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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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VOLUME EIGHTY-NINE 8TAKKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MAY 9. 1968 NUMBER\ FORTY-SIX

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Woman Faircloth ,


Newcomer Bryan 1 :

Dead In Gets NodIn .



Shooting.Man t z. I CountyBradford Wins Over JohnsIn .

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HeldA t t pJ,a' I v I rr the nod to Attorney County Gen-gave Heavy Voting ;


h. eral Earl Paircloth in his

34-year-old mother of 4I a+ th .,i' ., t r race for the U. S. Senate ,

three. Mrs. Jeanne Rena % -ta9 ', with former Governor Le-

death Ivll, was shot to roy Collin, in Tuesday's Reddish I

early'' Saturday primary; but statewide Bradford ; to 4 ,

morning by a City of 'e: ,k' 'M ray Y ,'.Ifr (Collins h'ad' a slight lead,
Starke radio' ,dispatcher, and the two candidates will Hamilton

according to the Bradford. face a Second Primary run- Boosts ,
Sheriff's Office off on May 28.
Tillman Richard McIntosh,
The vote in Bradford was
45 is being held without bail 2.3B9 for Paircloth and 1,179for Shuford In
in the Bradford:! jail on a first Collins, whose liberal viewson Saunders
degree murder charge. He was
civil rights and other Issues -
arraigned Monday. May 6, before have Bradford County voters
County Judge T. A. disfavor In some brought parts.him into The Bob Saunders, youthful upset predictions and turn- .
Yawn waived a preliminary h a v other two "also rans" In the Gainesville businessman, ed out 75 per cent of their 1
hearing and was certified over : race, Sam Poor a political maintained! ''a narrow lead .J..1 voting: strength Tuesday in
to Circuit Court. pollster and Richard Lafferty Wednesday In the six- a First Primary election t

'i McIntosh,who spent 25 daysin t yr, a Gainesville, electrician and county District 7 State that, up to deadline seem-
the State Hospital at Mac-
phllospher!) received 76 and Senate race and will face ed to create little interest.In .
Benny in late 1966. is scheduled eG ;
j 123 votes respectively in Brad the incumbent J. Emory the unexpectedly heavy
to come before a Circuit Ralph Bryan Wins
S Court grand Jury Monday ford County. (Red) Cross in the May turnout voters gave 'their

May 13.Mrs. Statewide Collins had 401.- 28 Second primary. blessing to:
F Men.._'ivll. who lived at [ 'L 986 Ton the basis of Incomplete On the basis of still incom- -Sheriff P. D. Reddish,
J returnsl Just short of electing him for a sixth term
\ ei2 North Lake St. In Starke. plete returns Saunders had a WhiteheadWins
was shot five times with a .38 the 50 per cent [plus one] count of 9,913 to 9,899 for over challenger Carl Hurst by
caliber pistol as she sat in her that would have given him a Cross and 6,335 for third man a ,vote of 2,518 to 1583. l
car. outside the B & O Truck First Primary victory: Fair- In the race Edwin Peck of Political newcomer Ralph
cloth polled 371,748 [also Incomplete Gainesville.' Bryan who ousted 7-year
Stop Restaurant about 3:15: BHS To 'Wildcat'Wildcat Big
Saturday morning. Stage ). Bradford County voters gavean Johns County 2,154 Commissioner to 1,741 for Jerome the
McIntosh 'had a pistol The winner of the ColllnaFalrcloth assist to Saunders In a
Dlst. 3 seat.
. wound In the left forearm, apparently bout will meet Re- surprising show of strength>
Broadway come to Bradford -Incumbent Commissioner
County May 16-18 with
self inflicted, accordIng publican Congressman EdwardJ. against his two opponents .The In UnionSheriff
,to Deputy Sheriff Dolph the. staring of the popular musical "Wildcat" by BUS drama. Gurney In the November vote here was 1,540 for Saunders Dave Shuford who fought off
the strong challenge of former
Reddish. Student- General Election.! to 1,188 for Peck and 953
Several told Sheriff (Wllllnm !Sroggln) and deputy <( witnesses
eye of Union the Dlst. 1 bY vote of
'i' County; scored post a
Deputy 'Sheriff Glen Moore arrest or at least, try to arrest, Joe Dynamite (Paul McLeod) In Supreme: Court races absentees. a 2,199 to 1,690.Incumbent.
Saturday night that McIntosh: on phony charge no he'll drill oil fur Wildcat In photo above.A Bradford County heavily fav- This Is the second time the clear.victory over John L. Zedra Hamilton -
fired the .38 caliber revolver cast of over 50 youngster,, under the direction of ored Circuit Judge J. C. Ad- trio 'has competed for the Shadd, m'aking' a second who retained his Dist.
five times at the woman then ,. Richard Jockel will portray the tttory of how a big oil boom kins. Jr., of Gainesville, in the District 7 seat: and last time attempt to defeat the Incumbent 3 seat in a 1,967 to 1.872
turned the six-shot weapon on affect the lives and action of people In a Hleepy Hiinlli- Group 2 race by a handsome Peck was the high man In in Tuesday's pri squeaker over challenger Hazel:
L. himself. Moore said one of 10 western,, town during Ute early. 1000'... 12 to 1. The vote here was Bradford'' County. This time mary.
1 person*.\vft .t.he..t.nJct". atop; ', Adklns 3.087 to 256 for his ..cross! and Peck,! .fired their bUt Whitehead received a total Paulk.School Board. Runoff-- .
?went w., ,MaIn tosh .after" the tflchard- rWIJdoaU'Xutih, Hrsf scoi-ed:': appeared by. .Cy.(Uojeman<:"on: Brie! f 1way ru theJbook In! 1U60.'i Vx/It"N.is,,*,,,', .\Kj-unnlnffmatff' > ,Woodie';si1" .+Lllcs., guna.,afVeawte' other.-. ':*whll' .'Jv-o,1,17&vvated-4deuludln: .. ';f 00 The only county runoff race .t,

shooting took the pistol away. Judge of the Court of Appeals,. Saunders Apparently made hay 'absentees]. ftl ,687 'for Shaxkl, in the Second Primary will
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.li II best remembered for the Look Over"
McIntosh 'was' Arrested 'by !song "Hey .Me sung Lakeland. on the sidelines. Including 36 absentees. pit Dist. 3 School Board in-
Deputy Moore as he stool:! beside fly Lucille Ball who played lead as the tomboyish
Mrs.: Mendlvil'a. car where :\ < Juckfion. statewide victory polling 336,. Bradford Dixie Ollclvrlst Lafayette deputy Joyce L. Dukes was
the shooting took place.As I! I. Lend In the\ Bradford High School presentation ami 008 to Llles' 192,727 on the and Levy Counties.In high with 723 votes comparedto
Deputy Reddish reconstructed '>"I. Wildcat, Kathy, Freed; Joe Dynamite Paul McLeod; Janie balls of incomplete returns. their home county of 551 for Wllford Croft and ; +,
the sequence of <( events. Mrs Mendivil had got- 't, ..If/J./ .' ,'. Performances are. open to the public,, and will be stagedat position in the November General 7,179; Saunders, 5,086; and Dukes and Croft face a runoff -
ten off work from the Oasis # "7 11' ',t" 4' ft If the Bradford High, School Auditorium Curtain time IH 8 Election In the person of Peck. 3.260. in the May 28 primary. (*

Lounge [re+alllngs Corner], I'.. .<' p.m. All tickets are f I. David L. McCain, Appeals In comment Ing on this top Supervisor of Elections Lot- il-ir'i
where she was a bartender ,j .'.' ;: I Continued on Page Four 'position in Tuesday's voting. tie Lee Archer scored a decisIve ,,
and stopped to eat breakfastat victory over Mildred R. "
-: 1II Saunders said, "I have emphasized -
the B & O Truck Stop. Y during the Rivers with a 'total of 1,188 to ,,
McIntosh came to the rest- Jill/tl: a fl1 Clay County Hang-up the vote of the five campaignthat coun- 477 fgr the' loser.
aurant just as Mrs. Mendtvil Tie) figures except sher- '
Kathy Preen), a ties in the distrist other than
was, finishing and the two Alachua :will determine who iff's .race] do .not Include ab- !
tomboy cornea drewl a 8 a ,
talked briefly. They went out- "lady" for a change to a Wilson Files the next State Senator will be. sentees.In .
Protest In Loss I A. N.
side where M'nr. Mendlvil got Mexican fiesta. Mbw Free has 'We are In number one position other county races: lIAWday
into her car. a 1963 Chevrolet the lead In the BUS presentation ,today because of this email District 4 School Board
McIntosh opened the car of "Wildcat." county vote." member Carl O. Blelllng was

and began shootlrwr while Several> counties had not reported defeated by Ray Crawford, 970 ;s
standing outside the car at To Newell By One Vote absentee votes by Wednesday to '869.

the door. afternoon and the results School' Board District 2 Incumbent -
The woman was" shot In the Grand
Jury could change to put Marvin H?. Prltchett
left wrist and right chest Results of the District 1 2,734 to 1.619 for his opponent D. Saunders won another term Cross In the lead but It would,) won re-election by a vote of
upper arm t01'8ann.'and el- Clay County Commission races Robert J. Williams. with 3.5<63 to his opponent. still be a runoff between him 991 to 664 for his opponent ,
bow. She was (dead-on-arrlval To Review were thrown into a tailspin County Judge Thos J Rivera Ray Bradley'A.1.314. and Saunders on May 28. Win. O. Sapp.

at- the Bradford County Hos Wednesday when absentee won a decisive victory over Clay voters approved the The winner will not have to County Commissioner Shelton j
pita votes were counted giving challenger Kelvin A. Oliver bya school amendment by a vote face a Republican opponentfor Arnold of District 1 won
McIntosh who lived at 612 3 MurdersThree challenger Homer Newell an vote of 3.468 to 1,596. of 794 to 753. the office in the General reelection with a total of 974
apparent one-vote victory over Supervisor of Elections S. Election. to 711 for his challenger! Charles Sawyer ,
, West Lafayette, was treated at 12-year veteran incumbent [Continued On Paste Four \
BCH for his arm wound. first degree murder Luther Cooler[ ] 'Wilson The cumbent Arthur Holllday
Funeral services for Mrs. cases will go before a Brad- final count [including absen- against political newcomer
Mendlvtl were held Monday ford grand Jury Monday. May tees! was Wilson 2,440; Newell Covering 44 Employees Charles Sawyer. Holllday led
13, to begin the three-cornered race Tues-
a spring1 term of
May e, from :Hope Cemetery Circuit Court with 33 cases on 2,441.Wilson immediately filed day with 1.769 votes, to 1.091
near Starke. Her three children the docket.It protest charging several irregularities for Sawyer, and 1,013 for third

are Tammy Jeanne is the first time in the in election procedures man W. E. Lawson. i
Mendivil and Michael J. Men- memory of veteran Sheriff P. City Sets Ret irementPlan All above votes Include absentee -
, dlvll, both of Starke, and David D. Reddish that three murder One of the complaints alleged votes which were tallied
'. Hoadley of Cocoa Fla. cases have been on the docketIn by Wilson is that a by 2 p. m. Wednesday.On .
one term. Circuit Judge woman supporter or his Opponent the one amendment on
George L. Patten will presideas in Precinct 10 voted in the ballot Bradford went con.
"WILDCAT"Musical court goes into session at the Democratic Primary although A retirement system for city A man with 10 years service Chamber of Commerce Manager Neil Tucker that the Joint trary to the state vote turning
9.30: a.m. Monday.The registered as a Repub. employees was adopted by the and who made an average of Pete Novak told the city -countyschool system thumbs down on the proposalto
Comedy riot case of State Prison lican. Starke Council Tuesday night 1300 per month. would draw Council Tuesday night. The sidewalk propect )is progesslng! allow appointive School ,
Will Be Presented Inmate Bennie W. Brooks the Supervisor of elections Sam May 7, after minor revisions 430 per month under the new last two passenger trains are satisfactorily on Orange and Superintendents in counties if ''j 1
- : In BUS Auditorium fourth prominent case, is expected Saunders said the woman was requested earlier had been plan. If the same man had 25 scheduled to be taken out of Washington Streets and that approved by a vote of the peo- !
Thura., Fri., Sat. to 'be, first to be tried accidentally given a Demo made. years of service- he would draw service on May 31, Novak said by next week right-of-way ple of Bradford voted 1,113 to
May '16 17 18 Tuesday May 14. Brooks' 1965 cratic I. D. slip when she Funds for operation of the $75. unless action Is taken through easements should be securedfor 1.664 against the amendment I
,
conviction for rioting was came to the polls to vote. system to cost the city >17/r The benefits Increase aa the ithe ICC. the Colley Road walk. which was approved in state-
At 8:00 P.M.
;.- overthrown by the U. S. Supreme Jones Is WinnerIn 428 the first year have been salary goes up. A man with an The train company contends -Alreed. on a recommend- wide balloting. "-
, Admission $1.00 Court and he is sched- Keystone Heights Justice budgeted but it will probablybe average salary of $400 per It is losing over $2,000 per day ation of the Fire Committee, In his 6th term bid. Sheriff r
Cast of 40 Students uled to be retried. .*:" of Peace District 4, E. L. September when the new month and 25 years service on passenger service. Novak to stop city fire trucks at the Reddish' carried all but three (
Directed By Two other 'prison Inmates. [Leonard] Jones won out with fiscal year begins, that the (would draw $120, for Instance. also said that railroad. employees corporate limits except inCases ofthe county's 17 precincts.
Richard Jockel Wayne Fulk, 24, and Elwood 314 votes to 285 for his run- plan will go into effect. It In other action the Council who declined to be where a life is in dan- Hurst'strongholds were No. 11
Lamar Albright, 29, are nlngmate. Cot Oraham F. was promulgated by Gabriel : Identified have told him there 'ger, The city will also continueto [Hampton. ]1,13B [Graham and
Attend The charged with first degree murder Hutchison of Lake Geneva. Boeder Smith and Company. -Agreed to provide labor. to have also been cutbacks in honor reciprocal agreements 15A [Brooker] At the end of
Starke Shrine Club in the March 11 strangulation Jones a former State Trooper City firemen and policemen erect a fence around the pond freight service available to with other towns and the his new, term starting In Jan-
Chicken SupperMay of a third inmate, Henry is currently serving as Clay are already covered under a in east Starke where a small) .Starke. Florida Forest Service. Councilman uary, Sheriff Reddish will
Hull 28. |I.] County Director of Civil Defense state retirement plan and the child recently' drowned If the Promised' a resident that Jimmy McRae still opposed have completed 24 years in the
18 5:30 7:30: 'Mrs. Sue Witcher Thomas and also operates an city receives money from the <240 petitioners and other citizens something will be done about the ruling as he had be- office longer than other Bradford ,
Starke Elementary 30, of Lawtey is charged with outboard motor shop on Highway state for it. Therefore those can raise funds, perhaps the many dogs roaming city fore. Sheriff has served.

Cafeteria first degree murder in the 21 north of Keystone.In two groups will participate In as much as 1,200, to purchase streets.Told Wrote off the books several Reddish will also set a new
I Door Prizes March 14 death of her hue- other Clay County races: the city's plan only insofaras ithe wire. Councilman Jimmy Councilman P. T. uncollectable personal record for continuous servicein
- $1.25 band. C. W Thomas. The at- Olin S. Howard. Jr. won the monies they contribute are McRae, safety committee Nolan who asked why the city property.tax bills. county office a total of
tractive 30-year-old mother of County Commission Dist 3 deposited in the same city chairman said the city cannot does not have an emergency' 34 years at the expiration of
This. Space Contributed two has been held without ball seat by a 100-vote margin of fund. The firemen and police- erect ,the fence on private book-up with Florida Power $SOO Agreed-a mechanical to purchase for his new term, in 1973. He ser- J
in ,the Bradford County Jail 2,452 over his opponent Ernest men also draw slightly more but the tamperthe
" It. Weekly to Publicize property, sail pond and Light that the service Utility Department has ved ten years as a County J
"' since her husband was shot. Hatcher's 2352. benefits than the city's new Is a danger to children: too j
'would be FPL
.' fir, Community Event by expensive. been renting.: $100 in rent will Commissioner before startinghis
A' Clt of Starke Police Department Incumbent L. H. [Lannyl plan.
.\ v .. Agreed to submit a resolu- wanted $100 per day for a be allowed on the purchase first term as sheriff.A .
The Community .'' radio dispatcher Lancaster of Commission! Dlst.S Under the
new plan which tion to the Interstate Commerce hook up when approached price. total of 4. 101 votes were
Tillman Richard McIntosh 45. won a first primary victory will benefit the 44 '
1 4. 4; State Bank city's general Commission protesting previously! Chairman Oils Okayed a bond trustee cast In the Sheriffs race always -
of Starke, Js with first
charged with
2.507 over his opponents. employees a man will the discontinuance of Wiggins reported
Account now (tnmnrcdop degree murder In the Saturday Joe Marcy. 1,391; and CharlesE. contribute three per cent of train service to peeen'tier Starke. Decided recommendation that city linemen the high-polling attraction
to $15,000 by May 4. staying) of Mrs. Jeanne on Councilman attend a training: school on the ticket.
Todd, 757.Incumbent. his salary to the plan. Any Two trains to
going the west Nolln's
suggestion to hold an with tuition and books
Rena Mendivil, 34, of Starke paid Election officials were highly -
Federal Deposit.Iiem1 School Board:! employee will be able to retireat
coast were taken out of service evaluation and planning meeting the
by city. The men will train
bartender at the Oasis pleased with the turnout
ftnrn. a Dlst. 4 member Leon A. Bax- age 60 if he has 10
ant! :years a month ago by the Sea- at some future date. on their own time.
Continued I on Page Four] ley won reelection by a vote of of credited service. board Coastline Railroad Co:
-Was told by Councilman Continued on Page Four] JJ



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I Jim Lewis, CTSM,''who la In 'Merle Grider of Fernandlna Mr. and Mrs. J. O Stalnaker Miss Janet Hardy, daughterof of Chattahoochee will be the

his 14th month of a two year Beach is vlsltlg his parents,i I I of Brunswick Oa. were Wed- Mr. and Mrs J. E. Hardy, The First Methodist Church setting for the August. 10 wedding
assignment. In Bremerhaven, Mr. and (Mrs RH.. Grider nesday of last week visitors of was recently Initiated into the .
Germany, surprised his par- this, week. Mr. and Mrs J. O Jackson. 93rd chapter of Delta Gamine
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James LewIs Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin Mrs. Merritt Williams and fraternity, which received Its
with a telephone call Satur- and son of NAS, Glynco, Ga. '
Mr. and:! Mrs Lin ton TaylorJr. charter on February 17 at the WORLD'S
day morning.; They received Were weekend guests of :Mr.
and daughter of Jackson- University of Georgia.
the call at 7 a.m., which .
was and Mrs. Marvin Lawson.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wynn
vUle visiting Mr./ and SMALLEST
were! .
t GLADYS MOOTY 12 noon in Germany. and Mrs Arthur Cos tan ,.
Miss Sheila Wyr, Mrs Eddie .
Mrs. P. A. Parrlsh: IQ Atlanta ... .
*" Mrs. E. M Dav1.was in and children of Charlottesvillo c }. "
t.,?,...' Phone 964-7GOS Archer over the weekend vdslt- Va. were Saturday to Monday Oa last. Wednesday to. Sunday., AKrfcJg-a (and son; Shawn* -014 I, ELECTRIC
Miss Marie Blankensfiip wuiaweekend
PFC Barry Smith pf Fort ))1't"
Ing her sisters, (Mrs. p. E. visitors of their oninlaw and ;
1 Jimmy Thornton of Khigslcy' Mrs E. C. Dukes Is spendIng Stone and y Lake had weekend to In the weekend. ard W. Wynn who is attendingNCO
J as a guest Wednesday Sunday Her granddaughter, Beth
w Kopelousos, and attended the l
:Bt Becky "Moore, U. S. Navy Boston, (Mass.with her son Mixon was visiting her sister, Mrs Florence Conner of Academy at Fort.- Bcn- MACHINE ;
christening' of thir granddaughter .
I. Charleston, S. C. and daughter-in-law Mr. and nlng, Ga.Bradford .
.; ursa Corps Miss Dorothy Mixon, in Galnes- Elizabeth Kopelousos, at Starke and Michael Wieschp-
'.. Mr. anJrDir1.e the Greek Orthodox Church In lek of Green Cove Springs i ZlHibuvx Mitt
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Ie") mown were visiting Mr. and' new baby son.'d iff,' r fvl .' Vergle Flynn of Starke Jacksonville on Saturday. have ,been admitted to the Fair (
;;;\ Mr. Larry: M Stoner In Ocala Mrs. Fred .Graudorv bas' antf her brother and slster-in- I Starke Nursing Home. ,."* "it t" .. '
\ Mr and Mrs. Bernard Sullivan Wins Honor 4 4Mw .
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't.over the (weekend. joined the Public;Ubpary ,,)Il&.W' ,':M,.''and Mrs. W. E. Cooper and daughter of Luvem Local admittances! to Bradford /' -J' .' 1Y7'S
s d Mrs Joe Cissy, lira Francis replacing Mrs. Lola Clark who of Mobile, Ala., returned Ala of County Hospital this In CompetitionThe "J -,10 :
weekend guest
: Meng, Mrs Richard Richards has resigned. week from month's were !f.< I. ., -.I.
; I last a week include: Paul Robert. : .;
Outlaw.Mrs. .
y fcllet and Stefanelll attended Miss Jean \ of Talla- Mr. and Mrs. Lavern I. ,
\ 4 Mrs. Henry SMundy ;sight-seeing trip to California. Wheeler Wayne Crews, Mrs. Bradford; County Fair I' '
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Ann of Jack ;
Bartley : ;
I\oj\ 4 a convention of the St. hassee will\ spend Mother'sDay 'White there they visited Mr. sonville and Mrs. Cecil Price W. S Slade. Mrs. Ann Dur- received First Place (Blue Rib- '.,"'*'. .:" l
)rn, Augustine Dloscean Council of weekend with her mother, and Mrs. Reed Feast in Fair rance, Mrs Archie Lee Hol- bon] for Class I Fairs In judg-
I\\,e Catholic' Women Tuesday and Mrs. W. B. Mundy.Mrs. Oaks, Calif. of Quincy were Tuesday visit- lingsworth. Mrs Sadie S. Lott.! ing for outdoor display material Karen'Eubanks
Wednesday of last week at the John Greene and son, Mr and Mrs. Ronald Dowl- ors of Mrs. R. A Newsom. David Gunter, 'Mrs. MJldred advertising the annual
t : Sheraton Hotel In Jacksonville\ Curt, visited her parents Mr. Ing of Memphis, Tenn. were Mrs. Fannie Wood and Mrs. Lawson, Julian McrRae, Mrs ;Bradford County Fair, end To Wed pavid"qng.,
rtt: : Father Edward Kirby and and Mrs. H. L. Chancey, in, visitIng Mr. and Mrs J. L. Mae Jones of Jacksonvillewere !
da: Marie L. Bradley, W .M. Ad-'I' 2nd Place [Red Ribbon] for, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J.. Eu- n
weekend. visiting Mrs. W. E. Mid-
i Father Joseph Fltzglbbon attended Monticello over the .
on Monday.Mrs. 'ca.tecorws'Cataloa"
Gentry kinson and Charles L.'Htluard.all Class I Fairs In two banks, of Chattahoocheo,. an- [
:.:. ( the banquet Wednesday Kay Turner celebrated her i Jimmy Newman ,and dleton on Saturday .LII-\U'al Premium :Book and "
and
of Starke; Mrs 'the of
: night to hear the new Bishop, 14th birthday Saturday night son of Wildwood are \spending who has Just! completed one nounce engagement
?I.Rev.\'!! Paul Tanner, as guest with a hamburger fry at her two weeks with her parents, year's duty In Vietnam spent Van Zandt of Keystone Photographs all fairs-represented in competition at their daughter'' Karen' to J>avld
with :
C. 'son of Col. and
Heights. Long IMrs.
speaker. Mrs. Cissy served as home. Eight friends were in- Mr. and Mrs. 'Roy demons, and the weekend with his aunt of '
Ei!; a ''member of the Resolutions vited. with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Norman Mrs. C. D Williams. Mrs Wil- Dural Ragsdale.of Florida the Florida Federation Thomas' T. Long' of Starke: .
: ;:i Committee for the convention. Mr and Mrs. A. M. Thomas at Kingsley Lake while liams returned to Eau Gallic Southern College Is home .until Fairs'/ ./and Livestock: Shows :Mlm 'Eubanha \Is a graduateof INDESCRIbABLE Unitrex M3
ft!} Miss Bobble Sue Barksdale of Palmetto were weekend Mr. Newman: Is attending Na with Steve on Wednesday to June 1 when he will return :17th annual} short cpurse at ChJpola Junior College'nd THE. ,

mj::' of FSU:was home from Saturday /guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. tional Guard summer training visit Mr. and Mrs. Bill .Clark for the summer session. the Unlveisity! 'of Florida. May Florida State ,University.: She Compare these outstanding features! Large capacitylists
yu;, .to Tuesday Dukes.Mr. at Camp Blanding. for several weeks. Mrs. Donald W. I Qi ton 5,ft and 7th. Is employed. t>y the Florida Industrial 1O-totals 11. Credit balance, fast ((180
>Msr'i'< and Mrs. R. L>. Kitchens '(:Mr. and Mrs Harold Boykinand Friends of Ben Moxley wregret and daughter ,of'Nortolk'va) : 'I ,,Class.! :I Fairs are those ;with Comrnidslon' in Talla.. cycles/mln.), standard roomy keyboard tiht. even
: of 803 W. Cypress Street, have and Mrs. Katie Lee severalweeks annual {attendance pf up to hassee. no larger telephone w ghs just
sons arrive Monday spent rabar
the sudden ,well
to hear of lbg roll enclosed for
::ti1i SERVICE SCHEDULE! purchased the T. C. Chastain Gentry of Sumter, S. C. were death of his father BenjaminLee with, her parents Mr; 80,000'persons.Bradford ,ilr Long completed his active S'/j placed' handsome carrying paper case Included. A
tjht!t -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH, home at 1020 E. Call St. and weekend guests of Mr. and Moxley Sr. of Midvllle. and Mrs. F W. Strickland. County Fair man- military service in 1966 and true sensational portability,' quality.built portable machine for years of
!.Y'f'! Stark moved In over the weekend. Mrs.' J. L. Gentry.Mr. Ga. who died of a heart attack Mrs. Walla J.i8lley and Mrs. ager Pete Novak is a memberof will graduate from Florida trouble'fr.a service. TERMS AVAILABLE''
Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. The Chastslns are renting the and !Mrs. Jimmy Cash Saturday night. Attending the Foster Shi Smith ''visited 'Mr. the Florida Federation State University) In June witha
;,.%.1 i Thursday Mass 6:30: p. m Crowson home at 507 W. Mad_ and daughter. Adrienne, of funeral Monday afternoon in and Mrs. Carl Wright In 0.1J1"esvllie Board of Directors. He :received degree in Business Admini Bradford County Telegraph:

IDl i Miraculous. Medal Novena son. Orlando were visiting :Mrs. Mldvtlle with Mr. and Mrs. on Sunday afternoon. the awards In behalf .of, .the.
;::11. :, Saturday, 7 p. m. Mrs. V. J. Spongier, Mrs.J. Cash's parents, Sen. and Mrs Moxley were Mrs. Randal Miss Margie Dowllng. who Bradford County ;Fair.] ,
1 C. Dukes- and, Mrs. John Johns over the week- r. A -
Confessions: S p. m. and Charley and works for the telephone com-
... u m.8T..WILLIAM'S. M. Spengler spent the-weekend end. ChItty son. Randy. pany In Palatka, ,visited her ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL,. EEnV
; CHURCH at 'Charleston C.with, John Mrs. H. H. Adams returned Mrs. Morgan Rlcharde spent mother, Mrs. W. E. Dowling CHURCH STARKE vARpN
-fKeystone Mrs. John from ten days' visit last Friday night and Satur-
Monday
Heights. Spongier Spengler .
and Thursday
on Wednesday Service .acl edule: for ,the
> .
in day with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
relatives
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m will\ move to Charleston next with friends and McRae spent "
= hus- Louis, Mo., Walnut' Ridge, Buck In Palatka. Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Barney Lenten season: TO PLEASE
=; and 9:00: a. m.Wednesday weekend' to stay with her St. 'to Monday '
I
last Wednesday
K : Mass and Novena band during his "tour of duty Ark., and Memphis, Tenn. 'Buck returned with Mrs brotherinlawand .. Wednesday 'l:30'JI.: -m., ,. ; '
7 p. m. with the .Navy: there.Freddie Mrs. Charles .Hardy and son, Rlcharde for the weekend visiting her Evening:! Prayer.Sundays a ,1 u
and \ ,Ira
sr; sister Mr. Mrs. MOT
:
c: -ST. MARYS' CHURCH, Graudon visited his Frank, were In Palatka on Sat- They were joined on Sundayby D Wens In Gulf'Bieeze and : Holy Communion, a '
z= Macclenny. sister, Miss Bonnie Graudon at urday visiting \Mrs. G.; E. Mc- 'Mr. and :Mrs Lyle Buck attended the funeral of a 1st?,(and 5th, li,a. m.: 3rd; ,8 'fislguaranteed
m VS. _Run Mass 11'10 a. m FSU over the weekend. Oauley and family and Mr. and Mrs. I a. m. Morning Prayer ,and v
Arthur Holliday of Fort Benjamin Vance Gordon and family of "nisln Jack Bailey on ,Thurs; Sermon. ,2nJ 3rd, .and. .4th
Harrison, Ind. and Mrs. Jacksonville.Mr. day. .
11,a. In.EIGNS.Rkltrds.4llefal
;;;; I II Holliday. of Lake City spentthe and Mrs W. A. Stern .}Irs. W. B. Exley and'Mrs,
5 Gainesville's first exclusive shop weekend with Mr.and Mrs.A. and Miss Louise stem at- James. Conner ,of Jacksonvillewere
N. Holliday. tended the Folk Festival at Tuesday visitors of ;Mr: .
,or
.
for the Mother-to-be .
II and Mrs. Kenneth 'Grider andMrs.
'
Cardboard
Mra. Alta Ashurst returned White
Springs
l II! on Sunday. The Telegraph.
Monday to her home In Cocoa Maurice Wingate. DISCOUNT

s : after a two weeks' visit with -
fbrolherln-laiw/ and slater
Remember ON .
EXPECTANTLY Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen.
PRICED
They had as a Friday visitor :
.... their brother Rev. R. M.

Barber, of Lake City. I
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SSS YOURS( and family visited Mr. and Mrs. I r
; R. W. Douville and family In.,

i Lingerie Bathing Suits Sportswear Dresses Orange Park on Sunday. I
Mr and Mrs. Bill Graham

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MAY a. 1968 BRADFORD OOUMTT TELEGRAPH.: STARICB.! FT-ORIDA Section 1 Fare Thre


Miss Marian Green e ila I'Eastern Star ens, Oa. Birthday Party birthday at St. Edward's Parish -
Following the wedding the Hall during' the regular/
Is ComplimentedAt Confers DegreesMarilyn '.couple will reside in Athens. /For Mr. SimpsonJohn Saturday night /Dingo: game.

Tea Hostesses for the occasion
Lovely ,
Wilkerson, of Law- > P. Simpson Sr. was
were Mra. P. D. Phneher'Jr..
tey, received the degrees of the LABEL MAKERS.!: tram
surprised at a birthday ,party Mrs. Joe '. and Bobble
Miss Marian bride- JJra. -
Green '!
Order in Starktf' Chapter Mo. $ Bradford County Tclograph. .
GLADYS MOOTY elect, was complimented at a 224: OES at the regular meetIng Ph. 984-830)5.) given In his honor on his 71st shaller.T
tea Tuesday afternoon givenby on May 6. : --:-- "
Phone 964-7608 rr::: .
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Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and The Worthy Matron had pre-
Mrs: J. W. Ritch at the home pared a beautifully decorated!

of the latter on W. MadisonStreet. cake, with the message, "Welcome 7

Marilyn," as part of the
Highlighting the reception refreshments. served during the FOR i OTHERON

rooms were arrangements of social hour. I H
roses and spring flowers. The 6 There was draping of the!
.
tea table In the dining room altar for Delia Green Bryson,
was covered with an imported Past Grand Matron; and Infor-
I r cutwork and lace cloth: and mation was given on Isabel

y was centered with an arrange- Simpson and Ines Hamilton, ij

v a a X ment of pink and white stock. I two members who are very 111. :
acC variegated carnations and as- A new drape for the Charter 1 ..vvS
ters. Flanking. this were tall was presented. to the Chapter AT TilE \
pink tapers In silver candle by Cleo (Harley In memory of .1.(

holders. Miss Cathy Hitchcock Hansen-Griggs Albble Harley. Benton-Nolin FINE FOOD FOR I..
The next will be .t
and Mrs. Robert Nobles presided : meeting .
a
at the silver bowl held May 20. Engagement Told @ .lI.
punch Mr.' and Mrs. William K. ALL, 'A 'A.JI,
and Miss Mary Lou Qnann Hansen of Stark Ulnouncethe .. '
and Mrs. John E. Watson IH' Beta Phi THE FAMILY -'r'
r engagement: and approachIng ,Sigma Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Bentonof
poured coffee from a silver marriage of their daughter'
r..l
Sets InstallationBeta Lula Oa. announce the engagement '1
service. Karen, to \Charles M. Grigga,

May. BreakfastTheme white Centering wedding the bells buffet balanced were Grigga Bon: of", of Mr.Lake and! Butler.Mr*. A.' I* Sigma Phi sorority will marriage/ of and their approaching daughter, It'. Mom's "Day' Off." Treat Her and the, Family to the s

meet at 8 p. m. Monday at Shirley Ann 'to F. Douglas Best
.
by three branch silver cande- The couple plant a Juna'i1wedding. JJ
of the annual May Breakfast of the Starke labra holding burning pink the homo of Mrs. Wayne Nolln. son of Mr. and Mrs. P.
"'om"" ',* Club Wednesday teas "my Fair Lady." Officers attending tapers. Douglas on Ralford Koad. T. Nolln of Starke. G

the affair were nor) Mrs. V. J. Spengler. 4th vice- The hostesses presented Miss Linen Shower with Mrs.'.Arthur Patray as The wedding will take niece Try Our Delicious Buffet Served DailyTWO f.

president; Mm. II. L. Spears, treasurer; Mint Delia Ko en- Oreen with a sterling silver cohostess.The June 22 at Central Baptist
I !berg>> prenldentt I Mm. Bill Jenkins of Jacksonville district bride's cake knife and an or- Given Honoring following officers will Church in Gainesville, Oa.

dlrectpr<< and Mrs. Joe Warrrn, Srd vice-president. chid corsage as a memeto of I Miss Marian Green I bft Installed at this time: Mrs. The bride-elect Is a graduate HOT ENTREES
Arthur Patray, president;
Other new officers Installed Wednesday were Mrs. John the occasion. I j: Mrs. Rudolph'Hutcheson, vice of Banks County High Lunch Buffet t $$1.25 ;

I Sanders, let vice-president! Mrs. Maurice WIngate, 2nd vice- Assisting the hostesses In Mlsa Marian Green !bride- president; Mrs. Lewis Chase, School and Is employed at the TWO VEGETABLES

president; Mrs. Hazel Ritch, corresponding: secretary, and serving were their daughters elect of June 15: was honored I treasurer; Mrs. Wayne Douglas First National Bank In Gain- 11:00: a.m. to 2:00: p.m.
Mrs. Fate Brown? recording secretary. Mrs. Tommy Johns of Macclenny at a linen ehower Wednesday I recording secretary: Mrs. trill*. i>***7Mr. ASSORTED SALADS
night of Jut week at the home NoUn of
Is
and Miss Anne Haynes. a graduate
Bradford High student from the cast. of "Wildcat" I Dot Falling, corresponding
performed Eighty guests were Invited of Mrs. Don Page. Co-hostesse Florida State University and ROLLS BUTTER
L. I Dinner Buffet
at the breakfast. secretary; Mrs. B. Morley $$1.75TEA
!Mrs. Herbert Green Mra. -
were
to call between the hours four Jr. extension officer.. Is an Alcohol and Tobacco
'
( Jimmy Green, Mrs. R. W; ;
and six o'clock. Tax Investigator for the U. S. COFFEE
Reese, and Mr*. Steve Simmons '- SellersHunterMr. Treasury Department !In Ath-I, 5:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m.
Elementary PTA GreenDouglasThe Jr.
B. S. Outlaws I ""l
;
Arrangements of white pom- : and !Mra. E. C. Sellers,
Starke elementary PTA' will wedding of Miss !Marian Honored On 55th poms, pink roses and batoy of Lawtey, announce the en-I

hold an Installation of officers Green to Eddie Douglas will AnniversaryMr. breath were used in the party gagement of their daughter ...

on Tuesday, May 14, at 7:30 take place at 8 pm. Saturday, rooms.' The refreshment table; Clara, to John L. Hunter, mm rMOTH'ER'S' DAY
June 15: In the First Methodist covered with a cutwork cloth Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hunter, 1
I of
p.m. in the cafetorlum and Mrs. B. S. OutlawSr. \
Church, Starke, with a reception of Jacksonville, former was centered rwlth the same of Crescent! City. .... MAY 12
Mrs.
Caralee Lltwl erlB 6th
:
following in Fellowship flowers and flanked diver
by The wedding will take placeat
Starke residents honored
were -
grade pupils will present' a i Hall. by their four children at a candle holders w I t hpink/ '7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June
musical program. All! friends and relatives are family gathering Sunday, tapers. Mrs. Jimmy Green pre- 12, at the Chun) of God in
invited' to attend. sided at the sliver punch bowl. Starke. All friends and relatives -
April 28, at the Santa Fe
Mrs. Nelson: :, Green and :Miss are IJW1ted.REGISTER ..
r lake home of Mr. and Mrs. I Ii'
Glenna Joyner were awarded
Ronald their 55th
Outlaw on prizes in a game, and the REUNIONThe
{ wedding anniversary. hostesses presented tha honoree 1968 Register Family
4 Included In the 22 guests with a white bedspread as a .Reunion will be held on Sun i' :
The were the three sons and one I memento of the occasion. day, May 19, at Wayfare Baptist -
daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Ron- Church near Stockton, 'D"Mot L'ove '
Among the 40 guests were With
Jfor '. jth all: Outlaw of Jacksonville Mrs. Robert Green, mother of Oa., State Road 129..Registration \
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw Jr.
the honoree Mm. :HOWard starts at 10 a. m., to be y
e"most beautiful and four children of Mel- Douglas mother of the bride- followed by a meeting and torPERMANCltr_

aa bourne, Mr. and Mrs. Lavern groom-elect and Miss Green'sand .dinner on the,grounds.Saturday .. .. 'V- ..
of giJts Outlaw and family of Starke, Mr. Douglas' grandmothers '\

BIBLE and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sullivan Mrs Adam Green .Mt : .

of Tampa; ten grandchildren Iva Douglas of Brooker, and .Rain .- :>
SLEEPWEAR
r and one great grandchild Mrs. Pansy Strickland of Gain- ,*. PRESS'Dusters
) gla0 JAMES YEASIOIh the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. esvUle. ., -

Bernard Sullivan of Luvern, First RecordedIn

Ala. SPECTACULAR
UDC MembersAre
Mr. and Mrs. Laivern Outlaw ,

I r Y' were hosts at a family dinner EntertainedAt 17 DavsThe

Saturday night and a family Luncheon Waltz Gowns
0
reunion was held on Sunday. y;

I II r,. .. I !Mrs. Lex Green, ,Mrf.1*;>]T. h"+y n11\\8aturday *
I Presbyterians Dinkins, Mrs. H. L. Speer and night and Sunday morning, BaAyDolsPajamasy/ $' 190
Honor SeniorsThe Mrs.. O. J. MoGrlff Sr.: were the first measurable moisture
co-hosteseeB at the luncheon falling on Bradford County In

Presbyterian Youth Fellowship !- meeting of W. T. Weeks charter '17 days, dumped an average of
gave a swim-ski party UDC on Wednesday of last 1.8 Inches of water.
all day Saturday at the W. T. week at the Holiday Inn. More rainfall Is predictedfor Sleeptoat 94.95
Jackson cottage on Spring Red roses hi: cut glass bowls: this weekend, according to ,
-- .. .. b '
::: used 'the talble. At 4
were on
!Lake honoring the the Florida Forest Service. Various
Presbyterian -
TTworld t
Bible, colorfully'illustrated, handsomely bound superbly i1
BHS seniors each place setting were miniature which may break the dry spell s from with varuI'I
printed..a truly beautiful gift,to use and tocberisb.: Choose from our The 25: attending: enjoyed May baskets, tied with which has plagued several I end

I wide selection of reference and personal editions,some in large print swimming! skiing and refresh- white satin ribbons and pink months. But the Forest Ser- $1 I a ,the ralaning trimmed

many.with!luxurious white bindings. Prices from S3.30 to $12.73. ments throughout the day. tulle held clusters of sweetheart vice stressed that the rain 1 ron and I

Assisting in serving Were roses. Saturday and Sunday did not l d' (hair runny dltpoiition. f In fraihnow
Name Printed in 24 Karat Gold with Purchase of any Rev and (Mrs. R. t>. Burch, Mrs. Lester Crews, president, wet the ground enough to lift andS2.99 -' + print, and ofioW. 5iia \
Bible $5.00 or more.Bullington Mrs. R. G. Paterson and Mrs. conducted the (business meet- the governor's no-burning pro-
Jackson. ing following the luncheon, and clamatlon.

introduced Mrs. Thomas W. bas been the wettest -
Lawtey
Studio & Gift Shop RUBBER STAMPS Lester, 'vlce-prealdent of the place In the county over the A big new, falecffo) of .> types of --
I Pads. Bradford County Tele- Florida Division of the United alaapwaar. -the fint right ,""011.1 gift t __--- .' '
week from April 29 to May 6. '
for Mom. Choota from aeafata. ',pr +
Dylan ,
Daughters of the Confederacy, : N
graph. Ph. 964-6305. CA CaCrp
who with the Louis Hill Tower recording and _iroIt fabric wWi baautlful lace /b .
a
the guest speaker, gave 2.3 Inches In the /big and ambroldanf trim. .. Summer Mtttb +. t + Give a rend
the of the<
brief talk goals
on rain and 2.7 Inches for the high hade*, 3-M&. ,,
Division for the coming year .. Glut
week.
(Mrs. F. F. Stump, a real t''' E ,
j Only rain recorded at New
-- '
honorary
daughter, was made an:; CEB11flc
River over the week was the .
member. S }
S.- \
The nominating committee big one Saturday and Sunday1.6 4i'y W \ y.
Inches. The Santa Fe .
presented. the following elate
I of officers for the coming year: River Tower reported 1,8 inches DuPontCANTRECE
II president Mrs. L. G. Powell: last weekend and 1.8 for

I .. first v1ceo
 Klnc&id; second, vice-president, The big rain, for these dry :

f Mrs. E. L.Matthews. ; secretary, times anyway, came In from 1 1r
MM. E. K. Perryman; treas the Gulf and took a north- HANDBAGS .
HOSE
fI urer Mrs. H. 1* Speer; historian easterly path, covering almost r

Mrs. *. J. Pellum; registrar .i the entire state, /the Forest Straws i t '
I Miss Madge Middleton; Service said., TK new 100% nylon from DuPont give I
recorder of crosses, Mrs. J.:W A county average of only 1.4 mora l..ting ...ufy, long. tarvlca and
A Wilson; chaplain, !Mrs. W. B. inches fell, during the monthof Leathers airrra serf( comfort." Nude haat and knit
I ,.- to (fit in baiga tan. or taupa, B/ to I II I. '
Mundy. April in Bradford, far be-
The president announced that low ,the "' I
50-year average of .
\ the annual covered. dish lunch- 4.63 Inches. Lawtey was. by 0 Vinyls1 .. only 79LADIES'
eon win be held June 8 at the far the ,wettest last
Francis Beard home on Kings- month with 3.1 Inches recordedat

gay Lake. the Louis Hill Tower. New t H'v

j ) YOU GET THE V] member:Mrs. Hilda in of Jacksonville one Belle of Bence the was UDC'chapter on a' River for the recorded month:; and only Santa.4 inches Fe" $299 I

.7 Inches.No 'v
.
"RIGHT ANSWERS"WHEN out-of-town guest.Southside the county fires last were week recorded with the In Mam can always! HM an arcs CANVAS CASUALS

PTAThe I no-MirniNr! ban Jn effect. puna. Chooia from s wida; ialation Comfort: pint (or Mom, with M". l
.
,| There has ben 120 fires In of itylai, fhapai and colon, woihoblo..,hl.amen. I...,.duetw.h, .."*.vinylf i l withfull $1.88 $22
YOU CALL Southalde :elementaryPTA .ci; dtouldarPERMANENT ,.., .
the county since Jan. >1( this Including a ing raw olo In ilp! oit or OHO.y. tyr. value p1/
win hold an Installationof .}ylgq. Whit., block' light blyo or thin.,
.' year compared to 81 over the S 10. I
officers! Tuesday :May 14 same period In 1967. Acres ',I
.. THIS ASSOCIATION at 7:3O: p.m. in the Cafetorlum. burned since Jan. 1 this year I }
The executive board will meetat total 911.8 compared to 759.8 PRESSBlouses MORE GIFT IDEAS!

