeting of the Keystone Joan enjoyed the deer park Ellam Baptist. Ice cream, for M .8. Rubye Dickens and Reverse gear is another ob

]. Mr. Prevatt will speak on were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homemakers Club will be held since she is a big hunter. Lou cake, fresh strawberries, punch Mrs. Rachel Greene was con vious aid to boatmen. Beside:1

"The importance of Making Chuck Newman last weekend. Wednesday, May 17. Members Miller and her sister, Nell and coffee was enjoyed by all. ducted by Rev. Madeiras at using it to avoid obstacles, the 1t t
Your Will. The meeting will Bill and Mary have. recenty NEWS NOTESFrom hav4 been Invited to enjoy this Thorne, and son Andy of Bill and Thelma Preston 2 p.m. Mrs. O. E. Crosby presented reverse spin rids the piopellei

be held at 7:30: ( p. m.. at the returned, from Sierra Leone outing at the home of Mrs. Gainesville, accompanied them., spent the weekend in Farm- two living rose bushesto of excess weeds. I

Clay Electric building. All Africa, where Bill was a mining [ Preceding Detha Hickey on Route 315 Lou returned to Gainesvillethat In&.on, Ga. visiting with rela- the church to be added tour Despite these built-in aids,I
members and friends are enginrer. They are presently Page] off Highway 21 (second right night to attend the Navy tives of Bill's and to attend memory garden which was the boatman shouldn't become"

urged\ to attend. making their home In of the membership was unanl. turn, about four miles nortn Mothers Club installation of Homecoming at his hometown 'begun last homecoming. Fol- too: over-confident. Pilot know -- --

Friday night May 12 mem- Jacksonville.Mr. mous in favor of this recommendation of Keystone). Call Mr Mildred officers. She did her "Minnie church. lowing the service, singing was how is still important. Navigation -
bers of the Jr. Woman's Club and Mrs. Lawrence P. of a successor to Payton for final planning, Pearl" routine, T. C. Millar Nettle Mann and granddaughter enjoyed. The Harmony Four charts and channel markers -

will sponsor a card party, at O'Brien and daughters, Laurie Dr. A. C. Holt. as transportation will be ar did a pantomime, Peggy Voy- Patricia of Jacksonville of Maxville and the Calvary and buoys will point out t Plus -

7:30: p. m.., at the Municipal arid Lisa, of Charleston: S. C., The Youth Fellowship did ranged. les sang, and Jimmy Wild! spent the weekend hereat Quartet and many other good potentially dangerous areas. A

Building. Donations wilt,be','$1 were visiting last week with not meet last Sunday, as many The meeting will start At sang and played the guitar. their home near the Mel- singers were present. properly balanced load can al-

per person. The funds received I Mrs. O'Brien's parents, Mr. members were enjoying a Fellowship 10 am., with a covered dish They are getting up a groupto rose Bay. Rev. Medelras recognized the so mean the difference be-'I V
will be used for the Scholar'ehip I and Mrs. Bill Dermodiy. Mr. Weekend at O'Leno luncheon at noon. go over to the Naval Hos- Mrs. Blanche Reed has re- oldest member of the church, l"n1J1IIizzzzEz -- III !}JJ T !
I pital and entertain, patients turned after nearly five Mrs. Beulah Kelly, who has .
Fund. Please contact Mrs. and Mrs. O'Brien's son Steve, State Park. The entire Homemakers tween running aground and ,t .
Gloria Trlest for reservations : who will be remembered by The Board of Stewards will Council will hold a Family again. months visit with relatives In been a member for sixty clear sailing. : J
Mr. and Mrs. Howell of Keystone Ohio. Mrs. Reed Is the motherof years. She was presented a :1 k J
at 473-4381 many of the high school and meet at 7:30: p.m. Friday, Picnic on June 2 at Camp Proceed with caution( Even A2 r.1
LITTLE LEAGUEIn college students around town. May 12.EASTERN. Blandlng. Watch for further Heights were Friday Mrs William McLaughlin beautiful purple orchid. though everything look .L r _. 'r .
night supper guests of Mr. Mrfs. Billy Singleton and PERSONALS may : I :. ,. "
Saturday night's games, is presently stationed at VietNam Information. :0..
clear, sand bar lie only'
Belote Drugs defeated: the Vol- : STAR and Mrs Earl Voyles and Mrs. Dock Tison were UBA,>, Mrs. Leah Brown of Jacksonville Inches below/ the may surface. Bu, COLOR"- 'F

unteers. In the second game, Recent guests of Cot and District 8 Grand Instructor! PERSONALSCoon daughter, Peggy. Thursday, Neighborhood delegates to the is spending a few days of CINEMASCOPE rit* ;. j(
Cunningham's Gulf defeated! Mrs. Jim Chessington were Col. Virginia Smith of the Lake Wilson is recovering Mrs. Voyles' niece and her Gateway Council Annual 1 with Mrs. Neta Brown and suspicious floating objects: 2Q. *' AWf *

Scales Red & White. I and Mrs. Frank F Cobery and Butler Chapter attended the from an accident suffered on husband, Punky, and Sac Meeting held recently at the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown. A branch bobbing on the water
Schedule for this Saturdayis son, Charles. Col. Cobery has regular business meeting of May 2 when two fingers of his Walker and two children, Sellers Auditorium In Jackson- 1>Cr. and Mrs. Don Newman could be attached to a sunken

as follows: at 4:30: ( p. m.. just returned from a V-ur of the Keystone OES Chapter on left hand were bruised, and Becky and Tom, of Lakelandwere ville.Mrs. and children spent last week tree. Sun., Mon., Tues.
Volunteers vs Cunningham duty in Viet Nam. Col. and May 2. Her visit was for the one was crushed In a cementmixing visiting.Mr. Evelyn Maser and sons, as guests of her slater, Mr.
Gulf; at 7 p. m.. Scales vs Be'' Mrs. Cobery have purchasedland purpose of Instruction in the machine. and Mrs. C. F. Shaw. John and Phil have moved to and Mrs. L. J. Mlchuls of De- I'' May 14

tote Drugs. in Keystone and have work of the order. Hostesses Mrs. Daisy Hall is now with ver, of West Virginia are Gainesville, and will 'be missedby land. While there, Don caughta .
This week's roster includes made plans to retire here in for the social hour that followed her physician son in New York,I I visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. W. many In our community. 10 i/a ib. bass. I ,111' MIIIAIV/. HIM r.n

members of Belote Drugs: T. the future. were Mrs. Lillian Ennis, City and plans to go to the I I Carpenter for the next two Best wishes in your new home, Mr. and Mrs. Charles New. I nr: W:srK.i.r.; | .( : LYIlIV' UTV.VK!\,:,;

Whisenant M. Shultz, R. Hen; Nancy Wood of Ocala, for- Mrs. Bonnie Jones, and Mrs. home of her married daughterin weeks, along with their Mrs Maser. mans and sons of Gainesville I :
derson, T. Brannon. J. Andrews mcrly of Keystone was visiting Dodle Koons. Baltimore next month to, mother, Mrs. Helen Walker o: I Recent guests of the Dock were guests of Mr. and Mmol mE NIGHT

M. Tyre, T Davis, a.Ooetzman with Kathy McQlave, last attend the son's wedding. Jacksonville. Monday, Mr. anc; IlHona were friends Mr. and. .Newmans' Sunday after- I ,-' .1
J. Akridr/ D. Few, weekend.Mrs. MAD HATTERS LUNCHEON Mrs. F. P. Egan. called on Mrs. Charles Walker and so.1t Mrs. Bob Buel of Gainesville nUn.Mr. I I I .a : Ver:4 rvr... I
H. Wagner, T. Murrhee, I,. The luncheon to be held at Mayor and Mrs. Al Nelson were spending the day wltl ind their son and family Mr. and Mrs. W F. Connersand {.f" i: I
Alice Metz and Mr. and 1 p.m. Saturday, May 13. Is to take the Mrs. Louise Pittman and .\'
Rldaught, J. Martin, and B. Sunday noon the Carpenters.Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Tison of '
Orayson. This completes oui Mrs. H. L. Ownbey were recently open to anyone who would like sanctuary flowers. Mr. NelsonIs and Mrs. Owen Bryant Hampton.Mrs. daughters Cathy and Sue, of I ,THE'iL5. .->-- ,I
roster for this column. We called to St. Petersburg to attend, and is not restricted still quite weak, but remains spent the weekend In Jacksonville Walter Wilson Sr. has Perry, were weekend guests of

would like to say that we feel to attend the funeral of Mrs.Metz's just to members, as first an- cheerful. Should friends! with their niece and hei returned after spending two Rev and Mrs. Dave Medelras GENERALS'
all the boys should be commended Wrl"ht.Mr. brother, C. Perry nounced. Tickets are $1.25 and call, it should be for "not husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey weeks In Massachusetts visitIng and attended Homecoming at '. w de .r. .xea! .".' ,
for their performances may be obtained from Mrs. more than five minutes," he Cbker. with her relatives and Bayless Hlway. Their son and I '. .
individual improvementand and Mrs. Franklin Brown Jo Reed at the Keystone Bank. said. He is now able to sit in Mr. and Mrs H. L. McQualg 'rlends.' All day Sunday, April aaughter-ln-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. --
their all-around display of and twin daughters. Cyn Those attending may wear an a wheel chair In. the living and Gladys Worthy of Way 23rd! there was a welcome Sam Medelras of Gainesville -"'"

room, overlooking a beautiful cross, Ga., spent the weekem home party for Mrs. Wilson Vtolled and attended church.

III = V --- view of Lake Geneva.INDIAN In the Barber's weekend cot with 51 present. Many of the Mr. and Mrs. William Mor- Mil. DC M7as Wed., Thurs., May 15, 16MIRISCH
... guests were friends she hadn't gan and Bob Fortner of Plant
tage.H. B. Schwartz of Kalian- seen in 20 years, especially'wo City were Saturday night sfwuid/ ..cwiO.i pfutsut *ucjHilnn -..
boats died I
BEACHFrom M : rfi -
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES dale was a recent visitor of friends, Mrs. Rainey and guests of Mr. and Mrs: Ed- Insursno papers. tax record," I
Mr. and Mrs. Albert VanNettsfdr Mrs. Lee Lane. Mrs. Wilson ward Norman. ttk, from flr* sad ihsa Pwtitpt yo*
[ proceeding Page a week of fishing. Tht visited her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. FernJe Thomas dofll know. bout Hi* HweulMHadl

Sunday that there was no one luck; was only fair, but Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Logan and daughter of Plant City IX tafi.-designed] (for home or* i I
FARM EQUIPMENT PHOTOGRAPHER fishing much in the big lake. Schwartz thought it was verbnice of Maiden Mass., her brother j and Mrs. Elva Lee Jones of prtvat office flu only end 20W) : f
ugh, weight 125 pounds, I II .
hero the lake. Plant City and Mr. and :Mrs.:
It was all we could do to stayon on and wife Mr. and Mrs. Fred J, ortlldd by Underwriter UbMtorlat -
Appliances) Color TV the dock In that wind. I would like to tell all of Harris of North Reddin, an- Charles Cribbs and chlKren: of W. drop, to COMPANYEDWARD LAUWSOUf

< Stereo Magnavox Ford Tractors BAR E T T S Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Watkins you people who haven't triedit other brother and family Mr. Alachua were Sunday after- sated MIl you eb d N IodIIIo, ;J iuiei SHIRLEri
Zenith Motorola have returned home after yet, that the lake sure feels and Mrs. A. W. Harris Jr. of noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,

H General Electric "South' Most Complete Commercial and Portrait staying two weeks in Kem- good already. So, the next Wakefield, Mass., her mother Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert f LEMMON MaetaINE

"Too Oa A Good Deal At- Ford Dealer" Photography broke, Ga. Mrs. Watkins' slater time you're hot and tired, why and stepfather Mr. and Mrs. Norman and children were din- 1

( Guaranteed Reconditioned Frames &; Custom FramingF. : Ima DeLoach, came: back don't you try it T I think you'll Lee Parker of Farmington, ner guests of the Normans. Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH ncio: M BILLY WILDERI

O. MILLER iI; Tractor for a visit with them. C. J. enjoy It N.H. Mildred also visited her Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Crosby' :it\:! } IRMa' J.8 Douec
p Every Tool Known to FarminJacksonville 1958 Blandinir Blvd. Watkins and nephew, Bill And until next week, here's husband's two sisters and their and children of Brunswick, Ga. I I

