Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03835
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By Keystone CouncilAirport

Miss AmericaIs


Hunting Club High Point

The Keystone: Heights City' The lease approved Tueftda\)

Council passed approval 3 to 1 includes stipulations regardinghe ( Of Fair

on a four-year lease of city air. use of firearms on the city. Opening

park lands by Keystone Heights owned airpark property and I

Sportsmen's Club, at a special other provisions resulting from

s meeting: of the council Tuesday efforts by the present airport

night committee headed by Roy Wat-

." The approved lease denotes kins, with hunters and flyers BradfordFair
property description of lands (toward "living together" on air 1-

used by the hunt club prior to park ]land; but there remains I"

the controversy between the !SOme feeling of dlsscntlon expressed

hunt club and 1968 Council airport by pilots who use the Tops

committee, and subsequent airport facilities and 1968 airport -
ousting of the hunt club from committee member Coun-

the airpark property by a 3-2 cilman James R. Cook over ( IE. ItE j

Jj1L council vote. the designated of acreage amount to be used and by]location t Solon SaysOne

the .hunt club. ,"
4 charming visitor,
ForgeryRing The lease, based on one dated Judith Anne Ford Miss

June 11, 1968, allows the hunt ,
:; America of 1969, made
club use of approximately 2,200 '
yr Wednesday the biggest
acres of the 2,700 acre airpark
; ''
/: IsBroken deeded to the city of Keystone opening in the 19-year his-
+ Heights by the U. S. Government tory of the Bradford

\. .,.,.. X after World War n. .. t. County Fair.
't. Property description in the Sunny skies prevailedfor

:" hunt club lease denotes: All the first time in four

property and Improvementsknown days for the opening.
'\ A brazen forgery ring nu as Keystone Airport ex-

been cracked In Lake Butler cepting that enclosed by cattle Hardly anyone braved the

with the arrest of two men sad fence: that by the entrance mud, despite 150 loads of sand

MISS AMERICA OF 1969 a woman Union County Sheriff road from SR 100: by the :hangar "A fair Is not a fair without a teddy bear," Master of Cere hauled In by the city and county,

John Whitehead said yesterday. and the Camp Crystal area. monies Bud Mlrell: left, told pretty Strawberry Queen Cathy until Miss America appeared
Whitehead said the trio is Stipulations regarding the use Whitehead he this just after noon. Then a
Judith Anne Ford us presented teddy bear to her "It& almost
charged with operating In both of firearms: crowd quickly gathered before
admitted later.
made Cathy
Union and Alachua: counties as No shooting on any runway cry the speaker's stand to get a
they passed checks with forged extension: no rule shooting "I'd like to thank everyone fur this past year You don't closer look at the most beaut-

.signatures of prominent farmers within area between westerly know how much It's meant: to me" the 1968 Strawberry Queen iful young lady in the land.

A and merchants In the area. taxi-way and SR 100; No shooting told the crowd.Beauty. Six thousand people had filed
Pretty Friendly Charged with forgery and within 300 yards of any taxi- past the front gate of the fair-

uttering a forgery are three way. grounds by 3 p.m.. accordingto
Contest Fair :Manager Pete :Novak
Negroes, James Fairley, 25, of
Watkins said the lease Includes
..i -if Alachua and Walter Morrison most of them to see Miss Ford
the stipulation that a who occuppied the Baldwin
17, and Barbara Jean Reed 20
liability Insurance policy of no Chevrolet exhibit
moth of Route 2 Lake Butler; -
Ail-American GirlBy less than $300,000 dollars, for Will for two hours and handed out
All three had approximately HighlightBig
the protection) of the city, remain autographed pictures. She also
$500 in checks already madp
in force with premiums to charmed visitors for several
cut when they were arrested, be paid by Sportsmen's Club. hours Wednesday night.

LINDA STABB Whitehead said.. Sportsmen's Club presidentDon Fair WeekEleven :North Florida Strawberry
More than $700 in forged
Telegraph Reporter Morgan in previous discussions Queen Cathy Whitehead snipped -
checks have in thus far,
come with the Council had a red ribbon to officially

The prettiest girl 'in the land visited the Bradford County Fair yesterday.
While Starke'' and Bradford County are still not household words, a lot of people (Continued On Page Eight) (Continued On Page Eight) for the title of Miss: North! Flov- highlight of the 19th Annual be spread so visitors could

are hearing: about them because yesterday was the day; Miss Amrica came to Bradford County Fair and walk without getting their feet
town. Springtime: Festival this Friday wet.

Conscious of the Image of he feels like a rat or something .akee, DI.: the '.17th Rockford UF Is WorkingOn night.The title is currently held by Rural-Urban Day ceremonies
Miss Cathy Whitehead of Staike. including the
Miss America, "it's a great ,III.; the 18th, Clearwater the annual fish din-
honor and privilege (to be Miss Posing at the FFA exhibit 19th'' Starke; the 20th, .Des- She will crown the new winner ner and a speech Secretary'

America) but.It's also a big which featured baby chicks,Judl Moines. lowai the 21st. New tomorrow night. of State Tom Adams were delay -

responsibility. Judith Anne made faces and giggled and indicated York City; ; the 22nd, Nlagra The beauty pageant annually ed until 11:30: until more sand
'ora is poised and posed before that she'd hold one if could be hauled in.
Falls N.Y.; the 23, Oaklawn, attracts a capacity crowd to
the cameras, wetting her the photographer Insisted but Cisco,. Calif.; and the 30th, ProblemAt the cattle show ring whereit The Rotary Club purchased

lips and tilting her head Just rally she'd much rather not. -back to Atlantic, City; Wss Fly Is held. A contestants' dinner 700 pounds of mullet for the
dinner and senedbetween 1,000
before the camera clicks.
America headquarters.It's scheduled at 6 p.m. Fri.
and 1.500 meals, according to
In between the clicks the poise This reporter talked with the traveling that Judl day and the contest finals are
remains but the pose is droppedand Miss Ford and her ever-present 'enjoys most about being Miss of Bradford set to begin at 7:30.: Fred Glenn who was in chargeof
she Is a pretty, friendly, Judl handed out America. On the other band the request big was two-fold: to bring them sity's poultry division; K. S. the huge lunch. That is more
unaffected 19-year-old girl withan chaperone as \ nibbled the problems Inv6fved In traveling county Extension Agent George (University of Florida personnel McMullei, district Extension fish that was served last >ear,
autographed Huggins, some member of ) to date and to let Sen. Glenn said.
easy sense of humor. up agent; John Strayer, entomo-
dranka (
half a hamburger and misplaced- luggage, delayed the University of Florida Extension Saunders know what the University logist Lewis W. Sheumaker, Fair ceremonies were covered
Asked to go the the livestock Diet Pepsi for lunch,and posed flights, packing and unpacking Service put their heads is doing about problems ; director of the DivIsion b\' two television stations

barn for come pictures, JuM. .. for pictures. ) are the aspects of the together last week to discuss connected with the poultry in- assistant of Sanitation, State Boardof from' Jacksonville. Channel
Working as chaperone this Job.that Judi likes least the and I its Missmerlca at her
shuddered a bit and admittedcows poultry industry problems dustry. Health; and Sen. Saunders. 4 met
are not her favorite month (there are two chaperones -. Attending the meeting held at Huggins reported Dr.Harmes a plane earl \\ednesda> morn-
animals. As a matter of fact, who alternate) Is Mrs. Miss America and her chaperone Huggins requested the meet. 10 a.m. the 13th in the officeof pointed out that flies and other ing. Channel 12:! camermen were

she said she was not exactly Jean Dishongh of Atlantic City each carry two pieces of png following the March 5 meeting Dr. M. O. Watkins, Jack problems related to the poultry at the fair and were in the

a big animal lover. N. J. Between the two of them lujntaae -- a large hanging bag here in Starke of state Trawick, Bradford County san- industry are not confined to process of shooting a half-

Judl didn't have to go neara they gave an Insight into the and a suitcase packed with and county health officials and itarian; Dr. Joe Busby, ass- Bradford County and said that hour color film, including shotsof

cow, but she was asked to bob t I life of Miss America. shoes, purses and' similar State Sen. Bob Saunders. ociate director of the Exten- not only is the University work- q_ Miss Ford holding a rab-
a rabbit. bile gamely took the Items. "One of the biggest According to Huggins, purr sion Service; Dr. Robert Ing on these problems but it rJ bit in the livestock exhibit,

little rabbit the camerman problems Is that we go from pose of the March 13th meet- Harmes. head of the Univer- -is also keeping in touch with to be shown in about a month.
wanted her to hold and between Being Miss America"Is more climate to climate" Mrs. Dis other states which are work- "This is without a doubt a

pictures laughingly commented: work that I thought. It's not hongh commented. ing on solutions. top fair," Sec. Tom Adams

"Isn't he cute. If he Just as glamourous a life as you Answering other questions, stated in his brief address.

didn't move. When he moves think. People ask me, who Judl Ford said: 3.35In. Of Rain Muggins said it was brought "No one can argue about the

does my hair, washes my 'out that flies are not the pro- quality of products on display

clothes and "things like that. -- "I've found that people blem but the result of the pro- ..... .. ).... ..". whether it be Cath.\ \\hitehead.
I do -
it myself. .. .. -.- Judith Ann Ford, or strawberries -
throughout the country blem -- the disposal of waste ., -" .
Mrs. Dishongh describes the are Falls In 4 I.. "'-' ... ," Adams stated.
schedule pretty much the same. They'reall DaysThe products, mainly manure. Hug- 's:4 tr.{
for visits to beauty leaves no'tlm nice and friendly." gins told The Telegraph that r. ":" .. J-.1c> Agriculture adds I 114 mil

FINAL ( Miss America can't parlorsand take -- "When I was little I use one of the problems is that '... ..ZI.... _.. lion dollars to the Florida economy :-

NORTH FLORIDA advantage of to think 'Oh, maybe someday Rains making Bradford a 50-year average for ,the the poultry industry is grow- each .ear, the secretary -
wigs >
or hairpieces Miss Linda ThomasSubnuttmg'
7T11 be Miss America ) faster than research.
but March in Bradford ing pointed out. adding that
because Toni! is one of her wet and soggy place for the an- month of
I never really thought I would." Inches according However, Huggins said that form this "It is Imperative that we con-
STRAWBERRYBEAUTY : nual county fair and Springtime County is 3.07 entry
) and her few
sponsors gives -... When she graduates from research is continuing and that sider the role of agriculturewhen
Forest Service. \ four contestantslllary :
to 'cI'k1'1'
Festival have totaled 3.35 inch \ "
year at the University of culture entomology lab in "Problems of tin cities
; so
there five woods fires in high School flirt
to the Florida Forest Ser were
schedule is very Gainesville is working
busy. on a dominate
the that
news we
Southwestern Louisiana, but the county which burned 44.5 rimncr-up in the Qa.nejulle;
Most days she's either traveling special program for Insect-
vice.Dirt forget how
important -
PAGEANT to or making appearance. will flnjsh college at the University roods In the county axe acres, the worst week of the icides for use in the poultry Junior :MJS\ Pageant agriculture Isdams
of Illinois at Cham- "passable, but not the easiestIn new year. 41 l Diana Allen :20.: member\ of
There are some breaks of two Industry and it is also workingon said "1 assure' you the role
plagne) she wants to "teach There have been 38 'woods Delia OmlS.'OI.it' at theUulrcrstty
or three days. She was off the world according/ to R. the eradication of house of agriculture in Florida's future -
for two weeks at Christmas. physical education at the high E. Jones, county road foreman. fires!. since Jan. 1 this year wlOh files. of Fh.wld.au\\ .1 will be fully explored and
FRIDAY 7:30 P.M. school level -- Then get married burned. Bract Hitihlloimcominn
: probably the wont gravel rood a total of 142.7 acres former Pompano developed."

She does get home Belvidere, someday. In the county is the Forsythe That compares to 71 fires! AirIng "The University is interested Queen. .

111. at least once a month but On Road wWcfc parallels 8R100south the same period in 1968 in this thng," Huggins said. -D'bl'lJ'an Joidan. t M.! aUF Commissioner Introduced of VvlculmrclX :Sec,
sometimes it's Just an over:, -- being a celebrity: of Starke. :Two CATS had rMllcb saw 480.8 !acres burned. "It will receive continued Interest Miuteiit and also a number\ >le Conner -
'at's a lot of fun buy you have Adonis, terming the seeretara )
to be pulled from. It Tuesday.Jones. This is not the end. of Delta tlnmma Sorority and
night visit This time of the adnilnistrwor
to get use to It The disadvantage valued and effective- -
quarters, measured .9 Inch. Whatever can be done will be nn rah'y in Hie Alss: Uulrlty
Contributed the schedule little will
Thifl Space year gets a Is that always, and "one
you .vou
The road foreman urges residents the Santa Fe Tower .8 lathes done," he concluded. of .''''1'111.lIh..+l I.
Weekly to Publicize busier. have to look good If'ou get hear a lot from the not too
to use the gravel roads up to catch a five o'clock flight. distant future. Conner was
Community Events by have have only aa much as necessary. Laiwtey .2 incbee.Decnasln.r Prior to the meeting, Sen. UF aliuU'Mt" member" of
Her March schedule speaks you to your eye makeon a pa rent l>' referring to Adams,
for Itself: March lst.2nd.3rd.- and all. Smiling gets The elow drizzling. rains I.11I.sweek cloudiness was the Saunders told The Telegrpuh V"It.l1t'h. \ t Delta Sinvuty and orposed bid for governor
The CommunityState
Columbus, 0.; the 4th, Atlantic a little tiring In parades because have left the roads in forcoat for Wednesday end ehc- in a telephone conversation that J ltil: Space Uo\\l Queen\ .\islse.Hed the
Bank N. J. the 5th Belvldere.HI. you don't have anybody wers were predicted for Friday he was "very pleased" because on speaker'sstand
City, ; WandaPirt.ttl. .
driving Earlier entries me \ : were State Sen.HobSaun-
to smile at." the Forest!; Service said. he had not had to call the meet-
.; the 6th Jacksonville; 17, Lnko Butler: Mls-' ders, Strawberry Queen Cathy
he sld. During the week of (March 10- ing. "They are moving on their
the 8th and -
the 7th Jollet.ni.
Accounts now Insuredup ; "Most people tsoa't thuuc cs Htt.fe Smit:11.! :: University Whitehead, Chamber of Com-
8th Chicago, 111. the 10th, Pe- On the first day of the rains, n, the New River and Louis own," he said. "Thev're culling -
to $15,000 byFederal ; of Miss America mm a real 'which Hill towers each recorded 2.3 together all these people of KlorUla.( Gainesville\ : Slur>'u t erce President 1.0,)r.. LaMer -
orta.ni. the 11th and 12thDe- began about midnight
Deposit Insurance ; person. rye had tiwte come KI'IIII! UF' ; Slieryl Swan Fair Association Pres-
Inches: of .rainfall. Santa Fe was who are related to these pro-
Mich. the 13th and Sunday each of the three
trait 14th : county
Corp. ; up tome. and stare at.... and close behind with 2.1 indies. blems. I'm optimistic. I thinkwe're :20.: \11": Linda' Thomas. 1 19, ident Frank llllams., Rev.De-
Birmingham, Ala.; the 15th, 'Ob fire towers. measured 1.4 incises wilt Farabee. minister of the
say, Strtck-
nod Sharon!
Ardmore, Okla.: the 16th,Kank- real. 11I7, I gosh. you az 'of rain. Monday the .Mew River County Average for the week going to get some. results. Jaekoiivill
." (lContlmu\l! Oil Pace Eight: )
laud Ii. M.uvU'imy.\
Tower, at Forest Service Head was 2,23 inches

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t ri K., #1 By Keystone Council Miss AmericaIs

i Airport LeasedTo

Hunting ClubThe High Point

Keystone Heights City The lease approved Tuesday:

Council passed approval 3 to 1 Includes stipulations regarding Of Fair
on a four-year lease! of city airpark 'tihe use of firearms on the city- Opening

lands by Keystone HeightsSportsmen's owned airpark property and i iij1 I

Club at a special other provisions resulting from

meeting of the council Tuesday efforts by the present airport
t+ +, night. committee, headed by Roy Watkins -

rerr The approved lease denotes with hunters and flyers .. BradfordFair
property description of lands toward "living together" on air ,...

used! by the hunt club prior to park land: but there remains

the controversy between the some feeling!! of disscntlon ex:
hunt club and 1968 Council airport pressed by pilots who use the Tops
committee and subsequent airport facilities and 1968 air

ousting of the hunt club from port committee member Coun- t

the airpark property by a 3-2 cilman James R. Cook, over (
council vote. the designated amount and lo- Solon SaysOne

cation of acreage to be used by tj"t
the Aunt club.
charming visitor,
ForgeryRing The lease based on one dated Judith Anne Ford, :Miss

June 11, 1968 allows the huntclub America of 1969, made
use of approximately 2,200acres .
4_ r Wednesday the biggest
of the 2,700 acre airpark
.! IsBroken deeded to the city of Keystone opening in the 19-year his

f.' Heights by the U. S, Government tory of the Bradford
after World War n. County Fair
Property description in the Sunny skies prevailedfor

M hunt club lease denotes: All the first time in four

r property and improvementsknown days for the opening.
A brazen forgery ring has as Keystone Airport excepting _

---- been cracked Lake Butler that enclosed by cattle At. Vii. ,t Hardly anyone braved the
with the arrest of two men anda fence: that by the entrance mud, despite 130 loads of sand
MISS AMERICA OF 1969 woman. Union County Sheriff road from SR 100: by the :hangar "A fair Is not a fair without a teddy bear" Master of Ceremonies hauled In by the city and county,

John Whitehead said yesterday. and the Camp Crystal area. Bud Ml/ell, left told pretty Strawberry Queen Cathy until Miss America appearedjust

Whitehead said the trio la Stipulations regarding the use Whitehead us he presented this teddy bear to her. "It almost after noon. Then a
Judith Anne Ford charged with operating in both of firearms: crowd quickly gathered before
made Cathy admitted later.
Union and Alachua counties as No shooting on any runway cry the speaker's stand to get a
"I'd like to thank fur this past You don't beaut-
they passed checks with forged extension: no rifle shooting everyone year closer look at the most
signatures of prominent farm- within area 'between westerly know how much It's meant to me." the 1968 Strawberry Queen iful young lady In the land.

ers and merchants In the area. taxi-way and SR 100; No shootIng told the crowd.Beauty. Six thousand people had filed
A Pretty Friendly Charged with forgery and within 300 yards of any taxi- past the front gate of the fair
grounds by 3 p.m., accordingto
three way.
uttering a forgery are
Fair :Manager Pete :Novak,
Negroes, James Fairley, 25, of Contest
Watkins said the lease Includes most of them to see Miss Ford
Alachua and Walter Morrison the stipulation that a who occuppied the Baldwin
17, and Barbara Jean Reed, 20, of Chevrolet exhibit
liability insurance policy no Oldsmobile -
(both of Route 2, Lake Butler.' less than $300.000 dollars, for Will for two hours and handed out
AII-A .merican GirlBy All three had approximately the protection of the city remain HighlightBig autographed pictures. She also

$500 in checks already madp in force with premiums to charmed visitors for several

out when they were arrested be paid by Sportsmen's Club. hours Wednesday night.

Whitehead said.. Sportsmen's Club presidentDon Fair WeekEleven :North Florida Strawberry
LINDA STABB More than $700 In forged Morgan in previous discussions Queen Cathy Whitehead snipped
Telegraph Reporter checks: have come in thus far. with the Council hadask.ed a red ribbon to officially
the sheriff's office said and open the 19th fair about 10:30:
The prettiest girl In the land visited the Bradford County Fair yesterday. for $1 per year rental fee area beauties vying Ida Strawberry Queen will be a a.m. after waiting for sand to
(Continued On ) (Continued On Page Eight) for the title of Miss North! Flor- highlight of the! 19th Annual
While Starke'' and Page Eight be spread so visitors could
Bradford County are still not household words a lot of people _______ _
____ -. Bradford County Fair and wallr u/ltVi/Mit ""tti."... fKofv... ..* .faafwet. .
n. nun n..uu. ""
are hearing about them because yesterday was the day, Miss Amrica came to Springtime Festival this Friday .

town. night.The title is currently held by Rural-L'rban Day ceremonies

Conscious of the Image of he feels like a rat or some-, .akee,thel18th; '17th, Rockford. UF Is WorkingOn Miss Cathy Whitehead of Staike. Including the annual fish din-

Miss America, "It's a great thing." 111.; ClearwaterL the She will crown the new winner ner and a speech Secretary
honor and privilege (to be Miss Posing at the FFA exhibit 19th Starke; the 20th ues- tomorrow night. of State Tom Adams were delayed -
America) but.It's also a big which featured baby chicks,Judl Moines. lowat the 21st.Ne1I' until 11:30: until more sand
responsibility, Judith Anne made faces and giggled and Indicated York City; ; the 22nd, Nlagra The beauty pageant annually could be hauled In.
Ford is poised and posed before that she'd hold one if Falls N.Y.; the 23, Oaklawn, attracts a capacity crowd to The Rotary Club purchased

the cameras, wetting her the photographer Insisted but clsco. ,'. Cain; .and the 30th ProblemAt the cattle show ring whereit 700 pounds of mullet for the
lips and tilting her head Just xpally phe'd much rather not. back to Atlantic, City, Was Fly is held. A contestants' dinner -. dinner and served between 1,000
before the camera clicks.In America headquarters. is scheduled at 6 p.m. Friday and 1.500 meals, according to

between the clicks the poise This reporter talked with It's the traveling that Judl and the contest finals are Fred Glenn who was in chargeof
remains but the pose Is droppedand ever-present,, enjoys most about being Miss of Bradford set to begin at 7:30.: That is
Miss Ford and her the request Ing was two-fold: to bring them sit 31'S poultry division; K. S. the huge hutch more
she Is a pretty friendly, chaperone as Judi handed out America. On the other hand county Extension Agent Geo- (University of Florida personnel McMullei, district Extension fish that was served last year,

unaffected 19-year-old girl with autographed piastres( nibbled the problems Inv6fved In traveling rge Muggins, some member of ))) up to date and to let Sen. agent; John Strayer, entomo- Glenn said.
an easy sense of humor. half a hamburger and dranka ('misplaced luggage, delayed the University of Florida Extension Saunders know what the UnIversity logist; Lewis W, Sheumaker, Fair. ceremonies werecovered

Asked to go the the livestock Diet Pepsi for lunch and posed flights, packing and unpacking Service put their heads Is doing about problems assistant director of the Div b.v two television Channel stations

barn for gone pictures, Jail for pictures. ) are the aspects of the together last week to discussthe connected with the poultry in- ision of Sanitation, State Boardof from"Jacksonville..
shuddered a bit and admittedcows Working as chaperone this Job,that Judi likes least poultry industry and Its pro- dustry. Health; and Sen. Saunders. 4 met :Miss America at her
Wednesday morning -
are not her favorite blems. Attending the meeting held at Huggins reported Dr. Harmes plane early
month (there are two chaper--, were
animals. AS a matter of fact who alternate) Is Mrs. Miss America and her chap Huggins requested the meet. 10 a.m. the 13th In the officeof pointed out that flies and other Channel camermen the
she said she was not exactlya Jean ones Dishongh of Atlantic City erone each carry two pieces of png following the March 5 mee- Dr. M. O. Watkins, Jack problems related to the poultry at the fair and were half-
big animal lover.' luggage -- a large hanging bag ting here in Starke of state Trawick, Bradford County san- industry are not confined to process of shooting a
N. J. Between the two of them, shotsof
Judl didn't have to go neara Into the and a suitcase packed with and county health officials and itarian; Dr. Joe Busby, associate Bradford County and said that s hour color film,
Insight rab-
cow, but she was asked to hole they life of gave Miss an America. shoes, purses and'similar State Sen. Bob Saunders. director of the Exten- not only is the University; work- pip. :Miss Ford livestock holding! exhibit A ,
a rabbit. she gamely took the items. "One of the biggest According to Huggins, pur- sion Service; Dr. Robert ing on these problems but It bit in the
little rabbit the camerman problems Is that we go from pose of the March 13th meet- Harmes, head of the Unlver- .is also keeping In touch with to be shown in about a doubt month.'
wanted her to hold and between Being Miss America"Is more climate to climate," Mrs. Dis other states which are work- "This "is without a Adams
pictures laughingly commented: work that I thought It's not hongh commented. Ing on solutions. top fair, Sec.brief Tom address.
"Isn't he cute. If he justdidn't as glamourous a life as you Answering other questions stated In his
move. When he moves think. People ask me, who Judl Ford said: 3.35In. Of RainFalls Muggins said it was brought "No: one can argue about the
of on display
? quality products
does my hair, washes my 'out that flies are not the pro- \\hltehead.
whether it be Cathy:
clothes and things like that. -- "I've found that people blem but the result of the pro-
Judith Ann F01'd)1' strawberries -
I do It myself." throughout the blem -- the disposal of waste
country are Adams stated.
Mrs. Dishongh describes the pretty much the same. They're In 4 DaysRains products, mainly manure. Hug-
schedule which leaves no time all nice and friendly" gins told The Telegraph that Agriculture adds 1 1 I'4 million -

FINAL for visits to beauty; parlorsand -- "When I was little. I use one of the problems is that V dollars to the Florida economy -

