Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Curfew 1 Berries

: r Brooker Rally

Could Beset ::5 WorstIn

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HereMayor YearsOne Starts CountyPolitical

grower has described -

Carl Hurst has i it as "the worst straw

the" authority to establisha f berry season in 30 years,"

curfew for the City of and no one seems inclinedto ActionChief

Starke in times of civil ; argue the point
County Agent G.
r T. Hugginssaya
natural disaster
emergency or It's definitely the most
a Woman's Club disappointing in the 15
yearshe's About 200 persons nded: a fish fry and unoffi-
delegation was told Tuesday been in
?7iight. But the fact remains that "it's cial Democratic political r,ally at Brooker Junior High

The women asked that an hard to lose money on strawberries School Saturday night, April 13, sponsored by the

ordinance be passed giving the ," so the dark picture Hit town's Softball team.
mayor the right to set a cur- might still brighten somewhat Every county candidate was highest caliber," and to his
fAw''on all citizens. They had before the final. figures are In. present to speak and "politic", record of the past 20 years in
been, advised by Capt. Courtney So far, volume, quality, and plus the three candidates for the sheriff's office."I .
Roberts of the Gainesville prices have all been disappointing By Heart the District 7 State Senate could tell you I'm Qualified -
J Police Department to investigate with trouble dating backto seat and State Rep. Eugene to be Governor of Flor-
to see what action the the time plants were set Shaw who is unopposed in ida, but you'd have to see
t city has authorized in such a out last fall, and growers hada the May 7 Democratic primarybut some fruits of that before

I case.Power hard time getting: a good AttackR. has Republican opposition.Rep. you'd believe it." Reddish told
to establish a curfewIs ,e Plc stand. Ralph Tyre also unop- the crowd. .
Inherent in the city code Huggins said that due to posed In the primary but fac- School Board Diet 3

under the police power furl weather conditions, a couple ing a Republican In November, In the District 3 school
l health, safety, morels, anawellbeing of root diseases have developedthis was the only missing candi- board race, Incumbent Art
of the community, year that growers haven't date and he sent his regrets HOlliday spoke first since his
said City Attorney George Plans Nearirig ) 'Completion had trouble /with since they N Sheriff's Race name comes ahead! of challenger -
Pierce. started Another
using plastic.
: In the sheriff's race expected W. E Lawson and Charles
Under normal procedure the & adverse factor the weather
\ & Xr to be the hottest In the Sawyer in the alphabet.
would mayor have of Starke to his however, }Plans for the county's new $soo.ooo1'agaln' ,/ on April 20!) with the completed that remained summerish culmin-almost primary, challenger Carl Holliday finishing his first
get move
through January,
sanctioned by at least three courthouse are nearing completion. ': 'plans. It will also be decided that day ating In a frigid February, Hurst said that Sheriff P. D. term said he "feels we have

members of the City Council. Architect Frank George showed them l,when to ask bids on the building. with freezes and' frosts until Reddish promised. In his 1964 experienced gains in the past
But If three members of the to the County Commission last ThurM'Above (I-r) are Commissioner Zedra late In March campaign that he would retireat four years," pointing to the

Council could not be reached, day, April 11, in a work session. He i Hamilton Architect George, and Com- "Everyllme plants put on a the end of the term if reelected $2.5 million! school building

the mayor has the authorityto also exhibited several facing materials ,, ij/njjwloners Buck Norman Jerome little growth in February and t then. program now under way
establish' a state of emer- to go on the exterior of the new build'Johns" and Dave Shuford. March, they would get knockedout "I want you to help me retire vhlch will eventually see new
gency and set a curfew. ing and the yellow brick which will George demonstrated one "unbreakable" again," Huggins comment him," Hurst declared. schools go up In every part of
the county
, The Woman's Club'bad votedto Reddish speaking second,
, ask the Council to grant the cover it. facing material which he threwGeorge ed.Crown rot also took its toll said he did say In '64 that he "People who neglect their
I mayor emergency powers to will meet with the Hoard on the floor and it broke due to unusually heavy morn- E. BIGGS could retire after the term, schools neglect their liberty"

I. set a curfew, but the'delegation Ing fogs and dew. A heart attack Monday and that he could retire now the Incumbent told the crowd."I .
: was apparently satisfied It la believed that peak production April' 13, hospitalized Police if he liked. : am constantly aware that
..4" by the attorney's explanation was reached this week, Chief Bobby Biggs, according "But I'm not old and I'm the position; is one of confidence -
of the city code. and shipments will start leveling \ to Dr. H. H. Adams not worn out." he said noting and trust" he said adding
. A specific city ordinance ex- I Petitioners Demand off from here on out. Due Blgga was admitted to the that two previous Bradford "I'm for quality educa-
,t .IsH. which allows a curfew to to low prices some growers" are Bradford County Hospital at sheriff' were nearing 70 when tion." I
be established. for teenagers about ready to turn the public Lawson, who served four
3:40:<< arm ;Monday Seriousness they retired.
I loose In their fields on a "pick years on the school board. before -
of the attack could not be determined Hurst, the mayor of starke
r. your own" basis. 10 early, Dr. Adams and the Holliday unseated him in
a veteran of City
Trustees The Starke State Farmers 1964<<, said that. "as a leader I
Borrow Pi Fence said Tuesday afternoon. There Council, said he la seeking the
Market auction reported a want to tell you what leadership
,j.... .. scarcity of buyers because volume had been no change In .Biggs'. sheriffs. post because "manyfriends .ls'.He"WWld.: thalettersof ,
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condition "
; ... r "fl- ------y .. :!'""!:: or -, was insufficient to attract 'Wednesday; have asked me to run. the word "liberty" to describe -
:If.Appr v A petition bearing 195 names a little difficult"; since the Wiggins said, and filling the and hold them. Elected chief of police last He said he Is Qualified to the qualities.

and asking that a fence be pond la on private property. pond with gravel even more During the period April 11- September, Biggs is serving In make a good sheriff and Sawyer, making hIs first
erected around the borrow pit City Attorney George Pierce expensive.The 17, the auction sold only 2,783 his first public office. He also wants an opportunity In law bid for a public position, said
I Six Principals on Peterson Road in which pointed out, however, that action Council, in discussing a flats. with prices ranging from operates an auto 1 body and re- enforcement. "it is time we parents speak
3-year-old David Allen Crews might be taken under the solution, was doubtful that an average of $3.03 on Thurs- pair shop on south Walnut Sheriff Reddish pointed to up."

drowned March 28 was pre- "unjurles to health" sectionof fencing the pond would keep day_ of last week to a low ..of. Street. ... j! a strff he termed "of the. The Starke businessman,
1 I.I Recommendations for renppolntnrent sented to the City Council the city ordinances. A property the children out,.except for ....U, Tuesday.average Wed" ne sda, a fioher::: of three small children,
of six Bradford Tuesday night April 16. owner Is liable when a very young ones. strengthened a little pressed a-'vital Interest In
County nrhnol principals[ on Accepting the petition from person is injured on his prop- Attorney Pierce told the and was reported as $2.40. the condition and operation of

t annual>y the three contract school were.truste.qs approved.In Mrs. Carole Hall a residentof erty when at the same time council that action by the city The Bradford Strawberry. the county schools.
Water Street, the Council the person Injured Is trespassIng on making the pit safe would Cooperative reported 84,272 "Our children spend half of
" a meeting Tuesda:1night, April
I 16. / took no action Tuesday night tierce said, and cited not mean the city Is liable In flats handled for its members 10-18, their waking hours away from
i. Principals recommended for other than to accept Jimmy several examples to the Coun- any manner. The attorney said during theweekApr not their parents and under the
I reappointment by Supt. Tom McRae's suggestion that he cil. he had heard it rumored that but price figures were supervision of school officials,
Casey are: V. R. Ferguson, talk with the owner of the Councilman McRae said he the city had something available Wednesday. so it's easily understood! why
Brooker Junior High; (Mrs property, J. E. Hardy, on has been supposed:: to see to do with digging the borrow Y'A n school board members have to
Maurine Paul, Hampton elementary which the pit, 22feet deep In Hardy about the borrow pit pit. Workers be of the highest caliber,"
; Curtis Marlowe, places is located. but hadn't had a, chance' to According to InformationThe City \ Sawyer stated.

Lawtey Junior High?r Ted Appearing with Mrs. Hall at before Tuesday night. The Telegraph attained, the. Sawyer said that 81 per
, Oglesby, Bradford-Union Vocational the meeting was her sister property owner Is interestedin pit was dug whenformer cent of all taxes paid in the
'- Technical Center; Diane Whitehead. taking some kind of action' "owners FO.. Peterson, sold Ask Pay For county go to the school system -
McRae said. *" fill dirt to the Florida Power
Walker Stewart, assistant principal ** <
First reaction to the peti- and that the school bud-
and the with cyclone and Light Co. for their sub-
at Bradford High, Fencing pit
get Bradford totals almost
coordi I" tion came from Chairman One wire asked in the petition stntlon Road.
Mrs. Bernice Bateman, as on Colley Stand-By DutySome $3 million, compared to slight
Continued On Pare Four Wiggins who said "It may be would be expensive Chairman fContlnued on Pane Fourl! ly less than $500,000 for the

. ., county commission.

.. Dry Spell AheadYear's ;; .::-. f city requesting"'employees pay are when apparently he Schools said. are "bifr business,""

I they are required'to be on
Commission, Dlst.. tIn
stand-by duty on weekends JSeven persons were In this 19X3 Rambler wagon whenIt
the District 1
Councilman Gerald Williams turned over and rolled Into a telephone, pole near Luwtey.
said Tuesday night, April 16, Six crawled out the back but the 88-year-old driver was killed. Commission to race which is expected
be challenger -
a toss up,
Rainfall that he had been approachedby
i 1 Missing several 'employees who Carl Prevatt, a 12 year
wanted to know the city's policy veteran is seeking to regain
Killed 8
for pay for stand- y duty. 1 EscapeAs the seat he lost to present
Board Chairman Dave Shu-
No action waa taken Tuesday
f One year's rainfall la missing years the combined deficitsfor humidity' ) stood this week at ally brings, is now being felt "I think If a man 1a required ford four years ago. I
I in Florida. that time period are equalto 67, which is described by the All lakes in the Bradford- to stay home both Satur Auto OverturnsIngton Prevail speaking first, wM
I! That is to say counting a year's normal rainfall, according Bradford-Union Forest Fire Clay County area are below day and Sunday he should be he is "asking re-election I
I! up the totals; for the past five to figures complied by Control Station as "very dan- normal levels with Brooklyn, paid something for it," Williams !- strictly.__ on my record, experience -
k the Florida Forest Service. In gerous.' The public was warnedto as usual, being the hardest hit. told the Council. :, and quamicauons.. l
of the state the while It Is estimated that the levelIn Ashley Holmes an 83yearold said that Holmes ap-
t some parts use every precaution Employees' on stand-by are The 74-year-old retired farmer -
Dedication averages have slipped even doing: control burning, or using Brooklyn has dropped six paid now only when they are Green Cove Springs Negro parently lost control of the said he would like to see
I Of Confederate: more drastically.And filre to burn trash. or Hev.jn feet from, its high called out during the weekend. man was killed when his station 1963 Rambler station wagon the courthouse open on Sat-
It looks as if the springof County Agent G. T. Hugglus mark, with the water recedingon Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis wagon overturned near on a curve on State Road %35, urdays or until 5 p. m. weekdays
t Memorial 1967 will be another long, said that the drought is ad- the shoreline, making a said. Lawtey at 6:15 Tuesday morning near the east city limits of to give working people a
beach 15 to 20 feet wide.A Eight other passengers In Lawtey. The car ran off on
W. dry spell.In versely affecting pasture
By T. Weeks Chapter 'The city ha* three positions chance to use it. Prevail also
Forest Service the vehicle serious In- the north shoulder of the
t of field Florida escaped
Bradford County, for in grasses and plantings
u. D. C.. which require men to be "oncall" said he would give small property
t stance the first 3ft months of corn: in the county. fire control spokesman says road, travelling 331 feet, then'crossed
weekends Supt. Davis Jury.The owners the break
on same
Crosby Lake
if Cemetery
Florida Survey left Green to the south shoulder
have that Geological group had
this brought only
t year Most of the county's strawberry -
said one each in the Elec- that the "big timber companies -
Sunday April 28 half of the 60-year averageof and tobacco Is records of water levels in. the Cove Springs about 5:30: a. m. where It overturned and cameto ,
I acreage trical, Gas, and ,water Sew- get through court suits.
3:00 P.M. rainfall for that period. Irrigated, Huggins said, and state's underground water sup- to pick strawberries In the rest against a power pole, He
er-Streets Departments. said that 30-foot rights-
t January brought only 1.63 has not been seriously damaged ply have been "bad news" for Councilman Williams said Lawtey area.Gwendolyn.. which was broken in the !m- of-way for roads are sufficient 1
Inches to the county, while the by the drought. months, and the drought .is wherehe Delor es Gamer
Independent Phone Co., pact.Holmes in most cases Instead of
I 50 for that monthis threatening wildlife particularly 15 and Cherrie Lee Holmes, 21 was Instantly killed
: The Community State year average South Florida, In the lower In tho Ever- works, pays personnel a the SO feet the Commissionhas r
4.33. February's alligators taken to Bradford Coun- In the crash.Political.
I Bank of Starke average central and extreme southern minimum of two hours wages were been requiring.Prevatt .
was 3.43<< Inches, as comparedto glades. National Park. ty Hospital for first aid treat-
!Is from Councilman
portions suffering for
And TheFlorida stand-by duty.
a 1 50> year average of 583, drought and forest fire build- holes are drying up, and the Jimmy McRae said the duPont ment, and later released. Others Rally also said county
Bankat and March brought 2.25 Inchesto entire Everglades area Is described equipment should be used to
up actually more than.. Uorth- Co., where ho works, has no In the car were Kathleen
tinder box.MAYOR'S Set Wed. build roads to chicken houses
Starke 24
50 as a Apr.
the county, against a
east and West Florida areas, standby duty an such, "but May Bradley 18: James May, ,
Will not be open for year average of 3.07. the Forest Service reported.The pays employees when they are 17: Levi Martin 16; King In Reno SectionAll and ever to put taxpayers In culverts want"where-them."
Unless rains come soon, April average depth of Lake COURTA called for ectra work. David Johnson, 17; and Otis
t business
Friday, April He advocates full of
use county
sems apt to outdo the first Okeechobee, South Florida's Clerk Merrill Edwards told Lee Reese 17. -
I 26, Southern Memorial three months In drynesa. Dur natural reservoir, Is almost light! week in Starke May- the Council that no appropriation State Trooper Carson Tu1'1DYLIGIIT county political candidates road equipment. The coun-
Day. ing the period April 1-15, the two feet below what it should or's Counrt Thuesday nigth, is included In the current plus those running for ty "owns enough to keep the
I county received only eight- normally be at this time of April 9. saw Mayor Carl Hurst budget for stand-by pay. WB- the state house and senate for roads in good shape."
This Space Contributed tenths of an inch (average), year. aeal with only two cases: llama said he realized any action SAVING Bradford County are Invited Shuford Lawtey service station -
Weekly to Publicize while the 50-year average for 'Although Floridians are always Melvin Nettles, driving while might have to walt fora STARTS APRIL 28 to speak at a rally next Wednesday operator said that in his
I Community Events by the county Its <4.63< Inches for glad to escape a hurri- Intoxicated, fined court costs new budget; but wanted to That time is almost here April 24<<, at 8 p. m. campaign four years ago he i
! The Community the month of April. cane, the fact remains that the of $6.50 and license suspended bring the matter up since he again Daylight Sawing/ Time, Sponsored by the newly organized had promised If elected to
Due to drought conditions, state depends on the big blowsto for 30 days. had been requested to. that la. Be prepared to set ( local chapter of 'the stop special favors to a few
i State Bank the Fire Danger Alert Status keep Lake Okeechobee J. D. Murphy, disorderly Chairman Orle Wiggins suggested your clock ahead an hour at National Association for the persons in the county and,! 4a
Accounts now Insured has been posted at nearly all as well as smaller lakes in conduct by disturbing the the Council agree to 2 a.m. Sunday, April 28. The Advancement of Colored People use a business-like approach,
I up to SI5.000 by' of the 23 fire danger stations the state up to their normal peace, forfeited bond of wait until. the full council hour of Bleep you lose on that the rally is set in the on the board."I .
r Federal Deposit Ipmr- maintained in Florida by the levels. Florida escaped, hurri- $3750. could discuss the matter. Coun- date may be made up the last Reno section of Starke at the can say tonight that
I; -,- Forest Service. In Bradford canes during the 1967 season J. D. Murphy voluntary intoxication cilmen Nell Tucker and P. T. of next October, when Eastern Allen Chapel Baptist Church, these things have ,been done"
ante Corp. County, the "build-up factor" and the lack of 10 to 12 inches forfeited bond of Nolin were not. present. Standard will go Into effect corner of Florida and Keller Shuford said In a brief talk:

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Letha Ogburn of Lawtey; Mrs. weekend. turned to Keflevlk, Iceland on Three I II Elaine Murray, of I Lovett.
Lila Rhoden and I Charged president '
Judy Thomas Mrs. E. K. Perryman has returned Monday after 20 days leave. Band Concert
Admission is BO cents
is for
i chapter announced that the
r Mrs.Hampton Anna; TaccLa.Dennis Grlffis of Starke and; days with from Mr.a and visit Mrs.of several Comer I With Carelessly!: I FHA exhibit' won third place in;'Set For April 25 adults, and 25 cents for students

and Mrs. Minnie Merriman of Perryman In Jacksonville.Scott Drugs Used .Burning Woods the Deparment of Educationat .
the recent Bradford The Bradford High School
.. Waldo. County -
McIntyre of Jacksonville As
Mr.'and Mrs. Stef- i Three have been Fair. Baud will present a concert at all kinds. Metal
Raymond Is visiting his grandparents persons I SIGNS, or
25::> in ,
-LInda Pateraon. 8 Thursday, April ,
GLADYS MOOTY anelU and daughter of Ocala Mr. and. Mrs. J. H. Du- ToldA I charged with carelessly burning Reporter p.m. under Cardboard The Telegraph.
I the BHS auditorium, the
N were Sunday visitors of :Mr. Pre, for several days. the woods in County ,
Phone 964-7608 I, and Mrs. Henry Steranelli. Camping Anastasia State talk on drugs and their I Judges' Court here by a Florida |I direction of Bandmaster Virgil
Mrs Janet Harvey of Key- Park at St. Augustine last Increased use in modern society Forest Service investigator.
Debbie) Cocomise and Donna' guests of Rev and Mrs. R. D. stone Heights has been admitted week were Mr. and Mrs. Rob- was given at the Rotary Club Released on $500 bond each ]I
Matthews of St. Joseph's Burch. to the Starke Nursing ert Barksdale, Mr. and Mrs. R. Wednesday by Ervin Andrews, are Katharine Dean, Walter) wwC
Academy, St. Augustine spent Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williamsof Home. A. Colson and families, and local druggist. Brown, and Johnny PIttman. ,1{
the weekend with Mrs. Loyree Athens, Ga. spent the weekend Starko Shrine Club Annual Billy Huggins Beverly Mc 'The speaker avid that most The warrants dated April 13\, I I
Cocomise. with Mr. find Mrs. :Mace Chicken. "' 1)iiup f May 18th. Rae, Wilbur Waters and Mr. people who become addicted to were signed by Investigator I I''iF !
!Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green Williams. I Mr.'.,and: 1\1\ ,",. Fred Bennett and Mra. Sid Shuford and drugs/ are those who are emotionally Charles A. Davis I,,' I IE
and Mrs. J. H. Fields were Mrs. R. O. Dansby and;M q. and Mr.\ .and Mrs. J. C. Sim- family. unstable, or with other Forest Service officers nay | -
vlaltlngr Mrs. Harold Ford at Rodney Hall and KomJwaU liv) biormj %peiit "Riiiraday} to Sun Mrs. Edith Christiansen Is personality quirks who are attempting the long period of dry weather -
Merritt Island over the week Ozark, Ala. last week visitingMrs. day at fishing! camp at We- spending some time in Orange to escape from reality has produced a dangerous fire WfEl 1
end.Mr. : Dansby's mother, Mrs. laka.Mr. Park with :Mr.: and Mrs. Ron and the pressures of hazard and that extreme caution liS: '
and Mrs. George W. Marvin Andrews. and Mrs. Marlon Harrington aid Crawford and son. Mrs. W. everyday life. I should be exercised oy
Brown were visiting friends In Mrs. Gladys Weldon had her of Palatka were week-: H. Hart was visiting the Craw- Drugs are divided Into three. the public. The Forest Service I
Mandarin on Sunday. four children and ten grandchildren end guests of Mrs.!! Gladys Har fords last week. classes, he said: the amphetamines has advised delaying any burn-I
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hartzellof home for Easter weekend rington.Mr. Airman, 1st Class Robert F. which are stimulants; Ing planned, until the ground Whether It's a family affair, din- I
Daytona Beach were Easter Including Mr. and Mrs, and Mrs. Robert Underhill Edwards, who is stationed In the barbiturates, which are de- Is moist. )i u j
guests of her father, Dr. F. E. Steve Weldon of Macclenny, and family of Melbourne Sunnyvale, Calif at the Satellite pressants; and the hallucinogens They say the long-range I ner for two, or a business en- j
"" Bellinger, and Dr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. C. M.\ Patrick of' were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Training Center, Is spend- such as LSD and mari for conditions 1
forecast IB dry
gagement relax and 1
H. G. Bellinger. West Florida, Mr. and Mrs H. Moncrief last week. ing a 20-day leave with his juana. to continue in the month I you can 1J
Mr. and Mrs. T. I.. Casey Bill Weldon of Lake City, and I Russell Judd of Clewlston parents Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Andrelws said there was no ahead and that the danger of leave the servii.V to us.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Payne, and ::IiI'. and Mrs. Jim Weldon of ''I was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward. Airman Edwards is a evidence of a local problem forest fires may become greater -
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mulllns. and Jacksonville. Also her brother, Fred Bennett the first of last computer operator. with drugs, but that the use the weeks.
in coming
their children were. camping at W W. Shaffer and son of week. Mrs. Clyde Hersey and chil- by teenagers and hippie typesIn 3
Tornoka State Park at Or- :Mount Dora, and Mrs. Frances Darby Peek of Lake City was dren, William, Becky, and David some of the larger cities Ask Those Who Dine Here About Our cl
mond Beach from Wednesdayto Haskins of Jacksonville.Mr. visiting his mother, Mis. S. L. Newham, and Denise spent was becoming a serious prob FHA NEWSMiss III 1
Sunday. and Mr*. W. Jeff Powell Peek Sr., on Sunday. last week visiting friends and lem. He said that at the present '
Mrs. W. S. Slade, who broke ton-ln-la'.v' and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harley relatives in Orlando. While time Florida has no state Delicious Buffet ;
u '
Ellen Rellka
: foreign
her hip ing fall at home on vi r.andbir.'.'. W. B. S cwe 11, were in Merritt Island over the there they visited many pointsof enforcement or narcotics laws student from Lahtl,
is confined In St from III. weeked Mr. and Mrs. because the state board ha
Saturday are moving Chicago visiting interest in the area, including Finland, was guest speaker at SERVED DAILY
been defunct since its ;
Vincent's Hospital. N. Y. Al
Valley Harley.
to Springs the site of the new Disney the Tuesday meeting of Future
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Will. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whitley of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollmanand World which is now being con resigned several months ago Homemakers of America.
lams and children of Largo, '''air Lawn, N. J. were last I Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Swin- structed. following a disagreement with TWO HOT ENTREES
and Seamen John Spengler and ,iVednesday and Thursday via yer attended the Mann-Oliver Mrs. Mark Moody has returned the Governor.He She gave an interesting discussion Lunch h Buffet t $$1.25
Tom Prentiss of Charleston, tors of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie wedding at St. Simon'a Island, to her home in Green said there is a new Bu- of the difference between TWO VEGETABLES I
S. C. spent the weekend with Shaller. Ga. last Friday morning. They Cove after spending reau of Drug Abuse Control schools In America and
Springs Federal Funds, Finland and also comparedother 11:00:() a.m. to 2:00: p.m.
with ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham Mr. arid Mrs. Fred T. Peden went to Jacksonville Saturday several weeks with her sisters, operating
Mrs. Spengler. Jr. and daughter, Janie, spent afternoon where they celebrated Mrs. W.; H. Hart and Mrs. but that it has no personnel customs of the two ASSORTED SALADS I
and Mrs. M. A. BaldwinJr. with on In Florida. countries, such as dances, muck -
Mr. icvernl days nit week Mr. Nollman's birthday Edith Christiansen. I
had as Sunday guests, Mr. --elutlvc In Columbia, S. C. and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs' John Deas and,'I dating, and movies.In ROLLS BUTTER Dinner Buffet $1.75
and Mrs. Jimmy Hall and family laheville N. C. Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkins, and daughter, of Luke City were Clay Jaycees spite of the differences I
of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs Mr Hobble Shaller returned on Monday. In customs, family TEA
Mr. and visiting her parents, Mr. and On COFFEE 5:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m.
D. L. Baldwin, and Mr. and were Saturday, night and Sun- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn of Mrs. J Mrs. Baldwin Sr. of Starke and lay guests of Mr. and Mrs.H. Hampton Lake had as Sunday and Mrs. W. F. Herlong 'Wet-Dry VoteA the speaker said. i ._ -=
the senior Baldwins' house- E. Bradley Sr. In Leewburg. afternoon guests!! Mr. and Mrs. have had us visitors', Mr. and
quests'; 'Mr. and Mrs. KennethJ. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin !10. M. Silvernail, Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. Frank Brabham of Galaesvllle .- statement to the people of
Baldwin, of Springfield N.J. Sr. had as wekend guests, Mr. P. Hazen and daughter, Joy, on Saturday, and Mr. Clay County concerning the
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kramer end Mrs Kenneth J. Baldwinf Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shoaf and and Mrs. Mark Herlong of wet-dry referendum set for
and Miss Beverly Patterson Springfield, N. J. daughter, Stacy Lynn of Ocala I Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. July 23 has been made by
returned Tuesday after two Robin Warren and Denise Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan George Richards of Lake Cityon Green Cove Jaycee President Mountain Breezes In Florida.YOU
weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs Middleton were visiting Mr., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wise Sunday. Randy Brunson: .
John 'E. Patterson In Beaver 'and Mrs. Clay Mlddlettm in and family of Gainesville, Mr. Starke Shrine Club Annual "The Green Cove Springs
Falls, Fa. and attended the J \Fort Myers last week. and Mrs. Ted Duncan Jr. and Thlrkrn Dinner May 18th. wish to express their I
Patterson-Paula. Stanyard wed Tallahassee, and
Janle Moyer of Jacksonville family of Mr. and Mrs. James Cash appreciation to all the peopleof
ding.Richard spent the weekend with her Harold Hutcheson of Kansas. and daughter, Adrienne. of Or- Clay County for their Interest BET
( Wainwright made during the week
ousln, Susan Wiggins. Other guests lando were visiting Mrs. Cash'sparents and participation in the
jie Dean's list at FSU In the were Mr. and 'Mrs. George Sen. and Mrs. CharleyJohns
Dr. and Mrs. to before the
Heinz project
Stoelting Jaycee
last quarter. Turner and Mr. and Mrs.

of Mr.Columbia and Mrs., S. C.C.E.were Langstor weekend I of for..Berlin Dr.a week.and, Germany Mrs. D. W.are Whlffen guestsf ville.Wynn and family of Jackson grandson Mr. and over, Mrs.Gene the' Adolpn weekend.Tanner Gay, and returned -< voters an"The Important of question this county question.Is whether I IC1ayl] Cool It With An Air Conditioner From The Home Of Comfort

guests of his sister, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Bob Millbankand last Friday from a ten-
Arlen', :McKnlght. Local admittances to Brad children of Central City. day visit with relatives in Texas certain types of alchollc bev-
Starke Shrine Club Annual ford County Hospital this Long Island were Easter : and Louisiana.Mr. erages may be sold legally In
Chicken Dinner May 18th. week include: L. H. Gibson guests of her parents, Mr. and .' and Mrs. Bernard Huntof Clay County. The Jaycees I
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby Gerald Geiger, Mrs. Isabel Mrs. F. T. Hogue Sr., at Bed- Bonifay were visiting Mrs would like to make it clear: TO. ..tL_,. _NI"n. Easy To Install -- Just 59 Ibs. "
attended the Easter cantata at Simpson, Bobby Biggs Arthur ford Lake. The F. T. Hogue Jr Henrietta Hunt on Sunday. fiat their only concern is to
the Westslde Baptist Church In McRae. 'Mrs. Hazel Fender, family of Jacksonville were Mrs. Lucile Davis spent Fri- give the people of Clay County )I Light
Gainesville Sunday night. Harry Davis, Mre. Annette their Friday guests. day to Monday with Mr. and an opportunity to express)
Mickey Dansby Is a. member of Bowen! Ernest Eaton, Francis Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. In Galnes their opinion on the question., I t
the choir. I ttonner, Marvin Meyers, James G. Caldwell over the weekend ville. VIe are a civic organization, imunn ruunu? ?
Miss Patricia Campbell of Holllngsworth' and Ernest Philips were Mr. and Mrs Mathew R. Mrs. T. D. Dyal has had as not a political one; therefore, I IRII PER MONTH
= lake City was Sunday guest all Starke: Guylford Atkinson of Ontario, Canada, quests Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mc- the Jaycees will not take any
:- of:5Mi: I and Mrs. Charles Cow- Arnold\ of Lake Butler; Mrs. who were on their way home David and family and Mr. and part for or against this ques- .
o err and son, Dan. !Ruth' Shockey and George I after spending/ the winter in Mrs. Joe Taylor of Gainesvillem tion in tne coming election IO .

Mr. and 'Mrs. Wayne Williams Kaufmann of" 'cKeygtoneHeights EUHthl. Sunday, and Mrs.- Ruby; In February the Green Cove ONLY
] and family of Hansford, ; M'rs. lI "Saxton of Starke Shrine ('Ilib Annual Britt and son. Ray of Ocala Spring Jaycees:! circulated] a I $9900 I- '
W. Va. were Sunday overnight Hampton. Admitted and discharged Chicken Dinner May 18th. the first of the week. I petition calling for a wet-dry
this, week. were: Mrs.BINGO Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Mrs. Charles Sawyer' presi referendum; 9,500 copies of
11II ', ':, '. .' 0 and family returned Sunday dent-elect of the WSC3' ': and the petition were mailed and
I --- from Whittler, N. C. where Mrs. Jack Eaves are attendingthe 4,000 returned signed. The ,
/ -' they spent the past week. I annual Methodist WSCS Clay County supervisor of registration -
Mrs. J. C. Vining and children conference in Miami from certified 3.491 of I

of Palatka were Sunday,Tuesday to Thursday.Mrs. the petitions, over a thousand I .. OLD RANGE
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. E. M. Davis was In more than the required 2,341. .
VInJng.Mr. Archer Friday and Saturday This Monday, April 8, the -
and Mrs. W. S. fleas visiting, her sisters Miss Mamie Clay County Commission set .(
and children were touring Anderson and Mrs. P. E. the election for Jaly 23. -
South Florida and visiting Stone while her granddaughter,, ROUND-UP SALEMAGIC
EVERY SATURDAY points of Interest last week. Beth Mixon, spent the time Civitans Hear
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen with her sister, Dorothy Mixonin
NIGHT visited Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Gainesville. Of Elementary
-- 8 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. David Christ -
Parker in Brooker on Monday. Fitness ProgramMike
Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Steta- opher and daughter, Tammy, -- -- CHEF
nelll visited Mr. and Mrs. Al- of Brundldge, Ala. were week- Sexton, Starke Ele-
ST. EDWARD'SPARISH bert Stefanelll in Jacksonvilleon end guests of her parents, Mr. mentary School couch, was the
Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. They breakfast speaker at Tuesday
( and Mrs Max Furlongand had as Sunday visitors Mr. and Mornings Civitan Club meeting. : With These Features:
HALL family of Tifton Ga. were Mrs. Harry Stalling and fam- He was Introduced by Charles =--- '
visiting their parents, Mr. and ily and Mrs. Bobby Allen of Francis who was in charge of ;, :Lift-up Top .

