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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 23, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME EIGHTY-NINE STARKE. FLORIDA. TIIV D"Y, MAY 23, 19B8 NUMBER FORTY-EIGHT
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i A)"rifle hunting" approach ':. i 'last week dropped an average -

to get new industrywas : : of: 2.25 inches of water''

t< planned, by Chamber ,r _ ti i rnpp :Jn Bradford' County during
#- ,of Commerce and Develop. 4 'the week'of May 13-20, according Engine On Line And Pick I

;''jnent .Commission I personnel to the Florida For-

from 15 northwest Flor- est Service.

ida Crown counties gath- Lawtey continued to be Power Plant Termed Slate For
the
ered at the local Chamber 9 al wettiest place in the

office Tuesday, May 21. l M 1 PR6 wi' idGptT county as the rains be-

The industry .hunters are came mora frequent after
planning a trip 'to :New York the lengthy drought. The Virtually Complete PresidentA

City, garment center: of the 1 d Louis Hill Tower there recorded ,
b
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United States next Monday .t 4.0 inches.
through Friday. May .28-30. ? The New' River Tower recorded milestone was passed at plant contractor, Indian River Bradford County Demo-

Under the .plan Florida g, 1,7 Inches and the the virtually; complete power said. crats will vote on four of-

Development Commission,per. Santa Fe River' Tower 1.1 In- plant Friday and Saturday, The ,Council( also reacted fices and help pick a slate
sonnel. Chamber executives as ches.The May 17 and 18,- when the new favorable to Friday's request of presidential preference
,well as businessmen will be Louis Hill Tower recorded $248,000 generator was tested, that further work be done at delegates when they go to
paired in teams to call: on 1.9 inches In'a big rain Engineer Gordan Friday of the plant, with $21,000 interest the polls in the Second

qualified prospects developed "..i .. ... ;." last Tuesday. May 14.. and 1.3 Reynolds Smith, and Hlllla told plus several thousand :in other Primary election Tuesday.Only .
by' the Development, Commission inches Sunday. May 19. according the City Council Tuesday funds expected\) be left "to
: A'Chamber' executive and to Forest Service: re- night. get the plant Just as (far ahead one county race will be
businessman will be paired; Win Teaching GrantsState ports. New River recorded a The biff '1,750: kilowatt as possible." The go-ahead was on the ticket School: Board
no two people from the same one-inch rainfall Sunday, Worthington engine capable withheld Tuesday, however, member. District 3 which .
community: will' work' to- more than half Its weekly to- of carrying: over half the city when several councilmen want- pits Incumbent Arthur' Hollt-.
by itself in emergencies' Is on day against challenger: Charles
gether.In teaching' srholarahlpM which could Made, don of Mr. and Mrs Glenn 8. Wade, ,tal. ed ito see the suggested projects -
his first In
smoothly making bid
the line and operatdng county
this way, it Is plannedto total $ ,"OO over four yearn of higher ittinly Starke, complied a 8.0 average' Only one fire. was, reportedas Friday ,isald. An analysis of In a written statement politics:
in the order the
present northeast Florida engineer\ considers
Crown counties to .have been awarded two Bradford High School The scholarships entitle the recipients to the ground'\ became: wetter the fuel and a final 'evaluation, 'most important. In the first!. primary, Holll-
prospects
rather, than individual seniors, Rita Ellington and StrirnVucle, attend any college In the state, and both BITS and-residents apparently continued is etUl 'toeing, awaited how day led with 1,769 votes to
munities. com above, as the result of competitive examIItudentli plan to attend St. Johns River their carefulness' with ever. S'urUiel'.grojecbe Friday men- 1,091 for Sawyer, and .1,013
inations. matches and cigarettes: and The addition: of the new engine tioned include rehabilitatingthe for third man W. E. Lawson.,
'Objective of .the trip will be Junior College the first two years. If they '
burning. It burned 10 acres. old half! of the water. cool- .
and accompanying enlargement -
to sell the garment:industry Miss Ellington, the daughter of Air. and graduate; and continue In the education pro- ing tower which' cools .the five State Senate
I of the northeast tJ.:S. on Florida Mrs. Leon Ellington Starke, compiled a 8.3 fpHHlon' the money does not have to be There have been only 21 of 'the. power :'plant Superior diesel engines. The The only legislative'race on
fires,burn In.-a total of 921.8 has been done with a $650.000 the ticket will see J. Emory
academic
Crown at BUS four
opportunities average has
t over yearn. lepald. new Worthington engine
acres reported. since Jan. 1 bond issue. [Redo Cross, Incumbent from
Representing Bradford Its own radiator and the small
this the same. The the Seventh District including [.! .
County will be past chamberpresidents year During city has paid Worthington Fairbanks Is, hooked directly
in '1987 88 fires were 80 cent of the Bradford
period ]
Corp. 'Per : Countyl meetinga
:! Guy Andrews and into the oity water system
Buiford Mitchell. Ernest Patz. --- By City Council --- recorded which burned a totalof engine' cost but $24,000 is still strong challenge from Oath:
half of the tower
One
chairman of the Chamber of 769.6 acres less than this owed pending complete accept- was swine businessman Bola
Construction Co.1 ''but that is
commerce Public' Relations year though the numberof ance of the new unit, Friday Saunders '
Committee and Executive fires last year was almost! 'being held >until the electric In the First Primary Saunders
: said.There
subcontractor several
completes
vice-President 'Pete "Novak will .WeekencfUtilit ,.quadrupled.: la also: final 'pay was high man In Bradford
details that the city could
also make the trip, 'from BradV -. ) ; ,, ment- of. 97,000.. -due- the general. -'nar dons'for $3,000'to'I5,000tf polling 1.840 vote to 1.- t .t
ford. rr.'r; ,: it !became :necessary Prida;# 188 for Ed Peck, and\ 9 3for/

This will be the second In p. reworked sovwal-.years ago. Cross. Saunders also led by
a series of 'Industry seeking Friday .said, and he !has arranged several hundred votes In ..toe
trips In which Bradford County i: for( a survey to esU-\ district with, Cross second
will cooperate., Represented Connections HaltedThe mate' costs of reworking tha and Peck eliminated.
in the trip next week will be other 'half Cross, a legislative veteran
Alachua Baker?Bradford, Du- Friday aha suggested purchasing 'ha* based his plea for votes
val. Putnam;and Suwannee. additional: ground-fall on experience and accomplish- -
Counties. City of. Starke will no on gas and water and electric ity. Action will be delayed equipment to take engines off menu while Saunders has

The iiea of area develop- longer connect or disconnect ity pending a complete rate study tha )line automatically in case given strong attention to 'the
I, ment began when Pete Novak water> gas, and electric: service The City will] still provide In the fall. of a lightning\ strike, compiling smallcounty vote promisingto
I Starke* Chamber manager/ was after noon Saturday until 8:30: service. in emergencies such\ as -Was told by City Attorney an up-to-date long range map visit the courthouse In each
serving as president of the a. m. Monday, the City Coun interruptions In one service or George Pierce that a resident of the distribution lines, and county of the district monthlyin
i Florida Crown Council of cil decided Tueusday night, the other on a 24-hour per complaining about. junk in his some precision, equipment cost order to keep In touch with
I Chambers of Commerce.. Novak May :21City days seven days per week neighbor's"back yard would ing about $1,000 to keep the local problems.U. .
'I recommended promotion Clerk Merrill Edwards basis. have to sign a complaint so plant's engine in tune. S. Senate
of ,the area rather than specified said he and other off-duty In other action the Council: that action could be taken. The distribution map, to relocate Hearting, the ballot will be
,fr community for industry employees have been continually -Was told by Mayor Carl The city.has an ordinance alf transformers and the race for the U. S. Senate
based upon the premise that plagued with cutting on Hurst that the Pollee' Department : prohibiting Junk or other un- [Continued; on Page Two! seat being/ given up Sen. Oeo-

not- all communities can, fill utility accounts during weeken will take care of stray wanted material at residences: i + rae A. Smathers. Attorney
the needs of all Industry,, when a lot of renters dogs in the northeast sectionof but cannot initiate action Until fw ,? av ; General Earl Faircloth carried
1 move. He spoke of Instances town that a resident complained : an affidavit is signed that n Bradford. County In the' First

,I Crown Theory region! Is that could the fill Florida the where services. were cut on of two weeks ago. the ordinance has been vio d h'c 'f{ F Fa Fr BUS StudentsWarned Primary two to one over ex-
but no deposit received because Decided: to proceed with Governor Leroy Collins.
.I needs of every possible Industry the city hall would be close:! laying/ 860 feet. of ,sewer" line lated.Okayed the write-off of In statewide voting. Collins
1 1 and what is good, for to a new subdivision as yet $651: in old utility accounts of About lacked only -a few :thousand
jj one county generally would Many requests for cut-ons unoccupied owned by Mrs. 22 customers at the request of votes halving enough to win a
for have been coming bhe
!, produce economic benefits. through Ruby Johns at a cost of $4 I Clerk Merrill Edwards. First Primary victory over
.l' an adjoining county. Police Department on weekends per running foot for both sides -Heard an enthusiastic report School Thefts Faircloth: and two minor candidates -
the clerk said. Then
Novak served .
as presidentof
I of a street. Mrs. Johns!! will by Mayor Hurst on his in the race.
there is a telephone' chase: to
the Crown Council in 1965- reimburse In the Judicial on
the city: the $2,600 Atlanta to only race
recent trip to a
find employees who can con-
:
66. for the ballot Joe Boyd Dade
material. She can take as
nect 'the service. Edwards said nation! conference on Juve- Telling them adverse publicity -
long as 10 years at four per nile Others have blemish County attorney, will compete
laid
Delinquency. thievery -
on a
even he has in
some instances -
FISH SUPPER PLANNED
'Ii cent interest. with Circuit: Judge Richard
answered such requestsand the same problems that exist on /their school year.
FAT HAMPTON
I H. of Orlando. In the
cut on services. -Delayed action on a com- here but on a much bigger Bradford High Principal:, Jim Cooper .
I, A FIsh'supper will be held "If cut plaint from water; customer scale he said. Temple cautioned: his students Flat Primary, Bradford voters
at the. Hampton city hall FriII we some out we outside that he has to favored Boyd with 1,246 votesto
II
a
pay 22 against
should Wednesday. May
of
stop the practice completely -Agreed at the suggestion
day May 24. Proceeds will 698 for Cooper. Judge Sam
II go 10 per cent utility tax as wellas
stealing and vandalism.
Utilities Supt. Oscar Councilman: P. T. Nolin to begin -
to buy equipment for the Lit- a $6 water minimum The Smith who was eliminated In
steal-
First offenders caught
II Davis
told in 1
the Council. the second meeting k
tle and Minor statewide voting second
League League was
triple minimum is all
charged
ing, Temple told the students,
Edwards in
said two men and June long range planning
ball] teams. Adults 75c. children : customers. who h'''"h' in Bradford with 847
use only city for
toe two trucks are needed to cut preparation to making!. a new will be called to his office votes
water, but not electricDepriving .
gas or budget; In September. a conference withthe parents.A
Presidential
.; : second offender will .be removed Slates
Three slates. of delegates will
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-- : By Chamber Executive Group -- "Just Rattling Along" High physical from the education Bradford program appear on the ballot under the

II and given a 'r for the heading! of "presidential prs-:

Passenger Train; Service Halt OpposedOpposition This king-size rattlesnake was killed'Monday by 8. Sgt. year in have the to course be made whichwould up called ference.favorite" These son"are slate the so-of

Ottls N. McKinney with a .22: rifle In the,New'River'swampnear prior to graduation. Sen. Oeorga A. Smathers; an

to the proposed nor's of the Graham. The talk was In response to other slate pledged to Sen.;
termination of local Starke-Bradford 'even one pros- railroad! employees don't yet a brief leave his Eugene ,.1. McCarthy: and a.
passenger Chamber of Commerce.The 'Sgt. McKInney who wait spending with a visit by .several parents in -
pective passenger of l local service sea this The Cham- by
happening. third slate organized!
,
train service'! : to the City (ItStarke railroad has announcedits Is harmful to the community ber Executive Committee feelsIt parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnney. was taklng'a walk School Board last week to pro- twice unsuccessful Gubernatorial -

,Railroad by: the Seaboard has been( Coast.liar expressed -- plans to terminate service as well' as''.the 38 other I would be doing the community "near the old homestead" when he spied the rattler crawling test stealing of clothing and candidate Scott Kelly

by the Executive Committee of Its 'local Pahnla/nd' Trains communities along the route. a disservice" if it did not across a cow path through the swamp. A'coupla of wellplacedshots shoes from the Athletic De- which, is labeled "no prefer-
of the Board of CoverfThe. No. 9 and 10 on May 31, the The executive committee points protest the Seaboard Coastline In the head put the big rattler out of commUnlon.. It partment during physical edu- ence. I ,::
last two passenger trains serving out the I reapohslbllty of the proposal to the Interstate. Com measured 3: feet 0 Inches la length and.bad 12 rattles and a cation classes. Saying they
'Starke. The southboundtrain pubic uilltjes (railroads as well merce Commisoion. were te1:! up with buying tennIs The Smathers. slate, which

Community arrives here at. 8:44:. p.m. as power companies, bus companies Whether the railroad's request button. shoes gym clothes: new has the blessing of the State
Ix. stationed at Fort Banning, 0.. and
and the northbound at S.10: telephone companies, win l (Ibe granted Is 'up to Sgt. McKinney locks for lockers: and replacing! Democratic organization, is
State Bank and those :in the trucking industry the ICC. will be eligible for retirement' next fall. etolen or lost Items the. par- pledged/ to vote for Sen.

"'And' : a.m.Loss of revenue' through de ) to provide\ for the The Starke City Council on ents requested that action be Smathers on the first ballot at ;.
'' .The.Florida Bank dining l / '''PlUlleJlger service and needs of ,the citizens they are May 7 voted to support tha taken to curb: thievery. the Chicago convention and Is" ,
*to stand. "Some think they then free to throw its support
a loss of man contracts has been "pledged" serve. Chamber's everything
j At Starke given ,by local railroad employees Railroads receive compensation US. Rep. Don Fuqua wrote Crawford Wins BHS Speech TitleJunior see belongs to them," Temple to.any. other candidate.

Will Not Be Open as reasons for the callback. : ,and profit in .the haul- the Chamber on May 14 that told the BHS students gather. Members of .this slate were,
"' F0lf BUSINESS Very few passengers now use ing of freight which helps to "diacontimra' jbn\: of this service Stanley Crawford. 16. the need for cooperative farm, ed in the auditorium. recommended by a 14-member' '

I It facilities in our area and I regret
service.
t Two other local providing passenger Executive Committee to
MEMORIAL\ DAYThis' 'passenger the Judges' ballots of Bradford Linda Paterson spoke on the is a thief he said.
r trains In pointed out that the Palm- the railroad feels such the Policy! and Planning Com-
stopped Starke
contest
serving : High School speech'
) ', youth in the Presbyterian Temple l said he has requested -
action Is
Space !Contributed several] months ago. Passengers land trains already haul freight necessary.: 'before the entire 900-member mittee of the National Pal'IW.where .
Church, and Mike Jackson'stopic the Physical Education Department '
I to Publicize can stilt board through' ,and are made 'Up of moreFfreight "I wanted to Join you In expressing student body In grades 9-12 : some changes were
Weekly
was capital: punishment. to give him a list of
trains like the Sttvwr Meteor cars than passenger our opinion on this Wednesday, May 22. made. The slate Includes' Sen.
Community- Events by Alvarez, Jackson and Miss lost or stolen\ items each day.
cars. "
Silver ; matter, wrote the
or Star, at Waldo. Fuqua Spessard L. Holland several
i The Community Admitting: the railroad hasa' Chamber President Wayne Chamber. Crawford won with a five Paterson are seniors: Students' were told to mark: Florida cabinet: members' (.In-
leadership.
Whiffen has expressed concern minute speech on The contest was sponsored their clothing and shoes with '
State Bank Juatifialbla claim toward discontinuance Chamber Executive Pet. Novak eluding Commissioner of Agriculture
of local passenger that this Is Just another step says this Is Just the beginning Greg Alvarez. Bradford by the BHS Speech Depart permanent markers. The principal Doyle Co nerl.- and''
Accounts now Insured service 4f It considers only toward discontinuing! : services of changes that wilt Chapter FFA" president and a. ment and was open to any said U students dressedout two former Governors of Ftor-.
I up to SI 5,000 by the economic situation the which will lend toward cutbacks adversely affect the economics) public speaking .veteran was student. Each entrant will receive in unmarked clothing they Ida. Rep. Don Fuqua ta the
Federal.Deposits Insur Chamber Executive Committee >in freight services' and of Bradford County's development voted 'the :winner in unoffic a certificate for enteringthe will henceforth be given an district delegate for the Sec-

ant Corfe._'" made the following points: eventual loss of Jobs, although tat balloting by the entire contest 'F* for the day's class. ond Congressional. District' on
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Mr. and Mrs. H.( O. DavisJr. I Mrs. W. C. Whitten of St. said that would mean spendinga Candy Von. May 18.
of Gainesville were visiting Augustine /was .a weekend 2nd Power Plant total of $594,000 of the original Mr. and Mrs Bberrod Mark
her ''mother, Mrs. Luctle Davis, guest.of. Mr. atid; Mrs. H. C. PrimarySet $650,000 on the power Hamilton Starke, a daughter
I lines. Janice Lynn. May 18.
on Sunday. Eil!ch. plant and distribution
Mrs. R. ''I* Crawford had as !Mr.' and Mrs. Lester Crews Almost Mr. and MM.' .Doley Monroe
guests, IMr. and Mrs. Carl C. attended the Pharmaceutical Tuesday Complete Hersey, Keystone Heights. .
Norman and family of Jack- convention In Orlando from I Recent BirthsMr. daughter, Robin Michele, :Mal
sonville\ over the weekend, and Sunday'. to Tuesday.\ [Continued. From Page One] 19.
GLADYS MOOTY Mr. and'' Mra. Lautlce"Bugger Mike Reddish of Jacksonville [Continued From Page One] BHS" if they are caught doing I switches, could cost about 'lad Mrs. Raymond Ste-

M ..... Phone 964-7608 of_Macclenny on) _Sunday.Mrs. '4s visiting his parents, slate.A further damage. $3.000, Friday ald. Utilities fanelll of Ocala announce the FIRST< ASSEMBLY OP GOD
Milton Patterson of Sheriff and Mrs. !P. D. Reddish this The principal referred to a Supt. Oscar Davfe considers birth (of a daughter on May 21. OF STABKK
t IMr. and (Mrs. Carl ILonnar Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand Montgomery' Ala. was Thurs- on Wednesday and Thurs- complete list of' delegates. world full of. angry young such an up to date a Paternal grandparents, are West Weldon St. ana &I t;
s "Johns and sons spent the iweekfcend daughter, MeUsua, spent day to' Saturday guest of Mr. on all slates!, including the people." virtual necessity. Surveyors map Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Stefan- ford Road.
}: In 'Hollywood (with Mr. the weekend at the Jackson and; Mrs. R. O. iPanaby.: day.Mrs.. Dave Paulk and grand- McCarthy' slate, and the Kelly We will Isten here, at BHS. would have a 1906 map to go elli of Sundar School: 10:00: *. m.
t And Mrs. Charles :Ourkee.' Mrs. cottage' on' Spring Lake. Mr. and Mrs Jimmy hitch daughter, Lisa Reddish, were in slate.; Is printed elsewhere in If you find positive constructive from. Starke 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship*
i Carl Johns, who had spent\ the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wanaley of of Boynton Beacn were visiting Athens, Ga. on business over this Issue of The Telegraphand ways to bring about "I would like to use the balance Bradford County Hospital 0:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7-00: .
pact ten days with her daUgh- Bell were Sunday afternoon Mrs. Grace Ritch over the the weekend.Mrs. should be studied care- change in the 'establishment. of the 'bond money rightup the following p. m. Evangelistic Serviced,
ter and family On Hollywood, visitors of (Mr. and Mrs Paul weekend.Rex E. J. Baker and son of fully ,before next Tuesday "This Is not an Idle speech," ,to the hilt and get every births announces Wednesday: 1:30 P.O. w.r.
returned to' Starke with her Faulkner. Brown of Miami was Jacksonville were weekend Republican Ballot Temple said, "I believe in thing possible' done," the R, : Avery Week: Prayer Meeting. !
4; won: and family. Miss Kathleen Thomas and home for the weekend.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. The short Republican ballot what I'm saying." S, and H engineer 4old the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur daughter, Pastor:' letter F. Richardson ;
and Mrs, J. T. Lawson to be used in Bradford, County Adkins: Waldo, a .
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hcflton James! McNeeley were Sunday Haddock. On the brighter side Tem- Council. Clerk Merrill Edwards
a were In Tifton Go. on 'Sunday visitors' of Mr. and Mrs. JohnE. visited Mrs M. I.. (Kelly and. next Tueustiiay will not carry ple congratulated the students
'visiting: Mrs. iHolton'a brother- Rule In Brunswick, Ga. family In Dothan Ala., and ford Local admittances to Brad- the names of any candidatesfor who worked and performed In
; in-law and sinter, Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. Jennie Maude Hodges Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Graddlck County Hospital' this office: since all Republican the stage production "WUd-
Roswell, Whiddon and her Prevatt of' Jacksonville Is visiting In .Sumatra on Sunday. week include: Raymond Work- nominations were settled in cat." He said he has beard no. ,
man HI of Lake Butler Mrs
mother,,;::Mrs. W T. Jordan, of her cousin, (Mrs. J. H. Mr. and Mr Joe E. Thomasof Lola ; the First Primary thing but that the play was
Nelson, Mrs. Sandra Ak-
Freeport,' (La. Fields, and friends here this Crescent 'Oty' were last and ridge, and. Neal McVeigh of It will carry an unpledgedlist warmly accepted by the pub I i
of Mr.
visitors ti
3 Rev.:And Mrs. Graham' Spur- week. I Wednesday Keystone Heights; Carol Grdf- of presidential preference lic. He termed it "one of the'
rler of' +.High springs and his Merton JB\ Clark of 'VlsJ.t-1 Mrs. S. G.Whlffen Denmark.Michael la 'visiting fls and Henry C. Wainwright delegates with William F. finest high school performances -
1 mother-Mrs. Spurrier, of Charlotte -\Ga. wa here this week : Mrs. L. ENatt of ILaiwtey; Ronald Rogers of Murfln. State Republican I've ever seen." Lq
:I ,, NXJ were last Friday ing his mother, Mrs. Luclna his grandmother In Miami ,this, week. Raiford; and Mrs. Annie Mae chairman, as organizer. Heading An Honors Program In as
s night dinner guests of Mr. and Clark, who' 'J.s! a patient dn the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling Morris, Raymond ''E. Hess, :Mrs: this list of delegates. is math and science in which
1 Mrs. J.; W. Ritch. Starke Nursing Home. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and Daisy M. Thomas, George W. Qov. Claude R. Kirk. selected.;:* students will be givenan
1 s balby daughter were In Dallas, Loper Jr., Mrs.M gnolla. Lewis) i Polls will open. at 7 a. m opportunity, ; to .take part
and close at 7 nextTuesday
1I Texas last week visiting. Rev I I and Sandra Grlffds, all of In the county's p. m. 17 was mentioned by the prIn-
and Mrs. Roman .Alvarez and Starke. cipal. Temple said BHS graduates -
1. .a.-.. I Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Star 1 Mrs. 'Sally Whitehead and precincts now in college have said. .
son, Bo, and Mfea Cindy Sink ; they need more work in those
Are You Satisfied ling.Mrs.. L/oyree/ Cocomlse attended spent the weekend with their Students Told areas and that "the program I
I I I a piano recital at St. Jo, aunt, Mrs. Gladys Feamster, we plan; 'will tex your ability.. "
; seph's Academy In St. Augus- In Tallahassee. Your favorite Senior told us to tell you
k tine last Friday night. Herdaughter Sheriff and Mrs P. D. Red SERVICE SCHEDULE!:
With The Your About Thefts
Way Debby Cocomlse, dlih! and Mrs. Lee Chamberswere
played ""In the recital and re- guests of Mr. and Mrs -ST. EDW ARD'S CHURCH She lovesShe's
turned ,to Starke with her Steve Simmons in Miami from Starke I
Tax Dollars Are mother for the weekend. Wednesday to' !Friday of las [Continued From Page One] Sunday Mass: 0:15: a. m.
a The executive 'board of the week. Sheriff Reddish attendeda Temple that Thursday Mass, 6:30: p. m. i
says only a
I Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary business meeting at the Sher- small Miraculous. Medal Novena< :
of the student
held a picnic lunch and aton Hotel' In Fort 'Lauderdale portion ,
7
Saturday. m.
p.
Being Spent? body is L at the %
meeting on Wednesday on Thursday.J. Students were also cautioned Confessions: S t. m. and 7 ,
aa Santa Fe Lake home of the L. .
aa Gentry 'returned Tuesday against. vandalism, which p.m. I
president, Mrs. J. 'W. Rltch. from a week in Rlversldrlospjtal. !
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:Mr. and M'MI.' J. C. Vlning Temple said was less -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH.
Vote for businessman who will '
a prevent wasteful Mr. and Mrs. Hoist' than last "but, still
and children of (Palatka. were C. Beall and of year we Keystone Heights.
I spending. Tuesday evening supper guestsof spent Thursday son:to' Sunday Macon with Ga have some." He told the students Sunday Mass: 7:39: a. m.

:I Mr and Mrs. L. D. Vlning. Mrs. Gentry. they have "no right to and 3:00! a. m.Wedneeda.y learned that Vanity Fair colors: are the colors", that go
Annie R. Norman of destroy public buildings, to
i Elect CHARLES SAWYER Jacksonville Mrs. Is visiting her E.Visitors MoRae of last Mr.Thursday and Mrs.were B. break on buildings"Temple out windows or to paint vena, 7 p. m.: MAAS and No- with her clothes and glow with her complexion, and she

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Stephens of .
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Cookout Given Miss Nancy WallIs Marian GreenIs ADK Offers BATLESS JIJGDWAY Crawford. Sox 73, [rD. ;ise atStark.. Bradford.
.,.' (half lnt.re"t). Lawt"y'l I I County Florlda' I
For Thorntons ComplimentedAt HonoredAt $8,000 Grant BAPTIST Sunday CH school MICR 10 *. m.; Dated thll nth day of ./8' It -so

Employees of W. T. Jack- Lovely Tea Reception For Research : Morning Worship Service. 11 .
I a. m.i: Training Union 6:30
son, Inc. a party Saturday -
gave
Miss Nancy Wall 'of St. Miss Marian Green, bride- Alpha Delta Kappa, International p. m.; Evening Worship 7:30p. :
GLADYS MOOTY Spring at Lake the Jackson honoring cottage Mr. and on Augustine bride-elect was elect of June IS, was honored' honorary sorority for m. Happiness Is Getting A Bulova
tea ata
I PhoiM 964-7608 Mrs. Pat Thornton. Mrs. complimented with a reception Sunday after women educators Is offeringan Prayer Meotlnr. Wei.. 7:30:
Tuesday afternoon given by noon given by Mrs. H. H. $8,000 grant for a research -
Thornton Is the former Mrs C. m.; G. A. Meeting Wet*.,
Mrs. George Roberts Jr., Airs. Adams and Mrs. S. G. \Denmark project utilizing ,the
Faye GUI an employee of 7:30: p.m.; Choir Rehearsal.Wed. From Williams Fop
St. Mark's Women Birthday Party Jackson! Inc.Enjoying J. E. Wilson Mrs. W. B. Mun- at the home of the latter arts and humanities for the .. 7:30: p.m.; Erother- Jewelry
at 1612
I dy and Mrs. Eve Baldwin E. Call Street, benefit of mankind. Accordingto
Plan ReceptionAt For Lex Sanders the steak cookout. the home of the latter. Arrangements of day lilies Mrs Fate Brown, president hood meeting, last Monday: :
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson .
Parish HousePlans were I Gracing a table at the en- and sweefcpeas, were used In of Alpha Gamma Chapter, In each"month. Hev. David Graduation
MM.' Curtis Jr. Mrs. W T. Jackson! Sr. Modelros. tor.NOTirr .
Sanders entertained of the oa
trance was an arrangement party rooms. The tea more than 250 requests for applications -, ,
Tom Jackson,
for the Institution of at a party on Wed- Mr. and! Mrs. pink and white gladioli, car- table] was covered with a white for the grant have I .. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warrenand ,
nesday afternoon of last week nations and Fuji mums. In the damask cloth and held an arrangement been received' at the sorority ; on. INTRXTIOV TO '' '
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Rev. J. Thomas Staab as 'o .a
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 0 .
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tor of St. .Mark's Episcopal for her son. Lex, on his first Moore. living room was a French of multi-colored headquarters:: In. Kansas City HKGIBTMR NAMt9 FICTITIOUS 0 '
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Church by Bishop Hamilton birthday.The bouquet of white Fuji mums, snapdragons. Serving: Coca- The grant is available only Notice la hereby given that CaNDLELigHT".> :
West on Friday night: May 20 little guests enjoyed The group. presented the Ice berg pompoms, and pink Colas were Mrs. Steve Simmons for women who have completed vlnlonr the undersigned of. Seutlon under 86 H.OA,the Florida pro- o The women envy 23 of,leweli.every ;iO
24, was discussed by the Wo- refreshments and playing honored couple with an electric carnations. An arrangement of Jr. and Mrs. Travis work for their master's de- statute-n. 19A5. will r"lfl"t..rwith 6 Completely diamonde.: tit wltti (.
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of the Church at ithelr 1 on the terrace and 1 awn. fryer-broiler as a me- yellow and white daisy pompoms Woods.:,Presiding at the sUvercotl1'ee the Clerk of the Circuit 14K (old. Faceted. i .
men The refreshment\ table. mento of the occasion. used In the Florida service I gree.ADK Court' la and for Bradford, YNlo.va, wIIlt. .
was were Mrs. Don- D
regular monthly meeting Mon- I was plans three 48,000 County. Plo>rlda' upon receipt' iriho <
\ day night May ..13, at. the centered with a birthday cake room. ald Thornton and Mrs. Jerry grants, the first winner to be of notice proof: ., the of. publication flctltloim I I, name of thin of' a Po
home of Mrs. William Carter holding a single candle. Favors Cadette Troop The tea table in.the. dining Mastowski of Green Cove selected late this year. Subse-I HAMPTON= MIKJAVORKA under
with Mrs. Pete Novak as co- of baskets of candles, Enjoys Outing room was covered with' white Springs quent winners will be selectedIn which we are engaged/ In buitlnen .
hostess.! horns and baloons were givento J- cutwork cloth,,and centered Mrs. Denmark greeted the next two blenniums. I Fla. at P. O. Box 93, Hampton I

\ After the Institution at the the little guests, who 'included Girl Scouts> of Cadette 1 with a silver container holding guests at the door, and standing "We hope that our fleorga. Davis, 1(83( Yucatan 8e ;
Lex's cousins, Melanie In the line Drive, Orlando' Fla. (half In- I
carnationsand receiving were ploneer-j
and white
church, a reception will be I Troop 606 /enjoyed an afternoon -I pink Ing work in this area terent); Paul Crawford and T. :
held at the parish house\ honoring and Lex Green m, of Gainesville of horseback riding Tuesday Fuji mums. Presiding at the honoree; her mother, Mrs. tract other sources of support 40 r71 4ti

Rev. and Mrs. Staab. I accompanied by Bill Cos- the silver tea service at Intervals Robert Green; and Mrs. H C. for projects by both men and ,/ 1'i a, r. O
and Bishop West. Assisting Mrs. Sanders were tello and Ralph Bryan. were Mrs. O. I* Beas- Douglas of Brooker mother of women" (Mrs. Brown said. THE SOUTIISIDE
her mother Mrs. Lex Green, ley., Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. the brlde-IITO Mrs. Orlder presided:! over Later they enjoyed a cook- CHUIfCII OF CHRIST
and i her aunts, Mrs. G. J. Me Mrs. W. Assisting in serving were 0o
the meeting and Mrs. Herbert: out and swim at the Lake George Roberts, and) Pixies HoldMonthly .
Thomas gave the devotional. Grill Sr. and Mrs. H. L. Speer. Brooklynhome of Mr. and O. Stringfellow. 1 Miss Joyce Denmark, Mrs. Invites YOUTo I'

After the business session! Mrs. Costello. Mrs. Jack Hall Guests were greeted at the John E. Watson HI.Mrs. John MeetingThe ftD
guests were invited Into the HarrellBeutkeThe assisted, !Mrs. Costello in caring door by Mrs. Baldwin and Odom III Mrs. Carl Roberts Hear .
Mrs. S. S. Noegel, and. Mrs.J. Pixies held their
I line regu-
dining room, where for '''her guests. presented to the receiving<
ments were served. t'etl'eSh-1 wedding of Miss Sharon composed of Mrs. J. E. Wilson, E. Hardy. lar monthly meeting on May THE GOSPEL
table, covered with a Kartell to Amos Beutke. will be Jr. Club Notice the honoree her mother, Mrs. The hostesses presented the 8 at the Starke Nursing Home I surilesy"T"0
an event of Saturday, June I, and the mother honoree with a piece of her Pixies visit with patients A masterpiece! ofdailgn. .
cutwork cloth, was centered, H. C. Wall OF CHRIST ft 14K yellow eold., '
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with an arrangement of spring' at 8 p. m. In the Brooker The Junior Woman's Club of the bridegroom-elect. Mrs. chosen china as a mementoof and, perform such other duties Waterproof.17 ....,Solf.wmuing."' -

flowers The hostesses were'assisted Baptist Church. A receptionwill will hold an Installation of Samuel Bennett of St. Augus the occasion. as feeding, writing letters I I 8:30: Sunday Morning : 0 $129.00 -y;
In serving by Mrs. ImmedJately follow in theBrooker officers and banquet on Sat- Sixty guests were invited to playing games, and taking patients JJ

James Blackshear Mrs. George Community Center. urday, May 25, at 7:30: p. m. at tine.Serving as floor hostesseswere call between the hours four for walKS. Each girl is WPXE Radio Dial 1490 0 0050"i'df1'I' "
Winkler, and Mrs. Kenneth All friends ani relatives are the chub house. Mrs. Charley Johns and five thirty. expected to work eight hours
Orlder. I invited to attend. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Mrs. T. a month. After 50 hours of Worship Service Graduation Gift
Beta Sigma Phi ,work the girls receive a ; Headquarters
T. Long, Mrs. J. A. Griffin. cap Sunday, 11:00 A.M.
Mrs. Vernon Sllcox Mrs. Gene Beta Sigma Phi sorority will after, 75 hours, a pin: and
Shaw. Mrs. Randy Johns Mrs. meet at 3 p. m. Monday In the after one year and 50 hours Bible Study. Sunday
Mrs. J. they receive a stripe on their! WILLIAMS JEWELRY
Harold Godwin, and home of Mrs Robert C. It A.M. and 7 P.M.
Godwin. Barksdale 636 W. Madison
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',' l The hostesses presented) the St'with Mrs. Betty. Registeras cap.The uniform consists of a 3 MI. South :Dn US, 301 141 W. Call(St. Phone 964-7064
honoree with a silver casseroleand co,hostess.NOfTBSIDE. white blouse, white .tennis I

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a pink -carnation corsage shoes and yellow pinafore. -- --
an a memento of the occasion.One BAPTIST All girls entering the 9th -
hundred guests were I/Mated on BATMM! iCfhwtvr grade this fell, and those on
Invited to call between .the [8R 2281] RaUonl Road through !the 12tih grade, who
hours, four to six o'clock. I8R UJ.' 'Bervkea: Hundnj:!, are interested in joining !the
School 10, a., 3e.. Sunday Pixies, should contact Clau]

Wesleyan Guild MJrnlnc Worship 11 a. m dette' :Peterson at 964-,006. gJIWtJJbpYdA
w', or- attend the next regular
Training Union 6:30: p. m. 0 a -
Has Installation meeting on the second Wed- '
Evenln Service 7:30.: MM-
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The Wesleyan Service Guild next meeting will be held June
In the day. 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Law- (
met Tuesday nigh hen 12. Sp
Methodist Church sanctuaryfor : yyaator __ __ __H ___
a pledge senvlce, and Installation .
;" of officers.
I Rev. V. J. Ragsdale Installed _

VACATION I I R.the HIxon following president officers: : Mrs.J. Mrs... WORLD'S SMALLEST .; ,.. N-r.'jA'' ';":"C zV ttUE. l l'EfA
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/ : ." Johns bison: treasurer. ; ands Mrs' ADDING --'.- BIG SELECTIONMANY ,
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: IrlA111 ,411/ : During the program Mrs. MACHINE {'a;! 4 p, t
Johns showed a film on Missions. > STYLES'''

Mrs. Ruth Frazier was Zlni/A.elx Mill }fail
presented with a special mem
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Save for the fun things! Johns was given a baby certificate t' Ladies 2 Pc.j

.Jo. ....... y for her daughter. Jen- ;.c 41 <' }ulyHad b N !

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.1' ."17t1r...t41we,.wirttn7ttt In the Hampton volunteer fire ran mnenta were made for a number 468-1577. Mr B. F. Christie of Gainesville IVotles of Applicationfor sued. thereon The certificate Name In which assessed Samuel highest bidder at the court house
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department. The meeting was meeting on Saturday May 25 MRS. ELLA I. BROOKINS visited the number. and years of Issuance, Crockett.All door on the first Monday In
Don Hills
on Tax DndNle. the' d .orli Uott of the' Month of June, 1068 which Is
> property
I attended by co 1ncllman, R. J.WlIlIa.ms at 3 being In
: p. m. so Instructions may Funeral services held .i.ia..s..so.1 of said "
were Tuesday of last week. and the name In which It ofrj'frtlor Btat the 3rd day of June 11)118.)
;. Arnold Haddock, D. ''be given concerning; the fire for Mrs. Ella I. Brookins in The Hampton Baptist 1IM.18 V.l. cr. as follows-: of the Florida.County Dated this 18th day of April
Williams H. Crawford E. J. Greene, ,truck and fire fighting equip- Slocomb, Ala. on Saturday Church held Its Baptism at NOTICE: IS HEREBY:; GIVEN, Certificate' No. 84 Unless such certificate, or cer- 1963.!!
::5'JCKnlByMi* HUT Put Glover, Ted ment, Year of ISHunnre. 1BA6I I redeemed according CHARLES A HARRY
Brown Sep by Arnold Haddock who May 18 at 3 p. m. Mrs. Brook- Mtilake:: last Sunday with 18 Unit Mr. Carl Mirton I tlfloates hall be Clerk of Circuit Court -of
the holder< of the tollawingaertltleatea < ;I Dmicrlfitlnn of Property TO 50' to law the propertydescribed <
mour Bailey Williard Thomas Is fireman Florida
the Jacksonville
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rLaa1AJJl14AVIAIe on Ins Is the mother of Orvllle orcertificates Bradford County
I ... being baptised.Mr. has filed raid certificates -I of Lot U lllk 18 LawleY E. of In such certificate
and Steve Varnum. fire department, All persons Brookins and has visited In RR, will be sold to the 5-2 4t 8.11lerwillegar
: .FE and tor lax duml' 10 be 'Is
DEPARTMENTT Mrs owen Bryant a
...'.'0 "A meeting was held at the 'V/llliard Thomas was appointed -, interested In Joining' the Hampton for several years. of Santa Fe lake were visiting -....
:i ., etq'hall6nThursdtav.; May fire chief arid Sey- volunteer fire department Those attending the funeral Mr and Mrs. Lynn Hall on -' "- -
mour Bailey and Ted Brown should contact Willard Thomas from, here were Mr. and Mrs. .
:: ""- '18 for aJl''persons interested I I were appointed assistants. Ar- E. W. Hodges, Mr. and 'Mrs. Tuesday.GOOD1
l. In person or 'oy phone
: "t Vernon Parmenter, Mrs. Mar-
:: tha Sue Bennlsh and Mr. and
..t. ;: I Mrs.SENIORSThe Orville Brooklns. Motors


::: : Vote For I ones that will tte /graduating -
at the commencement .
exercises in Starke on Friday;
I June 7 are: Ronnie Blrt,
,m Brenda :Brown. Diane Brown, FOR
ART I Eloise Hlnes, Gary Johns, Car NEW 1968MUSTANGS
I olyn Meng Rita Meng, Jo-
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Holliday anne Slade. and Raymond
Thomas. Carolyn Kennan will' LIFE
graduate from Gainesville
i : Hlorh on June 1"
PERSONALSIn .
BRADFORD recognLtlon of Focus TO SELECT FROM
) COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Week the Junior GA's had a 12
slumber party ands welnerroast
at the home of Larry nAil "A9MI1
and Pat Younsrblood on Friday -
THANK YOUI night. 16 girls were present ..
with their counselors Priced .
i sincerely appreciate the Dorothy Bparkman ivnd Lor- INSURANCE l'rom $
outstanding of
support my ine Youngblood (
:E friends in the a i iCood 00
First Primary. Frances Lott of Miami 1s1 l
spending two weeks with her
I I"STILL" parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. updo-date life insurance
a Vote All The Way With Holliday Lott. While here Mr. Lott,| protection.A good choice of policies -
Frances and Paul spent sev-[ designed to fit your needs ex.
eral days visiting relatives in actly. (Like our Junior,.Family, or 2348
;; Small Enough To Know You Mississippi. i It Executive.s the same Protector good dot plans.as)State And :
i I Mrs. Neta Johnson and Carl Farm auto insurance! Three good
I And Large Enough To Serve You Dennison spent last week in naaons to call your Slate Farm.
Ft. Myers visiting Mrs. Merle agent now. Still another reason?
I The special training end .:
Singleton and family. Mrs. experience
IE Singleton and daughters Joined that make him an outstand-
I Ina professional
.1 Art them back for the week-.50 call him nOw.Insurance: ipso)'
: Holliday i end.' I
: Mrs. Gertrude Eftade. Mrs MERRITTWILLIAMS
Edna Sherouse, Mrs. Mary
WITH ANY NEW MUSTANG
Watterson. Mrs. Leola Schul-
SECOND PRIMARY -- MAY' 28 I throp and Mrs. Belle Brown 117 'N. Walnut Street FREE TAG SOLD AND DELIVERED
spent Cedar several Key.\ days this weekat PHONE 9645391STAT DURING MAY

>Mrs. E. P. Christie and Mr.
(pd. pol.) adv.) I and Mrs. David Kelly of Bossier -
!! MUM" itn/!'WWHWWP/ COMIMNT
City, La and Mr. and HOME OFHIU IlLOOMINl [IDN. ILLINOIS'
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Owned and operated by local owners who support all .- AND And Bring i into ,our Store and.'
local projects and have helped in a small way to help make 1 Register Forour
community a better one to live in. We appreciate the .
r support you have given us in the past and our aim is to : LAWN
' better serve our public and community by increasing our w : MOWER
supplies and giving advice, which the people of our area
i deserve. To Be Given Away June 1st. All Entrants
Must Have Coupon To
Enter.
Before you take your business out of town where none ,.. I" .. ..- '
e us benefit from it, let Starke. Builders' Supplies! have the % and d. 'Free Ball 1-1of Point Pen Given
opportunity to at least price'you on your supplies. We know All Items In Our Store Will'Carry 10 Discount t On Cash To Each Entrant

j that we can be cometitive with our competition. All we can I _. .
ask is to be given the opportunity and it will be sincerely '--- .
appreciated I : Carry Basis Only While Sale Lasts PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 31st -



i1xA' S G ; ds ...,:,r.r i.3goK, GUARANTEED

.. porting 00 I PAINTS

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N iii f' I Keep Your House- Cooler in the Summer INTERIOR LATEX 2 GAL. $5.00
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: Warmer in Winter! ALL COLORS
Ili "Jft ''e,1?yreVAHr.4 ".,f ltL t'RbtaA+LtT.e 9.:4r, ''Ij, w
BASEBALLS-GLOVES INSULATION

FREE 2 GAL GAS CAN BATS 1' ;, SPUN GLASS ACRLIC(: INTERIOR

HATS .
ON EACH MOWER. SOLD I r With Aluminum Foil Backing :
ROOM LATEX LATEX
lo'xlo'USING ROOM: 10'xlO
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Briggs & Stratton Engine 2V 1 USING 4"
18" 3 H.P. MOWER $41.95 INSULATIONOnly INSULATIONOnly For Wood() or Masonry' Paint Guaranteed To
Exterior Use Best
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Cover in One Coat
14 Briggs & Stratton Engine $$5.40 $$7.29 Quality Complete Line of Colors

22" 3 H.P. MOWER $46.95 Reg. $6.45 Gal. REG. $:;.75 GAL.