( Mlsi America can't take to think 'Oh, maybe someday making Bradford a The 50-year average for ,the the poultry Industry is grow- each )ear, the secretary -
NORTH FLORIDA advantage( of wigs or hairpieces XPll be Miss America ) butI month of March in Bradford ing faster than research. Miss Linda Thomas pointed out. adding that
wet and place for the annual
because Toni Is one of her soggy However, Muggins said that this "It Is Imperative that we con-
never really thought I would form
county fair and Springtime County is 3.07 inches, according Submitting entry
STRAWBERRYBEAUTY sponsors) and gives her few she graduates from 3.35 inch. to Forest ServIce research Is continuing and that week were lour contest ants: sider the role of agriculturewhen
have totaled
days off."The college (she spent her freshman .Festival according Before the rains came Sunday the U, S. Department of Agri- -1\I\l": Martha Palmous. 13.GJliuwilIc we plan for the, future."
es since Sunday night,
culture entomology lab in "Problems of the cities so
year at the University of School. flit
five woods fires! in Hush
to the Florida Forest Ser there were
Gainesville Is working on a dominate the news that we
schedule Is vet busy. which burned 44.5 in the Oa.; e\Ule
Southwestern Louisiana, but the county runner-up
special program for Insect- sometimes forget how important -
Most days she's either traveling will Onjsh college at the Un- vice.Dirt roods in the county are acres the worst week of the icides for use in the poultry Junior :MISS Pageant agriculture Isdams
PAGEANTFRIDAY to or making an appearance. iversity .of Illinois at Cham-- but not the easiestIn l Diana Allen :20.: nll'nllor "
breaks of two "passable, :new year. Industry and It is also workingon said 1 assureou the role
There are some plagne) she wants to "teach There have been 38 'woods Drlla G.lI1mSl'NI.It :at tin
She off the world, according to E. the eradication of house of agriculture in Horid.i's fUture -
or three days. was physical education at the high since Jan 1 this with Untvmity of Florida and\ .1
Christmas.She E. Jones, county road foreman fires year flies. will "be full.v explored and
weeks at .
for two
7:30 P.M. school level -- Then- get married Probably the worst gravel roadIn a total of 142.7 acres burned. fOI'II1"P"np.uh) Bt'.wJI1llOla! developed."

someday." the county Is the ForsytheRoad That compares to 71 fires during "The University is InterestedIn Homecoming Queen of .VgrlculturelV
does get home Belvidere 1968 Jean Jordan I l'!). aUF Commissioner
in Debra
the period
'which parallels SR-100 same this thng, Muggins said.
Introduced! Sec.
month but Conner
Ill. at least once a -- On being a celebrity: south of Starke. .Two cars ba4 rM11cb saw 480.8 acres burned. "It will receive continued Interest student :and abo) a membero >
\ddn\S. secretary
sometimes it's Just an ov..tt; of fun buy haveto ', and\ terming
lot you \
"JVt a to be palled from it Tuesday This Is not the end. ( Delta l141I1I11.s..I'OI't and effective admlntstrwor -
night visit. This time of the get use to It. 'The disadvantage Jones. quarters, measured .9 Inches Whatever can be done will be tin entry: in the MIM:: : UuUeuity.ol "a valued" and "one willhear

This Space Contributed year the schedule gets a little II that you always The road foreman urges real- the Santa Fe Tower .6 Inches done," he concluded. Florida Content.: t lot from the you not too

Weekly to Publicize buster" have to look good.o'clock If you getup dents to use the gravel roads end the Louis Hill Tower *t -Linda I-oul.se (',Coniparato.: (. distant a future" Conner was
Community Events by .. to have catch to a have flight make, only as much as necessary. Lawtey .2 inche Prior to the meeting, Sen. n UF likleut :t IIWllhlIf aparentl.v referring to \dams,
,Her March schedule speaks: you and all. Smiling your eye getsa The low drizzling rains this Decreasing cloudiness was the Saunders told The Telegrpnh 1>,,\\t.\. Delta Delt.i :Sin-oilty: ami oruosed bid for .governor.,
for Itself: March lst.2nd.3rd- on breast for end oho- in Ul'"I Oueen.Eailier ) ,
The CommunityState week have left the roads In Wednesday a telephone conversation that Inca Sp.u-e
little Urbw'ln parades because Also seated the
Columbus 0. the 4th, Atlantic MI
; were were predicted for Friday, he was "very pleased"becausehe
worse shape than a hard driving
Bank City; N. J. the 5th, Belvidere. you don't have anybody nitrli'* me W.uidaPretatt. : were State Sen.HobSaunders. -
; the Forest Service said. had not had to call the meet-
rain of the came amount,
to smile at. Lnko Butler: Misses Strawberry Queen Cathy
6th Jacksonville.ni. 17.
ni. the ;
; During the week of (March 10- ing. "They are moving on their
the 8th and he said. Hettj.ee 1It:1)! :: University: Whitehead, Chamber of Com-
Insuredup the 7th JolletIU.s; "Most Wt
Accounts now -- people thin 11, the New River and Louis own," he said. "Thev're Dulling -
On the first day of the rains,
the 10th Pe- Gainesville\ SlmiyitKeller. t erce President l.ojre LaMer *
III. Florida'
to $15,000 byFrederaTIIeposit 9th Chicago, ; of Miss America as a ,real Hill towers each recorded 2.3 together all these people of :
the 11th and 12thDe- whlcJi began about midnightSunday ill. UF Sl'eryl Swan. Fair Association PresIdent -
orta.ni.i; person. I've bed r-ooie come who are related to these pro- ;
Insurance Inches of rainfall Santa Fe was

Mich. the 13th and 14th, each of the three county Liiul.1. Thomas. HI. Frank Williams, Rev.D9-
trolt. :11.11"
; up to me and sure at me and blems. I'm optimistic I thInkwe're :
close behind with 2.1 inches.
Corp. lire towers measured 1.4 inches wltt )Farabee. minister of the
Birmingham Ala.; the 15th Jacksonville. iuut' Sharon Strick
going to get some re-
Ardmore, Okla. the 16th,Kank-( sal..Oh my" gosh, .you ari of rain. Monday the New River County average for the week: sults." land I 17, Maeclenny. (Conduct On Page Eight
was 2,23 inches.
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Shower Given Carol SearingIs .. 'ma ADK Sorority Desta Miss Dyal Della attended Itoseberganaivirs.the BPW

For Lee DarbyBrideelect. ComplimentedAt Plans LuncheonAlpha Friendship Tour to Costa Rica
and Panama Thursday to Sun
Bridal ShowerMiss day.

Gamma Chapter of
P'iiL 'Miss Lee Darby, bride-elect Carol Searing, bride- THE BRADFORD
1 of April 4, was complimented elect, was honored at a bridal Bradford' County Hospital an. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M.Cooner. Alpha Delta Kappa sorority met of COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Monday night at the home
at a bridal shower and dessert- shower Saturday nlg'it" plvrn by flounces the following births: Keystone Height, a
at eon, Phillip Marvin, March 17. Mrs. Willie Mae Denton with
bridge party Monday night Mrs Freeman Register Sr Published every Thursdayat
M the home of Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Mr*. II. E. Alc'zandr of Jack- Mr. and MM. Edward David Mr and Mrs. Robert Barry .Mrs. Fate Brown as coho.'Ite.s.ses. 138 W. Call Street

Jr on E. Call street with !sonville and Mrs Betty Raster Carter, Lake Butler a daughter McGilllvray. Fairfield, a sou. Starke Florida 32091
E. L. Matthews and Miss Del Rena March 14. Darren Patrick. March 17.
Mrs at the home of the former on Mrs.. Ruth Frazier presided; < Second
Betsy Matthews as co-hostesses. N. Walnut Street. and Mrs. R, S. Mulllrw gave class postage paidat
Arrangements of spring flow- Pink flower arrangementswere the devotional. The sorority Starke Florida.

ers and potted greenery were used In the party rooms.! Beta Sigma Phi Mrs. Wilbur WatersComplimented rules and regulations were dis Subscription: Rates

used In decorating the party The refreshment: table was cov- Preferential Tea cussed. A luncheon> was plannedfor In trade area: $:iCO petyear
: rooms.Gu.ests. ered with a white cutwork cloth May with Mrs. Marilyn $2,75.Ix months.
r"' were seated at eight and centered with a flower cart Held SundayBeta At Coke PartyMrs. Roberts and Mrs Clyde Sinclairas Outside trade area: $3.50:
: tables where dessert and coffee filled with pink carnations. This, chairmen. $3.00 six months
per year;
t''i' were served preceding bridge. was flanked by two three- Sigma Phi Sorority
After several progressions of branch candelabra with pinktapers. ; honored new rushees at a Preferential Wilbur Waters a recent After the business meeting asocial
was honored
bridge prizes were awardedand Mrs. Alexander presided Tea Sunday afternoon at a hour was enjoyed.Woman.s .
: Miss Darby opened her at the punch bowl. Coca-Cola party Saturday
--- from 3 to 4:30 o'clock at the Miss
morning given by Jayne
lovely and useful gifts. Guests greeted at thedoor
many were Garden Restaurant.
Hardy at her home on East Club all oLIfi
Peggy Jane Shanbarger Becomes Bride Assisting in serving were by Miss Susan. Wiggins The tea table was covered Call StreetSpring

Mrs. L. N. Pickering Mrs. Bob and standing In the receivingline with a white cloth and centered flowers were used in Hears Health Nurse

Of Mr. Stanwix-Hay In Jacksonville, Ferguson, Mrs. Randy Johns were Mrs. Register Sr.; with an arrangement of yellow the party; rooms. The refreshment -
and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. the honoree; and her mother. chrysanthemums. Balancingthe table covered witha
was R.herd!: of the
Miss Peggy Jane Shanbarger, great grandmother and Mrs. The honoree was presentedwith !Mrs Earl Searing1. arrangement were silver cutwork cloth and centered Mrs.: Joyce
Health Department
great aunt, two place settings of her The gifts were on display candelabra holding yellow tapers. Bradford County
daughter of Mr. and Mrs\ JomSlmnbal'ger Hassle Mahoney, with a pink and white arrange- of varied BVNANCY'S
end Mrs. James M. Norman gave an account
China pattern dn the
chosen family
the guests. room. of and
the brideof were among ment pompoms carna-
Allen Stanwix-Hay, The reception was held at the corsage from her hostesses as Assisting in serving: were presided at the punch bowl and tions. Serving Coca-Colas were services of the public

Raymond of Mr. and Mrs. Allen StanwixHay Holiday Inn on Stockton Street. a memento of the occasion. Mrs Jimmy Smith Mrs. Don Mrs. Randy Johns poured coffee Mrs. Joan Chitty and Miss June nurse at the Starke Woman'sClub RAIN SONG
son! from silver service. meeting Wednesday afternoon
of Jacksonville on Standing in the receiving line Neel, Miss Sandra Register Hardy. There was once a poet who
at 7:30 at were the bride and groom, Mrs. and Mrs. C. T. Wade. Mrs. Arthur Patray presi- Miss Jayne Hardy greeted of last week. lived J in Georgia. His name:
Friday Feb. 14, : p.m. Brenda Lewis dent of the sorority, and Mrs.
Good Shep- Shanbarger, Mrs. StanwixHay Miss The hostesses presented the guests at the door and presented Robert Loveman, and here are
Church! of the
the \ Charles Mock
Darby director Mrs. John was
and attendants. honoree with a piece of her gre- them to Mrs. Waters and some words he wrote:
Jack D, Adams Honored With PartyAt
herd. The Rev. eted guests at the door Rush- a new member bringing the
double-ring Mrs Donald W. Thorntonkept chosen silver pattern as a memento her mother Mrs. R. A. Col- "It isn't raining rain to me.It's .
Jr performed the ees attending were Mrs. John total membership up to 126.
ceremony.The the bride's book. The cake Hardy HomeMiss of the occasion. Harold Andrews and Mrs. Jim- son.Assisting raining daffodil&-
held arrangementsof was cut by Mrs. Julian McRae. Seventy-five guests were in- in serving were theme With every dimpled drOPI
altar Dyal. Patrick's day
my A St.
Mrs. John Watson HI and Miss Brenda Lewis, whose vited to call between the Misses Sandra Huggins Martha see wild flowers on the hill."
white gladioli and mums.provided Cheryl SValy presided at the marriage to Harold Farnsworth hours of 7:30: to !9 I o'clock.: The sorority will meet Mon- Dennis Betsy Matthews Evelyn was carried out in the table He called the
Nuptial! music was Saturday decorations and refreshments
event of
Jr. will be an Sinclair and Mrs. J. E, Hardy.
by Mrs. Rosalind McCall. or- punch bowls. Also serving were 22 at 7:30 day night, March 24, at 8 0.- [ poem "the Rain
March p.m. invited
: Fifty guests to
were "
'IG'en Mrs. James Brummett of Jacksonville I Song, and we
Stork clock at the iiome of Mrs.
Church, Shower
In the First Baptist call between the hours of 10:30:
In marriage by her and Miss Patricia Turney last C. W. Slade 951: 1 E. South- and 1 imagine at one
was honored at a party 12 noon.
father, the bride was dressedin of Hastings.The Thursday night given by Mrs. For Mrs. ThomasMrs. gate Drive. Mrs. Phillip Clark The honoree was presentedwith SERVICE SCHEDULE time or another
floor length empire gownof bride chose a deep pink Keith Gilllng- will serve as co-hostess. Lt. CATHOLIC ChurchesST. ;c everyonehas
a Guy Sale, Mrs. gift
white double crepe with long; sleeve" :! crepe dress with ham. Mrs. John Arthur Reddish Ronnie Thomas was !hon- B. 11. Spears of the Florida a personal from her hostess an an EDWARD'S, Starke: [ heard the words.
corsage as .
turtle! collar and matching accessories Highway Patrol will be the guest The hills blooming
coop neckline and elbow length Miss Jayne Hardy and ored at a stork shower Tuesday a memento of the occasion. ,r,
Sunday :Mass, 9:13: a.m.
slpe\es. The gown was decora- for the weekend wedding Mrs. J. E. Hardy at the homeof night at the home of Mrs. J. G. speaker and will discuss new Y with love-
ted with heavy Italian embroi- trip to St. Augustine and the latter. Jackson on E. Epperson Street traffic laws and traffic safety Thursday Mass 6:30: p,m. ly flowers are

dery at the empire line and Tallahassee.Mrs. Miss Hardy greeted guestsat Co-hostesses were Mrs B. M. Mooty.ThorntonWedding "'IeaculouIedal: Novena: the most welcome herald of

around the sleeves. The train Stanwix-Hay will enter the door. Standing In the McRae, Mrs. Alvin Farr Mrs. Little Women Hear SaturdayMiss Saturday 7 p.m. spring and summer. The long

attached 1 at the empire was also the graduate school at the University receiving line were Mrs. Glll- Thad Smith, Mrs. Fate Brown, winter months have gone, and
decorated with embroidery.The of Florida In June, after ingham the honoree, and her and Mrs. O. R, Alvarez Jr. Talk On EtiquetteMembers Gerrl Mooty, daughter ST. WILLIAM'S.: Keystone all nature seems to be shouting

bride's mantla was of completing her work In elemEn-: mother Mrs. James Lewis. Spring flowers In pastel of the Little of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty Heights with beauty.

flowing nylon net, trimmed In tary education and the social The refreshment table was shades were used at vantage Women's Club heard a talk on and Robert G. Thornton, son of Sunday Mass: 9!I a.m. We know we are In the most

the ident.cal embroidery pat- .sciences.Mr. covered mm
tern It was attached at the Stanwix-Hay Is in the cloth and centered with a pink, was covered with a pink linen J. W. Kincaid at their meeting Miami will be united in marriage 7 p.m. dealing; in flowers It is a

crown and flowed beyond the management program with orchid and white arrangementof cloth and centered with a Monday night of last week. Saturday afternoon in the ST.IARY'S: Macclenny: pleasure to serve all your floral
]horn line of the gown. Her bou- Wlnn-D'xie'! Stores, Inc. In gladioli pompoms chry- spring arrangement. During the business session United Methodist Church In the 11:30 a.m. needs Call us the next time that
QUI"t'a5 a heart shaped clusterof Gainesville.The santhemums and baby breath. Games were played and prizes results of the club's rummage presence of the Immediate fam Sunday you need flowers.
w'itte carnations surrounding couple Is residing at the This was flanked by two three- awarded. sale held March 15 were dis- ilies.

a single white orchid. Htr Jewelry Hawaiian Village apartments in branch sliver candelbra hold- The hostesses presented the cussed, and plans made to givean

] consisted of diamond earrings Gainesville Ing pink tapers. Mrs. Ver- honoree with a baby clothes Easter basket to a needy
non Silcox presided atthepunchbowl.
a diamond sterling cross hamper as a memento of the family.
which: was a gift from the Vining Home occasion. Hostesses for the evening
Assisting In serving were were Jan Ritch and June Hardy.
and jade ring, which
groom a Mrs. A Y. Covington, Mrs.
belonged to the late Mrs.\ Mary Scene Of Party Myrtlce Nichols, and Miss June Candy Stripers 1 I.

Belle Slinnbarger.! !: grandmotherof For VisitorsMrs. Hardy. Poston-Barlcer ,

the bride. Seventy-five guests were Invited Plan Car WashThe

Miss Emily Johns served as L. D. Vining entertained to call between the hours Mrs. Marguerite Barker of I. .
maid"\ of 'honor. Her gown also at a tea Saturday afternoonat 7:30: and 9 o'clock. Those Starke and Edward C. Postonof Bradford County Hospital ,
in the empire style, was floor from out-of-town Mrs. S
her home on W. Madison were Jacksonville were united In Candy Stripers met March 11
length heavy crepe of sugar Street honoring her house Joe Wilkins of Jacksonville marriage on Friday, !March 14. at the hospital. The !schedulefor

pink Her headpiece was a pink guests, Mrs Marguerite! DIck- Mrs. John Kopelousos of Bir The couple is residing at the the Fair was set up and

satin bow surrounded: by fluffy ens of MarIanna and Mrs. Ed mingham. Ala.. and'Mra. J. Barker home on Raiford Road. the girls decided to have a carwash

pink nylon netting. She carried Birdsall of St Petersburg and L. Stith of Pascaugula Miss. off March 29.
a single long stem dark red The hostesses presented the
also W, Sewell's
Mrs. B. guest -
rose. honoree with the sugar dish to
Bridal attendants:: were Mrs. Mrs. Elmer W. Lott of Winter' her chosen china pattern anda I

Marcia: R:>bnson: Jacksonvlle; Park. corsage as a memento of the For Easter
The tea table was covered
'Airs. L. Warren Rosier, Gainesville ; occasion.
with\ a cutwork cloth and centered '
: Mrs Marvin Brown Dress-up Time!
with an arrangement of
Starke: and Miss Bonnie: Thomas -
pnk! and white chrysanthemums : Diane Cox Engaged. .
Q"lI1"ePark.:: They were H4cf.A
and carnations. Mrs. J.
rtrp! $sed alike in heavy:! dark red W. To Duane JordanMr. 1..
Kincald presided at the silver -
crepe, with matching head-
tea service.
pieces. They each carried: a Also assisting in serving! were : and Mrs. Ray A. Cox an-
fiinnle Ions stem dark red rose.David Mrs. Rudolph Crawford Mrs. nounce the approaching marriage 10WAYBOYS
Hacks: of Jacksonville
Edward Burns. Mrs. J, E. Wil- : of their daughter Diane,
served a* best man. Ushers to Duane Jordan of
son, Miss Madge Middleton son
were Kc idnll Bryan of Jacksonville Mrs. E. L, Matthews, Mrs. C. and Mrs. Virgil :M. Jordan. SUITS > 1UY1
and Neil Phinney of Pa-
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Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ma'rguerlte Dickens of Mrs. Emma Badman returned
Roy Ward and son, George, Marlanna and Mr. and Mrs. Ed last Friday after three weeks
of Lake City visited Miss Jane BIrdsall of St. Petersburg were visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lester 11
Ward of Wesleyan College Macon weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs.L. Ransford In Robinson, Ill.
Mr:. W. H. Edwards m and : Ga. over the weekend. D. Vinlng. Mrs. R. L. Soerurler of St.
children have joined Lt. Col Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin Augustine is visiting Mjr. and
Edwards In Occoquan, Va. and family of Pascaugula Miss and daughter, Barbara, visited Mrs. V. J. Spengler while R. HERE X AM FREEZING T KNOW TME.VHAVE. 2'ZH THEIR CUSTOMERS
where they will make their spent Wednesday to Saturdaywith Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Gowenin L. Spengler is in the Gainesville TO DEATH '- AM1TMBV > HUMDRE.DSOf '" L X EXPECT7MAT
home. Col. Edwards Is work- Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Din- Fernandina Beach recently. DON7CARE. PEOPLE 70 tOOK ITS EXTRA *OMeTMIN6i
Medical Center for testa.
Ing In the Pentagon In WashIngton Idns. Mrs. Oscar Davis has returned WHAT HAPPENS OUTPOR- BU1 THEY ABOUT. J V CI-885.
D.C.P. Al/C Robert F. Edwards of from three weeks visit Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- -CO ME! .FEEL WAS .- J--AND

E. Grlffls Is confined In the alrbase in Sunnyvale.Callf, with Mr. and Mrs. John Ed- wlllegar Jr.daughter,Anne, /l SOMEONE T. SPECIAL* o.v.rx"?7MYGfiT t
the V. A. Hospital In Gaines- is home on 30 days leave with ward Rule In Clayton, Kan. were, guests of Mr. and Mrs. C11E jSCUAij
ville where he underwent sur- his parents, Mr.and Mrs.Tom- Dr. H. G. Bollinger was in J. H. Truluck at Lemon Bluffon r *,
gery last week. my Edwards.Mr. Orlando over the weekend attending the' St. Johns River near
and Mrs. R. O. Dansby the Child Evangelismboard Sanford on Sunday. -
Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Thomas wor" In IarislneMich..
Friday meeting. He was accompanied :- Miss Madge Middleton will '
were visiting Mrs. Kathleen to Tuesday visiting! Mr. and by his father, Dr. enter Riverside Hospital on
Goethe in East Palatka over Mrs. W. D. Dansby and daughter F. E. Bollinger, who spent Friday for observation and 1.
the weekend. Melanie Ann. the time with his soninlawand treatment.
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee of Belle Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Vickers of Bruns- :
Glade Is spending several days Louise Stern attended the Van Milton Hartzell in Fern Park. wick, Ga. spent the first the
with Mrs. George Anderson. CUburn concert: at the Univer- Mrs. David Browning and week with Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
Roy Smith of) Tennllle, Ga. sity of Florida on Sunday after children and Mrs. Louise Bell Denmark.Mr. .
was weekend guest of Mr. and noon.J. were in Sarasota over the week- and Mrs. Jim Chasteenand
Mrs. K. G. Duncan. G. Caldwell returned Sun- end visiting Mr. and Mrs. John family of Belle Glade are
Mrs. L. F. DinWns and Mrs. day after three weeks in the Buckley.J. Wednesday to Saturday guestsof
R. A. Green Sr. were guestsof Gainesville, VA Hospital. R. Bullington attended the Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sll- P
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green State Securities Representative cox and friends.
Jr. In Gainesville Sunday and Mrs. E. D. Tenly returned exam in Atlanta, Ga. last J. S. Waters of Lawtey and
attended the Van CUburn con- last Wednesday after three Tuesday to Friday.Mr. Linda Morgan of Starke were
cert at the University; of Flo- weeks in the Alachua General and Mrs. Gilbert Matthews visiting Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
rida.Mrs. Hospital where she underwent of Morehead, N. C. were Crews In Gainesville Saturday.Mr. .
Robert Green spent last surgery Feb. 27. Sunday visitors of Mrs. O. L. and Mrs. C. C. Shepardof
week with Mr. and Mrs. Jim- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin- Lake City; and Mr. and Mrs.
my Rowe and family Sanford. and daughter of Avon Park and caid.Mrs. J. E. Powell of Jacksonvillewere
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Goff Jr. Cadet Jim Godwin of West Point Arlen McKlnghtandson, Sunday visitors of Mrs.C. .
of Jacksonville will be week- will spend the weekend here David, have moved from West A. Knight.Adding.
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. with relatives. Madison Street to 1019 East-
Vernon Sllcox. wood Drive.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Anderson Jr. attended the State Bankers Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglasof MachinesFor
and son of Coral Gables convention in Hollywood Sat- Atlanta, Ga. arrive Friday '
were visiting Mr. Anderson's urday to Wednesday. tor a weeks vacation between
grandmother, Mrs. James Bar- semesters. They will visit rt
Win- Sale
Mrs. Elmer W. Lott of or Rent
and Mr. Barron, and Mr.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ter Park was the guest of Mrs. At The Telegraph
and Mrs. R. V. Turner over
W. B. Sewell from Saturdayto Robert Green and Mr. and Mrs.
the weekend. Thursday. Howard Douglas in Brooker. MAC BALDWIN

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knee-hi styles in combed cottons or 2 S
nylon. White and colors sizes 4.11. Up


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solids or prints white or colors inelastic 3 910 1
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i i Sizes 37.
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New Spring arrivals in cottons and \,'
permanent press blends. Ivy button \ f )
downs, regular high crews: and fashion GIRLS SHOES / ,1 j)4
collars. Newest Spring colors In i
solids stripes and plaids. Sizes 618. All new styles includingthe
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Orlons nylons and cottons guaranteed S 4 o9d9s
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Newest colors and patterns in jr. boys
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bold metallic ornaments.

