Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
May 6, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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S b I It On Metro Government

Concrete, Inc., whose home office U at i

present in Orlando, plans to establish a plant in Starkeon

two acres of.; property purchased from the Bradford r

County Development Authority. The. site is in 1 / Y lomhll./It'mt'llt: / of u bill crt'atliitf) H study com mitt". r

the northwest corner of the authority's .industrial : ID Jmt'MtiKuto the possibility: of a "metro" form fit ;

park on Edwards Road in Southwest Starke. Slade Is National I govt-m meat for llnulforil County was voted Tuesday!

P JNo n k. executive" dl' tiy the) ,County 'nnlmkinn" The hoard a No agreed !

rector of the DevelopmentAuthorUy. .... to nu&kt' fiiniN. for the study Hvailahle "when and If' I

2 More Firms Mid yesterday thai --"bark" fhapt winner" .'. am (l-rl) I John Od...... Lamar. jt'leniuns, Vreltli.
Charles Barlow president ol ; lemur \VayB Clrnutnit. Knnnle Uhllehewl. and UHSiny Uaten.Bratlfvrd I LP-Gas President \ t the next l""ICt. '.

I I Empire: COncrete. plans U ... Rep. A J. Thomas.I I Jr *.I).*> 1 when the CottimUnion l make:. 1
I start construction of the new : :
Seek Cable TV N. ( .fr Mv.lll > .l Ivill !
plant In the I I III".IIII..U the mil H( 1110 cur up us next' years budget." Tno
near future. Th
lt'llt lrlilululive session, had.l.lI l ''

motion war unanimously/ approval
] will T II. Slnde, Sr: prrsldpnt of
company concrete the entire I "**
n'iii'Htcd' ( nit ninonnt ranging\ l.
'o-acre site, Novak said : \ Sludo, Tianiipoit Co of Burke.. from f 00 to $1 omit) fur the, .
Franchise HereTwo ,1lilJIi > Ilirl ItlMUIM.
and construct Its office and '_ "'R'"I.'t.. ,. preslilent! of the '
plant on !this foundation. The 1'i Nallonul LP-Oa, Association' A copy of a IM3 agreement;\

I I outlook U for employment of \ at the Nanlal\tI"n'l 34th unnuul jr. t'ounty AtUiini'V. Ooruexi \ twepn' Hen. Charley E.: .
more applications ,.. ud tiudt 1'lrr. .- ,lrtlnfil tluit fiindMHVHllxblo Johns and] the then Board.of
from eight to 15 persona Novak fI ., convention &I
for a franchise to con said. ... show In Chic",*o this. \\
struct a cable TV antenna .. Birder, rlfctlon took plac! for. rxiH-nnra liu-iiiled In niAkIIIK produced by Chairman Rob'*'

system in Starke were In Empire operation already in Orlando has plants Pa. '. lot.... i1Ir .. tJ at the WfUnewluy. biMlneiu", tli. ntiwly t% oil a rust lasts. iM'ln lii an effort to clear up '1

submitted to the City latka and a temporary, setup U. .. .. ', neHxUii" of the 4.01K())-inrmbor C'inunlHKliMt Jciiinm. Johns controversy/ over fill dire"Itlsrrvl ..?
itt. first obkrtfil. to luivlng the recently on Ben. Jobn,
Council at itA regular at Lake Butler, where the U trade association.Mr
meeting Tuesday night. Ii company b supplying! concrete' Hladi has soricil' on the h ruiiirtv, 1 IMV the rust. of a study, property on South Walnut 8I e..,.
I IU. H. 9011.Commissloner.
lint Inter joined'' the other
Two for construction, of' the new lumrd of dlrectois of NI.l'CIAfor
more application Chapter. Award. Mlnnirit are (l-rl) I Bobby 1'.lrl..k. Dan Striding, M Illlxm (,,tlt.PreUdent five und wus vice In uiltluulxlim' the eniH'iullUir Zedra" that::,
franchise reception Center In
a to construct a .
able TV antenna system In addition to .the< new plant Billy linger, OtU. MHton.! Chsrlc l su-h, unit Jainen Allen \\lnn.r. are lists president during the P.&*t C'liinniltiilonKr. l U"hu- llton brought the .matter! up.sitylny .

Stark were submitted to the hero Empire lola1lt.! to. have bUM awards they won lnlho, amtmnanylna. ; irtlch. year A native of Zobulon furl, HAi.1. I. "\VII might. not ., "....t'll get this dirt ,
ttled. He reported
In have .a lol'mi I trpleentallve i business se
City Council at Its regular operations at Lake City andPerry (la., he bfimn his" career .
StaikcIn lifter thin session, If the leg" having received a number of
Novak' was told. Awards Given the IP ga.)1111111"11II\ In
meeting Tuesday nUht.
The company's maintenance HMfl. iKlitture. I I" I'"''PP .
Both new nqu .t.a..ere
nrnl. to net. ,something In the County Road Hupetlntendenl -
operation mill be In Starke of the
from local firms and followed A past pieMUIent
hfilipcr to enable tia I to a.*ewlntt R. BI.: Jones snld. "There!
closely\ on the heels of the original also Novak said'since the Florida IJ'-Oiui AvuH-lalloit""

application; submitted plant here will be In about 300 Attend FFA Banquet Mr Hlade served aa un tidlsor 1. .we CUM the If this. hap has lug been about some this.mhunderitand-We have put
two weeks ago by Cable TV the center of its operations. \" to Uie. FlmldK. Slate toads of dirt
from 13l! to 130
Inc. of Live Oak. A communIty The property ,transaction. Treasurer on I.P gus Industry II. !SUiln' Sr, horse Koririt that .rt', but It was
on plo
1V..ntenna. a tower 400 .was appr'on+.unanimously by Member's of the Blaike and vk-e-presldcnt. of the FI""". were pirenli- by Peeler. Uhl matter. He has long been ..1,1. think thU thing in exchange for an equal amount :-
enable nctlve In notional If gas. affair l"yin iii .anil lui Ivrti" cliuli'- 1 iinctmi I U worth looking Into.
to 500 feet high would the five member of BCDA .
Bradford FFA Chapters host\ .poke of the unpoitanre Smith and aocompuiUiKl by a of asphalt/ that we took
Btarke viewers to receive six who attended a- meeting on ed1their parent last; Thursday economics In sericulture He 110 check.Boll .*, serving on the Qua. Fuel" I man of the I lloiiul I of Hlewid.t slid. I If It costs sonic money" off the property' for count
I'd ,atlll tw In favnr tt
Technology Committee, a* of 'th! Flint. Mrthudh.tCJIUITh
to eight channel I. March 31. and'the need trans1fcrrlng -
night at their annual Parent I said] the farrier's out-put prrmahour Conservation Award i 1\11II.) "
I the of Btitikt mid pii'sl- Johns made a nwginn !het'time
Mtate director on national :
A local attorney T. A. YawnJr title was eacuted'onApril and the ha Increased fourfold I
Banquet .
Son for Boll read
and Judging presented -
were Clerk Oliailea Darby
of drill' of poll Urn Cluimttor!\ of ( board go on record asthe
board directors i
JO. SaW of t I
of the firm Shaw and price eprUVertl menu Included barbecue bed since! 1920 but that the by County CommissionerZedra the following extract from the
Also active! In other fields, Commnice" MUlL the HlaikatloUry 1 I favoring request and th.ath.
Yawn presented the second was 1100 per aere bred, .and fattenr.on' the I profits( hate gone' > to the consumers Hamilton to Otis Mfl- minutes of a commlalon
lie. 'U prllmln..ntfl.thad'"t! Club Hiniiiinb be di-trimined
plus legal fee*. eoet., a
application Tuesday for Adolph "survey school farm ---not to the farmer He! ton James Allen James meeting. held 'In 1 103: "The

Oay. owner of Oars etc.. Over 30O parents, guests told the Future Farmeia they Leach and Dun Starling\ Hoard agreed, to trade Sen.

Home App Iancea. The third The company wlU: produce and Future Farmer overflowed are preparing: Uiemaelve Wbetter Bradford Chapter yt..A Charley E, Johns an equal a. I

was submitted by Buford Milchell concreta ,products. Including the Bradford High Brhoo'! I !the position of the' Poundatlun Awards. prenenUid. School Plan moufik of 'dirt for' asphalt. "

.... who 144. hem> *,ot4d! blocks and i rWidy. MtL r' cafeteria to witnesstn* farmer* by the training they by Advlnor-conl Marlowe, I Desegregation which h* had on his lot on U.

a yet' corporation speeches, and awards which are receiving In the avicul( went to: Ronnie Whitehead IV. 'SOI. CnmmMjilorwr Jeanne I''

which la already formed and Home t'roducU: art the. hlgliitaM of' the FICA Lure program. I Palm, Blrvtrlfloatlon FannMechanics' .fohnit abstained from, voting
financed. Mitchell, presently address, was liven .; and Crop Kainln '
boys' school year: The Future Welcoming As { un this! ...rllf'flN'm.Comm..lon. .
personnel manager at the To Be Featured t Farmers -opened the banquet I by Bradford Chapter PrewU i <; and John Odom. Boll and Rejected ll lJeJlllle'Berry .... Shufoid said.,

State Prison at Raiford. said aa a regular FFA meeting." Impressing dent Billy Oelner. aryl reNMHise I Water Management. "Tr other/ ..0"-,. what we've.

he! ,1s due to retire this year At Winn-Dixie., their parent and wa mad by County,,j Btarke Chapter FFA Foundation done ls pay off an obligation

and plans to make his homeIn guests with the ceremony Agent Ooons Husiiins, flUike! Award pt'.nLfod.. by Setiunl; :;hIJlt''hllt"'t'nf| r Tom Cuy' reported to the by tin other Board*

Starke and manage the Horns' frowli meats' produce.and Hurhest:>"ward, of the year Chapter. Pi-e. .ldenl Wayne Chapter Advisor Paul, Hutch- Sales I'khuul Iloal'd'1'uesduy, I fiat its liljin for iittMi-irrrirntinn Clerk Derby was IrulmotucJo

corporation. stapes will ke .featured In the DrCalb>> Award for the 1 Clrmons was muster of cere Ins went to Bobby Patllik.. of th. fojuityV ,.cli.Hl My"ft>Mi 'hud |M'*>II rejected. m.* writ.. II V Knight former.

Council Chairman Carl 750< Wtna-Dljue. / and Kwlk-8hk outstanding"senior, went to t monies. Crispier .jyLoorl Paul \ Crop Farming and Boll and I "ltllulegtUltn" ." oiinty attorney stating who

Hurst said UM committee. supermarkets in 'Florida this Wayne demons, president. of Hutchlns. and Curtis Msrlowe Water Management and Urn | i h'ullnwing the lilt" inll. (Cum-y Immediately' hiunchi were inembrr of the board.

Councilman Ewell Lawson week wi rooperatlon'wftli; o v.Barn's the BUrke Chapter It waspresented Introduced guests. i iT..o Sterling Farm Mechanics Drop $100,000Total an ffl'ui't I Iy 'lung dlttmici telrphune| > call lo offirinU and who.. was county attorney

Mayor Randal Chltty. and procUiMtkm dssuTstlns; .. by Billy Dampier other major. awards 1 I Hutchlns also presented. .. ( In \Vinhlmrti, I U (C., to find out whr (hoHradfotil ,1 nl Hi* time. 'It h,* 'agreement

City Clerk Merrill Edwards MayFlorIda Products past-president of the BradfordChapter went to Otis Mellon vlrepresldrnt i l; William fault a flrot-year. ,,! Nnlr of atrswb'rrleeal plan' wiii lucking' and, how it could! \Iii, rttnl. lwl j was .Mlmied.I letterto .
has not finished Us investigation Week." FFA Chapter and I: of the Bradford I boy. a t2ft special award for I I Kulnht had written s
the. HUike State FQlmrl'SMsrket irulOtU. I<,
of the cable TV system The 'OoY.mor" proclamationemphasise I the winner of the first such : Chapter and Ronnie Whitehead taking of the feeding. of the 1 the Tampa, Tribune dating
ilurliin Ii'usuli' lintItiMd. plan> wee adopted Ingixxl I iIftt$-Nd trim tf) the 'honl l hattentletl while Ben. Johns was representing -
wait thai
He asked that both firms award given In UM. DsmplrrIs chaplain of the Htarke FFA fsnn animals ss his project .
she fact that over fell more then $11I0.- said In ."- I \: InTalUlmnwe
faith. Casey during the his corwtttutenU
detailed SMI! IOM-e1I
until a later claw to enter recent gradual of UWUnlv"ut chapter who received Blat Mr.. Nelson Clreen I .
a IDU 1 ..
five million Ftotidiarui are enJoytna ooo bcluw Dales In at Us r. "nomeon was'
nurplltit .
proposals on their systems : of Florida School! !' Chapter Farmer Dwwreea. B L received a aptHlsl I sward for pieMliiK
Phil I
Yawn told Hurst that ; more nutrttto and vn- of Agriculture,. I' ......k. president. of the Fla hrr wlUlngnewi to allow. ttKFFA to nidiiuger )Ji-cllull' "We. alitl'-lpaleil" totalfuliipllunce I oilier oblnrtlons, nuil, br taking advantage' of him" by
H wootd be very difficult for sad. ml at lower cost, rel- J. D. Odom. : Bank at Btarke.. presented !the chapters to UM her CronkhlteThruiiuli > with the law. Hivf. 1 IIKVV: were III the arcs of dnr plitring fill dirt on hU prop

any firm to submit a reasonable sttrve to waff*., than rvrr before. Pour kcal men.cattleman and i awards alone with two %U I iichool busSmart l II\"t week, receipts, (ell lhat our plan l>..i."...1 unfrvrdiiin 1 M'grutloii. of bus tri\n'I.JClrt.. _rty.1C
prominent ;' from. sales at the rnrikrt totaled of clinltit. was. ,
proposal before It knew Savings Bonds lion furllltlen, and til* assign- (Membrsof the
faUifr of Starke Chaptar : I 1.19,1,05074" ,: : > : fur. UO.OWi I I'
the regulations and requirements MU Oreenhand Award sinirul riu'iit. of. leathers, Caitey m.M) .Mon" 'tn IMJ: were; Jerome
the city U going to ..- OttosUM part that Wmn-. Vice-President. John Odom; i Btar Pat- j Enters flats of beirta at ait overdue, |j..l.. Wmlneiuliiy, Caiwy silt. { '.111...... needed to l I..i .lwl..1| | John. Itiw, .en H Oreen Cart
FlorIda Bobby
of : received by
Dixie tau played UM flouUitansVs .Peek president mere
B4 flatI several
of f i per Hint after coiituctliiil, Crawford.and .
out dearly./ C'stry was Mis.. B. U
such a system. more Prevail
tAbllsh on i
economy. A. D. Davis.preaidsnt e.nk. Btarke, along i I rick Bradford Chapter and : Guilty Plea I.lUlt I year tIe &totals.. wereM20.I4473 Offers In Wuithlimlon.. li.. li..ilnl.eii I told.. !\\.tn., Jewle.. Cnastain.:
council did. however,. C 1 Rtarke Chapter 'I
The and O ,
announced that hu with vr C. demons Danny Waters for 177 II'I fUU at Uast thriM teastills -
set next Tuesday.. May It, at company paid ever 10 million Oelger fathers of Btarke Beat Flrt-Year", Awsrli: M I U mart formerly' "fHnjoker :JUf'ronkliite. ( Irvea \ l llr Houifgtns tot( C..y. Knight wa county sStgrneylOther !
of $
at an average fur the turn-down\ In auunrrrastlun .-\40.U. ..
7 p. m. as the deadline for applications dollars In aalartas tut year 1 Chapter President Wayne were won by James Allen pltuutol. guolty. to arrMrge .said. that ourbuyer I i with Dr 'TI slay that lie would hays wmeuna oven

to be submitted.! All and.. a4v. .HMnf expoitMsi of Clemons\ and Bradford Chapter Bradford Chapter and Lamar of grand .hirreny. whonrralgnrrf lad.. not yet. turned( In KllI'\JI of the Civil kightaltvlskra & I fri'in Ills office g.t in 11'.1.1 tiHirhliniiimlUtely A petition' was granted k>'
firms applying will '" requiredto over seven million President Billy (}Plc'f'fI CVmon Btarke ChapterEach In' Clrtult) Sort ln"tThurwUv i with. the .k>hn*, uirnttng vote
vtlilcli tiilKlit put Of
his fUuroH the >
Of Ik'I.lIrtlll."t
submit detailed proposal rashaward and Judge (im 1.Pattn I I.I I. I fuitl aitierlriterKliit to ....llIt 'I clone a portion nf graded road
a A total *f almost two Milton/ I[ were given honorary ml"mbo"r.bPuhlp boy> received a U III.Hraixin', tutul) over theI4DO llealtli.. I-Ului: .ntloil... and W..lI l- I Uke Butler Head I
TW committee I out acrvplsbUplan I Ithe
at later date tn the PTA In an impressive ordered a pre-Mvttvme In working an .
( ).no<) lunik fur sales at themurk't. .I
ptxnd of yiumU and overa fur east of the temtery *-
In tartlntf' Just
will meet next Tuesday I Investigations .. I
ceremony The t> yle Conner Awardsfor I I sold! that on* blilcc' 104
C'ux-y tTR
the Police Station to take avrrj Moon pounds< of perishableswere Hpeaker for the Brent. Mitchell Public Rpesklni were von >"", Pi was amtnerl. nf .'..,..1. llrudforilpl. ('..y asld" yesterday that)I. and running from
I Iwl'e. At .leant two Uri, growersIn Hun. by I"'W to the tn nit I BOA reward I top
other .P;>Ik-.Uon..nd U sold throagn th* com "Tim- Starling of Mseclenny by Otis Melton of the! Bradford 'Ins tt.MX). the prnlM'r1| flf his .,. In, fiiiul' .r. not In Imfwdlate .
,, the county du not "e'11, !! ttulrtMrrlis ti tt i III ih ( Rood I 'In presenting. the pvhtlon "
make known Its requlrementifor ..... ..,,.. Mmnrtf I II alit woulil
pany's stor** la freshman al, Lake City Chapter and John Odom 1.tty Ihroui'h the inji' k't'tlltfir mill s HKIIIIII ii'" Ie.,. 'sd, l I"> |Ieoiwuly.| behalf of owner of
a franchise.. Junior Colleve and ",S"th sloe HUrko Chanter 'The awards I nru,,krr. on Frb 24,. |ll.el I not tea ,dUnirhril) fur the rll' on
nullsvi 1 I' it, to wb'! at' 'Ij/lllT'' III ''II"" cud W4'' adjoining, property M A. J.
.. at thl fUt'al. yearheher
(Continual On I'ag 2. .1I/, :. / si ili-il! <.. ruauer Thomas. Hr and >A. J. Thorn-
To Concrete Firm ... a plan U scteutecl or
aa, Jr attorney Dennis s
".dwe Pierre amid the road I III batru
I \ will have. to bay anIt'toved ".
used, mainly as lover'sfan.
plan' to apply tar \
| ." Commissioner flamiltonreported

Authority Criticized On Land r:>owr.l*. ul") filiuN' the, sniirrlnteml'itt altar Judy I i two. boys that drag he racing recently on saw the.

ate 1 oil' road I. which ls now llttl
Sale of the property to handled" under existing ordln III( a letter to Casey. anuiii I .
I .
Chart of "hush-hush" brought a afnst the Bradford After ad that land belonged 1 we .1..1.I
tion tn arlllng two acres of County Development"! .Author to tM taxpayer" Edward Empire CoOC'rpt.apvl'OY' I ances swd referred the : -,-In* rrlertlon, of the nrU- I JnhrM moved that the Board

property at "a token fee"* were tty at Tuesday i nlsrhfs City tnld. the council Th land IdI ed unanimously by five the Streets CommitteeTh erI : t) plan FranrtA KO'pp.1 l lII : request the Lgtrlatly.. delegation :
OevloumentAuthority low bid of Ksrdy AuU H.. ('f'cimmUolon of M: members of the \ to& a population
Council meeting by tM owner I I, hurts' sold for 1100 p"?r sere I prepare
of atairke'e only concrete pro- plus lets! fees and survey on ....rch'l and Males of II.MI 14 was accepted : t atUi( uilil. "I ,..\.11thO') .art airthorlslng" the ComrnH- t

Homecoming ducts firm.J. routs a deed' transferring tltl was on. lulf-Um pkk-gl I HI difficulty ,that. mAn, slum .t various" time* to help

executed on April>> 30F true Mil district' f..... in sinirlp lltles. In Bradford :-2:
of the think have just criticism.
a( Edwards, owner "I you s
A large number 12)) of bib ::n 4 plan. rim ilenvgregki .. The i
HOPE Bradford Engineering' Co.. :' Councilman Orle WI,. .wsrd* aril he called ? Coiinry with str et work. ,;
member of the Authority were received on a tractoi, 1 if'I ,"i Meirrrthelew. the law. motion .and favorable votefnltnwerf
entlciaed the DereoprnentAuthontr tins said, acid wa echoed bynsarly every ,.
BAPTIST ell eRCII for sellln the eornpetln everybody In the meeting to protest when he found' bark hoe and trencher Tie], A 4( i r i -rt- r*'"nlatlori4 reqiilr s request by Mfg. ;e

out about the transaction: lie. : are to& bP evaluated by ttwrlty's ,r. r>i suUealllrs, !! >n tak th. tads. rvWater. that the coont :fI.

TH KRESS; ASunday. Inc:, *two firm acres Onpire of land Concrete on Edwards room said Ute! aim! of said Authority! Chairman H .nc'n-.u.' 'Reynold! wry aeilnti. 'n .tul. th flOUt grader not dig any .
Hills of Jackson. ,O-i,. .f'U, ..n Of nrriooU foln
May 9 Edwards Road at a nominallee deeding Use lard to the Development II Kverett told him the "dealIs "smith arid V dirt on her side of a street
f of 1100 are He said Authority was to closed". rUle before orn M accepted, ... nut Negrii students .*JHi that, war being worked on 'tnI
per .
Ins bidder ws Buprrloi II. 4* |X .ujir>l- If the dUn .
DinnerAFTERNOON at the meet- |fsmp ton
Ila.*et the council should be aware attract Industry that would In other set ion i I
U Inr' Tractor Co, of Ja<-kvmvti.; [ al ptortlpoo'f'! In fed-' | The Board Instructed Read
of the action alUIot&rh" create more jobsThis o
14047 .p.r\WJI ,-+Utei! t pro.rama' UfO' 1 .
on a MaMrytractor Foreman. Jones to .tart cleans
now out of then bands tincc wont. brine more Job Kdwsrd showed the council "
Sons Service) Killft Oil "" ronprinsl- Ing nut' Water Oak. Creek
the city In November, 1M. to town." he _!d. "If they get plans of a 4oaubdlnalOn
the I'll be land he owns Dr Calvin Houpt requested For Centennial l 1lh: tot adopting and carrying I Wednesday. from U. 8. 301
half just on
Public Invited deeded what U known as my ri* propones Ready ,
wit a o> Ir, to th* Long Starling property:
eat,'. Industrial site on Edwards : forced la rut my employees In In south Ktark between 8B- that H-rrlwUU HI i
Road to the AuthorUy."I '. half. Edward saM the firmprobably 100 and the ffwboard' AlrUn southeast. Btarke. an which "tv' /' '"/ |fci...liU.... Jr. |11.11)l (, rhalrnunr. ami ...". and Mr*. must Inevltitoty real with local I I In the Hetlbronn section. It

This Space CoatribaW don't mind them movingIn. plans to Install a Railroad He waked J th* council bought a horn.. be paved Thi' 4iuwr |l_....h.. m 4rl e_
Weekly to Publkixe) but I don't like: the Bradford portable miser that -eaj be what conditions hoP would matter. was referred' to UMBtreets ,' Nay 21-ft ""- ..".,._a arealag, ,Ike. .._a_....' wf .n....,... Casey said ther had been. merit for work along the test

Community EvraU by Drwlepment Authority I I.IJ moved her In 24 hours and b* required to meet in order Commjttt ., sal .., f.1.......,. Smu..g'. at'.4.I4' .. r. 1/ay Ifl. 1M' "% he.... only sins application. from I.! rest of the ereek have notheels

wtn.. them to buy land. for out a.aln In the same length ofttme. \n hAft th> plat of the nw t> nursman of R.ynoM. ( rwotevt will. tio. ...... M...rot.,, May 1t. U _!....< MU. ".J. : Mem "11ft..nt for adm.on&It \ ,' signed. Jonva said hfl bad.

The CommunityState a tokn fee of Oleo per ...-n. ." He said he doubu the subdivision arrepteoT. Smith and HUls. reported l' *. I* reigs) over the. weekend fm.4ivHI,b A*< 4iniir. & Bradford County lllhMchool ,, i; p Tml'"lon to> operate county
firm Intends to Innate hr Chairman Carl Hurst told that Uw treatmn / Iwforv UM April 19dj | Mtjlpment on about 1 I S miles.
They should be retrains to buy sewage <' ... wlXMl .
.III. hM aIb.* griMmrf SH* MMixUy, May 1 feline.ed .
Bank could boo leMeUmrd, On >lA their Und like t !bought mine. permanently him th* profjnwtl 1 Page IJ: ) .
| icy a ,wlimil. swvgean .to ISM .tt__ eI (Continual Oa Fs(* 2.) (Contkntwd .On PaP Twdl< |

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MAY e. 19 Tllrn D.\Y,

r 1 1I I Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering I Dev. Authority Hit On Land Deal J 1

I Ij. spent the weekend In Sanford
with Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Pick-

ering.- w IContlnued From" Page Onel)

j.I j. Mrs Erne Johns had as i Disabled Vets County Service Officer or

I Saturday guests G. W. Baden !.,,- plant .Is 5-10 percent ahead of write him at P. O. Box 1437.

GLADYS MOOTYPhone I and Mrs. Martha Hollo- schedule.( The council also! ac- I May Qualify St. Petersburg1 Fla. for fur-

: 961-0051 I way of Jacksonville and Mr S'-4' : i opted a low bid of 12.766 of I For' Life Insurance ther information.
and Mrs. James Smith and y the Wallace Equipment Co.

-- sons of Ocala on Sunday.Mr. aa a new pump for the city's I Melvin T. DIxon of the Fla." Auto Crashes

=;\\n. Mlnnlis Edwards of Miss Martha Weldon of and "Mrs Keith OUling- number two well. The bid was I I Dept of Veterans Affairs, has

* City and Mrs. Lottie Jacksonville is spending this ham of Tallahassee will\ spend J just $30 more than the estimated .. announced that a large, but I Barricades;

:ttHt.)) of Gainesville! are new I week with her mother, Mrs. the weekend with Mr. and cost of repairing the I.I unknown number of Worl

.tlcnts In the Starke Nuvs- Gladys Weldon, before leaving MTH. Guy Sale I pump which has been out of War II and Korean Conflict Two InjuredTwo
!'M Home. : this weekend for West Miss Jean Mundy of Talla- i ,= a order for some time. Ruckman i iIII I veterans could qualify for the
=.MI' ihassee! will be home for tha: I Jd. : National Service
and Mrs. Henry Stefan- Haven, Conn. new type of
rill\ attended the christening Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mathews Mother's Day weekend:! I Purchase: of a pump to teat I',i Life Insurance to be offere.-" persons were slightly\
Mrs.\ Fred Guy of Gainesville fire hose by the Fire Department starting May 1 injured Saturday night May
their: granddaughter, Mary and son, Bo. spent the for one year <
san. Stcfanellt. on Sunday at weekend at St. Petersburg visited her mother, Mrs. A, Z.I i was approved along with I, 1963, provided service connection -j! 1, when their 1991: Oldsmobile:

:::n:;.. Patrick's Church In Mr. and Mrs. Walter TIm- Adkins on Wednesday and at-I 500 feet of hose at $1.20 per is established for some 1 struck road construction
oW6\lnes\'l11e. merman and Mrs Dora Fender tended the Woman's ; foot. The council also instructed -I II disability. A grant of service I II I warning signs Just 300 feet
May Breakfast : Fire Chief R. C. [tRedl i I north of Starke's city limitson.
=W A. Stern underwent sur- of Stockton Oa. were week- connection for mast: any con- j
: Marc Jackson attended the I Buford to refuse all requests dental U. S. 301, Trooper L. N.
'l'y Monday In tho Oalnes- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. 'I dltlon, other than
wedding: of Miss Barbara Mer- tto! use a fire truck to wet ] If Fowler reported this week.
9 mie Medical: Center following D. VIning. The VlnliiKS also could qualify an applicant
n fall at home where he re'Ivcd had as' Sunday guests Mr. and rill to Joe Smith In Umatllla 11 down baseball diamonds.: The I I h@ U otherwise in good health 1 Driven by Franklin Eugene

('( a broken hip. Mrs.' J, C. Vining of Palatka. Sunday afternoon I chief: said he has received i j Dixon said. j ji I Tyre, 31 of Fruitland Park:
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Doverof several such requests. Councilman II more Fla., the Oldsmobile failed to
Mrs F. F. Stump and Miss Lt. and Mrs. Mike Ooldwira( i During World War j I
Itlllan\ Hlbblnz, Minn were visiting Ruby Johns said the 1| than 600.000 serviceman were' acknowledge flashing warn-
Stump are spending of Fort Benning Oa. and Mr. '
mother's Day with Mr. and and Mrs. Ray Gold: wire and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume! Kindergarten Presents Sleeping Beauty' Program Street Department has a treated for malaria alone. An ing lights and warning signs

]Mrs William H. Thomson in of Island Va. from Monday to Thursday email! \ pumper tank on a truck additional unknown number and traveled 293 feet through
son Big were
Alontlccllo weekend guests of Mr. and after spending the winter in :I ;Mains Prl.-t'H. Kindergarten prenentwl "7 h8 Sleeping Beauty" program In the hip that might be ale to do soma I contracted other diseases suffered road barricades and sljns:
1 Ft. Lauderdale!' school" auditorium. TUf'I.dI1Y..prtJ' 20. Children taking part were! of) the Jobs. underwent placed in the road to direct
| Injuries or
(tarry Baxlcy of Doctor's'Ynirt Mrs. Gilbert Ooldwire. Ray
'!' !" and: Billy Starling ofF I Goldwire is being: transferred Mr. and: Mrs. Kenneth Orl- 1st row (frmn leftt) Keith {Carter, Briar I'atruy, I>rew Barry Lynn Morley, Joe( Brats A request by City Clerk I| minor surgery while In serve! traffic Into a single lane because -

arks are patients In Doctor's 1 to Great Abaco land In the der and daughter.<< Kathy hum, Jim Shiner Ella Kkard: Kollne Gre n. Edwards to set up an Inven- ice. In the absence! of any disabling of road construction.

Hospital' I Bahamas for the Owens' Illinois I visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W 2nd row (Err) Ruth Ha/en, Janet Montgomery Kin Tfinly Pun Tucker Cynthia Itory control system and to I residuals many failed Tyre and his wife, Betty

Paper Co. His family will I Douville In Orange Park on Thornton Brenda Rolx>rtn., Cindy Wood Crystal Thornton John :Ml/cll.:: [purchase a new bookkeeping I to me.. claim with the VA. DIxon Tyre. 27, were!' treatedat

accompany him. Sunday. 3rd row. I-r) I Robert Evans" Ted Hamilton Vail Tonxto!, Carl Grady. Jimmy LM Jay. machine for his office was However If service connection I the Bradford County Hospital
.. II Mrs Philip Cronkhlte and and abras
Mrs G. L. Farber and MM. Godwin Jaunts Starling, Gene Tanner Wade "'Inkier.Ian HU'ko. and Duvbt Powell. tentatively approved. Edwards lis established now' they might I for bruises
Etta Fay GUI are attending daughter, Gale and Jackie (told the council his present I, well qualify for this insurance.!' ions. Six-year-old Debra Jean
Win Hines Gerrl Mooty, Betsy date and not injured. Damageto
the board of directors meeting machine Is out of I Dixon urges! all veteran. Interested Tyre was
and banquet of the'lt Mathews and Carolyn> Faulk- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Preston I Inadequate' for the city's operation In securing the new the automobile was estimated
ner spent last Saturday at Anastasia PsJatka I Commission today. insurance who have neverfiled !' at $200.
Florida Heart Assocla- Moore and family were in and family oft '
Park, St. Augustine. The clerk aim reminded the for claim for service 1 Tyre was charged with wilful -
A lon at the Mayflower Hotel Kingsland and WoodbIne. Oa were visiting Rev. and Mrs.
Mrs, C. M. Fowler of Winter council that no audit has connection, to complete the]I and wanton reckless driving -
n Jacksonville! tonight. over theweekend visiting John Brabham on Sunday i
Je Park and Mrs. R. L. C Thomas ,' books
been made of the city for .
Local admittances' to Brad- relatives. Mrs. Pauline Torode entered Endorses application compensation I
"' of Wildwood spent the In eight months. He said the and submit It, along with the
Pile "oixl County Hospital! this Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome St. Vincent's Hospital Sunday I
weekend with Mr, and Mrs. board will need facts and figures -
for to
week Incliid": Charlie Beck- were visiting friends In Pan- for observation and treat application insurance
nvii of Hawthorne; Mrs. Mllrael Herbert Thomas and also ama City from Friday to ment. I Metro shortly to make up a the nearest Veterans Administration Plastic Notebooks $2.2 at the
visited! Mrs. R. A Thomas in Study for 1M9-06: fiscal
budget V-.t
In \
Kalllnwvorth: : Mrs. Monday. Mrs. Bernard Cohen will return -, Regional Office, or to
the Nursing Home. Telegraph
: Marian: long, Mrs Maggie of Mrs. Jewell Noegel and to her home in Aberdeen ,ear. contact their local Veterans'
Mrs Marshall Cannon I
Ellington Mrs Calllc Onlncy. Bev- Md. this weekend after two
KOCHCASH Chlefland and Mrs. Bert Lay- daughter Sharon (Continued From Page One 1
Mrs. Donny J'an Warren of erly Crawford spent the week- weeks visit with her mother.
ataike; Colin E Halle Sr. of field: of Trenton were last I end In Orlando with Mrs. Mrs. Wesley Andrews. said that the necessary survey MOTHER'S DAY
and Wednesday
Ralford; Samuel Godwin of Francis Clark and son, Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brookins could be made then the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. a. A.Gay I
: Maxvllle; Mrs. Marlon S. Boss They all went to Daytona and children of Beaufort, S. C. work done while condemnation -
li well of Melrose; William A. Beach on Sunday. and Mr and Mrs. Curtis Edwards |, proceedings for the THIS SUN. r MAY 9
Recent guests of Rev. and
I Moseley of Lawtey; James Mr. and Mrs. Robert\ Green of Jacksonville spent I rest of the needed right of I ,
POT Mrs. Thomas F. Orady were
Ashcomb, of Waldo; and Mrs. and Sally Torode were visiting the weekend with their parents way were in progress. ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Lee and
We Have A Wide
Lillian B. Blackman of Hamp- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe in Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Shuford said he thought ,
No riirzle to Solve. Nothing 1 children of Houston Texas weekend. Dukes. : that when work was actually
Sanford over the Wonderful Selection
to Write No Stomps to I ton.Members of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee Mis. C D. Williams Is visiting Mr. and Mrs Robbie Shaller I started that more of the landowners -

Uok. No Obligation Just I I chancel choir were guests of Lake Mary, and Mrs Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Bill ClarkIn and Mrs. Nancy Gunter were affected would comply .

