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 25, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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County Jail after Plea Day

''tin 'County 'Judge's' Court

County's Tuesday, April 23, as five "
"roughest" strawberry season persons get jail time.

in many years was A one-legged .'man, James To Reduce Class Load'Improvement' Raises
fast drawing to a: close M. Douglas,.'was sentenced to

this week a victim of three days'In Jail after his con-
vtctton on"'charges of' speeding -
adverse weather condi-
and'scarcity + i at 90 miles' per hour( Doug Fund Average
tions, low prices -
dFYJ1, las. 35( ,' lives In.. Jacksonville,
of buyers.Bob w Y ? but Is a former resident of
Allen, manager of the ,s '"rr
rl was involved in an
State Farmers Market, announced $1,800A
auto accident"In which be lost
that the auction wouldbe ? a -
? r l t his leg.Appearing. -
closed Friday due to low *' >before' County Uses RecommendedBiggest
volume of berries, and the uncertainty '
Judge T. A.,Yawn in a wheelchair new instructional salary -
of having buyers to Tuesday he pled guiltyto
schedule with raises!
bid on berrlea. Allen: said that ''v a epeedlng'oni'tHS-301 on April portion of the new $344,000 educational averaging $1,800

on several occasions buyers 7. The 'Judge also recom- improvement fund is expected to go to reduce the number per
had left the market when they Thin was the scene shortly after J. T. was apparently killed when he struck ,the teacher was adopted Mon-
mended that Douglas operators of pupils in class by 10 cent Supt. Tom
had enough berries to fill out (Jack) Quigley wax killed Sunday morning digital box, In foreground, Edge of the South license' be, for a per day night by the Bradford
suspended told the School Board in special meeting Mon.
their loads leaving eome lots. In a car-train collision. Quigley was thrown :Street' crowing, where the accident occurred the maximum period. Casey a Board of Public Instruc-

unsold. from his car, seen wrecked here. QuJgley 'Is at bottom of photo. Three teenage .boys, Joe day night.A .
During the week April 18-24. class with 30 pupils now tion.Salaries
Wayne ChittyrWilllam Marion for teachers on a
only 1,247 :flats were Bold would have 27 next year, Supt. instructional personnel -$27.- In
Long-Time ResidentMay Boll Jr., and Richard Brenton 750. 10-month basis will range
the auction at said).
through an Casey
Lambreoht.! .pleaded guilty to the 1968-69 school term from
materials and
of from Recommendations of 8. .
average prlce'l'ange for use
possession of an alcoholic $6,000 for a beginning teacher
$1.75 to $2.45, with the majority 3 the $1,720 per classroom were supplies$40,000.
beverage on'April 4, and were with a bachelor's degree to
going at around $225, made by Casey, who said the Supt. Casey said the presentfee
each sentenced to five days in $11,000 for teachers with adoctor's
Allen said. Car-Train CrashRally Ideas represented the thinking systm for classroom supplies -

Jimmy> Gasklna, president of Jail. of school administrators and will be discontinued next degree on continuing
Fish Fry A teenage' girl, Edith Ana contract and with 15 years
the Bradford Strawberry Cooperative Baker, charged In the same teachers. year.The experience In Florida.
said this' Tentative of the fund School budget for the
; group case, pleaded innocent and, the uses Increases
Along with the salary
marketed 33,389 flats duringthe case was set for trial. are: 1968-69 term Is expected to
the School Board established -
period April 15-21, but pre- Kills Mr. QuigleyPlans The four were arrested by 1. Reduce pupil-teacher ration jump to 9337 million from
of eight-
Set a policy an
dicted that the season was Keystone Heights Trooper R. by employing 20 .additional $1,63 this term, mainly because Most schools
hour work day,
about over, with some grOwers V. Myer of the Florida High teachers-$127.600.: of the, state Increase
already opening their fieldsto way' .Patrol, who said they 2. In-Servlce'training' of 80 In Instructional salaries and alread require a teacher to be
John Thomas 86 killed instantly
was on at
on duty for eight hours.
the public on "pick for a fried fish the $344.000 Improvement
a sup-
your were parked' at the dumping teachers for 30.days: this sum.
I own' basis. Qaskim said the per, to be served preceding the his way to church Sunday morning in a car-train. col-!- ground Just off SR-100, Just mer at a $700 average. -$59- fund. The latter was recommended least 7 314| hours and some
Co-op would be unable to release Democratic Rally at BHS lision at the South StreetA crossing. Inside Bradford County, and 800. by the Governor' longer, but the Board had

figures on average prlres football stadium on Friday, well-known local religious had possession of a quantityof 3. Permanent substitutes 16 Commission on Quality.Education never adopted such a policy.
paid the members until] the May 3, were announced this leader, businessman> ?, andS found eight feet in front of beer.' and then passed by the Total cost of Instructional
end of the Beason.Operations week by Guy Andrews chair- arke resident for 60 "years, the car 44 feet from the. cross Chitty -and Bell admitted .non-Instructional personnel at state legislature It Is the first salaries is expected to be $!,-
hour times 8 hours
at the Lawtey man of the Bradford County Mr. Qulgley's sudden death ing.Police they' had been convicted on .$2 per = time schools will ever have 544,786 for the '68-69 term, up

market!! Stopped last weekend, Democratic Executive Committee came when he apparently did and county[ sheriff's the MAM'offense in Clay Coun times 200 days $85.800. such funds to spend. $333+503 In Minimum Found

l' with berries now ''being sold in not see a Seaboard Coastline deputies obtained details. of ty.. 4. Consulting services of col- The_ Legislature" specifically ation Program and local funds

local outlets, according to The supper will be served<< train as It....,.....approached.theSouth ., the wreck from several. eye In another]'cade,, the "Judge- Jeye standard professora fit $100 per. Instructs .the'schools! to spend over ]last :year.'Ineludlng $3"..
Y'' Starting" -of'_Befr-Star witnesses. Signals at the'crossing day pajn'-49,300. 000 In educational improve-
Doyle- ; from 5 to 7 p. m. in the area Street Crossing.The handed John Lee a 10 day Jail the funds on Improvements: a
Inc. He said total figures for between the BHS cafeteria train, two engines and were working until the term after he pleaded guiltyto 5. Film for library In cooperation report has to be Issued to the ment funds due the county

the season would be available and the football field. Plates nine cars traveling at 30-35() signal box: was knocked par two counts of passing with Alachua County State Department of Educa- next year's school budget is

'I later. will be $1 for adults and:!. 50 mph, according to the Starke tially off Its foundatIOn- by' worthies check Judge Yawn -$4.000. tion saying 'where the funds expected to be $2.37 million,

On one point everyone was cents for children under 12. Police Department,'8truck Mr. the car. noted that 'f.ee' had been 6. Equipment for classroom went and a preliminary spending up from $1.65 million In 1967-

agreed this has been one of Profits will go to the Demo- Quigley's 1966 Lincoln Contin- Mr. Quigley was ,travelingwest warned 'before on the same Instruction and maintenanceof plan Is also required. 68.The

the shortest and most unprofitable cratic Committee. ental on the right front on South Street when the [Continued on Page Four] It-424,800. Supt. Casey also told the) raises are based on
seasons on record. It State candidates will start fender accident occurred.Mr. 7. Library aides, eight nonPark Board that teachers and! administrators monies allocated by the special -

., hat often been said that growl speaking. 7 p. m. and will Impact spun the car around Quigley operated, along have also broughtout session of the Legislature

l I ers never actually.. lose money be allotted five minutes.each. and knocked It 44 feet south with the late L. A. Davis, the the Idea of lengthening which guarantees a teacher a
on berries that 'the worst r- minimum $3.000< salary (from
County candidates will have parallel to( the tiacks. Mr. Quigley and Davis building the schol calendar to 200 days
they can do Is break! even. their turn at the mike starting Quigley was apparently supply business in Staike for for an 10th month of school. Minimum Foundation Program -
But this year, even that statement funds. Bradford County,
at 8 and will be many years. He also operateda
p. m. thrown through: the windshield Instead of the present 180
t has been changed. Some according to Its Index of taxpaying
given 10 minutes each. Unop- broom factory and for
have failed' to make ;! upon impact;: days of pupil attendance.The
growers in Starke.. and at ability must contribute
years one
posed candidates will be limited He was decapitated when
expenses, and many others board also had a leng- 12 cent of the MFP funds
I to two minutes Andrews time owned' Heilbronn Springs.For per
head struck a signal box
II have Juat got their' thy discussion on salary increases
money water from plus add more local funds to
[ many years
Continued Fourl]
back. on Page at the crossing. The body was -instructional
,I (Continued on Page Four! i for make the starting salary of
peronnelbus drivers, custodial $6.000'
and food service em- The Legislature, going along

Praised As Forward :" ployees. Casey said his tentative with recommendations from
Step budget contains room for the Governor's Quality Com-

either Increased salaries or mission on Education established i t""

employment of additional non- two new pay Jumps for

Instructional personnel, either teachers: at continuing con

: Reno Out way the Board want to go. tract and seven years of experience .
I Rally Brings r The superintendent also told [rcC-71' and CC-15

r, the Board there Is a chance) A new rank of IA a master's

that ,schol mllUtr can be reduced degree plus 30 hours of college

n wr slightly In the new budget work beyond, was also
year since funds are now established.This. .
Full Slate n r sr ft* available for improvement.
Of Candidates r 1 In effect makes teach-
action the Board:
1\ In other ers get more pay raises as
.. Confirmed the appointmentof thpy( gain years of experience.The .

Issues were as scarce as pro- County Branch of the National own bootstraps!! and help $7,000 carry-over In the present six principals recommendedby new salary schedule
verbial hen's teeth, 'but praise Association for Advancement those who don't have boots to budget. His opponent Ralph c Supt. Casey and the School approved by a committee of

of the Negro community was of Colored People. get them. Bryan said voters are tired : Trustees last week\ the Bradford Education Association -

high at the political rally held State Representative Gene Charles Sawyer, candidate of election-time promises that -Gave) professional leave to which sent a letter to

Wednesday night In Reno's Shaw told the group "I'm gladto for School Board District 3, "never seem to be filled" and ;G 12 Instructional personnel to that effect to the School

New Bethel Baptist Church. see you taking on InterestIn said that the answer to riots promised only to represent ev- attend the Florida Education Board sets up the following:
The event first of its kind politics," and Ralph Bryan, and other civic disturbances Is ery citizen of the county as Association! Convention In Rank 3 [bachelor's degree I

was sponsored by the recently candidate for County Commis- more and .better education. fairly as possible in Miami Friday. -*6.000 to $8000

organized BiadfordDedication sion, said.: "This rally Is. the "We've got the money to do County Commission District -Voted to call for bids on Hank 2 "muster's( degree I-

finest thing your community the job if it is spent In the 5 Incumbent Zedra Hamilton BradfordUnion 7.000 to 9000.
.t.tI Phase II of the
has "
ever done. right way on the children reviewed his record as head .
Rank 1A master' olus 30
In a keynote address of welcome he declared.Arthur Holllday, of the board's health and welfare ,Area Vocational-Tech-
Of Confederate Herman Johnson, Brad- incumbent, reviewed the great department, with particular meal Center at the Conway hrs.l-$7.700 to $10000.(

MemorialBy ford County School Trustee and expansion In school plant and emphasis on this work with -I Airport on Orange Street. Rank 1 (fdoctor's decree/ or

; I rally chairman, said the purpose facilities that started In 1965 the commodity program. His -Voted to' call for bids on P' v "ulvalentJ$8.400 to
W. T.Weeks ChapterU. was' to have members of and Is still continuing anddescribed opponent, Mrs.' Hazel Paulk I Ii for $11,000.

D. C. the Negro community meet the school system as said the cry of the people of furnishings and ewe work A rank 3 beginning' teacher

Crosby Lake Cemetery and lUten to the candidates, the largest business!! In the Bradford County i ia "taxation the new Bradford Middle will receive $6.000( for the

Sunday April 28 then make up their own minds county. W E. Lawson, third without representation" and School now under construction flr.'t three years then BO up

3:00: P.M. how to vote, rather than let- contestant for the post reminded declared that her experienceas Cn adjacent to the vo-tech cen- $100 each year she stays on
ting someone "come around the audience of several pro-' a successful business. woman annual contract under the

and tell us how to vote." He jects for the Negro schools would enable her to "take your ter.Just new schedule. But If approved. '
was roundly applauaed by the that were started during J his tax dollar ana try to get $1.10 three board members- for continuing contract groin! /"'

The Community State mixed group of some 100 spectators previous term In 6fflce. return." Dedicated Seeber Goodman Rodney Hall, Into her fourth year the teach-

Bank of Starke when he said that any County Commission District Candidate for Sheriff Carl and Art HWday _' ere would jump to $8.300. Staving

And TheFlorida person who would sell his or 1 incumbent Dave Shuford and Hurst steered away from con- present for the special board at the rank 3 the same teache'
her vote for ten: dollars or a his opponent Carl Prevatt reviewed troversial Issues and attacks
would to $7.200 after seven
Dedication: ceremonies Sunday saw the Woman's Club BO
pint of whiskey did not deserve Improvements made In on. the Incumbent, pledging meeting Monday.Absentee .
$7.800 after 10 ,
Starke at Church: and Bridges Streets named the O. years. years
park Mary
the freedom for which
the Negro communities during only fair and impartial law and $3.600 after 15 ex.
Will not be for this nation Is admired.In their years on the board and enforcement, if elected. Incumbent Wainwright Park, In honor of a past president and life Ballots perlence. years

open later remarks, Robert promised to continue their efforts Sheriff P. D. Reddish said. member of the jClub. Little Kathy Kopelotunw, great-grand
business Friday April Now AvailableAbsentee The between ranks
Scott, Lawtey City Councilman along this line. A bit of "I've been your friend throughall daughter of MM. Wainwright unveiled the new plaque. Mrs. Jump
26 Southern Memorial from Rank 3 to Rank 2, for
and vice president of the color was added when two my years in office, and Evelyn Hitch, chairman of the Woman's Club Properties Com- May
ballots for the Instance Is There Is
1000. a
Day. local NAACP !branch said, ,
Negro school youths, seated.on you believe in me because you
and Mrs. Sale club president look
Ouy on.
"We have .been mislabeled. either tide of the middle aisle trust in me." He cited severalinstaneea 7 First Primary ejection are $700 Jump frtm Rank H to
Contributed The has been the property of the Woman's Club
This Space park from
This organization was set up hoisted,sIgns as, Shuford start where he and his available at the office of IA. and another $700
Weekly to Publicize since 1893 and was cleared of all restrictions In 1961. Mrs. Rank IA to Rank: 1.
to use our brains not to act ed to speak saying: "Lawtey deputies had befriended members Supervisor of Registration or
Community Events by like children by demonstratingIn Wants Shuford' on one side, of the Negro community. Alary O. Wainwright was president of the club for' three Court. According to Supt. Tom
Clerk of the Circuit
The CommunityState the streets. We will get our and "Bradford Needs. Shuford" Incumbent State Senator Red terms and left money to be used: for the park. Kathy .is the Casey the new schedule Is advantageous -
heads together and thrash out on the other Cross reviewed his efforts in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kopelousoit of Birmingham Ala. Persons who will be out of for teachers will

Bank problems as they arise, then County Commission District the Legislature ore behalf of The ceremony Sunday afternoon was attended by six the county, on election day ing to advance In rank.: A

Accounts now Insured meet with those responsible 3 incumbent Jerome'Johns declared education, and said he was try- life numbers of the club: Mrs. C. A. Futch Mrs. W. F. may apply. for an absentee beginning teacher, for example
when necessary." He said that that the present boardIs ing to get the black, as wellas can Jump from $6.000 to
up-to $15,000 by Middleton, Mr.. E. K. Ferryman, Mrs Edward Bums, Mrs. ballot in person or by mall.
the local group 1s trying to setting the pace In economic the white, children out of $7.800 if in a 'three year per
Federal Deposit Insurance show Negro citizens how they operation of the county and an "educational ditch.' O. L. Braaley. and Mrs. II. C. Rltch, who presided. About The ballots must be) returnedto Sod she la approved for continuing -

Corp. can better their lot by pull- has moved from a $12,000 deficit His opponent Bob Saunders, M Venom, among them the entire Starke City (Council, and the Supervisor by 5 p. m. contract and obtains a

log themselves up by their several years ago to a [IContinued on Page Four) many members of the Wainwright family attended. Monday May 6, __ [Continued on Page Four]

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Section. One Pare Two Atf"nwinrs ru' 'Tv Twr olu a rns YTA kR1R arfnnllM, THURSDAY.. APRIL 25, 1969w I
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,'1'1' .'1! '''' I Mr. and Mrs Henry Stefa-
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.',' Mrs. Mary Handy of Charleston nelll attended
"1',1'1' a family reunionat In
......' 1"[; S. C. is visiting Mr. and the home of :Mr. and Mrs. Outdoor Fires Banned Bradford
I : .' ,: Mrs. W. R Richardson Albert
!I. .. for a StefanelU in Jackson-
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,_ .- : ft ,' a; week. villa last. Saturday.Mrs. Areas Of State
'i i r Mrs. T. T. Long returned John W. Griffin of And Other Drought
I" '' .. Tuesday from five days visit Ochl'Ochnee, Ga. will spend theweekend
with Mr. and Mrs Thomas with her mother, Mrs.
GLADYS MOOTY j \ ( ,1, Long Jr. and son, Trey, in F. F. Stump. Bradford County was included nesday afternoon, but there

... Phone 9647608Mrs. 'J f i .,,1_ Memphis, Tenn. In an emergency "no was no Indication that it
1 Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Lang- Recent Births burn" area this week when would reach Bradford.
Ed Hudson of Atlanta. ; eton of Manning: S. C. were Kirk Issued a
Mr. and: Mrs. George Hug- bi-'; Gov. Claude
911.,.. )Is visiting her mother gins attended a family dinnerat i visiting Mr Arlen McKnlght Bradford County. Hospital proclamation making It Illegal -
Mrs. Nelson Oreen and family the home of Mrs. H. L. : over the weekend. announces the following births: to start fires of any kind -
for several weeks. Rockwood at Jacksonville Dr. A. Y. Covlnjrton, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Howard Including trash firesIn an
..Robert Hardenbrook and Beach Sunday evening. Mildred. Hancock Airs. Arlen Thompson, Starke, a son, How area starting at the west STARKEDDSNESS
.t1 ties Mazuita of Jacksonville Mrs. Madeline Phipps and ae. .... McKnJght and'' MM. W. B. ard Dwayne April 18. boundary of Jefferson County
,;fin Sunday visitors of' Mr. Mrs.. Julia Blow of Norfolk. u i .. Thompson attended the Regional Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mann and extending east and southto
,band! Mrs. Don Hardenbrook. Va. were weekend guests of 1'cd : Florida Public HealthAssociation Kipper, Starke, a son Richard the south boundary line of !
;; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall and Mrs. Edna Hutchinson meeting in Green Craig April 20. Fasco, Sumter Lake Orange,
: : Cove Springs on'Monday! Mr. and Mrs. James Christensen -
;granddaughters, Debbie Shu-
Mrs. Pearl Edwards Mrs. ant:% Brevard.
1/ Mrs J. W. Rltdh and daughter DIRECTORY
ford and Joan Hall, spent the of Ann ArDor Mich an- Illegal
It -
|'; M. R. Judd and Daughter:! Suz- Mrs. Tommy Johns and The proclamation makes
/ :ounca the birth of a daughter;,
:.:weekend at the Hall camp on anne and'Mrs., IlaleRitch: | children of Macclejmy will visit Cheryl Denise, onApril 22. for any person "to set Ifre
'the Ocklawaha River. were vlsttini: Mr. and Mrs T. Mr and !Mrs. Walter Har- Grandparents are !Mr. and Mrs to any forest grass woods wild \UTO SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oraudon B. Herndon' In Valdosta, Ga. vey in Atlanta, Ga. over the Herbert Christensen of Law lands or marshes or to bulla a
::have as visitors her mother, on Sunday. weekend. campfire or bonfire or to burn
'Mrs S. A Wending of. Palmyra ""Mr. amI"'Mrs. C. C. Parker FIRST WITH HURST tey. I trash or other material thai Gilbert S. Brown I

1 ., Pa., and sister> Mr;. fu'tl1 ,raid/ family,of Cocoa were VOTE HURST FOR SHERIFF might cause a forest grass O' '
., Tritch of Las Vegb.'lIIev. :weekend visitors of Mr. and Local admittances to Bradford Bradford Roping woods fire" In this area. taudard Oil Service Station
;' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ward Mrs. M. C. Wells and. family County Hospital this week Club Sets Rodeo Bradford County has ha' ATLAS,,
of Columbus Ga. were weekend Mrs. Gladys Hatcher returned _' Include: Burnell H. Dyal. D. only eight-tenths of an Inct TIRES &:. BATTERIES
guests of Mr. and, Mrs. Monday from a ten-day I. Knteht, Mrs. Gall A. Hul- This WeekendThe of rain during the first 2' Budget Term*-Road Service I
W. F. Olenn. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frahk : -I burt Mr. Joan Ann Durrance I days of April. The 50-yeai phone CH4-7071 '
FIRST WITH HURST Hatcher>In Orlandq a't a Willie Eugene Green Stephen Bradford Roping Club average for the month Is 4.6' t07 N. Temple Stark
VOTE HURST FOR SHERJF? and will hold its annual rodeo this
Mr. Mrs. Jimmy Thresher Alvarez Jr., Mrs. Patricia E inches.
Lloyd Grider of St. Simon's of Lake City were' Sunday I. J' Spengier! Mrs. Corinne Alva Saturday and Sunday at. the The build-tip Index in Bradford "
Island was visiting htsi' parents I Isltors of :Mr.( and Mrs: E. W. rez Ernest I* Baton, Mr*. Hen. Bradford County Fairgrounds.Six County now stands at 95 HURST'S "
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Orl- ,Hayes. I. ... ... qrb rietta Hunt, Mrs. Georgia events are scheduled, Anything In the 60's or abov
der, over the weekend. Mr: and Mrs. W. F. Herlong Belle Brown Mr. Walla Ldp- and start at 8 p. m. Saturdayand is considered dangerous, according SHELLService
Miss Kathleen Thotna4landJames have had as visitors Mr. and i r'I I sey, and Mrs, Edna Lots Smith 2 p. m. Sunday. They Include to the Florida Pores StationGa
McNeely visited,Mr. Mrs. D. H. Herlong and Mrs. I as u d,, y ;c( i3 all. of Starke:,Mr.. Clara Bell < saddle bronco riding, Service. Lubrication
1 and Mrs. John Rule In'' Brunswick 1 1u 1yt Gabhart of Waldo % calf roping, bull Oils
Pearl Smith .of Palatka onMonday .v ; Roy ID. bulldogging: Some rain was reported1 Tire & Batteries
Ga. on Sunday and Mrs. Harry Her- Sander of Keystone Heights. riding barrel racing! and the north end of Baker Count- Goodyear ROAD SERVICE:
Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Cooper sey of St. Augustine, on: Tues- Admitted and discharged: this bareback riding. and In Hamilton County.Wed Starke
SOI and 100
and family < spent Thursday to SjiiVday Maureen Simmons and Lisa ..I't ybitl_ Y.'..S'.s t 9 ., rich of Lake Butler; Mrs. Ola money as prizes in each of the.I I
with Mr. and Mrs C;J,...rjpQgp-' o'Ne t'of' Miami.,were .yisltlng ( v ti ant i1 q d I Mae Gaskins of Lawtey; Mrs. six eventi.
er. The Cooper alSO 'bWd 1 a;:, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chambers r' 1..: 0.4 'n ,{. al Anita Bowen, Mrs. Elizabeth A dance will follow Satur-
supper truest Ann Wood, Randall K. Ed- Torena Motel & Restaurant
Sunday evemn t' : over tire weekend."Mrs.: Chambers I day's program.
Mr and Mrs. Oma Harrison hod spent the past week nplson. < and Richard' : Dale
Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper ''with the S. E. Simmons fam- ,, McRae of Starke. SERVICE SCHEDULEST.
and children, and John Aswel'bf ilv In Miami. I I 'ales Betsy Matthews. of EDWARD'S!: CHURCH Luncheon Special
Chlefland: Joe' Cooper of FIRST WITH HURST Andrew College will be home 'Jtarke

Lakeland David Young of VOTE HURST FOR SHERIFF for the.weekend. Sunday Mass; 9:15: 'a. m. I
Lake and Mr. and Mrs J JjlV 1 Mrs. L., DAILY MONDAY, THRU FRIDAY
City Mr. and Mrs. Roger P. Ouls- l D. VIning and1 Mrs. Thursday Mass;- 8:30': p. m. I
DonaLd Cooper. ,, ,* ,Inger, son-in-law and daughter : Edward Burns are visiting Mrs. Miraculous Medal N vena II ,
Mr. and Mrs. Hamwfi Bra it of Mr. and Mrs. W. B I Rhetta Dickens in Marlanma< Saturday, 7 p. m Starting at 95c
ham were Sunday dinner 'Sewell will return to their I from Wednesday to Friday. Confessions: 0p.. m. and 7 7 II IIJ.
guests of'.Mr, and Mrs. Thomas home In Baton Rouge La. on : Mr. and Mrs. CharneY' Williams m. Grilled Baby Beef Liver, Smothered in Onions -
Coon In Green Cove Springs I and daughter VickI
April 30 after three months In Liz -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH. I
TheBfanhams also had ap Israel and Tel Aviv where Mr. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Bill "Cevstone Heights. Every Thursday
;Sunday evening visitors Mr. Guislnger) was a consultant on Tilley spent the weekend on Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m. Fresh Vegetables -
:and Mrs. S. E. Branham and bridges:( for the United Nations the Williams' housto! boat' on ind 9:00: a. m.Wednesday Breakfast Served' Any Time
:Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bran- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ben- J't \ the Ochlawaha River. : Mass and Novena -
:ham of Palatka. nett, Mr. and Mrs. W. G t :Mr.! and Mrs. W. W Hood 7' p. m. Along With.Homemade Pancakes.
i Mr. and Mrs.R. L. C. Thom- Thomas and W. M. Bennett of \ : r, \ are In Miami on business! for -ST. MARY'S CHURCH.
'Jaa' of Wlldwood were Sunday Jacksonville were weekend ; t!."" '.{" ':: ,', ,;. a week. tfacctenny.4nnds. Chef Boy-Ar-Lee and Gypsy.
Visitors! of Mr. and Mrs. Her- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred' f .. o..hr.. '" Mft..,' 11'30 n m
1 hen Thomas. Bennett. I
: Mrs;'Pay' Schoenemann of Dennis Oubler of Fort Pierce. At Home ReUpholsteringA

:Madison, Wls. and John P. was Sunday"overnight' guest.1
i Simpson, Jr. of Lynchberg of his grandparents. Rev. and lot of work clouds of dust in place to tuck. Mm. Ester Carter 1 1. pre-
'Va. have been visiting; Mr. and Mrs. V. J.-.Ragsdale whlle'en- and mountains of tacks and a conpl&rlng her rtmlr for material.

:. Mrs. John P. Simpson. Sr. route to the University' of siderable amount of pull are all Included Others participating! In this workshop are
Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee Alabama.Mr. in tile "At Home ;Method of Ito-UpholHtering Mm. Paul Raymond Mrs. Lola Zlpperer tome MeetED
will spend the. weekend and Mrs. W '1"
with her a. chair." This workshop In being held at the Mrs. A. C. Ellis Mrs. T. JO. Hazen Jr., Mrs.
mother Mrs. W. B. of Keystone Heights had as
Mundy. Sunday evening buffet supper Bradford, County Agriculture Building as Ilurolil Davis and Mrs L. V. Hardin.

.FIRST WITH" HURST. guests Mr. and Mrs W. H. part of tile Extension Home Economics ProThe Workshop 18| being conducted 'by
VOTE HURST FOR SHERIFF Nollman, Mrs. Bertha Pearce,' gram. Martha Sue McCain Bradford County Extension
MlSgt.: and Mrs. Blair Mrs. Mary Lane, and Mr. and Mr*. Joy Faulkner top photo Is forking Home Economics! Agent. A nighttime
Phares of Winter Park were Mrs. Lester Crews and daughter. some Ml>l>injf In |1lotl'B for the prlngH, JUrlt. workshop'In Kcliednlrd! for May. If you
Saturday overnight guests of Carolyn.. Grace Faulkner adding Homo more padding\ are Interested In participating In a work-
Mrs. Henry O'Hara. Mrs. O_ Mrs. Amanda Smith of to .tier: chair and Mrs Carolyn Taylor lit shop of tills type get your name on the
Hara-also had as Sunday din- North Carolina Is spendingsome .
fitting Muslin waiting list! as workshops are limited In
ner guest Mrs.Ruth Frazier. time with her' sisterinlaw : Mrs.' Bernice Noggins, left bottom. photo number Miss McCain says..
of St&rke'; Mrs.
Henry Rogersof Mrs. Berry Dyal Sr. of
Waldo and Miss is pulling and fitting the upholstery material
Carolyn Graham and,, other relatives In
Rogers of Gainesville. this area.
.. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Clark of Mrs. H, L. Brownlee Mrs.
I Cocoa were weekend guests of Jim Chasteen and daughters
Elect ,Mr. and,Mrs. T. L. Casey and Mrs. M. C. Stith and Mrs. H.
Mrs. E. T. Vestal. C. Stith and daughter. Tracey.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. SmithJr. were In Valdosta, Ga. last
and fatally of. Paxton will Wednesday visiting Dr. and I
CHARLES r srKA be weekend guests of their Mrs. J. L. Stith.
:. parents Mrs. Lucile Davis, and Rex Brown of Miami spent
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. the weekend with his parents.
Mrs. T. Aubrey Morse of Mr.. and Mrs. George W
SAWYER ,t Tallahassee will be the week- Brown and celebrated his
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. birthday on Sunday. He will
Lester Crews. leave today for a two weeks
FIRSTVITII HURST business trip to Devil's Islandin HIS

l Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwelland Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Kope- I
F'' grandson, Shayne John- lousos and children of BirmIngham

SCHOOL BOARD' 1 son,' visited the, JacksonvilleZoo Ala. were visiting
on Sunday: their parents Mr. and Mrs.J. ./
Mrs. C. B. Terwlllegar had R. Wainwright and Mr. and

DISTRICT 3 as guests last Thursday, Mrs. Mrs. George Kopelousos, over
s' Lindsay Walker Mrs. E. T. the weekend.
Martin, Mrs. W. Q. Bowling Mrs. W. J. Sponger: of St.
A Jl, ,' Jr. and Mrs. Edmund Dwyerof Augustine was Sunday to
Keystone Heights. Wednesday guest of Major and I EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO COME AND
Do YousAgree? I Mrs. V. J. Spengler.
--- --- Mr. and Mrs. N. .i. Wainwright CHAT WITH ED PECK, CANDIDATE FOR

THE Jr. of Hollywood and
WE NEED'A' PARENT with school age children aware of CHURCH: OF CHRIST Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wainwright STATE SENATE AND MEET HIS FAMILY.

current problems and needs, on the school board. A man In- and children of Tallahassee
were Sunday guests of Mr.
terested ]in one goal a good education for our children. Invites YOUTo and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright.
\ Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Simmonsof
WE NT-JE1/-A: ; BUSINESS MAN with experience and the I Hear Miami were weekend guests I
of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams.
ability to manage balance budgets, and who knows the value THE GOSPELOF Mr., and Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins ;- I

of the tax dollar. One who believes we must!' get a dollars CHRIST of Jacksonville were WEDNESDAY MAY 1st-

werth'of education<<( for every tax dollar collected. ,|tlng Mr. and Mrs. One Vls-// .
8:30; ,Sunday. Morning,, ,gins over the weekend.

WE NEED A MAN WITH HONEST CONVICTIONS and who WpXE.RadJo Dial, Mrs. Frances Antrounl :Mrs.
J490., 4:00 TO
.' I C< R. Raysor and Miss Virginia I 6:00:
will speak up for these convictions! .It i is time we must .f WorQhipServiceSunday Raysor, of Tampa, and
stand up and act on behalf of the education of our children. : ;:Mrs. S. T. Dell of Gainesville I Iwele
CHARLES SAWYER IS ,., 11:00: ,,.AJVI.v! ; Sunday visitors of Mr.
only campaign
and :Mrs.! E. D. Tenly.
promise f,can make is that whatever abilities I possess and nUlflLSrudy.Sunday.?I [ > :Mrs. R. A. Barkley of Jack-

whatever time is required will be used to help build a better t C: 10 A.lU.and..7,P.M.. sonville was visiting her mother -

. school) system. 3. Ml. South Dn.US, 30J, I last Mrs.Thursday.W. G.:Mrs:' StrtagfeHoW'. Stringfel- LOYREE COCOMISE HOME
low. spent the weekend with
WILL YOU JOIN ME? Will you allow me to serve the fu- 'Mr: and Mrs. Homer Brown I

ture of our children? Your support is sincerely appreciated. and family In Green Cove,
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Wdlllam C. Smith of Bogota i -
: I
Vote For I.Columbia, South America was ." .
The Progress Of Our Children Published every Thursday Saturday overnight- visitor of I ., .
at:.138 W Calli Bt'.. hie father, L. F. Smith and I ;
The StarKeii'laJ..32otl.. ''Mrs.. Smith while enroute to I Ir V' -
Through Betterment
Of Our Schools "! Tulsa, Okla. on business. : .cs, f"TGhflgl
Second claaa postage paid Mrs. H. B. JIcLendon of Orlando -
at Starke-; Fla.- r I
'' was visiting: her brother NO SPEECHES
Subscription Rates and .'fllater-ln-law\ Mr. and Mrs.E. -

In trade L.M\Uhew; from Sunday to I
ELECTCHARLES area:, $4.00 per
year $2.25 '&.,month8., Wednesday. J
Mr) and :Mrs. A. M. Moore
Outside tNdIIo"area:.$4541Derr J'f'' of Blackahear Ga. will arrive -
year;, $2,5edx'ramtl's Saturday to spend a week JUST PERSONAL GREETINGS
MAY 7TH with Mr.\ and Mrs. J. W. Rltch '
B:: L. :Matthews editor and and Mr Daisy Perryman at''
(pd. pot. adv.. 'publlahur Santa Fe Lake.

