Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03791
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Convicted I Trial Set
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f 2nd Time June 5 ThieveryTo

I Trial of Mrs. Sue Witch-

Of l -.i.ii er Thomas, charged with

f ,Rioting H March first degree 14 pistol murder slaying in the of School Board .

I Bennie Brooks, state her husband C. W. Thomas .
l prison:Inmate.who createda i of Lawtey, has been set ----- -

statewide stir"when the for June 5. Firm

U. S. Supreme Court term !Mrs. Thomas, an attractive One-Vote Victory VoidedWilsonNewell

I ed his maximum .security 30-year-old mother of two.

I ;' cell a ,"sweatbox" and reversed plead not guilty: and not guiltyby Action

I'y, his conviction, was riJI'ffL reason of self defense
when arraigned in Circuit Slated
II', convicted here again Tuesday ; COUrt 'here. Tuesday. She Is

May 14,. on the same represented by criminal attorney AskedStudent

I prison: 'riot charge. Slgabee Scruggs: of
.After hearing the guilty verdict Gainesville. For May 28 Run-Off
delivered by, A Bradford grand Jury returned thievery at
Jury /which deliberated! only 20 Senior award winners are (1(I-r) Jerry Whitehead Lamar Clemons, Starke Chap- Indictments on all. Bradford High and Brad-

minutes,Brooks.' asked to keep ter president, and Greg Alvarez, Bradford Chapter president. three first degree murder
Assistant Public Defender In an early morning hearing Tuesday. Circuit Judge ford Middle School, especi-
Chester Chance to assist him r .. cases: facing ,the Spring Term Roger'Way' bright ordered a run-off on May 28 between ally in the Physical Educa-

I appealing: the case again. here.of Circuit Monday Court which:May 13.opened The Homer Newell and, Luther E. (Cooter) Wilson, whose tion Department, has been

Circuit Judge George U Pat- three true bills were returned one-vote differential l in the May 7 primary threw results reported to the School

ten gave Brooks,. 10 days to Tuesday:! after. the Jury had of the Clay County District 1 Commission race Board by a group of par-

appeal. under cloud. ____
heard all three eases. -
'Brooks, 24,was.first convicted .. .
I i 1 ,tit Circuit Court here In May ii 1.If" Mrs. Thomas and TULman Newell apparently. won the bright, at a hearing hurriedly Saying they are fed up with

?), 1985 of participating' 4n a May Richard Mclnbosh were arraigned eat by' a one-vote margin on .called for 7:30 a. m. Tuesday buying tennis shoes, gym
27. 1945 state prison riot. ..and entered pleas before May 'I, drawing immediate In. Green Cove Springs, clothes, new locks for lockers,

The U. S. Supreme' Court ____ Circuit Court George L. formal protest from -Wilson, ruled the errors sufficient towarrant and replacing) stolen or lose-
ordered a new trial for Brooks Patten Tuesday." who charged irregularities In a run-off between clothing the parents Wednesday

last ,Decembber when It ruled tWii Mcintosh. 46, plead not several Clay] County precincts, Newell and Wilson on May 28. May 19, asked. that some\
thing be done. Indications from
that a confession'' used In the i guilty and not guilty'\ by rea- including the fact that at He said there. ,was no need to
Board Supt. Tom Casey, and
1965 trial was involuntary and least one registered Republican \ continue the check in other
:, son of insanity In the !pistol BHS Principal Jim, Templewere
jnadnutssabl + ; had voted the Democratic .
death of a 3-4-year-old mother precincts.At that the report will be
Judge Patten sentenced ticket. the start of the hearing.
of three, Mrs. Jeanne 'Rena: investigated and action taken,
Brooke to 10 years of hard Mendlvil. on May 4. Upon mutual consent of all Saunders told the court that but '
nothing specific'was planed "" -
labor in the state and three members of the canvassing -
prison and
The' third true bill was returned the discrepancies in totals, at the-meeting'Wednes
gave ''him'' credit for all past d"s against two Florida board, the court last Saturday the fact that six members of
time served on the charge. ordered a recheck of L day.Indications
other parties were given Democratic -
I State Prison inmates. Wayne were! that Prtn,
Brooks, who has been con- D. [identification] slips
Fulle and Elwood Lamar Pad I. D. slips were resultsof Temple and Supt. Casey were
victed of four felonies, machine totals
began against
sup voting; human error Saunders
h gett charged with murder In aware that the problem exists,
serving" Ms former riot sentence and the first precinct checked .iald that poll workers "are not ,
the strangulation of a third but not to the extent the par-
j of nine years and eight Inmate Henry Hull, 28. on Monday. [tNo.i t l0,-West Green professionals" and during the ents claim it has grown.
months, last: year. March U.Mr Cove] disclosed' that five registered course of a long day could) become School Board memeers Indicated -
I The controversial confession, : Republicans and one tired or unattentlve and that they have been
was not mentioned during Tues I *. Thomas' Is charged In Independent had voted thepemocratto
make mistakes. of the ,
+ day's ''trll1.j.UU\.J'Q.: prison .Int -> iT the dea h.xrf her husband, C. .- ticket in,, that one hearing recently problem
t mated! 'LMvte,...* precinct," ."_' ,} ,', ., 'Judge'+ Wftybrtrht. agreed,' seriousness.and ,are-just-learning One" Board of.member It.-. ..p ,
saying that' there probably
time.Although'. She has 1 been> held In the Superintendent of Elections '
sold, however, It was the
never-had been election In
Judge Patten/Monday I' Bradford, County, Jail since ,
i S. D. Saunders said there were
appointed. Chance as Ag I award winners are ((1-r) .Travis VVynn;. Jimmy-Alvarez,'and Richard, Sapp.' her husband's death. also 17 signatures on I.D. sllpa' which some errors did not oc first :lie had heard of the prob r

Brooks' !defending J attorney, County Judge T.'A. Yawn that could not be \reconciledwith cur. "But they usually" do not lem.The parents reported that a
Brooks chose to represent (&l himself refused to set bond but. Circuit the registration books. affect the results. he said Honda motor bike had beentalre11"BJpllil't
through the trial,, using "since the margin of victoryIs
Judge Oeorre I* Patten either because the signatureswere on school propertyand
a Chance ''only for consultation. Greg Alvarez' Wins set' it at $30,000 after the i illegible. or not the not so close." carted off. They said locks
Brooks, a tall ,!bearded and case was certified to Circuit names of persons registered.On He quoted the law as statin. are being filed and lockers '
mustached/ Negro' ,(\Monday protested Court. .the basis of the findings that the results of an election entered

the naming of anyone McIntosh. a Starke Police In Precinct 10,Judge, Way- Continued on Page Four] "Its a Jot worse than you'
from the public.defender's office Department radio dispatcherfor told '\1
think It is, one parent
to his defense. Public Defender Is being held 'Y
seven years. the board members.
R. "A., Green Jr. represented FFA' DeKalb Award
in the county 'Jail without 'Parents appearing(before the
him here hi his first .
? bond. board were Mrs. Shirley John .
trial the rlot'Chsrge.Asat. -- -- -- --
In on Findings of the 'grand Jury James Bloodworth, Mr.: and

Flitch, .used State'Six Attorney prison employees Mack Gregory Alvarez, son of Mr. Sophomores Richard Sapp, all of the above activities, and were withheld'Until all three/ :Mrs. L. M. Johns, and Mr. and

and 12 photograph' of and.Mrs. Harold: Alvarez, was Bradford Chapter, and Jimmy had poultry, crops and live- cases had been heard Tuesday 'f :Mrs. Dolph Redddah.
prison damage for the state's named the outstanding Bradford Alvarez, Starke Chapter, were stock all included In his project Monday, the ,jury heard testimony School officials\ admitted
evidence. High School agriculture. named the outstanding :first every ag student Is required of a number of witnesses that facilities and personnel to

Witnesses from the prisonwere student when,,"he received the year agriculture, students to have. in the Thomas cas handled phys-ed classes are In

1 Identification\, Officer I*. senior's coveted DeKalb highest award given at that Rosier a double( winner, Shortly after' lunch Mrs. adequate. Principal Temple
H. Carmichael Guard Capt. J. Award last),Thursday, May 9, level. Rosier la the son of Mr. and Travis Wynn Starke Thomas appeared in court, said that only two coaches are'

C. Combs and' guards Richard at the annual Parent & Son and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and Alvarez Chapter, were named Star and through her attorney assigned to the physical edu-

t Dugger R.:J. ,Joiner, J. C. Banquet ofrthe Starke and Is the son of Mr., and Chapter Greenhands' and were Slgsbee ScruOTS. requested cation classes and that It Is'
Wade, and D E..Jackson Bradford FFA Chapters.- Mrs. Harold Alvarez and presented plaques by John permission! to testify before Impossible with just two men'
{ ThdrciMMU( *"testified they Alvarez Is president of the younger brother: of Greg Al- Octom: of the Branding Iron the grand jury. to 'inspect lockers and at !the

taW Brooks. participate in the Bradford Chapter. Presenta- varez. R2' taurant who( won the Judge' Patten granted permission same time be with the students

I riot and some sold he was a tion of the award was made The awards are given for award himself! a'few years with ,the, stipulationthat In their! activities.Superintendent .
I ringleader. by his advisor. Paul Hutchins. excellence In such things as back. Mrs. Thomas waive; Immunity Casey Bald

Brooks 'chO'8l' not to testify Alvarez will receive an FFA' being a member of the fores- Star Chapter Farmer De- appear without her In the planned addition to !the

for himael/' and only' presented blanket signifying the high try, livestock,' poultry and; giecs were also conferred up- attorney and be subject to gym it may be possible\ to havea

what' he called "conflicts" 1 In. honor and will have his name land Judging teams,and have on Lamar demons, president questioning by the Jury and 'room with an adult on
I testimony as evidence. engraved on a plaque that outstanding projects in poultry of the Starke Chapter and a State Atty T. E. Duncan. duty, where clothes can be

Judge ,Patter ruled that hangs permanently. in the crops or livestock. Rosier, strong contender for the senI Mrs. Thomas agreed to the BHS Business Student checked in while students are
I Continued on Page Four Agriculture Building.cal for Instance, I participated in I Continued On Pa o Pour) [Continued on Page Four! Top out playing.
The parents reported that
I Elane Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Brown Jr., older children intimidated Ju-

receive. the- annual Bm"lnMH Sc Professional! Women's Club odor, high students.tarto not

t Train Cutback Would Affect Few Local Passengers award an. the outstanding business education student at Bradford telling when thievery occurs.! ,

High School for. the 1866-87 term from Club President School Board member Rod-
ney Hall and ''Supt. Casey suggested ->
I Ipcai service will be virtually passenger trains near the the Sliver Meteor. 'or Silver Evelyn: Ilaney. calling In police when
\ unaffected. It.the Seaboard end of the month is approvedby Star or other 'fast train at Flower Show Fire BanRemoved 6 The,ward I III granted to the. student amassing the highest the next Instance of thievery.
Coastfma"'Railroad's for the senior year's work In five or more butanes -
proposal the Interstate Commerce Waldo for long hauls as they grade average U, discovered
to xJiacortflnue the, I last bwo lo- Commission. have done for years subjects according to Mrs. Baae,. who also teaches at
Opens TodayAt 'In other action in the informal .
Sources the Telegraph,..con- 'Putagrordtttg' to the Telegraphs BUS. meeting, the Board:
t tacted Wednesday May. ,15, I
"WILDCAT" source,the railroad Is PrisonThe In Bradford Heard Supt. Casey report
said few
very passengers use. losing thousands of dollars on that bids on the second phase
the 'local trains the railroad
Musical( Comedy the local passenger: trains In Circuit CourtCooper of the vo-tech center will be.
off In
wants to take
'win Be PresentedIn company through Starke. 8th Annual plower No-burn restriction opened) next Thursday, May
the line. 'Freight service will other'P7orIda
,There are currently 30-40 Show sponsored by the Better Bradford and moat 23. Casey said he is busy
BUS Auditorium hi no be affected; In .fact, this
way removed
: counties were .
I freight trains Citizens Club of the Florida rounding up state and federal
Thurs.! Fri, Sat. the railroad ds hunting freightto comingthrough to week as a result of May! rains 5 for the
Starke dully, the source said State Prison, wll.be open Gets matching funds to pay
4 May 16, 17, 18 haul, the Telegraph's source and no curtailment Is planned. the public today Thursday that have alleviated drought years structure.

At 8:00 P.M.Admission said.Four local passenger 'trains There Is even, some talk of from 12 noon until 9 p. m. conditions. The ban on fires In -Heard Architect Don Morgan .
$1.00 serviced Starke until well Into resuming delivery of legs-than- Show hours during the final still remains. in 18 report he has received'
Cast of 40 Students April, twq at night with one carload shipments ,to Starke. two days are:. Friday 9. a. m. upper and central northward portion through of After Pleading GuiltyHarvey bids on furniture and acoustical -

I I Directed By I going north and the other Small items now come to Jacksonville to 9 p. m.; and Saturday. 9 a. state, Latayrtte.; GUChrist : floor covering (carpet) for,
Richard Jockel south, and two in the day doing 'by rail 'and then are m. till 12 noon.Hundreds Taylor. and Bt. the new middle school and will
I the same thing.In shipped to Starke via truck. of exhibits. sown Alachua. Putnam\ Jack Cooper, 35: was the same charges and a pre- evaluate them and, report to

Attend'The April the two day trains Freight trains 'are not put. on and arranged by prison Inmates Johns'counties. also removedIn sentenced to five years in prison sentence Investigation Is under' the Board. r

Starke, Shrine Club were discontinued and,It, apparently the,.track.Jtowetver, until a 130-: in the horticulture department The ban- was Union. upon conviction of grand way.A. -
had not ,been noticedby 200 car train can be made up. neighboring'Clay.! larceny !before Circuit Judge state pttl onInmate, JohnEugene PricesMotor
Chicken SupperMay of the prison school. Baker and Duval Counties. Reaves, 25, plead guiltyto Tag
If the local citizenry until The local train. station now George L. Patten as the Spring
18,,- 5:30 .7:30 Chamber of Commerce Manager has three employees and no will be on display In the clubhouse No woods fire were reported Term of Circuit Court opened charges of escape from the
Starke:Elementary Pete Novak brought it cutback is expected. across the highway/ In Bradford County durina'the here :Monday. May 13. person 'last March 31 and was vehicle tag sales are
Cafeteria out at a city council meeting from the main prison. Emph- past (,week. with an average Cooper plead guilty to grand sentenced to an additional one- proceeding at the brisk pace

f Door Prizes May 7.Seaboard.. asis this year will be on roses. of 3.O7 Inches of rain reported larceny of a coin changing year term. this week: in the office of Tax

Patz AppointedTo Other divisions will Include 'during the seven-day machine at Thornton's Laundromat Carl Stewart, 40, plead guiltyto Collector J. R. Kelly.
125. proposes endlrsr st t 8 a. m. Mon- of handling and
period last Feb. 29. In passing charges Deadline to purchase a tag
now, on notices posted to discontinue at the Welfare BoardErnest blooming orchids, begonias day. Louis Hill Tower at High sentence ,the Court noted fondling a child under 14 last la June 20. The new red: and

1 This Space Contributed local train the two station day, trains !be- dish gardens, corsages, terrariums land; reported 3 Inches: during the defendant bad a previous July 29 and was placed on probation white tags went on sale May

Weekly to Publicize tween Miami and Columbia. C. Patz of Starke has hanging baskets, and the week; Santa. Fe bad 2.60 record for dive yean. 1.

Community)Jlyenta by S. C. The company lost the 'been appointed 'by Gov. Claude Inches and New River. only !Cooper had also been charged (Bennie Knight. 18, plead Price of a Tf tag vehicles up

The' CommunityState mail contract for the local Kirk to the'Dlstrict Five Welfare coleus. aIx tentbl. with breaking and enteringthe guilty to charges: of larcenyof : to 2. OO pounds, la $14.09''plain'

I. trains and almoet'no. I passengers Board in Bradford County. This show is_one of the most 60 far this month the >E ft: M Tavern and Tom's; a truck from New :Method tags. 2.601-3,600

Bank use the locals anymore/ Patz, a Republican,'succeedsMrs. outstanding In this area. and county,ha had an average of Tavern on Feb 29: but those Cleaners last May 27 and /was pounds $22.22we tag, 3.501
Account: now Insured except for an occasional' person Bessty :M. Burns whose attracts visitors annually 4.75 Inches of rain through charges were dropped on motion placed on probation: for two -4500, $3034. and WW* tags.
to $15,000 by who has no way to get term expired. Wednesday.. Totals by tower of Awt.\ State's Attorney years. 4.500 and up 933.47. '
Federal up De jJo ir Insurance from'Starke to Jacksonville or Pat In 'manager of the to the prison The public'to fotMay'to date:'Few River :Mack Futch. George E. Elder Both Stewart and Knight. Truck tags are sold on a

Corn. some other!' nearby city. Starke office of the Florida cordially invited to attend.. 2.40; Highland.! 7.60; Santa Fe, hud previously plead guilty to were instructed by Judge Pat- per pounds of vehicle.
Passenger can still board State Telephone Co. 430. (Continued Sec. 1-A--

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c '<'Mr&.(t:? J. Houpt of St. Mrs. 'W. H. Hart, Mrs. Edith Mrs Henrietta Hunt, who 'Little Women Sharon HarrellIs New Chapter Marian GreenIs

Petersburg was last Wednes- Thrlstlanaen' and Mrs. Wanda 1 las !been residing with the 1.

day and Thursday guest of Green and children attended a X Greens: on Rniford Road, has Install Officers Honor Guest InstitutedFor ComplimentedAt
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. talent and fashion show in 1 moved to 326 W. CalL Bridal Shower
For New YearThe At Showers D.K.G.Alpha
J. W .Klncatd, and attended Jacksonvile' Saturday night. (Mrs Charles'Hardy and Mrs .

the May: BreaKfliurt at the Wo- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson ,Charles Francis and children Delta Miss Marian keen, bride..
Little Women's Club Miss Sharon Harrell bride- of
Nu chapter
niaherClub\ / and family of Tallahas- visited Mrs. G. B. MoOauley toPalatfta expanded elect of June 15, was honored
'' +1 j. Don't; mlMa'thA' Starke Shrine sBs ahd" 1W?. and Mrs. Joe ,; ] on Tneadajr. '. held installation of officers at elect of June 1, was' compll- Kappa Gamma, was Beta at a bridal': shower last Friday
DM final meeting oT the"club 'menW witK ffVo> sK&werrreV tr5 fShn chapter
Chlckert "ILaki"City a
Club Dinner. Saturday ,Jordan and family of Mr. and Mrs. I* Q. Euieand evening at 8 o'clock given by
Phone, 964-7603, May 18, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.. :were visiting: Mr. and tMr( < LIla Maeger of Jack- year Monday night. cently. Mu, )In a :Macclenny meetingon new Mrs. George Hugglns, Mr*,
Mr. and Mrs M. A. Baldwin Mrs. H. X Lawson during the sonvUe were Sunday visitorsof Gifts of silver bread and Mrs. Harold Godwin: and Friday night. The McRae and Mrs.

David. C. tang son of Col. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Cornwallof Sr. left Wednesday for a two weekend. Mr, and Mrs George Flynn butter dishes were presentedto Mrs Thomas Hamilton of chapter will encompass Claj Foster Dewayne Shi Smith at the home
and Mrs. T. T. Long, was givenan 1 Hellman Pa. were Sunday weeks' visit! with relatives in Club Chicken Dinner, Saturday Sr. the'sponsOrs, Mrs. H. G. Brooker /gave a kitchen shower County. Miss Dorothy the latter oft West Madison
award as "The Outstanding night and Monday visitors of New Jersey.Mr. May 18, 5:30 to 7:30: p.m. Mr. lAnd'Mr. Irsel l Bates 'of BoUlnger and Mrs. Clyde] : Sin- for Miss Harrell at the I rich State Expansion chair of \

(\Student of the Year in Market- Mrs. 'M. F. Brown. and Mrs. Dexter Gilling- Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Waldo, and Mrs. Bessie Faxon clair, with LWC engraved In home of the latter. Arrange man, was the Installing offi Street.Arrangements of white ark;

Ing" at a banquet of ,the ham and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Herndon and family of Gainesville and Miss Donna Faxon of the center. Evelyn Sinclair, ments of pink roses were used and
Marketing: Club of the School Mrs. J. R. Hlxon will return Gillingham and children of Mrs. O. E. Hcrndon, :of Gainesville\ were Sunday din Incoming president: presented: in the party rooms. The refreshment cer.Other state officers presenat pink roses in the snapdragon*
today from week Chattanooga used party
a In
of Business, Florida State University Jacksonville ,and Wayne Gill- Valdosta,Ga., and Mr and Mrs. ner guests of Mrs. VerglePlynn. '; Marilyn] Bolllnger with an table, covered witha the meeting were: Mrs were roomg.
Tenn. where she attended refreshment table In the
on: May 8. Ingham of FSU were Sunday Ray> Judd. and family of Ocala .. engraved Parker pen from the cutwork cloth] was centered Isabel] Powell president; Mrs The
the funeral of mother
her covered
f} Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy were weekend guests of Mrs. Mr, and Mrs_Don Ray Tilleyof club as retiring president. Reports with!. the same! flowers. Mrs. Russell Norman. publicity dining room was with
Mrs. W. T.roore:! cloth
brook and family of 021 Pratt Pearl Edwards. Jacksonville were visiting were made of the accomplishments Hamilton presided at the chairman; and Miss Rosalie a cutwork white

St. have 'purchased the Bo Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shimerof Sale.Mrs.. Kate Sheppard of Mr, and Mrs. John DellS and Mr. and Mr. J. 3. Jackson on of each officer punch bowl. Powell, district 2 director. satin and h18d two silver

Noegel home on Market Road St. Augustine: were visitingher Brunswick, Ga. was visiting daughter, Martha, and Mr. and Sunday. during the year. The club's Miss Brenda Jones and Miss Mrs. W. H. Hart was Installed epergnes holding sweetheartroses

and plan to move there this parents Mr. and Mrs. Foster Mrs. W. }I. Hart /and! Mrs. P. Mrs. Jimmy Thrasher of Lake .Mrs.. C. L. Cooper spent last two; main projects for the year Ramona Harrell, were awarded as president of Alpha Ku and greenery. Mrs. Jim;..

weekend. Shi Smith, on Sunday.Mr. L. Bridges over the weekend.Mrs. City were Sunday guests of Tuesday to Sunday with Sgt. were presenting the senior prizes in the games, and the and Dr. Mary Zellner of Green my Smith presided at the! ,

.e.". Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tenly of and Mrs. Mack Williams W. B. Mundy was in Mr. and' Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Mra. Robert Cooper 4n club with a box of dish towels hostesses presented the honoree Cove Springs as the Beta Mi crystal punch bowl ana Miss

Gainesville were Sunday afternoon have had as guests Bennie Tallahassee over the weekend 1MI' and Mrs! Ovid Bennettand Savannah, Oa. The Robert for the club house, and a with. an electric mixer as president. Mrs. Muriel Normanof Sandra Hugglns' assisted I irf>.:

(h r visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Savannah, Ca. visiting her daughter, Miss family of Jacksonville, Mrs. Coopers, brought her home on money contribution to the a memento of the occalon. Starke was Installed a? serving.
E. D. Tenly and Mrs. Randal ,the weekend and Mrs. Jean Mundy. F". J. Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday and remained until Public Library for books. treasurer. Gifts were on display In the.;

Chltty. over Kevin Crawford of Orange Gene Shaw of Starke wereMother's Tuesday. Miss Delia Rosenbergr, Incoming Mrs. Marvin Brown entertained -' Mrs. Isabel Powell, staw family room on"a. table !covered -

Don't mlHS the Starke Shrine Charles McQualg. Mrs. Milton Park !was visiting his grand- Day dinner guests.of Local admittances to Bradford president of the sen- at a linen shower for president gave an Inspirational with white organdy cloth.!

Club Chicken Dinner, Aaturz Keatcm, and, Mrs. Johnny: Will- mother, Mrs. W. H. Hart, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lamar County Hospital this week ior club, Installed the following Miss Harrell at her home In' talk and reminded ,th over white Unen.
I ford of WaycroHH, Ua. on Sun- his aunt, Mrs. Edith Christian Johns at Kingsley Lake. elude: James E. Crawford, the SO guests were
dlYlay! 18, 5:30: to 7:30 p.m. officers: president, Evelyn] Pine Breeze subdivision.The I group that May 11, 1929 wa Among
.- Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke day. sen, on Saturday.Mrs. !Mrs. Carl Johns has spent Mrs. 'Lucile M. Cauley and Sinclair] ; vice-president, Cindy white lace covered: refreshment the birth date of Delta Kappr Mrs. Robert Green mother ot
< I visited Mr. the 'past week with. her sonInlaw !Linda D. Allen of LeJwtey; I o' honoree. Mrs H. C. Doug
and family of Tampa spent the ))Oll.t miss the Sturke Shrine E F. Miles Strickland; treasurer, Doris table was centered Gamma and May 18, 193S, the
II weekend /with Mrs. ShellieCerle. Chicken Dinner, Saturday and Mrs. Billy (Miles in Mac- and daughter, :Mr. and Mrs Bernard W. Cato of Alachua; Spengler: recording secretary with an arrangement of red Mu State. "as of Brooker, mother of the
Charles Durkee, and family in Mss Mamie Ivey, 'Mrs. Alice his grandmother
clenny on Sunday.t ; Jan RItch; corresponding and white carnations. member 'rfldegroomverects
May 18, 5:30: to 7:30: Marl-weather and Kenneth The Ma/xMemiir
p.m. Hollywood. F, secretary Donna Patray; his- Games were played during Mrs::Pansy Strlcklanrf.]
:Mr.! and Mrs. Paul iiawkinsaad K. Bayers of Keystone Heights; served refreshments, from P
sunti; Mrs. Tommyonrlckland'
and and his ,
I 111. torian, Betty Jo Warren: the party hours and prizes ] decorated te
Belleville, beautifully
\ children of Ibhn MfcKlnney of Hampton< ;
both of OalnesvlUe.
chaplain. Elizabeth Thornton awarded to the winners. :
were visiting Mr and Mrs Erasmus D. Chesser of Mldt e. table.]
Girls eligible] for LWC mem- The hostess presented the The hostesses,presented the
I 1{ Titus Olson the first of the burg; and Paul R. Wheeler Mrs., bership for the coming yearae honoree with a set of imported Members attending t from honoree wtth a place setting
week. James A. Christmas, Willie Ma
Stark were! Mrs chttsen silver patternas'
of her
Dlnktns and Mrs. Mrs. : Ellen Bloodworth, Debbie hand embroidered pillow cases
Mrs. L. F. Wilhelmina P, Harper Johns
.,__ Cocomlse Crews Denton, Mrs. Johnny a_rein mbtJ ice of the ocfflsl6n. -
ot;; last Wed Ixmnle Harley Carolyn !as a memento of the occasion.
Andreu spent Wooten
O. C.
: A. Anna Mrs. P. T. Nolin] Mrs. Johr
Ga. with Nancy Gay, Sheryl Godwin. Among the 29 guests at both .
nesday in ,Valdosta, Richard Newman, I IMedeiros Mitchell Mrs. L. A. Canbva (
t Stith and Sandra Haas, Linda Haas. parties were Mrs. John R.
L. Samuel
Dr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Gibson, Mrs. R. R. Andr*. Mrs. 'M
June Hardy Katherine Peek Williams, mother of the hon Birthday' Party ,
,. family I My office will be closed May A. Miss Delia] Rosen* :
!Mr. and Mrs. James Wiggins 23-27: Inclusive Dr. II. O.Bolllnger. Anne TerwilleKar, Kitty Haz- oree: Mrs. Fred L. :Beutke, Payne
Roberts Mrs Mrs.
Mrs. Carl 7or Stump .
W of Jacksonville and Gen Wiggins en, Jackie Gaskins Robin mother of the bridegroomelect berg Norman Mrs. W. H .
DS Russell
of FSU were weekend W. Halstem!\ and Sheila K. Warren, Denise Wlnkler, Debra ; and Miss Harrell's
Hart and Mr Evelyn; ] Haney Mrs. F. F.: Slump ceieorated
-: :;;.;--- guests of Mr. and Mrs. One I Chitty, all ,1f Starke. Johns Debra Prevatfc. and grandmother, Mrs. Juanita her 82nd birthday.: anniversary
-- Wiggins. Mr and Mrs. L. D. Vining Nancy Proctor Eddy, all of Brooker.
"I; at a party given by
M. A. Baldwin Mr. Gracing the speaker's table] SocietySt.
Mr. and Mrs. 'spent the weekend !with
.::.:. Whether it's a family affair, dinner '' Jr.. had as Mother's Day I and :Mrs. J. C. Vining In Pa- for the meeting was an arrangement Vursing Council her daughter.their Miss home Lillian
Mr. and Mrs. J. of red roses. Duringthe Edward's Altar Society Stump at on
dinner cleats latka.
''c for two, or a business' engagement H Hall Jr.; and daughters Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Merrltt Williams social hour refreshmentswere Adjourns Till Fall met Wednesday night.. May 8 Bessent Road. tA f

c Hattie Bracewell, Chris Brace- and Mrs. J. F. Rogers served In the sunroom I in the Parish Hall, where the pink and white colijr]

: you can, relax and leave J, well' and Mrs. Doris Conway were visiting Mr. and Mrs. where the table was covered Members of the Public] Nurs- same officers were reinstatedfor scheme was carried out In the

the serving to of Gainesville, and Mr. and Linton Taylor Jr. In Jacksonville with a white lace cloth and ing Council held their lunch the coming year: Mrs party decorations, which U

us. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Sr. of on Sunday. centered with an arrangement, eon meeting on May 13 at the Lester Humphries, president, eluded arrangements of snaA

Starke. Worn fnr the weekend were of mixed spring flowers] Sandra Garden Restaurant for .their Mrs. Frances Meng vice-pres- dragon. (

r Ask Those Who Dine Here About Our Mrs. Glenn Conner and family Betsy Matthews from Andrew Hug-gins presided at the last session until fall. ident; Mrs. Ogden Bates sec- Mrs. Charles Schmltt presided

of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. College, Jayne Hardy from punch bowl], and assisting hostesses Quests were Mrs. Ruth Gage retary; and Mrs. Joseph Oissy at the punch bowl an

i Delicious Buffet Al Harley and family of Mer- Tift College, and Oem :MootY were Sheryl Ward and Nursing Consultant of the treasurer. Mrs. R. D. Burch cut the

rlrt Island and Dr. and Mrs. and Chace Hardy from Oatoesvilla. Marilyn Bollinger. State Public Health Board oi birthday cake.Approximately. ,'

I: Barney McRae Jr. and sons of Jacksonville: Mrs. Evelyn High School PTAThe 30 Presbyterian

Served Daily Lake City were visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. :J. H. Moncrlef Methodist Circles Mann Public Health Nurse of women and a few clo*

".: :::, here during the weekend. were In Melbourne over the Union County: and Mrs. M. F Bradford! High School friends called during the party

.iff Dr. Wayne Whdffen has been weekend visiting Mr. and (Mrs. Close Out Year Wiggins of Starke. PTA will Install new officers hours. !

i TWO HOT ENTREES I re-elected president of the Robert UnderUl. With Luncheons Rev. Charles Reese gave the on Tuesday, May 21, at '7:30p. :
J Lunch h Buffet I $$1.25 North Central Florida Opto- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thomas devotional followed by reports m. in the cafeteria.

i jrp TWO VEGETABLES metric Society, and Mrs. Whit- were Sunday evening supper Circles] Three, Four and given by the chairmen. SIGNS, all kinds. Metal w
ten was elected president of Groover Thomas The
of Mrs. Cardboard
guests Telegraplj.
4; 11:00: a.m. to 2:00: p.m. Women's Auxiliary. As officers' in Lacrosse.Mrs. I Five of the Methodist wscs

arid ASSORTED SALADS in the local society, they attended ended their 1967-68' year with
the Florida Optometric W. R. Richardson and luncheon meetings this week

r. ROLLS BUTTER Dinner Buffet $$1.75 Association Convention in Orlando houseguest! Mrs. Mary Handyof Circle Five/' met Tuesday at PRESUMMERDISCOUNT 'i
May 10-14. Charleston S. C., were tourIng 12 noon at the home of Mrs.

TEA COFFEE My office will be close&May" ',South Florida last week T. T. Long The hostess was
t 5:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m. of atyona a
A. D. Conner
23-27 Inclusive. Dr. B. O assisted) in serving by the
", : _'| ,Bolllngor.jg Beach and Mrs. Eddie Wasdtel circle] chairman, Mrs. E. L. t
visited Mr. and Mrs
of Waldo
Matthews, who also presidedover
and L. I 'Conner tt'i :
d- Felix: Sapp the meeting. !
ISTABLISHED 1Os on Tuesday
Joe Cooper of ILaxeland was The all-member birthday

Bddcocftb visiting C. L. Cooper on Satur theme was carried out In serving ,

FURNITURE and PPUANn HOME FREEZERS day. and. There presents were were 21 present exchanged. --i &q
''. and Mri.! Roy McDavidand !
Mrs. Joe Taylor' and famIly Including guests, Mrs.
10 Ca. n. UprighlFREEZER ,J of Gainesville. were visiting Mary Demons of Gainesville. ;
Mrs Al Mrs. F. S.
M 1 _,_ their grandmother, Mrs. T.: D. ,
Smith, president of the WSCS,
r ,(Shawn" Right) -s+1+ y Dyal ore Sunday. .
and Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale.
r APPLIANCES I iiawarr. D. Roosevelt aircraft carrier, Circle Four met Tuesday at Ladies New SummerDRESSES

:; : will return to Mayport' this 11:30: In the Pecan Room at

... weekend from a nine months the Garden Restaurant. Mrs. .
DOWN "e" flnir:: =lMaira'
ALLOW NCI cruise In' the Mediterranean.( H. H. Adams chairman
.., .14 nhl.n.ur.. pre ;
s $1 0 DEUVERS Sso .f..J... .... .. .... .... S My office will bo closed May sided.
i ... 179951v.1I
II run .1/ Ie uY JL
e .. L ,. ,.dlt..... 23-27 Prayer partners were revealed -
$2.75 A WEEK Tred. by the ten members pre-
i and Mrs. Robert Barks- sent, and one guest, :Mrs. E.
-- I gge gasgag 07UF .,.r dale and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. O. Patz. Mrs. J. C. Sawyer

r Colson have returned from a had charge of the program.
-'r IS Cu. Ft. Ch.Jt six-day camping trip in North Circle] 1 25'0 OFF
Three met Wednesdayat 4
e o, FREEZER Carolina.Mr. 11:30: in, the Fellowship Hall
j \\N L\/\/I
-: (Shore Lol') and Mrs. Jack Tralwrtck with Mrs. M. W. cres 1er. cir

, ', 511 .lb. C..clly visited Dr. and Mrs. :John cle chairman as hostess. l
t w 001 46''," WI'. -
Dunkle and Mrs. H. D. Tra- (Prayer partners'were revealed -
: a t'LIa wlck in Gainesville on Sunday.Mr. .
o\crylle.I..I.. gifts exchanged. The
.. : O.I.iI" and Mrs. A. K. Thomasof circle members presented the I
: slur III., Miami were Wednesday to chairman I
with a gift of ap-
f D.b.rt WI'' Sunday guests of Mrs. C. G. preciation. Mrs. Richard Ches 3 ,
I i Ladies and GirlsSPORtSWEAR
e S 9S Barksdale.
j ser presented the program.

L T .. ]199t Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kunlg Mrs._ V._ J._ Ragsdale enter.tamed __n_.I
: of Houston, Texas have retired I '
Circle two Monday
b- and in their home at J'I
WUK I are living ,4
t- $3 A afternoon at the Parsonage I
l __ Till. 601 Westmoreland. Street. Mrs. I
for their regular meeting.
........; 35CI' Kung da the former Dolly
0_" 52AR Lamb. Following the meeting the

110 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR 12 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER 30" ELECTRIC t Mrs. W. C. Preacher and hostess served refreshments.ThomasMcNeely .

: Only 28" Wide Egg Storage 86 lb. Capac''I", Dairy and egg RANGE Bailey Preacher and son of

.. ; ."50 tb. Presser. Interior tight fr.ezer storage.. .l ftmucd i-DHp; Caaklop r RIdgeland' S. C. were Sunday

:, .t ._OiolOeFrotr $ fffeQC e C yc.-I d.,rOil $ {}0 9 5 .e 3 AM)UfMJp.. laid Surface CantrahColrad !Unit I.Mrs.overnight H. A.guests Lawson of Mr. and Date Announced *

a Chills I ," Lt. and Mrs. R M Lee :Jr.of Blouses 2500
Traci, "jV Wilh. Slide-oof porcelain 17 7 w.' AutonxHU Ov.t. I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mark I,

Butt. Bin Trod. enamel! crisper $3 A WEEK Trade, Temp.. ControlPorcolaln Columbus, Ga., Who recently Thomas announce the engagement :
$7.50 A WEEK Finds': returned from a tour of duty and approaching mar- '
j i In Germany, visited his\ grand Slacks
I h"f riage of their daughter, Kath-
514995 l.Y parents. Mr. and Mrs.. K. J.Dowllng .
leen Lacks to James Wilson
f w,,
Sr., last Thursday:
McNeely son of Mr. and Mrs.
: $1.50 A WEEK race! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shields *
Jesse Wilson McNeelY of An- Skirts
.. and ' -- SAVE TIME AND MOWEYWith !: acoco. La.
I I burg, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevail I
: :I'-=:- A Home Laundry Fiom Badcock>' and daughter of Orlandoand The wedding will take place *

,_etiCTRIC DRYERShuxn Mr. and Mra\: Luther Lennon Saturday, June 22, at S p. m. Jackets
: i ( ( IAN of Jacksonville\ 'were In St. Mark's Episcopal\

., Qrvln" weekend Visitors of their mother Church with reception following

r ALE ....! FmYslii Or / Mrs. Ed Prevail. In the Parish HalL Shorts .
I r V And tipwin Mrs. Mary Lane and 'Mr Mr. McNeely has recently
Up rrinlin. F.lf. *.*. Mary Beth Peacock' and: children completed a tour of service in
4 V -WHrtKM' '- CytW of Jacksonville were visit- the Navy at Glynco] Base,
; (dp To tlOMInutoCy
: .. ing !Mrs. Bertha Pearce over Brunch Oa. I
., the weekend. Miss Thomas Is a 1966 BItS

; r L S139M sass Mr. and Mrs.. Ole Lauritsen graduate, attended the Powell' For r

41. Ili i t.. ", ... W.A.. of New :Port Rfchey will spend Beauty Academy In Gaines Graduation ,
the weekend with their son-ln- ville, and \Is now attending!. : b
" 75TO I laM and daughter, Mr. and ..
=: =t = .. .T-'a= a a- AUTOMAT.tAMst. ; _Ri Mre\ E n Po toO Lake City Junior College I i
:, ""' =-z- 83CR 01 61ER e Shorn H.ghtj Mrs. F, F.: Stump and Miss
wII6s 62ER All Porcelain r --._.% ; Lillian attended family Mr. and Mrs Fred 1
.- 14 Cu. ft. Two DoorREFRIGERATORFREEZER 15 Cu. Ft. Bottom MountREFRIGERATORFREEZER Inild And 73AW Stump a Peden Jr. &tii
: HltrOolorgont OOrlinl i reunion at the home of Mr. returned Tuesday from a nine

01. DtiponMr I and Mrs. W. H. Thomson In day visit with Mr.\ and Mrs.F. .

a 4 W% Nor,.., 00 100% N.-Fr.tt Parc.lain Erlam.l Mist Pan .3 Wal.r T.tnp.iotur i us.o I Montlcello on Mother's Day. T. Peden Sr. in Ashevllle,
On Wh..'. far 4FalRotr Mrs J A Griffin N. C. They also
oiy moving 48 144 Ib. ''.0.0' SO"7A95 Rug.dCemmn'le/( Col. and visited friendsIn 7J
lul lt Crmicr Wah Slzo '... .had Wednesday to Sunday Columbia, 8. C.
> T reed. 2S .q. fl. shelf .,.. / j 7 Wllh Trarl'ml..I .I1... WAS+gR' ai
Twin .;U.-out crlip.rf "r....r Ba.kl ',ad. S Seals I guest last week, Col. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. A. S. HarrisonSr.

', ., Egg .trroj. rock $3.50 A WEEK Twin Cmp.rt $3.75 A WEEK 1199' ;wn'I::.o.ow.;t ... i Hugh Cargo of Montgomery, were In Waycross, Ga. over See RAY STONE at Eagle's Mfcn's Department for all
I Deep door sS6fy.i / _" Ala. and Col. and Mrs. Sam the weekend visiting her mother -

VeutG an .,.., I..., Sarnpeon of Orlando. Mrs. T. Hipps. your Graduation Presents for the Boy, Complete Stockof
.. 'Mrs. Marguerite\ Corn of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll-

Lakeland Will arrlv Saturday man iw 6 I'e Sunday dinner Everything Practical. .. ,

6829-Y96 auo1d{ .1aaJ19. i tUI!, \,\, :$ 9T1 ..,_. Miss to upend Madge several Middleton dAys with guests Swlnyer of In Mr.\ Keystone and Mrs.Heights W. F.- I


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TnUR.!3DAY....MAT lg,_MBS. .. BBAPFOBP OOTTNTT Dl QRAPD. StAltKlB.! lZARfDA u___ __ ...u.._ _...._._... __.. ____ .._ __ ._ _.._ __ StcJTatf I -, 1030 Three

'My Fair Lady'Is ''WCTU To Meet Gateway' Girl Mt3. .V. J. Spengrler, of the I9jOrk' : ,

I Theme Of Scouts Thank Woman's Club; served as The Special Gifts myl&iOJ1.
At ParkofPalmsThe Crenentl' Soctlltatlon: Chair-oinder" the leadership of Dr.

May BreakfastMy Fund NVorkersGateway man, for the clubs, and J.'E...Wayne Whiffen. ,1n.ttJ pro-
May meeting of the
Fal2Lacb was th< n rirGty Starke WCTU will be (held Oil Scouts thanked rromllnson, who served as cess of contacting' local'', bust-

Wednesday, May 22, at 2 m sponsoring organizations auditor t ( for the campaign, was messes and completing thoiecogiilzed
GLADYS MoQ theme j for the annual Mao < ,, p.
Phone Breakfast held WednesdaY t at the home of the president, .,and: key workers at a "thank for his outstanding drive.

964-7608 I"noon of last week at the I Mrs. Charles Oehrlg. in Parkof ,you coffee Thursday, May 9,

r- : ;Sla'rlce ,Woman's Club. the Palms. at the Starke Woman's Club. '

..MM. W. E. MI! idleton. a life 4.k. i The State) President from I Plaques of appreciation, were Gainesville's! first exclusive shop '
member of the club, was hon H I Winter' Park will be present .presented to representatives of

oared I, as "Our Fairest Club and give a talk: on the alms the Women's Division for the for the Mother-to-be .

'Member" and was presented a j, and purpose of the WCTU 'Completion: of .their portion, of .. .

__ gift from the club. it and its achievements. the Gateway Girl< Scout Coun- '

__ The lounge, where the receiving -' ., cil drive, which Is now In pro-

tine. stood, and th e
auditorium, where the mem ., The groom's brother, Blllle Representing the Woman's

bers,were seated, were hlgWlighteduby Grlffls, served as best man, Club was Mrs. Guy Sale: Junior -

arrangements of e rj! t 'Ill ; and ushers were the bride'snephews Woman's Club Mrs Eu- 706 W. University

roses The stage depicted an a ow' 1 Joseph Starling and IRene Tanner; and Beta Sigma YOURS Gainesville

.t outdoor garden' with. white 4 e 'r Kenneth Carlton. Phi, Mrs. Dot Failing.! Special
wrought iron furniture, a running herdlluaher's ireCDgnition: was given to Mrs.
) nr Mrs. Cruce chose for
y ,
brook, and illuminated Lingerie Bathing Suits Sportswear Dresses'
l'' >"d; ,n 1"rt \ wedding a beige Bill Chambers Mrs. Ann Godwin -
with' psychedelic lighting..Mrs.
a -, I sheath complemented with an Mrs. Warren Winkler
B. greeted .'2 Open 9 :30-5 :30 Monday thru
W. Mundy : Saturday
.. orchid: The groom's.mother .
standing .. ,.",'.p. ., pl I corsage. Mrs Robbie Shaller Mi-s. Judy
guests at the door, and
r Ix "III'I I wore a pink dress, Oukes, Mrs.. Marianne Btiln-
in the receiving line Were' -'I .... : and en orchid corsage. Wanda Stevens.
I Mrs
.t.f 'I
Mrs. Guy Sale, president, MrS. < ,. ) I\ k, ham ansi
"' I Following the
; k 'T) J- :; \ ,,' ceremony, a
urtr Bill ,Jenkins, district four Tanner director t h' s" 1. I iN .J.....: ''J. I,, reception was held in the I
Mrs. Eugene ; '
church( hall with Mrs. Robert F _
I ... __ 1<'
< '
Wonv- It rT, ? !
president of the Junior : I .
Carlton, Mrs. V. L. Starling, tI
ari's ,' .t 1t' 'T1'1! .JIt
Club, and Miss Marilyn ; : Mr Tommy Linzy, and Misses :
Bellinger, president of the I" : "" $ 'I'"' --.10 'llltVJ.'r' *
.J ,, rankle Cruce and CarrotGrtffis
.. : ] "I"S'h
Little Women's Club. : < : lC'P, & .trr C'I
!! serving.; : ; ;,
sewn rij The speaker's table was covered lJ .rA tW r.Jkc"41:2a.. -.-_...._- : Wt
; with a white linen cloth Weds' LABEL MAKElt', from' .r
'1 and centered with an arrangement Miss Gertrude Cruce Paul Griffis $9.95. Bradford County Tele-II :

of roses.! Seated! at the In First Baptist .Church of Lawtey graph. Ph. 964-630. .
I '
head table were Mrs. Sale, I "it
Mrs. Jenkins, the past presidents Miss Gertrude Cruce and Srrilt'h.Given. II TIIKSOUTIISIDE1CHURCH l l
of the club' and Mrs Paul Duane Orims Weld'/! 'Jn mJrrlage by hVv !\ ; Atd ( '

Loyree Cocoirilse. mistress Of united In marriage, Saturday '.father, th% bride wore a formal OF CHRIST I't"' Y .GI1:1: $ (

r ceremonies. afternoop. May 11, at 2 gown of Chantlllv ,lace fash- Invites .
Seated at two center tables o'clock In the First Baptist, tonedTwim ,a fitted bodice YOUTo

were the president and past Church of' Lawtey, with Rev. which featured a Bateau Hear l at+ :) ;. 1nR'( 5tfD
presidents of the Junior Wom L. T. Howe, of the HeUbronn necMlrre and long sleeves tap '

an's Club and the president Baptist Church, officiating ered to petal points over .the I THE GOSPELOF g O. l
and past presidents of the The bride is the daughter of wrists. Iridescent sequins high un

Little Women. Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Ciuce, lighted the tiered bouffant CHRIST ,' ',. r. j ll. L .. ..