Ouroe In EBC'h'lM'k or Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hitch at a I Price of Lake Monroe. Eau Gallie Saturday overnight guests of I with right-of-way requests. -'{
Mrs. M. W. Cressler! has returned -
Several Time a Day and Get' fish fry at their summer Mrs Irene Johns Mrs Hen.rlctta Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tllley Robert A. Drtggers. Union r
Your FREE "Ciwh Pot" home on Santa Fe Lake priorto from ten days visit Hunt and Mrs. L. D. In Jacksonville. On Sunday 'County clerk, told the Board
with Capt. and Mrs. William
Ticket. choir practice Thursday Green were visiting In Gainesville they all went to Eau Gallic to about the Federal: surplus
K. Booth at Fort Walton
Last Week's Winner night Tuesday.Mr. visit Mr and Edgar Ounter commodity program that !ta'

UNCLAIMEDCash W. H. Bennett of Live Oak Bench.Mrs. Bessie Faxon of and Mrs. Guy Sale were Mrs. Nancy Gunter will remain now being administered in his -W'oR
was a weekend visitor of Mr. in Blloxl. Miss last Saturday for extended visit. county
Pot. NOW Gainesville" was visiting herslater Public Health Nurses Arlln ._ _aI
and Mrs Fred Bennett. to Wednesday attending a | Among those attending! the I I --a -
Mrs. Vergle Flynn
Mr and Mrs. J. G. Moyer Food and Drug Convention. Roberts family reunion at McKnlght and Joyce Rlherd:

$$100.00Quality and family of Jacksonville week.Attending! the funeral of They also visited Dr. and Mrs. 1 Mount ZIon Baptist Church at I I hud been asked by the Board GIVE MOTHER THE PRETTIEST
were Sunday guests of Mr. i C. J. Naftel In Birmingham, Swift Crrrk on Sunday were I, to make a study of the our
W. in Jacksonville
1" Greene!
Orn*.. enD quality and Mrs. F. W. Strickland. Ala. from Thursday to Sun Mrs. Wesley Andrew and i; plus commodity program with
on Monday morning were Mr. I '
Prescription Service at Mrs. J. S. Sapp celebratedher and Mrs. Buford Mitchell, Mr. day. daughter!' Mrs. Bernard Cohen ,'an eye toward adopting the Summer Dresses
KOCmi DRUGS 77th birthday anniversary! Mr. and Mrs R. O. Dan bY of Aberdeen, Md. Mrs 1 1 name program for Bradford
and Mrs. Tom Casey, Mr. and! I
Have Your Next Ib FUIrdKOCH'S Wednesday at a dinner at the have had as' visitors Mr. and Jessie/ Chastain Mr and Mrs. County. The Investigation will
Mrs. R. A. Sallzar Rudolph
AT Mrs. J. B. Darmby of Perry Ronald Andrews Mrs. Willie!i i continue and a decision will
home of her son-in-law and
Sink Guy Andrews, and Bob over the weekend ani Mr. and Map Judd. Mr. and Mm.Hulph : be reached later Chairman 99 Others 5" ./
daughter Sheriff and Mrs. P I Pateraon. Roberts said. 8 4
I. Mrs. Roy J. Andrews of Jacksonville Bryant. and J. C'I .
1). Reddish. Weeks. Under the program, i in 5.99 to 10.99.

". on Sunday Mrs. Luc-lie Davis has r>- Union County, flour, cornmeal

I turned! from .nn. __ _1fiffiv_ vlldt margarine. butter dried' M... wm: loot. W .ffoW. h M* J.... tnhloM. from L
m i c..,.'.. All .. r. far .. .. .
with' Mr. and Mrs L. F. SmithJr i bl'alpponut butter, powdert'd Mty. er KIM < --.
to war, A .larq. ..r'W of sryl'** ana. salsa. I.tiy
In Patton. Mrs. H. O. Davis I; milk and canned meat are .
.F.i.r. tykes sad l IMlkUe..
NICE' and children of Gainesville distributed' free to needy people -

: spent Sunday with Mi's. I In the county. Cost to the

IlAPPYiMOTHEKS-'DIYI Davis here.Charles I county was estimated at about
J Davis of Fruit- |3no per month.

land Park was last Thursday! I I In other! action the board: :

night visitor of Mr. and Mrs.L. -Approved the purchase of
a -_. A. Dn V III. |:1 a one-half yard used dragline/
Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss' from Richardson Tractor Co.
of Jacksonville for $13.343.
Mamie Anderson of Archer
EN10Y THE NOSTICK COOKWARErTHAT MAKES SCOURING UNNECESSARY! were visiting Mrs. E. M. Davis I I Voted to study an application -

over the weekend. They to buy 18 acres of

_**ffi> NYION arA1UlAAuo lilted' their brother, C. B county land on New River

arooN Anderson. in Jacknonvllle on near the Reddish( Andrews /
TEF15NfNO Sunday afternoon.' I place on suggestion that the"

Mrs. Edward Burns and land might contain deposits

\Mrs. W B. Srogrfn. attendedthe 1 of phosphate.Paired it re
staff meeting of the\ Santa t to move a septic' t I
SCOURING NEEDED J3IQY. PB Regional Library Board tank on Mrs. J. P. EddlngV + a

In Galnenvllle on Wednesday. property on Morgan Road.

.COOKS WITHOUT STICKING aAUC11AN "M Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tyler I Heard a suv.rtlon by j i
GUkdBeaxL of Red SIM: Ings, 8. C. were' CummUnloner Hamilton that i
Sunday overnight guests of the mosquito control department / i

\Mr' and Mrs Philip Cronk-' look Into buying two v
t bite i acres' of land near Graham i 1 I

3AUCi iAN Mr. and Mrs. John Orern3: | for a garbage dump.

i t OtZ ir1 spent the weekend with her) -Voted to grant a fortune

[S : parents Mr. and Mrs H. L.Chancer telling Ilcenne to Mary A f
In \Monttcvllo.Mrs. Johnson who resides on U. S.

la ) Robert Nlhoul of Jacksonville 301 South..A.skrd. Cool and Comfy Famous'MoIe Star'
was vlsltlnn Mrs. H.I Mosquito Control
t L. Bronnleo lust Thursday to investigate a complaint of

MU-M Linda Wasdln' has accepted cans being dumped Into Pr*> SUMMERSLEEPWEAR NYLON

UI a nurse', position with' vatt Cemetery south of Starke,. SLIPS s
the Public Health Department'' Heard Foreman Jones report

I In Saraaota. that relocation of a bor-

I'' 11 Pc. 9:5? : Dr. and Mr. J. L. Stlth> and row pit Is one factor holdingup 199 299 O99C
family of Valdoot On were work on the Bethel 1 AND

SET vkittng her parents Mr. and Church Road; and A. W. Van

COMPLETE Mrs. L. 1"". Dtnklns. over t.ue'. Nett of Keystone Heights law Job ,...Ndft: ew..w tar sa..ft.
weekend. report: that some culverts had geew sad aIwome ._, .Kw.-. .t6o S..
rilOT. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw; i collapsed on the road near his Solid ....... ....... hot !I.... SM.Me ash. '1 apt
COVIR r spent the weekend In Birmingham. home.Rlahtofway. .HM 1 Dxr*. ....*. tosy" ..... .....'c.. Wk*.,
purc* OVIN 3 sa.. S. hL. bl.ct ..*.. S'13.' -**. :
FITS Ala. with Mr and on the C C

eoTN + Mrs. John Koprlouaos. Anderson School road at Law
troy was reported as costing
x DesegregationPlan
f lo

i.'r' s'tk Inadequate CHURCH: 299r0499u..f'oC' :

900 Block Went Madhon SI. F

t rw+a/aa ,
original We will be glad to have .+
plan of desegration.Since you
.. .
Her Is today's most practical cookware set. Cooks without annoying 4 our plan has been at aU of our services: Sunday ..s .ab
t or '"- '1.."....../ Fashion Blouses r
S. sticking clean without messy scouring thanks to DuPbnt's rejected we have taken no Schedule!'; Sunday School ...Hoe lor oitro i
.action on the application Church( In Study) 9-44: a. m.. loot*. Mtity ..* =
aiming Teflon. Yes, cook with or without fact or oils, foods
Casey Mid yesterday, caching Services (Church in Isb.old koodlrt. FOR MOTHERLAST
I : won't stick to the super slick Teflon suffice. Clean with, just a Worship! 11:00: a. m.. and

CLEANS LIKE MACICI sudsy cloth, no scrubbing or scouring needed. t Berry Sales Drop 7:30: p. m.. Training Union
(Church In Training 1 8:15: : p. 3 DAYS! O99
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TEFLNvu the markf t, would bring Bradford'a Wednesday: Family Night Seamless Hose Sale *
and Worship Service bnrln-
w Denmark Furniture Co. total berry revenue for
1965 to around 600000. Last nIne 8:30: p. m. Coming Event: 1.M.cI. fray ed...J
: Dally Bible school June 718. OUR REG. 75c i..r r
year this overall total was R"T. FHtVr L. Rowan Pastor = ..Sd .:=. see S-er
estimated. at $730.000.: !1- Pin cooIlM' MJcro. moth 3 PIS. 189 M+e w. ........ Sin s..l.lor .
" -- A few flats dally are still !I Flastlo Notebooks U.2. at the inxlut. Hewed IS; 44.AD..OltD .

434 ..West, Call Street I Phone 961-1321 Starke. Florida being brought to Ut market )j .. to. ... Vft I* I t. _

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Mrs. J. A. Griffin r,. !' WCTU Meeting IP
Entertains Board Held LastVeek I :

Qo'- Mrs. James A. Griffin The Apt 11 meeting of the

f: president of the Starke! Wom .. WCTU was held Wednesday
an's Club entertained mem A afteinoou. Apr 23, In the
MOOTY\ bers of the executive! board at Gospel labtfl'iuclo ciupel

I a coveted dill luncheon at After a Uevotlonal! by the
Phone 964-0651 her home on Kingsley Lake! neae president reports were given

last Wednesday;! tee showing! wide distribution oi r

I The buffet table: way covered y' the oovvrnot's proclamation
Mrs A. R. Norman
with a white linen cloth for Youth Temperance Week c I
Hostess To DKGMrs. and centered with a beautiful and other literature. Scrap

arrangement of spring flowers books were made: for the local

A Russell Norman en- Individual tables were placedIn nursing home, and for other
; tertalmd officers committee the Florida room for din. shut-Jns. hI '

'chairmen, and Starke! nwinbeis ing. Arrangements of spring t '1 It was reported that the dPk'hvel _

of Alpha:;: Nu: Chapter of flowers were used throughoutthe h,1 S y ten-year drive for a million -- .. _._ -
Delta Kappa Gamma, on Saturday rooms. members, outlined by National .
May 1. with a lunch- During a business meeting to be completed in 1974. Is In rtwMng: line nt {'11(1' rin-rpt Ion last week. (from I.UI1.) : ..*. 010.... K.: WUlDII. ,

eon at her home on East Call after the luncheon. It was i .getting underway- and those : .... I. .\. .Ihitlis. Mrs.: K.: K, IVrrjmun. Mn: I. U. ...."...11. .llr.. II. U spears. and Mr*. I

Street voted to refinish the floors of wishing to align themselves- Lester. en'"..

W I The dining table was cen- the club house Mrs. Orlffln with this cause are Invited to I
yry tered with a May pole: arrangement -I expressed her appreciation to sign the pledge and Join the I UDC Chapter Observes Fiftieth AnniversaryThe I
of satin ribbon I the board members' for thel-! local organization While
and day lilies' in shades of yellow -, loyalty In performance of WCTU is a. woman's organ W T Week's Chapter The receiving line stood In'' Presiding the silver services
orange red and pink their duties during the club isation men may become honorary UDC observed' its fiftieth an front of the large fireplace In 'I placed at either end of

Quests were served on Individual year members. nlvei.Hjuy with a benefit party the lounge. where the mantel I the table were Mrs. J. W. Kln

LL tables with colored mats In the Womnii'v! Club bulUUnn \was/ ilecomtoil with an ar- i cald and Mrs R. A. Green.

and napkIns. Arrangements of I I M Mrs. J. \V. Kincaid Named Mr. And Mrs. Meng on TUes other flowers were used In the ,c. from eight to tn uclock.The uludloll ant centered with I were Mrs. F. B. Beard.
Miss Carole McRaeTo living room and family room. I I 'Club Woman Of The Year Have Open House club house WM artistically nuitinolln' blossoms! the chap r Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Mrs. H. L.

Following the luncheon ; decorated' In red and! ter's flower, and two Confederate I Speer Mrs. O. I* Haynes Sr.
Wed May 29th plans for the remainder of the I !Mrs. Jeanette! D Klncald In addition to serving as officer Mr. and Mrs. PrancU Meng white! flowers! and potted flags( Red burning candles Mrs.! Bertha, "Pearce Mr.

year' and for next year were I was named outstanding club or director of various were honored at "open house"at palms. In tall ebony candlesticks Ocorne Flynn Sr.. Mrs. E. C.
Mr. and Mrs Donald F Mc- made. Those attending were i woman of the year by officersof community organizations, she their new home on Hampton Greeting guest at the door balanced the arrangement.RefienhmentA Mathews, MI',. Herbert Noll-

Rae announce the engagementof Mrs. Marie Burned and Mrs. the Starke Woman's Club works on, many committees Lake on Sunday afternoon and presenting them. to the were servedIn man Mrs. Ruby Johns and
their daughter. Carole Evelyn Dew of Macclenny ': Wednesday. Mrs. Klncali said: "My from four to six o'clock when receiving line were Mrs. Mattie the club auditorium from Mrs. W. B. Mundy.

Jeanlne, to William Terry Mrs. Blanche Douglas and Recently: named to the Ideal is to promote cultural l approximately 30 guests call- Oahagan and Mr. d. J a beautifully appointed table, Mrs Lloyd Green playedold
Hancock ion of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Winnie Geiger of Lake Starke Library Board. Mrs. development In my community vd. MeOilff 8r The receiving has covered, with a handsome cutwork Southern medleys during

Dewey Hancock of Milan Butler; Mrs. Julia Hancock i I Klncald U also public relations and to help' create more! Hosts for the occasion wereMr was composed. of Mrs E. :t linen cloth. Further carrying the evening and group singing .

Tenn. Dr Mary Zellner and Mrs 1 chaiman of the Bradford interest\ by every citizen in and Mrs. Paul Menvc. Mr. Ferryman chapter pre+.ddent; out the red and white wu enioyed.Among .
Miss McRae Is a graduate Loreen Foster of Oreen' Cove '1 i. County Hospital Board local and national affairs as rnd Mrs. Lawrence Meng.! Mr Mrs L. A. Davis\ chatter pl'f'.. colors of the chapter, was an the guests attendingthis
of the University of Florida Springs: Mrs. Tommle Nolln. + "Since coming to SUrke In loyal; cltlrens." al\1Mra. Joe Olxsy, Mr. and anent! and a real l Unuuhter o' exquisite arrangement of red affair was.. Mr. J. M.

College of Education where Mrs Edna Hart Miss Reba ,it .: 1039 her life has been literally She once received' a certificate Mrs. Robbie Shaller Mr and the Confederacy: Mrs!! J. B: carnation and white snapdragon Mitchell a. .real daughter of
she was a member of Alpha Starn. Mrs. Sue Wlnkler. filled with club wolk of award as Ambassador Mrs. Peter> Pfleshger.) \:r and Wilson a charier. member and In. footed silverIowl. the Confederacy and now an
Omicron PI sorority. Mrs. Cleo Andrews and Miss helpful to her community." of Oood Will for the Mrs. Don Wiggins, Mr. and also\ a real daughter.: Mrs L. White burning tapers In honorary member

Mr. Hancock attended Mur- Delia Rosenberg!' of Starke. the Executive> Board said. State of Florida, from the Mrs.\ Mike Otlhooly, Mr and O. Powell a chatter member I three branched candelabra Cash donations received ut

ray State College In Murray Mrs. Cleo Andrews Mlssf Mra. Klncald has served as Governor of the State and Mrs Lee Knepper. Mr. Olatl- Mr. Lester CrI'WA. vIce-pveM- added.. a further decorativenote the door were applied. to the
Ky.. where he was a memberof Starnes. and Mrs Hart helped fl' I president of the United Cabinet Members ys Weldon Mr. and Mrs Ogden dent. : and other chapter of- to the table chapter Scholarship Fund.In .
Sigma Chi fraternity. Hs Mrs. Norman entertain her- | -11IIIII Daughters of the Confederacy In announcing Mrs. (Klncald Dates, ant Mr and Mrs\ flcern
Is employed with WOB. Inc. guests. : the Starke Woman's as outstanding club Richard Richards -- ----I'I

of Memphla. Tenn. Club: 3rd rice president woman of the year, the, Wom The laden[ home was attractive Mail Carrier snit l a half. I nerving a* a relief the nth chapter. of Luke
The mill be held .rtty carrier II* resigned' InHVbriutry the story of the prodigal ton,
wedding Beta NormanMartinMr. Starke Qarden Club: publicity an' Club pre May 29 In the First Baptist Sigma Phi chairman Xor the Woman'. James A. Orlffln slid: "Her potted plant and the refreshment following<< an Investi Mr. ClArk explalnml. It mean)

Church of Starke.Register The and Mrs. Howard Nor- Auxiliary of St. Mark's Episcopal : devotion to than who nerd table was overlaid witha Due Sentence gation. eager In Arabic. gladly! in
regular meeting of BetaSigma "
Greek, an" willing' in lUbrevr.'
Phi will held Mon man of Lawtey announce the Church; on the Church her help!) and her tireless efforts lace cloth centered with a
ReunionThe be engagement<< of their daughter Council; and was recently to encourage others toward centerpiece of mixed summer- I'lliiI Huh 23 a formerFtiuke Visitors WelcomeAt "The AA I I. sager<< glad and
day night at the home of Mrs
wllIl"0<< anything to atop
Mary Frances, to Jimmy Mar narnt'chalrm.n of a new clvlo Improvement make flowers in shades of pink. Mrs. mall Nirrlor, was lI..he,1011..1 -
Freeman 134 E.
annual Register Family .Register Jr. tin, son of Mrs. Carl Thomas park, beautification committee. her a most valued and below! Oilhooly presided at the sliver I l to bo eenlaneel 1 Friday" AA Meeting the drinking habit. Mr. Clark
South St.Altar
eafcl. "Again. \ \ ua welcome
Reunion will be held Sunday. of Starke. Mr. Norman Is a : ed' cltlsen of this community coffee service and crystal and In Jnrkjnmvtlla fmtarnl! court II. ClnrK. aecretarytreeaur.. .
to our meeting each:
on two count ut emb..alemenor you
May 16. at historic Warfare forthcoming: graduate of silver tray held assorted I
Society mull. .r .ltt.", a welcome to the Wwlnwdav. night at 1 o'clockat
Primitive Baptist Church on Bradford High School. I cake
Starke Elementary Birthday Party hi. Oor- Fain" Group uf Alcoholic the Bitvaturn! Army Campon
Through attorney,
U. 8. 129. midway between Wedding plans will be announced The host presented th- which meta. .
St. Edward's Altar Society Highway 100 between
1'lvrr of Klah
Stockton and Sta nvme. Ga. later. PTA InstallationThe For Lynn PollardLynn honored couple with a bras J tin Btnrke. .
at H at the
will meet Thursday. May 13, flrrplare pleaded,.. guilty In arraignment pm. Stark s. ul Keystone lUlghta.!
This will be the 16th annual set and a floor lamp
at 7-30: ( m. In the Parish I Bulvatkm Army Camp on
In Jackjuinvllle lantFrUtuy.
I reunion of the Register family. Hall p. WardSunderlandEngagement Starke ElementaryPTA Petard; eelebr t"tl herr I as a memento of the occasion proceeding. He had l bean ImUotod Lake. All visitors,
held an Installation of tenth i
., and all members and bt-thd.xv nr.nlve"! rv I and newcomers. to the area
friends are Invited to attend Told officers at the last meetingof Monday\ *' ,or' .IY with: a CU\IrUf\GS.: Make a pastry on six count \t .mtwiBlomentby are' especially welcome:
rtasUe Notebook. SUO at the the :year Tuesday evening. party for I IS frleo ,'e' In th I US euro" flour sifted; 34 tup a 'federal. grand' Jury on Ap- "It rusts nothing to b* a THE itioirr POINT fee the

Plaatle Notebooks 12.20 at the TELEGRAPH. Mr and Mrs Jennings P. Mrs W B Thompson' a carport of the* h.>m' In salt; :3 4 cup shortening, and ril 1.The member of AA, which I Ia matt
Telegraph. Ward of Palatka announcethe inata.Jledhe iniltctmont charged l him way von _I'". Com In and
past president: Saratoga Heights. I
7 or 8 tablespoon water Th up of people of all nation" .
engagement of their following: previdrnt. Mrs. The refreshment' t"jle | with theft of money from envelope ..
carrted fUlll11fmpdlllm apples peel .. bath man nut women, who are select your level. ESTZIt.'BROOK
cimMlgiml\ i from IxitlleWlUlama
daughter. Jody Karen, to John A, Torode: first vice- out the Barbie Doll theme ed and diced'; H cup auger; trying<< to And a way to atop
Richard T Sunderland son ,, president. Mrs Bill Eppn; sec' theme In Its centerpiece and 1H' l*,). cinnamon; t tablespoon to an Inauranf company drinking." Mr. Clark' add reunlaln r.... TELE-'
of Mr and Mr*. Richard N. ond vlce-prwUdcnt. Mrs: L. F.Gaiter ". matching accessories.The butter Mix in Ooorglu.
C.:: I'J-t ITS I Makea Klah hiut ben wMh th* The word "Fain" derive.frlm TFIKORAPII.:
I Bunderland of Keystone : third vice-president children enjoyed games syrup: I cup granulatedsugar Stark. pout. afire about year' the Ulbl and Is found
Heights. Mrs. Johnnie Oreen and Mrs. with prices and received favors ft Up. cinnamon 4 I

FOR Miss Ward ls a graduate of Michael Sexton: secretary of party hats balloons tablespoons butter, 2 cup.*! .
Palatka High Hchool. St. Herbert Green; and treasurer and candy .....r.
John* River Junior College' Sid Sbuford. Conducting the games and Bring syrup to boiling point A Gift From IS SURE TO

the Zora Ann School of Mode I During th* program Uw six awlatlng in serving were ar.d set aalde.

cling In Charleston W Va.. th grade presented a play. Lynn's sister, Janelle, and Make pastry roll out In
and Is. a senior at the University The Story of Peer' Oynt. Sharon NoegtLWherein large round sheet Spread apple

of Florida, majoring In filling on dough and roll ,.,_ Hap lf

design ... carefully a* a Jelly roll. off Inc.
Mr Bunderland ls a graduate the end. cut 3 4 Inch slice and

of Bradford County HUth place In a large. pan. Pour
School. St Johns River Junior NlarkK'a "hl..n 1..1. .
From ANDREWS DRUGS syrup around and over Blake
College, and will receive a at 490 degrees. IS I min. or until -

B B degree from In Business the University Management :. cti II I good.appU are done Theae are Whatever Her Age or Taste We Have A

SPECIAL SPECIAL of Florida this summer fohr I II O.xl bleu YOU everyone, ,
The wedding will be elf yIu,+a tturgecs LOVE LURA
event of Saturday May IS. at

Universal All Amity 4 p m. In St. James Methodist I Prison Flower GIFT FOR HER

Church. Palatka. I I return home you home. I loved It i

Hair Dryer Billfolds from the Veteran's hospital I The first dy I was home Show SetThe "
Recent Births I Gabby ls fat and happy to see ,alone I cried and was lonelyI I
me; I am weak and must fell weak and Oabby wa so I,..attain. Department,
In Zipper Ca eHeir. LESS Bradford County Hospital) : heal and get strong 'full of life he jumped and I of the m"....... Slat. I'rlaun will

announce the following I've asked the wind to sing ran and made me weary: lie I prwnt its fifth annual. Vlowf ;

$10.88 00 births for you wa well cared for and fat.. I IThow In Blat Farm Community /1
>$15.95< 20 Mr and Mrs Ray Mann Jr. A star to shine within the and healthy. Clubhouse. May 2031.Dmcrlrxnl .
Keystone Heighta. a daughter blue. I I lot. new great-grand/ I tut one of the beat

Pamela Lynn. Apr M And Oh. I've said a little child while I wa In the ho*. I Ipltsl /In this area. the arm* will b*
Mr and Mrs Curtis r. SulUvan prayer My grandson's wife presented by the ornamental. _
A Gift That Is Sure To Please gave ;
Starke a daughter That all the time and everywhere u* a girl baby Andrea Lynn horticultural, a..(.km of the '

Jenifer' Lynn. Apr 29.. they named her She!' U prtc- .< ", .,I. Rxhlbtta are' prepared l ,,. S- aoivY
COSMETICS BY Mr and Mrs Howe!! M Wll- !' Ooi'a great unmeasured love I lotu and ha* blorwlf.''ialr and j by Innwt Mud'"la l In a vu,-atlnnal I
Ham Hampton a son. Ilowell'Monron may be. blue eyea and I wM told she agriculture rehabilitation --.. ) TODD
Revlon-Max FactorCotyand William Jr. May 2 For you a wide and shiningsea. look like me, which made me! program. -?-
Mr arH Mrs Millard Olllmn IkwU for th. event will be z

Lake Butler a daughter The above poem was on one glad.Every. day I get a little DWltt HUw-htlr: ', |prison auperbtUtfvlant %

May 3 i of the card I received' whileIn stronger I manage! to dQ my> M II Jordan, di. Y
the Veteran Hospital. It rectorf education: : .,..1 L. O.
CANDY BY washing today and Neon I s
Mr and Mrs Jam** wu-1 was sent from my old hometown I think I shall Iron the few I Ilaktwtn vocationoal.rlcuk..N.u .
!Ham Smith" of Hwthorne announce (>lr.I..r.
in Pone Nebraska The piece dampened. Oubby and ,
WbitmanHolling.worth- Schraf f is the birth of a .on. j wind did sing a song for me I walked down the road a In announnlng the event Jordan fJ': 'i
William Walter on Apr 29 In UD I aurirl there will be 11 (1IV- t
around the comer of the I mJli'" and back which add. uj,
Dnrtor's Hospital hospital Somettmew I It wa lalona In the show, and that It %%
to two mile and that 1* doing
Kodak Drug Special I mournful and again It sang O K. I never thought& Ii will be the ..mi !Ucla quallly it ll lJJJallla'lul _
I I which has _
Premium MoneyFor of the future and perhap1 could be walking that far this I
: each,, In increasing: number i )
year &
great joy to com Only Dod J'aco
FILM For the WeekMAALOX Fair Project II soon. I walked that yesterday i *. I Iyp '
knows and plaza the future.but and hope to walk tomorrow,
left In 111 hands. I always I have not been able to 1. .,.... <1..I< M'f a.. I ..e.hsea.
Mark and White LIQ Th followings prrwma ar* have hop I .....f... /<< ...... f
127 and 620 asked f to call at the Horn teach my Sunday School: ctaa rr..i4.. .. r..*....
Drmonatratlon ot""" for premium My operation was sucensful" i I yet, but have found a good Is ,. r...... ;i M. -r J."*,- 4 7 A marvel:: of' flattery
and so far I am glad. Heavy man who will teach for 5411 \While.. 1....._
2 money: won by their *. young; I' T.. All ( ,.....?.. A"4 r.r.>.>!. and femininity, In a slip
bodies period
Limit 44e Limit S8e hibtta at the Cory Fair' O lifting of over a me I have told him should hi' ll.*.ln. "l 1./m.l III t..e.e*.4e Ar smooth 1J el I
Ruth 3cmn- Mrs of year, wa the cause of my : want to go somewhere I would : g.I.l "."' ro..... gleaming'
2 J Andrra. >n. disability I had the beet surgeon t.. .".. ...... el ,... ... ...,.. '" 'rlcof5 *"
Charles D$nkl vi. RosemaryErhard try to teach: one Sunday,. ....."... ..... ,........ I" ..,.. d 1 ,\ nylon
Mr.. 0e0rJr1oa>< .'-. and specialist' that Indiana Waited my hair before I'' .... ..,. .4.1..1.1, .. 4R I and fresh to touch '
TO YOUR HEALTH Edna \ afforded He was not started writing thl*. It I Is a ,<.... ., .".... ", r><..
DEDICATED Mr Myrtle Jon**, and
Banders.Th on the staff of the hospital/ nice warm day here and the1 ..ay ..... .i.Is.I. .... 5.6.5.. 'iiMe..y and no trouble at all '
J fit I*'** Whllv. 4.e..o X a 1
I but earn especially for my: sun U shining! *o pretty, Days! .... Las "f eeld ..',..IT.. to ..>. to laundor. IX
t You count for ACCURACY of f.../, J.d -it nt..'...01
al, can on U4 lIo\fr.L'f''KISlJ' surgery and to take care are so>> much longer now The I ir > I Ia
base 1'1.114., .! hi.. nllui !I. .
.. h.nIIn/ Mr ike*. AS'r.1:'\ t'OK Jfurt: I IIUrTl..T me afterward. I was *o very lawn green and daffodil ar* i Ik.. tourCC. ,.. ..f acidC..IY ir e. t
happy all the Ume I was In in btoom. ': .i *'. r'...tut.rllhM .
!KegiAlered lharmari are the h IpI\&J.\ I was the only .!. r.l...d..f imralk. tl'mIk Hi/e b Sin
At lat our dear young mortician .. lint lA lk.. HIM pvbluallw.. 30 to 12 10 to 20
ready to fill your Dorlor'a I're- annual Homecoming of floor The rt .
woman on my from Clay till I ha ,1 MSulu./ K..a. .*.. *r
M-riplion with profew U nalPrvcUion. Hop Baptist Church at Ther of the pat>nV* were menanUter started bolldlng him mortuary ....... ....11 be .Is .'111... .a4. ShortAverage Only the-
hM\ I ....I.s.I.. Is. pIVV ne.el
will* Burwiar
tb Yearn of Training M > *. I had a lovely room or funeral home In Orange ....,. ..4 ..>M oltlr. .<........ .f
r 9. with a basket dinner followIng with pint wan and my own Park- Wratberry Ortffu III < red nUlm' .... sad .k.CI N ...... Look is
v and Eiperictwe qualifies m to the morning ervir*. ...> shower and baU I was treated ,', kr IIM. ...1...... kl..*!. Tall'
A wonderful young man and I ... ..... .. .. .
I amrlr will be ai .11. '. Sad r .e
b* your I Doctor'! "Helper: pedal aonx like a. queen and I loved I have promised to come darn i I ells' *r .....* let h filed
hM\ during the aftcrnrmn. Tb every hour I was uncomfortable to help him start. I hope I am aces. It t>. *...... $$6.00 $ i:9SGTHURSDAY :
pastor, Rev Marl Parkham for about tour d.a18. then "'41 1 MMflo* J.dkl... Wfcll. .
able to liMp my: promla 1 .. .. a cordial invitation to M..rkr tnlm Whll AI
I wag free to leave my room. I have such wonderful*I water .f Ik. I..M Will ....
Andrews Drugs the pablle to attend' the day' . .,_
go to the canteen and aft in neighbors. One brQIWta' 7..5.e1 'Of M C r J f( 1 .
ac-trrMJ** wax" d..Md
th* lobby. Fun. I wa there 2t f:
1 cherry' Pe ar.rtne deer A. :X. A K'Jlfe. JH.
lame PaM r.r 0.-. a-a days In all. Th Veteran I I _c.. i i A......f fee KmtMrla

Free Quick Delivery/ Ra... 11. stkakia er W.... **I Hospital doe not hurry one Bare are Indiana APPLZi G 1 14.ise.NI.t.vlda HI t aw 'Ya/r..1.. .

c.t'-o; brkng a. islegrya< Into, aa operaUoa nor hurry yaw ..MI.al4'a "Aftli It, nips,


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I Lawtey Group Seeks Volunteer Fire Department ,Service HeldMonday J.Elected M. Edwards To Jr. purchased was Angus FFA heifer Reserve the at the animal sale Champion Tom that

: For at the State Fair last November. -
v. '-i .. ,., ,i .. Angus Board : .
A group of tfcwtey cltlaona Rid. f would have to bear" the cost( ,. '4 I I 75
Mr. Greene
Is making another attempt to Mayor Charles Shuford Icon- of drilling the well.' > A C P Program Rotary Told i Services Set i I J. M. Edwards Jr. was elcc- | Story Hour
I Dorko told the council that term |
Ubllih' a volunteer: tire de- tinuously questioned I3piko ; ted for a three year on
pkltment "UsW\' (*' vdulpment and Prevatt as1! to' the '< Ity'a each reddent'the department ) Shows ProgressFurther .Of forHandicapped Friday For William Franklin Greene, 75, the board of directors of the Set TuesdayThe

1e44bd"fele'f 1f} tn"the :Fldilda' financial!; obligations! : tof r the t sprves'1 will be >e PotMt"pervt l !lfcji: :'f' proposed volunteer d' Burt- ,, 'a. yearly 'fee, !and! ,suggested! progress! was made I died last Friday morning In a the organizations state meeting regular Story Hour nt
'itla.: ''he2a3d1tY1''you''kn'owirail"a4'! : \' I' meat;,He asked specifics /H y 'about ,'that those'' outside\ the' city ,I during 1964 In the conservation .. J j Edith A. Thornqulst, 71.1 Starke hospital] after a brief and sale In Palmetto last the Starke-Bradford County
...; 1 : Mr. Chairman the costs' of Insu who, pay''no ,,city taxes be !i and development of the ; widow of the late John AThomqulst illness A native of St. Marys' Thursday and Friday. Edwards Public: Library will be held
that "' h ed,1: t.: '''here,*' J61t and a:,well to establish*a| chained> 'a slightly higher fee county's soil water, and Robert Heath. Executive director of Keystone j Oa, he wan a member cf the also! had the top-selling Tuesday. May 11. at 3:30 p.
'ter for than ..hose inside ': :Methodist: Church, and a retired bull the sale. m. Children 6 through 9ire
bol'1id told the Cliy' eoll 1cll., supply the depart tl len ( the corporate woodland l'e ources. Clyde of Goodwill Industries Heights died Wednesday morn- Angus in
He' said hit'had Bn!' asked i The first 'step will be to. or- 'ilmltil No. amount;,, was ,:,, Cone Chairman of the County of Jacksonville! was guest ing In a Gainesville 'Tioxpltal barber. I Tom Edwards: was: awarded invited to attend. The program
'to'head the'"drive' to., .establish I gan1ze'''at leastyolurateere. ] ,suggested, however. Agricultural Stabilization and speaker at the Rotary Club where she had been taken after For, the past six years Mr. a $10O gift certificate in the' will be under the direction -
.the Volunteer, in order to get'' on 'a pr li wlty Oorko told 'the council that i I Conservation [ASCI Corn- Wednesday describing this> a sudden\ Illness. Greene bad made his home'' 4-H Club division to be applied of Mrs. Gus Kopelousos.
yotter questIbnlng'Dorka:! 'and list Tor equipment. Pi 'vatttold' ., all 'he''Wantf'4' (the "word I,,' mlttee reports that 149 county organization's program lor Mrs. Thornqulst was born hi with his son, Henry (Hank) I I on the purchase of an

J. c:Prevatt Jr, of the Florida : 'the" council Equtptnent to go'ahead." He said he will',, farmers participated In the training and providing employment Chicago! HI. Sept. 29, 1887, and Greene, of Ralford. 'i
Forest Service at. length, the 'would be leased from the !.Pbr- take complete charge of organizing conservation effort through for handicapped had lived in Keystone Heights Besides. his ,Hon at Raiford I
:est erviee'at'no the'city. the volunteers. the Agricultural Conservation he is survived by two other
council set an organizational $ persona.He : for the past ten years, coming
It would be army iur- ,, The city will also be required : Program [ACPJ. eons Mlles T. Greene of Baltimore
meeting for, next :Monday. was accompanied by there from St. Paul, Minn. She GAINESViLLEAwning
May 17 at 8 p. m. 1n the City plus or /; sed'' to purchase Insurance for The ACP: which Is administered "William Mawhinney Good- \I.' waa' a member'of.the,Keystone! Md., and Richard E.
from the Forest Service P those volunteers Tiding the ]I the local ASC Committee Greene of Ascension Inland;
Hall to see If a sufficient will's director of public, rela- Heights Community Church,
number of people are Interest. vatt uald. 4 1 re-j fire truck Prevatt told the Is a. conferva-lion! partnership 'ions and "'sa1 os. 'who showed and Chapter 279 Order ofEastern four grandi'hlldren, and one
ed In forming a department.All :It will also have to be ( council. Several councilmen through which the 'a film ot'hoW"one"mancrip": I Star. She was a Past great grandi-Jilld.
flvejcouncllmsn: agreed dded" 'how large an area ,tine I I were leery of any added In- j Federal OOvel'tlment.llhares pled in an'automobile accident .Matron of the OES in St. Paul. Funeral services were held at Company
that a volunteer fire depart- volunteers would serve. Dorko( | sura nee, saving the city's In- : with farmers and ranchersthe ; **was', 'iehabl1 tat< '. told the'council: He > suraru-e bill Is l already 1800'' cost of out need '- I in Rentlawn Memorial'
ment f is needed and would bea suggestfhl carrying Heath expressed;appreciation Edgar Thorn quint of Chicago/! ,
good 'thing, and all' agreedto going' outside! the city In silly/!; per year. Prevstt told them ed conservation. practices. $4Hhe'local' ] Boy Scouts Ill.; a sister Mrs Ruth Ohl- Park in Jacksonville with Rev.
Ckr l to obtain the ivolunte< rs the cost of the Insurance Cost-share available under i 11. Walton Grady pastor of> 'PREMIUM
serve as' volunteer.firemen.The1 I are and others In the community 1 I I I son of Keystone, with whom the Starke First Presbyterian QUALITY .
'council.however, e rpresa- required | would not be prohibitive.In the program for up to 50 for their' cooperation In collecting .' she made her home; and three Church, Interment
ed skepticism that enough in- A water supply Is anti r the only other action the per cent for completing ap articles: that are sent granddaughters.Funeral officiating.
terest would b*.shown.'There''a "" requirement. of the For put council gave Marshall M. M. I proved conservation measures. to the Goodwill workshop In services will be held WM direction! in the of family DeWitt plot C. under Jones POOR BOY PRICES'For

lot 'W mMlth Service, Prevatt told the covin. Jordan permUalon to go on The! farmers and ranchIT8partlclpatlnlf Jacksonville for repair and at 2:30: p.m. Friday In the Keystone Funeral Home.Services .
Service"paid to these things!/ ell, but he said the size of tihe! I vacation for two weeks 'In' in the prOgram I, subsequent! < sale Height Community
but When the time!' conies1 torOduce' well the city would have (to June. must bear the remainder of Church with Dr Albert C. Holt

,,nobody :eems. to' be drill will depend on the aorba the cO usually well. In ex- 5 SJRJC Students officiating Interment will follow Held
aroundone, 'board 'fnemb, e r and number"of houses the > | Circuit Court ce''s' of 30 per cent: I' in the Keystone Heights For Swindell Child
,h pnrtment serves. The dO-I These coat-sharing funds Honored For Grades I Cemetery under direction of .