Mrs. V. V. Hazeii and Mr. and Gainesville and Miss Sara the program of the day. t Clock and Timer
Barefoot of Jacksonville.
Mrs. J. W. Furlong over the Sexton told of the physical
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews fitness program of the elementary Glass Door -- Giant Oven

R '; Mr.were and Sunday Mrs.dinner Bruce guests MathewsIn of I 13 boys school and, noting 17 girls that of only the II iJ i
; a
;; .
er B Gainesville.Mrs.. Mae Jones and grand' entire enrollment\ fifth passed and the sixth National grade i'' k.. ? Your Range WorthMre At

,,' daughter, Anita Jones, of Fitness Program. There are O.-
: Slade Gas
A Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. over 100 boys in the two classes I l' and Appllanc'esh
: R W. E. Mlddleton.. on Monday.Mr. and less than 100 girls, yet
and Mrs. Keith Cilliflg-
girls met the requirements for '
ham and children of Jacksonville ..
passing of the fitness programmore $239.00
L spent Sunday with Mr. easily than did the boys. __
YP and Mrs. Guy Sale. Sexton could give no expla- ,6-- = YOUR TRADE .
Starke Slirlmt Club Annual nation for members of the t JQ QQ
Chicken Dinner May 18th. "weaker sex" qualifying other
Mrs. Patricia MdLendon of than the changing times. I
A Rock Hill, S. C. and Miss Jean LOWEST PRICE Sfggjj'
Mundy of Tallahassee were I )
I wekend guests of Mrs. W. B. rN EVER--- .

H ] N Mundy. Is Repaired,
Mrs. Sue Mile\ I
was visiting
_-_ ReportsThe ONLY
,, II. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Miles in $10 PER MONTH
I Macclenny' over the weekend. /
drainage well at
I Mr, and Mrs. Charles Cod.
Lake has been
THE PEOPLE'S repaired)I
CANDIDATE 1 frey of Aiken, S. C. were visiting and la no longer siphoning off'i .
| her parents, Mr. and Mrs. water needed to maintain they -4 .

I Tyler Jones over the weekend. luke level, according to R. E.I '., T HEAVY DUTY WASHER'DAYS15lb.
I They were joined en Sunday ,by I
You will be Jones, foreman of the Bradford
important to him for FOUR YEARS Mr.
((4) I and Mrs. Buzzy Green and County road. department. I I

not just a month or, two before election time! family of Gainesville Jones said that a new piece I
I Mr and Mrs.\ H. A. Lawson of 12-inch. casing has been putt I .' ; Capacity Washes Everything from

:tHe will return the power of government to the home had their for children the wekend and,families including water in place has, and been that stopped.the loss of I Delicates to the Kid's Most Soiled Clothes-

: people, where God and our forefathers intended it j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson Recently, lakefront property Automatic Water Saver
of Tallahassee and
I owners have been alarmed at
to be! I :Mrs.: Bill Morar of Panama the drop In the lake level. I
" City,.Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordanof They attributed it to the drain- ONLY Sii
Ask those who know him about his CHARACTERand I Lake City, Bud Lawson of age well and asked that it be : II I I

ABILITY! Marion, N. C. and Misses Elizabeth capped, or permanently stopped ii ,
I Lawson andlMary Deley up. I PER MONnl.,
'I )
E "The short time before Of Riviera Beach. After investigation, however,, I
May 7th will not permit me to see all the Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. the
people of this County, but if elected I Howe of St. County Commission decided I 10
promise to make a concerted effort Petersburg were on repairing the well rather
to see EVERYONE before taking: office. Monday and Tuesday guests of than stopping it up entirely. I
I Only
:Mrs. R. A. Newsom.J. The well was dug around I960 $18950SLADE T1]

Vote The Two-Way Ticket for County Commissioner I Riverside. L. Gentry Hospital returned lat Tues-from sometimes to help dram;flood off waters the shallow which! I

dayWhere he was under observation shoreline of the lake during a
voTE and treatment for a hurricane or otherwise rainy II
BRYAN AND week. The Gentry had aa season. Whil e it was under )I I' GAS AND APPLIANCES
FOR BRADFORDI! weekend pests Mr. and .Mrs. construction, a workman got
Hoist C Beal and on of caught up in the powerful ;
Macon. Oa.GTO3 suction and suffered a serious :332 W. Madison St. Phone 961.7701 Starke Fla.
| Tom. Moore re-/ leg injury. 'J .



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-.. APRIL I$, 1968 BRADFORD COUNTY TKTJKnRAPTl.': RTARR1H. FT.OTtmA isectlone!II One Pare Three

Woman's Club a I Easter Egg Hunt I tary of CJ 'Omega Sorority ,ling the.C7 Confederate who

I :Mr:,'Bennett.-wUutatorlan, ofthe | are. burled 11the old part of
Hears MayorOn At Matthews Home .1\IOt\ graduating class of''the cemetery. The division
.a ftt St. Augustliia-lllgh School, Is president, Meet T Aubrey
1 Civil DefenseMayor Mrs. John Miller gave an a-sfnlomt Florida State Uni- Morse of Tallahassee, wUl five

Easter agg hunt Saturday I versity, majoring In engineering an address and other out-of-
Carl Hurst spoke to afternoon for her children science He Is a member of town guests will be there.

members of the Starke Wo s h ?r t r Kevin andiMnry Anne and nine 'aatt 1 Phi Eta Sigma, Freshman Mrs W. H. Norman, histor-
GLADYS' MOOTY man's Club on local civil defense little friends at the E. L. Mat- ;4A' { honorary: PI Mu Epsilon Math ian, gave a program on South

Phono 964-7608 at their meeting Wednesday thuws home on Adkins Street ,+ honorary; and Phi Sigma Upsilon ern poetry.
ib I afternoon of last week in The youngsters hunted for {, ?- I engineering honorary. During the social hour refreshments -
lieu of the scheduled speaker,, colored the yard and!
( eggs In I were served to the
r Capt. Courtney Roberts of : enjoyed' refre-hments. The UDC Announces .15: members present,
unable to
Gainesville, wus table In the yard, was covered i
attend. The speaker was In.- with a party cloth and Memorial Plans
troduced by Mrs. John Sanders centered with a punch bowl, Hardy-Cubbedge
Mrs Guy Sale conducted the Easter The W. T. Weeks
I around which were : chapter, of
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hardy
meeting and Mrs. A. RuslIl'nNorman with U D. C. made
basket favors filled candy plans for the
Starke announce marriageof
gave the devotional. mater eggs. I I :Memorial\ Day servlre on April
1 Mrs. J, D.Warren. reminded .. their daughter, Dorothy
Mrs. Miller assisted by 28 at Crosby Lake
was Cemetery Cub-
ofihe Breakfast I Elizabeth, to William a.
I members May I' her mother Mrs. E. L. Matthews I i i at their April meeting at the of Palatka.
to be held May 8 at 12 noon and sister, Mrs. Bob home of Mrs. E. L. Matthews! hedge took
be 3 The wedding;; place
and urged that reservations
:Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mrs. F.
Ferguson "'-" ... Ga.
H. C. \ April 10 In Folkston,
made in advance. Mrs. ,, ', I J. Pellum were co-hostesses. Pa-
Ritch announced that the dedication 'c"r ," > W\ Home Economist Wall-Bennett At the Memorial day service The couple will reside In
of the Woman's Club c latka. .
/I ?;rXMx : I monument will be erected I II u
'I i-v :
I park would be held April 21 Club Plans BazaarThe J Engagement Told from
.; at 3pm.Mrs. o> *.. | and dedicated! at the main entrance $9.93- Bradford County Tele-
F. W. Strickland presented Home Economist Club The engagement and approach of the cemetery honor-
,: graph. Ph. 964-6305.
V of Mrs James -- >* ? I
I the names S met at the home of Mrs. Ben < MR marriage of Miss
V. Crosby and Mrs. R V. h; ", ." ti5Wed r Baker In Green Acres last Nancy Dutton Wall to Samuel
Turner who were; elected to Lola Allen Eonru-tt Is announced, by
I Thursday with Mrs Coming Soon .
:7: New officers for the Bradford (County Hospital Auxiliary membership. This brought the Johnson presiding :Miss! Walls parents! Brig. General .
total to 19 new members for __ l and, :Mrs Harold C. Wall
: Installed Tuesday night (from left)! 1\11'8. J. \V. Bitchy prrttl- I Plans were made for a bazaar I
the year. of 3G-1 J Arrendondo Avenue, St. Gainesville's first exclusive shop for the
: dent Mix Lillian ht vice' Sin. Dan Pater, will
, ( ; Stump president; It was announced that the in November There II Augustine.The '
jreoordlngsecretary; Mrs George Brown, treasurer; and Airs. I club made approximately $300as In Recent Ceremony be a work day at the Agricultural I bridegroom-elect's: par- Mot h er-To-He

}M. W. Cressler, corresponding secretary Not In photograph: i ii sponsors of the Strawberry' I I building on Friday, April ents are :'oIl'. and Mrs: Odis II?
i ; Mrs Kilward Hall, 2nd vice president. Beauty Queen Contest held recently Mr. and MrH. Danny V. Thompson, whose nuii-rlnffo, was 19, at 10 a. m. Everyone is Bennett also! of St. Augustine '', EXPECTANTLY

1 i under the chairmanshipof an event of March\ 1 In the First Baptist Church of asked to bring a sandwich and A June 8 wedding is plannedIn

: -, Mrs. Ritch Installed As President Mrs. V. J.: Spengler and vllle, with Dr. limner G. Lliulsny, offlt'latlnK1. Mrs. JIM'kNOII'1 working material. the Trinity Episcopal
: I committee, Mrs. Vlda Fish The club will meet May 9 Churrh St. Augustine 706 WestUniversity
Of Bradford III the former MIHH Renee Moore, daughter' of Mr. !
1 Hospital Auxiliary Dobaon and Mrs. Guy Sale. at the home of Mrs A. C.
"". F. Moore, of Lawtcy. The couple Is residing: In JiickHon\llln. A 196-4 graduate of St. Angusline YOURS
I The president announced that Ellis on Rising Road, off
I Mrs. J. W. Rltch was Installed who had served the required the FFWC convention will be Brownlee roadRUBBER High School ''M1811 Wall

(I, as president of the Brad- number of hours. Those who held 29 to 'May 2 In the graduated from Florida State
j'j'I ford Hospital Auxiliary at the passed the 1,000 hours mark Robert April Meyer Hotel in Jacksonville Mrs. Edna Hart Farewell Dinner I STAMPS: and; University on :March\ 11)! with Full line of maternity near lingerie .

I .1, general meeting held Monday were Mrs. Cocomise. Mrs. Oarl. i Elected PresidentOf For Mr. ChasteenJim Pads.- Brad '01'11 County Tele'I n is B.S. degree and in nursing. She bathing suits sportswear dresses
a, member secre
t night in St. Mark's Parish Mathews, and Mrs. Eva During the social hour the DKG graph. Ph. 961-G305.; past

"House.(i son. Ander-I hostesses served a dessert ChapterMrs. Chasteen, who was -

Other new officers installed I Mrs. Cocomise course and coffee. Edna Hart, .of 'Starke, transferred to the Glades Correctional -

at this time in a ceremony president's annual report and. was elected president of AlphaNu Institution at BelIe\
conducted by Mrs. H. C cited the projects accomplished PTA Hears Talk Chapter of Delta Kappa Glade on Monday, April li, as 1

Pitch were: Miss Lillian through the years as the G\ mma at a recent meeting business manager, was honoredat I
Stump, first vice president;: members gave their time and On Rehabilitation held In the Woman's Club of a surprise farewell dinnerat f.

Mrs. Edward Hall, second effort to assist In raising Lake Butler. Mrs Muriel Norman the Chiisteen home given by
Martine Carroll, Vocational the of the Stale Prison
personnel THUR.
vice president; Mrs. D. N money for providing needed also of Starke, was elected ;
Service Counselor ,
Pater, secretary; Mrs. M. W. important equipment which I treasurer of the chapter,
was the speaker at the high he waN employed.
cressler, corresponding secre- helps to provide a more modern which U comprised of women
school PTA meeting Tuesday Jlrs.: F.lbett: Nettles served
tary; and Mrs. Margaret hospital for more efficient cafeteria. teftcheru In Clay Union, Baker, fRI.Y
night In the school tia emcee for n skit on "high
:Brown, treasurer und BI'udfurd"IOU"S.. i
i services to the community. I
He slated that the program light of your. life at Huiful'lloIuring
During the business session Among the projects were: the Is designed, 10 take children Mrs Willie Mae Denton, of thepavt Mix yell 1'1:1: ." Mm i

presided over by the outgoing( complete refurnishing of the who are not good in ,chantbe'UUNC l Starki', was Initiated into the Nettles\ use wiolu a plain' in SAT. ONLY!

i president, Mrs. Loyree Coco- main lobby at a cost of $1,200, I of mental, physical, or chapter in an Impressive ceremony his honor with the signatures:

'mise, (gold pins were awardedby three reclining chairs for hos- emotional handicaps, and motivate by the president, Mrs of the department written 1G

Mrs. M. F. Hazen to those pital rooms, $310. Positive them by teaching prj-' I Lucille McLemlon! of Orange around the poom anti had( It

,-- pressure machine in use for, vocational skills In order to I PI frk. Mrs. Norman, program framed' and reviewed the, historyof
SERVICE SCHEDULEST. heart patients, $675. A chair make them employableMr.. along/ with a pieceof
EDWARD'S CHURCH lift, which saves nurses from! Carroll said the financial and l Delta Kappa Gamma from, luggage as a gift from the I i
I in
the time 'of its founding
having to lift heavy patients, emotional returns from thisprogram depaltmrnt.Eight I
Starke the 1930's.Dts .
Texas during
are very gratifying.Jim i I I couples' enjoyed the occasion :-
Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. $275. The establishing of and Denton holds bachelor
t Thursday Mass, 6:30: p. m. stocking the hospitality shop Temple, president of the I and master's degrees from the ( with the Cll.istccnti. I I
Miraculous Medal Novena: $1,000. A hamburger grill usedat PTA, suld this is one of the I University of Florida, and Is

Saturday, 7 p. m. the Fair $66.96. A steam most valuable programs In the a member 'of Phi Kappa Phi JohnsCashMrs. I / P
; table donated by Ous Kopel- school and announced that I
Delta Pi
Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7; and Kappa rkleyunn, Knznrlan of
ousos stero record player and along with the regular scholarship ,in a
; active
p| m. I< religious records donated by ) program. It is deemedto Club and
-.sT. WILLIAM'S CHURCH the Starke Woman's -I
I I Mrs. Charley Johns of Stjuke
Rev Merle Packham. Shrub- b<> one of the bet for Us and 1 Is of-
Keystone Heights. the Flnilda1 I ICommittt.o the BF'W Club, 1 un. and James Canh, 'mm of Mm 'I ( l l5o
bery for re-landscapln the size In the state by flee holder In the BiudforUI'M I. f
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a m James. Cu.Hh Sr. and the lato
I ,and 9:00: a. m.Wednesday front of the hospital, $37.. A I of Southern Acc.d"Il.allun : 1 iicutlon AHWK-lUtlon. Mr. Cash' of Oilando, wore I Iulllt".1
total expenditure of $3,4(5395.( I AH-orlatloji of Colleges Duet to the, growth of w'luiols 1r
: Mass and NoVena in inuirlagH\ un I'YMav.Muroh ,
,7. pm.; ?.,. ,Amount In the treasury ftt I'' and !School: l, Iin Clay: County st !!W!- chapter !lfl. at.j...hnniti wcxlillii.ir. ; ,
the the: .I Betts :III II'; will installed 'on ,
o -STUMAJtY& CHURCH.r beginning y&v M In Orlando In 1 11 I! presence of
4. IVfACclenny.Sundav 199700. Amount taken in the May 3, made up entirely of the Immediate families Rev \
Mass-: 11:30: a. m through different projects was I 11000. Balance left at teachers in that county. After EJdon: Simmons of ,the First 1 f tit r 't\ /
end of the year Is $3,014.50.Mrs. that date, Alpha Nu Chapterwill Methodist Church In Orlando E

Cocomise thanked all consist of teachers from the I
performed ceremony.The
members for their assistancein I Baker
Bradford, Union couple la residing. at
these past two
Counties. the Cash home, 527 W. Goldvies M
LAMINATINGPreserve a rewarding experience. Installation of the new
years The ,
I Drive, Orlando
After the intallatlon, guests(, chapter and officers for both

were invited to the tea table chapters will be held in Mac- SHOE ; ( lwg ,
which was overlaid with a lace clcnny on May 3. Garden ClubThe f 1 _/ i

:year valued photographs and document! I cloth and centered with a'I, Starke Garden Club will I'
a' ;
Seals permanently Water-Proof. 9 by any white compote holding Birthday Dinner
Length. spring arrangement of sweet-i i have a program on Conservation -

QUICK SERVICEBULLINGTONS I peas and Iris Mr Cocomise I For Mrs. V. Owen Monday night at 7:30:

presided at the coffee urn. Refreshments p.m. at the home of Mrs. L.
I were served by the I Mrs. Virgil Owen celebrated a
V. Hurdin.' i SALE ', ,,
hostesses, Mrs. Titus O1oon.!| her ,68th birthday anniversary I

hostesses, Mrs. Titus Olson Sunday when her sonsinlawand ,. -
Mrs. Robbie Shaller daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Recent Births '

C R. Wilson and Mr. and ,
.1!I 1 Mrs. B. M. MoRae, gave a Bradford County Hospital an- '

covered dish dinner party for nounces the following births:

Vote her on the grounds of the Mr. and :Mrs. Wlllard Ray I Ladies' Heels Flats Sports
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Lake. Waters, Jacksonville, a son, .. ..- ...
Brown on
ForCHARLES 14. I f
| ,.The 27 guests; enjoying theI April -
I affair represented four gen- Mr. and Mrs. Cnulle Edward! I Girls' f

:[ eratlons. Those from out-of- Ogburn, Lawtey, a son, Rich I flatsSports

I to&Ti' were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny and Edward, April 14. i iI :,

I O. Goodman and family of I Mr. and Mrs. James: Fenderl I ,.
and Mr. and Mrs. IN A RAINBOW\ '
SAWYER I Lake Butler
Starke, a daughter, April 16./| ;
t Dewayne McRae of Jackson Buy one pair et our olreody low'prices and pick another' pair forhave

+ : ville. I OF GORGEOUS COLORS another for pair if you pick out a $5.99 pair you can

An Easter egg hunt was enJoyed __ __ $5.99 It a $12 value for only $6. Two forth

BRADFORD COUNTY ) by the children during I price of one'l OR-pick a pair for yourself the second one for

the afternoon. THE SOUTIISIDE 'I TO CHOOSE FROM'' > daughter. OR-pick a matching color handbag for only 1t.! Hurry

CHUSfCII: OF CHKIST .!..n'. miss this for J -. AU_ ... Thursday Way. Sal/ day.only!

SCHOOL BOARD Episcopal WomenSet Invites YOU 4

District Meet I

DISTRICT: v .t At St. Mark'sThe To Hear '. HANDBAG SALE

district three Women of THE GOSPELOF
c ( ChooM from synthetic potent and calf In many
the Church will hold
Episcopal 1
Elect new ilyUi, ihapm and six** Including some
their spring meeting on Wed. should
bags. Only In shad** of grmn, yellow
nesday, April 24, at -St. Mark's 8:30 Sunday Morning II V and orange. Buy on* at regular price- pick a ,
A PARENT-interested in providing the best education possible Church with registration at second one for If, OR-pick equivalent price
9:30: am. Wl'XE Radio -Dial 1190 shoe for If
for all the children of Bradford County. I I
At 10 am. there will be a ,
;... his celebration of Holy Communion Worship Service ,,
A BUSINESSMAN-who recognizes through own ex-
with Rev. Fred Yerke Sunday 11:00()() A.M. =--
the necessity of sound judgment in budgeting ,
perience in business ficiating. The Women of Of'j Sensational Purchase

matters. Remember, we have the largest governmental Mark will nerve luncheon Bible Study Sunday LITTLE BOYS -
budget in the county, and we must be assured of fiscal responsibility. at 1 p.m.$1.60 In a plute.Appearing the .Parish Hou>le I I 10 A.M.% and 7 P.M. NOIRONShort IY. Be Ig 'n Little' I Sister

on the program 3 Mi. South Dn US 301

will be Rev. Eugene: Ruyle and : I V PERMANENT PRESS l., '1dr
in standing for his beliefs and
believes ,
A CITIZEN-who up Rev. James Hardlaon of Talla ; t .

convictions. Dedicated to the belief that an elected official hassee. Mrs. Shirley Norton of r =---f: ,. .

must! address himself to insuring the citizens of proper representation Jacksonville, Diocesan president THE BRADFORD t \ Short Sefs
will the short
preside over '
through study and discussion of problems and pro COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,
meeting. '
posals. Published every Thursday fabulously 4 ,, i
I i o
New River WMU at 138 W. Call St., I $1.49 $ IO@ I.L priced 1 ) ,r .,rd 1 ,

I Would Appreciate Your Vote On May 7th I Plans LuncheonThe I Second StarKe class, Fla.postage 32091 paid fafu r s 'J, V. al only SET

general meeting of the I at Starke, Fla. .. i'J j t
Won't you join me In a drive to 'New River Association of the Subscription Rates: full cut snorts with boxer s Cool thorn with smart crop tops In 1001 5
WMU will ''be held at the First I waist with matching no no Iron coiion. Many styles to choose ;
for the of our Baptist Church In Keystone In trade area: J4.0O per' Iron knit shirt In blondadtrpi. from. little sister .i... have boxer waist' .t
provide progress Heights on Thursday, April 25: I year; $2.25 six months.Outside Non-strsfch ribbed Big' sister has band front, box.r back. A t ,
Snit great value at
collars. Buy tevf ral for a great special purchase
children through the betterment at 10 a.m. 'i' tmo area: $,&.::10 mix; and mafch.Siz.s 4.6.8. sale price.. Pastels! and prints sze.2.OX.)
Rev. W. A. Hogan and Rev.
Lawrence Carroll will be guest per year; }2.SO mix months I SIZES 7-14. only $1.50
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of our schools speakers. A covered dish luncheon E. L. Matthews, editor and
will 'be held at noon.

(pd. pol. adv.) l. __ publisher i Starke Plaza Open All Day Every Day Fri. SIlt. Until 7'rIIURSDAY I".M.


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..' that the Brooker road to US home If she ommendatlon to the Council on Tuesday May 7, 1988 at 7:00P. : quarter (sE' ) of Nortlieant I Miwted to the City Board of
didn't drive over of Section 2H. AdjunUnent for its recomrnnnd-
fn. the City Council will hold Quarter (NBH
Brooker :Rally .301 Is resurfaced. the road.". : She cited her famUarlty I -Was told by Supt. Oscar "uIi> '|' hofirlnir In the Council Township 8 South, Rann 23 atlon. All Persona Interested are
Johns also Mnted- zeveral with heavy equipment Davis that the labor for the : Chamber at City Hull!, 'atark, I K R"t. In the City of Stark,,. lailraiironl I Maimed' to ue. I.r..llnt.t Bald >r
i UM, upon. u petition to County' Florida time and place. and they. shall ,.
drainage projoctuHirtiich. have through 'working with her sewer lines to the Ruby Johns nniKird, Oriaiic'o lIlA entitled ;to, be a "U-ii"I -& bo hoard.
Starts Action been carried outrwithu: -='thecounty's :husband In 'the road contruc- 1! subdivision will cost approximately "Zonlriff. ,I OidlnancH. City of reHldi'iii'tt. .. district within Dated thin April 16. 1068.
i' incanliiK, such Zoning. One, A. WigginsChutlruiuan
1Inethe 1 and that the 'inirHuunt' to .
dl"al: tion $2,129
new and
drainage business.
for Ttcnonlnfr, to designate, the 'ance.I'oplnH' City Council
cleaning out of Alligator, She 1 pipe can be laid for $1.50 per .. 1//he of 1 .hej *
... :[Contln d From Page One) promised business-like i j i City of ",,,'h petition I are Attest:
Creek: Water Oak Creek and I efficient administration;! of the foot. duMcrlbed UK file. and, "dully be examined In Merrill Edward .

Heasks'Te-e.ectlon on the record Gum Branch. Al: >rojqct is road' program if elected. -Was told by Councilman W"Ht,[ hair rNKVi( W 'r' / City Clerk It 4/18

he has established.Corhmlbvlon scheduled on the Sampson I In the District 7 State Senate McRae that the Issue of City
I>ist. 3 'Canal I as soon as'weather 'per" I race, incumbent Sen. J. fire trucks going outside 'the I I

Newcomer Ralph Bryan, mils, lie said.Commission. ". Emory I IRedJ] Cross said he city on calls is still under

challenging incumbent Jeropie Dist. 5 helped get $686.000 In new discussion by the Fire Depart- j

,Johns for the District 3 como. Defending District 6 monies for Bradford's School i I ment Committee but work is ;
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..... mission post also stressed Commission post Incumbent program in the past legislative being done on the problem. "I"

maintenance and improvement Zedra Hamilton pointed to the session on. education. He said I know your predicament, .. !
----' of the county road program if county's new commodity. program he, is the man that can get Chairman! Wiggins told Fire

"he is successful. He also mentioned as an outstanding; .thln'' 'sdone" with his many ', Chief Red Buford in assuring Shine/ / Still Cut Up : f fIt

many other things he complishment. Hamilton, finishing years experience In the Florida -,,: the chief the council would :1 SAVE SOMETHING ,
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"./would like to see done but his first term, operatesthe Senate and the seniority strive for a solution to take 'I "
T.ap... .which,/"he said there was not program which, he :'said he-has built up.Challenger : the load off the chief's back. i Tliln. 400-gulloii mooiiHhlni' Htlll mm 'ut up by county your Income Is five dol- ,

-_. time to mention in one speech. distributes 15 tons of food per Ed Peck spent -Was told by Supt. Davis I city, uiiil slate officers I last FrUluv, April 12. lars a day spend but four. If '.

...... .',i"I; didn't; want to become a month to needy families."It 'his entire speech attacking' that over 100 new water me- Found In north Sturke by Deputy Sheriff Glen Moore left it Is one dollar spend eighty "

_-I 1 'l politician, but came to realize gets the groceries where Cross' position on education ters were Installed in the last the |IHt contained 3.10 gulluiiM. of Npollml mauli which had( gone cents. If It Is but ten cents. !

-. nothing can be done about they're needed" he declared saying Sen. Cross was an week. The Utility Departmentis bad after the operators| abandoned It. With Moore are Sturke

--..> the county's problems from The only promise he mad "advocate of Florida Education putting the meters in as Police Chief Bobby Biggs. State Beverage Agent Claude Veal, spend nine. If it is three pota-

-' the outside looking in," Bryan in the 1964 campaign Hamll Asociatlon sanctions"and fast as they arrive and the and City I'utrolrnun C. C. HiitchpHon.' toes, save half a potato for I

said.Johns ton said. was 'for a fair and is a "high tax man." Sen department can get to them, ':FIve Mill have' ''been .rut up In the past HX| week by I seed. Thus you will gradually
ntends to spend this impartial administration and Cross Peck said, supported In Davis said. The city has been acquire something: while if
local! .late. and federal Moore .
offl'lallt. Deputy said, uhlcli
tell the "I've strived I with broken meters
campaign trying to for that. 1967 the increased sales tax plagued
I from may be tins reason the operators of the above Htlll left it. you spend and consume as you
the revenue
people What has happened in Mrs. Hazel Underhlll Paulk and a severance tax on min which cut
the county over the last four challenger for the District !5 erals. Two men were apprehended by Federal authorities and are go you will] never get ahead

years, he said as a basis for post pointed to a "world of Peck who said: he has disposed water.Approved a trip to Miami charged In ir.S. Court In Jacksonville. one Inch in life, but every

re-election. Projects he men- turmoil confusion and over- completely of his timber May 1-4 for Supt. Davis and Alnit confiscated or destroyed at the above Htlll was a sunset will look on you poorer

tioned in the Brooker area taxation." Interests doesn't agree with Councilman McRae to attend 100-pound leu* <}Under a funnel anil a go burner.InHpnctorx. than at sunrise, 'because you
Included paving at the Farm- "A cry of the people of the lawsuit going on [with the annual meeting of the
will have unprofitably
er's Market. hauling clay for Bradford County of 'taxation timber companies] or with the Florida Municipal Utilities As- ,

the Brooker softball field and without representation'," got people that brought the suit. sociation. Clerk Merrill Edwards I .: Mm Hoitnle riePiwliut McKlnni'V, lIIo'M. Frames. Crews, ., I one day more of your strengthand '
told the Council the No '7(21u'rk : WllDHIII t U-orHN1: Rivera.Precinct I, allotted term of life.From'Arthur's .
the repaving to primary spec- her into the race, she said. Bob Saunders a Gainesville your
Holland.lnH ,
No. 14-clerk: Mm.
flea t ions at a cost of $350.000of That will\ ] be her battle-cry oil firm jobber, stated emphatically budget for such travel has |>*>rtorfi' : !Mm. (Curenn' McNuul. I'rHnc," H ]>1.n"y., I I
county secondary road she said. that he Is running for been cut into drastically. Sire l.onlm. Hroxtcm. Mm. I lnHp"'ctor,.: :SI rs. Omie Jordan.Mr -

funds of the OJrooker hydro- Mrs. Paulk also attacked the District 7 Senate seat and -Was told by the clerk I: 'HITIIB I'leclncl, c. Rnblnwin No. 8- Clelk. A. II.lliirlev ,, .. fleiirKia 1.*. prevutt.1'reclnct A. Kayburn. :Mm.Mui'Kurot .

carbons road CSR-1351. administration of the county'sroad not against Sen. Cross or Ed that Gulf OH low bidder on Jr.Inapoaton. No. ISA-Clerk: :Mm. Lady'sHome I
The board veteran city gas for the coming year\| : Mrs. Vtra Graul'.n Theo Dyci.lnspe'i.i'p. I
Ip seven-year program giving an example Peck. But he said Cross was fi-ftgy Sheller Mrs. : Mra. Dorla Kelluy, .c.f Magazine,
p and former chairman of a woman who told never accepted by the Pork- met specifications and has loHe). Jackson. Mm, l.jdla CroHby, Mm.; Shirley I ,
a said that if re-elected he "will her pine trees would grow in choppers when they were In been accepted. I'lpulnri No. 9- Clerk : J. B. Grenn.Precinct. J June 1871Courtesy I \

a do all In my power" to see the middle of the road to her power and now the new I hi liinoeitor m mood. : :Sir". Jn< Elln Har- Oloiida;; Andrew, Ni:'. ISn-clerk: 1I1.r. t ))1 ,

a urban oriented legislature Trustees Approve ilv. !Mm. Hiiisci L. Howell Mm. ta '
I Florence Innprc torx: Mm Mu nice ]i Ii'
a thinks he is a porkchopper.Thus Flynn.P'u'II Moody., Mr B. Martfle DobbH, :II....
rendered 6 Principals <.u :\o. 10- Clerk: Mm. ucllle;: Hreen. I 'l I
the senator is Ruth Orifflu.Influxtors. orIS.
Re-Elect ineffective, Saunders said. I : :Mm. Muttln Sll.lcy It 4ItO'I'ifi ,
out Continued from Page One] !MrH. Jerry Kudatt. Mrs. Cundla I FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS : ,
The challenger pointed'' :
Hlxon. :% ] I & Eli I
I ; that; Sen. Cross was the only I'reclnrt No. 11 Clerk: W. The Houril, of County ('om- : : AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I
p to vote against the nator of Adult Basic II. MaXHIlll. ,mixHionurH, Hradfoid Cunnly.1"lnrldll _
!J Art Holliday legislator tion at the vo-tcch Educa-j InHiiiTtorH: :II I'M. Clm-lrc, Ad- will I I receive, Healed OF STARKE .'
substitute teacher bill to al- Recommendations' of kin., !Mm. Lllllni Hull Mm., bids fur the "'r..<>tluii. of an
Hellu Bruwn.PiHdnot Automobile. InHpiMtlon, Iliilldlnifto '
a 6w counties to employ per-
and the trustees must
I who do not Casey N.... 13-Clerk : Joseph l I.e opened May 1, 19SS at
It sons'as substitutes be confirmed by the School H. ValliiNkl, 1, 10 III") u. m.. PlanK for till.* bu hid- I'
t County School Board hold degrees but pay them Board before they become fnxnectorH: Mr. Ethel Itfiyinoncl Inc may bo procured, from" thecifflce ,I ,
the rate as qualified Mr. I'ourl 1 1..1 I | Inir, : of I thn 'lel'k to tin Hoard I Iof
; t: District 3 final. A special meeting i Is set Jr". Belty Ili-KlHtcr. ; County Comml8loner:; ; I I.. '
County at ad-
I Large'A teachers. Saunders said he Monday April 22, at 7:30: p.m. Prui'lm. Ni,. ISA-: -Clerk.: Mri. (Charles .\. Darby
\ Vote mires a man who sticks with for the Board to consider them. Joan Prcvatt.InNpiiftom Cleric to lint,rd I
For Art
llolllday IM A
Voto For Sirs 1 Siirnh ( ,
beliefs but said Sen.'Cross. 4/18 it 4-2D:
QUALITY EDUCATION The trustees and principals It. A. CiiUon, MrH. AI. If. I llnxeii.
I J for all his seniority, "could will meet again next Thursday Precinct N'n J isu....Clerk' : Mrs. :\(El'I'K I

Your 'Vote and Support i is Greatly Appreciated not muster" a single vote of April 25, at 7:30: p.m. In, the ISorma. J. Lefcvem. Null'i I I I In her.'iy Klven, Hint 1

support. courthouse to go over Casey's .
Saunders also predicted that recommendations for reappointment -:
( adv.)
pd. pol.
Bradford will be a "swing" of teachers on '

county In the May 7 primary nual contract. 'an-I'

and:! could determine the out- 'ISu, ,t. Casey reported this I

come of the election week that approximately 2,750 I mST

How to get cash if Rep. Eugene; Shaw unop- frerdom-of-cholce pupil : WITH llUItST

posed in the Democratic primary tratlon fortns were regis:1' I:1 !
thanked the people for Monday, April 15
allowlna him to run without, tiling: them with the school I I Iayatrm. ,
incom .
jour stopped tomorrowOnH opposition. There were 3,400 forma !: .

mailed( to parents
I .
/ '" out of'every three men o'er 85 ''''III''be dlnabled before Those students whose par'- '

6;). One out of three. Can you afford. to 'tte one of these, ? !i Borrow PitA ents did not return the forms i

If you woie' unable. to work dun ti.> HlcknoHH. or accident by the deadline will be assigned '"., j

where would your come from. ? For to the school nearest their I ,
innney ,Jhow Jong, ? '
Would It be '''' ket Fenced rcnldpnce" ''which has space _
enough > cotrr all 'iI '; available I 2
expenses .
(. Casey said! the forms have j
not been tabulated. ] but he r' '
Nationwide Insurance can we that /t. fContinued ] '
I you ( from Page One f.+
to have that done the 4
get the CHNM. you need., Nationwide' J.,' I.i '. \ hopes by ,
In other:action( the Council: May board' meeting HO assign- ,
Guarantor I
Income Plan makes .
-Accepted a petition from ments to specific schools can I
jour? family ,has c..wh when dlxa'blllty Townhouse Enterprises a be made. .