;Diane Sue Viglione Becomes Bride Among the guests who were tinthe bridegroom is the son skill that fell softly to chapel! I -.y, oIW Af.W '\.. 'I'bi a .... "I ..
introduced, were Mrs: Emmy of Mr. rod Mrs. Paul Ortffis. letl*th. The fingertip veil was 8:30: Sunday Morning q
Of Dr. Wm. H. Green In South CarolinaThe Kelly Homerton of Madison, all of Lawtey. attached to a crown of seed I '1"'"

who ]lives::\ in Starke during The altar of the church was pearls;' and the bridal bouquet'was '' WPXE Radio Dial 1490

wedding of Dr. William the hem of her gown. She World War II, and Mrs. C J. decorated! with baskets of of nations, centered ,,
Harrls Green and Diane Sue,i carried a nosegay of pink and Hotrpt of St. Petersburg, a white gladioli and yellow with an orchid I Worship Service

VlglUone( was solemnized in white carnations with button past president of the club. mums, against a backgroundof MISS Oeille Fay Cruce, the: Sunday, 11:00 A.M.Bible .
the State Street Baptist mums. At all place settings were greenery and branched can-
maid of honor, wore a floor
Church of Cayce. S. C. on Mr. Green attended his son cosmetic and change purse delabra. length gown or nile green silk I Study Sunday J
April 27 at 7:30: p. m. with the as best man. The ushers were favors. Door prizes were won Mrs. W. Fred Moore played organza fashioned with lace'I IS A.M. and 7 P.M.' : ,

pastor Rev. E. Earl Vaughn Jim Viglione, brother of the by six people having special nuptial music, and accompanied and;!, a matching bow of green I I ,,
officiating bride, R. A Green II, brotherof numbers on their programs. the soloist, Mrs. Milo 3 Ml.. South M US 30.1Shop I ..: "
Miss Viglione is the daughter the groom Dr. William The devotional was given by

of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wheeler, and Perman Roberts. Mrs. Luther Powell. Cards, ., ."oW l.. I Ti :

Viglione of Binghamton N. Y. Mrs. Viglione! mother of the were given to life members:' y ,Y aL+ lillaha :

Dr. Green is the son of Mr. bride, wore an ice blue gown Mrs. O. L Beasley, Mrs. Ed- I\
and Mrs. Robert A. [ILex1] with am>llquedi:!, white embroi- ward Burns, Mrs. C. A. Futch\ \ \

Green of Starke.Decorating dered flowers placed diagonally Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. W. : :

the altar was a across: the front from the A. Hogan Mrs. W. E. Middle- v
]large white sunburst floor basket neck to the hem. ton, Mrs E. K. Perryman, Mrs. t

arrangement of chrysan- Mrs. Green, mother of the H. C. Ritch, and Mrs. F. F. "". ;'h\,

themums, snapdragons, carnations groom, wore an aqua ]lace knit Stump. .t
and button mums. dress with a large flowing Mrs Sale announced that

This was flanked by two can- r chiffon scarf at the neck. three club women Mrs Coco- illrt, ,l

dle trees filled with white Guests were invited to a reception mise, Mrs. V. J. Spongier, and
tapers. At the rear of the arrangement -, Mrs. Eugene Tanner have received ""
held at the Holiday Carp'sfor i
was a large curved Inn. The bride's table held a I Chamber of Commerce :
floor candelabra.The .
beautiful three -tiered wedding
.bride.was given: In marriage I Following the luncheon a *
cake and 'refreshments
.TT -
her father. She chose Your Graduate
by served:! from buffet tables. dramatic musical program 4 1
for her wedding a floor length under the direction of! Mrs. L. i'
Miss Vlgllone is graduate ., ...l.r..
a : .
empire I gown! of white crepe A. Canova and narrated by ; or '
over taffeta. The front featured Richard Jock el, was presented.
a Sabrina neckline, and Carolina, having majored In It featured songs and dialogue I IDEAL GIFT FOR Trie; "IOUNG LADY"
from the back neckline twin psychology.Dr. from the high acnool production -

'panels fell to the floor. The Green received: his Bachelor "Wildcat" by Paul Me- i J KIT
thre& carter length sleeves of Science degree from Leod, Kathy Frees. Karen Human Hair Wigs

ended In a large ruffle of the University of South Car- Patz, and Richard:! Williams. ; "'"
olina as well as his Doctor of
Alencon lace. With this was
I impressive service, using .
worn a lace mantilla as a veil. Philosophy degree! In Science.He the.An My Fair Lady written Our Regular $18.88 Swinger...: -
She carried a nosegay of Is now doing postdoctorate This Polaroid takes black and white
and !given by Mrs. Bill popular pictures s
bridal roses, carnations, and work at the Naval Wash-Re- Jenkins, was used to install in 10 seconds-and perfect everytime with electric $ 8 :
search Laboratory In 3995
stephanotis.The the following officers: presi- eye. Built-in flash., carry handle.'
bride's only attendantwas ington, D. C. dent, Miss Delia Rosenberg; fOur 14-8

Mrs. Curtis G. SandersJr. After a short trip throughthe first vice-president Mrs. John t on Regular $16.88 :"104''.... -

of Starke sisterof"the eastern states Dr. and Sanders: second VIce-presi- Includes camera color film, flashcube and batteries.

groom. Mrs. Sanders wore a Mrs. Green will be at hometo dent, Mrs Maurice Wingate; of '$59.95 Takes drop-in film cartridge and.four shut flashcube.. (, (;E
pearl grey silk crepe brocade friends at Wilson Towers, Mrs. J. D. A compare '
third vice-president \ Our best seller sale priced? },. ",
] of white 307B. Oxon Hill. Mary-
with a large bow organdy Apt Warren fourth vice-presi-
: Now ili.' ".......a f M. glamour In her$b.Sh." ;
from the' front neck to land. "Inttamatie; Sale' Prices
Discount i
dent, Mrs. V J. Spengler; recording low Uw woili.,.can chang. n.r bolii-and .hi. 1 "Swinger" & ___ :?:filni..aha at
Fate .
secretary, Mrs. mood with Ihu 10O"% human hair, hand wock.i .MBV BBB l ,
ElementaryPTAs BPW Presents Brown; corresponding secretary Vila. export/! tallorad for a natural' look. In chalet ...
Mrs. Hazel Ritch, and \ of styles) and lull range of natural Ian. wlori. GENERAL LLOYDS
To Meet Savings Bond treasurer, Mrs. H. L. Speer. ether naif filetl from $12.88. I

To Elaine BrownThe Miss Rosenberg gave a ELECTRIC i "HIPPY"i
of ir
Ralph Bryan, president and
speech of acceptance pre- '
the Southslde Elementary Starke BPW Club held sented Mrs. Sale with a pestpresident's transistor>' transistor :
School PTA, Installed new officers -
.* covered dish supper Thursday pen.
night In at the a meeting cafetorium.Tuesday night. May 9. at the home Mrs. J. D.Warren was chair- Give a gil L C' radio radio tr tr35e tr

Installed were: president, 'of) Mrs. Desta Dyal on Hampton man of the breakfast and MM. E S 2 S99lM ,
Lake. Charles Scnmltt and Mrs.Poster Sit
Don Keel vice-president,
Guests on this occasion Included Slit smith had charge of
Blalock secretary, ItS $
Charles : -
Mrs Ann Whltacre. the decorations. only ? \4.
Mrs. Carol Mussoline: treas doublionhl 88 ;
Gainesville Os
'president of the
urdt, !Mrs. Marion Payne.A Serving were members of ,d v1.Y1 Two auH.reOn
(BPW Club Mrs. Hazel Fisher d a'
; : Landis
A n-t on the summer: of Gainesville Florida State the Little Women's Club: 6 Iw 101 Q,, cam.sdgM.r, M k mon Powerful poclet# sires 6 tranststof; with Bold new design for tile "in" group/-/
Denmark Martha Den- in
vacation educational< program program and was summer given ,BPW program chairman: Miss Joyce nis, Sandra Register, Melody 1 ..w 11:d tavold W..Y d:1u:: d ..halt j k J .ava end solid state do- 8 transistors solid state circuitry. fni"
Elaine Brown, of Starke and Compete eludes end
; Janet sign. with battery earphone battery earphone carry
Cuttlno, Gloria Gibson ,.'9 y, gr..rt 3.30to
the husbands of club members.
Sandra lii o from and strap.
Refreshments were served Nichols. Cheryl Ward, P eas case. _
During the business session. ,
'.J Iadlviduw
by the first grade mothers Hugglns Ginger Baldwin, +
Miss Della Roenberg presented Elizabeth a CANT BECIDIT! s
The Starke Elementary PTA Donna Patray, and
a. Savings Bond, to Miss :Brown.
held their IrstallaUon of officer School Thornton. Evelyn Sinclair, incoming give a Carp's POWERFUL "' Laz. r
a Bradford High
of the Little
; and the final meeting forth president
ior with the highest averagein TRANSISTOR =
% chool. term on Tuesday business subjects. Women, served:: as page. ?.-', GiftCERTIFICATE'\ My i \

night }at the' cafetorium. --u _______. ___ MENS a'' I
ChaTte' : *Francis awarded the Mrs. Dyal introduced Mrs. a am-fm s-.
following four children !with I Fisher who spoke on the BPW Church,3a.cluonvll1e, was hon- .
House In Tallahassee ored' at a miscellaneous: shower ,SPORTSHIRTSGALORE ,
the( Presidential Award in the Scholarship I radio
and planning.Mrs. last Friday night given by
physical wucatton! test: MarIan .
Mrs. B. E. Reddish at her ,
DowHirg, Jimmy Olssy, Fisher! also installed the -
Selma Demp, and Harriet following officers: Mrs. Evelyn home in Lawtey. reg. < L t
Arrangements of artificialflowers G.E. clock radio
:F nnme -. Haney: president; Mrs. Lillian $12.8tt $988 A
used In decora-
Rev. W. A. Hogan rave the Pearson, first vice president: were I I
devotional. Mrs. Ruth :Prass- Mrs. Ruth Haddock, second lng. Permanent Press WAKE TO MUSIC- ALL $ STATE

ler's Tom won the room count vice president; Mrs. Sybil Games with prizes were enjoyed itiort ar..... sport iMrf' fa wad ox. $ i i yrpy t'' 'Imagine -AM-FM at this amazing No tub.t fo burn out with sofd $;
The PTA gave $10 to the Brasewen. recording secretary: during the party hours. ford Ivy or wid. h.ck.hfp.. .. 2 for 5 i t, v price. Got strong AM reception and tt.lo circuitry.; brut founding O.
.... ., .. .
the 34 fibrtct tn
guests were ,
Among E.iy 0" 1M' *
fourth grade for a book shelf Mrs Dean Rhoden, corresponding Mrs. Charles McBurnett, choler, of new Summer ifudM. ibis I ,.'+ arML. '; { static-free FM. Includes 9.volt battery AM radio, accurai.) ,clock I .
secretary and Mrs. In smart hl-lmp.st co.
; and
In the library. treasurer. mother of the bride-elect, $- earphdn carry strap. r.g. $13.89'
Bea Klmmons, r -
Pete Novak Installed the Miss Pattle! McBurnett. sisterof 1 I
Mrs. Mildred Doyle presented Mock Turtlenecks a 55 ; .
following officers: president. bride-elect, of Jacksonville, -
George Pierce; first vlce-<.pres- gifts to Mrs.Fisher and the and Mrs. Leon Starling, 100% nylon/ Inih;. with short il...... COMPACT-LIGHTWEIGHT 1
Ident. Mrs Joe Glssy; seoonl outgoing board members. She mother of bridegroomelect, raglan ttyUd. At new colon In the $2"9 .r t" .

vice-president Mrs. J. W. Pat- also pinned the President'spin and his grandmother Mrs. ......... matt.popular collar styli S 1, r, r 4 p
thrv XL. !! TV
Mrs. Haney and pre- personal
ray Jr.. third vice-president'< Lois Carter.Out .
sented her the club gavel. Mrs. "J
Francis: secretary of town guests attending '
Haney presented a gift. of appreciation Baniort Knits .s t.
: Olin White; treasurer were Mrs. Evelyn Rivers, '
:Mrs. ''SOnny Tenly.Amtrtcan from the club t* Mrs W.T. Basford, Mrs. Ovid' 6.flu'n", Bancroft.pprov.d' Btnfon "$ fl O .. fit 1 -' at, Y,, $99.83 VALUE tGn
Mrs. Doyle, the retiring pres- In chafe of pultovor coca .tyi..r 7!f ''s
folk songs were Denmark, aunts of the brIde- now. popular mock furt(.n.clu Choice 3 .ul picture qu.lity 72 "14: ,In.'ti;<." $7,477.. tl'wi.1t .
aune by Mrs. Caralee Lrtwll- Went. groom-elect and Mrs. Ruby of colon. :3 thru XL.' +' long-l.itlnq d.pond.bllity.. ,.,1..1 :( J
ler's sixth grid music classes The next meeting will beheld Harvey, an of Jacksonville! also ..,phon. Inelud.d. 6.t 1-yr. gu.r.nt.o ; >3
during the program June 13 at the home of Mrs. L. N. Pickering and on picture tub., 90 dtyt en parts Ubor..* jI... V' -_ ', _. 4,
lrt..A\" 1. ,
Mrs. Margaret F. Brown on Mrs. Arlin McKntght: of GIFTS FOR THE GRAD. --'..Q ."

Sheila McBurnett KingsleyLake.. Starke.
The hostess presented the g Mbctton of tmh l
la Honor Guest Jacksonville, whose marriageto honoree with a silver cranberry t cb end 6. bars In gold or ,iW.. l.OO a toloetioa of pattorm .nd calort,...$))1,OO Open ,All Day Everyday Friday -

At ShowerMiss Glen Starling will be an dish and server as a me- S.l.etxf o// m.nt fie. lo.ihorb FuwrtoitutW carton h.ndiordibh far

event of Saturday, May 18, at mento of the occasion. ..M..y group dylMtll ,.y.sa, $100 mi In whit.. P.dag. of ...,_.. $1.0O And Saturday Until 7:00 P.M. -
Sheila McBurnett of 8 p. m. In Allandale Baptist
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'!.: Billy Dampier( former outstanding members to the National FFA, court procedures," Judge Pat- ttme >Ip his IS years on the"..talnty.arxJ said thai. ; In his County while requ'lrlngr other,1 their kind expressions of sym- I O. M. Yarbrough and Elder

,Alvarez }Wins Bradford FFA mem- Convention In.Kansas City,,, ten aald. benchthat; a. defendant: ., bad opinion the present situation to donate their property. pathy shown during the illness Harry Eddy. The family of
ber and now a teacher In the and judging' .teams to many "Not to the extent that I done so. .left such a tate of uncertainty Is on Russell Road'', ,better and. death of our dear Mrs. Amanda Bumey.TYPEWRITERS .
vo-tech school here, and! L. J. fairs. including the State Fall' can represent myself ade- Six of the:18 rite fl ers'af that no one could actuallybe known as Cooter Wilson I mother.
' hTopFFAAward Kite local pulpwood, dealer at Tampa. quately;" Brooks replied the jury were women. declared the winner Road." the mimeographed A special thanks to : Manual or
our and friends for
' .., and father of two FFA mem- Bradford Chapter President; Judge Patten then appoint Jurors were: Barbara Moore Attorneys for both. parties circular said. the doctors ElderDDWLINC Electric. For sale or rent. -
bers.The Greg Alvarez gtwe the accomplishment ., ed Chance, described' as & competent Casey Ralph F. Merrltt, Wayne to -the suit-Wilson, the plaintiff Wilson counteracted the I and nurses Bradford County Telegraph.

annual banquet honor- report of farm activities qualified attorney, after E. Douglas, Nelly Partln, and charges this! stating .. .
3 : Newell the defendant week -- ..--.., ----c''''' "..........
Continued :Prom Pap One Ing parents of FFA members which Included. planning denying: three motion flied by Gamer, Robert' H. Franklin -
or DeKalb Award and Jerry and telling accomplishments of crop and livestock: Brooks. The motions were for Nelson Moore., Warren H. ,solution would be to have the referred to In the circular '
of to quash I
of the two chapters greatly farming at the) 170-acre FFA a change/ venue Pauline Hals- PRODUCE'
i : Whitehead Bradford Chapter was Information, and to Bishop Myrtle two men run again pn the were for "damages" to Improvements -
shortened this when farm north of Starke off UtS- suppress right-of-I'
-- year evidence.In lop Betty Margaret Hayes Second Primary date. May 23. on the
i : Whitehead and Clemens ceremonies were carried+! out 301 raising of vegetables on Betty Jo Bennett, 8. J. O'- Saunders said that other way, and not for the land it-

.. double winners also won proficiency during the meal of barbecuedbeef plots by members and I awards.' Whitehead raised on the FFA school Saturday work days at the 0, suppress evidence, Judge Pat- man Haywood Harris, WilliamD. not be affected by the Irregu- everyone for such damages he

: took the honors for poultry. farm. The meal was served farm over the year.Entertainment ten said he would consider: Carter,. :Mary Elizabeth larities since their victory I declared." I 301 SOUTH

crop and livestock farming.I cafeteria style /with Fl"A was furnished -, Brooks' motion concerningthe andexhibits Nettles, and Robert L. Mc- margins: were greater. Wilson also quoted!) a letter
:demons members acting as waiters 1 to by the Bradford FFA string entering of photographs Clellan. from a State Road Bradford County Grown
for fanning The
won crop evidence during canvassing board said Depart-I
wand home Both the large crowd which nearly band just organized this year,, as Judge Patten' appointed. I that ment offlcal in Lake
\ Improvements. a check of Regularities
filled the BHS cafeteria. which won honors at the district the trial. I to foreman of firming that Wilson donated TENDER GREEN BEANS
;. received. medals and a $25 Chitty serve as showed no errors In the operation -
,. ,check.: I The two chapter president. contest. the jury and Russell McRae : of the supervisor's office. the land for right-of-way; on YELLOW
4 :. Winners of the public speakIng Greg Alvarez and Lamar demons Advisor Paul Huttihlna intro- Thomas Trial as bailiff. Clerk of the Court George the road in question. I. SQUASH
duced a number of guests. Including The distribution' of unsigned
., Ala acted as masters of cere- CUCUMBERSTENNESSEE
awards/ went to Greg Lester 'A. Crosby a Juror I Carlisle said yesterday that
," Chapter. and; mony. The Invocation was School Supt. Tom circulars as well as the publication -',:
varea Bradford /who had not appeared In court unless he Is instructed otherwise '' FLATS
Casey, State Rep. Gene Shaw,, of new charges In the
:Lamar by Emory Prevatt and '
: given
Starke Chapter
demons. Set June 5 'as summoned, was later by the office of Secretaryof
"" Temple County Agent George final days before an
1 both of ,
presidents! brought In and fined 10. State he will place the
Stalnaker vice-president of Huggins and Ted Oglesby. director Is Illegal under eleotlon.//
:Irrespective: chapters. NeweH-WUson race on the regular -
; elf the vo-tech center. tion laws.
{ .. the Bradford Chapter.
U- : The two chapters acknowledged Hutchins also paid tributeto [Continued From Page One Run-Off May 28 Second Primary Wilson is now completinghis 3 Ibs. 49c
: the help of four local Bradford High PrincipalJim the Starke-Bradftxrdi! Coun- May 28 ballot. third term on the Clay
i i.. men by !guying them the highest Temple responded' to the ty Chamber of Commerce and stipulations. and testified for The Commission District 1 Commlsalon. Newell d ia makIng

: *' award an FFA chapter can welcome. others for sponsoring! .the first about 15 minutes race was hotly contested In nils'' first bid for county office ,

w ::::. bestow on a non-member Starke Chapter President calf scramble last fall in which Ju:.'ge Patten explained thatit [In Clay Race the First Primary. Anonymours politics. i i We Also Have Fresh Blackeyed Peas,

the honorary chapter farmer Lamar demons !gave the accomplishment 10 FFA members won calvesto is permissible for a. defend- circulars were distributed In Okra and Ruskin Tomatoes
I. degree. The four so honored report of Fl"A be fattened. ant to testify before a grand [Continued From Page Onel the final. days, charging that CARD OF THANKS "

r c: were Harold Alvarez father activities of the past year.. The meal was prepared un- Jury under the conditions lIst- Wilson sold right-of-way' land We wls' to express our sin
I of FFA'ers\ Greg and Jimmy Included were conferring of der the direction of Mrs. An- ed but said It was the firstTheatre should not be based on uncer-.'for secondary roads in ClayiFOR I cere and heartfelt thanks toi I,

C :.. Alvarez: Joseph Olssy land four state farmer degrees
: a'' manager for Container Corp.; Bradford::. boys sending three applause from the appreciative -' s

C ; diners.Brooks!!. / 1UIi

i C fc It'i EXPERT Draws irod r z, i. I

:t" 1.=. LAWNMOWER 2nd ConvictionOn

"II :.
3- ,1'I SECRETARY WANTED -. FOR RENT Furnished >off]. k

_. = Riot Charge Full time; typing necessary, cency apartment $50 mo. Ben,
I If you find your name among the Classified Ads, I Apply Gilman Paper Co., St ner Apts. 633 McMahone, I I
\ Mary's' Kraft Dlv., Maxville,,. Phone 964-6279. t tfch{
: come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Fla. Phone 289-2911 for ap
1 Continued from Page Onel

I ry\ Brooks' comparisons to testimony FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- pointment.! tfchg IT'S MOVING DAY .
i f in the 'previous/ trial in.
.could not lie, used. $9.95Bradford County Telegraph Move your insurance
I Brooks told a Bradford County Ph. 964-6305.
1 :3C sheriff's deputy aftelr the business to "The Man

:= trial Tuesday he had.been rail- MOBILE HOME, need 2 bedroom PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration NEW MOBILE HOMES Chic- from Keystone"
II roaded. and bath. Ideal for sum- Service. Home and kasha 20' x 24' wide.! Buddy-

11:;' ALL MAKES: AND MODELS Brooks Monday asked for i mer camp. Call 473-4178 or Commercial. Phone 473-3090 Clemson, Layton travel trailers 'I George E. LaRue

I: WE HAVE THE PARTS AND Independent counsel,, saying 473-4186. 4tchg 8-03 P. O. Box 19, Keystone. tfchg Liberty Taylor Azalea INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
i i Buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing
from the
that anyone"
public I FOR RENT !a bedroom attractively -
i i THE KNOW-HOW' defenders office would not ofl11W bed APARTMENTS for rent fur- free set up and de- Fire Homeowners FRESH VEGETABLES -Edna
i cottage on nished. Utilities furndshed. Call
represent him adequately.. ... livery BUCKEYE TRAILER Harley Call 964-7317 after 7
e s I Walnut Street. Call Mrs. J. 964-6852. LIFE & ACCIDENT
trchg MART. INC., 6912
.i "This court to not /going to W. Klncald 9647831. trchg P. m. 3tohg
.c let you dictate who your counsel Jax. 771-8776. tfchg I Keystone Heights 4734692No.
: will 'be" Judge Fatten told ;t i0, ,
i Pick Up and Delivery Service him. r &iUPHOLSTERY WOIR s tifully engraved la gold or USED VACUUM cleaner re- FOR RENT In Starke attractive -

Brooks said he. would rather 110 Lemon St. Palatka; silver. $1.25 for box of 29, including conditioned $13 up. 10 different I 2 bedroom furnished

represent himself .than have Furniture Repaired envelopes. Bradford name brands to choose from. 670-E-Z $140 per mo. Income I cottage. Good location. Also!

I t' O'NEALS representation from, the public 'Upholstered & .Refinished County Telegraph. tf Parts & excellent repairs aM $850 down buys these'I' unfurnished houso in the coun-
defender's office makes. KIRBY SAXES & i' 2 furnished rentals. Close to( try. W. H. Nollman. tfchg

Judge Patten .then asked MATTRESSES. REBUILT FOR RENT Klngsley Lake, STOIVICE 712 N. Main, Gaines. high school and town center.I
New 2 I' : FOR SALE Fishing tackle
Innersprlngs houses
furnished tnrlth mod
SHELL SERVICE Brooks about hill past court WIle 3767110. tfchg NO. 741SCENIC RETREATon '
worms, minnows and
and Box ern conveniences: crickets.
: Brooks said he had Springs private docks. sand botton lake and park
experience. 1
Drop ITs A Card OallPALATSA' Make reservations Day or night. Lester Prevatt
435 E. Madison St. been> convicted' of four felonies. now for DID YOU KNOW It's easy to with 2 bedroom bungalow on 613 W. Weldon St.
F EA 5-0164 June July and
August. Call
familiar withI huge shaded lot. Cool summer Yo
'Then you !are own a Longchamp Home? 5-16 ,
MBS. 2tp
PECKJT SHAIXJBB 268-4477 Box 405. Baldwin. breeZes. Convenient
Better. built for Florida liv' shop-
809.; K Adkln F1.... 'Mrs. I
Sfc Agio. 5-18
: i ing. Your plans or ours ping. Would you believe $5- YELLOW YAM9$ slips for sale. ,
ii 1s. : I 'ptaritlsy. Agent" INSURANCEAT Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- 600 Desire just a lot ?-$!,- Contact Leon Dlcandla; Bcei i

I,:FOR SALE! Large Mor REDUCED RATS ford Mitchell phone 964- 200. sent Road or call 064-7404.

rELECT I gage Co. has 3 BK house out I AUTO, FIRE, BOAT 6853. P. O. Box 238, Starke. STROUT REALTY 2tp 616_
city limits 3 mile. Low down DOYLE E. CONNKB tfclig
I payment and law monthly] NsURANpE AGENCY 2117 N. Temple Ave.. REAL ESTATE

If r ------ : I'payments Phone' 'Jacksonville tfchg Starke Fla. BUY- SELLTRADE
((904)) 964-6609
: ; : ,,collect 3880161. JIMMY MOORE'S I BILL POWELL
rootsCLASSIFIED Hi): i Stchg 8-2
Real Estate
I PUMPSNEW SUN SPORTS 1 ARE YOU planning an extra

I jl jlI n R'$: : ,I COMER'S LAKBVIEW Beach AND USED MOORE: BOAT FOR I I room to your home, garage, on 20 acres paved close road.In.High and dry
::: 1 : '1'' and Cottages at Earleton. Cottages |I remodel or make repairs? If
.. I '" ,:Flh'.bE"( .Nt I reserved week or month. SALES-PARTS-SERVICE YOUR MONEY I I BO, call Buford Mitchell Long- 2 bedroom, 2 bath house ex-

.... 1r r 1iiAii \, I.. ". ..'. .. ,. -' -.". Parking $1.00 per car. Swim or Deep & Shallow Wells Starke SERVICESPKCIAL- Ph. 064-5791 ,' champ Construction for Free cellent neighborhood.
84 Pricedto
acres unimproved.
n ." 0. picnic free. Phone 468-112, Water Softeners & Filters I' Estimate. Phone 064-6853.
t s Waldo. .: sell.
y 12tchg 6-2 tfchg
II t .. AD RATES I Expert Service On 13' & 14' Fiberglass Fishing I 135 acres Improved. Paved
.. 4 FOR SALE! :- 12 acres landon All Makes 'Boat from $265.00. Ski road and railroad frontage.
e 1 I IS words ._.._ 1.23Minimum : Used
'1 Up to SR-100 Phone Mower Push or Ride
between Lake Butler 964-7061
.. 1 Rigs from $503.00.
401 W. Madison St.
JI( ( charge) I and Lake''City.:Ha. high- 'DURRANCE PUMP We Tratl.'e RepairFIRESTONE

.. J Each word over IS __ .07 I way frontage deep well, pecan AND SUPPLY CO. I Phones: Off. 96I-A464
I \ trees pines convenient ,to.. CAREY'S FLORIDA TRADERS Free, Pick Up ServiceIn
Extra fliaree/ If not I hunting reserve. PII. 064-6364 : Antiques bought and City MIMEO STENCILS and Ink.
J In advance .35 5-2 Phone 961-7502 and
paid 8tp. CARL BEGGS sold. Duplicating machines
: ; .. / Top cash paid for Fine,. tf ,
w supplies Bradford County

: !'f -.. :11 Memorials, Resolutions, ; 75 feet Hampton on Lake,Lake."80 Let feet on Gulf Service Green Furniture Cove-Glassware.Springs BlandIngBlvd. Hwy 17 LOST. Strayed or Stolen -I II Tel.ell'rapt.

I I 7 cents per word paved road 284 feet' long. = Fuel Oil Orange Park. tfchg male flee dog [fox terrier FOR SALE-Lone Star 14 ft.

rei I II Cleared and ready for 1m SEVERAL type]. Wt. 20 Ibs. White, Fiberglass run-about with
1:'. I provement. $500.00 down. rsza! PARTS brown spots. Wearing collar electric starting 30 hp Evln-
CARDS OF THANKS ing Machines for
r $30.00 per month plus interest Top Pilue for Wracked par sale electrics and: harness. Reward. M. F. rude $495. Phone 064-7378.
: .
: at 7 24 Hour Wrecker Service ; subtraction credit bal- Wiggins Brooker, Itchg, Clifford Martin. Uchg
50 words or less -- 8.00 I per cent. A. J. Thomas ance. Bradford County Tele- ,
Realtor. AAA S! *. H Green '
Charles Tel. 964-6701. Stamp I
i ti Sawyer Each word over 50 __ .07 Hwy. SOI N. WaUo graph UFO ,II I USED FURNITURE FOUNDon Rd 227 [150 yds

FOR SALE 1953 house trailer us19osSPECIALIZINO RSALE 30.06 Rifle with AND APPLIANCES from 3011) pair of mens' glass

SILVER SANDS LAKE 8' x 32'. Good COndition. scope. Ph. 964-6364. I UPHOLSTERING es. Call the Fla. Highway'Pa-

I It $2,700 to $3.500 $1100.00. Robert Oentllman :: In' Bales of 2tp :5 s_16 I. trol information.. ItchgKINOSLEY
Morgan Church Road. Ph. Real Estate and I in appraisal. FENNELL'SBARGAIN
t School Board District 3 i GATOR BONE LAKE 964-S351. Itp for estates, corporate and in- FOR RENT TV sets baby CENTER LAKE: cottagefor
$3,575 to $1,275 'dividual owner. 30 years experience beds electric guitars and amplifiers rent from now ill July let
1'4' Mi. So. 301 Starke
FOR SALE'S1 Chevrolet August and September. Phone
EASY TERMS ; In Florida land mat- refrigerators by day. .
-- 4 door V8-automatic trans :ers. 'A. J. Thomas; Realtor week or month. Phone 964- i Bill Graham 9645093. .
See E.
S. McKay
mission. Radio' Se heater 2tchg 5123
Starke. 7923. Dahmers! tfchg
---Fla---__ tfchg I .
% I believe that as a parent, I can best serve the Keystone"' He I ghts good, ;Lean, well. taken vnuv -- I
; 473-4740, or 473-4152 of car. Phone FOR RENT 3 room and SO TOWELS. $3.50. Brand FOR SALE House full of

: MN: v' needs of our school and our children. .' '. Phone, : 473-4316 I D648783.2tp 823| bath furnished cottage. Phone new Biggest towel bargain' Prompt Service I Graham.furniture 706 except Thomas stove.St.Mrs.Itp

964-5337. tfchg ever. Send $3.50 plus 50C post-
'j";' FOR SALE-3 BR-1 bath !U tage-handllng per set. Bargain For Repairs

1'P" WANTEDCASH are land in Theressa community FOR ,SALE-BRICK HOUSE House. Box 565 Falls Church,
l : f"V I believe that as a businessman I can best guard I .Take Htoay 100 Southto ready for occupancy 3 bed- Va. 22046. Itp LARGE OR SMALL stove WANTED or electric USED -refrigerators gas ooofc

1:'". Brln on's Store turn light room 1% bath. located Just '' beds, dinette sets, bedroom I II
: "I our tax dollars and still provide our children with PAID go % mile house on left.: $3.- outside of city limits In FOR SALE -crib and matt.,, QUALITYPLUMBING I sets sofas and chairs. Phone
J..q' c I 500. Owner win finance $fiO Plnebreeze. Easy monthly $10.00; television $25; gas 964-7923. Dahmers. itfchg I
Good Clean Cotton Rags! down monthly payments ar erms. stove $25 refrtg. $25; gas CO.
Longchamp Const Co.
::: lG the type education you and I want for them. No Khakis, Wool or I, ranged. Call Collect .Arlene Contact Bufoid Mitchell heater $13: fine chest drawers I ADD MACHINE ROLLS.

: fti k Scraps. Williams 829-6447. Bt. Aus-( pone 064-6853, P. O. Box $25; antique Spanish style Ph. 964-5039 File Folder, complete line office -
ustlne. Fla. .Itp 238 Starke. tfnb.TO04'RENT1 lanterns. Pti 964-5388. itfchg supplies.] The Telegraph.
; As a citizen who believes that Americans must BRING TO Ph 964-6305.
= .. OFFICE' FtJRN1TtJRE-Used, bedroom fur- FOR SALE 314: or % ton,
,asML. Bradford excellent condition' shed house and 2 bedroom steel cow body truck. $120 I
County reason unfurnished -
:. .. AM; start speaking up for those things in which we betake able. Phone 064-7823,r Or1 writeP. house. 308 S. Water.Ph. For information write 724 N. Day TYPEWRITER, week, RENTALS: FOR SALE Badmiton set ,
or month.Bradford
'.IHr.) Telegraph I O. Box 516, Starke. 964-6788. tfchg Grand St, Ocala or call 964- : net and 4 good rackets. $3.00.
M. "I'lieve and an active part in leadership, I am quali- P7a1tp 9954 It 964-6SO5.County Telegraph. Phone tf 200 E. Adfelns! St. Itcht I
';.. .1 t. MEN; WANTED Laundry
.workers. Kitchen aids laborers BY OWNER -'65 12'56. Mobile HELP WANTED Two school
"fied be BE A
..: to spokesman on the school board.
FOR SALE-small: 2 bedroom
custodians round
cutoo I cottage parents; watchman Home, Furn., 2 bedroom year em-
?: cooks and clerks. Five 1'i! bath 3000. Starke 964- furnished house. 746 N. Walnut ployment Contact C. L. Baeteu
r .r tlcl WIFE SAVER! day week. eight hour day. 7487. lip Call 964-7444 or 964-5070. men 'or J. Temple 064-6092.

'J';;;. I would sincerely appreciate your vote and sup. State retirement. vacations Itp Itchg
.... GET HER AFEDDERS sick leave.If Interested, please.EXPERIENCED short order ,
cook: -wanted for Right. Ken I
fel port on May 28th. a rte, apply In person Personnel Apply In person Longhorn more Electric Range. Insur- I dtv-OB home for sale. 3 large
4. danager.. Sunland
rAl'11"ra.''. TrainIng Restaurant.. 2tohg 5123"OR ance guaranteed. Used 3 B.R., D. R.. fireplace in LRV ,
: .- Center. Gainesville. Fla.
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER'OEID'S months: $l50.Call Mrs. George \ baths rugs in all rooms
: : Vote For And ElectCharIes 1AIGE3T SEttiNG 4tchf 61.6'ORMINO SALE 1955 ChevroletBel Hugfflns. 964-5588. Itohg covered patio. CH-AC, L.
.. IRANVJ Summer Air 2-dr., auto trans V-8. Grounds. $17.000 Sm. down
DEALER NAME Classes In .Phone 964-6528. Itchg FOR RENT 3 bedroom un- payment Ph. 064-5388.
... TapAero- Joss-Ballet. Interested .ehg
ADDRESS PHONE SEE 'EMtODAYI. ??? Please call Milk cow or furnished house In city. Phone
994-7098. FOR SALE FOR SALE-Welsh horse with
itfchg nursing cow with calf. Phone ,984-6841. 2tchg 523| saddle. Please call 064-6741.

t Sawyer 732-3756.: : Itchg FOR SALE OR TRADEwithdown lip

tt WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. FOR' SALE 3 bedroom 2 I- payment. Land 789 front

: ill bath concrete block home in MIMEO STENCILS and Ink. footage on Highway 230. 1 RULED LEGAL PADS.

7369 or 9rt4-r.8r after 5 p. m.tfcbg. upplira. Bradford CountyTelegraph. Ph. 964-5211 or 964-6128. etc -' Bradford County Tele-

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Tt1UR4DAY MAT is. 19f18 BRADFORD OOTTNTT fELXORAfn.!: : 8TARKK.! FLORIDA .,. Rnrlfnti t-A Par* Ontf
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'. tm The C rOf .d. C.to.t! ,
:: ... ceipt of bid, the refund! will the Beard! of Public Instruction Jnfo ) '' ald'
M Bradford C. <,. Florid : All of property b..III'I.In
i Cooper' f. i:,! "r ":l t" ,r s ,+ ''tr+ la Probate N.. be (3000 plus tax. Depoalt. of Bradford' County Florida I a 'W'MtARD O1T LICE the County of Bradford, Utate
i oi'., In Re Estate of J. P. TaN. check shall. be made payable to bond Ismied by the surety Company INSTRUCTION of Florida.Unles -
ton, DeoaaaedNOTICE the Architect. licensed to do business InFlorida BRADFORD COUNTY siicH1 cerUtfcatwotr''' !6"-
iI 't'I' 'f" TO CREDITORS! ti Separate iheet for draw- and listed bY the United FLORIDA: tlflcate shall be redeemed"( .,.0cordlnl'
t!II', .',+. ? I t r All creditor oc the state of Intcs or paves of specification States Treasury Department as Thomas 1.0. Casey, Jr., to law the property
I Sentenced J. P. TARLTON. deceased, are may be purchased from theArchlt.ct. acceptable for 100 per cent of Superintendent described In such certificate or
i' ,err-. ,,, follows ( refund within ten B-S .
hereby notified and required to a* no the contract price It & certificate will be sold to the
't., r i 1I'''r' file any claim or d.mandawhich ) (10) day aftec nelnr awardedthe highest bidder at the court bodes
I t.?. .I"\'f'" i A.LJ{ rttYr ; .t //I :1 x { 1 they may have atralnn Jirawlnrstloo per beet, oo-n Iract. Said. bond cuaranteelnir N.erre of Application door 01the that. Monday 'In
For .' aid safety In the office of the plus 4 per cent taxSpecifications the performance payment far Tax Deed. Month of .June, 10(18( whU.h,, I lathe
larcenyContinued County Judge of Bradford County : I.10 per pa e.plUH 14..... F.S. 8rd d.y of June. 1993.
Florida, In the Courthouse 4 per cent tax. by the Contractor. N'OTICiK IS HEREBY OtVEN Dated thin iffth day of April,
at Starke. Florida, within alx Note bhfofo bidder may wlthdra-w hi* that B. B Rowlandthe 19ss. -
calendar month. from the fire All requests for plan) and a. period .
( From Page One] publication of thle notice. Each specifications, veparate .heot.of day after the date yet for certificate hoe filed said. certificate Clerk of Clrrult Court: of i
claim or demand must be In drawlnsT! or paves of *poclflcatlen opening" thereof. .* foo a tax deed. to be Issued Bradford County Florida,
I ten on 'the terms of, wrltlnv" and mart stab the aimll be made throughthe The Contractor wilt be required thkr"on. The certificate l-ae 523Don't _
proba office of the Architect. to complete said project -
of realdence ,
place and Fort of number and of Issuance
lion and both agreed to abide ,1 fica addrsea'ot the claimantand Each bid .nhall be aooompanled within. the) time set forth in his the years of t ,
I !by the strict .rules muat be worn to by the by a cashier' check or bid bidThe. .dt'.ecr: name In ':'hh"lc&1f.wasasseHMod Be
of 6 ,
claimant, hi* avert hi bond In the amount percent uccossful bidder It any. *
or at follow
are a*
Pre'lrentenceo investigations teensy or It will I become, vadaaoording of the bid payable to the will be notified within five (8)) Certificate No. I
I Board of Public( Instruction of day lifter.. the bid I I. acceptedThe .
ordered to laiv.Wlliran 19U
In the cases of I 1 t Year of Isnuance:
Bradford County Florida as Board of Public Instruction!
H. -Tarlton DECEIVED ,
I Ancil C. Tetstone .Jr., 23 WILSON H. TARLTON evidence. .. .. of cood faith suoreisfulbidder and. of. Bradford County Florida reserves 1, Description 8. a of Blk 7'c ftbnhO\\
<*" lnB that the to reject
charged with breaking and AdmlnlHtrator of the Estate. of r nt the right any Name In which assessed Ted
entering Tuck's Drtve' -In last J. P. Tarlton, deoeaied. will\ execute, and furnish and all bids. and to waive any Blgham. 1.I 1 Hy Advertised Prices:
r Eugene F. Shaw
July 27, and Mary Lee. Crawford 1 EUGENE F. SHAW Total cost of contract Is
,I' charged with desertion 142 Went Call Street what you actually pay. Get
of five Stark, Florida the 'KRAti' FACTS before
plead guilty.minor children. Both Honorary FFA MembersFour Attorney for AdmlnlHtrator yon elfin Our payments are
4/2B 4t 1-18 Words Cannot Express My AppreciationFor
from 8
A charge of withholding- i, $ to 913 per month
km, with the same down
: Crawford port!,' against .,Donnia Hugh local) men receive ,Honorary Cliap- at the sew vo-tech
elate was dropped by the ter Ik>>t-gl't't"tl. highest f; honor an FFA chapter manager for (Container Corp.; L. J. Kite local "Healed] bids will be received. by to P'''''. 5 per cAnt

Marvin, Earl" Harris.. 33., dart' fceHtow- ,' at the annual Parent and SonIT timber dealer and rancher and Harold Alvarez the of Bradford Board of County Public. Florida Instruction althe Your Splendid Vote On May 7th bank financing- No hldclro

; charged with \ Banquet )ant. Thursday night. father of Creg; Alvarez who'won the office of the 6tiDerintsndantof : : charge. Ten top manufaorurers
I Public Instruction of Brad.
tent to ,rape and a crime They are ((1-r) Billy Dampler, Instructor tWo lor DeKalb Award. Shown with the mea ford County. P. O. Box 939. representnd.
agalnet'' :nature 'pleadAd'notguilty Starke. Florida? up to 7:30 p I
/ ; m. (DHT) on the day of May LOW
by reason of insanity. lowing ML of the' above-styled On 13. IBtift. for the nnnaf rtiot Inn nf.
I cases were dropped: Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Iverson court orhetnro -- .
The court granted Public.Defendei ,. Nazworth worthle&s check; Davies, Mlddleburg ,a daughter the 20th Jay of May Area Vocational Bradford Technical Union OVERHEADDoea
A. D., 1968 ntherw lse. Center
:. R., 'A. Oreen'a motion Ole Ma.., ''Alien, (worthless Dianne lG'nn.May/ 12.' f may : bo entered a again Judgment Stark. Florida., I want my fellow citizens of Bradford '
that doctors be appointed, to check: ;, Peggy Smith, breakingand' Mr. and Mrs. Dale .you for the relief,.demanded IBthe at .which time bid will be opened It!
eximlne: Harris: Roger 'complaint.W1TNRHH '' and read aland Any Mag County to know that I will be forever
1 entering; John Perkins, Green Starke. a lIOn Roger received after the specified time
George,/' Miller plead ,not possession of moonshine whir Dale Green Jr.. May 12.. cat. of HHId court my hand on the and 18th the and date. specification will not be ooneldered.Plana and contract : grateful for the wonderful vote of confidence The Owners -
gullty'id/tbur'botlJltli .
of }org. key: day of April, A, D. 19(18.( I documenta may be examined Dad antfurad
I the sly court'allowed and. on <*reejtf.. .,,request, Two trials set for Wednesday CHART.US Clrrk of A. Raid DATIBYA Court Morgan. In the Architect office, 2301 of Don Kind-R. you gave me on May 7, returning: me Drive The Trucks. =:
t 10 days for May IS, have been post ii" TRIO cine; iIT coi'itr OF By: Huulah M. Moody ley Avenue Granite Park Florida ;
motions to be tiled. poned. They were for Jim FLORIDA KIOIITII JCDICIALclarrrr A" 6 18uty, Clerk and a* follows: ,, to the office of Sheriff for another term. ALL SIZES: ON ,
Harry Mclntosh : IN AM FOR HUAU-' 4-2B 4t 1. F.V.. Dodge Corporation, DISPLAY ; I
charged Smith, 25, a state prison Inmate FORD COUNTY.; -
Jacksonville, Florida.
with issuing a worthless check charged with escape from <:'UII Action No. ffoa: Nonni nF IXTF-VTIOV- TO 8. Gainesville Plan Room, I will strive at all times to merit your confidence 8 10.12 WIDES
last May 25 to Tax Collector the prison last Oct. 27, and KATHRYN MORROW. HUD ON. RFJGIM'I'.JR FICTITIOUS Gainesville, Florida. Ir// I'/j BATHS I:
Plaintiff 8. Daytona Beach Plan Room, and and will show
:3. R. support
Kelly, did my appreciation
?, mot appear ,in Pete Dalton, charged with N\"I" Daytona Beach Florida. AND EXPANDABLES:
court His '! DEANVK? JR. Notion In hereby (,''v"lIhat r
bond was declared grand of outboard HUDSON. PLAN AND apRCIPICATIOIVPHOCUREMKNTl '
larceny an Defendant.NOTICE : the uiulerslKFiBd under t by continuing to give you a Sher
estreated and hi* arrest orderDefendants' motor belonging. to J. 1C. Sim OF SI IT vlalnna of Aacflon Hflli,.ll\), Florlda General Contractom
A. Upon
I ed. ", "-!, '' moos on April 11. The court TO: DArAndant DEAN K. HUDSON:'! JR.. Atetu with h1966 the Clerk! ,of will the mclmer Circuit; requent. and receipt sales. ot 180, deposit .00, 't. iff's Office of which you can be proud. LAKE :GENEVAOBILE \
4 cent tax
pot tn custody\ :appointed JR.; A. 'Lex" Greento c-o D. K. Hudson Court la nnd for BiarifnrriCountyj of per General Contractor, twoill
.and whose cksesVere transfer represent Dalton In the trial Locklnllton LendChattanooga Florida 1 upon receipt sets of plan. .and apeclflratlf \ HOMESALES
of proof of publication of lhlanntlw
the absentee T..nnuaAe I n> will ne forwarded. If
s'1,10 docket
; are: YOU ARE! HEREBY NOTI the flctlttouN name of THANK YOU AGAIN / '
and specifications
WHliana plan are returned
t J. Green, tour counts Recent Births FIED that an action for divorce HAMPTON MILiUWORKti:! uDlI..rwhch In good condition wlthn .
y of forgery; Howard t Lamons has been filed against you, and WH ale engaged In bunln five (H> dava after receipt I I.i

Jr.--l'Bnd larceny; Sandy"Mp4IeT"Ewe Bradford County Hospital you are required to nerve .a\I 4! Fla Ha at P. O. Box 93, Hampton, .of hlAthe: full depoclt will be.slanged. P. D. (PETE) REDDISH !ill /I''
counts .
of grand lar- copy of your wrlt'en de'.n..1 George nwla., 4S3 Yucatan B Hnh-Contractorn Vendnri, One mile S.E. Keystone
ceoy l; 'Maryland Whltaker announces .the .following If any to U on 8. !" Ruruitga. I! Drive, Orlando Kla. half< inIernxU eto.i For plan. and apeclflcatlona .- Heights Route 100:
'jliths- : Paul. Crawfoid, and T to puh-nontrartor, vendor on
}r nvlthholding "PPort; Johr AI, R. (CrnwfiHfl Box 73, I.awt..y, eta the deposit will be SHERIFFBRADFORD COUNTY > f f f OPEN SUNDAYS
,Wood 'worthless!' check Mr and Mrs. Walter Alan TOMLrNSON Drawer "C",1}, Fin' (half IntiTont *60.00 plu. 4 per cent utu tax
On motions Gainesville, Florida. 42601, Attorney -( Dated till, llth day. of May A. rt the plann and eneclfration., ( Phone 473-4320
j by Asst Stat. Fulghum, Staike, a daughter, dv.)
: for the I D )AAA nt Stark.. Bradford, are returned In good conditions (pd. poT.
Plaintiff. and to
Attorney Mack Flitch the fol- Karen, Denise, May 10. file the original with the Clerk 'I County, Florida.! 1I/9.t 5-30 within five (5)( ) day. after re-

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I: -- Owned .and operated by local owners who support all ,,, ::;' '??: AND And Bring: into! our Store and

local projects-and have helped ,in a small :way'to help make Register For''

t our, community a .better :one .to live in. ,We appreciate the .j r4' '' '

support you have given; us in the past and our aim is to ,.. 4! FREE LAWN' MOWER'
better serve our public and. community by: increasing our &1 W M M b- .

supplies and giving advice, which the .people! .of. our area E To Be Given / J
Away Jur
fit f stitAU''Entrants.Must .
deserve."r ". 111. .... lLJ "' "' oA, ,f, -J !&' .- < ',, _
I I. Have Coupon To Enter. _::.
Beforeryautake your business' out of'town where none ,

H 1 of ''us benefit from; it, let Starke Builders Supplies have the All Items In Our Store Will Carry 10 pO Discount On' .Cash and Free Ball Point Pen Given, :

opportunity to at least price you on your supplies. We know To Each Entrant :-
,I that we can be cumetitive with our competition. All we can I ; ,

appreciated.ask is i to. be.given .the opportunity and it will' be sincerely Carry Basis Only \While Sale Lasts PRICES GOOD THRU_ MAY 31st t ----==---::-_-

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1 1 I p g Sporting Goods ti GUARANTEED PAINTS l

sE ;"'' Buy Now and Save '

yr" t Keep Your House Cooler in the Summer INTERIOR LATEX 2 GAL. $C.OO

I t Warmer in Winter! ALL COLORS +"

1 a.dtti.t le'.wJd' ,L arfta .>ilrli..r.f+...C a I I h
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BATS HATS ,, rlti '' With Aluminum Foil Backing

.. USING 2V" ," USING 4"
.I' Brings> 8c'5tratton Engine INSULATIONOnly For
INSULATIONOnly Wood or Masonry Paint
t' 18" -3 H.P. MOWER $41.95 Exterior Use Best Cover Guaranteed in One Coat To

Briggs & Stratton Engine $$5.40 1 $7.29 Quality Complete Line of Colors

i 22" 3 H.P. MOWER $46.95 Reg. $6.45 Gal. REG. $5.75 GAL.

