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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 18, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Single l Copy 4, BRADFORD I I COUNTY TELEG' Every Week


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Official Countu Publication Established In 1879 ,

VOLUME: EIGIITT-EIGHT STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY MAY 18, 1967 NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN

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3 Resign Tentatively For June 27 .



City. Hall* tUx t Vote Set

PositionsThree t .i Special


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of the four em- .4

ployees in the office of k On Clerk Chief

City Clerk Merrill Edwards d ;

have tendered their

resignations because of
"outside pressures on" thin ,N A tentative date of Jut ie 27 little more than a

office," tha clerk paid month away has been in!formally agreed upon for a
Wednesday Drought special election to allow th e city's electroate to decide

"If you're going tQ> say thereare 171 whether the now elective p osts of city clerk and police

new faces at city hall Just 941 i o Serious: chief shall become appoint; ve.
eau the city clerk\ has one tooa 1s. City Council membersa I are talking that date after

worried face;' Edwards said. 1iiifey report> from Rep. Gene S haw that the local bill makve -
Only veteran left In the clerk's ing the two !
Huggins"Serious posts appoint upon ratification by the
office Is Mrs. Elise Pass who
works in the billing depart- .. voters has passed both ho laea of the Florida Legialae -
ment. r _1 --- .tw4rar +: now In another ture and le i., on Gov. Claud< Kirk's desk. Councilman

Mrs. Collette Roller and a Mr. .. week critical," Is the Neil Tucker made that ann
Mrs Jewell Joiner left last way County Agent G- T. Hug- ing( Tuesday night.

week Mrs. Joiner turning a l a gins summed up Bradford, When the governor signs the
down a $10 per week salary County' shortage of rainfall bill, Tucker said, the council tlVA, saying the action would
Increase offered by the city since mid-February. will be in a position to set a .five three members of the
council in an effort to retain Bradford's ASCS Committee definite date for the election. council control of the city gov
her. The third employee Miss members met Wednesday Plans are to hold it as soon ernment. The council oil the
Fannie Silcox, will put In her morning, but decided the crisis after the governor!' pens hid other hand.! contends the clerk
final day Friday. May 19. does not yet warrant seekinga signature as possible but Jt has thwarted the board's every
Two new girls have been "disaster area"\ designation! must first be advertised.A move despite the fact that he
hired Mrs. Lavon Jackson for the county. "But another resolution, to make the has no policy making power.
and Mrs. Bobble Fave chaff. week of drought may tell a two offices appointive, despite Chief Roster/ has taken no
Both began wprk last week.A different story," Muggins said. the tact that they have been part In the arguments or discussion
third new employee, to replace Unless rain comes within the historically elective, was be- over making the of.
: Miss SUcox. is expectedto next seven days, cattlemen will gun several months ago by a. flees appointive. lie says he
be hired Friday, the clerk have to start feeding 'their resolution. of the Bradford can: operate from an appointive -
saldi. stock, the agent said "Grass Chamber of Commerce. After p'oaitlon/ just as well as he
can't grow, and cattle have being in a continuous quarrel can from his elective post
Despite the difficulty In orienting Foundation work l I. ."'l'1I under way on this new Bradfordput, up for $323.000.: but the State' Department Kive, the eaten it off to the ground. with the clerk over the past now, "because I don't play

new employees. Ed- Union Arrw Vocational-Technical School nil the old Conway rminty, $31,000 und Supt. TOni (,....ey added $20.000 more boar The pasture situation will be several years, the city council politics that much anyway."
wards saxa t the office Is running critical in another week," adopted the resolution ,too and The chief does say, however
debt wit-vice fund.
his capital and
Brownleo ( outlay
Airport cite at Orange and Streets. Brown Ullo
If his la made -
= qchedule and no bills Huggins. declared. presented It us a. local bill. that post appointlvo
orj structloo Co. of Gainesville has a $363,430 contract and 200) Completion. (Ute on the newvocational complex for high It disaster \ there should ba"qualifications !
designated a area The move caused further
should be late this month. It
working days to complete the Job. Another I 1)123,000) will g'' school and adult tnluratlon IN. Novemtwr 9. Uondt. have Just cattlemen here would be eligible ruffled feeling between the / set up for the job.
simply means extra work he for architect's fees, bringing the total price to WiWUMH\ : ). l barn validated for a new' high M-lioul to be constructed IA
says.. The totally air-conditioned complex' "wa price ing a lack of cooperation.The in September If the special
is defeated.
referendum
M. O. Harrell, manager of quarrel came to a head
the Brooker State Farmers several weeks ago when "the-
-- Meeting Termed Premature -- Market, said yesterday that council tightened down on delinquent Shaw Supports

cucumbers are beginning: to utility bills and what
burn, and the situation will was 'termed an Inadequate Federal-State
get worse each day without bookkeeping system in city
Local Teachers Calm OnSanctions. rftln Watermelons in the urea hall. Since then Auditor PlanA
are also starthig to ita\ "
damage, and tobacco' la 'begInnlngr ,; fired by the council and the
to wilt after the middleof firm of Purvis Gray, and Bradford CJiamber' of
Just a handful of Bradford totaling: 9277. million If it would be possible to gain maneuver who," Francis quip. teachers as far as the legislators the day. Irrigation 1 Le keep. Powers of Gainesville retained Commrece resolution supporting -
school teachers attended the FEA officials are also disappointed the $::100 million. ped. With all that IM stirring are concerned," Shaw said\ Ing tobacco damage at a mini- to set up a bookkeeping system a federal-state "revenue
Florida Education Associa because the Omni- The Omnibus Bill would give about education now in Tallahassee Wednesday afternoon. mum in, moat fields!, however. for the city sharing" plan proposed by- the
tion's area "sanctions meet. bill which would give raises Bradford County $609,000 It U. 'doubtful that The BHS teacher, however, Huggins said that for the If the proposal to make the State Legislature has receivedthe
ing"!: In Lake City, Bradford bus. bill docs not include funds more over the next two years many of Bradford's teachers said most educators feel that first time In hi* experience he offices appointive Is approved full endorsement of Rep
Kducntlnn; Association President for', kindergarten units or reduction In state funds that the county. would desire a walkout now, with Gov. Claude Kirk takingthe has been taking soil samples both Clerk ,Edward and Police Gene Shaw, 16th District
Charles Francis said. of pupil-teacher ratios. receives now. It would be over he said.A stand he has, the teachers and mailing them immediately Chief Bill Rosser will finish House member and a member
Although the 300 teachers Supt. Casey' -feels the Omnibus a 30 per cent increase per Bradford High Schoolteacher were going to be left out without having to dry thei-i out their terms which expirein of the Chamber's Board of
gathered In Lake CIty Satur- Bill is not to be. disregarded year, C'uylalel.. "- however said ho feols [Continued on Page Two] out Usually ,it la necessary September. Governors-
day ip have sanctions explain. however, because It The Senate's $239.4 million most teachers. here are glad to dry such samples before Edwards opposes the move The plan as proposed by the
ed to them by FEA officials/ provides much more than the package raise, which would the FEA Is finally doing some 3 Hampton Men [Continued on Page Two] to make his position appoin- Legislature calls for the re
no one knows how the group county .has ever received be- include $195.8 million for thing even If the move Is Ill- turn to Florida of three per
voted because the 'ballots were fore. Casey laid the OmnibusBill teacher salary raises, left FEA timed. He said if a walkout cent of all federal income
kept secret by the 'tale\ association would just allow the President Francis In a quandary were to be called he feels moat Get 3 Years l taxes collected within the state
Francis said. schools to keep up their pres- however. The Senate version of the veteran. career teachers / without any federal direction
The FEA head principal of ent programs, with perhaps Just came from committee would go along. On B&E ChargeTwo control or Interference. It was
Stark; Elementary School some Improvements, while the Tuesday."It "If we- don't show our adopted by the Bradford:;

says he,!\. plans, no action to- FEA bill might provide a real looks as though they're strength they'll (the Legislature Hampton men were r ,t .. r.t ,a ; I i tJ Chamber' Board of Governors
ward sanctions( locally or the quality program for education trying to see who can out- ) do just lIke they've been sentenced to three years eachIn 1 at their May 4 meeting.The .
much-talked-about statewidevote doing nothing," the teacher resolution states "Our
the State Prison at Raiford
for a "professional day" said.. Dut he said he doesn'tfeel after pleading guilty to break rt;,t to Board of 'Governors' of our
walkout unless something teachers are attemptingto ti \ Chamber of Commerce has
and entering with Intentto '
further Is. heard from FEA New ,High School Intlmldnte the Icglxlatois.Urndford ing, commit a misdemeanor In ,t, 1" taken this'action becauset
officials in Tallahassee.Both Rep. Gene Hli.iw Circuit Court Wednesday. ; t ,. "1. It feels the lme.h ?.arrived
Francis and Supt. Tom aJ.'fO'|' called tho sanctions meetIng Phillip Allan Keys. 21, and twN1r f whereby the states Involved
"
Casey termed/< the sanctions -"somewhat premature. In collecting the revenues
Jimmy Edward tone;, 20, wprechargf'd
meeting mature in the The FFA: people with the for the Federal Government
with breaking into the
they '
light 'otc education bill.going Bonds ValidatedAn Legislature In Tallahassee Mutual 1 Lumber Company on w should have some voice
the committeemill should have the ,
through seen problems U.S. 301 south of Starke on In how a percentage of these
in the capital. Including\ education, still to be
Tuesday night, May 9. They revenues be spent in the state
Less than 10 per'- cent of additional half million dollars in school construc- filved' Shaw salcl. The 30- were arrested Just eight hours. without Federal control.;
Bradford's 172 teachers, dny extension voted lust week "2. We recognize that problems -
tion revenue certificates were validated in Circuit Court after the break-In by Deputy
which would be 17, attendedthe should hnve shown them If
unemployment
'<\lo exist. Slums
meeting,. Francis said proceedings here Wednesday morning, making a totalof nothing else that the Legislature Sheriff Robert Green. crime education,
of ,
Both waived services an
Mont appear to be reserving $1.7 million in building bonds let by the School plans to take up thoeducation attorney In the arrlgnment before housing, transportation. The
judgment .!despite FBA's displeasure Board In the past two years. bill. Cur cult Judge George I* list Is long and well publicizedand
with the' $250! million The new issue of junior lien The sanctions meeting Patten Structural steel! work, l Is. "ro mplrte. on the new Owen Joist. they differ In magnitude
House 'Omnibus' bill\, which certificates pledges race track if the race track funds. ac- across the state "didn't en- Wednexdny. plant Mouth vf "Mturko. The fal l rlcuting plunt. lit .Mflictluluil& to from place to place "and can
.
would allocate $148 million cruelns from the state in- hance the m uion of school Roth had previous charges local
funds over a 30 year period as under go Into operation on July 1. better be resolved on a
against them. Keys was
to teacher' pay' Increases. This did the original $1.2 million is- crease.' level if the monies Were available
compares poorly with ,the sue. Plans are .now to sell the -- ---- a pre-sentenre Investigationfor 1 without Federal control.
arc Alnchua County charge July Date Set
million
FEA's proposed J300 new Junior lien certificates to of "3. A tremendous number of
of unauthorized use nnnutomobile.
Barcus k Kindred of Miami under Federal programs. big and
Long was
the Bqard's fiscal agents. They small, effective and Ineffective -
CUB SCOUT will In turn be.<<: ".disposed of Georgia three years breaking probation and enter-In a New Stee l I Plant t ,: loosely lumped under the
CIRCUSTues. through ,tile Palnr Beach Investment -, Ing; title "Grant In AU" have bean
Company. .. net tip to provide lunch an "The new bonds do not They were taken to the or Federal "expertise"/ to h"l lp
., May 23 pledge any funds other than vti prison Wednesday afternoon by communities. dent I I1th thcuo
5 to 8 P.M. the race track: moriles" accrue- 3i Deputy Preen- Fast problems N l1.t> 't R 1 Inlslrutlon
Going UpConstruction '
FairgroundsPublic Ing to the 'School'Board each from a Federal level. his often.

Invited year," Supt. Tom Casey says 2 Days Left failed to resolve' the' problem
and in no way does It obligate "4. ''There Is growing disnnchantmant -
of the Owe Steel Joist here Is
any ad valorem tax money." ns\ plant with the technique
Most of the $500,000 will BO To Get New progressing rapidly with aIn I t target date of July 1 to be t>t "Grant In Aid" as an effective -

Louise Stern Into the construction of a new production Fred Peden, vice president and general tool. The rsvennu sharing
Piano Concert high school. This Is' the "pri i X41 Auto TagsJust manager, said yesterday.All Idea Is offered' as 'an. alternate
mary use" of the additional structural steel is now Include a storage wing 270 ,x; solution '
Starke Issue, Casey says although rI two days are left In in place at the plant site south 70 feet and a plant facility, "In our view; no one p'ersbrt
Woman's Club some funds may be used on the a which to purchase 1367! motor of Starke at the end of the 60 x 360 ft The 'railroad siding or committe./has yet devluud; !
Tues., May' 23 renovation of 'A' building.and vehicle license lags newly paved road through into the site Is. already the best plan for sharing Federal
8 P.M. to pave driveway and parking I Headline I"I Saturday, May Lincoln City. Metal siding descheduled completed, Mr Peden said. revenue with the states.
Adults $1.25 areas at the various county I I 20. Tax Collector: J. R. Kelly to arrive here Mon Owen will have .33 employees The elements-. involved are so
Students 75c schools. will keep his office open all day, Mr. 'Peden said, and to start its. operation here complex\ the" ramifications so
The School Board receives day lo accomodate last minute should be completely erected the manager said, with plansto broad ''that representation from
Benefit this year approximately $145.- purchasers. But he warn within two weeks. Installationof expand employment to 100 all of the'-affected' elements
:Methodist Choir Fund 000 Inr race track funds from that no extension of thedeadline equipment will start a* soon persons within a year. The within our society must be
the state. Of that amount $80.- such BIt liaM been as the roof .is on the building, initial operation will Include: heard-before a final-equitable
This Space Contributed 000 per year goes to repay the Lots Of Tomatoes declared by the governor In the manager said. 2 shear operators, 2 crane formula is'devised... We encourage -
Weekly to Publicize $1.2 million Issue and another past emergencies Is In right Mr. Peden has been' with operators ft assembly table the Florida Legislature \ -
Community Events by $28,000 win be obligated to the IAwtey' O. Anders Is I an.old hand at gardening Kelly oflce sold 957! ta staring Owen Steel !In Columbia, S.C. operators, 8 welders 2 painters ,- to seek that formqla.!>
The Community new $500,000 junior issue although :, but this U the first'tune In hi* 71 year the past seven days for 11 years and was shop and one each shipping "Now therefore. be it reiiolved -
the entire $145,000 is he's ever had 111 tomatoes one bush even bringing the total ",023- superintendent of the Colum- clerk and loader. The company that the 'Board of Governors -
State Bank pledged to repay the loans. If they are miniature. about half of the expected bia plant He Is spending several does not plan to bring any of the Starke-Bradfbrd
Accounts now Insuredup Junior certificates can be sale for 1967. days of each: week In personnel from Columbia but County Chamber of Commerce,
Anders two of the from his sinterIn
to $15,000 by converted! to the same statusas got plants The collector's office will Starke and will move his family will hire all locally If possible, favor, supports ,. encouragesand
Federal Deposit InsurCorn. the regular $1.2 million certificates Jacksonville. He has no Idea what kind. of open Saturday morning at here In the near future he Mr. Peden said... Employees pleads for the Florida
tomatoes they are. The other plant has 111 8:3: '. without experience will be Legislature now assembled jn
"nr., only after a portion
of the first issue Is repaid or tomatoes on It. said.The T-shaped building will trained on the job. (Continued on Pact Two)



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TWO MADFORn COUNTY TEOioitArn.: \STAR.! .. FLORIDA: TIlUnSDAY,_MAY-,---13,_1967
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Mrs E. J Lanum of Brook Young Adult Class
er Is confined In Alachua General s.

Hospital following a irR- Sponsors BarbecueThe .


WtpVl ery.Dr.. and Mrs. A. J Harry ; Young Adult Surd::

were in Newberry Sunday ; \ School Classes of the Firs
,
.
rat
visiting his parents Mr and t Christian Church are sponsoring

GLADYS MOOTY Mrs. W. N. Barry, and family. a barbecue: supper' en Sat 7ir% I

Phone 964-7603 Miss Carolyn Knox and Jim ; 4 urifcy.:: May 20, at the churchServing

my Wiggins, of JacksonvllU -ip4 will start at :3 J p. m

spent the' weekend with Mr The menu will Include barbecued

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gllltag-; Mrs. W. B. Alexander had and Mrs. Orle Wiggins pork or chicken ant
ham and daughter, Kathv. of a. visitors Mrs. Claudia Du- Mrs, John Stone of Woodbine a 'v 9t lfs the suppers may be taken seal .. e,

Jacksonville, and John Sandersof Puln and Mrs Ernest Huggins Ga. was visiting Mr .ind or eaten at the church. Plate;

Atlanta, Ga. were guests of Alachua last Friday, and Mrs. Dave Paulk and family I will be delivered to homes i lithe

during the weekend I of Mr. and Mrs. Fronle Windham and the, first of the week. I ,wl Starke area If those desiring .

Mrs Guy Sole.L.t. daughter. Mrs. A. D. MartinJr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kollev i this service will call 984- r lk

Frank Weaver of Cherry ., of Johnson on Saturday.Mrs. of Jacksonville were visiting 6100.

Point, N.C., who has( ,Just returned Foster Shl Smith returned her parents Mr. and Mrs R TicluU may be purchased t IT
from -a 13 twonU tour, Teesdey from a three R. Andrews Sunday. advance from member of th<

Vietnam iho weeks trip to Europe and the. Mr. and Mrs O. R. Alva- ..... ... classes.
of duty In spent .: .;''wig< :,;'< ..1":" ..._, '.n" 10'\.0'''" --
week here with his Middle' East. rez Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
past mother Mrs. Frank Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tolbert Jackson, Mrs J. S. Jackson Newly installed Junior Woman' Club officer (l-rs) Mrs.\ Pauline Tanner Future HomemakersHave

and with his uncles and aunts, of Lake City were visiting her and Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shal- pi'_>..l
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson son-in-law and daughter, Mr ler spent Sunday with Mr. and ,dent: Mrs. Mary\ Agnes Ferguson Met-retajy; Mrs. Murla Kopelouiiott, treasurer, Punch PartyThe

Sr. and Mr. and Mr A. O. 'and Mrs. David Montgomery, Mrs. Don Ray Tilley m Jack- and Sirs. Marilyn Roberto, senior .pon or.

Loudon Jr. on Saturday and Sunday.Mr. sonville. The silver aer\lce. the Mary Clark Award, displayed denote the top JuniorWoman's BUS chapter of Futur
and Mr.. A. S. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Spenglerof Homemakers of America helda
Mrs. Joe Gisay, Deanery
Club In Florida. It (goes to the club BO designated each year at the punch party Monday at the
Vice-president, attended the Sr. were In Waycross Ga. over St. Augustine are visiting
annual bats convention.Junior .
board meeting of the St. Aug- the weekend visiting her MaJ. and Mrs. V. J. Spongier school. *

ustine Deanery at the home of mother, Mrs. R. T. Hipps. this week. Chapter officers opened the

Mrs. Julian Warren In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morri- Mr. and Mrs. M. A. BaldwinJr. Club Holds BanquetInstallationThe meeting with prepared speech

Monday.Mrs. son had their children home and daughter. Girder, were es.Punch
and during the weekend including in Gainesville Sunday visiting and cookies were
Marc Jackson
Junior Woman's Club of vice president Mrs. Bobby jug the .
; year.A ,
prepared and served by Mrs
visit- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morrison, their son-in-law and daughter.Mr. .
daughter. Melissa, were Starke held Its annual banquetand Sapp secretary; Mrs. Maurice gift from the club was Steagold and her cooklna
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ruppert Morrl- and Mrs. James H. Hall
ing her parents Installation of officers last Edwards Jr., treasurer; and presented to Mrs. Sanders the
classes. Decorations for the oc-
H. E. Smith In Williston son, :Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Morrison Jr., and Mrs. Baldwin'smother I
Saturday night at the club Adams,
Mrs. retiring president
sponsor. calon were arranged by Joyce
weekend. and Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Hattie BracewellMrs.
the
over house. The following members also Mrs. Jerome Johns, a past
Bud Lawson of Marion, N.C., :Morrison!\ and their children otLlf'l"burg' W. H. Edwards Sr. and Allen.
The president Mrs. Elzle received the award: Mrs. Char- president and past Clubwomanof
and Miss Jane Lamb of Or- had Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Sanders,.introduced the Senior les Sawyer, Mrs. Harold Godwin the Year, and a past State Miss Louise Stern To Present
Mrs. O'Hara as of Mr.
lando weekend guests of Henry Jr. were Sunday guests Local Teachers
were Sponsor Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. Charles Hutcheson, Junior Public Affairs Chair- I II
11. A. Lawson. guests Mr. and Mrs. L. C. and Mrs. Rex Mixon. In .Jack: Piano
Mr. and Mrs. Recital For Methodist Fund
Beth of who gave the address of wel- Mrs. Ous Kopelousos, and Mrs. man, installed the following
Mark Hertonjr Smith and daughter sonville.
Mr. and Mrs. and Introduced guests. Curtis Edwards. Harold \ Remain Calm r
and come Mrs. new officers in an original
and family of Jacksonvville.Mrs. .. I V era Beach last Thursday, Misses Jean Mundy and including past presidents and Godwin was presented an additional ceremony wrlten in poetic Miss Louise Stern, local rector of the First Methodist
: Myra Foy of Easley S.C., Mrs. Ruth Frazier of Starke, Frances Cannon of Tallahassee pianist and teacher will! be Church.
i
past club women of the year. charm for receivingthe form: On Sanctions .
L. N. Harbrandof Mrs
Mr.' and Mrs. weekend with
the
of Pala-
spent
and Mra. Pearl Smith presented in a piano concertby Included on the concert
She also recognized new mem- highest number of points, Mrs. Eugene Tanner president program -
Beach and M-sgt.
tka were Saturday visitors of: Daytona W. B. Mundy. of the club. the First Methodist Churchat are: Gavotte And Variations
bers making her First Lady of the : Mrs. Curtis Edwards 1st
Mrs. B. N. Phares of L. Davis of Ar-
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong and Mrs. Bruce Awards were presented by Honor Court vice president; Mrs. Bobby r continued Prom Pad One 8 p. m. Tuesday, May 23. in by J. Phlllippe Rameau;
on Sunday.Mr. weekend
Jacksonville
Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth son-In-law and Is and :Mrs, Glen Conner cadia Mrs.was E. the M. Davis. guestof Mrs. Eugene Tanner, first Mrs. Tanner was presentedwith Sapp 2nd vice president; Mrs. again. In a discussion with the Starke Woman's Club. This Op. 6 The Davidebundler
visiting her i vice president. an engraved silver dish Bob Ferguson, secretary Mrs. will be a benefit performancefor Dances 118 characteristic pieces
and Mrs. Richard '. and family of Orlando were Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark ; most any local teacher wordsto
Mr.
daughter, visiting their parents, Mr. and and daughter Joyce, visited During the club year, memo for being elected in a secret Gus Kopelousos. treasurer; that effect come up sooneror the church robe fund. ], by Robert Schumann;
Fox, In Gainesville for two Mrs Leon Conner, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. :Morris and Miss bers who earn 100 points or ballot as the member who has Mrs. Marilyn Roberts, Senior ]later. Miss Stern received a degreeof : Impromptu, Op. 34, No. 3, by

weeks. Mrs. Glen Hartwlg Mrs. Barney McRae on Sun- Sue Morris in Lake City on more in certain categories become worked hardest during the Sponsor. Many teachers feel the Leg- Bachelor of Music with Gabriel Faure'; and the Bour-
Mr. and her day. Also visiting the McRaeson Sunday.Mrs. members of the Honor Gear In all phases of the duo Mrs. Charles: Sawyer social islature and Governor have honors from St. Louis Instituteof ree Fantasque by Emmanuel

of Tampa were visiting Hutchln- Sunday were Dr. and Mrs. Nancy Gunter of Eau Court and receive a silver program. chairman, was In charge of let them down in the past and Music as a major in piano Chabrler.

mother, Mrs. weekend.Edna McRae Jr. and sons of Lake Gallle Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. charm. Club members and the Following presentation of the banquet, and was assistedby are fearful it is going to hap- pedagogy. She has also done Tickets may be purchased In
lIOn, over the Peter Pfleshlnger. Senior Sponsor are automatic the awards, Mrs. Sanders reviewed Mrs. Norman Ketchle, Mrs. pen again. graduate study In piano at the advance from Mrs. S O. Den

Mrs. J. W. Klncald and MnO. City.Dural Ragsdale of Florida Mr. and Mrs. P. L Bran- members of the Court. activities of the club David Coats and Mrs. Gus Aspen Music Festival and Tan- mark chairman; from any
In
1.. Beasley were Tampa Southern is home for This award went to the fol- year and thanked the membersand Kopelousos.Mrs. glewood with the distinguished choir member, or from the
visit. College ham of Pal atka were Saturday
from Friday and Mrs to Monday C. C.Hoppe five weeks before returning to evening visitors of Mr. and lowing officers: Mrs. Sanders, Senior Sponsor for their Bobby Sapp prepared 1 10 Teacher American pianist Grant Jo- church office. Admission is
Mr.
!
ing in the summer session. Mrs. Harold Branham.Pvt. president; Mrs. Tanner, 1st support and. cooperation dur- the promamBoHampton hannesen.At $1.25 for adults, and 73 cents
Mrs. R. A. Newsom was :
present Miss Stern is the for students.
VIsUbgiher Marian and Jana Parks of E2 Billy Dowling of -
'Week
Lakeland last Mrs. J. A. Howe. Atlanta, Ga. are visiting their : Fort Sill, Okla. Is home on 14 Posts Open At local authorized teacher of A social hour planned; by
mother, grandmother, Mrs. Louie Belle days leave. Mrs. Hardy Douglas and son, Miss Peggy Shanbarger, Sells the Piogressive Series of the Methodist Women, will
She was accompanied home Parks, for several weeks while Mrs. Ed Lawson returned' William of York, S. C., Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Piano: and' Chancel Choir di follow the concert.

toy Mr. and Mrs. Stanley their parents are attending the from Baptist Memorial and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and Shanbarger, has completed a
Wednesday
Barnes for several days visit Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ritch and two Old BuildingFor BBS For 6768Bradford
at St. Johns
of Jack Exposition in Canada.Mr. Hospital where she year program lor high, moving up (rcm the teaching position.
Dendy
Mrs. Myrtle
Comer children of Gainesville, and River Jr. College with highest Junior high. BHS
Jonesof and Mrs. Ferryman underwent surgery.Mr. Supervising Hampton Principal Richard
Mrs. A. O.
and
sonville Jacksonville Beach were of Jacksonville were visiting and Mrs. R. E. Patter. Mrs. Tommy Johns and son of honors. Miss Shanbaiger, will RemovalA Principal Connie Clark has re-' Jockel Is the new head of the

of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman over son Jr. and family were visiting : Macclenny spent the weekend enter the University of Florida I Junior and Senior signed to take a guidance junior high.
Tuesday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch College of Arts and SciencesIn High Schools have 10 openteacher
the weekend. relatives In Birmingham, special meeting; of the counselor position In another Several other of the eight
Mrs. E. W. Hayes.Dr.
and Mrs. positions for the 1967-
Daisy at for
In
and Mrs. P. G. Felos Mrs. Lex Green spent the I Ala.. and Columbus, Miss over Perryman September a major Hampton City Council was county. Sprow has requested! county schools also have open-
Santa Fe Lake. 118 term, to Jim
the field according
Big of speech. Miss Shan-
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. the weekend.Mr. night to and been granted a return to a Ings.
held Monday
returned Sunday from a three in Gainesville. I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson barger had as her houseguest I open Temple, newly, appointed prin
Harris
J. Fred and Mrs. C. L. Cooper
with friends and sealed bids for razing and removal -
visit
week and of .
son Starke and Mr. and last week Miss Susan Dinerof cipal.
She brought home her grandVchildren have had as visitors SSglxnil of the old bank building
relatives in Greece. They also Mrs. Bill Wall and children 'Ot Jacksonville.Mr. Four teachers are needed
In Lex and Melanie Mrs. R. L. Cooper and family which ''was purchased by the : BILL POWELL REAL ESTATE
Interest
visited points of Green of Gainesville for two Thurs- Alachua were in Boca Grand and Mr. Merritt Williams \ for science, two for library and:! -
from
of Savannah, Ga.
Rome. While In Athens, they over the weekend visiting Mrs. and Mrs. J. F. Rogers city several years ago. one each for band, girls' phy-
visit. and Mrs.
:met Mrs. Foster Shl Smith days day to Tuesday, Mr. Wall's mother, Mrs. Leo Hoff- and L. The building was originally sical education mathematicsand
Mr. Mrs.
were visiting TO
:Mr.= and Mrs. E. 1.. Matthewsand Donald Cooper and 1 imtly/ ot with the Intentionof
who was also on a two weeks purchased :
A. Jr. in Jacksonville chorus. Temple] said that
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson weekend and Taylor i
tour of Europe.Mr. Cocoa over the. man.Mr.. and Mrs Roy Ward and on Sunday remodelling for use as a firestation qualified band and chorus in f' BUY SELL TRADEr
attended the Spring Convention -
and Mrs. Charles Fields Mr. and Mrs Jamee k Cooperand but these plans were
( ,.off 'the Florida Press, daughter of.Chlefland on soj ft; 'and Da'rby'P'eek"1'of,: Lake Mrs. Lyda Few olr Keystone not Into effect. Since the structors are especially difficult r
and sons of Jackeonvtln'werevisiting Association' at the Thunderbird City were visiting the I r Heights and William Moss of put to find. : 961.6161
Mra. J. H. Fields on Jacksonville last Sunday.Dr. mother, Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. Gainesville have been admitted building was rapidly deterior- Some new teachers have already : "
Motel in and Mrs. J L Stlth : f b"t! '
ating and becoming an "eye- : -
Sunday.Mr. weekend. of VaMoata. Ga on Sunday. to the Starke Nursing Home. been hired for the newtenn. :1 AFTER JiltS: 533-2018
and Mrs. R. E. Firth and family sore" the City decided: to dispose #
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kazar- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Under- Temple Is attempting tease o
Mr. and Mrs J. T-. Lawson were visiting her parents Mr '
attended the of of It.Lester WRITE ( .0. BOX 1089
graduation Ian and Adrian ot the
Sun. daughter hill and: family of Melbourne problem by transferring '
their daughter, Diane, on Tuesday : visited relatives in Auburndale and Mrs L. F. Dinklm, Orlando, and Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend with their Slade was the successful several more experienced -'

May 9, from the: "Deritat Sunday.Mr. 'day.Lt. will Dave Wescott of Tampa were parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. bidder with an offer to teachers from the Junior highto : I't VISIT: 404 W. MADISON ST.
Jr.
H. M Rlcharde
Hygiene Division of St. Petersburg and Mrs. Jerry Williamsof weekend guests of Sen. and Moncrlef. pay the city $200 for the rightto senior high hoping that. STARKE *' sReg.
Junior College. Gainesville and W. W. Chas- be home on leave Friday after Mrs. Charley JOhns. Mrs. X. M. Smith and tear the building down and junior high personnel vlll be; I _A

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thomas tain of Bradenton were Sunday seven months duty in the Med- Local admittances to Bradford daughter, Terri were visitingher sell the salvaged materials. easier to recruit. I heal FARMS ACREAGE
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. iterranean.Mr. Two other bids were received /
recently visited relatives! In this week .
County Hospital Jerry
parent.Mr.\ and Mrs. Temple succeeds Harland I
Estate
and Mrs. Walter Richardson Broker HOMES: COIIERCIALTerwillegar : :
Baker and Eddie -
Chastaln. from Jeff Ii
Mobile Ala. and
: Wiggins, were In Tampa and StPetersburg Include: Mrs. Hattie B. Smith, Bolden at Florahome over Sprow as principal of the sen-
Miss. They were also sight Mrs. Louise Berry and Mrs. business from Mrs. Dorothy Bagwell Mrs the weekend. Mr Smith was Allen.
seeing In New Orltl rls, La: Agnes Heath will 'return to on Owelda Johns, Mrs. Carrie M visiting his mother, Mrs. H. T. Slade was given 10 days

Auburn Dale McComb, 33, their home In Fort Lauder- Thursday Mrs. V. V.to Hazen Saturday last Ward Mrs. Gladys Williams, Smith at Santa Fe Lake. from date of the bid openingto
of High Springs a medical assistant dale this weekend after two spent John W. Thomas Mrs. LIzzie!' Arch Thomas Jr. of Fort remove the building from
week with Mr. and Mrs. Max
with a Navy helicopter weeks visit with their parents, Bradley, Barney Brinson, and Lauderdale was visiting his Its present site. I
and In Tifton
Furlong family ,,
rescue team was shot down Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Ga. Mrs. Virginia O'Neal, all of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas The Monday meeting was Motors
and killed Sunday morning in bin and Mrs. L C. Adams Starke; Mrs. Ethel R. Parrish Sr., Sunday and Monday. attended by Councilmen Don,
Vietnam. Among his survivors spent Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H. Buck of Brooker; Mrs. Vercle Dyal, Among those attending the Hill chairman; F." P- Lott,'

are a halt brother, Jack Mc with her mother Mrs. Lucie and children of East Palatka Mrs. Theorail Pace and John funeral of Dr. Earl Roberta at Richard Keyes. Leaston For-

Comb, and an uncle Curtis Major and family at Daytona were visiting her parents Mr. Allen of Lake Butler; James Jacksonville Beach on Tues- I ayth Charles Williamson, and

Marlowe, both of Starke. Beach. and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde on Merlweather of Keystone day were Mrs. Pauline Torode, Mayor T. J, Alderman.
I
Sunday.N Heights; and Andrew Arnold Miss Sue Sturgis, Mr. and Mrs. I HEW CARS AND TRUCKS TO
of Melrose.Mr. W. E, Torode, Mr and Mrs. : Cabinet Officials

and Mrs. W. B. Dowllng John Torode, Mrs. Jewell
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r.I To View Parade
of Dunnellon were Sunday visitors Roberts, Mrs. Effle Miner Mr.
of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. und Mrs. Vernon Sllcox Mr. At BlandingTwo 'j

Scogglns. and Mrs. George Roberts Jr. SELECT FROMPinehurst

Mr and Mrs. J. D. Seymourand of Starke, and Mrs. Nell An- cabinet officials, Secretary '

son, Douglas were touring dew and daughter, Mrs. Jac- of State Tom Adams ,

South Florida from Sunday to queline Moorer, of Atlanta Ga. and State Treasurer Broward '

Tuesday. Williams, are scheduled to .
.1'
tars Rhoda Dampder attended Bad speak at a parade and reviewin .
the Selective Service Clerk' Drought ; Camp Blanding Saturday I

Club meeting in Jackaonvlll morning at 10 o'clock. I a

on Tuesday. Not CriticalContinued The ceremony will\ be stagedby

Mrs. Edwin Prevatt and some 900 men and officers

daughter of Orlando spent [ From Page One] of the 260th Engineer Group
THESE Thursday to Sunday with Mrs. now on two weeks annual field

Ed Prevatt. They were Joinedon shipment he said. training at Blanding The

Sunday by Edwin Prevatt Although the Starke area 2fiOth, made up largely of Sale
4" and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lennon got a good, soaking rain about West Florida units Is the

of Jacksonville.Mrs. two weeks ago Jt was not general main body of the 261st Engi- O OWe

B. R. Miller and son of over the county, Hugglns neer Battalion.

St. Simons Island are visitingher said. The last good rain to WhUe at Blanding, the units

rBOYS parents, Mr. and Mrs benefit the entire county was will receive training In repairing Are Out of Used Cars and Trucks, Therefore We
,
Charles Schmitt this week. last Feb. 1112. according to
BOYS roads and bridges.
FRAYED
Baseball Shoes LEG CUT OFF Mrs. Ray Goldwlre and sons Huggins' records. The annual Officer Candi- I, Can Give You Tremendous Deals On New 1967 Fords.

SIZES I'/j-lO' BENCH COMBED of Lynchburg: Va. are spend February was a wetter-than- date School of the Florida National 1

RUBBER CLEAN ing a month with Mr. and Mrs. average month with 8.09 Guard will be held at

Jeans Gilbert Goldwlre. Ray will Join Inches of rain, as comparedwith Blending, June 1125.: !

$4.95 SIZES 819ASST. the family the first of June. a SO-year average of B.83 PitI[ 1981 THGWith

ELSEWHERE 366 COLORS John Bedsole of Pensacolawas inches. March and April were
.visiting his uncle and dry however, with five inches A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH -

REG. aunt, Mr. and Mrs Spears on less than the DO-year averagefor brlur result ,

JENS SHORT SLEEVE 144 Friday. those two months.
Sport. Shirts $1.99 The first week of May OF SCHEDULE SERVICESST. Purchase of AnyNew* Ford


.SIZES S-M-L MEN\ TilE BRADFORD brought 1.73 inches a county of rain,average but there of Thurs., Fri., Sat. May 18, 19, 20 ... Only

Walk Shorts COUNTY TELEGRAPH was no measurable rainfall EDWARD'S CHURCH

REG. '1.99 SOLIDS PLAIDS VARIETY Published every Thursdayat during the second week of Starke
this month. Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.

jPA 3 For: $5. SIZE38S OF COLORS Starke 138 ,W.Fla.Call 32091 St., Shaw Supports Thursday Miraculous: Mass Medal: 6:30: p. m.1: IcK- WITH CLYDE TODAY!

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29. Second class postage paidat Saturday, 7 1 p. m.

Starke Fla Sharing Plan Confessions: p. ]n.. and 7

Subscription Raw: p. HO
Your Used Cars Worth More
Half ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH
Ladies Slips
In trade area: (''.00 per [Continued From Page One]
jiSST. STYLES AND COLORS. j year; 92.25 six months. Keystone Height i
SIZES S-M-L I session at Tallahassee Florida Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m.
Outside trade area: '''.M I to devise a workable formula Wednesday: Mass and Novena I

$1 ea. I per year; $2.BO six month. j rOT the several States of the 7 p.m. e NOW!

,United States of America to 8T. MARrS CHURCH I 'o o o ePAGE
_ E. L. Matthews, editor and
I hare In Federal Revenues Macclenny

1 publisher 1 without Federal controls.: Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. '
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I .' VY gowns Identical to the honor H "
VOE ClassMembers _
,
I I attendant's except in light
I : VVk.t
i tf :h ., .'1 1e' N Enjoy pink They carried deep pink

Field Trip carnations with light pink
I
I satin streamers _

The Vocational Office Edu- Miss Mary Johnston, sister
} of the groom served as flower
GLADYS MOOTY cation classes of BHS took an
Unl- girl and Matt Wasdin/ cousinof
employment test at thc
Phone 964-7608 y the bride was ring bearer.
verslt Florida
of on Thuisday -
May 11. The test was Given in marriage by her H'f ...n
I father the bride wore a lace, .
I 1st Baptist WMU s y( '4vCr taken In two group One I A-line
and empire.
organza
group; was taken on a tour of .t.,
Circles Meet the Medical Center while the yry gown. Her veil was held by a ."
f
I II I other group took the test. D A forward net.petal headpiece. ....
Southern Baptist work ir : They were accompanied by ar She carried carnations centered -
Guatemala the orchid.A .
was program with an ,
1 their teacher Mrs. Linda Gran-
r topic used at meetings of the reception was held in the .
Mrs Hazel
i them and Sapp. ...
J r
"'
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First Baptist Church ; Hall As-
Church Fellowship
rI
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I V On Saturday: the VOE classes I
circles. enjoyed an all day field tripto L1 sisting in serving were Mrs. ..
Lottie Moon Circle Jack Drew Jr., Mrs. A. T. An- .LI
Daytona Beach. The 13 girls V
the churchi on May 1 at WMUiii: ( and drews and Mrs. Bob Wasdin. -j
were accompanied by Mr ....
p m. with Mrs. John I ; : Mrs. Don Grantham of Gain- aunts of the bride, and, Mrs.
circle chairman, ,
jdY qR esville. Mrs. Joyce Allen. Ber- Dwight Jones
The program was pres nie Collins, and Theron Hunt- After upending some time uua
i
I Mrs. Bobby Taylor. I LOfficers- with their (guests the couple

I Helen Masters Circle met t : erThe VOE classes toured the left on a wedding trip to Tampa i

Tuesday, May 9, at 9:30: a. m : Prudential Building In Jack They are now residing in Car er-Devrick,, '?
with J. E. Hardy, chairman -
Mrs. Deland.
I presiding The programwas liintalleil at the May Breakfast at the Starke Uo.in'ii. Club suit \\'.' .L.nCMdnv sonville as a field trip today The bride graduated from Engagement .

I presented. by Mrs.. F." B are (l-rt) !\Int. Luclan Conner, corresponding ..<>.-.r..I..ryll's.; ; J, J). \\'''1'1'1'1', Recent Births Jacksonville University on .Mr., and Mrs. Kin Carver Jr. .,I*.

Beard. Fourth vIce-preHldent; 1\11'8. llaurlo'eVlnlfate, third \'I'e-pre..ldent' i ; IMrn. ... II. April 1. The groom will graduate of Palatka announce the engagement .

Lorna! Epperson Circle meat t Carlton of St. Petersburg, state present of FFUC and installing officer; Mm. Mr. and Mrs. E, Rudolph from Stetson UniversityIn of their daughter ""*
home of Mrs. Cula Goran
the Ouy Sale president; Miss" Delia. IloMrg, first vice-president! and Mr.. J. E. Hardy, Sapp announce the> birth of a June. JoAnn' to ,Charles HlchoelDevriek. \
it. 2:30 Mrs. George
Anderson: p. m.circle Chairmangave second vice-president.' daughter. Rhonda Louise, on Tanya Wasdin, Recent Births son of Mr. and Mis. ..n
MorganCrewsWedding May 10 In Alachua General Denver Devriek of Keystone
the devotional. Weds \V
Past Presidents Honored At BreakfastMrs. Hospital. Maternal grandparents m. JohnsonIn Heights.. ..
Brownlee Circle met at 7:30: May
Bradford County Hospital .
Plans are Mr and Mrs Lloyd [ JacksonvilleMiss The bride-elect is a 1969 > n
of Mrs. Ty-
at the home
.
p. m. announces the following!
ri graduate of Palatka High
and grand-
C. Padgett paternal
j Mr and Mrs Dennis Smith ler Jones with Mrs. W. A. Hogan H. H. Carlton cf st. rangements were placed at gate; fourth vice-president, parents .are Mr. and Mrs. Tanya Arnolyne Was births: School: and is employed by....

