Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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A resolution protesting the state's new four per

cent sales tax on the membership dues of non-profit

organizations was passed by the Board of Governors of Electronic Billing Chamber

the Starke-Bradford .County Chamber of Commerce last I r I k,1, ,

Thursday, April 4. w'

The'measure. passed during article In this Issue on the Sr

the apeclal education session SRD's report]. P J P In Store For City Group

of the Legislature affects civic -Was told by Improvement +
club6; reUgloua and commun- Committee Chairman Bud
City Merrill Edwards machine.An Critical
ity organizations Chamber the Blp r
Mizell that second got the
I go-aheall Monday, electronic computer
Manager Pete Novak told Award has been made to Eu- .
Ni April 8. to ask bids on an.electronic could compute a customer'sutilty
his Board and the measure who
gene Starling of Lawtey
billing machine estimated !-
blll after the
Two state Road Department
had drawn little publicity and
operates a barber shop
to cost between $10,000 present meter readings programmed recommendatIons which would
and had become law before recreation hall.
of it. and 12000. Into It, figure the shorten parking hours on Call
people were aware -Heard County Agent
A ruling handed down Mon Edwards and Auditor Ned usea.ge. sales tax, utility tax, and other downtown streets
George Huggins expound on
Scott are to work up specifications and the total blll It would use have been .
day, April 8, however, states the merits of a second calf is rejected by the Better
that dues paid to civic, fraternal scra.mble.. according to the city'sneeds memory banks and! punch Business and Retail Merchants' ,I
I and submit them for cards to store information
Committee or the
and ,religious clubs and -Was told by Independent
organizations are subject to the Ernest bids as soon as poBBlble. The from previous meter readings StarkeBradford Chamber of
Telephone Manager
The Three Cheer City Council took the action
Clerk Edwards said he
Commerce. 1
4 per cent sales tax only tr Pats that free service between

they provide recreational facilities Starke and Keystone Heights This Is the talented local high school The ,lira' also performed at the an- morning in a special on Scott.s meeting recommen-Monday chine thinks funds for the new ma- The committee last Wednesday I
can come power April 3, turned thumbs
such. as golf tennis went Into effect at 1 a. m trio, The Three Cheers, which won nual Siring Fashlo" Show sponsored da&lon.& plant construction funds. That down
and on recommendations to
boating.swimming yachting Thursday, April 4. first place in the senior divisfln of. the by the Junior .Woman's Club Friday Clerk Edwards has said for solved the problem for the limit one hour parking qn

The ruling cam from state the--Saw cltlzen's a half responsibility hour movie on to talent show at the Bradford County night. (Editor'N Note: They're good several weeks, since the special council members who had Call Street between Court and f

Attorney General Earl Fall'- participate In the upcoming Fair this year. They are (I-r) Kay too!) session of the Florida Legisla- thought a ne wmachlne neces- Cherry Streets and to two f

cloth at the request of the director pl'lmarles. It was Introduced Coltolon, Beverly j\lcRne.. and Della WiIThey won the fair talent show with ture passed a four per cent sary but had questioned hours on Call between Cherry t

of the Florida Revenue by Dr. T. G. Ritch who re- son. all seniors, .,11115. n composition' they originated. sales tural tax on and the electricity.sales of The na- whether It could be fnanced.It and Water and on adjacent
will take 30-45 days after atreets. 1
Commission J. Ed Straulfhn.
minded the members that ,
extra entry for the sales tax
the bid Is let for delivery of Present Imps
Chamber Novak parking aN
Manager "a-overnment la only lIB good
makes the clty's present blUing the new machine, plus at least two hours on Call Street between .
said Wednesday that the organization -
as we make it. or It can be as Free Phone Service Extended machine inadequate for at
although apparently a month's training for the court and Cherry
bad aa we allow It to be. least 30 cent of the
per city
exempt under the ruling operators Scott said. Streets and on Court. Walnut,
wlll continue to protest the 1.8DD utlUty customers. Meanwhile, It will take even and Thompson Streets be-

measure since it expires July Auditor Scott said the new longer than usual to get the tween Jefferson and Madison t

31 and will come up for re- Beginning To Keystone Heights Area machine actually a small utility bills out since a sep- Streeta.

evaluation by the Florida computer, will be able to pro- arate operation Is required on A third recommendation to
the city's utility bills in
Lealslature. cess an adding machine to obtain a request the 8RD to place ap-
>' one day with the proper pre- separate total of the electric
Novak said this was decided propriate parking signs and
Since 7 last Thurs-
Berry a.m. paration, compared to the and readings, then take
In Sarasota this week at the gas repaint parallel parking stalls
meeting ot the state chamber'a day, April 4, telephone subscribers eight days It now takes an four per cent ot that filUre. between Court and Water

executive committee. In Starke and Key- operator to punch out the In other action the Council Streets on Call Street was ac-

Taking action now 18 sort Sales/ .OffDisappointing stone' Heights' have been 1,800 blnl. gave Bubba Wells permission cepted by the Chamber. Com-

ot like clOsing the Rate when ake} tq make:toll-free callsbetwttellthe .. The new' machine win also to erect a fence across an unused -, mittee. ,

-- ....-the horse is"lr a.dy'ut'of( the N wl + :- two towns, according '-post them the bills lIB well ..'makIng city road back of his. The Committee met Jut
l out thus replacing property 11.an easement l.s. ''Week to over the SRI: rec-
barn Novak tolj:! the Board r rv' to Manager Ernest JO
.' volume and both the billing and posting .
first obtained. The ro&.ll-rl.ght- ommendations which were
but he still suggested the resolution Piltz of the Independent
prices prevailed on Bradford machines now used In city
., be adoPted to make the Telephone Co. here: of-we at the corner' ot presented to the Chamber's t
strawberry markets this week hall Posting now'requires that
.i Board of Oov-ernorl Jut
Chamber's views known. as the late-starting season finally Subscribers however will] pay bills be taken to the rear of Thompson nd Weldon Streeta .
It was adopted With only got under way for the extended area service the city hall tea- different crosses the railroad track. Thursday by Committee Chairman
one dissenting vote but only The Bradford Strawberry Cooperative with a am&11,Jnc eaae for local Roy Burnham. The committee's -

after a lengthy discussion: handled the largest service on; their J monthly recommendatlon'awere
The State, needs money: It tabled until the May
volume, reporting 18.388 flats phone bill.Independent. .
might be prohibitive to ex- for the five shipping days, Telephone, according meeting of the Board

empt such or8'anlzatlolUl," Thursday, April 11, through to ,Patz will Increase The SRD study made In
Charles Sawyer noted. He asked v r"r yt" January, was requested last
Tuesday, April 9. Its, rates for Starke, eubscrlb. -
how much money the state The Starke auction reported 'era 30 cents per' mOnth for year by Pete Novak Chamber

would) collect from such a 2,453 flats for the pe.rIO! Apr. residences 'and 50 ,cents for manager, on behalf of the
sales tax but Novak said. no 4-10. at an average price of buslnessea. now defunct Downtown StudY

figures are a.vaUable.. around $3. Wednesday was the Bob Coleman district man- 'tpwA Committee, and Rep 'Eugene

Another member, Buford biggest day on the auction 80 anger for Southern Bell said ShBw.

Mitchell, who cast the one d1.s-' far this season with 650 flats i : residential private lines will 8'0 A request was made then

senting'vote to adoption of selling for an average of $3.02. rJi up 13 cents per month In Keystone for a survey to determine the

the resolution said that persons The price range Wednesday Heights residential two- Y/l11 feasibility of making Call

such as those represented Wall from $2.75 to 315. ulc pattY' and four-party rates lr Street one-way and to have.

0'1 the Chamber Board could Market Manager Bob Allen will Increase 10. cents permonth. angle parking. However enforcement

be'ter afford the tax than said that upon request of buy- Private business rates of the two-tlour

oUNrs. But that statement ers and growers, starting will 75 month .limits has greatly Improved
up cents
go! per
lmmudlately drew a different Monday the auction will begin 111 Keystone Call Street parking
view: at 10 am. Instead of 11 a.m. The SRD study, with checks
Elimination of long distance
"Jus' because you can afford Ben-Star Farms at Lawtey charges between'the two towns made every 15 minutes for

it the hell with that" reported approximately 5,000 ? has been approved by the eight hours (7-11 a. m.. 3-8 p.
one member said. flats sold from April 4 through j m.] found "no deficiency ot
Florida Public Service Cqm-
The board members did 9 at prices ranging from $2.60to I mihsion. ..t parking stalls. within the

agree that the tax 18 unfair $2.80 net to the grower. Both phone companies had This I. the 1931 Chevrolet which crashed Into a car apace hours capacity of available -
Allen described quality as Injuring the legal parking In any of
in principle to Install additional equipment telephone pole andpine\ tree Sunday morning,
the good but said volume and the five blocks under study.A .
.It.s the principle In thler central offices and driver and passenger.
this .
banded prices were disappointing high percentage of vehicles -
thlng--when You are ff1
cable In their exdhaiges
together to do civic work" week. The pre-ElI.ster market 44.1 per cent stayed less
make the toll-free ervlce.
said Carl Hewitt manager of Is usually! strong but berries than 15 minutes the SRD
\ from Mexico, California, and To make calls between the ..saId. The report also indIcated
the duPont plants here.
Louisiana were said to be com- two towns It Is necessary, to
The resolution wall adopted with Ute local output rte? dial all seven digits of the 2 injured; a high turnover of parking
peting since 57.3 cent of the
on a motion by VI'. T. G. per
Ritch. due to the lateness of the season then Norman, left, and Manage Ernest 'ab I'JU'l'k out 'number' being called. spaces were used In a one-

In other action the! Cham- here tlH' new bank 01 truck circuits, bottom, and auxiliary: equipment Theere are 22 truck circuits hour period.
when handle'one'call at
ber Board: Opinions differ 4lS to at top, which make It 11..Hl'ble. tit talk tit Keystone which can Only 17.9 per cent of the
production will hit Its peak the time between Keystone
', --Heard a report from Retail here. Some MY the peak wall heights toll-fn. There are 22 trunk circuits, each of which and Starke. Ten originate In Crash vehicles parked stayed longer

I Merchant'a COmmittee reached this week while others will handle one conversation at the time, between Starke from Independent Telephone than the two-hour limit.
Chairman Roy Burnham on and The busiest block In town.on .
think the heaviest volume Keystone Uf'IA'hh.The exchange In Starke and 13

the state Road Department's will come next week. extended area aervirn, wan cut I. at 1 aJU. last ThurM- from the Southern Ben ex- Two persona were hospital the left aide of SR.18 and Call Street between Court
and Walnut Streets .showed a
study of the possibility of mak- day April ... change In Keystone. Ized early Sunday morning traveled 190 feet before etrlkln available
surplus of 123.3
Call Street one way. (See Since last September. the when their car struck another I the telephone pole The parking hours during the eight

DedicationOf I Demo Independent baa extended
Bradford[ Values area. toll-free. service to two road struck a telephone pole, more before strIking the pine vehicle parking hours was
Confederate Property Keep Up area towns'-" Raiford (the then crashed Into a pine tree, tl'ee. It bounced off the tree, only 93.3 hours (only 1.5 of
Set state prison] aDd Keystone to Patrolman Clark,
Memorial Rally according to.the Starke Police according which exceeded the legal
Heights. Local service now ex.lsta to rest 13 feet from
Depa.rtment. and came
limit 1 with total of 218
By W. T_ Weeks Chapter \With Increases Throughout State betwen StarU, LawteY, Jerry Chesser, 24. Ocala the tree. hours available a

U D C. Bradford County's one and Kingsley Lake, RaIford and and Austin Cary Smith Jr.. 18, The two Injured men were A one-hour parking time

Crosby Lake Cemetery only Democratic Political Rally Keystone Heights.. Starke are In aood'condition thrown from the car and were limit the SRD said would

Sunday April 28 of the current campaign wlll Property In Bradford County "Analysis of county tax rolls"shows In the Bradford County Hospital. found lying between the telephone add to the present surplus.

3:00: P.M.BASEBALL. be held Friday, May 3, starting was assessed'' at $60.DI9.550 / that all 67 counties Easter Sunrise Che8lllr had facial cuts pole and the tree Call Street IS 40 feet wide

: at 1 p. m. at the BHS for the year 1967, an Increa.18of were brought tiP to the full Service and Smith had a,broken arm Chesser Is charged with Just one foot short of the necessary .
Set For .
$5.4 million over 1966 as- property valuation level direc-
athletic rteld. and leg according to City failure to have his vehicle under footage to accomodatea
seasments as Jt kept pace with ted by the Florida Supreme control and causing an
The decision to hold only 6 A.M. Sunday: Patrolman JImmy Clark who one-way traffic and angle
statewide Increases. Court for the first time In
B HS one big rally was reached at Investigated! the accident accident. parkinA' on one aide of the
va. a meeting ot the County De- totaled 1966 assessments Florida history, Comptroller Easter Sunrise Service will along<< with Cpl. Bill Chambers. street the SRD said, but add-

BOLLESThe mocratic Executive Committee 54578591. Dickinson said. be held at 6 a. m. SUnday In Both men were.thrown from Political Rally ed that angle parking and a
For the entire state
In the courthouse Monday property During 1966. four counties-- the FIrst Presbyterian Church, their 1951 Chevrolet, accord- one-way street are not feasible
Public Is Invited night. The meeting was also was assessed at more than. Bay, Marion, Lee and HJIIs- sponsored by the Starke'Min.laterlal Ing to Clark, apparently when And Fish Fry under present conditions. Pac.10ra .

Action Tonight attended by all candidates for UO.6 billion In 1967. an increase borough were delayed from Alliance. It struck the telephone pole. Set For Brooker which must be considered

Under Lights county office who were in- of $4.3 bllllon over 1966. reaching the 100 per cent level The Easter message will be The accident occurred on SR- the SRD said are:

This Space Contributed vited to attend and express. accordinato the office ofState' bv court order. The,other 63 brought bY" ChBrles' Reese, 18 m west Starke as the two The Brooker Softball Team 11 Angle parking Sa not adaptable -

Weekly to Publicize their oplnlona. Comptroller Fred O. counties managed to reach minister of the.FIrst Christian cars rounded a curve at Starke will sponsor a fish fry and to trucks and other

Community Events by It was decided that state Dickinson Jr the full assessment leve1. Church arid special music Elementary School. political rally at the Brooker types of commercial vehicles_

The candidates. would be Invited Clay County property values Property in Dade County wm be provided by the Youth The two vehicles were School Saturday, April 13, 21 The overhang of front
Community went almost $10 million
j to start speaking at 1. and U1) was valued at more than any Choir of the FIrst Baptist traveling west on SR.-18. Chess 13. starting at 5 p. m. fenders and bumpers on many
1966, from $123918,338 .
over going -
I State Bank will be limited to five min- to Union other county In the state in Church. driving the 37 Chevrolet All candidates for county types of motor vehicles creates

Accounts now Insured utes. County candidates are $133,484,588. 1967 Set at more than $8.3 Rev. V. J. 'Ragsdale, pastor started to pus a 1959 Ford. office have been Invited to a serious sidewalk: obstruction
i also showed
t scheduled to start speaking at County property billion last year property In of the FIrst Methodist Church driven by Walter Reagan, 18. speak'startln" at 8 p. m. for pedestrians (11 pedestraln
up to 115,000 b- 8 o'clock, and will be allowed a substantIal increase of over Dade was valued at n.4 billion and president of the Alliance Starke, aDd the two vehicles The charge for the .supper traffic Is heavy

,. Federal' Deposit 1a.sur8nco. 12 million going to $19.816.0'73In In 1966. Property values will conduct the snv1ce. The col11ded. will be $1 for adults. and 500 3J Pavement width, at
f.orT (Continued On Pare Four1't' 1961 from $17.745.507 In pUblic Sa Invited Chesser' Chevrolet went offt for chlldren. e
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."$ Two mU>FOItl> /vrt"NT9 ,.....<)"."'". MT'''.'". t'Li1RIir. _'_THURSDAY,

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L/iCpl. Emmett Akrldge left Mrs. Edna Hart /ts visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs. 'I 1 Joey, Andy Cindy and Lynn :Mr. and Mrs. Donald Firth George Larry Reddls
Sunday, fop "Camp LeJeune, her son..ln-law and'daughter, willegar Jr. will :have! ,an.;week ,Ruth: Rrazier attended Guild I|I Jordan of Lake City spent the I I of St. Louis, Mo. are visiting I "="=U was home for the
N; C. after. 28 days leave at Mr. and Mrs. Ronald'Crlliwtord end guests Byron Terwlllega Weekend In Leesiburg on Saturday ':weekend with their grandparents i Mr. and Mrs. R. E- Firth in encL ..
r... r home. and baby son. In Orange Park of the College -of Charleston" -.an* Sunday.Sherlft '' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law- Starke and Mrs. Ed Filth In ...iss Marla Moore of
air. and Mrs. George Lawson. this week. Also visiting the S. C., Mr. and ,.Mrs. J. H. Tra- ."-, :and Mrs. Ted Katner Keystone Heights this week J will spend Easter weeks
._- and daughters and Miss Anita: Crawfords on Saturday were luck Mrs. W. R. Dyson, and, 9[ Bath; N. Y. were guests of son.Mr.. and< Mrs. D. G. Scott will Drew Reddish of Wilmington" home, .
'r!" I Jaokson of Old Hickory, Term Mrs.-: Edith' CHrbtfanseh' and .WUUam-'Br! Ray Jr, of, San* Sheriff anti-Mrs.. P. D. Reddish I return to Decatur, Qav Friday Dela. !spent! Saturday to Miss Phyllis Haddock
>"11' GLADYS MOOTY were.:Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Ella Moody. ,"= "ford",.and,1M... C.. B. TerwillegaV. + the tint of. the week. I after two weeks visit ,with their Monday with his parents, I High Point College, N. <
Phone ;f"J''tH .;';.... guests of .Mr. and> Mrs. David Mr.{ and Mrs. J. ((3.; Jackson Sr...and.Mrs. Mary Stone: -:-Mre.MISDyal;; : and sister I son-!n-0aw and daughter, Dr, Sheriff .and Mrs. P. D. Red home on ten days spring
'9.r'l6nR, \ .: )\ ? : .. i Montgomery. and. son, Sidney, attended the Nolan' I of St. Petersburg Beach-, Mrs..Charles' G. Latham of Saltt.ik and Mrs.. O. L. Haynea Jr. dish, and attended the National day t
Mr and Mrs. J. M.\ EdwardsJr. funeral of Mr. Jackson's brother Mr, and )!firs Q.:A<-!Jay haVe : City,. Utah, spent last Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steln- I Guard Armory dedication on I Mr. and Mr s. Fred Hafei i
1'. jilts )\M6rgan Richarde,f Tl\V\her ,y ilp' .of:Tuck- and' sons, Tom and Zack, and his wife?JMtajid: : Mrs. had as visitors-during the past yve+ek with' :Mrs. Dyal's daUghter meyer, Mr. and Mrs. F. V Sunday. Mike Reddish of Jack of Jacksonville were Sat If ",
--a t>*ndln ; the Easter week II t r>'Ga. la Thursday .eVenlh,* 'were In ,Shelbyvllle Tcnn.. Sat D. W. Jackson In Lakeland, w els' "bIrl Vallie Cannon of Mrs. J. F. Ellerbee and Herlong. and Mr. and Mrs. sonville also spent the weekr visitors of Mrs. Luclle Da'Mr. I.
with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck guest of Mr. ,and. Mrs. ..-Harry urday Wednesday( attending Ga on Saturday. Mr- and Mrs. Qhlcfland.Mrs. Llnnle Huetoin- family,, '_In Panama Clty.d2t's. Mark Herlong of Jacksonville end with his parents and Mrs. Leo Cham '
and family !In, Falatka. Mooty. ,' ,' the Mercury! Angus Farm, cattle D. W. Joukson, won killed !nan son ot;' r nton. Mr. Lula Use- -, .: W.' B. Dowllng and were Sunday visitors of Mr. Local admittances to Brad were Thursday night su] '
Mr. and Mrs' ;Adam Metater"of Lynwood Walters of Southeastern sale. ',.1 automobile1 accident( last brook 'and Mrs. Myrtle Wolf daughters and Sharon Howell and Mrs. W. F. Herloog. ford County Hospital this week guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'g
St. Petersburg were Wednesday Dr. A. Y. Covington and'THrjf! ,Thursday in Folkaton, Ga. meyer of Gainesville and Mrs. visited :Mrs. Bowling's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Winkler Include: Austin Gary Smith) Thompson in Gainesville.Mr. F
otorafglif gtieefe of !Mr. Wake Forest r'S Is home I Arlcn McKnlght were in Tallahassee I, while enroute to Staifke to visit N. R. Rogers of Orange Park. I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews,I will return today from a Jeff Lee, :: Sandra and Mrs. Jerry Wllliiof
and Mrs. Leon Conner and L. Monday to p _. Monday to Thursday of the'J.. G. Jacksons.. Mr.:and .Mrs Bradford Locke and ,)her' daughter, Margie, In week's Carrlbean cruise which Bennett, MrarAmaodla Burney, Gainesville vJ ted Mr
L, Conner> at Crosby Lake while Karen Patz, Sandra i: Register, last week attending a Family/ I Mf. and Mrs. Robert MyrickI and family! of Tampa were Palatka on Monday. Mr. Winkler .won In a sales Mrs, Golda Martin and ;Mrs. Mrs. T. C. Chaatain on Sum
.* enroute to Washington, D.C. Joyce Denmarlc.-and Martha Planning Conference. ,While. attended the funeral of his weekend guesta (of Mrs. Shellle.Gerle "Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenand I contest for Hotpoint. Florence Conner, all of Starke; David Meldrum of Jack:
(Miss Martha) $: Haynes of Dennis were guests, of Mr. and there Mrs. McKnlght' wn: the I father in Pclham, Ga. on Mon- daughters spent Sunday' Mrs. Nelson] Green and family Richard Touchstone and Mrs. ville was the' weekend guest
Winter Haven was last Friday Mrs. Ole Lauritsen In New Port Wedncadny evening dlnndr 'overnight guest 'aiid wUl be this Richey from Monday Thurs guest of Rev. and M/JI:,.}flo [, with !Mrs. O. H. Gainesville visited Mrs, also visited Dr. and Mrs. Argln Mrs. H. C. Wimberjy of Eagle : Mrs. Louise Rosier and Seaman John' Spengler I
Saturday night guest of her day. Hebert <:.}'''hotnas In Gainesville.'Mr. Carolyn ''Redgrave over the Boggus in Tavares Monday Lake from Wednesday to Saturday Mrs. Luell Tanner of Lawtey: Charleston, S. C. ''wss home!
J. aunt, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Ml. 3 Sue Morris of Hollywood Mr. and Mrs. Marvin'{ Eo11>n-S r and Mrs. H. E. Smithof weekend.., night enroute home. and Mrs. Henry Mootsof Henry McDonald of Raiford; the weekend and he and Jl
while enroute to and. from Is visiting her' mother, hart of Miami will be weekend Wllllaton were visiting Mr. Miss,Carolyn Crocker of Miami Mrs. H. I* Brownlee, and Kissimmee from, Friday to Jerry Chesser of Ocala; John Spengler spent Saturday In I
Washington,. DX! Mrs': B. C. Morris this week. guests of her 'parents; Mrl.'a'nd and Mrs. Marc Jackson over Is visiting her aunt, :Mrs Dr. and Mrs: M. C. Stith of Monday.Mr. Darby of Keystone Heights; Augustine. LMra.
Mrs A. G Loudon. .' the weekend (1 Sue Miles this week. Arlington Va., and H. C. and Mrs. George R, Pow Mrs. Clara Coates of Melrose; H. G. Bellinger was!
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r t ... .. r aRrr. wasc..Rt Stfth and son, Scott, of Hyattaville. ell of Newton N. C. arrived and Dana Weaver of Flora- Peruacola last Wednesday J
rr Md. will arrive Saturdayfor last Wednesday for ten days home. Admitted and discharged: Thursday where ells ahem
r a week's visit with Mr. and visit with Mrs. J. H. Fields., thin week were: Miss Linda the William Carey ColUi
c : Mrs. Jim Chante.en. Mrs. Mrs. Fields also had as Sunday Reagan: David Wainwright, Chorale at Whitfield Bapt
s N Brownlee had been visiting the guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jeffry White David McKinney Church.\ Miss Mary Boiling
Stlths for the p4st three Tanner of Baldwin, and I and Norman Sanders, all participated in the progran)
i {ti months. Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Fields of Starke; Mrs. Leaty Thorn Mr and Mrs. Pat Thornt
r i a lIt I Last Saturday guests of Mr. and family] of Jacksonville. ton of Lawtey; Mrs. Jessie were visiting,Mr, and Mrs It,
i and Mrs. David Montgomerywere Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Willlams.and Michael Driver of ram Thornton In ,Jacksonvili'
Rev. and Mrs. D. F. Mont daughter I Evelyn, spent the Lake Butler. on Saturday. f
gomery Jr. and eons of Orange weekend In Montezuma, Ga Mr. and Mrs, George Qum- Mrs. J. M. Vickers of Brun
Park Rev. and Mrs. Montgomery with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sin ney of Jacksonville were Sun wick Oa. WHS]Sunday overnlgll
I Sr., James Montgomeryand clair for a family reunion. En- day afternoon visitors of MM guest of Dr. and :Mrs. H. li
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tolbert route home Monday they visit- W. S. STade.Mrs. Adams while Mlts Janice Vlcki
of Lake City, and Mrs. George ed Mercer University In Macon W. A. Stern and Mists era was the, guest of Mr. anl
Oldham of Ja aper; Ga Louise Stern attended a pro Mrs. John E. Watson IU ai
MALDN Gold Label Mrs. Janet Harvey of Key- Lt. and Mrs. Kenneth Tyus gram at the Friday :MuUcnla Klngnley Lake. I
atone Heights Is a patient In and family of Pensacola will 'n Jacksonville last Friday three sons of Edison, NJ. were!
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'1 '" Chitty Home Luncheons Given Madison Street Baptist Church hers, Mrs. f. C. Dukes, Mra. -
1 annex. Hostesses were Mrs I Charles:,Darby,. Mies. Lee Bradford County Hospital
kl"( Scene Of Buffet ForMrs.: Holliday, Marie Slemer, Mrs Mona Can- Darby.,:.."Mrs.i Roy Burnham, announce the following births:
Sunday Evening Recent. Bride ova, Mrs. W. E. Lawson, Mra. Mrs. Kenneth T'uqua, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Roy Freeman
::r Oren Derkman, and Mrs. Norman Dolph Reddish, Mra. _Wayne Griffis, Starke, a daughter,
Mrs. Randal F. Chitty and Mrs Arthur Lamar Holltdayk Redding.< I Ketchie, Mrs, R. J, Shannon, April 0. .
children were hosta at an Informal recent bride,hu beery honored The refreshment table was I Mrs. Townsend Strickland, Mrs Mr. and ,Mrs. Kenneth Miles.
GLADYS MOOTY ibuffet at their home on at two delightful luncheons in centered with an arrangement, Betty Register,. .Mrs. Lavon Proctor, Starke, a daughter.
) Phone 9647608 Searing Street, Sunday after- k the'past Week. of spring flowers, andcamel Andrews, Mrs p T. Noltn, Mrs. Lisa Diane. April 7.
I noon and evening, following On Saturday, March 30 Mrs.' lias were used la decorating. Robert Green, Mrs. Eugene
L the rooms. Tanner Mrs:Carl Roberts, Mra. SERVICE SCHEDULE!:
the dedication of the new Ran- O. ; Haynes Jr.. Mrs J. R.
Games were played with Sherrod Hamilton, Mrs. Maxie -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH,
; j .i; dal F. Chitty National Guard Wainwright, and MI'!!. Gene
, Armory. Shaw gave a luncheon for Mrs. prizes awarded to Mrs. H. E. Carter, Jr., Mrs. Charles Bltt- Starke *
Greeting guests at the door' Holliday at the Garden Res- Hugglns and :Mrs. R. O. Dans- lock, Mrs. Vernon Reddish,Mrs. Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m, .
with Mrs. Chitty during the ,taurant. by. W. M. Smith, and Mrs. Philip Thursday Maoa, 8:30: p. m.
appointed hours were Lt. Col. Jtts ,The T-shaped talble held two .The, hostehses presented the Odom. Miraculous Medal Havana" :
0 larry M. Hatcher, Jr., Capt. arrangements of pink and S l'' 4 honoree and her mother, Mrs. Saturday 7, p. m. .
Drew F. Reddish, Benjamin L. white chrysanthemums and< Nell Joyner, with corsages,end Recent Births Confessions:.0. p. m-:and T
'I Moxley, and Charles 'S. Saw- daisies and place cards markedthe they also gave the honoree a p.' m.
I r seating: arrangement for hand mixer as a memento, of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fink Jr. -wr. WILLIAM'SCHURCH.;
yer.The large buffet table was a sk the 25 guests. Among those attending the occasion. of New .Orleans La. announce Keystone Heights
t.t t.. set up in the family room and Miss Struth were Mrs. A. N. Holll- the birth of a daughter, Ellsa Sunday Mas; 9 a..m.
centered with a multicolor ar- day, Mrs., O. I* Haynes Sr., Kick-off Coffee; Ann, on April 8. Mrs., Fink Is Wednesday: Mass and No-
rangement of aweetpeas, jon- Weds Mr. CaseIn and Mrs. Arthur Holliday Sr. Held the former Barbara Yoder, vena. ? p. m.
r quils, and Iris in a silver com Home RitesMiss The hostesses presented the BarwickBrownWedding For Cancer daughter of Mrs. Ella Moodyof -ST. MARYS 'CHURCH..
pote. Silver trays held a variety honoree with a carnation corsage Drive VolunteersA Starke. Itaeclenny.
of assorted foods, fruits, : Victoria Jean Struth, 'and a salad bowl as a PlansMr. Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m.
dips, and sweets. Pouring coffee daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill memento of the occasion Kick-off Cancer Coffee for
] at one end of the table at Struth, became the brideof and Mrs. J. L. Barwlck all of Bradford County Volunteer '
__ appointed times were Mrs. Robert Earl Case, son of The Methodist Women's Sun- of Jacksonville announce the Cancer Drive \Workerswas 'I TO-RENA MOTEL' RESTAURANT
A. Griffin, Mrs. Ruby jschool class luncheon engagement and held
x James Robert Casa and Mrs. Mary day gave a approaching Saturday morning,
Johns, and Mrs. Thomas H. Case of Lake City, on Monday for! Mrs HolUday on Satur- marriage of their daughter April 6, at the- home of the,
-j >, Slade. Serving punch at the op- April 8, at 2 p.m. at the Struth day,April' 6; also at the Garden Brenda Sue, to James Edward Bradford County, CrUsade Chef' Boy-Ar-Lee and Wife, Gypsy
posite end of the table at different residence on N. Walnut StreetIn Restaurant.An I Brown, son of Mr. and ,Mrs. Chairman;; Mrs. :Randal'F.
,J .r } times were Mrs. Chester the presence of the Immedi- arrangement of pastel G. S. Brown of Starke. Chitty, on Searing Street. INVITE YOU ALL TO LUNCH WITH US
'i _y6sf" Hadsock of Lakeland Ga., Mrs.H. ate families and a few close colored spring flowers were Miss! Banwick is a graduateof .Mrs. Nell Rfggs,''FleI4 Representative
n H. Adams, Mrs. Edmond friends.Rev.R.M.Barber of the used .at the head table and Nathan B. Forrest High' for the,American, LUNCHEON SPECIALS
Z rw Tenly, Jr., and Mrs. Frank Southside Baptist Church, Lake place cards. Using .the spring School. Cancer Society from (*.:.Augustine
-. Mitchell. City performed the nuptials.The motif: marked the arrangement Mr. Brown is a graduate of ,qave; out the educational From 95c
4 Assisting serving and car- couple repeated vows In for the 14 guests. Murray State College where he .materials, collection kits, Up
Ing for the out-of-town and local front of the fireplace where The class presented the honoree -'received the Bachelor of Science and instructions to.the Business -
in Italian and Meat
Specializing Spaghetti Balls
r- guests that called betweenthe the mantel held a long arrange- with a white carnation degree. i, Captains
appointed hours of 4 pm, ment of white chrysanthemums corsage and a portable mixeras The wedding will be an eventof The week of April 8 has been Salad Bread and Butter
-- and 9 p.m. were: Mrs. HarryM. gladioli, pompoms, and a memento of the occa'Slon.High' May 9 at the home of the designated for business con I
Hatcher, Jr., Mrs. Charles asters. On both sides of the bride, 5427 IRosedale Lane, tacts, and the week of AprU 19 $1.50
Sawyer Mrs. Carl Roberts, School PTA. Jacksonville.All for the residential drive
fireplace were potted palms.
Mrs B. F. MIzell, 'Mrs. Ervin Mrs. Lex Green, pianist, provided 1. friends and relatives of Assisting Mrs. Chitty with I Featuring: three-quarter I pound choice T-Bone
Andrews, Mrs Gus Kopelousos' nuptial music before and The High School PTA will the couple are Invited to at- the coffee were, Mrs. Pelts G. Steak with plain mushroom, Gravy French Friedor
Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs after the ceremony.The have a program on Vocational tend. J'elos, Mrs. Carl Roberta, ;and
I Thomas Casey, Mrg. Vernon bride, given in marriage Rehabilitation! at their meetIng Mrs. Marion Payne.* > "Z Mashed Potatoes, Salad, and Bread and Butter