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t Only $ .25
Briggs & Stratton Engine Bike' Tires 5 Also "( ,... i in

9 3'/2 H.P. ,Belt Drive Mower $139.95 LIFE-TIb1E' ALUMINUM Enamel for Aflove Paint

t MEN'S BASEBALL a ., ,, .,. ,
Y Briggs & Stratton Engine Swivel Front Wheels! ; .,,

Bike Tires SHOES - $$7.15 Cooker I & Slillokerd SHERWIN-WILLIAMS[ III Level Exterior Paint



i IN STOCK S Sale I $ ,. GAL. $5.49 '
- -. $29-95 ;." ....."",,'

t See Our Complete Line of iH 1 I'.. !' .!2J .

j GARDEN CARE ZEBCO REEL NO. 33 $19.50 $10.95 REG. $3.75 Sale r

ZEBCO REEL NO. 404 8.50 4.9., BAG CHARCOAL- $2.95

I AND ZEBCO REEL NO. 202 6.50 '3.75 ON

24.95 13.95
23.95 14.95 "'







': 50'%" RUBBER HOSE' At Sale Price of Per Kit 25 REG. $23.95 SALE
- $! See Demonstration or You Won't Believe 19.95:

REG. PRICE $10.98SALE What This Paint Will Pol --

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*" New Courses these courses may obtain more ngr under the Influence of alcohol -I FIRST METIIODIST Y Y IwNIelYML7 fP I FIRST BAPTIST CSUBCII ; D.tst> {Ili O1Vtdlt 1
complete information. forfeited' DEDAN-BAPTIST
,,. <" by call- bond of $52.50. : CHURCH STARKE "STAnn BAPTIST CHURCH J
ins tne Training! Center office, Burnell Dyal, failure to have School, r rN BBOOKEB
Announced I Sunday P Sunday, School, ,:*& a. m. Sunday Botoowl .10 a. m.;
884-6160. vehicle under control and causIng /- 9:45 a. Morning Worship,, Sunday School. 10 a. m.
I : m.i: Moraine Worship at 11: sermon MornliUf Worship BofWc Ii.j ja
OED Tests an accident; fined court 11:00 a. m; Snack Supper for Morning Worship, II .t> m.
"Christ The Only Hope. Training Union e.-jtf
m.i :
Vo-Tech .
By General Educational:! Devo16pment costs of $6.50.La.W1l'ence MYF 8:30: ( p. m.; MYF Meet- Training Union. 6:30 p. mBv 3
Intermediate Sandwich' Sup- Worthlp lf:3
:uJ_' I OED[ ] tests for the B. HOUH. volun- ings 7; Evening Worship, 8. r 8:30 'nln Service ::30.: ReV. p m.: : <'
per : p. m. Training Un
P"'> State ct; Florida HlgOi School tary intoxication sentenced to p. m.
A Methodist Men's Lacy Conway pastor.
lineman's and Cablenmn'sCourse Monday -
five days in jail. Ion 6:15.: Evening Worship, Meotlnar.: .. Wed., '
Equivalency prayer :
Diploma will be
will start at the Brad- Club, 7pm.; Wesleyan Sub- 7J0''
7:30: : sermon "David's Charge .
Joann Stewart, failure to CHURCH O. A. Mettlng!
ford-Union Area Vocational-, given during the week start- District MYF Meeting In Lake I FIRST CHRISTIAN p. m.;
to Solomon. I
en .Technical Center on Tuesday ing June 10 at the Vocational. have vehicle under control'and Butler, 1:30.Tuesday: Monday: Youth Choir, 7 Sunday services: Sunday 7:30: p. nv; Choir RehearsaL
"< May 21, and will continue, Technical Center. All persons causing an accident, fined Wesleyan Ser- School. 8:45: a. m. Morning Wed.. 7:30: P. m.: Brother."
each Tuesday and Thursday Who wish to take the AmerIcan court James costs Jordan of $6.50., vice Guild with Installationof p.Wednesday m. Prayer MeetIng Worship. 10:45 a. m. Evening hood nectbur. last Monday
carrying a
Q 'n1Qht. History and GovernmentTests concealed weapon sentenced to Officers, 7:30: p. m. 7:30: p. m. Church Choir Service. 6:30: p. m. Midweek In each month. ,HAT. David:
.According+ to Director Ted should complete .them Wednesday, Prayer Meet- service Wednesday 7:15: P- MMelros, ice.
a fine of $252.60 or 30 daysIn Practice 6:30.Thursday: I ITHANK
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bglesby:) the course Is designed by May 31.MAYORS Jail. Ing and Bible Study 8 p. m. Weekday BibleClass m. Charles Reese, minister.

bo prepare for employmentwith James Charles McCourt: Thursday Chancel Choir 10 a. m. Visitation. 7
power companies, and.to COURTSeven driving: without license, fined Rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. p. m.
provide those presently employed court costs of $6.50. Friday Junior Choir Re- r I
,* with ,the opportunityof cases faced Mayor. hearsal, 3 p. m. lsR CHURCH OF GOD I For Your
supplemental training.rr 'Carl] Hunt in; Starka: Mayor's I MADISON STREET ST. MARK'S 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. YOU
,j1- Classes are now being planned Court: Tuesday night. May 14. BAPTIST CHURCH EPISCOPAL CUURCII FSU Housing ScholarshipThree Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship -I
for adults in Welding and They were: 19 Sunday Ham. and
Sunday May Eucharist 2nd, 4th Services and Support
=: ralao Appliance Servicing, Ogle Russell Thoma, failure to School. 9:45: a. m. Morning and Holy 5th Sundays 8-a. m. Bradford High St-liool seniors. have won housing. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meettn nfidence
- "- by said, and will begin in the have! vehicle under control. and Worship. 11 a. m.Youth Choir Church School Each Sunday scholarships to Florida State University by virtue of theirJrI'IIdes Friday. 7:30: p m.-Rev. :Jj. S.1
t ii ear future. causing an accident:, placed on Practice, 4:30: p. m. Youth 9:4S: a. m. on the Senior Placement Tent and other academic Williams, pastor.
probation for 80
| Anyone Interested In ol f J days. Fellowship Supper, 5:46: and qualification
any: Holy Eucharist 1st In
I Lee Tetatone, drlv- Training Union, 6:15.: WMU 3rd Sundays; Morning Prayer Above the three winner, from the left, are Paul Mclmd.llurold I I will continue serving you, as

Prayer Circle, 7:15.: Evening 2nd and 4th Sundays; lit Bowen, and Gary Hamilton. Shown with them as they TYPEWRITERS: Manual or. to the best of ability
Electric. For sale or rent.Bradford the past,
Worship. 7:30.: any and Ante-Communion, 6th are presented. certificates last week are Guidance Counselor
I Wed.. May 22 Prayer. Sunday; 11 a. m. Della RoHenberff and Principal Jim Temple. McLeod cored County Telegraph. I for the betterment and continued
FLORIDA Meeting, 7:30: 'p. m. Business
THEATRE Meeting 8. Church Choir. RULED LEGAL PADS 464 of a pOHHlble 4119 on the placement' toot Hamilton 473' ,and I progress of ALL Bradford County.It .
Practice, 8:30.: I Steno. Notebooks. Order Book Bowen 442.Awarded. Need more pull?
i Thurs., May 23Sunbeams etc. Bradford County Telegraph. by the Southern Scholarship and. Research 1
il 8h wthn -Weekdays 7:00Sunday: 3:00 and OA meetings. I Founilatlon, Inc the scholarships are valued at |27' ? per has been a pleasure to serve as
Saturday 1:00: quarted and entitle the recipient to live In a cooperative living
: and I
: ; house at FSU It may be continued until the recipient your County Commissioner
J him earned a degree all'to'feel' free to call on
: FRIDAY SATURDAY. MAY 17 18 I want you

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.oIAMiES_ .4 NR" overwhelming victory as your, I sincerely appreciate the
outstanding support of my
County Commissioner District friends in the First .
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aiur I am grateful for the opportunity -
: "Ir---Ir-Iranrm. '" TECHNICOLOR* Small Enough To Know You '
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R Bradford County for four

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I V'DD'C 1 Sincerely, FOR Holliday

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TBLJIC DAZ MAY'10. t98t; MCAUMMU m1TNTY-U' 'nR.4PR. STARim. PLOItDJ" _..-..:.:-$ea! "hvn I-i\ r.. Pgg4.Three" I
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Scrimmage; Game 'to- twtp "us ..rind"the"1'IXIt'> tmm .TewpoMUTiy. 'Twai 1 H!tl1J promaang-' newcomer at. pId'( Neal Mra. Louise Broxton, Mrs.Bertis way Mra. Pearl Pickering! ;, Mrs Clerk: Mra. Linda 7Ta Andrew. J
C. Roblnaon, Betty Rpgl..t..r.Pr..lnct Inspector' Mra. A **rta P.
combinations. with a bead Inury); Charles;: and tackile. President's Physical Precinct. No. B-Seaboard. National Wo' 11A RowellTarwlllettar Jonea, Mra.. Loon Dlfif, Mra.
Friday Night Hurae handed out special Smith, an all-conference tackle In the backfield. department .Guard. Armony (Old) Motor. (Ford) Eunice Parried. ,I
1 pralae for a poIup'ol bay he who returns this year at J38 Hume was high on Veteran Starke Starke 11/1. 1
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Clerk A
tempha: U ('I.'k: Mra Jean Prevatt
during the aecond feels are beginning to form a 'lba.; Scottt 'Smith at we k. quarterback Bill BeltfU Who Inapertora' : Mra l'rrorau; Inenectorvi i Mrs I. ul. .e Tenly .
and third weeks of BH3 spring good nucleus for 'next year' Bid* tackle; Tom Siland. a Just joined practice on a full Fitness Team don. Mra Katie Maude Stokes Mrs Ethel HoUx.n<1ort. Mra. SERVICE scmcAcx.sST. .
football pnotlee has shifted Mr. Eloise Jaclceon :\1. F. Ha ten. UUCB.
to following the wind- EDWARD'S UI
varsity play. i tackle up from the JV squad; time basis "' Precinct No I e Key.l> ne Precinct No. I3B -. Graham -
defensive! drils with most: ...1|I They *' .* 3s: Tex ''Fatrtdtat : : Torti BlacKshear. ab center; up of the track '.ea on. Houthalde Elementary, School '' BrouHtiton'a( Store, Graham. Starke toSt:

the 24} hour daily 'esalr''being -'I, tight end and defeftadv: BIB Stfby1' at ceMer; John To- 'Belote has stepped right 8t"Clerk, X K HAmmond. Clerk Inspectors: Charles. : Mra.. U. MoMurtry Bonnie Lee Sunday Mass: 9:15: Aim.Thursday .
der .id to the: fun<1I1'nI I at' I In: there this week" said Iluise, s n.."",tora.. Mr John Simp- MoKkinev, .).Jr. Franco Crew., Mvw, iWjp.: m.
:IIIs! of blacking and tack.I MnebackM" Darafle Elder! at' rod cqtiter: ; veteran guardsltal3 "and HU passing and speed ll Tje 4X 't o.., .r f 1 don, Mra. Alice Anderson, Mra.FlotFMce .\1... Tltelma llroughton Mlraculoua Medal .Jgovena:
h and Steve Crawford ; .
''both tight and 'split end1'1tB;' worgan ,eltjlft ; "Iynn.I'r..lnct Precinct No. 14 Sumpnon

)Ing"Wei.: .tui 1DD..ng. boys I Murphy 1 at' *]>Ht end, ;' 'Jimmy' Christy' ;)Mike(chandler Rhoden, at a guard tough' ; ''I look At better fullback than?, Gene ever. Melvin +r l l' 4S j "1!b, tv ::4'. i ir b''t' Community Douse No. lit., -TheremmClerkt "."hpreaaii, KateStrutha'laon Street Starke, Realdence DnnabvInapertora Jtad- Saturday 7 p.: m.5 9. nx.iand wConleaslona T
Telnple'Lt'dbrensre End: .Allen battling '+ r' Mra. Ruth Urirfla Cleric' : Mra Frances
Willie are
around to different tadrie'a'nd' ft Wcon> r at middle guard; InapectoraMra, Mottle, !Sib- : Mrs Oract Jordan; 1
Crawford do- p.m.T.
positions at 'P
"oe for a startling. '"'berth ., rlfFn4r ley, M... Jerry Koilutt, Mra. :\1... Ulllle Ann Johns, Mrs. :Margaret WTLtJAM'S pBC1L
and Green another highly
AI4 bead coach David Hurge tenslve Mid t ltItitvif0t: d has'\ with other Improving daily. "" Mm Mayme. W Adams. L. PrevattPrerlnct / Keystone Helgfhts. .." i
---- ---- ------ Precinct No. .Hampton City
I Honiue: Gr'. gs converted : Hall, Hampton I Brooker Community No. ISA Brooker House, Sunday Mass: 7:30: :;, a., m.

from pUt end to running CUrkl I W H. Maxwell I Biooker. and ::00 a. m. i
back has been! impressive in Tnnpeotora! Mr.. Clarice Ad-
Clerk: Mr. Then Dya.1 .
Thanks A Million drills to date. Newcomer Adrian Uln.. Mra I.IHlun Hall, Mrx. Inspectors: Mra Yvonne rem-: Wednesday: Mass and Novena
Belle. Brown. erv, /Mra. Mandy 'Lewis. Mr.. 7, p. m.
Brown and Dale Johns a
13 Lincoln City Alma I.ula Hparka.l'recln .
Precinct No. : I -ST. MARTS CHUBCH.Macclerrny. .
regular on laftt year's' JV Btarke Public Library. Htarke t No 16B New River
For The t l s I W Clerk: Mrs Ethel Him Ice Moody'a Horn.*, New I ,1eundar
Opportunity! squad competition are also at prov.ldlngtough the run- 1'asy"el( h & + h t Inspeotor.. Mrs; Nihm2"'I:: I Hlver ...-. Mass: ll:39: .;:a. m.

back Ltlon. ----"
ning poII e H ,
Bil Adam na* been given'
the tar at Clankler
edge so
Words cannot express my confidence le back' with' Keith iPatray. and
of Bradford County, for the vote of you f' Bentfle right behind.'

have given me. I've often heard that "a picture is worth Last year's JV quarterback, r

a thousand words," therefore, Twill. strive to present a i picture of my Mike' Norman. has improved : .

gratitude in my actions as a representative! on your Hoard of County steadily at the signal-calling, Member. of 'the President's Physical Fitness Team from
Commissioners. post, and has'also shown promise .ThE.
'\. ; t ., at comer back. Starke Elementary are ((1-r) Jimmy Gtany. Selma l)empa

To those fine people wh* worked eo hard ''aM'8 6ke BO many kind 'Offensive! drills this spring Marian Dowlhig. and Harriet FaulHnfr. Facts will receive a POWER : .

words in my behalf, I realize Twuld not have keen-successful. without i have keyed on the passing certificate signed by PreSldentLyndon, B. Johnson. ,

your help and will do everything in my power to merit your unselfish game' and according to Hure, To make the'' team tile youth :must score In the 85th '
confidence. the passing attack will be ''a percentile' on''seven exrrrlHeu. The event. and present record' -OF -

?.1 ftj 0' u ,I"" .,It t definite! p.rong point In the. ,holder are the 50-yard dash John Clemona., 6.9 and Selma ,

To those of you who sappoHed **? ''toppaneMtj\ t hold no animosity.You BHS offenee next fan. Dempit 6.6;: '600-yard rank I John Clemonv! 1:41: and SelinuDernpn PURPOSEFUL.SAVING f" '
have exercised "freedom'of' Choice" and I 'never let A brie icruomage: session ; : :"
your pray you ; 13tt Shuttle rum Charles Green 9.2 and NancyPrevatt

anyone take that freedom from you.. For the next four years I will represent la night ched at ile 6:30.: for; and this all Friday of'(.be 10.0;;' Pull-upst''John: demon. 12, and"the flexed! d. I r ,. .- .. : ;

you as Impartially as any of my strongest supporters. 48 rm"%..ttny" grid hopeful ana luwid: for girls\. ) Nancy"Prevatt 1:230; Softball throw: ; ', .l r ';.'

will see action In a pair of Inc Jimmy CT "y, 1114...", and Brenda Thampklns. J01..."' standIng r- l + .
It Is my earnest desire that all the citizens and political leaders'now :'.
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tersquad gaju. on the final broad ump: James !IChnndler, 7 ft., and Linda( Sellers, 6-6Vi. '"'
work together for the benefit and of Bradford '
economy well-being I 'r of : ;
two "iday rights: practice '- "'-" ( t ;
County. May 21 and 31. I ": t >' 'Mf', ,.fr f\ : .J ;

Again, in all 'humbleness, I say, "Thank You." I ,'. save for a car... ; t4 r .. :if *

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or el!.h1o.-For sale or .. ; a > '.. t. I I

RALPH BRYAN rent. Aa(,..abft'aet. credit balwoe. \ r" .

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la hereby given that I.I I.
I the 13th day of June, 11188 belt Innlnv I I, J ...
at IX noon. at communitycenter. ; I "' '}: .
.i Town of Brooker. County yl1'i' IJ I V !I'' \ 4",Y'.I' ..
,'. I of Bradford, !State; of Florida i ,t \a house I --'i'-'T--f ''
tax sale. certiricatea will be Bold '
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on the fujowlng described land ,
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of. ; .t" to pay the amount. due for taxea v .. '. -,\.'.. .,. )J .
I herein .Met opposite the ...same x .
I together with all coats of such i savo .for. whatever. : :
,3n'Igi' .Male. and all advprtlalng.I :i : ',Ioo.-j.
R 1. 8, 9, 10 of Blk a InWard ;
p I City. 'Member of the SE boys Gold Seal team (those finishing .
want at
A.18.20SWW F.. MiDavId. Brooker Fla. the seven events In the 80th percentile or above) 'are (I-r): you > _

of NW"4 Sea 17 Range Pint row Jimmy Glwy." Charles Green, Donald Nettles L
roil Township 78
4if A. F1 McDuvIO, Brooker. Fla. Paul Hutchlnw. and Steve Thomas. .
1214,45' Second row \\ttde Garrett 'George Prevatt, Buddy Nor
Lot. 1 A I of Blk 4 of Corl-
Iota SID Unit 1 rls, John \\lndhtun and Dana. Padgett. yoMe.r .

; ?. { Now Bohr. Rex Rotary Spirit buplicator4i' AuvuHt. Metalre C Marrero, LA. 70002.fOil HarrlmrRd f 370 Third row James Chandler, Jury Thomas, John Clement it. S vi gs'arid'

I (SEAL: Tommy) EJ. Cox and Glva Hampton. VRllear

Town Clerk
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4t 6-6 J ASSOCIATION .."QE. .- ST1KE .

In cu..... .linl.e.. Cnnrt. tm AMA 218 N. Temple Ave.v Phone 964.5000 .
leer flr..m...-.. _M.nty Florida,
In ref Hatate. nr John Thomas
I Quigley d,ot eamilNOTUB .
To All Peraoiia mterented In
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The Estate Of Said Deiedent:
I You are. hereby notified thata
written Inittrunient purporting
tobe the laat will and teHta.
ment of said decedent hue bran l
admitted to probate In
open for businax < onrt Von are hereby ",thl.1, >r
dea wtfhln nix calendar month
from the date of the: first pub'llcatlon
of this notke to appearIn I
thus court and show cause, I It
-- any you oan why the action ot I
Who' say en fnci -opncofor' Available this oourt. In kdmlttlnir aalil will
hoi fn both ,hand, and to probate should. not atand un ,
to be an ..vesare?Not Bohn. electric models from "revoked ,
$215 yOn
The 'front ona bock troy of the First publication bn May 18th
C Te
A D. 1988
R-ll I Spirit Duplicator close Info T. A. YAWN t

o handsome, compact,dusiproof Per a free trial com In, Florida County. Judge, Bradford County,

ghee .._ phone. or..esnd Ihli coup!H THOMAS A PIERCB the SK girls' Gold Seal team are, H-r) I

In performance, the R-ll I hob! '" '201-205 Htarke: North Fla. Temple Avenue First rows Owen Lowery; Shlela Dobbs. Gurotha Morris\ ,

ffwchantcal) features that make 6/18 4t 8-6 Silvia Hampton l> bra Scott; and Joyce Lalne. NEWB Jll i1fjip

for clean, quick, lrexpen.lv ElectricCopies. In ('and<, Judge's (burl. In A.d Second row: Selma DcmpH JoAnn "aU. Debra Vlrkery
Patented wick distributes for llradford Coulifr. Klorltlrt.. 'Debbie Mitchell. Nancy Prevatt Katrlna Coleman.
In reI> Katate of John ThomaaQulxley .. .
fluid where needed no flooding deceased. Third row: Pam Bayburn Harriet Faulkner Irene Seller, -_ I

An automatic master clamp $ 50 NOTICE creditors! TO enmr of :the>lTORSAJ1 estate of Marian Dowling Cindy McLend and Durlene !Carter.. .- ..

it os to Insert John Ttinmu m Qul,.ley M.waned ,
easy a master
:;: ; ; -ot1'r--.r-; end r.ulretto
2 9"9'maket are herwhy
unit tn t'its Bohn Duplicator/ as file any claim. or demand
to feed a sheet of Into which they may" have against Precinct No. 2--Kolly Recreation Mr. Krnoetlne Underbill.
paper a said estate In the office of the Hull lyawtev, t'reclnitNo. I'leaannt Grove
typewriter. Only one control County Judge of Bradford County Clerk Mr, Haa Jon.. Bradford IIlull School Auditorium -
knob Florida, In the courthomw atStarke lnsi">p<.ti.>ra: Mm Pauline Smith atarke
runs the
machine. No Hand Model- : Florida within six' calendar Mr. Berne. Fayiion, Jim Craw- Clerk Mr.. Nlta. McRaeInnpectora .
complication.. months from the date of tord. : Mra Sally Crawford
the first publication ot this no precinct No. Bradford .Co. Mm Kiln. Mae, Chaataln' ,
tice. Each claim or demand Fair Hlilic Btarke Mra. Nick Crosby,
$ 00 must be In writing and must ClerkJ. I. Gentry IInHuei Precinct No. 6 Vanderbilt
prate the place or'r_ld..nc 215 and poat office address of the tar, Mra. Hhnllle HallOerlH. From Buck Normunw, BaylamiIlllfhway
claimant and muat he sworn to MrK KlMln: Norman stork. .
by the claimant his agent, or Pre Inot No. 4- Legion HullIradfnrcl Clerk' : Mra Vernon Retldleh.Jnapeelure .
his attorney or It wll become rf>. Maintenance Barn : Mra Doris 1'L: Norman
void according to law. Iturke. West cm Weldon to Mra Tallinn A. Conner
May 7, A. D. 188. Grand Right on Grand One Half !MTH A. II. Whlteheid,
Wilbur A. HcottFxecutor : Block on Right.' Precinct No 7 Kenn ItJ Hlllwh
of the Katate. of John Plprk: Irmeph A. Olany.Inirpectorn Hchixil"' Htarke -
Thomaa: Quigley': deceased Mr.. Myrtle W. Clerk: William I,. HollitndInHpectorn I -
First publication on May 18- Joi)?*,. Jlra Mary M! N .
201-205 North Tempi Avenue
Btarke. Fla. L )
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The TELEGRAPH Is Proud To An- \., :\ ">JI. > 'XIIPFC'ro.'I OF("I.F.RK" j, Rex-Rotary Quality Means i: ,

The Board of County Comml-" Simplicity =
New Complete 'l sinners! of Bradford County, e bsftmtItlmsa gd ltslie*
l ; The
flounce A Dealership Florida. have elected the following Cleanliness Sis
; an the I'olllna" Place., b0ladp6tl

Line of BORN REX ROTARY Second Clerks And Primary Inapectera Flection:. for to the beheld PrWah Mena t. tlltlaoatcd .d!melt fIo1t011caRialrltMlialil

on Tuesday, May 28. 1989 All Models Use Printers Pafli

Duplicator And: Mimeograph\ I Hall Precinct Lawtey No, 1- lawtey City < Ink Won't Leak or Run. =

Spirit j TnxpectoraMra Clerk Mr.*. Doyle. Jewell Starling-' Roberta, IIaARtkatl Mob i

Mra Russell Bedding;, Mra. Alma .
Machines And Supplies. We Service I Thompaon. I sI


Them Too. Wi't 1 I
Serwlco starved?

I would like to express my sincere appreciation I Il'

r rfREE to the people of Bradford- The TELEGRAPH Proud To Announcel '

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DEMONSTRATION -- Come I .T.I'tere' a County for the nice vote you gave met A New \B
; The Line of
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i Dealership( Complete
$TA I e[)
In Call.Bradford i ? in the First Primary, and to all those ) \
or I "' 'o:1IeP.: \ ,
Bohn Rex ; And Mimeograph
'R.o ".rySprt Duplicator ]
who actively .worked for me in my behalf -
If s free and plentiful with

,?, any of fuels and lubricants.our full line I am indeed grateful. Machines And Supplies.! :.*.. ': 1


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46 Attend'DCT need of young people to give ; :
'Hitch In New Education it a new life blood" Shaw IF WE DON'T HAVE IT
said. we'll get It for yon. Office
Graduation Gifts BreakfastFortysix "Many now in positions of Supplies Furniture Equip
Bullington's 4 leadership. many times don't ment. Bradford County
I' "'S Improvement Plan Solved Bradford. High move as :fast as they could" Telegraph.
HALLMARK GRADUATION CARDS DCT students a idi, their em- he added.
ployers attended the organi
But the lawmaker and attorney -
A hitch developed this week plies $10 for each of, 4,000 for maintenance of the class- zation's annual breakfast ataye maintained there is a I THE BRADFORD
Movie Cameras Diamond Crown Taper In the new $352,000 educational students. room equipment such as t t the Holiday Inn Wednesday< great potential. yet unrealized I COUNTY TELEGRAPH
,Recorders improvement fund Instructional equipment] will recorders, projectors, and du morning. May 15. in North Florida and "it Published every 'Thursday:
Jewelry Bradford school personnel are take another $74,500 at the pllcatlng machines.! The youngsters then left fora be realized[ ] unless you at 138 W. Call St.,
CTR-3000 relying so heavily upon ,to rate of $10 for, each of 2,200 In addition to all that 15 day's swimming and fun at people come back, and young I Stance, Fla. 82091
fiB g. $49.95 raise the quality of Instruction elementary students:! and $26 new teachers will be hired a t Crystal Lake. .people you know how to "
,i.: e. : Now $39.95 upi next year, but it is all for each of, 1,800 secondary approximately $8,000 each to Rep. Shaw told the students a living" I Second class postage"paid, .
l Ironed) out now. i students. reduction of the pupil-teacher the DCT program offers an Claiming "a great affinity, at Starke, lea.Subecriptfon.Rates
homestead Stainless The State Department, 'of There Is $1 .OOD.a1tocated ratio. "excellent chance for young for this county" Shaw offeredhis / :
x Instamabc 68 Pieces Education turned thumbs people who normally would assistance: to-the 'students. In '''trad area::' -$4.00 per
$32.50 up down on $127.500 In the Brad- not to meet businessmen. It DCT esldent Wilbur Wa. year; ,$2.25: six months
2 Sets Only ford proposal which was to reduce pints them In a position where
Land Cameras Seta pupil-teacher ratio here they must think." ters presented Instructors Bill I Outsldel:trade area! : 94.50
Wedding Reg. $25,00i Wendell Kelly
= I Costello and
tol-to-30. But Supt. Casey t The state House member per year; $2.50 nix month;
with : of the year.
i Polaroid Yz Off Now $19.95 got and everything staff juggled back figures In under and urged the students to learn .. mcmen' 11:. L. Matthews editor and
and to
how to earn a living j
e No. 250 .2,10 230 different. titles.Reduction publisher
Ladies Diamond stay in Bradford:! County MAGIC MARKER! all col-j
220.210 : of pupilteacherratio "Bradford: County is in real on.-At The Telegraph. I'
s SPECIAL I is one of the main Items .
i t Polaroid Necklace $9.95 up the county's school teachersare +r'' i fr 1' _1'j... ... j.. .. ., "L.'".''_ ,,;. .q ,''"- ,,'. -.. .r...-.p.c ",."'.,. ,'". .. .,..e-, .1. .. .. ......,... .. .. ;...
1-3% Discount Men's Diamond requesting funds.from the Improvement ) "4"'JCl Y ." ',; M.; )
Swinger M'c
i Gent's 'T. Taca $1 1.5 0 ups Casey kept the Item In 'by
using federal funds':!: for ,that tats tit
Camera Outfit $13.30 up Dome reduction while switching' the t' F ;

I Ansco Ladies Fancy Rings Diamond Rings hiring aides and of clerical non-Instructional assistance; '
Into, the Improvement .funds
$5.50 up "
i Cadet No, 11 Reg. $19.95 which must be approved by .' .t.", IflA'tI,
Ladies Cultured Now $9.95 the State Department of EdU- V 51"

$7.95 up Pearl Rings cation.Including federal assistancethe e, a.. \'"J.f'i'-' '' ;''iI,;> 'I ., :\ ) :

i $9.97 up One Group Whiting actual Improvement funds .1. a"Wildcat" :,:" ''..> '' .

: Radio.Ladles Wallets & Davis for next year will total $448- !{I'ffl : \ :
i Transistor Jewelry I %' Price 225 of which $352.000 is expected Opens Tonight '; ..,;:,; : ." :1to
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S.PR'I.\aI'lG' .
Values To <
$7.50 ;
: Channelmaster $95,625 from the federal goV- 'ORlchard Williams' sombrero offers shelter from the nun P; r

i Now $295 Norltake China ernment. for four member. of the cast of "Wildcat." the Broadway J'<. J l;
: $1095 up 45 Pieces $59.95 Casey's latest expenditure musical which' will be presented Thursday' Friday, and Satur- '
: Men'sI Sheet for Improvements, his day nights '1>y student talent In, the BUS auditorium. With .. \ > ;

fourth revision. Includes $103.- William. from left,,. are: Paul,McLeod, Kathy Frees who has "'I c \11
Lighters Tie Tacs $1.50 up Bibles $2.95 423 for staff development.That ;.' '
up the title role, and Karen Vatz., Curtain .time Is 8 pan. ,, :c ,
I Ie 1.0. Bracelets $4,50 up includes in-service trainIng > JI t .
r $3.50 up Cuff .Sets $3.50. up $10.00 and up FREE for 80 teachers at $700 ... ', <.< .\1
Personalized Gold each this summer; $5,000 for ,i: Go! !
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Special I I Group special $100 day !COnsult- IMBi'rvi: ?> v
per & 1
Electric \ !*v* ** **
: l\len's Jewelry ants, and $38,923 to hire three MtAaAwJS .wak*(*, .. >. ap acw r .L4 + 6..u" ru ac
I Shavers $1.00 curriculum coordinators next I" J y. .
up Glassware twin.. .;

i $12.95 up Charms. & Bracelets $1.00 up structional.The hiring. [para of-;36 professional non-in-- i ', : / / ..' .'/ljipyllillillillillillilYr" ;' ;' ,, ;: ',";\..

I' $1.00 Graduation ]] personnel will take an- '; '\; ; '
t Uk Solid Gold Post up Napkins Cups, Plates, other 124877. They will be i IISrI;' ;' 1111J; 1; i i'i6iA'1n9t'' AN G w *j
Pierced Graduation Table Covers, Station. hired for the full school yearof 6jj'mUS1
200 days at $2 per hour and i\\ OTHER ,

Earrings Portraits ery, Thank You Notes will act, clerical as permanent personnel.substitutes will- ,. ; 'H t OR ONE OF HUNDS TRANSISTORPRIZES. :=i }'

I $1.00 up Photo Frames Clocks $6.95 up assist teachers in the classroom ''C PORTABLE CARVING''' KNIVES, :\ ,f,
and handle other non- l' ELECTRIC PAINT. ;? }
$2.00 Gold Crest academic \ '" FREE ,
up supervisory! jobs. '... WATCHES' f
Timex Watches Binoculars Another $40,000 will go for To friends who worked "'"<:, <:.:=- -;.. WRIST DO IS ,-' !!'1, i".
so '
class room materials and sup- my many >;;; ALLYOUG I.., ..., "
Photo Albums Reg. $39.95 hard for during recent LOCAL' :
$9.95 me : my campaign 'Hecess)
.. r= $2.25 up Now29.95 UP I Iwant to say ,"thank you." ,if, DEPOSIT'THIS COUPON STORE ( :purchase :
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Your :kindness and thoughtfulnesswill r CARTER .------- t
or electric for' sale or' '.3f MARY AddresS -

SHOP BULLINGTON'S' FIRST I ance.rent.-Add Bradford subtract County credit Tele-bal always be remembered. To my !'1>'1 >- Name- Phone-_ '

r PHONE 9647271I graph. .a.opponent........ I offer-my-congratulations. '. : City ---- where prohibited; ;; -;;. tprtpwl: :AuslpdAu!'.. :.1 t ?. f.. .1
,A void In plates by July : q', ,, ,, 'l'11}!ll g"
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Sincerely' ', marl by \,,/.,''II'II; : '
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Allis -. y, _. .. ...: L.hY,'.... ,I If you're buying: a O.NE
double car, we can help you
I save real I money.
i :Maybe $100. Maybe
more. Here's how:
.. _: break EXTRACOST
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." a low cost car loan
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Compliments of Bradford MotelCompliments Compliments of Protane Corp. Keystone
Community State Bank P. D. Reddish -,.
of Kern's Shell Service
! Southern Discount CompanyJ. K. G. Duncan Standard Oil Eleanor Kelly L:;3',u'- Keystone
R. Kelly Noegels Auto Sales Leila's Dress & Gift Shop Keystone Mill Works Inc.
".p*y;?,,',:.' Keystone
Stan's Western Auto Store
.' 101 B-Call Bootery- Starke Sinclair Refining Co. Carl Minx, Mgr. .:. ,'. Henderson's j Service Center
Woodrow L. ThomasJ. .. Keystone

City Starke Barber, Fla.Shop E. Hardy, Auto Sales Starke Hardware .-- ....... .--_- Congratulations To:

Loudon's Beauty Shop ,... Starke For the Shrine Fine Club
H. H. 'Houston Gulf Service Merritt H. Williams '''y -- .' Work They Are Doing

Lawton's Service Station Nancy's Flowers Goodman Compliments Service of Station .J?r: Clay Electric

1 mi.'S.. 301, Starke, Fla. Compliments of ;'. Compliments of
Kentucky Fried Chickenof Bradford County Telegraph Andrews Drug Store
Hurst Shell Service Starke
Compliments of Merrill. Edwards, City Clerk
Atkinson's Pecan Shop Florida Bank at Starke Slade Gas '
'**" John A. Torode _
Stuckey's Harold C. Wall AgencyV0' Shell Distributor
Priest Service Center
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D. Odom, Jr. United Farm AgencyEddie Jerome Johns Oil Co.
Dixie Motel & Viola Allen
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Coleman's Cabinet Shop Eagles Department A. R. Johnson & Son Grocery, Meats. Feed & Seed, Gas & Oil
Feed, Seed & Fert. Ph. 964-2182 Starke
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Carter's Radio & T. V. Service 812 S. Cherry St., Starke 812 S. Cherry St., Starke

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Bradford Furniture Corp. Keystone Ilgts. Keystone Ilgts.Compliments .

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Lawtey, D. L. Shuford, Mgr. of
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B. "Red" Alvarez .. Roy W. TyreCompliments
Badcock Furniture & Appl. Service Station Bullington's Studio of of
DeWitt C. Jones
Noegel's 301 Restaurant Trail Motel & Restaurant
Starke Natural Gas
William's Jewelry
Town Finance Sleepy Hollow Motel Compliments of :
Ford Compliments of
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Jackson's "66" Ser. Sta. Brown Standard Service of
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Bill Powell Ins.Jo
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Lou MotelCompliments Wells Electric
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The election foul-up in Clay those who have reason,,to know Ralph Jerome Parley, By PAUL C. FORAKER
County has demonstrated clearly that the chances of such*a'fluka ; Leonard (Barnes, N. L. ;
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Adam An- Editor. Information[ services J
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that voting machines are just as are considerably less/ in radford> (,1J '
James Gadson Orlffls.
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susceptible to human error as the County, where machines are not 4 Robert Sapp. Collins Today's ALCO-TOPICS will ions; or it could be delirium

hand-counting system perhapseven in use. ..,, p.l rr Raymond Thomas consist of a questlon-and- tremens, a serious condition
more' so. Another; argument of those ,JlvhO%' *1 : r? r Mj d d' C Cr and Simon David Brls- answer session.If which sometimes results In
This is i r's you have questions regarding death. FARP's Avon Park
-an important thing to advocate..yoking machines is that',. + 4 r e pyyi .
know lor voting machines are they are much faster in returning'the : alcoholism or Its Center administers various

often represented as being "infal- count.on !election night. This;;,:';.';' ? ,: I1 Corley Johns. described how like treatment answered which, please you would send drugs symptoms to combat and to withdrawal keep theseat
.]ible," and perhaps the machine might .be**true in the so-called:" "c1 L" and his crew grew grass on them to Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation a minimum
''"would be if like all shoulders of the high-ways.\,
machineryit "big" counties of the State, but Program's Infor-
Question How can family!
were not subject to occasion- apparently not in those the size men were clearing a. ten- mation Services, Box 1147
five miles east of members help an alcoholic be-
:;'W breakdowns and malfunctions. of Bjradfprd'and Clay. Avon Park, Fla., 33325. .
+ 44 ,. on Road 261 in order come :aware of his problem?
=+ :!.F But aside from the machine ita""xaelf ASa; matter of record, the o ww q. '. x41 0 get muck to spread on the We will try to answer the Answer First suggestionis

there is the human element count in Clay, where just over tf\ : : r r : "j" ?' 1 1.r Mr. Johns said. "We questions to the best ,of our for families to join an Al-
=a 4b; consider and the human ele- 5,000 votes were cast, was in and -:- put three Inches of day ability, either by return mall Anon group as soon as pos
airient, with its likelihood of error totaled by 10 o'clock on election two Inches of muck, then or via this column, as you sug- sible. This is a organization of.
present in the operation of night, with the use of machines. sod and then about a gest. non-drinkers who have close
a, ':r"Vbting" machines, just as it is in THe count "in Bradford, where more of muck." All Question alcoholic-M an a rehabilitated ?- ties with an alcoholic. Its
: ever drink\ again
,tl l he hand-count method being used ,more than 4,000 voted ws. ..wcom.., hand, labor! Answer No he cannot. purpose Is to help families of
otD Bradford County. pleted, by ]10X5.: Clay County did Whether it's a ,body chemical alcoholics to adjust to the
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j = That. is! apparently what hap- the job'slightly faster,, with r *a.r aR i The the federal Farm government Security reaction whether it.s'more alcoholic and his problems.
Literature Is also availablefor
pened in Clay County. No one has slightly larger number of voters, d was offering a. psychological thing we're families of alcoholics to
charged anyone with conspiracyor } but the difference of half an houror ,. 'a, buy dairy; cows and heifers! ) not sure. But one 'drink Is help them become better, In:'
fraud, but the fact remains so in the matter of completingthe 1c.-- ',' J t p save them from slaughter; usually all !lit akes to send the formed on the problem.

that in one precinct alone, five total vote does not. warrant, the beef market. The price rehabilitated alcoholic off on Families should Inquire Into

registered Republicans and one an expenditure; ,of:,20 to.30 thpus--; \ beef; was high and many a abstinence binge reminiscent days. The of success-his pre- the various modalities of
registered Independent, voted the! and dollars by Bradford County at dairy cows were being fully rehabilitated alcoholic treatment In their area to be
Democratic ticket. thus cutting down on the ready when the opportunity
error was i this time. realizes and admits that he ;
apparently made when a poll I Incidentally, we are still proud available to'could the cannot ever touch another presents itself to offer these
worker perhaps in rush ina of Bradford cent Dairymen possibilities to the alcoholic.
a or i County's 75 per drink.
moment of distraction, accident- votas/: compared with Clay, N N4 n bw Eggs through could the be same sold agency.att the QuestionWhy does FARP. Families should suggest
r treatment to alcoholic
ally gave a Democratic I.U. (iden- which voted only about 50 per rt- -- 4, _- Farmers' Market to the specify a 28-day treatment whether the the suggestion toe;

tification) card to a member of cent of its strength, and many "In Union There Is StrengthFARMER'S Food: Dlstribut- period at !its Avon Park Cen- with or without pressure

a" s.the wrong party, who then presented other counties of the State, some Administration. The price ter? would depend on, the indivi-
: ?/ :it to the attendant on the! of which} like Dade, turned out a from 25 to 34 cents ac- Answer Mainly because dual alcoholic. For some alcoholics -

voting machine and was allowedto i measley) 30 per cent. to size and grade. The their most employees firms are a likely month's to sick give pressure :would only;

cast a Democratic ballot. The fact that our heavy vote DIARYmower would buy any amount leave, but not much more than result in more drinking; for
Ordinarily we would expect that. here was completed so accurately one dozen to a for hundred use this. Thus 28 days is the ]longest others, however a little pres-

;:: the person receiving the wron g, and so rapidly is a tribute as The Starke and Bradford fixed so .it is the. The armed eggs were;forces and reasonable time most pa sure might be necessary in
I.D. card would call it to the attention ;- stated before to our efficient Chapters of Future Farmers" of class running shape, The Army was also In tients are able to stay at the order to get action.
of the poll worker, but i it t election officials. As long as they America put on quite a< show trouble is with the market for strawberries Center, and treatment Is
is a fact that some people wh) continue to function in this manU for their parents and guests at and apparently his cabbage at the time. geared, to this fact. Jerry Witcher

are registered Republicans .l ner, and until the county shows the annual awards banquet la fouled, his Question Does FARP take Services Held
do not understand that they cannot imore rapid growth in its voting last Thursday night. They clogged and he could Progress In Bradford Coun only "early" alcoholics?
cross party lines in the primary registration, we can see no real staged a barbecue dinner, entertained change of oil, as he was demonstrated by the Answer By "early" alcoholics Here ThursdayJerry
and think entitledto 1 with a string band up with the machine.Maybe Telephone Company. we trust you mean
they need for machines.
; and quartet, and listed accomplishments additional switch- alcoholics In the early stagesof Witcher, 72, of Law
vote for the Democratic nom, When and if the time comes ; made during the doctors an was Installed.A the disease. FARP; would tey, died Monday in the Vet-
jnees. They are apparently not that they seem to warrant the expense past year. Everybody had a the same service that year ago H. A. Bishop naturally rather try to treat erans Hospital at Lake City
aware that party lines can be i and accompanying foul-ups fine time. repair shops do: a of the company, applied and alcoholic who had not as 'after'an extended Illness. He
crossed only in the General Elec- that are bound to come, we'll be By Sam McGarvey and complete a "common battery". type yet hit rock bottom, providedthe was a native of Florida, born
tion. w for them. Until then no. Near the close of the program for :people at a < system. After many alcoholic was convinced .of May 12, 1896, and had lived
Be-that: as it may, we are told 1 one of the boys brought a garden, or who has plantedone of say $12.98. Of of patient waiting the his problem. This Is the same In the Starke area for many:
down the house when he tolda in' the past, knows how that price you pment arrived. but before principle as the physician uses years. He was a Baptist anda
: funny story on County Agent Installed the War when he hopes to get to the veteran of World War I.
frustrating it Is to try to keep any new parts could be
. A Little Matter Of Bonds George Huggins. According to pests from taking over. as a heart or kidney, Board ordered that cancer patient before the pa- Surviving are two daughters.
the joke George was supposedto anything would be be shipped to Panama City. tient's' case becomes terminal.Of Mrs. Sue W. Thomas, Lawtey:

Apparently, the role of the "big, opponent, James West. be shaving in his bathroom The lawn mowing season is that would help keep replacement, was (promised course, there the parallel. -
ends because there is always
silen type" was just too much In Bradford's analysis the reason his face covered with back'again and Sam is busy frame going and in January. but when It did< 'j ;
lather, when ,one of his sons decided hope for the alcoholic regard- Witcher Starke; a half brother
to Mr.
trying keep up with the working order. come. Bishop
for Governor Kirk so he broke for Kirk's attack on Chiles is asked him what he had on his grass and weeds. He had the order another board of the less of the stage of his disease. William! Hill; and a half
out 4 4JL.print.again, the other day, a little matter' of bonds. It seems face and George replied. old type. FAR will take problem sister Mrs. Acton, .HoweU,
awarding Senator 'Lawton Chiles "that t the Lakeland; senator was one Beauty cream..:' The boy regarded "It will relieve the conges( drinkers In any stage of their both of Miami. Also survivingare
of Polk County the title of "worst of the chief fighters of former George doubtfully, during the rush hours" Illness. seven grandchildren.!
senator" which he has reservedon Gov. Burns' $300 million road bond then said, "Well, either you're said. There Is a limited Question What are the Funeral services were heldat
other occasions for Verle Popeof issue, and is still opposed to bonding using the wrong stuff, or NEWS And NOTES w If'C. of wire and other war- most common types of with- 10 a. m. Thursday in Jones
St. Augustine. generally. you're not using it the right materials and when drawal symptoms for alcoholic Memorial Chapel with Rev. E.