Opens MondayWith are authorized by Congress ,In II I.I*)Witt C. Jones Funeral" 'Arthur'' A. Swmcieli{ ''tnfnnt
recognition that our soil, wa- Five Bradford County atu-1 Home, Eastern Star rites will son of Walter and Helen Bur-
ter and related] resources- are dents attending St. Johns'River be conducted at the church by dette! Swindell of> Theressa, died Home or Mobile' \ Home
NEW ':AND :REPOSSESSED j Circuit Court scheduled vital to the health and well- 1', Jitntor College In Pitla-tka' her home chapter. Saturday afternoon In a local
] to open Its! spring tern being of every" citizen according '' were cited for making superlor -, The family asks that In lieu hntpital. This Week Only /

tt! I I here Monday. morning, toe to Mr. Cone. This Investment '' grades for the spring tri-I of flowers contributions be Surviving belftdea his parents -
I Ir following Informations havebeen helps! assure the wine\ mester. made to the building fund of I I'' are a brother, Frankie Giant 8'x20' Patio Awning 'r i
filed by State Attorney use and adequate protectionof Robert Hoffman was nnmed I the Keystone Heights Community Swindell, and a half-sister Sue
,,T E. Duncan: the nation's farmlands for to the President's L4' t whloh | Church. I White, *U of Theresa r
Isaac Simmons aiuault with this and future generations." requires a 3 8 average or high. Crave lde''servtces were held ONLY! $139
Intent- to commit murder. Cost-shares earned by the er. He carried a 21 hour load I FIRHT BAPTIST at 11 ..m. Saturday. in Hope
Hubert Armstrong Perry participating farmers and i which: Is considered heavy, e.- flilRCII. SriKKE r Cemetery with Rev. Merle Embossed Alum. or White Baked Enamel **
Crews and Dan C. Waln-I ranchers In the county In 1964 perlally for a trimester. Packham officiating. Inter
New model 104 Sermons for Sunday, :May 9:1MorningIs WE I INSTALL FREE. & GUARANTEE:
Named the Peim's List I
f wrlght -withholding support: totaled $32.479 8ome'or'the on I I i ment was in the family plot
Polaroid Automatic- Color Pack Camera $59.95 Maceo Bernard Simpson, major accomplishments under which requires a 3,0 average! : It Well? ((11', under the direction of DeWitt NOTHING: DOWN |Ig
I possession of "weapon' by a the are Wayne Lee, Joe Sapp, Kings 4:26): ) Evening. Judgment )
Used Polaroid Cameras" fromt._._ .__.? '!19.95 I state 'prisoner, the program of 635 were acres'of:: eotabllshment permanent -. i Sharon deals, and Tom Titus. Must' Begin at The House C. Jones Funeral Home. Terms!< To Suit Your Bud et y
of God (U Peter 4:17): ). I I.,
New; 8 mm Movie Outfit-Ricoh Owen Carter!'! forgery and vegetative cover for ) Schedule' of weekly services! : ': Other Sizes & Colors Available
Electric: uttering a forgery( 'eroilon! control and land "use f Mrs. THE: RIGHT POINT fer the
Zoom Camera Mansfield
eye r Goodge Sunday Worship 11 am., 7:3o1'
Gary Reddish assault with ( wrlt Corms In and
adjustment the treatment of you Estimates Call Collect
; way Free 376-8888
Projector & Screen __._____ ____ $99.95 r p.m. Sunday School 0:43: a.m.
Intent to commit murder. 1,009 acres of farmland with 1newtuy elect jreur favorite ESTER-
Rites 'Held' Training Union. 0:13: |
p.m. \\'lJoi-1 I
Carlos] and Jerome materials the t noOK FeunUIn Pea. TEIJBCRAIVf. -
ITped Kodak i 'tord. liming to permit : Family Night Supper.' Cainl'M\: ills,
Signet'':35 Case Flash & meter. _u__.__ $21.95 Hall-:''arson.. ) growth of legumes 'and grassed '". Mr*,,;'Idrf Brown Grudge 78.i _fAl_,* ._Anil u_ Improvement. _and___ I of Starke, died I Sunda' y aft..nI ..- .
RepOSI-Iess Emcraoni' Fair' Evaluation protection; the establishment noon( In a html hospital afteran

16" portable .TV ___u--__________ $69.951epoaaessed Meet Set of 54 acres In farm forests: I extended illness Born in
the Improvement of 2,063 Bradford t County on Feb. 21

General Electric 23" evaluation. meeting of th acres of \rPll't'tative't'ovpr for I 1887, she was the daughter of """: .,,---- Fla.'S I

TV table model with,swivel bane.-____$74.95 1063 Bradford; County Fair will esoil, protection; 'and the e'!tabllshment the late .taupcr and Lucy Par. '
of 1.769 acres off I rteh Brown and was a member
Used fl'.E.. Vacuum Cleaner.-.-..__.._ __u $25.00Islington's be 'held ait the Fairgrounds: at of; '! aununer and winter cover' I I of the Pine Level BaptistChurch. n'm'
7:30: ) Friday. Action
p.m. '
crops for Improving the soil i fE OUlls;
Importance relative to the proponed 'I |
building program will alto I., and protecting from wind I Surviving is one daua'hter.1MI'll. : I |

Appliances be taken up at< thin time. and water erosion | .,, Doris Nipper of Starke; O ..;:;: :;.,.... ".
All moinberiv and i pecl&Jljdirentom The county committee two sons Eugene Gocidge of a"
w..urged to attemtlvls chairman stated that the 1969 i Starke, and Mann Goodge of -
meeting. ACP which Is well under way,,,'I Miami' : one brother EAton
I important .
n t ," ,... '- I e4.,. : ..t.. Contains essentially the, ram e>) Brown:,,tiM: ,ftMer" ., Mrs Beu- .....-.... ,
conservation practices as th> lah Prescott ami Mm. Myra
1964 program To date 163:1 1 1 Dyel l. nil of Starke; and five
'NOW'JJJ, farmers and rancher in the> i i grandchildren.
; And In Full
Swing '. county have requested cost- ,I Funeral services were held
at 3 p m. Tuesday tn ..Jon..aJofemorial
: h .4 ,apt] I Chapel with R.v,

tJ t For Outdoor Fun! ,I though funds are limited I Colonel Crosby and Rev. Roman

-, farmers with conservation Alvarez officiating. Interment -
... :. problems! on their lands are was In Drown Cemetery .. Saturday 8-9 (
1 Sunday May
,' ---
,. urged to dlsciuw them with the under direction of DeWitt ;
I : ., NEKingsley-W4 I personnel at the ASCS county C. Jones Funeral home
'office. Every request for assistance Att\ve\ pallbearers. were J, C.
,. will receive .careful] S"pp, Fate Brown. Shi Smith.Gilbert .
: consideration by the county BI'OW1fta.lph) Goodge,
I committee and John Crockrell. I Southgate

Beach I Fertilizing Pines Senior Citizens

Found .To Pay Month ProclaimedBy

.. f' I In Certain Soils Pres. Johnson ., Behind Scuthsidc School r

; Researchers 'at the Florida A proclamation by President
"On Beautiful Kingsley Lake" Agricultural Experiment Station Johnson designating May as

have established" that Senior Citizens! Month", was o
planted! pines can bit fertilizedon read at the April 27 meeting nf
certain soils with a resultIng the Senior Citizens Club in the

; ', THE BRING economic response. Starke. recreation> center, '
.. A Dr. William I* Prltchett, keeping, ,with the prorln- TWO HOMES. OPEH
Soils Teclinolorfet the Ex maUon. it was, proposed that ', .
T THE the local club have a. picnic on
-' i? periment tatlon.0 Is tn. '
PICNIC. Tt' charlie of the fertilization e- I Tuesday May 2A. at a UntO and : FOR INSPECTION I
place to be announced later.An .
'I perlment says "Pines In the
FAMILY nIChe areas sometimes"show I Interesting display r nt
# handcraft and .....
SEASONs Hntlqua, pl "
\ ''up to a 100 percent growth'
FOR Increase when properly fertl- shown by members of the club 1 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS /
awarded .
r. llflrd" were many blue red I,

ISOPEN. Slash pine, .1'1000II1n.! to I r and County Mhlte ribbons Fair.Kntnrtainnient at the recent Built-in Kitchen Large Lot '
.' low nutrient- .
: s A DAY Prltchett: has
sit the meeting -
wqnlremenW and 'will grow,on
was provided by the

relatively Infertile soil. However
: = committee, headed by 0
-- OF FUN ", on some! soils: commercial -
Mr. and Mrs Bernard slocomb.
I ,
: fertilisers! Increase'growth..
i iv :
'c' A covered dish supper will beheld
Because: of the low nutrient

( i JjYou'll 'I and requirements the" relatively!for low..slash returns- pine 6:30:at( the p.m.:Pratt Tuesday Street May.Centerat ll. We Build On Your Lot -- i jOr

I from investments, the jncwt .
K economical response to feryil. Have Lots Available ] :
The, family,of Mrs.! Olll C
} see Is obtained.on Leon type
Find Your'Favorite IAaot"q>N'IIIIel! thanks to
Water Here
Sports : IlIOtIof of low fertility, the many friends and neigh

The moat consistent growth bors. the City Police\ ]Department
WATER SKIING I Increases have been obtained the Sheriffs Department

from phosphorus! applications the Southvide Klemen-:]
FISHING !) to'young; trees on tary School. the' Bradford

f1ahIIOtla, "There must! County Hospital] and ls( staff

.: OR JUST SWIMMING IN THE BEST I be th Increase at ]least a for 30: fertilization percent<< grow to Dr. A,Home J. Barry for and the the many Funeral FOR RURAL BUILDING

., WATER IN FLORIDA be economical," he added. acts kindnrns. and sympa-
I There are two fertlUalnc toy) shown during the Illnemi

Bowling 4 Dancing Something For All techniques that Dr. Prltchett and death of our loved one.
recommends' : by appb'lnathe
: : Words" cannot express. our sincere -
nutrients directly In the arpl'f'clallon'for these
Delicious Food Soft Drinks Premium Beer .
pirating silt and by waiting kindnesses. May God richly
\' one year until the tree develops bless each and every ronttderntlon -
a root svtm: The ]latter shown Jeff Lewis
: MUSIC BY THE PENDULUMS I method b the moil recommended and family.;.

:; SATURDAY t NIGHT EVERY& SUNDAY AFTERNOON ,,,,, soluble out to the There tree materials, because H and also do are more lees,'not available competition of leach the. AT a I'HI'IUS H\MPT: SVPPCK SCHOOL: Ii LOfUIIAiIPBE111liu 0 N\ ( C )I E! \ ;\ II)

I from weed for the fertilizer The Hampton PTA will -
: at this stage of develop sponsor a chicken supper. Sat.

The Most '* Economical Way To Treat the ment unsay, .May 13. tarting at b PHONE: STARKE 9694111rMill
Teats are still underway,, to p m. at tae Hamptoo Elementury -
determine the most effective| &-houl. $1 I for ..Uul .. 80
Of Fun
To A
Day Healthy
]level of application. cents fIX children Eatert4ln'D& -
I L will.. follow the supper ,

toot I ,

-- -- -

TRrR.'m.T.I.Y! 6. 196
Pine FIVE "

Saturday I Lake Butler Firm ChargedWith

t __1 J.

IBHS Thinclads Third In District Unfair Labor Practices i iI

..f Tornado trackmen flnlahed'ihlrd 1:38.7: (Connell Agrner. Chil- i labor A hearing on alleged unfair j for this General Cotinsel of i, Crews, C. L. Brown Dan t.. I''I
by the Lake I
with eoi Vi point In the ion. Kirchalne) r On Mangum's 3HitterBraves Butler Nins. ;I Duke: and Robert A. Dr1icK U..
Apparel Co.
wns being |
annual District track meet 440-Yd. Uh- Vamps S I In addition to the clothlnut secretary. i V t
Saturday In Branford, quall- 323 and Beam 4- -S3.3. I i held this In week in the courthouse ;, firm. the Union County. DCj j 1 Attorney Dan Coffman of

itfylngr 10 IndirWtmis and three LH-- Connell 3-226 and nLlfi Starke before Phil i iSaundrr. velopment Authority wand I Jacksonville represented l Nor-'
(relay teams for the state meet Cantlen 4--23.0. StopTornadoes erL, ,: trial examiner for, named !in the petition The man Stephenson president of-

this Saturday, May 8. 80-Yd. Run- Lawson 1- I Board.the National Labor Relations I following& Authority membersat I the apparel\ company.:

Lake City won the meet 2.06.4. I I the time of the alleged' Infraction All election' to unionize the 1
The charges, filed the
with 19H points Perry wa. Sprint Medley Relay-BHS, by I were on hand for !the plant workers in Lake Butler I

|second with 75.: and Live Oak'' 3--3.07.4: (IChU>IOI\. Shannon. i 6-0 Amalgamated of Clothing Work- ', opening Monday: Amos E.I wat held May 4. 1 19..... and WM, I
finished lat. Winners of the I era America were prevented j
Klrchaine and Varnes). : Howard S. M. Brown C detested 51-30.
I by R. I
ttrtt three places in each' e-I t 220-Yd. Dash Agner 4- II 'ii DoProdpro. attorney I ,
vent quwlineil, for the state -- 1
Bunch On A Bench ,
| meet at tlio 23.0.Mile '
University of Re-IaY-BKS) 2-3:42: raI'R1k4' Buddy M& gum I other two hits. A fly tall will b* Mrs. W. B. BIIrh&m.1 I .
Florida Siturdny. (Shannon Kaufmarax Bradley, towel'R throe-hitter at Brad dropped wit!: two out, allowed The. Bradford Ill-fit School. .ITA furnished. the mAt.rlal.1! Seniors Leave :Mrs. a <>. Denmark. Mnt. II i TilE RIGUT POINT fie UM .

Time and place of tho Tornadoes Beam 1.) ford's Tornado diamond aquad. two of the !lun.... and students &In Toil Oglenlty'a. ,1101'| clans nude the molds and Sunday ForWeek' H. AUmus. Mrs.. J, R Wainwright we,. yea write. Came .id we. t
HH Connell was: !I Shot Put-Loper 1-44'6'V : last Thursday to knock them The final run came in. the poured. three rum-rete. benches like the one mi which aI.".. Mm. Charles. A. Darby, I i select rear favorite CUTER '
2-166. Discus from the Group IV baaeballtuurnement fifth when Perry walked and 13 "Toenaduen". are ntaodlnK.On Tour I ISlxIlyfjve :Mrs( KHzaboth Strickland. ., Mr*.I BROOK ..
10O-Y J. rtesh Shannon :5 I -Chilean 1-134'3". '
with a .-0 vlc- i scored on a fly to left by thing for .certain they rant be torn carveiTnnaa 11"" A. J. Barry. Mr( J. B. Hardy I
(tie10.3.) Pole up. .
Vault- Klrchaine HI 13 Seniors
1- I Sirs Warren I
tory Joseph Mr
:Mile Run Lawson 2--4:39: I 12', Smith 2-e-U". Gnann 39'6' It was the third time thil I Blair.Shortstop' Donald Falcon led easily a* moat. ......h_ It ha. really proven that tlwwebenche chaperonua.. ami six teachers lot Dialer, MIooa Diane Dot.ft-I') ',
I .
Thomas 3- 4-44: and JIcRae will hold. up 33 ynuaCun at one time.. will leave early Sunday mornIng head l w.
f Hemice ,
I I season that the Torrmdoea the Tornadoes In hitting for Hopkins
S ":::17. Brood Jump-Shannon 3-- fell -to the Braves and Manfum. the regular season with a torrid for an eight-day trip to Mrs. fkukly. :MoHlevanK. C. M.I{
880-Td. Relay BHS 3RECREATION-- 19'. I The locale ended. their .424 average; catcherPwtKht Florida Hydrocarbons Receives \ WaahLn ctun. It. C., and New, ('Iolrk, C. P Cowen. W. E. ?

regular sea on with a5 I' Elder hud A .383 aver* I York including the World's i lstrunk ami M. A. Payne I t
won-lan record and thir: en- age. Wayne McLeod 343, Joey Industry Week Citation .'a Ir. J ,
I|, tire schedule of 13 gamesswith Rome .333, Sandy Sanderson i The II'OUP111 leave the I II I U yon bate'quesUolls
7-6 record. 'i & JI'IortdlHyd'O'trbonll., Inc. I BUS bee nrm a.t e::45 Sun-
a .280 and Paul McLeod .266.
i A double by third bunvtn(( received an award today aa,Cominlstilon.\ was made at day morning and travel bY' FOR I.EAHK about

NEWS Wayne MoUeorl and .ii .iealI the industry that had been of the regular monthly directors \ school<< buns to Jacksonville
<< New Three Ray
vrcatrot" service to Bradford luncheon meeting of where nn ACL train Ia scheduled "
by catcher Dewavrte Elder and !, PIKB! Oil. MKRVICKNlalhMi : 1 ': your mwlaiy
I the I
1,I I first baseman Jay Reese were{ this league but If we don't County during the putt year I I Starkv-Bradford Comity to h
SOFTBALLGarden for I, the only Tornado aofetlee.I ,, receive more response we will The presentation an annual Chamber of Commerce i trip to RlchinoikJ and thence Market. serviceyour
diacussiona. Late keep On hand to receive the awarn ,
up bu to
of by Washlngttw
Restaurant 'I; Mangrum struck out 12 and drop thin for some other Industry Ap-
in League remaln.alIndetPllt' play .. the good work and continue as' did not walk a single own. I' phase of recre tton. Let's I pieclutlon Week, spotviored by, was Dwight R. Sprow, I II Alter touring the capital. the No Rvpertence. Necewutry- local National'Gu before .
and we will have the j I the Florida Development vice president' of Florida Oaa group will l Tuemtoy afternoon PaM. Training. Numerimwivlng '
hear II I I help
they _rpt two ganvs from best Staike's Mark Hamilton al-I| from the churches on you
program yet Corporation, of which Florid Avallahle.
Brook. In Tuesday.: night's lowed only four hits but walked their dmire--ysM or no. 1 I for York City
action FT*. Pent Control beat "Thank Yea"We five while striking out Little League 0...... I Hydrorarborui Is a subsidiary. II I II whore four days will bo Hptw tsightseeing' Fur Further Information I
would like to thank everytme He was accompanied' by Will mod vUlt.tng" the In Starke -
Natural Go 10-2 and Garden three. Won-kmt: Ralford. 2-0: : News & Notes I| / Write
personally for making{ CRUet Florida hydrocarbons[ World's, Arrival buck in
I Ima.n"lIl'r KWr.
beat Brooker 13-2 on four our Little Palatko scored first in the Trieste. 10.tem; Auto. TRAVIS :MAT1IIS CWO Al Crosby [
League and John JIo rUl. '1
openingone -
la .I\'tul. for 10:30 I
borne rune. Thursday nlglU's of the .. second Inning when Marv" rumhelped 1-0; Msdk-al Ajisn.. 1-0; Johns By Martha !Sue McCain& Htarke w : P. IV HAS 8157-NU.. K.'
best we have hud. public relations COUM-M-I from u m. Biuxtiy, May III.Ac".ml'ftnyln Armory Vida.or *
action his with CHI 1.1; Lawtey 0.1 Southern J".k."ItI.n.
saw Noegel'a beat It Lao own cause a ; Home Demonstration Agent *
easy to overlook someone the Winter Park office of the Call 0 1-2211
Hampton 12-2 In flve Inmngsl I if single and scored on anotherwlflty l>l..count, 0-2; LibertyNatkmal. Renlon" I
we tried to Florida
and Garden beat Brooker 7-51 print each and mention in by Blair The BntVea'' 0-2. May. I take this opportunity. Oaa. .

on an Inside. the park home I I made it such everyone who added four more tn the ) Results. of guinea played to apneas' my sincere' appreciation I. .
a success,
so we
run by Townsend( Str.cklund1wHh \ will when eight men paraded l to | through May 3: [ & to you the peopleof
put "Thank. '
two say to you the when Hamilton Western Auto 7. John Oil'' Bradford County, for your '
men on plate
j from .
omclaks of the League
FVtdav game b"'I'I and walked three and allowed his. | e. Medical Asm 10, Liberty :, warm welcome It I U .a pleasure -

beat Noegel'a 12-10 after! Department.the Htarke Recreation i 1tut .. Tr1e. fs 4. LAW- to have the opportunity. to Vitetone Is Celebrating
from tey 3. Kaiford 20..outhernl I nerve as your County Home!
fomknjf behind 1-1. and Jr. Hae>h." league to get the Held. ready. I
Fla.\ Pest Control took their! Between 30 and 40 boys I Teen Tint / Discount 5. Johns Oil. 14, Demonstration "Anent, The

cond game in a week from are working out with CoachTownnend We would like to eaprssa to Southern Ucount 10. Ralford ;i purpose of this article. will be

Natural Oes. 1.V8.Leofue : Strickland each our teenagers our appreclittlonfor II, Liberty National 5. to bring.. you latest. scientific
I Schedule for Ute Meek' : development and research,
Mt..I.. :
Monday. the turnout and hope it
I Thursday, nut Friday
Won-Lont: Garden 6-O; but we need several more will continue On May I a- Msy e. Liberty National, find In... that I: trust will be THEIR MAY
.. Southern, Discount, :3:30: p.I' of Internet to
Noegel's 3-3.; Fla. Peat Con I boys to get our League start bout 100 teenagers showed up1 I you.
trol. 3-3; Brooker, 2-" m. at 8tu, ke. | EOOS! HEAD I'l.KNTlM
; Hump- ed. Please contact the Recreation for some fun at the Hecrea- 6-7-8 -
ton 2-"; Natural 0... 24. i iriayerParent i)o Night ested.. .a.ltt>ndarM-e Summary' I 0:3O pm. at Rtarke. 'ITrta' One of (he Item on the

We feel that the Player "Hoftlmll" .. Field' I We had Nttter then 300 | .. vs Ralford, 7 p. m. at i i8tarke. I "bclweru-season". Is ""..alla.A" We At Firestone Wish To Express Our Sincere Appreciation For Your ,,Patron. .
Parent night was a very suc- Th. new Softball Field tar I players and parents torour I I they have* been since thefirst

C'.tul.and. Important meeting. ready except. for some workon Ilayer-Parfint. nUht l Let" .....-| May. 10 Johns. Oil vsTrlent'a. of the year. Eggs are Innood age and Encouragement Shown us our First Year Thank You So Much! :
8 So
On : at Hampton. supply, making.. them
Friday 31).
Apr we
the inH.M and we need day, and 130 boy. played biwe-i
had 123 parents, alone with wime volunteers boil Saturday. with the attendants I Southern Discount vs LAW- ; more economical.' E:!na are .
about 13O to help players from the the Held ready. Ajiynne' who at day and night f.....*. j -
eight teams and our lea.ue.I' brine. about 2.0OO in an. ,I IWe Awm. vs lUlford. S:3O at Rai- color and flavor holding Drawing
can help work at night, pi...... turd. ,1 2 /2 H.P. LAWN MOWER
We welcome every parent of ] Contact: the Recreation Dept. are growing and, we other Ingredient together
the boys to talk with anytime and lot us know When will would like for you to come on | May. 11 Western Auto vsLiberty Eggs come In various grades 6 P.M.
you ..
about our youth baseball be available.. We will down for noine of our artlv- > National: 5:3O: at and plies' The alIIII' however VARTUNG PAINT
arrangeto ...
8IMr. Trteet'a vs Rout hern 5 GAL
We feel ha. nothing to do with the'
program. that It meet at the Held and Mies and make this a Recrea- Sat. .
** n pmu nt for good playerimrent you fin DepC to be proud of. | Discount B:3O: at Brsrke. grade. The sloe: of eggs. Is. bH. ,,-
help :
I Outside Whit I. Ux or OH
and numger. relationahip used for our baseball Loogue Larch Softball. League : ed on total weight of a dozen _
for t 1 e*... May :
to be
us available
We would like to
as well and it U a must for
1 Few Changes Hlwll eaua should be refrla- 45 PC. SERVICE FOR 8Melmac 8th
: erased promptly and a covered
J"r: Are Made In i I
container I* recommend b.hes.. ,
Hunting Rule I ed.. Aa a rule eras are not

ILLEGALFor Florida sportsmen will find 'i and kept do very not long.require!In most pedal homes Come In and Register Now- Nothing To Buy--No Obligation !

very few .via/iges next season handling H .
In hunting and fishing regulation With plentiful and
eggs o
i *, d.tAor buff limit so vrrsltlle try lining them' In LAWN MOWER SPECIALS! For These Special Deals! :

j I The HMA hunting and fishIn scene different wars, .adel. :
He the AlanWcarinr
Any Person or Persons to Engage in regulatlotM and a ....1'1"1 chopped hard cooked egg to *
frmew..k for the 1Y6667neanpn l l pimento cheeseor. combine a TIIIJKSDAY .. ..UUAtUTITIUJAY- Only TIRE SALE t the

I were established by the tabletpimn each chopped ROTARY MOWER-19" CUT Chavktrrd Shirt'

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless ,, On and FtMti Water Finn sweet. O'p f'r.nd onion to o
annual t'i' III'. HrlfC* t ,atrallim. r.agli_ :
Commission at the regulation on.ICrambl"* and yet ,, Firestone Nylons-Blackwall-Tubeless
N*. Hit IMA- 11.& Prke MV"l $$43-88
m-* l- In Tallahas* have a different twist! 'or..
NlM Ial Tire oJTtea> ITtreatMrty
,see recently quick sandwich. Add I tablespoon ..: I'UIIoSJ.Y( : .
I f fhe Name Is Registered The opening< and closing grated Cheddar, swum 670-15 17.95 5.00 22.95 :

dates Tor resident' !' tame birds or parmesan. cheese for each RIDING MOWER-24" '''CUT 750-14 17.95 5.00 22.95 :
i and animals were estaMlorimlby e,,* used &til an omelet.
I I'') IIP. Fngln 1c.-wtn.1 Mlart.erangget ( .Per Tire For WMlewalt. :
Add U.S) *
the Commission In Jsnusry. roc: s whiter& meringue that suet H.... PrrNo. \ '1Ia.'"
Read This Florida Law The seaomi will open ons- cuts well and Is flavorful', add( In IIIHAI.K $12888PHILCO Nylon Blackwall Tubeless :
I half hour before sunrise Bat lemon "iilo-. .> before .beating : .PRICE ONLY Champion

urday. N>r,. 13. in live First.Htvond. Moat cakea: freeae well f few NlM 1st Tire IIId The JTtf-wthily
MANY MOHK/ : MODKI.S) ) : TO ('IIO Utm1: :
I Fourth and Fifth M- frontltiis /6V 750-14 17.95 5.00 22.95 :

"It IlhaIJ h qnlawfal for any ,....... .r ......., .. defUso-l Mr4d.. 1. .Iniia. Tin season In the Third Food. apecUl.-s. at the U 8DJ..rtmf'n& AUTOMATIC WASHERI Add $1.00()( IOu Tire for WhIU Wall

In burin herein dell.... audit. fictitious hertda" ... Region will beets one week of Agriculture say -- -- -- ___
engage ** an m MUM rut .
ltT on>-r J6 rroetlrur containing. egg I "--'I 4 Cyr| |l | Cap. Krg. Champion Blackwall,1Tubrbx.4 :
rl.. nL without and .ftl... said fWUUeoa ....* ball .. recfcetcrad with tae i The OnfnmlMMon establish whiter are entirely unsuitablefor '1S...*-.4t MiMlri-I Only t<* 88 Nylon Safety ,

dent A( tke circuit court of the cuaty wker* Ui. principal play *T tooimemtm. ed on. bog limit change. IIpi freezing They dry out and ,.U-Tr.HH.. .M.. $$199. Mie $let The. titrlTUe. Tire. Only'
wlt% rrgi.tratkn.hall] corudsi of nBn. with tk. deaf ...... aa af iMiil1* a sr'Sion's bag limitof brronv rryrtsJllne.WKIpi NAVE: ON 750-14 22.65 11.33 33.98
UcWt'. a one deer In* -d cream fllltnga, art .
Hdavlt airned by all Interested' persona.tatlag ender oath the .aaaeti ./ arenas* ever lut year. bolt aln unmiltaMeFor ., Add .1.50 I'rr Tire For White Wan *- :

ell thosw. laterented la tho barrineM enteryriM. tao _tnt .f UM tav limit of two The dally bag best rerjulta' t to,> your U.>- PHILCO 23" CONSOLE TV :
limit tlm&na.t on*> drrr inv lJ> -fruaen take with, an im- DELUXE CHAMPION 1ST LINE
1815s1.f each, and tho flctltlofrt name nder which raid bodneao. .to carried hub II" -All > Jj AC
d.y. conked frosting mad) of conferttonem se Nl.rkwaJI.TbeheMI.
... Said registration may not be ..4. antil tho peratM or ....... de-aria/ & Other( revulatlnnprovMo rhanSea. migir Thfat!! will r..i. <-.ii...*- .HM.. C"aI.ell$7. $ A ,. 7J .. lot Tire /fed. Tire ITtnwOiUy' ,

to enor In basinera" under a fictitious .... ahal. bats. adTertlood. .. his. or for a training prrlnft keep it motet and creamy fur HAI.K: I'RWKONIX': ". 750.14 29.30 14.65 43.95Add :

their intenlUa to rerfster said fkUtieosi aano .. a week for tear. trw Grrr hounds fmm Oat IS 4 ta 4 monUuivriir $:.1.30 IVr Tlf. for WMl Wall
to IVor. 1 In the First, fVrond.Ftnirth A nrnriMK: Btmr
(4)) rotvwmtiTe weeks In name ao defined try law In tho cwwtyhero DOOR TO DOOR CAR FLOOR - ---
newmpaper A
and Fifth Reclona and warm bedtime bath long Nationwide flimd llu*rd Ouanutl. Apptlca To :
said re-flnlrmtloii fat to be made, and amid. trall.e. nftafl a*C hoaccepted from Oct. 22 to Not" I hi the presrrtbod aa an effective MATS I All Flrtwlon. Tire. -All Tine ).fx nt..d FjlKR

by the clerk of the- circuit coort exce-rt .pea recelTlac. prool .. Thi 'd fUglon" Ive training treatment for occasional In.aomn1.a. All A boy. I'rlee's I'lu T /-AB !I'taiaeng.r. :
will not .tpt .'J ,-"*d on wild. ls sfiurh pleasant While They Last- -Only-E. $1.49Keg.
oeh ..blkaUoa/ Ufe rnanar.rn-nt .,.,.., or on medKlne" that. we seldom ('un,.. On Hale Thuro. .Kri rOtl/THU. W.... :