Alma Akridge by Miss Cheryl Griffis, Silcox Mrs. Frank Mitchell, bY' her father, was attired tn.an Tuesday, April 10, at 7.30rnflA : Mrs. MaslowskiIs Residential Chairmen* ;,3Vfrq.: $2.50
let, accompanied by Mrs. 6010-1,Mrs Ted Oglesby, Mrs. Ed- egg shell street length knit >. the cafeteria.Branrien Ervin Andrews and ,Mrs; ,!
Weds Mr. Packham Lee. mond Tenly Jr., Mrs. Charles '. A Shower HonoreeMrs. Charles Sawyer announce the\
heath with matching accee- .
'. In Hope ChurchHope Mrs. Eula Mae Crews served Darby, Mrs. Levers Outlaw, orlea and her short veil was' RunionSet following' Area Captains: MrbrHarry : Open .6:30: 'Al\l.-TO 1 P.M. 5 TO I 10 P.M.
her sister as matron of honor! Mrs. James Reddish, Mrs. Bob secured to an egg shell whim-!', Jerry Maslowski, the Mooty, Mrs. James Daily Except. Saturday 6:30: TO 9 A.M.
Baptst Church, of The- and the bridesmaids were Miss Mullins, and Mrs. Jim Char ey. She carried a white Bible I For April 21 former Janet Joyner, was honoied Green, Mrs. David Montgomery,
reasa, was the setting on Sat- Elaine Akridge, also a sister, teen. topped with a nosegay of white'ose I at a bridal shower Tues- Mrs. Norman Ketchie,.. Mrs, /\, FREE COFFEE.. WITH, ALL MEALS
The annual day night, March 26, at the Herb Ileires, Mrs. Bill Cham '
urday evening April 6, for the Miss bottle Sue Kelly, ana< and long satin streamers reunion of the
marriage of Mlsi Alma Ak- Miss Lea Darby Little WomenTo tied' with lilies-of-the-valley. Erunnen., family will be held .
ridge, daughter of Mr.. and William Phillips( ; brotherinlaw Her only ornament was a jeweled Sunday, April 21, at Mt. Zion .w
'Mrs. Broward K, Akridge, of of the groom, was beat Meet MondayThe ;tavalier, and she carried a (Swift Creek) Church near '",
Starke, to Merle L. Packham man. Ushers were Matthew white handmade lace handkerchief Lake., Butler.
Jr., Don of Rev. and Mrs. Merle Packham, brother of the Little Women's !iClub 15, ;. both loaned to her by 'All' 'descendants of Benjamin
Packham, of Thereasa.. groom Randy Johns, and Lew in> will meet Monday April Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr? who and Temprfcs Brannen\ are
Chaff. at 7:30: p.m. In the club house wore them In her wedding. urge4 to' attend and bring a
Cathedral baskets of white MHS< | Marcia\ Kay Crews, and will have as speaker Mrs. Gerald Case attended< his picnic Jun J1, which will be
gladioli, yellow pompoms, and niece of the 'bride, nerved as John Watson. III, who will talk, brother as best man. served at 1 p.m. AU friends :
I greenery were used on either on the adjustment that has to 4F;
flower girl, and Mikell Ak- Miss Kathy Struth served are welcome.orchid l
Bide of the
altar with palms I be made between high .'school{
ridge Wits ring bearer. her. Mater as maid of honor.
and 'branched candelabra, hold- and college. ">f; 'ffi .' ,
ing lighted tapers, used at vantage 't Following. the wedding, a reception Hostesses for the evening She wore a pink linen street
hf'ld'.11l the church
length sheath with matching '
and corsage:
will be Dorlaann Spigl v .
educational building. ,$. R1 ocesRorles, complemented with Mm.Case wore a mint green
I The ceremony was performed Betty Jo Warren. -
The young Couple; will resideon carnation 1 PARADE
Rev. t' a pink ) corsage. costume dresa with matching
by Packham, pastor of
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the church, and father of the Crystal Mrs. Struth chose for her accessories!, 'with which she
bridegroom. A program of RUBBER STAMPS and aughter'a wedding a two piece wore,a yejlow orchid corsage ,I '
nuptial music was presented SIGNS, aU kind Metal or I>jid..- Bradford County Tele- lue..chiffon dress with appli-. A reception was held at the. i
,.Cardboard .-:The Telegraph. graph Ph. 964-0303. A ques'complement,with a pink Struth home:where the bride's
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L/Cpl. Emmett Akrldge left Mrs. Edna. Hart Is visitingher Mr. and Mrs. Clyde<; B. Ter-! Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs.1 Joey, Andy Cindy and Lynn I Mr. and Mra. Donald Firth .George Larry !Reddish of
: Sunday :fop"", 'Camp LcJeune, son-in-law and daughter, willegar Jr. will have as.:week Ruth::: Frazier. attended Guild I IWeekendin Jordan of Lake City spent the of St. Louis Mo. are visiting I .. .U was home for the weekend -
: N.C.; after. 28 days leave at Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Crawford end guests Byron Terwlllegar ) Leestourg- Satur-'. weekend with their grandparents > Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth in .
home. and baby son. In Orange Park of- the College -of Charleston!'day-and Sunday. !' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law- Starke and Mrs. Ed Firth irt ....isa"Maria Moore of FSU
(Mr. and.Mrs. George Lawson. this week. Also VIsIting the S. C., Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tn- "- $herlf(;ahd, Mr.. Ted Katner Keystone Heights this week. will spend Easter weekend at
,. -- and daughters and Miss Anita Crawfords on Saturday were luck, Mrs. W. R. Dyson and pT. B.tth, N. Y.; were guests of I son.Mr.. and Mrs. D. G. Scott will Drew Reddish of Wilmington home.
Jackson of Old Hickory, Tenn. Mr.-> Efftth' Ctf' \ seh and rWUUanv: & ;..B.. Hay. Jr, of Ban* .Sheriff na-Mns. P. D. Reddish return to Decatur, Gar.- Friday Ii ; Dela. pent Saturday to Miss Phyllis Haddock of
>'11' GLADYS MOOTY ." : were'TUe ay and Wednesday Mrs. El-la Moody. .' 'tor.df.: and.Mra .C. B. TerwUle the first of. the week. after two weeks visit with their Monday with his parents, High Point College, N. C. is
of.Mr. and Mrs. David MV. and l Mrs. J.- 0; Jackson Sr..and.Mrs. Steno. : I home on ten days spring noli-
>t: '(.l' guests gar. Mary -MrsLT". D.: Dyal and slater, : son-in-law and daughter ] Sheriff .and Mrs. P. D. Red'
Phone \9 'lfi n :R"\ :;.. : Montgomery.' and. son, Sidney attended the Nolan of St. Petersburg Beach Mrs.. Charles Q. Latham of Salt and 'Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. dish, and attended the National .day.Mr. .
Mr.-And Mrs. J. M. Edwards funeral of Mr. Jackaon's brother Mr, an .. Mr.. .:Morgan: Rlchard! fl, is T'tterk Jb, ; tp of:Tuckryta. Jr. and sons, Tom and Zack.'were'1ii and hIs wife.JMt.: :ajid Mrs.D. had as' visitors' -during the past :'W ek W1't' -Mrs. Dyers daugrhter meyer Mr. .and Mrs. F. Sunday. Mike; Reddish of Jacksonville of Jacksonville were Saturday
pending" the Easter wee14 1 Is Thursday evening .Shelbyville, Tenn. Saturday W. Jackson in Lakeland, week' .Mrs.: Vallia Cannon of Mrs. J. F. Ellerbee and Herlong, and Mr. and Mrs. also spent the weeks visitors of Mrs. LactIc Davis.
with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck guest of Mr. .and Mrs.. ...-Harry to Wednesday/ attendingthe Ga. on aturday. Mr, and Mrs.D. QhlcflaiuU Mrs. LInnie. Huchln- family- Panama City. Mark Herlong of Jacksonvillewere end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Championwere
and family In. Falatka. Mooty. '. Mercury\ Angus Farm cat- W. Jackson, were kUled In son ot-Trenton' Mrs. tula Rlsef ."atra-rrW. B. Dowling and Sunday visitors of Mr. Local admittances to Bradford Thursday night supper
Mr. and MAdam Metnter Lynwood Walters of South- tle sale ,C-1; an automobile' accident last brook and Mrs. Myrtle Wolf' daughters and Sharon Howell and Mrs. W. F. Herlong. County Hospital this week guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don
'of St. Petersburg were Wednesday eastern Baptist Seminary Dr. A. Y. Covlngton and'Mri: )..Thursday In Folkston, Ga. meyer of Gainesville, and Mrs. vlsltej Mrs. Dowling's parents,I Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wink- Include: Austin Cary Smith) ,Thompson, in Gainesville.
otfeWfgWl giiests of Mr. Wake Forest N. C. i.i: home Anon McKnlght were in.Talla! while enroute to Stake to Visit ,. N. R.Rogers of Orange Park. I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews I ler will return today from a Jeff Lee, Merrill Dees, Sandra :Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams
and Mrs. Leon:Conner and L. Monday to Friday. _. hassee Monday to Thuradaj Uisj:: Jacksona. ., Mr.i.ancl: Mra. Bradford Locke anther daughter: Margie in week's Carrlbean Cruise which Bennett. Mrs: Amandla Burney,' of Gainesville visited 'Mr. and
,JU. Conner at Crosby Lake while Karen Patz, Sandra Register, last week attending a FpnUly I ;Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and family of Tampa were Palatka.. Monday. Mr. Winkler won in a sales Mrs., Gold Martin and Mrs. Mrs. T. C. Chastain on Sunday.
.. enroute to Washington, D.C. Joyce Denmark."and Martha Planning Conference.. i WWle\ attended the funeral of his weekend guests of Mra. Shellle.Cerle '!.: Mr, and Mrs. Jim Chasteenand I contest for Hotpoln.t. Florence Conner, all of Starke; David Meld rum of Jackson-
Haven, was last Friday Mrs. Ole Laurltsen in:New Port Wednesday evening dinndr .. Winter of Rev. and > ;ttoIlebert. | with Mrs. O. Mkhmas of Gainesville visited Mrs. H. C. of Rosier and Seaman Joh Spengler otCharlesto.1
overnight fittest 'and' will be this Richey from Monday: to Thurs- guest W1" i i also visited Dr. and Mrs. Argin Mrs. Wlmberjy Eagle ler1; Mrs. Louise home
of her y In Gainesville.Mr. Carolyn -Redgrave over the Boggua in Tavares Monday Lake from Wednesday to Saturday Mrs., Luell Tanner of Lawtey; S. C.'was for
J. Saturday night guest day.MIIt'J Mr. and Mrs. Marvin' Edrri-. and Mrs. H. E. Smith weekend. night enroute home. and Mrs. Henry Moots Henry McDonald of Raiford; the weekend and h'and., Mrs.
of -
Bertha Pearce, Sue Morris Hollywood -
aunt (
while enroute to and from is visiting: her mother hart of Miami will be weekend\ ;' of Willlston were visiting Mr. Miss Carolyn Crocker of Miami Mrs. H. 1... Brownlee and of Kissimmee from Friday to Jerry Chesser of Ocala; John Spengler spent Saturday in St.
Mrs'. E. C. Morris this week. guests of her ''parents) Mr. a'nd and Mrs. Marc Jackson over la visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith of Monday.Mr. Darby of Keystone Heights; Augustine.Mrs. .
-Washington. .,. D.c." Mrs. A. G London. the weekend. j, Sue Miles this week.. Arlington, Va., and H. C. and Mrs. George R, Powell Mrs. Clara Coates of Melrosai! H. G. Bellinger was In
I _m 4" -' ---- w--- Stlth and son, Scott, of Hyatta- of Newton, N. C. arrived and Dana Weaver of Flora- Pensacola last Wednesday and
yule, Md. will arrive Saturdayfor last Wednesday for ten days home. Admitted and discharged Thursday where life) attendedthe
a week's visit with Mr. and visit with Mrs. J. H. Fields. this week were: Miss Linda William Carey College
Mrs. Jim Chasteen. Mrs. Mrs. Fields also had as Sunday Reagan, David Wainwright, Chorale at Whitfield Baptist
:: Brownlee had been visiting the guests Mr. and Mrs. Rob Jeffry White, David McKin- Church. Miss Mary .Bellinger
$ Stlths for the past three ert Tanner of Baldwin, and ney, and Norman Sanders, allOf participated in the program
yi. JD months. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields Starke; Mrs. Leaty Thorn- Mr. and Mrs. Pat Thorntonwere
lIt and of Jacksonville. Jessie visiting Mr. and. Mrs. Hi.
a Last Saturday guests of Mr. family ton of Lawtey; Mrs. !
and Mrs. David Montgomerywere Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Williams and Michael Driver of ram Thornton In' .Jacksonville.
Rev. and Mrs./ K. F. Mont- daughter, Evelyn: spent the Lake Butler. on Saturday.
gomery Jr. and mona of Orange weekend in Montezuma, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. George Qiitn- Mrs. J. M. of Bruns
Park, Rev. and Mrs. Montgomery with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sin- ney of Jacksonville were Sunday wick. Ga. was;Sunday overnight
Sr., James Montgomeryand clair for a family reunion. En- afternoon' visitors of' M"r*'. guest of Dr. and :Mrs. H. H.
route home Monday they visit [Adams while MU a Janice Vick-
Mr. and' Mra. H. L. Tolbertof W. S. Sladn.)
Lake City and Mrs. George ed Mercer University In Macon Mrs. W. A. Stern. and Miss/ ers was the guest of Mr. and
Oldham of Jasper.Mrs. : ; Ga.Lt. Louise Stern attended a program Mrs. John. K. Watson III at
M9NF Gold Label. Janet Harvey of Keystone and Mrs. Kenneth !Tyus at the Friday Muslcalon Klngsley Lake.
Heights is a patient In and family of Pensacola will Jacksonville last Friday three sons of Edison, N.J. were
the Starke Nursing Home. I sppnd the weekend with Mr. morning. Friday to Monday guests offro
and Mrs H. K. Tyua i \ ann Mrs E. G.'Patli.special .
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t Chitty Home Luncheons Given Madison Street Baptist Church bers. Mrs. ..Jl: C. Dukes, Mrs. -

annex. Hostesses were Mrs. Charle.:_:Darby.. Miss. Lee Bradford County Hospital/
r Scene Of Buffet f For Mrs. Holliday, : Marie Sterner Mrs Mona Can- Darby-',-'Mrs., Roy Burnham, announce the following birth:

. Sunday Evening Bride ova, Mrs. W. E. Lawman, Mrs. Mra. *,.Kenneth ''Fuqua, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Freeman
.tII Oren Derkman and Mra. Nor- Dolph Reddish, .Mrs.Wayne Grlffls, .Stark, a daughter,

Mrs Randal F. Chitty and Mrs. Arthur Lamar Holliday man Redding Ketchle, Mra. R. J. Shannon, April 0. .
The refreshment table was Mrs Townsend Strickland, Mra. Mr. and ,Mrs. Kenneth Miles
children were hosts at an In- a recant bride,baa beer.honoredat
,- GLADYS M001'Yi'hone formal ,buffet at their home on two delightful luncheons in centered with an arrangementof 'Betty Register. Mrs Lavon Proctor. Stark, a daughter
I '964.7608 Searing Street, Sunday after- d the'past week. spring flowers, and,camel- Andrews, Mrs P. T. NoUn Mrs. Lisa Diane. April 7.
Has were used in decorating Robert Green, Mrs. Eugene
r. .' noon and evening, followingthe On Saturday, March 30. Mr SERVICE SCHEDULE
the Tanner Mra. Cart Roberts Mrs.
y dedication, of the new Ran- O. L.; Haynes Jr.. Mrs. J. R. rooms.
:;. w'ts' i Games were> played with Sherrod Hamilton, Mrs. MaxIe -sT. EDWARD'Starke CHURCH
I7Ln dal F Chitty National Guard Walnwrlght and Mrs. Gene
prizes awarded to Mrs H. E. Carter, Jr., Mrs.. Charles Bla- *
Armory. Shaw gave a luncheon for MMHolliday .
and Mrs. Dans- lock, Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Mrs. Maw
-s Greeting guests at the door at the Garden Restaurant. Hugglns R. O. Sunday : 9:18: a. m.
Q "'1 with Mrs. Chitty during the by. W. M. Smith and Mrs. Philip Thursday MAM, 6:30: p. m.
1 ": .The hostebaes presented the Odom. Miraculous Medal. Novena:
appointed hours 'were Lt. Col The T-shaped table held two
Harry M. Hatcher. Jr., Capt I arrangements of pink and ., honoree and her mother, Mrs. Saturday. 7 p. m.
I Drew F. Reddish, Benjamin L. white chrysanthemums and Nell Joyner, with corsages,and Recent BirthsMr. .' Confessions-5: p. m,.and, 7

dI.sL 6 Moxley, and Charles S. Saw- .4, daisies and place: cards markedthe they also gave the honoree a 'p. m
I.l hand mixer a memento Gt ST. WILLIMM'SCRURCIL: ;
N seating arrangement for as and Mrs.: C. H. Fink Jr. --
lIt +le:4i yer.The large buffet table was the 25 guesta. Among those attending the .occasion. of New Orleans La., announce. Keystone Heights.

set up In the family room and Miss Struth were Mrs A. N. Holli the birth of a daughter Ellis Sunday Mass: 9,a..m.
centered with a multicolor arrangement day, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr., Kick-off Coffee Ann, .on April 8. Mrs.-FInk lathe Wednesday: Mass and No-
,Itr Weds Mr. CaseIn former Barbara Yoder, Ten*, 7 p. m.
of aweetpeas jon- and Mrs Arthur Holliday Sr. Held For Cancer 'CHURCH
. quils, and iris in a silver com The' hostesses presented the daughter of Mrs Ella Moodyof -ST. MARY'S
Home RitesMiss 3arwick-Brown
'I.t. Uacclenny.
pote. Silver trays held a va- honoree with' a carnation corsage Drive VolunteersA Starke.
Sunday Maw: 11:30: a. m.
t.II. ,t riety of assorted foods, fruits, Victoria Jean Struth, and a salad bowl as a Wedding Plans
dips, and sweets. Pouring coffee memento of the occasion. Kick-off Cancer Coffee for
of Mr. and
Mra. Mer-
, .' at one end of the table at rill Struth Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Barwlckf all of Bradford County Volunteer -
became the bride
'de appointed times were Mrs. ot Robert Earl Case, son of I The Methodist Women's Sun- Jacksonville announce the Cancer D'IVWQr/: ,era I TO-RENAMOTELRESTI\URANT\
: : James A. Griffin, Mrs. Ruby Robert Case and Mrs. Mary day school class gave a luncheon engagement and approaching was held Sa.turday'JDQrnbtg,
It Johns, and Mrs. Thomas H. Case of Lake i for Mrs. Holliday on Satur- marriage of their daughter, April 6, at the home of the .
City on Monday,
'1' : ; 1 Slade. Serving punch at the op- April 8, at 2 p.m. at the Struth day.'April' 6; also at the Garden Brenda Sue, to James Edward Bradford Co un t y. CrUsade Chef Boy-Ar-Lee and Wife, Gypsy
. : posite end of the table at dIfferent residence on N. Walnut Street Restaurant.An Brown, son of Mr. and ,:Mrs Chairman;:: Mrs :Randal F.
' times were Mrs. Chester of G. S. Brown of Starke. Chittyon Searing Street." US
'n.l' ''In the presence of the Immediate arrangement pastel INVITE YOU ALL TO LUNCH WITH
In' @ Hadsock of Lakeland Ga., Mrs.H. families and a few close colored spring flowers were Miss Barwlck la a graduateof Mrs Nell Riggs,'-Field Representative -

_. H. Adams, Mrs. Edmond frIends.Rev.R.M.Barber of the used' at' the head table and Nathan B. Forrest High for the-.American.. LUNCHEON SPECIALS
Tenly, Jr.. and Mrs. Frank outhside Baptist Church, Lake place ,cards. Using -the spring School. Cancer Society from SUguatinejrave -.:"' -
Mitchell. motif: marked the seating arrangement Mr. Brown is a graduate of out the educational -
1It City, performed the nuptials.The From 95c Up
, -:-: F Assisting in serving and caring couple In for the 14 guests. Murray State College where he materials, collection kits. ,
repeated vows
{, ':" 1R for the out-of-town and local The class presented the hon- received the Bachelor of ScI- and instructions to.the Business
front of the fireplace where Specializing in Italian Spaghetti and Meat Balls,
(- :: guests that called betweenthe oree with a white carnatibn ence degree. Captains.The .
,d :: appointed hours of 4 p.m. the mantel held a long arrange- corsage and a portable; mixer The wedding will be an eventof week of April 8 has been Salad, Bread and Butter
ment of white chrysanthemums
Lt : 9 Mrs. Harry occasion. 9 at the home of the designated for business contacts j
; v and p.m. were: gladioli, and as & memento of the May $1.50
M. Hatcher, Jr., Mrs. Charles asters. On both pompoms sides of the j bride, 5427 IRosedale' Lane :and the,week of April 13
Sawyer, Mrs. Carl Roberts, ,Jacksonville. for the residential drive.
ref fIreplace( were potted palms. High School PTA '
f t Mrs. B. F. Mlzell, Mrs. Ervin Mrs. Lex Green, pianist, pro ( .. All friends and relatives of Assisting Mrs. .Chitty with I Featuring threequarter'pound choice T-Bone

Andrews, Mrs. Gus Kopelousos" vided! nuptial music before and The High School PTA will the couple are Invited to at- the: coffee were, Mrs. Pete O.elos I Steak with plain mushroom] Gravy, French Friedor
iRoberts, Mrs. tend. ? Mrs. Carl ROberts, and
George Vernon after the ceremony.The have a program on Vocational Mrs Marlon Payne Y; ,j Mashed\ Potatoes>> Salad and Bread and Butter
Thomas Casey Mra. ,
bride given in marriage Rehabilitation: at their meetIng ,
Alma Akridge by Miss Cheryl GriffU, Soloist Silcox, Mrs. Frank Mitchell by' her father, was attired Inan Tuesday April 16, at 1:30p.m111 : Mrs. MaslowskiIs Residential Chairman, -MJ''I' $2.50
Ed- ErvIn Andrews
accompanied ''by Mrs J. J. Mrs Ted Oglesby Mrs. egg shell street length knit the. cafeteria. and
Weds Jr., Mrs. Charles Shower HonoreeMrs. Charles' Sawyer announce' tltd
Mr. Pack mond "
Lee Tcnly \ .
am heath with matching accessories Open 6:30 'A.M..TO 1 P.M. 5 TO, 10 P.M.
Lavern Outlaw, followIng Area Captains Mrto'
Mrs: Eula Mae Crews served Darby, Mrs. :
and her short veil
In Hope Church her sister as matron of honor, Mrs. James Reddish. Mrs. Bob, secured to an egg shell whim-!!,Brannen RunionSet Jerry Maslowski, the Harry Mooty, Mra. James Daily Except, Saturday 6:30: TO 9 A.M.
Mullins, and Mrs. Jim Chaa- For 21 J former Janet Joyner, was honored Green, Mrs. David Montgomery,
The.and.the bridesmaids! were Miss She carried a white Bible I April
Hope Church sey. .
Baptst of teen. at a bridal shower Tuesday Mrs. Norman Ketchle, Mrs, FREE COFFEE WITH. ALL MEALS
Elaine Akridge, also sister, whIte
a with of
reaaa, was the setting Sat topped a nosegay .
night March 26, at the Herb Herres, Mrs. Bill Cham-
Miss Dottle SUA and The annual reunion of the I F
urday evening. April 6, for the Kelly ones! and long satin streamers
marriage of Miss Alma Ak- Miss Lea Darby. Little WomenTo tied with lilles-of-the-valley. Brann n family will be held ., ..
ridge, daughter of Mr. and William Phinips', brother-in- Her only ornament was a Jeweled Sunday April 21, at Mt. Zion .r7K
'Mrs. Broward E, Akridge, of law of the groom, was best Meet MondayThe ,tavaller, and she carried a (Swift Creek) Church near '
man. Ushers were Matthew white handmade lace handkerchief Lake, Butler.
to Merle L. Packham Club 9
Little Women's
Jr. Packham, brother of the j both loaned to her., b'y :AlJ.descendants" of Benjamin
son of Rev. and Mrs Merle 15,
meet April/
will Monday
Packham: of Thereasa.<< groom, Randy Johns, and Lewis 1 Mrs. 0. L.. Haynes Sr., who and Teraprw Brannen\ are
: at 7:30: p.m. in the club house
to'attend and a
Chaff. urged/ bring
In her
them wedding.
Cathedral baskets of white and will have as speaker Mrs.I Junch, which will be It'i 'r
Miss Marcia Kay Crows, Gerald Case attended his picnic
gladioli, yellow pompoms and niece of the 'bride, served as John Watson III, who will'talH', brother as best man. nerved at 1 ..p.m. All friends
were used on either the, that has to
greenery on adjustment '
flower girl, and Mikell Ak Miss Kathy Struth served are welcome.!!
side of the altar,, with
palms be made between high, ;Jgehool\
ridge was ring bearer. her i ,, sister as maid of honor.3he .
and 'branched 'I '
candelabra, hold- and college. ''. : 'f' "
Following the wedding, a reception linen street
wore a pink :
lighted eveningwill
Ing tapers, used at van- Hostesses for the "
held'in the church
was length, sheath with matching orchid'
tage points. be DorUann Spengley and corsage;
educational building. Warren.fl' .. ecesHortes, complemented with Mrs.Case wore a mint green
The ceremony: was performedtoy Betty Jo PARADEMEN'S
The young qouple; will reside carnation
I a pink corsage.: costume dress with matching
Rev. Paokham, pastor of on Crystal Lake.. Mrs. Struth chose for her accessories- with which she
the church, and father of the ,
bridogroom. A program of RUBBER STAMPS and abghter's wedding a two piece wore, yejlow orchid corsage I I
nuptial music was presented SIGNS, all .kinds. Metal or Pads.- Bradford County Tele j I blue,,chiffon dress with appll-, reception was held at the .
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GAS AND APPLIANCES .: 71&f;;,IUlO six meats, a 'special 'formal showing. Call sons exciting styles:. ''SeleEl''yottri} FROM TO $10