\,11 i I Whether you want information about 7 p.m. in the library. over the same period In 1967. "
''MWw-
a Savings Account: ...a Home Loan ANNUAL FFA" BANQUETSET I ="' LADIES' FULL SLIPS nn .
"Movia Star" br.nd In nylon, latfni or noJj 77
...or other financial advice, we do. THE BRADFORD FOR THURSDAY i Iron ..brl... Front shadow panel, lace trim, 2 .

our best to provide the answers_ COUNTY TELEGRAPH Chapters The Bradford Future.( and Farmers Starke of in the new a rag..nd ...,. larga .i....,._ :

cheerfully Published every Thursdayat America, will hold their annual :
I. 138 W. Can St., Parent Son Banquet ,tonight romantic look' LADIES' GLOVES
Fin. doubla ttrotch nylon In
Stark, Fla. JUO91 (Thursday) at 8 o'clock at + .nd 4-button wove Ungth. Machina washabla merry $100

the BHS cafeteria. The event +'.. a while, .black. or' baiga. On. liia, fits ..11.$3.95 .*-.* '
Second class postage paid this year wall be an Informal! a
at Starke Fla. barbecue.t $ 9 9 "1
NYLON PETAL SCARFS
2
! Subscription Rate: ANNUAL IKTT BREAKFAST values ,.- Idtal for sun and turf. War around tna $AAAO

and Loan In trade aNA: I4.0O per SFT NEXT WEDNESDAY os ; rock or on the haad. PnNyGuffyp.taisar. I
Savings behold Pattab and darb,_
, ;year; J2.2S six months. Members. of the Diversified y pretty tight to
Cooperative No-iron. ; Dacron-cotton h on.of Mom's fovor.ila 4
Outside tnuSs area: *4-0 Tralnmgprogram fabric. Chooia ityla for h., from APRONS-MANY STYLES
I I per ;year; 12.80 six months at BHS will hold their annual our ".",.ndo... collection. lust roll ii..,.. W.;.*, bib or eobblar ityla 'In "machine $ 00'l'IIURSDAY \
4i6et3 ASSOCIATION OF STARK Employer-Employee Breakfastat coro" hour 1
or long iloovoi, whila and postal sirs i w wathabla cottons or tarry cloth. Big; auorN

s! 218 JN. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 I E.: L. :Matthews publlshar, editor and at the 7:49 Holiday Wednesday Inn., May All employers 15:-, 3J-38. meet of colorful prinh..?............ ..._':'_... ,

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Lone Newcomer ton, 33, and Jack Ray Cody Guardsmen Willie Crawford TYPEWRITERS: Manual or LEGAL FORMS. Brad- BIO PENS: Ball Point Re-

Bryan 17, !charged: ( iwlth' (grand larceny I Electric. For sale or rent. -I\ ford County Telegraph Ph.f fills. Bradford County Tele-
In the April' 11 theft of an outboard Services HeldIn
motor owned by J. C. Train At Bradford County Telegraph. 984-6305. graph.

s' 'To Win In Simmons. Union Church
Voting Defendants not In custodyand BlandingThe I
WlUle Crawford, 66 of Or "' ,
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listed the J
absentee
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docket are; lapdoGed,. : :Tuesday after. a f". ,. .f
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"'.'(continued =- :orn Page One for Supreme Court Justice, William! Green, 29, charged first 4n a series of cum short illness. He was born In l. ', t '
Group 2. Bradford, favored Joe Boyd with forgery and uttering a mer training periods which Bradford county on Sept. 23, t ; :
especially i.i view of seeming The second primary will be Miami attorney, giving him 1.- forgery after four !bad check, will keep Camp Blanding In 1901. the son of the late Oscar. : ,, ijf. t : J i

pre-election t :- apathy which .held May 23. 248 votes ta ,847 for Judge two for $46, one for $83, and use by units of the Florida and Annie Mae Cradford. :

caused some\ observers, to pre-, Snm Smith of Lake Cltv' : and one for $58, were passed! to National Guard for most of A former resident of Bradford -: .
dict as low as a 50 per cent 658( for Richard H. Cooper, Starke merchants from Hast May June July, and August', county he was a retired:!,' ,
vote. The 75 per cent of total FairclothWins Circuit Judge of Orlando. July through December got under way Sunday. mason and a member of the

registration is a near record Though high man statewide Howard Lamons, Jr., 26, Units from St. Augustine, Primitive Baptist Church.
for, Bradford County. Boyd must face Cooper in the! charged with grand larceny In Jacksonville' Tallahassee, Mi. Surviving are two brothers

:.';1'l1e.most heavily favored \ HereContinued May 28 runoff. the Dec 1, 1967 theft of $339.29 ami, Plant City, Bonlfay, De- Richard and Clyde Crawford; i
candidate on the ticket in In Supreme Court, Group from Thonl Oil Co. funlak Springs, Quincy Live and ,one sister, Mrs, Sally I

Bradford County Tuesday ,was 3, Bradford picked a winnerin Mrs. Sandy Miller! charged Oak, Apalachicola, Tampa, Paul, All of Orlando. ,
Circuit Judge ;J. C. Adkins Jr., [ From Pate One] Vassar B Cailton of Titus? with grand larceny la two Marianna, and Fort Lauderdale Funeral services were held. THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY -MAY 9 10 11s

of Gainesville who: was. a 12 Court Judge of Fort Pierce.In vine\ giving him 2,082 votes to cases: the theft of $400 from including 2,213 men and at :2 p. m. Saturday In Union.. ,

to. 1 favorite oVer his -oppon- Supreme Court Group 1, 820 for his opponent Judge Oscar R. Miller on Dec. 22, officers are now engaged In Primitive Baptist Church near .
Hal P. Dekle. With Ml but 10A7, and ,the theft of-- 1907.- two weeks of intensive train- Starke with Elder Herman I -I'" .'
four precincts reporting the from Kenneth Howe on Jan. inn, complete with war games Moody and Elder O. M. Yar- I I'f "" '

.1 statewide vote was 336.008for 3 this year.Maryland riflemarksmanship, and combat brourh officiating Intermentwas I (. ..m ir'p g m!. .
Say Carlton and 204,809 for Whitaker, charged signal operations.This In Dyal Cemetery under I I ."._ :;; /: S!
Dekle. April 1, 1967 with withholding year, for the first time, diiectlon of DeWitt C. Jones "'0 : ;'wP:: TiN ,
Service CommissionFor support from three children. Funeral Home .
summer training for Florida 1 F' 'tt
Public Service Commissioner John Wood 35, charged with Guardsmen is being broken 1I I -'''

Bradford picked an- Issuing' a worthless check on down by missions. Instead of MADISON STREET ,
::1"\"".is.if\ jjipj other winner, giving Jess Yar- Feb. 18 to the City of StarkeIn training all together, at; one BAPTIST CHURCH I Exterior : Interior

F i brough of Mlamf" 1,740 votes, the amount of $316. camp, an in the past, the bulk Sunday, May 12 Sunday ; Latex
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Four defendants scheduled
to 733 for Harvey H. Baker are of the Guard will go to Bland-! School, 9:45: a. m. Morning I I Latex r .
and 323 for Robert C. Brand. to be sentenced during the intr at different Intervals Worship, 11 a. m. Homecoming <1t'f'"

I Yarbrough won statewide and term: while Artillery units will 'train, Dinner. 12:15: p. m. Youth' t'H .I: -
Carl 'Stewart, 40, who pled -
will face opposition from Republican at Fort Stewart, Ga., and the Choir Practice, 4:30: ; Youth I 't .. .. ,. 1:
guilty Oct. 19, 1967 to handlingand One
A I Ray C Osborne of transportation battalion will Fellowship '!(:
fondling child under the' SuPper 5:45: : I Nay : r >t
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..." St. Petersburg, in the General age of 14 years. I go to Mobile, Ala. Special Forces Training Union, 6:15: ; WMU' +f, Y Easier :!to M1uwUL;; 1 Coat.

t I Election. James E. Kendall, 43, who I I will train at SheLbY Miss. Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Evenll'g'l! .. 'ter Covers
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M i wan charged. with assault! With The 63rd Infantry Brltrade Worship 7:30.Tuesday' : Painting r'; .r::

.rep. .J W q is hh.v \ Intent to murder after shots which includes the Starke Circles 2 and 31
1 Grand Jury were fired on June 17. 1967 ;at unit, will bring 2,524 men and meet, 7:30: p. m.

a car driven by M. S. Morri! officers to Blandinir for train Wednesday Prayer Meeting I 45
."J son. Kendall: pled guilty l4: > t ing during! the period June 7:30.: Choir Practice 8:30: 95

.". ', Meets Monday Nov. 20 to aggravated; assault."' 923.The Thursday Sunbeams and $ $
) 3
; Bonnie Knight who pled annual Florida National GA meeting, 3:30: p. m. I.'
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; ; : WITH A BULOVA guilty to larceny of a truckon Guard Officers Candidate, I
f Continued From Page Onel May 27, 1907 from the New School will be held at Bland- II PER GAL. PER GAL.

', FROM Method Cleaneis.! ing tor two weeks starting I j
: Lounge south of Starke. Main August 4.About flcntlonn. shall)) be made through I REG. $5.45 REG. $4.50
.tosh hi nlso", being Jjcld without the office of the> Arclllt-i
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UDY BULGVA'-1(" one-third of the men Pinch: bid Hhall. 1 be 'ucnompanlod, '
i' WILLIAMS Beaut/.round t ball. WhiteheadWins by caAhlf',' i
now at Blanding are from a cheek or IJldl
watch: 171eWela I All throe murder will bond In the I
nmount of IJ
eases
-, $91.93s Yellow Sellwlndlnirr :r or I witty." go ,before a grand Jury {Monday. AgainIn signal Another units 800 are in from Jacksonville.the "Big cent Hoard of or the Public bid payable jnxtructlon to rr the of 1 LEVROH HOUSE PAINT $485

I Other cases on the docketare Bend" Bradford' County, lo'h.rltlt.. : an. 1
area near the Florida
evidence of
< : : good faith and I
Union panhandle. RuaruntexiiiK, that the urr"HHful REG. $6.35-SALE ,
< Marvin Karl Harris. 33 bldclnr, will exi-cutA' and, furnish
<-t I charged 'WIth assault !with in- the Hoard. of publln ItiHtructlonor

1 tent to rope and a crime [Continued From Page One] pairs or whorls of three. bond Bradford tanned by County tho Surety Florida Company a
\ 1t agralnsV nature with a 14-year- Lantana berries are green to llcenm'd to do biiHlnens In
art Clarence A. Roberts.In blue Florida, and listed hy l the United, ,
old last or black
4 STirl\ / Dec. 7. nearly one- :.StateH Treasury Department< i anarrttptnula. STORE-WIDE PAIN SALE
ti lane tATIRINI time end"LL"date. Other cases being: brought the District 3 Commissionrace fourth Inch in diameter, and \ for 100 par cent, of ,
':! 17 swell W.terproo'. I II ilK forward from the Fall' Term S. M. Brown won with contain one bony seed. the contract price. within ten

:: $99./9' ndln..Willow. I arc Anrll C, Tetstone Jr., 18, 923 votes over 778 for his One leaf of the oleander Is the(10)contract.days aft Said. oelntr bond,awarded gruaran- I, 10' OFF ON A[.L PAINT IN STOCKPREE

.<.. = charfrec } ,,with breaking and en. runnlngmate. Sidney Todd. reported toxic enough to kill teeing of mild the performance payment :
'I Mcmcss or TIME"e*' .' terfrfgr"Tuck's Drive-In last Incumbent Elton Taylor did an adult. Children have been by the bond Contractor.No Bhall. be paid for I -
I TIKail-around watch Tune 27. His cane was tempor- not seek re-election. made 111 by carrylnaoleander bidder may withdraw hi* BALLOTHE
\UfwebWaterproof, .:. ':::I { .w ri, j arily passed because he was in Incumbent Royce Shaw won flowers around in their mouths bid days for after a. period the of date thirty let ((10):for

Yellow Sii-wlndlng.' / Umlnoui. I I the firmed forces. re-election in the District S while at play.A opening thereof. :
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i ,.1... 1".11i ti'' ,:Mary Lee ''Crawford, charged Commission race with 355 number of Individualshave The to Contractor complete will mild. !< be project required I KIDS

with desertion of five minor votes( to 795 for C U. Crews. suffered serious! poison- withIn the time set forth In his I .
children last June IS.) bid. ,
f ing after eating frankfurters
The successful bidder, If any I OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
Donnie Hugh Crawford, roasted on oleander stems. .I I will he notified within five (5) ,
i charged last Sept. 30( with Inhaling, smoke day after the hid IB accepted
from oleander ;
The. Board of Public; Instructionof I
withholding support. from five stems. Is another way to get Bradford, County. Florida! re- I
i children. GoeBGardening deathly sick.Children nervea the right to reject any STARKE HARDWARE
Harvey Jack Cooper. SB, and \\l tLet's playing: with poke- and 1 InformalitiesTHR all! bide.,. and to waive any

George E. Elder, 24, are each weed use Its purple berries to : no.\nr> OF PUBLIC I
charged with three cases of rNSTRlTTlONnrMDPonn I
CLIPPER ern make "play ink" or aa "war COUNTY,
the 17 complete w.tch.lt breaking and entering biv.Feb-: paint. They are safe until one KTORtDAThoniaH 108 E. Call)) St. Phone 964-5311
r a lt lewele.wlndlng I Weterprofl', II ruary. Elder plead guilt April, youngster suggests I*. Casey, Jr., I Starke Florida
24 and scheduled ,to- sampling Superintendent
LumlnoUI.f110W.i Cooper is
181.8S '_' be tried. ttf"Hervey'snarpe! ,,'editor! the berries. *slisot Jimson- 5-: 3t 5-16 I. .....

i itMi u'olA New cases for arraignment, Florida Agricultural JUtexulon I weed poisoning have been reported I
Service In Florida after children -
mart pnctlcal are:
tlmepltc. Tails ate Its fruit or sucked on
Harry McIntosh, charged'
lime and date. 17 the flowers.So .
i itweli with worthless checkof and
Yellow. Bulota issuing a in
: i Wetnproo$79.99 /'. o proves Its leadership In $274 to Tax Collector J. R. WORD OF WARNING far as known; the llgustrum Stop

i self-winding wat'h raft with Its Kelly on May 25, 1987. Sending small children out has a good record in

..y tl' new '68 Collection. Every watch George Miller 40, charged/: to play isn't as bad as tossing Florida but in Europe a num-I
'J! A accents years ahead styling In with four cases of forgery and them into a lion's den-but It ber of children have died from

modern. thnckee In uttering a forgery after four can be equally as dangerous. I eating the fruit of this glossy

: Come in. Let our Watch Experts bad checks of $49.74 were Ornamental plants are ,the privet. The hydrangea has at I Complain

aMNlHt you In selecting the gift passed to Starke merchants on worst; offenders least one mark against ;tai I

it I t that'll make eyes light up on Dec. 10( 1967. Many parents believe in letting name as a poisonous plant. I .

Mothers John Perkins, charged last! Infants make "oral ex Most ornamentals are harm I
Day from
our
: ex- Nov. 3 (With possession of plorations" about the yard. less, but to be safe, enjoy I I
tl tennlve Bulova Collectl! of self moonshine whiskey It's one way for children to their beauty. but not their

4 winding watches.g Inmates Johnny Edward learn about their environment, taste t's a good idea to teach I There's

I when case", crown and crystal Sloan, 20, and John Eugene they say. children to avoid putting any. no waiting

j are Intact Reaves, 23, charged with escape Yet, some plants the child thing In their mouths except

from ,the Florida. State may taste are as deadly as arattlesnake's food.Even I
i Prison March 31 crawlers In playpens]
fangs.A I
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Inmate Jim Smith, a/k/a ]light snack of Olorlosa may reach out between the I' ". .' c ,
t e- your own arks, do .. Bulova doers James Donald .Smith, 25, [climbing lily] tubers has bars and pull anything withIn )4' ,
on an Authorized Bulova Jeweler.. charged with escape from the caused death in four hours. reach. Grass and most lawn I : .

I Florida State )Prison last Oct. One tiny rosary pea with Its weeds are harmless, but pols-i ., ; .eQMPLI% MENTS

27.John > scarlet Jacket and jet 'black onous mushrooms may be COMPLAINTS 7
B. Wilson, 40( ; Pete Dal- tip is a lethal dose. Luckily growing within reach Before I

I for children the seed-coat of leaving a toddler' alone In the I

this crab-eye pea is hard and yard be sure he's not among, R1

i MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL II impervious to moisture. Un- killer plants. .,
1
cracked the seed can be swallowed '.
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without danger. But (

:: THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY I lone seed thoroughly chewed Notlre Is Narr'E hereby: given that ,
brings t
death.
sure
s I pealod bids will ho received by er
In recent years, lantana has the BiMiril' of Public Iniitruotlon t I /
i t Wrapped Especially For' ROSES ONLY been blamed, for the death of the of Bradford office" of('the ullnl( Superintendent!', Florida, at f I II

j i MOTHER'S DAY one child, the illness of two of Public Inntrnctlon I or Br ford County, f O. Box* ,
934
others, and a skin injury to a Starke, "Florida, q
up to 7:30: p
POT PLANTS S9 fourth. The death was attributed m. (OST) on the day of May I ?
sontn\> to eating lantana ber S3 mflH, for the construction ofr: i1 s- i a, 3"//
Phase Two Bradford Union t
Large; Variety $1 ries. Area Vocational Technical Can. aIi
INJHLOOM Botanists with the Florida t..riHark./ .., Florida.
at whir time bids will be I I
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opened i
$.19 & $1.98 Agricultural Experiment Stations I 'and, rend l .aloud. Anv hldnreceived _
: f: UP I believe this Is the first I after the Hpeclfled time I
and date' will nut be nonxldcred. : _
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record of human poisoning Plane ftpwlf Icatlonn and con>
I
: associated with lantana plants. tract .document may be exam ,
i ; I However, it has been known ined In the office of Dnn K. "
PHILODENDRONS HYBISCUS Morgan Architect 2201 Klnyn.lev / -
for years that lantana can Avenue Orange" }i'ttrk Flor
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'
s poison cattle. An alkaloid Itlla 1. F.V.n'l an. PIXIKK follow" : Corporation, 1// t '" e I l 1

SPECIAL I i called lantanine Is the'killer. Ja. -on\IIIe.. KlorliU. I'' -
SPECIAL 2. >
I' Touching crushed lantana dalnrnvllli Oalnenvllle\ Florida.\ .Plan Room,

leaves! is known to cause a 3. Daytona Beach Plan Room ,
'1 Daytona. Beach, Florida. "WE TURN COMPLAINTS: INTO COMPLIMENTS"
I skin reaction. One child madea Naturally,
SOME IN Pf. %M ANn
VARIOUS! y IPECIFICATIOY! :
rushed trip to the hospital _PnocLH I1MENTe I we haven't reached our goal of perfect service yet! We still have
98C J
COIiORS 98C 1 after playing by a clump of A. General Contractor: TTpon
BLOOM some complaints. But they're fewer. And fewer.
wa I,lantana plants. The exposed request and receipt of $90.00' ,,1
plus 4 per cent: eales tax, il.-,
y skin was,marked:!. with white posit of General Contractor two I Our Owner Relations Manager, Mac Baldwin,
splotches and reddish (2) Pete of plan and .peciflratlrnn -
areas.: will tin forwarded. If and our entire organization is striving to give the best
you very
We now carry all types of Leather Goods for Horses and Lantana grows throughoutthe plani and peolfcatlonif| are returned
state. In south Florida, In (rood condition possible service on the finest Chevrolets & Oldsmobile ever

3 Horse Feed Miscellaneous Products j such as conditioner native species bloom and fruit of!'n bldn.five: .(9)the d.ivn full deposit after will with-I' berefunded O produced. Service that starts with your order and never stops.

all year. Related varieties are '
liniment etc. B. Snh-Contrnctom.'''' nt
\'en'lor..1 At BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OLDSMOIJILE: believe
grown in northern Florida as etc.: For plan and we !
(sROTONEERTILIZER ornamental plants. cation to Bull-contractor vend you're entitled to consideration
TROPICAL er. etc.. the deposit will be every including:

3a -.:;:::---:\ :' ::4 1 4/" FISH three Lantana to five is feet a shrub tall. from The are'nO.OO If the returned plus plan 4 In per and."grand cent peclflcatlonl condition.nl... tax. : fair prices, expert service and courteous treatment. Stop in anytime.We .

"S U< RDEN 'f'W DOG COLLARS of bid, the refund willIe
like 'clusters long stalks.
on
i ) $30.no, pin. tax.. : Deposit but we always listen. And keep trying.
3 :if>' OLS) I"J DOG HARNESS Individual flowers have four chock Khali be made payable to
eeii lobes and are tubular In the the Architect.
1'4 : C Separate .heatu for drawings
4SECTICIDES S FLEA POWDERS lower part. They may be or page" of specifications '
: creamy white yellow, pink, orange mar be purchased from the I
r ST: SUPPLIES \ At-'D' AQUARIUM: ; or scarlet. Architect) a. follow (no refund Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds

The stems. are bluntly Drawing: II 00 per sheet, :
TANKS plu 4 ner cent tnic.
3 : 1EMICAL| CO. square, green or brown and Specification: t 10 per par, ,
plus 4 per cent ,tax. ,
539 E. Call St. Phone 964-5745 may be armed; with weak, Note U. S. 301 NORTH PHONE 964.7500 STARKE FLA.
i sharp spines. Leaves are in All rea.uet for plan*. and ,
a i iinecfftoatlon. flepnrate aheet j
of drawing or page of pecl- 1
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Custodian Herbert Norman receive I Co. was also authorl ,,' yKt Tl',51/'rl
a.)SO per month pay Increase 'Moigan's recommcndatltiApproved y I "nee.' 1......., vm.NOTtCW .
Students Assigned For 6869re.rm. for the remainder of tcmporo), IS"11.HKKEBV} lt0y-Ana: QIVftN.:

the school year: due: ta Increase ployment for 25 days: I I the t'h..l.. ;" "of the following
responsibilities.Approved mar Starke Elementary M, t!tN 'Y 'Yt rhb''A/ } 1 1a certificate. baa filed ..W; A .. fn. <* a tax deeA'fo. 6e t..
-- : the recommen- clpal P T. Nolin. now r ...11..01 nwr ull. Tlta' srtltlpate!
As Board Accepts 3,200 F-C Forms .c'atians\ made by principals, to supervise purchase of 4' Sf 1 Nlt',1(' "'3 ;, '. number and piat, .* of.l..uanoe,
1 the i) of the
i deiorlptliH property.
.... .... .. -. ... Su:+$3. Casey, and the School $100,000 of material and .Y 11 I| and the name. In wnVclr'lt was
: f. Trustea for rrappolntment of equipment under the new ed- I 8m"d am aa followr7,:I

TYcedom of-choice forms sixth grades are being transpired punishment for chewing) gum since his principal: ,w1d.: not recommend all"annual contract teachers ucntlonal improvement fund. Tear Certificate of Jeauajneej No-1V6A
i and those gains on continuing Supt Ca: oy said Nolln may aaurlptfon of Prop/rtyt Lob
sutMiltted by 3.200 students ; toth.\ .. $!O1wti! : middle! < !I wji:'ridiculous,, and< that (the his for reap;}()lntI continct In 1068-69. # also: be hiicd in another capacity e 'u I. 3. J of Hlfc T Corlarttritfnlt: t.
were accepted by the Bradford school. now under ioRStrtugtipa"" i did .noli blame her sin. TheTaar ment and ]his case: never Rot. :: 1068-60 teim. Jb Name In which aaaaxaeilT. .d D.
School Boar;!, and the stud ants Supt Cpsey also. !' Indicated, I ; .' later listened to Prlnleipaj I to the trustees- and that the Authoriaivt; an $88.000 Gave for permission the for school Blvhain All' of sold pro-pertv'4; ;;lria; lathe

assigned: to the school of their 1 Wednesdi1.xJ.hCI'q..JVlft. .Q pp HCWM relate the story. the Board, therefore( had nothing payment tr> Drake Construction County of Bradfordn.fitataif ..,.. .
choice! for: the 1888-59! term Inaction iproxlmaUly, .700' taa& I ( Co. of OOP la for part of board office secretary Jean Florida.. *.
late .registrants ,1 bpt, :; .no direct action. to take action on. Roberts to attend a financeconference L'nlne etch ertffIcate* .r certificate
Wednesday May ,.8. (In' Wis"poutltY the new middle school con. phall he redeiHned. aecording -
; mostly;, Listened to a teacher Neither could Baker elicit from Beach : \
The Board also accepted first tract. Two months of the slx- in Daytona to law the properlydonrrllMd
gta/ie and Lex'fiaker !
kindergarten who to give
) was not iecornmendcd Cupt. Casey a promise In ouch .certlr(ate or
Approved three days personal
Supb Casey's that Starke Elementary ttudents I and the building is 50 per cant )e who
have not t : >t> inquest that his case be tlon for another job. Counselor Delia Rosenberg to on the. first Monday In
School be closed to further bmltted-a> t a reeiom-of-qhcjice' \ resubmltted to the School Agreed to Prin. Jim Tem complete Architect Don Morgan eduactlon Month of June\ Ilea, .whlah In
enrollment except for first Casey said\ and several students J'Ju: 4egs. Baker was told that I ple's I'recommendation, that laid the Board a $4.690 attend a business lh 3rd day et..Tune. 19A9.Dated .
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thin th I April
conference. i day oti
vmcnt to Columbia Paving I .
grade since It Is approaching> jn each grade f'omother p I Ii 196R.
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capacity. but he left the door schools i The Pen Is Mightier CHARI-ES 4. DARtl:!..
Clock of circuit Court of
open to keep enrollment be It la Ipso! apparent from W'" Bradford County( ITtorlttit, .

tween Starke Elementary and compilation of the F-C forms, IVnM '"ld"II 1> two laclloH SupprvlHor, of IC Kli traIliii t-a 4t a-saNrtlee ft I
Southslde Elementary about I Casey! said. that approximately .first Prim ry District & Count Y Results By Precincts \\ y IIII'He| ( ,
Novu' Flynn, right and hrr axNlittant, MI'tI. Hetty Ann *f A.Ilratloator .
for next term.
equal 100 ,
more students have transferred Tax ure l I IHrr.
Southslde has 110 more students .from RJE High; to '.. riilllim' | Kpcllpd doom'fur Nome and l victory>> for other Tumt-. 14.111. ....If, i t
than Starke Elementary other day' In Iho ronrtroom nt the old court htmw.Id'turiiM NOTICE! II HKKBBY!: GIVEN' ,
chqol No records
are that Mr .
Euntane Blooi) *orth
though both schools have the kept to shpv' ,," exactly wlatstudentstFanstelred ) Ntn4 arxnlP. 1'0. /'Nm. 1'x...corm.. c.... 1'mn. Hrh..1 IleardINI .. from 17 preclm-ts ts rame'In efficiently und ,In the halder,. .of the following
Nhrrl/t u. .
/ l' IIINI.I/nr a Itlrl. .1 lrINL a rertitlcates. hue filed Bald erarttftrateN -
same number of regular teach the total the board. .
to which record time By 10:80: p.m. wrre on for a tax deed to bnlamieil i, -
ers. The Imbalance has result school, the. superintendent tlioreon. The o."UCI"atel"mhAr.
ed for several' years when i ; S; II and year of laaintaoe. ,
sold.RJE i j 1 A $ the deaorlptlon of thn pronerty< ,
Starke Elementary was closed will therefore JiI fII.x: a :; is .s 7 5 bed nnrt IhA In
be down i "=' f a ... :::I ; ... okra and tomatoes. Plant names. which It; wasameaaed
and Southslde has had to accept to about,300 ijtwtfenu.from.Its It ,:; g = ;t: IQ i:' &-: ;; 3. The stubby-root nematode -,I Well, there are too many to r-ertlflcate are' 'a. follower N'o : ,I I'

all late registrants and enrollment off, about 6QO several : a ,w UJ x= = w1 usually tees on) the tip I pick fiom. Thirty-five years Yrnr of laauanre Jul)
students In Idterm.'PiIn. < *. n..rrll'tll.n'of Pronerty; ; No.
enrolling m years ago. ago, we are to'd that over -
of the root and and of course Rat 8'u,; of ill:'o01\ 8IK) tSeo;
Jim Hobbs said the Unbalance -In. theJ: action the Board: this growth. Symptomsare 000 different species had been no t I./I.R./ R-21-i q. ,
is hard' on teachers - and not beneficial' to students. wfeo StWB..tha.t| .f _.. R5 138 140 188 205 155 236 218 168 ]87 188 199 98 81 Just as the name Implies.'I next few weeks we' will talk A All John of Rents mild nrnpertv belnciln r

Supt. Casey has recommended Jackie fifth Among crops hit by this nematode about nematodes In a strawberry the County of Bradford itpbn .
son a
Brooks
2 a 48 .42 75 59 210 62 1'97 76 .t39_ 89!)_9392_ _62 _39 Include our Fall and I [ Florida; j
for the
68-69 term that grader: at Southslde Elemen grower meeting we are T'nleaA mioh;' pertirioate. oJ certificates
Starke Elementary be reopened ,tary had been suspended un 3 37 7-L.-m70( 2798_ 97 98' 9:1: 10.-.81L- 53 48 Winter pasture crops and leafy planning. shall be redeemed according
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vegetable f law the
to new enrollments ,, justly crops. : property
once for five days. The suspension dim>rlherf, In oath' certificate. or
the two city elementary was given after the 4 42 53 85 71 187 89 104 126 61 R4 112 91 47 GlG 4. The bud nematode Includes CHURCH OF GOD pertinent' "" 11be\ gold td the
schools have an equal numberof child refused to submit to a more than fifty different 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. .hta-h. .it bidder at\ the"ourt Bouae
the tint In
noion Monday
95 120 157 141 172 207 213' 169 157 237 195 77 118 ,
) students and, that new 'enrollments paddling as punishment for 247 species. Several of them! Sunday School. 10 'a. m. Wor tooth.. of June 1RAA! whlih toI'd
be added equally. refusing to stick gum he was give us trouble !in the buds'I I ship Services 11 a m., and day of Juno, 191. I
6 35 29 7765 D3 90 49 98 47 57 9..1 63 48 33 Hated this 16th day of April.
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Enrollments at both elemen caught chewing on his forehead '7:30 Prayer Meeting.. 1068 I IOHARLKS
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and of p.
crown growth our j
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A. ARST.
tary schools next year,will go or nose. 7 36 63 66 21 198 57 124 80 114 69 92 78 68 48 young strawberry plants. They 1 Friday, 7:30: p .-Rev: L. S. rrk| of Circuit:: Count| ofTtrndfnrd

only through grade 5. The Mrs. Williamson said the need to be controlled, !in the Williams, pastor. I County. FloridaB ,
I 8 116 163 132 163 261 180 233 22.t 19R 225 191 196 92 136 -! 4t a-9a

EXPERT 9 70 109 121 145 185 145 169 191 137 175 145+ 153 83 92 |

10 fiR 62 75 80 131 65 132 111 94 108 91 80 44 70 ,.i Vote for

LAWNMOWER I Ie 11 65 45 70 108 91 90 94 110 76 132 1)2 71. 64 50


12 42 49 86 78 130 83 99 103 91 73: 125 99 47 50 "- CHARLES

13A 7R 114 99 152 156 156 145 194 107 1G0 148 169 50 84 .

ISB 10 11 26 30 21 21 30 27 23 33 18 13 17 18 //1

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14 '5 4a 74 63 91t: 69 82 100 52 68. 88 63 30 6215A. SA WYER ,


27 27 102 82_79GG M 84 85 63 128 35 38 621).11G I
REPAIRSALL I
: 24 16 42 23 66 '45 36 39 45 58 27 31 36 19
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I AT3S. 40 35 44 41 R8 47 81 61 64 72 51 49 31) 38 r IJUADFOKD COUNTY


INIAKL'S AND MODELS TOT. 053 1188 1540 1583 2518 1690 2109 215.1 1741 1967 1872 1760 1013 1091 I IDISTRICT :
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SCHOOL BOARD :

WE HAVE THE PARTS AND I
In Ihr Court of .ne. CionntyI
HIGHWAY
THE KNOW-HOW I I BAPTIST\VLES3 CHURCH I I Juiliie, IIwII'In'''...Probate" I'miiKy' Florida, I I 3 :, y yI

I In ref, Estate. of
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; I IIRNHY fo PMAKMAM* rtnnnnril ,
NAPA Morning Worship Service, 11'' '" All Crrdtlon. and P.......0'1I..lnor COUNTY
PARTS I Inltnw IwmaiifliI >> ..: WITH
or 7. I have \
6:30 I sincerely appreciate vote on May
I a. m.; Training Union : I Aitnlnut Hnlil. KutntpiI : your
and p. m.; Evening Wornnlp, '7:30: I Y"uto'". piich ut >uu err !hire.h ., .AG.ENT !
Pick-Up Delivery Service \ nll\l'I.\ und renuliPil to t prwmt YOUR
i friends and feel that door
m. made to
p. >> any/ clalmn nnd demand many new my
,,,. Y n>xx. RVr t
which or ltnnr' or you ertuvgweam
You "
Wt"i 7:30 r'
Me :
Prayer :tlna.
O'NEALS : D. m.: O A. Meeting. Wed.,I HENRY may hour pr HftnlnMt:A TtI'lA' LT.the. decaa..II ontnte. nl, door campaign has been rewarding because of these
lulu c.f KILIU, .Ciiuniy. to thiCounty
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7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal. Jii'lKu of niudrrinl, ,! ('ounty. < I .
Wed.. 7:30 Brotherhood Kl'Tliiu. HI lilx attire In the friendships.
: p. m.i; new
,,
o' roitntHi
SHELL court hoc unld I
SERVICE I meeting, list MondayIn Starko.; Plnrtrta within ill n M6ttm t 4Vx rd
calendar monthii from, the timel t, I
435 E. Madison St. each! month ltdt. David <, the first pllhlh.lttlon of thlinntlie. .,. The issues and qualifications have not changed. I
: Medelrod. ,,)a tot. Each< rlulm or detrmnd I ,
Bh.ill. he In wrltlnn. itnd HliallNtate r .
I I the of rimlflenre and
pliice
pout office HdilrimB of the. claimant believe that we need a businsslike approach to our.
end HliHll h(> .wn"O i to by ......', .N I ,
I the rlHlniHlit' III" xprnt hitattarney I :.
mBN
I unil i'jnlm ori school finances.
A Nice Way To SayHAPPY'MOTHER'S y..J.>..mu.. nil nut eoytlluld al all be 1 } George T.Hugginx. I jft z


A Rilph+ vxiriitiir, rearaall of thn T>ni and To. *nt t'flirjNIlV
tiiin

I DIY J JAt /-' ft 521Just PRAItSALL: do.-oaaod.,, A young fellow came into materials to kill nematodes In I school on the School Board and I believe we need ;

our office and said that he crops of high value per acre.I i-
had been told that "nlppln- have seen trials where yield a young and energetic' citizen to work for, our children

todes" were, eating the roots was more than doubled

in off his tomato plants. treatment was applied on a i and their education. :

Tremendous Soil from around a single portion of some field.
Savings strawberry plant has had Just a few of our most common
three to five different kinds and destructive nemato I would appreciate your vote and support, on May

V 'and up to 900 of a single kind des Include the: I I

GIANT l 19 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER ;. of these soU parasites screened 1. Belonolaimus gracllls. I, 28th. ...;
from !it. This >is the sting nematode '"
that causes most of our trouble
282 Ibs. Frozen Food Space j'N A few years ago a leading insure children of the education
IN -- --; f- 'l chemical company reportedthat In our strawberries. It was Help our they
; first found strawberry
injuring
1 the day was fast approaching
11 cu. ft. Refrigerator ; + ,rF I when we would be; plants in 1950 !In the Plant deserve. 1

Adjustable Shelves ., I' fi'jhtlnu! crop Insects and parasites City area }
in the ground more 2. The root knot nematodoi I
i ',t"iln than we would above the Include several different kindof

Easy Terms ground. Seems ]like that day species They cause calls one I VOTE FOR CHARLES SAWYER !

r ., I.. 'I 1 1la I is about here.Microscopic. I the roots 111 most cases. This
$549.
() ,
Frost Free ii parasites called I Is probably the most widespread i

nematodes are now considered species of nematodes (pd. pol. adv.) :
i :r
LESS TRADE rl inI
80.00AIRCONDITIONER one of the state's most serious They give us most trouble I 1

pests. They can bo found in crops like tobacco pepper --

l ,.. soils almost: anywhere because

!II1J11r $4f 9.00 i< ./' I species there are that so feed many on different different

p-., }' kinds of plants. We usually T.ERWILLEGAR MOTORS!
think of nematodes only in
I
authentic lamps the soil. They are also found
above ground In water and
I
maybe other places we think
SALE of
yesterday little about. Plant nematodesfeed

in the buds, stems and
handfashionedby leaves but the larger number I

I feed !in or on the roots and
5,000 BTU 99 13,000 BTU e SPECIAL
$ $209 other structures that grow below SERVIE

the ground.
6,000 BTU $159 14,000 BTU $219 1 1 Soil samples can sometimes

.,be misleading because populations -
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8,000 BTU $189 17,000 BTU $239 ,. can vary over short I

Fenton captures pleasantly- periods of time. Just tills past j ANY MAKE OR MODEL CAR OR TRUCK
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18,500 BTU $259 remembered moods of the pastIn 'week we found nematodes:: on u.

lovely antique lamps, each tomatoes. sweet corn peas, i
strawberries and We
faithfully reproduced by hand. pepper :
Choose from different styles have found nematodes on suB j We have purchased the newest finest y; ''
:
HURRY-JUST $$20 DOWN AND, $10 I and colors including everpopular ar grass cane ornamental pine seedlings plants lawn)and i I' $

Fenton Milk Glass. Come : Weaver Headlight Adjusting Ma
fruit trees. Could also name i .
In and see our new Fenton other crops and a wide variety" '

PER MONTH. lamps with their bright, com of garden crops.. I, chine, approved by Florida Highway