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PVC soles and
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i r Talent Search Sponsors Needed Services TuesdayFor Charges Dismissed

Set For Fair |! 1968 lax RtT; bfu- ) For Patients At Robert CrosbyIn Canes were dlmlMed against i

Letters to U.S.PiAIL Sunland Center. GainesvilleRobert Clarence Manuel following a I
preliminary hearing on March
"Country Bill Davis", long To 18,500' Fla. TaxpayersOver Crosby Sr., 83. of 18. .Manuel had been charged !
time personality in countrywestern The need for various types; O. Al- with withholding support and
the Editor music, will conduct 0& of "sponsorship" of patients Gainesville died Sunday In grand larceny. \,
Hospital. A native -
Centerin achua General
search for talent at the 19th at the Sunland Training
Annual Bradford County Fair. 18.500 Florida taxpayers Such errors not only delay Gainesville, was discussed at of Brooker he had lived in, i I,
"Country Bill" has been In have used the Incorrect tax the processing of returns, :but the Rotary Club Wednesday Gainesville for the past 52: I
.-- ---- -- -show business for over 30 years table or rate schedule in com- cost tax dollars In added pro March 12, by Lee Crook special :years. He was a retired postmaster MAN SAYS HE'S GUILTY I
puting their 1968 Federal: In- O'DwiweU of the member of tho
cessing cost. J>IIr. services director and a
ROAD CONDITIONSSAID : :' soon be paved but so far it and has helped to find "talent"for come Tax payments, accordingto Added. center. Baptist Church. :Edward Sapp pled guilty to. '
DEPLORABLEDear hasn't. There are .several more the "Grand Ole Opry" and A. J. O'Donnel, Jr., districtdlrectol' :Refunds totaling $38,443,960 Mr. Crook said there Is a two charge when he appeared
Editor: dirt roads leading off from others. of the Internal Revenue !have .been made wince: Januaryto waiting list of about 1,200 at Surviving are his widow, Mrs. before County JudgK Theron A.
I would like to that I Forsyth. His search for talent in North Gainesville Yawn on Monday, the 17th.
say enjoyed Service. 223,375 Florida taxpayers,, Sunland, and the several other Elizabeth H.
your editoral, "Ride Now this is one thing you Florida is specifically Around And Look Sunday," :In failed to mention (not intentl-! outstanding country western fully recheck their returns before -:, tally retarded, and that It takes Powers Perry; two sons, Robert days in the county Jail I, plus an
the March 13 edition. ally, I'm sure) is these roads music. and .gospel music artists mailing to the IRS CenterIn two or three years of waitingto O. Crosby Jr., Gainesville additional 60 days if the fine is
Having ]lived here Just a little which arc impassable after and entainers. Chamblcc, Ga. get a new patient accepteddue and C. A. CrosbY Pleasant Hill]] not paid, for driving while under
over two years, I count every heavy lain. They stay This is the first time that O'Donnell added that other I'D SAID to overcrowded conditions. Calif.; four brothers Eugene the influence of alcohol.A .
myself as a newcomer. Must this way about half tho time, Davis has ever coordinated his errors made by taxpayers on Crosby, of Brooker; Lyon CrosbY fins' of $25 or five days
say I agree with you 100 per and lots of families have trouble auditions with a county fair.. their 1968 returns are: THATWhen He said that many of the patIents Greensboro; Ardell Crosby. WM levied against" him for
cent.We getting in and out to work Talent from all North Florida Missing Social Security at Sunland receive littleor Starke; and Claude Crosby. driving without a valid! driven
live about 1'i miles from school and churcJi.I and surrounding areas is invited numbers, 3,345. no attention from relativesin Jacksonville. ; three sisters, license.'
Staike on Foisyth Road, just also read In tho paper to participate. Missing signature, 3,397. the way of visits canteen Mrs. Raleigh Waters! Dundee;
off 100 South. Fonsjth Road is where they arc going to repair Applicants are asked to notify Missing W-2 iForms or spending money, letters or Mrs. Mae Mott Brooker; and
a graded road off Old Road 16 which at this time the Bradford County Fair As- presents. "This sometimes
running to schedules, 3.461. people learn to pull {Mrs. L. H. Futch, Starke. and
the right of the big:'way. Whenwe 1 Is in fairly good condition. sociation of their interest in Errors In arithmetic, 4.- together you don't have to push! produces a deep unhappiness eight grandchildren.
bought property here Also, that no more than these appearing on the show which with emotional symptoms rang-
we 345.
were told Forsyth! Rand would few roads named In the paperooooo000000000000 will be held at 8 P. M. Saturday them.-Bob Pearcy The Dan- ing from depression to anti- Chiritmas. birthday, and Eas- Funeral services were held at
March 22nd at the fair Incorrect or missing surtax. ville (Ind.) Gazette. social tendencies. ter, and an occasional letter, 4 p.m. Tuesday in Dedan Baptist
10,056. postcard, or visit. Church, near Brooker with
grounds. Success comes to him who Through a program of "spo-
waits.- norship," interested organizations He suggested that any organ- Rev. Lacy Conway officiating.
hustles while he
or individuals may pro- ization or individual interestedin Interment was' in Dedan Cenvs-
will even be considered for an- you through. take George J. Melvin The Clays- vide a needy patient with one a sponsorship contact L.C. tery; with Johnson-Hayes Funeral
: risk
a and
i Everybody Enjoy The Fair other five years. I don't thinkIt try. Right now a car has been ville (Penna.) Record. dollar per month for canteen Crook at Sunland Training Center Home of Gainesville !to
would help too much to cleanup sitting stuck all evening. When spending money, presents at Gainesville. charge
ee the beers cans, etc. when: It Is dry weather, there .
: Then Top It Off With : our graded roads stay in such bumps and holes, so rough are It
deplorable condition. keeps a car torn up. "
There has been enough money Just a week or so ago, one {
spent out here, sending man crossed a little
4 bridge here
equipment, men etc. plowing close to us on Forsyth Road, # & .I
i Kntuekq! o and scraping, tearing down our &something flew up under his
4 mall boxes, putting them back car tore It up 53 bad he had
.. up, sometimes leaving them lay to trade it next morning. I saw
4 in the ditches for almost ft him the :next day, !trying to
week, time after time. This find what It was. He didn't find DeVale's Get Your New Easter Outfit
,takes an extra crew, so I'm It then, but if he will look again
i 1d! ChieknOPEN told. Our mall can't be put In tie w.11 find a plank that was
the boxes. They could have !lot sailed Gown the last time While The Selection Is Complete.We're .
built a hard-surfaced road, or the Bridge was torn up and
+ at least spread llmerock or worked on. Marching Out A Band Of New Fashions To Step Up The Excitement
something that would do some

: UNTIL 10 P.M.' good. As it stands now, all they One ugly sight I had to look (1)
do just makes them worse.; .
+ at for
two weeks maybe Beautiful and Easter Hats J ..
Spring (c'v -:
For Your Eating Convenience ee We have a problem. Lots ofpeoplp. months-was an old rusty pieceof .
equipment that sat just In
. ,have to work In Starke '
front of
or Gainesville, people get sickout our drive.Won't Flirting with the Season in l
It's you please print this ,
t here, and Its. Impossible to and invite each one of our new Pastel Colors Navy
. get In to the doctor or JiosiJital. County Commissioners to takea and Black r y ,
One: case, Mr. Jeff Smith who
over our roads out this
lives on Forsyth Road, had a way, south of Starke. See if '*" PLAIN
Finger N serious heart attack Sunday '*" STRAWS ;? )
they can't have a little compas- s
: : night March 9, Just after re sion and concern for all the '*" FLOWERS' '
from church. At
turning home :
people of this county-the old- 1'
this writing he remains
L-i k-i iT ; o4t Bradford County Hospital, still comers.I comers., as well as the new GLOVESand ?
: IC ,_ e in a .serious condition. If it
had happened Sunday night, don'twith forget your -
March 16, dt would have been believe if they would take Whites and Colors
a ride around this side of town,
eo impossible for an ambulance to Some Frim in w ?
no one would need say more.I T Our Fashion Flatter in
Good : have gotten to his ihousc. Colors.
also know the weather is '; )
? God's handiwork and no man all the new Spring Colors -
. As of tonight, we don't know
EAT IN OUR TAKE SHRIMP. 11 our daughter will be able to has control over Him although and Fabrics
. does have control
man over
get In from work tomon'owmorning
AND FISH ; There are lots of peo- quite a few things.I V
: PHONE 961-5126 think I speak for quite a Jewelry
ple In the same condition, *.
Dacron Knits
number of people out in this
There are several other roads
0 1601 N; Temple Ave. 301 North :. leading oft Forsyth Road to 100 community ry .*. *" Arnel & Voils
South. They are all in the same Thank you, With An Idea Of
o C. R. BRASWELL, OWNER-MANAGER + condition- o bad you just takea MM. C. W. Buff Spring and Easter *" Dacron and Cotton
look at one, then anothersay Rt. I, Box 39Starke Sheer and Linens
t. .ooeooooo0000000. a prayer asking God to see Fla.

Hand Bags .i1'

The Misses Can Choose From Many Brands.

WITH \ q, Such As:

L1LL9&u r.:::::>
SHOES 'to;" !J Stacy Ames Bleeker Street Toni Todd _
t... TO MATCH "I ,c :, Alison Ayres Cobbs-Corner" Carol G. _
Mia Stage Lady Laura
Berkshire & others.
Come take pick of
BYLIFE your ;
Pretty and Whimsical

STRIDE Pins, Earrings, Necklaces -
g EJ\STE ; Bracelets and The Junior May Select From:

t//a > More.
Bobby Brooks Vicki Vaughn Kelly Arden _
Tammy Andrews California Girl & many others.

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Select Your Easter Clothes For Boys And Girls At Eagles

1 We're all in favor of making '-->- II

t She Will Look So Pretty For Little Boys
the most of your good looks for t t In A Dress By ,

iIIP I i d Sizes 2 to 6LITTLE .
: 1 Easter and all this season I CindereDaalso cjJ FARAH

with S Pants in Plaids and Solids
r a grand array of pretty and

t Lace Trim Slips and PRETTY SHIRTS '

flattering accessories, costume .A., (1 S Frilly Panties by
( \ TO MATCH t
looks, coats, suits, dresses, more. ,HER MAJESTY li
f a
Sizes 4 to 7 I\
Let Her Follow The Foot- THELITTLE
b steps Of The Best-Dressed
In Shoes By I TOTMISS j

ROBIN He Will Be So Cute In A Suit By
j Buster Brown. We Have The Busier

tr, Brown Socks That Will Complete The

Outfit. I



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With that new Spring PRESS PANTS
'o I
look! Solids and Plaids SHIRTS
Sizes 28 to 44 From Reg. and Slim. Sizes 8-12

: # $6.00 up BOY'S SUITS PREP$4.00 PANTS up

Spring Straw Navy Brown Olive
HATS y I'lack Sizes 8 to 20 Plains & Plaids 25-32-10

Also a large selection of $26.95 up VAN HEUSEN

a aa'LL Western Style Hats. SHIRTS

By Stetson HART GRIFFON BOYSSPORT In all the new Spring

SCHAFFER. : STYLE Styles and Colon.ARROW .
Home Owned and Operated
We Appreciate Your SHOES Nary Light Blue. Gold.;
Out',. Red and Black. lain & Stripes Ties
Business. New Spring Styles From $59.95 Sizes 8 to 20.
Long Wearintj-Comfor- Shirt and Tie Mono- THOM McAN
J 132 E. Call St. able crammed Free With $14.95 up SHOES

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March 20, 1969

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45 Graduate Scouts To Collect ';" .

From Basic LawEnforcement ,
Class .\) ,,...'
Scout troop 70 will pick \ fl er-
A banquet and graduation exercise up the Good Will bags on Saturday -- 1.I 1. 1 \ MOTOR
was held at 7 p.m. Friday which were distributed :> ( ii
, Q a
rr eI
I, March 7, at the Florida last week. They will then betaken 'a .+
State Prison for graduates of to Goodwill Industries in % aa rI
the first Basic Law Enforce- Jacksonville. Don Hardenbrook,
ment Class to be held at the Scoutmaster, thanks all the
' Bradford Union Area Voca- boys for their cooperation in+ I Welcomes
l l' tional Technical Center In this project. s4 +,
The following members of the
c4 -
( Police Standards Council, Smith, J. S. Stlvali, F. D. Spears
the Bradford Union Area J. B. Thompson, G. L.
Vocational Technical Center Tomlinson. JUDITH ANNE
and the American Red Cross: Instructors for the course FORD
G. C. Abbott, R. E. Biggs, were: Rupert Zeigler, Sgt. -,
H. J. Blalock, I. O. Blom. W. S. Peacock, Judge T. A. ,
B. E. Chambers, J. W. Clark Yawn, Clifton Browning Edwin
W. R. Connor, H. A. Crews, Bahlow, Jim Kittles, Ted Tucker J
C. J. Crossley, B. O. Davis, James A. McBride, and 1 TO
A. D. Dykes, W. M. Ellis, Bill Shearin.
Charles Ferguson,Johanna Fowler Another basic 200 hour Peace -
C. K. Fuqua, T. W. Officer's Training Course ..
Gambill, Doyle Glass, J. C. will start Monday, March 17, 1
Green, R. K. Grlffis,E.C.Hall, at 6 p.m. at the Vocational .
P. A. Henry, M. R. Hicks, Center. Persons who are em- FORD
D. S. Jackson, W. R. Jackson ployed by, or expect to be em- COUNTRY
D. G. Jarrell P.L. Jones. D. ployed by a law enforcement Co-ed Meets SkeletonWilliam
G. Kearns, G. R. Lane, P. E. agency may contact the cen-
Lauter, Virgil Lee,J, w.Love ter for details. Carey College cooed Martha Bolllnger b wide
L. C. McAllister, G. A. Mo- eyed as she meets the newest addition to the biology depart.
ore, B. S. Overstreet, M. B. ment. Shown looking with _
BIC PENS. Ball Point Re her at "exhibit A" Is Dr. David
Overstreet ,
J. R. Reddish
T. ,
fills. Gruchy chairman of (the department.
Bradford County TeIel1'apb. *
J.W.Searcy Roberts, M., E.L.F.Sibley Roberts, A., W.W. Martha Is a Junior from Starke. She Is a biology major. ...............

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Trade-Ins On 1969

FAIR WHEN THERE'S A Ford Cars And Trucks

kS t WEEK SALE! : <
: THEPOCKETBOOK : $10951964 Chrysler

; 300 Tudor Hard Top, Full Power and Air,
New Tires One Owner.

Compare Anywhere With Anybody ..

: r :off'.r e .. $1695-1967 Ford Futura

Come I In end Wagon Automatic and Air.
'''''' '''!' !'! .
: I m .IIIIII"' I'M"'It'II'"u''I GIANT 19 1 FT. ,
.. : : I ,! P get cash In .
ii':fui I., ij I I'' : minutes. -1964 Buick For-
,;m : SIDE BY SIDERefrigerator r J : $1095

: Jir' Freezer on dor Full Power and Air, One Owner, Sharp.
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: T
I, -- Call on us when you need help in repay. + Clean, One Owner.

': ,jI It".!.,!::,.... :_-_- :_-_- .. ma'r'' i i'J'j.i'I of this in only I 32" of Space. T ing bills. Get cash double-quick. Loans 4

:::!: i A made on your signature, car, furniture. V
r- "l" nj I! COMPARE THE $25.00 TO $600.00 $14951 1 19 6 7 Falcon

;I FEATURES AND Wagon Air Conditioned Std. Trans.
; l j '- 'YOU'LL BUY"" M., .... ,
\t t i I II-..."' "' .., f' $226 N. Temple Are. Phone .
Model,RSP99 I '" ''R'!' : 96-1.7449. $1495 -1967 Chevrolet
@ WESTINGHOUSE .ooooooo.ooooooooo.

Fordor Automatic Radio and Heater, Locally


$36650 Comet Tudor
Automatic.j Radio.j Heater:


$8951966 Chevrolet

2 SPEED -- 3 CYCLE DELUXEWASHER Corsair.i Automatic.Heater Radio


0, $1195 -1965 Fairl I an e
500.. Tudor Hard Top Automatic. -
Radio. Heater. Sharp.

Compare All The Features And You'll i $1895 -1967 Chevrolet'
ONO Truck nith i utility Body
Buy Westinghouse and (CompsirtmenN.!

DOWN PAYMENT $199 To insure $1895 1 -1967 Ford Galax-:

PER MONTH ie SOO Tudor. .Maid Top \ ,
$12.00 domestictranquility 14,700 miles Warranty ,> Years, or :50.000\(} mi.

JeTJhu': Fair Days Special $79519 6 4 Econoline

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L 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 J AT THE TELEGRAPH

March 20, 1969 TELEGRAPH Pap 5

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Over 150 Stores in 7 Southern States!

155 West Call I I St. Starke I

D < Thursday Friday Saturday

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(. Wome offfe 7/a&e Wn/t 1t4

METAL ,- Fabulous Buy!

LAWN CHAIRS 9'x 12'Room Size Rugs

$4.00 VALUES! ,a *' r r +tFr///ffftc Luxurious Deep
Pile Carpeting
Sturdy Alumi' *.. Latest Decorator
num Frame
.L Colors
Collapsable For ..
l $29.95 Values!
Easy Storage
Double Webbing For Value Hunters Only l !, Slight I Imperfects


_,__ __ $2. 60, 75 AND 100 WATTS $8
: 1 0 $1

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'Permanent Press' SHIRT RIOT
i Spring Fresh
Some "No Iron" New Arrivals '- ;:hx
Fabrics Included Dainty Cottons And t Assortment includes t
M; Solid Imperfects Easy, Care Blends R C A P R I 5 men's: Broadcloth shirts;
And Combination Low Low Price! ;.Men's long sleeve press
Plaid Coats With Solid SIZES 1 TO 14 Zipper Closure shirts; !Long and short sleeve
Trousers 1 All Spring's Favorite knit shirts.Some "No Irons" -
t Colors included. r
-- E Irregulars of Capris
; Selling For $2.99 f

2 SIZES tTO 6 $3 7\\3tors5\\ .. ) .3 8 SIZES TO 18LIMIT $1 $1 .. I


| GIRLS' 3 TO 6X LADIES'Mens'Women'sChildren's

AND SLIP-ONS c 'l '' y
Solid Colrr or Print Short
With cleverly CoordinatedIACHl: E WASHABLE COTTONS "" '
t r Top
Many Colors And 10U"/ ';
Smart Styles
C' ,', CottonChlJr 1
E 'r M= ll ..

Ladies 4:to:10 1-2 to' $1 ) 2 for $1 10 SIZES TO 18 2 FOR PR. $1 '?"

Mens 6 1.2 12 j


''ti' air 100% Cotton Sharkskin d
BED PILLOWS Lined Jacket, Skirt And
Jamaica Shorts .
Nylon Side Zippers Da I'ron. Cotton Blend
.* Non-AllerRenlc! Sizes 8 To 18 $1
Shadow proof Panel
Mildew-proof I aTOP
ticking Colorful, Sturdy 2 for f $150| : DOLLAR $ II'' \\11 *. While And Pastels" :'


9le!) VALUE....*-13-OZ. SIZE !>8c VALUE !8-oz.' SIZE 7OZ. SIZE 99c VALUE r




Instant Shave for BfemofMEDIUM Ut1I I
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7-5 of All Americans PoisonedAre vr aree-Brand; Making flood Cordell; The Hundred Yard Me? Oargan; Houdlnl-Chris FORESTRY SERVICE
NEW BOOKS Again Davidson; Antonio In War Cartwrlght; Voice From topher.ADULT FIRE REPORT
Too Young To Read LabelsNearly NEWS ABOUT LoveBerto; The Advocate- The Grave- Disney; Between -REFERENCE Five fires, with 44.S acre
AT THE LIBRARY Deal; Policeman's Lot-Lining* Battles-Houston; The Cat's The New Oxford History Of burned, were reported by the)
ton; The Big Clock-Fearing; A Pajamas & Witch' MilkDe- Music Vol. 2.JUVENILE, Florida Forest Service In Brad-
\ one-ruth of all Amer'leans -SInce children have a ten- SERVICE MENStaff ,,r,.,.,,.....r- ... I .,,,, Serious Investigation Egan; Vrles; Summertime Island ford County during the week.
who die each year by dency to imitate adults avoid Tickets To The Devil -Powell; Cald-well; One Before Bedtime NON-FICTION March 10-17, Since January I
allowing poison are small''' taking medicine in their presence r'l II I I III ADULTFICTIONThe The Dead Men Of Scstos-Loraine Llnkroum; The City & The Li Exploring The Universe-Gal there have been 38 fires with
oMldren too young to read labels Landlord's Daughter ; The Archers At Home- on's Den-Kaufman; Ship Island !ant; The Quakers Elgin; Busy 142.7 acres burned as com
and of an age when they Never refer to medicine as Sgt. Jerome F. Colley, Dlckena; Miss One Thousand Loeser; The Sandalwood Fan- And Other Stories-Spencer Winds-Blactc.: pared with 71 fires with 480.8
will put anything in their "candy." BO.I of Mrs. Margery 11.Colley, Spring Blossoms. Ball; The Eyre; Stand On Zanzibar-Brim- ; The Chair Lleber; Die REFERENCE acres burned during the same
'mouths according to the American -Always turn the light on formerly of Starke is a member Crying Game Braine; The ncr; The River DevU -Vaug- Quickly Dear Mother WeUS; period last year.
Red Cross. when taking medicines Communications :ham; The Valentine Estate-Ellin Triton' Brill-Pope. Freedom Encyclopedia Ca- endIng
of the 1964th Photographer-Boullc; The Din- The Rainfall! during the week -
The Red Cross urges parents -Date all drugs when you Group that has earned the gle War-Davis; The Second ; A Whistle In The Wind- ADULT NON-FICTION vannah. NON-FICTION Monilav: Now Rivet-. 2:30:
.to protect their offspring'by buy them and clean out your U. S. Air Force Outstanding: WIndowMaugham; A Naked Gulp; The Shadowed Faith The SST: Here It Cornea YOUNG ADULT inches: Highland, 2:30: ( inches;
;keeping poisonous substancesout medicine cabinet periodically.Get Unit Award for a third con Athanassiades; The Sting Bickham; The Dead! Eurasian Ready Or Not-Dwlgglns; Why The Negro RevolutionGeld.- Santa Fe 2-10 inc'ie. County
of their reach and recommends rid of old medicines by secutive year in Vietnam. Eton. average! 2:23: inches.

: the following precautions flushing them down the drain Sgt. Colley Is serving as a 0....00 ... .". .... .....4 '.... .&......,..0000000_ -.
rinsing the container in water radio repairman assigned to -w rv *r "wv --v- r- tr r *r *r *r r W
and then discarding It. AFCS duty at Tan Son Nhut
-Keep household products Do not eat or serve foods that' Vietnam. A graduate of Brad +
and medicines out of reach and smell or look abnormal. ford High School he attended Bring The Family To The North Florida Springtime Festival And Bradford $
out of sight of children. Insist! that children! never Middle Tennessee State Univer County
Keep the products In their' original eat plants or berries they find. sity. His wife, Lois, residesin
containers, never la cups -Protect your eyes and skin Frederlcktown.. Ohio.
or soft drink bottles. when using Insect poisons -
weed Pvt Thomas J. Crum, son of 0
Store medicines separatelyfrom killers solvents and clean- 0
Mrs. Emma Crum of Old Law-
food and other household Ing agents and wash thoroughlyafter -Y
Items. such use. toy Road Starke, recently 0 1JEVERBCFOR! o1A10Sr
of advanced
completed nine weeks
Infantry training at Fort
!. The Circuit Jinllilul Court Circuit Of FloHdf.KlKl.lh LD.Fur ... No. BIO Polk La. During his guerilla
County FITA N. McCLUNO. Plaintiff, training he lived under simulated
Civil Action Vietnam conditions for 4
TO APPEARTO five days and was taught methods
Expert Tree Sergetyj I RFD: William Sklllman.J. McCluntf New Jersey, of removing booby traps,
08G58 setting ambushes, and avoidIng r
You are hereby notified that attacks.
a Civil I Action has been brought enemy
:,la Iij .Cavity Repair against you by FtTA N. Mc- -.
CLUNG, In the Circuit Court PFC Marvin Tisdale, son of
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*Pruning Eighth Judicial Circuit I In
; for Bradford County Florida Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Tisdale
r D.-Molin. The nature of the null Is for adlvoree of Route I, Lawtey. has been
a Bracing fc ., You A VrNCULO are hereby MA.TIUMONII. summoned -- assigned to the 25th Infantry
a CabbnoTrwuplon ordered and required to Division in Vietnam as an In 0
U. 1 1 file :your written answer or defense fantryman. o & 0 r j 1
to the Complaint filed J
r' herein In the Office of the Clerk
Tree Feeding of the Circuit Court, In and for Airman Apprentice Gerald L. 4
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>; .i .Stump Richard J. Wilson P1nlntifPeAttorney
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TREE Starke, Florida, on the llth day.of the military trade or profession .
March, A.D. 1969. +
NS CHARLES A. DAnny pleting his active duty comm +
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Miss America Forgery Ring
At The Fair I I

S. a I Broken In

; f Lake Butler .
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; (Continued From .... One
M ( ) I
wsr more are'! exprcted.
4M& Officers said that storekeepera -
i if did not exercise! due caution -
In dealing with the forgers,
apparently cashing their checks
without asking for identification -
even though they wereatranR'ers.
Whitehead issued<<; an appeal
f 1-
to merchants to "tighten! up*' on
check'! cashing; and insist on
proper identification before
Doyle Ccnner, left, rfnd cashing checks for stranger
America. "Nobody minds showing Mortification

..., \If he is IcgltmaU: ."