Making such unwarranted Kirk wants bond issues road way." e S For Today's Homemaker government needs such patients? C Harvey officiating. Inter-
Answer-It might be just a ment In Dyal Cemetery
charges in Sen. Chiles' home district and what-have-you in tho clvillnns must wait.
"hangover," by
Strawberry farmers have By :Martha Sue McCain accompanied under the direction of DeWitt
was considered not only an worst way, according to Bradford. started cutting up their berry in Service headaches, nausea, weakness, C. Jones Funeral Home. Pall-
With Our Boys
example of bad judgment, but also And a significant fact is that the patches thus ending one of County Extension ] and restlessness: It might bearers were members of
of extremely poor taste. law firm of a certain fellow named the. worst season in a long, Home Economics Agent [ Three: more Starke boys consist of the "shake It American Legion Post 56.

According to political writers, Richard .M. Nixon is handling long time. However, there are are now in the Navy sta might be epileptic-like convul-
Sen. Chiles has a reputation Florida's"bond issues now. More still some berries around, and : at. Bainbridge, Md.,
amonjr fellow legislators as a good politics with Florida's millions, it they are good now, for as MODERN BLEACHES FOR in the dryer or from, a few davs home with
law-maker and one who does not would seem; everyone knows the May berries JET-AGE FABRICSToday's of an Iron. families. They were Wal

Side roughshod over personal feelwangs. Sen. Chiles is no foe of good are 'the. best. of the year. have kept pace modern with bleaches,today'svariety Always Hou read much the bleach label King< Harold Johnson and

i ijjj5 roads, but is an avowed enemy of One in fabrics. low M''Call.:
remarkable ,
thing about manufacturers'
F. H. Long had four
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According to columnist Duane ill-conceived unwarranted bond r
,or the season Is that at no time One bleach monopersul- for use of any kind of In service. Lt. Co!. Thom-
** adford, this latest' outburst issues. Thus, he gets the knife.If did we> have a really bad fate-Is safe for all fibers, Please contact our Tdfalr Long stationed at
SEfcould-be: : attributed to the fact the Governor wants to win freeze In which the temper- finishes and colors. It gives you would like a Bennlng. Oa.; Pvt. Comer
:hat; Kirk): was on the political trail friends'and influence people, he ature went down In the good results regardless of the "Home Freezing of Lon, with the Engineers'
SSagain" nd wanted in his own should go back to reopening "teens." But we had, a long, water temperature, and helps Vegetables." It Is free at Cpm'O Shelby.
:jvayZ.. to help Chiles' llepublican lemonade,'stands. cold spring.;, drought, some remove oily soil from nylon.' asking. .; Pvt. Alan Long with
.1 disease in: the plantings, and Another is a "preventive"bleach Ordnance Battalion at
E _: _ -- Just about anything you can that Is, It should be Howze. Texas; and Pvt.
II Firm Hand Needed At Our colleges name with the result that Used regularly to be effective. N. Long with the
production Sodium perborate bleach is
C was severely cur- 25 Years Battalion, at
tailed. safe on colorfast fabrics. It
We ;Continue to read with dismay There should never be any brightens colors and improves swift Texas.
of. the riotous activities of doubt, even at institutions on suchan But whiteness This type comes in By Alice \ Joe Ricks A-S. Bainbridge,

college? students across our land adult level as colleges, of whois the one drought good appears thing Is to that be premeasured packages in pow- ..", was. Mr.home find visiting Mrs. J. his D. By Lynn; Hamilton, of Southern Marino

and aEroad. Things have gone too in charge. Especially/ when a coming to a close. So far we dered form.Perhaps kS-: Another Ricks' son'''.
far when classes are disrupted by "crisis" occurs the college presi- haven't had the heavy rains best known is liquid went A Red Cross drive Jesse Ricks was stationed RULES OF ROAD operator's right has the rightof
of students dent and hi. staff should makeit chlorine bleach which is effective "over the top" INSURE BOATING SAFETY
groups "protesting" ; they had downstate but there of 1943 with Camo Shelby, Miss. way. If. necessary, the op-
a 'word much overworked these clear the limit to which it will are signs that a change in the when used with white 6000. a Claude Ely Durham son of Traffic regulations have erator is required to slow
i liar by anybody who thinks he allow "protests" to go. weather Is coming, and whenit and colorfast cottons and lin and. Mrs. O D. Durham of been adopted to make automo down, stop or reverse his craftto
happens and ens. It Is also safe on polyesters Chairman Nat bile travel as safe and enjoy-
hais a gripe. No doubt some are We admire Columbia's Dr. we get almost recently graduated comply with regulations.
legitimate\ but it is difficult to Grayson Kirk who finally calledin daily!showers, we'll have more acrylics, and white ny- pointed out that Aviation Machinist's able as! possible. The same Is [41] Boats leaving slips,
water lon. It should not be used on had come from the true of boating. Rules of the
around: than we know School at the Naval Air wharves and piers have no
;o how all could be. police to disperse rioters. Perhaps -
see and
the small
what to do with. following, or damage results Jacksonville. road have been established to rights until they In
are open
For every student who would ] he should have acted sooner. wol, acetate, silk or most county and that Insure maximum safety afloat, water. Proceed with caution.
disrupt classes, stage sit-ins, or We also believe college students We had a fine turnout at resin:'treated materials. Always no local wealthy CARD OF THANKS and, when correctly! followed [15] With only one exception,
tear up"college buildings and of- should be allowed to protest. But the polls In the first primary dilute it, and don't use at all or businesses to wish to express our sin- they even add to the fun of a sailboat has the right-of-
fices there are still, we believe, they should do it peaceably and In Bradford County and our if the water contains Iron. sums. About a and heartfelt thanks to boating. way over power craft. The
ten students who would like to be within the limitations of the oper- local races are settled, with A dry "chlorine-type" bleachIn contributions came relatives and friends for The Evtnrude News Service only exception is the unlikely
working.., in a constructive man- ation of the univeristy. Legitimate the exception' the school powder or tablet form releases slightly more $50 kind expressions! of sym- has prepared the following review situation of a sailboat passing
demands should be met and dealt board contest which will be Its active ingredientsmore the rest of the shown during the Ill- for both newcomers and a power craft.
ner.A determined In the "run-off.: "" slowly than the liquid from small dear' veteran skippers. You should [6
major conservative magazine, with on an 'adult level. and., death of our ] Fishing boats whether
t.S. News & World Report term But college officials should However, over ,Jri Clay ''County type does. Use It only on those Helping Chairman A special thanks to' also check additional! local re anchored or underway with
pre- fabrics that berg were C. H.
they have! a first-class can stand a chlo- : gulations. "
hassleon nets
Elder lines
doctors and nurses. or trawls out, have
ed the recent crisis at Columbia vail when it down to the
comes rine bleach. chairman for
their hands in a commis- business ; M. Yarbrough and Elder [11] When two boats ap- the right of way.
University in New York City "a bare bones of any serious disagreement sion race ostensibly ttled Bleaches are more effective Joe Wilson, special '! : Eddy. The family of' proach head on, each skipper [71] Many day to day boating -
crucial test over the issue of The alternative would by one vote; plus! the conten: ,4ri t.he"wash water than when D. P. Carpenter, Amanda Burney. steers to the right or star- situations do not come
'who's in charge' at American col- be chao: tion that one ,or more Republicans used separately They tend to district. Majors board and the boats pass port under wrbtten regulations. The
leges." .: voted in the Democraticraces. break Up dirt by a chemical Carpenter's direction side to port side. answer then is simple common
In that mixup, 118'the action, and make it easier to Mrs. Glen Duke, Mrs. A. MACHINES Man- [21] When one boat is overtaking sense and boating courtesy.
saying! !goes, ".the fat Is in ,the ,remove. kins, Mrs. N. or el'.ctrlo. For sale: or, another, it must keep Just remember one thing:
Lesson In DeterminationAs Fabric Mrs. Alice Anderson clear of the slower
II fire"S brighteners presentIn Adf, subtract, credit bal- boat. Would you like it If the other
SS all leading washday detergents contributions at the .- Bradford County Tele- [31] Similar to automobile boatmen were doing the same
luck would have it, Bradford out their organization. They haveno Alice is trying to raise a few and soaps do not become fice. regulations, the person to the thing?
County launched its Strawberry intention of giving it up. In tomato plants and Is meeting entirely effective if a chlorine Principal Foster Shi
with trouble In the form of a bleach is added at the start of with the assistance of
Cooperative in the worst season fact, they have been meeting reg- varmint.which Is chewing off wash. They need 3 to 5 min teachers, collected. OR1D4
that growers have experiencedhere ularly and have already'made plants as fast as she seta them utes to promote brighteningby school. <, The Bradford County Telegraph
in more than half a century.It plans for necessary changes and out. With all the vegetation their action on the fabric. In Reno Mrs. Mallie p ESTABLISHED
might be expected that this possible expansion of their ''activi around now you'd think that Add liquid chlorine bleach, was chairman. 1879

would be enough to discourage the ties next season. These plans will varmint could find somethingmore therefore, about 5 minutes Those In charge of EMEMeER L. MATTHEWS' Editor and PublisherFlorida's
hardy group of growers who be announced. later, when final- palatable than a' plant after the suds have had time the small towns and o y
which had a distinct odor and to act. Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published
banded together last fall and cause were: Heilbronn ( Contlnously
them to drop the organization.But ized.The 'fact that all but one ,of the nourishing.which certainly! coat be'very Bleaches work best In water. W. H. Smith; Brooker rgrr19a1!, Under The Same Masthead.

such is not the case. Quite original members are still with the of at least 140 degrees of a and Mrs Eugene Long;
somewhat alkaline nature, and ham, Mrs. C. B.
the contrary.In organization speaks well for the Alice tried ohlordane, then to which detergent has been Mrs. Ruth Frasier; Published each Thursday and entered< as Second Class Matter at the Post Office
spite of the disappointmentsof determination and fortitude of put some moth balls n around added. Detergents protect fab- Mr. and Mrs. Hal. : at Starke.: Florida under Act of March 3rd 1879. ..
this season, the co-op members this group. t the plants{? ad finally has rics by a buffetlngs action. At Hampton, Mrs. O. P.
still feel that they fared better We wish them! well. fenced\ in the place, hoping to least two rinses should follow worth; New River Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $4.00; 6 months, $2.50
thah i they would have done with salvage what she can from, the bleach because any left in Johns; Theressa, Outside trade area: 1 year, $5.00; 6 months. 12.75

41 her eJKorts. Anyone, who baa the fabric may cause yellowing\ Hagan; and Highland, '.


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MAY 18. 1968

6/9 21 G-tC which they may have anulnstnuiil claimant, his. agent or his sttornvy.
Name Total :M U McMIIIInn H rHuJIv
and I As provided by Chapter 20728, paid before the 7th of June .. .. octal.. In the .trlc. of the or It will beoo-me void
11'1 TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF haG bean filed against you: will I bn, .." Helm Cl ruK .72: Page Cafe I 47
serve a Acts. of 1941, notice In given thattangible )) 1968 warrant 4I. In the 1'nnutr. CnnrtUt : I County Judge of Bradford County. according to law
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL you are required to A'I I FlBli.. & Meal Mkt. J4 64Cltlos A 'I' Puul K > .
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BHAU- copy of :your wrlt'en def.neeA.If .. pur".1. property thulelll tllrrctliiK tangible. the .levy l ".. ...... City Service Mtatlon S.IIS ...xtr Hitnntt, t 5.6\1\ llrniir,' ..nl Conulr. Flurlilil, Florida, In the Courthouse \\Ils.n H rnrltnnWII'JON
the xelaure "f ,
FunD COUNTY. any to It Scrug. taxeii siwesiied for the year 1HOT Shell. Service Station IS \uBlniilulr la Prubr.0.: at Starke Florida within nix H TAHLTONAttmmlHtrator (
Civil Arlfon No. M>a ':of SChuaOS,0A8Rl1l c ATOMCIINSON. are now llwiufnt. and. beginning Property of ,the tux payers and additional "l- Cohen Dept. Stoi'e, Inc. 7620 I-Iel'v. Station Obi Ill a.uKutate, of J. P. Tarl- ulunilnr, months from the, tint of the Estate of
KATHRYN MORROW HUDSON. Drawer "C", April 1, 1H6H such taxes unpaid Race penaltlea of dpI I (lay's Home" Appllatii-n! litl DO Htuik, llantwain TSHlnike ton, 'Deaulerd.NUTI'l4 publication of thin notloe. Bach J I. V1 Tarlto-n deceased.KuRenn .
At. of oneper..nt contn The liiimeii ... rf (OR flJTH'I" HUJ claim demand moat be tnwrltlntr F. Shaw
Plaintiff, Qalneavllle, Florida 82(101( are drawing' Internet tax Gulf S rvlc )Stutlim 8.113 li-" Plant SI TOl or !
the Plaintiff and' to month plus proportionate 1 1l llnquent perwmal property .. 424Muille All creditors ot the eHtate of and must state the KrUKMK' : f. .SHAW
-T.DEAN : por f the A. n. Johnnon ft: Son Ornn 10 7S l I1 II Thom 1
.. amount /> .
the .
K. HUDSON irr.neJ.of':original; with the Cl rk cost of publlHhlnK l tile y arerauxex and IJ. WlUlanin 1.21 J. P. TARr-TON ileuetuiuil. are of reHldnnre nnd (opt of- 142 What Call Street
.dvertl.lnit FmnlxhliiK
the ooze of EOI'1)t. &: > f lhcuas .
t'.nda.nt.: Including J ,
of the above-styled court on or notice. unh HH the amounts sot areas Kit .10111 Merrill", l!lwanl. Tux' Colleclf herohv notifti and "r,4ulred| l ''u ndilrens of the rlalmnnt Rlarkx FlnildaAttoiney
NOTICE) OF" NCI'T01'DeG before the Doth day of May.A. opposite each name below are and tile penalties II. A.. I.HWHon 19.76 City of Starke Florida. file any claims or deirmmla and. must be sworn to by the for AdtnlntHtrator
: K. HUDSON JR.. D. 186: otherwise: : a Judgment : : 4/25 4t 5-16
may be entered against -
"-0 D. K. HudaooLockington you for the relief demanded In

Land the complaint. and the ... .. .._.. .. ....... ... :-, .,. _-
Chattanooga. T.nne.eeeTOU WITNESS my hand 4 ... .;.. :; :.. :: .u-- :-, -,."'. ... ;.,:tr--"'
; \ :
ARE HEREBY NOTI- neal of .ald court on the 18th c -'. '.,. .- .", ...,_. "J'o"0, ';. .. .0. f is3r*
FIElD> that an action for divorce day of April A. D. 1985. .r.: I ;
As. Clerk of nald Court .v
By: Beulah M. .Moody _. -a '
STflRKEBUSINESS( I -25 An U 6.16NOTrCn Deputy Clerk

tm hereby given that
the undersigned. under the provisions
DIRECTORYAUTO of Si-otlon 86509 Florida
Statute.. 1965 will registerwith .
the Clerk or the Circuit
Court. In and for Bradford
County, Florida upon re..lpttr SLICED
of of puhlloRtlon of this
:., the ri'-tltlmm name of I
which; we nre enplaned In luminous -
at P. O. Box 91 Hampton,
Gilbert S. Brown FIrt
Qenrg-e Davie. 532 Yucatan I-iTYT-1 1
Standard Oil Service Station Drive terest, : Paul Orlando.! Crawford Fla. (holt and, In T
ATLAS R Crawford., Box 73. Lawtey
TIRES & BATTERIES Fla. (half Int..n.DRt..d .
this 9th day of :May. A.
Budget Terms Road Service p. 1968 nt Starke Bradford
, Phone 9A4-7071' County. Florida. K
g/fl ft 11-30
I 407 N. Temple Stark -.
; TAXES _1I ;; __
j :
SIGNS. aU kinds. :Metal or
Service StationOa Cardboard The Telegraph.IF i /
Oils Imbrication
we'll H for Office
Goodyear. ROAD Tires SERVICE&: Batfcarlc Supplies.get Furniture you., Equip- U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHUCK i

ment. Bradford County USDA PINEAPPLE
Ml and 100 Starke
Telegraph. I (CHOICE) RGAS T
100 COUNT. : ,


\ en quality ell youhed shields 48 e 79c. CRUSHED20oz 2/:29: "

Come See Us! to know I LO CANS
fulfil toot iHunttr mu urvioir, li,rII about 4..f.
th If ill QUiHJITI Hlttn Itrsvr/ : ,

;'i "" We make loan for t [
any pur

t t pose. SAVE UP TO 40 SLICED rINO1RaArllottR. BEEF LIVER.......................&1 39* FROZEN fOODS 's:: YOUR CHOICE I IIMIT-I DITIRCINT WITH
$25 to $600DO 5.00 OR MOil ORDIR


-Too many payments GROU N D : SAVI 10. Lt-SUCID :

,' to make i AMERICAN CHEESE........................u 69* BEANS : i :.;.:
k < -Too many bills to : SAVI/ 35'1 SPill : Ii !

pII-Too many taxei B i SOFT' OLEO.................................. 3 &IS $1 1 Oflftr POLY 3/$1 "i:.:' GIANT 4 8

coming due fF :: SAVI/ U
r RQHGE\ J U I CE...............................qR ART 25# FAIR FROZENDAISY t -
Let Us 5 fOOD
Help Your Money olive lot, u Mno .

Problems : CHEESE.......................................LR 69* WAF F LIS : GIANT

226 N.TOWN Temple FINANCE Phone CO 964-7449 9 :: SAY FISH 104-HI AT'N STICKS.IAT .IAlII......................:............um 49* 5orSA : 9.41i. :i FYN E- 38

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Stanley Blacker Coat PURE
Arrow Dreoe Shirt!
Fin Selection of Used Oar _
Puritan Sweater
'2001 Taken N.W.On 13th Cftdlllao- Ph.Trade S78-S301 Peter Jacket [S i- -I
0 Ladles Sportswear t
488S 7I LARDi __
CRANE 2 Stores IS W. University POTATOES
UNJXL1't'-MERC17B1: !' and Gainesville Mall '
Authorized Sales A: Service ;: s, T
2201 N. Male Ph. 372-437 / 1I i
MOBILE HOMES E:3upfaaat.: 0

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MG Austin Beale MUSTANG I Wurt&

606 E Phone University.372-4251 Oalnwvlll Mobile Homes, Inc.Oaavwe'a II BAG MISS f .

Beauty Academy Discount! Mobil Momonoiit
Home Brie Lot.

Beauty Bonus ? \
Academy As low as $100 down. _? ..
Learn a ProfeMlon In Tour 4820 N.W. ISth 378-1346& VEGETABLES
Time. Full Part Time :
Bper or ;
219 N.W. 10th 878-2768
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ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Office Hancock Equipment OfficeEquipment :i PUSS BXTHA l.gJli: { :: .i: SWEET B U NS 'I i PEAS, LIMAS/ ,

Motor Repair Co.I i MERCHAKT CJRa!!!STAMPS i j : FOOD FAIR REAl APPLESAUCE : w... K. CORn OR 5/$1

Of GalD vine, Inc. 1 Itee HICII 13oi CAN) 79 c: :
Smith-Corona Auth. Dealer mE LOAF CAKE..12OZ39 AYE 20<
Rep&lr1ng-Rewln New and Used O&r7V1ctorTotaDlaAddJng !] 1. :1111* III** ): :I : SUCCOTASH
*flw Mel f >*! (I
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Equipment I B238 N. :Main Ph. 376-554' V: : : YOUR CHOICE?' IIM1T'! COFFEE WITH 5-w
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Santa Fe Tractor, y T'..- :: r\ :

Farm, USED Tractor EQUIPMENT A Implement Liddell Paint & :'fresh: J CELERYWOODBURY j COFFEE

4483 NW. 6th ::"'6-2548 '

GARDEN SUPPLIES Glaa" *.Mirror Sliding Door- :
Tub EDdo Ufte-ShowN Doon FANCY CRISP : Ali ifTTT'8./

Johnson SEEDSPLANTSIa.ecUcldceset Complete&Fans Ldne of-, Inc. Furniture Wlndows-Awnlnc Tops-Windows' ICEBURG' i III' BODY i---: MAXWELL HOUSE (:

118 N. W. 16th 372-8191

We Rent Tertlllzer Spreader
234 N."'. 8th Ph. 872-0476 .

LADIES WEAR I National Sewing loot BOTTLE lfv' =-

Cherry'sCalnerrtUe' Machine Co., Inc. ", i j icomij. 48e

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"1 I'IECTION' 2-PAC.K': FOVrt imDFoitr nnnvnrf' TlLiti'ORAPIITIAR! ] I. ruoxaut" ___ THURSDAY MAY II, 18118! ,

'. Juhn Sidowskl and caught 14 brush pile is a popular and! tive. not too deep- six Inches Is f or similar tnateriala. I Description Amount'

VOICE of bass. John Roberts and Mr.I very productive pastime. Now 1 Teasing a drydroopinghedge plenty deep. I Before putting the media into of TaxqLand
tIeSPORTShtAN/ Owner and"Cot
Miles of Jacksonville, spent Is the time when the specs I with a dust settling When planning the outUnjj box be atir' that Jit Is sterile See. Twp.B e Ae

Friday night at the lodge, and start moving out from the' dole of water Is not preventing medium.; remember to vet : sterilize the media M, the -

caught 7 bass Saturday morn- beds and::! out to the brush' trouble, but merely post some gravel to use in the bottom oven bee.tIDg.lllt about' 250 1484-Lot 7 of Blk

Ing. Betty reports lots of busi- piles where they feed and nest poning It. of the cutting box. The degrees for one-foalf hour to 13' Lawtey E of Johnnie F..wler 661
'K q yMike ness on the weekend, and Brush piles can be made by It is agreed that miserly application gravel will Insure adequate one hour R71508One Lot 100 ,

I everyone was catching some cutting bushes such as myrtle will keep the water drainage. Newly purchased peat and Ft H A W By

Chilly fish and tying them, together and bill low and the hedge leavesas Many media can be Used vermiculite should be sterile, SW 374 Cor Ft NS of Lot 17 In

Phone 4752171HI Father Uncle Alfred, and I anchoring them out in the green and as crisp as the such as sand, a SO-SO mixture: but before It Is re-used, however -- Ex S 137 Ft In ,. Joseph dumber. I."

went fishing Saturday, we lake. The more brush, the dollar bills you save. But stingy of sand and. peat vermiculite. It should,, be sterilized. Lawtey E of SW Ry

--.----- ---* I caught 8 bass and nearly : more fish you will have watering during droughts 1510 Cur-Com of Lot at 17 &

therel! olo fishing bud- pretty good weekend. Alan drowned In ,the hard. 'hitting around the pile. For Instance brings roots within the top I NOTICE 0V TAX BAUD Run 160 N Ft 304 For Ft A E

dies how arc they treating and Roy Griffin caught ''6 rain. Griffins have .several piles, Inch of the soil. Later on, your FOB Then Run N
Mrs Bobby Shipman of some of them are 25 to 30 plants may die because of Notice la hereby {riven that on the Slat day of May, 846 Ft K J'100 Ft S
yoU lately The news is out' "ht'lkmckcl's i from the beds 346 Ft W 100 Ft
Shlpman's Camp l west shore( feet square. shallow loots, and you'll pay of Bradford State ot OTorlda! tax
that, the shelltrackers were Saturday evening. Sunday, Mr 1963 at Starke, County To FOB In lw- Mid Stale Homes
Santa reports that the Since the feed on triple the cost water E of Ry ,,
Fei I specs of tey .
you 01
"\ 73
back on the beds::! good Saturday and Mrs. Pete Summeilin and sale certificates will (be sold on the tollotwtog' described' land Inc.
'I perch are on the small fish and minnows that should( have In
speckled used::!, replacing
for one win certainly, family caught 30 ihellcrack- 1535-A-Beg- 200' :B
brush piles now They have is the best bait to use for stunted on dead plants. to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same of NW Cor of Lot
be glad when they decide to ers, Mr. and Mis Bill Julesonof
stay on the beds awhile.Griffin's ( II Jacksonville had around had several nice[ catches of them. However they may be If rain is Inadequate to together with all coots of such sale and all advertising W 20, 200'E 200', N, 100'8 100'To.Bcff ,.

I perch caught on worms and many "make the' moisture meet" In E
40: and Alan and Glen Griffin '
Lodge reported Mrs. W. J. Chandler 1."
for on the large caught on week Description Amount; of of nR
caught 31 Roy guided Fishing specs specs are every or ten days, then
-- --- small baby: sh.ners. There are soak the roots with water from of Taxes 1533-Lot 2A Ex W

several ways to fish for specs the hose.'You must'soak the Land Sec Twp.BCe Ac Owner and Costs 55 teyIn E Town of Ry of 'au)' Hundrith '1."

with minnows One of the soil to a depth of S to 6 Inches ism.A-rti'ir at NW

most popular Is a light\ action to do( any real good. 101-All ni ..f N14! nCDr-Lot 35 In N L 130'wtfy of

rod and reel, with a No. 2 Fido'a Tracks of Nlfitt!: W ofBranch 11 ot K R, H BO' To
Jack T. Ptrrtah 1203
U 8 20 25
hook and ai oz. lead with a it is exasperating to find I W 6' 50*.5To
257-SW14\ ot SW4 N
II I split shot different people that a night-prowling pooch I of SVVtt &: 2A POB Mid State Home

I have different preferences In has gambled up and down the I In IIE.: Cor ofHW'i Ino. 61-87
1y of SWli Ex
y T hooks and weights After you full length of a newly planted K/W I 7 BO IZ Southern Oil & 1585-Lot 41. In

have hooked the minnow ,thru flower bed. Since it appears Chemical Go. 728.12 E Town of Ry of Lawtey Ida Rutherford 'I."

\ the eyes or lip lower you hookto that the exhilarating feel ort. 3765% &of NSW::: of otNW ." 15ti8-A-W BO1 of W

: ,the bottom and then take soft earth attracts the mutts, SW',4 4 15 7 10 69 H II Mutt 89.03890NE'4 t> Blk ISO' 44 of Lawtey W'a of E .

about three turns of ,the defend Of BE 1/1 State Homes,
{ up newly dug flower< bed of Ry Mid 68.371571E
6A. Cor of :
Kx: 8 (
handle. Believe me, you'llknow wih something( not so soft. NKVi Of SEt & of t.nt. 44

most of the time when After transplanting' those 8RK of NU'4 & In Lawtey E' .of
83-4 of BW<4 Of T 1 Alderman 6.IL
you have a bite although they dime a piece plants, try )protecting NBV4 & NW'4 Dr Ry '
are sometimes hard to hook. them with lengths of Lytngr El 157*-W 1A of Lot .

If you do not have patienceand thorny rose clippings. Prun- 8at f'b OF Rd 6-A 123.8 48 In Town of Edward Junes 138..'
I & K,< R/W 1* 1 to 71 H H Mott Lawtey E of Ry

good nerves, don't mess ngs from climbing roses are 400-B-Lots 1 & 2 of __ 15TSIjot 45 In
I with them; because you ares' Ideal.Place the stickers where Blk 4 of Corllotta8D 7.44 Ton of Lawtey E .'. Ida Rutherford '.81
llarrero t.
; August C of Ry
II very apt to get hung on the the prowling animal is likely Unit 1 ,
1591-Lot 110 In
II 2.8 of
02-A-Lots 1.
I brush. One way to avoid this I to invade the plant bed. Short Blk CorlottaUnit Bl.h" Town of Lawtc
Is You ,, l Tel D ".10 E of Ry Ex that
I by fishing with a pole. lengths of barbed wire are a Port W of Co Gr

r-, I take a good strong pole, meas- substitute for thorny clippings. 416-i'; l t*>t of In. Lot SB r Kd Running from

"" I ure the line to reach the bot-, Usually the errant dog N-4 Ft 8R 22S to School '.1'
rl"I, .1I ,,\ "" 1 W of Ry 4811 Property K* R-W ..,al) Guy Heudrlth
I tom to the brush pile and smells danger and won't en- K & W By 300 Kt
1621 1 Lot Desn
On N End & 64 Ft >
41 ': '' then raise it about one to two danger his feet or your prized On 8 End : It 7 10 Charily William tl.18 In Deed Bk 52 page *:* ".
\ ,'Ip13' feet. This use no( lead therefore can't be W 23i In Otts S-D
"'I way you plants, you 86-Oom 128' of .,A.' ,- Lot being 100' E A
\ and you always fish at the accused of being cruel to dumb SB Car ..f 8WU ft W Bv 80' N & H
of NWVi On
\ r fy'o o i z same depth so there Is less animals. R/W Hwy 1. In NC Cor of Lot Mid State Investment
.,f 7 III Chance of getting hung. I personally Azaleas Rur. N on H RW33V Corp 13."

lJ i l- i I would much rather :Rooted azalea limbs are like Nly for 807 POB.*', Cont E 1632-W !H4 A of I '

lI ? pi ggqqpp I I v r IL q '''li r I fish with a rod and reel be- most young brides they do n 299' 18:1.8'5': 8. S 11 84 tJi-d Dew SW'NIC'4,. of&0: NWW MR'4\ of of

I 4 cause It Is much more fun in best when separated from W 220.6' To POD 25 ( 21 Morris. Carter 196.83 NE' of SWV4: 24 E 23 19 John\ W Caldwell 31.SI

catching them. their mother's apron strings. ,J2-'1K>4 : 4 1636-SK"i Of SUU IS.t7'
fS:: 31 M ,J B Whltohoad 118.64 of SWV4 24 5 22 10 James Jackson Jr.
29!I 5
h &
7 mi W1i There is no more news this Therefore, Inspect your azaleas 8W14 o
1'Np' 7 I 534-S of NB'4 of 1638-A-"6A In 8W I II
nl N I week people have not been
of 8 -
4 N Nipl now. NE'4 &: SE% of Cor of Efj;:" Vt

J reporting as many catches If you discover a rooted NEVI!:\ A.. 1 A In NE of I SWtd 5ot 815'4Being U i 22 44 Mid Htate 110m",
lately So next time catch the Cor of NW% of Ino. 19.11
you limb cut it loose from<
t I Ii tTBM\ 2101 Bq 83 S 21 61 J B Wiiltclioad 98.43
:, ul ,, k. P t4,1, MI "" ,1'd'L + some, be sure and let me mother plant. Like humansyou've 542-A-Com at Int 1630-1-A; 210' =w1!' I
i: know, Until. next "week of SW Cor o[
see you got to coddle the new of W Line ot SE'" 24 6 aa Modern 1101008
at the brush pile that "i of NE'N Finance Co. 17.1
plant. This means seeing
R.W Line S US

see us for a low-cost Auto LoanIt I II I the furnished newly with dependent plenty plant of food Is W POB or, W R-W 210',160'N 1862-Lot Or Bk 1".3 ::80 In 25 6 21 Mid In.... State Howea, 6.//l)

M9' N
434'. W .

makes good sense to select your financing as carefully as you I a Let's GoGardening and water. 8 19D'IS. 31233930: S'. 1663-Bpg{'or ot SWY Rt .NW otSW' I

When the new plant Is doing 328.02' N "0' to of NW1.
select So before
your car. you buy, see us. With an Auto Loanat I POB 83 6 11 4 & Kathy Run S 100' for
home. iHiiferlvlL
well move it to a new : .
our low bank rates, you'll save Enough to let add FOB, E 75'. 8
money. you an. As you know, it 1$ hard to 548- W%, of NWU 83 6 21 .0 J B Whitehead. (9.40 100', W 76'. N 100'
important accessory or two to that new chariot. keep') two housewives or two 578-SH of Lot 2 orSH to POB 215 6 38 Mid tnc. State Homea, 8/L

I plants happy In the same of 8W% of '
20 Curtis White 1'1.0912tIIW4 1864-1 Lot as Deac
SUM\ DB Bl-78 85 '
'On auto trips be sure to take "the safe money"AMERICAN ; i By Florida Bervey AffricuJtural Sharpe, Editor ExServloa : home. \ of NWtt\ 1 ,621 40 )Ire J E: Thomas Eat 59.40 In Or Bk 14.381: 23 G 23 Mild Stale Homes. 8.81

You should hav: a cutting 62f1-D-I-W! 165" of 186-NI: ot NFJ 14
ten lon box, which can be any con E 3 31.48' Of NB% Sweat 7.44 of SWI' Ex R-W 15 I U 10 Joe Jenkins Bet nn
Willis F.
of Ex N 100 1 6 31
fr 3WU
EXPRESS :t, *,l"" f? tainer -preferably a box 628-D2-A-Com at 166f1-NW\4.of SW' \ Ex of NE'.4 R-W ..

TRAVELERS CHEQUES ':" Watering a hedge Is like fixed to give good drainage. NB Cor o* B% of Lying E of Kinge1.7 .
; D NK'A of NEVi of 25 6 23 4 Willie Strong 1 ....
: spanking a child- you've got Scale the box to fill your SW J W 166.41' Rd

rrci.ptrefund'it'lostorstolen' to do a good job to be effec needs, but be sure that It 4s for POB. 'S" Wi 1678-1 Lot 100' Sq
Spendable everywhere. Cost-only a penny dollar.Member I : 165', N 100' to. /n ronlorOfftJ: '

I FOB 1 4 31 1 Leon Sweat t.18 of of SW'4 25 1\\ 21 1 JoJrlm"nd Johnson
28-D.8-W 165' of It! AI 487
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home J'J] 4l>ff.48' Of NEVi
FLORIDA I of SW'. 1 (21 S Eugene E Norsworthy 9.28 1879-5%hofts NE'ofSE '/ % IG 6 13 6 Areatha Denetleld 1.6"
621-S 784 Ft of
SWU Of 8W t4. 1884-8'4 of SE'4, of 25 G 13 20 Gwr a8trong. Jr 80,871898I7t4
STARKE PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE Lying R of Rd 4 Swv.
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"" .. .. Ex HW & Ex 5-8 "
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p'i' A In NW Cor Dean of SE'4: 211 G 23 6 Laura COY

; .' : _; B.An'IAv. 1 ; ; : ) 1 ,S 1.A: 1 RJCE; : HEIGHTS riIOrTE 473-3176 DB '84-PQ 2956n 1 6 21 1J-0/8 Harold Brjrnlldatin 22.08 lTut'NBy 1 of f 8W
-All WW! of NB !. 'If.Sf
Rental Services ,4 E of SR 225 I' (1 '70 0 R Alvarez, Jr. 13338 ::f"ii: : 21 6 U 1 Frances

A43NU! of NW t4 1743-A-l-A Sri In
Deposit Insurance Corp. of SB'i Ex That of SW'\\4 111.01178tSW'
HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS Port W of Bt Rd :tENo'% of 81514: 28 15 22 1 Eeaw Brll'ht,

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group CRUTCHES 22S 4 8 11 1 Ronald Andrews* Jeanne. 13.23 'It of BFJ'4, of &SW m

681-sw'i of SEU\ 10 0 11 40 Elolc. Lehoulky: 13904 198 Ft or SW'4

i ieA 777-A.-Com Int of of BW'4 of 8EV.Ex 28 6 21 1\1\ Strong
R-W 12ICUSeyy II.D.
W Line of Seo 24
& N RW Line of
41 tt Rd 100, S 75 Dec 1763-B-1 Lot 16' E&Wby100'N&
01' 85 See E) on
Rd 188.8' to FOB 8 In NW Car of
Cant E 210' N 14 NE'. of aWl t4 .t 8,868E.
l 1'e 4 1' I I Deg> 58" K 210' % 2IS G Z3 Billy Demp"

N 78 01" 85'W 1715-A-1.A In 5E:
210 S14&82' Cor of N 200' of
25' W 2101 To FOB 34 f 11 Lee B Luckett 5158 of NE\4\ of
788.4-I..ot 4 of Blk ::it; U 6 22 1 David James .11
9 In Crosby LakeShores
Zella. N. Kredeilgk 4.S3 1791-All\ that Port
4'd 1 / 1 7g8-8-Lot 5 of Blk ,. of NH"i of NU'i'
6 of Crosby Luke Also All That Port
Shores. Atlas MtB\ Co (053) of i: 200 Ft of

Ski 'I 788-8. 7. S-Lots. 6. .. NWVt.. of NE'A'
7 A: 8 or Blk 6 That Lies S of
In Crosby Lake Crawford Rd &:
Shore Herman Nettles 3554 S'4 of SW. of
I 803-B-Par aa Due NW'i' of M5M &
In OR 47-113 18. 21 19.39 Harold Smith 37.08Wlllard N t"'H\i :; f of N W'i"
II "( of Nl'3".
'821.C-13-Lot 13 of &0: /NI'i, of 8N',4>
Hampson: Lake Shores Browning 2.1:13:
ot N'IS". & KlSVt
t 883-3A In SW Cor of NK'i U D. 21 65 Doyle. B! *: In..
? t of NBH\ of NBW .' Stalling 113.601304flLots
&: Beg at NW Cor 12, 13
I of NEVi of NE(4( & W 8-A of Lot. 14
$1 Run S 780' E 880'. Ex Or Rd R-W 29 E 23 28 Glen Gary Bennett 43.IS
N 508.6' to S RWof
JgOT Lot K9 In
a St Till 221 -
au e n; Woodlnwn Kx; Lot1no'
[ ;ti Then SIMv: "II Rd
to Int Wilt KBmlry BW Being 50'W 8048
S3 10 Floyd King
AUTOR125Db5AtEgs Nt" 29 5
d/ '6/ of :Nl"t: of of 813 Cur
j ) ,- l A1ptadpAfl'( NEt N 4J1 la. NE 1807-\-Bg 80' W
.aSrA Cor W 1:18':! '> to Of SIC ('t>r nf Li'"t
FOB Ex I'..r 210' 59, N 100', W 100',
f Sfi on :' on S 100', E 100' to
Ely Bdry'lor NC" POB 28 5 23 Helen Barron (81
t of NEW\ &: S.<.4. of laU-f..ot 10&11'
NEM Rx: R-W Or Rd ft: Lots 23,
Kasement 10 7 21 103 Loulae K Newman 18314 &: EH of Lot 24
881,-SV4 of SEH\ ofNW1.&NE'4ot all Lots 26.27, 3
: ." ".,. s ,. SO Woodlawn 3f S 33 70 Harold K. Norman 430:; .31
IIW\4.: \ 10 7 31 80'kl] C Oval 2JO.28 18J2-rteg at BK Tor
. 877-Com at SW of Lot 88 Run W
rfI Cor of SE'" of 170' :NW 100', NB
NHH! Run K! 100' $I: 100', SW
I Along SIlO Line 100' to FOB 31 5 23 Edward Brown 4.91
5J3 Ft For FOB 184"- -1-A SQ In
Then N 421 Ft, NW Cor of Lot 54
7 K 210 Ft 3 420 In Woodlawn 31 5 22 1 Mining. Services
Kl W 210 Ft To Corp. e .69mo
FOB 12 7 21 M\ E MoClill\ 738
lx>t 21 !In
881A-That Port of 'oodlll"'n 33 5 33 10 Brlnaon. W Savage
alaa4ti14 i1 SW 14 of SWH N all'. 136.tfSI
&: W of St Rd 237 13 7 21 Herman Hartley 8517 1858-of NE'.iot '
893-WV4 of SE',4 U.'l 21 80 .Paul B Arnold 80,48 NSt 4 & K'i'
1081-All SW* E of of NK>'. of NW%
Chrysler Newport now priced about River A All WV4 of NW44\ 6 23 35 David. V. Tyler 61,151883.ABeA'
of NWH E of at SW
J River. & off River!! Cor Lot In Fe..tnvllla -
$3.78 NW4 El ( Run N 105'
a month more than Ford LTD Ex: E! 40-A 11. 23 100 W. H. Edward., Jr. 1S2.43 K 105', S 105', W
1081-NWVi\ :E of 105'; TP POB S3: u 8 Finance Co. Ins ..ItS
River ao 4 23 SO W H Edwards, Jr. 83.40 1847-Lota 10, 11. 13 35X
Chrysler Newport now priced about price low-price car). That little area ) 1180-B-1 Lot as EX R/W 22 15 Scott Strong; Eat. 16.03S
I 'Dean In Bk
\ or 18 S-Ix>t" 15 In
i$3.78 a month more than a Ford LTD now into 18 Ps 377 13 5 23 Rowland Richards 7.44 Pe tnvlll moves you up a big '
1313-Lots 3, 14 In at SW
J'which( is still a Ford, a high-price, low almost shamefully elegant Chrysler- Woodlawn 15 6 23 10 ''Fred T Natho 31.88UiSf'l1nOfH' Car of NEH of

I 10 SV4., N 316' KTH
( price car). Chrysler Newport now priced and that's' an unbeatable deal. Afford a :: 18 6 23 S James S $'app 307 >' to W RWof
i 1301 R1-4 of !! of Rd 200. NLY on
i SV4
about $2.29 a month more than a Chevy Chrysler? The way we're dealing, can. NE'/\ of SEK134J n 6 23 15 Edwin Stalling 40.89B W rant Hdry NIX 161'on POB W

Caprice* (which is still -.-A In NW Bilrv !00' t... Co
a Chevy, a highyou afford to pass it up? -- Cor of Sao! of NE fir Rd Wly along

\ .I.d on Comparison, of .. # H of NW14 In 22 J Wall Jr. 17.22 !SLY Bdry of Or
manufacturers' suggested retail! prices for Chrysler City of Lawtey 23 4 E 200', Sly Par with
'ron' power brake, power steering radio while.de.. tires. wheel Newport Ford LTD and Chevrolet Caprice 2 dr hardtops. comparably .qulp".". With, ::1 speed eutomatletransm 1401-A-N 66.88' of Bdrv B
.qulpment, ae I'nalton' charges, state and local taxes. ,nt, rpd wall.-.ne... and he.n.s COCompa'sons, toes, are based one third down, & monthly pavm...- ..elud",. other optional. Blk 14 In Law- 81)0'Wly' to JOO' 8 4 23 John R Darns. 138.11

i bltt4 7112, 1s tey W of Ry Clifton N. Prevail 71.59 1965-Com at NW .
a, a r ( 1410--N 66.66' of Cor of EH of
\ \ I Half Block 6 In RWU! '\ Run n SOKt
mA Lawtey W of Ry Clifton N. Prevatt I.78 to Rd 200, 3
10-A In Lawtey H )m Ft to POB.
!E'fl.' ur UvI Joyce 0 Spill' l SB.85 Cont S along Rd
;: 417 Ft W 213 Ft.
,I 111-L.' 9. 10,
I I. S. 101 North Starke Gla. -- Chan* 964-6604 II. 14,"01' Blk13 Ft H41 to* POB Pt. Ex R RW 811 I 6 33 3 Joseph H Cumber 101,33Wlmt.l.Jt.uOd
wwt.y B of Hjr Minnie Ma ,Johnson
Said "AI : QQ next PAlO


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""J'mI'lUmAY' MAY II, 10lS( lIRADTRIRD" rnnNTY ftfI1fJR.'PN. R1ARP.:.2 IrAlIeIDti SECTION' 2-1'\OF. FIVE

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Description Amount of of NaxosLand ot Taxes of Taxes

LAWTEY of TaxesLand Sec. Twp. Rge. Ac. Owner and Cimta Lund Seco. T\ttr. Rge \c Owner and Cost! I ot Lnnd S('('. TWII. Rge Ao Owner and, jCoaw J

See. Twp Bee Ao Owner. and Cost -. ,1.3426WU ,

Enza. 2553-Lot 6. 22 atBik Lot 1 :" 4/11/ (I-A-<"'"m At NI _
By Blanchard 2040 c com aw 1 In UiiliuKim, u f 111k o"& S 211''N! r Car or SIVy4 ofNW'4 .
Cor of HVi nf Wl," SID Hubert. 1>e 20.00 .r 'V'Ao ,.f Let ." : or ..\V '% "

.. ..1111 of !SK' Vi of !SB' 14 2551-Lot 6 of Bile tlilt 101. or co::! 'l' ." nun \V 'n N\V Cur

E 210' for FOB. N I In liihiiffan $/!> Add .I t I. lI'Rrmor'lI BUIIII 88.11 \ 10""' W':
WSCS met at Methodist 420' IS 105', 8 43(1'( I Ex R/W Robert, :Lee 0.54Entelle a404-I.nt II ot nile 'I'B

Parsonage Tuesday W 10B1 to FOB 9 8 22 Pioneer Finance Co. 90.31 2357-LotM 9, 18 of !\hln'; L1'&Cal. ; el: IIft'.X HIO'( 1'0 1\11,1 State }fames.
evening of 2080-Com at &.W Rlk 1 In duhagan .- ,i' Dill lolul.1 05.17 POn 10 7 12 Inc 9.2148110'.i "

last week. Mrs Ernest Wells Cor of F: 'Ao of S/D Ailkln Nat 42.27 1489--W' of ,, I'f 140t 148' 5'
and Mrs. Itobert Lee gave the i 8WK of NWVf, 85(10( -Lot 10 & 8V4of 2 of, Block: l1oJ\ : I' r rill> In HW Cor ut
Run N 400'\ IIW aI; NW'4 ofSyr'3 .
devotional 'for' Lot 17 of Blk Inll 00 FI :m 01of
The business session POD, E 200', N 3 In Qahagnn. / S/D Willie art Pn 00.45! )Jy 19llPt N&II. 10 7 U Raymo, Halt 8.21 r

followed and Mrs. Wells loow 200', a 21)1(1) ( -Com 800' E 'e III L T &; Cus Add ]OIne tI' Allen 4H4f-H 100' ot 1 1NSV'4 I
100to FOB Aatrip .
closed ''ldS.80 \ "r AF1q nf ;
the meeting with ; & 30' N "f SW -
: prayer isN &: a .
II489-r""l. 18, ft 14 51014'; + 'Vhl..h
for Arcana. to Rd ID 6 23 John 13 McRne 9.21 SVVV4 Cor of N NW14 100', of H Of IHK/ U4 In L. 1'., I J.i] pr Qo Ur R,1, 18 T n Cluero Coln 91,874900y14,3g f

CHURCH ACTIVITIESGrace 21 IS-E" of1 8W\4 50', R IOC, W BO' a; cut Add LontBr'I, Prcvutt 181.80 ut ilIa Cnrrf
of !'IW'4' &: 8E'4! to POB 22 8 S3 rnired, Stated Shell 3&011-10 1!] HO Ft of 3/ Hrrt Hun N
Sunday of H1V 1W'4: .. ." II lmnos Inn, 71.25 10Ft of Lot 1 *. 217.1V, >' 105'. S '

School 9 ::45. Worship 11 a. m. of J' ':W,4ot NEK!: 20.10-Com at SWCor 8 10 140 Ft of tot) H'' 2'1.5', N, 1115' To
Prayer circle 9 of \ It 0 22 60 W It Dukes 173.00 of N\V" of & IB 116 1 IJ'o N 2 P(1fl 19 T U 1 OlluIYII I Shafer a39:
Monday a. m. 2129-NE14 of N13V4\ SVV'4 ]Hun M 400 : ,. Ft 1 of l.otSof19111 .