I plementary accessories. You'll Even though chemical control

be amazed at what one of methods are very useful Patrol. Have your headlights adjust.ed .
Free Estimates On Your Cooling Needs At these antique lamps can do to and helpful, they seldom kill

brighten! !!your home all the nematodes. Results are today and save time and money, '
often spectacular !In Increased: ,.! l

and plant growth and yields. The and be for the which I
SLADE GAS APPLIANCESPhone BULLIHGTOHSTUDIO 'important, consideration is ( ready inspection ;

that the Increased yield must ;

'96"-7701 :.132 I: West!' Madison: Street l & Gin-: SHOP 'm bo worth the cost of. utirur thi goes into effect June 1. ...., '
terl.11. Serious coruldemition -

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BRADFORD CGTTNTT TELEGRAPH.: 8T RKID. FLORID' ,* THURSDAY. MAT 9. 19C
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Section 1 Pare SI*

General Election. 'claim or demand must b* In CALL FOR per cent of the contract price. ford County, Florida and ..,,11.
writing and roust. .atat thtt Dine in5O'I'at'a Afi c*.tt or fauure on the part Board. hall be the .01.. Judge
For Florida Public Service. plaoe of residence and feet office TO COMTRACTORADid of the successful bidder to of much qualifications.. Th. Board
Property Listings Drop'J addrena of the claimant. C loelaic Date: execute a contract and contract of rounty Commlmilon, ot
{ Rental>> Commissioner; the vou.was 21 and must b* sworn to by theclelmant Tim: 1It1f: o'clock. P.M. B.D.T. bond within ten oonseeutlva calendar Bradfoul l OIl"tY.1o'lorlda, rttr.m -
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for Ray. C. Oaborne, and 10 for hln I agent or his attorney Dor..ohl..d.Nut: I"<.. ) 20 Jun. OHD days. after receipt uf notice .* the. rig-ht to waive In-
or U will become void la hereby given I thai of I the award of rnntructthe forniallUcH, In any bid and toccppt
martial Desaocnes. Oaborn/e tile|
/ Hoard of County Commlaftlon .- check bid bond shall be bid It connld-
or whIch
luw.WllHon any
according to .
i After Board Voi 'rI won the nomination and, will H. TarltonILHON *m. of Hrndford County, retained by the Uourd of County arc. to be the lowest responsible
Chamber Florida will receive ncnlcil. ....... .
hlilHuntil .
\\B>y .... face 'the Democratic nominee, Administrator H. TARI/TON of the. Estate ot 2-00: OTInck. P.M. U.D.T.in County> iuiw.Florida of.as liquidated Bradford bitlH.bid and to reject any and all

I Cjff Jess Yarbrough, In November, J. P. Tarltn-n. dnovafledKuH ( 86 June, liHIN -it the off lea. of damages for such failure othuiwlxe '"- FOR!
Ih.> Clerk or Ill>' Circuit Court the check or bid bond shall 1HW BOARD OP COUNTT
,"1 No Republican votes were ene F. BhawKUUBNI '
"Rental housing listings will and. therefore, objected( to the!,I Vo-Tech School Principal L r recognition. Presidentelect ca&t here for or against .the !} P. SHAW Hoiixe In the at iiradforrl" Stark,County Florida.Court At. be No returned bidder to the withdraw bidder hi. COMM1SSIONEB8BRADFimp: COUNTY
may ,
TiyT longer be- carried; by the Chamber handling them. T. Oglesby to meet with Loyiee Cocomlse dId the lion- School Superintendent Amend Stark.142 WeSt, Florida Ctt.ll Hliet aid time all bliln. received will bid for a period of sixty days FLORIDA

: .Cb' 'nl el' of Commerce, the The other five local realty! sjhool ofliclals June 17 or 20 uis ment. Attorney; for Administrator .aloud he publicly In the Pourt opened Room and of read thy after thereof.All the date.. attt tut the OpenIng Bv Kit: : Offlclo CHARLES Clerk A, ut DARBY Said ,
decided lastrTQiursday handle rental to discuss changes In the vocational 4/26 4t fi-ie rtrnMfonl County .
:: i.&riard ot Directors firm do not Court House work shall be done In accordance Board'
curriculum business Starke!! Florida for the furnishing with I Plans I aueclflcatloiia -I 5-2 HI 69THE
definitely
: May 2. after being property listings" and are -
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
iv' rorNTV Jl'unrra' COURTIN of' all materials and labor and contract documents,
: IfrJfit* a tprlvabe firm performa not interested In do- they think may be desirable to Republicans I Sunday SerVices: Sunday AND FOR UntDKOIU>, and finnnrriKtlon. of the follow relative thereto aa prepared b)' -- -
make students more employ- fOUNTV. FLORIDA ing hullillng In Bradford Coun Fiank George, Arthlteit Pa
ing Pats
so. They
-tIJtilo&.seJ'viC'e reported.
:, ; raver, Gurney School, 9:45: a. m. MorningWorship. In no:. KHtate of ty. Florida: .... Florida. Plans, specifications : SOUTHSIDECIIUKCII
fP' bb: Relations Committee had no objection to the able. 10:45: a. m. Evening VICTOK S. CA PANEt.t..A. IN'I'IW: RT'IOI'MR FOR and contract tiuuumtmt.
U after Chamber carrying them.Board DeMded t to:>> continue Its resistance :.n Vote Here i deo..aflfrd. IIHAI>l--OMft COIj; T"'. FLOflIDi. may be examined at thn offlie OF CHRIST
l'"t'\otAIt'm\ Ernest Patz, a Midweek
: n I Service. 6:30: p. m. NO'IICH TO CRKDITORH' HTAHKR. KC.URIOA ..1 II... Cletk of the Circuit
: S"I'\II\ ))'. told the Chamber Member Jonn Torodf. to the four per cent Service Wednesday 7:15: p. All oredltora of the estate of According tn 1 pianH) and apoclflnatlona ,. Court (Courthouse Building) InStarke .
-agJ8.rtt Strout who felt sales tax on membership dues Only 41 of Bradford County Victor S. Campanula. deeea..ed. on file In the ffloe Florida or at the office Invites YOUTo
that one the should
agency, Chamber minister.
no registered Republlc- m. -Charles Reese. are hereby notified. and requiredto of the Clerk' of the Circuit of the Architect. 108 North Palm
i 44ty. handles rental listings continue to handle] rental listings of clvtj clubs even though the tile any claims or demands Pr>urt at Htarke' Florida Anv Avenue. In Palatka. Florida.
when the first Chamber: Is,flxemt::, unfer: ar .ru. ViSiteu me pjlls m lues-' which they may have against hid received after 2:00: O'Clock One set of Much plan. nnd. ron Hear
r subject that: day's primary election. .aid< eState. In the off lie of the P.M. E.l>.T. 80 .Tune 1908 will tract documents and forum, tot)
ruling
; rame up several weeks ago attorney general's I IIn Cr unty JudgHor Bradford County. not be conHlilered All bidc must bidding be \I.
mav secured
)
colors.
t all ;
I SEE was the first to exempts any organization tha the race foi: Republican MAGIC MARKERS Florida, ,la tile CourthouMat ; he for 'Ii,.. full construction of general f'ontr'ctors' from, the office THE GOSPELOF
p->. speak up does not provide recreatlona nominee for U. S. Senator. .-At The Telegraph. Starke. Florida. within alxcalendar cull building according to the of the chltect hy depositIng .. -
U] I II when he found a private firm .. 29 votes ,to monlha from the dnte Diana and ,upeelflcHtluns. Bidsfor therewHi, '''KI.00. Th.i d.. CHRIST
I handles them. I ""I".q. MPT. NVak:) note they gave of the first publication rof tillsnotlca. portions of nu,'h construction posit from general crrfit ractwre.
eol" that the present law expireIn dward J. burney, and 12 toHel'man 'n.ltt.. Cnnaty> Judire'a (VnvtOt Each claim, or demand will not Im nnnaldered.Kfch will be ri'-ii uled up..... j I must b.. In writIng, nnd mu.' bid mtiNt be 8:30 Sunday Morning\
If someone offers the ser- W. Goldner Gurney llmd .r.l! County. Florida.Ij accompan of a bun iflde bid a inn return
I 196i and that it could ,}be I Prolii.fe. No. State the plae or residence. and led l hv a certlfleil, ,check rashIxr'ft of said r.I"l: ",t and ('nnt"Rc.t" d"<.u.
NEIGHBOR"I vioe, let them do It, Torode changed by the Legislature tt I won the nomination In statewide In n!..: Kntate. of J, P. Tarl- pest o'floe address. of the claimant ihoik. nf lid, <1 bond In the merits. 'hi J Kml condltlun within, I WPXE Radio Dial 1490
said "It's certainly a aervlcethat's voting. 'on. DpoeaHRd and mulct be sworn to bv amount of five p.'r' cent of the ten dn"M ,ifter the dale set for
-2t-.1! needed In I Include any organization I JJOTICB TO CREDITORSAll the claimant. his' agent, or his base bid us guarantee. that the the opening, of hide.1 1 If generalcnnractors ",
I this area. "Silence means consent" Novak For Justice of the Supreme creditors or the eatat.. of attorney or It will become void bidder. If awnrdod. the contract : desire more than one Worship Service
with The Board voted unanimously I. P. TAKt/rON, daoeamd. are acoorUlnw to law. will. within ten consecutive let of such plan and speclflcatln .
voice to have said. Court Group 2, the vote was >i3relV notif''" "nd re'" -.. '- April 28. 1D8S. calendar. duvs, after written *, these. may be obtained. by Sunday, 11:00: A.M.
I d 'U Jim Watson by the ,-Wa.a told that Mgr. Novak I 19 for David L. McCain. and rue any claim or demands MARIO CAMPANEOvA notice being, ,given of cuebaward. paying the cost. of duplicationat
t%.* Chamber office discontinuethe McCain which they i Administrator of the JCstnt enter Into a written contract the rate of $1.00 per sheet.
And On listings and to refer future haa received no committments 17 for Ellis S Rubin. mid estate In the office ot th. of Victor 3. Campanella, with the Board of County for drawings, and $7.50 per set Itible Study Sunday
:iai: from local officials to attend won the nomination and will County Judge of Bradford County. deceased Commissioners ef Bradfordfnimtv. for specifications. plus handling
I -MAY 13 1968 calls to the realty agency. conference for the face Democratic nominee J. Plnrltla In th i'..nrthuu"e Thomas & Pl.rc.Attorneys Florida, In accordance charges, which will not be refunds SC A.M. and 7 P.M.
I the regional I it Starka Florida, within alx with the accepted .bid and give .hie. ;
li* Chamber Manager Pete Novak National Committee of the C. Adklru Jr in the November' nlo.lnimonth' from the frat p O Drawer 1019Starke a. contract Surety Bond .satlsf Bidders qualifications must be 3 Ml.\ South )n US 30JI
,--Hear Special GuestVT said handling the listings Council on Clime and Delinquency publication of this notice. Each Florida ctc.w to "iM rnard In an satisfactory. to the Board of I
itt S-23 amount equal to one hundred County Commissioner of IJrad- .
11 I R1..: required some work but did to be held! in Atlanta

not work a hardship on the '.. ,0 .
May 17 arf 18. Novak: said 't,2 '
; George Chamber office. He first he had ap"ronclwd" both the i

ought up discontinuing the City Council nfl County: Commission _ii ate
t : service several weeks ago. as Instructed. ll find ;

li? MugginsCJ" In other action the Chamber -
;1 Board: -Wa toll: that County it in the'ism

., Commissioner Buck Norman ,1 _
-Okayed the minuutes of and City CJUncllman: Gerald a- -
:! ; Bradford County ''he Executive T1-
Board Including; Williams woud! attend a FlorIda --' I

: Agent Manager Pete Novak's participation Crown Council area semInar -
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REPAIRS Lawn mowers, FOR SI.LEAzaleas, shrub-
2j in the American
Wednesday, May 8. In
C.' 6:45 A.M. Chamber of Commerce Execu Jacksonville on industrial de I small outboard motors. Phone bery, geraniums, Big Boy and
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tives' Association group comprehensive velopment. If you find your name among the Classified Ads, 964-7261 374 N. Cherry St. Beef Steak tomato plants. Mrs.

hospitalization and 4tp 5-9 V. R. Ferguson. Ralford Road'
,I II on medical The Heflit-" fiat 1067 Bradford come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO I Phone 964-6227. '
,I POWERFUL insurance'plan. Strawberry Queen Patty Hen- I SECRETARY WANTED -

I f Chamber's portion of,the polIcy dley of Ocala used Bradford FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- I Full time; ,typing necessary. FOR RENT Furnished 1

; AfHANNEL 12 will be $9.SO ver mpnth County strawberries as the Apply Gilman Paper Co., St. craroom. house. Renner Apts.
s and Novak's $1565 for gfr total Theatre Passes In. Mary's Kraft Dlv., Maxvllle,
,I WFGA-TV iib'e"t for her required one 633 McMahone, Phone 964-
of Illness
$10.001)per
I coverage mimit! speech In the State Fla. Phone 289.2911 for appointment 6279. tfchg
member of the family, per -' I
1; JACKSONVILLE r"I' r>"">-finpnt of Agriculture' .. .... .. tfchg
12 month period. r- : : : :, .'" I FOR RENT-Furnished
Sunflavoc Pageant at the Festival A FIOW Construction Jotu now VOlt PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration BachII |
ti Received' ft, vtqiiest\ : !a t from of Florida Foods In Or- open. Aluo other. forma of am Service. Hume and I FOR RENT ,- 2 bedroom 5 I lor apnrtment $50 ti mo. Ren-!

II. lando. ployment. Register at Central Commercial. Phone 473-3090.--- loom house:. dote In. Piefer nor Apts. 633 McMuhone.

i 1 F--, ... I' -Learned from BIT1 Committee Bookkeeping: & Employment P. O. Box 19. Keystone. tfchg elderly couple. Phone 964-COS8. Phone JI64-6279. t tfchg,

How to get cash if I Chairman Bud Mlzel' \'O'A"" :fEIt Starke.Service Fla.118 $J. Court 2tchg, St.0-9, APARTMENTS' : for rent furnlahed. 1tchg I

i that a meeting will! be set \ Utilities furnished. Call LABEL MAKERS, from FOR RENT In Starke, attractive -
.. IT'S MOVING DAY
with Architects Don Morgar '" '' '' '' ''' MOBFLE' : HOMTC, used, 2--bedroom 964-6852.. trchg $9.95- Bradford County Tele-! 2 bedroom furnished
i.I and Frank George for a discussion ,' '' 1 1I and Ibath.-Ideal for sum graph. Ph. 964-6301. Move Insurance cottage. Good location. Also
'
: income ;your !!
,your/ stopped tomorrow of restoration of th' PAINTSimam .. mer c.amp.! Call 473-4178 or THANK YOU NOTES--Beau- i I unfurnished house in the coun-
downtown The BIT 473-4186. 5.23 I NEW MOBILE HOMES, Chic-: business to "The Man try. W. H. Nollman. tfchg-
area .. ... ,....,.... ..._ 4tchg tifully engraved la gold or
One out of every three men over 35 will be disabled before Committee and ''owntowr: ..- "'. .r'" silver. 91.25: for box of 29, In- 'kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy- i!' from Keystone"George

65. One out of Ilirec. Can you afford to fee one of these? merchants will meet with thr ... '..tOf. .. ; : !! : Jt;' .8"t'iJ'f "-, FOR RENT -I' ,fipactaua 2 cluding1 envelopes.. Bradford Clemaon, Layton travel tra.1l-1 j HELP WANTED Male or

tt' you wpr unable l to work duo to sickness or accident architects. ; ': ( '; bedroom, attractively! furnished County Telegraph. tf ers' Liberty, Taylor, Azalea. E. LaRue Female. WatkIns product

Where would your money come from For how long Decided on recommendation ; downstairs apartment' on Walnut !- Buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing INSURANCE needs good sales person for

I" Vould It be enough to rover all E SJ of Membership Chair- ;i :: r St.B64-7831.Call Mrs.; J. W. 'Kin FORf RENT Kingsley Lake, free set up and de AGENCYAuto Bradford County. We assure

man Clyde Terwlllegar to ,,, ,, cald tfclvg 2 houses, furnished (with modern livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER Fr! Homeowners. $10000 per week from Ita t. ;
I It #;penscs : postpone' the procosed mem- I ,, .I.fS".iI i-.' FOR RENT 1 bedroom attractively conveniences: private docks.I MART. INCT.. 6912 Blandlng, I If Interested write M. R. Jenkins -
t I I "@ ,I', I Make 'reservations Jax. 771-8776. tfchff I LIFE & ACCIDENT Watkins Products Inc.
Nationwide Innuranre ran Hen that you r4j; bership drive until the current "'dd., ..,.,.: furnished cottage on now for ,

gel tiro caxh you need. Pi at Ion wide'* churl" drives and electionsare ." ';,1i.j. Walnut Street. ,Call 'Mrs. J. June July, and August. Call IJSED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned II Keystone", Height 473-4C92 'I Memphis, Tenn. Stp 0-9: 1. '

Ouarantor Income Plan makes sure over. : : "'' W. KIncaid, 9647831. tfchg 263-4477. Box 4O5, Baldwin. $15 up. 10 different 'I'
; Fla. 'Mrs. .
Agin. Stp 5-10
y'dur family has cash when disability Heard County Agent : :'. ,'S -:r. I| name brands to cliooae from. 1 '

,, Mops your regular Income. Nationwide' .. George Hujrglhs report that :..S": .0' .pp I o' j, ._ _) HASTINGS OTATTRESS 'ADDING MACHINES Manual Parts & excellent repairs alf No. 670 E-Z $140 per mo. income I GARAGE ,\
.. $850 down buys these
the poor strawberry crop re- .. & UPHOLSTERY> WORKS makes. KIR3T SALES A
Guarantor Income Plan ? electric. For sale
pay youfrom or or
0 ."H' flOO t. $800 month according rent. Add, subtract, credit bal-
njt high school and FOR
town center. RENT
ditions this spring does not U" 1 villa 376-7110. tfchg
Furniture Repaired Bradford Tele- I
to the plan rlioone. And benefits eflee.- County
NO.
you '' 741SCENIC RETREAT
start SO after disabled 1- mean the end of berries In ,: _,:':;'''' d" ') Upholstered & Refinished graph. MIMEO STENCILS and Ink. 528 S. Walnut St.
can days you are Bradford:! County. Growers are MATTRESSES REBUILT' j l lINSTJKANCE ,I on sand botton lake and park
and continue to 05 for sickness '' Duplicating .machines and with 2 Bedroom: bungalow on Include
up age Bill Powell already making plans to secure large showroom
New InnereprinRsand
: and life for accident o'ants for next season and t2iih 'i ,AT, REDUCED RATES supplies. Bradford CountyTelegraph. huge shaded lot. Cool'summer large work shop, two offices -
Phone 964846Vili Tp ; Box Seringa' I
the' shipping coop with Amer- U. "AUTO, lIThE BOAT -t' breeZes. Convenient to shop- large parts room
Drop A Card Call
Chll me today for more details about 404 W.1 Madtaosj ican Foods will be continued. ,; Jn1: k! PALATKA EA K-916A or / .;,DOYLE E. CONNER to ping. Would you believe $5-, paint room and adequate

I 'Nationwide' Guarantor Income Plan. Starke, Fla. Decided to postpone discussion I URS. INStJRANJCB AGENCY DID YOU KNOW It's easy 600? Desire Just a lot ?-$1,- Htorage space.! Large park-
J i iI PEGGY SIIALI.J.RJI)9 !: own a Longchamp Home?
j ft t of Industry AppreciationWeek i I 200. Ing area In rear. Somehea.vy
The from Nationwide is side I : ) B. Adkbis St. tfchgPUMPS Better built) for Florida liv
O' man on your untU the June board I.. ..;. T .., ", .. .. .. __' Start, Agent ing. Your plans or ours. I STROUT REALTY equipment, Includinghoist
meeting. 2117 N. Temple Ave.. press, valve grinding
.X i NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Began lining up members togo ''I Your lot or ours. contact Bu- Starke Fla. I machine! brake drum lathe,

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company on a second industrial CLASSIFIED AD RATES 1 TYPEWRITER RENTALS; .. NEW AND USED'SALESI'ARTSSERVICE ford Mitchell phone 8646833. ((904)) 964-6609 and tune-op machine.
I L> week P. O. Box 238, Starke
ay or month.-Bradford -
_Home Office: Columbus, Ohio prospecting tour to New York Up to 15 words ____ 1.25 ) > tfC:1a !MRS. ED PREVATT

:. ;City May 27 to June 1. This Minimum, lmrge) Ii I County Telegraph.. Phone I Deep & Shallow Wells!'! I FACTORY EXPERIENCEDSeamstresses
trip will also be In cooperationwith 1964-6S05. tf -I needed. Start at 1420 W. Pratt St.

the Jacksonville's Cham- Eath word over 13 __ .07 \ Water Softeners & Filters Phone 961-7467
REAL ESTATE JIMMY: : MOORE'S $1 60 hour plus piece rate. Air-
ber's Committee of 100 which Extra charge If not I 83 ACRES UNIMPROVED ,Expert Service On ,I conditioned working area.

: City Fish and Meat Market Is attempting to secure Indus- paid In advance ____ ..36Memorials PRICED TO SELL All Makes : SUN SPORTS ;Health and retirement Insur- I
: try for a group of northeast I BUY- SELLTRADE'; Phone 964-7061 ance. Ring Manufacturing Co. ADD MACHINE ROLLS.

: Brownlee St. Florida counties with the Idea Resolutions BILL POWELL\ DURRANCE PUMP 'j MOORE\ BOAT FOR I 302 N. W. 6th St.. Ph. 372- File Folders, complete line office -

that Jacksonville will benefit Real Estate AND, SUPPLY CO. I YOUR MONEY ,3378, Gainesville, Fla. supplies. The Telegraph.
with the development of present Starke Ph. 064-5791 2tchg 5-9 Ph 964-6305.
7 cents word
\WEEKEND SPECIALS rural areas.Presented per I 404 W. Mndlscn St. SERVICE -

the 1967-68 I Phones: Off. 964B464COMER'S CARL BEGGS SPECIAL ARE YOU planning aa extra
CARDS OF THANKS STARTING new classes for
to home
,
room ,
your garage
Bradford Hleh Star Student 13' & 14' Fiberglass FishIng -
II I
Gulf Service remodel, make repairs? If our late comers. Tap. Ballet,
the Instructor I I Boat from $265.00.: Ski or
Harold Bowen and 50 words or lefts _- 3.00 LAKBVTOW' Beach Acre etc. Ph. 964-7098.
tfchg
u. S. GOOD BEEF so, call Buford Mitchell, Long-
t. from :
who he named as and Cottages, at Earleton Cottages Rigs 59600.
Fuel Oil | champ Construction! for Free
-
Each word over 50 .07 -
Chuck Roast or contributing most to his education '- ? reserved week or month.
Estimate. Phone 9646853.: FOR SALE
Fishing! tackle
,,
STEAK LB. 59c Foster Bbl Smith with Parking $1.00 per car. Swim or USED PARTS tfchg worms, minnows and crickets.
t awards of achievement and SILVER SANDS LAKE picnic free. Phone 468-1129 Top Price for Wrecked 1Car.H' MIMEO STENCILS, and and Ink. Day or night. Lester Prevatt,

iCLUB STEAK B79 $2,700 to $3.500 Waldo. 12tchg 6-27 ; : Hour Wrecker Servte supplies.Duplicating Bradford machines County 613 W. Weldon St.

I Don't Be GATOK nONE LAKE FOR SALE' -3 pt. disc harrow AAA 8 A H Green Stamps Telegraph.- 1 Used Mowers Push or Ride 2tp 5-16
Round Hwy. 301 N. WJdo We, Trade We RepairFIRESTONE '
'
$3,575 to $1,275 ,
6i/ ; 8' drag disc- har- Telegraph.FOR .
'I iSHOULDER STEAK LB. 79c' DECEIVED EASY TERMS: row, $60; Power corn shelter 448IOTSSPRCIAUZINO I : I TYPEWRITERS: Manual or

$60; 10" Hammermlll, $65: .2- SALE 3 bedroom, 2 Free Pick Up ServiceIn Electric. For sale or rent. -
See S. E. McKay row in sales of bath concrete block home in City Bradford County Telegraph.
Covington 420
planters, ;
ALL MEAT STEW LB. 69c My Advertised Prices!! Real Estate and In
Keystone Heights 1 bottom drag plow, $20; 2 appraisalsfor Saratoga Heights. Phone 964- Phone 964-7592
Total, cost of contract. Is 473-4710 473-im estates. corporate and Individual tf QUICK SALE: 3 BR. 2 Bath

or bottom plow' for Farmall A or 7369 or 964-5859 after 5 p. m.tfchg.
IBRISKET 'STEW LB. 39c I I'IRJB what you actually pay. Get l-honei: 473-4JUB I C. $2:); 10' Spike tooth baNIow. .' owners. 30 years experience Cement Block home. Low down
the REAL FACTS' before in Florida land mat payment. In city. Call 964-6897.

STEW LB. 43c I you sign. Our payments are and.calves.$40; Angus Logan bull.1/4 ml.3 cdjva So.. ters. 'A. J. Thomas, Realtor CAREY'S FLORIDA TRAD- USED; FURNITURE lip
from *8 to $15 l month AND APPLIANCES
per Fla.
Starke. and
WANTEDCASH tfchg ERS: Antiques bought ;
T oil \ less, with the same down Waldo U. S. :301. UPHOLSTERING WANTED Baby sitting In
j Smoked orFRESH payment and number of I Itp FOR, RENT 3 room and sold. Top cash paid for Fine I II my home during the day. See

PICNICS LB. 39c months to pixy- S per rent PAID bath 'furnished cottage. Phone96433't FurnitureGlassware.. Hwy 17, FENNELL'S Mrs. TaUman. 519 St. Clair
.1 bank financing. No hiddencharges. SERVICE STATION attendant tfchg Oreen Cove Springs Blanding I St. lip

'.1SUc d or Hunks Ten top nuuiufucurer Good Clean Cotton Rags (wanted, good wages* must ."apply ,, Blvd. Orange Park. tfchg BARGAIN CENTER
represented.LOW. I In person. Jimmy Moore's FOR SALE-CBRICK HOUSE 1i' MI. So. 301 Starke RULED LEGAL PADS.
tsMOKED BACON LB. 39c No Khakis, Wool or Gulf Starke.' Itchg SEVERAL GOOD USED AddIng I Steno Notebooks. Order Book.,
3 bed-
ready for
[ occupancy.\ '
Scraps.!'! Machines for sale electrics etc. Bradford County Tele ,
[ Tooth 'Hi' bath. Treated.
!FreJh land Just subtraction credit bal
FOR SALE 12 acres ; graph. I
: OVERHEADDoes BRING TO on SR-100 ,between 'Lake But* outsIde of city limits In ance. Bradford County Telegraph
BOSTON BUTTS LB. 49c Prompt Service
Plnebreeaa. Easy monthly YELLOW
ler and Lake City. Has high tf 1 YAMS slips for sale.

It! Bradford County way frontage,deep.well, pecan terms. Loogchamp Const Co. Contact Leon Dlcandla Bes-
ar-n-Qu '
For
Fresh trees, pines "- convenient ,to Contact Bufoid Mitchell FOR RENT 2 bedroom, For Repairs sent Road or call 9647494.

PARE RIBS LB. 59c The Owners Telegraph hunting reserve.. Ph. 964-6364. pone 964-6853. P. O. Box frame house township of Lake atp :sia_ !

Dad afWTJrad "' .3tp 0-23 218: Sfearke (1..1'1"_ _. Geneva. Jas. E. Akrldge, Rt. LARGE OR SMALL W

NECK BONES Drive The Trucks. 'FOR. RENT-1 bedroom fur- 1, Box TOY Keystone Heights, QUALITYPLUMBING i ANTF.Dcctl1"1lte typist, 4 to 5 hrs.experienced dally.

TURKEY NECKS CHG ALL SIZES ONDISPI.AY MULTI-ROOM\ COMFORT Ished house and 2 bedroom unfurnished Itp Kingsley Lake or your home.Rt. .
19
house. 308 S. Water.Ph. FOR RENT 2 br. Apt. CO. 1 Box: 361 Starke. Phone

:: MAWS LB. 8 10 WIDES 964-6785. tfrhg utilities furnished $15 per 533-2381. lip
I
week. Millard Judd. 117 Lafayette
-
1/ BATHS fl flAIR BOAT FOR SALE Lone St. Phone 964-5951. Ph. 9645039FOR I ADD !MACHINE ROLLS".
II
i AND EXPANDABLES 4"FEDDERS Star 14-ft. fiberglass runalbout Itch I File Folder complete line office
LB. tOc"Yre"Sfi *
FEET
.
; P1q w'th 30 hp Evlnrud $-193. supplies.The Telegraph.

[ Clifford Martin HELP WANTED ,
Expert-
LAKE GENEVAMOBILE 9647378.It SALE Ph 964-6305.
Ground Modern.,& spacious -
chg enced farm tractor or truck
HAMBURGER LB. 39c DOES IT .* -n driver. Call J. R. Raulerson CB home 3 b. R., IV4 FOR SALE Large Mort-

HOMES TWO LARGE loti cleared. Starke 473-4456. ltp bath, large D. R, w. Fireplace, gage Co. has 3 BR house out

;,cotiiitry I Nlce.: ., utility shed. Crystal Florida room. Patio, Ut. R., city limits 1 mile. Low down
uNd1 BEST n : Lake, Homesltea, Lots 77 A WANTED -Experienced maid. Carport C. H. A C. In city! payment ard low monthly

MOKED SAUSAGE LB. 69c ALE S n I J 79. Cypress Rd. 9150000.: 10% gardener now lawns 2 carpenters choice location, 17000. Only payments. Phone Jacksonville

C3BBlBiMBBC3 I 1 Down. Ph. 964_7733. ltp build dock. Kingsley Lake, $800 Dn. Ph. 964- 388. collect 388-0161.

One mile S.E. Keystone Rt 1 Box 361. Phone 533-2381. 2tchg 616_' 3tchg 5-23

:; Market Route \WiNKLER! ELECTRIC INC. I OFFICE 'FURNI'nJ'RE-Uled.' It chg
gJY Fish and Meat Heights on 100. excellent condition reoa.aon"able. COME PICK Your Own Blackberries FOR SALE 26 in. girls bicycle

OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 964-7825: or writeP. FO RSAjLE 30.06 Rifle with 25c quart. Route 1. >$U; Badminton setnetand

: 'U Brownlee St. Phone 473-4320 231 1 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-7598:" O.:-Box 516, Starke, Fla. scope. Ph. 964-6364. box 170-C Bethel Church R4.Itchg; 4 good rackets '8. 200 E.

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:, BTARKH. FLORIDATHURSDAY, MAY 9, 1968 SECTION 2 PACE ONE

I -i' ',' I I'lur,
.. been standing out long the)

:hIlL sl x room temperature may cause I

the colder milk: to sour.
.nMfI
II', So many years. have passed

1 "terI since I left my beloved peopleat
,
Clay Hill and my school-

house. Many changes have

I I taken place, but clear In my
Bradford Voters Come
Through Again
> BarQessolr mind is the way the children

t looked that last day, the great
In spite of seeming indifference Judge Adkins is now in his ? water oaks with the mossdraping

fourth of the ,. A.r ,4tJ' the branches, and as I
during the campaign period, Bradford year as judge Wherein uilved:
Spring has took the train out to the state
crossed the wood bridge I said
.' County voters always come Eighth Judicial Circuit. In 20 In the north, tractors hum in of Nebraska, here I married "
through in the clinches and Tues of private practice as an "goodbye little yellow stream
years the fields, mushrooms are in Don O-, Mohr and never re- where I washed hair and
day's turnout was no exception.The assistant attorney general, and as n the woods and the wild fttwers turned to teach or go to college looked into the lazy my waters ona

quietness of the preelection former Alachua County Court of e /'., bloom everywhere. "v .as.1 had planned. How- hot August afternoon when

period led some observers to Record judge, he has compiled the y :c'. .1 "Have you walked beneath,4he, ever-1.;was happy with Don. :1;: came from school. The air.

predict the county would vote less legal background required for the / at T 1 blossoms in the Spring? \ ami. n.verwas sorry was hot but the water so cool.

than half of its total strength,. office he sought. Beneath the apple blossoms in ,VEGETABLE! [from Nebras- Forever etched on my memoryare

but when the figures were tabulated lie is recognized as one of Flori the Spring? .,. Ial l ) Dice 1 cup celery; 4 radishes my days In Florida at Clay

Tuesday' night, the total da's most prolific legal writers, When the pink cascades .were 1 cup up find. V4 cup fruit Hill and I am so thankful I
falling cocktail 2 carrots cut fine 4
: ; had the privilege of being
vote was 3,965 in the highcountsheriff's including among his many works And the silver brockets\ apfrles) diced. Salt and pepper
with those belove children,''
race, a whopping 73 per "Florida Criminal Law and Pro- brawling \aste B tablespoons
'Its'!, : !tot ; sugar and I have never ceased to
cent of the total 5,504'Democratic cedure, which has' become a And the cuckoo bird is callingIn :2 tablespoons v I n e g a r. love them and my school and

registration.This handbook for trial judges and at- tf fi the spring"j.. Mix altogether and set In the all at Clay Hill My stay there

is a very respectable fig torneys.On f I can look out my window rerigeraf: r awhile, Mary says those years made my life com

ure especially for an "off year" the basis of incomplete returns & : and see two apple trees loaded good any,meal], plete.

election and the county can Tuesday night, it appearedthat with bloom. The old orchard ;HELPFUL HINTS: If you My love to all. God Bless

well be proud for showing its Judge Adkins had won the where I walk and get apples, have lilt, dye or other stub- You Everyone.

keen interest at the polls, as it has race statewide, and Bradford In the Autumn should be In ,born spots on your hands, rubvigorously LOVE LURA.
full bloom. The
toblns .
in voters be of the have with dry dirt and
previous elections through the can proud part) nests In
so many trees and
,
scrub with soap and water. Do
years. they played in putting a man of sing so happily each morningas Metal "
not pour the milk: from the SIGNS, all kinds. or
A bouquet is certainly due to I his impressive legal backgroundon day breaks.It Is so wonderful pitcher]: back In the carton If Cardboard The Telegraph.

the workers at the county's 17 the highest court in Florida, to be In Indiana when I.. f*'

polling places for the rapidity with Bradford also gave its nod of Spring comes, the snow banks

which they reported returns Tues: (approval to Bob Saunders, clean- melt away, then the winds FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC: MHABUJTATIOM:: PROGRAM

day night, having the completevote cut, youthful Gainesville businessman Taking Him To The Cleaners blow to dry up the mUd! and '.U.
in 10:15 in the race for State Senate make the leaves unfurl. lUke I'
by : only three ,
hours and 15 minutes"art r' .this District 7, and in his good show- road to take and my back.walks I have down been the a1C otopics' P.i

polls closed at 7 o'clock. ing here there should be a lesson
Just walking two miles. OnceI
The fact that the count went for future politicoes. The lesson FARMER'SA DIARYthe walked the 3V4.miles I have

off without a hitch in any precinct would seem to be that voters are so many days since I came.,,.to i

may be attributed to the thorough tired of pie old-time bickering be- !good rain last weekend outstanding flower exhibitsIn Indiana. :

schooling of the poll workers by tween candidates and are readyto brought some relief from the this part of the state, and This morning I did not wake

Supervisor df. Elections Neva embrace those with a fresh, prolonged dry spell, but more this time It will feature garden up until seven o'clock. I wentto !4 By PAUL C. TORARIiIt

'Flynn and her capable staff. new approach, who talk more Important, seemed .to be a roses, so you can pick up bed before 9'o'clock last Editor. Information Services 5

The smoothness and rapidity about themselves and their aspi- break In weather which may some tips on the growing of night too, but It was so good

t with which the ballots count- rations and accomplishments than provide almost dally show- roses and see some wonderful Just to lie there and snooze:\; ..Have;: you ever wondered tatlon Program, created by
were ers. In that event It may not specimens. away and not have to get up 'what it would be like to be an the State Legislature in 1053,
ed and 'tabulated' illustrated once they do about their opponent'sfaults. be long before there will I feel happy that I have served alcoholic? approaches the problem of

again that voting machines are Most of the in-fighting was again be water standing in Speaking of treats, Sam my time at the world! of Can you !Imagine existing in alcoholism from two angles.

unnecessary in Bradford Countyat between the other two Candidatesin the ditches and the woods wet really enjoyed a fine sandwich work. I lay the burden at the a world 'In which the only The five out-patient clinics

the present time. It is doubtfultif this race, and Saunders down, reducing the fire hazard that Alice made last week, feet of the young and strong. thing that mattered was where located at Miami, Tampa, Or-

complete returns would have emerged high man in Bradford Trouble Is though, that consisting bread and butter Gladly. 'that next: drink was. coming lando, Jacksonville, and Pen-

been available any sooner with the County, and also at the top very often the showers are local By Sam McGarveyed with big slices of a mild Ber- My chores keeping :house .from: ?;, sacola, treat patients In .their

use of'machines, and there is (on the basis of incomplete returns .and while one section gets muda onion, plus seasonings.It and I washed clothes this ,., Thl ) may explain why alco- home territory where, most of

strong possibility that they might ) in the district. a soaking, nearby areas get for berries: the carton Is took Sam back to the bad morning. I was done a littler ,"Jhallcs" .. give up good Jobs, the time they can continue !to

have been much later for Once again, in Tuesday's voting, little or no rain.We've enclosed in a plastic bag, and old Depression. Days, when we after 9 a. m. I hung them/oil' "wealth" prestige, andeven/ function In their normal capacities -
any .
:their- oftentimes because the clinics
the line changed families visit
In the sun. I They
of Bradford Countians demonstratedtheir it is pumped full of air with a ate onions for a different reason -
.piece machinery no matter never seen so many low oxygen content but high in and somehow or other, my dress and shoes, backed: of 'their desire for for therapy, and then return
how sophisticated Is rapt to reluctance to give up any of consumer pickers in the berry carbon dioxide and then seal- with less enjoyment. Perhaps out the station wagon and: alcohol: .to their usual work: routines.

break down, or ''at least get "fouled their power at the polls. The pro- fields:! before as we saw last ed. Tests have shown that the It's that a hamburger with drove over to see my son. at An alcoholic does not drink The in-patient facility at

up" in inexperienced hands posed amendment, which would Saturday. In one big planting! berries keep fresh longer this onion is one thing, and one his filling station. I felt,ao' 'because Jhe.Jljces. the taste of Avon Park treats patientswho

yJ: If anything else was demonstrated -. have given each county the rightto we saw, there must have been way and that there Is less without meat Is quite another. happy, such beautiful morn-" an alcoholic? beverage. Rather, are recommended there

at the polls here Tuesday, vote later to decide whether it hundreds of persons dotted all mold. lug all spread with sunshine. he- drinks because he feels he ,by one of the out-patient

it was the fact' that Bradford wanted an elected or appointed over the field, and we know It When Sam was a kid tway[ The smell of lilacs in the air needs the effect alcohol has clinics, or by an Individual'sown

County has great respect and admiration School Superintendent was soundly was being repeated In other The stage was set last Friday back In nearly the Stone Agel] as I hung the clothes on the on him. family physician.. Treat-

; for Circuit Judge J. C. defeated here. berry I ipatches. In the absence, night at the football stadium he used to greet!; his father line. The road was not so Most people who drink begin ment at Avon Park Involves a
'
with I turn- ona-"social"'basis and at the Rehabilitation -
crowded and 28-day stay
or near absence, of market in Starke for a big political cars
Adkins. Jr., of Gainesville. In In spite of its apparent drab- returning from work with the
on'the volume of flats ed on the radio In the car and because they enjoy the taste Center, located one mile
reports tally and the weatherwas
ness in the closing days, it turned request "Daddy do you have a I of form of alcoholic of town
Jus-tice sold It Is difficult to tell Just ,perfect, but the turnout did not hurry. noted the some south In pleasant
<: ,rout to be a ,pretty interesting how profitable thla has penny for me? A penny then fields so many were plowed. beverage. But when an IndivlduaMxUTwrftr surroundings
season was disappointingly small. One
tied Bradford County by..awhop-.. 't' election, .after all. been for the growers Offhand, politician said the day of-- big had good purchasing fine power;- y'snegon:lwred.. !ta.a.fdg'" : rely on boozeto No one may. be "committed
Now for the Second and a kid could get a lollypop the road give him some form of to Avon Park his will
ping twelve to one! vote. Primary we'd guess that it has been. a rallies Is gone-that years ago field rented along against :
.
that
poor one. there waa little else to do and or a "Jaw-breaker" where pass along. There was "lift" or "feeling.! he may be only patients. who come voluntarily

people flocked to political would last for. .many. hours his blue truck in a lane in' the well on the road to becomingan and have previously

field. My heart felt so happy, alcoholic. One out of every made all necessary arrange
gatherings, but that todaythere
A House Divided We've been enjoying berries Today the penny Is practically for my grandson Is really a 15 persons who drink will in- ments can be admitted.FARP's .
is much going
.. so on
nearly every day for In spite nothlnabut a nuisance
worker. He Is farming over evltabably become a problem program of educa
that the rallies draw only
of the fact that raised and kids it. The fact
we scorn
drinker by the tion and information reaches
he :
400 acres of land, some way.
Bradford strawberry' growersare berries shipped, the largest single them at one time, .and worked small crowds.. was told by a storekeeper, who owns, some his father owns Across our -nation today clear across Florida, telling

finishing one of the worst quantity. According to agriculture hard at It, we still think they on giving change to a youngster and some rented. He has two there are six; million alcoho- Sunshine State residents that.

seasons in 60t! *tltrs. Not since officials who live with the prob- are one of the best fruits. You flower enthusiasts and called attention to the tractors and all kind of ma'. ]lics. They are found In all alcoholism is treatable, and