......'.- t;::1# the sheriff said.
; The ease with which the trio
: .),,
operated can be seen by their
purchases the sheriff indicated.
"They were switching cars"
'.1 i iea .lie said. "They bought one car
In Gainesville and stripped it.
then bought another one there."
'\ .. : '" t The cars were purchased! with

"' .......... 81"' >>f 'WHITE forged checks that none of the
dealers! questioned, the sheriff
r said. Other checks were cached
56 in Lake Butler and Providence.

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odd, 4r Operation For _.

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God & Country
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: 1 { / TO put Prayer
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.. a a&'t' '
Judi Ford trys out one of Bradford County's favorite desserts American Lction received for .... / T'ioDon't eeT

strawberry shortcake. ; Education Division. let him getaway with it!

Champion RaceHorse To .Adjust Bill

To Be

Jackson was first appointedto Gave approval to Supt.) Davis -
Shown At Fair represent the police and for two sewer plant' operators
firemen on the board, but was Gene Gogdin and Glen
a AIAA ruled Ineligible for that becauseas Hicks, to attend a shortcoursein
Jetalong the
Ste a volunteer fireman lie does Gainesville *
roughbred race horse to
eas /MI6 \ hot work the required 800 hours
in Bradford County :will Gave Supt. Davis! approvalto
shown' at the Bradford per year. He was then namedas attend a Utilities Association: !
the citizen member of the conference in Orlando March
Fair on Saturday County
] five-man board but was again :2628.
ern Day.
ruled ineligible for that post because -
Also on Saturday the
will be &. .lie was a part-time fire -Requested that Clerk Ed-
day of the Fair '
man. 'I 1 wards submit a financial state-
Horse Show and Frolics,
ment of the year's operation to
sored by the Bradford :
Club. The horse show Is But Jackson tendered his resignation date. The clerk said his officeIs
2 as a volunteer fire- behind In work due to the In.
duled to begin at p.m.
Art Schulz, president of man Tuesday night and was stallation of the new billing
Bradford-Union Cattleman's 5'I named the citizen member. He system but ''he would try to
sociation and owner of ) was shifted back and forth be- have a,statement by tie! next
tween representing the firemen meeting April 1. The Council
reports !that he Is standing
J Schulz's New River trading and policemen and the citizen's congratulated the clerk on his
"-- ter located at Brooker. post several times before City previous financial statements.SMILED.
A pretty miss takes a look at the small! chicks in Clerk Merrill Edwards found
the FFA exhibit which won first place in the Junior Grand the correct way to comply with
Education Division. the ordinance setting up thecity's
retirement plan.
At Starlings
Eire Chief Buford was then
Draws Over appointed to represent &the. fire-
men and policemen on the NOWTMY
y k r
Over 800 personsattended. board.
grand opening of The entire retirement plan WIFE./
board will be in at the
Farm Supply at their new sworn P
7- -i and warehouse 225 W. : April 1 meeting of the Council.
: : Al1.t St., last Saturday. Other members of the board
Seventeen prizes in are Mayor Carl Hurst, Councilman
to the two grand prizes Neil Tucker, and George
won by persons from ( Graudon, electrical plant super.
Starke Theressa and visor as the general employee

ton. Western music was .
Edwards also told Bu
ed during the afternoon by
Suwannee Valley Rangers ford all firemen and policemen
Lawtey string band can come under the city's new
plan. Instead of the btate plan
of M. M. Jordan. Wayne
credit for all time
and receive
Michael and
nett Tew
Bennett. served with !the city.
The two grand prize Edwards also :reported the
retirement .system in less than
were Buster Bennett of
a year, has built up a fund between
(electric can opener) and
$75,000 and 85000. The
Oldemoblle Clark of Hampton ( !/2 FRIED
Mac Baldwin, Chevrolet- dealer, receives trophy clerk said he placed part in the
cart), Other prize winners
In the Commerlcal Division from Strawberry-
for first place First Federal and part In the CHICKEN
cluded J. R. Griffin, R. R.
Queen Cathy Uhltehead. Fair Association President! Frank : Florida Bank at \Starke but the
gan, Herman Garrett
Williams looks on.Something Ricks, Ralph Dlggs state has instructed him to $1.25
Sullivan A. W. Denmark. P1 place all the money In a .single
institution which has a trust de
Denmark, F. W. Gasktns.
Torode Pat Henry C. D. : : partment.The .
Council also
by C. A. Marlowe, Robert : TUCK'Siii
-Approved a trip to Lake
ter. Bill Patrick, Nancy
nett and ;Paul Bab er, City March 25 for Councilman DRIVEINBEEF
n a m Williams Mayor Hurst, and
i. r x Supt. Oscar Davis to attend a PORK SPARE RIBS
l/ r State Road Department pre- CHICKEN
design conference on the pavingof
SR-18. CURB u.$. joi four, SERVICE



to tell their grandchildren Cecil AIIU'KAFT SHEET METAL"' (Started March 1 i)
iaskins; and Joe Wilson pose with Miss America. :Monday't'hrough'1'hurriday' :3:30: t to 6:30: () P.M.

I..ndnThrontorh Thursda' 7:00 to I 10:00():()C) P.M.:

This course Mill provide employment entry skillsin
the aircraft industry. Demand for people in
this field is great.

('(}:\IIEHl.WI: ; :'\(! (Started :March 1 17))
f-I i ; Classes' Daily. :Monday Through FridaS:0 \ .

: () .\\1.: To 1:30: P.M.:
For Two Weeks (SO C) Hours of Training)
Ilk :;:; :::: :::::: ::::: :: : : : : : :::::
-i: ; : ; Objective; : To provide I the necessary skills for employment

.. I 11' in the garment and clothing industry'
classes: : \\ \ill\\ he repeated us often as' necessary: to
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meet! I the need in t the area.

If you are out of school, hate completed the 10th (.
1 SHEA'S fJrade; or nhen'.. and Mould enroll in this' .class if

?: offered please contact the \'ocationalTerhnicalCenter

: GLASS CO. :.;. h'innamt'/ address and phone number. t e

Charles Sawyer of Slade Gas receives!! trophy for the HOOftd 172.4115 172-4)51 ?;
place exhibit In the Commercial Division from Strawberry Judl exhibited this Rracirus and charming manner to Bradford citizens :.: 1JIS ".W. 4th Plan ::: FOR INFORMATION: ON THESE: AND OTHER
Queen Cathy Whitehead the i entire four hours she was at the Bradford County Fair. I G.It.nll" ::: COl'KSES;:O PHONE; STARKE: 4.fil50 0
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2 More ContestsTornado St. AugustineBradford I Nasworthy's

baseballers droppedtwo Second baseman Mike Hewitt High runners were Long Jump 1)) Stephen
more games during the stole two bases and shortstop downed 83.47 by St. Augustine BHS. 19-1V4. : 2) Btaastt.\' SA, 17- Record
Mc- Hall and outfield Mike -
week, but Coach Dewey Dennis in a dual meet !hero Tuesday.: 11; 3)) Grldder. SA 17-10tt
Kinney termed their performance Smith one each. March 18, between the two Break
against Bolles, rated Coach McKinney describedthe I .
Florida Star Conference oppon 120 High Hurdle-*-1) Grldder,
second best nine In the Flo- Bolles effort as the "best
rida Star Conference, "a great game of the season for us." ents. SA 1R.2; 2)) Scottie Smith BHS, SALES
} eTnf Tornado trackmen took only: 17.4; ))3:J Griggs, BHS, 17.7.
Improvement.They lost 4-1 to powerful Mark Graudons pitched 4 1/3 two first places. Allen Patz won 100-Yd. Dash- 1)) Lang SA. IS
Bolles and were dumped 12-2 innings for BUS, allowing all the 880-yd. run in 2:10.3. BUS 10.B; 2)) Lewis SA 10.8: 3))
by St, Augustine. four Bolles runs. There were ,'"IM captain Buddy Trawick wan Stephens BUS 11.1. PositivePROOF
Keeping the Bulldogs In trou- earned runs and one came on 1''lt second In that event at 2:14.7.: Mile Run ) Stancll. SA..
ble all the way In Jacksonville a wild pitch. Graudons also Hugh Stephens'! went 19 feet 5:00: ; 2)) West, SA. 5:07.5: ; 3))
Saturday, the Tornadoes worked drove in the only Bradford run. !_ 1V4 Inches to win the long K. Prevatt BHS 5:11:1.: : THAT
Bolles hurlers for six walks jump. | Are
!and got four hits. They loadedthe Johnny Brown finished up for II Otherwise! the meet was dominated 8S! -Yd. Relay -1)) SA, 1:41.8: ; We
bases twice but could not the Tornadoes, pitching 1 2/3 by the Yellow Jackets. 2)) BHS. SellingFURNI
get the runners home; they innings and allowing only one I The loss was the Tornadoes' 440-Yd. DaohI) Roenbucfc.
ended up with nine men stranded hit. He fanned three Bulldogs izi. third against two wins. SA r,5.7: 2)) Reddish. BHS, 56.1;
and a 4-1 defeat on their striking out the side in the S Coach George Loper was high!\ 3) Fischer SA. 56.B. TURE
hands. sixth and didn't walk a batter. In his praise of the runners for
Pitcher Mark Graudons led Strawberry Queen Cathy Whitehead cuts: ribbon to open the 1969 their work at the Eighth Annual 180-Yd. Low Hurdles 1) FOR
BHS hitters with a 2-ror-3per- Brightest spot of the St. Aug- Bradford County Fair yesterday morning. At her right is Agriculture Winter Park Replays last Sat- GriIi, SA 22.7; 2)) Ronnie LESS
formance at the plate. He ustine game for the Tornadoeswas Commissioner Doyle Conner nnd Secretary of State Tom Adams, speakerat urday even though: they did not GrfC' s. BBS 22.8; 3)) Smith!
had two singles. Catcher Rob- a home run by Mike Smith the Rural-Urban Day ceremonies. win a single point against the BHS. 23.9.880Yd.: Tremendous
bie Smith and centerfielder with nobody on base. The Class AA competition.One .
Run- 1)) Patz, BHS. !
Gene Melvin added two more 325-foot smash went over the Bradford High School re
2:10.3: ; 2); Trawlck. BHS. 2:14.7: ; Discounts ,.
singles. Melvin's hit was a The Torna- ; :
left field wall. cord, the 440-yd relay, was bro
3)) SA,
Stanch 2:18.5.
bunt. does had five hits In all with : \ ken and another, the distance : On All
The Tornadoes also stole four Hall, Melvin, Tom Talley, and ", medley was established, for the Furniture -
Sprint Medley Relay-1)) SA,
bases against the Bulldogs.
Jimmy Temple beating out infield fist Ar first time. 3:13.2: ; 2)) BHS. 2:13.6.:
hits.Larry >::::; [''" The BHS team of Keith Pa-: 220-Yd. Dash 1)) Lewis, SA, Up To kI
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started the game for the Tor- new time of 46.9 seconds in ,
nadoes. It was his first varsity '=---A. the 440-yd) relay. The old recordof Two-Mile: Run 1)) Burnett.
start and Tanner suffered 47.7 was set In 1963 by Willie SA, 11:33.3: ; 2)) IC. Prevail. BHS.
WISE.helcefor from nervousness, Coach McKinney Cohens Jerry Gibbs. Ronnie 11:34.5; 3)) Prick BHS 11:50.3:
said. Griggs. and Scottie Smith at Mile: Relay 1)) BHS 3:51.9: ;
4Y the_ Fletcher Relays. 2) :A
Larry Brown, a freshman left In the distance medley relay
hander, hurled the final four the first man runs a quarter
.. high Innings for BHS. The little mile, second man the half mile SEE
Slue, low COlt "heInaur.nc. hurler was razzed about.his '-.. ;.i. third man 3-4 of a mile, and the
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.. Contact size but stilled the St. ---.. anchor mile. Turningthe "HINEIGHBOR"
quickly man one
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first two batters hegaced 2 witha _. ...c:;;=- '. -- '- were Jim Thrift 56.5: Al-
sweeping curve ball. Brown ; -....- : -- --- -:!' len Patz, 2:10.0: ; Buddy Tra-

struck hits out, both five In and the allowedtwo seventh :._. .,;......:.....0.t"C':, .__""". ..'. : .;..:- ;":.,.... '::''t ., 5:09.7.The wick: 3:40.8.: and Ricky Prick with Pay

inning after he tired out. ?", &: -, ,I-L.<:::' ,,.. .. .. :.;:):>t+ :.2'.1. : entire Tornado team Jim Watson

City crews: wcrked well into the afternoon Wednesday spreading sandto turned in top performance And OnMARCH ''J More?

The weak Tornado hitting improved dry t the fairgrounds after four days of rain. again/it;t the stiff; competition.
6'' Junior Jim Shuford threw the 24
against St. Augustine
Coach McKinney said, but weak 4- discus 126-11, 27 ffft further C. H.
fielding was proved the BHS ,, R S than he had ever thrown it. Hear Special Guest Nasworthy
downfall. i Scottie Smith ran the high hur- -
IL: Rain cancelled the game sch- dles in 15.7 and Ronnie GrIggsdId GeorgeHuggins
eduled here with Santa Fe Tues- the lows in 22-flat, both
day, March 18. good times for Class A. ciii:: Furniture-
The Tornadoes will face Pa- & The Tornadoes will compete
MERRITTWILLIAMS latka in road game Friday, .,Is M In the Fletcher Rays at 4
March 21, at 7:30: p.m. and p.m. Friday March 21, and then & '
will go to Live Oak for a 2 the Lee Relays next Tuesday Bradford CountyAgricultural t"f f T lI'tli l
11T. N. Walnut Street p.m. game Saturday, March 22. March 25 at 4 p.m. .\ ,. !'.""
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PHONE 964-5391
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Coach McKlnney has made two I ,
t1TATgABM ? Shot put- 1)) Perry, SA, 39-
since junior >'
changes ,
line-up ? \I-I1
lift. InwriM. CwiM" A Infielder Mike Hewitt became :1 3-4; 2)) BubY BHS, 39-1; 3)) 6:45 A.M.on !
I ....., 113
l..t.o/ll"l.l..l.l./to. HIIMII I I
... I.. ..** .. Barnes, SA, 35-2V4.
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game 2)) Perry SA, 10243): ) C. POWERFULCHANNEL
against Bolles. David Lass- -.n HarrIs 980. 6. ,
iter started at third base for ._ s..: I'' 12
N Pole vault 1)) Lewis, SA, U0 -
the first time and did
Jacksonville a good : 2)) Andrew, SA, 9-0.
job, the coach said. WFGA-TV
High jump 1)) Grlder SA,
The two losses last week ran Even rows have to be shaved. FFA member Frank
54; 2)) Murphey BHS, 5-4; 3))
It to four straight for BHS, Tomlinson trims this one up for the cattle show Wed- Tlndell SA, 5-2. JACKSONVILLE
against no wins.
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2 More Contests St. Augustine I Nasworthy's

Tornado baseballers droppedtwo Second baseman Mike Hewitt Bradford High runners were Long Jump 1)) Stephen,
more games during the stole two bases and shortstop + downed 85-47 by St. Augustine BHS. 19-l/4: 2)) Bisaett.\ SA. 17- Record
week, but Coach Dewey McKinney Dennis Hall and outfield Mike in a dual meet hero Tuesday' 11; 3) Crldder, SA. 17-10V4
termed their perfor- Smith one each. March! 18, between the two Break-
mance against Bolles, rated Coach McKinney describedthe
Florida Star Conference oppon 120 High Hurdle*-1) Orldder.
Flo- Bolles effort the "best
second best nine In the as
rida Star Conference, "a great game of the season for us." 1r ents. SA, 16.2; 2)) Scottie Smith BHS. SALES __
Tornado trackmen took only
a tit 17.4; )::1 Griggs, BHS. 17.7.
Improvement. two first places. Allen Patz won 100-Yd. Dash- 1)) Lang, SA.
They lost 4-1 to powerful Mark Graudons pitched 4 IS
Bolles and were dumped 12-2 Innings for BUS, allowing all the 880-yd. run hi 2:10.3.: BHS 10.6. : 2)) Lewis, SA, 10.8; 3))
by St. Augustine. four Bolles runs. There were I IIAI tl captain: Buddy Trawick was Stephen BHS, 11.1. PositivePROOF .4
,, second In that event at 2:14.7.
Keeping the Bulldogs In trouble earned runs and one came on : : Mile Run ) Stand!, SA.
!>> all the way In Jacksonville a wild pitch. Graudons also Hugh Stephens went 19 feet 5:00: : 2)) West SA. 5:07.5: ; 3))
Saturday, the Tornadoes worked drove In the only Bradford run. Hi Inches to win the long K. Prevail BHS, 5:11:1.: : THAT
Bolles hurlers for six: walks Jump. | Are
and got four hits. They loaded Johnny Brown finished up for Otherwise the meet was dominated aao-Yd. Relay -1)) SA, 1:41.8: : We
the bases twice but could not the Tornadoes, pitching 1 2/3 by the Yellow Jackets. 2) BHS. SellingFURNI Q
get the runners home; they Innings and allowing only one The loss was the Tornadoes' 440-Yd. Da<;hI) Roenbuck
ended up with nine men stranded hit. He fanned three Bulldogs, third against two wins.!: SA 55.7: 2)) Reddish. BHS, 56.1;
and a 4-1 defeat on their striking out the side In the Coach George Loper was high. 3)) Fischer, SA 56.S. TURE r
hands. sixth and didn't walk a batter. In his praise of the runners for
Pitcher Mark Graudons led Strawberry Queen Cathy Whitehead cuts ribbon to open the 1969 their work at the Eighth Annual 180-Yd. Low Hurdles 1)Gridrr ) FOR
BUS hitters with a 2-for-3 performance Brightest spot of the St. Augustine Bradford County Fair. yesterday morning. At her right is Agriculture Winter Park Replays last Sat SA 22.7; 2)) Rot1nleGrlt"t1 LESS .i. *Mt
at the plate. He game for the Tornadoeswas Commissioner Doyle Conner and Secretary of State Tom Adams, speakerat urday even though they did not ; !, BHS. 22.8; 3)) Smith.BHS. .
had two singles. Catcher Rob- a home run by Mike Smith the Rural-Urban Day ceremonies. win a single point against the :: 239.: Tremendous
bie Smith and centerflelder The Class AA competition.One .
with nobody on base.
880)-Yd. Run- 1)) Patz, BHS. !
Gene Melvin added two more 325-foot smash went over the Bradford High School record
singles. Melvin's hit was a left field wall. The Torna- 1. the 440-yd relay, was bro 2:10.3: ; 2) Trawick BHS 2:14.7: ; DiscountsOn:
3)) SA .
Stancll. 2:18.5.Sprint :
bunt. does had five hits in all with ken and another, the distance All
_ The Tornadoes also stole four Hall, Melvin, Tom Talley, and r p y,4 4 \ 1r medley, was established for the Medley Rc1a.Y-1) SA, Furniture-
bases against the Bulldogs. Jimmy: Temple beating out infield .., .!: ++ '1 init "t tw first time. 2:13.2: ; 2)) BHS. 2:13.6.:

................. .. hits.Larry : I"s The BUS team of Keith Pa. lip To
::::::::::::,:,:::,:::::::::::,:,:,:,::::::::::::::::::-::: ,::::J.fr. 220-Yd. Dash-1)) Lewis, SA,
':::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : tray. Brant Turner, Hugh Stephens 24.5; 2)) Grlrel{'!, BHS, 25.1: 3)) 36 Months
Tanner, a junior, and Clarence Slade seta ZiPperer mrs, 25.2. To l'ay l
started the game for the Tor- new time of 46.9 seconds In 4 4i
nadoes. It was his first varsity the 440-yd relay. The old record Two-MiIe: Run 1)) Burnett.'
; start and Tanner suffered cf 47.7 was set In 1968 by Willie SA, 11:33.3: ; 2)) K. Prlvat;! BHS.
WISEehels.for from nervousness, Coach McKinney Cohens Jerry Gibbs Ronnie 11:34.5! ; 3)) Frick BHS. 11:50.3:
said. Griggs and Scottie Smith at Mile Relay 1) BHS, 3:51.9: ; ;
M the Fletcher Relays.- 2)) SA i
Larry Brown, a freshman left IA the distance medley relay
hander, horled the final four the first man runs a quarter
high innings for BHS. The little mile, second man the half mile, SEE {
Mlw, low COlt life his .. third man 3-4 of a mile, and the
hurler was razzed about. _. 1
... -
'''Iur.nce.Contact stilled the St. ,-.. :.- ..,- anchor one mile. Turningthe "HINEIGHBOR"
size but man
._ ;a---: -.....
..,tocteyl Augustine chatter by fanning the .. <: '- <--.. ...... ''""1""'-.'.. .. c' ..__ : ...:.:---. <_..'.._...-J-.... trick In 11:57: for the Tornadoes Why
,, 4- -
first two batters'he gace'd witha -- -" -- '-- .. ------ were Jim Thrift, 56.5: Allen
sweeping curve ball. Brown ,' 'J--, ... '..., --.J'. .-, ..- -- ,; .., Patz 2:10.0: ; Buddy Tra
: ,-.. .. ;: -.k .
r..o :: : -
struck out five and allowedtwo .. ,.l' ,.........., + .- wick 3:40.8: and Ricky FrIck Pay
-. .. --- .,." ....-*' -...,;. -_ 't. .
hits, both In the seventh =- 1)"oot:; -1. .. ::tf' .
---'_ ,'''c'n. _' .. ___.... _.... :
inning after he tired out. :.--:----""" ........ ...- .. --- _'''''''....-'' -- '-' entire Tornado team Jim Watson

City crews worked well into the afternoon Wednesday spreading sandto turned )in top performance And OnMARCH Mare?
The weak Tornado hitting Improved dry the fairgrounds after four days of rain. against; the stiff competition.
Junior Jim Shuford threw the 24
against St. Augustine,
t discus 126-11 27 fret further
Coach McKinney said, but weak C. H.
fielding was proved the BUS ,..f !Man he had ever thrown It. Hear Special Guest Naawor.1
downfall. Scottie Smith ran the high hurdles -
Rain cancelled the game sch- in 15.7 and Ronnie Griggsdid GeorgeHuggins y
A4ti the lows in 22-fIat. both
eduled here with Santa Fe Tues- lust."I t
/ Furniture
day, March 18. y good times for Class A. -
The Tornadoes will face Pa- d The Tornadoes will competeIn
MERRITTWILLIAMS latka in road game Friday, lrt t? the Fletcher Relays at 4
March 21, at 7:30: p.m. and p.m. Friday March 21, and then
will go to Live Oak for a 2 : < the Lee Relays next Tuesday, Bradford CountyAgricultural ,
tiT N. Walnut Street p.m game Saturday, March 22. March 25, at 4 p.m. .\ \t F5ty ;
PHONE 9G4-5391 St. Augustine
Coach McKinney has made two 1 Statistics Agent
!TAT! fAMM line-up changes since junior >. Shot put- 1) Perry, SA, 39-
lift litwr.K*CwnM" Infielder Mike Hewitt became 1 3-4; 2)) BubY BHS, 39-1; 3)) 6:45 A.M.on .
Worn! l WMMlnltM llllMll l1 Bames, SA, 35-2%.

...;...;....................................................................., eligible first Friday.at second He playedhis base 1 Dl cu.s1)) Barns. SA, 105-3; u, ;l t ilil
game 2)) Perry SA, 102.8%; 3)) C. POWERFULCHANNEL
against Bolles. David Lass- ., Harris, 980.
iter started at third base for C Pole vault-1)) Lewis SA, IN 12
JacksonvilleBusiness the first time and did a good ."'-:: 0; 2)) Andrew, SA, 9-0. ,
job, the coach said. .
High Jump 1) Crlder. SA,
The two losses last week ran be shaved. FFA member Frank ,
Even rows have to
:5-6; 2)) Murphey. BUS, 5-4; 3)
it to four straight for BHS, Tomlinson trims this one up for the cattle show Wed. TlfldeU!: SA, 5-2. JACKSONVILLE ,
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nesday night.