First Baptist Sunday of NWV\ 14 6 22 10W II Dukes 1908 Ft. N 2311: Fl. )Mir.ll .. t. < fit .r( lain N.J. Jonas Acl'l. Jloaly' L.. ::1' o .tQr IU.5,1 ,4'!>20-.I.otH 111.11.12. ..
School 9:43: a. m. Worship 11 2134-A NWV\ of Ft.., for POU '. .. nni1,1.IH: ::1' &: 4"nf'i 13, or Itlk I II 19 7 11 niii.ly. Hi'hafer 44,03
a. and N W'4 of SWii: ICs N :2011. 'I. 10 50 I"t. Hll I III 'l'u"'I.lu""',| 493l.i! !) l II I I Hilt
m. 7:30: p. m., Train- H 40' ? 14 123\ 10 Morris Ovfmtri 20.28 S 2110 Ft. W 60 .... Add tr A Lnwljnp' 27188 14 111 (l'lt: of wl'

ing Union 6:30: p. m. Mid- 214.2-2 A In H\V Ft to poi 22 6 2f': '"Ili-re; 0, rill viII 10.11 lil'iaLI.IK 7. .1, 9 Iliimiiton4IIIIIAA, 19 7 S3: (C.lu.1y I Shafer 42.27

week services Wednesday 7:30p. Coof RV4 of 204 -Lot 12 of Blk : 1 >v i.i ,i.r ink! mi In' : -..H (o I II/ ntSW
: SWM of NEV4 BBIlllt 1 In Nut! William. '.. '" 1''IUoId. t'oMnpli' IT A Nola. for" of H1'4 I .
m. 420 Ft 15 & W sIn Ex NW2tB2 \Wllllam Alilrlil" lln 3.78 M Million l Ult.07< of NMM N 4.8' To.) ,

Church of God Sunday by 210 -Ft N &: B: It 0 22 a W :M Harris, 5H.06 ) -Lot 9 of hilt 3751 -Luln' 1, A a 14: ']JtVV or (Ir Hi).

School 10 a. 2145-S'4( of NWU 1 of :Nut;. \VIIIII"u. ; ur Hlk :IH' In J M M: on H H-VV '(111' ;
m.. Worship 11 ; ; '
of SWVi,", of NKV4 8/U llniiHlng' Sorvlnni. John Add lOx W y H 5211': W 450' To .
a. m. and 6:30: p. m. YPE &: 814bfNET44nl"' Corp. 00.09 //ill' of UolH, I &, :a 1'] L tWnton .' -r rMM .11as.. 20 7 SI a OH| C Fornylh 16.311

Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer SB 14 of NV'6 Ex 289-.1\( :;! ((1 of Bile :38IN-I .-Con1 0 ut .'' ,4 "* V '. 49li9' A..Png lit KM
services Par onV Side IB 8 22 8V4 W :M Harris 41.84 2 l Nut VVIIIIumn Cor of $: I'3'4' Nil r' for: \ .ar HWVJ' of ,
Friday 7:30: p. m. S/L "; T.nltle. IIIne Jleynnhln, NI: '4 A Hun W H ii ,HUM.;' W IV NKin1. 1
Highland] Baptist: Sunday 2148-S'/j of HWH Ns 9.88 2116rt/" H iir. Ft" F. 1 H! 75', S 101))' ', ,, I
of SWM of NM'A! ? Jf I Ti I J'' 20 7 I S3! "eI 1 State IIome
School 2072--Com at SW For" A POB Thou'' I .. $ Iv\ .
9:45: a. m.. Worship 11 A: 8V4 of SK'/t of Cur of NVV'4' .of .,' Him W 100 Fl H ,1.>.' d.'1 '.,/ ". hub 1.,, I 104.61
a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Choir .SIC'4 of NWVi 15 6 22 10 Wesley M Luke 20.8H HWW\ Itun 1 K; r.HI !Itlll( "Ft n )K.O. Ft" N '; ,. ;, e49h2N'4! nf. RVV14

Practice 8:30: p. m. Prayer 2148-n 139.B1 of W Ft for !POH, N 200 no I"tV r.o it't "I ", 1 < .MX: :2 A .
409.5' of SH of Ft K 511 Ft H 200Ft. N Ft To) 1'U Ii 89 0 22 11' NI 't'tnl11"(' 14\(1 t; :;," In! N W (:or :MX
services 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. SW '4 of NW Vt Sot : W DO Ft toPOH p;:: u." ft ,J i 'l'hanlu4 ,, ltt..31 .That, tart H of, Co 1
The Robert N. Crawford Co Or Rd 11 8 23 2 John 11 Dnrar 67.81 22 II 22: I.oltl.1 IleynoliN. Hut 30,022077Cin .1l-A--noi 15' w Hit I'uAt 30 7 22 lOt'>> Laura. Alexander 17.8
A II II') N of II I 4'iuv-A' NW'l.f"HVV'l :
nt SWCor ,. -tJom' lit
family have the 2174-B-HPK 1001 N c.fSK
sympathy of of NW '4 of (!or .of WV4NMM ot I II H-I II
their friends In the loss of 'or In of A 2,ATruit SVV"4 & Hun !It: on ; i.r MI-1M!! Q of 'of" KW !14 '
SVVS f \ "
Mr. Crawford who passed NW'4 or NBVi N V, gar 1.1 nt. 7IHI Ft NHVS.,, : h.N 1 I'd'0111' :, W ':' 101111'/ I'.r, "'"Ii, HM -.
for POH. lln-ll, !N Inn 10 "I'n W I-W llwvMi .
away on Saturday May 11. E 100!: 100'. VV to KID1 PUN S 1001, 16 6 22 Thomair. f>1"counCo.. 7.41 silo Ft H IuU I Fl 100) To lto fiinn !1111! ) 0 83 .J .(jQI'lun 1Cuger.. 1I.H; >nv'' ,\1"1 i ( vv '

We are sorry to note that I S .1011 Ft', W 1011 : hat I n of P.Iki'1'l; H-W 1(10'( NVV ToW '
2174-C-Hew 100' W Ft to I'OII 23 8 22 Mary Li.>nnon 17at: 104.84Orhllne 2 111. Hullnr, I 1'n. ."..f I I. t. n, :
Mrs. Frances Eunice is a patient of SM I Cor of A 207'!!-Com nt SW 101-II) fJlnHlr 'Tlmmnt ni.34 N HID'' ') 'I'o. I'DI[ I I501II CO 7 CZ r Petty J Itanfl ll.ft

In St. Vincent Hospital 2A Traft In SW,4of Cor of NVVU orSW' :iiii! :! -HW. 'M of tot II "4'17.1N'u "" 4I1' :
in Jacksonville. I NWVi nf UK I '4 '!/, Itun 10: 4110Ft. Ink iS: Iliinlllnn I.II'"j. / :21 7 aa: I SO! Ilirry fl. 1.IIMM"'r, 84.73'

then, N 1001) W N 2-111: I Ft ,M 1 .." 4, AId JlQ""'jl. W' U'lVmll'i1\ ,.fi.fll 1 -All MVii:t ofHVVM ;
Also regret that Mrs E. J. 100, S 1011', K: 100'To fill I Fl( for I'OH N ",: 4071.-Com( .. lit Nil '! ol NVV'4 ;

Cauley Is in Bradford County Heir 18 6 22 Thomas. Discount C... 8.01 200: Ft'i.NWIi"r.f.I'I"I" I 1, Cor i.r SW >A MIlan Ti111.:. ..-s 9 of HI
2188 201)) as IS S Alma Johnaon
-BOB 20' N of VV IIIIO: Ft : 7 107.09
Hospital] for treatment Int of S Line of to Poll 22 0'' It Smith 8.01 I'mA. I'OH, Hun ilior.o-, / .,411 RW'J'! ofNW't 0

Mrs. Pearl Booker of Deland BK'or NE'A 2087-U '- Com, SW H IIIIO: l-'l To St IMI ( N uf Hv 3
Is visiting her sister Mrs. W H/W or Hwy Car or SW ''i M 1011 I 'l'lol'V" AlonirK I'll H.W fl Itx 11"IH *,
301 for FOR Rim HI! .4V. N IIH.7.1', / W In 14 Hi'O. \ '. I" Clly ur :

Oeorge Roberts this week. Nly along VV H/W Coin N 9a.70'1: / Linn N 104'\. Heil 'linrnpUin! all 7 I S3! < IW Ilpy Wllllnmion 10.4*

Mrs. Bill Goolsby and sons 2U4.6' W Pur to 'Cill.fifi'; Ii., HUH |It Line, K To t'OHMX r 16111Ii. I AWII or ,
S Lln nf III':Por 7ft', H 1"1.10'V: ; 'It-VV *
; NWV, Nor Hy |It:ixP
attended the Mothers Day services N |I.:; <4 :155'' Sly 7.V. N 9.1: :75' (loPOH lii'Hi! or U'I'II'III.'t; 21! 0 23 ..6 ]l.'imena'':' \ TtiuunrU 3.08I .W MX W 403'h11C5II ,, : .

at Long Branch Churchon 2110' Ely 201 .7' 38I.B5 220 22 Cnnrlln' /$S I rnt.tftfla 33.44 41 I Illl---Cum, NW 1, lntNM: Car, '
to POll Kx H/W 16 8 23 S Milton n Curler 2SII8I5r.O1 IfrV Cor of *HVV'/i' uf .. '
Sunday. Itilow 9q. 2') 7 S3 11 WIL'y, Wllllamiion, 10.50
2204-Com lit SK 4r.ii1 ir, :N 113.7' i.f. 1410: '1\\ s aa'i For Oimi'Tli.Port' of 00
Mrs. Leslie Prevatt and ('ol. of SW '1P4 of H urn: 41 jor- old POH s 1611'V : I M % of ,I'1uINep4 ,

family spent Sunday, In Jacksonville SW'/i of SKU &: 1.1 wt'y ltd I Iii IBS1 prill T.vlnir InV nl'" M.JI/[
run W 195' for HVVVJ of. SVVVJ'\ 61- \ fort: i.f WW',4or \ Tluit, J..a. M i.r' Nt
visiting Mr. and Mrs. POH N ((1601, W2U01 2011 23 6 S3 61.1111.!I SMVI 21 0 23 .Il1mn" W Tliomim'" ,8I>.8H Pil. .'121 At I IloIII it Hol '

Noah Yarbrough and Mr. and S 8110'. M 2001 I 1 Maet.n.l"/ / 41.77 4170-- -B.-" 25.01' JolIe I 1,1111" ol'" I II? |I. .
to POR being U- I 201I7om! nNV 410' S i.f NW CuP!
and family. Miiy :so T I 2l!! T J Alderman 63.91
Mrs. Horace Taylor 4-A Of W 7-A U 8 23 < Ealene Tyle 37.03 Cur or HWVi of. ...I'' NI': or HMV1.. \ r.)7lAlliK() ( 1 (II I'M!I II' IAr 1'1]

HVV'4 &; Hurl S 100 14 I! 117.21', M: 70'V 71)5') N or SW '
2247 SWS4 of NW
and Mrs. E. J. Ft for Pull then \ 98.OH', N 75' 9'aErg Co-i"" nf NM'/l' of
Visiting Mr.
/ Kx 5A In t SB
('01' &: MX 2A In MmFt; : IHl2,1t;; S {' 2'') 0 22 oWln TtO AHul'lIlI, Jr. 77.B7 1"I". '4 W !1..11' For.
their small (
Baulerson is W ( .
SW Cot I Hx Air 41Clfl --Pl'K, 25.04' 1 Mi.r < IPOH! M I6II'. VV fill''
granddaughter Maria] Rauler- n.-HO or Bk 5 PO N fin Fl to, POLL NW Cur of N 'uo', )', )M 50' ToPOH lfa0uing 1'I"lc.' .
Kx: Jt/W 22 0 23 'RIII"lell Cox 12.13 SMVI: nf SMM:' nun
B09 Ex: or 11-217 311 7 2I: will be
Monticello. She
son of 2701 I-I Com, Bt NVV '. H on M U-VV i i.fHT .
Ex or 51-487 17 6 22 32 13 K Perrymnn 51.0(1( r.l7ll-ri--C.im( lit HWCor .
Cur or 1 141,' M 01 i flO' .
with them for three weeks. HVV',4 of ) 'i.l. NI-I'/l' ..r
2258-Com nt SR SW'4' & Hull, N IJoI.: 4' To IJIJno
; 17:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Cor of SW'4 of ((110 Ft S IIO Ftfor "i.r 1410'of' r,1'Io,;; '':! I pull.711V I ; M H ;

and John were in Enigma, Ga. SM14 A Stun N Poll. Hun WCO lilt: '4 \V on" :Lino 1511', I'l" r.O'.. N 1 I'.ll' :
where they visited 276 .Ft W 137.81' Ft,1:1: _'Kill_' I Ft. I M 112011. To. Poll U9 0 22 W I I"LVI": I2ii.no W roll' '1'.. 1'011 70 7 '' 0I,. .ft .
on Sunday i'. L Rnnxxh ..
for A.run thenN r I'9'. N 1110 FLto 41ifii:! Com nl RH uo.
Mr. Lee's mother Mrs. Clem- 228 Ft W 23S.71Southerly : I Putt' 23: 0 U II I. lI11rll.'y. 8.UI 'nrl of fiN \\4 nf, r.OlOAll! ) I HlliH: H -
& tl 'III llilliiim.illit ,, ;;
treated her to ill Ft 271H-l but III II'': \ '.' HW"IHIIII'\ N Henry :MoClellan 14.'
Lee and
mie E 188 Ft to FOB 17 8 22 1 Robert L. Beam 72.76 Cor of. 14: or till 1"W nail Ft IB--Nft\( or Lot. 2 -

dinner. On Saturday:! Mrs. Lee 2271-A Beg 190.1'N NIt'4: for SW%. b... H I Kir.. Ft M 028 FtTII of Hlk 1 WrlKhtHAi1.1 :

visited her parents In Jacksonville of SW 'or of log IIIII' N&Il; ( Pun) 2 Albert! A Clark 07.8l! 1 30 7 22 Hl.-haril, D May B.81

and Karen Lee of SR'/i: of NW'/i by 50' F'; & W U 6 22 l1ltl State homes Int 0.81 4205-:HMVl; of NM"inf 512(1( -"Cnm" on N SI.In :
Cont N 8161. 13 27aoulO lit NI: HVV'i MX.: IC-\V of "I H &; F Hv
Gainesville was Sunday sup- 210'. S 315', W Cur. or SUo ot 8W A Kx Pnr" l"iHu In "" FI! Hide, ,of HiHnf :

per guests of her parents and 210' to Ben 18 0 22 Albert Tyson Jr. 10.58 4 11)011;) ; HW"4" Or Ilk 23-281: 32:! ,J Z2 10 Vlotorl.1 fcl''uahlon, 9.07 NkJ' '/, A Itun
Hlln W GI7' 14 HI' N ::102 J.Wly 1 I''IIIFt '' :
127.! -Com lit ..NMCor
Z282-n..g 1780' S to ltd, Sly '
I ,
John. '
for "
1'1)13. rant :H!
of NW Cor U: 8801. of NWVi' of, Along )IM:, :alt I..t' .:
:Mr. and Mr. H. E. Priest M 1320': N 809.3', I 1110'' W 1H.r.. N 1 KMVi: \ KHun,: H i ie 'I'utv./ Along, N
1t I : 171'.5''
and Lamar spent Sunday with W 1317.30' to lilt, being' In InI''B H'III For I'tV IHO! Ft yi.l.i. nt ]Ity anil Ftnias SO 7 22 1 Charles. a Wllllamimn 9.21
A J'OH Thftl
I their son-in-law] and daughter, FOB 18 6 22 28.5 Damon Dell 41.04 foIJo: Cur lit NWI4' I I"r Hun :H 210 I.'tV :' --N'b'!i of SVVHi.r I

2280-A 1 HWI4" 23,4: 0 ,,12 HW "VI Its; It-W
lot 208.75' ,, Ir..n"\\'III'11111' .e3IOrrjrtpii 2111
Mr. and Mrs. John Morris In 21,33 ,llU.I'l ulj't. rof. ; : Its: 30 7 23:! ''loON Williams 38.,
101'1| Lying In SW : / To POH I 32 0 23 Fr.Tnlc Clinnillni, / "" 31.20
Hlnesville <3a. ('''r of NW14 of 2733-lt"/ir. / nl Nil, '. 4278S W >A ofNVV'4 111(17( -k'4:' of WV4
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore SW% 18 6 22 JexHi-a Tyson 58.45 cu' ot S4' for HW 1'+ of HM14:\ 1 HxPur of si4it :' .11 7 23 40 John F Itoliortfinn. 8-18

and Mickey were Joined by 2290-W 220 Ft of 4 ot NN'1o' ofHMS '.. Hold. 33 6 I) U B Vlutwln McKilftlilnn' / vll.ll ( !).I-..Coin: nnV
Hun W IHH'
SI.IH nf Hv R-IV
NEVi of HW 4 Kx. 427H- NW >/, nfNVV
1'1 JOI.5'
other members of the familyat 183. on H"o Linn Ai
Par Pose, In or UK 1G'. N 151'.H7' (It' MltVJ\ MX:
the home of Mr. any:!. Mrs. 2.1-91 &: Ex Par In I'UD lo PHIHi.lit.. ,' A. MX L..l fill, N on It-W
2:1: 0 U Ydv. VV :111' VilH.H .
or 40-212 18 6 22 8 Dorothy & J'IIIIIII'' IIrown 9.84 I HI-HII Or I Hit! 20 "Pwr.4'l ian" .
J, W. Thomas and children Jenniu hall 14.732291That 2771 A" 14'4, : or ;': At IIx'It: W AKX 70 \.luH"I"'. .. :

In Live Oak where they en- I NW'I, ut NfoI4:' N : I'III' Ill-Hr 1 Ill- '. Tln-ll M toHtK"- ;
) ", Port of or HI, 11\\ 0 I >,1 l., A ,III HM'.i'!' of _
U 10 Edward ltluks 13.n Ilk 2.1: :211 t I 33U7'lA ((1 lit!;
Vlatortn. \\tcl"nalltllll\ 110.05
joyed a bountiful dinner and F:4 1lr W 440' of 2H:13--Cuon: : 11H'V BVVM! 35 7 Si A II Kelsey 20.93
t '
of : I Lot IIIIHOOr '
Those were 8W14 'ur ur NI''I', ofHII'4 18-AI1 RWV' of
visit. attending
which Lie Mwly 23: I'g 281 520 S3: Juluo Ml In hull\ lon.Oi) Wlili-h/ 1.I.IHw :
Hun J is<: BW'/i
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Andrewsand of llwy B-229: Ex of HOMM"n onHW 429(1( -VI, A III PM or u.i too 1 8 .S3 3L W It Nollmaa 68.77

family of Wlldwood, Mr. S 000' 18 ( 22 Imiac Cummings, Sr 22.99 ltd 110r. far I'"'' I'or or I SM A In.. G210-A-I."t 411( nn -

2291-'Sum! at NEor : Con )1'oJ: 2111'. !N 211I'. SW (Cur of 10 V4 of ClVHlul(
of /Pllili
and Mrs. Danny Thompson of NW 'Vi of 11.. 3:1: 0 13 Allln 60.20,
; : while
(' of NK'4 I ,,f W 2111'( 1'1' 210' lo Luke lloinoHltim112n Lnthor It McDowell 7.44
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. SW '/ W !"''2.2 Sly l'oU _._ 27 8 22 n'owlLrJ, .Alcr/llll'/ 69.119 4"17.A.-1!' Lot UN -f.'HHis.. no, naIlll E I

Tom Casey and family of 125' to Poll Wly 2HII7.1'1' I IIII' for Tot J lieu Or Hk 40 I'it Pllll.. Of tYVBtlll. t<<
& 1'ar In Llna. fi ut Jllk 2 IIrll, Mr. and Mrs. & W
Lawtey and, 1108to W Line ford" Ills. HID Nell H. nd'ow", 59.0R By100'NkS
K'4j; of W 440' of Oi.nl. ,35A M-I. 021.0-- <.19 70 & 72
Charles [Chuck 1 Moore. 2922-IS''
NE'4 of NWV4 NW'4of ; : In KV4 or NW14 i.n. Pin'1' on Crytftnl
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dlnklns Sly Par W Line to of NIt14 or HI-/: 33 f 23 ,Tohn D T11p1J'; !J50.05 .Luke HomoKitvitfii)2 ItI1D Atterbury 11.81
Ex N 100 FI 48.01!
1.9 6 J :5tnrgarpttoy 'OIlAl '
had all of their children and St Rd S 329. Sly' t2 42'.7-1'i'\ A Tying :
4'IJo' 41on
to Pt. 3 2928 1 Lot Riling A ir. : () -Lot
a of POB, N"" VV Ilwy :IIO I
grandchildren with them on Nly to POB 18 6 23 John A Cummings Jr. 18.35 !122.0 Ft N & !" 0by50Ft k +I.jinil: H lv 'Chnn1gyv'IV I.uku mil HomoKlti.HBDin ;of (CrvMtul John. .1 DunlenVT 11.11
Sunday. They were Mr. .and I oJ &: \V' : I Hy Mark,
2291-K-N ISO1 of S lviIIII', &; 1"lrlg, In .. N llv M-CaHlln, 11lv -Lot, 112 on Oitlci.f
Mrs Freddy Dlnklns, Mr. and fill!(II' of E 22ur) Nit I I'.r .InC \\. '.. ; llwy 33 0 2341,1.1A /'iisulu Preen: Crown 4107 (I,rvHiul IjikuH.iiniHlluH
I .11
Mrs Horace Cox of Waldo W 440 of NEV4 ot NWI4 or HI'\;\ 'I I.yn Campbell '
: l.iil o.r (ll.ltHI
of SW'4 }g 8 22 Jim Cummings 9.882291IJN of NE '4 28 0 22 Madle Wllllnm" 10.Rl
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of : In IIn..oln I'llv 1 lOmnia< William( 0.84 ri33lf.nl' 70 on "YMtul1o PropertiesI
150' of S 2981-N 1n' Poll 1 tit I'tyHtiil. Lukot
Jacksonville, Charles Dinkinsof .ino1 of E 220' of I.ot 22' F: W by .... 4:1: e'I I I.".t I III. NVVfor t limutHltfHCH7. 1111) ''.It
W 440' of of JlIG' 1 01,( L..I 2 NEV4 N & 1'1
IIn,1 E: !by ,-1'1" } '
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. r HUM |1'1>1 1III5..V ; -Lot 45 on r'vlirOMM -
SWVi 18 6 22 Harold dimming 9.88IS W..II..r Ht N hv ,
,If''ii' 'ii\\<., Ave In 'cryM-
Paul Dinkins Jr and Davidof 2291-H--S 1601 of R: Laud ot Mnrohll", !o.. .jl: .,, S I IIII'. W. . Inl I u lin lloiiiijBlt.'B -
1 Jiifl.II1: N I 110' To.\
St. Augustine who also visited 220' of W 440' ofNK',4 \V hv Hllrux, &- :;;1"\.1". 1 r .:tut '../r POH AVIUIttin F" Ilnsu4r ll.onir : Arnold Q .smith, 89.411
: of SW %, 8 22 Jack dimming 928 1"wIH ltlit lfi or I. ; ,
her parents Mr. and Mrs. 9)' k ellR Add 28 8 22: I' Quigley & IIIIV'! 8.01 411)1; ) w noo-) of NM\ 6949ioIN: H, r.O, HIr.n
22')3! : -E 410 Ft of
f hr) HMM, or NMM.MX \ '. .' :. : CyprfHH. of
Call Carter. NE'4: :; of BVVVi\ Ex 2090-...' III 1ft Bile \\i.Ni1:; .,? ,,11', .: li-W A MX Pur ( CrvHtal .. Ii o

Mrs. Johnnie Jenkins and R/W Mf, 4A 440' But. 5479 2/of 1'"Wllllll', Park .," ,.Ift'" Rrlnrn.y! 7..1 In NW cur 150'I Hi| 3.1fl: !2!* fi nnrtinj 10,831IilIA11111 ; llo"L. Lucian PeLo.'h 18.31
I inL
R'I| In SB!: Cor 18 8 22 10 Lottie Reynolds tt Q. ,
children of Jacksonville and 2293-A-4A In SMCor 301l1i-r."t 7 lie N'4{ ,f.. .' 13, 1.1: 'HIII' r.ir.at.oi: [of fil i Crymal nn: rvi.rHHH -
Hill I i III Soil'IIIDull.
daughter Mrs. 'r. Green also of M 410' of of 1.,1 6 for hot \3;; I Hfllllll/ I MX MM"j I.iikn | |.iin, "Hll"!Hanni Wlllln.m Frost 8.IIC
A Cummings Jr 23.95 1 & I.la I :1 :
NKVi of VV"4\ 18 6 22 4 John 2. 'n' ,. "
spent Sunday with Mrs. Jenldns' ot unwi. >>r l.oi, 13 of. I (fvprnnH
Bile :II hI did( rin,; fi: ANW" -o 23'r. M .1/4 of NW .
0/t.y/ r 1 P.Ik 4 ')' "
parents Mr. and Mrs. O. Vt ;of S1'4 IS 0 22 30 Dun. llunkeraon 77.20 Ing I'.rk. Nil' 28 8 33 .. ; A,11in6nSan\ 0..21 ClPolyn FaOOa'' : JU.5:: of Ci'vnlul: Keystone: PropertlenIlia.
3/H1I-C"! ,, lit N\V J-t;;: <" Leif IIOMIOHIIOB/
Anders and all attended 2298-A of 710I
J. -K'/4 NE ('ir f< 4128 I-A I)), w (mHIK I .
'/ of SM: % Ex: 2A : f ; HID' NVCor ,
Mothers Day services at Long NW '4.rH ,I: :3l't! / F of r.I7I1-r.'t: 8 on Palm
NI '
In : Cur & Ex : IIr' NMVi] of
Branch Baptist Church. i S !GU' 18 8 22 Catherine r>ell 24 55I 71' for Pnf I II itIo0' H sari; 'to nf d'yttal:" Laltu M..rlgllge
I ::::' H 112'V: ,:I: Ill I 171'' N H..IIIBMIL.IBH378A Carp .4ITonntng
Mrs. John Brown with alll, 2355-Com .at SM Tool N 112' toPOR i'ami : of :Sluurt

of her family enjoyed Sunday Cor NW>4 of&SKH I Kun W of 28 0 II! '::" J.LIwnr4: N Qreen 2.,11 ar.f.1 Hng: W 17 "P TD. 33 fl 111 '1 1..I.Wle/ TtltiJ 0.18 : -lif-K. nt NW
: .
iif NVV'of
80In) --f.nt 8 ot Hlle I "Cor
dinner at the home of Mr. :S14 Ft :N ISO Ft 9 In Urlg'I'own" ofRturke K.UI-II Ilea" nt NW NMVi' Inn.. .. 14 4Ml1
and Mrs. Ralph Wise. Friends K: 297 Ft N 325 1"n'.1, I H J\fafyul"l 17.88 car" iff I.Crn''''l. PULL, S lull:
Ft M: 97 Ft S 5HHFt 'In RIO for., nf NK"i W"'I I 100', :N lor.1. if J JHIS.
attending were Mr. and Mrs. to POU EX W 3264-4'm at IIW ( M '
: POB See
:Mrs ( or of Ada j"l 'IINri: \ !: !: I T''
Tommy Harper and Johnnie 3SO' 21 23 208 Bradley, ;me' : ".,: 4Itun fl : V W Per Prop" For
Est, 73.30 Ahllle0n SIC }.. UII.O'I!:! '1'" !PUB 34< 0 3a Trill State1men' / Hi.nin( on Wronif, Service
Lee of Starke. Paul Norman 2173-B Lot 2 of H 2112.11 Ft. W Tn0:. .. 2 Il" Corp 9.11
and Carol Silk n In Dale- nil I Fl. N Si'lH' .II Kt .I t 159! '!.. 'u..ut Iatnd5400WII r"
GriffZS. of '
wood Billy K Chambers. 107.33 1 K: 90 Ft to I'OH 28 0 22 J ,WXAn.'lrpw, Jr 351,06>' -8WM SWM of NK'/i'
Mr. and Mrs. Burney Dobbsof S/D .. .rc"" ", W of K'l' MX f.f NU'i.175 8 8 23 2n./ B. ..Tr A:
2377-Com 420 Ft N 3227- Com( nt NW :tr''F Piin-ol" Sold 3R 0 22 11 M.I il rice A Lee 20.44 Hazel Hicks 30.31
Jacksonville visited his par- Cnr of Cull ft Hay : : ;.t. ..
from SE 'or of jllgii 4nil2-A--f'om! .
HtH: run N 218.55 I | ; Bt Tn.tir -Lot <4< of nile
ents Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbson HW 'i of SW'4 & Ft W 1I2H' Ft. 1 ., nf. Wly ll-W A of The Ifavrn.
Sunday and took them on Hun W 115 Ft N far POP Hun :N .. .1)j, H-IOO-A 1/*' UU VV H-f Ex W80' of
50 FE 115 FtS r :{'! : I'OII, fl 17 O1 13 8 22 Jim( R Smith 16.296470.17Lnt
91.31 I I"l. Wly 1r.1I.71 7.711'211:1:
an outing to their place on 60 Ft to FOB 21 6 22 Josephine Ellerson" 7. Ft. Sly U Ft .V ( : 1' VV ? I 17 of

Lake. 2397-Ixits 7. 8. 9 :' Ft, to aucTP' H< 208.71." H'] Lukntil.iw 8-l Stanley W D"vl. 8.68
Samson Sk 10 of BIU! 3 I In. IJrt15G:; 28 0 22 ,W J SHiiMtlll 1 UI33111JBlk 208.71'1'11 POU 31 ((1 83 I"Unlt d O'ltr-, Or..111.
Mrs. John Wright of Tampawas Sunny Acre 8/D Alfred Barnes. Net 16.C2 4i,2i-( ( '. Cop, NM nor 5r, IO-D) -I Lot onII.HU
(0 I In L T Or Ilk 2H
her parents Mr. 2423-SW'4 of Bl.lt r.f Wl',, of $ % %
visiting ill ( 08 H/l I Its : : r'f.1 .'M' 377 Douglas L-IIutohlns 30.76
2H: H 2W St-jyt: or NWiv I, ) -
Shuford this It/W Kx M: 75' uf 'tI. 4* 1
Charles sLot .
and Mrs of B2RnfIt3W&Wl4 ].I...- ..f W''i nf ijnau'rr: 10 -
week. Blk 1. 2 S: 1 K.I' llunfcr 12.0333n41.t HWM of NW'1>' C'url Villkopf, S-l James Z Lee 114.07

of R 3W&E' 'A 4 of Hlkit flinr 'nr rim wiv S04I--N! 110' of M
Mrs. Patricia Lenzy spent of Blk 1, 2 In I. T & CO8 H/l ClyO: ) llankpriinn B.Ot 152' '1'" M Sf'ln' of IIO1' ut NK'.i: \ of

Sunday with 'her parents Mr. o-f R 4 W of Tempsin 811211-1.1 3. 4 of + Ht< P.I! IIHI-A, Slv HVV'AS721 13 8 23 Clyde R Stubbs 11099.

and Mrs. W. :M. Patrick and 21 6 22 25 H A Lawson 298.18 Hlk 11 In L TIe/ 210', Mly; lilt', Nly >> -N I0..' of W

2450-A-Com at SE COS S/D r ]Mttta ItarmonAKttil n.n Pals a 7 23: NolHOU' tI..ICrls: 99.14 I N'',Ie of
her brothers and sisters. On Cor of NW'4 of 8321: -Lot 2 of HlkII 482'.10In PH for Nlgt1)t' 21 8 S3: 10 Alfred. R Walker ;Jr 109.18

Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Patrick SB'4 W S551 for In L '1' & COM! nf Wi-J' nf NW',1' fi6fl.-1 tot In SIr

visited her father Bryant POB.; W 1001 N 21 RID TIarrnnn"" ItSI' of HW14'\ a 7 23: 1 Hor'.tI'or, : Orlfn.1: ,.!" of 101 './. of
degree E Iii'. S 312 I-VV 62 of Loll toe kl' 29.88 NH '4 ut NW'4' of
Carter and her sister Mrs. Lucille inO' S 21 degrees< 20.35 3 & 4 of Hlk HI ,1 47151-Com nt NW N\Vil" Hi-lnw. Ins
Padgett at Doctor's Inlet. W ill' to POB 21 8 22 Jennings C Gardner In L T & COS: 1 'or or K'% of Ft N ft f hy I Ito

2454-Com at 8E Cor SID Carrie' Coleman 11.71 BWM of NliH: A Ft 15:: &" W Ex fcl:
r1uE'J of 8W >4' 33.11-I.ot" 1 A 2 of t Kim H 4AQ Ft 8 304Ft GO' 2$ 8 23 T J Alderman 41-01

80* 2' to ilk I 11 In LT A COS VV 431 Ft N 091i-Com nt f=!n
EZERASE TYPEWRITER POB W 48.48', Nay SI U I Kx WV4 Ida Mil Sherman Kit. 9.G5 235 Ft To PON 1 7 S3 3 Aialoa Restaurant 191.01 ('..r of BVV'4' of

PAPER Mlm o Paper Bond 110', Ely 41V.' 4', 33111-N 50) Ft of hot" 4102-1.,0\ of Blk NW14 & Him''' :M3Sil

.'Ulen.- Sly 101.2'. to PUB 2 &: hot ::1 nf Hlk :2 "f. Llttln [ll'illywnn.l T Paper Notebook In WV* of Rile 6-4 421n L T & COS: Kx: Il-W T 7 23 Wltkowekl' 15.38 poll' [, lion VV 3VIFt

Bradford County Telegraph. S/D of H2W Temp 21 8 23 Mrs Emma Murrhee 33.96 "/) Kx: H',4' of Lot 4791--lt..K lit Nil Car N 150 I..t. HiiO
3 furl ICurnt 5131MM NW'/i KH"i' H ; : : J't, t:) To
2479-Ix>M 1 & 8 of 33S1-A-S'4' nf lot 3 x I07III1 .r'l' Hwy I "I ,1 }'011 2:1: 8 23 1 Minnie Jones (54

LABEL MAKERS- from Block:: 9 of Clarence F Rhoden 83.09Charlec of IIk4Iii. L '1' lie lint-A. Sly .$II.-.'. Ofllil---Cl' at NW
Tele- Knight 8/D COS: H/IJ 1 Stut IlnnixitI My I'l.r.: Wly '1iI1! 'nr of See 2il' He
$9.95- Bradford County 250S-trfrt* 2 &: 9 of I no, 8.01' T.I. I R n-w riiw HUM ft 830 Ft ForA
graph. Ph. 964-6305. Blk 13 k.:$ B 331(1( -Loin 3 A. 4 Of 1110 Mv tar 14!! U W I'OII Hun M I lion
1i'i! In N Reno 98.77 Hlk 41 of L & T I I1KP! K: on. N Mn" r-'r. n< tor.1.. w HUD 1 George &: Cora
S/D L Barnea COS HID rmmon' Iti'll 21.19 HK'i !13111.!! To) Ft N Tit Toil ::0: S 23: t> Orton 74.91

FILING CABINETS. Type- lR'o Blk Ida May Tyson 8.01Frances 3391-Lot 3 of Blk POI" 10 7 22 29.83 Eugene L Carver 287.47
Chain I18-LotN SD 44 In LT & COS: ,isnvv.'. or MVV' J. R. KELLY
writer Stand! Desks, 25.23--Lols 8. 4 of SID I L 7. Baker 5.B1 I .r :NIV',/ ,KK: :: -.l 22117 5' Tax Collector

Safes. Bradford County Blk 19 In N Reno 3401--r.o\ nf Rlk 'uq' 1 Hi'V: ,I1."''iI ,' III 7 VII-K-O ornyth 11.86
Telegraph. 8/D Jenkins 40InLT&COSSit : I "n6; :-II l.'l; ,, of aw'! 'l Bradford County
: John II Hick 13.01 lit Not U\ IU 7 23 10 Edward, 1 11 Pearce. 48.90


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T----- ; ; ..

Facility Will S A VF A p Grade "A"

'Offer, 92 JobsA Fresh All White M F 1 aPinebreexe **.-.

total of 92 positions, att.'tbe Medium

: new State, Prison Recep-
v-tknv''; Center near lake Butler I SAVE $1.00

'"wlH be filled before July 1. Thermo-Temp Insulittd
'coordlng to Game Curlee < 1 EGGS 1 I

euperin'tendent of ,the long- 2 Qt. CarafePitcherReg.
/delayed, facUlty
:'.1f, '\. Ritall ...............U49
.i i / expected that the new With coupon. ... ...$3.49
venter, will be opened onaIJ .. .
::, ustL + 'ai y : (. ;' A Penr lhrrntA font. Coupon Good Thru May 22nJlewird

"., On-lee said that a number ... .S

cf.''tTfe 92 positions will be ..: ,. 3 1 lvn'e

ifille'l by present emploves in ;:''i'5' ") 1'j DOZ. _

.:7//ead rampswhich" will bes3hased ',.,.:.\' .

out. '"
.r ,, ". ,
r-The: S8 million reception -:1.-: ": yurciiisi:" of

cfcwlH' :, be received and classified ; T> ..1\ STO / a' 0 ":rrl a-- Sec-1&:; : ite BOWL LIDS

.before assignment to other .._-
prisons was completed last I 1r' QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 14 l lWINNDIXIC W (Pkg. oft)
j9 "
year but\ use: of the facility ..} p A I STORKS, pep.-COWaisNT-tesa'' **& vft'i coupon 64

has been 'held up by lack of ...: <<. Sin In finer fniliittii f. ,.jn Goad Thru May 22nd

_funds for<< staffing It. t ..
*"" At the last special session of

JoK'lslature' a bill providing \
$1.6 million for f +
was provided "aF. ,Ly 1
'eeotdvatlon( of the center and
w 18'4' .
rJ>haf>.lng out ,the road camps. ol w.A
-(tsj'-,' Curlee also reported that

;plans for the 125-bed hospital 1ie

'r"whlch, are included in the sec- Mixes$1.

:u'...-')nd: !phase) of the new 'prison .
'"t omplex. have been received
Oil. DEEP SOUTH...timB One W/$5./ Purcnai
,>!'.nd that work: on this building f
*TtrtLl{ 'be started soon by In-

gn.tDa te labor. niise;
*.*: When the hospital is com T"

u pleted.:+ he said a total of 186

* ''the center. Twenty-one homes I r I ,

.for employes 'win be erected .

,'fend will.>be ready for occu- I
2t. '11 -.Jm)
.pancy in about a year. ,. 4
1i.(. '. :

t't.:', 1d;' ,
.: O a 100-ct BAYER WORKS WONDERS 7-or. SECRET SPRAY (lOC all)
-'9.95- Bradford County Tele- c '
Aspirin.o..77 DedornL..8'
e.pT ph. Ph. 961-6305.<

i. .1'r. 11''%.or LIQUID PRelL 18'0.. SCOPE

nr, NOTrfM: .
.".,Notice le. hereby given that *. Shampoo..98 M@uihw9Sh..98
j sealed bids. will be received by <-- aniu ASMTHRIrit
t.he Board of Public Instruction
o< /Bradford County, Florida. at
the office of the .
t o*i i Public Instruction Superintendent of Bradford MAID LONG GRAIN EXTR No. 303 Can STOKELY HONEY POD Iva 303 Can THklHY, MAn 12.411.: THRIFTY MAID

;i rEUarka,County Florida P., up O. to Box 7:30 939.p. 'fANCY .RICrE..3 39* GREEN PEAS...........5/l. BARTLETT PIAR5..4/I. lUNHEO 1 rnEAT..3/I.
1 (DST) on the day of May
J/\1968, for the construction oh: --.M'.ot: DEEP' SOUTH STRAWBERRY 3'Vlb.' ROCKINGHAM WHOLE!: No 214 Con. Del MONTf No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID CALIFORNIA

:.:Area;;-PPhase.;Vocational Two Bradford Technical Union Cent *'" BBY.BB,MBtsttB ERVES".h..39) CANNED CHICKEN .89* PEACHES 1 120O. TGES..U/$ 1.

:; .r StnrkeFlorida.. l. ) ..... ....... ..., .....3/l. tI2 !
.| 'which time bids. will be op- Can LANE CUT
toned and read aloud. Any bid },50. '..p'. . Ad_, THRIFTY MAID MIX OR MATCH '
",isoelved after the specified time Cyt yt j. e GREE DEAr'S 6/$1
.sad date will not be considered ::4.n .QW rYlfirilPlB'i1= 114io.ee.faQEECHfUT GUM.. 69 FRUIT DRINKS 4i.
'.i-Plana specifications. and oon-- -...... .... .. '0'ho.' THRIF YMAIDTomOIOI, c ckan..R c.C: :::Noodla.