1910 can growers remember such lem the cooperative could be a sOlution Alice made some Jam, so we'll garden experts have a treat in fact that the kid had dropped To taxes walks of life; they are both warning of the symptoms of

adverse weather conditions. There if all growers would join. be able to enjoy that long store at the State Prison May several pennies on the floor. buy chlnery.food, seed help and pay gas. he male and female. ; they are rich developing alcoholism.

won't be many new TV's or pick- Before growers will be able to after the season. .is over. Flower 16-18 when Show the will 8th be annual "Oh them," the kid replied, works from 3:00: P. M. until and poor;; ,they may be found Thus, it can readily be seen
presentedby In every religious! background.Thus that something Is being doneto
trucks bought this fall, but command a respectable market, after midnight in factory
a
up
Incidentally, a new packagIng the horticulture section of "they ain't worth the: troubleto alcoholism has been Florida
combat alcoholism In -
there'll be more strawberries put they must offer a volume large which Is within driving 'dis
system has been develop- the prison school. It Is one of pick up." termed the "most democratic" But regardless of how
in the ground that's for sure. enough to attract it, no matter tance. Then he also has to Illness of all. much has already been accom-

Such is the power of the straw what local vehicle they use to get spend some weekends at Yes, ,alcoholism Is recogn- plished since the Inception of
Camp as he Is in the National
berry. together. ized t>y all competent authorities the Program in 1953, there Is
Still, had this been a good sea- Growers must also learn some Guard When he can. on Sun- as an Illness. Slowly our far more waiting to be done.

son, we wonder if our growers way to exert more control over NEWS And NOTES day morning he dresses up society Is realizing this fact. More information. on the
"nd takes! his wife and two
would have enjoyed the success the market. They must turn the little girls to church and Sun- But;even more slowly our society subject may be had by writing

they deserve. The fact is, growers tables, so to speak, and be able to For Today's HomemakersBy d'y School. He loves his Is realizing :the fact that PARP! Information Services -

have been dissatisfied with the force prices up. church and minister. Today Is alcoholism Is treatable. P. O Box 1147, Avon
May 6, 1968 Florida Alcoholic RehabltU. Park Fla. 33825.
Martha Sue McCain ,
market for years. They have been The possibilities are almost unlimited mv granddaughter's' little elrl'sbirthday.
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consistently forced to sell their one local farmerbusinessman Dear Mr. Matthews: County Extension Her name Is Steoh-

berries for less than they consider ante. A little dark haired dar-
He
here has suggested. says Frank Brown, Chairman of Home Economics Agent
Hntr. Fred's !girls are blond,
fair.With one way for growers to push the the Clay County Zoning Commission -
-- --- Hire rnvflf and so cute. I sent
all their talk of buildinga price of berries up is to be able was quoted from an tlMh'lDle' a birthday card \

volume market, growers are to withhold fruit from the marketfor interview by the Clay County May 5.11 has been designated / home economics special Inter- thrall"h the mall with a dol-

still dividing their sales. One of several days. It is eacy to Crescent, regarding the disposition as Florida Extension est groups; and the elderly. tar then T went. this morning ,

the goals from way back, preachedeven understand why the farmer with of the badly handled Home Economics Week with Extension programs are work, and took her little necklace
by buyers who understandably the Flynn case a.t Kingsley Lake.A the theme: "Better Living ing toward expanded:! educa- T ,
highly perishable fruit is at end a rfill had marte Fred
try to get berries for the 30 day "grace period" was Through Greater Knowledge. tional opportunities for wom was in the field but I visitedwith _
of the buyer.
mercy given the Flynna to comply Never before In history has dww
cheapest possible price, was to en.Extension Deanna and the girls' w..
A quick freeze cold pack conceivably with the zoning regulations, home economics hal: so muchto home economics-
strengthen the market here by could be the answer. When and this period expired on offer so many people. family living programs will awhile ate soup with them..It
was noodle ROUD I wm, '""> veryhsnnv
building volume. growers find it necessary to with- April 26 and no further action More Is known about nutri- continue to aim toward Indi-

But this past season Bradford hold berries from the market they has been taken by the zoning tion and the use of foods, ade- vidual and family develop mv heart was ready: to ,
burnt. Nnw
H"! Ironing Js
berries were sold to five different could freeze the berries they commission. Mr. Brown was quate housing, clothing, management ment; helping families Improve done and clnHies my out aw.y. ,
_
distributors: the newly formed cooperative quoted as follows; "Legal ma- personal develop- their planning and use _J
would have sold during that time. My lawn Is all,mowed. I'\lce.bY'
neuvers can time-eonsuming
appear ment and other
at auction, by two family-related of goods, services, and other
open nelirhhor' T list
businessman mv / am
The fruit
our sug- :but we want to assure
concerns than was ever known
groups of buyers who handled gests, could then be sold in the the public that we have and before. resources; and .Improvement in sitting on top) .nf, the world. I a By Lynn IlamUton, of Southern Marine

their own berries and bought will continue to enforce the the community.The have: a new dress! my son's .
summer at premium prices. Extension Home Economiesprogram.s aim of Extension home ...
others ''and the group at La'\Jtey. (zoning) regulations in all wife nicked out and bought for -
: KNOTS UA.VE DOUBLE ,
It's something for growers to are now focusing: on economics In Bradford CountyIs Bests to make a line fast to
in me. I do not drive far. I
total ,planting very
An average think about they plan for next areas. four target audiences: low Income to provide facts, knowledgeand MEANING TO BOATMEN the anchor.
as
Ihnvp fun
Bradford County is now 350 acres could certainly begin Actually, no legal maneuvers Individuals: young home- understanding which will on SAturday morn- A..knot can mean two thingsto Boatmen often have to tie
season. They IrqI "r1ve B mi'M' Into the
and a good would see grow are required. On the day after makers and their families: a boatman it can be a
year decisions
help families make together two lines of differentsize.
for the ,,
by all sticking together the It c'tv of NPW C tle to the beauty -
period expired
thousand flats acrethat'a grace unit :of speed to measure the
ers get a per concerning all aspects social ; This !is best accomplishedby
The
shop. air Is fresh and
first time in history. would have been
quite simple
flats .=nothing which Is the subject of this and esthetic of rate-of' Aoat's motion or the A
350,000 independent farmerswill for the Zoning Commission to physic, <*.w on the eresq, The truffle, use of the sheet bend.
, for the largest market to sneeze Even our criminal controversy, and they are not their home and ,family living. Is not bad. so with nraver I essential taskof tying things clove hitch is used to makea
a
have worn out a
Wave' to learn that "A house about to this together with l Ihjes.
I move building Every phase of dally living temporary mooting, although
I
warrant for< the failure to start out ha nv.) still en lov
at.This season the new cooperative divided against itself cannot obey ,the order of the Com without a fight. They have benefits from the program. my church on Sunday and I So that you become"flttobetled" it should. not be used as a per-
employed legal counsel who Extension home economists ;1 any situation it
stand. manent mooring because
handled about 45 per cent of the mission. This Is clearly spelled left the slnrlncr In
IX will not give up easily. If the are educational advisors In Sunday aboard Jtx>at, a depends upon constant tensionfor
11 Article
I out In Section Zoning Commission had taken home management and con- School. Life Is Rood as I am working: knowledge df severalof safety.

of the coning regulations. This action 14 moth ago they sumer Information. We extendto firs I do 'not have an ache or the most-usei:! knots,Is valuable -
folow"Penaltlu Most knows how to
section reads everyone
as
would not!be backed into a corner people the homemaking pain. I havw letters from The Evlnrude News 1
firm or tie the common knot,
: Any square
person
where they now find them- short outs and practical know- DaisY and Fred's daughter Service suggests that It is
corporation violating any of but watch it around boats. It
selves. They know that a court with whom I boarded so many highly impractical to learn to
from, researchby
the provisions of this act, 01'who ledge resulting Is hard to untie after constant
battle Is eminent, and they colleges years when I taught at Clay tie knots by reading about
shall fail to abide by and government agencies, tension when it becomeswet.
Rlbq know that it will be tlme-con- Hill. She visits at Clay "'Hill them but most Boy Scoutor or
Telegraph'ESTABLISHED and any
The Bradford County obey: All orders and resolutions arI,: universities, Half hitches are good to
.
suoifng and< They keeps Informed of all
expensive. artc me Sea Scout or boating old-
not visit
1879 promulgated as herein provided private Industry. Why know they to tie,
as are easy
also kow that have !been
'o1 they the peoDle. I also hear from timer can show you.
office in the Bradford
for hall be punished by our generally safe and easy to untie
and Publisher hundred wrong. We will see If they are Agricultural Center so Irene Pad ett. who now lives Perhaps the most Importantknot
fi. MATTHEWS Editor fine not exceeding five County A figure eight knot Is use
to state
big enough publicly
In Jacksonville but often
not will become better does to a boatman Is the
dollars or by Imprisonment you acquainted ful to tie In the end of a line
that have erred, but
OC o y Florida's Oldest Weekly N.wspaper Published Contlnoijsly .to exceed 60 days, or both they are with our programs? hack home. The last letter bowline.: It Is invaluable in to keep It from running
still willing to all out to
lest Under The Same Masthead fine and imprisonment." go The phone number Is 064-) from her Gertie Sculley, was making-.fast to a mooring because through a small ring or block.
protect the health and welfareof
/gr'Ot. 6554, send to Box: visiting her and she was hap it won't slip and can always
or request and untie.
further It is easyto tie
Mr.Brown Is quotedas the citizens of day County.If She writes me that my
py.
untied. Few
be easily
Fla. 32091.
saying that the Commission they refuse to be Intimidated 267, Starke, So before you find yourself
PUbllslud each and entered. Second Class :Matter at the Post Office dear boy Westberrv Griffis people know how to tie a bow-
Thursday is not attempting to dodge its by the prospect of one court
bind learn little
'who has the funeral Home In caught in a a
It's something
at Stark.. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1S79. responsibilities, ,but it seems aa case, we can all) breathe a bit line, even though
Oranoe Park Is very busy with won't forget onceyou've about knots: You'll find It
what. I next LEGAL PADS you
though that is precisely easier. understand the RULED
8 month *3.8O !funerals. I had not heard from to know how to
1 14.90: learned. Is Important
Subscription in trade area: year Is being don* "-if!' *( Zoning Commission meetingwill
Outside trad. area:. 1 year, $9.00; 8 months J2.73 Let us not delude ourselves. Ibe held May 16. Steno Notebooks, Order Book, him" lately. Another valuable knot to tie things aboard a boat, and
It was 22 yean ago this: important, you'll find)
Just as
the anchor bend, alsoealIed'the'flsherman'a
is
the know
For well over a year, Sincerely, Tele '
eke Bradford County April that I"closed school, at bend.It It important to tie them with
Flynn have been alldWed to C. G. HillKingsley '
Improve UM monstrous duplex Lake FU graph. _L?....:. 01or ,X;' Clay Hill said "Good-byee? and I is}used, as the name srus- knots that you can untie. _


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,SECTION 2 PAGE TWO "RADFORD COTTNTT ncirnit/pn. I'ITJlR1It11. FLORIDA THURSDAY; MAT 9. ISBS

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field every Monday afternoonat
either $1.000 or 'li,000 each. Inntructlon of Orange County
Owner
Dcwrlptlon Owier
Taxe Taxes
5. dntnd. Waruh 1. 1868. bearlnirIntereM Florida In the denomination oi Deseription

VOICE of theSPORTSAAN' Weekly activities are as fol- at "H. rate or rate. not either $11100 or $5,000) each. 3630-Co-rn at SW 3331-.A-N aD! ot W ...
I I'Xue-dltiB\ four 'and one-half per dnled June I. l'''08. bearing (In-
'Jo-wsf! Ladies! and Senior Girls I centum nayahlnlaniiiially Cop of NVV14 ofSW'i of Lot 1 II: W%
per annum .
terem at a rate or rates not
of
K 4 0Ft. Lot a ot OIk U
: & at 5. NuiIIi. i on March, 1 and rim
l't.ball Monday
game. Moiiteniher: 1 of each. year andufluittirlnj excnudliiar contum four and ono-hnlf per N Ill) Ft K 160 In L T a. COif 8/D Aaron H HoJl..y T.043tHJ..t.
per payahle '
I Bantam League Baseball. icrlnlly In annual In- iiaml-annually on annum June 1 and Ft. for1 FOB N 'IO : t & 2 01 ,: V

... .T .Thursday at 5. RecreationFree I HtallmentK. on March 1 of each Dooemher 1 of each year and ft.. H 50 ft., a too (tilt III IA L TAl'
ByMike ot tile' years" 17' to 19l"t) both ft,. W 80 ft. to COB S/DIfCW% .Ida Mae Sherman Eat. ..50
maturing aerially In annual Instalims.nts ,
!
Play Friday. 23
I Inclusive: .. lime PUB 83 6 Ben C. Davli 7.12
on I of each
There will be a Softball tlsojiiin I ) ( Pt abs School' 'Aonl.Ih..h' of thus 338 -A Sty lOr tint .1
Chitty yenra 1971 to 1989 both -
: Ii. I 10 im iKHueo. for andon Inclunlve ; 2fl; n- Com $430'!(> 'n" a: (If 131k 4 In Lr: a IIIld State 1-tomes
game Thursday afternoon be- 30' N of HW ('OL' dos 8/1)
Phone 175-2171 I livhulf I of the bout rul, of rubllu, 1:100.000: State School Honda, Inc G.70
tween.. Lincoln City and the liiHtMI" lion of Hernando County pintructlon nt St. T.ucle County, of NWU .o-f SW'xi' .
Florida, In tn.. dunomlnatlon or N 100', K 3388-Lots. a A. 4 of
Florida. In the dunomlnatlon I of O".fc. ,
Senior Gtria'of Reno 5 m. .
_ p. : JOO' W BO1 V
either 1.000) or $1,.000 each Blk 41 of 14 T'
,. Series J. to be Issued for and on ot, -, .12.11
"' 01"" --_- V I'orl 12 6 22 United DlunJflon 11.013380"Lot
V V SlatesShell .
; VV- CHURCII/NE\VS( ,/ Intuit, June t, 1H08 benrlnir In* behalf of the Board of Public cosD_ '
;* Antioch Baptist Church teruut at a rule or rates nutexceeding either 1.000 or $5,000 each Homes Ino. 32.9
Hello Fishermen! This is small. and silvery green irvj 3 ot mk
? four, and ona-half .
per dated l March 1 I. 196S, benrlnir Interest 2HIO ... 19 of Bile 14 In 14 T Be Cold:
:' Thomas -I >t V naker
L. W. .
your rolling fisherman with color. Normal size la around /Rev. pastor. centum' per annum payable at a rate or rate not 1:1/1> L z 'a..363.01I..t
:
but I halve ceenf I[Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- Hiiml-nnmiHllv on June 1 and exceeding four and one-half par. JIJnLti4IIIlRm.
and news. The fish have slack- three inches. rmcembnr, 1 or eiich year and centum per annum payable V William Atarlda 2.B7 t ot Dlki -

ed off some, and I have been them up to six inches lonsi( ing Worship at 11. Mother'sDay ruin: to riuut I aerially Juno I In annual InHtallmuntH eml-annuully. on March 1 find 2(132( -Lot 9 of Hilt 1 i 48 rin 14 'f &' COs V John H 1ZIck, n.25
in will be at 3 p. on 1 of aarhtur September 1 of each year nnd /
too busy to get out and try They are usually found, program\ tho 1I71! to IOSD both of Nat 'WilliamsSD V
years In-
maturIng aerially In annual
With w4UtklM M. J. White as llnuslnff/ I.pvlco"! 8402-1..61. t of JIIle
them. Between my school work shallow water. around *! m. inclusive ; BtallmentH on March 1 of each
Corp 29.44 4$ In L T COd
for my night class and my grass. They.may: be caught: speaker. :The public is invltid. iti'rles' $21)0.0110) P.. In State he I Issued School! for Bond and'i of the. yearn 1971 to 1989 both su3426W Sallie WUII..mll. 0.53

articles for the paper;;> my with a short pole with 8,,2air', : Mt. ;'Morlah Methodist on behalf of the Board of Punlla Inclusive 11.750.000; State School Bontlus.SerIes .. 2059 Nat-Lot Williams 6.of Blk S/D 2 Lottla Mae Reynolds. %! ot l.oOt 1

time has been pretty well I hook and aNimall plcoeft.of! Church. Rev. H. P. Hudson Iniiti'Uftlon' l of Putnam I County, K be issued for: and E8t. 5.40 of Blk 10 1:1: 20' .
l Florida, In the deiomlnuatloneither of on \behalf. olr the Board of Public or ...f Lot 2101k :
taken up lately. worm or breast:dovugh. I have; pastotf Church School 10 a. $1.01111() or $5,01)0) each. Tnntructlnn of Duval County. 2672-Com at 8WCor Wt4L T Be 'Od $upply I

r\A. lot of people' have beengitttng found in c&.\chlngr ithem. rfi. Morning Worship at 11. dated, June. I. I'.lflS' hearing. not In. Florida. In denomination of of N'VVu/I ntHW4 Add .P'r.r's! O.U
rates
Afternoon service 4. m. toruNt 'at a rate or either $1.000 or $5.000 each run B 510 V 3484-Lot 11 of 'fIIk
helpfulto p. V V,
is
the :
out lately enjoying around doclK.lt exceeding. four and ono-half per In- -
11 lit ell June 1. 11)68 bearing
Ft for Poll. N 200
ill 14 T <&< dOS!:!
:tbe warm weather and camping disturb the water: with the Greater Free Will Baptist CantOn per annum payable and December semlannuallv tereat at a rate or rates not I't. B 60 Vt, 8 ZOO dln DIII V Klonde e 28,45

out. Earnhllla Resort [east end of the pole, this rill attract --' Church, Rev. Lewis McKay I 'of each on June yeai 1 and maturing- exceeding centum p..rnnllm.four and" one-half,. payable per To Ft.. W503't'l'o 3488-WIir..r 1-ots 1. ,

Ifhore Santa Pel] has had their attention aufa Caus4 pastor Monday night. Choir serially In annual InHtallmentii. rinml-annually on June 1 and FOB S3 B 22 Lottie Reynolds Est 15.40 2 or I..ck 21

No. & and Ushers Board No. 2 on .1 un.' 1 of each of tho yearn December 1 of each. year andmaturing 2673-1 Lot In NW\% being Uo't\ TI La
many people out with camping them to ('ome.-see wpat' Is 1971 to mill both Inclusive: aerially In annual In- of SW'4\ as D"H<'. W by liP Ft N 14N V V

trailers. They were all catchIng wrong. Although: many of meet 'at 7 p. m. Tuesday night $378.11(1(1()( Ktate School' Bonds tnltmentii\ on June 1 of each In Deed Bit 70( PO rir 14 1' COli Ernoel W 101 Al I
Series' F to he iHHiied for and on both 301 Kx n/W InNat V Allyn!! 7US
: llne. Cholu .;No. 1 and 2 will meet. of the years 1971 to 1989.
.
some fish but no large them will drop, oft: Vow liehnlf of thi hoard, of Public inclusive Wllllnma S/D 22 6 22 John bIgg.. 4C5doraldlne

amounts. before very lonsr'yoVi :win have!' Wednesday night Prayer Instruct I'm of TllKhlands. County $775,000 State hclioU Bond 2871))-Com nt BW 34 04 n "ktoaPin"'L 14 f

Griffin's Lodge (east shore plenty to fish: with., ;M.1.1ddlg- Meeting. Thursday night La- of, either Florida.$1.000 In the or denomination$3,000 each Series M, to bo I issued for andon Cor of NW'/o..f 14: COB Add Loaler J Prevatt 78.663515Lot"

*. Circle and Hour at behalf of the Board of Public 8WH run B 480 .
dies Story
usedin the et\me clatod Man. 1. IftGtt. bearing I. 2. 12.
Santa Fe reports several good
catches from last week and manner as tf-'ehlner: :' troUlng the church. Friday night. exceeding Intorent lit four"a rate and or one-half rated not per Florida. In tho denomination. of Ft for POll N 200) l InLT&COSADD 13. & 14 of 131k 30 Frances Whitqbead 17.25

Prayer Band meeting. Sunday either $1,000\ or $5,000 each.dRt",1 Ft. K 60 Ft S 200
liing.. payablenemlnnnually V
the weekend. Thursday Hill fishing.-and pole ,ft I centum per annum -
over on1lLr'h: 1 and March 1, 1968. bearing interest Ft, 60 Ft To 3589-JIJ 148 Ft of 810Ft
Roy caught 10 yearling bass V Many bass have been ,H uglit\ Schol 9:30.: Morning serviceat Heptemlier. I of each year andnuatuling at n rate. or ratea notexceeding BW 22 0 '22 Smith e.n of Lot 1 &

11 Mother's Day program, In- four and one-half per f1I 148 Ft of Lot 3
still annual
on bullheads or muddlggers. on them recently and..are serially In 2887-0--Corn II W
centum per annum payable 14 Ii: 1411 Ft ot NIFtofL.otlOfllik
Saturday he guided Gordon being caught. Mu:!disrxorg are 8 p. m. atallnientM. on March. 1980 1 of both cecilof .acmi-annually. on March 1 and Cor of 8W"4 13

Greater Allen Chapel AME the yenlH 11171 to !September 1 of each year and 311.48', N 118.111'. E In N J Jones. ..
Hill of Jacksonville and they especially effective whe .'lsh- I Inoltu iii Vt'. maturing, serially In annual Installments Cont. N (3.75' K 1I1ealy 1. Proctor Lot

caught 14 bass and 4. Jackflsh. tng in a school of bass: as Is Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson $100,000 State' '' School Bond on March 1 ot each 830.68' To FOB R Add '
Series <1, lt> h.. l IH.ue.1 for aim bothluc'ttu.lve 75'. 8 9375' W 75' 3I1u-r..ot.. 3 4 lit
,
pastor. Sunday School 10 of the 1971 to 1089
Mr. Barnes of Jacksonville the shiner. Several people thatI on behalf. of tht Board of Public I years N 93.76' to POB 22 6 22 Talk 1 In Teinplt's.
: I m. Junior Church will render 'InHtructlon of C ,hllnbla County, : Bonds. Charlie 8!. LoU 15.79 Add .H .A. ._L..weo". 118...90a8
taught 6 bass. 14. large shell- know have caught many denomination of I $1.300.000 State School 2688-D-B 60' of W V -

crackers and 2 bluegUl off the nice bass trQI\1< the r'' '''dock : Mother's Day program at Ii..Men's either Florida.$In IUO) the or" IVUOO each Buries N. to ha iMsued': for and 450' of N 93.7' of II-W 68 Ft of

.: Day will be observed 1. 1968 bearlnifIntereiit on behalf of the Board of Public S 863.4' K of Old, Lot 8 & W 50 Ftitf
sandbar and Sunday Roy with this batt yr asthwHlieirj lUtod I llareli oC Broward County .
on ; 'i rate or rates not Instruction JALwt..y Rd in 8W ".. N11J lOr l..t t orIJIk '
and Glen caught 14 bass. : out with a < J\larpret
'G.ooo 28.U
:Rex Neal who Is one of with a 20.or 3-0 Hook. The r) m Evening Service 6 p. m. uentum ptr annum, payable andHiptemher dated either' Juno$1,000 1. 1968 or bearing In- 263 23 6 23vi JefCle & Llllle! Add I > ".
1
Huinl-anniiully nn March Mae HuclIlalalffh 2D03) 38P2-J..ota T. 8. 9 14
rate, or rates no \ :
Santa Fe's most ardent fishermen real ijhlfitr. tir.remejhbet, anduaturint. tercut at a .
only MAGIC MARKERS all col I of each year exceeding four and ono-half. per 21197-t'om nt NW\ 10 or 1-31k 36 In Jo..Ph.H;
allow1 the ffshLtO< 5 tUb ,rlullv In .annual In- Cor of ANelaM
caught 5 bass ;unday Is to orll.-At The H" centum per annum payableKinilannually BW'of i'evks Add
Telegraph. of each .
on March 1 S\W, & MOee 63.81
,
atallmentii and : rn S 180
June 1
afternoon and 6 another day with bnlt-and-eei( a- good on
; both
your
I. .
if the years 1071 to 198ft December 1 of each ynni, nm' Ft for" n FOB then V .
I 2704 Lots 8ef
; 1.
-
during the week. hold on It Bcforeyem set the'I.I l1"1:: fin*:HIT; ei i'IIT of In<'llIoh'. ,,: School' Bonds maturing aerially In u1n"'r"I"' Installments Hun K 200 Ft S nl> Blk 33 In J M\ ..
V ;: ii ; i I $1 HOono State : \ June I- Ft W 200 Ft N V .:. ....
Slim's Fish'n Stuff report hook I <'1"1', i% ,.IM Rorlen of the yearn. 1971 to 198V, both to I'OB Kx, 60 nC Lots 1 ft 1 Bont&u' ao.u3S1aD..or
Public
that Ken Mayo a six year old aJf2rthts week 1.'OIt ""' 0.un.vI" \ on behalf of the Ito.ird of inclusive R/W 23 8'22 S'V..- .,'
"
; 'LU.UUCUI.I t County Cox 7.89 I'
of Bay
boy. caught a 10 lb. 4. oz. black fishermenSOhllwy.; !IShIfLt! _- -. !) a o. U-3l:: Florida Instruction, In the denomination: ,1)1 i ielth..r $800,000 State School TloildH 2704-Com at NW 'or Pratt at St and Nil\ 2 -
Issued for and "
IITATI1"iU\RI! Series O. to he Cor of ..
bass at Gold Head Branch P. S. Catch _a biz one. nuN, ;; UP'l'IUIUDA.> O1 UDUCA- $1,000 or $5,000 each on behalf of the Board. of Public'InstructIon SW" A SWi/Run ef Polk St' Hun K
In- M
Vt a body cor. dated. I March 1 I. 19(18( bearing HIllsborouKh : 10', N 100'. W 7(1'(
him of
State Park and brought I yurutu under, tjeftlona. 8 1 and 1 18 .a rate or rate not BIO Ft. S 110 Ft
tereHt at S 100 Ft ToPOH
In the denomination ,
in to /toe mounted. I'll bet the irt Ai-tlLlu XII of the Conntltutlon four and one-hnlf per County Florida. for roll) Run W
23 MoClellan 1905G
ul Lite' State of Klnrlilit.( exueedlng annum payable. of either $1,000 or 50. S 101) 'Ft. I-J 00 29 6 .Bewey.... .;. .. ..'-.. ,
'
fish was almost as big as he Colored Citizens" Plaintiff centum aeml-nnnuully. per on Mnrch I antiSeptember / $,000' each dated l June 1, Ft. N 100 Ft to H8IR-Co-m at NHCor

was and I know he was thrlllted vs. 1 of ettuh year and, bearing'' Interest at a I'S8'j POD 33 0' 22 H. L.Iarll. of SKVi ofNU'i
not exceeding four .)' 6.30:;
i V TUB STATE: Ol- FLORIDA Kerlallv In annual. In- rates 2718 1 V A ,run W 200
-:: wltb his catch. et al.. maturing. March 1 of each onu-hnlf per centum per Lot In SIt V Ft S 65* Ft rnr..n.
HtallmcntH on June Corner of TS'4:
We hear that Doug Lutgen Newa '; niiit in nefcmlnnls. of the years 1971 to 1989 bothImlilHlve I payattle and: necember Homl-annually. 1 :of each on year of Nit'''I, of 8WM of\ POll then Hun w
RIIOW 100 Ft S 100 Ft
: C.L Sl'I
caught a bass in Half Moon Vi the ; and maturing aerially In annual .belnir 100' N &1:1: I
> $
MlBli! nt Klurlila. and thoHcvcntf School' Bond ,K: J50 Ft N 50 Ft
!State
'i50ono '
V :J n ? I I $ tnstallmonts on? June 1 of ench by 00' B & W 23 0 23 Mid States flumes. i
Lake ,the other day that broke :V V iiropcrty) owners. havIng I I. to be iHHimd' l for and W 0(1( Ft N 69 Ft

his rod. ,but he pulled. it In IECREATIOcEWSLadies: &r <'iiiiiii I n g any rltflit, on rlh''hlll:I f ,if the:: 1 Hoard': of Public.ItiHlriicllon year of the ;yearn, 1971 i-omplnte to 1989, .. lilt 5.13 To POII S II ( 22 F" N Thomas coHJ.Thomas .
both, I Intlimlve a more : I
2733-0. ,
tll'1'<\ lnt 'r<(Kt In till |l'r"I'- I ", of Mn. rial' en County, nt\/o; ] g.g8
with the line. I don't know SOftbAll started Monday crly &U. bi iirferttiil by I thf> Fliirldd, In I"be denomination of description' of mild.,I<1 bonds I herein belnR, cur of S15! :of srW'Aof :38JO-24-Com at NFl -, '
'
(MMIII)lice l by I Ihu Hln ( each, contained I I In I tilt petition NK'4: I'f' SVIlilll > "
how much this fish weighed. with an Interhqualtrenme to Itnaid ...lIh.'r $1 ,ouu, or $1.OIII h liii, tit. ataihnd I there."iT"lS V (I'.r..t SK'of' .,
itf Htlminlnn' t ,of I'Morldii' ( ; a I June. I 19IIH! linnrliiR, In- und I tho ox W 188', S a' I
Muddiggers I bullheads 1 are with the Senior girls. tf Games bfxly. .. .<>i.i'i.iU. nt tln Stilts il.tlicl I ut a rule. or rules' notexeci'dlnB ; 101.111'!! K: I8'l: 73'' Nf ti'' .1, run Win
lerett FITIITHI-JH OIIDUKKD I( ) a 1 10'. w nil'ror )
: now a popular and very effec- will be held each 'Monday< ff thins i'lfiridii 3 /anil. iiiirMiiiuil I IX i( of /Alllclo I lu K,1-! four and one-hnlf payableemlinnually per that this I Order be published once N 109.87 to PUH 23 0 23 Juunlta Itrown 0.02 u POll then
XII
EttVve bait for bass especially afternoon at-5. Ladie who ... ,Hi/ I i'""Mslllntlon I of 1.'fnl'lrIlL "eiintum t per on annum June 1 and each week for three conMocutlveweeks 2867-H I HO' of Lot 5of run S 1110'V( ) 5d', I
V TIll 2 llradford N 100' Ii 50
publlsheilIn To
:c.':;ince the shiners are spawn- would like: to take parnn' this 1 of>1)110.*,,1.71"HMI" i ,1,,iMcl( (I fur Htati nml<, on 1'1""i; beluilf \llci"ember .aerIally 1 of. eiich.In annual year. and In- ench. In of a newspaper tho Counties l of Bay Hts.. H/1J Nell It Adiilrpvys 6,13 POll 29 0 22 / J' W. Alvarea- 40.34

;ring and will not bite.fu4dlggers activity arf"asked to meet at V ,"f tin, HoiirdN tit I'ulillo lTiiItitt'In15 HtnllmentH on June' 1 of eiichof Bradford. Brevard. Broward, 211! 32- Z1"r NW'l 3822-A---Com, nt KW

"..... : are long. slim the Little 'League baseballJACKSONVILLE IIIHI riictlun, ., of May Counly, the, vi',in'H 1971 to 1989 both Columbia. noile,HlllMhorouKh Duval.. Hernanilo. In-- of si: ?. NKV Cor of NI8W' of i V
I Itrailfijlil: I County., I Illovaiu" ;/ In,.lu-\e| : Illiriiliiniln Manatee, Kx: N lOG Ft 28 6 22 vMawirct Jluy Colby 21.49 s.nlit\ M-i; ', N .
( ,iIi fl I III. ti I "% I llondK.Serli ill I nn River Leon 270'
Vii 'iIin t y, 10- n..IIII.III1I1IllIto. ) ) Hchmil lIl3I! Lot For 1'\IJ N ,
Plnellas ILn. being
Itimljlii C COIMIIV' ])11", ,| f'ir Minion I Orange. Putnam 50' -'
L'uiinly I be iHmied K: 120S 00'W
7- "H 1 I. to first publication 122 B Ft N & 'S
l'itviil, fllKlllandH IV'oI iintv, I llrrniin' *)," (\'nintv : l ehnlf of the Hoaid, of Public "t. l.ui-lc' In Floililu...I<'h ,of the said newspapers .. by 60 Ft 13'& W 120' to I'OU 29 8 22 1)11 ly Grlfflat 4,371811ABeg

( ''uII Iy. HIllH-( InHtitictlon" of Hrevard County less. thantwenty 1 lying & being. In NCor
lifiiouuti, Coti Indian of to be not ; : 15'V
sty. I River Fl'M'Idu' ,In, the denomination I ((20) dnya prior to the of W% of ft !) SRJCor '
County \I each '
.Miiiuitt ;
(Ira County' either, l.loil( or $5.000 In- dale. herelnahove .set for thhearing. NW\% of BB14\ o-f of W't Ofr NEVi ofSKVt. #
ngt Countv
I'ii t nato", ( 19A8. bearing
"un. dnted Junu 1. In form times nnd Nli',4' 28 0 12 of REM N --V oJSO'
I ty. Maillo
1'fnellnn' rates not.xrl' Williams.
County and
:::. V j l.u"lo. "County" I Iicrei iii"ru'r St. tereHt, at t ruur a rate and I or ono-half per manner a.. reiiulred' by Chapter 2954-3(1( ( 8K'' 47.84ft W 100 "'t, S "V
dlnfr
rnor I, 15. Klorld.i Htlllut'M.IOSN (\VfI 60', E 100' to
hurt iilarlv .!HM, pnyubleTiai5i1lilili Vt of of ,
rlhnd nil'"iii .
II It .atrallahaiiHee. .II .
Business Diredc1f\F i <+" 11' to 'l liii> istrci.ti.ii-ps.. .,.,..,,. -iiamm 'per JniMP 1 |lpd ANI OKIlBHKD. NK'i' Kx01\ It)' 28 6 22 Bug 20 6 22, J Gordon Wager 7.29
\ : ,... wyiiIi"ruI Iieceinher" ;;I' \
The KintK of l i'.lorldn nnntial In"l1m..nh' day ff Anrll. : : 2707
I
lii'' State Attorney for tho Ihromrh KernU tniiurlni," Hei" ,lallv June In I of stub W'\ May Walker Cor of Jackson. f' ::4 In Duller CKT S/D !.Elmpr. Thomas i

liidlclHl, (Clrfiill.., ,...., .I.'li.i.... ."..,,...-. ,"., on 1971 to I 589. both Jiidaa of the Circuit Court ft 1: Church StH & 3933-Lot I of Blk '
----- f th v.iirM Second Judlclnl Circuit Itun If! 101 Ft N 88 "WO Dodd 5.84
Ill iin*.- (or r Inn, i County( the. of the B In Flnehurat S/D ,
\nto Sales & Service ImlilHlve, ; of Florida In and for Ft W lt0l"ts .
,. .
MOTORCYCLES HtntvAttorm'y,
fur' tlio Thlul I, t School' Ttnnd 4071-Com at NR ,
sinto
I I.linn)'''' 'IHIO' '
,, 62I.'t\ to l'on>
I 28 22
< ( 5
Jinllc'lul". i ni'lilt nd Leon "nty.ro2 C Lou EBt.bv '
'"fund liii'Iilii" In 1-C'I"M.1 I I I" In. I iMMtcd, for II L. 26.00 ( 01' of SW ", &
,'for (',,IUII,1011I, (',,ii sty I tinUm.iia.Bj. nil bnhlllr, I f ."f I the" I lloiird, ,ur I Public :it r-io 2'l8l--N. 70' Foil! I run W 6.10: Ft for
LANDROVERThe HONDA s Stat, :Attnrnl'V' !",r I HID R'nllllh l.nt, 2- /oJ" W Dv .a Poll run S :IIIQ V
: .luilfeiltik. : Clnult, ur l-'lin-lil'i.' In 165' N A H -I1M I) M Ft to Ht ltd lilt)
World's
Finest in 'utiil for litlviU Ci'',lint\'. "Vt.'sby
the State Wellef
then W
4. Wheel Drives M O N T E S A-?'. Attorney, fur tint Fifth Juillrlal NOTICE I Land,, of Mnr- V V R/W to- 'A along Sec/

Sold and Serviced by C-jritul-t nf 1.'I"rl lands
MOTORS & (CVCHa-CKK > County the Sin to At- Notice Is hereby given that the following described- & LewU HIK 15 of V II ne K to POll Kx:
RobertCllevJ'olet, tom!>y for the Sixth .J.. See Honda's HotrSSOh" Circuitf', will tie sold at public Qulgley & I>avls 6.33
Green Cove Springs, 3033 4919 Bhi .:' .1'I no hut (-,iti Florida.n ty. i tin-In Hlnti.nn.l t. At-fur 7th day of June A.D. 1968 at the city han City of Starke 2999.Tut| 10 of Bill Oil 13-PQ 418 29 0 22 6 Barons Tanner 1131 I,

Jacksonville 264-OOlK Blanilinff time. the amount due 2 i'T' Dowllntf F'urk Com NT]
fnf I thu "Rt-vuntli' I .litillrlal oC Bradford Stale of Florida to pay 4134-B I

Phono 771- ?|*1?' Cuouit,.4r; Klurldu. In anil I for County herein set opposite the nama. together with all 8/t U. 1l l Kuraey list 4.10 Cor Tract" ii'P: V .. '
V I'uirtSLOKCountv, the State At- for taxes 8005-I..ot 7 & N'Viof S/D W 210'. 8 90'
;' ParrUh Motors MOTORS! A CVOtfes. : torni>yf.or( The Klirhlh .)'I"I<'lnl costs of such sale and advertising.Description Lot S nf Illk 1 For FOB. S O .71'

40.19! BlaflhlIngHIv(17771R2J4; I. Clruull\ ut Florlcln., In and for. & Lots 1 1. 2. :,1. ufIllk K 18S33': N 89.7J1, \,
i
JBnulfoiJ* ( '" the State At- Owner !Taxes. 8 In Dowllnic W 185' to FOB 29 6 23 J F/ l>ee. 40.OJ

::: SALES MUSIC __ Circuit tormi' '.'of for I IY'N h Juilklul Park S/D U it 14 A 'II Johnson 30.42 U82-A--Com at SW
:
Plorldii. .
::; SERVICE V V Oranxa" 'County, the In State anti At-for 9sr-etun At S1'3 300' -Com nt NWCor Cur of SI'1'14 N IS'\ .' ',,,, .....
To. N n.wo1dw.\ -
torney.. fur (Ihi-, Tonth .JutIii'lal IJnr of SRV4 of of 8WW of i V .
'p ATS : Clrclrtf. i>f Klin'...<111. In .and fnr j NW'Run' W NW'4' Hun E .'.. .t. RslF.nnN' R/W V V
-""!': Paulus MiisiciCo! ; Highland-, ("..UII ty. the Htnte At :a'll! Ft NIAll) Ft ::107.71' for POlO 24'') for POB. N
torney fin, tin Klovpnth JnJ M 217'! Ft N 325 M; 100') 8 liP, W V 15008'. F! 301)39',

-.0:: .Always Good Used Cars dlclnl" I CIri,'ult of. ITIorlila.. I In and Ft K 97 Ft S 505Ft 100' N 112' to POB 18 V < "'JJ -ISlward N Greet S on Wmland HtISO'
Band & Instruments 13.81 W N H/W
: String' for Dinli. FOB Ex
Ti
County. the >
:-21 Laura St. Ph. 356-30.11( stnto At- 21 8 23 2 cl s Bradley lttIfl.It-'Ctm at Int. Rdw: Rd 800' to
: Gibson) Guitar & ;)ftpUtfers tornpv fur the Twelfth Judicial. \V 828' Bra lOBt.. 3308 of H; ll/W/ Orange .' PhDo\ x. Lot 100'
Clrrult nt Florid II. In .and for Ht & S IVW Hit22'l V 23 I7.6Sof
Williams
A
=: School SupplleaIostructlon Mnnult V sQ 28 6 .
BEAUTY ACADEMY: County, the State At- 2:150-C.: At SI- I 10 (*R.81' POll
".. .. Roberts Recorders totn'fnr.! tile Thirteenth Ju- (',tr of S '1'4 of ('''nl JfllY on SI.V -1166-Re" 2504' 11>

...... Music Ltbrary-Expl1rt 'IiriIil11J.rr"1t. : uf KlorlilH.. In and NW'i & Run W KW JCtt.34'( :; W of NW 'or of
...: American ; : ',' "' County the ;I'I!' I Ft for a POB. Ifl'l 47' N 86.03'V HB(4( of "I.J'/' run

;;.: Repair Department Stnte Attorney for the "onr- Hun N IAn ]<'t. M 1'OH 28 6 23 S.n K R/W of .. ,. ,
.
I ti'i.iith Judicial Clrrult. of Flo- :. .' Koalin M Hiiiltlt.. 9n asIO"13t.ut .. ST 140'. 13: II 1.0VN :
HairstylingAcademy 41V.. Rlonrne 353- U7 2117 Ft. N 325 Ft. V ---- n.
.
rldn. In and ?nt> riuv r'n ." W" 886 Ft. S 307 3 of nLK 134.81' toV

the State Attorney for the Seventeenth ft. n 310 Ft. l S 1 & fwind K of Line of liE'4 otHK"
PLUMBING SUPPLIES Judicial Circuit .of Ft Lot to HI In Orlg ., W nn' line
; 371
19.13
21 W. Monroe 335-0501 County Plnrltla.' the In State and, for Attorney Brown for I'd To 210 rlIE:/ 21 G 23 8 John Covlngton Bat Town of Starke ".Thomas McConuehcy T) ADorla 02.64' to FOB 29 6 23 0 W Davis. CJ.99

CARTER'S th,< "Klglitcenth: .Tiil. Iclal Circuit 2i7: :-l--Lt 3 nf tllk :3110-Lt S uf 30.43 4170-Bex J5.0T R
RiversideHairstyling 'of i.'i'ui-hut.' I In and.1 for llrevard I II I I 11 1>..11'wou,1 HillY' U, Cliuillbufu, 41.92V : In Illk :n I &: 410' S of NW
O"hoTowlI
and \ of (Cnr of SKM: of
Trading Post Cuiinty tlie State Attorney, "14It2i17C'utun -
Stacks
fol" tho Nineteenth Judicial. Circuit 4211 Kt X 1>aol"l U Mauyarl ".86 HUH. K 7.3r.. 'S V

Bathrooms Sinks of Florida .In anil, for Indian : 8R Cnr ortoIW',4 31011-LoU, S, 6 7 & 75', W 88.08', N 75:; -
Cabinets Hlver County and St. Litiele from" of HW'i Sr 9 nik 19!) In Oilit, To Bt'K 29 6 32 Owvn R Alvarel Jr. 31.8*

Academy Soil Pipes! Water Pipes County. Florida .and the loveral W 115 Ft N Town of stnrko: 4328--Com at SW
run
property nwnerx. taxpavari.. oUiKenn Ft R 115 Ft IS ISKthe : Kx: WV4!, of Loin. 8 Cor ofE'I.; of
2659 Park St. 388-8537 (Commodes BO Jomuhlnn Kllcl-MiHi 5.
V lavatories *nl inhere" hnvlnr or 50 Ft: to :IOU 81 8 23:3194i.it 8 Freeman rietflstcr Jr. 81.00 ICE'', run N 400'V

Modern Styling "The Best for-Leas'/ : rlalmtnqr, any right, title or In 313Snni( 648'
terest. TII. property to tie affecttd : : :2 ft :3 I Itl.Kfl "" H suIt Qualified Instructors Top of JIll] JI\vy'-.I'1 ":-. ,In I thiv iHHininre" by lIp, Stnte : In Huuny .\c,','" 21.81 of Cull tit whole It Pt 190' N of'H Sixtlne
Accredited lliuiid, bf : ., : ) YOUIIK Int. K Hlili- of N 9.5' to n
VA Kflilcatlon of FI".llIn.II sin33I'7T.otM
Approved -"Ph : .
I\Udllll'burJr : 2ML1tI08PIANOS I i ,' Court St &: run I; W Hayes S/l.
Day or Night Claaacg liodff orjjornte- of the State > 7. 8. 1). & i I. IX 3/4 Ft for a Wely 617' to Vi.
,.
[.oi i 1.1"1'101. of )710(100( I Stub V
I, V J V 1'1".1.l UiMiild. hetelnafter 10 of ULK ;a 1 In Alfred Liarnen. List! 7.1)8) roll then run H BBC Line, S 13.8'
morepin $< Acri-s "H/l HI Ft. N ( 22 Ida n
unnv (13 Ft W ron Ex R/W 32 6 Urewlngton
ELECTRIC I 11 I t do>
MOTORS I' < ulurly *cTlt>efl or to henfficted < dVurin 10.464210W'4
21)1FL
lit 20 Vt to .
In 242:1-W'1o:! of nl.K
thereby.
For Musical 1 A
Peavy Brothers C. CARTER NICE 1<<.fm.ri' the "lr1I1t I Court of ian u art or I 11 :i\v 3183:-Bi'lt at Nil 2A In HW Cor
County. Florida, I In the Second' & WKj' ULK. 1. 2 Sof ,'..r nf Lufuyi-tto I ft Kx. HW Also. -

Electric Co. .- Jiullilal" Clriult I of mild. Htate.at It :i\V tt Inf I.J! (i & iMunriw. 8t" Run VI. Parcel In SUV'., of

..-. i"1".' fI. .1Pij the CnurthniiHo In Tallahanoe ULK' I I. 2. & r K: 134 into W SliH' nf MBM, a"
ELECTRIC!: MOTORS I. IIOUS Flnrlila. on the 2Sth dutY of It 4W of T13M1' H/W HWY 30NF.LY \ flese' l In OR Bk 3aPC. u
=: i( or Mav. lftfts. at I ten o'clock SID Zt 6 23 25 H A Lawson 128.43JuIlu'us'A ( on HSV14R. 604 32 0 2* ::18. K: ..,W ..Hayes 27.J6

S'ld8erviced.Repaired V4 ;f.C; : ?!:' &:.ii. ; A:Mnnil HK\V' .rails. ie :why: thetu'evr'r'l' 3111 -1 Lot. In Sly'Cur .', NIX on 4272NW'4 ofNSV4
Generators-Starters I tin-I' 'mtillnt| | filed n/w & ,
: of LIDs! of. Itaw
.. | tv"prROt' of 810% KX:
in "
Armature Other I I lh Dhovc i proceedln I TH Hholild' ToiiiplvsSli 160.79'. Kt V .
Rewinding Chlckerlngand in l
PAR soi.n A FXToT
not, I le, frrnnted, ''ilnl,, I tho fil-I.710.000 Ann to Mtmroe St
,
4044 l>no:* 3 7-2.V.ift I Name Brand PlanpaKIMHALL State School, TIondH. Itflnu AiMiroxtUii' n.i_17. H on St 1>E8C (Sit BK
I K; W 1.UN
t *\ by 20' PO 649 A KX VItlW&1'IX
V : ""S\\'JsQJ'n; !' iOItG.SS' ",,','plC,1"'rlh..1 and tho procOMdlniui a 21 6 232I7M Grlffls 3.73 142.23 big" 28 6 V 13 Alarjorle Dowllntf 113.33 PAil .