4 3v2 ILP. LITTLE LEAGUE NOW. 1
SELFPROPELLED MOWER $69.95 SHOES 25 Sale I $$4.75
- $$5. COOK OUT EQUIPMENT
Briggs & Stratton Engine Bike Tires 0n$5.25 l
3/2 H.P. Belt Drive Mower $139.95 j LIFE-TIME ALUMINUM EnamelaforiAbove Paint in
MEN'S BASEBALL ._
Briggs & Stratton Engine Swivel Front Wheels ,
SHOES - $J.15 Cooker & smoker + SIIERWIN-WILLIAbIS HI Level Exterior Paint
5 t P.Tires: DRIVE MOWER $159.95 FUME & MILDEW RESISTANCE

10% DISCOUNT ON ALL OTHER} MOWERS ALL SIZES REG. PRICE $35.93: ?: REG. $6.25GAL. NOW _
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IN STOCK FISHING REELS S ae------I $$2995REG. $5.49.

See Our Complete Line of .. 1. x
REGULAR SALE BIGDISCOUNTS I :

.1 GARDEN CARE ZEBCO REEL NO. 33 $19.50 $10.95 BI.75B"AGCHARCOAL: a 1

AND ZEBCO REEL NO. 404 8.50 4.95 40 -Sale 1 $2'95 1r

'\. ZEBCO REEL NO. 202 6.50 3.75 ON
EPECIALS ON ALL COOK-OUT GRILLS; ALSO WE
ZEBCO REEL NO. 808 24.95 13.95 r
-. Lawn Equipment EAGLE CLAW 88A STOCK A COMPLETE 1 LINE ACCESSORIES. PAINTAND

SPIN CAST REEL 23.95 14.95 '
10 WITH BENCHES ;

a I 2 SPOOLS PICNIC TABLES Special $34.50MADE .
MITCHELL NO. 400 28.95 19.95 BRUSHESALL
b SPECIAL OF REST 2x6 CEDAR "


.. ROD PRICES START AT $1.50 up COLEMAN AT: TREMENDOUS STOVES: AND DISCOUNTS ICE CHESTS PAINTS- AND ACCESSORIES

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ON _PRICES_ _GOOD_ _THRU_ MAY_ _31ST_ 110 LB. SET OF PLASTIC COATED
ONE COAT EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT
GARDEN HOSE $$7.50 !MAKE OLD FURNITURE LOOK LIKE NEW WITH WEIG'HIS WITH DUMBELLS

t OUR ANTIQUE NEEDED KITS- .-. KIT INCLUDES EVERYTHING PER GAL. $C QCc.W 7 _____ .

0'-%" RUBBER At Sale Price of Per Kit REG. $23.95 SALE
REG. PRICE $ .9HsOSESALE - $325 See Demonstration or You Won't Believe 19.95
What This Paint Will I Dot! ._



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LABEL MAKERS, from deceased may be entered. against you for The Commlwilon l reserves, the
Thomas 4k PleroeAttorneys the relief. demanded In the Complaint I right to reject any mall bid.
I Two Injured One Critical In Lawtey Crash $3.95- Bradford County: Tele- or Petition A' J. Dspe---Aascntivpt : -
1 graph. Ph. :et-S3U. P. O. Drawer' Iota Witness my hand and. the aenl ''''
Starke. Florida of said Court on 15th, May, St b-20iAS.
6.9 4t 0-J lest.! I
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H. C. [Pete] Walnwnlghi was In Gainesville.. IN (Olr '..r Jrncia'n! oornT tlnOAI.) '
IN AND: roil IIIIADPURU. r. The Clr..lt Court or The Charms: A. Darby
seriously injured and a 79- Her husband John William I IHandman COtTNTV. Pl.ORinA Eighth Judicial C.nrt .f KlorldM. A* Clerk Of Bald Court
year-old. Tampa woman critically -\ ," 2. driver at one ,, In ro: Ellta t. of I. A." far Bradford. CuaBtr. 5/23 4t 6-11 .
hurt Sunday VICTOK a CAIPA.NELLA (:nil. No. 11I1Edward :
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afternoon vehicle was not .J1 aspttallzed. dec."do'rlN H. Crew, INVITATION TO BID FOR EVERY PUUOSIMbrors
May 10, in a collision at US- According $o the report of >: TO rnEDiTom vs Evelyn H. Crews, BY
301 and All creditor of the eHtate of NOTICB OF Plllinurt'l TATR PI'ItrHAHIN' ('0".0" '""- ,
SR-223 at Lawtey.Walnwilght's the ,, :. .
Investigation officer. Fjor-- t ; + b.! f.AI Victor" 8 Ciinipuni-lla.. (deceased TO: K"*lyn H. Crew.P. ". I.II/IHKR./ : .
condition was ida Highway Patrol( TroqperN. u ,tv.t are hereby notiriml and required. O. Box 202 FI.OHIO'
described as good Tuesday by E. Richardson ,of Uacel F n- I t i% to file any ola'ma lin\e or demands avalnHtaald ... Wade North. Carolina 28398 Compotltlve. Sealed. Rids'. will FOR,EVERYSHEAS W'OSI
estate the You ar hereby notified Ib..tan be received hy the State Pur-
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the Bradford County Hospital.!! ny. Hardman was traveling In offlfo of the action for divorce has been chasing. (CommlaBlon. until 11:00 '
Mr,*. Nettie Elizabeth Hard- north on1"' U3-301' through funr.;: >Judge\ la ot the Bradford Conrthoueeit : Coun filed avalnat I you and you orereaured AM on the .date shown. for the ?
r rl / to serve a ropy ef :your tollnwtnslJune :
man. 79. was transferred to'' Lawtey apprpaehing the intersection Starke Florida, within six ,
If
calendar montha written dfenaea. anvV\ to It 6 IMS! Sale of Pine
the Intensive care unit of with SR-2S5.:! of the firm from the date on .Uuirene F. Shaw Attorney Oum GLASS CO
the puhllrntlnn of this .
for Plaintiff whose address la Aid nianka. Conditions and
University' of Florida Medical! : Wainwright. traveling"west, notice must be Rarh In laim or demand 141 Went Call street Htarke Appolflratlnnn maY lie obtained S72-43I5 n2. iSJ
wrltlnic and
mu.I"t..te
on S&-225, failed!, to stop ibr'astop the "Florida and file the ol'llJn.1wllh from the State Purnhaalnnr Commtsnion I I 4th
: Discs or runldenco and the Clerk of the. ttlyovetyleii : William D. fiioxhamItullfllnir. III! N.W. PIi.e
rrt't o'flce adJIrene nf the .
pre clnlmant
slan and pulled Into' the Court on or before. JuneSI Room Its.I 'alhoun G.Ia.svilte
path of Hardman's IMS Ram the claimant and.. toilet his be. uuvnt sworn. or to Mailtornov bv 1>*8 ; otherwise a Judgment Street, Tallahassee' Florida. 1._ j
LEGAL FORMS. Bradford bler. Trooper Rlclh .rdSn's) report or It will become void -ti.
County Teletraph. Ph. acrord'nto 'iw.
stated. April 28. loft.MARIO .
964-6305. I I The Rambler. crashed# head- ..CAMPANKI .
""''nln.' > lrnt">r "f the Kntate
on into the aide of Wanwrlghfs of Victor S. Citinpunella TIME TO MAKE TRACKS !
TYPEWRITERS
: Manual or, ,
1803 truck.
Chevrolet
Electric.., Fer sale or rent. _, i
Wainwright has been charged ,
Bradford County Teletraph. with, failure to yield the Don't BeDECEIVED -" .' J
rllfht-ol .
way.Damage :
RUBBER STAMPS and 4 i,
Pads." Brad ord County Telegraph. I to the truck was ,. fi fiti i
estimated by Trooper Richardson .0,
Ph. 964-8305. t i
t. at $350 and to the ,
By Advertised Prices .. I
I front of the Ramber! at $49. .. ; ",... .' 1_
n tr 7tiv Total cost of contract In I
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't 4 .
i what ""
you actually pay. Get
I the Rl AL FATS before 'II'f'f
ri you Blgn. Our payments are
rf i; -\t\ "
I from 98 to $15 per month : i
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"THANKS"The ..f .1."...." -.... -........- lean., with and the mime down ( ,
number
payment of
This pick-up was hit broadside an It entered critical! condition In UnlverHlty of Florida, month to pnry. 8 per rent. ,. J" .. "..1t I
Medical Center Kxamlnlnic: the wrecked auto bank financing- hidden : :
U.S. sot from SR-225 In Lawtey Sunday. !. t ...i'f' .
The rolllHlon left II. !C. (Pete> Wainwright I* FLIP Trocpl< r (Curios, Turlington. charged.. Ten top munufocurem f

Members of the "STARKE hospitalized: and an elderly Tampa woman In represented.LOW. t

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Car Breaks Loose ,
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SHRINE CLUB"wish, to express our I! In another( wreck Saturday. OVERHEAD / 1, .. .. (..,... -:. .
'May 18, a 1955 OMsanoblle ,, .I. .,.,\ .c.I ..
station wagon being towed behind L Does It! .L "' rS -
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Sincere, Thanks and Appreciation to a 1955 Chevrolet drivenby : .:, '. :
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Cordell Sapp. 44, Baldwin The Oe1 r8 : -II .tj.. ,. :
broke loose on U8-3CH 2.5 '
rM Dad anffurad ,
everyone who made our Annual Chicken miles south of Highland and Drive The Trucks. t '''' I"A I' l'''J' .
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crashed Into two trees. .
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ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY I jf'
Dinner an outstanding success. Damage to the towed car ww 110. ..i : .. -,
was estimated at$75 ,by Trooper y (, -,.
8-10-12 WIDES
Carson Turlington. The '. .
1 y'x I'/i' BATHS :i'
towed Oldsmobile traveled .

God Bless You All the across west the shoulder median of strip US-301 onto, Y 'ir\r 4e"$ f;+ 'rte"t AND EXPANDABLES .
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striking a pine tree with Its LAKE GENEVA .
f left front end and ,then another 13tiC'I' '
Starke Shrine Club pine with its right front. I '\ I.
MOBILE HOME .
I Bapp was not injured and w- .' ." '
no charges were filed. 1 \

SALESOne n'" \\,\ u't .. ..,' _-

ThlM 1062 Rambler driven by an 82-yead-nld ,Tampa man mile S.E. Keystone '' .' *"' 'V.' : ..
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Select Your chained, Into the Walnwrlght truck In Lawtey. Sunday after I Heights on Route 100. \ '1 ." "JI I', ,.
noon. Cracked wlnnhleld left of photo, Htio\H where Mrs. I OPEN SUNDAYS ,,' \ ''J .. I. 1 t (
Elizabeth 79, struck. She listed In' '
Nellie Harriman, wan critical .

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FOR HIMCongratulate aK i
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Compliment Her With Leather BillfoldsCOSMETICS With a Cologne Him or I

And Purses After Shave t A 4 4 4 i 4 i'' A r

Reg. $8.00 *KARATEKARATE It does so much, a a a e a a : '68saiiiI1expjq
That Will Please
nly $4.98 I but cost so little r ;
i +a 4 a a M a s A w

Intimate Oriental I LimeImplement I !! I

Spray Mist $2.50 Leather Fitted 'f9.5I
Sets *JADE EAST I !

Ambush Spray $2.00 up *Jade East CoralCologne I }\( I ,. :
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$3.50 CRICKET r rnB1Ctl", 1 0
ELECTRICSHAVERS 'i/c

Tabu Spray *PUBCologne lJtJlltn"Cllbt"&dp 'li u. I ; t.

$3.50 *THAT MAN The Only Trades We Miss Are Those !

All Makes .
Silk of *CANOEENGLISH We Don't Know About! I

Intimate $2.00 LOW PRICES With many important features of Royal office typewriters! IJ

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JEWELRY LEATHER c .,, Full-size keyboard
My, Sin $3.50 I i Pleasant
Ideal] For Her ENGLISH light Royal "touch"
Powdered Mist by Large Selection WIde/ writing line

Lanvin Tie Clasps & Pins Leather Lime I Roll 'n' Ready Papor Feed

For Him *NINE FLAGS t Quick-Set margins
A Veil of Arpege
Retractable paper suppor

Fluff $5.00 CAMERASRecord *OLD SPICEEAU 2-color ribbon a / # _

*PASSPORT Guaranteed for 5 years
DE LANVIN The Events of

$3.50 Their Life with Pictures 360 t .5-YEAR GUARANTEE. Royal' Typewriter Company. Inc. guarantees Us 301 goea ?aof 964-75011

GRAJDUATIO replacement at no charge other than labor and ship
Travel Alarms >nAND ping of any defective' : part (except rubber part, ribbons or STARKE FLORIDA 1
My Sin or Arpege FATHERS DAY ,
part damaged by accident or misuse) within five years of
CARDS NOW purchase. No labor charge within first 00 days. Guarantee 3 I
Talc $2.50 A Useful Gift ON SALE cover only the original purchaser. :.:.!. I
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MEDICARE SUPPLIES Wheel Crutches] Chairs- Canes--Commode i! stop in. See it. Try it. Toull love the spirited new lioyalitef f.i"2

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Chairs Bed Pans- Uriqala; Elastic Hosiery Sickroom and Invalid I CONGRATULATIONS TO

Supplies Rent and Sell Also Full Line of Electric Portables

BRADFORD HIGH SENIOR CLASS I

Your Prescription Will Be Filled With Care at KOCH'S DRUG STORE.

Fresh, Potent Drugs At A Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Registered Their Performance of "Wildcat" Was The Best High
Pharmacist. At Koch's 'Your' Health
Fill Your Next Prescription? BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH School Production We've Ever Seen!

Open! Daily 8 A. M. 7 P. M. Sunday 10 A. M. 12 Noon I eo:, Ssne

KOCH DRUG STORE FREE DELIVERY I ,! :I

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Kwtjon 1 Taut ,R'.x! BRADPOKD COCNTT TELOAUTA1t1T.: << 'rLoBm& TIIITItSUAV.. MAY 23. 1968Deir


4- j I candidates are doing' so herein -I ence. the McCarthy decn'Proving"around Mary- nd Metulre IM. 70002. $,870SBAI void according to Inw. Year. of Issuance lose
4t Florida.::' By sponsoring two knows what it. i U going to ( : -> May 7, A. D. 1968. DoHtirlptlun of Property No.
Those Feds 'I Tommy: B. Cox Wilbur A. Scott SE' of sEt'4 Sou
t slates In the Florida Democratic land.While 524. BMi of ,4 : ;
4J. in Chicago. Furthermore } there. he received Tt ..or < Kxorutor] of the JiUtnte. of ",obi 3V. t-6-a. R-21-U.;]
J. Primary. on May 28, politicians Never Forget"The members of this slate are nine weeks'of training In the Town of IlrookerfeiuuKorU Thomas Quigley/ deceased Name In which asMOsael C. H.
county Fin. jf irst publication on May li A John Renti.
hope, to reverse the i
willing to let George da It ordnance mission of supplying\ 5/18 ft e-8 A. O 186S. All of Mid ; In
progressive trend. Only by 'Federal Government them. The THOMAPIEnCm/ th : ot : Urtlnlta; t
McCarthy slate and maintaining the Army : County
"never I !. Const ........ .. ':0111" III tad 203-205 North Tempi Avenu. of Florida.Un .
for the slate to
voting pledged
Mr. Editor: fore;eta. Engineer the only one headed by a I weapon*, and combat vehicles For nradforil Count? Florid Starke. Fla. ] s. mioh certlfloat or certificate
Sen. Eugene McCarthy can a Don Ru:.ltman commented to sldential candidate and In re: Estate nf John Thomas 5/18 4t 6lai shall be redeemed ao
1.: The presidential primary voter be confident of where the City Council Tuesday slate Qulffley deceased cording to law the property
only which offers aU Seaman
I., elecUon< grew out of the re- Apprentice Philip NOTK.M; or .>nOBATE the. Court of tie Co..," descrlherl In such certificate or
; his vote. Is going.In night. us Floridlans. too a R. Elder, son' of Mr. and MnsBnmvett To All Persons Interested In ".d... Brndford County, Florida' oertlflctttes will be sold to the1he.t
I foinif,of the Pcpullst. Pro- Seems that !back The Estate Of Said Decedent: 1m Pro..... the court house
the case of the ""no-pre in 1945: to cast a vote for President ; '"/ bidder at
T gresUve period. The 'primary at : O. Elder, and Seaman You are hereby notified thai In ret Estate of Aoor on the firm Monday In
ference" or so-called "mainstream' the 'TU h of Camp Bland- the May 28 primary J Apprentice Dwight C. Elder a written Instrument purportingto HpNUY PKAR3AO, Deceased.To Month of June 1988 which li.de
Is an institution designed tof Ing's beg'Inn'ngs' '! the City be the last will and testament All Creditors and Person 3rd day. of June. 196J.
Ii f: take llhe selection of nominees slate. a voter finds hd recrilved $3,700 In Sen. McCarthy stands for son 01 ,Mr*. Sadie E. Lott all of bald devndent has been Hnvlasr Claims or Demand' Dated this 16th day of April
plan-
hluself in multiple quandry. new approach.' He has admitted probate In this
of,Klngsley Lake have graduated to AscalBMt Raid ICntatol 1068
and
outofsmoe-Xi1ed; ] rooms rilng monies from the U. S. "Let Court You are hitruby" commanded You and each of you are hereby CHARLES A DARBT.
t. gLee ihe people their right to First the mixed bag of Ideologies department of Housing and us begin anew. By after. nine weeks of Na- within I six calendar monthsfrom notified and required to present Clerk of Circuit Court of
selerc nominees. Proponents espoused by the ,various/ / Ing the slate, pledge to him vy basic training at the Great the date of the first publication any claim and demand Bradford County. Florida
Urban development. Everybody May 28, Floridians of this notice to appearIn which you. or eitner or you t-t 4t 623Arotlre
i. of t.he idea to give back to the leaders of the slate makes It / here had forgotten all will Lakes, HI. Naval Training this court and Hliow, cause, If may have against the estate of
of all exercise the right-. Center. any you can. why the action of HENRY; PEARSAU deceased. ,
that the delegation
the ideal highly unlikely about :
politicians process the planning of Appilciitloaow
money right of choasintj their this court In admitting said will late of said. County, to th
of nominating presidential will emulate the leader but the Department didn't to probate should not stand un- County Judge of Bradford County. (_.. Tux tuA.in.Un'SM vi.!
:51 nominee: and SeCDllI, ', I revoked. Florida, at his office In the -
forget and has been hound. NOTICE S.HEREHYGIVEN.
---- I will FlrHt publication on May 16th' court house. o* saId County atStarke .
show
-- InlJ-City, Clerk Merrill Ed- Geore: MIMEO STENCILS and InkDuplicating A. D. lass lorlda, within .nlcalendar .> that B B. Rowland
F' and the Nation they are T. A. YAWN months. from the tim the holdur of the following;
machine and ,
ward .
, : WfLLIAMS JEWELRY ture and choose County Judge, Bradford County, of the. first publication of thli crtlfliatea Han filed said certifi-
their
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Work planned, a irtorm( svppllM._Bradford,. CountyTelegraph. : Florlla. notice. Each claim or demand. catea for a tax deed to !I.sued -
I 17 sewer and an Incinerator candidate without J THOMAS &: PIERCE ehall be In. K-rltlnir and shal thbrnun. The certificate. .
of
As student 203-205 North Temple Avenue state the plncr of resilience. and number and years Issuance
a in
was never carried( out. Ac. college! .. the description of the' property,
Starke Fla ; post office .. hlr" of the claim.ant. :
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t! GRADUATION AND cording to the Department a graduate of Bradford G/b 4t e-8 and shall 1 'he sworn to b; and, the name In which It wasasseaaed
In 1987 this has bothered :.1 I. the claimant' his agent. hi I Iaeton.y. are a* follow-:
rules the :City does not have NOTK1IU OK TAX Hl.K'Notice Certificate. No. 2
In CouNty Julge'.Court. In And Hnr! any such claim, 01?
to repay the fund, unless a great deal I hope every I I. hereby Blven that For Bradford County Klorldu.. attmann n/t so tiled shall b< Year of Issuance 1066
t and woman who reads the lath day of June, 1968 benlnnlnir In re; 10..tat.. of John ThomasQuigley void' Description of Property Lot
t! : RULOVA the !work was completed. at. IS noon at t'onnunftyisnter.Towfl deceased. Aalth Pearsall I. 3. a of Bile 7 Corlotta Unit 1.
''I'It. But Engineer Ruckman this will make an extra at Brooker, County NOTICE! TO CREDITORSAll A. jtccutor, of the Last Wlli. Name In which assessed Ted D.Blgham. .
said, the City will have to to get out and vote on Ma Bradford. State of Florida, creditors of the eatate.. of .tut, Testament of .
: lax "ale certificate"" will I I be Hold John Thomas Quigley deceased, HENRY PEARS ALL, deceased. All of said property being" In
t. "Means prove the work wai, never 28. I hope the voters of Flora on ,the folowln described land are hereby notiCed and requiredto '-* *t 1-23 the County of Bradford. Stats
The Perfect Gift .
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: to to 'the.amount due for taxes of Florida.Unless .- .
done. That will take a resolution grove George pay: file any claims or demands .
1 r herein- set opposite the same, hav against such certificate or rrtlflrat
which :
they may
I c .(by 'the Council and 'ct isn't Pie only mature together ,with" all' cost !ot such said entitle. In the office of the Notice ef A poll"nfloB .* shall be redeemed an-
Jra/wn/ up by the city attorney Our Nation Is In a Bale and all advertising., '' County Judge of Bradford, County Car Tnx H.ISee. cording to luw, the property.

: And no matter what you choose a stainless steal' plus "work by the (:n. '!itua'ln:! t think and we neea Lot'Cit 1.?..'8,' 0,10. o* Blfc 3 InWard Utarke, Florida Florida In the, within courthouse six calendar at- NOTICE .IS 194.16.HKKEIIY: I-.N.OIVEN described...In-will Kiich, h..certificate Bold to the.orcertltlnat.

sport watch at $35.95 or a dazzling diamond watch gine/M-ing-/ firm. man wh can lend u : A. V:, McPavld. Brooker: Fla. : month from the date of that Mr Eugene B'nodswortlthe '! highest bidder at the court hon.e
holder the followinicertificates .
of
;> In
,20. '- door the first Moni.iy
on
at $1000.00 Mayib it all proves that ''rou-!!- "Let u, bargain aiew 98 : the firm publication of this no- has filed paid certlfl I I'ates ;
a Bulova is Month of June, 19A8, which \Us
a gift you'll give with ,#WM" of NW"4 ,Boo 17'Ran*;* tloe. Each claim or demandmust
.
our Federal officials ," Eugene McCarthy for a tax deed to be Is 3rd of Juno, 14B3. .
the day
i: because arc says 20E Townslilp 78 be In writing and must
pride, it's made with pride. It's a very special SICAv residence and tua. thereon. The rertl float Dated this Seth day of April
but cure.v'4e Sincerely! > McOavld, Brooker Fla.. state the place or numbers and of ,Issuance .'
years
gift' for I office address of the 1968
I and pout
very special '
people.
of the propertyand
the description
Jerry Bowers 'LotV'-l-t '. 3 of Blk 4 of Corl- claimant and must be sworn toby In whIch It waHHsess > I-HARLES A DARBT ;'of
the
.Z-;: .,:Lady Cub'_"K" w/ when reviewing hi. Bx 380. Breezy Point BID.. C,Unit Ma..rero.tOn l' Herring his the attorney claimant, or, It Ills wll agrent.become"- .d Certificate namea are. as follows KaPi. :8 Bradford Clerk of County Clruiilt, Florida'ourt

tuoopa; ,, ,mounted' his horse Melrose, Fla. .. .. I-S U 6-88
-Sfflirtly" ityled self win* ;
\ ______ ._
:M witch with e dre... find galloped. off In all direc- n --- ..... .
;:JI?sir. 17 Jonglt.' Yellow I jUons. I ,. ,. ;." -' '
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r..whit.. ...
.I Second the "no-preferenee" "
/ 1Jt ; 'R"-
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slate does not nave a : :
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full complement of delegates ( .
//1 I : .hITt't.
ThJ.rdthe mere employment; .i::'< ;. ;. ;
'
: of the term "no ,preference", Is II _''W ''W .
r
t
Itself an !insult to Florida I t
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: :. ; ;..i'llt ;'/':" : ..
.1't Demoorats. In the cataclysmic! .i iloG}., .. : .
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year of 1968 what thinking LABEL MAKERS from FOR RENT Furnished !
r American ; [ #,, J(
"I
f can say. have no $9.95- Bradford County Tele- cency apartment $50 mo. Ren.

preference for President"? 1 : the Classified Ads, traph. Ph. 964-6305.! ner Apts. 633 McMahone. : R\U'j'Ji'[ ., .
,
Ii The other ,..' t tfchg .
I unlnetructed Phone 964-6279. "" '; ;

,I t : ': slate, led by Sen. George and' receive TWO NEW MOBILE! HOMES Ohlc- .JIIO'! :,,:,! Smathers. is an "establish kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy-

: k''W i AI ment" delegation! which would Theatre or 301',Drive- Clemson, Layton travel trail IT'S MOVING DAY ,I"R..x.. zi ::1 .,()I,Uttj'N ;

; I JIwxi certainly cast Its votes for the ers, Liberty Taylor, Azalea. II i\J\ ,lm (!1'
.. 3: candidate who promises to I Theatre Passes 4 _, Buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing Move your insurance:

4u keep the status QUO In this free set up and de- hUNlnpfN____n___ tn__ "The____ _Man_____
_
) year of decision? Further, I I livery.BUCKEYE TRAILER ,
I Floridians are being asked by I : PROMPT. 24 'HOUR Re. MART. INC., 6012 Standing, from Keystone"George I 'N :t. """J.t: !U"'IWt 1\1':1': rkefi ,

,Ift Up '1"' this slate to let the politicians Service: Home and i I Jail: 771-8776. tfchg
_-; inIi.r V' Three 'klttilltM ahlnnMrlBf 11 lowly tit.imntfi make the choice for them. In % Phone 473-3080 E. LaRue : \\i !n.ijItn.f.,: : :(fi: ":>> k '
I Tlis new look In men's'E .
1:,.; watch la hlont. 17 jewIt 1_. 17 .lewelt, fao> effect; the "establishment"! Is I O':'Box 19.- Keystone. tfchg:. USED VACUUM cleaner reconditioned INSURANCE AGENCYAuto .--,-- ..'

.:!; shock ratlstsnt, a*, tail crystal, twill twill saying, "Mr. Voter you aren't $15 up. 10 different I
;;: bricalat. Ytllow onCLASSIFIED NK ,
or NOTES--Beau-
I ;:-.; luitabl* main band.Yellow. Whltt.; mature enough to choose your, name'brand: to choose from. Fire Homeownel'lJLIFE FRESH VEGETABLES!: Edna'

[ $59.u ,..... own President. Let us do it lly engraved la gold or Parts excellent repair all & ACCIDENT Harley Call 934-7317: after I 7
I <<
$1.29 $
I tor box of 2 In-
make. KIRBY HALES A
:for you. Let George do it." pAn Stchg S-30
And he will If let him. I ?"envelope*.'- Bradford( SERVICE 712 N. :Main, Qalnea- Keystone Heights 473-4693
'
4J i I you ,
..'! .,
&. ,
I tf vOile 876 7110. FOR RENT In Starke attractive
t[ When you know what makes a watch. tick, you'll buy a Butovft, ,,,, The two uninstructed slates \ tfchg 2 bedroom furnished

.then representas Sen. McCarthy INSURANCE Good location. Also
said In Jacksonville I AT, REDUCED: BATES DID YOU KNOW It's easy to No. 670.-E-Z $140 per mo. In- cottage. "'
unfurnished house in the, coun-
: own a Longchamp Home? comet I $850 down buys these .
'AUTO
last week"a kind of compounding roue.BOAT try. W. H. Nollman. ttchg
WILLIAMS JEWELRY of unins traction I I DOYLE R.. CONNER! Better built for Florida living 2 furnished rentals. Close to

which is tantamount to voting INSUHANJCB- 'AGKNC7 Your plans or ours high school and town center. REAL ESTATE

NO for President." I : 1> tfchg 'Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- NO. 741- SCENIC RETREAT BUY- SELLTRADE

H4 1-v. Call St. Phone 964-7061 In contrast to the other l.'I) ford ,Mitchell phone 964- on sand botton lake and park BILL POWELL

., slates: which have no prefer- : I ."Jack. UnderhdllP.UMPS, 6893. P. O. Box: 238, Etarketfculff, with :2 I bedroom bungalow on Real Estate
1 I : huge shaded lot. Cool
I summer 20 clone In.
.'. .- -. --- : acres High and dry
.ftal. : breeZes. Convenient to shop- on paved road.
a. sa i.: ping. Would you believe $3-
NEW AND USED 2 bedroom. 2 bath house excellent -
JIMMY MOORE'SSUN 600? Desire just a lot$1,-
I LES.I''AnTS.SEnVrCE neighborhood. t
I : SPORTSMOORE 200. 84 acres unimproved. Pricedto
.& Shallow Wells sell. '
STROUT REALTY
I I : Softeners & FiltersEspett1 BOAT FOR 2117 N. Temple Ave., 135 acres Improved. Paved

Service On YOUR MONEY road and railroad frontage.'
: Starke Fla.
,
Ii?, ,II ,:All Makes Starke Ph. 06IS791SERVICE ((904)) 064-6309 404 W. Madlscn St.
: -
-
'} .... ; .Phone 984-7061 Phones: Off. 984- 464KINX3SLEY

'" I : DURRANCE PUMP SPECIAL ARE YOU planning an extra

: :AND, SUPPLY CO. I room to home LAKE cottagefor .
,,1\\ ( .II 1961 7Vi IIP Motor. If I your garage rent from now til July 1st
I remodel, or make repairs? If
Hoist and Trailer, only $I9.V: August and September. Phone
CARL BEGGS so, call Buford Mitchell, Long- Bill Graham 964-5093.
,
champ Construction for Free
'
Gulf Service Ztchg 5 23
Estimate. Phone 964-6853.
NEW CAREY'S FLORIDA TRAD-

fleEfpHflfj/ ? AI RATES 1 '- Fuel Oil -- sold.ERS:Top Antiques cash paid bought for Fine and tfchg stove WANTED or electric USED -refrigerators gas cook

Used. Mowers Push or Ride beds dinette. sets, bedroom
: CSEU
PARTS
I ". Up to 15 words -__ 1.23 I FurnitureGlassware.. Hwy 17
: ; We Trade We RepairFIRESTONE I sets sofas and i chairs. Phone
(Minimum charge) Prices: for -Wrecked $pars Green Cove Springs, Blandlng
I 24 Hour Wrecker Service Blvd. Orange Park: tfchg I 964-7923. Dahmers. .tfchg:!

Each word over 15 __ .07 I _% S A n Green StampsHwy. Free. Pick Up Service ADD MACHINE ROLLS."
SEVBRAL GOOD USED Add. In City
Ml N. WsJdo
Extra charge If not File Folders complete line office -
Phone 964-7393!
Ing Machines for sale electrics -
paid In advance ____ .33 Mfl-lMS tf supplies The Telegraph.
; subtraction credit bal
Ph 964-6305.
1n sales of ance. Bradford County Tele

Memorial, Resolutions Estate and l to appraisals graph. tf USE)) jt'UJtNI'fUItEAND NEW 15 COBIA with new 40

7 cents word estates corporate and In- APPLIANCES h/p Evlnrude, $1195,OO. New 17'Cobla
pr FOR RENT TV sets baby
owners. 30 years ex with. 100 hp Evinrude,
beds, electric and UPHOLSTERING -
in Florida land mat. guitars amplifiers i $2195.00.: We have an adequate

CARDS OF THANKS .. ,At. J., Thomas, Realtor, refrigerators by day, supply of motora all. sizes for
: week or month. Phone 964-I FENNELL'S
50 .._ Fla. tfchg immediate delivery. Southern
words or lens --_ 3.00 I
7923. Dahmcrs I..
tfchg BARGAIN CENTER Marine, 412 E. Call St., Starke,

Each,: word over :SO __ .07 I : RENT 3 room and EXPERIENCED: short or-'I '/ MI. So. 301 Starke Fla. ItchR
furnished cottage. Phone
i,: tfchg der cook wanted for night.I I DEAR PARENTS: If you are

-cz; : _4'v .- t SILVER SANDS LAKE I I : i Apply In person Longhorn concerned for your children and
wLIJCt $2,700 to $3.500 I SALE-.BRICK HOUSE Restaurant atchg 5123' our schools on May 28th

< 1% bath. Treated; just I II Charles Sawyer Thank You.
$3,575 to $1.275 ,
nursing cow with calf. Phone
i ,
D490Lerbafore Rex-Rotary Means EASY TERMS of 'city limits In I 7823765. ltchg For Repairs :Itchg
eze: Easy month}
QualitySimplicity FOR SALE 10x50 Trailer '5
See S. E. McKay 'LDl18 hamp Const Co. II FORMING Summer Classes In LARGE OR SMALL bedroom Belmont.- CuntactMrs:

bas tt been M easy art fliffct to tamJto Cleanliness, Keystone Heights ( & t.. Bufovd. Mitchell Tap -Aero- Jass-BaUet. Inter- B. C. Holtzendorf at West

dgubnowwitaIeqDolDectro.htnt' ., ., 473-4740 or 473-4153 : ,II 84- 853.. P. O.. Bos 'ested??? Please call 964-7098. QUALITYPLUMBING moreland Trailer Park. Ph.

Rm't M economical left denieloped, IB ft I'honen: 473-4818 : *' Sbarfce.: tfih I I ,tfchg 964-8857. Itchg

,*JllWt.JOII'cJesk.andJOUl'prr; ) U l rti>Jfe mti. All Models Uae Printers r Paste RENT-vl;;; -bedroom fur. FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 CO. I NEW POTATOES Cucumbersand

Ink Won't Leak .or Run. house and 2,'bedroom un bath concrete; block home In I ,
Professional ojsflnty f6tl0r% ftuSotb files fcrsl WANTEDCASH 'I !: hcd! ) ous!'. ;308.S. Water. Saratoga Heights. Phone 964- Ph. 964-5039 other fresh vegetables for

dort% bncburu
WANTED Laundry I

Kitchen aids labor
.
Good Clean Cotton II
Rags FOR SALE --r 1962 Triumph.
I : ( cottage parents watch- COOLS IN SUMMER!
No
Khakis Wool or $850: ,00. Rebuilt motor. Phone
cooks and clerks. Five
964-7753.
,1tchgFOR
sit .. Scraps. I week eight hour day.