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St. Marks Honors I r Co'Uege Changes I I ,r -, UDC Luncheon May Breakfast

Retiring Rector s r 'Told Little Won len Set For "Wednesday Reservations Due

And Wife } f fNew I r {
Little Women's Club mem- The vi, or: Weeks chapter, Members or the 'Sbarke Wo-

-- bers heard a talk on adjust- UDC will have a.. luncheon i mans Club are reminded to
-- Rev. and Mrs R. E, Mac-
ments made from high .e(hoof i i'a meetlnfJ Wednesday May I, at make reservations' for the annual -
Blain were honored at a buf- to college life given by Ml's. I ItiJ Iu 12:30: p m at the Holiday: May Breakfast by calling
GLADYS MOOTY fet dinner Sunday in the Parish John Watson IU at their.. me"t- : Inn. Hostesses will be Mrs.I' Mr", ,I. H. DuPre, Mrs G. s.

Phone 96-1-7608 members Rouse, given by the lug Monday night ef l.l i week r tiJ tiJf Lax Green, Mrs. Herbert I' Nc'wcomb at Eagle's or iMl'1\\,
of St. Mal'k's Epis-
Books were displayed wllH'11 1 R > rW Spear, Ml'lI I. F' Dinklu/i. and I Guy Sale at Leila' by Monday -

Carol Ann Phipps Weds Edward Leech copal Church were purchased by till club ,.. f, '. '" Mrs O. J. McGriff Sr. May 0. The Breakta4
The buffet table was overlaid will be held Weda1eH11ay.
for the pUblic IIbl'\ry.! ,::' J..a. Ml'S. Thomas W. Lester of MSl:
On April 13 ]In Jacksonville Church with a white linen cloth : 8, at 12 nooJ\
The following officers for ,: Jacksonville vice-pl'esldent of :.;
centered with silver '
a the coming year were presen- the Florida division tJDC will FIRST WITH IIURST ..
church, against background soup& tureen filed with arrangement
a. an ,
: president Evelyn Sln- guest speaker
of palms and other gl'eenel'Y. of white stack, w
clair: vlce-presldellt, .
The traditional wedding snap dragons, sweet peas and: ., f.
: treasurer, Doris-
music was played by Alice h'Is. Place cards marked the
I Parrish, organist seating arrangements at the ann Spengler; corresponding / Opening May 1st
secretary, Donna Patl'oy; yecording ,M
head table for the members of
.i Officiating at the double
:! secretary, Jan Ritch;
the vestry, their wives, Rev.
ring ceremony was the bride'sfather
Fred Yel'kes, and Rev. and Officers historian Betty Jo Warren; Gainesville's first exclusive shop rM the a'
Charles Phipps, assIst- Library and chaplain, Elizabeth Miss BlankenshipTo .::.
Mrs MacBlaln. -
ed by h. Don Everson Thornton. Mother-To-Be ,

L ; Given In marriage by her Clyde Tel'wlllegar served as :\fr... nl'rul" (George/ A.) "'IIIfI..r, seated left, WI\ ...11'1.t..11Ir."hl..nt During the social hour re- Wed Mr. Wynn .. .
the master of ceremonies and paid
father bride
wore an em-
: tribute of the Friends or the Library at the gruap'e annuul freshments were served by
to Rev. MacBlaln
broidered-cut organdy Underhill -
gown Mr. and Mrs. Colley
and his meeting lis the UrluJrol't1 County Library Tuesday night, Drl1mnn Spenglel' and Betty EXPECTANTLY
a over white satin. Her shoulder many accomplish- Jo Warren, of Starke announce theengagemcdt
r length veil was attached to a ments during his 15 years 'of April Z3.J. I { of their nieee, NI.7J
matching pillbox, and she car- service at St. Mark's and also E. Tnmllnw+n. seated right Iv ibe new Hrrrt'tory- The Little Women had a Marie 13lankenshlp, to Wayne ( WestUniversity
ried a bouquet of white roses, to the Inmates at the State treasurer! "Irr-Irr"hh'nt, IUI'hnrcl( Jo.'k.1 is hot Nhown Outgoing party at the Freeman Wynn, son of Mr and Mrs. YOURS

daisies, and baby breath. Prison, ; Pr."hlt'ntIr.: .., Jerome Johns presided over tho mretIng Register cottage on Hampton WillOl'd E. Wynn of Starke.
Mrs. Mike Lumbley of Jacksonville It was during his adminlstratlon Lake last Friday night with I The bl'lde-elc.t( is now at- I
18 girls attending!!, Chaperones
that st. MBl'k's made
the matron of honor, Receiving Cl'rtUh'ntl'( of Appreciation for their port In tending: Bradford 1I1Jh School.i I IMl'
the transition from a MIssion were Mrs n. G. Bolling. Full line or maternity wear>! '. ''. lingerie .
wore embroidered pink or- Wynn a 1J67! graduate;
to a Parish, ralNhg, $iCJO to purchase bnekw tar the library In the past Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Mrs, S.
gandy over deep pink satin, Joe ,llIz..n' of BH3. Is attending) the NCO bathing suits sportswear ., dresses
'fit?! Mrs Kenneth Orider, presi- year were ((1-1' : lil'rrlA"ItIl Senior ( Club; )lINt. O. Denmark, and Mn. J. D. p
with matching pillbox. She at Fort Ben-
.. dent of the Women of the Guy Sale "'om""',, {'Iub11': : ''. Anne Gndwln Junior \,""uml'n Warren Combat Academy
carried of .
rt a bouquet pink ning. Ga.RULIn
Church presented Mr. Mac- ; George Pierce. RotAry Club, and Carl \lIn": ,
sweetheart violets, and
+ 'it. 1.."F ..".. ..' .... babY breath.roses Colleen Lumbley, Blain with a wrist watch in Other reciplenty. not shown, ere I1Itarl.'O Postal F.mpIClY1'1' Florida division, UDC will be LEGAL RODS OPEN 9:30: TO."S:30:
'h' .1.1i3' appreciation for his services Union Beta I/IIU' Pial. J.lln"'om..n, :\1. (1. (Uuhba) '
':. dressed identically to her / guest IIpeoker. Stl'1I0 Notebook, Order nook, MONDAY TIIRUTURDAY;. ,
I 1 mother, was flower gIrl, car- and a gift was also presented ,,'.,n.., 111I1101 S. IIUIIN, anti J F. Tomlln"llII seated). The pUblic is invited to at- etc. Bradford County Tele-,
Miss Carol Ann Phipps. or rying a white basket of pink to Mrs. MacBlaln. tend. Rraph. I''
Jacksonville and Charles Ed- rose petals. She wore pink Mr. Terwlllegar presented

ward Leech. of Palatka were roses in her hair. :\fr. Mac Blain with a plaque Bridal Shower Given Birthday Party \
united in marriage at 4 p. m. Edward Leech served hIs son with an Inscription of apprec-
on April 13 In Parkwood Baptist as best man and ushers were Iation for his years of service For Miss Cruce For Connie Moody Mountain Breezes In FloridaYOU
Church "acksonvl11e. BobbY Leech brother of the to his church and its membel's.
The bride is the daughter groom and Charles L. PhippsJr. It was signed by all members Miss Gertrude: Cruce, bride 11.11' and Mrs. Mark Moooy

of Chaplain and Mrs. Charles .. brother of the bride. of the Vestry. elect, was honored with a mis- gave a party Sunday afternoon
L. Phipps, of Augusta, Oa Following the ceremony, a Mrs. George Winkler was cellaneous shower last Saturday for their daughter, Connie,
and formerly of Starke Mr. reception was held In the chairman of the committee In evening In the educational, on her first birthday annlver8ry. BET
Leech Is the son of Mr. and church social hall where the charge of the affair. Other building of the First Baptist t & .
Mrs. Edward Leech of Jack- bride's table was centered with members of the executive Church or Lawtey. HostessesWC1'e A pink and white color
sonville. a three-tiered wedding cake, I committee were Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. J E. Norman Mrs.J. scheme was carried out In the

Tall arrangements or gladioli topped with pink satin bells. Grider, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, R. Norman, Miss Bonnie outdoor decorations. The re-
and mums were used In The bride Is a graduate of Mrs Clyde Terwillegar, MrR. Rosier, and :\Irs W. E GaultJl' freshment table was covered. Cool It With An Air Conditioner From The Home Of Comfort

decorating the altar of the Florida High School In Tallar.e.ee J. W Kincaid and Mrs WIllIam with a. birthday cloth, with
Carter. The refreshment table was matching napkins, and centered -
>,rrJ Those from out-ot-town at- covered with a lace cloth and with a.. round pink and "
tending were Mr. and Mrs. centered with an arrangement I white birthday cake, topped One Of The Cooling) "Heavies!

Jack Miller, and :\fr. and Ml'S. of mixed pink flowers with a.. doll. I
C. H. Baker of Jacksonville, Prizes were awarded to the I The 40( nests Included Con-I
MI', and Mrs, J. D. Odom Jr, winners in several games and nie's' grandparent! MI' and Don1t Sweat Through Another
of Gainesville, and Mr. and contests. Mrs. R. A. Colon.: Party favors '
Mrs. Lorry Johnson oC Live The hostesses presented the were given to the 20( children -I Summer!

Oak. honoree with an electric can .
opener as a memento of the! I Ili "-

Mrs. Mark Hamilton occasion Refreshments were' Christensen '''i i

]Is Complimented served to the 24 guests. Hughey i ) $26600 I

J Garden Club Names 120R
Ml'S. Mark Hamilton was Mr, and 'Mrs, HCl"bC'l.t ChriEtI I lly !
complimented at a stork Slate Of Officers enSl'11 of Lawtey unnnunl'e lhl' I =j! '
v shower last Friday night in engagement: of their daughter. '
the First Christian Church .Mrs L. L, Fu1I1\voUII was Rhh'ley Julln, tfl Claude' Smith ]MONTH
fellowship hall, given by Mrs. nomtnated'' president Cf the : Ifughey/ Jr, sun flf Mr. and'Mes. ''

Edwin Williams, Mrs. Gerald, Starke Carden Club at IL meet- Claude So HUIIuoy, ofCharlotte -.
Ol'unS .Mrs, Jim Faulkner, Ing Monday night' at the home N, a I II '

A f Mrs. Bob Smith Mrs, Charles of MI'II. L. V. Hardin. I Miss 'hl'iHtullllf'n and Mr. !' OLD RANGE 5'
Reehe Mrs. Charles ZlplJerel', Serving with Mr's. P"ullwond ,Ihsghey are bath IItulilmt.s UI.
J Mrs Tim Warren, and Mrs I, will be: M's., I. V Hoi't.llnfirst \ I Massey FnslnesH. Collage .Ju,
: Lonnie Fullwood.An Vice-prenldent; Mrs. H. B. Jacksonville'
: arrangement of pink ruf- Hamilton second voice-prelil. Wedding plans will b. an-

fled petunias encircled the dent; Mrs. K. U. Conner, third flounced at a.. later dale. ROUND-UP SALE

.4. r punch bowl on the refresh- .vIce president: Mrs. Jessie
ment table, and a pink JIQwer "YOWlg, secretary; and l\frs. A. Delegates Attend
arrangement centered the' gift Russell Norman, treasurer.
TB Assn. Meeting
table, l\frs. Norman presided over

Mrs, E. J. Pl'evatt won the the business film meeting afterwhlC'h Mrs. John Haney and Mrs MAGIC CHEF
a on poisonous I a
prize in contest. -
the r
Nate Dyal attended an- --
shOlWn'' by Mr. Bell
plants was
Among the 50( guests were --
'of the Florida Forest Service. nual meeting of the
the honoree's mother, Mrs. N. :\Irs. Hardin served refreshments and Resnhatory Disease u With These Features
s B. Rosier: her grandmother, during the social hour. Association of ortheast FlorIda. _! !"_ :
y w Mrs, Floyd Green and Mrs.S. evening
held:! Wednesday :
W. Hamilton. In the Sheraton Hotel In Jack-I Lift-up Top
FOLDING ALUMINUM The hostesses presented the Luncheon Given sonvUle. I a ; :Clock and Timer

honoree with a baby car seat For Mrs. McLendon amended five year work''' '
The '+ i :r- Glass Door Giant Oven
as a memento of the occas- and budget were
PATIO program I
ion. Mrs E, L. Matthews was adopted. A report was given r: .,
I ,. I
hostess at a luncheon Tuesday of the recent chest X-ray program -
hassee. North Florida Junior
I Your Worth More At
MI- at the Garden Restaurant hone' conducted In Bradford,, Range
College in Madison
Chair orlng her sister-In-law, Mrs.H county when 2,141 X-rays)I Iwel'e .8f42 1
$288 chael Angelo Beauty Care B. 1\.loLt-ndon\ of Orlando. given. Both Mrs. Haney xl Slade Gas and Appliances
$4.99 value sale Center in Jacksonville She Is i I t
I employed in Palatka The long dining table was and Ml'S. Dyal were reelected I
centered with an arrangement Board of Trustees of
to the I
The bridegroom Is a
')f yellow and white mums and
Chaise uate of Englewood High the AssocIation for '$2'39.0'0'
6-Web pompoms and two miniature
I School and Jones BusIness''' yea I'. --
$588 arrangements of the same '-

$9.99 value safe st.College John's In Junior Jacksonville College, and in flowers the table were at both ends of Memorial Day ..-:-.:-- YOUR TRADE 70.00

I Palatka. He Is employed in the The fourteen included
Sturdy, non-tip construction with colorful all-weather, Treasurer's office In Pa- guests Ceremony Set
I members ot the Wednesdaymorning I LOWEST PRICE
extra wide webbing Contoured design frame i In 1- latka, and plans to attend the bridge,!! club and a The W T Weeks chapter,' I .169 00

polished tubular aluminum. Buy both for matched University After or wedding Florida trip to few intimate friendIExecutive -!. UDC, will dedicate a monu- EVER .. I
ensemble. ment to the Confederate dead
SOuth Florida, the couple returned Board in observance of Memorial

to Palatka to reside. Day, on Sunday, April 28. at 3 ONLY $10 PER MONTH

The executive board of the p, m, at the Crosby Lake
Starke Woman's Club will Cemetery.
= meet Thursday, May 2, at Mrs T. Aubrey Morse of .. r.
-34QiQQL w/ 3:30: In the club house. I Tallahassee president of the


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I judgn reminded: ; tho /defendAnt H. Griff Is, worthiest chock; ,.". '1\\Iore,, Dol,.-,h Reddish, and returned to DEAN K HUDSON:l. JR.Upfciidunl.. dnlnasvllle ,Florid. S28III. AtInlay -
; \ Cur Die' I'litl n tUt end to
5 Jailed' of thi extremely! day conditionof I. Will'' Harris voluntary intoxi .r', ',; \ :; } 2 PleadGuilt the owner, James l Thornton: orirn OF" qI IPTO. I rile the original with the, Clurk
tho area and csaM th"t' if I. cation. / t\I( Cooper and Elder are bothIn : DKAN K. HUDSON JR. of llio i bovHtyle< court on or
201U day of Slay
a fire gets out of hand now( Aggravated auttault charges py'J. ?, the Bradford County Jail. I>ori.ndnntco before the
17r I A, 1J. I I'lHS\' iftlierwUe a JurlrrI -
At> Plea Day i iI It might burn the entire county. against James Dean were dismissed : '; '.t"4': >! ',.j;': City Police and. the> Sheriffs D. K> Hull..oLocl"o"l"n bund meat may be entered MKalnat
after a preliminary ii .. ''' : Department conducted a joint <'hattannnga.. TfntieHHfevor I yuu for tin! relief. demanded In
Plttman: and Walter in which the :NOTIFinn the complaint.WITXISS"
Johnny hearing complaining AIII': unit:I11' ,
I Investigation in the four cases. I tuv hand and< tho
that action fur' divorce
l(Continued r 'tm Page One! Brown; charged with carelessly I witness, Carrie Small, admitted him been filed an attain von, and Heal uf laid court' on I lie 18th
I burning the woods in the some there had been provo- ,eil, a day ClIAHl,1S6 1 1).. I'1"1! *.
yuu are rfiiuli' to nerve ARBY
.1'1' I in Circuit' Court
,chstrg"o and then pmsed; sentence case, pleaded not guilty and cation for the assault/ Both ( i Arraigned (ipv of your written defenses, .
with the provision that their cases were act for trial.I principals in the case wel'ewarned t 1 Wednesday morning April 24, KATUHV.V Mounow HUDSON Plaintiff:l. I It fir uny N/'ftl'I1(1S to U' I.on C.\IlMWIIAJI.8:, L. HLIIIKB; ..A.. AM : thai two jail sentences be Other cases placed on' the i;i by the court to stop two defendants pied' guilty to R'''- TUML1NSON: Diawcr" ..I. AH Deputy Clerk
served concurrently. I I I trial docket after not guilty what apparently has been a forgery, breaking and entering e-2: 4t B-10

pleaded' guilty to carelessly:: 'Claude Starling operating a youth, George Williams A 16 year old defendant
burning the woods on March''i I car while his license was 'revoked Jr, who took his\ father's oar / f John Pond was placed on probation -
.25!'and was fined $35. She. ; Joseph Frazier, reckless without permission,' drove it for three years by Circuit .
>a1d// she had started the fIre driving; Thomas L. Albert 'without having a license and I II Judge George L. Patten. ONLY A LAWFUL SOCIETY

roe her own property, but the worthless check; KllngUARY then got Involved in a wreck, Pond admitted to giving a 'bad 1
: was ordered by the court to tr CAN BUILD A BETTER SOCIETY
I $50 check to Thnnl OH Co., ,
,get:: a Job and then repay his
IT S. 301 north of Starke, on
father the $113 In damages. I 1 '
CARTER PAINTS Judge Yawn ordered Smith f. FeD. 2RThe :
back to court for the May 23 youthful defendant had

r Plea Day to report on his spent 58 days in the Bradford

Lit l 1 1I compliance.. I County Jail before his arraign- w ... """'1' ..,,*,"'x '..... "
e ment He told the judge he ,r', .' I *: '., .
p I did not attend school and had k .. '
Crash KillsJ. never been In trouble before. .. ,* .... < .,i, *
I' Restitution had also been made
in the case.George Law Day ,* I

T. Quigley E. Elder 25, pled .' \ I
: I
guilty to two counts of break- 01 r\!\ USA"_ .*, ,r
ing and entering with intentto ,'''', 1* .'" : .. '
C Continued From Page One] commit a misdemeanor and
one of grand larceny. A pre-
the Springs; was sold In the sentence investigation was or-
o area dered in each case and adjudication -
'..csr adQl Mr Quigley and the late of guilt withheld pendIng -

4' Mrs. Quigley organized and Golfing For Cancer Funds the findings. j,I
.e sponsored the Mission Hal A third defendant, Harvey)

and; Fundamental Gospel' Starke Fro Herb HerrpH toes off Saturday In the Cancer Jack Cooper, who did not appear -I I ThUoJv.r i. menHi publUhtd
: Tabernacle In Starke for 32 In court, is charged in I InUreilbvMember
I '' .' Crusade Golf Tournament at the Starke Golf and Country In the public
j'{ ilrirT years and the Ensey Play- the same three cases. Cooper. I
Club an lion Motley and Vernon Sllcox wait their torn.
ground In Starke where a 35 had been arraigned on.one
weekly Bible Story Hour has Tlilrty-sfvi-n mm and women pntemi the tournament and.f50 B &: E charge and released I
t been held for many years. was iiilHi-cl for tho Cancer Crusade. on bond but was re-arrested'''
dcf t ?ctntRLt'4 ODIE COAT He also owned and operatedthe Wednesday by the Bradford
r I Quigley Museum here for Sheriff's Department. )I

flUL L .L LATEX many years. Cooper and Elder are under
/ Mr. Quigley also activein Teacher ADDING MACHINES: Man- bonds totaling $4,500, each for
: l r '4 HOUSE PAINT the Starke Ministerial was Alliance ual or electric For sale or breaking and entering Tom's':
rent. Ad in connection with his Tavern, U. S. 301 south; FLORI.DA
i Re church activities. ance.- Bradford County Tele- &: M Tavern, operated by I I
,. Raises graph. John H. Bates on North :
i Surviving is a foster daughter .
-- '
Ave. and Thornton'sLaundromat "

ollo: Beach Mrs Edna Fla.:Johns a foster of son Ap-: BIC FENS. Ball Point Re-,\ Temple ,on East Brownlee( I II r ,, :: :iBN"K.:; \: 11\/11 I\/ ist'/JflfrK'E? / !: : t

Leonard Noegel of Starke: one fills. Bradford County Tele- Street all on Feb. 25. I)
Approved They are charged with grand
brother: Win Quigley of Plainfield I I
..Wuaurd, ._ aJ.f. Conn; two sisters: Mrs. larceny after a coin machine Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
\OplnN.eJ was taken from the laundro-
f\ Tin' 'IIUTI'"' ('1" WI' orioiuiii
Mnlea 1xlI Lena Bates of Scituate. Mass I
and Mrs. Elizabeth Tyrell of Continued From Page One] "' 1'UoIl'I'1i: .11 "I'If'IUII.I'I' ,\(. mat. The machine was later One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
|v AMI KOH I"I.UJ1'111
.. found on U. S. 391 north according -
::>> ('OIVIY.Itll I
.' .' Conn and a Sheriff''
A '" 'J 1"to master's degree (' ArilHIo.. :MKt: to Deputy
-: ,1: : 'number of nieces and neph- Under the new schedule the .

i' = KOl-lATEXACHYuS. ews.Funeral services were held In average Bradford salary County of teachers will jump In Dhl.P50iA.

aR """WAI1PAlm2GALs.L93 Jones Memorial Chapel here from $6,100 this term to $7.- Save 40QJ. set!

a; i ... Keg: Wednesday! April 4, with Rev. 723 next. a
\ iS x _' PER GAl.I :Lloyd King and Rev. David Principals and supervisorswill .
M Madelros officiating. Bur- be paid a base teaching
1 I RQL-HIDE ONE COAT, NO-DRIP ial was in'' Santa Fe Cemetery salary, plus a $750 supplementplus ...
t LATEX under direction of DeWitt C. $3 per pupil In th schoolIn ,
&.- WALL PAINT 20ALS. 898.' Jones Funeral Home. which they work.
I Reg. $6S The principal at Bradford

: '_- 'Ell OAL, Fish SupperSet High for example will earn 50th Anniversary SALEOur i
$15.000 based on his lank experience -
supplement and
1 1' GALS .1 summer work Supt. Casey'ssalary
Rea. sso 2 FOR 798 will go at least to $15- I
I I ... ._.,:r,.tfaabatyf Demo Rally 500 under state law. finest value In 50 year. '

OUR Lowest paid principal In the of quality manufacturing. _.. I
I -
f :s c: -::;). Continued from Page One] county will be at $10.700 but \1,

I i Pvfatuf9 ,;_ ? /lIUt e"d4'V7 I he has only a Rank III degiee.whereas .......-. -:" -"\'" :-: ""-
a. most principals havea
r said.The .
1 'i"A- '1. .. -
\ t ,AMERICA'S lEST FAiNI VALUI FOR 25 YEARS Democratic Committee master's degree. '. '
TaI has ,
purchased new loudspeaking I ..
I equipment for use at rallies 1 r.t : Regular 69SS
and It will be used for (!. A. .'. -

: Mary Carter Paints the first time on this occasion Reno Rally ..... "::..:! <::>0" '. < x- '- < ,,. '. '. ". -- LIMITED TIME

E. Brownlee St. Phone 961-7025 CLASP ENVELOPES, all Step Forward ''(-f 'l-: '\I'.i! "' 1. ..; :
1102 -- M.
I sizes- Bradford County Tele- ,
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t I also of Gainesville, said that I II ; $ p ;K:' /!$ : '
t II
I #: ', 'lL ';t r. "
t Cross had become Ineffectual II''" }O; ;"'00 .' ... P""
C ''1'1 in the legislature because ho .......-....,'." ." _! u.i ., .
I no longer saw eye-to-eye with'; (; -i : 4995w
l! I the '
FREE 1 not been accepted by the new 1 1i ..J .
urban forces now cotrolling,
Ffi .t1 t 'YSrti) i I
the legislature.
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The third Senate candidate, I r cftm rubber or innerspring, twin' or full slrt..Box .
,. ,1'I.'I.1 'I. spring .1( the lime low price.. Foam rubber
Ed!: Peck of Gainesville sent
MA ONE Gold Label J old in sets only
letter !
I a explaining that 'he
\-1 .", oould> < not attend the rally be- ,

( cause of a prior commitment. ) !
II Rep. Shaw drew a round. of -
; e.e fkVJN\ oe : applause when he romped on i
Gov. Claude Kirk for vetoing 100% Foam Rubber Foam over Innerspring

\\i IfflUfl} I his (Shaw's) bill designed to
;, I curb housing fraud which ; Will not sag. never needs to be turned. The strength of innersprings with the

; ,. f. :! ''I have preyed on the Negro com Extra firm seating edge guaranteed not comfort of foam.

munity in recent years. "If \ to break down. \ 27% lighter. slim, and trim.
I you send me back, and elect .
1 another Governor besides I Light and cool,, completely' non-allergenlo Silent' Seals! box spring eliminates noise' ,
: Claude Kirk I might be able squeaks and rust.

to get something passed to stop Beautiful gold" cover .hat is Puff-Quilted I Climatized* mildews mold
I never or
racket Shaw
this declared
'kit i a yWR6Lba ; adding that he had lost all respect ''to few*.. _.. non-allergeniCt

uhf 'p zi ? Governor.and confidence- in tho Available In twin, double queen and king sizes.

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eyr aR rd 'lI HTWIYTa
e r \ Services Held
,, For Mrs. ClarkIn LIFE the ultimate in
air sleeping
!- ; Jones Chapel luxury

Llssie Lee Clark, 72 of Staike,
died upon arrival at the Brad- '

ford County Hospital Monday j SPRtNG AIR BACK ]2eWcz
morning following a sudden SUPPORTER
illness d, (
Mrs. Clark was born in
, f dome In end pick up your FREE Children will find it enjoyable Hlnesville Ga on June 4. .
1 .
copy of our new educational .* because ''SAVING CAN BE FUN( 1893. She was the widow of : bv MALDNE
i booklet "SAVING CAN BE FUN! Is a colorful,action-packed the late Hollls Clark and was
It Is designed to Introduce the comic book. It Is success! I a long-time resident of Starke.I

world of money management to story which youngsters will 'She was a member of the
youngsters, and help them develop enjoy while learning i I Baptist Church. Florida's finest most luxurious bedding set?Yes Spring Air Back Supporter
the saving habit early In life.' about thrift. Surviving Is one daughter d, h, x I Regal by Malone is exactly that a totally new way to luxury sleeping from"

i ibis/ boo.'.,I*commanded' by Ptrtnli'magazine/ 1 Mrs. Rether Crews of Starke: : I V a' 4/ the beautiful, gold and white Puff-quilted' top cover to the sturdy heavy duty
wood frame of the "box which has
: spring" no springs at all.
: Regal has the
two sons Foy Clark of Starke: _v ... .,
auper- so/tnestot of foam andlhe deep down'firm of
and Jack D. Clark of Lawtey: tti support Innerspring
1 f I one sister. Mrs. Martha Ray. lt'y'' ,, .-..- p $100 ...for even extra firmness:Just turn the mattress over I No cotton or sisal' Come
of Jacksonville: six grandchildren y 1 in and see the incredible, construction story of Florida's Finest, mattress.
1 1I and six great grandchil- :i ..ch pi... Ask for your /re* brochure". showing the unusual Space Age design' itory.Climatized .

I Savings and [Loan I% :i dren.Funeral Memorial at 4 p. m. Wednesday Chapel services with were in Jones held Rev. '- DENMARK'

; Merle Packham officiating. ) ALCNC c :-f' AyTflE sa. .
Interment was In Crosby Lake
ASSOCIATION OF STARKE Cemetery' under the direction y.; Florida FURNITURE COMPANY

; 218 N. Temple Ave. I'hone 96 .5000 of DeWitt C. Jones! Funeral

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Thinclads/ Top Bolles IOrangl: e Park Wins First BHS Invita.tionr ii I

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Racking: up 90 points r ctd
65-58 In Dual MeetTorredo i Orangey!Pack's Raiders ran / balls. Sophomore Mike Nor home runs and ha -!oU1'R.Bb I:
I away with the crown at Tornadoes I man doubled !in two more In lea'i Ing Fernandina. 16-4
the firstannual Bradford To BeginSpring making the score 6-3 Palatka.In over Stanton of: Jacksonville_ }

: trackmen, won 65- "lea. 18-6; 3)) Stephens, BHS, High I Invitational track the bottom of the seventh Art Annis had, two hits \ii\
r8 over EMles of Jackioiwllle !'8-434. and field event last Fri- the four big! tallies' came leading Palatka 6.4 ova
in a dual meet here Monday i when Gary' Hamilton led off Orange Park.Conference.
: day, April 19.
) Luninitlres ) i
April 22, to end their regular BHs, with a single. Richard Wil-
season undefeated by Class A I, 14.6; 2)) Gnanu..,., BUS,.]4.9; 31) Bradford's Tornadoes werea #Y r Grid Drills liams and Bill Adams followedhis
I Barnett B, s 1
J6.0. distahti, with 62 Meet
or conference schools In dualor .runnerup lead and the Tornadoeshad
trl-meets. 100-yd. Dash1)). Belotet! points among the 13 schools three men on) base with Here Friday
BHS. 10.4;, 2)) Woolsley, B, entering Lake City; has 45 'I ,4'r Spring football practice will)I Running back -*nd Ronnie three straight hits. Tommy
Beaten only by Clnss AA 10.5; 3)) Undell. B, U.O. points for third:! place St. begin Monday! April 29, for Orlggs will be switched to this Talley was walked to fill the Tho annual Florida Stat
Ocala the Tornadoes are 101as Mile Run. 1) Stein Bj) Augustine i was fourth with 37 I the 1963-69 Bradford High spot and Dale Johns will move bases. I' Conference Track; and Field
meet they Friday go.Into April the 26 conference, here. 4:48.8: ; 2)) Frick BHS, 4:55.0: ,' Palatka had 36, Ohlefland. 7r3e 4 grldders. according to Coach up from the B-squad. Palatka changed t pitchers Event will begin at 3 p.m. .on
I 3) Scogrginst-/ BHS 4:4:59.0.: Bishop Kenny 26, Baldwin 25. David Hurse Flanker back, -Bill Adams before Norman fanned. But the new Bradford High track
Mike Frlck's 4:55: mile and 880-yd. Relay, 1)) Bolles Fernandina Beach 23, Green About 45 boys including Injured most of last season Dan is'tripled down the Friday, April 26. -eo
the BHS 880-yd. relay team's 1:33.2: ; 2) BHS 1:33.5: : ..1 CoveSprings and Macclenny Junior varsity members are and Reggie Flynn. right- field, line, to clean the Every conference. member::
1:33.3: are the best thin year. 440-yd. Do1olU! \ Colsoru 10 each .,and Callahan 8. expected to: report Monday Tex Patrick a fullback last bases and win the game. St. Augustine, Orange Fitik?;
Statlrtlcn. I B, 54-2; 81} .,Diamond. B, 550; Paul'' Landry' of St: Augus' afternoon to begin the annual. season, will be moved to offensive The Tornadoes dropped''a 6- Lake City. Palatka/ Live Qk;
Shot put 1)) MnytMi. BHS, 3)) Pali-cloth, B, 55.4. tine was top paint: getter fo 20 daysof training lit funda- I right end and the 3 decision to St..Augustine In Bolles and BHS will enter a;
4172): Clemons BHS 39-1; 180-yd. LHc1) Lumpkins; the big ,meet., He won the high : mentals. Tornadoes are expecting help I. a road game last Friday, April team. f** J;
3)) Eng. Boles 37-11% B, 21.0; 2), Gitann. BHS. 21.7; and.10'jI hurdles finishedfOU1.th z Intra-squad games will be from a newcomer, Joe Green 19. and were shutout 11-0 BHSi, Coijch George LoP ty'
Discus 1) May ten, BHS 13)) Grlggg, BHS, 23.0. in the broad jump an' t played on the final two Friday an 182-pound guard. If Robbie Saturday, April 20( by Orange. IfXP! *('t'|>> themeet to be muclclWcr'Shart \
137-11; 2)) E.'Ix, Bolles, 119-0; 880-yd. Run, 1)) Stein; B.: third in, the high jump for 21 nlghtsof practice. May 24 an;: Smith's leg comes around the Park In a game here. ( : the 28: .point mar'i igrhirbjpwhlch
3)) Smith BHS. 113-2. 2:05.5: ;; 2) Trawick/ ( BHS, points 31, Tornadoer! could have Patrick, The games ended regular Orange Park woit1
2:094: ; 3)) l IJUIot,. B, 2:11.5.: The Tornadoes bettered pre- Speed t is expected to be the 195; Smith. 239: Green, 182. season' plays for 1908 leaving that J BH3 Invitational lasi
Pole I
--- 1)) three-way vious petformancea in four 't lgsest Tornado asset in 1968- and Robbie Smith 235, across the Tornadoes at 5-9. Wee!lt;:,, e,
tie( for first by Sprint Medley, R 1))
drlggs Be- Jay. a
cases although every time established 39 as they attempt to rebound the front line. ?
lote. and Gnann Bl is. BHS. 2:00.0: : ; 2> Bolles 2:08.7.: I I ._" ._ I INfuJ.lor
( t Friday was a record! Bill Belote, anchor mm on the BUS 880-yard relay froma &-5 season after two BHS Nine.Eliminated '
High Jump-1)) Wade BHS, 220-yd. Dash _00 1)) Cohens for future BHS Invltationa team, pumps It all ttt>> way for a 1:31.5: finish In the. BUS straight Class A- state cham- :. A..II.. ............ Tas
5.8; 2) Barnett Bolles 5.8;I BHS, 23.9; 2*. Moore; B, 24.6: participants to shoot at. Invitational Friday It was i* new low for the relay tram pionships."We f'l ,I.edeeq ie-4.ia. p. e. .
3)) Murphy BUS 5-8. 3)) Grlggs BHS, 354.: "* Ricky Frlck a sophomore will be Big RedEdges ,((4Itlie'Ip', hereby rlv.n. that.,
of Willie G'uhenx. Hugh Stph ns, I'lon (}nann. unit lielota.inel more experienced '. 4rV\ L.'ackMon the holder, oC
Broad Jump 1) Belote 1 1BIlS. Mile Relay 1) Bollea 3:42.0: ; set a new Bradford: nig. much stronger and a lot .11" ,tollowlntr oertifleate has,.|
19-6; 2) Lumpkln Bol- 2)) BHS. School record In the two mil' ]; 3. Lamb I Macclenny; [Chieflandl]; 4. Scoggins quicker," Coach Hurse says of From District Ylltdnsald-certlfirates for a tl ."