1:.: C., MatUunni, editor mad Eagle's for further: information, nowfor';Easter :

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the hapless Tornadoes 'Saturday Limit l'
Demo RallyIContinued l April 5, In a road game. Values Up I I
; The Bulldogs broke a 'scorelessdeadlock (Continued From Page One]

Day '[ from, Page One] aw in the sixth with [Continued from Page One] pointed out, is critical and I Re-Elect lit

.. ten minutes each. four runs, thenadded:! anotherIn In Jackson, Bay and Holmes even though angle parking
the final frame for
PORTRAIT'SIJECIAL counties led the state In Increased will almost double the parking;
The Committee also decided '
I BUS collected four singles to purchase a public address)I : : :'i. their: effort valuations In 1967. when replacing parallel park-I Art .Hollidayj t
Ph : Jackson valuation ing, it will be necessary
1. system lor use at rallies.,, .. grange! Park turned !the;\ County property k
i t increased 70 move an equal amount of a
County Commissioner Jerome nearly per I
til: (,$ ,4-0: :Ugaln,TUel day. APflp. 1 \:11I .
t Johns said there was a balance -I 3 cent;'Bay, 69 per cent, and parallel parking space on the
tn : The
One8'x 10 Bilverltmefcjg of over'$150 in an old I Il In r I Rajdmf-taking:&: !anpthe;; road' :advantage game. of ..Holmes. 66 per cent. opposite side of the angle County School Board ,

? I:account of the Young Democratic Only showing a decrease parking to provide the addi- "
($7.95 Value. ) -.. : Tornado and tree base tional pavement width IMttrlct 3 County at Large .
Club of'Biadford in valuationswere
County property
'passes, scored ft pair In the
s ,1., + 1 Only QQC One Offer which could be turned over i hlrd and added:! two more In Duval, with a drop of 4J] If angle parking were installed A Vote For Art Hollldity Is A Vote For .
gM"" Ow Per Family to the Committee to apply dn' the sixth inning $79 million; Flagler. with a and Call Street made QUALITY EDUCATION II
this purchase. of $615,543. and'' Indian into a one-way street, a suit-
.i I They collected five hits to drop
L_ Groups $1.00 Extra I, Committee Chairman Guy' l four for the Tornadoes. Wil- River with a drop of $12,3 I necessary able one-way and street at the would present be Your Vote and Support i is Greatly Appreciated

Andrews named Jim Templeand bur Waters had a triple and million.
Monday April 15 Hours 12.6 time the street pattern does
Lavon Andrews to serve Paul McLeod a double for the Total nonexempt or taxable ) pd. pol. adv)
NIPI not present suitable one-way
with him as a committee to locals. property in Florida came to '
IsnoP Work out details of the pur- 'We're hitting the ball solid $28,9 billion In 1967. comparedto pali
114 W. Call Street chase. ,Pf c James Smith ly, but, light at somebody," $25.6 billion In 1966.
< I, J Coach Chuck Mason says Homestead and exempt I
"Our pitching has been lands totaled $11,3 billion in I Vote
,Hampton Youth good. We've allowed only fouror 1967 and $10.5 (billion In 1966.A ForCHARLES

... ... I five hits per ballgame, breakdown of nonexempt
"But and men we
our errors property in Florida In 1967 :
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"..".".". ..." ""_. .. ,I I Killed In Action coming put on in base to with haunt walks us." are shows $23,5 billion for real
'1"< ......-", I I estate; $5.1 billion In personal
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I "Pfc James P Smith 19, was D. L. Rigby property, and $290 million for SAWYER .
killed In action railroads and
Sunday In Saigon telegraph. b
I South Vietnam while on Services Set - .. .,. '"{
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duty with the United States For Saturday .

a \...YY... 3.. 1.. .\ ., 1 1IJt Marines Dempbey L, Rigby Sr. 71.of. 'CIA' t kMW. BRADFORD COUNTY M
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.. I Smith son of Frank and Em- Q
Staike :died early Wednes-
fly Smith of Hampton, cut p'f'f
day in the Bradford County '
down by sniper fire as he was Hospital. 1 c SCHOOL BOARDDISTRICT

'I diers helping South Vietnamese sol '. ,Mr. Rigby -was bOrn' In
erect barricades.
Peach County, Georgia. on ry
I Smith is the sixth local youth t
to be killed in, action in the Jan, 7, 1891. He was a 'Past 3

RALPH BRY AN-( ndidat I I I' was Vietnam 2. Sp/4 the James War last since death Guy Blackshear last reported June 934 past Patron;',Order Worshipful of Starke of '.'Eastern Master Chapter Star No.of, .' ,

He was killed In action March Bradford Lodge P Se A. M., Concerned Parent of Three Children
17 in South Vietnam. and a member of the First d d

; BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSIONER Smith's body will not arrive Baptist Church.
home until sometime next Surviving are one daughter Interested Citizen of our School System
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I DISTRICT 3 week Mrs Mattle Belle Miller, of

i I Funeral arrangements will be Jacksonville and a son, D. L. TIMING YOUR CAR ENGINE BY

.I have taken a stand for the people of this County on numerous announced, in next week's Rigby Jr., of Clearwater; one "EAR" IS A GOOD WAY TO RUIN Experienced Businessman Given to the
edition of The sister, Mrs Pearl Cllett of .ITS PERFORMANCE. The human
: Telegraph.
t occasions,and now: ask that,you stand jwth| me by giving me an opportunity Powervllle, Oa; .two brothers. ear lust isn't sharp enough 'for today's belief that schools MUST be run on
to' .serve as your official representative on :your Board of County Buddy ,Rigby and Owen Rig- quieter, well-insulated en- our

Commissioners. BaseballAction by, both of Macon.Oa; two ...So trust the'factory specifica-

l ,. e.1. believe you need, want, deserve;and are paying for better representation grandsons, and, one great tions. NEVER advance the timing sound business judgment

service and economy than you are presently getting. grunrtohVId/ : beyond factory specifications oryou'lisoon
I believe you want less "politickin and more concerned, organized I Services will be held at 2 find yourself with a
.. costly repair bill. It also pays to DEDICATED CANDIDATE TO SERVE THE
: and impartial "government." p. m Saturday! in the First know that the best way

If you would like to see a new brand of County Commissioner, who Baptist Church, of Starke with, to Insure your car is MOST .IMPORTANT PEOPLE IN OUR COUNTY
Rev W A Hogan
., will always seek the will of the people and will never:, try to rise above Tonight will be In Riverside through tual. Phone State me Farm today Mu-! OUR CHILDREN

them, .humbly ask you to: ', Memorial Park, Jacksonville, '
'l'\I' '
t'It"r' \1'1 i I. There will be Baseball action at 3:30: p. m. Saturday with f
ui:der the lights at Bradford Masonic rites at the graveside .' ))rilr 1 WILLIAMS
"Vote For The Of Our Children
Fdxe' RALPH BRYANand, more important High tonight (LThursday, April Rlveimead Funeral Home of I ,-' Progress
11)) at 7:30 as the Tornadoes. Park will be in chargeof ,. 117
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0 |( : 'L take on Jacksonville Bolles arrangements.CARD y i N. WALNUT Through The Betterment Of Our

vote for The Tornadoes topped Bolles 4 STREET
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BRADFORD County 7-5 in Jacksonville, April 2, OF THANKSWe ,,; ,
but they will be trying get wish to express: our deep iII'4o, ;-
back in the win column on appreciation and heartfelt PHONE :: Charles
s (-poll.adv. home ground tonight after gratitude to friends and II. 964.5391

I taking two straight shut outs neighbors for their many acts STATE FARM
In the past week. The Toi na- I of sympathy and kindness Mutual Automobile Insurance Company
a M does have a 3-7 record while! during our sad bereavement Home Office: Bloomington Illinois I BOARD

Bolles is at 39.Live I The family of SP4| James.GUY ..... .,., '... .' ,- --
VOTE FOR (pd. pol. adv)
For Action I
I L Oak romped 5-0 over! Blackshear. t-" j

AND RE-ELECT Not Promises 4( t

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DAVE I / ,I l'' <' Qgg gg ggd Your "..yete "

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: If:Bradford County is to Continue to Progress ,,I _

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.. I II I ONE COAT Re-election On His RECORDAS

Rood Sound, and Progressive Government : al 0 .

: To Work For All of Bradford County. 1 ''ft* WALL PAINT '
To Work For Better Roads, Bridges and Drainage A c

: To Operate Your County Government on an Economical and Sound "'" skiet' i .. ONE COAT COVERAGE AN OFFICERTO .
: To Let No One Person Control'the\hoard of County CommissionersTo \ ,,, .. DRIES IN 3D MINUTES I !MY FRIENDS I am proud of my efficient !staff; and the 1

Work For New Industry For Bradford County } ; / OUTSTANDING POWER HIDING Tin; ( TIZENS: OF BRADFORD COUNTY: cooperation they Jive me in maintaining a
.. high standard of law enforcement in Bradford -
,anuaa y q, \ County. We
are on call 24 hours
: $ In (> ming; before you as a candidate forreeed'on day and a
wawnu R e'11 PEA as Sheriff of Bradford County are ready to work around the clock,
Mwn to
necessary, give and
Nran+o you yours the
of and
-position great trust responsibility
THIS IS' DAVE SHUFORD tection :you deserve. We are in full co-
: -I repeat my pledge to operate the of-
I operation with all other law enforcement
: Rained in Lawtey I I ss s fice in a progressive* and efficient manner, agencies both locally and statewide "
in view of the fact that is
: Graduated from Bradford County High School 1 e my ni.iintan the' most modern radio facilities!
for the and welfare of
.. A Veteran of World War II I responsible!' safety and other first class equipment to insure

: Member: of the -Langford-Whitc American Legion Post !: each and every citizen in our county. a -ifer! more law-abiding; county for our

.. Owned and Operated His Own Business Successfully for the Past I citizens. This we have done lo the best of

: 20 Years Ii 9Jt' < : Served on the City Council at Lawtey for 12 Years and as Chairman I with a rapidly\ growing county and to prevent ;ask" re-election as jour Sheriff of Bradford

: ,of the Council ]Most of that TimeServing ROLEZEONE any growth in crime by maintaininganalert County.

: as Chairman of Board of County Commissioners: for Second COAT s I and competent team of deputies. :Most of know
you me well. I
Year LATEX HOUSE PAINT I I am a native
and life
long resident of
: His Business!' Experience<< enables Him to Serve You As Your County All of my Deputies have attended the Bradford County;
DURABILITY am former
Commissioner SELF PRIMING ON ALL ti 1: 4)I I Florid Sheriffs' Academy School in Tallahassee tiverofthe Ruth Sapp, also

: He "Is! the Youngest and !Most\ Progressive Candidate: in Group; WOOD SURFACES EXCEPT BARE .t. .4 5 i for one or more periods of training. a father of seven sons.'! County I am ; and am the
I Ir" member of
will continue to train them in modern the Florida Sheriffs
l'f FORTIFIED WITH ALCOA i'' I ''We Association, ud.! now
.: HYORAL 4A YYnuaip I nle th 0 d of I law enforcement and communisernnJ.r as its President; The Nationally

.. -. ?r".Ifl .,, s service Sheriffs Association, The. Florida Peace
For andhWill Be' Reg. dN.m.Ye I : Officers Association, and the Union Primitive I
: A: .Man Who Thinks For Himself Not '.' I -
cuss The low crime rate in Bradford Baptist Church. I am also active in
.... Dictated. To By Any One.{._.Person .. the work of the Florida Sheriffs Boys
I feel, is evidence that our efforts along
Ranch Live
j at Oak. Your kind consideration

: VOTE FOR SUPPORT AND RE-ELECT AME0.ICA'S 1SST this line have been successful and merit of my candidacy for re-election to this of
.. vAWI x00. 7S YEARf 11 your confidence and continued support. five 'will be deeply appreciated.Capable .

DAVE SHUFORD-County Commissioner Dist. 1 1May -- Alert -- Experienced -- Efficient


"',:" < .. 7, c 19C3 t Mary Carter Paints MARK ON YOUR MAY BALLOT 7th For Sheriff -- P. D. REDDISH (X)

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/ APRIL 11,- 1981f, ORAltl1'Onn, onromr, TirgIGtr4rit: tII'UUIJI. PLOe lid. Section Ono11 .iJr f
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:Beverage Charged in the complaintsigned ,
Placed April 5 are William'Starke i ProNational ''i sed As 'Good I MONDAY APRIL IS to enter the Women's League. play are Invited to attend hllt
Against Marlon Bell Jr., Joel Wayne' RECREATION There will be a meeting of Any ,sponsor or group in meeting. '.,
Pour Teenagers Chitty Richard Brenton all women softball team man he'area;tttuf plan to enter a Plans are 'to begin 'Ieagrtd

precht, and Edith Ann t.um.-I NEWS agers and 'representative team'must notify the Recrea- plat on Monday M&7'Bid,

Four teenagers, three boys Each posted a $100 bond set ward; Town' :Monday; night, ,April 14, 'at tion Department and meet en- league opening will W'tprI -
and a girl, have been charged\ 7:30 p m. at the Starke Re- trance: requirements by April I ceeded by a single elemtajt**'
taUi possession of an aJcholK} by County Judge ?;, ,A.'Y itivnfor } '. Garden Come From BehindTo creation Center on Pratt 13. Any woman 16 years of I tourney which will begin:F4-"
leverage by a minor by their appearance in County ->I Ji'Fale; of Starke's, backaroun.d -' pWy n ....ii. Take Pre-Seoaon Tourney Street This date has been and over ipho are not A mem- i day, April 26 All games will bet
stone Heights FHP Key.j Judge's Court on'PWi'Ba'jfApril as "a good zoatlonal'Qua'1'jI ,N Garden Restaurant won six I set as the deadline for a team ber of a team and desires to I played at West Side Park;;
town" and the Import .. .
V. Myer. 1 23. : straight games to win the I i i. '
I ance of Camp Blandlng in the a ,, .a
i double'elimInation Pre-season
f. iMQrlfia' ,National' Guard training '. Men's Slow-Pitch Softball: EXPERIENCED! -- CAPABLE -- QUALIFIED '

To Tell The Truth Costs Maj.' program Gen. Henry: were W.stressed MC by I r Tournament last week. I .
$, $ tiWI Defeated 8-3 by Noegel's In
aU. The Adjutant
I Florida,, ,at dedication l1l1-1 I a ., the opening game and dropped I For A Man of Action
to the losers bracke>
t' Oa\'tlen
I monies of Starke's new $227-.
Only by the TRUTH can the voters tell how 250:) armory Sunday afternoon. rop came back with the pressureon

to vote for the best man to represent them in the A highlight' of the ceiemon-' topped to eliminate Brooker Trlest 18-11\(16-4("and, KEEP
State Senate. t tes.rwaqe unveiling of the edged _
I Noegel's 6-5 In the
name plaque, designating the .
But to Tell the TRUTH costs money. I invite new! faalllty. as the Randal F. semi-finals. Garden had a r'
good night in the finals
YOU to join Ed Peck's TRUTH Crusade! by senJ-,{ Chitty Armory In honor of thefate against Noegel's to win the JEROME 4 :

ing a contribution today to my campaign treasurer:;; Mayor of Starke and r. tourney. --
Sonny Lee, P. O. Box 876, Gainesville, Fla. 32601, Gbnemandei: of the local) An indication thatth .
QtMrdt unit.{ The honor of un-
\ "yvlllng" the plaque was I givento league may see the strongest w
i! Thank you, his widow, Mrs. Joan Chltty yg competition in years > came
I from the pre-season klckiOff) JOHNS' :
and1 her son, Randal Jr., M
tourney. Pour of the teemsappear
Ed Peck assisted by: General McMillan.
capable of holding
I In his welcome to the crowd .
their own while the fifth has .
of 500( who attended the cere- YOUR .
youth and( can develop into a ,
monies, Capt. Richard Jockel.pPe.i .
: (pd. pol. contender. to Re*
lull, commander, said: : .
creation Director Gene Raj**
"Mayor Randal F. ChItty was COUNTY
I II burn It will be the Oardert COMMISSIONER : I ,
a leaded in the campaign for!I
and Noegel's In another battle .
the new' armory. Both as .
I for the top spot while the
I GRAVER'S CLEANING SERVICE Mayor the Starke National, and Guard as a Majorin he other three teams are .definite:! DISTRICT NO. 3 :

contributed many hours of threats Jerome Johns has your interest' Jerome Johns knows your County :

RUGS CARPETS UPHOLSTERY tireless effort to the campaignfor t7r Mayor Carl Hurst tossed and welfare at heart and will (Government Is one of the largest '
out the first ball to the
the new armory." pie-season clash as Brooker work as: he has in the past, longbusinesses in Bradford! County :

GOOD WORK AT LOW : General McMillan expressedhis '.. defeated Trlest 165. and hard for H more progressive! and'' should be conducted in a. :
PRICES to former ,
appreciation ,,1. \ In'the second game Noegcl'swhipped Bradford County. :' : busfness like manner-'taking into :
Congressman D. R. Matthews Jerome Johns

:f Keep This Number former State Senator Charley Mr. Randal 1" t;bitty( ?JftuiKlttl jthltty,,:Jr., 'and'MaJ. Gen "To." 3 saw Owens Garden hand 83.Brooker Game tercut in the workingman* consideration, at all l times, how ..

E Johns, and former ThomasJr. State HenryV.. MrMllluii1' :ph-dnnil at imVeUlnjr of the flume Its first defeat 144. Garden bringing Owens ,Joist of Florida your tax dollar can be :disbursed! :
Representative A. .. eliminated Trlest 10-<& In the to Bradford where' to the best! interest of you tax- .
for their help in securing plii<|iic .rrl..lly ileillriillnic the new KaniltU F. Cl tty National County 52people
Phone Hampton 468-1262 Federal and State funds for( (u std l Armory fourth game. are employed. payers.Jerome :
In game No 5 Noegel's sent .
construction of the new arm- I Owen's to the losers ,bracket,
described as one of the six'offkers'iii Johns/ Has The Experience And
ory I warrant officers first Bradford High Invitational. with a 9-4 win. Garden, In
finest in the State or Nation. and 170 enlisted men. ., Coach Loper invited
I game No. 8 eliminated Brooker
He also credited Gen. HaroldC. '"From this;brief history, it' 35 schools to the event and .6-11, anud went on In game Proven Leadership. To Get The Job Done
: Wall, and Col. T., T. Longas Is"evident that Starke and expects 15 or 16. Every Florida':! No. 7 to eliminate Owens 17-
AZALEASAI.L making an Important con- surrounding areas, for snore Star Conference team will be 4.
tribution to the new facility. Interests And Highlights Of The Past Four Years
than a century have contributed -represented and Green Cove In No. 8, the semi-finals,
is The Starke City Council was their part to the defense Springs has also accepted. Noegel's could have taken the,, 1. DI AINAm
KINDS ALL SIZES thanked for donating the ten- of home and Nation throughan Monday April 22, Bolles and championship and! ended the -
acre tract of land on Edwards active Interest 'In the St. Augustine will be here for tourney and the :team almost i Alligator: Creek has'/ been completed-widened and cleaned out ;

Road as.a site for the new' I Guard" General McMillan a trl-meet. pulled it off. The game was Water Oak Creek( cleared and dug .

structur 'I| said.Among Tuesday Statistics tied 5-5 In the sixth inning'I Gum; Branch is being cleared and dug ;
latchstringNURSERY Gen. McMillan reviewed:the the many high-rank Shot put-1] May ton, BHS when Garden came up with I Sampson Canal is almost completed to Graham
activities of local mHUla.Jdat-; I ing National Guard officers. 43-2 114| ;. 2] Anderson, LC: 31] the winning run to give both''
Ing back to participation in attending the ceremonies was Col the Indian Wars In' the ;tl.rly( Brig Gen. Ralph C. Davis of Discus 1]May ton, BHS, went on in the ninth game to New Agriculture Center has been built-completed and now occupied s
history of Florida. Units tom. Tallahassee. Commander of 143-8; 21 Clemons BHS: 31, score five runs in the third New County' Maintenance Barn has been constructed and now in use ;
HIGHWAY 26 MELROSE here also took part:;v in ;4he! the 53rd Infantry Brigade. Rhoden, SA; 41 Colson, LC. frame and six in the seventh''' New Courthouse construction contract to be let In May
Civil War, and the S :trke Following the company for- Pole Vault-11 1 Belote BHS to win 153.Regular i New County Inspection:;; Station to be constructed in May ;
Dogwood --- Camellias Sego Palms Guardsmen served In ',the mation at 2 p. m., selectionswere I 10-6; 21 Gnann. BHS. 10-6: play opened Tues-
Spanish American war,' t' tnd played by the Bradford 31] Oliver, SA; 41] R. Grins day night with Noegel's meeting -I 3. ROADS-, i
Ligustrum, Etc. World Wars I and IT. High School Band, and the BHS. 10 ft. Brooker and Owen Joist Morgan and Church' Road f

PIIONE 475-5175 "TIlE EGELUNDS" The unit is now deslgrjaitedas invocation was given by Rob- (High Jump.-1} Landry, SA, going against Garden. I Bethel Church road completed .
an Ordnance Com party*, of I ert D. Burch, all persons attending 5-11.; 21 Murphy BHS, 5-10; Schedule I Anderson Jr. High School road completed ...J
VISITORS WELCOME the 53rd Support Battalion,I, the ceremony were Invited 3J] Tlndall SA; 4J] Wade, BHS, 'I Thursday, April 11 Trlest 1 J I Lincoln City, road completed -
and is at full strength TOlth, to tour the new armory 56. --Mo
vs Garden 7:30: Noegel's vs.
Florida road let
j and its ordance facilities. WOMEN'S SOFTBALL! Hydrocarbon I :
.' LEAGUE MEETING Owen Joist 9 p. m. Santa Fe' Lake road contract to be let in September 4 j
Tuesday April 16 -Brookervs !
KOCH DRUG STORE IS FELLED WITH ..gibor ,:'- Most Criminals Broad Jump 11] Landry Owen Jolnst in Brooker 8 J All :315 miles of county roads have been improved ..

", Can Be"-Cured : SA. ,,19-orai; ] cox1. LC:'3J) se- p. m.,"'Trl st vs. Noegel's at I 4. RECREATION= : ;
lote BHS, 17-0 4)] Stevens,
West Side Park: 8 m. ''
:: I Rotarians Told BHS, 16-11. p. Boat rumps have been built on Hampton, Santa Fe', and Crosby : :
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fI! I Ir High Hurdles: 11 LandrySA 4:39.8: ; 21] Scoggins, BHS. I .
,, "Criminals should be cured> 14.9: 21 Onann, BHS, 4:530: : 31 H. Stanch, SA; 41] i I IT IS AN IMPORTANT FACTOR TO YOU THE TAXPAYER TO ;
not caged" was the topic discussed 15.7; 31 Gilder. SA; 41] Wade '
{ I I I I r by Ed Maser, cllnclal BHS, 17.3. Starke's Onann :FrIck, BHS. 11 Lake I I. KNOW AND' REALIZE TilE ABOVE ACCOMPLISHMENTS : :
880-yd. Relay -
psychologist with the Florida had hard luck In both hurdle A .
City, 1:358: ; 21] BHS 1:30.3Smith :
State Prison, at the Rotary events. In the highs he hit a TAXES. :
Be- ,
[ Stevens, Gnann, .
.._ .. 1 Club luncheon meeting Wed hurdle and it cut the back of lotel 31 St.
; AUK.
Jerome John's Progressive Leadership Has Been Proven
nesday. both of his legs./ The plucky I 440-yd. Dash -11] Cox, 1X3. : :

,, .. "' ,. .. I The speaker said that al-, Gnann finished second, bare- 51.8; 21] Fisher SA; 31 Oliver, Your: Trust in Him Has Not Been Misplaced : :
though 77 per cent of Amer-, footed. He won the 180-yd low 41 BHS.
SA Penoyer
leans in a recent poll said that I hurdles but.was disqualified. j 1 180-yd. Low Hurdles 11 J1 i l Your Vole! and Active Support Will De Greatly Appreciated ;: :; i'

INVALID ,AlDj ) : I, the role of the prison is to reform -/ 100-yd. Dash 1)) Belote,! Landry, SA, 22.0: 21] Orldder, ill 1 On May 7, 1968 :
'' L criminals, only about 20 BHS. 10.2; 21] Busby, LC; 31 BA: 3J] Acosta, SA! 41] Murphy.
SICK ROtlMSUPPLIES per cent of prison staffs in White, SA; 41 Pontz, SA. I BHS, 23.8. [BHS's Gnann and 4J (pd. pol. adv.) :

t r = the country are actually engaged Mile! ,Run-1].J Stanch SA. Qrlggs disqualified.] 'I I ..
I / in correctional work.

-j i Eighty per cent are merelyimtnijv 1" ..
i \ tin almost half a
*" WHEEL CHAIRS million inmates In the nation's '

RABBITS *" WALKERS prisons It la ,estimated he sail that only 15 FIn'sTi .WiT BURST' il

a RABRiTS *" CRUTCHES per cent of prison Inmates are / \
dangerous or unreformable,

= 1t I Easter Plush 98cUE *" COMMODES Maser to said cure, and the other It would 85 costless per \ ...

F. 7I *" TRUSS-BRACES cent than to maintain them in \d If\ l, ",! ....: I"..

prison. I IA, J .' .
High Quality Mexican Made *" INCONTINENT The speaker was introducedby .

l PANTS Dr Manual Guerrero, also ..
Easter Baskets 39c ?
'r *" CANES I of the prison staff. ..
3 If 65 BHS Tri Meet ,--" ""'- '- '- ...::... ., :
=: you years or
: .
:;: j FILLED EASTER BASKETS older you are covered I Y .
:: by Medicare. advantage Using! his>and dep'h getting 13 a double goad .., , yr"y s >- .ri1rY

=: 1 We will the Basket '. :
e-up; wins from; veterans Andy May- -
Medicare I may pay 80% t/ '. ..
E of choir, are us* Intliv- .
i your of ton and Bill Belote, Coach .
.the rental or
:: sally wrapped Candlvn. Up purchase Qeorge:: Loper; guided: his Bradford ; .
3la ,. heilth of.aid-your needed Hljh trackman to: victory Ai $1.. t1r / ,
HALF POUND' : ->y seven points Tuesday nightIn

" Chocolate! Cream 35 : KOCH St.a trl-meet Augustine.with Lake Cityt '
Eggs ; -
i M c '4 IS AUTHORIZEDSUPPLIER The Tornadoes were weakened fr Elect ;

"a ,114' FOR I by the absence of 12 Carl Hurst,
9 r! Full Pound solid Flil Chocolate "' MEDICARE SUPPLIES runners line t> spring school \4.% i*
: vacation: but scored: 67 pomM k'r'( successful
tJ EGGS 98c May we help you with I to rate City's 60 and: SC. Aug- /, .

:; 4 your health aid needs: i 9 Ine'.s 53.Mastro. ', 4, who :
'JI-'; / Businessman, '
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1' .. -....." I."' -... ,.. ,it'--oo' ,,..',4." \ respectable! : 43-2 14| feet and -. knows how to :
!:: } r. : the d;s3U3.i: 143-8 to: take both 1 1 ;
events. I i.
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/ Be'a'e'( tur-ei In a very re-|I -. 3, give your tax I :

i BAG JELLY BEANS MARSHMELLOW EGGS i I edge Busby.spoctable:! Lake The 10.2 City's slender 100-yd.speeiy: dash junior Craig to I'I'I \ dollar itsGive :

: quarterback in fie Tornado:! ) best advantage ;
'. FRUIT FILLEDDOOOLATE grid team, a'so win the pole a '
young a
& : cult with ales> of 106. BH'S'I a1 in Law
GGS 10 I 5' loe 1 '"'Pr1 Oninn also leaped 10-6 with t t
RABBITS I, but was second on a greater man aggressive It Enforcement : '

: number of a'tempts: I
Leadership 1
i Lake City took f-'a Tornadoes 1, ;
Easter Grass Easter EggBye{! Easter Cards in all three relays but
I l/iper's boys hung In second, ability ;
n'are every time and the i \
I I I II II a chance! ....
depth gave th m the edge.
-- Filled With Care at KOCH'S DRUG STORE I
: Your Prescription Will Be I Today the Tornadoes will best "
Fresh, Potent Drugs At A Reasnnable Price. Filled by Fla. Registered Jacksonville Beach for the j
Pharmacist. At Koch's "Your Health fa Our :Main:\ Concern. May We I Fletcher Invitational. Next ELECT

Fill Your Next Prescription? I Tuesday April 16. they will I
Open Daily 8 A. M. 7 P. M. Sunday 10 A. M. 12 Noon meet Palatka and St. Augustine -
here In another trl-meet.. !