Announce the engagement and circle chairman, presenting Petersburg State president of each end of the table. The Mrs J. D. Warren: treasurer, Eldon Sapp din, daughter of Mr and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. HenrrEyrgeneBrown Southern Bell Telephone Company .

approaching marriage of their the program. the Florida" Federation of Junior Woman's Club table Mis C. B. Terwillegar; corresponding Thomas A Wasdin of Jackson- Starke, a son, gene ._

niece, Carolyn Morgan, daughter Ethel home Biggs of "Mrs.Circle Sue met Miles at Woman's Clubs, was honored was centered with an [arrangement secretary, Mrs. Luclan Mr. and Mrs. Charles C Davis ville, and Richard E. Johnston, Eugene Brown Jr., May 10. The prospective bridegroom V M
of Claudet Lorene Morgan the aa guest and installing officer at of pink sweetheart roses Conner; and recording secretary of Cocoa announce the son of Mr. and Mfs. Creston Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Let will graduate from Bradford
Ernest Phillips
pf*Starke to Daniel Crews. with Mrs. Mrs. Marilyn Rob- the Starke Woman's Club May and the mantel In the lounge Mrs. P. T Nolin. birth of a son. Troy Randall, L. Johnston of Deland, were Akildge Starke, a son. Shawn High School in June and Is ,,s j
son of Mr. and Mrs. Graham co-hostess Breakfast, Wednesday of last held a. fan-shaped arrangement Mrs J. W. Kincaid presented on April 28. Maternal grandmother united in marriage on April Eddie::! May 13. employed by D&W Auto Sup- ...'
the assisted -
Crews, also of Starke. ert presented program. week. of silver from the club to Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eu- .
.. pink and roses. gifts is Mrs. Seeber For- 28 at 8 p. m In the West Jacksonville ply Co. .
J. Doyle.
The wedding will be an by Mrs. P. Mrs. Paul McLendon, greeted During the luncheon an or- GUfsr Sale, Mrs carlton, and aythe and paternal grandmother Advent Christian gene Mosley, MI4dl burg, a The wedding will take placeIn -......

(went of Friday, June 30, at 8 members and guests at the gan recital was presented by Mrs. Middleton. Door prizes is Mrs. Perlie Davis. Church with Rev. J, Ronald son Benjamin Edurarit':. : l'tta'l>' October a 6 the River Road:: .,:..
p. m. in the Bethel Baptist Elizabeth 'Ann' Scott door, and standing In the receiving Les Lee of Gainesville who were won by Mrs. Mtrtdleton, Sthoolcraft performing the 12 > Baptist Church, PaJatita m''.

Church. The reception will be Has Birthday Party line were Mrs. Guy has toured the world three dean of the past presidents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis O San- nuptials.The .

;Jield at the home of Mrs. O. E. Sale president of the club, times and holds the title of and the oldest member, and to ders of Starke announce the bride is the granddaughter -, Marine Corps .
Crosby 247 S. WestmorelandStreet. Elizabeth Ann Scott celebrated Mrs. H. H. Carlton, Mrs. Elzle World's" Organ Marathon Mrs. a L. Peek Sr. birth of a son on May 15 In of Mr and Mrs. H. of the Marine Corps 120 day the ,
Offers Aviation In which
: her ninth birthday last Sanders president of the Jun- Champion for 104 hours of At each place setting! of the Alachua General Hospital M Wasdin of Graham. delay program and
enlist
N I All trlend.!'and relatives of Friday with a party for 29: ior Woman's Club And Miss continuous playing. Mr. Lee's I members and guests were favors Maternal grandparents are Mr. Mr. Johnston served his son Guarantee portforactive applicant may duty to 120 rr- .::
,
the couple Are: Invited to at- friends at her home at Camp Jayne Hardy, president of the Hammond organ was placedon gifts from ,the Community and Mrs. Lex Green of Starke as best man and the ushers days later. Time spent up hi the
: Blanding. Little Women's Club. the stage which was decorated Bank and Loudon's Beauty were Jack Drew Jr.. uncle of Staff Sergeants Bill Bland also

rd p Games, refreshments, and a The noon breakfast was .: to resemble a period living 'Shop Miss Marilyn Bellinger Mr. and Mrs. Walker L! the bride Edwin Andrew}, cou- and Jim Gilllard, Marine Corps 120-day jounts toward.delay pay program and! pro- .

soft ball game were enjoyed heralded by a Parade of' Past room. in-coming president: of the Stewart of Staike announcethe sin of the bride, Jim Oclk and recruiters for Starke and vicinity motion. _..
Mrs. F. F. Sump during the party hours. Three Presidents, the theme for the Mrs. H. C Rltch showed the Little Women's Club distributed adoption of a daughter.Sheryl Dwight Jones. announce that aviation Further Information about ..

Is'Party Hon r..re-c\. girls remained for the night Breakfast, led by Mrs. Sale club a bronze plaque which will the gifts. born April 6. Mrs. A. S Piper, cousin of guarantees are now being offered aviation guarantee, : and other
,'. slumber and Mrs. Carlton. In the par be placed in the park on In charge of arrangements of to qualified applicants.
for a party.AsslsUng' the bride served as matron Marine be ob- :y:
programs :
i f & ade of past presidents were Church street which Is ownedby for the breakfast were Mrs. and Johns- "The guarantee Is put Into may
honor Miss Nancy
Scottin _
] Mrs. F. F." Stump ce'ebr! ted Miss Joann those from the Senior Club, the club In memory of the McLendon. decorations; Mrs. ford presided at the crystal writing before actual enlistment tallied ..by'contacting Sgt.
serving and supervising the maid of honor. They were attired Bland GIlliard at the Federal
or
her 81st birthday Monday; Junior Club, and Little Wom- late Mrs. Mary Wainwright, a Maurice Wingate and Mrs. F. punch bowl which was encir- ," the recruiters state. ere
were Phyllis and Linda in rose chiffon and organza Building,'Room 321, Gain-
(afternoon game ,
when her daughterMiss ,
,
former past president and W. Strickland food and Mrs. cled with ivy. Formal schools for accepted
with
} Lillian Stump, gave a ;Strickland." en.Mrs.. E. L. Matthews served deltgent worker of the park J. H. DuPre and Mrs. O SNewcomb. Contests were played by the empire gowns and aviation guarantee' applicantsare svllle, Monday through Thursday -
patty for her at their new 1&,' 18 invited guests during the matching floral headpiece' 9:30: a-m. .to 3 pm. Sgt.w:
is emcee during the Breakfastand project. tickets, and their In tlu mechanical, ordn- '
nose veil. They carried light be contacted at
Guard
jhqme on Bessent Road. Padgett-Padgett Introduced the guests an- Mrs. Carlton spoke brieflyon committees.The I evening and: prizes were pink carnations with deep, ance, avionics air-control the Selective may Service office In
,\ Arrangements of dahlias, : nounced the program, and the merits, alms and pro- furniture on the stage awarded to the winners. navigation aarology aviation- 'a
MIsst'geverly pink satin streamers. Starke Tuesday between ;
of any ;
gladioli and mixed spring Padgett recognized all past presidents. jects of the FFWC" and GFWC was loaned by Denmark's The hostesses presented the operation, and flightequiment Pl.and'2'p.m.. .
flowers were used !In the party MacclenJm and Elwood Pad Mrs. L. G. Powell gave the de- after which she installed the Furniture" Co.I Door prizes were honoree with a personal gift Miss Pamela Drew, cousin of fields. ,1

'rooms for the occasion. An ar- gett, son.ot'Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd votional, and a moment of following officers: president' donated by Leilas Dress Shop as a memento of the occasion. he bride Mrs. Tray Arnold for aviation ..'"'"I,
:rangement of white shasta Padgett of tarke. were unitedIn silent pra*er was observed in Mrs. Guy Sale: first vice- and Loudon's Beauty Shop: ton, sister of the groom was and Miss Suzanne) Waters attended Applicants also take ,guarantee I A Cloml/led Ad.in the TFL>C- ,
advantage
(daisies centered the refreshment marriage ""Tuesday April 25 memory of Mrs. L. A. Davis president, Miss Della Rosen and permanent flower arrangements as bridal attendants in may ORAFU, bring,.."",wt&. 'M.

table. Mrs.David jMont'kotnery at 7:30: p. m. $\the home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. and Mrs. S berg, second vice-president, by Colonial! Florist-" _

presided at the punchbowl the groom's par %ts. Rev. Or- W. Beckett, members who diedin Mrs. J. E. Hardy; third vice- i Members of the Little Women's ......1
) and Mrs. Robert Autry val Brookins of Hampton per- the past year. president, Mrs. Maurice Win- Club served as \waltreses.\ ,....
Cut the birthday cake. formed!! the ceremony." N Centering the speakers table, I Open Every Day:, 8:30till: 6 P.M. ._.

t'' 'The 18 guests Included members where the past presidents were Altar Societies Martha Sanders Fri.. Sat. Open till 7 1MVI.. ::.1
of the First" Presbyterian Adjustable Vlnyl\ Book also seated, was an ,ar-ange-
Church. Cover All sizes 30 ceMs. eo. ment.of tall stemmed rcd r08 sand Hold JointInstallation Is Complimented .,,,

t at The Telegraph. \ two smaler identical ar- .....:
J At Showers STARKE PLAZAPRESEASON ..
a _

New officers of St. Edward's' Miss Martha Sanders, whose

I Altar Society of Starke and St.I marriage to Charles D. Inman ,SALE Vii-! :
: Mary's Altar Society of .Mac- Jr. will be an event of Saturday \

Bullington's clenny were Installed in a Joint May 20, at 7.30: p. m. in .

R ,R i ceremony at the Gard m Rest the First Presbyterian Church .... '
D I aurant on Thursday May 11, was feted at two delightful
iI at 7 p. m. Father Cornelius parties In the past week: V1W

I Dougherty of Sarasota a for- The Presbyterian manse onCherry Dresses'
mer pastor, installed; the new Street was the setting Summer

Gift SPECIALS officers and was guest speaker. for a bridal shower on Thurs- :
GRADUATION
i Centering the speaker's table day evening of last week for pas

was an arrangement, of blue Miss Sanders given bv Mrs. .
r ii hydrangeas.The Tom Casey, Mrs. Fritz Kramer :::

i installation was preceded Mrs. L. V. Hardin, Mrs. R. PETITES JUNIORS
r. by a mass for Peace at St. L. Autry Miss Lillian Stump, \

Edward's church at 8 p. m., Mrs. R, G. Paterson and Mrs
followed by the blessing by W. T. Jackson Sr. I

Father Dougherty of the new A yellow anj green color I MISSES HALF SIZES'a x

shrine on the church lawn, a scheme was carried out In the -
e project of the Altar Society party decorations. On the

New officers for st. Edwardsare mantel was an arrangement of -
GIFTS president, Mrs. Lester yellow snapdragons, flanked by '
j
JEWELRY Camera Outfit ALL Humphries: vice-president/ ,, sliver candelabra with yellow fabulous, selection to t"OOc7rom
Mrs. Francis Meng. secretary, tapers. At other points of interest -

I Mrs. Ogden Bates; treasurer,, were arrangements of wr
1 Close-Out 11.95 up PhonographsWatches Mrs. Joseph Olssy. For St. daisies and fern.

Marys', president Mrs. Jack The refreshment table was .
Melkenhous: secretary, Mrs. J. covered with a cutwork cloth
TRANSISTOR 40% Discount40Discount I P. Whitt; and treasurer, Mrs. and centered with an arrange

Charles Klein.Black ment of shasta. daisies. Balancing -
RADIO the setting were silver I .

Rogers Stainless candle holders with yellow tI
Bull tapers. All appointments on .
Ladies Diamond $7.95 up ( J) OUR'REGULAR, I .
SET the table were of silverThe I /
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Killed On SR-100 .
Princess and Pearl punch bowl at one end was

REGULAR $25.00 filled with yellow punch with ::

20% Off ,LIGHTERS Monday NightA green ice molds. ,$6' .99 -
Rings ; NOW $16.95 One contest"was played durIng i' -
$ 50 the party hours, 8 to 10 V w
up black Angus bull was kill-
Genuine Cultured. ed on SR-100 near midnight ed o'clock her, and gifts.the The honoree hostesses open c Your Choice : ::

Monday when struck by a 1984
PEARLS Noritake ChirpReg. presented her with a 16-plece IV _
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ELECTRIC pick-up truck driven by George v -
i china starter set as a mementoof I _

: :. $37.50 SHAVERS 20% OFF Keystone Raymond Heights Thomas. 23. of also the presenttd occasion.the The honoree hostesses and .. : ..---

Thomas not Injured and .
was
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her mother Mrs. Malcolm -
NOW $24.95Whiting 12.95 up no charges were made in the I -
Sanders with corsages.
41Y ry
.
G. E. mishap. Damage to the frontof .
Fifty guests were invited to
.
& Davis Thomas' 1964 Chevrolet attend this delightful affair. Get ready now for summer'fashion'and save =
GENTS RINGS TOASTERSREGULAR truck was estimated at $300 by .

JEWELRYPRICE Florida Highway Patrolman On Tuesday evening Mrs. almost! $2 on every dress you,choose.'You'll: r
$15.00 W E. Sundberg. who investigated !-
..- '/2 20% OFF the accident. William E. Dowllng. Mis.: Bet have a fun time picking from a wide as. =
ty Crawford and Mrs. BobbyC.
NOW $10.95 Traveling south on .SR-1001: Crawford gave a lingerie i--.L sortment of'styles, fabrics colors and =

DIAMOND 8.2 miles south of Starke at shower for Miss Sanders in the toJuni I I rs..7
Identification Bracelets \ patterns. Petites 5 -' ; =
12.03 Thomas hit the bullas
: a. m. I Presbyterian manse on Cherry
NECKLACE '$4.95 up ELEC. KNIFE it stood in the southbound Street. '" \ 'v to 15; Misses,.12to'20: : Half: -=

.s-, lane. The impact knocked: the The mantel in the living sizes.!4'/2' tb.24l/2.. ...
TIE TACS animal 27 feet to the shoulder
$8.95 up REG. $23.00 room held a fan-shaped) =
arrangement .
The ; Use Carp's: Convenient. LayvAwayipIanLADIES .
of the road killing It. ,( 4 .
of pink spring 1 .... .' -
1.50 up NOW $16.95Portable truck came to rest in an upright flowers anii: the fireplace;: J was -
PIERCED the shoulder. -
;, position on banked with magnolia leaves. V.. -
Owner of the bull Is un-
Gracing the buffet in the din- '

I i. Earrings SHOP WITH US Electric known. Ing room of blue was a huge arrangement a SHORT SETS '
and pink !iydranleas. )
r STORY HOUR The gift table was centered KNltS : ,
FIRST _
MIXERS AT THE LIBRARY .
& Case with a pink and white '
., } I < REG. GINGHAM :;
You'll Be Glad 'Your Favorite Fairy Tales., parasol. ; / x4 ri : ::
NOW 8.95 vlll be the theme for Story I Centering the refreshmenttable i Complete' !,Ranier. =

$1.00 up. flour at the Public. Library I ; which was covered with --- .... "". -
.t:' You Did! thIs'afternoon (Thursday 1 l. white cutwork cloth, was an .;. .., -
.Asst. .
I from 3:30: to 4:15.: Miss B. J.t arrangement of sweetheart : it1 : $3" 99" .

Warren will be storyteller.. All roses and Queen Anne's lace in ; S.tyJes. _""*" Set' :

WALLETS & BIBLES NAME IN GOLD $4.95 up :children, aged 6-9 'are,Invited Ito i a low crystal bowl. This was w .
i attend. flanked by pink tapers in crystal -
I ; holders. Mrs. Bobby Craw-

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nRADTXHID COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKB.' FL0UTA

mm I for the
POINT
KIGIir


H Tax Change' Would Cut Fringe" BenefitsTHE:TLRBROOK select you your write fountain.favorite Come peP.liayv In.'




benefits in curtailed. The County Commission
Many fringe
small counties, such a. Brad- This year Bradford will would be the body (10 decide

ford, could come to an Abrupt realize a total of about $295- which "services" would be SPEED-

halt if projected slfiHhe are 000 in &co track tax. revenue, necessities. and which are 3 CYCLE 2

made In distribution of gaa. about evenly dlHtilhutcd between trills
Road building and maintenance -
tax and race track tax revenue he' School IJoard( and

as U being proposed In the County Commission\ after the certainly arp necessary.But would'j Yt .
off for the many other services ,
Florida Legislature; cream Is lopped I "
It the ;
financial axe
the
Services such ai the Bradford Development Authority and feel '
County Library Brad fold I hospital. Redistribution\ of' the: county's income IH cut drastic 'I FitferFlotWaslicrt(

? 4 ,, iwr wt xI. County Civil Defense, !, Bradford seventh cent !gas tax will cost ally"We would / t
but
I Icel.talnly
Fair Asoclatlon, Bradford the county $30.380'lf it passes could survive r
County Hospital, Bradford De- the Senate' &* it has the have to go back to i If'
of life," the official .
velopmenlt Authority, the Forest House the old way I ; : .. ltfilil-Basket "
Service's fire control unit, "If that hAppen,..." one official surmised, noting that ''Extralitt1etub.Mrnpt Its.' lef t-J
would be forced to depend
and Suwannee River Authority says", "thQ, fringe benefitswill people more on themselves I' -- overloads,frilly, ornulsance: loads "
would ,be stopped or severely I go.
: to' .. f>'., ty r,"; like sneakers. QC"colored; ; things,

.t; ''r< 'H' Y ''tthat.1'UQ". I
Conner Hits' <
4 I ,
Teenagers '

I. Yr I Is HeAbsentminded \Cut 'In FoodInspection M1 ::;" :{. 3 .I''rJ:: J": NO GUESS'WORK WASHER '

a Arrested InHampton '
'' ilt'r FULLY PROGRAMMED I I
M1. I
-.
I :.t [ -'i SIMPLE OPERATION "
B&EFour ,
s<&" I
It Man a rltMin job, but 1 ;
,, .. teenagers/ charged wit I' not quite the type It would Commissioner of Agriculture ::: I i : ; FUtei,-!io .vsftont-1tO lint' fuzz on
-- --- and with Intent -
.. """" "" "1 """ "" breaking entering Doyle Conner has termed a
seem at first glunu '/ :, KI cloths wash water is constantly
to commit petit larcen; for zr
Kidergartcn Presents Operetta were transferred to Circul A local bUHlnjHHiimn stolen; from reported his cut In department's the appropriation meat and //fi .t',; !. :j.tt; :rec: >>ciliated through the filter."ssepsr .
htH car "
Court In a decision made by; service ; ftI ,! \ hfW "
In front of his eHtubllnh- dairy products Inspection ,, ; if
'Zthmn Priest's KliMlerKnrtrn prnwntctl "')',h" \\eiUlinR.. iif the rlwwprtT. lu..t County Judge T, A. Yawn I Ia In; mont Wednesday nfternoon. "a flagrant disservice to i < 95

Frlell'nlnlr in the I.BIIS: Auditorium. Ix-lorc it lurge. iiiHllrme of parent and 1 hearing Wednesday morning A search by the Police Department the consumingpublic.." ,m' l ,'.> \' '14, '*' .

MUhm'llilfren. Mlrlu-le" All four are charged with fulled to turn His statement folowed action r' 3 ,-' ,
frlemln. Pictured In the Iraitt. lire: (tint. row left to right) up I !,,, 2 G 9
breaking into Guy Harrell'Phillips by the House of Representatives "'
Proctor )nvlil Garlnnd:! ((2nd cow, 1-r) Sumlru. Chitt, Tammy Powell Julie ,('hlllU- 66 service station and anything.. Then asked appropriation com

berg! Elena {'* nova, iliuljH Ayers. Jana Starting/ Lynne Johns; ((3rd row I-r) David grocery in Hampton about 1pm. where he 11 last neighbor hud the automobile mittee, following the recommendation -

Contn, Bud C..nna. .hinny iitruy, Bonnie Smith l"l'n"nn.: Tommy Cuffmun Saturday. May 13. They;; ? of Gov. Claude

Konny I'hlllljiH, and Byron Itoberts. were arrested in Panama City;; "Oh my gosh It's at Kirk

Sunday when officers stoppe Thomas Re .ltor.... I was Conner said the inspectionof I ,
them and foun meat and dairy. products as r 't ss tA
suspicion
on ,
Orleans and had practiced sonville: and A. J. Roberta., looking over dome propertywith "
I I $12.14 In change on them along' him tltitt afternoonand prorlded ,by the Department of
InjuriesAre medicine at the Jacksonville Hastings.
". .
Funeral services were held with a_ quantity of groceries we drove alll car." nut Agriculture, guaranteesto
beaches for 38
\ Fatal : years. of the at 3 p m, Tuesday in the Beach' Wesley Delane (Butch) Wil'I it wasn't there either. the'housewife that the meator :
He was a member from
ID free
she FOR
19 Harvey Lee auto fin- milk buys
Methodist Church with Rev. llngham ; The elusive wall a SELF CLEANING RYEN
,
Duyal Medical Association the D M' Mackey officiating Geiger, 17; Richard Klrchalnc. alky/ triucd to a ,'r"lre. | station ,- I da@ase\ and harmful bacteria,
Robertstr. Association
.
To Dr. Florida Medical it isrepresented"to .
Burial was In Warren Smith 17, and his brother, Timothy;; where its (urbHentmlnd- : quality -=-.- ..
and the first intern to ,
; was be.
Cemetery with Glddens-Grif- Wayne Klrchalne, 16, wer ed'?') owner hud left, It to I
Eart: H. Roberta M, of graduate from St. Vincent'sHospital returned to Starke and charged He pointed out that inspectors
in 1929, He was a fltll Funeral Home in charge. be wa hed. r You'll never have the dirty oven cleaning chore
I for his department destroy
I Neptune Beacti, died last Fri- Monday. Deputy Sheriff
past of the Beaches of! This P-' cleans itself, electrlcalM
[ day as a result of Injuries sustained president HOLIDAY INN Robert Green and Glen Moor I more than a million pounds again oven ; I Ir
Rotary Club and a member of '
food
accident contaminated products
in an automobile went to Panama City to return ffisn.-
I In St, Augustine. Rlbautt\ Lodge 272, F & A. M RECEIVES: CITATION: them per year.

Dr. Roberts' wife was ser- He was a member of the I "I certainly regret the situ "Jt is not unreasonable to -
*
Beach Methodist Church David Coats announced to- of :
deletion
I lously Injured In the, two-car atlon you've gotten yourselve assume that the =-
his widow that the Holiday Inn of ,
day In
Surviving are could result
1 this protection II
collision which took plare on into, Judge Yawn told 'the -
Lois Roberts: a daughter, Mrs Starke, Inc, was awarded recognition lives from FFFRd
loss of
the many
Villano Beach, but
the road to four Wednesday then added: LF .
Earlene R. Altee of Virginia with a certificate SERVICE MENAND" diseases and fond
'
was released from the hospital "But I don't feel that anpurpose ; Infectious
E. Jefferson from the office of the President "Flol.1Ida
Beach Va. two sons said
Wednesday.Dr. ; would be I served by;; poisoning! ; Conner r>os't teuell Ulq n eluN Inal
Keith of the United States and e7s ,. -
Roberts and touldailio become a dumping w dlnv own euoelauIrl
,Roberts wll3'b'rn; ; m St continuing you in JuvenU WOMENAy1Iyyytn77ttyyt7yn 1
the beaches the President's Council on I
Roberts both of ; for the nation'sfood
reared in Court. We've worked with al1 ground
Ga. and was '
'
George
Oliver Youth Opportunity, for participation meat'
four sisters, Mrs. Mamie refuse and rejected
he with of before and of
moved\ you some
where. you
Lawtey
of Baldwin Mrs Effie Minerof in 1967 Youth campaignby he added. )I
;
his faremta at:'-aw early' age. ''Lawtcy; Mrs, Pauline To- helping young Americans quite a, long time. 'l' and"I dairy confident products that It la .. "
He walls graduate of the'tTnl- "You have not permitted us: ., am ,, ..h BIG 3D") FULLYAUTOMATIC .
rode, Starke; and Mi's Nell help themselves through gainful not the wish of Gov. Kirk to: ,
, verslty ''of Florida and of Tulane to succeed In these matter ,
Andrews Atlanta Ga; two employment. r services -i
these Inspection
I Medical" School !in! New I and It appears you have made destroy ,I
brothers, John Roberts; Jack which have protected the I
up your minds that you are
Florida from disease I II
not gOing" to do any better people of J-J2* RANGE
I
I food
and unwholesome products
Ball was set at fl.500: each ,
'and the public defender's of. for many years

flee appointed to the case 1
after oil four .had signed affl. i BET1IK.: SPKOW 1OPSWOMEN ./ I : I

"/ Save by Paying Cash I davlte of Insolvency. The boy BOWLERS 01" PLUS ALL THESE OTHER TERRIFIC FEATURES

I all admitted their guilt bu Bottle of Keystone.ffeighUVa )
prow Controls'1
Always accurate Pushbutton
'requested an attorney .. membex. ot ..thej I Ie
,
for My Appliances. : I ,The boys pried open the ,j CTdua-Col team,' came np'wltn'' timed appliance outlet $2 4'Convenieot

TI back 'door of. the station to one) of the top BOO series of Automatic: Oven Timer t

I enter. The loot Included e. the season Tuesday ,night In ,!

quantity of, )loud, an auto the Gainesville Rebel League',:
wheel and tire along,With thhango. < at Palm Lanes. The Keystone

I : They traveled to Pan.. bowler had games of 204-215- I Western Auto Assoc. Store

Where' do I'get I the Cash? Borrow from the 'Community ma City In"G lger'lI 193! 197 for a total of 616 to head ,

Chevrolet. They,were questionid I Airman Aubrey W, GrlffU, a hefty list of good scores. <.

:State,, Bank Why do -I I save? Because their charges are about the groceries, In Panima son of Mr., and Mrs Lorenzo I I :'M2 W. Call St. ]Phone 96 -68H, :
City; an4 a confirmationof U Orlfria oT' Route 1, Lawtey A Classified Ad hi the TSXEGRJ.PH > -I

the theft with authorities has been selected for technical brings result..
Tailored J
low Bank Rates. Minimum of Red Tape to '
sere resulted In the arrest training at Lowry Air
The Sheriff Department 1 1ilao is Coloiada, as a U. S. Air 1"orcemunitions --

my Budget Terms_ Confidential Transaction and javastlgatlng $two other I specialist.The .

>reak-ln over the weekend.. Airman recently completed I II
'
Friendly Service., One, occurred! the Crystal basic training at Lack-
Lakeshore home of A. Q Smith land AFB Texas'His new DINNER
CHICKEN
:rom which a phonograph and school is part of the Air Train-1
Itumtl Owned Home Operated I. t' number of: Records were ing Command which provide

IItolen.i hundreds of specialized course*

The State BankOF i Tho other was made at the 'to provide technically training I

Community lomo of Herbert Cloversetthin .personnel for the vatlon'i

: BR-10O about six miles aerospace force.
,
STARKE vest. of Starker Intruders there I \I STARKE ELEMENTARY CAFETERIASatur.day

\ were 'apparently scared away Pie Vernon J. Conner, BOn
MEMBER F. D. I. C.HASWORTHY'S I Entrance was gained but nothing of Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. t

was atole.q. Conner of Klngsley Lake was I

another weekend Incident, among the more than 10,00 1

sheriff deputies broke up a Marines. who participated Inl 20th .
fight en louth-SR.190 about recent amphibious training exercises May

2 a.m. Saturday involving on the beaches ol I ,

Troy Smith John Underhill,, Camp Pendleton Marine Corp I

and Marshall Eaves. Base in southern CaliforniaThe .'

week-long maneuvers included 5:30: TO 7:30: P.M.
the j
Marine unlta from
Rotary Speaker
FURNITURE West Coast and Hawaii

Tells Importance

Pvt. Edward C. Harvey Jr...
Df Making Will son of Mr. and Mrs E. C. I

1 Chester 'Yatea, insurance Harvey of Lawtey, has com- 25

agent, and a past president of ;pleted four weeks of individual
PitIft SALE combat training at Camp Le-
I ENTERTAINMENT
he Gainesville Rotary' Club,, *
'poke .to Starke Rotarians Jeuan, N. c. During his more
than 200 hours of training! ,he
Vednesday on the Importance
of estate planning.The learned to detect and remove .
mines and and use
booby traps
speaker stressed the im-
I the standard Marine Corps Infantry -
GOING ON tortance of careful: planning weapons. lIe will now DOOR PRIZES "
STILL tl il order to avoid high taxes
receive at least four weeks of :
and unnecessary expenses In I -
specialist training before being
he administration of ,an es- I "'"
assigned to his first permanentUnit.
ate. He also said that i a will i
Wouldn't it be plum silly to pay someone else $169.90 i necessary to Insure \tat an ) .


I for something when you can buy it from Nasworthy I II state rants it goes to go where upon the hfs death.owner Pvt. Jerry D. Kercp, son of I

Mrs Sarah J, Fulaham of I
"Don't live smart and then

I Furniture for $84.95 Why waste your hard earned] die lId. stupid;' the speaker warn eight-week(Starke.. has completed administrationcourse an I I Sponsored BySTARKE


1 for the difference / He was introduced by at Fort Dlx. N J. He
.
money harlea was training in the preparation I
) Sawyer.
of military records hand- '


1 ALL I 'OUR..FURNITURE flMeeting CalledThe ling and Army the filing correspondence fundamentals system typing.of the I I I SHRINE CLUB


'j '
Advisory Committee of
Pvt Dan lie B. Rhoades. son
GOAT
MUST I
the Starke State Farmers mare of Mr and Mrs"Terronce> 1..1 :
(.will meet at ,the market
Rhoades of Ralford, has completed -
tonight (Thursday) at.8:30: to z
eight weeks of advan-,,

1/2, PRICE. ) determine oaalbllltles the,for need reorganization and discuss ced Infantry training at Fort Patronize Our Advertisers

Lewis, Wash During this time
\ qf tho market operation here I J
he received specialized instruction COMMUNITY STATE BANK REGISTER OIL CO.FIRST .

C. H. NASWORTHY\ FURNITUREAND next The season.\meeting was called by In small unit tootles and I II FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN: BILL POWELL; INS. AGCY.
In I firing such weapons as the I
J. C. Prevatt chairman: of the FLORIDA HANK AT STARKK; STARKE NATURAL GAS
M-14 rule the M-60 machine
APPLIANCES immittee, and will be attend
and the 35-Inch rocket TJ SI CLAm SERVICE
run NIf'T:: FAULKNER'S
ed by W. O. Whittle of Winter launcher. I K. ; .
Haven[ Chief of. Florida ,Statearmcts : KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
BALDWIN CHEVROLETJOHN
'
Marketa.Other STUCKEVS J'EC \N SII01-
TOIIODE. SHELL OIL
members of the comiHtee I
are Edwin *.>Starling, !''Wrlll'htVsde Oasklns, Ira :, ,HURST SHELL SERVICE FLORIDA PEST CONTROL

I 1.-ither Jiailard, Oscar Cart\*', KVUaon. and Pet (Jrl"l"j j .. .
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BRADFORD COCNTT TKUCflRAriX ST RKE. FLORID% FACE FIVE
MAY. 13, 1967 .
THURSDAY. -.- - ....
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-'- I BX Vlnrtnlft F. Dnrhy"Aa 1 1I 150-A. T Paul x 10 175-Hllby Rlli" b 3 63Stiltlnn aU-"nlt" Cafe Ij.q.
ing: the county's school $35.- I Deputy Clerk 1 ISO---PllllllDH till Hervi.' ,. oHtlltlnn ISfi :rthjl :,4, I ivli, ,, ir.7S, U&IIdl.. Wllllatna 1.22
Teacher Raises 000 per year. iJiIrQ (Seal at Circuit Court) 7 02 191.Sln'lolo'r" Mention' ._t" .......... DWAJcD
)! : ft/Id 4t fl/8 I'82l.i".h'.1. MnturCourt SOI Ue-t.-lly BTliiok T Tluim. TAX. Colla I
Casey noted that $33,000 la ,. \1132' : .. Ht'ip: I 8.1// TAX COLLEt'TOR"tTY :
10 per cent of the local funds 1 ,. C'n.--;:; I 83--F'lxle "Hhop' 5 11 20(1( .Itllrkc, Hiirdwuro, > OF STARKE. "''LA..
lo he th. ConttlrJildK
in I 64.-Lenti'r I'r""ull Ui 7f( JJ'.nn.u: ,' \I. TiK.kii, a11& a.15
Uio school .
.
With Local Funds budget. Any llrailfiird (:" .nt, Florida.\
raises that might be given In I'robntr.i .
i Tn r4<: lOHtnto orI
experienced teachers would I U'rlUE;: BHAKF-KIl MITClll:l.L I
total only from $11,000 to 1 0\ I 0"8u".d. I
Tabbed Doubtful To. All Creditor' and Pi>rannaHavlnir
$13.000, he said and about I ; ("Inline or Demand.
half of the county's 172 instructional AirnliiHt Sn Id Kntato:
personnel are on 1 You nnd each .of you .iirhvreby A DOLLAR SAYS
It is questionable whether annual contract. I notified any claima and and rmnlrpd Uonianduwhlrh t tprwaint 10

Bradford County teacher sal The superintendent also yo-n, or vlthor" .of ytiu.irmy .
aries can be increased from hav. airnlniil the ixtnte <>rl.UCll.W
pointed out that the School
monies next term, School 8H.\KKKl! MITCHKL.L.: .
local Board "really more than corainlted decvnHud. late of mild. County,
Snpt. Tom Casey nays, but If itseif last year" when! t" the .County Judffo of Ururt.
raises will ford County, Florida at hi..
they arc the probably (
it Increased annual contract "'fflro. In the court houm* .of
go to the more experienced salaries from $4,6I: to $:!,( .Bid County at atnrki- Florida. YOU CHICKEN
educators. Each teacher JOO'j within nix rnUnrinr month from, OUT
beginning tho tlma of the flrat pulilli "The whole salary thing is
ceived u lIaM Increase while' <>' thla nnth'e. ICudi!: <>liilin orind "
ad much up in the air ." continuing contract personnel 1 Hhull bo In wrltlnur, and
.
commented. ahall mate the plat-e o-f reMlilencnanil '
he received J150:) ralae last ,
only a |>ont ufflco adilreaa of the
But before any salary increases year. claimant, nnd Hhnll hp nworn toby
from local sources are the claimant. h..r ntti-nt. her,
That's ralsa that
why any nnd nurh claim
attorney
any
even considered Casey says, came this year would h"*e to I or d .miqd not m> riled ohnll\ Invoid. PHONE 964-5126
the School Board must wait Softball Field Hearing Completion .
go firvt to the experienced
and see the outcome of the said. personnel "S/WC1UR" M. CHRWSIATC1MJ : HoI; N. Temple Ave. U.S. 301 North
Casey MITCIIEI.LCHKWHna
education bills now before the i A big gripe Bradford teach The City Rerrwatlon.. Dtipnrtnt* new miftball field on the Conway Airport KXKCtTHlX: of the Ui.t GOOD THURS. FRL SAT.
Legislature and a decision Will nn<) TuNlament ofLlTtTLB ,
handed ers have now la that they ,lt. lit nearlng; riHnplntton' and It loot.* bvth-r than thin |>liutu with It* tirlftht rlnyInfield HHAFKKK MITFirm -
must be down in the teach for three at $:i- CHoLL, dee"8a.,1,
which years and uhlny iillver'' frnrt. MAY 18 19 20 ONLY
timber tax suit la coati 000, then jump only $150:) golnjt publication May 1H, 1907. ,
The Utility Department promises It will\ he ready hy next Friday night fur the 6/11 U 6/8
onto continuing contract in
I == nwn' Hlcm-pitch noftbnll tountiun.Mit ''with team linlteil frrun all over the Mtato. I
their fourth year. Beginning Cl r ..r Nlnrke, PL.rl.lii I
salaries were jumped to $3,000 1'1..1'' I'Miinlil l>rlln.iuiitTURKU Now you ear) ave buck on bucket fall of delicious Kentucky

12Wides. here last year, however to *!.** ler'1'"..f nnl... ProperlyAS Fried Chicken. Fifteen tender, taaty piecea'ol chicken, plui cracklln*
,
! meet competition from surrounding pRovinnn iiv miAPTKn2U7S8 gravy and plpln' hot rolla. Enough for 5 to 7 hungry people.
ACTS OF 1041. NDTICKIS ) ,
counties who hod- fllVRNTHAT TAKOrBLlfl Chicken? Chicken. Th beat-selling, beat-taatlng chicken In tha ,

Customfade! jumped to that level.A PERSONAL, PKOPKHTY TAXHH worldl Becauae Ifa made from Colonel Sander*' lecret recipe of Itapicee ?
For Florida recent revela that ASSESSED! Fun THK YKH1S8H
Llvinlf survey AHH) NOW : and herba...and cooked accordIng -
25 of the state's. 67 counties AXD:- :- DF.I.ISQtTENTI. .
, Get Mop\ will Increase local funding for I 1907 SUCH TAXKS ARRPHAWINO to hi*patented proceae.Here' .

YOU teachers' salaries in the next, INTERNET OF ONHPKRCE.NT : a dollar that My* you'll call
i For Your $ $ J ;: PBK: MONTH I PL.U*"
school year.. They are led by1 HtMUPOKTTO.VATK: COST!'! OBPUMI.ISHINO ..1 Kentucky Fried CWckeri linger llckin*

No Salaried or Commissioned Brevard which will a sure' a UNIKHH THK: AMoUNTM TUB NOTICE KISTOPWHUTH good.*

Employees minimum of (5,800 per year. KAOH NAM: HR- .
I In Bradford's current ached LOW AHI3 PAID nEFOUK THIS ,. .
Ind OF Jt'NW': A.D. 19'17' WAR
I DAD & BRAD.LARSEN ule the county receive $3,930 RANTS WILL. UK IHSl'FiTHBREIN 1>
cSl.W-
LIKE TO WORK under the Minimum Foundation nrilKC'TINO: TilE .'.
I Program and adds $1,050 LKVY I'PON THW SKIZIJHH' I>FTAMdinLEl
PERSONAL: HHOPRKTY -
: YOU Benefit! to assure the beginning salary OF THW TAX PAYKIM' $1.00
of $:),000.I FoR ITNPAIfl TAXKM. .
l'I.NAI"-1
I r TIR.S ANIl AUDITIONAI. !
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I THW NAMES OF DKM.Ngt'UNTPERSONAL. :
I AD Size n Display I K. L. Robinson PIIOPKUTY TAVI, _CLIP THill COUPON" A
PAYERS ANn TUB AMOUNT! OF '/co
8-JO-12 Wide* "HW! TAXK* INCIxUDl.VCl THE'
Services Held
COST OF AIWERTISINCI' A.M: >
IVi Batha THW PWNAITIKS AHB ASFOL.IXJWS ...,
and Expandable Here Sunday : I ft"I.
I.I-Ay or SAW Co. 9.83
.__ .. .;a
;
14-Hadcork AHHOdate
Kenneth L. Robinson, 30, of
Store HO.SO ,
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New and Used Starke, died Thursday, May 11, This Is Too 16-Bella Onrnire 2.75 '..
In a hospital at Pompano Progress 18_HiUBH Auto Body, & ,
Radiator Shop 4.73 .....
8-Yr. financing available Beach a. the result of a heart 19-Hlll> Drive Inn 11.93'
attack Pro&, In the dixmontltng of tho old field home at Brnilford High School, 31_Hrook* Klah Market &.64 ':

Use Our Rental-Pur- Mr* Robinson was born In aha,", here minus Its roof, window, and doors waiting for the wrockern to tear 44 Ul'beJolnuto'unMr'll--City Ftxh A Meat' Mkt.Home\ 14.88 8.10 I

chase Plan-Paymenta Aurora, N.C. on June 5, 1927, duwjf the Wttllw. The lant plm-e of rhrnbliriy IH brlitK taken out In tlo photo above. 46.--Cltl..* Service Station 8.10
47 Colonial Florlm 11.99
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Under ISO Per Month and had lived in Starke about The old building, ..0.111. l many wlnnlnMT B Tornado tennw, Inrludlng a grid team. (88-Do'I..'. Fnnn Supply 15.75 COLONEL SANDERSRECIFC ... '

I I gone ten years.into tlw He trucking had recently business ,, that tan up a string of 32 guinea without a towi and In the! paMt two year* two 109 112_-Irma'a Francla Beauty Jenklna Shop Plorlet 1.9H 1.98 Wo fix Sunday dinner seven Jays a week: t\tuk" Ji'ied CkiektlC.

11&11.; A State Champion eleven 121-U ,I. Kite 39.B4 .
I with an associate at Law-I 122 H. V. KnlKht 11.93 ,
/ OWNER
ley, and wag on a trip to But the boye. now ha\'a, a new $100,000 facility, alr-condltluned anil with plenty 193 Mertle McKlnney 914 C. It. 1JUASVVELL "
NON. South Florida when stricken of hat water 134-M. U. McMllllan 11.93

with a heart attack at the -

Mobile Home Sites Pompano market on May 4. Ha .". -... :\ ..... .,. .' :,.-,,-. -- -.
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was hospitalized there and suffered Silver ,, -r'
Olga AquHla Spring :
.- AVAILABLE the fatal attack a week Md.; and! !Mrs. Madge Beach- ." ., J;, .

Full Lake Privileges later, while still In the hos em. Aurora, N.C. I I II jgSa; Jingson 1
pital. Funeral services were held
Homestead Exempt- Surviving are his widow, at 4 ''p.m. Sunday In the New i ,.. ... .. ..

Financing; Lillian Voncille Robinson; four Congregational Methodist: t I -.. .It.

daughters, Cheryl Lynn, Church north :'of Starke, with ..

Lake Geneva Brenda Faye Karen Sue, and Rev. V. Ci Bailey and Rey. ..".". ...
Linda Gayle>..one son, Darrell J. D. wnnams officiating-! : .. .

Wayne Robinson all of Starke; Interment ,was in Santa Fe .

Trailer Sales I three brothers Hugh Robinson, Cemetery with DeWltt C .. ..
Corpus Christi, Texas; Harry Jones Funeral Home in charge

toblnson Aurora, N.C.; and .
O* Boot tOO, On* Mil SB!! : of arrangements.Mr. .
!Elltobt Robinson, Norfolk, Va.;
Keystone Height Robinson was A veteran ..
Open Sun. & Eveninn four alatere, Mrs. Donna Spry of World War'' II and a member ..
and Mrs. Lizzie Galombrlakl, of the Methodist Church. ..
I both of Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. I .
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New Front For Call Street
WHY NOT GET THE BEST?


PEOPLE ,; Call Street In sporting a new front, Nolan Wondburn ha* I

: remodeled hlH Gem" Jewelry store at 100 K, Call with a brick

faring and two flower bed*. He also uned a little paint. [OlDR IVI

; ""..'ve got to do something ," he cay.*. (KilltorHNote

HELP I : / l>oen thl give anbody eNe an Idea) :.