"Ib' if.-ii_""*""::.:"'-=' Jacksonville 384-1464 Humphreys, of South Carolina, tile LeeonLKEON'S. . families, Mr. and Mrs. George I and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stanley I TECHNICOtOrPANAVISKMrMi. .JmV -.aa.r.aouiivi -

Jatcksonv are visiting the Watkins' and Moores of Wakefield and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broadwel I .. ..,
the: Bobbins' for a few days ; COKRNEIl and Mrs Richard' Fearon of and sons of Jacksonville wore
Ford Tractor Co. "Roses"Roses
Auto Sales & Service PIANOS Jewell and Marian Williams DerrIck, Mass. She also visited among those from away attending
J. and Anna Lisa visited the our garden her old home site, Golden Hill, Homecoming Sunday.
Beaver\ St. E. of Lane Make our place look gay.
Saturday night
LANDROVER lames Robbins family from Sogess Mass., Mildred and IN
Jax EV9-8851 They make our yard i guests of the O. E. Croubya -
Walter's home for eleven
For l Musical Advice Thursday to Saturday, and
attractive years, where their two children were Rev. and Mrs. Joe Ole-
daughter, Judy, was
C. CARTER NICE When people pass each day. chen and children, Elvin Addison -
The World's) Finest in home for the weekend from were ''born Mildred crowded as

4 Wheel Drives MOBILE HOMES\ USED Jacksonville.\ Saturday, Dave it you want them pretty. much visiting as possible in Joe Shadowena, and Jim SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN

Sold and Saavlced.'by m"'I'} '" and Betty Nan.tz and three You have to rake and hoe. those two weeks, meeting Johnson I Rev.of M.Green D. Medelras.Cove Springsand ADMISSION: : Adults '/5c, "Stu&nta: 60c
Robert Chevrolet \ I Std sons of Jacksonville, were And then you get your payoff, nieces and nephews she had
Mr and Mrs. Lee Children Under 12 Free
Flakes of
Green Cora Spring! SdJ 3 J. & J. Swap Shop .,.......-..... ..- G.x .. .,_.!'/1i.f visiting. Mrs Nantz is Mrs.obblns' When you relax and watch never eleven seen and. other relativesIn Jacksonville visited Mr. and

Jacksonville Z64-9GM, Established 1948 sister. them grow. years. Mrs. C. C. Crosby and attended FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY
Mrs. H- T. Smith and daughter
USED TRAILERS Chlchierlng &: Techla McGrlff, were visitIng Some folks like them yellowAs church Sunday.Mr. MAY 13
12. 14
( Campers from 8' 20" and Mrs. Edward Norman ,
JEEP' Other Name Brand i Mr. and Mrs. C. F. SmithIn they grow them in the bed
"vehiclest !Mobile Home 32' 65 Belleview last Friday and But as for me, I've always were visiting Mr. and' TRIPLE COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW
Trades Bank: P'ln8J':1ng PIANCX3 CONN GROANS preferred, Mrs. Ray Morris of Gainesville -
; Mrs Smith's
Saturday grandon -
.t Wagoneer Station 2651 Park Jacksonville
Jeep 388-8519
>, and his wife, Mr. and :Mrs.: My nice big roses red. Monday night.
Wagons Hgwy. 21, Orange Park St. William's Sunday. Mrs. Curtis White entertained Can they steal the

Jeep Universal .- .-. TeL 264-8324 William Murray; and Mrs.Charlie Lots of people plant them, 'Mass, 7:30: () a. m. Wednesday, with a birthday party honoring Nashville Sound?
Evans of Jacksonville
Jeep Gladiator Tracks : And grow them in their yard Mass and Novena 7 p. minterdemonlaat her daughter, Joyce, on .
Authorize Service PICTURE FRAMES\ were visiting Saturday and When you get down to it, her tenth birthday Saturday

Approved Parts MOTORCYCLESHONDA\ Sunday. It's not so very hard. tonal afternoon at. her home. About 1
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Boswell THE
Community Church Dr.
4. Wheel Drive Wheel twenty: young guests enjoyedthe
Drfve stave returned from a trip to Roses are really beautiful <\. C. Holt, minister; Mrs
t:ha Blue Ridge and SmoUle When they are in bloom. George Canova, organist. : afternoon with Joyce. The
party decorated
EDDIE BLAND Mountains in Tennessee, and And they brighten up the Sunday School, 0:30: a.m. rooms were
MOTORS Picture Framing North\ and South Carolina house, Morning Worship, 11 a.m. with balloons. Games were enjoyed .'tarring
MOTORCYCLES Mrs., Boswell said that ,there Just to bring them in the Vursery open both hours. j and delicious refreshments Del R..".* Roy Drnskywrii
855 W. ADAMS Picture Framing OrlglnaJ.JkCKIiIONVIJ..LE was snow the mountaintops room. of Ice cream anu cake wrii -
) 85-1.7781 ALL MOD! Paintings Unframed Prints t yet, but the spring Presbyterian were served. yje_. Sacra X........ sad.ecIai.....Nave

Merchants Oreen Stamp Matting's Framed Pie Mowers were beautiful. They When I'm dead and burled, Faith Presbyterian Church Mrs. DeLores Craig aid 13 swinging HUMS ZW FINQEa-SNAPPUT COLOR
Parrish Motors Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. tures (IMlrror Framing bought, a summer cottage in I hope someone will save. -Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., min children: of Jacksonville wore -I- A

Tues., Wed., Thurs., FrI. Decorator Help. Hendersonville, N. C., and will Just enough of their money, listen Mrs. W. A. Wallace, organist weekend guests of Mr. and

rw; Open Sat.Sunday 8 P.M DO. going there soon to stay To put red roses on my ; Mrs. Carl Swisher, airs: Perry Lyons.
1045 Park St. 5 Point
8HRVXCHB &; Monday Jax f For the next few months. grave ummer organist.Sunday

PART MOTORS A CYCLES 353-8551 Mr. and Mrs. Norm. School 9:45: : a.m. ..-r fM-9 M'i ilOGEST MUSICAfiRdW, -I

Barber and children were inVUdwood. 'TTTVYTtTTTTTYTYTTYTTl VTornlng Worship, 11 a.m. CINEMASCOPE! -- *

4949 Blandlng Blvd. and Oxford, attending Sunday, (Nursery open both (' mbel'Ie9
82 Yean A* A Dwilor Jacksonville 771-8244 SEWING. CENTER the Warnick reunion. Melrose/ hours.) SEVEN BRIDESCONTRACT
Always Good Used CmMl e I
Betty Griffin of Griffin'sLodge ..... i.... ....
I "AJ Episcopal Ql/ .
Jacksonville said that the (
LauraNSS St. Anne' Rev. W. W. do % JgJ pLOR COI.Oj;
8IS6- Mt H. & N. !
has I !I slowed down the past [From proceeding Page] _'00 ,
vVoratall, vicar.Morning .
MUSIC SEWING CENTER week However, she says the and Sermon ............- -.IARE-P01I41J. HOWARD mt .
BEAUTY ACADEMY' a hellcrackers have started on Qalnesvllle honoring the 1967 Prayer -------
graduating the I 2nd and 4th Sundays
class largest .
the beds, and should be on ,
American 1967 Singer rood by this weekend. Mr. and ever to graduate from Melrose }::30 ajn. (nursery open.)
High School Holy Eucharist and sermon
Music Co. VIrs. Fllland of Tampa, andMr.
Hairstyling Auto Zig Zag Duplicate Bridge winners 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: ( a.
., and :Mrs.! Doyle Parker
Academy > Bond &: String Instrument Like New e:aught a few bas Clifton last week were: 1st place no. (nursery open). Church
Gibson Guitars .& Mrs. C. W. Hardy and Mrs School 9:30: a.m. "Holy Eucharist -
SI W. MONROE AmpUfierJACKSONVILLE load of Jacksonville, caught
School Console Model makes F. T. Hogue. 2nd place Mist : 8 a.m. each Sunday.
BuppUInatnlotion fancy def Ive bass, the largest weighed 8
8359591Riverside- Roberts Recorders ilgns, stitches, monograms f lYe pounds, over the weekend. lya[ Hlllyer and :Mrs: John Evening!: ; Prayer, 7:30: p.m.each ; Music Strawn.; 3rd place Mrs. S. P Sunday. EYC, 6:30: p.m.
-Expart The Team
Tarpons Aquatic
sews buttons
on ,
; and s sob Sunday.
Mrs.V. F. Welch
Repair Department make ''button holes A: blind A f t which the Kites' daughter, llh, Mrs, By Lynn Hamilton
place Gay Livingston offices
Hairstyling llcla, Is a member, won first Dally of Morning PAINTING I r
roe St. stitches. No attachments d ass honors at the Aquatic and Mrs. Ray Starnes. a tnd Evening Prayer, 8:00: a.m. MODERN, OUTBOARDS

Academy .Jackso"vm'" :335-8447 Demonstrator $601'& $8 pel'S emlnar In DeKalb, HI. last Church Training and Prod rid 5:00: p.m. ft ..KE BOATING EASIER

:2659 PARK ST. 8310 Beach Blvd. mo. Call Jax 771-1850 w reek. gtam: Planning Session at Melrose Many shallow and obstruc', i

JACKSONVILLE 388-8537 Jacksonville 3O&-3091 H. & N. Sewing Ctr. Mr. and Mra. Joe Stevens Methodist::\ will be held at -LutheranLutheran sty waterways have been ope.IIid No Job '
Accredited the church on May 28, 2:30-: Church of Keystone Too Large
0 f t Jacksonville, were visiting up to the fisherman and
Qualified Instructors SJ30, P.M. This Is for all mem- Heights; Vicar Richard
the "Lucky" Lutgens on Sun- Bruising: enthusiast thanks to
!Modem Jtrs' of the Official! Board and Meyer, minister No Job Too
Styling .. Small
the modern
ay. Lucky said the rough outboard's built- .
Monthly: Classes -V -- ,......... w ill. Commission members.Mr. Divine worship Sunday 11 .
WESTERN STORE ater Sunday rank one of I in helps spiced with a little
"Where tomorrow'. stylist: OPTICIAN .a..._. ._.-......J.- -; t heir. boats that was tied outi and Mrs. C. R. Wesley I a. m. Holy Communion 2nd ?,llot, know-how.
are trained" and Mrs. Nancy Bass is visiting Sunday: of each month.
I the
I lake. Probably the most Important
this week in Eau Gallie Services held each Sunday single STANLEY I LYONS
Betty and Dee Morris have engineering improvement -
Wesley's daughterand at St. Anna' ]Eniscopal
been busy painting the Inside : Is the slip clutch. When .* <..
Peavy Brothers Western Store 0 t t their house. W. Easterllng.Mr.family, Mr.. and Mrs. E. Church, Keystone lelghts, t the: propeller hits an underwater P. o. BOX 3.1 't.oO

Henry Norsworthy, Connie obsructlon, it slips and
Electric Co. ''ROrESSIOMAL OPTrCAI ''Where TouTI rind Everything !: laydick[ Helen Walsh, and and Mrs.., E. M. Robin In then grips again once (\you're \CCLENNYt FLORIDA

7OM.ANV For the HorsEnthusiast" TaoldBervieedRepalyed om Hagen of Jacksonville, son spent last Sunday St. JBaptlrt past. .. the obstacle. The slip
Augustine as guests of Jacksonville
were vlalf.lngHenry's parents, C:lutch> Is standard equipmentn
Worship : Sunday
> Prescriptions Filled y Ir[ and :Mrs. I W. "Pap" Chapter of the Florida almost outboard Call
Western every :
Clothing 11 Collect
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Generator*-Starter* Broken Lenses Duplicated Trailers Laryngestomy: Association. a. m.. 7:30: p. m. [nursery for
goods, Saddles and JorsworUiy, Friday night and pen, ]. whether a small fishing motor
Alterations Artificial Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
EyesEyewear S aturday. They enjoyed skiing jr larger unit for runabouts or Any Information
Charles & Sharon Petty
Armature K wladta Specialists 1 lam McLaughlin:: (Bill and Sunday School. 0:45: a. m.
on Saturday. Pap and Reba c:mlsers.
962 So. Ed od AT.
4044 ,Lenox Ave... : 213 Laura St. Jax 856-5393 Jacfcsonvffl ew$ Norsworthy were in Ocala, Retia), Bab and Doug will Cnursery: open]. Training TJiv Variable tilt positions for 2593084MacclennyP4GE
JacloonrllU .81-=,* 1031 Park St. Jsx. 834-3618 letting on Sunday. surely miss .them but wish C on. 6:30: p. m. [nursery open] the: motor can be used to raise

Tommy and Clarlse Thomp- them: much success In Titus- Rev. Lawrence Carroll, t he lower unit clear of underwater

ton and three children of Jack- villa, their new location. BH: past*. shoal or obstructions .. .. ,- -

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good sportsmanship. thia. and Natalie of Winter original hat (which will bo' sonville, were recent visitor has accepted a position at Mc.. ,yvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy r One Evinrude model has 16 I .