KOCH DRUG STORE :PRONE:: -:7 Y I, Biggest new meet track of the la set year next forStarke's v CARL HURST SHERIFFTIlVitSDAV. I

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----- ---- NB"i' of SU'fl "f Her. 34. T OS afoiitHald. North line of'5 acre InRreu.--and sense frurponestlio his wife-. unit the docket number (' ) llohba:',.da ,la Attoinoya Parts. WhlKham fur Plain. ;
u' $2l1l1DlTSqndSet; It UK dvKtillii-il I In Dud Hunk tract fnr 12:1.0: foil to IIn Iron: along6. Kaatorly), Stile of the) of nhluli" la if7.Wltnean CHARL.K1:!' I. DARBY & Oonsxlee, 735 IS Konnudy Blvd Tainu. I ]
A 71. fags H.1;\ and -14. ,11110111, |lllb-. I llioiii. North along aforesaid' Bouth ISO. 'ft. otv.th abll'Ve de my ,hand and'the of\ Clerk Circuit Court ill illlIff. ,t
tic ,records, of Bradford' County. A\e..t line of C\ acre tract for prlbfKl,, .tractpUeiaht 1 riolal seal rtf said Court>> ., this } By Beulah' M. Moody |> Fla. t:
Tuesday Klolldu. mill run KiiHt; along\ tin. 'IBU ft. to an Iron and 1'. O: B. ,;"16 the, Finn' I Decree I day of March, 1116'' .' Deputy Clerk It 4/lL
North" llnu "f tifoluHuld' 0 nrre Cuntnlna' I aero more or lesat; '..r. Poretloiiur: enteric In case
: erwillegar : tract for 1210 feat to nn Iron: thin above described parcel,' of pendlnr' mid Court, the styleof
for Mrs. Thomas the nrc South and \pariilliil to the land. I I.* locatod In NISU of ant which 'In* .
West line. of ufonHHld li acre of HIM84."" ; T D 8, n 82n' Bradford 'hlld.Htatd'tfo4lreie l Ino. a Florida j j.j
; tract for me feet to un Iron ; County, Flc ride There la a Corporation, Plaintiff! v. Willie ,
Bail was set at $20,000 Tues throes, \\i-Kt and parallel. to the to ft, Mtrlp.of. .land ro...-rd. ..for Ouster !and LpaQ1e.M. Ounter.. JO 1f1
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. da$, AJpril B, for. Mrs. Sue I I i
Motors Wttcher'Thomft's! 30, chargedtvtth :
". \ *tho Mo.rcIlstol\, slaying wt t

of her'husband! C. W. Thomas, Have A Holidate America's. Favorite Family w 1

32, of Lawtey.Mrs. ,/ Photographer r > :

'Thomas. was still in Come Make The Easter Holidays .

custody/ Wednesday night 'at ,happy Ones Fine Foods, Modest Prices. I. ONE10
: the'Bradford.County Jail whore :
: E1STER..J4 she. had, ''been! held without

bond,since March 4. Black and WhitePORTRAIT !! ) fBEG.

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A prnllmlnary' 'hearingheld WM -
March 21 for Mrs. Thorn-- '

as and she was bound over to I Try Our Delicious Buffet $7.00 VALUE
Circuit Court for grand Jury
; action. ,County Judge T. ;f"t:| c:

SPECIALS Yawn then refused to set bond. SERVED DAILY Very few things you do this jei-r will ONLY 87

Q The bond( was.Set Tuesday by be cherished more or remembered

Circuit Judge George L Pat. Dinner longer than your photograph.
. ten. Lunch Buffet ;''Buffet

.. j- .J* I '11:00 a. m. to 2:00:. p. m. 9:00: p.m. to:9:00: p.m. OLAN MILLS serves you to create -1 Avoid waiting come early
: ,... '1.M' 'riCTIOPumtrant > ToRntliri7R ,I the most .personal gift of all. -1 Bring a copy of this ad

, 1963) FORD "FALCON Fordor, ",. ,..y1Cfrrlole to>' '....."tlon NAMa4!865'.09. I I with youChildren ", .

; 2 ).OOO.Mile:. Local One Owner, $895 riel..tutll..lWtlee: Btvan:! th;t the, unller..lCn"dI l I. h./."i iBJr .. 25 Two Hot 45 Sch. 2.1 or adultsHOLIDAY

Like New., engaged 'In.. bunJnmii under EntreesTwo : Wide choice of proofs
'thft tlotltloUK. name of ( One one per
. I ,v1Pa'"':, ((1I11t1f".lne)I. p, o'HIIt-. )t. 0 Vegetables i INN'
.I'Jl.el', '.1'01.1' Intend to familyStarke
Me"IIIII'"' .., ealdsnMme with" the, "
196:1!) : VOLKSWAGEN. and I ..f thiClroiilt, Omrt. of Assorted Salads Florida Groups $1.00 extra per
i'tFk.vd.Ceun7)r' Arthur ,\. '
I person
' Heater, tool; Condition. $845 fltht'Ts.... V PrvUMvnt(i alnpllle, 3716 N,.'111.W., Rolls Butter Saturday, April 13 Cannot be used In conjunction -

r 'W..In6"H..I.y.} ,\, Hr. Weinr with other advertising
. !> ..M.i Lau ter. Karl undirrtin, Tea Coffee Hours: 10 A.M. 5 P.M. 4
. DfPSUtora, .. ANHOxlatlnn: fur I'nm- offers

. 1061 FORD. 4,Dr. Wagon, V-S, I nunHywlrin Muclovr\. AltHc-k. Protection Inc from ,.
V.l;' >*t
Automatic Radio Heater Extra $1'1 95 I A. D. hiS at .'Htdrt"' ) .,i Bradford! Name ____"__-______________________________ ---------
. Clean, One Local Owner. County. cr.,.".Klorlilfi.. ;,f' -f-
4/11 4t 6-2 Mailing

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V-8. 16,000 Miles, Under Factory $18'95" Notre Clerk la O Hereby.( ClrruM: given('''.rt that. ---------- --- ,

: Warranty, Local One Owner. ,; I the nndcrslgnednCharles, Imrby, ap. ioul +
.N.. Clerk of the' Clrctiit Court of '
, BrlclWrd. County Florida. will /
on the 22nd day of April. \11)88) I Hi file
1965 FORD Tudor V-8, I. at ,t II:00 ,A. M, at the front. door c -4-
Of the Court House of Bradford f
' matic, Radio, Heater Air Auto$1295': County./Klorldn.; the. City of rnd
:,, : iFlurldi, offer fore. \ I
ditioned, Local One Owner. ,&laheebt' tu.public outcry to the 1 Ih le !
4 ... he.t> bidder for
r heastp.tplte/ following d"Hcrllje. \ .lprouarty yy LiW *
situate In Bradford tllaoa t.,.f a9hi t + -
1966 FORD, Y-8, F-250; %$ .Ton County. That, piece Florida panel to wit of :tract of .w l

Pickup, Like New, 30,000 Miles, $1695 land situate lying and being In
the County of Bradford and CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM! cleaners reconditioned i'M'i "/*
One Owner. State of Florida, known and SuppliPrompt l
I more particularly .dnitrlbed. asRpfflnnlnif : If you find yourname among the ,Classified Ads, $15: up. 10 differentname f.r er.
I ttilE ServiceR"irbvaED brand to choose from
/ at an Iron at the r.w r..
NW' corner of. that curtain tract office an'd Parts & excellent repairs aM I,
come to the Telegraph receive TWO
of land (G .acre, more or lees), I :"; : PARTS
j located in th, NW of make KIRBY SALES &
Top:Pr|eu4 rIG Wrecked' !Can1U'
.' FREE PASSES to Florida.Theatre or 301 Drivein. STORVICE! 712 N. Main, Gainesville '
"ItyirWreehwr; Betalwf' I
I 3767110. Uchg
NEW !!
Don't Be Theatre Passes f'E;:: Fuel Ol'1a I
STARTING new classes for I
.;u A'' :S *'H Green Stamp our late comers, Tap Ballet! ,

1968 MUSTANG? I ,HASTIKfcS MATTRESS Bwy.! !'lOl' N. Waldo Aero, etc. Ph. 964-7093 ?fchg I
DECEIVED W :* H"""4m-l9HB
11*. Lama at.., ; Patetli
By Advertised Prices Up to lit words .____- 1.23 Furniture, .Repaired' \I4iAa1"" 10NWAY 1 JIMMY MOORE'S\ ,

what Total you cost actually of contract pay. Get l H 1 (Minimum charge) Upholstered r 'A- Refinished BRSO'"LftoTENO> '.. ( 'SERVTCJBMT-1 SUN SPORTS

$ the REAL, FACTS before Einh word! over 15 _. .01 MATTRESSES K; EBUILT. plan, raMUlaV,.Greyhound Bus MOORE BOAT FOR Service i

$2 2348 3 4 8 8FULL you from ftlira.$8 Our to $15 payments per month are Extra charge If not New..,id InneraprinffflBox Springs; Charter.. Keep' your party to-I YOUR MONEY For Repairs ( &
th .
L le.., with the ante down I L'r k .' paid In advance ..... .35 1) e'p'JIt-A' : "'C JI j H4..otti rt-ch_ rt r a bus. Phone tfehge I Starke Ph. 964-5791
payment and number of PALATKA:1CA=. 5ftlM'HB8. SERVICE LARGE OR SMALL
month to 5 r"1
pay. per rent I ,,'
bank financing- hiddencharges. :Memorial, Resolution HCCKhR I8IIAI'.I't1kbI.8 .' "; XN811BANCII! Like new 1966 Speed Four
' .'Ten .top manufac- I .-. ..,,, ... 4; AT tRKDCCED: RATES SO hp. Elee. Start Evlnrude QUALITYPLUMBING '1
't PRICE STOCK NO. M1531 urcrs represented. 7 cents per word 1h I ,' Aced 'i;AtllXV'.nBlB. BOAT Only $599. Mercury 650-
I DOTUB''+B. CONNER 85 hp Elec. Start Only $550 CO.
I bI&.1; ,week; or" month.....Bradford -'n".- I
1365! GALAXIE 500 Fordor, V-s, OVERHEAD_ 50 words! or lets --_.-. 8.00 County Telegraph. Phone ,. tfchgNEW FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 Ph. 964.5039STARLING .
Automatic, Power and Air, One $1'595': i lI"t-6)& UCRF.S bath ''COncrete block home In
Ktuh: word, over 30 __ .07 .}.I'J::V'IM P S
Owner. Does It! r-t; Saratoga Heights. Phone 984-
,'_ USED 7369 or 964-5859 after 5 p. m.

Dad and Brad- I $2,700 to $3.500 : .. Shallow Wells -
AND Drive The Trucks. Ii Wate S fttners &' Filters ,'
$3,575 to $1.275 Real EsUte Expert[ Service Onrttftll sow.' Top cash paid for Fine i i Farm Supply

EASY TERMS\ <404< W. ,iKadlscn St. Makes FurnitureGlassware.. Hwy 171

i 8-10-12 WIDES See S. E. McKay Phones: Off. 9B4- 484 Phone 964.7001DUIi1ANCE Green Cove Springs, Blanding'Blvd. '' 318 E. Rrownlre Ofll-6002
I'/j' BATHS PUMP Orange Park. tfchg
WITH eLYYTODAYc Er ANP$ XPANDABLES TOOLS AND Keystone Height *1.BUYtiused.f'urniture' ,: : appliance AND SUPPLY CO. .1 .FEED. FERTILIZER;
473-4710 473-4153
CK or,,(anything of valueDadnvDl100untI4euse BRVKRAL GOOD USED Add,
... Phones: nS4811.. ing'1 Machines'for sale electrics LAWN SUPPLIES
LADDERS ,. ) 984- IOCIA.LIZ.INQ: in sales of '- -
LAKE I SALE-BRICK'- HOUSE 7'23.'?' ,..',V tfchgi Beat Estate' and In appraisalsfor ; subtraction credit bal-',, ,
I FOR TaleJgraph. '
FOR REST ready for n bed- Ht, .RENT a: and estates, corporate and Individual ancc. Bradford! County .
occupancy. i- ,room .
; HOMES I. '' owners. 30 'experience WI USED\ I liKMIUUK;
1; I : years
room 1H bath, Seated Just bath furnished cottage-' Phone
I I in Florida land mat. I' AND
outside ,of city limits In M4533T.X: tfchg
FOR shrubbery
I SALE- Azaleas
ALE S ure. A. J. Thomas, Realtor,
I ; DID YOU KNOW If; easy to: Plnebreeze. Easy monthly rem::EFFICIENT'bookkeepingand Starke, Fla. tfchg /geraniums, Big Boy and,, 1.:
--TEIMILLEGAR MOTORS. .1 One mile S.E. Keystone own a Longcnamp Home I terms. Longchamp' Const Ot. income tax service gee Beef Steak tomato plants. Mrs. I FENNELL'S I
;<< Heights Route 100. i Better built for Florida living Contact Bufcvd Mitchell, Mrs. FOR SALE! -Pickup truck and V. R. Ferguson. Ralford Road.
on St.,
Haddock .118 S.Court
Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford--, rand I ,OPEN i Your plans or ours pone D64- 853, P. O. Box back of Koch's Drug Store. camper. 198) Ford l pickup, Phone 964-6327: I II BARGAIN CENTER
t.:' SUNDAYS Your lot or 238 Starke. Uch li! Mi.
::'_ Union Counties .. ours contact Bu Phone 9646557. Central Bookkeeping -! 19S3 Merced: tamper: $1.800. I So. 301 Starke
I Phone 473.4320 i ford Mitchell, FOR RENT Furnished 2
phone 964- Rodney Mall, 473-3132. Key-
20H W. !MfIiron Phone 964-7200. 1'HANK YOU Beau & Employment Service -
NOTES- bedroom house. Renner
a.---- I 6853 p O. Box 238, Starke tfchg stone Hts. !
I tfclig:: tlfully engraved 111 gold or 633 McMahon, Phone 964- Tomato Pepper and Eggplant
:==:= '- silver. $1.23 for box of 25 Including -
.; Walter J Frick 6279 tfchg plants container
.,. SALE-Modern:
I .::0., 'f I spacious -
't NEW MOBILE: envelopes. Bradford
HOMES Chic- Banded
annuals shrubs, fruit
ideas.-and! ; I kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy. County Telegraph. U CB home, 3 b. R., Itt WAITRESSES WANTED FOR RENT-Furnished Bach- trees 2 ml. north of Lawteyon
I bring new t ; Clemson, ,Layton travel trail. bath, large D. R, w. FIreplace Apply in person Longhorn lor apartment $50 a mo. Ren- 301. Turn
at sign. Ph. 782-
methods of economy and business > ers, Liberty, Taylor Azalea. Florida t room. Patio, Ute R.. Restaurant, 301 South. ner Apts. 633 McMahone. 3465.
Buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing WANTEDCASH Carport C. H. A C. In city,] 2tp 1
administration to Bradford Countyby free set choice location $17.000. Only l ARE YOU planning. extra :
up and delivery _
POR FOR RENT-2 bedroom
9800 Dn. Ph. 964-5338. RENT furnished 3 fur-
electing ';. BUCKEYE TRAILER PAID 2tchg 4-18 I I room apt. with private bath. nlihed house on Water St Apply room to your home, garage,
MART INC?, 6012 remodel, or make repairs? If
I ? Blandmg at 627 N. Wal-
Convenient location. Ph. 964- Seymour
Jax. so, call Buford Mitchell, Lon -
HAZEL tv 771-8776 t.feh'g1"OR Good Clean Cotton Rags NO. 657..- SMALL HOME. 6749 It nut. Itchg champ Construction for Free
beautUvl'vlev. 1 mile out of
PROMPT No Khakis Wool or Estimate. Phone
24 HOUR Refrigeration 034-6853.
Starke on paved hwy. 8500.: FOR SALE Yellow 30 In. B -C. Holtzendorf

Service. Home and Scraps. Terms.., gas range, less than 3 years tfchg
Commercial. Phone 473-3090- old, $90. W E. Dampier, 473- FOR SALE OR TRADE-
BRING TO' No. 6d 15 ACRES partially FOR SALE Chicken farm-
P. O, Box 19, Keystone tfchu cleared,:fertile oil. Remodeled ''I 4384, week days or after 5 p.m.ltp. with down payment Land 789 10,000 "broiler capacity fully

PAULK' FOR SALE -- "Exer-Genie., Bradford County 4 bedroom home...17 ml. from front footage on Highway 230.! equipped: 2 tractors and equip.
Revolutionary 18500. .Terms.fcTROUT 1 mile east of Starke city lim ment: 45 20 tillable,
YOUR exercising deVice olty., FOR SALE House on 4'/a' ': acres on
Used by the pro athletesas Telegraph REALTY' acres land located on Hwy. 301 its. Ph 964-5211 or 9646128. paved road. Modernized 2 bed-

well as! the average\ man. 2117 N. 'Temple Ave, behind Buck Carters Store, 2tp 411; room home pretty yard barns,

: Price $28.75 tax included. Call FOR SALE Tiling Cabinets, Starke. Fla. second house on right. Con- FOR SALE Beautiful Spinet fruit and nuts, saleable timber -

County Commissioner 1 Dist. 5I Coach 8545, nights Dave. Horse 533.2615.day 901-I new, 4-drawer. roller bearings, ((904)) 964-8609 tact Mrs.address Jesslo Carter at piano D a h-m era Discount $27,500.. 2 miles Mrs. east H H.of Hamilton Lawtey.
$42.00 Call Ricks 4-23
I each. Mr. COMER'S! LAKETVIEW Beach 3tp House, Phone 964-7923. '
4tchR- 4-181 I I 9645184. .4tp .41WOMEN | and Cottages, at Barleton. Cottages Itchg I 282 Lawtey. 8tp 4-11

Experienced: and successful! businesswoman ..A Associated with my hustband. I LOTS!! LOTS!!, IOTS reierved week or month. II MDN clerks. WANTED Five -week laundry, I

Dave I'aulk, in the Land Clearing'and Road'Building business that Town Lots, Out of Town Lots Work SEWERS WANTED: Parking" $1.00 per car. Swim or 'workers, kitchen day aids, laborers' eight, Used, MOWOIH: Plinth or Ride
at home
w c have operated successfully! for the past 25 years.: I handle all businessand I' Lake Lots, Lots for the finest i sewing. We supply doing materials simple! picnic free. Phone 4681129. 'I cottage parents, watchman and i' IT'S MOVING DAY \\'e Trade He Repair

letral matters, as well as all bookkeeping;assistinK in the preparation homes Lots for House Trailers!, I I and pay shipping both ways. Waldo. 12tchg 6-27 I hour day. State retirement, vacations I FIRESTONE

,cf all bid, plus keeping a daily record of each piece of equipment and I I 'Let here me how lots von what I have. Good rate of pay. Piece work. :H R Chism sick leave, etc If Interested I Move your insurance Free, Plrk I'p ServiceIn

each man working for us. I feel that my experience> these mAtters / reasonable ate reasonably Write Dept W3, Jamster In- I please apply in person business to "The Man City
'Hill be very valuable to our county in its road construction program and Buy prlcerjdwlth now> build later. terms. lustrles Inc., 100 Ashmun, FOR SALS Volkswagen, Personnel Manager, Sun- Phone 061-7593; :

J will help !t>>n\'e many tax dollars. A J. Thomas Realtor I Sault St. Marie, Mich., Zip vintage) << /.unknown' runs\ good ,land Training Center Gainesville from Keystone"George tf
i 49783. 3tp 441' $163.49.:' 1958 Chevrolet pick. I Fla. 4tchg 5-2: ,
I Tel. 964-5701 I E. LaRue FOR RENT-Attractively furnished
i $31962, Calt..964-f508t..
up. .'. FOR RENT 6 room house, 2 'bedroom apt Call
'-, V : J'
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,J favor better governmental relations between ALL parts CAREER UPPOKTL'MTl: I FOR SALE-2 bedroom house > r I unfurnished or partially turn- INSURANCE AGENCY Mrs. J. W Klncald, 964-7831

Immediate opening in Starke I, with carport. 614 West Adklns.' FOR""KEt(f :-.:) bedroom unfurnished ,i shed, $50 month. Coontact' Auto Fire Homeowners 1 tfchg
of the County and will be available at ALL times to ALL area In sales for honest, uggreislve Ph. 984-7599. 2tp 41| house., ,, ..... Apply 308 S. Jeff Baker in Hampton. I
I hard working man Water. ltpWARD I 2tp 4-18 LIFE & ACCIDENT FOR RENT In Starke at.

The people of the County. : between 22-49 Must have SALES & SERVICE: Home- tractive 2 bedroom furnished
cur Keystone 473-4692
-, No prior experience : ,, lite Chain Saws; Poulan ChainSaws CL ERIC TYPIST. 1 CB HOUSE, 10 acres, wooded, : I i cottage. Good location. Also
week. Must be a 3 bedrooms' wall-to-wall -
: Salary $440 month plus Yardman Riding' Mowers 20:hrs. per carpet unfurnished house In the coun
IT- HELP ME HELP YOU BY YOUR VOTE ON !MAY 7 fringe\ benefit per Phone Gainesville 25 and 30 In.. cuts:; Big high school graduate and a I, 2 baths, living room w/f ire- BABY SITTER wanted, in try. W. H. Nollman. tfchff ,
-. 376-3811 collect County. Write "B", c/o Bradfoul built-in kitchen, paneled dining -
See Jne McClellan: A'JetSII
= (pd. pol. adv. ad) between 3.7 p.m. foi ap I PHOTO COPIERS Bradford
'. I polntment Thuisday 01 Ki, ,, (\\ ahr>p. 301 South Btarke County Telegraph Drawer room. For appointment call j A. classified ad In the Tele- County TeleCI'1.ph.R.rUon .: -

-.:::--=-_. __ day. Itchg,; 2tp +4-18 .A. SUrke ltchgr H- 9.1. $2000. 2tcb 4-13 fraph brings results.
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Dear Boys and Girls:
: Political Rally Breaks Old Tradition Mr Gene Rayburn asked me

; ., .- Dear Mr. Matthews: to write you youngsters about
" Your in-depth coverage of some fun that he and I have ,*t
; .--Another old tradition has bitten close friends, who have to attend the so-called "Flynn Case" at planned for you. I hoppedover

i ,the dust, as old traditions have a each rally, as a matter of course.It Kingsley Lake Is a fine exam to your Recreation De-

I i ', habit of doing these days, when was also pointed out that ple of Journalistic responsibility partment today and left 100

: times seem, to be changing more rallies in each part of the county j In local controversies. I dozen bright-colored: eggs and

: -"rapidly than many old timers 'tare were a necessity in the days of realize that a complete recordof asked him to make arrange-

* TOT: admit ..:. or even to think unpaved roads and horse-and- /, I : 4 'r rr the last Zoning Board ments to hide them and challenge -

-ftbdut, 'buggy transportation, but not in ,T" meeting on March 21 could you boys and girls to 0
r. not be
iThe Bradford County t>emot these days of fast transportation, printed due to the lim- find them.I .
itations of newsspace, as well asked him to plan an Conway Airport. To get
trade Executive Committee, de- when no one, thinks anything of as the many Irrelevancies that Easter Egg Hunt for all Brad- there, just go down Orange

i ;tided to sponsor only one big rally riding 30 or .40 miles to a football 4N .' cropped up during this lengthy ford County Boys and girls Street and turn left right by
!1 before the May 7 primary, instead game after dark. No point in \ meeting. There were a few from the tiny tots through the Airport Missionary Airport

i of- the four or five that have been Bradford County can be more than things which were not covered grades six. and so that everything Baptist Church and you will

L held in recent campaign years. 15 or,.20 minutes from, a rally In your fine news story that will be fair I asked him come to the ball park.I'm

There was a' time: when a rally held in Starke.If v yyi I feel should be brought out: to divide you all Into 3 groups sure the Recreation Department -

was held ''in each of the county's is unhappy the 1. Mr. Scruby representing like this: pre-school children, will have some signs to
anyone over the law firm of Scruby and grades 1, 2, and 3. and grades help you find It. Finding the
eight precincts but that became
new-order':of events, it will probably Yonge, although admitting 4, 5 and 8. park will be easy but finding ,

impractical when the county was be various groups who, in that the Zoning Board had Mr. Rayburn said that the those pretty eggs Is going to

redistricted several years ago and recent years, have sponsored made a serious mistake in not pre-school children and grades be something else. Now.' you

the number was increased to 17 chicken and fish suppers at the making all of the violations of 1, 2 and 3 would hunt at bigger youngsters go to the

precincts., rallies as a money-making projectfor the zoning regulations a part West Side Park beginning at City Park right across the

Though limiting the rallies to their organizations. There is of the court suit, threatened 10 o'clock, and the 4th, 5th street from the Bradford

one may' cause a few political nothing wrong with this custom, to withdraw as the Zoning and 6th grades would hunt at County Health Departmentand

buffs to shed a tear of remorse, but it is a secondary, and certainlynot Board's attorney If he were to the City Park at 11:30.: be there by 11:30: you
ihe.reasons for the move as discussed the primary of !be asked to go back Into court Now just In case you don't hear.
at the purpose a political on these additional. violations.The know where West!; Side ParkIs By the way, I left some very
meeting Monday rally. It was also pointedout _____ law firm of just follow these directions: special prizes which I told!Mr.
Scruby te
night, sounded convincing and at the meeting Monday night Yonge Is paid a yearly retainer First of all, West Side Park Is Rayburn to give to the 'lucky

logical. that any'such group that wants CY s,. ..ti as attorney for the the Recreation Department'snew youngsters who happen to

It was pointed out that the Interest to sponsor its ,own rally and sup t Board, plus additional legal softball park which is located find the special egg '

ins,rallies has' dwindled in per" is free to do so, as some have fees when any litigation is at. behind the new Voca- Now, boys and girls if, you

recent years, with the vast ma- done in the past. tempted. tional School, which used to want to have a good time-

jority of voters seeming contentto Though some would have pre : 2. Board member Harold Easter you be Egg sure Hunt to come that to we have this

stay home and watch television, ferred.four or ,even five rallies FJTAn Haglund brought out a fact Case" and at the Insistence of planned for you and then X

while depending on other sources ;" Monday night's decision which Is certain to have a the public, has taken positive might nee :you Easter Morning.