WE MADE A GREAT BUY TO PASS =
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I Fires BannedIn Sapp answered the call but OUR SAVINGS ON TO YOU BUT
THEMSELVES could find no trace of tin
Negro. Deputy Green was cal I WE HAVE NO ROOM IN OUR

Area Due led ''in on tho cans too, but STORE! SEE THE TRAILER-LOAD

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so far has uncovered nothing I

ri To Drought I OUT IN FRONT! BUY RIGHT .' .. ...
i Let us tell you how we are helping people like Adjustable Vinyl Book BUYNOW' -

: you help themselves.Our savings customers have Due to "extreme drought Covers. AH sizes 30 cents estt -.-

conditions" in. the Eastern The Telegraph.
the hsiiirance that their savings are safe,are Central and Southern parts EASY

.., earning good returns,and are easily available when of Florida Oov. Claude Kirk IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OPTHW Th.SOMERSET. )((4210
has declared a state of emergency E'OHTH' JUDICIAL, CIR S44888
needed They have the feeling of self-reliance ': In the area east and! CUIT COUNTV.
FOR PKAUKCmi>
south 'of the eastern boundary JOHN FHANKI.IN WKAVUIt! : ..
that comes from knowing they arc:better prepared of "Jefferson County. Plaintiff, ,.

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for financial emergencies.Too,they know' The Governor's proclamation LORETTA" NOR ECK WEAVER With Acceptable
declares it to be unlawful for U".n""nt.xo'r.t'.J .
their savings will enable them to take advantage any person to set fire to any TO: LORETTA NORBUCK OF1. IIr.T: NO MONEY DOWN! Trade-in

of pleasures that make life more enjoyable. forest, grass, woods, wild land WEAVER,, .
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.t or marshes, or to build s ClIo MH8. FRANCES ,.
campfire or bonfire or to bunt NOPBKOK2HI1 ..
This Is how we are helping people like you help : trash or other material that C HtrnetPhiladelphia.! Penna., -

forest 01 YOU AKH2 HEHKIJY: NOTIFIED SCREEN PORTABLE TV -..
.\ may cause a grass BIG
themse1 Let .
Yes. us help you. .. : THAT an m-tlon fur dlvorc ..
woods fire. .
., I ha* h *n fllvd matnt ;you ..
and lawenforcement and are required to .
All county etate you mrv. ..
; officers are asked a copy of your written def.n.... 172 jsfc list picf imie
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: If any ta It on Tharon A. Yawn, ..
''to give full assistance In enforcing Jr. Attorney for Htatnttff who. ..
I this statute. The adar..H% !I. JJradfortt foanty? ..
', V lifted Court Hounn, Htarkct. Florida 1 OUR LOWEST 'Your greatest value' 'In a big-screen portable TV...' ,
will exist until
emergency and flie the nrlvlnitl with the .. :
full Zenith Quality throughout! Features n. .:
.' Clerk ot the above atylrd Cniirl
by thj Governor. gracefully Him molded two-tone color cabinet.) .-
on or before June lit. U87;: ..
I 1 otherwlae a Jud m.nt may ha Charcoal' color and Oft-White color. Top carry,
Saving makes the difference \ Cash Reported entered agalnet\ you.for' the' relief ."L Monopole antenna.TheRCSORTeXZOloa .
demanded In th Complaint

Taken From or petition.Wltneia my. hand. and' Uie. e..al $12888 .

Join the "IN CROWD" of eald Court at tnrke' Ftnrldathf '
Service Station >.18th' day of A.May OAHBV.Al, 19 t.CHARI.HH HANDCRAFTED 20DDOVOLnOF':

Federal of Starke Theft of undetermined Clerk of n..ldConrf URE POWER
at First an E.Z TERMS! Na printed circuits! =
amount of cash was reported DP'
early Wednesday morning at No producllonshortculSI -
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brightnta
the Eastern Oil Station at 523 I Greater operating
dependability! clsrltyl :

and Loan West Kenneth, Brownie, Bagwell" station I JLL1AMSO0D -..
Savings
manager, said' a >tall Negro ..

man walked up behind him as *SfttfffU'quality aouiatsfofi!thi atmi. gait :
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he opened the door to the station. :
ASSOCIATION OF STARKE Bagwell said he>' felt ORK SHOl* ..

218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 lomethlng something hard that In could his back have ;


been Robert a Green gun, reported'Deputy, Sheriff 122 E. Washington Sti, ay's Home Appliances I i

Come in and get your FREE copy of the booklet The Negro forced Bagwell to FREE ESTIAIATES .

unlock and empty the safe, R. T. Williams,' Owner

"What You Should Tell Your Child About Money." then ran toward Reno Phone 355 N. Temple Ave. EUGENE TANNER, OWNER Phone 9647511I
City Police Officer Felix Phone 96-1061

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1 City Hall I G e I Itlll o New Municipal( Bookkeemn I I !!' Svsfemworth I $50 system.to the According Bradford to I $37.50 JlmmJB: bond Lee forfeited.Green tecklessInstnllntlon I ;

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234 students whom-"pare' bond folleitcd.Diana .
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of a munlcipn' nnro from Scott: t Ihi't, )h<- i 2 meeting to terminate the a power. plant engine that > al ':OII;>IIH, .'.viitem in nndcv needed for, a long time. He tervices of Da ndeake! who had ightrlntf si i nek iU'irof juvenile delinquency Authorized Edwards federal Impact Area funds conduct voluntary Intoxica-

way at city hull :Miinlrlpa.Juidlloi %, :::1 ill )he tcvi-. ., .. i I..... ... ... won ict.ilned in an exchange, In moving IWCI'pt"''lo'e of till That opinion was backed up write to two: ,property owners.Ottrl' to. SUrke. lilch could moan 120,413 this thou drinking as a- minor; 30
No i I Scot:! o. PurviyCru ,ifCicL- cnn hiimlle the, tyatu. if letters II yonr ago laet Sep- Johns bid, U'l'lmnn,' noU'd
> iml Tower. of O'llnesVllle ..niclcipioper. supervision unc.It ember. Attorney Plerco goli. nfter coi.iu hiZu' inn: ; o-.1|ljli, .. 110 ...11<4 the city's recreation asking them 'to ha.Va their Iota filed after a car occupied by The present cards are to take Gene Tony Dyson, drlnklni!
I told I ho City Council III set up. the agreement made iu the rebates' on thi,> cither bIdS H department "le one of the bent near 'the site, of the new county : several Negroes was filled with a tecond count for the latter as a minor disorderly: conduct :
Tuesilny niK'it', at its icgulai I III.fleiK also stuteil( thu.Vudltuc tiers was a binding contractbut was still the lowest,> onO ''Im//.." we have hero." t courthouse .cleaned t up. gas Sunday according to nix months In the year. Impact voluntary Intoxication realst- I

tncctlng Scoa told him Hi, based his. opinion on the Cleared up the point us to Received! report' Ihttt the Scott aatd'' the city has a Deputy Sheriff Robert Oreen. parents. also filled out thc an arroHt. striking a police
: xl''lh'nl cooperation.! hive" ffico was "being kept act that Dandeluke has per'ed who linn boon (paying> for the .iow softball diamond at the number of. ''unpa/ld bills for After the tank was filled the cards In January for the first! officer: 70 days.
been ,nv i-iuvl" ,I from Cloi k Mor-, trulKht. ," even though the ..... no services In fiscal uniform. for the Little Leiigur Vociitlnnal-Tcchnlcal Training !Mowing, some, of',which date driver shot out of the station half of the year but are being

fin 1 ICiKviu.U! : and his staff theauditor nroper nrejumllnif system hut 1967. baseball loam sponsored by the Center! site; has -been completedand back to, 1938, and Edwards onto U. S. 301 and headed asked to complete another re
told tho council. been lacking. in other action, the Council: Starke I'otiro Dept. Council that it will be used for a suggested ,that all such old north. But Station Manager port.Mayor's. THE!: RIGHT POINT for the
A general ledger I Is planned ,I' .!I.., .. i ho advice of CIU Awarded. the city's entireinsurance man Nell Tuekor n.skixl tli.it 11 "tatl'W Ida tournament soon. bills be reviewed.and then Leslie R. Prevatt got the tag tie way von. write. Come In

!lor( earh, fund. Scott said A.ttorney George Pierce, the contract for 1007-68 be clarified! uii: Police One :McRue\ Bald' the city employees, written of the' books. If uu number of the vehicle. CourtThe and select your favorite ES-
which"' is something the city .ounni fUc-Luay liiglli. I luiiiHuv to the Chancy E. Johns Agency Bill! Kosher uilil ihn mill'arms& who worked on the project did collectable. The warrant names John TFRBROOK fountain pen.

Jloo'n't( have now. Under the .a pay a $-.800 bill submlttei.y representative for the were p a i ii l from t h i u good job and should be publicly The council askod! Scott and; Doe alais David Blant Jr. Ball 'I ELEGRA Pit.Ii'l'I'2 .
no nyitein monthly balfmce Former Auditor George!; Travelers Company, the same Police Benefit Fnii'l' which de thanked. Edwards to prepare such a list la act at $800.Impact following cases wel'Cdisposed
sheet /and Income and expense Dtmdelake tor services for the group who had the contrac. : .1 vea It* income lrun: a IJO- Accepted without commenta and submit I It for inspection-' of In Mayor'u. Court
-statement on each fund current ((1U6U-6O\ ( i.uuui: yuar.' last year. Johns' bid wai ent levy on each fine Imposed report by Fire" Chief R. C. Area Card Tuesday night: Dan Williams
will be nmde available to the Clerk Merrill Edwards was Instructed J 18,181 $700 under the HaroliC. I n municipal court ( Red) Buford that the city voluntary intoxication ten '1'" TIIH I'lHI.H-:
iouncll, That information: to write! Dandcluki Wall Warrant Sikried Return RequestedParents dMa or $52.50. :N'ltleiIs; hiM'elvy given tlintHcnlxmrd '
Agency, representative Kosser said he .Vils! thepolice firemen wish to continue In Air Una !tR I) should come out about the loth; of the council's decision. for Hartford. at $18,970. Both should l help children In the retirement r>hn. In Gas Theft Robert Owen Cook reckless! will I file ttn niipllciilon -
$f each mon"'. Scon'; num. Since Lmmlelaku was pnld bids Included $200 deductible I In the service or driving and running atop sign, tl with the Klorlda. J'ubllc
any way, and that the Little --Told R. C. Dampier that t 4.*.rL'IIII"n'o"llIn' ...nI.y: 2B.HIT. .
for his IDCiO/ audits and since civilian workon $6.50 court costs each
employees who on
The Himiinr !sa..i the newiystern clauses on property damageand League helps to keep them out I the city will get around to removing if If" .""". th,T,..ftr on
; : will ,rcniilt in "a little II) work xvaH done In 1CU7.Jounullman $000 deductible on bollcimachinery A John Doe warrant has federal property. of Impart charge. K.H-ihli-I ..r iiiilliorlty to illxoniliiii -
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of trouble. his biulnctt
( some trees at .
Merrltt Willinmajontenrjeil been signed against a Jackson- I .," I UKnnnnwrmy HtiitlonUK
:; area students are requettted to Ray Mack Crawford. volun-
nore detail" for Cleik MerriEWardM. Chairman Ruby Johns said 'I place as goon na possible. .'.''t|t irn I lie I U-c-ur: 4'os ill tnirk
J}< But he added that tho city docs not The contract went up approximately she hue seen Juvenile ,records. Utility Supt. Oscar Davis said vile Negrofqr. Stealing Ifaa- return the cards. sent hometo tary Intoxication, five days or a I Wllliroril. tllli-lirlHt County.Klorlriii. .
.wp thu nuuitor anything.; I line from the Thonl: Oil Company them Monday. .
$4.000 because of
the In the office will be .
girls that prove that since the clly'srecreation the city him a number of ttlml- on U. 8. 301' north ofHASTINGS $27.110.Wll1Io Patnd nud poHtecl" this. 15lh
'Able' to handle the system once "In that ease I don't si-e the additional coverage for program/ has been lat' roqueats) and will get School Supt. Tom Casey, says Jordan Jr., icckless! ..hl)' of May. 1!>I)7.Mi'Hlioiiiil ) .
It I Is net upEdWRnta A'hy we owe him on<* red pen-, boiler machinery (power plant every card that Is returned Is driving by Improper start Air l.lnc Itallruait,'

said Wednesday he \v," Willinmsnld.. I engines). Tho city paid $$11.000 Company"', c H 'I'....k
Is getting :the t\pp of .i isiBooks Counril\ voicil, :i i in HM MK.V lust!! year to repair damage to L -- _L rO, t- V In )Itllrlnt.'nh'nt:! | ,
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.:t it I n Th e \ A Q ;_ A I3 ...., II. I Latent Factory PrecisIon Trainee( Equipment.Mechanics. :

: ,) All This Work Oiwramteed.Wiwtlc .RneelaJ.. j

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4 FOR SALE Pen.raIsed WHO MATTRESS
.' ; Turkey Eg-RS WhltiGuinea. & UPHOLSTERY>> WORKS INSURANCE I I parts e\lrt. If neededFIRESTONE
; AT REDUCED RAT
f I Eggs M.illiinl IHik> Eggs.J. 710 Lemon St. Palatk* S I
A M M. I Edwards! Ph OflJ-5-103.::; Furniture Repaired ,AUTO FIRJo:. BOAT 813 \\.. Madison

? ) 1T'jJ: tfchg Upholstered & Refinished INSURANCE DOYLE .:. : CONNER AGENCY I I

IF MATTRESSES REBUILT tf.ig-, BK SURE TO SEE WORLD
"Silver Sands"I'retty New. InnersprinKS BOOK: before buying any

F ; I Lake LotsDon't and Box Springs MARRIED COUPLES WANTED other encyclopedia. M. 4\.
r Drop Us A Card or Call for cottage parent work, Payne. your local representative -
Just; hang PALATKA, KA 0-9166 couples start at $445 per mo. since 19S6.::; Box 628.

;4g 1 I ;t Around Wishing MRS. PEGGY SHALLER Minimum education 9, age 21 : Phone 964-6560. tfchg

:, BUY ONE! 20* E. Adfcln.* St. plus. 5 Any week. In general
II StaorMa Agent Are you landing your Land-
married couples work arne
& ,I shift. Work In Food Service 'ord's son to college Why .
: McKAY Keystone I FOR RENT -Kingsley Lake pay rent Build on your lot
REDUCED? FROM $100 TO and Afaintance also available
I, Ph. 473-1H1B: ; furnished house. 3 bedrooms!! Qualified single >II' ours. Your plans or ours.

$70 PERJMO.NEW ; 300 ft. dock double dressing also] accepted. If Interested persons. Small down payment :See
Books Books 7c To $7 CI.AHMKIUU AltHATKS ap
:, room. Delano Thomas, 964- I models In Tlnebreeze. Long-!
: ONE BEDROOM\ ply in person. I'ersonjiel Office -
: 6507. tfcha- champ Const. Co. Contact Bu-
,..._ Sun land Training Center
I t IS wurol. I.OOEua.It FURNISHED
I I.milled. I downrlth used, IxxiUs for mile ti(>iliy,: ,through Snturduy at (tin' Guidon, p Gainesville. 4tchg 3/23:! I ford Mitchell, phone 961-6853

KeMiiiirnnt are IJetn S'' ;nii: PliI int'iiibrM 111'14.11111 $StrleUl.iml Mri. Betty. Reglnier,, nurd user 13 ._.:;_.5? GARDEN A'PTS..A.IR. CARL BEGGS I P. O. Box 238 Starke. tfchg

and Airs. \ Irginlit Joltbi.I Is.... rh..rll. If not Gulf
puld I. ..!.....!. ....:aa .i cOIiDITON74l.tT Service NEW MOBILE homes, Chick- FOR SALK J ,- BRICK HOUSE
USED PARTS asha 20' A. 24' wide. Buddy-
A penny will buy a book at, The penny will also line the Ic and $1.Available. I MUMOHI.U.M.: M OL.iTIOl; !|*, 'TO .B-H.S. ON'c' tearing completion, 3 bed-
Clcmaon' Travel Trailers
:; Top Price for Wrecked Cars Layton
the annual book sale. tponsor- coffers of the Bradford:! County are books. paperbacks U urmt w. 4 > :. "oom l'/4 bath. Located just
ed by Beta Sigma Sorority: goIng Library leeiplent of the pro- magazines and phono- C.Utll QP THAMK--- AII,!! : :r. I 24 'Hour Wrecker Service Liberty Taylor, Azalea ,lUtside of city limits In Pine-

on today Friday ar.d Saturday ceeds of the sale. graph records most In goodto 1m ..u.... ". ien _...-_ ..n: I -- Fuel Oil --- buy, sell, trade. Year. bank fi >I'eeze. Small down payment.

I May 18-20, at the (:ul- Hundreds of hart;, cover excellent condition. Inch: word Over tMJ'--1"!) AAA' .- S &: II Green" Stamps nancing.. 8673 Buckeye Roosevelt Trailer Mat.t.Inc. Blvd., Easy monthly terms. Long-

;don Restaurant on North Temple books are selling for five( or 10 Hours! of 'the sale are from. 1 ,) *: II",.,... SOl N. Waldo Orange Park 264-2131. tfchg champ Const. Co. Contact Bu-
.. YOUR BEST BAAGAD4. ford Mitchell. Phone 984-6833
Avenue. cents. All are priced between! 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. each day. .1 4418-1908
ADULT EDUCATION ola.e. car of, Ernest,TewWealty i VACATION: IN TilE1IOVNTINS'I' P. O. Brat 238. Starke. tfchg
I Join now. .Elementary\ *>nd LACY CONWAY

I Secondary. Phone 964-6091 ,, Inc.Gainesville I FLYING SERVICK New cottage in Blue RldS't'! FOR RENT!: Furnished 2

1 days' 0114-6800 evenings. tfI Ph. 3G-6 461. 1 FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. AJr- mountains 10 ml. from Rldg- bedroom house. Desirable loca

I I plane rentals. Greyhound Bus crest, on paved hlway. Sleepi tion. M. A. Paine, phone 064-
________I UNDERWATERWEED 29M N.: W; '13th St. Charter Keep your party together 3 comfortably. Completely 6560.: tfchff

!! j! ::::....:.cC. ::.::. 4 t charter a bus. Phone furnished with utilities.! $4(
:: : CUTTING
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m1"C:: : : = 964-6090.
C:::C':": : tfchg per week. June thru Sept WANTED !

.:. _:;.:. ,;.,, ,:," ,r-----"" ;;: '' """ I n All Types APPRAISALS AND i weeks available. Write. P. 0 !Someone' In this area to ....-
I ,. ; ,2>,;' '., .......-':' ... ::: '1..I'' ,=--,-, -- "". 'ONE STOP CONFIDENTIALINFORMATION Drawer 4Sta..ke.. Fla. tfchp cools payments. on SINGER

-- Bulldoeer: & IHAL-O-MATIC CONSOLE

;"i -:--.,:..;;:-;.-:., 4_ Drag Line WorkJ. MASONRYMlMtALS Concerning property. and property Myers Power Tool :\10""", sewing mwlilnw.. Doe
;I< -" t"I;!, ==-=="' = I nil button-
I -- = values .In Florida Area Headquarters For : Design ntltches
: ;." '::2 =-= :::=--:::: Gardner Property
::;:2:" ';" '.' = :::=- ====-= = = ,, C. I I Over thirty years experience Lawnmower' Power Tools tunics "mwa" on 'buttons, Monograms
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< etc. Originally
"' ,. =--=--= =-= In Real Estate matters MrCUIIorh Chain Saw Appliques -
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.. PIIONR 964-1720
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. ,.... ...,,,: ., '..' === -===-=:::=::::== $ I and Active Real Estate Pump & Water Systems. wild for 490.30.: Balance -
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- m<.z :. == === FOR RENT Unfuralahed, Broker since 1953. A. J. Brlgg &: Stratton Engines! now only $76.20, or $8
- j. ; : :;- I two BR house outside city. Ready Ml*, Concrete, Concreto'BlMOi. I Thomas, Realtor. Tel. 964. 701. Rentals Hales Service per month. 'all .ItwkHonvllle

t % mm i g Furnished 1 apartments in : .' 8nd' Rock, 230 N.E. 16th Ave. COLLECT: 3.13-lOin any time.
'" : :, ,.: ====== :== Starke. W. H. Nollmul. tf chg I /i'i for Credit' Mitnuger.VIII
,:; .:.: :, .:; s Canwnt Mdrt4r., Steel, 07"tier Gainesville 376-3411
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:mH. a Q & S PAINTING CO. Painting Shell Urn eroek. Roof II tfchf? deliver. Na olillffatlon.4tchg.
I. .:; :;:::;::- Grav*!.. ProtMt LJatela and The 5/21
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Paper Hanging Det'o..at.1 I
\Vlndow sins: Everythlnfor !: FOR SALE') 3 Bedroom 2
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Ing. Phone 984-5664 or 884- bath l'/a': stories, CB.house on LOSE WEIGHT safely with
I.I 1'i670.' 4tp 8/26 i 3r..try Ipoft.truet1on. Raiford Road. Cull Rudolph De, -A-Dlet Tablets, ONLY ORe ,

-NOTICE- Western Wear 964-7966 after 5:00: it Mitchell Drug! Stp 6/22
Hutcheson
I This does the job HELP WANTED Apply att: ANNOUNCING 2tchg 5-11 ,

SALE OF Waters Enco Station at 800 I A'N w P Gun* PAINTINO Inside and out.
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CHICKEN FARM:\ i S. Walnut St. Ph. 9649900. Itp I II --- ANTIQUES FOR SALE at Licensed. Ouw. Phone 782-

Owned Smith I FOR SALK;< : 8 .a ncrr 2 hyV. llngim
EAst Madison St., Starko. tf
I of 5 rorn&rcdtioiiers timber: 6 room house with at' ,,' SuppliesSadfidlary 1 USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -
To Whom It !MII.V Concern: porch half way around: 1 WANTED: Lot on Kln.g"ley", $15 up. 10 different
I barn> ; best strawberry lard jBradford. Keyttbha ,Heights Lake with or without cabin. name 'brands to choose from.Parts .
I. Ihn I1l1dl'r..lllwtl.| | || am .,..k-
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See me In. person< ing for, "Mdi' on my, r.kk..1tfarm ,. I will show and explain every. For l rietter.: S.ice: To collect 3,1!. L. Summers 7320408. : makes.! KIRBY BALmS &

lurated'. nnd "situated' miflrIinli.p thing. Lulu Dority-"bn Old That Ares.WeWHI.Not. Lake City. 3tchg SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville -
Koiid. Sturke\ Bradford '
301. Lnwtev. Flu. Itp : 37fl-7llO. trclg
County, Florida, uliicli
Be Coiishimt'. lift RETIRED COUPLE or single
: I Approximately: 15: acres of person FREE RF.NT In exchange Under. old.. Mrft l PONY & HORSE SALE Help Wanted
:(
GIANT Sat.. May 20 at 1 p.m.
liuid. for light duties. Write
I 'Chicken; IKMIM-S ((10,1100) ) Box 686. ,Keystone Heights BradfordEngineering JACKSONVILLE Come to Buy LIVESTOCKCO. or Sell Young married man -

17,000 S2' SGOO capacity. ), nnd I equipment., Fla. 32 fi6. tf-chg draft exempt high school

DruCUlLY 3. 1\11..111111'.011.. I'f'r..nll'I Phono 781-4677 ItrhgHOUSB KrtnliiHte'. prefer man
I property. FOR RENT 3 bedroom Unfurnished I No. 515 20 Acres on 30G od with etperienrn In drafting

I 4.. One I Inielor.. spreader. home. Call 9643413.Itchg. dry cleaned land, planted, in tor sale 3 bedrooms room and knowledge of blue

i mower grader, InitoVr" mid., -" I' pasture. Ideal for truck or 2 baths fenced back I Prints Mend resume to
other miscellaneous parts' poultry farm. yard. 1234 Blandlng St., Phone P.O. (Box 1000 Give Telephone -
to truwtor.ia FOR RENT 1 bedroom Cai No. 492 2 Acres -- completely 964-6074. Itp No. and! you will be
furnished house. AUo 2' bedroom ;.
Giant I 1)111.4 I \\ill lx, iiccepled. I Hint ; furnished 3 room and Dontarti-tl.
unfurniuhod! house! 308 S. : :
i are .below 73.1110.1111..)()( ) Mlclder Water llChg i Phone1. :;Starke bath bungalow located 1 mile LOST One girls brown flip
St.
Owen Joist Co.of
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: must wrriviKe. lila own financing roo. t out.. :of Starke on paved road. flop shoe. Fell from car in I .

and may Innpec' the premInen FOR SALE 3. .bedroom>m $$4493 Only $8900. Terms. For downtown area.. Leavo at Telegraph SUrke, Fiords

: FamilySize upon notifying the IIlId'r.Nlln..d house unfinished 3900. 8j{ Home, Farms Ranches Acreage Office or call 964-7608. i

at iiuit fit) u.. miles city limits. Phone 964- .K'ystolM Ready Business and retirement HPI FOR RENT furnished 1
The property N l presently. '\RO t. ltp ,Mi'! homes give us a call. bedroom cottage. Large living
No FrostBEFREATO financed, by :MM! Klorldit Prn- Keystone STROirr RKALTY FOR RENT FURNISHED one I room and kitchen tile bath
______ 4lui>. FOR SALE bedroom bachelor apartment.Air .
Uon {'rCtlit.I401'll1t..n and Boy's blcycU 2117 N. Temple Ave.. Starke private. drlvowav.. Near school.
.. this. mortnKi| ; must .be. paid good condition. Ph. 864-7352 473-4285 Fla. <((904)< ) 964-6609 conditioned $30 per mo 614 Lake St. Call 964-6277. 633
Itch Renner Apts.. 383 W. Washington I
of for
urrniiKeinentH pundit with
!Ml\ .
FOR SALE 1963 Mt. Vern- nice lot $3200. Needs
All I hula must I lie, ,, Hiihmitted some room air conditioned cottage tfchg
'' ',", house trailer 10 < %80 repairs: 401 Alton Rd. FInanc.ed on Crystal Lake. Call Mrs.L. .1 DURRANCE
to the OUter of Thomas &
: $ !.1 OO. Contact Kenneth Man- call Orange Park 264-6948. K Whitehead, 064-6312. FOR RENT -- One 2 beJroom'trailer.
IMerce not lull-r I ban 10:00) )
: I ning, Rt. 1, Box 179.4\. Starke. tfchf tfchg Westmoreland Trailer Pump & SupplyCo.
.tM.: May 211( I IU07.! r _
Itp Park. Phone 984-6857.: tfchg
-ONLY-- The undl'l'Nln: l renervcs the. FOR SALE FOR SALE: Roll-up Hospital 1 .
ii tight to Horept or reject any }((ILPVANT8D AD 3 MILKS!: OF STARKE bed ic mattress. New 3 BEDROOM Raiford Fla. :

or all bid.. Personnel for tho following House and lot, out of Town, condition. Olin White, Kochs Street Immediately behind Sales & Service

A 0 KetpectfullyHy sithuiitteml positions In Head Start will be tl.300.OO cash or $2,000.00 Drug. tfchg Rahns Grocery, turn left /go 133 N.
employed 'for nine ((9J) 'Weeks with terms of 10% down and to end of fit red. House on Temple Ave.

W. hogan Smith beginning June 12 through balance by the month. A. J. 'I FRESH vegetables for freezer see signs. As low as $50: left'l Phone 964-7601 I
'-. Route 2. tlox I I I-A August 11: Ten teachers, ten .
some
: 7LJLLiL .Thomas Realtor. Tet. 964-5701. ready now. Others will payment no closing
Starke. Florid teacher's aides, one social direUor. be ready later. Call -Mrs. s. CHarley : .We finance -- your credit l Is '
,. .. one social director's 2 BEDROOM Hampton, i 964-7317 or 782-3363.: good. Would consider renting- HCRSE FOR SALE nentle.comto..table. ,
wr. 2 BKDROOM; : Nice 1 acre land aide one Janitor, three lunch Florida Located on paved 2tp 5-2S Call Collect: ArGcne Williams suitable for the
-2.9 miles on S 100-A, Griffis room workers. Application road, 1 Blk. behind school 829-6447 St. Augustine Fla. whole family. Tenn. Walker
Loop Road. We own sell and blanks for theie positions may see signs. Why pay rent? ,TRAILER lot for rent. Plentyor or Area Code 404-524-0644. Mr. with all the gaits. Priced to
finance.: No closing cost. $100 I be secured from the CUBB As low as $50 down payment rooms all facilities. Call 964- Lee. Refer to house No. 1- sell. Ralph] Bryan 064-6208.

Slado Gas asid Down Payment. Easy: terms on Economic Agency office In theUS.O. low Monthly Payments 7623.: itp 21963. Itchg,
Appliances balance bluldlng. Itchg your credit Is good. Call col.
-- credit Is
your good. :? FOR SALE
19" PortableTV
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Call ArCane Williams Collect I lect: ArGeno Williams. 829- FOR RENT 3 bedroom FOR SALE CHEAP CIIKAP
FINISHES Two well known 6447 St. Augustine Fla. house like new. $40. 1371 Bland-
or tile bath
820-6-117' 1 St. Augu tnt! !'. Fa excellent condition Two small houses! and a barn
:3.12 West Madison St. Phone 961-7701 or Area Code "04. 2'-061I I I. Mr. ': finishes for automobile LIQUOR Area Code 404-524-0644. Mr. ,, 128 N. Orange. F. E.Overholster. you move 'em and clean up Ing Street. Ph. 964-7733. Itp
and LACQUER. W.C.T.U. Lee. Refer to house No. 1. Call Waldo 1578.2tp the trash. A. J.
I Thomas Realtor A Classified Ad In the TELfiMRAFII -
Luo.
rode lo house No 3512) National,
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18, 1967 BRADFORD COITNTT TKLItOnAPH, 8TARKIQ. FLORIDA. PAGW''NDi1I' 4fro. : :

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n. I over the fence.SCHEDULE I I Sou. Discount Turns tho pastor.All .
May I Softball Tourney member are reminded
Friday- NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
I Tables On Police of the Men's t program
19-Crews vs Beggs, 7:30: ; j ay
Goodman vs Conner 8:43: ; I i In Bantam LeagueSouthern CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY scheduled foe May 28. All captains -

fro.SPOlaTS Monday. May 22-Begzs vs K. Scheduled Here { are asked to contactthe
F. C. 8:00.Starke: Discount wlnlessIn member? of his group and
RECREATIONThe Inform them of their obligation u
i three starts met the Police Raiders defeated the afternoon of recreational en-
on the program.
Builders Next WeekendThe Dept. winner of their first 3 Bombers 9-6 in Midget League tertainment. BENEFIT. DINNERA C
games and the cellar' dwellers this week. In the CHURCH NEWSMt.
baseball sec-
pounder who can pull 1 I Two Top TeamsIn Win 1st Girls came out on top 11-10 In a ond the Yanks Defeated Zion AME church, Rev. benefit dinner: will be
game home
given at the of Mrs.
New
Tornadoes Sophomore Ralph Morgan League Game third Annual Starke game filled with excitement the Cubs 8-3. McKnlght pastor, Lawtey A
OH
Women's LeagueTo Sarah Morris. 2015! Lawtey:
drew
praise for his offensive Invitational Slow-Pitch Softball I hits and runs. Ingredients Fashion Show will be presented ,
In Bantam League baseball .
, work, at guard. Tackles Bill Meet FridayConner There was plenty of hits and Tournament sponsored which make for good specta- the Giants defeated the Dod- Sunday May 21, at 5 p. m. Road members.t 1I:3Po'm.: ()aod{ friends Sunday.All are I
Slate Buby a sophomore and James runs in the 1st of the Appearing with the show will
Scrimmage gama annually by the Parks and ting.Southern gers 11-7.' In the second game Invited to cooperate In this
Allen Green a junior, were be local talent of the city
Insurance and Good girls Powder Puff Softball Recreation Department will be Discount were the the Hawks defeated the Tigers of the
the
activity for Benefit 1 1Men's
also mentioned by Griffith. man's Gulf both spotting 3 T..eague. hell:! in Starke on Friday Saturday first to come to bat and prom- 93. I Everyone invited. Sunday:

Saturday Night; Buby Is a big 205-pounder who and 0 records will meet Friday Both teams had plenty of and Sunday May\ < 2628. ptly scored five runs before These games will be played School 10 a. m. with Supt. ENGAGEMENT: Day program e

I 'Coach Mike Sexton says "has night at 8:30: ( p. m. in a pre- action-the only thing wrong The tourney will be a double the Police Dept. could put every Tuesday Wednesday Houston in charge. Mrs.teo I
, Improved a lot and will prob- view of which shall be the top 1 one team did:!, the matority of elimination event and will feature them out. However as the end and Thursday starting at !3 I p. Greater Allen Chapel AME Mr. and DeSue Sr.,

Despite dwindling numbers baly Improve a lot more." Woman's team of the 1967' scoring and hitting while! the 12 of the best teams from of the 4th Inning came about m. at the Reno Recreation.: Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson of Starke. announce the engagement I

of aspiring gridders, scrimmage Another sophomore guard season. other team spent most of the around the State of Florida. the Police were leading 10-6. playgrnuds.' All parents and pastor. Sunday School 10 a. of their daughter
under :a lights is- Jim Shuford has bean workIng Goodman's Gulf won their game trying to make put outs. The participating teams are In the fifth Inning Southern baseball fans are asked! to attend m. with Supt. F. B. Delestrein Rosa to Curtis'Thomas Jr..
game
planned Saturday night. at at middle guard and look- I third game of the year with a The game never got past the as follows: Garden, Restaurantof Discount came up with three and cheer for the team of charge. Morning service 11 son of Mrs. Dollle M. Thomas
i $:30.: Head Coach David Hurse 'Ing "pretty fair," Coach Griffith 10-3 trouncing of Kentcky third inning as Starke Biillders. Starke; Noegels Auto Salesof more runs to make It 10-9. your choice. a. m. The Choir Union will beheld and the late Rev. Curtis

I reports.All Pried, Chicken. Wanda Williams poured It on Jackson Builders Starke; The White Lion of Then In the last time at bat There will be a Record Hopat at Allen Chapel Churchin Thomas Sr., pf Tampa.; : The
reports. five linemen are getting hllless for Sheila Taylor led her do the first Macclenny, Rev. Levy Lennon wedding will take place In
1 "They're like kept K. F. C. 407. St. Augustine: Prudential Recreation or die man up for the Recreation Center
flies" Hurse dropping said disgustedly out their first crack at \arsity the first four Innings gave up team with five of their 26 and Athletic Club of Discount drew a base on balls starting at 8 p. m. Friday" May host pastor. Evening serv-, June, exact date to be an-

after Mondays practice session posts most of which are wide the first hit In the 5th two In hits. Sandra Register and Jacksonville; Fire Department stolen bases and a bade hit by 19. ice, 6 p. m. with message by nounced later.

With only open. Seniors Andy Mayton' the 7th for a total of only 3 Linda Haas each had two hits of Jacksonville: Modern Ricky Johns scored *wo runs SCHOOL NEWSCommencement
boys present. At
2.2
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the; beginningrtotSprn3 Ties") and Plenn Onann are the only hits. Wanda also starred:! at the for the losers. We have a feelIng Mobile Homes of Sanford; for Discount and the hard: luck exercises Nationwide will
two returning letterman on the out three hits In changes will be made to of team recorded their first victory pay
tics two weelcs.aso: over 66 plate rapping Jim & Bob Service Station will be held as follows:
boys reperted. There were 90 BHS forewall.) I four trips in the plate. Good- avoid a similar marathon. Ormand Beach; Ormand Buddy Kuhn and Bob calaureate Sermon deU\' BaC-1:! your bills when you'can'tIf

'' boys In football last man scored one run in the first Beach Optical Co.; Perry Sport I Dyal had two hits each for Rev. W. Don Pelham on June'
'I' fall/ Assistant program Cba&i! .Mike Police DepartmentGets and three In the fourth which I Garden Edges 11-10 Craft All-Stars; 1st National Discount while Eddie Hazen 4. Class Night June !5. PTA II sickness or injury left you disabled:and out of

Sexton said ." Third Win was enough to win the game Past Oil Bank of Tltusvllle; Buddy's was the winning pitcher allowing meeting June '7, concert. by the I work could you pay your bills Na! with} ? wide's In
I I The scrimmage Is slat&T-tf but added two In the third and Register Sporting Goods of Tallthassee; seven base hits. Charles RJE Band. Commencement( come Protector Plan can provide you a monthly -

enough players to make two In Bantam Play four in $4he 7th. K. F. C. scor- In Men's SoftballGarden and:! University City Florist of Green had two hits for the June 8, with Dr. William: A. cash income for one year, five year or, if you
teams are left ed two :runs In the fifth, and Gainesville. Police Dept. while Danny McKinney Smith as speaker. The public' qualify for life.
,. ,
A second scrimmage session "The Starke Police Dept. picked 1\ up one more In the Restaurant had to I, Three of the top four teams and Lester Olive pitched <'s Invited to attend\ these ac-

between next year's varsity thrashed Lawtey Recreation 13 seventh.In go into an extra Inning to defeat of last year's tourney will return and gave up eight hits. tivities. The Nationwide Income .Protector Plan provides

and seniors, from the 1966-67' -2 for*..Us third win in aa many last Friday nlgnt game Register Oil 11-0 In Men's : defending Champ Tallahassee In the 2nd game played Field Day will be observed protection for all these!' potabilities:
"
State Champion grid team is starts.: Doyle E. Conner Insurancewon Slow-Pitch Softball. runner-up Sanford, Monday. evening BPOE 1802 at RJE on May 18, starting at

slated June 2. Danny McKinney and Lester its 3rd game of the young The defending League and 4th place Gainesville.The defeated:! Lawtey Recreation 10 a. m. Activities will Include g| Total disability due to .,:.:0 .

,:;. The coaches report some Olive combined pitching talents season with an easy 13-3 win champs took a 2-0 lead after tournament games will 91. BPOE collected 11 base stunts, game, folk songs accident ." t'-! "eC4;
J progress in their first fight to limit-Lawtey to only 1 over Kentucky Fried Chicken. one inning Register Oil tiedIt be played on two ball parks hits enroute to their victory dances and a Sport FcshlonShow ,
against Inexperience. Each base hU.. McKiuney also star Conner scored four runs In up in the third, but Garden the BHS diamond and a newly scoring !In each inning/ except Come out and enjoy an O Total disability due to ':. .J1; 1

drill sees the Tornadoes work. red at.the plate''getting 2 hits the first and three In the sec- came back with one in the constructed softball field. West the fifth. Lawtey scored their sickness (. :;...

pur on basics and then: scrimmage one of them a home run the ond to just about put the game third three In the filth and:! Side Park. lone run In the second Inning, ,
I "a little," Coac.i Hurse 1st of the 1967' season. out of reach early. Carolyn three in the sixth to hold] a 9- The top four teams will receive Brian Johns hurled for BPOE removed from the plant. An-j 0 Partial disability due to ;l{t't '4!f1Nationwide d

..ys.I Gray Flynn wentx3;! for 4, Redding paced the winner 3 lead going Into the final beautiful trophies! and a and allowed six hits. James other don't--don't''place' cuttings accidept : .. ;.,
I while the Police as a team had 1C All-Tourney team will Teston was the losing pitcher In med- -;
I But the head Tornado reports I with four hits. Carol Kouba Inning.In man any propagating O Accidental loss! of limbs i t
that his backs "are not 12 safeties. James Test n got was 3 for 3 for K. F. C. the top of the seventh be selected. giving up 11 hits. Johns struck ium until 15 minutes alter .
i I looking half bad.,' Hurse singled Lawtey's only hit a leadoff In thq second game Good- Register Oil exploded for sev- The opening game will be out 10 while walking/ 8. Dennis they have been made. O Accidental loss of sight I'

I out letterman Bill Belote single.In I man's Gulf had some difficultyin en runs to go ahead 10-9. An played Friday night May 26 Rhoden paced BPOE to victory Make cuttings' from four to
I a. junior and newcomer Larry 2nd game Southern Discount defeating Crews Sunoco 13- error In the bottom of the sev- at '7:30: p. m. with the final with 3 hits while Lawtey's six-Inches long traferably See me today for details. .A

Mercer a senior who are both dropped another close 7. crew,' led after four Innings enth allowed Falcon to reach game slated for Sunday May Daryl Hlllinrd was 3 fir 3. with the cut mad.'Just below '
I 'working at the all-Important one this time: to BPOF. 5-4, '7-5! buf. Goodman's came up third base, and Jack Hazen hit I 28 at 4:00: p. m. SCHEDULE Thursday the node-and leave aj>) many BILL POWELL

i quarterback: slot. Hurse also This was either team's game with four big runs In the fifth a sacrifice fly to score the tying -I The tournament is sanctioned May 18.BPOE!: vs Police, 4:00: leaves as possible on the cut- ,
BJngled}# out halfback Tex Pat- until the finish with each team and four more In the last two run. In the eighth Inning.' by the F. A. B. A.Let's p. m.. Lawtey va So. Die 5:30: tings. Stick them In the pro- PHONE 961-6164

Tick 11 and Gene Melvin a scoring 2 runs In the 1st, and Innings to take the victory.; Register OH was unable to p. m.,.Monday May 22BPOEvs pagating medium only one and 401 West Madison!' Street
Senior newcomer out for foot17511 2 In the 4th. Crews outhit their opponents score but Garden pushed the So. Disc., 5:00: p. m.; Police one-half to two-Inches deep Starke Florida
for the first time. BPOE cameo up with! the 17-14' with Carolyn Morgan\ winning run across In their vs Lawtey, 6:30: ( p. m. and space so the leases over- I ,

{(Five linemen drew praise winning run In the 5th as going 4for4. Barbara Masters half of the eighth and took GoM1Gardening lap about one-third. Firm and I The Man From Nationwide Is On Y6ur Side

ftom Coach Tony Griffith who Brian Johns doubled with 2 was the big gun' for Goodmans the game away from the un- crepe myrtle. water.

laYs his charges are all im: runners on'base;'BPOB Collected getlng four hits, one of them fortunate Register Oil team The best time to make! cut- Transplant and space cut-
proving.Willie. 11 hits off the pitching which outhlt Garden 1110..Adjustable tings is in early morning-this I tings after roots one-Inch longor
Terry Gaines and Eddie Hazen more have developed. Be
'
Cohen a Junior guard is the time when the largest
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while Kent Graudon gave up 8 sure to get hem out of the propagating r
and K. Graudon had2 hits for
transfer from RJE, drew / amount of water is in the
spec- w
'qdw.a2ala.r. aqL 1
hits to Discount. Eddie Hazen bed before they are
/Mi mention for his work In thepast BPOE. Book Editor plant. Keep the moisture In ,
I Vinyl nerve Sharpe
went 3 for 4. while A. Loudon By hard looking and yellow. Be
week. Cohen is H 5-7 170 COY,,",. All sizes 30 cents ea. Florld Agricultural Extension the cuttings by placing themon sure to mulch after trans-
r- Service a moist paper or cloth
when removed from the plant. planting. Mutual Inauranca Company.Nationwide'Mutual Fir* Imuranct CompanyNatltlnwide .
I I ,J Life Inauranee Company .home officti/ Columbus, Ohio) ,
Do not stick the ends: of the
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SHEETS 5-quart oil can..It: will make a Hardwood Cabinet. en Metal Cabinet.' $5.50 WEEK
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Check With Us for All Your Building Needs and Save Money ready propagating for rooting box: and cuttings.you are LOWEST PRICES IsO ''tor ,

scores of plants
I There are
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JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 'I j These include azaleas holly, Herman'' Willis Owner -11111 Wilson Manager

hibiscus: cuphea. crotons and !