- I run with a 10::52. knocking 20 new time was not a1 record (Starkel; 5. Bannister Orange his upcoming squad. 7-6 ,oirtint4l9 dniA l i to"he/ number Innuxd thereon.anI: y ar.Tim.oq;,
seconds off the 11:12: mark ht however. The team Is compos- Park]; 6 Coleman [Green The Tornadoes expect t>" Bolles of Jacksonville dum- niAntM\\'tt.. M4frlptlnn of thf
had set ealrler this season. 'd of Will! Cohens Hugh CO".l 4'43,8.880relay1: combine passing with speed ped Bradford's baseballers., proper. ','. and the name -Hiwhluh
Frick placed second Friday. Stephens Plen Onann. and [tie Starke and next season and. therefore :3 Tuesday-afternoon, April 23. t tollct'l9'04''fit I wo aeM..ed are +S,
LAMINATING'Preserve Senior Plen Onann breaking Bill Belote. Fernandina; 3, Baldwin, 4, the passing game will get a to end the 1968 baseball season .ptl-rtttl'ate' No IS..YMF- of Ir,
a mark that had stood Any' Mayton took the other Bolles I 5 St Augustine 6; lot ,of work' this spring. Pass PHSTornado here and oust the Torna- mu-r'nrelniloi.>.,0J* ''{U8.* o( Property Lot J .
since 1963. set a new school BUS first by sailing the discus Chief land, 1:34.5.: defense.too. will be stressed does from the District Tourn- in riiiu. :ix In Wowllawn M...,
valued record! : for the 120-hlRli hurd 144-4. about a foot,better 440 1, Taylor [Orange ,, experienced players returning ament in Palatka. I/. >'.B.(! i. R-SJ-H.,, .
your photographs and documents f<'ihs 'Iii ..rhlrh Bnnoiiiwd Mrs,
Seals les-14.7. The record was held than his previous mark this n -bo" .j. Cox i Lake Cltyl]; 3.. are: bas ballers edged Fernandina Beach an Pala 1 P -W.-W .h.! Aft. '
permanently Water-Proof. 9 by any bv Hal Seymour at 14.8. season but not n rerord."I Gill! I Chieflandl' ; 4. Diamonf Ends Donnie Elder:% and 7-6 past Palatka. the Florida tka advanced to the semifinals ,'All'. .l.. ....Id prunvrly. lx ln. ini,
Length. Onann had done 149 previously thought our kids did an __,......, S, Lisle I Palatka] 6. Tim Murphy. Star Conference leaders last : of the District 3, Class A ;"of!Ihe MoridtUsk.ro-imly'of. : Hrndford. 8tati'
QUICK SERVICEBULLINGTONS this season. He to outstanding Job under the circumstances P -.. '"tarlcel' ; :508. Tackles Charles Smith Thursday April 18. by scoring tournament to be played ) .. such ..Artlfl..ata'-6rj
placed second Friday ; -the big meet the :Mile walk 1, Armstrong Allen Crawford and Scottie four runs in the bottom: of Thursday April 25. The finals rt-rtlfloRt annonUru, to Allan law the b. rodaemM properly.deell..lbed ,,
The BUS 880-relay team fast times, and the way we r) H..nar. 1 Callahan Smith. the seventh a.I'e'set. Friday in Palatka. In iiuch certificate 4r|
also bettered its previous mark had to rush to finish before ]; 3. Moore (St August Guards Tommy Black- Larry Mercer hurled a five- Thursday's schedule will o..i-nrjoat will be said, to tee
for the season by taking one dark," BHS Conch: George unei: ; 4, Birlaw [Orang hear, Ralph Morgan and hitter at the tough Braves as I I find St. Augustine going house hli,he.t dnor bidder on the at flratMonddyIn the court*.
I of two Tornado firsts Friday Loper said apparently pleased Parkl!: 5, Hintsliire [Orange Steve Crawford. he went the distance for the against Fernandina and Bolles )mnnth f May, 196, whloh 1a1 I,
with a 1:34: .S. The squad's with his Tornadoes. Park); 6, Loper IStarke I ]: Center Loper also> expressed t appreciation ; 8199.: Quarterback Bill Belote nine losses. Bolles scored eight runs in 19ft". ,
to the many BHS faculty Low hurdles, Landry [St and Mike Norman. Palatka held a 8-0 lead before the first Inning on a lone hit ,(KKAI.) ,.
RE-ELECT First Methodist members who acted as Augustine] ; 2, Lumpkln [Bol- FniibBrk Gene MelvIn. the Tornadoes erupted when the Tornadoes went to K.Charles Circuit A.fourt Da..byClprlc of Bra 04 meet officials In the biggest les]; 3. Thomas [Orange Willie Cohens a speedy guard for three runs in the fifth. pieces committing five errors ford County, Florida'' .
Church i track and field event ever Park]; 4. Gnann [Starke]; S, and middle guard last season One run walked In after a hit and giving up' three walks. i/4 4t J5''
$ held at Bradford High. Durrance [Chiefland]; 6, I' will get work at fullback too. a wild pitch and two bases on Stuart Pikula stoked two 'A.: ?!
Mason The meet was run on the Orlder [St. Augustine], ::20.9. :
I'' new asphalt track. Spring medley relay-1 [Orange ..
Shriner Statistics Park 2, Lake City; 3 .of
,, I Shot put -1, Anderson Starke.; 4. Chiefland; 5 Bolles;
Experienced [ Elk (Lake City] 2. Colson I Lake 6, Palatka 2:030.:(
City]; 3, Hancock. IPalatkal. 220-1, Plnckney [Bishop DO NOT BE
Bradford High 4, Mayton [[Starke; 5, Robinson Kenny]; 2, White (St. Augus- MISLED..j
f Fernandlnal]; 6, Kilgore previous time ass\ 1:34.9.: The
CapableQualified [tBolles]. 46-1. 4, Stover [Fernandina]; C.
Discus1 Mayton [tstarke] Bivens [Palatka: 6, Ollsso: t
of 2, Moore [Orange Park; 3. [Macclenny], ::23.2. ': i ,
ii'AFloridaJEROME "' Saunders 1 Green Cove]; 4. Two mile -1. Collins [Orange My opponent tells you that four years
Lumpkins f Orange Parkl]; 5. Park) : 2. Frlrk\ I IStarke]
Brown [Bishop Kenny] 6. 3, Watson [ChleflandJ : 4 2" 1
Coleman [Orange Park], Burnster (Orange Park] 5. ago I promised to. retire from th -offi ice of
144,4V4. Parker I Bishop Kenny]; 6 ;
Broad jump 1, Solomon Kooymarmans [Bishop Ken- Sheriff if elected -'-
for another term; This J
JOHNS Park] ; 2, Moore [Orange ny], 10:48.7: JI
Park] 3, Blvins [Palatka]; Mile relay 1, Bolles 2.
: 4, Landry St. Augustine[ ]: 5, Luke City; 3, Baldwin. 4. pa- is a misrepresentation of the actual facts. 7 1 '
I Belote [Starkel]: 6, Cox (Lake latka: 5. St. Augustine; 6 {
City]; 21-2',fr Starke 3327.:
COUNTY COMMISSIONER Triple Jump-1, Black [Orange
Park] ; 2, Solomon (Or- I
ange Parkl 1; 3, Moore [Orange This is what I said four years ago "I told the citizens of Bradford i
DISTRICT NO. 3 : Park]; 4. Lozlnpro! [Baldwin:: !: -V;
: 5, Munsch [Biihop Kenny]; County that I was not eligible for retirement at that time and asked i
; 6, Smith (Starkel, 39-6. ,
Look Closely At Your County Where You High Jump 1, Munsch that you reelect me for another term so that I would have enough

I Bishop Kenny I; 2. McCreary years of service to qualify me for retirement. You were good enough to : =
Live Worship Work And Play i (Lake City I ; 3, Landry [St.
't Augustine] ; 4, Barnett [Boll do that, and I am grateful for your confidence and support through the i
I esl] : 5, Adams:% [ Fernandina]; ,
6. (rTlel] Wade [Starkel and years. These are the true facts that my opponent i.s! now trying to mis :

Don't you want the very best is "Yes" Vote for Jerome ,I Murphy Poll Vault[Starkel-1, White; 510.IChle- represent. iI i

County Government; you can Johns. flandl; 2, Denmark [Green tt ts
possibly have? If the answer Covel) ; 3, Belote IStarke); 4.

Onann[Palatka Starkel 1; 6, Orlggs I; 5., [Starke Knowles] 11 11fit 1 am young enough serve you another term as your Sheriff, and the

Don't want a man who Sure you do Place an "X"by 11-3. ,
you i t A1
is qualified to serve you as: Jerome Johns. I High hurdles 1, LandrySt. fact that I am now serving as President. of the Florida Sheriffs Association

County Commissioner? Augustine I; 2, Onann ,
your I [Starkel ; 3. Lumpklns [Bol- : shows the confidence and trust that my fellow Sheriffs have in me as a
lest ; 4, Thomas [Orange
Don't you want your County $$O' Of course Who wouldn't? Park]: 5. Durrance f Chief law enforcement officer.
Government operated by a 1V> '..:.,G Your vote for Jerome Johns land); 6. Barnett. I Bolles, j I
\' gives efficiency in County :146.
man who has the ability and 'f: you
Government.; Two-mile relay-1, Palatka; I
know how to efficiently op- 2, Orange Park; 3-o; :>lIes; 4,
erate it? Baldwin. ; 5, St. Augustine; 6, THIS IS NO TIME TO PLACE THE LAW ENFORCEMENT OF

Starlce. 8499.: j ,
120-1, Busby [Lake City]; I !nl'kyl"Irk, BUS sophomore
Don't you want a man to best you live here and you want 2, Flnckney [Bishop Kenny]; finished. the two mile OUR COUNTY IN INEXPERIENCED HANDSThe
represent you who has your the beRt possible for your 3, Taylor [Orange Park]; 4 run Friday In 10:32: to break ,
interest at heart? The answer county. Belote [Starkel ; 6, Stover hH own .Hthoiri' record. lIe I
has to be yes because STARKE [Fernandlnal: 6, Woolsey placed,second In the race In F.B.I reports that crime i tfn+ the U.S. is increasing seven times
[Bolles] ::10.0.
Mile 1. Stein [Bolles]i 12, the first. annual Bradford High faster than our population. We, have all read about the- riots and other
Don't want tax dollar You budget your salary and I Thrift Macclenny]; 3. :Bass Invitational.) I I I
you your disturbances that have nation in the few'' weeks. I
budgeted so that it gives you know all monies have to disrupt our past

you every benefit and ad- be budgeted in order to reap Serving Florida J am proud of the fact that IJradford, County has been free of such
? the most benefits. *
vantage possible
Since 1950 tragedies, and it is our goal'' to' see that the peace and well-being of our

BROOKED experience? No We know clofli a itat+ti4k 5V .. .! saaMM'la citizens Is maintained at all times.
Do you want to trade the experience
of seven years, NEW RIVER it is true that experience is / e 41"M'M'eN..I'1/. /

which is Invaluable, for nonDoesn't the best teacher. '

Mrs. Carolyn CordiallyEaves 7 AND
Why, naturally, a self employed .
it make commonsense I' 4REELECT
to that a man who business man is in a q Welcomes, ? .
you better position to, apply i business :I Representative A TRIED AND. TRUE' !
has been a success in his own methods to county Ph. 961-5P12 You and Your pete'PUBLIC
business is going to be suc 122 N. Bay St family to Your

cessful in your business? operations. I Starke New Home SERVANT '0. \). i

Don't GRAHAM you know Jerome Johns mileage, many accomplish I The State of' FloridaIt \\ i

has worked hard to keep your \, ments have been made for I S
+ the county. is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
mileage as low as possible? I FOR SHERIFF
Yes, and even with the low # TIIERESSA To Acquaint You With Your City. I

"Y I (If you are new in the area a phone !I R
,. Yes all voting for --
Johns we are ,
Don't know Jerome
will appreciate you with all of him as he appreciates what call will bring: you a prompt visit of Bradford County "
I i
we do for him just as we
his heart and, vote your on active May support 7, appreciate what he does for !: frcro your local hostess. Please! give at

1968? us. ,I her a call! She has maps and many .. &

free and wonderful gifts for you (pd, pot adV.) 'P
KEYSTONE CLUB from local businesses. tI I



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FI.rUon One __ P ll'e Stc: BRADFORD COt'INTY'TELEORAPII. TttU1P1.ORID!;: '% TI1t1ft'lDJ\!' APRIL 25. 190B I '

To 1"1 CJ".dltor" RadCIIna P....... I fI f

I 1111..1.tirih.e. Soul : : or,eSI De.lluda is SENATOR CROSS for
Cancer Crusade Announcement, voL.: oI, h"l you or.. i.re..
by notified and required to "....

T erwillegar I I The Bradford Cancer Wlllhc8 to ul'ge I Mont which.... any you" ,claims.or either 11'.11 demond Of [ '
r County Society .hov,'' NWftICOt. the Cotat (> RODEO LAW\ and ORDER

I oath and .very family of Bradford County to make an I HENRY.-o tI' pmARBALL bAd CUUflt deoo6..ed\,:. to .tll..\
'concerted effort to become better Informed regarding signals e"unly .1uI. 'or ;AIaohfa. OOUfl'ty.
of. cancer. Your chances of being cured from this Fiorillo.. at hi. oUtco tntbs-, :, Law and order needl th. direct and ouhpoken support of
I court hOURS of Hold. County. lit every paliticol leader 'from tho local through the 110'' ond
: type or malignancy very often Is determined by early ORln..llle. Florkki. within .Six nalional I..el. Slnato Cross, rather Ihan ,londinlJ up for

Motors I detection: and proper treatment by II competent phydclan. I II of oalendar the first montb.. publluotioa'qf-from the LImO law and orde', in d.ed ond on wardo hao cantribut.d 10 th.

.4%. cure for Cancer can be found only through research, notlo. Each claim or. dem.,1. : SPONSORED UY frther undermInIng of. public .upport of enforcement ag.ncie..
I shall be' 111< wrlUnll',> .nd ,.hall Here a'. Ih. facts
eduaton and and all of thesa cost millions state the *
experilllents the recent Low and
I I pout of'fIce 'l'reer": ton 0101014ant. : I. Senator Cross had Ihe chanc. to sign
of dollan.I and $lioIl to Ordo Resolution that I 1,700 Alachua County rolidenll tgnid.lie .
I Jf you would like to have II part In the Conquest otI the' ...* ..Lbl.8W agent, :or r... BRADFORD ROPING CLUB DID NOr SIGN THE RESOLUTION''

I Caner and..have HOlJlehCAN been mlsHcd during these pa.tfe'w / i attorney'nj, ;nut .eo, filed IItWh clam.hall bit 2. On April 19. 1967. In the ta9IsIotur. Sena'o' Cresssupport.d boll
r.nd r a bill On release of ae orroolod person a
USED CAR'PICIAIS weeks by the county volunteer workers and have not Ra _IDE.rC1IA which Senator' Barrow of Panama City called "an unnlce.
I been called upon for your Cancer donation. you are urged I ,UU1I1TP'r' the. Last Will 'BRADFORD FAIRGROUNDS sari coddling of those who would commit crime".
check to the Bradford county /In '? W.nt nf4ooeased.. 3 On February 13. r968, when the Ire.pa on campus
to plrll18! send your pay-able 1I1NH!: :U>
4-86 U (lantl.rioll bill was undor aelidaratian In the Lecjslaturo' .
Cancer CrusAde to Mrs. Randal F. Chitty County Crusado \ ... "[ Son.o, Cress Inlraducod on amendment trying to mediCO

Chalrm8n Etarke; FlI'lda."It ( iiru'r '' N"'ION 'TE7HITiGINTER ,Saturday, April 27 At 8:00 P.l\I. the biil;!, rather than taking any action 10 .lron9th..n II.I .

h \only: through donations such 1111 yours and mine FICTITIOt'lI' 1IIAMSPureuat D r I C K by his deed. hal shown that h" I. willing

I that progS can be made toward the ultimate cure for I Florida Statutea..tl>" lIeotion notice I.885.01 herS' I Sunday, April 28 At 2:00': P.M.six 10 tt-nl' up and b. counl.d on Ihe side of Law oed Order.He .

Cancer.A: goal of $3.100 has been set for Bradford County, by given that tI... 'undenl"n r'' ].1 that he will continue 10 lake .uch action in thi
II has hopes ot topping' It through R"8 e"lIo"ed In bu"lne"" under I Stat f_nota to provide l'ron9' leadership In support of Pagis.to
.and the Cancer Society
., "SLTR .
Iho 'lctlUf name er i advancing the cause of law and Order. "Those who

II"3r '''''1LL:..=", ...-.. ,,,, ,, _. -_.- ---. .- your generolty.! 910 VrV1tJ.Stark(ma..ln8), .Flo.. and. P.Intend O. Box to Events and Dance Saturday c, rately. flaunt the law, those who openly advocate.
: frs. Randal Chitty re/itl.ter/ said name- with th. volcnc those who use the dark of night to hurl their tire.tmbs
Crusade Chairman CI..rk of the Clroul' Court of mUll not b. coddled by our political I..oder.hip.'ihoy .
16.j!} VOLVO $O t.irlldtnd County: Dr. Arthur. A, Night After Rodeo at Fairgrounds must b. curbod", Ed Peck laY' .
S Br"ylell. Pre.lden" 3718 S. W.
TUDOR 4 sPlmh 7'" 8th WHiter 1'1.,0 H., Murphey.Gal oe ..Dr'lIJe. ,Wernpr Flat-, I Join the Crusade'ELECT

NOKTIISIDE IJoU"I'IlJT a. m. Morning( Prayer and 1\1. Louter, K.I I.undgren,
i: Located on &)tel$ Vhwai I'' sermon. 2nd. 3rd. and 4th, Directors A..ooIRtlon. for Community $600.00 ADDED MONEY "
1965 FOR!> }'ordor Auto Wide Protection from [
a a.m. .
[SR Z25at RaltfrI //II ol..r. "ttank: TnI'
matlc Power Steering. Brakes, $1495 D..ted. this 11th Jor'of April. O. C. K
iSR IS1. Servtce : Nundpqc : $100.00 ON EACH EVENT
Slate Senator Dilricl f
.. 7
I In it. ('i.tirt. if .h. ( .n., I A. U. 1'68 at Starke. B..fl'rd. :
Windows Air Conditioned. .
= 'hoo1 .0... IlL Sunda, I ......,.... ,Un hun, ......11.I..rld... ... County, Florida. ,. (Paid Political Ad) LIi .f')
M3rninE Worahlp..l a D1 In IpiInftIn t/11 4t
TJ1UNb1RBIRI\ Training, t1ni.ola.: iI::.iQ p aSventh r.PY: E.Illte PIAR.At.L: of'II1N J>..,.........d. '. I I.. .
l)6J!) : FORD ). Full ; .-----
$13 95 ,Sf'rvt*. 1'311 Mb I ,

Power & Air, New.rhes, ,: Sharp. "Week" Prayer serviN. ,Wedne'lay -, I t
'1 > 73O: -fl.e Ilem: Law"" II

bon, putcl'

$1595' .
& AIr, One Owner.

sunday School. 10... m.

__ ". .. .. _q 0< ... ... . ,. .. I Morning WorshiP. 11 p... m.Tradnlng .
.. .... U. ',H . . Vnlon 6:30: p. m. LACY CONWAY USED VACUUM: cleaners reconditIoned -
Evening service. ::30. Rev. I $13 10 different _ _ _
NEW Laoy Conway p8st.or.ST. If you find your name amonethe Classified Ads, FLIGHT IN3ThUCTION. Airplane I name brands to up.choose from. .

'MARK'S EPISCOPAL come to the Telegraph l office and receive TWO ren.tals. Greyhcund Bus" Parts & excellent repairs aD
CHUBCIISTARKE Charter. Keep your party to. makes. KIRBY SALES &

Service acbedule for the FREE PASSES fo'Florida Theatre or 301 Drive. gether charter a bua. Phone I SFoRVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville .

1968 MUSTANG Lenten season: I In. I 9114-6091). ttchgI I 378.7110. trch .
7:30 Theatre Passes
Wednesday. : p.m. ; I INSURANCE STARTING new classes forour
Evening Prayer.
AT REDUCED RATES late cornel's. Tap. EJ.lIet,
Sundays:. Holy Communion .... .. .... ...... .... .'. ,..<0. .., ..'.. . AUTO fchgI
: HASTINGS I FDU BOTI Acro etc Ph. 964-7098.
let and 5th. 11 a. m.: 3M. 8 MATTRESS ,
$ o ; I '110 f LemOlll S& Palatka I INSVRACE AGENCIttchg
2 .3" { ,i:: Don't_Be. ::,; ': ) r Up to 15' words .___- l.tIS. Furniture Repaired
48'3\ -. _' A, : '
(Minimum )
it5: charge V'pholsteretl &: Refinished SUN SPORTS
,C.I."r''E..1) << MATTRESSES REBUILT PUMPSNEW Prompt Service
"DECEIVED ". ElJICh word over 15 _' .01 l\IOORJo\ } BOAT FOR
:. : .;: ': : ; New Jnnersprlngs VOUItIONEV:
FULL PRICE WHILE THEY LAST ;t: Advertised Prices E: i Extra charge It not aid Box Springs SALESARTS.SERYICE Starke Ph. 96.-11191 For Repairs
1 .I'.S., : paid In advance w--- ,.33 Drop v. A 0atI or Call
Tfltal cost of .oontact: t I"wllat '. .I..N. Deep & Shallow Wells SERVICE -
: ; I'AUTKA EA 5-9186 I.AlUm OR SMALL:
111Li you aetuaUy pay. Get ." ..'. .... '. '. HRIL I'EGGY SBALLEB Water Softeners & Filters Like new 1966 Speed Four
the nEAL FACTS before Memorials Resolution.
: : YOll 1p. Our payments are ; .::9,. ,:;,;..:.; i.. .tti. Winfe. ;.! e, _. E. Adklnl StS&wIH. Expert Service On 80 hp. Elec. Stat Evlnrude QUALITYPLUMBING
1966 FORD GALAXIE 500 For- 'J ".0. .r. J; l' cents per word All Iakel! Only $399.Mercury 63063 -
$1'8' "sdor train ." to $13 per month '. ;; ; Agent
leMs. ''With the seine down :,",., .m'.l"Jin"". '. \...,..".. Phone 96.1-7061 hp Eke Start Only $550 CO.

.-. I'ower & Air. r: ''\. I'r ; I payment.to and pay. Dumber 5 per rent 41'montll8 I IbaIIk. Lii:," :} \\:' ;kt\: ; < : cAlms ..011'. L\NKS'', TY.PImWRITItR Day. .: week 'or month.Bradtdrd RENTALS- -: DUURANCE AND SLJI'PLY PUMP I
110 words less ___ 3.00 'county Telegraph. Phone FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 Ph. 964.5039
f1I1anclng. No hidden : : ;: ; or
!) I rr '
1964 FORD
THUNDERBIRD. Full G: chargell. Ten top manufacurers R l ts IIfl4-6S0ft. ttI ,I bath concrete block home In I
& Air, New Tire, Extra 'P 18"'S'Power repre'lented. I ,\ i'! Fach: word over ISO ... ...01.SIL I Saratoga Heights. Phone 064-
Clean. I..' ,"'ti) :} : REAL ESTATE 7369 or 964.5859 after ::5 p. m.tfchg.
....,... ... ,. TO SELL I AND APPLIANCES
1965 CORTINA i OVERIIEAD: .,.,S.O"" ,! .' ,. $2,700 to $3.500. BUY- SELl.TRADE Fuel OJ] CAREY'S FLORIDA TRAD-' UPHOLSTERING
; Fordor, Wagon,, pp t I es I -- -- -
$895 ,_. '''' .coO"" ; CuATOR nONE LAKE BILL POWEL" ERa: Antiques bought and
One Owner. i Does It! ,. : ::7.: :':.. '. :" .., $3,575 to $4,275. Real Estate USES PARTS soLd. Top cash paid for Fine FENNELL'S

:. ., II I The ., 'r'' '. u..m. ;..;........,I EASY TERMS 0100&'W. MadlllCtI St. Top I'rfcN for \\'reel'd PUll Furniture -Glasswal'e. Hwy 17 BARGAIN CENTER
Owners : .
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Green Cove
\ Spi'ings Blanding
< See S. E. Phones: Off. 984-R464 1 '" 1\11. So.
: : McKftyKe5oton5 :301Starke
(965 FORD V-R. Tudlr, Auto. Dad and llrad- I AAA S 1& II Or..n. Stumps Bh'd. Orange Parle. tjchgSEVERAL
$1' 2' 95 Drive The Trucks. : Belbt"" .WPJ :bUY used furniture appliances R"Y. 301 N. Waldo
maUc & ARE YOU
Air planning an. extra
Conditioning. ; <13-1'70&0< 4134152Phonest :
.ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY ii(: .. I Dahm.ra :Discount House 964- Machines for sale electrics -'
; !t:." ', remodel Or make repairs? ifso
; I Dri.n.., 7923. tfchgFPR In sales of : subtraction credit halance -
I 8 1012 WIDES call Buford MItchell. Long-
BALE-.BRICK HPUS1l: Real Estate Bradford County
and In Tele.I
WITH .Gi 1 Y BAThS iJOrr:: rN ; ready for oc upanr.l. 3, bed' RENT 3 room and for estates Corporate appraisals and In- graph. tt I champ Con'trll tlnJ1 for Free
: EaUmlltc. l'hon D61-6853.
ICK AND EXPANDABLESL1ItEGENEVA ,, ..;.. ... room H bath. J.JcattJd"luat$. bath furnished cottsge. Phone dividual owners. 30 years ex- !
I r__ ----. -'--------= an outside of city llnizt$ In 964-6331. tfchg patience. In Florida iantt mattars. rOR SALE- Azaleas, Shrub- tfchg

\ DID YOU' KNOW It'a' easy toI Plnebreeze. Easy monthly I A. J. Thomas, Realtor bery, geraniums Big Boy and
This Weeken I own a Longcnamp Home?I terms. Longcbamp Ccrist Co. FlR SALE-Mooern & spac-i tS\rke.. Fla. tfchg Beef Steak tomato pants.! Mrs.V. Used:' !Mower'. 1'.1t. or Ride<
.. Better built for Florida liv.Ing. Contact Bufo.'cS 4ltchcll. bus CB home. 3 b. R., l! I II P.. FerJlI. on. RafI'd! ( Road. \\0 Trade "'e 1t1'1lr,

I :=- :>;j'I I .MOBILE HOME I Your plans or ours pone 964-6853. '1'. O. Box :batli large D. R. w. Fireplace.'Flo.rl .I' POrt E'lALF' : IInlise on 41,1', Phone nf4-JJ7.!. !! : _ FIREi4'l'ONI'I'm. }

rtlo Reasonable Offer Ref used : I Ir t .Your lot or ours. Contact Bil- 238 Starke. t.fcb.- a room, Pall{). Ut. R..I' acres land Im-atp,( on Hwy. :lOll ',, Pick I'p I'if'rvlcc'
ford Mitchell. phone 064. Carport. C. H. A C. In city behind Bllrl( Cltrt"I'' Stoic, ; Gilhoolr__ I" City
SALES I l'HANK YOU NOTlDS-Beau;' choice location, SI7.0oo. Only second hou l' on rlht.; Con. I I'holle Dfi&-1)1J;
6853. P. O. Box 238, tarke FOR RENT Furnished 1
TERWfLLEGAR Utully engraved J4 gold .Qr ,$800 Dn. Ph. 964.5388. tact Mrs. Jessie Carter at I U
MOTORS One mile S.E. Keystone I tfcig: Dem'oom hoUIC! Reamer Apl I'
i icludlng above
silver. 1.25: for box of. :5. In. 2t.chg 5.2COMEWS address. :lIp 4-25
.. heights on ,Route 100. (633 McMahone Phone 964-( FOil !ItENT In Starkf'. at.
.. I
Your Authorized Fcrd Dealer In NEW MOBILE HOMES\ Chic- envelopes. Bra4for" MEN WANTED 6279.
Bradford LAKEVU Bench Laundry ttchlr! trnctlve 2 bedroom. furnished
and LInlon, .. Counties OPEN SUNDAYS kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy. 'ounty Telegrap" tf and Cottages!. at Earleton. Cot.tages clerks. Five day week cightiwurkrrs. I cottag'o. Good location. Also
Phone 413-4320 Cl m80n, 'Layton travel traU. FOR RENT-Fumlshed Bach-
2M() W. Madison Phone 964.7200 reserved week or month. kitchen aida. laborers unfurnl9hed hOIlRC In the coita- 1
.. era, Liberty Taylor. Aall'a.Buy. I Parking $1.00 per car. Swim or cottage parents watchman and lor apartment $50 a mo Ren- try. ,W." L Nollman. Uchg
I sell. trade. Year bank f I- WANTED picnic tree. Phone 468-1129. hOllr day. State retirement. va- ner Apts. 633 McMahnne.

nancing free set up and de. .1 Waldo. 12u-hg 8-27 cation" sick leave, etc. It Interestpd. Phone 964-6279. t tfchg Permanent Telephone Sales
F- livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER I please apply In
Elect CASH PAID per- Repl'esentatvles needed for
_. MART mc.. 6012 Blanding, I GREAT LAKES Mobile/ Home. son. Personnel Manager, Bradford( County. Leads turn-
'I(. 7718776. ttchg Good Clean Cotton Rags 3 bedroom, bath, like new.I land Training Center sun-I IT'S l\\'ING] DAY Ished Liberal CommIssions.

FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Re- No Khakis; Wool orSerape. Sacrifice. Phone 473-4178. vllle, Fla. 4tchg:52: :Move your insurance You will be trained. Write
RALPH BRYAN11P'The 2tohg 4-25
i 10616 Lakevlew Rd. East
frigeration Service. Home and Jeanette Alkire
business to 'The Man
Commercial. Phone 473-3090.- COOK WANTED -Apply In Jacksonville. FIn .322111 givIng -

P. O. Box 19. Keystone. ttch BRING TO person at The Longhorn Restaijt'snt. REPAIRS Lawn mowers. from Ieystone" age anc' phone No( 2tp 4'25
small outboard motors. Phone
2tchg 4125
All Braaford County LOTS. LOTS LOTS Bradford County.Telegraph 964-1261. 374 N. Cherry St. I George E. LaRue We're Looking
Town Lots, Out ot Town Lots, LOSE WEIGHT safely with 4tp ::5-9
Candidate For Lake Lots Lots for the finest Dex-A-D1et Tablet. ONLY 98c INSURANCE AGENCY; For A

..... homes Lots for HGUSp TI'allers. at Mitchell Drus.!! 3tp 512 DEAR FRU1NDS -- We buy Auto "'h'e. lI"mpow"l"rt GOOD MAN
Let me show YOtI what I have. FOR SALE- PlantsToma and sale used! clothe. toys and
These lots are reasonably toes BANTY HENS 'IWIlnted will dlshes.Q.1I Brownlee: Road RIght LIFE & ACCIDENT OVER 40
COUNTY COMMISSIONER' priced with reasonable terms. Zinnias Petunia and give $3.00 for 6. VIe Litteral, by the Mlnlt Market. Call after I For Short Trips Surrounding
Marigold. Mrs. W. A. Stern Kcystune! heights 4734692No
Buy now, build later Pretty Pines Place, Hwy. 221 2:30: p.m. 9646115.: Marie Bangrass. -

ISTqWT 3 A. J. Thomas. Realtor Hwy.964-5614.3Dl South Starke. Ph. lOuth. Hampton. ftp Up I STARKE
I 2tp 4125
Tel. 964-57)1() I Man We Want Is
L IQualifications --.--- I FOR SALE Yellow( 30 In. FOR SALE 1960 Impala 670-E-Z $14( per mo. in-
Hampton Lake Lot Herbert Green I gas range less than 3 yrs. old Chevrolet. Power steering. Original !- cornel $850 down buys these Worth Up. To

: 75 feet on Lake 80 feet on FOR SALE .1It 2 BR Mobile I $7'15.00.' W. E. Dampier,.U3-4384 paint. 225.: Madge Chas- 2 furnIshed rentals. Close to( $16,500in
: teen. Phone 964-:5898: after :5.
week days after 15 high school
paved highway. cleared and Home. 1 acre deep well -p.m. ftp 2tp 15-2 ( and town center. a year
*" A deep ready for Offered at 8x26 screen porch,; out buildIngs. NO. 741- SCENIC RETREAT IILIS. .
concern for the well-being of Bradford County and its building. 'STRAYED Regular CIlfh Bnuses
people. Saturday nIght.
H. E. :Brown on sand botton lake and park
A. J Sampson
bargain with
a terms.
Pointer HELP WANTED Waitress Air Mail
white with liver :
*" spots.
14 years experience in "('ost" accounting and "cost control systemp, Thomas Realtor. Tel 964- City Road. itp Has Jax Beach Vet. tag. Call and also person for maid'swork. with huge 2 shaded bedroom lot. Cool bungalow summer on n. E. PATE. JR.