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editorial. Health Director Concerned

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r r Over Proposed PlantMarch

J L t j .. 17. 1969 industry than the average weather.
citizen. Can Mr. Hill imagine the

1f Mr. Gene Matthews Publisher Regardless of the proponed odor emanating in warm, high
I : Bradford County Telegraph name, such as a proposed Industry humid, muggy weather,atnightttme -
(i ir Starke, Florida *Is definitely a rendering especially down wind,
plant The purpose, as stated when such conditions exist?
Thanks Miss AmericaOnce 4 w Dear Mr. Matthews: would be to utilize the non- Why not ask those who know?
,: + I read with interest and con- edible waste products of I would suggest thata committee
cern the article in last week's chickens and, through a representing the Chamber and
edition of your paper with the rendering process consisting of citizens of Ila notion take a short
again the Gods have smiletj on spoiled everything.And heading, 'Food ProcessingPlant cooking at high temperaturesand auto trip to Doctor's Inlet In
the Bradford County: Fair just in. 1 4 May Locate in County." final drying process, con- neighboring Clay County. Then
the nick of time! now that the 1969 Fair has For the record, please be vert to an animal food supplement ask the citizens living there
gotten off to such an auspicious start L advised that your article was and in the vicinity for their com-
After a three-day deluge of rain, the with thousands turning out for the _: the first information I had received In the article, I note a degree ments, experiences, and recommendations -

clouds: finally broke late Tuesday and Rotary Club's annual Rural-Urban day of such a contemplated of uncertainty mentioned, regarding sucha
Industry in Bradford CountyAs in that approval by the Chamber plant.
the sun was out again, bright and early as well as a chance to see Miss America"in Improvement Award Presented Director of the Health would be contingent upon the For your information, the

Wednesday morning, just in time for person," three more days remainto Departments of Bradford. Clay, proposed plant maintaining good rendering plant at Doctor's Inlet

the fair opening. enjoy the sights and sounds of this Florida TheatreBobby and Union Counties, I have had housekeeping practices, and not has spent reportedly close to
annual fun-feat. re -ant experience in referenceto polluting the air' and water. one million dollars in an effortto
Bradford County would never have the problems of a similar operating But should the plant be con- solve their air and water

lived it down if :we had greeted our It sounds trite to say that each year Barksdale, owner of the Florida Theatre, receives the plant In Clay County. structed, and should such con- pollution problems.

lovely guest Miss America of 1969, the Fair gets "bigger and better," but latent Bradford Improvement Award presented by the Starke- Due to wide publicity receivedin ditions occur, what can and I wonder if the committee has
the two I'm what will the Chamber do except given serious consideration as ,
past years,
with the kind of miserable no other expression quite tells the Bradford Chamber of Commerce.
withdraw their approval. to disposal of the thousandsof
of the members of
sure some
that plagued us Sunday, Monday, and story for it really does just that. Presenting the plaque la BIP Committee member Roy Born- the Board of Directors of the Mr. Hill observed in visit- gallons of water utilized

Tuesday. In fact, we couldn't have Of next officials will bam Chamber of Commerce are ing the Knoxville, Term plant during each hour of processing?
blamed the young lady if she had taken course, year's Barksdale has completely redecorated the theatre, painting aware of the situation. that the odor present was not I am sure the State Air' &

one look, then climbed back into have to go some to cap this year'sAppearance the exterlon and Interior and added draperies and paneled areas. Thus, my remarks will be of rotting animal matter, but Water Pollution Board in Tallahassee -
of Miss America per- from emanated from the cooking and the Division of
the Inter- pro-
her plane and headed for sunnier Appearance and atmosphere In the theatre has been greatly Improved standpoint of an
haps the first time a festival of our size ested citizen who has more cess This is so true, and Sanitation, Florida State Boardof
climes. has had this distinguished honor. Wednesday according to BIP committee members who chose the knowledge of the problems encountered this is the problem encounteredIn Health, can furnish Information -

But the fair officials must have was a great day for Bradford Florida Theatre for the award.FARMER'S in such a proposed air pollution control." Good in reference to similar
housekeeping, "per se, will operating plants, statewide, on
the saying County and a major share of the credit -
been "living right as goes help In the fly problem and the request.
and once again the weather broke in must go to a ,beautiful and gracious odor of rotting material. How- I suggest that we ask our-

time. One more rainy day would have young lady named Judith Ford. DIARYworking ever, good housekeeping will selves, "Is Bradford Countyso

q not alleviate the indescribable, desperatley in need of additional
I More rain again last week penetrating, nauseating odor inousiry tnat approval
end and it seems like it has ( to set up a department emanating: from the high temperature should be given where thereIs

been a "blue moon" since we' ,. or to build one already, breakdown of protein any question of creating
j ve had clear weather to enJoy started. And the one over in material encountered in the nuisances and undesirability?"

on non-working days. And just Keystone Heights has ordereda cooking process. Yours sincerely,'
I Science Fair WinnersAnother before the rain, we had another :$25,000 engine to add to Its I assume the committee Dr. A, 1', Covington
fire-fighting resources. visited the Knoxville plant under Director
.. cold snap that brought frost to .... Bradford County
many locations in this area. ideal conditions; namely --- Health Department
But let's hope it clears up Another development worth daytime, cool and probably dry
and gets warmed for the Fair noting is the State's efforts to
enforce laws related to the pollution -'
which Is In progress now.
} group of young people we students, to go, instead, to the University .... of water and air. Sportsmen -

feel deserving of recognition by our of Florida to do further research.In As far as the berry crop is throughout the state are I
community is the 127 Bradford High concerned one man who has By Sam McGarvey hoping that at last somethingIs Remember.

}IJ School and Bradford Middle School other words, a good project meansno close contact with many of the being done to protect nat .

students who prepared projects for small sacrifice.It growers said he thought the ural resources before they are
ruined by various means.
Science Fair several weeks season was turning out just the growers in the Plant CItY
the local local Science
is also good to see the right: meaning that production have planted the new ....
ago. Fair revived after a few yare of inacti- has been held up until now variety and that they are pieasea Next Thursday thousands of By Alice McGarvey 25 Years Agodents
and that the plants are in good
vity. The BHS faculty member respon- with
Eleven of these young people were results. Some Tiogas people from all over this section remember when Star
shape to produce a lot of fruitIn Do you
chosen to represent BHS at the Regional sible, Mrs. Pam Dickerson, is to be a short time. have been tried here and the will attend the annual meet- ke local mail was delivered fora

Science Fair and six of that group commended for her effort. .... plants have produced some ber- ing of the Clay Co-Op at Key- penny? That was 25 years brought in clothing they
ries of record size. It is of had outgrown and items
stone Heights. one no longer -
have ,been chosen to compete' in the And so it is that The Telegraph tips Starke market manager Bob the biggest gatherings in this ago-and local RFD routes handled used at home for a White
State Science Fair in Jacksonville, April Its editorial hat to another group of Allen said that with a breakIn .<*. area and folks from near and letters for two cents until Elephant Sale,which raised$20.
the weather, the market will If you haven't been to the and March 26, 1944 when the rate 59.
912. people. As we've said before, wu far get together enjoy a
for auction sales in
young a
open Fair yet, there is still plentyof chicken dinner, entertainment went up to three Miss McRae's Third Grade
It takes a lot of time to prepare a feel it our duty to recognize the "good"things few weeks, and that in the time to take it in and see vote for directors and hear War-time "luxury taxes Class netted $14.60 and plan

science project especially one good about our youth, as well as a meantime, a buyer will be on the special events,including the reports on their Co-Op. The were In effect In 1944, Includ- ned another sale for the following -

enough to win at the higher levels. Research duty at times to record some of the platform to handle the berries Talent Show (Thursday night), speaker this year will be Sen. ing 20 per cent on jewelry, week.
being picked now. the beauty pageant Friday night furs, toilet articles, and lea- -
must be prepared to sub- the less favorable. *... Jack Mathews of Jacksonville.
papers and of course all the western ther goods; and the tax on Mrs. Warren's Fourth Grade
stiante the students' findings and results And If you care to join us in offering Allen said production in the day attractions lined up for .... telephone calls went from 10% class earned gold stars for

of their experiments; must be acj them congratulations, take timeto Plant City area has been light Saturday, including the Horse Today (Thursday) officially to 15%, except on long distance, "perfect work." Those receiving -
curate. Many hours are spent digging your about their individual pro- and that the growers there are relics and the western music the first day of spring and we which was 25%. The tax on awards for the current
research books. inquire not at all pleased with the sea- jamboree. So if you want to hope that the weather follows cabaret and night club tabs week were: Betty Buchee, Glen-
t through jects. You may find that high school son so far. A market bulletin be where the action is, come suit and warms up. It would went from 5% to 30, and theatre da Crosby, Willie Colley, James -

The six students going to the state :students:: now-a-days go much fartherin reported that price. there to the Fair and have a goodtime. help the tobacco farmers who tickets from 10 to 20. Grlffis, Edmund Press-
,. fair in April have been asked to give up science classes than those of our were around 32 to 34 cents have been waiting patiently fora man, Anthony Rains, George
a pint; a grower who specializesIn break in the weather to set Capt. John Milton Brownlee Ricks, Jimmy Pitch. Leslie
their day off from school this Friday, generation. high-quality fruit is reportedto ... out and for that Brownlee
plants, matter, son of Mrs. J. M. Falrcloth. Ruth Gils son, Lor-
t' 'which is County Fair Day for BHS be getting $5 a Hat for his The Interest in volunteer fire It 'wouldn't do the rest of us of Starke, was awarded the alne Williams, Mazle Johnson,

berries. ...,* fighting! organizations has con- any harm, as we are all just Silver Star for gallantry Inaction Hazel Kersey, Jo An Pa tray,
t tinued and almost every com- plain tried of shivering and in Tunisia. According Melba Ricks, Marion Rowe,
t + Incidentally, Allen said that munity in this entire area Is taking medicine for the flu. to .the citation: "When hostile Blanche Stanley, Betty Williams

forces prevented deliveryof Jo Ann Williams, Anna
vital ammunition and radio Zee Thomas, Dan AUnhroni
If ) ". supplies, Capt. Brownlee madean and Clyde Denmark,
No Receive
Home For Lieut. Gov. It's a woman's 1,413 immediate reconnaisance .

discovered an alternate route, The Methodist Fellowship
t.' ...Jt1IJ1NbBy Surplus FoodIn and accomplished his mission. Class had a membership drive
His undaunted courage In the which they made into a contest
RAY OSBORNE, the handpickedchoice furnish the lieutenant governor witha BradfordWhile face of overwhelming odds mer- by having two opposing

of Gov. Claude Kirk to be home at the expense of the public. its the highest praIse" teams. The "Wise GU)s"were

this state's first lieutenant governor Instead of looking for ways to run of led by Fred Guy and the
the number :persons
since 1885, Isn't going to get a free up the cost of government, Rep. Martha Sue McCain receiving commodity foods was At this time 25 years ago, "Tip Tops" by C, H. :\aswo-
Lawtey school and most othersIn
home In The Grove, despite the push James would be providing a far great. it 'County Extension up state-wide during December, the area were having their rthy. The losers had to put
dinner for the
Home Economics Agent on a spaghetti
for such a residency by Rep. WilliamG. er service to those he represents In it was down slightly in Bradford commencement excerises.with winners..

James, second term Republicanfrom the House and to all of Florida if County. tile school term closing as the .
Delray B :a he would concentrate on to reduce Freddie Thomson's first birthday -
The Grove is the historical home ARE PEANUTS, NUTS? parate from uie foam. And Bradford County were 1,143 persons Many families needed their part was held on the
expenditures, or at least hold Peanuts aren't nuts. They're when buying eggs, look for the down from 1,460 who received children to help with harvest- lawn of the Fred.Stump home.
and property across the street from them In line.THERE legumes the same family USDA grade mark In the form the foods In December.In ing the berry crop, which was Little guests entertained were

the governor's mansion in Tallahassee. IS NOTHING in the consti- that peas and beans belong to. of a shield on the carton. It Union County the numberrose the chief Income for most Local :Mary Kathryn and Betty Lou
It was built by the great grandfa. But whatever you call them, certifies that each egg was from 430 in December ''to farmers. Wainwright Mary Agnes :Matthews
ther of the wife of former Gov LeRoy tution establishing the office of lieu they below in everyday menus graded for quality and sorted 451 In January Bradford County's schoolchildren Mrgirvia Jean Darby, Kathleen
tenant governor that even remotely because of their food value. for size.STUFFED. Bradford and Union are two backed their parents In and Jerry Scanlan, Robert -
Collins and
reacquired by Collins In suggests the people are to providehim Peanuts are exceptionally highin EGGPLANTThis of the 4r (of the state's 67 the drives for funds and In order Canova Kldd, Thomas and

1941.From with living quarters.For niacin and are importantfor fills the bill elegantlyas counties) which participate in to make some money for Field Smith, Joy Sue and David -
time to time there has been other B vitamins too. Am- either a vegetaoie or a the commodity distribution ser- the Red Cross fund drive Mrs. Allen Jimmie Guy, Charlie
speculation that the former governor that matter, the constitutiondoes ong vegetable foods, peanuts meatless main dish. The eggplant vice. Clay docs) not participate. Demorest's Eighth Grade stu- Futch and Lou and Bill Green.
little more than establish the rate high in quantity of pro- stuffing is truly fancy
wanted to sell the valuable of State-wide. 204,910 persons received
piece office and stipulate that upon vacancyIn tein. For the most efficientuse fare -. a mixture of large This
food aid In January.
property since he no longer lives In the office of governor, the lieutenant of the peanut protein, serve pieces of ripe olives, chopped was 8,500 persona more than
Tallahassee. But he says not. some animal protein food suchas eggplant onion and green pepper
governor shall become chief exec- milk or with the number that took part in
meat eggs and cheese topped with bread r =
"WE ARE NOT interested at the utive. them at the same meal Pea- crumbs. You might wantto the program in December. w
present time in seeking a sale," Collins Until such an Incident develops, the nuts are also a good sourceof garnish each serving with Distributed Jointly the FloridaDepartment

recently said after Rep. James lieutenant governor regardless of food energy. If you can whole ripe olives. Drain the of Public Welfare
get your peanuts away from olives until dry, then roll themin and the U. S. Department of
had prettied bill
a who carries the title Is
authorizing not
purchase likelyto Consumer and
the family, store them In the a bowl with a few drops of Agriculture's
of The Grove by the state and be anything more than a combination refrigerator in tightly closed olive or salad oil to make Marketing Service, !the foods Include ,

I designating It as the home of the glorified errand boy and highly containers so they'll stay crisp them glisten. dry beans, butter or margarine 'li \ g

I lieutenant governor.We paid campaign worker for the gover and keep their flavor. Peanuts One cup ripe olives, 1 med. cheese, corn meal, scrambled -
in the shell keep better ium-size eggplant, 1/2 cup egg mix, flour, canned
see no reason why the taxpayersof
nor.Enough then when shelled. And unsalt- chopped onion, 1/4 cup chop poultry, gilts, lard or shorten- -
Florida should be saddled with expense has been Incurredby ea peanuts Keep never man ped green pepper,2 tablespoons log, canned chopped meat, evaporated -

the additional expense of providing creating the needless office. Certainly salted ones. If you want crisp butter or margarine, 1/4 teaspoon milk, nonfat dry milk fo BofltlnqT Mc

living quarters for the lieutenant gov the people of Florida shouldnot peanuts In salads and sauces, salt, 1/8 teaspoon pep rolled oats peanut butter, cann- : ''JLe

ernor. Whether former Gov. LeRoy be expected to see even more of don't mix them with other Ingredients per, 1 cup grated American ed vegetables dried split peas : ;
until just befor ser cheese, about 1/4 buttered dried
Collins Is Interested in selling the tractto their money wasted on another man ving. A peanuts soaks up moisture bread crumbs. cup Instant raisins potatoes, rice, corn prunesor yrup; ,
the state or not, there Is no need sion as the Delray Beach lawmaker readily, and that's not too Cut olives into large pieces. -
juice, and canned pork. By Lynn H.imlHon: of Southern Marine
now, nor anytime In the future, to has proposed. good for a salad Cut eggplant lengthwise into

LAKE CITY| REPORTER halves; cook In covered pan in There's one fast way to increase your family boating run.
COOKING EGGS small amount of boiling water Don't wait for the traditional Memorial Day opening to get
Here are some tips on preparing 10 minutes. Drain; scoop out Bradford Gets the season started. Launch early.

eggs and egg dishes.A inside, leaving 1/2 inch rim. Once you kick the "Memorial Day habit" 'you'll\ see what
The Bradford County properly cooked egg has a Chop scooped-out eggplant $32,002 Sales good sense early season boating makes. Although! temperature
TELEGRAPH -' tender white and a smooth yolk. Saute' onion and green pepper are sometimes cool you cnn lick this by dressing properly. It
N. If cooking temperature is too In butter until tender-crisp. And Use Tax isn't necessary to battle near' freezing temperature. ;uiUesthe
-:::::;:: high or the egg is cooked too Add chopped eggplant, salt pepper Evlnrude News Service, but there are many balmy Spring

ESTABLISHED 1879 ..... '' long, the protein shrinks and cheese and olives; mix Sales and use tax collections days when boating Is a real pleasure.rary .
k5 -& makes the white tough and the lightly Heap Into eggplant totaled more than $48.4 million ) season launcmng is
yolk mealy. low Just the answer for the overanxious was made to ,'rd..r.'u'l1
Always use shells. Top with crumbs. Bake during February, an Increase of
r, : angler, and this description have your favorite! cruising:
to moderate
heat and
never 1n 375-degree ( ) 60 cent the collections
moderately hot per over
WIt..r"1\ to No
MMaeaFLORI 0.8.i.. flts Just about everyone yourself. congestion
overcook. This applies to cookIng oven 30 minutes Makes In February of 1968.
4 to '
Give thanks in all circum- who owns a fishing rod. worry about. Justyou.
A ESSASSO eggs or any mixture that servings Of this amount, Bradford In ninny areas March\ April a finely\ tuned outboard
stance-U( Thess. 5:18). has a large proportion of egg. County received! $32,002 (up 46.9 and May provide the hottest purring along and the feeling:

Problems of inharmony can Hollandalae sauce will curdle per cent); Clay County $72.826 action of the year. A good example of Spring! all around. Sound
T ON If cooked at too high a tem- is the good? Well, believe me It Is.
be solved by a thankful, appre- 7h6 Old 1e97k (up 138.7 per cent: and Union season openingon
ciative attitude. A ready wordof perature or for too long a / County A,742 (up 61.7 per cent). largemouth and striped What's. true on the water,
) time. You can sometimes baas. These battlers start hitting goes double for tnt land.Boatingcamping .
Fred O. (IBudl) Dickinson Jr.
gratitude always brings a ,
Another Is
smooth a curdled sauce by beat. k early. prize buffs won'thave
response. All of us like to be Ing a small amount of warm pointed out that the February the walleye when it starts Its to worry about advance
appreciated. We all know how water into It. Mixing is Important collections are based on sales annual run. reservations, crowded camp ..

E. L.
MATTHEWS. Editor-rubaaber we react to appreciation ; we also in cooking with made in January which! is usually For the angler who enjoysthe grounds and just too many
Published each Thursday and entered u Seised know how it makes us feel approved eggs. A layer of yolk at the ) a slow month. solitude of a quiet lake. people to really enjoy the
Claw Mailer at the Pont Office: at SUrke. Florida bottom of a > Sales tax collections for the Spring carries a special bonus. feeling of "roughing: It."
of and desirous of being puffy omelet indicates t tA.r
While most boatmen talk.
under Act .f March 3rd, 171. Let let too little mixing, while a !{ fiscal year (July-February' ) are lost boatmen are camera
more helpful. us ing about the coming season and this
bugs should be stand
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, 15."; OnUUa "thank you" be our quick re- heavy compact omelet means 'I, ,:- now total $370 million, which Is you'll be hauling in the big ard equipment on
any early
trade area: 1 year, "..50I to good that too much mixing. Cook the "Women might not be ableto $J56 million or 73 per cent season adventure. Everythingseems
sponao every ap omelet add but ]higher than for the 1967- 8 fiscal ones.Cruising
after mlx- they can certainly enthusiast will to come alive after a,
I pears. liw. otherwUa Mould may se- distract." year. also find that Spring boating Ions winter' sleep._

March 20, 1969 TELEGRAPH Paso 11Our


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iEiiiTOW\ CHURCH Sunday,School LAWTEY., 10 a.m. Morn-- '' : (' ? ,' .
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bog Worship 11:15. Sunday ) CJIJ .
Night service 8:30. Highway: + ,.. < .
SERVICE MENTechnical 225, northwest of Lawtey.-Rev. .'.',: <' 3:,>'; airy' ; ,.

"I 6 I R. L. :Bennett pastor. : ':: 1JliJ lJlflJ.llid! ;til&tf! fJ/ fldItI It7 9''. :

James E. ju..> !
Sergeant STARKB ., :
Nina M. /
Young, son of Mrs. Sunday- Church School 9:45: .., ,," ', ..
Perry, 615 Francis St., Starke. '
a.m.: Morning Worship 11: /
unit that has
is a member of a .
MYP Snack Supper, 6 p.m.:
earned the U. S. Air Force
Outstanding Unit Award. MYP Meetings, 6:30; Evening CHURCH; OF JESUS; CHRISTOF
Sergeant Young, an FIRST -
maintanence technician In the Monday Jr. Girl Scout: QONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Highway.12,5: NesflWWt 8- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School I. 10 a.m.; Morning (116 East Call St.

89th Military Airlift Wing at 3:15: p.m. CHURCH Morning Worship, 11 a. m.Youth Lawtey. Sunday School, 1,0 turn.- Morning Worship and commun- Worship 11 u. m.; Evening &:rvlce.*: Pilf lthor8:45; \ : ;
Andres AFB, Md., will wear Tuesday Jr. CUrl Scouts Sunday School, 10 a.m.. Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Practice Morning Worship 11:15. Sun ion\ Service, 11 a, m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. rn.. Prayer Sunday ScVx/1.! W.w.: ,: Sacrament -
the distinctive service ribbonto 1:15 p.m. Worship Service 11 a. m. Wednesday 8 p. m. day Night Service, 6:30.--Rev. services, 6:00.WCdneooay: Meeting 7:30: p. m.: Wednesday 11:00: Branch President.
mark Ms affiliation with the Wednesday Younger Chil Evening Service 7 p.m. Rev. Robert D. Burob R. L. Bennett! pastor. Worship service 7 -Rev. J. C. H:*Ui8.: pastor' Dean Hanson< 9C4-K278; /;
dren's Choir Rehearsal. 3 p.m. Tuesday Night Cottage Frayei p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell.

unit.The unit, which provides air Prayer Meeting and Bible study I eUnlr. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL; KINGSIJKY LAKE BAPTIST
transportation for top U. Sand 7:30.: Thursday Night, Prayer :MeeV Chord Sunday School, 10 'a. m. :Mora- NORTHSIDK BAPTIST Sunday-0:45: a. rn. Sunday. CHURCH
foreign government officials Thursday Chancel Choir JOB In church 7:3 p.m. Grace Baptbt CHURCH School, 11:00: a. m. Morning
11 m. Training
lag Worship, i. School 9:30: a.m.
M. Sunday
was cited for Its safety Rehearsal, 7:45: p.m. Youth Service, Friday" night Sunday School 10:00:11:00 A.A. M. vices (Booster Band Young Schedule of services: Sunday Warship 6:00: p. m. Training Union .10:13:I;; am. Morning:
awareness and professionalanility Friday older' Children' 7:30: pjn. Morning Worship : People, and Prayer Service). 8 School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- 11 m. Evening Worship -
P. M. Worship a.
( ; in achieving an accident- Choir Rehearsal 3:30: p.m. Ivy Luke. Pastor Training Union 6:00: Worship 7 m. 10:45: a. m. Training Union dhlp. week
M. p. m. Evening p. m. Mld- Prayer
11:00 A. 7:30
( : : p.
free record of more than 43 Saturday confirmation Evening Worship Midweek Service, Wednesday, 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday,-7:30:: .P1'i&- 'tI- Services Wednesday 7:30: p.
569 hours for the period Prayer Meeting Mid-Week Prayer Service, 1st and 3rd Wednesday
flying Class. 10 a.m. 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D., 7:45.: worship together
from July 1966 through June 7:30: P. M. 7:45 1:00 Family night. m. Come
Rev. DeWitt T. arabee.. Wednesday : p. m. night- : p.
pastor Price, pastor
1968. pastor. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services Rev. Virgil Lovett. Pastor. .... -Rev.
This is the second time the : Sunday School 10 a. m.

unit has received the award. FIRST BAPTIST (CHURCH Preaching: 11 a. m. Training ,{
Sergeant Young is a graduateof STARKE Union, 5:45 p. m. Evening. Worship err. MARK'S EPXSCOPAX.BTARKE .