Isnds wt'!*., the National' question. why It works so well
Forest. *fv1 tralnrs may not But there U a simple ps'nloItMlrai al." MarneflcFLASH" I SERVICE DEPT. SPECIALS! :

If you are engaged in business under any name be la: po*,*..<-., of any firearm I eiplanalion of why a Thermometer LITE I

whla: ilnlnt 10-mlnuie In
: ? srjak water Inn -
The f"?: ine.f-|on sl."o reri .- -. sleep Wall Type IhrhlThur Front Alignment I I Brakes Relined'AUT

nand. .... w+Hr fr"n. Lh.II. cording to TODAY'8 ., frl. *.4..l.- Only During) Thin' Male I "_t Aatee.ra.Ti l'_. I n-r..... :

other than your own and have not had this name .... M. n-e.. 'N ,.-.b'ybe IfRAI/nt. puhlhhevl by A* Ea. 99' 3 For $1.49 I Th"- I $17.95 :
,- "* "- .-"i It In ti* mertcan Medieal Association 35.55n :

.+,.-- tt' ".....'-,.'....-1 tr" the temperature of air outside .. I Ib-ake AdjuatmenfThU .

properly advertised and registered we will he ale'' --burr wr out! cine-d .*.- (the contrast body H temperature.never constant Inside In Household Hammera--l.t 98c 2nd Ic Mate r..a ThenM.vs P.tra Week $1.99

T' -ff -.-. no rhan_ fat the body rarely' variety" The H-mr Mi rr*al Fad. f Volt '

.mr' ftiMr re-fi.Ufot| ort "sale, which serves as a buffer. FIRESTONE REFRIGERATOR. Part sad Ma Maf" Battery $8.88

glad to give aH Information fo( limits utttfr Ulan retnov- between. I the Internal ortans nU."T/ r.1\Ift\ -' -
you necessary
',,", th.. tpeui but< limit from and outside temperaturt. helpi FREEZER i rnr.v.I 'MM KrarU.ry 12 Volt.$12,88I :

MerrHf M1H Pond In J.,... to mutate the b< _ha ..... .. .
x1f ,.f-.. r..nlHnall"st >-N. Yreat Iii TreioMl M. .. I whang: rrtc*-U Mo :
on County Merrttfs Mil Ism and permit It to function 'm. ..... T"n| "'_/C... la rr..eer 50 -Yawe ls. <.._ lof C'A I ____
what you should dOeBRADFORD Pond Is now a fish msnarm *- normally A: H."C.-..._ 4.M. wake. Mbit'' 3)/ft) f. tees Aliganiest sad. fleet --- -
nt ...-. and ..*),'ert &U> fish When the body .1s Immersed rnaCl) ? H; TWH' HAI.K ONLY' ".01,,,;_,,. gee .....1&I I "ilCyTATE( : Tilt;;(

m-n e-n'-n area retmUtlrina In a warm bath the. water. I n_. 4Mligatt.-. I THIS_ ___.. WKKK. ___on 11.2&
e ,
P-Tulstfw; for ml rtoryt shield" U from the fluetuatJnr -

.'!-". a. --rM-rf ly tttf U air trmprratijre' proViesa : '

COUNTY 8 FKhrvj e"9 W1"! ,,:. fT\1 feeling of buoyancy, and I Induce DEALER <

th*> cr-.ton. mat w- a blissful atate of le-

ktrt a season within a g*rvrtl > latation. 1&'. a VMctcsl corv Fireslone

TELEGRAPH fraAework ttttef er>is...>.n thafo4n tub time to STORE F

federal -'-F. This frame wash) th* skin with soap:

I I work will be provided in lat ,IAU4fM ..... the bather cleaner' andtherefore
312 Weal Madison HI. I'iwme l6-8811/ $ ) I Htarke. Ha. :
: .. comfort.
.. ... I even -
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......_-_ -: .Tt :- able. _

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r 1961

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Before School/ BoarlWomen .., q"') hull i)r r"i1'*'>m.'i1itH I v"lui, Amm, -'i ,ir plomllnff' '" VOTJCE' TO ""Rt'tT'*: ,ns .0,' ,>nllnic {H'I ,law
1 ,.1., ,, I in IIIH HIM,. prnpvrtv '.in 1.1. ..11 III.I" ,III,, -.1", Ii.. I'",Illl, 'I] i til i 'i i. an/' ,irt. tit/ Ml "1.1" I It IL: .,'h, 'dltur' shall. lIv."
I,. I ,h, ,tI. III ."',,, I, .. ,'till, Ife ." I I llff'H All" I ". 'M.-1 H I. ;S i uliKHI ,, I 111 I llHvliiu i ..Ittlm ,Oi, IHuiHiid.XKI'tlllt suffi, i..HI, I t'Irt I... .it. ,M I"I ,I.. .lI'I, I '.. I I.llgI. I.. I I'J l>, i ,\ i I', '1,, ,Hi'i ,*'. Mlll', I ttntftttV : .: tinnbli, tlif ('mint.' ,11 IC! ( niimll
I ""ill' I Ut, tltU I .MII' II t tIIMII K'l'irl'lll.. ., "d I t'l,, I III'-,,' I III.. '.IMlll.ll , ,
.t' :" .IM i> -i tUnIs l
.. "Jil. itlld' 'I li iff :\ "U. 'lilt mnifiii'nlatlT -
I llflllXIIn nti' I lh I I llr-41 MituliMIh 111' I till I "' I''''I.o: t.ll- I':'I. ,IK I.1 .. .
School I "mi>Ii I of J I'1ST., whichIn I II. _' hi'ii'l.y notlll' I.-I I Hiul r 'I,1| 1liicMcnt <" *
A Bus Drivers Air Woes U lie' 'Clri:ull I rHult., K in i iclu / ,. nll'rl April 7..A I I' I3H ,
uun' i liiltiia anti 1 '
the IPI lay' f Jim. !IOR ,
b.1te.1'.I, i fuitud \n.. dOth i> day of Avrll.> <>n. or liitfiii" (II In Ifttlt rliv I "t' ;: ) UQ. or eIther of you.:: 'I I Ilimy Clara (', Unrat. ,
May A. D., *11165! ; otherwim, the .
", bays aicnlnwt' th. I/.t., ,. ui' i A. Arlmlnlatrati" '.1 i 'hitai <
......_...._.... _.___.__. u _. 'gas.ALl!!; 4ltlggatIlte III 55)1. Cnhua.IseIlL: I C: 13.: l3oelecker also." known .MSClusrIeS of C i K Iinotlofk"!, i Ho
oirtuiuiu ..trfUunty women i S paid: < is sit.1) per month. MIli ,)- Another sUKRe.itlon! foi cutting will na taken aa uonfouwcl by I K. 14o.i.c.ker, Uxroiiaf I known a. CharleS E ,...d."k"<,
rhool bus d.ivrrs i BKI'L-AII: M. you. |I. mtv of BrH'Ifortl County, .Je.d.
told thJlr
ages routes vary from 10',4to down transpuiaatlcn! ; MOODVDC' Uatttd I thin I tell clu) of April, lo the County J'/' I 4 ,4.. mfllK .
. t. oublPs to the School:: Board:: I 36 miles and loads vary costs as dlacussed by th .. Services Held I Clvik, ut Circuit Court of. '" //J. iast.s1A .tt lirudfo "'..unty. '

Tuesday. 'rom 17 to 127 sHidents the boaid would be for dilveis to C'.iintv. h'lorlila. ( : 14tIiarIus I ltruiir,id "I'3 4' 5/J7 ; A. nurby. .: KIC.MT fl.l lor .
jt "Miuiku, -
.'t'. 'i Among the chief complaints superintendent said. consolidate theli: I' stops, rather For Mr. Wynn \<. ii is ',n> .\:' ..Jo1I nl U'lVtK. i.r t%,. 'set. '".urttI "Klnrlila, within .mx III) filth, ,I write.* Com In itniftrlrrl
tha were: I ii3ty' auKg.&vtj that the than stopping at each InJivl- ', l IJ: JnHoph T, 1 I'm:, ninlHnliir .11.1' I VIlg. ))0 l.rII I (l'fll. the tint** of ihi< rirHC putllcutlun I
4 :Nurtli ala' ; stI. ;;1 r".'r III0FII4 ESTF.K-
Koiitllitf AvuiiunOlllrnico
bat 1. Inadequate !lalarl?9. drivers write to the legislative dual house. Of GrahamLeon > III vt this notlCM.Uui.ll Fountain Fen. TELRPUxtic

lIe' 2. Lack of policies( ttavernSng delegation and request their Casey suijRtstrd that efforttbp I You arn, htnhy" noilflcrl, tlmta ) I.. .1..111 4.....1') "t 'I ho CnniitiJ > "!:.In i-lulin' or silt dtmand abet Hintdie niunt-' RKOOK -
> wrltliiif t1R""U
o'At1 : dilver-sturtcnt .ult fi' dlvoriunil, iiiMtidIIHH Is ...1... In r.-r I1rNiwlIl..inly .
relations on support of a bill now pending marie to chr A Ill |ilHf "f riiKlilwniomi' P'".'
buses. Wynm. 52 of Grnham. ,' h.-", rihrl$ "iKiilnut/ vim l h. r4fil9 l>f I'lurMii.In I .. ) ,
\ l'I" I I l.:.' H1 1 "Hior. ofllio, .I url'lri-Ma nl ,th. ...Iminini
.dS. 3. Unequal Imath: of routes more In state funds for tiansportalion limit on th died Thuroday.!: April 29 at the I i.lilt, ( 'I'll' "I of lit: ,nil 'I'l.I.i Minis, i i I': 11-\ ..<'il,I." l.i, ,,110') known, .iri'1, niiihl,,', t hit IM' .Irf'lir HW* rn', .('t'! I lllH t h. tinlllllllltlt Ml" Notebooks. $%.%0 at

J': 'cPort and student loa doc. transportation. grounds that: It was adopte horn" of a (IniifflHrr.! Mrs Patricia 1"1"111.. .,, ,III, i *liin,, < 'iv., ,,,,.1 V miirt ,.4 """ 11 n i K: i''i.,.,I Ik.'"i. ,I". I ,to,ft., .'. ir it will I In"' ,"ti.. ,"ilItrslNKSS The 'lrKraph.
>, il' t "f "anIead
---- Ward. In St Mary-j, On. ri iiili 'I.i 'joV| "
4. Buses that are ti.vd for He said that Bradford! during' war times and Is no: -
after an Illness of several --- -
COUI: student; out-of-town trips and County In spending approximately rpallstlc under present day -
returned to I I :nonth I
nee : drivers "looklns $30.000 more for transportation conditions.
like pig Mr Wynn was H native nn'l'
Ma) annually than It When Mrs. Green brought 11
receives Yes I old TAKE IT
lifelong resident of Gmh'. am enough '
Hal Mis Nelson ,
T. Oreen from the state. The total up th'' question! of dlsclplln IT *

,nun spokesman for the group told ) transportation bill is around on buses and askrd how drivers and Church.a member of tho Baptist for a REALLY GOODtypewriter GAlAXIE I FROM SMITH-CORONA'S

ed the board that the drivers $86.000. of which the could cope with IncoirlRl-: 4@ i H QUICK BROWN FOX

A would be satisfied If theli state pays approximately $36- ble children. Casey toU her Surviving are his wife. Mlley' !2"
is valuable! basic skill
thai present salaries Wynn of Gainesville; two "Typing a that
now receivedduring these Instances!: should be reported "
000.One daughter. Mrs. Ward of St. I anyone can learn. And it gives personal
mer.a nine .
months of the reason for high transportation to the school principalsfor TilE TYPEWRITER IT II "
.., Mary.s, and Mrs. /can/ H.itllff; satisfaction and enjoyment. SmithCorona's .
g year could be pall;! on throuxl, cost*. Casey said Is follow up and action. I /
los the summer the practice. of San Diego Calif; his father ) SPEE, STYLE; AND SPIRIT ---- famous
months wher of providing bus "After a while thp pilnclpals I I
The they do not work.. "You would transportation. for studentswho get kind of a deaf ear."" Mrs Shaller HonoredAs and stepmother. Mr. and Mrs. I by SMITH CORONA9lt' \ Touch Typing

di' not be InneR \, live Otis Wynn of Stnrke; one !Hter Course is yours
"n I{ the amount lean than two miles Green Raid.Several Elk Of Year I 1-
Mrs Thclrrui Uroii.. hton of the fastest non-clcctric there
tere typewriter with the
we receive each month but rrom schoolS "This J la contrary drivers nskrd If thry I 1 ,,, purchase of
'" Graham; and four Kramlchtldren. is built for heavy duly performance '
we would be paid for I. to state regulations.; Casey had the tight to put such children Rabble Shallnr of Starko ban It has any SmithCoronaand
breezy travelling. a special key
er* months Instead of .laid "and ( portable $3.95
nine, MrsOreen we are not allowed off the bus. and:! were hcon chosen by members of the action that nukes typing easier an exclusive

butpro said. to count these students In told that they did not. under Starko B POE Ellen as "Elk :I' Funeral ncrvlroH were held I, jeweled escapement a removable colored
She wa, told that nnthlnn applying/ for state of ,'ILL 4:30: p.m. Friday In Jones
transportation present regulations.Mrs. the Year 1964-65.\ : '' pi itcn, a top deck that glides away

aro could bI and inexpensive
A U David Dumlon) Interment
but that the matter would receive rut saia. for a transportation officIating Changeable \ Beautiful color '
oupcrvLs- M Ciilnr-H. Exalted Ruler. of Type new ,.N ...... I :
attention/ budget time. Board Chairman Dan Starl or. "Wdon't have! anyone In Sturko LKK\KO.) \,:: wild': "I 10m certain Wits in the family (plot (even gold.), anj many smart type styles Geod"" --"
In Dcdfin) ':" '
Supt. Tom Casey Huffg-sted ing said. "That would be a rharffe or the buses and don't that the member chosento Cemetery near Hrooker to choose from. All steel vinyl-clad carry ..._".. ;; ===
that a point system be under' direction of DeWIttC. ing at added '......,...
case no charge.
adopted sorry sight to see a half-load- know who to turn to with our I receive this award Is an ont- i
Jones Funeral. Homo. I
for. payment of dr1v'rswhereby rt bus pissing up children problems" Khp an ii. "txnlInwoll, / Hcnnrvlng Elk: iI '" .JUARANTCEl Any S..IIIt.Coro"-. ,."" olflcawill

those with th? long- walking' two miles to school." Boird member Rodnpy!: hail who hna hr-en and will rontlnucl _I _ _. ;a v t.. ., repine without., cIt.,.. I.. .pt for ,labor. and' :
rt routes ,nnrl the He j. i ) .hipnina' ) finy part thai) prowa (lafacliva ..."h.*
greatest said he didn't blame argued for handbook! ) be a credit i t to our great Or- for II I lux l-ml I In lop |NainililtntHiin '
par."nts a policy .. II 5 yaarf of puichaia= a. No tabor char5. w.thm
I Vh" I sri.1 HImini i
number of < 'r" :
stops would receive for not wanting first which could: be ns-'d as n ler of 1 Rlhtlnm." opm" Hml' y-iirH nf IHKII..un.*.. 'ihi _ OO d4y, or purcha' %.. warranty. covart all 1 05,15eXCept

the highest/ pny "There Is nc !graders. walking two miles guide by the bus drivers hut rl\, afrlplliili' of I th.* \pr..p.'rl| y. unilli When your favorite student i is ready for ''f : .., 9O(molar clay.rubbar Do*. not parIs covar*n dama"iy ca.l. or from ch.ri.rall accident

system to our/ pay scale ai long trafflc-laden highways. his motion died for. a lack of itfftiiHii, In wlilth) It WIIM HaHfHHfil a typewriter, be sure her a ; _'-_._._______-________.__..__________ or mi..UM anil (Aland only' to original
pretent.. he declared. Wlllltini." N ,,,...IN. f fI. no* art MM followaferliriiilo : you get ____________________________ lI"'n.
Board member E. A. ;Bapp:: a second. 'fini: Nn:' t I.I( I I. Smilh-Corona".ltcarriestheaS5urance ..
Htniko. Klorlilu, ,1M '
Casey< i"
said I I11I"o'rlp'lI '
vice nl
there ) IIIPllltfll'I' IIM7 !
aredriver3 3f 'agreed. 1: ;
: "I would In other action tin ,
never go along Tuesday I ," or i I'lniiiiiv, i All I I that Only I $124.50 Plus Tax
and ] you're the finest the
the highest/ salary with that. board: |I.t'l) 'thin 97th luy itf April Hint pin,'I Inn of VV"'<, or :011'. '.. ut giving ; newest _ :
the 1 l II. IIIHS Ht HI..rko. llrmlforil, HI'; 'i/4 l.ylnn, K: <>t Ity, HBI, '. 2, i iT'RH. advances in design and construction: '
Accepted resignationof ,
:iilllily.. Florida.' 1,2'J, 4t B20MtlllK ) ., It-aa-K 3 Airi-a, | (I :JJ
Mrs. Mary M Dally as Name. In whli KixflaHndTony !to perform better and I last t longer. Prove ImAIWCJU)

STARKE islJ home economics Instructor at Drumiro.All _ _ ( TELEGRAPH
MOTOR I it t to yourself. Try a Smith-Corona.
PAl BHS. ': n.. APPl.lCtTIUSrKim if iHlfl prop rr' ''V.,K I In | OUNTY
I Hit, rl"liny, of Uril'l.'" ', HllllHof _
'I',\ I>IKIrr. : : -
,' .
-Approved Mrs. Carlton .. l.'lnIds.t'flhi''u
I .* till..". ". .
Offers You Th BAcf / !! Paul for annual contract as a NIITIfK( TS. IIKIIKHY' ": lIVEN' mirh rtlflrata' ot _
.. L < u Ihi.l, Vt,' T I All.' ._....n ..khoMfr _
- - .
-- leocner at Hampton scnooi.
i'f the followingpitrtl-
Approved Warney Atkinson flulltOH hUH filed MUlll curtlflcat-

Machine Shop Service I basketball of Blountstown coach and as math head iU ,io-.4ez.'veZ;' ,:::1?

Instructor at Btf$, and his .

**' CLEANING KOILINfJ mOCK ;BOA 4f/I); BLOCK lUNG( **' KING RIDGE piSTON PIN REAMING PIN FITTING AND current for teacher wife Agreed 11 Mrs.students trimester at. Hampton to Atkinson provide attending at:!St.a Johns as bus the a Q' R: 'C-IASSnal[ I W-- SfCTION 0 i GUS U [ RISULTS 4 1

'* VALVE GRINDING(; ,_.4s_ ___ ___ -. _.'.h.- .r V _ __ -
CYL. IIONEING River Junior College providing -

they would pay the approximate -
) & BLOCK CAM DUSIIING $100( monthly expense 20 \Vnrr1i or !less' (nn tln...._.____ .9.\ !\I..morhll"\ rc..oIu"on. __ lie |per word

KKSUHKACINU INSTALLATION of operating the bus. Charley I If net paid In nilvnnce _______ __, I.2JS:: (''unto of Thnnki, up to 50 wonU. ._ 2MI

'* HRAKK DRUM/ TURNING -Accepted the bid of Mllll- I I Kr>y st or Illlnil AIls-------_ i.zs: Ovrr 50 words ...__ _._ _._ Sc .per wa"d

(gan Typewriter Service for Kiwh iwlilltluiiiU rtortl over *"__ .0.\ ItUpluy) a.d'. In Clu.Mirird, __1J50 .per tank

We Also Have New Tire service contract on typewriters Jots

-I at BHS.NoruM. Insurance Problems ? IIASTINRS MATTKESS

Your NAPA Jobbers A Good I about this question: \ Call The Man From !j& m'II01I'EItY WORKS
710 .Ionian St. Patatk : OPI'OUTUNITV -
'' fie i > iKvrn vTo "KeyHtune"George i -
Man To Know And A Good lll.l.: ..*'I'KU,":M 11Vntl ,KK'IIIIOIM" I;! about ( his question : I Furniture Hcnalred!

Place 'I<>.. In honiliy, itl\'n. I Unit I "Our home was' insured E. LaRue irphoNtercil! A Refinished! Heal Estate:! RepresentativeVanted

To Go. I I lite nnrlurfilMrrt"rf. un..lf>r I Iii l I"I "-j jvlalnnn for $10,001.> when it burn-, I ) :SIATTRESSES\ RKBUIL1 .1 The CIa.lflfl'fi! ,.!
or I'lmi'ii-r" inmi: [.IIWH, C.ystoneConsultant Height : ... ...... ..... ,
I eel 'to the ground. A similar I IF I YOUH( =NAMK; ISFOITNI .Mt. .> HrBl :> ilt \. rr. C wall ei.eI
Starke ,I"' Kl'irldit. 'la i or I I'MI I.I, will. i I New !Inner"'prln" .ini, ...lnt. _lr. mid aped.. .trmtmmtl... !. _rkl,.ii a qol.,
Motor Parts rnrlmtr", with I tl In',, I'lcrk I .r I tin home will cost Slfi.OOO I'orU Your j f fJO"U:\ : ; TIII-2( :
Co. Inc. (rirr-nlt& I t I'oti r I. I In a 0.1 ro. I MrHil- 'I and, flux Sprlni CI.ASSIFIKD; ADS. (',\I.f. IIl.l ...-l.-l... ..*.._...."*r (or l SC. S .r %ftgsK sees cud

ford C'liunly I Klurlilil l mum" ,ic- 'to huild nt today's prices.! Insurance Need i Drop r" .\ Card or Call .u............. 'P..".." S .cc en' cUrved ,, .......- ...-

153 W. Hrownlee Street r-rlpt ,i>f |ir thin iintlcx lli It
itt IHI minf JFFirK). VOFf A FRF.H
.. ... .... ... .
.. .uetS. r..aII..4
JACK'H' IMirOIINTT) '( Klllll041 ) ', HUranee to pay the I"UI.I.HEI'I4JCBJIo Amrrlritn In... ( ... BIIM.I.ER! : '''ll.IeC ente. Met
. Phones !9GI-OS01) -!961.0811) N Tompln, Av. Him, ki,', I | Tile Truvplrr Int. C.: .. TICKET TO THE: FLORN tr..'.1.. ..I.I ....... ....... .dt.CPlS.lU, sAd .....11.. CS SCt. ...*.
Vlnrl'tll nnd JACK'S: :Itl'JST.M'-; :; ': I : NT VALUK I 201! t:. Ailklnn. St. I UA, THEATRE. .. '''''. lm.-IISS..I.. ,.... .wo'.lsI. ....."... 01.., -."..

Starke Fla. RANT: tt H: 901' ,H'Ultlt' Hliirkii'liirl ,, -, of our home instead of Tel 473-4003 Day ''luke. Afnl CIu.. II......... .....,........,.. OptmrluullS ,uV ..IllIled. terns .

, | ""1", In'iniihT liiiMliienN,wlilili, I "mi vninffHil the dt'preclated'nlue?" 473-4329 NltcsAatit lii
. \ BE SURE TO SER!: World 51!I... ....I.! Irmmtm. .. SlIMS ..
Charley E. Johns Fir Items Business FOR SALE-- Petunias snap Book \before buylnu any other 5FC 5Ur, ... II."... .h.sle., .'ilIe" .... Credlug.
-- Collaa .. .... ... .._ .. ......
Monthly Taymrnt PUn ()ragonn. Holly llock.v( Encyclopedia': M A P"ynr. t l r rlorliln Itl.lrlrl Hmmmm'T Mill mr .' 4

.. Agency i and other annunlt: DIll Boy !iI your local l representative! alive row ... ..|>l.1.l our. r....*.... In .....ll. MHITr: %<>W lo KtfKJnit :

131: S. Walnut St. I Beef Steak Tomato plants. 'I 'ice: \1. .:...rr.I.: i.rMi.: ,tn. n I t 45 NT\T,, PIeS iu.
191fl. P 0 Box 603. Phone
Huge Discounts I'IION K' 961-0201& FOR RENT! Furnished! 4 I Bell Pepper Plants. Rosebushes | 964-3704 tfrhn HrrlMiKHI l %..... .'L.\' :5J4.kl. I>IK., K> 1" 4-To.1l

room and bath apartment, 13(1( Shrubbery Mrs V R |.

S. Water St. Phone OUO-llM'1 I f\>rIfUltOn. Raiford Rd. phone |
=- --.=== nun: \CIIINE: : "''U.E:
; tfchg! 004./\1\11./ Btarkr. tfchaWANTKIl FOR RENT Two apiirt- '
I Poriablr. ".95 oil l'>

ii : I : LAWN WORK.Phon.96940824tp '!| menu turnUhe 1 One our 3 :3 t bedroom rooms f'urn un-- 119 I'UO"M. THOMPSON: !t6l-4I35 ST. SINGER COMPANY 403 N;

On Portable Typewriters Wides ,CARP'S SERIES 191 : \ -37MR Khrd Call 9li4-' &(;3J: Call nf: :Mfilir- !961-K9I 753-4081 Marlon 8t Lake City.tfrru Fla.

""'I ""-Jt--N: You cnn 3 30 p m tfchi IUSTIMCTIVRe ? n.fWt.R:4: I
(Custom Made I Expectant Mothers -| now get your supplies Incluil- >\ Wire '1 FOR SALE OR RENT 6

For Florida Uvlnz W. Now Carry A I Ing worm.. for fishIng/ nl t FOR SALE tfern miles south of Starke. 7 acre*.
I 'Iflt..hlf Ready mix coner.te. concrete
Smiths Shell Station. Lnwtev 5 furnished house on-
(rtotlore: !\ FOR RENT One bedroom room
Complete Line 01 block, house pier, sand. eem..nt. '
YOU :52flvrrxr'rtc hard road Call 944-&S01 or
I mortar mix Tort steel.ester 'trailer ALsn .p ce with polio
For Your $ $
$ 4BH-1147 I I 3tch 513:
WearCARP'S Westmoreland _!
Maternity ahell. 'imeroek.' roof ( Trailer _
No Salaried or Com. II I / Service. Station i I ravM. Ilntrln BRAOFOnD I Park Phone 969-3391!) : or 9 W215 -
For Rent (!l.a.t t opportunitY \t t. Conner
missioned! : ENOR.: CO Phr>n. 944.2521. I 1 tfeh
for right man Small amount I, tpva. Pfeh. I o lOBOVOaoaMnOBOHMOV H O MOVMHBj/ H YM Ulll Art CJukkI '
of rash requlreil Cull J Cttnfl '
can w ll you a modern<< three
I I Pnlntka 3a.VZOrt4 FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished Auto Radiator ShopCar
: TO WORK{ bed room CB home on paved
i M llht 123-595H! hou.e 525:: W Pratt
: L, ___ I -- Running Hot street. In Starke at a real bar-
I !St Call 964.4411 ltch
FOR SALE African red Radiator Leak vain prlr

I hns 3 boilrrxxn'' worms. red l w-laglers. minnow I O C Canon. denned & Repaired A. J. Th_"*. Realtor
homo nod large l lot for ...,IIt'||
t and shlnn ri at Darn"rd' Trl ,4-57tl
Reg. 105.03 AllSI/eson Display) New & U_d lladiator
out 10OA on the I.p Abiiiit' i
FOR SALEFlesh milk row
[ Klna' lev t-akc Jtp 5HOirSE II
H.I 0-12 Wides 1 mile from 100 on loft. Kori i iI and calve Ooorl used" 0 ERefrltivrator Auto, Repairs & Itrnke WANTED TO BUYI()

., Now 85.00 1 '/t Itathft' I more Information call collect ': ; FOR SLE3 bedroom : t,.ln uilse box: !"f'r1"f' acres of land near<< Starko.

nnd Expandable: Jacksonville 3/114-0I I I II '' unfinished from" home i springs and foam m ttrinPhon .. The flight 1'rice AtStrobo.s Call 904-5144 after 6pm.

,. I 161.Mchg :A I 131HKLP : :| with acreage( "near Starke City U-79a tip Garage _2tp 5-lt

New! New and Used I limit $2nn down balance ftntnced 1-1' ML S :.101 I on Edward FOR SAli-tMO Valiant au-
getPr. Call Phil Black collect.
FOR SAtE--40 watt Ftour- I t.swi Id.Phnne tomatie-V-2M: 4 door Best offer -
r I'-! Yr. : WANTED Men In 1(00,1! Jacksonville. 9-2804: rent light fixture 3 b.ab '
SMITH-CORONA financing nvnil.iMe: 3trh 5(1( typehospital !9611171Oer ;) I over .3:15: 00. Can be .-"
health 9th grailo or better
Plus features I AK 21 to Ml. Write or contact p ione. !4-2"1.bed an1> rlothec fryer Ito I '[ :2n: ) Yearn! Experience: j at 1408 V, Randall St Phone

STERLING Use Our Rental-Pur- Pemonnet PrpitrtmvntSunUnii W F Olrnn tfchg. M4-1051 3tp_6UFTiR

.. Stana'airf K.b..rd H...'* ._101. ..ii.... chase I'lan Payments II I Training Center. 1'. MISSINOItov'a 30 Inch bicycle -'FOR SALE CHEAP -3 male RENT FumUherl a-
pD TTI Ii, ." .. .
0.g. 'yp.wrt. ... I
Touch ItIfsu .. ow COM. ,....rt f., .........., Mar.i I....,.... under $;)0 S() I't'rIonth: ,I O. Ilox 115O. Uahncsvtlte4tchfr! Oieen with chrome deer hounds Phonf E D. Ors-: ;FOR RENT 3 rooms: and partm..n'. on* b<'d1"OOmCou-

SalacfarANDl 0...... ii.. .. 1k. lmH. ...c...... $..,11.,_. .......... ::1 :56 fender Oenerous reward ham. Starke 9H4-73 Up I IFOR bath furnished cott* e Phone ple or on* ffnall child 43$ E
I .......-,...........< ,. .... .
Chalca af C.hrs .ih. he.. .....,. ..., ,| n.m.J'k. I Phone 7" -32'0 ltch !964-3361: tfehK M 'dUH>n Phone 940-3383 after
C.uui Ii 1M H. ... .
try It. .
*.IIy want Ju| NOWFMobile RENT: -- Three room 5 or yr....k nd lIre

i IS"'R\S('.: FOR SALE Two bedroom pailly'' furnished house, bath.

4 Smith CoronaCORSAIR Smith AT'cm: K\rr.s residence on Pinewood. Drive tile floors palouii! closets I i FOR RENT Fumtah-d I MEN' USED work uniform

CoronaCLASSIC Home SitesAVAII.AIU.K AUTO .'IHr.. IUJXT Phone 9R4-4131" ltDLOSI' screened veramha. Phone M4Xtchc bedroom cottage Lre llrinf All rotors fir** Punt htrt*.

nori.p. r.. roNNr.KINSril.VNCF. I 6"1 5-13 room and kitchen Tile bath Come ret them II M CT suit

: :.; AGENCYtfchR Diamond Solitaire Two nice closet In bf' room Madam: Rabrru; \ house HI-
rln. In lobby of Florida Bank
Redecorated Uv' ide. Private
nay 301 S mile ouh ofSire
Lowest Priced Full .. ..lured. Key-Set Tabulator Full Lake l'rlvileiciIome'4tead I at Starke. Friday Reward r.K:> lR: \I.Iit',' T" driveway 814 Lke St Mr IM"-IMU ltp.1

Portable-With Tab Kry An Outstanding ) tumpt-: Finder pl-a e call 969-25 i Application being taken for A F SAUU. 833 McM, honeM45T4J
Buy Financing FOR SALE: Good toiulneu I Ito high calibre mjn with .barkirround -

Reg. 79.35 At This Price. and residential properties In in supervision and personal tfcht LOOK I.HK' LOOK!

Reg. 115.50 Starke. Improved and unim FOR RFNT-2 bedroom furnUhed production lift and or MRS HOC9CWIFE: II you
Lake Geneva proved. H. V. KnUht. P. O hou-oe Newly d ...oraC- A & H We ate offertnc financing I- CURB GIRt. WA."lTEDAp- have parr, time it rou need

Drawer P'. City. ttcbg ed. Apply M4 North W.tert .arranfrernent. office ply In person at Tucks Drrr extra money<< YOU can earn

Sale Price 6500Sale 9500 Trailer Sales Itpd allowance and (ring, bt"l4'ftt Tn IT S :Ml SoutH 3trrt 563.frs in your neighborhoodr

Price -FOR SALE--- FOR SAIIlereford bull. 6 Write Re tonal Anenry Di- "> an floe Avon>> PyvJuria' ,
dirt soil
top rector. P 0 Box No 5134Jtcksoitvtlle. W C 1..11. Write Mr Ouxla Sweat P OBn >
Plus Tax On Kmite ID)). Ono :>lll<> SR tractor work. Dew and .ad year old Merrill OrlffU '1 MO llr I *. Oak racirotrr
Keystone. : llel 'hta building ...ppU..*. W. T, Jarkon phone "B-1-:1134: Itchg Florida It --ch* _
CLEAN rum like new to U.\KE RESERVATIONS
BRADFORD COUNTY Open Sun. X : nuUJlng t.rl&1 ao4 M easy now : Flrrt trade prn
TELEGRAPH Evenings! .
FOR SAt Ei': '
t hp E\ inrule: to do with Blut- L.i-.t.r' R -nt for tsx>6 and HKJ4 1t1Zl 'rnr- cUa
6c each 70c dol. |4
: chlnery Supply. Phone 4- .
- !kicker flood ooikittton Phone fIn roc slJmaa-s.! II Sr r rt" t'-n Phnii.9><4-lri! >41 M.imiII half '
crass Br*dfurrtrAI ( CountS'TeIiraph
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Bradford County Telegraph

_______ 8TARKB. FLATHCRSDAV., MAT 6. 1965 I

... ..""""""""""""""""",, ''II I relieve their own guilt. What la happening now ,i Is the Training Union. Here you claim hl. attorney or demand..n..n not,ao aiioti feted" .