*" ::11 years experience in 57Dl FOR SALE -- 1963 Ford 2ton. 4734262. ttehg Phone 533-21Bl. breeZes. PRESIDENTTexas
.. hearing and helpinpeople: with their financial Convenient to shop-
'. problems FOR SALE or trade 1967 2-sPeed rear end truck with 4'25-Jtp: ping. Would .
. through his duties as ass. ..treasu er of a credit union. FOR RENT -4 bedroom block you believe $5.- Refinery Co.rp.Bit"
' ,' Volkswagen. Small equity and heavy duty pu1p"Wood loader. HELP WANTED I 800? Desll'e Just a lot '-$ ,- 111, Fort "'ortk Texas
*" : house In Brooker. Ph. 964-
ThrJJCh! the years. he haM Nenedas :PRESIDENT OF A LIONS take up payments of :53.150: 1962 edition Book of Krrowl- 15M9. ltchg Dependable retired man or, 200. I 76101STRAWBERRIES

CLUB, PHESIDENT 0.. A PTA, PRESIDENT 01 AN ECONOl\IIC per mo. Phone 964.6:181.: ttp Yearbooks edge with excellent 1963. 1964. 1965 married couple. Will furnish I STROUT REALTY
AGENCY, ESIDENT OF A SOcIAL.CLUD, and In numerous MALE WALKER Hound at $-Ia. For information can 964- FOR SALE ;Nmv- two- free a mobile furnished> home' 2117 N. Temple Ave.. I them 25c You pick

crganlzations as treasurer, Mecretary; director committee chairman. my rlal'e. Owner can have 'byidentIfIng 6696 day, 964-7933 after 5. wheeled utility trailer $65. and all utilities, on Lake Santa' Starke Fla. tainers. Field per opens qt. Bring Friday con-, 2
In his wood tires. PIl. 964.6384. Also( Fe. Time for your Ol/l..n/. reCl'e- (904) 964.6ROII I
church. he has and for ad.
been paying
a song leader, Sunday school superinten- --2P miles E. of Starke, State
30-06 with 2tp 5-2 atlon and In for
ecope. fbhlng. return
dent. and tlmcher. Seeber 'Moody. Rt. 1. Lake But. NEW Road 111. J. R.
.; Ping Pong table for sale. 1 Wainwright
Jer. Fla. Ph. 4964347. It :MICA PLASTIC for cabinet yard care and some hOllse.
*" He I Ii an organizer with dedication I I counter and table; tops. 450 sq. FOR SALE 12 acres land hold dutle" OR TF YOU set inciuclei $20. call 1\111"\ Farm. 2tchlr 5-2
understanding, thinking ability on SR-I00 between Lake Butler James E. 964-6137. ,
WANTED assist .
Someone to ft. DV Builder Hardware HAVE YOUR OWN MOBILE FOR RENT' 2 and
energy. constructive Ideas and PHorEN fortitude to stand I and Lake City. Ph. 9646364. 4 25, room
against 2tchg
up with housework. I will
me my and Supply 301 Call st. HO\IE.: will furnish area to'I II bath walk In clcset. Up .talra.
ANYONE for the .
people of this county. I provide transportatiGII. top 2tchg 5-2 2tp ::5-2 I place It and pay all utilities FOR SALE 18 acres of No children. Will consider AC

., TillS AD WAS WRITTEN AND (I"AID''.FOR BY SEVERAL CITIZENS I wages. Call Lawtey; 7823664.Itp FOR SALE Pony and sad- LARGE DUROC BOAR and 10 and small salary. Also opportu- land just off SR-I00. unlm. for right party. $3.5.00. Phone
.. weeks old pigs for ea1e. Carvers I nity for other handy man work. proved call 473-4667 after 81 I 468-HO 2tp 5-2
die, may 'be seen after :5 I p.m. For '
WHO EXPECT NOTHING IN RETURN I APARTMENTS: for rent fur- Gr Saturday all day. Call 964- Service Station. Pb. 964-62:18.ltp': 'i. P. O.appointment Box M7, MelrOe please, wrIte Fla. p.m. or weekends 2tp ::5-2 I'HELP ,""VA'; :H D Iale orFtmlalf'

EXCEPT .'COOD; CoVERNl\IENT"; I nlshed. Utilities furnished. Call 7397. 3Ya.: mi. north on 301. 32666. 2tchg ::5-2 : BABYSITTING job wanted-- i Watkins' products
,9646852.: trchg across road. from Thoni Gas FOR SALE Siamese klt- 'I. experienced. Evenings and needs good sales person fr(

: I Station. Itp tens 6 weeks old 1500.: Phone FOR SALE 1963 F-8:5: Oldit- we.ekends. Phone 96-1-64-13. I Bradford County. We assure

We Urge You To ELECT RALPH I BRYAN apartment FOR RENT -sir Nicely conditioned funlshed FOR SALE( .;; btnette Set 533-209. 2tchg 5-2 I mobile steering 4 and door factory sedan air power con- UpRFL1A.BLE I Sloo.OO Interested per week write M.from R. Jenk.start.if .

roaster BR. Adults only. Gladys with six ohalrit. Good condi.Lion. FOR SALE Farmal1 U>led
ditioned. Will trade. : to Watkins .
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worm and the next day they Cancer Benefit Concert Set To Play At Florida Theatre Sun. Tues. -the season total for the. state,I I $1.149,000 over funds. Hstrt- I
I Increase of| buted last
to $16.9&l.ooo.Bn_ year ,
want bit dIffel'ent. -
one just a tiny ,
Poitier In 'To Sir With Love'In
VOICE of theSPORTSlttAN last Sidney ,
1, der For Instance, year May 2 At Woman's Club 8 P.M.
red ''
we caught on a stars'
"To Sir With Love; at ..uleo, the picture also
j worm worm a couple days a will the Florida Theatre Sunday- Telly Savalas Rip Torn. Pat ReElectArt'
red and white modulated Dr. Robert E. Carson
Tuesday, April 28-30, Sidney Hingle Paul Lukas, and Ricardo -
ByMike worm a couple of days, a play the viola. In a benefit '
novice teacher Montalbam.
Poltler plays
then wanted red for the Bradford
and they a concert
Chitty who faces the hostility of his Doris Day crawls under Hollllthya
worm with a white tall. But County Cancer Crusade next ,
475-2171 class in a tough. London: school beds, like a mermaid, and gets
some days you could throw 15 Thursday May 2, at; 8 p. m.
Thackeray [Pol tier], a stuck in a gyrating floor grill I
kinds of worms and never geta In the Woman's Club\ Buildingon "
strike. I would feel safe to Walnut Street. young Guyana engineer unableto In Glass Bottom Boat the School Board
.. .. County
Ii .aw+ .t.- -_!. find work in his profession other end of the double bill.
say that over the past coupleof Dr. Carson plays First
.H Uo-. galn.fishermen, our Heins of Keystone caught a years, the purple worms the University of Florida E takes a job as a teacher in a Rod Taylor Eric Fleming., District 8 County at Largo
fish are still biting, but lrreg- 4V4 pound Bass an Lake Ge- lead the race In catches In this Symphony Orchestra, and has tough East End of London and Arthur Godfrey also star
"' ularly. The Bass have been neva. area. We have had much bet- been a member of the Faculty school where his students are In the film.Racing. I A Vote For Art HnllMny It A Vote For
" biting better In the middle ol Shipman's Camp reports fi ter luck with worms that we String Quartet for seven rough and Insubordinate.Only QUALITY EDUCATION
the day In Santa Fe Lake and pretty good week. Those fishing put hooks In ourselves, and years. ''I Gillian (Suzy Kendall TaxesDistributed
I the Shellcrackers are moving from Shlpman's from usually a worm .with a crooked He has played numerous recitals )], another newcomer to ,Your Vote and Support f la Creatly Appreciated
on and off the beds. The Gainesville were: Mr. and tall. When fishing plastic and concerts through. the school faculty is willing I
Bream have slowed down on Mrs. Mclaughlin, had 43 worms, we cast and let the out the state and. nation to try to help him crash '(pd. pol.] adv..
' biting from our dock since the Specs: Mike Albano; 10 Bass, worm sink nearly to the bot- Including a tour of the Carib- through the student hostility A $54.000 race track' pay-',
change In the wind. However, largest one weighing. 614* tom, then start a very slow bean in 1960. r Co-starring are young British ment 'has been sent to each of
Monday we caught 12, and I pounds: Mr. and''' Mrs. Harry retrieve, with short, sharp Dr. Carson received his doc- recording star Lulu, Faith the 67 counties for tho monthof DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

,. caught a Bass' from our dock. Cleveland. 45 Specs and Shellcrackers jerks. Spinners are usually torate in English history from Brooks, and Judy Oeeson.A I April, the statewide releasetotaling .. -
' : and Kenneth Ramsey helpful in making the fish the University of Michigan.He .
Griffin's Lodge (east shore double feature Friday and $3.18.000< Comptroller -:
60 PHONE DG4-6200
and Leon Snowden STARKE
strike close to the head of the has traveled'' extensively in -
.. Santa Fe] had a rather good Shellcrackers. From Jacksonville : Saturday. April 26-27: will see Fred O. Dickinson has .
week; Roy and son Alan Griffin worm. However, many of them Florida giving lectures on art beautiful Stella Stevens and announced. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
caught 20 Shellcrackers : John Summerville and still bite the tall.When you .geta and music and has been a
Ed Norwood, 6O Specs: and TVs David McCallum in "Sol Since the beninnlng of the
strike. STOP! release your professor of Humanities at the
Thursday evening, and 16 Friday Mr. and. Mrs. Arnold VIckers times ; 'Madrid" explosive drama. of racing season in November, Rental I Services
line and WAIT! Many UP since 1946.
. / evening. Roy caught 9 30 Specs. Jerry Vail ofBrooksv11le. Dr. Robert Carson the fight. against a criminal the per-county share has been[
. you can see your line moving In addition, he has exhibited t
Bass Saturday, and 6 Bass 40 Specs. Walter as the fish Is taking your paintings In the Southeastern I ring smuggling. narcotics $17,000 higher than for the HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
Sunday on Muddiggers, and Mrs. Betty Register, Mrs. Cliff the Mexican ,border. period last the
. Lowe of Ruskin 35 Specs. Mr. worm. Count to 15 or 20 (ror part of the county and across same season, I
17 Shellcrackers. Alan caught' Hazen Jr., and at the. door :Filmed In Panavlslon and Me- CRUTCHES
and Mrs. Carl Labelle of New- watt until line stops president of the Florida comptroller said. _. ,
5 Bass In hour last Saturday your was I --- ---- -
] made bery, 25 Specs. Don Morris of moving then SOCK IT TO Artist Group In 1960. He has trocolor on locations in Aca- The April distribution brings .
,on purple
a plug
. like a "Rapala", and 3 Bass Earlton Beach caught 27 Bass HIM I But don't be surprisedor received numerous citations
In a week on a purple worm. disappointed [Ito the pointof and awards as both an artist
Sunday.Bass Betty says that many I. Since that's all the fishing quitting. If he gets off, or and musician.A .
are being caught on a
news, this week I'm going' to he's never on to begin with. number of his paintingswill
tall.purple worm with a flat red try to give you a few pointerson Because If you don't miss BO be on display in the Wom-

i[fish from Among those catching' plastic worms and how to per cent more than you catch, an's Club during the concert.. FIRST ITH HURST
Ralph Gentry of Jacksonville\ fish them. First, let me say you are very lucky. Just keep Tickets may be purchasedfrom !
there must be thousands of
trying. and some day you'll the Concert Committeeof
i with 5 Bass; and Troy Belcher ] -
of Fernandlna: different kinds colors, sizes, get the hang of It maybej.' Mrs. Randal Chlttv, chair-
: Beach had shapes of plastic worms and Many many Bass are being man; Mrs. Pete G. Felos Mm.
,32 Shellcrackers. anyone of them may be Just caught on worms now, *"n H. H. Adams Mrs. Harold
Sllm's Flsh-N-Stuff rI ey what the Bass are waiting. come on out and try your luck Godwin, Mrs Maurice Ed- 7a' 7-: :

, |,stone, ) reports that William for. One day they'll hit one 1'1 I -thews wards, Jr.Mrs., Vincent Mrs. E.Spongier L. Mat-I .'" '',

VOTE FOR For Action !

Witnesses CalledIn r1

AND RE-ELECT Not Promises! PreparationFor .

ji t.7 IVh Circuit Court .

DAVESHUFORD States Attorney T. J E!:, Dun ,\,.. N
can has been In Starke this
., week taking testimony was '+C
r witnesses in preparation for y. T iI'' ".

the Spring Term of Circuit +r" 1ik .
Court set to convene May 13.
Biggest case on the docketis '
the first degree murder -.... Elect
charge against Mrs. Sue
Thomas of Lawtey charged ... : Carl Hurst, .
with slaying her husband C.
W Thomas a successful
COUNTY A total of 119 witnesses were

summoned for questioning ., Businessman, who
Mondav and Wednesday
; knows how to

COMMISSIONER Handsome Handy, ,
I give taxC'
a. your
District No. 1 LITTER BASKET dollar its '
,; ,f W
a young .. .,

(REPRINT.. OF. ;EDITORIAL FROM.BRADFORD\ COUNTY for your car.* GOOD LOOKING ttiati with aggressive +. ti '' best advantage :*'

--TELEGRAPH: .AUGUST 17,1967)) CONVENIENT in Law 'i: .
UNBREAKABLE Leadership -
Putting The County On Sound FootingIn PORTABLE: .. :f Enforcement :
Choice of Mvon coIoraSPECIAL abilitya .

these days when the cost of this year, almost every agency chancel I

government seems only to spiral asked the Commission for an increase -

upward it was good to see the in appropriations each be-

.Bradford County Commission lieving theirs the most important ..

take a realistic approach in makand most justified of any request. ELECTCARL

ing its 1967.68 budget. '.
All were met with a firm "No," REG. $2.50 ". .

The new spending bill has been however, though the Board did

sliced $22,419 from its 1966-67 grant a few small increases while PRICE HURST, SHERIFF

level, though it still totals over lowering the over-all budget. For MARCH\ AND APRIL

1 half a million do:;ari But the fact instance, Sheriff P. D. Reddishthat

;. cates knife,the to more the Commission than new document the too frugality indi the was but about he asked$5,000 managed!to to cut his to his 1966-67 juggle budget expenses level back-; $192. Plus Tax *. +;. *. *. ..* *

I which first meets the eye. and give his 12 employees a D & W Auto SupplyRoute I
small pay increase. There are One of the major factors which helped to re-elect my opponent four years ago was his promiseto
similar in the 16 at Brownlee and
Demonstrating a farslghtedother examples new
ness absent! in too many governdocument. Cherry Streets the people of Bradford County:

in these times of
mental bodies
Operating at first under what Builders Hardware
the Commission
"big spending, seemed an almost certain disappearance "This ;is the last time I will sk for "
ismoney"looking forward to next of racing revenue now And Supply a you people to vote me. .

year when the county's bonded indebtedness divided equally among the coun- 301 E. CALL ST. I
will double and to two
ties and with the gas tax comingnew
years from now when the state's back to the county in jeopardy,

doubt urban make another Legislature move will to re-no the saying(Commission"no" to any had and no every trouble re SHERIFF RENIGS ON PROMISE TO RETIRECarl

move from the county's hands
the all-important race track tax quest.

funds. !I.,. <* But when the cuts failed to materialize Hurst wants you to help fulfill the promise his opponent made in '64
much to the
If the plans of the Board and and great relief of the officials To retire and be sheriff no more.

Clerk Charles Darby can be successfully the Board didndn ive way to the
implemented, the coun requests for increases. The easy The retirement time has come, the age is late,

ty will emerge from the 1967-68 way out was not taken. Vote a young man, Carl Hurst, in office in '68. :
fiscal year with $40,000 left above

anticipated newly adopted expenditures.spending bill places The looked Instead ahead, the and Board made and plans Clerk for This you can believe: Carl Hurst pledges not to ask-you to let him remainin

the county on sound financial future years to keep the county office until age ,70. >, .J h&A&: trn.. .--JL* t .. -J
footing, not only for the coming on a sound financial footing. mmA

year, but provides a cushion for The citizens of Bradford County -

sharply county's two years and revenue from its bonded may now be when indebtedsome cut back the all, while be actions grateful they of may the for disagree Board the, should sound with ( 1'' 1 As Your Sheriff I Pledge! :

ness still on>, the increase. being laid for them.
groundwork Dlatlnautah.d daeordof' 22Y iniPuMjeSarvlc .
Dada County .
Instance where we think *:S&ta R.piawntitiv. \i\
Neither do the demands of the It is one School D.d.County Commiitlonvr."
public for more and additional the Board is giving the county City 01 MlS. ,Dlr.ctor of Public w.I'....

services ever diminish. Even real service. .arnmant Aa Chairman CommlNaa(ulilad of Florida ioma durtni Houl.locol,1iOO local..Bah MiatoaalpcounOaaandclUa >n.Yarborouih Fair and Impartial Law Enforcement ''

.Part Pra ld.nl of 0nn..Bawl Committ. Around the clock protection sign off at '12:01 A.M.I i -
., Miami Kiwanta Club Florida High/ no ..
1967 School Coachaa AMn.and Florida County -
Dave Shuford Chairman
August Conmlnlonara AMU. I will 'continue "Work with whoare .
.Born la Chaitar.8 C...Oradualad. Cltni- my our young people our
UntMfiily alt.ndad Univa.ilW I
eon i 1-
...Marritd to formar Loulia Bland-
Ing'ot Bartow...Outitandlna foottall conk I leaders of tomorrow: and today's responsibility. .
Vote For And Support :at: Miami High School.: for 10 yaara.Dachlona .
of'Mia Public Sarvka Commhilon I
4 ailed.Let Florida Y.Imrcuh'alxp.rloncI'a lutura and.:. your pocllaibook. mil- I A working and guiding sheriff. '

ItId.roIIlp.k lot you..
To combat crime with more secure business and home protection.



/ earnestly solicit your active support and ,vote on May 7th t l.j.! :'

Continued Progress !*'"'[MM HtWCIDJtMQCRAT

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Guess \What's Coming On May 7 + x
tOpICS ,o.

Don't look now but we have Bradford County He is eminently Jeffrey B. Jackson, son of

it from a reliable source that an qualified for the post, both by Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jacksonof By PAUL C. FORAKER

election will be held in Florida on background and experience and r t 1L744 ., g] Starke, has just been pro- 'F.dltor___un._ Information Services-: -- ,
moted to Speclallst-4 in the
May 7th less than two weeks voters here should derive a great'' U. S. Army. He entered the Every individual if he lives rejection, and his wife's un

from the time you'll be reading deal of satisfaction in giving him / service in July 1067 and. was long: enough, must undergo faithfulness brought the:
this editorial. their endorsement on May 7. l' rir stationed at Fort Jackson S. what are commonly called the feelings to jhe surface.

1 Old-timers are scratching their As for the Constitutional r F.. .7 C, and Fort Devens. Mass. trials and tribulations of life. Had Robert the necessary

heads and muttering that they Amendment, it is one which will prior to his transfer ,to Vietnam Surely life has its ,beautifulside emotional stability, he woul

never saw things so quiet -: two permit counties to have an appointed but any realist knows have been able to convince
nt weeks before an election, that is. Superintendent of Public In- His current address Is Sp-4 1t alo has its ugly parts as himself that It was his wife';
i The lack Jeffrey B. Jackson RA 1238- well when everything seems to Inadequacy which caused be
; seeming of interest is struction instead of an elected one,
j hard 7875 Hq American Div [tO2HR "fall apart" for the person unfaithfulness -and his feeling -
explain, considering the if they so desire. If the amend-
concerned.It of self-adequacy
] APO San Francisco, wou:
:: fact that some important offices ment is approved, it does not mean Calif. 98374. Is when life's ugly side have precluded any feeling o:

: are to be filled, and one constitutional that a county MUST go to the makes Itself manifest that refection.At .

litI ilt! amendment to be voted on. appointive system. It simply gives h Airman Lawrence P. Meng.: many persons become problem any rate, Robert's drln1l'o

H I Some attribute voter apathy to the counties the right to hold a v, ht ssJ son of Mr .and Mrs. Francis drinkers and this is what is ing became a problem, and hi

1 far i the fact that the public is "just referendum to find out if the W Meng of Hampton, recently involved in this week's1 case was arrested ,for drunkennes

t'::t' fed up with elections" since Floridians people want the office to be appointive completed basic training at history. Yet many others face several times. However, ii

V were asked to visit the or remain as it is now Lackland Air Force Base, San times equally as rough: with- 1950 things took a sharp tun

i'::;' polla:four or five times last year.t elective. We can see no objectionto Antonio, Texas. He has been out turning to the bottle as a for the better'r when Rober
assigned to the Air means of escape. experienced a. {religious:
.t, : in :an. unprecedented series of the amendment, since it is permissive -J ? ? Technical Training Center Force at Why do some Individuals version and became an acth COD
; special and regular elections. It and voters of each ( Exri
the f .
ftc Chanute AFB, Ill for speclal- become alcoholics under stress church member.His
a j: did get right monotonous, didn'tit county will still have an opportunity ,'. tied schooling as an aircraft while others do not? That's a wife's unfalthfulne1

I ? to express their wishes before i I tTp maintenance specialist good question which Is being continued, however, at an at
But the fact remains that here the system is changed.So 1 ( j ) ice) I Airman Meng is a 1967 probed continually by the celerated pace until final!!

;li Sheriff 1 wake up voters and get withit t graduate of Bradford High professional personnel at Robert took his wife an
Even though it is notably lack- School. Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation moved to Florida.

j'' Commissioners and two School ing in color or burning issues J Program. There does The wife made repeats

+i' Board members. Surely that is at least up to date the fact 4 !K ,1 1';''4rr YNr Pvt. Randall J. Padgett, son not seem to be any blanket trips back to Alabama to so-
of Mr and Mrs. Everett M. answer. her ""boy friend," until Robe,
; enough to draw at least a little
.;: remains that there's an electionon
Padgett of Starke, recently Robert 1',. aged 50, is just gave in, resumed his drinking
from the
rise bored voter.
May 7. Bradford has a reputation graduated: from eight weeksof one example of an alcoholic quit attending church, had
On the state level (at least for
of voting heavier than some recruit training at the and how he got that way. serious auto accident, arc
the Democrats) there are three of its neighboring counties even Marine Corps Recruit Depot Born in an Alabama log eventually lost his flourlshlri

; Supreme Court judges one U. S. in an off-year election, and We Parris Island S. C. He will cabin, Robert came up the service station business.

'Ii" Senator a Public Service Commissioner don't want to start falling downon FARMER'SBerry DIARYan noiy undergo from two to hard way and married beforehe A divorce followed, and tin

u!:if!r i: and a State Senator to be our batting average now. growers have only one fur weeks of individual combat was 20. He was father of til last summer Robert had

tiian!:+!v' nominated. Perhaps the final Democratic hope now. near the. end of a hour before going to bed training and then, after his first child before he fully been drinking continually fo
i".H. Saturday night, as Daylight leave at home win realized he had! made a bad five At that time
.! Bradford Countians should have Rally on May 3 will add a little poor season, and that is to Saving Time starts report to( :: years. I
on Sunday. ills first regulaf mistake in choosing his life landed In jail
Marine Corps again decided to
(nt especial interest in one of the Supreme excitement to the so far dull-as- salvage something of the crop There was a lot 'of confusion assignment partner.Up "turn his life back over
.'1'' Court since ohe of dishwater proceedings. At least through sales to consumers
races about it last but
year, now to this time Robert wasa God," and is now a regula
,::: our Circuit Judges James C. Ad- let's give the candidates a chance. who do their own picking. All we should be used to It and non-drinker. However as the church attender again.

:: : kins Jr., of Gainesville, is seeking Come out and hear them, and see over the area now you see make the proper. adjustment. and family of Orlando were relationship between him and He has been treated recently

i:;' the Group 2 seat. if you don't get fired up just a lic signs to advertising harvest at!for 25 the cents pub-a weekend visitors of Mr and his wife grew progressively ] at FARP's in-patient cent*

]!; Judge Adkins is well known little at least enough to remember quart, and the fields are dot- In case you haven't noticed, Mrs. Bill Goolsby and family. worse, he found himself tray at Avon Park and Is now con

1J!: here, having presided over numerous to come out and vote on ted with housewives getting we thought to remind you that Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar eling down the road toward tlnulng his rehabilitation
i!: terms of Circuit Court InarIt's May 7. there is a political campaign Carter for the weekend were alcoholism. one of FARP's five out-patlm
__ .."J, j !fruit for jam or for freezing.
going on. We kidded candidate -
'''' a their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. FARP psychologists say that clinics. What's ahead? No on
'I'i about It recently and he Gene Douglas, of Miami. who becomes alcoholic ( -
: anyone an knows. But two-thirds of B
. ;i! Our Responsibility Too will We be hope able that to realize the 'growers enough By Sam McGarrey said that "from now on until Mr. and Mrs. W M Hughes because of a storm In his patients treated at Avon Pare

cautions to prevent the looses election day, if you see two and daughter Ellen of PhoenixCity life already has a basic per helped.
from this means, as well as
.1'' which will result if fire ever people gathered on a a street Ala. were weekend visit- sonality defect -and It takes For more Information o
;. Our city Police Department is Habitual speeders develop a from the market sales they'vemade
; continually receiving complaintsof for the distinctive to at least break even gets loose in this area corner I'll .be.one. of them. ors of Mr. and Mrs. T. V. only an episode to trigger off alcoholism, write FARP la
wary police
eye Duck and family. On Saturday the drinking problem. In Rob- formation Services P. O
II: cars traveling at an excessive cruisers, Fuqua also admits.It this season. At present, The lake levels are falling, Incidentally, we know' who's Mr. and Mrs. Duck and the ert's case, it was probably a 1147 Avon Park, Fla. 33826
though, it looks this
rate of speed along city streets- is most difficult to apprehendthe will as though particularly at Brooklyn, andit going to win In Bradford Hushes' went fishing at Cedar basic feeling of deep-seated
habitual offender in the season be the exceptionto County. We had this tip froma Kev.
Orange, Pratt Sinclair Cherry, daytime will take some extensive
the old
saying around here
and to few He too well. political joker, who after Mrs. Marvin Thompson of Postal Patrons
Lafayette name a can see that "you can always make rains to bring them up to May Reject
.0fthe.streeb1 where the offense The Police Department has something out of a berry crop, normal again. Relief seems a saying he knew the winners, Jacksonville was Friday: dinner I
added:! "they'll be the
is most prevalent. tried everything, even laying speed even though it might not be long way off, as right now it that: get the most votes., ones C. Pearce.J. guest. of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mail They Consider Offensive

Needless to say cars travelingtoo traps. But they were informed much." One farmer who sub- looks as though we'll have to -

fast to make a sudden stop upon and the traps were in- scribed to that Idea was Tim wait for the period of dally e TT..TT..TT.........., T. Godwin of Gainesvilleand Post office patrons who are Last year the Post Oft!!
.Blackburn of Lawtey who rains this summer. son, Bobby Godwin who offended by pandering adver- Department received sot
constitute to children effectual.
a danger -
grave li at home from Vietnam
on a tisements through the mall, 140,000 complaints from
raised berries for
especially small ones who There is thing that works many years.
one In the meantime, even the LAWTEYBy 20-day leave visited Mr. and can now take steps to curb Irons receiving such mater!
might dart onto the pavement in however. A tag number of the Mrs. J. H. Eunice
The season had been bad weeds are being held back at on Friday. such material. While In most cases, the a
the midst of play. Drivers of speeder in the act and his subse- Mr. Godwin Is Mrs.
enough, but right now wer'e in our place and we're having to ElIza BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAUAAA.AIAAA Eunlce's Postmaster T. C. Hazen has vertlsements were not legal
speeding vehicles are either quent identification have a sober- a spring drought and::! it promIses water our plants and shrubsto brother. announced plans for adminis- obscene and were there!,|

thoughtless, careless, or irresponsible ing effect. to put an early end to keep them going. But squir- Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rosier tering a new law giving each mailable, they are often
either way they're dan- It has worked on several streets harvesting, unless we get ome ting with a water hose 'is a The WSCS met at the par- and family of Palatka spent family the right to decide sldered offensive and are

gerous. St. Clair for example. Resi- rain soon. We remember times mighty poor substitute for rain sonage last Tuesday evening: Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. that an edvertlsement Is "eio- the type material a par

"We've done everything we dents finally got!? fed up. They when we picked whem the and our water pump Is begin- with seven present. Mrs.' Ver- James Rosier Their! son, tlcally arousing or sexually would want his children i

know to do," Assistant Police stepped out into the street and alleys were full of water: but ning to grumble about wantIng non Olin gave the devotionaland James from service Ray Rosier In Vietnam.Is at home provocative." read. Because the law K'''|
in dry weather the plants fade overtime pay. Mrs. George Roberts closed When material sent throughthe the patron the sole right
Chief Kenneth Fuqua will say jotted down tag numbers of of- '
Mrs. O. J. Anders and Mrs. malls Is offensive on these decide what is offensive .
and the
quickly fruit shrivelsup the meeting with
when inevitably ask "Whydoesn't fenders then them to prayer. Bill
presented Anders
you were visiting in grounds, a postal patron can does not others the ri|
and gets to be only half Last call to oyster eaters: The officers of Lawtey Extension deny
the Police Department do the Police Department.That the normal size.. the season Is drawing to a Homemakers met at Jacksonville on Friday. A Sun- ak the post office to direct the to receive such mall if tf
something about it?" was all it took to slow day visitor of the Anders' was
close and you have only a few the agricultural building In mailer to send no more mall wish. Congress feels the
The fact is, the Police Depart- things down. The warnings and, in Along with the drought days left to get down to the Starke on Thursday to make Mr Andel-s coUsin David Barnes to him and to remove Imme- law does not violate Const

ment has only two patrol cars. some instances, court cases solved which has persisted over Gulf and enjoy a feast. Re- plans for the next year and of Santa Fe Lake diately the patron's 'name tlonal guarantees: of fre a

They do help. Speeders slow down the problem for awhile. many months with only a few member It's a long time from to nominate officers. The next spent Mr. Easter and Mrs.weekend Vernon visiting Olin from all mailing lists he owns, of speech.

when the police cars appear, but Such offenses which endangerour rains to interrupt it- we (have now to September. so you'd meeting, will be the annual relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn controls or rents. If a mailer does not strlk

the cars can be in only two placesat children will continue as long an ever-increasing danger of better feed up now. cookout at the home of Mrs. Barnes, In Inglewood. arid Mr. To assist patrons, the Post complainant's name from ]

one time. When you start pa- as we allow them to. It's our town forest fires. With the woods Harry Faulkner on Thursday and' Mrs. Hobart Lester In Office Department bas put>- list, and the patron rece

trolling them, there are many and our responsibility too. and fj jds dry, this is a good And !by the way, don't forget May 16.CHURCH. Fellsmere.. llhed a brief pamphlet "How a second mailing 30 days af
streets in Starke. time A exercise extreme pre- to set your clock ahead ACTIVITIES Mrs. Leon Starling and Mrs. You Can Curb Pandering Advertisements the prohibitory order, he i

Orace Methodist Sunday Bryant Reddish attended the ," which is now bring the matter to the ata

School 9:45: Worship 11 a. m.. dedication of the new Allen- available at the local post office. tlon of the postmaster aei

The Right To RejectIt Prayer Circle Monday 9 a. m. dale Baptist Church In Jacksonville If the mailer still falls to
NEWS And NOTES FtSf First Baptist Sunday on Sunday. The pamphlet explains that spect the order, the Post -

School 9:45: a. m, Worship 11a. when a patron receives offensive ter General may ask the [
is encouraging to learn that Last year the Post Office Department For Today's HomemakersBy m. and 7:30: p. m., Training Homecoming Among those at Northside attending{ material he must send the torney General to apply f a

post office patrons who are of- received some 14,000 Union 6:30: p. m. Midweek Baptist Church on Sunday ad Its envelope, and:! the form Federal Court Order dlrec r

fended by objectionable advertise- complaints from patrons receivingsuch Martha Sue McCain services Wednesday 7:30: p. m. were Mr. and Mrs. George letter, to his post office with compliance. Failure to ob e

ments received through the mail, material. While in many County Extension Church of God Sunday Shuford and family, Mrs. Ola the words. "Request for Pro- the order may be punishby

can now take steps to curb such cases, the advertisements were School 10 a m., Worship 11 Starling and family, Mrs. hibitory Order" on the face fine or Imprisonment.
least not considered Home Economics Agent a. m. and 6::30 p. m., YPE of the envelope.
material legally offensiveand Hester Mrs.
or at stop receiving Hicks, O. J. Phillips ._.
it. are not the type material ....."- "--"- .. Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer and' Rev. and Mrs. Edward -
material is that would meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. C. Harvey and family.
When offensive received parents want falling LOW HEAT MEANS about 10 minutes.For Highland Baptist Sunday
the mail the into the hands of their children. Spec. Donald Lee has
through postal -
JUICY BEEF ROAST easier slicing, allow theroast School 9:45: a. m. Worship 11
patron can now ask the post The new law gives the patronthe That rib roast of beef you're to stand 15 to 20 min- a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Choir the spent Canal the past Zone six and months left Mon-In

office to direct the mailer to send sole right to decide what !is planning: for a festive dinner utes before carving after removing practice 6:30: p. m. Prayer day for port Hood Texas

no more such material to him, and offensive to him and does not will be at its tender, juicy it from the oven. meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. after spending' a leave with his

to remove the patron's name from interfere with the right of othersto best If you cook it at a low If you would like a copy of Mrs. George Estes has the parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E.

his mailing list. receive such material if theyso temperature between 300 "How to Select Beef Roast" sympathy of her friends in the Pearson and Mrs. Donald Lee

To assist patrons in such mat- desire. Therefore it does not and 325 degrees. or "How To Select Beef loss of her brother who pass- and small daughter who are

ters, the Post Office Departmenthas violate anyone's Constitutional also The low less temperature will Steaks," contact ,the Bradford ed away in Tennessee recent- staying with her parents, Mr.
mean shrinkage of ly.
brief pamphlet rights County Agriculture Center by and Mrs. Charles Bryant in
published a meat, less spattering of In Mrs.
fat James Rosier also has
calling 964-6554, or drop us a Starke until
he settled.
"How You Can Curb Pandering This new law Is welcome addition gets
a the oven and more even cook- card at Box 267 and we will the sympathy of her friendsIn Other weekend visitors of the :
Advertisements, which !is! avail- to efforts now being madeto Ing.A send the bulletin to you. the loss of her sister. Mrs. Pearsons her brother and

able at the local post office. curb the circulation of obscene large roast'may be cookedat In the bulletin "Beef and J. H. Sikes, whose death occurred sister-in-law were, Mr. and Mrs. yY. j'kt p

The pamphlet explains that material through the mail, on 300 degrees but it may be Veal In Family Meals" is this last Thursday In Wa- Frank Camp and children of 1

when a patron receives offensive newsstands, and other methods of better to cook a small roast- recipe for chula. The Dalles, Oregon Mr. Camp
about 5 pounds- at 325 degrees Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Harley By Lynn Hamilton of Southern Marine
material he must send the ad its
distribution: It is hoped that per- SPICY POT ROAST10 have returned to their home spent the past year In Thai-

envelope, and a form letter to sons receiving material they con- Since a standing: fib *roast to 15 'servingsOnefourth in Pennsylvania after a few land.and Ala,has where returned he will to Auburn be- SMALL: BIG REASONS FOB about. Thanks to the srrqjl l

his post office with the words, sider objectionable through the of beef, Is.. tender: cut, it cup vinegar, 1 days visit with Mr. and Mrs. affiliated with the Air ROTC. BOAT POPULARITY boat, he and his son have b<
cup water, 3 cloves [twholel.' 1 Although It's hard to beat '
should be oven roasted, with Hubbard Harley. able to spend hundreds
"Request for Prohibitory Order, mail will take bay leaf, three-fourths Also Mrs.. Pearson's sister, the fun of an outboard
advantage of tea-
fat side up, in an open pan Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Jordan powered hours together that they mil
written on the face of the envel- spoon salt three-fourths tea- Mrs. C. R. Mozinno and runabout, there'e
new law. with no cover, no addition of and children spent Sunday at some- otherwise have missed. ;
spoon sugar, 3 to 5 pounds daughter Mickey, of St. Stephens thing very special about
ope. water and ;no basting. Cedar Key fishing, swimmingand S C.Mr. small a The small boat carne
The best way to roast the beef round! roast. enjoyed a picnic lunch. boat. special bonus' for families W
and Mrs. R. E. Lee and
meat Just to the proper degree Combine first six ingredi- John Tye who is attending Every, enthusiast has his youngsters. What better rig( _
of doneness-tare, me- ents. Pour over beef. Let stand Florida Southern College, nle John were visiting Mrs. Lon- own words to describe- For teach them the fundament

ORib4 The dium, or well done, dependingupon 24 hours in the refrigerator. spent Easter weekend with his Adams in Jacksonville. on some, it's tho closeness of na of good boating It's sis
Sunday afternoon.
Bradford County Telegraph the' taste' of family' and Place the meat and liquid In parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mrs Kenneth ture.' No windshield to block enough for even a 10yearto
Terrell and the breeze.
'gyp ESTABLISHED 1879 friends-is to use a meat thermometer a heavy pot or Dutch oven; The water is Just safely handle with the piper
son spent the weekend withMI' inches
Insert the thermometer cover Simmer over low heat Tye.Mr. away. If you like, reach supervision. If someth
pia and Mrs Richard Ben- .
c MATTHEWS and Mrs. Joe Dorko and the
E. L over
j Editor and Publisher In the center of the until tender or bake at 350 nett Jr. and son. Jimmie Ben- Mrs. Ernest Wells. gunwhale and dip should go wrong:, you have I
0 y thickest or meat degrees [moderate ovenl for your hand Into liquid coolness. assurance that |
o part the won'ttraveling
+ Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnouaty nett and family, were visiting Visiting Mrs. C. R. Crews Others like the you
last about 2'/a
without touching bone. hours.; Serve the hot go-any- at
any 30 miles ha
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bennett, and per
Under The Same family through the week- -where
.l Masthead liquid feeling. You can slide
r Ota; For rare beef., roast the with the roast Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith end were Mr. and Mrs. Billy By the time your son
over sandbars
meat about 20 minutes per NOTE: Ahrt chuck, blade Mrs. Hattie Darley Miss Sin- Woddard or snake comes a teenager, he'll h
pound or until the thermo- chuck, rump and sirloin tip and children (of Lar- through: foliage Infested watersto a back-ground of >
Pi/bllBhed each na Prescott and others aiid seboating |
Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Officeat over tro Mrs. Carl Rayburg and your fishing spots.
meter reaches 140. For med- are good cuts for pot roast, ;the weekend. behind him. i
Starke Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879 ium beef, cook for 25 minutesa too. Calories per 3-ounce serving ;' of Clearwater, and The dilemma of a big: run- Powered by a small ci
Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Guy Moore of Tommy Clayton and about
About 260. son versus a small cartopper board '
: .
pound ot until the therrao.- motor, the '
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $4,/80; 6 months $2.50 meter registers 1TO.' If the rib 'MENU SUGGESTION J Lake City were visiting their Toirtmy) Jr., of Jacksonville,* : has caused many families is economical to operate.car-top 1 t

Outside trade area: 1 year, $5.00\ ; 6 months. $2.75 roast has been boned, the Serve with rice, spinach, and j,cousin Sunday.Mr Mrs.. Elizabeth Terry.on wee OJennaflil end with(\ Crews spent the to compromise. Now they own can fish all day for $1.00.1
Juanita Wilker- two boats. Dad Is the
time fahoulii IMI IlIcrellR"1J ,Jollied fruit salad.: master portability is great, and t
an.llfrs.Vll11lUn Baker son pt t the fUntP Tarm. of the can-topper. He'a got it cur-top racks make lo4 .