MATERNITY WEAK i;, I Uii', heretofi iMHimnce;I : re I thereof had: nuthorIxinir : vnll*- --I.is, 1 & !H\ .oflilnfk 3164-Com nt fTVCor J T>I'.IIC OR BK 23

I If' dut'Ml I and cnnfIrtneil" nald 1 Ste tu. I II of Kiiluht of Ailnma. ftMndlxnn V ,' I V, : r 2'81 33 S 23 .4 ,'IcturIa,5tgFasIlons. 49.61

Roovi.lt si5iyq :SHI, -R.iI9f : School)I .I HunclH conxlMtlnir I of thn H/J Ch.rvuep 1 J',. Hhoik-n: 3S.11 Ht. A run V 4316-t-j: A In 8KCnr

fol.j J.MtldH,.! %vlnK I tlcHcrlbcd, iHttueH of 2rillHUitH( I A :n I of '. H Ft' ,262 N.6 2 tl3 I.'t.II. Ft W, 00 ISl 'V.. .. of 1 Sri A In '.

SKWINO CENTER V lll.K I II I 1 U't: i K: I IP '/'aVt l Ito> Ft To POD 2S 41 T23''' KWCornfEofNV'
IJ7.: onO State School JlondM. 'leu. It LlariiGS' 4J.3S OJWAuit1rW5'Sr.. iso.38 '
In N lli-no H/l' Cliai of 8K'4 32 6 23 AlllA \VIlla.. ...._ 2241
Series 1 it. to he iHMiied for. and 3227-Com.. at NW .mn
nn bihalf of the Hoard. of Pnl>. sjis-i it i of' nr.K Cor of call. /ft: UIlY 4J97-A I lot a d xc.OR .
rf H. & N.;;:;=-,. II.. In .' nif..Ion of Indian River 1H!\ In N Ilell"S1 Ida, May Tyson 3.3FranieN Sts. Run N' JlfTDS I BK 40 Pw 123BeRlnnlnK

County, Florida. In the denomination Ft. W 112!' Ft for u 180' K
I SEWING CENTERConsole of either $1,000 or POB Run i4 Itt.H E W by10'N&:
3$23-1.11I 3. 4 of
>>1.dn.tr 85.01)0,, ) each dated June 1, ions HI.K 19 In N Heno Ft WL.Y 155.77 -I S In Cont." .35A M/Tj

designs benrlnv Interest. at a rate or S/D Jenkins. 4.39 Ft M.Y: 78 Ft JiOf NW',4
makes
Model
fancy rates not exceeding four and RLY 155 Ft to of 8E 32 8 22 John DWilliam Digg. 60.61

JackBonville'a" Most Complete stitches monograms,: one-half. per centum per annum, 2337-rot V 3 of BIJX \VUIUms. 37.52 Pop 25 8 23 :'W'J48tudstl11, 72.81 431-1 Lot In NW
30 In lleno IIIL!> Sally
uu'lIh'! !>' Memt'innually on June :y j Corof Lot 2oC
overcasts sews on buttons a30 -mlc 6 In L T 'V ,
Shop for Mother-to-Be 1 and Dr"'mh..r 1 of each :85:>2':'-1..... 3 4 ,. of ft COI'II> K* V Blk 5 Run E 105 3.
make button holes &: blind \cur unit, maturing .gerlnllv In LIL.K. I t. In fluhnif.. K 110% W 105.J, -
H/W Ux:; K 75 ofLot'I .
JUDY'S nnntial. Installments. June 1 Wllllil Plttmam Jr. 7.98
stitches. No( attachments on M/l KX: (H-W N' 110'* To FOB '. O.U98.7S
aq
;Ed nuoter
F
".u h of the vear. 1 1U71) to V ; 8.114 Koaser
MATERNALANE Demonstrators $18 or JS per I loti both I ln<'lu"lvo; 23':\ .:I-1..,1ntkl 5. !iJ' of 3303-Lotl t.:1:f ntUlk '; 43tI-W l 300'ot '

V JlT'.nno Stub School Tlond*. 1 In, Guhairanaq 7 In L T & .V of SB1', of ",_ ,
1007 Park St. .135-5015 mo. Call Jax 771-1830: ...,.,- Serl' >* C. to he fHMtied for and Itobert Lea 11.Si COS S/D Ux! H-W t'SIeek'Lan.. 6.88 NE'i! EitR/Wi<" V
on behalf. of lbs Hoard ...r Public Kx Par In' NW t
255; &-Lr>l 6 of Illk 1
3320-Lot 3. 4 of Cor 150'
I of Bradford Sq 33 S
nHtructlnn 23
In 1'1'1Io > H
MOTORCYCLES WESTERN STORE (',,,,uutv., Florida.. In the denomination ;X Oalinwitn U/W Ito-bui't', l...o 8.75 Illk 8/D 11 In 1.. T AcCOS V 'Molt&'. lIaL'mon 8.13 4403-Lots 8 & 9 > of L Hartley

C of either 81.01)0or) .. Blk 4 In 'South
i ,; IB.not) each. clnted ?\March 1. 1983.benrlnur JOfitt-1x>t 8 of Blk, tIn ,, 3323-Lot 1 of Illlc V Gate Replat S/U
Triumph Unhuvan' : > I. J..tk W T.n
Sit Orlfflu
interest or :
nt a rate 11In\ It T'ft COtS V
Of LITTLE DUDE rut." not ext.cedlnjr\ four and 1X2rtilil.oj: ll/NV .Aaron Holtvy 4.89( S/D -:wl'llio Coleman 3.733333L..t 4428-1-A Desc an

onc-ii.ilf' 'M'<'r centum, per annllm.1I,1."n""nll ; 18 & V V. Ben 840' E': of S\\'
JacksonvilleYAMAHA Western Store pn" '>i lie ,N, \' on :March TAut IT of Elk Sjnf 1 2 of Blk Cur of Nfl; Lof\
C i nml H'tm nilier, ,. 1 of ...,.h year In Willie Green 26.52 15 In L T ft: COS NAV'4. S' 23V to
TRIUMPH ,,nI "mnt'ii'iiir. nerlnllv In an- "h.\IIILO\ : NiP SID "Metta Harmon 3.73 Canal. 8 171', N

60co To 650cc8afcM Western Clothing Leather- nun'' !1""lIml'nl.' on :Mnrih 1 2821-Thut. Pfirt. of 3334-W 12' of Lots MV. W 171' to
of enh' of t lie relays' 1071 to- M Bnir on it&NIG' : Slid' 3 & 4 'or Blk 18 BEG :3:1: 6 S3 I 497 '2
Saddles !
and Trailers Leslie Kite
Parts Service goods '
: \ on W\ .
Iqp. 1,, th InHimlvo In L T 4: COM SDaj' Carrie Coleman 11.88
n V pd Motorcycles In Stork Charles &: Sharon Petty I $r' ",n .lot) state (*.*.liool rtonn.. Hliliof :NW't nf Merrill
..;; FI,,, .. I' pC SWC Ii: ot Oft ad' i Edwards Tax CollectorCity .
'422S Fhllllpn, Hwy U. 8. I S. 903: S. Edgewood 384-1310 I to Ue iKwiied for and fk'iVt'
& 3 I I InL of
of
Kl> the 19I !!
beIng
'I' .1 I ill ,ih.' n nrd <>f Pulillc Starke Florida
.
JacknonvlHw :350-7243 I,i', ", ,if T>iide Counly. I'Uio-! R:1 1 1J 18 I Aaron llolley 113.111 l T & coa 1If(> WWle.Col.man 42.74 5-10 4t 5-31

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NEW BOOKS History of the United Statesof I all protection! tinder .the to .I>cI'
Vets Can Borrow On Insurance urance ceases and cannot be Payment
on the principal (mount of the the '
America During the Administrations Borrowing against. the accumulated renewed policy pol. O-' 'ernment Life Insurance as
AT THELIBRARY or reinstated. i on the loan may be made In is I'
of Jcy cancelled out. well National
Jefferson and cash values while Annual as Service IWe..
MadJRon.Adams If GI Policy Is Permanent interest on policy amounts of 89 or any multi- In Insurance.
Cake making for
; Icing the of application
reducing amount l ja '- loans Is charged at four
New Boots I
percent > ples
now available at thereof and at
time
and Decorating for all. Occas- stlll leaves the I any loan on Government Life Insurance For
information
the Bradford County Public Veterans holding! permanent meet financial emel'genc1es.1M. I policy on the unpaid balance.I II before default in payment of'' 'contact:
ionsOuertner; The Tennis In force !! ,,form 9-1547 should be ycur local
Library: Government Life Insurance T. Dixon of the Florida I If the Interest is not paid its premiums. In the event the Veteran Court
'
Book Cutler
: Drawing I On the other used. Loans are available on Service
if
I hand the Officer or write
I added Dferaa
ADULT FICTIONKiller policies may borrow to 94 fairs has announced.: to the loan principal i loan plus the Interest :
up 1
due
Mandelowltz; The World of all Government Life Policies '
; policy} Is surrendered for cash. and I I at P. o. Box 1437 St. Pe&s*
The; Dolphin Marsh; AncIent' Rome Olannelle; per cent of the cash value to Department of Veterans A>< begins to draw Interest. becomes larger than the face'I of the permanent plan, U. S.I burg. Fla. (-sir's.
Piper on the Mountain
Treasures of .
Prehistoric Art-
Peters; Three for s
McGee ...
Lerol Oouchan; Richard .415 !
MacDonald; The Shallow Wright-Webb Scarlet _, ?
: PUJnp.ernel
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Grass Horn;;Out of the Rocks of .. .
the Vatican .
-Gallagher '- '-- c
Neilson; The'I'rumph-oal-' ;- The Disney Version ".;;::,:%,,1. _
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bralth Anderson; The Oooney Bird Schickel; Iberia Mlclener; h:! -Ii'".....
; A Case in Nullity ,
Berclunan; The Artist Type- The Art of Classical Greece' : .......;&
Schetold: The Shadow That
Olanvllle Jefferson _
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Square Scares Me-Gregory; The Age \ : 'r
Oerson; Orchestra Begin- -_
of Louts XIV /
Durant; The ::w, {
ners Raphael; O"Kelley'sEclipse
of Faith
Age Durant.
;;u
Weiss; The Balloon I
YOUNG ADULT I a II
Man-Armstrong: The Deadly I
Crygtozolc Aldlss .
; Trace ':It
._Orbit Mission Mason;
of
Footprints Wolff.
Have I Ever Lied ,ta You? _I JUVENILE: FICI'IONArumal'a
Buchwald;, Testimony of Two
Men-Caldwell; GIrls In Their Walt for William Lullaby --Alberti Flack;; bI'
Mar:ied Bliss--O'Brlan
Sleepy Little Lion Brown;
ADULT NON-FICTION
Egg Tree Mllhous: Yo and'
the Yak- Chevalller; Amagus
Mrs. Julia
Bryan
Lost Flock; Away Went
Life=Long Resident, WolfgangKahl; Brain Wild- :IidZwss
Dies smith's Wild Animals Wild- i I' *
Sunday At 84
smith; Mr. Rabbit and, the ) ( I
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Mrs. Julia Jones Bryan. 84 Lovely Present r- Zolotow; /
Blueberries for Sal- McClos-
life-long
resident of Starke
key; Dougles Saves the Day- 1y
died Friday afternoon May 4. A' _
in Jackson; The Magic Jewel 1.l 1.
the.Bradford County Hospital ,
Thun; Wisher Daugherty; ;:
Illness-following. an extended: Recret Agent P'ourSachal: -l :: t

,Born March 3. 1884 In How Many Miles to BabylonFox \9 'II
: Billy Boy-chase. / : : !
SUrfce. Mrs. Bryan was a Bakery
JUVENILE NONFICTION
member of the First Baptist
of
Church. Story Moses Ferns and
Mushrooms Sterling; The Bonus i.lo c
Survivors include one sister: Eskimo Bleeker Time of U.S. CHOICE '
; SAVE 27* LB -
Mrs. Theodore Tison; one Wonder MCCloskey; Small ..... : .
grandson: Ralph p.Bryan and
three great grandchildren, .allSTARKE Rain Bible selections; Ho USDA .. FOOD FAIR 3 LAYER "ROSES IN SNOW IN PLASTIC DOME
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for a Hat-emith; Little Train .
Lenskl; The Imcat Bleeker; CHOICE-I I: :: MOTHER DAYPKOOF6.FOODFAIRICED CAKE .............99*
Casserole Cooking. l"unMC:
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Donald.of Jhtit twoshieldsSIRLOIN ReferRA :

quality, FULL i: MERCHANTS !!STAMPS i: ; ROUND SWEET BUNS...............19*
.CUT ROUND OR J W ***N<(MWOM **WKHAM Of
BUSNESSDIRECTORY! Starke. 238 ore all you 98t1t x 1."LONG miNCH : 15o: LOAF FOOD FAIR
Services were from Jones S. Walnut St. Starke. Fla.

Memorial, with Rev.Chapel W.Sunday A. Hogan.MayS ,NI'CES50007NU1SDAr1NSUSASUIOAY.MAV need about'to fce know.,f. 'BONELESS SHOULDER :I..ne.-II CJ .STICK..__*..ID...........M_. :. :. SALT FREE BREAD....................,29*
,a.rnA tumrnt/ I/CMIS/ IMCIVID. -------.5/15/.1-------/ .
pastor of the First Baptist ... r
Church. officiating. .
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; Burial was In the family (
'AUTO SERVICE :I
plot In Crosby Lake cemetery AZALEA PURE PORK ROLL. .. : -p-
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under direction of DeWittC. SAVE UP TO 40 : : .: .J. \ LARGE STALK
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Gilbert S. Brown Jones Funeral" Home. LEAN FRESH SAUSAGE 2 LB L ROLL .894 r< \1esh\ CRISP LGROUND

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Standard Oil Service Station
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Phone 18410TlC01 the beautiful floral Purple,. .... ........ ............. TENDER
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full military honors. 'f 1968 SEASON HOMECOMING SET
j: Terrell Rev. W. A. Hogan, pastor of After Imijng their Annual FOR HOPE BAPTIST

First Baptist Church, will of Parade thj>Ugh. the downtown Hope Baptist Church at
ficiate. district H&t Saturday the Theressa will observe its annual

Services Set Pfc. Terrell was born In Bantam Boye Baseball League Homecoming on Sunday,
Jacksonville June 29, 1049 got down to1 business that May 12.Sunday.
and was a member of the afternoon with, two fine gam Schol 10 a m. Morn
Sunday First Baptist Church He grad- ing Worship 11, with, special
$ May 12 uated with high honors from es.The first game saw Coca- recognition for the youngest,

Bradford High School in 1967. Cola take on BPOE. Eddie oldest and mother with most
Survivors Include his moth; Blalock was'O i the'mound for children present. Dinner on I
Funeral services for Wo. r', oY4 .
Robert Earl Terrell. 18, killed er. Lula Bell Terrell of Stark; Coke, while Charles Green the grounds at 12:30.: S
One sister: Mrs. Mary Burtonof drew rung assignment Tip pastor and congregation -
In action In Vietnam April Elks ._ ,
28"' from Waldo, and one brother, (for the / extend a warm welcome '--- ,
; will be the graveside
Bennie Terrell of Starke.Terrell's ',. BPOE' pushed across their to the public to be present and LONG' BRIDGE BAPTIST"
in-Pine Grove Cemetery Sun- BOATDKAIN :BAPTIST RAtFORD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTISTCHURCH
.
outfit was return. lint run :in the bottom of the enjoy this'special occasion
flay. May 12, at 2 p. m. with! I' CHURCIL. -STABKB CHURCH
CHURCH CHURCH
Ing1 from a mission in North first Innlnc to'start things off. with the membership.
Vietnam when a buddy: step- Neither team was able to score Bandar Behoof 10 ..m. Schedule '' Schedule of services: Sim- Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 .. tt>
of
Morning 11 .. : services: Sunday
ped on a mine. The blast'kill- !I until the 4th, when Coca-Cola ST. MARK'S Union Worship 6, Evening a.m.: School!, 10 ...m.. Worship,. 11 day School, 9:45: .. m. Morn Morning' Worship* 11 a. m- Morning Worship 11 a. ...:
,,
Training
; p.m. '
ed seven men and wounded exploded:! for. three big :runs totse EPISCOPAL CHURCH anhi ing Worship,, 10:45: a. m. and 7 p. mJfcev.. Inland A. evening! Worship t'p.. ....
31. Terrell had been in Viet th- lead,. 3-1. They held Holy Eucharist ,2nd, 4th 1' Worship, T.p.m. Prayer a.m. C 7:80: p.m. Training; Training Union 6:45: p. m... Baker, pMtor. Prayer :Meeting.: Wednesday

name two months, since Feb- lead .,.tnd looked like they and. 5th Sundays, 8 a. m.Church Meeting; Wednesday 7 p.m. Union Stolte, Q:80: p-m. -JRev. Jack Evening Service 7:45.: Mid- Thursday Visitation.. 10 3 p. m. Sing eartfc Friday at 1

ruary, with the 2nd Brigade the game won. but In the School Each Sunday CHAPEU pastor. Week Prayer Service Wednesday a. m. and 7 p. m.iNEW p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane p-,
101 Airborne Division. U. S. bottom of the 6Ui and final 9:45: .. m. MORGAN ROAD i 7:46: p nt for
Army. v Inning BPOE pushed across Holy Eucharist...i .lot and Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday I' KINGSLEY.LAKEBAPTIST RIVER JU.rl'1Ift

He Is the sixth'local man to three runs to gain their 1st 3rd Sundays; Morning Prayer School: 11:00: a. m. Morning s CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST
be killed in the Viatnam..con- win of the season.:4-3. 2nd and: 4th Sundays: Litany Worship 8::00 p. m. Training Sunday School 9:48: a. m.I BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. m.
flict since June 1966. The second game was lust and.Ante-Communion, 5th Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m. Ca.: W. Pratt St. Bundaj Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday school 10 a: ..!

M Burial will be under:jdlrec as exciting! as Southern. Discount Sunday; 11" a. m. Worship. Training Union 6:15: p. m. services: Sunday School 10a. Traininf Union 7 p. m. Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. nxTMlnurc *
:Aak tlon of DeWitt CJ-Jonesg Funeral met the Police Depart( Wednesday 7:30: Pa&eaServices. evening Service 7:30: p. m. m. Preaching 11 a. m. \Vof 11Po ,S P. m. Union 6:30: p. M
Home of Starke.- ment. Brian Johns was on the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH lit and 3rd Wednesnlght Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday night atrrlM. Evening Service. 7:10.: ft'a\\
"' mound for Discount and Dan- STARKE -7:00: p. n. Family Wednesday 7:30: pm.. Come Training: Union. 8:43: p. m. 7:30: p. m.. Everyone welcome.. Meeting. Wednesday 19:
Charley t'' McKinney hurled for P0- O-A. Focus Week, May 12- Night. let u. worship together. Rev. Evening Wonhtp 7 p. m.
ny Everyone welcome Cider -Ik .I* Parker.stor.. p. m.-Rvr. It B. BoflM
Allen. Price -
pastor.PINE
RECREATIONNEWS lice. It was all Southern Discount 18.Sunday pastor.
E. 3-0 until the 5-th. .InnIng Sunday School, ROn BAPTIST CHURCH A. G. Flynn pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIS
when Police !got their bats 9:43: a.m. Morning Worship at IBlcbway 100 at There**) LEVEL BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST '

Johns.Ihp hot and scored 5 big runs to 11; ermon, "A Christian Mother eonday School 10 t. m.. Sunday Beno. : le a, m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN!:! : Sunday: Bible Study 10a. CHURCH. IHWAY 16 N.
take the lead: 5-3. They held In The Modern World.] Morning Wo1'lh1'P-11 a. m. Morning Worship, 11,*: m m'; Morning worship and
Jit. BOYS LEAGUE Discount scoreless] In the 6th Training Union, 6:15: p.m. Evening Training Union-8:30: p. m. Pre-6enrlOM rOBeoater band Sunday School 9:45: a. ax Communldd Service It a.' nt Sunday School. 9:45: a.. m.
OPENS TUESDAYIN 'win Worship 7:30: ; sermon, 7:15 Young people, sad Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Morning Worship. 11. Training*
and took, their 1st of the Evening Worship : Prayer services 8:00.:
t .t.tljia.. question!. : I I LAKE BUTLERThe season. "Why Have Family Worship"Monday III: 8e.v1ceJ. 9 P. n. : *ninWorahlp. I Youth hlJow8btP; a p. m. Wednesday WorshipMIV- Union, 7 p. m. Evening: Serr
1968 Jrr Boy3"BaseblllLeague Monday, May\ Of cocaColatook Youth Choir, 7p.m. Wednesday Night Prayer Choir I'raoUce'Wetneada7. ice 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
I 7 I ,
.
m.
It..*just dawned on me will get underway Lottie Moon Circle 7:30.: .A IIW..I Ice 7 p.'m.' Minister Jack p
Southern Discount and Services 7:30 m. Bev Servtoe. 7:30: -Rev. I Tommy
on : p. I' p.m.Rev. *
landlord's fire insurance Helen Masters Service. Wednesday. I '
'
iy -
Tuesday. May' J4-- In: Ijake Tuesday B U.
It was a battle all the way*I aerie Packham. castor. Howe pastor.An ,
: wouldn't. vel" my Butler This year's lea e s both teams were trying to Circle, 9:30: aon. Ida Darby m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. pastor Robert D. Burcti.

:3>er&onal belongings' in the composed/ of four tea.nfs..'rfie pick up their first win of the Circle 2:30: p.m., Mrs. A. A. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD

.apartment I rent. My Branding Iron"and Pepetpola! young season. Discount led all Durden hostess 214 N. WaterSt. 3p.m. I, OF STARKE:
"'Whtle Lorena Epperson: Circle,
.)jothing jewelry camera teams are front Starke ( the way as they picked up 4 B. Alexander] West Weldon St. and Ral- .
W.
.sports\ equipment, phono- Lake :Butler will -:field two runs in the 1st inning, after Mrs. Circle,I I lord Road.
Ethel Bigg Future
hostess. Your
:JJJTV set, etc. must be worth teams. League:games::.will be Coke had gotten one. Discount 7:30 Mrs. O. J. Phillips Bandar School: 10:00: a. m Investment In
In Lake:Butlerkeoch p.m. I
* Miles
Tuesday In !InL;; Stwr.ke; _egch next 4 #Innings while Coke hostess, Mrs. Sue co- 8:00: p. ra. C. A. Services; 7:00: JB JSS JSP
2 i should I have
>3nsurance Saturday Oanie_: times"are, 5 had tD.twalt"untll: the 6th Inning hostess. school p. m. Evangelistic Service I flfl TBT B In H lie I 01 e: I: ILiL!
'!IoCcover both theft! andadtptager Wednesday Sunday ,

__,; ? and Schedule 7 1 p. m.for Tuesday.J tjj.,'.May' | to close"wizen! the they gap.scored Time 5 runs ran Ing Workers, Church and Teachers Choir Practice Meet-, Wednesday Prayer: 7:30 Meeting.: p.m. Midweek -i K B K 41 '

14: the ended with Pastor: Lester P. Rlcfcardaon. -
out and game to be
Charley E. Johns =:!** Prayer Meetingtime II
Pepsi Cola] v7"Hlc'ks l 5'p Southern Discount the winner announced. ::::. :.:: :; ${sm&ssssssg&sssmMOTHER: :: : : ::::::: ;;; : : ::;;;::: :::::::::::i ;$;;;:::;:*:::;::: ::>>3' } a:: :;&;:; m;

Agency m.Branding 8-6. George Prevatt was the Thursday Weekday Bible '
Iron vs Wright winning pitcher while Joey Visitation, 7 Church Or sews Christ: Of
131 S. Walnut St. Class, 10 a.m. Iw
: p. m. Bakken was the loser.Discount Latter-day: Saint U E
.=,. PHONE 964-5070 BANTAM BOYS OPEN had 4 hits while Coke got two p.m. [418 East Call St.]
a
BPOE made It two In a row FIRST METHODIST Cervices: '
'::.r : 4 01'.: in the 2rai: game by downing CHURCH. STARKE Priesthood, 8:43: ; Sunday .r:

I Southside Church of Cinst' Police Department 10-1. Allen' Sunday Church School, School 10:00: Sacrament [ A fa to important that a child fed secure and loved the first weft and month ::;::

1' Akrldge was on the mound for 9:45: a. m.: Morning Worship. 11:00.: of 'Its life. Our foremost authorities say that if a child' spiritual and emotional );i it
h -3 the Elkjk" ad held the !Police for :Branch President I '
11 a. m.; Snack Supper welfare i II neglected In the early week of life there \lea chance of ;r
Dean Hansen 964- 27C. great per ri
... ,
=[ ::Ix Invites You To Heiri. : : = Department to just one run MYF. 6:30: p. m.; MY'P'MeetInlls t .
and three.hits as he went the 7: Evening Worship, 8 p mantnt damage to It* personality growth. J ;!i!;

I 'the' Gospel of Chit j :I IC pitching dlstanc(0Jk. ( t'problems Police had as their they m.MondaY Circle 2,3:00: p BETHEL Sunday BAPTIST School.' CHURCH It .. m f.I: I'Therefore. on this day we honor not only the beloved mothers of'our adult. ;:i:1 i:1and :

used three pitchers. BPOE m.: Commission on Education Morning Worship, 11 a. m. youth but the very young 'mother who has both the tremendous retpcm- :
I
+ -.....":.l could get only four hits but 7 1; Official Board. 8 p. m. : ibility and the precious: opportunity to mold the We and character of the very : :
I 15 walked, and that .. Evening Worship Tso: p. B
had men Circle 4, 10 a
Tuesday v I i young child. May she ek early God' help Mho'in the 'of the Son.:said;, 'i{
made the large margin In the m.; Circle 5, 10 a. m.: Wesleyan Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. n I' person ;
! \ score. Service OiriW, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday,-,Rev. J. C. Hes "Sufltr the ,little children' to come unto m*." i=

f tj g 9 Schedule Coke vs Police for Thursday., 8:30.: South May Wednesday -clrclel. 10 Bible a. tern, pastor.FIRST ...._::::::: :o'.n"WareMi.::::: :::::: ::: : :: : : :: ::: : :::: :::;: : ': : ,:.:.:. :.:::.:...f....,:::.:. .'<:::...:. :.:::..!.:::.!.:::.:.:....
0)1 :.:- : m.; Circle 3, 10 a. m.: :
ern Discount vs Elks 7. Study and Prayer meeting, 8 CHRISTIAN CHURCH

))1 Monday, May 13: Southern p. m. Sunday Services: Sunday
.;II Discount vs Police, 5:30: ; Cokevs Thursday Chancel Choir School, 9:45: a. m. Morning! '

..us.gas? Elks. 7.NOEGEL'S. :Rehearsal.:30 p. m. ... Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening
I "" 7" ON'TOP'OF Friday Junior Choir Re- Service 8:30 p. m. -Midweek I

OSS :. MEN'S LEAGUE hearsal, 3 p. m. Service. Wednesday, 7:15: p. I
,,,.", Noegel's Auto Sales won two m. -Charles Reese, minister.CIURChI .
X : games last,,week to move Into MOTHER'S DAY MEETINGAT I
first! place.in the Men's Soft- LONG BRANCH OF GOD

ball. League with a record of The regular Mother's Day 422 N. St. Clair st. Starke.I
6 wins and one loss. Garden meeting will be held *t the Sunday School, 10 a. m. Warship -.
.! Restaurant has played one Long! Branch Baptist Church Services 11 a m. and I
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>:: less game and held down 2nd on Sunday, 'May 12 for the 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting,!
;;.,/ place IWlotq"#. 6-1' record.In purpose of rasing money for Friday. 7:30: p m.-Rev. L. S. ,

..,C. L. Over urf Evangfelfst-. J ft games played Tuesday the cemetery maintenance. Williams, pastor.NORTHSIDE .
.
'4 #. t' .., April 30 Garden, whipped:: Everyone la welcome to attendthe
Tries 10-6,and Noegel's put service. Dinner will be BATT18T I,

MAY 79'- 25 7:30 NITEtYJ:? Owen Joist flown 11-2 Garden served at 1 p. m. Located on BajMo *dtg-.. !

.,. needed only 7 hits to score way fin[ 228Jat Ratford Road !ta7' dMII '
their'.iq',. =1runs' with 5 of their the 4th Inning after trailing. IBR 1.]. BwvfcM: ftaiuUySdhool. I ti4
-. 3 Mi., South on 301 "I total (comdng! in last inning 40. Triest collected 8 hits.Noegel 10 a. ... Sunday
Garden failed to score' until pounded out 17 hits to
M9ming
Wonhip, 11 a. m
Owen's B In taking an 11-2
started. early Training Union; .::30 p. n.
victory Noegel's
Bvenuxr service 7:3: '. Mid
and had 8 runs before Owen week Prayer Borvloe. W....- Br tro f aw s Nrw., ,h Mi..s M IwipMAif Itt kMvMfi if Hi In* 3tl11tI'

scored any. !Thursday day 7:39.: -R.T. Otam Law- hm..tf.tlMrflK. b nqnd M ad hw lr hrlnt hf alllMr.WHMM
In games played ton, pastor ft* /m*| M DM bw W (W, M mure.** wttfr w wn rf Nt *M|M|
and Owen y$
May 2, Brooker pmmra MI HM Irnftm>Mi M teM M Joist locked horns in a pretty ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL t MM*ptt rf.hr l ,m*MM i>*.t UN(Onmli to*.,,*.il HM nHwil
good battle In which the winning CHURCH STARKE MM Ml Ml bMy. hr IM. kmw, m>v sere 4mM Melt aid pvclp > r,
In the
run was scored I <*(a HM Own*Mane a Mb HM tnltt rtwl IM 'I Wt.4Mft MM1 fcUUj, Hw v,
bottom of the final Inning. Service schedule' for the I a t.waa..aMM.aaNpna.dse.irwe, ( l. QI S
Owen took a 1st inning 1-0 Lenten season: C.I._,Ad.I",

p.-9 y s lead but Brooker made It 3 to Wednesday 7:30: p. m., mmsssmmmmmmsmM
h yv w 1 after 4. Innings. After the Evening prayer..
5th Inning Brooker was still
ahead 4-3. Each team tallied SundaysHoly Communion, This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow.i11sc
once more In the 6th inning 1st and 8th. 11 a. m.; 3rd. 8 -

to make It 5 to 4 for Brooker.In .I a. m. Morning Prayer and Civic-Minded Business Firma
1 x. the bottom of the 1th Sermon 2nd. 3rd. and 4th

Owen rallied for the needed 11 a.m.BAYLESS. Edwards STARKE BUILDERS
Grocery &
2 runs to win the game 8-5. FAULKNERSINCLAIR
Brooker paced Mott's 3 for 3. mGlntA'I'BAl'TIST'CII11RCH
Mkt.SUPPLIES. Inc.Groceries
outhit Owen 1210.In .
l'eatudac
Lee R.Mwra
little trouble disposing of SundaySchool. 10 a. m.; \ -Meata-Feeds
Morning Worship/ Service 11 HAUL Complete Paintnd
RENTALS:
Triest In 5 Innings 10 to 0. Gas & Oil sporting o. d.
a. m.<,,
Noegel outhit Triest 14 to 7 1 In Training Union, 8:30p. :

handing the builders their 6th .. m.m.: Evening Worship. 7:30P. : e Track Trailer Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla.' "CBZpK p WITH. T3. TOUTf

loss.Schedule Thurs., 'May 9: Prayer Meeting:! Wed.. 7J30; Complete Lubrication III Rtiehlasts Ba. 1M-11.
West P. m.: O. A.Meeting WeA.I
Owen Joist
Trlest vs
Side Park. 8 p. m. Brooker vs 7:30 Wed.: .p.7:30 m.; choir Rehearsal,I Minor i Tune-Dps f J ; .. Lawson Meat MarketAND
: p. m.: Brother
Garden, at Brooker, 8 p. m. I
hood COLD STORAGE:
14.- Owen vs meeting, last Monday I

SAVINGS ACCOUNT CAN Garden TuesdaY., West May! Side Park. 7:30: ; In each month. R4tY. David I 709 S. Walnut Pb. 964-5899 OF STARKE, INC. w. BpedUl! : ** bi OiuihMi r ......titM.>
Brooker West Side Medeiros. partor.DEDAN ,,
Noegel's vs CMttac
K'A j BE FULL OF SURPRISES! j l park, .0 p. m. 15Nbegel's vs BAPTIST CHURCH U.s. .301 NORTH' ray F: Bee.. .......