HERE N' THERE Haven were weekend guests of judged) or come hatless, Ii of Fred and Vera Swearingen.I Donnell Air Base near their. different positions to mater
KEYSTONE Cha.rles H.: Hinck returned Mrs. Brown's parents, the H. desired. Mrs. Jesse Mae Hicksof I Tommy is Fred's cousin. home. any water depth. Large I FLORIDA[

last week from a civilian position L. Ownbeys.On the Gainesville Chapter, Paul, Lee and Gregory The Melroae Softball Team,, Bayless Hiway horsepower engines can be .'

HIL1TES in East: Pakistan. Monday night of this newly elected Grand Conductress Strandberg were weekend vlsl sponsored 'by Ray Brumbaugh,, equipped with a power tilt

The many friends of Mrs. week a special mass wns said will be the honored guest.MOTHER'S tors of Paul's mother, Mrs. Jo gave a "Farewell" ice-cream mechanism which automatIcally I- ; THEflTBE

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Eldon Kimmons will bo glad in memory of Mary Lucille DAY Strandberg. They worked hard party for the McLaughllns, In By Mrs O. E. Crosby raises the lower unit .

[From PrecedMs Page to learn that she has returned Nelson at St. Williams: Catholic The OKS will have cleaning yards Saturday, and the lunch room at the Camp.Mr. .rVVVVVVVVVVyyyyyyyVVICHURCH clear of obstacles. I .
to her home on Lake Brooklyn, Church. Chapter the wind filled them up with Brumbaugh presented Mr. Special lower unlfs hav Sho'wtbJle--Wlekdays

the lifeguard. The girls were after being hospitalized for Last weekend::!, Mr. Herb a unique of all program members and attending one mos again on Sunday. Sometimes McLaughlin with an engraved NEWS given the angler greater freedom Sunday 3CO, Saturday

most appreciative for the services several weeks. Nelson attended: a HAMFEST worthy you Just can't win plaque, Inscribed "For Outstanding The revival at Baylesa closed I in weed Infested areas.
rendered.JR. Lee Sutton was visiting with Meeting, at the Cherry Plaza next Tuesday night. The Mrs. Jewell Rose and Mr. Service" with the ball Sunday with Homecoming and I Instead of the radlional right Sat., May\ 13
with Mrs. VetsOw'nby
WOMAN'S CLUB his parents, :Mr.: and Mrs. H. LI| Hotel In Orlando. This meetingwas committee Is and Mrs. D. M. Lowery spent team and in the community. dinner on the ground with a angle design the flmerman Double Feqtufe ProgramPlus

Myron Prevatt local attorney Sutton, this past weekend.Lee conducted for members of : as chairman "planning the weekend at Mrs. Rose's !He also received. an autographed record breaking attendance for drive has a wedge-shaped sketi

will be the guest speaker I who is serving in the MARS (Military Affiliate Radio something "special. place. softball and his aoftba! all meetings. Eight members I which slides over obstacles to

at the regular monthly meetIng Army is presently stationed at System] Mr. Nelson also IIOMEMAKRRS: ; CLUB Joan Miller's class vlaltec! shirt. Special guests Included were added during the revival.. corkscrew through clogged

of Keystone Junior Wom Fort Jackson S. C. visited with friends in Monte- Picnic time and the final Sliver Springs last week, and Rev. and Mrs. James Fink of A beautiful memorial service waters. .

an's Club tonight I Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Siprellewere verde and Winter Garden. meeting of the Keystone Joan enjoyed the deer pal k Ellam Baptist. Ice cream, for M s. Rubye Dickens and Reverse gear Is another obvious -

1. Mr. Prevatt will sneak on visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homemakers Club will be held since she la. a big hunter. Lou cake, fresh strawberries, punch Mrs. Rachel Greene was conducted aid to boatmen. Besides
Chuck Newman' last weekend. Miller and her sister Nell and coffee by Rev. Madeiras at
"The Importance of Making Wednesday, May 17. Members was enjoyed by aIL using it to avoid obstacles the,
Your Will." The meeting will Bill and Mary have recenty NEWS NOTESFrom have been Invited to enjoy this Thome and son Andy of Bill and Thelma Preston 2 p.m. Mrs. O. 1C. Crosby presented reverse spin rids the ;piopeller:

be held at 7:30: p. m., at the returned; from Sierra Leone outing at the home of Mrs. Gainesville, accompanied them. spent the weekend In Farm two living rose bushesto of excess weeds.;!

Clay Electric buildfciff. All Africa, where Bill was a mining [ Preceding- Page Detha Hickey on Route 315 Lou returned to Gainesville\ lngt.on, Ga. visiting with relatives the church to be added to Despite these built-in aids,
members and friends are engineer. They are presently ] off Highway 21 (second right that night to attend the Navy of Bill's and to attend our memory garden which was the boatman shouldn't become

urged to attend. making their home in of the membership was unanimous turn, about four miles nortn Mothers Club Installation of Homecoming at his hometown begun last homecoming. Following too over-confident. Pilot know

Friday night May 12. memo Jacksonville. In favor of this recommendation of Keystone). Call Mrs. Mildred officers. She did her "Minnie church. the service, singing was how is still important. Navigation -
bers of the Jr. Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. of a successor to Payton for final planning. Pearl" routine, T. C. Miller Nettle Mann and grand- enjoyed. The Harmony Four charts and channel markers -
will sponsor a card party at O'Brien and daughters, Laurie Dr. A. C. Holt. as transportation will be ar did a pantomime, Peggy Voy- daughter Patricia of Jacksonville of Maxvllle and the Calvary -
and will point out
7:30: p. m.. at the Municipal arid Lisa of Charleston.: S. C., The Youth Fellowship did ranged. les sang, and Jimmy Wildt spent the weekend here Quartet and many other good A
potentially dangerous areas
Building. Donations wUlbe.,101r were visiting% last week! with not meet last Sunday, as many The meeting will start at sang and played the guitar. at their home near the Mel- singers were present balanced load also -
properly can
person. The funds received Mrs. O'Brien's parents, Mr. members were enjoying a Fellowship 10 am., with a covered dljh They are getting up a groupto rose Bay. Rev. Medelraa recognized the be-
the difference
will be used for the Scholarship -i and :Mrs. Bill Dermodtv. Mr. ( Weekend at O'Leno luncheon at noon. go over to the Naval Hospital Mrs. Blanche Reed has returned oldest member of the church, mean.
rmiilli---- zzzzEz -- ill ._.,l.Is.a ,
and entertain.. after Mrs. Beulah Kelly who has ,
Mrs. patients five ,
Fund. Please contact and Mrs.\ O'Brien's son Steve State Park. The entire Homemakers nearly -
Gloria Trlest for reservations.at who will be remembered by The Board of Stewards will' Council will hold a Family again. months visit with relatives In been a member for sixty clear tween running agiound and

473-4381. many of the high school and meet at 7:30: Friday Picnic on June 2 at Camp Mr. and Mrs. Howell of Keystone Ohio. Mrs. Reed Is the mother years. She was presented a sailing.
p.m. !
with caution Even
Proceed ; :
LITTLE LEAGUE college students around town May 12.EASTERN. Blanding. Watch for further Heights were Friday of Mrs. William McLaughlln.Mrfs. beautiful purple orchid.
In Saturday night's rr :mes,1 Is presently stationed at Viet, Information. night supper guests of Mr Billy Singleton and PERSONALSMrs. though everything may look : -,.
Belote Drug defeated! the Vol- Nam.' STAR and Mrs. Earl Voyles and Mrs. Dock Tlson were UBA, Leah Brown of Jack- clear a sand bar may lie only COLOR.' ',. ';

unteers. In the second game,, Recent guests of Col. and district 8 Grand Instructoi PERSONALSCoon daughter Peggy. Thursday, Neighborhood delegates to the sonville Is spending a few days Inches below the surface. Be I CINCMASCOP

Cunningham's Gulf defeated! Mrs. Jim Chesslngton were Col. Virginia Smith of the Lake Wilson is recovering Mrs. Voylea' niece and het Gateway Council Annua I with Mrs. Neta Brown and suspicious of floating objects.A 2o'jA'4

Scales Red & White. and Mrs. Frank F. Cobery and Butler Chapter attended the from an accident suffered on husband Punky, and Sac Meeting held recently at the Mr. and< Mrs. Howard Brown. branch bobbing on the water

Schedule for this Saturday son, Charles. Col. Cobery has regular business meeting of May 2 when two fingers of his Walker and two children, Sellers Auditorium In Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Don Newman.s could be attached to a sunken -
the Keystone OES left hand were bruised, and Becky and Tom of Lakelandwere ville. and children spent last week tree.
Is as follows: at 4:30: p. m.. just returned from a t"ur of Chapter on Sun. :Mon.\ Tues.
Volunteers vs Cunningham duty in Viet Nam. Col. and :May: 2. Her visit was for the one was crushed in a cement visiting.Mr. Mrs. Evelyn Maser and sons, as guests of her sister. Mr. ,

Oulf: at 7 p. m.. Scales vs Be- Mrs. Cobery have purchasedland purpose of instruction in the mixing machine. I and Mrs. C. F. Shaw- John and Phil have moved to and Mrs. L. J. Michals of De- May 14

lote Drugs. in Keystone, and have work of the order. Hostesses Mrs. Daisy Hall Is now with ver, of West Virginia, are Gainesville, and will be missedby land. While there, Don caughta
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This week's roster Includes made plans to retire here In for the social hour that followed her physician son In New York I I' visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. W. many In our community 10 V4 lb. bass. "" ri' t'l1fI.' "

members of Belote Drugs: T.Whisenant. the future. were Mrs. Lillian Ennis, City and plans to go to the I Carpenter for the next twe Best wishes in your new home, Mr. and. Mis. Charles New- ; I IF .wSplKdV.,1.:; : "Iiflt' J.rrlimE \;;;

M. Shultz R. Hen Nancy Wood of Ocala: formerly Mrs. Bonnie Jones, and Mrs. home of her married daughterin weeks, along with their :Vtrs. Maser. mans and sons of Gainesvillewere -

derson, T. Brannon. J. Andrews of Keystone, was visiting Dodle Koons.I Baltimore next month to mother, Mrs. Helen Walker o.; Recent guests of the Dock guests of Mr. and Mrs NIGHT:

M. Tyre, T Davis G. with Kathy McOlave last: attend the son's wedding.Mrs. Jacksonville. Monday, Mr. an<. Tlsons were friends Mr. and ois!! .Mewmana, Sunday after- ,I
MAI) -
Ooetzman. J. Akrlds D. Few, weekend. HATTERS LUNCHEONThe F. P. Egan. called on Mrs. Charles Walker and so.it: Mrs. Bob Buel of Gainesville nlin. ,Ioo\'W "
H. Wagner T. Murrhee L. luncheon to be held at Mayor and Mrs. Al Nelson were spending the day with\ tnd their son and family Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Connors Or' !/. .
Mrs. Alice
Ridauffht. J. Martin, and B. Metz and Mr. andMrs. 1 p.m. Saturday May 13, is Sunday noon to take the the Carpenters.Mr. and Mrs. Bobby TIson ot and Mrs. Louise Pittman and ':"

Orayson. This completS oui : H. L. Ownbeiy were recently open to anyone who would like sanctuary flowers. Mr. Nelson and Mrs. Owen Bryanl Hampton.Mrs. daughters, Cathy and Sue, of I .ThE' ,_ ? '

roster for this column. We called to St. Pete sburg to attend, and Is not restricted'! Is still quite weak, but remaIns spent the weekend In Jackson- Walter Wilson Sr. has Perry, were weekend guests of i -

would like to say that we feel to attend the funeral of Mrs.Mets's I just to members, as first an cheerful. Should friends villa with their niece and hei returned after spending two Rev. and Mrs. Dave Medelras 'SENERALS.

all the boys should be commended Wright brother, C. Perry nounced. Tickets are $1.25 and call, It should be for "not husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harvej weeks In Massachusetts visItIng and attended Homecomi'ig at i III ... "' tilt. .,'
be r-
may obtained from Mrs. more than five minutes," he Coker. Baylesa Hiway. Their and I
for their performances :Mr. with her relatives and son '. >\..
individual improvement and twin and Mrs. Franklin Brown Jo Reed at the Keystone Bank. said. He is now able to sit In Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McQual 'rlends.' All day Sunday April! !laughter.In-law, Mr. and Mrs. --_. _
daughters Cyn- Those attending may wear an wheel chair In, the living Sam Medetras of ---Th
and their all-around display of a and Gladys Worthy of Way 23rd there was a welcome Gainesville

.- room, overlooking a beautiful cross, Ga., spent the weeken home party for Mrs. Wilson visited and attended church.