Bradford County High Sch- Opportunities of service: 7 p. m. Everyone welcome.

ool.His wife, Glenda, Is the Sunday School, 1 9:45: a.m. -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastorFIRST Sunday eervlcw: Holy Euefu I mi I
Morning Worship at 11: sermon. exist, 8:30: a.m. Church School,
Marie Schwabeof =
daughter of Mrs. CHRISTIAN CHURCH $!
"The Church at Philadelphia.
11. (Holy
:45.: Family SerVice '
Winter Haven Fla. Sunday Service: Sunday &
The Loyal Church. Intermediate I
Eucharist, .let and Srd Sundays HUSTLE
School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship -
OAt 12:15.: Executive Com
Morning Prayer. 2nd and 4tfc ....
Airman 1st Class Mike De- mlttee of New River Assn. 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser r. I Ii
vice 6:30 Midweek Service Sundays. ::1 ;;;;;. AND t
vrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. meets 2:30: p.m. Training Union : p. m.
Denver R. Devrick of Starke 6:15. Evening Worship., 7:30: : Wednesday 7:15: p. m. : #1 m i
Lenten Service.J. .
has been recongnlzed for helP- sermon, "He That Sitteth Za Charles Reese ministerBAYLESS 7:30: p.m.. ,'. :':"'::'. B HSTL E .;.=- ..
Tbomoa Staab. Rector) .d ..... J '
ing his unit earn the U. s. the Heavens Shall Laugh." HIGHWAY .:..:..:..:.. I IThe {
Air Force Outstanding Unit Award Monday 10 to 12 JI
a.m. noon: BAPTIST attm.cB8uDda7
111 II
Devrick is a data computer S.by S.Herbert Witnessing McGlamery Campaign, for led all Scbool, 10 *jn. Pre. CHURCH OF GOD il Ilil! :::::::::::::::::;:::::::;:::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::.::;.
422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.
in the 437th Military :
operator pastors and vetoing Services at 11. TrainingNoon :::: -:
general Sunday
Airlift Wing at Charleston : Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship throbs' withbusiness ;::; .1
School workers of the New 8 p.m. Evening Service. I ::;:;: big city 4,
AFB, S.C.. which was cited Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. ;;: a
Meeting. ;:; life truffle and I
for exceptionally meritourlous River Association at First Baptist. tf Midweek: Prayer m. Prayer Meeting, Faiday, 7:30: :: heavy C i I v >,
service during its combat and Youth Choir Practice, 7 VTednesday. 7:30.: (Everyone: welome. .- p. m.-Rev. Chester J. Shouppe: ;;:; the comings!' and gongs and tlo- p pi' Ih I #: ..'
resupply airlift operations around p.m. Rev. George J:. CrotPeO pastor. ; !;;;+;; logs!' of many people. Whether 1/

the world. Tuesday S. S. Witnessing pastorst .. :;::; ;;;::;:: you live in the city or) you just i
Devrick is a graduate fo Brad- Campaign, 10 to 12 noon. Jun- HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (
:;:;;: come to town occasionally from ,. l II'r'
ior Choir and Sunbeams, 3:30.: ( 100 at Theressa.) I
ford High Schhol. His wife Highway
is the former JoAnn Carver Primary Choir. 4:15.: S. S. Witnessing HAMPTON CHKlSflANCHURCH ; Sunday School-10 a. m. ::;:::::: the small town 0farm, you !/ ( i
Campaign for S. S. :;;:;;: have experienced this hustle a-au III i
of Palatka. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- Morning Worship-11 a. m. ; ;: I
YOrkers First Baptist. 7 !:|m i and bustle. It reminds that i
- p.m. ing Worship at 11:; Evening Training Union- ::30 p.m. ::; you I I
PFC David Hill, son of Mr. Wednesday. S. Witnessing Worship, 7:30.Rev.: Carl Evening WOl'Shlp.-7:15: p. m. ;:;:;: all life sometimes gets too hurried 1 :c:;
and Mrs. Leo Hill of Brooker, Campaign. 10 to 12 noon, and Clarke pastor. Wednesday Night Prayer Services :r9x: .;:::; too frantic with all we'a i
has been assigned to the 101st 7 p.m. Church Choir Practice. -7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle .N
1* :::::;; must do. We need a time to }}:
Airborne Dlvison (Airmobile) 7:45. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Packham, pastor.
in Vietnam as a rifleman. HAMP10.N ':|:jj:;: stop and somewhere to RO to 7

- MADISON STREET Sunday (School 10 a. m. Morn- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ;11 !r'y;:;':;:! find peace and respite from all 1*

Pvt. Thomas J. Crum, son BAPTIST CHURCH. ing Worship at 11. Training: OF STARKE }:: '::;|:| this. Have you thought of

of Mrs. Emma Crum of Old Opportunities for service; Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night West Weldon St. and Raiford :;:: ';:::}:: trying God? Job 22:21: says, t tt i
Lawtey Road, Starke, has been Sunday, March 23 Sunday: Meeting, 7:30 followed {
Prayer Road
t:: ;;gi:' "Acquaint now thyself with
assigned to the 2nd Infantry School, 9:45 a.m Morning Worship by choir practice. Starke Nursing .... <.'
Sunday 10:00 .
Divison in Korea, as a rifleman 11. Youth Choir : a. m. :s: :::;: God ami be at peace."
Practice. service 2:45
Home : p. m.
11:00: :a: m. Morning Worship;
: : f:::: How sweet it is to be in r
4:30: Youth :
pan Fellowship -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. .
6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: ;.> ::. ,:
- Supper. 5:45: : Training Union. p. m. Evangelistic Services. :::; ::::;:: God's house, to feel I close 1 to ;

PFC Jimmie E. Patterson 8:15.: WMTJ Prayer Circle, 7:15.: CALVARY BAPTIST Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. ,Mid ::::' ::;::;: Him, to listen to His word. J .*-1

son of Mr. and Mrs. JamesL. Evening Worships 7:30.: Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning week P.rayeuMeeting.. r; ;::::;: Tension leaves. Peace of soul

Patterson, of Route 2, Sta- Tuesday R. A. Meeting. Worship, 11 a. m. Training. Pastor: T. E. GlUeyHEILBRONN :::1;' :..;;*;:;:: arrives. Won't you attend i.- :
6i30.p.m, Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service -
rke, recently completed an aircraft Wednesday irc >:'f God's house this week and see
Wednesday Prayer Meet- 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, ;?
powertrain repair courseat ing 7:30: p.m. Business Meet 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H. BAPTIST ;: :::s;;:! what he can do for you?
the Arm Trans Deration School Ing. 8. Church Choir Practice Butler, pLotJr.DEDAN: CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 N. I .
Eustls Va. During 830. Sunday School, 9:45: 'a. m
ived the ten-week course he rece- Thursday Sunbeams and. Morning Worship. 11. Training; 11 ;jt:::::: : ::::::: ::::::::::::: ::::::?::::::?::::::::::;:::::::::::::;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;iv::::::;:;:;::yvbtii.;::;:: ::;:;;:;:;:;::;:::;:;:;:;:;rr..r:; ::::::;:::;:::::::;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::ti..5: : :;; f
Instruction on the functionand BAPTIST CHURCH Union. 6:30 Evening Sen, .... .,. "
: m.
p. '
GA's. 3:30: p.m. / \ l'.j \\ST1ltD- :1; i
principles of operation of BROOKERSUndaY' !, Tht" (hush'I.G"'IGPP.i.lOdo.ri.lhi..rldt. iprMdtito.tht.lmaxltdjt/ al(His)qv., S J ..
Midweek: Ser .
vice 7:30.: Prayer .
powertrain systems,troublesh- -Denton SumraU. pastor. MornIng .:.3 {::}; lor man and ol Nn demand lot man to rtipond lo that loci by loving. tin ntighbor.Without' j :-: :
School 10 m.
a. rice, 7:30.: -
ooting, and field* maintenance Worship, 11 a. m. Training ..-Rev. L. Tommy Howe pa.st>orGU.IIA.1 :::: :;:;;a: this grounding, Id 'the bra of/ Cod no ga.trnrntnl' or utiity' or nay of lilt will long ffi : ::;; ;;
inspection requirements.A 1/16 Old -tt/mUt. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser if;:: ys::: ptruvtra. ond tilt Irttdoms" whih wt hold a dear will, miviloblir. ptnth Th".,.... arm :.: ::::

r'" ..' .. --- ... ,. vice, 7:30.-Rcv.: Lacy Conway BAPTIST CHURCH :ti;, r;};:; from a ulflili point, of dew, wit iheuld iuiport| the (hunk for the take of Iht wtllort -d. :.!;.
i ,l2" :;::4 ,::.:: of himself and hit" family brood that, ho.t.tr, tvtiy pawn ihou'd' uphold and par r:: :: :}}:
summary of fishing rules pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning !{? Ys; Hilpott' in the Churdi btcouu II' Hill the hush about man i hit' death and dtiliny, the ;Pl'h'# ;; :!
; Worship! 11 a. m. and 7 p. : .
,}: truth which alma will ut him hash. H.. ol a child ol Cod.SSSSBB :::: ::::
and ::: :
regulations may be obtain: dl Airpark Baptist Church m.- ReFred'Johns pastor :.:, ,a. t co,,...Ad..3" .*: y

ed Judges at the or office their of authorized all County IIcense Hut n Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning NEW RIVER BAPTIST r S.._ $::;::: ::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::;.L.: :::::::;:;:::;:::;:::::::::::;::::: ::;:::::;:::::;:;:::::;:::;:::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:::;:;:::::;:;:::::;:;:;:;:::::::;:::?;:::::;:;:::::::}: :::::::;:;:::;:::::;* :
Worship, 11:00: a.m.; EvenIng Ii Iit
agents (V' 1 OEs'vArow :ArF Worship, 7:00 p.m.: Wed Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning :
3urr.4 /5'g, r h.. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Worship, 11 a. m. Training
Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship. ,
7:00: p.m. Study Book of
TYPEWRITERS: Manual ere "Money doesn't buy happi on
Electric. For sale or rent. ness, but it pays for the Psalms. (Nathan .JL. Modlinjr, 8 p. m. Wednesday night service y:}
7:30: p. m Everyone wel
Bradford County Telegraph. pastor. Everyone Welcome.
illusion. .
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Is Cool .. Spring TermRegistration
Super Copin { a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for two weeks

(80 hours of Instruction), and
'Bullitt' Set For FloridaSteve LAWTEY\ CORPS will be repeated as often as

Starts At SFJC necessary to meet the needIn

McQueen plays To prepare for the sequence Br: BMM: Blanchard Classes In Aircraft Sheet the area.
a super
cool cop with beautiful! "where speeds! often exceed 100 .M1 Ir. I IWd41) Il Metal work started at the Brad- Ted Oglesby, director of the
Jacqueline and other members ,t .. .. .. ..... .. center, announces that a cour-
mph. McQueen
Blaset as his girl in "Bui. ford Union Area Vocational-
se in will be offered
l Ittt" in a five-day engagement of the production company Blahop'a Convocation For Technical Center on March 17, cosmetology -
If sufficient Interest la
at the Florida! Theatre Friday spent a day at the Cotatl! race. Youth And Gainesville District providing employment entry Indicated.
through track near S.m Francisco. skills In the aircraft industry.
Tuesday! : March 2125. Youth Ralley "If are out of school
There ho hit speeds nearing the Classes are held twice daily,
The senior high :youth of !! have completed the 10th gradeor
140 mph with several of the Monday through Thursday,from
United MetJtcIdb&Churc.h
'TVs Man from UNCLE. Robert Lawtey: above, and would take advantage -
high: powered and specially a- pent a busy weekend 3:30: to 6:30: p.m., and from 7
Vau lm. IMS a xaarrlng dplt'd1'S: : being used in the ; In Lakeland: on the 7 and 8 of to 10 p.m.A In Starke of the, please class contact If offered
role in "Bullitt" ambition
as an exciting" chase. class In commercial sewing
the Vo-Tech
politician anxious to give awl the Pill" is also started March 17 Centerglvfngyour
Madron Duck.
Lamar Priest. name, address, and
protection t>> a hood in return set for the 301 Drive-In. :Friday with the objective of providingthe phone num-
Dean Traylor and ber, Mr. Oglesby said.
for his being a Ur witness at : skills for
March 21-22 necessary employment
and Saturday.
Denton and Chuck .Major Person Interested in of
a Soiuto: subcommittee hearing with film entitled "Pretty In the garment and clothing any
aliens :a departed by Greyhound bus alone jj the above courses may call
on crime.McQueen. Industry.
Poison.! ninety; 964-6150 for further
with approximately Informa-
This class is held Monday
David Niven Dcborrah Kerr, other senior high youth from I IPair through Friday dally, from, 8 tion.

a racing: car and .
motorcycle driver in real life, head the large" cast. Prudence After attending a ralleywltfch .

1cv*! hU own stunt driving in"BuIlltt.s" (Miss Geeson) has the PILL! Miami Janice Lee Vickers consisted of folk singing\ SCO.TTY S 'SPECI'ALSr: j
harrowing: auto chaser There are others who do not daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JamesM. and a sermon by: Chaplain. Price !

through! the streets of Snn have the PILL but they Vlckers, Brunswick, Ga. the youth enjoyed a late night .
Francisco! where the dramanas : know who docs! and think they of Starke. ha snack before retiring to their Joins Tob CorpsTwo
filmed.. Mla Bisset helps know how to get it. and formerly guest homes.
cut with the" briefest! mini shirts Mix up the PILL and some been graduated as a stewardessfor The evening was hosted b,. SCOTTY'S WHITEGLUE 1
local Richard left and Gatlfci
boys, Newman ( ) Buddy
:although! her favorite: real-life aspirin and (a highly sophisticated Pan American AIrw.ys.Based the Florida Southern College
left for Dickinson, North Dakota late Tuesday March 18, to
people and them r ,
costume! is !said! to consist of who also provided the youth
sweater and blue jeans. figure out who's going to 'win, In New York City for with a campus tour following enroll In the Job Corps Training Center there.!

the PILL or Nature. her first fling at foreign travel breakfast the next morning. Job Corps, U. S. poverty agency revived by the Nixon Administration -

Tuesday Weld< and Tony Perkins the new Pan Am stewardess After the campus tour the youth Is a program under which enrollees complete

7 have the lends in the little" will fly .Jets on trips across the attended the Bishop's Convocation high school, receive Job training, and are placed In a Job as a S hounhold For carpentry Job or Avg. Retail 49cJ 11
z publicized "Pretty Poison. for youth. The convocation self-sustaining citizen according to Mrs.. Thelma Dixon director
Atlantic to Europe, Africa, the 4 or. tquono bottle,
bewitchingly -
Weld a
Obliss pcrtnays consisted of program which encouraged of CUBB's Neighborhood Service Center in Bradford County. tame will
innocent twitchlngly all- Orient as well as to Latin Amer the youth to give: 29 wale Qua
I cpt 666 American honor-roll !student and ica and to the resort Islands of their summer vacation time to Newman 17, Is the lion of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Newman and Scotty's Sale Price .:.....w....

drum majorette. Bermuda, the Bahamas and the the service of their Lord. Following Gatlin, 16, Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gatlin ....

Perkins portrays: a disturbed Caribbean the convocation the They will be at the Job Corps Training Center In North WALL HUNG BATHROOMCABINET

young loner. youth boarded the Greyhound Dakota for at least two years. Each will receive $75 per month -

busses and returned home. from the Job Corps which Is operated under the U.S. Dept. of

Highland Baptist Church win Labor.' Of the $73. the boys will receive $ZJ: for spending money,

have their Annual Home Coming 825 will be saved and given to them upon graduation, and thethird e Mount wily on ny wall
March 30. Everyone Welcome. Enameled hams
$23 will be sent home to their parents. The boys flew e
CHURCH SCHEDULES 0 Two llx.d.tMt iTMlvm
from Gainesville to North Dakota.
Grace United Methodist-Sun \ Retail 4.99
According to Mrs. Dixon, five local youths have signed up> Average
.day School 9:45: a.m., Worship "
II a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Choir for Job Corps but Newman and Gatlin are the first to leave \ SCOTTY'S 29

Practice Wednesday 7 p.m. followed for training. SAI e PRICE 3

hv__ a/rvn_./___ ._ _
:First Baptist Church Sunday'
School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 Mrs. Albert Sappenfleld Satur- Special Sato Wise, Good Thru March 29th
of Wlldwood, spent the weekend
sum. and 7:39: p.m. Training day.Mr. with their parents, Mr. and
union 6:30: p.m. Midweek ser- and. Mrs. Vernon Olin Mrs. W. P. Moore. 4205 N. W. 6th St. Phone 378-1619
vices Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. were in Ocala on Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs of GAINESVILLE, FLAt
Church of God Sunday' combined business. and pleasure Huntsvllle Ala. were weekend
School 9:45: Worship. 11
trip.Friends visitors of the Arlle and Willie
ajn. and 7:30 p.m. of Danny Waters will Dobbs.

Highland Baptist Church be interested to learn that he Mrs. Jack Pens, and son CASH BUYS MORE AT
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship left March 7 for basic Army
Joey of Tallahassee
spent a
@ 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training at Fort Benning, Ga..
{ few days at the home of her
Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. Prayer -' Wilbur Waters left Sunday for parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant SCQTTY'Shome

P.m.meeting Wednesday at 7:30.: Naval Reserve Training at Orlando Reddish. Mrs. Reddish' slater

Mrs. J. M. Wilson, of Macclen-
PERSONALS Leslie Phillips builders
Mr. and Mrs. ny. was a recent guest at the supply
Mr. and Mrs. B. X.. WUHson:! and boys of Jacksonville were Reddish home.
If your old car Jr., and son, and David Cox of Saturday supper guests of his

Jacksonville called on the Senior mother, Mrs O. J. Phillips and
is too "sprung"for Wilklsons and Miss Elizabeth \ Danny.Mr. .

Terry on Wednesday. and Mrs. Albert Sappen
this springDon't Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Andere field returned home Monday TONIGHT !
and Billy visited Mr. and Mrs. after a visit with Mrs. Dorothy

Johnny: Jenkins in Jacksonville. White and Mrs. Victor Wilde

waste another day or dollar onviving" "re on Friday' night. of Miami. .
Friends of Mrs. Ernest Wells Friends of Wayne C. Hardee Try Our Delicious Fresh ;
that has-been hack! Get of
one our :
are pleased to learn that she were sorry to learn that he was

quick-action, all-inclusive bank Auto Loans returned home Sunday after wounded in Viet Nam recently. Boiled Shrimp in the Shell !:jyJ;' : "

that not only will give you a new car to -' major surgery at Alachua General Miss Cathy Carter, his fiance ., J.jh-.:
Hospital. of Clay Hill, talked to ton on
enjoy right now, but also save you money ''', 0'' .", .. Mrs. Pearl Campbell returned the phone later. He was hi good ALSOCharbroiled ., :-1 ''t \ '

on the over-all cost. right now! home Saturday after spend- spirits and was hopeful that he Steaks 'J.'t"
ing several days in Bradford would be flown to the States in :

County Hospital :recuperatingfrom future. His dad and _. .f _
See us today! near Seafood Fresh ..),
Frog Legs +f
the flu. sister called him over the week-
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal went and the report was still good.
to Fort Rucker. Ala. Saturdayand The young People of High- Enjoy your favorite Cocktail In pleasant surroundings -

FLORIDABANK &their eon Bobby returned land Church gave Mrs. PurvU (Package also)
with them Sunday for a few Brown a surprise! Birthday Par-
days leave with the family. ty at the skating. rink at Lake HOLIDAY RESTAURANT Route 21

Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Taylor. Butler Thursday night. There Keystone Heights
i AT STARKE of Jacksonville, visited Mr. and were thirty-two present and all
Mrs. Charles Starling Saturday. reported a wonderful time. Lounge Open Until 12 on Weekends

Paula Dyal. of HUllard, spent Mrs. Danny Thompson, of Dining Room open 9 AM 9 P.M. Daily, Except Monday
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. the weekend with her grandparents -
Jacksonville, and Mrs. S. D.
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National: Group Smith_ Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Andrews, Debbie, and Randy,

Mr. and Mrs Robert Lee were!
Jn Atlanta over the weekend

Visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
English:: Mr. and
Mrs. .Larry
:English!: Mr. and 'Mrs. Larry VALUES
GAINESVILLE Business Directory Dubose) and Miss Clemmle Lee.
Mrs. Joyce Futch. of Girard.
Ga.. spent from Friday to Sun- J r r
day at her tome here and visited --e ( ) COMBINATION SWIVEL ROCKER /1
AUTO SALES with Miss Elizabeth Terry' *'' h.! ...,1.i ,,1... rarer .,..... wllk. 7 r t1i rrft,
GARDEN SUPPLIES i.MOBILE: HOMES and the Benton utr..ll..f ..iT-t.- P'utches of .... .......... '-I... c.." '" a
BRASINGTON Starke. On Sunday she was a '"r
MUSTANG dinner guest of She ((8)) TV RECLINER ,.
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE: Johnson & Fan's, Inc. Mobile Homes Inc. :ices and Mrs. Selma Eunice.Eun 5 ,,1l p ISS* N,.U. .hi. frl... t.w.r with rhillc 88 I'i i
SALES A SERVICE (' Mrs. Hester 11. (A) ...... *.\.. .... ..... _..y i.Ur <..- $4 2
Hicks spent the ... :
Fine Selection of Used Cars SEEDSPLANTSGase.ctlle'a; Discount:: Mobile Yt ktMtlw*.
past 10 days with her daughterand .
Taken On Cadillac: Trades 'n..ectlcldellPel: SupplierFERTILIZERS Home Sales Lot. son-in-law (Q) LARGE PILLOW-BACK RECLINER s
Mr. and
2001 :'Ii."'. nth: Ph. 378-8301 NEW :MOON CAPELLA :Mrs. .11I........ ,.,. ... ai...-t.lt it,
As Lirw As $100 Down Floyd Martin at Daytona Beach. f ........ ri$..ll< ....,. IVt" f... ..,Mf .> 00
CRANEe Rent Fertilizer Spreuder IH20 N. W. 13th 378-1346 The Martins brought her home t4 \,: ,,,/, ..., .,,1., a.t..Su.ddd 'M. .ill.w 55 !,
224 N.W. Hlh Ph. 378.0476 and ,spent the weekend.Mr. .....
LINCOLN :MERCURY: 1t6\: W. 16th 372.8191Auth.y1zed
t and Mrs. Wilbur Rex and ) k" (D) HI PILLOW BACK RECLINER
Salty! air Service I daughter, of Jacksonville Mrs. Q J.... ..., .... ... t
2201 N, Main PI: 372-4373 MATERNITY WEAK MOTORCYCLES Frank Cohoon of Fairbanks r rs S) ? <...,. dRp.es.nErilplu. il,M..4 ;.raw'laa.ib $7500 ooA tI. '

Crane Imports and Mrs. Mildred Harrell, of ..r !I... _.., ote,..
V'lv. MO TrJjmph. FOR MOTllERS-TO-Bt Raiford were guests of Mr. and (E) LARGE TV RECLINER '
COO E. f diversityfhor.e / iI a$. ttttt fttttm W.k. IMHI M rml ..4 I I..,. $
A CfJcct'laHta ..,. ... ... .
:372-42-5)!)) FCLL LINE OF I rah SUM. .." ptanlc "

Sales Paris. Service 59"I
j I lingerie Dresses Slack I r!
Barkley Motors Inc. Traps Bermudas Bathing Suits 615 W. University 378-2811 2 { ht
I I .... I* ... this. III r. yr' 1
I .(tttlldlif. .. .
TOYOT A EXPECTANTLY; '< II.. .1( : I .u... ..1.... 0.,
4 sheel! 'hive *r.cl cam : YOURS, INC. BALDWIN run CAIIOAD. x 9
Sls Parts Service:: IRHCIIOA tt
Oar. Uvi Toyota !I 70, CORiRAt1YR< 4 G "
W. University OPP. S.F.J C. PIANOS- ORGANS '
i; .. ... ..
\\-ijfj N Mali 378-1266

:I;Mechanical CONTRACTOR; .I.IJipha4SMtSi.Cect! : Ask fi IN th .YETI a ''t !
Beauty Academy 1 s.sii1i1 /
tII.C n
I Charley 7Johnfl
POWELL'S 1 K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc.c; stile Shopping Ctr. 372-5353: ;

Beauty Academy E.
Thompson's Refricerallon
L*iioii' In Your j I
Spire Tim. FIJI'! '.? Par! TUlle Service I B Long Distance Moving
21i: NW. 10th, 37S-276U heating Air Conditioning Storage Tacking

Repairs on White Appliances Crating: Shipping About Thla QutftlMM'
Industrial Combustion Service Free Estimates Call CMC
"Fire insurance can never
Boiler Room Salt it Service HILL'S replace the treasured and

I. .* N. Wilde Rd. Gainesville unique personal belongings rare
Motor Repair Co. Telephone 372-2162 Van Service, Inc. lost in a fire such as

RepairingRewinding()f Gainesville Inc. I 3:4n/ N.':. 372-1271 Waldo Rd. G'vlllo and photographs collector's: keepsakes items. Is, Chick our Second Floor For Used and As Is Furniture and

New and Used WEAK "fire prevention" the
answer -
Ml N. W. J.Ui Pb. 37Z-MU by removing newspapers Appliances -- Savings As High asSO%
PAINT LASS flammable rubbish
Farm and Industrial STAG 'N DRAG and by insulating) all heat-

Equipment Griffin Salt LIDDELLPAINT& ers wood and partitions hot pipes? from See Our Display At The Fair

Santa Fe Tractor, Arrow Shirt Flonhelm Shoe GLASS CO.

FORD Formal ReataU Obis Mirrors Sliding Door Charley E.