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I, '*1VRSDAY. APRIL 15. 1988 BRADFORD OOT1NTY TELECl1""PJI. IITAR1nt! JI'LOItmJl: _ CTlON .' PAGE Inyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyv'
Service 7:30: p. m.. with choir Carlos Youngblood of Willis- Mills at St. Paul's Catholic appreciate hearing irorn the Month for the 1st Squadron on August 17, 1895 and was Rev?Fred "Yefkes officiating. 1' to :2 I Inches deI./ '
practice: following the service. ton and their grandson Tony Church on Thursday evening, friends at the following address 14th Armored Cavalry, the son of the late George M. Interment was In Crosby Prior to planting treat seed
THERESSA Revival April 29-May 5 Strader, of Ocala. April 11. : Pfc Robert E. Terrell during: April. and Clara Hoover Sistrunk.I Lake Cemetery with Masonic to prevent decay.t andj other
Rev. Merle Packham, Pastor. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lee Mr. A Reminder RA 12886831, Co D 21501 2nd' Dedge a Bradford High He was a veteran of World rites at the graveside. DeWitt ailments. It takes only a cou-
By Dorothy Mills and members of Hope Baptist and Mrs. J. D. Oiiffls and Don't forget daylight saving I Brigade, 101 Abn. Dlv., San School grad, Is stationed In I War I. a Past Commander of C. Jones Funeral Home was I ple of minutes to treat a pac-
Phone 4734518y'ryyyyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyy<< Church extend a cordial Invitation Miss Cheryl Grlffls visited relatives time goes into effect Sunday.i Francisco Calif. APO 96383. Fulda, Germany. American Legion Post 56, andi In charge' "arrangements. ket of seeds. All you do Is tear
to all to attend revival of Mr. Lee In Live Oak April 8. so make a note to set.I "Your BOI\!' entered into competition -:.i a member of the Starke Masonic off a corner of 'the'packet,
services starting Monday Sunday.! The trip included your clock one hour ahead with over 400 membersof Lodge and St. Marks furrows for large seeds. I. toss in a small.pincH,oIl!seed
Hope Baptist Church evening. April 29. and confining visits to Royal Springs the next Sunday morning or bet-I this squadron and has proven -I.I Episcopal Church. Planting depth Is Important.In protectant such :'as. Spergon
through Sunday evening Suwannee River and White ter yet. Saturday night when himself of special recognition .
Sunday School. 10 a. m.: 1 Surviving Is one sister Mrs. moist soil, cover small seed Arasan or Semes'an/ and mix
May 5. Services will begin at Springs.Mrs. you go to bed.NEWS during' : the month. He was I. I'I
Morning Worship. 11 C. A. Futch and a broth'er.Joe such as mustard less than V4| the chemical with thee seeds
a. m.j: 7:30: each night with four H. F. Cloversettle and ,, selected on the basis of military \
Training Union. t1 Sistrunk, both of Starke. Inch deep.Cover, medium-sized by shaking the packet!;
6:30 !
: p. m.; I guest pastors speaking duringthe Mrs. W. E Dampier were In bearing :job proficiency,
Evening 'I $ and his Funeral services held seed such 'as radishes no more -
Worship. 7:15: p. m. week. Gainesville Saturday after- ABOUTSERVICEMEN Fi.I appearance knowledgeof were ;
Wednesday evening Prayer Bible Club Notice noon. Sunday dinner guests of both military subjects and at 2:30: p. m. Monday In St. than 314 Inch deep, and cover FIRST WITH HURST
The Bible Club meeting on the Cloversettles were Miss current events," LTC Theron Mark's Episcopal Church with I large seed :such as beans from VOTE HURST FOR SHERIFF

Elect Monday, April 22 was the last Gloria Jean Newspme and : W Knapp Jr.. Dcdg-e's com .
before the recess. Re- officer wrote the ----- --- --o- -" - -
summer Mrs. W. E. Dampler.Mrs. : manding:
gular schedule will be resumedin Hilda Griffith and parents.Mr. l
; \W. E. Lawson the fall and this column Othma Sullivan of Hollywoodwere and Mrs. Alvarez reside I
will carry a reminder of the weekend guests of Mr. I at 315 N. St. Clair St. in Help Me Help You .
first fall meeting.. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan Starke.
, For f.l Community HouseCommunity and Mr. and Mrs. Felix SUlli- "
: residents of all L C. H. Sistrunk And together we will help our .

\ ages are invited to participatein van.Sunday guests of Mr. and
Services HeldIn County save Tax Dollars by taking '
the recreation period each Mrs. Homer Brinson were Mr. I'
1\ Monday at 7 p. m at the The- and Mrs. Alfred Walls of MI- _ '; St. Mark'sCyrus ,
:" ressa Community House. ami and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny advantage of my 25 years exper- '

J. T. Quigley Walls and children. ; ',: Hall Sistrunk. 72, died
The community Is saddenedby Guest of Mrs. L. K. Childs ii5' Saturday morning In the Lake ience in a business engaged in land- ,
DISTRICT ; the death of J. T. Quigley last week and this week Is her 41 I Donald W. Dedge, son of Mr. City Veterans Hospital afteran

of Starke in a car-train acci- sister, Mrs. Tom Young. of r and Mrs. C. R. Alvarez, Starke, extended illness. I clearing, road construction, and the

LIBERAL dent Sunday April 21, in Tallahassee. Sunday visitorsof has beeR! selected Soldier of He was born In Cedar Key '
Starke. Mr. Quigley was well Mr. and Mrs Childs were I operation of heavy equipment.
i !i known here and will be long his son and daughter and I .,,
I EQUALITARIAN remembered for his cheerful families from Fort Pierce. Mr. I
How cash if
r AMIABLE outlook and helpful attitude. and Mrs. L. A. Childs. Sue to get
Sincere sympathy Is extendedto Ellen and Ray: Mr. and Mrs. Please Vote ForHAZEL
relatives. Bob and children A, : ;;
the bereaved Humphrey
I DUTIFUL PERSONALS and Ronald Blair 'of Ft. Pfc Robert E. Terrell, son your income stopped tomorrowOne

Weekend guests of Mr. and Pierce. of Mrs. Lula Bell Terrell, of
.. EXPERIENCE Mrs. E. S. Sibley were her Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack- Route 2, Starke, is serving In I One out of every three men over 35 will be disabled before PAULK
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ham and son, Matthew, were Hue, Vietnam. He graduated 6,1. One out of three. Can you afford to bo one of these f .?
RELIGIOUS and Mrs. Harry Nadeau of dinner guests Monday of Mr. from BHS last June and wouldLet's I If you were unable to work due to slcknotu* or accident
and Mrs. Merle Packham, Jr.
pd. pel adv.) Miami. Dinner guests Saturday Where would your money come from? For flow long? !::
and Mrs. of Crystal Lake.
evening were Mr. Would It be enough to cover all '4:;"
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof '

palatka were Saturday visitors expenses f For County Commissioner Dist. 5, .-. I
of his parents. Mr. and % CoGardening ,
Inxtiranre Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan. and :

Elect I:' their, son, Percy Jr. and family Guarantor the i_
Carl Your correspondent spent''I your family hall casha wben disability Iaullfor the past 25 years, handling all business and legal matters, as
several days recently workingat Mtom your regular Income., Nation
r .. Jacksonville Beach and By Rervejr STiarpc, Editor wide' Guarantor Income Plan pay you well as all bookkeeping, assisting in the preparation of all bids, plus

would like to express sincere Florida Agricultural Extension from $JOO to $600 per month) accordingto
appreciation to Mrs. Percy Service the plan you choose. And benefit keeping daily records of each piece of equipment and each man' workingfor

Prevail worthwhile Sullivan Jr. for assistance the very she can start SO days alter you are disabled us. Since the women of our 'country are called upon daily to c do aman's
.4 and continue up to age 05 for sickness ; A 4
gave in gathering and submit- Plans to place on the Bill Powell
and life for accident work, I feel it is high time we have more women representingour
ting the Theressa news during I moon Is a boon to the notion Phono 964-6164 Tj
Your this time. While at the that planting on a "growing call me today for more( detail about 404 W. Madlsoa'Starke county government. I favor better governmental relations between

beach" It was my privilege to moon" Insures fast plant I Natlmiwldn'v Guarantor Income Plan. Flu. |j I ALL of County, and will be available at ALL times to ALL
:: County Commissioner attend the beautiful and impressive growth. I II parts our :

i rites marking the But, a few skeptics say that: The man from Nationwide la on your side I the people of the County.
DISTRICT ONE (LAWTEY) First Communion of a chil- until we get a manridingmoon I I
dren's class which Included my shot to the moon, it's, NATIONWIDE INSURANCE ;
8 old niece, Lori Ann (pd. pol. adv.)
year best to plant seed in the earth.: Nationwide :Mutual Insurance Company
Offers You These Qualifications: Some claim that planting I
Home Office: Columbus Ohio i .. .
filed peas on a dark night -- -
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FIRST WITH prevents the worms from ... -: _. : g
-Born and raised in Bradford County.A VOTE HURST FOR SHERIFF seeing and eating the crop II- -------- .,

member of the First Baptist Church of Lawtey.A --- I later.seed Others swear that sowingthe SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT
on a bright moon DEMOCRATIC PARTY .
Fair Associa-I STARKEBUSINESS light night results in moon- "
member of the Bradford County
blinded pests that starve.A .. ." ,. ....,
tion and Chairman of the State Farmers Market I "
I few folk believe that MAY\ 7, 1968 "

Advisory Committee. black 'heart of turnips, carrotsor ." *. :
-Served 12 years on the Board of County Commissioners I rutabagas means that a BRADFORD COUNTY: -' \! ". '. ... .
bachelor gardener has been
and 6 years as Chairman.
DIRECTORY hexed by a jilted maiden. But .
-Believes that we pay too much tax: for what we I regardless of the gardener's "" ', ',.. I :

get in return. romantic failings a few ouncesof Precinct No. ------ jrili, r !\"- r 'if
\UTO SERVICE boron 'R'; ,
per acre prevent .iis!",:'. .. ,
black centers In vegetables.
HE FEELS THAT HIS EXPERIENCE BETTER I I This spring, drop okra seed To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark 'a. cross (X) in the square .

Gilbert S. Brown at chin height/ for tall growing at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to'vote't .; .

QUALIFIES HIM TO SERVE TilE PEOPLE OF i Standard OH ATLAS Service! Station In stalks the that'll fall, let bear go all the summer.seed at CONGRESSIONAL ,, .

I TIRES & BATTERIES toe-nail elevation for a short LEGISLATIVE ,. County Commissioner/ .
l BRADFORD COUNTY ON TIllS IMPORTANT plant and plenty of okra before :. ..
I Budget Term* Road Service frost. United States Senator :. District No. I 5 ;.
Phone Wi-7071' State t Senator '
IsIi I 107 N. Templo StaraeHURST'S Checking these mores of the (Vote for one) Vote for )
BOARD. A. .. ( one
past Is one approach to spring Seventh Senatorial l I I listrlct.) i
l' gardening but for better luck ,
., ask your county agent for LeROY COLLINS I (Vote for .one) Z. W. HAMILTON I I

: Your Vote and Support Service SJlELL Station garden.Agricultural information Extension on planting Service a EARL FAIRCLOTH I r. J. EMORY "RED" CROSS I 1 t HAZF.L PAULK / '. I[

:: Will Be Appreciated Gnu Oils Lubrication First, check to see If you I I I i-f I
Goodyear Tire & Batteries., have a real case of ""garden SAM FOOR ED PECK I Board of Public Instruction
.\ UOAD SERVICE fever." Make with the spadeor
t plow In soil If I I County Board Member
SOl and 100 preparation U l
" (pd pol. adv.) this aweat-of-the-brow labor RJrTTARD: T.AFFF.RTY BOB SAUNIERS '" :._
District No. :3
I does not cool your enthusiasm'
then It's safe to puchane seed (Vote for one) .
fertilizer and other garden I : .r -' -
TO THE VOTERS OF supplies. i : r
Prepare the /mound well before ,. ARThUR
I Justice of the Supreme Court, .,...
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planting. Turn the soil 6 Group SI14riff'! ; I" ,
to 8 Inches deep followed by ''I 1
I harrowing or raking to give (Vote for one) ,
the plant bed a good texture .
I ___ I and to prevent It from drying /, IIUHST I I CHARLES: SAWYER I l
In coming before you for re-election as your County out.For JOE BOYD I' --

Commissioner, District 5, I promise you the same garden convenience.spot near the select house a RICHARD H. COOP R ,I''r I P. D. REDDISH 1--1 SPECIAL ELECTION 1r.;

, service in the future as I have given in the past where you may irrigate In case
of drought. A semi-shaded location 1 County Commissioner '
, helps during hot, dry RAM RMITH CONSTITUTIONAI
! At All Times For The Betterment Of Bradford County weather. lst1'1Ct Ni,. 1 AMENDMENT: ,
Size of garden depends on Justice of the Supreme Court, ?
Vole for
space available. To supply; one) Mark X mark in the
Group 2 a cross ( ) square
I In the time I have served on the Board I have worked vegetables for a person for a at the RIGHT For the Amendment or
aim for 120|) acre per I I
year (Vote for one)
very diligently for the drainage program and our health person This allows for canning _PREVATT_ Against the Amendment.
and welfare programs which I have headed up as a member and freezing for later use. I f
t of the Commission. Working with Dr. Covington and his Vegetables produce better Jt JAMES C. ADKINS JR. ''I D. J.. (DAVE) SnUFORn I LJ NO.1"' ,

staff at the Health Department has been a applied In .
efficient plant nutrients are Constitutional Amendment! to .J t

I pleasure at all times. bands.Sprinkle Do the this fertilizer before planting.in fur- WOODIE A. LILES I U 1. County Commissioner Article XII, Section 2

The Commodity Program was started during my term rows about 2 Inches below and District No. :3 Appointment or election of County School
L serving the needy people of Bradford County. It has beena 2 Inches to the side of the Justice of the Supreme Court, Superintendents Proposing an amend-

great honor and satisfaction to me to serve in this planting row. Group 3 (Vote for one) ment to Article XII, Section 2 of the

I capacity. Use a fertilizer containing and potassium (Vote t for one) Constitution to permit appointment by
nitrogen, phosphorus RALPH P. BRYAN I I the school board of the Superintendent'of
1 Although this has been my department, I have also -known as NPK. On '
I In all Roads, soil apply 113 pound of I I Schools in each school district when pro
. taken a very active part departments sandy VASSAR B. CARLTON I r .
Recreation, Mosquito and Garbage Control, and many. 6-8-6 [NPK1 per 10-foot row.. JEROME JOHNS vided by local law and approved by? vote
; On muck apply 16] pound of 1 U 1 of the electors of the school district:
others.I .
' 0-12-20 mixture per 10-foot HAL P. DEKLE ., that ,such local law may be repealed by
: am asking you for your vote and support on May 7. row. If possible use fertilizer vote of'the electors only after it has beenin -

: with the same promise I made you four years ago I will containing small amounts of effect for three years ,
always be fair and impartial to the entire County. .- I minor food elements such as I .f M
: manganese sulfate borax and STATE"" IT: !I
: I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE ON MAY 7 II copper.The excuse for crooked: rows Commissioner, Florida Public .-/": ,

Is that you can get more Service Commission AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I II [

I plants per row. But remember., .
straight rows are attractive (Vote for one) 1 : '1': .
{ .,
;: Zedra I I I and control make and cultivation.harvesting easier.If Insect. HARVEY H. BAKER I n'I :> 4' '

HAMILTONI you are unable to "sight"

I string a straight and a row yardstick., use Stretch stakes, ROBERT C. BRAND I ns'.t I Ili

I the cord between two stakes. I I
(pd. pol. adv) I, While the cord Is in place JESS YARBOROUGH if"

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Sapp Saturday night Colored Citizens CHURCH STARKE
Hiwav Misses Elaine, Janice and
Sheila Brown, Misses Linda, NewsRECREATION Sunday Church School
Phyllis Mary Ann and Denise 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship
B/ Mn. O. E.
CrosbyBlrlMay Lyons and Michael Brows, 11 a. m. Snack Supper for

A /AAAAAAA AAA 4444J were visiting Highland Zoo MVP. 6 p m.: MYF" Meetings
Sunday afternoon 8:30: p. m.; Evening Worship
p.-'y For Mrs. M. D. Medeiros and Little. League and Pony 7:30: p. m.

jMuuito Sap daughters, Janice and Lar- League Baseball practice MondayPrayer Group. 10a.

!Mrs. a. I.. Snpp entertained Inda, were shopping In Gaines started Monday Apr. 15. at 4 m.; Methodist Men's Club,

her little granddaughter ville Sunday. They were p. m. on the Recreation Play< 7:30: p. m.Wednesday. .4 V're.' .Y.,6 t
Jeannie recently with a party guests of Mrs Blake Kelly and ground. The season will officially Bible Study
honoring her on her sixth Mrs. Ruby Noxtine.: open May 6. Girls. Softball and Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. m.

birthday: anniversary. The Mrs. Loyd Padgett.and Mrs. practice will start Monday -, Thursday Chancel Choir
party rooms were decorated Gerald Norman tyero shoppingIn Apr. 29, at 5 p. m. at the Rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. BAYLESS HIGHWAY RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST'

with spring flowers and bal- Gainesville Tuesday. playground. All girls who have I Friday Junior Choir Rehearsal BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH

j toons.. Games were enjoyed. by We are glad ':f that Arthur not registered are asked to do 3 p. m, Schedule of services: Sun- I Sunday School,, 10 a. m.
*;the : Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Schedule' ;; of services: Sunday Sunday School 10 a. m
twenty recuperating
: youngsters. Delta McRae Is nicely so on or before April 29. .da'; SChool 9:45: a. m. Morning -
I Morning Worship 11 m
11a. School! 10 11 a. Morning Worship 11 a, m.;
..loua refreshments of birthday : in Bradford County'.Hoapltal Director Jackson asks for CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship Service, a.m. Worship, Worship 10:45: a. m. 7
and m.-Rev. .Leland A.
=.-=:iak e. ice cream and cool aid following auraerr-.last week. the cooperation of all parentsto 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. m.: Training Union. 630: a.m. and 7:30: pm. Training Training Union 6:45: p. m. .Baker:, p.pastor. Evening Worship 8 p. m.i'
ul' served Mrs. Our entire < Wor- p. m.: Evening Worship. 7:30p. : Union, 6:30: pm. Rev. Jack Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
;.were by Sapp. community was help In making the recreation Sunday School\ 10 a. m. Evening, Service, 7::45.. Midweek
-.": !'::: : We want to welcome Mrs. shocked and saddened Sundayby activities what they ship Services, 11 a m. and m. I Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY Prayer Service Wed- Thursday Visitation, 10a. 8 p. m. Sing earh Friday at 8

-.MYra: -Faulkner to our com- the sudden death of Brother -; should be. The presence of 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Prayer' Meeting Wed., 7:30p. : nesday, 7:46: p. m m. and 7 p. m. p. m.. Rev. Harvey Lane pertar.

*--jmuilty;; She recently moved J., T. Quigley Our sym- parents is always welcome at Friday, 7:30: p in-Rev. L. S. m.: O. A Meeting. Wee*., LAKE NEW
:'zAere'!!: ; from Gainesville pathy Is extended'to his fain the activities. Williams pastor. 7:30: p. m.; Choir 'Rehearsal.Wed. BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY RIVER BAPTIS'1Sunday

.,..g. 5: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman fly.Mrs. CHURCH NEWS ., 7:30: p. m.: Brotherhood Sunday School 9:45: u. m. BAPTIST CHURCH School. 10 a. m. CALVARY BAPTISTSunday

5? : and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy I Susla ZJllle Bridges of Ebenezer Baptist Church, MADISON STREET I meeting last' MondayIn Morning Worship 11 a. m. 6U: W. Pratt St. Sunday) Morning Worship, il a. m. School, 10 a. m.
KaESapp were hosts at an annliSver8ftry.supper Panama City was dinner guestof Rev. Carlos Burnett pastor, BAPTIST CHURCH each month. Ra David Training Union 6:15: p. m services: Sunday School. 10 Training Union, 7pm. Evening Morning Worship. 11 .. m
-! ?' honoring Mr.Tsriand -Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman will hold regular( servicesstarting Sunday Sunday School, I Medeiros partor.. Evening Service 7:30 p. m. a. m. Preaching 11 *. m. Worship 8 p. m. Tralnlrg Union 6:30: p. m.
Thursday. with Sunday Schoolat 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. Midweek I Prayer Service, .
Padgett at the
"** home of Mr. and !Mrs. Otis Crawford of Gainesville 10 a. m. with Supt. Hay- 11 a. m. Youth Choir Practice, I Church Or jesua Cbrist Of I Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come Training Union, 5:45: p. m. Wednesday night service. E.'VenlnaService.. 7:30.: PrayaMeetlna
Mrs. Gerald ,
I 7:30 .
j Latter-day Saints Evening : p. m. Everyone welcomeL. Wednesday 7:39:
"" Norman visited her parents. Mr. wood Brooks In charge. Morning 4:30: p. m. Youth Fellowship let us worship together. Rev. Worship 7 p. m.
-s:; Tuesday night. [1416 East Call St.] L. Parker pastor. p. m.-Rev. R. U. Butler
Allen Everyone welcome Elder!:
...:;;:;Among those attending were and Mrs. C C. Crosby Mon Worship at 11 a. m. with Supper 5:45.: Training Union, Services Price, pastor. : pastor.
'MT. and Mrs. T. N. Norman. day.Mrs. the Juniors In charge of song 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle, Priesthood, 8:45: ; Sunday PINE LEVEL BAPTIST A. O. Flynn, pastor. I CHURCH OF CHRIST
Mrs. Eldon SaPP. Cecil and Edward Norman spent service. At 7 p. m. the Senior 7:15.: Evening Worship 7:30.: School 10:00: Sacrament HEILBRONX BAPTIST
Kenneth, Padgett.Mr. the weekend with her daughter Choir will have charge of Wednesday Prayer MeetIng '11:00.: Sunday School, 10 a. m .FIRST PRESBYTERIANSundaySchool Sunday: Bible Study '10a. CHURCH I1IWAY
and Mrs. and family Mr. and Mrs. song service. All members are 7:30: ( p. m. Church Choir Branch President Morning Worship 11 a. DJ m.; ,Morning: Worship and 16 N.
and daughter. Sue L. A. Crosby Thurman Jones of Lady Lake. asked to be present. Visitorsare Practice, 8:30.Thursday: Dean Hansen, 964-6278.: Pre-6enrloM. (Booster 9:45: a. m. Communion! Service IX *.. m. Sunday School 9:45: a m.
were dinner We extend our sympathy to always welcome. I Sunbeams and Young People, and ban4.1 Morning Worship, 11 a. ra. Morning
guests of ,Mr. and Evening services 6:00. Worship 11; Training
S&s Fred Broadwell in Jacksonville Mrs. the family of Mrs. Clarke who I I Brother Harold Mitchell Is OA's meet at the church. 3:30: FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Service]. e p. zn. Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. Wednesday Worship service Union, 7 p. m. Evening Serv-

:r IS Sunday.' ,. passed away Monday,.and to sick In Bradford County Has, P. m. OF STARKE Worship 7 '(*. m. Midweek Choir Practice Wednesday vlce, 7:30.l1dwtek Prayer
the family of Mrs. R. M. pital., All members please visit' West Weldon St. and Ral-! service I I 8 pro.Ray.. 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. Service 7:30:: ( -Rev. L. Tommy
:Barney'Eggers and daughter Crosby who. died suddenly him and cheer him on to re-' FIRST METHODIST lord Road. I Wednesday.' 7:30: p. i Bell., Howe pastor.
1 :1t Beverly, of .Jacksonville? were Tuesday.. covery. CHURCH, STARKE Oundar School: 10:00: a. m m. E. R. Bowers D. D. pastor. Robert D. Burn

Prayer Meeting each Thursday Sunday Church School 11:00: ,a. m Morning Worship; -
at 7:30: ( p. m. All members 9:45: a. m; Morning Worship, ;; : and friends Invited to attend 11:00: a. m.; Snack Supper forMYP' I p. m. Evangelistic Services.
REVIVAL The Junior Choir's Anniversary 6 p. m.: Evening Wor- I Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Midweek -
will start tonight [Thurs. ship, 7:30: p. m. Prayer. Meeting. An Investment. In Your Future
day] at 7:30.: Greater AllenChapel Wednesday Prayer Meet- Pastor: Lester F. Richardeon. -

Junior Choir will render Ing and Bible Study. 7:30: p. .

1tft.BAYLESS: ; HIGHWAY Starting the program at 12 Friday noon Satur night m.Thursday Chancel Choir MORGAN(Sunday-ROAD 9:45: a.CHAPEL m. Sunday A'TfSIJ 0 lO R. m I IltrdMlgtlafas

day the Concession will be Rehearsal, 7:30: p m. ar Mae LsYV.
School. 11:00 Morning
: a. m.
BAPTIST! CHURCH open selling all kinds of good Friday.Junior Choir Re- Worship 6:00: p. m. Training

.,.. I ies. Each and every one Is Invited hearsal. Union 7:00: p. m. Evening

,. -;:.. APRIL 29 MAY .5 to cooperate with the Worship. ,
7:30 NIGHTLY -' project. Homecoming Wednesday 7:30: Prayer

.. .a;.: Baptism will be held the At Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes-
... second Sunday in May. First Baptist nlght-7:00: p. m. Family SUNDAY MORNING.
.. .
... Greater Bethlehem Free
Sunday 28 e
April Night.
.,............ Will Baptist Church Rev '
...... _, Lewis McKay pastor: Monday The First Baptist Church of BETHEL BAPTIST CHUBCF
___ night. Choir No. 3 and Ushers Starke will observe Homecoming li Mat a wonderful day...what a wonderful time This i Is a time to
Sunday School a m
Board No. 2 will meet at 7 p. Day on Sunday Apr 23
m. Tuesday night. Choir No. The choirs of the church will: Morning! Worship 11 a. m ? be happy...this Is a time of Joy...this Is a time to worship the Lord
r 1 and 2 will meet. Wednesday be featured in the morning Evening Worship ?!:30 p. m

night Prayer Meeting. Thurs worship service, and; the pas Prayer Meetln*. 7:30: p m tn His house.This l I.a time for all of the family to enjoy being together.

ate ; %;; day night Ladles Circle and tor's message will be, "The Wednesday.-Rev. J. C. Hes- .h '
- .t' Story Hour. Friday night. Three Homes of A Christian." tern pastor. I Today the sun shines bright.next Sunday it may rain, but all are
Prayer Band meeting. Dinners
; will be sold from the educe Invitations have gone out to' HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH lays' of joy for this It the day to be with the Lord II,His house.I .
... ".' tional building on Saturday. former members and friends, EUhway 100 a' TherecM) -
lD, -
.... and a large attendance is ex- Sunday School 10 a. m.
Sunday School 9:30: a. m.
.ut! :
'," pected. Dinner the grounds I M'
Morning Worship-11 a. m. "I I when told
Youth Day program will ter was glad they unto me,
-=: ;- will be served after_the mornIng -
.- minate'with! the youth"in Training Union 6:30
...== -:- <,. .,. ., ar tS charge. Morning Worship at t other worship churches hour.are Friends cordially ol Evening Worship- : -p.7:15 m. ? ; let ut go Into the house of the Lord."

11. Dinner the grounds at m.
on p. I Psalm 1221.10
Invited to come and be guests
12:45.: Wednesday Night P' yer
Miss Bethlehem will be for luncheonThe I Services 7:30: p. m. Rev. I ,,_ _
crowned at 3 The Homecoming date was Merle 1 J.:: 'T
: )p. m. con Packham pastor. y _
,\\I"L ,
chosen to commemorate the II 'I ,'
testants are Misses Willie E. r
Davis and Darlene Carter. completion and dedication of BO.\TDKA IN BAPTIST ... """"' ... .
the present auditorium and CHURCH STARKE ". ,
Greater Allen Chapel AME I ..
first unit of the educational "tI
Rev. Lorace Cothron Church Rev. L. A. Sampson Sunday School, 10 am. .
Evangelist building on April 29, 1951. -- -
I ,'
pastor. Sunday School. 10 a. Morning Worship, 11 am. )
Tabernacle Baptist Church, Palatka m. with Mrs. F. B. Delestre f in HOMECOMING SUNDAY Training Union, 6 p.m. Evening

Special Music Each Night charge. Morning Worship at AT HEILBRONN BAPTIST Worship, 7 p.m. Prayer I

11 with message by Rev. Homecoming: will be held Meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m. -

HOMECOMING Moore. Music by the Junior Sunday, April 23, at Hel1bronnBaptist I ,
& DEDICATION Choir. Evening Service, 6 p. Church. Everyone welcome NORTHSIDB BAPTIST!! \
Located !
m. with message by the pastor. on Kyi jrOgii-

---.:: SUNDAY, MAY 5th The Men's Day program and especially singers way [ISR 2251 at Ration! Road I _

DINNER SPREAD Baby Contest will end Sunday. [ISR 161. Services: Hund-*} II 0 .
.-.;-..; May '12. Captains are asked Services HeldThursday School 10 a. ra Sunday I {.