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1TUGR TEW im.\I>FORn" COtTNTT: TEI.EflnAJ. STARKIt. n..onm.\ THURSDAY. MAY 18, !

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/ plants Is mandatory. 'This includes Mi and Mix Schubert. Ed and Messle. Mary and Marie Zin- IIitn' hay have uKulimt 1,1m ..l..tit ul tiMiiliuHfil Air l-l"- .,
Breeding Day Lilies' /Is Rewarding BHS Chorus Will Present ORA L. I'ARKlsn (Formerly Company will rile nn
olI t Alice! Dwyer. Jim Van Bus- asSam Florida
I not only knowledge > friends: Randy Hayes 5)1' IRA I.ML'.N.SON;;) ilicoaHud: l. tluii with the <
the parts of the flower, but t kirk and Mr. and Mrs. Joe an upperclassman who 'late/ or mild. County I III fltaike, ft"rvli'" CnninilBdUin. .un...
{Experience For Serious GardenerThe I I 1: what length of time th'j flower Stein, all of Keystone Heights. I Musical Comedy On College Life stutters Richard Lee Lairry: FJniIda" ''' / rl'.rnh.within ...Mix time cftlniulnrittiiiithH fir the 10(17.l.i'H'-tloBliI'-(. or 1111, muiin' THI-'

Is open, when anthers dehisce, Wo lenlly missed Lisa and, Roberta Robert Dyal, Charles 'Irxt ,pnblli-iillon ."r thIN not. !tluo. dlHciMitjEnu, thu jiinmc ,,
,
liayUlr I b the most popular I 81' can be left In the:! 1'161ln8 I''' and when the stigmatIc surface Tom Hanscn.Mr. ,. The BUS chorus will' pre- very democrutUtukcs a Job I Hlnson, and Billy Smith as 1'!(,it'wri h (lillni Ling' and or dcMnanil mini] state/Hhall tlmplnco l I"iiu > I Hori track Ttncl"at{, .r TIilliiOKWorth tiM' tlm 7'Ullr, .
herbage ;a iv-nnlal In flats until large enough b,>. Is receptIve. :and Mrs.! H. C. Urlscoll sent "The Singing( F1'\sllman." as waitress In the college Henry. Jack,_ Bill, Jasper, and or roWiTcfirr: and poMt titIU t triorUll.! !::; : '
Florida -pHI< i ,''ji 1< '('II Ulh! it plant In nursery! beds or rows'.,, will Icnvo for Minnesota on a naisicul comedy about college hang-out Qoidon. a farm boy Stewart Its U'l' erclassmcn..- and ,t' uildrt'HH" <>.I'i the lulniaiit. or niitfd. ,n ml W87Miuboaril fHiHU-d. 1 i III- '
can be grown in I.: ', .arts of Tills will be when leaves ar(""I May 2two/ days' after our life on May 23 and 25 In with a !Rood voice, also worksat Mike McRae as the hold-up and Illlllllillt Hhall, his)Le 1I1t"K"'urn" to. liv ultiil the- Nay I AH, LI n. I .
the state I about four to six inches Ions'. cultural Extension service Circular next meeting at the Recreation :: the high, school auditorium this place and' the two fall man niv iinil 'any such Claihieme or deniiinil (nmpaiivHv
Of coin i t. i k wide adaptability The first method-two transplants '- 304. available from your Center Hay: 23, at 7..u:' The story\ .concerns Mary an In love only to be th\qlll.ted by Tickets may be purchased: in H/Alhi-rl/ .nut f:HI. i MftrrlH rlli'il shall bu cold Its MuperlntoniK-nt(' If .Conk'
!; I la not the only reason -is often used by persons county Extension office. p.,m. It's fun building dish American student who visitsa the difference in their social advance from chorus membersor ,\ALIIKHT. MOKIIISM cxwllmr -
for popularity Dnv'.llies: are who want to keep!! th e gardens: Come meet the folks small foreign country whileon positions and the fact that at the door.In .of the tMKt Will,' unrt HVMlaiTlulit -
good landscaping plants, sur- flats In a greenhouse durtni g YYVV YVvmv7Y'YvV1rS I, and get acquainted. a summer tour and becomes Zlnlta Is bethrothed to a fore- I'AllKKH of J.tlltI"rfaMCd> (IIJNStlN) THE RIGHT POINT

vive With a inlnmum of care, the winter and set seedling ---Joe Kciilgnn, RepmtjiHAMPTON a friend of Princess Zlnita. ign prince. The students and 'I'lif, and have no serious insect or the following spring.It I SENIORCITIZENS The /princess decides to ome to othe-is take matters into their JiKlxo. llrniiroril <'ounq. l-'lurlilii... 61 JR 4t ll/K way you
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.
disease problems. generally take thre cv..v.nv..arv.n.rv' America for her educationand own hands and bring aboutan In I'rnbnl.. l and select your
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u: In 1'0. ":01111"I- i.f HOKA I.
These characteristics are years to produce (lowerln! because she wants to be interesting solution. I I'AUKFIK: ,Ifiimi., ,, i l> 11011.J.I. .Nill'; Ire IK h""I.y, > given" Hint I I TEKBKOOK Tountain

fine for the Casual! gardenerbut plants from 8et"ds.PI'opagation -I.................. ..j The BUS students who AIIJN.SUN. ) ,0..ts.d, I IT. r.
daylllles also offer many, can also be ac 1 were In an accident In Key- make up the cast Ill'!!- Ronnie!| Ili," interesting challenges for the compllshed by dividing paren 1. .Sleeting the challenge ol f Dyal as Gordon, Debbie\ taveni i I I,1, I KutiiliV ,
more serious avid hobbyist. clumps and this is the onl;:y i I the Inter years" wiis the theme Ity Mrs. Mary Williams II I I stone night Heights They both last entered Thursday the I dor' as Zlnlta Aldo Zeluya. as,{, u ,nun.. ..n, ,h",. '.1 \ 'II u',, '' Ever had DEER- 3ECUE? I
'IliTuli ''I llfU-c tad i ilh'd| l n
In the case of the average certain method for the morserious e of President Johnson's procln- .&AAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAA I Bradford County Hospital and Zinitas proctor Quay; Jerry,, ,ii\t'. ,'n) in\ .'lulntH .mil' di'iimnd'
!homeowner propogation from gardener to malntati u' matlon designating MAY 1967as Gibbs as Pop Jones. Danny;| In i i ,u 'u, llhej" tf \ ."n I
Otis was able to come home on I .
seeds Is relatively simple. a true line of selected clones!I, Senior Citizens Month. Ralph Williams turned I Rhoden as the college dean: ,. I
"Our society has made II home last week after 21 Monday. Regina Ellis, Frances McKlnIles I I .
is
the
Germination generally requires Divisions\; of clump ac wishes
The community \ ton
commitment to enrich and improve months duty In Spain. He I and Sandra Hal lop
inn 1
from 10 days to two compllshed by cutting It D sympathy to aa1"
the lives of senior citizens served nearly four years In the express deepest I
weeks Freshly harvested seed as many sections as there ari B Mrs. Frank Thomas in the I 1
I M
should] be planted in flats or i i fans o floaves. A slurp knif e among us the proolama- Navy. I Iwet'e of her mother. Mis. 1
passing
pots of sterilized san'y: soil should be used to sever th'e,, oration says. Mr and Mrs. Lynn Hall Alice RobInson. I I Ifll I -
of KEEP YOUR RECORDS
and'covered with an eighth to rhizome between each of th e These statements were supported Sunday dinner guests Funeral services for Mrs 1 ,
of t-oil- I should be 1 t by Mayor Louis Ritter Mr.'' and Mrs. E. S. Slhley In
quarter-inch sifted fans and leaves cu : Janie H. Noe a former schoolteacher ]i "
should four to six Inches of Jacksonville who proclaim Theressa.Mr. I
Seed beds DO kept back to within were BEER P
moist and in a shaded place of thecrown.. Broker n ed National 'Nursing Home and Mrs. J. W. Horne' held Monday for many! at years Holy Trin- I ,f :
on :
of 1
,
attended the wedding
Week observance starting on 0
during germination. CoverIng roots should be trimmed of f
Church in OaJnesvllle "
the bed with, glass will I before replanting. The bes t Mother's Day urging visits tu I Wai tie Clemmons and Cathy ity Episcopal with burial in Hillcrest I I r t lty 1 .
prevent rapid drylna!; out of, time for dividing Is right afte C the old and infirm patients i in I Jones tn Lawtey last Sunday.': Memorial Park. Mrs Noe had 1 4.f
licensed homes. Mrs. Oscar Andreu and} Mrs. I 1
nursing
the soil and also keen rodents
flowering. with Ask
Thelma Dinkins of Starke ben connected Ll\ZenbY'1) Get thorecipe
ol were
the thousands
Among 1
away from the seeds. While daylllies are relatlvel;:
Wilcox & Barber -
senior citizens suffering thn o, visitIng Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dell Graham : ,
1
Plants mo.be transferred:; easy to. propagate and.c.ire for
law firm for several years I Charley =5l-- tat ttctnUont./
last
veterans Swindell Friday.Mr :
infirmities of old are
to another seed bed and fact that theiv rams! age 1
the
re- may; Wallace Collins .
I In this "lit
of World War r, WW II, and Mrs Lynn Hall honored Mr. and Mrs. I S S? : t rl' iinit>
spaced as soon as they art "In. one place for from five t) and children spent last 1 == : -a.r wdpM far( the
large enough to be 'handled ten years demands carefui 1 and the Korean conflict. Because the employees of Stump'sDepartment weekend in Jacksonville visiting E.Johns. 1 FREEGUIDE =,::0:1;':::a-ti:' : fao.party of ill.:;
preparation of the plant bed. ( they have outlived their Store with a fish relatives. I E'EE'b:;: : :: ;:; 1&tDdw1;
'I | family and friends they are, fry at their home last Friday I '' --- '
Daylllies require a well I 1 I
;"I alone In the world and are afternoon at S o'clock. Those! Mr. and Mrs Marlon 'I'hGI'nton to
drained: soil but one that ha., I denied the pleasure and joy, enjoying the occasion with! Mr. of Starke moved to the I o Beer Party/USA aI a
good aeration and water-hold,"'!that should be their In, theY !! and> Mrs. Hall were Mr and Pierce farm on the east side fA' 5 I About this .question. : ''
capacity. Sandy soils therefore golden Mis. Harrison. Mr. awl Mrs. of town last week I -
Y years.However
must be Improved on b' we are dlstutbedby Jackson. Mr. and Mrs Sink ,"Our yacht broke loose in I U.S. BREWERS ASSOCIATION; tec. % 535 RRh
CULLhome adding two to four Inches o f I 10017
Governor Kirk's attempt to Miss Lillian Stump, and Mt's.J a storm last summer and i I New York N.Y.
peat moss, compost or othe A: turn the Florida Commission Stump of Starke, Mr. and I ;vas wrecked on a rocky i 1 rm !arrested In beer-becm. Send m ay tn copy
organic material to 'help hole< '
soil on Aging over t6 the WelfareS Anderson! of Raifoid Mr. and FLORIDATHEATRE i Tau 9IHaM! ..assess they're pnItedud shore. Our neighbor I lost 1 Bear Party/USA. = < -
I fertilizer and water. Clay : .
Department. Florida is among Mrs. Pierce Crews of Lawtey, gainst loss by are..In. such equipment n I
may need addition of a material Hercules' Multi-Lox insulated files.Yoa I his boat in u gas: explo Name
protection atJess the bottom ten of theII/! and Mrs. D. H. Crawford andchlldl'en.
I such as perllte. in its for the can have complete pointlus] I sion. Does the Charley*\ E. /
states concern
cost with'aHomeowners site Is also Important t. ,",,1acboIJ far an your vital records In Johns( 'all 1 Street
: The : I Agency supply ,
aged. While we agree on savings Mrs. Bertha McIntosh, Mrs. two, three or four-drawer Underwriters' '
Paticy. Dnylilles v/lll grow In full su ne I in our tax dollar, wo Ethel Tldwell and Gail Saxon certified Hercules: files. And any talkie I I risk' insurance on all types City -,' x :
Contact me today 1 i but \naturally will require don't think It should be takenfrom attended a talent show In Santa Shanrtioi*--Weekdays 7 I made locking arrangement you desirm.Ooa't 4>f sail and motor boats' :?" 1
,water in this situation. Partially the stomach's and backs I Fe. Janet Saxon took part i Sunday 3:00, Saturday 1 I, wtit. -tit I ttSera today. II I 1 Slate
Merritt HiWilliams i' shaded" areas are rrob-- of seniors! who have labored in the program. I I Charley E. Johnst 1''

1 ably best. I honestly all of their working Mr. and Mrs. Emery Prevatt FRIDAY SATUUDAY Bradford : t 1 UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC. @:
1I I Breeding daylllies ran be i l''' lives and paid taxes to help .and family of Starke, Mr. and MAY 19, 20 CountyTELEGRAPH Agency I P. O. BOX 273. WINTER PARK,. FLORIDA :
,; 117 N. rewarding experience for th<,i1! build this wonderful state and Mrk. Joel Smith and family of 131 S. Walnut St. '
serious gardener The lag<'!I nation. Jacksonville, and Mr. /and Mrs. Double Feature Program PHONE 964-5070 -
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Walnut St.Phone flowers' are eaato/ work with' Eight hundred men. and]I Calvin Richard and daughter WHAT THEY DID THAT VAT
} and the wide variation in seedling -. women reach the 'age of 6.1' of Ocala were guests of Mr.
." populations offers owportunlty '. every day. Your turn may'I and ;Mrs.' J. O. Adkins on WILL BE REMEMBERED Grand Opening O Grand Opening O Grand Opening Grand Opening
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f 964.5391STATE '' to 'develop new and 1m-I come tomorrow or soon there-.''I Mother's DIW.'j FOR ALL TIME! '
proved clones. !, after. In order to protect your' Mrs. Carl Jones of Graham

FARM .... .... For a breeder to be success: '. own interests you must help"I spent Sunday: with Mr. and .On.S
i& short. others to protect theirs. Mrs Leslie Jones and family,
ful l- with
.. c' especially
MUM Hr iftd OflMci Cuuilty Blo..Company.iMto",Illinois ,........ ',lived ,flowers like daylllies -.j Vice President Humphrey Mr and Mrs. Jerry Dyal and ) GRAND. OPENING I I
thorough knowledge of thSTALLING'S ,e i recently said: "If we can family of Statke. Mr. and Mrs. 0)O
: l upend billions to go to theI Horace Dyal and family! and 0)a
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we can spend a little
moon Mr and Mrs Roy Glover and
I I to put a man on his feet hereon son were dinner guests of Mrs. I OQ'C
earth." Alma Dyal on Mother's Day I :j
/ CORNER I' We have had encouraging EloIse Moore of Valdosta ROCK 'GEORGE'
response, so far, in letters re- Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Blanton
r;'''l''T' c",tv\d from the 12, Congressmen .Ousley of High Springs were HUDSON :PEPPARD
"' r I and two Senators of our visiting Mr. and Mrs D. W. l
OASIS I L O U N G E "' State In reply to Bradford Swindell on Sunday.Mr. GUY NIGEL : ; {

I County Senior Citizen mall and Mrs. Frank Brown STOCKWELL- GREEN ,
Your CLOSEST Spot For I asking their support for U.K. and daughters. of Winter Haven : ,
LIQUOR WINES BEER I 5710 which Is now being do- and Miss Jessie Ma Bran- a
'' bated by the Houie Ways & nen of Bartow were visiting TOBRUKTECHNICOLOR' ,
Open 9 AJVI. 12 P.M. I Means Committee In Washington. .j Mrs. T F. Brown Sunday
Hampton Baptist Churchwas o.I
Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M i Our first picnic this year I host to the revival crusade

was a great success: Many of I team at the Branding Iron on A UNIVERSAL RELEASED
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST: FIFTHS[
our members who are handicapped I Wednesday.Otis I
OR"QUARTS and cannot drive at I Melton and Mike Chitty Plus IO
night took advantage of thp : II
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8 Mi.\ South of Starke on U. S. :301 good weather and were able JERRY LEWISIN I II
to meet and mix with old'I 301 I

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ALLPOULTRYMEN SUNDOWN
I MAY 21, 22, 23

I ADMISSION When man.. woman..and beast wen
jilted for the struggle to dominate the earth :

I I Adults Children 75c Under Students 12 Free 60,c THIS IS THE WAY IT WAS!

2aMlffilNlCEGillER.SPHrRICKERf
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CUMBERLAND' CASE COMPANYIN Boris KCaiioffIHtril.pn LYEARS 1'\ I

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Poultry and Livestock EquipmentWe I I y 1i1R

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are distributors of a complete line of Cumberland ., I I :

Mechanical Feeders Waterers Brooders Nests 1 / :
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Curtains and other accessories along with other lines of I au I ,
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equipment and also carry a full line of Poultry Drugs ; i,

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We have our own Company Delivery Truck which '" i1R I I ; !
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Installation of
Installation' Crew available for any tAondo Bcdordo ;

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If you are in need of anything in the line of Equip PLUS .. TIIUUS. j I I II I

ment or Medications please call us collect at the following 4 MAY 21. 25Or ;

address : STARTS WHEM;MONOO CANE LEn om

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Our Sales Representative in this area is VERN HOCH- neat) FtlM BlSTRlBlTTom,meiPNT ''I a.o i
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REIN, and will be working here weekly to serve you DifIDO.STATTEN MNfl I ; \"VVALlK,, I''[.A. ,'

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GAME SLIPS THIS SATUJt.-. ,
,!< STORES WILL DISCONTINUE PASSING OUT
JATIONS{ AND WINNING
DAY, MAY 20th WINNING COMBI*
lED UNTIL WEDNESDAY
INSTANT WINNER SLIPS WILL BE HONG{ u F
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SWEEPSTAKES DRAWINii '

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ALL YOUR NON-WINNING GAME SLIPS AND SIGN YOUR
I NAME, ADDRESS, CITY AND PHONE NUMBER ON THE BACK OF ""'1i 1E'
lENDS E' THIS i' WI., r.. II It MONEY MONEY
[ I MOUNTAIN MOUNTAIN EACH SLIP TAKE THEM TO YOUR STORE AND DEPOSIT THEM IN .",
THE SPECIAL "SWEEPSTAKES" BALLOT BOX .
JRelrwwlll. Dlrblgq' J.dgenrlllR Dlrlrloq' A DRAWING WILL BE
LAST FEW DAYS TO PLAY HELD SATURDAY, JUNE 17th IN JACKSONVILLE AND THE LUCKY

CLIP THESE GAME SLIPS TO HELP YOU WIN ; WINNER WILL BE AWARDED AN ALL-EXPENSE PAID VACATION FOR ..
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'. r ': ';: -x..r, .. _:, Burial Benefits Conference Planned ,
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t. :fFETCH, 1VlS' 'fh&:. .H..O ,; G'.y x. r Eligible Available Vets For By. USDA Staff At Live Oak I


MUSKET MA THEA60UT / R s: ;a and highly specific I
,' Veterans of Spanish Ameri- Emery Williams, chairman personalized

The Juvenile 'n"A1.KCN6 dU I N can War, World War I, World Florida Agricultural Stabilization Information that experience.comes I I I
State out of peoples'
War Conservation
II, Korean Conflict PerIod and
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Vp BRADFORD AN IN' and certain peacetime ser Committee, has announced a also need the best idea and I their can

SWFET vice veterans, are eligible for farm policy meeting to be held pet from farmers
And His Court \{ .'ON cvurt-ft a e 5 1 HOME burial benefits. Friday, May 28. In the Coli- leaders as to how to Improve"

'\ 'If.. A6tI" -(' The deceased veteran must seum at Live Oak It will be farm prices and Williams income' points

have been under representativeof Chairman
discharged conducted by a
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I .(-I,, ...,. conditions other than dishonor- the Secretary of Agriculture out that the Secretary has

( Eclitoi: note: The Telegraph yields Its editorial column this \ able, and have been either a starting at 1:30: p. m. been increasingly concerned
wartime Korean Conflict is being sche- about the level of farm prices
week and next 11"I'der to present a t.vo-part series of ,articled or The meeting
veteran, or a peacetime veteran duled as requested' bv the Sec and the co.st-pil/e" squeeze on
conn-riling' the relationship of juveniles and their parents to the that has, become -
the farmers, a squeeze
in receipt of service con- retary In order to learn
community and the rote of Bradford County's Juvenile Court In progressively more severe
nected compensation at the current thinking of the county,
rtcaJIng;! with this social problem. The first article discusses the time of death, or discharged or area and State leaders of farm In recent months. He is determined I

philosophy of the court with special emphasis. on Its structure and retired for disability Incurred organizations and of Individual to do everything possible '

u i esponslbilltlos. The second in the series will! attempt to point out In. line of duty. Payment not farmers. Reports will be. madeto to relieve this situation,
to exceed $250 toward the the com- an:+ believes that the wisdom
the secretary on
to leaders I a serious problem which faces this county and the state t
veteran's burial expenses may ments and recommendationsof and the counsel of State and
of Florida. The problem Is by no means entirely local, but at tho leaders-gained in
be paid by the Veterans Ad- those In attendance. area farm
tame time is one which must be understood by Interested citizens ministration. In most instances Secretary Freeman, recently frank and informal personal

on the local level before it can be solved.) the undertaker will file held three such 'shirtsleeves" discussions-can help the administration -
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the application for this amount meetings with farmers in maJ- make the right
Ity l>itj Yon< lli.>iiH<*r 1 during this critical
e. "t and deduct it from the overall or midwest States. He returnedto decisions

r f fr funeral bill. convinced that period.
F .om it a obscure origin In the "The Juvenile court philosophy Is a Washington attend
.. ,. The claim must be filed such face-to-face talks are Special invitations to
"dead" language of Latin, the term sound 'Tie," says) Bradford County within ,two years after the worthwhile In reaching im- the State meeting have been

'in! loco parentis" has evolved today as Juvenile Court Judge, Theron A. Yawn. veteran's permanent burial or portant policy and program Rent to farm leaders and area

tho great m.ixim of the Juvenile court "But at the same time" he added, "It cremation./ Additional cost in decisions. farmers also are invited to attend -

It mean "In$ place of the parent" docs lend to coddle< a certain type of r ;i # transportation of the remains "Along with the statistics I Farmers will be encour-

Whether in a case of delinquency, youthful offender. This type takes advantage :/ 'V 1 may be allowed, if tho veteran get from our economists, he aged to participate freer

where II child tins committed a statutory oftho court's inherent leniencyand died while hospitalized or said, "I constantly need the
domiciled In a VA hospital or
offense, or in. a case of depend- makes no effort to understand his
domiciliary, or hospitalized or
ency, where a child has failed to receive own problems or to carry out his responsibilities 4 to domiciled at VA expense, or Dry SpellContinues

care lOll protection from his parentsor as a citizen." in transit at VA expense to

guardians' the co .rt'a function lathe "The court's function, la to try to or from a hospital, domiciliary, '

name to act with parental auth- understand! and help the child. But if or VA Regional Office

ority the child and his parents fall to folkw Applications for this benefitare No rainfall was recorded In

Vested! with this authority, the most the recommendations of the court, available at anv Veteran" the county during the week! of Dear Mr lIatthew6'First
County Service Office, or by
misunderstood and most maligned courtin item measures can, and must ,be writing Dixon at P. O. Box May 8-14 as the prolonged; dry of all let me congratulate -

our American judiciary sets out to taken," Judge Yawn concluded.How 1437, St. Petersburg, Fla. spell Last continued.rain recorded by the you on the fine article

do Its Job: The complex task of pro- does tho Bradford, County Juve- 33731 Florida Forest Service was 23 about the laxity of parentsand I
the law and
tecting the child from society, and nile Court function In applying this :Au., *t' ',:. Inches on May 1 steal-ness of driving,
Judge on teenagers
society from the child philosophy? National TV One forest fire was reported: automobiles.
Just Like Old Times
Until the \Illinois Legislature In I8OT! A ease begins with the filing of a Drivers Teat In Bradford County during the Each citizen shares some r responsibility

passed the first juvenile court law, Juvenile complaint or petition, by a law/ week which burned one arrs. for helping In this

youngsters who disobeyed the law were enforcement officer, school official, Set For May 23 There have been 82 fires since situation. I think a great deal I

'treated as adult criminals. They were parent, relative, or an Interested citizen FARMER'SMoat DIARYup The Junior Woman's Club of Jan. 1 with 7606 acres burned of the time some teenager willpattel'n
compared to 65 tires during
himself after someonehe
tried in criminal courts, and If convicted Sources of referrals are almost Starke urges the citizens f>t the same period In 196a) with liking to, or his
takes a
usually served their sentences limitless. .strawberry fields have to a lecord-breaklng 100, Bradford County to take the 408.8 acres burned.
natural thingfor
in the company of adult prisoners. Often, a less serious case can be been plowed under and this and he went over and pattedthe 1067 National Drivers Test on parents.them This to do Is a, and the examples -

The evolution of the juvenile court solved at this point through the coun- season is history. Listed sales air conditioner for its good Tuesday, May 23, on the CBS Gala Circus set before them will
at the maikets total more work television network. Check TV
may be seen as the product of cultural seling efforts of Or. Florence Jennings, mustbe have a deep bearing on the
than $600,000 but to that S. Guide for exact time.
changes! Most evident of these changes juvenile court counselor. added the revenue from Planned conduct of the teenager
.If get- The Junior Club has received By
The thing is we are not taking sides with
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has been gradual In a delinquency case the child Is am.
!society's) \ acceptance roadside sales, that from consumers -
will It beStill official test forms
what of the ,
tin 100 already, 3,000 I think it is the responsibility -
of lesponsibllitv for its "srnforfn t natcs." usually/ left In the custody of his parents who picked their! own 4 when summer 8etB'here? which are now being din Ibut- Cub Scouts anyone. of everyone to as-

A more responsible society icnpondocl[ or guardian: until the hearing date. fruit, as well as that from sales there's no use moaning and ed. The forms are also available Mst In any way possible to

with the humanitarian belief that the If this Is not practical, the child can by peddlers:: in. .nearb/. cIties. groaning about the weather. at Doyle Conner Insurance The nuhilc invited to at- better: the cause, and such' eiitotlals : -

child was a product of his environment be legally detained In County Jail until We get it, whether we like It Agency tftyl the Bradford County Cub as yours, and good
As these other-than-market fv-out\ Cirrus to be held at theFnlrBmunHs
and, therefore, not wholly responsible the hearing. not recorded bv oth- or not, as the saying goes, and This is an all-new National judges such as Judge Yawn
sales are 23
Tuesday ,
at ,]east we can find: an air Drivers Test for 19B7\ timed flay understanding of the
with
Prior to the hours an
::> foi his actions. hearing, many are ers than the farmers, there is fly Sam McGarveyday from 5 to 7 m.
while the p
conditioned better
place for the week before "Memorial parents, will tend to
The juvenile courts henceforth have spent Investigating the situation. no way of knowing, or of even to hunt
have l.tth"owfnl'
old animals Rams will Include da all.
poor relationships between
!in the
(been established as civil courts In orderto To get the complete picture Dr. Jen- estimating how much uie total when Sam worked oat there is Day.Nearly '
which baseball
the yard for awhile until the for shade, of 80 million viewers ) at balloons I like the motto that. was on
remove children from the criminal nings must explore the child's life, his revenue from But berries think there!it was Is! heat drove him indoors to the little, and for cool' water, of have watched the National throwing at soldiers, the wets"onwe the Holic"a\ : Inn bulletin board

courts and to "rehabilitate" rather home, his family, his school work, his likely this year.that the we grand total IV baseball game. Tlien; he which there is none. Drivers Test in the past two throw, pony rises some weeks back-"Our Teen-

than punish the child In trouble, degree of moral responsibility and hit would approach If not exceed heard that the temperature: ,got years, making it the most rnnv..rllwn carriage rides, agers Need Models, Not

Willie some states, the Federal Bu- attitude toward authority.She $730,000. widely-viewed public service aol many ethers. Critics,"

reau of Investigation, and United must assess, diagnose and eval r r program ever!' carried on a Foods. on sale will !include Sincerely,
television network. hot dn.... co'd drinks homer" William E. Owenn..n..vvvm.v.
uate the child. She thechlld's all have ad- single
States courts identify as "juvenile delinquent" Interprets Nearly (growers TTT''
"e Ire er-em! candled apples -
persons 18 and younger accusrd personality and potential. A report opted the plastic form of NEWS And NOTESFor
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,end p"n com At 7 p m.
of crimes, Florida law ptovidoa\ \ of her findings Is filed with the mulching, as It has a numberof ". activity w"'l move into the BROOKER
the oldwildhay ,
advantages over
that reaches hii 17th coin t.Thl". Today's Homemakers ,,! .".
once a person method, but at the << FFA NEWSBRADFORD \ preni for "the billtow.

birthday he Is beyond the jurisdiction court: then convenes In on informal end of tho season it creates a There will be no prir* >|sslonchart" Hv Joyce StokesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

of the Juvenile court hearing to dlj-ctius the case with problem; The hay mulchingwas fly Martha Sue McCain but donations will be

However If a youth has been under the child and his parents. The judge dimply cut under with the County Extension CHAPTER accented

,the supervision of the juvenile court makes his disposition, bused partially plants, and rotted; but plastic Home Economics Agent Features will inrJude cirrus. and Mr. sons and Mrs.Dale,Leroy Tony Stokes and!
strong with David Hu'sts !
men,
mulching must be taken up
before he becomes 17 and afterwards upon the counselor's recommendation the weekend at
and Discarded, as it I Ip Imperv- .. _, .. r The Bradford Chapter, Future trainer: baton twirling b/ Charles, spent
commits violation, the court the attitude of the child and his uy Ga. where their
a may par- Fort Benning,
ious 'to weather, and the only Farmers of America, has Jo Ann Scott: feats of skill by
retain concurrent, but not exclusive, ents, and the circumstances of the case Assistant Director made for SenloScouts Robin Mulllns son, Pat is taking his basic
way to get rid of it Is to gatherit EXTENSION HOME Jean Brannan, plans a swimming :
jurisdiction. Although U.S. Department of Justice up and cart it away. ECONOMICS; WEEK Home Economics Pro- pnrty. Plans are also being and his unicycle: tumbling training In the U.S. Army.the

The juvenile court has broad discre- statistics published In 1986 indicate/ grams, Florida Agricultural made to attend the National arts, and Jack Andrews 'with While there, they were
Claue! Kirk! has of 51't.and .
dinner guests ;
:
Governor
tionary powers In Its handling of juve- that juvenile delinquency la Increasing The prolonged drought extended proclaimed the week of May Extension Service, Is the use FFA Convention In Daytona his magic whin last weekend, leaders' to help Beach. Marshall with "nowbill.: the
through of volunteer
about 10
nile offenders. The Juvenllo court judgeis per cent a year nationally, Florida Extension
:21-27;: as family.
constituted such n men- knowledge to others. white TV mule. Mr Andrews
new Another will be
it attendance
and
carry activity
not restricted by prescribed penalty> studies by Dr. Jennings show that thereis Home Economics Week. Mr and MrnZodra' Hamilton !-
ace to woodlands that in some "Annually. more, than 21,000 at the annual Forestry ,- and Snowball have bo'h' BT>-
statutes as Is the criminal court judge. very little. If any Increase in juve- areas the burning of trash The proclamation points out volunteer leaders are trained neared on the Ed Sullivan and son, Thomas attendedthe

Provided that the constitutional rightsof nile crime In Bradford County. wu'temporarily forbidden by that the affluence and progress and render service to adults Camp at Camp O'Leno Show. funeral! services for Melba

the child are not violated, -he may "The vast majority of our young law. The woods are green, but of Florida depends, to a and youth throughout Flor-, near High Springs. This is the only moneymaking Joiner In Palmetto H. Friday C. Douglasand. '

order whatever acorns in the best Interest people are honorable youngsters with hot and dry and all persona great extent, on the level 'of ida," Dr. Brannan said v James" Allen! Reporter protect held each year by Mr. and :Mrs; lust weekend
family spent
of the child and society, based. /good: judgment and a well developed should take precautions to see" living standards of Mortda "Extension Home Economics Bradford ChapterHamilton the Cub Scouts. who are otherwise with their son, Kclrlie, In Atlanta

Bolrly upon 'ihe circumstances! of the sense of responsibility," Judge Yawn that a fire. doesn't. get. etarted. fa milted. Better' living Through self-supporting. The boys Ga.
declares The economy and development Greater Knowledge Is tbe Car a'-c making their own booths John Lewis Cpl.
case.This We've been watering, tho of rural and urban fam- theme\! for the week.If and doing most of the work the weekend
may Involve placing the child The recent rush of truancy cases plants and shrubs around our ilies have been strengthened you would like more 'Information themselves.' Va., pppnt Mr. and

in a foster home, placing him on probation heard before the Bradford County place, but It Is an almost through Extension Home Eco- call 064-9471, or Hits Truck Families who have bovs who Mrs here with Malcum his LcwH.parents

or "committing him to a detention Juvenile Court has given rise to com- hopeless task, as It takes for- nomics Programs conducted by visit in the Court H homeIn to water just one bush the professional home economics Bradford County Extension -
ment that "Is ever -The ,' old have
juvenile delinquency get- 61, Brooker wi, ears next year a the weekend with her daughter
Florida the Judge has additional thoroughly. Just sp an ting out of hand around hero. treated and released from the Mrs. Wilma Fipps
prerogative In cases Involving an not sufficient, aa a light layer Extension Service. fice. Bradford County Hospital' loot gala event There will be fun con, /Dewey Stokes:! and family
"Such conduct was typical of a toots of
very of moisture brings the Kirk calls all DILLED OKRA
Oov. upon for the entire family, end the .
Jacksonville.We
offender over 14 If the judge determines Thursday May 11, after his In
small minorty," said Judge Yawn. a plant up to the surface! and Floridians! to take advantage Soak Okra overnight In cold automobile crashed Into the general public is Invited to are glad to sea that

either by the youth's attitude: He noted, however, that truancy Is when that layer dries out the of their own county's educa- water. Pack into Jars. In a pan rear of a semi-trailer! o.i: SR- participate In the festivities. John McNeil his returned to
or the nature of his offense that ho roots die and the pant it heat 1 water 1 tablespoon ] -
tional program of ExtensionHome : cup (
"a manifestation of real problems. 100 west of Starke. his. home here after spending
would not benefit from rehabilitative worse off than ever. Economics In further salt and, 1 cup \lncgar. days In he hospilM
"A serious luck of motivation Is The IBftS Oldsmobile driven Prison Flower several
measures of the juvenile court, he may betterment of individual, family Place sprig of garlic In jars, Sorry to hear that N. G

relinquish jurisdiction, in favor of the evident among some of our young The armadllll which roots and community living. piece of dill (for dill reed] if bv the Hamilton Board, also of Directors a memberof laycs, Sr., la very 111 In the

criminal court. The youth would
be legally handled<1 as an adult. from apathetic parents who see little still making Inclined pest of to take assists more than 300,000 families piece of red<;\;" pepper Cover of the trailer as the truck. wish him a speedy recovery
We first hot mixture
need for education and don't were each In an educational jar 'WIth other Next ThursdayThe The Brooker School's 8th
Critics of the Juvenile court philosophy encouragetheir ; a,, pot shot to scare him off but year and seal : .' *' signaled' to make a left turn Starke Monday
program Its services are grade went to ,
including FBI Director J. i Kdgar children. we,)have just learned that the available to urban and rural For other Pickle an4'Rei4shrecipes according Florida .to the report of to register and select the subjects -
Hoover Bradford Is animal is to eat !so I she is contact Highway PatrolmanJ. 7th Annual Flower Show
say that it coddles young County's problem not one good families and IndIviduals' the ]Extension they will take next year.They .
K. Wade. Traveling behind will be presented by the Better
In double Jeopardy. If he winds of fine Phone
criminals. of rampant juvenile delinquency. In Home Economics Interesting
Opponents renson that if' a ; throughout; Florida. : the truck reported a very -
Hamilton had pulledinto ) Citizens Club at the Florida
will be his
child: is old enough to commit a crime, fact, eight out of ten cases that come up In a'pot pie it Extension Home Economics 064-3471", or wtlte'BO" C a&T and the left lane to pd"II He State Prison, Thursday Friday morning spent at the
own"dolnlr entitled
particularly a felony, he Is old<1 enoughto before the court don't Involve delin programs are made possible ask"Pickles for the.and, ullf1t1zt Relishes from observed the signal for the and Saturday, May 25, 26, Bradford County High School

face the consequence of being punished quency! Incidentally, we've learned through a three-way paitner- Florida Fruits and Vegetables." turn but crashed Into the rear :2?. Earl' Crawford Is still in the
ship; of the University of Florida of the truck he J Hillls Medical Center in
<1 for It. The cases that confront the court in. that the armadillo always; pro- as attempted The show-one of the outstanding -
local Boards of County to return to the hand Gainenvllle. We wish him a
The court and Its proponents holdfast such number are pathetic ones. Theyare duces Identical quadruplets, so right events of Its kind in
Commissioners, and the U. S. Car
to the philosophy that the welfare the dependency cases. The ones/ that must be the reason why Department of Agriculture.The Flips lane.The Florida-will Include the following speedy recovery.
Oldsmobile skidded pn Mrs. Verile! Johns I I. in the
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they have multiplied so rapidly divisions: Blooming Orchkfs -
or the delinquent child la best served that can cause our judge and juvenile Agricultural Extension
With YouthA fret before striking In MobUe Ala. U'e
around this section. So when the truck Special Exhibit Plants hospital ,
through the rehabilitative efforts of court counselor to shudder at the sight you see one of them, remember Service of whlrh Extension which. carried two 11).1'r.. Potted Chrysanthemums Dried sure wish her the boat. Mra

.wise counseling and supervision. Most of an abandoned, starved or badly there are four more coming Home Economics is a vlt'alpart 1964 Chevrolet, driven bya tlons of steel pipe wn'ch extended Materials, Dish Gardens, Corsages Johns is a former resident of

Courts argue that they seldom receive beaten baby. Bradford County does Indeed up quickly, and if something extends the Universityof 17-year-old Starke youth, four feet over" the rear Terrariums Hanging Brooker.

enough resources to do their job effectively face a prll',em. It will be discussed isn't done, well be up to Floilda campus and research went out of control, and flipped of the truck, which was: nit Baskets Named Coleus, and Mr. and Mrs. J.. M. Markey:
Information to the clown\ on SR-100 Saturday -
in our next issue. our knees around hers: In the ple of Florida. peo- upside night.Daniel damaged Damage to the l left Flower Arrangements. Waycrosse.. Ga and Mr and
armor-plated little rascals' of Hamilton's car was estimated The Education Departmentof Mrs Jack Markey of Brun-
County Extension home Freeman Rhoden was .
at $750.Hamilton
dick, Ga., were visiting Mrs.
the prison invites the publicto
released
and the
economics agents from
faculty treated
The Bradford Went Jacksonvt'le! Sun- are had changed lanes Pearl recently.Mrs. .
RiD4 County Telegraph to members of the University of Bradford County Hospital. No view the exhibits which will Markey
ESTABLISHED 1879 day to see Sam's mother on Florida and offer educational charges were filed In the acci- 300 feet prior to the point of be on display:: at the club house Pearl Markey and Mrs

1 Mother's
E, I., MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher that is a grand see for a per- home management and Highway Patrolman O. C. Gar- The point of ImpAct was main prison. were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
eerrlll son to Bee, Incidentally, she family economics, family life rett. two and a half feet from the Hosts on this occasion will Vollenwielder and Mr. and
t 1.'lorlda' Oldest Published remembers the great blizzardof center line In the hand. Mrs. J. in
0 Weekly Newspaper Contlaaiuty education health and safety, Rhodn was traveling north right be DeWitt Sinclair Prison Markey Waycrosse
1N7 Under The Same Mast Head. '88, when the snow was so housing, equipment, home fur- on SR-100 8.9 mUea south of The accident: occurred at 9:40: Superintendent: M. B. Jordan Ga. last week.

deep In Jersey that the family nishings, clothing and textiles; Starke at 12:45: a.m. Sunday. a.m. 8.S miles west of Starke. Supervisor of Education: and Mrs. Pitt Baxter was via It.

Published each Thursday and entered a* Second Clan Matter art the Post Office had to get out of the house windows foods and nutrition, and in His automobile crossed the Hamilton was charged with Stanley Crawford. Ornamental ing her mother Mrs. Ella
through' the second-story related! areas leading to the center line and ran oil the failure to have his vehicle. Horticulture Instructor Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin
under of 3rd ;
at Starke, Florida Act March 1879. Is we
As hot is it now,
the road and vent under control. Dyal in Graham
Improvement of Individual, left aide of Show hours are: Thursday, Sunday.

Subscriptions. In trade area 1 year, $4.00; 8 month, $1.%$ thought the topic subiect.of snow family and::! community living.A into the ditch. It went back Driver of the truck was 12 noon to 9 p. m. Friday, 9 a. Donel l Stoke of Panama

Outside trade area 1 year' 'I.,)O; 6 month., $2.84)) might be a cooling unique feature of the Ex- across 'the road and came to Shurley Lee Tetntone, 43, m. to 9 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m City spent, Thursday night
CS. tension Home Economics Pro- ,rest pn Its top In .the oppojlteJitch Brooker. till 12 noon. with his mother Mrs. Alberta

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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Garden Club Clay Electric .. Contest
tA 1 Co-op
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KEYSTONE HILITES Of The Lakes Plans Open HouseAt : 4 _
FinalistsTo
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Lake '
Sets InstallationThe CityThe
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By Jim Fox: f'

Please Phone In Your Items 473-1148: Garden Club of thi public I is invited to attend Be JudgedSix

Lakes will hold its Annual open house on Sunday

Spring Luncheon and Installation May 21 from 2 to 3 p m. at 11z finalists In the Government -

K. O. P. ACTIVITIES Committee Is aa follows: Mrs of officers at the Hotel the new Lake City District Of- t?. k in Action, contest spon-

ARE ANNOUNCED Sara McDonald Mrs. A. Main Thomas in Gainesville i or lice of Clay Electric Cooper .__ sored by Clay Electric Cooperative -

The opening day event of K gren Mrs T. Lambing, .and Thursday May 25. at 12:30m. : P. atlve. ___ te will be judged at 8 p. m
O P I IKeystone on Parade] Mis Henry SChuber. Present Mrs. D. O. Foshce Distil The new office is located al : Friday at the Co-op headquarters
will be a golf tournament on the activities of this committee Director will Install the offl 3600 S. Fast St. at the south In Keystone Heights.
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Thursday June 29. sponsoredby are in the planning stages. cers. Members are asked ta: ; city limits of Lake City i or t Pour of the group will be
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the Womans Club In cooperation however artists both "ama make reservations Immediate- Highway 41 and, 441.E. E L/ selected,, by the judges! and

with the Keystone Qolf] teur" and "pros" will need ly. Hostesses for the luncheor T. Martin general manager _3 .I;, awarded an expense-paid trip
.' & Country Club. time to begin their entries for are Mrs. Albeit Bachmann of Clay Electric, has extended .', ..x I, to Washington! D. C. to seethe
This 18-hole. Best Ball sidewalk art shows and craft Mrs Edwin Dwyer and Mrs an Invitation to the .. i 2 L. government in action

;t Tournament will be ouen to all exhibits. Date place and registration Don Pater. public to "come by and get acquainted J I Judges will be Joseph Benson.

i goiters with established 18- will be announced Mrs. Bachmann &tv\ Mrs. I R with your district office principal of the Keystone
: hole handicaps. Including vacationer later. N Sunderland will attend the< employees} and become Heights School: Rev William

a., well as residents Mrs. John Bird. chairman ol Short Course at the Unlvei :\ familiar with the ronsumei Worstall, and Miss Emma Kate

of Keystone Entry fee is $3 the Cancer Fund Drive I eporl of Florida as delegates of the services! that are available -. i Mansfield.The .