Wed.. May
.I. BROOKER Ph. 964-7600 lM-'IeGI'
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Starke'FIa.PHOxIh
Owen.. West Side Park, 7:30: ; DOYLE CONNER )
money you save'here'can,give you I I I Triest vs Garden West Side Sunday: School! lo a. m. ,, .

yours so many things- -from family"surprises" I.I Park, 9 p. m. Training Morning! Uhton.Worship, 11 a. m. Insurance

K'f to home ownership and grow I CONNER AND' COLONIAL Evening! Service ''::30.1:30: _p.Rev.m. Agency BRADFORD! COUNTY FlORIDA "'

ing "ready cash" security: 1,:Start saving OPEN WITH WINS defending Lacy Conway paator.. S-A-V-E
Insurance,
!I/;!!;; t. here today-or; next payday..-for safety ,I league Conner champion, opened the MADISON STREET. :I With Your Mutual Agent' TELEGRAPH EST A

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plus interest, season with a 9-3 win over BAPTIST CHURCH ,

Beggs Gulf. The game was up Sunday\ May 12 222 N. Tempi Ph. 904-7369
<
; for grabs until the 6th Inning. School. 9:45:: a, m. BundaYI Phone 964-6305 ONTROL4OOMCAlCa.

earned.RIb.A Conner took a 3-0 lead In the Worship. It a..m. Homecoming'I
first, but Beggs came back to Printing .
Office
FLO Dinner 12:15: p. m. Youth t. Supplies
tie lt'3-all. hen In the 6th Choir Practice, 4:30: ; Youth' Charley E. John
inning Conner erupted for 6 'i
Fellowship'
Supper, 5:45: : i
. r, runs and that was the ole ball Training Union. 8:15: : WMU i Agency 539 E. Call., St. Starke, FIa.I .
'' : B"AH'K.:1tr'; I : ;S T'A'R"V-E.' : : ; game. Conner ripped out 13 Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Phone 964-5745 for FREE
: with 6 of them being BRADFORDABSTRACT
base hits
..... : .. I I collected: In the 6th inning. WorahiP.,7:30.Tuesday : I 141 .. Walnut Ph. 934-8070 .. Inspections & Estimates
-, Circles 2 and 3
'f \ I Adel Mitchell had the hot bat -
Member Federal Deposit'insurance Corp. collecting 3 hits. meet Wednesday; 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meet-\ G&mBAL: II15VBANCE Company: Hurst Shell Service

I Schedule] Friday, May 10: Ing. 7:30. Choir Practice 8:30.: It'-.q. Bo Ncfcody Underseas 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURSTHwy. .
One of 30 Banks. of the Florida National Group Kentucky Fried chicken vs Thursday Sol & 100 Ph. 9114111MS
,- Sunbeam aDd .
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I Conner.Beggs,7:30 9. ; Colonial Ftortstvs i I GA meeting 3:30 p. m. j I Mftoef Ph. 964-6831 a Wata, s4s.e.l








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TiIUftSDAY- J4IAYa0JascB, _. BRADFORD CJOCNTT TEUCflnAPII. Sr.lKKK. FLORID'" SECTION 2-PAGE rivg P"':: \,:

Mr. Cart* Ha. rte;
t1 ,at ). 2 Double Bills In. the county. the that holder of the rolioil'lIn"t
Any business in Bradford I certificate/ has filed geld! certlfl- I j

LlM Set At Florida t Ill l ,I t:;. County which has made note- catp for thereon.a tax The.deed' certlUnaUb.to. b. 1.'au.,1 l.,c.. "

? P worthy Improvements should numbers and year.-ot l 1..ul\t'ltYI.; ... "y
.t 1Y Two double features fill the pick up a proposal form from the dwiKirlptlon, .of ''''01 propedYs'd: ,"'
) F1+ bIU:.'t. lh. and the name In .
Florida:% Theatre I
I Commerce
.4 the Chamber of assessed. are ae follow*] ,. Zf;
) ., this wcekeiid."rOrarMJCBlam. office. .in stark'e and submit it Certificate No. :34! jfTT'
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Year'of """ano. 188'Jij.i.DHBiTlptmn
'the
gripping
: ; L to thecommittee, for conslder- of Property Ill 60 "
story of a $10 million jewel { ; ft I.. >g ofBR.
\atlpn.\ : Each recipient who incorporates of Lot Blk 1C wtey ._ '
robbery starring: beautiful a planter Into the .
Janet Lelsli.,; Edward Q.: Robinson Name In which assessed. "gap*}
I improvements will have the uel l CYockett.,, -";
and: Adolfo Cell Is set planted by the Starke All of said property belnit liq
'. Friday: and Saturday, May 10 ,(planter the 'ounty of Bradford. I g.*i
..I'I' t 1 I Garden Club and: the Florida of Florida. .:
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111 and 11.TO' lighten things up, Pest Control. Unlima such certlflnat* or ear*

I'I'i i Elvis Presley's "Double Trouble tlflt'Rtne .al8 redeemed ap- '
:
I 1 'oiirdlnic to law'. the property p
Tcthe people of Bradford County thanks I / a light/ hearted story> of described In such oortlrlc&t.. .or 4t\
.my 1,1 I diamond smugglers/ and an assassination FILING CABINETS Type cnrliricatee will h..ol *- r
: highest bidder at the jour* ha
for returning me to your School Board. .... aided makes the second feat Bradford County Month of June. matt. whltf''
opposition.I I. \ ." EIlvs.s Safe the Srd day of June 1S83. 6'1 1
ure. new screen sweetheart
: of A.IIIU. .
Telegraph.N Tinted this 16th. day, <<21
Is Annette Day a red- '"' '":.

will endeavor te> uphold this office to the best haired blue-eyed teenager: JAtai; .. CHARLES Clerk of Circuit A. DARBY. Courr-, n: !I; I
!!< of Appllcallo.fur
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"Machine Gun and
Kelly" Bradford County, B ivnur*
; Tax I>ei d
of my ability. I Starke Hosts Central 4"Th Bonnie Parker Story"bring Her. IHI.in. M.M. K-I 4t 5-2 "-' 'r-222.a. I
back violence of the 20's NOTICE 13 HeREBY QIVEN Wwaa!

realize the importance of this : and Sunday Monday and Tuesday .
office; will\ I
i May 1214.. Charles Bronson e "

uphpld.the! confidence you have placed .in me. :Fig Home EC. GroupMiss billed portrays as the Machine most Gun vicious Kelley kill- ,sill 'FLORIDA THEATRE

of the who killed for Receives DIP Award :
Presidentof er era WPXE
Ruth Milton culture Divisions of the
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Thank You, Flor-I fun and pleasure and In cold ...
Central Florida Home Economics ida State Prison at
I blood. The film also stars SuSan -I Radio station WPXE' be- enough to receive the award I Showtime--Weekdays 7:00.- Sunday 3:00 -' J.
receives ,
Association. Mi M. B. Jodran,
Mizell.
of from .
RODNEy J!. #\LL ,, .)JCey' 'to the! 'City presented. toher Education, conducted) the dam.Cabot anj; Morey Amster. came the BIP the (Bradford third recipient Improve- The committee made the Saturday 1:00: ....

by Mayor Carl Hurst. tour and explained the growth Bradford selection based on recent improvements -I
I' "The Bonnie Parker. Story" ment Award] for'
Saturday, May 4, 23 members and development of the Edu- brings to the screen an accidental County this week when B. F.Mtzell. to the radio station FRIDAY, SATURDAY MAY 10, 11

(pd. pol. adv.) II anl1'guests, attended the I, cation Department. He extended meeting between Bonnie Jr., chairman made plant. Each month selec- Double Feature Program,
all
quarterly luncheon held for an Invitation for Parker played by Dorothy the presentation to Tyler tion is made by BIP on the i I
the first time in Starke. the group to come to.the NO. 1 NO.2 .
Provlne and the famous Clyde Winner news director for the basis of improvements of a ... ..
I Flower Show to be held May '
w r----- Part of the group met earlier local. busi!
representing the owners physical nature by
Barrow a lgar smoking\ { machine station
I in the morning and topsed 1618. gunman. Jack Hogan Mr. and Mrs. John Sand.:!. nesses.! Later a month will be Rio- C5Rififi I DOUBLE st10;:':

-the Educational. -_. and: Hortl- Peter J. Novak executive and Richard Bakalyan are set aside for recopnizlng; worthy style! Ia1 1C&.. tPmRiilou6l .

vice president of the Starker featured. ers.In above photo, Winner pau- Improvements in houses ... .
tI1etIB
ABSOLUTE Bradford Chamber of Commerce ses !in his paint job long II fP'I.:,..
expressed his -Jellght:! when' -
for having the group) In n. '

AUCTIONEverything SMrke.' He presented Miss @
I. To Evaluate 1968 Problems .
301DRIVEIt
) Milton with Ceramic chicken ; 11 ".

will be Sold Regardless of Price for a memento of the vlsltCns .I.IBerrvGrowers

Bradford County is the I. Plan Meet I OUBI.I:
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDA (Clay County/N.nh Fla.) largest broiler producing I

LOCATION: 2 miles East ol' Keystone Heights on Highway 100; then North Z Couatv !In the State. r A meeting of. Bradford> ,I Ii Hugglns reports that the I ... ,I

miles State Rd. S-214 to Brown's Lake Margie Ranch (Watch for Auction O. T. Muggins. Bradford i strawberry1' growers !Is plannedsometime I Bradford !Strawberry Cooperative Y PARIrat01rAe1 MllEigl1SLfl I

Sign) County Agent welcomed the \ in. June to evaluatethe now completing its first hmeMAMtl '
SUNDOWN
SATURDAY MAY 18TH provided chucklesand problems and diseases year of operation voted unan- OPEN I
10 A. M. SHARP group some _
Show Begins It.,7..P.M.ADMI .
presented each one witha which hit farmers this season imously last week to continue \,
Information' : Phone owner George H. Brown Jr. Jacksonville Fla. Day 355- pint of delicious Bradford according to County Agent Its operation and to strengthen SION
0577 355-OOZ2 OR Ranch Manager Raymond SUN., MON., TUES. MAY 12 13, 14
Night see Searcy at the Ranch 1 County Strawberries George Huggins. It. The 24-member group Adults The! Students 60c
OR Contact Grissom-Kemp Auction. The University of Florida has been holding regular Double Feature I'rogram.ii4
The Is of Chileren Under 12 Free _
group; composed
Q] 400 ACRE CATTLE RANCH home economists from a 13 Experiment Station Is still meetings and Is making definite I I

Subdivided into 1 2Va 5 Acre Tracts county area extending from .compiling results of research plans for\ next season. FRI., SAT., SUN. : --4

House trailer Ranchette, Country Estate Horse Farm Suwannee to Sumter and from carried out this season! Hug- Jimmy Gaskins' of Law ley Is 1 WAY 10, 11,' 12 t i 1RQMPyeye t

Lake front lots on big sand bottom lake Bradford to Levy Martha Sue tttns\ said and the grower discussion president Double Feature .Program Np '

w Cleared land, planted into pasture grasses shade McCain. Bradford County Ex. is planned as soon aa Most, troublesome\ attackerof

a 4 Bedroom 2V' Bath Home. Big Barn Icn.'lon Home Economic\ the results are "ready. berry plants this season P

a Land pffered into small tracts, OR the whole 400 acres Agent and rare president of Growers experienced the has been Anthracrose an organism -

C A-1 Location for Development 4 miles to Keystone Heights the or-janl/ntion, served as worst season In 60.years since which attacks the

hostess! for the meeting Sat- 1910 this season Huggins mi in i tern? In the root system
(w]J 125 HEAD REGISTERED POLLED HEREFORD CATTLE : t 1
urday. Other officers are Mrs. says. Averc:! weather condi of a plant and causes It to
Offered in mail groups. or tingl. No bulk ial... Buy whaUvcr cattle, .buds you needat Essie Thompson! secretary"and dons affected the crop from rot making the plant wilt, and
your own prk Caltl' teiOd. Move onywrwr USA or world.
Mrs. Lee Ella Asia treasurer the first, the dry weather and die. The organism Is not unknown -

|[rn| LONG LIST; FARM MACHINERY both of Palatka. Duringthe hot sun drying out buds In but usually is connec- ,, rf*.

IrMliri, Dll., Nay M.chimry, farm Wo9.m, He.LI business mettlns a reportwas plants before. they could take ted with cucumbers and pepper : .sw

(: ] NUMBER given by Mrs. Harry Harrison not strawberries. e10IUIfbARiNNSNWISE
REGISTERED QUARTER HORSES hold.Diseases \!Dlt'IBIINIOR'\ .
... on the State Meeting caused by various Other organisms hurtinggrowers I '
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MSiMWlor! hey: In I Tallahassee In April'The types of fungi!, hit the plants this'season were Rlzoctonla I v PROVINL al' .

L III] INSPECT RANCH, CATTLE EQUIPMENT ANYTIME BEFORE AUCTION 'Hl'tpry\ of the Betty hard attacking the root system Sclerotlum. Boflsli AM AtlCnf 9aKtltAN 1 ,www
v Auction hM. under big Unt. Lamp National:\ symbol of and making the plants Srlorotenla. and Southern f j I 'rd'diJftii4' Y141 [ '

Muse food ..ntMOinm.M.Arend American .Home Eionomlr* A,,. wilt 'and die. Some of the Wilt All rot the root system '. 10rNtI/1 10)1-e''N.IaL./.1/jylut,a/Nlha4f ElyN.eWa tnO'wt YN oawtaraMMa'duat'arNpf tt.. .
_. Mm oak, aWctar it j HoMoy I u irr N
_"III_ 11. ':' .rIe.tJoUbY, Mrs. Alice Mae* :,forms $of disease.! \ ,had beep"dormant I OL( berry plant, causing! thl'Jt\\ PI..US.-ff":: .. ? N

a''iirido'r' ; '' f".(unfr, ri'irl'fionr'ir.; i 'CU1Joull'tr. for several years, the to wilt and die. There Is no -..
iritmTnnii rwri i iIMMATANOCMPRODUCTIOU
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TERMS: Land 25'D own at, Auction, The meotlnri:t was closed with county agent says but condi-i, known prevention or treatment iaiM j r. u a At W r I-g.r: lwmwp.
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Balance IS Days i in small 'tracts. GRISSOM-KEMP AUCTION CO. ItistflUntlon (nt officers! for tlons this year were right for Huflrnrlns! says except to p.'. r

13 S. Magnolia Avo.. ORLANDO. Fla. 19C8-C9! by Mrs. Kclsey Inptle.EZE'RASE them to thrive. Growers had buy clean plants and keep DICK VAN DYKE-DEBBIE REYNOLDS f
Cattle and Cash p
Equipment' or Phone 8' 1-4574 or not been bothered by some of them healthy when In the I JASON ROBAROS JEAN SIMMONS A/
good checks Silver Springi Fla. Phone 236-2SIS 1 the diseases since plastic has! &'ro.und.FINfi. VAN JpHNSON S / sfl 5
TYPEWRITERPAPER I .. yr
been used.Civitans.
Mimeo Paper" Bond D '
.. .ree 1 '
Taper Notebook Fillers .
,
b Bradford County Telegraph' that an action for. divorce'' [ ELL4.'Fdlsir'ynaM
HearImportance hue been thud I oKHlnnt. yon and e.rIi 4 .
,..-- T you are. required to nerve a :
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I <-<>pv nf your. wrlt'.en, dnfenteH,
If a It on 8. Ji. HuriiKKH.t .
I II I.Pf Two Mines :, ..rjH(1\ CAKMicnAKr, :& ::5 Je
TOMbl'NMON' Drawer "C" : t ) usol '' "

The to the local Oalneevllle for the FlorlcJn.plaintiff' 92801.and Attorney to 1,. .. S,
WOULD YOU Importance .. NlLITnetcloR' .;.. tM.ltlaftarow.ie grMp/1/1/ the Clerk
file the original" with .
economy of the Highland and of the ahnva-Ntyleil' court on or ;0. a5 Kinin rrue:nt ew.lat'IOe eleAa..L MI au4. 4
-Trail: i Ridge llmerrlte mines before. the Smli day of May -.A M t MAM 05 U.Meg4 IM slsae H*<-me.eLtrk -
A. D., 196S : nthnrwlxo a Judgtnnnt -
:
DuPont Company
operated by' the may bo entered analnitt
I was described by Jimmy for thn relief demanded In -

Crosby In a talk at the Clvltan this complaint.WITNEKH' my. hand and the ,

grub Tuesday morning. Hnal, of mi. 111 enurt on the ISth aC
The speaker said that appro- day of April A. D.. inn. -
CHAKMB3 A. DAnBYAn
ELIEUEG.G ximately 300 employees of the Cleric of t nl contribute to the My: : HiMilxn M. Moody
.. company An Deputy Clerk How to raise
overall economy.,of the 'area. 4-35 4t B-H

The company mines ataurolite

Ilmenite, zircon and other .
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No'rH0'" I .TKMTIOM' TOnaOle1'ICn
minerals used mostly for bases .: Fc'rl-r.OtJ8 I

In paint pigments ceramics Notice la 'NAMH hereby' .irlvon that i9.hfSwithour .

Only $$1 0950 ., and cement. Mr. Crosby also tha unrleraltrnnil." under the pr- your? !

described efforts of the com- vlnlonH Statute' or, Hfvtlon tOOli RR will.IID. rrwlntnr Florida

pany to reclaim the land after with the C'iI'I'k..r tho Circuit
mining. Court. In and fur. BrnrtfordCounty. I
f ">rhlll. upon receipt raising your new-car
Clvltan President J. E. of proof of publication of
notfcf, this fli-tltlnim muni'
Tomllnson the
announced ac- HAMPTON MIMWOItlCM,
certance of membership' tnvljtntlons 1, \vhluli; wo nrti. niKitirnd' In Ihl"//
extended to James hftH4 at 1'. O. Uux 0:1.: ll ni'|,
For thisWORLD'S Fla. investment
Bradshaw and Preston Stud-
George Duvla. H.12: Yucatan )
still He' also reported: that the Drive. Orlnndo, Kin. half In-
for".n. I'liul c'mwfonl, and T.. <. i
SMALLEST ELECTRIC club had provided butt transportation It. Crawford", Uox. 7:1.: I.avvtoy.Tin. ., 'a.. '. .
I to the Jacksonville ', (half In It're.n. Price check an bldj{ 88., You'll cJiscflV? o'lof of.
DntMil thla ith Jay: of May A.
Zoo for field trips of three .
ADDING D. II'IJS' nt Mturke. llrudfuril so-called low-priced cart cost as much or more. And "I IGM
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MACHINE classes! at the Special Educa- County FlorldH..
r tion School of Bradford Coun 5/t! 4t 6.30CIl' Olds gives you falg-ccr roomv: Big-car comfort. Big-cait
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Adds Nr' ty. '. OF, MTtltKIKI.OHIHA, performance. Plus the extra assurance that's your i

y1r The program for next Tuesday ...1\o0'I'U',0..::1.1''\o'n i4:"' T'I'1\/I05K' I'\I.UII' in an Oldsmobile. What are you waiting for *' <.I.

morning will be "Your PFIIso,11: .. 1'IOl'eat'1'y'It Sta..
Subtracts / I Stake !in '68. presented by Dr. A. prnvMml, l hy fhaptiT. 30728.) See your nearest Olds'dealer' ,today. :
/ Aces! of 19tt. tintlce IH "Klvnn tlmttnnulblc .- t
T. O. Ritch. Pete Novak Is in iXTHonxl "pruprrtvtnxin <'
Multiplies a g I charge of the program. Hmemml for the yenr 10(17( c
I are now delinquent and beginning t
"t.a April I, 196S such taxes a
Balance + a are drawing Internal of one I
Credit '1 / ItC I
month plus proportionate
percent" pr
IN TIIK CIHCriT COIIIT OPYlOKIDt
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font f>f l>ul>ll hln the ta
UlttHTH: JUIICIALelect
notice unless the amounta notoppoHltn
IT. IV A>..l> roil IIUAOKORII helow
\ peel name are
TOTALS TO 999,999.99At 'h"rouvrr.Action N.. 51)7KATIIItYN l-nl.l, 1 l.rfori the 7th of June A. t 'IIC
I Io mow JHIUSOI. n. 1I>HD. wnrnint will he Issued 1wy ..
thurt-ln. directing the levy upon "
ruintircD1SANVKT the m-lxurn or tangible .personal. It

HUDSON.. !' JR. unpelltlsaa". ,the I"n..ltle.tax. payer. and .additional for. ..

Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine With Ther 0." MITI'TO Defendant.AyrlCN .. coat po'r""n..1 The,. l name property. of oollmiuent taxpayers -
: rAN: K. HUDSON. JR.,
;; Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A e 1'"f"nlont-,. It. K. Uul1..onL"ckLnlitun taxes Including and the the.amount rout of of advertlnInK the-. x t

I Land and the penultle area .
Heavyweight Machine. follow:
1'hattanungfl' TennesseeYnr'AARfl Total ti sM
: ": HKIIIOUVGLASS No'rf- Name .
Hells narairo 372 .
guy .FlKh, ft Cleat Mkt. .11.11fIHe ,
APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL I
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"Set-vice' Htntlon 01
r" 10 KEY OPERATORS INCLUDING CPA'S fnhon'" n."t "...... Inc. 11 30ft ".t

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS FOR EVERY PURPOSE ...'....o ffnmA..o.... Annflnp"g.' ...", n 2r. ,"'.'' iC

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Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much! ; IL'r.rsFOR f"., . .. ...". a"- M4tt : 04 C;

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Orange Park place in all s. I
4 &t but one event to take a decisive t a'rti itT 4 Escape
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., track meet here last Friday Serious Injury
} The Rildsrs. who: won the

4 Florida Star Conference crown In 2 WrecksFour
.. f !. the week before, collected: 83Vb:
; : '1 points to: 39 for! BraifDrcHUh :

(; ((2-A winners last year]. persons es-aped serious
] Jacksonville: : Bollei followedh : ,J Injury in two automobile accidents -
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'; Inks : 47% TaJ- US-301 south of
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\. ': -.. 'rh:1See: !! R'ckjr41'' "'t 1, Perry ,, I Starke during the past week
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11'.. rernnnlliia Bah 2? ; "ccorr'4ng' to the :Florida: Highway
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'$ : in-" Live Oik 17. 1 I Patrol.
\ .- 0 First ani second p'a-e win- Charles Henry VanMiddelen
!, \ \ ners In the big mret qualified t 'I to,'I of Gainesville! w!W treated "l
:,,; .,... *:y the state dram:nship: ;' I1::1 and released from the Brad ,

meet at the UP field In Qain. : T ford County: Hos"Uallast Friday -
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., I rr rxt es"ll'p his Sitardsy: / May 3, aftfr his 1968
'. BUS t-iclrrren! turned In t Plymouth and a car driven by
.. .. ... -. _I mood' )pert:! rTianc: !>> t to. recover 'i.:. Charles Arthur Torode, 24,
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... '" firm their di in"-int'nr' flffiBlRe ." I Ij" collided.
1\\: : '" .- Starke. ::
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.- \\j'J.! : f.rUh! In the:! conference: R' : aJE The Plymouth WPS traveling

t Meet .. ....: south on U3-301( three miles ,
teal'n":!' till Tirnnrto continent : south of Starke when Torode's p utG

'+yl 74 'n tie state finals are ';: ...:Ir" 'I- 1M4 Ford' entered the highway G
I in\ *" TWiTMn, nr) uncorkc'1' I.jot.,. ;," from a county road and the
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on ex'rTpnt! dlisui:! toss of ,. two vehicles collide Torode, '
141-1. T4' t to vin fie event: ';' .. not Inilured was charges: with ..a.s .

uurprlse star <
'. P1ICT IIOllhomon', Jay \Vnde. Ho'cleared Mldcl'1hYI.tJI"! : '> 9 ."I1'1ora.g.il\i/C'from\ / 5.' III tlie ''"ill, at 11-0: sophomore .. :. ;. section.

-'11 ''n th"' high jump goad for second 1 'n1C'f't.1. o1. ,hn! present;,8-tO. Jay Wade who leaped 6-10 r":.o'i(' '"''' Damages' were estimated at I
1 r>r a second:! In the high :: $1.500 to each car by TrooperR.
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plure and will represent BUS In the state
1!. ,; 4 lump; Bill Scotr! : 4 .r pT '" ota(!e finisher! In the mile and in Krlday'H district mvet. lie came from behindto Two occupants of a 1968 s

: ,<<;: t 'tJ : ofIt the sprint: medley relay team win xeroiul: iri the mile run,' and followed with a B20<<1 Chevrolet, len Bell Hammon I
,.. ,.: of Willie Cohen Hush Stephens 37. and Guy Thomas Hammon
.h quarter mile leg on the.IIPc..ld place BHS sprint medley team.
\\i: Bill B'lote and Bill Scog- were not Infured when their i)
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:I.t He la shown above Tallahassee Klckard.
runner
overtaking n
/gins The team won second In car ran onto the median of
: _. p ..4., .qtl" I a clocking of 2:01.0- topping for swoml place In the relay event. US-301, 35 miles south of

,,_ '''''''. '' I. a previous best of 2:04.5.: Starke and struck a concrete x
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i: no I Tough break honors go to drain. A season of hard work paid off Friday for Bradford'

;. ,., Bradford's ace hurdler, Plen 21] Moore [OP): 3)) Coleman [ILCli]: 21]. Taylor [tOPJ); 31 Solomon Traveling north on US-301 I Mprlnt medley relay team.. Willie! Cohens, Hugh Stephens, Bill
.0;. -.=. 1.. Onann-who finishing a.close [tOPJ] ; 41 Lumpkln 19PJ5; ] [IOPI] ; 41] Kirkland the left rear wheel and bottomof Belote and Bill Srogglns' teamed to win second In the event
'::> third In both the highs and Smith [BHSl ; 61] Davis [ILC1] TR1; 5] Baumgardner [Perry the car stuck a drain and qualify for the state final. IGalnetvIlle Saturday. Their

._ t.. lows, and was considerably off 148-5 3'4Hlah; !: 61] Woolsey Bolles[ ] 10.4 and broke the left rear axle. time of 2:03.0: topped a :previous. bent of 2:046.WORLD'S : .
his best times. For Instance : Jump 11] McCrary 'Mile Run -11 Stein [Bol The car traveled 170 feet
'. Ii,! ? at the conference meet ho 'id ; 21 Wpde 1EHSI[ ; 31] lee] ; 21 Scoggini [iBHS1] ; 31 after Impact before coming to --
turned In a 14.9 clocking In Murphy f IB-HSU J ; 4)] Barnelt Bannister I IOP1 ; 41 Smith rest in the ditch.
\\oi the highs to beat both Jim I Bolles 1-; 51. Moore TOPI] ; 61] [IPerryl 1; 51] Flick [BUS]; SI The :Driver! Lena Bell' Hnm-
.. Lumpklns of Bolles and BID Adams [FBI I 6-0 Lewis ITR1) 4:453: mono was charged with driving
Thomas of Orange Park [who Pole Vault it] Belate 440 yd Dash -11] Taylor under the Influence of

finished 1-2 at the district [BHSl; 21] Black [FOP]; 31 [tOPJ]: 21 Cox [LC] ; 31] Wool alcohol and Improper exhibition SMALLEST
: d meet. Wilder [Perry] 41] Grlges sey I IBollesli] s 41Hamrlck] (TR] of a danger weapon. Guy

.. fr wq t.T "We ,did: real well as a team [BUS]; 61 Sadler [Perry] 11-0 6] Gray [TR] 800 Thomas Hammon was charged ELECTRIC
last Low Hurdles -11] Lumpkins with carrying a concealed
Friday. said soach: George Broad Jump 11] Cheney
II Loper. "but I'm sure sorry [Bolles; 2 Thomas (OP; 31] weapon.
... tLO) ; 21] Whiddon Perry]; ADDING
'T'I" that Plen didn't mike It to Onann [BHS] ; 41 Vinson Trooper Carson Turlington!
31) Cox [LeI); 41) Wilmont
f a t is v state. He's been rated In the [ITRI] and Solomon (OP1 tie; ILC1 and Clark [Perry tie; I Investigated the accident. MACHINE

'Jf. top three most of the season." 61 Moore [OP] and '''BlockOP 61 Barfield. [Perry] 20.6

, (it. Results: [ ] tie 221. 880 yd. Run- 11] Stein Recent Births Mill ::
iR [Bolles] and Brown CLO1) tie
{ ell.. Shot Put ;
11 Anderson, High Hurdles] Lumpklns[
f tri I. ((1X31: 21 Taylor, [OP] ; 31] [Bolles]; 21 Thomas lOP]; 31] King [FB; 41] Elliott (Bol- Bradford County Hospital ti F% y!N't"rUMILILe'x '
les] 81] Berldge [TR] 61]
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r r Cheney ILO1] ; 41 Robinson 31) Gnann [BHSl : 41 Henderson announces the following
IFB] ; 51 Mayton (IBH31; 6)] TR1[ ] ; 51 Moore [OP]; Gruff [Bolles] 2:02,7: births;
Asia: !r Johnson [TR] 4611. 61 Walker [Perry 15.2 220 yd, Dash 11 Stover Mr. and Mrs. Ressle Orlffls.

T< Discus -11] Mayton [tBHSl] : 100 yd. Dash 11] Busby FBI: 'I 1 Hampshire [OP]; Lake Butler, a son, Daniel y '

; I ? .J 'L' _'" ...... ... .. _". _... _._, ............"........._-- -- 31 Meeks [LC]: 4J] James Ressle, May 2. i ; ; .
.** '. FTR1] ; 81 Linden [Bolles]; 61 Mr and Mrs. Jerald Dwayne t,

better known for foutbull In Watson.TR] 23.8 Baldwin Sr., Starke, a daughter or
Although/ MH protveHH! }!all-state!! 61 and 68), I
880 :Relay 1] Richards 21]
hurler. : KeUiene Ann, May 2.
Andy Miiyton rates among the iM OHt dlofiiH In the slate lie U shown '
Orange Park 31] Fernandina
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above letting lousy. with a throw of 110-5 3-t..whlc'h rarnmt him first place yclJ. ":r .
Beach: 41) Perry; 51] BHS; 6] CPL. GEORGE NAIL ;.
In Friday's dlntrlft meet Maj'ton IIIIH not been beaten In this.event all yvar.TTTf 'tS Bolles 1 1:31.2: ON LEAVE AT HOME J '

Sprint Medley Relay 11] Cpl. George E. Nail son of ,
f... ..YYY'NEWS ance Command In Vietnam.Col tha daughter of Mr. and Mrs:' Orange Park; 2] BHS: 31] Mr and Mrs T. E. Nail of

Edwards earned .the Frank ;Jones of Keystone Richards: 41] Perry: $] Fern Kingsley Lake, has been homeon
ABOUT award for meritorious service Heights has completed the andina Beach; 6] Belies 2:029: sick leave for 30 days after

during his last assignment specal U. S. Air Force'recruiter Mile, Relay,11] Lake City; being wounded in Vietnam on
with Headciuaiters/ 'SCI5; course ,'.f Lackland AFB, \ S vc }ytw4 21] Richards: 31] Bolles; 41] March 7. THE INDESCRIbABLE Unitrex M3

Army Tiansportatlon) Texas.; I I r\ Perry; 5 BHS: 6] Orange Cpl.< Nail was serving withA Compare these outstanding featuresl( Large capacitylists
SERVICE MENAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAas4a. '
mand at Camp ZamS,'_Japan Previously assigned to Park 2:29.0EZERSE: Co let Amtrac Bn., 3rd 10 -totals 11. Credit balance, fast (ISO
He entered active duty',w4ti) Clark :Air Base In the Philippines o oR Marine Division in the vicinity cycles/mln.). standard roomy keyboard light even
1 the Army in June 1932 and Sgt.l?; Musgrove will be I '4? khi t of touch size- no larger than a telephone,'weighs just
of Quang Trl, Republic Ibs., well.placed motor bar roll enclosed for
arrived in Vietnam lastNo: an OiClal"AIr, Force recruiterat 8Va paper
COL. EDWARDS RECEIVES vember. Phoer Ar1z. TYPEWRITER Vietnam, when wounded in the true portability handsome carrying case Included. A
ARMY COMMENDATION I.!I A 1947 gl'aduate'of..Bradford for the: special He assignment WAS picked ..,a PAPER Mlmeo Paper Bond right leg and left hand from sensational, quality.built portable machine for years of
Paper, Notebook Fillers. hostile machine gun fire. trouble,frea service. TERMS AVAILABLE'M
,Lt. Col. William H. Edwards,, High School: Col. Edwards received as a volunteer with an out- ,. ., ,
a Bradford >
County Telegraph.CLASP -- .
whose parents Mr and Mrs.! a bachelor's 'degree in standing military record ',twM ,Only, 109.50
,Hal Edwards, and wife June,I 1052 from the University of Sgt. Musgrove attended the ADD MACHINE ROLLS

live on Route 1, Starke received -, Florida. 43447 University! of Florida and the ENVELOPES all File Folders complete line office

his second award cf the ... /. University of the Philippines, slzes- Bradford County Tele- supplies.The Telegraph. Bradford County TelegraphIT'S
Army Commendation Medalon -. -.....,..-- ----'O'I''; !' ::;t and also served 'during the graph Ph 9646305.

April 5 while serving with: .: j,. ..{ Korean' War

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. :4 PHONE Bill Belote, BUS junior won sistently In the dash events I
friends and about what have to offer.
neighbors you
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964-5391 t, tt+l. Js the pole \ault. Belote has beena !' He also runs a leg on the

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'- grove whose wife, Maxine,' isj Tornado track team this. season which will go to the statemp..t Foolish
and studies that most
winning or placing con- Saturday' In Gainesville. Surveys prove
Want Ad readers do not like or underIt makes good common sense to eliminate

READY ? : stand abbreviations. Make it easy for unneeded words from your Want
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Raulerson Jr.. of Starke, Is Cunningham'sAnd people to respond to your ad Ad, but make sure you don't ruin the
assigned as a supply inventory don't keep them guessing with abbrevi
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>a specialist with a unit of the Scales Win ations.
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Tactical Air Command at
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n Ray E. Williams, son of Mr. pa. He was previously assigned you're inserting your ad to get results
r "a tr;: We make loan ,tor and .Mrs. Albert H, Williamsof to Tainan Air Station. Gulf andScales' Give full Information and all the deand make money.faking:! your ad too
any worthwhile/pur' Route 1, Starke, was recently Taiwan. Super Store won In I tafla about what you have to offer. short may save a few pennies that lose
I Zr pose. .r ; promoted to the rankof Sgt. Raulerson is a graduate last Saturday night's Keystone '. Describe your offering In benefit term you dollars in results.
; nj sergeant during ceremonies of Little League games;in. Jhei I ten prospects why your offer
Bradford High School.
And It Is To Order Tour Aa.
city park. Easy
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$25 to $6otJ1'ot near Long Binh, Vietnam. -
6gt. Williams is assigned as Airman John S. Campen the first game' over Belotes'I I capacity, condition advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Visor will

p ;- DO YOU HAVE ." a wireman in the 225th Aviation [ Jr., whose parents are Mr. Drugs Scales by beat a 'final score And don't forget price! Want Ads help you word your ad for beat possible
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Problems Robert Jackson of Keystone Santa Fe Junior College be- Scales was scored by Bruce
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.. .. .. . \ STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1968 SECTION 3 PAGE 1 .._ _ _-
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Contract LctOnNcwPO. Bobby Kennedy Keystone Pi O. I friends who came to help him Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips oil

firearm Clinic Fishing Derby celebrate his eighth birthday. Saturday evening. .
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"..1 May Land At To Get CitationOn SYMPATHY Sgt. Frank Bailey of Crystal.

Keystone Hilites Keystone AirportBobby May 14thA The community extends sin- Lake is attending the National l

Scheduled Sportsman's Club cere sympathy to the Ralph Guard summer camp at Camp

By Regina Schuber At GenevaA Kennedy arriving at Bryan family In the death of Blanding this week. _
? ceremony for the presentation -I his grandmother, Mrs. Julia. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zeiglerof
Please Your Items 4733067WOMAN'S Keystone Airport
Phone in -
clinic with of the Citation of Merit Jones Bryan of Starke last Gainesville were Sunday
contract for construction. Two major summer community members Monday Sounds like fiction but It
It will be for outdoor beautifIcation of Friday. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.Ii
projects were announced Right. open to aU become a fact about. a
of a new post office at Lake may the ---
CLUB NEWS I ST. ANNE'S NEWS Geneva'has been awarded to. by the Keystone Heights: ages, and further details will month from now, according Keystone Heights announced pdst officer ( PERSONALSMr. i Griffis and family.
at the be announced later. recently by and Mrs. Clyde Hall and
Club Dinner
Sportsman's regular of guests of Mr.
The Florida Federation of Rev. Robert Stuart from William E. Baker, Lake Ge, Homer Satterfield. manager Congressman Don Fuqua, will
meeting Monday Plans for the Fishing Derbyare were Monday evening dinner Mrs. Sullivan Jr. and
Woman's Clubs State Convention Federal Point will be guest neva postmaster who also' monthly : : the Keystone Airport. I ,be held at 2 Tuesday. May Percy "
night in Clay; Electric confer-I also ..belnsr!! _perfected, and surprise when, p.m. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R Percy III on Saturday were
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quite a
Jacksonville celebrant was .
was held in of the Holy Communion owns the present building. 14, in the Keystone Heights
ence room. will be announced soon. It I II I Hlckson.Sgt. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivanof
the Percy
during first wet In 'May. at St. Anne's this The new building will be' Satterfield picked up City Hall.
A Firearm Safety Clinic and expected that this evet, as well and Tommy Newsome and Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. 'Cleveland
last Thursday
Representatives of The Keystone Sunday. located on Highway 100 phone The (will be
pro- presentation
; an Areawlde Flatting Derby!I as ,the Gun Safety Clinic, will his three children of Fort Sullivan and Miss
Woman's Club Mrs The Vicar and Mrs. bably the found an official of a majorair made
were Jones on same property toy MaD
as Percy ley, postal
: will be sponsored by the sportsmen's .become an annual affair which Jackson S. C.. visited his par- Dorothy Mills. Sunday visitorsof
David Nelson president; Mrs and family will !be at Camp. the present building. Baker will attract line calling !him from service officer to Keystone
group to promote sport- many sportsmen ents. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil New- the Sullivan Jr.'s Mr..
Sara McDonald elected! delegate Weed this week for the Clergy said. He will rent It to the. in' to the. Keystone Chicago. Postmaster Gladys Tillls."The were
vacations activities
Ing and area. some at Bedford Lake last and Mrs. Lloyd Olive and;
: and Mrs. John Bird, and WIves Conference. Post Office Department for the Clay Bradford Duvail and I The Keyatone Heights The gentleman wanted to Keystone Heights post weekend. children of Starke and Mr.
Mrs. L. Milner, Mrs. O. Hall- The first meeting of the five years with renewal options Alachua county areas. Sportsman's Club was,organ know If the runways at !Key- office Is appreciative of the '
Dinner and Homer Brinson.
Mrs.
Mrs. J.'A. Wlliams, Mrs ETC will be held this running 15, would beautification: efforts on the guests of Mr. and
man. Sundayat through Lt. W. E. Dampler and 'his ized to promote game conservation stone Airport accommo
R. Hock. Mrs. E. Raynor and 8 p. m. All young peopleIn years. Special Forces unit ofhe\: and restoration, and encourage date a Boeing 727 Whisper Jet part of 'local clvio -groups to Mrs Rodney Hall on Sunday Harold Mills of Jacksonville.;

Mrs. W. Beam. the Church are asked to The new one-story building Florida National Guard, will protection and proper said\ that Senator Ken- make our community attractiveto were Rev. Chet Wampler, Rev. I Beach visited his sister, Mlsa

The next business meetingof come and join. The meeting will be air conditioned and conduct the firearms clinic in use of the area's game wildlife nedy was planning a' visit to residents, as well as our and Mrs. Merle Packham: Mr. Dorothy Mills, on Sunday.A .

the Club will be held Tuesday will start with Evening Prayer will offer more than double the 'hunting club preserve at and natural resources. It Florida. and the company; many :visitors," Miss Tills and Mrs. BUI Phillips, and MOTHER'S DAY

May 14 at the Municipal services. A short business the space of the present building the Keystone Airport. Lt. is composed approximately' would not allow its plane at said.A. Mrs. Merle Packham, Jr. tContinued on next: Page
Miss
Building at 2 p. m. meeting will follow. The group which was erected In 195a. Dampler attended the meetingand 100 Keystone Heights area nearby citY' airports due to regulations cordial invitation Is extended Cheryl Grtffls visited .

A special award will be given will be composed of young It will have an overall size ot discussed the gun safety ,sportsmen.were which prevent an to the public to attend Misses Karen and Terry Bree. -

,to a club member at this people who will !be entering 1000 square feet with net, us- airline using an airport that..I the Ceremony. den at Silver Lake this /week SCHEDULE I

time by a ''State Representative. their Sophomore year In high able working space of 864. The munlty projects In Jacksonville Tuesdayfor has scheduled flights of alrr I end.Mr. OF SERVICES
school. present building -built when other than their own. and Mrs. Lansln Ilersey
lines
i to ,be checked the night. members
and Philip Zeigler. T. C. by Hope Church
All annual reports i are due There will be work day at Lake Genera was a fourth to Satterfield assured the offlolal were dinner guests of Mr. and PARK
Awards were given to Leon doctor. He had surgery who were unable to attend
at this last business meetingof St. .Anne's on Saturday. May class has 288 square feet. that Keystone runways Mrs. Homer Brlnson last .
Duncan Wolf Badge; John straighten a ,toe that had been last night will have Another of-the
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18 at 9 All of The office is rated there Tuesday evening.
the
the season. a. m. men now as were adequate but was their
Paul Chlappinl. Gold Arrow turned under. He says It seems opportunity to hear
Last reminder for entries church are asked to come'and "Level 7", which Is medium no definite commitment that Lt. and Mrs. Joseph Zeigler PALMS
under Wolf Badge: and Mark funny to look down and count pastor speak again at thisevening's
for "Most Beautiful Keystone help clean the church lawn. third class. Kennedy would land ,!here of Gainesville. were weekend
Silver five of them A. D. and service at
Kinzer, Gold Arrow and now. beginning
Tree" contest which are to.be SCOUT NEWS II Baker said he Is now receivIng of Tallahassee Satterfield will be notified. lOCk. guests of Lt. and Mrs. W. E'j SUNDAYS
Arrow under Bear Badge. Melinda YoungWood .. O.
submitted toy the May 14 Plans for the Mountain Tripto bids on the new facility later-If and when. Dampier.
Mark: Kinzer was Induct spent the weekend withthe HOMECOMING SUNDAY 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. -
deadline. Great Smokies for and expects construction to Miss Anna Ruth Bingaman
meeting Troop The Keystone Airport manager '
Into the Webelos Den. His Millers. A. D. is going into Mother's
May
Our club corresponding secretary 105 are being completed., Cost get under way about June 1. ,had only one comment: Day, Sunday of Jacksonville was a recent THURSDAYS
shoulder streamer was presented the Air Foro: Joe Norris 12 is at
Homecoming Day
Mrs. Al Laeasse, Is a of the trip will be $30 and Completion date is tentativelyset Gilbert Weblos Bridges Co- "I'd like to get hold of A pair guest of Miss Jan Searle. 7:30 P.M.
by Reed Judy and Peggy. Hope Church. At themorning
patient at Alachua General will Include a I trip to Cherokee. for November 1. of clippers and give him A Baptist Recent dinner guests of FUNDAMENTALBIBLE .
Den Leader. burn and Suzy Rain of Gainesville service
Hospital In Gainesville. Her The Indian Museum Indian Preliminary estimates !Indicate visitors haircut when he lands." worship corsages Rev. and Mrs. Merle Packham TEACHING *
Boys receiving the Engineer were Sunday will be to the
room number Is SOI. Village and a play. ".tTnto that the Initial Invest- presented were Rev. Edward Hartley of
Activity Badge in the Weblos Jeff Miller has been on oldest mother the
ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS These Hills." ment In the project will total and young Lawtey
on Wednesday evening I AD Services' Held In The
Den Included: Arnold Reed crutches all week: because ofa ? est mother present as well as
Sunday masses at 7:30: And for the Is due approximately 11268. you and Rev. Sam Stewart and New -
Money trip Bible Center
Eddie Sapp. Danny Sapp, Guy blow on his knee. Hope It Is He's Just arrived home, to the mother with\. the most
9:00: a. m. Religious Instructions by June 15 and payable to In announcing award of the son, Mark, of Milliard, and
Levine, Johnny and Joey Kel- better by now. Jeff. He stands there alone.T children who are present at
for children after 7:30: Scoutmaster Steve L Moore. contract to Baker, Postmaster r Peggy and Coburn Rain, who For he has no familyi",""** the service. Following the

mass. Instructions for teen- Menus will be available to General W. Marvin Watson i sey.Opening ceremony was per- are ,building a new house on With his love ,to share. morning service a covered dish

agers after 7 a. m. mass on Scouts at an early date. said that the additional space formed by Mrs. Tittle's Den. their lot, got their floor pour- No !tie only fights luncheon will be served) and a Smith Lake
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Wednesdays. Bar-B-Q
DUPLICATE BRIDGE and will
equipment mean Mrs. Duncan's Den presented ed last week. Because he cares. \ time of fellowship and reunion
Bingo at church:hall every Duplicate Bridge club sPOn- greater efficiency In line with a skit, "the. Doctor" and MrsPace's Joyce and Pete Baton helda Yes he fights for you. will be enjoyed at the church. -
Friday evening. Play begins sored The Woman's Club. President Johnson's directiveto
by skit for her
Den presented a birthday supper and
Your children your wife. Remind your friends relatives l
Pork .
promptly at 7:30.:.. meets every Monday night at provide the best possible "America the Beautiful.'* mother, Mrs. Calvin Ward. Though ihe knows the chances who are members and Beef Ribs Chicken

4-11 CLUB the Municipal Building. service at the least possible The monthly game was won Saturday night Those helping Of losing his Qlfe. make plans to attend and renew j Sandwiches & Take-Out OrdersCoTiTDrmkrS '
The first annual County
Play begins promptly at cost.Because by Mark: Kinzer. celebrate were: Calvin Ward He volunteered for Vietnam ;,friendships with members '
Fair! exhibition,' and 4-H 7:30 The public Is Invited to Beer Nice Picnic Area
: the bufidlng will be Wattersonand I
Mae and Freddie:: who
Cub Scouts 'were very active Cause there was a war to be have moved away during
Fashion Show !held In the
was attend. privately owned the land will In the clean-up program at family. Lucille and Leroy won. the years but will be coming '

Extension Office at Green CORRECTION stay on local tax rolls. The Melrose School recently. Lovell and family, Robert No- And 'he wants It.oto\ back home again on Sunday. Open Fri., Sat., Sun. and Holidays

Cove Springs on Saturday. The winner of the Horticulture Post Office Department's cap- The next pack meet will be vice and Cheryl Ward and I Cause there's still a Job to be NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB I I Next Door To Smith Lake Grocery *
May 4. Sweepstakes at the First ital Investment Is llmiteed primarily Earl all of Starke, ::
There were 15 entries In the May 23 at 7:30: p. m. at the Murray I done. Local members of the New Hiway 214 Smith Lake Ph. 473-4531
Annual Garden Club Flower to postal equipment.Mrs. Ralph and Pat Flllmon and It has to
fashion show category. Cheryl United Methodist Church. He'll fight he Life Bible Club who by learning
Show on saturday April 27. children and Arlene Moore of
rest of him life.
with her SCHOOL NEWS For the Bible !iverses. earned a free
Tomes first
place
entry ,won a two-piece flowered was Mrs. L C.Stripling Insteadof Mildred Fayton. 473-4202. Seven members of the Beta Tampa and Corlne and Fred So that his friends will never day at Camp Olleadi! at Polk

material bloomer dress. In Mrs. Lena Clemens, as re- (COMMUNITY CHURCH Club attended the Beta Club Thieman of Jacksonville.' Be called to enter this strife. City Saturday. are Jimmy and NOW OPEN In New Location ;.r:
.
Junl. division... poited.BAPTIST. The final Circle Women'sLuncheon Convention In Hollywood last Betty and:! Buddy Mangum,. So the next time my friend CIndy,Davis Terry McLaughln. -

In the Senior exhibition will be held at 12 weekend. Those who went and children. Lisa and Robert, You kneel In 'iprayer j. .' and Charlene and MYrtIce

group, Scott Lamalle won first noon on May 20. The Executive were: Christine Oabordl, David and Jimmy Greek of Jacksonville Say one for us.
"/J with a'1I1'.II.88and Board will be in charge, under Marlen Odom were visiting Fred and We need! It Over 'here.Causejwe're arid Mr. Davis .accompanied LEONARD'S
place his entry U4 Qaboardl,
.
.
; ", .Corlne.Sunday., -
walnut lamp! base- 'With : the direction of Mrs.Otto Ore Maria YaT'br' ugh, Sue Star- ? 'I. I' >a long 'we'0Q%, .t1t young'people 'on-this trip

laced fiberglass shade. .i ._ lick, assisted by Mrs.'Charles lIne.Dale Weghorst. and Pap and Reba Nasworthywere home fond everyone enjoyed the day.