..-= -" =i view of Lake Geneva.INDIAN In the Barber's weekend cot. with 51 present. Many of the Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan UAJtXMM \ Wed., Thurs., May 15, 16
'guests were friends she hadn't and Bob Fortner of Plant
tage.H. B. Schwartz of Hallan. seen In 20 years, especially City were Saturday night IpOUld/ ., .1111099! JfOV pfOttd MCI
BEACHFrom things H McurltlM, bonds, dee,
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES dale was a recent visitor 01( wo friends Mrs. Rainey and guests of Mr. and Mrs.\. Edward IniMrinot papw* IM words

( proceeding Page] Mr. and Mrs. Albert' VanNetta L I Mrs. Lee Lane. Mrs. Wilson Norman.Mr. fe,from (In ind theft Ptrtiaps yet i
for a week of fishing. Th /Islted her sister and family, and Mrs. FernJe Thomasand don't know bout Bit Hercules

Sunday that there was no one I luck was only fair, but Mr Mr and Mrs. Albert Loganof daughter of Plant City I Usd11 IX Mil-designed"' for home or
FARM EQUIPMENT\ PHOTOGRAPHER fishing much In the big lake. Schwartz thought It was very Maiden Mass., her brother and Mrs. Elva Lee Jones of _private attics iVi\ only 20li4
nice here the lake.I Plant City and Mr. and Mrs. han, weigh 123 pounds, end IsotrtIlled '
It was all we could do to stayon on and wife Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. '
Appliances Color TV the dock In that wind. I would like to tell all 01 Harris of North Reddln, an- Charles Crlbba and chl'-.ren: of' IIItIIIte& We Invite by Underwrltwt'to libI t 1tI I MIRISCH COMPANYEDWARD LAUtRSOrtLEMMON

. Zenith Motorola
kina have returned home after yet, that the lake sure feels I I :and Mrs. A. W. Harris Jr. of guests of Mr. and Mrs.

b General Electric "South's Most Complete Commercial and Portrait staying two weeks In Kent- ,, good already. So, the next Wakefield, Mass., her mother Norman Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ,MaetalNE
"You Gel A. Good Deal A*- Ford Dealer" Photography broke, Ga. Mrs. Watkins' slater time you're hot and tired, why and stepfather Mr. and Mrs. Norman and children were dinner II I I

Guaranteed Reconditioned S Frames & Custom Framing Ima DeLoach, came back I don't you try It? I think you'll], Lee Parker of Farmington, guests of the Normans. Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH rirBILLY. WILDER'Sl8t

F. O. MILLER@A; Tractor for a visit with them. C. J enjoy It N.H. Mildred also visited herhusband's Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Crosbyand :!t;' IRMa'9OIJETECHNICOLOR'
((9 .. = Jacksonville 384-1464 / Leeon . amlllfs Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stanley PANAVISKWKVIAMD
of South George
It..B...f KM TIm3Mi I..V Humphreys, Carolina II tMHI UMTW MTWT.
lacknvme JacksonvilleFord _ _ _,, are visiting the Watkins' and LKKON'S: COKRNElt Moorea of Wakefield and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broadwell I. .- ., ..,
and Mrs. Richard' P' of and sons of Jacksonville wtic
the Robbins' for a few days. aron
Tractor Co. "Roses"Roses .
Auto Sales & Service' PIANOS Jewell and Marian Williamsand \ Derrick Mass. She also visited among those from away attending

....T---; Anna Lisa visited the In our garden. her old home site, Golden Hill, Homecoming Sunday.
LANDROVER r Beaver St. E. of Lane James Robbins family from Make our place look gay. Sogess, Mass.. Mildred and Saturday night supper i; 301 DRIVE-IN

Jftx: EVO-8851 For Musical Advice Thursday to Saturday, and They make our yard Walter's home for eleven guests of the O. E. Crosbys

_ C. CARTER NICE their daughter, Judy, was attractive years, where their two children were Rev. and Mrs. Joe Ole.
people pass each day. chea and children
The World's :Finest !In home for the weekend from were ''born. Mildred crowded an Elvin Addl-

4 Wheel Drtvea MOBILE HOMES USED Jacksonville. Saturday, Dave it you want them pretty. much visiting as possible In son, Joe Shadowens, and Jim: SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDQWN
Johnson of
Sold and Serviced and Betty Nan.tz and three You have to rake and hoe. those two weeks, meeting Green Cove Springsand
fq'I' ;' houa/r'/!! i J Rev. M. D. Mrdelras. ADMISSION: Adults YSc, 'Slu-Teiita!\ 60e
KobertV) Chevrolet \ l' / : II sons of Jacksonville, were And then you get your payoff,, nieces and nephews she had
tot. i. Uld Mr and Children Under 12
< Mrs. Lee Flakes Free
Green Cove Spring, 30)3 J. & J. Swap Shop ...1......... .- ..._-j.'"..... 1 visiting. Mrs Nantz Is Mrs.Robbins' When you relax and watch never eleven seen and, other relativesIn. Jacksonville visited Mr. and t -
sister. years.
Jacksonville 284-0COA Established 1948 Mrs. H. T. Smith and daughter them grow. __Jtvn_____ f_*._ /_**__ Ofnuhv_!.___" _u n,1_ _ntfAn.4-.. .._- FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY.',,,
USED TRAILERS 4e Some folks like them ed church Sunday.Mr. .
Chicherlng yellowAs
Techla McGrlff, were visitIng
lEE I P' Campers from 8' 2& Other Name Brands Mr. and Mrs. C. F. SmithIn they grow them In the bed and Mrs. Edward Nor MAY 12, 13, 14
** Belleview last Friday and But as for me, I've always man were visiting Mr.\ :and
Vehicles. m Trades Bank Financing PIANOS CONN GROANS preferred, Mrs. Ray Morris of Gaines
Saturday. Mrs. Smith's grandson -
S Jeep Wagoneer Station 26.'ill'ark Jacksonville 388-8519 ville
and his wife, Mr. and Mr*. My nice big roses red. Monday night.
Wagons Dfwj. 21. Orance Park _ _ William St. William's 3und y p Mrs. Curtis White entertain. Can they steal the
Jeep UniversalS .. "> TeL 264-6324 Charlie Evans Murray of;Jacksonville and Mrs. Lots of people plant them, "Mass, 7:30: a. m. Wednesday,,. ed with a birthday party honoring Nashville Sound?

Jeep Gladiator Track And grow them In their yard. Mass and Novena 7 p. m..nterd her daughter, Joyce, on ,
Authorize Service PICTURE FRAMES were visiting Saturday and When you get down to it, her tenth birthday Saturday!
Parts MOTORCYCLESHONDA\ Sunday.Mr. It's not -. 'monlnRtlon..1. !
Approved so very afternoon at her home. About
_ and Mrs.
S 4 Wheat Drive % Wheel Andy Community Churen I>r., twenty THE
Drive have returned from a trip to Roses are really beautiful, V C. Holt, minister; Mrs.. young guests enjoyedhe
SPILLERS.MOTORS the Blue Ridge and Sntokle When they are in bloom. George Canova, organist. afternoon with Joyce. The
EDDIE BLAND party rooms were decnrated
Mountains in Tennessee, and And they brighten up the Sunday School, 9:30: a.m... ,
I Inc. Picture FramingPicture North and South Carolina. house Morning Worship, 11 a.m., with balloons. Games woe enjoyed -. liflln' *
MOTORCTOLEB Mrs. Boswell said that ,there Just to bring them In the :Vursery open both hours. and delicious refreshments Del R..v.* Roy DmskyMi
655 W. ADAMS Framing OrlgtnaJ.JkCKIiONVIT..LE the of ice cream anu cake -
was snow on mountain room.
834.7761 ALL ItOIXELB Paintings Unframed Prints tops yet, but the spring Presbyterton were served. &lo B.WM E.f It X.L.wb ami AlIecIaI .....stars
Merchant Green Stamp Mattlngs Framed Pictures When I'm dead and burled Mrs. DeLores Craig ami]
flowers 'were beautiful. They Faith Presbyterian Church 13 iwiaqino';tun. IN riNQER-StfAPPIN' COLOR
Parrish Motors Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. !Mirror Framing bought a summer cottage InHendersonvllle I hope someone will save. 'Rev.. J. R. Neale Jr., min, children of Jacksonville were

Tues., Wed., Thurs., FrI. Decorator Help. N C, and will Just enough of their money later Mrs. W. A. Wallace, or- weekend guests of Mr. and

ri; ... Open Sat. 8 A.M. 6 P.M. 1045 be going there soon to stay To put red roses on my ranlat; Mrs. Carl Swisher,,, Mrs. Perry Lyons. I
Park St. 5 Points
Closed St. II
Sunday Monday .
BKRVIOB Jax 833-8551 for the next few months. grave ummer organist. ---I
Mr. and Mrs. Normlie.Barber Sunday School, 9:43: a.m. :: rM-0-M'
_ _ vvyyyyyyyyyyyyyVVyyyy .:
and children were in Vfornlng Worship, 11 a.m. i -_
4949 Blanding Blvd. Wildwood and Oxford, attendIng Sunday, (Nursery open both I '
83 Y.. ... SEWING' CENTER Melrose Iey
n A DmJer Jackaonvillo 771-8244 the Warnick reunion. hours.)
Always Good Used Can _ _ __ Betty Griffin, of Griffin's i i t' ,
Ml Laura $t. Jacb 263-3634 H. & N. Anne's Rev. W. W.
MUSIC has slowed down the past [From proceeding Page] A'orstall, vicar.

BEAUTY ACADEMY SEWING CENTER week shellcrackers However have, she started says the on, Gainesville honoring the 1987 Morning Prayer and Sermon -

graduating class, the largest 2nd and 4th Sundays _
the beds, and should be on ,
American 1967 Singer. good by this weekend. Mr. and ever to graduate from Melrose J:30: ajn. (nursery open.)

Hairstyling Paulus Music Co. Auto Zig Mrs. Fllland of Tampa, anJ High School Holy Eucharist and sermon
Zag Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Parker Duplicate Bridge wlnnerr 1st and 3rd Sunday, 9:30: a.

Academy Band & String Instrument Like New caught a few bass. Clifton l last week were: 1st place. m. (nursery open). Church

21 W. MONROE Gibson Guitar *V AmplifiersJACKSONVILLZ853.9591 Good of Jacksonville, caughtfive Mrs. C. W. Hardy and Mrs School, 9:30: ajn. "Holy Eucharist -

School SUPPUIMtruotton Console :Model makes fancy designs bass, the largest weighed P. T. Hogue. 2nd place Miss 8 a.m. each Sunday.

_- 4 Roberts Recorders stitches monograms five pounds, over the weekend. Iva Hillyer and Mrs. John Evening Prayer. 7:30: p.m. rj CONTRACT
Music U.braryrt The Strawn. 3rd place Mrs. S. P each Sunday. E7YC 6:30 p.m.
RiversideHairstyling overcasts, sows on buttons, Tarpons Aquatic Team -- -
Sashoff and Mrs. W. F. Welch each Sunday. jBy
Repair Department of which the Kites'
make 'button holes A blind daughter, Lynn Hamilton
Alicia, is a member, won first 4th place Mrs. Gay Livingston Dally offices of Morning : I G
41 W. Monroe !St.! stitches. No attachments class honors at the Aquatic and :Mrs Ray Starnes. lad evening Prayer, 8:00: a.m. MODERN OUTBOARDS PAINTING

Academy Jackaonvtlla 353-8447 Demonstrator $64 or $6 per Seminar In DeKalb, HI. last Church Training and Pro and 5:00: p.m. KL:'KE BOATING EASIER
:26S9 PARK ST. S310 Beach Blvd.mo.. Call Jax 771-1850 week. gram Planning Session at Mel. Many shallow and obstruct .