!; per person. and advanced that the final amount collected Club. They also attended tho( thiougft the new office .. L ., 4 4l contestants were Judged
[, registration is not necessary waa $1.079.11, which exceeded Presidents Conference at Atlantic rLwj on the basis of their essays on
The following couples have our Keystone quota. Mrs Beach last week Mis J = Post 202 Ladies -k-- -- ---- --I --- the subject of rural electric

I been selected to serve on the Bird would like to thank all Miller Wrinkle will attt-nd the / ; l rI7.-"lnnlnc treutlonn nt the ()PS1Ii.1; Ilutter'H. Luncheon last Siiturdiiy I cooperatives. Competition was

K O P. golf committee: Mr ladles who worked so diligently Short Course dally. .".. Auxiliary urn modelled.. by: front row, left to right N..ttle I Stltchbrrry. I'eIythe; Nicholson. limited to high school Juniors
and Mrs. Albert Bachmann. make the campaign a success whose parents receive electricity
to Installs( OfficersThe ethel l Gcrnlillnc] .lackniin.. Six-onil' l-r \
Air Farrts.Col row ( ) .to HernVlrKlntu Smith, and Fran
and Mrs. Raymond
e.nd to all the Keystones Walter Wilson Jr. from Clay Elecrtic
Nlr" ,,lienNon.. .
!. and Mis Jim Chesalng- |>
contributed generously American of
who so t Keystono-Melroso E. T. Martin, manager
: ton Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hen. DUPLICATE,BRIDGE Serves As Gunner ,....:........_.......ooca: ___ Legion Ladle Auxiliary' Clay Electric, said the one-

derson Mi and Mrs. Earl Winners of the Duplicate Against Viet Cong STEFAN BROKAS outstanding Unit 202 elected the following Mad Hatter Luncheon Highlights weektrlp to Washington June
Voyles. an3:! Mr. and Mrs.\ Fremont
Bridge Club meeting on Thurs officer at its meeting Monday 12-16. will include visits to
KIIS athlete pl.1e-
Tolles. 11 First place, Jr night: OES LuncheonThe various Government agencies
day May were Navyman Walter Wilson ed second In Class. C discus Keystone
The K 0 P Arts and Crafts I a tie with 22% points Mr. and son of Mr and Mrs. Walter throw at the State Track Jngeborg Hutchison, Unit members of Congress historIcal -

Mrs. Albert Bachmana anMrs. Wilson of Route 1, Melrose, I it President; Anna S. James 1st -* sites. and the National
meet helJ in Gainesville last
Keystone Heights OES and accompanied Mrs. Jo ReedIn eau.
Dent and Mis. Rob i Vice President; Joyce Whlsotant Rural Electric Cooperatives
H T. assigned to the U. 3 Navy's
"KEYSTITMEUOSE Irldav. Glynn Moonehamwas Chapter honored Jessie Mae a vocal solo Little Miss. Edythe Nicholson wore a
Vice
2nd President Eloa-
[ ert Clare third place Mrs. J. Assault Squadron 9 1 in 1 ; Association.The .
: River
seventh In the mile run. Drew Hicks. Grand Conducte.is:! of Debbie Reed also played two snowman atop a bank of snow,
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I or SecretaryTressut'rrena
and Mrs. Anna James; in thfirst ; Patri-
W Dey taking part six finalists are:
Vietnam
This event wound the "
up the Florida
VYel.Chaplain Blanche State OES. with a piano solos. Comedy was added which was Judged the ."unnlest
fourth place. Mrs. Gordon U. S. riverine assault operation ; Reed daughter, of
cia Kay ,
1967 sport at K..y.tltone "Mad Hatters Luncheon" '
program Cunningham, Historian; Elealor in to the program by the appear- and the most unique was worn
Adams: and Mrs. Fremont Tol- since the Civil War High (School. the Masonic Hall last Saturday Mr] and Mrs. Glenn Reed Pa-
> O'Steen Sergeant-at-Arms ance of Minnie Pearl [Mrs Lu by Nettle Stltchberry representing -
HEIGHTS ]es. Melrose sailor 'Js serv !latka: Marilyn Barclay. daughter -
The I Kthel Weyman, Irene Menerve, Miller- ), and Granny and Elite a complete beauty
PT.\ NEWS; ing as a gunner aboard on and Mltta Locbeck Executive Tables were set for 75 ladles Mae of the Beverly Hillbillies: shop. To Eastern Star members of Mr. and Mrs. T. O Barclay -

The regular monthly meetIng Armored Troop Carrier t IATC1 I ents Mr. and Mrs. George ,Committee. who came wearing hats of [in the persons of Mrs. Edythe the Robert Morris Star- Keystone Height. ; Jane

of the Keystone School engaged in an Arm., -Navy Schaeffer on Mother's Day. Committees were appointed every shape and color, carryIng Nicholson' and Mrs. Jo Reed 1 Journal newspaper (edition MsCullough] daughter of Mr.

PTA will be held Thursday search and destroy operation Miss Anna McCullough was also Tor Memorial Day gray* decor- out various original The colorful hats were Judged Jessie Mae Hicks creation, wasa and Mrs. John McCullough. ,

May 18, at 8pm. in the against the Viet Cong in the a guest at the Schaeffer's itlon, and Junior Activities themes. by Mrs. Charles Newman. year's compilation of news Keystone HeightsLinda and
school cafetorlum. Mrs. An.honv swampy Jungle rounding home on Peach St. The unit meets tha aecond Following the luncheon. Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. J. clips by the publicity chair- Mathls daughter! of Mr
Fedeles class! has charge the Long Tau River, the main which presided over by H Mrs. L. L. Mathls, Keystone
On Saturday night. Herb Monday[ In each mouth, and all was McGulre. man. Symbolic emblems completed of
BUSINESSDIRECTORY of) the program. Please be sure I shipping channel to Saigon. Nelson entertained friends at eligible ladles are welomehurcb. Mrs. J Azzle Williams, a program Mrs. Virginia Smith ot Lake the Order of Eastern Heights: Paul Strlckler. son
Alachua!
to attend this meeting. The heavily-aimed assault his home on Lake Geneva, the of music and song was Butler won first prize for the Star, as to insignia and colors. Mrs. P. B. Strlckler. of;
LITTLE LEAGUE ship transports and supplies' of occasion being his 39th [ ???! presented by the General prettiest with her "flower gar- Mrs. Vera Ownbey and Mrs. and Peggy Voyles daughter
In Saturday! night's game, the U. S. Army's 9th Infantry birthday Quests included Mr. ,: Hl Bishop has releasd Chairman. Mrs Jo Reed den' hat and second prize Georgia Murrhee were In Mr.] and Mrs. Earl M. Voyles,

Bel te Drugs defeated Scales Division to combat areas Inside and Mrs. Everttt Fox, :Mr. him from the Texas Methollst Miniature hats were used as went to Jo Reed for her pink charge of door prices which Melrose.

Red and WhIte. In the second the Rung Sat Special' and Mrs Albert Ba hma.nn, Conference and the trans,. place cards for each guest anda swan tulle cieation. were won by Mrs. Pegay Moore rvyyyyyvyvyyvyyvyyvv.. ..
HEAUTY SHOP game Cunningham's Oult defeated Zone [Forest of the Ajsasslml.] Mrs. Ty Gather.. Mrs. Lola Ly- 'ct,; lM1 ocn approved effective contest was held with the First prize for the mOAt orIginal of the Green Cove Springs

the Volunteers. which has been a Viet Cong on and Miss Harlet Harper. the first part of June. Kov, winner receiving an artistic was won by Worthy Matron chapter, Vincent Brica of the

KEYSTONEBEAUTY Schedule for this SaturdayS stronghold for many years, Herb, Jr assisted his father in anq Mrs. Mllner; plan to arrive cake, shaped and >decorated by: Geraldine Jackson for her Gainesville Chapter and Mrs. INDIAN BEACH

SHOPEdith as follows at 4:30: p. in- Cun From these mangrove covered caring for the guests! In L Keystone during the week Mrs. Orace Keeth to lesemble "Ship of the Bounty and the Verna Otte. 'also of Gaines

Own.rPersonal ningham's Oulf vs Belote mud flats the enemy had recently Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Haynes! 3t r June 12. They will occupy a spring; hat. treasuie cheAt;" and Mrs. Fran ville. The C. E Mitchells of (LAke !IIta Fe)
Johnson Drugs; at 7 P m, Scales Red stepped, up their hains- of Orlando, spent last week- the parsonage! which Is now Mrs. Berman Sikes of Mel- Stephens won seconl ahct White vs Volunteeis.' sment of allied shipping underway end with their daughter and being readied for their arrival. rose played several piano solos with her miniature golf chap- floral cake hat. By I Michael! H. CUlttyI'h.

& Creative It has been announced! that to and from Saigon. son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Jack Sanctuary flowers orother's 473-2171'

Hair Styling reeds:\ from the concession Since this operation began In Methvln of Peach St. ( Day were In memory 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4Oieetlngs
Individual Beauty (rare stand which! has been opened d- bruary there has not Mr. and Mrs. Gay; LIvingston of r the late Dr Jesse Huckert William Bilkers. and other butter and jelly sandwiches bv Mis stlnsons brother and

Every Form of. Beauty CultureOp..n during the regular( scheduled been any serious Viet Cong attacks weie visiting last week- from his wife Feme, who Isstili friends last weekend. Sho was Mrs. Gene Sapp fritos by Mrs. family Mr. and Mrs. Gene This is your sole

TUMISatj S-5; games, will be turned over to on shipping end with Mr. Ll/lnsston'3; convalescing from a the house guest of Mrs. Emily: Hejen' Whltton brownies by Courtney In Lake City. Mrs all over. hospitalized, non-

Closed Monday 47S-IM5: the Little League Aiwclatlon As gunner. "Wilson not only mother. Mrs. Gay Livingston, broken !limb at her daughters lam. and a barbecue was hold Mrs. Barbara Smith and gallons Stlnson's mother Mrs. Floyd rolling reporter, bringing you
Koywtann Height; at the end of the season. operates the different typesof Sr of Mandarin. r home in New :Jersey. in her honor on May 13 at tho of tea and kool aid by Courtney of Newbetry was a the news via my secretary. Last

BOATS MOTOItS JCEYSTONE LIBRARY heavy and light :weapons Leaman Allen Tempel has Twelve young people of tbo hom? of Mr and Mrs. Merrill Mrs. Bill Poppcll and leaders.! weekend guest recently. Thursday night Otis Melton ,
Mra Helen Lawrence.. Keystone wtfWre ship, but periodically recently returned from a, year's Youth Fellowship enjoyed u SargentMr Mrs. Dock"' Tlson and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Nickel) and I had, started to church,

BILL'S MARINE Librarian las Informedus tears them down for cleaningand : tour of duty in Thailand.. LeeIs two-day campout the weekend and MM Nick Schweycn Billy, Singleton. The girls en- had as guests last weekend and ,to avoid hItting another

HOLIES: & !SERVICE of the availability of the maintenance the son of Mrs. Frank Ot-. at! May 6-7 at O'Leno State of Northgate; North Dakota Joyed their picnic lunch, by Mr.and Mrs. H. F. Davis of car took to the ditch, and hita
"The Fun Fleet's In"Clirysler Reader's Digest in large print Before arriving in Vietnam, linger of Lake Geneva. Park. They were accompaniedby spent several weeks hero recently Melrose Bay at the Junior r Jacksonville, mother and stepfather culvert. We had our first

I....na !star Boarts1iryi at, the Keystone Heights Library he was a student in llverin Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Barry Wyman, the director,, They plan to retum tctheir Woman's Club Park. of Mr. Nlckell. ride In an ambulance, thanksto
Issues are published Vallelo and Mrs. home In O tober to Mrs. Dock TLson! and Mrs. the Heights volunteers -
ler Motors Those warefare training at and Mrs\ Frank OUinger Included Wyman.1'pnsONAJ.H new <" Mr. and Mrs. Eugene!: Bailey Keystone
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.SnrvloB A Pnrt rIOI' ] monthly for people with Calif, and completed survival Mr. and Mrs Leaman make ,their home permanently Billy Singleton attended a I and Mrs. Dorothy Jones of San and were soon in Brad-

All OiatboertlsCorrsr limited vision and may be course In the rugged A. Temple and son. Leo Allen. Mr. upon Mrs Schweyen. retire luncheon at Mrs Nelson Hos Diem Calif were recent guestsof Old County Hospital. We were
La-
RU. 21 A 18Melrose. checked out for a period of one mountains near Warner Mr. and Mrs. William Ottingerand and Mrs. Stanley mont.VTVVyVVV1VVyyVVyyyyws. ier,' home in Gainesville recently their cousins :Mr. and Mrs very lucky. Otis had! a coupler
Ooate are vacationing Daytona -
week, They are Illustrated and Springs, Calif. Michael of Gaines honoring Mrs. Barbara Wm D. Isenhower. Monday, cuts and some bruises; and
: I son.
: -4851
17 Beach for several
:
> days.
contain the same reading material -' ville. Miss Doris Ottinger of Jones, retiring Field Advisor of Mr.and Mrs. Oscar Roberson I had outs, scrapes hrulses
CLEANERS as the regular leaues. but Miami. Mrs Anna Ottinger of Arthur Barber spent recent District 6 of the Girl Scouts Continued On Page 151] (Continued On Pare; 151]
with at FottLauderdale
weekend friends
there Is no advertising. subscription golfers: have ben pairing off I Gainesville and Jim Fox After And Crystal Beach! MELROSE : of America. UBA. WECO andPrairie
feel that this gift enjoyed Neighborhoods were
Keystone We with beginning golfers for a dinner. the guests Mrs. Jack Ha bors troth Is

Cleaners, Inc. the Is library.* splendid an addition adoltion nine-hole tournament. On swimming and sailing on Lake visiting. her several children Sty Sully RnthliammerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ combined for for Mrs.the Jones surpI'edluncheon !and Starting Sunday Special Addressby
to Monday of this week begin Geneva and their families at WlllUmx.port : .
O. K. Davis whlch'IS not always offered by ning-golfer Pen Fordyce had I The boys of Den 2 and 3 We that she was presented with a

Every Dry Cleaning Service I larger libraries. We urge the first low net with a 59 and Dot were entertained with a. hotdog fjlndyn, Pa.was. quite Ill regret and made lovely gift from all the troops. Mr. Harry Deutchmann
Laundry Finish. or Fluff ueneral public to visit the library Farris was second with a 60.. I roast and swimming party this trip on advlie of her Duplicate Bridge winners Happy Birthday to Ellen I
2 Day Service often and to become acquainted Both of these players are to be last Saturday. at the home of 1'rlcnds wishing/ to last week were: 1st place Mrs. Rothhammer on May 10, John (OP ORLANDO
Plrk Up and Delivery with the many servIces their rapid improvement Tuiknett Mra: Jick I physldan. Paley Boyd and Mrs. Ray Wesley on May 22, and Glynn ,
; commended for Mrs. Roy writ her may address mall to;: 28
K"v" ti>nit. Ilclghtd 47S-X08-I that are offered If our I IIIEHE Methvln Mis Arthur Ketch 331 East 7th Avenue, South Starnes 2nd place, tied. Mrs. Rothhammer on May 24 Sun., May 21 and Sun., May
not have the book niHlsted Becker and Mrs. W. J. Happy Birthday to Wanda
does Ray
library Ketch P.M.
'N THERE and Roxanne Williams port, Pa. 17701. 11:00 A.M. & 7:30:
CONCRETE_ Interested In, reading. thO) Oi'click. Mrs. Roland Bryan Chamblee lost Saturday.
yOu are Wynn Million of the University Mrs Tuiknett In cTilnir: (rnr Mr and Mrs. Floyd Koonnsppnt
will be glad to Influ' e-l! and Mrs. Oav Livingston. 4th Dr and Mrs. Cecil R Hook
Hawthorne Concrete Mrs Lawrence of South Alabama. Mobile boys Cubs attendini / othel"s Day weekend : Mon. thru Fri. May 22-26, 7:30 P.M.
borrow it from another library spent last week visiting the two den chiefs. Mark Jordan nt St. Augustine with their place Mrs. Phil Kiomi and received! a letter recently from ,
WOMAN'S CLUB Warren. Miss Bessie Rutherford their Major Ralph K
son
& Supply Inc. JR. Renre Belote. and Johnny family from Talla-
and
MOU /
REm Mrs. Raymond Farris was Dr. and Mrs. Francis M. Me- Steve Nelson Steve nho-ien. hnnHCC5 Boy Scout Tioop lot pcnt, Hook. In Vietnam, telling of Memorial Day ConferenceTues.

MIX voted "Woman of the Year Oahee and children of Orange Mike Methvln, JT-: Ricks. io11J.. Kuy i Olson of Larsen a weekend recently at Tolles him receiving an Air Medal for

CONCRETE bv' members of the Keystone Park were weekend guests ol Billy Beam, KeMn' V'vman. Mublle) llomn Park writes that Camp north of Putnam Hall 60 hrs. of "Direct"Support of ., May 30
Heights Junior Woman's: Club and Mrs. Don Morgan. Gerald Kceth Larry Tuiknett.. visit withher on Route 100. Attending the Combat Operation. Ha Is with
II 20 W. Hawthorne selected on Mr. the "hi'l r n "chilly" 10:00: A.M. 7:30: P.M.
wy. am
was the artillery, delivering
,AliI... _9OI'....?. 9011... last week. She ana Tamara Morgan. daughterof Lester Ketch!! Ste-e! Asnton.I : nicer! and nephew in ChIcago ] camp-out were 21 scouts and .
.activities Battle Zone.
the
the basis of her Dan Morgan Bannon. Kevin Bannon) there the Scoutmaster Art Wheeler. munition to and Mr. James
welfare Mr. and Mrs. \ Bruce for she arrived SI'KAKEUH; : Mr.\ Deutchmann
NURSERY services rendered. for tie celebrated her 3rd birthdaylast and Mark Kiefer. I VfctU of snow and the tornado, Nineteen of the scouts had to A recent guest of Dr and Mrs. Cochrane of the Dominican Republic
of the club and the community Sunday, with a party at Col! Barry F. Phll'lws?' 'Retired with hall the size: of golf balls.Hila sleep In the cabin Friday night Hook was Mrs. Albert Kirchner
Carnes Nursery During this past year. Lake Kv spent rain fall. of St. Petersburg Sho 'AlIoS In
O.C. the Morgan home on 1 J. of Louisville. IH now In Kent, Wash because of a heavy PARKOFTHEPALMSHighway
HI war 100. Homhnme Mrs. Farris wa.Social and Geneva. Quests included last Sunday with Is usvliand! with other relatives. Saturday was spent setting up an accident In Oca' and

23 Mil\ ** 5K' : of StarbeW Activities Chairman of the Charlie Reynolds Karen Cal- aunt. Mr. and Mrs J'hn, T Word was( received Sunrt.iythat pcimancntly camp sites tables broke several bones in one foot 100 Keystone lIelghtolProof :

iirery Stock Thousands. local club.Members. rott. Lynn Patrick Terri Clare Phillips of Keystone heights: ,. Mrs. Augrhtry Value Is I anj. chairs and drying cut the and ankle. She spent several
of Plants. &: Fruit Tree to of the club presented Kelly Patterson and Barbara This was a pleasant furprls-I honpltatl'cd In.- Ala hUl( General rain soaked bed rolls. Dates days convalescing: In the Hooks.

chootc! from. Nice Shads! Trees Mrs. yarns with a silver Lee. Marlly and;!, Ouy McOahee. for Mr Phllll as he ha? not Hospital. will be announced later for the home. Mis. Kirchner was In
Mvergreens &: Landscape: charm bracelet as a remem- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer were seen his nephew for 40 .years George CoJgln. underwent June election of the Order ol route to Mackinac Island

Plants. All In containersPlant brance of this special recognition. recent (guests of Mr. and Mrs. major surgery at tho Galneivlllo ths Arrow the presentation ol Mich for the \summer

anytime. Camellias &: L. E. Kasln of Daytona Beach. Medical Center on VJay 0 the new charter and Court ol Mr. and Mrs Paul Warring!.!

n zaleas." TEEING OfT Kay Sunderland, a sopho- NEWS NOTES and U Improving slowly.! Honor left for their home In Washington

Let us lit your InndsraplngPhono On Thursday. MaY11, In thefinal more at FSU, spent Mother's :Mr*. Mary Strange who has : Brownie Troop 157 went or I D C last week, after a
round of competition.Vesta By helen Egan; of month's visit with Mr''*' JametMohro
8-1115 Day weekend with her parent been residing in the home a Progressive Hike last Tues '
.
Aiken received first Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sunderland the late Arthur Bralnerd bets day. Starting from the Paris1.!: Morris.! Mrs. Morris'
USED CARS place honors in the Alken Sherrt and Valery Ryan returned to Kuatls her home House and visiting varioui guests for the weekend were Beyond Question

Tournament. Pansy Hawes was who have Just returned from FELLOWSHIP CLUB prior to ,the death of Mrs. members houses the girls wer her son Col.! James M. Morrt

Hanks Used 'Cars first runnerup.Pro France after living there for Members and friends ot the Cora Strange.: served carrots by Mrs. J C Jr.. wife Lee, and chlldier A cancelled check I Is your PROOF HI2YONII -
Les Stephenson! la now spent last week- Fellowship Club gathered Mrs Esther Kruger of Mrs, Catherine and Jimmy IV Col have paid a
three years. Oaboardl. apples by that
BIG CASH DISCOUNT 1 QUESTION you
}
to be- fun and goori al
Aviator
lessons outdoor :
of Morris Army
TERMS offering group end with their aunt and uncle day White Feather Court spentMother's Grace Barbot, meat sandwich. .Js an
receipt.
lilly SELL TRADE ginning !golfers, and has re- Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody eating as 42 enjoyed the Head an Day with her son and es by Mrs. Jerry Stlnson pimento Ft. Benning, Ga bill it's your best legal

lit. 1 Bo* 90 oorted that they are progressing of Lake Brooklyn. nual picnic at Gold 11 family the Rodger Montgomerle.i cheese sandwiches bJ:, Mr and Mrs. Jerry Stlnson Every home today in 'mall bu>llnes.."
well. On Monday mornlrws Moody and her Beach State Park on May of Jacksonville and ,t and Matt recently visited
llwy. 10O 8 MiTes\ S. Rtarke experienced! lady Carolyn Jean New members Included L. C Mrs Ray Brumbaugh peanu son that needs managing on a businesslikebasis.
the more Myers. also Lake.
Karen
friend., Spring .
weekend with Carolyn Gayle and a former ART A checking account gives you a permanent
last
spent Gordon Purdy former own ,
and member Frank Jones- Delicious running record of your family's financial -
Mr.
Swim Better! Jean's parents ot
Learn To SWIM-Or: er-manager Park-of-the-\\
Mrs. Chester MoodY. Following the luncheon Mrs ''poJin)*, mada a "flying trip" transactions. Often needed! .

Mr.and Mrs. Robert Gibson. Ethel Weyman directed varloui to Keystone Heights, Caln.IvUle. HICKORY always valuable! an adjunct to a household

In beautiful modern of Largo were weekend guests games and contests. Plans foi and Orlando May 8-11 I budget! As! receipts your cancelled
.Q at the home of their Daughter the regular Game Day on May In the interest of his SMOKED PROOF BEYOND QUESTION
20( <10 ft. Pool, in and gon-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. 25 will be announced next The-Woods at camp-o-I checks are
deductions.Not .
St. week. as vouchers for income tax:
Bud Beeler of Peach & Take-Out Orders
Setting Ken and Mae Reed plan tl Sandwiches
Lovely Mt. and Mrs. Henry E. Ma- COMMUNITY CHURCH move to New York Stale only practical but economical! .

gann and son. Christopher The member. occupied about May 23 to 'work with cash! Don't bills twice!
younger So don't in pay
Classes Start Jacksonville, were vlBItlng pay
I Sean. of the choir Joft and per Mr. Purdy. Mrs. Reed's mother Chicken Ribs Beef Pork For benefits a checking! account
with Mr*. Mftgann's par- many open
j: \ formed other functions at lives in Newburgh, N.Y. and
Tues., June 13th morning worship on Mother'i I will become Mr. Purdy' private today!
Week
MURRHEE Day allowing their parent to secretary. Until fall the COLD BEER 7 Days a

I worship together a* part ol Reed will be planning on their
4 and ) STATE BANK
( up
CHILDREN'S CLASSES age Insurance Agency the congregation.At new horn site In Rockland KEYSTONE

Beginners, 10:30: a.m. Advanced, 9:30 a.m. 'I I the close of the service County. SMITH LAKE GROCERY Height Fla.
ADULT CLASSES I' Richard Murrhee. Art. E. A. Ruahton announced that Member F.D.I.C. Keystone ,

2 :,-Advanced. 3 p.m. General Insurance I received confirmation POSTMASTERS VILLAGE Behind Gold Head State I'ark.I'hone .
Beginners p-in Casualty Marine he had Just Mrs. Julia McCloskey .of Iliway 211 "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
Fire -
Three lessons % w"k: Tues. Wed., Thar I Auto Bonds I that Rev. Leon F. Mllnttof New Bedford Pa., secretary- 473.4531 Community."

CaU Mrs. Fred Dodd, Qualified Instructor Chlco, Texas has acceptedthe treasurer of the National League
473-4206.-for rates etc. KeJ'ltoae IIefght' 473-478A call a* pastor of the of Postmaster' visited. the .

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: BRADFORD COUNTY TlTXEORApn.!: STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY IL. 1967



"yVVvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyi p Kotlo* Of Appllratloik. For the. County of Bradford, !Stat! .C No. I
TIUK J>eetl8e of Florida. Doecriptlonof Amount itt Taxes No. DHcrlptlon Amount of flU" No. Dee'ript1ou i Amount of. Tax,",

........ F, C. Unit,.. such certificate or oer. land S T R A Owner and CostA of land S 'I It 4t oWbet iui.t c tetisoi2Co of land S 'r R A Owner and Cant*
Notice l la hereby given, that
THERESSA .. halt b. redemmed accordlnir -
Mr. Carl Harton the holder oihe to. law the property deBorllmd 2510-t..ote 1 A I of i at NW' 8663-B 84Ft of
'I I folloutna I ; cnrtlfloatea has, In euph Silt 14 A Lot 1 of .l;
filed said '" rtlflvnteii 1 for a tax oertlfli-ate or Car ot ..w1,4, orNW'4 Lot 1 of Blk B Ex
By Un
certificate numbers and yeara of highest bidder at the oourt SID 0 Jenkins I.It for POD E 72'. 8 of Lot Between

AAaAA laauance the description of theprnporty. hou,K door on the firm Monday S61B-I..ot 1 of BIle .. 1'3'. W 72'. N 132'u ._ Bike B" B la N -..-- --.- -
; AAAAAAJ444HOFE In montl of une. which l I. V Jones. Add Juanlta W Farnaworth: .
and thn name in 1967 16 In N Reno aiD Wa for POD n I h Cecil J
May Tyson 1.7 m teach 14.S'
the 5th dRY of June '/. Harry Anthony C..
which It wae asseeeed ae 1987. .
are 2521-1,01 7 7 of Bile 3022-I.ot 8 of RlkI V.
BAPTIST ClIimCH fnilowa, Dated this 19th day of April _
: 8'618 W 68Ft of
U In N Reno ot White Acres. ._ -
19ft7. SID MarIe Jones 1.76 ,, .
:Recreation night 1 is held at Certificate No. 49 Tear of) Issuance LOL8& W665'of
3455D.sc'rtptIon (SEAL) 2523-lx>te II. 4 ofBlk RID Warren W Winkler 11I.14 NH of Ixit &

th(; community house every of Property NEH4,, Charles A. Darby 19 In N Renoi 10U-W ttI Ft of E80Ft of Blk 19 In Tern'plm -

Friday night. Everyone is invited of NWh of SW>4 EX L. A In Clark of Circuit of Courtof SID Frances Jenkins 4.83 of Lots I Add J A Bell\ M.S4

to come and participate. 8\V COIl A EX r A In NW COR Bradford County. Florida 2B3.1-Tnts 5, < pf oil: 8 ot Blk 17 In 3701 V -Lot 8 of Blk I I
III//)' SQ KX S A In NB COR. SEC 54| 4t 5/25 I Blk 19 In N* Reno Orllr Town of In DowllnirB. 8ub h"
id starts at 7:30: p. to S8-S-22. Starke 2V Knight 39.80 -
S/D ; Dlv---n-- Cleone M Dowllna I
sarah F Jenkins 4.91 I ; 5.79
Sunday School lOa. m. Jenkins Name Bet.In which aasessed Joe: Not.... Of Application. ForT 2827-Lot X of Blk .. V 318.1-lot I of Blk 8707-Lote A A: 7 of

Mofnin, Worship 11 a. m.; j All o-t Maid property belna In x need 20 In N Reno RID Bally P Williams n." 21 In Orlit Town Blk 2 In Dowllna
''he., llTt.KI. F. .. of Stark.! Mlnnll''Ulitl..t ll.94
J
B Do-wllna 8.94
Training Union 7:00: p.m.; the County of Bradford, /State: Notice le hereby given. thai 2SB2-Lot 8. 4 of 8128:-KH of Lot I 8/D ;
of Florida. Blk
1 In
*
Oahacan Blk I E 1
Evening Worship 7:43: aiU Mr. Carl Harton the holder ol 8708-
: A Lot t. 5. 7. of
Unless such certificate / ) Ex R/W Willie 8.0)) Lot In NW Cor
or eertlflrutoH the following certlft a.t.. has Plttmnii\ Jr. Blk 26 In Orlir V
Wednesday night Prayer S>rvic shall be redeemed aocoriUnn filed'l laid. certlflcatee' for a tax I8BS-'-Lot 5, 12 of Blk Town of Stark 100 N S by '
.
rat 7:30: with choir to how the propurty denrrlficj 1 In \ A W In "
p. m.. 1 In eurli certificate orcivtlftcntua deed to be 'lenued thereon. The 8/D Qahncan. Ex R/W Shell! Oil Co 78.6 Dowllnir S/D Marian t> Lonr 43.00
certificate numbere and ol
practice afterward. will be Mold to the years Robert Lee 11.94Robert 8151-Com on 8 I( V
373i Lote 6 7 AA
G. .
leeuance the deecrlptlon of the 1554-Lot 6 of Blk t -
PERSONALS hlirheet bidder at the court Bide of Call Bt 8 'r .
houae door on the first Monday property. and the names In In Onhaitan SID where It Int El vf.reIeAda1 William C johneon ioi.
<}. L. Crawford and Patricia. which It was. aeaeaed are atfollowa Ex R/W .
:in month of June 1067 which lathe Lett 4.92 Side of Court at A V nU-Lot. 2 4 e. 8
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harrell! 5th day of June, 1967.natml : 1556-Lot ( of Blk 1 run IS *8 814Ft Lots'A'E
Certificate No. 173. Year of I. A Fracl
Driver, and family, of Yuloe tula 18th day of April, silence 19115De.eription In Qnharan SID for A FOB then ot Elk 15 In .I 1\1\ '
u 67. Ex R/W h.s11I87I..t 8 63 Ft B Tuci.rSt.wart
L
Aurbrl Holley. rim Add Annette
Sunday. They both had of Property Lot 77 Johne
a won- (SEAL) 63 Ft, 111.18

derful time. Charles A. Darby ft HomeHltee 79 on Cypreae of Cry.tal Lake 1 In Oaharan t of Blk SID Levy Lennon 2.76 W 10t'Frt'. POE St t It W' A- : essent Jr. GUI S7I7-I.ot. 1, t. 11.
Clork of Circuit Court of Brad
Russell Leejjrjtjve, wasa Name In which aseeeeed John 1890-.Lot 16 SH 166-1 Lot being' 12 of Blk 4&1-A:

guest at the home of Miss ford County Florida. D Patteraon. of Lot 17 of Blk that Port tying a. D"no DB sa FtIn
5/4 4t B28| All of said property being In 8 In Gahagran SID tt.lt' 8! of Blk SI In U8 41: Ex E 80' .
Cheryl Orlffls. daughter of the County of Bradford, State of 16JS That Willie Orerii Orlir' Town of V City Park 8/D' O'' *.Powell Bet
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grlffls over Notice Of AppllratloB For Florida. N Port of Atarke Ex N 185' 'o/p Mrs Mary. Powell
600'
on n Sidea
Tax DeedSiM Sinless auch certificate or cer Bnd E A 8 by -Lan.---..- -14.19-._-
the weekend.Mr. >. lni.111.. K. .. tlflcatee shall be. redeemed. aD.i N 650 on W RR. W by Thompson 8820-24-'-Cora at NFl

and Mrs. Lynn Hall, of Mog:1 le hereby given that, i cording to law the property described Side of NW* ofSV1411offlrptd St A Deco In Cor o-f 8IS54:\ of

Hampton were dinner guests : Harton, the holder or In auch certificate or .. _-Vbeing or Bk H-188 j'L. AndrfeWfi I.Bl NE4! ft run W
the
K 1100
the following certlflcatee has certificate will be Bold to the II' It IS Aaron Halley 19.88 I 114-Com at SB 100', S 16'. W 50'
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. filed eald crrviflcates: for a tax hlfrhest bidder at the courthouse 2642-1 Lot In NW% Cor of Call *: for A POD then

S, Sibley, Sunday. deed to be leaned, thereon. The door on the tint MondayIn of SWli Com at Orange Sts tt run S 100'. W 60'.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flakes certificate numbers and yeare of month of June. 1987 which la NW Cor, pf SWH run E 166H" :FtC V N 100' B 50' to .
leanance, the description of the of SWM a run N W 40.S3832ABeg
the 5th day of June, 1967. 10H Ft W 118 Poll 19 t tt J AlCre.
and Debby, were guests at the PI. 'n"rly. and the name. In Dated this 18th day of April, on S 4 Sec 740 Ft Ft to St then N 15 W

home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. which follows It wa. assessed are a. .9ft 7. E 600 Ft fr FOR I to Bee 2S t It Mre. E J Cowling; 81.92 A 119' N of SB V.
: then S 100 Ft 12soPtNlooFt&
Peyton, Sunday.! "'e..tlfl ate No. 33. Year of IsUunve (SEAL) 9211-Com at NE Cor of WMi, of MS

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. tt"l! Jr. 1965.Doription I of Property 1 Lot Clerk Chalice of Circuit A, Darby Court of Brad- W 50 Ft to FOB 12 ( 21 1 Charity Tucker Et' Al 6 96 Cor of Madison Hts A run AOrajiire '%4. of N SE'4 60', W of 100 NE)

and family went to C'resccn' .0 1'TN&S hy2OOFT1& W ford County. Florida 2845--'Be* at Tom K 74 Ft N 105 Ft. S 60'. E3 100' to :

:Beach. Sunday. m NW con of Lot 20 In LawteyJ 5/4 tt 1121 Hall St. In Nat Ft W 90 Ft to St Beg IS I 28 .:r Oordon Water 13*
Williams SID runF then a! to Beg Ex: :
of RY SEC 3909 Lot 5 nf Elk
Mrs. Jessie May Brannen of Name in which assessed Mra. 1 OTII' >! '10 f'Rr.riJTORS ] on Cooper Or. R/W 18. tt Mary Beenent 46.70 In-Butler Crt /J Rimer Thoma S7.IS
100', S to Peterson
Bartow was a guest at the W. J ChandlerAll FLOHIDI STArUTEM" 3222-tote S, 4 ofBlk 3911-1 Lot belnlrU'

home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. of Bald property being' In In The Court Of The ('o..'. TJnilae Peterson St 100', St th..nfono. V? I Jon Ex ItdIa rr A: s by no'E

Slbl y. Sunday. Florida.the County of Bradford Stat. of .. Probel. Bradford Count FlorlM. '. N 100' to POB 21 6 II Tom 4 Llimie Halt U8 J D Add R A Ore.n Jr. Bt Al 11.74 .A W Bnd N by
8227 Com at NW 8 Lot I,
Lot I. by
On the night of Friday Unlnsa auch certificate or certificates In Re: Katate o-f Jennie: P. 2862-Lot 9 of Blk CVr, of Call Bay by Lot 4 ,In Bile

Mar 15. Louise Batten was shall be redeemed. ac-. Kersey, also known. aa Jennie 1' nf Nat Williams St*. run N 111.65 i"P I Crt 8/D tJormaa. K: Thomai\ ,1.6,)
cording to law the property described Kersey. Deceaaed. 8/D Joe Harmon ...18aUOI..t. Ft. W
honored with r "Sweet Six- In such certificate or To All Creditors and per on. 7 A 10 of for FOB 11114 run\ Ft N UI8-\V 100 of Lot

teen" birthday party given! by certificates will be sold to the Havlnir I Claims or DemandsAgainat I Blk .2 Nat WII.Ianni 94 SI Ft, Wly auk 2 of In.Blk Add 12 LotBnin' la
bidder at the courthousedoor Said Estate: \
hlg-hent SID
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. on the flret Monday In You and each of you are rab.n.) B Roberts 6.4Willie 165.77 Ft. Sly 78 100' E A: W V .
2866-Lots 19 12ofBiklinNat Ft'Ely 195 Ft to Ills
W. Batten. The following were month of June 1907. which la the I hereby notified and required topreeent t POD li.3; i by 210' NitS Joseph N beclalr
and demands . W Studstlll* 78.86 3926 .8W Lot
5th day of June 1 any claims % of 3
present: Larry Batten, Louise Dated this' 15th day of April, which you. or either of you. may Williams S/D :Mott Walker ..04 3246--c Com. at. NECor Blk 12 Oasklns \

Batten, Calvin Smith Cheryl 1967. have against the eatate ot Jennie -' 26 9-Lot 25 In Blk of, Broadway Add Mre. N B Roslrr d."
also known aa' 1 of Nat Williams A Cr. 8te!! run N
Orlffls, Elaine Youngblood (SEAL) F, Kereey. 4128-A-Com at Pt
Churls A. Darby deceased late of BID 105 Ft, E lit%.,
Jennie Kersey W V Henderson ..18 where 8 R/W
Joann\ Salter, Karen Breeden, Clerk ot the Circuit Court of said County to the County 2870-Lot 26 of BlkI Ft. 9 105 Ft. W Line Euclid St IntE

Terry Breeden Susie Taylor Bradford County, Florida" Judge of Bradford County, Florida In Nat William. 52(0( Ft to FOB is g it Roman M Alvares 51.6 R/W Line Alton

and .Michael Breeden. They all 5/4 4t Iin| at MB office In the courthouse S/D Levy Lennon 1t.0'' 3261-Com at Inter Rd. 8 62' E A

of eald County at Starke. 2677-Com at SW of Nly Bndry of Par S R/W Line
had a wonderful time.. NeUre Of Avvllcatloai. For. Florida within six: : calendar Cor ot NW'4 of V Cr /St: B Bndry Euclid St 150'. ParE

W, K. Orlff. Mr. and!: Mrs. Tea ueed8e months from the time of the SWM run B on V of Chtn. St run R/W Alton. Rd

Mack Rldgell. and Mr. and .. 1VI.IO. K. .. first publication of this notice. H Beo Line 760 Nly 190- for FOR tC. S R/W of Euclid -
Notice I. hereby given that Two coplea of each claim or demand Ft for POB. thenN K 100', N 75', W St. W on S VtW
Mrs. Sidney W. Orlffls and Mr. Cnn Harton the holder of shall be In wrltlnv and 800 Ft. SI 100 100. 8 75' to: Keg 18 9 12 Esther Walk..rlIand..r. } ot Euclid St .

daughters were guests at the the following certificates has shall state the place of FtH800F'tW 53.9 to POB 150 Brlnaon W aavace ..a.

home o( Mr. andi Mrs. 3. D. fund" said certificate. for a tax and post office addresa reeldenc.1 100 Ft to FOB It < 11 Mary Lenhon V .30 32117-1 Lot Appro 4105-Beg- 25.04 E A
deed to b. Issued, thereon. The claimant and shall be 2UO-Dt'1f at 8W' 141Ft B A W 140' H of NW Cor V
Orlffls, and family Sunday certificate number. and years of by the claimant his 'or of NW14 of by 105 Ft N 8 of /8&: >4 of SEW.

afternoon.Mr. Issuance, the deecrlptlon of the attorney and accompanied .nch 1 8W 4 A run B Rounded B by Ry cont S on St R/W
and the names In flllnn fee of one dollar and N by Duncan Land .
property 120' 96 47' N
,
and :Mrs. C. R. Alvarez filed along K Sao Line :
.:
not so
which It wa.a asseased are aa fol- claim or demand 560 Ft for POB N W by Knnls A: 8 120': 94 05* to

and family went to Crescent lowe: V shall be void 200 Pt R 50 Ft, by Mlddleton 18 | Ii Mre. N N Norton 13.00 POB A B R/W of '. .' ,

Beach. Sunday.V Certificate No 55. Year of Issuance admlnlMtrator M!|, John F. Kersey of the Estateof S 200 Ft to H Sea 3298-Lot 1. 4 of St. It 6 22 Theron Boyer tOSS

1965.Tieerrlptlon. A. Line W Blk B In L T A 4166 25.04 B
aloiur U -Keg
known ;
1 Lot In P. Keraey, also
Mrs. Frank Brown property Jennie
Mr. and of Co.
Her Line 50Ft to S/D Ex R/W of NW of
SK Tor of WV4 of SEti Of NWV4of a. Jennie Kersoy. deceaeed. Saul Rankereon fll s.f.r::
twin daughters, and Mr. 1967 POB ft 8 11 Levy: Lennon 9.11 S302 8E14 of
I*!; >V Brown's mother, of Hampton.were *: S. SEC US, T-5-22, R-22-B ((1H 64| 4t 5/25 'I' 26S9-A-Com at SW Blk 7 In L T A: S on E R/W of St
'or of W'(, of SW COB BID Ex 140', B .
J R/W t09 6'lt'e:
of :
guests at the home Acres) Mack Lane
'IrcatV5PUFt Of The "4 of SWK H 7.05 134 84'' W a -
Mr. and :Mrs. E. S. SlWe/, sun- Knme In which. assessed TEll !Eighth<.: The Judicial( (-,.....It Of Florida 88.4B' to Old R... 3320 Blk-Lot la In 3, 4 of of BElt of SB 14.. V
nM hflnr *In L T ft
All nf property! W on Line 9264 .b',,
Bradford County"arry' N 11175'. E 1120.011'to
day1. l. Aeid For Co. SID
71 POD cont El Metta Harmon 8.83 to POB 19 I 22 ,0 W: Datis lui417oI1..1'

We are happy to announc HAMMOND l. 'v. Taylor, Plaintiff 100'. S 91 75' W SIM-Lot 2 of Blk 2504 B! V

that Larry .Alvarez ton of Mr ... 100'. N 93.75'' toPOB 85D.n. L T *: C3S24 A 410 8 of NW'
Defendant. 2! S 12 62 Cor of SE'4 of ... ... -;.
and Mrs. C. R. Alvarez wl!i i ORGAN STUDIO Mary Ann Taylor. Mose Coving-ton 1 Metta Harmon 3.74 -1
NOTICE OF SUITTO' 2696-.Com nt NW -W 82' of Lot SE2 4, B 97.21. 3 *
return home from the Army MARY ANN TAYLOR Cur of SW',4 of a 4 of Blk 16 75', W 98.0'. N .