BRING TO I II retirement vacations SALE -Deluxe 30" Ken-

The: TELEGRAPH Is Proud To AnnounceA I leave.If interested, please FEDDERS more Electric Range. 'Insur

: Bradford County I In person Personnel I I ance guaranteed. -Used 3
Simla nd Train-
month: $150.Call Mrs. 'Oeorge -

New Dealership -- The Complete Line of TelegraphCharles i ( center Gainesville 4tchf, Fla.61.6 AIR CONDITIONERS I Hugglny 964-5588.: Itohg

:
FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished -
K. Zlppercr SALE 3 year old Palo- WINKLER ELECTRIC In Phone
Bohn Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator And Mim- FOR SALE One commercialsize pony -well 'broken and INC. 064-6841. house city.atchg SI23

for children <$75.: Call
electric ice crusher. Also .: 0-30 234 N. Temple Ave. FOR SALE
2tp Phone
964-7596
Hograph Machines And Suppies.! 12'i''! aluminum fishing boat In :J. C. Higgins 22 calibre- gas
perfect condition Phone 782- WANTED
for
general I
propelled 'rifle. Suitable for' rat,
6399 Smith 'Shell Station. work. Six to
I eight noun .U !tqutrrel. and bird shooting1.
2tehg!r :S-30 Saturdays. Good pay. Apply A Price $7.50.
: ( ) person "between 5:30-6:30 .
FOR SALE 12 Mag- : : A. :J. Thornaa. Tel. 964-5701
gauge 1031. West Madison. HEATS IN THE WINTER
num. llfte-actlon! shotgun( ; !
Bradford County Telegraph Winchester .30/.30 lever action Itchg FOR SALE OR TRADE-with

{ : rifle.HalllCT-after\ Both guns AMshortwaveradio ;almost 'new. : RENT -Furnished apart .I PAINTING & PAPER Hang. TYPEWRITER RENTALS: down footage payment.on Highway Land 789 230.front 1

utilities and carport. 1800 bay,
week I
tA-1.:. 3 hortwnve bAn<1l4. Call \ .. Road Phone' 964-6O13. ,Ing.< 'Free estimates I Ph. 964ford or month.-Brad- I mile east of Starke city limits

3 ::'__. I Frank Hardy 964-6900. Itp! I *. L. 'D. Green. 2tchg 5-30 8684 Cf 884-7748. lip 964-6508.County TeIPKraphphone tf f! Ph. 984-5211 or 964-6123.tfchg



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THURSDAY. MAT 2*. '1969 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. BTARKK.! FLORm.4... Section :IA Pane One



PreRegistrationTo his The murderous story centers cohort: .on Tony tJrlffls Jackie, Marr.Civitans James. Griffls' and Auto Forced Union Votes Total/ Of Schools Stove Also Wade a crowd(Sukl pleaser),who' team.was

Start May 27 Anthony as The Stranger and Integration ;;}: ed with Wildcat In a rollick-
Off Pavement Ing and dance that rated
co-stars Frank Wolf as the song
! At Santa Fe JC bandit captain Yolando Modlo GuiltyOf Schools in Union County to Consolidated School which we have no alternative.1 < encores all tlvreo nights.
sive audiences, he added.More
I and Ola Bandit 4-Letter Words Turns OverA will be totally]] Integrated' for will be renamed Lake Butler attended Temple said< the show nil 1 ted
than
.I Fre-retfstratilan for &umtner the 1968- 9 term according to Elementary School. Bradford 1,400 persona the high .,('\\1001 about $300
High the Colpma.nmUIfIC'U'I.
and Jail classes at Santa Facts Fallacies Responding to the notoriety a unanimous vote by the Un- Grades 3-8 Lake Butler popular Cy profit, which )ho noted would
CURt or
\ Fe Junior College will begin being given Florida college 22-year-old Doctor's Inlet ion School Board (Monday Middle School. staged by a go toward erasing a defied: ; In-
:27 and continue untC!: James Jackson Gasklns, Stage ShowIs DO( high school and Junior high
May Of. AdoptionTold campuses regarding the use of man, night May 20. Graaes'': tf-12-union CountyHigh. student currwl. June 31. Appointments may four letter worda, the Starke was slightly] Injured Tuesday, There was only brief discus- school's Htudint' newspaper,
At shouldgo
I, be made lit,the student; Affairs RotaryMrs. Clvtlan Club got In a few May 21, when his car was for- sion before the Board votedon SuccessBradford "Special compliment' the "BI'll fol'l, Uanner."
Jurkcl said
to Richard ,
: Office at the college or by punches of Its own Tuesday ced off the road while passing has Board' Chairman Donald /
(Margaret Muller director the problem which "he did terrific Job
I Dukes Temple u.
"I
said
calling Gainesville 370-6311. morning, May 21. two other vehicles. believe most of High' School's three
< the because of "
county
of the Home plagued ,
Santa Fe tudenta with 60 Qhlldren' (Finding? : itself without the Gaskins, a forest ranger, our citizens realize tails is a might run of the Broadway of directing RULED LEGAL PADS,
Society of Florida, Northwest. crowded> conditions) resulting must. Last when musical "Wildcat" last week i Although the entire en at Order Books,
or more hour will be pre-re- scheduled speaker, the Ctuib al- was traveling west on SR.100, year, we Steno Notebook
t >rn Division, discussed "Fact- from the many Negro students
srlsteredi May 27-29 and those lowed.Pete. Novak ,to get every- and passing two slow moving faced the same problem, we was termed "a fabulous suc rates epeoiil mention, particularly etc Bradford County TeleTYPEWRITERS -
nd Fallacies of Adoption" at who transferred to former all-
, with less than CO hours will toe Wednesday's meeting of the body in the act. vehicles. A third vehicle was white schools under the Fed- had a big crowd at the board cess" by BUS Principal, Jim splendid pel'fOl'man'clI graph.
Some words the Clvltans meeting and there was some Temple.
pre-reglstered by appointmentthe 3tarke !Rotary Oub.. approaching from the oppos- eral government's freedom-- of these were turned In iby lead Paul : Manual ur
of June. came up with to defend the opposition. But no one has "The fino calibre
. latter(part; Chief among: the fallacies, use of tour letter words were. ite directionOasklns' 1962 choice plan spoken here tonight againstit kids' performance was evi- McLeod (Joe> Dynamite) and 1 Electric. For sale or rent. .-
Special pre-reglstratlon sear Mrs. Muller old, fa ,the popu- Ford ran onto the south Union is the first county In the and Frees"Wildcat( ). Bradford County Telegraph.<
stone for night students (lavebeen LOVE of your country, FLAG, and I believe people realize denced iby huge respon! Kathy
'ar belief that there la a ongwad.tlng shoulder for 384 feet, traveled this area to call for total integration -
LIFE' ,
LIVE ,
mAY
set for June 3 through list of couples (waiting I HOPE. across the roadway for 61 feet,! of schools.
v
: GOOD,
June. 6 from 5:30 to 7:30: p.m. to adopt every eligible child at WORK. SONG POET and and then onto ,the north The decision followed a report '
MIND, SOUL
Regular registration for the the home. This to far from be-II DUTY. shoulder for 100. feet and by Union School SuPt., i ?w' .
All taken from
others. were
I suummer ,term will be June Ing true the speaker said, and the Clvltan creed. overturned. James Cason that only 23 of ,

:96-37 with. classes starting emphasized that good homes Damage to the Ford was the 1,266 students In the ELECT / .
Businessmen In the club referred ,
June 28.More. for waiting children are alwaysIn :
CASH.Coach estimated at $400 by the Investigating county had registered In April/ .
to LOAN and
need. David Nurse .thoughtof / officer, Florida for Consolidated School, which ::"
Action The speaker was Introduced Highway Patrolman Carson was built 10 years ago for
by Rev Robert' Bunch, who ..hadchaTl'e PLAY, PUNT BALL and CHARLESSCHOOL
} Set At Florida of the program. PASS. A druggist thought of Turlington. Oaslclns received Negro students.
bruises, abrasions lacer- freedom-of- .
DRUG, and PILL. 'A retired and Cason said the
This WeekendAction chiropractor referred 'to BONE, ations but was not (hospital choice applications resulted in r.l ,,ra
Farm BureauTo an impossible' situation, when, v
FOOT BACK HEAD! EYES, ized.He
will be 'packed Into Have SupperAt and HAND. was charged with travel- only 23 students applied for

both features at the Florida I dvitan 'President J. E. Tom- Ing at a speed too fast for the 12-classroom. Consolidated SAWYER
Theatre Friday and Saturday HamptonThe would load
llnson termed It a '"stimulating; conditions. Transfers over
May 25 and 26. with a Korean session'" Lake Butler Elementary
War drama and a romantic Second Farm Bureau School, he said.
; adventure of America's fron- ;Membership (Family Supper to KINDERGARTEN The Board had reviewed the

tier west. I be held at the old Hampton $37,000 Racing REGISTRATION problem at a :May 8 meeting,

Lee Marvin portrays the School Is set for 7 p.m. Satur- Taxes Allocated AT BROOKER but decided to postpone a decision

tough title role In Universal' : day, May 25. Registration' will be held to give' the public a BOARDDISTRICT '
"'I powerful Korean Wastory In I I The 'Farm Bureau will supply Here In MayA Thursday May 30 In the chance to present Its views at b
"
color, "Sergeant Ryker." The everything except food, and kindergarten room at .Brooker the meeting Monday. f4. t
t all.\ members and friends' are allocation of state
Academy Oscar winner Is seen 37.000 Junior High Scholl at 8:30: No one in the audience Monday .
asked to bring-a "dish or pot"fl11ed racing tax: revenue has been I
as an American army non- a.m. Pre-ltifndergarten night voiced opposition 3
with anything good to distributed to all 67 counties children 4
convicted Red I I
com as a spy and the Board voted to accept
sentenced to die. This is the eat.Bureau during May, according: the may remain until 10 a.m. All the recommendations. of Supt. .
dramatically charged: situation president IxmnJe office of State ComptrollerFred ]] students registering for kindergarten I Cason. The following assign-

when Marvin's wife, played. Harley second says round, "We of are community In our O. [Bud] Dickinson.To must be five years 01,'' ment of classes for the '68-69

with' simple elegance by beautiful suppers, and they have Ibeen date during the 1967-68 by Dec. 31. 1968. I term was made: Dear Fellow Citizens
:
Vera Miles, convinces very successful. The Bradford racing season each county has I Kindergarten Grade 2- ,Jam, a businessman and I feel that if we do not
Bradford Dlllraan! the army realized 290.000 in racing
County ''Farm Bureau is growing -
start,operating our schools on a solid businesslike \
tax benefits
officer who prosecuted and or 19.000 more
and we would like for you
obtained a conviction against to help us keep! It growing and than each received over the I GOOD DRIVING HABITS OF Next Tuesday you have the responsibility of basis, our taxes will continue to go> up. We

Marvin, to do an about-face active. Be sure to attend the same period last year. electing a school board member. In this race m'ust..prevent waste and use the money where
and become the traitor's de supper on May 25." There will be two more distributions
parents it produces the most education tax dollar
per
fender. this year, one at young you definitely have a choice. The incumbent

An action packed outdoor 70 Takes the beginning of June and another -
romantic adventure of Amer- Troop scheduled for June 30. REWARDED BY NATIONWIDENationwide stands by his record and I, on the other hand am .

ica's early frontier West co-: Second Place Allocations are made during These, I believe, are the true issues. The school

stars Don Murray Guy Stock- In Field MeetAfter the eight-month racing season wants the safest drivers in America I not satisfied with the direction our schools I are btfard'' handles more money than any other governmental

well. Abby Dalton. Bradford which begins In November. which certainly includes young married couples moving. agency in the county. The school board

Dlllman, and Leslie Nielsen I an exciting night of with children. Your sense of responsibility, plus
has more to do with the future and well-being
Based on a trio legendary camping out at Camp\ Mont- Woman Faces your good driving record, give you a break. For
characters, "The Plainsman" members Crystal Lake 11 2 Liquor full particulars phone: I am a parent with children in school and I am of our children than any other agency in the
1 tells of incidents In the Wee Boy Scout Troop ChargesTwo county. I sincerely ask that you carefully consider -

,\ of Wild BUI Hickok Buffalo 70 and Bill and Jane Montgomery
Cody Calamity
Canary at a time before they Alachua 'Field Meet, sponsoredby Thomas been placed, a Reno against resident Sadie, BILL POWELL am in a position to attend the meetings and study, investigate and become familiar with the

became International synon- Alpha 70 Pal took fraternity.second place affidavits signed Monday, May on i. Phone 964-6161 to spend what ever time necessary to find soqualifications of both candidates. After doing
yms of the early West. Troop 20, /by/ Carl L. vote for the feel
In the 15 events, which included Smith a state 401 W. Madison St. this please cast your man you
No punches are pulled as beverage agent. lutions to our school problems and the courage
relay race, threeleggedrace + Starke, Fla.Nationwide will serve the people and benefit the children
western action continues Sunday back crawl/ race, footrace The woman % charged: with w to for the The stakes high!
Monday, and Tuesday. Softball throw, football possession of whiskey with intent speak up .answers.l the most. are very

:May 20-28."A Stranger at the In Floridawith. Town" throw.: Boy and.attending others.were Robin and with to sell the In saeeowhalcey a dry: county) ; !. : 'd+ s s .- .;"--tLet's -'. ....-.,......,.:,,'. -. -

1, a powerful and.' tautly: realIstic Mulllna! Buddy Paterson, Jerry In a dry county. >- 'f" A Ac !
outdoor adventure-draxna Lee, George Pond, Roger Two I2BO (bonds /were set by I not play politics with our children. Elect a young man

In which one man pits his Corn, Jimmy Glees, 'Danrtd' (bounty Julge T. A. Yawn and :

cunning/ and strength against George' Gerald GriffU Victor)both have been posted. Theyare i I who wants to serve you and all the children of our county.
vicious bandit and ,
that of a ( 'returnable next Thursday' ,

May 23, on Plea! Day.

VOTE FOR AND ELECT
HELP KEEP AMERICA FISH AT SUPPER HAMPTON PLANNED I



SAFE FOR LAW; ABIDING at A the FIsh Hampton Supper city will. hall be held Friday -I CHARLES

May 24. Proceeds will go' SAWYERTHANK
to bur equipment for the. Little -

CITIZENSVOTE League/ and Minor League; Mutual Insurance Company YOUpd.
ball teams. Adults 75c, children : -
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-' '.' 7:"::" .-'-'-- -- Among those was Mr. FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII .. "-. '''''' ''' ; ',' '. ". ,' ..
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fer of Jacksonville, STARKE II '<;:' '. ,'" "' :%'.<' ;"" :i'z. 'Wt'f ,,', .... ><;{( J,... '." !
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VOICE of theSPORTSMAN bass pn Sunday. 6Chaef-1 Sunday S hoot 0:45: a. m. ., '/ .,- '" .. '': .,, .i'It'," .. .. ,.., <.. ,.<'" .,
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; Once agaIn Morning Worship at 11. sermon ," '" ..... ;;..; >, r ''i] .. i".. .> ,,,,,'. 'j'y'( ,.' ..
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+ least shore Santa Fel t r'eports'': : "God's PecullalPeo)>le .' ,. !" .f .r" f. (... < ,;,fiith ; 't '....
a good week of fishing. Wednesday II Intermediate Sandwich Supper :irH.t; Wf\i'\ ? ;" ; ; '
r "! By ;:. afternoon, W. B. Bow- 5:30: p. m. Training Union :' : {; : >': ifJ&rigJ1'"itl( : d:: '( ,"
.. ;) ;' ti@J ftj qjfW iJlJ :tfli /[ : ( ,
; : '7 *j..t+, Jr rend Dr. B. R. Page Jr. of 6:15.: Evening Worship. 7:30: ;;i. : : i ) > .". ,
Chitly7 ;
y Mike and caught "Good News" a Christian ,, ..,' > ,. ,. Ii(! >r dvr .
Savannah Oa Roy ,.,<, ..q. >' .. ; oftl;;;, .. s;'MS3+dY( ."T. 3'.
Phone 475-2171 29 shellcrackers in 2 hours. folk musical presented by the I .. t, ., ',,," ,.' .". .. ."< p,...,/ :>",>'.>/ .. St>,.d.', ,.' '..' ,, ,, '-t

1rl i.1 al They went back Thursday Youth, Choir. '.'. "." 1>:j '1.' '" ,,.y> > I(' .,< >4,; p. .

d morning and.;!* caught 70 and Monday "Good News" -=--"'- -.L ,." ... J", !, b '-
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Thursday afternoon they got =::sa :
; 7:30: p m.
Ja24ey I ther -ole- flaheiitten.. day. Many people hav\$ been 45. Friday they fished till Wednesday Prayer Meeting -

.TTm: : fish are still biting pretty catching fish ;In the Oklawaha well as .10:00: a. m. and caught 40, fora I 7:30: p. m. Church Choir MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL UMI'WIUI BAPTISTCIU'IUII NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAi'fI3T' '
cwSVOd and twite! a few are being River Lochloosa, as total cf 160 shellcrackers ;In Practice 8:30.Thursday: I''CHURCHSchedule CHURCH
other lakes and .jxmda. ', I Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday CHURCH
>ajiugl! However-- the ehellorackers many two complete days. Thursday Weekday Bible School lOa.
) Morning of services, Sunday 10 a. m Sunday m
and rivers. School. 11:00: a. m. : Sunday School
!have left. the beds afternoon Alan and George Visitation' 7 t of
Class, 10 a. m. Schedi' sfrvires" : Sunday 11
again but to Barnhill'sResort [least shoreof Worship. 0:00: p. m. Training I School 9:45: a. m Morn- Morning: : V/orMilp. 11 a. m I Morning Worship a. m.;
according RoyAaEdln Insurance Execu- '
_Ze.lner: en Sc.Iioo', 10 a.m.Vorllhlp, 11
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p.m. Union, 7:00 m. Evening Worship 10:43 8.. m. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.:
Rev.
-- they* shon1d'be back Santa. FeJ repoi-flxJViSttk l' tive from Jacksonville caught : p. Ing : and 7 p. m -
; ijon..by Wednesday or Thurs catches of specs and bass.Agree 16 shellcrackers. Saturday ST. MARK'S Worship. am. and 7:30: p.m. Training Training Union, 6:43: p. m. Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
: Wednesday '7:30: Prayer Union, 6:30: p.m. Rev. Jack 10a. 8 m. Sing earp Friday at 8
I. .- :":-..- '. :: morning, Roy and Gordon Hill EPISCOPAL; C'lintri; : Evening Service, 7 ::45. Mld- Thursday Visitation, p.

... ,. .....: ..._......................' ;/W! ,Jacksonville, caught 7 bass. Holy Eucharist 2nd 4th Services. 1st .and 3rd Wednes- Slope pastor, Week Prayer Service Wed- m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Pev. Harvey; lane, pas
I .':::.. _'? I night-7:00:: p. m. Family nesday, 7:45 m tor.
went : p.
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Sunday morning and 5th Sundays 8 a. m.
KINOSLEY LAKE
I 0 YOU: :} ;.:; ':: out at 6:30.: and came back at Church School Each Sunday Night BAPTIST CHURCH NIW; RIVER RAITIS1 CALVARY BAPTIST
kr! .8:00 wttA 12 bass went back SlYRNlltSSIONAKY:
= ', { y : ( 9:45: a. m. HOPE BAPTISt CIIURCII School. 10 a. m
School Sunday
Sunday 9:43: ar m. :
out till 12:00: and caught 6 Holy Eucharist 1st and BAPTIST CHURCH School, 10 a.

I r 'j: That your School Board Iiriielnv.fT'Eers1 .,' more, and caught 1 ,after 3rd Sundays; Morning Pray ,iKIxhwnj.: / School 1UO .t 10 TberetuuJhlunday a. m. Morning Training Union Worship 6:15: 11 p.a. m.m. 63.: W. Pratt St. Sundaj Training Morning Union Worship'7, p.11 m.a.Eve-m. Morning Sunday Worship, 11 a. m m.

-Kirtch. They caught these 2nd and, 4th Sundays: Lit- services: Sunday School, 10 Union 6:30
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LScKoof er TralnL: 2 p. m
should the : 11 m.
attend f Morning Worship- a. m Evening Service 7:30: p. m. ningVol'ship, 8 P.
:; shiners
bass on commercial any and Ante-Communion, 5th a. m. Preaching 11 a. m.
Training Union-6:30: p. m. Midweek Prayer Service: Wednesday night service L\ening Service 7:30.: Prayet
I .:. y3.Board, meetings? ah: 3 mruddiggers.nephews who Two were of down Mr.Hill's Sunday; 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:15: Wednesday 7:30: p m. Corte: Training Union, 8:45: p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcojie. Meeting Wednesday, 7:31'p. : '
; 'FI I let ui worship together. Rev Evening Worship. / p. m. m.-Rev. RU.. Butler
caught 7 bass. The lake was FlUSTIETIIOnrST; DJ. Everyone welcome .- EWer -L. L. Packer, pastor.
1 much too rough Sunday, to CHUKCH. STAKKK Wednesday Nlgnt Slayer: Allen Price, pastor pastor.
AVote For A Man I Rev. A. Q. Flynn, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST
I fish any Sunday Church School dervlces 7:30: p. m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST IIEILBROXN BAPTIST
SUm's Flsh-'n-Stuff [Key- 9:45 Morning\ Worship. Merle Packham. pastor.
: a. m.; FIttST PRESBYTERIAA Sunday Bible Study 10
Sunday School, 10 a. m : CHURCH. IHWAY 16 N.
stone] reports\> a much' ]better 11 a. m.: Snack Supper; for ntid

'"- Who pledges to attend the fflBej..t-;;... ,;wyelpkptdtes; included:!: R. E. MYF 6:30: p m.; MYF Meet FIRST ASSEMBLY. OF GOD Pre-Servlces Morning Worship[Boos, '11 ban4Young a. m Sunday School, 9:45: : a. JU. a.Communion m.; Morning Service Worship u I a. ni. Sunday School, 9:43: a. m
.STAJIKE cr
:Jones And Buddy Brown ings. 7; Eveijlnu Worship. 8. OF Morning\ Worship, 11 Morning Worship 11.
a. I ( Training
I ings, and to take care of. ojir- caught'\ 4 larga catfish!, '%eighlng20lbft i Monday Prayer Group, West TOeMon; St. and JRal- People, ana Pray | Youth m'l Evening services 6:00.: Union, 7 p. m. Evening Serv-
.. l' ford Road. I' Servlce], 8 p. n. Rvenln .fellowship 6 p. Worship service I
children's business. ; : ; 10 oz.;; 18'lbs 8 oz.: 10 a. m.Wcdnesday. Wednesday! vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
.::. "-t.i 151bs8'oZ.1! ) and:19. IDS. 1 Prayer Meet- Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. Worship, 7 ,/. m. Midweek\ ,I Choir! Practice Wednesday '7 p. m Minister! rack. p.1 Service 7:30-Rev.: L. Tommy
oz. In the Oklawaha River.' Bible Study 8 m. 11:00: a m Morning Worship;I Service, Wedneodav. J8 p.n !I
; and p. I 1:30< p I Bed. (Iowe pastor.
Elect CHARLES SAWYER: Aim,Byed.caught' a9Vipound" Thursday -- Chancel Choir[ ((1:00: p. m."O/A Services; 7:00 m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. pastor. 'Rev. Robert D.> Burch.
i bass In" take Geneva on a ]Rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. I. .C. m. Evangelistic Services. .
1 Rebel'plug. Several catches of Wednesday ..y: 7:30: pin. Mid- --wAn -

i SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 3 (dale,'/ sna1lee.bass; on plastic. worms '. Week Prayer Meeting. A
Letter F. Richardson. -
Pastor:
(Pd. pol. adv.) : II ,-IIIo'1re.8JI' :' ; Q; reported. I' that time Just for one fish. .
; f "A-Fish' Tale'
.L Future
of. '" ::- ... : -;: But when my father, James investment In Your
.. f; 'Atoogft a year and a half asked him if he was going/ to ,'hl'I-t. Of
Or ;
Church) Jesus : A
:Kkd\ Sam! Gardner of Keystone I that he's caught that > /Si
quit now retf
Saints
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mv'father he didn't 1
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told : fish he said no, because hekaaws'theie's East Call St.] L i
rare-anythlng about flshlns) a-t [41G T] ( mHWm
out'thereJustr A

i I 14: Fiberglass. Fishin at$Z; all.happened Since then and thmgs Sam' halVe has I now an a little avid .fisherman one bigger. ,Sam and i is IJmaglne Priesthood Services: 8:45Sunday: ; i 4kaYrwur. rr.rridnYalrr


changed\ :" tune. :It feeding t all started the .ho will be for quite a School 11:00: ,.. 10:00: Sacrament r:?::::;.;::;;::;.. ;:$..:;:; : :: ::;;,W;;;:::::;:;: : :::: :::i'<: ::;: :$::: :::::::::::::.: : ::::::::::n :::::::::*:::;:.:::::.:::;:-m: :::::: :;:: mx::::: :;: :.:::::: '::;:; :.:::::::, ,::::::,:;:;:,; ;*:r:1:: :::::;: :::::::

I.R g.. $299SPECIAL ..' $11AIIf f: ':Shiners TjShen.bebegan.:and bream, more orl&s"o&o"Uwatch while All it took was hanging Branch President '

I '' --1:::: ;:& -them. After Ii Like'trite: Sam bass. Gardner if you Dean Hansen, 961-C278. {Ii'{'5 :ettw )JlI1JI' ?Sd4 Iii Iiifi

shln-
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l caching!
.0jls'"Hearied:
.: ::5fiiti) you ever hang one. ..you'lldujckly BET1IF.L: BAPTIST CHURC1
..,--- .... ..... t-' '' ? ''wife to bass' fish I, become 9 fan pf bass Her fatner lias:: sent a letter and a pIcture, too, to show his family what he's! doinff t1
wife
.. ":Iif: ; ) twith..ryypecastonalty: to the house; hrs,, and I f flying! So let's' all 1rO out this Sunday School, 10 a. m k d while they are apart.: It makes them feel close and it comforts them. L:,:::I!
... ; [ wbulir go'up I I weekend. and catch a mess ohigggg I Morning Worship'' 11 a. m .
.' ; :..;..:..:: .l a.ve.Si.m holding the'to.4 for ;i
-.---- ( I basses l Father ]has written love letter and given us a picture of
Ir- Our
':";'" LEONAROUTBOARD, -- -- Vier. One thing led to another. !\ Evening Woishlp, 7.3C: p. m Heavenly :: us a I

; -''' tt I he began getting strikes, and Prayer Meel'ns.' 7:30: pm ; t what lIe is doing for us while v.c're apart. Both are contained in the words of the Bible. !}.
occasionally I J. C HcsI -., ':.' : ::
then fiMilrto: ; fish Wednesday.-nev. I
Then, one day it happened r e ters, pastor. 'H In Jeremiah 31:3: Ho says: ""/ Marc lo\-ctl\ tlico wiih an evorlastiIPl(!> r

SHOP he hung "Ole Fighter, I I' .?:1 love; therefore with !loviny kindness I have d'alt'thoo./ / ." ::..;:'.:
After several times of hanging I :TORTH3IMK' : U \l'TIST
Hiway 21 Half Ml. N. Keystone Heights him. even getting him up; to"" 1 rt .:r'J Located on L31me: a1Rh> fi: And Our Lord lolls us in John 11:2: 3, "11& my! Father's/ "h<-useiro }

Phone 473-4180 his dock he hauslit one. A 6 1 Nay [SIt i231at Raif'>r'l RO-K" m many mansions; tit recto not so, would liars told you. I 'ij!

pounder, which many of his SIt liil$ I Services!: 9unda> lyotoprcfxnsaplacefuryau.Andiflyemidprepare) ]) ttlo.t y Lv; !:
I friends said was the big onehe'd <* I hanging Sam allaco01' you,I will come again and receiceyoxuuhy 1H. v .:t
been Morning: Worship, 11 a m
Dealer for Johnson Motors I '
I wouldn't listen though he framing Union: 6:30: p m ;:..:,: myself: t that where/ lain, there/ y
I knew' In hip heart: "Ole Fltht-; Evenlnk Seivlce, 7:31): ). MidWeek t We invIte this week. You'll r : ii'. ', {3
to attend church ,
SALES and SERVICE er" was still out there. After 1 !:: you '.0\ h stu :;
df Prayer Service Wedm-s- ll ll4ni',7 :",', .
of playing .: : ;:
about a year receive a blessing from having done so. !
;, .'Mr h dlerin4Elry.on. f "'-1:1:
around 'WIth him. he cauah.t'!; r : .. -
Sportcraft t Boats -- Gator Trailers' "Ole Fl1 1 tai'" I 110 poundO last : r astor.DmH" I

Thursday evening. It was 'a .;}

happy I but sad I day for Sam f It\l"nsr CIICKCHIf.lOOKI.K. : I : ,;{n,
nnd "Ole Flg'hter' He wantedto ) ,.F x k.Y.;
Boat Accessories! Trailer Parts Skis have him mounts-*. but he .b
d m.1
Open 7 Days A Week 8 Tjll. .-' wanted" to turn him loose. and {M Sunday School. )10() i...
id itl
he could't make up hU mind. Moiiiinif Worship, 'Ham I
"'raining I > Union 6:30: m. '
T> also caught!; 5 Mnnller ones! p. :
E. L. JONES OWNER; I
he's been fishing all Evening Service :30.: Rev.,
J Sam says
Lacy Conway pastor I
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\Villlnst1tute MUST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ; :A: 1s ;
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Sunday Services: Sunday ,.

TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSWe i ISt. Mark's RectorThe School Worship., 9:45:10:45: a. a.m.m. MOl'nlngl Evening'' E ; x1ij: r r1ifA.w......:. .::.:.:".:.w.... > ,4w .. .. ...:$.
Right Reverend Hamilton ( 'J., :: HiM ::::fii. !: i:
Servli, e. 6:30: m, Midweek ......
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West. Bishop of Florida p. .. I, .. ......., / -. . .'. :. :
Servlr.cVedrl sday. 7:15 : ....
will institute the Rev. J. : p I j: :: : ( IL' ::::::
m. Charles Reese, minister """ "y.Ibrrr i ::
Thomas Staab as rprtor of St. I IU'Im.S II h. ,
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Mark's Parish at 7:30 m. ii!
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wish to announce. -the closing of Lawson'sGrocery Friday. May 24.& A receptionwill i, i .. l!' "! .. <:::::
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BAPTIST CHURCH :'
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'.: House.follow in the Parish Sunday School 10 a. m. ::i.I":' .. : itA .i..r. .-.1rL i,.,.. -.. ....-..... :.:.:....'iI.<.

on Washington! --Street. We will continue Serving as the Bishop's'I MorrJng Worship Service 11 I :ii:I'= TI'.Church U Cod's appointed ogtmy" In this world far,tpnading the hnomlidgt of Mis love .cgiWTtyw. .to:!
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.. .. .... ... Chaplain, will be the Venernblo! n. m.; Tj-OjirJag\! ;! Union 6'30' 1 for man and al Hit demand for man lo'mpond to that Ion b by loving hn' neighbor WittiourfSit rv.:1/:
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Fred W. Yerkcs. Archdeaconof p. m.Illvening .Worship 7:30p. : :::: grounding, she lava of Gad na govtmmint. or touily" or way ol lift, will, longpmevirt r.;:SijKv/n; I. *jLTJi ::::Jii.
our other services'and are now located in Gainesville, who conducted m. : and >the frnidoms, which wt hold to dear wilt Inevitably petlih. Theritatt.' iven : : 't":::: .

's -... .f\ '> at St. Mark's during ,the Interim j I Prayer Meeting: Wed 7:30: I 2 from a iilfiih" point of view, on. .ihould support tht (honh for 'Iht .lain. of the wilfartof ? r '. ;, fs1::;::
between Tectors. Rev. p. tm.: a. A: Meeting WetV. if.: himtelf and hit family. Bayond thol', howivir every perms" should uphold and par. .-Ji!; r'>;:!
the rear of Lawso ."'building? with entrance Miles O. Cooper of Jacksonville 7:3.0: p, )n.: Choir' Rehearsal : iKipatt' in the botch b..au.. U Idle tht truth about mom tilt, death and dill,.,, 'the ""/tor-u ..;;v; fi:::

.. D: trulh' which olont will, sot l him free la hot as a hild/ ol God l\.lll N\0' :.:.
: ;'. a classmate of the new Wed, 730; p. N.: Erother- C.I.m.. < ,.. : :
from Palmetto Street. < : St. Mark's rector! will preach'I hood mpct.Jrvr, last MondayIn : *. ""'X':':':o.:::.;':<.ue: '":OMS, ,:%,:;i:wtY xa.laP.'iMS<<''X4::''''''''.a....:r7NN_.MYMnT n sal0tiaw.wMNm.asSn.aW.tw: .t.:.Fttrxd6:N.dYs'C:::>
on thLs occasion. |
each! .month. Kov. David
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Medelrps; .paMcr.CHUKCirOF > This Feature Published i in the Interest
: of a Better
: Baptist Youth/ I .t Community? by the Follow-
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We will Continue ;Serving with GOD vast: Civic-Minded Business Fiona .
: Choir To Sing J 422 N. S/.Clalr/: St., Starke. ;, aid' (M, II .y.

Sunday School, 10 Wor-
a. m. STARKE

CUSTOM SI \: UGHTERIUOMEAT : 'Good News'"Good 7:30 ship Services' Ham. and FAULKNER I Edwards Grocery & BUILDERS
:
p. m. Prayer Meeting
Friday 730! ;p'; m.-Rev. L. S. Mkt. SUPPLIES Inc.
News" a Christian Williams pastor.R0.ITDRAIN SINCLAIR SERVICE
folk musical will be presented' C ies -Meat t Venturing. Ace Hardware
rocer -Feeds
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PREPARATION FOR DEEP FREEZE at 7:30: p. m Sunday and U-HAUL RENTALS Complete' Paint Supplln
Monday. May 26-27 by the II BAPTISTCIIUR'Il GalS ,& Oil and Sporting Pardw
8TARKK
Youth Choir of the First Baptist Truck Trailer CUP: WITH
CS FIRST
Church of Starke. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Ph. !064-5312> Starke, Fla. '

WHOLESALE; 'MEATSWe "Good News" was first pre- I|, :Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Complete Lubrication 219 Washington St. BM527ULawson '

dented Jut August at the' Training Union 7 I p. m. EVl'nIng .

Bantist Assembly In Worship, 8 p. m. Prayer r..n. r.. r-: :
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N. M. and has since Olorieta'i Meeting Wednesday, 8. p m.- Minor Tune-ups "\'. _.l"\r,'_.\. .tom"\---rl\: ; Meat Market
presented across the U. S. and Rev. Virgil Lovett. pastor. .a AND COLD STORAGE

appreciate your business during the past, will soon be introduced Into I 709 S. Walnut Ph. 961-5899 OF
Latin America. The music was,. MIDISOV STREET STAUKE, INC. We Specialize| :] In Custom Slaughter-
B.1 PTIST CHURCH lag:r. Cutting '
and hope to have the pleasure of continuing to first made,: available In Janu- ''i Sunday 26 U.".'.. 301 NORTH Trepar,d fotl Deep Wrapping Freeze
,, ary and since that time has May Sunday ,....
II I I t gone Into!: Its fourth printing School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Ph. D6I-7600() Starke, Fla. of 'PHONE 994-7059
., due to the popularity of the Worship. 11; Youth Choir DOYLE CONNER v.
in the future. '
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serve you exciting music. Practice' 4:30: p. m. Youth J

"In a day when there Is so Fellowship Supper: 5:43.: Insurance Agency

I I much publicity about the Training Union. 6:15.: WMU BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

negative side of today's youth. Prayer Circle 7:15.: Evening! S-A-V-E .
'Good News' presents the positive Worship Hour 7:30.: TELEGRAPH

side of young people who' Wed., May 29 Prayer With( Your Mutual\ } Agent PEST
arc committed to Christian :Meeting. 7:30: p. m. ChUrch

LAWSON'S .. living and want to share the Choir Practice 8:30.: 222 N. Temple Ph. 961-7369 Phone-961-6305.
toy of It with others" Rev. w.1 I Thurs.. May 30()- Sunbeams ONTROL

A. Hogan pastor of the and GA meetings 3:30: p. m.
church, said. '"You will have' Printing-Office Supplies A CMIMICAl( CO.

your spirits lifted as you hear I KMVIVAL: SERVICES! Charley E. Johns

the Joyful message presented I ,\FAITH 13.1VTi'4TRevival |

In contemporary folk style I services will begin" at Agency 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.

Cold muMo, S p.m. "Monday! May 27 at BRADFORDABSTRACT Phone 961-5745 for FREE
StoragePhone '
The public I Is Invited to attend -I Faith: n'lptt..t'' 'Chlll'<'h In Klderl tmw- GENERAL INSURANCE Inspections: & Estimates
toy with preaching by ,
I J. R. Pierce. bf Sinicwet. Fin. "Nobody Hut Nobody tTnd Hurat
Aoo n MACHINES Manual Services\ will continue each ;.Shell Service:

964.7059 or fleetrlo. For "sale or night' at 8 through Sun W. CALL ST. CARL HURST

rent. Add miMmet credit bal June 2. Tho pastor Rov A : Hwy. SOI F& 100 Ph S64-6111
ance.-::.:. Bradford County Telegraph M.issev. invites everyone to 1'1 131 S. Walnut Ph.) 984-5070 Starke, Fla. Ph 961-6381 110S R. Wnlnirt. Stancefilptltlon .

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': ,dy and: pled',not 'guilty by 1.01141' saUl he does not .think
McLeod Named First Spring 4th Annual Slow }Pitch Tourney reason.of 'Insanity. rAg the new agricultural .toning
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MeJntosh
: it being held Assessment 'l1iewVhJ.: law will affect many .CI'Uhe

Grid ScrimmageLooks ,without ball ,";ln the' : Bradford. ,,, I 5 .uxiui a 1. U :. \J 7,000 parcels assessed by his
AllConferenceBaseball Wl' Play Here ,May 31-June 1"The 1 j County JaiL %,< office, as those used for:agriculture
Sharp iMJr.. MendlvU. 34-year-old have already beer*.':ieo
.mother of three was shot Uv Under Way By Assessor classified. -ss'EZERA8E
times with a .33 caliber pistolas
First of Bradford High'sthree Fourth Annual Starke .
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Player she.sat In. her outside
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8pl'lngdrlli scrimmage Invitational Slow Pitch Softball -
session last FVdday> might was Tournament.,sponsoredand Mental.. ,Exam, the.B St <$ Truck Stop Res Bradfond Tax Assessor,Oenitons. and 4inat actton ont.she appli i been acted on. Long said lie TTPKWRlTKtt
:Bradford deemed a success 'toy assistant conducted annually,,by: *v : .1 taurM'about'' 3:13: a. m. Sat .Ig,. reviewing .OOOi.''appll eUonaixutl..t'estiwith. .> '-fhCommission. will prepare Vhtt 6ew1 tax roll PAPER Mimes h1*. BOB*
captain. Paul High baseball team football coach Chuck Mason. the Starke Park & Recrea- Set Tuesday: 'urday.; May ..'She was dead.* cations by landowners for possible I which Is.au;in U33?. 'j Paper; Notebook' Filters. -
McLeod has been .
named! to the 14- nan All- The short scrimmage t '.applications ; "The County Commission Bradford Cotmt"Telel'bPh...
Florida Star Conference squad. tune up for the full l scale officiated held here FridaY SaturdaY: In! Murder : CaseTwo Hospital. new* Agricultural- Zoning Law. .Will' bei presel1t tl'to chi board will sit at that time.as. aBoard ___ T .
session planned for to 31, June MMcIntosh had. bulletwound Under the new" law all LABEL MAKERS. '''ftoIDina
McLeod was also captain of ands: Sunday May prior to the next meeting, I of,, Equalization and. .
morrow night at 7:30.: In .the left forearm landowners who claim their $9.95- Bradford Count Tele
the 1967-68 BHS I June 5 for action at that date. any complaints on assess-
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Oainesvine ,psychiatrists
and cage Divided into >two "equal"teams 12.The tourney will be a double \ apparently self-inflicted, according property is being used for agricultural .After the.applications have ments will be brought."* I graph. Ph. 964-6305; ,7-
a member of the Florida named In
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I based on -size.i previous elimination event and will have been \ to the Bradford Sheriffs purposes were required ..
Star all-league five. Circuit Court order, for a.'May' '' -
experience etc.? the Tor- feature ten of the best teams. office. He was arrested I to make application
In baseball he compiled a nado grid hopefuls put, on a from Florida, and two from 27 mental examination, ,for .standing by Mrs. Mendlvll's, for assessment on that basis. I
1347: batting average as a rough and tumble hour: and Ttllman Richard Mdntosh\ 4*, car.
shortstop and pitcher. His I Georgia. Starke radio dispatcher The. ''applications. will be
fifteen minute show with a former ,) screened
Participating teams are: by Long and by
won-lost record was only 1-3 I both squads displaying good charged with' first de- -
Garden Restaurant and Noe- Bradford County "Agent George -
but the senior captain always 4
talent. murder In the May '
drew the toughest opponentsand gel's Auto Sales of Starke; gree "If* WIll DON'T HAVE IT Hugglns. Their recommendations I
Standing on the offensive slaying of Mr .\ Jeanne,, Rena.
was considered the Tornadoes' -I units were: veteran quarterback the Valley Merchants of West MendlvU.- well get.It for :you. Office will be.c.ted on by
top hurler.McLeod' Bill Belote, running back Point Oa.; Fountain Marine the Bradford) County Commission -
SappUeaFurnltore, Equlp- .
Ga. Ormond (McIntosh was Indicted.by: a sitting as an agriculture
of Savannah :
Is a four base- Willie
: year Ronnie 'Grlggs fullback :
ball letterman. Cohen; running; iback Adrian Beach Optical Perry Sport- Bradford grand ,jury' for !the .eiO.i.-;.,; Bradford. 'ttounty zoning board.. I
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Conference champion Palat- Brown; tackle Scottie Smith; craft. First National Bank of murder May Telerrapb.5r; 1 Long and Hugglns/ are nonvoting -
ka held In TltusvlUe, University. City He was. ,arraigned. the same,. .. members of the ,board 1 1odAfa
topped the voting guard Ralph Morgan and cen- .. J, s' ,.. 1. ..." ,'>\1.{.' -"
Starke last Thursday night, ter Tommy Blackshear. Florist of Gainesville.! Whole a -. I

by placing senior pitcher Dar- On defense, ''two returning: sale Auto Pans of Leesburg ., ,,1c
rell Symonds.Junior: first base- lettermen drew particular' I Drive in-TV of Melbourne.Jeno's / V ... f fI
man HollLs Tinsley, senior praise 235 Ib. tackle Charles' Pizza of Sanford. and vl I, t1 r
pitcher> outfielder Charles Smith 'and eplit end Connie the White Lion St.Augustine. wish to thank. my. Bradford Coun:! ...?.
Hood and senior third base- Elder. I Three of the top four teamsof .. '
ty friends for their vote and : -
man Roy Tanner on the hon- According to !Mason both last year's tourney. will\! re- I am hnm'6b'fiR'aEefu' t to'youjor, tT.. ,. ; support c 1

ors nine. units moved the ball extremely I turn: defending champion: privilege of allowing me to continue to ;; in the First Primary.. 4.j .
Palatka also furnished the well for the season's. first Ormond Beach; third place 4' j
conference' Coach o>f the Year scrimmage. I TltusviUe. and fourth place serve as your Congressman. stn i I
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In Jim McCool. Following another tomorrow oorimmage night's Islet Garden Restaurant.Most y \\'oIj\.4'o Others picked were: session of games will be .played Striving to-merit thatVconfidenc: will !
for the final evening
Orange Park Junior out- I at West Side Park. with six i,
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fielder Darrell Lauderdale spring training. May 31. 1 scheduled at the BHS dia continue to be a my> .goal.. ',- 1DON' ABe
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Junior pitcher Arnold Braden., mond. Opening game of the --- 1'' sure to j i ..

and senior outfielder Earl tlons: tourney will be played Friday .". ., I 'y
Mangum. Dan Williams voluntary night. May 31. at 7 p. m.,, : UJi' I p 1 vote again .1.
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Bolles-ca.tcher George Tom- Intoxication and resisting arrest with the finals set for Sunday, ;1': ) ,. -, ..:

llnson and outfielder Wayne sentenced to 10 days In June 2, at 2:30: and 4 p. m. in the '2nd ...
Sliver only sophomore selec- I The top three teams of the 1
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ted.. Jail.Harvey Hurve Waldron tourney will receive team trophies 'I ;

Lake City senior pitcher- drinking as a minor and voluntary while Individual trophies 'FUQUA A" .Primary: ,j .'
infielder Leroy Purdy and Intoxication senten- will be presented to the et y. x

senior first baseman Fred ced to a $55 fine or 10 days In players of the championship Tuesday |

Bellllng. and runner-up teams. x 2nd District: ;; $
St. Augustine-senior pitcher Jail.Truby Congressman.
Smith driving with- The tournament is sanctioned May ::28
Doug Feltner. out a license fined $52.50. by the Amateur Softball :i" ,
Live Oak-senior shortstopSid James Owen Sellers failure I ;

Allen. to have vehicle under control. have vehicle under control. .--.
fined $6.50 court costs. placed on probation for 30 MAYORS COURTMayor James Fred Runyan reckless days. '.' .-r.. Ctttnn for Collfn. .
driving In a school zone. K 'George T.v... Tlee.uftlio:
: Carl Hurst heard sev- fined $12.50.Ernest :' -V. ,H.\. \ 1 i >t. ."9. 1 f f* / "!

en cases in Starke Mayor's Anderson, voluntary ,. .. .. 1
Court Tuesday night and I : .'.
Intoxication fined: $3750.C. SAMPLE, ,PRIMARY BJ\LLcT ;'

made the following dlsposi- H. Naaworthy. failure to i .. ". ,,; ,,:, :,"':' -' :'( E

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Double Feature Program I. ," ,. .
; CONGRESSIONAL, i ;, OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL Candidates Candidates "

, '" United Senator A ,.! 'PREFERENCE PRIMARY BALLOT Preferring REFERENCEPlace '
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e)( IA tJ1'"t (Vote for one.!. ) the)column'an',(of X)the in;thei group cir of.Jeat delegates the top for of EUGENE J. MCCARTHY -t r"." :l' .''f.' ; f.l r For,1:.President' .' .