JACKSONVILLE 388-8337 Jacksonville 398-3091 II- & N. Sewing Ctr. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stevens rose Methodist will be held at -LutheranLutheran ed waterways have been ope.II No '
Accredited the church 28 2:30- Church of Key. Job Too
of Jacksonville, were visitingthe on May : ed up to the fisherman and Large

Qualified/ Instructors _ _ _ _ _ _ "Lucky" Lutgens on Sun 5J30 P.M. This Is for all members stone Heights; Vicar Richard cruising enthusiast thanks to
Modern Styling of the Official Board and Meyer, minister iVo Job Too
day. Lucky said the rough the modern outboard's built- Small" ,
_.... .
Monthly Classes :'IDMI WESTERN STORE water Sunday rank one of all Commission members.Mr. Divine worship, Sunday 11' in helps spiced with a little
"Where tomorrow's stylists OPTICIAN ...._-w. -.. .... _. boats and Mrs. C. R. Wesley a. m. Holy Communion 2nd
their know-how.
--- _ _ that was tied out pilot
are trained" In the lake. and Mrs. Nancy Bass is visiting Sunday of each month. Probably the most Important

MOTORS LITTLE Betty and Dee Morris have this week in Eau Gallle Services held each Sundayat single engineering Improve- STANLEY LYONS

_ELECTRIC_: _ DUDE been busy painting the inside with the Wesley's daughterand St. Anne's Bnlscopal. ment Is the slip clutch. When

Peavy Brothers "" Western Store of their house. ,V. Easterllng.family, Mr. and Mrs. E. Church Keystone lelghts, the propeller hits an under- P. o. BOX 31

Henry Norsworthy, Connie Pla. water obsruction. It slips, and
Electric Co. //ROFESSIONAL OPTICAl 'Where Toull] Find Everything Haydlck, Helen Walsh, and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robin- then grips again once (you're MACCLENNY\ RIDA

KLCCmiO MOTORS 'tOMPANVPrescriptions, For the Horse Tom Hagen of Jacksonville, son spent last Sunday in St. Baptist past the obstacle. The slip

', Bthus1ast"9o348ervteedRep.Ired were visiting Henry's parents, Augustine as guests of Jacksonville Worship services t Sunday clutch. is standard equipmenton
Filled :Mr. and :Mrs. L. W. Chapter of the Florida almost
Western "Pap" outboard.
Clothing Leather- every
Generators-Starter* Broken Lenses Duplicated Laryngestomy Association. 11 a. In., 7:30: p. m. [nursery Collect for.
goods, Saddles and Trailer Norsworthy, Friday night and ], whether a small fishing; motoror
Alterations open
Artificial Eyes Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wll-]
Saturday. They. enjoyed skiing larger unit for runabouts Info
Charles A Sharon Petty or Any mation2593084Macclenny
Armature Rewinding Eyewear Specialists on Saturday. Pap and Reba Ham McLaughlin (Bill and Sunday School.. 9:45: a.. In. cruisers.
902 Se. Edceweod
,, 4044 .Lenox Ave.., : 219 Laura St. Jax S36-5595 .hebonvtlle Norsworthy were in Ocala, Reba), Dabs and Doug will Cnursery open]. Tr lnlnj Uiv Variable tilt positions for
Jolcsonvffl. 387-JSM 1031 Park St. Jax. 854-S618 visiting on Sunday. ] surely miss .them but wish ton. 8::30 p. m. (nursery open] the motor can be used to raise

-? 0 Tommy and Clarlse Thompson them much success In Tltus- Rev Lawrence Carroll, the lower unit clear of' under-
: r------ !. I ville, their new location BUI .
and three children of Jack I paato" water shoals or obstructions. -- -

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-.:1AOE .I'Irrrirn'N'.______n mU FOnD cornsmr TF.LIEORAPJI.!: STARKK. FLOUTO: "J ...tttmICDAT-MAY! : 11.: :1967

IwyyMttn11'ttnYmTHERESSA and family, attended the -I NEW RIVER BAPTIST

Homecoming of Bayless Highway ::: School, 10 m
Sunday a.
Baptist Church. Sunday. *
Mr. and Mrs. Walte.Swin- .:..: Mornlnsr/ Worship; 11 a. m' ;

dell and family visited Mr ... Training Union 8:30: p. m 1

I By Linda Crawford I and Hampton.Mrs.Sunday Leroy Rhoden, of ... Evening Prayer ; Meeting Worship, Wednesday 7:30: p. m,.: SERVICE MEN

AAAAAAAAAAA LAJ,4 1AA.C'jAj Mrs. P. C. Mabry was in : 7 p. 'in. ....I* L. Parker' pastorIllWAV
HOPE BAPTIST <;,"( RCII Jacksonville shopping Tues- CHAFED ,

Hope Baptist Church .s celebrating -
day.Saturday AfesEwniir! OF' 600 t ,
thtr 1! annual i ILfliie- Brother Chet t : Yhs&

coming Day Sunday, May 14 Warbler and family visited I F t' West Weldon St. and Rai-
Rev. and Mrs. Merle L Pack-
(Mother's Day!1. Lunch will be I ford Road '16.
served about 12:35': p. m. ham and famUv, They all enJoyed -- dr
7 p. m.-L. L. Parker pastor
Everyone!: Is welcome. ] oft, wonderful day of
Also, the church will present swimming and plcnlcing Sunday Services sundwy
corsages to the oldest mother, Reba Thomas. [missionary 1 1. AT HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I CHURCH CHURCH I CHURCH School, 10 a. m. Morning'

the youngest mother end' the Mrs Bailey, and Mrs. James 'Hope Baptist Church at The-' Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule of services: Sun- Sunday School 10 a. m Sunday School 10,/,' s. m.I. Worship II'a. m. C. A Youth h yl i 4 4dl

mother with the most children Davis of Hope Baptist Church, essa will observe its annual School, 10 a.m. Worship 11 day School, 9:45: a. ..*. Morn- Morning Worship 11 a. m.r Morning' Worship ll,! a. m.: Group, 6 >: m. Evening! Worship -
present. Mothers this Is your accompanied the children who Homecoming Services onMother's a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Ing Worship. 10:45: 'a. m. ana .7 p. m.-Rev. .Leland A I. Evening Worship 8 p. 7 7 p. m. Prayer'Meeting,
lnr,' let's won a trip to Camp Ollcad in Day, May 14. :Baker, pastor. ,I '7:30: p. m. Thursday:! :
< so all try to attend Union, 8:30: / p.m, Rev. Jack Training Union, 8:49: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesde Y
church and Sunday School, on Pope City by reciting the most Sunday': School will beginat Stolte pastor. Evening' Service, '745.: Mid- 'i Thursday Visitation; 10 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at: {8 Leroy Llghtsey, pastor fb +
Mother's Day. a very special Bible Verses In the NP\V Life 10 a. m. with I'llgulat'Morning Week Prayer Service Wed- a. m. and '7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, pas,
of the Bible Club, which was held at Worship at 11. Dinner AIRPARK BAPTIST
day year.Recreation CHURCH OF GOD nesday;, 7:45: p. m tor.
night is held at Hope Baptist Church this fall. will be served on the.. 422 N. St, Clalr St., Stark. NEW RIVER BAPTISTSunday /
children grounds at 12:30: followed >x Sunday Services: Sundae
There eight
the community rouse every were School M.Worship .
Sunday 10 a.
singing in the afternoon. School 10 a. m. Schdol, 9:45: a. fti. Morning
Friday night. Everyone Is Invited who received New Life Bible : MADISCON STREETBAPTIST :
will be presented Services. 11. m Molting Worship 11 a. 'Sunday School, loam. Worship 11 Training
to \ Club Caps although: only seven Corsages CHURCH m. a. m. I
come anpa1'Il'tpate, '
the morning worship and 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday Tratninir Union, 7 Eve- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Union 6:30
it starts at 7:30: p. m. The) recreation ,of them were able to attend during I p. m." '' : p. m. Evening
is sponsored by ,the those attendlfig were Eve service to the oldest mother, 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meet. Homecoming Sunday. May ning Worship 8 p, m. Training' Union, 6:30: '' p. .m Service, 7:30: Wednesday
Hope Baptist Church: Fntch. James Davis, Cindy Davis the mother with the most Ing, Friday 7:30: p. m.w-Rev. 7- Dinner on the grounds, Wednesday night' service (Ev.enlng Worship, 7:30: I Prayer Meeting '7:30':: p. m

Sunday School 10(>:...... m.;, Debby Sparkman. Sharlene children present, and the L. S. Williams, pastor. 13:45: p. m. Everyone Invited. '7:30: ,p. m. Everyone welcome( : Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, Rev. Leroy Olive Pastor. +

Morning Worship ll'" ar.:' m.;' Williamson. Kathy Ratne. and youngest mother. KINGSLEY LAKE Opportunities of service; -L. L Parker, pastor.; 7:30.: Vernon N Williamson, ai

Training Union 6:30": P. m.; Frank Bailey. Lisa Eland was The pastor Rev. Merle BAPTIST CHtntCtt Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. pastor, CALVARY BAPTIST ,
Evening Worship 7:15: p. !m,, unable to attend, she will be Packham says "We are looking Worship Service II a. m. I CHURCH 'OF CHRIST '
and Wednesday nlht Prayer one of the five who will attenda forward to( having a wonderfultime Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Training Union 615.: Evening Sunday HEILBRONN BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a. m
and Invite everyone' to : Bible Study 10 Sunday School 9:45:- a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m
Service at 7:30: p.: m with week's trip to Camp Gilead Morning Worship a. Worship, 7:30: in BHS. audi- ,
cj. a. m.; Morning Worship and Morning Training Union, 8:30: m S. Set. Richard V drier of
chlor practice afterward. later along with Kathy. Debby come and share In these services Training Union, 8:15: E. torium. Worship, 11 a. m. p.
Communion Service 11 a.: m. Training Union Evening Scrvtoe. 7:30.: Prayer 6t. Augustine, son of Mrs.
We with us. 6:30: m.Evenln1l'
PERSONALSMiss James, and Cindy. are 7:30 Madison p.
Evening Worship,. : to. Street is 'cOoper-I
,Evening services 8:30. Meeting Thelma Broughton of Graham -
: Service Mid- Wednesday, 7:30:
childrenand 7:30.:
Gloria Rhoden was an very proud of these Midweek, ServlcelWednesday !
all others who worked Prayer ating In the' reawtae evangelistic Wednesday Worship serveice week Prayer Service, TiOOp. p.. m.-Rev. R. H. Butter' is assigned to the 2nd
overnight guest at the home of
FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII 7:30: p. m. Rev. ._ ''T Minister pastor Battalion, 503rd Infantry,
Bible caJ .pallt11; May 7-21 p. m. Jack P. m. Wednesday. ;
Miss Sue White, daughter of hard In the New Life Troy
: Jim Rigdon, pastor. Comellet! I
STARKE I Bell. 173 Airborne in Bien
Rev. Felder L. Rowan, Johnson,, Brigade
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swindell,, Club this Pall.M0'r1TER's us worship together. pastor. pastor.
Saturday night. I Sunday Sunday School. .. HOPE BAPTIST.' CIIURCI'1Highway Hoa. South Vietnam. He was
awarded the Bronze Star with
Mr. and Mrs. E. S Morning Worship 11, I '
Sibley 9:45.:
[ 100 at Theresa J,
: I\V V-Device for heroism in con-
.end Mary Onann were visiting: sermon "And He Brought Him I Sunday School 10
AT CHRISTIAN IIURCII a. m. nection with a military operation -
friends and relativeIn! Tampa to Jesus.* Training Union
r I Morning Worship 11
a. m. against hostile forces on
Friday thru Sunday While Mother's aerve111! 6:15.: Area-Wide Evangelistic I
Day An
investment Your Future Training Union 6:30: p. mEvening -: April, 9.:
there Mary went on to Clear- begirt at the First Christian Crusade, 7:30: p. m. Rev Har-
Worship 716P' : this drier and
,On. day. Sgt

water enjoyable seeing.Donald! and Everyone Dedge St.weekend.Petersburg, had left Mondayfor a, sight very 'the 9:45 Church 10:45: : oldest a.a. nt.with m.: with mother Morning Sunday recognition, School Worship youngest for at, Class Lancaster old Monday Warner 7 p., -music m., evangelist Bible director:Survey Jim 4 T T E m C IJ C fa 0 Ef6: fi] I, PINE m. 'LEVEL. BAPTIST, .made\\'lis.' Cong contact'.'Reconnalsance.and f orce with wellconcealedViet a and well-platoon were entrenched -