,ined trpet In documents the may be exam' ""2r'D PL4BATHROOM' Twin Pact LAY'S 4oi. DEC MONTE Bean, Vegetable or
office of Don R.

.3Lort vlsy Ada,: Avenue and an, na Architect, follow Orange:2301 Park Klngs-Flor. :'tEIaSEY. iISSUi.23: POTATO GUPS... ..... ...59*. PINEAPPLE JUICE..4/K riJUH @@r y SOUP 10$1.I .

..3AckeonvIlle L K. W. ,Donse Florid Corporation. I%:::.. _
'.. !
Lk 3. Gainesville Plan Room ;...- .
P lalnesvllle, Florida.: :: )
pnytona Beach Flo-rldn..
"'OCI'R1'JJlIENT.' 7 : r ThAK9W!
H.A. General Coitractors. : Upon
request and receipt 150.00, .1SH'LDER
plus'4 per cent A.Ofta de- o- 1 ?t USDA CHOICE W D BRAND CORN FED ROUND BONE
pmslt of General Contractor, two .r ,
(I) .eta of plans and specif )
_tl,n. will n.. forwarded. It a ROASTLB.79
plans and apeclflcatlo-ns are returned -
In good condition withIn j
five f5) days after receipt
of 'bids. the full deposit will be USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEEF

refunded.i. l* Sub-Contractor' *. Vendor' ,
ef.; For plan: and vpeclfiCations :.: 4' a SiEAIS IB. 59
to .ub."onlrartor, vend
or.- etc., the deposit will 1 beIJU.OO
; plus 4 per cent sales, tux.IT Loa W.D BRAND BEEF SHORT 2Alb.' W D BRAND GROUND CHUCK OR ALL MC"'TRIBS.
:the plan and specifications
era, 'returned In good condition
within; five. (B). days after reeefrt LB.39 STEW.$199WSD '
the refund will I / r
be' 130 00b1pin. tax. DepositotMoks .

-. .shall lie made payable tot W-D BRAND LEAN GROUND...Plul 100 Free

.>O Architect.>' Pepara-ta sheets. for draw- f siSF 1 99
ing's or panes' of specificationsmaoH BTR" DriBEEFWPlWJATE"i I + Le.PKG.. S'IP1
be purchased fr...... theAwihitect / LB V 1137 F 5 '..
as follow (no refund 0 It' ,5 RdIPJY

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bid'llhall be ao,'nmpanledby
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bead Sn the amount of 6 percent
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of Public Instruction of 79 Cream Cheese35i
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evidence of good faith and upllJlPBMNDCORTAG6 8-01. PILLSBURY A a

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the performance payment
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within the time set forth In his : #.' S.i-e. pica.' 14 ON* FREE! 't' rr 1.
bid..: W-9 aNANO LEAN 12-INCH TAMNOW + '
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of'Bradfnrd County Florida r".e -
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( Informal ltle.. ?tdYREEN STAMPS dN GREEN STAMPS ,
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have split In their 2 games winners added three more In Seated Colonial Florist 13-7 Butler 7 p. m. Improper Watering May Do More becomes available at once anc I stone Heights. It traveled 98
r and will meet each other once the fourth Inning. Southern\ and Conner Insurance trouncod STARKE TO HOST / bums ,the plants or grass. I feet, crossed the road for 64

RECREATIONNEWS more during the 1st half. Discount came back 'with 2. Kentucky Fried Chicken THREE SLOW PITCH Harm Than Good In Dry SpellDry Note your plants cautiously feet, went down the west
In the other, game played and BPOE!: had a 7-4 lead &t 13-2.Beggs utilized 11 hits and SOFTBALL TOURNEYS and If the leaves are a. rich shoulder 46 fet then turned

Tuesday, May 7, Brooker I the end of 4 innings, picked numerous Colonial miscues, Slow Pitch Softball' enthus- weather has probably go 'VaCation their lawns deep green but\ are 'burned i i onto its right side and traveled

trimmed Triest 9-2. Brooker I up one more in the final Inning scoring 4 runs In the 1st, and lasts are In for a real treat I taken more of a. toll of grass and plants burn up! Actually,! around .the edges, you'd better .. 24 feet more, according to
NOEGEL LEADSMEN'S scored 4 runs In the 1st Inning for an 8-4 win. David Alvarez 5 in the 2nd which for all for the 1068 softball season In and 'plants than anyone quite ,]light :watering done often encourages soak around the plan t. Florida Highway Patrolman
SOFTBALL which was enough for hurled: for the Elks and practical purposes was the Starke. No less than three realizes and the importance' the roots of the heavily and quickly to ge; Carson Turlington.
In one of the better played the victory. The teams were gave up only two hits singles ball game. llama. HaInes led slow pitch tournaments will of watering can be emphasize I plant to locate near ,the surface some of the plant food out oj tf Speed of the car was estimated
slow pttch games ever witnessed even In the hit departmentwith by Ed Watts and Brian Johns. Bens with 3 hits In 5 at- be stages; this season. too much, according to President -' and when It dries out, root reach to prevent damage, at 60 mph In a sane

at. West Side Park Noegel 10 each. Dampier had a Johns turned in a good pitchIng -' tempts. Barbara Masters was May 31, June) 1 and 2 will Richard C. Johnson of the roots are so close to the This is one advantage of application posted 45 mph. The driver was
downed Garden 40. In a home run for Brooker.In performance for Discount. 3 for 4 for Colonial.In see the 4th Annual Starke In ,Florida Nurserymen and top that .the mm dries and of food In liquid oharged with speed too fast
game which was played in less games played Thursday in a losing effort allowing six the 2nd game Conner vitational Softball. Tourna- Growers Association It Is a parches them. If you will set form-it la made available a t for conditions described as
than an hour, only , ners reached base via an error Triest its 8th consecutive loss batters. Alv8.1'ez'pa.eed: BPOEat defeat Kentucky In 8 Innings Side Park and BHS diamond. understand but Inches of water them running for several not lay on the ground to com- Damage to the right side of
an oddity In slow pitch but hud to from behindto the plate with a single anda 13-2, as did Beggs In the 1st ,
come :
The tourney' will feature two applied with a sprinklerdoes hours until you have nut antwo plicate growth when we do the VW was estimated at $350.A ( .
softball. A low total of 11 -
do so. Triest picked up 3 double.In game.Conner picked up 9 runs of Star '. 'ball clubs, ,two not do the good' that a to four inches of water get rain I IKeystone
base hits was rewarded. Garden runs in 1st inning and 2 in games played In ,the 1st 2 Innings to put the from Georgia and eight others shower of rains brings forth. twice each week, the roots dog was killed when It,
got 2 hits In the first the 3rd to leal Owens 5-0. In Police Department game Sandra Normanwas ran onto US-301 and was
:) away. from around Florida. Twentythree Why? Because the rain water will be deeper and
r can
Inning. 1 In the 5th 2 in the MondaY'1 Girl struck by a 1966 Chevrolet
the 4th Southern
inning: Owen closed Discount Canners top hitter rap- games will be played contains nitrogen" generated survive longer without water.
6th. ami, 1 In the 7th. In be- the BPOE downed ping driven by William Robert
out 3
gap by scoring 3 times hits and getting a starting 31 when the lightning flashes In One caution since
Friday May at 7 we havebeen
tween those Innings the Gar- added 2 in the 6th to tie It up The Police went on a hitting I walk Kentucky Fried Chicken and thunderstorms The nitrogenon toldi Slightly Hurt PIchelberRcr.' 22, of Mt. Dora
ending! should plenty
p. m., Sunday, I, we get -
I den runners were retired in 5-9 and then won it in the spree in their game against: collected only 4 hits. June 2.The the foliage and on the of rain in Fla.. last Friday. May 10, two
i June: If
you applied -
quick order. For Noegel's the 7th with an unearned run Southern. Discount, rappingout In.: games played Monday, roots makes the plants and' fertilizer to your plants 4s Car Rolls miles south of Lawtey.
week of July 22 will
1st 13 men who came to bat Triest threatened In their half 11 safeties the highest May' 13, Conner won Its 3rd feature the Northern grass grow off better and gives' and grass in April and have Damages to the right front
were retired. Then Claude of the 7th. getting 2 hits but team effort to date.. The second game edging Colonial Florist Sub- them. better color. not watered betterbe A'' 20-year-old( Keystone end of the Chevrolet !were
District II profusely,
1 Women's Slow
Hardee singled and Billy Jo unable to the and third 9-8, and Pitch Heights Woman Sondra Lou- estimated. at
i was get neededrun. : Innings were Begs won its 2nd/:: The problem with dry a. bit careful about $400 by Trooper
Tournaments with
}. Sanford hit a hard line drive Each team had 10 hits the big ones for second place same against, one defeat by a possibility most folks do another vlnla Bleasdale. was slightly Turlington. Neither Flchel-
weather is that until
of 10( to 13 teams.
that the wind played havoc a piece with McLeod Police Department tallying wopping Injured Monday night, May his ,
Kentucky 13-1 in the not know how to water to do you check and see how much ) berger nor passenger
with: scoring Hardee and: San- 3 for 4 leading Owens and nine runs in the two periods. first five innings. Conner Starting July 29 the Metis! the most good. For example, undissolved fertilizer might 13, when her 1960 Volkswagenran Charles R. N'aiL;, 21, Lakeland

", ford, getting a triple. That Al Waddell 4 for 4 for the Jimmy Outlaw Donnie took a 2-0 lead in the 2nd SubDistrict' Tournament will most people like to get out still be under the plants and off a curve on SR-21 and was Injured.No .
one run was enough but Noe- best for Triest.In Thomas and Danny McKinney Inning and made it four to one be played:* with-. 'possible en- turned over. charges were filed
with a water hose with a nozzle shrubs. If we have dry weather -
gel scored three in the
more a game played In Brooker combined hurling efforts at the end of three innings try of 18 teams. t Miss Bleasdale was ,treated
it and water on and do not water sufficiently
on sway :
'i,6th and 3 hits, and Garden'sonly the Garden smarting from for the Police and allowed( which remained until the Mark these dates and be and released from the Bradford -
the plants and on the ground to dissolve and make the
< error of the game. The the 4-0 loss to Noegel and only three hits with Jimmy bottom of the Hospital'
"tdefect of a 6th. Xn that sure to be on hand. around them for a while and plant foods accessible to the County EZERASE TYPEWRITER
Garden's 2nd
was previous defeat to Brooker Outlaw the win. Brian Inning The VW off the [
gaining Colonial put together; have wa.t-. ran curveonto
'el' then they feel they plant roots then put on an- Mlmeo Bond
the year Garden and Noel< PAPER Paper
y unleashed emotions and troun- Johns. Jimmy Hardenbrook 3 base hits to score 4 runs the east shoulder of SR-I'
" ced Brooker 18-3 in 5 innings and Dale Haas had hits for and a. 5-4 lead. Conner was MAGIC MARKERS, aU col-1 ered. They do this every day. other mollcation, when rainy, 21 a 'half mile south of Key-j Paper Notebook Fillers. -
YOU MAY Garden collected 13 hits with Southern Discount. Danny-,[ not to be denied and---whet or .-At The Telegraph. and wonder why when they weather finally comes Ib all Bradford County Telegraph.

Thomas W. Strickland, and McKinney had three, and: they came to bat In the final
Hazen each getting 3 and Fal- Randy Williams two for the Inning took advantage of 2 --- -

savel con hit a home run. Brooker Police. Police Department !snow errors and) 3 base hits to tally]
; had 8 safeties. anticipating their same 5 times and then preceded to Thank You Bradford
Schedule for Thurs, May 18 scheduled for Thursday' :! May retire Colonial In short orderto CountyWe're

Brooker vs Owen Joist. at 16, as they can gain. tie for win the game 95. ,
. UPTO$200 Brooker, 8 p. m..Triest vs Noe first place If they win. The game between Begg
gel. West. Side Park. 8pm. In the second game BPOE and Kentucky belonged tD
Tues., May 21 Brooker' vsTriest. won its fourth to stay unde- Beggs from the start. They
I on car financingand Brooker 8 p. m. Garden feated with an 11-6 victory scored 5 runs the first ,time I

insurance vs Noegel West Side 8 over wlnless Coca-Cola. BPOE they came ,to bat. Beggs col- No. 1 BECAUSE OF You !
p. m. Jumped on Coke early as they lected 13 hits to Kentucky's
through the Standings: Noegel1; came to bat in the first inning four.Standings

Garden. 6-2; Owen. 4-4; rapped out five hits onea : Conner 3-0,,
STATE Brooker 3-3: : Triest 0-8. home run by Joey Thomas Beggs 2-1 Colonial 1-2 Ken-
FARM CAR" BPOE ONLYUNDEFEATED for a four run lead. BPOE tuoky 03.Schedule.
scored once In the third: twice, for Fri., May 17-
t IN BANTAM LEAGUE In the fourth and four times'' Beggs v* Conner, 7:30: ; Ken-

FINANCE PLAN Tn games played Thursday_ In the fifth to compile their tucky vi( Colonial 9. i w F,

May 9, the Police Department t 11 runs. CocaCola scored once I Mon., May' 20 Beggs 'Vs ,
drubbed Coca-Cola and BPOE In the second, three times in Colonial, 7:30: ; Conner va Ken-
I Pick the car you want-new or the third ane one each in the tucky, 9.
trimmed Southern Dlsoouunt. I
uaed. Then call me and toll m. I I I !
how much you need to cover The Police rode the pitching: fifth and sixth.Charlie Oreen May 28 Deadline for New
the unpaid balance.I'll help you arm of Danny McKinney to and Allen Akrldge- shared I I Entries for 2nd Half Mens I C 9. I creo4
get a check for the dealer witharranementa victory allowing Coke only pitching duties for the Elks, Softball League. ,
for a.low-coet allowing only three hits One
three hLts..Jimmy Outlaw wa.sthe ;
The 1st half of play In the I IMen's
auto loan through a cooperating each to Greg Padgett, Kevin t4 d iQ .+ t.'
hitter of the day ,
local bank. The car ia younl! heavy Softball League will 'Q a a o b x ,I It ,
Find out today how Stat.)' collecting three singles in four Kelley and Phillip Brown end May 23. The 2nd half is I ep secs r
Farm'a Car Finance Plan may. trips to the plate. !McKinney BPOE collected eight hits off scheduled to get underway
work for;you. Calk hit one over the fence and the offering of Eddie Blalock Tuesday, June 4. I
had. a double. In recording and Frankle Stokes Charlie
MDRRITT their; second victory of the Green and Joey Thomas had There will be a meeting oil I
+ 4 WILLIAMS season the Police utilized nine two hits while one each was all league managers at. the
t base hits and five walks to recorded by Keith Tetstone Recreation( Department> OP t
their ten Joey Wade Garrett Allen Akrldge, North Temple fold armory! ,, t
score runs. continued ; 4
117 Bakken Eddie Blalock and and Raymond Whittle. I I' Tuesday, May 28, at. 7:30: ,p. I will sincerely appreciate your ;

N. WALNUT BobbY Fulghum had Coke's Schedule for Thurs, May m. Any teams desiring to enter -
I STREET three hits. 16 BPOE vs Police '::30. the 2nd half must be pre- support on May 28th. k
rent nt this\ meetIn.TR. .
Coke vs Southern Discount, 7.
:OdS auras PU0038 9Vfl UI BOYS!I BASEBALL \ ,
PHONE Mon. May 20 VS T
frybb won its third win against no LEADERSHIPGETS 'I
964-5391 Southern 5:30: ; Police ys OPENSMAY; isThe" EFFECTIVE ;
.. with an 8-4 decisionover I'
...- ... )pstcs For Coke, 7Standings, 1968 Junior Boys Base
"" Southern Discount
? awhile it appeared that the : BPOE 4-0: Po- ball season will open In Lake

sun ...r Elks might taste defeat as lice, 3-1: Southern 1-3; Coke, Butler Tuesday May 14. The 7
'. 0-4. league, composed of two teams BOB + ,4t1 t ea
mat HIM MUTUAL Southern Discount picked up
t __ from Lake Butler and two
.AU'OMOIILlINSUaANCI two runs in the first
N.uuNrt I teams from Starke, will play
COMPANYHMWOHIUI This lead he'd. up until the WOMEN'S
[ / llMHhfM' ,llllMll third, but BPOE had a big I In Women's Softball last doubleheader each Tuesday at:

inning and made It 4-2. The Friday night Beggs OuLf de- 9 and 7 p. n*. in Lake Butler. ,.+lp y' tn ,
and each Saturday at 5 and' 7 SAUNDERSSTATE
o. m. In Starke' at West Side
Park. Tuesday's game match-
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I..N' ....: Section Three Pane Two___ STARKE, FLORIDA_ THURSDAY MAY 16. 1968 ... -
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.._ .. To Bids { Little League Tied Up Allen Albert of Oflsson Starke and Billy Miss Bird Linda of
Airport Lease May Be Put ; : Keystone Macclenny; Mr. and Mrs. Joe

T Hilites Bryant and family of Dade
:: Keystone City: and Mrs. Emma Grover
And BeloteThe
Sportsmen Ask 4-Year ExtensionAction r Between Cunningham and children of Starke.
10: By Regina Schuber i Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cbburn

.' ':r. Please Phone in Your Items 473-3067 on the request of the .Agency. I Keystone Little leagueis 4th and 2 In the 6th, !leavingthe of New London Conn recently
eI'. .. .... Keystone Sportman's Club for Also deferred until next all tied up between Belote running run on base. became parents to a ,baby
renewal of Its present leaseat Tuesday was the action on and Cunningham, with Scales David Thacker and Brett boy, Michael William Mrs
"WOMAN'S; \ CLUB Mrs. J. Wright and S. LaCoste Keystone Airport for a per- six bids received Tuesday r and the Volunteers close be- Cole pitched for Belote, and Coburn Is the former Ann
f>-tThe" last Board meeting of ; 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. John iod of four years was deferred night on a new police car for a hind. Tommy Smart for Scales. Bowen.
<:.t-'fcfie season was held at the McCullough. Tuesday night by the Keystone the city. Ray Winans, chair- Last Saturday night's games The second game was called DUPLICATE BRIDGE
.J'U'i; )'bme of Mrs. David Nelson, Winners for May 6: 1st, Mr. Council until a special man of the Safety Committee, r ., were played In the threat of In ,the 5th Inning, due to rain, Winners of the Melrose Du
: club president. It was preceded and Mrs. R. Starnes; 2nd:!,\ meeting on May 21. will compare; prices and specifications { rain and the second game between with the score 3-1 In favor of plicate Bridge Club last week

a...:by a luncheon. Mrs A. James and Mrs. F. The present $1 a year lease in the bids and make Volunteers and Cun the Volunteers. This countedas were: Mrs. Gay Livingston
Board members: attending Tolles; 3rd, L. Kyle and S. expires In July, and the request a report. ninghams was rained out be- a win for the Volunteers and Mrs. Ray Starnes, 1st
f"Vere: Mrs. J. Bird Mrs. 3 LaCoste. for a four-year renewalwas l Prices were received from r "XR fore It could be finished. Kent Morgan pitched far place; Mrs. Mary Cook and

| McDonald, Mrs F. Tolled, Mrs. GOLF NEWS made by Sportsman'sClub S. M. Wall Construction Co. In the first game Scales Cunningham and scored their Mrs. F. T. Hogue, Mrs. B. A.
:: A. Malmgren, Mrs. L Wilt The Golf Club Is still quitea president Don Morgan, on resurfacing one runway beat Belote 4-3 holding off a only run on
llama Mrs. J. Hansen, Mrs busy place. The Aiken Trophy The Airport Committee, with i and a taxi strip at !the Key- threat In the last Inning. the 2nd inning. Volunteers tied, for 2nd: Mrs. R. A. Ken-
I D. Koons, Mrs. A. Frost, Mrs. was won by Kathy Red- Councilman Charles Dono-i stone Airport, and an Improperly Scales, scored 3 runs In the I scored:: all three of their runs dall and Mrs. Ed Longnecker,
r E. Dempsey, Mrs. W. Walz, fearn. The nine hole membersare hoe, chairman, will meet at 7 banked curve on Nighten first inning and! their 4th run in the third inning. 4th place.WOMAN'S.
Mrs. E. Raynof, Mrs. E. Voy- playing for the "Nine Hole p. m. next Tuesday, prior to' gale St. at Belote's corner: ,. In the 3rd. Belote came Jimmy Martin pitched for I CLUB
i les, Mrs. F. Steven Mrs. 0 Club Champion" -this tour- the called meeting, of the full Two other bids will be received t through with one run In the the volunteers. i INSTALLS OFFICERSMrs.

1 Nelson and Mrs. H. Sshuber nament will run for the next Council at 7:30.: It Is expected before letting these pro Fremont Tones. Dis-
R At the meeting!!, Mrs. Nelsor ;wo weeks. The ladles will en- that the Airport Committee jects. trict Director Director of District -
R: announced an Honor Score ertain the clubs from Cecil will then make Its recommen- Bids will also be received on Bryant ElectedCommander pected to return home early 5. Installed officers for

| award had:! been presented tc8"nthe Tleld: Hawthorne NAS, Green dation as to whether the paving three approach streetsto this week following recent the coming year at the regular
club at the FFWC Feder- Cove Springs and Ironwood Spdrtman's Club lease should Highway 100: the one leading surgery at !the Veteran's Hospital eml-monthly meeting of the'

I ..ration $.tate Convention In '01' a day of golf to be follow- be renewed, or whether the to C & L Milling Co., one ,.. 7 "tr yati Of Post 202 in Gainesville.Also Melrose Woman's Club.
S Jaeksohville recently. ':\ by lunch on Tuesday, May lease should be put out forbids leading to( Keystone Egg Producers + t In the Veteran's Hos- New Officers are: Mrs. A. J.

D ,DUPLICATE BRIDGE 29.ST. Including cattlemen Interested Inc., and one leading rALy.t'Ar'V : Thomas Bryant, night police pital last week was Tort Witherspoon. president: Mrs.
The Duplicate Bridge Club ANNE'S NEWS In grazing rights. to a group of houses north of officer Keystone Heights. ; Chamblee, who underwent sev- Earnest Bartlett 1st vice-pre-

Ii' sponsored by the Woman's The Initial meeting of the ,Donohoe said, that no lease ..the egg co-op. All three will be was elected Commander of eral tests. sident: Mrs. Leslie Robinson,
a ,),Club meets every Monday EYC was held last Sunday at .would'be acceptable until approved .paved only to the railroad Keystone Melrose- American Mr. and Mrs. Richard'. :! La- Continued( on next., Page)
I night at the Municipal Build B p. m: The meeting began by the Federal:!, Aviation .track. There is a possibility Legion Post 202 at the annual marr Durbin of Tampa are
J-ing Play begins! promptly at with Evening Prayer and was that the county might pay for election of officers on Thurs- parents to a. baby boy born
:I 7:30.: The public Is invited to followed by a short business this work, !it was reported. day. May 2. April 27 at Tampa General SCHEDULEOF
I :attend. meeting. The meetings will be NEWS NOTES Mayor Ray Starnes reported Other officers elected this Hospital. He has been named SERVICES

| Winners for April 29: 1st based on subjects of Interest that northbound trucks, turnIng ), f time were: Lawrence James Richard Brannon Durbln. Pa-Mr.
:i Mr. and Mrs. R. starnes; 2nd (Con Toln"", On V-a\" Pagel By; Helen Egan from Highway 100 onto SR I 1st Vice Commander; David ternal grandparents are PARKof
: and Mrs. C. W. Durbin of
t th Nelson, 2nd Vice Commander;
21 have difalcul y' making e
Melrose. Maternal grandmother
Learn To SWIM Or Swim Better! t COMMUNITY CHURCH turn and expressed belief that Gordon Baker, Chaplain; is Mrs. Mildred John- the
Elected officers and committee the radius was Insufficient Oeorge Ooetaman. Historian; of Gainesville. PALMSSUNDAYS
r, i chairmen gave their for the turn on the newly wid- N. Watson. Hardentoergh, Fin- son
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen
In beautiful modern [ annual reports for 1967-68 at ened road. It was reportedthat Post Office Cited ance Officer; Henry Easter- last .
Keystone spent weekend in Quincy
i f.ss.. 20x4 ft. Pool in the closing meeting of the Jim Ward of the State ling, Sergeantat; -Arms; and
visiting her mother, Mrs. E. A. 7:30 P.M.
i Lovely Setting I Church Women on May 6. Road Department would makean For Attractive GroundsKeystone Ervtn Trlest, member Execu- Chester and other relatives. 11:00: A.M. -
The treasurer's report indi- investigation before the tive Committee. THURSDAYS
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wither-
Classes Begin cated a nice balance in the contractor has completed work Rights. 1'iwtmauler filiuly Tllll (top photo. ) Henry Easterlinff wa appointed spoon left last week for a I 7:StJ P.M.

j Tues. June 4 treasury, and the membershipvoted on the highway. wan presented a Citation of Merit Tuesday afternoon In Prwl- by Commander Bry- summer vacation in Texas FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
BE f ;, to give a large portionof E,*R. Fox, chairman of dent Lyndon JolmHon' Natural Beauty. Program. Making thepreHcntatlon ant to serve as temporary Post and California. TEACHING
Bc It to the church officers for Streets,* Parks & Sanitation, Adjutant.. The post) of Service
Advance Swimming o wa Percy Manley (left), Postal Service1 officer, Mothers! Day visitors at the
the building fund. Officer has not.been filled ait lees Held In The
9:00: A.M. also voted reported that G E. Wiggins who read the citation commending the community of home of Mr. and Mrs. J. o AH S-sn
The membership .ihad replaced' 109 feet of sidewalk this time. Dann Bible Center
included New
) Mr.
i i affirmatively for the oldrevised < that had been. torn'. up Keystone Heights and Its postal employees' for maintaining All veterans living in ,this and Mrs.
Beginners 10:00 A.M. of their unit In such a man- .... .
and the new Church Wo- *' the ground and exterior postal .n av Interested< in !
eI tween the Burton and' Betls- area, witvr n*w -- I
C men's Constitution presentedby ley property during a water ner an to reflect credit upon the community and the Poet Office joining the post, are urged to
ADULT CLASSES: Mrs. Sara McDonald, and ,pipe-laying project. IH) 'partment.Lee contact any of the above

I BEGINNERS 3:00 P.M. It was decided that the circles Fox: also requested that a Womble (right! ) of Melrosn. who maintains the named officers for application

will sponsor the expenses of letter be written to former grounds, wan presented! a trophy by Minn. Tllllit.. for his. "dedicated forma -

I ADVANCED 4:00 P.M. the Dally Vacation Bible mayor M. L. Beasley remind help and devotion to our post office." Bingo Is held at 8 p. m. 1 if it's an

School.: ing that June 1 is approaching Brief ceremonies were held, pmmllny the presentation, In each Saturday at the post
Mrs. Leon Miner lea:! mem- and the two water fountainshad home on Highway 100.
_ R .,t. Four Lessons Per Week Tues. Fri. bers in the annual Candlelight not been Installed In the the Keystone. Height/ municipal. building. auto loan
Lower. shown. attractive, award-winning ground at '
Ceremony, which time new- photo ryvyvtgryyV V 'vvvtwvynMELROSE
City Hall. Fox said the former I
I' ly elected officers and the new mayor had assured this wouldbe I the Keystone post office. you need
Call)) .
membership were presented.A done by !the June 1 date.
social-refreshment hour followed ,
: In other action:
MRS. FRED DODD 473-4206 with Rebecca Circle as Councilman Wlnana was Auxiliary 8 p. m., June 24 at the Post
I hostesses. Home on Highway 100. District By Joyce Rowe
named to serve as local chalronaylofhe -
q Qualified Instructor This being an evening circle ,!' Governor's .new PQ sI...2.02E.e.. .. President Lillian Weathers ..&&AAAA&&.. .- ,....
their final meeting* wUr'beat State Safety Committee. of Orange Park, will be AAA..1

8 p. m. on May' 20 at the Ordered:, investigation of New OfficersMrs. the Installing officer.! i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arrow- c LEAN ON US
home of Mrs. Ernest. McLean The Auxiliary meets on the
costs. etc of installing a new Eleanor Drew, of Lake smith of Miami Beach spent
with Mrs. Miller Wrinkle as second Monday of the month,
14' traffic light on Highway 100 elected presidentof the weekend with their son
Geneva was
: Fiberglass Fishing Boats co-hostess. Is .
Vacation Bible School to attend.Garden
-Approved designation of Mrs. Ronald Arrowsmith.
Aux1l1aiI'YVnlt and !
still In need of ,two teachers American Legion Buy a car save money
I r May 31 as Poppy Day by Mayor 202 at Its regular meet- Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson -
Res. $299 and two craft Instructors, for Starnes. ing Monday night, May 6. ClabLuncheon and children Sherri and Buy the car you want, and
June 10. Please call. Mrs. Bar-
I SPECIALLEONARD'S$275 ry Wyman If Interested.Rev. Other officers elected at this May 23 Larry, of Ft. Worth Texas with cash I We have the lowest
visited Chester Wesley last
Poppy DayObservance O'Stecn
time Eleanor
and Mrs. Milner will interest rates on Auto Loans.
be in Houuston, Texas on Sun- 1st Vice President; Dorothy The Garden Club of the week.Mr.
day, May 19, and will.visit in James, 2nd Vice President; Lakes will hold its annual and Mrs. Don Neule Lean on your Bank.
and daughter Donna of Ocala
Set For 25 Irene Weir SecretaryTreasurer ,
\ their home city of Chico. May luncheon meeting on Thurs- II
spent last weekend with Mr.
Texas on Sunday, May 26 ; Metta Loebeck. Chaplain day May 23, at 12:30: p. m. in
and Mrs. C. C. Holtzendorf.
During their vacation, Dr. The traditional day of remembrance Katherine Singletary.Historian the Masonic building, Keystone
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Holt, minister emeritus, will for the :Nation'swar ; Ottelia Easte1'llng. Heights. Mrs. John Melmuth
M. Cason last
week Included
be guest preacher.Due dead will be observed in Sergeantat- Arms; Blanche District Chairman, will Install
i OUTBOARD to prior committments Keystone Heights on Saturday Cunningham, member Execu- officers! for the. coming year. Mr. and Mrs. George Thigpenof
SHOP East) Falatka. Mr. and Mrs.
"Dr. and Mrs. Holt Sunday" May 25. tive
I will be observed on June 2 Mrs Blanche Cunningham Initiation of new membersand LEGAL FORMS. Brad- Cecil Harris of Welaka Ralph KEYSTONE STATE BANK

: Iliway 21 Half Ml.\ / N. Keystone Heights Instead of June 9, as originally chairman of the Poppy Com- Installation of ,the newly- ford County Telegraph Ph. Cason of Palatka, and Mrs.
Mabel Morris
of Palatka.
designated by ,the Official mittee of American Legion elected officers will be held at OG1-G303.
Phone Member
e 473-4180 FJDJ.C.
Board. Post 202 Auxiliary announces Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rowe Keystone Height, FU.
I spent Sunday afternoon visit
The annual covered dish that plans have been com- I ""Your Bank
Friendly In
luncheon of the daytime circles pleted, for the observance, ing Mr and Mrs. Prank Wei- Friendly
Dealer for Johnson Motors Smith Lake Bar-B-Q land and family In Williston. Community."
II will be held at 12 noon on with, a number or Auxiliary John Shaughnessy is ex-
volunteers I
May 20 with Mrs. Walter participating. .
SALES and SERVICE Orollck as chairman assisted Poppies will be distributed
Pork Reef Ribs Chicken
by5' Mrs. Charles Wallenius, throughout Keystone Heights -
and the current Executive with volunteer workers locatedat ', Sandwiches & Take-Out Orders
i Sportcraft t Boats -- Gator Trailers Board of Church Women. stri t< rlc points to contact ., _
Mrs. Roy Turknett, president the public. Cold Drinks & Beer Nice Picnic Area

elect, and other newly elected Through wearing the little
officers will take office at this red poppy, thoughtful Americans Open Fri., Sat., Sun. and Holidays
Boat Accessories Trailer Parts Skis time. Circle chairmen and In all sections are en- Next Door To Smith Lake Grocery;

\ Open 7 Days A Week 8 Till 6 committee chairmen will be abled to offer simple and sin- Hiway 211 Smith Lake Ph. 473-4534
announced. Individual circles cere appreciation to( our gal

E. L. JONES will meet afterward to Of lant fighting men who have
OWNER for the coming year. made the supreme sacrifice! .
= ,II' ganlze The two Prayer Groups of Mrs. Cunningham said. "In :: ".:'. _' ": "':' .' -0" ':''.

R addition l the contributions L
I made by generous Americans _

a To The Voters of on Poppy Day are utilized to MY FRIENDS THE VOTERS OF
Clay County
I aid war victims who are still i
in hospitals, and to provide CLAY COUNTY: Thank You
Hearty "THANK YOU'I assistance to the children and .
widows of our country's war ,
e dead. We invite all citizens of,
I wish to express my most grateful the area to- join with us and Fjii :
r -:- appreciation to you for the support Poppy Day for this I would like to take this opportunity to thank

e ee manner in which you turned out worthy cause," Mrs. Cunning I
''r on May\ 7 in the Democratic Pri- ham said. you the Citizens of Clay County, for your vote

/G: l mary to nominate me for a position -
I n on the Clay County Board I !I of confidence in re-electing me as your School

: fi of Commissioners. the church will also recess un-
I till'Sepetmber. i Board Member from District 4.

I --n Also I would like to assure all I Mrs. James ..McEachern.I 'I r+

E I the people of Clay County-both I ,Wom I1'S SUnday. Schoolteacher \I

: those who voted for me and those It ; is hospitalized at the I am extremely grateful to
; who did not that I will endeavor Medical Center In Gainesville, my many sup

i to make the best having" undergone eye surgery. who worked hard for
very Mrs. Al Lagasse, circle chairman porters so me during the
I possible commissioner handling I
I 1 1* a patient in Alachua
your affairs in a business like General Hospital and under- campaign.

and progressive manner. went major surgery this week. MARCYProudly

the regular Chapter With your continued support I believe that
meeting on May 7, a colorful
I May I solicit your continued support in the Initatlon ceremony was con- Thanks
II ducted by Worthy Matron we working together can make our educational

November General Election i I Paddy Dune, Worthy Patron

!i 'I Points.Hector Ownbey, and. the Star I II You All For Your SupportOn system the best in the state.

OLEN S. HOWARD Member add"officers were
I happy;''to greet Mrs. Alma BAXLEY
May 7 LEON A
I Frost. folio in her ho pitaliI -
COUNTY COMMISSIONER: NOMINEE: DISTRICT 3 I zatlon and convalesence from
dislocated shoulder Injury.. (Paid Pol. Adv by Joe Marcy)
(pd. pol. adv.) I a (pd. pot adv.)
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of the men of the church are Mrs. Ottle Weckler joined the I 1.. Y YYYY Y f. YY. daughter of Alderson. W. Va... They'll cover .the iplace.. The regular NAACP. meeting Zany Comedy David Hartman and Jeanette
KEYSTONE asked to come and help In club at the last meeting but and Mrs. Marvin- Richards: of And If ya ain't careful. will be held ,tonight [Thursday Nolan this Friday and Saturday -

getting ,the lawn cleaned. was re-Introduced to the larger INDIAN BEACH Augusta Ga. spent last week They'll cover your face. ] in Free Bethlehem Bap.lst Western Drama May 17 and 18.

HILITES Rev. Robert Stuart, St. number of members at In the Cavendish cottage. They came one day. Church at 8 p. m. James Stewart and Henry
Paul's Federal Point was guest this time. Dorothy, and Charles Henry From out of the blue* CHURCH NEWS Fonda battle It out Sunday.
Celebrant of the Mass at St. Due to the many 'vacationers (Lake Banta Fe) Butler of Oranond Beach, and And covered the town, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Set At FloridaMovie Monday and Tuesday. !May

I From Preceedng Page ] Anne's last Sunday.ST. it 'was decided that the By Mlobael H. Chlttru Paul, Lee and Gregory Strand- Like the morning dew. Rev. Carlos Burnett pastor. 19-21, In the top-rated western

directed to the young people. WILLIAN'S NEWS Game-Fun Day would be omit & .&& .. 475-4171 berg of Jacksonville and Lt. They splatter your car. Sunday': \ School, 10 a. m. fans can be enter- "Flrecreek," which also la enhanced -
& &&A&&A.A&&. tained the
EYe meetings will start at 7 Members of St. William's ted until September. To keep I and Mrs. Sam Butler in of From front to the back.It Morning Worship at 11. At 3 by wacky comedyof by beautiful :loser

p m. with Evening. Prayer. Altar Society who attendedthe up Interest, however, the regular Greetings neighbors; bow's the Naval Air Station in Jack may have been white p. m. the pastor, officers and Phyllis Diller or an action Stevens in the pivotal role.
filled drama of the Southwestof
with the young people of high covered dish luncheon everything round your place? sonville were visiting Mrs. Jo But soon It will be black. members of the Senior Choir)
Convention of Diocesan the 1870's at the Florida Fonda! portrays an embitter
school and junior college age at meeting will be continued on Did your man, win the election Strandbeng during. ,the week- Outs on your window will worship at New Bethel
Council of Catholic Women .
Theatre this weekend. ed outlaw who. with his gang
In charge of the program this the Sheraton Hotel in Jacksonville the second Thursday of each last week.? I hope you all cot Until you just can't see. Baptist Church. Evening service -
end.Mr. to the small
Sunday will be Malcolm Johnston 28-29-80 and month through the summer. out and voted. If we all don't and Mrs. David Nantz Then finally you go 7 p. m. "Did You Hear the One brings terror
Gerald Mlngledorf Sally on April Lena Clemens Mrs. Laura VanZandt a vote, then we don't have muchof and children Bob and Sherry On a car-washing spree. Harold Mitchell Is convales- About the Traveling Sales-:' sleepy town of Flrecreek. The
May 1 were: Mrs. sheriff of the town playedby
Jones, and Sharon Brannon. Mrs. Edward Raynor, charter member. Is a patient. a right to complain -when Strickland and son, and Billy They're not any good cing at home after being in lady?" portrays the zany Miss' Stewart Is forced Into\ a
The Right Reverend Hamilton and Mrs. Emery Cooper. Mrs. In Bradford: County Hospital. the officials do somethingthat Weber and cousin Tim Weber But till they are gone. the hospital.' He will appreciate Duller as the first woman single handed battle with the
E. West, Bishop of the went Mrs. Alice Metz, a former doesn't please us. This were all Sunday 'visitors of There's nothing .to do, visits and cards. drummer in a story set in a
Cooper as delegate. lawless The two acting
Diocese of Florida will be at is Friday member. is gaining nicely fall will 'be the first time I'll Mr. and Mrs. James Robbins But, let them fly on. Mrs. Perlle B. Perry Is in small Missouri town of 1910. gang. and Stewart
Bingo/ played every giants, Fonda
St after be able to vote, and Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith Bradford and She is a man-hungry doll
Anne's on May 22, 7:30: p. night at St. William's Hall. a long illness. Ion really County Hospital bring an explosive climax ;to
m., for confirmation. at 7:30.A This reporter appreciatesthe looking :forward .to it.' I consider and family of Starke were wishes to be remembered with who peddles player pianos In a.
Play begins promptly : thoughtfulness of many 1: the chance to elect our Sunday visitors of Mrs. H. T. visits and cards. cast that Includes Bob Denver,'' "Flrecreelt" with a final biasing -
There will
be work lucky
a day jack pot awaits the Colored Citizens
I friends who officials, both Smith. Mrs. Techla McGrlff Pleasant Methodist Joe Flynn Eileen Wesson, shootout.
this Saturday at 9 a. m. All winner. It could: be you! understood she an honor, and a Grove .
Summer visitors please note I was in the Gainesville Medical prlvlledge. So, remember, get tI of Jacksonville' was visiting NewsRECREATION Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson!
there will be two masses this. Center. She is not a patient out and !vote; our parents did.j her mother during the week. pastor. Church School 9:30: I I
: I
inwvin i= there however We have .} t Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swear- .
, I year at 7:30: and 9 a. m. but underwenta really had a busy I Morning Worship at 11. After-
I HERE AND THERE diagnostic checkup in the week, visiting and being vis' Ingen Jr. were in Jasper visiting noon service at 4. Visitors always -
Ilk I VI UIoa. out-patient there last Thurs ited. Wednesday we visited, her mother., :Mrs, A. L. welcome.
Friends and neighbors were Softball games for ladles will
: happy to welcome home Jim: day.Mr. my aunt, Mrs. Tennle- Cren- Mathis on Sunday Vera's be held each Monday at 5 p. Greater Free Will Baptist MY SINCERE THANKS
: HEIGHTS- Fox who ,returned, last week' and Mrs. C. J. Tillman shaw who is still In Alachua brother and family, Mr. and m. Those who would like to Church, Rev. Louis McKay .

( after a tour of duty at Ft.I' are still under treatment in General Hospital. Thursday, Mrs. Maxle Mathis and son of take part: in this activity are castor. Monday night Choir
Polk. La. Bradford County Hospital, we were visited by another Gainesville and her slater: and akesd to meet at. the Little No. 3 and Ushers Board No. 2

DIRECTORY Mrs. Fred Dodd will begin following, their Illnesses of last aunt, !Mildred Copeland and family, Mr;and Mrs. J. T. Lee League baseball field at this will meet at 7. Tuesday night
her summer swimming classeson February. daughters Shirley and Lucy and son Frank: and wife Nancy I Choir No. 1 and 2 will meet.

i June 4 in Keystone Heights.For her daughter-in-law. Jeanette of Jacksonville were there time.Weekly schedule as follows: Wednesday night. Prayer To the voters of District, Clay Coun-
and daughters Brenda and Meeting.< Thursday: night, La-
an appointment call 473-. also.Sue Ladles and Senior Girls softball -
BEAUTY SHOP MELROSE Tonda. Thursday night, Otis and Danny Lutgen of game Monday 9 p. m. dles Circle and Story Hour at ty, for your confidence and support in
4206.Mrs.! E. Dwyer Sr. and Mr. and I went to the wrestling Keystone Heights\. and Mr. and Bantam Baseball game Thursday the. Church. Friday night.
in Jacksonville R. H. Smith of Gaines- electing Justice of the Peace.I .
Mrs. me
KEYSTONEBEAUTY and Mrs. E. Dwyer Jr. spent and we stopped 5 p. m. Recreation Free Prayer Band meeting. Sundayat your
last weekend !in Miami Beach. by Starke, and picked ville were Sunday,visitors at Play, Friday. 9:30.: Sunday School. Morning -
SHOP [From Proceeding Page] out. my: new Zenith Stem the Lucky Lutgens and en- SCHOOL NEWS ,- Worship at 11. Evening

Edith JohiMOB, OWMV 2nd vice-president.: Mrs. Alice which I'm really enjoying. joyed a cookout. Senior activities as follows: Service, 6:30.Greater: assure you that I will do everythingin
Personal & Creative Hair Brennan, treasurer; Mrs. Father' Uncle Alfred and I :Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Fletcher May 17. Senior play "Hillbilly Allen Chapel] AME
Styling -
, : Every Form of Beauty NEWS NOTES Thomas Garner, corresponding went fishing Saturday, and and. son of. Gainesville were Wedding." May 28-29 Senior Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson my power to give yon an honest,

I Culture Tues.-Sat. 8-5; closed secretary; Mrs. E. L. Helton, caught 8 Bass. Saturday nightwe weekend visitors of her 'parents Examinations. !May 30-31 pastor. Sunday School. 10 a. fair nnd impartial administration of
recording secretary. were visited by Mrs. Sally Mr. and Mrs.: English Senior Government Days. June m. Choir Union 3 p. m. at

t From Preceding Pagel Hostesses were Mrs. Ralph Deese Franklin Halford, Mr. Hilton. 2 Baccalaureate. June 3, Class Macclenny Allen Chapel AME the duties of this office.I .
NURSERY _: Mrs. Gertrude Hubbard was Stevens, Mrs. S. E. Swanbum, and Mrs. Clarence (Morgan Miss Connie Hoydlck and Night. June 5, Commence Church, Rev. Levy Lennon.
also able to attend, following Mrs. Stanley LaCoste and and children, Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Norswonthy were week- ment. June 6, diplomas will be host pastor.
O.C.Carnes NurseryHwy. her hospitalize for an eye 'Mrs. F. T. Green. Johnny Deese and daughter, end visitors> of Pap and Reba awarded. NOTICE!

.100, Florahome 099-2169 condition. Wm. P. (Coon) This was the final! meeting all from Homervllle and Hu- Norsworthy.Mr. All parents and friends are Dell Chapter 168 will] hold

,Nursery Stock Thousand Wilson was reported back until falLUNITED bert and Palma Chitty who and Mrs. Jack Miller invited to attend these acti- its regular meeting tonight, will strive at all times to warrantthe

of Plant Fruit TTM> to home after surgery in Brad- METHODIST | were supper guests. The Mor- and family visited Mr. and vities. Time, 8 p. m [Thursday] at, 8 o'clock in the
!choose from Shade Trees, Ever- ford County HospltaL. CHURCH gans and Mr. Halford spent Mrs. !Mac McGowan and son NOTICE! Masonic Hall on Brownlee trust you have placed in me.
greens & Landscape Plants in Plans are underway for a The Christian Fellow-Tito I the night. with us, and the in Jacksonville' Sunday after- St.-Rev. J. P. Franklin, WP:
Son of
\\Contalner Sew-A-Fashlon program at Class will hold Its reerolMI' rest of them returned Sunday noon. ''Mac Is home from the Star, Chapter 161 Mrs. Alma Bacon, WM.