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BURT LANCASTERLEE n. whom you wish to ..vote. President
LeROY COLLINS
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RALPH BELLAMY UCLAUDJACARDINAJI] EARL PAIRCLOTH 0,. CandidatesPreferring o .
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-.. Justice of the Supreme (hart' J'."r!i For PresidentDELEGATESATLARGE Organizing Chairman SCOTT. KELLY ; I
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Group 1 t .. BENJAMIN BROWN. II. ., __
GEORGE ALLEN_ _. -- .-. ..- '" -
The eeu.unCmede_ (Vote for one) O J. BEN BROWN SYLVAN B.: BURDICK ..
RON CACCIATORE I I ,
shocker ;-' JOAN CRAWJORD GEORGE COURY _Hr.'
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H. BILL CARR \.1
JOSEPH R. NAROT W. ( ) <
JOE BOYD .
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II. COOPER PAT THOMAS SIDNEY KNICITE V I *** ,.,.* JAMES B.'EZELD

TlCHN'COLOR"' CII Organizing Chairman EDWARD R. MUFSON HAROLD S. (BUNKER) HILL, JR. ::

EDWIN F. NORWOOD JOSEPH F. HUKLE
rr. GEORGE A. SMATHERS EARL JOHNSON
V I LEGISLATIVE HARVEY RUVIN OrwX
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SPESSARD L. HOLLAND GEORGE LEWIS :I 'O \\A.r'LEON> LOWRY

FLORIDA THEATRE i.I.; State Senator rf SAM RALPH M. D.GIBBONS TURLINGTON MORTON J..:''F.PERLIN SWANSON. JR. 11('< JAMES RICHARD W.C.MATTHEWS MANN(

Seventh Senatorial District .. FRED O. DICKINSON, JR.. ERNEST JERNIGAN; : ++) 'J. SHERMAN MOORE, JR.

DOYLE CONNER :, HERBERT L. HEIKEN W. R MUSTIAN JR. .

Showtime-Weekdays 7:00-: Sunday: 3:00: (Vote for one) BROWARD WILLIAMSFLOYD WARREN H. DAWSON JAMES B. SANDERLIN


Saturday 1:00 J. EMORY "RED" CROSS "11 WILLIAM T. T.CHRISTIAN MAYO < MURRAY G. FREDERJCK' MS. ROESS5 JR. 1 Q fl 'i< ;OTIS NORMS!}WILLIAMS D. WOOLFNRKI'. (III I :t-\:! ,t i !

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HAYDON BURNS PATRICIA LEE BEATTY "
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FARRIS BRYANT MRS. 'YIRGINIA 'W. BOHANNONjEN
VIRGINIA P/1.? SMITH i
DON MURRAY DAVID ELMER WARD BERTHA COCHRAN I ; ClfERRYARJORYJL.( .. ::1 :
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1'GUY .... i ; ROBERT L. SMITH MRS.. JEROME L. KIPNIS L' 1 \, ; CLARY .-' 'hl,,< : : .
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ABBYDALTONliIPLAI COUNTY I! CHARLIE HARRIS MRS. T. WALTER HERBERT'; MARTHA !' ,

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Board of Public tutrnctie : T,: MRS. H. A. _ROSS ; j
PHIL-D. O'CONNELL. GENEVIE M. KALEEL NELL POWELL JIMENEZ :

IA I UNIVEJQAl PICTURe In COLOR County: Board Member .4 ROBERT G. PETREE ; MRS. THOMAS W>.'McALILEYJ;) JR.I' MRS. 'JOE MALEK .'I i .I' .
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PLUS District. No. 3 1' MRS GEORGE L. HOLLAHAN, JR. MRS. BEATRICE ANNE: WARNER MRS:> ROBERT:METZKER :I.. ;. -. ) i

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A UNIVERSAL PICTURE In COLOR HPrtttona. .. : MRS.' WARREN M. GOODRUCII MRS.. PATTIE ODOM STONE "
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Four Year Lease five Youths
jg!:;.Keor, Hilifes/ Sportsmen n I ( ;.Charged Rotary Club First. PlaceIn



"b,i l.-m.IJr, B*" Regina'' SchuberPlease I AtAirport;, Price Upped To $$225 t I\V/iili/ Theft Of'Guns, Coins Gainesville William: ,A.who Chandler has been, at-of Cunningham's Little League Gulf took

.' Phone, .In, ,Your Items. 47S-306T, 1 I. c torney for Clay Electric Coop- lover first place in the Key-
'"J1heKeystone Heights than$225 for grazing rights A preliminary hearing for had pried open the side door erative for the past 14 years I stone Little League last Saturday -

e.jd Sportsmen's Club was rained\ ''u the lease were put out to a I five Negro youths, all of Galnlesvllle ait, Candy's, which was locked and attorney: for .the. Florida night by winning a real

dsT OFFICE CITATION, 3 p. m.Tueeda .'May 14The! '.approval of Ita request for a bid.. and Mayor Starnes suggested .: I Iv' t r ) *harged-- with: theft'' of. and also bolted grabbed their Eleo tlc Cooperative Assn. for thriller over the Scales team.
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AT WOMAN'S CLUB :,citation was. made as a.part of tour-year' lease on Keystone that this figure be used some $809 worth of guns, old loot and returned. ,to the car. five years was guest' ;' speakerat The 1.0 victory for Cunningham -

.1r1&Citation of Merit "was presented President ,Jdhnaon'a Natural Alrpor property: at a' .special In the new negotiations. coins, and change, from Can Muhlhofer arrived a.* they the Keystone Heights Rotary was packed with
to Postmaster Gladys, .Beauty Progam sad commended meeting of City Council 1'ueI- ,A few minutes later :the I dy's Gulf Service In Keystone were In the car. attempting to Club last Friday.In excitement ,from the start.

JW&, by Pe}cy Manley..\..Postal the- 'community1!!' ( : !day'. night;,'but the prtoe (was, Council gave unanlmoua approval i+4Mw Heights; has .been set for 3 p. get It .started. The guns and speaking "Florida Kent Morgan pitched all the
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sir ce-,offier, in a--. '' from to $225, to Councilman! 30 In Green. other loot found In the
program I Keyetone Heights and Us postal Upped! $1 a year Ray D.Thursday. May! : were Clectrio Cooperative from the way for Cunningham's; and
at the regular monthly meet employees!\ for the excellent annually. f fJ I Wlnan's motion that the'present {CoveSprings'..Bond was set at car: .and the men were takento Legal Viewpoint Mr. Chandler recorded 15 strikeouts. Tim

'-o.f..the.- ., Woman's) club'' .inj maintenanceof) )' (grounds!; 'AU oouneI1 on'spokefavodably. : ; lease be, renewed for a '$1,000 on each of'>the five. j Green Cove Springs by interesting examplesof Ooetzman scored the Gulf

r muntcipal-balMin\ at the I and'exterior, ; 'of thedp postal of the program.;, ,being pertoj:!l of fomreaQ: ,for a >' Ih fi A-Kaystone r resident,who Muhlhofer and Constable suits gave In which the Florida .I station team's only run in the
umt.;. carried. out bY'tlre'club' ; bat charge of$223 annually to be couldn't sleep and was smelting : Chance: who had also arrivedon Cooperative Assn. had been involved first Inning. Tommy Smart

Miss.,",71111, smemb.rof1Eheclub ,vetoed'the need) for addition paid,on, September!) lor,each L --' ) a lgarette, KE'TQNE11IE1GHTS
Introduced Mr. and Mrs.: revenue for .maintenance- of )'ear..The:present lease expiresin :;,porchabout.; *2 a. InJut, charging the five> out In the last inning Mark

,Manley;,. Cob. Harold ..AshH. facilities, at) the Airport.. ) August. I Thursday, is credited with apprehension ,;with breaking,and entering, meter walked, and then went
owner of the post,office prop- Councilman: 'James Cool Mayor Starnes asked >the, I of ,the five youths. were sworn out against Leroy SUMMER DAY CAMP to third on a double by Tom-
erty; and Commander Thomas 'said that around $20.000 Council- Mt-nwr' yes fled' ( 'any: Goerwm-Weefcs- :'Tr /'ct! &1'' County KneWnvx qfI ,Williams 18?'Joe Wilson. 19; Summer Day Camp will my Smart. Final out ended

Bryant of American Legion would bave to be spent at the decision on reworking thcurve Engagement Told I flee has asked that >the name Ronald, Crowell!, 17; Lerry open June 4 at Hall Lake the rally, however, leaving two

Post 2OJ, -whaled the flagsa Airport In the next fear yean. at Belote's corner and of the citizen not be disclosed Greene 17: and George Green Classes In- Arts and Crafts, I runners on base.Volunteers .

iifrcfY'o'I"l' lute. She also reoog$ized PCelgn 'The hangar i.. a'disgrace and' wast told that the budge :Mr. and Mrs. Doyle] Godwin at this time 19' all of:Gainesville. and study for children 3 to 12 went into a. tie

; ': Y Zlk lodal nurserymaif, present a dangerous" situation ,,woujd not stand. the estimated ,.of Keystone Heights,announceengagement' ? The; car.containing} the f||ve Judge Thomas J. Rivers set years old. Tutoring optionalFor for second place with Belote'sby
and. ,the Woman's Club forth ,that must b'taken. care of/' 'costt)of $270 at ,thUktkae. ilia. of' their I youths: 'was aeenV to park pn Bemt'at $1.000'each.' ( further information call the drug
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..:... Ir cooperation in twautlflcatlon he said in'suggesting' that an t CouncilmanWatldnsis: daughter. Jacqueline: 'Dlanev..to Hisjhwar c 21 near.2B11'.(>Oar- Among ,the articles recovered Mrs. Heskett. 4734974. store team 2 to 1. Jimmy Mar-

: of !the post office I annual charge of $400( for the r that$ the eu.tve/"aa banked Michael: Weeks, son of,;M/; ageu.The,youths got out and I 'were one 30-06 rifle, one for the Fire Department
1!MUTT SHOPKEYSTONE, grounds and ':,-..t;>resenUcl' an club s-lease'would be 'fair' to "the! wrong -, ", In order to and, 4 Mrs. J. C. Weeks of I ran in the' direction.'of t the ..22' rifle, three old shotguns GARDEN CLUB OFFICERS tin pitched team and Bret Cole

engraved trophy-to' Lee Wam the. clty."r ", 1 drat' waterfamrny( ( from ad- Grandin.Theiweddinjt. Gulf station at the Intersectionof with "mule ear' hammers ATTEND MEETINGS Robin Henderson
:I ,& ble, who has.been mainten.anteth In opening the discussion tjolning ;property, 'If !we .wUl.tsfce:Iaoe .HteJyiw! : ,,21andvlOO. ieusDewtln and one old Model 73 Win Mrs. Albert Bachmann, president for Belote's.Belote's Kevin Wy-

s BEAUTY SHOP.'. JI\i'office since ,iCouncitaan) WatWns. had .!change the-bank we 'mlgh 'at 8 tf. m on. July, ; 3 in Paran :they,'were "up' tto ,chester. Around $65 or $70 In of the Garden Club of scored and for Bruce: Bleasdale
It.wu,first praisedr the work of the run Into at serious 'drainageprotttem. Baptist Church near Grandin. '.something;'" the diskette' change was. taken from the : the Lakes, attended the State man
constructed.
Volun
)sdI... Jo OwnerTrtaotM Convention of Florida :Federation crossed the plate for
J ; the disconnected certain cash register which
3 Mrs.'..AQe1lt:Holt offered the Sportsmen Club 0.e a''hfab he said/"aJ1d Jlev.i!Clarence Smith will per smoker 'was not
-" Creative Hair Styl Invocation opening the service,to youth"and announ 1 bit t3f would be liable. :. form the nuptials. wires on ,their car, so {lit locked: and a metal box on a of Gaivten' Clubs In teers.
ing i Every Form of Beauty pro to 'alont drainage and couldn't' ,I started >then tried shelf umercash: register Hollywood) Mai 16-18.
*' .& gram, and ;?'flVirs. John: Bird, ced his willingness go f Several other ; A i reception will be held) at *be COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
|altor*Tuesc-OatS i_ ;_closet .chairman. !iihe' ,civic improvement .with the $1,per year lease for road "dropoff!! problems were the:home of the bride, following to telephone' local law enfone- was pried open and some old. On May 2. Mm.,Bachmannand Register now for Gadara.

Brofcam, spoke on another. fourryears.\ I ,,discussed but,no action taken. the. wedding. ment officers. Night policeman coins removed; A translator the IncomLiar Vice Presi- SChool Kinder
'Y s the nlstonr and'progress: of Councilman Everett' Fox Mayor Starnea reported that Close friends and relativesare Tom Bryant was on vacation,! radio, was also stolen, but dent, Mrs. Sam Gardner At- Country Limited Day enrollment for
"
the' Keystone's: post off lethrougn safe; he,was in favor.of renewIng :the jCounty',C'' "but nottor of the .e r I foul' ton.Aj!*tljwrwlth the station were not disturbed. at children age
.C.C*m # uner.'J.UwrIOO" the year/ ; the club's lease, approved construction i iau tf < : dent's Conference Orange Mrs. Heskett, 473-4974.
Call
After,'4 the prbgram, the a dollar.a year.?, ,'three ,"crossovers'1 l>etween.Highway # :'otfcttt B V 3 eaJ'O CoveSprings. I Park.
SxifirMry' Ct FtorhoiBW* ,, eye/ 4ea ,meeting rums ''rtt:, eecorrvened by In 'requesting a.' four-year ; : '100 and: the railroadat Rio t After' considerable e't Other businesses In ,the for Information.
a -
1bauragdato' <
Plants, ,jk Mr.. David NelwOn, club preeL. extension. *tDm Morgan. "their! expense/: '. and also tooperT, TE I .telephoning, the observer ctac4edCanstableRay.Chai Keystone area that have been L
f mm.:" Shada yVun.TreertoJolyjos Trees., Everjgwena r .- dent, 'and.theeei was a brief Sportsmen's'' ,Club president. saidtthe. troublesome curve: at Engagement''I TbldMr. : : ; : *e victims of B & E's In (recent'

ft Landscape Plant* In fashion .ahoto.: .promote, a said.the organization, could the .Intersection. of 100 and :21 ; at his home and Chance,j1n months have Included Brook-
"containers..' "' A\t' ,Club summer grogram of dress not 'carry out a long', range had.been widened. and,Mos. Harold L. Rid- turn, called Police Chief Wally lyn Supply House.Trlest Construction -

0.r* I Camellia ft Aialeae- 'sales., Chairmen of standing. program" on the. bULl, of a aught Sr. of Palatka announce Muhlhofer at his home.I t Co., Pine Air Farms, BINGOEvery

1t.Us Do Toitf'1L. u>dseapnw ,j committees -and< club officers" one-year,1eaIe..He said 'the the' ,engagement of their f I During the Interval, the n in and C.& L Milling Co. .

< _',, ,<. i < read their annual reports at, club had posted the property NO"J"ES.-I daughter.' June Winona. to I- y ;
this time. 'f' as requested: ; had repaired NEWS, Gary 1U' Cooper, aon-of- ; :,. SCHEDULEOF
4U8KD CAR8HnkrUedear HERBAND THERE several'section at fence; installed. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Cooper, SERVICES

Ii -. ACMnbereUM> .WonumM a.Mglstared-]lock. system ,By-Bets*. z.- of KeystoneHelg'hte. INDIAN BEACH I Saturday Night 8 P. M.
t Club who attended 'at the on the gates; and had The. bride-elect is a 1967 PARK

I BIG. TnDISCOUNT Federation of ,Woman's. (Club; spent aroundi $1.200 for equipment .CUlIKCU WOMEN. HOLD graduate of Keystone Heights (Lake .. fa F.,

s r. at Alachua on Wednesday, to carry out Improvements .CIRCLE' LUNCHEON. High School, where she served nil Mldiael H. Cfclttyn. of thePALMS AMERICAN LEGION HOME .
iI 1deven.1n.1r j
:JSt1rSELL: TRADE May 15 were 1M1'II.'J. Bird We have already: done The;; combined day cheerleader, and was chosen 475-2171
: : Y' Bfc. 1 Boa iO 'OVCrs. Hallman, Mrs. S.'McDon- about $300> worth of plantingthis 'circles of the ChurchWomen as Homecoming Queen attendant .&&.&.. ... .&.. .u POST 202 .
.Rsv. tee :i* Miles B.; Btarto enjoyed the final cov- 100 West of
aid Mrs. A. Frost, and Mrs. spring :Morgan said :! two years In succes how Highway Keystone Heights
r the Greetings pedros ya
dfeh- luncheon' of SUNDAYS
CONCRETE PRODUCTS D., Nelson. "and have peas and ferUlzer ered slon. like the weather we've been -
While on hand for further planting. season on Monday. The bridegroom is also a I(I 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.
visiting his
parents,
S ttwntMti tnc, having. It sure Is nice to have
'o
'RUr dnlnil:,
If our lease Is renewed. 1967 of Jack J Pot Never Under
graduate Keystone
Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan THURSDAYS 50.00
: BWST THAT ALL YOTO Several speakers emphasizedthe Mrs. John Bird, retiring pres- a break from the long drought
School wherehe
Nelson's eights High ,
of Point Sgt. John
to we had. Maybe if it keeps 7:38 P.M.FUNDAMENTAL.
I CONS PRODUCTS ident, handed-the gavel ,
to the business I
benefit .
was active In football and
Sullivan. Jr. and his wife re-
t AJUB THJB; BEST FKOMBuilding, community of Keystone 'Mrs Roy TUrlme t: new president raining our crops won't becompletely
ceived word from Olathe. basketball He la now presently lost also our lakes. I
BIBLE
AFB Kansas that ha bad Heights franc: money spent by for 1963-69. who announced ervlnc a* Xee.r.'. tour, of. duty wm'start rising again. If they TEACHING COMPLIMENTS OF

I Edwaid''e been promoted to Staff Serge out-of-town8petsafeWa'. ', Ctatomembers '. .' : .. the newly appointedofficers. ; T In..Viet,Nam. ppon Nfl> return. i don', all of the fish are liableto ] AllI B'en!lees Held In The JAMES REPAIR SERVICE
Supply Inc. ant, and along] with that de- who come to the wedding plans wilt be made. I 1
j ) The fallowing elected ottl- die off. Last week. I had a New Bible Center Melrose' _, ,Phone 475-4115
cision went ax\ approval for, area during hunting) season. Tentative date 1* for June 7. Choo-choo
about the
Introduced President poem ...
:
: TM &i Mal 3784844OAtNZSVILLlS. him to.b8 trained for Intelli- Councilman. Cook expressed! cers were 1st 969. bugs and completely,forgot -- ---
Mrs. Roy TurkneU;
: reluctance to approverenewal ,
ILL
e lI 1:1 ,i fContiiIued On Next Page) ice President and Program to say' anything about It. I
without being able
I of to the study lease the document* He Chairman Mrs. Frank Iteen; .YtyTrtpt+y T'Ittt+tty guess you all know that they This Time Let's MAKE IT STICK! ELECT
whether' call --
are back. you
Missionary. -
aad4 thst,a ,diligent search,f 2nd Vice.President and ,
Smith P. & them; Choo--bugs, Ltfve, bu //J.
Lake of '. Ch&lrman'o'1\I1"! MELROSEBy
i# Bar-B-Q had! been mad bat a copy
little
Secretary 'Mrs. ., ,Sex bugs:Mayflies. them
the present lease could,not be Stephens:
-S Don C. Wallace; Treasurer, ,blade bugs, or what, they'rehere
found In the ctty Han. ,
Jeyee RoweRalph
Pork .'Beet Ribs Chicken Mayor Ray Btarnea remarked "/' Mrs. M. R. Bowen. .again, I called ,
...... Choorchoo bugs because NEWELL
"We seem to have Mlot of ,Appointed clrole. chairmen .& .&.&. ....taw. ;
SandwIch &: Talle-Out Orders of and co-chairmen were: Circle that's what one of my little
mysterious disappearances
and J. Cason of Palatka cousins calls them. They are
Cold Drink*.:' Be -Nice. Picnic Area papers In the City HaL"Morgan : 1. Mrs.Floyd Seth Koons Kennedy; Circle 2, and. :Mrs. George ThIgpen of I getting' bad but they're not
.Mrs
S :promised, Co. have ,., Eaat Palatka visited their parents bad they were last
Mrs.A. quite as as
e \ Open FrU Sat..;. Sam' and) Holidays suffldent eoplee of the lease Mrs.. P.David Hallman Nelson; Circle and 3, Mrs.' ,. Mr. and .Mia R. iM.' I year [yetl. I I COUNTY COMMISSIONER -- DISTRICT 1

: : ; Next Door To Smith. Lake Grocery made for each councilman: to A. Cason.
Walter OroUck and :MrsR. Some of our notsothoughtful -,
i 1. )'I l1way 214 .Smith Lake )Ph.? ,473-4534: .. study.Morgani expressed,belief that Qaunt; Circle f, !Mrs. William Ktdd Mr.of Jacksonville and Mrs. Robert spent the W. nelghbona.latad., OB ..vlatt.ors1 From the outlet<< of thlni
+ '. the City would not get more' Beam Sr. and Mrs. Ber.t'r I weekend with !Mrs. Kldd'ebrottlerdnlaw have been destroying the\ ten the people the truth about the Job at stake; about myself and about my intentions -
.i' .. Chrlstoffers.i These circles and sister Mr. beauty of our lake and surrounding Insofar as the Job la confftrmxl. I pledged that I had no axe to grind other .
.meetra. 1:30: in the homes on area, 'by cLumping '' than one that would advance the economic welfare
of
.
\\1. each and Mrs W. J. Orollck. I' Clay County; that I did not
of
'r the trash> atong thesWes ol our
S;
staring Mrs. Edtth steuart of Well believe In personal vindication.A .
;I THIS month, in September. roads. Th!. Is a shameful dl-
"** It Mrs- Kelp'Oreeeon born Is spending,the?week' and I you ALL know '*y now I was certified the winner of the District 1 County
Circle 15, ifrlth gracei, absolutely unneces-
\ I" r "with,her ,son and .dauehter-in-. Commission rare by ONE VOTE, but Immediately
! Sure as chairman meets sary. Signsj are l being: postednow. my opponent charged that there
,TAME.8lee I : at 9:30 a.' m. I law, Rev. and Mrs.T. A. steu- i warning people about,,: were Inaccuracies In the count, and brought a court action In an effort to throw

.. -n, : ..,. .... ..., ...- f. : Evening circles: Nlghten- art: and family. dumping Anyonewho is out the official remilta.
: y-7-, Ca181..MrS; Charles Wallenlus I, The Mclroaa Action Committee I caught, is subject to prosecution -I He said he didn't mind getting beaten, but that he didn't want the election

..I .. and Mr.Roy Bridges, meet at I would like ,to thank by law. So "Please stop stolen from Mm. If, by that remark, he Intends to Insinuate that the clerks and

I Vote '*.Again 28 7-43.: ,p m., Reibeccas. Mrs.:Myron everyone who helped to make dumping anywhere: but. the poll 'managers have stolen vote on my 'behalf, I would like to say' only that the
May Prevatt Sr. and Mrs. CarlD. heir' Flea Market a success. county dumps! We also havea I poll workers were the
4,: appointed by County Commission, of which
.. Hewitt meet at 8 p. m. The[ Committee still collecting garbage service here now. If my opponent
.b I to chairman and of which he has been member for
a a long,
time.
: I-o-n-g
committee: Chairmen: Spiritual articles for a ,future sale.I you are interested;call. 'us & DO
z ,pVtt- tic -. -{ FOR Late, Mrs. Leon F. :Mllner The Melrose Men's Softball ,we will.give ypu his xuune. NOT ACCUSE THE PEOPLE HE APPOINTED OF HAVING. STOLEN
VOTES FOR ME OR HIM.
. :_Finance, ''Mrs. Roy Bridges team won tljelr second game Among other happenings,
Membership. Mrs. Nettle of the had I know, and you know that It U virtually Impossible to hana completely error.free ..
; season last week by defeating .our Siamese cat, "Mlfisy:
i 'Stitdhberry: : Kitchen, Mrs. R. Hawthorne, 72. This four black kitten last Friday election but I AGREED on a r-run' of thin election, only because I DO NOT

Homer 'A.I daunt: Publicity Mrs. E gives them a 2-1 ,record.A Even though they're half- WANT IT TO BE SAID THAT I TOOK THIS OFFICE WITH KITIIKR: : MYSELF

.h P:. Egan: Sewing, Mrs. J A. fried chicken supper was ,breed. she's lust as proud' as OR MY SUPPORTERS UNDER ANY KIND OF CLOUD. There are too many

.1>... '.J ,cWUUams\ Welfare Mrs. Mrs BertChrlfitoCfers held Monday, night: sponsored If they were vorth a million I worthwhile programs for us to be pushing for the benefit of all our county, foi"

: 4i : Sunshine, I me to aeoapt anything: other than a clear-cut decision. THIS TIME, LETTS SHOW
Elmer' Hower Hospitality, Mrs Continued on nest. lager [Continualon.. Nat Page] EM WE MEAN BUSINESS.
,Carl,JlelWitt Telephone. Mrs. I
I i t Newell 'Myron Prevatt Jr.; Pianist. In the first primary, In addition to winning: by ONE OFFICIAL VOTE carried

Mrs C: H,Haberstroh: Flow-. eight of the county's 18 precincts Another I lost by only five vote and still I
'
: .:... I ers,' Mrs. Albert Bachmann. another by only 10. Keystone Height I lost by 180 and the absentee ballot 118 I

1yI EASTERN STAR Proof to 60 against me. Study those returns for yourself, and see If you don't agree that
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Satur4lay.May 25. will be SO FAD, AS THE VAST MAJORITY,, THE NON-OBLIGATED VOTERS ARE I

Fun mventni for members of CONCERNED, they feel It Is HIGH TIME for
; a CHANGE IN
OUR
I I want to thank of in Ear COUNTY I
.. everyone you Clay County the* chapter and their friends cOM lISSION.

'Special/. events of the evening Beyond Question This Is 1968 decide for yourself whether want
to
.
1 the support, you'gave' me 'on'May 7. ;": A ,will include' a ''SeW-b sh-, old politics In our government or get: with the you times pan you go alongwith afford to the continue same

.... r tae ten. ;,,member with costumes and modeled made by by A cancelled: check: ,is your PROOF BE- paying; for the kind of government you have 'been 'getting?

YOND QUESTION that have Yes I want to be doubly sum that we have.. a them .at. the,fashion showing you paid a election. Toward
I sincerely solicit your support again on May 28. I The next regular chapter bill it's your best legal receipt.Every that,end. I have asked the Secretary of State to send us additional Impartial

. meeting' will be on June 4, workers to help operate the polls. on May 28. I don't want my opponent to have

01 'with a special! program; home .today Is "small));, business"basic. ANOTHER CHANCE to accuse! the poll workers they appointed of stealing: the
i I will assure :that the confidence have shown. PERSONALS lOOtio.
you : you A checking account: gives yov a perm
'Mn and. Mrs. James Glen ThIs time when you go to the polls and I sincerely hope that _
anent running record ef family's fin- you will
j i and will show, inme- will:;-never be betrayed. of Delray Wm. Beach Jr.parents stopped of ancial transactions. Often your needed! . to ask yourself If you want things to go along: as they have been or If It Is time
Mrs. Beam throw off the shackles
of:
j :* ,i fora-i visit on their way to always valuable! *,. an adjunct to a household ESTABLISHMENT CONTROL. It la your vote, and
: only you can use It to strike a blow for your, own freedom.
their summer,'frame In Mon- budget! As receipts, your cancelled
I .cannot urge you too. strongly to return to the polls .treat, N. C. checks, are PROOF BEYOND QUESTIONas

Mrs. Ray Wlnans recently voucher for income tax deductions.Not THIS TIME Let's Be SURE!
S again on .May 28v,and exercise fuprecious; right returned home after surgeryIn

r' .. Alachua General HospitalMrs. only practical but economical! .
I
.p4r. r For the Second Time
to ballot. ;. Al Lagassee is recuperating in Two Weeks
: ,' "frt: ; at Alachua General Hospital So don't:gay in cash! Don't pay bills twice! on May 28/

and expects; to return For many benefits open a checking account ELECT

home Mr.Boon and Mrs. C. H. Haber-, today! i

Homer L Newell stroh are pleased with the
KEYSTONE( STATE
honors recently won by three BANK HOMER NEWELLCOUNTY

of,their grandsons. Ronald :

FOR COUNTY, COMMISSIONER DIST. ONE Haberstroh of WlUUmsport, I Member FJXI.C. Be: y t M Height, FT*.
..
Pa. graduated In ,the top ten -

"* .... .(>ti ol. Adv. Pald for by Homer.L. Newell) at Academy.Pennsylvania Young Michael State Police BasIContinuedi ,. Year FrlMidJy'l' Celaalll2dt aak'ala'c, :Your Friendly COMMISSIONER -- DISTRICT 1

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has been in there several Hill and family W. E. Bowen with Mr. and .Mrs E. 3V No. explanation sprang to burg spent the weekend In dist Church June 9. Copeland Hazel Roberson Orollck.
to
INDIAN BEACHProm weeks but the doctors still and Dr. B. R. Page all from Revels last week. mind, Melrose visiting friends and M. A. C Cheryl Jones, and Janet'Chi- f CANCER'CRUSADE;
haven't discovered what's Jacksonville and Major and Mr. andi;! Mrs.: J. D. Carlton TO satisfy this query. relatives ;.> The Melrose Action.Com I .appinl_._Receiving "Lady-m-j Mrs.vJohrt'Eied'ohalcmari.
wrong with' her. They are going -, Mrs Hondrltoh. Major Hond- spent last week at their lake To a child you Joist can't.. DUPLICATE BRIDGE mlttea voted on nd"adopted "::awards of the Keystone'CAnoer-Crlv
to run some more tests this I j Itch la an Army evaluator, place enjoying a vacation. Justify, : Winners of the Melrose Du the by-laws of. the:orfnteatlon rl, %c 'and.Sandy: :Finn. I I I asks the volunteers-..wh.o..1.oV!. :
( PrecedingFmgel week so maybe they'll find has been training National :Mr. and Mrs. Don Ritchie A year that looms so dreary. ,plicate Bridge Club last week: a.t their last meeting' .... a' .n: .. not turned inrreport" n4..,proceada -:

.;:u1ars.: out something. Guards at Camp Blanding, and son spent the weekend at' But;, finally all farewells are were: Mrs. B. A. Allen and They also discussed helping to please do '!so **.,"eoonas'posslble
We were In Gainesville last Griffin's Lodge had several ant! has been staving Grif their trailer home on little past Mrs. J. W. Foster, 1st place; with a summer recreation. ICE Y TON. EHILITES <, .(;,itIDii'
Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, week and weekend guests In- fin's for two weeks. Santa Pe. I hoT things will get better Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs.I program but will have to wall 'DUPLICATE. '
HJI.I ;.lJa\: ', visiting:, my aunt. I IU.IUTS! : Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mi ant Mrs W. E. Kite Jr. Mrs. Clemmle Greek anal: They,brightened some':tft' e day Strawn, 2nd place; Mrs. W. J. until they find out If the Put? ,; The' Duplleate'lrtdge''G'fK '
Jones and family Mr. :: down' for few Lisa ,the week- 'J'gct.. Kent nam County School Board..,
:Mi" Teen.e: Crensliaw In Al- ands, are a days! Mangum spent Orollrk and Mrs R A. } i meets each Monday T WtP
achua General Hospital. She Mix> Bill Cal.tel'Ir.! Gordon again They spend most: of end with Fred and CorlneThleman. ) My lint, so. welcome letter: ; call 3rd place: Mrs. Mary planning to sponsor program .i at the MunlclRAl '$uIJdI.u.
I their time commuting ,back I Their daughter and The dally countdown. helps! Cook and Mrs. Robert Clare, before they can act. I From Preceding PaeJ I Play beRths promptly .47:3G' ( Y
and foh.\ Their son, Robert\ her family; Geraldine and Bed: a'ore too I I 4th place. G. A.' Banquet* ..* +''gence work""with the office of. Although sponsored Ay 1fbjtI
Learn To SWIM Or Swim Better! will be home) from his school, Lee and daughter. Donna, of And ''optimism;. starts. Covered Dish Supper The Girl's Auxiliary of \the .Special Investigation./ TheI ) Woman' Club; It to not limited -.
in Tennessee June 2, and Jacksonville, will spend,:!, the The'advent of. a new month. For Stuarts Kliam Baptist, Church held its i I sergeant's-career decision will I to members:Find a partnerand
their dausrhter. Alicia! will be I next. two weeks vacationing Plots' are high\ on mental, There will be a Covered annual Mother Daughter: .be. in August.Mrs. join the aroupt! '
& 1 In beautiful modern home from Tallahassee on the here at the lake. charts. Dish Supper at the United Banquet at the educational James Coo.c entertain Last week's' winners Tii!'
0. Thelv other son. Rodney The James Klnohen familywas I But ".there's a ghost that Methodist Church Sunday I building l Friday night at,'7:00: ;: ed.;the, Weekly Bridge Club 1. Mr. and Mrs. R. 8trsgl0 I
J 20x10 ft1'uul, in hopes: to attend the U of F also down for the week- I haunts me May 26 at 7:00' : p. m. as a p. m. About forty mothers'and i honoring their 5th anniversary. i 41 points.t W'V*
---l'r: this! Fall. end. And 'It Won't be laid to rest congregational. "farewell" to daughters attended. Rev. Jam Mrs...John Oillls asslste4the .
w-ir Mrs. P. Fraher anQn'8L.
Lovely Setting Mr. and Mrs. Stout. of Wal! Mr. and, Mrs. Clarence Duf- I Cause a mood of ''blacll'depresi : Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Steuart eg Fink was the'guest of hon-. hostess. Out of town 2- '
.
38 ....:lK*
i ; points i
.. Terry
do were visiting Mr. and Mrs. fin are spending three week I,i and family. All members of,lor. I II ..uesu' were, .Mrs. W. Orollck, .
::../.. '. Owen Bryant. Sunday after- vacation at their lake place. Will descend at Its behest.TWahOtt the Church.and: friends of the I Following the banquet. Mrs: B.'Boyd Mrs. M. Thom- 3-Mrs. Dey and Mrs.' ,, ,l,its+
: \ Classes Begin noon.Mr.( I "It sure is nice to have all : \ is Just an echo. Steuarts, are Invited to attend. program! was presented in aI' 'I(,.The : Gadara. Country Day sen. end Mr. aft V WIU.IAM'Si'
.. y, and:: Mrs. Marlowe and these people spending .their But it passing will be slow Rev. Steuart and his family Church.) School graduation will be held .

Tues., June 4CHILDREN'S Mr. and Jtfrs, Julius! Smith of time 'with us. I can feel It-not Just hear It plan to move to Oainesvllle In Awards were ,presented ,Thursday'I evening, May 30. at Sunday., ,Masses. ,":" 7:30: "
Staike. were Sunday after- Lou Miller reports; that she SftyIri,t"Caddy. ., 'please don't June where he hopes to do the girls for their work:.In O. 8 'p. m. at Gadara Baptist a. ra.' .. ,
noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. i has everyone off crutches for *:'I go.:'* "ftv, Kra'iuate' work In the College A's. Receiving "Maiden Step" Chtl:: >t 014. \..,on.,.R315.|; i E117-CO..t.cmu-dt- r:
CLASSES George Ellis.! a change. Jeff put his crutches BV: 'TAttroin'.Ie-f.'Class John. of Education at the U of. F. awards were: Joslo Matbews.Susan .as of : Morose. Winners of evening Play bealns'i.
Beginners 1 10() A. 31. Advanced !9) A. M.\ Pete and Joyre Barton and 1 away on Monday and T. C 3.'Wood.t '" His lat, sermon will be pre- Finn Muriel Derails,)[prizes: were; MA'S. C. Donahue at 7:30: p. jn., '
I .
Mary Ella Waterson or Starke. put his away on Wednesday. sented at the United Metho- Dianne Copeland,. 'Debbie j i Mrs:'.A. Nelson l and Mrs. W, Ito.L
ADULT CLASSES were in' Orlando. Sunday to T C. doesn't have to go backto .. d k
Beginners 3 1'\ :M. Advanced 4 1'\ M. ...ttend the State Bowling' the doctor for ,three 'MELROSEfFrom I '\' "Ii I I ?x.". -."':" .S-.r-':ems, rt ""'''-' 'I'----- L.c
fouvrmmentCharlie months. Melinda Youngtolood ,
1 Lessons A 'cek-TuE's.., Wed., Thurs., Fri. of Tallahassee spent last week .
Louise and Paulette An Letter : E. Ws
Call Strand bel'l*; and Kim Kirby of with the Millers Open :%ifLirlher su.
pr .
Jacksoni:Hie were weekendguests Mrs. H. T. Smith and Mrs. ceedlng'a.iJeJ] I, ILe a
MRS. FRED
DODD 473-4206
Kirby Wolfe vlsltedi Mrs. i.
of Mrs.\ Jo Stranflberg. :
by the softball team. The ..
Qualified Instructor Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gllsson Smith's new great-grand team Is trying to raise enough
cf Sarasota spent a few days daughter, Stacey Dennlse money to. purchase or lease a To The Voters f''
:
Evans In Jacksonville over he
softball field of their own. .. .
weekend. Stacy Is the daughter
Sunday guests of Mr. and
of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie "'J_" '
El ans. Mrs J. O. Dann were her of CqUnty 'c }
granddaughter and family Clay .
Friends of W A. Wallace "
c4 Drive Mr. and Mrs.: William Hollinig.sworbh ,
; ato' will be glad to hear that he Is and baby twins of I ":.." ,,, '.I I II
home again and Improving ,
I Charleston, 8. d. and her r. : R
"H:>ne YOU are well again soon r :..
daughter-In-law Mrs. Lillian ."in'' .''V"j': -
'
MrWallacel"Mr.
!
Dear Friends .,.
.
Allen of 'Starke.Recent : .OfJ: .
p. sa n.
and l Mrs. Dolph Reddishand ,
guests of Mrs. Bernice -
children of starke: were t, 1yu JfiSJS
; Buick '1 I weekend guests of Mr. and.:! Gano were her son and In the closing days of my campaign for' re.' 1Io.ti.. ., ",. -
family Mr. and Mrs M 1M
4; Mrs. D. W.Cal'Penter.'Mr.' endMI'8. GallO and. daughters, Sally election as your County Commissioner for a ''i-! ,

; J. M Larimer Jr. of and Sherrl. of St. Augustine. District 1, I feel it only proper and, just that .... -1; ,
Jacksonville were Sunday Vlrgle Rowe and son. Danny I reply to certain false charges made against me .; : +I"' :a' t
guests of the Carpenters. Mrs spent in Orlando.Mr. of x: e ;
k Tuesday in Monday by supporters my ;..:!:.w ':" "
Carpenter spent .
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and Mrs. R. F. Simmons '
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Jacksonville, with her' daughter have 'gone to. North' Carolinato FIRST: I challenge any person to show that"I La eJL.' r ,:C,:" -s r'-nr

Bargain Mrs. David Reid. attend the Odd Fellows. have ever sold land to Clay County for road. I'" M said
As the sun slowly sets In gc'n: ; ..r.I I r
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Contention.Mr. right-of-way used in the construction of..any. ; ;; 1'J'.1..
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the west. [las they always say
to the close of !an- and Mrs. Mun 'o Wilson rrfarm: .market road built under our+":bond'tpn>4y '''41 ",'O.'" ,, eN
we other come epslode in the life of: have moved from Melrose. rgram. With the exception" of $25 my brother and .
Indian Bcarh-ltes. We've sure Mr. and Mrs. Bill Logsdon. I received for an, outfall' ditch 'through our property :u"m'' :( I.m

been having nice weather forgetting are parents to a baby born 'neither of us! hasjreceived\ any money'for: l k JClr:
and out doors and having Sunday Hospital.in He Alachua weighed 3 General and! H right-of-way acquired; under; the bond prqgrftnvAll ,:. :cr4nlaqtb: : ( "'Pr tect, the. voting irighta,>''o .iiev jry. rA' Q

get fun. I certainly 'hope, you all pounds and has been named I persons are paid for such outfaU hitches,.., .Catered& ., Democrat in ClaY' County.Wq'aU, \ know.
are taking advantage of the Shannon Glenn. This program started several years ago when we,[ ;'r7Jjicluding; ; my opponent and his supporters? t4 m
warm weather. Once again. 'Misses Anna, Bell and Reds attempted to get people! to donate rlghtofwayjneUher,;;;, nor I won the first primary.!'!' Tl e-
this week\ I am sharing a so that roads be built. This I feel i iy, .. with
Uc'binson' of East Palatka visited more can / "Court'Oeder: which was. entered thereoa'eees
poem: with you, written in by Vietnam one their sister, !Mrs. Maggie in the public interest. As''! District Engineer J. D. sent of my opponent reads. partly, asrfogvrs
of fighting men !
our ,
Bargain let me know what you i Stelnert!; Sunday. They went to Ward stated in his lettdr which was published'.} "U",,. *
a about It. So until next Gainesville to visit their nephew last week: II'.alp;' *f '-" .
4 think here's Leeon's Corrner. I and family Mr. and I :'.'Vpon..conslderation of' 'h'-: \ ;.lInd'\i a t n-
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week .
JUST A YEAR 'Mrs. Bud Robinson and children .. ".'*,,the evidence developed' by the BoafrtPof' '

Though a ypiv Is Just a ripple. "The only monies paid to you, your wife i vMur; ( > Omrntv'Canvassers and"counsel"forTherespective )' ,.