; for information on political mat- seemed to meet with the favor of : bearing in this matter and action to enforce our Zoning Happily Yours -The Easter.
: ., should have been further
ters. "You see the same people at t. pursued regulations Bunny
t rally spokesman said most of the candidates concerned.As by the Chairman of the
every one Mr. Floyd Onann
if'1 Monday night, pointing out that one expressed it, "I'm a poor ... _.._,---'-" --, ,- Board.sold The and duplex residencewas board depends upon for proper ..

attendance is of the fewer American brought to issuance of building
composed largely speaker, anyway so TragedyFARMER'S Kingsley Lake by Cumberland per-
the candidates their workers and : '" mits, did the Zoning Board as
I rallies the better! Homes, Inc., who apparentlystill
. have well as the taxpayers of Clay
a interestIn
County, a dls-servlce when he

j New Armory Deserved By.Our Guard DIARYed The the outcome law firm of of this Scruby case.& lations failed to of note the the many vio-
zoning regula-
" At last berries are now com Younge
hummer' at our placeIt admittedly have represented tions which
unit of cavalry and the other !ing Into production, after along looked like Cumberland subsequently came
J Sunday's Impressive dedication. was a fat darning Homes. to light,: through the efforts of
J of ''Starke's fine new armory facilities -. the Bradford County Home cold spring which held needle that got dipped In a Inc. This Is clearly a conflictof concerned residents of this

!I wrote a new chapter (Tithe; 'Guards, a unit of Infantry, which them back.. According to loaded reports pall of red. .paint.. Interest, and Scruby and area. If Mr. Onann had initially

{ )long ,history of the .National is the parent of the present company the bushes are Yonge should have disqual- applied the 'proper regulations -
with and are
growers ified themselves
Guard in Starke.In and which has a direct his- The.county commission has In this case to this case, much
J for "short and
now hoping a the for even If Just to avoid the
accepted plans appearance -
its issue of September 22 tory from that date to the survey unpleasantness could 'have
sweet" season. The price we of doing.
the Santa Fe Lake road and wrong
w been avoided.It .
1893, The Telegraph dutifully ent' time.. heard quoted was $3 a flat barring any delays, construction This matter, which has beenin
chronicled that: "The walls of the When the Spanish-American for berries. Is quite difficult for the
good on It should start In the dispute for some 13 months, to 1 v 1N
Guard's Armory''are cracked in War began, it was reported that near future. When completed. has been badly handled by the group public of understands Interested why citizen a

several places and, aa a precau- the Starke unit was the first in We had some rain over last It will be a boon to the residents Zoning Board from the beginning should have to hire an at-

tionary_ measure, CPT Heibergerhas the State to volunteer for servicein weekend and that helped the By Sam McGarvey of that area, as well as and should have ,been torney to appear at the zon-

decided to abandon the use of ,1898. The unit was disbandedin crop some, ,but we have not providing better access to the resolved a year ago when the ing board meeting to inform

it, awaiting repairs. In the mean- 1915. and many of the men had a good rain In some time feting, Speaking of birds. boat ramp on the lake. house was still on wheels. I Mr. Onann. the Board and it's

time'the weekly drills will take who had been a part of the organization and the 8011 is very dry. Growers Sam saw his first ruby-throat- notified the board the moment attorneys, the contents of the State Attorney

place In the street." served in the Mexican with Irrigation' equipment that the house arrived on the Zoning Regulations with Ted Duncan
of course, have been able to property, and I was promised which
they should be totally
Now- no longer will Seke'id .<.Border War, and a few years 'by the
Board that the house
. correct that deficiency, and familiar. Seta RecordState's
high"r ted National Guard unit' 'litttli4>n World War I.
in much NEWS And NOTES would be Immediately moved
their plantings are
t The $600 which
was paid to
have"to drill in the street Af1eiWo'MxWI the unit
un- : was better shape than those of since It could not conceivably the law Attorney T. E. tTedl
1 lessby matter of choice. It has reorganized and wa 4 'obilized'.in others depend on natural/ comply. with zoning regulations firm of Scruby & Is to
.... .tw. For Today' Homemakers Yonge! for service rendered to >. Duncan .bcjueved set anew
I -as/! itsTiome a new"$227000"arrn"brythat ; World War' II, serving in'Ia'iMr"Guinea .' ". : "One''year later the the taxpayers of Clay CountyIn record for the office 1.r

- .embodies all of the latest design Morotia Island, and the .-.v.- ._.' By Martha Sue McCain house remains--painted, wired, the Flynn matter was a when he failed to draw an

I ,,and has been described as Philippines. Altogether, it. has The Miami and Plan':CltY' County Extension and on a firm foundation. total waste. The end result opponent In the May.primaries. -

on -.Qf-the finest in the State or rendered more than a century of production areas are about Sincerely, was a deal with the Flynn attorneys This will be the eighth

1 Na116A;:;:, service to the community, the played out according: to reports 'Rome Economics Agent C. O. Hill, which did not reflect election that Mr. Duncan has

j 'Organized groups of militia State, and the Nation in time of and will not be competitive Kingsley Lake, Fla, the total violations of which run for the office without op-

I which were the forerunners of today'VNational unless the price goes the Board's attorneys claimedto position. ,
peace anq HAM FOR EASTERIf mix 1 and one fourths Dear Mr. Matthews: A native of Lake Butler he
Iswar. cups have no prior knowledge, ,
1 Guard have loner Starke of its National high enough to induce them to
. a you're serving ham for flour, sugar, salt cinnamonand The residents of Kingsley since Mr. Onann did not bring was first elected State's Attorney
and proud history in Starke. Such Guard unit and shares with its continue picking. The fruit Easter, here are some tips on undls&olved active dry Lake are most gratified that this to their attention.It In 1938. At the end of

groups volunteered for service officers and men the pride thatis those areas has fallen off In shopping for It. A ham labeled yeast. the Zoning Board has finally Is hoped that when the the coming term he will have

during the Indian Wars In the taken in the fine new armory, size, and growers are scrapping "countrystyle" was processed Combine milk and margarine admitted that they made a 30 days given Mrs. Flynn to served longer In office than

18 9.'s, and units from here alsoserved so fittingly named for one who their fields.. by using a dry cure, slow In a saucepan. Heat over grievous mistake in the"Flynn move the house are up the any State Attorney In this his-

with the Confederate Armyin helped make it become. realityStarke's We also understand that smoking and long drying pro- low heat until liquid is warm., Board will not flinch at the tory of Florida. He has ex-
several hard-fought campaignsof late Mayor Randal F. the Louisiana berry producingareas cess. It has a good ham flavor [Margarine does not need to Etiquette-Miller; Me and my prospect of the litigation pressed appreciation to the

the Civil War. Chitty, who also served with.dis. have had their troubles Is firmer textured, low in melt) Gradually add to dry American Husband --Gllmore; which will surely result. The people of the 8th Judicial Circuit -
moisture and needs cooking Ingredients and beat 2 minutesat Who Needs a Road Stephens for their confidence
For some years during the Reconstruction tinction as a National Guard of- this spring and are not yet In Board can regain .much stature -
before serving. Modem processing medium speed of electric ; Prince Charles: the future by the shown In him over the years.
merely enforcing
period'the South was ficer and unit commander.Our production. This should help
takes much less time mixer, scraping bowl occas- KingFisher; The Jim
laws that to
all and give our growers .are sworn
denied to area
the right to organizegroups congratulations our
to come up with a tasty ionally. Add eggs and onehalfcup Ryan Story Nelson: Sins of uphold. ./
of militia, but the rule was whose joint efforts culminated in time to cash In before the milder, and more tender ham.A flour to make a thick bat- the Fathers- Pope Henncssy. IF WE DON'T IIAVE ITwe'll

relaxed in the early J880's and bringing this fine new facility toa buyers move on to other ham labeled "smoked" needs ter. Beat at high speed 2 minutes YOUNG ADULT Sincerely !get It for you. Office
George E. Supplies Furniture, Equipment -
two'units, were formed. One was a unit that deserves the best. points. additional cooking before ser scraping bowl occasion The Long Haul-Puget; Etiquette Route 1, Box Sapp 4000 Bradford County I
ving. A "smoked and fully ally. Stir in enough additional for Young People -
The lack of rain has also Kingsley Lake Fla. Telegraph. I1IIr ,tl1I4
cooked" "fullycooked" soft dough. Post; Stories of the Early
or Just a flour to make a
Rush To Arms Must delayed the setting out of tobacco
Be ControlledFederal
f ham Is ready to eat. Can Turn out onto lightly floured West Harte; A Palette for
plants, and those grow-
for ned hams are "fully cooked" board; knead until smooth Ingrid Hobart; On Stage

curbs on the sale of and dangerously armed camp. According 'a ers chance are waiting to get anxiously going. Setting and can be served without and elastic, about 8 to 10 Miss Douglas Howard.

handguns have been written intoa to a recent newspaper sur- out plants with the soil so further cooking. In brief If minutes. Place In greased JUVENILE FICTION
hams are not labeled as "fully bowl turning to grease top. Fast Flows the River-But
sweeping anti-crime bill just 'the of I
vey, dry Is a risky business, even
cooked" or "ready-to-eat", assume Covert let rise in warm place, ler; Lost at the Fair-Sharp:
approved by the Senate Judiciary raclal'strife and the rising 'crime though the plants are wateredat
they must be cooked free from draft until doubledIn Pirns- Baner: Hannah Eliza
Committee. The propo firearm' rate has resulted in a 15 to 20 that time, as the combination further before eating. By the bulk about 1 hour. bethRich; Xlngu -Vier tal; I
controls fall short of those that cent increase in sales of hot sun and a drying
per gun way, ever wonder what a hamis Punch dough down: turn Brian Wtldsmlth's Wild Animals j
President Johnson asked, but in across the nation. wind often kills the tender ? According to federal requirements out onto lightly floured board. Wildsmlth; Seals for !

some other respects, the legisla- And the/most alarming part of plants In no. time. at all. meat labeled Knead In raisins. Divide dough Sale-Memllng; Whore's Kit-- j

tion goes beyond his recommendations / the picture is the fact that the Tobacco growers are up In "ham" must be shrunk whilein Into 18 equal parts. Form each Fleishman" ; End of the Line- I j

to help combat spiraling rush to arms isn't only br.the the air about the new market- the smokehouse back to Its piece Into a ball; place balls Udry; Wisher- Daugherty; A I\

crime rates.'Another irresponsible or "crack-pot element ing order, which would controlthe original weight before It was In 2 well-greased 8-lnch round Small Farm for Andy-Mason; jj
with the curing solu cake Combine egg yolk The Old Quarry Fox Hunt- i
senseless.. assassination in our country The damageand sale of the crop over a Injected pans.
Johnson; The Beast Book I j
tion. If ham does not come and water. Brush buns with
last week should spur Con- lossp of life in so many com period of time, to the advantage a It's let rise In Wahl; and JuanShannon I
weight. Cover
down to Its fresh mixture. :
gress on to do something about munities has caused the more law- of growers In the Old Belt. ; The Only Glupmaker in
labeled "ham. water added. warm place. free from draft. By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
firearms control bills which have abiding citizens to feel that they Growers here as well as those or "imitation ham. until double In bulk about 1 the U. 8. Navy- McOowcn:

been,.bypassed> for years, largely must obtain guns to protect them- up in Georgia oppose the IIOT RED CROSS BUNS hour. Silver from the Sea- Tooze: TROUBLE SHOOTING lowering the height of the

because,of the pressure and lobbying selves and thejr homes and busi- measure, but so far no decls- Makes 18Although Carefully cut a cross on the Rootabaga Stories-Sandburg; YOUR OUTBOARD RIG engine as It sits on the tran- '

tactics of the powerful Na- nesses from the criminal element.If on has been. made.. Hot Cross Buns top of each bun ''With sharp Eddie's green Thumb -Hay- The engineering depart- som. If cavltlon"occurs only In

tional Bifle Association. this trend continues,' it will busting out all are associated with Christianity knife. Bake In modern oven wood; Eddie and Louella ment Evlnrude Motors has turns at high speed the prob-
Spring filled about 20 to 25 Haywood. prepared" the following list of lem can usually be traced'toan
Regardless of personal feelings bring about an everspirallingrush over at our place and our azaleas they actually are 375 degrees Rein
Firm hand tho
Dr. Martin Luther and with symbolism. The minutes, or until done. Remove on common performance com underwater accessory such
about King to arms that will threatenthe especially, are a mass of pagan Steffan Paulo and the Wolf-
: plaints from boat
and cool owners. as struts, keel excessive
four on or
the from
his .methods of civil rights pro- safety of peaceful citizens color. One bush that Is very cross represented The Frost pans while Jenkins: Middle Island Mystery They've offered some suggestions marine growth.Porpoising .
of the moon. wire racks. warm
motion;even his detractors will the nation. Is Belgium variety
throughout) pretty a also sacred to the with ,confectioners' sugar Chandler:'The Gener for on the spot trouble Too much
deplore the manner in which he Now, as never before, Is the which has pink blooms which gods buns of were the ancient Aztecs and frosting.: al's Boots- Frazier; Alexander shooting that could save your weight aft will cause porpois

Diet:.h is death at the point of time for Congress to disregard the look like roses. Standing nextto Incas: both Egyptians and the Monkey Sitter-De- weekend of boating fun. ing (bow bouncing .up and)

an'asassin's! gun. )lobbyists and 'do something con- a Japanese quince, which Saxons offered them as sacrifices Jong; Dolores and the Gypsies If the suggestions don't down] It can often be eliminated -

Unless something Is done to structive about controlling the sale Is a mass of crimson, the two to their goddesses, believing Strachan; Lady Poole and work for you contact your by simply moving extra
curb sales of firearms to irresponsibly of firearms before the entire nation provide a nice combination that the cross had ma- NEW BOOKS Mr. Potts Leltner: Fiddle marine dealer for professional gear forward. If this doesn't

persons, it seems that America becomes a dangerouslyarmed shades of color.Loto .. gic powers In preventing sickness AT THE LIBRARYNew Beyond Flute and Belle the-Smith River-. Grate Five-; repair! and maintenance. work check the angle of the
Gradual decrease in
top lower unit. Move it closer to
i :!likely! to become one huge camp.. of other things are out and Insuring the good bak-The yard Fuller and the Unlikely speed-Leave the engine alone. the transom. If the problem

Including the flowering almond ing throughout year. Knights) Wells; Weeks and The first thing to check Is continues, bring it Into'your
and the bridal wreath, and altogether English adopted Hot cross Books now avallable at Weeko Watts Home Star
; on the condition of the boat hulL marine dealer. He may recommend
'+p Oq The Bradford we have the best display Buns for Good Friday Christian intheearly the Bradford, County Publlo Island-Welch; Happy Birth All boats, including fiberglassand trim tabs which can be
of the
; County Telegraph'ESTABLISHED since days Library: ..
of flowering shrubs day Mom-Ayers: The Green aluminum, pick up mar attached to the hull at the
p 1879 we moved to our present loca Church. ADULT FICTION Mountain Toymakers Wilson ine growths and Just plain transom.!
AIWF Recipe: 4 to 9 cups unsifted Airport Halley; Caxley ; Captive Indian Boy grime. If allowed to build .
up Rapid Fouling of Sparks
tion. But there Is lots more
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and PubUsherFlorida' flour, one third sugar one Hall Read Endless
cup Miss ; ;safer: Arthur-.Levin. over a. period of time, it will Under normal condltlotis. oneset
we'd like to have, and could half teaspoon salt, 1 and one Night Christie: Settled In
0 0 JUVENILE NON-FICTION rob of top speed. To pre- of
Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published'Contlnonaly you spark plugs should last
have. If we had the time and fourth teaspoons ground cinnamon Chambers The Claimant
-Tracy; Coin Collecting as a Hobby vent this from happening, an entire season. If this Isn'tthe
Same Masthead.
4-; .. energy 1 package active dry -Alpert. Hobson; Calendars to the give the hull periodic wash- case with your engine
yeast, 1 cup milk one fourth ADULT NON-FICTION
Past-Baldwin; Russia In Re- downs. check the fuel mixture you're
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office Alice set out some annuals cup [one half stickl :Margarine. Instant Party Fun Bums; volution Horizon; Elizabeth Cavitation This occurrs using1. You could be adding too

,_-..-. at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd 1879. ., 2 eggs r Cat room temperature The Journey with JonahL'- Garrett M. D.-Manton; Un- when a stream of air Is intro- much oil. Remember in recent -
and planted a small bed in .
three-fourths cup Engle Careers In Hotels and
; cas. Sachem of the Wolf Peo- duced Into the path of the years most manufacturershave
,, Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $4.50; 6 months, $2.60 nasturtiums but the birds less raisins, 1 egg yolk:, 2 Restaurants Latten; Com- ple Volght; Lighthouses of propeller. This can usually be cut the all to. gasoline-

Outride trade area: 1 year. $9.00; 8 menthe $2.75 thought It had been plantedfor tablespoons cold water Con- plete Guide to Investment Analysis America Lewiton: The Lincoln eliminated by decreasing the ratio. Excessive smoking to a

their benefit and enjoyedthe fectioners' sugar frosting. Badger; Plegan -Lan- Kangeroos Morey, angle between the transom sure sign of too' much oil In

.. young plants aa a salad In a large bowl thoroughly carter The Encyclopedia. oft Whitetail Montgomery. and drive abaft housing or by the fuel mixture. ._




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Section 2 Page Two
the .iiiKlnul' In the& otflco
IlmnlrltytwvyyyyylnEAWTEY her sister, Mrs. Ruth Barthlowin Mr. and Mrs. Rogers,,; of linger of Daytona were vislt- and Mater Mrs. Elizabeth :Redding ton Oa.CHURCH. School 10 a. m.; Worship 11 JEAN CHANCERY.REWIS I the or Clerk: before of the the Circuit 22nd day Courton
Middleburg on Thursday.Mrs. Jacksonville were Sundayeil0; /'fogIrs.. Laatlnaer'a' sisters i and other relatives.IijCpl ACTIVITIES a. m. and 6:30: p. m.. YPE PlyintlfLA1i9nAu.P April, I IU8S. oth..rwlae the Blie'
James Mrs. Hattie Darley aJ1d; Miss Grace Methodist Sunday Wednesday 7:30 p .m. Prayer VR. icatlooa ot ald .Ciunplaiut.wit
O. J. Phillips and Dan- Itors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter who .
1:: { oonfeBHed
:) I.E.WIfutendanl, taken aa by
aac be
School & 4& XI -.meeting Friday 7:30- a* you
ny spent the weekend with I I* Waters and eons. Slnna Prescott other relatives i has spent his 30 day leave : a. n Warship : p. Thli notice shan be pUb1li1h.d
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phlllips Mr. and Mrs Bob Summerlin over the weekend. from Vietnam with his mother a. m. Prayer Circle Monday Highland Baptist Sunday NOTICE Browurd TO APPEARTo B. HewII.You once each week ror tour :aim.ecutlve .
I and Mrs. Pierce Crews. 9 a. m.First. School 9:43: a. m., Worship 11 ( : thata .. weka In the.
EliZa notified BRAJi
BI' 1JI."Y" and sons In Jacksonville.Mrs. of Lake CIty spent several I Mrs. Lois Carter, and other are hereby .. COUNTY
...,, .... Joyce Futch of Sardis days with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. family members reported to Baptist Sunday a. m.. and 7:30: p. m., Choir suit fur divorce In th hm. abova be..ntiled > FORD Dated thU 22nd TELEGRAPH day Dot March,.
". ,.""" Bwalniit you
."1-"""" # .u Shaw in Lacrosse Wed- practice 8:30: p. m., Prayer
Oa:"spent the weekend at Priest and Lamar. Mrs. Sum-, L on Cherry Point, N. C. for serviceon School 9:45: a. m. Worship 11 named Court and cnuaa and you 1908.
The r:>:tgbland' Baptist .home and with the Benton merlin and Mrs. Priest are I.. nesday. Tuesday. and 7:30: p. m.. Training Un- Meeting Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. are required. to "'fve a copy to the or Clurk CHARLES of the A.Circuit DARBY,
Church choir rehearsed and Futch family in Starke and\ sisters. I Lonzo Austin of Daytona Mrs Bill Powell spent last ion 6:30: p. m. Midweek serv- your umwer or pleading Plaintiff'* At- Hy Ueulah M. Moody Court
';trade the :Radio recording at Miss. Elizabeth* Terry here. Mr. and Mrs. George Last- spent the weekend with his week. with relatives In New- ices Wednesday 7:30: p. in. IN CIRCUIT NOTICE! TO COIHVF DEFEND: "BRADFORD I.complaint&u"" ..' Hon.on tex the ( reen. P, O. Deputy ClericSAVIvUPTO ,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette 1 mother. Mrs. Alice Austin. t, ') Church of God Sunday COUNTY: ? Fl/OKIDA; IN 121)8, Star**. Florida and tae 8.86,4t 4.18I
'"W. Bennett on Monday, even- and children of Valdosta. Ga. -
ins. visited Mrs. Ed Durban duringthe ,-
The Lawtey Junior High weekend. \
PTA. meeting on' Tuesday 'M.rs. George Roberts and I 1 1I
evening of last week was a Mrs. Pauline Torode were visiting -
great success -vylth a large attendlUlC8. '- Mrs. Effie Miner In a + + I I IK
The president pre- nursing home In Leesburg and
sided over the business session Mrs. Frank Wells in the hos- i 1
with the uqual proceedings pital on Thursday. Mrs. Wells K t i u
They voted to buy\ a gift for had the misfortune to be severely : tAa
the cooks, In appreciation of I burned a few weeks ago.
"their cheerful service at the Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pierce
meetings. Room count was Crews were their son W. S.
won by the 5th grade. The Crews of Jacksonville on Fri '
bake sale proceeds were $45.30. day Mr. Crews' brotherinlaw t 1
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. P. and sister'Mr. and Mrs.
Moore and Micky on Sunday E. A. Sapp of New River on
? were Mr. and Mrs. S. D. An- Sunday and in the afternoon : ? I ,I \
drews and family of Wildwood they all visited another broth- .
and Mr. and Mrs. J.: W. er-in-law and sister Mr. and [f0 \ ''. :.
"r Thomas and sons of Live Oak. Mrs. W. H. Richardson In r
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I TIUSDAY, PRIL U. 1968 ftAD1"O'ltn m1TNTY ....,...!f1'UMt. "Altln! P1nltID:[ 8 t.'yn.T1fjl' / Page Titres.
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CARD OF THANKS Revival Services Institute of Oraceville.! He Is I worship services at church on 1V yid s, r 4
Our recent sad loss leavesus an outstanding preacher and Easter Sunday at 8:30: and 11 d rs al s .ya 4 t s<3BAYLESS
hearts toward Start Sunday .
with successful .
Bible teacher and a a m.
neighbors and ,friends. Their At 1st BaptistThe pastor having hell; pastoratesin

comforting thoughfulnessl I Alabama Mississippi. and ST UAOK'S ANNOUNCES
sympathy and First Baptist Church of Florida.fTheojetlval. HOLY WEEK SERVICESThe

will always be remembered. Keystone Heights.Will hold *evlval -.< ; : music will be congregation of St.
M. Campanella and family services.starting Sunday directed; ) bjr Thomas C. Locke, Mark's Episcopal Church extends
evening. April 7. and continue Minister. J! :Education of the a cordial Invitation to
STORY IIdURAT Ing through Sunday morning Springfield Baptist Church of the- public to attend Holy
THE LIBRARY"All April 21.Rev Jacksonville Mr. Locke attended Week services starting with.!

About Eggs" will be H. R. Carswell: Pastorof Stetson University and Holy communion on Maundy
tTietheme for Story Hour this the Marietta. Baptist received the "Bachelor of Divinity Thursday at '7:30: p. m. Good ,

Thursday afternoon from 3:30to \ Church of Jacksonville will be 1 peg*..., from -the Luther Friday services: I Mt noon to 1 t -

4-15: at the Public Library. the evangelist. He holds a Rice, :Baptist Seminary.Services p. m. Sunday: 'Church School l. HIGHWAY RAIFOKD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST _
i 9:45: a. m. Celebration of Holy
Mrs. George Winkler will be Bachelor's Degree from William "will begin at 7:30: Communion 11 a. m Celebrantfor BAPTIST cnrocHSunday. CHURjCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH

storyteller. All children ages 61 Carey College Hatttej- each evening: Tile public is; the services will be Her.Fred Schedule of services: 0- Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
through 9 are Invited. burg Miss and is. Invited to attend. School 10 *.. m: Schedule of services: Sunday '
a theology Yerkee.FIRST day School, 9:45: a. m. Manning Morning Worship, 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. m.:
graduate of the Baptist Bible There morning Morning Worship Service, 11 School!, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 ,' 10:48 m.
:Twin be two Worship : a. and 7 p. mHer. .Leland A Evening Worship 8 p. m.'
I a. m.i Training Union 6:30p. aim and 7:30: pm. Training :
METHODIST Training Union. 6:45: p. m. Baker pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
m. Evening Worship, 7:30p. : Union 6:30 Rev. Jack '
; :
CHURCH. STARKE p-m. Evening Service, 7:4J.: MidWeek Thursday Visitation 10 8pm. Sing each Friday at i

What would . Sunday Church School m. *. Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY Prayer Service Wednesday e.. m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pa*'
Meeting.-Welt. 1:80
9:45 a. m.; Morning Worship, Player 1:46: p. m tor.
; <*O. A. Meeting, Wet*.. LAKE
_i '11 a.r 111; 'l'he"Chancel Choir p. mr NEW RIVER BAPTIST
I 'will present the cantata 1'This:: 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal, BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST
Is The King" at the morning :' Wed., T:30: p. m.; Brotherhood Sunday School 9:44: r. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. m.

yourwifeSad1fyOtY if : worship hour. Snack Supperfor meeting, last. MondayIn Morning Worship 11 a. m. 6J. W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday Bctoool, 10 a. m.
MYF. 6pm. MYF Meet- each month. Rev David Training Union 6:19: p. m. services: Sunday School, 10 Training Union. 7 p. m. Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m

Ings 6:30.: Evening Worship, Medelros. partor. j Evening Service 7:30: p. m.MldWeek "* m. Preaching 11 a. m. \Vorshlp, 8 p. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. n

"7:30.: ,. .,. Prayer Service Wednesday night service, Evening Service. 7:80.: Prayer
Church Or jiesus Christ Of I Training Union 8:43: p. m.
home Monday Fourth Quarterly Wednesday 7:30: p. .... Come 7:30 welcome. Meeting Wednesday 7:30
Latter dar Saints : p. m. Everyone :
Evening Worship ?
p. m.
wit fn et
'came : Wednesday Conference-7:30.:.:.. Bible p. m.Study, [416 East Call-- St.]0 ,Allen] us Price worship, pastor together. Rev. Everyone welcome J- Elder!: I -L. L. Parker pastor. p.pastor.m.-Rev. R. 1C. Button
and Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. A. O. Flynn. pastor r CHURCH OF CHRIST
Priesthood. 8:44: ; Sunday PINE LEVEL BAPTIST

aids m.Thursday Choir School 10:00: Sacrament Sunday Bcnoov 1B .. m FIRST PBESBYTEltlAII! Sunday: Bible study'' 10 HEILBRONN BAPTIST
t .. 11:00.: Sunday School 9:45
tonightrIf : a. a.
a. m. Morning Worship
: Morning Worship, 11 a, m ;
: Rehearsal. j
I Branch President Sunday School!, 9:46: a. m. Morning Worxnlp, 11 a. m.
Communion Service 11 a. m.
Friday Junior Cbolr Rehearsal. "v. Dean Hansen. 984-B278. Pre-ServtoM [Booster :band,
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Training: Union. 6:30: p. i.
FIR ST.ASSEMBLY.OF GOD Young People and Prayer Evening services 6:00.:
Youth Fellowship, e m. Training Union 7:00 in
Service. <6<
OF STARKB I.t. m. Xvenbh Wednesday Worship service -
it's a Cutlass, she'll take one look and l kiss you. \. Choir rraotlce Wednesday Evening Service. 8:00.: :Midweek
West Weldon St. and Ral- Worship 7 Midweek
And when you tell her Cutlass cost less money \ iGM i, ADDING MACHINES: Manual k m. 8 pm.Rev.. 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. Prayer Service, 7:39
ford Roftd. .
._ ervlce.. Wednesday. 7:30 I Bell. .
For Ie or p m. Wedneaday.
'' or el Jtri. p.
than a lot of cars:with low-priced "names; ,she'llkiss tit" rent. Adi, subtract credit bal- I 6undar School: 10:00: a. m. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. pastor' Robert D. Buroh.
An Olds make( 11'4. "r 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship;
you again. can..! anxon : 1 ance_ Bradford County Tele- v _
hero gt home. See your nearest Olds dealer. i;.r grapi 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services Service: 7:00:
; ; p. m.
Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. MidWeek -

0 11a' -- Prayer Meeting Future
In Your
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MIDDLE DISTRICT of Florida Pastor: Rw. George Green. '
kfloiivlllo Dlvl\ inn United
Slain of America, plaintiff vn Jr.
James I*. HurrlHh and. lri>n.. HHurrlHh .
/ his wife s 'ft-ndiintn> MORA? ROAD CHAPEL AT i I
Nu 07-741 Clv-J. Ordar or
Service, by Publlrntton. TMtuuKe I i!
r came! to .Im heard upon the Sunday-0:43: : a. m. Sunday 4klisyukeleilawtlaaa; IIyYIIR
.. motion of plaintiff for an order School. 11:00: a m. Morning
-for ..rvl.... by publication and It Worship! 6:00: p. m. Training
appearing. that this .action! hun
Union, 7.00: m. Evening
been brought for the enforcement
of a lien aacalnnt. real. ]I Worship.
I property situate. within, the Wednesday 7:30: Prayer, _
:Middle District of Florida! that
the defendant Irene 1) Piirrlnh, Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes-
cannot be served. wlthlr\ the nJsht-7:00: p. m. Family
State of Florida; that "t I 1jhe
not practicable. to serve ...1 Nights
personally and that she fulfillment
not voluntarily. appeared herein BET1IEE BAPTIST CHtTBCP -
: It In therefore ORDISUnn afnllowe '
I. The defendant. Sunday School, 10 'a. m '
Irene B. Parrlnh, shall appoti of God s word < w".a
: In thin cause and plead to.th' Morning Worship, 11 a. m : I
complaint filed. herein on obrfoie Evening Worship, 'T.JO; p. m
May 7, iV68 ; o-r in de.
; fault thereof the Court shall Prayer Meeting' 7:30: p m In the Old Testament Our Lard'sI

cause proceel.m to If Bald Jnrtujjient/ defendant In this had Wedne.ada.y.-Re.. J. C. Hesters birth.death and also' a'a'I

.OI been served with process within ,,pastor. .II '-. '1 I /
the State of "Florida. a. Thl I, His resurrection were. foretold.
order bit published In a new*. HOVE: APTISTcmmon)

paper In Bradford of general County,circulation Florida IHIxhway: 100 al Threes) 1 I These events were proclaimed

not lean. than once each" week I Sunday' School 10 a. m. tMn"pA' ,e0. / '
for six conHorutlv:, _IE. prior Morning Worship-it a. m. I and written about long before 4 .. ,, .

I j) I Get a better buy during :On' 'the return In, Chambers DO-il-1 dllta herelnaboyedesignated AND, ,nt Jack ORDI.KI.1J Training'"' Union..;... Evening Worship 7:13: /
mobile savin'scason' onvllle, Florlila'thl" 11th day God saw that these prophesies
"young or March 1108 CHAUL.FS BSCOTT. ;1.1110' ? ::
-Of IICUUNC..* JU1>UbJ. jVignt /
Wednesday Payer I were -thai these things .k>:''
8-21 (t 4-2
Services:! 7:30: p. m. Rev.
Merle.' Packham pastor. I i were accomplished. Hotel 6i3:: .. ,. f /

BOAT *'"1I.rrlJT! I ?' prophesies Christ rising :; fir (k;. ;

CHURCH tSTARKB from the dead. The scripture 4
Sunday School 10 a.m. that Jesus h 1 I \
Morning Worship 11 a.m. I I say now attve a,,,# uh I ,

r t tt Training Union, 6 p.m. Eve-,: that He sits oil the right hand] : irr.rM "' ... ..

ning Worship 7 pm.: Prayer, of God and Intercedes. for uv '' ""
Meeting, Wednesday,:,7 r.. vp.m.NORTIISIDB I 4,
r BATOHT- I II and that as He.rose from the grave

Located,,en ,..yu.e UJiway1' we,who .are in Christ, ,will rise also Ya '

'/laR 2231)at Rattord. Road I On this commemorating Easter a. 4

[test 161. Service: Sundaj
School iO a. .... jpundaj let us all be In God's house to x ; 1

t Morning Worship, 11 a. m rejoice in this promise, ly
Training Union 4:30: p. m.
Evening Service "7:30.: : Mid, ( '7

Week: Prayer Service!! Wed_ ... '. ...:m:.*: J. : mn Nr;,+;)M.':;.,t'fiti' :;:: : : ;:V S"r.; :'::!:}YLSSW.nNxHM'vY::; : ;:''' ': : ::;:;:: ;l, :.. ,1\ ...,syK ry orq;

I WEST nan day., J 7:30.:88toI'-. Rev. Glenn Law- ii IMewaIi; Cfi aflwMW*HMJ l"IIIIs mH(W:vrarfMt'DM' brwwMp:' '' ol;Hit;bfcf :> tNI'\ : "::,:!