When the school fails, who'sto something that would ni*tee learn how to speak In public .h"ll l>* voUI. I

BHS Junior HiKEYNOTES blame? Is the student? Is a lot of peojle| turn over I n by peaking In public: how to Kill!| Maurice. Jankln J.nkln.Whit U'hltaAliirp A. ..xrulor i
the parent? ti the teacher: ? their graves WhAt will it be pray by praying; how to studyby .. of the Caat Will end. CLOSEourPENCILS
Is the community? Is the : ten years from now: studying. This. I III on-the- \Vhlt T..tamnt. McU'oy. JtrCvrn .1.
State? la the! Federal Government If we continue dawn thl la, job training! tit Its finest A X ADKINS. JR.
Unfounded Charges Already WorkingTo ? Is the school administrator path I I predict a lot more pro. Won't you meet\ with us each: Attorney fop Kx: .rutrlx '
By Jim Temple ? pie will go hungry They sn;:y I Sunday night at our Training III 8W. Third, St.Uuln ,t.
...................... When the school In successful we should cut out one millloi Union hour. 7 p. n>. Flrat.. avlli Ublll."ItO"p.1I> Klorlil la. nut FIRST GRADE !
Fight Proposed Airport AuthorityWe I who n''U the credit? Is It and t two hundred thouiuru nI With the beginning, of the 4/ia 4i, I,a

In the course of establishing the student? Is It the parent? more fnrm.i.! Who's ROIIIK t I) bus ministry on Sunday. May
have been told that a few citI- rop's first proposal for the school cur-' the true needs of our educational State? Is It the Federal Oov- feed this nation with tht 5 7. our church has reached another \n'r11' 1., lul. i.. le\r: ,,,.. One of oldest! manufacturers
zens of Keystone Heights-those some- riculum ; this has now been entirely system It may seem State. Is it the Federal Government population explosion. ? A bub:y milestone In 1U growth 'i<> Iil:1.siIIi : '" .:, Kiti 1.II4It 1 .rswe4 In the

times referred to as "the vocal minority" rewritten and was resubmitted to OEO to some that we overstate our ? Is it the school administrator born every five to six seconds I We believe that our attend' :X> ..tlri. IN hiirwliv irlvn' that Business.: J
week. But this had nothingto I ? We. In the Stark9 area, ante will soon greatly In- //Ih. and,*ralicnit4l.. undo.. the' prolalntm -
profess to view the proposed early this poverty. To It may seem I I > of Chapter HO,''"03 l.utvr
creation of a Keystone-Starke Air- do with the site and- win lose natural that educators always Our schools rise and( fall ineffectiveness should be happy. We !sold ber. crease. The bus will run'Sun I 1. !.'h..I.I..t"! of I'MI' will 6c each
because of the rles hlxhcr than other day night H.I well I r' with th i'lrk uf. tlu> f
any as
sound the of Sunday
note despair at
port Authority as a deep-dyed plot on or draw- the Camp Blanding prop t'lioult. I'nurt. In niiil ...-
working all place In Florida. thou.r1 morning! because 70c doz.
arrangement! of even I I the arrvlct-t
every turning of the rood Khtrltlit, .*
intinly r
the of interests in Starke to make is in the proposal to stay. Those upon I
part erty While some admit.: weaknesses the above. The school needs we had t the poorest quality Ir't I are of equal Importance. 1 ri'liK nr proof' of piihllcatlon. i>rthla
the Airport available as a site for the here who( have expended thousands of there are others who seek' and seeks ad.Ice of the Interested years. Louisiana farmers hav: !! notify. tlii ..fl, name $4 half gr. I
of .IM'KX
Imt IIIINI'T slum
proposed Job Corps Training: Center. dollars and more than a year of untiring to excuse our faults and 8tUlI! it needs the attentionof I netted t3.10: a flat and theirfee ) BRTIiri. \PTIST '1141. N. T.-"ngdr AVIMtarll...
Such statements are so "far out" effort in this matter would be others who find peace of mind the concerned. If It la to( I market runs from 40 to 43 nirncii I I'li.rt.ln, end JAi'K KrJMTAII

that we are reluctant even to lend nothing short of foolhardy to muddythe by 1 Ignoring the real Issue altogether be highly successful It must t cent a !l1\t. The mu-ket fee I ANT i iilrt" I'Indrr M. Ml Mhl M.'nth,'h 1, alum HlwrkvKI *ntttiwi'il .. Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH
them the dignity of terming them water by any such change. be highly equipped and rejected In Plant City U 30 cents a Sunday School )lit a..s I tn 'liiiHlniiMa

ridiculous. There is simply no word in We feel that this unfair attack on I became very dlstrubed the as a plaice of L arn- flat so all In all we are bless Training Mornt.jg' ; Service;Union. l\10 It.. m. : Kill\Mlllnin I gini, k..N F9a IliiVl\ \Ile, .. I'1<.>lf ono aria..

the English language\ to describe prop- the motives of those who are seeking other day when someone said InK. Its critics mutt: be on'IItructl'1 ed. Service : : p.. mEvenlnjr .r

erly the realm of phantasy in which to do something constructive with the "At least the people of Brad- !. Its frlen-ds must bo Midweek Service 7:1p.Wednesday: m noted l n I'm'' HUH:, al.Jlth Hlark day I \linulfordMily "f AuriiA .'

they move. Perhaps such statementsare Keystone Airport is just another example ford County cant say that great In number. Its work 7 t>.m.-Rev. W. L Newman .- ?\ Klnriil 1..* 4511' 41lo. I'
must be
beat ignored- but on the other to what lengths a few hard- you\ haven't warned them that don effectively and i
efficiently its
their schools In goals must! bo ctiuRCH
are real need
hand we remember Herr Goebbel's dic- core obstructionists will go to win their If they are discredited 1 It attained r..C( FIRST rilKSIIYTKKUN: : :'1'IIt'IU'U /

tum that "If you repeat a thing often point.' If traced to i its source this! won't be your fault. If the ( Serving Florida I

enough and loudly enough someone latest propaganda barrage would money doesn't com etc. ." NEWS Sunday Sunday School 1 '' Since 1050
will believe it." doubtless be found to stem from the I If this U the point of view Bradford Farming I ... II 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship| .

Since the proposed Airport Author- same ones who have a long case his- that some! have taken from 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship 6 Orlorida i, greeting cervice..Qne

ity must be referred to the people of tory of opposition to other forward- reading the weekly article I A5 'i P. m. q ,.
Keystone Heights in a referendum looking projects.It would lUte to take this space! I1** I Methodist Church Tuesday\ Circles! 2 and 3 ......"'iIr'-.r" r oa'o'vaw'rorr"aJq
meet 10 .
perhaps now- before the flrewords was stimulating to see leadersof to correct the error. It Is not 1an. Communicants '
Calendar for the week: Clam, 3:30: m. Circle ;Mr 1 I.ucileRepresentative
p. *
I ;
the Intent of the articles to e.- (
really start is the time to set the our two counties -Clay and Brad- tabllflh Friday Brownie Troop 1 mt'f'.a.'! 8 p. m. (Codwln; Cordially
record straight ford-sit together last Friday night blame sits responsibility 604 meets 3-15. Thursday choir Practice. aiI l J
The interests in Starke who have and discuss the proposed creation of or warn anyone. It .lathe Sunday Church School. 7:30: p. m. I Welcomes

been working on the Job Corps Training an Airport Authority and what it and purpose the Intent of to these make article all of SEE 0:43: Worship It 1m.,. and 1013 E:. Tall St. "4 f You and YourFamily

Center for more than a year havea could mean to the progress of both us aware of the facts that exUt 7:30: 1 p. m. Snack Supper for Starke to Your
In 1'k.'errs .. ,
site that is a good one they are counties. But in order to be effective, In order that we may act ITsly MYF. 6 p. m. Youth Meeting. J....... ...*.Of".ril The !..<....,<. 1'h. !)1-5321: New Home
satisfied! with it it has that the would our 8:30.: r-|........ In frnbal.
just as it was agreed Authority common goals for the! future Monday Olrl Scout Troop In ..- ":.'MI..t......,. -
much to offer for a training renter have to have complete control of the and through hard work Whll, Dm'**urn. )

site as the Airport property has Air rt property. reach the fame, Phil Cronkhlti Trop 606. 607 3:30: p.4:30.: m. Men's Olrl Scout Club lUvlnv.T.11 t'Ulma,' l A\1.\rid" \IVrinnn\ A- The State of FloridaIt

and to change or alter the training As T. J. Jennings Jr., attorney for What good does It do to ray meeting In Fellowship In. ...lnt Haiti\ h.lal.: ,
hall I Is Our Desire 1'0Inke; You Feel" Welcome" and
to child ..
a who has just burned I Vim and ftfn m you ar h r
center proposal, in regard to site, at the Clay County Commission expres- himself "i told A lot bal been laid about ttallatlon of officer and ladles by niiiirinil. .\ ami to" pr.. Acquaint You With Your City.
this stage of the game would be the sed it, "You might just as well stop This you night, 7 p. m. sent, any. Hitlntl and I iloinaniliwhlrh ,
attitude U far from the profits In berries and the .
You i>r ithr 'if roil,
sheerest folly. now If somebody has veto power over kind needed to solve theproblem labor problems that exist here! Tu. d..yVult'yan ServIce mav' havn "..101.' I III. .eiiIC. ",
As a matter of fact the Nort rupCorporation's the Authority's actions." An Author- Guild meet In sanctuary Mi-t'ity J-rfiiM.iii. Whim, <.1.l i..aml. If you are new in the area, n phone
we face today, We Ohl I But we have 1 lot to lat. ,. ,
revised 1 proposal has without final authority in all of its know for pledge) wrvlcM and Installation ,'.. <>r unlit, fiiilnly. In Ih.. "1
ity that the answer will xthankful for this yeiw "n'v linlf of rail will bring you a prompt visit
just been resubmitted to the Office of actions, in really no Authority at all. come from an honest attemptto California ha had to abandon of officer. 7:30.Wednt'llday : ('"''sty. riurl'' U. ai I hla nffii-a. .in '
Economic: Opportunity with the Camp If the necessary legislation is pas- better understand our area* several thousand acres Circle m.'t.In"s .the'.."011,. Knurl at smirk hiilia. K"*<| front >our local htmlex. I'leuae give' .
Blanding site prominently mentioned sed and referendum is held as of difficultly. because> of lack of labor. We at 10:30: a m. as follow: within .1.! I'aUiular' month* fr a No. t In Ladle lllbl > llm if the fl.., .iiulilltmllnnif her n call! She him map and many
on almost every page. There is noth- seems likely we hope that the voters In the recent Duval school I have a former Union Head as : 2 In Fellowship Hull: 3 thla notlm Warh 'lalm.. ir
crisis every group had their ,Secretary of Labor who one 1man, l ahull In In writingnttil, free and wonderful gifts for
ing to indicate that the issue |
anyone anywhereis of Keystone Heights weigh In church office: 4 In Young .hull, elsie i Ih. ""I"... .'f you
dissatisfied with the Camp Bland' on its merits, and not on some red- own "goaf on which to hang "way or another Is trying to Adult claiwroom: S In Youth d.nri and prier ,ftl-,. aililiaaa ., From local buwinessems.
the responsibility for failure! forte welfare worker( and 'llx .ilalmant, amt ultall. l lor aw u'nic
ing site- except of in its that Is foolish I loom 6 In church All
threat too library
course herring even and dtsacredltlon. When the other domestic people; l back to ; > by tha >lalniant I hla a..nt.
lack of existing structures that couldbe to warrant the dignity of denial. smoke cleared however the! work lie has no experience at Circle meet. In Fellowship

used for the school .' which deficiency The only issue is what Keystoneand the school system was In the all In airrlcultur and he Hall at 11-30 for covered dish

is also true of the Keystone Starke working together can accomplish came! position -- dlsacredlted. thinks anyone can nether fruit luncheon" Junior Choir prat.ace I
Airport. Therefore, there would be at the Airport as opposedto How fooUfth( !it sounded when and vegetables Maybe they. 4 ::30. Prayer Meeting, !
absolutely nothing. to gain and muchto what Keystone can accomplish a- '1 toUt. you 80"" became the an be tsutht but not all at 730Thur: ., May 13 eaderhlp I _-

lose by an abortive effort to switch lone. There is no conflict: of purposeDon't I ha. Ml.* er for thoae. M.ekln. ; to I once. Tr a lido ""LV_ In t4alneaWlle.
g '
sites for the proposal.It interest What benefits one community Too we have a certain element I
or 9:30: a. m. Chancel Choir rehearsal -
Is true that there was some dissatisfaction of necessity benefits\ both. urn<''Id down. S.again.'Oeorce'Ifuggln. I that feels of people the In government our society 7-30: p. m. Cub Heout

in the OEO with North- Puck Commute meeting,
1&: as simple as .that. .
tell a rood owe. them a living. These 7:30.
stow about weed It people wouldn't work lor any :

that there wa a big .It'f'm.j hlng. NOKTIISIOK!' lltPTIST
, Blame-It ..All On 'Poverty'Poverty down In O.lne..vI4!. on Identification I have a aught solution to flU'Kfll
of weeds and a total lIt. Thla U-. -any able bodied

with all of its disadvantages and obey their parents. A boy or a of 97 were examined and correctly I man who U drawing wrtfare- There Is one organisation I II

substandard housing, inadequate girl would not bring shame on his identified, and all the cut him off and let him go in our church which has a* I
hungry until he learns I that by Ill sole the trainingof
educational and'recreational facilities, family or his family name. I county arena felt they were purpose
the sweat of his brow he eat, This I la
church members.
But the next day a
absence of cultural opportunity and Another writer has observed that I expert
little rule of conduct if impressed man etm Into Oeorve's office I
the rest- Is commonly considered a one simple .
put a wed on CKor'i desk
on children by parents andon -
of delinquency.There
major cause juvenile and old. "What la It*' (}or- ,
can be no doubt that environment students each day by teachers: .e scowled at It, hemmed and .af'r..Ni1

is an important factor but perhaps from the first grade In public schools hawed and finally had to admM > J ,
we tend to exaggerate Its im to graduation In college would help. he didn't know It was I IC IS r -- .y. ..MrV..,, -

portance.For That rule would be: Keep your hands not one of the (7. $ _
example most of the Chinese off other people and other people's C _

living In this country- even in such property. Alice had another adventure 'Corwlr Atolls. Spurt Sale. ) ,
famous Chinatowns as San Francis "Such a rule of action instilled Into t with a bird recently ,

co'slive in what would be termed the young mind could save untold I when an Indigo bunting n-
And misery and heartaches for young and Into the picture window and
poverty some sources. yet knocked 1 luelf out Alice
while seven per cent of America's juveniles old alike," this writer observes. Teach- brought the bird Into the

will be in trouble with the Ing this simple rule of action wouldbe house toHop\ the cat from

law this year not one of them- fulfilling\ an obligation which adultsowe .ettlnaU, and revived It with u'PArry 4 ;

past records are any criterion III to the young, and would relieve aome water. Bhe jays M WIll 0 Napa Spmy f/ r

be Chinese! the elder of serious delinquency on I the most beautiful blue you (.eump1 I

Why U this so? Paul Harvey, writing their part. And it wouldn't take a new 1 ever saw. and that It rivaled 1Oatrutft
in the Suburban & Lawrence Jour- law or more taxes to accomplish re- : the hummingbird the one : yy
handled! after a similar accident.
nal of Indianapolis quote one Chinese sults.It .
leader as saying: "We keep a tight look as if we could learn something In its .perfection. .

rein on our children until they are from the American Chinese There will be big doln e.. k r y
really responsible." Another says : including those who. ** lives are spent down' at Waldo on May n..

"Our children just naturally respect In so-called grinding poverty. when a reenactment, of thi, "
muaterlng-out of Conceder ? ""rr f M..Ipi ,1odor'purl .s "1

ate troop will bot held with v. t ? <' .y J
atlon U In a real mli-up now. Fred'" Donaldnon Jr .-.....In. a* .
Farmer's Diary Farmer planted under the chairman of the event He \II\ Jo t. IIJT.
l.. :
acreage control but at pr- looking for information on ". ":." ::J ,
f arni there! U an effort to famines, who had representative !J
1y lima 14twine7 switch over to poundae-pr- In that event, and ao! 'wY : .. Io..I -
acre control and a vote on It for aouveruora and artifact of .

win be "heard from In the future bad been arheduVd for thisweek. that time He said old-tlmey

Incidentally& the& barbecue However a court order eo>tuov>* will be worn durlna -" tr ,, aI
wa prepared by thoM emperU. > up In Ovonta ha* Ud up the the centennial and that men
Billy Porte! ant Titus I procmed bill. and no one will wear. beard. When it comes to housing
Otaon. and vaa up to their !I 1 I i knows what. will happen. In eDo we're the experts.
usual high tandant. the meantime!, farmer have you want a kitten We for people, i Impata Sport 3t e i planted on their old& allotment hare three that are cut. a* We've financed a lot of homes.
Market Manaier Phil *, and are taint ahe.di can b*. but tney! are XTUV---" -w-
Cronkhlt report that i hoping for the beet. I take over with their aemmpTIng (And a lot of back yards for littlo .

The Starke and BBd1C'hapten .prtn* crop d *ecetai>le+ U on #. and froUclng, and we are and bird houses.) THE-N07l -WAY .
ol FFA put on a fine' the war, std &.hatANI Then too.. there will be a looking for home for them girls
b.nqurtl.d week and the hat squash green bean. p.*PP T rote on a marketing acre*. o Why not come In today and let us tell you

of their aceompUkhmrnt dor and cukea wtD be offered at merit for watermelon crow.,. Attce'i. row are very pretty -
In* the put year, which W*rImpirolTe <' the markrt He alo ad! there! coon but wares &the majority now' She pruned and frrtlllvd about our complete home loan service? (iVhat's;mr vacation plan Worl.1' Fair Yellowstone, NLaitlm.:

reported at tM event. YN,'I are aocn fine plaatlnc of vote of melon relieve. have chanced them a while ago. sod 'iMackina"' MriJiff. urnmr ('otI4ll(1'( lira u. for the right Chevrolet

And who know" beana In the county their mind. It .arem likely they have responded with I V you'll/ make it in .tyw Like u lively Corvalr. Or the style and

but that another Doyle Con''I that thia propoaal will be scene very pretty. .flower First Federal Savings and Loan economy 01.I Chevy II. Or i 1& youthful fhevtlle. 'favors in iu size
I 0
nee wu In their nUdct. sad, The tooaeoo control attu- cluM OraluiuriouaJei-nrriHothrhfvroU't( .. Th Lust three are .available
pretty" but a bW
Not lit>>
help. U our lfpropeUedmower. with the "("Jnom ,."I. spirited l Turbo-Thrift Si i.. You can order a

If you are tired of Association of Starke Monxa with. up U> 1 110 hfl{ You' can't ftn-l\ u newer! car or a better time,
pRIQ4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY puahtng a mower rand Itdortvt now'Red !
to buy on r. Come in 'pick' your
ESTABLISHED 1879 talc long for that to 2IH N.. Temple l An.
p happen)J. you might cheek on
..aar c. L MATTNSw. I:crew ANO heue.._ ore that dom mmt of the Hot and Rolling! See your Chevrolet dealer for a new
c work for you. Ours ha a recoil CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CHEVY CORVAIR
0 rlo.iDA'e OCOMT WKBXT Nrw.e''et. Puaviaxao COMTt : tarter too, and Ham got
> ._*." UNOCH hue SANS M.srrtAs it Ju t In tame, for with the Where V'llMtU.., 00 >.U 41
'7Q old on his right arm kept

ruat.WM CACM TMUMVOAT AND KMTMIS A. CCOMO Ce MATTC At TNIPor growing longer and longer

Omcc AT Taaae. PVA. UMO< ACT Of M *CM a. tere.d from" yanking on the starter Gateway Chevrolet lite.i
rop and but for the new SAVINGS EARN MORE! .
. ace MONTHS ILM hand would
THE: TRACK: AREA ONII TEAR fl3O 0 tarter, hla right
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r.vyPvmVvvvvvvvvvvv 1 1 B. Whitehead 82. were held I II perform at 745.: :i day in Doctors Hospital, in Gainesville> accompanied by i tor was their guest 1 Yon. I Mr and Mrs. E. M. Norton I I

I at 11 a. m. Saturday in the During the concert two Staike. I Mr. Land, principal and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore 4th Grade I Futch. ] : Cindy and children! Friday evening. Cash Paid for Good, Cleoa

MAX V ILL E :I Northslde Chapel of Key-Mc- --soloist will be featured who 1 Mr. ana: MI'!!. Newn' Burhey \ McKUtnlck and Mrs. Tobar. I Chuck, Renee and Micky, and I I Duck, Debbie Dyal, Daryl Hil- 1 Out of town guests attending Rags. No KhakIs or WooL An
Cabe Funeral Home with Rev. 1 earned superior ratings at the of Startee visited here Saturday teachers. Then on Thursday' the Tom Casey family attended hard) Hyta Johnson Nancy i I I the wedding :Miss Rose
Wairen Wasson officiating. district contest in March. afternoon with Mr. and I the Lit through the 4th' the wedding of MISS Nan- Norton. Marcy Smith. Mar- I Marie: Starling and Wayne I II Cotton. Bring to Telegruph.
..A1In By Mrs. A. C. Slade Burial followed in Riverside Tuesday evening, April 20 Mrs. Claude Green. grades made the same trip I' nell Clark, to Jimmy Moore In'''garet Smith Wayne Teston F'arr'ere Mr. and Mrs. Ernest .

: Phone 289-4191! Memorial Park. Mr. Whitehead the Mamie Agnes Jones School Avory Slade and sons visited: with. (teachers Mrs. Harrell i i, the First Methodist Church I Shirlene Baxley. I Wilmont of Jacksonville, Mrs. -
eat.ror.. who lived in Jacksonville held its regular PTA meeting. Sunday afternoon in Hampton \ and Mrs. Ellis. All the students !1 I in Clewlfton on Friday' evening 5th Grade IMageel: Larry Sherry Chambers of Gaines I

...................4..I died In an Orange Park During the meeting Mrs La- with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. were' driven to Oalns- April 30. Brown, Sheila Norman Joey' yule MIs. Jack Green and Septic Tank and

r\\o ESCAPEES \ Hospital Before moving to mond and Mrs. Douglas' Slade and Mr. and Mrs. V. J.I Yule in the school bus by Mrs. After seeing the newlywids Bennett. Bubba Bennett. three children of Jacksonville.

:. HOB 11.IIERE Jacksonville he was a Maxvllle rooms put on a folk dance I Slade. Ethel Bias. The entire student off. the Moores went to James Gladleux. I Mr. and:! Mrs. Louis Crews and DRAIN FIELDINSTALLATION

The two men who held resident: for several years. demonstration. The tumbling Mrs Charles Oarrard and body wig taken to the Bradford Homestead: and spent the 6th Grade I lEstesl) : Robert children of Starke. Mr. and I

at; Harris at gun point for Survivors Include four daughters was demonstrated by the Physical sons of Jacksonville visited County Fair in Starke weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Akeis.! Wayne Bennett. Lynn Mrs. W. P. Farr of Waldo. Hack Hoe Work
thatbci't seveiil hours before robbing Miss Pearl Whitehead Ed students. Guest I Thursday afternoon with Mr. I for a thy of fun on Friday ol W. F. Moore Jr. and family. Boch, Joan Crawford. Mary I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Mailowe
: ServiceFill
> be- Mrs. Frances Lane Mrs. Ul- ,,speaker for the evening was I I !and Mis. Avory Slade and last wCIc.BlnTIID.Y! Sympathy Is extended to W. Lee Mary Lee Martin, Joy of Gainesville. Mr. and: Mrs. Pump Out
him Friday afternoon are I
He'. .llcvcd to be the two convicts dine Pope and Mrs. Willodlne Mike Houser. coordinator of family Charlie Oarrari:! was I SUPPER' M. Reddish; in the death of Sapp, Marie Smith. Gwen Walter Marlowe of Plant City. Dirt and Top Soil

dl who fled the vicinity of State Flores; two sons, BaUol'd physical education in Duval i an overnight guest Thursday Wesley McRae celelirate-2: his slstgr.: Mrs. Mary Cone ;' Starling, Jerry Teston, Pam J. F. Ford and Miss Debbie Bradford Septic
.tfte}.\ Tioa l Deparment offices at Whitehead and Howard County. Election of officers night' of Michael Slade. I his birthday with a supper al who lived in Brooker. Friendsare I Tye. Wilson, both of Lakeland
A.: Ellm, Road and Lane Ave. r Whltehead one sinter one 'was held and chosen to serve:! I Mrs. Shuler Cox and daughter the home of his son, J. E. Mc- sotry to learn of his Illness i 7th Grade:! I fPavyl-: Lamar Micky Owens of Plant City. Tank Company

:'jr.cFort. '\" "I,1-\\. ay In a car belonging Mrs. Sally Manning; I ed to leave Saturday for Walter !- guests included Mr. and Mrs Center in Gainesville and Gregory Dyal. I I Miss Belinda Marlowe Miss I'hone 969-2311

COUI f to the road department scc- Funeral service* for Mrs. 'VIce president, Mrs. Mamie Jo II Reed Hospital where Patricia Arthur McRae and son, Mrs hore: for an early recovery I 8th Grade IHodgkinsonl! : Helen Marlowe Mr. and Mrs.'.

ante taro: Oustaru Hurst Wellhausen, Douglas; second vice presi- Is scheduled to undergo j Vesta Myrlck, Mrs. Reynolds. Mrs. Clara OL on of Jacksonville Prlscllla TannerTTTTTTTTTTTSJTTTTVTTTVT. i Herbert Marlowe Mr. and ,_
Ma} alone 22, a resident of Maxvllle dent, Mrs. Ronnie Taylor; 3rd surgery later. Mrs Cox will be I Mrs. Odessa Taylor and children -I is spending the week I Mrs. Sidney Marlowe and ;
Hal1 Mr Harris, who lives vice president, Hugh Rowex remembered the wife of Marlowe. all of FOR LEASENew
MaxvUle off! were held at 2:30: p. m. Fridayat ; a Mr. and Mrs. Tulll with her brother-in-law and i Mrs. Gilbert
1 miles east of
and Mrs Lee Three IlnrPCRK
Noimniuly( Blvd., told the Du- sister, \Mr
Baptist Church Jack Braddock: treasurer, Mrs. Neel Mrs. D B. Oriffls and Crosby and daughter all of Kingsley Lake solemnized '
edA veil.. County patrol that when I Green, and other relatives. i The wedding was: Oil. MKItMCK:
in' returned to his home Fii- sonville.] Rev. Harvel 6. Cun- Rowland: historian, Mrs. Judy daughter attended the MotherDaughter Starke. Mrs. Ome Lonelr of Miami \ In the home of Mr. and Station on U.K.: Sol sear
that around 2.30i ) nlnirham! officiated. Mrs. Coleman) ; and parliamentarian. / Banquet Tuesday BROOKER: : SOFTBALL visiting Mr and Mrs 1111'''. F.. M. Norton Mis. Volley L. Starling last Farmer Market
i'iv afternoon : was
m@r.a. Mrs. Theo night at Baker Schoolin |
Taylor. High
Wellhausen died Tuesday I Broker: Field has been a- and family during Friday afternoon.
armed with shotguns Floyd Futch
men ,
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in Jacksonvillehospital. CIVIC CLUB PARTYA Macclenny. I Phone 5.332081VyTVyyyyyVVVVYyyyyYv I No K"i ertenre' Nrt- -
morning a blaze with lights just about
1 ulnslilt,' his home. One'I'M the week. Mrs. E. M. Norton had as S-ime.
Takl Training
toe t I She is survived paity held Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Odell!! WTCinms:
There '', ] a .410 RtMe. gun on him every might for the past few Mr. and:! Mrs. Freddie Dinktn.s I I guests Monday: Mrs. Carolyn Financing A">".ta.
her husband Charles night at the Maxvllle Civic and sons of Sanford visited
by : weeks with softball of Sunday !
j i ,11'I'll'\ 1 other, hal a 12 Kiingrl : games! of Avon Park were : Johnson and sons of KeystoneI
-l'OtfeUn", h" ) < tO HaiTlrit S Wpllhnusen: hsr parents, Club for the young people. Saturday afternoon with Mr. I all Brooker lost! two to guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. CHURCH NEWS I Heights and Monroe Kltlcr Of'' For Further Information
... 1 ii'" liaj: : tak.'n from Inside :Mr: and Mrs. Joseph! Hurst; .Games were played and refreshments and Mrs. D. B. 'Cliff is. The the Garden Restaurant of L. Dlnkins. I Sunday:! School 9:43: a. m. : Ralford. 'II Write
'i,' house.1! maternal: grandmother, .Mrs. served. Several L Williams are foimer Maxvllle Starke last week. Brooker also Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Harley !Morning Worship. 11 a. m. THA'ISIATIIIS:
IIt'rt Augusta! Jam nil of Maxvllle: trusts from Baldwin attended::! residents, occupying the D. B. won: tvo from Town Tire Co. spent the weekend with Training Union 6:45: p. m I P. O. Box" 3IJ7-Wta, F..Jaekson'Ille. .
but Before m.ililri-1: lhlr:! Betiwuv -.1 nnd a sister, Mrs. Noma OreyIlKKlnbotham the party. Chaperones were I Oriffls house 'for soma time. I of Gainesville and lost one. her brother, Clyde Starling,, Evening Worship, 8pm,, Plnllo Notebook $2.20 at tbe'I FI...
pro from the Hurls! home, I of 'Jacksonvilte.interment LMr... Joseph! Lucas, Mr*. Paul C Mrs. Joseph/ Lucas .visited I Midweek I Prayer Service, Wednesday .
: I .I 'I.'hlsI'eek Brooker takes on family in Avon Park. I I j
and : TF.I.Ff RAl'n.
A.m' cv stnlfl most nf his. cloth- -. -- -- .-_ .._ .
-- wasin -mversineMemorial Harbett, and Miss Sharen Sunday in Doctors Hospital, the Hampton team on Tuesday Mr and Mrs Willie Dobbs -jji: p. =. ney \
blankets. i
Uh: a watch s"ime: ] : Park."Funeral: ar- Orittis Starke with Mrs. R. V. Dur- night at 7::30. It plays Buck Carmichael T. Peavy. pastor. "Come let
and Mrs.
1DVJ! :J Foruicli
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I Harris'ownd.3" Th"i : "inirmpnti, were under the ENGAGEMENT rance and Mrs. Russell Thom- Natural Oaa of Starke on and Mr. and Mrs. Lestt'rl'Austin us worship together. \
Mr. : M-pctlon of John M. Brinkley, ''Mr. and Mrs. 'H. W. Stubbs I 'Thursday 0 p. m.'and has enjoyed a family pic-j Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hollo-
found Satuiday at auket as.High '
'.i was Harlow"andMi DI.1111- '\ofacr1"t1lJY. announce the engagement; oftheir school students from a double header with' Town nlc on Sampson Lake Satur-t way attended a hou e warm- 'I FLORIDATHEATOE
at TIn' community extends ) daughter, Gloria Anita.. I Baldwin Jr.-Sr. High School Tire of Oalnervllle. I must say r day night. | Ing given for Mr. and Mrs.

11' mvd. "'m"" t It\' t" both tlr, families ,to O. L. Norman son of Mr. spent an interesting day last that oar team makes a strikIng Miss; Elizabeth Terry was Frances Menu last Sunday I
: )' Harris was unhaimid* : ,r ':\1"1 Wollhauscn and :Mr.i and Mrs. Lewis Norman of Thursday when they toured scene 'on the field with I vlsltlruc Mrs. C E. Strickland. afternoon in their new home- ,

.\' the fugitives. I. Wi,1tE"ht'a d.'hIflvIrr Highland. The brlds-elect attended I Tallahassee.! The trip to and. their mew uniforms and wleh I In Gainesville from Thursday between Starke and Keystone''
IIF.TnS : HTATIONATTENDANT ; school Baldwin Jr.- from Tallahassee for chaperones -' to titanic A. F. McDavid of to Saturday. I Heights. I
Fimi'jal services for William ShOT. Sr. HLgh School. Wedding I and students was made McDavtd Farms for them. I Mrs Mae Wells and MlvuRnza I II Mr. and Mrs. M C. Duaxar -

AM) nonr.rn: plans wUl be announced later. I by train. The Spanish Class I,PERSONALS ,., BlAnchard attended the of Jacksonville! are extending ,;

Ed Trend"51!! night operator BRIDAL SHOWER plans a tulp later when they 'A number of Brooker people I I Homecomlnu of Mlddleburg'' their visit with their daughter. -I OPENING TIME

; rr 7 | of ti, .. E so Service! Miss Gloria Anita Stubbs'' will tour St. Augustine.Mrs. I have been on the sick list I I Methodist Church last Sun- Mrs. Lloyd Macy and MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
Station at Interstate 10 and was honored at a lovely bridal i Bonita Meeks of Well- family, through this w-ek. I '
lately. Among those are Clyde I 6:45: P.M.
'1I. 1-' I U. '8. 301 near Baldwin was shower Saturday afternoon. I connctt visited here Sunday I( Green.. who has returned i I day.Harold Sapp of Miami and Mr. and Mrs.! Grady B. SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:"
I shotdown early- Friday mornIng April 1. at the home of Mrs. with Grandma Welthausen.vyvvY home after having spent a few !, Mr. and Mrs Watlen Saop BI hop and Brian spent Sunday ]I -

/ by a gunman who had Jerry!' Stubbs, given by Mrs. i I'' ,-,5rvYvYYrvvYvvBROOKER. : days in the Bradford County I and daughter" of Jacksonville' afternoon with Mrs.
I I earlier obbed Tteadwell. He Marleen Outhrle. Refreshments Hospital Also Mrs. Dolly Har were Wednesday truest of Mr Charity OIKsoii. at McRaeMr I Thurs., Fri., Sat.- May 6, 7, 8
e ta1s was admitted to Duval Med- were served and frames rell has been sick and Is still and Mrs. A. C. Pearce and Mis. Graham Crewsof ,
I. l-lcal Center in Jack.'IoD.ll'UleI were played and prizes awardI'I : far from well. A very j Rev Ed H.irley of Perry Starke spent MondaY'!' DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM

I.I 1 I with bullet wounds in the ed to Louise Austin, Mrs. I thoughtful' gesture on the part win luncheon guest of Mrs. afternoon with Mrs. Ceralj

I I 'f chest, left shoulder and 'right' Lewis Norman Mrs. John By Betty Rbon :! of the) GA's was taking: Mrs. I Hattie Dnrl-y. Miss Sins Crawford and family and
,"t1$1 arm. North and Miss Anita Stubbs. Harrell some very pretty flow Prescott and Mr. and Mmj Charles Crews and family.Mr. THE DAY

Per Day |..I 1 County detectives were told The- honoree received many AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4LITTLE I ers. I'm sure that she really j Hlrnm Bennett .and family! on add Mrv W. E. Oliver THE EARTH

by Tieadwell that the RUn- lovely and useful gifts. Approximately BOY'S SOFTBALLThe appreciated them. Also, Mrs. ]I Fildsv Lonnv Prescott and of Jacksonville. '! spent the SPLIT IN TWO!
i NEW rOKTABL.KS man bought $2 worth of gas 20 guests enjoyedthe newly formed little I Bcrthsree MeRae Is a patient Mrs. Vnucrhn Prescott and son weekend with Mr. and: Mrs.F. I

and& left his car to go to the occasion with Miss boy's softball team played its ,' at King' Memorial Hospital In : were vl'ltln< during the week. G Conner. 1
EmersonDahmer's restroom but returned to the Stubbs. I HONOR WOU Mrs. J. M Bradley had as
i first game on April 26 In Lake; Butler. We hope all of
I office and slipped behind him SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY I\.Butler. The boys came out I I these people will be well again Fifth sU-weplts: period. Sunday afternoon guests Mr
forcing Treadwell to give him Mrs. Vince Taylor entertained I with a three to one score over I 1; and brick' In ther! homes. i I Lawtev Junior Hlnh School: I and Mrs. Jimmy Bradley and '
100/ from the cash register. at her home I (Ca l' Bren- daughters of Jacksonville
Friday the Lake Butler Church of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Leonard lat Grade nova _,., MI.I .
\ Treadwell told the /gunman he I night with a party for the Christ team. The Brooker and \faintly of Tampa were da Carter Teresa Devore. Mrs. Chester. Wood served I /ANOiS-StCTT'MOORE'KNOX
112 E. Call I Ph. 9691771HOUSEHOLD \ would not call the law when L Junior Girls Sunday !''School team under the direction 'of weekend guests of Mr. and I j Donna Page a* one of the chaperones for ; Liiia.Wwie .
he left but the man opened I Class of Ma villa 'Baptist Ned Hicks Is sponsored by the Mrs. R. B. Leonard.:! 'Th* I 1st and 2nd Grades (Fault- the sixth grade field trip of asgi .Sites soN w1T
tire and shot him three! times. Church. Gaines' the Charles 81. Bennett School. 0511 3155
.\ were: played I. Brookrr Recreation Depart- Broolcer Leonard were /guests nerlSherrl' : Napier.
'Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trea.dweland L and t'l.'fr'lIhments'served. ment. Is \ 2nd Grade f Kelly I Teresna Her son Chipper Is a student
Mr. Hicks Interestedin of thii Tampa Leonards last
I, small Ron live here, oceupylng ,. PERSONALS! \ all boys between the ages weekend.: Brewer Trtta Crawford. Jeans there, They vUite
I I the Joseph Lucas housi'a Attending the wedding In 9 ami( 14. and would be gladto The! new speaker at the Hlmrlnbotham. Donna Sue land last Friday

r.; PESTS near the railroad truck St. Pe'iburg- Friday night have them play if they will Brooktpr Church of Christ Is I Puulev. Voreaie Patrick.! She- Mrs. Elms Rlggs and Mrs. __________________________ RS THE WORLDS
NCIIOOI NEWS!I of Miss Shlpman had guests
Elaine Mary
HigginbothamII as
11 a Sturlina3rd
Ontruetlrm' contact him. This week's game Brother Eddie Smith of I '
V Uiaiiiit.y The Baldwin High School I and Robert Ruskin Harris in will be played at Providence at Oalnrsvllle. He has been I Grade I Hamilton 1 Sunday afternoon J O Greek: 3--'

IT' 'f UnvihIV Band under the direction 01: were Mr and Mrs.( Ben HJgffinbotham. 6pm. Next week Biookfr I speaking: here for the past I Linda Allen. Kathy Casey. Ed. 'tnd family of Jacksonville .
I Dl..oCarry'9.. band leader Richard A,II ''Donna and Mari i will play the Church of ChristIn : few weeksMr I dy I>Ynl. Cindy Orlffis. Davlf I Miss Lois Hodges visited I' ,... .