Htnpa your regular Income. Nationwide corporation of local men to I The superintendent also ro- c'
'.* Guarantor Income Plan pays you change a parcel of land facIng ported that Bradford schools ,

,from $100 to 'BOO per month. accordingto Brownlee Street In Reno are operating smoothly with ,i

the plan you choose. And benefit which now zoned 'C' for com I only 38 days remaining on the '
SO mercial' to 'R-2' for multi- school calendar for the. '67-68 Elect
can Htar{ days after you are .lIlUtIll.tl .
term Schools will close on I
antI continue up to age 85 foranil sldml'"'* family' 'dwellings. The corporation -I exercisesat ( "-
Bill PowellPhone Juno 6:; graduation : t
life for accIdents plans to erect low rental I Bradford High are ached .. Carl Hurst, f .1
901-8181 housing on the property located 4 ,

Cull me today for more details shout .401 \6''. 1\ladIHo. directly east of lola Lit- uled Friday, June 7, \ ,,, : a successful I it

NaUol1\hle'lI Guarantor Income 1'utn. Starke, Flu. tles'] Place In Reno and southof I
c ,. '
Brownlee Street attorney
The man from Nationwide is on your side for the petitioners, George. I Steno Notebooks, Order Book, N who

Fierce said. etc Bradford Connty Tele- :

NATIONWIDE INSURANCE A public hcalng has been uraph.' J I I ,. knows how to

Nationwide Mutual Insurance set Tor May 7 before the
Company the RUBBER STAMPS and : give T
Home Office : Columbus, Ohio Board of Adjustment on S ., your tax
Bradford Tele-
proposed zoning change. The Pads- .County I ,

Board will then make its rec-. graph. Ph. 864-6305. I Give a young Ii, dollar its

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"na-I man advantage *
rnlM"l ;ner or Urudfoul" I'oil .
Me 1-MnrlclH. I HUH. $,.I''II'd The Kollowlnff I
Help Help You '. I To Art AH ,'I..I'k"n,1 Leadership 4.t', : uJ in Law '
I nhl"'cI', In The filffon-nt Pro. ;
rlni't. fit The. OfHinlyKcir,, 'Phi-. .
And together. will l 1'9 rat Prima 1'11'1'11'11I,1; AlMo '
we help our A 1I"t Or The PollUiK I'liinoa, abilitya Enforcement
To Do IIld| | | on May 7, I r!> S.Prerlndw .
County Tax Dollars t And I*.IMn c IMnrrw
save by taking 1 I-Lltwl"y City Un.ll. chance!
2 awtvy Kvcreiitlon, Hull. I ,
'i Bradford County FairDnlldlnR. ,
advantage 25
years experience ,
4- Bradroi< County, M lnt.n- I
ante Burn Weal On Woldun To '
i in a business engaged'in land Cimn.l.. Klirht I nil inuiU. Unit
lliilf Mini-It on I, IMiclitE I, ELECT
-Bradford flIght4cIiooi.6StIuzar'a '. I
clearing, road construction, and the Hnnm, lIavKimHlchway ,
I Acrll1'he Ituud '

;, operation of heavy equipment. I I From 7-R.IK Buck' High Nortnnn.tfc:.hool.; I

Nutloiml Uunrd, Armory, CARL HURST
((01,1)) -
I B SouthHldo Elementary. ,

.. Please Vote ForHAZEL HOUHO.School 10 Theresa Community ,I * * *

., 12 11--Starka Hnmpton Public City Library.Hall. I *

13A Terwlllcgur Motor,

., Went taB M.idlion.Droughton's, Store Gra. One of the major factors which helped to re-elect four
PAULK my opponent
years ago was his
., I :Madison ham.M- Kate Street.struth'a Keildenio to the people of Bradford County: promise

15A. Uruolter Community
Homo.ISU .

New l River.- Kimlco. Moody' HUUHU, "This is the last time I will a sk people to "
you vote for
, County Commissioner, Dist. 5As Klll.ST PO.L.'IU"'WnRKF.JI"un T. SOIlS ilKCTIMAV : me. I IT

.. must of you know, I have been associated with my husband, Dave Monloy.Prntlnct limpnctora No.: Mri 1Clerk Manrlo: 'Karl Sue.. SHERIFF RENIGS ON PROMISE TO

ltIIlsh, MrH. Dorothy UcnnetlMrH RETIRECarl
I'aulk, for the past 25; years, handling all business and legal matters as : KHzahPth Crawford.
Precinct No. 2 Clerk: C. F. '

well as all bookkeeping, assisting in the preparation of all 'bids, plus Carter.lmpectnm: MrH. Burbnrn J. I, Hurst wants you to help fulfill the promise his '
Jordan. Mm. A. C. Pearue, MrH. opponent made in 64
.'", keeping daily records: of each piece of equipment and each man working Dorothy Moultrte. To retire and be sheriff no more.
Precinct No. 3 Clerk: MrH.

for: us. Since the women of our country are called upon daily to do a Nellie P. darner.rntipectora: MrH.. TSlHle Nurman, The retirement time has come the is late
lI"'" Shi'llt* 'Hull.. (ierle. MrH J. age ,

man's work I feel It is high time we have more women representingour t'. Knight .. Vote a young man, Carl Hurst in office in '68.
l'i.Thni'1" N>k 4- -Clerk : JiiH |>hA. ,

county government. I favor better governmental relations between OlsH.v.IimiKctnrn' : Mr... Myrtle W. This
.li>nH. MIH. Mnry ij:. Notirel, you can believe : Carl Hurst pledges not to ask you to let him remain
ALL parts of our County, and will be available at ALL times! to ALL Mr. KrneHtlne Underbill.Precinct in office until 70.
:No. 6 Clerk: lIlr8.NIlII age
the people of the County. McRae.
Inspector: Mm. Sally Crawfnrd. -
Mrn. Wllmii, Kronenberifer,
Mr. Nick I'lOBby.Prerimt I earnestly solicit active -
(pd. po]. adv.) B \\hlleh.a.l Vo.. --Tlerk: I\rs. A. your support and vote on May 7th ,-

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., Muruaiul .Suruiuli.' .

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I How New Middle School Will Work and Thursday Priyt*M-.etOH.-CJh Bible nceiAC7'71401'S4id1;'>otr m.

K[ I Rehearsal 1:30: p. trt.
Operation of Bradford's new experience.; no walla or classrooms like ed "carrels" for students to seventh and eighth grade students health and family living or Friday Junior Choir Rehearsal -
35.000 square foot middle!. There will be no grades!, and those In which most of today's stuffy:: privately. will operate from the industrial arts. Other than 3 p. m
Brl school will contrast sharply! teachers will work In teamsi parents spent their formative Book shelves and equipment same home base [tAQA : that class change Las in senor 1 1.A
I with the concept most parents The new building&', to be com- years, Principal Jockel -ays. storage units will be the only The four teachers In each high] would be non-existant. t classlffed ad b> the T..Ucrapb -
I have of school from thelr"own I< pleted next "August, will hateWORLD'S The new:'Structure will be a physical dividers between this academic quest area will work)i Nine elective courses of 12 brings ......... 'I i
, 11I118111''illO-foot square with. a area and the academic quest together to plan their stu weeks each will be offered; ,
theme of openness and flexibility areas. Students will be strongly dents' academic experiences. with a 36 weeks year a student _
.' encouraged to use the ''re- The teachers will have com- can take six of them. l Elect -
Home l base to each of the I source center In their work. plete responsibility, more than Under Prin. Jockel's planned r Y
SMALLEST t. 679 .students will be one or "No longer 'will a student ever before, concerning what program each student will W.
flM, units termed, by Prin. have to request a pass to go their students' study Prin.. spend approximately five E. Lawson
ELECTRIC Jockel.! and his staff, who ..developed to the library, they'll be'right Jockel says. hours per day in the academic
row ; the concept, as "academic there in It." Jockel says For example, teachers In quest area under the supervision -
ADDING ',;4 quest areas... To each "These students are going one AQA might decide to havea of one of his four teachers. ForSChQO
of these areas will be assigned to learn to use resource ma- particular concept In modern Students in Bradford's regular -
MACHINE four academic Instructors terial."' mathematics presented to junior high program/ BHS Golfers End SeasonMe ) ;
each a specialist In math, Academic life In the new their class. Of the 133 stu- spend only three hours and 40
I: science, social studies, or En- school will revolve around the dents in the unit probably 25 minutes day In academic
Unitn&x Mill per niters of the 1908 Bradford High\ rolf Man (1-r! > kneeling -
glish, and about 135 stUdents academic quest area. It Is this would not be able to grasp the classes.
: :Mike FOUR" Richard Roberts and Dale John; standing: BoardDISTRICT LJ
unit which will the concept.
Each academic quest area provide
transition from "Teachers will have more John Torixli', Paul nirLnml, Bill Brown, Randy Jones, J. Roy
will be. larger than four ordin- elementary The math instructor would academic freedom than ever
Chustt-i Itlll AiliimH, Mike Mltrhell, and Coach Mike Sexton. '
grades to high school.
ary classrooms but' will be explain] the concept to the before," Jockel says.. -
separated only by "sight dlvlders".such Each academic quest area large group while the other "This program places] the responsibility Choir Practice, 8:30.:
as portable chalkor will .be Independent of the three teachers would handle for the education MADISON STREET Thursday Sunbeams and LIBERAL
s 1ts bulletin boards. Others In the program. Students the small group at its own of these students on the BAPTIST CHURCH OA's meeting 3:30: p. m.
Each: academic quest. area will take tests and will level. This is an example of teacher" the principal says,, EQUALITARIAN
> will also lead onto what Jockel] be assingned' to Area A. B C D team teaching.! "That's where It should be." Sunday, April 21 Sunday FIRST METHODIST
'terms a "resource learning or E on that basis and on the Eeach student under the Responsibility such as that School 9:49: a. m. Morning CHURCH STARTLE AMIABLE
center" situated In the middleof basis of their previous year'swork. new concept, will be allowedto means more planning for the Worship at 11. Youth Choir
the huge barn..llke school. begin work at his level and teachers and Jocked has made Practice, 4:30: p. m. Youth Sunday: Church School DUTIFUL
I Nearest equivalent to this unit Each AQA will be working progress from there room for seven hours per week Fellowship Supper, 5:43.: 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship
I would be a library but this at different ability levels and Students will leave their free time. Teachers will be Training Union 8:15.: WMU 11 a. In. Snack Supper for
''I b! area Is to be much more than those levels will be broken AQA three times per week for free during the three physical Prayer Circle, 7:15.: Evening MYJV that. It will include equipment down even more within each physical education classes of education periods and twice Worship, 1:30.Wednesday: 6:30: p. m.; Evening Worship
storage and study areas.It will unit. Grades will not be a factor 1 hour and 15 minutes each per week for two hours when Prayer Meet. 7:30: p. m.Monday'Prayer. RBLIGIOUS.fpd. .
have besides regular library for assignments to a'particular and twice per week to take their students are in elective Ing, 7:30: p. m. Church busIness Group 10a. ( pot adv.voo" .
I THE.. .. ._ INDESCRIBABLE Unitrex M3 tables and chairs, units call- area, however; sixth elective such as music, art, classes. meeting 8 p. m. Church m.; Methodist Men's Club?,

Compare these outstanding features! Large capaclt: .- .
-lists 10-totals 11. Credit balance, fast (180 ,
cycles/mln.). standard, roomy keyboard, light even ,
touch, size-no larger than a telephone, weighs |Just .
B'/j Ibs.. well-placed motor bar, paper roll enclosed included.for A ... .. ., .. /
true portability, handsome carrying case '
hj"n sensational, qualitybuilt portable machine for years Of
_' trouble,frta service TERMS AVAILABLE' "\
Only 109.50
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STARKE MAN has been delegated by Life In- I"
surance Company of Georgia to participate in flag-

raising ceremonies at the new Life of Georgia .- .\' H H

Tower, the company's 29-story! home office buildingin
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Atlanta. I I .

He is Julian E. McRae of 1317 I bil, C \1 1i'r
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t- to take part in the April 29 ceremonies : cia ..

t i ; as members of The Presi- i L ,

j x t t dent's Club, the company's top ,I "

r honor organization. lie earned .......','.
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membership in the elite group :

through his outstanding service

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Life of Georgia; ; Tower is situated on a 3.1 acre t. ,It t

landscaped plaza in the "uptown" business sectfon I

steel-structure building i I
of Atlanta. The just-completed!

is faced with white Georgia marble and grey- a' N>' i, b,, p0

tinted glass.! It is 371 feet tall.
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The Tower is hub for insurance operations car- & ;

ried on by some 4,000 people. There are Life of ; "1 \ ,&&& i trtS&b &

Georgia district offices in 115 cities in 11 southern I },

states. Georgia's largest!! insurance company provides I

nearly $3 billion of life insurance protectionto

millions of people throughout the South and is ".

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-Born and raised in Bradford County.A I

member of the First Baptist Church of Lawtey.A .

member of the Bradford County Fair Association : ( ,
and Chairman of the State Farmers Market \ 4l. 1(1 ,
Advisory Committee. '

-Served 12 years on the Board of County Com
missioners and 6 years as Chairman.

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Irene' B. Pairleh. fault thereof the Court hall
Court /
Service Wednesday 7:15: p. Clerk. of the Clroult. been brouglit, for the enforce! I to judgment In thl I Ibe.n
I By BeulHh M. Moody ceuieeiC .
II had
FIRST BAPTISTChURCIl m.Charles Reese, minister. Deputy: q'rk' mast of a lien a aln.t real If Bald within Don't Be
e STARKE '.21 4t 4iiJM1BDLE property situate, within the the State nerved of with Florida process 1. Thl
I Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. ', Middle, DIMrlat of Florida' ; that order be published In a news-
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I BIC PENS. BaD '.lnt"Refills. : DtstfcKJT of frloHdn.iJaokwautlU cannot be Hfl'vdd 'within theFtat DECEIVED
1 1 Morning Worship at 11: ser ,.,>t>("l.lon. Unite* of *.!....1&: that. It U paper of general circulation<
f mon, "Did Not Our Hearts .'- Bradford County( Tele% State. '-W' America, Plaintiff VI..lames'P not practt);'<,'-. to nerve her not In Bradford lees. than County once each, Florida week. ,)I
/ : Biun Within Us?" Training graph. II P rcwn aim hone. personally: An.. that she haa for alx consecutive week prior :Uy Advertised Prices
patrl..li. hie wife 1> not voluntary: appeared;,herein. ; Total cost of contract I I..*
Union, 6i5.: ,Evenmg Worship No"e7a3t' to the return date hereinabove
t Nt.TICK TO WEFKND : "Cl:Iv.: -J.; Order B'I .
? It la therefore ORDEKER ae what actually Get
7:30. sermon, "Hezekiah the IN CIKCUIT! CURT BRADt i .. I denlirnated. DONE AND ORDERED you pay.
: FLORIDA-m BorvIC by .bllea tlon follow: .1, The defendant In Chamber., at Jacksonville -I the REAL FACTS before
.- King Who Prayed." -onn COUNTY, oaune oame-tv: DO hoard upon 11th
ahall Florida this day
Irene B Parrluh appear
CHANPBRY.( !: > r yon sign. Our payments are
Motion of n'elnltff for an
: r ::i" F' Monday Youth Choir JEAN RE2W13 In thin cause'' and plead to the I of March 1988. CHARLES R.
I Plaintiff, tot1 ",vine by publication, orde'l complaint filed, h.eilon) \ or SCOTT. JUI>aID. from $8 to $15 per month
Practice 7 p. m. New River V8BUOWABD P>e.rJn. trat this before May 7, 888 ; o* In de- 1-11 et 4f9FIRESTONE'S I leftn, with the sumo down
N'IEW' 1968S Baptist AsM>clation Executive >m.) HEWSDefendant.!, '" payment and number of
Boar Meeting. 8
:: p. m. NOTICE' TO APPEAR montb. to pay 5 per cent
Tuesday sunbeams and bank financing./ No hidden
TOol Buoyant ''E.'Rewia.You !) '
Junior Choir, 3:30: p.. m. Primary ar* hereby, noutled-tba 4TH ANNIVERSARY. SALE charges. Ten top manufacurera -
Choir 4 a suit for divorce hay been represented.

Wednesday -p Prayer m. \feetIng named riled iKalnut Court unf yot caune In the and above.you THURSDAY: FRIDAY, SATURDAY THIS WEEK LOW
I I 7 p. m. Church Choir aro required to iwrva a copy of
; MUST AN CiSI Practice 7:43.Thursday your answer. or pleedlrs to the,
1 i : complaint on the Plaintiff; .'Attorney ; lit.. OVERHEADDoes
Associational Hon Lax Oreen. P. 0. FIRESTONE
WMU 10 a m., First Baptist 1200, Starke, Florida and file FRONT END It!
I ,10 \1 S ./ \ \ ."" :C v". w I Church, Keystone Heights. tho the Clerk original! of In the tin,Clroult. office Court''*o r 'Champion Blackwall ALIGNMENTSPECIAL

: Visitation, 7 p. m on or tiefnro> tM 22nd day ot 650-13 The Owners -

;, ;; TO CHOOSE FROM FIRST CHRIS'riAN CHURCH trillions April. 1U6P o* ;mill otherwlae Complaint the' .alls wll I ,. .with. >rwtppable- -trade-In- $12.95 oft your I Dad and Ilrad-
bo takep an CV'fleleed by yoiK .
Drive The Trucks.
I L. Thin notice jha'l be published. cur
It > Sunday Services: Sunday once ei cri IC'I top lour eon, 775-14 $14.30 DURING THIS: SALE ALL SIZES ONDISI'LAY
School KftfutlVft weekM the BRADroRD !
9:45: a, m. Morning In .
I I COUNTY 'TEIBaRAPH.,. pins $1.81 fed. exc. tax & 09c ale. P
Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening 1668Dated this Und div o( March tax REG. < 55 8 10 12 WIRES

; LOWEST Service, 6:30: p m. Midweek'' CHARLES A.' 1>ARB )plus' $2.19 fed. exo.tax tax & 660 sales$7g5. 44 P 5 AND I'/i EXPANDABLES' BATAS

825-14 $16.15

.c.t, .plus 'LS5'fed5 exc.: tax & 74c Males Value 1 Only I GENEVAPl10BILE
PRICE IN t Cocktail \VaitressVanted\ All tax
Tlrew Pun-hinted During This
: Parts and Labor to Install Extra
Sale Mounted FREE
LYCE'S BAR ..If., -Nnednd. '. HOME
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-1 j Miles! North Highway 121 at help you get your car ready for the
t State Inspection. Our Safety Check !:Sticker will be
t rIv; \ placed on your
Alacclenny Florida:
mile S.E. Keystone
.. t. windshield ''-'Drive 'In today for your free inspection at .
Route 100.
$ FLORIDA I Heights on
Good Salary -- Good Hours 312 W. MadlMonStarke. OPEN SUNDAYS
a CALL COLLECT Flo. Phone 473-4320
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I If you find your name among the Classified Ads conditioned $13 up. 10 different ?
I A. C :, .Gulf Service name brands to choose from.

I I, .'; ".;",">', .","".. ..._ '."-_._." ';". ". .. come to Telegraph office and receive TWO rl\1111'1! SEED PARTS Parts if" excellent repairs aM

t.' oRa,<,;...."r' FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- ,Top Pekxe for Wrecked pare makes. KIRBY SALES &
.1 SERVICE 712 N. :Main Gainesville
ti.( ,' '" .j :24 'Hour Wrecker" Servlc
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& : Theatre Passes clh.i.h.PUel
:. ':, .' :. Oil -
; ; > : > STARTING new classes for
t I AAA S .& n Green Stamp our late comers. Tap Ballet
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.. ;::. I\ L1: ." r, .., HASTINGS MATTRESS Hwy. 801 N. Wilds Acro, etc. Ph. 9647098. tfchg,

< .. CLASSIFIED AD. 'r ATE$ &ne UPHOLSTERY lemon I Bt WORKS PaUtk. 448-1998 I I

1 -M Up to 13 words ........ 1.23 "' Furniture Repaired LACY CONWAY JIMMY MOORE'S

New Dohn Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator Ic-J 1 '(Minimum.'charge!): Upholstered &: Refinished FLYIN3: SERVICHFLIOHT SUN SPORTS

I a ., INaTRUCTION. Air- .
'" Kutrh ,word over' 15.< '.. .07 MATTRESSES REBUILT plane rentals. Prompt Service
Greyhcund flue

1 Extra: rlutrgo<< If:not' ":.' Nkw'Innetspringa and B<>X,.Springs, 1 Charter. Keep your put together YOUR MONEY For Repairs

: paid In ad"ancess;;. : Drop U. A" Card) or OeD charter a bas Phone Starke Ph. 964-6791
Memorials, Resolution. unS.:PEGGY'SHALLEI INS VEANCEAl' Like new '1966 Speed Four
249) B.: 7 cent ,per word 'AgentRBNTALS I Irt'l'I1IM" AUTO FIRE. BOAT Only $599. -Mercury 650-

n 't1Tmk' -" DOYLE H. CONNER S3 hp Elec. Start Only $550 CO.
l>aj,,'W IIk-, or month.: -Brad
1 50 word' or IBM ..3.00 I Brad-ford'Coul7ty Phone tfchg Ph. 9645039STARLING
r---. ","Telegfaph.. FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 21
I U-fliiOo.<
r rt tf bath 'concrete block home In
for Math ward over' 50 __ .07 PUMPSNEW '
open businpsi: Phone
REAL ESTATE AND USED Saratoga Heights. 964-1'
BA ACRES UNIMPROVEDIniCED 7369 or 964-5839 after o p.

t $2,700 to $3.500 : Deep & Shallow Wells
Who says on eftici" ,.. nuptieafor, Available In both f hand, and? GATOR BONE LAKE I BILL POWELL Water Softeners & Fillers- CAREY'S FLORIDA TRADERS -

.. has to be on ssore?Not Bohn. eteetriGIhodtiis7Irms:; $215 | "' : Antiques bought and Farm Supply
py$ $1,275 RmU Estate Expert Service On
I The front an.. bock trays of the r,c.T. r sold. Top cash paid for Fine
I R-11 Spirit Duplicator close Into : EASYTERMS; ] 401 ;W. Madlicn St. All Makes Furniture -Gla.'l ware. Hwy 17 316 E. llrownli-n OGI-60H3

I a handsome, compact, dustproof 'oa fret trial I come In, See S. E. McKay ; Phones! Off 96-1-R484 II I Phone 961-7061) Green Cove Springs, Blanding
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pen vegjend| thli DURRANCE I PUMP
case. coupon Keystone Ilelglits Blvd. Orange Park tfchg
t M In performance, Ihs R-11 has"' : '";'w::. ANDLADDERS 473-4740 or 473-4192, : WE_BUY or: used anything furniture of value.apptiancea ,i AND SUPPLY CO. SEVERAL GOOD USED Adding LAWN SUPPLIES
Phones 473-4316
for mechanical features that make : : Dnhmers Discount House, P84- i, SP'jLIZING'- In sales of I Machines for sale electrics I
w- quick, Inexpensive Electric- 7928. tfchgr Rear: ELfate' 'and In appraisals ; subtraction, credit bal
; .=. copies. Patented wick distributes FOR FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE
FOR RENT for est&tesV, corporate and individual ance. Bradford County Telegraph
fluid where needed ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom ; 3 room and
no flooding. tf AND APPLIANCES:
owners. 30 years ex-
Us bath. bath furnished
Seabed Jus cottage. Phone
= An automatic master clamp $ 50 perlenckla}Florida land mat- UPHOLSTERING -
outside of city limits in 964-5337. tfchg
mokes it as easy to insert a mas DID YOU KNOW Ifa easy to I Pinebieezs ters. .JV',J. Thomas Realtor, FOR SALE Azaleas shrub-

.:.. ter unit In this Bohn Duplicator as 2 9 9 own a Longchamp Home? terms. Longchamp Easy Coast monthly: Co.I FOR SALE-Modern; & spac- Starlig,''VOa;>t ttchg bery, geraniums. Big Boy and FENNELL'S

to feed a sheet of paper Into a Better built for Florida liv Contact Buloid Mitchell, ious CB home, 3 b. R., Hi and Beef Steak tomato plants. Mrs. BARGAIN CENTER;
= typewriter. Only one control ing. Your pms!: or ours bath, large D. R. .FpRSALBPlckup V. R. Ferguson. Ralford Road. '
pone 964-6853. ,P.. O. Box w. Fireplace, peC .r.t963 Ford pickup, l'/j Mi. So. ::101 Slarke
knob runs the machine. No Your lot or ours Contact Bu- V Florida Phone 964-S227
-" Hand Model- 238 Starke. t.fOb1 room. Patio, Ut. R., 10 e4ced 1600.
"" ? .i camper.
.ew complications.: ford Mitchell, phone 064- Carport C. H. A C. In city, FOR RENT Furnished 1 EUNICE NURSERY
: : 6833, P. O. Box 238, Starts THANK YOU NOTE3-Beautifully choice location 17000. Only '. II .'1\pil, 473-3152 Key- Bedroom house.-Renner Apts. Tomato, Pepper and Eggplant

_,. :. .! "' $ 00 tfclig: engraved la 'gold or $800 Dn. Ph. 064-5388.\ 633 McMahon, Phone 964- plants, container grown.
# 215The NEW MOBILE silver $1.25 for box of 23, including 2tchg 418COMBR'3 Fl,1RY- House on 4ya 6279. tfchg Banded annuals shrubs. fruit

HOMES. Chic- envelopes.,; Bradford gcr S'i'! $ril located on Hwy. 801 trees. 2 mi. north of Lawteyon
kasha 20' 21' 1JAI! VIEW
x wide. Beach
.at.x Buddy- County Telegraph. 11WANTED bt41/1d Buck Carters tore, FOR RENT-Furnished Bach-
Ph. 782-
and '* iJ 391.( Turn at sign.
Clemson Layton travel trail. Cottages, at Earleton.) Cot-
r.. eelolttl' !: "tiOOSe! .Contact lor Ren
on right. apartment $50 a mo. 3465 tfchg
er"-tiborty; Taylor, Azalea tages reserved week or month.
H.I L U3--,4' sle Carter at ner Apts. 633 McMahon.
Buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing Parking $1,00 per car. Swim or abgygt arts.- 8tp 4-25 Phone 964-6279. t tfchg ARE YOU planning an extra
I \ free set up and de picnic free. Phone 465-1129. room to your home, garage

i .. .: livery. BUCKEYE: TRAILER! Waldo.: 12tchg 6-27 MEN WANTED Laundry remodel!, or make repairs? If

;'jI-:') :.'... ",1' MART INC, 6012 Blajiding, CASH PAID = clerks. Five day week, eight I JJTS MOVING DAY j so, call Buford Mitchell, Lonjf-
J'a1t. 7718776. tfchg ,'WANTJpD. *-Thr e goats, gentle workers, kitchen aids laborers, | Construction for Free
_*-: C.a: ::';,,rr", .\'' \ Good Clean Cotton Rags Vic LItteral Pretty Pines cottage parents, watchman and Move'' your insurance champ Estimate. Phone 9646853.

; FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Re- No Khakis, Wool or Place, sn-221 South of Hampton hour day. State retirement, vacations business to "The Man I tfchg

:: TELEGRAPH ;li ProudTo Announce frigeration Service. Home and Scraps. ) 3tpd 5-2 sick leave, etc. It In from Keystone"

Commercial. Phone 473-3090 terested please apply In -
60 TOWELs, $3.80 Brand person Push Ride
new. Used :Mower or
== p O. Box 19, Keystone. tfchK BRING TO ( Personnel Manager, Sun-
A New Com' Biggest. George E. LaRue
Dealership ---The' towelr bargain ever. land Training Center, Gaines; V\e Trade We RepairFIRESTONE

I FOR SALE "Exer-Gende." Bradford County Send $3.50 plua"Mo postage villa Fla. 4tchg 8-2 INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
plete Line of BOHN R.E.ROTA'fY{ I Revolutionary exercising do- handling per set. Bargain Free Pick Up Service

'vlce. Used by the pro athletes Telegraph, House, Box 565, Falls. Church FOR RENT 6 room house, Fire Homeowners In City

5 Spirit Duplicator And" /Mimeograph I as well as the average man. Vh.: 32049. lip unfurnished or partially furnished LIFE & ACCIDENT Phone 061-7593:
Price $2875 tax included. Call $50 month. Ooontact tf
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SALES & SERVICE: Home. TJARQE SIZE women's dresa- "
Coach Dave Hurse 964- Jeff Baker In Hampton. Keystone Heights 4734692No.
:: Machines And Supplies. Vic Service day lite Chain Saws; Poulan Chain I es.i Bargain prices on chil 4-18
.: 6315.: nights 5332615. 2tp
._ 'Saws; Yardman Riding Mowers dren's clothes. Johnsons Store, FOR RENT In Starke at-
I. 4tchg tractive 2 bedroom furnished
", 25 and 30 In. cuts: Big Waldo. Fla Itp' Oerald Wlliams :
Them Too. .
;: I 61o.-E-Z $140 per mo. income -
Wheel. 24 In. 5 and <6 eoo. LOTS, LOTS, LOTS power. See Joe McClellan. Ayer' WAITRESSES WANTED CB HOUSE, 10 acres, wooded, I $850 down buys these unfurnished house in the country -
.. Town Lots Out of Town Lots, Saw Shop 301 South, Stark4'I aWo: dlalwauher. Apply In per- 3 bedrooms wall-to-wall car- 2 furnished rentals. Close. to W. H. Nollman tfchg

Lake Lots, Lots for the finest 2tp 4-18: sdri Longhorn Restaurant 301 pet, 2 baths, living room w/flre- high school and town center.
r homes, Lots for House Trailers. south Itp place. beamed ceiling, den, NO.: 741- SCENIC RETREATon
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,, .-. :.:.cr.E :.. N. B. Rosier I dinIng sand botton lake and park Permanent Telephone Sales
: / ii tI" ... n .,. Let me show you what I have. built-in kitchen, paneled
or"'. >" '"_ These lots arc reasonably -' FOR SALE-14' Plywood Boat For call with 2 bedroom bungalow on Representatvles needed for
FOR SALE-3 bedroom frame tilt 12 h. motor. room. appointment i Bradford County. Leads furn-
FREE DEMONSTRATION Come priced with reasonable terms. trailer, p huge shaded lot. Cool summer
-- house with of land stove, after 3 9646947. S21.000. 2tchg 4-18 ished Liberal Commissions.
", ... .. Buy now, build later acre $323. Call 964-6688 breeZes. Convenient to shop- -
= I : % -J --;.'Xlti" : A. J. Thomas. Realtor refrigerator, bedroom suite, p.-m. Itp ping. Would you believe $5- You will be trained. Write
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___ GREAT LAKES Mobile Home. small outboard motors. Phone
J ----- on 301 N. 5 miles from 200. Jacksonville Fla .1322111 givIng -
I j t't'.j'; ;: 3.;, bedroom bath like new. 964-7261. 374 N. Cherry St. ''
'1 "" Hampton Lake Lot Starke. $3,000. Phone 264- REALTY age and phone No 2tp 4 25

.,,; 'o'..:.. :: :!; : w; 75 feet on Lake. 80 feet on 4108. Orange Park: 'tchg 'sacrifice.. Phone.,. 4734178.Stohpr 4-25 2tchg 4'25O. ;': 2117 STROUT N, Temple Ave., FOR RENT -FurnIshed small

highway, cleared and
paved GARDENER & HANDYMAN E. TELEVISION' Con- Starke Fla. :2 bedroom house. 734 N Wal-
ready for building Offered ata to keep up home and COOK WANTED -Apply In sole. Good condition, $75. See ((904)) G64-6609 nut St. Call 064-7444 or 964-
C w e> bargain with terms A J. grounds on Lake Santa Fe. person at.Tne Longhorn Res- at 321 W. Madison. Ph. 984- 5070. Itp

r Thomas Realtor. Tel 964- Pay determined by ability. C. taurant. <2tchg 425;, 6250. NEW Ping Pong table for sale,

Bradford County Telegraph 57M A. BaiTlnier, Rt 1 Box 442 set included; '', $20. call Mrs. FOR RENT-2 bedroi m house,

L 3'4 ACRE layer farm new Melrose. Fla. Itchg,.LOSE WEIGHT safely ONLY with 98c HOUSE for rent-2 bedroom James E. McRae, 964-6137. city limits $50 monthly. Ph.
equipment bUg. 470x32 12 Dex-A-Diet Tablets. furnished. $45 a month. 4th 2tchg 4123; 9645801. tfchg
x 58 Mobile Home. $13.500. FOR SALE- Plants Tomatoes -] at Mitchell Drugs. 3t.z.E house on left on DuPont road
Zinnias. Petunia and' Bradford In Lawtey. Call Mrs. James E. LAYER FARM 30,000( cap. FOR SALE-18 Babcock lay-
Phone 964-7487 Itp PHOTO COPIERS: ,
a: 'rtry! : :: 4 '. Marigold. Mrs. W. A. Stern McRae at 964-6137. Retired metal roof 4bedroom house, 55 ing hens 10 months old $25
f::: -: :,' ,3 ."s. 'l ... MAID WANTED: honest dependable -: Hwy :301 South, Starke. PM Count Telegraph. couple or couple with one ft. mobile home $53,000 Phone Phone days 964-5801 even

.."* zz.= ,ar; ;r ra 1 Ph. 964-5382. Itpi 964-5314. 2tp''1 25 .Nell: Tucker: .r,_,_ __ child 4tchg 5-8 984- OO8. UP, inaI. -l14T., ?_ 2tchg 4,25'TERWlllEGAIMotors ,

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I called red spider or may be rTYYYYYyyyy.......... children and Mr. and Mrs and families. training at Ft. ennlnll'', 0..
the two-spotted mite. We are Arthur Jackson, a'n of Jacksonville Craig starling spent the
Mrs Marie Elixson of Gain.esville .
I With Your Canary Agent t more familiar with the red ,,, \ Bavless Hiwav were Sun I8Y guests of :Easter hoUdaya with his cousin was dinner pest of
spider and they are not difficult Mr. and Mrs. Cro soy Charlie crosbY In East Mr and Mrs' Kenneth Eilxson
to control. ThIs booger Mr. and Mrs. C'. E, crosbY, Point.
OJ' Mn. O. Eo Crosby and, family BU1'l'day.
Mrs J L, Johns, Mrs.
with two tiny spots Is more Jack: Mr. and Mrs. Robertstarllng
destructive! and. harder to kill. aaWWW&&&&aaW & Underhill and dau Ilhter, Mary and daughters, Sandra and Mrs. Fred Johns was abop.opIng
Spring time Is BUG time, 80 Is a tiny fast moving Insect. Sue, and Mrs. 51.rah Lawson in Jacksonville Thursday.
suckers and the
They are up
I want to talk about a few Takes pretty good 1 eyes to see 1 Happy Birthday to :Mrs daughter. Sa"a Mary and granddaughter spent
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that I have observed during them In the bloom of a strawberry life out of plants pretty fast r k R Louise Norman Mrs. Nets an shopping In JacltsonvUle Dell were the Easter holiday with their SIGNS, all kinds. Metal 01'
w the put few dayS, I or the flower of apetunaIa. They live on bottom aide of Brown, and Miss Harriet TUesday. son Robert Jr., who Is In basIc Cardboard The Telegraph.DeWitt .
leaves and on a variety of _
1. The APHID Ia one of our': Sometimes you have roses Faulkner who all celebrated
The Kelly fai shies
plants. --4 enjoyed
most deatructful insects that that not they I
II dO open as birthdays last week
we sometimes call a plant should or seem to turn brown. Well, there are many more 4, Randolph crosbY of !Max- Easter dinner and an egg
hunt at the lake home of Mr. C. Jones Funeral Home
louse An Insect that lives on Pull the petals apart and Insects and many different YAle, Mr and Mrs. E. C. Har- !
Mrs. H. B.
InsecticIdes to I Kelly Sunday.)1
plants by sucking the juice I watch out for thrlp. If you use. am going dee of Ocala and Mr.and Mrs.
from the leaves and stems, to suggest Malathion as the Those attending were, Mr and:
them can't
suspect but quite BobbY Crosby and son of Gainesville Mrs. J .R. KellY'. Mrs. Marcus STARKE PHONE 964-6200
most versatile for
like a mosquito lives on our see them, blow some King Ed- were all dinner guests )I
blood. In addition to sucking Into the home use. It will do a good Conner, Mr. and Mrs Billy KEYS'rONE IIEIGIITS PRONE
ward Cigar smoke of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. crosbY 473.3176Rental
Joiner, Mr. and
; Mrs.
plant Juice they eject a sub- bloom and they will move out. Job on each except the spider Sund1iY. Mr and Mrs. Ken- ,
mite. Kelthane Is the material Kelly, Mr. and Mrs J Mack
stance they call honeydew. If your snapdragon blooms do neth EUxson and children and Services
This will attract ants to some not open as they should, yoU'nprobably for that. For more detailed. Mrs. Marie Ellxson joined KellY, Mr. and Mrs J. R.
plants. find a number of information ask your agri- them In the afternoon and the Raulersan of Gainesville, and HOSPITAL BEDS WIIEEL CIIAIRa
You find aphids on a wide thrlp dosed Inside the flower. cultural folk children enjoyed an egg hunt Mr and Mrs. Vincent Kelly

variety of plants Including tobacco 3. WHITE-.l"LY. causes the Joint Sidewalk Project Mrs. Leah Brown returned I --- CRUTCHES -
roses strawberries,vegetable black, sooty, smut looking Social Security I to her home In Jacksonville
plants and even dayll1. stuff on leaves of some plants Sunday after several weeks Handsome Handy 1
Numbers Needed The Joint city, county, school board sidewalk project OD
les. The aphid could well be
I like gal'denla. The adult Is visit with Mr and Mrs. How-
Included In the top five most snow white and they also suck To Insure Credit Or&n&amI Washington Streets and Colley Road! started ard Brown and! Mra. Nets. utTER
troublesome Insects There are the sap from the plants. They becoming a reality this wec>k. Surveyor Merrill 1\11\111I1&0, Brown. I.... BASKET j Serving Florida J
several colors of this Insect. come In two generations dur- "Some workers 10 Bradford School Board Member Art lIolIIday, City Councilman NeU BIRTHDAY DINNER _
Some have wings and some Ing Spring and Summer. If County and other areas stand Tucker, and City streets Supt. S. R. hicks watch this week t The family of Mrs. Louise 11or'.YO""" 'cart ,_.a Since 19x0vo41.
do not. They are usually found placed end-to.end It would to lose valuable social security as the first concrete was poured on Orange Street at Its I Norman entertained with a GOOD LOOICINI'' a f.
on the bottom side of the leaf. take 20( to 25 to make an Inch. protection for themselves and Inte..f'C'tlon. with West Call stl'C'Ct. birthday dinner In her honor f CONVENIENT .. .
They can be trouble. Ii- they were like bees you, their families because they Sunday Among those who at- *.UNB-.ucAD1Jt In'AlNUSS I .......... -- ............ ....... --
2. The TH&lP Is also one of fall to give their social security tended were Mr and. Mrs
those sucking type Insects would have to travel fast. numbers to their employ- Barney Eggers and children Icleoks, PORTABLe
that lives on plant Juices. This 4. MITES are sometimes I I Dry Spring Brings Threat and 01.ev.a ooIorIt
__n___ __n___ ers. This warning comes fromRaiph Mr.and Mrs Joe BaPp Mrs. Carolyn Cordially
Fontana Field Repre.sentatlve children of JacksonvlUe Mr.
NEED READY CASH? ( for Social Security Of Fire To County Woodlands and Mrs. EJdon Sapp Mr. and EaT_ Welcomes I
In Bradford County. Mrs. Rudy Sap! and children, HvREG. Representatin J

AccoIlllnll: to Fontana, social Below normal rainfall since last September, and an Mr and Mrs. Gerald Norman Ph. 964-5 12 You and Your
security payments are unusually dry spring have put the county' fields and forests Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae 122 N. Bay Sa. Family to Your
Come See Us! based and Rev and.Mrs. M. D. Me-
z on earnings cov- In condition to be ready targets for fire, the Floridii Forest The Starke New home
deiras and famlly. diningtable
ered the
by law. The employer -
Service warned this week. was centered with a $2.50
Is required to file an earnings
fI( We make loan for County 3. C. Prevatt Jr said that the "build-up
'7 r % report for social security pur- Ranger beautiful. birthday cake. Mrs. The State of Florida
any worthwhile pure poses on behalf of each worker. Index" a factor by which foresters measure "rain we didn't Norman received! many lovely SPECIAL PRICE
l;H r pose. If the social security ac- get," now stands at 73, while anything above the 60( mark gifts.Weekend 1& J. Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome: and
tj count number of a worker Is Is considered dangcrolls .: guests of Mr. and MARCil AND APRIL To Acquaint You With Your City.If .
$25 to $600 omitted from this report he Prevatt laid that forestry crews In the county are now Mrs. Howard Brown and Mrs
Neta Brown were Mr. and :Mrs, $192
gets no credit for his earn- working on a half-day-off basis due to the critical condition.
p r DO YOU HAVE Ings. That. can mean a. reduction Prevatt laid that fires now would do more damage because Doyle Kurlln and children enjoyed of Plus Tax: you aN new In the area, a phone

5 g' Too many payments security In the payments amount when of social the of the tender new growth on pine trees. The bark on I a Jacksonville.fishing trip!They Friday.all D & W Auto Supply] all will bring you' a prompt visit

s- to make? time comes for the worker and trees is also thinner during the growing season, making Mr and Mrs. Charles cros- frown' your local hOlltess.! Please give
r his dependents to claim them.It trees more liable to damage by fire than when they are by and son of Ocala were Route 16 at Brownlee and
4' -Too many bills to could mean no payments at dormant, the ranger said. guests of his parents, Mr and Cherry Streets her a call! She has maps and many
pay? aU. "The risk Is too great,"i Prevatt asked that the following precautions be observed! Mrs. L. A. Crosby Sunday.Mr. .
I -'Io many taxerL Fontana says "and the beat during the emergency period: and Mrs. Gene Joiner Builders Hardware free and wonderful gifts for you

and safest plan Is for the I -Never leave a fire \lnattended. and chIldren of Jacksonville And Supply from local baaines8es.
\ coming, dueT worker to give his correct socIal -'Don't burn debris on a windy day, and always burn In were weekend guests of Mr.
security number to his em- covered. and Mrs. E. J. Crosby. Mr. 301 E. CALL ST.
a container that can be
ployer the first day he goes to and Mrs. Gene Gregory and I
Let U. Hzlp With Your itit
Money -Have adequate tools and water handy to fight a fire
work JoIb.
on a new .
out of con.trol.Chrck .
Problems gets
Social security account ,
with the county forest ranger on burning regulation -
number cards R.8 well as duplicates .
TOWN FINAN CE CO. of those that have ", (phone 964-5436)),
been lost may be obtained --Call the local fire department ((9114-71l0)), or the forestry To My Friends -
226 N. Temple- Phone 96<1-74.19 without charge at the social station ((1)64.M36)) Immediately If you spot a fire.

security oftice. Mr. Fontana 1s I -
The Citizens of Bradford County


I I am asking for re-election a. your sheriff
For A Man of Action

on the basis of my past record in the office

KEEP .. T: which I''havo', tried to 'operate in : a pro"k'

gres.ive and efficient manner.
JEROME t''! Id I

4I k '

JOHNSYOUR I I am sure that all of you are familiar with my efforts to upgrade the

quality of Jaw enforcement In your Sheriff's Office, and give you a department -

that you can be proud of. I believe you agree that our deputies

M: stack up with those of any Sheriff's Office In the State In courtesy,

COUNTY COMMISSIONER neat appearance, and law enforcement efficiency They are well trained

Theso. c'hlhlren 1'1'1\,0(1' fancy Easter baskets with astiffed
for their: jolJs. All of them have attended one or more periods of training
In the City Recreation -
I&nhl1l1l for finding the! prize eggs(
DISTRICT NO. 3:I J)4'llUrtm..nt.. amoral Faster: Egg IlIm1M last Friday. at the Florida Sheriff's Academy School In Tallahassee, and we will l

From left: Jam" Gh'grr, IClt'ky untrr, K"'n' Miller, and
continue to train them In modern methods of law
enforcement and
Jon't: be misled .. Jerome Johns is a County Commis- I Tc'ru'' CIIIIHt"C'II. moan Tucker and Jlnuny GMsy wore stuffed com-

bunnies In the older c'hUdren'" egg hunt munity service as new methods are developed.
sioner for all the ..County. Politics plays no part in his
I GARDEN AND NOEGEL'S Joist vs Triest 7:30: ( p. m.'Garden .
and actions. His work is to the best interest ARE DOUBLE WINNERS va Brooker 9 p. m.

and advantage of all the County. I IN SOFTBALL PLAY FOUR TEAM LEAGUE

Jerome Johns Has The Experience And Noegel's Auto Sales won both The 1968 Women's Softball
ot their games the past week League will be composed of
Proven and gave notice that they will four teams with the following' The P.11.1.. reports that crime in the U.S Is Increasing seven times
Leadership To Get The Job Done be the teams to beat. sponsors: Kentucky Fried'
The season opened Tuesday Chicken, Conner Insurance faster than our population. We have all read about the riots and other

LET THE RECORD SPEAK I I April OWen 9 Joist with, Garden 16.3. Enroute trouncing to Colonial BeggS Gulf Florist., and All new league entry disturbances that have disrupted our nation In the past few week! I

the victory Garden pounded games will be played at West am proud of the fact that Bradford County has l been> free of such
out 19 base hits, paced by Side Park starting Monday,
Whn I went on the hoard of County'nimissloners In March 1960 it
4 bats. May 6. A pl'e-seallOn tourney tragedies, and It Is our goal to that the and of
Jack Hazen's 4 hits In I see peace wellbeing our
was operating on 1959-J960 budget- At the end of the physical year .J"."" will the season witir. a.
"In.t.he second Noegel's open ,
September 1960, the Board had a deficit of $12.16:1.36: in unpaid bill:;!. demolished Brooker game. 14.6. single elimInation tournaments citizens Is maintained at all times.

Some bills had been unpaid as long as two years. Brooker came to bat first and to be held Friday, and Saturday I

made noises like they wanted April 26 and 27.
Realizing drastic changes had to IJe made, I recommended our way of I to win picking up 5 runs to An exhibition game between
purchasing be changed to a purchase order system and that all budgets take the lead. However, by the Colonial Florist and Beggs
be strictly adhered to when adopted. I end of the 3rd inning Noegel'sled Gulf will precede the Menagame OF
April 18, a.t
12-6. Noegel' rapped. out Thursday
11 hits, one of them a round 7 p. m.The .
Results 01 Business Practice tripper by Claude Hardee.In next league meeting OUR COUNTY IN INEXPERIENCED HANDS
Thursday night action, will be held at 7:30: p. m. at
Year County Millage Total County Millage Cash Carry Over or Deficit April 11. Garden thrashed the Pratt Street Recreation
of all County Budgets Triest 16-2, rapping out 16 Center. League rosters are due
base hits. Garden scored most at that time.BANTAM .
1959-60 17.25 42.25 Unpaid Bills 12,163.36 of their runs early picking UP BOYS OPEN
9 111 the lat and 2nd Innings. SEASON S\T., MAY 1 ON MAY 7 VOTE FOR AND
Tommy Malloy paced the win- The 1968 Bantam Boys
Alter Re-Evaluation And Mill age Roll Back ners with 4 hits In 5 at bats. Baseball League will open the
In the 2nd game, Noogel's season Saturday May 4. with HE-ELECT A TRIED AND TRUE '
Law Compare: edged OWen Joist 6-5. In the a double header scheduled to I ?ct
closest game yet. Noegel'sscored begin at 2 p. m. This year's
4 In the 3rd and league will be composed ot the I
1966.67 6.678 16,546 Cash Carry Over 71,601.60 runs PUBLIC SERVANT
and 2 In the 6th. OWen Joist following: starke police Dept"j y.

Think I Your money operates- the County unless managed and budgeted scored 1 In the 3M and 4 In BPOE 1802. Southern Dis-

wisely- you are the loser. I will continue to be your: champion for good the 7th and left the tying run count and Coca.-Cola.. Bottling II

business practices. Being a homeowner and business tax payer of Bradford on 5 hits base. Each team had only CO.A parade and other festivities 15

County, I realize the burden of heavy taxation and the important Schedule for Thursday. are planned with details FOR SHERIFF
need of a dollar value for dollar spent.
a April 18: Garden vs Noegel, to be announced later I
West Side Park, 8 p. m. TEEN DANCE TO FEATURE 1
Jerome Johns Progressive Leadership Has Been Proven Brooker vs Triestat Brooker] TWO BANDS FRIDAY

Your Trust in Him Has Not Been Misplaced 8p.m.Tuesday, April 33: Owen Dance partment The to Starke will be sponsor Recreation held a.Friday. Teen De-I. of Bradford County

Your Vote and Active Support Will De Greatly Appreciated night, April 19. from 8 till 12,1 I
In The dance
at the Agriculture Building In the old Armory. 11
On May 7. 1968 Starke every Monday and will feature two bands The
Friday from 9:30: until 11:30: 1Io"'u Sounds of orange Park, (pd. poi. atv.)
(pd. pol. a.dv.> a m. to assist residents ot and. The Marshmallows steam I
Bradford County wIth their Shovel of Juk80nvllle. Admfselon -
social security problems.t for he dance Ia $1.23..

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Section 2Page Two mtAnnmn' tttTNTT TWt: .4'rtenrn' +mrKt\r.. P1AIRr1/A .r."HUR.8DAY-oAPltn.-t... .... .. ..,PI hj .,
-- ---- -- ::" ..1- :...... 1

-w.- end and attended Church. I MADISON STREET

Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phil BAPTIST CHURCH

lips and family of Macclenny Sunday, April 21 Sunday

were Wednesday visitors of School, 9:45 a. m. Morning

t tA tJ Mrs. O. J. ,JPhillipB. Worship at 11. Youth Choir

.. N Mr. and Mrs. William S. Practice 4:30: p. m. Youth
King; of Jacksonville spent Fellowship supper 8:43.:

the weekend with her parents.Mr. Training Union 6:18.: WMU

and Mrs. B. L. Wlkllson Prayer Circle, 7:15.: Evening

Jr., and family.Mr. Worship, 7:30.Wednesday: .
. I 1'r and Mrs. W. L Durban Prayer Meet.

and small son of Gainesville ing 7:30 p. m. Church business -

were Sunday visitors of Mrs. meeting 8 p. m. Church ,=-- -.- .
Ed Durban. Other Sunday vis- Choir Practice, 8:30.: --- .
Itors were Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Thursday Sunbeams and '


Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and FIRST METHODIST Schedule of services: Sunday .
Sunday School 10 a. mMorning School :
i ia Sunday : 10 a. m
r Sunday School. 10 a. m.; Schedi of services: Sunday I
children. Mrs. Marian Mars CHURCH STARKE School, 9:45: a. m Morn-
r 11 Schoo! 10 11 Worship, 11 a. nand Morning Worship 11 a. m.;
Morning Worship Service. a.m. Worship,
and Mrs. Cora Hodges of Sunday;! Church School Ing Worship, 10:45: a. m.Training 7 m.-Rev. .Leland A. '
iti Jacksonville spent Sunday with 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship, a. m.t Training Union. 6:30: am. and 7:30: p.m. Training 6:43 Baker Evening Worship B p. m.' :
Union. : m.
p. pastor.
for p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30p. : Union 6:30: Rev. Jack Prayer Meeting Wednesday I
, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders. 11 a. m. Snack Supper p-m. I II.
{ Evening!; Service 7:45. MIdWeek
Thursday Visitation 10 8 p. m. Sing earn Friday *t 8
! and 6 t MYP Meetings, m. Stolte pastor.
Mr, and Mrs. Joe Lane MYF, j p m.i Service Wednesday
i! ::. :Children's Books For Library family of DeLand visited her I 6:30: p. m.; Evening Worship, Prayer Meeting Wed., 7:30p. : .Prayer 7:43: p. m a. m. and 7 p. m. p.tor.m. Rev. Harvey Lane pas

I rl parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 7:30: p. m. m.; O, A. Meeting. Weds KINGSLEY LAKE
I grandmother, MondayPrayer Group. 10 7:30: Choir Rehe raaJ, BAPTIST: CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTISTSunday
Eunice and her p. m.: SMYRNA MISSIONARY'
:, OVer 100 ( book for the County Library I CALVARY BAPTIST
'I l Mrs Selma Eunice, Sunday. I a. m.; Methodist Men's Club Wed., 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood Sunday School 9:45: ... m. School. 10 a. /n
':.WeN pavcbataedwith funds raised toy the Starke \Voman'd BAPTIST CHURCH
Other) visitors were Mr. end 7:30: p. m.Wedne.s4ay. meeting, last Monday Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Morning Worship il a. m. Sunday School. .10 a. m
I I 63-: W. Pratt St. Sunday
Little Women's Club.
and the (
: !pub Mrs. H. P. Chappell of Atlanta Bible Study la each month. Rev. David Training Union 6:13: p. m Training Union. 7 p. m. Eve- Morning Worship, 11 a. m
. : :Looking over Home of the book which arrived this week ,'Oa. on Tuesday. and Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m. Medelros pastor Evening Service 7:30: p. m. services: Sunday School 10 ning Worship\ 8 p. m. Tralnti g Union. 630* p. m '
.We Martha Minx ; Mrs. Guy W. Choir a. m. Preaching. 11 a. m. ;
(1-rs Librarian "', gonja Klggn Visiting Mr andi Mrs. Thursday Chancel I I Midweek Prayer Service
:J.Sale! Woman's dun,'president; Marilyn Bolllnger. LittlefVomen'd M Patrick and family on I Rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. Church Or j sus Clirlst Of 'Wednesday 7.30: p m. Come Training Union. 5:43: p. m. Wednesday night service Xftening: Service 7:30. Praise I

e president, and Sara BlKKB. Both children arercg- Sunday was their daughter Friday Junior Choir Rehearsal Latter-day Saints let us worship together. Rev. Evening Worship, f p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Meeting Wednesday. 7:39: :
; I ,
I (U8 East Call St.] -I L. Parker pastor. Rev. H. H. Butler I
Everyone p. m.-
Ral- Allen Price welcome ElderA. !: :
of 3 ,
fdttr participants In the library' Story lIour'e.peet.ell. to toenflt Mrs. Patricia Llnzy, p. m. Services: pastor. pastor. :
I Q. Flynn, pastor.
!* greatly from the new book. ford.Mr. Duck I Priesthood, 8:45: ; Sunday PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST
(e' ..he ."'oman'. dub.ralsml $800 'with ;a benefit luncheon and Mrs. Thomas I cell Bradley of Jacksonville. School" 10:00: Sacrament FIRST
and family were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford 11:00. Sunday Scnooi, ID>> a. m PRESBYTERIAASunday !: Sunday: Bible Study 10 HE1XBRONN BAPTIST
f>b. 13 and the Little Women ntlxrd $35. with a bake Male. guests of her mother Mrs. and family were Sunday viaitors : Branch President Morning Worship 11 a. n? School 9:45 a. m; Morning Worship and Sunday Sclwol v:43: a. a
I : a. A
Vera Brookins, In Columbus. of his mother, Mrs. John Dean Hansen, 964-6278. Pre-Servloes [Booster! bane. Communion Service 11 a.. m Morning WorwiJp, 11 a. m
OB. !I. Young People, and Prays Morning Worship. 11 a. Training Union ':30 p. m.
Shuford, ands.. &0'''''''' m'l Evening services 6:00.:
.rv.vrr.n.nny..v.rn Monday visitors of Mr. and Last week Mr. and Mrs. H FIRST ASSEMBLY .OF GOOF Service]. 8 p. a,. Evening Youth Fellowship. 6 p. Wednesday Worship eentce Training Union,,7:00: p. m

: ,Mrs. J. Dr Clark were his C. Kelley visited relatives and STARKE Worship 7 m. Midweek Choir Practice Wednesday, Evening: Seme, 1:00.: Mid.
STARKEBUSINESS LAWTEYBy mother. Mrs. L. L. Clark and friends In New Port ;Riehey, Welt Weldon St. And Ral- service Wednesday 1:30: (I I 8 p.m. 7 p. m. Minister jack P week Prayer Service *u
p .
brother FOY Clark Of Starke. Winter Haven, lord Road. I nett.I /. p. m. Wedneadw.
Yankeetown @ev. Robert
m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. pastor. D. Burch.
.. yt Tjm BranCMrd.AAAAA..A..AAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley Lakeland, Brooksvllle and Sunday School: 10:00: a. 19
!? and daughters of Jacksonville. Ocala. 11::00 a. m Morning Worship; I

. .. A4. AJ Mr. and Mrs. .Malnes Oriffl, Sunday dinner guests of Mr. i:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: .

Mr. and Mrs. Danny and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grif- and Mrs.: H. C. Wainwright p. m. Evangelistic Services.
j x DIRECTORY fis and their families of Pa- Mr. and Mrs. Louie Wednesday: 7:30: ( p.m. MIdWeek -
Thompson of Jacksonville were
were visiting Mr, and Mrs. W. latka spent Sunday with Mrs. Lee Wainwright Jr., of Talla- Prayer Meeting An investment In Your FutureS .

'I f (AUTO SERVICE F. Moore and Micky over the Nellie Wilkinson. Mrs. Daisy hassee, Mr. and. Mrs. Clyde Pastor. : Lester F. Richardson. ,

r: e{ t v weekend.Mr.. and. Mrs. JIm, Burtonof Bork Miss and Gloria Lynn. Padgett and Walnwright Mrs. Patricia of Eaton Waters Park and MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ATTE1O e OI1tM:

: 1 Gilbert S. Brown Tom Miracle of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.
, ;; Jacksonville visited Mr. and and daughters, I Sunday-9:43: a. m. Sunday
with Mr. I '
II spent Sunday and Eric of Jack-' eara.eewLasNwMaYt
"i Mrs. Paul Dinkins over the Al Perser School. 11:00: a. m. MorningWorship.
Standard Oil Service Station Mrs. Earl Padgett. | _
weekend. sanville. 6:00: p. m. Training !
..* t ,_ ATLAS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Mr. and :Mrs. Burney Dobbs CHURC1I ACTIVITIES Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening
visitingMr. rk
Jr. and David of St. Augus- of Jacksonville were Grace Methodist Sunday I Worship.
r .Budget Term*-Road Service Mrs. A. D. Dobbs on 11 a. m.
tine were visiting the Dinkins and School 9:45.: Worship Wednesday 7:30: Prayer I

, ;: 'i 491, N.Phone Temple W14-7071 Starts. on Sunday. They spent part Saturday. Their grandson Prayer Circle Monday 9 a. m. Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes-

a e > of the weekend with her par- joey Dobbs of Jacksonville First Baptist Sunday nlght-7:00: p. TO. Family I
a ents, Mr. and Mrs D. L; Car- was a Monday visitor. School 9:45: a. m. Worship 11 Night .
: a HURST'SSHELL Sunday visitors of the Ed a. m. and 7:30: p. m.Tralnlng\ I

I.: ter.Friday dinner''' guests of May's were their wandscns Union 6'30: p. m. Midweekservices BETHEL BAPTIST ClfURCP II
; Miss Elizabeth Terry were her Michael and Larry Nettles. Wednesday 7:30: p I
Sunday School, 10 a. m
: ,". Service Station cousins Mrs. Lettie Cushing Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lightfoot
m.Church Morning Worship, 11 a. m :
' a. Gas Oila and Mrs. Florence Pickett, of of Plantation visited her of God Sunday
' : A Lubricationffoodyear Ormond Beach. mother Mrs William Reddish, School 10 a .m. Worship 11 Evening Worship, 7.30; p. m I rs
a Tires
w. ROAD : Battorle Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Carter over the weekend.Mr. a. m. and 7:30: p. m., YPE Prayer Meeting 1:30: p m '

, = SOl and 100 SERVICE- Stark and baby daughter of Brunswick and Mrs. Pierce Crews Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer Wednesday.-Rev. J. C. Hes t
Ga. visited Mr. and Mr with the E. A. Sapps of New m..... lnCf Friday 7:30: p. m. ters pastor. I $4

aa 'II C. L. Carter during the week- River spent Wednesday at Highland Baptist Sunday HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH u, t 1( w ; +
: '
School 9:45: a. m., Worship
Cedar Key fishing and picnicking -
A .1lcltwa.r 11.\ 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Choir: Mad
On Sunday the Crews
visited: her sister. Mrs. George practice 6:30 p. m.. Prayer lJunday' School 10. a. m. I' r
Morning 11
Worship !
( AZALEAS I Rivers of Graham who has meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m a. m ,
Training Union-6:30: p. m.
lust returned home after several I .
CEMETERY WORKINGAll Evening Worship 7:13
-- :
days in the Alachua General -
t ALL KINDS ALL SIZES Hospital. persons Interested In p.m.Wednesday I

keeping Santa Fe Cemetery Night :"-ayer I
I t tr The Jessie Smith family reunion -
clean are requested to Services 7:30 p. m. Rev.
was held at the home of I
donations to Mrs. Mary L. Merle Packham. pastor. .
Mr. and Mis. R. L. Bradleyon
latchstringNURSERY I
Sunday with the usual Watterson, Hampton, Flaw BOATIJKAIN dAPTlST'I .0..4'. "' ,. ,% Fyi y
i Funds are needed again for 4
bountiful dinner. Those attending CHURCH STARKESunday -
' from out of town In- mowing Mrs. Watterson I T1a LV nil' r+a'fit
School 10 T
states. ,
Included Mr. and Mrs. Web
Morning Worship 11 a.m.l,
Kersey and family, Mr. end STORY HOUR .
Training Union 6 Evening -
HIGHWAY 26 MELROSE\ Mrs. W. M. smith and family AT THE LIBRARY p.m. ...1: S
all of Starke. Mr. and: Mrs. A. "Down In The Meadow" Worship. 7 p.m. Prayer

Dogwood .-- Camellias .-. Sego Palms Q. Smith and family of Jacksonville will be the theme for Story Meeting, Wednesday. 7 p.m. AFE AND SECURE %

Ligustrum Etc. Mr. and Mrs Shirley Hour this Thursday afternoon NOBTHSIDE BAPTISTLocated nrlQ
Johns of Fellsmere and Rhonda D' Oiunfi\ tot i wolnM stamp In Hill i
from 3:30: to 4:15: p. m. in the l .
on .rfJij.Vway V
PHONE 475-5175 "THE EGELUNDS" I II Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Public Library. Mrs. Harry ajMms I How confidently he deeps. Mother and Daddy are world lor ipmdlni tin InnMgi al I (SR 223]at Ralfor-1 '
la and ol Mil dimond fw
ill mm mn ro ntpondto
VISITORS WELCOME : and Gary Mrs.Bennett and family. Mr. will be Storyteller. All chil- (tSR 161. Service! : Roc'1; n the next room. Teddy Bear is right beside him. that lovt br loving hit iw'jhbur Without
Spurgeon Massey and dren 6 through 9, are invited: //1 4
School iO Sundae thft In the I lo ol God.
a. m. gioundinf family of Lawtey. Also Der-, We
to attend. also desire a feeling of confident We
r vlornlng: Worship. 11 a. m security. ease or witty or ray of 11(0( (III loot

I e Training Union.' Atn_.__ n_. _m_ I want to do good and live with honor in this life, free A ptnonro and Hio tmdomi wMth in hold
dm will IrmlloUir ptriih Hwifofo,
f than lV
Evening Service
7:30.: Mid
a Week Prayer Service Wedru-- of the fear of falling into sin. God wants this for us, from o"mtpglmar'ko'>m ihould uippoit
a tat Oiimli la ftu ale ol Mio silos ol Mm.
day 7:30: -Rev. Glenn Lai Q
too And He sees and knows how hard we try. Mil end hit //am q. kyonl Hut, kowt.tr, j
Announcing hon pastor.
I' ovary anon llrald uphold and orrWrntl In r-
In the New Testament Jude '
writes "God it able to ?
i DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH I the Chunk touwu II Mb the truth about

BuilOOKER I ) mangy lilt, eats end doiita*. DM mi* wtikh
, you from /falling, and to present you/ //ouli// / "
pi don will lot him IIH to Nvi a e thud ofCod.
Sunday School. 10 a. m. before the presence of Hit glory with exceeding fey." .
Chevrolets Morning Worship 11 a. m

new TorqueDrive.Nobody Training Union 6:30: p. m. Pledge yourself to Him and attend church this week.