New Jersey, after a brief mother, most recent mother Tuesday Intermediate OA-,, 4rtaMrpMaolM/ Sunday S4ho l, 10 a. m
star in New Jersey, Donald and to the mother having the Junior Choir Practice Sun- y I Morning Worship. 11'.. m pirinfed down hours for approximately of-

will finish his Army" tour 1n, ,most children and grandchildren beams 5:30: p. :no Junior GA.I Pr *rvws l Booster :Band ammunition three and running sustaining out

Germany present with her in. the *::30, Area-Wide Crusads. 7:30.: I ("' Your* ,People and Pray heavy casualties
Mrs. P. C. Mabry was In. service. Everyone is especially Wednesday Bible! Survey I Service!, 8 p. m. Evening
Orier without regard
Sgt. ,
Gainesville shopping: Tuesday.We invited to attend the morning; Class, 9:3O: ( a. m. Area-Wide Worship 7 p. m. Midweaervks )
for his own life left his position -
deeply sympathize with serylees and to" join in the Crusade. 7:30.ThursQnyVlstation: i *, Wednesday 7:30: p
and began carrying out
Mrs. George Paine, who"lost Christian Service Hour at, 6:30: 10 a. 4. R .
fM4 m 'v. E> 1. Ramsey.
her father, Saturday night:;' ; p. m,: This hour Is devoted to m. Area-Wide Crusade' 7:30.: vt ;: ; -. tor.: P"; the wounded and bringing In
ixnmuuUlon, four or
We are 'Very proud to announce Area- I' i making

singing,: and to Bible Sutdir. Friday .ind Saturday: .
live into fh'e.When
that Ernie Triest, I trips enemy
san Wednesday service: fellowship Wide Crusade 7:30: a. m. BETHEL BAPTIST CHt'RCP
word came to withdraw.ie ,
of :Mr and Mrs. Ernest Triest, 6:30: m. Mid-
Supper p. could not get word down to
and Ronnie Hall of Mr. School
son week :Bible StudY 7:15.: Adult Sunda 10 a. m ;; his'men
SMYRSAIISSIONARY: so made another trip
and Mrs. L. A. Hall, recentlywon Cholv I Mornlrt* Worship 11
Prac:tlc 8 p m a. m
: }
the monthly trophy's (d.en .- : BAPTIST CHURCH .. I Evening Worship,, 7:30: p. m taking a M60 machine gun.laying'down ,

by the Bradford Roping FIRST PRESBYTERIAN! 633 W. Pratt St. Sundaff Prayer' Meeting '7:30: p. m a base fire to
keep the VC down. While firing -
Club, to the children" who Re3
I Wednesday, w Rev. W.
services Sunday School 10 I '
the most points during the Sunday School, 9:45: a. ml J j : 'Newmans'' he'- directed his men and
& m.. Preaching, 11 a. n\ palter
got them out.
month. Ernie tropft" 11
won the Momftig Worship, 'S. m.
for the 13-19 and 6 Training union 6:15: p. m t? I, Sgt. Orlder sustained woundsin
age group, Youth Fellowship, p. m. DEDAN BAPTIST: [Brooker]
Ronnie won the trophy for the Choir Practice Wednesday, Evening Worship, 7 P. m his right arm during this

8-12 age group. 8 p.m. (I Everyone welcome ElderT Sunday Sch6ol. 10 a. nl. Incident.

Mr. and Mrs G. G.1.'C'a\lftord} Rev. Robert D. Burch. C Williams, pastor. I Morning Worship,. 11 !a. m. Prior to his return to active
I Training union,' l' p. m.. >Evening dUty Ssrt. Drier was a memberof

Service 8 p. m.-Rev the 11th Special Forces Re-
Lacy serve'of Jacksonville. This unit
.. .. *.pastor. _
: conducted, on .several occas-
LAURA BAPTIST ions, exercises In and around

May 7th Sunday' School, 9:43: a. m.1 1 Camp Blanding and Starke

K Morning Worship, 11 a. m area..
Crown Evening Worship, 7:30 Sgt. Orler's wife and their
mol/"e : p. m
11)) _4r / five children reside in St.
Thru 21st ,I Prayer Meellhg,. Wednesday, Augustine.
r 7:30: p. m>-Rev. Luther McGee -
t + y'YA' ryrp pastor .

:. You>;:as a Mother, are honored by your children on a special day-Mother's I Pic ;> Richard: W Liaenbee.!
EVANCE.ISfHarold. son of Mr: and Mrs. M. C.
( 'Day. How the little thlngs'tiiey' make for you with their own email hands please! I XORTIISIDE: BAPTIST Llzenbee of Route 1. Starke.

WarnerAnd arrived In Vietnam last month
'M you and warm your; heart. -t-*f -
I Located on Bayiona .me!!. 'with the 66th >Data Processing
'' I way [SR 2'S1.;! ] Ration Ro 4ISR Unit. He Is presently! attached
It warms and quickens the heart of God when you honor Him on His special I 18]. Services: Sunday to the 90th Replacement Battalion -

SONG MASTER\ day.."Remember the SabBatk Day, ;tf keep it holy" Exodus tO:8j/ Worship 'God I School, lOi( a. m. Sundav at Long Blnh, and was
Morning Worship 11 a. nt previously stationed with them
Jim Lancaster on this next Sunday! In the church: 'of your choice. We should honor' our loving I Training Union 8:30: p. unit: at Fort McPherson, Oa.

,Heavenly! Father even aa we expect our ohildreffto honor ua,, .---*---,..,.,-+... I Evening Service, 7:30.: Midweek -
Pra Service( !, Wed nN\ Cpl. Henry I). Lawson son
!. 'of Mr. and Mr*. M L Lawsonof
Attend church Mother's r. day, 7:30.Rev.: aierm LawI' -
on Dap.p.OusitCarspp.Is.felnaMdrsalttowaaa
hon, Route 2, Starke. Ins been
AREA "WIDE CRUSADE FOR CHRIST .- JWraJitilJB!! < .Bj 4 U>|jftlfflM| fcift pl II I': his designated[class at theArmy Honor Student Engineer' of

,+..ft.*,..""?"..W Hi.fan .rJjS-W T1lJ/> HIGHWAY School. Fort Belvolr. Va.
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUMCrusade .. MMjrfUfeMriJMMftMi. .....biMtloiwIrlMliqM,. .a KWia..p!"- y fffSS r BAPTIST CICL7tcuSunday The elght.weelc course Is

is sponsored by the Cooperating Churches: of rthta area. ."* pass. ,,.;. "Aa" .In..l ** .....-- a saMry. ..* Ili, .* .** --ClK/vM&ti< [ School, 10 a. m.; designed to provide enlisted
pain'all Ioood_ "kh" WI lIeN a Oar will .hnttoUr/ b.Tata.tS"" .... : f Morning : personnel th
: [ Worship Service, 11 w a working
Crusade Office.l-lrst? Baptist Church Starke Phone 961- 562 ....
Iran t MM* put W I.w, ......
m nwt" DM Clunk f to!lie Mb it It* wWlor d ;.y I'a. m.. Training Union, 6:30: I knowledge of engineer construction -
i: If"MrmH' ml tb 1andI,. Ifr "", k. ft.Ckunk tmtm*Mk .the. "Iron okwl. t_'i iii"Mk( *t intlpf,ttt... >' m. support type equipment. Upon
,ImUl. .kM...WIll.. btn. *M I"If.n'..Iii...... Qlii if completion of the ,
ta.aw+l ,w? Prayer Meeting WOtT., 7:30: I course Cpl.
"p '. .. _. p. m.; 0. 1A. 'Meetfnar.' : Wed., Lawson was designated as a
-- -- -._-ii= l = 1foi. 7:30: p. an'; Choir" Rehearsal,I trained Engineer. Equipment
&ometo I Wed.,' 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood -, Repairman

/ Gfyevron. island .This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Following i i I I''I Medelros.each meeting,month.pastor.! < last Rev.MondaIn

Civic-Minded Business Firms I FIRST METHODIST

.rY11r.;! -.war'ww' war ... r 'o ... .. .a. nsnvr ...Yywyrnryyr : CHURCH..STARKE y.t
( : FAULKNER BUSH'S Sunday > + Church I
STARKE BUILDERS I 0:45: a. m. Morning'! I 1

SUPPLIES ,Inc. MIfF, 8:30: () p. mv MYP meetings

... U-HAUL ,RENTALS Tune-u,", -Y- Brake Repair' I 7, P. Evening Worshipi

Truck Trailer Wheel I Balancing) :' Featuring- Hardware 8 p. m. 1

.a Complete Paint Supplies Monday--Girl Scouts meet.
Complete Lubrication Most. Complete t t Line 'of Bait mod Sporting Good 'Jn FepowshCp' Hail. 3M.: Wesleyan -> I

Minor 'Tune-ups and Tackle in Bradford "oHEpl: WITH us FIRST' Methodist Sub"dlstrlct Men's MYP. 7:30.: Ask
Club meets'
709 S. Walnut I'h. 961-5899 263 N. Temple PIt 96 &.7:16: I 21 '"ish1itc4.. St.648270 In Fellowship' Half. '7:30.': 'I
tiE : I Thursday! ,Den *4 Cub CharleyE. r
Scouts meet in
DOYLE CONNEREdward.. Grocery & Lawson Meat Market Hall., 3:15i: > Chancel Fellowship Choir re- .

I AgencySAVE I.Mkt. .. AND COLD STORAGE'nsurance henrsnl. 7-30 ,

W. flpecfallxa[ ( In Custom SlaaghterInf. -
t +I
Groceries-Meats-Feeds I Catting A Wr pplnf-:
', ? With Your Mutual Agent Prapared For Deep Frees About this question:
Gas & Oil
w i __ STUDIO
V 'pm e ; +En,' T 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 Ph. 96 1-5312 Starke, Fla. PHONE 98'(-1'Oe9' "A glorious week at a Ski

r Factory AlltI.orlud Resort t An expensive

Starke "66" Service DeWITT C. JONES Hammond Organ beach hotel 'in Miami -
: !Sirln. *: Service
; rt BILL EDWARDSMMI't1I\ ; !' ", ; FUNERALHOMES Lean to. i play the easy w., at complete new, fashionable

? I. ", \ Starke Ph. 964-6200 110 N. W. 10th lve. \\ardrobe.r I got the
Brake Service-Wheel Balance OF STARKE INC. GalnwvllleC Shopping< Center bills for them, but some

cPutbat Young Ma spiritIn yourcar.: F /II/ nowatifieredand'Huepump' )on and Alignment Keystone Heights I one" else enjoyed them on

Chevron Island. T/iat's where you'/ find the livi...,.gt1oll1ltsrrfllltdJIm"J,boosted U.S 301 NORTH 'Ph. 473-3176 my credit card Does the

and balanced for top pcr/ '!"i1IK'. Comttt Charon Jr/anJ.: SO/Ill qf vie J9andard.rigup 612 N. Temple -Ph. 961-7231 Ph. 964-(600 Starke Fla. -... Charley E.: Johns Agency

: I ncetown'' provide insurance to cover

I Charley E. Johns Sinclair '' Hurst Shell : -,....-.....-....-.1".. the misuse 'of my credit
K. G. DUNCAN Agent Refining Co. Servic .Irov card If lost "
I .:: ::::; or stolen?
STANDARD Agency W. L. Thomas, Distributor. % i I e] ,

Starke" Fla., OIL 13 1 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5070' G" ()US"EJKEROSJC.! .nD CARL HURST I I Charley E. Johns

GENERAL' : NSURAXCB- t Fuel' on sad GMMM Better KO...... 'furaJtiir Cs.11Ae" Agency

Nobody But Nobody VodetMUi t 60S a W:lnR, "t Hwy.; 3U1 .* 10*. P...... 964-illl So Edgwsod: Ave tat ,S. Walnut St.