; ''. I Ma.a4 et Hji.im4. .. In me M... DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH .:: IM nvnelnf la. .Hw.. Int .* M,M.fntnimnl, ,er utltlt M ny il/ lilt! will 'long ; i
BROOKER t' .vumra end DM... Irwfcm iriikk>i.Ut..M diet will"twrftokhr" pin tS.herders' MMkm Ii..:
!( School .'.. .Mlty""" Mint rf.taw,m.ihouM. weed lh.0idl\ ,. l let tin .aka tf,Kw wllgfi., / :r
w ;!
; cash & Sunday 10 a. m. .( .WamH.. .f. mt Mi ,..H,.I.r>n4"Idol' ,.hnmr. ,awry tortes( thiuM' "uflnM" mt. tflkiH : ; ,
carry 11'a
Training Morning Union.Worship 6:30: p. m.Even11'14r m.. '" <..h"Ita'" Own! ,WWM a I h tile Its huh. ...tawl,Mm' lily Ira.. aW.aiilbA. .lbs. lOl iil:::
era alikli rim nil at Mm.(m,It the' II s AIM sf Service '::30. Rev. : ... ,. .
I Lacy Conway pastor.. .
I ,:Y.4: 'Y. );!':Wi y :: ;m: % ?ev.4T: sts >w.y,;;:::fi;s:* :;r:::mxxThU ; :: :r-;:' S70y.Y.wm.J::;'

I J MATERIALS: I. 12..1; ......r.. FIRST Sunday CHRISTIAN Services:CHURCH: Sunday Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community- by the Follow.

School 9:45: a. m. Morning!
H E ing Civic-Minded Business
I Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening I .
1yINDOIvSCIi1INS: ( Service. 6.30: p. m. Midweek
I SPEC/41 Service Wednesday 7:15: p. FAULKNER Edwards & STARKE BUILDERS
rj ; : : [p ; m.Charles Reese minister. SINCLAIR SERVICE I Grocery


.... CHURCH. STARKE Featuring Age HardwareComplete [
II- AhC1/1\t'N Service schedule for the Truck Trailer Groceries 'Meats-FeedaGa PaID 8oppU
[l ll1'IRE II
:h" SCnl I N W A' .T-E'R Lenten season: &OU and Sporting! Oooda
f fIY1jjk'n Complete Lubrication .
: :-1 Wednesday 7:30: p.m., CHXIUK> WITH UB naarr
.1 Minor Tune-ups Ph. 964-5312 Starke Fla.
rt Evening Prayer.
)'j HEATS' :=:' Sundays: Holy Communion 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 J19 Mhlnrton Bt. B644U70

1st and 5th, 11 a. m.; 3rd. 8

a. m. Morning Prayer and ..... Lawson Market
Sermon, 2nd, 3rd and 4th.I DOYLE CONNER Des

LEAF '3.i" i 11 a.m.FIRST I Insurance Agency AND 1tAGE

I' ; j I, RAlt' BAPTIST CHURCH- 8-A-V-E OF STARKB INC. Wo Specialize Inc.! CuttlnjWnpplmt ta Custom 8laq1a.- .

RAKES I' STARKE U.s. 301 NORTH Prepared For Deep Fiui pFSONLr
Easter Sunday April 14: With Your Mutual Agent
I" Sunrise Service, First Presbyterian Ph. 964-7600 Starke, Fla. 894-7058
14ft! Church. 6 a. m. Sunday I 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369

99C'.30cfflJ.DN 0 School 9:45.: Morning\ Worship -I
{ / !/ 'Y 0\1.\: ... 4 *
\ = .. at 11. sermon: "He Liv- VICKERY GARAGE
l' \ I es." Training Union, 6:15.: BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
1.1-: Gnte..viilee, ."".... .-. W.Ido ud" I Evening Worship 7:30: ; sermon 528 S. Walnut St. ..
"Lovest Thou Me "
Yko.a :178604' I Phone TELEGRAPH
"...........,,11'.. 1$0 !. Edpwsoy Monday Youth Choir I EST

".)..'.'.'.0......,,,11I.1f-0II13.. 1Jt3 IId.u .t.. II I ,\S JON'I'Y' 1 Practice 7 p. m. Complete Automotive
I /" t Tuesday Sunbeams, Junior Phone 9646305Printing OHTROLCMIMKU
at !V.!:.281.t !It.. e71e. I'I 'I rG [: Choir 3:30
i A.... ,' C ', 'I ; Primary Choir
Oasn .. P asge .: -
llt-7PII1. dal I 9. j Ito} -- I I J. I Iorlnode "p. m. I For Every Need! s ca
: Office
W. Mlrhleu' A. + I II I Wednesday Prayer MeetIng -I Supplies
41/ ltl'Ii:
PhoneoI. .. 10IL/W.: Bluest .t+ p. m. ChoirPractice. I
I I (in 10: YOla.Ol/.a I I I 1:45.Thursday p>
Petease 4:1H-3-I' : I :
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T.mp..11.1/11'/ \. 3.Uh. gt" fIM-Tlllt: I I'" 'lot. at i Weekday Bible''' 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.
W, p.lm neaeh 4179:: Okeaohe I Class 10 a. m. Visitation 7 Phone 964-5745 for FREE
bee lid. .
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T. -W, A. Hogan, pastor
I ; Company Shell Service
131 L W Jnn" ... 964.6070GENERAL

PAPER Mlmeo Paper, Bond Needy But Nobody. UadenellsOh HWT- SOl & 100 Ph. 964-6111
Paper, Notebook FUlen.- >rl.7 B. "... A.-, Starke Fla. Ph. 964.6881 MS S. WalMt; StemI

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Short Ribs 49 Shoulder "e
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-a------ _- STABKIII. IWV.nR.rDA.' THURSDAY.! :. APRIL 11. 1968 SectIon Three Pace One ____ ____ __ ___ __ -__. u
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Keystone Hilites Raises Granted By Council '0 ',..i S ' urt/ftyor the

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By Regina Schuber For Street And Garbage WorkersRaises _ < lach
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Please Phone in Your Items 473-3067 .
for employees of the Investigate the cost of demolishing 'p .
street and garbage departmentwere the present hangar at r S _. kd1.35-
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS to determine the club champ approved Tuesday night the airport and replacing 1 It ___ ) '
The Democratic Committee ionship. Thursday. April 11, by the Keystone Heights City with a smaller structure that rt
of Clay County held a Rally will be qualifying day for the Council. would suit the needs of Its Y, .5..
Saturday night April 16 at Aiken Trophy Andy Prak. supervisor of present use.I t was reported :eI I
the, Keystone Heights High On Thursday, March 21. the department, was raised that the present hangar Is in t-
School. some of the women attended a from $90 to $95 per week, and bad'condition and would cost I wc- i,ZL
The Woman's Club catered "Oolf-a-Round" at Palatka his two assistants. James too much to repair. "UT4'

the Spaghetti Dnner that pre- where Vonclle Ketch won sec I- Flowers and James Bowman, Two( bids were received on ,i _
ceded the speaking and 142 ond low gross. Martha Hayes _______ Jr. were raised from $64 and i supplying gasoline for city
persons were served. and Zee Tolles were also win- ___ $68 per week to $70 each.It vehicles, but were returned for .:J

The Finance committee of ners. was reported that the more specific Information on .'. ,
the club, :Mrs. E. Voyles, Mrs. CANCER CRUSADEMrs. garbage department needs an- discounts allowed. k

F. Tolles and Mrs. A Ligget John Bird, chairmanof other man for three days Action was delayed on pur- ") _
were In charge of arrangements the Keystone Area of the work: a week, but that so far chase of a new police car. with

assisted by Mrs. J. American Cancer Society April Mrs. Ida Gentry Mrs. A. C. Holt this part-time position had Ray Winans, chairman of the Keystone Lions Honor Top Students
Bird. Mrs. F. Koons, and Mrs. Crusade, had a meeting at not been filled satisfactorily. Safety Committee, instructedto .. ..

K. Liggett. her home Monday evening for Honored At Birthday Luncheon Homer Satterfleld, managerof obtain more complete specifications Hear Talk On Overcoming BlindnessMarilyn { k.
The committees want to members of the Woman's Club the Keystone Airport, reported and bids.

thank all the members of the who were briefed for their Mrs. A. C. Holt of Keystone sented to Mrs Gentry a poetic that a Breakfast Fly- It was reported that about Barclay and Glenn the adverse publicity\ causedby --of her family and particularly
Junior Woman's Club for their work at volunteer collectorsfor I Heights, and Mrs. Ida Gentry, tribute composed by Mrs. Hold. In will be held on Sunday, about 73: feet of sidewalk bep Few, two outstanding studentsof I a few eccentrics. The Key- "Beauty," has largely over
help and all persons who sup- the drive. April 21. sponsored by the tween the Beasley and Burton: '
of Lake Geneva were honored. the Keystone Heights High stone Lions wish them, well in come her lack of vision.
ported this affair to make it BOY SCOUT NEWS Jointly with a beautiful birth The special devotion, given Keystone Aero Club. property which had been destroyed .- School were honored by the their future endeavors" The enthusiasm and prideIn
such a successful evening. Members of Troop 105 Key- I day luncheon given at 12:30: J by Mrs. Leon Milner, was also At the suggestion of Clay during a recent watep Keystone Heights Lions Club The program for this meeting her accomplishments makes
DUPLICATE BRIDGE stone Heights by in keeping with the tribute County Sheriff Jennings Mur- pipe-laying operation, had no't' at its
I accompanied o'clock Monday at !the homeof meeting Monday night. was an entertaining and Mrs. Sheets a person to be envied -
The Duplicate Bridge Club Jack Bannon being paid to the honor guests rhee the Council agreed to yet been replaced. The walk"
counselor for Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Brid- I The club paid tribute to educational discussion by Mrs. rather than pitied and
sponsored by the Woman'sClub Cycling Mrs. Gentry served as postmaster the bond 'of Satterfield to was damaged by the contractorlaying !
Badge. completed a ges Hostesses on this occasion pay Marilyn Barclay, who scored Lester Sheets of Pennsylvaniaand she provided one of the best
meets every Monday 25 mile ride on Sunday, April were Mrs. Bridges, Mrs. JamesR. I at Lake Geneva for 25! be deputized by the sheriff for the pipe and the City 426 on the senior placementtest Keystone Heights. She programs ever presented: to the
evening at the Municipal 7. Chasteen. Mrs. Charles I years before retiring several the airport area. is holding the Keystone WaterWorks and Glenn Few who has been totally blind since .
Building. Play begins promptlyat To earn this merit badge a Wallenius. and Mrs. Philip years ago. She Is 'active in the The Airport Committee, responsible for the re scored 486 out of a possible I960, and is the owner of a Keystone Heights 'Jons Club.
7:30.: Scout must complete six 24 White. Garden Club of the Lakes, and with Charles DOnohoe as placement. score of 495. leader dog presented by the
Last week's winners were: mile rides and a final ride of The two honorees Mrs., her hobby is growing flowers. chairman, was authorized to I / In addition to being out- foundation in Michigan which
1st-Mr. and Mrs. F. Tolles. 50 miles in 10 hours. Holt. 83, and Mrs. Gentry, 92 She Is also active in the Fel- .. standing ,scholars Miss Bar- was started by Lions Clubs in INCOME TAX
2nd Mrs. A. Larsen and lowship Club of Retired Persons I "
Scouts who have completed are long-time residents of the clay was chosen as MtssKHS" that state.
Mrs. J. Dey, three or more qualifying ridesto community and are both noted and the Homemakers Revival Ser.vices -.yyy.yyyyyyy.f wvvvvv' during her senior year, Mrs. Sheets described her RETURNSPrepared
3rd L. Kyle and. S. La- date are: Bruce Bannon 5. for their valuable services in Extension Club. Start a and Mr. Few was an out- feelings at her loss of sight, .-
Coste Mark Jordan 4. Frank Mllner church and civic organiza Mrs. Holt is the wire of SundayAt INDIAN BEACH standing lineman on the foot- which occurred after she By
4thMrs.. M. Carew and 3, Marshall Gallop 3, and tions. Rev. A. C. Holt who recently 1st Baptist I ball team which won two sets Labrador retriever:
Mrs. S. LaCoste. Doug Benson 3. The individual luncheon retired as pastor of the Community (Lake .ante Fe) of encyclopedias for the school reached her late thirties her WM. J. DERMODY

LIBRARY NEWSA The ride began at Magnolia tables held centerpieces Church of Keystone I The First Baptist Church of By: Michael H. Chlttr i through the "It's Academic" "Beauty," a beautiful Golden Recreation ''
book "Hunting" Our Medium Lake and finished there after camellias, and a tall arrange- Heights. She i is active In the Keystone Heights will hold revival Ph. 470-2171 I' television show. school, and her adoption by Center \,
Size Game, by Clyde 25 mile ride-time 3 hours. ment of yellow gladioli form work of the church and the, services starting Sunday &&& & &&.& 4 In referring to the young training at the leader dog Keystone'Heights
Ormond. has been donated the LITTLE LEAGUE I ed the background for the Keystone Heights Woman's evening, April 7, and continuIng students. M. 'J. Haynes, pre Mrs. Sheets refuses to call "-
library in memory of the 'late Two Little League games table where the honor guests Club, and her hobby Is writ- through Sunday morning Greetings, dear hearts) This sident. the Keystone Lions, her blindness a handicap. Her Phone 473-4500
Dr. Donald Chrlstoffers of were played at City Park on were seated. A large silver Ing poetry She has been associated April 21.Rev. Is your happy-go-lucky rolling; said "They are both fine will to be self-sufficient, her j
Keystone Heights. Saturday afternoon, April 6. bowl of pink roses was placedin with her husband in II. R. Carswell, Pastorof reporter with good news. We clean-cut young people, and religious belief, the assistance
There will be a memorial Charles McGIave. president of the living room of the spac- his ministry for more. than 60 the Marietta Baptist have been having some lovely the type more representativeof ,
book shelf In the library for the League conducted. the ious Bridges home on Lake years. I Church of Jacksonville will be weather, Including some much our teenagers today than
future donations. Other books opening ceremony. Everett Fox Geneva.A Other special guests at the the evangelist. He holds a. needed showers. Everyone X: I
have been given to the library is head umpire; assistant, beautifully decorated luncheon,' in addition to circle Bachelor's Degree from William see is proud that Spring Is

'by Mrs. Lindsay Walker and Marvin Homer. Results: birthday cake and other gifts members, were Dr. Holt, Mr. Carey College, Hattles- finally here. Santa Fe and took their sor

Mrs. A. Bralnard. 1st game Volunteers 10 were presented to the honoreesby Bridges, Mrs. James' Cook, burg. MIss. and is a theology My Grandmother Copeland.and .',' in to Jacksonville for a med ,.6. if it'svacation
GOLF NEWS Scales 1-Jimmy Morgan was the Nightengale Circle, Mrs. John Humble Mrs. Wal- graduate of the Baptist Bible I have been enjoying: ical checkup. The Edens have
The regular monthly busi- the winning pitcher. 2nd game whose members attended the ter Orolick, Mrs. Bert Christ- Institute of Qracevllle. Fif Is fishing off our dock lately. In bought a lot in Seminole '-'
ness meeting and luncheonwas -Belote Drugs 2, Cunning- luncheon. offers Sr.. Mrs Milner, wife of an outstanding preacher and lour evenings we caught over Shores [ton the east; shore] i ::;
postponed to Thursday. ham Gulf 1Brett Cole winning Following the luncheon, the present Community Bible teacher and a successful 70 fish, bream and shellcrack- and plan to retire here In

April 11. : pitcher. which was under the super- Church pastor; Mrs. John pastor. having held pastoratesIn I ers. Monday and ThursdaY' about five years. I
The semi-finals for the Pres I Next games scheduled for vision of Mrs. R. A. Gaunt, I rird, president of the ChurchWomen Alabama Mississippi, and evening Uncle Alfred Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Smith -f4d' ,' money
idents' Trophy was played last April 13. at 4:30: p. m. at City the circle meeting was held, and:! Mr. and Mrs. E. Florida. and Mr. Waters came down and family of Live Oak, Mr. ,
week. Zee Tolles won over Park. and Mrs. Holt read and pre- L. Matthews, of Starke. The revival music will be and fished with us. Saturday. and Mrs. Keith Cheshire of you need
Kathy Redfern, one down : HERE AND THERE directed by Thomas C. Locke, Uncle Alfred returned to celebrate -I Alachua and Mr. and Mrs. X.
and Mildred Sutton defeated Correction: Sst. George F. Minister of Education of the his birthday. Along with, M. Smith and family of I
Louise Gallop In a "sudden 'Allen returned last week froma Springfield Baptist Church of him was his wife, Corlne. their Starke were weekend visitors

tfeath" play off. tour of duty in Vietnam. Keystone Heights.. ... Hewlll be home next week for, 'Jackspnvllle.i .Mr. Locke attendecTstetson daughter and family; Fay.I,S of Mrs. H. T. Smith. I
M t ho ,willSCIIKIHM.h sbart thls'wI I His,' mother'M1's-LeQa'.C: "IhcTEaster holidays.' j
I men :;'reported"HUT'tahlr! Little League Mrs.'BerrJceGarto" spent' received! the. Bachelor of Divinity Hamilton. We were see it, there was some news of

SpcciJt; unaware he had achiever Opens Season the weekend In Waldo visiting Degree from the Luther have a cookout but >the rain r our-1 road. In' .he paper the 1608 .AiMt'4* M.P.. 43
; his promotion to Sgt. Our her sister-in-law and brother, Rice Baptist Seminary. I L, thought otherwise. They enJoyed other day. It said that the
OF} SERVICES I apologies to George. I Volunteers And Belotes Win Mr. .and Mrs. A. D. Martin. Services will begin at 7:30: }1|r wishing and went for a Bradford County Commissioners I I We make vacation dreams

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Albert I The Keystone Heights Little Mr. Martin his home after each evening.! The public Is boatrlde. Sunday my aunt and had decided to pave the with the magic of
PARKof I of Okinawa visited Mr. and League/ baseball season opened several weeks ir. the hospital. invited 'to attend. uncle Teenle and Roy Cren- short section between the boat I come true

the Mrs. John Bird enroute to I Saturday:! night with wins by I'I'I Mr. and Mrs. T M. Bablng- There will be two morning I shaw and son Jerry of Gainesville ramp on little Santa Fe and I I ready cashl. Personal Loans
and and Jean the canal big Santa Fe
Tony on so
their future retirement home the Volunteers and Belotes ton of Melbourr.e spent few worship services at church on from Bank fast
a our are
Ball and Shawn of Key- that the two roads
PALMSSUNJ In Safety Harbor, Clearwater.Two Drugs. The Volunteers, spon-,, days visiting Mrs. Bablngton's Easter Sunday at 3:30: and 11 son paved
stone Heights the day would meet. It this Is 10 You lean usl
spent done we '
Florida Federation:: ofWoman's sored, by the Fire Department''' sister, and family Mr. and a. m. I !V-cost. can on
with and nice will be able to into Starkeon
us we enjoyed a go
YS Club signs have been took the opener easly by 10 to I I' Mrs Ovid Oano and Melissa.
I'I. bass dinner. a paved road. It also said
removed from Et. 21 one
11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M. I, over Scales | Blood Is badly needed by the that bids
would be let the last
Estates Freeman and Myrtice Dau-
near Keystone Club Martin all Melrose Blood NEWS
THURSDAYS' Jimmy pitched Community NOTESBy
the Drive-In ghtery and Fonden and RuthDaughter of the year or the first of
and near
the way for the Volunteers, I Bank as the present supply Is next
of these
7:30 PAL of Jacksonville year. Maybe one
Will pranksters
Theatre. /
striking out eleven batters. down to one pint. Donationscan Helen Egan I
Louise and Smith of years be will have a paved
FUNDAMENTALBtBtE them to original Smitty
please return Scales used three pitchers be made at the Alachua road. ",' .."'.,...,_
TEACHING locations? TQmmy Smart, Bill Brown General Hospital throughoutthe Gainesville and Danny and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goswick
WOMAN'S CLUB Sue Lutgen of Keystone
week. The Blood Bank Is EASTERN STAR
and Bobby Grayson. Orayson KEYSTONE STATE
All Seri Jce. Meld In The The regular meeting of the I on Thursdays until 3:30 The regular bi-monthly Heights were Sunday guests of Gainesville were luncheon
scored the only Scales run.Cunningham's open :
will be of the Lucky Lutgens. The guests of Jack and Lou Miller I ..
New RiMe Ontpr Woman's Club -
Junior and 8:30 til 11:30 meeting<< of Keystone
p. m. : : on Chapter Member
Gulf scoredj on Monday, Joe Norris of F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights Fla
held Thursday night April 11.I ) Saturday mornings. Anyone OES was held on April 2 in Lutgens had word from their I ,
In the second Be-, Santa. Fe and
at 8 p. m. at the Clay Electric early game. who can donate any blood is the chapter room. Following son Bill who Is stationed in Wendy Wllker- "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
lotW got two in the fifth and Minnesota that he Is to be son of Gainesville. ,
\ EYSTONEHEIGHTS Co-op The building.installation of officers I held the lead for a final 2-1 urged/ to do so. the business session, a social married June 3rd. Saturday night, T. C. Miller Community." ,
victory. Volunteers are being; soughtto was held and farewells [Contln'-,*1 on Next Page]
will be conducted. help with the care of Wally were expressed to Mr. and Kathleen Mclnnes of Ocala
Mrs. William Young has I, T'ret Cole was Belote's' wln- Crews, who is an Invalid. His Mrs. Royal Shultis. who will ppent Sunday with her broth

been named "Junior Woman';, nl g pitcher with 15 strike wife Is unable to lift him a- be back in their Sun Prairie. er-in-law, and sister. Pap and TO THE
of the Year." outs.Kent lone and needs help badly. She Wls. home this weekend. Mr. Reba Norsworthv. I CITIZENS OF CLAY COUNTY:

ST. ANNES' NEWS I Morgan Cunning especially needs help at 8:00a. : Shultis is the retired fire chief Mrs. Jerry Oulledue' and Dear Friends"
Rev. Gordon Bennett will be ham's pitcher struck out 16. m, 12:00: noon, and 8:00: p. of his' home town, and feels It children, and Mrs. Sandra I, : ne

DIRECTORY Celebrant of the Holy Communion yyyyyyylMELROSE m. Anyone who can help; is wedded to his city that they Bedford of Monroe, N. C. were I Four years ago I submitted myself as a candidate
on Maundy yy.yyvvyyyy asked to call at the Methodist plan to be only winter visitors visiting her brotherinlawand for County Commissioner. This
7:30: p. m. The new liturgy Parsonage or the home of here. sister, Mr. and Mrs. David was my first venture into
BEAUTY SHOPKEYSTONE will be used for the first time Richard Moore and advise It was reported that Mrs. Rape, over the weekend. They I field of politics.!! Your reaction to this was *o en-
at St. Anne's. Father Bennett It couraging that I feel it unfair not to offer myself ,once
what time they could help. Gertrude Hubbard has under- enjoyed visiting Six Gun Territory I :'-
will also say the Mass Easter Rowe takes two women or one man gone eye surgery recent but is while here. Mrs. Rape's :"atfuin. to serve in this!'! most important position.
I Sunday at St. Anne's. By Joyce to lift Mr Crews. better now. Mrs. Julian King mother. Mrs. Tessie Bowles. -The results of the last campaign; clearly indicated. \

BEAUTY SHOP Choir Rehearsal for Easter: "4 The Melrose Aotlon Committee a semi-Invalid for a longtime returned to North CaroJnai I I hat the people of Clay County would like to see a change. i
FAith Johnson Owner : Services will follow the Thurs- and is presently collecting needs a sisterly or with Mrs. Oulledge. I I For example, when the votes were counted, it was learned
Guests last week of Mr.
I Personal & Creative Hair Styl- ,, day evening service. I i articles to be sold at their brotherly hand and heart. Billy Weber was visiting his, that the majority of the people in district had
will Mrs. R. M. Cason were their| my own
ing Every Form of Beauty Good Friday services Flea Market May 11 in the Sympathy is extended to parents, Mr. and Mrs. James S voted for These
Culture Tucs.-Sat. 9eloscd; : be held at St. Anne's from 13, children, Ralph J. Cason of I yartt': of the Episcopal Church. Mrs.. Leamon Ward. P 3(.. in RobbIns, over the weekend.I me. : are the people who have known me
| Won. noon to 3 p. m. Rev. Law Palatka, Mrs. J. V. Ford of Books magazines furniture, the loss of her mother recently Sunday afternoon they had a I personally for many, many years. You also paid me the
I of the Palatka, Mrs. Cecil Harris of ccmpliment of giving me a majority vote in five other
Keystone 473-486A rence Carroll, pastor or any other usuable articles ) short visit from Mr. and Mrs.
Keystone Baptist Church, will Welaka, and Mrs. George that you no longer need would' The next meeting will be J. H. Smith and William precincts, making a total of half of the 12 precincts in

NURSERY be a guest speaker at this ser Thigpen of East Palatka. be appreciated. Articles can be' held' on April 18 when Wor-: Strickland of Jacksonville.Paul our county, INCLUDING MY OWN WHERE TilE CAN-
I vice. The public 1 IS invited to Mr. and Mrs. Andy Dunk of left at the home of Richard, thy Grand Patron Hector Lee and Gregory I DIDATES WERE nEST KNOWN.Now .

O.C. Carries join St. Anne's In this service.: Miami spent the weekend visIting Moore or they will be pickedup. Ownbey will report on the Strandberg of Jacksonville I am faced with the task of making myself
Nursery and Mrs. I
of her parents, Mr. j
District Three meeting Simply call 473-4221. weekend with Mrs.
Grand Chapter and Past Ma- spent the known to t those of you who are not personally acquainted
and other
will E. M. Robinson i
Hwy. 100 Florahome 659-2185 the Women of the Church BRIDGE
trons and Past Patrons will Jo Strandberg Dorothy.
willI me. Toward/ this end I shall do
friends and relatives In Mel- best.
Starke my
In Melrose
Nursery Stock Thousand be held at St Mark's Winners of the be honored. Sam and Charles Henry But-
of Plant* &: Fruit! Tree to on April 24. Anyone from St. rose.Mrs. Duplicate Bridge Club last COMMUNITY CHURCH ler of Ormond Beach spent If you should see fit to have me serve as your County
choose from Shade Trees, Evergreens Anne's Interested in going W. P. Ducan and her week were: Mrs. Roland Bryan The Women of the Church Sunday. Commissioner, I pledge myself to work for YOUR best
&: Landscape Plants in please contact Mrs. Alex Bro- daughter, Kay Tringle of and Mrs. C. V. Home. 1st held their monthly general Mr. and Mrs. Andy Boswefl interests, leaving personal feelings; out of the business of

I containers. kas. Daytona spent the weekend In place: Mrs. B. A. Allen and meeting: on April 1. when the were In Jacksonville on business making this a better county in which to live. I shall work
Camellias & Azaleas Barnesville, Ga visiting Cadet Mrs. J. W. Foster 2nd place; following officers were elected: / a few days last week. with anyone having a desire to see this county: grow and
I Let; U.. Do Your Tony Duncan, who attends
W. J. Orolick and Mrs. J.
Mrs. President. Mrs. Roy Turknett; Mr and Mrs. Frank LaGras- pro'jer.
Ei Gordon Military College there. W. Strawn. Mrs. F. S. Hub- Vice President. Mrs. Frank 118 of Gainesville and Mrs. I realize that we live in a changing world and thatwe

IITSFD!' CARS bard and Mrs. Paul Johnson Ilgen; 2nd Vice President, Dorothy Bryant of Cedar Key must:! be willing to accept and encourage: changes: that
tied for 3rd.WOMAN'S Mrs. F. L. Stephens Secre- and her three sisters of
EPISCOPALSt. ; bring about a higher standard of I
Hanks living.: promise to be
Used Cars : CLUB Gainesville visiting :Mr.
Don Wallace: were
,-BAPTIST Anne's Church. Morning tary. Mrs. open minded in any matters of business with which I
Mrs. Witherspoon presidedover "nd Mr. Owen Bryant on may'be I
Mrs. Betsy
BIG CASH DISCOUNT First Baptist Church Rev. Prayer and Sermon, 1st, 3rd the business meeting of Treasurer Ray confronted.
TERMS Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sunday -' and 4th Sunday, 9:30: a. m. Bowen. Sunday. I
regular semi-monthly mother Finally, I promise to the of
BUY SELL TRADE the Mrs. Moorer, her serve you, people Clay
School. 9:45: a. m. Wor- Holy Eucharist and sermon Mrs. Ilgen arranged an interesting &
( meeting of the Melrose Wornan's and granddaughter of Atlanta. County, regardless of political personal Interests
Rt. 1 Box: JMI > pressures ,
ship Services 11 a. m 2nd Sunday. 9:30: a. m. [Nursery talk and films by a ,
I Hwy. tOO 8 Mile S. nta.rk.CONCRETE 7:30: p. m. Training Union,I IS open for all services.] club. speaker from the Christian Ga. are spending a month at or anything else that would reflect discredit to the officeto
Hostesses for the meetingwere Oriffin's Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. which I am elected. Your support during this
for Herald.
p ::30 p. m. Nursery wen Dally offices of Morning and campaignand
I PRODUCTS all services. Evening Prayer. 8 a. m. and 5 H. R.: Mrs.McCracken D. H. Cooper.Mrs. N.Mrs.O. SILVER TEA Kunapke spending This of Dayton.week there.Ohio are your vote on May 7, 1968, will be most sincerely ap

p. in. Rev. William L Jones, The annual Silver Tea. a preciated.
CATHOLIC Peck Mrs. F. T. Hogue and Mrs. McLean and Mrs. Minorof \
INSIST THAT ALL TOtTBCONCKZTE St. William's Church-Sun- Vicar. Mrs. Robert Clare. highlight of the social ceason. California, and Mrs. Kuy-