Evening Service, "'::30. Rev. C.,.,../odor.....
else' offers anything like B at the Nova 4. and cylinder models. The shift lever Is conveniently located Lacy Conway pastor.

price. look how simple It Is You accelerate
In on the steering column and there's
Torque-Drive does away with the clutch 1st, then shift to Hi for cruising. That's oil a selector quadrant with easy-to-read FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH

pedal. Most of the shifting too. And for If you like you can even start In Hi. Indications. Park RN Hi 1st. This Feature Published' in the
Only Interest of
the most economy. It's available exclusively And accelerate from standstill to cruising Chevrolet dealer has clutchless driving your Sunday Services: Sunday a Better Community by the Follow-
oa aU Comoro sixes and Chevy Q speed. It's little School. 9:45: a. m. Morning "
just a slower that way. at only J68.6.Sf' Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening ina Civic-Minded Business Firm

Service 6:30: p. m. :Midweek

Service Wednesday 7:15: p., FAULKNER I STARKE BUILDERS
m.Charles Reese, minister.I SINCLAIR SERVICE Grocery & I


J Featuring Ace Hardware
e Service schedule for the Truck Trailer Groceries--Meats--Feeds Complete Paint
Lenten season: Gas & Oil ad
Complete Lubrication Sporting Oood
Wednesday 7:30: p. m.,
:. clutch Evening Prayer. Minor Tune-ups Ph. 964-5312 Starke. Fla. "CtDK WITH us rmarr"
no : G ai 2 .:
Sundays: Holy Communion. 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 t18 Washington St. 984-52'70
101 1st and 5th. 11 a. m.; 3rd 8
, ttl, A a/,/J+ m. Morning Prayer and
17r ;
rind h4 Sermon, 2nd. 3rd. and 4th. DOYLE CONNER La I iL"'we Lawson Meat MarketAND

; 11 a.m.FIRST Insurance Agency COLD STORAGEWe
> one shift
BAPTIST I OF STARKE, INC. Specialize In Custom 8Uught'

CHURCH. STARKE S-A-V-E U.S. Jr.<<. Cutting A Wrapping-
r 1, ! I 1110 ..t Morning Worship at 11
; sermon Ph. 964-7600
r ':>j "Did Not Our Hearts 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 Starke, Fla. PHONE 964-7049

'o: ..-; Burn Within Us?" Training

'..., $6865 I",) Union. 6:15.: Evening Worship VICKERY GARAGE

7:30: : sermon "Hezeklah the BRADFORD
King Who Prayed. ,
.. of.: 528 S. Walnut St.
Monday Youth Choir'
{: Practice, 7 p. m. New River Phone 964-6022& TELEGRAPHPhone

Baptist Association I
r transmission Executive Complete Automotive
Board:!! Meeting 8 p. m. ;
Tuesday'Sunbeams, and l REPAIRSFor 961.6305PrinlingOffice OHTROLa :

r'a Junior Choir 3:30: p. m. Primary Every Need .

Choir 4 p. m. I Supplies atillllcj co.

'Only, Chevrolet has it. Wednesday Prayer Meet-I ALTERNATOR SERVICE i iI
.10 Ing. 7 p. m. Church r I

", ,**-r--4. ", Practice. 7:45.Thursday: : 539: E. Call St. Starke. Fla.

Assodatlonal! Charley E. Johns Phone
WMU 10 a m.. First Baptist'' BRADFORDABSTRACT for FREE
l--;; l ".. Church Keystone Heights. Agency Inspections & EstimatesrJur

r VIslMtlon' 7 p. m.
191 8. Walnut. Ph. 1W-.1070\ Company
Manufacluror'l' ugglilod, retail, prico loclud.ng fed.,., E.oa. Ton. Slot and local .....add,lienol. EZERASE TYPEWRITER) GENERAL. .t Ohell Service
I' rr..war as LNSUK \.NOE 158
I PAPER, Mlmeo Paper, Bond Nobody But Nobody. Undenoll

.- Bradford Pa.Notebo County k Telegraph.Filler. _J- Charley" xi. John Agent Starke, Fla. Ph. 964-6881 .SOS 301 8.&Walntrt.10(1( ph.Starve 964-6111


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Bell Onann Miss Mary Lou MIDDLE DT9TRIOT cf Florida I folfownr" I, The 4f..ndfct,
Onann and Butch Redding.Mr. Jacksonville Dlvlnlon.. United I Iran B. Parrlitli, shall appear
SPRING FASHION PARADE Statue. of America, Plaintiff V It. In thlc eauH and plead to she
r and Mrs. Barney Brin- e e .lMmi. P. Parrlnh and Irene BPnrrlHh complaint filed heroin oni>r
son were weekend guests of his wife, T'efondantn.No. bcfur May 7, 969. or In Local models paraded 46 examplesof ,-, .. 07-741 Clv-J. Order or fault thereof. the Court ,ahaJlpr
relatives In Savannah Oa. Hervlc-n, by Publication. Thla ">rt-..! to judgment In tUInraitaa .
Mrs. Nettle Thomson was spring: fashions from Starke shops I, cniiMA cam to ha heard upon the. aa If Raid defendant bad
,iIf. ", J motion of plaintiff for nn order teen nerved with ..... wltlUn
the J', proc. '
overnight guest of her mother this Easter season across "
.". ,
for Horvlc-a by publication and It the State of Florida. 2. TlIAorder
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hersey Woman's Club stage Friday night ,., 1-.'.-,"....,,,.:.-. aui'urlnw" that thin union haI.enii be puhUflhed In a n _-
A brought for the nrol'cIIIpn ,- of ctrnnlatMn
Plenn Onann. Benny Hall PMPT
In the Junior Women's annual
t', of a ilen uwalnxt! r' il In ,Bradford I'ounty Florida
I and Andy Mayton camped out International Tea and Spring property attune> within thaMlilillx not I lens than one .each weak
Friday night at Crescent "+ :li DlHtrht of Florida; that for ale oonnewutlv weeks prierto
Beach. Fashion Show. + a thf, defendant. Irene B. PurrlMh, the return.dat. h.r.ln bovdenlffnated. _
The finery was from Kngle'.i .,,unnot be ..erved I| within the IJONW\ AND 0*-
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Sii: 'it- of Florida" that It IHin.i DISkED In ChamberB, at 'JacUonTllU. -
f4 and Mra. Percy Sullivan Jr. !Stumps carp's and Leila's. priiptlcnliln to NerVe herliorsonully Florida/ thin 11th' dr
: described und that she him or March 1HI8.! CHARLES Jt.
Mrs.} Roberts
and family were: Mr. and Marilyn not voluntarily oppnnred' herein.; SCOTT JUDUB. .,
Mrs. Marshall Strickland, Grover each 'creation as the model displayedthem .t r It \la therefore OltDRKTCD; aai j I-U It 4.25r

Cancer Kick-Off Coffee C Conner of Florahome, onstage and then again as ,-J
Mr. and Mrs. Percy SullivanSr. they exited down the center aisle in ------

BuHlnetm chairmen attending the Cancer Coffee Klck-Otf ., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee the audience ,which filled the

Saturday morning were (I-r)i Freeman Register. Tom Casey Fulghum Jr. of Palatka. Mr. clubhouse.The\ .
and, :Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan
([Jim Temple Mrs. Marian Payne Mayor Carl Hunt Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Sullivan.Mr. show also featured a performance

''Sylvia Reddish, Ervin Andrews George Pierce Jewett Fogg and Mrs. Homer Brin- "by "The Three Cheers," Kay Colaon

V) nd Mrs. Anna Felon.FHERESSA. son were dinner guests Tuesday Beverly McRae and Delia Wilson,

I night at the home of Mr. the vocal group that won first prizein
Monday night at the Theressa and Mrs. Lansin Mersey. the Senior 'Division of the Talent

Community House( starting at Show at the Bradford County Fair. .a
7 o'clock. All residents of the
Dry Conditions Mrs. David Von Houaer was In ,
community are invited. r
By Dorothy Mills BIRTHDAY PARTY charge of the fashion show and Mrs. ;:;' \ .r
Phone 473-4518 Mark Hersey celebrated his Cause FiresSeven Wayne Whlffen was hostess for the

Ii 8th birthday with a party at tea which honored Starke's foreign I t ,
T..T..T..T.. the home of his Mr. born.
parents. forest fires were reported I t '
BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs. R. M. Hersey Air. last In extremely dry con- '

tOPE School 10 a. m.; Friday Over 30 little friends ditions in Bradford County in
'. gathered to help celebrate the F
Worship. 11 a. m.; the week from April 8-15

Training Union. 6:30 p. m.; occasion.PERSONALSMrs. according to the Florida For- owl '7 Rol HIDE'NONE
'' est Service.
.Evening: Worship. 7:15: p. m.
Wednesday Evening Prayer Rhoda Dampier and Only 7.5 acres were burned DRIP r 1ATEX)( WAU PAINT
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lee 'Were
Service 7:30: p m., with choir last week but there have been M
practice following the service. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. 113 fires since Jan. 1 this Re $650
BIBLE CLUB I and Mrs. J. D. Grlffls and year mostly due to the ex- $.

J The Bible Club for grades family. tremely dry weather In weeks PdGAU.OMRQLEZE

I through 6, meets Monday Enjoying a picnic at Cres- like the last which saw the

afternoon after school. 'I cent Beach last Friday were county average on a half Inch
COMMUNITY HOUSE Mrs. Grace Searle and children of rainfall. rI
Recreation Is held each Duana and Jan; Mrs. Persons expecting to control A+
burn are being requested by Q
r County Forester C. Prevatt I w '

Jr. to delay their burning until -

better conditions occur.
Elect There have been 113 fires 4 AL

Carl through April 15 this year }

compared to 75 In 1967. There Patriotic Is the word for this blue three-piece ensemble

have been 839.7 acres burned from Leiln'H. Marian Green's Jacket Is belted on the I ?a& (44S ONE COAT
this year compared to 733
Hltlt'll. The breasted,J front" opens to nnrr n. dllllrOnnl ,
acres over the same period In
19G7. striped l shell! with a cowl rulliir. PIcul.s In Uu ',kit
Prevatt Only .2 inches of rainfall are stitched In, to :,tire /a lusting "HII\JN-') \ -. The high crowned,
I"jr30 "
were recorded at the New River straw hdt bas a "rolled hriiii unit adds Just the "right' Rego GAUON
Tower for the week of accent with lie narrow' how

April 8-15 and only .1 inchesat 1"C' 1-
Your the Santa Fe Tower. Law-
tey was the wettest place: in Book Fair

County Commissioner the county with 1,2 Inches recorded To Be Held
) ...... -- '. -
4.- .. at the Louis Hill Towerto :: "
: DISTRICT ONE (LAWTEY) bring the county averageup ; .1 J.1f At BHS Library
half an inch. Cindy Burnham's outfit
from Carp's keeps right up f, Bradford High School will

He Offers, You These Qualifications: rvvvvvvvvvvvvvv..vvvvHAMPTON with the grownups with its '" sponsor a bOok fair. April 22- '
empire waist. The 100 per 20, from 8:30: a. m. to 3 p. m. WHM'YOU
cent cotton Is in the school
orange and I I Ir library.
-Born and raised'"In Bradford County.A white with contrasting polka The committee In charge: In. PAN & ROLLER SET 4" NYLON BRUSHES

I dots. To complete her Easter vltes all students: parents. and:' *
member of the First Baptist Church of Lawtey.A By Mrs. Mary William finely Cindy wears textured Visitors to attend the fair Reg. 11.29 NOW 69* Reg. $3.59 NOW 25

member of the Bradford County Fair Association ; ...A..A. .A' stockings and orange patina which should help spur student a/ SAVE /1
strap shoes. interest in reading and
and Chairman of the State Farmers Market MEETING building home I1l>ral'les. The

Advisory Committee. Intermediate OA's of Hamp- school earns 20 per cent of all ouwAMUICA'S

ton Baptist sales, and will be usedfor
Church attendeda profits
Served; 12 years on the Board of County Com
slumber party at the homeof 1 S new library books.
missioners and 6 yearsas'Chairman. iratl 7a
their counselor Mrs. D. E. ytr The BHS Library is sponsoring 1551 PAINT VAIU[ IOa 2$ TIAR
Hill. Wednesday night of last this event, with Mrs.
Believes that much tax for what we JI
we too
pay .
,. ,
weelc.\- f *' "t" Olivia Scott serving as chair
t get in return. After presenting a play. man. The fair will include attractive -

4 "The Value of a Girl," they '1 ., new books( from many Mary Carter Paints
elected officers to serve from publishers, and all reading
; April through September. Joan I areas of interest to students
.1 102 E. Brownlee St. Phone 9G4-7025
Hinson was elected president j f. '/ will be represented
QUALIFIES HIM: TO SERVE THE PEOPLE OF Donna Faye Crawfordvice :I.t: ; : ,

president and Ginger 1/4/ ]. 'I
Klnnard secretary. Committee ..,.
chairmen are Sandee Young- :,!fio j' VOTE FOR For Action !
blood program: Gloria Rho-
,BOARD. L ( den prayer; Elaine Young- *\. r
blood forward steps: Arbutus ",f: AND RE-ELECT /Not/ Promises!
Pearsall stewardship; Jo An- ,
ne Salter social; Elaine Ken- : : >. t

Your Vote and Support nan mission action; Susan 't' ,!.r'.,;s. ,i
Dyal membership: Gloria DAVE
--.a. .
".., ,
Will Be Appreciated Jean .Justice mission study; .... V !,

4 and Jan Johns publicity ., '.:. .

.1 EASTER PARTY .-... ," I, .E j 7 I ?. tI
Nursery children of the
'(pd. pol. adv.) .nampton Baptist Sunday In this versatile outfit Harriet tlk SHUFORDCOUNTY

Jackson Is prepared for thqse Ginger Baldwin Is cute as ai'' I ,
t; !
button in this shift from ,
I April showers in this bright yellow
Leila's! accented with buttons I I
all-weather 'coat from Carp's. The

: TO THE VOTERS OF yellow floral print could go on. a and bow at Its contrasting I'

spring shopping spree or to neck. Ginger Is also 'in' with

that special luncheon. the mustard color.


School had an Easter partyat BHS StudentsTo test was originated by Los I II

In coming before you for re-election as| your County the church on Monday Compete As Angeles Plymouth dealers Inl COMMISSIONER
morning. Refreshments were '
1949 to help recruit qualified .a
Commissioner District 5, I promise you the same served after the egg hunt. 'Trouble Shooters' mechanics. Surveys have
Those present were Teresa shown that 65 District No. 1
service in the future as I have given in the past McCIellan. Deborah and MJ- The BradfordUnion Are: I per cent t of the young people

chael Thomas, Lisa Carter, VocationalTechnical Train- who participate In the con-I
is to
Darrell If Bradford County to Continue Progress
Youngblood Larry ing Center has picked Its tests find work later as auto
At All Times For The Betterment Of Bradford County Younrblood. and. their moth- "Road Scholars." Frederick! mechanics. : DAVE SHUFORD PROMISES YOU TO CONTINUE:

ers and teacher.PERSONAI..8 Magyarl!, of Route 2, Starke' Scholarships offered the
and Donald Ilgen of Keystone first five winning U'um.i! In
I In the time I have served on the Board I have worked Mr. and Don Hill and
Heights who will representthe each class are valued $3.000.: I. To keep the county equipment during work on county roads and .
very diligently for the drainage program and our health Debbie were weekend visitor school in the 1968 Ply- $2.000. $I Cop, $1,000, and $500) properly and not for private individuals.
i and welfare programs which I have headed up as a memberof In Bradenton with Mr. and mouth Trouble Shooting Con respectively

the Commission. Working with Dr. Covington and his Mrs. Gene Clouse and Howard 2. To see that the operation of the county car Inspection station

\ efficient staff at the Health Department has been a Hill.The test.Ted Oglesby, director of the Elect is" to the benefit of all businesses!l! and not made a political racket.
pleasure at all times. 3rd grade of the Hamp- center said the boys will be I
ton school held an Easter egg accompanied by QuIncy Gardner :3. '1'", see that the commodity program continues to serve the needy

The Commodity Program was started during my term hunt. Steven Earnest found an Instructor to the con \W. E. LawsonFor individuals of the county.

serving the needy people of Bradford County. It has beena the most eggs and was awarded test in Bragg Stadium Tallahassee I
great honor and satisfaction( to me to serve in this: the prize of a large egg Friday April 19, at 8 ."' = ". To continue and expand the county drainage program that has
't.hl 1
capacity. filed with bath oils. I a. m. been started.

David Earnes of Miami The winning team In the .
!5. '1' improve the mosquito fogging in the outlying areas: of the
Although this has been my department. I have also!'! spent the Easter holidays with local contest will receive a tripto School / '

taken a very active part in all departments Roads Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Collins.J. Indianapolis In June to ; 'ullnly. .

Recreation Mosquito| and Garbage Control, and many E Adkins Is on the criti- compete against leading Trou-
others. cal list this 'week and weekend ble Shooters from all parts of
visitors to his home were the country in the national BoardDISTlUc'r *

I am asking you for your vote and support on May 7, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. AdkIns, of finals. Winners at Indianapolis -

with the same promise I made you four years ago I will Bowling! Oreen; Mr. and Mrs. will receive scholarships 3 For A Man Who Thinks For Himself and Will Not Be

always be fair and impartial to the entire County.I Don AdkIns of Dundee; Mrs. trophies, prizes tools and '
O'June Ellis of Georgetown, equipment valued at $100.000. Dictated To By Any One Person .

S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Trouble Shooters compete LInERALEQUALITARIAN
WILL APPRECIATE Kelly and family of Winter against other teams and the
Haven, and Mr. and Mrs... clock to determine which team -
Dick Kelly of Ocala. can most quickly and accur-
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith ately locate diagnose and repaIr AMIABLE;

and family of Jacksonville.Mr. a series of mechanical DAVE SHUFORD-County Commissioner Dist.1 1May
Zedra HAMILTONpd and Mrs. Calvin Richard malfunctions In the Ignition DUTIFUL

and daughter of Ocala and fuel, and starting systems ofa

Mr. and Mrs. Emery Prevatt new car. EXPERIENCE I 7, 1908 .
and family of Starke were The local team will be
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. sponsored by Chrysler-Ply- RELIGIOUS ,
( pol. a
The Trouble Shooting Con- pf.. pnl. arty ) I



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If Your Home Was Burning '. '. ;, /, .' .
.' ', :
You'd Want'' Action! NOn.JS'f i"H 1FH 1-: PAUL C FORAKER
i i Editor. Information Servicei-+----+

Should the Fire Department of partment is far M srbib\OC 17id : l : at Introductions are usually a Both statements are false.

the City of Starke answer calls handle fire RALLY S'AR ff l c- t f t.pra bit uncomfortable, because it Experts in the field of alcoholism
Is human nature to shy away now say that seme-
outside' the corporate limits? county. A fire from that with which we are tehlng like five per cent of all
Therein: lies a dilemma.. other matter, b < unfamiliar.And alcoholics are of the skid-row

,::Once again the City 'Council is the county line yet it is extremely Important variety; the remaining 95 per

struggling: for a solution. So far te tion' just as that Floridians become cent are what might be gen

j it'fl been a'case of "damned if you acquainted with the sub- erally termed "everyday folks."
It is also
I cfa,and damned if you don't." a : ject of alcoholism, because an And. statistics now Indicate
sons outside the enemy cannot be fought and that for every three male alcoholics
Most ,of the time the Fire De- to pay the $50 conquered until It is first there is one female in

payment, has responded when posed.'They recognized.' this category

a: those outside the city have called way, after the Thus we at Florida Alcoholic Florida today has 180,000 of

fpr help. There have been a few OJ Rehabilitation, Program its six million residents who
impractical toanswer' Only decision launch this weekly column today are alcoholics. This Is enough
cases when it was .
can make now ; as an additional effort to people to populate a city the
; ;
call.: the a fire p't is
a tection to the i spread the word that alcoholIsm size of St. Petersburg and it
truck could roll eight or ten miles, is endangered. Is treatable. and that Is a sufficient number to

fpr( instance,' a frame house could sponsibility is rehabilitation of many has sound an alarm across the

burn to .the'ground.! of the City of been accomplished through state from Pensacola. to Key
FARP and other similar pro West. 4
The Department has acted $53,000 per year Is Much to
grams throughout Florida.In Although there
without question when human life department. the weeks and months to be done in the field of alcoholic -

has been endangered. Proper come we hope to bring actual rehabilitation here In

outside case histories minus names our Sunshine State, we at the
Lately the problem has been zens
of courseof Floridians who FARP feel we have already
shoved on the ,shoulders of Fire County ; are today living happy, productive made progress In the field and
chief :R. C. (Red) Buford, but he county-wide fire lives but who were today Florida ranks among

has told the Council that solution cost a lot of ; % l t.. once seemingly hopeless alcoholics. the top contenders among
Won't work; Buford 'wants the trucks sitting in states which have rehabilitation

S jponkey off his back and he can't not do the job. We shall also try to explainthe programs for problem

be blamed for it. It is ?v I ? 'tfi dFa work of the Program as drinkers.
probably we go along. Including the While the state Program, la
't When a man's home is burning, the Commission function of the in-pauent generally regarded as Florida's
he wants something done aboutit nance county' treatment center at Avon trailblazer' In the field of

and quick The fact that you Contributing to b Park and the five out-patient treatment there are Increas-
lived outside the city limits would ger department f 4a clinics located at Miami Tampa ingly more programs of rehabilitation

then .be unimportant. not be looked on ; 9n yr v t Orlando. Jacksonville, and sponsored by private -
er favor. That 141Ek Pensacola, as well. individuals as well as religious -
I There is a moral issue involved partial solution; ; (7-Cr4 Mrrsi,, I Main reason that FlorIdiansneed and charitable instu-

; 'ft0' How can you let a man's home a building you : '1AI"1' : to become acquaintedwith tions and groups.

burn',to the pound while equip- fast. But it alchhollsm-Including Its The columns to follow In

: nient ,thatcould, save it 'sits idle prevention and treatmentis the weeks ahead will have accomplished
lit. the ,Starke Fire Department;> ? You only because one out of every 15 their purpose If
: ment when Florida residents who drink they challenge your thinking.
: ,But when a fire truck is outside you really need DIARYat will become an alcoholic. This shake any biases you may
I i the city limits it leaves the city is not pleasant. to contemplate, have regarding alcoholism.
I with'inadequate protection should .If those had some rain, least we cannot: but like it or not, it's a fact. and if they clear up miscon4
i fire heavy show- a single large plant in Many misconceptions exist Sur4-
any 'kind of serious fire occur. protection, ceptions on the subject.
at most evident not been nearly ation at that time. regarding the illness of alco prises await many readers.'
Just two: men are on duty cern so
the soil a lot of vegetable holism. Among these is the the subjectof
'gency'shouliJ be Information on
I tones and when one truck rolls
in the long dry and we remember idea that the alcoholicis
many average
alcoholism be had by1
: volunteers must be called to staff than a few" least the spring when the Starke a skid-row bum; another Is FARP may Information

the'station. The city's insuranceis willing to pay to have settled piled high with sweet the notion that there are few Services.writing P. O. Box 1147, Avon-.
also jeopardized when a fire before the even the pecans as well as other produce.But women who are problem Park, Fla., 33825.
truck with any adding a pas .
goes..outside. drinkers.

'There is also the fact that when action. countryside.. berries were a .
of the farming business !
to $253.468
$290 843 compared
'truck leaves city hydrants be- If your home have put on and today they still Sales Tax Up in March 1967.

hind the only water available is want action! and in most though the poultry Much of the increase is attributed
the limited quantity the truck can In full produc- By Sam McGarveyges now must be rated: as 3.41 % Here to buyers stocking up
carry.'Ifewould be insufficient to But it is not to the late Income production. certain items before the
1 I handle any sizable blaze. sibility to factors, It left in to farming take a position here, since with he with raising berries is For MarchSales four per cent collections: went

i ;The: fact is, the city fire de- the entire $2.75"r growers season.are In It the Farm Bureau in Gaines- Is months-a-yekr a Job that effort requires, into automobiles effect: April and 1. Items presently suchas

.. ville. tax collections: sky
these days to S payoff comes only taxable grocery items headed;'
and It Is our year, and then only If rocketed 18 per cent In March the list buyers rushed to get,
I; Headlines And The Morning of the growers Back In those days the go Just right. While over the state, but Increased according to Dickinson's of?
than break: poultry business was practically pays off all through"the only 3.41 per cent In Bradford flee.
unknown in this area- County, according to a report
Whatever to Governor calculated season. Statewide collections climbed
: happened to released by the office of State -
y Kirk? fluence people to $29,842,704 last month
the top price r Comptroller Fred O. [Bud
e Remember? of people $3 a flat, 1's Dickinson Jr.Collections. a 4554.279 Increase over
Time was when we opened the audit of the will probably NEWS And NOTES ; here last month collections reported during
March, 1967.Accol'dlng
morning paper with eager antici- Commission, of fruit Is be- totaled $22,392 compared to to Dickinson, the
: pation to see what the Governor spent highways and For Today's HomemakersBy $21.652 In March 1967. Col- Increase was greater by sev-
I had been up to in the last twenty- the Governor's there started lections in February. 1968 eral percentage points than

; four hours. ture the Vice for a dollar, it Martha Sue McCain however, were only $120 more projected and "certainly reflects -

I ::The; latest headline grew to be nation and four for a dol- County Extension than March 1957.sales tax collections a very healthy buying
lower In Clay County
even more stimulating than that slap in the face go even Home Economics Agent went up 8.53 per centin power on the part of long-
10 days.
first cup"of mdrtuhg' coffee : publican .or March over the same monthin term Florida residents."
whether the Governor was reopening the methods
the late season, -- 1967. They totaled $23,450 IN MEIMORIUM
: a small-fry's lemonades henchmen to In prices we TREND TOWARD cup: shredded wheat [ last month compared to $26, In loving memory of ZenasZ.

apd, or "disclosing" some nefarious nor's ambitions to throw PREPARED ORCONVENIENCE eat ceral, crushed!, 209 in March, 1967 Oriffls who died! April 18.
: cloak-and-dagger conspir- ing GOP soon to con FOODS teaspoon oregano. Alachua County's collectionsmore 1967. His Christian influenceis

tfdy between ex-Governor George the crowning "you-pick" basis. Americans are eating more Simmer chicken In nearly paralled the state remembered each day we
Wallace and President Lyndon mor that prices fall to a beef and poultry and less of water until tender with a big 14.74 increase. Col- live. Lovonia Griffis & family.

JJohnson.vBut cancelled a growers have other meats fish, and eggs three-fourths to 1 hour lections in March 1968 were
Governor has let feature Kirk can get just as these days. We are buying heat :
; now the on oven to 330 __, .... I
that more prepared foods such -
r ui down. itors no longer lr berries as [moderate Cook
the expense bakery products prepared cereals -
i the water until
depend sufficient
TJo longer can we on and travel snack items and frozen ,
der about 6 minutes.
morning paper to give us the jolt No wonder foods and vegetables than we.
Place broccoli Hi '
we need to become fully awake at least his did ten years ago. a
and ready for the daily tasks it high time to we've had have A smaller proportion of the pieces: on top.Arrange Melt :

a ead. image. He is pas- food dollar Is spent for fresh milk In a pan over <$ + i1..t1Fa

,For the past two or three no longer deal and the whole milk evaporated milk water. .

weeks, a strange quiet, has per- of controversy. up on tender cream butter, and shortening Add lemon juice and
vaded the Governor's office in lowed a full over. And over a large proportion spent for cester sauce; stir until e S '
cheese frozen skim ;
earth- in the we saw a fine deserts a
[such as
baking press releases issued by weeks. corn which has nonfat dry milk] margarine coli. Top with crushed ets
'the; Governor's brigade of public He has a. good. and oil. ded wheat mixed1; .
:"relations experts with the regu- and radio An Increased proportionspent gano. Bake 15 minutes _
of cattle. til browned. Makes 6
larity .of Old Faithful erupting in recording Is already for grain products because
of three-fourths '
.Yellowstone National Park. even then he another Calf of bakery products and cup (
does the Governor statement and prepared cereal [the money Calories per serving.
? ;:No Jonger follow-up to 315 if made with By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
drop In at the Pentagon during'Uie condition that one held value of this cereal seems to

morning hours to brief or be questions.He the pro- have increased 75 per cent, with pound one-fourth cheese;pound 240 if NEW EQUIPMENT OPENS far because you are dependenton

briefed by the Department of De- hasn't a lasting effect: but a smaller use of other Menu suggestion UNDERWATER WORLD your own lung power. The
"fense, then let to California for side at Tom industry here, cereals and pastes [macaroni, with mashed potatoes The underwater world was snorkel Is only a surface de-
spaghetti and noodles), and considered
once the
Munch:) with Governor Reagan, and a month pursued year flour mixtures. mato aspic. Have ice vice.SCUBA
domain of professional divers.
If It is to bring equipment and the
sup with business leaders,in South For a change The greater proportion topped with fruit for But modern equipment efficient Aquanaut are the keys to fur-

:Ai1erica{! : be great but spent for snack items included easy to operate; and ther underwater exploration.
: I We are told that the Governor coffee it's soft drinks punches and ades, SENIOR relatively inexpensive has SCUBA actually stands for
the coun-
:la'busy creating a new image Please, .G& hurrying potato chips crackers cookies changed all of this. "Self Contained Underwater

;and well, he might.. Things have (and not-so fans) of but it doughnuts ice cream, candy, CITIZENS Today skin diving 1 is the Breathing Apparatus" and refers -
: :"not1' been going too well from a weaning after long last the lunch. meats and peanut butter NEWS fastest growing summer sportin to equipment like the

:public relations standpoint, of so long a time. be let soon and This to the finding may be related the nation An estimated::! 5 Aqualung. The complete SCUBA -
late. (Couldn't we will be started. increased proportion Auctions are million Americans are experi- outfit Includes one or two
: His didoes during the recent headline again people of children and especially when Its a Senior menting with snorkels SCUBA tanks of compressed air whichare
teacher* walkout were not exactly the Sunday at the latlon. youths in the popu White Elephant Auction gear, flippers and fins. A fitted into a harness and

have no prob- CHICKEN so much better. Articles brand new device is expectedto strapped to the diver's back. A
further increase the
and that will the home still useful num- regulator controls the amount
waiting gourmet main dish com wrapped ,and brought to ber of underwater enthusiasts.It's and flow of air. The twin-
bines foods that go well together the Aquanaut a self-con- tank
pR10 4 we've seen the club and sold by an set-up would cost about
The Bradford County at the new and of course uses of auctioneer for nominal tained breathing system recently $250.00.

'Op, ESTABLISHED where you each Here's in a the good right example proportion.from Much fun Is generated Motors.Introduced by Evinrude The Aquanaut is similar In
function but there
place to process. are several
: is y E. L. MATTHEWS Editor of a hunting USDA food specialists: Mrs. Nora Orider and The sport of skin diving got important differences between
Six chicken thighs. 1 cup its start with the invention of It and SCUBA. Air is fed
and then Yola Vestor to
Q 0 Florida's Oldest Weekly Nawapaper place water 1 teaspoon salt, 2 pounds the Aqua-lung during World the diver from
19e1 "tic a power-driven
getting a serve on our library
Under The Same fresh broccoli OR :2! packages War II. A series of Hollywood compressor mounted
in an inflatable
tee to
overtime. helping repair -
VOH no OZ each! frozen broccoli A brochure from the movies gave skin diving the collar that floats on
spears three-fourths cup wa- "glamour treatment and by the surface. It
permits two
Wbllshed each Thursday and entered as Second Clam we met form ter, one half teaspoon salt.one'fotiJ.th Division of Correction : the early '50's it was on Its divers to swim
us that the Better for
ZTT at Starke. Florida Tom McClane to one-half pound to tremendous popularity.A .
under of
| Act March 3rd. Club is conducting the : : way 40-55 minutes on a. single
exercises for cheddar cheese [fine-
process snorkel swim fins and a tank of gasoline. The air
w Raiford hosesare
Flower Show at
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $4.50; 6 Chitty Armory ly diced], -one-fourth cup face mask is all you need to 25 feet long which
10. 17, 18. limits
L OtiUMi* trnrl* arm: 1 yenr, $,Mh (6 month. him of whole( or\ skim milk 1 table- on on May, get started. The approximatecost divers to relatively
his old office In the rourthou&e. spoon lemon Juice 1 teaspoon CltUcrvs: are ur:(e.t to\ !\ would be about $20. Of water. It is priced shallow
'. And of the many cl1an.C 'Vul'che.\iter ounce oa -Uilrd these exhibits., It Is very course you won't be going too at 28000.