In a ne! er> ending sea, Lt. Col. [tret.. and Mrs. E. and your brother'Vere for improve* '...,.. ." parties, showing .dlscrepan5'cWslwh&h 4
I a1. l A yea r 'away'from'1bved OHM: tlves R Shrimnrrf Iii North are Carolina.vMUnsr-rel-' When, ments such as fencing, shrubbery! 'vVatelr t .."r': ..' v' "the fcsults pr vbnnf'., ,?

DIDCIo f"n become( eternity. they return home ,they will pipes and n frame-tin shed, which Is .,, ,,' ; ?:Jq\:,the Democratic primary-in the" rSce

d : I told'' my ,wife and children. I stop in Jefferson City, Tenn. the policy of the Board to pay for limprovcments. .IP. .' for ,County Commissioner, Iiltrict.Qne.! ,,It

1( : That" 1 a toM year myself would soon that go woikln by.An' ant, act their daughter, Jenny ." Clay County, Florida, indeterminable: .1 .I.1',

: :. ', hard. who! 'is attending college there . so that neither candidate can be"_jae- r.....
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Just We would like to welcome 'dared to have received a majorityof i M""'"
Wnuld make those days to Melrose. Mr. and Mrs The following/; are the payments made .to mo 7i' .{5 the votes ,cast, and thus be the demo-,

fly. Earnest Clvltnrese and and my brother for improvements taken'e' :. for galdr'Officeallt41; !
:
glibness f !
But pre-departure .
Now. At Quick dealer. my daughters, Rhonda and Christine i !; *;
hereunto having consentedt6
your who have recently mov- 1. My wife and I were paid $870 for a.'Cftn->, parties .
Deemed to vanish with this ,the provisions of this Order rovidln r .n
ed here from Rhode Island. crete drive-way hog fence, cyclone fence, wood 'H ; : :: ..

"Dn blow: really have to. Dad- M l'. and Mrs. Norman Levine fence- and water pipes.! ..' >I.... ?,:" 01.,,'!4orre-run\ of this contest"1"j. .'. .t. ."."'..'.r"Jr.;;rl'' ''Ii
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you
and family have movedto
I dy? Kentucky. '2. My brother and his wife were paid $1,070 .: ... '3 5. '"f '''n..

: We all need you, please don't' Mr. and Mrs. DavWi, Hinnant for ''one frame-tin shed, 18 by 30 feet wooden ;i Ii' I n8 .IQnalijr'my opponent and his supporters> *iW'

.4U..!(tllllNll go." and son Andrew, of. Middle- cow'pens, wire fence and galvanized water pipe I you to ,"throw* off the shackles of, establishment
: contrOt' "'aid to "strike a blow ;for. your ;own
3. My brother, his wife, my wife and I were,", li reedom't.*'' This is ridiculous. I am a free ,man
paid $520 for 4,000 feet of 4-strand barb. .
ir.e. libt'nYdebted to any one man or group 'of men
SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT fence and posts ..',. who may support me. but instead I am and harefwfiys -*

: 4. My brother, his wife, my wife anti r"w"erit--* been indebted to all of the' citizens >"5

REPUBLICAN PARTY : '. '.. paid $270 for two brick kilns and 1,680 feet of Clay County to serve all of our people..1 know

', .... .. 4-strand barb wire fence and posts. r.: '.. of no 'shackles having been'placed ort anyone 1
\ ..t by me or 5.my, supporters for they remember
MAY 2M 1, 1918!) ; _:, :" \: ; I donated. free of charge a borrq'l"'plt) con.r'( weJJCthe political machine 'that :I. haul fought

.,' taining almost one acre to the State Rpad Department ; sincjeJf' became your County Commissioner from 1

BRADFORD COUNTY ",. I .u and my brother donated a borrow District 1. I only ask you to look and see who e
pit almost one acre in size to the State Road are the main supporters I.
!, "' Precinct No. ______ "' 1 'Department.. these men dedicated to good government, to .*

,I ",. .,. \ .. !I Ii I have of appraisal- from: :'tjrr'} "'1I9""e-:1'" T1WtanIishment of lost political poWer and :

i To note! for a l jiersonvlmso' { /' name Is printed on the ballot make a cross (eX) in the square at .., \ v State Road Department of Florida showing the the reestablishment of a political dynasty which'' a

I tho RKM1T: of the name, of the person for whom you desire to vote; EXCEPT FOR DELEGATES to above acts, and I would I be happy, to show then;' A-.t .choked Clay County for many.yearat irou and If,
in which case' mark .eX( ) mark IN THE CIRCLE ONLY, to who .:* knQw the answer to this moat .important i; ques-
: ;! you a cross "t.. iO".." .. any person wishes to see them. Any .stl on ....... ,
: OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL; -,fVid ", persons circulating facts 'other than those ,; :
\ stated here are attempting, to mislead you. I'jJ9vt: not nor will I ever' tatce orders from

a''. ":j. :: '4 PREFERENCE{ ; ; \ BALLOT i .... I SECOND: M.y opponent and his sapP6rter:'. t 7 81ly) .-1riart; for having been elected by'4"4v*voters -
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(Place un (X) In the circle at the top of s''t 4'" I ( insinuate that I have accused the Clerks 'lmd :0 r s.! Ciay County, my loyalty is ed.to..1J of our

the column of the group of delegates for )> I?: h } Poll Managers of attempting to steal votes in citizens and I ,am dedicated ,to'the ,pr0positloa'.

\) .'.. r 1 .( whom you wish to vote. '. .. the May 7th primary. TIllS IS NOT TnUE. I that government 'should'serge! 'the Iaieat' t;of 3

; -- --- ," : objected to Republicans voting in Democratic r all. t lepgople.
= == = our
.' --- if" .. a ;? 4i
f Candidates -1 primary. It Is Illegal and immoral fpr. anyRe41p: 7-closing 1 I thank all of my supporters and' J
". publican or Democrat to vote in the primary ot.- friends who have stood with.mean4\ worked 3

t ,,:: ;,:'s ,: V/ITH NO PREFERENCE '" ;, '. \ r, the party of which they are not members. so hard for my re-election-: promjte to continue

:, .. '. ... ', '. .1 It is a violation of the American concept of my'crusade' government the people "t.
t., ,' For President 1 fair play for any Republican' or Democrat and the "'
'" any by.',the,people. for people, i ? -. '
i : .: to attempt to influence party primaries 'of' the "t

f.1 .. ,..t. party of which they are not a member. To "
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O believe otherwise would be to adopt the philosoWth! kindest 'personal regards I am 1
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r. ,; .. ; ''' phy that the means are justified by the ends oi
: to democratic Very truly yours, :z.
1 1r and totally contrary the spirit.It !

DELEGATESATLARGEWILLIAM .' was necessary for me to file suit in the LUTHER.E. WILSON ''t$ ;;
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f r") FLOYD :MURFIN .U, v

-.\\)1'! : ;; Organizing Chairman I'' ... Vote To Continue Good Government in
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CLAUDE R. KIRK, JR. i- '

DONALD:; II. REED; JR. .. .
.' MRS. PAUL O'NEILL (ALYSE) 'VOTE FOR t
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';. WILLIAM FLOYD MURFIN\ .. ,,: 'W'
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,... J. HERBERT BURKE ".. '; ,.. r rI
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Jlf ,.'40 PAULA F. HAWKINS t'/' ;,l"fI
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'" PHYLLIS MOORE '; ; ;' ". t
j BETH JOHNSON'J' '. LUTHER E."COOTER" : U.,.

C;. W. BILL YOUNG WI

I.MIARY',. LOU HAMMOND .' .>:.'. '.' LSO'f J" L

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.! DISTRICT DELEGATES. I -. /LoH.. ..?:> j f \ f," 5

.', -, ., A-t:' I County ..J: J JTIHmSIMY
;}, D'' l T- Second Congressional/; County Commissioner Clay/ Distrfct QnG .&,, s

: ...... District ,'H yM ... 1 f .. ....

CHARLES E. YON I ]7i potr n t.l'.t"'= t.! q, :

JEAN EWING .'


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Srtttan 1A Page Six BRADFORD COUNTY TTXKORAPT1.: RTARKB.! FLORIDA THURSDAY.. MAY\ 23. 1968

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Holy Eucharist and sermon. Relatives of the 'Haber- British pound and Is threat-
i--I 2nd Sunday 0:30;: a m. I Nursery trchs. Mr. and Mra. Austin I ing the. American dollar Is;1 Summer Program Is Offered Joint Storage EZERASB TYPEWRITER I ADD MACHINE. ROLLS

open toe all service Mace, stopped for a visit In also affecting the income ol Loans Available PAPER Mimeo Paper. Bond File ,rId..ra, ..complete line office -

: ",- tJl. I Dally offices of Morning and Keystone last week on their I, everyone and Is definitely: Paper Notebook Filler. .rowpUeB The Telegraph.

oic iinIS'1'; Evening Prayer. 8 a. m. aqd 6p. '.southern. ..tour.Sympathy I harder on the poor seniorcitizens .I Through CCC Bradford County Telegraph. Fh '064-6305.

i : !:!:.ftat' Baptist Church Rev I a:. ra. Rev. William' L. Jonea is! extended to and anyone living on: For Elementary StudentsBradford Farmers are reminded that
Vicar.
Mrs. Frank Wheeler of Spring fixed pensions.
Ft aw ence Carroll pastor Sunday :, 4 !two or more eligible groin producers ".
ake on the death of her hus- We shall receive reports of '
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: \
I t :6chool; 9:45: a. m. Wor- -LUTHERAN IT: may jointly obtain ;.. "'/
: !pand last week. She is with the proceedings of our National County elementary ducted over a six-weeks per- ,
ahli Services 11 a. m. and Divine Worship.- 11"a.: "m Commodity( Credit Corporation I
> her son. George W. Drlggers. Convention which 'will school students can look forward 166% June 17 to July 31, at the loans
7(30 p. nlf,;Training Union Sunday. Holy Communion 2nd and family at 3932 Ferrari St.Jacksonville. .. be discussed at subsequentmeetings. to participation In a StarkeElementary cafetorium for storage structuresand
i [! Jj'J' p. m. ,Nursery open for Sunday. Services held eaen drying equipment, "
.. variety of
.. programs during: from 8:30: to'12 each morning, /
> Ml aervices.f Lesion Morgan Jr. chairman
at THANK
: Sunday St. Anne's Epti-
the
>' < Meeting time has been summer months. Monday through Friday. The
I wp; :..- ATUOLIO copal Church. Richard Meyer.. changed from 1 p. m. to 3 p. SwlmmbifInstructional workshop will be taught by a Committee of Bradford ASC County

I :.Ji$ William's ChurchSundal4Mass. mini!<.trr SENIOR m. at the Pratt St. Center swlmmlnff, ender team,of elementary teachers.I loan will help says solve"This type of

a+ ; 9 a. m. Wednesday: I.. I CITIZENS and will be held on Tuesday the direction of Coach PhUomena AdkJnson. Edna problems ifcr farm storage YOUOur

I ;J SMa4a and Novena 7 p. m. May 28. Hope to see you there Mike Sexton and a staff' of Hart, and Muriel Norman. It farmers who do not many small,
produce
MMUNITY CHURCH NEWS NOTES NEWS -Joe Kerrigan! competent teachers will be will Involve art and music appreciation sufficient corn to Justify the I
$. conducted, at the Enlisted creative
day School, 0:40 a. m / I writing purchase
and
I_ ; .... --- Men's Club at Camp Blanding ,. and dramatic erection of storage -
OI\'lQr\ ng Worship, 11 a. m. :: activities. Sev- < faclltles
= SIGNS all
kinds. Metal on an individualbasis.
a urMery at,. H o'clock services t Continued from Page Fourl] : Our last meeting demon-I Cardboard The Telegraph.or, starting Monday. June 24. eral Interesting:!: trips are "

.arson R"v. Leon F. Mllner s //I" .:r (:a' 'strated the fact that Senior and continuing through Wednesday planned for this program. Farmers who do not (have
w.b..?r.. Man of Montoursyflle. Pa.jv4d" r'ttfee-nijt: prefer the daytime Aotlra of Appllc..t/oa July 31. July 3, 4. andS Academic adequate '
== ) storage usually sell
fur Tux IlredRea.
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iniiathletlcsl" will be
s;; ISCOP.U top winner at meeting to the evenings. We IW4.1H. F.S. observed as holidays An academic program, Including their entire crop at harvest
Loyalrock High School for have a larger attendance and thrPTWI1. HKKKBY GIVEN Students who are now In Enrichment Reading. time
regardless
'.1;;.;- Anne's cnurch. Morning 1968 and Mix B' Rowlandthe grades one through six wilt toe Developmental of marketprices.
; Douglas
= was Beading and
the not total
members to 7th
8- seem enjoy holder of the following With adequate storage May Primary was a
Prayer and Sermon. lat. 3rd among( the top rank at the the meetings: more. nartlflcaten hex filed Bald certificates eligible] for ,the swimming pl o- Elementary Mathematics, will they are able ,to
hold
2%; ._tt lth Sunday, 9:30: a. m. Marine Air Force In Texas. I As !We can't. afford to send sued tor thbhon.a tax The year serving all ele- school 'with the
number and of exception -
delegates to the Convention of yean In, the when
I.t the National Council of Senior and the description the. name In of which the lalillance./I mentary schools: in the county of Brooker Junior High, better. year prices are County>> Commission. I sincerely thank, my

--. x. Citizens! to be held May 31 assessed. are us follow: Busses will pick up students IBrooker students are eligible!
y .. Morgan explained: hat an many loyal friends for their support, and only
to C rtlfle te No. 2 between 8 and 8:30: a. m.' at for this program at any of ,the ;
June 1 in Washington' D.
r1- ,'GJ it--was/ voted unanimouslyto Description Your I of JiMimnrj1188 of Property Lot, 1l 1lI Starke Elementary RJC High other schools]. Classes will be r eligible< farmer is One who wish the best to our good people. We have
1:" Are You Satisfied 1 1. 2, 3 of Slit 7 Corlotta Unit I 1. School: Lawtey Junior High, scheduled meet the needs produces one or more price-
send small donation '
""' a to Name: In which jteseaHed. Ted I>. support commodities
I help' defray expenses of ,the Blgham Anderson Junior High.;' Hampton and requests of individual:! stu- and hasa only DuPont, Florida Gas (Brooker) and Farm
need for ,
s.4, convention All of wild prnnortv helnnr In Elementary!: and South- dents who are now In grades' such equipment. He

... With The Education l work .of the and Council: to further the,, of t the Florida.rm--tv of Tiradfurd. State side Elementary.- Busses will one through six and will run further stated that two or Industry to bring in money and we gladly
; Amerlcans.1 return students. to these for more eligible farmers may obtain -
"" { of:;,20 million older ___"nh'M"( MM"h certificate or cer : a 6 weeks period. June 17
I tinnMtes. nhall he redeemed arenrdln.r schools at approximately 11 aj' to July31., a price-support. loan on and necessarily spent $500,000.00 for paved
.
Altho a 13 cent Increase I to law the I
per property their. of the
part grain storedin
Your Child Is I was granted .recently/ in our S. decrlhed In will nch, he certificate Bold to the orcertificates m. Creative Arts i' Parents are invited to con- the Jointly-owned facility. roads for the first two, and I hope we can
1 'tA ; S. checks, ,je are finding that highest b..I.r..t. the court houee tact elementary school principals I
% : 'our pensions are being. nibbled door,. on the. flrwf Monday. In A Creative Arts workshop or (Mrs. Lucille Payne Interested tarmers should use our road machinery: to help farm industry
: Month of June 1008. which In for students, who are now In I Elementary contact the county ASCS office -/
.away.wlt.I1. constant rising the 3rd Supervisor, for additional
r Getting? .K7BuVote !I cost'of; .'gooidservices. and Dnled day thin of lath June day 1903.of April grades 4, S.;and 6 will be conclalm..nt Information. located for additional in the AgricultureCenter with grading roads and ditching; the little

1903CHAHUr
taxes: Many senior c.1t.lzensall : ; A. PARRY tlon. informa-I man deserves a break and needs to feel ap-
i Clerk and must be to
over the county are still of rircult rv.iirt of sworn
Bradford' by the claimant hug. nent, or
County FloridaOTICn
r for a parent of school children ready and willing )).. struggling to get by on a pen- '-9 4t 11-23 void his .attorney, or It wll become I, preciated. After a lifetime of public service
.. of to $79 and lesspeg i according to law. I ere
II'' ,/plon- $65 May 7, A. ,D. 1968.

:' to i improve! our schools. .. lltilf: : ?,.;.; !.. month.to' have Therefore a national, it t.necesoary Notice% I.OP h..rohyf'.n TAX PALM' that I Executor Wilbur of A.the Mcutt 1.etete. : of John ; [ Serving Florida without ever using your office for private

the 18th day of June 1908 beginning Thnmas Qulgley, deceased Since 1950a".ng profit, I regret only to have been defeatedby
organization that can petition: at 12 noon, at c : Elect t CHARLES SAWYER: : Congress on'our behalf to enact Town of Hrooker Conn A' 0.: 1968.* t !1n.. I big the bolita-control
;;,; f ty JCou'l.a: state of Florida, THOMAS : PIERCE i a ex-politician and
legislation for the Improvement earliflcntee I will I I be Bold POI-20B North Temple Avenue .. .
'. on the folowlng described land Starke Fla. .. ....- ., ... ... vote
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.. SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 3 '"' of pensions and the to pay the amount due for taxes 6lat 8-8 t \ -- -- .. .. .. ..: but we all know the white vote splits and
i Medicare program. In these herein Met oppfmltn the name, ,, _
'I dav of worldwde! financial together with nil coma of Hush In the', Court nr rue Cooatr the bolita negro block vote' makes the winner.
(pd. pol. adv.) *. .
;. .tlr.utan. crisis, which.,,has affected the mile Lots and 7.all 8,'I".U.ln"'9. lOot. talk 3 In Juilur, llrnilforil 1_ -....<.'nnn.y.-.._.._. Florida. Mrs. Carolyn! VU| Cordially I Lets
-- Ward Cllv. In re: Estate. uf improve our County by stamping out
... .., ::'.';i...;.... .. .. <. A. If, McDavId\ Brookcr F..... INSET PKAH.SALU" 1)eCaRSed. I Eaveli I
$020 To All rredltiirs nod P..._.. Representative IP' Welcomes bolita which like high taxes is a blood-sucker.
8W'4 of NW'4 Sec 17 Range UIIVIBW Inlinn or l>rmntl.

:' Experience And.J Legislative' A."OE F.Townxhlp McOavld.73 Brook, Fla. Against You. nor:HH each|<| Estates'uf you are here-. Ph. 964-5?12 You and Your Yours for a better Bradford County

UH.4G. hy. notified and required to pre 122 N. Bay SI Family to Your
Lots 1 A S nf Blk 4 of Carl- gent any:! claims. and dxnmncl
r <. Iota S/D Unit 1 which. you or diner or you, Starke New Home
August C Mnrrero 4013 Herring ni v have. :
: Rd Metalre, La. 70002. |870 HENRY PAAR2ALLedeceased

Maturity Will Serve Your (SEAL Tommy, K. Cox County late of lodge mid.1 of County Bradford tohe Coun- The State of FloridaIt I
Town Cleric ty. Florida, at his office 'In the Carl Prevatt
Town of ltrnokerBradford court house o+ Bald County: et Ta Our Desire To
hha Make
County Fin Stark, Florida. within six You Feel Welcome and
6/16 4t 8-8 calendar. months from the, time To Acquaint You With Your
of the first publication of this City.
: Interests I 1 /Best In County Judir's Court. In And notice.. Each claim or demand
shall he In
writing1 and shall
Fur" nrailford fount Kl..rl..
n If
in the
state the
In re: KHtato. of Juhn Thoinus. place of residence' and you are new area a phone

.*: .". lllirley d.greasedNOTIOB OP. PROBATE. post the, office claimant and shall I dddrwn,1 be his of sworn the n"o.claimant his by- call will' bring yon a prompt ,,18ftfro"Jq P. S. ]In this election the road by my

Red" Cross Is Effective tiThe Record Is The To Estate All Persons Of Said Interested Decedent In attorney and any such claim or
: : You are hereby notified that vo'd.demand not a.u tiled shall be your local hostess. Please give farm was worked for the first timein

Make Decision a to-written be. the Instrument last will and purporting testament A.Ralpb, Pearsiill her a call I She haa and
Evidence. executor of the fast
?x'hefBest Ypurpyvn, : admitted of said to "."probate*'dent has In been this .end Testament of Will maps many years. I hope yours was.
HENRY
':d'rlrh are: hereby commun ,',1! 41 K.9A PEARSALL. deceaneil. free and wonderful gifts for you
six calendar month 1' -Nutl.. l.fArr11144foa"' 'from J local J businesses. *
ACCOMPLISHMENTS: -RECOGNI'IdN & from the date or the first puu- fur Tax Deed. (pd. pol. adv.)
: llcatlon of thin notice to .. L
appear K.... IB-l.in, .11. -IL
AWARDS In this court and chow. cause If NOTTPK IS HKHKBY: ...
GIVEN r..g
?1. any you can why the notion of [ 'hiltfr: Eugene Bloodnworth
Played Key Role in Securing: this court In admitting mild. will the holder l to probate should not stand un-
c..rtltl..te.( hall filed "said certlflcatea -.
L ,. *Was member of small)) county revoked First publication on May 16th for a tax fined to be. issued '
*.< 3'/i million dollars to complete A. D. 1968County I thereon. The certificatenumbers
D.
legislative delegation'which was .... YAWN and yearn of tmiuance.
"correctional. school for boys in voted the Allen Morris Award Judge,A.Bradford County I and the dflacrlption the': namea In of which the property It was,

I Gilchrist County in 1967 Session. ', for mo;effective work in four Florida.THOMAS A PIERCE aaaeatied. are. aa follower\ -
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Certificate No
: :ltdlfferent'SC\ssions.\ 203-205 North Temple Avenue I Tear of lamianre 1068 .. .
: ? $2,944,000 appropriations for 8tarke- Fla. 8/11 4t 6-6 Description .of Property. .No l
584 SMi of RRU' of SEVt Seat I .'." ...; ./
Agricultural Experiment StaReceived. Florida Agriculture 30, t- -Sin R-21-n. I .
". In Countr oIuI..'. Court. In And Name which assessed C.: H. .
Jtiong and Extension Service for Cenncil Award for service to For Bradford County, Florldn.. & John Rents. ,
District: ,and State. agriculture: In re.: Estate of John Thomas All of said i / Outs-lev, deceasedNOTICE County of Bradford< .', Htateof ,.
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Sw TO CREDITORS Florida. ".,
All creditors of the estate of TTnlpxg aitch certificate or or
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The l Medical School at GainesVocational!! Education Associaf John Thomas' Quigley deceased' I"" tlflcatea. ehall be redeemed' ao-
: are hereby. notlfed: and reuulretlto I 1 cording. to law the property
ripe tion"44*aWi"foj 'V, outstandingservlce'tbVocational !! .
file any claims or demands described! In such certificate or '
= education. which they may have nxalnxt. certificates will be .sold to the H
,. said estate In the office of the highest bidder< .at the court house. :
-t Bill to eradicate the costly County Judge of Bradford Coun door on the first Monday\ In ,
ty Florida, In the courthouse at Month of June 1988, which la. .
screw worm which plagued the ,. !? eledeJl.by.Florida Editors and St..rke.o'lorltla.. within six, cal- the 3rd''l dnv of June., 1988. .
arms. for so many years. ..:.Reporters one of the top fiver" endar months from the date. of Dated this 18th day: .of April. "."
the flrxt publication of thin no 1968 I
Senators.| tice. Each. claim or demand. CHARWS A, n,RBT,
In writing and must Clerk of Circuit Court of
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'Placing of the Soil Conservation .. .. t tale the place or residence and Bradford County: Florida, I
I Program under farmer instead *.. Cited by Florida Associates of and post office address of the 5-! 4t 5.23qiIL1sJqJL1 I II

i of professional people. :is Psycj o'offy' for service to the aG -

i. ;' p SJ\\;-fti3. >jftssion of ,psychology.; j jrl
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i! *. $840,000.00 appropriation to D ( )
I 'Ilr construct State Headquarters *.. Only member of Senate present I Communication Takes Many Forms

i 'Plant;Board Building in Gaines- ly serving.on State Tobacco Advisory -

|ii''ville. '. ..Committee.. '

t Some
PracticesAre
*. .*. *. Appointed by President of Senate
J $3.>0.000.00 appropriation to lo- during- 1967 Session of

}> ,cate $2 million( State Museum io Legislature
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powerful Legislative
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,. .,...t ScholarshipAid First Guard '

', s t 25 Years AgoBy AvailableAt Camp Completed 1'

fn .+, Bolles SchoolThe At BlandingOnefourth

T 7 7 Alice McGarvejr Bolles School of Jack- of Florida's National .*

sonville announces the avall- Guardsmen returned to
'
f The Senior play .produced ,In 'Ability of Trustee ScholarshipAid their homes Sunday after
: entitled "WhatA for superior students in completing annual field train-
April 1943 was
:. : ; Life" and starred William Grades 8, 9 and 10. The an- training at Camp Blandlng./;\
y.r4 nouncement was made by Dr. The remainder of Florida's
r7d T S Thompson as Henry Aldrich
MAY ...
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rfM' l of
Headmaster
Carl E. Reed,
a 1 ? i'4' and Betty Hayes as Barbara 8.300 citizen soldiers will undergo -
Confused Over Those Delegate Slates? ;i tf Pearson, hla heart throb. A the School. similar training. within
will be awarded -
I capacity crowd ,f.l.1Iedthe. ) < BHS Scholarships the next two months.
auditorium for this event. on a competitive basis with Camps similar to the one
I It was welcome news to learn may vote as they please. Other Seniors having ImpOrtant recipients chosen as a resultof just completed at Bland ng

f Tuesday night that a hearing on This marks the first time in frpgit'4p01 NFXT SDA/ roles were Virginia testing. Examinations are will be held by various segments
scheduled for June 8 on the
,f the suit brought by former State recent that there has beena sewell, Bryan Harrell Elton of the Florida Guard in
senator and gubernational candidate years Powell, Clarice Thomas. Bobby Bolles campus. coming weeks at Fort Stewart,
real contest for Florida's
convention
Scott Kelly to knock the McRae. Sara Barefoot The Bolles School founded: Oa., Camp Blandlng Pier
I George A. Smathers "favorite delegate votes. With three Barbara [Bobby] Cameron, J. In 1933 is a boys college pre- Lima Ala., and Shelby, Miss.

son" slate of delegates from the+ slates on the ballot and candidates A. Martinez Freddie Wlmberly. paratory school of 500 students Adjutant General Henry W.

Second Ballot running at large and in C.: P. Boyer, Jewell Powell; both day and boarding. McMillan announced. 'that
'May 28 Primary districts, naturally there is a great Nick Kermis, Shirley Colic Scholarship aid Is available some 120 regular Army troops
has been moved up to Thursday deal of confusion in the mindsof Charles Parker, and Marjorie for .both boarding and day will train with a detachmentof

in Miami. the voting public.A Davis. Others ;playing students students. the 146th Signal Battalion

Originally] it was announcedthat were Frances Colley, Herbert Interested persons should in an encampment starting. at
Court copy of the Second Primary Prince, Jerome Johns and direct Inquiries to the Office Blaruddng on June 8.
Leon Circuit
County
ballot elsewhere in this Wanda Peance. Bolles
appears of Headmaster The
Judge W. May Walker had set the issue of The Telegraph, and it is Proceeds on the ticket sales, School 7400 San Jose Boule- -
date of the hearing for Monday, which adults IF WE DON'T HAVE IT
suggested that readers study it were 35 cents for vardi. Jacksonville Fla. 32217.
May 27 the day before the election carefully before next Tuesday : and 20 cents for students, we'll get It for you. Office

Waiting so late for a deci since it lists the names on all a ____ were Invested: In War Bonds Supplies, Furniture Equipment
of and given to the school the TYPEWRITERS: Manual or
sion In the matter would three slates. as Bradford County
delegate
Electric For sale or rent. -
class gift.
course, have created an impossiblestate 1
The cost of living In Florida, Bradford County Telegraph. Telegraph.
of confusion, and it is hard There is the party-supported
to imagine the choas that would slate of "favorite sons and daughters" based on Jacksonville prices,
have been caused if by some for U. S. Senator George was listed In 1943 as 42 percent fLORUDA ALCOBOUC;: BEaAJMUTATWH' PROGRAM
higher .than In 1933 the
,
stretch of the imagination the Smathers; another slate pledged .t depression low, -IIF-

court ruled in Kelly's favor. Just, to Sen. McCarthy of Minnesota, 'f 4 alco-

what would have happened, is any and the unpledged slate organizedby W T. Clute secretary of

body's guess. It would have been Mr. Kelly. ,toy r+ r yTrr'tFARMER'S ,the Taxpayers' Association '
too late to have new ballots a f reported" that the .group had : h

printed, omitting the Smather's In our opinion, the wisest course been'asked to consider a resolution tc
,
slate, and the decision would have for Democratic voters would be to ithe City Council pics ,
late that voters to elect the Smathers slate, leav- asking that.the Sunday closing
would come so have gone to the many polls not ing them free to support whoever law 'be enforced. Jewelry; By PAUL C. FORAKEHEdllon. !+: *.

knowing which the court had they think best after they have stores, loan offices, camera InfornuiUoft S evic '-----
way
end military supply stores,
cast their votes for the "favorite -
r led. son" candidate on the first bal would_toe,covered."With'Our'Men'In. Much of .the rehabilitationeffort son has to say.
used
Probably all of us have
alcoholic
aimed at an
From a layman's standpoint it lot.
Service+ Includes counseling with his this gimmick! : from time to
seems that.Kelly's suit was basedon The Smathers slate contains an [1943] family, both while the alco- time when we have found our-

the flimsiest of grounds and it imposing list of State officialsmen Former County Agent T. K.. holic la a patient at the Avon selves In an uncomfortable
is hard to understand why it was situation during a conversa-
McCIane, was promoted: from Park Alcoholic Rehabilitation
not thrown out ,by the court when to whom we have entrustedthe DIARY captain to major, and was Center and also following 28 tion; it certainly. is not limit

first presented. Not knowing all affairs of Florida, and who stationed at Camp Rucker,, days of treatment. ed .to the alcoholic. But it fits

of the facts, however, perhaps we we can certainly trust with making freezing weather, or Florida: Ala He served two years as Trained counsellors from his purposes beautifully
should not too hastily "judge the a good decision at Chicago. The widespread drought 1 Is and a moderate climate we'd an Instructor .ait Field Artillery FARP'S :Family Services workin Many times the visiting
Included In the list is Bradford broken, !tout there are still Just let the other sections of School, Fort Sill Okla. a number of Florida coun- counsellor( in order to obtain

judge. County's own Doyle Conner, Commissioner some sections of the area that the country have (their apples.. W. H. Hart, manager of ties to-< help families of prob- the undivided attention of

In filing his suit.Mr. Kelly was of Agriculture ; State are mighty dry, In spite of I. Hart :Furniture Co., resigned lem drinkers to adjust to various the Interviewee, must becomea

apparently clutching at straws to Comptroller Fred O. Dickinson some showers which helped Fruit growing specialists to Join .the army situations caused by alcoholism pet lover, whether he actually -
eliminate competition for his own Treasurer Broward Williams but did not correct >the situ say we do not have. enough Jullan J. Grlffls.! son of of a family member, is or not. He must hold the
which will atlon. Still,',by and large, the days of cold weather to grow Mrs. Aneda Qrlffls, wrote his and to help the alcoholic toward cat or dog or parakeet In or-
slate of delegates appear State Superintendent of 'Schools "wetted down"and
,
area has been der to keep communicationopen
but Is
certain fruits. Maybe' ao, mother from somewhere In total sobriety after he
Tuesday's ballot along Christian and U. S. Senator woods fires
on Floyd the danger of we do have about the best Africa.Lt. aimed .in that direction! between himself and
with the Smather's slate, and a Spessard L. Holland. Thereare Is not as great as It was re climate in the world the year Victor C. Thomas Is stationed through FAR?. family members he Is counsel-

third slate pledged to U. S:. Sen many other distinguished cently. around, and who wants .to at Engineer Officers .An Interesting sidelight to ling and between family

ator Eugene J. McCarthy. Mr. names on the slate, but these are Sam McGarveyand hug a heater for a long winter Reserlve Pool, attending Officers the work of .the FARP coun- members themselves. If the
Kelly's actions have been rather among the better known. Congressman The May bugs or "love By Just to have peaches .that Specialty School, at sellors as they visit various. counsellor Is holding the pet

unpredictable since his two unsuccessful Don Fuqua is the District !'bu," as they are called are in if' we had our choice of he can'get "ait the market every Camp Clalrborne, La. homes Is the part which household the Interviewee can hardly use

campaigns for Governor Delegate on this list. called: cure out again again>It> Is apples and four months of year'in ..the right'aeaaon. Aviation Cadet IMllo Spon- pets play In the counsel it as a means of subterfuge
swarms and once bolts of Lawtey successfully holds true !whether evasion.
and his most recent defeat for ling. This
-time. inthIt
the State Legislature! losing even We can see no advantage In voting windshield -cleaning completed ibis primary flying the pet.: be a dog; cat: or evcn;. _Experienced counsellors who
a for the"" McCarthy'slate: 'TheSenator's :&ectfon, ,So jar';.th& ;out.break trainingat! 4th} ,AAF Flying parakeet. have run into this situation
his home precinct by a'consider It was
Is'not bad as time and time again! say that
early successes, when Training Detachment, Aulare. Fact of the. matter !Is. any
able margin. Perhaps these thingsdo last year, when you couldn'tdrive NEWS And NOTES Caltf. J type of household animal can many household pets become
President Johnson was his only
get to a man, after a while a mile without having Sgt. Robert T. Dodd son of be 'used ,by an .Individual In a. neurotic as their owners after
and cause him to go off on tangents opposition, are not impressive in your windshield almost cov- For Today's HomemakersBy Mrs. William Norris of Starke. family when he wants to shut a time.
irrational in the light of other state primariesheld ered with gummy 'Mack pests Treatment, of alcoholism
that may seem graduated recently from train- out what the counsellor Is saying -
the eyes of others.Be recently. Sen. McCarthy appears and we hope It won't get that. Martha Sue McCain; Ing school at Langley Field to him. often Is complex and Involvedbut
to be slipping slowly behind ,bad again. We know that service County Extension This type of subterfuge is it Is Just as often suc-

that as it may, the practiceof other major candidates who are station attendants share Va.Darby Jones son of Mr. and used regularly-not only by a. cessful. That's why you're h liable -

"favorite son" delegates has not represented on the Florida that hope, as last year they Home Economics Agent Mrs DeWitt Jones, reported to family member who wants to !to see many front license
been traditional since time imr ballot. about worn out their arms in Naval Inspection Bureau as shut out the counsellor from plates here and there aroundour

'r memorial, and is still widely prac- scrubbing and. .rubbing.. an Ensign In .the Navy his thoughts and conversationbut Sunshine State bearingthe
ticed. For Mr. Kelly to attack it Likewise we can see no ''advan JELLIES JAMS. PRESERVESA stems and blossom ends, .but by family members who message "Alcoholism Is
Anybody want a black well planned food conservation retain core and seed. Cut In It isl!
for Treatable.
at this tage! in voting Kelly's unpledged MULE IN POUND want to do the same to another -
of
on grounds "illegality" list since the more politically- snake? We have one at our program will include pieces:if large fruit; crush Police Chief A. L Alvarez family member who Is More Information and literature -

late date seems somewhat on the "favorite son" slate will be place who has made himselfat some Jams Jellies, and pre- soft fruits as berries. announced that he had "an causing him some discomfortIn on alcoholism. IncludingIts
savvy
silly side. unpledged after their first vote home In our yard, and who serves. These concentrated Extract' Juice- The Juice of old, brown. frosty colored a conversation.How preventatlon and treat.
has resisted our effortsto excellent sources of the fruit. Js extracted for Jelly be had free of
far sweets are
so ment may
old In the It's
mule about 30 years does It work? easy.
The "favorite son" practice for Smathers who is not seri-
a run him off. We don't wantto energy. They also add variety by cooking the. fruit In water seemed inddvldualfeels' charge by simply writing
pound. The mule hap- Particularly !If an
means simply that a popular fig- ous contender. We believe the Sma- kill the rascal, as he is as well as energy value to the until soft.-S to 10 minutes for but ithe chief wasn't and regarding a cer- FARP'S Information Services,

ure in a state is put up for the ther's slate is equipped to makea harmless, .but It does startle meal, and often furnish the soft fruits; 20 to.25 minutesfor declared py, he would advertisethe tain'' toplo-or guilty possibly he feels Box 1147, Avon Park Fla.

presidency, whether or not he is better decision for Florida than us when we go out in the yardto needed accent of flavor to !hard fruits. If acid Is lackIng mule and sell It If the he 1 ig receiving undue blame or 33325.

a serious contender for the office.If the Kelly-headed list. 'have him tI'O racing under meats vegetables and cereal add 1 tablespoon lemon owner did not show up soon. critiCism-he can merely begin FAR may not be able to
foot like a streak of greased foods. Surpluses from the garden Juice for each cup of fruit be- to the dog! pettingthe help your cat. dog or parakeet -
talking
his slate of delegates is elected, In spite of the ex-senator's far- lightning. or orchard may be made fore extracting Juice. playing with the but it's likely it can help

they vote for him on the first ballot fetched suit, we hope-and sin- into these products and add St.rainAlter, cooking the parakeet cat, or and by this he can you! or your loved one If alcoholism

at the convention, and after cerely believe-that it will remainon Last Saturday morning to the family's food supply., fruit, place It In a square of easily shut out what the per- is involved.a .
Sam crawled under the house EQuipmentThere are few cheese-cloth and allow to
that they become unpledged and the ballot next Tuesday. which Is built, up about 30 Inches requirements for equipmentfor drain without. pressing. Juice

above the ground to fix making Jellies and .preser should then be filtered by'

Every Child Should Know a leak In a waiter pipe! and ves. They include: : Sharp knives pouring though a flannel Jelly ,,: '
it's good thing he didn't for paring and cutting: bag or heavy sack.

meet old black snake while large kettles for cooking: a .Making the Jelly Use a May 20, 1968
Every child three years of age cedure, of course, may vary ,in there or there would have colander; long-handled:!! wooden large flat- 'bottomed! enamel- Dear :Mr Matthews.

or older should be taught to speak certain localities.It !been a crawling race .which spoon or paddle for stirring; lined or aluminum pan. Cook: It is amazing what you can

his name and address clearly, as is also advised that the child would! have set. new. records I a flannel bag for strainingand only a small amount of Jellyat hear working around people : : r

well as how to make an emergency should always be provided with an filtering the Juice; scales one time-not more than 4 during election time, and the ,
telephone call. The simple act emergency dime whenever he or Many persons around here or measuring cups; and low cups of Juice. Measure 'juiceand cracks they can make.

of dialing 0 (for operator) might she leaves the neighborhood. In a and out in the. "panhandte"part broad Jelly glasses or Jars. sugar accurately: Boil One day I overheard some- :4'c :.
triedto for 2 to 3 minutes
have rapidly
state lids for sealing Juice
of the with don'tcare
his life make it possiblefor real that dime could one's conversation, "I
save or emergency,
raise ,peaches and a man A Thermometer aids In to evaporate some of the : :
he is.
what kind of a guy
him to save the life of another. save a life. down In Fairbanks George making a perfect product. liquid. Add sugar gradually to
and I can't wait
This was the sage bit of advice This coaching on the properuse Sweeting has succeeded in Other tests are fairly accurate boiling mixture rapidly untilIt I[ Uke him Another one

recently given by 'a staff memberof of the telephone for emer- producing a good crop on one take a great deal of prac- gives a sheet test. Dip .a cast said.! my"Well vote.It doesn't matterto

a county health departmentin gency call should also be accomplished tree this season. It's a two- tice and experience A large large span into the boiling me, I'm voting for him because ? rrSrtSra
Central Florida. by that other all-important year-old! Florasun variety pan in which to sterilize the syrup and lift spoon1' so that he is my uncle..
Every child old enough to be bit of advice never accept a and has a crop of about half- glasses Jar lifters, and a trayto the eyrup drops from the side. '' ate many By Lynn Hamilton of Southern Marine
I find! so
'there
a-bushel of small but fine hold! glasses! or Jars while When the drops run together
away from home should be checked gift of candy (or anything else) who cast their vote and
fruit. They weren't ripe yet they are being filled! are also !In a'"aheet", remove from people SAVE small notebook to keep a
out on the use of a. pay phone. from a stranger, and never accept thermometerIs know nothing about !politics. IT'S EASY TO
taste as good as heat. If a Jelly .the
be to lift the the offer of ride In automobile but if they desirable. real Importance ON OUTBOARD FUEL record of your tests. By
He should taught receiver a an look they will be some- Jelly Maklrwr-"A fruit Jelly used, it .should be IO -l06 They don't know the conduct these
they can
manufac-
off the hook drop the coin from a stranger.If of voting and whatIt Outboard motor way. you
:
Re-
thing special. Is a semi-solid mass which, degrees C., or ?1 -221 F. of tests while enjoying your usual
in the slot that matches it in size. these simple procedures were holds It shape when turned move from heat. Skim and really means to the welflare turers have spent millions and test- family boating activities.