: 1fl 1- CbArfe" E. John AIfIIT Pt1. 954.6t48I !i ol.--YlU.. iiu.4da. SUOIt PHONE 9645070r

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INSTANT BONUS SLIPS !I WATCHFOItTHISlnIPs..1H1Y WIN INSTANT CASH PRIUSI no. 130-*1000 / no. 117-$500 / no. ,04-A50. / no. 9I-100 / n. MSO / no.$25 / no. 52-$10 / no. 39"' $5 / no. 26.421 no. 13 wins; $1 M

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,;I, 1 $1,000 WINNERS OLIVER::COTHERM Hill,Fl,.PI,*. 1 TO... HELP YOU WIN !

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I $ 5 0 0 WINNERS\ EVELYN'' HARRIS.Brunswick, 0.. I I
tV I BITTY 1.PHILIIPS,J.cluonvlll.,Ft*.

gip" .f I RUTH FlYNN,Jackunvl!!*, Fla.: I. : MONEY MONEY
,. WINli'E' R. 5 CICIl I.BAKER,Ormond. B..ch PL. MOUNTAIN. .. MOUNTAIN.
.',, $250 JOANNI (.MOON. Holly Hill Fl.. ,,, ,., ,
; f KAY SOUTHWICK.J.ck.o vUI/.,Fl.. I Jti: !lll.I Divlilon; / JN.N.YItI I DI I.I.

BERT ANNI M CIAIN, Diytoni Beach.
t $100 JULIA IINNIE.MELACHRINQ PURVIS ,r.l.tki Dayton FU. Buck 1&:I II .
'" DAISY H.STACKIIN Jukwnvlll.''' ,FLY.

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B'IAN5 SAVI 41:. All MEAT .1V IB.PKO. I 113 1 I :
Honeysuckle Turkey Roast -- $2.98 I I
First Cut Rib Pork Chops lb. 49 ; sAvE I .
COFFEE' Farmer Gray Smoked Sausage, lb. 69 1"d 11. I
LB C CHASE Farmer Gray Roll Sausage lb. 39 I SAVI 1H 18. U.I.CHOICI I .;.
t SAV110*!. FARMER GRAYVn -1 ''
SANBORN 48C Skinless Franks 12 oz. pkg. 39! .:
1 sound can 1 BEEF ROAST LB. 6Gc
t Cheese u.CUP 33 i IB.cup 59 f! 1
u.S.No.1 WHITE IRISH longhorn Cheddar Cheese _lb. 69f I BEEF STEAK LB. SEC I .:

FOOH FAIR 3 8 C PLASH Cod FROZEN or Flounder Fillets -.. Ib. 49f! SAVI 11*II. U. I.;CHOICE' I 1 :

Pan Ready Whiting. Ib. 23* I .. \

2 0 BAG l6. 7 9 C ). tIMIT WITH-t tiM COFFEI OR OP MORI YOU ORDIB.1ARGE *CHOICI. COOK GREINDEll Beef QUIK Cube BREADEDChuckwagon Steaks... 2'/i Ib. box $1.79 I I 'SOP ELES 1 f. ROAST LB. 78c .1. :.

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} t. giant box SAVE 20* BUDDY: BOY in reusabU plastic(I'r "

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BK\nroun rotTNTV TELKGRAPH. RTARKR. iroranA lliTRSO\V. MAY M. 11li1I !
.anlL EIGHTEEN _ _

W is voluntary! and if any patron I:haige of horticulture! instruction. lie I (''','ult1ty 39. .1 IHIM, I ''IIII ;
I'lortila, '. !pI II h. .11 CHURCH NEWS I 'Second Homo' Is Within Reach I wishes to continue curb delivery I' .,. ., I '"n,, il, Ihls, I ill.). lu. > ..I I II M'ilLI ''
i"II"! '" >'in I li i..t't HIM I 'i. i.tlflrntnl "' I
I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Mt. Zion AME Church Rev. he may do so by leaving 'Lie show will include: the Hllull) I In' ,MI.l...i","...,.,1 I 'ii, I I Ii (1-:1'I 1,10':: '..'M J,)

pJTIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY MacKnight pastor will present Of Many On Budget Incomes his box at Its present location. :following/ divisions: blooming Hirlbid'in l cl 1 in if I In t'"'oit'I'!aw li ,I tin1t, rlfli\\:',IIIH IIM* i,1'i"i ..ill i l.i" I II i CIlllll'H\ .\ (Mil., .
a Fashion show at 5 p. m. \ I There are certain areas in 'orchids, special exhibit plants, I tiriiatoN will:I IIP mill' ti tin ('I I" ,'1 li of 1'11.1111, I'iMiii' ,"I,f Hi.,>J-
with entertainment by local Starke which will qualify for potted chrysanthemums, dried hIghest IjliliH'i, in ,tin, ,,,nun,, I In uvi"duur fold, Cuunty. FloiUn, ''. r. I It 5. ;,
on I llu' flint' M""III)' In SItu
talent' Ilils activity Is for the : door delivery such as Green materials, dish! gardens, corsages -
UEATJON.Ctty Rulse. benefit of the new pal'Ionase.I/: Acres but the Post Office terrariums hanging;
League biacball "tal.ted'' Director Jackson asks all Sunday School 10 a. m, with I Dept heietofore has prohibited baskets coleus, and flower! ar- Tnat'8 Our Business!
W d wsday afternoon on parents and fans to (continue:: Supt. Bllla Houston In charge % 44 expansion of door deliveries rangements. GLASS
Bono Recreation Playground the support you have Riven to ,
m thf Midget League, the the Little Leaguers this sea- Church Pleasant: Church Grove School.Methodist 10 a.I, :, the postmaster says. .\...1.-.. ApollvHtiun"I'll* UrrilMc. for I "If 1 It's'! Glass Wo Have It" ,

'bnJtees defeated the DogersIn son. m. The Christian Club will suShi, .... 5. CALL WRITE or VISIT
.w very close game by a SCHOOL NEWS Two Wrecks Nolire' 'I" l hereby itlvvii. that' NEED
special Mother's Day \ ANY GLASS
present a FOR
will Mr. Cull lUrton, thp holder of
of 6-4 The Senior Class pie- .
Boore I Ihi .
at Mt. Moilan Methodist following uTtll'lunlBK( nan
win. the l second game theWrMeri sent "Pead Man's Bluff. a Church. Occur During rIled' wild caI'tItIt'ate' : fur' a las' We Design Modern Store Fronts
and Bombers played three-act mystery comedy ilopil. In be IRHIIPII, I thereon, The I .-
... Miss Cynthia Tyson is the I ., i-ertlf.* Ate nunilierx. nnil vearnof Fo
; > at 8:30 : ri. Just Mall Us A Pattern
Q.'i-5 tie. Friday night. May 12. : Rains Wed.Slick Issuance thu done.rlplion of .
In the RJE cafctorlum. The contestant from Pleasant| LwC .1 "1 a' the property, anil 'tliu. n.It". ... In Tops
the Bintnm league play '
Irt Grove Church 'and Miss Bessie I which It wan iimieHsvd are us I .
Thursday. the Mets defeat play is based on a short story Jackson Is the contestant from' .1i; follow:
of involving a group of formei! L : : pavement, defective ,('..rllrl'a te No. 68. Year of 1M. SHEA'STab
*mhe Thlllies by a score
the club. Is asked to .
uun 19tlB.l
safe ( j
classmates taking part In a tires, and exceeding
fO-S. 'And the Twins defeated support the contestant of your' ... .::_: l 1''IOcrllII.>ti or rmrtcrty 1'JH'] of GLASS CO.
,'th..OIanU.,, 85gomes' ". ., class! reunion at a mountain speeds were listed as contributing HW4! or 8W% A "Mtof: HW'4'
lodge. The excltment begins choice. Rev. H. P. Hudson. I causes in two wrecks W'1 V4' of K14' of NKVt\ of HW4 .
: wlirbe WayedTuendaiVt H SO A'res", Heu It II-23-M
i 80 pastor: Joan Tyson reporter. T-B-S. *
when a member of the group Wednesday. May 3, In which Name In which ..IOoe.pd J. Fla. Phone FU2-43S3:
ae4 .Wednesday! andTjsday Greater Allen Chapel AME Once within leach of only otters these suggestions.Shop 1313_N.W4th PI. GaInesville
at .430; 'p m. on the disappears, leaving the othersin Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson the very wealthy. the coveted -- for your Shangri-la one was hospitalized.Both Ellis All Uryant.of auld pioperty, being/ In

JUcreatton Playgrounds'. a st.Atf''! of confusion '.>88001'. SUnday School, lOa. second home now nestles comfortably setting. If you're a fisherman accidents occurred I, .

."*, .IJane\ coaches are' Richard The Seniors invite you to m. Morrilng Service 11 a. m. Into budgets';! of families make sure there's good fishing during the first heavy rain in I ..

h andlcr. Isom Parks,,Arellous join them for an evenng: of with the youth In charse. The in the 710.000 Income nearby. Check on access roads the county In the past few I '

Oien, Ivory Hall and ,Jeff comedy and suspense. Admla- speaker will be Sylvia Ilamp- bracket. As a result upwards of availability of electricity. and weeks. No charges were filed I :. >.
slon: adults 50 cents. student ton. a 5th grade student at 100,000 people a year are dIscovering potable water proximity to in either mishap, according to H
how Inexpensive and your "flist" home nearby Florida Highway Patrolman:
RJE. TJie program will be In 0'1 .'
: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home honor of Mother's Dor All delightful It is to look like a shopping facilities. beach privileges C. Oairett Investing <<"'.' .<
.. member and friends Invitedto millionaire In minv: cases [ property taxes etc. Mrs. Eva Brlfer, 67. of Jersey t I"h .'
.. STARKE PHONE 961.6200 attend. Evening service. 6 with house number two for Choose; a practical building City. N. J. was admitted to the ?' .Y'
t>. m., message by Rev. L. A. under $3.000'According plan. Avoid oddball designs Bradford County Hospital; with :

'. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176 Sampson. to the Jim Walter and, far-out materials which heid back and neck injuries.
411 member? are remindedof Corporation one of the na- hike costs. Most.families wanta She was a passenger In a 1965
'the Men's Dav Program tion's leading home builders. place suitable for all seasons Cadillac driven by Sol Schus-

;,, a Rental. "ServicesHOSPITAL scheduled for May 28. AU cap- nearly 2.000.000 Americans already with privacy In the bedrooms tlin 65, of Jersey City, N. J. '" I

Ming are asked to contact the own vacation retreats- and a large :area for entertaining She was released from the ': ;

,BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS members of his. grou:> and Inform ranging from castles abroadto and family fun. hospital Friday. taken to Jacksonville ,
th em of their obligationon bun llows just outside of -Select a builder with proven b- ambulance and \ J

CRUTCHES J the program. town. Many of these families experience In second home. flown to ..New..Jersey.Fouryearold .' :
CLUB NEWS bought basic shells completely cCnstiuctlon: one who is set Thom. Coff-! ,' ."".
The Junior Christian Sun finished on the outside up to build on mountain top man of Staike received slight

shine Club held their last with flooring and Interior at seashore or anywhere In- injuries when the 1964 Mercury -I ,j.

Serving Florida meeting at the homes of Jeanette framing partitions In place- between. Comet convertible driven ': '' #J
Since 1930 Aldridge on May 1. On which can cost less than $2- Decide how to pw for your .by his. mother. Mrs. Geraldine II :' .

"iiturday, night May 8 the second home. Your builder Caffman: 23, of Starke ran oft ")
( 'reeling Serviceffne.. Junior Christian Sun'hlne 000.Then the family can finish may be able to :finance it, SR-16. :f .
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the Job. perhaps contracting which can be an Important advantage The Schustrln car was traveling ; I
Club was host to a Shin Dig
M ................................ artv at the home of. Linda for electilcltv and plumbing I considering the reluctance north on U. S. 301 3.0

Mathls. while doing the bulk of work of. many financial institutions miles south of Starke when it

: Speaker for. the Mother's and saving miny hundieds: of to grant loans for par went into a skid. The Cadillacran I
Mrs. Carolyn CordiallyWelcomes Day program at Pleasant dollars. Painting, flooring and tially completed second homes. "off left side of the road .: I

Grove Methodist Church on cabinetry are popular do-lt- Select long-lasting, low changed ends, and struck a .. '
Eaves ... .' -
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Sunday MBIT 14. will be Miss yourself projects which sonic/ maintenance building mater- palm tree with its rear bump-I

Representative. T.tnrfa :Afathis., She will be in- families have fun doing on ials. Second homes should be rr. The impact caused I Th&re's nothing old
Ph. 964-5811 You and Your t"o uced by Miss Cynthia their weekends. deslgnrf' to allow maximum damage to the rar! of the car

122 N. 'Bay St. Family to Your Broxton. Based on experience gainedIn fun and pleasuie/ with mini Mrs. Coffman's Comet was .
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"...", Slarke ;. New Home custom-building more than mum maintenance.Once traveling west on SR-18 .8., fashioned about Savings -
.,_ ._ .. ... .. last 20 have shell. I
r -1 OiMHlfled. Ad In the TELE 180.000 homes In the -- you your miles east of Starke when it''I : -
';'IRA" brine rpvnlt. i ears. Jim Walter Corporation stick with It until It's finished. ran off the left side of the dollars !