::.:..::; REV. THOMAS A. MOORE to please contact each member For Morning: Worship 11 a. m .It'O

-,:: Field Secretary of New River Association Presiding Inform them of their Mrs. Crosby 66 Training Union 6:30: p. m ,.,
duty and them to '
Evening Service 7:30. MidWeek
W- .::
::, '! at Dedication Service i
1" cooperate in making; this a Prayer Service, Wednea- ........
QUARTET MUSIC AFTER Mrs: Annie Lee Crosby, 66, I
!; successful
I *a3Tn.i rally. died In the Bradford CountyHospital day. 7:30.: -.ReoY. Glenn Law-
'=::=: EVERYONE WELCOME Tuesday morning, ben pastor. 1h Chunk. .. b Cod.oppolnfod' ..ogoncy h All..,1'lot spreading tin' linonlodgo' '' at f Nil low (;;j yt\\N "u'{}AhrmandifHiJimodYrmantontpodl.Motfoebyhvinghisn.ighb.r.Wdh

April 23, following a suddenIllness. "' .ut
REV. M. DAVID MEDEIROS, PASTOR FIRST WITH HURST DEDAN' BAPTIST CHURCH MM.. trawtdiai...' to Mw... Ian ol Cod, .. go imnnnt, .. io > ....;.;ii-;: VOTE HURST FOR SHERIFF Born at BROOKER ,........end"HM" (toodonu. .. uhlcli.hold.u....will familoolr vonili.""- Ih......,.... :.4 ;
_jj I I 1902. Mrs. Genoa Fla. Jan. 8. Sunday School. 10 a. m .from. .sled"' ,poled........,m ihauld Mffort- Uto(dunk...lot' "Iho" ulu el Iho wolfoit !.3
-.1 Crosby was the *Hmall. and. hit.family. liyond, Hint, .ho. ...., ovorp pinoo should uphold" and. par ?
daughter of the late Henry Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
I and Lola Hillhouse Hunter. Training Union. 6:30: p m 1 Iklooto"" to Hw awRk borauM. ft lolli Iho 'nulli, .b..,man'r llfo,doolh and dmty; I HwIntli CI"fQf', yvg}
J Evening Service 7:30. ." ithldi lout. .. Hill HI Mn Iroo,to Iho at a dilld ol,Cod. y
She was a member of the Pine : Rev. C.I.,..Adv SMI
Level Baptist Church. Lacy Conway pastor.ST. r

a REVIVALHOPE Survivors Include :her husband MARK'S EPISCOPAL I

Rufus M. Crosby: one CHURCH. STARKE I

daughter: Mrs. Novice Kay of Service schedule for the I This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Followin
Oklahoma City Okla.; threesons I -
Lenten -"
: Revis S. Harrison of Ft. season: )I I .Civic-Minded? Business Firms
Wednesday 7:30: p. m.,
Lauderdale, James H. Harrison .
Evening Prayer.

BAPTIST CHURCH Harrison of Jacksonville of Ponte, and Vedra MurleE. Sundays: Holy Communion, SINCLAIR FAULKNER SERVICE i I Edwards: Grocery & STARKE BUILDERS

Beach: two brothers: Ernest 1st and 6th, 11 a. m.; 3rd. 8
a. m. Morning Prayer and \ SUPPLIES Inc.
Hunter of Ft. Lauderdale and I Mkt.
Sermon, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, U-HAUL RENTALS
Cauley Hunter of live Oak
100)) I
11 ,
a. m.FIRST Ace
] Featuring
two sisters: :Mrs. Marjorie Truck Trailer Groceries-Meats-Feed) Hardware
': Complete Paint _
Prlvett of Live Oak: and Mrs. 8npplimd
._ BAPTIST Gas & Oil Sporting flood
.... Complete Lubrication
,...-..........; Irene Bailey of Whltehouse CHURCH STARKE
Fla.: three stepchildren: Nick Minor Tune-tips Ph. 964.5312 Stark Fla. "CHEPK: WITH US FIR8'r""
Crosby of Starke Mrs| Doro- Sunday. Apr. 28 Homecoming -
thy Conner of Atlanta Oa. Day. Sunday School 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 219 Washington St. 964-11270

HEAR THESE MEN OF GOD and Mrs. Melva Spencer of: 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, I
New Mexico. 11 a m. sermon, "A Chris- I
Lawson Meat
tian's Three Homes." Dinner I I DOYLE CONNER W MarketAND
;;; Serviceswere Thursday ;
on the grounds at 12:30.: I COLD STORAGEWe
: morning, April 25, from the Insurance Agency

*** APRIL 29 MAY 5 7:30 NIGHTLY Jones Memorial Chapel In Worship Training, Union 7:30: ;, sermon 8:15.,: Evening, "Re OF STARKE INC. Specialize la Cmtotn Slaughter-
: Starke with Rev1. E. Bow S-A-V-E
-. .. R. discovery of the Word of U.S. lug, Cutting Wrapping
--', ers officiating. Burial was In God." With Your Mutual Agent 301 NORTHPh. Prepared For Deep Frees
--.1 Conner Cemetery under direction -
Monday and of DeWitt C. Jones Monday Assoclatlonal Bible 222 N. Temple Ph. 964.7369 964.7600 Starke, Fla. PHONE 904-7030
Tuesday Rev. Joe Olachea Funeral Home.FORESTRY. School Clinic 7:30: to 9 p.
m., Madison Street Baptist
? Wednesday and Thursday Church. Youth Choir Practice,
7 p. m.
Friday and Saturday -. Rev. Samuel Stewart Florida Forestry Ser- Tuesday Sunbeams, Junior I 528 S. Walnut St. \

vice reported five fires In Choir, 3:30: p. m. Primary I Phone 964.6022 TELEGRAPHPhone 4OMTROL
;. Sunday A.M. and P.M. .- Rev. Chet Wampler Bradford County during the Choir 4.Wednesday. II I
week ending Monday with"a Sunday Complete Automotive

total of 39.8 acres burned., School Superintendents Cabinet ::11' REPAIRSFor 961.6305PrintingOffice
rte. : Since January 1 there have ( Meeting 6 p< m. Prayer I

.C-= been 117 fires with 8795: acres :Meeting 7 Church Choir II, Every Need! / & CHEMICAL
Supplies CO.
: burned as compared with 76 practice, 7:45.Thursday: "
Good Singing Nursery Open fires and 747.0 acres burned Weekday Bible;, .. --

during the same period last m.Class, 10 a. m Visitation, 7 p.1 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
JI Charley E. Johns Phone 964-5715 for
There was no measurablerain i I BRADFORDABSTRACT FREE
EVERYONE WELCOMEMerle in the county during the FIRST CHRISTIAN' CIlt.'RClliSunday Agency Inspections & Estimates

week the Services: Sunday|
ending Monday, and
public Is urged to use extra School 9:45: a. m. Morning| IS! .. WaJnPh.. 964-8070 Company Hurst Shell Service

L. Packham Pastor caution with fire due to ex- Worship 10:45: a. m. Evening'' GENERAL INSURANCE 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST
treme dry condition In the Service 6:30: p. m. Midweek! Mkody But Nobody Uadeneb8 Ewy. 301 &: 100 Ph. 961-6111
Service Wednesday. 7:15: p.// Chute? H. J.lu* Agency Starke Fla.
area. _-LL Ph. 96&.6881 IN 8. w.... 8t...*
m. Charles Reese minister./) '

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will be each night for Pee T.sIlned Hiiwn"mm i Mithoit. bidder at the "imrtlumiio Staten: nt i Anvrlrn, Plaintiff, vJnnttm .. onnnot be inrvml within the been nerved with roc.lI. within-
open r.fI'llIt.r l acid name with thOlerlt N.tiro. Of Anallcat/oa r "'Inilon of prOII.rLotI' 1 door on the firtt! !Monduy" t>. Vurrinn nnu Irene BrurrlvM ., state ot 1"'. ,>. a; that II III I the Slate\ of ,Florida. 2. This
Four SpeakersTo the convenience of those with of tinCircuit ('UIII" of .in rtiui HC \SA In Woodlawn. Bee: In month, 't MHV, Ittiis, whluh.. IH hie wife. Unfenduntn not praiitl. r.i v '.. to nerve her older be puolUned In a, newspaper
small children. BriulfjrJ County,: \lit Arllnii A. ".". 191.141 F *. I 11 I, f--,.. n-52-W: tits 1Lt day of .ny. 1fes. No, 67-7H1 C'v-J. Order' or personally. ...... that she has of general: elrouJanon
Be HeardIn Brnyjrc Vrcnlcl'..ti(. a 171 1(II I M w I Mi \iiir l Is hereby given thnlvire I flervlin l I.y I'uhllcntloa. TblittUHe not volunta. .:0 api>0nrnil heroin;' Bradforil) Cu'uni| J-lorlda,
ll>th March
Hope Church Is located (IIh' ,Plane, JnlncMIllc.. H'lu.; A. I., Jackson the holder or N .me (nhli'lt HimnBBad Mrs\ flat thin day or (. came tI lm heard uiJun LOS It I. theinfore, ORDISrtISI'! aa not lesa! than once..each week
Hope Revival about eight miles south of Walter H. MurplK-y., InWnrn" he follov/liiR. rerllflcatea has F W \\f .h, Ast 146H.! i hiotiun, n' i,' ..ntler foe an order follow 1. Tim defendant for ala onniiecutlv weeks Aster
er 1 M. I.p.u nI', k art\ 1,11 cct, grrtn,, -II d. Haiti uerlllcatul ." for a 'In,* All of mild/ property. bnlnR In (SKAL) for service by publication, and It Irene Tl. ParrlHh, olmll appear to the return: date Jojf lnabO'C'e'
Starke on Highway 100 at 'latlun for. C'oni-", tunned, therooh. Ther the County, of lirudford.. State Clinrl" A, ftrhy ,. hoe ..
Directors AKHIH di *d to be appuarlnv. T at tin artlun 'In tht i canie and plead to the d "lKnated. DONE AND ORolHP.RJ"D -
:Revival services will start at ,, tl fioinN .. and .. of of Florida. Circuit I'nui t oo t Snit. ,
Theressa. The pastor Joins lnunltyvlrtc l'n>lei Hope Baptist Church on Mon- I with the membership in extending '1 ,:lt>uritlink, InrJintod \ 1 MiiikitfH' ( tie dIlNC'I\, >U""..of. the IjnleH Hilch rertlllrnte or ford County, Florttln. beau' broutf it for the anfoiceInint before, MIIV 7, UBH' or In default I Florida thli lit) day I
tUlH nth day r>f April.A ')' vaattdaaeseeed are Inrlllmva. rtlftuateii. shall be reditetnedfiurordlncr 4/4 4t 4-JS of .n den against real I thereof, the Court. .hall of March 1968. CHARLES B. i
29, and continue ,
day, April I an Invitation to the U. t'41a ut Htifld,', ( '"iilfnritCounly VhVi'n It" aa to taw the property" ,, r"lOrtv| liltuattt within the f t>tnuu '. to Judgment In this SCOTT.: JUJDOIi : j jlr I
through Sunday, May 5. public to / I deMirllied. In mu>h certificate. or M1DDLIC DISTRICT of Florldn
these unusual KIAildii 1-21 4-K
This meeting will be differ- services. I 1'1' \\I! c, Z, 'r-rtlf' ati" Nn. U. VI(.r nf !Ia, ".'rllrh"lo I will bn fluid to the Jarkionvllle Division,, l'nlt' I ---- I I
u. ....
ent, according to the pastor, .

Rev. Merle Packham In that i IY THM'llll'1II. ('0' ,,'r 01"" .'. '< ':. i
there will be tour speakers fl.Olllttt KM.HTII .I 1)1111.
('I Iii SI'I' I. \. Fos IIft.\I- .. .i.
during the week instead of\ KOHI1 ColTI.
the usual one. Each speakerwill Clill .,..11.." >... HOi: 1
have two consecutive ser I KATHKYX: MOUiltMV Hl'nSd.N.Plaintiff.\ : : !t
1 t F k'fr N 1
vices. w
'I DKAX;: K. IIUIlSO.In.: .. I __ v. tt
The speakers for the week t>eftndant. / .
MtricH; or "Niir' 'dg'
and their order of appearancewill TO: AP.AN K. HUDSON. Jn., t
be: Monday and Tuesday Defendant
night. Rev. Joe Olachea pas-I coo D K. HuilMonIjocklntfton LnnilI'hattunooirn. .

tor of the First Baptist / TeiineHwi*
Church of Green Cove
Fllil) that an action for Ivories]
Springs; Wednesday and hit* been filed UKiiliiHt You and 1 1
Thursday night Rev. Edward: you are" required 1 to Nerve n I 1
"'I'Y| of your written rtefeniwn. 1 I t
C. Harvey pastor of the First If any to It on 4. U l SLIIIKKH.of l 1
FK'nrOllS.(; CAUMICHARb: *" 1 1D 1a
Friday -
Baptist Church Lawtey; II
TOML.1UNHON. Drawer" "('". 1
and Saturday night Rev. Onlnenvllle.. Florida. UOOl. Atn.rtiev .
Samuel Stewart pastor of for the Pliilntirr. and to
flip the olliclnnl with the Clerkof
Buford Drove Baptist Church' the above-Ktvlert court on '>r
at Hilllard.; and the speaker before the 20th day of Mny '
.* I l)., IIIIIS iitherwlxe. a Judgment D
for both services Sunday will iiiav ln entered iiimlnat
be Rev. Chester Wampler I you for. the ti-llef demanded In : r I
the romplitinttt L p I 1 1
pastor of Gateway Baptist '1-:,ESI: < nn hum, ,find I Mi*
Church Jacksonville. eta I of HHlrl ,our! nil thu ttttll
day i>r ... "rl''. A. l It lin.cHAnrns !) ; .
Special music and singing A. DAHHYAM \1
flerk or Mild Courtliv
will be featured in every ser : Urn lull M. MnoiljAM
vice. The Weeks Family of T>.,mity Clerk $$) ,
Green Cove Springs will be 4-25 4t 5-16 : ..

heard during the week and W. In the'curl-of.-tnr fount,r ; ""i.
B. McKinney of Starke will I I dodge. .tlnthnii In I'rolmle.(.niinty. .'Iorhill.I ; IreGI.d Bakery ,

play the violin in most of the In re: Estate. of
services. The Choir of Hope HKNIIY;: PiA USA L,!.. T>WMUUMITo Bonus

Baptist Church will sing special -I All Creditor(InlinM or nnd Demands.tgnlaet Permninlilltlnv MEAT ,Ilrf ; FOOD FAIR ICED BLUEBERRY
numbers each evening and Said Kntntel: I:
it is hoped that a quartet t>y You notified end each And of required you are to here present SWEET BUNS.. .. ... ,. ... ....... ,

from the Waldo Baptist which, nnilalniB vnii. MI. either and denmnda of you.. USDA OUT SUIT'. BAO Of 20
will also ... i ; fOD() FAIR BAKED
Church sing. t i hays ".1..1 the estate of STrEAI1IS' "
The services will start at I HENRY PBARSAIJ, dweiixeil. i CHOICE 19
i I Inc of baid uunty. to the I ( ii CLOVERLEAf QUS ..
7-30: p. m. and the nursery County Judge of Alachua Poun, FlIR [XYl'LeA '
I Court ty. Florida houae, at of hi nald.* nffli-e County In the atrialneHtllle. These ,fwoquality i MERCHANTS GRSEN STAMPS : : FOOD FAIR FRESH BAKED LEMON' CHEISr. ; r\\ .::;. 1
VOTE HURST FOR SHERIFFGLASS calendar nionthH. ,'Ior.within from thn time elx Melds ; POUND CaKlPUIN K E. ..-:: 9

.- I ni of.tli-e the. firm I ICni'h puhllcatlon claim or demand of title i 238 S. Walnut 81. Sturke.. Kin ore all vou 5 8 4t 1 I OR MAIIlt 1, LATER; C A .. .. ... .,......,.11601

shall IIP :In writing' ;'I'I'I"': ; II i I ; need to know L B '. 311165a,,_____ 5 :
slate t the 1 pliiro of i and MICH COPD) VHD4> rUM "WIP.r' 4MHI5ie about beef. .u..we
addreHH nf the .
pont office chI"I j uiii, DUnt"r IGHrs Itmnr :
ant. and hhall. l ho sworn hy -..
FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors the flalmant, and ;hlM aiifh claim. n'o: binattorney or. ____ i.l.IIII: -11III--1 ... 1fJi&_ --"'< .', : I
demand. not HO filed .Hhall. bo HICKORY RANCH. :
void.Ralph T'earitall SLICED BREAKFAST SAVE 211< IB U.S. CHOICI 1 : It I :; U,.SalO I IB .

FOR EVERY PURPOSE An and, executor TeMtament of lit,of!Idnt. Will : BEEF RIB STEAIS . . . . . . .. Lt88,. : ,,....'i,'
lircVIEV( ;: l-KAIi: i .i.\l.l. doi-enm-rt.' 1Of.1, I'I' S'rJ n --<.t" '\ -"
SHEARSGLASS I-K5 41, 0-18 : SAVE 3U< IB U.S. CHOICE ''N'ed, h n. :\, ""I!;: ,, ,
)) 4 J
MVrH'M OK lTKVIln T 1/f fIIKfJIMTKIl : BEEF CUBE. STEAKS. . .. . ... .. .. ..... .1.98,. fr ) : ''L
CO. KirTITIOI 'H" \ -'WKF'nrHiiiirtt e. .. c' tJDt
: to, HixMliin:: II: Rathf, 5' 'I : SAVE IK( IB GROUND OR PlECXS J TO 3 IB PKOS : W' HIT' E. :!
372-4351 FUirma .HtntutcH.t li'itlre IH hei- M
372.4315 .
I 1313 N.W. 4th Plot I II by Riven enquired that l In the htiftlneaH nnderHiRni.ilHI under PURE PORK FRESH : BONELESS STEW BEEF...'....... ........ Lt689's: .. R- r. '

Guineivillo I the rictltl'iuw(niiiliiiKlne:: name), p of O."Sl'MVtVF" : Hr>x- BREAKFAST LINK ; SAVE 40'* LEAN FIISN' POLE : : '

1110. Stark. Kla., and Intend to E.S. .
SAUSAGE GROUND' BEEF .. .;.. ... m$1.99 : PPTAT1

\ I :

JACKSONVILLE TRAY & c : COlD, CUTS, .... .. ... :... ............. ....... ... ... 2St :: .,t.


Business SilOUIDER t i lU ERICAPJ. CHEESE.. .... .:...... ...:.... UJ69# ': 2"' '

Directory4uto S YET01" HYCRADECHEESE : .1 : lsarI'

STEA fii[ $ : .. .... ... .59t 19' 4"Fll Ce
LOAF I .... .. ?...... m .. c: "A ruQQ +..
Sales & Service MOTORCYCLES: SAVE10lt! : ..

LANDROVER HONDA PIKCH FILLETS .... .. . .. .. II 2f. ',. .
The World' Flnent'! In : : : :


Sold and Serviced by ..,
Roberta. Chevrolet
See Honda's Hot 350!
Green Cove Sprtmjm 8033Jivrknonvlllff
4949 niundlng Blvd.
Phone 771-8241 I II I tI

Parrish Motors MOTOAH A CYCLES

4949 mandlncBIni.. 771-8214
I 1 1 I
Paulus Music Co. 1
Always Good Used Cars Band & String; Instruments / 1 tDI

321 l tiira !St. Ph. S56-5flS4 Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers r

School Supplies--Instruction 1
Roberts Recorders s
Music L1brary-Expttrt I ?t

Hairstyling 41 Repair,,,.. Monroe Department. 33 -IU41 I NI I I1'I


21 ,V. Monroe 833-9391

RiversideHairstyling Trading Post 1 \,..... o 'VALUABLE ----/-F'fr'.e.r.:. ='m"",
1-ht: ..4..r.f "' eN
Bathrooms. Sinks, Cabinet

Academy Soil Plpei, Water Pipes I ( 1.f!! I II

2630 Park St. 38H-RM7 ITJommoileH Lavatories KING / .
Modern Styling 'The Best for Leas" .; CALORIE
Qualified: Instructors Top of Hill Hwy 'IIIlIddl"bnrj I r : OFF DIET
Accredited VA Approved Ph. 883-glOH:
{ -
Day or Night Classes : -- I MEDAL PRIUROULAR F RU I.
PIANOSFor 51 Z Ie --- t----' '! I '( .
MuMral AdviceC. : """ FLOUR 5 IB

Electric Co. ....-. QAGAL '
Sc'IdServicedRepairedGeneratorsStarters ELECTRIC MOTORS 9\1cet'.e.: \ f,t:1:.:.:: U"J SiIN61H'[ COMET 6009 "' II ,"h. .or b''. "" THIS rlOUK WITH m,', 4 / $

,,", _
: -
0030:>> AT fOOl f All l COUPON .
ChIckering and Other I I I I 564 tmI
Armature Rewinding qp E N T -

40 llt i5.+.nit x 387-2523 Name Brand Pianos Die !Iii R E REGULAR ......'>:<';,:::>'..- '. VLUAUE courON .- If 1 1I
KIMBAIJ: "SIVINOFR"ORGANS : .J.d.: : :"- 'q ,

R.-vplt Mall 3HX-M3ID, \: I,, SIZE AV : UNIT-1 COFFEE ORDERS.


Model makes fancy designs SAVI3SI.GRIEHGIAH1* '

"Jackgonvllle'a" Most' Complete stitches monograms, IIorIANS 5/$1/ I CAN NORMAL, DRY, : -

Shop for Mother-to-Be I overcasts, sews on buttons PEAS .. . . . OR HARD TO HOLD ,
make button hole &: blind COUPON)
JUDY'S stitches. No attachments SAVE 2St* GREEN GIANT t.s. oA *.*. (WITH THIS MAXWELL (

MATERNALANE ,, Demonstrators $48 or $6 per '- "N s. 5//$ i (Limit One Coupon Per Each Can Purchased) i HOUSE .

mo. Call Jax 7T1-1830 CORN .. .. . SAY c: : '
10M Park !St. 853-15013; 50' 49 10.1 CAN
39" 8th _
BEEF -STEW. .. .. .. APRIL 24th-fflAY : -


Jacksonville Western Store .2/29/ : ; .liB I'

Leather :
Western Clothing I
60cc Tn 630rc Saddles and Trailers SAVE 16oz CANS HEINIPork :, "I mauwf'iO", .MLY. : UN
oo ; 1 l8
goods/ of eel CIKT '
; .
Part. -
C (
Sales ,
59 .
Sharon Petty ---.j ,
Used Motorcycles In Stork Charles, 381-1710 & Beans 81 I.--.tIr-1'1I"l'.f'\o'j'. < '\VB.. IS< .___ -" -
4228 Phillip. Hwy P. !S. I S.Jackaontllie 00! S. Fillfpnooil/ : 'I"II.lf'HI. I -

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Two Pare Sts -
... -

4-H Clubbers ,

Hold] Rally DayAlEair.grounds I 1 4.. ,

't"T**** SAVE qT I.e r 3Iw
jjf ATiKost> a hundred Bradford
\:swnt g: 4-H members attend- +
participated) In their
\ a nd\ ;;
annual Rally Day Saturday.: k }
AAIr1 20 at the Agriculture \ ;
Center and Fairgrounds. J 1 i

;After: group singing led by *

County. Agent.. O. T. Huggins, i..
..till..;4-Her's gave demonstra-
Wqns>\ ,In Food Home and .
Family' General and Agriculture '
areas. Other activities
Included a Public Speaking I .'
'contest. Dress Revue, Talent f

contest nament. and a Softball Tour : : r j fj

Blue Ribbon winners in the : : :

different categories were: S a

',Crawford"Food Demonstration and Teressa Brewer Irlta, 000 STORtS ; r

JJ) Qth of Lawtey.

.. r' General and:, Agriculture Quarts KRAFT Limit 1 With A $5.00 or. More Purchose Exc'uding! ,, Cigarettes.
IIi i p>&Jeinonstration Gary Prevatt
.-.. and'Tom Edwards of the r :
..,'a! ..South.Starke Club, and Oer4 49'
: aid and Eugene Meng of Mayonnaise.

... JWmpton..IB! __ .

3 : i Public Speaking contest,
]jtjahley Crawford of Lawtey. Half Gol' WHITE ARROW. limit Two With A $5.00 or More Purchase Excluding; dgoretteiooooooaeeooo

J t-;; ''press Revue, Sandra Hug-

,;lB-lns of the Starke Senior 4-H BIzk 19
.Olub. :'
''Talent :
Contest Walter Pre- 1 1S
'vatt of the South Starke Club 1t I
:,and Nancy Lott of the Hampton 1 I S : i / 1 / / i Giant Sue' WHITE & BLUE ARROW Limit Ono With A $5,00 or More Purchase Excluding Osor ttj%
t Club.

r.The Softball Tournamentwas

won by the Brooker Club. ;

,Rally Day Is an annual 4-H [ o o o o o e
-.activity. designed to give 4-H / f
..members' : an opportunity to express t' r 1 e / S Limit One Coffee of Your Choice With A $5 00 or More Purchase Excluding Cigarettes

',,Club level.themselves Some of these above win-the ASTOR FOLGER'S '

na-S will represent Bradford r1 ) Coffee 1-Lb. 48 1-Lb. 58'
: ,;', on May 18. '
.,..-. I

'. 1 t"I.. ".u41u'1'tl'E. 01"" \PAIII D.LI: i : Eggs 3 DOZ. $1 i I I13er

,41LENT 11'.8...: PEH.110.AL ,
-, n.A*> provided' by Chapter, 1'A\Ma 207J4. ENFAMII. 46 n, 1 1Lb. Pkgi. SUPERBRAND (Qtrs) '
AlHpf, 1141. notli-e. ,In hereby TYDRINKS..4/I. J
,. JM-VBin-ty#lven that taxes Intangible aatltleMd' | personal for 1907 BABY FORMULAR..........5/l. FRUIT '
"'I :: t>[,-; now delinquent. and b glnnliiK 6'' $1
.-... 'April tat such tuirnt are" / 1tIN '
4 '.oan0'.r..ln/l. | i/per Interest"month plea at one lhi BroVortlonatA per- !FRUTf COCKTAIL ..........4/I. MEAT...... ....3/l argarlne. 'I. ;-. :

... pout. of publlnhlnic y Cun THRIFTY MAID CRUSHED, OR SLICED, Nn Can HINTS

.1.... :lliUinolli-H Ire ;paid' heforu lt. I'nlcMH each. the name the Jet'amounlH.MCiappo day below of PiNEAPPLE............ ... .... 4/$1. TOMATO SAUCE.,.S/I. ,a..)"i"

Y -M I""..y...,. thereon IMUJI tax and execution be delivered. .* will. ..
U> the nhei,'Iff for 'levy upon any. ;!pO iTFIGS..a..e..4/$1.i NLIDMAELQEANS4/$1'r : / t d
)>nut>erty real', pemonnl or mlxmtnhFloncrlnw .. .
: to. the taxpayer Ct t:' 1'4 ;, '
M> unpaid t.axe,, penalties, ami,l (

.. fJOtIuent taxpayer Intangible pprnonul
and the
'. .
tuxvH. Including the
O..b. of adverllnliiK and pennltlvn ITIPR.OASTO000.99USDATCHOICE
.r..a' follow: ,
Lot .E1naey Jr. 143 31 t
MID, Adrla T. Q rrlah 187Jgg
Charlei lardy .si 4,

.Mayr.B. ,,n.,: Kelly IiImeaaer 8.41 -

Tag"fprd-: olle"lor County-Ploi"M, T4ONE STEAK :LI I09 _

)D TIVOIOLI6 P.n.O\.tL: ,
A* provided" bv Chapter 80721,
.AfllR of 1041. Notice I la horcbv
.'vl'n. that tangible pomnnal, '
property taxes aBHvimeil, for they.ar I
; 1987 are now delinquent
and beeInningApril .
let such
tans are drawing; 'Interest of .. .
one per cent per month plus. the
proportionate. cost of publlNhlag SB tht W D BRAND LEAN GROUND "
this notice UnleRH the
amounts net opposite eni-h name
below are pal"l before the firm MEAT $199
da.y.ot. May. 196R, warrant will
be Innued thereon
levy upon the seizure nr the .
tangible personal property of
ta.taxpayer. for.. 'nnpnlil taxes,, Plul 100 Sfom0' < with Coi non h.lnw. .
penalties and additional .
a Tha.name of aL..property. taxpayer. and them YLB.
meunt of taxes Including' the 61 F 5 $199 FAFSH CENTER' CI1T FRESH''IRAN'
mullL ..of ailvertlHlnaand" theM PKG.
tlrati months penalty are as '
18 N 3.Loll.K owe*. Kelly: PORK C HOP5,19, PORK STEAK" S9 ,
Bradford County, Florida' &
is ... .
yi j Ow Otlj.,
Azalea Claude'; Blair Reet et al 23.97 641: ffioAST 59'TRFSH NNES. .2 l" 29

as r Ram rr brown H; Bone 4,08 8.41W ,: .
AMltorr D. CarterHnvmond 77 13
M ChlcoskCTTvFlRh
A Meat MUt. 7713 tot Half Gallon All FLAVORS THRIFTY

Cltles.Servlce Dnvld' G Coate HtatlonOnheVs 1743 Lot: i
Pent Store, Inc 171 H lK..2/I.
CbJQnlq/. / Florist' ?".1I7 ; -N
Penrh Crawford' 2(1( .S4 ;
UltVndon. Poll!! )Barber Shop 9 a,
W, H. Dukes 12.R
F.. 'f, oval 104.70 Fresh
VitMiiForsvth{ 372

Fuvene'Wilnon L.. Foster Oar,' H4 207 21
Onv'*' :TTnrne AnpllnnreOliwno.RpR no,.20 ,4 ) CELERY. 2 stales', 39c
Gulf' Scrvlne. Tfnlr Station Stvllst 11 17''3 1ft a .
<". Pi -HnrldotlcWt ftft UNo. 1 RUSSET BAKING
,\J J Tlnrrlw 1 1.8Frnet."n. (

11"1..naRi."'Un rvlT v.......... Tn. 22( ,.nii7t 44A POTATOES. : '
?)lf. .fohnunn'! & Son Ortl<'. ((18 7(1H ( 10 e 59
4 A.: r.nwion It 14 . .
JamCs.. : *Z, Lee 101Nupm
...n I. lIJ -/'I..od 11 43
M ..n' MrMllll.n i.547 '
1-1. TI \ ReatlUl!; 'Nlrhnla. 7n 47 t lB'
K. Norman II' 41
Fl1W'INI': t.. OvertonPrtrtliv''Paae Pal +
Cafe. 172 OLDEN, BANTAM I .11 Buq 'AF"'t'" 'RISP
Ph1U.tpe) 86' Servl-e pta Non ,

J2 wiJlr..Plttman.R"lJJlI I.IIIIU'F'r..vnlt- : Mfir.: A Jr l'Iull'rffp '' 11131M"173.r.., ( I, 4 I CORN 8 EAR, 59# CARROTS 1 10''

Ctitr4nce; RhodenHerv 971RIACWIr. ... --........-........-....... ...............-.............. ................................
"' ;. HtnllnnSltrPTnlr 00
Serv stiith.nDrnoi 174' :! : : :
*: ". Smith 2.7 EX.--RA. EXTRA. .

Dn'/e Stjrk' F.]ITaMwnreKtarllna. ; moni I 2507N.'TT:51nrllna > a ;J 1 I I I .074: ..,GREEN.....,,?-STAMPS.. ::1 I dN GREEN. .STAMPS ::,: I I dx: ..GREEN, ". STAMPS, :i:

"' Jr. ft..41F'h1f.SulllvAn I II. :' : : ( :
N1e 4
201 PMG. ifi3' IH. PKO
1 ; : J71 OOLO KINO ., .J NI' CAN RC01 WH'' j O ..." '
e fI..n--or.I..r." fit R l Ion' 11.0 5186 l'I i' : Jiata! Onion Rings :. 1f7, Topping.. :i: .,.2. GW dreSec l :

Th..1nfy'A( Ro..t. 17.43 RESERVED--PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 28 : OOOO THRU... .APMII. ,, a. ;, 0000TNau.. .... .. ..r/L..... a. :. OOOD. THOU,..APMIL., ..,tf' .:
173 'J :
t.T1avM'.....'.. CHI.'TvleHl 1 71 .. .. ,QIJANT11Y. \ RIGHTS. WING Dials' nON", INe .C'DHT.'ta.'' :'i..............................01"..........--' eo.".. -. ._. eo-.-. ".......--.--.eo..-..-''-". r------------I -.---------------I." -
171nr11a.Wl,4tp '
\ hHrdri (! Warren 64'. MritT. }'MACAQONI'ACtirtsF SPAf.Ht fllVMH,. MAtARONIaBE' OR'k4FIN'. vV'BFANS :, ex.--RA.: ':'I EXTRA.. EX.TR :' Ex.--R :

a J M."e. A...,.W..h..ad,Wllllama:" Co. 10 2111Agrlcn 4.58 R7 E"ONOMY IPJ\\1IJ[\ tm 3/1' j,: dxwGREEN:! .t!.STAMPS. dK1 GREEN! ": 'STAMPS M .. I d'x.GREEN.STAMPS_ r ;q 1 I 071: w GREEN, STAMPS :i
,0:'') emlral D) t& Ii.
l ..... "IFlf' Tao PLA OH OA. 202 t5..01. C"N' ..
....W ..ON CIIICREN, 1\lRIOIN.> \ OR ,WL STrAl :: ,u".f Mexican. i .b.TlO ;:'I I ,u71 e0.APauli WHOLB on 71 ttWIPT, 'I, QW NO I 11 OOWOfTH ::
PADS. Chili wBeonsL : Condy.
LEGAL Cut-Up Fryers .., '
't1 I : _.. J'n
SUo. Order Books, ''to 0000TH.LLAPAIL2e' ;1 OOOO Timu. .APRIL. ...20. GOOI T"au." "'. 2* ; 0000 'Hnu.APAI......... '
MEAT D I N N E IS 59 .. _.....
eta.-+:Bradford County Tulle. -. . . ............_"::::_ : ::::.. ... .I"............. .. .. ..--- ..... ..............----.h..M.- ..-.... .... :.,..........--..'-''-'oO--M.---..-"..-...:
IT..I.1 ..- 'iq '!: : EX.TRA.. : EX.TRA. :: :' :

6sKlMOenlxtiuiEBAR 2/4ft' 1:! d'N: _GREEN::! STAMPS.. ;i I I d'xwGREEN:! !''i STAMPS M ;m; I ..GREEN! .STAMPS. !1 I _x.TRA.GREEN:: STAMPS ;:

9SG . . . :rill #U PHO OP S :' #122 LBS "lIa" MOUBKN :' .1 J
% ,e.t1" BIADSlYE' 1 l W 0 BRAND CHOPPED .., 4',-.1 .eve STK Si A SU OVV OK OR PAI.IS '",,1 a'. N11> .OZ CAN DOW Its, a BOXB 1OO DOW :
Beef Steaks
: .'.'.''.. BRO .. .. .. Oven : Hand! Wrap. :
: WID I P .. /99 : OOO..THRU.. .. .APRIL. _., .21.. :::1 -- OOOO va..a.-' 4 1 '000. ",Cleaner.' .1 4.,E.':: OOOO. .THRU.. .. .. .
I -1 .
666 CO'OL. . . .wi>> .I .... .........................................' ...''.'... ............. .. .: .--." .- ". .....-.-. ->:...:_


'a: 3 II i ise. C

I IBretton '


fourth inning, with bases loaded I FIRST WITH HURST --t..
Side Park. 8 p. m. VOTE HURST FOR SHERIFF '
Falcon. hit one out of the

I RECREATION NEWS park homer for of the the first season.Grandi Donnle Slam TuesdaY Trlest. West Apr. 39 Side-' Gardenvs Park. ( NEED READY CASH?