listen for the dial tone, and then followed by all parents many of So ;far we've never seen out onto a plate but quivers pour immediately Into hot of the people. dollars in research outboard fuel Start the test by operatingyour ; :

dial or punch the 0 (for operator) the shocking cromes being com any peaches raised In thisgeneral when the plate is moved. It sterilized glasses. Seal aa In my opinion, you don't ing to Improve In recent years their rig at full throttle for one

and wait for the voice of the lady mitted every day 'by child mo- area and a numberof should have the color and delicate quickly as .possible with hot: vote because someone is related economy.efforts have been rewarded hour. Make a notation, of top

who will always be able to get him lesters and other odd-ball charac- persons have tried it flavor characteristic of lids which have been heated to you or a !good friend. with substantial break- speed and rpm's. By keeping a

the help he needs. The exact pro- ters could be prevented. that reached the proper size the fruit from which' It was as suggested on package.) \ The Important thing Is to throughs. Unfortunately many record of the amount of fuel
before ripening. But agricultural made. Usually It Is translucent Appearance The Colorshould make sure you are trying to failedto you put into your tank you
experimenters have suc- f partially transparent' Jelly be as nearly like the elect a real! Christianheartedman outboard advantage owners have of these can tell how much was burned -

ceeded In so many other should! be so tender that it nV ural color product as\ poa- who knows his job and take reports the engineering during this test.
things! that we suppose It will cuts easily, yet breaks with a sHj'e. Jellies should be clear' will do it well. Not Just to occupy Improvements department, of Evin- Step 2 involves another one
be Just matter of time be- sharp edge when cut." ST>I>rkllnir, transparent' no a position. We the people hour test, but this time decrease -
I fore there will be a peach variety Selecting the Fruit Fruits cloudiness no particles of need a great change In rude little Motors.bit of knowledgeable your speed to a normal

that. will do well here. best! suited for Jellymaking pulp; and no crystals. The things A and a few cruising range. Now compute
must contain pectin and acto container must'be clean, and I believe all voters should be throttle handling the informationspeed..
operating same
!? The Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED It seems that some fruits. In proper proportions. Both of son led so &1to protect from given a test and make sure facts efficiency and figures can mean on any boat rpm's and gallons burned.
cherries, some these decrease as the fruit any foreign substance and to to vote. ,these
p 1879 such as apples, they are qualified cut his fuel costs When you compare
p pc; varieties of pears, and various ripens. Therefore, for 'best results prevent evaporation. Sincerely.Mrs. : owner much can 30 per cent. In two sets of figures, you'll probably
as
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and PublisherFlorida's kinds of grapes-will not grow use a mixture of slightly Texture -Jelly should not Willie Lee OeUper by as fuel savings have be surprised at; the re

Q C+ Published here or If they do, produce under-ripe and ripe .fruit. be stringy or tough but ten P O., Box 96. Starke Fla. some cases amounted, to hundreds sults. In many cases the few
Oldest Weekly Newspaper Contlnonsly actually
results. But under-ripe will furnish der and firm. When slippedout costing
H/l only indifferent The during the extra miles per hour are
C/q Under The Same )falth.ad.I"Ubllahed as we said! about peaches. In pectin and acid and the ripe of the glass should hold of dollars as much as 80 per cent of
j01' and color. The its' and It should ADDING MACHINES Manual course of the season.
time no doubt stations will come up with fruit should! be firm and in cut with a clean, dlstlnce cleavage or electric For sale or Before you can it's nec- If the savings over a one-
suitable varieties that will good condition. retaining the clear sur- rent. Add. subtract credit bal program don't look too
Second Class Matter at the Post Office certain factsabout. hour test period
each Thursday and entered as Bradford County Tele- essary to know
made the ance. -
thrive here. Jelly Making StepsSelect fag's and angles! by compute them for
at 8tar .. Florid under Act March 3rd 1879. firm. fruit. A mixture of one- knife. graph.MAGIC. your own boat. You'llneed Impressive entire ,season's operation.
speedometerand an
accurate
6 months $3JSO In the meantime we can fourth half-ripe to three- J'lavorNatural fruit flayor an which won't need much more)
Subscription In trade Area: 1 year $4.50; also a. tachometer You
ralM an abundance of vegetables fourths ripe makes a 'good should be preserved; either after figure)
Outside trade : 1 $5.00; 6 months, 93.75 MARKERS all colors engine rpm's. to convincing you
area year
measures
:. and fruits here during Jelly. Discard bruised or damaged too much or too little. .sugarspoils tests. Purchase out this total ,_
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THERESSA The recreation: period be- 19, at Bradford County Hospital SCHOOL NEWS True Church of God In Unity torof uNJ" rfHW'4 V4 of Lot Lot 3 of 1 A BIU W 16 Mof
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-- By Dorothy Mills day evening at the Theresa are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Her- : May.! 28-29, Senior ex.* Greater Allen AME Church Ft. for POB N leO S3U! -Lot. I A :2 I ofBlk

Phone 473-1518 Community House is open to sey, Staike, and Mr. and Mrs. animations. May 30-31, SenIorGovernment Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor. ft.ft... E W 50 SO ft It., S: SOO to COS S/D III In EX L Wj T &; Ida. Mae Sherman Eat. 455

I I community residents of ell Ed Douglas Lake Butler. Mr. Days. June 2, Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning POB 21 6 23, Ben C, Davis. 7.12 3383-A $'4 of Lot 3

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I interested In a game or basketball Theresaa. are great-grandpar- Night. June 5, Commence- Service 6 'nllope Baptist Church
plngpong or Softball en ts. ment. June 6, diplomas. award. Choir rendering song ser of NWVi o-f $WM\
Sunday School, 10 a. m.: N 100'. E qo', H 838(1(-Lot* S:J 64 of iBIU
3 p or Just a visit with your neighbors. PERSONALSMr. vice. Public Invited. 100'' W DO' ToPOB 43 of ,L T' IS ; Dammon Dell
Corning Worship, 11 a. m.: ed.All : 22 8 22 United State" C0488/D! '. '. % 991
'' l and Mrs. Harry Jeter parents and friends are I '
'Training Union 6:30 Shell Horn" *. Inc. 82.89 '
: p. In.: of .
: 'HUO-Lot) t> 3 ilk
New Arrival who have recently moved from invited to attend at 8 p. m. .'' '
Evening Worship, 7:15: p.: m.; 6ll 44InLT&COd; : LZBaker
Congratulations to Mr. and HOUSTON-RATLIFF JtDOK'; COIIIITIN 2049-1..t 12 of 135
I Miami to Hawthorne, were II:* COIINTV! HID
Wednesday! evening Prayer 011401"0llU" 1 In Nut WillianaCiti
I Service 7:30: m., with choir Mrs. Dolcy Ilersey and Tammy I' luncheon guests of his niece, The engagement of Miss Le- COUNTY AND FLOHIUA roti ) ISx N'/i William Aldi-ldge, 2.572552Lot 3401-Lot I of Blk

p. on the new family mem- Mrs. J. D. Phillips and Mr. I ola Houston to Claude Ratlin. In ret! Entitle of 9 of Blk t I HD0i02L.ots 48 In I. T A COS John H Hick 17.25

Phillips on Wednesday.. has been announced by hel'lparents VICTOK 8.; CAMPANELLA of Nat Williams ,

Mrs. Price Fisher attended Mr. and Mrs. James *CSJo5.CH TO CIlBDITOnS SID Corp Housing Bnrvlceq i. n." 48 In L, 2 1 of A; COd Blk Bailie ,William 953

and All creditor of the estate. of ,
JACKSONVILLE homecoming at Orange Houston of Lawtey. Mr. deceased 4. S/D "
Campanella.
-I Heights! Baptist Church on Mrs. Levi! Ratllff, parents of are Victor hereby 8. notified. and requiredto 2659-19'.t: 6 of Silk I Lottie Mae Reynolds 3426-W'4 of Lot 1
Nat William. 8/I Blk 10 A H20'I
demands l of :
brdetl'1'oom.are file any claims or 5.48
Sunday.Mr. the prospective may have aRalnst Kst. I of W* of Lot 2Blk
which they
and Mrs. L. K. Childs natives of Wadesboro N. aid estate In the office of the 2072--Com at 8W 10 L T & COS!: Farmer' Supply 304;

and Miss Susie Taylor were in County Judge ot Bradford. : Coun (('or of NWV4' of Add
Business C.The ty. Florida, In the Courthouseat 3U.-Lot 11 of Tllk ..
(4W'run El 110 T
Directory Gainesville Sunday afternoon. bilde-elect. a graduateof within six .
1 Starke, Florida date Ft for POD N 200 16 In L T A COB Bill Klonde 234;
the
Thirteen members of the RJE High School attended calendar month from of thl. Ft. B SO Ft S 200 Add54R8V

Junior Girls Sunday sc.hoolcl Edward Waters College obtaining ot the first Each publication claim or demand Ft., W CO Ft To \ of Lots I. .
notice.
must To POB 21 ( 22 1/otlla Reynolds Eat 15.40 i of Block 24
of Hope Church, accompanied a BS degree In history. must be In writing and .
.ss '
5ido .. and being" 85 Ft R &;
Sales & Service )MOTORCYCLES state the place or residence 2673-t Lot In NWU
their teacher, Mrs. She Is now employed In !the claIm- W by 100 Ft N AM
::-1.. : by post office address of the of BW% a. Do...... ,
Georgia McLaughlin, Mrs. public schools at Roosevelt ant and must be swora to by In Deed Bk 70 PG i In L T A COS: Ernest W Allen Et Al 74 21'
HOANDROVERThe claimant. his agent or his 801 Kx R/W In ADD
HONDAMONTESA the ,
Chester Searle and Mrs. Joyce N. attorney, or It will become void Nat. William* S/D 22 22 John DlBIS 4.65 1488.: A 14.

a:::=.-: World's Finest' in Payne, enjoyed an outing Friday J.Mr.. Ratllff, graduated from according: tioJ.W' 2679--Com at SW ..._'0 of g'1ta:3in' : : L T .' Lester' J Prevatt 78.613Gt5Lota
'to:
4 Wheel Drives evening In Gainesville. the West Deep Creek High ,Aprll 28, CAMPANELLA.AdmlnIetrI.tor Cor of NW14 of & CO) Add

Sold and Serviced and Is MARIO Estate $WW run K 460 1, 2. 12. ,
-==- hy MOTORS & Following a hamburger supper School in Wadesboro of the
ICYCLKS; CO. ft. N 2.10: Ft 19 50 of Silk 30
Campanella 13. ..
:.:: Roberts' ChevroletS See Honda's Hot MO! the giirls. spent the evening employed by Rocco Prooaclni I deceased of Victor S. Ft for POD N 200 I In L'T11. COS ADD 'Funu. Whltahead 1725.

= Oreen Cove Spring*' SOUS 4919 skating at the Playhouse Skating .Landscaping Corp. In Princeton -. Thoma. & Pierce Ft. K 60 Ft, S 200)) 3560-E 146 Ft of S
Blvd. Ft. W 50 Ft TOPOB
."= .1eknnv1IIe 261-04b"t niimdln/r' / Rink. N. J. Attorney lOse 23 6 21 Geraldine Smith (..85il 10 Ft of Lot 1 AH.146 ;
Phono 771-8211 P. O. Drawer Ft of Lot 3A )
Mrs. Chester Searle was in A June 30 wedding Is planned Btarke, Florida 2887-B-Com SW 1 I1; J'< E 148 Ft of N 2

Parrish. Motors MOTORS A CYC1J3S Waldo last Thursday afternoon at 4 p. m. In Mount Zion! 5.a 4t 6-23 Cor of SWU E' ; Ft of Lot 8 Of Blk
.JH9!>$ 89.46', N 11 : E In N J Jones
Blamllng Blvd. 771-8811 .73'- L '
Mealy Proctor
I """ visiting' her cousin. Mrs. AME Church at Lawtey. Cont. N 93.7' B Add358.1Lots .81

SALES vinsic Jack Eddy and her aunt. Mrs. All friends and relatives are Notice of A.pll..tloa 820.66' To POB B' 3 A 4 of t 1
.
75' 893.711' W 71'N
SERVICE! Elsie Hall who Is visiting! Invited to attend the weddingand lIee.for Tn IH.I"* D 1".11." lNOTICE ".711' to POB 22 8 12 Charlie S Lott 15.79 Blk 1 In Temples'' H A La woo" 116.90

"ARTS Mrs. Eddy from Atlanta. reception following at IS HEREBY GIVES 268S-D.-m 60' of ,W i iJeffle Add .1'
and of the bride's ,par- that. Carl. fl 450' of N 03.7' of 3d3K.-W 68Ft of
Paulus Music Co. Sunday visitors of Mr. the home noTdeY of the Vono'wfn. S 3W.' El of Old'" Lot 8 & W 00 Ft
Mrs. R. M. Heresy Jr., were ents. certificate,. has flied ...' Lawtey Rd In SW of N'4 of Lot I ofBlk

Always Good Used Cars Band &: String Instruments Mr. and Mrs. Austin (Moody THANK YOU CARD cate. for a tax deed cerllflcat.numbera to be' I.- '.* of SW',4 I 61- Add 19 In Temvjcs Margaret ,Bell 281)

.921 Laura. St. Ph. 33fl-fifl.il of Lake George.Mr. :Mrs. Maud Ellerson Magee sued thereon.' The of I"1'0?, 263 22 I 21 A, Lllll .
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers and family r and years Mao Howie' i ir : 2008: 36U2-Lota 7, 8. A A .

BEAUTY AI.IADEMY: School SuppJlcs-IWJtructlon and Mrs. Bill Phillips wishes to express appreciationfor and the description the names In of which the property It wa; 261)7) -.Com at NW T' "; ;, '10 of Blk 36 In Joseph H ANela

Roberts Reorders of Mlddleburg were Sundayguests the food flowers and kind assessed; ;;; .ro.. followlI'Certlfl"ale ('01' or HW'4 of Peek Add .' M Mcdee GUI
I and of sympathy at No. U HW'4 A run H 160 .
Music Mr.
American Llbrary-Exp\1rt of his parents, expressions of I..uanoe. 1088 Ft for a POB them 3754 LotH 1, 1ot
.Repair' Department Mrs.' J. D. Phillips. the passing of her mother/ l Description Tear of Property FJ lib' Run M 20f)) Ft S CO Blk a.l; In J M
Jr. her Whlttmore. May God! Blk 18 Lawley E. .f Ft W 200 Ft N John" Add Ex.WBO'
Hairstyling 41 W. Monroe .SM-RU7 Mrs Percy Sullivan; I Laura of 'it.Lot 13 f o Ft to rOB En of Letwl&: 3 P. Li BentoB. 39.41

mother Mrs. Marshall strick- 'ever bless and keep each ( which assessed Sam- R/W U. 21 RaleighIf. Cox 7.89 -
-t. Academy Name In : SSI a-Bff" at NBCor :
"SUPPLIESCARTER'S
PLUMBING\ land of norahome" and Percy yon. Ueklfro0frk.Mdproperty be.n. In 2704-Com at NW : Pratt St .and
czi W. Monroe n 886-0581 III attended 'the 8th Annual CHURCH NEWS Stat Cor of BW! \\4 of Folk SI Run 10
the County of Bradford HWK a Run H 70', N 100'. W 70'
Baptist
Flower Show< at Raiford Fri Greater Free Will of Florida. 610 Ft. I S 110 Ft H' 100 Ft. Tu ,
-
I certlfVcaV"
Riverside Church Rev. Lewis MdCay simieli certificate or for POB Run W POD 21) 6 23 Dewey MoCIellan. IS.Ot
ac-
:i. Trading Post ahall be redeemed 60, S 100
Ft. H CO
day.Mrs. 1 ,
Toonlinson and Monday. Choir No. the ilSia- <>m.t NB:
2=: Hairstyling Nettle pastor cording to law P'opertr Ft. N 100 Ft to .
,
Bathrooms, Sinks, Cabinets Mrs. Beatrice Ezell of Jacksonville and Ushers Board No. 2. will tl a'rii.etl: w'acbb"ce: sold' to et = POB 23 'II Hartley '35 (NE'i or of A run 8134'W ISO of

= Academy. Soil Plpos, Water Pipe.oinmodes visited Mr. and Mrs. meet nt. 7 1 p. m. Tuesday hllrhe..t certificates bidder al the ('ourt hou..e 2718-1 Lot In SB' Ft 'S" 8* Ft fur"

2639 Park St. Lavatories weekend.Mr. Choir No. 1 end 2 meet. I door 04'% the tlr"t Monday In Corner of E& off POB then Run W
388-8537 this 'night.
(* W. T. Hersey Month of June, 1965.<< which III.3'd >f NE'4' of HWH\. 100 FI" 100 Ft
Modern. Styling: "The Best for Less" and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Wednesday night> Prayer dciv hlfld.90R'APrll< being 100' N' AS K 160)) Ft N 80 Ft
the
night La- ;: [ by CO' K & W 23. 23 Mid State Home W 60Ft N SOFt "
Qualified Instructors his parents, Thursday title .
Top of Hill Hwy SIMUlilleblirR of Palatka visited! meeting. rnu. 5.15 To POB 29 t 23 F' Thomas c/o

Accredited VA Approved I'll. 282-B108 Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan dies Circle and Story Hour at 1988.CHARLF1'J!' A. DARRY of 27.13-BOB: at '. NB U J TUomas. III)
v
i: Day or Night Claaaeg and their son Percy Jr. the Church. Friday night Clerk of Circuit Florida Court cor of H',4' of HW)4) 3820-24-Coan. at N13' .. ,
Sunday Bradford County. or NE'i of SWtt' for of Si5'4nf \
IMANOS Band meeting.
(
Saturday.Mrs. .
ELECTRIC RIOTOUSPeavy and family Prayer 6-3 4t B23WOTICH ', 8 NB'4' A run W .
rw'uR :
Doyle Hersey and Mrs. School 9:30: : Morning Wor- -- I IM.75'':I 101)) S 15'. W 60' .

A For Musical AdviceC. Hersev. Jr., were in ship, 11: League.> 4 p. m. N 159.81 to POD 23 a 22 Juanlta Brown 6.83 fr a POB then
R M. TORIctIISTF.n
rVTK'VTIO'V .5 100', W 10',
Brothers CARTER NICE 6 m. or 2867-S' ill r'fLotI run .
reIB Jacksonville, Friday. Evening Service. p. FICTITIOUS I.J100' 1550. To ', .
of Blk 2 Bradford .
.
Electric Co. ''tf Thought For The WeekA Youth Day will be observed NA given .
.ltP"! anda Is hereby .
I t. < !
I lines from a poem with the youth in charge the pro- 2922-RV4 of at SW
few under NW'iof
.: .ELECTRIC; MOTORS 1i underllignf'd."
ncroS [' ,1 .
the 'ofSI'it4of
,:... nolnAsber. 885.110. FloridaStatutes UK'/: of NB'13x : / Cor of .NEU
Wheeler Wilcox visiting Section
S44d Serviced ""Repaired :9 V c.cZ.e:)( 'ot \tL ''It. written by Ella young 'V1.lon" of 1961 will register N 105 Ft 28' tl 1 Ray Colby 21.49 NB'/', N270'Por
--t. .. llSttf InvlteJi.Th.e : ). Circuit 3' 53. .
1i'.l: Public : of the '
'Generators Starters ""'& "' : Missionary with I the: Clerk Bradford 2928-1 Lot belnir 'S.- so1. K: 120' s Co'
Armature Rewind In II' Chickering and Other "Don't look for flaws B'J' you Women's 'ourt. I.. and for receipt 1226 Ft N A 8 W 120' to POB It' 21 Dilly. Griff 431
Convention, Auxiliary Coun IY. Flf>rltla, upon by 80 WtE& W '
life and even Education of this
4044 Lenox 3872528OK. Name Brand Pianos go through : of proof flf pu1JlICRlIon ofHASTt'TON lying A being" In KB: 38.11-A-Ben U.V .
when you find them. it is I to the Mt. Sinai Deacon p notl..... the f'UtioUR,, name 'or of WH of A: 119' N of SB Cor.
: uml..1'wh.ab
KEMUALI "SWINGER"ORGANS ; met' M1t.LWOHK of W'4 of NE''.' f>f6EI
MATERNITY WEAR wise and kind to be somewhat I and, Missionary Union, onRRlted In bURIn"n NW% otSZ3\ ofN374 of NEW\ N .
I' we ore ? a 23 ,
;; look the virtue 17-19' at New Bethel 93. Hamplon.TI Statue William 47.84t' 60' J.W 100
;: blind nn-l for May at P. O. Box :, Fttoll,
Roonevrlt Mall 8SS-85I9 A. Vin- 2934-36-W14 of 815 i 60'. B 100' L
Rev.
k'p I behind them." I Baptist Church ieorlre Pavia 1132 Tu..atan '4of SE\4 of Beg. 29 t 22 J Gordon Wafer 'I."I
son host pastor. and Rev. W. Orlandn. Fla. (b"lf In- N1"Es E 90') 28. 22 4 Percy. Sullivan 22.66 ,' .
SEWING CENTER Drive. and T.n. 3909-Lot 5 of Blk
D. Dennis moderator. Many tllreRn Paul 'rawf..rd U. LawteY 2075-Com at NW 2 In Butler CRT S/D Elmer Thl>ma. 2701]
of 'l'IIwforl1. Bo' Cor of JacksonA '

H.&N. .. Colored Citizens choirs the Association from the were churches represented Fin.noted(buU this Inl..roal pt" c)1) <)'. o BtlLdford f May. A., .. Run: Church I 12 Id i Kt.N Hts 88 A ..... .. 3933 BIn-Lut Pln"hurnlD I of. Blk"' ...... W 0 Dodd U''

iw i CENTER wonderful .session. P. 19+Ra..t tarke. Ft W 110 I Ft a ...."' P'e' 4071-Com at NK <:! T. t'

: ; SEWING News in a Social & County, Florida. B/9 4t II3D 62 H Ft to FOB 28 ( 13 L E Lee CuL... 28.00 Cor of SW'!14. &
Carnation .
The 2 )81-N 70' FoU. 1 i run W 6.10 Ft for .
Console! Model makes fancy designs Saving Club celebrated Its L.rt a POD, run 8 390
:
16.V rltES&B'II1. ?: Ft to Ht Rd ion
".TaQ1c:80: .Villea": Most; Complete eUtchog, monograms CREATION l hy Weller St.' *Ml then W alone

Shop for Mother-to-Ba overcasts, sews on buttons. Reno NOTICE l hy Land of MarHhall R/W tl> '4 Koc< .
defeated
make button holes A blind Lincoln City W l.y Blleox' Line N to 4 14..> .
JUDY'S 17-5 In Girls Softball last following described land A Lewi. Blk 16 of line E to rOB 1'1,.
the
stllchca. No attachments Notice is hereby given that the L T A Co. Add 28 < 23 Quigley A Davl 6.35 R/W& 51.8' DeneOR urre'ne Tanner 1431:
on 6
week. 22
auction' at 12:00: o'clock noon 12-Pa 418 29 6
MATERNALANE Demonstrators $48 or $6 per will be sold at public of Starke 2000! -Lot 10 of Blk ,
baseball, hall City
;In Little League 7lh day of June AD. 1998. at the city 2 ot UowlInK Park 4124BCorn NK'
1007 Park, St. 8.15-801.1/ mo. Call Jax 771-1850 the Yellow Team dereited'the County of Bradford. Slats of Florida to pay the amount due IN/D O. D. KorMcy Ebt.,; '.&0 Cor Tract B WP
'with all W 210'. 8 90'For
8/D
I Green 13-7. Redbirds defeated for taxes herein set opposite the name, together 3006-Lot 7 A, NH POB 8 95.7t' .

MOTORCYCLES WESTERN STORE the' BlueJays. 10-5. costs of such sale and adveI'tl lng'. of Lot 8 of Blk 11'k..1311 B 8 '
A : iP : J3"U 40.Si I
1. 2bCh: of W f 23 J .F Dee
In Pony League action the In; .
Taxes .
,
Triumph HetteriptioS Own!' Park 9/D' II 6 21 A R Johnson 4163-A--Com at 8W
Red Legs defeated the Green, 30.43 Cor of 811''i N IFS
LITTLE DUDE
Off 14-6 and Yellow defeated the 23r.5--Com At PR' 3009-Com at NW 0 To. N R-W Bd*
BF.M I "fNWVi Cor of SW4'! ofNWI4 :Rd. ICon N R/W .
Jacksonville Western Store Bluejays 1,27.Girls 'or or& Rim W Run B! 240' for POB( ,' N

ITAMAHA TiuimirnCOro Softball Is held Monday 304 Ft N laO l Ft ::107.11'i for PO)ft. 150.08', K 300,3.0'. .
R 100' S 118' W
Western Clothing Leather. and Bantam League baseball R 297 Ft N ;1125:; S on Wmlanil St .. ,
100' N 112' ,
To 650coRalefl Ft H 97 Ft S BOS to roB 28 4 2* Edtrard. N Oree 13.64 160', W N R/W
Parts Service goods Saddles and Trailers Tuesday. Pony League Ft '1'.. POB Ex 3036-R-
if Vied Motorcycles In Stock Charles & Sharon Petty baseball Is on Wednesday, and W 288'23Sfl 21 6 23 2 O:'11'1I S, Bradley Eat. 33.88 of Ht B A R/W S Orange KCJ FOB Ex Lot ltO'U ( 21 AC William 37.11>

.-:. 4228 V. S. I S. R/W Hit.)
Phillip Hwy 903 S. Kdgewnnd. 381-1210 Friday is Free Play. 230 K 5411.111' FOB

a. Jacksonville 359-7215 .....-....... ..........IfIIIII.....,.,...: These activities start at 5 ('f>-t'-Com of SK14 At Sri of RWnt ELV on S.LT. Ue8-It.of NW Cor 26.(11'( .of PI

NWVi & Run W 2IH5.34', W liE) *,4 of SK':\\4 run
-n.: 304 Ft for ... POR. Ifill 47' N 66.03'Poll 8 on E R/W of
Run N 180 "Ft K; M 6 23 flush M Smith 2S.8J of ST 140'. B .94* 05'
5SSa 207\ Ft. N iLl Ft. 3093-Lot 3:I of ILK! N 134.84' to W .
W 888Ft, S 807 1 A Land. lOof Line of SB: 4.r .
",..-11' Ft. B 210 Ft, S Jot to St In 01'1,. RE'4, W on line eS.fi
871 Ft Town of stark 92.64' to POB. 3 3 S 23 0 W Davis
Ft B CovlrBton Eat 10.133373BLt Thomas D ADorl
John
::::: : ;io0 Op U 6 23 8 McConnehey aO.n 4170-Beer", 25.04* PiA

l 2 of Silk 3040-Lt 8 of. BIU 3 : 410'. S of NW j : .
.n \ I I' Dalewooil Bitty U.: Clminbuis 4H.D3 In Orlijr. Town tif for of IIE: '4 of

'' ... :J/D Htarke Daniel R Mag-yarl! 3485 SB'/i.' H 1)7.21') H' .
75'. W 0.0B'N 7} p
420 Ft N 3105-T.ot" S. 8.1 31H
o 2377-Com To Beg \ 29 1 12 Owen,: R Alvares Jr.
,
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SVfVt: of SW" & Town of StarkeEx 4288-Com at SW '. -
run W 115 Ft N \V 14 ofLotaS Cor of rllnN "% of ..
r,0 FIlCilIEtS: S3 Sosoplilne Ellomm!: 5.IS: <8' *.>...raan R*.i. .r Jr. 84 So fE'4) { N 490(
YOU BUSJNE MEN 50 Ft to POB 21 t 3163-'Coin on 8 side to POB Kly 84A' t.
Pt 180' If Ht H 1'MUne.
: "
BLKi of Call St .
230 I-Lot 8 ft :S whore It N 09.5' to M
II
:a i In Sunny ACl'allSID 111.111aa91 l Int. 10 Hlrio of 1 .
W S/n.
Ethel Young Court St A V Hayes

i POfl'THAYEGDRR1\ 4 -,-.Lots 7. 8. 9, ." !it POR I) 3/4 then Ft : for run a ARC Welt Line.637' S to 13.8'4! '
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r 10 ofIIAC 3 In run POB Es R/W 82 4 11 It/). B Brewlngton
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Sunny: :201/ Ft E 20 H to .
2133- -SWV, of BLK' : FOB 2 8 S n A C William. 12.53 4230-8W>4 of NB)4
l 28) R iW A $Ei\ Ex 2A In SW CorA
A8OUtfGLARIESt() $ r&tviBbllat 1161: -Br"* at NB' r.
of B 2S of R aw Cor or Lfnytt. Ex RWA.ie.oParcel
.
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offi 3W&W4j [ 8KK of NB'4 aflrxsc
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; FIR4riP! S/D 21 ( 23 13 It A Lawson tn.40 NFLYon 145', NLY R/tor on c 219NW" of

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; lot.)' 1 K A W by 131 142.23 bea 21. 23 MarjorIe Bowling 118,33184C"n fl/W&: EX PAll ,
r\::; 1iJF; :: r
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: : 6 23 f Victoria McFashlon
t > 281
-Lots 1 S of ('0" of Adam A \ '. '
I tllru-a D of KnlBht Madison Rts A run 4296-Vi{ A In SB
You can safely deposit all of your daily busi- HI D. Clarence- }'. Khmlen 38.113506Lots 8' SJ83.6 Ft.. W 90)) 'or of 1 Sr| A In
Ft. N 262 6 Ft, K SW Cor of H'/4 of
2 & S of \
ness receipts here at any hour of day or r' 90 Ft To PUB of 33 6 23 AI11. White 22.19
any HI.K3 F., K: I 1I'j!) 21. 23 J w Atlllr.... Jr. lio.35 NW'i SEVt
night-holidays included-by banking here Ft In N Runo'S/K) Charles L. Ilurnea. 43.35 227-.Com it NW II -- '. n 7.A I lot a e desc.OH .
Cor of Call A Buy .f"" BK 40 P. 123
2515-Lot 1 Of ILK!
(0- either during our regular banking hours or by 1 IB; iw N llenffsn St. Run N 316.59Ft. .. Beginning 180' MK

Ida<. May Tyson 3.35 .J'.RI'1.l&l;' & W bylOO'Nde .
using our especially convenient 11 S Cont. .35A. M/L -
8582-Lot 1. 4 of Ft, WLY 153.77 In E'.4 of NW4ofBUVi !
'N BLK 10 i In N Reno Ft. SLY 78 Ft 81 I 12 John O DIMS 6C.lt
NIGHT DEPOSITORY S/D France Jenkins ..'89 ELY 155 Ft to
4383-1 Lot In NW
!527-.Lot 3 of BLK POB II I 23 W. ,:. StudstUl 7361 Cor of Lotlof

20 In .N Reno SID Bally P Williams. 37.52 300-Blk In LT', Blk 5 Run E 105.3.

: This is a "Full S ,vice" Bank! II I 23U! -.-Lot :3 4 of Sc-Os SID Ex S 110', W 105., .
BLR 1 In Gaban _- R/W Ex E 75' of N 110' To POB William F Rouser a.09

I SID KX R-W Wlllla; Plttroam Jr. 7.08 Lot 1 Ed Htjntef'. .. S.U 4391! .W 300' of ..

II I I5S3:; -Lot I, as .ofIllkl 102-Lot* 1&Iof: ._, N I 4a" uahag-nn. .. Blk 740 LT& NB'4 Ex R/W SEx
11'i Unhurt. Lee 11.84 Cod SID Kx U-W Hack Lane S66 Par In NW

ISO-Lot 3. 4 of Cor 150' Sq as. M H L Hartley 879
!:554Tx I of }Ilk 1 .
FLORIDA' In (loh"I8H Blk 1.1 In LT& 4403-Lot. i A of '
EX .k/W Hubert Leo. 3.73 COS SID .Metta Harmon 8.71 BIU 4 InSouth

156.-Lot of Blk 1 123-Lot I of nik \ Gate RepUt S/D J,,, Jack W Griffin 1">

< . In (OnhHiran",. "/0 ISlit LT&Cos 4421-1-A De.c as
\ : KX R/W Aaron floury 4 89 SID Willie Cojemaa 8.73 Beg 840' Kot' NW
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;1 NWVI. S 1 IIII to
: ; J .; of Lut 17 of Blk .1 Sin' LT&CuS: :, Canal.. E 171', N

In Oahagan; !S/U Willie Green' 26.52. SID' Harmon 3.71 2S5'. W 171' to
!(IS3-That Port! of 134-W 6!' of 'Lots. t BEG 33 8 33 1 Leslie Kite 497
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. N Ofto( an K: Slitn 3 & 4 of Hilt 16

I N .555' onV In L T A COM 8/0! Carrie Coleman 5.88 Merrill Edwards. Tax: Collector

:. One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group \ 141.1.>f <
It" being 'be 011 L T" COfl ff/D Willie Coleman. 43.74
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THURSDAY MAY 13, 19SS IIIB"DII'OKD COUNTY TBUJORATH.!: : MTABIOD.. FLORIDA --.
fit_VCfAn_!_ _,_ Two_ Pa.a Three.

7.o1 WVVVVTWVTVVyVyyyyyyyy Mr. Frances Eunice. la at esville. Wainwright' on Sunday attending Homecoming at the Sunday visitors
I of Mr. and and Mr.
I Boyett's parents. Mr. Is visiting Mrs. Phillip and : ''i
home after a few days In the Reggie Norman and friend.: Visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. L. First Baptist Church. Mrs. Oscar Carter were Mr.I I and :Mrs. Otis Boyett of Lake other I on Monday.
4.SO LAWTEY' r hospital! and appears to be Bonny Origgs, were guests.of. Wllklflon Jr, on,Sunday were Mrs. H. C.WalniwrigM Mrs and Mrs Edward Ricks of Orlando City, were visiting: / Mrs. Ed r Mrs.relatives Dorothy this White week and t Mr. and Mrs. Charles
: doing nicely. Mr. and;Mrs. Jack Spencer on Mr. and Mrs. William S. King.Ml".S. Howard Norman and Darrell Mrs. Lonzy Norman of Durban on Sunday. children, [Chuck 1 Moore and Mrs. W
i Kindergarten and first and a plane ride to Nashville, Ga. Leila Mae Bennett and Crawford attended .the mar- Miami. and Paul Gordon of Sunday visitors of Mrs. O. spent the weekend I f. Moore spent several days
.70 By Em Blanchard. second grades. with ,their where they attended. the air son. David and Miss VirginiaGeskina riage of Miss Sheila McBur- Lake Butler. Mrs. Laura Can- J with her mother-in-law (:Mrs. last week with J. B.Boyer and
Phillips and Danny ,
Jacksonville. nett of Jacksonville were Mary o. White in Crescent family in Tampa, Mr.,., and
A&&AHOMECOMING teachers, spent Wednesday of show of ana Olen erello of Bradford Pa. is Mr, and Mrs. Coleman Phillips j
3t335\ last week at (the Jacksonville Mr and Mrs.'Douglas Thomas Keefee Harrell and: dauglwter Starling Lawtey in Allen- spending the week. and children of Macclen- City. Mrs. Freddy Moore and:'>family
HELD Zoo. On Thursday the fifth of Sylvester, Oa. were vis- visited Mr. and Mrs. A. O.Pearce dale Baptist Church In Jacksonville -' Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, ny, Her sister-in-law. Miss H. W :Bennett. Joey and In Homestead, and Mr, and
AT FIRST BAPTISTThe and sixth visited iting Mi'. and other friend after on Saturday. Nancy visited! Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. S. D Andrews a1'l4i'-tJUl-
Annual grades the and: Mrs. James and;: children of Valdosta Oa Debby Phillips, of Macclenny, Richard Bennett in Daytona, I dien in Wlldwood. '
Homecoming
Frlto Potato Chip factory In ,
''Was held, at the First' Baptist "acksonvllle. -' .
',25 < Church last Sunday with a Mrs. O. J. Phillips and sons ; "
large attendance. Good music Danny of Lawtey, and Leslie -'if/-' / o!r "
{
rsaId I ''was provided toy the choir and of> Jacksonville, attended > : ,
pianist and the pastor, Rev. Peace ORf sera' Memorial Day .. ( > .w O. IDNlf
E C. Harvey. brought a timely envlces when a monument to f .
I
message bountiful dinner, the 23 policemen In Duval
; followed the morning service' County who lost their lives in
A good many former residentsof service ,to their community SHOULDER I YELLOW
4 4S Lawtey were present, and since ,the turn of the centurywas 1
some neighboring churches unveiled at Hemming
were represented. An,Informal Park In Jacksonville. Two of 1 F
sins was held during the the officers were Mrs. Phillips'father
ROAST
afternoon. N. B. Hasan on Sep 1111111115 xPOTATOES
121 CHURCH ACTIVITIES tember 22. 1913 an her uncle, SLICED WHITE
Grace Methodist Sunday B. F. Hagan on August 10,
Ml I Ii School 9:45: a. m.. Worship 11 917..
i 4 a. m. Prayer circle Monday 9, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Nolan
a. m. and children
I of Jacksonvillewere TURKEY
72! First Baptist Sunday' visiting her parents Mr. a
School 9:45: a m. Worship 11'I and Mrs. T. V.,Duck, over the a I
a. m and 7:30: p. m., Training weekend.'" I
Union 6:30: m. Midweek AND GRAVY
p. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Atkinson o
I, services Wednesday 7:30: p. m. and, daughters of ,Homesteadwere \ ,,,N-r .' OF
3.41x,91 Church of God Sunday' < ,"
visiting his aunts Miss! Tgjb'OM 0s
School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 i Enza! Blanchard and Miss! d ,'. "
) a.m and 7:30: p. m. YFE Lrthurlne Blanchard on Sunday r' > IBAG
Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. ,and called on Mrs. Ernest \ '("*** ..._..ttMjjp .
Highland Baptist -Sunday Wells. PtflPMm g e ?f h!.
t School 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 Mr. and Mrs. V. I* Starling "
110 and 8 p. m.. Choir practice 7 and children visited t.heirJOn., BakeryBonus : :\"
t,p. m. Prayer service Wednes- Vernon In Sunland Center \V
day 7:30: p. m. I Hospital In Tallahassee. on MEAT] ., 's: .
381HI I PERSONALSWe I Sunday. = == FRESH BAKED a"STE'AK'S
FAIR
are pleased to note that Miss Elizabeth Terry spent, SAVE 27< IB u.s: CHOICE : FOOD
I the first of the ,week with
.69
Mrs. C. E.Strickland. In Gain. (USDA : f"1\: ; 1 : STRAWBERRY PIE..........

::1I STARKE CHOICE 1,1, ,. : '; : :. FOOD FAIR SLICED

cal ADDING or el'MACHINES:Ulc. For :ale Man-or { FRMMERCHANTS..TIt''", .a.a..ra.a.a .. POOR BOY TWINS' 29#
301 '!',! rent. Aif.subtract, credit balance n"' two SIRLOIN, FULL i GREEN STAMPS : ,.........
BUSINESS .-Bradford County Tele I"""'! MM CUT ROUND OR, tit.' I'iI: PI WffMIIMMVfaMAMVMaMMQ*.! I HtMIIMIIMM '. : FOOD FAIR ICED CINNAMON 8's
I' graph. aru" you BONELESS 9 8'.., : eo .a 1M.... : :
APPLE TREA'S..39
DIRECTORY ""do know ... .
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/tlrfla0011rYRfMrlettllANRIAINRr/ ; about '.. SHOULDER L8 *..-----.1/:19---yn nmwnn.n/: / muw..nr.. :
Fuel or lube needs? Jlt4.u".r'rr'1I5Hr.lfu." ''', :

I AUTO SERVICE a .C
99170I SAVI JO* ., AZMU HUH PUtI, :

1 Gilbert S. Brown SAVE UP TO 401 i's PORK SAUSAGE.......-............* ..u89* < i lL .)
LEAN FRESH : *'. AZAIIA AWOITII 7.3 FIRM
i'Standard OU SftVI e '

0,31 I TIRES &ATLAS BATTERBESBudget Service Station I I i COLD CUTS.."......... .............,...5..M.29* CC i,"'es i. I esfRIPE\ .

Term*-Road Service GROUND : SAVI 20* I.Q.f. Mill AHBDEVEIHED

I 1401 N.Phone Temple 964-7071 Stark What you need,we have. 's SHRIMP!....,........., ., r.79* U.S. FANCY. GOLDEN. i.
437 Fuel for all your equipment : SkVI 35.fYNIMI SALA'D
A lubricant for every part E'E F : i _
HURST'SSHELL (STANDARD) B SOFT 0LEO............................ 3 m $1 5 WEE, T '
OIL SAVI 144.Wit FLORIDA. :

1.0' Service Station :MAN IN STARKEK. 5 ORANGE JUICE..,...,............."".......< m '25* CORN : TOMa.\ ,OES,

' .Ge Oil Lubrication G. DUNCAN lbs SAVI 10* U-Mil 1 : -

(.ll Goodyear Tire & Batfrorlea 964-5132 I DAISY CHEESE.....,.............................,.... '9 I i:
I lOt ROAD and 100 SERVICE_ Standard Oil Company($Intln, '!I!Ky.) sari'" 204 II c.flASH 11911 SOLE, HADDOCK 01 .flOHNIIR . :

Stark j, 9' :. FISH FILLETS................................1147, # 5 ears 29c : SIX I I IN .' 5 C
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.BRASINGTONCADIIXAO DRAG I
OLDSMOBIUG
BALES *. SERVICE Stanley Blacker Coat 4 4
Arrow Dm Shirt! .
'll Fine Selection of Vied dan J
Taken On Cadfllao Trade P Puritan ters Jacket Sweaters
.20O1 N.W. 13th Ph. 878-530 S t
Ladle Sportswear I : 1
1 CRANE :I Store 13 W. University
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IXNIOOLN-MZRCtniT and Gainesville Mall
31 Authorized Bate Serrloe I /
(19201 N. Main- Ph. 372-4373 0
MOBILE HOMES
Crane Imports
I Volvo MO Austin Healey MUSTANG
31l8 606 E. University, Gainesville :
Phone 372-4251 Mobile Homes, Inc. i .