JR WOMAN'S'CLUB That -Baptist Church Rev. Wallenlus. Officers for the Christine Brantley. They were visiting In Cedar Key 'And Its great to know ,\-V,>Club meetings are now suspended -

:Meeting 'sit Co-operative Lawrence CarroU pastor. SUn- new year will !toe Introduced, accompanied by Miss Jacksonand Saturday and Sunday Kath That you people back home for the summer OUTBOARD SHOP
and all chairmen named. Each leen Molnnes of Ocala spent '
Appreciate us eo. months but will be resumed :
Wor- Mrs. Sanders.
Electric' conference room on day School. 9:45: a. m. their sponsor, -
circle will 'have a short business Sunday night and Monday
this fall.
Thursday May 9, at 7:30: p. ship Services 11 a. m. and .
n.: 7:30 Training Union. meeting before adjournIng night !with the Norsworthys.Mr. ryyyyyy.yyyyyyyYYYYYYYTHERESSA COMMUNITY HOUSE Iliway 21 Half Mi. N. Keystone Heights:\ ,_
: p. m. The annual Junior-Senior
for the' The Night- T. L. Norwood Phone '
summer. and Mrs. of all 473-4180 '
hERE AND THERE 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for Prom will be held Saturday Community residents
A dinner party in honor of all services. engales had their final meet- Inn In returned from a ten day visit ages are welcome at the Theressa -.
May% 11 at the Holiday
ng last month, but the members ., with their sister-in-law In Dealer for Johnson Motors
Mn and Mrs. Charles Baylessof In Gainesville.A Community House,' where
CATHOLIC will join together a Miami.
Los Angeles California, was By Dorothy' Mills facilities are available for :
William's Church Sun patio buffet supper at the "book fair" was presentedat :
Mrs. E. St. Mickey Gaunt Is spending Phone 473451'tyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ping basketball and
given by Mr. and pong
home of Mrs. E. A. fWsht non Melrose High School last SALES and SERVICE
Dwyer Jr of Clover Lane on day Mass. 9 a. m. Wednesday three weeks ''visiting his children : of tball. for the recreation per- .
Sunday. Mass and Novena. 7 p. m. May 20 at 6:30: p.m. for a Thursday. Several different and grandchildren In iod beginning. 7 o'clock ::;

'COMMUNITY CHURCH social gettogether.MELROSE. classes had book displays In Sportcraft Boats Gator Trailers
Guests Included Mr. and 'Y.YYYYYYY preented a California.Mr. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I each Monday evening. I --
rYYYYYYYYYY the gym One classs
Mrs.,Lester Kasin of Daytona Sunday School, 9:40 a. n mothers took and Mrs. Bobby Strick- Sunday School 10 a. m.; SOFTBALL TEAM
play. Home room
Beach and Mrs. E. Dwyer Sr.. Morning Worship 11 a. m turns hostesses. land and family are spendingtwo Morning Worship 11 a. In.: Good fortune did not smileon I
being
Mrs. A. Poole. and Mr. and Nursery at 11 o'clock service FLEA MARKETThe weeks at the Pritchett raining[ Union 6:30: 9.: m.i'; the Triest team last 'week

Mrs. Stan LaCoste of Key- only. Rfiv. Leon F. Milner Melrose Action Committee place on the lake. Evening Worship 7:15: p.'m: as it gave up two games, 10-0 Reg. $4.75Boat SPECIAL

stone. J"st'r. By Joyce Rowe1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA53 will have a Flea Mar- Rip and Reba Ralne of Wednesday evening Prayer to Garden Restaurant on

Mrs. Bayless Is Mrs: Poole's Jacksonville spent Thursday to Service 7:30: p. m:. with choir Tuesday. Apr 30, and 10-0 toKoegel' 380

daughter.Mr. -EPISCOPAl _YYYYYYYYYYYYYYW.YYYY9INDIAN Saturday at ,their place. practice following the service. on Thurs., May 2. To- Cushions

and Mrs. H. Qilmore of St. Anne's Church. Morning Mr. and Mrs. Leon LeRoy Mr. and Mrs. Haydon Smith Last week's revival, which night the local team meets "

Pensacola are spending a short Prayer and Sermon. 1st 3rd, Gillette. JrJ are parents .to a BEACH and family of Live Oak spent ended Sunday evening,'was Owens Joist at West Side "Coast Guard Approved"' -

holiday In Keystone and 4th Sunday, 9:30: a. m baby boy born May 1 in Ala- the weekend with Mrs. H. T. marked by good attendance Park in Starke.BIRTHDAY i1

I Holy Eucharist and sermon, chua General Hospital in Smith and Mrs.. Ruby. Wolfe. and Inspiring messages by the PARTY

VVVTflN: : 2nd Sunday, 9:30: a m. [Nur- Gainesville He has been named (lAke fUnta F!) Mrs.,Cheshire and son have tour visiting pastors. A (further James Ray Crawford: was Boat Accessories Trailer Parts Sklli-
sery open for all services. Leon LeRoy Gillette III. B,: Michael II. CMtty returned to Pompano. (Barry source of blessing and 'enjoy honored with a birthday partyon -

I'&. I U' V11&. Dally offices of Morning and Mr. and Mrs. Virile Rowe Ph. 470-2171 Smith who is stationed. at Ft.! ment was the special music, Friday afternoon. May 3, Open 7 Days A Week 8 Till 6 f'
.
Evening Prayer 8 a. m. and B and son, Danny spent Mondayin .. && &&&&&&AAAAA Bragg. N. C. was home for the singing and good fellowship. at the home of his parents, E. L. JONES OWNER

p. m. Rev. William L Jones Orlando. Hello again dear people. I weekend and' .visited his grandmother REV. PACKIIAM Mr. and Mrs. Harold Craw ,

HEIGHTS'DIRECTOV Vicar. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. know that you enjoyed the Mrs. Smith on Sun- AT BOATDRAIN ford. Decorations were in pink

LUTHERAN O. Dann for the weekend were rain we had Saturday night During the revival at :Boat- and blue and games and refreshments '

Divine Worship 11 Mrs. Dann's grandson, James and! Sunday morning as muchas day.Mr.. and Mrs.- Fred Swear- drain Baptist Church this of birthday ca.

a. m Allen and his :fiance from we did. Everything certainly ingen visited Mr. and Mrs. week, Rev. Merle Packham Ice cream and punch were ke'l :
Sunday. Holy Communion. 2nd '
i Sunday. Services held each Starke, who visited Sunday looks better noW' I hope William Terry at Park of the brought the message last Joyed by the thirteen 'e Newlyweds,
I "
I Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal afternoon, and her daughter.Mrs. that all of you had a better Palms Sunday evening. ,, Let This Bank ':
I Church. Richard Emma Grover also of week than we did last week. Mrs.Ida WhItehead is plan-
Meyer,
I BEAUTY SHOP : minister. Starke, who was a guest for Wednesday, we were visitingmy ning to return home this week DERMODY'SDISCOUNT I A- Give YouTh

dinner Saturday night. aunt, Monteen Crenshaw. from Columbia S. C. where A Lift

KEYSTONEBEAUTY Mrs. Bernice Gano spent last who is Alachua General Hospital she has been visiting her son "

weekend in Lake County visIting and Jean Ball, my cousin and wife Mr. and Mrs. Layton I ..

SHOP NEWS NOTES friends and relatives who has been In and out Whltehead. PAINT STORE

Edith Johnson. Owner there. of the Medical Center lately. John Shaugnessy had 'surgery -

Personal A Creative Hair Styling By Helen Egan 1 Mrs. George T. Singleton Thursday morning we had a again on Monday and! Is

Every Form of Beauty, and children of Gainesville call that one of our uncles W. doing fine. INSTEAD OF STAMPS WE GIVE

Culture Tues.-Sat 9-6; closed HOMEMAKERS CLUB spent Sunday afternoon with B. Deese of Homerville Oa Since Leeon wasnt feeUrw -

The eight clubs of Clay her mother Mrs. J. T. Green. had died and, my father and too well this week, he did not %
I 3 DISCOUNTON
NURSERY County twill Join together for Mrs. Pearl Wlngenbach's mother went up there for the /get around to writing a poem;

the Annual Family Fun Nighton granddaughter is In the hospital rest of the day. They returned and ,because of his respect for

O.C.Carnes Nursery Saturday :May 11, at 6:30: in Jacksonville. home Thursday night 'but our fighting men In Viet Nam :ALL ITEMS

p.m. in the Mlddleburg Civic J. O. Dann who has been went back Friday and stayed here's a poem written by one
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Ilwy.100, Florahome 839-1165 Center. A covered dish supper sick: for several weeks", con- until Saturday night. My of these brave men that was

Nanary Stock Thousand will be served, followed by an tinues to Improve. grandmother and I stayed In sent to Mrs. Sullivan by her. Outside

of Plants Fruit TIWM to evening of fun and fellowship. DUPLICATE BRIDGE: OalnesviHe with Aunt Corlne husband who Is over there. HOUSE PAINT Gal. $6.65
choose from Shade Trees,Evergreens '
Members are aaked: to bring: a Winners last week at the i and Uncle Alfred Hudson "The Life of a Soldier"'
& Plants In .
Landscape meat dish and one other dish Melrose Duplicate\ Bridge Club while they were gone. The life of a soldier Exterior-Interior .-

containers. in order to for families Livingston and of Gainesville Is hard to explain.
Camellias & Azaleas' provide were: Mrs. Gay Mrs. Lagrasse LATEX PAINT Gal. $3.47.
Let Vm Do Your LandscapingUSED and guests. Each clUb will givea Mrs. Ray Starnes, 1st place: 1.1! spending some time with It.. a life full of sorrow

skit during the program. Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs. her parents Mr. and Mrs. It's a life full of pain. I :

I The regular monthly meet- Phil Kromer, 2nd Place:''Mrs. Owen' Bryant. It's Vietnam orders SPRAY ENAMELS Can $1.29 To bride and extend
CARS and Mrs 3. P. Reddish and That cost your life. every groom, we our ,
ing of the local, club will be Roland Bryan Mrs. Dolph may
Electric Mrs.: Loeb "visiting 'her parents It's day letter warmest good wishes. Whenever you need a financial I. j
held at Clay on May Vose. 3rd place: children were" an every
Hanks Used Cars 15 at 10 a.m. The first hour Duncan and Mrs..C. V. Home Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter From a lonely young/ wife. Paint Brushes Drop Cloths lift, we're ready! At this bank we specialize] :ain

BIG CASH DISCOUNT wIll be devoted to the class on o and Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs.F. Sunday afternoon.Mr. It's a day full of training.A making good wishes come true.

TERMSBUY weight control by nutrition led T. Hogue. tied for 4th place. I : and Mrs. Charles Strom night full of tears. Step Ladders Garden Hose -

SELL TRADE by Mr*. Margaret Nelson, CUB SCOUTS and children and Mr.and Mrs. It'. a lifetime lived Come in and get acquainted. Let us help you tI

Rfc 1 Box: SO Home Economist Agent.On The Cub Scouts held their i Charles Callahan and children In Just three short years.Then Garden Tools Wheelbarrows i iI set up housekeeping or bookkeeping or both
1IW7, 100 S HUe 8. gtartee.CONCRETE May 30 the Annual Homemakers regular monthly pack meetingat of Orlando were weekend visitors comes the ,time I i
low
I with cost loans to help you furnish your '
Picnic will !be held at the United Methodist of Mr. and !Mrs. Doyle Your first three day pass I
I, : PRODUCTS Spring Park in Green Cove Church Thursday night.A James. 1 You hurry right home Garden Carts x home. With full banking service we can help you. ::

Springs starting at 10 a.m. Bobrat Induction Cere. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lutgen To that little lass. I with sound management, always. =

INSIST THAT ALL YOUR The Clay County Council will mony was held for two new and daughter, Doris and I You see her at the airport, Gal. 5.Gals. !

CONCRXTB: PRODUCTS provide ,beverage( and paper Cub Scouts.Gregory Chlapplni Donny Osteen of Gainesvillewere She's wearing a smile ROOF COATINGS 98c
ARE THE BEST FROM goods. ket in the yard of the Episcopal sightseeing In Cedar Key i, Though she's been crying for i $3.40CASH i KEYSTONE STATE BANK :

Homemaker. Camp will be Church Saturday, May Sunday. you

Edward's BuildingSupply held for adult members at 4-H 11 from 9:00: a.m. till !9 I p.'m. I Jerry Music, who Is stationed For such a long while Member FJXI.C. Kejrston Heights, Fl*.

J Inc. Camp McQuarrle, near Astor Furniture, books, dishes and at the Submarine Base in You run to her arms. AND CARRYHighway

Park on June 4. Reservations lewelry' are among things New London. Conn.. is visitinghis Inside you,shed a tear. ; "''Y.IU'' Friendly Bank In Your Friendly ...,,_,J

'ft8 H.' 'MahtM"UGAINESVJLI..E! should be made now. Complete that will be offered for sale. grandparents Mr. and But you're with her now 100 Keystone Heights Fla. Community." I -

,, FLA. details may 'to obtained from Proceeds from the sale will Mrs. G W. Ellis There's no loneliness, oo fear. ;

the Keystone. dub president. be used to help finance com- Lou Miller and son. T. C., But what of the soldier behind
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yyyyyy.y.yyy.w Superette next to the post office Mrs. 84 military; service and reflect ........t ''.Id "t.t.1 notice*. Each claim. or demand I I Description Amount of
Burney .,, ,
You and each of you are hereby shall be In wrltlns, and .hall Taze.ip .
will be closed several great credit upon himself! his notified and nutod/tops/ ettae
THERESSAFrom HAMPTONBy weeks due to the owner A. B. Life-Long Resident, unit, the 25th'' Infantry Division ant any claims I and demandS .ost.onlm addr.ss. .f theY. cla4ns- 2I.fld Beo.Twp.Rl* A Owner M>.Costa
%... _... ,
which you, or altner or \lyouimay'havrf ant 'and)shall to by
Craver, having an infected Passes Sunday and the United States ; against the e ta4ei >o( .thsaoUilsjiant! ....1. .*****t. ftJmtrarsj
leg. 'Under doctors orders. he Army." HENRY PEARS.ALL,J.deceased., .y, and 4y-stlch'cls.ftn rsmana '1484:"'Lot 7 of Blk
Mrs. Mary Williams late of said County, to the not so filed .shall bavoid. .
IS
Lawtey B of
will have to stay off of his I Mrs. Amanda Green Bur- The citation was made by County Judge of Bradford Coun- Ry Johral POWISI'. 1.81

( preceedlna Page] I ""...""" ..".A' feet for several weeks. ney 35 widow of Will 'Bur- !direction of the Secretary of court ty .Florida housssaMe, at hi.. office
CANCER DRIVE died Sunday afternoon the; Army. K A W By
THOUGHT ney, Florida, within six Tentamant of '
NEW BUSINESS for the American calendar. months. from the time PHTARtfALL ..dllO..4.'N01'ICIII 14tN&-S" 'In
Collections
5 In the Bradford County HENRY
May SW Cor of Lot 17
Kate Douglas Wigsln wroteIt : -
COMES TO HAMPTON of the first publlustlon of tbl.I I-, 4tOF Lass
fund drive last Ex B 187 Ft .In
Cancer Society
Hospital following an extended I
the other Jo"'PIl Qmber 7.U
"M06t of aU "
The Hampton 'Millworks, a week came to $68.02 for the I Lawtey: Fl] i.f Ry .
beautiful things In life come new business in illness CAM. von IIIDD' "'NO 1610-Com'at ''SW
specializing
dozens Hampton area.Assisting Born in Bradford County NOTICK TO rovrHACTORg' Cor .f L.otl7 *
and threes by 'TAX 'B1L1D
by twos cabinet work, etc., opened this In the house to Bid limning flute, ; Run N 304 Ft El
1882 and a life-Jong '
and' hundreds. Plenty of roses, week in the old Durden Store Sept. 8, Time: 2:00: o'clock' P.M. H.DT. 160 Ft For A
stars, sunsets. rainbows, house canvass here were Mrs. resident, Mrs. Burney was the Date: (Wednesday( ) 16 Juno.:168 Notice i.'h r.by'-flven. ithat on the ttfe*I k4yot ''May; POD Then Run N
building near the post office. Willie Mae Clark Mrs. Sandra late Nathan Notice is hereby !given that 346 Ft'H '100'Wt BS4
brothers and sisters, aunts The business will be operated Haddock daughter of the the Board of County Commissioners 1968 at Starke County of.Br.dford.: State of STorMa, tax FtTW 100 Ft
.
Painell Mrs. June D. and Sarah Hutson Green. of ,Bradford .To POD In .Lai.w-
but only one I County
and cousins
i by George Davis, who is I Mrs. Shirley Hamel Mrs. Dor- She member of the Un- Florida will receive, snaled bids ale certificates will .toe -ax>M' nltJi i 'tfonolwio ,(le cflJ>ed. land ley B of Ry Mid State Home .
,
world. was a .11.01111211AB.IJ"
'
mother In the whole living now in Orlando but until X:00 O'clock P.M. UD.T? 'I-->
expects -
If you are so blessed as to othy Sparkman. Lorraine ion Primitive Baptist Church.: on 26 June 19H8. at .the office of to,pay the amount due ft>r taxee.Jaet'l: o it .tiM-Mjne, "0' TO '
to his
move family ito Mrs. Norman, the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Varnes. Shirley Include three of NW Cor .Lot
have your mother stiLl with Hampton in the near future. and Mrs. Barbara Hill. Survivors In the Bradford County Court together with all cOsU! 'of' u h Mile] !. iiil alt <10, K 100', 8 of,100',
Mrs. Ida Mae Oas- House .
you, let her know what ,helflCLu3.8 daughters: at Starke. ''Florida. At "W ZOO'i N 100" To
to you; if you me not., Others interested in the business PERSONALS Que. Mrs Annie Bell Crawford, wild. time all bids received will Description y0B3t of tB0g.4nLawtey JD
are Paul and Richard Those attending the steak all of bit publicly opened and road of RR1B36LOt'S'Ex'W' ,"W..1.Cb.tlltl. ''fin
find a quiet moment to say a and Mrs. Eva Libby, aloud In the Court Room of the. ofLand rotates) .j
Crawford of Iawtey 'who are honoring R. A. Bran- D. *Hnulford 1 <'ii!
supper : son: Newn County Court
Starke one Housa
thankfulnessfor
little prayer of 8eo.'rWp.1Ire rAo cOWMNf iaIIII Costs 66 Ft In Town of
what she was and what masonry contractors now nen of Bedford Lake on his Burney of Starke; three brothers InK Uarke of. all Florida materials, for the and furnlMh-labor ,5awt.yEt.of, By lOtty iHawArlth 7.44

she did for you. constructing a large housing birthday were Mr. and Mrs. : Willie Green of Starke; and construction of the follow-, 101-.A1I) Ptt of N% ,U6 .A"of BPc a' .NW

development in Gainesville Tracey Jones and family Mr. Lacy Green of Jacksonville 101& bUlldln8LD Bradford 'Coun" of NB"4 'W of: 'Lot Cor IS In N Lawtey SO' of
The owners theproperty Jones and ty 'Florlda: Branch .ISC -10 'SB 'Jack "1'. TParrl 12.01
new purchased and Mrs. Bothelle and Claude Green of Max- NIOJW & ouRTiror 'FOR H of RRH.O''t'oFOB
1\1.0- and building from and Mrs. Lynn IIR.UMI'OHI, 257 aW 14 of SW14 .'B &0'' 60' .
ADDING MACHINES: family Mr. Ethel OIJIITY. FI.OHI.
vllle; three sisters: Mrs. ISA, of SW1& A I A 1W ))so', IN .60' To
HTAHKK.
uak. or electric. For sale en- Mrs. Mary Wattersoon of Hall and Mrs. T. P. Brown of Thomas and Mrs. Maude According. to FLORIDA plans and speci. I! In "BIO' Cor off POB Mid 'State moms.
"1.17
rent. Add. subtract credit bal Hampton. Hampton. Mr. and !Mrs. Gordon Newmans both of Starke and fication on fUe in the fflce R/W 4o SW'A. Ex I 7 M ? 5outbrn Ofi I .. lBO.
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anoe.- Bradford County Tele Another item of business Interest 'Wee t and Bobby of Mi- Mrs. Pearl! Markham of Jack- Court of the at Clerk Starke.of' Florldo.the Circuit ..._....m','_'... ..u "._._A.e__ '1116 Townof-Lot iJLs/wtoy 41 in

graph. is that the Hampton! ami, Miss Jessie Mae Bmnnen sonville. Din -fnntttvttit a ft'.:tt O,.nn ,\,",,*Any.-* 376-8'1. .of 8W% 0fNW',4 ,31 of, Ry1668A .MaiRMMMrford. ft.t44
P.M. E.D.T.: : u. & NWK of ,. _
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-- 28 June W of-W
Bran- 1968 will 80'
of Bartow and Ardell Services were from the UnIon not be considered. All bids must SW14. IS 1 1080 _H.H.-..ote "S". 150' of "W" ...f.Blk .

nen and friend of Montgomery Primitive Baptist Church, b.. for tn" full construction. of 890-.NR'4 of REV .-44 Sjsrwtey B
Funeral Home I Ala. EIders said. bulldlna; aooordlns to'the I3x S 6 A. 'Cor of of Ry: Mid State Hon...
DeWitt C. Jones 8 with.
Wednesday May Plans. and specifications. Bids NE'A Of HK14SK'xi & inc. S6.17t26714E14
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest I O. M. Yarbrough and for -portions of such construc ofNR"4 & OtLot'44iaLawtey :
and son Bobby of Miami tion will not ba considered. 'tEa..h 83-4 of I IMWti 'nt JB -of
STAKKE )PHONE 9C1-6200 I Harry Eddy officiating. bid muHt. be accompan N 1'.4 & NWV4SRV4 \ of 'RyI15t1.i1.Wl : T :J Alderman .(."
spent the weekend with his Burial was In Dyal Cemetery led. by a certified check cash-' by Lying 13 t.f'Lot
mother Mrs. T. F. Brown. DeWitt ier check of.bid bond KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 under direction of amount of five per cent of the Kx RPM i* i ao' "in .H:!IH -Mott .121:1'.111: 43 In Town ot ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks C. Jones Funeral Home of: basn'bid as Kuarantae,that the 'OO-B-J.ot.! 1 I Of Lawtey ,K: of.Ry E4WSed4exte) 11..

and family spent Saturday bidder. If awarded the oon-. Blk 4..of'Corllotta ,1878-Lot 46 In .
Rental I Services Starke. tract, will, within ten consecu tt/I Unit I AuruattCtMsrr.tO ,.,... 'Town of Law" ley H
afternoon in Flagler Beach.: tive calendar'days' : after ,..r'.Ry Ida Ruth.rf V4 rt.H
written '
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardenof notice beingtflven of 402-A-Ixt. 1, l.S of : ,
such .1591-Lot ,10 In
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CIIA1R3 Jacksonville visited Mr. and Services Held award, enter Into a written' con ''Unit Blk 1 7 Corlotta. ".I'/I' '/ P"BI,.1i iin 44.10 Town of Lawt..y
tract with the Board of County JB'] .f tty-Bx that
CRUTCHES Mrs. K. B. Watterson Monday. Monday: For CommlmilanMrs. of ''Bradford 416-One Lot In SB Port W of C'-Or
County Florida, In Cor of NH of Lot ..
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown .accordance Rd Running from "
l Mrs. Mendivil with the accepted bid and give 1 W of Bv 483 Ft "SR816 to School
'of Winter Haven spent Sunday a contract "Surety' Bond satis B&WByBOtP'tOnNEnd&54Yt Property! }dx'tW.1821.1.Lot.s.Dese Guy HMHtb >'*.11

with his mother Mrs. T. P. factory to said ,Board In an '
Funeral services for Mrs. "amount' equal to one hundred On a End l* 7 '10< Charity; .WlIB&e .Il.u In Deed' Bk 61

I Brown. Jeanne Reno. Mendivil 34. Per rent of the contract price 480-Com 128' W of '123 In Otts .JM.
I Mr. and! Mrs. Leo Wigginsand rasa of failure on the part SR OOP of HWM\ ...-....I> B *
Serving Florida Mrs. Eve Menefree spent Starke. who died Saturday of the NUcresHfut bidder. to of NW% On W .W .I.Io.ICI& A SIIntNB .. ., ,. '
Since 1950 morning ,of pistol wounds execute a contract and contract R/W Hwy 14 Car Of:Lot "
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. bond within ton consecutive ocieudur Run N ori'M ,R4W .\$15 Mid sute>Iirrttn ntC
c97oir Williams and Mrs. Ida were held Monday, May <6. days after receipt; : of no.tire 32V for POB. ContNly rp 1f1:6.: .84
tWl Seme. ffna.Mrs. George of ;the award of contract 207.5', W
in Hope
from the grwyestde '
tg Wiggins. the 'hock or 'bill. bond. shall. be JJ99I5'. 8 '11 Deg 1633-W 3% A ofSWH

..,.#" ... -- .., ...,..... Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and cemetery She was near born Starke.In Alexandria retained CommlsHluners by the Board of of Bradford County W K 101.6B 225.6' To 84 POB Dog IS '11 '11 .M,rrl. Carts f ,11GoS3! .-NE'4or'.NFlt4\ r & NWVI' ci of ., II.. ".

Debbie left Friday morningfor County. Florida. as liquidated 632-SflHi 'Of ,.SW14 NK'4' of SWV4\ 14 1.11 ,,13 3aIin2'Cahd.wsl1\ \ ,
Marianna to pick up Bay N. Y. May 4,. 1933. dmnaiTRS" for such failure. Otherwise & sw4 of BE% 19 1..11 '$0 'JnbItehead l1S.114 1634-SE: % Of SE%
the S 11 "10 Jamas Jaokson Jr. 'lff.11
Survivors include one check or bid bond l shall of-BAY\* 84 ,
Cordially Wendy who Is finishing the ba returned to. the bldiler. 634-8.oE.NE14 .of SW -
\ CarolynEaves NKt4 1638.A-VAIn I
daughter: Tammy Jeanne SKV4 of
semester at Chlpola Jr. Col- No bidder may withdraw .his Cor-of KM "
NI'J1t< 1 A In NH
Mendivil of Starke; two' ,sons: bid for a period of sixty days of BW/4 fQtst.1t{
lege. They were visiting In after the date set lor the Cor c: NW% of 106 .31: ..1 tl "H 'MidJoe. StanfJlMne.
Welcomes Fla. open 8.45tl .Bein Sq.
Representative J7 Texas and also attending David Hoadley of Cocoa. Inur ,thereof.All NE210'! Set 82 S 11 ,,,81 J Whlt.hsad .19J1

and Michael J. Mendivil of 542-A-Com At Tnt .
work .hall be done In 16.19-1-A 110 Sq In
HCmlsfali 68. accordance
Ph. 964-5812 You .and ;Your I of W Line of !SW! '
Dan F with SW-Oor-of 8W5i
\ Starke; one brother: Plans specifications I
H of N
122 N. Bay S& Family to Your and contract documentsrnlatlva R-W NEK of SEW ,.. .5 M Modern JlomosJfjnanc
Dan F. Hoadley of Melbourne Line S 295W
I '7.11
RULED LEGAL PADS. thereto .. prepared by or R.W 260' .*...JX, k. ",
Starke New Home Fla. and her mother and step- Frank Ooorite. Architect Pa- FOB, 210' .N4S4' 1I62-T..t"D.> I"
Steno Notebooks Order Books!]I father: Mr. and Mrs. James latka,',Florida. Plans specifications WWI ',. I* .Of JBk.,14-388 Jl5 5 13 1IlIott1M&WU..
and .1."
.
Bradford County,Tele contract documentsmay .1 ao.
etc. 196'. BBly 39495'.
Norris of Cocoa. Fal. be examined at the office 8 18 ft 2189 B2JD02' 1663 Bate at NW
The State of Florida mother andstepfather of the Clerk of the Circuit -
Fla., and her Court N 420to Cor of 5W74Sf
I (Courthouse Building) In POB ,1 .11 4 TTnryL'&Icatby' SWof NW%
: Mr. and Mrs. Starke, Florida, .
I or at the office
grapb.GLASS 5I.tI'
'
.iSfi..1R Run S 100' for
It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and Of Architect., 108 North Palm
James Norris of Cocoa, Fla. Avenue In FoJatka. Florida. 546- WU," Of KVT% 83 I M ,Ill J-B ..Whttehead .59>40 .POB. -Fl 7<5'. .'8 .

To Acquaint You With Your City.If Rev. Robert D. Burch pas- One .net of such plan. and contract S7S-SH of Lot 8 or to l0O'W.75'roB N 100' '15 1 It oNloi.atateu-a:

FOR EVERY PURPOSEMlirl..ors tor of the First Presbyterian documents and forms forblddlDK S'/j .of 8WU of .r.i
.
,Ino. .
may be secured by SKtt DB 51-72 15 6 Jl 20 Curtis Whit. 77.0

you are new in the area, a phone vices.Church officiated at the ser general of. the contractors Architect from by depollltInlr the office 624-SW!% of NTVti 1 I 11 40 ,Mn J B Thomas. BAt 59.40 1
therewith U6D."W 185' o>fEl ,1110. Ill
call will bring you a prompt visit Burial was under directionof from general 9000.contractors The deposit .' of rNBSK 1666-NEH of NRU

FOR EVERY PURPOSE C. Jones Funeral will be. refunded upon jiubmla-I of BWA Ex N 190' 1 S 11 .4 WIUU F. .Sweat 7.44 of SWVi Ex R-W IS S II 10 Jo* 3.nkin.'E.t' <...17

from local hostess. Please give lion. of a bonaflde. .bid ana return 628-DI-A-Com &.tNE1 I 166 -NWK of NB3H
your of Starke.
SHEA'SGLASS Home of said plans and contract documents Cor of BVi' of of 8WH BrR-W
In good condition within NF.J% of NE% Of Lying B of
.4nga--
her a call! She has. maps and many ten ,days after the date sat for SWA W 18948' icy Rd Flower Show the opening of bids. If general for 'POB. S 100'E185' .
CO. 1678--1 'Lot' 0'Uoj
xnnractnrs. desire than N 100' to '
free and wonderful gifts for you At State Prison of such plans more and specifications onaset POB 1 I 11 -1 'tlcniBwe j t 6.18 In of NB NB14\Cor Of of SE N'A%

from local 37243153724B51 three. may be obtained by 826-D-8-W US' of
Kdmond iJatuuon;
of SWU\ IS .1 19 1
businesses.'V 1313 N.W. 4th PlaenGoinlivilla May 16 17 18 paying the cost of duplicationat M 4911.4& of-NB4! .Et.Ai ....,
the rate of 11.00 per sheet of SWIi 1 .< 11 .c mvIRMle: 13 Norrworthy: ....
for drawinwa ao.1 U.&n ....- .at 1 79-e% of NFlII
The 8th Annual Flower for; specifications;; -,;,-plus -handling- 29 SWVi-S 784 of Ft 8W>of 4 ofSBK\ .of BWVi S5Ft 6 21 6 Areatha '1pflof4, .%j t..' *

charge., which will not ba re- Lying. E of Rd ft 1IE4-8% of.S1I\4:\ or "
I Show will be held at the Flor- :Jr. 10.'
.
fundable. Ex RW & Ex 6-8 SW,4 II 12 10 George Strons

Ida State Prison. Thursday Bidders qualifications must be A In NW Cor Dow 1698-EH of NE% .
through Saturday, May 16-17- satisfactory. to the Board of DB 'JU-PO 195 1. -11 13-jyS Harold Bryalldsen 22.08 of 8EU\ of NEU\ 18 ( IS C Laura Coy: M1

County Commissioners of Brad- 643-All W% of NB 1710-B 1 A of W%
18 with
emphasis garden
on ford County. Florida. ,. and said 'A E) of 8R '225 I' 11 'n "0 R Alvsrel, Jr. 1S2.38 of NR'A: of SWK\ ..It
Board shall ba ,
the .
roses. sole judge 46 of NE'1743AIA/ 18 12 1 Prance J nkln
-NH of NWtt
cif aurh qualifications.. The Boardof
The show is presented an- County Commissioners. of of SK'% m* That .sqin 1
Bradford County, Port W of St Rd BE Oor of SWH ...1
nually by the Ornamental Florida. reserve .
the right to waive In- 121 I S 11 1 "Ronaldjeasne of NB14\ of 8EH\ 16 5 12: 1 Esaw BrightJr.
Horticultural Section of the formalities In any bid and to ,Andrews .13.13 17111W of SW

prison school under the direction accept any bid which It considers 684-3W% of 8E% 10 S 11 U Elek LelioosQ .189.04 If of SE. > B ,
to he the lowest responsible ,7.A-COm, Int of U8 of SWK \, '
of M. B. Jordan
Super- bid and to reject any and all W Line of Sec 14 .of 3-W4 ''o4It &E14
visor of Education, and Stan bids. ,& 'N RW Line of Ex RW II .S 11I"13 'vHt:er"M-8troB* IS."

ley Crawford ornamental FOH: Rd 100 S 75 Dog V1185B'l"Lot
*v TUB BOARD OF" COUNTY Of 35 Sea .B on T5'[>>
In Mobile horticulture Instructor. COMMIR4IONBRS"' !'! Rd 196.6' to FOB ,ft W by 100' N *
Homes Hundreds of exhibits will .be BRADFORD: COUNTY Cont K *10' N 14'Deg 8 In NW 'Cor of
FU1HIDAnv 68" B 110'' NPJ'" of 8W% of
..
.
on display from the main : CHART-TOI!'! A. HARRY N6 & oi" 35' '8EV4\ It B 12 ..Billy .D ropS .
There Is No Substitute for QUALITYAT prison and will include such RT Officio Clerk of Hald. W 210' 8 14 & 58" 1765-A-l.A In SB
'divisions as orchids in Board 25' W 110' To POD 14 S 11 .Lee ,B Luck.tt .64.69 I Cor of N 250' -otSRU
bloom.
5-1 21 6-9 786-4--Lot 4 of Bile ...f .NE% of
dish gardens corsages, terra- 8 In Crosby LakeShores SB\14 18 22 .1 David -Jamas *.>.

MUSTANG MOBILE ''HOMES"THE tlums, and hanging baskets. IV COUNTY ,Zell Frsdrlak 4.63
JVDOR'8 COSInE'iv
The public is cordially Invited AND FOIL BItAUKUHU, 788-5-Lot S of Bile 1791 of_NEH AU that of NEH Port\

to attend the tOl'X'I'r, FLORIDA 8 of Crosby LakaShores Also
show dur- All That Port
QUALITY GOES IN In re: r lItat. of Atlas Mtc Co 10.61
of E 800 Ft -of
ing the hours VICTOR
BEFORE THE NAME GOES ON" following : doceItRPI. S. CAJJPANKLLA,, 788-8. 7. 8-Lots 6. NWH\ of NEH

Thursday. May 16-12 noon N01ICH. .] TO CHKniTOItS 7 ft_ 8 of Blk: 6 That Lies. _8 of
to 9 p. m.FI'iday. All In Crosby Lake Crawford R<] *.
credlturs of the entata of
May 17-9 a. m. to Victor. a: Campanula. deceased, 805-B Shore.-Par afl Duo Herman. Nettles 35.54 NWH SV4 \ of'of 8WHof NKH\ *:

\We Assure You The 9 are hereby notified and required In OR 47-112 Nlfc Cont of NWH
Highest QualityFor p. m. to file any claims or demand K I 11 19.81 Harold Smith 17.IS of SWH of NKH' .
which UI.C-13-Lot
Saturday May 18-9 a. m. they may have again 13 of 4k NEH of 8W4
I to 12 said estate In the office of the Sampson Lake Shores Wlllard Browning 23.35 of NEH BB'-i

noon. County.. Judge ot Bradford Coun l 2-SA In SW Cor of NEH II I It 16 Doyle 'E a: 1'11.
The Lowest Possible Price i ty. Florida, In the Courthouse of NEH4 of NKH\ Starling .sits
at. Starke! Florida. within sixcalendar &. Beg .at NW Cor 1804-B-Lot. 12
13 ..
months from the data.
I of NEK of NE\4\
ft W 8-A of
Lot
Sgt. StokesIs of the first publication of Run 8
this 780 B 450'( .. 14.n
I_ .-- '.. notice. Bach claim or demand N 608: ,5* to 8 R-W .Ex.Or Rd R-W I 11 II Glen Garr: Bennett 43-H
-
Cited mu.t ha In writingand mu.t of Bt Rd 229 1807-Lot 19In
state the place or residence and Then SEly .on Rd Woodlawn Kx Lot
12 WIDE 12 WIDE For HeroismPlatoon Poet office address of the claim to Int with B 100' SW-Being-'
ant and mu.t be sworn to by Bndry of NBW\ of W of SB Cor It I..U .1I.nor4: Z1X t. $0..'