Bagwell paced Noegel's with 7:30: Owen vs HeeKe!. 9,p. m. EZERASE TYPEWRITER
PAPER Mlmeo Paper Bond
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3 hits In 4 attempts. \ '
WOMEN'S SOFTBALL. losses. Garden worked Its way Tuesday night,. Apr. 16< Paper, Notebook }'iJll'rll.- Come See Us!
SEASON TO OPEN to the top by downing Owen Owen Joist traveled to Brooker NEW BOOKSAT Bradford! County Telegraph
The 196& Women's Softball Joist,163'Priest; Construction and picked up their first 'I I, +,-
season will open Friday night, 16-2; and then topped Noe- win, outhlttlnar Brooker 13-12 THE LIBRARYADULT 4; 317 trfr: We make loan for

Apr. 26: with a pre-season gel's 12-6 last Thursday. for a 12-9 victory. Walt Ed- any worthwhile purpose
elimination tournament witha' Having played one more mondson was hot with the bat, ; '-1r" .
consolation game. A double- game than Garden Noegelwas getting hits, and Tom Pala FICTION i O
header will be played Friday enjoying a 3-0 record and dlno drove in 5 runs with 2 Confessional Simenon; $25 to $600
and Saturday nights with the the top spot until their loss to home runs. Dewey McKInney The Girl In the Cabin Fletcher -

following schedule: Garden. Noegel's had beaten of Brooker continued to lead ; Margin for Doubt + ; DO YOU IIAVE ,,. .
Friday Conner Insurance Brooker, 14-6; Owen Joist, 8- his team as he stroked 3 base Bougenleh; Hunter's Green I
vs Colonial Florist, 7:30: p. m. 5-; and Trlest. 5-3. Whitney; To Wed a Doctor v -Too many paymentsto
Beg a Gulf vs Kentucky Fried The Oarden-Noegel game, hits.Thursday night Apr. 18, Selfert; Truloiph! Gall- make

Chicken 9. as in the past, still proves to Brooker came up with their! toralth; The Long Shortcut- d< 4
SaturdayLosers of Friday be the favorite of the fans as first win as they hosted. Tries Oarve.; Three Tor McCtee-Me- -Too many bills to

games, 7:30.: Winners of Friday these two teams continually: Construction. Although being Donald. pay'r
games, 9. battle for the league champ outhit 10-6. Brooker took ad- ADULT NONFICTIONA '. -Too many taxe
The Women's League regu- lonshiP. In the first meetingof vantage of 7 Trlest miscues to Pitcher Story -Marlca I -2
lar schedule will open Mon- the season Garden had the win a close 7-6 victory; and Elnstel; Black Power }L L = coming due

day, May 6. best of It, winning 12-6. Garden Standings: Garden 3-0( Carmichael and Hamilton. i
GARDEN RESTAURANTIN outhit Noegel's 18-12 with Noegel's 3-1 Owen Joist 1-2, YOUNG ADULT Let Us Help With Your Money
TOP STOP Terrell and Jack Haz- Brooker 1-2, Trlest 0-3. Incredible Mysteries and
Kenny 39 Ib. Catfish .
After two weeks of play in en etUnathree hits each. Men's Schedule: Legends of the SeaSnow: ,\ ;; CARUONa Problems

the Men's Softball League. Donald Falcon had only one Thursday Apr.25Brooker King-Coleman. V
arden Restaurant holds the I hit in four trips to the plate I vs Noegel's at Brooker. 8'p. m. JUVENILE FICTION Buddy Brown (left), of>t Sterke'shows. a 39 lb., 0 or. catfish TOWN FINAN CE CO.
Jead with three wins and no but it was a big one In the Garden vs Owen Joist WestBargain Jeanne-Marie' counts her I caught Saturday In the'Oklawaha River. The huge Cat! .
h. Sheep- Francois: Springtime measured 25 Inches around l [ and 39 Inches In length. At right ..226'. N..Temple Phone 964-7449
for JeanneMarieFra.ncolse: : la -:: ': '_.. _0-_ _
Smith "'-:
Manningof Jacksonville, who, accompanied Brownon
Song of the Swallows-Polltl; the 'trip. I
Three Billy Goats Gruff-Asb- .; ;<
Jornsen; Eddie and the Fire .'(. .. ;
Engine Haywood; Gone- I -- _
away Lake-Enright; The Cot-
tage of Ban try Bay Van

Stockum; The Secret River rr 'k>Jl t
Rawllngs: Return of Gone-
Away- Enrtght; Ginger Pye
-Estes: The Cricket in Times "'
Square Selden; The Wizardof hr '' a yotie
Oa-Baum; Doctor Dollttle
and the Green Canary-;lofting -
; Wheel on the Chimney-

Brown: Wee Olllls Leaf; Ztu :4 a Y+"'I 45 ( k' Gip A, tM i hl I 1. T
Madeline and theBad Hat IL

Bemelman; Magical Melons -I
Brink: The King of the Golden L *
RiverRuslt1n; Adopted :
Jane- Daringer; Little Toot
on the Thames Oramatky; w t rtl ,E 1 1 er
Gillespie and the Guards- 1
Elkins; Noel for Jeanne-Marie + 11 6
Francolse; Justin Morgan ? w i.(Ir'n hpn'fyl"a 1, a,, r r ;,Wb' ,
Had a Horse--Henry; Lentll-
Days are McCloskey: Little Leo-Politl;
Plum Pudding for ChristmasKahl

; SamScott.JUVENILE 4
+ '
I br e k r, t
Story of AntsShuttleworth -
; Castles Boardman;
Animals of the Bible-.Lath-
I rop; Hailstones and halibut t ,
Bones O'Neill; An Inherit- yt y 'yd 5

I. here. ance of Poetry Adshead; r
Rhymes and Verses. De La

.. Delaware Mare; The Indians Aztec -- Bleeker Bleeker;;

o Physical Fitness for Young a,
Champions Antonaccl; Apache -
Indians Bleeker; The
First book of the Constitution
-Morris; The Vikings -Horis I ? )lea e' i a + s

.on: The Piece of Fire and
.w Now.. At -your-Buick dealer's' ;. other lander Haitian-Tales; Horseman: -' of-Cotrr
Western Plateaus Bleeker: 'r:9
The Maya: Indians of Central.
GJJMakeJaafWhile Aml'rlcaBleeker; Hero Tales f ; 9 sl I I4j
, from Many Lands+iHazeltime:

... Pets Christie; Our Neigh- : i.a lof y'' 1 '
-waI' -
bors In Australia and New ;
Zealand Caldwell; Amer-
I I ica's Paul Revere Forbes. 5-y :
I I ; ; :
.\ I I :
Biggs May
I j 1 I ,
rn uag d
v Go Home Soon

Police Chief Bobby Biggs, T
who suffered a heart attack r K
April 15, may :be released this
weekend, but only to go home
and take it easy, according tohis :
physician Dr. H H. Adams WHY, 1 I SUPPORT BOB SAUNDERS

"Real weUl," Dr. Adams said A,

the bun shines condition.Wednesday"He's night getting of : Biggs'alongas .1'; ilni' 19( 7 it was a. pleasure: to offer myself as a candidate

well ''be expected,"
as can
for the Florida Senate in District 7.I
L t_ the doctor added. ;V: .
Saturday (will make the

chiefs County 12th day Hospital.In the He Bradford wasadmitted I I ''''I .>..lj; I .did l so'' because I felt that the people of Bradford. .. t' h. ,

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F at 3:40: a.m. Monday, .: "*,,
C Ia April 15 I If "I W' .: r'V: + If Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette, and Levy Counties needed '; ,. '
Elected last September ( .
I Biggs Is serving his first term I II I"t' .. .. ; a t"Ion. \ I. '
I as police chief and also operates I"
R \ .
a paint and body ahop. '
\ I'! ''',' ,'. During that campaign I closely observed four other ... ',1 i a

MADISON STREET \ II., ''d'! ff'5) ; ,..:.o .1 I ''w
BAPTIST CHURCH candidates .running for the seat and concluded that Bob I '.r : ,.
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ulrl ;
Sunday Sunday School, l I '"

:wr 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, 5, 1 .' Saunders was the only other candidate in the race who .5 .t.! I
11 a. m. Youth Choir Practice, ., tr.. j S 1 ,J 'j

Supper 4:30: p.,m.5:45.: Youth Training Fellowship Union, ; understood the,small county problems. I feel he, is best a. i ii .
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ELECTRIC. 6:18.: WMU Prayer Circle, ; ,. .
')'r' i all the counties Jlt l
i qualified to represent of 7th District. O'I st
7:15.: Evening Worship, 1:30.: ., .. ....q t
IRRIGATION Wednesday Prayer MeetIng '
7:30: p. m. Church Choir :: ''I"" -' ftt
He is
leacterw thinker and who
:1,1 : a .
a a man can
DOES IT BEST Practice, 8:30.Thursday: .i... ..... :;. ..,... ( P.J1Hif'H" ; .
and XM "
.. Sunbeams \\ 1
a GA's meet at the church 3:30p. : rt:' "", .t." get results. *dr'tl,. t... '

+z+ Supplying cropland and citrus groves with m. ,. }q{ r ., ; ., I

water is simple with an electric-pumped irrigation :: ,tt ,. J. 'We need 1 Bob Saunders in the ''Florida Senate.' "
t < .'cr. ,; I .' .
system. It's a profit-making production FIRST WITH HURST j. .11/, t. ,,' I .
"t tool. Assures higher-level higher-quality yields.l'Conserves .: '\ *
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? water too.You sprinkle just the amount Of f> The Bradford Cnuatr c..Judp'...". '.KlorlUa.IN Court. '"I'.i.'y r. t I"%t' I. I ..r. .: .,. : ) SincerelyS .
you need where and when needed. Prolmt J\o... ..,-'\ .
In Re: Estate of J.. P. Tarl- '
Electric motors for year-after-year of dependable per ton. 1J* lNOTICU '

formance will give you peace of mind. Can be controlled a All creditor TO ftt CREDITORS the estate of ; : :

: by time-clocks float-switches to make irrigation ewtnatic ns J hereby, P. TARL.TON.notified and.deiMMd r..lr.d are to ; : I '': : Jhn kmpe
{ ; tt -and economical. -, file which any they claim may or haw demands airalnitt .

s,' Sea your equipment dealer vl ..*.._...... ty'. Florldu, In the Coiirthouxn
at Starke Florlila, within alx
calendar publication month of this from notice the Each first !
claim or demand must be In -S :
writing and mu..t state BOB; SAUNDERS
place of residence. and pONt
; FLORIDA POWER a LIGHT COU'ANY' flee add..eu..r the
i and mum be sworn to by the ,
HELFINQ BUILD flOMDA claimant, his agent or his attorney .
I ) or It will become void I
according to law. a

WILSON Administrator Wilson. H H..TARLTON of Tarlton the. Estate of ,STATE' SENATOR MAY 7thT t

J, P. Tarlton deceased.
Eugene P. Shaw
U2 West Call Street
Htarke. Florida. k,. (pd. pol. adv.)'
Attorney for Admlnl..t'.oP3:0'
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Mrs. Brooks Weds Joe Marcy 60 Aircraft Belote Leading Keystone Rotary Flower Show

; .--..- fill/ite* Mr. HorsfallIn ,' Candidate For Hold Keystone Heights NEWS NOTES Hears Talk On At Masonic i

t Keystoner Clay CommissionJoe FlyinAt Little LeagueA By Helen EganEASTERN 'Sick Society'Rev. Hall SaturdayThe
\ By Regina Schtber .
I Please Phone in Your Items' 473-3067 Mrs. Bonnie Mae Brooks, of Marcy, retired Navy man KeystoneApproximately 8-4 victory over the Vol- Donald R. Clawson Garden Club of the
Palatka, and Alexander B. of Green Cove Springs, is unteers Saturday night kept STAR Rector of Grace Episcopal Lakes will present a Flower
Horsfall, of Keystone Heights a candidate for Clay County ) 60() aircraft Belote DrUgs in first place in Delegates and members of Church, Orange Park spoketo Show from 1 to 7 p., m. Sat
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS high for any similar erloe!. were united In marriage at 2 Commissioner District b, In carrying 125 people participated the Keystone Heights Little!. Keystone Heights Chapter the Keystone Heights Rotarians urday tot the Masonic Hall in
c A reminder to club members First Aid officer Charles p. m. Saturday, April 20, In the May 7 primary. In the "Fly-In" of the League. Bret Cole pitched all OES gave a fine report of the and their guests at Keystone Heights;
I that snapshots of trees, for McOlave reported 9 ambulance the Community Church of Marcy, who lives on Route Keystone Aero Club last Sun the way for Belote's. The Vol- Grand Chapter meeting of their meeting last Friday. ;His Mrs. Emery Cooper Is chairman
f the "Most Beautiful Tre| in calls answered.The Keystone Heights. "' 1 In the West Tocol section, day. Size of aircraft ranged unteers used Jimmy Martin April 912. in Tampa. Worthy subject "The Writing on the of this event; and several
Keystone"' competition are to following members were I Arrangements of white'chry'' came to Clay County over 20 from a Mtni-Smith to a Piper and Ricky Hall. Belote's Patron Hector Ownbey rePresented Wall, dealt with today's prOb- workshops have bam heM by
I be submitted forejudging, at nominated and'duly electedto santhemums were used ,Jn decorating years ago when he was stationed Cherokee 6, with planes arriving jumped to an early lead by the chapter and also lems stemming from a drift members In preparation for a
the business meeting Tuesday serve during the year 1968- the church, and In Green Cove with I from St. Augustine, Jacksonville getting four runs in the 3rd. served as Sentinel at the toward a sick society The good show.
May 14, at :2 p id in the Municipal 69: white satin bows marked the the U. S. Navy. He retired Mayport Orlando. One was a home run by David I Grand Chapter sessions. solution to alter this trend was The public' Is cordltlly invited -
.I building President, W H. Redfearn pews. from the Navy In 1950 as a Clearwater Leesburg. and Thacker. The Volunteers Following thereports, the effectively presented near the to attend.
There >Is time to get a few Jr; Chief, E. T. Bennett: Assistant The ceremony was performed Chief Petty Officer and Is High Springs. scored one in the 4th and Be- chapter honored Past Matrons end of his talk.E. -
more snaps before due date. Chief, P. H. Bradley; by Rev. Donald .:.Harris) a now In the hog ranching busi Five guests arrived "first lotes came back with a single 'I and Patrons, and! visiting D. Macall. County Agentof she was so very in.
ST. WILLIAMS NEWS' Vice President, J. R. Beeler: U. S. Navy chaplain i of;pak ness class" from St. Augustine by run in the 5th. The Volunteers 'I chapter members, in a colorful Clay County, will speak at On Friday evening, with the
There will be two morning Secretary. C. H. Haberstroh: land, Calif., and nephew of He Is a Mason, Shrtnen and parachute. In addition to |the scored three runs In the last courtesy. The social hour the club meeting on Friday. help of her mother; Gall plan-
masses at St. William's every Treasurer, George Massa: the groom. He was assisted by president of the Enlisted Retired plane arrivals, approximately inning and left the winning and refreshments were hosted April 26. Rotarian Jennings surpriseparty;.8s she
t Sunday, at 7:30: and 9 a. m. Captains, A. P. Tyre and the, pastor of the church Rev. Military Association of 100 guests arrived by automobile run on base unable 'to score. by Mrs. Anna James, and Murrhee will Introduce Mr. returned a home that afternoon.
.. Bingo games' will start at Ronald Andrews; Lieutenants, Leon Milner. Clay 'County. He and his wife to watch the fun. In the other game of the Mrs. Nettle Stitchberry. The Macall. is doing nicely, but will
; 7:45: this Friday only, April C. J. McOlave and T. Tomlinson A program of nuptial music have six children one son Highlight of the day' was a double header, a much improved next chapter meeting will beheld She require the cast
2 2e:Chi following Fridays game ; Chief'Efiineer. W. M. was provided by Mrs. George and five daughters. demonstration of acrobaticsby Scales team threatened on May 7.HOMEMAKERS. probably Injured leg most of the on
I will start at usual ,time of Beam: 1st'-A*:Qtflcer. E. R. Canova, organist, and Mrs. In announcing, his candidacy Col. Brio H. Moser and,,his Cunningham's' Gulf The CLUB two couples visited of her She Is able. to
2 7:30.: Fox .- Robert Hen dry, soloist. Marcy said, "Nothing !son, both acrobatics Instructors game was a tie at 2-2 until the The regular monthly meet northeast Florida points summer, get
crutches, In
AN APPEALTwo The following committees The bride was given In marriage great was achieved without .from St. Augustine's 5th inning when Cunning ing was held at the Clay Electric Interest, then made a trip around on a
pints of blood are urgently were appointed to serve on the by her brother, David enthusiasm. In my own hum- Fairchild Field. Swimming and ham's scored four.runs. Larry meeting roon of April 17. down the East Coast to Key wheel chair, and In enjoys her
for chats.
'heeded' to repay blood annual Fund Drive: Enve- Patterson. ble way, I believe I can work boating were enjoyed by a Turkriett hit a home run with preceded by the weekly class West, and back by way of the friends dropping
t used for an elderly patient in lopes, Donaldson and Tomlln Richard Harris, nephew of toward uniting bur local talents group at the home of Mr. and two(on base. Kent Morgan also on weight control through nutrition West Coast. On Sunday, Miss For the' surprise orchid party. Gall
'" Hillcrest recently. Call Mrs. son; SUckers Fox; Money, the groom, served as best man, and the desires of the Mrs. Wally Fordyce." had a home run for Cun as given by Mrs. Mar- Jane Driscoll entertained her wore 'a' lovely her corsage.
1 Lena Clemens 3-4927 for par. I I Sunderland and Haberstroh; and ushers were E. T. Martin local people, with the view In The Spot Landing Contest ningham's. Scales used Tammy garet Nelson, County Agent. Barents and their guests for given to her Bert by grandmother
i ticulars. Receipts, Haberstroh; Stuff Myron Prevatt Sr.. Col. David mind of moving/ Clay County was won by Mrs. K. Riley fly- smart and. Bobby Orayson Hostesses for the social' dinner at Alachua ,County Mrs. Chrlstoffers
1 VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. Ing, Beam; Letter, Bennett: :/Nelson, and Charles Deitrich. ahead. and building a greater Ing a Piper Cherokee 6 from for pitchers. Kent Morgan hour were Mrs. Esther Krueger School Camp on Crystal Lake. ter;:; .
i The monthly business meetIng Dance [appointment postponed Mrs. Eva Sllberman. matronof and better community for al Jacksonville, while the Bombing pitched for Cunningham's! and Mrs. A. E. Rath r. Mrs.: Ethel Weyman and EZERASE TYPEWRITER'
]I: of the Department was until May meeting.] honor, wore a peach colored concerned. Given a chance 1 :, Trophy was taken home Tod Brannon and Bit Brown The weight control clas Arthur Coombs enjoyed a PAPER Mimeo Paper, Bond
{1: held Tuesday, April 9. Seven Mayor Ray Starnes addressed sheath ballet length, with would greatly appreciate the by -Eric: Moser in a J-3 Cub. scored the Scales runs. will continue the weekly meeting weekend trip to Pensacola Paper, Notebook Fillers. .:
teen members attended. the meeting and expressed overlay of white lace, and a opportunity to work for you Trophies were presented by Next game Saturday, April at 10 a. m. each, Wednes- where they visited Mrs. Wey- Bradford County Telegraph.
r- Chief Bennett reported 2D appreciation for the effortsof tulle headpiece.The as your public servant. Mayor Ray Starnes of Key- 27' at 4 p. m. in City Park. day for the next four weeks man's grandson, Lt. Lowry
9 fire alarms during March the department. bride wore a floor stone Heights. COMMUNITY CHURCH Hughes at Marine Officers A classified ad Jn I the Tell.,
This: appears to be a record Richard J. Ooetzman was length; pale turquoise crepe rvvvvv'vnyt1 ''Vtvvtvvy.MELROSE. The Keystone Aero Club'snext Choir members of the Community School. graph brings, result
.-. II sheath, with matching fun outing is to be a "Fly- Duplicate :Bridge Club were: Church were honored Mr and Mrs. Join Oilllsrspent '
t; length lace redlngote. The Out" to ,New Smyrna Beachon Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mrs. tuests at the bi-monthly the Easter holidays with
i panel back was held by fiat April 28. Anyone interestedIn Ray Starnes, 1st place; Mrs. Family Dinner on April 24 their married children In,thel SCHEDULEOF
crepe bows at the shoulders. flying may contact Bob Roland Bryan and Mrs. J. P. The final general meeting of native state. Boston Mass. SERVICES
4v .. Her headpiece was of match- By Joyce Row Firth 984-8459. or any mem- Vose, 2nd place; Mrs. Robert the Church Women, before the Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ILa- ..
ing turquoise veiling. ,aAAAAAAAAAAA AAA Aa. ber of the club. Clare and Mrs. S. P. Saahoff. summer recess, will be held at Coste spent Easter weekend. PARKof
1 A reception was held In the Mrs. John A. :Ross Is spend 3rd place; and Mrs. F, T. 7:30: ( p. m. on May 6 In the with Mr. and Mrs. Richardson I
$ educational building of the ing a couple of months with on Lake Santa Fe. Hogue and !Mrs. Phil Kromer educational building. New In Mount Dora. the

church, where a white arched her son in Murpheesboro, Mike Steuart celebrated his 4th. place. members will be honored at Recent guests of the Louis PALMSSUNDAYS
1 I ,. trellis was entwined with Ivy Tenn. fifth birthday last week. WOMAN'S CLUBDr. this time. Kyles were Mr. and Mrs. Allen :
...>;,; and white and yellow daisy A memorial fund has been J. O. Dann has been sick: In Mama V. Brady, pro- The Trustees Board will of Syracuse N. Y, who are
t arrangements. I set up In honor of John A. bed for about two weeks.'We fessor at the U. of Fla. was meet on April 3 at 7:30.: rv>nding a spring holiday In
at the regular The Weekly I 1 t :00 : The bride's table was cover- Ross, who passed away re- hope he gets well soon. guest speaker Prayer.Servlces Florida.
: ed with a white organdy cloth, cently. Anyone who wishes to Sgt. and Mrs. Pat Ollsson semi-monthly meeting of the formerly held at the William SURPRISE HOMECOMING TmmSDAYS
ii and was centered with a four- contribute to the fund should and daughter, Melanie spent Melrose Woman's Club. She Walz home, will now be held From her hospital" bed Gall 7:30 P.M.
: :. tiered weeding:! cake. Punch send their contributions to Easter visiting; Mrs. Gllsson's spoke on the status; of women at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chrlstoffers, daughter of the FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
tables were covered with white the Melrose Methodist Church and and urged all women to take a McEachern every Thursday
aunt and uncle. Mr. late Dr. Donald Chrlstoffers. TEACHING
l Drive in and Bank v. organdy cloths over yellow. and designate that it is to go B. E. Xelley Sr Mrs.1 more active role in all phasesof niaht. planned a "surprise homecom

Mrs. Jonah Patterson greeted to the John Ross Memorial Mr. md Mrs. Frank Coburn life. PERSONALSDr. ing" for the score of well All Services Held In The
.t' guests at the door and Introduced Fund. and family, who recently moved She was introduced by the and Mrs. A. C. Holt left wishers, f rle.'ds.; and neighbors New Bible Center

With Speed and Ease! them to the receiving -. Rev. A. F. Eggteston has Improved to :Homestead, spent last program chairman, Mrs. Phil Easter Sunday accompaniedby who were !so' kind to her while
line composed of the wedding enough that he was weekend here. Kromer. Mrs. A. J. Wlther-I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bridges,
party and relatives 01 able to leave the hospital andis Mr. and Mrs Harold Coff- spoon presided. enroute to Montreal. N. C.,
a the bride. of Jacksonville spent last Hostesses included Mrs. W the Holt's summer home. Rev.,
I staying with his daughter. man To All Clay Voters
: Save time and trouble by taking The bride Is employed by He is able to be up and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. O. Preston Mrs. R. F Simmons I David Holt son of Dr. and Mrs County .
f Hudson Paper Company, of around. W. H. Allen. and Mrs. E. R. Sim Holt and his family welcomedthe
advantage of our drive-in banking Palatka. Mr. Horsfall Is on Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reed ol mons. folks on arrival In Mon
: ;; the faculty of St. John's River Ouests at the home o; Jacksonville spent last week Several guests were present,I treat The Bridges enloyed a Cast ,your ballot for the man who can
servlde. Jut drive in and lefour"" and lIla.,R. M. Cason last
; Junior "College. They will reside with Mr.1 and Mrs. V. Y. Craw- BROWNIES short visit there and then left I
week Included their ,best !
son, RalphJ.
: friendly, courteous tellers serve you In Keystone.Out Cason and his daughter, Last Tuesday the Melrose I to visit several points In North you
:: of town guests included Diana Jane, of Palatka, and ley.Many Melrose residents attended Brownie Troop toured the and South Carolina before *. EXPERIENCED *. QUALIFIED *. CAPABLEI
i quickly and efficiently. Try It soon.You'll David Patterson of Meadow their daughter, Mrs. Cecil tbe: performances o4"Pygmalion" Federal' Building in Gaines wing on for a few days at
: Bridge, W. Va.; Mrs. Ruth Harris, of Welaka. presented Thurs ville. They visited the Post their summer home at Tox-
be glad you did. Harris, Belmont, Mass.; Rich away, N. C.
the Office and some of the upper
and Friday nights by
!. ard Harris Boston Mass.; and Easter guests at the homeof day am not only ready to continue to serve you
and Senior English Class. The floors. Miss Marilyn Bridges left ni your County Commissioner, but QUALI-
Mr. Mrs. J. O. Dann am
=' Rev. Donald Harris Oakland.
to be All 22 members of the Troop Thursday to loin her
KEYSTONE members of the cast are aunt
STATE BANK Calif. Included her granddaughter, FIED to nerve you. I am honest, honorable and
Mrs. congratulated for their per were present. Mrs. Dexter Stuckey at Stuc-
a': Member Marilyn Bryant and children formance. Between, acts, gifts Adults who were with the key, N. C.. and then on to Join dedicated to Clay County. Always Interested' bi 'the
of Dade
a F.DJ.C. Keystone Height., Fla. elected to membership In the' Mrs. Emma Orover City; and daughter children -, were presented to several of girls included Mrs. J. H. Rltch. friends In Chicago Ill. from betterment and welfare! of Clay County. Always

: "TOOT Friendly Bank In Tear Friendly Department, following approval of Starke; granddaughter the faculty for their help with Mrs. Barbara Smith, Mrs. Bill where they made a Jet flightto willing to cooperate with all County, City and
: Community" of his application. He attended Mrs. Emma Jean Depoe the play. Marlene Odom and Singleton, and Mrs. William Spain for a tour of several State Official. My record both as your' (County
bq all sessions of the re- and children of Gainesville; Greg Huff, who played] the Poppell. weeks. Commissioner. and as a Clay County citizen Is

.3 [Continued on next page] and son and family Mr. and leading parts, were also pre- LIBRARYFor Mr. Bridges and his son- clean. One I can Justly be proud of.
1 sented gifts for their contri- those of who would in-law Hill
you of Birmingham
Earnest Allen and of
Nr G. son Your vote and support an May 7th will be
I. Starke. butions to the play. like to make use of the Library Ala., attended the
greatly appreciated.
ReelectS I The Mr. and Mrs. Carl Herringwere here is some information monthly luncheon of the organization
Young: Adult Class of
the Baptist Church had a hosts Sunday of a party concerning the facilities of which Mr. Bridges
given for members of the cast available. Is president. In
fried Tampa
: chicken cook-out Saturday at their home.DUPLICATE The Library [is open Tues- last Saturday.
L H.
i' i afternoon at the home of "Lanny" LancasterCounty
day through Saturday from Mr.
D. 5AUIMDtR5Seeking Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelley Sr. BRIDGE and Mrs. Charles Wal-
Winners last week at the 2:00: p. m. until 5:00: p. m lenlus were Joined by Mr. and
I Besides fiction and nonfiction Mrs John Ellsaon on, Easter
books there are magazines / Sunday in Gainesville, and Commissioner Dist. 5
: Seeking Re-election Message/ fromKelvin A. Oliver chlldrens books, and all: enjoyed visit with friends ink ,
as Supervisor of Elections of kinds of reference books. Ocala. Inverness, and Bartow.Mr. .) ""STRENGTH AND PROGRESS
To The People of Twice monthly, the 2nd and .
; Clay County: and Mrs. Hugh Heckelof THROUGH
t Clay County, subject to' the Democratic Primary 4th Thursdays, the Santa. Fe White Bear Lake Minn.,I EFFORT AND KNOWLEDGE"pd.
Regional Bookmobile comes to have been guests of Mr. and,: ( pol. adv.)
of May 7, 1968. Thank yon so much for the wonderful response the library at 1:00.: It stayS: Mrs. Houston Driscoll. The
I have received from all over the for 20 minutes. Books not

t s! oj !Saunders! was- appointed Supervisor of County. I truly believe you are ready fora available at the Melrose LIbrary -
often be obtained Vote
f Elections!: by the Governor of Florida In le change in this most important office of from the Bookmobile. May 7th -- Re-elect

.5 November 1966, 'after the dth.I the County Judge. There Is no charge for the
late Mr.' U H:. Wlliton. Saunders state ,
use of the ibrary. Mrs. A. O
.; that he had a legal understanding of the I PROPOSE TO MAKE THAT CHANCE, Spires Is librarian.
j duties of this office from Legislative.. experience WITH HELP. EP'SCOFAL CHURCH
but at the of the BAXLEYSchool
d time of his. appoint TheJDlstrlct meeting
ment he did not have a real understand. I stand for equal justice to everyone; to Episcopal Church Women will

x lag of the Internal procedures of the help anyone who asks for help; and to be be held Wednesday at st.

o r office. After holding three Legislative ever mindful of the fact this Is the office of Mark's Episcopal Church in
0/1 elections In early 1967. and assisting. In l-4- Starke.
the School Trustee Mlllage election also. I the people. Those attending 'from Melrose Board Member Dist. 4 Clay County
will be Mrs A. C. Spires, ,
s ,
In ,
=r 1907 between Oct. I, 1967 and Jan. 31, I I realize our county is growing tremendously Mrs R. P. Hollls Mrs. JohnHutchlnson
1968 '
1 ..." per cent he rave purge Clay of the County Registration the first Roll 100 and we have to grow with it. There is Mrs. Ovid Gano, Clay County is growing rapidly and our school system must con
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Poppell.
o'. as Florida. State Law require He feels ) ho such thing as standing still we are Mrs. Bill Singleton Mrs. Phil tinue to grow accordingly. must:! keep active and aggressive peopleon

that he Is well qualified to do a good job either going forward, or the other way. Parsons, Mrs. Leigh Helton our School Board, who are capable of, handling this most important

for the people of Clay (County tut Supervisor One of the ,most important issues of this and Mrs. Walter Davidson. job. I feel the experience I have gained as your School Board member

i of Elections. growing process is our young people. We The Rev. James Fink, pas from District 4 better qualifies me to serve in this .
Saunders served nix yean an (County UM. first and only owned County Hospital. have a higher rate of juvenile tor of the Melrose' Baptist capacity.
f :: Commissioner from District. 8 delinquency Church win be guest speakerat
from 19-12 Saunders. has had from Having been handicapped
many requests as a child. I know
C than ever before, and this alone is meet- and understand well
to 1948, at which time he was elected to the of grow Bhe regular monthly
Clay County to seek the the
: : the Florida Legislature, serving there office of Representative again, but ing at a tremendous rate. It must be checked ing of the Episcopal Church problems facing the handicapped children today. I have always worked

<4< .. from 1918 to 1964. He was recognized he prefer to remain on his. ranch says at and held within its minimum. After all. I Women. The meeting will be for improved facilities for teaching the handicapped and retarded children

state-wide advancement for his effective work for the Middleburg and be the Supervisor of our children of today are our leaders of Thursday are urged May to attend.evvvtwYVvvvyvyy.2. members. of Clay County, and shall l continue to do so.
: and promotion of education Elections for Clay County. Saunders
\. t for the State of Florida. The Hon. that It Is his desire. and determination says to tomorrow. VyT It has been rumored that I will not be able to serve as an active

.: : Tom Bailey who was then State School provide Clay County with one of the With your help, I intend to make thin!' School Board member in the future, due to recent surgery. This is NOT

; :4 Superintendent several occasions, made the statement on beat' Supervisor of Elections offices In the change. So I earnestly solicit your vote and INDIAN BEACH TRUE, my friends. If It were, I would resign my commission. I do not
that Sam Saunders, In State of Florida. He feels that he has active support. desire to jeopardize our children's education in
:; 2 his opinion, had done as much or any being an Inactive -
more the ability to do f this,
Just and he solicits
4 than any one man Jn the State for the your vote an41 support for re-election. (Lab ...* For f fBy School Board member,I feel this is one of the most important Jobs
4 advancement: of education! "Give A Mlctiaal 0. ChlttyML. in our county government. I will be back the
Due to the excessive. amount of work In Young Man A Chance" 415-2171 on job as your active School
i Saunders. was alp noted statewide for hi. office during this pre-election period ''.V w IA.AAAAaa_ _Aaa.A"".. .. Board member after May 20, 1968.I .
: g.: his ledderaJiip in reorganizing the Florida It will .bf .,.
Impossible for hint to see each
.4 State Prison system, of.'which he was and every voter In the county before the *KELVINA.$ OLIVERYour your Hello tuckered my friends out rolling-re, this is urge you to carefully consider the qualifications of the candidates

j chairman He has been of thin''praised committee'throughout at that 1) time. First. Primary. Therefore, he asks that 'oi 1, porter with news for you. Your seeking the District 4 seat on your School. Board before making any
Clay you accept thin. message OH a personal rolling-reporter started back tonight decision.
County for Introducing and pawing leg- 'vlilt and his earnest. appeal for your vote Candidate for County Judge school at Santa Fe Junior -
i f8latloa that provided Clay County; with and support on May 7. I College ]last Wednesday If you have any questions concerning the schools or my candidacy,

CLAY COUNTYPol. night, and is now enrolled In please feel free to call on me at my home in Middleburg, phone 2825246.
1 (pd. pol. adv.) an English Composition

_IlL IlLc II ( Ad. Paid for by Kelvin A. Oliver) writing course. two Between columns homework for the, (Pol. Adv. Paid for by Leon Baxley)

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THURSDAY. APRIL 2B.: 1DB8 IIftADroKD OOtTNTT nXRORArn.: STARim. ITORIDA Section!_Three page.'Thre* I

April 19, at the home of Co!. shaws. Tuesday, the Hltts Smith and family of Starke.. Voter List Shiner ,Awarded I each Monday and Friday at other social security: Information
KEYSTONE and Mrs. David Nelson came back to stay with us. were Sunday visitors of his the old agricultural building are invited to see Mr.
The guests were members They left this morning mother. 1,000, Grant' ?4y on ,the courthouse!'grounds*, FonUna. at this time.