: PRODUCTS day Mass 9 a. m. Wednesday. LUTHERAN SCHOOL NEWS was held Wednesday April 3. kendall:: of Jacksonville were
ARE THE PEST FROBEdward' Mass and Novena. 7 p. m. Divine Worship. 11 a. m Six members of the Melrose The tea table was covered Lilting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ernest HatcherCandidate
COJIMUNITV: CHURCH Sunday. Holy Communion. 2nd Chorus attended a concert at with a lace cloth and centered I Kite./: Jr. Sunday. Miss\ Becky
Building Sunday School. 9:40: am.. Sunday. Services held each the University of Florida with a silver bowl of spring Sapp of Gainesville was the
Supply Inc. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal Tuesday! night. Those attending flowers. Mrs. Walter Orolick guest of Rodney Kite.
Nursery' at 11 o'clock service Church. Richard Meyer Included Judy Sapp Linda and Mrs. William Wala: served Mr. and :Mrs. Charles T. For County Commissioner District 3
726 8. MI3714S44O1N1.SVLIE. only. Rw. Leon F. Mllner minister Price. Pat CUmbus. Sue St r- from antique silver services Edens and son of Atlanta, Ga. ,
FLA. ')r, line Diane Addison and Mrs. [Continued On Next Page 1S I spent. few days at Mrs. (Political Adv. Paid for by Ernest Hatcher)
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It was decided to put up a aid's Circle at the home of others. day. Hood, Texas. over the weekend. U6S.CHARrE DARBY Street. Pout Office Drttb.I .
MELROSE community bulletin board at Mrs. B. Schroeder with Mis. Not to mention the fact Mr./ and Mrs. A M. Hersey There will be an Easter Egg I Edward Saxon left Saturdayfor Cleric at the A Circuit Court 1228.before Gainesville the S2nil, day Florll1a.of Ap?l'l lor |
the Post Office.A McDonald as co-hostess; Mrs. That they're fighting against Jr. and son were In Palatkaon Party for all Jr. Prtajary} Sim-. Michigan where be will be By Bnulnh) M. ;Moody HC8. and If you fall to da" I Ia
petition was sent to the L. Norwood's Circle at the their brothers.So Friday to attend the Ro day sdhojl! classes at the Baptist Deputy CUrkS, 4t 4.11 Default. Judgment WIlIO :M
t Prom Preceedng Page ]1 Florida State Road Department home of Mrs. R. Strpllug with poor bewildered Leeon, deo. Church on Friday. April emploYed Mrs. Saxon expects lief talcon demanded uijalnst you In the for Amu the r:

The International Relationship regarding road signs at Mra. A. Lebert as co-hostess: Sadly shook his head. Miss Mary Lue Gnann, and 12, from 2 till 5. Everyone to Join him alter school la- out. IV: TUB) CIRClir IOVHT OF. Complaint and thereafter' d
the school crossing. Mrs. O. Orollck's Circle will "I wish I hadn't accompaniedhis two ". Kiottmnun: 'i'ii ji lll4l.t'lII4tIl' onuoB shall proceed r.\': Pkrtd
Club made about $25.00 !got up today, Butch Redding: please bring eggs and a AIM FOIt Dhl" )- wiTNW my nana SI
on their bake Bale, held last It was decided to have a meet at the home of Mrs. E. I think I'll go back to bed"; parents and sister, Chris, new prospect for Sunday r>J CIRCUIT NOTICE TO COURT.DRKRNO BRAD. FOlIO COUNTY.. IV CIVII. ACTION. of nld! Court thin. 19th dl\r", 51Mnrrh
Saturday. The club is raising flea market May 11 to help Watson ILake Geneva] with to Pensacola this week. school. dames win be played. FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA: IH: CASK :NO; Lnvnxn: 1MO!:: I'' A. D. 1968, at StirlVI
money for a trip. raise money for some of these Mrs. D. Koons co-hostess. Mrs. ,v.vvvvVyvyyuvy'Vyyy Mr. and Mrs. Bill Swanson Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith CHANCERY.Cane. No. ITS MAiuoniE cox plaintiff Florida Charles. A. Darby "il

The Melrose Chorus will projects. N. Lagasse's Circle not an- of Jacksonville visited her and family were supper guests WILLIAM ROBERT MrRAB eq. Clerk of the ClroI.it..cot.t, : ,

visit ,the Stephen Foster Memorial nounced. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Adkins ... Plaintiff, FRANCIS LEVBNI3.: Defendant.AMEMIKD lllKhth In and Kor Braurord' C.rruit
at White Springs Mrs F. Turknett morning THERESSABy and Mrs. Willie Hersey, Sunday on Wednesday night. MART LOUISa McRAB TOUCH County. Florida
Thursday. NEWS NOTES circle meets at 9:30: at the afternoon. Mrs. Frank Brown and girls Defendant. IN THIS NAM: OF TilE STATE: By: Beulah M. Moody
NOTICH TO APPEAR FI. home of Mrs. Ruth Qreeson Dorothy Mill OP l
Peggy Bradley. Melissa of Winter Haven IjrVENH/
were visiting To: Mary Louise McRae. TO: FRANCIS 3-21 It t'll
Qano, and Mrs. Stephenson Mrs. Wm. Warren's Rebecca Phone 4734318'VVVVVYvYVyiyyyyyyyy uvyyvymV1V'PYYVVYV'' Mrs. T. F. Brown on Satu You are hereby notified tha.ta c-o Mr D. Levene Parkway ,
meet [fat present milt for divorce has been fliedajaln.t 2852 Oauphlne] Inland ,
FHA sponsor attended an t Prom Preceedng Page ] Circle will rday. you In the above named ,
FHA Convention In Jacksonville placed at either end of the reporting at 8 p. m. with HAMPTONBy John Farkas arrived home Court and cauie and you are )Mnbll, Alabnma 36000 -
last weekend. table. Mrs. Frank Ilgen Hope Baptist Church required tOo serve a copy of youran.wer ',nt. ARE IIKHKBT!': NOTIFIIID between 301
Sunday after serving in Thailand fur divorce
The Chorus will sing for the Hostesses catering the tea The Executive Committee Sunday School, 10 a. m; Williamsaaaaaaaaa&aaA4.A4Aa in the Air Force. or on pleading1 the Plaintiff to the. complaint At- : you that ult and 1 the 1'111 1 nllCf,
PTA meeting April 22. were Mrs. Voncllle Ketch, and with Mrs. A. C. Gaunt and Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; Mrs. Mary torney lion Lex f1r,.m. Stark, M4IMcmiR COX LKVEN13, himhff .
MAC MEETING Mrs. S. E. Kennedy and their Mrs. Walter Orollck as cochairman Training Union 6:30: ; Evening Li Mrs. Leola Sculthrop of Florida. and file the. original In ) .n filed aKu4nflt MAKJOKI1S:YOU ns COX th.Cendant. -

Wesley Chestnut from, the committee. Teenage girls served -, will cater the Hars- Worship, 7:13: p. m. Wednes- Richmond, Va. arrived Sundayfor the Circuit office Court of the on or Clerk before of the the i..ivivn;:;. : by an i-iuintirr l in. the
Putnam County OEO, presen- as junior hostesses. I fall-Brooks wedding reception day evening Prayer Service begins YWA CONFERENCE a visit with Mrs. M. L 15th day of April 1968; other- above. "t--I.1: l Court, and cauneanil DRIVE-IN
of the Hampton Watterson.Mrs. wine the allegation of laid vmt, ,nit required' to file your
at the Four members
Mrs. .
ted the Corporation Charterto Following refreshments, following the ceremony at 7:30 p. m. with choir Complaint will be taken a. confexiied dttfeni 01: answer to tire
the Melrose Action Committee Frank Ilgen Introduced Dr. Community Church on April practice following the service Young Woman's Auxiliary Dimple Courson of Savannah by you. An-ifinlfcl, fnmplalnt an flied OPEN SUNDOWN
of About 100 guestsare and their leader attended the On. and Mr. and This notice shall be publishedonce thi-r,,in with the Clerk of the'lr
at the monthly meetIng Harplck Hovan. director 20 at 2 p. m Eighty-three were presentfor confer- Mrs each week for four con- "' | nil 1 Court; In anil for Brailn Show Begins at 7 PJI.!
the Viking Chorale of St. expected. Sunday School and fifteenth annual state Burney Higgins of Flint MIch. ( MC. Starke
Tuesday night. This makes a good vecutlve weeka In *he BRADFORD i r'l "iint"i I .1 rt foil ADMISSION
them a non-profit action Johns River Junior College, hOMEMAKERS CLUB number for morning worship ence held April 5-6 at Lake were visiting John Parker and, COUNTY TraMiORAPH. Florida' and! nerve i .a nopy tnertjf *- I
group. who presented the group of 21 The Keystone CommunityClub musical highlights of which Yale Baptist Assembly near Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parker Dated thla It'tt day of March, uii.jn" said. Plaintiff attorney. Adults% 75c Students 60t

Other items of business Included young people in a program including -' of Clay County will meet were .special numbers by the Eustis. The theme for this ChiJ ren Under 12 Free
: : classical modern, and at 10 a. m. on April 17 In the choir and Ralph Bryant.We year's conference was "A
The group which had visited "barber shop quartet" num- Clay Electric conference room. stand once more on the world of Our Own." I Friday Saturday, Sunday \
bers. Mrs. Margaret Nelson extension threshold of Easter NineteenCenturies In addition to hearing a. Florida
the school recommended a TheatreFRI. APRIL 12, 13, 14i4ieI ,
class for exceptional children Mrs. Raymond Farris served home agent will continuethe ; have come and gone message from the Southern
grounds improvement and as. general chairman of this weight control class. since the world's most radiant Baptist Convention YWA DI-
plant renovation and additional outstanding affair. Mrs. Roy Friends In the community are and loving personality was put rector, Miss Betty Bock, the iIemtIOdUCtIsIrctt ,
such program ., SAT., SUN., MON., TUES. APRIL 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
custodial care. A letter Turknett and Mrs. Ruth Gree- invited to attend. to death upon a dark girls
to this effect was sent to the son fashioned the stage back- PERSONALSSympathy outside the city gate. To the I highlights as missionary interviews

Board of Public Instruction.A I drop with trellis and arborsof Is extended to untold number of men and,' individual conferences liTHE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE, a zinging, heel-thumping
letter wn sent to' the roses and ivy. completewith Mrs. Alice Dwyer and her women staggering under their lad by Missionaries, and outstanding -

safety patrolman at the school, a garden awing. family In the recent loss of own crosses of anxiety and state leaders and musical made of the magical l .stuff f{ of 'Mary PoppinsT
crossing thanking him for his: CIRCLE MEETINGS her husband, Edmund, Sr. need the Cross of Christ Is a missionary messages. "The
service. I The regular meetings of the The Dwyers were active In the greater reality than ever. Our ,Another feature which the tr.L:: .. -GOOD HOUSEKEePINQMacMURRAY m ,

A summer recreation program -,!I Church Women will be held at Community Church, where for nation is burdened with problems girls enjoyed was the presentation :
was discussed. 1::30. as follows: Mrs. McDon- several years they haW been as Indeed are each one of of "Good News" by the therniL)
honored on their wedding anniversary us. It would seem that now, as Bu group from Stetson University : r WaJt1)J8JleYk) of
"Oood News" is a
exceeding BO years. never before we stand in needof
NEED READY CASH? Southern hospitality was comfort of the Cross and musical method youth groups i1appj3ffi1liona
shown when Mr. and Mrs. the constant guidance of our have used to give their Christian ...1I..u..1Ir- .
Phillip Stockwell of Massach- Saviour. Won't you Join with testimony outside the : .
usetts met with a serious auto me and the members and typical Church setting
Come See Us! : .
accident about a month) ago. friends of Hope Church as we On Saturday afternoon the PLUS !
1_ They had been visiting; Mrs. celebrate tills most sacred of group was invited to see .
<<: ( t.g7-; ,oae, e.e.c .....-
r t1f We make loan for Stockwell's brother-in-law and all Christian Seasons? Easter the film "Parable" which was t:
.L. sister Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sunday will be observed with followed by a discussion period :_ ,
l any worthwhile pur. Slocomb and had gone on to special music and a Easter called "thinking out loud." S tSSh i COOPER MMM BAOOf LEY iHuVwn WARRE Miii iota DAVIDSONTechnicolor CLINTEASTWOOD

; (,I;" Cr pose. South Florida. Near Haines Message. This discussion was led by :;;::1.;... -.J'-;=:-=- :::-_ ::;;.:_= ;'_.._...__
k City they both were seriously BIBLE CLUB Bro. Jack Mabry former pastor ___.__01''"" _.___.....___ ..
$2Sto$600 injured and confined to the The Bible Club for grades 1 of Madison Street Baptist $ *
'I hospital there for a month through 6 meets Monday Church and now BSU Directorat "THE
4 S DO YOU HAVE Mrs. Slocomb :has received, afternoon after school. Stetson in Deland.

4 : -Too paymentsto word that they have returned, EASTER EGG HUNT Those attending this Inspir- GOOD :
many I to Massachusetts but are still There will be an Easter Egg ational weekend were Debbie ..
make? under medical care. They have/ Hunt on Saturday, April 13. at Hill Linda Stone, Debbi Hicks d f v,..
4 ie -Too bills to been amazed by the hundredsof 2 p. m. at the Community Rosanna Thomas and Mrs. \E : ,/' Jfii

> many solicitations from friends House, for the small children., Joanne Hicks. "SPARKLES I" .

\A payToo some of whom they did not Mothers, please put your We all regret' the recent );..Denver,Post .. .W'm't8
many taxe* even know and are gratefulfor child's name on his basket. passing of Mrs. J. G. Adkins' 1' -
everything done for them COMMUNITY HOUSE beloved father, J. W. Priester,, "THB HAPPIEST .
coming due Mrs. Betsy M. Bowen em- Facilities for softball, basketball after a long illness in Mac- OP MUSICAL '. EflJoym UGLYffi'

barked last month from New and pJngpong! are clenny We wish to express our COMEDIES! 4'U ...
'* l mM(
Let Us Help With Your Money York: City on a six months' available and all community deepest sympathy to her. .Philadelphia News eVeryofl LEEVANCLEEFEOWAI1ACH

: .... cruise by freighter. Her brother residents of all ages are Invited HOMECOMING: 'DONT MISS ITI"! 1)0) matter
: Problems and sister-in-law. Mr. and to in the recreation Homecoming at Hampton Wh51
participate Sunday If-Cincinnati Cnquirtr' .-. ag0,.. ]I
received last
Mrs. Foster Holland period which l Is held Baptist Church [ !:.

TOWN FINANCE CO. word from her when the ship each Monday night at the wound up a week of revival .
Richard E. uelllISCOl'E" KUXiCQUM
made a stopover In BaltImore. Theressa Community House, meetings with Dr.
t 226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449 As treasurerelect of the Community starting at '7 o'clock. Whipple as evangelist and a look'I.'It.ieeeWa.DISMV I -'j'jI

Church Women, she SOFTBALL TEAM crowd of members and visitors -
lor.ho linelt
L. will have much; of Interest to Thursday, April 11, will be at services and the Sunday .ISIIIIIfI1Cbieent" ,. on I N -
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.-M '- report upon,her return ,In the first game of the season "dinner'on) the grounds.!*,, ;-v.:. -
September. for the Theressa men's softball Special music and an at- .
GAINESVILLEBusiness [ tendance drive to "pack the
team sponsored by Trlest COnstruction
Co. The game will be pews" added to the services|I ,
INDIAN BEACH played at West Side Park in during the week. Bibles were' ;
Starke vs. the Garden Resta- awarded to Donnie Keys, Dale y2jZTi1NO.VISUIETIME
urant team.REHEARSAL. Thomas Alan Blrt, Phyllis ETh
DirectoryAUTO t From Preceedng Page 3 DINNER Griffin, and Bill Hayes for

entertained a group or friends Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack- promoting attendance. Sunday ::,TC '
with a barbecue. ham were host Friday evening morning I was 126. the
SALES MEN'S WEAR Coburn Rain cerebrated his April 5 at the Branding Iron. highest In some time, and
52nd birthday. Sunday. Co- Restaurant for a rehearsal Training Union Sunday even- dqq

BRASINGTON STAG 'N DRAG burn, Peggy and Suzy Rain dinner, in honor of their son Ing was 57.Former ,4 TOBUt !
CA r>H.IAO-OLD9MOBILE Betty and Chuck McOowan of Merle Packham Jr. and his pastors present for D' :
SALES: III SERVICE Stanley Blacker Coat. Jacksonville and Mrs. Ruth fancy Miss Alma Akridge., Homecoming Sunday were
Tin. alectloo of Used Can Arrow Dre... Shlrta! ,Miller of Tltusvllle. were all Among the 25 guests were Rev. Paul L. Estes and familyof tvQILI TSE yfi
Taken On Cadillac Trade Puritan Sweaters guests of the Millers. members of the wedding party Orange Park, and Mrs. :n _
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 Peters Jacket Well I must stop for this and family. Whipple and children Joined
Ladles Sportswear week and go fishing with my BIRTHDAY PARTIES Rev. Whipple for the weekend

CRANE :2 Stores JSV.. University father who is on vacation. Martin Hersey was honored from Okeechobee. _ ,L-rn4I I .et4 ---- ------- -.
LINCOLN-MERCtJKT and Gainesville Mall Until next week 'here's Leeon with a birthday party on April Other out-of-town guests z if'I

Authorized Bale!! A SmrvUw LEEON'S CORNER 6, at the home of his parents, present Sunday were Mrs. Le- -I
2201 N. Main Ph. 372-4373 "The Sad Situation" I Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Hersey. ola Sculthrop of Richmond 1UI ;
MOBILE HOMES Leeon got up this morning, The theme of Easter was usedon Va, Sherry Sasser of Georgia, CASH toW raid ,
Crane Imports Feeling bright and gay. I the cake and other refresh- Mr. and Mrs. John R. Green
And took a look out the window ments. Little friends helping and son, Milton Mosher Marla
Volvo MO Austin Healey MUSTANG Martin celebrate his 6th birth- and Eston Mosher; Mr. and 1
608 E. University Oalnesvllle And said "What a beautiful Mrs. Frank Williams and
day Debbie
Phone 372-4251 Mobile Home were: Flakes Roger _
day!I" and Donnie Harvey, Tom family, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 1'

Bgaaty Academy Discount Mobile The Sun was shining bright Tyre Mark Hersey, Tammy Mann and daughter, Mr. and T WFD T ? N
Home Bole and warm Hersey, Bobble Douglas, Eddie Mrs. Floyd Smith and daughters -
POWELL'S There wasn't a cloud in the i Dyal Amy Barton, Lisa Carter, and Mrs. Tlah Blrt, all CONSTRUCIIOM I, __
:NEW' MOON JOAPEIXA sky. Duane Searle: his grandmother of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Increasing costs In land, labor, and -

Beauty AcademyLearn As law as $100 down. The Squirrels were playing on Mrs. Payton: and aunts Woodrow Hicks of Orlando. material can mean profit for you. I
a Profession In Tour 4820 N.W. 13th 378-1348 the ground. Lavonne Flakes, Sonya Jean Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dugger of r ._
Spare Time. Full or Part Time And the birds were singing on Payton and Mary Hersey. Waldo, Mr, and :Mrs. Donald New home costs have risen steadily for the past 25 years j
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Prices will continue to go Take advantage of _
219 N.W. 10th 878-8706 high. Mrs. Percy Sullivan was Stephens and sons of Tallahassee up. today's
Office Equipment I The lake was nice and quiet. honored with a birthday din- ; Maj. and Mrs.Leonard low prices, and the increase in value will mean profit tolOW i- I

ELECTRIC. MOTORSELECTRIC And the wind was calm as ner last Sunday at the home .Melton' and children of Fort MONTHLY you.la .

could be. of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland rATMINt . -
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Hancock OfficeEquipment He looked down and saw the Sullivan. Those present, besides Handsome Handy SPECIALISTS BUILDING
Motor Repair Co. fishes. Mr and Mrs. Percy Sul- ,
Of GalnovWe Swimming so bold and free. livan Sr. to celebrate the occasion N 0
RepairingRewindingNew Smith-Corona Auth. iDealerCIArJVlctol'TotaDla And then he made his mis were: Mr. and Mrs. LITTER BASKET
take .
and Used Marlon Sullivan Felix Sulli .1. '
Adding< At least the way I see. van, Dorothy Mills Mr. and ..
281 fl N.W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 : Machines CalculatorsSSERVICERZNTj for ih'.
He went in to see what was Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan Mr. your car IHOUT TIARS .
Farm' and Industrial I happening.On and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. GOOD LOOKING TO PAT H '0 R TAG E ... .

Equipment 3238 N. Main Ph. 378-5531 his ole TV.The and son. it* morning was 4'
early news
Birthday wishes also go to STAINLESS _
Santa Fe Tractor, on.The Merle Pacfcham Jr. whose H PORTABLE

FORD PAINT & GLASS current events. I think. 'birthday was on April ,. Ctiolc' *ol Mven colors da4alfb OF
And I Imagine if could
Farm Tractor Sc Implement you PERSONALS! _
Liddell smell them David A. toper TON, left '
SALES PART SERVICE They would naturally stink. Tuesday, April 2. after visiting (i) MAURIA1S : IsrasAr Cotta
4483 N.W. 6th 376-2548 Glass Co. There's racial strife In Ten- with his tarent*, Mr. and MORTGAG'EMONEV''
nessee, MrS. Henry taper, local rela* _
GARDEN SUPPLIES GIaM.Mirrors Sliding Door- And there's rioting In Chicago. tives and friends. David has!

Tub Enclosures-Shower. Door I No one knows except the Lord I graduated after nine weeks; of .
Johnson& Fans, Inc. Furniture. Topo-tTtadows' How far this all will go.They're Navy baste! training at the REG. $2.50 twTh !
: Complete Line of Windows-Awning starving over in China, Naval! Training Center, Great _
SEEDSPJANTSIneectlcldPet Many people were killed by Lakes Ill.Itecerit .. OFFiCeS IN THI' ,
118 N. W. 16th( 372-8191 an earthquake I rOUOWJNO lOCATJONTtJacksonville Don't let the shortage of mortgage make _
BUeSW of{ Mr. and SPECIAL PRICE money you
SupplieiFERTiliZERS he oft building that home second _________________________
All of the horrible things Mr,. Cleveland Sullivan were: MARCH AND APRIL put new or home cottage ,
heard, Flat. Jim Walter has all you'll need. Call,write, or stop by the
-W* Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Mrs. Ruby Johns Mrs. Ruth 83203 : .
221 N."'. 8th 1%. 313-047 SEWING MACHINES Made his stomach ache. Bt t dwdy, Mr.'; and Mrs. Ronnie $192 3281 Wewt! Beavor St.location nearest you.Why wait?Now is the time to buy! ___ __....;..""

Then there's still the war. Murtdorff, and Mr. and ,* P. O. Box 6248 e100%FINANCING) .BUILT OH YOUR PROPERTY r :; ,
LADIES Plus Tax :
WEARCherry'a The said. Phone 888-1983
National nervous reporter DIM. Fldyd Crosbi'of! Starke I I
Sewing I I Mall the
( to
neareit office)
According to the last account and Mrs Ruby Strickland .FINISHED TO ALMOST ANY STA6I OF 1I
Machine Co. Inc. Many too many. are dead. Fldfahoffle. D & W Auto SupplyRoute nruiwwlek, Ga. 8132O INTERIOR COMPLETION I'I would like to know more about your building dpj"" I
: -- financing plan.' PIaM tend DM free eatotoa} I Iam
Galn.a7iUa'. Most Fashionable People are striking across our Mr. and:Mrs Bill Phillips 16 at Brownlee and ZOSP.rwlRethlStreet I "Interfiled'In a... D Horn Q Conag I
PfaffNew HomeNelco land
Addrea For Ladle of Mlddietodr were guests of Phone 204-0757 I
DBE8SEs8l1I'MOOA.'I'SIIATERNITY Used and Repossessed Wanting more money, you see her parents, ttev. and Mrs. Cherry Streets NAM6 I

WEABACCE8II01dE8 Sales-Repairs All Blake The way some people are so Merle Pa 1tha11'l: and family I ADDRESS_ -
I greedy Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Builders Hardware I 4 Call write CITY STATE : I

t Two Stores: 7 University Ave. 811 W. University 378-1553 Is really amazing to me. Strickland of Florahome visited And Supply or stop by today Telephom_____ i I

:and Gainesville Mall The men who are dying their daughter Mrs. Percy -- .
301 E. CALL ST. I My property!I.'ocoed'' 'In Count/ !
Are the hearts of and '
breaking Sullivan Jr., family Sun- ----------

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APRIL U, i9cfl
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'caught 20. ens and Dr. Page of Savonnott at the Church Ladles Circle of thin. notice) the flctUlou name OrRflCatl* No. It. tW 04 I.-
VOICE of theSPORTSMAN Saturday my father and A. at. were out with Roy NEWS OF will be held at the home of of The branding. Iron under uarle: 1589.rescrlption.
B. Howard; of Starke caught Wednesday\ and Thursday' and TO COLORED Mrs. .Sarah Prince. Friday ."nat we .are.7 N.engaged Tempi la bunln Ave. i... IS rtiru. of Property, Lot
8 bass. Saturday afternoon,my caught so snncracit and CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY night, Player Band Meetingat Starke, Fk4tda. 14. T.9-S.II H32eName In WoorilawA" Seo.
father, Alfred Hudson and 7 bus the largest weighing 9 .. :1 .. ad the home of Deacon Stone. tell .M. Sullivan'! and "wife" In which, assessed. Mrs.
ByMike I Norman Hamilton caught !I pounds; Mr. Shaw and son .. ,r .: Saturday night, dinners will Betty. !Starke J Sullivan, Fla.,, leaaa Rt. holdere 1. Boi101U. r All W.of Webb aid, Act' In av
bass.and 2 bream, while his were out with Roy on ,Friday' be acid from the education baled ttll-i llth day of Starch the, County orrf.dtlorISa: : .