: -_ I Dickson. will present Its Annual .:, ion, ,Mrs. D Hlgfrlnbotham' I n_ '_.Ak.n_.,_. nnflpi__uq nn_.. ft_.n.nn/liav...._' _nt._ and Mrs. Art Qulcksill ==-- .. -- h- ,_ a_________I__.____________..-::::--:-- -!:
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Mrs. Raymond Kilgore and I! "" --
spring Concert Friday : 5:30 and Free Will .
: Baptist ,
I went oil a deep Ilea !!"I.
I fishing 'IUICAN mrimfi ;.wi 'liU'E P.oaa II 0P7 Ce.tM.
Mary and Mr and Mr .
night May 7, at 7:45: p. m.'lnthe Gene Church of Union County on trIp
Sbelnhatcheo> on Sun-
school! gym. ', Johnson. Miss Hlgglnbotham1s ; Tuesday at 5:30:

The newly formed Glee Club Mrs.the Franklin daughter of Mr. and I I! PTA LAST Tllt'RSn\Y I day.Mr, and Mrs. K. L. Rogersof r @ @ JOOJ WSJo Sat., Sun.-May 8, 9-Special
will present a portion of the Hlgglnbotham The Brooker Junior High Dade City and Airman
I program Including vocal mu- and granddaughter of MI'. and I School PTA met in the school Butch Hayes visited Mr. and Show Time Sat.-10:00: 12:00.: 2:00: ) )
sic from "Mary Popplns." The Mrs. Doss Hlgginbotham Of I I
lunchroom last Thursday:
i T. Bass and Betty Ra-
Glee Club will be accompanied Maxvllle. I Show TimeSunday.-.1:0O.) 2:30:
night. A plaque to tx prese-nt.\\ bon I last weekend. .
Phone by Mrs. Carolyn Glass and Mm. Johnny Dovei was I I ed to Mrs. Joyce ,
Mrs. Janet'Dickson.A hostess at a Tupperware party her service and much help I VVWVyYVVyyvyyyyyyVyy9LAWTEY Admission 50c

i 9643965Florida special feature of the n.t her home Friday morning.I while she was here was shown I -

Concert will be the awardingof Refreshments) were nerved following to the PTA. A committee was )I SEE REAL LIVE ANIMALS
letters and special band the demonstration.Ed appointed by \Mrs. Ethel Bass. act just like they were people I IAT

awards. Treadwell' vps able to'' to nominate officers for the I
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I The Intermediate band return to his home Saturday ;i I coming year. These names will By tni DlancbxrdAAAAkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ: ,

Pest which includes members of from Duval Medical Center in''I be brought up at the next u :

the Elementary band of Ma Jacksonville where he was a I meeting, and officers duly I I '
: Control ''mle Agnes Jones Elementary patient for several days.' elected. Preceding the PTA DRIVE t-lU- T.
Mrs.! R. .W. Durrance of I Rrrrptlon Given For o-I'
School and high school beginning I ot&-V'
meeting, a program was pre :
Re., And 1\ln.
Starke-, former Mnxvllle resident I II&sru'yRow. i
band members, will sentfd to the parents and IN
I underwent': "nrnrv Frt-I Charles Harvey pastor'
.. friends of the students in the
I of thlt First Baptist Church of
school auditorium. A skit entitled I wJ1U
I Lawtvy and Mrs. Harveywere I
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"The Gingerbread! Boy"was Thursday Friday Saturday J9
honored with a reception
presented by Mrs. liarrell's 1
first and second grades.: j) given' by the church last Fil- I May 13-14-15 j Ir \ '
day evening at the home of
Selections on flute were given Mr and Mrs. Bryant E. Red OPEN 7:30: -SHOW TI.MK: 7:15ADMISSION" : I; GfftCIsland
by Mrs. Ellis' room with a I \
WHAt'MATTERS'WHETHER dish. Arrangements of white
flute solo by Brenda Baas. AJ I : .
typical' I school room day was gladioli! and other spring | ADULTS 73c; STUDENTS::' fiOc

portrayed by the fifth and eUI1 flowers(!". were used in decor- i' Children (I'nder 12 Free t- ... A>. COLOR J I t :

: sixth grades.' "This Land Is 1 A musical I t' v-9-: .....- ....- -4'..H
FIRE program was enjoyed
OR THEFT My Land" and "Ood Bless A.meI'I'a" -
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"were" rendered by the ] : during the evening with OPENING SPECIAL :
: LOST /S LO.STI' student body. At the conclusIon -, Miss Mary Alvarv of the at.. & ietiib.nj
of the program we werei( Hetlbironn choir, and Mrs. May 13-1M5; ,a i* ''io Sea a Je'al I r aI _abeg sp st

honored by the presence of1( Milo Smith as IIOlol t.. with
Judge Yawn of Starke. He Mrs. Joyce Futch at the piano DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
gave a talk on the reported ; .A. group of singers from Sun., Mon., Tues.- -May 9, 10, 11

vandalism that has occurred HellWonn, \'lth their accom- !

:: "- .- around the Brooker arla. fits pants t2ay Norman sang/ ITS COWBOYS BRONCS AND BABES!
.. The ImJ'Ortcm.thi. q!is to safeguard your speech was primarily directedto :! several' numbers, and Mr. I wit 1 ) ,
self-for only pennies a week-ttom'leed. the young people of the 'Mit" \Wells played' \ instrumental "

; less worry and loss! Keep your valuable area about the conduct and I I HPlrctioiis.Refreshments. ;' :

papers, Jewelry, securities and keepsakes the follow consequences In! 'case any that of would them wroxlinAt!! were 65 tnrsts.servedto I oLtP e9ti, .r.rl ;;

here in a convenient, bank-protected safe were involved in such 'incl- CIII'IKCH ACTIVITIES l

deposit box-safeguarded donti. Orace :Methodist' Sunday i1iHear-
against fare -- -..; \ ::-
; .theft, misplacement! and prying eyes. 'RECREATION MEETING: School 9:45: a. m. Worship. 1 :J l
- The recrer.tlon dep iinent 11 A m. and 8pm. Prayer ru ca.ras .
met Monday night of last Circle Monday 9 a. m. MYF -

.. week.' The committee consistsof Wednesday! 8pm. it .t .-.- .PANAVISION 1-QIW ;7iC; rorDfl
J. W. Kelly chairman; P'lr1'BapUat.- Sunday. _
.: Wfy rUk May1'. JUnl a tof--J.poH !box>> fort ToJayt Mrs Lucy Edwards. Secre School. 10 a. m. WOMhl! ;>. 11 Lta\ J''t WITS
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tary-Treasurer: and members a. 11and 8pm, Training
.. Miss Shirley G1''f'n.trs.' Theo Union. 7 p. m. Prayer Service' Plus .
Dyal.! M. D. Harrell. Mrs. Wednesday. 8pm. Family
Ruth Corl and Mrs. Flo Night, each! second and fourth WED., THURS..-MAY 12, 13
Quirk sail. The committee a* Tuesday! I i
greed to sponsor the little Church of God: :*-.>nday'], JEMYIEWKOftDQUY[ [IMA tUFT fS3

: FLORIDABANK boys softball team, directed by School. 10 a. m. Worship. 11 TDffiiBl-ROBEHTSOl-0
Ned Hicks[ and to purchase. a. m and 7:30: p. m. YP!:. ? D'B BRlflNACF.F.JGnT }

sonic of the equipment\ that 7:30: P. :M. Wednesday night ; DlIDi Y \

the bovs heed for their game --RoDert> Yates pastor -L\f ? J.

The Brook Junior High R. E. L**. O. Bunrarner. H. E ,
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School has been making tlt'l' Prtf' II. and S. C Harley at- or- ":'
One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group ''trips! recently1; On Tuesimy:! of tefl.d the Methodist Laymen's (H!.1. I:' := f"' nit 1= i '::"';:._ !f wma tiC! -
lint week the Sub through 8th District Retreat at Salvation :L'I..IillIlllCl.' ..._t\II.' "II!__!::.! is_ia54,____ Bc4in P Pdis! :
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hyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. April; April 17. 17 fire woman at BrooklynLake cleanIng Services HeldWednesday wvvYvvvvvvvvTvvvvvv'. Utility TaxAbandoned Keystone Charter Provides

oven overcome by gas ---- '- '---
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Bedford Lake; April 19. fire. For MELROSEBy 1 I'

Lake Oeneva; AprU 20, Auto

B, Mary K. Schaeffer Accident no injuries SR 21; I Mrs. Wiggins Sirs.\ Grant Roihhammei By Huntley I Voters Must OK

I April 21, emergency message ....... .. ...6.. ..
.aAsssnsssssnssa sas flktSASS-. from woman In Lake Geneva :Mrs. Ruby Register Wiggins Rep. Louis Huntley of Clay
husband had heart attack: BOY SCOUTS TO SEE
78. died at her
unexpectedly County announced Monday
Patty Shaullhne CarolI
auto accident Brook. home In Keystone Heights that he has decided affair
AFFAIR I I I Stevenson. Susan Bird Linda lyn Lake man and Members of Boy Scout
Monday night as the result of introducing a bill to levy a
On Saturday afternoon. May Anthony Margaret Pater. and Injured. an apparent heart attack. She Troop 109 wUl see a movie on to Airport
utilities tax In Clay County AuthorityAfter
1, the Keystone City Park was I, Dianne Alderman.The The Clay County Civil Defense was the wife of O. E. [lEd I forestry shown by Florida help meet financial Ids ot

the scene of a lovely May Day Queen and: her court has rescue units at Orange Wiggins prominent Keystone Forest Service personnel from the county school system.

program sponsored by the (and the audience: ] were entertained Park Green Cow Heights businessman and HollUter. at the Parish House I "I didn't get, the support for -

Keystone Heights Woman' I by various dancers. Springs and Keystone banker. tonight (Thursday! at 7 p. m. the bill that t had anticipated; conferring with the State Attorney General's slon agreed, saying. that "You

Club. and under the directionof First the Sugar Plum Fairy Heights available day or Born March 10 1897. she Scoutmaster Bill Erlckuon] from citizens and varlon office, ne}). A. J. Thomas Jr. announced yesterday: Just: as well stop now I If anybody

Mrs. William L. Reynolds Oena Massa-did a toe-ballet; night by calling Orange Park was the daughter of the late urges aU Scouts to attend this groups In the county," Hunt. that a proposed: bill, creutintc a Keyatone-Starke Air Li going to have veto

Sr.Mrs. and the little girls dressed as Police Dept.. :264-9612; Sher. Mr. and Mrs John Beaure. Interesting program. The ley said in announcing his de. port Authority would have to be approved by the power"over the Authority's actions. -

Fremont Tolles was flowers did several numbers. iff' office, Oreen Cove gard Register pioneer settlersof Scouts meet: Thursday night cision. voters of Keystone Height in a referendum .

commentator and narrator There were rose-buds, violets. Springs. 284-3379! ; and Keystone Clay County. She was a each week and new members The Clay Keystones charter crohlblts The consensus was that
County -- -
rcprscn.tative -
and the action waa set to the Mignonettes and daffodils In Heights 473-4260 or lifelong resident of Clay are always welcome. saul also that It would any stile, least, I for longer I Governor on recommendation "the Keystone Council wants

music of the Nutcracker Suite. the group. U3. *I. Any and: all units County and lived In Oreen niJPLICATE BRIDGE require a constitutional amendment thlUtlve yeuis), abund n- of ti>e four cooperating governing the! Authority to have complete -

Queen of the May. Nancy Laurie Beam was cast as are available to the cltlsens Cove Springs before novlng Winners at Melroso Duplicate to be voted on merit, or gift of city-owned: bodies Each bouro control of the Airport

Klngsbury. and her Prince. Marie the child who ventured of Clay County In any'emer.. to Keystone Heights with her Bridge. Club for last week statewide lit order to approve land1.thout a vote of the I would hove the control of nppolntjnent as far as they can go," and it

David Bonner occupied the Into Fairyland. and saw gency. family some 35 years ago. include the following: Mrs. the spend tax and ft vote )people.A of two members was left up to the legislative"
throne on the raised platform, the Queen crowned by the Civil Defense Director Ray She was a member of the Roland Bryan and Mis. R. N. couldn't be taken on the a- decision to move forward except the Keystone Heights delegation to work out th.;,,

with their court around them. Prince as Queen ot the May Chance will leave by auto on Community Church of Keystone Livingston, first place: Mrs. tnendent before November with; creation of a two-county Council! which would have' necessary legislation for this

Crown bearer was Joyce and of his heart. May 8 and be gone till MAJ Heights. and the Orderof Ray Backer and Mrs. WalterJ. 196.. Airport Authority was made thiee! apv )lntmiM>ts. The purpose. ",

Moore; Page boys. Martie Dar- Mrs. Reynolds thanked 24. attending: the U. S. Civil Eastern StarSurviving Oroltck. second place; Mrs Hiintlej nad .'pvlous":} announced at a meeting held here! Friday councils anal commlsuloa- Keystone Council Cliatrma&Bill

den and Kenny Bonner; Flow. everyone for coming, and Defense Conference I Commit besides her husband Paley Boyd and Mrs. C. MM.8On. his plan to Introduce tight,
er girls Toni Baker and Karen thanked those who had work tee assignment Industry -Jid are five daughters. Mrs. third place; Mrs. O. M. a bill placing a five to ten of the SUrke atvl! KeyStone mfinbors fur Authority positions 'a two-county Authority to administer -*

and Oretchen Newman. ed on the programs and with facilities 1 at Washington D Hugh Wilson. Jr. Lake City; Allen Jr. and Mrs. Ray St a roes per rent tax on utllltlen In Heights City Council, or could recommend" the airport had beeffl'"

Tommy Bird and Steve Shack. the dances etc. C. In cas* of any emergency Mra. Dan Davenport. Oreer. and Mm M. r. Mehllng Clay County. He said thiswould and Clay and Bradford County others If they choose Members 'recommended by the Federal, .

leford served as ushers The stage was constructed William Beam. Jr., Deputy Director S. C.; Mrs. Samuel McCord. and Mrs. P. D. Schneider, tied distribute the tax loud Conimts.tlons. Rep A.T would be appointed tot Aviation Agency and that this,
by t A. E.: Anthony of Clay of Civil Defense In for fourth place. plan of had worked{I'I'surcrasfully '
day operation
Maids of the Court were Rochester. N. Y.; Mrs. WIl. ani would not cost the average I Thomas Jr. was the only staggered! tertm, and wouldn't1ie
Deanne Davis. Kerry Shackle- Electric. and by Don Pang- County will be available. :liam Ooodloe Staunton Va.; MKI.KOSE WOMAN'S: (".....0 homeowner more than member of the Legislative I. without pay in other at'eastnotably

ford. Janet Kaufmann. Debra born of the Keystone Lumber 'Telephone him at Keystone I and Mrs. Allen Hejulley. Car- Winners In the essay con. $25 A yearSpecial delegation attend ing. He said Sarasota and Manate

Xirursbury. Diana IWen. Pam Co. Heights- 47343O4.LIBRARY .. mel. Calif.; two sisters Mrs. I teat sponsored by the MelroseWoman's PTA meetings wore he had discussed the matter The power Authority to condemn would, haveUia and Counties.KEYSTONE. 4

Anthony Kathy Andrewsen Music and public address TEA Ray Geiger and Mrs. Belle Club were: High held throughout Clay County with Rep Louis Huntley of
the! right to Issue
revenue! ocr
Sara Lou O'Connor' Debbie system was furnished by Oeor-, WELL ATTENDED Ivey Green Cove Springs; anda School first prize: Linda last Thursday nliiht for the Clay County, and Sen. Charley tubules, secured only by lion.

Dey Terri Henderson. Terrl ge Mama of Clay Electric. Art The Keystone Heights l LIbrary brother John Luther Register Price; Sncond prize Marlene purpose of dUiruvIng" critical E.: Johns and that they would
on proceed front the
Davis Christy Newman. and I work on the programs' was held open boWIe In the Atlanta. Oa. Also surviving Odom. In the elementary school needs and urgingmembers join him In Introducing the without Airport
Sally Brannan-all as Junlot done by Mrs. Miller Wrinkle. Library building. on Thursday, are II grandchildren and: school Toby Duel won first to contact legislators necesNiiry legislation& any Drive-In Theatre
Its real It .
Maids. Senior Maids Grounds etc.. were' patroledby Apr. 29 In observance of National two great-grandchildren. prize Bryan Stanley second asking them to property was eniphuilsiM -
were / provide necessary As outlined at Friday'smeeting
all Sat. 8
that Frl. 7
existing contracts -May ,
prtae. and
Carol Waren. Patricia Wrin- Scoutmaster Steve Moore Library Week and of Funeral services were held Helfrlch fund for school < the bill would auth at the Alrptj.tolild
and the Boy Scouts of Troop the first anniversary of the at 3 p. m. Wednesday In the third prise. orbs a nine-member authorityto
remain In effect.
103. Mrs. Edna: Williams of transfer to the! new building Community Church with thesstor The contest was conductedIn the
TREE U. S. GOVERNMENTBOOK .felrose A great number of art effort to stimulate In-' manage Keystone Ail'pol.t dlncuiuilntf. ( whether or -
I furnished the flowers; personaattended IA.. C. Holt officiating. -
Moore treasurer. promote its Industrial -
ON HEARING AIDS Mrs Alma Frost was In and signed the guest Eastern Star rites preceded -' tereat In cleaning up and The and not! the City of Keystone

"1IearIn.. Loaa Hope Thru charge of box office: and Mrs. book visited and browsed the service and Inter beautifying. the home' school discussion of Integration.. of the of Melrose possibility -- Appointments aeronautical to potential the Authority Heights should vest title to
Research" George and enjoyed the coffee and and community May U nationally the All port \lit the Authority
Schaeffer of publicity. ment was In Hickory Orove RICHAKD?
School waa by wouki be made by the
Write punch and cookies observed by or- opened! ({I'p. Thomas said that this!
or Call CIVIL DEFENSE served! ] Cemetery at Green Cove II many Fred. Younir principal and BURTON
GainesviUeHearing REPORT FOR APRIL from the attractive refreshment Springs..yyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyvyvy.. ganlaatlona aa a time for was the crucial point! of thenegotiation ,
directed by panel) comoonedof .
cleaning and a Ohio. anti that the PETER
table. In the center of up Improving
Aid Co. The following calls were the table was' a cake with one I . I one. Burroundlngs. The Club Harvey Finn. Itev Paul Mrs. Ray StrlrkUnd' and Authority would bi Ineffective cnooLEHALWALL1S'
made or assisted In by your Watts Rev. Jean Chance.! Rev
80 N. Main GaJoeavUIe candle for the Library buildInC" members hope that this (contest children of Palatka visited herparents miles." It had absolute control
Clay County Rescue Units In Olan! Wilson Dr James! Neale, Mr and Mrs. C P to out Us decisions I
178-0095 first birthday. Refreshments I may be helpful In bring carry
April. In addition to their re- ,INDIAN BEACH Ed Simmons Gilbert Rerd. {
f ular training: had been furnished byP'rlt'nds Ing attention to the need for James!! Price and Priest Perry Perry and other relatives lost T J. Jennings. Jr. attorney HECKETAim:
of the Library. I united effort in this'" direction.ST. Thursday. for the Clay County Commis .
April 9. a Fire at little Lake II The room count was won by
Mra. Nixon Butts of Orlando
Mrs. Bee Cooper was presented I (Lake Santa Fe) I WII.UAM-S curnriiThe
Keystone: April 10, a boy with Mrs. MrOrath's fifth grade!
MURRHEEInsurance .lth a lifetime membership Installation of officers and MI'.. W H Lee of Lake
broken ankle. SR 100; April of the- Friends of the NFL Jack F. Miller S,. for Bt Edward's, St. Wil and by Mn. Holden's tenth Duller vlnlted Capt and Mrs I
10. parachute jumps at Keystone grade. Mra. Jackaon'a
John S. Lee recently.Mrs. .
Agency Library. llama and at Mary's Altar !
Airport- one man for grade Enrichment Class displayed .
6..6..1 Societies will take place In I Meda Wilkinson of for
I a
Mrs. Lawrence said that
htad Injury one case of sunburn work done In their
General Insurance Do wonder where I
you ever St.. William's Church Hall on (Valn, Mr and Mr. 1eatrGray .
Tuesday. Wedneaday Thursday
; AprU 1 2. search for two' : class. during the
FIRK. C\ I''LTT M.\. and Friday" of Library so much new. comes from in Sunday, May 9, at 3 P m. year aivl aon, Mike and TcnStrifcofHet !
small' boys: April K. fire at. Mra bcehomemaking \
this little speck of the world Stephenson and .
ArTO-BON1MKevntnn Guest speaker will be Father Kenneth Malcolm of Jacksonville .
KeI..t.f ." -.7"ft Spring Lake; April K. auto. Week a high school girl from Well have to become class. were hos- and .' .
I. you \ William Oodrey, pastor otDl.ct Jimmy Ricky your Sight on a
KHH3 had helped In the Li
accident. 8R 21. four Injured; I brarya. different girl each "news conscious." For In Trinity. Pariah Ooala. trsmM during the, social hour. Roundtrve, Carl Frank" 1101-) L i
-- -' There was a large crowd pre In
I Olnny 1t&'C.'eIut( Thursday after- EPISCOPAL.. CIIVRCIIThe land. Kim Chrlsteiunn and worth-white goal
day, including l Campbell sent.
I Carol Btephenson. Lola noon our six 1 year old Joan r District Three. meetingof Sandy drayson of Gainesville v' : Ill.. Then (like a
Ma Zenith SENIOR: BETA CM'n : ,
Frigidaire 'tag and .
In the house ..
Hague and Carol Wol!.. cam flying J the Episcopal: ChurchWomen r Climaxing their year's spent the weekend with Mrs I ,*L- '
asked "Mama do you want Nell Houndtree. On Saturday bowler I ,
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NEW YORK: CITY -waa held Wednesday, vltl.... the Senior Beta p 1 good<<' )
Motorola Heaters she la .
Seigler amine news? ISee even Cedar Key A talk they all attended a plcnta din.
3D. at
making for the annual :4
conscious I I answered and swimming Mrs follow |
news Columbus. ner throuah'j
given by Sinter |j
The boys and girls of the was Btate Convention May I-
Fedders her in the afftrmailve and she | Oray'a homo at Lake Ski.Terrace .
Kings CUss of I IMS will depart Mrs. R. P. Ibm ., president. "' of 10. which will 'be held In Or. with a consistent. I Iprojfram
exclaimed. "We are gonna get I Tb%.... presided at themtetlng on Oeorge'a Lake
from W.ldo..n Tueadayafternoon. tjlalr; lando for the tint time with
baby birds! They have Ralph Hook lIOn of Dr and I
I II 1 to to !some Lunch was servd by of
May go the
Headquarters at Cherry ,
YEOMAN'S Sales & Service Mew Tort City and theWorld's built a nest In the old Cadillac the Episcopal Church Women. Plaza Hotel. Mrs. Cecil R Hook has been s

I" She explained she did MelroM members attended promoted to Major II..IA savings'. geared !
Fallyla the Silver Ten Debate! elected to -
MELROSE PH. 475-2371 not know If It was "!mpoo.r.dant" repreSent teaching American, history inROTO
Metl'Or."I1la 1s the big event
the Melroae Club are: to
enough or not. for news. at Wake Forest CollegeIn your
they have been working for PTA Jean Lively Sara Baldwin.Dlan .
the plAt few Chaperone but you can see this just goes The fourth regular meetingof Wlnaton-Halrm, N. C objective. You
years. Minion, Barbara WI'''
"Quality and Price"ANTIQUES to show you this column ls heldon Mrs. Martha MacKnachle, .
will\ be Mrs Lena Cle- the Melrone PTA was ion t. Carson Jolintry. Kenneth ,
EVEN!: for the birds I and her alstrr. Mrs. Rarle 5. can't miss!
I (Continued on raCe 14)) I Monday Apr 2H. .t a p. m. Tomlinson. Robert Me-
Mr' and Mrs. _W 8. Brink- In the school auditorium with Oulre. Kenneth Outhrle. David Rice, are visiting. In IWrmiulaMrs.

Icy of Jacksonville were down Harvey Finn president presiding Drantley. and Bobby ft O Holland, and Mrs.

over the weekend. They are J. C. Holland of Norfolk. Va
lldenour They will be acrotnpwnlM ._ % :
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS beginning to ponder plans on The program Included In. by their sponsor and Mrs. Clara !)avls., of Jack .- __ j4r

moving down and ataylng on stsUatlon of officers for the Mrs. Donella. I olden( soitvllle are visiting th-lr

the lake Many of you know I next school year and a discussion / Paul piTKllrton won the brother and slster-ln-Uw. Mr
folk and will be desecration I and Mra. J H. Ilrlttnn.
these good of UM possible
srw-aktnff content, at the sub-- "urI/ winning ".' rej: open a savings'" account
DIRECTORY Interested In their plans. of Melhool.. Freddy Fredlcksson ann of
district meeting In Hunncll her . then keep U on-thc-grow!
We regret we have lost Mr I Officers for the l WS-4M Sara. Baldwin a Junior, rmahM Mr' and Mra Jlmml Price.

and Mrs Hoyt Junklns as .I school year areMrs. Gilbert >neOtMt tat the. aummrr I left Haturday" for Port Jack

neighbors. They have! returnedto Reed president: Bd Simmons, session';; ;;- at Stetson-Univ"ralty son. B. C KEYSTONE STATE BANK.Memhrr

!AUTO SERVICE VHRSERY Illinois to their home thereThey \ vke-prealdent.; Mrs. Ovid .- \ Martha Scott a wmlor has I Jean Hutu Is home after a

were not sure of their secretary; and Mrs. W. C.: awardfrom brief stay In Alachuu. Ooncralllonpltal
/ Scholarship
won a 1500 I'.IU.C.) Keystone Height' r'l.i."Your .
The Martin's Place D.C.Carnes NurseryHlwsy return to Florida but It U our -I I Britannica .
Hlway 21 bttwern Mslrose TERRELL'SGulf 100. FVonhotn*-21M11 guess that they will not bot II horns out since moving to pedU Great Books r.ncyelo-I Mr and Mr. Roger hug Friendly Hank In Your Friendly

and KeyatoneANTIQUES : .. BE: of BtarkN much: longer than the August I Orlando Mr and Mrs Mike rt.It4U"I.N! spent the weekend at Jack ('on.tnl"nUyo I

Service .n Block Thouasnds return they. plan. I Adams are the new lessors The Hill Reunion. was "held somllle' Uoach
ry Mr. and ),(rs. Nick Simons i and welmm thU young 2. at Camp OIma '
of flints it Fruit we" Sunday' Apr
rsr.n: FBUT 'R ITnu: NEW FRED' TIREA Tress to chooM from. Kto of Gainesville have moved out I couple to our midst Bwlmmlng. and a bk"l
KKLL. TRADE!: "summer shack"! aa
Kliad Tr-. : to their I glad to give you this lunch was enjoyed by all
I"ft'I am
*' .
Tru worth wlthntAnds tisTi.t Si L*rx1r*p. PUnta. AH .la I they refer to It Nick will \ report "Uncle Charll Mr and Mrs Jsrne J AUTOSupermarket
of Tlm.- From II 00 All 8'lass where
Up Oal/iesvllle
CVnw Muitidaysrl1nr La...........'rss.. container plant any. oomnvuU to with the Htste Road I Strandbrc la now at home. I and daughters of C & C MOTORS
time. Camellias sa J..* he works II. was released.. last Thursday j Tampa were /guests of fur and t
': 4732415ArI'I,1ACEs
OPEN 7 A.M. T.30lllgh : PM.Ray. Let us do your 1a.nd.<-.ptnC.; I In. Dr-partJlll'n"-"f'n If only for ] On Haturday. their I Mrs Cecil It Hook ,rwnlly"

I .*4-544 N I..... aad, the past. 40 yean. Q-ut i I'"< his Mrs T(>n Hpurlork
; .._ .. "s-u. to talk with. youngest' arm Paul. and I Mr and 1..t.1I, I In, Downtown Keystone< Height On Illway 100
I I guy family' and their good friend. and son heft Wfdiwaday for

REAL ESTATE Virgin says she Intends to ( Jo* Fryer all of Jacksonville. i Albany. Ohio to spend the
T V Service Center HENDERSON'SService catch. up with her sewing- and ;II visited. the Atrandbf'na. Th'non I North Central Florida's Only Auto SupermarketFor

J. R. TIHK.H. Pn 0rV4 r ,0Wr. O.traOyMl .Issat- i Irarnlrvg new ways to iron a Hunday.; their eldent son) MlmfTuevand Mrs luke Wilson"

A.tJI<<1..s. Motorola Plulea Center ; I 8*. Hath, K. DR shirt! They plan to be out !I Charles and:! his family, also 'I of Oreetiville spent Friday.

Sales and .ornr. rliimt smrrh( ftmtntl i here .tf'Let\ until July 1. | of Jacksonville\ \ came for a with her parent Mr and All Current Year
(IWn-.... On Alt MAMTV air conditkminc. I Anything
Standard 00 Product. heat, Mrs. ... 0 Baldwin of Faith| short Visit While Mr Btrandlutg Mrs Kamesl Crawford on
R%r>IO ftTEACO ...
large r m r seal Church Klndergarfn -
Presbyterian each and MelrtweU !
1 Iowa TVWork ROAD HER VICE f .jfr.m.4. a a 41 TwIt wishes\ to remind aU1' everyone.U proud he to U are till quite I Lake* JI r.: Hmindtiw CfOlf''d In YourTRUCK Makes & Models
Cu&rantM4-.TV Rentals .
K'7- Height 471-4CS1 Johnson Outboard: i !rn>r.ted. person of th* wrsk from this 14 day stay In his 69th blrthdsy on April I..t, t I.4'- Than I 100 Mile

8 *. A BrrteTarkl Realtor Spring Registration Day It | Bradford, County Holt; Bo | 28 at a family dinnerMr NEEDSFrom

Air Conditioners S.E.McKay, has been set for Wedneaday send him your best "aarda.I< I and )Mrs Henry IJ*'nl>y

FhhU.C IVu.U.grel..sosat.TraU.r. KEYS-TONE! : HETGHTSPhon May 1 19. from 9 to 12 o'clock but save a nice long visit a have. moved> l to Orlando after

10% Above Oust 4TS-4I14 Children eligible for kindergarten little longer please lie can spending! two. nv>nU>* at the ]1.2 Ton 6 Cyl.

(Installation etrmWaatier i OOr-KEROBKNU: | must be 4 or I by Dc -- tame rheerlna: up Catnn. cottage ,
n.'EL u*
Other Dealers'
...l.r*>.4 T-V. Mrs Baldwin: hopr Tirwniwn'lJr
II with T
JtESTAHRABeidler's 'mbrr We had a nice visit' Mrs William Short Wheel Baseto
R.rgfa.w's'- FHn i atrrV Intersection Hwy, 31-lot) 1 w see many of you there on our neighbors tonight. They and daughter *f JacksonVlll -

** With evb.WHEELER'S. KeyMos. HetfMs( 4TS-4*07 Holiday this date. are Mr and Mrs Herbert ". 'U visiting\ hT p r.nU.Mr "Last Price" To Us

I Mrs' Edna. Klnehen and Mr>s. Randy and Lisa who and Mr L *4.0cc
Restaurant I PHBles are InJackaon"'u. .. Price And We'll Beat Itl!
Mrs Buy have moved into the former Mr and Mrs Oorg
Discount Store BEAUTY SHOP Fin Fond :Mwtoratrir, Pvtesd I ., Brh with their cottage of the L o Hills They. and children are! visiting, his 2-Ton V-8 Dual

n,twMi Mrlr*** k.w..o. OPEN 7 DATS WEEKLY: grandsons. Ronnie and JeTTY bull from San Mate? Mr I fstha'r( Col O 8 Price onflnt Just Ask The Folks

OIL 5.jn 'f"JlO'IIF. rail Dtmwr r..--.- p-rbles.. The boys' mother Mile;) U with Hu4on PaperOsnpsiW. I; Fe Bhorr Wheel 4-Speed Jobs

Airro REPAIR SUPERIORBu.Tee Ala> Canoo-I.allaa r..... Mr O >rge P..bles, has had and Mrs Mile. Walter P...rhail of Jup UTU Who Tried Us!