1 Camellias A Azaleas the Masonic Temple at 8 p. m. meeting Thursday ai t:34 ft for a cookout. Sunday after- hospital and doing better. RAC will meet Saturday night ...
May at 8 m. All mem- L.
> 17s Do Your be m. in the Fellowship Hau. noon, Wayne and Trudy Bras- p.
Let, LandNcapIng Saturday May 25. It will The news Is >picking up a bers please be on time.-James RUBBER: STAMPS and
an evening of fun for mem- Church year ends May well and son, and Bob end : little again, and should be increasing '
Diggs ; Clarence Padll.- Bradford Tele-
secretary County
;QED CARS bers and invited friends. The :31 Conference, but the report to Annual Judy Qlenny of Starke, and steadily: through the Williams, II. P. graph. I'll 964-6303.! (pd. po]. adv.)
must be in by Faye and
next Chapter meeting on May Norman Hamilton summer.This is fine with your
Hanks Used Cars 21 will be in honor of moth- May 23, so all contributions to and daughters, of Gainesville\ : rolling reporter] because It ,
ers. Due to Illness of this reporter be accredited to this church came down and ate 'barbecued means more business. The
BIG CASH DISCOUNT he is indebted to Mrs. ,, year must be given by Sun- chicken with us. Wayne 1 is the water is nice now and many '
,BUY TERMS Pearl Clark for taking over day May 19. son of Charlie (Chicken Man) people have been enjoying It; AN IMPORTANT ME SSAGE TO

SELL TRADE the chairmanship of the refreshment A covered dish supper Is and Sybil Braswell of Starke, So If you haven't been gettingIn
: Kt 1 Box W
: committee for the planned for Sunday, May 26, and he really knows how to on it, remember it is about I
Hwy. 100 8 Mile S.
r Starke social hour on May 7. I at 7:00: p. m. as a congrega- eat that chicken. that: time of year. Until next THE PEOPLE OF CLAY COUNTY
CONCRETE PRODUCTS FELLOWSHIP CLUB tional "farewell" to the pastor Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bro- week, here's Leeon. I
and his family. All members shear of Orlando
were week- LEEON'S CORRNER .
picnic on May -
The Fun
and friends are Invited. end visitors of Mr. and Mrs I
I. "Them Choo-choo Bugs"
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR 9 enjoyed by a good
CONCRETE PRODUCTS was members and friends. A SCHOOL NEWS Doyle- James.- Them Choo-choo bugs, I First, let me thank you for the fine vote given
The May Book Exhibit was Mr. and Mrs. E. W. RevelsJr
ABE TBK BEST held at Larsen i Are back again.
cookout was
Orove on Lake Geneva. Pres- displayed rose High May School 2 in gym.the Participating Mel--I weekend. of Plant with City their spent parents.the I don't know from where I '" ,', t ; me in the First Primary Election of May 7. I

Building ident Ethel Weyman greetednew But I do know when. y.
in the exhibit were Mr. and!. Mrs. E. W. :Revels sr.
who Just all at once,
and guests :
confidence and
members deeply appreciate
Supply, Inc: Included Mrs. M. P. Jones the elementary grades and the I Pete and Joyce (Barton your support.
8th grade. Ralph and Pat Flllmon of file
7W mother of Mrs. Thomas Nor- The 8th book Now that the Court has ordered that
8. Mate-872-4844 Mrs. Clements, whoIs grade and a Tampa and Buddy Nell Oar- _. my opponent
I OAINESVUXE:, FLA. wood ami: exhibit and .put on a, Play nar of Starke spent the week- ,
visiting Mrs. Authtry Vance.I "The "Hippy and the Book end at the Billy\ Noegel campon Uli. ca 6 F.,. and I run again in the election of May

Worm. the Oklawaha river.

Books were on sale to theelementary Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Cookof -BAPTISTFirst Baptist Church Rev. 28, here are some facts I think you should know:
and secondary
spent Sunday
grades by the Random House with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hllllard. Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sun-
To The Citizens of Clay County: I II Publishing Co. Parents and day School, 9:45: a. m. Worship I
friends were invited to view Services, 11 a. m. and In the first Primary a MALICIOUS SLANDEROUS and
the exhibit. Mrs. Lagrasse, who has been 7:30: p. m. Training\ Union, FALSE statement was circulated on Election Day, that I sold

I Saturday night was a !big spending some time with her 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for 4, road right of way land to the State Road Department in Clay
would like to take this opportunity to night for juniors and seniorsat parents Mr. and Mrs. Owen all services County while I required other persons in the County to donate
Bryant, returned to her homeIn
thank the citizens of Clay County, for I II Melrose High. It was the Gainesville Saturday CATHOLIC right of way land for the construction of Secondary Roads
you I night of the Junior-Senior Mr. and Mrs. David Reid and St. William's ChurchSunday ,. The ,following is a letter that I received from, Mr. J. D. Ward

the great majority vote you gave me Tues- held: this year at the HolidayInn sons and :Mr. and Mrs. Bowen ,, Mass, 9 a. m. Wednesday: '' District Engineer Florida State Road Department which proves

1 in Starke. The theme for Perritt of Jacksonville, and Mass and Novena, 7 p. m. that such allegations were completely untrue and malicious:
to the office of Super- the Prom "In the
day returning me was Mrs. Dolph Reddish and children .COMMUNITY CHURCH

visor of Elections. Moonlight. Live music was of Starke were vts.ltlngtheir Sunday School), 9:40: a. m. Luther E. "Cooter" Wilson
provided by "the UFO's". parents, Mr. and :Mrs.D. Morning Worship, 11 .. m-
Dale Matchett. Junior PresIdent W. Carpenter over the Nursery at 11 o'clock service
I pledge to continue carrying out the gave the welcome .
weeKend.Mrs. only Rv. Leon F. Mllner,
I speech and Oregg Huff. Senior 1
duties of this office in an efficient and trust- I President gave the response Carl Cavendish and paat r. I' .Jii3I

Phylls' Odom presentedthe CITY, FLORIDA
and in manner which will ETISCOPA1St. I
worthy manner a senior gifts. -
I *I Mrs. Odis Lowman. Mrs. Low- Anne's Church. Morning May 10, 1968
reflect credit upon this county. The chorus will sing at the man entered the hospital on Prayer and Sermon. 1st, 3rc:. Mr. Luther E. Wilson Chairman

confidence and I graduation exercises. Sunday and was operated on and 4th Sunday 9:30: a. m. Board of County CommissionersClay
for .
Thank you again your The eighth grade History on Monday. Holy Eucharist and sermon
class is planning a party to Mrs. Miriam Kelly of Winter 9:30 (Nursery -
2nd Sunday, : a m. Cove Florida
support. Springs
be held June 1. Donald Wll ,
Haven last with
I spent week open for all servicealDaily
Hams. hlstoyr teacher, is the her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. offices of Morning and Dear Mr. Wilson:

Sincerely, sponsor. E. Adklns and Mr. and Mrs. EvenIng Prayer 8 a. m. and B
May 31 will be the last day Clarence Adklns of Bowling p. m. Rev. William I. Jones This is in reference to the recent request to this office to give you a

of school at Melrose.HAMPTON. Green are spending this week. Vicar.. letter stating the procedure that was followed in obtaining the right of

S. D. "Sam" SAUNDERSSupervisor r v.vv........vat'r..e Mrs. Kate Saxon spent last -LUTHERAN way' for the construction of State Job No. 71513.3601, which was from
weekend In Pompano Beach State Road S-209 at Russell to the northeast that passed by your residence -
Worship, 11 a. m.
of ElectionsPd. with relatives.Vivian Saxon and other I Sunday.Divine Holy Communion 2nd and State Job No. 71513-3602 from State Road S-209 at Russell

to the Solite Plant.
Sunday. Services held sash
Mrs. Mel Hamel spent sev- ;

By Mrs. Mary William eral >days last week in Jack 'Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal On Job No. 71513-3601 our records: indicate that you and your wife

( Pol. Adv.) I sonville visiting her mother, Church. Richard Meyer, donated 0.762 acres of land for the roadway right of way and that you
j. && &&&...., minister.
-. I and your brother, Leroy, donated 2.771 acres of land for roadway right

Three mothers were recognized of way. The records also indicate that you and your brother, Leroy do-

\ and presented a lovely nated a borrow pit for this job which contained 0.917 acres.
TO MY FRIENDS [ corsage during the morning
: worship service at the Hampton On State Job No. 715133602. the records indicate that you and your

OF CLAY COUNTYA Baptist Church on Moth : wife donated 0.161 acres for the roadway right of way and that you

ers Day. Mrs. Saxon, who Is : My Sincere Thanks and your brother, Leroy, donated 1.516 acres for the right of way; also,

85 years old was honored as I that you and your wife donated 0.921 acres for a borrow pit. '
THANK oldest mother present, while
sincere and Heartfelt Mrs. Martha Brown was hon The fact that the borrow pits were donated is commendable; inasmuchan

YOU for your vote and supporton ored as the youngest mother' 1 we normally pay the land owners for borrow pits in Clay County.
present and Mrs Juanita Pear- To the people of Clay County for the The only monies paid to you your wife and your brother were for the

May 7th which returned me sail, who had six of her chil-'I' splendid vote given me in the May\ 7 improvements such as fencing, shrubbery water pipes and a frame tin

to the Board of County Commis- the dren with mother her, with was honored the most! as shed which in! the policy of the Hoard to pay for Improvements.I .

sion from District Five for an- children in the service. II Primary. hope that this letter will suffice to set t the record straight in this matter
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin RIch-
other four year term. ard and daughter and
ter of Ocala Mr. ..
another term as your County Judge J. D. WARD
Joel Smith and family of

I shall continue to serve you In Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.I and will strive at,all times to warrant District) Engineer

the future as I have In the past Emery Prevatt and family of
I Starke were Mothers Day' your confidence and support.

with loyalty, honesty and integ guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.I'
Adklns. I Vote To Continue Good Government in Clay County

rity. ... Mr. and Mrs. Milton Misner I
and family of Gainesville and'| VOTE FOR
Mr. and Mrs. James Baker

Many, Many Thanks! guests Parker and family of on Mr Mothers of and Orlando Mrs.Day.R.were H. THOMAS J. RIVERS LUTHER E.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Henriond, COUNTY JUDGE
of Carrtbel were visitors of "COOTER"COUNTY WILSON i

L H. lanny' Lancaster Mrs.weekend.T. F.Mrs.Brown Henriond over the is

Mrs. Brown's niece.

(pd. pot adv.) Mrs. Llnnle Brown left Sun- (Pd. Pol. Adv.) COMMISSIONER, CLAY COUNTY, DISTRICT ONEpd.
day for Salisbury N. C. to
spend awhile with her daughter ( pol. adv.)
and son-in-law, Mr. and -

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r. Services Held Also surviving are 13: grand- over the st te.I I ST. MARK'S
children and 13 great-grand. I Mrs. Chapman explained EPISCOPAL CHURCH
For Mrs. BradleyIn children. I that this was a training and Holy Eucharist 2nd, 4th

Funeral services will be heldat information meeting
Jones Chapel 3 p m. Monday in Union board. members up-to-date on Church School Each Sunday -I

Primitive! Baptist Church, latest developments. In pre- 9:45: a. m.
Mrs. Marie L. Bradley. 85 near Starke, with Elders B. H. emergency defense planning Holy Eucharist 1st and
of Starke. d' -' Monday morning Rawls and O. M. Yarbroush County Defense Boards have 3rd Sundays: Morning Prayer -

In the P ford: ) County officiating. Interment. will the responsibility for pre-em- 2nd and.: 4th Sundays; Lit-

Hospital after a brief Illness.A follow in Dyal Cemetery under. ergency defense planning relating any and Ante-Communion, 5th

native of Denmark" she had the direction of DeW tt C. to food and non-ifood Sunday: 11 a. m.
moved to Starke from Tampa
also assigned -
Jones Funeral Home. requisites. They are
nine months ago. She was a l major responsibilities MADISON STREET
member of the Lutheran BAPTIST CHURCH -- ----- -
y y yyy yy should an emergency
Church. One Important duty Is to assure Sunday: May on iw ouiiuuySchool. au'ft" LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST;:
Survllvlns: Is one son William that the ,food productionand 9:45: a. m. Morning CHURCH
X*. Bradley, of Starke. Bavless HiwavBy food management functions Worship, 11 a. m.Youth Choir CUUUCII STARKE I' CHURCH) CHURCH I

Funeral services were held can be continued.. Practice, 4:30: p. m. Youth Sunday School 10 a.m. Schedule of Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 .. m
services: Sunday
at 2 p. m. Tuesday in Jones Mrs O. II:. Crosby Other members on the Boardare Fellowship Supper, 5:45.: I Morning: Union Worship 6 11 Eve-a.m. School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Morning Worship 11 a. m- Morning Worship 11 .. m.: i w'

Memorial Chapel with Rev. I& AALLLi.A.L.uAL4uaHappy : O. T. Hugglns, County Training Union. 6:15.: WMU Training p.m. ; Worship, 10:45: a. m. and 7 pm..Rev. Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.i
a.m.. 7:30
Thomas Staab officiating In- Agent, and William S. Haas, Prayer Circle, 7:15.: Evening ning Worship. 7 p.m. Prayer I and p.m. Training Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
terment was !In Hope CemeterywIth birthday to Mr. and Soil Conservation Service WorshIp 7:30.: Meeting, Wednesday 7 p.m. I Union 8:30: p-m. Rev. Jack Evening Service 745.; Mid- Thursday Visitation, 10a. 8 p. m. Sing earn Friday at 8
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Mrs. Frank Thomas who cele- Techhician.THERESSA. Wed., May :22 Prayer I paator.KINGSLET week Prayer Service Wednesday I- m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pas
Home In charge of arrange- brated their birthday with a Meeting, 7:30: p. m. Business MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL 7:45: p. m tor.
ments. family dinner given by their "YYT9. 9 T YT 99 Meeting 8. Church Choir Sunday-9:45: a. m.;Sunday LAKE NEW RIVER BAPTIST
children at the home c of their Practice, 8:30.: School. 11:00: a. 'm. Morning BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST

R. H. Crawford daughter. Mrs. Lois Newmans. Thurs., May 23Sunbeams Worship; 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 8:45: r. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School.. 10 a. Al.
Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Morning Worship 11 I il m.Training Sunday School. 10 a. m.
Dinner was served outdoors and OA meetings. ,a. m. 6a: .. W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship a. I
Services Held Worship. Training Union 6:15 m. Eve Morning Worship, 11 a. nvTralnlrg
and. attended by fifty membersof : p. Union 7 p. in.
Mills services I
'I By Dorothy : Sunday School. 10a.
the family. We wish Mr. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday 7:30: Prayer .Evening Service 7:30: p. m. ning Worship 8 p. m. Union, 6:30: p. n. !
Phone 473-4518 11
m. Preaching a. m.
In Union Church i and Mrs. Thomas many more STARKE Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes-;. Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday night service Evening Service, 7:30.: Prayer I

happy birthdays.Mr. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. night< -7:00: p. m. Family Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come Training Union, 5:45 p. m.7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.I Meeting Wednesday 7:87:
Robert Newton Crawford, and Mrs. Rudy Sapp entertained \ Morning Worship at 11: ser- Night. let us worship together Rev Evening Worship, 7 p. m.I 1. Parker, pastor. p. m.-Rev. R. H. Duties I
of died Saturday IIOPT BAPTIST CHURCHSunday Everyone welcome Elder!: *
82 Lawtey Allen Price, pastor I
their little daughter, mon, "Christ The Only Hope. pastor.
morning In a Macclenny hospital Rhonda, on her first. birthdaySaturday School. 10 a, m.; Intermediate Sandwich Supper ROPE BAPTIST CHURCHElthwar A. O. Flynn, pastor. : CHURCH OF CHRIST' !
after an extended. illness Morning Worship 11 a. m':: I ( 100 at Th arena? PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
night with a family 5:30: p. m. Training Union IIEILBRON.V BAPTIST
Born In Charlton County dinner at their home. About Training Union 6:30.: p. m.; 6:15.: Evening< Worship, eandiy School: 10 .. m. Sunday Senor 10 a. m FIRST FRESBTTEItlAJt Sunday: Bible Study 10 CHURCH IIIWAY N.

Oa. on Nov. 18, 1884 he wasa 25 members c of the family enjoyed Evening Worship 7:15: p. m.; 7:30: :; sermon, "David's Chargeto Mtfrnlng Worship.-ll a.. m. Morning Worship, ,11 *. m Sunday School 9:45 m. it. m.; Morning Worship and
retired farmer and a mem- Ice cream and cake with Wednesday evening Prayer Solomon." Training 'Union-6:30: p. m. Pre-Benrlow: .Booster( ,Jsentt: ; Communion Service 11 a. m. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. j
Union Primitive Service, 7:30: p. m., with choir Young People Morning Worship 11 a. m. Morning Worship. 11. Training 'j
ber of the Rhonda. Monday Youth Choir, 7 ,Evening Worship 7:15 and,, P iySerylcel. r Evening services 6:00.:
Baptist Church. Happy birthday to little practice.?following the service.' p. m lri i: :: fl.p. "" m. ''tvenlp* I youth: fellowship 6 p. m. Wednesday Worship servo Union 7 p. m. Evening Serv- I
Dawn Joiner her second Attendance at Homecomingof Wednesday Prayer Meeting Nigh Choir Practice Wednesday. vice. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer I
Surviving are two daughters, on Wednesday ; yvayerBervlces Wol"fhlp, 7i m. Midweek ice 7 Minister ,Jack P. j
Hope Baptist Church on '' I p. m. Service. 7:30 Rev. L. Tommy
I : -
birthday. : 7:30: m. Church Choir 7:30 Rey. 8 .1
Mrs Martha Green of Lawtey p. -:- : ,p.. m. Service. Wednesday. 7:30: p.m.
excellent p
Sunday May 12. was Bell
and Mrs. Roy Patrick Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crosby with, 99 present at Sunday! Practice, 8:30.Thursday: Merle. Packham.; pastor. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. pastor. Rev. Robert D. ]Burch Howe pastor.
s sonville; three sons, Stanley and son of Ocala were guestsof Weekday Bible .. .
Cecil E., and A. J. Crawford\ his parents, Mr. and Mrs. School, an over-capacity attendance Class, 10 a. m. Visitation, 7 VtRST" aaapTMTRI.V! fOf nnn 'I "

All of Lawtey; one brother,) L. A. Crosby Sunday. at morning worship p. m. iS'T.'RKEI I ,
Joe Crawford Jacksonville:I Mrs. Elwood Padgett and and many "homecomers" remaining I West Weldon St. and liar I II I

five sisters Mrs. Christian Rev. M. D. Medelras are on for the covered, dish FIRST METHODIST lord Rood.; II
I Your Future
Howard Mrs. Klzzle Chlsm the sick list this week. We lunch on the church grounds. CHURCH STARKE I Sundar School: 10:00: L m. An Investment In ?

and/ Mrs. Torte Hodge all of wish them a speedy recovery.Mr. Mothers honored by presentation Sunday Church School,I 1100 a. m. :Morning Worship:

St. George. Ga.; Mrs. Lissie and Mrs. Barney Eggers of corsages during. the 945a.: m.; Morning Worship, 6:00: p. m. C. A, Services: 7:00:
Wolfe Jacksonville: and Mrs. and children of Jacksonville morning service> were Mrs.1 11:00: ( a. m: Snack Supper for p. m. Evangelistic Services. ATT'EI .ec &ii :riL

Route Hoffman, Plant City. visited her parents Mr. and Horace Roebuck oldest mother MY?. 6:30: p. m.; MYF Meetings Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Mid-
Mrs. T. N. Norman Saturday present; Mrs. Ceillta Lee 7; Evening Worship 8. Week Prayer Meeting ,

afternoon. youngest and Mrs. Melanar I Monday Methodist Men's Pastor: Lester F,
e. t
u? .t
Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez Hersey mother with most I Club 7 p m.: Wesleyan Sub- son.' ," ".
and daughter-- -,-Mrs.- Linda- MUr- children present at the ser I DIstrIct MYF Meeting In Lake Rlohard.1 YrGa'.''. .:rc, .*.....w .

t ray and son of Jacksonville vIce-five. A corsage was presented Butler 7:30.Tuesday: Church Or JCMM ,,"

Mr. and Mrs. Coy Alvarez of to Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan I Wesleyan Ser-. Latter-day Saints P. > "

Palatka, and Randy McOowen. affectionately known as vice Guild with Installationof 1416 East Call St.] I ;<, > VPLAcDTY/

were dinner guests of Mr. and "Miss Ploy" in recognition of Officers. 7:30: p. m. Services: '

.1 Mrs. Walter Alvarez in Mac- her many years of service 'to' Wednesday, Prayer Meet- Priesthood, 8:45: ; Sunday

clenny Sunday. the church and the community Ing and Bible Study, 8 p. m. School 10:00: Sacrament.
Mrs. Loyd PaiJigrett' visited as a school teacher Sun- Thursday Chancel Choir 11:00.: I P'
.../ .. "Thou wilt keep him hi whose mind' is }
her mother, Mrs. Emily Watersin day School teacher and other Rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. Branch President :;},};,,f perfect/ peace stayed! on ;;
rl I
Lake Butler Sunday. Her church activities and. as 8 Friday Junior Choir Rehearsal Dean Hansen, 964-8278. # thee. Because he trusteth in thee." I Isaiah 26.3 ,
.1 Ask brother Jimmy Waters, Is token of the high regard the 3 p. m. I Iresp.on.dent -
home from Germany. community has for her. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH s "The peace of God which passeth alt' understanding/ / shall/ keep s
t > -.J
The church two
Charley and Mr.son and and Mrs.Mrs.Bobby Marie) Crosby Ellx- new members. Mr. and Mrs.I Is not wise enoughto Sunday School, I*., ... m. -> : your hearts and minds through Christ/ Jesus." Pliillipians AH

BernIe McGee who came into: come up with somethingeach Morning\ Worship 11 a. m -Tf-H
son of Gainesville were guests ", ,%: well
E the membership on Sunday. week borrow some
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby I Evening Worship ?!::5H> p. m
Sunday afternoon.Mr. COMMUNITY!\ HOUSE Quotations from the great Prayer ;. striving. He has however promised that amid the tumult and strifeH <>
Johns Community residents of all thinkers of the 'ages.' This Meeting: 7:30: p. m
and Mrs. O. E. Crosby ages are welcome at 'the The- week we'll quote John Buskin Wednesday-'Rev. J. C. Hes k. would give us an Inner peace if we let Him live in our hearts.:
and Mrs. J. L. Johns were In ters, pastor.
ressa Community House for who said this about divine
Jacksonville Monday after Learn about this: unusual peace offered to all (freely. '
.. the recreation period beginning service: "Unless we perform
About this question: NORTHSIBK BAPTIHTLocated '
noon. at 7 divine service with every willing

t.. "The' increasing rate of) Mrs, Bertie Williams of evening. act of our life, we never on JBATMM: jflrii-! 1 + .

travel accidents by airplane Jacksonville Pat Kelly of able for pinUdrpangbnsketball perform It. at all." way [BR 2351 at Ralfo rd.Road g< ? b'?> '
... Starke and Mills Kelly and and softball. If you prefer to ISR[ 16J.] Services: Hund-i I
and auto frightening.
are family\ of Lake City were be a spectator, come out towa.tch YY YT YYYT YY 9 Scoot, 10 a. m Sunday
Does the Charley E. Johns guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. the Trlest Softball team Moaning Worship, 11 '... m

Agency have that combination Crosby Sunday. which practices at the Com- NEWS\ ABOUT Training Union, 6:30: p. m.:!
Travel Accident
munity House on Monday Evening Service 7:30.: Mid: iJSS58
Baggage Policy which covers USDA County evenings. WeeK Prayer Service,Wednesday I ri

sickness, injury or Defense Board SOFTBALL TEAM SERVICE MEUWULLLWWAVAa1 7:30.: ::Rev. Glenn Lawton $$1 t
death of the travelers and Owens Joist squeezed past ( pastor, ,.
theft or damage of personal Attends Meet the Triest team, 6-5 last t 4E Dit Oiunh tad'r appal did tgnuy In iMimiM ; M ?

belongings?" n Thursday. Triest collected 12 i I DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH for spreading Iho hno !idgi ol Hh Int r _
Bradford USDA County De- hits in this game the leading 'BROOKEB for man and of air dtmond for man to rtipondto elw r vA
Johns hitter being Al Waddell with Capt. Oliver H. Asplnwall thai love kt loving nit neighbor. Without '{,for lam' u
Charley fense Board personnel attended formerly of Starke recently Sunday School. 10 a. m. e
4 for 4. Tonight Triest meets m.1 phi pounding In Itit. Ion al boil,no govim- da
a meeting in Tavares on returned from Vietnam on Morning WorshIp 11 a. i ,
Agency i Noegel's) at West Side Park. In mini or witty or way ol Hlo Mill long -
May 15, according to Mrs. leave to be with Training Union 6:30: p. m. i'l' t ..
St. Starke. emergency (H'ttvtro' and Mo trndomi nthith wo hold u f o ,j ,
131 S. Walnut Evening Service, 7:30. Rev.
June Chapman Chairman. : s1
his Sara followingthe
wife Alice rt
I door will
InivllabV poriih. Thonfon, arm Fyd / p {
of three held PERSONALS Lacy .Conway pastor i o y '
p 961-5070 This one
PHONE was birth c of their third child & "
Recent guests of Mr. and from o ulDUi point ol claw ono should luppoil ,
..., Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan were I I David Brian on May 3. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH i Mho Chunh for Itio lako ol tin wean ol him- 1 f'wfQ"' yy.r"rf "kn "d' ;d'
Capt. Asplnwall has.returned nil and hit Tom W. Ityond" Mal, howivor, '
Hardee Sullivan's *
Mr. g
Henry Sunday Services:: Sunday' }
Southside Church of Christ cousin of Lake City on Sat to Vietnam' and will l com-' School 9:45: a. m. Morning I i o'viry groan ihould uphold end portliipolo InHio J, "'. rl n ,
his tour September.
plete "
urday; Mrs. Parker and His wife and children resideat Worship 10:45 a. m. Evening I Oiunh b'ocouio It tolls ttio truth shoal Vt , ,
daughter of Hampton on Saturday Service 6:30 p. m. Midweek noel tlo,drain and doiliny, Mho truth which ? ,{,yy, .v r v

Invites You To Hear. /I ; and Mr. and Mrs. Nashville 1718 Tenn.Beechwood Ave., Service Wednesday 7:15: p. 'i alarm will sot kirn fso to Tiro os'o child ofCod. '' e.. a'r'' v ,,, '

.1 Percy Sullivan of P&latka on m. Charles Reese, minister It

"The Gospel of Christ" i I. Sunday afternoon.Mr. Sgt. Ray E. Williams, son of MW
iI and Mrs Floyd Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Williams CHURCH OF GOD ,
kr of Starke attended Homecoming 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. ,I
Route 1, Starke, was II I
I I at Hope Baptist Church
iI, awarded a letter of appreciation Sunday School. 10 a. m. Wor- I
d k, Sunday. ship Services. 11 a m. and
while serving with the !
yl I I ;
4 Mrs. James Davis and her 1st Aviation Brigade near 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting I _- _

I I cousin Mrs. Robert Cox of Orange Long Binh Vietnam on April Friday 7:30: p m.-Rev. L. S.!

4a 4h rI Park were In Macolenny III >14''WWII' Williams, pastor. -

on Friday to visit Mrs. Davis' Sgt. Williams earned the This Feature. Published in the Interest of a' B tt Community by the Follow--
mother Mrs. Marian Gnann. '
award for outstanding ::
A recent guest of Mrs. R. M. in Civic-Minded Firm.-
>g Business
I as wlreman with 225>th Avia- BAPTIST CHURCH :
.11' and. family was
Hersey ,
tion Co.ofbrlgades 223rd Avia Sunday School, 10 a. m.; --
her sister Mrs. Betty Blair of tion Battalion. A 1966 grad- Morning Worship Service 11 STARKE BUILDERS
I Edwards
Perry.Mr. and Mrs. Denver Dever- uate Bradford( High School, a. m.; Training Union 6:30: FAULKNER I Grocery &
he entered the Army in June P. m.: Evening Worship 7:30: ,
SUPPLIES Inc.Featuring
ick and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mkt. .
1966 and was stationed at Fort p. m.
BrInson were In Gainesville SINCLAIR SERVICE
I last Tueusday evening. Jackson. S. C. before arriving Prayer Mooting, Wed.. 7:30: I Ace! HardwareComplete
\ Mr. and Mrs. Price Fisher overseas in May 1967. p. m.; G. A. Meeting Werf.. U-HAUL RENTALS Paint SoppUM

and her sister Mrs. Garfield I BM13! Edward- W. Grover B 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal Gas & Oil Bud Sporting. Qood"CHECK .

Johns and son, Grady Williamson -I 303M9, Box 76 B, PT ip. USN Wed.. 7:30: p. m.: Brotherhood Truck --.. Trailer Ph. 964-5312 Starke Fla. WITH US FIRST"
enjoyed a fishing trip meeting last Mondayin ,
FPO San Francisco
to St Augustine on :Monday.Mr. SA Danang., Calif. 96695. each font 'K r. David Complete Lubrication 219 Washington St. 9844270
and Mrs. Walter Ddbson I I
C. L. Overturf, Evangelist Medeiros, partor.
and !her father, Mr. Alford, of I
Minor Lawson Meat MarketAND
Sanderson, were Saturday tWYnr1r; vi.e

MAY 19-IS- : NITELY afternoon' visitors of Mr. and. EVANGELISTIC CRUSADE COLD STORAGEWe
Mrs. Herbert Clovereettle. 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899
Mrs. Doyle Hersey and Mrs.R. OF STA KE, INC. Specialize In Custom! Slaughter

Mt 3 Mi. South of Starke on 301 M. Hersey Jr., were shop- U.s. 301 NORTHPh. Inc> ; Cutting ft WrapplDlrJ -
For Deep Freese
ping in Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. Morgan Road Baptist Chapel

Sun. A.M.-The Proof of, Discipleship.Sun. s and Mrs. Elmer Fulst- DOYLE CONNER 964-7600 Starke, Fla.' PHONE.. 964.7059FLORIDA

P.M.!\ -What; The Church Must Do( to He Saved. hum of Palatka were Saturday -- .- ,
visitors of her sister, Mrs. MAY 19.26. "
Mon.\ P.M.-Why Study The Old Testament? Percy Sullivan Jr., and fam Insurance Agency

Tues. P.M.-Uy Whose Authority? ily. On Sunday the SullivanJrs. I BRADFORD COUNTY
and Percy TH visited her Christ The Only S.A.V.E
Wed. P.M.\ -Saved I hy Grace.
and his
at Florahome
parents .i s ka TELEGRAPH
Thurs. P.M.!\ -Unity Among Hrethren. parents at Palatka. Hope R With Your Mutual\ Agent : PEST

Fri. '.!\ .-Can I Find The Church That Jesus Dinner guests of Miss Dor-
othy Mills on Saturday even- 222 N. Temple Ph. 961-7369 Phone 961-6303 ONTROL

t:' e Built? Ing were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Youth Services
Sat. P.M.:\ -Casual Seeker at The Strait Gale. Mills, Jr. and Lori. Jason and Nightly -
Todd of Jacksonville Beach: 6:00: P.M. A light snack will v .. Printing-Office Supplies ., ft CHEMKAL. CO.

Dear Friend: Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof be served during this time. oJe'' ;t i L Charley E. John
Several year have passed since I lived and worked In Palatka. y ,

;your onimunity. However, the pawing' of year have not THINK ABOUT IT Agency 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
changed my desire for your spiritual well-bring-. I look This Is a little feature Nightly services 7:30: P.M. Phone 964-5745 for FREE

.- forward to your J presence at the series of meeting we which, through the kind indulgence Nursery will be open each GENERAL!: INSURANCES BRADFORDABSTRACT Inspections & Estimates
f of the we night.
will have Bring your Bible, and let us reunon together editor Rev. Frank
: No>odjr But Nobody CndenelbCharley
would like to include each Company
qQ' Shell
un tile *fli'liiK. / that determine our eternal deiitliiy.Slnrerely WelchEvangelist .
week worthwhile
-some brief but B.
Jotuw AffencJ1SI 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST
R /; thought that might ALL WELCOME
In-Hhton day give food ; .. Ilwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 964-611]
: your or Walnut ... 9C4-6070/
/f'. I- Osertorf..ir. ,I| for thought Since your cor-I .. "" .- j.. .. Starke,. Fla., Ph. 9G1-CSS1 SOX B.. Walnut Stern


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TIfliltSDAYMAf 18. 1968 BRADFORn rotTNTV RUr.I1'R"pn. R n1r" .
_SFCT'ON 3 ..AGItS: !

Nodes Cor of Tux Application, Msheat. bldiler< .at the court house VICTOR S. CAMPANBLLA, either $1.000 or |5,000 ea..h.1 fnotructlc-n of flruintt'.iiuil' \ l)tw'rlptlon Owner Taxm: DcHcrlptlon Owner Taxes
0.001II. Aoor' on the flist Monday in deceanedAOIICH. datud. March 1, iutf>> beailnt" Florida, I In the ,di'nmnlnatu" I ;i"n of.
11'4.10. K.S. Month of June. 1968 which tiu TO CREDITORS Interest at a lute or rates noi either $1000 .,<>I $5,000 itch,. JIHO-Com at SW 3181-A-N JO' of WA 1 ';:
NOTICE IS ;HEREBY GIVEN. 3rd day. of June 1968. All creditors of the estate ol exceeding, four and one-half per dated June 1, IdtiS. bearing interest {'"I'' of NWW of otLott&W'i4 .
that Mr Eugene Bloodaworth Dated this Victor deceased .nnum payabli at .n rate or ratcH not OtLOL2OfRhkh4In .
16th day of April S. Cuinpancllii. centum per :"WU! run i 13 4HiVFt
the holder ha of.filed the followingeertiflcateii IDAS.CHA'RLEa are hereby no titled. and l tociulretl l aenii-annualiy, un Msnh 1 and exceeding lour ..ini
Raid certificates A. DARHT to flld any clainm,. or denmmlt September: I of each year. aniliiiuturlnw tentM'n!' pnin" imini pivai>lvKemlanniiallv for POll N 2oil h335---Lunta 1 ft 2 of
for tax deed
H to be inaufcrt Clerk of Circuit Court ol which they inuv Imve aKuinHI serially In annual InHtiillineiim (ill June 1 .nail ft, n 50) ft, S 200 nik 11 In L T & Iti
$ thereon. The certificate Bradford. ( County Florida. said. aCtatu in the uilli u( tliu on ailarch 1 of eachut December" 1 of eiu-li year and SO ft to ('014 I Ida 4.50
numbers and yearn oC Issuance, 5.! 4t B-ZJ County, Judge oc Diadford. Ooun tlu-i years Lull to IHH'I./ both niutui,ui out CDi-lally In minimi 'Inutallmvnta PdnW 22 4 U Bei C. Pntln!! '7.12! S/I xVI Mae Sherman Kilt

the description of the property vj A. ,............ ... tun Courlhuuauit I in< liiHl\' ; on June I of each 118 .A SIA' of Lot 3
and the names In which It was I. > Slui Ke. Floridalthln BLtcalendni' .' <"l Stat DoiulH' of the. yours 1971 to. llifi'i(' \', both 281(1( -Com 860' n & Hlk In I. T & 1
amenBed are a. follow: Jutlice. he Court ot me eAnn67 inontha. dom tho date RUn-: V. to bu 1 ;:..11r und: i Inclusive\ : :to'" N orV Cor COS, SID Mid State Home

Certificate No. E llrmlford In ottnty, Florida It> tnu fii'Bt uullcatlun uf tlilanutlto on behalf of thw Liuaru of PublicInatriKtlon vw"u.uuu State Sohi.nl IlnnilInfttruitlon -, of NWVt 0-f WWWN \ I no 5.70

rear <. I tusuunre 111(10D ( In re: Etat*Probate.of P.uuh claim. or duniunO uf hp'nnnto, County',, of St' Uui' 'ii> CIHIHIV, N loll' HI 311Ih-I.nts: a 4 of
$ be In ,'HI, hind l niuaiMl4Ltu rliiIda, in tu. du nom intt t Ion ui ; / l'JII.fI"'IPO" .
-cc rlptl n of Property Nof,24. mum wi 111: tor'da! In the I ncinilnatlnn ofSellc'H I W ( -> Hlk 1 of L T
sift 01 HGK/ = of 812: :% See ; 'I'D HIBNHY!:: PFA. : R. AI.J.. 1'aeed. tint place ur ruMlUuut undPC41 .. I either I.UUO oi Hi.lion(( ,itoh, ,, J. to b" I iMHUi'cl.' Itotill, oil 23 4 23 I-tilteil. State COM 8/D n Tiammon. '
:30 t-6-S. a-21-Ki. All rrdt..rj.' niul Heraurtiillnilnic ovilce atldruaii uf tliu iliiiniint ilnnil. .linn'; I. I 1'IGS. iiuurlnur luli belt. I ilf I I! if. flu'( 1 Jtf.til.,it of rul lii lu' Inn S2.3'Will D..1 .9
Name. In which uflHenHud C. 11. ( Itilina. orAnInt Demand.* hind inuut bo aw"in. to by 'rout at n IOta ur "latm not. alt h..r.Ouo\ ( nr $$6.0110 eachilut ih"U' JI""o" a II-I.!> t 8 of Tnt

& John Renta Hnlil K.Nlnlei. the clt&iiiiunt ultt. auint ut hlflattointy "XVVSll" nIf four tine! .one-half pututmuiii ..d lIt,'ih J. I 1'jdS. buirliiK. ,, I InteroHl im--Lot 12 of L T &(
All of iwld. property helnir In You ami: each <>r you are' heresy or It will bucuinu> vukliiciurdimr per" nnniini' lulLS,iLl/,it' a at H late i hr i u uiti.I u-s nnt Nat IltJI't H/D I L Z Baker $.35

the County oC Uradford. "State' notified; and requited' to pr,,- to l Ii W. "in'-anniiallv' on June 1 and. ,'".-... cllnir four uml iinu-half 1 tier' ; Kx' NV II"Ull ) III, in AlitrldwA\ 2.SIllcmalnit 8401-.t 1 of nik
,of Florida. 1 i"it any claims .itiiil ileinuTiitg. April afl. 1908 Deic-mber 1 of each year nndimitnniitf uniitnm per .annum pavableHoinl 48 In L T &.01
Unless niich certificate : which you or either or you .MAIUO UAMPANnT Bt-rlallv In annuul In- I< annuallv c>n :Mnnh( 1 t and 20G2-T..l. 9 M Hilt 1 John Hick!
Mhall. be redeemed or eortlflcatea rmiv, hiivv. HKHlnnt.I the estate of Adnilnirftratfir' .of ihu uvtntfl I MtnllniLnlH. un .1 tine I of eat.hof September' I of. etuili. year. and of Nat \\lllhinm. RIl I 1.2
according HENRY PI AIlR.\J.I. Cuniimnclhi. (the 1971 to 1089. both h Service 3408-Lot 2 of flit
to law. the 'I cloteatted of Victor S. veam unit I 11 rio uf Borlullv; I In annual InBtaDmenta S/1J '
In man. certificate Irol.ertyde..crlloed lute of .nald. (County. to the dtM'uanedThoniaii 'Inc lu ? will) tie Hold orcertificate nuntIndue of n..d'"rd' (bounty .''0: I'turo' UIIO.IIIIII( ( HI..lo1'honl' BotuliSurltH the yearn lit 1 1 lo I IMM'i( '!', both HID Sullla, Williams 9.53
the Florid; at his offlco In thepoint ALtoi,'n..y. 1 ( r.' to be iHHtlcil. for und. In"'" .i..e. 2nruil-Tut II of l hut 2 1420-W14' of Iit I Iof
hou*. o' Haul County ntStilllie P. O (Jiavvnr,' 1010 .oil I..h..lr.r the KI.IIi. of I'ulillc $1,700,000 StiLe H.,'hr.nl llnnclKS Nat Ullann:: il ) LottU(I Ma ReynoldsIoltlo \. rotc 10 & H BOOT '

I "'',,'lol11. within MIX 1'I1..k... ., l ffirtdii. I liiHlruitlon of' Putnam ('"" utly; .. ,n., ?C iHHiuil. ro I' nndII I lultut. G.4!' W >4 of Lot 2
GLASS calendar 1 inoii the from the till II' r-J 41 C.ilVotli : 1"ln"hlll." ,In Die. ,deiioiiilnnt." ofeither '.'''hll ,,1'' of t'ui' ll'iiti-i| .of I'nl.ll, Hilt 10 I L T 8 cosAlit ,.
'.r tIt. flrut ( fi.IMIII( eat'hdaud 8\V
iiulillcatlun. of thlx 11MIO or f I Itmtiuitlon" nf IIIIMI! ,CnnntvI'l'ild.i 4172-0111 .at Parmer'w Supply' S0.4J(
nut lie. lach. claim ,demandBh.ill .1 iii. I I. 1'itiH! litit" ,i'lttii IntOllmt I ofSWVi
ii NWW
PURPOSEMirrBs or .. lea 1 lu tho iliiiiii-in.! ,,"itinn I .ofi Ir .
FOR EVERY ) 'he : of it 1..1.' 0l" riltl-H HotI'XiicillnK 10 I- Lot. II of nikIII
In wrltlnv. nnil, almllxtnte lit II ItllH | "run I N] Din : .
.0110'"I' ;r.; ( each
$ I $ 000
Ithei .
1' I.INi. I "r ,
the, place%' of realdcnie' '' and fur. n" four' and" one-half .p, iinliitil ,, i FI t foi I'"B. N lion' I 111 L T &COS .
12)1.111. I..M.> ditid .l tiniu I I. rum lnMulnn I inMl Bill Klomlea 28.45Krneit
post nfflie HddrcHM. of t itt. cia I in- IM'.KI.HV; fllVIIV: |1"1' annum pn\a1ili Henilatinuallv ( I- I '..'ill. nl a late, itiuitt I'M mil( i"I. D I nu( Ft" H 2'io( ,\.h
N: nTK'l IS I !
inl l 'mil Khali In Lo hV ., on .i U iii. I and I l'oI'"nh'I' *- ,
HWOI mid,' I"V 00 Ft ToTo :a 118-VV'Xj' of LotH 1.
I four nnhalf I
that Ml, ('arl, I II" r t 10" exo cdlriK pellentiim
the .ilalmam hl.. his ( I nf "h lit"t and niulullnttmilallv .. I IS 40.Tcliil
n"ent. hilldor of thn fiillt' .wlMNTicrtirii .. at 3i I pei nimliin. paxahli, roil S3 n 23JII7I lleynolilH Kal 2 of ninclc 24
FOR EVERY PURPOSE .attorney a nil, any mil'h <'hit in ortiiinnnn ( In iiniitiiil' .. mel itlitut-itlu. .. ,,,, I' bitIng n.r 11 &
hilt .
( nniiiillv I
'aifK I IIIIK riifii, MIIiii '''''lln- **"ml- "in : 1 Lot, In NW'tof .rh q
of the ftI'J71
not no fllud Khull be oil 1 .I IlllH1 1 of eilch VMltl .
.. of t-uii-l, li andtuiilillluK Why ) N AH
I I" IMmi n.r 1 v in i-
for i lax tliM'd tn I J Demi.In .
r'nl.-M n ; HW'i a*
Vil 111. I ; I ,to, 1'lH'i!', Ion'h l, ,| | iniluHlxn,
Thn) .111'.1.I '. .> Hcrlallv III nniilial di- In I. T Coil!
Ihern'ii i-i-i .
'i" I ItoiidH.el I liei-d Illr 70 I'll &
SHEA'SGLASS Ralph PearHaitAn $:i7r:,.lion((( Slal Sihool I JR
W Allen Et
\ of lHmtiini.itI sl.\ln""I.\ ( on. .1",,,* 1 i,1' .iaihnf ADD
vTecmur of the LnBt Will numbers unit yearn -{ ''Io.H( P" I lo (lie. Untied. fir. and. onIxlmir :nil 1 I'x: I L/\' I In 7.38
unit< Testament of. I dCHI rllllllill ..r HIM nrnmlMunit of. 110,- I Mould of Public 1 the I vfiiim.. 1'I7I) lo i'ini(. hi.I 111 :Nat, WIII"/'I/I'. / 23 II 23) .. 4.DBlimililliiii .1181-rVita 1. & 14. .