June 23. On June 29, Lair; Factory Authorized 40 Oorskl Street Buffalo HWU & run H In L> T A Co. 8/D Carrie V Coleman 75' to Big It I 11 ,"m. -JSwin it'llv ,es. ir. tt.lt \

and Miss Claudia Chapman Hammond Organ< New York 620 Ft for a POB 3329-m 38 Ft of 5.70 4228-Com at SWCor

Sides.. .A Service! You are hereby notified thatan then run S 100 Ft Lot 4 OT Blk 15 of NE"4 of
:will be wed. action for divorce ha. been K BO Ft N 100 FeW A IS 88 Ft of Lot SEW run N 400' .
,1 Learn to pLay. tIM easy way filed ,agaInst you and you are 60 Ft to POB It. IS Mid Stat Homes 8 A 4 of Blk 16 In to POB. Ely 648 VI >

110 N. W. lOth Ave. required to serve a copy of your Ino. 21.96 L T A: Co. SID to Pt 190' N of H :
IHB: BIGHT POINT for thiway If any. to It Mack Coleman Jr. 0 .- I
''I Center' written defenses. 2697-Com at NW Sec Line N 99.5 ,
OalomvUle Shopplni ,
Eugene F. Shaw. Attorney for $1330 Eat 3LI4 to E W Haye J" 't ";
yon write. Come Inaelect ft"<"1 on 122 Cor of 8WM otRW'4 -Lot 3 of Blk

your favorite ESTER- plaintiff whose addreee Starke.le run S 160 17 A N 5' Of Lot 4 S/D. Wely 437' tVb .
South Walnut Street Ft for A POB Blk 17 A 8 20' of Sec Line, S
BROOK /contain pea. TEXE- Florida and file the original above then, run E 200 Ft Lot 4 Blk 18 In 13.8' FOB 32 With" the Clerk of the S 60 Pt W 200 Ft -
L T A Co'* SID Griffin 10.50
-. rnwhacetowitItrtter : styled Court on or before June N 50 Ft to POB Elliabeth: Olvene 9.24 4232-Com at SB
judgmentmay 133..A-N 30' of W
"''' IC''C''OI' R. 1947, otherwise. a EX R/W 22 S 21 RaleIgh Cox: : 7.91 Cor of N
NB-4, 44
8001".. ........." be entered against you for H of Lot 1 A W14 V
OBAPD.A' I In the comWltnewi 2699-Com at NW of Lot I of Blk degrees W 18.01'for
--- : relief demanded
oS \ : : : the
,
> POEt N
'or of 44 degrees
of SW 14 -
18 In L T A Go's
.
I F&rilLYR ....'.. ... .UI pl"lnt.
I I \ .J my hand and the seal HWM A run H 210 SID Aaron H W 671.99 to .
I Rolls: 7 68
Ft. B 100 Ft for ,;
1 1967. WYRWh'fl
sAid Court on May ,
of
'
[ J I II I A FOR run S 100 8332-N 30 Ft of on ,
_..*. v[ (SEAL) A. Darby, Ft. E 159 Ft, N Lot 4 of Blk It E 311.5'. 8 621.86',
Charles
: homes Furniture Co. Of Said Court. 100 Ft. W 159 :Ft In L T A Co. to Beg Ex R/W 82 5 II D L ThomAs\ 118.6 :
Clerk
A. FOB IS 'II Llnnle Tyson Et Al 9.48 Jake Griffin 16.82 .
1200 S. EdRewood Ave. By Charles) A. Darby Clerk to S/D 4143-Lots 5 thru

MERRITT JackmmvUla. Florida 82205 84.4t. 8-25 2700-Com at NW 3345-Blk 25&4 loot Blk 5 Ibn EW "
Cor of 8W4 of I In L T A COlt 8/D' Jamee Wllll* Hayes A jl
WILLIAMS NOT ICE 8WU\ A run S 810 Randolph I 3.74 E*% of Magnolia "
1
described landsat Ft" B 369 Ft forA 3347-R 60' of Lot 2 St AdJ Ex R/W D L Thomas 11." ,
117 N. Walnut St. Notice is hereby given thai: the following POD then rnn of Blk 27 In L T 4285-8E14: of NE<4

will be sold at public auction 12:00: o'clock noon, on the N 100 Ft E 110 Ft A CM SID ATFaul 4080 of SWH Ex R/W I,

Phone 964-5391 2nd day of June A.D. 1037 at the City Hall, City of Starke, :t 100 to :FOB Ft W 110 U' 11IS Marl. Jones 1354-Lote 3, 4 of or ft Ex Bk Par 23-281 Deeo .In 32 4)) 1} V S.114279NWI4 .

County of Bradford, State of F bride, to pay the amount due 0/0 J..... Randolph 168 Blk 28 In L. T. 10 Victoria KeFaahlon
__' A Coe SID A T Paul 15.06 of NW
r for taxes herein set opposite the name together with all 2704--Com at NW tt of 8EM' Bx, Par
H raiml.n* iJriBe Cc P f I Cor of 8WU\ ofSIV&runlO6lO 3355-E(4( of Blk 29 I
I State j advertii, Sold A: Ex Lot
costs of such Bale and Ing. '
I I \ In L T A Coa 8/D M B Robert ".10 Deco or Bk 20 Fa649

Amount of TaxesA Ft. S 110 Ft for 3858-W H of Blk A Ex R/W A
No. Description POD, nFtwm 60 29 of L T A Coe Ex Par Deao or

ot land STR Owner and Coat Ft. 8 100 60Ft I SID M B!! Roberts 10.12 Bk 23 2-81

N 100 Ft to I 3867-8 60 Ft of Bk 2* 1S1 13 'II Victoria UcFrshnmJ :
2324 Lot FOB & 11 n L Hartley: (.36 11.6
STAHKEBUSINESS In Green Lot 4 of Blk 33 '
Acrea Annex Thomas I Mersereau 67.81 2717-S IA of TCH V I "n L. T. A: COB 8/D Frank V L Williams 4298-NBH of N\l

2355-Com at SB! of NEK! of 8WU "4 of /SEK: Ex Par
Et AlA 5.62
Cor of SKU of of SW H Ex Lot Sold' Ex R/W A
In SB Cor 100' N&SbyIO'E& 3375-Lote 1, 4 of Ex Par
NWK A run W Deeo or .. ,
Blk37inL.T. *
294 1 : V Bk 31 PC 3864S02JCom I IS :Bertha dreeneatco
E art't N 0an W II' 11 1 Annie' Randolph '7.60 Co. 8/D 0 Jenkins 41.96S9S0 Jessie Brown Ill

Ft B 97 Ft" 8 505 8719-1 Lot In 8T,] V 3378-Lote 1. S of at NB
DIRECTORY Ft to POB Ex W Cor of Rtt of NHU Blk 37 A All Blk I Cot of NWU of
:J20: tl 5 22 1 0 S Bradley. Mrs.Est. of BW4 being 38 Ex Lots 3 A J SEXt> run W 420
34.29 100' N A a by: 60 In L T A COB; / A 0 JenkIns Ft.,8, 818 Ft for

2377-Com, 420 Ft N E A W SS 4 II Mid Stat Home U'78.B-I..ota 1 and FOB\ W. 54 Ft.: 8
AUTO REPAIRS mm SF1 Cor of Inc. 516 I of Blk 40 In L A 105 Ft. B 89 Ft toW

8WK\ of SW4\ *- 2720-11"! 8A of Rttof T Co. /8/D: Carrie Small 41420 R/W of Rd 200.

run W 115 Ft N 8EU of SWA, 3379-Lote 8, 4 of N Along W R/W

110 Ft" B 115 Ft a of 8W4 11. tl 1 C A. Cram 414 liik4OinL'F. ACoe 1614 : .IW 116 V

E rP GarageALL 60 Ft to POB It. II Josephine: Ellerson\ ill 283,-A-Com-at NB 8/D I.IJIy, A. Lonnle Jackson :Ft'to' M I II U L Ann Homes 1.14

2386-Lot 1. lot Blk Cor of N'E24 of Hlclte 4391--W 300 of NH

KINDS OPACTO 2 In Sunny Acre NW14, run Wly/ -V-- ( OlD Ldllle A Sam Hick '.n of SE>4 of NEK"

BID Samuel Welch '.81 230' to FOR cont 3$11-LOte 2. 9 ofBlk EX PaV C R/W A Ex
REPAIR WORK: W 597 884."' B In NW Cor
,
2389-Lot 10 of Blk I 411n U T. A
All Work Guaranteed 1 In Sunny Acree) 697, N 864.8' to .Coe SID Mae Frances Jenkins: 39.62 160' Sq SS ( M H L Hartley: 14: *
BID Carrie W.loh S... lion 17 6 11 B Wallac L Kahii iI.ft8UoV : 439448-4 -Lot t ofBlk
Phone 004-7005 1388-B 60 Ft of 4 South. Oate
2394-Lot a A 3 Blk I 3/4 of NW Lot 1 of BUt. 44 .. I Replat
So. Wa1 ui. Stark 8 In /Sunny: Acres }i of 8W<,A Ex In L T A Co, SID A 0 Jenkins I." Arthur B Patrty 1t.1'
14.01 H03-A-i.ot.
B/D Ethel Young Beesent; ManorSD : 11, 13
and Ex E 830 8S91-N<4 or Blk II of Blk 4 In South

2423-A-NWU, of en N "Eam t". In L T A Co. 8/D Mae Frances' Jenkins. 61.11 I late Replat Ex B

AUTO SERVICE Ink 2 a< of Ug 2 3DO.OI' on 8 tl S II 14 M1-.. W X Be.seftt. 8402-Lote 2 of Blk 40' of Lot 11 of
W A NK ,4 of Blk
44 InLT&Cos Blk 4
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.n
2 8 of Hue 3 W E.t. V I Albert X Limg-ohafnp C
Gilbert of Temples. Mill 2863-Lois 1 and 3 BID JBallle William SI.46 u.J ...
S. Brown S/D 21 < 23 Gateway Industries *f Blk 1 A Lots 1of 3464-Lot 11 of Blk 4406-Lot 6 of Ink
Ino. 11.... Elk 8 In Bee- 16 In L. T. A Co. 5 .of South OateSb
.Standard Ofl Bervloe! Station!
sent Manor Unit 1 Add
2447-A-Be* 93' Not W A Bessent >>at. 15.80 XlohdCC:: ZS.70 Merrell Dee. 24.41
ATLAS 8W Cor of NBH 1028-1 Lot being 8 8-WH of Lot. 1. ift5-B..or at NW .
.TIRES .A BATTERIES of SWH K 100'. 121.5 Ft N A 8 by 3 of Block 24 be. Cor of SWH of

Service N 100', W 100', 9 60 Ft \B! A W: Lying tnt 56 Ft m..A W NE-i, rita 8 'C ,
BmdfCt Tenna Road
100' to Bee II 6 32 Johnnie Covinfton 18.14 A being In by 100 Ft N S 180.84'. I B!: 86160.

Phone 964-7071 2450-A-Com at !SB! NK Cor of W 4 otNW'A In L T A Coe Add Kf neat W Allen N of 59.48'!8t! Rd to W R/W ... ...._ ...
NWly
of SEVi ofzqE'4 on
401 N. Temple Stark.HIJRST'S Cor of NWt4 of II t Al 74.96 W R/W 134.H'
( II to
SB \14 W 355' for Maflle Williams $241934.8i1W 3489-Lote 13, A 14. V N Line of 8WH of

-' }'OllV 100, N % of SBA of Blk 24 In L. T. NEK: W 103.81
21 tlovreee E 141', of SEVi of NBK A Co. Add
: Leeter i Prerltt 19.40 to POB
H 100', 8 21 d..- Ex E 90' ts t it I Percy: Sullivan {h.t. 353 V J-.Lot 6 A 7 7 of 11 11 Plnehurat Motor

S II ELL II'r..ell W 111' to 14 K 2950-Blk A 1 Lot BIt 1 In Davis A 4423-1-A beta Court si. Jsnnlnis C: Gardner aa
POB 21 6)) ttS45I on 8 Bide, being
Service Station Truby. Add Luther Jaekeoa 46.26 Bee; 840 E of NW
220 Ft B A W by
Com SB
nt
Cor of :
8549-S 7H Ft of NEK" of
Can Ofln Lubrication for ot JsJBIi "tSWtt 85.7 Ft N A: 8 on NWM, 8 256
W Side by 84 7 Ft Lot 8 Ex 8 10 Ft to
G odyear Tire. A Batteries run W N A S on B Side' A: Lot lOot Blk Canal, E 171. N
308.* to POB W B A: Land W of 285', W 171' to -
ROAD SERVICE 4(1.4( $', Nly 110'. In Blending SID Raymond W Same to St In N .:r Bear A N 157.42' ot

301 and 100 Stark Ely 46.4'. Sly Thompson 73.81 Jones Add 8 517' of NB)4) of
> 101 .2' to POD In 29 0-From, Pt ot Cleone \DowllneV 411.04 NWII I
WH fit Blk 6 a! Tat of 8 Line Sea 3557-1 Lot on W U02-NIiI'4 IS S Le,.1., *i. st.d
W 20 with. W Line of Hide. of Walnut St of NWRx !(
:METAL WORK of R2 Temp
19.0* 4A In NW
Mrs. Emma Murrhee Cor
t1 8 II
*RID St Rd 100 run Between Bike A A Cor E. that Port
24H9 Com 8 Line Nly Alongld D In N J Jonee N
of Co Or
THOMPSON Cn'r at of TetnJ 8(18( .97 Ft to POB, Add A N 40of Rd U I 11 15 Mr*.jo- A. Beeeeat E.t.clo .
Nly .- Lot 1 A All Lot Miss Ulnnle
>lee BID at Int mYUU.t : -
.t
Sfieet Metal Works 'iltli, B R/W of Ely V a, A N 15' of Lot V 05.1' --tTn.DIT 1/1 s.iest S,.,0
64.68 Ft. Ely 4 Blk D N J Jon.
Rll run Sly 1110 Int
In W I A ot
Ft POB tOne Along; A. Rd of A Add R A. Orien Jr. (1.58
> N94., ot NW'4 of
Curve 94.10 Ft to
,-AE types Metal Work- Sly 210 Ft. Ely" 3510.-.10 146 11'6t B NW1,4,
210 Ft Nly St Rd Sly Along 19 Ft of Lot 1 A. DraFto. :D Colley 6.70MEBth
Heat & Air Cond. Ft Wly
Systems Inhiolled) 2503 J.nt 1 thru Cat POD Ex R/W is 'II Annette L Tucker ill... A K 146 Ft of N I ... BDWARIM

lilk 10 In N 299&-I.t 10 of Blk 1 Ft of Lot S of Blk Tax Collectorra'JI

Rd. 16 E. Ph. S64-5723 Reno S/D Leslye Beat & or DowllngT Park B inNjjones City' of
8t rk.
lass Hlchtower 11.7 BID 0 D Keraey Bst. 4.14 Add Mealy: L Proctor .... Piriiau.V

4.S1.. .. 1967 ., 'l
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-TlltTltlilJ"y. .MAY. )Q..lJ'' 'I'I 114-- BItAOFORD COUNTY TELE< R\PII. 8TARKTC. FLORIDA' __ ___ _.A01l: JI'tF'I'1IICN
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Melrose/ I Santa. Fe buss to cat. wqrk' at..the Naval Air SlaUor, r Social ; ayments Here SMYRNA MISSIONARY! Training; Union, 8:13: p. m....
.1 I Weekend guests of the D. W. We would like to cxt-nj:! ou Security4P BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship, 7 p. m.

DeWitt C.: Jones; Funeral Home [Continued From Paee 131 David Carpenters Reid:!.were and: children Mr. and Mrs and sympathy Betty and to the Mangum family and I Total Over $1 Million In 1966 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Everyone! welcome :- B3derT: I

STARKE PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONF.HEIGIITSPIIONE I of Port Orange Mr. and Mrs I Mr. and Mrs Bowen Pcrrttt of children Robert and Lisa; services: Sunday School 10 I T. C. Williams pastor.

John Ross and:! Mrs. Ada Rob- Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs Red Oeraldine and Donna Lei A total or $1.043.656 In social rates for old-age survivors a. m. Preaching 11 a. m.
473-3176 erson vilsted with the Isen-. Dolph Reddish and chlldrer and Mrs Greek all of Jack] I security benefits was paid to and disability Insurance go Into -

howers. Their grandsons, Bill of Starke. They enjoyed: a nice sonvllle. were visiting Mr and residents of Bradford County effect will pay only about 80

and Tommy Isenhower of High Mothers Day reunion. Mrs. Fred Thieman for Mothers last year-up six per rent from to 83: per cent of the value of I GLASS That' Our Business

Rental Services Springs spent Sunday with Betty Griffin reports thai Day.. the year before.At their potential benefits. The

them. things were slow at Griffin; Pete and Jayce Barton spent the end of 1966, 1,583 matching contributions paid
elf It's Glass W. Hare If
HOSPITAL DS WHEEL CHAIRS Miss Martle Chamberlln of Lodge. Mr. Sutton and friend the weekend. on the Oklawahi men women and children were by their employers will accountfor

CRUTCHES Mlcanopy has been visiting her of Jacksonville caught 22 bass River with Billy and Elizabeth receiving benefits at :a monthly the other 15 to 20 per cent. CALL WRITE or VISIT

niece and family Mr and Mrs. over the weekend and a few Noegel of Starke. rate of $87.138 Edward M. Over a working lifetime of FOR ANY GLASS NEED
T Dock Tlson. shell crackers were brought In Sunday guests of the James: Womack Social Security Dis- 45 years, ending with retirement -
,4
4 .' Mrs. Sarah E. Parrlsh cele- Ouess evenyone stayed home Chitty family were Mr and trict Manager reported this: at 63 in the year 2019. We Design Modern Store Fronts .

brated Mother's Day at the for Mothers Day. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Sullivan of Willis week. 983 were older people a young worker who earned : Just Mail Us A Pattern For
7 home of her daughter, Mrs. R. Kirkland of St. Mary's Oa. are ton Mr. and Mrs. Herbert he said, receiving benefits as the top amount covered by
GET CASH R. Ford. Another daughter staying at Orlffins this week Smith and daughters Alice and retired workers, the wives and social security in every year Table TopsSHEA'S

Mrs. June Blackmon and family and are catching a tew. Mary of Apalaohlcolal and husbands of retired workers would contribute a total of ..
IMMEDIATELY' were also there. Mr. and Mrs Bennie Stone- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hudson and as the surviving widowsor $10,318 toward his retirement
I Baldwin I king visited the Wheelers and of Gainesville. GLASS CO..y
.. Mr. and Mrs L. O. aged dependent parents or protection. Adding: interest :
.I I and sons Lloyd and Brent were' the James family last week Wayne and JoAnne VanNetta workers who have died. compounded at 3 314| per cent, I :
visitors in Melrose last week- Mr. Stoneking Is an uncle of and children Duke Susanna "But social security Is not the value of the worker's con-
'
( end in their home here. They Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs. James and Scott spent the past Just for older people." Womack tributions at age 63 would be 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FH2-4353 .r,

:I t '$25 TO $600 are residing In Branford at the When they returned to their weekend with Albert and An' pointed out. 383 young widows 26412./ The value of the bene- '

I present time both teachers at home In Debuke Iowa, they na VanNetta Wayne reports' and children In the Bradford fits payable to him and his ,!:>
1 the high school there. were accompanied by Mrs, drought conditions are serious County area were receiving wife in retirement, assuming
1E Vera Darland. who is Mrs around Fort Myers where he monthly benefits amounting to average life expectancy, wouldbe

i DO YOU HAVE. YYTTTYYYTYTTTTTTTTTTTTI i James' mother.Mr. lives, with many cattle dying. :I $14,434 at the end of December $32,833-20 per cent more
and Mrs. W. E. Kite Jr The grandchildren report that 217 disabled workers and than the value of his total soc-

k, -Too many payments to make? I INDIAN BEACH and family were Sunday guests Orandmaw's bread! la the best. I dependents were receiving ial security contributions CONTRACT 1 :
of Mr. and Mr. B. H. Davis That's all the news for this benefits at a monthly rate of "These calculations Womack ,a

-Too many bills to pay? aAAA A/uLAAAAAAAAAAAA4/ and family in Gainesville week. In closing let me remind I $11.344. 1 said "are based on an assumption -

Other gueses were Mr. and you to drive carefully, and "Piactlcally every yourm that the law will not be PAINTING
DO YOU NEED I [Continued From Paga 131 Mrs. W. E. Kite, Sr. nt Ocala fasten your seat belt. It may] family In Bradford County has I. changed at all during the .
: and Myrtico Dau- life. And here's ..
ankle. Freeman save your now. survivors protection under social worker's lifetime. It can
and a badly sprained young
r Otis was released Sunday, and ghtery and Doug Uutgen of Leeon. security that can be worth! I be expected that there will
EXTRA CASH NOW? Jacksonville were visiting Mr LEEON'S CORNER SYS.OOO or more and equally; in the .
I hope to be home by tomorrow continue to be changes No Job Too Large
Lutgen and "Little Jack Ilorner"
Adthur
and Mrs. valuable disability insurance
benefits as
[Tuesday. We arc very law to improve -
LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR ,I thankful that it was no worse. family over the weekend. [Revised] protection,' Womack said. I there have in the past No Job Too
t Dee Morris will leave the 28 Little Jack Horner The average worker, he ex 'f, Small .
injured -
Since my left arm was "As pointed out in testimony
MONEY PROBLEMS of May, to attend a Post Medical Went to the corner, plained, can expect to collect
[ my mother will be typing before the Ways and Means
It A. K. School at New York To get him a six-pack of more than the value of his soc '"""
for me the next few weeks. I Committee:' of the House of .
University In New York Betty "Bud". ial security tax contribution
i 1 will also slow down my fishing :Representatives in hearings on
We Are Trained To Help! and my swimming. Now Bunny and D-d will spend the When he !got there. just In the benefits payable to changes In the law now being STANLEY LYONS
time with her parents in Who was sitting in a chair him and his wife In retire
at Indian of
let's see what went on considered, the financing
Eustls. Dee finally broke his But a drunk chewing his he not live to retirement ,
cow ment. If does
P. O. BOX 31 -l'
: al-
while I away.
t Beach was the social security system
Town finance Co. fishing jinx by catching a 34! cud. his family stands to:
I i Mr. and Mrs. William Barber laws for increases in the benefit -
lb. bass but he caught it on Said Jack "You see here collect far more than the con MACCLENNY.LOJunA _,
W. Eden- in the
and Mr. and Mrs W. level as earnings rise
1226! N. Temple Ph. 964.7449 i field were guests of the Norman Betty's rod not his. Why'd you drink all the tributions he has paid) ; and I future without any change in It
Mr. and Mrs. David Rape beer?' '. the same will be true if he '
Barbers over the weekend. I the contributions rates, Womack -
I 8 Ib. bass were fishing over the weekend "I don't think you should should become totally disabled Call Collect for. "'
Norman caught an concluded.
t I had good and caught 7 bass. Even have done that" for work before Social security I :
i on Saturday so they though they are hard to find, Said the cow to Jack, survivors benefits. Wo- I Any Information

I sometimes you find where they "I dont mean to smart back. mack said, can be paid to the ocJ
I are. But how else' would a cow family of a young man who Adjustable Vinyl Book 259-3084-Macclenny ..rI

Mr.and Mrs E. W Revels get so fat. has worked and paid social Cover All asses 30 cents. ea.

p spent the weekend. In Plant Then little Jack Horner security contributions for as at The Telegraph. >> ,

.-. i r Af < City' visiting their son and Went to the next corner. little as a year and a half dur-
i. family. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Still looking! for a cool six- ing the three years before his

c Revels, Jr. puck. death. .
-
--
Got that Smith had a Said the store-keeper Mr. . .. .. .
; T. ,
H. _
Mrs. Benefits to the mother and ***"T "" ".T. m2 T. -i* i. .V'' ____i -.r-T :.ritfrffilr| :- '- 'V-' .J T" ..
I houseful over the weekend. John children continue until the

It t Quests were: her daughters "Our beer is all gone, youngest child reaches 18, or I I
gleam Mrs. Techla McOrlff and Mrs.F And I'm really sorry 'bout Indefinitely, if the child has a I JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY :_
"
W. Murray and their families i that Jack. disability which began before I
wpyour of Jacksonville; her sons So poor little Jack his 18th birthday and makes'
Hayden and family of Live To his home he went back it Imposslblt for him to work I'
r e sac Oak. and X. M. of Starke. and And slowly crawled Into his ana; become self-supporting. I APPLIANCES FARM EQUIPMENT I PHOTOGRAPHER

I their families; her daughter bed.
Under a change in the law .
TV
Mrs Trellle Cheshire, her son "Without my cool beer child's Appliances' Color
e enacted in 1963 a BARNETT'S
3 friend O. 0. Gardiner I'll be dead soon I fear." and
., rhwq.11 ...',. Larry a benefits can be continued. up Zenith Motorola. Ford Tractors
Mr. and shook his
: And sighed and
-.'. I Mrs. Murray of Pompano of Jacksonville: weary head until age; 22 school.I If( he or she: continues -I e General Electric "South't Most CompleteFord Commercial .and Portrait

McCullouRh and In "Von Get ,A Good Deal At Dealer" Photography
'.', James Mrs. John of Keystone Under the schedule of taxesIn I Guaranteed Reconditioned Frames St Custom Framing'"
the present social security Tractor
i c Heights; and Linda Gall John- J J 1958 Blandin Blvd.
MILLER
son and Pat of the U of F. -7 law even the group of young IF. O. pm. Every Tool Known to F..rmln Jacksonville 384-1484
will start work in .
who
';, had a nice fish fry and workers .."w .,.
They -,.. rum ll l >*
S the tax Ham i* FM -
1974 after maximum)
," JacksonvilleFord
"
< \ \ 4 dinner outside. St., William's 8un 1.v JaflkMitvtll.
I IJ and Mrs. Earl Voyles I ,
Mr. Wednesday: Tractor Co.
Mass 7:30: a. m. I Rer\'ir-
daughter Peggy, attendeda ) Sale & PIANOS
and Autr.
; at Mass and Novena 7 P. m.intend stone Height: Vicar Richard I a
Mothers Dan celebration Meyer: minister. Beaver St. E. of Lane
\- the Church of Jesus Christ of emon luallonal Divine wot ship, Sunday 11 LANDROVER Jax EV9-8831 -
Latter Day Saints In Jacksonville : Community Church Dr. For Musical Advice

-if". I on Saturday. Peggy sang A, C. Holt, minister; Mrs a Sunday, m. Holy of each Communion month. 2nd C. CARTER NICE .;
on the program. Saturday' George Canova organist. Sundayat The World's Finest In
held each
night they attended a danceIn Sunday School 9.30: ( a.m. Service 4 Wheel Drives MOBILE HOMES USED

about the social hall. Morning Worship 11 a.m. St. Anne's Episcopal Jeighta Sold and Serviced by f 0 ; :atdliu( iJ:
See us a low-cost Auto Loan Mrs. Jo Strandberg, had a I Nursery open both hour Church, Keystone Roberto Chevrolet ,:.;
'1".I.\ ...........
. Wednesday Fla. Con Spring 3033 J. & J. Swap ShopUSED
!, The lower the cost of your auto loan, the more you have to spend on'your Her nice surprise children on had been planning Prfwbyteriim. ChurohRev. Green JacksonvOta 264-0600: Established 1943Chickering1 a

car. When you borrow at our low rates the savings can get to paint her house Mothers -Faith. J.Presbyterian R. Neale Jr., min Baptist TRAILERS Sc: ;
and. all were going to Worship! services : Sunday: ; from 8' 20' Other Name Brancu ''c' S
you FM radio, white wall tires even air conditioning. So pick your : Day ister. Mrs. W. A. Wallace organist Campers .
I i Charles, .... 7:30 m. [nursery 55'
spend the weekend. 11 m.. : p. JEEPVebJl'I. Mobile Homes 32'
model, make your deal then see us for the money. i Mrs. Carl Swisher PIANOS CONN ORGANS "
contractor I.Sunday. .
a Bank Financing
who is a painting organist. open Trades !:
summer
2631 Park Jacksonville 3888311PICTURE
! brought some men down on School, 9:43: a. m .t Jeep Wagoner" Station
9:43
School, : a.m.
On auto trips be sure to take "the safe money"AMERICAN Wednesday, and had it Dinted Morning Sunday Worship 11 am. (nursery open], Training. Un Wagon Ilgwy. :21. Orange Park

In four hours. He his wife, [ openl e Jeep Universal TeL 264-8324
6:30
Sunday (Nursery open both lon, : p. m. nursery
EXPRESS !''II l = Louise and Paulette carne back hours.) Rev. Lawrence Carroll, ,Jeep Gladiator Trucks FRAMES
: : Friday night and he painted past*". Authorize Service -

TRAVELERS CHEQUES ; :__....._ ,.,;.- the trim Saturday. Paul Lee -tpllK'o Approved PartaI MOTORCYCI.ESHONDA
and Oreg of Jacksonville and St. Anne's Rev. W. W.Voretall FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 4 Wheel' Drive t Wheel'

,Prompt refund if lost or stolen. Spendable everywhere. Cost-only II penny a dollar; Dorothy Sam and Charles vicar. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Drive SPILLERS ;:
Hennv Butler of Ormond Morning Prayer and Sermon -
11 EDDIE BLAND
a. m
Worship
Morning :
Beach all came expecting to 2nd and 4th Sundays Picture Framing:
Youth Fellowship IS p. m
paint and found it done. Betty 9:30'a.m.: (nursery open.) Choir Practice Wednesday, MOTORS, Inc. MOTORCYCLES
and Sam HI of Jacksonville Holy Eucharist and aermon 655 W. ADAMSJACK80NVTIXH Picture Framing Original
FLORIDAfirtuft Naval Air Station spent the 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: a.m. 8 I p.m. SM-t'l' ALL, MODEL I Paintings Unframed Print
Robert D. Burch.
Rev.
day Sunday. (nursery open). Church Merchants Oreen Stamp Matting ::.- Framed Pictures -
School 9:30 "Holy Eucharist 8 A.M. 7 P.M. Mirror Framingecorator -
Mrs. O. W. Ellis spent the : a.m. Parrish Motor Open -
.. wetkend In Waycross. Ga. visIting 8 a.m. each Sunday. Adjustable Vinyl Book Tues., Wed.. Thurs. Frl. ) Help.
/I < AT: 'STARKE: ,' t 'i her sister Mrs. Sue Nell" Evening: Prayer 7:30: p.m. Cover All sizes 30 cents ea. Open Sat. 8 A.M. 8 P.M. 1043 Park St. S Point
: ,
ALJa!
6:30 Telegraph.
O'Qulnn. each Sunday. EYC : p.m.eacll at The Closed Sunday Sc Monday Jax 333-8531

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group I Friends of the James Kln- Dally Sunday.offices of Morning BUBVIOBPAATtl MOTORS *. CYCLES
the
to hear of
hens will regret and Evening Prayer1,'8:00: a.m. THE RIGHT POINT far the -
death of his brother Leonard 4049 Blending Blvd SEWING CENTER
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. write. Come to
Member and 5:00 the
: p.m way you
Klnchen: in Jacksonville. Many 82 Years ... A De&Ier Jacluonvllla 771-8244
favorite ES-
j people in this area knew Leonard -LutheranLutheran and select your fountain pen. Aliway Good Used Can

from, his visiting, and his Church of Key- TERBROOK ni: Laura M. Jacksonville H. & N. -
Phon M -1IC6.
11 MUSIC
SEWING CENTER
BEAUTY ACADEMY .


11 Crusade Still In Progress Nightly :30 Hairstyling American Paulus Music Co. Auto 1967 Zig Singer Zag


Band St" String Instrument Like New


EVANGELIST HAROLD WARNER AND SONGMASTER !JiM LANCASTER 21 Academy W. MONROEJACKSONVILLE M5-9SU1- ': ... School Gibson Roberta Guitar aupp11el-IMt.naoUon Recanfors*: Amplifier Console signs, Model stitches make, monogram fancy de,-.


Musie LiDbrary-Expert overcasts, sews on buttons
Choir present outstanding members RiversideHairstyling
THURSDAY: NIGHT, :MAY 18 Its average attendance preiwnt.Don't Repair Department make '''button holes St: bllndtltches. ..
let your Sunday Sriioul' pliiB the team and local No attachment. -
Hear Rev. Warner speak on the t 41 W. Monroe !St!
IVY down! A grout inimical experience
group' / Demonstrator $tWo or $6 per
subject, "Watching Olir Nation Academy Jackaonvffl 2r.5 -M4T ...
should I r! 2QH9 PARK NT. S310 Beach Blvd. mo. Call Jax 771-1850
l>le. Every American _
__ ,::11,r hear this. chttllengtj. A Patriotic SATURDAY ]10 A-M. JACKSONVILLE' 388-8337 JackaonvOl 908-3081 II. St: N, Sewing Ctr. ..

t' Production will precede the mes"living Dran s" party for all NUND\Y NIGHT, MAY 31 aei+l Qualified Accredited Instructors- .

UK e. All official.* and civic leader children aged 4 through 12: at the
CKU8.1DK: SERVICE y Modem StylingMonthly -
CLOSING ......
should attend. parking lot of Miulinun Street Classes"Where WESTERN STORE
1 Church. Come early for a neat! R-v. OPTICIAN .'M,,"+
Baptist tomorrow' stylist

1 FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 19 Warner ulll speak on the subject are tralnnl1""

J SATURDAY NIGHT, :MAY 19 "The American Home. and MOTORS LITTLE DUDE ...
ELECTRIC
"Sunday School Night. Special!
Its. Need." Vital massage for all Western Store
Award for the Sunday School 1\IlIlIlca.l Splendor," a colorful

having the largest percentage of acred concert. Hear the Crusade America! Peavy Brothers
''COrtSSIOMAL OPTICA'' 'Wher You'll Find :14vary
Electric Co.XJECTRIC .
thing: For the Hans e..

y High School Auditorium 0o16ServicedRepairedOeneratore: MOTORS COMPANVPrescription* Filled Western Enthusiast"Clothing Leather--

-Starter Broken Le.Dupllcatsd good:\ Saddles and Trailer"...
Alterations Artificial Eye Charles A Sharon Petty

SPONSORED BY THE COOPERATING CHURCHES j EVANGELIST Armature Rewladfsjt Eyewear Specialist 812'8.! Edfeweed Ay..
CRUSADE IS SM-5393
sQNGMASTER 4044( Lenox Ave. 213 Laura St. Jax JackaonrUto J84-111
: ay" OF THIS AREA I I Harold Warner Jacksonville S87-18M 1034. Park St. J..*. 354-3618 ..

Jim Lancaster Crusade Office: First Baptist Church Starke Phone 961-6562 = :____,---- .
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- VVVVYyyyyyyvyyyyyyyy'VI with n mothers day dInner at I onllrcl on Monday and she A OiasHlflrd Ad In the TELEA Classified Ad In the TELR- No. Description ., '- '. .. Ant .t Taze4of No, Description A'Douot of T8CS -

the Wise home Mr and Mrs. ,: loturned' with \them MI. and GRAIl brings result GRAPH brings remits.NOTION 11181(1 S T R A Owner and Co M of $$5116. < K Tit A ,: Owneep. alld ..

Bill Powell Joined in this famIly i Mis W. P. Smith. Mr. Putch's .
-I III--W'AI! (' of 8W01\ ,' -t I ia7ie 1'A1 of Lnt H 4.. tlfti.lp4' ( l..11i1572W
get toBether brother and: sister of Palatka. 14EV4. oN o-f 1'1IbUo In LlLwtlw lJ1 of Ry .. If. 0.1.8I1

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright spent Friday' afternoonAltSports ) OF TAX SALE! ltd & that Port of lA of Lot .. ..
By Ena Illnnrluvrd of Waycross. Ga. wer slit of SW\4\ 42: In Town of :Edward: Jones-- 1.:11:

Notice 1 N> hereby given. that the 1st day of June. 1967 begin ., which 14es. 12 .t Mt Lnwtey 1.2 of fly
Sunday visitors of Mr. and .,
Banquet lId 5125 N of Cu 15s7-A--.C itt '
-I .AAAAAAAAA. LA. at at Starke, County of Bradford, Slate of Florida om
A 44.A. Mrs. T. L. Walnwrlght. noon Or Ud 11. It 48 RILlel.h y. Crosby 95.83 Inter of N Line S1517
Set tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described ., ] R/W of Sni151SI.
Thursday NightAt -
The Visiting Mr' and Mrn J. It- of SW'4 of
Revnal :at Highland I due 714.S'4 S Par to lIlt
land to pay the amount for taxes herein set opposite SW"E '. ..'-, '. r
Baptist Chi l IJ) will br''inIay!! : Eunice and Mrs Selma Eunice Southsicle School % 01 103 for. Pob. S : ..,
the same, together with all costs of such sale and all advertising ., 5W: Ihl 19A AnlIIW .1oi.:; E on II Line ..
I ? and fiintiiiue through May\ were Mr and Mrs. Joe Lane of Con< U 6 It 00 W.t Qulvl' 121.87 nih 111 32"'. N Par.

47 at 8 p m. each night with Deland and Mr. and Mrs. University of Florida Bas 10I-.A--14'4 of SWof to RR Ion, \V to '

special 'tinging. Evangelist Oa-] Tommie Godwin of Gainesville... ketball Coach Tommy Bartlett No. Itmcrlptlun Amount. of TUH 8114:' '22 6 ::1:1: 10 b.n I.. Stl.\\.\ \,,. ii.co I'ob Z8 5 !: ins United Co ondln. 88.81

,:hea pastor of First BaptUt Mrs. Hattie Darley and Miss will be the. guest speaker at Uv- of land S T R A Owner and Costs| 780-6-I..t. 8 of inicU 18U"'Nof\{ Lot 87
attended Home of Crosby lAke P::1: r.r 1" S .. I! In Lawt.y m or .. "
Church Slnia Prescott .
of Green Cove Springswill annual All-Sports Banquet tonight M.SWVi:; Of NHVi\ Sioi'is 1 \11' li..rui4. Hy 'la, iea4Rsrbor" 1.12. :
be tha speaker. Everyone Is coming, at Long Branch Bap- I Thursday] in honor of A all NWVi\ of 812H > 'I P Ihultb 411.87 1021-1 Lot nil DeMo
] and dinner on the, \ W of Rd 88. 10 GO James A Reid 100.96 .
I welcome tist Church the basketball baseball and 7 2-Lot 6 ot Silk 15 In Decal Hk sa .
I I 187-NV4 of 8EM A Crosby i,a k eSilof. Page 12.1 In Otto .
grounds.
Cottage began
( prayer meetings track teams. IS 6 80 1ZO : ., '. ,-.
NIX(, of 8'of" SEVi\ Z51'OIl.IlnNIi 119,33 .. I'< JUunlue. RIO Lot beIng/ 100'
Monday and will continue Mrs Clyde Wainwright The fete will begin at 8 p. m. 177-NWVi\ at SWH 17. 80 4OIi': L Toinllnscm 63.CBor.3.32 S thut.i' C.SB Si&WbvSO'N

through Saturday except Wed- spent the weekend w'th her In the Southslde ElemontaryCufetorium. 257-.HW14 of SWVinf \ 8on-TI-Par an Dose &SInNECorotLot Mid Stat.lnva.tmeflt. ..

nesday. Come and pray for a parents Mr. and Mrs. W. O.- SWVi\ & 2 A In In or 47-112 26 6 21 19.39 Harold Smith'' Jj'.gS U Corp. 111.08

successful] revival. Harm in Fort Mend Mr. Coach Bartlett. in his: first SWVi SIO Cor Ex of SWM KW| of. 8.T ZO 11 !Southern' Oil & 81-PII.:!In or 47-120 nil ''DPMII I I 1639-1-A:' .210' lII ''ft '" a14W ...
83 :
6 XI18' 'Furreir Bmlth '
has been transferred (91.04 ( ", lOr 8W'!4
twtey Junior PTA met at Wainwright ClieniJuul i Co
season at the U-of-F. tutored 821-C.ULvt 24 of of SF14\ U II It !t1od.frn'ttflnI06FinanoS.

:thejschool] cafetorlum on Tues- to Fort Sill, Okla. his cageis to a 23-8 record and I 370-.8V4 of SWVi of .... Sampson. Lake. -. I ,', en 11.U J

day evening of last week with, Mr. and Mrs Norman Hamilton second place Southeastern SWVi NWH\ & NWVi; of 16 7IeoNn'A 30 61)l ){ If Molt' 81.10TS Shores! W H Smith B.25 I 16114-1 Lot 100' N 11

a ]large! attendance. Mrs. Milo' Cathy and CIndy of lC25Lut 21 of 1'4' bvllO' 1'1V
I' Conference Sampson Lake .. of
In RW Cur
) of 8BHKx Wyg{
Smith, past president. Installedthe Oainrsvllle were visiting Mr. : I 8 OA Cor of Shores< W H Smith 'e.28W of NK:% of NW'4 U II U 1. J PadJ\'ett; 4.21 .

new officers as follows-: and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton on .IXMKS HOLIJNGSUOKTH NIC'/, of RH 4HI5V4 .& 81-C.26-Lot:! 26 oflampuwt 1862-r.ot na rleoo In ,

President, Mrs. Estal Moody; Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hamilton ON HO.VOIl LIST: of NBVi\ & Shores* tiak or Bk 14-385 2G Ii U IDO.Mid Slate itojiapi. 6.231oe3n..g
H Smith l.gfi
I-H4 of SWVi\ fNRVi .
I Vice j President. Paul OriXfls; s brother Arthur Bogue James Franklin Holltngs- A NWK\ Of : t\4 NW a ;,
few 82I-C-27-Lo-t 17 of ('or of SW\ ofSW'4 .
Treasurer. Mrs. of Rochester. N. Y spent a of
Paul Canova.
worth, son of Mr. and Mrs :.HfeiVi\ LyIng 13 Sampson Laka8hor ot NW\4\ ,.