Chitty daughters. and I got 8 off the .fed caught; two 8-pounder ? building.: Sunday School: "::30. A. n 10K8 at Stark. Bradford of Uh.Florida.lee* such. certificate or
County. Florida
: Phone 475.2171 dock. and 2 smaller ones; Saturdayhe Morning Service at II, with asiit -n cortlflciitee shall be redeemed
The Andy Boswells and 1\1'd' guided Col. HOwell and Dr, the youth In charge. Easter according to law the property
Neals have been Hotter at Ap|,lic>. Par Tax deenrlbed In such eertlflcat or
catching Pew of Orange Pant and they 1 I
. s $ 4u program, 4pm. Easter Egg l>r.dre certlflrate will b* soil to the
,1 -..,...-.t- some nice bream off their tot six bass,the l largest weigh, Hunt, 6 p. m. 11)4.16 F. N. highest bidder at the court
Hello again, fishermen. Die We dock ]here; in big Santa Fe ant ing 7 1 pounds. Sunday, he Notice I In hereby swan, that houee.door on the flret: MondayIn
you catch any this fiah are fortunate enough to have caught a few bass. The\ ,t Greater Allen Chapel AME Bra A, I*. Jackson the holder of month of May 1968 which !I.
this gulden Jim of Jacksonville
have a sand bat In front of Ising / Church' Rev L. A. ,Sampson the following. oertlflcutee ha the 6th day or May. 1998
\ week I dldl The shellcrackers. : our house McArthurs have caught sottii* e ) and they caught nine 1 riled Bald certificates, for a tax Dated thle 19th day of March,
and them ( pastor. Easter Sunrise Service,
I are starting to bite rather well can catch nice bass from their dock, arid bass, four of them weighing' : deed to be 'ladled thereo-n. The 1111\8.
in Santa Fe from our dock. Late In the i 5:45: a. m. Sunday School 10a. oertlfloHte numbers and ;jreare oflammnre. (SEAL: )
on the arid
sand bars. Mrs. Lewis caught 2 bass nearly eight pounds each. Mr.
evening the shellcrackers have 4 m. Morning Worshp at 11 the description of the Charles A. Darby
Many people are catching been 8 or 10 bream over the weekend and Mrs. Hill of Jacksonville pmiiertv, and the name In Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad
them from their docks in the moving in within casting from hers. Danny and caught 18 shellcrackers on with the Junior Church In which It was a-Meanoil are a.rOIlOI9" ford County. Florida.
distance of our dock, ,and my '' ; 4/4 tt 4-aa
evenings, or nice charge. program, 3 p.
they can be Grandmother, Sue Lutgen caught a Sunday Leon Oill, Joseph
4\ caught out on the sandbars I have Copeland and string of specs and bream Bird, and Otis Allen of Warner m. Public invited.
really been having a
ball. In four evenings tin from the Lutgen dock. Robbins Oa. who are tl'r The Executive Board of the I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
I : three hour periods we have Bamhllls Fishing camping out at Griffins, NAACP will meet at B p. m.,
, INCOME TAXSERVICE Shore Santa Fe] reports caught 60 shellcrackers in two
caught well over 70 shell- Monday. April 15, at Greater
several nice catches. Among days. Royce Wells, Oris I STARKE PHONE 964-8200
1 fi crackers joins us and after bream.he gets.in My father those catching fish were: D. Browning and John Hutchln- ; .... !'" f Bethel :Baptist Church.

from work C. Smith and partner of Jack- lIOn of Plant City got 28 specs -' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
to give us ,reInforcements .' -:
sonville, 30 J. T. Lee, I"
specs; Shlpmans "
Camp [tweet ''
and believe me !! Ai \OTIfR OP "TH TIOV TO ,
i SEE you need it after catching 5 29: specs; R. E. New, 25 specs; shore] reports some'good r.- ;T .W IIKOIMIKH' : """fI'roNAMa' : Rental Services
Steve and Georgia Notice la hereby flv n that
or 8 of these Broadway catches last week also. Mr .t' ... .... "'St\-' ,
.bfg-ones. Those Heights ; .. the underelgned' under the pro HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CIIAIRaCRU1'CHES
shellcrackers are really scrappers Hanks of Keystone and Mrs.,Jerome Lavatch, 30 --- Villon' Df Nfi-tlon" SB!).O'r.'! ; Florida ,
II Town Finance several times, I could 18 bass one day and 11 on specs; Bob Rlcketson, 8 bass KLLEBSON-PARKS activity, and all members are Statue 1BHG, will register: with
" COMPANY have sworn that I had a bass. Sunday. Griffin's Lodge [east and 25 ahellcrackers; Clark Miu Borllne Bertls Parks asked to please cooperate in Bradford Ih.'Ir..ult County Court. Florida In and'' upon for
" Thursday shore, Santa Fe] report that Wheeler. Ken Abathe, and and Airman, 1st Class Milton this effort. Bring your friends. receipt of proof of publication
evening Upcle'Alfred -
; 226 N. Temple Ave. Hudson and Mr.l' Waters the bass and shellcrackers are John Humphrey 35 specs; Mr. Elleraon exchanged matrimonial Mrs. English Is president of Y
' Loans Up To $600 from Gainesville came down biting good. They report the and Mrs. Billy Lynch! 27 specs: vows at 3 p. m. Sunday at the Junior Choir, and Is ask
:; I and ikhe'd"witli 'and.we following catches: W. E. Bowr and, Steve Quinn .33 specs and Mt. Plsgah AME!: Church with, ing your support during this I
us- shellcrackers, all from Oalnes- Rev. J. C. Cannon officiating, anniversary.. ''I j J a Ig
vlDe. From Jacksonville. : : Mr against a background of There will be a joint Easter I -
!1' 3-: -t''$- IIT'S and Mrs. Charles Stafford 4Sahellcrackers palms And tfhlte. glttdiolf. program at, 3 p. m. with Mt., ALL PRICES CUT TO -THE BONE

ILLEGALFor L LI' ; :Frank Drew an Sammy Dowtlng. 42 epecs; Mrs. Margaret Parks, otStark. Ebeneeer Baptist Church. -
Leo Knight and Johnny Davenport .. The bridegroom Is the Rev. Carlor Burnette pastor;;' ed4fV1 NO DOWN PAYMENT

38 shellcrackers son of Mr. and Mrs Oscar Slater Ranell English, reporter
' Ocala: Fred Parrish and Roy Dell, also of Starke. Greater Bethlehem Free Pay Sales Tax
Any PersonorPersonsto Engage in Whitcomb 4S specs; High Nuptial music was played by will Baptist Church Rev. ( Sah1Just

Springs; Rodney Stricklandand Miss Dorothy Ann Hankerson, Lewis McKay pastor. Monday And 5 Years InsuranceThese
EM PUtnam 47 specs: with solos by Leon Thomas, night Choir No. 3 and Ushers
; Business Under A}}Fictitious Name Unless Stark: Homer and Herman and MM.. Senile Robinson. Boars...,. No. 2 will meet. Tuesday -'
Geiger, 29 specs; Earlton The bridal gown was ot night, Choir No( 1 and'
Beach: Perry Swlnford, 10 whit satin and lace, and the 1968'' Models GOING
i the Name Is Registered d bass from 3 to .V4 lbs; Mr. bride's bouquet was of white when you
and Mrs Cliff Ray 185 shell- pom poms with streamers.The BELOW PRICES!
crackers during last week. maid of honor was Miss !
: This .The following catches were Irene, Plttman of Cocoa. buy early; NEW MOON 58x12 21m. front terraced living room; ONLY
Read Florida I taw reported out of Hampton Bridesmaids were Misses Akle wholefamily carpet throughout; 2-door auto refrigerator double

Lake: Tuesday, Dr. Whippleof Lee Williams, of Daytona your insulation; Early American ___ __._______n_________ 4598
Oksechobee 8, Lester Slade Beach and Gwendolyn Rob- t
"It h.ll be 'unlawful for an" icrson or penono, M 4eflae4 ....... t* 2, and Rev. Hamel 1. Friday, inson, of Tallahassee. They NEW MOON 60x12, :3 I MR, front terraced dining room, ONLY.

mirage In business as herein defined, under a fictitious name M herefai defined Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade of wore light green, street length kitchen, 2-door auto, refrigerator, carpet, double Insula- a

without and unlesa said fictitious name shall he registered with the Hampton caught 20 specs and and dresses with pink accessories benefits! tlon. :3 J doors Early American __.___ _________. ._----.. $4898.
on Saturday they caught 2 pink bouquets. Little Mal-
cleric of the circuit court of the county where the principal place ef bowteessIs. large bass. Saturday morning, ody Robinson was flower air!. NEW MOON 51x12; 2 BR. l'/i' Baths double insulation! ; ONLY

wit registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid aa .?. Dr. Whipple and his two sons The bride's mother wore a 2-door refrigerator, Early American --- _nun__
and Mr. Slade caught only 1.. blue lace dress with pink accessories $399NEW
fldavft' signed< by all Interested persons, stating under oath the names etf Many fish have been caught and a pink corsage. During April'and| 4O10H i

all those interested In the business enterprise. the extent .f the Interest In Hampton lately and many The bridegroom's mother wore May, your pur MOON 00x12: :3 Hit, l'/j' Baths, double insulation; ONLY

et each'", and the fictitious name under whUfr Mid fcasiaes y carrIM : of them are Wg. I an aqua lace dress with pink New chase Holland of a new baler 2-door auto refrigerator .-- .______________---n-
Monday my father and accessories and a. pink cor or forage 4498
I en. registration. may not'be made until the person er persons deslrta and Uncle Alfred Hudson took harvester will earn a valuable .

to engage In business! under a fictitious name shall Bars advertised hlfl or, an exploration trip to Orange sage.Robert Ellerson, brother of premium through the EarlyBuyers' SUNRISE 60\12, :3 I BK, front kitchen, sunken living ONLY
We didn't' there un- the bridegroom served as best Bonus
get pro-
their Intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for few: Lake. room carpet, auto. refrigerator, 3 doors
til early evening because the man. Ushers were Arthur i gram. For example, ------------- 4998
(4)) consecutive weeks In some newspaper as defined by law In the confer' weatherman said the wind Jones of Cocoa, and Isom C a self propelled unit

I : where... registration Is to be made, and !"aid registration. shall not ha would be blowing, but itwasn't. Parka brother of the bride. | brings you a table- ]BRONZWOOD 64x12. 3 BR, 2 Baths, Eye-level oven, ONLY
Dairy Riley .
When we began fishing was ring bearer.A model color TV; a
'accepted by the:clerk of the circuit court eicept upon receiving proof of reception followed auto refrigerator, carpet, storage galore ]
occasionally we would seea at the pull type model earns you a ------------ $5298
II such publIcation.! flan whirl, and as the day home of the bride's mother. black and white portable TV. I
1 : went on, they became more The newlyweds will resideat Or you can choose one of several
frequent. After trying a couple' 343 Northwest 17th Ave. In other exciting bonuses.
If-engaged! in business under name of top water baits, I decidedto' J\.u..Laud6l'd&le.., ,uRECREA1ION Offer Is good only during April Many Other Similar Bargains, While They Last!
any try an Old bait of mine. It' NEWS and May. And only/ applies ton
was a :yellow: with silver stripe Little League baseball prac- New Holland balers and ALSO A FEW GOOD BUYS IN LATE MODEL, RECONDITIONEDUSED
had tins name top water plug which I have tice will tart at 4 p. m. Mon- forage harvesters. Stop In soon MOBILE HOMES
than and d have
:.. :other your own, not ; had In my tackle box for six day, April 15. Boys, age 9-15, for complete' details.' .. T
: lIt- may sign up at the Reno Rec- '
:years and have used very trT., ;
tle. The first cast I made, my reation Center from 4 to 6.30: j I
properly advertised registered( we will he plug was Inhaled by a :rearing Monday to Friday.
bass which didn't give It timeto Girls Softball practice will ft p
settle in the water. After start at 4 p m. Tuesday, April /

glad] to give you all necessary Information as to- my fishing plug a in while a small longer opening X cast In ground.30, on the All Recreation Interested girls Play are Ustaq 4t

Mose was Invited to participate.
the grass! Zowle Ole
what 'should do.BRADFORD on It. When I set the hook I EASTER EGG HUNT
you could have sworn that I was An Easter Egg Hunt will be +
hung, but then my line began held at 10 a. m. Friday at the JEW HOLLAND NOMES9(
singing off the reel. After a Recreation Playground for
couple of furious fighting moments grades 1-6 A bus will pick up DIVISION OF SPERW RAND
e my base jumped and he the children in Lincoln City

looked like a 15-pounder: Friday morning. Reliance Service Hiwaiy 41 North Phone 752-2797 Lake City
excitement SCHOOL NEWS
When all of the
COUNTY TELEGRAPH ti. was over I had landed myselfan Spring vacation will end See our' Display at the Greater Annual Lake City
.. the biggest Monday. April 15, and the
.. eight pound
one I've ever caught. Be- school bells ring at 8 a. m. for and Supply Inc. Home Show -- Fri., Sat., Sun. April 12 13 14
teachers and students. ,

.- .. The regular PTA meetingwill P. O. BOX 149 NATIONAL,, GUARD ARMORY
: :::': ;; : : be held Wednesday night PALATKA, FLA.

at 7:30 1: with a Back-to-School */ Mile Towards Miss Florida Will Be There In Person!
IT'SwTo'.WIIITE: ( program. All Interested par- .
ents and t ; this meeting will 325-2841

RESULT-PRUDDCINd WANT ADS ... I Ij have the opportunity parents to talk -r-- ----- n' ._ __'__ _,
with their children's teachers

j Follow these simile rules to make your Want Ads bring better results. GRIEF been about:made.the EXPRESSED progress that has TIle Ultimate in Electric Portables

: Members of the NAACP express
Remember, a good Want Ad la nothing more than salesmanship' in print. ; grief and shock at the

Write your Want Ad in the same friendly style you use when tellinj, Msaalnatlon of Dr. Martin _
4 \Luther KIng ITorr Violence THERE'S SO MUCH MORE

I friends and neighbors' aboat'whhtlyou) :. to offer.Don't Civic t Right leader. -: : uoti, ErT vnm'R A AND TRYYEN A
always remember
'':.''.: May we 1ZOSMITH- IN
: ;what he stood for love, not
Abbreviate : -: .Don't be lenny-WU and PoandFpoOabt SEE WHY
thate. His work 'was dedicated ,
j 1
I' helping to the SMITH-CORONA" OF.
Surveys and studies prove thai: mdll1: jtdwaid' erase q OFFICE ONLY
Want Ad readers do not like or underh makes good. cdmm sense to Hmf- ,111 treatment of all men by aORTABLE->FOR SMlTIICORONAe.FERS YOUR YOU ALL THESE
> It for j their fellow men, in all partsof i% AT HOME-by.
stand abbreviatlona.rMake easy nate unneeded word from your Wandpeople Td ASSURANCES
.i io tha tf S. and abroad. :;
to respond: your ad. Ad,.but make aure you don't ruin the 'America be "Tbe ; / Mere* a perfect example of SmithCorona' -
can never
oath bfwlatloof.
dttl't Keep them gu wiiur I > effectiveness' ot your want Ad by male matter craftsmanship! A complete
Great Society" unless each In- '
r electrio typewriter built into a handsome .... .
Ing it incomplete. Remember, you're!not 'dividual replaces hate and re- cottventencesi
portable. many f....
-t Fut Yourself In the Prospects Shoes .placing a, Want Ad to ave money 'sentment with love. a' ]Inexpensive Changeable Type'IM for Ian- S-- ..' -,y
: youte Inserting<< your Ad to get frtttlUi 1 r Those who have remained guages science and math;Page Gage**, "s-ma
f Give full Information and all the d.and matte money'? :Makliig your ad too silent should speak out for "i"v y i : jeweled main bearing automatic electric: Corona GUARANTEE.branch Any office Smith-will
tail about what you have Mr offer short; may eave a f.w peani that lose '''what Is right, and do right In repeat actions even electric shift and' replaca without charge"
J Dcacribf your off'ring In benefit terms you dollars In result defense of your fellow men If 'tipA; fit"I ; v.I lpaci .. It bas cwrythi g. plus a 12*4 @ (except for. .labor and.
"Ji tell pro p ct. why .your :offer 'America stands for what It 'rTlI-CORO$ A caaiaga tot king-she Job*. hipping proves defective) n .part withinIlrCrnr. that
::::. J.i satUflea their needs. Give sizes, dlmenr And It I* Easy To Order Your A4. says it does for all colors. 9 year ot purchaM.. data.
:' atom, capactty, condition, edvaatagee.! Trained LCHURCH NEWS a t r No labor charge. within
competent Want Ad-VUori will ,.+ 9O days of ..urch....
.:;: :And don't forget; prlc.I Want Ada, help you word your ad for beat pos. Ebenezer Baptist Church 1V. Wimnty cover all parts
= : without price .are 50% less effective Mbit. results. All do I ''junior Choir rehearsal each 1'"y" '4 except "motor, rubber
:::: a- you pick up your 14.a .Y lUs alUttel, vlnyt-claiJ cirrylng/ east parti, energy cell or
_-, : than aWl with price. telephone and they do the rest Friday before the first and U ,om it addttlonsl ehsriil) charger. after !SO day*.
--- -, third Sunday until further no- ,, Does not cover damage)
-.' ; tice. Prayer Meeting each rbt f r from accident or ml.u.)
and extends only to orig-
f:' Only $1 For ,75, Words Thursday Choir will night.begin their The Junior choir Inal owner.3V I

anniversary April 25 through ,, we?carry a complete selection

23. On Saturday there will be t models colon and type stoles!
ccvM want r ,
a benefit concession stand 'Ifi! tract! Everything you

., TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED I ADS in an electric typewriter--thespc d.

.. t110 case that professional. touch. e.!!

.GET RESULTS my lleve life me, and it was one the that thrill; I will of .. .n in tiiil stylUeSA! j ffMV"\y'OfQr-fte| .J\

I long remember. We had four '

I bass In all for a nice evenings

PHONE 964-6305 I fishing.
II Until next week this Is
Ii, rolling, fishing reporter sayIng -
i I see you fishing;
II I .

i,+ 1

., ..' .. .. '" .

..... APRIL 11 1988
Four -" -
*Ifttl'ft Three PaP -

found to be I Life Of Real Millinnaire Biddle Any or all of the .mem b ers- ot
baited areas was Anthony
Baiting Fish Absolutely Legal < the student placement section .. ....., ... .'
best during the hours aroun ... .' "" \
I hour Portrayed In 'The Happiest Millionaire'"When or the families listed;!wUl, be "". )' .. ., ... .. ; '. r oJ.1. ',., \ 'V ": ,
daybreak, one or two 'j '
.. .'. .: ; ', "< "
According To fla. Game Chief before sundown and dUring glad to supply further Infor ;" f .: _,,_ .
bal: a man is rich he fore he wowed the nation over matlon about.this program .1. (,' -' : .. -
flshermai the night: The best darn well do just about TV networks on the Summer Previous students have been <' rYy'ourrnoiyt I ''f r =
Use of arUflclal teed to lure catch of the sport I around the chum area wa can .; ,1?caM'! : .
attract game fish. la absolutely -I and lessen the time between such as anything that strikes his Kraft Music Hall plays Angler from Norway,;Brazil, Paraguay ,
or: found to be live bait .'. .
life rich and .f ,' ', .' ,, ; : .,.! .,!<.t
legal. bites. The easiest way to accomplish shiners, minnows, shrimp, fancy. Duke, a real very Finland. .. ". ..; I '
In fact, the practice is encouraged -, this would behave to That was one credo among New Yorker who woos and The local committee Is ', '; ,< 'I t"! .;;';;; :. ;;.1:j
and worms. >
crickets "
by the Game and large concentrations c offish many of the late Anthony. J. wins Cordelia Drexel Biddle, charged only with recom <". .' ,. ,"..<.I"
Fresh Water Fish Commission readily available to the ryyyyyyyyyyyyryyyyyyyBavless Drexel Biddle whose colorful played by Leslie Ann Warren. mending a "host" family. The ;::.0, ... ..,.;':r l'W f ""' 'I,>>
and fishermen who establlsl angler. biography provides Walt Dis Biddle about whom the actual selection .of. a Stark* "JIi.oo.)\ .' m tt't H' j1>,
a baited area can general]; Woods said. "We found that Hiwav ney's latest musical comedy story .revolves, was a happy family Is made by the, New "f.. 1 C ylib'
expect to catch fish even when baiting an area with a chumming playing Friday-Tuesday April millionaire who really existed. York office of the American ;..: ,,' ::4j fish aren't biting.According material will Increase 12-16, at the Florida TheatreIn He ran his family with a firm Field service. ,':' '" "' ....lI4'..".' t&fi as'tSf ':
to Mtin. "VI. the microscopic plankto: By .Mn. o. E. Crosby a five day engagement. hand was as many-faceted as Interested families are requested (;{" yew' 1f'.1tj.f ;, :' .- t .f> rs
food for small Millionaire" American history has to obtain full.inform ;i', ,t } r elf
Management DIv which provides "The Happiest man as ; \ tJ >A
Fish '
Woods, aaUU A .
the goal of the CommISsion forage fish. The large number stars Fred McMurray in the to offer. He was a novelist, atlon about*\ the program and i rcr; ,..0.1\.:\< \ '' h_
ision has been to Increase thDon't < of forage fish In turn attract Miss Darlene Jones is on title role of Anthony Drexel amateur fighter. FBI Instruc make application on or before I .. 1;! ,x<)\ iI :;.<. ,. ,
., desirable sport fishes IncludIng the\ sick list this week. We< Biddle, sharing billing with tor, explorer, editor Marine, April 20 ... '..-'t ; ,'."",f' '" 'y.' .
largemouth bass, bluegii: wish a speedy recovery. Tommy Steele, Greer Garson' Instructor, Judo expert, patronof >> f<,. : ,. ,:"'. ..
shellcracker, and catfish A .Mr.'and Mrs C".C.. crosbY GeraLdine Page Gladys Cooper the arts, just to name a p "l1t#; ,:' .,?. /... N; 'a >
baited area will generally produce and Bule were visiting Mr. and Hermione Baddleley, Lesley few of his bents. 'I ir' .,' ,Jg;; .. ; ; L
better fishing when It 1 18 Mrs. Mills Kelly In Lake City Ann Warren, and John David- BldrtJe once slogged thrOUghthe i i#.. ( :: .
established in conjunctloi Wednesday Florida Everglades with }'" h '.'111 '" '

with an area which provide Mr.- and Mrs. Thurmai son.The elaborate Biddle mansion Seminole Indiana to capture : d.n. ., $f.'". .' ". ...". f %s uay
I cover and protection for the Jones and son of Lady Lak< featured in "The Hap & dozen alligators which he ".""' \.'. .. .. '.V'" .I '
\,,,,,, .... ) .
i forage species. spent the weekend with her piest Millionaire" Is one of disp'A/ed In the conservatoryof ."'" .. '
"The research program parents.Mr. and Mrs. Edward the most expensive Interior his mansion. At the age of ." / .. ,,, ; "7''...'v" < Lt
t studied both the effect of bal Norman. sets ever constructed by Wall; 89, In 1944. a bald and paunchy -I }".. t \'" "' '.;' oI1.,
and artificial cover as fish 'Mrs.Fronle Moody and Mrs Disney Productions. To help yet strong Colonel Biddle, t' ;':n" :'i', (" t
+ The establish- Smith'Johns of Lake Butler of Philadelphia'sexclusive personally grappled with class' < &' ;:) we,f ; .
congregators. set the scene rv.. %''&, &! .. ..?'. 'R . '
such Wed in Marine trainees I .. t :
as L. Johns
ment of artificial cover visited Mrs. J. Walnut Street after class of $ t', "", "'
: .. ,;,;: :M: .
fight .
J reefs utilizing automobile tires, nesday. 1916 the Disney prop depart- teaching them bayonet ,>';" ., ) ,''iR" .
AskCharley <
and tree top Mrs. Doris Wood and daughter techniques and how to ", '+ e. x J W'kt9
concrete blocks ment rounded up as handsomea ing j ". 'i ff v t .t Y .
., 1s
were effective but would bean Kimberly, returned tc set of antique autos as is bee the Japanese enemy at .1,, :otI .4. .r;" w".;..J1,1'".. : ''"" ,. ..' .....-........ ." .
expensive operation forth their home In Seattle Satur seen anywhere hi own game, ;Jujltsu. s nt with syG '
Miss average fisherman. On th day after'a five weeks visit John Davidson: singed be-I ; p ; l .
other hand, a baited area I Ia In with her parents, Mr. and Mrs E. ifJ, aes :, ... "" .< .
,:::!$ .. ..<,.J. .' '
secluded cover or among the O. F. Crosby. and other rela Blanding Selected As Site ..,'-", ..... ... .>,> ,"- ..,. ..
cypress knees la not expenslv tives. JohnsAbout "if. ,., 'f.
Seeing Tins One and will produce results," :Mrs. J.L. Johns and Mrs For Major Summer TrainingMajor ......:.... ':'::1.::'" ._.:._. d ,' ,..... ... -
Woods stated. Fronle' Moody were shoppingin ;
Introduced in the Florida The study revealed that Lake City Friday.. General Henry W Guard and also'serves ass this question: It's so much safer and convenient when you make purchases and
Area thru the manufacturer when chum material wa Mr and Mrs. 'Jim Conner McMillan, the adjutant general logicti' al base The higher pay bills by check.You don't risk carrying cash when you shop; don't
with DIS- In burlap sacks weighted moved to ''Gainesville last announced echelon maintenance required with the :
a placed of Florida has "I'm impressed have around town to bills. And cancelled check is
t COUNT OF OVER and lowered Into the water week.We hope they will enjoy; that the Florida Army National on Federal equipment Is performed Homeowners Policy that to run pay your
in an area with existing coy their new home. Guard will conduct Its An- at the Combined Sup fives theft-anil. family li: legal proof of payment.Open a Checking. Account today.FLORIDA.
er such as brush, grass or Mr. and Mr. Lavon Crooby( nual Field Training at Camp port Maintenance Shop there, :
$1000Luxury trees, fishing success did im and children of Brunswick, Blanding In May and June. I This shop Is also assigned the ability. ..protection along:
prove. Oa. spent the weekend with The 53rd Signal Group will field maintenance mission for with fire and full extended
Other baited container his parents, Mr. and Mrs L train there. May 5-19; the 1st all vehicles and generators ol leverage.: !: Does this mean
studied by the research team A. Crosby. and 2nd Battalion of the 116th Headquarters, U. S. StrllM hat: ?::,tornado, and wind-
'- Quality r Included wire cages constructed Misses Linda and Phyllis Artillery from May 25 through Command. The U. S. Propert] itornT" "da"age.would be

Privacyis of one-halt by one inch Lyons are spending this week June 2; and the 53rd Infantry and Fiscal Officer has a ware ?aid-to, the full. value of the v / 1 I s
welded wire lined with plastic with relatives in Jacksonville Brigade the largest contingent house, located within th< .
yours in this fully j screen wire. Both the sack and+ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faulkner from June 9 through 23. Blanding reservation for the "J*"**" f ,
furnished Mobile Home I cage produced best result and family have moved The only major element nottraining receipt storage, and issue ol Charley .E. Johns ; -
including: round, canopied I when suspended off the bet into their lovely new home at Camp Blanding all Federal property used by !; ': : Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
ring size bed. Fully tom to allow a sifting of chun off Baylesa Riway. will be the 164th Artillery the National Guard. ..' -nv ncy.
n? : I action. and Mrs. Joe Sapp and enlisted Florida! National Guard of 30 Banks of the Florida National Groun
carpeted living: area material by wave Mr. 854[ officers and The : 13V-S.' ;Walnut St. One
I Woods added, "The success children of Jacksonville spent men] which will train at Fort Officer Candidate School Is ;:PHONE Of 1-5070
Must be seen to be fully or failure of a baited fishing the weekend with his parents,, Stewart, Ga. May 19 through also located at Camp Bland
appreciated.Deal Ii hole Is dependent on the continual Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp. June 2. 1
rebaltlng of the cage Miss Denise Mlddleton and I The Florida Army National Ing.Other branches of the Arm
with the Guys or bag. The area should bi grandfather, Joe Dyer, left Guard has a strength of over ed Forces use the reservationon '
with the Red Ties at il checked each week and rebalted Sunday for a visit with her 8.000 officers and enlisted men occasion for training pur' WIDlflill.

when the supply of chun Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter stationed at 51 armories loca- poses. The U. S. Atlantic Fleet,,.1'- ( 'iflD1ffi@fiYOURFINESTWORK'VER! ] ':
has diminished." Middleton In Ft. Myers. ted throughout the state. Of Fleet Air Jacksonville used a
Chum material may Include Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elixson this total number over 6,000will portion of Blandlnz: as a bom-
one of the prepared fish food: of V orthngton Springs! were train at Camp Blanding. lag range.
BONANZAI which may be obtained front guet>cs of Mr and Mrs. Ken The Cam Blanding military The economy of the com- U1fOO Fm REVOLUTIONARY 1 &13 ELECTRIC
t M ILEA .most farm supply or feel neth Elixson Sunday night reservation Is located in nur't'es in the Immediate
stores. Other material studlec and attended church.Mr. Clay County, six miles east of i vicinity of Camp Standing will I

during the program were cattle and Mrs. Barney Eggers Starke. The military :2!>e stimulated by the encamp- L- -- -
pellets, chicken laying reserva-I I ment of the Florida National. J
of Jacksonville were guests other Lion serves as a _
\ mash cottonseed meal, soybean parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.I I throughout the year for elements Qua1 this! swnmer.I _- -- -
meal and soybean cake N. Norman Sunday afternoon.Mrs. of the Florida National r i-- 1
attracting -
effective in
All proved \

fishing fish. success around th!'' esville.; Mrs.Cora Orlne Hllliard of 'oaln-I I Starke: Family Is Sought 'Produces _

The World's Largest ,, I W.children Padgett of of Hellbronn Gainesville were I As. Host To Foreign Student I typing 'th111! '

Mobile\ Home Dealer. r GLASS r meats Padgett of Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Loyd 'Families living within I age. Families must have both I looks like y 3r

and father. At .
Bradford a
of a
"walking distance" t
BANK FINANCINGLook E. Crosby 2ri'; "'T7C
PURPOSEMirrors Mr. and Mrs. O. American "brotheior Printing !
FOR EVERY County High School, who, least one r r
md Mrs. J. L. Johns attended musl
for "BisBo" Interested in having a "sister" in the home ;
to t business in Jacksonville High SchooL .arc
with them attend Bradford
the Giant Cowboy. foreign student live I
rtiesday. from August 1968 through I Although the foreign student v :
Open Daily 9 a.m.-8 p.m. FOR EVERY Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Sapp June 1969 are invited to make Is automatically a senior the,
6un.-- 1 p.m. 8 p.m. SHEA'SGLASS and children and Mrs. oerald application to the local com-, "brother" or "sister" may 1 tIn _
Norman were all dinner guests mittee of the American Field]I another grade.: I
,4431 N. W. 13th St. of r Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Service on or before April 20. The Starke Rotary Club
CO. unday. Host families must meet,, pays the participation! fee c ot ,"

Gainesville 312.4315-571-43SJ certain basic requirements. ,, $750 as one of its project -
1311 N.W. 4th Plac Metal or 'The parents for This fee Includes transporta
372.4285 SIGNS, all kinds. !
Gain.tvlll Cardboard The Telegraph numt be at-.1Cacst,{ 37 'examPle./I/ tion health, a personal and accident allowancof insurance -

$14.monthlyHund a 3-weel I I I t I I ,

bus tour. Thfc.Jocal hlgl
school provides all school "exppnses -i

Unprecedented Happening graduation including expenses.: lunches an I''

The "host" family may, de ,
,Juct $50 for each month the I II II a It '.. 'et .T .
Chevrolet dealers student lives In its home from:
now at your gross incon e. The basic coatJ

to the family consists of food,. art y ,, ,
and laundry. I I ,. i t
lodging i = "d "n i 5Y
an explosion of extra Members of the etuden

placement section of the loca I .
commttee Include Rev. BoberD. ----
Burch [964-6244; 9S4-74311.,I
buying over.V George Pierce 1964-5701:,

964-5565, B. P. Mlzell 1964- ,
1 1
5000], James L. Temple 1964-
{' 6092.1 Mrs. John A. Adele:]'I _
Mitchell [964-6758.and.L.H,

Gibson Families[964-6800..of I the ]Starke. arei I, \ : lAL. 315 !

who have hosted! a forelgr : .;: S.ECl.E?
student Include Mr. and Mrs :

J. D. Warren. Mr. and Mrs.J .' ." ,c Electric'7'r7'newrlter I
D. Odom. Jr., Mr. and Mrs -
Ernest O. Pate, Mr. and Mrs I
L. H. Gibson, and Col. and '

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the ultimate la I
STARKE Your secretary wit I take new pride, not only modern lines,-It represents

jra 'Sn the quality of the work the 315 turn out proficiency and appearance. !

but in a personaNzed machine that becomes R Incorporates thousands of engIneering\ :

BUSINESS truly hen..even to Its reflection of the aura changes and Improvements over traditional :
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: of her own personal perfume typewriter construction.. .'
DIRECTORY This new Smith-Corona Secretarial 315' See the new 315 SCM today .0. come hV I
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creates a typing performance your
1"? ,mf yUTO SERVICE of the work she can produce with it.
: I never before believed possible OA a typequality

I e1s t Gilbert S. Brown Priced at $315 Little/ More than a Manual ,

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