CO. tinVllY:- FMJAUSALL) .dOMMlHetl.4t the numuH In whUMi' It was I tutu) rni.I (Ion. nf I IllKhhindH I Conn- Inc liiHlvo, 'II7II( ( -I'oni nt HWC ( lIeUI o-f. llllt L '1' : :
HHaOHHI'll "'" IIM ft"lloWH. : {17..; (""(" Ktntci. "Sc-lnnl' lionilitSui ,
4t 6-21 tv I 1.'ln'loln. In the .noiiilniillnnr ., .. s-i of ofs lit COS Add. Looter J Prevail
r''rllrh'nl", No. :11Yiar 1 15,01111 .."...h.llIt..1 ( 'lea M, to bu lHHiii'0.. fi"i .a..mi .r NW' 7.88:11T..18
( noil ul
eltlui-" | '
37Z.4315J7Z.43SJ of I NSUiLfli'hi 1\160\ ( 1313 N.W. 4th Place i\ <'ni""it' .11 ix.irx roiiiri Hi'Mi'"ilptlnn uf I'uipiMly, I I I'! GO 1 late or ,inliH not I .. .pf I'linllUH( "Cnunty, N 210: l-t, 1) nil I 1.: &) of Hlk 1(1(
\ ,v\i> roil 'hiLt ) .' nn. .r l.i.l I 1:1:I Hill( 1(1( lyawtfy i:. uf I'Xiitdjiiic' .. nt four II and,, OIK-half piri 1"loll'lola I lu i Ihu(, .11'11",1",11, I Ion, ol "Ft 1 fi.r' I I''l"lIt N SimFt I L 1/COH ADD France! Whltehead 17.25
G..i.m.. I i(4) H '
I UI> %i-v. riomuv ollhitluiiii rn$1nin'',' iinli, Kt. 2IMIM .
RR. I :: ,
pii\ablo ; I 14(1( Ft of
1__ In li. I ..tlllt..f \iimA. In whh'h aflHitHHtd Sum- Mninl-nnnu.illv entuni. .. |llii. l( on annum' March' 1 1 and. ..1.,1I'h. : 1.h '1 1'nN: biailtiM. .: IntttcHt W SO I't '1'001 t.U.-.J' Lot I I

(IC' ''ro-'' I I'flt Si.picmiici' '' 1 of iMii'h >"ear and' nt a rot. .nt. "u-iui'uu,. not l-i 2 0 2: ( Snlltli 0.31 II I-III I.'t.r'1 Ft of Lot. &

> All of Hah! pruporly' linlnir In unit "tittitig, ..rliill\Iy In aniiilal In- ..".,....11"" fiUtiIi /ill n in'-half Iii-' Illh7-Tl----4"uutt SW F II HI! Ft Of N2

I thn .'...."Iy, ol' B'.II.II'.I.' . suite'f I MtiL.ltiiK\ a on Minh, I of f.in'II ,entiim per' minimi' IiilYtt. lie I 1'.1'1' HW, I 15 Ft of Lot ::1 I of lllkPI
-. ......, I botlitn ,Mil-atiniially. I on )Vlitcli, ( I and :'' M I N.I .I.loneaAdd
k ,I r I the vi-arn, I 1'I71! I lo I'lH'l. i'r.:: : : In
ServIngFkrldaSince IfnleHH. Htioli i.prtlflralo or IMTtlfli'atoM "- I clu i ilve.; !pouliflltuiut-u-(. I .of cu-h,.. % nl, .a. mlimitililnif ; N 9W: rI:1211.G5' l Mealy' L Proctor 9.41

I I shall' lin I r..leo.1, .! in" $11111.11"0(( ( ( .State I" "Si liool noiulKSnilcx rlallv In nimtil u i I inMtallmeiiifr : TO i !
1950: 'I lonllnir! tn lit\v I tho itropoltvill II I, |I.it be. iHKlieil'" for nut. fIn Mtuili. I .of cm h 7V. H 9.7ii':I 1"1 76', :llsilils: J 1 A 'I of

I91 .. .HI.,:11..'.' In .1I..h oil. tin? ,.,ute or oil bihiilf' of I 111, Ii..r. ,! I''hllo'l ol (Mm ,.t-ttIti. I 1171 t I to. I I'lM'! '. (.utul Ill 1 11176': in 1'01 82 0:3 Clinlllu S I.olt.Tefrin U720 lOut. I In 't'dlbihtIu'(4itului | A I.iawutn', '114.90

greeting ervtce. Dno. ....I'lirirntoN will hinolil' 'In 'HIP I n.U..in..\IIui i n"l .' liiuihla", Cnuiily I Ii.i-lu8lv I .': JIHHMI I -M: rotir I
liottHoi Stal "Hcliool, I llomlHSet ,, 'iv'I .
''iIiIiiNt. hldili at I Iho i <>nrt 1"ln'II1. (In di'imiiilimtliiu, uCeltlui $1 4'iliilU'l( 1IIIH--W: run Ft of
... .1 i,,,in,ihifl I thn fliNt lI\"n.I.1V\ In $5111)11, )(, I'liih.dnld let J tn be |It-Ho-u I Cur undoil 4ul' or N IM.T: ofs U.t, N A W nil 1>'tof .
f IHIM I "! ol :
.. .. .. ... ill11. ; \::\: nI.I':i i I-u: of .
i till
.. ., .." ; ;
,' I" ihuItuurul of U1".lr.tI"n
.. .. ... Mouth or .i"tII.O. lint I wlih h I Miuli(I ;1 I I. I I'HIS( betii' 'il'hut' ; I Nl., ...r Lo-t. II ofHlk
I Ii'I'.l: diiv of. .lutio' 1'MHTviteil Inl""ul" nt I a tale, I or, 'IIUMH notxieedlnM I ,.. nf. JHi-owiiid. Coiint\ Lin\le\'" I 1.1: In HW" ID 1 In TimjlenAdd
t tlilH 1 lit It diy or Anill190S I .- .: four and. ono-hnlf per "KbM-lda, In tlm lliailnutloii. ( of 'i of )hW V III2111 Margaret 28.!'
$".ODD( lulluittint ) : 8 & n..1
payable either lnnn or > 2 2 J.II.
CordiallyWelcomes fiTAHi.r'! ) A nvnnyPlfMl' : uuuuul-tltuhi nlllm i ,, Oilily Per (annum ill Minh 1 und 1..1 .111''''' 1, 1IHIK (In",in'Inu; IIItiiiHt ,M.t( Un I l 1, 03 81192-- IrfitM. 7. 8, 1 &
Mrs. Carolyn I : : nf r "M'tlll I I'nlllt ofHriulfoul I of "iinli \ui'tIlIi" laul at 11 lilt" ul" ,iiiliu.. no* 2II')7) ('nm nt NW III .' ItIK :lit!
(fnunlv I Pliiililii. .. S.itutihit-r", ..1111'111"' Meilallv, In ,annual, lu41 ..xiHcdlnir. futiluuiii. line, half' 'piriiilitiim 10""-.if KWi'i of .. I'lH-kH Add. ; Mela 52.41

Eaves ".-2 ii 5-2.1: ,ul( 1I1I\"t.I, nil VI l mil, I of enchof I ,, per Mniiuni, ,. ptivalil' HW'I' At 1"'I/ inn M r"rl<
Representative I tho' Miirn I I'171!( In 1'IHII), both HI..ml-anniiiillv. I *>n .lune, I anil ,' n I run I hI.i, n 17B4 Lot. 1. 1of
I till.'I lll-iVi] I Her" -emlii,( 'i I nf c'm'"It .vein', u' and, /ll I21,9 I : FI H 1,0 llllt :::1:1:: In .I Mli

Ph. 964.5C12 You and Your iv 'IHIni: < iir toiitT inIlll > -- 11 Nil.'lino( Slatis, hnnl riolidHSIIIIH ( nun, t"ui'Inn xeilallv" In annual. I nib Inil I W lino Ft N lin Add. llx: W

I "1'1: > ... 1I1t'1.\I. <'IIII II lo (lni iHfml foi, nndi ill""'HIM on .I inn- I nl\ Ml Ft to I I'OII I I I11W I.;in noof LOIM 1 & inniJ P L Benton 29.44
N. St Family to Your .. I !l71 I to I I'lS'l." liolliIm
122 Bay I III'. 1% .\ Il toll I.I.IIV; i iii hi hall of thi. noiiiil, of I lIt veam.." 2J 4 2: li, Mlh d,lug 1.81 : -new, nt NDCor
Starke New Home I oi >'11 ri.ctmiixHIJ nf Hay 1'1'11101"1 liiHlviHOO 3 7111( I dun ',
I I liiHliiictlnn i Si,'llonl, TlnnilsHerlea lit NW Ht until'
$ ,.(O'llJ) ( Hlate 'ul
< .\ ><>. hI'482i1S'ITI :! : j Klmldi.. In( Illi-I ."."" lo I". \\,1.. fir. .anilon I .. 1 ( lOin 1.1 i
II. ..I Il
', : HOVUU I I OF II: >LCA cithi'i Sl.'iOO' or |3iuu( eec ,. I llniird of. Puliln 5551.r.t.nl..r" ( N (
In half. of the 1 IIU 71' 101'V 71
1-illN! OF1 l'LUUIIu I body cur .ilatMil I Minh.. I. 1'IOH' liearlnK. I In- ; limtruuilon. of I Illllslmi I I I I ..oimlinunlv (111" l.'i. 1 1 (. Ftfol I Mil I..t.
of Florida \poialo undwi Sec tlona. ::1 t 'mid IS ', at a lute ur r'H notixoedlliH I ,. I I'OII I, (lIlt MeClellan 19.06IiMIul4"uun
The State 1 .: ti-riU < Plorldi. : In Hi I id" mini" Won POl 29 6 23 Dewey .
ol Aittel.I I II I of lIt.. I l-onstllu oiiii-half,( pel
fmii and Inn of eltlii i $1.nun( ( or ,, H 1 inn( PI. i I.J i noi ) ,
lion or the, Stato. of Florida' "lentillii, 1"1'" i ,iinttuin, pavabli,. ,Unit., I (.i u-ui b. .dniiil.. linn.... I I. PMIK i 1"1.< N I mo i-t I iii I nt Nl! .
i nndSipletnl.ii .11" Cor of Silof! -
It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and i'lalntirr. m-iiil-iiiinuiillv. on luuru-li: liMiilnn, Intel, i-Ht :it lulu lii' I'OII !>jZ7IH II 2:! .,' '" II"'' L, tnrtliy (JSIJlld :
undiiuilui "f..I;: N I': tt innN 2r 0
v. \ I of inh year :: ;: :: : ,' and, '
To Acquaint You With Your City.If THR 8TATI3 01.' FLORIDA Hiilallv I In. 'nimiial( I InBtatlnuntR Ill, i cM nit" i-xi"' thU' 1 Lot In nil' I"t .ill I I.', for I I
I Inw ,,.h..lr.. lii, ti lIt luil" annum' '(5
ut. ul.. on Mai"rth I of i'iaaIiif "" Iit'ltt- ( '' 111'r' of 1 ii/; of 1-1)11 then Itun
.1.luniI -
both payubli. at,nil-aiilinultv nn of MOVj: of HW" 1(10( Ft H 100( Ft IIlhtOlctNfiul
liefcndanta, the yean 1 11171! to 1'iS'i!I !', I fIr u-ti-Il. vt-ti I' .
onJ)...n 'io snow c.n !II.J: I and I Hoc ember helm I ) : I Pt :
I II 10'I.t 1
you are new in the area a phone To the. :Mute,< of Floruit. and thaaovcral IniliiHlve t irtUHto( ( State Sihool: UnndrtScrloB und .miiturlnit, I iicrlnllv.funi1 I I In.of unuuiiltUMtallmentM each by 60' ) 23 .4 22 ] Riotous HomeHInu WfuOIctN I loFt ;

"r""ly, onem' 11 1 1, tit be iMHued, for ii nut I on 1171 u to 118'(' G.1 1 To 101 29 t 22 p N Thomas e/o

call will bring you a prompt visit ing or claiming,, any on in.half of the. Hoard. ', of 1 Public vear both inehul of the live years, a inure .lompleteduHirlptlnn ,, 8711: -llew nt Nncor I J Thomas : 9.86

tint.I I or' I ore rest I In tho 1>h"V-1 I Instruction of Manatee County of mild, into uhIl belnKcontained of H'4'( of SW4of S820-2I-Com a. t Nnc :. :
el ty to lie .frc..d. hy In I the denomination, of ) heielnuhd NI'1'j of HWlt' I of of I
Florida I I th u-h petition ( HUH
from local hostess.!' Please give iKHtiaiii' a Lv the State '".noo() each. I In .. 11' -
your either $1 linn( ) or > the -exhlblt .atiulieil I I inereFPIITIIIUI linn W 1SM', 1 H 1 Nra'4 run W
if 1 Education of 1'linlclii. .. u dated' .lune I 1'HIH! helirlnit In- haltS') )! 1 181: .75' II)', 81;&; GO

her a call! She has maps and many of body riorlda corporate. of the :State'< turit' : nt a. rate or :inteH: notexieedliiw tOi'J'n: | M : OHIiriUIthat : N I iiU.87 loll 2 6 22 nrown 5,92 for n 1-on \
puiHllant I to Hectlona four and one-half per Jlnllll
( I umeen S loo' W lu
I onler' !i'u'" vmlillBhed run .
thlB I
( I o' .
1 I' or lctt 11
8 and. 18 of Aitlda XII ci'iitiim, PIT( annum. payable\ thru. ..fl.iiltl i I ut 2H07-1 N 100K 80 Tu
and wonderful gifts for of the f-oiiMiliiulon I t of i'Ii-Idt' Henil-nnnunlly "u .i tune 1 nndIx.ieml.ir Oi hti't-l( hili.iu.'d Ik I 2 H.lfr.1II. ,
free you '" nut 21 0 22 J W AlvareiA
::: : l we pit sin a iieWMuaim .. POl 40.3
of 51.71I.UIO( Suit.i. MthooiItondt 1 .of enih vear und\ hUt'lutriliui of PuvKradford tlU Noli I.nlrow... 2'U' .
from local businesses. .. iHHtiud. I for and on behalf matin,'Inir oorlitllv In ,annual,, Inutiillnieiits In -----It of ri. I Iliownrilinluinliln 222-N'!' nr NW'4 ,1S22.A'-4'utun lit RWC.r
of the Iloardx, of J'lihlloInHtrmtliin on June 1 of .."d n I 1 ll-ixal. I Iliruanrtn. : "r of Nl i-I! >,4 nf

I J llrailfoid I ::; : t'onnly of' Hay, Brevardt'ounty County, of luuuItuaiVu'$7.OOtu.liul liltvunrul,' lIlt ti.> l11R9.( both I u .. I HU'blniiilil. Undo, I MIllaliimiimH. Manatee( Indian EX Ir: N I''I 1.'t NI'4 28 8 2 I M..r"/r"l HlY (',1".)' 21.4') SIt'270-. For of. NITN 101 N

Bioward, l County Columbia ,:;. ( Slate 1 Si,'h", <>l Honda( I LI vtu1.cnru IJlnella andst 2U2H-1 Lnt belll 50K"1 120- 60'

I'..unty. I>ade. County, Ki-rlcM' I I. to .be iHHllid. for. andnn hnntte, I Puinam Floildn I ,. tlm first pubHi lUG FI N W 120 to POl 29 2 Hilly Orlffln 4.3
I.uu-le' GO 1"1 ,I-: W i
'Ini\til I Pouiitv. Hernando01111( hehnlf of tile Honid, of PublicInHtriu earb nf still' newapnpcra ly I :W1-A| -Heir IB' \V
l\'. llliililandH I County KIllH- I .tlnn of Tirevnrd" I'ounty, 'atlon In be not 1 lees "'"" Ivlnl &h.I" In Niul & IIO'Niif HKCorof

JACKSONVILLEBusiness I lioiotmh. Cou-nty. I Indian I Klviriounty : 1"1'! l Ida, In the rtennmlnntlon I each of /twintv, '' (to(20)) ilny prior. to thedate lr of SI Vt1 ofNwt4 cfNI.u4 WV4' of NI'1'.1'

I Manatee County either .I.UIIII I (( nr. JT noo herclnabov. net 1 for toe MIii '% of NlO'-i' N .
Orange County J'utnam ( '''''n.. ,",I..I.ll1n,' I I. I I9HR' licarlna Inteieot ,i 'Inn. I In form tl"o I or' 'ii' : 28 6 2 Madil WIlliams 47,842')1i1.Itiwu4 BDV, loll Ft. tino" .j "LI .
f'lnellua. and. st inteM, notexreertlnK hem
tv County
i nt n ruin nt BB reciulrecl bv ( hnptei : or SII"i K lou')' to
LucIa County hereinafter four .and one-half. perconlum inner 1'I1''i or 29 6 J Gordon Wager .31
Mlntlil'KPOM Ir
Plnrldi I< '
more' partlcularlv' d..rl..d.. pi-r annum piivabl* 78 ; : Ofl;'flmlm.: at ( ;" I lul 91) 28 6 4 I'i'i'cy Suuliivain 22.60217H.lm 2
hI ASH ; 1) ) .
or to he affei ted In I lune 1 nndnecernbi 2 H!,IO'!>-Lot 5 of
any way ,.. ,, "nnll..llv. on thIs, 24th nIl
Directory thereby: >., '- '. 1 of em.h vnnr' and '1'.. )II"h...."e..'. tllt! "r1\h'.\ ". ( ; ,n"" Ni't''; ._ .. : ......... ,l 2 In Hntlel / n. .. Elmer ThQm.a. 27.07
.\prll., .
The 1 State or "Floilda( through annual. InPtilllinentM clay of '
I In ,
Herlnllv, .o. .
mndirlnv wiiihc'rJuIilgui .hJI f' 111 ---'Lot 1 of DlkU
the State for th. Soi I of' enchvf -\V. Mug & I" ( Ikt.& :: .
Attorney i on iiine" or I hip; ( 'I| ritult| ( nun : In rinehumt:: H/D W 0 Dodd 5.'
ond ludlclal, I ; both htuun 11 h"t" M" .i.iI.'t 1 .
u I'lriult of Florida.In the v''iim, U71 tr lltH1 1 Sncnnl Jlldli-lal.. fircult 1/4
and for Li-on. foiinfy th. of the anti. for W Ito I"' 14r2l 1071 -'-Com: nt N13
state Altoincv I for I lh.0 Thin I llhihllsiVc ti I: nun 1, .nnn( :smte; choo. | n"n.lI..rl..H -. of. FInvlclH' \ I.'t 10 101 2R 0 2 j T. I 13 Tout Ruut 20.00 Cor of SW'I
Vuto Sales & ServiceLANDROVER .1".11..1.. I Clliult I I of T"Io,''lila. I In :S; .T. to be '!Hiied for' and Leon I--.N t run W 010
and for Cnlunihla Cnunlv, t thStute nn behalf. of I Hie Hoard, of I Public- > it t ninNOTIC'K 2iH.... 22' 7f& 'II. n I'OH run H :110)Kt )

HONDA Attorni-v for the Konril;. 105' N & H ft Iv to Ht ltd 100
Itidli'lul I'lr'ult of' Kliiililu., I In hy \STciii.r U1 J thenV ,1.nl
'and for lliiviU, ('ihuhit. v. tin- MatAHoimy / ,' hv 1.11",1 ": 1.lr.hnl. H/W to .
The World's Finest In for Hi. |cfth| ..1..1"1111l'lr'ull .. ( : I W Il ( LIne N 'I ISen 1

' 4 Wheel Drives MONTESA nf rlorlda.. '( In /and, fiiMeinandn crlhcd! Inncla & RI.'o" line J 1'01 llxIt'W :
Cimnty. I the Stun,,' At- thnt the following clc'" Ilt :
Sold and Serviced by 1lUTORS'c.( ...; CO. tofivnv for the sixth? .TII.lldltl Notice Is hereby given auction at 12:00 o'clock tioon on the I. '1' & ', A.I.I. 211 0 22 ( 111110y & Iitiviui 0,359tu OU tIcljHh'H"! I 21 4 2 6 r.uuene. Tanner 14.33

Chevrolet wIll'!\ be 8t>ld nt publlo I. I (I
Roberta' See Honda's Hot 3501! fire-nit nf Florida In and' f..r hull City of Starke .t lo.r Ilt
8033J'IoCk.onvtnp I'lnelhiH. I'liunly: the Htate Attorner 7th day of Juno A.D. 1908! at tho city due 2 or 1.wll. 1" I I 2 IIlCorn NT
Green Cove Spring; 4949 islanding ItHd. for I HIM /Seventh' .1.Imllila. of Bradford.! State:, of Floilda" to pay thn amount S/li. n. I I 1 hcrMuty. lIst. 4 Ill ('iiil'rulut. .. H
County all I. W 210' H )
9 '' with ll'
(Irrult nf B-lorldn.' In1'101/ ror tho name, together ./I
I'hiinn.. 771-821 '. .. for tixen'! herein set opposite : Il-Il hail 7" N4 roil, s 5.
( Attomey
Putnam .II"t. the State/ .
for. t tin" Klurlilli:( I .Inrlli. 'Infin I of /such Bale and advertising.lleitrlptlciii "r 'I.it I of IUk I iisn: 1 21N '-,
!MOTORS A C'YCl.KS' : cost 40.4J
t.uti P Pees
us 1 : i.f f'lir' 29 4 J
Parrish Motors I ult .of l-'lorldi' In and. f.Hradfoid ... ; lit, 2L"\I\ :: w inn- 2
4049 KliiinlliHf. Itlvil. 771-8241& foiinty, the, State At. Owner Tax"" 11 : ( 4102-A- .,at HWor
0 2. :1(1420u't.Cruuut
2. A .h"HOn :
I torni'v for the Ninth JuillilaIn SIl 1 (' of HH'/l N I 18'
MUSIC (' ,ult of ,Florida, In and, In". .1'tr"nK" ( : tit NV TiN. H-W Hdw
SALES ( County, the. State I Attorney :':irr| ---C'-m: AI I Sllof: ('nr or .il'N'uVlu lid I! N I
SERVICE for the 'lentil, .10,11..1111 u Cm. ,. of Si u: '", HWI/ IIlullI 2 HI') J.H ro Pt I/W,
,, ami, fnHIirlilanilH NW" ;, lit Hun' w :' I' '
('iriui It of Kloilda, In ror POl. mo.o 10 :loo :i1'.
.eA1TS Paulus Music Co. County the. "Stale. Att"lliev :\I'll'I' 1 'I I tall' Kt ii: IIC R 11', H on Will lu ml Ht .

.. for. tile I'.livellth:! / I .III- r: ,-IT' PI N :4211II 111' I 13' .oB 211 6 23 1..lwAr.1: N hreout. 1.04 Kill W N It/W I
iliilul. ), I < -lr",'nil of. 1.10'/1., '/ In/ 11,1,,. t li17: i 1.1 s 5auru 0 lt---4 I IMW ltd. no' tn I

Always Good Used Carsm Band lie String TnatrumentP for. Hade. f 'olllltv/ the Stilti. AlI Ft '(1''it, I PDH Nit; :II' 6' 4 a fflrinlhu1y,; ) d j .911 312'1."r lL/V. lit-intel ul. ,I 111.' KX Lot 100 i
I mi"I'll i'Y for. I ihu Twelfth .1.luillila W 2211' JIlr Nul. J O ; ::1 :29: 4 2 AC William* 1.8
Laura St. Ph. 81SIS 1S4DEAU'IY Gibson Guitars & Amplifier! ClriMilt) of f p-lorlda. In anl, fnManatee -, .. ., 1 141 1'1 H/W j1-

School Supplies-Instruction County./ / I I the St.HH I At 2:1iiOl:01lA': : BWcor f' ''J..-; 'I h-I 229 I 1':It 11(81',Yon( 1'01. HIII-TAI' Cor 21. .04' cjfHl 11 .:
tiir Ii t'y for the Thhtiniith I Juill'lal IJoIJa"r I"t :
ACADEMY: of !< : ,.
Roberts Recorders ('IriIt' of. riorldii. In inn' NW", Hun W (- -I ( 21r.:t.. \V'ilt'l / '!: of /Hi4' run
for. I IllllMhoroiiKh I I I County tin .. 17' 1 81.la'I" -4 W It/W of.
Music LlbraryExpttrtRep for n I'( 'lit .
:I'M' I't j ;J :c 'ill 28 0 2 M SmIth 2083l1a of HT no'I n 114 on- ,
Slate Altolney for '
ft. M : J.al.o
American Department tei.nth! .Iu.Ilelsl I ,; ('In.u l.ti\: :\, : 'Killl 1.'N iN ISO 125 "Pt.W : : : I.t a "r 1111' N 111.84' .I.. W :
41V.. Monroe 855-8447 riila In arid ror May r'eiini, ( (1)', Mill ,.'1. S ::1117 'I'1 '," '.-i.".. ''i- I & I 1.1 ) Linn of SI4ilit. -

Hairstyling the State/ Attorniiv for' I Ih.. Sit! '! 11 210 I I) Ft, H J. .. ,, 1.0'' II "I II (l'h. HI/; : \ on. linnU.JIII 21! 0:1 O W DavIs S5.9f
enli'enth Imll 'lal 1:11": ilL' lor iio *'t 19.1 13 Town I & 1'01'111J1lo""I"y ( : to 111
an : ,
SUPPLIES i Ft i I'; \ ; ( r..I."t; ,1' Illrlte 'om" I :
Academy PLUMIMNCt Florida. I In II nil.' for' liiowanfuiintv / To T'Ofl 21 0 3 a JJI\c\y.tnJ( ::) :!\ ( 30.4VViiiiltl 21.Ol1) U

21 W. Monroe 355-0591: tin JoJIIhlo.It'h( (Iii-. State' / .Inill.lul' Attorney'' ('In-fni nl( 2171-11: :\ l.t 3 'if I"1'n :Iij 010, Lt I of line 1In 170--11"1. ...r'II'/ of! NWCor nfr 3Vi

CARTER'S of Kl'jrlila" I In ii nil. for ftrcvau. I | i I ImlewoodHD I 11111. LI. :1"111I1'1'11;: .. 4192alK Mm tIll( M',lir. Town of U Muuyarl .14,86Prtemnn >ll'I' II I 17.21'1 I S
County it nil I the State Attoiuuifor ; 70'
W )
RiversideHairstyling Trading Post I the Nliuteenth I Judlclil. fir- 2:171fliiitl: 1211( Kt N ::1116 I ( LC.IH 5. 4 7 it 75'Tu, IK'K'KI. 21 t Owen I Alvarea 3f.$ lua122H'OJ

dIlL nt Florid .In and fr In. fruul. SN I .iil'. ..r 1iiwuA .. (ilk I'l In Oi,'lit a
Biithroomi. Sink. Cublnut ill In n Itlver Cuuntv and. St 1.11"1.l I ,,f //'IW'I' lit '. Town of Stoilcut" at SW
('olin t Florida, and t ". invera W III 10'1 N" I'.tV'i: '\ iff hot uU Cor of 'unN I.l4 c>fHI'l'i ,
Hull I'lpenut4r IIpCsomtnude.i CltiKena ruin .. .IB ft I ISO N 4(10'fit '
Academy property owni-fH, taxpuverii.; rlI Ft i': i n i i p ,, / l lilno KllorBftn: B 8 TlefflHter Jr.
other linvlnn 01" 21 fl. 23J MB l-.lv: HIKto
Luvatorlos.. l .ard I ; port ,
2659 Park St. 3S58N37Mociern : ilalmlrif' tiny MKht. title or Inrn ro rt to 151 I -'nn'' cm R ftlditof pt I I'10-! ) N cf Vt $""

Styling "The Best for Less" ... ..t I In piop'<'rly' I In. In. aTfit'i1 :I'll' I- -Lot 2 & :t ULK: I Call I St wlitl It line N lull5'! t<> nW
I III. 1 StaMH'Hinl :1 I In Hunny AilnSIt 21.81 '"t., 1'l! Hl.l.i( ofl'0in Haven.
II l lMlililleliuruf l hv I lite I iHHllan'e liv Ethel; VoutlSf f/n.
Qualified Instructors Top of Mill llwv .of (l-Iii.t:, I Ion of f'-loi lila. I l Kl & run' ,, 11II I Wely U:17' II ;

Accredited VA ApprovedDay Pli. 28'!-rH014 j. body ..orioiate'| / .of I lie Stutnf < 2:11.7-: -Jh 7. S, 9.> & I.l, itt/'then Ft for Ii.I. (HIII ,1.:1: T.ln. H 13.IT n T1r..w I nK t i
Florida' of .rol.7 I I 11.11''''' Stall III of HI,1C 1 In I Rat 7,116 inn" Kx 1 H/W 34I : 8 2 Ton nf 1f 4.Orlfln *
or Night Classes Hi hool Iii.nils. hiielnaftir I I n.rol"rl"'IIItrly : ALII'! H/li '. Atf.1, Hllrnell ,FI. N ''I I I.'tV' -
MOTORS PIANOS_ ) .ted In d any euirii.il'(way or thorhware ti> binffei itl.SW:\ i, of HLK: .. 21'1 Ft. II 21\ 28 0 2 A C Wnill/imw 62.CJiS I g'|o-8W Vt f if NI I?V* !
HW Cur =
For MuHlral AdviceC. hereby reipilrert' to wppeni. 21'111 II 28 2W&of It :IVV' 11In-li"1 nt. Nil & 1 Hx KW Aim 3Parcel

Peavy Brothers CARTER NICE before County. thi. Klorlilu' f'In-iilt( In Court I the of$eonuJutllelis.l T.enr*" U WVj HI.... I 1. II Sof CV.Mllllt'041. Lufavettt His ItllllM of In Nil'4*HW'4; im ifHrl'4 I Ij

saIl. State' It :IW ii 10 Vjof .
of .
Clrc-ult I; 104 1 Mlto W
Electric Co. '!'tIIIr;, at the CourthoilHU In 'rallabiiH- HLK. I I. 2. A II'HII Aof i, u/w IWVIOI.: . :: : ol In OH lik 2't: 6 23 38 K W Huye i 1.7

hous :' "'. 1/1/ .. Hee. Florida, on the 21th ilnj It IVV of 'lIth: 21 4 Si"U Jt A lav>*nn 1211.40( N I-:1.5 'iv' 8 '
ELECTRIC MOTORS JI,; : t. of Mnv, I !I'MIH( at ten ieIii.kA.T. > lirNFY' on 4271 NWVi of :

::::::'VLC of ,VlLU. .. and chow cattKo why tb'prayers 2 I It-.I Lot In 1 HW ll/W Atiprox" NW >4 of Sli% KXPAH =

ServicedRepaired _l. ....... ..--.. *** of the complaint flletl foi. i-t HIS of' It .. 1' .;:>' .. r 10071'V at lit .. : \ tMarjorlo -" i SOLD I luix 2.
Generators-Starters In the above proceeding o"n"ldnol :1\V In TemnleH, ..Annto .Munroo st ToT OER OK BK
Chlckerlng and Other be granted and. the I'll;;1.- H/D lu.InuApprooc "" 911,17. H ( St 6X .

Armatmre Rewinding4044 Brand Pianos 710.nnn State Si.hool Bond l lull N: & W Ijy U2$ lirirrin 371 1U: 21 heir 28 6 2 Tiowllnn 113. !/ l/W &FX :
LMIOX:, 387-2328 Name therein demrlbed, and the pro- :N & .S 21 4 22 Janum A HKSC l BK 2 49.6t
1(14( Co-m nt SW 6 4 Victoria McFasMo-ns
SUINdUR' ......dlmcN heretr.frre. had, ailthorIxliiK1 2
0 a
KIMBALL 6 of .' tj''I"/! ( AdamH tie
the iMHiiam thereof validated 2471 --- 'or.r i
MATERNITY WEAR ; : aor' 1 nights u MadlMon. SLut ft ( A in sn |
ORGANSKooHcvelt and confirmed. Hitld HtnteS lOut U v4 Clurenc"* ). .llluulen. 3S It runI U'O-'A In
2(12.11( (I h-'t. W IHI I
<'hool Honda ponHlntln* of thefol *H/U -
;Mall 8148-11319!! IMKIIBK ol N 2112.11 Ft, KHO i HW Ci>r.1"F ofNW'i
!: -wln demrlbid lrqC-r..ta. 2 1 rutJ4l.K ? 8 White : 2249
28 4 22 W Ir. 1 1B018 2 Ale
Ft To foil J
bond ,i K 1'MJ Aulrewl a
Hx: ,
1 i:1:I WiirnoH 42.3":> .
SEWING CENTERH.&N. '27Ii.fIOij1tAte' Pchnnl:; Tlonil. Kt In N Keno H/D i- ''liarles, L 827-Com: at NW (2'17-A( ( 1 lot an dO"r-r-

SerleK H. to he 'IflHiied fnr and Cor: of Cull ft RavHlu OH UK 40 11
-..J: .f Itun N Hit.51r :; Hmlnnlnn WK -

r ; Instruction! of Indian River' In N MenuHU Ida Mil)' TyaonFrancM 3.35 :t, W lltM I Ft for I) \v liy 1 hat oN &

: fountv. Florida In the denomination foil Itun, !M,II H Ccmt. .:i3A ?-!IL.In .
SEWING CENTER of either. $1001)l f>rf 2ri22-I.ot. ::1..1 cit .. '1\0/\ .u ( "'t. WLV 15577 i l-1ij of NW14of

,000( ea. ..h. 'luted Tune 1. 190H, HLK I 1U 111 N Keno .'... .'1iri.: ,I,.. .'t. Jenklnn. 489( Ft, HLY 78 FtLLY Hl'/i I 32 8 1 John D Dlffgn! 63,61
bearIng Intirent (al II rate orrstP' HIV ,\ : 133 I't to A
Console Model makes fancy designs one-half. not exceeding centum, ncr four annum and 2327:; -Lot 3 of BLK "' ;., ", 'William 37.B2Wlllln PUJ 23 4 22 w. J, SIu.IMll 72.8 1111-1 of Lot Lot In 2 oflllk

monograms per In N lleno HI!) ,./Sally I' In L T K: 101.:I.I.a
stitches. navab'e. pemt-Pinuallv nn .Tune 211 ., too-Hlk S 5 nun
"Jacksonville's" Most Complete overcasts sews on buttons t and December 1 of each. 2II-t.ot. 1 4 of t I'. ." """. ., 'I., ,. ft (., fI> I nt 1H)'. W' 11.3. William F |I (09I
nerlM'v' In (/ i': 73i of N IW' To } Ro..r
Shop for Mother-to-Be button holes & blind year. and maMirlnar lll.K I In rinhaK- Plltmiim Jr. 7.01 Vl1'X Ed Hunter 064
make 1
annual InHtallmentn on .Tune .an S/l> LX K-\V Lot .I nut-w ino' of t

JUDY'SMATERNALANE itJitchcs. No attachments nf eaih of the veers 1971 to S. 22 of .. 3302-I.nlll 1 & 2 ofHlk N'<1 SI I
2353-Lot:; I :
** 9Roliirt tIWo
Demonstrators $48 or $9 per I9D1 both IncluHlvn; Blkl In Uuhavan, :1' .. i L T "IorE' 8"
School Bond< 11.114 5.63
"7 .000 :; ; Leo COS RJ.lnl': H-W "i Muck Lane In NW
Call Jax 771-1850 Serleii. C. to be Infilled for nndon H/U g- Si 423 U t, Hartley 1 79
1007 Park St. 883-8015 no. behalf. of the Board of Public :H-.t::; n of nut \ .'..',- ..... $ I2n-I...t 3. 4 of l.'J. 3
Instruction of flnilfoiiI'oiinty In InliiiKan H/D :. :" lllk L T die : 8 & 1 of
denomination ,, .6 boitetb. leO 3,13255111.nt COH Jull Mot to Harmon 8.7 4 In South, I
( Florida.' In the ix: It/W ii :u : Ilk Orlffln
MOTORCYCLES WESTERN STORE of either ll.nno nr' i S of lllk .1 122-Lot 1 of nik ... .- "*. ., .. K l>lut $/1 Ja.1 W '.1
1 fc
JOB' I : I
Hiono! each dated. :Mnn-h 1. In OnhiiKaii, lIl) n in I. T ('01'1 1428-1-A Den* nnHe .
bearlnd. Interest nt o rate or I ix n/\\ .. Aaron. Hollny! L89E90Lu.t 8/I> & Wile Coleman 373 840' n of NWCor
TriumphOf not exceedInir' four nod I, !
DUDE rates i of NRU of
LITTLE rme-hnlf' per centum: per annum.nnvable i Ill H'4; '' .t: '. 1 1:12:1-: : i..jt 2 of niic R 251' to :
ml-n nnnallv on :Murih. of Lot 17 of lllk 11 .&:*' : n t T & Cn.Jai NWV. '
m> 2Q.Ii: N
.: B ;
Store : 1111. (lt'. iit% 3.73
JacksonvilleTAMAHA Western t and Hentember' 1 of pit-h year In Uah/iitan. H/D : -7' ." .' > Metta 1"1'01 .nal.. VV 11'toBKO I

and metur'n'r' aerially. In .an.i".ttir.eflts 1"f 2821-That Port, of 321-W 43' of I.ot" 31 4 ,. t t.4 .KI. : 4"9f
TRIUMPH Leather n...a' on Mch Hlk I 14
K Mliii.4frN650' 9 & of
Clothing N DOIIon
Western 1971 tf) 4 sA 686 Tax Corfector
60cc To 650co each. of the veerS. onV I In L & COS ) Carrie Coleman Merrill Bdwanfa.
Saddles and Trailers hoth |iai'lnI's1.1.750,000 | .-
goods. Florid
nf Starke
Sale Part ServiceU :State; (L..on. norfl"Perle "' Side of NWM 125-nVj of I 1ft City of .
Charles & Sharon fnr and of HWIH nf ur 3 of lllk I 1tI I In -
lasi.4 5-31
Motorcycles In f. to -10
,eU. HiJid \II
4228 Phillip Ilwy U. S. I S. 902 S. Edgewood 384-1210 nn itrnctlon behrtl' vf th of* pearl Tuttle. ">f fnunfv.Florida Pnhllc. I I HIi:: beIng the 22 0 22 18 Aaron Ilulley 4391: I L T & COS 1'1 Willis Coleman 4.1 4 *

Jacksonville 359-7245 In the denomination of

V )

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dab sales tax law" ment Store Inc., 139 E. Call W. Jordan officiating Burial under agreement reached with
I. .: Tree Farmers Given Guidelines DtcWn-'on: said/ revenue from I at. Starlce.: Authorized stOCk was In the church cemetery.: the Bradford County Commis-

With Your woodland I the state's, gasoline tax also] 10,000 shares of common, at] I
County Agent I ) sion.At
To Get The Most From Timber increased as $16,668,929 was $1 per share. Dealing In goods, VolunteerFiremen the May 1 meeting. Ricks
Sales TaxCollections collected last month, $199,552 wares, merchandise real and accepted the board's offer of
I I Do you have timber to sell her is generally sold In two. more .than was collected in personal: property. Iiiiorpcw-: Sought At HamptonThe the building, without charge.
b1ICUIDS IN BLOOM never followed a man througha Most every timberland own- ways: ((1)] lump sum or [121 April 1967. a.tors. : Lillian Stump Starke: If he would remove It. Later In.
1.'tl'1CCIAL EXHIBIT PLANT nursery or a greenhouse and:! er wants to receive full value product scale of the buyer. In MarJorie S. Th .mson Monti- Hampton City Council the month, Ricks submitted a
\'= BEGONIAS -DISH OAR- Beard; more big, long names for his timber. And,: most lump sum the seller should In New Interact cello; Evelyn S. Griffin, Och- met Tuesday night with a bid charging the board $185
::1 DENS -- CORSAGES TER- called out. He absolutely hashe every landowner understandsthat get sealed: bids and; the seller Up April locknee, Ga. File April 1. group Interested In forminga I for razing the building:!. but
such value has to do with should receive cash settle- Officers; At volunteer fire i!I,
:1 I RAF.roM9HANGING BASKET3 most complete vocabulary. a 1908 by Eugene F. Shaw department.The ;; It was rejected.
NAMED COLEUS, : for scientific names of flow- Immediate return from harvest ment In advance of the cut. Bales tax!: collections In April Rotary Club Starke. city's fire truck is now Chairman Dave Shuford
1TLCWER ARRANQEMENTtORTICULTURE. ers that I have ever heard. and sale. of forest material as In
-' You ask him some while you well as repeated returns on the timber grower makes the ford County, to $27,260 from Newly elected officers of the Services Held volunteers are asked to meet'at agreed: to remove( the building
the long term later harvests sale on measurement after the $23,483 In April 'last year, ac- Hall 7:30 tonight,
If you dont believe it if are visiting the show. I Interact Club at' BHS were Introduced City at : without charge to the county
:BIO and if you 1 don't, believe Mr. Stanley Crawford Is Bradford County Forester trees have 'been cut for a corcilnsr to records complied: In at the Rotary. Club For Mrs. NettlesOf Thursday, May 16. Residents
Tommy Bell suggests a seriesof specific product.Use the state comptroller's: office should phone 468-1577 in case
it tISEAUTIFUL.! you: go sec Ornamental Horticulture In- Wednesday by their advisor' Lake
8th Annual Flower Show structor. guidelines useful to the a contract. A writteni Collecting\ :t-eported In April Cal Adams. I' ButlerMrs. of fire. Chief
.the! With the great var- .... Biggs
... landowner and tree farmer: i Contract should bo used In soeordln to State ComptrollerFred The council approved; payment -
t:the Florida State Prison ety of plants in their train- I Elected Tuesday at the Inez Nettles, 53 of
Determine need for cut- my type of timber sale. Such O. "Bud" Dickinson reflect of a $35 registration fee
'this Thursday Friday and ing must school they Brucue Haddock
program. Stanley business conducted during: are: Lake Butler, a native of Brad Back On Duty
ting. As with other agricultural contract will protect both the to enter Hampton in the City
t' saturday, May 1618. have the greatest variety. of March before ?th. increased :, president; Billy Belote, ford County, fied Sunday -
crops your timber shouldbe user and seller and:! will helpto of Starke's "now Pitch Softball
|, :This show is Just a of Know-How' vice Pete ,
| : part of any man I have t j&e educational program out ever known. Talking to these harvested> at the right time.' eliminate possible mlsuivdelstandings. into per effect. secretary; Tim Thompson. after a brief illness. She wasa League. M:>a' of the meetingwas Policw! Chief Bobby Biggs returned -
Cutting too soon will reduce taken with men's softball to duty. Monday( May
; ;there that brings to a climax two men about ornamental treasurer: and Bill Brown member oif the Oak Grove i ;p:
\ :jsoro&of the practices design horticulture will be worth future Income and cutting too Making the sale. Secure a Clay County collections in Senior Boar Member. Church of and t t'''= midget team the 13. for the first time since his
17.37per Jesus Christ of
I. ed ta rehabilitate men. A man vour !trip out there. late may result In an unneces- list of buyers of the various April! Jumped even more Interact Is sponsored by the Latter Day Saints. needs of w:1.: :h were specified. heart attack April 15.
,' JDiVMis.'advantage of the traln- You will also be well pleased ,, sary growth loss. In case of a products, for which you havea cent as they hit 534,292 Rotary Club.A Puoth'telay in the school Chief Biggs said Tuesdayhe
Surviving her ,
In are hus >and
Jii needed cut. it Is quite likely sale. Notify buyers of the compared to $29,216 April sldewp'1' project has been is "back to work and able
IJ.this Ornamental Horticultural with the attitude of kindness 23.07 birthday cake was presen- Wilbur Nettles, of Lake Butler
I 1987. a -
that a proper forestry job! can availability your Umber and :Und01County.had can3d by failure to secure all to get around." He will be on
Program and he has and willingness to help\ Increas4 collecting $4,016 last ted to Miss Ellsa Relika, exchange ; three sons, Julianl of
be done. In case of financial solicit bitfa. Make the timber / I right-of-way.. duty full time.
nco:;* ;
Sa good job waiting for him. exhibited by the inmates. as- month compared to $3,263 dn student from Finland Largo: Wendle of Lake City:
demand on Umber stand some sale area available to the Inspection ':" :..re were no fines: or for- The chief spent two weeks
Tlwsfe men plan and prepare sisting at the show. They are April 1967. who was a guest of the club and::, Billy Nettles Starke; two .
compromises have been made of all prospective buy- feitures for the month of In the Bradford County Hospital
r for1 this show. Their Is
goal a well trained and will prove It I Statewide collections last at this meeting. daughters, Mrs. Lucinda Johnson -
I. with normal "good" forestry ers The seller< should reserve and then recuperated at
blm-fJbbon[ exhibit, and you to you if you ask them ques- I month totaled 933.3 million, Dr. A. J.Barry was In Lake City; and Melinda April.
I, win?see more blue ribbons tions.I principles. the right to refuse any and 10.58 per cent higher than the charge o fthe program, which Nettles, Lake Butler; her home.
Designate of timber all bids.
than" any otber.Tn3s could write on and on area $30.1 million collected In April included a color film on conservation mother, Mrs. Effie Thomas, Legion Building:
I is, without a doubt about ,this show. Thursday sale. Maps or aerial photos aregood These are some of the 1967. Fiscal year collections, \ and beautification.shown Jacksonville; two flsters, Mrs.
tools for helping theseller pointers which landownerswho Being Moved RULED LEGAL PADS
I the biggest Horticulture Flower May 16, from 12:00: Noon to July-April total $276.7 by P. J. Novak. Geneva Tanner Stirke and
and the buyer to clearly with to sell Umber ; Steno Notebooks, Order Books
Show in North Florida. I'll 9:00: p. m. Friday May 17 million compared lot$250.2 million Mrs. JoAnn O'Steen, Jackson- From CH SiteThe ...
understand the boundaries other forest Telegraph.
material find etc Bradford County
bet you can go even out of from 9:00: a. m. to 9:00: p. m. : may for the same,period last NEW CORPORATION ville; ,two brothers Ovid -
and limitations of the helpful. .
the Southeast and not find a Saturday, May 18. from 9:00a. : area Your county forester l CHARTERED HERE Thomas and Seth Brannen, former American Legion -
involved in the timber sale. If will year.Dickinson
show with the variety you will m to 12:00: Noon. See it assist you on your requestto said revenue from Secretary of State Tom both of Jacksonville.! bulling:: on N. Temple. --
I see here. Thursday. and you will want an Individual selection of treesis get bidders, and to prepare wirted last month were the Adams has announced the Funeral services were held Ave. is being torn down and BIC PENS.! Ball Point Re
to be made then the Indi-
This year they are featuring to go back and see what you I the contract., He will strive to: "hl"'l1"' (>8t ever collected In om chartering of the following at 3 p. m. Tuesday In the Oak removed from the new court- fills. Bradford County Tele-
vidual trees should be clearly .
will see that you get the best pos month In the hIstory of Flort- .
Oarden Roses You m1 ss ed. corporation: : Stump's Depart- Grove Church with Elder W. house site by George Ricks, graph.
-35- marked for cutting. AU boundaries -
eee over varieties of roses
should be clearly de-
growing! in containers. There NOTE OF THANKS
i will be available. much free We wish to express our appreciation fined.
3-Know what have to
information about growing for the food, flowers sell. The seller should you have a ....n+4r ow.+? .-rw".w..,,,,., v.MO.w..n..,,,.,.,,.. ...
roses. Nobody can disagree and kind:!, expressions of ,
good idea of what he has to
that roses are among. 'the sympathy at the recent pass-
sell. Study the local timber
I most beautiful flowers. There Ing of our dear loved one. The
market. Tree size and qualityare
should be a bed of roses In 'ove and kindness, shown by r
of prime Importance also
every yard. You can see theseaoid so many during her lifetime
pick the variety with the will be eternally remembered.The at selling time. Will a little
color and shape you like. family of Julia Bryan. delay In cutting mean greatly a\11'UI' ft
I Increased returns? Know the -J J
-iMr.; M. B. Jordan Is Supervisor PIERs--Jira
PHOTO C : standards of measurement.
of Bducatlon. I have J'j I
ford County Telegraph 4-Select, type of sale Tim-


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