Salon BF.ER: : minor surgery In Jacksonville.. plans to attend the Universityof vUlUtur. his aunU. MUM* 49's thru 65's

Goetzman. Bros. 1 Bfax-k North of P.4KETHTONB Light and has transferred to Portsmouth Florida Randy'U In the Annie and Addle 1 Iff

HEIGHTS Va Navy Hoopltal for fourth grade and Use U in ] The MethodIst' Church srrv-

Garage 8pKiaJlsUi I la J, major surgery so that Contmano th> aoond. The children are ... a dinner Sunday nwht at

REPAIR 'WORK ALL FORHA OF BEACTT" USED CARS >r P.....ble, will be close ,, none too happy with the the Keereallonal building See Us First! Full Factory Warranty

MOTOR BODY PAJNTTNOPORTABLK CTI.TVRB Hanka Used Cars at hand W* wish Cleon every mov. bolt they perked up A l lInen INrIr fir was held
WELDINOAkw good wish in the world with! when Indian arrowhead and ftaturdar in JsrkaanvUl: for

Law Mawits. .OatWartl TlnUnc o.tnc'B1MdtlltCcuu..c and3TShopRiayS.UTrd. '; this trip curio were mettUonMl! We'' Miss Triadic Faye Morris Mrs

M..... Naturally Oirly Hair We undentarwl the T DWtOddor hope this nfc family cnmm IUrmr1 Morris and Ml*. MarIan /II We Haven't Got It --- We'll Get It!

Hwy -21 Key en* Heofpu Op.*i sxaa. T* S p.**. S I>.y* >t J I IHiwsr *. Jr were )her over to .lov. this area sj much as Fredrtrkwon attendMr -*! I

Neat to DrPv.Ia Phsat Ann S By Appointment Only 100. I mL Bo.UI the weekend staying In the| w* del' and Mrs.' Max TtmnvmA)

rVMM .Ts-a IMrflt Citrus Av. R ar Co-op of mark camp of the senior Whiddons. The OrltHnj' report no news' and daughter rtsltrd" her ON-THE-SPOT BANK FINANCINGBRADFORD

A Ban.! 4TS-S1U IC.y. H<*c1IU 47J-U3O Pbon 67J.Cns J The young WbfeVtons ha'. this w.e<<. except that Roy mother, Mrs B*..l.> Temples

leased. their beauUful lake (ConUa. d on Pace 14)) of Wajhlngton Court lJouaoII.I .

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._.. .f Taxoa
;N.: pr.1,11.11, A.*.a< .* Tax_i Nw! : ..* toil:
...... rrY9
r...... elating me around Hamptonwere surgery at Bradford: County
I .
I of lead a T'" A Owfr pd, teSI: r taad
1AJ Wendy HU1. Deborah #Hospital Starlce last Friday. I IJjfr
I 877- Coinm .at SW 4 ;" s II T---.NJC: m ..of ,
Hill and Elizabeth Jones and .Mrs. J.L..Bparkman
HAMPTON 'or 0 filii) ,: .*. of of )*W'I. Rx:
USA CARTER HAS and! S. family moved/ .llt JVKV4 lion K ,Hone; In HW Cor ft ',,,.
,. BIRTHDAY PARTY week to their newly built \ H... Lin. tin Ft for 1-A In NW' Cor :

By Mrs. D. E. IIIU Little Lisa Carter, daughter home east of Hampton. ,Mr. I'Oll 210)then Ft. H N 43n 4-0 (li't.KtK Bn Oor f Kx 1-A 'In ( : L. Vamea 74.S3

lsWeatrt, >! Phone <4681160ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA< of Mr. and Mra. William Carter and Mrs. Laaaeter and familymoved W 210 Kt to POH 12 7 21 Metric E 8t rllr. 13.74 1710-EIAof': W ..
9231 n'4 or NWU; .t i l' of NF.': '. of IIW : '
was guest of honor at a :: last :weekend from the
of 8BU 21 7 :11 10 Jo. ph U Oran 10.27: of N'B" -
her first! birthday CnaetaJn house on Navarre ,
party on ;
9110--4r,.n, on W Hid t7111-Tom at BW
led Monday. Apr. 26. at the Carter Ave. to the home vacated by of Rrt 200 on Mt .' 4': : ; of Dlaa Lot 7

Tora'Iry .1.1 E. AI>KINS' MARK home. theBparkmans.. Hide t of Hv: In $- Lawtey A: Run
W' of NKV: t on Hen Line to II MdlK
<'tilT; II ANNIVERSARYMr. Refreshments of cake Ice Mrs. Alma Dyal Is living In \ Run. W 11/6/ Ft, 'a8IX Stnft, H 4011 Fl, Jr. 13 IJ

: and Mrs. J. E. Ariklna cream and punch\ were servedto Hampton in her house trailer ft Ely 17 Ft to POB Ex th. : :

thi of Hampton celebrated their the moved Into town recently from To till N 237 Ft to t.A Ft. 1 : \ .
seven children and adults -
POB Fit ll/W 24 7 21 1 D.. L. Tnoniaa 31.71 \7U-NW' of N I
bot\\ >18th wedding/ anniversary on occal'llon.I the Horace: Dyal farm near of NW' "
present for the 1018 I -Lot 4 of Hlk 12 lot I!: '
3*' Faster Sunday. April} 18, with BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR Hampton.Mr. A I Lot a* Orre : t74.1; -rf4Wof Sf ", '
I In 1 tiers Hk 84 J'* It' of VK'k Kx':. 1 1-A
lto.At'Af four of their children presentfor CHUCKIE COX: '7 and Mrs Olenn McIntosh 1V5 In Uraliam Louie' Dempsey" 5.23 SK ('nr
Btarllnr 1034)! )
. ? the occasion. I Chuckle Cox. son of Mr. and are adding;, 'a porch to 1023- 'tot .4 of nik \711I._> N 2SO) Ft
" It.'C They were married In Law- Iau1e D,nijJ"cy 17.0' Hl''i nf Nt.; '.
Mrs. C. R. Cox. celebrated hli their home In.Hampton..W. 1 m 1 A : ,. 414
i.>:v on April 18, 1897 in aiinpli .sevent.h : Blade to 1 1I94( ..-vll 8\V''. 'W" fIllver 8W'4
birthday with a M. was takfn All Wit of KB Cor ,
PortCIJUI ,' home ceremony and I party at Hampton town .hall> Bradford County Hospital In NW!, ""I..r River 19 4 23 100 W. II. Edward. Jr. 71.10 17/5-.\- 1- In : '

Imve spent all their married I flit-NW-. E ot )Ul1 *- Cnr of N SSO' TyeDn)1' 471
Saturday afternoon. Apr 24. Starke Monday for_ treatment. I 1 ao .4 :23 40 N:; H. Eds'srdi: Jr. 4.S: 14 lie,4 of NIC"" :

roee Jives In Bradford County. Mrs. Approximately 20 were present Mr. and Mi' Milo Merrill IIOIJ-l.ot.1' 4 In NK" I 552 8 M 1. Prcax-ut Et. I8.GII IIIE',. ..

Mal Aclklns, nee Pency Andrews for the games, prizes of' Hawthorne were Sunday It/l--iota no 82 I III nit- B'i nf ))' "

Hal' celebrated! her 84th birthday gifts and refreshment of irisltom! at the home ofMr.. Woodlawn" ,Kx: R/W 11 5 12' 14 Jataea.H." Eunlc 78!! 1713 of-Nil"4.KCH' of of NK'4. \ :

nun April 13 the week before, and cake punch and eai ,1IeL and'\Mra. V J. Blade. Avery 1,n-A.- Lot 6 of\\".HlkT of of lit:>* : William S,*t

ed 'Ur. Adklns Is 91. SURPRISE PARTY filad of MAXvlile also visited 1 1'WI.y Klnt Ml,*, BJllri.jr. 91.11 l 11IS-A W'<* of ':
Kv !
NW. of
Of ,
Athat Here for their parents' an"llvf'rsnry Mrs Paul L. Estes. wife of them during" the r afternoon. 13)4-1414\ of lot n Kl lot 300' K .A !

were Mr. and Mrs the pastor of Hampton Baptist !Mr. and. /Mrs Donald Slade I I of Illk Ky 9 'lot Ltt.Hty" belnifAgprux Wof by 837' N II. .

meta P D. Adklns of Dundee Mr Church was honored with and family visited Mr. and | !lUll' by 1 1110' Hiram W. Bennett 4.71 17SS-R Our -of 1 W Lot 4 of In D. Sue II4

8 .ir>d Mrs. C. E. Adkins of a surprise birthday party Mrs.- Vernon Slade and family I 111)--WV\, of Lot X "li ..of XW 4 of
to Howling! Green Mr. and Mrs. 4 of BlU R IIILMWtay i, 110' K W "' <
i Wednesday evening Apr. 28, at Olen St. Mary's Satur- W uf Ily Mary Calla D. 1 j :.
The P W. Kelly of Winter Haven after prayer meeting at the \",: e"ul1.'t 7.01 by 827.NaB ': / D. Su. ti 01

ell f :'ml(\ Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adikhu church. day.Mr.. and Mr. Footer Hayes ,. 130-/Lot 7. of w Hilt II I,. J801AA.of t>K Cur of SO' ';
In La.* toy of,
:tete of Hampton; and their Refreshments of cake and visited :relatives In Lakeland Hv Kx KH: Wi\, ./ft, N 10'. W ) '

.., i lure" dauiht2i3 and their punch were served to. those. Saturday. nf Lot T Ulk 9 w' Edward L*. May n.19 H 100',. E 100' t
imilies. Mr and Mrs. Joel 1391 l-- Lot S of Hlk 1011 .11 '.41
iIIl'l'1 l .
Mr. Mrs. .
present. and M. L. Watter-
9 In '...wt.., W of 11Si.AH.a In \
butpro :hnilth; of Jacksonville: Mr. PERSONALS flon' visited Mr. and Mrs. Donald !ItV 1 Es::. W 4j. & KS Cor of lot 38 :

.iII I Mrs. Calvin Richard otncnla. Mr. McMahone. Daytona of lot 7 Hlk %> Audrey, E Ma*>*r 18.21t US' for POP .
and Mrs. Williams
Howell .
2 .i 140' N 100' W
I. ,
lift*-Iota I.,
and Mrs.\. <
and:1': :
wo \ are the parents of a Beach Wednesday! to Friday I ink 13 In LawteyW C .H 100', to Poll '

Emory Prevatt of SLal'u."OFT 'on, Howell Monroe Jr., borni .last week. They, visited in of Ry t I. Wayn 11:. Mjiy 17 44 -
*. 4, 7 1837-Iota 44
NEWS 11(47( -'lota
ALL i I Sunday May 2., at Bradford Cedar Key Tuesday, and Mrs .t of Hlk 12 In L.w-. 41) .aV 43 a Fey' Lao to 41
Hampton won one game County Hospital in Starke. Gladys Newmaoter of ..A4lcan.o I jay W of Kv 4. g .1'';. K.: Macany. 1 1'.71 Iota Bl "ill

.''lId! lost one last week in the visited 14UAW.. 100' of Winxlliwn., :
Lamar Brown underwent pr them here last .\ 1140-A -l-A 81 :
_a. 4-t_ Lof 8 of 'Bill 23 In
olthall League. leaving wek.WOTtCM <
In LaIry W of I NW. Cnr' of Lot
]loss( 2-wln standing so far for I Ily Erie li. Phillip 14,11 '|ID Woodlawn
the season.! Noegel's won 12-2 OP! TAJ!. BALK 1439; -8 3144,
Lawtey W of Ily14M :
Thursday Woodlawn :
ovrr Hampton In
iiirht, then turned around and : :>(nnnn.t Ir lipro-l.v""'ke.g\Vfn, \('UBITf that: the"tat dy -State Jf1K.orWafntiI.MV -f W of vf.Blk of Ry 18 .. Uattla Carter I.U I IKl-A-S 133* nf '
Lul-TMlfV. ?. '"""for-l-', In lAWtey I of HW-4 of ;*. er. IS 14
loll 10-12 to Hampton Friday. the !,. will h. sold< on ""* to'1' *'""* d..rlb..cI. land to 1449--Ola* Lot 7 KxK : '. of NK,! : .. l
amount due for ttntm herein net San Ft In LawtryW
oppoelte tli
) :
This week's games are with tether with nil ro.t of " 113=: Tote I, T,
Brnoker on Tuesday night, ".. I.rlpG"n.. |411-Wti Of lot 10- .. .....1.111.
< reSal of T..... Lawtey. B of '
End Florida Pest Control at ... l I.*.l. I T R Ow.* and (;* 1. A y/R Joyce B. Spell 2421II IU ."- Beg at
7 ':tn p m. Friday. Tuesday Cor lot In V. .
ion-All 54'4' of NKH. 1444- Lot 1 8/D of :
'it": xi week Hampton plays Na- W of Ilranch Ex '. lot 18 'In Town ..tLawtey ,1lle Run N : :
R K: 105', H 106'.
inial Oas at 9 p. m.CNCER 20J-H 811 12 4 20 Ut6 OelDr"n 0. 11.1.. 124.26 ] K of Ky V. J. B.rlir It}'. to POB ::

( : CRUSADE Com at HK 1i1I1ILift 2 In Bile 187-lor. IU, 11. .
Cnr of NI5U of _' 1 1* In Lwtey E: of '.1 ; 110-HRW: of :
H. cancer crusade WW14; Run Wly Harry Kittle 0.11 IIW"", A,
113316' to R Ity' of ... Jr. tl 34
was! nearly completed Monday IS03 One lot 100 Ft" .
of KK G ItU-Nrr. of
881, M 84V :
274 Ft tiN
',> tli more than $45 collected POH. W 18D4.BV, K Ily of -NWI4 Kx :
8W Coroflot
*. H In
Jot V ISAO,' 111' W. 'In NB Cor ':
this areal 17 Kx B 17
All'area chairman for 28.'34', N .115 U', Ft In Lawty .m ,of .r 1168.Rev .-t .........* II.4T'i
K: 1320', H 830'' 'P- -. 1 1' ', cumber. 12 uf Ni.4 of : / I
lltimpton I'd like to \\expiess OU 20 RY Itun t K: ,480' to
|3 a : .
,0 Mol-CAn.' -\ "
1610 Com at SW R/W. Hwy 801. :
mv appreciation to. all those 167-HW I. of flWM! Tank Lin: .. Inc. 118.19 Cor of lot IT" l Iv on W R/W '' '" :
who gave, and to thone' whoA of W14 a2 AIn : .. ... Run N 84 Ft M 140Kt W 78V, r 31 11' .. All.. tl,47
8W: Cur for a POB the: l rOil '
01 ked on the house-to-house of 8W 4 of 12 Southern .
: oil ft .
WU Fix R/W "T 20 Hun N .148 Ft M IOn H5J-A-Tom at
'iinvawi., Mrs. Frank: Clark 283- lot Ii of Blk 1 Chemical! Co. T2.14 "Ft. H 34$ Ft W ton ."v. <'..r .of BW,4 : '

li Hampton Lake, and\ 8S. In Ward City I 1 20 Mr. L. A. Green. ft tu POB In LawMid IIlat NKU' of AWti :::: Cummin0.. 11.47
( it tey m of Ry 80', 'aj" 40', for :
38(1( -Lnta 1 I. 2. 8 of ,
h Uomt Inc. U.78 fl 100'. W 40'
TIIE RIGHT POINT for the Hlk S In Ward City ft 7 10.. Freddie.. L. Clark 1*12 UtlS-Cum nf HK Cor"' 74', K 11*', N $ ..* 1* IT
2U- .
lot S, 8 7 8,
way you write. Come In and of Illk 111. Hun 4' w TOto pOll : :
of Illk 18 Wave .. I
In ,
) .
snlrct your favorite ESTER. City | 7:0 II C. W 80 F, fur a Po 21-387
Douglas For
H.IT 1
ll. Run N S74 Ft 1 1
nilOOK fountain pen. TELEGItAPlI. 321_ Lot 11. 12 Blk 'W 80 Kt. M 174 Vt.K 114ft.-Coin at NW/ 51'1
It Ward City t T 20 Vrtrla Ht.k.t .. ''jj.13Au DO Ft 40 roil In Of an'" of :
400-R_ Lot 1 4t. !8 I ofBlk Town of Luwtvy. K Him n] 4no Kt .

4 of' Corllotta/ .. 'of' Hy Albert. Wl1l1_. .1 .0/:" tao B WKIv: 1 1>.I1 llll
,MIP111, I ut C. Mrrro 10. )
ITT IIIII Com at 'SW' clot lonaKd 845 Vt
451- NWV4 of NWW.. of Hlk, in .* Rue a. POD <...nt H r :: .
AUTO IAFFXied Bx.: 1'A, N ,of ny.IT. 20 1' Nnuthern Oil 4k ::1101)/ Ft f.>r a Ill 417 Ft W I"A.1 :
) Chemical Co. ISUI.SO POP then run KKt .." M N IS* Ft' ., R (
I 41. "- //'It' m{ of rot. 1 1A N 174 Vt WII Ft to pon ) I T. Pr..alt 11.10
n 'M* 10 W ot Ky U 11):/ 11 "Dnufhern' / nil A P'tN134 "File' poP 1 ItII7-AII H'4 .f

'" 435:- MSS! of ;1i:14'.a: ,?. < Chemical Co. J 18 IH| In Luwtiy. K; ot W W On ,
/ of Hy .. LUxl !Easton!: Et 11.10 HKU: <>f Mitt: ,
,,, Uf
I ",.- sriH.\ .4 3| 4 21 120 Ooiph drirn *t ai sn.4i NW, K: of By
91- Hi) of N18; < of IUt.A'om at BW 1014 ,
4 ... .. '., -NBI4' of :
Cur of Dill II K
NIOV Ex 1 A to M of tit ltd 14 / "
KlUraon: II.,4T
T3I', :N/ IS" For POll -
I Church
II 31 < tl RM R. LOtt 3024-Wi.. of
B9H-H Com .t t (SW Tl.lO M 80') N lOT', W
I Cor W">,t of BWV4 .. .. 'U'. H 107' lo 'POU -lilt" JIftU of NW''I. 13 Gf / '
Duncan t al t ltd I 14 lIuk..._ llll
Itun N' I36.S5',. for Ii 1
lOA .
< 2u6"-w'om at 8W
,I'()H. K 50' .V '100', -- 1 Lot Kt C
of : of VI"
Ia byioortBa RS I.
loo .
to. r- 1<1'1'' of '. ( ...
V w In NCo\ of HK: ., Ekt. 1'1'
69 Vu II I It Aim. Pavia X
14 30 Lot 20 'In nftey'lOof l,,ufor VOW : .

88-Beat SW Cor t '., ''n t IlyISUH I Mr. ",. .'.. J. Chandler 20t ." flO'. R: 10}', H
of 8K>. of NW'" -lot ir ,In. !... 10 a) Bdry of
N 11 U'oM 3U', H 1." K: ot Ry Julius M. Wirr.. If e. Mr ]iM' to rOil .
mi', W 'au' to p- IUO--t'oo Tldry :300-<'.., *t lOW ( '
I ....... OB 1 t XI IA' Charles C. Raul'ron 83 of Klna-Hlvy on W Kd of IC4: nf ..W'. I
811- Com at NH Cor on N-WU *. Run
NOyhf,1" 9IINf .fR'T. : of Hit.. of NWK of t. I t N Slil" of Lot If''fa- 400' for POB. I
/Run \ H SOVt
NKVt, Run H tno' ': \ 60p't""t f llrl .f 7 200'. N 100' W !
i Fur' I'Oll. M' 105' : 1
I R !100' to POH
then N ltl> Ft In fOB \ .
W 'IDS'1 )
: 108', IS! Strip U' N ai 5
In K.vtnf :
.. tires' IteinomlwrPrewott 1AV to POD 1 I II J. E.: Garrison II US Luwtuy -* Benjamin Finn! 21.n Aces.. to Rd : 1

Shell Hervhw!! .. for 639-H 714 Pt of 8- UftII 141V\ Ft of Lot 20 1-Kly:' XIV of : r' :
W !100 of HWi, I.y. has'at l ;
Law inter
IlerculeN 'TIS In Town of
the iM-at In then "! .
htw12or' I1naHa fey i K of Hy "I4 Lee H.rb.r 141 Hwy: inn aCn
Tlrew, that la. R* *. WK!. 6/8 A In ISM-Lot IT In Town H* N en. R: R/W < "bn.
I XW ..... ... Inc.
Cur Deo PH of Lawtey M: nf Ror k1 'W ... 173.J4
4-Pv.I 3>3 t I 21 18" Henry" Ham. ill] HH HW< o'( B to W* H,W \ : .
PRESCOTTShell ,1 I' aU-I-A ,In "KR" : !Tor :NWU- nrof NW', .. .7... May smith 11 47 Sly ,,,(. W to : I ..
1 .of (flK'f Hoc, 30'' Won l K/w of IIw,. (
I.bW UO' or 11''u I. .
n Llna llulnv to n*... I
.r of 1l'
of ink 44
Service I 11'1. .. J' It MIA'' Atats t t tfiome In iwtey Kx; W DMom 'sr'JP ,f
Inc. M8IS SO' Jam** L. n..... ." 7.0 I of Itt Kd a IS N
8fNH'va of 'V' E'i of uu.1 In Towntif Cr at l'U Kd. Kim
210 S. TEMPLE AVE. I 10 8 XI to M J. Thorn. .II La winy. 1C of Ry 4 1""A' on H It',,,' ... 1111
.. I 6US- Till undlvldtdlnti Kx: lot In NW for Will L*" 117 Rd in A rt 100'
> I In HW. 1671--ll4 of Lot 44 oSAL Rli. H .
.. of NK: AF3'4: ofHW4 In ljl..'." M, of RyIJ11 .011'**.. ""' "".e 117 to. nil 444 34' : :
NWV. of .)n. font m 114
MKl..: Kit:. nw 12. 21 120 JamsH.. Crawford $483 -W 1A o'f Lot N Id...' WXI.*'. > I .
STARKEBUSINESS TI4-J '. of HW 4 of 41 In' Town of IAw' Edward: Jo".* 41 rr to !tit II' | !*.. 141414
MW. RH of ICY K: uf Ry M *. dr.. H XI*' :: .4
MVi U IU': ID A |In IIIH1..1 83\ in Townrtf > P4arl. Blount 4'04T r*.
NW tW 187HO 21 l.iwtey K: of Rv ........... 011
21 U- K: of
no w. c. Conner 24 84II 11447-,\-fom al later % .
-Ix>t 4 of Blk ISI'ronby :
of N Llll A WT: ,p of Wi4> K
: I.i4k Mltort F C Corp 14 .8 .- of HW 4 TTl.
791-\\jut. I of Illk U Par K'W to of RR"'io"t.! : : KH: of NR. ./ ? ...... Eet. II If
DIRECTORY Crouy Lake Nliorn .
ia Lee 1..1.
Nuatnt 581 I'"... a 11)\: '. E ona .
/UO-A-' Cum at XH1 Llll, Hlk 87 123', IllNEt: of NIi: ri
4 fur of Ulk 13 Hun N Pr to RR '''5', of XWi, t : ..i'.c. mi
AUTO REPAIRS 8 430' tu. NI3 I'or W to POII 24llil I U' n.11II', Mol<,r, Jr. 4.17 III*- K: IS* I' nf

of Lot 8ft, "'""DV -I lot a* )'..." 4...' nf Ht, of .' !
I IU 1:1': H $1V" M In Deed Hk 81:! p,.. ... r .... of NWi ', M I
Earl' Garage 173: .11', X J.IV to 111 In Ott a T>lot Co Or ,Kd ,
"I'Oll. S3 21 AVarrrft J. Starling,. 881 Helnit. 100' K: .. WbT 3114-1 % la NW (' t la.ion 741
ALL KINDS 'OF 101 -.Com at NB: Corf 110' X It In NB! f>f ,AWL.. of NW ) I
., Blk 8J. H.4104 li..NK M16tA.nm( of >
AtTTO RCFAIR: WORK Cur of Lot IS .VK | Fx: lot ;
1 Cur lot 66, W ent Corp. II.I* HK': Cr HlnV J : ;
All Work Guaranteed 173 3V I'OK H 3jV| 1411-"' WU' ot 8E': *. 4S N H Bv .
Phone 969-2084 W 17513'; N IIS' I K173V !: of aw 4 XI tX 10,1 Joa TouipioaC 141 <*. W K*I"I'I" :;
to I-on.. V U tOsunell. \-0 SA In 1I\V law. OR Pik. ft., I
So. Walnut. RtarfcaAlfTO Starllna' 11.113sIP'i \ Cor'' or W.i. of Mil I .C XI7I-A" -R.aat !: .. '
.: or ('CC ltd 33 21 Its "W. r'ulth\ 103.11 ot HW \ of I11'JI.! I'op Af a 3A 'Tr.* .
SEKVICR: K'1.- All Ih* Kunr of 1I.ln. 1 US' 8.1': 14. Ui Mid Irat (n XW fnr of .* .
HKU: of NR\:'. *. How*, Inc. I HIT 4 *f of
Thai I'art < .,,;c'I-O:
nf "W, .r 84
oftiA H4;
Gilbert S. Browntondard of NI': >< I."nll H \fn.-t.J.8\\ 4 of ME'I. ti a l i itlf'

Oil Navies Station or K: uf Corni'll* HIKx > In "8" V Cur 24 s txS 9'4 Randolph Doc 1A.IT .B--I fff 14' : '
:. r-ray| :Hills::'\" 40< Af MR: for nf a '
ATl ASTLRFS 41 .NN'y 161-1.A. 110' Hq InHW Tri ,In It">, : ., IM. 3111
.f HKVi': N of h MAI. w of MW '4 ol'
; Madrn Ham* NAvV. of N)44,
A BATTERIESBudget fly H or K of <-or null r te: 24 <<:vtt.t. Co.Vld 171 lie, ) W 1M' It '11 : TYe01 ?
Terms -Road Service at ai All NP!'4 uf .R l"..' t. IIU .
'h//.V.uf SAL Hy 144--I lot It*' M0. .eltl.. 1077
Phone 964-raTl'' KX I 7 21 1004 WoO U. Smith' > 'i." in NH J Cor of Lotto 317/-.-- H.. !1111' : ) .
r 407 N. Temple 8..11.HURST'S pap Silks 116 t NW Cor: of \'"l'1.. 1111 for of A .... 41 T4
All Hlk'. 14 Kt: Iota '4 of SW 4 Of KW.U Tract 'In KW'S' !
M K H/1 .f. Lot b.ln. Ifill' K: Stall >iW >4 then :N !I.. .
1 a I W by 481' N a a II \ XX Il..r S 41
I.'t.| H. Cal llaui**, l*". $0.19 W tar. M U. .
1 8/1' of lot I a Lots 'l4> to> B.. 1 .
Service Station 1. 6. /of,, Hlk' 17 U I 1424-1 Lot 101' V "4 tf ... -IJt
Hlk :4aampaon M by 114' K: W InHWT MI- ll...., tr N
Coo Oil LubriCAtion 1:8.U. ,,,' 4 T 2t 817 W. M amlth 111.00 for of W, ofNKt In* of. I..... /
PHIIXIPH "66'Ouodyear 162- 8 A In MIV Cur ., I Of 5411.4 U. tXtt L. J. P.d.4tt 71II .I K!: ', "f NRl .... n.1'
.. ,144t lot "nCT. In W RW of Hw .
Tire t Bat6ar1ea of :VK: 4 of NE:' a Mid Huts .
*. n.. ae l''u.' .. OR Bk U-liJ II. Roa1.a lao .IT tAt for p( ". Nit .
ROAD BRrlVTC Nly "ln. 1'It...
of NKJi" of NK 4 B .
C .
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Hun H TlO' h: .4A'. ..n-I1. aat NW Cor "... w Par to ,
SHEET: METAL WORK N 6O$';' to I R'0' \'" Of HW 4 o t B. H I idn..f'Nlls, of ,.
j Ht Hd 3t thoilBKIv of NWH. Hun M "rrv aILS itir '
: on lid to Int ., !'O4'( < for FOB.' K TV, Pity: ,N.r, lo '
Thompson Sheet with K. HnHry of 0 leo'. W 78. t.t K. R/W 1
I XhH To 'UtI tl I Itii Mid. Rate = Et4 tlU
of ]N-M .V "lir.jk 1W. 11'*
a .' I "........, inn sets .
Metal Works ;: .
,, 414' to NK: for W .. .. 91M! N of KM / .
>.... rrf +
1444 t tot r
a* !
llJIt' .to PCU Kxfar : of ".:'. .f SW' -
:All. Types Metal Work I ai."' S..| nn flit ., .la on Uk ll t I. 3 :Mid. 5tatO' t ttlom \\It '.. :N tio. : ;
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ESTIMATES FABRICATIONAND 2>V on Kly IJrtiy nr it 11-- to B. :
I of XB.. of. /NN'4"' ': 1144. --NWit- of XK. ....... ., 111t-o.I'l :. nf H e.I :
INSTALLATION, Mt. ,ot. x8,4 J.:. r of H\\" MX H'W wt.. ., ;>:of"w%
Il 'aUnt '* Air Cond. Systems, / K/W ):s.ounst 10 7 Jl .143 'I..oul 1.. K. N.wm.n 81.71 ..",". R: .t ...1..... KKV.. tH.r 177*
i\.i 2> 1:2 Willie + ....'.... I'
4.y I Stroaa- 11 ltJ -M" lit
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....n..Qn\.V.. MAY:! BIt.\DFORD COWNTT TWL"F.nR.\rn. IIT.\RRF.! rtonm\ .
...a.. ... ._._ _. 8. 196 -

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TO1:\Joaph' TO T. Coi-umlms'APPIC. R (From Preceding: Pet=s) ... nearrtattoaf. I.." II T R t Owae and teals .( ....t S T R A n..... .... le.t. .f land 9 T H "' Owa. ... ,,'...*

81)04 North KeatingAvmua Aa neaerl.11.. A....' ef T.._ 31.U' of tutu 4144-lot. 1 A T of II mu of !NW's a
ChUiaa-o. 111. .f laadom 8 T R A. Owa.r ... test. Hlk 8 In UlnvulnCity NIPt': of SF)01" '. A .'.' j
You are hereby notified that a 4.rnl Rlk ID In Carrl. Ooleman 11.14 Anntt. U Tucker 14 IfJame of NE'! I. of N- IHO Mr.. Taoma. T
dlvorr and cuatodj 263ft at STV In U Coo S/I E.. 13 7 11
for ;
a lull Cor of NW', of I3J"-K'. of Iota 1 4JH3--*Mt In NK Cup BrounllttA flllt
fllwl acalnat hiLoyree
haa been / you ; HW< aIoP51kItInGT : of U t 1 Silk 5 110Hi '
I*. Coi-omla In the Clp. < nun E 4"11 Jo Coieman tt.ft .-NW, nf N-
cult I'ourt of Hradfurd County. Ft. N ttn F'. K: l..l; .* Co. S/n ::11)I.In J. M. John O. :Xkl>&..1.1 111: RU AV'. ', nf ett W

In Chancery, .and yoi/ Ft for M>n N Son HIT-u>t* 3 A W2' JMK1: A fI'" nr .1':', .j .. !

Florida required to ..erv a oopy oil "'t. K SO Ft. H SOOFt. of L"u! nik 1} Coleman 14.11Mark 41HJ- 1 lot In NW nr Nk4: A NWV of
\ Mary
are Answer or pleadlnir tialii W (0 Ft to 1, of NKnf :- 11l0 Emory L. Browa 11..*.
. Complaint on the Plain'. 131-- c>m ., 8W 111*-B: S* Ft of tot II> nun H lOH.a, M 4 MIC'4' 31 f ,

tetra Attorney 8. 1.. Scrumci. Cur of NWl 1 V of 4of Rlkll&P01N' 11IV:, W'O'OU': N Klmr B. Thouia. UI/ 1174, .-M''u of :NWI' A.
HW of Lot I 4 of N >4 of MWi. A M.K
o. Drawer. C. OalneavilleFlorida. 4 i K] MU' X 2Q'. Vt 110To .
p .
and to file the. ...r..ln.1In 5: 100' For 1vH ?J 14 In 1.. t1Co. U 1ft-I Vn< at NW Cur ': '- of MWle A W. .lrQ 'Yr.. T.4I.. ... .
Coleman3314W'4 U
lh. offlr of the Clerk or 1110' JS TI' B 1IU' IV aII) : 41." of ..swof MKU.H '. V,. of UK''.,. 67 ...0.... S.....
..r.... Floridaon 75 to rOB UylDC Jr. Eat 41T Oil'. H I.>
Circuit :;::.-::. >>' t W Nile '
of Lmta el.4 Com on
HUna' --
or before the llth day or N of Co Or Rd U' 11 C. J, Miller SSI For 1'011'ant
I of Hlk IS In L. .too' N .100'' nr ltv It/W on MenUn t'
H w
A. D llaSi' ; otherwise, thmigrations 2625--a'om MAA' H a "Audrey Ma. aibaon 10 9T .
May T Coa 8 I> W lliu' to Putt II t 11 Oothbera' .. A Ron. X on ..N
.( aald Complain 1ft' N of 8W fr 1347-H 10 Ft of L<" Hadlo Ing. u.n It,1 Y"., W la
will be taken. aa vonfeaaed. bj; of SWS :!ie'.
4 of Blk SI In U T.Coa .. Frank U Wllllama U".A.n. at NW ids i* TO Yd. to
K 10ofur POB. K
you bated thta 14th day of April, ion; :x 511'. w' i.}o.H '. \ 8l138K > t et al v 1S.H4 Cur of NWi' of ;N: HOT ll-ir-line\ A then In/ K 1111: :tit'..