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(Tug URSDAY, "APRIL It 1988 --

JEAN RHW13 are required to' serve a copy ofyour This notice shall be published
MAYOR'S COURTA Notice or. ,Application For Tax which! It was assessed are as of Unless such coitlfliutp, <01certtflcaten (SEAIO Plaintiff anewer or pleading* to the once each waek for tour wmMnctitlve -
-mIllI'lTlOI'f follow: .
NOTICE TOKHOISTBR Heed'eeo week In the BRAD-
shall be V" .
redeemed Darby
Cxruflcote N18./ Yfhr o{ Is- : A. complaint on the Plnlntlff'n Attorney
F. ft.
FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuant 184.16. according< to law the prol.ty'd..sorlll..d Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford BROWARD Hi RBWIS Hon. Lx Oreen. P O. FORD COUNTY TELJflURAPH.
Itcht week in Starke 114&7- to Section HUB.09, Notice l I. hereby given that IIU.\",: 1966. Lot In such certificate. oreertifleatea County Defendant, 1206 Starke Florida. and the Dated this Und day of March' ,
of Property
the holder r jHi-rlptlon .
Florida Statute. notice It hereby Mra A. L. Jackson Florida//4 .-15 NOTICE TO APPEAR Ilea
will be sold to the 4t the original ,In' the office of
In Woodlawn Sec
or' Counrt Thuesday nlgtb. following cvrtirii-at hnfllffd 85 Ihru 38 : .
that undersignedare
given highest/ bidder at the eourlhouse To: I oward E ItvwlaYou the Clerk of, the Circuit Court CHARLEa A. BARRY
April 9. saw Mayor Carl Hurst engaged In buclnrs* under Mid oertlfleatw for a tax 14. T-5-S K-Z8-E. I J -- hereby notified thata Court
.. Usueci thereon. The Name In which assessed Mr door on the first Monday NOTICK! TO UIIFIIIND! on or before th. 22ml day of Clerk of the Circuit
deal with only two cases: VIVR"the flutltloun(ma/[a.nameof lne>, P. O. UU-Box ,deed D....rtlflcat to ho numbers nnd year. of f. W. Webb A.t. In month t Mn". Win. *, which Is j jthe i IV CIRCUIT C'/UItT UIIAI ,suit for ti'voroe ha. been April, 1968 ; otherwise the ullo | By Beulah M. Moody
Melvin Nettles driving while 910 Stark, Fla.. and Intend torealster Imuanuc, the denrrlptlon of the All of "auld property being In Itf day of "ny. 1968. [ CORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.! IN filed ax lnst vou !In tho above I gallons" of said Complaint will I Ibe Deputy Clerk
intoxicated fined court costs said. name with theClerk property, and the name In the County of Bradford.< State Dlltthlll' 19th day of Murch.i CHANCERY.!: named Court l.n,1< cause and you taken. ,a. ponfessed by you. 3-28 4t 4lHE1QG3GICJD <
of the Circuit Court of
of $850 and license suspended Bradford County: Dr. Arthur ABroyleit
Sot 30 days, .. 1719 8. 'Wth :
J. D. Place, aalne.vlll.rl., .;
Murphy disorderly
Walter H. Murphny. Dr. vy.rn.
conduct by disturbing the er M. Lauter. Karl Lund.'n.DI..tor. ,
forfeited Ansoclatlnn for Com
peace bond of$3'l.50. munitywide. Protection fromN
clear Attack, Inc.
J. D. Murphy voluntary Intoxication Dated this 11th day' of April.A. .
forfeited bond of D. 1968 at Starke, BradfordCounty ,.
3750. Florida. J
4/11 ft1 t a A
ual or el.trio.. For sale or FILING 'CABINETS, Type .
rent. Adc", subtract credit bal writer Stands Desks, Choirs
ance.Bradford County Tele- Safes. Bradford County
graph. Telegraph.BEERtoast .

to America's economyThe r ...yr ..fi :

brewing industry Is a massive and dynamic part of ....

the national economy. Each year it pours billions ,of ,."
dollars into commerce and government. ...+

$1.4 billion in state and federal excise taxes. ..;
$3 billion to employees, suppliers and distributors. "'

$875 million in anricultural products and packaging ,i [:: [:] :: :: VAlljABCE COUPONH tC1L7LIL7a'rT : :] }J' ,.

materials.The I (;) ..

brewing Industry Is a proud contributor to America's .. 8.. 4 151 I :

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.... SECTION B PAGE SIX__ ...+.. BRADFORn COUNTY TELEGRAPTL BTARKB.. n.ORm..t '-. -- ? unsPi\Y..- .--.,. -Agg.ii.-J!-:...!! -

Colored Citizens
I .
a. 0a1 .

Little League baseball practice
begins( Monday April IS,
and the season opens Monday
May 6GUIs' ,,
Softball will begin
April 29 at; 4 p. m. ,_ r i
T The Starlce Tigers will playa
baseball game Saturday and
'Sunday on RJE Field. Starting : j ) q
time for these games will l i 1I
be.2:30.: I b l -
All Interested girls are invited \

to participate. : a f :
The NAACP meeting will beheld 1 ,
Monday night April 22
At; 8 p. m. at the Philadelphia AA, ,
.Baptlst Church in Lawtey. All ,
Interested citizens are Invitedto '3Lb. CofrASTOR. Limit On.with a $5.00 oiaVBU.V :

There attend. will be a Political I r'SHORTENING. 49.fI ; IOe l

:Rally at New Bethel Baptist _
Church Wednesday night, .. 0 : /
April 24. at 8 p. m. i \ ONE-GET; ; ONE FREE WHILE; THEY lAST SHAVING CREAMs a
MRS. LAURA W1UTMORE ... .... ... ._ .,
Funeral services for Mrs
Laura Grcggs Whltmore. of > PEANUT BUTTER
9:1:: N. Oak St., will be held 00000 5tf 8 ''
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< "fs'K: >bM'pjjSirtH! > : ? T. .
at 2 p. m. Sunday April 21
at 1 Lb.Con ASTOR limit, on*Com of your cdaic with 15.00 order
New Bethel Baptist Church
with Rev. A. Vinson official '. STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 39O .
Ing. COFFEE. 48 '
Mrs. Whitmore was a long- O O __
time resdent of Lake Butler order .
:and Starke. She was a nativeof 1 LL''Can FOLGERS Limit on.Coll.t oFyourdioic*with $5.00
Langley S C., but moved : : I
wIth early her life.mother to Florida In COFFEE. 50 t C. PEACHES. . I ;

In later ]life she came to . r'iBKoef .
t \
Starke and resided In the Lincoln DUNCANIINFS CAKE l / ":
<<: City area. She met; and R t .1&& :
married Hamp Whitmore of '{ .- .:'t.. i
this' city, who moved with her MIXES 3/$1 .',"',.',;
.to the present address. Mr. '
0 : \ .
preceded her In .1"" ,
death, but she carried on. t-tk.LAND SUNSHINE PURE CREAMERY '; .
Mrs. Whitmore was very in.
dustrlous and was of such BUTTER..h..69 '0 ac. THRIFTY' MAID No. 303 Can THRIFTY ,
character that she could work MiEANS..S/$1
for and with the most scrutinizing AT'CATSUP 4/l LIMA ,
; persons she like:! to recall -
her service to Judge and 2.f Pba. ARROW BATHROOM No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID, No. 303 Can DEL MONTE,

'Mrs. Mary, Mr.Patten L.. A. ,Canova Mrs. E.Dr.E.Canova. !TISSUE Ai 9 T BARTLE1T PEARS...4/$1 GREEN PEAS, .. .......5W / *I n

J. J. Canova, and Mr. Rob .
I 44.. No. MAID f
'Weeks commenting If 400000 '01. Can DEL MONTE. 300 Can THRIFTY

render, you your,will service be with respectedand you respect Jumbo KLEENEX PAPER PINEAPPLE JUICE 4/$1 PORK & BEANS JO/I!

helped by your employers.She No. K Can DEL MONTE : FRISKIES CAT& ., +
'gave many praises and TOWELS 4/$1.1 .8$11Gi

were thanks the to source them of because being they able TUNA FISH..4/$1 DOG FOD;....... ....

to care for her daughter Mrs. LEAN PLUS*100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON i
Maud H Magee, and to possess -
a home. BEE .5 .:. $1.99
Z She was a member of Choir 1 R a -
:; No. 1. Her'passing on April FRESH PORK TENDER LOINS" GOOD FOR ROAST OR((10 Ik lot t&.fO
.. 9 was the; result of an extended -
> '' illness.She Is survived by \ PORKSTEAK..up..u93.
? her daughter and several nie ::. ,
:; Y .
1 T' t).
Ebenezer Baptist Church, f LOIN tROAST. i8.59
Rev.' C. Burnette pastor. .. ..
Thursday Prayer Meeting, FRESH BOSTON BUTT'e .
7:30: p. m. Friday Junior and '
Senior Choir rehearsal 7 p .PORK 4 ''ROASf 49 i
m. Sunday School 10 a. m. . t8. ,j.:
Morning Worship 11 a. m. ,
Evening Worship 7 p. m. ,
The Junior Choir will hold 1; ..FLORIDA.&;GEORGIA GRADE "A" D &. P
their anniversary. April 25-
28. Saturday there will be a I
concession stand and many _

Mrs.friends.church goodies English reporter.Mt. -of Mrs.will all is Ranell.asking members beon English the sale.and cooperation L j _: ___ FYERS

Plsgah AME Church\.
Key: George Young pastor, ,
Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng -
: Service at 11. Evening
Service 6 p. m. All members WHOLE
and friends:! invited to attend. FRESH, YOUNG, TENDER

Lewis Greater Baptist McKay Bethlehem pastor.Church Monday Rev.FreeWill ? ,

Pole Beans 2fbS,39.lB.
night. Choir No. 3 and Ushers 5 (
Board No. 2 will meet. Tues- ;
day night. Choir No. 1 and 2 .
will rehearse. Wednesday
night Prayer Meeting. Thursday U.S, We ''f QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .

Story! night.Hour.Ladies:Friday Circle night and p\o'rUt"A TOES 20 le, 75 i PRICES APRIL GOOD 21 THRU .
Prayer Band Meeting. Satur- BAG V INN'DIMK TORKS, tNG.-ceryniaHT-l iMQRoTON .i
day dinners will be sold from
the education building. Sunday -
School at 9:30.: Morning 1oif.8: 59
Service at; 11. Evening Service, !
6 p. m. FRESH
Greater Allen Chapel AME : / '.
Church Rev. L. A. Sampson ,
pastor. Sunday School 10 a ABBAGE..2; HBAOS 29
m. Morning service at 11. J ,
Choir Union will be held in WESTERN WINESAPS 1 \ '
Ma'cclenny with Rev. Levy -Y
Lennon of Allen Chapel as APP.LES .4 69 -
host pastor. Evening Service .... BAG I
6 p. m. t.Lb"L'ello"3ao fREsl+'CRISP I ..

FOREST SERVICE .2 25 Bc-ef or I

The Florida: Forest Service 1 Lb' BaD RADISHES. ENDIVE ESCAROLE OR .

County with January reported 27.1 during five 1 acres fires there the burned.In past have Bradford week Since been !!!!!!AINE..10 Meat Pies 5/s/ 1 1'" -

burped fires 100 fires and as with 714 compared acres 832.2 with burned acres 72 POTATOES 1 10 BAG 49*) I IIDMUS '

during the same period last x,11';

year.week River Rainfall{ ending.20 reported: Highland.Monday during: New.40 the: Slo.of.lq.f FROZEN d 5 trow,, b. ., 4/$1 I !I--nE-xrR JfX. GREEN; STAMPS- I n.I i.4'1(.XTRA.1 GREEN STAMPS :

Ice --
Santa Fe .30. County average / j e O i.1.--- h, PUS'S W O BRANBCMOPPIO i : S.LB M4.WT .
for,the week .30. d .D SHANO LVANGround .
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Tom Edwards To Represent Fla. i

Fair 'Great'Novak .
At Nat/ Showmanship Contest I I .

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Tom Edwards 18, ion of Silver Springs/ Inn
Mr. and Mrs.Maurice Edwards Tom.s father Maurice, was
Says Jr who own a cattle farm re-elee-ted to a three year
south of Starlte, was selected term as state director of the
last weekend to represent Angus Association and Mrs.
Florida In the National Junior Betty Edwards, Tom's mother,
Bradford County'S motto Novak the only paid help Showmanship Contest In.Lexington 18 presldent-elect of the Ladies e 5, 6
'Thlnlrs Look Great'In" 88" used during the Fair toraecurlt.y 3 q '
was Kentucky this August. Auxiliary of the Angus Aseoclation. it /L !
proved to be correct In the re- and maintenance. All Tom was selected alOng with I
cent Fair and Strawberry others who various
accepted Bill Elliott of Okeechobee at The Association will pay
Feslval, according to 1'alr
respomlbWtJes also boughtmemberships the annual meeting of the expenses of the two boys at
Manager Pete Novak. In the association
ti Y
Florida Association
Angus the national cont.est.
"ManY individuals gave for themselves and their April 12-13 In Ocala at the EIeefro-Prnte?
hours of their time to help fam1Ues.

make the Fair possible and the 1968 Fair attendance exceeded ...... -
fact that the Pair was the : the record ot 40.000 of I CARD OF TIIANKS 3 Charged t

moat succeaBful In Ite hwtoryJs 1961 as did the revenue from' Y .
a tribute to those individuals all SOlll'ces. Althoun all bllla: We are sincerely: grateful to I In Theft 01 .

who worked unselfIshly have not yet been received friends and neighbors for their

to bring about Its succesa:' Fair Assocatlon treasurer Cliff many acts of sympathy during -(Boat Motors Where The Big Ones Are
"and for this Huen Jr. said
Novak bald he was please our sad bereaIVement. OUr
the Bradford County Fair Associatlon with the financial success ot
Js, Irfatetul.". the FaIr which he confirmed appreciation cannot; be ade-I Grand larceny charges have These five lIMa were caught March\ 18 In KlnltHley Lake

Novak attributes the as being the moat sucC8slrul quately expressed. The family I been placed against three per- by tl-rl) Mike Mary, Steve tiltrlC'kJand, Stewart Strk'kland,
the Fair to theeIWOlwmentl In the 18 year history of Fairs of Ray Ben. sons here for the theft of two and Brla..' Bishop. ; all are residents o' Kingaley.Mike's .
In Bradford County outboard motors, according two whoppers! weighed In at 10')4') and 10M pounds,
of many people whdimluntAer- the Bradford Sherlff'oS
ed their help.'Aecordtng' .to The volunteer organIzations ment. Depart- Steve' at 1M, Stewart's 15M, and Brian's at 1 pona.....

Fair Manager Novak paid Charged are Jack Ray Cody, .
particular tribute to were: st. 301DRIVE.I 18: John B. Wilson 0&2. and I

Edwards CatholIc Church Al- Pete Dolton, age unknown. The Auto Safety Testing Equipment
tar Society> : for selllnsr of Fair grand larceny charges stem

premium book advertlsing. from the theft of a 10 hp mvln_ ,)O..... ,. -
the Bradol'd: County Hospital N rude outboard motor from J. Contract Let By Commission I I. ..

I Auxlllary for elllnlr of exhibit C. ..sImmonsWho/ lives south of {
space at the Fair Ground8 OPEN SUNDOWN Starke on SR-100. The three A $4.648 contract was let open the buildIng bids. Under
In the buildings, the Starke Show had worked briefly for Simmons to Starke Motor Parts Tues state bIw the auto Inspection d Rex.Rotary.1Iean4\ !'-
Woman', Clubs for sponsorship Begins at 7 P.M. and took the motor from I day, of'\'prtl 16, for auto vehicle station must be In operation/ 'D-490 Quality
ot the Annual Strawberry ADMISSION Simmon.- boat alter seeing thee safety testing equipment tor by mldummer.. -
; Queen Beauty Pageant the Adults 73e Students SOc rig parked In hl8 yard. the county.In Plans call for a bundinli20\ 'I %evlfbefore befttE>DmeaSEwOpgl.tb 1Im&: Simplicity
Starke Rotary Club. for sponsorship Children Under 12 Free Two other affidavits were also a special meeting Tuesday feet wide and 43 feet long( Cleanliness
j (IDiIta{ t priIIUn El K b EOM, 1tAh 8..oeM BifID EiectasPriRGR
of Its Rural-Urban signed against Cody and the County CommissIon awarded large enough for two testing '
Day Wilson' for petit larceny In the lanes and office dn between IIert's M 1IDJOnIIcaI'.1t IaIoped 10 lit
program and the serving the bid for one lane of an
of free fish to some 2.500 persons FRI., SAT., SUN, theft of a 15 hp] Goodyear moo tenting", equipment and asked to serve! both lane" when the IanrpaklollydrsltElllygcp. >idfgee WrRmrRts An Models lice!: Printers Paste
A.k at the tOr from the home of Roy : Iiecond is Installed In the fu. Ink Won't Leak Hun.L .
opening day cere- APRIL 19, 20, 21 for bids on a tIulldlng large PIofessIoIIIII: cpraIItr 1 fDft r fuss' tnsq. vr
monies, the Bradford Roping McKJinney who lives on Griffis enough to house bwo lanes of ture .. .MIl
CharleyE. Club for its sponsorship of the Hombre Loop. equlpmt'nt. Plans for the building The building will be located litchi ISmr epdtom/ ilk sift.e5_aD_lee'
annual Horse Show the Brad- memos Cody and Wilson are 4n the to the house the inspec. near the county vehicle maintenance -
ford County Farm Bureau and q Bradford County j8l11. DoltonIs tlon service were also approve barn at the new court-
their livestock committee for mall In jail in Creatview and will ed. house site on North Temple

Johns handling the livestock show. be brought to Starke today, A May I date, at the regular Avenue. '.

The Bradford-Unlon Cattleman's Thursday. April 18. Board meeting, Wilt set to tn another action, the board I
The affidavits were-slgnedlby
Association for their Ilewmaa authorized! the expenditure of,I
Robert Green, the first
:About this question! : cooperation and help, the three Monday April 15, and FOREST SERVICE up to $500 by the Bradford I I The TELEGRAPH Is Proud. To .Announce
Bradford Union Vo-Tech FIRE REPORT County Zoning CommIttee In :
I3Hombra two for larceny Wednesday '
I the preparation ot zoning -
"The greatest financial School electronics class for Installing 11.
risk confronting many and maintaining the I April The Florida Forest Service far the county. A New The Line of ..
Dealership -- Complete
prosperous Individuals or sound system during the Fair reported rIve fires In Bradford I
Aero Club County during the past week,
families is i a liability suit the teachers and principals of I

for $100,000 or even $1,. the the local advanced schools sales for handling of ride Sets Fly-in January with :a7.1 1 acres there burned have Since been I GLASSFOR Bohn Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator And Mim-

OOOOO for causing Injury tickets In the school, the J)9() fires with 832.2 acres EVERY PURPOSE

or death to others. Does Bradford Citizens Band Club For Sunday burned as compared with 72 eograph Machines And Suppies.!
the Charley E. Johns for maintaining radio com- tires and 'lit acres burned Mirrors
Agency have "excess li- during the same period last
mUIIlcatlona which also as- faro.ws'PAULDEWMAN
ability" Insurance to cover At the Keystone Aero Club's year; FOR EVERY PURPOSE
exposed risks and excesEive sisted the folks handling the regular monthly meeting Tuesday Rainfall reported' during the
parking of car. FREDRIC MARCH night final arrangements week ending Monday: New SHEA'SGLASS
legal) awards?
Novak paid particular tribute ,, J were made for a large group River .20: .Highland, .40: '

Charley E. Johns t.o Charles SChaefer who RICHARD BOONE of visiting planes and pilots Santa Fe, 30. County average CO. Bradford County 'felegr h
from Florida and SOuth Ceor- for the week, .30.
directed the parking program
Av DIANE E CIlENTO gla. 571.4315 nl.435J.fi
icy although the Fair came at a NOTICEThe UU N.W. 4th Piace ;':' ...t.
131 S. Walnut St. Between 50 and 15 aircraft Gainesville I r,
time wilDe two members of arlt'expected to lly-In to the Bradford Union Area
PHONE 9/1'/ J-5070' "HOMBRE-I.t.
his family were hospitalised.I ..... ,. Key1Wn.AtrporL Bunchy Vogat.! .kJ.i.- !. ii cAl.C&, p ter...f :."- "
morning;-where they will be is now JaKlnll; appu"u..u.
71Ipllaafont IIUi ARIfI It K1PfNNBUSAVgl.4n welcomed with breakfast. An from high school students far

inPangran. .... i."iiiICliIlIIII.a aircraft contest wtu start at next year. Applications should
GAINESVilLE ....__411taa1 M.-.ford.._ 11 a. m, with golf after lunch be turned In to the student'sprlndpa.l 's s .it' ,, a J
counselor this Aeutnro wo.
PLUS Keystone Mayor Ray star- or.
I nes wm present a trophy to week Bay .
I the winner of each contest.. "' .
Business Directory < I II : Boat Lake riding Geneva and water will also skiing be EZERASE TYPEWRITER r --W 4xDOO rurrrR rISOY
I'r.NJ HflHt: nfast c: on PAPER, Mimeo Paper, Bond : J ''
I I II available to the visitors. Paper, Notebook Fillers.-- '
The following committees Bradford County Teleeraph.ADDfNl1 .
I JI will handle the day's activities:
Food: Wally Fordyce Dick, 1\'f\CIIINE! Man- ;

BRASINGTON STAG 'N DRAG Myers, T. A. Yawn, Homer I uat or eledrlc. For sale 01'
Satterfield, and Fred Hayes.
AJILLAO-OLD8MOBILII) rent. Add subtract credit bal-
8ALE8 a SERVICE e Stanley Blacker Coats/ Contest: Bob Flrth Bob ance.Bradford Count Tele-
Arrow Dress Shlrtee Lappe, T. A. Yawn Nolan I
FIDe eltM'tlon o' Used Gin rraph. J iS ., 0 .
Tak8I 011 Cadillac, Tra41111 Puritan. Sweaterl Woodburn, Fred Smith OOIY I( rlt Ar- /y1 t P C2PP OJCPF"
::2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 118301 e p..tere IIICketa Transportation: J. D. Hen- ,. i J SI All. For An Ar..EJ C..Iiae 11r
Ladles Sportswear derson, Bill Austin, Ed Hus- hen you frtA( PURPOSaAay Ram M Yoar U.wsr

CRANE '2" Stores II W.' University sey. c EAST Ta.r lesFary by.
LINroLl'f-1\IERCURT' and. Galneevule Mall Golf: Jim Zowal.lta, Toy buy early; I fi ti WEEKLY Mr6ete... ARltimel.AIFAluwww .

AatIIortMld.1I&I 4.1Sento.: Turknett }
2201 N. Main Ph. 312-.373 Boats: Carl Hagglund your whole
MOBILE HOMES Wayne Whiffen

Crane Impo.rb Parking: D:1vld: Fenton family

Volvo 1\10 A1IIIt1a Bealey MUSTANG IT Homer Satterfield. I .. % /dju.h Up, Down,lair,K NgY .' rer.xso.s
,,S' Yi
Bon E. University, Oalnesville. Stephen Sod RIqueI: WSdt: EtfrllanoOBnettTaald The club Is planning: a lamfly benefits! tt..s.ai uu. ra.a fZ7r" 1' w, t1 (lewothfep.rSOW4'r' +r'
Phone 872"2 Mobile Homes, Inc.Oane.v111o's Pleasoc Ai hr0006rM!: cookout for the next regu-, 36" Umbr.la Table i lei% '$ ,. "N "' ''C + kb s.r.cord
.. rJ'tv q ,dl sfr
l : r! : r : -e D.aoM st facade
WiIIicm RedfJefdnf Arttt.r buy
; Kemdl '
lar .
meeting.President: A. weu.MMrLa.ara. .tre ,
Beauty Academy / DInt HoblJlo Produced: by sad DaYI1 Ctrected by A ion. .3 PIECE GLIDER GROUP Mareiwns.tkaIk 4
Home Wee Lot. fmcfler.ScYeenpbybyharry Fordyce Invited I IaU / i.f..t Perch, Della K .. 10" 11COLOUI S
= Interested In club DOMINION Q
POWELL'S Adaptation by Iavd) Dscaru1dcf persons During April and.[ Ea.a i 1"W.I SM.i. $ V$ Stasis J
Academy NEW MOON ICAPELLA mlRimn flying to write the Keystone May, your purchase OSCILIAtINOr G,... I nitaUyo finlrh.d, Oro pta.
Beauty AI 10MI' a. $100,down- tty DWaI Aero Club Rt. I, Box 119. of a FANS Y.gar .lud..r 2 Pas.ngee Olidp y,, AfheAvatiabl.lff .
Learn a Profession In.TOta 4820 N.W. IStb' .' 378.1346Offlce Keystone lIelihts. a'd Malchine Maki Ratkei YaM".q Sl, y A WED. ie D.vie. Job M Ywr Neal
New Holland baler or forage FAN
Spare TIm.. F'II11' or Part Time I I WhaeTrha M.NIChat. $3DC/WN/ 14"2-SPEED ..... $39.95ti
harvester will earn a valuable Singt.Speadltlha
D.lua. Alrndnuq
219 N.W. 10th 118-2168'' .. '
1 premium through the Early' o.l.l Met., iIACK CNApt FOLDING CkIAl9t 17"3-SPEED ..... $49.9'.1M.vea
ELEM1UC MOTORSELECTRIC Equipment FLORIDA Buyers' Bonus pro- 1'OD Ca t.. $.#U MysA 20"3SPEED.I.fAlrralk9eM. .
: THEATREShowtlmeVeekdays ,ram. for example, G i.tn4.4ke, tubelalksrb 1 '" DELIVERS

Hancock OfficeEquipment C a telf-propelled unit 16' r I_. ''i Ili e: itrmwa. WINDMAKER S YEAR
brings you a tabl. iZ-FAN
Motor Repair CO.. 7:00- Sunday 3:00: model' color 'TV: a S t.otiCOLORS.alrrtaf, att.g. GUARANIa.N
Of GtIIneervI.. r.. Wes al.tetr l y > f OLOSD D.Yx. R. woe
Smith-Corona Auth. Dealer Baturday 1:00: pull-type model' earns you a .Ar.lY .-.. A aWaap6ww..IWaw.rtr
Repar1ng-RewlJ1dq white *-+ er. .w.
black and portable TV.

New and., Used 272.8313 COaryNoWrdbtaBLAdding':Machines, OalcalatonZALESszRVIcERENTAIa] Or, you can choose one of "yo -..J 1 Vg D..rativ.. Pra4u
211111 N.W. Ulth Ph. SATURDAY AI'RH 19, 20Doub erel other exciting bonuses.I I ,' 1 p-1 1050 $'rCa SW48 'tlcal and C.mforr

Farm and Industrial Feature. Program Off.r Is good only during April w-v--- .A1) f rt: Slat.able.Doubt.Redweod Tvbe +

Equipment 5238 N. MaiD Pb. S18lS and May. And only applies to I 1 hAodIL1( Opti Comfortable Arm Alumhtum'it
shocker totuwa N:1UOfI new New Holland balers and it ,%t$ .., C.astruct.d el lr 2115
Santa Fe Tractor, 'Z",.;' Jai *w oRl9 forage harvesters.Stop In sacs R/a./ with Alu. ii 1 wS98
that for complete details," )
FORD PAINT dt GLASS suss a.a.rwsraoartrnsal d1' '1 bag urn.
Farm Tractor k Implement will d II *' theta w.bbmg,
USED EQUIPK1I1N'r Liddell Paint & drive 1161 11A14 N.a lip kgb ( fOIDING CHAISE.ttOLoR5 .
\ Rtghu)
; -! (
BALES PART IIERVIcm! Glass Co. 'Bersserk'I ly'St Avocado O.uht. Tubular
4488 N.W. 6th. ::: 41-2\48\ 9 .r4'1 With
Turqu.a. Arms. Spun
vl s umpkin qM Ends. AJasb to 7, y
GARDEN SUPPLIES G'MI.non SBdbeg no- PLUS J;! 1. r It. odlfon.
Tab Endoa'U'M-8boww' Doors
Johnson &Faris. Inc. Furniture TopeTiladow.WindowsAwning .lietlwt-. t, PATIO ROCK4P $ 98e
Awed[ CAC
Complete Line of l I Il r ( L- /,i Jrf u

PLANTS- SEEDSPlANTSJUe P" aappUMFrRTILLZERA 118 N. W. 18tb 11 .891 ., k' +t J\EW HOLLAI\C 5 ,. t r t MA' ) W..W gw..ur $ fI DOWI//

: Y
'We Rent FertilIZe Spr.gd.rf DIVISION OF SPERRY\ BAND PECIAL VALUE! C1IlAfLh AYtada cusalorculst.

<, 22. N."'. 8th "h. 512-0118 SEWING MACIIINES 3 aMnECha'P Grou :+. TurquaiN Pumpki.t 7E M RJsAlt
Reliance Service ; laun-
LADlE WEAR National Sewing MONDAY Y, TUESDAY APRIL 21, 22, 23 althraSu.faldingGfia Cwhrea el.ar.asitrrrww ',

tailea/gtEq! / \ P,... V (wJ $
Cherry'sOabregvlUe's Machine Co. Inc. ae ClAn DOM l1
I Df.AN 'STEU.A EU ANNE and Supply Inc. .taeoarsa ,uw lwt,ias b1dQS3 L
,, MOlt PshlauN.Address PfaffNew Han.Nele.. I' r I Priced S.ptrroMty 4 l7Ca wattunoa 's..trr $ 98 c semllL9i
I .
For Ladle.DE2 MARitN I STEVfNS!WALLACH JACKSON D.1Y. t7tei 4.D.Iuxs
BtJE8-8111TS-COATI! Vied and ReposeeseedSalesRepairs ....... P. O. BOX U9 I i kM;s$63iIHAi it 1 4"O1f rv/owl GIsAte

MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES I, All Makes BOW TO s.wr: It l 1WUUaG-l la PALATKAFLA. 'wdl 1 a i a wti
I '' S\\NLEY' .SHAPlR Yl Mile Towards

Two Stores: 1 University. Ave. ,,811 W. University 118-1S CD ..,-. MD RUlli VCUI Up!. Hastings Hwy. 207 I 128 S. Walnut St. Phone 96.4.5289
and Gatnesvill Mall Phone 325-28.11

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Section Three Pace Two BTAttKB. nA> _
,_ RlDA. THURSDAY, APRIL 18. 1968 _.. ,_ I

Garden Club Legion Post Keystone Heights Belote's Leads

Keystone Hilites To Meet April 27 Elects New Post Office Given NEWS NOTES Wet-Dry Election Little League'

The Garden Club of the Citation Of Merit fly Helen Elsa Belote's Drugs and Cun--

By Regina Schuber Lakes will meet at 1 m. SlateThe nlngham's Gulf won Saturday

Please Phone in Your Items 473-3067 Thursday, April 25, at p. the Officer Keystone Heights and Its Set t For July 23A night in the second round of
postal employees have been at
home of Mrs. R. L. Bridges on COMMUNITY CHURCH Little League games Key.
Lake Geneva. following new officers selected to receive Postmaster The two services on Easter atone Heights Park.: Cunning.

WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS! The Duplicate Bridge Club Preparations will be madeat were elected at the regular General's "Citation of Merit"for Sunday were highlighted by ham's1: beat the volunteers in
The second annual KOP meets every Monday night at this time for the annual meeting of American Legion outstanding cooperation in the bringing[ of Infant chil- local option [wet-dry] statement, since the be checkedto the first 'game 5 to 4. It wasa

(Keystone-- Parade] dates the Municipal Building. Play Flower Show to be held at the Post 56 on April 9: the Post Office Department's dren for baptism. Mark David election for Clay County has 'would necessarily signingwere real thriller ending with

July 1 to 7 have been approved begins promptly at 7:30.: The Masonic Temple In Keystone Joe Oisay, Post Commander; Natural. Beauty Program Congressman Sunderland, son of Spec. 5 been set for Tuesday July 23. determine If those the Volunteers' winning run

by the City Council Mrs. Club Is sponsored 'by the Wom Heights from 1 to 7 p. m. Charles J. Schaefer, 1st Vice Don Fuqua announ- and Mrs. David Sunderland; under terms of a resolution qualified voters. on base but unable to score in

Fremont Tones general chairman an's Club.JUNIOR Saturday, April 27. The show Commander; Frank Williams, ced this week. Debra! Lynn Skinner, daughterof adopted by the Clay County The Attorney General ruled. the last inning. Kent Morgan,

reports. WOMAN'S CLUB will be open to the public. 2nd Vice Commander; Ken- Fuqua said he was advisedby Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Skin- Commission last week. however, that this would not Cunningham's pitcher, hit the

Within a few days, letters The Junior Woman's Club neth Gri'der':! Finance Officer; Postmaster General Law- ner of H ulton. Texas; and The Commission's action relieve the County Commission first home run of the season

retarding rules etc. will besent had a regular business meetIng Albert Foster, SergeantatArms rence F. O'Brien that the citation Jonathan Randolph Smith] came in the Wake of an opin- of Its duty to call the election Jimmy Martin pitched aU the

to artists who exhibited on Thursday evening, BrooksHorsfallWedding ; John Orew. Historian; Is awarded only to those son of Mr. and Mrs, 'Wendell ion from Attorney General if the petitions were signedby way for the Volunteers.In .