2 BEDROOMS 3 BEDROOMSFROM toe claimant I : tit his agent, or hisattorncy NHU N 428' to NH 1807-A-Beg 50' W
Sergeant Earl L. or will. become Void Cor W 1320' to of SB Cor of Lot
Stokes according to law. PUB 'Ex Par 110' 69, N 100J' W 100'.
FROM: : son of H. B. Stokes. April 16. 1988. H<] on Rd on H 100'. B 100 to : "
of Starke and the late 'Mrs MARIO CAjrPANKLT.A Ely Bdry <>''JA'E'/ FOB It e .11 'i i Helen -Strron 1 f.M
.Administrator( of the Estate of NFl! % ft S'/ ofNFl4
Lola Dyal Stokes was recently 1816-Lot 10 a: 11 T
of Victor a. Campanella Bx K-W r Or Rd Lots 23.
$3195 $3395 cited for heroism while serving Thomas deceased Basement ,10 .T, ,11\\103 U>vlM' K Newtsan -1I1.14 EH of Lot 14

with the Army In Vietnam Attorneys A Plero 'I 864, --8V& of RKU.of .all I Lots 26.27, .11 '

According to the citation: I>. O. Drawer 1010 N-W4 ft VEIM! of 39 Woodlawn 10) .1.22, t0'ilaredd K.' ._n ,450.12
Starke. Florida. 8W\4\ '110 "TH1' '0 B CrCyal 839.18 1832-Bes; at'BK'Orr;
'-. "Sgt. Stokes distinguished 6-1 4t 6.2J 877-.Com -at SW of.Lot 38 Hun W
-7 I_-._._____.. q himself by heroic actions on' Cor of SSW, of 170' NW 100'( 'tIB
NE4 Run 'E ,tOo'J SE'100'. fW
All Homes Fully Furnished M.H.M.A. Coded Sept. 25 1987-while serving Notice of Application 'Along 'Sea UnaD2S 100*-to.FOB 11 -8 12 -TMwardTSrowii .f."
as platoon sergeant with Co. for Tax UrmlSec. Ft For FOBThen 1840"A-1ASQ .In

and Florida Approved D, 2nd Bn.. 27th Inf. on a NOTICM: .IS 1.-... F.B. - IIKREBY
GIVEN B 110 'Ft. A .Ut) ..
In Woodlawn ..
.
searchand'clestroy operation' that Mr.' Carl H a r ton Ft. W 110 Ft To I It5 12 ..1 ..I.ac... ,vte..
the holder of the following POB 11 7 11 'I( E-ICOIll 1.38 Corp. .I8.8I
in the vicinity of Xom-R8ng. 1880-Lot .21Woodlawn
eertlflcates has filed laid. certl.tlo. .
No Tricks No Gimmicks Vietnam. .Element3-of rSgt.Stokes' .t"It for a tax deed to be Issued 891 SW A-'That%of BWVt Port of N 33 ,8 .,. ,10 Brln.on1W'Savag.'
....It
thereon. .
'companyand'an 'element numbers and years The of certificate lsntias.cs, A.W of St Rd 227 II 7 11 Herman Hartley 65.17 186N 'of--517174' -&r.

of another Infantry the description of the property, 893-'WH of SBH\ 11.1 SI 10 Paul B Arnold 80.48 of Nw'\4\ f*
and the name. In which It was 10 4-,All 8WU\ B of of NB'H ot'u'w'S\
Just Good Honest DealsBuy companycame under Intense aiaeeaed are ... follows: -River'/All WH .oft NWH' till II" CS David T. Tyler .M.1S
enemy fire-from an-estimated Certificate No. 34 of NWU .B ot H83-A-Begat 111"W'

Viet.CaDit.squad. .Oneplatoonwas..tousauU Year of Issuance Idflft River* 'All EH of Cor.Lot,in .Pests-
Description of Property R 60' NWH S of .RiverEx vine Run 'N 105
Your Mobile Home From The Dealer You Can TrustYOU'LL .the Vi t.Cong of Lot 13 Blk 18 Lawtey E. of K 40-A It 4 .11. 100 rW.OI.-
firing! positions -while RB.Nsme 1081-NWA B Ot IflS'.TP'POB IS
'Sgt. I" C 8 Finance.Oo-'Ino..lt.lt
In .
which a.se..ed'Sam. River 10 4 31 110 W H'Edwards, Jr.: ....11
BE GLAD YOU DID! Stokes -..platoon-laid! .down abase uel Crockett. i 1ItBT-.Lot. .0..11.11. :
ItSO-B-1 Lot 'Zx"R/W" '
as II. 22II 11ft ,11..1
\ Soott Stroas ;lat
being I In ?
. > of fire. Sgt.'Stokes property
was thlbJn .
Deu'o 'In 01' .Elk I.
r''r --,--, -; ............. ocated'on'the' left of the'eIe- of Florida.. of Bradford.Elate 18Pir" 377 11 I'll ,aawJ na 'Riohard. T.'"" 1595-.Lot..,VeetavSJ.le .1"_
. ments in direct contactwith Unless such certificate or eer 1113-Lots- 'S. 14 tn I98S-B-Canv.st.flW: .
. tlflcates shall ba redeemed according Woodlawn '11 .6 I'll !0?.r,e.rT MAtho "".11 cor.otTBH! : / ot
'I'U theen.my J force.'"He reflectIvely to law the property. 12J8-EW of Lot ,,10 kW14.!N-'n4l'3" '
.
conducted a moving described In euch certlflcsts or N ofBt .Hwy .11 B. 11 S Jam,..8 flapp 39.67 71.' to -.'W RW
: certificates will he sold to the 1809-E3-4: of 8H of of Rd ZOO,NLY on'
iJt 1ffi block although exposed to Intense highest bidder at the court housa NE) % of SEH4 11 111: IS 'Edwin'<*t .rlln. n." ..W>Bdry, IV FOB,
enemy fire, Insuring the door On the first !Monday In ont'-NLY, on
!Month .of June 1142-4-A In '111WCor ''DO
the 1918 which I. Bdry 300' .to.
safetyof platoon under of EH of NBK
the Ird day of June, 193. tflrI71d.1WPcesi-ag
fire. Dated this 16th day of April .of NWVt\ In SLY of-Or
19 63. City at luiwtey 13 S 11 4 J'E'Wall :Jr. 1T.23 ZOO', dr.r; -wjth
"Due to Stakes' ,
Sgt. actions CHARLES A. DARBY, 1401.A-N ,IIT.69'. of '
the Viet Cong force was pre Clerk of Circuit Court of Elk 14 In Law 'mr..t:1.roo''m ci ..11 1Joho'R Davis SILlS

MOBILE HOMES IH'.1 vented;from: (flanking his"ele Bradford County Florida tey W of Ry1440.A Clifton N.-Trevmtt 71.51 .IU S-Com at NW .
6-1 4t'5-29 _cr '('.16' -Of Cor of" SEH of
ment and Inflicting heavy Half Block I In swig Ron 'fi (COFt

L. j casualties upon "his platoon. !. the Court of n. c....? Lawtey W. of Ry .CUrton-N., Pra alt 1.71 to QO.,8Wely

Its outst.and1aaJeadershlp.. Jades, Bradford County Florida, 1471-Wtt of Lot along Rd
10-A'ln 345Ftiteptfl,
U. S. 41 :North Lake City Fla. Phone 752-2797 personal bravery/'and' devotion In re-' Estate Is Probate.of of..Ay Lawtey -auras B-8. ll 1I.IS, ConsS-al.lg OX"Yln'1po"r

t. o'duty are in"keeping with HENRY To "'II'''Cr.dit.re PEARS: ALL sad, D...PtrsoasHavttoc .......". 14rlaIft"olB:: : 9.1t 10 13, W, .Z91.'Tt,, tirtto '.,. v,J at M JI..ttt.

the highest traditions>f :'the POBJBxRW u 1"t., k$1 I ,
Claims '*r ,0._ Lawtey B of By 'Allaa" tfas"Johasoa' : .J..bH.OwMow .1 JL11SECTION

Raid $83.31. ,fLtMt.ad .4IQ; !j11Szt .I'apJ






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la The rC.-n.t,. .ledge'. c..t .

2.' Probot.Bedford; No.County, .1..ld. Prom Pl'ececI1q: P*..lAo Description Amount ol, Description Amount ol! Description Amount of

In SaW-SK: **** J- P..Tarl. Description .WVmoontoi t of TaxesLand of TaxesLand uf 'TuN fI

ton NOTICE. TO CREDITORS! otLand .'" 1'l i,; Taxes' I ..aec.Jwp. : : ,.Rp" '.. Ao Owner and Coat See. Twp. R(e Ao Owner and Costa I 01 Lam flee. Twp. Ego' Ao Owner a.u41C osG94810ACom

All creditors of the estate" Of Sec.TWpe...s Owner ) sod Co.U

J. P. TARLTON deceased are '18SS'. -Lot 5, 22 of 3416-WK of Lot 1 at NIU

hereby notlIW".ncto'r'ellulred to 2049 C-Com ejw. Elk 1 In Gahagan8D of Bile 10&820' Cor of SW4\ of

Ills any claims or demand. Cor of EH of '. Robert Lee. 26.00 of WH{, of Lot 2 NW\4\ of 8144

which they may have aialnst of S"J 14 0( 'Wi' ? 2564-Lot '. of Bite Bile 10 L T A COB Run W to NW ('or

aald estate In the office of the 4201E fa.. 5 '" 1 In Clahagan 8/I Arid Farmer'. Supply 68,21 of my 2.78A For ..
county Judge of Bradford 105' 420:. Bx R/W fRobert Lee 6.64 3464-Lot 11 I of Blk PU W 50'. l'I' 100', .

ty. Florida: In the Courthouse .W 10&to.I'oa!' .11 .82 ..PL. _... .Klnanre Co 08.31 8607-Lot. II, 18 of t.S 16 In 1... T. A Com I7 50', N 100' To Mid State. Hontea. '1
at !Florida, within six 2080-Com at i SW Blk 1 In Oahagan Add Bill Klondes 65.17 FOB 10 7 sa Inc. 9.41

calendar month of this from the first Cor of E'.f'\ SID Kntelle.Adklna Eat 42.27 8488-WH of Lots 1. UII-I Lot 148' H'I

claim publication or demand ndtlce. Each Hw'4 of !INW1..a 2S90-Lot 18 A Btt'\ 2 of Block 24 BeIng In SW Cur of

writing. and must must beln Run N 400' "for of Lot 17 of Blk 65 Ft E A -W filW', of NW'! of ..

place. at residence and Mat the POB, .B JOO', N 3 In Oahagan S/D Willie Green 60.45 By 100 Ft NitS BW'.4. 10 1 sa Raymon Hall 8.n.
past of. 100' ,W .
? e0'e S ,
Ice address of the olalmant 100' to' POB' A ., 1 2138--Com 860 E In L T A: Co. Add Ernest W Allen .841-14 100' ofNW14
:
and must be worn to by the Strip' U' :IN AS A 20' N' of SW et al 168.20 of 81714 of .
claimant, hi. I ; 4 of 3489-Lots 18, A 14, 81714 Which, Are ,
agent or his at. for '" <
Access'totR/l McRne 9.21
10 22 John iE
torney. or It win beoom. Told 2118 8 W'.4I'lN1"' ; \ H ; ., Of Blk 24 In L. T. E of Co Or Rd iii 7 22 Cicero Colo 81.8Q4906Reg

accord InsWilson to laW. : of-SW EH\ '"Of .S-Wv%, 60'. S 104', W 60' '. ,. A Cue Add Lester. J Frevatt 184.30 at Rf'J Cur ,

H. .Tarlton of % 8NIt to POB 22 8 (23( .United. State Shell 3580-B 146 Ft of 8 of Sect Hun N
WILSON H. TARLTON' of SW\t\ ,/I: W\I!\ Home Ino 71.26 10Ft of Lot 1 A : W 1051' S
=:a
Administrator of the Estate of sw'4 of ,N1ijof \ 1630 Com at SW E 146 Ft of Lot S 17 106' To 4

J. P. Tarlton, deceased. U 8 32K 80 ,W,IH .Dukea ua.llo2129I'lE'4 Cor of NWH of A B 146 Ft Of N 2 pUB 19 7 22 1 Oladys. I Shafer 13.1' '
Eugene F. Shaw ot NEE% HWH Run F. 480 Ft of Lot 8 of Blk

EUGENE F. SHAW of NWya 6 22 10 W H Dukes 19.81 Ft. N 130 Ft. K E In N.J. Jones Add Menly L Proctor 16.63 .920-I..t.. 10. 11, 12.

143 West Call Street 2134-A NW 4 of 160 Ft for POB 868!)-Lots 8 A 4 of U. of Bile It 19 1 21 OlndY" t Rrhafer ".5.'
Starke Florida< NW-4 of aW'4 Ex N 200 Ft, E KO Ft Blk 1 In Temple 1I23-I.ot 14 of 111k .

Attorney for Administrator E 40' 14 6 .2210 Morris Overstreet. 20.28 H 800 Ft, W 62 Add H A Luwson 274.88 14 in City of

__ fl2 4t 5-18 2142-2 A .In JSW Ft to POB II' 22 Ben C. Davis 10.44 3812-Lots '7, 8. 0 Hampton 19 '7 22 Gladys r Shafer 43.a7'

NOTrt'R Cor of Eu of 2849-Lot 13 of Blk a 10 of Blk 36 In 411114-AA-U "I g atSW

Notice I. 111'1'.11' SWK\ of NEH lIe- 1 In Nat William Peek Add Joseph H &: NolilM 1> ('IIr of 5V'/
n.ereby thatsealed InK 420
Ft BID Ex NH William Aldrldg 3.71
bide will be received 210 Naw McQee 121.07 of NJiJ'4. N 4.8' 1'110 '
the Board of Public Instruction by by Ft IS 6 22 2 'W M Harris 63.05 2852- Lot 9 of Blk 8754-Lot* 1. A 3 H R-W M (Jr 1t1-

of Bradford County, Florida at 2145-SV4 of NW'. 1 ;of Nat William of Blk 33 in J .M I7 on S It-W 41177:

the office of the Superintendentof of WU! of NE-4 SID Housing Service John Add Ex W H 5311'. W 4JJO' 7'n

Publln Instruction of ,Brad A: B% of, NBH of Corp. ,68.89, 60 of Lot 1 & 3 P L Benton 66.69 Beg" 21) 7 22 ,,5. OUR C FOrMyth 111.3'

ford County. P. O. Box 939 Par on Side( x 2859-Lot<< 6 of Bile 3818-Com: at NE} 41180.A-O..jIt at sm .'
Starke, Florida I up to 7:30 p. -W 15 6 22 8'}V4 W M Harris 41.64 JDN..t. William. Cur of 8I'2H ofNKH ('IIr or 51V'4' of 1:

m. DST) on the day of May } > ef8WH Lottie Mae Reynolds. J &: Run W SEI. W 75' N

23 1988 for the construction. of: &fSK Kflt. 0." 260 Ft 8 lI r> Ft 100'. F. 16'. Ii lOll' .
Phase Two Bradford Union df'S17ya17of ? 2872-Com: at SW For A POB Then To Beg 20 7 22 Mi.) -State Homes

Area Vocational! Technical Center SBH Cor of NWH\ of Run W 100Ft S .1Of.II{
Starke Florida.at of.NW'4 15' 22 10 Wesley M Luke 30.88 SWH\ Ron E 610 100 Ft B 160 Ft N 4I1U-N'o(, or RW\4\ Inn ,7 _

which time. bids. Will 'be opened 2148-R' 139.6' of W Ft for FOR, N 200 60 Ft W 60 Ft of fill I' I I':lx> 3 A :I

and read .aloud.Any bids 409.&' of .44*4of ,", Ft E 60 'Ft, S 200 N Ft To POD 19 8 23 F:'oNn Thomas In N W CII" F.1C :
received after the specified time SW % of NWV4 8 Ft. W 60 Ft to 0 j 'Tiiomna I 16.31 That. rnrt S! IIf ('o .::

and date will not be considered. of Co Or Rd 15 8 22 -UsmD Ducar 67.61 FOR 22 ft .22 Tattle Reynolds<< Est 30.93 3831-A-Belt 15' W lid l34A 20 'I 22 16341iaura AleXander 17.81 ;;

Plans, specifications. and con 2174-B-Beg 100' N of 3 77-Com: at SW A 119' N of Stt 4911i1.A-Com at NW i i!
tract documents may be examined Cur of NWH of Cor of ofNBH ', g
KB Cor of A 2A r'm'14118'.4Ft,1'l1'l ( r IIf Lot II H-I IPof >>
In the office of Dnn R. Tract. In 8W4 of BWH & Run M on of of HW'4 or H\\"o4, : tI!
.
Morgan. Architect 2201 King NWM of NHVi' \ N H BHC. Line 780 Ft ,60'7 W H 110' For 1'011. HI.I 1 .
Icy Avenue, Orange Park FlorIda 100'. W 100' 8 100' for FOB then N 60 I. 13 To W Ilwv P. II

and as fallows. : E 100' to POB 18' 22 Thomas Discount Co. 1.41 300 Ft, E 100 Ft 100' To Beg I 29.1 22 J Cordon Wager 11.OS ;221: ,. WIt Along VV 011It

1. F. W. Dn4ge Corporation. H 300 Ft. W lOll 3909-.Lot 6 of BlkJ.Dln -W 100', NW '1'" .. 011V
.J.rk IIOnv 11I10, Florida.. 2174-C-Bg 100' W Ft to FOB 22 6 33 Mary Lennon' Eat 10484Qerldls Butler Crt \ tine IIr led, II, t. ::
8. OamnsvlllePlan: : Room, of RE Cor fit A 2679 F.lm..r Thomas. 63.34 N lOll' To 1'011 20 n
Gainesville" Florida.' i 2A Tract In SW4of \ -Com at SW1Cor .\. 7 .. Betty :J Hand. H.ft C
3, Dnytona Beach" Plan Room, NW'of NEW! of NWH of 3920-. WH of Lot !3| 4973-A-N44 of H"4" !
I:
Daytona Beach Flt>rhla. then N 100', W SWH Run K 400 Hilt 12 Uaxklnai '' IIf NWya! 21 7 23 II) Harry. G.IA..t.r, ...73 R I
Ft, N 23O Ft, M Add Mr 'N D Rosier 6.81
PLAN AND WPKCIR1CATIONPHOCUREMKNTi '.
100, S 100', E 100' a .a 61)V\ J
60 Ft for POB N To 4071-Com: At NR
Beg 16 < 22 Thomas Discount Cv.! '..012188Bpll' I
A. General Co-ntractcTrs:11. Upon 200 Ft E 60 Ft, 8" "' ''I i Cur of SWH A "'' ,. That .Ios 9 of Nt .. __r
20' N of 200 Ft. W 60 Ft .. Run W 630 Ft ltd II 28' n I Alma Johnsos
request and receipt ''of fijo.00, .101'.81
Int S Line. to POD 22 .
of ft 32
plus 4 per cent Hales tax, deposit of I Smith S.61 For A POII Run G050-AII RW'4 Oof r 'TO' . .. -..T
of Oeneral Contractor two HKV\ of NKYt\ 2847-B Com BW .". 8 390 Ft To Ht Rd '
(2) sets of plan and iipenlflcatli W R/w of Hwy Cur of SW'4 H 100 Then W Along" 1x tWN & o.J[ >rnl ii -:: =

ns will Do forwardnd. If 301 for POB. Run 39.46', N 118.75', !K-W to H tI.... 116x' III City of

plan. and specifications are returned Nly along' W RW2K4.rr Cont N 93.76', H Line N to H HH 4 Wllliamnoll : 10.11
In W Par to 320.05' In FOB ig I '.'- Linn. D To- POH .Wiley ::
good oondltlonwith
-
H Line of \ of nl51-AII HW'I, of If
SEU 7B' 8 Mil.75'
W Bx R-W A
in five <6) day after- '
of bids, the full. deposit Receipt will be NE'4 280', Ely S15.6' 991.1 Sly rto POD 75'. N 93.76' to Demi Or 12-P.'IIj'1, 29 .8 23 .6 Eugene Tunuer. 25.08 NW4 H-W\ Nof 16x> W Ity 4U3'Rx : .5.
22 8 23 .Charlie R Ix>t 32.44UOBEGO'
NW
refunded. 4HO-A-Com 'I'x Par In
Nil
381ft Cur ,
POB Ex> R/W 16 6 22 1 Milton. Carter c. I R
B. Sub-Contractors. Vendors of W Cor of HWH ofSE'i Ileing 1611'l ::1'1: 29 'I aa 13" ,
etc.: For plans aM.pacifi 2204-Com:<< at 8T 450' of N 93"' of 8 221' For Bor.-'rha :wn"y" Williamson. to.58 3

cations to sub-contractor vend 'or of 8W14 of. B. IU..' E of I7'A' fort of "f' .. '. '
.. the. deposit SW' : A Lnwtvy Rd In IBS' POLl Lying In If JiJ'IA
..rb.03t plus 4 per cent tales Ita"x. run 1vPfI't) HWH of 8WH\ 61203 '- W Port .of W'i That NJoJVo Li.17 If] NN'4' 1

If the plans and specification POB, N 889', W 22 ft 22 Teffle. A: I/llll of 8EH 29 ft 22 ynm'WThoma. .. .39.H1* Hd 1125 It 1I..lull'of tit Hor

are returned. In good conditions 260', S 880', E 200' Ma. Kewl 41.77 4170-Beg 25.04' R A Land of C: I.
within five (Ii) days after receipt to FOB being E- I 2697-Com: at NW 410' 8 of NW Cor May ao ,
of bids. the refund"" "will 4-A of W 7-A 16 I 12 4 $)IIi.neT7/e7'/ 87.0 Oor of HWH\ ''of of SICH\ of SBH, 1 7 22 T J Aldormlln 13.91 t
be $30.00 plus tax. Deposit. ) 8WH & Run 0010.A-R"jf 1190' 17 I .
I S 180- H 97.21', 8 7B',
2247 WU\ of NW & 7:16': N of
SW
checks shall be made payable to I Ft for POB then N 75' To
Architect.C. A Ex 6A In 813 Run 'if.:8.OIl', ('nr of NJiJI4 of .' .
the E 200 Ft I''A 29 8 23 Owen R Alvor... Jr 77.97
Separate. .''h et..lfor drawings Cor & Ex 2A In 60 Ft W 200 "Ft ,u N17'4 W 160' For ;;
'
BW Cor Ex' Par 4166-Beg 26.04' B POll I' \GO', W 011'POTiiSO'
of 4ficatfons N 110Ft :
or paves spa< to POD ;
may be purchased from. the 3A9 Dose Ex or Bk 11217Ex B PO Ex R/W T, 22 ft 28 Raleigh Cox V 13.13 of .NW'of 817 Cor% Run-x>fSBH E 00' To H using R..rvlc, <
or
Architect as follow '(no refund or M-487 17 8 22 92 R K Ferryman Cl.O 2704-Com: at NW 8" on B R-W of .1i 6070-\1-<'om nt SW 30 7 23 f.'OJ'I'I 86.1'1' .0:..

) Cnr of SWH of 8T 140'. B ,
Draw Inns: ft.00 per sheet 2268-Com: at SBCor SWH A Run H N 134.84' To t.O&1lne ('or of N19'4 cat ,a

plus 4 per cent tax << of 8W\% of 810 Ft. S 110 Ft of SBH\ of8BH NI.J1i Z' 111 r,' )17 r. :
Specifications: '10 per page BEE A Run N for POB, Run W W On 1411' For 1'011. H .

plus 4 per cent tax.Nolel 278 Ft W 181.11' 50, Ft, S ton Ft, B H9 .H4', Tn t_>T_>_._.Llne.84( A. _99_ W Davl. 120.An W 159',, 60'FJ 60', N IBO' C
for A FOB thenN 60 100 Ft 4288-Com To POll aD 7. 23 m T. .n.n.Dh 17874
at SB .
All requests for plan and 22S Ft W U8.7'Houth..rly to FOBN *" 50DO-A-All niks 8 3
"specifications,. .. sheets S3 8 12 II Hartley \ '.81 Cor of SBH of e'' '
193 Ft & 9 In Hampton
pages. 3718-1 Lot 8WH A Run N Henry MuClellAn8l. *
of drawing shall. or ha made of through specifications E 188 Ft to POD 17 ft 23 1 Robert L. Beam .. 72.7 Cor of PJ"1InaBE 165 W B2H Ft 5115-N''(, of Lot 3 ; j
NEH of 8rtF I of Hlk. 1 WrlKhtaAdd :
the office of the Architect. 2271-A Beg 190.1 SWH be 8 13 628 Ft

Each bid shall be. accompanied N of SW Cor of ing 600E & W S To POB 2 Albert A Clark 30 7 22 Richard. D May 6.01
by a cashier's check or bid SE'4 of NWV4' toy n. 83S3 Mid State Home Ino. 6.81 4265-8BH' of NEH\ 81.89'I.'I. 51211.-Com on N Side ;:

bond In the. amount of 5 percent Cont N115''w B 3730-Com at NW of SWH Ex R-W of O H A F Ity :
ot bid payable to the I 210', S Cor of 8Vi of SW A Ex Par lieau" In on K Hlilo of 8I: Vtnt : ;:

Board of Publlo Instruction of 210' to Beg 11. 12 Albert Tyson Jr. 18.118U8ZRell' H NBV4 1"r.' Or Uk 23-281 83 8 ,32 110 Victoria .McFaahlnn' 9.07 NBH\ A Run ;:
Bradford County Florida a.I Run W .?( N .162 FL Wly 1:1'I: '" ;:
4272-Com at -ND '1//
andguaranteeing 1760 8 for POB. Cot 8 r. Ft to'Rd, Aly' ;:
faith
evidence of good
of NW Cor of NWH of8BH .-
Cor8'8R0', 100' ,W Along Rd 310 Ft .
that .the successful 119.8', N ss I
I bidder will execute and furnish E 133'n:; N 869.V. 100' K 179.6' to A Run H 1''' To Jly, Along N .a
I .
W toV 840 Ft W 280 Ft MI
I the Board of Publlo Instructionof POB 0 > '' FOB also h..lnlt'll1. .. j 1.. qy, .n7'+ .,.,,,. For A POB Then I ,NJ 4 w eV -Slila.! ) ofJly ISO Ft 30 7 22 ,1 Charles 0 WIlllanXBon 9.21
Bradford County, Florida I a 11' 6 22 26,.E Damon Doll 41.8 ofOSW 4 of NWH\ Run 8 210 Ft W '. .''\ I 513S-H'4( of SWH >4 1 ." .

I bond Issued by the Surety Company 2286-A-1 lot 808.76' 8 23 Irene William. 210 Ft N 210 of SWH, Kx UWKx

, licensed" to do Business> In 8 30 '7 23 20 C N'William 38.81

i Florida' and listed by the United Cur of NWH of 2733-DP* at NFl 4278-S W H ofNWH 5167-KV4: of WU

States Treasury Department' as SW'4 11 6 22 Jasae. Tyson<< 68.4 Cor of BI<'A of 'SW \ of 813 H -Ex. c of SUH 34 7 22 40 John F Robertson S..48
I for 100 percent of H of NE'
acceptable contract price within ten 2290-W 220 Ft Of SWH Run W"188'of Par Sold S3 6 22: S Victoria McFashlnn 11.11 6194.-Com on W
the NBH' of > 1 Hide, of Ry It-W'
(10) day. after feeing 'awardedthe 8WH Ex 8 161.6'. E 183. 4279-NW 4 of ,
Par Hoc Lint' &
Do.In or BK NWH of SBH: Ex on :
contract. Said bond guaranteeing N '1G9.87' to '
23-99 A E>; Par In 7P00' Par Hold! A Bx Lot Run N on U-W
the performance paymentof or 40-212 32 .e 22 Juanlta. Brown 9.84 700 V...... W 35 Yds.,
said bond shall be paid for 18 6 22 6 Dorothy.* Dace Or Bk 20 HOT 'N'H70Yd"tol'cJ.ln
2777 All EH of ... .
14.78 549 A Bx R-W AKx ,': "'"
Jennie Hall
the. Contractor.No > '''. :
by :
NWH\ of NE% N Par Deso Or Then ,hi ti> H.II'c't., :4a,
No may withdraw hl.bid 22">1-That Port ofE'4 of Rd 24 8 22 10 Edward Rluks. 4227 4u i A In SEVi: of '' \ ::
Bk 21 281 3:1.: 22
for a period o-f thirty ((30)day ) of W 440' of 1833-Com: 4 Victoria McFiiHhlon 11065 SWH' 35 22 "
at. SW 7 A.n Kelsoy-, 80,918210All
after the date set foropening NEH of SWH 4279-A-I Lot Deao
thereof which CoP of NBHof Or 23 Pg 281 n., 22: lulus .Mltohell 101.06 8W 4 or .
'
The Contractor wilt be required of yZ2'i! f fS 8BH Run B on 4296-14 A In SB' SW'", Which Lien, r.
R/W of Bessent W of ltd! 100 1 8 22 ''31'W
II Nollman 63.11
I to complete said project 600' IS f 22 Isaac Cummings. Sr. 22.992291CCorn Rd S65'! for POB Cur nf 1 8<| A In ,
within the time set forth In his Con B 210' N 210' SW Cur of E % 5245-A-Lot 46 on .
: at NE ,
bid. "eH W of NW ',i of SB K S3 ft 23 Allle White 10.20 Pine of Crystal.
The successful bidder If any, Cor of NE 14 of 210',8210'toFOB I.>ik. Homeslte Luther II McDowellWC \ 7.4*
five SWH. W 992.2 !Sly .. IT' 22 Broward Akrldg 69.09 4297-A-1 Lot a*
will be. notified within (6)
5248-Trfvta 48, 80, 52
day after the bid la '8 A Par 122 Being 160' 10
Board of Publlo Instruction In Line 6 of Elk 2 Bradford Lake Homesltu. Byrd 15.69:
of Bradford County Florida reserves 1108' to W Line Hts. 8/D Nell R. Andrew':* 69.88 aw y100'N&
S Cont. .8BA M-L 6366( -I nts 70 A 73
EV4 of W 440' of <
the right to reject" any 2922-FiA of NW /4 '
: In of NWHof Finn Crystal.
of on on
and all bids, .and to waive, any Sly NE'4 Par W Line NWH to of SEH of NBH 48.68 sitjt 1" 33 ft 22 John D Dlgg. 150.0r Lake }HoniOHlte R D Attorbury
Ex ,
N 105 Ft
Informalities < M f S3 8 Margaret Ray Coll y 11.81
8M2
8t Rd 8 229. Sly 4297-1H A Lying .
BOARD OF PUBLIC
TUB
INSTRUCTION' to a Pt. S of POB. 2928 : 1 t"i. Being N A W of Hwy 301 5302-Lots 41 A 41

BRADFORD COUNTY Nly to POD 18 6 23 John A Camming, ..... 18.38 1226 & S Bnd 8' Hv (Cham on Oak of CryMtnt.
by 58Ft17&W hers, W ByI..ck.: Lake Homeslte John J Dunluavr' 11.11
FLORIDAThomas 2291-E-N 150' of 8HOO' lying A being In
N.Bv McCnslln H 6815-I tit 62 on Onk
L. Casey, Jr.. ? of E 220' of NE Cor of W ,
Superintendent W 440' of NEHOf of NWH of S03Hof \14 .J 'I By Hwy4353A 33 .8 33 Jessla Orson Drown 44.07 of Crystal LakeHomeelte. Lyn Campbell 8.11.

6-3 3t 6-18 SWH 11 6 22 ,Jim Gumming L882291.0N NE% 28 "6 -23 a Msdlo-WIIIIamS 107.89 !Lot otnofctl: *
13 In Emma. Williams 8.84 8124-Lot 70 on Oak
UO'of.S 2981-N 70' Poll 1
Notice of AppltaMlesi. 300' of K 220' of II Lot 23 E *: W by s-".. .383-1 Lot In NW of Crystal LukeHomesltea Ino Keystone Properties 7.11

for Tax DeedSee. W 440' of NEH of 165' N AH Bnd HfojrWeller ... "" Cor of Lot 2 <<>fOlk
194.14 K.S. SWH2291H\ 18 ft 22 Harold Gumming 9.88 St. 8 by 1Land 1 5 Run 10 5347-Lot 45 on Cy.presM .
GIVEN
NOTICE IS HEREBY 105.3', 8 110' W Ave In Crystal
of Marshall .
,
that B. B. Rowlandthe 220' ;of--S W 150''Of 440' !l I INE W by Rlli'ox A- ." ,J 105.3', N 1101 ToFOB I Lake. Hume- .
holder<< of the following '' sites Arnold Q Smith ".41.
Lewis Blk 16 of L William F Rossnr 11.08t391W ",
filed said' certificates 4 of SWH IS 6 22 Jack. Gumming* 9.28 -
has "
certificates for a. tax deed to be Issued 2293-E 440Ft of T A Cos Add U' 22 \Quigley .A payln S.61 800' of N'" 5149-Lots 48, r,0. 62 :
(: o-f
The. certificate NBH of SWH Ex 3999-Lot 10 of'Blk of 813H of NBHEx on yprull"
thereon. R-W A Ex Par Crystal' L a k o
2 of bowling Park '
of Issuance R/W Kt 4A 440'Bq
numbers and years .n 7.44 l In NW Cor 150' Sri| 33 .1 22 i'I II I. Hartley 16.29 HorriHHlte. Luclun DeLoiichf 18.21';,
the description of the property (| In 8B Cor 18 6 23 10 Lottie Reynolds Bat. SID O D Ker..y Est | ,7:

and the. names In' which-H was 2291-A-(A 'In 8R 3606-Lot 7 A NH' 4401-A-Lot* 12, 13 i I G3B2-Lot 64 on Cy-

assessed are a. follows Cor of B 440' of of Lot ft of Blk .. of Blk 4 In South i I. '. Lake of Crystal LOS
Certificate No. 2 NBH of SWH 18 6 22 4 John A Cummings Jr 33.95 '1 A Lots 1, 8, 3, Rate. Replat Bx I'} Homeslte William Frost

Year of Issuance' 1968 of Elk 3 In fowling Ely of Lot 13 of 5359-Lot 69 on Cy.
B NW
2295- Bit of Charles K-ft
of Park 8/l S* ./ 12 A R Johnson N. 88.21I Blk 4 .
Description c'j ftt1n1tO\\. H of 8EU 11. 23 89 Dan Hankerson 77i28 Carolyn Fuqua| 148.61 prose of Crystal
1, 2. 8 of Blk 7 I 3009-Com it NW Lake Homeslte Keystone Properties
Name In which assessed Ted D. 2298-A-EH of NE Cor of SWH of 4428-1-A Dniw all Ino. 1.14
Bigham.All '/ of SBH: Ex 2A N : I ,Beg 840' P! of NW '
197'i 5370 Lot S on Palm :
;
In In NB Cor A. Ex
being Cor of NF.If
of said property hi
71' for B
POB of Crystal Luke : .
Bradford. Stateof 8 160' 18 ft S3 Catherine Dell 24.65 NWV S 2W toCanal t'
the of .
County 100', 9 112', W : Humeslto tat Mortgage" :
Florida. 2365-'Com at 8F1Cor 100'". N 112' to : H 171'. N Corp of atuart 118... '. .:

Unless such certificate or cer- I of SBH of Poll; 28 ft 13 Edward N Green. 3817 255'': W 17 f ToBeg ;'.
NW
tlflcates shall be redeemed according NWH\ A Hun W 33 6 23 1 Lensla Kite 6.1) 11318.A-Belt at
3040 Lot ,8 Blk ; :
of of
Cor of NW'4
law the 'property 394 Ft N 180 Ft
to .62t.U-lJec at NW
: a In Orlgr Town ofStarke NII14\ Run I. 450'1'ur
certificate
or
described In such B 297 Ft N.S85 77.86 Cor of 6-A Tract
Daniel R Magyarl
certificates' will be .sold to the Ft B 97 Ft 8 605 .' ., In sm Car of NBH\ 10r.1 8 .01J ..
N 106'
W
3164-Com: at SW .
highest bidder at the court house Ft to POB Ex W' "
of HK": 8 170', I.J 1
door on the first Monday In 228' 11 S 22 S 'O'BiBradtoy.i.Kr'" *. \Cor of Adam A 123.6 Ft. N 176', W IIH1, To POB R'e .'
.38BUIy Madison I Per Prop I"or ,
lethe 73 St. *
Month of June 1968 which Eat. 123.6' To POD 34 6 23: .
Mid State HomesIna lIou".. Wrung Hou.lng Servlcea
Run 262.6 W on
S
Ft,
of June, "'I960.
3rd
day 2371-B Lot 2 of 1S.31 1836400W34 I
I II 33 "
Land Corp
Dated this 16th day of April, Blk B In Dale. 00 Ft. N to'tt. .
1988. wood S/D B Chamber 107.33 K 90 Ft to l 28 ft 23 J W .AnI..we.Jr 351.96 I 451>2--SWH\ Rd5Ex of NE! '.

A. DARBY, 3227 Com: NW W of 1 II 22 : ''I 1
CHARLES at
Clerk of Circuit Court of 2377-Com:' 420 Ft N Cor of Call A Bay Parcels Sold 35 5 22 14 Maurice A Lea 29.44 aAiuanl Hicks S0.3318.2S '

Bradford County, Florida. from SB of SWH Cor\ of A 8ta, run N 218.56 4592-A-Com at Inter 6475-Lot 4 of Blk :,1
SWH\
6-2 4t 6-83 Run W 115 jFt .N Ft, W 112Vj Ft. of Wly R-W A of The. havenS .
8-100-A A RR W
for POB Run N
-D Ex W80' of
Notice *f Av-ll_ta S 60 60 Ft Ft E to 115 POB Ft 21 ft 23 Josephine Ellerson 7.41 9431 Ft-Wly 155- 7.13'10.1: PORN W, S 175' 13 S S3 Jim R Smith '11p' ','
77 Ft 78 Ft .
Sly
for Tax D.-. 2397-Lot* 7, 8. Ply 155Ft 20871':, H 20871. E) 6479-17-Lot 17 of I
to
"..... 19-l.lfl. F.S. A 10 of Blk 3 I In POB S3 8 22 .W. J Studsllll 184.99 208.71': To FOB 31 6 22 Kllng 8 Orlffl. 96.21 Lakerlew 1'1.' Stanley W Davis) 8.68 '1 1

NOTICE 13 HEREBY: GIVEN Sunny Acre SID Alfred Barnes Eat 16.62 4820-C Com:' NB' Corof 116 I o.JJ-.J Lot asfJenn .J
2300 Blk 6
Bloodjiworth In L T 1
that Mr. Eugene ,
Or Uk 28
holder of the following 2423-SWH of Blk A COS HID Ex> Wty of SWH' '80.7ft
the L Hutchln
.177 Douglas 1
certificates has filed said certificates 2.4 R 3W A. 51.14W1.DIkt R/W Ex E 75' of of NWH Sly On B Pg!
R SWA Line of W'of' 5810-Tract 10 1.1
Lot 1 12.63
bef\
deed to Ed Hunter
for a tax certificatenumber 1. S Scsf HWH of :NWH Carl. Vollkouf S-D James Lee 114.97 ,1{,,
2304-tat
The. of Blk
sued thereon.. and year. of Issuance, R 2W&E M 8 In L T :COS 8/D Hankerson 5.01 800' For FOR Wly 56 H-N 90' of B St'!
Clyde L LtI
of talk 1, 2 as 152' To I.JlId., .. of ...0') of .NBVi of
the description' of which the property It was o-f R'eW of Temp 3320-Lot 3, 4 of Ht Ril. 11)0-A.) "Sly' W '1, 13: 8 33 Clyde E Stubhs 110.DS. '
In
and the name S/D .11.'. _II .JS.-H Lawson 398.18 Huh 13 In L T A. 210'. Ely 191', Nly -: $
of W
assessed are a. follow.: COS 8/D 6723-N 200'
Certificate l Na 11ft.De"rrlptlon 14Cor -Com at doff Malta Harmon 18.45 POB I ..7 23 Nelson Crlfflu 31.14 8-. of NVs ot
Year of Issuance: of NWH 3323-Lot 2 of lkrin 4629-1A In BK Cor NI': % U S 23 10 Alfred R Walker" Jr 109.18 10 i
of Property No. SBH W OSS' for 15 L.Ta CDS of e
WH of NWli :'
601)-1 Lot In SB
of SBH o*; SBH Sec : HPOB.W 100'. N 11 / Helta Harmon 6.54 of SWIM I 1
554. S'4 'II 1 Harold! M Orlffl' ('IJoI' of H'4" ofNBH
; 141 (t !
36. t-8-S. R-21-B. degree "E I 8324-W 62' of Lot. et al 20.81 of NWH of h
Name In whichaanesssd C. 'J!. too' 8 21 .degree! 3 A 4 of Blk 14 '
4751--Com at NW NWH\ Being 108 '
W'. ill to FOB 11 ft S3 Jenalng C, Gardner 36.35ft T A. COU :
& John Rent B/D Cor of KM of Ft: N A 8 by 1IO
All of said property being /In 2454 J-om at SB Cor Carrie Coleman 11.71 8WH of NBH A: Ft E 2 A W Ex B !; q ,

the. County of Bradford, State of NEH of-SWH. \ 2136-Lot* 1 .A 3 of Run E! 460 Ft 8 308 50' 33 8 23 T :J Alderman. .) ftt.Df) i. :
of Florida. Run W 80S 2' to .. Blk 14! In L-T A: COS Ft W 411 Ft N VI

Unless such certificate or certificates POBrW ".ta.. Nly 8/D Ex WH Ida Mae Sherman :Est. LOS 135 Ft To FOB 7 7 23 3 Aa1e 6025--Com at 111'1'of 'i !
shall be .redeemed. ao-i 110', Ely 464', Restaurant 191.81 Cor of SWH : "'..../ {
8381-N 56 Ft of Lot -
4762-Lot 1 Of Bile NWH! A Run N
propertydescribed FOB
law the 101.2' to tl
cording to such certificate or Sly 26 Lot 3ofItlk| 1 of Little Holly John Edward 350) Ft For A
In acid to the In W112WIDTempeD 42 In L T A: COrf/ wood Ex> R-W 7 7 S3 WltkowsU 13.38 W 35(1(
be
certificate will of 1'0BkRun
highest bidder at the courthouse "21 22 i Mr. Emma Murrhee 83.118 SID Ex 8H of Lot 4794-Beg at NB' Cor : O Ft, B .
In I Carl Hurst 5421 NWH of 8EW H S To
Monday POEFt.
door the first ofB'.k i
on 1'
3479-Lot* 3383-A--'B'4' 25 I 33 1 Minnie Jones t.54
1S4S.' which lethe 1074.8' Hwy
Month of June 9 of n"fr'Tt l : B'&o
3rd day. of June.. 1988. t Knight SID Clarence F Rhoden 88.09 of Blk 4 100-A, 486.5\ 8051-Com: at NW .
Dated this 18th day of April, of COS BID Mid' State Home Nly 113', Wly auTo Cor of Sec 26 A. ,
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