HILITES of the bride's family and wed- [Thursday] heading home. Mrs. Minnie Quinn and son, Shows Drop At, U. e from 0:30: a. m,
ding party. Rev. and Mrs. Don Norris of Jacksonville Johnny of Rincon, G*. are visiting 4. rR' Persons who:desire to make

Leon. Milner, Mr. and Mrs E. spent Saturday night with my Mr. and Mrs. George Due To Purge J. W. [Bill Shiner of R application for social security RULED LEGAL: PAD,

T. Martin, and Mr. and Mrs. 1 Mother. Wayne. Ellis for a few days. Starke. has been awarded a retirement survivors benefits -. Steno Notebooks Order JBoofctt

V [Prom proceeding. PaaI\\] Myron :Prevail;. I.., Mr-and Mrs. Andy Boswell Mr. and Mrs. Poland and, Bradford County has a totalof 19Ja! -* National Wildlife Federation secure iocial. security account -' etc. Bradford County 'tele*

cent Fire College. Mrs. Anne Poole of Key left,Tuesday morning for some friends of .Jack80nvUle,1' :5,504 registered voters: ,for Fellowship for $1,000 I't numbers or get any I graph. 'UJ--
stone Estates,has taken a,Cottage North' : to the the weekend at Griffin's I
BOY SCOUT NEWS :Carolina; spend spent I the May 7 primary elections, aa a graduate student at the t
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Biographies: Marshall Gal- at Santa,..Fa I.akEl.where, ,summeR;, in the mountains. Lodge enjoying swimming and a,loss of about' 200 from last State University College1 of
she is entertaining: Mr: and ,Th.fty. had a call from some skiing. I year's totals according Supervisor Forestry 'at Syracuse Unlverslty -

lop.Marshall joined Troop 105 Mrs. entries Aaytess! of LOS friend; *?.there last week and Robert and Lisa Mangumwere I I of Elections NeW .. He Is working toward a R'R'I I Re-elect .

on June 4, 1962 and has been Angeles ,:Cal,..:and Mr. ,and they, said the trees are bud- weekend guests of their Flynn. Ph. :p. degree in Forest Man
advancing In rank: steadily Mrs. Peter TAs Vrtes M ''G rummalltOlm ding .out and the flowers are grandparents. Fred and Cor- The drop In registration1 does agement.

He Is now a Life Scout and ; ..arid 1Qur.c ,l1dren.1 I I bloomjng. They will be back Ine Thleman. not necessarily' mean an. actual Shiner, was cited for his -
sown Will be an Eagle. During Mrs I3av: less/ n4) Mrs. De- for.a.,few days in three weeks Beverly and Hugh Fletcher decline In voters' Mrs. Flynn work' Jn studying the needs
this time he has served as Vries are Mrs. Poole's daughters. and Mien be gone until Fall. and baby spent Saturday said! tout la due to a thorough and methods: of educating out- THOMAS, J. '''f

MW.J Lagrassa, daughter of night,with her parents, Ro- purging of "dead wood" from I 1
patrol leader and senior patrol L door recreation specialists. He __.
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leader and Is now a Junior GOLF WEWS err ,anifl Mrs. Owen Bryant mania and English Hilton. the registration books. Is conducting this work In cooperation I .. ,
The President's Trophy was Ja In the Medical And this wraps up another Democrats still outnumber .f.!
assistant 1 i scoutmaster. 0 patient with the U S Forest -
;junior leader training He attended won by, ?ep>Tolles; :On Thursday ,.' Cuiiter, in Gainesville for report on the lives of happy, Republicans\ almost !50 S .to 1 In Service Recreation ;Re.s RI.I I. Y. ER 5 ,'i
:Blllte Danis, Von lle three weeks. Indian Beach-ltes. This week the county; in spite( of efforts : ::10:
camp and has shown great arch tfarri' ,located at the'
with I to: stimulate COP registrations / I:::
ability In the outdoors. Ketch and Zee Tolles attendeda > ,Orq"and Mark Reddish Leeon has come up Otis Melton.an- I art'!: year: 'The totals now stand Oflege in Syracuse John' i.e.'CIoughlITo ...
Ladles about
Invitational at the spent Saturday with their other poem Shiner*is a graduate of ..
RIckY Warren: i small at 8,383; Democrats, 117 Republicans Get Degree ts'a 't ;
Gainesville Golf and Country You recognize a
Ricky )Joined Troop 105 In grandparents, Mr.. and Mrs. may and six Indepen- Virginia Polytechnic Institute,
June ot 1&65! and advanced in 'Club. Voncile Ketch: won D.,:W..Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. portion of it, because it Is dents. and Was'awarded an MSF degree JoHn L. Clough, formerly 61

rarik,and bow Is a First Class of the net prizes. On Sunday, CP. ,Shawver of Alderson W. based upon the first one. So The active Interest of women from the University of Starke.. will receive the mastert'divrnity COUNTY JUDGE'
April 8, thera., will be a "'J'wO; until next week, here's Leeon. 'tIci <>
Scout He:has been patrol Va. !arrived! Tuesday to spend "Otis" In politics is indicated by Florida "of: degree from SOuth-i
leader,of the. 'Panther patrol Ball-Ladles' ,Choice Tournament two!!, weeks with the Carpenters. two the fact that the totals are I !ltd.' western Baptist Theological ur ,
and hag shWn{ he Has the experience at the Club starting at Mr. an:]! Mrs. McArthur of I [part almost equally divided between ng: power of the printed Seminary during the annual .
[if!' takes to be a good 1.30: p m.INDIAN. Fernandlna, were down at His name was Otis friend Melton of male' and female voters. Thereare word." spring commencement. at 'the TUBQUALIFIED

Sdodt.ST. L Uielr.:,",lake place for the week- I And he's a close 2,765 registered males and school on May 10. '

.:ANNE'S NEWS end.Friends mine.I thought I would write 2,739 females qualified. Masons PlanDegree Southwestern, Is owned and :CANDIDATE x
The Splscopal Church Men BfeACH of W A. Wallce The latent figures show 806 operated by the South Baptist

of, the Dlbcese Of Florida will "}', a I win, be pleased to learn that this he poem.Is on mind. Negroes now registered to vote Work Convention and is the largest I .

meet. ) at' Canip Weed May 3. he, has been removed from the While We met one day my at school In Bradford! Cbunty., On Three Dates evangelical seminary in 'The,I ''' << 1 --fl"

4; 5 tot a wotk day. This is to [From PreceediJig Pagej Intensive care unit and is While I was waiting to go up- world More than 11.000 graduates -'', ...... .N -..... .. .. '.
helpC get the camp ready for now In a private room "We all stairs. Rotarians Hear 'Bradford lodge No. 35, Free are now serving on every !i EXPERIENCED .

trte flow of young people who paper, !nd Hording around In wish bUn ,a !8pe! d y recovery( I knew and Accepted Masons ,will continent. '
will' the lake Andbefore very long SFJC PresidentTell ,* FAIR .
attending the many half a flay Sunday and good health ,the answer to ,my confer the Entered Apprentice -
camps :' this summef.: Camp With my puny cousin Nellwho's Ruth and Fbnden-Daughtery was Of Growth Degree on the following dates: SOCIAL SECURITY *

Weed Is the church camp owned [ nearly twice 'as ,big as and children,of Jacksonville, prayers.He helped me all throuffnschool. << Friday April 26, 8 po m.' OFFICE HOURS IMPARTIALpd
ahd''operated by the Episcopal me], I'm bushed. Nell, along were Friday nlehb and.Satur Of. Joseph' Fortfyce presi- Tuesday April 30 8 p. m. '
Church of the .Diocese with his girl friend Donetta day guests of the Lucky 'Lut- Wherever I needed to go. dent of Santa Fe Junior College Friday May 3. 8 p. m. Ralph L. Fbntana.represen- ( poi. a'dv.li's .>
of Florida. It Is located In Horton came to Florida, to gens. Nell Joseph and two nicest described the, growth and The degree work will be tative of the Gainesville Social -:
the person
northwestj/ Florida on.the Gulf'ofL'Memtico'Anyone visit his relatives with ihls friends of Gainesville and He was I happened Just to know. philosophy.01,:education of.the conferred at the Masonic Security\ office is in Staike

from St. parents Red and Ivalee Hltt Danny and Sue Lutgen of Key- That atlll best friends. young institution at the ,Wednesday Temple on West Call St. All ... .. .. .... -
Anne's wishing to go< for this of Boas, Ala. Among those stone were Sunday guests of We And are being together.We luncheon 'taeotlng of,,the Entered Apprentice ;]Fellow- '.
we '
work weekend please contact visiting with the Hltts at our the IjUtgens. In sunshine. Starke Rotary' Club_ : craft, and Master Masons are

A. C. Mlngledorff. home were: Clara Sullivan Mr, and Mrs. Art a. Poland Or even are friends in stormy weather. He praised at"the the. work last donefor special invited,to .be! present j Time ForSOUND .
and education
The Women of the Church daughter
Mary Stegall
and children and Beverly ]Is bard worker, '
have. plans for a possible food and her children from Willls- He really a ,session of, the State. Leg s- MAYOR'S COURT I
Strickland and Mr. and 'Mrs. As anyone can see. ",I
latuzeand said that thf ,fill
booth at the' polls on May 7. ton; Roy and Teenle Cren- John and dependable \ ,
O'Lay visited Mr. And he is Just as "
More details will be announ- shaw and children, and Peggy Impact of the legislation passed Mayor-Carl 'Hurst''' disposed
Mrs. James Bobbins duringthe As anyone could be. been, reaps,d.
has not'yet
ced later.HERE '. and Wayne Hersey of Gainesville ? ot four cases In Starke Mayor's
weekend. Billy spent the We are both quite happy, financingfor
the improved
Due to
AND THERE: ; Wayne and Trudy Bras- other. Court Tuesday.night V!' ,
weekend with Ms parents, and When we are with each Santa. ,Fe will
Mr. and Mrs. William La- well and son. Bob Orennie little Bob- to education : William fit, Ader, Wilful] and ..
and Otis
Bobby Sherry Because you see, me. able to start much sooner
be "
Brntfra- and children of Tor- [who Just moved down from wanton, reckless driving, forfeited -
by Strickland were Sunday Is almost like a brother. the first phase of its permanent -
rlngton, Conn., were recent Wisconsin and Is now a disc on .I bond of $37.00.: "
guests. Otis Is a true Christian. plant, involving all) ex.pencilture. .
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jockey at WPXE In Starke. Friends of John Shaugh- He goes to church every week. ,of around $5 p nil- Jimmy, Lee Copeland; wil- i PROGRESSIVE
Raynor, Mrs LaBrutta Is Mrs. and Hubert and Palma Chitty ? ull and wanton rpcltless drivIng -
will be to hear will pass him. said. I
nessy sorry ,And you never lion. Dr. Fordyce 1 1 .
a' traffic JI.ht.for1'e1ted ,
Raynor's niece. all from Starke. Uncle Red that he Is in 'the V. A. Hospital When he does not speak. The .speaker, was Introduced canning1
A rehearsal dinner was given and Aunt Ivalee spent Sunday ." bond of $50.: I
in Gainesville. He is having He comes and gets me each !by Guy Andrews, a Bradford "'
In honor of Mrs. Bonnie night with us, and Nell; and trouble with.. his foot week. County representative on the Izell Wilson'; wllfull and
Mae Brooks and Alex Horsfall Donette went back' to Gainesville Alachua-Bradford County! wanton reckless driving: driving '
all to
again "So, we want with him. Joint
And takes me places I with a restricted liqenao+ GOVERNMENT
.on the eve of their wedding, to stay with the. Cren-
... I wish him speedy recovery As long as he is around. look I committee. paid a fine of J27.0O and ,$G.GO

and good health In the future My future could never court costs V tf."i' '. 'r! f
also. dim. Library WeekIs James Eldon Purdy, voluntary -
Paul Lee, and Qregorj' There's not much more I can intoxication, forfeited cLndfdate
Your Strandberg were weekend say Observed bond of $37.90. Vote 'for tIe/ : who will represent ALL of the peopfo """

guests of Mrs. Jo Strandberg.Mr. Except for friends he's the NationallyNational
and Mrs. Ralph Peder- in Clay County. ,
Vote and SupportIs son spent the weekend at their And when he gets to Heaven Library Week Is The Board NOTICE Of County' Com-

lake: cottage. I know he'll receive a crown being observed throughout the mlsnlonem Bradford County,I Vote ro'r PItOGRESS in the May Primaries '

AppreciatedWILLIAM! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flllmon and crest.EverylMe nation from April 20 through Florida, will receive .u
and children, spent the week- we know. 27, with emphasis on effortsto bid for the nreotlon of an: '
end with Pete and Joyce Bar- friends. individual AmerIcans Automobile Iniipnctlim BulldlncO' i
Surely needs many encourage .
ton. The Thiemans of Jacksonville books and t. h. opened Mi y '.t"-116. ,at HOMERNEWELL
And I hope sand pray"to God. to read more : :
i were' Saturday night friendship never .become mon familiar with to.OO a. m.. Plan for this bulldna -
That our
be from the
may prncurnd
'' .
supper guests. $1111' their. libraries. '
We glimpsed the James ends.iBAPTlST. Marking Library Week locally office of the Clerk to the Board' DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER-Dist. 1P

J.-H # :Meeks 6f Jacksonville the Art ESchiblt sponsored Of County, Commlo loner.. ---
Is an
: Charles A. Darby
Oscar Prlgens of Georgia, and by the Junior Woman's' Clerk to rtnnnl <
the M. J. Johns family of JI1&Dl jIV'"I Club with all persons In the 4/U ?t t-ad I .
Jacksonville, all down enjoying : : Starke area invited to display ,

the lake. original works of art during .. ..
T. C. Miller was back In the week. .M

Hope Haven in Jacksonville. First Baptist Churoh Rev Mrs. Martha Minx librarian ,

from Tuesday to Thursday last Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sunday in, extending an invitationto AN OPEN LETTER TO ,THE

CANDIDATE FOR week to have more surgery on School 9:45: a. m Wor- the public to visit the library -
his toe but is back In school ship Services 11 a. m. and during this special '

STATESENATORDistrict now. Meanwhile his father 7:30: p. nv Training Union,! :week, said: "During the observance -

Jack dropped a piece of steelon 8:30: p. m. Nursery open for of National. Library
13 Clay, Flagler, Marion & Putnam Counties his toe and ,broke It. I all services. Week it will be well to read al CITIZENS OF CLAY COUNTY

49 BUSINESSMANCrtnm guess he's trying to keep 'up CATHOLIC I. least one book and to spend .
with T. C. Mrs. Ruby pyal of just a few minutes visItingour
a Cottto a 193O-1962 Mining St. William's ChurchSunday .
Gainesville Junior Daughteryof local library, too. Each ,
MATURE LEADERSHIP Lake City and Miss Olivia Mass 9 a. m. WednesdayMass time we do these things we 1 schools of Clay'County.. I have been active in

a Church a Education Larkens of Columbia Texas,! and Novena. 7 p. m. rediscover the wonders the illy
Community Church
.COMMUNITY CHURCH civfc i affairs and work in com
Y PRACTICAL EXPERIENCETo were Sunday guests of the Sunday School, 9:40: a. m. delights, and the bralnstretch-I t .
Millers. I munity r.. _
; )
Structure a Natural R.._rca. Mrs. H. T. Smith and her Morning Worship, 11 a., m. .. 'tz?
sister Mrs. Ruby Wolfe have Nursery at. 11 fo' lock service _

0 IMPARTIAL REPRESENTATIONHard returned from a two week tripto only. ivw. Leon F. Mllner KEYSTONEHEifiHTS In seeking to serve as your County Commissioner .)

Work a Honest Lyons Ga., Macon Ga., and 'at'1r.)" L .
4 'y I'am dedicated to bringing to",)public
Knows Problems: from Experience! Jacksonville visiting relatives, t

ft,P.1.l H*,fcyj, H "Jin. ,Willwim, and taking care of some busi -EPISCOPALSt. 1ma1 office businesslike. procedures that {:will. ,insure
M. Church. Mmln -'
noes.Mr. and Mrs. X. Anne's "
Prayer and Sermon 1st. 3rd, the efficient operation of our /County

and 4th Sunday 9:30: a. m. government, guaranteeing that each tax dollar

Holy Eucharist.and sermon DIRECTORY
\ YOU will dollar's worth
paid bring
by a
Elect 2nd ,Bundfty.9:30 a m., INur-

eryjnopeniforftll0) servlpea..] of service to the County.I .
Dally offices of Morning (*nd

Evening! Prayer, 8 a. m. and 8p RKAITTY: SHOP I

Joe .MARCY' ; ,<14, Rev. William. Jones intend to Increase cooperation between

1 Vicar. KEYSTONEBEAUTY t County and Municipal government I In an ef

LUTHERAN SHOP Dear Citizen fort to make both branches of our local government ;
Divine Worship 11 a. m. Edith JolLD...... Owner .
Sunday. Holy Communion.,2rv Personal & Creative Hair Styl- .f< i more efficient and therefore of more

COUNTY COMMISSIONER. : Sunday. Services held each ing Every Form of Beauty Your County Government is everybody's service to the citizens.
Sunday at St.Anne's Episcopal Culture Tuos.-Sat 9-5; closed I
Church. Richard Meyer. :_ I business and it Is IMPORTANT liusliiessr; '
CLAY COUNTY, DISTRICT 5 minister. I ., I \\til1 strive for greater economic development
On Tuesday, May 7th you will an opportunity :
of County'. and. .
oar pledge my cooperation
O.C.Carnes Nursery to select the peopfa to,lead and direct '
and with all individuals arid
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 7 1968 h Flwy. 100, Florahome 639-U81J your .government for the next four years.

.. ..1'..;J 2 ... < .,o'" : Nursery Stock ,-' .Thousands' groups working. for such development.
of Plant ,* ITrait Tr. to OLiN HOWARD Is a Wnd'iJutfe"' to serVe' i

choose from Shad Trees, Ever
greens .& Landscape Plants in on your County Commission from'' District.: : 3 Finally your vote for me as YOUJl
"Nothing was ever achieved without en-
containers. and brings to you the experience of> .a su cessCOU TY COMMISSIONER on May\ 7. 1968
thusiasm.!' In my own humble way, I believe Camellias & Azaleas
Let Vm Do Your lAitdscapIn] ful businessman. ;I have been a resident of carried.. with i it* my pledge to make"Clay
toward .
I can work uniting our local a
the brier nil 1 Clay County ''for 2(4( years/married to a local l County a better place, ,in' which",YOU may
talents and the desires of local people, USET: CARS
girl and haVe two children: in. the public live and work. :
'" 4f lbbaitreowr a*- ] ,,
with the view in mind of moving' Clay i I
a h tatkutatmm 'tqBqrlJ l lI Hanks Used Cars
ahead and building'a and '
County greater' '
better community for all concerned. Given MHRRITTWILLIAMS TERMS i
a chance, I would greatly appreciate'the ,, 1 Box M

opportunity to' work for yob as your public 3I dfrY. TOO S Mile, 8. Btlrk




! :' -- Supply; Inc.is i i
Paid for Joe '' ) !
(Pol. Adv. by 'Marcy
hM W s.ancU4: : .. (Pol. Adv paid for by OWN a HOWARD, JR.) I,

Fn.i..9ssM mga. ......., GAINESVILLE:, FJA.I .



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ordinating all Extension programs STORY HOUR
ate lunch) then played soft- quite reached the tin building in the case. ; ? i ; Bobby Taylor, assistant AT THE LIBRARY"BE
ball. that Is the rear of the dry. The escapees were Indentl-' / ant county agent and coordinatorof ALL YOU CAN BE.
I x. Winners of activities were: cleaning establishment.! fled by the prlsun as Charles ;4 4-H programs and Mills READ," the slogan for National
I r ,rfwv iFioodfi and Nutritions Demonstrations Cause of the fluid catchingfire Scalf James Wilkes and(1uy a r Martha Sue :McCain, extension Library Week, April 21-

Junior Division: Is unknown, Fire Depart:, ( Lee Renshaw. One. the home economist in charge I 27, 1968 'will be the theme for
Irlta Crawford and Teressa ment officials said. warden said, did not have long' of women's programs and girl's! Story Hour to be held at the

Brewer. ) Another run was made Wednesday ,to. serve. jA 1Y4, ';,, 't 4-H, want our extension secretaries -I Public Library Thursday
Agriculture Demonstrations, afternoon to "":tastBrownlee !: Warden Sinclair said the av; ;r"ry" to know: that we appreciate afternon April 25, from 3:30
Junior Division: Gary Prevatt. to a small frame three Inmates were taken out their interest all the to 4:15: p. m.
T Agriculture Demonstrations' rental house where a kerosene/ Sunday by D. W. Fowler. to year through. You are Important Mrs. Carl Minx will be
Senior Division: Tom Edwards. correct difficulty at the h hr
table caught a + far
Senior Division stove sitting on a to the reputation and.auccase Storyteller.. All children ages
Public Speaking While enroute to
put out by power plant.
Crawford. fire. The fire was of our total organization. 6 through 9 are invited.
: Stanley buckets by the plant they seized Fowler
the occupants Secretaries with the qualities '
Share the Fun Talent Con and tied him..up In'the prison.. CABINETS, Type
the time the Fire stated above write the guarantee FILING#
test, Senior Division: Walter arrived. van, : : "I"'V .' for successful organization. writer-Stando", Desk, Cha......
Prevatt. I Taking Fowler's keya. the -'. County
4 1, Share the Fun Talent Con The blaze: went up one wall Thank' you Mrs. Marlowe. Safes. Bradford.
1 y Nancy being doused 'Inmates went to the' em- Thank you, Mrs. Green. Telecraph. ,
test, Junior Division: before ployees' parking lo't'ai d '''took .,

Lott. off in hJs car.
Award winner at the big 4-H Rally Day last Saturday, ..
April 20.,"wpre' (IrInto$: Crawford; 10; Teresa Brewer, 10; Fires Cause :, -,- 3 Escapees: FIRST METHODIST 'ALMOST" THE PERFECT HOST

HairY Prevatt, 111{ Stanley Crawford, 161; Nancy Jx>tt, 10, and CHURCH STARKE. .
\Vulter'Prevntt, 14. Little DamageCleaning Sunday _' Church' I School:' I ,,--. .
Still At Large i 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship

4-H Rally Day 11:00: a. m.; Snack SUpper toXrtv
({ fluid on the ground 8 p. m.; Evening Wor
back of New Method.\.. Cleaners No word has been receivedon ship 7:30: p. m. .
Seventy-five boys!? and girl" Rally.Day.,Saturday April 20.,,,, on Temple Ave. caxfem fire three State Prison inmates Wednesday 'Prayer' 'Meeting r b e4t III
I spent the ,day at- the fairgrounds \ Contests took up the morn- Tuesday afternoon April 23. who escaped Sunday, April 21, and Bible Study. 7:30 p, -
for the' annual 4-H Ing hours. The 4-H members''I but did no >damage according by overpowering a prison employee ,
to the Fire Department. and taking his car. m.Thursday -'Chancel Choli
The blaze almost, but not Warden DeWitt Sinclair Rehearsal 7:30: p. m..t H rr 1 'tryr

GAINESVILLE said, Wednesday afternoonthat Friday ..Junior Choir Re xk'N r .
there has been no break
hearsal. L'l 1 rf.rcept

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Business DirectoryAUTO FLORIDA TIlEAtR'EShowtimeWeekdays

DRIVE-INj I ; t,;;. r : (County' .Agent George Hugging Is one man
4 who appreciate bin secretaries 1\lrs.
7:00: --'Sunday3:00Saturday : -
SALES MEN'S WEAR OPEN SUNDOWN 1:00 I Faye Marlowe, left, and Mrs.. Anne Green. -.I
with the theme of National
Huffirlns agrees
STAG 'N DRAGS Show Begins at 7 P.M. for one most important factor. .
BRASINGTON Week that "Better SecretariesMean
ADMISSION FRIDAY, SATURDAY :APRIL.:.26, 27-.; Secretaries .OACHES, the household pest "most
CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILI Double Feature ProgramNO. Better Business. "
Stanley Blacker Coats 60Chiforen talked about.
Adults 75e Students < > '
S Arrow Dress Shirts
Fine Selection of Used Can) e Puritan Sweaters Under 12 Free rAl.IWR18IU ..-. Perhaps she should have called for a

Taken On Cadillac Trade l Peters' Jackets FRI. SAT. SUN. MINOOaaVNiiAYEA-[: / ,.." free estimate.. .it wouldn't hove hap
2001 N.W.' 13th Ph. 378-S30 Ladles Sportswear! APRIL, 26,, 27, 28 !1t&Vi1EITFUWNPWCC4[ \ With Your County AgentThis pened.

= 'CRANEIIN1COLPMVIERCFRY, 2 Store .. IS W. l1nlVf'l'8ltyaOlI ; Doubl\? Feature Program DORIS DM I i r t-1Im:

Gainesville Moll RODTAYiDR 'rrSleP1BMIC601:! is National Secretaries tied, if there is a recipe available
1'Authorized Sale &: Service f ranktstotiij -.11AI18AIMITT.: and 1tuda
We k. for baking chayotes -
2201 NC; :Main Ph. 372-4371: GODFREY .'.""'11 .LO.rPHONE ----
MOBILE HOMES Sinatra ARTHUR DAVID sr.EllA.W' "' 'While secretaries all over the are not in, when he or she will
U. .S. are being recognize return. .
Crane ImportsVolvo 964-5745
Bradford County Agriculture
e George T. Huggtois' county
RIO Austin Ilenle; MUSTANG ct o" Agent ,George Huggins want agent and responsible for co
'(C06; E. University. Gainesville* 1- Ip" SOlMADRJ r to present two top secretairetovthe
Inc. I
Mobile Homes
Phone 372-4251 rome Oa"f PAT slx RICAR00'' people' of Bradford and
f'""' surrounding. counties.
Beauty Academy taJne.ville's Discount Mobil t b1 A cool HIN6MIOR1.8AM,. JMrs. Faye Marlow, full .time< )
Homo Bale Lot. .MITHOCOliOKl1
nvtuMsioNVW WTMCOUDN and Sf rs. Anne Green; part
POWELL'S NF.WIOON} PAPKLLA ,. private eye 29:30: tfme,,are responsible for the
Beauty AcademyLearn whoseclients SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY APRIL, pleasant and very efficiently!:
I As law as $100 doW'lll.t820 EXPERIENCE'CAN
of Agricultural !-
378-1346 PresentsSIDNEY kept .offices your
a Profession In Your N.W. 13th COLUMBIA PICTURES '
Extension Service.
Timerun or Part Time I .
( Spare are bothdangerous POITIER A person vie!ting 'a public
219 N.W. 10th -
offlde .forms a quick oplnlo:
I ""'" Office Equipment V .
MOTORS of that office and Its person
and u l"lby'Uie'wa :'he' or she 1 19 BEST SERVE

: ELECTRIC Hancock OfficeEquipment > demandingl- received by .the first person 01,n
the 'scene.: When you ente
Motor Repair Co. 4 your Bradford County Agricultural .
ot Galnettvllle, Inc. I \ Building, Mrs. Mar.
:RepalringRewlndlncNew Smith-Corona Auth. Dealer JAMES CUVElL'S ,+ w lower' C1f' Mrs. Green, In their!, INTERES'TSI"Red" !
and Used ClaryVlctorJ1'otaUtaAdding natural way, make you. know
872.RiUSFarm Machines, Calcu1atonS.u.mssERVICBREN'l'ALII that are welcome. When
8810 N.W. 16th Ph. "T SIR WITH LOVE you
: I you..dIal 964-6554 you heal
and Industrial TECHNICOLOR LFKI. what can be called "a vole

Equipment: 0238 N. }Main Ph. S18- Ml .witha, smile as you are greet (" Cross played major role in the passage of
e4'_wlth a very friendly
I:Santa Fe Tractor 4Har SUN. MON. TUES. "Goodafter.
., SAT., morning or
i FORD PAINT & CLASS_ MAY 3 THRU 7 Db> n." the following agricultural measures:

Farm Tractors &: Implements .. Theme'for Secr tarles Wee
USED EQUIPMENT Liddell Paint & I I Nancy sln.'r.I' .1M 1111.sent! l '-'. ,' --- ; t IB.V"Better Secretaries :Mean
SALES PART SERVICE '!_., QIIII/GIJVAY.f Setter;: Business.." This week'Is< '*" Prohibiting sales tax on seed, feeds and fertilizer in
4488 N.W. 6th :2:"6-2548 Glass Co. PLUSnCMNICOlOKAPARAMOUNI- .. .. 1 J t toVhonor,"*In a'':little 'apecia
way, those' who. we- and you, recent session. : r ,
GARDEN SUPPLIES Gloss-Mirrors Sllfflnc Door- ftlllle' ,Ir IJ; It'lJlJdstM depend,,on so much during thisntlre e

Johnson& Faris, Inc. Tub Furniture Enclosures-Shower TopsWindowsWindowsAwning Doors I ItiIIIDrI t01t1M11aOlf t' 1 ,' JfJ 1r profession,year. highly The' ,secretarial Important Legislation for gasoline tax refunds to farmers. 1

Complete Line of I ,bllslpatlla' and, Ia.fs.a vital role in the<
SEEDSPLANTSInlleCtkldPet I r success. of any business. Funds for purchase of hog cholera serum.
SuppliesFERTILIZERS 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191 t ,U D snEltG : ,VV ryw.: what ara Just a few'
sharacterisUcs of' a good sec'retary Re-organization of State Department of Agriculture.
We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' '? .
SEWING MACHINES ,i4\i ) words
224 N.W. 8th .- rh.i373-0 Well a few powerful.
I.y ttka.initiative I ;; tact judgmenttepenriabiltty ,,I Eradication of the costly!; screwworm.

LADIES WEAR National Sewing # and honesty dft I
A.. scribe qualities she must pOSe Placing the soil conservation program under farmers,
Cherry'sCaheevlUe's Machine Co., Inc. '.,tes. Others would be understanding -
) ,.patience and sell- rather than professional people.
Most Faehto able
rf.iffNew HomeNelco '- 1"r TECNNIi2aLOM. :jorrtrol.secretary. >

Address For dlelDRESSF.s8U1T8COATS Used and Repossessed r "'! 'dR l :.,- +1, A -' has, for an AgriculturalExtension opportunityo Legislation for seed improvements. i F F / a'
MATERNITY WKARACCESSORIES Sales-Repairs All Makes "-" 2' n.u. ( ;; practiceVeach. of these. I .

Ave. 611 \\'. University 378-1338 il M BsoV-JONESlLESHElt: An Extension secretary has nc Legislation for livestock improvement. '. I
Two Stores: University PICTURE .a. w. laUylet routine. In addition
Gainesville Mall F- ,,. ... "*"
:-basic office responsibilities Improved and expanded forestry programs. .
.s iheJs meeting; ; people and tak-

'4 telephone' :\ calls all through ...
SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT Jie"day,'She must be able to State Headquarters Building for the Plant Division of
;a I ell: ''how to take a soil
ample, you,,' where to get insects, the Department of Agriculture in our district in the

REPUBLICAN PARTY liaeaa ''or nematodes identiIboiat amount of $840,000.00.


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,. :MAY\ 7, 1968 *.V 7 .', .. 1 . Legislation designating the University of Florida as
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., the site for a State Veterinary College.
BRADFORD COUNTY i ,I" i > t, ':;::r.: : '.

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: : .. ... Appropriation of $2,944,000.00 in recent special sessionto
I V'V.. Precinct No. ______ "' ::.
improve and expand the services provided the farmer
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'To vote for a person: whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square by the Extension and Experiment Stations throughout

: at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. Florida. .I aC


.,,, 'i ,Charley ''V Keep an Experienced

-- United Stales Senator Commissioner Florida' Public PROPOSED V
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AMENDMENT 1 I E.Johns' Senator Serving Your

(Vote for one) Service Commission Mark\ a cross (X) mark In the'square ;r .
Vote for at the RIGHT For the Amendment: or :
( one)
I I :' Agricultural .
., HERMAN: W. GOLDNKR; .. Against the Amendment. .
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EDWARD .1. GUP.NF.Y Constitu ion to
I Article XII, Section 2 "" REELECT"RED"
I just dawned
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Appointment or election of County ScHool : landlord's fire insurance -

; JUDICIAL; I I.. V Superintendents Proposing an amendment wouldn't cover my
4' r I to Article XII, Section of the? icrsonai belongings In the V

,w Constitution to permit appointment' by partment I rent.My cloth VV _
Justice of the Supreme Court, 1. the school board of the Superintendent ,of ng;' 'jewelrycamera I ,

;,- ?* Croup; 2 'j 1''V' Schools in each school district when provided -. ports equipment phono- c_
r ,. i local law and approved by- vote worth
) 1 .. by 'Veef, et< must be
: (Vote! for_ one) s yJr '\:. I! '( ; 'e.:" :. :." of the electors of the school district; 1500.at least. 'What kind CROSSState

-t. .... 1 ., .c: i. a' .>... that such local law may be repealed by- of insurance should I have

EIAVID: L. McCAIN I I vote of the electors only afterlt'har' been' oVttre'r both' theft and raj

_, r,", : in effect for three yearn.MELLiS !
: .. I 1.:111'\114' I .f' amage7'Carley
S. RUDIN : : E. Johns Senator 7th District \

;.. FOR TIlE AMENDMENT t.. .' .

-:: U ; I : Agancy I (Paid for by Campaign Treasurer of "Red" Cross for Senate)
ACATNST TIlE AMENDMENT 131 $. Walnut St. i I

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