'paintings and crafts during April 11, at the Clay Electric Plans Albert L. Crosby Jr., Service communities whose postal facilities Smith of Birmingham, Ala Earl Falrcloth stating that It a sufficient number of the second game, league

,last year's KOP art show. Co-op building Officer; George Pierce, Executive have received superior Special Easter anthems were was not within the Commis qualified voters.Supervisor leading Belote's won over

This is a no jury, no prizes Following the business meetIng Mrs. Bonnie Brooks, of Pa- Commltteeman; X. M. ratings in rigid Inspections by sung by' the Adult and Celes- sion's prerogative to consider I of Elections S. D Scales. 3-0. Bret Cole pitchedfor

show open, to professionals the new officers for next latka, and Alexander B. Hors- Smith, Chaplain.The regional postal officials. tial Choirs, and the Carol any charge of "misrepresentation" Saunders had previously Belotes and Tommy Smart

'and amateurs as It was last year were installed by Mrs. tall, of Keystone Heights, will Legion Post meets every The evaluation takes Into Choir. in a Jaycee letter that checked the petitions and for Scales. It was a pitchers'

'ear. Fremont Tolles of the Senior be married Saturday, April second and fourth Tuesday consideration such factors as The Nursery and Kindergarten accompanied) the mall- ack ,found that they contained the battle from the start. Each

We hope to find new talent, Woman's Club. 20, at 2 p. m. In the Community night at the new National unusually attractive groundsand Classes of the Sunday petitions presented to the signatures of 3,491 registered pitcher struck out 12 and each

and anyone Interested In exhibiting The Installation ceremony Church of Keystone Guard armory. Veterans of all : a concentrated effort to School enjoyed an Easter Egg board at its February meet- voters more than the 25 percent walked only l one.

at the show may call theme was "History of Roses.'"' .Heights. Rev. Donald B. Harris wars are invited to attend the make the surroundings of the Hunt at the home of Mrs. Ing. required by law for a local -
Next are scheduled
Mrs. Henry Schuber are show The yellow rose Is the Junior of Oakland. Calif.! will meetings. post office as visually Interest- Richard: Cunningham on April Opponents of the election option election.

.chairman. 473-3067 or write to Club Flower, and the rose was conduct the ceremony.All ing as possible. had challenged the legality of The July 23 ballot will] also for 4 p. m. Saturday. April

,this address-Clover Lane Box mentioned throughout the friends and relatives are Keystone Rotary "Mr O'Brien has advisedme 11.The Executive Board of the petitions on the grounds give voters an opportunity to 20, at the Keystone Park.

166. Keystone Heights 32656 ceremony. invited to attend the ceremony ," Congressman Fuqua said, Church Women will meet at that the Green Cove Springs decide the method of sale-

"and she will be glad to send a New officers are: President. and reception following. Has Easter Topic "that Keystone Heights will be 1 p. Monday, .April 22. The Jaycees. who originally mailedthe 'whether by package only, or SIGNS, aU kinds. AletiTor
letter Vice Pre l- cited for maintaining its postal petitions out to the voters
and to Walker
answer any Mrs. V. : final evening meeting will be
Charles E. Reese, ministerof by the drink. Cardboard ,The Telegraph
had said in their letter that
:questions concerning the show. dent. Mrs. R. Farris; Treasurer -..vyYycvvmvYvvv..1IWI4N: facility in such a superior at 7:30: p. m. on May 6. The
the First Christian Church that It provides a the names of persons signingthe .
Registration forms will be Mrs. M. Prevatt Jr.; Secretary manner new year with new officers
I of Starke, a vivid accountof would not br
gave clean neat and pleasant placeIn petitions
sent on request. Let's make Mrs. R. Stanley: ,Board BEACH will follow the annual covered
this exciting Members Mrs. B. Young aM the trial of Christ at the which the public may conduct dish luncheon of all circles on made public. It was charged f
an even more of
the the
of To
meeting Clay
pre-Easter its postal business. that this was a misleading People County
show than last year. Mrs. J. Bannon.A (Lake Bnmta Fe) Keystone Heights Rotary Club May 20.FAMILY.
bracelet was presented to I DINNERThe
Byi UIctiMl D. ChlttrFh. : last Friday.
The winners of April 8th Mrs. B.Young as Junior Woman Mr. and bi-monthly Covered
.7 -It1J Rev. Donald R. Claussen of of Fitzgerald Ga., NIGHT HOURS
.games. were: of the Year. &AAAAA. ....AAAA&AA: : ,. kl.a.AAa: Orace Episcopal Church. Or- Mrs. Steve McIntyre of Atlanta Dish Supper will be held at AT DOCTOR'S OFFICE Your attention' IK. respectfully drawn to my candidacy forreelrc.tlon

1. Mrs. James and Mrs. J.Dey. Mrs. Steve Moore, retiring: Hello friends this Is ange Park will be the club's Ga., Lt and Mrs. Sam 6:30: p. m. on April 24, in the to the Important| office.. of.,County, Judge for
president, was presented with' tuckered out your speaker at the Friday. April Butler in of Jacksonville NAB educational building, with Df. David C. Brown of the another four-year term.

2. Mr. and Mrs. R. Starnes. a loving cup trophy and with the news.rollingreporter Last week 19, meeting. Lt. and Mrs Al Chambless of Mrs. Walter Orollck's circle University of Florida Medical Among my qualification to hold, this office are the
bracelet charm. NAB Mr. and Mrs. Charles members as hostesses. A special I Center, will be in Keystone following: "-
3. Mrs. W. and Mrs. while father
Swinger my James was on
of the and daughter program Is being plannedby Heights each Monday and !
Tolles. Several members vacation travel- Stranjberg; 1. University of Florida law"g. .
f. Junior Woman's Club visited and, we did: some We left hour In the canal. I enjoyed Paulette and Roger Bradshaw Mrs. Frank Ilgen. Thursday night from 7 to 10 2. Member. of The Florida Bar since 1930.

4. Mrs. R. Bridges and Mrl!' /Hibiscus Cottage at Sunland Ing visiting. seeing Roy [who has been and daughter Nancy, all of FELLOWSHIP CLUB : p. m., In the office of the late
,A. Bachmann I, '.'" 'on Saturday morning, April Thursday for Mobile. Ala., and confined to a bed since 1961 Jacksonville and Sam Doro- The April 11 Covered Dish Dr.:' Don Chrlstoffers; for the 3. Practiced law III Cluy County' for 18 years before
I there 1:00 becoming County Judge.
got around m
13, where they gave a party : a. from an auto accident we thy and Charles Henry Butlerof Luncheon at the Masonic Hall purpose of seeing patients.Dr. I
SCHEDULE..': .\ for the 36 girls of the cottage We spent the rest of the night had a lot of fun talking. Saturday Ormond Beach. was well attended. President Joe Rawlings. of the 4. Experienced In handling the many kinds of cases
with B. V. Buchanan [who left for Bonlfay. to Ethel!; coming Into the County Judge's (Court.
OF SERVICES They had prepared nine we Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ward. Weyman greeted new Jacksonville Naval Air Station,
dozen eggs for the Easter egg my father grew up with] and see my great-grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Walter- members. Mr. ana: Mrs Cecil is in Keystone all day every 5. A proven judicial record In the office since 1040.
family. Friday afternoon, we
Mrs. HK "Ma" Chitty and attended and O'Brien. After luncheon an
PARKof hunt and also brought cupcakes went to my uncle and aunt'3Mr. son and famIly. and Mr. Saturday. Some of the things, I have dime, while In office:
her birthday dinner on Mrs. Leroy Lovell and familyall Interesting talk was given by
candy'!! and Easter baskets and Mrs. D. V Williams,, I. have maintained! fa" minimum office "
the I Sunday. Every year all of the of Starke were Sunday Gay Livingston who related operating. budget
i with them. son Roy and daughter Marcia. and cele- while Atlanta.Mr. which hns saved county taxpayers: thousands of dollars .
LIBRARY NEWS Chlttys get together guests of Pete and Joyce Bar.t..r. personal: exper.ences
PAL MSi", I While we were there their brate "Ma's" birthday in Bon- stationed In the Holy Land and Mrs. Lewis Muir during my tenure.

There will be an Open other son Jimmy and his wife ifay. Among those attending So goes another week at during World War II. He Illustrated spent the Easter holidays at 2. I have been on the Job. have worked hard at the

SUNDAYS* \, 'House at the Keystone Public and two children came to visit her 83rd birthday were around beautiful Indian Beach. Let's his talk with colored their home on Milrose Bay. j..n, and have maintained honesty and Integrity In
11:00: A.M. 7:3EP4LTHURSDAYS( : Library a week from now on with us. My father and I went I the affairs of the office
: 80 children, grandchildren and all get out this week and soak slides. Mrs. Muir Is the former Dr.
April 25, from 2 to 5 p. m. across the street with Uncle great grandchildren. We all up some of that good sun. Remember During the business session, Sarah Lou Wells of Keystone 3. I was Instrumental In obtaining more juvenile services

7:30 P.M. During National Library D. V. and his father. and enjoyed a big dinner with almost the fish are biting the Membership Chairman an- Heights. for the .children of Clay County. To this end a
: week not caught four Bass In half I Juvenile, Counsellor and '
we hope anyone an separate detention facilities
FUNDAMENTALBIBIE everything you could and lots of them are being ounced 78 paid up membersas Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Adamsof
familiar with the local library think of to eat., and visited caught. Until next week, here's of April 1, Dues are only $1 Jacksonville visited the F. for juveniles were provided., ,

: TEACHING will attend this Open House with relatives. Grandma got per year, and a token offeringIs P. Egans on Good Friday. 4. Only four appeals from my decisions have been taken.
sponsored by the Woman's' by committees. lots of nice presents and was Leeon.LEEON'S CORNER taken to defray the rental to a higher Court and I wa sustained! 'In three of
;: All S"rf fees Held In The Club. LITTLE LEAGUE NEWS Mr. II.n'd Mrs. Ronald Skin. them and the fourth appeal wan dismissed
very happy to see all of us. "Ma's Hapoy Birthday"We of the hall. A large hall, by the
: New Bible Center The next scheduled game, ner of Houston, Texas, and parties to It without final dwlnlon. which In effect
Refreshments will be served
She will be visiting us In where and recreational
took little trip games
will be Saturday tylay 4, at Mr and Mrs. Wendell Smith of left my decision standing.
June when she has to comeback activities be enjoyed. is
Up to Bonifay. may
.1 City Park Belotes' vs Cunnlngham's Birmingham, Ala. are visiting 5. I have .
% to Gainesville for an eye The purpose of the trip. needed, and It Is hoped that "some of my law books to the County
: at 4:30: m. Second Rev. and Mrs. Leon Mllner for use In building law
p. a library the
Sunday night we returned birth- of church and civic up for Judge's
checkup. Was to celebrate Ma's some the
To The Voters of Clay County game Scales vs. Volunteers Mrs. Milner Is an aunt of Mrs Office '
6:45: p. m. and brought Mr. and day. clubs or organizations will Skinner and Mrs. Smith
Mrs. Alfred Hudson by their and meet the YOUR FAVORABLE CONSIDERATION
HERE AND THERE AIL of the family came come forward whose Infant daughter and OF MY CANDIDACY -
.. home In Gainesville. We stopped meeting place A ON MAY 7 WILL BE
expenses. APPRECIATED.
miles and miles around
I wish to publicly thank for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oar- From son were baptized by Rev
you your"support'in'the by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Game Day is scheduled for
Everyone was happy, Milner.
ber of Nelson's Point recently
past and to earnestly Chlttys in Tallahassee! for a April 25 at 1:30.: but a placeto
In not
i the crowd there was a
returned from
a visit to Lees- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Warren
.solicit' your support and vote in the short visit on the way. My frown. meet large enough to en-
burg and Tampa. This past and children of Covlngton Va
coming Democratic Primary on May I Prandmother Copeland visited: joy these activities, is yet to be Thomas J. RiversCOUNTY
weekend Mr .and Mrs. Joseph There was every kind of food, were holiday guests of the
7th. \ Mr. and Mrs. Roy CrenshawIn found.
I Williams of Elmhurst III. visited From cows to chicken to pigs William Warrens.
Gainesville while we were PERSONALSMrs.
I am the Garbers in KeystoneMrs. If you had looked real close,
presently serving as your i Williams Is Mrs" darter'ssister. gone You could probably have Fay Olson on arrivalat JUDGEpd.
County Commissioner front District 5 Friends of W. A. Wallacewill Unity, Wis., writes that she RUBBER STAMPS and!

'and basefrny;rqq st for re-election onInypast"record. ". :Mr. Thomas Burns and Miss regret to learn that he Is Ma found got lots soma of figs.presents, is enjoying It there, but misses Pad*.- Bradford County Tele.

"I ,have always been I Helen Desmond of Little Falls.N. seriously ill in Riverside Hospital Of which she could be proud her friends here. graph. Ph 9646305. ( pol.' adv.)

,honest and' honorable' in all my deal- '7'. were guests last week of In Jacksonville.Mr. She even got some things. Thomas Norwood Is spendng -
and Mrs. Owen Bryant
ings. I have 'always cooperated with Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan That can't be mentioned too | some time In Miami on
the other four County Commissioners Of Nelson's Point. spent Saturday night in Jack- loud. business regarding his late
onvllle visiting their niece
.and all County Officials to get the best Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottln- and nephew Mr. and Mrs. Now Ma is 83. mother's estate. Mrs. Norwood

for_'Clay County. ,lUy.motto for this ger spent last weekend at Coker. This is very true. spent the Easter holidays with Re-elect

campaign is "Strength and Progress Carpenters' Camper's World Richard Barnard of New But if you Judged by her work her daughter and family in

near Inverness.ST. You would think she's but 52,
Effort and
Knowledge. haye Jersey has been spending a
the Effort and ANNES NEWS few with his aunt and All the food was delicious
Knowledge.: There will be the floweringof uncle.days Mr. and Mrs. Chester And everyone had fun. KEYSTONE S. SAUNDERS I

Your vote and support on May 7th the Cross by the childrenof Clark. Richard Is going Into But I'd be willing to bet, I
St. Anne's next Sunday. when It was
Ma glad
will be greatly was
appreciated. the service and will be at Fort
\" They will also present their done.I .

L 'Mite Boxes at the same ser Service.Gordon, Ga for an Electronics hope the Lord will bless us HEIGHTS- Seeking Re-election as Supervisor of Elections of

H. 'lanny" Lancaster vice.The Greg Mar, and Karen Red- And take us back next year.
vestry board will meet
dish spent part of their spring So we can all get together Clay County, subject to the Democratic
Wednesday. April 17, at 8 Primaryof
p. vacation last week with their] To wish Ma birthday cheer.
m. in the Parish House. DIRECTORY
FOR RE-ELECTIO I grandparents Mr. and Mrs. May 7 1968.
The Women: of the Church ,
County Commissioner, D lt. 5 'District meeting will be held D.ents.W. Carpenter.Mr. and Mrs.Their Dolph par- ..- I

at St. Mark's In starke on !Kaiimlers was appointed>> Supervisor.
Reddish were here for the of
Jpd. pol. adv.) April 24. Registration will begin weekend.Mr. U BEAUTY SHOP Flections: ; 'by the Governor of Florida In

I. __ h __ at 9:30: a. m. and Holy[ and Mrs. B. D. Braddock KEYS".ONEBEAUTY November IDfifl, after the death of the I
'Communion at 10. Anvono !lute Mr L. ,
visiting K. Wilson. Saunders
.. of Jacksonville were First Church Rev, ntalestluit UL
t from .St. Anne's wishing to go, Baptist
Mr/and Mrs. James : SHOP he had a legal understanding! of the
Lawrence Carroll Sunday -
please contact Mrs. Alex Bro- pastor.
Robbing Weber With dutlr. of this. office from
/ on Friday. Gary School 9:45: a. m. Worship Johnson. Owner Legislative experience -
kas.Rev.. Gordon Bennett was drove them home and spent> Services 11 a. m. and Personal &: Creative Hair Styl but at the time of his, appointment -

H HA.Safetyi'eposit the weekend In -Jacksonville.Mrs. \trig Every Form of Beauty he did not have a real understanding
.. ..' gue.st' celebrant: .of the Easter, 7:30: p. m. Training Union
I \ Mass Sunday at St. Anne's. Tma Deloach has returned 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for Culture Tucs.-6at. 9-5; closed of the Internal! procedures of the

: 'J" : .1JOY SCOUT NEWS; to her Home in Georgia all services. Mon. office. After holding.; three LegIslative> .
Keystone. '173-48ftS
'after !spending' several weeks elections.
The big District Camporee early" 1967. and assisting. In
with her sister, Mrs. E. B
School Trustee
. '/will be held In the Alachua Watkins William's Church-Sun- Mlllajre election also
district at the new camp near NURSERY In 1867. between Oct. 1. 1967 and Jan. SI,
day Mass 9 WednesdayMass
a. m. ;
,) ,. .' Cltra. April 28. 27, 28. T., C. Miller was a patientIn and Novena, 7 m. 1IMM he gave Clay County the first 100)
t: All' ear (that i Is used during Hope HMpltal from) .COMMUNITY: : CHURCH: O.C. Carnes NurseryHwy. per" rent purge of the RegIstration Boll,
ttnr to' '
:', L the camp must* be bock pack- I had surgery y-M Tuesday* ''to .fan-I Sunday School. 9:40: a. m. 100. Florahome 659-8163" a,16 Florida State Law requlr_ lie feels.

I f r ed in. The amount of gear two toes to ath 'one of them Morning WorshiP. 11 a. m- Nursery" Stock ThouoaiuUnt that he I Is well qualified to do u good job.
I should be kept to a bare min ( Plant A Fruit Tree to for the of
: was turned binder1 and trying Nursery at 11 o'clock service people Clay (County a... Supervisor -
imum. .' only R- choose from Shade Trees, Evergreens of Elections.
: v. Leon F. Milner.
Ia irrow to the" bottom"of Ills _
Be at Mr. Steve Moore's '. : &: Landscape Plants In
Box ]foot. The Millers spent Monday J" t'r Saunders nerves six years. as County HH first
house ready to go at :5 p. m. : container. and only owned County Hospital.saunder .
J" . I and Friday nhrht with from District 3, from 1042
& Azaleas has
April 26.
"' the McGowans In Jacksonville' -EPISCOPALSt. I to 10-18, at which time ho was elected to had: many requests from
Let Us Do Your the
ST. WILLIAMS NEWS LandscapingITSKD people Of
I :.::Jeff, attended the Beach Boys Anne's Church. Morning the Florida Legislature nerving: there office Clay County to seek the

I For Safety On Monday evening, April show at the Coliseum. Sunday, Prayer and Sermon. lilt, 3rd, .. from 1048 to 196lie wax recognized or Representative again, but says

8, 24 children and five adults 'Mac and Chuck McOWwan""ofJacksonvl11e and 4th Sunday 930; a. m. CAlls gtate-wlde for hi.* effective work for the mTi prefer tn remain 00 his. ranch at

1 from St. Edward's In Starke, ,' .roe' ''Wo1T1al' of Holy Eucharist and sermon advancement and promotion of Mlddeburg and be the Supervisor of
Hanks education
St William's In Keystone Santa Fe;' Wendy Wllkerson 2nd Sunday, 9:30: a m, [Nursery Used Cars for the State of Florida. Elect on, for Clay County. Saunders ISY.

Your Valuables Are Always Safe, In A Heights and St. Mary's In .and FWRgr..' Coburn and : SUzy open for all ,services-] BIG CASH DISCOUNTTERMS Tom Bailey who was then State The Hon. mat it u his, desire and determination to

Macclenny received the sacrament -' Rain'of 'tneavile! were all Dally offices of Morning and School pro,'ld Clay County with of the

'Safety Peposit Bqx It Costs of Confirmation ,lunrheon'guesU of the'Millers. Evening Prayer. 8 a. m. and 5 BUY SELF TRADE Superintendent several occitnloiis,. made that Sam the statement on best Supervisor of Elections offices one In the

I The Confirming Bishop was "Mr' ; and,Mrs. E. t>: Hall p. in. Rev. William I. Jones. Rfc 1 Box: M Saunders In State FlorldaM
'rOny! A Few Cents A Pay. the most Rev. Patrick H.Shanley. Otenda Hall.'and .Christopher Vicar.LUTHERAN. IIwy. tOO 8 Mil., 8. StarkpqONCRETEP1OflUrJ't hi, pinion, had done as 'much or more the ability to do| Just feels that he has

: formerly of the Philippines Hall of Savannah Oa: are than 'any one man In the State for the your' vote |this. and he eollclW
,1 : assisted by Father 0'.. ,guests. pf Mr. and Mrs. George advancement of education: Due to the support for re-election.

A FULL SERVICE BArK Shea of Pal atka, Father Kellyof r J51118 rot a few 'days. They Divine Worship, 11 a. m Saunders was also noted statewide for hi. offIce" excessive amount of work In
Lake Furth-'" Sunday. Holy Communion 2nd his In \ UUrl"* this Preon' period,
City, Father came 'down' to help Mr. Ellis INSIST THAT'ALL YOtTR leadership reorganizing the F'IoridaSlate I It \'"l i I be
oner of Gainesville, Father ebrirt8'hU: birthday.! Mr. Sunday. Services held each CONCRETE Prison system, of 'which he was Impossible. for hIm to see each

; WST.0ME t( STATE; .BANKBM.fOl FltzBlbbon of Starke, and "Ellis says tie Is 39. tt seems Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal :;- ARE TUB: BEST PRODUCTS FROM I chairman of this committee at that time. and First' every voter In the county before the

Father Kirby, pastor. that everyone Is going backwards Church. Richard Meyer Ho bait been praised throughout Clay Primary. Therefore he asks that
mlnlltf you
,, ; tm' FJXI.C Keystone \Il.of ht.. ..Fla, Mr. and :Mrs. C;'H. Cline ol on age lately. Edward's Building County for Introducing and passing legislation >-wit and accept hi lhl. message *. a pefllOnaI .

St. Mary's. Macclunny were Mrs. Jo Strandberg had ahouset IF WE DON'T HAVE IT. that provided Clay County; with *nd earnest appeal fur your vole

flYeur.Friendly. Dank In Your Friendly. the sponsors. A reception was l."pcompany: to help we'll get It for you. Office Supply, Inc., support on May 7. .

Community." held in the Parish Hall ot{ $t.WUliama. her celebrate Easter. Those Supplies Furniture. Equip

'F: following the ceremony. VUltlrw with her were; Mrs. ment. Bradford County 728 GAINESVILLE B. Afela-S73-4844 (p0. Pol.THE adV.) I i '

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n. 'I. yyyyyyy In Melrose for four years. He dons be made to the memorial Senior English Class of Mel- w and Phil Eubanks of Galnes-I I 'How To Save A Marriage And Ruin I

was a member of the Melroee fund of Ute Melrose Meth- rose High will culminate many'
MELROSE Methodist Church odISt Church. weeks of hard work and prac. VOICE 01 theSPORTSMAN' yule.Radph Mott of Silver Your Life' Comedy To Screen At Fla.

P'unnal services: were held Guests last week of Mr. and tlce In the presentation of dpringa, Md. spent several
Friday at 11:00: a.. m. at the Mrs. W. H. Allen Included Mr. "PYGMALION", iby George days last week with his mother "How To Save A Marrlai lug the role of superspy Derek
By Joyce Bowe Wl111ams-Thoma and Mrs. Clarence Sampson ot Bertrand Shaw The plot ofl) ; Mrs. Mae Mot. And Ruin 'Your Life;' Colum- Flint In "In Like Flint,"

&&AA&A& AAA&&A" with 'ChaFlInOaineeville Kev. T. 'A. Mt. Dora, 'and Mr. Allen'a thls delightful comedy la ''u I .j' rBr: U Mrs; Mae Matt and Mr and bia PIctures' release In pana- The sequel of "OUr Man

We would like to extend' our Steuart conducting the service. brother aDd sISter-In-law. Mr.. follows: I Mra. Elbert Mott and family vision and Eastman Color Flint" also stars Lee J. Cobb-
Sympathy to the family of Burial was In the sand : Hill and Mrs A. W. Allen of Jack'sonvlUe. Henry Higgins, played by Mike Chitty 9 of Gainesville spent SUnday again teams beautiful Stella In an expanded role of Camden ':

John A. Ross, who died last cemetery In Oorhamr New r Greg Huff, picks up a com- Phone 475-2171 I I with Mr. and Mra. Kenneth Stevens and Dean Martin, a head of the spy organisation. -

Wednesday at the age of 78.I I York MIq zOoftrry\. of Plainfield, mon flower girl, Eliza Doolit-! Wheeler' In Jacksonville: romantic( comedy/ 'hlihly tou- The new 'Flint' !girls

A native of Stanley N. Y. he,, In lieu ot flowers: the famIly N. J.'11 spending a few months tle. played by Marlene Odom, 1G.; ... -j: ;',.v Ralph Mott and Mr. and ted by reviewers, Is 21-23 let Sun-at are Mary Michael Diane
April ,
here at her home, Terry Top, and transforms her Into a day-Tuesday. Bond, and Jakl Ray who are
bad lived with his wife, hell, had asked that contduu- Mrs '. .T Boyle Is staying; duchess. Higgins Ia asalated In HI fishermen, this Is your ad Its name because of its, Mrs; Kenneth Wheeler of the Florida Theatre. featured along with Jean Hale

with her daughter In Jackson- his transformation of Eliza by rolling fIShermen with the habit of cracking the shells of Gainesville spent SUnday with The spoof 'on marriage. also and Andrew Dualran.
vln In the Colonel who Is fish report As usual for this snails and other crustaceans Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Wheeler stars Anne Jackson and Ell
follow1l1K a stay Pickering As the owner and rlnlmtUooter
In Jacksonville,
To The People Of ClayCount : hpspttkl.. W@"hope she will be played by .Jimmie Hall time of year the fish are bitInlr before eating them Shell Wanach, real-lite husband of a circus plagued with a,

I able f try 1ft! hone soon. Also In the play are rIm: good and many people are crackers compare favorably and wife. Several scenn In the series of grisly murders Joari'

'$d:, and1 Mrs. David Hilton Robbing as Eliza'. father Al- catching them. Saturday with the bluegill! In size The Correction I comedy were filmed In Mar- Crawford stars In the second

We live in i a county of opportunity "' and a of elatneev1le I aM Mrs. VirgIe fred Doolittle: Judy Sapp as while In Mobile. Ala, my father nickname. redear comes from tin's home In HollyWOOd.A feature ""Berserk; with T1.:

chance for everyone' to become anything he or Rowe ''and :' children. Debra. Higgins' mother: Ja.neUe Weaver and I caught four Baas In the l'f.d-oranie color on the The Telegraph, according double feature Friday and Hardin DIana Dora, and new.

she wants to be That is who has desire Dekter"kiSd''' Danny; spent as Mrs. EynsfOl'd Hill: 30 minutes In a canal across gill cover flap.ShellCI'ackers. to' City Attorney George Saturday April 19 and 20, comer Judy Oeeaon The pIc=y
everyone a
achieve better saturday' afternoon with Mr. Becky Jenkins as Clara Eyns- the street from my aunts and usually OCCUpy ,, Pierce, misquoted In Its April will see James Coburn repeat- ture Is also In Technicolor
something for themselves.I
to .
and"Md'.1ltonald; Arrowsmith ford 1111: Bruce Grainger as unclea. Last Wednesday we clear sandbottomed lakes Sn 11 Issue a statement the at-

put myself before you the people of Clay ; at their\ :hotA on Lake Roaa.I Fl-edly: Eynatord H1ll: Linda caught' four Bass In a small Florida although a few are torney made concerning In-

County as a candidate for the office of County I 'I 'lrlueata IlUIt week at the Price ae Higgins' housekeeper, lake' West of Gainesville. My occasionally found In streams. lurance on FIre Department
Judge not because 1 am a lawyer because I am home''Of'' 1'41': and Mrs. Gus Alderman Ml'I.. Pearce: rIm: Alvarez Is father, and Uncle Alfred went They spawn early In the year, trucks when they leave the PERFECT HOST ;

do I hold .Included! Mr. Lola ,Mrs. Higgins' butler.'The bystanders to Orange Lake Tuesday, and and the nests are bull In colonies city, .
not. Nor any type of law degree. But
lour Bass The Shen- ,
I caught
Mae Fraser of' orlando and In the street scene by the males. When one 'Pierce says the Insurance Is
because I have a desire to serve the. people of : .Mrs. :Routh' Powell of Ga.1nesvUler are played by Gilbert Bus, crackers are still biting good, male gets too close to anoth- placed "In Jeopa.rdy" when a

Clay County Rev+: and Mrs. 'Warren John Chamblee, Yancy DuD, and we have been catching a er'a nest ,during spawning season truck goes outsIde the city

I have checked the Statutes of the State of Ne'Nbern'' or Tampa, and Mr. Leon Eberole, Preston Outhrie I good/ deal of them from our the fish tight by putting not that it lapses ,..

Florida and also'.the .Constitution of the State of AlderrnAA'q'niece and nephew, and Eddie St. John. Mrs Carl I dock. Grandmother caught their heads together glllcovera
and Mrs. William Moserof Herring Is director. around 20 of them one day extended. The Invaded usually
and nowhere' have I ld1; Park Dedication
Florida, found the require- :
last week. She threw one bait 'If
Is 8:00 m. wine
Jacksonville curtain time : p. because the others helll
ments calling for- a degree in law.I of Fernandtnq out and laid her rod down Set Sunday 3 P.M.
Mrs. Prelrlc Gaines In the high school IYUlnaslum. drive off the Invader, often ,
believe that a: person with a knowledge in Beach spent the Easter Admission Is' $1.21i for Adults while she was baiting the driving him away from the ..

business and iIi meeting and seJ'viui':, i th public lldaYI\-\ with her daughter and '.75 for students and other one. FIrst thing she' nesting area. It the Intruder Dedloatlon services .for the

are the maID requirements\ as welt -as an understanding and family, Rev. and Mrs. children. I knew, her rod went sailing off Is from the same colony, he Is City Park on Church Street In
of fellowman whom we wrii-: Poppell and family METIIODIST CIIVRCII the dock. After a little while later permitted to return to East Starke by the Woman's
our are prone Virile Rowe and Chester The Church wishes to thank I she had' another bite and got his own nest, unmolested by Club Sunday, April 21, at 3
to so many times''misunderstand; 1 1I Wesley spent several days In the Christian Fellowship Class I hung She'too1t: her hands and the other fish p. m.

am presently serving in the office: of the !, orlando last week. and David Mangham for the began pulllna In her line and The park: will be named In

Justice of the Peace, District No. 3, and reside in DUPLICATE BRIDGE painting of the front and back i I discovered she was hung on a TY YYYYYYYYYY YYTYYBROOKER memory of Mu. May O. Wainwright -

Middlebnrao, which 'is; ''my home Winners last week at the steos of the church. line. After Ulllng In all her one of the club's outstanding -
I .J Duplicate Bridge Club were: The Church Loyalty Supper line, she had 'pulled her rod members.
I have held tills office for almost three and Mrs. Phil Kromer and Mr.. has been set for next Satur- In, and still had the fish on 88% Taxes Paid

one-half years and have gained a knowledge of S. P. Sashoff, 1st place; Mrs day !April 21) In :Fellowship the hook. She was very lucky.I .

Criminal Court and.Civil Court actions, PaleY' Boyd and: Mrs. John Hall.,This Is the time the budget know many people have By Joyce Stokes Before Deadline cept for one most Important foetor. .