A !U.. l 8.Charlea SO1 to lasH la OK lot a N: ISKt M 1 .. lean W 1IIHT.. .. of HW\, II 7 U V, A. U. Kelae:. ".n

I NFAL: ) Hk 1I-4H5 11 1 11 Plonetr Finance Co 41..n2tU of tt 4 of Rlk H 114.10', wWU I4IV.H RVFor IIUI-I. It on I...... 1Vlaw
A. Parbr.Clerk Tom 10000'! '
of Circuit Court Hall Ht In Nat WltlUma aa II In U. T. Kmina. Hu&".. Kat.: IS.79 1'("'. H U', Wly l.ak* KotnealtpaJOa of Cryatall pan Fat* F.*.a* III) 4"J

Bradford County. Florida. 8/1) Hun Hon : 837_Ix>ta 1. 4 of Illk K: Ultd' W Illl)Cenu. N* -Utl 10. *. II an

*,.li 4t /' tN>op.r nr 100', 40 In I* T. ..."' .1 IJIIIe .A tx>nnl.* \\ly Mrk K H:Itl PUB to II I II .r" 1Y.Kllman. 11th.. of CryeValbake <.... t. B. aifcaootl, .M
. H to Heteraon St. at I Homealte .
B, I' Javkeun Hick 11.473331Tula *t I.UI.n ... f
la T.. ( ...r, ui The Canal 100 ..t. then on f..- Bill-lot 41 on Cy-

Jaaae. .. 4.J Far Hradfar. teraon Ht,. w 100', N ,. a of Rlk 441.1-Com at :NW l-nr tars..ant CryilalLake II
Mr. tBnAa., K.: n .rlt. t
(........ n. Florida. 100' to roil ti < I] Tom L.UH Hall '.11 41 In L. T. ....... Ma of NKU: of NV.I. HiHnealteaan 1.; i .- i '
In Itei, Eatat: OfC. UIII-I.! I of ilk 1 "II) Franre.. Jenkln 41.TO Stain. H 410', KIII' \.l.ola. I* A 4*
al... knowia for I'OH, Run I** Ava, lit
K. Hovdevkrr In Nat William ) nreaa
K.. Uoedovker U*' Ruth Ma Fenaalall '.4\ Hlk 4.% N llir. K: to..', Maao' ilr.y.t.a I*.).*. .
Charlea Mrs 191: Nl; Of \ !Ma. aFranc w ma' to POH II 1 Ittl Virrll Morrl.un! I.U Albert O. BdH*. ..:*.
ce..I.. | ISil- Lot t of Blk In L T A l'o. 8/D ** Jenkins Tl A4 HfMliealtea&J T
XOTICR TO CRKIMTORSI!: I of Nat Wllllama 4U4 -l"tun at NW Cor 1- Lot' 44 on ..,.. 1 .

Tu. .%H I Creditor" And All Per H/D Joe Harmon I.4. 1490-W" of Stilt 47 Ira Hu../".* Ket U.14Pnlll of :NK'4 of NW .* lireaav. In :i.'ry-:;:; 'Vlralt D. MnJaoit' 11.44
Run AIO' M 101'In 4al lke I llomMilleaIMn
Claim Or Demand K
anna Marina: 1423: : Ix.t 10 of Hlk InLT loaT' .
Mad, Ifiatate; Wllllama of Blk Jo. M Hide. of Canal lota. 4. A SInn
AKHlnat 1 In :Nat 1101-lx>.. 1 *
You. and eai.h uf you ar. $,I' Clare BO.*. Deu 14... 44 In L. T a Co. fl. D ,,H llllame n." for II>n, font ti Cypraa* of Cr>;matal ..*. Janus' W. .....*, II M
hereby notified and required. to' un II''i of hot 11 la'V 34r to Canal lahe Itomealle '

preflent any claim and demand ..r Hlk I In NatVtlllama I44- W14 of Lot 1 Kay: Alone" CanalitHO' 114- .,...t. '1. It. II

which' you or either of you \ H. It Lee Jenklni "..20UIIZL..t of nik. 10 rt lit' to roll U < L.ota Y:. )( QII..n ll''1' on Cyiinata .f Cry.

have ag-alnat the l 1.1.: ..r of Blk t.f \\ t, of lot 41114--4'. m al NM for. seal. Lake .lloiuaall'a. ,1q& JIlehA) aotka, 11.01Tr
may K
.. tloedei-ker. also known a. Hilt 10 LTaCo. oftun: :>4 of :Nll''" 114ft -.- Lot TT A Tt .
C. IXHeaaed. :! In NatWilliam.. Farmer'. Supuly n.n S tiMe Ft for Cypreaa of "ryeM.5 ,
C'harle K.: Boedecker. Cart Horton! 101 Add un
H If '
A mil Hun. W 1111 .....
lit. of Hradford CountyFlorida .. 18119- ixit is in Hlka : 1441-lot" .. t of Hlk "'t II I IT Kt U 101, : .I.w". U. I.... '!3.t 1'.ltnwa M NIJiJAliar

of f'radrord, to th. County County Florida JuJ II of> Nat WllllamaM W. V. llenderaon 1.4. 14 Add In U T. *. Coa :. T. F. Landrum Rat: 14.2.IIU "'t N: UK Ft to POH 14 It 1 Alma Qrlffla It.H .lira at NW

tiradfard County Court lIu.... UoLn, 1. of WlkI bot 11 of Flk 4ITI-A-.He* 444' W A cor ,., NWV ..r N'i'\

at Htarke. Hradford County Wllllama 14 In.. T. Coa .. 61N' irf MM Cur of HI-. Run M/ *U- for al'. t .. ... .
Florida, within alx. 141 month In Nat Levy I.ennon 111 Add Charle. A, Croeby. IS 41Ern :NKV4:, W 110N I'OII.' N ton', w ; :
Mrs 110'. K no: M Ita 101'. N I 103'. K: 155' '
th dat of the flrat pub Tl .
from 2.U-1 lot In NWU of tot I. :
.n-\\'Ilo to R tr 14 44M II inn, Robert\ ,It tl In POH ae. Tar
Ili-atlon of this notlr demand. *. ". of KW' v, a. |xo 3 of HUM..k 14 helnaet "a- HKU of NVVI; 14 5 It lit W. A. HeMent Jr. 14 4'liarld Prop. for houaa *n .4::; : ,
Karlt rlalm or In.>eed. Hk TO 1'r Ft H *. W HT .1131.11-II.aat NW wrens: laad. I I '.. ttamrlty. NI/ lnvt. '.41t

b. In wrltlnc. of raMldenc and meat and Nat;....uoftk 301! F.a '\:' In U I I* Tohn A Annl.. /.T AtO.:N ft 14 !In ..t w. Allen 114 14A' +1 Cor nf I.A Trm 111"-Com al a Vt onW .

the place clalmanand ." M-lajn||| $55 >\ IIl1a.... t..21 .. Add In HK': Cor of /NK elite. of ll/W on i *s
.. the
.dd.. of to by tin lit l..>t. la, A U Vt of XKV M ''U't N Line af Mr> I A ... ., .
must bo worn 147* -- Com at HW of Rlk II !In U T. M 1334 N IT4' Its H 514W0 'f"
101.aT vn
hi. attoraey. 1..I.r.l. P. \alt
claimant,' .hi.. a* ". ur Cur of NW of 54I t'. .,. Add W lla.1'Ito Poll II' II Bar! WouJard n." Y". W 1ft Vda N \'

or It will vonrrnrdlni ". Hunk': 41.. Ft |4'1- tent II of Illk 4131oin at III' COP M yl. to Or Una

; to law. n>R N toe Ft. 14 In I. T. Co. line ,
viedltor aliall dally.auttlol.nt .. For Boy U. Arker It.IT of NKi: or KICtt: Ilien 10 on iH u A, H. K.l.ep II ..
Each Add ,. t I
H100 FtN200Ft. A Itun. W 141' :N til Re .
: Mitrhell 14: on *
claim ti Irene '
.. of hla 0
.p' 11
W ],ua Ft to HUH UTS-N 1Ft Lot f lldry ultd M ion. nf NK't' vtNWS '
enable the County Jud.e to. 144. -.Com at NW for late T. I a t Silk SIn N lOll" W ."', H IIIO'" II !3' : 10 O. M. Hioo>.... Jr. 10.17

mall on. to each. peraonal Bepr lOr IIw4 of KW V Hia-hway. AddU Tu Kd N on ltd ID- uf ,MW *4
"4.14I.a11/ ) .1IN
..aenlall4k. *. Hun t: UU Ft for Ion A. Reaaent 190,.II to I'OH 14 I II '. ".. NationalFun4 lied: ; ford Mhorea 'b. V rla.frM., .1
Pitted April 7. A. t>. 1118. R Then Kin 4 nf ".17
a It' 11'1-1. I a lIu-toJ 1**' of lot t N a -

Clara Admlolatratrlc C...,.,. nf th* K.. H Kill. Ft K: IIG Ft Silk:' 1 In Temple. \ H. A. towaon. III 01 43.4-.H... at lot of I '.f Illk II la, III*. Mvno4 ef.

A. N 100' Ft W I. Ft ..'. w H/W nwy lo*. v Haven M/l .
., Mid!
... ale.
tat. of C K:. Hoede< ., to f''IH S> II Home. Inc. 404 I au-w a. Ft of fatS A N III\V of II R, Ju... a
known aa Charlea F:. Hu.d..k.rIJ.c..s. W" 'tnf ,In
W 10003' N 1471-11-l/lth' inh
NW XS: of lot S of Blk .' 'i' :101,7 I uf I..... .
Com Lot
2I9T at H lit .
.,n 4t 11OTU'IC +I 1 It Add 3. A. Rail 41." W..... ..1."
In Tempi* .
of NIP
1'.r of HWV, R'W of 05ev, A on view,

IHV1\Ir "w'. A Rue H 14* 1474-U>.. II. II A, W 1(1W12.10' '" 147--101.| I A I of
TO : Hradfard Ft for a !,('" Then. II of nik IT In. J1.. ,5 0 ,1 1 i'auUn. ":..n. 11.19$ Silk II A I'Join Int .

.. Ireall earl. I baaveey Run B' 1418 l Ft 14 10W Temple Add 'X John. R. Dykar 30.1137411..I. 4411IA In )1M Cur In Trai-l H In I* ItHiaUar
FlarMai la U Overtoil
.s.ev, toe I"t N M Ft '. 1. 1. .. 0w or Wi, ot NWI "tHWI Oak
... l. .eaHarold 11 Ralela-h..* IIILJnnle
lael K M/W II' 1 t tt 1 Harold. W.llrirria vf bilk U .
Plaintiff. .. to I'OB Frail lot A M .IK*-l.ui i
l> Hnilth al tl.T*
tMfendant.NOT1CB 12411 Com at NW' of Stilt IS In J. M. A Ijoin. Int In
Marlene Ion Hitilth '\ U Tuek.Y5 of 8'i' ot
-Annette 044--Nth K of UmlfordOakt
of Tre.'t
John .V
> AI'PKART /'nr of MWVi Add .. 1 T It Clifford I IIID WlnJhaaj, II..KA
To 12' HWt.f HWI, JI i> 111..1" Nil ',.. Hrallh. Addr.aUclinow ,. flWU A. Hun M 110 1,1-1111. I, 1, II. I | of $114: of .
: Ft. M lei Ft Fra of Hilt 4 I.A .* 101--10,1 l .., I of nik n
: < lf |N.
NK A :
a.You I Ia ME'1
hereby notified the. |1 H. Kun 14 10* I lieao llH II PC .u. I R': *of Mill' 4 T It ) I'r Jama D, A t/tnin Ill 'In
ar. .
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lunch with us last Friday. luncheon will be held at 12:30p. : the park to Lawrence Blvd. injured In a automobile accident Certificate. No. 131. ..
Year of Issuance 1947. I !' They came to help me cele- m. May 13, In the Community This was a muchneeded Improvement In Starke recently, and Doacrlptlcm of Property All
INDIAN BEACH brate my birthday. I will not Church educational and should certainly is a patient In the UF Medical that portion of WH of NEH of THE RIGHT' rOINl few ...
Christ Is SE:>4 Lying E of Rr. Sec. S,
II repeat how old I have gotten building. A program will be be much appreciated. Center. Fractures In Mrs. T-H-S., R-22-E 3 Acr.... way you write. Com la and

(Continued from Page 11)) but it Is "Old enough to know arranged following the lunch- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Law Dunwoody's wrist had to 'be Mama In which aliened. elect your vrlto ESTER.

''I A I better-but young enough, not eon, based on the proclamation rence drove to Tampa on Sunday reset with pins last week. Slu Tony Drumro.All ,, BROOK Fountain. Fen. TELl-:
The AnswerBy .
",III, put six bass in the- freezer on to resist." On Saturday night. of May us Senior Citizens afteinoon to visit their is in room 680 of the Medical cue/. County of laid of proper Bra. l.'uitl betas, Slat" in GRAIl

Nt. Sunday and at least three of Jack and I treated our children Month by President Johnson! son's family Mr. and Mia Center *uj aoulJ appreciate, ot Florida.

" r:11Mot': I them went six or seven pounds T C. Jeff. Joan and and Governor Burns George Lawrence and chi! cards or visits. tertlflcnt.s Unless:' such shall red.emedaccord or

Rev. Charles Harvey I each. They are also' quite happy the boys' guests' : Bruce Mat- Special programs are being: dren. They returned to Key Mrs Agnes Lawrence is still ,In... la law the property
I to know that they now fur the month such stone Monday. alternoon described In much certificate orcertificate
"' chett. of Johnson, and Brent planned visiting in Dunedin at the will lie sold to lit. I Ihlhe.t ARE TERMITES
.t'. Pastor First Baptist Church have happy homes spoken for Baldwin and Charles Perry, as the visit to Goodwill In- Mrs. Helen Egan attended a Minder Church School. bidJ.r, at the courthouse :

;. Fla. all of their litter oi pups. I both of Melrose to a "Satur- dustries of .Jacksonville for ]luncheon In Gainesville recently Mrs. John Karges former door' on the first MondayIn !
month of June 1
thdbol' think I was last to put In a day nIght at the Races" In the rehabilitation of handicapped for all county corres- Keystone resident who movedto I I. the Ut day of June, 1965. ,

\ I ;request.Are Gainesville. If you have never < persons. The Keystone pondents of the new "Gaines Dunedin ]last January, has Tinted tin 30th day of April,

JU'. ol' you folks still !giving! seen car races as I had. not AARP Goodwill\ project U a ville Independent" newspaper. been 111 since March 20 in the 1901. YOUR HOME?
erhood In the propagation
tto Sunday May 9, Amertca with some thoughts to organizing? you have missed' somethingby continuing one with members!! Following the luncheon In the Mease Manor Hospital at KULAK M. I

tie will observe 'MOTHER'SIDAY' the human race. Along! What Ideas do you have con- taking a. gang' of boys to and, friends contributing articles Gainesville Country Club Mrs. Dunedin. This Is part of the MOODYDC FREE
K! ( a day set aside to hon- same. God demands 'that Clerk, nf Circuit Court of
t'" cerning! this association formation see them. It Is quite educa- through the chapter and:! Egan was given the red rose Manor development where Mr. County, Florida I
J'.C motherhood. Anna Jarvis mothers be worthy i'I
or meetingthe meeting! we suggested? tional to say the least I the Nearly New Shop of the centerpiece to take to an and Mrs Karges have an apartment cia 4' 527FUstlo
This is not simply
of Philadelphia Is recognizedas
have had alls: from Episcopal Church. AARP member, Mrs. Annie
We some < Till I see or hear from you -
coualII1ee founder, of 'MCYI'HER'SDAY' physical need of the child. of but we need Dunwoody, who was seriously JlK
some you next week, don't get any old COMING EVENTS
which by act of Congress God demands the Spiritual I Notebooks $3.20 al.
to the -
get encouragement
more than feel I Keystone Heights Estrelllta
MaS [19141], Is observed on need be met first of all. In we need In order to proceed er you Chicken Dinner, May 8, from The Telegraph. 539 E. Can 964-3963

HaC the second Sunday In May.' Proverbs 22:6.: we read Have you given: any 5:30: till 8 p. m. NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED .
nUll Oil how we thank God for ["Train up a child in the way thought to the idea? Thereare KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS United Church Women of
ed : Godly] mothers, but how tragic he should go: and when he is might' -
many problems we Gainesville will observe!! May
Athai the multltude of mothers who old, he will: not depart from OF BRADFORD COUNTY
get solved out here If we get Fellowship Day on May 7 at AMBULANCE SERVICE
show no regard! for Christ It"l.] The mother is the first
little volume behind our
a 6:30: p. m. with a covered dish ,
mtr.alii. Jesus, the Blessed Lord and tutor, and companion In her I voices. For Instance-what is supper in Fellowship Hall, PHONE 964-2600
Saviour. child's life, yet In order:! to be'' CHURCH NEWS
being done about these mos- (Continued from Page 11)) First Methodist Church. Soc SCHOOL NEWS DeVVitt C. Jones Funeral HomeD
to. The truth is. just the stateof the proper tutor, she must quitos? If you have them as ial hour starts at 6:15.: First! Born Church of the i

''Theedk being a "mother does not know the Christ of Calvary as badly as we do we need Immediate mens, Mrs. Claire Lutz, and JuniorSenior Program of The RJE High School Band Living God: The Cllftones Witt C. Jonas Registered Funeral Director

make one Godly in the eyes of her own personal Saviour help for the control Joseph Benson. KHHS will be held May 22. and Chorus will present a Gospel Singers of Jacksonville Starke, Fla.
tere the Lord, Jesus Christ. The then she will have the desireto and eradication of same before LUCKY AFTERNOONFOR musical recital at 2 p. m. Beach will appear at 8 p. m. !
Church Women
4sp Bible Is the disclosure of. this be In the Lord's house: each they become a major NOONEY will provide sandwiches for Sunday, May 9, In the school Sunday, May 9. The' public is -. RENTAL SERVICES

fK't1but fact throughout. For Instance, Lord's day with that child and Where Is the cafetorlum. The public i to cordially Invited. There will be a sellIng Beds Wheel Chairs Crutch
_.. .__A ,_ ... ,.....___....._ .......... will lead that child health problem. Frank A. Nooney, Jr. was the refreshment hour after I Invited to attend. The HMplUl ,
WC' "CW.L Lit A l.4&IULILCICS" *.9 one day I fogging machine truck: ? Since the winner of the little blue the prom. at the church on Saturday -
pro. '''He also walked in ,the to Christ. band is under .the direction of starting at 3:30:
ways I the March 4 meeting when Volkswagen' !given away by Covered dish luncheon of p. m.1
aro' of Ahab for his ''mother was Thousands of mothers never our road proposal went before the Lions Club of Keystone Church Women's Circle May Lennon B. Monroe, and the Sunday. School, 10:30.: Even-

his counselor to do wickedly]. I no: to church throughout A- the State Road Department In Heights on Saturday afternoon 17. at 12:30: p. m. All circles Willie chorus Mae is directed by Mrs. ing Service, 3 p. m.. and l I LAS S That's Our Business

The Bible here Is referring to merica except on Mother's Tallahassee, what has hap- May 1. Congratulations will cooperate In preparations. MAY PAY ACTIVITYThe Randolph. YPCW at 5:30.: Final service U "If It's Glass] We Have IV.

King! Ahazah. the fifth Kingof Day or Easter How tragic! pened to the work? If It passed to that lucky young man! ]President-elect will announce 7:30.: -Elder Flax Howard

Judah. And we read furtherIn My prayer as this copy goes when does the 'work begin LIONS HOLD 1 her circle chairmen and various opening of May Day pastor; Zephanlah Lane, actIng CALL WRITE or VISIT

2 Chron.; 22:7: t"And the to press is that every mother and why has It not done so? SPECIAL MEETING committee chairmen. will begin with the crowning reporter : FOR ANY CLASS NEEDSHEA'S

destruction of Ahazlah was of who reads this will realize In the meantime. what about On Saturday afternoon, MayI Stewards of Community of the May Day King and Oreater Allen Chapel AME i

God"'J.] We also read In Pro- [You Must Be Born AgalnT regular {Tradings for this District Governor Candi- Church meet May 10, 7:30: p. Queen. Jerry Davis and Mary' Church. Sunday School, 10 a. GLASS CO.
verbs 29:15: ["The rod and 80 said Jesus Christ. To those county road? We are! waiting. date Charlie McOlave held a Chandler, following a fanfare m. Morning service at 11 with \

reproof give wisdom: but a who have been ''born again -Also, why Isn't anyone Interested called meeting at the Fire m.PERSONALS : by the Band. Participants will Junior Church In charge, observing J ,-J (NOT INC.)

child left to himself brlngeth but are not being obedient to in why we have no House of those members and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brmeral be the High School Junior I Mother's Day. Junior Vjh I "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

his mother to shame."] Christ in the matter of faith- police protection? Have you their wives planning to attend were in Daytona Beach last High and. : Elementary of RJE,' Choir Union will be held at Modern\ Store Fronts
We Design
The mother has more Influence fulness .to HIM. won't you had anything stolen lately? the Convention in Tampa.. week -goIng only for the day Lee'a Kindergarten Thurston'' 3 p. m. Sunday. At 6 p. m. I- Ill

over the child than commit yourself fully unto Many of our neighbors! have, May 13-13. Plans were made, |butstayed three days. They Elementary, and the Anderson there will be a Mother's Day '\1 //3.J Just Mail Us A Pattern For

any person, and a Oodly Christ this mother's day? To and the police are getting no and each person assigned visited Mrs. June Davis, and Junior High. A big Softball' Tea. Music will be furnished w. Table Tops

mother will usa( her Influenceto do so, you will then find that place. We need some deputized duties. It looks like a good ;her father, L. Jacobee. Mr. game will culminate the activity by the Senior and Junior I 1313 N-W 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4333

win that child to the Lord Christ is the Answer! help In our midst. Ptor all of time Is In store for allbuta Jacobee, a member of the RJE vs Anderson ,Junior i Choirs. Public Invited.Rev.. I

Jesus Christ. Ood used moth- these things to get proper action busy time.INSTALLATION. Golden Age Club In Daytona High. Everbody turn out for I L. A. Sampson pastor I
this gala event at 10 a. m. CARD OF THANKS
we need to call a meet- OF Beach plays a banjo and was
ing to get proceedings under OFFICERS i scheduled to appear on the May 7. The Lumpkin family extends !.

way and some answers to our On Sunday afternoon. May ,stage In the Band Shell in OES NOTICE the most heartfelt gratitude -

1I, many questions. Come on, let 9, Installation ceremonies will :Daytona, at a meeting of the Dell Chapter No. 108 will to their many friends T. I. MERSEREAUPLUMBINGON

Cut Those us get going with one. We take place for new officers of
__ "home folks" could start witha St. William's Altar' Society, as eral. her husband and Mrs. 8 o'clock. Worthy Matron kindness shown at the deathof
small meeting and set Helen Smith asks all members Mr. Calvin Lumpkln, hus-
\ a well as those of St. Edward'sAltar ]Davis all !got Into the act
Repair Bills larger one at a later, : date to Society from Starke and singing and dancing1 and a to please be present and band. May God bless you all. ," CALL24.HOURS

l withNatural I which our "weekend" neigh those of St. Mary's Altro SocIety good time was had by all. on time. Business of vital Im -The Lumpkin family.

bors can come with their from Macclenny. Quest Mr. and Mrs. John Bird en- portance. A DAY
Ideas and GIRL SCOUTS :MI-IK: 01" 'P'If'''r.o"",
i. proposals. So till I speaker will be Father William rtained with cook-out at
a KIIII 'r ,. i>.II: : >
;I Gas \ hear from your wishes, no Cory, pastor of Blessed Trin- their home last Saturday The meeting that had been I 5.... .IH4.IM. .... ". DAY-CALL 964-5291
further plans can be made. A ity Church In Ocala. evening honoring three families scheduled for each Monday NOTICE fS IIKKKIIV OIVKN
place has been suggested and New Keystone officers to be of Keystone newcomers will be changed to Tuesday at I that holder Mr.of T the.J.following Al ,
we are waiting I on approvalfor Installed 'will be Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Anderson.Mr. 3 p. m. starting! May 11. All flcat.a has filed said rtrtlflrat-

For "care free" "trouble free" healing cookingand the use of same So now, Sutton. as president; Mrs. and Mrs. Kenneth Lig girls interested In joining, .I therson.* for. a tux Th.. deed certificate to b. I..u.dI numbers

water heating there's like how about a time? Clyde I*. Ashton, vice president gett< and Mr. and Mrs. Jack lease[ be present and on time. and years of ', the
nothing Natural Mrs. Connie Bamhlll reports ; Mrs. Joe Wallace, secretary Passwater and two sons. The The Friday morning meetingat description. of the property and. II. MERSEREAU PLUMBING
lh ram* In which It was
Gaa and it's economical too. It.' .lnstant, itV I that fishing: has been ; and Mrs. Arthur Ood- newcomers are all residents of 7:30: will remain the same. ..>...d arc .. follows:

safe it's clean and your supply i is always there. mIghty poor lately She says Icy treasurer. the Mobile Homes Division of I I

I she has been !getting; the wind Installation will start at 3 Sunrise Park, the new Bird Th ___. ---
D GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE out of the wrong! directionand p. m., after which a receptionwill subdivision. The Mobile Home- -

it plays havoo with her be held In the Hall. sites are
overlooking Paradise
I Lake. The Bird's daughter, AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
CITY HALL PHONE 964-2351 We had Mrs. Rub/ Dyal of WOMAN'S: CLUB Mrs. Margaret Andrewsen, and

I I Gainesville and Mrs. Nell Na- Clay County Superintendent two children were also present.

a j ''bors and Andy of Waldo forIt's I of Schools Jesse Tynes On Saturday evening Lions s= '== --,

.- was guest speaker at the April Charlie McOlave. George Massa -!

luncheon meeting of the Key- and Joe Wlldt, and their AUTO SALES & SERVICE AUTO 54A[..ES: &SERVICE ,flEA UTY SCHOOL. 1 Motorcycles-Scooters t
stone Heights Woman's Club wives and guests, Mr. and -- -

last Tuesday, In the Community Mrs.!! Laurel Bunce attendeda Barkley Motors, Inc. Tropical Pontiac, Learn Complete Beauty Streit's Bicycle Shop
Church educational build dinner and dance at the Cu.ltusGlrlaWoinenM.n HONDA MOTORCTCUM
ing. His subject. Religion In Lions Den In Orange Park, TRIUMPH Inc. Tuition Budgeted

.. .yt Education, was well present' and reported having. a. won- FIAT FREE PLACEMENT Cnshman A Weeps 8eetcr
ed. Hostesses for the day were derful time. This was the Special Brush-Up Course

Mrs. David Nelson. Mrs. M. H. final visitation made. by Dis VoLVOW. Central Hairstyling Motorcycles-Sales A ServtoS)

Schroeder Mrs. William Pin- trict-Governor Candidate Mc- Specialize m 220 NW. 8th A.... OalnetvUlr SCHWINN BICYCLES

on. and Mrs. E.: A. Dempsey Olave, and we hear he Is not BALES &: SERVICE: "*'-2583 College I Locksmith & Safe Work

The next business meetingwill the only politician In in the Factory! Trained Mechanic :218 3. E. tat Gainesville Ill W. I'ntvenitr A...

be Tuesday, May 11, at 2 family. His wife Kitty had 17 -ms, I
Replicars (latne.v4ll. nl."*.
at which time yearly his ,
p. m. reports opponent's campaign man
ntl N. MAIN
will be given. On Tuesday ager' thinking that he might' Gainesville 1'2-eS11 Imported Car !specialistsS .

: May :35. the installationtea possibly "vote McOlave for MERCFPrS-BKNZ: : .
> will be held at the homeof continued 33-1. Leadership"' JEEP ALFA-ROMF.O I of Carpets ." ;:.:, '

Mrs. A. If. Lagasse on Lake come convention time on May -Gainesville's Only Carps
Family! of 4 Wheel DrtT Sales-Part.-: ...'.
Geneva. All ladles of Keystone 13. Specialty Shop" I -
113: S E. Second St. Calnetvllle -
orA r.-': Heights are Invited to this MI's. Emery Cooper and RAMBLER nir.EMNV M tncEMOIIIKN
lv') r TeL 872-1181
I tea. Hostesses will be Mrs. Mrs. Lena Clemens are on a America Finest Economy Oa" S ( TfFFINO
f' Seth Kennedy Mrs. J. D. convention this week In Cocoa Sales sad Service Expert Installation WHEN IT'S TIME: TO MOW

). Henderson.! Mrs. F. T Carlisle Beach attending the meetingof AUTO SALVAGE Ml No. Main-.S7S-3913 Call
Ridgway Motor Co.
and Mrs. W. D. Andrewson. the NCCW as delegates Calneivllle GAINESVILLEMayflower ,

from St. William's Catholic 1131 S. MainGahweeifle Paul's Auto Salvage Inc.
MISS' FORTH HONORED Church Altar Society! 372-843 CHAIN S.tS'SA. ,
W. Buy Wrecked Clue At
Call Collect
AT BRIDAL SHOWER Charlie Illnrk took off from 378-8234
On Monday evening May 3. Imeson Airport on Sunday TOP PRICES & J. Saw """"
Mrs. Mildred Lawson and Mrs. evening of this week, destin- AU Makes A :Models\ feed & Mower Co. :

Sarah Hunter of Starke were' ation Pakistan where he Is : Parts
hostesses at bridal showerfor Teletype Sr k-e-.We Will Jo Anderson Mrr.Horntlite Liddell Paint &
a under contract to work for the SALES &: SERVICE

Miss Sandra Forth of Key-" next "two years. lie had returned Flt.e Selection of Used' Cart Find Any Part. For To*. Chain Saw J Glass Co.
atone Heights whose approaching last October from Korea Taken On Cadillac Trade SALES A SERVICE
I1 Gainesville 378-4113 A Parts All MakeiGratrty ItT.'\nZIl: PAINTS
marriage to Fred where' he had worked for tOOl N. \V. 13th. Ii&. 441 Repairs
Huff of Starke will be an 18 months. PHONE 378.7515LIaeotnMercary.c..t 441 N. Put Stock Yard Trartor Sale Glass MImrs. SIUlJ* 0or

event of June S. On Sunday afternoon }Mr. .- 2023 ME.- A Blvd.Seolre Gainesville Tub Eaeloevrea Sh.vsv

.. The shower was held In the and Mrs. Martin Ramos entertained : Air Conditioning. heatingRUSS'S I Phone 37235M DMTS Window Awnlaf .

dining hall of Camp Mont- with a Beach Party t'SED CARS Just Oft Waldo Road Carpet WsBpsper. Slsro.
,. gomery. The honoree received honoring Mrs. Ramos' parents' Authorli"d sales & Serrlc CO'iCPETE PnODUCTS root ConsaltaUoo. -

many lovely and useful' gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Peabody. SHEET
CraneLincolnMercury 116 NW Slxteentb Si.
There were interesting who arrived for a visit lost INSIST' THAT ALL YOUR
& :i games and prizes were won by week from their home in Ne- METAL, INC. I CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE OATNKRVILLg! In-Illtl

Mrs. John VanKoolbergen and braska. There were games! and !: THE BEST FRcMf
Mrs. Clarabelle Bradley. Each music, and boating, while the SOC E. University AT*. Edwards Building PLATING="
Jest guest! had written her favorite braver ones went swimmingIn Gainesville 311-1231 llratlng

,. .LoxeI __ ____Ji1t recipe" which was presented In the cold 'water or skiing English USED Ford-Volv*- Air Conditioning Supply, Inc. Ocala Chrome
book-form, collectively, to At dusk, chickens were barbecued 714 s. MaJaJ1In"r.rmvn -"" Plating Inc.
illS South Main ,
Sandra. Sheet Metal "
over' charcoal and a delicious JI: FIJI
ni1E1ectrical Those who enjoyed' the delightful meal- ) served. Those who Gainesville 372-K3I Copper. Nickel ChrominmCadmium.
evening included' Mrs. came to enjoy the afternoonand DODGE DART- 2320 NT. 1SU Terrace _.- Custom Pinlablaft

:" so easy to add a touch of magic to any An electric gift give; comfort conveniencegiftgivingoccasion. Yaeko Hlnck.! Mrs. Bertha meet the Peabodys Included DODGE TRUCES O\INEMV1IXJ Johnson & Paris Inc. ANTIQUE\' CUANINOFLYER Buffln:
Jones and
( daughter, Debbie Mr. and Mrs. Robert 378-S28 B_ 378-374S Moroe ,
: J I .Give Better Electrically! and pleasure long after other gifts are forgot, Mrs. Juanita Ollason. Mrs. P. Henderson Dewey< Hender- Sale.Part.8crycI'c.pendbI. fwd te.'v% Complete' Line of ( RRASft. COPPER

S There are more than 150electricalapplianL"ftI to ten So do a bit browsing in your favorite Dorothy Martin. Miss Kay IOn, Mr. and Mrs. George S FEDSPLANTSIERTUIZLJCS: : !- Industrial Hard Chroma1S34 <

.S choose from..popular practical, preferred store.You'll discover many gifts that are new SunderUnd. Mrs. Ruby Tyre. Ms._. Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Poole-Gable Motors Automatic Transmission! : i :NE tad. Av... Oeate

: V and appreciated. You can select something and most-wanUd...electrical ot course.FLORIDA Mrs Millie !Muhlhofer, Mrs. Redfearn.' Jr., Mr. and Mrs. tie S. B. lot Ave. ClneTti] Inwctirlde*-Pet !I...... Dial ..-ui.

nit*_at any pries-lot home or personal use. Clarabelle Bradley, and the Charlie McOlave Mr. and PHONE 371-4111 Automatic 'We Rent Fertiliser Spreaders'
mother of the bride-to-be Mrs. George LaRue. Mr. and 224:% NW tth AT*. TYPEWRITERSHancock ;

Mr*. Florence Forth, all of Mrs. George Schaeffer Mr. FOR LEASENew PHONE 373e478Oatnemtll

Keystone heights Also the and Mrs. Laurel Bunce. Mr Three BayPfKK Transmission, Inc. P'1' &. Office
mother of thf'room.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wlldt. and from OIL. SERVICE:
Drphlne Huff the groom' Gainesville. Miss Charlotte Station on U.S. 301 Repair A Exrhaar.* LADIES WEAR EQUIPMENT! :"

sister Darlene Huff Mrs. Smysor Near.. Farmer. :Market All Make and Models thCoinAUthoraeDealer.

.John VanKoolbercen, and Those who are not so fleet No Experience Nerexuiry TRUCKS CARS Cherry's
!Mrs. Donna Henderson, all of] of foot and who have had to PAId Training Some C1ar711rtT.....
Financing Available. Dyanometer Pre-Tested OolneavOle's Moat P&sbJoaableAddresa A trw Machtn-a. CalraJaton
Stake and l\rrs. Oeraldlne step gingerly over the stones
For Further For' Ladles
Schools of St. Augustine.The outside the Keystone Library WORK GCARANTEEDBUDGET : SALES -SERVICE- RENTALS
hostesses" served delicious will be happy to know that \VrileTRAVIS I'L'IU09 DRLSSESUITSCO.ty5MATERNiTY SAVE TIME .... yew ra.
cake: and punch. there Is now a new sidewalknot -
S. Main\
P.O. Sos 3137 S' .. F.JacksonvUl .
N. Main St.
AARP CHAPTER NEWS only right outside the library 0&Inen1nePbone
Fla. GalneSTflle 372-JIM IDS W. University.: GJnesrt2
I The monthly covered dish -out all the way along nl5S51A.t


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