The gecretary Mrs. Charles days during the week. James F. Holllngsworth of C'o Ex Or R/W Rd 6-A &. '!16. 80 H 11 Molt 107.88 s- W H Smith 1.2621.C.88Lot Run 1'1' 100' for ,

Sapp- was not present and will Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Snpp and Starko, made the Honor Roll ;" $ U of Pob FJ 7r, S I 100', .
of .
& 13
402 Lots 12 '
W.75. N 100' 10 .". .
be installed later. The first and daughter Mrs. Gerald Bush for the winter quarter at Alabama Blk B Corlluttu. fihores Sampson Lake. W' H Smith 6.IS Fob 25 Ii U RId !Itat.! lion....

kindergarten grades took part and daughter of Miami visitedMr Christian College Montgomery Unit 1 ShIrley t. TutBloue. 6.914e8Nw'h u I Inc. '.!' ,

In a talent show followed and Mrs. A. C. Pearce last ( \ of KWU\ 821-C'29-Lot 2ft' of 1886-N":\\4 of Nr.-,
: by a I. Wailen Ala. Kx 1 ANotRY IT T 20 tt !S'!ollth....... OU'II: I Sampson:: I..ake of BW4\ Ex H/W 15 II $3 10 Joe Jenkine Eat 1.lIt:!
May Day program. Both were week. Mr and Mrs. Mr. Holllngawoith is a 412-N ID V4 of Lot 1 Chemical CoIS 64.00 {Shores W H Smith lUll 18'tI-NW'Io of NWN

I very good. The first prize for Sapp. Leslie and Mrs. AnI1lesteven.s sophomore majoring in speech.He 821-C-30-Lot SO of .... of SWM IG I U 18 A T Paul H."
Jacksonville wel'oSunday Ex 10 A W of Ry 18 7 0SB7 Southern Oil A Sampson] Lak s1 1673-14Si of NFIVg .'
.I the talent show was won by of Is employed as a 529 '
currently Chemical Colt -, 81.84 Shores\ t W H Smith of' IW" EJ ot lid
I Irlta Crawford the second visitors.Mr. television announcer In Montgomery vu 821-C-31-Lot. 31 of I I Hz; 11/W 2Ii 1 22 Ii Lo..anc" Berry '.U"

prize went to Norma Lou and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs -WV4 Of SWVi\ ASEVi Sampson LakeShores S., '" I 1678-1 Lot, )'
It J. .
Exr : II .. I Iof
-. \ of SWVi W H Smith; 5.29 In N ('or .l \
Redding and Marsha were
Brewer. of Cocoa
and children: A In NEr cor A '
NH": of SEVS:1
CHURCH ACTIVITIES weekend\ visitors of Mr and Book Ex; RW| Ex! that 862-8A In SW Cor; \it: _.' \ of SW'4 3Ii II III fordlDO.d, .Ihncon 111
o-f "
Adjustable Vinyl NEW\ of NHU\
port of SWVi ,1 AI '.81
Grace Methodist Sunday Mrs. A. D. Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. ft Ben at NW Cor '
Covers. All sites 30 cents ea. which I lies it 17G1-Fi% ) NW4of
School 9:45.: Worship 11 a. m. Burney Dobbs and Casey of (9-229 A W of /B325 of N1S'of NK 114 HW'I :NH'l IS I 5 U Ii. or Paul 1.14
at The Telegraph. t SI 40.30: Clarence q..Blvlns 84.98 Run B V K 8qo.
I and 8 p. m., Prayer Circle Dobbs of Jacksonville spent I NflOS.5',1 to. H R/W I 171o-rn 1 A of W1${,
Of.N12'i or 8W1.Iof \.
Monday(\ a. m., Choir practice Sunday with the Dobbs. \O'IICH or TAX fttLBN'ntlip 560-S NWVi 40' of of W 3KHA 826 34 IS 11 40 "il-.ay"Ai.tialu: 1"';"u r ', *. 8 O.46 of Ht lid 225 than N1S'. 28 I 5 U 1 Frances Jenkins ,7.1
Wednesday 7:30 followed I Is hfrohv fflvpn that i 1. SDly 'on R* to rnt'
: by Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Jenkins thu 3rd duy of Jim. ll>67 begIn 078-8V&! of Lot 2 or > t with S3 Bndry "ofNUW 1719.5-Corn at sw-1 ,.. .
CoP of Lot
Senior MYP Jacksonville attended at community ennter, SH of SWVi Of of fiiig ,
and sons of 12 noon 83.30 \ NEN
: 21 20 Pearl Nnrinan In LILwtey & run
:
First Baptist Sunday at Long !Town of lirooker, County! ofnradford MB(4; ( DB 51-72 35 I 4631 48B1 tl) NTO CorV .
homecoming 10 tin to
Wat. :
6 21 40 SIrs J Ifl Thuum on Hec
NW'1\
of Florida! tax of .
State < 824W'4 1820' to POD Rx ,
School 10 ( 8 fOO. o't. ,
a. m., Worship 11 a. with .. Jlwy 800.
Church .
I Branch Baptist Lot. 7, 8, 9, 10 of 626-n2-A--Com at l' Par 210' Sf' | on Rd, W to Fob Ex the '
.I m. and 8 p. m., Training: Union Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders Blk 8 In Ward NTJ' Cor of BV4 of 228' on Ely. Brtrynf ; E '200 .It''t .8 II J2 S Boris It psnson 1.47

I 7 p. m". Midweek; meetings Mrs. Hester Hicks and City NKVi\ of NEVi' of NE'4 of NHWA
Sunday. T.ot :.1 I In Blk 11 SWM\ W 1BB.48' S'1'JIJ'.N':1t{ ; : 17ti9--Com lit NW'Cor
Wednesday 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Itrooker for FOB. 8 100' B I ,. &.41 HW| : 10 7 :21 1 104 Irfmlira. K N..wman 14849 of NW uofsi''i
Church of God -Sunday them.MembeTs BW'4 of NW'/, Scot 165', N 100, to FOB 1 6 21 1' Leon Bweut soi-svi{ of 8FJ '4' of. of 1415' % 50'N&SbylOO'E&
joined
20IJ NW< t ,:, ...., .. ,,-. .
School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 a. 17 Tlunure 6211 9 784 ot SWH t* 4 ft Nn! 4 of a
of Calvary Baptist Township] 7 S of \\vf Lying' SW"-' 1ft 7 81 80 Bunny Garcia, Jr. 133.14 W 28 II 22:! Julia Wititley. n.n
m. and 7-30: m. YPE Wed-
p. Church held their weekly cot salertlflcntfn will! he "old on E of Rd A Kx RWA 1761-NWII or 9W
'
nesday 7:30: p. m Prayer meetIng meeting at the the followIng described land to 1x5/8A0flNW 880-B--Com at SB t t. '4 of HPI'4 5. H
7:30 tage prayer II..- amount clue for taxes UU 84- Cor of NH14 of 1911 Ft nf 14W'4 DfRWoj
Friday Oor Dune
I : p. m. Mrs. Milo pay .. lluuiy Lc-fuy }Moln, 20.26 SW'4 N 11Mto S ,
and 11
home of Mr. hoi" ,tIIi net oppoSIte] ] the .a.iue.tog.tIer PG :295 1 8 1JB8| R/W of 8E"Ex'
of
Highland Baptist Sunday night. with nil costs of such Hwy 227 R/W 28 IS U 13 F-thel1.1 Strong
Smith Friday HWIv H RIW 756,6' .
School 9:45: a. m. Worship 11 sale und all :lUverlslngA. 6J5-A: -WV4 of NWVi for Rt..by. ,. !0.1. .
Fob S 14 deareas
a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Choir Mrs. Clara Olsen of Jacksonville : P' McDavId !S'5IJ ? of SEVi, :' & that IO 210', HWIv- 1119-111\1\ ftt NII\4:\ '. ,. q ....'-I! "." -
was weekend visitor of her $ Port of SWA. ot Coy Lee Alvarez 31.42 Par Hwy 210' W of NII3'4 of NF.4:' n G II I JrJy.. Orlffls kst) 2411i785A2.W14
practice 6:30: p. m.. Prayer and .' i an-: S215.0G VK'/t 8 ot Pub Rd 2 6 21 14 donrees W .210' of 81'1 j' p

meeting Wednesday 7:30::: p. m, niece and nephew Mr. Tommy K: Cox Town Clerk::, 848-N'4 of NWVi\ Ronald A Jennne SR/W, N12ly 210'to '4 of NWl4 of ., 1 .. ." '-f'.... ; "e', 4. ,
Sympathy is extended to Floyd Futch. Their son-in-law. Town 08 tirookerBradford of BEVi: \ 3' 81 20 Andrew. 88.57 Fob 13 7 21 1 LouIse K Newman 40.5$ FlW4\ Ex Lot 100' -
- Mr. and Mrs. John Daniels County Fla. 887-1 Lot Lying InSH E S W by 827' N
Mrs. Effle Miner and Mrs. : ,.. Oor ot SWVi l of I >*'. If 0WwISb S ", 41: 8 18 I II .'!"4 R..t. Li Tyler 1.11
Pauline Torode and all other = :' Ft 1807-Lot BI! In

relatives in the death of Dr. ..:: N 4Bblnf4:2t: B WoodlMwn EJr Lo-t ;,\ "'.", AO' I. ....<< : .
A W Kx l-A 8<1 InSB ,,100' HW being. 110'
Earl Roberts of Jacksonville DIRECTORY Cor 14 7 >1 S Wllllatu Shade. (.U W ot 8E Cor 19 I U 10 Floyd King 11.11I I

Beach who passed away Friday AREA BUSINESS 845-Com nt NW 1307A-.a.1ig 10' W .

night as the result of an auto K for 709 of Ft NK for<4 fob.cnnt Run. Ii-aa Sn4t\ r.t J 100'Con. f 100'Lot. 1.. 1 j r!' .P r'V' n. i iI

mobile wreck. )I911] Ft. S I S 100', E] 100' to h

Visiting Mrs. Ed Durban 411.9 Ft. S lit dR- Fob 2ft G II IIPIeC srro. I U I

during the weekend were Mr. Office Equipment gross B mln W : U3I-A..Tlele In ISW ,
T.ADIES WEAR 11927 Ft, W tilFt : CAr of Lot 88 N '. ., ...: ... :
and Mrs. J. Boyette and children AUTO SALVAGE Farm and Industrial ; N 103 Ft, "W .. 115' for Fob J9 : '. I
Office HBO. Ft. N 82* Ft to 1 r
Hancock roo' N 100' 'w I
of Valdosta. Ga., Mr. and .5
Cherry'sGainesville's Pub Ex RIW 100' 8 100' to'Pl U Mid "lILt.
EquipmentSanta >b at I 5 !
Mrs. Raymond Williams and :rF.iw12foli1:; % B Investment. Co"P. $4.60 .;
son of Jacksonville and Mr. EquipmentSmithCoronaAuthOriZed 24 7 Ii 55 L. II: Outlaw 80103 I
1I40-A-1-A
Most Fashionable A'I In -
and Mrs. W. L. Durban and BRASINGTONCDiLLdCOLDSMOBI 98B-' H 400 Ft of that ,., NW Cor of Lot 54 .
Address For Ladies Port of NKVi\ Fe
son of Gainesville. : LB Tractor DRESSISSUlTSCOATS! Dealer SW" Lying K of Corp. ... "..10'I8
St fir! 200' I'.x R/W.5' T..l.< 2 Mildred A .
:Mr. and Mrs. Paul DinkinsJr. MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES Edward. 10983 $II-fot 21 In. Q'- .

of St. Augustine spent the' Inc. Inc. Clary Victor-Totallla 10HI River-All A SW"4 all R w of% 1. i. .. ., 1 Woodlawn 93' Ii :II 10 Sirineun. < W 8a..afle, 114.11 a .1.1Sr. ..

weekend with. their respective SALES Sc SERVICE 7 W. University, GalnesvUlelmN'S Adding< Machines Calculators. NW4 K ot Itlvpr 10 4 23 U8I-I..ot. 6, 1 In .. '
parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul FORD 1U8 -NWVi IS of River 100 W H Edwards, Jr. 1SU8 Peotevilie. U II 83 11 Genres Strong Eat, .451i

Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Finn ?ltM-tion, of Used Curs I SALESSERVICERENTALSj) 80 4 22 60 W tl Edwards, Jr. 79.13 1811 Cor-A-Bp.lot In at Peetnvllle ,lOW,. . 1 I.',,.

Dinklns. Taken On CiuliUwo, Trades. Farm Tractors & ImplementsFord WEAR j 1200-Lots 89 thru N 109', -
Mr. M. Industrial Equipment SAVE TIME DlHousfl) your 38 In Woodlawn 14 | 33 R: Gu'J: 105, W
and Mrs. J. Butron 40 Mrs F W'W..bb.
8001) N.W. IStli. Kt. 411 L & L Men's Shop I 1215-Lots 85, 118, 4S. Aa-t 84.18( 10S' TP Fob 35 I 6 23 U H! Finance Co Ino 16.70
of EQUIPMENTSALES
Jacksonville and Mr. and USED requirement with at first. 41)) 51 G2 ,. I 1047.-Lo'ts 13:
61. 62 ... ',&' .,ri 10 11.
Mrs. Horace Cox: of Waldo and I-IIONE 378-38U1 I 528 N. Main St. QalntMVlUe A Lot 44 A 151 B of RT. It/W 35 .5 32 18 "lott'8tron1W.. Kst. ... .148 I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins --- PART SERVICE} Florahelm Shoes I 378-5551 Po .Or Rd In &.180-1I1'! (, Of NWVi .
Phone
PICK UP & DELIVERY Peso Pluma Suits Woodlawn 16 s 23 86 John C t*f I'I\V\' 89 B 33 30 KVB Robert 27.7527.7S
Ty. .
of Starke spent Sunday with 1:))77-A-Lot B ofwVn'y" 330.J7 l ill(--\Wj of SWVi\ .
Mr and Mrs. Paul Dinklns. 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville. Ladies Sports Wear t..Lwtay'. i of NWVS1l8jBHHi! 2 6 22 30( (Oar" s Martin'

Miss Arthurine Blanchard CRANEL1N1COLNMEUCUKV Phone 376-2548: Arrow Dress Shirts William H :\ Of NM'4\ 8 6 M 40 Pearl Koblnnon, i.l.SI:
Qoolnby 16.80
13 W. Gainesville PAINT & GLASS 1390-Wi 1941 '.
Miss University (, of. Lot 7 -NEVi of NE /,
visited Enza Blanchard A 8 of nik II Law. Rx' Parrel In NFJ' J

over the weekend. GARDEN SUPPLIES Liddell Paint & tey W of. RR TuniiiH, MHluvlnbothom C'or Sold l t... A TOreen
,. for Rd KxUK
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells "Kt Al S3.OS :
Authorized Sales &: Servloe MOBILE HOMES: I 1401-A-N 6666' of nsw 8 4 Z'i:& 3J.C3. Uury 8 Martin. 151 46bH
,
were visiting Mrs. Effie MinerSaturday
Glass Co. !ilk 14 In Lawtey 194-S-rv IIm at A Pt

over night. 606 B. University, Gainesville Johnson & Paris, Inc. MUSTANG W. of Ry Clifton N P..evlllt. 64.S6Mattle 800 Ft 8 of 4 NWl'or .. ,. .
1429 of BE .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas -8V> of BIK' S4 t of
Phone 372-4251 KYANIZE FAINTSGlassMirror's In Law tey w of NWM then S 401 I
and sons of Live Oak. Mi- and Complete Line of Mobile Homes, Inc. Sliding Door- Ry Carter1430.Ml,4 33.7S "'I W 139.3' NIT
Mrs. S. D. Andrews and'! chil- of Blk' 435' ti> Pel A Port .
Crane's Imports S 1.EDilPLANTSIn; Tub EnrIoNiirevSh, Doors) In 3S : of N% of 8WH of .
dren of Wildwood and Miss Galn.e\'U1e'. nifu-ount Mobile Lawtey W of .. ., >*..
( *'_Pet SuppUelFERTILIZERS -WindowsAwningCarpetIVallpaperStorefront' Ry Herbert NEM of nil Kx N .,...
Reynee Moore of Jacksonville Volvo (Merc4Ml 8-Uenz) Hume Sales Lot. 1411-NVt of Plk if Padgett 3.54 00' A Kx: H/W. 8 6 21. 1 Kfrnard...! Emil Tftom. 211.tg .

attended. church with Mr. and Purchase discounts on entire In Lawtey W of .. ," JD9-N'; (., 'E !'tWIt' J'
of N n'f
Consultation. Ry l'i lid
Mrs. W. F. Moore and spent FIAT-H1LLM.VN We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' chain guarantee huge savings. Mattie Carter' 804Hpurgeon A W of HRI/ .. '.
1437 :
116 N.". Sixteenth St. -Halt nik 4 In ..
the afternoon. The Tom Casey 224 N.W. 8th Ave.. Lawtey. W of !fK't' : of NB'4' W .
family Joined them for family 2201 N. Main Gainesville NEW MOON CAPELLAPACEMAKER GAINESVilLE 172-8191 1440-A-N R6.8 6'Ry of B Massey 14.36 of mi 882) 11 Joseph H Kakken. Jr. 6174
|I94-4'jui:; nt NW
dinner. Phone 372-4373 PHONE. 372-0476 : Half Block 6 In

(iauioHVille. Flib" Lawtov W rtf Tiv ...... __ : ._ for. .. of SEV_ of. .
Mr. and Mrs Eugene Pear- Used Mobile Homes Low I 1440-:'Diair -Lot::7 Rx &-,"..0..1'f frevatl I." wwtt run B 690 t. '
SEWING MACHINES Kt
to
Rd JOO. S ,
H 200 Ft In
son of Gainesville were visiting Priced. With approved credit Law t.. t I Wely along Rd
their son-in-law and daughterMr Beauty Academy tey W of Ry IoFIs M Pan.on 69.1'' 343 Ft to Pub. ront
low $100 down. ;
as U31-I..ot. 8. D. 10. It .
GLASSGAINESVILLE alnnir Rd 417 Ft
and Mrs. Tom Tatum Jr. National '. J
Sewing 11. 12, of Blk 13 \V !tFf.:| N 411
and children (Sunday. 4830 N.W, 13th St. 441 North Lawtey B of Ry Minnie Ma Wt..l6 I 8R1 Ft too .'. .

Mr. and Mrs. William Light- POWELL'S Johnson Reid 3S.56 Poll Ex RW S 6 23 3 Joseph 1t K OurtlbeY 111 f*
Gainesville 878-1346 Machine Co. Inc. ifIll-Lot.1 Kt Bile bait !s,, "
1 U91-NW,, ,f S8I.iof % .
foot Lauderdale
of Ft were "
13, Lawtey El of tiium. itu* aI 1oJf'J'4'' "
CALL COLLECT I -. 'If 10 J tifBMntlrime' -
weekend visitors of Mrs. W. M; Beauty Academy New Home, Pfaff Nelco Ry Johnnie Fowler B.25 2014-NlO'i: ., of N'E'i I'llaSS
:Reddish. 1486-tx>t 1D of R of St Rd iSSixO26Wtl
GLASS CO., INC. Universal Sawing Machlnea Lot 13 In Town< of 7 6 23 '
Nancy; and Joey Bannett enjoyed Learn a Profession In Your Sales & Service Lawtey K: of Sty W J Barber 6.07 of NW" :2 I Leo T Sullivan 6 21 1

a swim party at the Spare Time. Full or Part Time Motorcycles Scooters of NWVi. ISof8t
IN GLASS"Store
EVERYTHING Nearly New Units $IS monthly 1410-Com at SW Rd 18
8 6 33t 8'
Leo T Sullivan" '
home of their uncle and aunt Cor of Lot IS. Hun 664

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dai ley In 1J.AY &; EVENING CLASSES Fronts Mirrors. CYCLERAMAMotorcycles Budget Terms Available Nty' Along W Bdrv J SOI9'C-'om Cor af E'5: nf Wttnf SW .. '
of Tot 16, auo Ft ;.11
Starke Saturday. this Included Windows Sliding Glass to FOB Nil WBdry : Low Tuition Term on 810' for Pob N.430' ..
611 W. GalneavlUe
a cook out. Doors Tub Enclosures University; 63.73: Ft, K\r\
219 N.W. 10th Ave. -. R 108', 430'.
Mrs. W. M. Reddish and Gainesville 373-37CO S YAMAHA 378-1395 '165 nOr,Ft.of Sly Lot. .on 15A.olD i W 109' to 0T, 6 23 Pioneer Vlnanoe, C. n.*$ .';

granddaughter Sheila McClel- S03S N. K. Waldo Rd. eUllw 6Z7S Ft. Wly 165 300-Com at !'!WOor ""-

'Ft to FOR In LU.Wtey of 1'1% of SW
lan visited Mr. and Mr$. A. W. Gainesville 3762084University SALES SERVICE 'i of NWI4 A run
TILES & E' of Ry Joyce Lei Walker 13." !
Hamilton and new son In, PAINT 1503One N 400' for Pnb, K ,
ACCESSORIES Lot -100 j
CONCRETE PRODUCTS I ; *. 4 I. 200', N 100'. Wsoo'
Gainesville. Mrs. Hamilton will Ft R A W S74 4 'S
I 6 IS W. University Gainesville s innto Poh .,
Ft N ft S In SW
be remembered as Patt Sapp. 878-2811 FUNTKOTE TILE A Strip 15' N A S
Lot C
Cop of 17 J SIxS "
Glass
Mr and Mrs. Mitchell Brown I tN'SIST THAT ALL YOUB Vinjl-Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt .yJ3l Ft In Law n for Access to 11.1 l 10 6 33 John B M Rae 331 '
Products oRy Joseph Oumber 310i-ionv BO' K otIT (
Floor > 7.051513ACorn
and family Miss Janett Broun Finishing nt St n.1I/: IK'S '. ,\- ,,; .1- ,It".

and Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Wise CONCRETE PKOOUCTS & Glazing Co., Inc. !MOVERS CARPET otirOf that at Port NW ': 49. ,!is!-* run' of' K ff: 1000'It' Co Ril MRW -.
on
ot Lot 18 K or OrSt Ii
honored Mrs. John Brown
Ho
Tld to \
ARE TilE BEST .
FROMEdward's
MIRRORS Long Distance Moving WALLPAPERTenneyTile In Lawtey 13 of Pt 100' W of Sal.
RR. S 27E 340'.
S AUTO GLASS .,Local Drayage N 374', W 60', B S Par to RIt6H.211'

Building Storage Packing Crating 94', W 60' N S41, ; for Fob ,
( & Paint runt H 81A.74'. N 6M .
NOTICE: OF INTENTION TO
K. '
Inc. Tub Enclosure Showers Shipping W 120 to FOB D. Bailey 13 14K d..p." w 810'. N ,r:' ,

REGISTER FICTITIOUS Supply, Doors Store Front FlUE ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S 1519-Com at SW Par lo RR 31474'. I "", .1.
NAME 2222 N.W. dth St. corofElkiSitRun H 68 flcffrvos S J. ,

7211 s. Maln3724841GADESVILLB : 1319 S. :Main Gainesville Gainesville 378-1302 FOB N lOt then' Ft_ Run fora 21ft' to net- 10 6 23 Samuel A Brown lI.n.0..

otica la hereby given that 376-0931 MOVING 80 Ft N 174 Ft 2141-B 11H5'! of W
I ,. ....." p......" "
provisions of Chapter 20,953, > FLA. II ., .j I W SIb Ft S 174 Ft 408.V of Sk, of 8WU 4 s
& Inc.
I Storage, to FOB In Lawley. of NW'4 S of !ts"H
the undersigned under the I TRAVEL lAssie 1 Canton= Est. .
E of Ry Co Or Rd 15 6 23 t John. D Ducar II.U'
Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941 o/o Joe Uaston!: 12.94 2171-A ,1or
IRON ORNAMENTAL 3340 N..:. Waldo Rd. -Hrg at liE
will register with the Clerk of ELECTRIC MOTORS 1525-1 Lot 100 Ft ... (' of A 2A Trac l ".. ".'.S.i ,I'
Gainesville 372-4271 House of Travel N A S bv 200 Ft t In NW ('''I' of SWl .
the Circuit Court in and for FtSl&WInNWCor of NW4! of N-B!: : .

Bradford County, Florida, upon of: Lot U of 20 Ry InLuwtey Mr. W J Chandler. M\ being. 100 !Si| 18' 23 Thomas Dlscouat Co. 6 45 1vo

receipt of proof of publication ELECTRIC Ornamental Tron MUSIC INC. c/o A T Montgomery; 3174-c. -n* ion w : .
.
of HIS Cor of A J.\ f'.fiw*,, *.tift ).*, t Itv 111Thomas -.k
& of this notice the fictitious 1531-N 160 Ft lot Trai't In MWV4 of
name of Central Bookkeeping Motor Repair Co. Steel StairsFabrication Lipham Music Co. AIRLINES: 2JA In Town .of NW VJof NB'4: 1
Lawtey B of Ry L Anne Hume 10.20 then N looW. ::1
& Employment Service A: Erection, of Oalni-HVllle Shopping Ctr STEAMSHIP! 1549-KK! of W% of ino. '. .s I 100', R loo1) i! '.

under which I am engaged Of Ciulneirvllle,. Inc. Light Structural Steel 872-03.13 K. R. N SIC(! ,.f Lot 3L In to for 16 6 23 Dlscouat Co. 7.61 .

In business. at 118 S. Court Town< 01 Lawtey.. B JU1 fifg tnx' : ofInt '
RepalrlngRewlndlnlrNew : Miscellaneous Iron 110 N. W. 10th AvenueAuthorized << Hotel I Cur'BentaII t of Ry Able Home' Builders of St' Line of ;;: ''A'''a.*. ;'ha.".., -.. 'i. 1;
Street Starke Florida. t* Ino. 3.It : .
and Vied No SUM of NK". W '"
barge For Our Service a 166 Ft of M i ..or x t*> M> i ,-
Mrs.' C. S. (Ruth), Haddock 1553- K/W ot hwy 301
Products Co.
WORK GUAU.VNTKEI; Steel Baldwin Pianos & Organs) Weekdays 8:30: to 5:00: Lot 82 In Town of for Fob run Nly ..;
Route 1, Box 233: Starke Fla, Lawtey of RyBx alone. W R/W S
Guitars Gibson Goya Sat.
9 to 1*, 0.8 Jessie .
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/ Lee Barber 7 51Aline 2H4.S' W Par to s .'!
Hole owner ',Z316 NW 6th St. Gainesville ; 33 S.W.2:1rol: I5I\'
Dated this 4th day of May Feuder Standard ,Ampll/i Gainesville 378-16O1 Cor of Lot 42 be. NKH 118 I' !Sly! ,!. '.
A.D., 1967 at Starke. Bradford Phone 372-8318 I I 872- S81 Inor'' 234* N ft 8 onR 2110', sly 21.7 to '1
County FlorUa. : A asr N ft S on Fob Kx R/W 16 6 S3 S Milton D Carter 34421 ,..

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No. Description All otn( tt! .. Tax*"* ? o. Do CT1IPthia I Amount' oi' Taxes. No. Description Amount of Tax*<* 7ta De.eriptlon AmOUII= 01 T3k441of NbtlCB TO WHOlvi

of land S T )It A OwtW aac d Cent) 01 land S l' ItA\ o.na..r. and Costs of land S T R A Own>r and Coat land 8 T R A Owner and Costs IT MAY CONCERN

4294-1 Sqa In SW a008-AII IIW\4! \ N of LEWIS: I will not M responsible

(Con.tlnd} From PrcketxGhg: } Pare; ) 19.i-=-taut lO oi. BIk Cop NWU of Ex BH Parcel of- NWT,l&: IIW'4 nf It f 22 190 i ) Honc. Dyal 311I." for debt. Incurred by

Bev at 8W SD.I of DowliDS Park J \\or Kersey E"t. '.11 lgf u..i Beaele Ollll St.SS 1I01t-Jf:% et REjt anyone other than myaelf.
la
Co7;;: o? SBU bfNWU 3 -Com "t NWOne' 4191..1\ A Lying N l 83014 NE O"'N& ( sa f 22 80 Hordctf b Pyal lIt.d William J. Law!,, Keystone
N 480' to A of Hwy 801 Heights.
ot 8Wt%, otNW4I nr aou-w .U' Jt NPJtd 2tp 5118
174 B 188' a by Cham .
,
Fob \ Run E s91.- of 1'1114: 8 of
W R/W Or Rd. 11' for POD 11! berg W by Mack, ; II I' 7 b I t AIiermati i 11.011I0ULot"
Jon Rd R/W 174', 1110'. 5 111'. W tOo' N bv McCaelln\ E !'foUr. Of AvpllcBMoa For
VT IBS' to Pob 17 f siaw Jami i Mad 1011 N 112' to POE H d fa Flor..1It'e" Beay.riNprlh by; Hwy 32 t ii Jesle Green Brown 40.08 4.. U Turn Deed

Sweeney, Jr. '.11 19.41 4298-NEU\ Of NWU SID ot .1'1'" nf See IUI.IO .... *j.
Com at IOII-<"om at NW of SBU Ex Par :1% of w4.\ EX i. Notice. l i.. hereby given that
'limo1Alu 8,865060ACorm
81cor of SHU of Cor of SWt, or Sold EX R/W A ; t II f nhr M.. Carl Morton the holder of
:NW B !298.1' NW'4 Run E 11ft' Ex Par Deeo or .t 8MCo. the following certificate has
for Fob N 310'. :S3 for FOR E 'II'. II! Bk 22 Pit: 880 S3 t 21 1 Bertha i Ore Ti! t It.9' of It Nm4 N\ 160'fo" ofNE'A filed. said certificate for 1 las

210', S SlO'. w. 181', W 72', No U99- F.1It. of NW4of \ POD run W to deed to be Issued thereon The
210 to Feb It. 1 13 1 Ern.nt Wllllams 1S.72 lU' for FOB 18 I II Cecil E. Leach .1.31 8E4\ Ex, Par R/W : rertlflcate nUml>Ar. and years. of
SlU-Lo' 8 bl Blk Sold Kx, or 44 Pg 300', E rtRFJUI Line;: Issuance, the dnicrlptlon of the
273-A-.com at REL'or 26 In 01'111' Town 73 33 t 13 4 Bertha Oreen Et 15.71 of Bert II 100 10 I 'i..rlrt and the namesn
of W.% ofNW of 8tarko Minnie D Qulgtey. 23.41 U99.A-Com NB Cor POE being Part follow., wa aliened are a*

run Non E; 3U..A-Lot 4 of Elk of NWU ot SHU Lot 10 I all LM I 17. Certificate Noi. 184. Year
W. s
of
,. I-
NWedo86 3' for 17 tn 01'111' Town W 474'. S: 328', Ely 18,19&20EIk 1 euance 1985.V.lpllon.
pob/ ; N 110'. E of 8ta..k. A Ii# c'arroU 11." 84'. to POB. Cont OOllld Park 8/D 10 f ''II Billy Yarnea EMI.!: II." of Property: Com
3111-1 Ely 100' W Line St
IAt B.nl'! at NW ('or of
110' 9 210', W 110' : HWU of 8WU A
roB 15 .2 .11' that Port Lying S Rd 6-01. N KO de.greee B08R-<"om 3It: Ft Eof run H 210 Ft. E 100 Ft for POB.
Albert .'0227TN'
to TyllOn '
of Blk It K or. Wly NW
In O..lIr Cor nt NE Run S 100 Ft. H 269 Ft N 100 Ft
>io ot 823QofNW Town ..of Starke Line at ltd 60', '"4 of NE\4\ run W 251! Kt. to FOB SEC U T
l
U II 10 Victoria Barnes IS.IO N 546', Bnl e Wly 100', a 50 de- R US Ft for'. POE 8, R-22-B. -

; no 1I't Of Et, B byRR.Wbv degrere W PUB 33 8 23 Jrn!: .t Lemon Et AI 10.37 then run W lOft .. '.. Name In Which assessed Lin-
NE'4 of BW4: Ex Thompson Rt. 41: 4302-Com at NB!: Ft: 8 Ft. E 106Ft nle Tyson et al
Par De.o. In Ex 01'Par BleIS99 Peso In 01' Die 15186 Cor of NW',( ofSBU : N :: POD 30 t f! Vllrnn; j 'POorll't" '.n All of mild. property being In

.1 L Andrew II.H : Run W 420 1I078..A"om ..t 8W the County of Bradford. state
11
ID or .0-211 II Halhy A J.nnl. Ft, S 315 Ft for ('or or NE" of of Flo..ldlUnl."a \.

1314 Ut7-Com at NW mBFt.WIiI 64 Ft. S NE4\ N 7911' ID 746' mien certificate or certlflcatee .
Cop of Call Bay 89 Ft toW for POD B 160'E "' shall. be redeemed accord .
991.E-N 150' of S Ste, run .N 111.1111 R/W of 75', N ko', W 761 1 In* to law the property decrlhnij .
'00' of E 820' ot Pt Will" Jo't N A Ion 1C W d'/O to FOB 10 7 U Feed In such oertlflmte or
W 440' ot NE\4\ ofSW'4 for POE Run N 1 34 Ft. W 118 Product. Co..p. 11.8' certificate) will be sold to the

I' 6 U Jim .14 94.21 tt81Vlr8lVi; .. Ft to FOR 33 t S3 4 L Anne Hume 11.11 S076.n-Com..t 8W highest bidder at the court, nouae,
J291-F-N no' ot 8 77 4351-A-Lot 8 of Elk Coe of NPI'4 or door on the first Monday In
.50' of E 110' of Ely illS Ft to FOR II III W S Studetlll 148.at 13, In Lincoln City NH4: \ N 79S' Ja month of June 1987. which, I.
w 440' Of NID\4\ of9W4 1187'1 Lot Adprott141Pt3 .U.'I-AI..ot' 2 of Emma William t.31 H/I'/ for I.J the 6th day of June, 1187.

11 12 Clara Ma. Allen 1.14 &Wby: Elk 4 South Gate 181))'. FJ PO1s 1110' Dated this 18th day of AprIL
to POTf 1987.
t2U-o-N 150' Of 8 1011 Ft N .. R Replat Arthur B PUre ti.94. W 50' 110" II Modolrri HbmiiConat. ", (SEAL)
E 110' ofw0'ofNE4ot Bounded 44o3-A-Loots 11 il:
300' ot B by Ry Co. nd
\ N by' Duncad of Blk 4 In South .097W" of Elk If Charle' A. Darby
AW4 11 II Harold Cummtnp '.14 Lend W by Ennis Oil Replat Kx': KBk In )(ampto. 10 1 II Clerk nf circuit Court of Brad-
41: EI b" Middleton II' II MreIi\ N Norton 10.81 40' of Lot 13 "' 6116-Nt4 of Lot I Mrs H D May 111.I7of forC: County. Florida.

2tI.H-8 150' of E Albert A Longchamp Bile 1 Wrlghtn. 814 4t 5/2J

220' of W 440' of ISlo-J! Lot 1 of Jr 20.3tM Add 30 7 12 itl..t..rd D May 6.'v;; -
NE4 of 8W'4 11. 13 Jack Cummtnte I.U mil: 10 In L T 41: 4400-Lot t of Blk II 124-t T..ot"\4, Fe8q Notice. Of Application For
2292-NE% of BWtdEx Cos S/D Rosa Lee Oh.ni silo Bo f South late In HE ("or of erne Herd
E 440 Ft 41: Ex, 8316-Got ,2. Cf Elk .rrnll. 0.... >S MSS Dlk 9 Wrlrhte M..... 1".1". F. II.
W HO Ft Ex, R/W 11 1 II 14 John Bnell 18.11 12 In L T Co.U 1I1ii1 ftf 1 21 bowht! W11II.m8 7.111 Notice In. hereby nlven, that
1296-E of NWKof Sit, ivliheim.nla Brook. ...111 4425-Beg at NW Sot Nro Mr. Carl tartan>n, the holder, of
8By4. 11 1 U ao Dan Hank4tion ".IS -Lot I. 4 of BIk Cor ofNaR 4" .II: NW\4\ of SEof the following certificate ha*
229f-S 160' of EY" 13 In X. T .. co. SID Metta Harmon 11,10, : nH180 .II: Ny" of NEt, flied Maid certificate! for a tax

of NE\4\ of SE'4 .It 12 3 Era..t Dell 11.11 84', E 861 60', N SE4\ IS 7 21 tlo 10mory L Brown. 113." deed to be issued thereon. The
IUI-A-EJ!, of NE' lUll-Lot I of Bik15In3.T& 69 48' to W R/W 4194.-.Com nn W certificate number. and yearsof
01 SE'4 Ex;: IA In : COlt of Mt Nwly on 814. of Ry RWon issuance, the description" of
SS: Cor &: Ex 8 SID Melta Harmon '.01 W R/W d'I 18447' toN Net' Line & run the' property, and the" name hiwhich

160' Df > of NID UIt-E U Ft of Lot Lin of SWU: T of N nn R/W 70 'Yde. It was, aeaed are a*
4 of SEoy. 11 .1 15 Cath.rlne D..n. lI.n 4 of BIk 111 41: E1Ft JIEH. W 303./' to :: W 35 Yds. B 70Yds follow:
ofLotl& POB t S3 111nhari'I.fotdrCourt\ 10 Sec LIne Certificate No. 89 Year of I.-

at SE Cor 4 ot Jllk 18 In L 165.lt then. 11) to Beg-T4. uancw 1965.

J355-Corn of SE\4\ of NW T4a T .. Cos SID Mack Column Jr Bet III." 4428 Dee a* A In 8104 ot 8W34 U f II A H 7CPOey. 18.U at ecrlptlon>Inter of N Line of Property&: ELY RWof Com

: run W au Ft N USII-Lot It Cf Elk --Ito' K of NW 1131I1--I..t 81 on Oak SAL RR S PAR to RR 105
110 Ft m 197 Ft N 17 lit N II' of Lot Cor of NttU: of of ("rv.tal Lake for > a 108'I B oh S Line

3211 Ft Ji1 97 Ft1 4 BIk \fi. S 20'r,, NBU of NWU, 8 Homult. Lyn Campbell '.07 BLK rr8h ', N PAR to RR 108'
6011 Ft to POD Ex, of I.ot 4 19 la to Canal H IIUS-Lot 43 on Cy.pre.a W to FOB SEC. 26. T-8-S. R-
.2 : !1 II I G B Bradley, Kre E"t. 16,40 L 1' a Co' SID Elisabeth Given f'.18 216'', N W of Cryalal -S).
23 .10 FIN nU-N 3ft YOt or Lot 171' to 66k N Take Homealte" Mr" Edna': 111 Spar"'' 4.07 Name In which aliened R. W.
tom 8E Cop of 4 of Rlk 18' In L 157.42' of S 617' 13fT-I.t .5 on ey.fi'"l..teJ Moeley, Jr.

run SW\4\W of 1111 aW14 Ft N 110Ft T .. Co. SID Jake Griffin 32.41 of NEU\ of NW'4 33 S 22 t Le.,,'. Kite 115." : ".l..;;. Arnold Q Smith 112.18 the All County of laid of property being In
Bradford State
.
2 .
IU7-FJ 80' of Lot
4470 Com
E 115 rt S 50FI at NE U6I-Lot Sf on Cy of Florida.Unle .
11 II Jo.e9hlne En.ItO" 7.011 of Rile n In LT. OOP of NBU' of .. of CryatalLake
to POE 1 .. Pr. such .
41: CO" SID A. 1' Paul ... NEU .A Run S ..4 ** certificate or certlflcatee
Homelite I
William Frost .
5.076365Lot .
JU8-Lot 9 of Elk I Ft ehall hn redeemed ao*
ofBIk for a FOB Run .
U54-Lot. I. 4
77 & 19 on'
Acr.a cording to law the property described -
iiDBUDDY MId State Hom. U fn X. T 41: W 299 Ft 8 167' Ft Cy re.s. Dt Crystal I in inch. certificate orcertificate
117.00 Coe IitID A 1' Paul 10.01 I B 299 Ft N 12ff Ft I.ake I
Jao. Homesltea John 0 P.tt.r.nll 10.10 will be .old to the
1S65-E" of Elk 2. to FOR If. is 1 Alma Qrlfft 13.31 11361.A-J.ot 81 of
bidder
J33 -Lot 1&3 Elk 8In highest at thecourt houeedoor
L T & CO" 8/D H Ja Robert. lIS." 4508BAn 0n-Dlv
Sunny Acre. .an ) Crystal Lake on the first !Monday In
D Ethel bunt n.n l22off14T..f Blk A */S tnt In W B A Hom..tte. Richard D Carter 8.07 I month of June 1987. which I I. the
ok Coa81D of N',4> of NW\4\ of 5th day of
Zf3a-A-NW\4\ of H E Roberts U.U13:7t 1137I1-Lot S on Palm. Jun. 1987.
Elk ISofRg2W NW'4 34 t 33 Drayton D. Colley 11." of Crystal' 1 Lake Dated. this 18th day of April.
&NE4ofBIk2Sof 4521-B-Begat NW Hamssltes let Mfg Corp nf 1 flH7.
Rge a W ofTemple. : 60 Ft of Lot f. I Cor of 6-A Tract Stuart 11I.119 (SEAL)
1\111I SID 11. 12 Oal.,.,., Industries Elk 53 In LT t. WUII.m.Et In BID Cor. of NKH" 6378-A-R at NW Charle1. A. Darby
.081.10 & Co. SID Fr..k of \ 8 Clerk of Circuit
17S'11I
Ino. Al '..14S3 8BU. ," Cnr Of NW'4 nf Court of Brad-
123.4 Ft. N 17f, W NE' run FI 480. ford County, Florida.

IU7-A-B..s. U' N of 8.S-J; : t.401 and t II.. '. 183.8 to POB 34 t 32 MId ,tat. Home Ino 13.84 for POnt B INI'! W 54| 4t 8/25
SW Cop of :NE4of \ 1 In L 'mall U3." 4583-Com at 8B 10S'. N lOll', E 106'
SW'4, It 100' N T .. Co''. BID Carrie Cor of NlflU! of to FOR see Pet nt I IProp TV THE cinrrnT: COURT OF

100' W 100'. 8 100" lUll-Lot I of BIll: SBU, A: Run W for H<>u.. on FLORIDA, KIOHTH JUDICIAL '
to Beg 11 1 12 Johnnie CO"IDSloD 64,71 H In L T .. Co. 849' on N Bdry of Wrong Land I 8 sa Aft'urlty Mtg invest. 1.15 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD-
BID L Z Baker 1.11I Rd 8 100', N 100', 5371-<"om at A Pt FORI COUNTY.
U50.A-Com .t SE UOJ-Lot" I at Elk W SO", 8 100' to on W Side nt RWon CASH! NO.

.E4 of NW'4 for U In LTA: eo. Rd B on Rd 60' to 1'1 Line of R..o I ETHELIRENE WELLS
W 3611' SID .alll Wl111 IIi ".n POD 34 t 21 People'e National A run A on R/W IIIYd. Plaintiff
POBv'100'N81drrr.e. Fund 62.68 .. W 35 Yd.. N -v..
ot Elk
E HI', 8 3414Lot 11 4540-All SWU of 8. Yb, to 1'1"0' Linethen RAYMOND FOSTER WELLS,
IS In L T 41 CoeAdd
100' 8 81 d.tressw : Bill XId. 61,1'1$458W14 SBU" 8 of Ry Ex, JoJ on See Line JH ail
fit' to POE 11 19 Jennings C Gardner lUll W 634 Ft 34 t S3 84 Roy MoKlnney S.tl to Beg. I 1 II 914 A H rc.hey .11 Defendant.