Strawn, 2nc place: Mrs B. A. for next year Is presented ompletely lost their outfits OACHES the household pest I'most
I realize the office of the County Judge is one Allen and Mrs. J. W. Foster, 110 the entire congregation and like this. So you fishermen be u.uu.uA.aA..u.a.rBIRTIIDAY About 88 per cent of BI'l1d- talked about," .

of the most. important. if not the most important 3rd place: Mrs. Mary Cook everyone Is given an opporltunity sure your rods are secure PARTY tOI'd's tax bill totaling $720,000 ,

office, in the County Seat. This is a great step and Mrs. W. J, Grollck, 4th to Indicate what they while you're.flshlnlr.. Dwight Emory celebrated was paid before the April 1 Perhaps SM should have called for a

for me, just an 'ordinary young man without the place. Intend to give towards the support Santa Fe has been buzzing his 8th birthday Friday a' deadline according to Taxi I free estimate ,'it wouldn't" have hap-

Law Degree the college education, that we all so PTA TO INSTALL OFFICERS of the ohurcl1's program with fishermen lately and the Civic Center with a party Collector J. R. Kelly pened. ,

much need in this modern world today. But I Officers for the next school. next Church Year, The Com- they are really catching fish. Outdoor games were played A the I
large portion or
j I believe, .with your trust in me, I can make you year will be installed a" the mission on Ste'Wa.rdahlp and Jack Miller and Mac McGowan and enjoyed by the 24 guest( un-
the kind of County Judge that the County will final meeting of the Melrose FInance Is In charge of the caught I'Baas! on Sunday.' who attendee. Mrs. Linda An- paid taxes, Keilysald Is re- giuda 7WtCmt

of. PTA next Monday night. dJ.nner. Jack caught four "Muddla- drews assisted Mrs Paul presented by the $48.859 own-

be proud New officers are: Mra. Joan Articles for the Flea Market, gere" The Shad have been Emory In serving the guests( : ed by Container Corp. and .8cllfMlCALL ;

So all I ask is a chance. Miles PresIdent: Mrs Sonia sponsored by the Melrose Action running thick lately with Bass Ice cream cake and Unch. which Is currently under .r," '

This I leave before you "Give a young man Seigler, Vlce-Prea1dent: Mrs.and Committee, Inc. may be after them BIRTHDAY PARTY I aa.tlo.n In the First lItl-// PHONE 1 961.3745,
Sandy Moore, secretary: brought to the parllOnaae. Shlpman's Camp west Mrs Velita Trwnpp honored \ .
a chance. Mrs. Barbara Smith, Treasurer These rummage articles will be shore Santa F'el have reported her son Glen on his birthday Appea.\a. .

sold to raise funds for com.munlty good catches lately. Among with a lovely party at the I .
The Melrose High School projects. those catching fish from Brooker Civic Center Saturday n :
Chorus will also sing at the Mrs. John Howze was guest Galnesv111e, were: Jack Barber nigh OUtdoor games were

I meeting.. speaker at the regular WSCS -33 Specs and Shellcrackers: played and the guests enjoyed!
MELROSE SENIORS meeting last Wednesday. She Eddie Lussier 45 Specs: dancing Inside. Refreshments

(paid Pol. Ad by Kelvin A. Oliver) TO PRESENT PLAY 111 from Gainesville and Is Charlie McCall and James were served the 26 young people -
I On April 13 and 19, theIt's District President of the Nicholson 55 Specs and who attended.
w8CS. Shellcrackers: Mr and Mr. ,6' i4s3!
Mrs Wanda Whitman and. r
After the meeting. a lunch. Pete Gallow-27 Specs: Leonard daughter returned to their tl

eon was served. Patrick 38 Specs and Saunders j
For home here after spending several 'll r
Time Shellcrackers. Prom Jackson- days In Bartow.l'vt. r 7OR
ville: Paul Kitchens 25
Viola Concert Russell Thornton ot
l'Ipel'lI: Steve FI'azler-6 Bass,
Ft'l :
pounds Bennlnlt, Ga., was visiting STATE SENAtOR
largest one weighing 7 :
Set For Cancer Mr and Mrs Padgett30Specs. and Mrs Paul Prescott t .. . .
a SOUND Miss Kathy Prescott this
;i From Baldwin: Frank :
I IPI'escotts .
weekend. Also visiting the illy.iw'
? Crusade May ZDr Nelson 40 Shellcrackers: MAY 7T"
7s. 1 this weekend wel'e.1 a
from starke: X. M. Smlth-35

L' 1 Robert E. Carson or the bream: and from Earlton Starke Claude, and David Prescott of Anyone Wishing 1'0 Miske A

1 University of Florida Sym- Beach: Phillip Thomas 10 Contribution Mall Tp
Mrs. Zedra Hamilton and
phony Orchestra will perform Bass largest one weighing 11 Keith Austin, Campaign Treasurer.
Mrs. Eva Harl'ell were vISiting
with the viola at a Cancer pounds: Don Morr1s-30 Bass P. O. Box 849, Gainesville
Mrs. Alice Edwards and Mrs to
Crusade Concert set Thursday, In a week I (pd': ,)
Virginia Kelly In Keystone .
Grlfrln's Lodge
May 2. at 8 p. m. at Woman'sClub
Santa Fe] report that the Heights, Monday
In Starke
,r GOVERNMENT Dr. Carson has played In Shel1crackers are moving on MI', and Mrs. Pete Doulllaaor
Palmetto were visiting Mrs. ,
throughout the United the beds. Alan Griffin found
He Is presently Pro- them on the beds, and caught Iva Douglas this weekend.
fessor States.of Humanities and 24 Saturday and 22 Sunday liar Ian Smith of Auburn- No flue, no chimney installs anywhere
dale the Easter
at the UF' Paintings Mr and !\rs. James W. Bell spent HOlidays
Vote for the candidate who will represent ALL of the people by English Dr. Carson which have of Jacksonville caught 25Shellcrackers. with Mr and Mrs. Aubrey I for instant hot.water.
Green and family.
throughout Flor- and Mr and
in Clay County. Ida been will also be on display at Mrs. Summerlin of Palatlea !Alan Smith of Auburndale : j' .

the concert. caught 16 Shellcrackers. Saturday la spending several dayS with I \ ,. ... :

Vote for PROGRESS in the May Primaries The concert will begin at 8 Roy guided J. P. Roberts Tony Cutlen. of .
Michael Castlen USN
and they
and son-In-law
will be on
p. m. Tickets San Francisco, Calif Is home 1
at the door or any committee caught 10 Bass. Sunday Roy for 15 days with his family ,..I : .. .
according to Ml'S. guided Sam Shugart and J
NEWELL listed below and Mrs. Leroy Stokes. '1It"" i I.
Joan Chitty" Crusade chair- caught 6 Bass. While they I :
Mike has Just finished Radar
were In for lunch. Roy went ..
man.Committee members to out atone and caught an Syspounder. School In San Francisco He '
1Poi. has been assigned to an aircraft ,j.t. ? ,'.
COl\ll\IISSIONER-Disl. of
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY of arrangements and C. A Barringer I
charge I carrier, vas Kal'Sarge, i .
8 Bass
ticket sales are: Mrs. Pete G.Felos. Jacksonville, ,' 1ifi.
HOMER NEWELL) Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs during the weekend. PoP In Long Beach, Calif ',, \ I
( Adv. paid for by
We are sorry to hear that '
f ./
Cliff flaxen, Jr., Mrs. J. Mau- crosby of Jacksonville, caught 9 .
Rev. L. L. Parker Is back in
rIce Edwards, Jr.. Mrs. E. L. 4 BaM and some Specs. John v
Matthews Mr's Harold God- Jlut.chlnllOn, 011s Browning too Alachua General Hospital

Vote Nay( ,lth -- ReelectLEON Mrs.win, Mrs.Vincent Betty J. Register spengler,and I, and stayed Royce three Wills daYs of and Plant nights. City and week.had At major this writing surgery his We con-this do

and caught 200 Specs. dition Is very iood.
Slims Flsh-'N-8tufl [Key- wish him a speedy recovery.
Cigarette Tax stonel reports the following Tommy Raulerson Is now

catches BobbY P'lelds'and home here with his parents.Mr. .
: BAXLEY'S Up In March Cecil .03l>urn pad 19 Bass up and Mrs. Dick tta.ulerson,

to 8'' pounds caught In Bedford after completing his time with

/In Area Towns Lake. Vera Reynolds and Uncle Sam Tommy was IIta-
honed In Frankfurt, Germany
ROY Watkins' ,caught an .
and an 8 1:4: pound Bass In for the past 2'" years.

6 Board Member Dist. 4. Clay County Cigarette tax: collections In Santa Fe.Monday. Tommy Raulerson and Gene
totaled $8,974
o March this year we were visited by Raulerson spent several days
In Starke, a $1,200 Jump over two of the flshlnlrest fellows last week with Mrs Ada Robinson -

and getting involved tile same month In 1967 which county. Jimmy and and family In Lakeland.
is primary interest mean! In the N.
To meAedpion a d. !
saw 5.763 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry
from the ground McRae ,who as usual .
rstatidln'jtt and being a partof U. up. area Russell '
in it, und Green Cove Sprhgs had been catching Bass. They and family of Gainesville

The Ruiitl' ftli'e.-chldren: must be in the forefront of ,each and every town nearest the size of had 20 Bass that they had were visiting Mr and Mrs. M.

J8ion. A board member should not weigh his chances Starke collected $4,871 In caught on plastic,: worms. tn- O. Harrell Sunday.
School .BotIrdde March 1968. an approximate Mrs John Lewis of Santa
decision that he Is called 8-pounder
results of a eluding an
in the next election against the to the best of $900 increase over March 1967 Jimmy had caught ''Jimmy Fe, was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
dedsion according
to make.'Jle'should make that which saw n.na oome In. Malcolm Lewis and family
upon said that he and his Ion David -
of the predominates
which the good child collections -
In cigarette tax ,
his conscience'- a conscience La.wtey along with Carl Lamar, Sunday
if It should Involve element of unpopolarity. were $575 las month or Mr and
and then justify it, even I Dale and Ricky Johns caught Sunday guests
compared) to $484 In March 47 Bass In two days In Santa Mrs. Guy Harrell were Mr.
1967. and Mrs. BobbY Parrish or
institution In that 'it must Fe "That's even good for Mc-
The School board is a highly complex: It is Brooker was up only slightly Rasa," Dukes Station Mr. and Mrs. You can Install an ELECTRIC WATER HEATER In any
exercise .judgment In a great number of highly 'or areas.should be with $388 collected In .A.'J' you can see the fish O. C Hayes ot st. Augustine convenient place and forget it,..under the sink-ln a closet
if this or that Is needed, March compared to $270 last and Mrs Ewa Hayes and
not enough to ask yourself to what ARE BITING. So I'd advise --anywhere. FLAM ELESS .10 it needs no flue. Fully automatic
conscience Gaines-
collective ait of
Its Mrs. stella Lovely
done; The School'Board must search children. year.Hampton you to get out and fish ..ome.I I 'Culet. Cleanest ever. Super-sefe for precious peace of mine ,
the vllle.r.rr.
will ean..to. had a
of its decisions know yoU will enjoy It. And of Course it
each and every one Increase at U83 In March this : and Mrs. Warren MIzell Cheaper to buy,cheaper to use gives you<<
member is custodian of a chlld.s future for a compared to $218 In Since the Shellcrackers are and daughter were visiting I .all the hot water your faT\ilv{ \ needs No waiting. No fussing..
A School Board year rood and I have some
custodial responsibility with care. I You take of hot water for granted
just plenty
while at least He must handle that School Board March 1987.Keystone ; space left, Shellcrackera are Mrs Atlanta Taylor In Worthington .
of effective
The most advantageous characteristics an his Heights was the my FIsh of the Week. Shell- SUnday. I See your appliance dealer plumbing 01' electrical'! : contractor. :
member his ability to use good judgment, the strength of con.victioons only area town to see a decrease crax are real game competitors Melvyn Bristol of Syracuse,

are to speak well, open-mindedness. Intelligence, In cigarette sales In to a light rod and have N. Y. spent several days with I :

his ability of schools. Valuable and effective service Much: collections were only the pull of fish! many times his brother and family. Mr. \ :

fairness and his knowledge demand that he reach decisions and cast his $1,276, compared to $1,3.21 inMarch their size. Anyone who hasn.t and Mrs Ronald Bristol u '

by a School Board member best for the boys and girls who are attending 1987. caught a nice Shelicracker MI' and Mrs Warren Mizell \1 THERE'S NO MATCH FOR

vote In terms which seem i II\VE ITwe'R doe.n't know what bream honored Mrs Leroy Mizell of FLA.MELESS ELECTRIC
IF WE DON'T M1(a it taTfJfefe bm wnn Imp
the school Office fishing Is all about. So until Lake Butler on her birthday ...i"$ cheaper, tool '
worked to give the children of Clay County the best get It Furniture for J'OIL Equlpmen' next week, here'll the Fish or with a cook-out SaturdaY -.GradJate to fIameba eIo trJc titftittl0'INr ati1g.i

, I have always vote and support, I pledge myself to continue SUPPUet, Bradford CountyTelegraph. the Week. night OUt of town guests -- ;"rails a e.seu :.'lien .isarasI' .
\ With iii .
your t r.
In education. FISH OF THE WEEKNIIELICRACKERS were Mr and Mrs. Leroy w w..m.
) working toward this goal.Pol. : Mizell ot Lake Butler Mrs.

( Allv. Paid for by Leon Baxley MAGIC MARKERS all eol- The ahellcracker a member, Jessie Baker of Jacksonville
. orL-A' The Telegrapb.a of the sunfish family acquire ...




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rYl First' Annual BHS invitational, '

its ( I
a I r

f To See 13 Area Schools, Compete

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Trials SetFriday "I'.h., 1 Thinclads/ Are 6th


,At Fletcher EventBradford

1 /i

Jay--Wade. Hugh Stephens,
At 3
p.m. High Plan Onann and Bill Belote.
finished a respectable sixth
The sprint medley: relay dida
'JJ with 31 point In the Pletcher '
: ,S St Biggest track event of I I II Invitational at Jacksonville 2:08: ,,with Wade. Stephens,
the year, the First Annual Belote, and Scoggins running.
Beach last Thursday April' 11,
Bradford High Invitational ;
I :. a meet that\ attracts both
Track and Field event, is Class AA and A schools.

set for 3 p.m. Friday, '.' Senior Andy Mayton was'

April 19. Bradford's: high point man

With a dozen achooia all t t.ii with 9. Mayton sailed the discus -

Class A and B. besides Brad- i 133 feet for second place

ford High accepting Invitations and tossed the shot ...-It for
it Is by far the biggest third place.
track and field event ever at i ?
"''!nnprM of the 9-hole Ladles, < Golf Around low grom in Group'A; 1rr..l.garet.lIUler.hcld Starke. It has been made poi Bill Belote was close behind

Tuesday. at the ($Country Club here are fifth from left In rear, was low gross In sible by the paving last sum- G1 with 8 14| points. He took D
shown, above. rive" local women were among Group C; Mm. Lll Btahop front left, wan mar of the new asphalt trackon ,rPl third place In the broad Jump i more fauna pro

the winners: Mm.\ Winnie ( ll'1'lll, left rear, low grow. In Group B, and Mm. Naomi Harriet Orange Street west of the with a leap 19-O and fourth (faction in one pack

wan srrod low groan. In Group B;'* 1\h'M. GertieMrRae *, ,second from left ,In front row wan football stadium. MlkA Norman hit the ball well In the 3-2 thrown, out, by the third baseman. place In the 100-yard 'dash at II' H9 at less cost wittBor

fourth from left In rear .tied for second low gross. In' Group C. Competition will be hot and edging, of Bolles last Friday but, above,,was 10.3. Neither were his top ef Homaovntr
heavy when boysuch/ as forts. Belote anchored BHS'fourth t
Bolles took an early, lead d' ;L Call todayl J
I Bishop Kenny's James Pinck- place 880-yard relay

ney who runs 100 ards In 9.7 BHS 3-2 Past' with two runs In the first team and ran the 330-yard( lea '

71 Enter Ladies Golf Around District Diamond, ney who run 100 yards in 9.7 Edges Inning on a walk, single. tri- on the fifth place sprint med- MHRRITTWILLIAMS

Tournament Set ney also/ does the 220-yard I ple, and a sacrifice fly. ley. y

I ria'A' U 22.2 and. high jumps The Tornadoes are 4-9 for Senior Plen Onann was 1 'e"

Tuesday At Country Club Here In Palatka Again 63.Schools. entering, besides Bolles For Fourth Win the season games with remaining.only two. They regular and third fourth in the pole in the vault 120-yard at 10-7 ; N. WALNUT 117

High baseballers BHS, are Baldwin Callahan will St. Augustine Fri
go >to high hurdles at 15.0. Onann
: The Fifth Annual 9-Holel| Dorothy Brooks Williston 36; will play their first game In Fernandlna Beach Palatka, Using a single by Tommy final two Innings' to take the' day. April 19. for a 3:30: p. m also ran a leg on the 880-yard1: rV STREET

Ladles Golf-Around of CentralFlorida 2nd low net: Noel Summey the District Tournament in Bishop Kenny Bolles, Chief- Tally and a nifty double playto win, was safe on a fielder'schoice contest and they meet Orange relay team. t
Palatka next Tuesday. April la.id. Clay County High lake end the game Tornado which saw Griffls cut PHONE
Marvel Park here at 2 Saturday
was played Tuesday, Ocala 38; low putt: p. m Bill another senior -
23 at 6 p. m. when they meet Oily. c'enny' Orange Park, baseballers edged Bolles 3-2 down. Scoggins
Golf 11 April 20. A Tuesday April 16, 2i
April 16, at the Starke Corslglea, Ocala putts. placed fifth in the mile
Bolles. and St. their McLeod stole second'' for the
AugUHtlne. \ for
here Friday night
Club with local Group B winners were--1st game with Palatka was can-
and Country
at 4.5. also anchored -
The District is beIng Smith run : 9615391A
Tourney St. Paul Landry second time. Charles
fourth win.Coming
women acting as hostesseskv":;, low gross: 141 Bishop, Starke, celed because of the death of
the BHS sprint medley relay -
played at Palatka again will be back here again. He from behind In the walked and Tally, a sopho-
Seventy-one women1' fraitt 51; 2nd low gross: Winnie a veteran Sports- tt'VAd11tt
because it is centrally located scored 23 points in a dual meet fourth the Tornadoes more shortstop, singled to team. )
clubs, two lit Octrla 1h-> Glenn, Starke, 54; 1st low writer Fred Green. It probablywill .
seven and has the best facilities with BHS Landry excels with the win- The Tornado 880-yard relay "at
| Tuesday. McLeod singled and' stole sec- drive In McLeod
DunnelloftT"WTOlstoO, net: Louise Ooodloe, Palatka, not be rescheduled unless Iw grigl.L M1
I according to BHS Coach in the hurdles, doing the tied the 2-2 when Paul ning run.Boles team turned in a 1:363: with
Palatka, Keystone Heights!! 38; 2nd low net: Jackie Smith, game It affects conference: stand
Chuck Mason. The tourney is 120-yard highs In 14.0 seconds ond. Charles Smith walked got a man on first in '. I
Starke partldpate bTtbe Ocala, 39; low putt: Charlotte ings.
and J v-. 14. | set April 23, 25'and 26 with and 180-yard lows In 20.3. and both men advanced to an attempted comeback in the
Marker, Inverness
play. Wednesday April 24. left Incase Palatka's. Bob Bibens does second and third on a passed top of the seventh but Tally i
Starke had five winners in Group C winners were: 1st I of a ralnout. the 220 in 21.7 and has turnedIn came up with a made-to-order
the group. low gross: Margaret Miller, 9.9 hundred and should ball.Pitcher 1
Should the Tornadoes win .Larry Mercer! pushed double play ball and when It
All 15 winners were given Starke, 51; 2nd low gross: give 'Bolles' Plnckney some
their first game they will meet them both across with a was executed perfectly to end
prizes from the pro shop; Naomi Harries Starke 57; the winner of a game between competition. Bradford's Bill hard single on a fast ball he ''the game. Tally got in the AN

Group A winners were -low( 1st low net: Arlene Eastwood Orange Park 'and Palatka Belote has done the 100 in 10.0 hit between first and second. game only after Mercer was 1

gross: Marge Smith. pun-;: Ocala 40; 2nd low net: Joan Thursday;A prll" 25, at 8 p. m. and should: g.ve 3t Augustine's Mercer was later ejected from ejected but was the key to

nellon, and Gertie McKae, Tuten, Palatka, 42; low putt: Play-ofr.f>for the champion Landry some trouble In the the for shoving a Bolles the win. I

Starke, at tie at 47, ; low net: Ruth Miller Ounnellon 17. ship are set Friday April 26. broad Jump. Landry has leaped player game when the 'Jacksonville Mercer hurled the first four powerful and effective
-- I I 21.0 and Belote 21-2 team engineered a
District II. Golfers (I done Greg the Buxby hundred of Lake In 10.0 City and has end the Tornado rally. He had a perfect day at the I ,

SENATOR CROSS is a Compete ,Here has nolle.turned in tt 00-flat quarter The the winning sixth with run'was;Dan OrlffLs addedin I plate the fourth.before He being had ejected a triple In for in the Senate

Orange Park's Thomas does singled to start things off. and a single. I you;

Bradford young golfers turn- the high hurdles In 14.8 the Paul McLeod who hurled the II

HIGH-TAX MAN ed In a "not too good" team Raiders' Taylor covers the 100 I n

score of 366 in the District II In 10.0 and the 440 dash In

""'"\ Senatsr. Creit hat frequently Introduced. .., contlitenlly' voted, Tournament in Jacksonville 01.0. Trackmen Look to the record
Friday April 6. accordingto Bradford High should havea Tornado
lor and tonitantly" tpeaki .In. foyer of additional or hlghet ;-
Coach Mike Sexton. good many people in -
"' .... Wolfson High School won thick of the competition. Andy and background

HERE ARE SOME FACTS FROM HIS RECORD: \ the tourney with a team score Mayton tosses the shot ....4 ,
.. .
of 302 in a ,field of 17 teams.In and throws the dUrus 143 feet Drop Jackets 71-52 *
.. April 18. l" 7-In the teglilature.' Senator Cross Intro the 18 hole tournament Freshman Tim Murphy has high of "RedCross _

duced! a bill'" increasing' the. eolei tax and! olio providing individual BHS; ,scores. were' jumped 5.10 and Jay Wade '

for taxes on farm equlpmtnt and automobiles, and '. Bill Adams 41-.3-8..J.; Roy 0-8. Tornado trackmen dropped er, BITS' IT"" "

veronce. tax' on mlntroli. Chasteen42:45-: ; Dale BHS' Bill Scoggins has donea St. Augustine 71-52 In .ft dual 130-LU.-. Landry; SA, '

!. August' 21, 1947-Senator Cress, supporter of 'Income", Johns< 49-47! -96;; Mike Mit-. 4:44: mile and Mike Frlrk meet on the Bradford High 203; 21] Onann, BHS 31. Order EXPERIENCE.. 'A .

taxes for corporation and also for Individuals( mad. .this chell $2-42-94. has. done an 11:12: two-mile oval Tuesday, April 16. SA. -SIxteen years!!. in the Legislature
Adams and ..Chasteen are BHS' Bill Delate tied the 880Run11 Trawlck BITS,
italementi "THE INCOME! TAX IS A FAIR TAX". run.The team '
the .only tWQ golfers who had BHS 880-yd. relay school mark of 10.0 In the 2:04: ; 21] Woods SA 31 Bron- Chairman. of powerful. Rules off' d' '
9. Th. results of' Senator Cross' Onann,
high-tax altitudes are being of Cohens, Stephens, "
any experience this year, dash and Plen son; SA.Sprint. \;
100-yard 'o'f Senate.
"felt' In '19cB by every citizen, every homeowner and every and Betote has turned in a .
Coach Sexton said. Onann at 14.9 seconds turnedin Medley Relay 111,
bvslnoismon' 1:34: and should be tested sore-
In the entire
dole. "In another year or two we Lake and Orange his fastest time ever In the BHS 2:10: [CCcxnens. Stephens -Second in experience and sen
ly by City )I
E Qt., PECK says should have a pretty good 120-yard high- hurdles, but Belote, Scogginsl 1.
Park, The BHS sprint medJey
*l BELIEVE IN COMMON SENSE TAXATION) bated on .thorough golf," the coach continued,' relay team of Cohens Stephens placed second. I 220Dash1 J White. SA, iority in Senate. F

study. An expanded tax bate and plans 'that project "If they work at It." Belote. and Scoggins But St. Augustine's Paul Lan- 23.2: 21] Pontz. SA 31] Cohens.:

state requirements ?Q to 40 years Into the 'future are needed The district match ends the has done a 2:03.: dry was the big man of the BHS. I Member of important Legislative
rather than the '68 season for the Tornadoeswho turned in a day picking 23 points and Mile Relay -11] BUS 3:525: Council. '
patchwork taxation, from crisis to crisis, .thai Plen Gnann has up
won one match and lost high hurdles winning four events. (Reddish, Pats Trawick, Low-
a been the pattern ol High-Tax Crois. 14.9 in the 120-yd. ,
five. and 20.8 in the 180-yd. Iowa. .An all-around trackman rrl. -Methodist member and past

Join the Crusade Belote and Gnann have both Landry won the high jump at ers of Statewide newspapers for
rChairman of Board of Stewards.
vaulted over 11 feet. 9-8. the broad jump at 20-914, I I r '
J RULED LEGAL PADS. Buddy Trawick has done the the 120-yard high> hurdles In outstanding tc ", Senator.
VS Mason; Past Grand Orator of
L = TE.D: PECK Steno Notebooks Order Books. half mile In' 2:07.: 14.5. and 180-yard lows in 20.3 IIROWARD B. REw'e' .: PI..lnllrf'l -

etc. Bradford County Tele-' Several events not ordinarily His times on the hurdles are Defendant?, Florida. RED CROSS I,5 OPPOSED TO:. .
(pd. ; adv.) graph run in a high "school! meet have excellent, BHS Coach George NOTICE TO APPRAI1TIK ; 4 '*ifl
1 I In the Invitational 1-3, llww!.. I )
I 1 I been included to get the boys! familiar 'Loper says.Statistics You' : are Hiowunl hereby notified. thatn Member of Gainesville Chamber -Taking thr aTrack and Gas

milt for d'voroti! hue been
with them and to make the Shot put-11 Mayton BITS filed, against yoi- In the above of Commerce, Elks, and Knights Funds from .our"email .counties

l meet a little different Coach. 42-3 34! ; 21] Clemmons BHS are named.required' Court. to and nerve cmmo' a and copy;you of of Pythias.. :: ::

Loper says. They are the two 31] Perry SA. your .unnwer or pleading to the -Transacting1 taxpayers'! business

mile run 2 mile relay, one\ Discus -11] Mayton. BUS complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney -Graduate of University of Florida behind closed dooib. S/
mile walk, and the triple jump. 138-4; 21 Landry SA 31] Clem- Hon. lAx Green. P. O. ) .
Trials and finals in all field 1200 Sturke Florida. and file Law College; practicing attorney I.... ;'J
mons. BHS.
the criminal In the office of
; :: events and trials In the 120- Pole Vault .11] Belote BITS the Clerk of the. Circuit Courton in Gainesville for past 23 RED CROSStts' FOR:
the 220
HH, 100 180-LH, and or before the 23rd day of
at 3 Finals in 11-0: 21 On ann. BHS 11-0; April, 1988 : otherwise' the allegations -
will begin p.m.
events will begin SJ] Orlggs. BHS 10-6. of ealrt Complaint. will years. -Adequate road system to, meet
all running High jump--1] Larjry' SA be taken ae imnfewed by you.
at 4:30.: This notice iha'.l. b.. publishedonce needs growing
the :
5-8; 2)) Wade BHS 31 Murphy '
each four contecntlve -
weeK tor '
BHS. weeks. In the BRADFORD EFFECTIVENESS t t iil'/'1 .
8 a e.Reeeived
< '
: Broad Jump-1] Landry
; I Dnted this 22nd< day ot March Florida Agricultural : .
I XOT1CH: '' OK--T"1TIO'' TOIIKUIHTRH 20-914: 21 Belote BUS 3] Register 19U3. Improved atjrf'expanded: agriculStVlA' I I-
: FICTIT10I H SA. Council Award for outstandingservice .''1. '
i'I: : I Pursuant to Section 8H5.04.Florida 120 -HH-11 Landry. SA. of the Circuit. Court tural research. programs.4XW .
Hv Beiilah !I( Moody .
notice l I. hvPIby to
given mutates that the untlerslnned. 145; 21) Onann.BHS 31 Wade Deputy Clerk Agriculture. ;< ac"'f) ? '
lira !engaged In tm lne.. under I BHS. 3-28 4t 4ISSfiDM.N Florida -Conservatio >t qfSvkter, soils,
the fictitious name or "Sim- Belote BUS *Given Vocational I Association /1 i
100 Dash 11] Florida,
vrv.;" nuiKUalne. ), P. O. Box wildlife -wthervhatural re-
The 910. Stark... Fla.. .and Intend tlrefl..t"r > 10.0; 21 White, SA 31 Pontz Jarksonvlllo. Dlvlnlon. United, Award for outstanding (
States of plaintiff vs..lames
money you theClerk America
,' said namewith ,
.1 P. Pttrrlxh and. Irene B.ParrlHh sources. '"d
of the Circuit' Court of SA.Mile service to Vocational Educa
save on a bank lir.ulhrd. l County: Dr. ArthurA.. Run-11 Scoggins BHS his wife Defendants. .
President. 371* III. W. 5:02.6 21 Frick. BUS 31 Nt>, 7-7l. Clv-J. Order of tion. -An effective air and
!AUTO LOAN : ftth Broylen.Pluoe, Gainesville. Fla... ; : : Svrvlre' by Publication. This : water antipollution -
Ur. Werner Stencil SA. cause came to b. heard. upon the
Walter\M. II.Ljiult-r. Murplwy., Karl l.undiir, 800RelayBHS 1:36: rco- motion, of pleintlff: for .an order' -Four times selected by fellow program under the

here can make thissummer's Directors AssoFlutlon. .Protection. for Com from hens Stephens. Onann Be- apixtarlnw fur;' mrvli'e I teat by publication this action'and; has It State Board of Health.

'.' vacation by car'' N'munitywld."l...ar Attack, InaDated lote 1 2)) SA. the defendant, Irene .B. Parrlsh Legislators ,for 'the Allen !Morris
been enforcement -
brought for the
thU 11th day of April 440-nash-l1 Oliver SA, of a lien against real, Award for fecUveness.Improved and expanded educational -
THE BEST YETI A. D. Hila ut Stark, Brailford. 55.5; 21 Fisher, SA 13 Penox. property situate within the
County. Florida. Middle District of Florida; that Selected by Editors and Report programs at all levels.
4l1t U.S cannot be served within the
Mo.lr* Of AppllfMloB For lea State of Florida) that It .Is I
.. All of Bald property". beln" I In her
IJ edSee. not practicable to serve
Why at' laoit gtth d taiutodayl .
delay. 1 151.1. $. F. e. the County ot Bradford State personally ;; end< that she. hat
Notice la hereby given, that or Florida... not voluntarily appeared herein Reelect"Red"
lire A. t.. Jackson. the holder of Unless. much perttrirnt or. It I II therefore OKUBilKD a.
..he following certificates hue. crrtlfleutre nil alt b. redeemed. follow: 1. The defendant
ill, d, vd lo be issued tlivreon. Thecjrllflrate described l i In much rortlfli-at' or this CHUN and plead'to the
number. and yours. of rt rtiru-uli.n will lia Hnld. to the i-uniplulnt filed herein on or
Ifiuam'p. ,, tre description of thef.roperty. hlKhviit l.ldilt-r at the court before :May T, 'lU! : or In default .
und the names In In MIX* door. on' I the first. MunituvIn .. thereof, the Court shall CROSSSTATE
which It wait .asimssed. are .a. niimtlif MIIV, 19HS, whlih I I..* proieel to Judgment In this
FLORIDA' ,folluws. : the slit day.. of bay 1968. caries as If said. defendant. had
Certificate. No. 18. Year of Is'.ueae Doled thin. Uth Hay or March. been served with process within I
.98*. the State. or Florida. E. This
r .nrrlntlon: of Property Lola ) order t>>.. pubWHhed. .la a newspauer -

BJl'NJ( :A>t' IS't'ARttE: ( : : le 1 35. Thru..J..5R.U. .11..In-E.Wouclluwn!'. Sec. Clerk( nCI..elll rtmrlM t A.Court.f irby ot Brad- In, Bradford'Of general County'; ,circulation Florida.I

; . N" -.m. In ./hh'h assessed Mr. fore County, Florid. not less than once each week SENATE
FV. We ,h. A.t. 44t 4-25 for six consecutive weeks priorto
the return date herelnabovedeelicnated.
,Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. '* NOTICE TO IJF.FF."DIN In Chambers, at Jack
'toal' or electric. For sale or flKCI'lT CURT URADORD ,,"",vllle. Florida this 11th dar : (Political Advertising Paid| J for by J. Emory ' .. '}ant-Add, subtract, crrdlt balanced > (" 0 I'NTY', K/uORIDA: IN' of March 1188. CHARLES R.
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group : :- Bradford County Tele- CHANOKHT.JUAN : 'SCOTT 4UDOB. ..
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