!'Beauty Academy a.a-m. Dtaooont Mobil frozen foods & ; _
Home Sate Lot. M

POWELL'S NEW MOON SPRINGTIMESAYE -,,; .:
PATELLA i !
Beauty Academy DIXIE :,:
As law as 410O down. CHEF .
'tiearn' a Profesalon In Your 4820 N.W. 13th 878-1346
Bpare Time. Full or Part Time GARDEN PEAS CHARCOAL i
: 219 N.W. 10th 878-2786 : PORKVEGETABLES & !

":"ELECTRIC. MOTORS Office Equipment OR MIXED BRIQUETTESbEANS' 6REEN GIANT

.I ELECTRIC Hancock OfficeEquipment I

: GARDEN PEAS .
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Motor Repair Co.


,I | Repairing Of New Gatowrrflla and-Rewlndinff Used, Ine. Smith-Corona Ctary-Victor Auth.-TotaHU Dealer* 8 10.1 TO 1 O: :;::i 2O LB 88'C !6oz' 9cS's OR GOLDEN CORN WHOLE KERNEL' .5/si

"2816 N.W. 16th Ph. 872-8S18 ..uding Machine, CalculatorsSALESSERVICERENTALS o4fiiT : CAN. OR CREAM. STYLE

Farm and IndustrialEquipment : : BAG S 14 TO, I7oi- CANS "SAVE 3.Sl<.
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S2SS N. Main Pb. 378-5351 ...

Santa Fe Tractor, FROZEN, CRINKLE' CUT '

FORD PAINT & CLASS i IN'SIZE: GILLETTE YOUR CHOICEUMIT'1!' I COFFEE WITH "
Farm Tractor Implements ,
FOOD ORDER
,
I USED EQUIPMENT Liddell Paint & SHOESTRING : : e
BALES PART SERVICES FOAMY
4488 N.W. 6Ul 6-2M8 Glass Co. : :

9 GARDEN SUPPLIES OlaM-Mirror Sliding! Doer- : COFFEEFOLGER'S !
Tub Encloaarev-Shower!: Doom TIDEDETERGENT SHAVE !
Johnson&Fari,Inc. Furniture TopWlndow. FRENCH i ,

3 SEEDSPLANTSInsecticidesPet Complete LIne of- Wlndows-Airolnf CREAM I! t
SuppliedFERTIZZER9 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191 i ( ,

We Rent Fertilizer Spreader* SEWING MACHINES 34.sroir i: 6l i.-I COFFEE FOLGER'S SSCt''i

124 N.W. 8th Ph. 372-0476 DAIS 4/$1 : / sAYL 39'I' I Ia 1 LB CAN \

.APIES WEAR National Sewing :, 4011'' j I

I Cherry's Machine Co., Inc. a",, 2..a..ss : 99C : .. =--.


alnesmie'l DR18SE8SU1TSCOATSLTEJENITY Address Most For Ladle FaahlonaNe Platt Used-New and Repo Home-_Nelco ed8aleeRepaln { N .O....lI F, "i a i; only I RIGHT GUARD: J J' = .

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) WEAKACCESSORIES AH Make p ----.J ...c DEODORANT JC'7/ z_
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wo Stores: 7 University Ave.I 611 W. University 878.1366al 8 .a.a.a.a.a.aiB: : LIMIT -I WITH.5.00. OR MORE FOOD ORDERI : (' D/T : 1 IB

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77110 TRt-cororv SHOFPINO NEWS. STABKB. FLORIDA: : TRVBSDd Y!. UT ,33. t.alJ"" :;
*...' ....,, 11.ptlrnt Two Pare Font
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,!!,p1IdJ -.\- <'" -- I I ttLaud
6.1
of the'' day at :Went Park [Pepel Brooker outhlttinflr' Owen t,7- the 1st inning. Description ,. :'
: :.JII'-CARD: OF THANKS ings also the staff !pile Jjlts. Tax*
Starke Nursing Home .and the edged Wright 14-13 end m. the 2nd. fame Eddie Bla- Brooker then scored the tytof 1 atuddngft: Qard o* '-2:1 1oi

.W rda cannot adequately V. A. Hospital Lake City Avery RECREATIONNEWS Branding! Iron won over Hicks l lock and ,Coca-Cola thrilled: run In the 5th on ''a homerua:\. Ncege 'sg-3'" : Brooker, 5-5' ; Bea Twp.Rq. Ae Owner aa4Coat1.

express,Our deep appreciationfor special thanks to .the 7-2. the baseball fans as they were by Henry HarreU. and thu Omen 5-4: Trlst."oA; ; l -4 t 4
the kind and sympathetic, in the bottom of Schedule( for Tnurs., (May23Oven 1484-Lot 7 of Blkt3y
Bradford Co. Sheriflf's De.pt. The first a real able to witness the first no- winning run lAWtey. B of
acts that came to us at the game was trounced Va 1reet! ;"'::30. tMr- : Johrnle! Ffwler: 6,61
for the kindness shown, during slug feat with Wright collect- hitter of the season and at the 7th. NoegeU

,.recent: loss of our dear father. <(this time. These many BRANDING IRON ing 14 base hits and. Pepsi 16 the! same time Coke picked up Trleat 12-2 JJjNlnes., col.lecttng den vs Brooker; 9. UO-Cna Ft ''E A Lot W 100 By\

:Jerry WlbrtHT. We would) like kind acts will always remain AND PEPSI TAKE for a fame total of 30. Wright Its first victory of the season. 15 hits and. allowing Monday, tyray 27- Meeting 274 Ft \1 8 InBW
to extend cr special :thanksto : 4. Noegel scoredall' to'dlscuaa t Jhe start of. the 2nd Cor of Lot IT
Tdest, only
Cooa-Ccola 3 of ,
wLth us as a precious memory. scpred their
:
OPENING WINS scored once In the 1st, but lost Bit 8 1ST Ft laVdiwtey ..
De-Witt' C Jones and Rev. Children Sue Thomas, Laura The 1968 Jr. Boys Baseball the lead as Pepsi scored 3 in 4 rune" in the 2nd inningdo. .'te runs, Wt ieyr needed Jn half l league ploy{ 7:30 p.'s.D"NC11'ICII : JS of Rf Joseph Gambit ,...

"E.,,C. Harvey for the beautiful Cavallero Jerry Wttcher.S Ing. so without the benefit of 1510-Com at SWCor
and I season opened Tuesday May the same Inntn?. In the 2nd I of, Lot 17 *.
friends
service, the many
floral offer 14, In Lake Butler.; .,In the Inning Wright scored 6 times,, any base hits but drew 3 base !) OF TAX BALK Run N 304 Ft B
relatives: for the I first Pepsi-Cola stuns and In the 3rd twice more fora on balls a hit baseman and!) :3i P1711'ThenFRu A
game Police !Notice is herebjy gives; that on{the Mat day of :May; n N
Kicks 14 to a, and In the 2nd total of 9. Pepsi tied It up at i errors. There were only 241 Ft ;JS J 100 Ft 93447't

game, which ''WIIa a crowd. 9 all In the 3rd. From then 4 hits In the game; Joey; 1968 at Starke County oC Bradford. State fcf Florida, tax To FOB W In 100 Law Ft! 1 ,

pleaser, Branding, Iron edged on out the lead changed hands Bakken had 2 of those Luke sale certificate will 1 be sold on the toDrtwlnjC described landto tey K i Of BT Mid State Homes'

) Do You Feel! That Wright 4-3. Steve Cox and almost",with each Inning. At each Powell had and a single.Frankie Blalock Stokes pay the amount.due for taxe. herein bet opposite the Mine, 162B-A-B..g 200 D Ino. UII
; I Kent Graudon shared pitching the end of the 6th, Pepsi led of NW Cor of Lot
.... chore for Pepsi, allowing only 13-12.Wmi ht managed to tie Plton dlteto, 5 more batters together/with' all coats of Inch'sale and all advertising. 10, K: too;, a! ioo',

a flve'hita-and out'ten U In striking \ Amount LAW., B
r You Have A Voice In batters' Peapi!' brckel' the 'game Pew came1rls1htiback.to, winK inning game.' Four"of those Description of :re..Jr Mr*. W. ;J. Chandler' 1.41

t 4 wide open, by coming up with after the'.first 2 men had reached! ,base, 9n errors 'and I of TaxesLand 1638-Lot 28 Ex W

aevelstuna In the 3rd tanjc;. been retired.\ In the bottom of onq. ,drew a. walk. Blalock:. Sec.Twp.Itp A* Owner sad post. Lawtejr 56 Ft In B Town of Ry of Our Hjcndrtth 7.44MM

k k Operating Our paced by;, Ricky Bennett'* the Tth, .the first 2 batters ruefc put 6 Policemen. 15 -oft! at NWCor
101-All ?ta of
Resultsof these 130 of
gamesaogp4ea411attigktened
.Hazen 3. for pooped > Nof
I home run. Eddie out.: Randall Maude of NEK W Lot 35 In Lawt y
3, Doug; Brown 2 tor ,8, Kicky{; worfced); the the pitcher< tor a. 1 < up the Branch IS 1 10 IS Jack: T. Parrlsh 18.03 K of RK S60'ToPOD.

Schools Johns 2 for 2, {and RaiwJalMcCee / walk stole 2nd base and scored league rrye{. BPOE Is still' In 287-SW14 ot 8W AIn B &60', a 50', "
? the drivers seat with of BWK *. 8 W 60'. N 60' To
a IJ-.l.
2 for 4, collected ,the the wlTjWnir run on Steve SB Cor of FOB State. Homeslaa
S
majority of Pe9>pi's 13' .lilts. Oox's double. Suffgs and Jones record, southern Discount and swvi of 8W.4. E*. H.1'1'
the :B/VT 1 ', I. 11 Southern. 011 *. 1505 Lot 41 In
J.J ;Vote >f t r a man who will attend the meetings, listen\ Hazen .adkd Johns' are graduated led Wrf4ll t with 3 .and f 4} for ; Police. tjepa;) < tment are Chemical Co wlt, ot Lawt..y
from the Bantam League 5 efforts at,the platje.! !Ftoi nt'w.des4lockely!!) for, 2nd place 171-8/ SWA of > :aIornR Ida Rutherford 7.44

to ''your problems, and seek action. {.Branding Iron had to work Pepsi ,Kent, Qraudon was a with Identical l 3-3 records ,atuCoca 8wv1 NW'A -s. NW* of 15 1 M 60'H H Mott (9.92of 10C8-A 150' -of W U'WVj of W of '

hard to earn: .-3 victory In the for ,,4, and Ricky Bennett 3 Cola la lost with 1 win 88o-.NE 6BU Blk 44 Law," !B J

nightcap of the double head for 4, ana Steve Cox 3 for 5. 5 losses. There, are 3 games remaining Ex a tA Cor ofNK of Ry Mid State Home. ,
each > SBli! *. I..... 84.3JT
for team In the 4 of
Elect CHARLES SAWYERSCHOOL \ er..Jjarry Brown a Bantam Cox was on the mound all -
1st and BE% of MBS 1571. -BH of .Lot 44la
Boy pitcher!. last year, made the way for Pepsi.In half the way each 83-4 Of SW% of L .wtey B ofRjr
his debut iri Jr. Boys Baseballby team) is improving, no one NE'4: A. NW14 of 1 Alderman, f.M
BOARD DISTRICT 3 while the 2nd genie Branding team> has] an Inch for finishing SEH by Lying B I 1'71-W IA of Lot
burling: a 6 hitter Iron' came UP with all the of Co Gr B* i-A 43 In Town of '
out 13 batters. Lake in the top spot. & E\ R/W K I SO 7f H' H ,Mott fak/b B of Ry Edward ;Jones 186,41
(pd. pol. adv.) striking necessary runs needed In the *. ,, fff / Uawtey \ .'"
Sohedute 400.B-Lot. 1 A > of
first blood and for the remainderof : 15TS-Lot 45 In
Butler drew
T. I 1st inning crossing the plate. Blk 4 of CorUatta
the lei; half: C Marrero ,7.+))4 oo7rrti f Lawtey >4
the opening Aocuirt !
took a 2-0 lead In 3 times and going on to win Thursday May 23 BPOE SIP Unit 1 T', ..' T'I'.- ,-- Id% KutberforlUuy 1,21
403-A Ixits 1,18 of
Inning 1691-tat 81 In
1-3.
it
This
Iron back game was far vs Coke 5:30.: Police vs South Blk 7 CoriottaDalt Town of iMwtff
Branding came ffiObas.6.00
Tea D
from the slug fest of the first 1 JS of tty: E* that
em Discount :
We care where our product is served. with 2 runs In;) the 2nd to tie one as bqth teams each collected -' 7. 418-One tot In BBJ I I Pott W of Co Ot ..
eN lt,2-all. Lake Butler recaptured !Monday. May 27- Southern Cor of N>4 of Lot Rd Running from
only: 5 hits. Randall McT; ,: vs Coke,6:30: Police BOPQH" 1 W of By 483 Ft ,' '? 8R 225 to School
Beer served In pleasant and wholesome Is the lead 3-2 In the 4th Govern paced Branding 1 onilmat ; vs K & W By 300 FtOn Propsrty Ex R-W l Jj Bendrttfc a...
surroundings inning In the 5th Edward N 64 FtOn Slit 1881-" Lot as DesoIn
the plate 'with 2 hits In :2 7.Thursday. Ed": 8s William
the aim of the United States Brewers Association. And Knight doubled and then scored May 30( -Coke vs "S 1* t Cbarltf Deed Bk S3 pugs
trips. Johnnie Powell Eddy 488-Com 18' W 323 I In Otto 8-u
we are i- always striving to do something about it. on Randy McOovern's single Knight, and Carl Rlherd Police. 5:30: ; Southern vs SR: Cor of SW q( Lot being 100 B .
bottomof BPQE, 'I.CONNER. of NWH On W By 6'NaeNE
to tie It 33. In the "
The USBA is represented by field men around,thee each had one gift. DaMd Las- LOSESUNDEFEATED R/W Hwy II I fn Cor of Lot
the 6th Branding Iron sent Biter and Larry Brown shared Run N on K RoW 15 Mid State Investment
!' ? country'I: They meet with proprietors of establishmentswhere 4 batters to the plate and 3 STATUS 329' for POD COIH, Corp ......
beer is sold. work in but pitching duties with Laaslter Xn played last Friday! J07.8'. S 'i 183-W 3W A of
They! every way possible to went down on strikes one gaining credit for the win.' games 2 it', B 11 Dfll NBVI, of film 14 of

promote a set of high sta ndards wherever beer is served. of them. Johnnie Powell, got Schedule: Saturday May night' Begg Guilt trimmed B 16 .I', s 84 tina 1SS.S3 BW4? A, NW)4) otNEK
on base after being hit by the Conner Insurance 8-5 to hand. W 225.6' To FOB; 85 I It Vorrts Carter of SWU1M 14. 12 It John W Caldwell n."
This USBA effort means even more enjoyable places 28 West Side Park: --Wrightvs Conner their 1st loss of ithe .122 SHU of BWfc -BBU'! of &Bit '
pitcher and managed) to work Branding iron, 2:30: ; Hicks A, SWiJ 8EH It II) 14 I B Wbltebea4 118.64 of 8W% 24 S 22 1* Junes Jackson. II'. 11."
r.:.' for America's great beverage of moderation. his way home with the winning vs Pepsi Cola, 4:30.: I960 season in a real good 534-SH} of NBH of J.t3a-A-oA In 8W

run. Larry Brown, musing game. Beggs enjoyed a 4-0 NE% ft BE'" ofgM Corn )EH;; of R'"

a 1-TWllead, set Lake But- Butler Tuesday: Branding May 23: Iron-4n Lake I lead at. one time but Conner Wr\z\ NE of Being lOG'\ of 3q..E'4 24 8 12 H Mid State Horn..... .

UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INc:. ler down to 1-2-3 order In the vs tied !tI&> In the 4th .Inning.Each NEIL] 210' eSo aa. 81 .1 J B Whitehead *8.41 Inc. 1....

P.O. BOX 273. WINTER PARK FLORIDA 32789 \SSI top of the 7th striking out Hicks, 5. !p. m. Wright vs Pepsi team scored once In the 542-A--Com at tat 1639-1-A :210' Ski In .
L I at 7.BANTAM. of W Line of SW SW Cor of SWH \
of them. The 3rd one was put 5th and Beggs then scored the 'm! of NEK: '! ft. N of BEH 14 8 22 Modern
I out by Steve Wynn making a : LEAGUE winning 'run'in the 6th inning I R-W Line 8 2iS I finance Coma 17.84B
i HAS FIRST NO-HIT In W or R-W 1160' -Lot u DAM In fOr
the
i over-.the-head. catch final inning Conner
beautiful FOB N
.J'In Bk 14-885 15 B 22 Mid State Homes,
:
to end the game i GAME OF SEASON managed to, lead off the inn- 434'. KT lao. ....

+11'.1 \ 1. In the game played Satur- I I The past week's :Bantam ing' with a hit, but the next S98R S&EIII,89ia: H'), 16(13( -Bef SWUNW

League action produced quitea : 3 batters were retired In or- 228.03' N 420' to Cor of

i.o. ;". I I LEGAL FORMS. Bradford bit of excitement.; BPOE lost der and Beggs had ,the 6-5 POB S3 5 11 4 sllsell Henry L fat, hI'' *'." Run S c*100'"SWH for e

County Telegraph. Ph. Its first game and Coca-Cola win and a share of 1st place. 548 -SWU! of NWUJ78 \ 83 I 11 to J B Whitehead 6'..49S 100'FOB, W E'75',7 N*',100'8!

e 964-6305. ," I won Its first as Eddde Blalock Cookie Mundorff paced her H of Lot 2 or to FOB 25 B 12 Mid State Homes.

I threw a no-hitter, and South- team ito victory going 3 for 3. SV4 of BI"f.of 77.0 Ino. 8.81
8EBU DB 85 11 20 Curtis White
r 1684-1 Lot as Dew
Discount
0t ern moved Into ,tie
a In the 2nd game Colonial 824-BWV4 of NWU'! 1 6 11 SO Mrs J B Thomas Eet. (0.40 In Or Bit 14-381 25 8 13 Mid State Homes,
GLASS for 2nd place. Florist' made easy prey of 62s-D-l-W Ino. 8.11

r I t In games played Kentucky Fried Chicken 16 to H 331.48': 018'Ef.t.f. 1665-NBH of NEIL
FOR. EVERY PURPOSEMirrors Thursday of SWH Ex N 100' 1 11 4 WIUIs F. Sweat. 7." of SWH Ex R-W 25 6 22 1Q ;Joe Jenkins But, 88.21
May 16, HOPE won Its 5th 4. Patsy Nettles was 4 for 4 U8-D3-A---Com at 1886-NWH of NBH

game of the season. againstno and Barbara Masters 3 for 4. NE Cor cKW of 'o{ SWH Ex R-W
itla. In NB% Of NBi of LrlnB :B of Klnvs-
Monday
losses played
with a squeaker over games 8W% W 188.48' hey. Rd 23 I 12 4 Willie Strong ....
FOR.; EVERY PURPOSE the Police. David Alvarez limited night Colonial accomplished. fi or1 FOB, 8 100' 1878-1 Lot 100' Sq
,
;;
the Police to 3 singles In two feats In whipping Beggs R: 5100' to In NE Cor of Nli
FOB S 0 M '.U of NTSV: of
Leon SEH
1
:. : sw-- pitching BPOE to victory. The Gulf 11 to 10. First of all they 28-D-3-W l&n' of Sweat of SWH 25 5 12 1 Edmond; Johnson!
'oicy scored their 2 runs In knocked Beggg out of a tie for K 496.48' of NEI. Bt AI '.11
she/ 2nd Inning and then 1st place and gained themselves of 8W4! I ,1& ( Euren. B Norsworthy '.18 1879-SH of NE%
GLASS CO. were 82D784! Ft of oWEH of 8WH 28"S'wTSof 1 II I Areatha Denefleld. ....
"ESe shut: out the rest of the way. a share of 2nd place with 8W>4 of 8WH \ 8B* of

\ 372-431 372-43SJ BPOE made good use of the Beggs. Colonial utilized 12 hits Lying E of Rd ft & <8 8 It 24 George Strong-! ;Jr. $0.871695BY.

1113 N.W. 4th Place 3rd inning to score 2 runs and to Beggs' 10 In earning the Sic RW ft. El 5-8 : of NEH
A In WPtJC205Da of SEH of NBH: It 6 12 8 :Laura Coy U...
Gainesville and took the lead 3-2. De- victory. Diane Cox paced COl- DB 1. SI 13-3/1 Harold Brjnlldn. 13.08 '
Itl0-E 1 A of
Wty
__
.. wane Hardee had a triple Alvarez onial with 3 hits In 4 bats. 2 843-All WU of NB of NBH ot SWH
W\ E of SR 235 6 0 II 'loon AlTarea. Jr. 132.38 74.84
a double, and Charles triples and on an lnside-the of NBH 28 6 11 1 Frances Jenkins.;
8.46 of >
-NH NW 4
frO 4 Green and Joey Thomas had a park homer. Annette Kelleywas of SB<4 Ex That 1743-A Cor-1-A of Bq SWH'In

S single each to pace BPOE. 2 \for 3 for Beggs.In Port W of Bt Rd :fEN of SEH* It (22 1 Esair Bright Jr. 88.01
IU II f Ronald Jeanne
..1'u Steve Thomas, Dana Padgett the 2nd game Conner Insurance Andrews n.n 1781-NWH, ot BWH

; and Danny McKinney! collec- retained their League 684-SWH Of SEH 10 a It 4* Elelc tichociky 129.04 18 of Ft SEH of SW'4& H

\ f 1 I I .. ted Police hits. The loss was lead by training Kentucky 77T-A--Com Int vt of SWH of SBttEx
W Line of Boo 24 21 8 21 13 Ethel M Strong
1 S the Police Department's 2nd Fried Chicken. 20-7. Dottle Sue *. N RW Line of R-W RI.br: g21763B1 ...

-, both to BPOE. Kelly and Carolyn Reddingwere Rd 100 8 75 Deg Lot '75 10&WbylOD'N&

n. In the 2nd game Southern each 3 for 4 for the 01'Rd 196.8 25 Seo to B FOB.on S In NW Cor of

Discount recorded Its 2nd win winners each had an inside- Cont E 210' N 14 "NBH 04 SWH of

It of the season, 9-8 'white the-park home run Dew 75 68"* B 01"110'N as1 p.' SEH\ It 6 22 Billy Drmp .'.I\S\

handing Coca-Cola Its 5th Standings. Conner 4-1; W 210 8 14 ft. 68" 1788-A-1-A In SB

h. 4es consecutive loss. Southern Discount Colonial and Beggs 3-2; Ken- 16' W 810' To FOB 24 S II Le. B Luckett 54.5 Cor SKH' of of N NB'4 of of

came out swinging and tu.cky.0-5. 786-4- 6 in-Lot Crosby 4 of lke Blk 8E" It S 22 1 David James ....

picked up 4 runs the first!. Schedule for Friday May Shore Sells. N. Frederick 4.51 1791-AU that Port
788-0 Lot 5 of Bile
Mil -
p time they came to bat. South- I 24-Conner vs Colonial 7:30.: 6 of Crosby 1.&.... of .NBH of NB 4

ern Discount added 2 runs In Kentucky vs Begge. ,. Shores Atlas Mt( Co 17.151> Als of E All 300 That Ft Port of

while! the sun shinel the 3rd and had a 6-0 lead. Thursday May 27 -Colon- '1811-'. 7. 8-Lots I. NWH'! of NBH
N"J* Make 7 8 of Blk 4In That Lie. S of
Coca-Cola scored once In the ial vs Kentucky, 7:30.: Conner '' Crosby LakeShores Crawford Rd ftSV4
,
.e 3rd. and rolled for 3 In the vs BeaNs 9. Herman. Mettles 35.54 of SWH of

4bh to lead Southern Discount MEN'S FIRST HALFCHAMPIONSHIP $ OR 47.113Dee.. NWH of NftU' \ *
In II 0l n." > Harold Smith S7.08 N',4 Cent of NWH
94. Coke rolled In the 5th for tl1-c-13-Lot 13 of of SW'4 of NE'a
<
2 more runs and threatenedto TO BE DECIDEDAs Sampson Lake Shore Willard Browning 83.35 of SW i
of NE4: ft SE'4of
.
.
.a : n y KI pull it out but fell short to a result of games played M2-SA In SW Cor NEIL 28 eat 84 : In. a
of NE3H of N114a 1c\rn.HI": \
Aw ( go down to defeat. Eddie Bla- last week the Men's Softball. : Beg at NW Cor" .... 111.8k.

} lock and Frankie Stokes shar- League at least the first half Run of NBH a 780-of a NRH 8ir.\ 1804-B ft W-6 Lot-A of* 12 Lot 13 14

t. ed pitching chores for Coke, of It, is still up for grabs. At N 508 5' to 8 RWof Ex Or Rd R-W 39 S 82 28: Olen Oary Bennett 43.11

allowing only 7 hits. Dale Hans this writing Garden Restaurant St Rd 285 1807-Lot 69 In I "
Woodlawn Ex Lot i
had 2 of Southern's 7 hits, Is leading the league Then to Int SEly with on Rd H 100' HW Being. 50'
e t | while George Prevatt, Brian with a 7.2 record, but will Bndry of NR14 of W of SE Cor 89 B 22 10 Floyd Kln. '0."
K NEIL N 426' to NE 1807-A-Bpg 50 W
Johns Ed Watts lIar- have to
Jimmy play Noegel's Owen Cor W 1320' to of SB Cor of Lot
denbrook and Carlton Faulk Joist and Brooker this !had one each. Philip. Brown Either of these three teams fill on RJ 2V on 8 100'. E 100' to
Ely Bdry of NEHof FOB 29! B 22 Helm Barron '81
had 2 of Coke's 6 hits, Joey can beat almost anybody ona NBtt: \ & S'i otNBH Itll-Lot 10C117:

Bakken, Eddie Blalock Kevin given night so Garden baa Ex RWEasement Or Rd ft Lots 33.ft .
10 1 :81 103 Louise K Newman 161.1004814 /
'I. 1r' Kelley. and Luke Powell each It's work out out for it. The of SBH:'! of' all BH Lots of 26.27.Lot 24 1

had one. first half will end with ithe NWH' NE>4 of 39 Woodlawn 80 S 21 7,0 Harold, K. Norma. tGIi 82
In BWH 10 1' 11 60 B: C Dyal 139.28 1832-Ber at SB COP
played and
..6 ELECTRIC games Monday, games played Thursday,
877--Com at SW of Lot 93 Run W
Southern Discount walloped) will resume the 2nd half on Cor of SEH of 170- NW 180', NH
League-leading BPOE 11 to 4 June 4. A meeting to discuss NEH Run E 100', SR 100'. I SW

t' IRRIGATION to hand the Elks Team their I the 2nd half will be held Along Sea For Line FOB too to FOB 21 I 22 Edward. Brown 4.93
Then 1840-A-1-A SQ In
1st loss. Southern played like Monday at the Pratt St. Rec. he\O\ .N 42) Ft, ':. NW Cur of Lot 54 ,
e. a DOES IT BEST the league champs as they Center at 7:30: p. m. All team B Ft W 110 Ft, Ft 9 410 To In Woodlawn 11 B 21 1 Corp.r Housing Services

pounded BPOE pitching for 12hits teams FOB 12 7 81 ME McOIII 7.38 841
managers and any new 1850-Lot 2.1 In '
'
.r 0a with''water ,' 2 of them homeruns. At desiring league entry are required 881A-That Port of Woodlawn 12: E 22 10 Brlnson W. Savage
and citrus SW Hot SWH N
I Supplying cropland groves
_, 8r.
the same time. Discount pitch to attend. 65.17 124.81
ems' ft W of St Rd 337 12 T 11 Herman Hartley
t l' Is simple with an electric-pumped irrigation era Carlton Faulk and Brian GAME RESULTS I 893-WH of SEH'! IS '7 11 84 Paul B Arnold 80.48 lull-N.of NWH%" of*:NBH F.3

system. If s a profit-making production Johns were limiting the usually TUESDAY MAY 14 1084- Alt SWH! E of Of NEt of NWH
., River ft All W% of NWH'!: 13 8 12 II David F. Tyler 88.18
tool. Assures higher-level. higher-quality yields. potent BPOE bats to only Brooker upset Noegel's 14-12 B of 1883-A-Bear at SW
River All
Conserves water too.You sprinkle just the amount 3 lilts Neither team scored with a strong hitting attack. &, Btt of Cor, Lot 1 In F e*t.,-
;tit( until the 3rd inning, (when NWH E of River vllle Run N IDS',
'you need where and when needed. ) Noegel's scored 4 runs In the Es E 40-A 19. 22 100 W. R.. Edwards, Jr. 153.41 B 105', 8 105', W
Southern took a 2-0 lead. bottom. of the 7th inning but 1081-NWH B Of 105' TP FOB 28 8 22 US Finance Co. Inc. ',11

Electric motors for year-after-year of dependable per* f.. BPOE came right back with 3 fell 2 short and suffered. their River 10 4 320 W H Edwards, Jr. 18.40 1887-Lo-te 10, I1. 12

formance will give you peace of mind.Can be controlled ''3 runs to go out in front 32. 2nd defeat, of the :year. 115o neeD-H-1 In Lot or Bk as 1899 EX-R/W Lnt* 15 I laFeetevlUe 35 8 22 15 Scott Strong Eat 1848

by time-clocks or float-switches to male irrigation attomalic / Discount exploded in the 4th Garden whipped Owen Joist 18 FsT 877 13 B 11 Rowland Richards 7." i 15 I 21 11 Julia Whitney: 17.18

(If and crossed the plate 6 times 17-6, but ,because both teams 1312-Lots S, 14 InWoodlawn 19S5-B--Com at SW
4J -and economical. to break the game open. Brian were out of uniform the game 15 8 11 10 'T..ed'1' Natho 17.88 Cor of NBH of
, 1228-E'4 of Lot 10 SWN 314' B
"
V See your equipment dealer or contact us. Johns opened that Inning will bf replayed. N of Bt Hwy 11. 33 ( James. 8 Sapp 10.87 719' to W R/W
: with the longest hit ball of WEDNESDAY,'MAY 15 1309 of SH\ ofNBH of Rd ZOO NLT on

the year clearing: the 6 foot Garden trounced Trlest 101. Sot;; SEH II 6 11 IS Edwin Starling 45.89 W cont Bdry NLT 161'on FOB.W

I r0 fence in left field. Carlton but was able to make a gameof 1342 Cor-4-A of E%In of NW NK Bdry 200' to Co

..0. 4 Faulk had a perfect day at it until the 6th Inning of \ Or Rd. Wly alonvSLT
Or
City of Lawtey 23 8 23 4 J E Wall, Jr. 17.22 Bdry of
4 the plate. going 3 for 3. Ed when Garden broke It open. 300', rclreoo l .
1401-A-N 66.68' of
'ffLORIDA POWER aUGHT COUPANY1 W'.atts.n4 Jimmy Harden- Noegel's, having' a bad weekof Blk 14 In Law. 200 WIT to FOB B 8. S3 John R Davis 128.11

__ MfLflNU OHIO fLOKlOA brook were 2 for 3, one of \ft t,' lost Its 3rd game of the tey W of Ry Clifton N. Freva.lt 71.59 1985-Com at NW
being round- 1440.A-K 66.68 of Cor Tof SEH\ of
w7' -- Jimmy's hits a year as Owen topped them 10-
Half Block 6 In
tlWRun E 850Vt
tripper Steve Fuqua Dale 4. Owen came up with 6 runs Low tey W of Ry Clifton N. Frevatt 3.78 to Rd 200; S

Johns Geqrge Prevatt, and in the 5th inninjr to win the 1471-W% of Lot Wely, alone: Rd84S
10.A In lawtty H Ft tet FOB.
had the other
.Ediwin Conway game. of Ry Joyce B Spell lUll Cont 9 Rd
Discount hits. Dewayne HarI THURSDAY. MAY 111 14 4 lf'39"t."f..Ionl\2.t\ Ft.
w.
I dee. Charl. Green, and Joey Brooker edged Owen Joist t-tf."ol' J.cI.\ id t' 311
collected BPOE'S 31 in XAWtey: ]B of Ry 'Vlna" Iota, .I0..0D. Ft to FOB Ex 1NiZ6 It nextJo .. H dumber IIU."
I Thomas ".3 In a "came played .... ".n on P* fi







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AntiRabiesClinic (From Preceding Page J/ml'rlpU..n. 101ln& 0 t Uowrlptlon) Amount of Description e1

Inwripl'ion Amount of of I ,0x:84Lattd of Tease of Tars'

Set of. Taxes Sec. TwpRge Act tad COltt a Land Hw.; Tw\t. Itgeill3 Ao Owner and Costs nf Lallli See. Twp RC" Ao 0wDiN -.$

Land Sec. Twp Rge Ac Owner and Costa .

For June 1st 355:1-1..1: 5 22.or -Wd! of Lot 1 I 4HI0.A-Con, lit NFl: 7

3fll!l C--Cum SWCor Hlk I 1 In lJahll".n .." '.,, 'H' ..f Illk 10) &: S 20') Cor ', of .>
of )K14 of W'tof NIl) 11 ) 20.0''0 of W'/o of Lot 2 ,trW SW'A o' t d

; HIO ', of HHH 25 -r..t. 8 If Hlk nik 10 L T &: COSAilll Hun W I" N'V r.or ...t

The annual Anti-Rabies K 2lfl' for. POH N 1 III O""loI"lIn N/U.. .f FuriiiBr'B Supply 8a.alI W 2.704 For ,.: ..
j'U ; :
.
Clinic will be held 4Z 5106' 11u01'OH' 430', 101x H/W : It .'{ 0.5.I I I-.I..t 11 or ink 50'' 14 100'.
Saturday, w U! 0 8:13: rionvur Fhuuiftt. Co. DII.91 2557-1".... 9. 18 .ofHlk I, \, t HI III )L. T. At Co. i'1 511'. N 11111' '111 MI" State' Ho-me$coot:;:

June 1, fr 1m 9 a. m. until 12 2USO-Com, at SW 1 In Ullhlllllln '!-" ,.WN,,, Ii Add lllll Kl.imlua 65.1 Poll 10 7 13 Inc. "Tfahtt\

noon: at, the City! Park, across (',.1' of Ifli4( of !!lID '", 1'1.Ulle. '.\ t 49:2.: 7 :l4NM--) w or ruts, 1. 4011-1 I.l 140' Sq .
from the Health I$W % .r NW1,4 A IHI-I.nt:; 16 N''oilrlul" I 2! i.f Blm-k 34 !<... In SW for of ., .. 0:
DepartmentIn I HI nI'Oll N inn! "TOI"2HII' I Itlk' Ililf tk! Ft ,W: & W I Nw", ut NWor\ '-i. or
Starko, and at the City 14 N 8 ) UxhnTgnn: : $/D WUlle (lr..n 8U.4'2U311.4'um Hv Kill Kt N A H MW% 10 1 II RA"mon hail -y ...214441N

Hall In Lawtey from 2 to 4 11111'V amiK 86)1') .'' I In L T &: Con: Add Ki-ni-Ht W Alli-n "111'' ofNWy4
Unf>.. ', 1Ir" .:'
to Purl A KJJ I M4
SN',4 of
rt at 168.30 ,
& 80', N of .. .
p. m. on the same date. other 1 Hlrlp 15' N A 8 | F. r'\ -
(" W ICI :|II| locations in the county will be fur. AI'UVHH to Itil211II 10 6 22 John K: McRnot 11.31 \\\rtl..rNN\ : Inn j, 'i ,.. ; '. '.)1. Of Hlk 21 I In U T. N 0.,. C.. 111' nil 1& 1 13 Cicero. Cole 111.1'

announced later. : -!'!'V, or SWVi 50'. iii 100', W 110' A Cos: Add Li.BU-r J ri-ovat. 181.3 U05-Bpl At SD C..r Iof
of HW/, & HI':'" tu POI 2J: ,,8 23 111111"d, Slotoa. 1:11..11: .. :35110 I ) -n 14(1( 1 Ft of !a' Sort nun N "
County Sanitarian! Jack of HW4VUi' ;1,,'.' 'II,.", ,,.. 111u 71.2n 10 )Ft of Lot 1 & 11.5'' W lUG'. 1:1217.ri' :
Trawick all of V5'4 or =NK" ::'% 28:10-Com: nt 8W K 146 I Ft of I Lot 3 14 106' To
urges j pet owners > &\' '" ;1
of 8\Y !11 ) 6 22 80 W 11 Dukes 173.60 \ '
"nr or N'V' ofw'4 & I 15 140 Ft of N aFt 1'08 19 7 2e Oledys j' IIhlLte" .at
of these areas to: avail them- 2J2-II':, ; : or NE'4 $' Hlln N 44)0Ft I of Lot 3 of /nut

selves of this! service, as! well ur NW 14 11 6 22 10 W 11 Duke 1008, N 1.2:1: Ft. E : !. .",, 10 III N.J. Julius Aild' Miiiily L I'l-ueli.r 15.53 4B30-L"I.. 10.1 ,. 12. k .

as to take advantage of the 31.14-A/:\ NWVi of I50 for t'OII :I511-Itn, :3 I & 4 i.fHlk 11.: or IIIk 14 10.7, U Oladye I lIobater 'I;,
1; 140'f f8WI" EX: N 2011 Ft 1 Jo1: no 11,. 1 In 701111,104Add 4023-1.01 11 nr Blk ..
,
low clinic rate of $2 per animal I 11 6 22 10' Mi.irlH" OvciHtrvvt. 0.28 R 211") (0'1. 1V 110 ',; '.r'/ 3(1435"I... II A LIIWHUII 274.8 14 In City or ,

2142-2 A In SW: o't to POll 2J: 6 2'$. ",. 1J'n,' U. 1' 10.4 I :ailll2! -Lot.. 7. A. !II l Hampton 19 7 18 Oludy.. r Sharer ..1.1:t.n

"While Cur n fK'4 of 2649-L..t 12 or Rik lit to or Bik :an iii 4034: -AA-Reg atS
Bradford County $11' '4 nf. I; 1 In Nat WIUhllll1l '" !
NiU|: li. Perks,, Add JoH.'l.ll. II A Nlilii % ('01' lit NW15of '
had only one positive: rabid log 430 Ft I 10 A W HID Fx NSg ;. "".,IvWllllam AIc1rhl/r8 3,7S M MKUeUnntun 131.6' NI':'4. N 4.8' ToN

animal In 1967, we must remember by 210 Ft N & S 15 6 23 2 W M Harris. 53.05 28112-Lnt, II or Rlk ... :, 3754-LotH 1 I. & 3 It-W' of (1r m,
2143-S''(", of NWH I. 1 ot Nut WIIIIsmx 'I I of Blk III III .1 M I 14: on 8 R-W I:
that we led the state or SW'/j; of NEW. I SID .1. 1linusing 1401'VICP.: John Add.. Kx W R 112:1': W 40';; To I

with rablei cases In 1963," & SV4 of NEST ot rw. Co'p ,, 60.89 BO' of LotM I & :II I I' I. 66.69v tlPI 20 7 13 G Otis C Foriyth. I .u

Trawlck'said. SUM\ of NWV, !Kx! 2BG-I."t!. 8 ..r Bile :.1SI8 I -Com at NKCor 4J50-A-/no* at SB I a
Par on W Side 15 8 23 8% W M\( llarila. 4I.V4 ill Nat WIIlIt,.... ; of 8KWf: Cor or HW 44 of : :;;;
The Health' Department ) n-" M\(aofutile' lteynulde NIIW: \ & Hun W HK>4. W 75' N
warns all !In the 211* MS of HW'i 1'1Ht. 9ea2672Cnm 2511) Ft 8' 05 KtPnr 10(1'' () R 75'. S 100'To
persons coun- of $lV : Mill
of ;;
N14'4 at SW A I POIl Tlit'tl Hoff40B3 10 7 18 Stale H<>m.. ,
ty to stay away from wild an- & 1 MV4 "f HK'/. of e..r or NW\'a'\ .r ..JIIW.t Hun W 100( Ft 4 Ino. -1 .51
jotl I'i of NWV 15 0 23 10 WoHlny M Luke 20.88 . 100 Ft' r: \ N
imals that appear to be tame \ Hun 1 1-1 116. ,. 151I.'t -NH(, of SWI
2141--K 1MB' of W o't for pon. N 2110. 1 BO Ft \\' BO Ft of Hid': ', F.2A: .. '. t
and friendly. 4011.6'!' of HMl, of 1.1. E 60 (o't. H 20Qiio N Ft To I'OB 29! 0 2438II1A F" N 'j'rihJiim' In N W Cor Kx:
.
SWH ot 111'I:I W GU o't to' '' ,\ a u-u 11 15.31 That Port. a: of ('(1 \
of Co Or ltd 11 B 21 3 Juliu D t>uua.r. 07.61 23 8' 23 '" I. ltlo Reynatdx: I list 386,912677Coln : -BOB- 15' V,? 1M 1W.A' 20 7 22 1SH Laura Alexander 1 ..1343010ACool