Farm Tractor It Implement Ladles Sportswear Tub Enclosures Shower Doors JOHNS AGENCY
4488 N.W. 0th 976-234 sad GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. ISUl St. 372-8W 131. So.Walnut St. 128 S. WALNUT ST. OWf
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March 20. 1969 TELEGRAPH Pegs 13-

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bnadmitted Starke. Florida 9801 West Hevon Avenue Plaintiff, wh'. ad<1ro.. file any claims Oor demandiwhich '
deceased naIl seIs to
HOCKEU tn tnll I And All Others Whom It May Rosemont. Illinois In And Kar Bradford Ceun, > (ShAfClIAR1.nR:) hey. for County Court cony have against
New About Court. You to are nrohmt ncrohv common C 3-132t Florida A. r>Ann? Bradford Starko, Florida' end file said ...hat JudgehoffflcBradford I
YSurArc Houso.
that Court
Hereby DEPSIEJ Of The Oof
month Iti-l: Potltlon of !; Clerk the Clerk
calendar I with County
d4 within nix the following machinery Onel and 11O3A U. By Virginia K. Darby tho original April 5. 1"1"rld" In the Courthouse -
from the dote. of the first publication ( ) PMCO Maxtor 8-A. SpeedSktddor. TOTICItaOsIIN N EIW. his. wife.NOTICE. Deputy Clark this Court on or IIl1Turo Judgment County.at Slarke. Florida, within -
Colored Citizensnflnflflflflflflrfl of thin notice to appealIn NIOOV otherwlao a the
Number8AOR- 1969: months
ahocau...e, If Sorlnl Klsln H. Hnnilnrs W W.I.1 y"u for ale calendar ..
and ent.r.-d :
this Court
action of 113. with C1MC 3-B3 Dle el Engine NAMU L.EOZ1W I'KHRY. addles" 142 West. Call Street may Jn the Com of the flrHt or. ndentmnuct .
any. you cam why the sell< Winch and RenrMountedForks Notice Is hereby given. : :"w A1UMKXA: FRAZIKH lit"rk e. FloridaAttorney the relief demanded dale n"tlm.. I"h:. claim
admitting .
In an4
this Court will be .sold at nubllo the unuorulffnud, under the tor 1I1..lnl. seal tnlM In wrlllnil
address nnknovtn. tha
Will to probate Hho-uUl not (taintunrevoked. .,'. Petitlonerl3 / 1 Wltnes" my hand and mu..t ... .. ot "e..l4n" -
sale at 2:00: .Iock P. M. on visions of Chapter 20.BD3 lor'p' are' notified that the J RECREATION NEWS tho IStn day. of March 1989. at of Florida. Act of 1IM1." wltl named Petitioners, tBH-! ot said Curt al this March and poet Mflc addrasaof
YAWN Florida be.worn
annualVarsity THE RON A. the Pettlhone Mulllken Corporation Ister with the Clerk or tho FLOWERS: nnd RASA D. Drad- County claimant, and must
its Brad e..t Of .
The Falcons won : County Judge In und for Reid Htre.t.Palatka. In The Clrcitl Kith 1969.!! the claimant hla
In for
Yard st 2428 cult Court and :, his wife, have filed bY the :
FloridaH""KN tt
tournament by defeat ford County Florida.By Florida. County. Florida upon In above styled ford l-nnalr. /H IA i.CIIAltA) Clerk Ir It will
Clerk n tho DARDY as .r his
HIW... Annota" Andrews" proceed of the sale will proof of publication of this of the ; :I A. agent enr.IinR" to law.
the Hawks 80-59 S T The for the adoption BTKKD .PJY. also v..ld 11.'
Ing :Kltt: 8. StindnrnEW.TR Court becorne
be applied first to tne paymentof tlce the fictitious name ot child named In that Peti- HIMMON8.!! tit n..k..r 1'SVMI
and Morris S. SANPRItS: known all HIOI/ICN lieuluh M. Moody Flverla l''VOP:.
night Donnie Jackson the costs. of retaking, storms plo R Ranch under which I and you aro unmmnndcu to SIMMONS. ny
K K.
Street Plaintiff v.l'> ; therfsatare
WeKt Call Clorfc. LOU-
14 Z
Arron were chosen for the and sale of sale machine and. engaged In business at ; appear In that Court on Deputy 83 FloridaAttorney beta"
Starke.. for ExecutorFlrc't the cost of publication of no.tien Ro& All-Tourney team. and then to thenntlsactlon C. Sr., should
of sa'e Reed why the Petition 8IMMON8 sa.ntl'.r"F.I.
E.! H.
Oak 65-64 1889. of the balance due Road, Hampton, Fla. sole otherwlsi a. TO: MACK County J.de's Court Ollrndfnrd SAoII.1'R'i!'
RJE defeated Live Publication: March IS. ,. theenle be granted; whoso roHldenco Is unk nownl In The lorldo. laProhale : .%"'J H.
contract covering Dated this 26th day of entoredthe t.uuatr.: HrrnetStarke
under the notifiedan that! (:sill
Is 3-13 ft 4-3 huruUy
for Consolation. Mr. Jackson: of raid, macblna" to you. cry. A. D. 1989 at tllrk., et you, grantingbe ad:>p- You nro of Annulment. and No. 142 'V".t, FIorI'3Attnrnay
very pleased with the hard Anv surplus will ,be paid to you ford County Jl'lorI4a.IU rullof has boon tll..1' } In Its.: Kstatn: of UJUISJJIOCK : for IxnrutorFirst
liable for U the other dNU'l1In \1ar'/o; / 1:1:,
and Cheerleaders NOTICE OFTO "LID and you will remain a !'n my bond and and you aro hiroby } I';ll. U.vnaa. 1'ublinatlan: :
work the Falcons : K. M. Lewis any balnnces rcmnlnlnK. unpaidunder of the Court at Starke. S5, ,"irud you to nerva a copy of your "!; TO Cltl'Dl'rQRfiAll ot
put forth to make this tp\vl. Timber Co-mpany said contract.Fettlbnn In The Circuit Court Of County. Florida thl. written dcfwnscs. It any, lu It r'r"dll'rM: of tide ',ttix*"d. 1182. 3-13 4t 4-3
an outstanding season.A Post Office fox 807 Mulllken Corporation. EIRbta Ju.llclul Circuit (X I dav of :March. 1909. on Thoron A Yawn. Jr., Attor LOUTS hore"Y;;) n.Ufl.,1 IIOr1K1It.: : and !required", -
dinner will be glve.k Satur- ---------al w r r r r taerrrrte-------- --.--- -
night at the Recreation Center --------- ---------------'rI ------------------------------r- r-S

In honor of the Falcons and I I
cheerleaders.Little .

will League begin in baseball April. Watch practice I l I\He: sell only I I I

the for the time and date.
paper FOOF I
Mr. Jackson would like to I I I
salute the Seniors who played I C I- c i I I

Donnie their last Jackson game for Alvin the Falcons Green I U.S.D.A.. + I I 1

Louis Kelley. Rudolph Hudson I I '.
Clarence Williams. Leon Cum- I
I II \
mtngs and Authur Williams. Choice" AISUPERMARKE

Good luck.NOTICE : : /; -
I II 1
,, :

Dell night Chapter at the will Maso meet'c Thursday Hall" I S :' :' beef steaks 1

on Brownlee St. at 8:00: p.m. I I .
All members are asked to I 1

please be present and on time. I II and roasts., : rsI

Ebenezer Baptist Church. .
Pastor. Conferencewas I
Rev. Davis. I 1OI

with held Rev.last Davis Saturday In charge.night It I FOOD FAIR FOOD FAIR I

was decided that the Church QUALITY ell QUALITY Merchants
would a building fund I
sponsor I
rally which will terminate the I JjS DEPT Of AGRICULTURE US DEPT OF AGRICULTURE I FREE TAMP 1 16RW4 T( 11 11Y
third Sunday In June. The
Church Is asking each adult to GRADED I
pay ten dollars and juniors to iwi1ir. .
pay five dollars. I I LI .1 U.S. CHOICE :
Sunday School began at 9:45: I. PRICES GOOD THURSD ,
last Sunday with Supt. Haywood 1 THRU WEDNESDAY MARCH : I6. 1
vice was held at 6:45: with Deacon II 1i
H. Hawkins In charge. The I
song service was rendered by
the Senior Choir with Mrs. Ru-
by Clark in charge. The Mess-
age was delivered by Rev. 'Al- SLICED 1/4 BONELESS 7 TO 3 IB PKO4 LEAN FRESH
pihonsls) Jenkins. Communion
Bible Class will be held each

Tuesday night. BTU will organ. BACO
ize in the near future.
Visitors include Mrs. Alma
Jenkins Mrs. Carl Hall and rood r u
2 TO
Henry Wade. 3 IB 1 5 1.99
First Born Church Of The 1 LL qNQ OK PIICIS !
Living' God.A .
revival Is In progress at
the First Born Church of the
Living God. Mother CatJiern:!
Anderson of Panama City Is In
charge of services. All friends.
come cut and hear the word of SOLID
God. .

Greater Bethlehem Free Will
Baptist Church service scheduleas .R r CHEESRICHTEX
follows: Rev. Jasper Wil]
llama Pastor. Monday night
Ushers Board No. Z and Choir 5ozPKG c
No. 3 will rehearse. Tuesdaynight 1.29 !
Choir No. 1 rehearse.
Wednesday night Prayer Meet
ing. Thursday night Home Mission. .
Friday night Prayer Band
Meeting. Saturday nljrtit dinners
will be sold from the kitchen.
service at 11:00: a.m. Evening CLOVER MUSHROOM OR
always welcome.
Church.: Rev. L. A. Sampson. Libby's POTATOES
Pastor. Service Schedule.

Sunday School at 10:00: a.m. 29oz NEW! I II6ox 19oz
Morning service at 11:00: a.m. 3 LBCAN 4/l iW 16.50ZPKO Box
Evening service at 6:00: p.m. CAN L Ii BOXES
Trustee day will be observed
Sunday. All members are askedto
please cooperate with the
class leaders in this effort.

TYSONMARSHALLMrs.. Mable Tyson of Starke ifFesh i

announces the approaching mar- MAXWELL I CHEER FANCY GOLDEN RIPBANANAS
riage of iher daughter Mss!
Shirley Tyson of Pleasant Groveto
Neal Jr. Marshall of Starke. !
The wedding: will be June 15 at

4 p.m. at bride.the home The of prospectivebride the prospective i I HOUSE DETERGENT !

Is a 1967 graduate of RJE %XWEU
High School and is now employed .
at the Holiday Inn. I mouse
The prospective groom Is a I

1965 School and graduate also of attended RJE Sar.ta High 1 LB 5 1 1 GIANT 5c .1

Fe Junior College. He Is employed BOX I
at Winn Dixie. CAN I I C
Friends and relatives of the 1 I

couole ar' invited to attend. f I I 1 LI I

Mrs. Emma Crum and Mr. LIMIT. 1 I

Aaron Holly, wish to thank the
many friends for their many
acts of kindness during their

their aunt :Mrs. Hattie Miller
who passed away March 2, 1969 CORN PURE PORKLUNCHMEAT CaliforniaTOMATOES a
In Anthony. Fla. May God Bless!! OVEN
each! of you.:
In The Coma,, ..ad.p.. Court Of CLEANER
nruttnri Conotr. Florid. !. 5C
Prubaf >o.
Tn Rn: Eetata. ot LOUr.sm 12oz
JJOICI. Dereaa' 'A.A' Soz CANS
To All Persons Interested In AEROSOLGERBER'S BAG
The' Kim: Of SaM DrcMont!
You are berhv notlfl-rt l that a
written In.tru'mf'nt purporting
to 1,0 the Last Will LOUISa. ,,

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DrillingMelroae. 'I BABY
FOOD __ .
1 1 MOM *UNt UUt
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::: Phone 475.5101. All Strained
z Myers Pumps r::: AND JUICES t

f SERVICE i Regular Jar - - OC Each

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Vets MedicalTravel

Funds Courses To ,Be Offered HereBy Racing TaxIs the individual county has received

/ $80,500For $42,000 more than it did
Are IncreasedAn SFJC Starting April at the same time last year:
Bradford each county received only $199
executive order raising
travel allowance for .veterans Registration for spring term iology, Thursday, Room A-Iq., Each of Florida's 67 counties 000.Overall proCPf' which the
who must travel .to receive Vet. extension! classes to be offeredin starting April 10. received $80,500 from the racing state has received from the tax:
Starke by Santa Fe Junior All courses three cre-
Administration medical taxes collected In
t. "since November total $13,707.-
College will be held from 5:30:
care has been signed! by President dits. This Is the largest distribution 000 with four more distributions '
to 7:30 at the Bradford
: p.m. Persona Interested in other
Richard. M. Nixon, accord- ever made Jn the atate'a his- still to be made.
-Union Area VocationalTech- the East
courses may see Center tory.
ing to M.T. Dixon director of
the Florida Department of Veterans nical Center. '' schedule or West Center To date in this racing season
All classes to be offered here schedule for offerings In Gainesville -
will meet at Bradford High .. Further Information .
When You UHf An.Ir.w. .
Six cents ;per mile will be Cl\nric; \ <-
School from 7 to 10:15 ,
: p.m. may obtained by contacting
to veterans authorized .; Account -
; starting April 8 am. ending: the Academic Affairs Office
government travel to and from June 24.TJ1e (Dean for Curriculum and Your Prescription 'lax Rccnrrl.-
VA hospitals Dixon said. ,The rw following courses will be Planning) !.t the West Center are Kept For You fly (Cs r
rate was five cents per mile offered here: I I phone 3785311.
prior to the issuance of the ex- Andrews DrugsFor
MS 200.61. Mathematics( for Students! may register early
ecutive order.Maximum Elementary School Teachers. for these courses between
amount per day. ;+ Monday. Ronm A-19. starting March 17 and 27, and on April Fast! lrel"IJh 1 064-7I7/ C f 11
'When a night's lodging and > t'' April 14. 2-3 at the West Center in Gain
three or more meals are Involved BE 100.61 individual: a esville. Registration Is also pos-
was raised by administrative 1 Changing Environment' Mon- sible on the first night of classes DeWitt (C. Jones Funeral Home
action by the VA from $9 q- day, Room A-1, starting April for seats remaining. .
per day to $12 per day for .those 14. STARKE PIIONB 964-6200
who elect to be reimbursed on ; EH 100.62. The English Language << --

an actual expense basis. Thursday, Room A19..startlni' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-317'
For information on this or any April 8. The Florida legislature establishes

veterans affairs, Dixon urges I| rJ, SE 100.63 The Sciences Wed- license fees for fishing
veterans to contact their local i r: nesday. Room A-19, starting; and hunting. A uniform fresh Rental Services.
County Veteran Service Officer I i April 9. water fishing license, requiring
EC a license of all fishermen between HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHA1RP
or write Dixon's office at P. O. wwt I Introductory Sow-
y 15 and 65 must be
approved -
Box 1437. St. Petersburg Fla.
.. :. by the legislature. cnirrcnis
'"" leys.Mr.
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan

GreenUndergoes of Palatka visited his parents

Deputy ..,,.. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sull-
Riot ivan, and their son Percy Jr.
I 7 and family, on Saturday.A .
I Control TrainingDeputy

m r.a.../ group of young people and
Sheriff Robert GreenIs adults from Hope Baptist
back on duty this week after Church enjoyed skating at Lake
Starke Seabee Helps VietnameseNavy
completing a riots and civil disturbances at' Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and
the U. S. Army Military Police Rusty, and her mother Mrs.
Seabee Builder Second Class James Mam
pen of Stark! shows a Vietnamese
Training School at Ft. Gordon. Marshall Strickland attended
Ga. woman laborer how to mix mortar for a shower the Vietna4rese were building-/ Go open house at the Clay Electric

"The five-day. school with 79 Dau Ha, RVN. Co-Op office in Lake Kerr on

members from all lOver the Seabees all ovec South Vietnam work at projects like this to help, the Vietnamese Friday.Mr. .
United States in the class con- improve their way of life.

sisted of an orientation course, Campen Is Hit son of Mrs. Gladys; Hall of Star Route Hampton lie Is married' and Mrs. Harold Mills
Jr., and children of Atlantic
on civil disturbances and riot Jo llie forme Miss Inger Hansen now living In Starke. Beach, were Sunday visitorsof
and bomb training, Green said. _
his father, Harold Mills;
aunt, Miss Dorothy Mills, and

March 2 at Hollywood, are cousins Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Serving Florida Mr. and Mrs. Arthur HJB1. Sullivan Jr.

Since 1950 THERESSA Mrs. Hall Is the granddaughterof A ReminderYou
Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan.
many have missed Miss
Coric a By Dorothy Mill Birthday PartiesOn America at the opening day of
greeting 8elV.ce. flat Phone 173.4515pflflnflflrflrrrs the Bradford Fair
County yesterday
Saturday, March 15. Bruce _
__....-.-. I I .,.. "'K'"" G"1IG"" lice and Teresa Brault, Ada and but remember you still This is Pontiac's
: I Karen Griffls,Oweida and Diane have today tomorrow and Fri Tropical
Hope Baptist Church Johns, Scott and Shawn Flynn day for the rest of the fair--
Mrs. Carolyn IIh"i.; Cordially Sunday School, 10 a.m.;Morn- and Marion and Catherine Rice so gather up the kids and enjoy -
Eaves ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Train- gathered to help Miss Beverly an afternoon, evening or GIANT Volume Operation. .
? Welcomes ing Union, 6:30 p.m.; Evening Kay Baby daughter of Mr. and day there. You'll be glad you
Representative Worship 7:15: ; Wednesday even- Mrs. Larry Baby celebrateher did.
Fh. 964-5812 You and Your Ing Prayer Service, 7:30.: with first birthday with a partyat 1IS.

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your choir practice afterward. her home. Refreshmentsof
birthday cake and punch were
Starke New Home 301DRIVEIN
enjoyed, as well as party favors
of the New Life Including hats and balloons -
Bible Club, for students In Also Bev-
present were Y
The State of FloridaIt grades 1-6, are held each Mon- erly's grandmother,Mrs.Cath-

Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and day afternoon after school In erine Stances, and aunts, Misses
the mobile"Childrens Chapel"at
Darlene and Janice Stances, of .
To Aquaint You With Your City.If Hope Baptist Chruch. Starke, and neighbors, Mr. and S.
Mrs. Roberts. SHOW BEGINS.AT hC,3.} ,Y
Get Well WishesTo
you are new in the area a phone 7 :00 P. M.ADMISSION .
Clyde Hall who at this Miss Tammy Hersey.daugh-
call will: bring you a prompt visit writing is ill with flu, and to ter of Mr. and Mrs. DoleyHer- :
Junior Hersey, whose "bout shey celebrated her fifth birth- Adults 75c; Students 60c

from your local h rtess.: Please give with the bug" began last week. day (March 17) with a partyat Children Under 12 Free_
her home on Saturday Mar-
her a call! She has maps and many Congratulations To ch 15. Lisa Carter, Bobby and FRI., SAT., SUN. We believe this to be the finest Sales and Service Center'in North Cen-
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Deborah Douglass, Carol Ann MARCH 21, 22, 23
free and wonderful gifts for you Sullivan, who returned last week and Nannette Hall, Denise tral Florida Carefully designed with your needs in mind. Comparethe
from Miami to their home here, Mark, Martin and Robin Hersey, Double Feature Program
from local businesses. and who are now great-grand- Phillip and Ronda Hinson, and large modern Service Department and the Ultra Modern sales and

Miss parents.Deanne Parents of the new Rusty Sullivan were presentto WHO SWITCHEDTHE showroom with any other and you'll know what we mean. Compareour
Lynn Hall born
help her celebrate with favors -
of hats balloons and bub- PILLS WITH Volume prices with any other dealer.

ble blowers, as well as refreshments -
of the ballenrlna- TilE ASPIRINS?

; decorated birthday cake punch
This carefree electric and ice cream. Also visiting 20lh Century Foi presents
range Tammy on her birthday were DEBORAH KERR DAVID NIYEN '
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey; 69 TEMPEST L
her grandmother, Mrs. Ed in FIELDER COOKS
cleans itself top to bottom. Douglass, and aunt Mrs. Dwight
Hersey of Lake Butler; and
I over night guests Bobby and Sports Coupe with all vinyl

No more stooping scrubbing .oven-scouring I You know how easy Deborah Douglass.
trim button radio tint
Personals push ,
i it is to keep the surface heating units clean. Now it can be just as easy qttrceSMA
I Guests of Mr. and Mrs.Percy ed glass, undercoating, and
to keep the oven clean. Just set the self-cleaning control and flameless
Sullivan Jr. and Rusty last week
I electric takes over relieving you of a dirty tedious chore. Now more were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Net- much more. Retail Price
than ever, the fast electric way is the cleanest way to cook.
$2793.76. 2199
tles and
family of Lake Geneva
As well as the coolest. And the safest. on Wednesday evening; Mr. and < KAHN.HARPER PRODUCTION Color, by De lure

Sunshine service electric is cheaper, too. Cooks a full dinner cleans Mrs. Elbert Hersey of Gaines- PLUS -
your oven ., for pennies. Ask your appliance dealer about all the ville and Roy Crenshaw, Bill
advantages of a carefree electric range. Nettles and Jerry Wadsworth "THE NICEST.NASTIEST CRIME FILM After $299 Down Cash or Trade

Eleven rate reductions since 1957! "

The average price paid per kilowatt hour Mr. and Mrs. E, S. SIbley YEARS! -TIME MAGAZINE
I J by FPl-served families is one-third less spent Wednesday with Mr. 201H ClHIlJ/IIlOI/ / PfllSlHT! PICK A GREAT BREAK-AWAY TRADE-IN!
than it was in 1957 and Mrs. J. II. Mayo at Lake '
Panskoo. Thursday guests of
= = !: the Sibleys were Mr. and Mrs. ",
M Carlos Youngblood of Will- '66 CHEVROLET

00'0"' owu a "CM'co........ Iston, and on Saturday Mrs. I I '64 FALCON Impala door hardtop with full
>j q Hr/rNG .w1U' ..0.0' Sibley's sister, Mrs. B. C. Futura door sedan with automatictransmission poweandfatloryaitonditian.
Powell of Miami, arrived for From the Producer of"THE GRADUATE' radio, healer and 795 low mileage car with solid turquoin $1 795
a ten-day visit with the SIb- COLOR BrDRU1I ED suaannora.UMuw.uaeNtu while,' walllor.s.Very clean. finish., .


1 This I it a Solid white. sedan with red Motocpupawithoutamatic. '
= =-=---;-: interior Radio, heater' white. walls $1 095 tranmission'radio,healer.end ,eland $1 995
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 clean. Id white with burgundy interior.

-----d FRI., SAT., SUN., MON., TUES.
4r MARCH 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 Malibu Super Sport with tulone '66 VW
transmission,396V.0 Sedan with radio,heater and whit
engine point clean 4speed, low miles, local car and Extra $2 095 or.wall tires. I"', blue with, white Inter-! $1 295

.' ;f'

bad cops:

and there I[ TROPICAL

are goodccpsand r

: there's then I AC 1J 1CMC TRUCK CENTER

Cullilt.wu '
3k PONT 2101 N. Mam St



AS 'I ULUTT" Service Dept. Open Mon.,Wed., Fri.;'Til 5:30

TUII. & Thurs.'TI17:30 PM Service Closed All Day Saturday
I fe.-*am.JmJui}fl g $IOR'FROM..WUMU IMS.-SEYEA UTS 00.

March: 20. 1969 TELEGRAPH .- Pap IS


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I By Mr*. D. K. BUI s7VE a t


Hampton City Council laat
week rejected the proposal for ..'
tax collection: consolidation. lathe a
county planned for tearing
down the old postofflce and .
Jail and using material for a ALL WEEK
firehouse.At : a
the meeting Monday even
Ing. March 10. at the city hall .
the group approved plans to use'

the what the old two could postoffice city-owned be salvaged and building Jail from to goo iD S? ass On These, Specials Prices, Good thru Wed., March 26th ..

build housing for both fire
trucks on the lot adjacent to 1V.4M.DIJCII DARLING lamon, f QIew.wmra or u.vn Food No. 2-1/2-Con THRIFTY MAID SLiCID a ;
and west of the present city HALVISCHASE & SANBORN13.12e. ;
hall .The postofflce lot Is to be Cake Mix..4/l.
. .
advertised for .sale: it has a 25
foot frontage and is 200 feet ..DIXII DARLING Whit A Fudge Froitlna 12_..THRIFTY MAID LUNCHEON
deep. Bids will be accepted Until
April 20. Mixes 4/l. Meat..3/$1. 1-LB. ;
Local softball team registration . CAN
fee is to be paid by the
City for entrance into the softball 300-Ct.SCOTTII FACIAl R.gulur A..ort.d 46-oz. STOKELY PINEAPPLE
league with other teams :u.4/I.:
Tissue Juice
throughout The second the area area.fire meetingwas . 4/l. .