..*' The State. of Florida pavement and skidded into the I :Account :,;,J:;);
fftr r" ditch causing $25 damage to .
It. Is Our Desire To Make ,You Feel Welcome' and IVotlv' Of Turn.\tltnllrittjitn l>rnl -- For : the left side of the car. .. .--. .d \
To Acquaint, You With Your City. .$1.<.. 11)1, .III... I'. .N.. ROPING CLUBRESULTS Door DeliveriesTo ,'. -- have "
dollars onf
Notice I In' hereby Lven. that Savings Accounts you .

Mr.th. Curl followlnir II.rlon.cnrtlfltfiiten tI*.. lioMcr. hai or. Be Expanded Flower Show deposit here-for safety plus/ interest-aro ,1.j 1 N|

If you are, new in the area a phone licit. ial.i. 'rllfh''p", fur .a luxcertlfItmtp
t 1.1. to 100 1..pd. th l'.nn. The. In spite of a slight drizzle of 25 j \ Vfery, modern dollars, very helpful dollars, ,;

tall'.. will brings, .you, a prompt visit ., the numiiorii.'d"...rlpllon"anil yearN.or the nfiHHimnro rain around 7:30: p. m.. the By Post OfficeThe Opens May very welcome dollars when you; need. and '' '
i property; .ttml the nanttiA In Bradford Roping Club's weekly "* *"*
from your local hostes&.:"Please give .vhi..h. It wan uaxeiiBud. .are .a. horse show was well cttendej At PrisonThe : I want them most!
olIOWH! U. S. Post Office Department
her 8.call! She has' maps! and many Cerlirlc&to. No. 104. Yenr. of ]'- last Saturday. has: authorized door i ""
: auan" tlaG.l High paint: troph'.cs! were 7th annual FlowerShow ] 'tI
Cum mail in certain! here NOW!
>"rlplion: of Property: delivery qualified Start saving
Tree a'nd wonderful l gifts for you at NW (Cor or HWU of HW' .. awarded In each age group for aieas presently receiving will be held at the Florida I
run S 210 n't I K. I0i Ft. for PO Ii. the. month of April Winnerswere state Prison Tuesday Wednesday 'II
from local businesses. Hun H 100 Vt I' 289 l-'t N lOll F\ only curb box,! delivery .Staike
Joyner. 7 and under May
,: W..250 Ft. to,TUB SEC 23. T-8-. : Mary Postmaster T. C. Hazen Jr. has and Thursday i
1:1': II-21-J3. ; Ronnie: Hall 8-12 Ernie 2S-27 under sponsorship of
Namo In whIch onsoBnuil IIn- Tiiest. 13-19; Edward: Wu- announced.',' on' a. voluntary: the Education Department. I FLORIDA I
: bttsH.: I ITo
Hams, 20 and over. Presented by the Hortlcultuie -
for door delivery '
Several cf the old m-mbPrs Section of the prison .

f & 1ave purchased new hois"s ft which r>tron Is must.at least reside 50 in per a block cent school, the shoW' always'attracts ii: (.' B'IAN'K: : : "A: t''iSi" :'! >>; C'cL.. ,:i' ,

? ,nnl': there were nsw faces In I built up. or which has an average a. large number of vlsi- ; I" ,, : ;. -A ..
*B8fr'Sfi nearly every age gtoup tois from the area. i i
I Ictht'I'
k; etition was keen and: comp.// of lot.one Hazen house
of the May high will bp! Prison Superintendent''
should noSi::, exceed
have to work hard to DeWitt Sinclair; M. B. Jordan. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
73 feet nor the average! setback
them. : education: supervisor( : and
patrons home -
of the cx-
Winnrift last Satuidcy were: Stanley Crawford. wh. Is In
I;.4.Ll. CLOVERLEAF ceed 50 feet from the street .

7 and under: Keith Carter, If an 91'ea'qUllllfles inter ,
RC'irk Carter. ested patron may remove
Joyner Bobby
ai wiawe.z! Dennis Brown Jim Prescott, their curb box and. trovlde a
door or house receptacle; If a
*. .M.COMANCMI __ __ II,.tilSUll Cell. and Dora Tiiest change of the type of serviceis
8- to 12: Klmbo Forsyth.
Johnny Lee. Ronnie Hall
Postmaster Hazrn sta'C.that "
Randy Jo> nor
13to 19: Ellis Oilffts. Kelly an Immediate survey will
be made of all curb box areas'
Forsyth. Louie Nocgel Ernie
Trl-it' and ]patrons In oualKled are"

ASH NEEDED 20 and over: Charlie Jones. will be notified that they are I
o ( Merrill Orlffls. Van Prescott, eligible for: conversion. Conversion -
Bill Forsyth. to door delivery however I II

7 1 and tindrrKim: Picscott.M : pds I '

,1 100% FINANCING rk Jovncr. Dennis Brown.
Keith Oirter Dora Trlent, STARKE

8-12: Johnn< Lee Klmbo
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-.4.. you're) In the market for a full time home or a Carter. _
vacation time cottage, Jim Walter economy can't be beat. 13-19: Ellis Oilffla. Kelly

H. You need! no cash grid you'll have no financing problems Forsyth Louie Nocgel. Ores

;--_._. when you build the Jim Walter way. We'll build on W-.nds.

:: your property almost! anywhere with no down payment 20 and over: Bill Forsyth.
and we'll finance your new horn 1 100% thtru't no Van Prescott. Robert Jordan AUTO REPAIRS

HOMES forLIVING 1 shortage' of mortgage money at Jim Walter.. 100% Ralph Bryan.
: financing Is available to all qualified property owner TUNNEL RACK ,.,

.J_ I I 7 1 and under: Bobb- Carter Earl's Garage Foreground, Impala Sport Sedan Background. Camiro Sport Coupe and the Chavolle Malibu Sport Coupo.,

Mark Joyner. Angle:: F.>x. Kim
: BuiIdIAeJ n USatfat urtif/ Prescott Tammy Brown, Cindy ALL. KINDS OF
Drive the of down
; : LEISURE I Jordan. 41'1'S'I) REPAIR WORK cost living
.itsfor All Work nuantnteed ,
: . S-12: Klmbo Forsvth NateSlvinnon.

.L.v.r which 21 modl to choo I. from..., a money laving homeowners' plan that really works, dy Joyner.. Sandy Morgan Ran So.Phone Walnut: 981-7005 Starke without giving ciH this.

check the Jim Walter way. We'll build your horn or cot. 13-19: Kelly Forsyth. Charles up

... taga to virtually any stage of completion from ,the basic McKinney, Ore? Woods. I .

.0.,_ _ _ shell to 90% complete. You can make big dollar savings 20 and over: Robert Jordan. AUTO.-SERVICE- Ch vroUt', room, rid. ond, prlcoi When Automotive hugs the road closer It's the roomiest car you'can- buW

by doing soma of the Interior finishing yourself. You decide [.arry Ooerk. Merrill .Orlffl(is Gilbert S. Brown Mews$ made its annual roominess study, Chevrolet got Plus, you get a bigger standard engine, I
how and we'll that much. Van .
much Pipicottnuimv
you want to spend complete
the most points. It's roomier Inside, they reported; than
You take it from there. You may purchase packages of Interior PICK-IT Standard OH service Slatloi
other American car. The ride Is Full Coil suspension
any Chevrolet' dealerduring
finish materials and install them yourself purchase 7 and under: Keith Carter. ATLAS smooth. And Chevrolet hardtops and convertibles are See your 5 I

them Installed by Jim Walter or make your own arrangements Bobbv Carter, Kim Piescott. I TIRES A BATTERIES still the lowest priced full-size cars of this kind you can his Camaro Pacesetter iI e

for interior completion. Sure it takes work, but Cindy Mark, Joynrr Jordan.: Linda Oriffls. ''I Budget Terms-Road Servic buy. Ch.v.ll.'. quick six.. It's quick to climb, quick Special buys on Camaro Sport CoOpes and Convertiblesto

the savings really make It worthwhile. It's up to you..It's a 8.n! : Johnnv LPP. Brad: Car- Phone' 964-7071 turn. Other mid-size cars might be like Chevelle, true. specially equipped with: 250-cubic-lnch Six. 155: hp .
: i-q I different kind of homeowners' plan designed to save you ter, Nate Shannon. Ronnie 107 N. Temple Stark But they're not as low priced. And they're not made by Deluxe steering wheel Bumper guards Whitewall, tires

P:4; '1W 1.II.'NDSoN' J money and make owning your own home that much easier. Hall. . Chevrolet with Body by Fisher GMdeveloped'energy.- Wheel covers Wheel opening moldings Striping along

_ _ _ It's what you expect when you build the Jim Walter way.rri 13-19: Ellis OrlffU. Kelly HURST'S absorbing steering column, inner fenders and Full Coil the sides Extra Interior bnghtwoik, And, at no extra> cost
Comoro's At its during the sala special hood strips and a floor shift for the
.' d.H r Fo..rH. oreg Woods, Charles S II ELL I suspension.. rood-hugging stone
(',, .... .. price. Camaro I Is the only I sportster to give you wide- 3- pe.d transmission, SALE SAVINGS.TOO. ON SPECIAL.
.. ... /14or I. "'I'fl.. ., .. Service Station LY EQUIPPED FLEETSIDE PICKUPS (Model' CS. 10934). ).
""..1 10<1,,". 29 an-d over: 'Charlfs Jones .Stance design. It rides!, .!steadier clings to curves bettor
.. Merrill Orlffls Van Prescott. Olli > LubrlertlonGoodrear
-- - - Tires & Batterlrt
....-- Robert Jordan_
\ JIM I WALTER CORPORATION St .1 jile Tyao-n ft al Chevrolet's remarkable value ii I another
!. "';,. 301 and '100>> StarkeMETAI reason you get
M 'I.I| | rro"r"t.tn.) In _
I would (Ik"., to know rnor. about your building and I, the County. of Bradford. State
financing plan. '1.... send ma o fr.. catalog' I am. I 01 Fl'rI.Is.roles.. puch" cortlflratAa, or cvrtlflnnte WORK =r7 that feeling I[]!! J"
:, :;,. WI A.I O'IN IUNOA$ Inte..d In e .. Hhall. b.' reil....med aoponllnw m sure
I C C c"Jafluonvi.le ""- ) to.lnv'. tht -nnerty (d'- THOMPSONSheet
9 .,1'10.1 In nut,. .h poitlfliatc, or .... .... ...... ........ .............. ...... .
:' .; Fla. 32205 HAMS rtlrirnlv.. will h.. mid. to thohlffheat Metal WorksAll ...... .'-- -- --- .-... ..................-............--..-.-.....--..-..----
I I bidder At the court holm,, .
,doopon"" th. .flmt :Monday in
Beaver Street
:-. 3281Ve8i Clf) STATE_ ...no'h or Jun. 1967. which \\t Types Metal\ Work- BALDWIN :CHEVROLEV kc0
,. I .1 the 8th day' of ..Jlln.981., .
: P. 0. Ilox:6218: T.I.phan. ti'iixl 11,1. .18th iliiy of April Heat & Air Cond.: I

C My pap.Hy It Iacot.d inC County. I (I 457..SKA!!: ) Systems InstalledRd.

PhoneJ 388.1583 L... - --' Clerk Charlnn of Circuit A Diirhv f'oiirt, ) ",f rllil. 16 E. Ph. 964.5723// U.S. 301 NORTH' STAUKE, FLORIDA PHONE 9GJ3900r :
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