Y .t K"or \\' & 111)) N of !HK! at NW .
2174-B-Beir 100' N of r
( or or ,' ... Car of W4 of I .
SIC Cur of A 2A NV'4, "n' li IC.I'.J '
r I Triu-t In SWVi of B W li. & Run F. on ; .' I NK'i=" ; of SEW(, of of .rlnr'4Lt' of HWH 1 ? ,
HAMPTONBy NW'i % N '4 Soc Line 780 Ft roW\4h.Ns\ I IIOV I \ H 00' For POM. Sid
\o-/oo'f 60 L
100', S 100' for PUP then N To W now HWV
n 100' to POB 10 8 23 Thomas Discount Co. 7.41 1I08rot'F'i. 100 rot t .:.i.' 10(1'( To note 29 6 21: J Onrili.n Wimor 11.68 221. SW Along W I
Mrs. Kfary Williams S W ,; anon) -Lot s of nik M-W 100', NW To '
2174-C-Ben 100' W Ft to POB 23; ,8 n Mary Lannon Bet: 10484 2 In Butler Crt \V Line of Lot 9,
of S13 Cur of A ,. 1619-Com ftt SW S-D Klmor Thomut 63,34 N 100' To POB 10 7 M Betty J lran4"t.Tl

&&& AAAA".A.A..J 2A Tract' In SWH e..r or N"r '/ :J92I1-SWU of Lot :3 I 4U7II-A-N'j', of !:IE %

of NW" of NB'ithin SW'4 Run N 1(10F'S Blk 12 UaHkinu of NW'4 81 7 83 20 Barry. a, >itiwterr 1'-11
FIRE DEPARTMENTA N 100', W 230 H ,,' Add Mrs N B ncolor 5.61
or C01 -All V4 ofHW4 .
: 'hfl I
tOil( ; S 100', E 100'To
50 } for ,
meeting was held at the Hog 16 6 22 Thomas, Dlnvount Co.1:: S.01 N I 4071-Com: nt NraCor : Lteef NW't .
200 Ft. IP 50, Ft R / I of SW'i' & ThAt ot St "* v i,
city hall on Thursday, May 2188,-Il.t 20'( N of :!OO 1.1. W 5U o't, I,,, ]llun W : H30 Fl nil 18 88 7 Ii S Alma JoUnnon | 7,11505)1All

16 for all persons InterestedIn lilt of S II UK ot 10 POI' aa 8 II Oorlc1ln.'' Smith 1.61, For A POB ItunS ( HWM nfNW14 ,

the Hampton volunteer fire 8'KM' nr NK'/i' 26 7-R (Onlll NW I It''r IIIIO "Ft 'l Ti Ht ItlIII" N of Rv I

W U/W or Hwy nr HW''o' ,14: .. 1 Then" W Along, MX. It-W A Kx !N! ,
department. The meeting was :iol f.r, pfin. nun nut! ', 'I I ll-W to M Son 8H8iii city of
NND'.1'7G.71
attended by councilman R. J. Nlv HlunlV It/W ( : t Linn N b. (li :Pn llHinitiinCOIH 80 7 13 4 Wll r Williamson 0.'"
:...tll.I I WI''' 'r InS :l211.r.5' t.. I'nH J 14 I ).Inn. M Ti POBI0x '
Williams Arnold Haddock D. l.ino of HK(4'( of 75', 101 11:1.75': W r : H-W & :lI.M' -'All HW'(4 of

H. Crawford E. J. Greene NK'4: air.,5' $Iv4OU' 75'. N 03.71i' lu Ups Or 12-i'g 418 29 .6 23 .8 Eugene Tanner 25.118.4141)ACool NW14 It-W Not MX W tty. 4H2''Kx K I
Klv: 261 7' ron B
23 8 22 1\11., Let 33.14 .
Pat Olover Ted Brown. Sey- to POB KX; H/W 18 6 23 4 Milton V Curler SSI.55, 2R08150' nr : NW Kx: I'ar In NK CurIloklg
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Cnr of 8W'/i of 150' Si'I 29 7 13 13VH: .y WIlllamRonHO 0.1It
mour Bailey Wllliard Thomas 4511' nr N 9:1.7': .r > '
2204-(Com. Ht "HMor fir: 'i. S SSV Fur :5050)) That. t Port ofH'4
and Steve Varnum. (' .of SWM of S aU.4' 14 nr Old. ..' '"", "I,3' Poll S 1BO') W of EU u. :
8WV4, of HI14' A L..ley IN, In 1BK' POB Lylntr In ror..12' f
Milliard Thomas was appointed run W IDS' for N1VV7 or SW'4 61203 ,.,'1"I, w Port or SW4> of NK'4 .
:II 8 U' I of llJoJ' 21 8 22 /"I1I1I W Tliumai dO.8U! That Lie F: ot Ht _
fire chief! and Sey- pou, N litIO'. \\ 4 ltd 82ft A. Flo I nir H '
Brown 2 0\ S 600', R 2(10'( I SIae Rewl. q' J 41.77 I 4170/ -HIR2R, .04' P! & of Land of C 1.
Ted .
mour Bailey and:!, '. "t .t '
to POB being E- 211111-C"m lit NW d 1. I' ( 410' 8 of NW Car May 7 2S "1 AMi-rman' i$3.915016ARog
were appointed assistants. Ar- 4-A Of W 7-A 16 6 23 4 Eitene Tylov' 87.0: (or or HW'4 .t .f '" ,, of SIOV' of BUM: ,
1)00') 14!
rangements were made for a 2247--HW14 of NW r 14W14 Ft for&: 1'011 Hun S then 160. ,,71,1>1., .IJ .. .n", '",1 'J. I W I B 08.08'117.21', N S 78' 75'Ti, & 7S51 N of 8W: J
> I
meeting! on Saturday May 25 ", Kx; SA In SI-! nun Fl 200 FI K "' ''u Ii';{; 'V"SO Keg 29 1n/ Owun R Alvait-K. Jr, 77.97 Cw of NKH of .' I .
Cur A Ex 2A In 1 NHW W 150' For
Ft W 200
at 3 p. m. so instructions maybe SW Cor Kx PAr N 611 I.', to I'OU I.'t 'I '.r, 41611-BOK 25(14',( 14] I'OB H lliO', W fill'
ni.no Hit 5 I'U of NW Cor of N 100', g! 50' To ..
Riven concerning the fire c.r 1'1x Il/W 23 41'21 n"lulKh Cox: 13.13 n"u..lull S rvlo." I
an1) 11-217 HU'/J of 8KU: RunS von
) I Kx: or JO 7 13 Corp 4G.17
truck and fire fighting equip- I Kx nr r. 14872.T.H 17 fl 22 32 E K: rrrrymun St.O! 27(11-Cons' ftl NW ,,d' .' on M It-W of 5074R4I,,n, at SW '
( ,"r or H4\ .r ST 140'. K 94.OP.N .
ment, by Arnold Haddock who 1 .' ,\'. I N : of
.
-C.im nt flIP SW'IUn'I
I -- : ( N lilt:) .84' To W :r'.4o D'J. '
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is a fireman on the Jackson- ('"r of SW'4' of 1110 I.'t. H 110 Ft ,94111 : I., ( : ,n', ''PIror Linn of SUM' :' ofSH'4 741)N14, HW N T'l x;;- I''
SK'4 fc Hun, N W W On Line ): o.J' lJiG Hino' ; ,0
'
ville fire department. All FfU1ill; ? lt.f K .
per- 'J'I : N
276 Ft W 187,5for : fin I+Q I'1f,0 1)2 64' To. FOB 20 8 21 0 W Duvln. 125.80 Bo1
sons interested !in Joining! the A roll then F'L N too rrt I 4iJBi: -Com nt RP:! w TOo Poll 30 7 11 K L Benoiih ".7t

volunteer fire department N 228 Ft W 238.7: to 1'011 23 8 U, n ll 1 r. .lI..rll..y. 8.61 I Cur of SMVi of 50IIO-A! -All Itlkn 8 ,
"'nUlh.IV, I 1 11:1!>: FtK 2718-1 lot In SN A N A 0 In Hampton, Henry MoClelUa l4.lt
should contact Willard Thomas 188 Fl I to I'OB 17 6 22 1 Robert L Beam. 72.76 I SW'4 Itun
C..r of N'W .r 9 .1 ; r4W 9 165 Ft W B28 FtH 5113-N% of f..ot H d9

In person or by phone 2271-A "f'l{ ISO.! !' NI'1') '!, .r 8W.F4 b.1I11f ..- .f, .. '-l d, ,, '/ I 105 Ft N! 628 Ft 'of llk 1 WrluhU '1 '
N of SW ('..r ofSKV 1011' N & H To POB 2 Alborl A Clark 67.89 .. :3D 7 13 lUuliard D' Slay LIt
number 468-1577. of NWM, by 50' 1'1 &: W X3 8 U 1 .1 MId. "IH.&to: & houses, Ino 6.81 42(15( -HKV4: of NK'4' 5180-.Corn: on N Side __ ,I
MRS. ELLA I. BROOKINS (runt N 315'. t! 27IO--c..rn: at Nil' \ '," I '' of ,)4W'Ida, ll-W of (o M A K) Ity ::.

Funeral services were held 210', S 1111', W ('or of S'g or HW 'It.. 4"Ii & Kx, 1'nr ,I..HU.. In on. I M loll.". of 1:111',4: -f::
210' tu tog 18 8 23 Albert Tyson Jr. 18.5K NI'I4] tlW'' or Bk 2.1-281 32 6 22 10 Victoria MuFanlilon 0.07 o-f NI4V4' A: Run :.::
for Mrs. Ella I. Brookins in Ituu W 541', 1'1' 144' N :363 Ft Wly 1'10 -
4373 ,
-Cn ,
22S2-11..R' 1760' 14 nt NI4 ..
for 1 I'n (' Ft to lid Sly
Slocomb. Ala. on Saturday ;: Bh S ar Ci.r I of N W 1,4 of .
of NW Cup S HIIO', J Ill. W .r.:1: N Alnnit( ltd 1 HIO Ft) r
May 18 at 3 p. m. Mrs. Brook- )M US"1.:! N (Hfln.I':! IIIII'( 14: 170.5':' ,h. Ir4 HN'.j! '( A Hun H To llv Along N e
841)
ins Is the mother of Orville W 1II17.3U': to I'"" ah4o. hrlrg, III ?py'I' "lit' Fur) Ft W 2811 Ft. tilde of Ry 289 Ft 30733 1. Charles 0 WlllUnuoa 1 .Zl
A
Poll 18 6 23 26.5 Damon Dell 41.64 $14 r'or of ,, I'OB 'I'bnn _' 'J.'
Brooklns and has visited in N1VVl. 4 HUll 8 210 Ft W D13B of RW4nf \ '''I'4 : I
22NII-A-1 I lot 208.7VS. .r MW .4 23.8".. n "' 1r..n" 'IIII"s" 210 Ft N 2111 HW'i' 10X ll-W

Hampton for several years. .(| l.yltiK' In HW ) dlarrlllKlon 67.23 I.'t 10211)) Ft 'J''' I'Oll :1134m 6 22 Frank Chundlnr. 31.30 Ex ail 7 23 20 C. N WlllUipa.
funeral ('''r of NW'4: of 2731'I4'. : NP: aHb .1441 .. . 0187-K'Vi ot W%{ Ii Iior
16/1 '
Those attending the ; 1I:8'\ atf i,, I t e4H "I .11' W 'If '", "a' -H.W 1/4 rn' u o., .. '*- ". team' '
SW/4 18 8 23 JOHHUO Tyuou C8.45:; l'n oP \( NW 1 NWW of HKH 'jJl j : |r'1 H : K'i' 34as T7Z3 to 'John K Kobertevn I 1,11
i from here were Mr. and Mrs. 1/. or NI'4 or S '
2210-W 220 Ft ofNISM \ Par Hold 33 6 23 5 Vli.-tin-lu McFimlilon) 11.11 HI 114-Coin: on W .'
HW\1 nUll W IXM'
E. W. Hodges, Mr. and 'Mrs. J or s W'S, i IOX: H I IIII.G', N 18:1.: ,. 4U7'I'!)-NW'/S' of wiiio or ny -& t ""' / f-i-
Vernon Parmenter, Mrs. Mar- Par (lirMiIn ..r IIK 15' N UI.87': to 'I"' 1 NWVi of MlSti Kx': on Sec Line
23-il: !) & )Kx Par In Hun N on ll-W ,
1'111) Par "Sold; & "Kx .Lot
tha Sue Bennlsh and Mr. and or 40-212 .18 8 23 6 iJorothtr, I KI 2:1: 6 23 J""OItIllrown/ 0.81) Di.no" Of, Bk 20 fit 7)0() Ydn, W 85 Yd" '
Mrs. Orville Brooklns.! Jennie Hull/. 14.75 2117 All I'Hi fJr 640 A Kx It.W AKx 8 70 Yd* to Sue, Line j
NW\1\ or NN4: Not Then Ifl 1<> RogW14 -
I'nr IICHU. or
SENIORSThe 22P1! -That. Port of H'' U 6 U '.10 Edwllrd ticks .
42,27 in SBi: !: of
Bk 2i: 281) 32 6 23 4 Vlctoila FiiKhlun 110.60
ones that will be graduating I'4: i urV 410' ofNKW US3-com .t SW \ : 7 23 A II Kelsey' 10."
;; of 8W'ivvhl.ll 4270-A-T Lot DUHO i
at the commencement Llee. Hwly .r 4 or HUll ND N'4 I1n111W ofNI4' Or 23 Pit 281 226 22 iHlue Mltulioll 103.00 5318\ -All BW'4' ...rI'IW'o4 .
Whirl Lion
exercises in Starke on Friday. i lOr Hwy' 3-229 Ex or H.saent'Jul 1290!' -'V4 A In 810 W of ltd! 100 l 8 23 31 W II Noll man ll.lt
S Hill' ) .
1822DIC I 23 Imtitu Cuiiihiliiu'i, Sr. 23.9V film' r.. Pu ll Cnr of 1 Hit, A III
June 7 are: Ronnie! Blrt -Cum, nt NR (',,i1 "I'1 alo'. N Ujll', SW I'or of 14 V 52 13-A-Lot 46 on

Brenda Brown Diane Brown 'or, ...r vi':P4' ...r"W W 210', H 210' t" ot NW U of NFl! '/. a3 6 33 Alllu White 60.20 IMne: HoinenltoH nt CryHtiULake Lullior It MuDuwel7../l

Eloise Hines Gary Johns Car ''I.', \V' 9l2,3! !' !illyI rOB __ 27 8 23. 11'owu',1! Akrlttle 69.19 4217-A! -1 Lot HK 41
5843 l.irt 52
CO
Ditto Or Bk 40 Pic
I 125' to l-OH. Wly 110'.r Tot .
olyn Meng, Rita Meng, Joanne & Jar In l.lnu 12NB7-ilk 2 111'.1ru'd 122 H"lnK 160' 14&WBy100'N& on Plnn HomnalteaS360 of CryHtnlLake WC Byrd It.ttH'

Slade and Raymond 1108' to '\' Linn 11111. HII Nell: It And'owII 60.0$
l/4! I of W 410' nfNISM H Cont. .35A M .1. -Lots 70 & 73
Thomas. Carolyn Kennan will : I or NW'4' 2022-I( t"r NW'4n :' In K'M'; of NW14f on Pliin on CryHtttl.
"NL NN'N .. /HK14 12 ( 33 John n Dhurl JGO.O.U911 Lake HouionltoaGII02 D AtUi-bury.
graduate from Oalnesvllle! Sly I'nr W Line nKt Bx' N Ion Ft t8' 13 J 3lurgnrnl Hay Colluy 48.89 f HMJ tl.tt
nl 1 H 829 Sly A Lying I
High on June 11. to .a Pt. H of POB. 2328 1 tot n"lnlf N A W of Hwy' 301 -Lou// A 41

PERSONALSIn =Nly" to I'OB 18 8 23 John A Cummings Jr. 18.3& 1225 )0'1. N & Yby Bin! 8 Bv Clminl.niH on Oak of Crystal Julia J Dunloavy. 11.115315Lot
60 Ft 14& W Lake llomOHlte
recognition! of Focus 23'I-I'-N!' 160' of SHOD' Iylul & b"lol 111 N Bv, W MiCuHlIn Iiv Muck., MIly 63) on OAk

Week the Junior GA's had a '" of ]: 220' of NE "or "r W 1yof Hwy I 820 UulI"l" Or con brows 4107' of Crystal' Luke
: '
W 4411' of NE'of NWI4. or !:I4or Homealtee Lyn Campbell (...
slumber party and, weiner HW'4'\ 18 8 22 Jim Cummings 0.88 NWl4 28 8 U lIf..dle. Williams 101.SU 415.1-A: -Lot 6 of :Bill
I I.I III IInr..In: ,: City Emma:, Wllllums. 6.84 : 5324-Lot 70 on OaX
roast at the home of Larry 2291.U-N 150' of SIlllO' 20H1-N 711' 1..11..)! 1 'tII:!,; of Crvntal Lake 4 Keystone Propertle.
: of K 220' Of Lot 22' F1 & W hY'' 4141-1: lot, III N'or \\' r Ino 1.14
HoniOHlteH
Friday -
and Pat Youngblood on .
W 440' Of NK4! of ) OL'N&NDm1141y: ( of Lot 2 of \
night. 16 girls were present SW'4 18 6 22 Harold Cummings 9.88 'V'l1..r 81. 1'1' hY'' -.. Blk D Itun I 1-1! 5347-Lot 45 on Cy- .

with their counselors 22'll-H'! -3 150' of R Land or Slnrehnll '-,. ,., 4'. .' IOB.S", H ) III'' Wlon.ll' till Avu Home. .
N 110 ToPOB Lake *
W
220' or W 440' ofNK'4 hy "" 'ox & Mil
Dorothy Sparkman and Lor- \ of BW'4 1822'I3 6 22 Jack Cummlnits/ 9.28 Lewis Hlk I 15. or Lf .' WIIIUui" I K ItoHHi-r 11.08 nltos Arnold q Umlth.
of It Cox Add. 2B 6 23 CJnlglry lit Hnvis. 8.812999Lilt I'I'I'll-w ,100' of N'i 5349-LotH. 48. SO. 51
410
InfO Youngblood. -K: Ft
NK": of SW'xi Kx: 111 or Hlle of HUM: of NK'JKx : on ystypr..t; fi-f ..,
Frances Lott of Miami is 4A 410'Nq 2 or iwling. Park, : It-W A Kx: /Par/ a .k e
) I Kx
spending! two weeks with! her |:'f"I" HI- Cor: 18 6 33 10 Lottla Reynolds Eat, 54.79 tI/I. 0 D KBruoy" E.t. 1.41) In NW Cur ISO' 1'111' | 318 21 II L ll.u-llcj 1629 Hoinenlteer52 Luulan DeLnuh 515:1

"0:1-\-1.: ..'. 13, 13 :! -Lot 54 on Cypress
parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. 22'KI-A'! : --4A In BMCor ] :I'J/l5-r..t' 1 It N 'fa .
of M 41'')' otNK'l or Lot 8 of. Ulle nf Illk 4 In Soul j of CrystalLake rri' :s
.
.
Lott. While! here Mr. Lott. : of 8W* 18 6 23 i John A Cummings, Jr 23.00: 1 & bills I. 2:to 1. Unto' It.-pint, Kx II Homenltetf William' .-

Frances and Paul spent sev- 2295- 1: NW rjBlf 31 In J'WI-:; I Blk K'4:' of 4 Lot 13 of Cliallim: K &: 5350. -Lot 69 on Cy- 'I.-- ..' ., 1ipr.
eral days visiting relatives In 'i! of :\\tr 18 ( 11 19 Dan Ilankernoo. 77.26 IIk 28 8 n A n Jol."n 68,213000.Com Carolyn FuiuI8.K3'| ... of crystal f HLuks
pr I'eru.
at N'V llomeiltes Ke".toa. ,];
:Mississippi.Mrs. j 22 | -A-I K'4 of NK ('..r .r HW'4' ..r 4 UK I-A 1 IHIHC, "H Ino ;' 1.1-
'/, of SI-3W Kx: AIn NW''Yo Itun N : )leg 810' K: .'f NW '' y
1077) ,
Lot 8 Palm
and Carl 0370: on
Neta Johnson: NK Cor: "Jx!; (Inr of NF."i: "f ? .
) for F1 t
H 18 6 21 Catherine. Dell 24 59 POH of Crystal Lake.
I 160'
Dennison spent last week in 1011'. H 112'. W NW'-i R m loennui Homes tee let Mort5..
Mrs. Merle 2JS5--Com lit SHCor lOll' N 112': to : I 14 '. N Corp ot 'rt it....
Ft. Myers visiting of SK'-i'''' "f r'OB 18 8 It BAwnrd. N flreon 1'.17 250', W 171' To : .1 ., ,
Singleton and: family.! Mrs. NW'Ir' )Hun W )leg :83 ti.n 1 LcHHle Kite 6.18 B378-A-B"mr at NW I .
30111-f.ot 8 or lk"I I Cor of NWtt\ of -
Joined :.194 Ft N I 1HO Ft '. 21.II-IJow: ) lit =NW"
and daughters A In Town or.
Singleton! Orlg NBU\ Run H 450'
K 2'I7! Ft N 825 71.88
M.o"yari .
D'anh.1 It Cor of 5-A Tnii'tIn
them back for the week- Ft B U1 Ft 14 6Ft >5 Starke SK) Cor of NK'/' For FOB, ro 1.orid)
1
to POB KX W 3tflt--Com at EfW W 108', N
,
of : H 176''I/ :
en.-.'' 14 IrudHny. Mrs. .. HUM. 1 OS. To. POB See .
23 'or of A..II'H &
2211''" at 8 ,
1E(1 12:1: 0 Ft. N I7$ W '.
Slade. Mrs aL 73.3d2.17.1H MR''H"n lUx k Per Prop For "
!(Mrs. Gertrude .
: I'Oll/ 34 8 Z3 I
12:1.6' To Mid State llonicnIno. House Wrong Mouiln, aetirkM :
Hun .H. 283.11 10'1. W on
Mrs. Mary : : Lot 2 of +
Edna Sherouse. !l0 Ft. N 2fl2 II "'t. 15.36 Land 1 t U Corp ,_ Ltl

Watterson, Mrs. Leola Sohul- Hlk 1 H S/D In: Unlewood Billy K Chamber 107.33 E 90 Ft to J'Ofl 211 8 U J W "Iruws. Jr 3GI.Of' /ant---V'4: ..f SW"" 5400-WV, of NBVi/ :
NW" .. ., W of H.| Kx> of \ t g 730 ;SrJ.' *
3327-Mm: "r NISU
throp and Mrs. Belle Brown 2377: --Cam 420 Ft V ('or of ('all.t& Huy r' r I'uri'i-lH Sold. 35 6 23 II Maurice A'..... 29.44 Hai 1 !lb,... } ....

spent several days this weekat from' 814 of SW for% ofSW'i A Ne) run, N 2)8.15) l I I .y i.,' U!'l3-A' -Com" nt In. 5475-Lot 4 of Blk :; ;.;'.!
I ,II.. of Wly llW8100.A 1. iii.;
Cedar Key. Hun W 115 Fl N o't. w 112'4, o't. : A of The Haven "
for ron Stun N ., '.. 'I '''' & HIt W son Ex W80' ot
and Mr. K: )115 Ft
Mrs. E. P, Christie S 50 Fit to Poll, 21 8 23 Josephine. Rlloraon: 7,4)2397Lots ) DI.l1: f't. WI)' 155- a'17.73': ;) for POB 8 US' II S 21 Jim n.. Smith f. Lt/
and Mrs. David Kelly of Bossier 17 Ft Hly 7H o't r' JFlly N 301.71'" W .'
Lot 17 of
and : 7. 8. 0A : 1..11 )o't to 2 IIH 71', 8 208.71. K 8471-17- W .Davle .81
Stanley
City La. and Mr. II nf nik ;16n 16.62 1'On 28 8" 3 W'' J Ni)1Aellll 1 141.99! 208.71' Tu I'OB 3ii 6 23 Klliiir H Iti-irrin 95.31 Lakevlew 8-D .
Bit
Alfred Domes ==
Acre C5IO-D-I Lot an
Gaines-
JWs. B. F Christie of Sunny 3:111o-Blk: II In r. T 1 1It 41\311--4'on) NK Cor 28"t
HW'i of Hlk of W'of' HW'/' nimo Or Bk s
the Don Hills on 2133- r'o'" I'll"' 14x: I Douclaa
visited L
ville 214 R 2W & HI4'A H/W Nx: N 16' ot or NW '.1; HIv On M: P* 377 IJutoblaij'at.71511:11I'J'rH..t
Tuesday of last week. of H24ofR3W& Lilt 1 F.I ISo0lrr" 12.11:13:1I1II..t : Linn of W'/j' ofHW'i : 1 10 ::;:,
: :
Hampton Baptist W>* BIH 1. 3 8of .. ; of NW'4< Carl Vollkopf H-I> Jam.. Z Le.. :::aU.O?
The It 3W E VA :' 4 (4 nile 61(>0' 1.11'011./ WI v 5614-N DO ot F. I :: :w:
Church held its Baptism at of Hlk 1. 3 *, 5o.f 8 In 1. 'I' 8 COli 14/1. Clyde Jh.nk'rH'' 5.01 1S3' Ti "14 Hliln,. of 4 inot NE'4' of -:

MiiJake! last Sunday with 18 J{ 4W of Temp l.aww.n, 29H.U/ 33211-I.t 3, 4 .r Ht K.I 10II-A/ HIv HW'i 11: S 2> Clyde m 1 Stubbs ,a...I*
: / 2l t 23 25 II A lei k IIInLT&1 210'. Kly JUL', Nly
baptised. {'OK Hln Mellll Ifllrmon 1'.4. 5723-N 200' of W 'a
being U50-A--Com lit SH POB 22 '
a 7 Nelson Orlfrln 39.11 3.4 of N'/4 of
and Mrs. Owen Bryantof Cor of NWU of 3:12:1-1..1: : 2 fir fIIk ''. 'I" ..
Mr. 462'-I In SK for NF.V 24 S 23 10 Alfred n Walker fOf.ll$

Santa Fe lake were visitingMr. POE SK'iV W 100'35BT) N for 21 IS.Jn 1.T&CO./ .. \of.ltll!\ If"'mon, 8.114 of W',o of NW'4of DO 13: -1 I<"t In SL<] r.....
tlW'Vi I 7 23 1 Harold M
Orltrieet
Hall on Ciw of 8V of .
Lynn 141'. 8
and Mrs. degrees K aau-w B2' .r tole al 20.88 NK'l' of NWVi of

Tuesday. t loir. S 21 degrees POD' 21 6 23 Jennings C Gardner 26.38 3 & 4 or IiIk 1 UI. 4751-Com nf NW NW' Ho I nit IIIHFt / ''::
W 111' to I.
L T & Coli "
Cnr of 1414' of N A 8 by 110 'l
:
2154 Com at 814 for HIt Carrie .Io"n: ,,
.. 11.113JI HW14 nf NK": A I''t14 & WLE
of NK'4' of HWV4 : : -I.." .. 1 2 nr ''Ai- r .. Bun' I.: 410 Ft H ::1/lX/ 50' :25 S 23 T J Alderman. 41.01

TYPEWRITE!. Run W :3I1X.2' to IlIkl"lnl.'I'&CUH FlW 411: Ft N HII31'-Coin, lit 811 e
EZERASE Bond POB", W 46.48'. ,46.8.Nly 24/0 1Ix: W.% J.I" M"e III"rn.'n: NHt.: : B.il; 213: Ft T.. PUN 7 7 23 I Azalea ReBtaurant. 101.Al (..... of 8V'i 4 of ':
PAPER: Mimeo Paper inr.''' 101.2'Ely to POll aINI-S: : 50 F o't of r r..t 476Z-Lot 1 of Illk NW'A! Run N !!:?

Paper. Notebook Fillers. Sly In W'-i of Hlk HI 2 & lot a or 151k421n ,' 2 of LlttlP Holly John Edward 3So. Ft For A .S
Telegraph.ADD Temp I. T & CO''" wood, Kx R-W 7 7 23 Wltkowakl 15.38 POB Run W S..o
Bradford County sJnH2W 2i 8 23 Mr. Emma Slurries 33.982479rots SID Ex H'i' or lot 47DI-Bi'if at NK: CorNW' Ft. N 150 Ft. K h :

1 A 8 of 8 i Carl lIurRt 84.31 ; ", of HK'-i.':' H 8.10 Ft, S Tu S
MACHINE ROLLS niork' 9 otKnlChtB 3341-.1914'(, or fat a f- 1071 6' To Hive POB 23 8 Z3 1 Ulnnle JOA.:1: .U
Clarence F Rhoden 89.0'J fir Hlk 4 In L T' '
aD2504roots 101).A. Sly HB.5'. (0.11-- Com t NW
File Folders, complete line office CDS SID Slid State. Humes My nr.: : Wly :mtTo Cor of Se" 2( A:
Telegraph.Ph :3 t A :3 I of ./ Jno V. It-W H ... S
/! supplies.- The L'am' 1.04 .v11I0. Run 880 Ft For .
Hlk 13 Ex 3a -Lflt. 3 4 or Nlv on K H.\V' A POB Run B BOil : 1
964-6305. J;' In :H Rene Charl.m. L Barnes. 08.77 Hlk 41 .r I. & 'r 1I 1241' K on N Lln (o't. H 105' W BOO t Oeora-e A Cora
('O''" SID f.. 'Dauon'D1.11" ''I.W HI- '.. 1229.2' To Ft N To POB 38 1:3:: L Ortoa rUt

FILING CABINETS Type- 2.1 -Lot 1 of Blk Ida May Tyson" E.01 33HI-I.t! II nr Rlk,. '. I' ,r .. POB 19' 7 U 29.83 Eugene. L, ('ar.... 117.47 :

writer Stand Desk. Chain 14. In N Reno SlS3 > H In" T' COI'J"If 4805-WI.J!; of SW'i j. RE.. KEi L'r'"' :a; :
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JftECXION: 2-PACE SIX BRADFORD COUNTS'' TEUEOrXPfl. STAJIKE! FLORIDA ___ THURSDAY... MAY B!. tags
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lI 6VlIre very glad to report r. ota ar orororonoMoNol I ,ri"
tmt> mps'ovement; oif our pas EL I wlI
Wt. Rev M D. Medelros. He I
alga WwUMsday>able to return to his home THIS WORTH COUPON 18c

4 ityWi I .Sandra Barton and :;
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Ufa. wild/ punki LF:71tI/nA.' ,riIR1,,,
dAWhter, Vicki Lynn of Lake '
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'C4ty. spent from Wednesday f r : Double "On The Rocks"

H&tii':Mon'iay::! with her par I J Rt.,. retail .......................59c
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert( ,.u With coupon .......31.59
Starling. > .
.1.Ju,1e. } James and Richard. L'mit'" 1 Detergent of Your Choice" r Yh rA Nle' Coupon. Good. Thru Mov 29rib
Crtbbd. of Alachua: spent last wlh! 5.00 or Mont Purchase -

week with their grandparents Excluding.. Cigarettes. S: ? ?'+,.
Mr. luid Mrs. Gordon Jones. r /
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Star o0D THIS COUrON
.IIDI''-hnd: daughters. Sandra }l NI WORTH $1.00
and Mary and son Craig, and dt wr itk(urchin d rII.....,...,riberlbn'

,graf, daughter: attended the 3 Salad/Serving Set
graduation of Mr. and Mrs.S .
tar I I n g 's son Robert JINN.Dixie' rroit... INC.-Co/YRIDNMIII, Req. recoil ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. $4.49

tik.m,.his basic training at Ft. y a, With coupon ...... .$3.49
g. Ga. Friday.
I Coupon Good
!!'r'.. Rudy Sapp and Mrs, Tfcru Mey 29riiW.th
,t "Sapp were visiting Mrs. r '
II.LLL101Aioq Padgett and baby son d'
\ fbchua General Hospital 1
c> ay night
Ela.ltfur 1 ASTOR; Lmd On.CoAee nl Your CM .
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and
Mrs. Bowe41aby
ai \ Jimmy $5.00 or More Purpose Excluding C'oareHe'
and Mr. andi, Mrs
"Leonard Noegel and son spent /I r C
,4fe ?w ekendJn, Flagler Beach 48
Congratulations to Mr. and __ oeoeoeoo oooI
IJMjif; Elwood Padgett on the .
I Ib Con FOIGEIIS Land, One' Cc tfo. cf
arrival, of a son Thursday 1 inrAlacta.ua w | > YourChoiea With $5.00 or Mort Purefiaie Encluding Ci8or" s

: General Hospital. Pa- , ,
-lernal: Grandparents are Mr. COFFEE.
sul43/ :Mrs. Loyd Padgett. .58
rwgigs; : and Mrs. Harvey E3i-:: . . .
and son-in-law and .
11.0: THRIFTY MAID
\\ghter\ of:Jacksonville were
..Y.I'1f1t1nl Mr. and Mrs. Tate Al- (l I

,wka3e2 Sunday. CORNED
...Rev. M. D. Medelros was at- hrifid L BEEF. 39
.tehdlnii. to ,business in Ferry .
":11 oCiday.tn4'\ .
!; and Mrs, Kenneth EUx- tA 9Pk. DIXIE DARLING FRENCH 30'oz. CRACKIN GOOD 50 FAMILY FAVORITE CREME
lIPn wand children were dinner I '
fists of Mr. and:! Mrs. Bobby olls2/ Scrndwich3/$1
;;gsDy and Mrs. Marie Ellxson I _
'10 01 DIXIE DARLING CAKE
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Gainesville Sunday. BAR BOUEVt

t':,j'/MrsJ/,hef Fred daughter.Johnes Tammy entertained on- _-----J--_ Angel food 2'" Bread. 2/4'

c3 Ke. ';'BtJ<1} birthday anniversary .
,vflufa); party for a few of her '02. CANNED ALL FLAVOR 3"" lb ROCKING HAM WHOLE -'..
fjfrlendst} }: 1 Gaff ea were played aim INIS..IO/79* CASHED < No. JUJ Con ASTOR FRUIT No,, 303 Can THRIFTY MAID WK '. j

l\:'fcake apa.r ajid freshPlents ice cream of were birthday sere / PEEP SOUTH U or. CAMPFIRE G33G1EM.89 COCKTAIL! .......... .... 5/$1 CS CORD. 5Dep. /$'.

>d"by: Airs. Johns. ?Ida DEL MONTE PINE-
PEANUT LARGE SECRET
BUTTER..19 ROLL-ON .
'.:JMr. sand. :;Mrs. Loyd PadgetSpent :: t MARSHMALlOWS..2/49< P APPLE JUICE.
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'.the weekend with relaHlv's"ln 4 Rail) Pkg. VANITY FAIR .. ... DEODORANT 78*
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DIXIE
o DARLING :
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Palmetto.Lo"Mr. or.:THRIFTY MAID
and Mrs. G. L. Sapp BATH 1155UE..39< CAKE MIXES..4/$1. TOMATO LARGE VASELINE
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;and grandchildren were shopIn IB'ARROW JUICfc.....41., HAIR TOUR 5f,
15 01 MUSSULMAN'SAPPLESAUCE .
Jacksonville Saturday 4. or. GLENN FARMS STEMS & PIECES
:A: 1'ge are sorry to report7taymgnd that ALUMINUM FOIL........ 49' 5/I. IAUSI1I10 PINTS WHITE RUBBING .
Hess is a medical ......... OS..4/$1. ALcfl3aL .8Z9USDA *

lent, in,. Bradford County .
M pital following a heart atfl '
CHOICE WD CORN FED BONELESS STEAKS
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{ Virginia .Aldrldge ofTampa
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ana Mr and Mrs. 1 DELMONICOSlA., $1.39
Edwards of Gainesville
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V}s1Ced,! Mr. !and Mrs. G. L. : CHOICE W D BRAND CORN FED POT USDA CHOICE WD BRAND

fiai3j lljllrs.>: Sunday.Sara Alvarez and __ r t q y ROAST U. 69 TE CORN FED.59

Laughter. Miss Ruth Alvarez.spent .
the weekend with Mr. _ ____ ___ _: .
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BRAND BEEF SHORT .
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Matthews In f//,Ib. '
Iinf'Mrs.!: Bland W D BRAND GROUND CHUCK OR All MEAT -:

Daxtona*.r.rr.: and Beach.Mrs. Lawrence LaHftache h __ RIBS. LL 39 STEW.I99sY
: and Mr. and Mrs. Jack J
) Ward of Crescent. Oa. were W 0 BRAND LEAN .Plui ;
100 Free
'weptend' ( ::. guests of their parents W.' Stomps_
Mr. and Mrs W. C. '.19 1 !
Ward and attended Homecom. ,
lqi.rat/ Oak Grove church 1 .
Sunday. 10.Court BORDENS CANNED a
t qtr, and Mrs. Jim Conner 2'Ibt. SUPERBRAND COTTAGE ... .
i Of-Oainesvllle! were guests of .._____ o BiSCUiTS. 9'
Ji Ey-and Mrs. W. C. Ward tC CHEESE..59'IW
Sunday< afternoon. !la 8.
.a 01 SUPEI1BRAND SLICED AMERICAN
'MJrs. Freddie Watterson and MILD DAISY CHEDDAR
Mrs,v Pete Barton and son .. CHEESlt..394 I l<
George; attended a bowling < CHEESE.LL69.
league in Orlando Sunday. : -- ..
..Congratulations; to Miss -- 4
llnda Lyons GregOry Alvarez
and,:aeorge Browning who
wjlit> ,'soon graduating from SL"iCED iTT

Bradford High School. BACON. ..59
J.M1.and;;: Mrs. Harold Alvarez .
entertained their son Gregory FRESH QUARTER IOIN SLICED _
on hIs 18th birthday. with a .
skating party at the Lake < _
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CHOPS..B.59 _
Butler skating rink last _
Thursday' night. About twenfive _
FRESH BOSTON BUTT PORK _
t#<- young people] enjoyed _
tbe':evening with Gregory. _
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ROAST..49 STiiK
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4 r : dvl VIIN MWWM GREEN,,CMlMM.STAMPS MM MmMAMI7 .. I I _d'g._GREEN. LlAif! !.. SHRIMPCREOLE _
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Charley '. 0000... THMU...... .war,-.,...29 "'a ." ... .. !/. ...1 "
....;.-... ..... :-:''':' -:: Oo*. OIXIAN' / REGULAR CUT 'I _"

.".1 :r.:EIIt" .. : "EX: ;'; i .::1;: .uU"EX..R A. GRIM BEANS 15" ........ .. ..
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GREEN STAMPS
l, JGhns'd, dx 'U GREEN STAMPS HANSCOMB FRENCH CRUMB OR ASST. Ofn. 1 11b. Hg., MRS FILBERTS PU 100 Exlra Slump, w.lh. Coupon .i 'XR; : : 1

;,,; : ...... r j' +11 MIL TWO AUTie' aO'OZ CINCLC..A"J. .Nlar Ilnrelrrrlhr.r....'. | CUP CANES$1 I. : I I d ...GREEN.!' !..STAMPS. :;
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.-ITTAbout'>' 1: 11.='! White Acre Peas .._ ..- Tar. ur, :' I <01. II8BYS LIMEADE OR Margarine 41$ I : *'21 VOUR. l-t.. PK.e.. 1
'\this question", : OOOO... THHU..... .MAY....,...2B I "" .. M"' PILKRT.Margarine :
rop/ ,, :: :.-..-........ .......:...... .u: I w., ....... .: :.:-' :: ... _.. LEMONADE........ 8/$1. 1 I ,a,ll" .,. :.
GOOD THRU MAY !
I loose ia i in
VOur yacht broke PEPPERIOGE :/. ...... ...
filorm last summer and : I .. FARMS ALL FLAVORS ................W. .n ....r:
wa*",-wrecked: on a rocky : I .dx,,..,!SltJA-a !! !! MPS'IS ..r" I. dM_GREEN! STA MPS LAYER CAKES ..-'''' 79'' FRESH

shores Our neighbor lost j #' TWO .-KIN /.KO.. Too ,.,. 9 oi OCOMA CHICKfN' BEEF RY':: .
Mb' boat In a exploBion" :, /1,4H, .OLD KINft' ....\. ,nrlY /rA1H CUCUMBERS..5/39.C
the (gas E. : 1::lMt. Onion Rings 1 .31"( e...w1-'1 .... u..i'I MEAT PIES..10/$1.79 I ,.
:: Does Charley ; 9OOO THRU MAY .. :- I '

[ JoKiis:'Agency: supply all 'atirBkt L.......... _:::: ::'::::.:...._' I;'. ow ..--_. :: .:.-:.:::-: poWEsrr,2i.POTATOES: I Ill 1 0 79''""
insurance: on typesof : //.ee1..e..e.. ... BAG
and motor boats?" IEX.--R 't eXTRA.: 21b. p
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.lley E. Johns 9-or PKOC. .A'1.... ," ... ,: PERCH STEAKS..u..o.99 CABBAGE, .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 2 HM 2 9"""
3 n"''Agencya13is.! i { JRMIMA : N 1 THUNDERBOLT BRAND CHUNKEEJ JUICY SUNKIST .
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Walnut St. : MAV a. : 0 ,,1 l U SHRIMP $1.99 LEMONS *
.............. .. 2/39 TOMATOES <
PHONE 964-5070 ....... ..... .. ... 39
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