IU9-Cnm II Lin.Cdtr 4576-Com at SW 58911' ot NW", NOTICH" ttf 'HI'IT' FOR
of Lots t. '
8t of Temples. Cor of NWU of of 8304 a Rag at RAYMOND
I of Blk 13 Being'66PtB&W TO
8/D at Int with E : FOSTER!
NWU Run B 40'to / 830 Cor NW'4of
: by I WELLS. JR.
R/W of RR run Or Rd for POn.Cont 8 E4. ; 199.86 -
Sly: 1110 Ft FOR LOIrtc! :. A Add 8 In ,M Ern.. W Allen Et Al lU.U B 87 ', N 20Der NW Cor ot S4 of You are her -bv hoe .
coot Sly 110 Ft complaint for divorce
W 136.7' to 8 N1(4 of sm\4.\ F.JaO.3' been
Ely UU-Lot 8 1 of R/W of Rd. W to W Side OrRd filed against" you and you are
910 Ftlo.rt"toN; POD 11 II A T Paul 33.01 Bllt 1 in ILVI. & 161.4', to KR/W SPJly on R/W .' required to serve. a copy of your ,.
t.Itthir W. J.okeo; ".01 .
answer
Truby. Add Rd 8 on Ril to SIC. W 172.7'. POB 1 6 13 10 Clyde n..y 16,01 plaint or pleading to the com

3516-Lot i.::: Bik of POB Ex R/W 35 t S3 1.60J Noonen M Bradley, 1If01l-WY" of NE'14Of on RALPH the Plaintiff. attorney
16 In N 8/D Jda May Tyson .11I2IIn IIIIO-E 148 YOt U THOMAS.
10.06
7 of 131k 8 1/1/ Ft of Lot 1 NE" 1 8 12 10 b b .Jr. H..I Hicks 17.711 1931 US. Highway/ 17. Orange
J Marie Jones ...1 41: E 141 FI of Lot 4678-BH of 8WU Sf79-17-Lot 11 of Park, Florida and file the orig
16U-Lot.In Reno 3. 4 8/D of I & E U' Ft of of NWU Ex:, R/W sa. 11 10 Dorothy Steeter ".88 Lakevlew 8/0 Stanley W Davie 7." inal a newer or pleadlnir In the
N2FtofLot3of 4579-WH of NtiI'4ifx U97-LtJot. 4 .II: 5 of office of the Cleric of the Circuit
Elk 1 19 In N Reno
J.altlns 8,642621Lot BIle R In N JJon. BWU of NWU! nile C 1/I0lh Court. Bradford County, Florida
S/D Fhances .. Add Mealy to PfCJcttOl' 111.0 R/W 35 t 12 1 Broward Capp 37.42 Int In Tract: E In nn or before the 29th day of

1 of Elk )11,102861T.ot 3818-W 118 Ft of 4589-SWU of SWUB Bedford: : Oaks Edward t. O".rton BUO May. 1967. Tt you fall to do so.
20 In N Reno 8/D Sally l' *lIl1ard Lot 8 A W 115 Ft of 8t Rd. 100-. Ufl.I-A-N'4 .f Tot JudKinent by default will betaken
6. U of Ex, Ry..A EX R/W against you for the relief
of N4 of tAt 8 of 1 All Lot 2 Hlkn :
:m 1 In Oah.s.n Robert IA. h.d BI" 19 In Temple .. Ex 8UA{, a. DeoDB It 1/20lh Tnt In 'demanded In the complaint.
: A BX DONB! AND ORDERED at
.1 A B.n III.'rI BedfordOak.
155 -Lot 8 of BIk 1 Add Par I'.S: s S 16 I 11 U R': Z Lee 41.704694Beg .lit/"b F 14 Ludwig 95.39 8tarke.. Florida, this 28 day of
In Oahasan 8/0 April 19D7.
Ex R/W Robert lee I.U nil-LoU 6. I. 7 .. of Int of 189.3'N R/W W 11510- -t Lot as Charles, A. Darby
9667-Lot 9 of Elk 9In S of Bik 4 In .7O .44.46 of g"o 01' Bk 18 p. CT.KRIC: OF THIS
1Raw1/W
Gahagan: S/D, Levy tenDon ..ii Alvaro Add Wllllam C Johnson Hwy 100 A. N Do"ala. L Hutcbln. 71.81 CIRCUIT COURT

269 -Lot 18 & 8.S,. 3797-Lots 14 :. 1l! 30871', W 100.71'a U29-LoI. 8 1 of Ryi BeulaH M. Moody-
Of Lot 17 of Elk 3tn 12 of Elk : 8 208 7T, S3 208.71 { 131k ('. 'h Pleasant. Deputy Clerk
U.hall.n 8/0 Wti\l. Orbit u.n a" D..." Dl1 III PO to Bee 35 t S3 8/D Ex W James II bre..den 118.11 RALPH L, THOMAS
1 Pauline Evan: Orlffl 78,424510CCorn '
U23-That Port of 168 A Ex E 10' ID C J Powell E"t 108.11 NB cor .a.-l-I.ot I of Bile Attorney for Plaintiff
Park 5D5110.2Corn '. 1931 U.S. Highway 17
City E In Mt Pleasant I
N 800' on m Bide of WH> of SWU of Orange.
: at NE 8/D Cd.'d r.f C.rnl 71..1 Park Florida
1'1 860' on W ofof NWU Sly on 21 6)4)
4tp B/2B
nf BtI'
Side of NW'4 ofBW Cor W :Line o-f W 11531-I..t ot Elk m Julius E
4 E NE\4\ a Run SWU\ of :NWYf l\rt I'IA..ant. 1:1/0: Hammontre 111.119UU.A.Lou

being hfEor2ro' 12 II 18 Aaron Hoilsy 11.111 100', a 8 POD 15'. W then 110'tor 100' for FOB Wly 4. II, 8, t IN COUNTY JUDOPJ'f!' COURT

8 W ', Its' to B! Side of 1. I. 9, 10. 11. 11. IN AND FOR BRADFORD
18'Ji:: i2'1.foJmS:14 I II 15 B"J Ellln"ton, lUll run N 100 101); ; 0II D" t! II W Alvaro 10." 8t Rd 100-A Sly I'. 14 15, 16. 17. COUNTY, FLORIDA

U51-Lot 9 ot BIkI sir, Ely 191', Nly 18. 19. 10. 21. IB, In rer Estate of
of Nat WilliamsIof .15 I of Elk a '" FOB I' 11 /I.I son Orltfl 16.84 U. If 41: 16 blk EMMA PEARCE HILT. deceased
Jo. Irarmo" un-tAt SID Harlow Prescott 1111.11 4827-EH: of NWU A 41: Lots 4. II, 5, BUTleR TO CHHIIITORM.

2060-Lots 7 41: 10 ofBik 3909-Lot In Plnellav.n II ot mle 1 of *WSWU 7. 8. 9, 10. 11, 11. All creditor of the estate of
: WlI- Crt of BWU Ex:, 1 A U. 14. III, 10. 17. Emma Pearce" Hill deceased are
1 llama 2S/tat:; Maybelle E Roberts U..U & U Butler lam.r '''h tn.e 11'I." on RHId.BoRd: U 19'u'Oof 11 17, hereby notified and required to
/ to Chur A Ex, S A : Elk 14n the': any claim or demand
218I-Lot. It & 19of 1911-1 Lot Beint84'N&Hby110' In BK! Cor of WH / Heplat ot Mt a which. they may have against.
Bik 3 'In NatWilliam.
8/D W1111e :Wolt W.lk.r 111." of BWU) of SWU4t2 1 7 11 5t Luther Orlffl 21.52 Pleasant on Sliver aid estate In the office of th*
E .AW BndNby IA In Lake Roy W Tyr. ".11 County Judge of Bradford Coun
BB Cor
'I7 -Lot 18 ot Elk I.f
S by Lot .
Lot 1.
ty. Florida In the
courthouse
2 In Nat WilliamsSD ".n "by Lot 4 "In ::1e of WH of NWUof 6861-Coin SW Cop ::1'ioI.wV Rtarke. Florida, within six calen* at
Levy Lennon Butler Crl 8/D Newman E Th m" 1'.1. BW U468t 1 7 11t 1 Harold M drlffl dar month
Bt Al 19.tt 41: run W to E] from the date of the
2680-B.e at SWCor atll-W 100' of Lot -\N 83 HA of H./W Hwy It-A N tint. publication of this notice
of N W 4 ofSW I of Dlk II In NWU of NRU, Bx on R R/W 100.8' Each. claim or demand must be
%. .& run E O..kl.. Add Lot 6A /In NE Cur Ha- for P014. N 100.ft' In writingand must stale the
along 1Jf Sec' Line Baler 100' E a W LeCI.lr 21.11 lag 441 Ft N A 8 e 1f8' to Lake 8 \place or residence and poet office
&to Ft for POB, flp 110' N II Jo..ph N *. 4tt Ft n w t IS 17 Mcftlnney 8131 on Leaks to Pt 199' add res* of the claimant and

N 1(10 Ft. JI! 53 Ft 3916CWTof Lot 4<65-Lote I i. 2, 1. 4, Hoy E of Beg. W to ::'n"t"\be sworn to by the claim

8 IdO Ft to 4 8.0Lin. 2 BIk 11 taakLm Mn N B Rosier 11,11 6, 12 A 13. In Pin I Beg IS 'I II Roy W T7r. 1011.80 or It will agent become or void his attorney,
W along '4 Aol4140ACorn Acre Park Ex W 67NETAQ- of to law. according

8e4, Line 60 jo.t to n." NW 100' of Lot 18 C B Boedeoker Est 12 II.It of NEK II I II 11 keystone ."t Corp 40.98 March 20/ 1967.
II Leery Lennon \ of
II IiIW\4
('or of
FOR 4749-Cora: at BW I17U-n-c..m at 81D /''/ W. H. Jones.
II9S--Com at NW tUI'4. 8 119' torPOlJ Cor if r Jill! of HW: Cor ot NE'4 rUn W. H. JONES Co-
: 8 110', W 158' U Of '4 B W 1123.S., NWIf Administrator of the
8W1Jf .. Run E no Poto.1WK: o! r 148."' 'it/W 116.11' for FOR Estate' of Emma Pearce

Ft for a pOB then S8'4 $21 James \It Thomas .1It.1I Hwy 30 Run. 8 100 Ft E 60 i W R/W'860' for"POB WIy Sly ; (' / Clraydon. Jones .
N 100 rt W lie 4155=: Beg ILOC' .. N 100':. W .' SEll' 101' to POD n 1 II Clifford Warden 11).11) ORA YDON JONES. Co-
Pt to FOB II 1 12 10114 IItat. Homes Ino n." ot0SE4 81 Cor 254.S'. S 100' B %> 1117-A-8"1I' 7110' B Administrator. of the
: of : %.. W R/W
of. NN Estate of Emma! Pearc4
Il9t-Com at NW Coot 1:1: oa tit R/W 300 A FOBHax: of NW'4 of NW t.( Hill, deceased +
\ of
Cor of 8W4
of 8W34 41 Run 8 120'. IIJ u.n'If, \ R/W, 7 7 S3 1 T R Conned 19.St 8 U4', 'W UI' tn First publication of May 4, 196T.
UO Ft E : 100 Ft 120' :' 'Jttv toPO1 l7SI--torn: al NW' Ely R/W Or Rd N //. 4tp 8/25
E oSt. Cor 'of ( of on 73'';. 1.99'.
for 100 a Ft POD E 1St Run Ft B II 6 II Th.roa )Boyer 1t.1S awu of E"'i NE" .A E l RW\88{ \ POR -----

N 100 Ft. W 160Ft 4156-Be 26.94' ISof Run B 410 Ft .380S 41: Par De6c" In Dr ,
to POE II 1 11 linnib TrIO" 'Et: AI 14.14 NW 4101' ofBE'4 Ft W 431 Ft Bk 39 l' 325 24 1 It Ke"itone Estate Netlre Of Ap.llrs of BET4!: Run N 335 Ft to POB 7 7 31 Corp 46.T$81'fl.Be / Tax Deed
270b. Com at NW 1 Azalea Restaurant 13S.SO ...
IK4.1W, F, I.
Cnr ot 8W\4\ of 14e B RJW.ot N Y7t9-1'1r.q of 8W T* at NENW4 Notice la
hereby
"..11' given that
of NBU A of r Cor \
8WT6 .. Run BSte 1a4.64'. fins 8H tSly780' W Our
to W Andrews the holder of thefollowing
BBU\ of
HE'410" tt bleto OrlffW 41.B8
Ft E 16' Ft of 8304 11 A certificate has filedaald
for a FOB then w on -I:: 91.44'l0 : .. 4 ...IO.Aorn: at NB 100.Co Rd to E1v NWly RIWnr on certificate fop a tax died

Run N 100 Ft E PUB 2f d b W D.vl. 131.! Cor of tWSSWoyf Ely R/W toII\ to be Issued thereon Th. certificate !. ..n.

W Ito 110 Ft Ft 8 to 100 FOB Ft 11 4 II Marie Jon.. 1t.01UU.l1es u BBCer Run NWU\ W to NW, Line of NTt'4 o 'y. '_ ..... number and yean of I la-
r1.ltZ!: N 44 Cor of Ely 78A NW'4' Ely UIO nuance, the description of the
at NE Coror degree. W ".or for PB W 60', !a!I MIL to FOB II 1 II Joseph A Welch 11I.71 property and the name In

BW'4 WJ,!, of W'u. for POBN" 44.degr4e 100', K 60', :N {100 l19 o-Lot II of Elk which It waa aeieeeed are a. follow
W .71... 10 to. POB 111 In K C Ji1 Unit 1 Key.tons Estate. *:
10 7 11 3.15
& Run B 100 Ft. ., Hwy R/W. Noll' on Mid State Home Ino Corp 1,64 Certificate No. SB. Year of le-
.
W176Ft. N100B R/W 171... II! 4811-1. Lot il48' Sa ? suanc. 1944.Description. .
II W V H.noleraoD 11. U-Lot IfI BIll .
1711 Ft to. pOB II' 84 311.6' 111.15' .In .SW Cor of of :
b L''hdma. BWU\ of NWU ofBWU 11 In K C E Unit 1 R.y.tone Estat.I of Property 1 Lot
17111-1 Lot In BD to Beg E. RIW n t II 1411. Corp 184 11.ln. that PORT lying of BLK
5.15
Cot K',4 of NmrI .UI-Lot. II thl'tJ 10 10 7 11 Rafman Hall 31 In Orlir Town of Starke EX
; 8W'e; B.Inr of Blk IIIn 11 W 4140.-NWU, ot !SHUof 8011-1 rat In 830!! N$95'BNDE&SbyRR: W by

100'N&8. B" 50' II' II xi" elate' Hom.. Jno ,.U 'Uy. BIt .A E'4tof 8KU Tie Ex 8,100'' Cor of NW'4 nt 814' ot lit NII! \% Thompson St. A T>ESC In or BK
E & W whleh a! 01t Co
Magnolia StAd 1'4S lt-188 SEC 28 ;
T-8-S. R-J1-B
27 of-SB4 IA ot II! % ] Ex R/W, D L Thomu .1..1 Or Rd 15 7 13 t T J Alderman 16.78 ".by 110 101 II't Ft HI N .a. Name In which aaaeeeed J. L,.
of 8W% 4$41L5 10O1 of
1.11 U8I-Com 1t BmCjlr W Ex Ji1 10' III .1 12 Andrew
: II' II 3 C A Cram T J Aldet'maa 11,761013Corn '
NWU f BEU ofSEU i
8W 4 ot 814: \ 8 WW All of laid property being In
.
.t 8E
IU..A-Com .t NEI Run N' 01 which lie B the County of Bradford Stateof
Cop of NE'4' fit 5&25 8 1644Ft of Co Or Rd 15 7 11 CKero Cola 1111I NWI4.CtJoI' nt. ran 8wl N<1: 1110 of Florida.

NWS4 Run WI' B 618 rt to Albert A Clark lUG 4870 : 4, or SWUof : Ft for A FOp run Unless. such certificate or certificate .
I
210' to FOB. ConlW FOB ._ : W 330 Ft rf 160Ft shall b* redeemed ac
.197' 244 ./' mU7. .n'-AI1 that Port In BofCl50WfofNW : E 130 Ft, 8 to cording law th* property do-

N IIf.I' to Wallace L Kahn 79.12'l2ePtB.cat Df E..II n of A POD III I II 1 Klnnl. .1on. 8,47 scribed In such certificate or
sa I
POB' n 1 all
Nm4\ ot 8E'i 14trJ % lying N certificate. .. .1b.\ sold to the
Ing 8 8 ef St R<1 200 Cx: 10.S-Be. at rID Coy highest bidder at the courthouse
BElC7o'r Ei : R/W IS 7 31 IS Horace Dyai6.42 ot 810 NE'4run .
Hayti 1'1 Bed'W door on the first Monday
P09.. 119Ft 41: Ea RY'' ttW SW 80', PO' h II 1J:+ lehaes 8,161166Lot hI month of June\ 1/47. which I Ie
4931-AA-Be at '
N SOO', WLY Ufc' '0 $ II' II 1 L H 0"11. u.n eyn the 8th day of June bU.
of
8 ,,800', Ely: IJ- Car" SWU of 1In In"T Dated this 28th day of .L ....
FOB n. SI T1I.,1I VmJ1."VI 41pCoonNWe* Nb 8 NBU.R/W N.of Or 48' Rd.to Ian Beach D wtlfffloft lIP hUIJ. 187.

ISS8-I Lot BeFnr 68'1: Hun a 140 W on S R/W 4611B (SEAL)
1138 A 8 1121. E flO' to R. Kelly Charles A. Darby _
.
of n"Jao e ,
by E A W ftpOB beg SO f 31 I Truby Blade' 1434 '!lax \oll.ctop:: Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford -

Lying A Bern*; In 10 J't W 110 Ft 1.6 8t 1-15 Bradford Conntl' FIR. County FloridaTJlURSDAT.
.
N of BDIQ ,
94 NE 24'Cor Of WS: >. ofNWI4of811:14sit. ii i ii iiaiie wuiiaai 17.Ot j 14 t OpJ'j.B 211n 4t 1 If 'iut a&iltMo 11.44 /lof NWi il :) il 1$ Harry. 6 Lawetar 1'-...j Oht 1/11







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FLORIDA
8&\OF08" romvTV TKLKORAPII' BTARKn : :
PAOE EIGhTEEN ..
propuuurif Wllll Liu? |Jurciiuat: ''I

.. ... ., ,rrr'i1 ; '- HI-WAY CHAPEL their larger engines. What is
I
Commission Invited To Review -.; ASSEMBLY OF GOD perfect lor one boat may not
I be suitable for an Idmitir! il
West Weldon St. and! Rat- for different,
boat used! a purpose.
Proposed 5-Year Road Program I ford Road 16. .

7 m.-L. L. Parker pastor.
p. In general It can be snd:
Plans- for a five-year primary [ Is the one recently proponed by I Sunday Services Sundtuv thut u high/ pitch propollov! In
road-building proi.-om fork'1erb.a ,, Gov. Claude Kirk. A $300 million !- i #& School. 10 a. m. Morning lined for speed or on I a light'$ ,r

;: will be presented to: bond Issue proposed by Worship. 11 a. m. C. A Youth boat. A low pitch propeller IK

county commissioners cf the ex-Governor Ha.vdon Burns Group, 6.> m. EvenIng Worship ,used for power, or on a huuvn "r
Second District at a meeting Inl I was defeated at the polls two 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting boat The only woy tn be imcyour

Luke City on May 23. I I o)ears ago. : 7:30: p m. Thursday.! : boat Is properly propelled -

"The: meeting was announced In his letter to Shuford. Leroy LJuhtsey pastor i Is to check tho engine r, m
In a letter from Harry R. Gonzalez Gonzalez said, "You will be .! with a tachometer. Your marine :
of Jacksonville\ District briefed first on the program' dealer should be able to
n;' Road Member. to Dave I.. which will show maps on all FIRST BAPTIST CHURClk. ,iUIF' R)) BAPTIST I NORTHSIDE ,BAPTIST GRAHAM ,BAPTIST. LONG BRIDGE BAPTISTCHURCH f (dn I, this and at the same tlmr.recommend ,

Bhuford chairman of the road construction no'v sched: STARKE C'UCRCH: CIIVRCII 'CHURCH ,i / a different propulIrr -

Bradford County Commission.The uled. Following the pretentatlon I 1 Sunday Sunday :-6.hool, I < "Sunday!r. School 10 .. ml Sunday School 10 a. m. Je- if it ;is needed.
meeting; will ba held at the meting will be openedfor 9:45: .. m. Morning Worship, Schedule of services: Sunday, Schedule of services: Sunday .! 'Morning, Wowhlp.. 11. a.: ni,I Morning Worship 11 a. m.; If vour boating: rig Ian t gi'IMK --

tlift 3RD office In Lake City at: discussion." 11 a. ::m. ;sermon, 'Never. Man School.and 10 7:30 a.m. Worship Training 111 School, 9:43: a. m. MornIng : and 7' p; tn.-Rev. .Leland A:.1 Evening Worship 8 p. m.: Lets you the kind of porfm .n-
:
830 a. m. Commissioners will At the present time Bradford Spake,Like This Mifl,'*- (John: a.m. 6:30 p.m.- Rev. Jack Worship 10:49: a. m. Baker pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday:: uic' e vou expected start, bv
Union :
leave: from the courthouse in County has onlY' three 7:481.: .. Training Union.. ;1LAresWia Stolte pastor.CHURCH pm.. Training Union. 6:45: p. ,xn. Thursday Visitation. IjOa. 8 p. m. Sing each, Friday at 8 checking: the propeller.: On
SUrke at 8:19.Oonzalez I major road projects under Crusade flnalser'- Mid m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pas- 'Go mailer engines It's not timpoitant ">
7:45.
Evening Service. ,:
the boards; I
said consideration and all of these vice, 7:30: p. m. ? .' tor. I out with medium
were being Invited to review: hive' already been included In Monday -. R. A. meeting., OF GOD week Prayer Service Wednesday NEW RIVER BAPTIST! $" ...:::. ... ,' :-t: '- and high horsepower raoto"-..
Stark ,
"Five Year Program" for budgetfor 422 N. St. Clair St. "," "" : .
the Departments can nitt.i
the Road 6:30.-: Xflble Survey CJiss) 7:45: p. m BROOKER BAPTIST .j!' changing a propeller
highway construction 1967-68. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. )
primary fiscal year 'Y'outJChoir. practice-p. tn.'l'uqsday i big difference.:
Sunday School 10 a. m.
now under consideration. "This One of these Is rebuilding .:.- Sunbeams, Jun* Worship Services 11 a. m. MADISON STREETBAPTIST Morning Worship 11 a. m. 11 : 1JI; /:
Morning Worship
program, will cover all roads. Highway 16 from Its Intersec- lor Choir Practice. S::3(1.. ( .Junior and 7:30: p. m. YPE3. Wednesday CHURCH Training Union 7 p. m. Evening Training Union. 6:30 a. .m.. Services Held
: m.Evening
p.
vi&lch can be constructed from east to the 4:30. 7:30: p. m. Prayer MeetIng Worship. 8 p. m. :>
tion with U. S. 301. Q. A. meeting! ; :
7:30
: WorshiP : 13f f
primary road funds available Clay County line. This will be Wednesday Bible Survey Friday 7:30: p. m.-Rev. 900 W. Madison' St., Highway, Wednesday night service. Prayer Meeting Wednesday ;: } u 4 Ii ThursdayFor

lathe next five years plus theproceeds paid for by primary road, Class .9::30 a. m. Prayer Meeting L. S. Williams pastor. 100 Went.! 7:30: p. m. Everyone; welcome. 7:30.: Vernon N. Williamson ..
from a proposed bond funds. will require an estimt'ed 7:30: m. Church. Choir -1.. L. Parker. pastor. Mr. Adcock
p. : Sunday School: l". 9.4; $ a. m, pastor. .
will LAKE Hamilton
KINGSLET lly Lynn
which together (
iflgue\ expenditure of $70,000 in Practice, :1$. :
make available an amount totaling secondary road funds for rlgh 'fnnrodst. Visitation, 10 ft. BAPTIST CHCttCn Morning Worship. Ha. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST: HEILBRONN BAPTIST IeU ll'r ruor NF.F.UV.U Joseph Ellis Adcock 67. died
1500 million !- Bradford 'runty
In
approximately Monday
of way. m. and 7:30-: p.m.? Youth Choir 5'p.' m. Training FOK TOP PERFORMANCEThe ; :
for statewide use." the Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Sunday: Bible Study 10 Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Hospital after a brief :illne*

board member said. Also budgeted for next yeaf FflthT1iETIIODIST: JI iThICIISTMIKE. Morning Worship, 11 a. jj Union 6:15.: Evening, Service, a. m.; Morning Worship and Morning Worship, 11 a. m- propeller Is our of the 11(' was b"rn on Feb. 1:1.: 1000
rhe bond Issue referred toIylrs. Is rebuilding the so-called HYdrocarbons Training Union 6IS: p. "1.// Communion Service 11 a. sri.PveningseTV'ic Training Union 8:30: p. m. most Important purls of IIP In Colfee County. Ala. und had
: : BUS auditorium 7:30 ,
: mo
p. .
road to primary outboard motor. It In Hlso onrof
.' School Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. .s 8:30.: Evening: Service, 7:30: Mid- resided on U. S. 301. south of
Sunday1 Church ,
specifications at a coot of' 9:45 'a.m. -Morning- Worship, Midweek! Prayer Service, Prayer Meeting omitted thl? ,. Wednesday Worship service week Pnuyer' Service, 7:00p. : the most misunderstood Starke, for more than a year.
$340.000 to be paid for by sec : Supper forMYP Wednesday, '1:3p.(/ m. Rev. I week. t' p. m. Minister Jack P.lien. m. Wednesday. Troy parts. If you have heard about He was a retired farmci.
Robinson 11 Snack
ondary funds obtained through I a.m. Jim Rlgdon. pastor. Come, let I Johnson pastor. things like pitch diameter and
830 MYF. meetings his widow. Dot-!
a bond, issue. ; ; p.m.: I rpm's. but don't quite understand Surviving Is

Services Held The third project Is th' 7.''p.m.. Evening. 'Worship, us worship together. r what It's all about, this lie_.Jane.._....__Adcock............ of U'ft'Starke' ..;. one..B
hard-surfacing of four miles of 8 p.m.Moqday. I, explanation from Evlnrudc u.IugiieLakeland: *?1, vu'Kie jvimie.

... Mrs. Alice Starling Robin. road at Santa cost Fe of $110.000 Lake lit anestimated In meets In Ladles- Prayer, Bible: proup Classroom I 1 1a1'Vmmm I I help engineer answer Bill your Smale questions.should of Dado City: three: James sons.of Shelton.Bush- I

ijon, 64. of Graham died Saturday funds.State's If) a.m. Ctrl Scouts meetIn Pitch 1.4/ the angle at which neB!!: and Burl Adcock. of
Your
May 13. In Gainesville secondary Fellowship Hall, :13 J:U5. An investment in Future .._ the_ ... .>.4 urn. .ntturhful.. '. 4 tn t.hc. Staike: two slsterR.11'H.. Minnie -
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Hospital after an illness) of Cub Scout Pack' Ala..
I Tuesday hUbepredIn.flhe; of Matthews of Samson,
4 everal weeks. Cancer meeting n' Fellowship Halt!; water travel. Theoretically r enl Mrs.! Maths Ward Elba
"
Mrs. Robinson was horn at 7:30: p.m. IUftC.f : propeller with an 1 11 Inch: pit h Ala. Also surviving are ten
,;$elj on Jan. 17. 1003. She had Death Rate Wednesday Prayer Meeting .- will travel! 11 Inches Lhrouhthe (grandchildren and four: Kreat-

been employed at Sunland'X'I'a.lplng :,, 7:30: p.m. FUm*> mmff water every lime It revolves. grandchildren

.! Center In Gainesville Up Four Times Thdraday 'Don 4- bubScouts i In practice, however. Funeral services wore held

lor the past 14 years. meet In 'Fellowship the distance Is less due l>. at 2 p. m. Thursday in the
U Surviving Is her husband. Hull. 3:15.: Chance! Choir: re. I: slippage. Propeller sizes are Church of God at LJuaen Fla.

{Sack Robinson of Graham: Florida's current cancer hoarsftl,. 1:30.BAYLESS: .' designated by two numbers Interment was in the Linden

two. daughters. Mrs. Hazel death of 181.4 per 100.000 I such HS 10 x 11. The first! Cemetery under direction of
Thomas of Hampton? and Mrs. population is almost four time *UGlIWA"I number.. Is l the diameter and DnWut C. Jones Funeral
Catherine Dyal of Graham; a the 1920 rate which was 50.1. BAPTIST cmmcH the'second the pitch. Home.
J. W. StarUng. of A3 a human killer, cancer has 9z 1ahe Qcc4 Lie
-t tcfegon learwater: six brothers. Leroy I risen from eighth place second I Sunday, School, :Jb( e.
and Dudley nines both of on'-y- to heart disease. the State Morning Worship Service, 11a. .. increased more, power In ItKUISTKR: FAMILYANNI'AL :
Jacksonville: Bill Hines of Board of Health reported this/ 'm.!- Training' 'XJAlon, ,,8:30: a needed to move the propeller :' RKL'NIOV; :
I I I ; through the water., This
being
1Wo ll1llP .7:30:
Evening
XdrtRwood; Grank Mines of week. p. m.; JU1 : The 17th Mnntial reunion of
TO THREAD the ease It becomes apparentthat
Micinopy; Robbie Hines of: From 1950 to 19GO Florldn'8'''p.prr;. members of the Register family -
Mceti'Wxf:L :. ':10 the amount of pitch will
:
TUampton, and Wllllard\ Hines I death rate for cancer cf the yer will be held Sunday. May
Q.1' bam: four sisters, Mrs. I lung almost tripled; -from 13 p. m.; G.: A.. Mating.'Rehearsal.Wed., r- A NEEDLE rut he:i a the controlling engine can fietor turn.In Since how 21, nt historic Wuyfure Churchon ;
liottlo White of Castleberry per 100,000 to 38-while cancers 7:30: p. 'm.l .ChOlr" U.S.( Highway( 1ZJ between
''nil outboard 'Ie18Ign,1
engines arc -
;
and intestine Wed., 7:30: .z'. m.; Erother-
J.Ii> Deller Osteen of High 00 the breast Staten.vUle! and! Stockton Ga.
to be operated vvithli
Springs; and Mrs. Irene Wood- showed only a moderaterise. hood .meeting, ''list' ..MondayIn' I needle? The program will begin at
Jard and Mrs. Beatrice La- Malignancies of ine prostate each mon.th,. Rev,, David DidyouvertlireI a II" .,.,<: specific rpm ranges It's venImportant 10 o'clock, with dinner on the

Afonif both of Jacksonville., stomach and uterus have, Me'elros, 'pastor.DEUAJf I .. .Most: everypne has, it 6iJ and longer for best engine performance ''Ifethat ground l at 1 p.m. All membersof

JA.ISO 4 : surviving are five grandchildren remained either fairly stableor BAPTIST:.; .. tBrooker! .]I *: j takes a good eye for the i the propeller, be propel" !, the Register clan are Invited

: and six great: grand Declined. I :.Sunday., ; Bijluol J ,. t ilftim- Z 1 'in'small. Did matched! to the boat and loud I to attend.
has : opening you
children. The gain In lung cancer Mprriing Wors; ) p'H'm.: ti : combination.It ; -
Funeral services were held at bern particularly han for : Vnlng 1 : I c ever try to thread one while .:j
:
Ttaltih.UpJbnirTtH| in' ?.I' also boils down to the' TIlE KIUIIT POiNT for the
3:30: p. m. Monday In Graham males. the board said. becoming I 'm.:-Rev; t g ,t!] fact that there Is such write. Come In antIsplt
,
Sendee p. ; someone else held the needle? : : no uay.J'ou
Baptist Church with Rev. Leland the leading site of cancer ,1" '_______ I

lAcy Convoy D4Or. t t1 J- thing as a standurd prop.-ller. your favorite KHTKRIIROOK ; -
Baker and Rev. Bob Gray In this group. Their mortalityIn .. .. ,. ,, ..: This'1 Is almost impossible. All :. Tint's why outboard manu, fnuntuln. pen. TKLETKLEGR.VPH. -
officiating. Interment. In 1966 va!! almost three times LAURA"' "I 1'1 : ; ;i facturers offer choire nf .
Anttoch The ratefoi' : tlijs.brings! us to the point that. a
in
the family plot 1950.
as high as In SuiidsySChool,' 4:44: 'a. 'm.NfoiriihBXWorsnji I 'J ,
I \ ,
Cemetery near Lacrosse, with females rose little more % r liters that wt mutt do : 1:
art tome thing
\ Sa.Bvenint t
.i H'a .
),: ., : : s
I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home double. In 1950 this site 'j
than cent I .Wprship .7:30':: p., m. ft i? ourtelvet. We can not send someone :,
In charge of arrangements. with 16 per,
charged
$ Florida
was Serving
r'
.
.Meeting Wedne day.1 .
Prayer ; ,
of all male cancer deaths) but ,,. 'i,, else church for us, we can not !
Since 1950;
It had 1111elto 30 per cent.In 7:30: pr.m.--ttex. L thet ,MO- 'i,' ,, I <(!ii I
Rites I
Sundayfor pastor"I ct. have someone else worship the
1966 compared with a rise ,of (Me. ]greeting oervfce Un
I .
.,.. .:.or ; ; '
from 4 to 6 per cent atncjni 4h Lord for UN. These things
Mrs. Sauls (nRInlI.r1. .*! ,I Iw i4 s It., A, .....", w.. .
females. -*** ,.r"w- f,.r****
_Mrs. Pearl Nancy Sauls, 72 The general! age pattern of ,i.oo'tt .M,.. 'a,. ..h.' i l ', .are strictly, on an :""m"":,
Individual basf .
:"widow of the late Arthur F. lung cancer deaths has remained "y.: [8RrA 2231aI'RaloP4tf' '.

Bauls. died Friday. May 12. In much the same since ; Ifll. Beryicea} :' JJLiI\l1.: \ ,) 1.1 ,,. ,, ', ..- ATTEND CHURCH Mrs. Carolyn W6 CordiallyWelcomes
1950. Deaths from this cause School.) 10 RU' SundaMornWt <' 'I _'sr. 14,1
ftlocal_ hospital after a short : Ik q .k 1- Eaves
__ )
/ THIS SUNDAY :
.
.lUness. are uncommon among persons 'Wpr.8hlp..it .;m : I
."' Mrs. Sauls/! was born In under 25 but the rate there- Trusting Union,' 11:10: p.- j jEvenlftff I >/ :diQ: YOU'L L BK: <:;:";:;::;: Representative
with I Ph. 96I-5S11;) You and Your
Siarke on May 3. 1395:: the after Increases rapidly (Service.' '::3&. MidWeek "p. .
1966 34 per cent of I ): _i4r; r- GLAD THAT 122 N. Hay St. family to Your
daughter of the late Archibald age. In .frayer ServtM, Wedn' *.-:: :
,Hand| Fannie Ritch Green. lung cancer deaths was at the' day,': 7:30.: -RT.. Qlena La-,; r YOU DID. Starke New Home
She Wall a member of the First ige of 65 or older.Improvement hon p4otor..Sunday II, Fl 5. f;

.Methodist lived In Starke Church all of and her life.had techniques and increased In diagnostic In- Il'_ LEVEL!: nA rll8or''. \ The State of FloridaIt

.. Surviving are two daughters terest may account for partof .Chunk I h M'l oppolnM", (fincy(.Wt wN;t"ifitfttt' '* kn..M...*Mi.hot \\N'f1t
;Mrs. Fenella Prather of Tem- the increase. the board:, said school,' 19 .. -I 0/mm Mt of Kit diamt... ,lu mwi,tt ratfMrf Ie Hnrton.. "kwtoi...11II lhWr.. fMiNt"" I I.s Our Desire) To Make You "Feel<< 1 Welcome and

nple' City Calif.. and Mre. Lou- adding that the Surgeon Momint\ .'\IIlonb1 U'4<:n- |....n"'n.' In tht,, ton .l 6.d l, M............ It ...!tIp It .., d. Mi .)< .Uo| t-: j To Acquaint You With Your City.If .
!Ice' Renner of Starke; one General's report slating that Pre-e rWs I Booster)Bn<. "' ..... ond ,If..,. "hmbmi wtikh.. .laM. M 4H KM hmltaWr,..1sII. Tlmtfm"' tvni :. :

tep-son. Arthur F. Sauls Jr. cigarette smoking Is related to yoUMC People: kM. < r,"". S ulflili ftlr tl tin, _ihmK"" WffKl. Mw... tank. tM lilt wki W. lilt' ...,... -d. i;! are new in the phone c'
you area a
of Morgan City. La.; a sister. lung cancer outweighs all rither 8et'tlcei. 4 fr. m.. 'rv.11S1'ItI' hlmul! and bh ,fmll/.., ItyMri Hurt. Mmw, mcj tmaii ikmU ephoW *.4 .... l.

.Mrs. Kate Wlmberly end on. factors. The report Mowed W rslIp, 7 p. m}, 'Mid w404ervtoe : In 'Iht (hunk WUUM It ,Mh.Itit. Itvtti$$ ibM.. "IKM'I, IHt, ttafti'" tut. fottyi lilt A call will bring you a prompt visit:
n.I
brother. Lorenzo D. Green that lung cancer occurred 9 to ,Wednesday: ,t:30: P '.'" vinci, oltiu will m Him "fm !I.IM.! a. I AIM.! M. f'1... "' I
both of Starke: two grand- 10 times more frequently m.-IUT. D.' t. 'lUBKet. j Mlor. I c...:: u.. ... I from your local hostess.!' Please! give

.chlldren. and three great among the average male smo- ,.. I :__-.8.a.r- ..._
grandchildren. ''ccr than among non-smokers her a call! She has maps and ma'..y

..Funeral services were held ind that the tendency Increas- BETBKL: 0APTISTSundlJ cavacp I I '

at 2 p. m. Sunday In the First '!d to at least a 20-fold risk < j This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow free and wonderful gifts for you
MothodLst Church with Rev for heavy smokers. School, 10 a. ilD from local l usinesnes.!!

V. J. Ragsdale and Rev. T. O- Morning, Worship.: '11 a. m 1 ing Civic-Minded Business Firms I
Mitchell officiating. Interment Evening Worship. 7110. P. tnPrayer.

: was In the family plot In POINT' for the Meeting. ':SOD. m ,
Crosby Lake Cemetery with TilE RIGHT write. Come. In Wednesday. ;tUV. W." I.. \ FAULKNER BUSHES STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES
JpefWltt> C. Jones Funeral HomeIn the way you NewDl'd\.t\ ,' P a.tor. "
SINCLAIR SERVICE Gthcbighect.
favorite ES- .. .LIERVICE51. ,
charge of arrangements. and select your: .
Inc.
Active pallbearers deceased. were; TERBROOK TELEGRAPH.fountain Pen.I l Aflrtft ..B I'8 :,., \ U-HAUL RENTALS 'Tune-'upm', : ", .\Frake 'Rtjiair. ,
,nephews of the "
J.. Jl'Mtuttnc Are hardwareCeinpiste
BataincIne
,
'Wheel ,,
Truck Trailer --
Sunday :feervhA: .SutidaxSchool. I _' Paint SoppUe ---= -
\ l. tH5"?..,..M.'. 'MMnlnsWorghlpV ) Complete Lubrication Most CompleefJite of .Bait and Sporting Good ,:::-0 -

Brannan's 'll A>'.,,: :.TTfttnlngUnioh Minor : 'and'T ckfeln} : Bradford' 'I' MtjtK %TflI' us FIRST" -. --
Plumbin Tune-ups ? .
.Eveningservice. \ --
8:0: : VP.I! I iUU ; ''II.KAISER -

.:,.. .: <7Jo.; ) *. -Wedneedaj 709 S. Walnut Ph. 961-5899 .263. N.',Temple Ph. 96 J-7331 :219 Washington St. 96"-51f1: .
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: P.: m 7 ; .; ;

C and Supplies I Rev. Leroy Ollre Pat tor. I DOYLE CONNER Edwards Grocery & Lawson Meat Market

CALVARY BAPTIST i Insurance AND COLD STORAGEWe
AgencySA ; Mkt.

Sunday School. lOa. m : Specialize In Custom Slaughter

FAST Service Morning Worship, 11 a.> m I ITrtJtllnC' -V-E *: Oro<
24.Hour.. .- union 8:30: pm With Your Mutual Agent Gas &: Oil Prepared For Deep Frcet .' F
: ..
; Evening Service, 7::30. Prayer PHONE 964-7039
Meeting, Wednesday. 7:30: 222 N. Temple Ph. 961-7369 Ph. 96453124 Starke Fla.

Complete Line Plumbing Supplies I p. m.-Rev. R. H. Butler I :< ALUMINUM'S PATENTED

pastor. II DeWITT C. JONES
Starke 66" Service
CHURCH i1 FUNERAL HOMES: TWlt -RIB
HOPE BAPTIST BILL EDWARDS
WELL DIGGING I
Starke Ph. 96 &1-6200
Illchway 100 at Th.r *u.1
[ OF STARKE INC
Brake Service-Wheel Balance ROOFING AND SIDING
Sunday School 10 a. m. j Keystone Heights -
Morning Worship I. a. m. '' and Alignment UA 301 NORTH
.RHEEM I &WATER HEATERS Training Union-6:30: ( p. m.11 Ph. 473-3176 keeps buildings up to 15 cooler hot
1 Evening Worship 7:1J: 612 N. Temple -Ph. 961-7231 Ph. .96 -7600 ,Starke Fla. > summer sun ,-

p.m. I I II long wide sheets easy to Install

Charley E. Johns : Sinclair Refining Co. Hurst Shell Service a can't rust. warp or rot _.no...
BAPTIST
SEPTIC I TAHKS-MYERS PUMP r I' NEW RIVER Agency \\1. L. Thomas Distributor. fewer joints-tighter roofs
S129.5
. Morning Sunday Worship School., 10 11 ft... m.m. 131 8. Walnut Ph. D04-S070 GASOLINES: KKROSENB CARL HURST We cut tha sheets to fit your building I
and Oremees
Fuel OU
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Serving Keystone Heights, Lake Geneva, Training Union. 6:30: p. m.I .: GENERAL: INSURANCENobody >
: Stark Jh 301 & 100 Ph. 964-6111 FARMER'S MUTUAL EXCHANGE
Walmat.
Melroae Starke I Evening Worship. 7:30: p. mI But Nobody: Undorwll, IOmrl 60S- 8. 1' :
I Prayer Meeting Wednesday R. Joltna Ac..nr. Ph. 9 4-$<4. Stark Fin I !Phone !96) I.7S71
Ph.' 473-3080: 1 VI Mi. North Keystone SR 100 J'I v .. ._ __. .
1 1.7' !> In. -U L. ra-rfcAr, .pastor I II





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