Thursday evening March 3-Rall Pka.SOFT-WIVI BATHROOM Regular A Attort.d No. 1/2 Can LYRES VIENNA

April 13.-the 10.next to be Thursday Tissue 5/$1. 5/$ 1. ,

The city ordinance pertaining . Sausage. I :
to vacant lots ASTOR 49*
was discussed. COFFEE
and is to be more strictly en- .
forced this year. Property own Sauce 6/l. Tomatoes 5/$1. Limit I Co<(c.of Your Chocc.oifh. $5 00 or Mor Purchase Excluding Cigar'""
ers are required to keep grass .
and or weeds cut to a reason
able length throughout the Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday, March 20 -26TORKSCOr
year. If the city :has to have WINN DIXIC $ >YRIGHTli>.9
be property added cleaned to property the taxes.cost will WHITE, BLUE or COLD WATER ARROW Limit 1 w/$5. or more purchase exclud. cigarettes. *
City Income In February was Mf\ Rice.. . .3 BAG 39 Napkins . . 36 ;
$363-$127 from cigarette taxes
$128 from utility tax. $13 from DETERGENT 14.I/2-o.. DEEP SOUTH SMOOTH A CRUNCHY Jumbo> VIVA WHITE A ASSORTED .-.. _n
real estate tax and $5 from li
censes. $615 spent during' Feb 47' Peanut Butter39 Towels..389'48oz. : :
ruary was $213 for salaries. . .
$102 police $100 tree removal
$90 fire protection $65 streetlights ASTOR Limit one with, $5.00 or more purchase, excluding cigarettes' ,"_. TROPICAL :314lb. ROCKINGHAM NOODLES A ;

water.; $36 insurance and $7.50 Grape Je.y 3/$1 Chucken..79*

Clerk Present Ingenlath.were Mayor Councilmen Green COOKING OIL 69 Quart DEEP SOUTH 6-Pk. HOLLYWOOD, MILKSHAKE. PAYDAY :BUTTERNUT 1;
Williams. Saxon. Hill and Glo

PERSONALSMr.ver and Fire Marshal Thomas. Mayonnaise..39* Candy Bars. .. 19

and Mrs. Lawton Young-
blood and family! were honored Quart KRAFT'S IS-1/2-o. SLICK (CASE OF 24))

with at their a surprise farm home housewarming last Friday Mayonnaise.59 Dog Food. $3.99WD
evening. (March 14. Thirty-seven
guests were present for the oc
casion. Refreshments of punch
and cookies were served by the BRAND QUICK FROZEN GR. "A"
hostesses Mrs. Don Hill and
Mrs. H. O. Dyal. qx4LI
Visiting here this week with
John Parker are Mr. and Mrs.
B. H. HIggins of Flint Mich.A. 39
P. Mills of Miami visited $
here Thursday evening with his HENS Lb.
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. 1
and Mrs. Don Hill and family.
Here from Thursday through
Monday with the Hills were
Wendy Hill and Dennis Burch

of Marianna were Inez Barrera and Friday and visitors Ruth W-D BRAND USDA

from Perretta.Chlpola Columbian Junior students College. CHOICE E-Z CARVE
and Ginger Jones of Fernandina .r

Beach.Earl Cox: since who has a construction been hospitalized M Rib Roast 89sM

accident In January had to undergo
further! surgery on his Lb.
leg hospital last week.In Gainesville.He Is in the VA

(Mrs. Alma Dyal was taken to M
Bradford County Hospital Friday -
for treatment. '_ USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED CHUCK USDACholc.W.D'.on"Corn'.dShoulcl.r 2-1/2 Lb. W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN

celebrated Lori of and Mr.their Larry and Mrs.sixth!Stone Bill birthday Stone children ( ., ROAST LB. 59* ROAST ,.89* Scenes.$179

Wednesday, March 12. A
Mr. and Mrs. Wes Griffin and lg "Y r' ,I USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED CHUCK USDA Choico W-D Brand Corn F.d ..InN.Y.Strip W.D BBANO Au MEAT
Phyllis. drove to Stewart Miss. :
last weekend to visit Ms moth STEAK -69 STEAK -$149 Sf $199
er. who has been in. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bradbury of
Oxford. Ala. were visiting Mrs. USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS ROUND USDAChole*W-D Brand Ion.I..TopSirl.in l wo BANO lAN GROUND

cf Copeland Mr Camp and Lejeune last Mrs.weekend.Dan N. C.Pearson visited N 4, / STEAK u99* STEAK LB.$139 BEEF 3t6S. $147W.D !

her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. .. .,. .. ..
their baby Matohett spent last a week week with and ROAST RIBS. .-59*

his Pearsons grandparents went on to while Miami.the -79 CHUCK. $199 I

Taking part in the district FRESH DELICIOUS
band concert fwtlvnl! at P. X.- *
Yonge in Gainesville were Perch FiIIet. .591Lb.
Debbie Hicks for GHS band -p $

and Susan Dyal Mike Read RUT ONI..GIT ONE /REI.PAN-REDIHush lEaW .f f
and Laverne Outlaw Jr.. for
BHS band. Mrs. H. O. Dye t raw
errles. PINTS
Puppies 34
Mrs. C. R. Hicks Mrs. Lucille
Vickery. :Mrs. J. L. Dykes were
among those who attended. . .
Clemson, S. C. are the parentsof -
a daughter Kimberly Ruth Rocket Bars.79 Strawberries 3/$1. -
born Mar. 6. Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Williams are grandparents. -.......................... .. ......... .. ,.. "" HARVEST
;i .EXTRA .I 1 AID ,7/
1 r. ,rr'ffll,1/iP
: I ,
I :4x: ....GREEN!. ..lJA.M.p.s j, 1 1 dN-GREEN!:t STAMPS. rii l ril ,: f: 't f.f.i; lI''
: Pim Cheese FARMS ''I 1 tU J+,.., UVOA.ROAO.RAfTO I
: Aa OOOO....THRU.. .MARCH.. 2O I I ....THRU.. .. .MARCH...... 2O 1 I I I. VINE RIPS. U. S. No. I OA. RED SWEET
;!.'U'i8..w.:: ..... .l, ...........3.--.....<<............ ...........uLJ.. .......1......- I 1 T. ......_...........I.......... Tomatoes.. LB 29'' Potatoes 4 LB),. 69*

DIRECTORYAUTO ::I1EX.-rA I !! !: .,.J :: I EXTRA.,Zl.g!!,. .!!.STAMPS.,.. ;: I EXTRA dX...GREEN,.. STAMPS. <. I ';i: EXTRA d JW GREEN! .STAMPS. I U. S. No..1 RUSSET BAKING(S-.Ib. .ba. 49)) '.ISHCRIS" INESA"
; > SERVICE 1' door. .TU. A1TOR 4.4r ao.oz MAOIC 1' +., ...OI :: FAH.ONAmmonia : :111 \I.L. W-D ... AN ;1 Potatoes IOBLG79: Apples..4 BA:G 69'U.
Prune : Spr y'Sizing( ,. i Ground d Beef
: 2t.: THRU : ::\). : S.No.. YELLOW(i3-'Ib.bag. 33')
:1 ,
: 26 :
Gilbert S. IIrowastalld.r. .. .. .....<<.. Jui.' : ".OOOO THRU.. .MARCH...... 26JfM. 711" 0 OOOO.. ...THRU.......MARCH....... I :-OOOD......THRU. ....MARCH...... 2 LB *.
............. ....... "'M. :
OU EtervfaM ...... .- ; ;._-;........_..................'.-.................<<...........: Onions..5 sac: 39 Corn .. 5 L- 49

TIRES *ATLAS BATnERIESBodfet .... : ..im : 1 1 d7l. ...*- .....N......: ,; I EXTRA.......GREEN......,--STAMPS.??,"...... 1 1 EXTRA dx...GREEN..."....-STAMPS............. : I EXT du...GREEN......,..-STAMPS............. YOUNG Beans, TENDER .POIE 2 IHUNT 49 H.IfO..THiIYMAIDORANGI01iRA.( ...*

PHONE ttratm -M4-7CT1 8er I.: +,.., / TWO CAM "''CH'. ,/ di .LB.' .CIKCLC.' AOAKTIC :I. d.01, rNCNlR1. BAG 9
407 N. TemH !B!larks l: .::v..;: Egg Rolls ; X Whip Topping : ....( White Acre Peas : Black Pepper YOUNG TENDER FRESH FLA.GRAPEFRUIT OR

HURST'SSHELL :....,._._.....".4.0000........v"HRU.........MARCH............2...- ...., ..__....NI..OOOO........THRU....OM.....MARCH.............all... ....:..';.:..........1OOn>.>......""THHU..........M............ L-: .':L\::....".7..000..'.''.'''T""U.'..........MARCH.._.............. Carrots 2 BAG LB 25* Oranges 5 BAO LB 59*

Monarch Service ROAD- Oils Tim SERVICE-StationGas Lafcrlealron* BaUcrtet 'owaa/1i 111arAAd.o, y y C''IIr.I' ? Thur. tiff W

901 and IM Btwka, ft*
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Two Will .Get }

Eagle AwardsIn NEWS f ,'.. I''I
By Det Egan ..
ScoutingTwo t tn t'f .. e --


Keystone Heights students The regular monthly; .
Marshall Gallop Jr and 1 cr dish luncheon meeting of -
John Warren Jr.. will be Fellowship Club wu
awarded Eagle badges, highest 80 member and guests
rank In Scoutingin special March 13 in the Masonic 'I'

Ceremonies; at Boy Scout Troop The president Mrs :
105 Court of Honor Saturday Beam ST. greeted "
night March 22. The court will guests, and the following ..
be held in the Woman's Club Introduced: Mrs. Lois at Community Church sOrer tea Wednesday' ::
Young musicians
building starting at 8 p.m. Mr*. Mary Potter, Mrs. March 12, are (from left): Mrs. Roy Turknett. from St. John's Direr Junior College
The public Is Invited to attend 1. S -r Bird, of :Massachusetts; & of the Church Women; Miss Barbara Farris one provided entertainment for the seated tea from left): James
Coutu also Day, Capple Payne, and Dayna Ashworth
this special event honoring of servers' and Mrs. T*. F. Mizell Jr., general
achievements In Scouting. Fsq+ Visiting his father, Roland of the tea.Community.
The Court of Honor will be tu: Earl :Mecklen. of
called to order with Joseph .i vanla. brother of Mrs
Benson Troop Committee chair- Tracy; and Mrs. Mignon Church Silver Tea
comb, also of '
man Leader, presiding.training awards will Mrs. Connie Early, of Event of Spring Season

be presented to J, W. (Bill) orne, presented an
Warren and Robert S. Hendryby MARSHALL GALLOP JOHN WARREN travel program, showing from the music de table was a large spring flower
District Commissioner Mil- Marshall Gallop, Jr. joined John Warren Jr became a of a tour she took from at St. Johns River arrangement by Mrs. Edna Wil
ledge Murphey III. Special the Boy Scouts as a Tenderfooton Tenderfoot Scout In October York, by bus, train, and College Palatka pre- Hams. In a large silver bowl
awards will be presented by June 4, 12\ holding the 1963 and held offices of Patrol to Alaska and return, and program of popular were colorful tulips, carnations,
Scoutmaster Steve Moore, anda troop offices of Patrol Leader, Leader Senior Assistant! Patrol to the Hawlian Islands the annual silver tea blue iris, calendulas, and baby
Tenderfoot Investiture service Assistant Senior Patrol Leader, Leader, and is presently Jun- President Beam Church at 2 breath. At each end of the lace
will be held for Donny T-iest.: and Senior Patrol Leader. lIe ior Assistant Scoutmaster that 1969 dues of $1 are March 12. covered cloth were silver can-
Michael Spitze. Gerald Keeth Is presently Junior Assistant He attended aquatics trainingat and extended a cordial Y'01J1gmusicians, delabras and white tapers, and .r .
David Few and Kevin Bannon. Scoutmaster, and is also Den the Junior Leaders Training tion for newcomers to Day, Dayna Kay Ash- silver tea services.Refreshments .
Ricky Warren and Mike Wrinkle Chief of the Keystone Webelos Camp in 1967 and holds the club, and bring' a friend. and Peggy Caprice were served by
) will be advanced to the Den. rank of Boy Scout Life Guard Due to Clay Electric were Introduced by the following young Keystone
rank of Star Scout, and Bobby He attended Junior Leader He is Ordeal Member of the Order annual meeting on Ilgen, program Heights Juniors: Susan Baker
Hendry to Life Scout. Training Camp in the summerof of the Arrow. there will not be a They performed Barbara Farris Roxanne ,7. ,
Scoutmaster Steve Moore and 1967, and has been electedto John is a Junior at KHS, and Day this month. The stage backdrop which Ketch, Kathy Hinck, Heidi Hen-
Associate Scoutmasters J. W. the Order of the, Arrow for holds membership in the Beta luncheon meeting will large musical notes dry Patty McGlave Sheryl

Warren will present the Eagle exceptional camping achieve- Club, Interact Club, Science April 10. back wall of the Thrift Cindy Scales Stephanie
awards, assisted by the District ments and abilities. Club, and K Club. He played Mrs. Julius Hanson 'note was centered Shaughnessy and Karrie Shack-
Commissioner Marshall was recently named football for three years, basket. pointed! parliamentarian shaded roses. The leford. tilled every place at tables In the Community&

Following this ceremony, a Star Student of the Keystone ball one year, and was on the .Club. ; stage presented a Printed recipes of the delicacies Church educational building for this annual social highlight
reception will be held. Heights School. This program tract team for two seasons. He COMMUNITY CHURCHThe garden scene.:. served were made avail of the early spring season
sponsored by the Florida State is a Student Council Representative Executive Board tea tables were able by the caterers, Mrs. Ar-
Chamber of Commerce, annually and vice president of the Church Women will meet white linen cloths thur Ketch and Mrs. Raymond
selects the top student in Community Church Young Peo- p.m. on :March 24 In the with a bud vase Farris and committee.Mrs. Mrs. McRae Wins Tourney

INDIAN BEACH each school on the basis. of ples' Organization cational building. : white flowers. B. 1', Mizell Jr., gen-
scores in the SAT tests and the John has been a resident of Communion Service guest registered eral chairman of the event, an-
(Lake Santa Fe) fall Florida 12th grade test. Keystone for ten yeaN enter- field on March 30 at the fifteenth year of this nounced that 150 guests enjoyedthe Saike's Gertie McRae shown the second! day to place first inhere
By Michael H. Chltty: & He attended Stockton High Ing the Keystone School in the Worship Service. There in a white leather afternoon. won the championship of the championship flight
Ph. 4754171 School Jacksonville, and mov- first grade. He is the son of two services on Easter kept by (Mrs Char- Mrs. Marshall Gallop and the sixth annual Ladies InvltaShe is a repeat: winner of the
ed permanently to Keystone in Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Warren, of one at 8:30: and another Mrs. Roy Turknett were design- tional at the Keystone Heights Keystone Ladies Invitational.
1960. where he is now a senior East Lakeview Drive with Sunday School at the centerpiece of the tea era of the stage setting. Golf and Country Club last Four ladies from the Stake
at KHS. He has applied and hour of 9:40.: Dr A. C. Tuesday and Wednesday, March Golf and Country Club participated -
Well folks, your rolling reporter been accepted for entrance at Club; an avid water sklier, and pastor emeritus, will -------- 1112. In, the Keystone tourney

is aorta under the wea-such Wofford College, Spartanburg, was sports writer for the Ga'nesvllle '! the services. to participate. Mrs. E. Q. Kyle:; from Roanoke, The ethers:; were Ruth Broadway
ther with the flu Mom or some is taking S. C. next fall Sun one year. He is also HOMEMAKERS CLUB space in last Va., Mrs. Robert Kyle; and Mrs. McRae shot an 87 for who placed fourth in her flight
bug so dear We old have been lucky At KHS he- was a trainer for president of the CommunityChurch Several changes in dates the write-up was Mrs. Mills Dean, of McLean low medalist on the first day Shirley Johns, and Margaret
all over.winter so now that It Is varsity football for two years: Young People. been announced by Mrs. The Church Women Va. This event took place on of the tournament and an 88 Perjyman.
almost over, here I am sick. played junior and senor varsity! Marshall Is the son of Mi. gene Rltenburgh. ,particularly thank St. March 12. t
Thursday morning, my aunt basketball; was captain of the and Mrs. Marshall Gallop Sr., Home Economics Agent Catholic Church and A family reunion dinner was Tuesday at 6:45: p.m. at the
golf team; a member of K of Lake to the agents attending for his attending, they are trying to accomplish
and uncle, Mr and Mrs. Ho- Brooklyn enjoyed at Holiday Inn in Church of Holy Communionin with the
students ths! '
training" at the A. L. Danis of St. year.
Starke. during Lent. Rev.
of Annlston.
ward Bradberry sity of for Anyone who Is interested !Is
Florida from her
Ala., arrived for a visit and HilitesBy to April 4, the late event, and participation to II Bill Poppell conducts servicesand welcomed to attend The meet.
to do some fishing. Uncle -Keystone- March Mrs. N. It is open to everyone. ing
will be In the
when tags had to be of St. Anne's DUPLICATE BRIDGE School auditorium -
comes every year
the specs should be on the JIM FOX 'Which Leader the Training All the area churches MELROSE Winners last week of the Melrose ,There. will be a contest for
wind has Keystone Club and a deeper
So the
beds. far Duplicate Bridge Club
members of the 4-S-6 grades.
Please Phone in Your Items 473-414
hard that we participate will be spiritual and social
been blowing so Green com'c' By Joyce Rowe were: Mrs. Mary Cook and The students will give their interpretation
haven't been able to do Cove Springs on was established
any- Miss Iva Hlllyer 1st place: '
25 of responsib'llty.expressed : ,
thing but fish from the dock. __ _L' from 10 to 11:30: ajn. Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs.J. fn-art. speech ores. >
He has caught some nice ones VO-TECH SCHOOL HEAD president: Tom C1'UOOnIlell1oflecretarytreasureT 'REFLECTIONSWorld Mrs. Louis Kyle' For those of you who have P. Vose. 2nd place; Mrs. A. say or- any combination of the A
there. Thursday night my par- SPEAKS AT ROTARY : Al Watson, conditions when (Mr. Kyle's'I asked about my mother, !Mrs. V. Bannister and Mrs. W P. three. The work can only be .
ents were in Waldo visiting Mr. Ted Oglesby, director of the Joe Benson. Myron Prevatt they; are, the officers of and sisters and in-laws 1 Alice Rothhammer. I talked to Wilson, 3rd place: Mrs. C. W. done at school and must be in
and Mrs. Joe Fulford and fam- Vo-Tech Training School at Jr., and Mel Taylor, directors. munity Church Women a family reunion,,' her last week. She is home Hardy and Mrs. Phil Kromer by the 19th. Entries will! bejudged
and Fulford of Tall- at VARIETY SHOW a new program of W. Va.
ily Harry Starke was guest speaker LIONS came 1 from the hospital and is doing 4th place. 1 people outside the
ahassee. Sunday our family the. Keystone Heights Rotary Don't forget to purchase your togetherness" following Mrs. P, B. Kyle] ; from 1 I fine. Thank you for your concern wscs school. by

celebrated several family Club last Friday, discussing the tickets from members of the World Day of Prayer on were Mr. and Mrs. for her welfare. She reports The Woman's Society of :First place winner will receive
birthdays. My father, James; many facets of the school pro Llora Club for the Variety 7. The Community Kyle and daughter: that she hopes to be here Christian Service of United
my aunt, Teenle Crenshaw; my gram Show, which will be held at th8Woman' (host) extended: an Hague, N. Y., Dr. and'I in the summer and is looking Methodist Church held their and: third$5.00 place; runner-up will get $2.00.$3.00;
grandmother, Atha Copeland; The speaker said that studentstraining ", Club, Friday and Saturday to monthly meeting in the Educa-
cousin Jean Pierce and Otis forward to the opportunity Mrs. Rob'n' Worley's 2nd
my in the center have March 2829. Admission
tional Building last week.
in the visit her lends here. grade will visit the Fire Station
Melton who Is almost
family.. We had a Joint birth- good opportunities for occupa- will be $1.50 for adults and It Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason Mrs. Albert Scoeneman was
Those tional placements, since the for children. have moved to Palatka where :In charge of the program. She 'fort: 'nuecl On Next Page''
day dinner for them all. __ _
school receives many request.IJfrom PTA oy Mrs.. jonn
helping to celebrate were: Mr. they will make their home near was assisted Ross
and Mrs. Roy Crenshaw and businesses who need Detective Witt, of the Gainesville their son4n-law and daughter Mrs. J. T Gr en. and Mrs.

children. Mr. an.: Mrs. Gary trained employees. Police Department, will Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Ford. The Helen Whitton. Together they KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
Sullivan, Russ and Jean Pierceall Seven Keystone Heights High present a program on drug Casons have lived in Melrose presented a panel discussion!
School students are enrolled In abuse at the regular meeting of about the
of Gainesville Mr and Mrs. many years, but falling healthin Church and the Com-
special courses at the center. the Keystone Heights PTA In the past few years has madeit munity.
(Continued on Next Page) Oglesby said. Students from the school' auditorium Thursday difficult for them to maintain They also decided to sponsora
Bradford Clay, and Baker March 20. The program'Is their home. Bake Sale. It will be held
Counties participate! in the various scheduled to begin at 8 pan. Miss Carolyn Tison and Miss Saturday March 29th at the .
DRAGLINE WORK programs which are offer- WOMAN'S CLUB Pat Foreman of Gainesville Post Office beginning 9:00: DIRECTORYRABY'S
BULLDOZINGEARTH ed by qualified instructors The fashion and talent show, visited Carolyn's parents Mr..
MOVING Rotarian Joseph Benson, program sponsored by the Junior and. and Mrs. Dock Tlson. a.m.Mrs.. Trudy Hagglund had the

chairman for the week. Senior Woman's Clubs will be, 5''x Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kromerof devotional. There were about AUTO
CALL Introduced the speaker. held on Mar. 21, at 8 p.m. In ,,y*' Columbus, Ohio, are visitinghis 15 members present.
Big Chief HeavyConslruction E. A. (Lon) Rushton was ele- the club (house Leila's Dress brother and sister-in-law. The Circle will hold its meeting SERVICE
cted president for the new year Shop of Starke will show the.' Brig Gen. (ret..) and Mrs. Phil :! this wceic.
: Inc. starting July 1 in an election latest spring styles. An enter- Kromer. SCHOOL NEWS Complete Auto RepairsAir

held following: .the program. tabling talent show will follow Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bartlett There will be a meeting at Conditioning Repairs
Palatka 325-7476 Others elected at this time the fashion show. attended the annual Conventionof Melrose! Elementary School &: Automatic Transmission
were; J. B. Che.s.slngton1ce Proceeds from this program ft the Southeastern Pecan Thursday: March 20 at 7'30 p.m. Service
will be placed in the scholarship Growers Association in Charleston It will be a Larenage Arts PHONE 473-4404
fund. Tickets are now South Carolina, March 16- Program. Melrose School! staff
Little Lake Bedford
I available from club members, 18. 1 members will demonstrate new
or may be purchased at the. The Rev. and Mrs. Bill Car- material received this year.
door. Admission will be $t adine and family of Enterprise. They will try to explain! the BUILDING :MATERIAL
plus tax) for adults and 50 Alabama spent the weekend goals of the school and what HARDWARE

Maybe can't cents for children.The with Rev. and Mrs. Poppelland
you next regular luncheon .J family. BROOKLYN
of the Woman's Club ti
meeting Is In the
Mrs. John Coleman
count on the F "International Rela- t SUPPLY HOUSELumber
will be on \... .- Naval Air Station Hospital In
tions." t. 1 Jacksonville. She Is doing well, Plywood Builder's
weather Mrs Stephen Boyd of, Gainesville following surgery. Hardware Roofing Sh.Il'O'k

will Introduce foreign stu- 4 ."""t Also In the hospital Is Miss BAPTIST Paneling Paints Insulation
: "
dents, who are studying at the .. .... Bessie Rutherford. She Is in Tools Electrical St Plumbing
But University of Florida. This. the Alachua: General Hospital First Church Keystone: : Sun- Supplies
promises to be an Interesting Contestant shows : kitchen of her homeat In Gainesville day School 945 am. Worship Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-tSM
program, and it is !hoped that Keystone Heights.Elaine Mrs. Edna Roberson is home 11 ,a.m.. 7:30: p.m. Training Union -
You Can all members will make an effort 6:30: Nursery "
following a few days in the !hospital. p.m open CONCRETE=" PRODUCTS"
to attend. ).- all services. Rev Lawrence
I Bank' The Woman's Club will be Jim Ford, son of Mr. and Carrol pastor.CATHOLIC FORCONCRETE
responsible for the drink concession Mrs. R. V. Ford, returned to PRODUCTS
On .Ust' : at the Annual Clay Electric In the Naval Base in San Diego., CALL OR SEEEdward'
Meeting Thursday March St. William'A, Keystone: Sunday
California following a visit hereWith
Y 27. Mrs. Al Bachmann will be friends and relatives Mass, 9 a.m. WednesdayMass Building:

':'COMPLETEBANKING ,\, chairman of this fund-raising. Miss Elaine Lovom. I! < Wednesday were not Carl Butts son of Mr. and : and Novena, 7pm.COMMUNITY Supply, Inc.

\ project. old daughter of Mr. and press time. Mrs. Jean Butts, celebrated his CHURCH 726:! S. MAIN 373-4844
\ ST. PATRICK'S DAMCK Richard Lovorn of earned entry In the birthday with a party at his Sunday School 9:40: a.m. Gainesville Florida
} Members of St. William'sCatholic Heights, is In Atlantic : competition from a home last week. He and his (Morning Worship 11. Youth Fellowship

}". Church were Invited to J. this week to compete Florida contestants. friends played games and en (all teenagers) 7 P.m.,
SERVICE. attend the St. Patrick's Dance national title in the Miss ,,, finalists attended the joyed refreshments. Pascal Carr director. Holy Com- NURSERY
1. held in the recreational centerOf
1r ,; Electrification pageant. meeting in Jackson! We are still trying to get a munion, 1st Sunday each quarter -
St. Edward's in Starke last O.C. Carries
The attractive and Judges Nursery
-- class together to take courses Wednesday Prayer service
At our Full Service Bank we are always ready to Saturday evening, sponsored by contestant and her Lovern to repre here. Those who have contactedme 7:30: p.m. Rev Leon P, MU- Nursery:: Stock
the (Men's Society of St. Edward's. -
who is serving as her have indicated an interest ner, pastor.EPISCOPAL, Plants Fruit Trees Evergreens
help you with a complete range of dependable one, left Saturday for born In Augusta In Humanities. Creative writing, Landscape Plants ft Con
Members and their guests en- City in order to attend the lived In Texas and and Shorthand. However we tainers.
services and facilities to meet your every financial Joyed dancing to the live" music ious social functions before her family still do not have enough inter- St. Anne's: Holy Communion CAMELLIAS AZALZAS
of "The Requestors. Group the pageant on Keystone in I'VW.' She ested to make up a class. The 8 a.m. each Sunday let Sunday Hwy 100 Florabome -1St-II.
:inred. .We.want'.J'ou; to bank on us: Come rain singing of Irish songs was con- A graduate of St. Johns from KHHS, where courses will be given for credit ((Holy Communion 8 ajn. and Let Us Do Tour
ducted by Father KirbY accompanied Junior College Palatka. cheerleader and pro- and the cost is $9.00 per sem- 9:30: ajn. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Sun LandscapingUSED
..:ojr- 'come'shin: at the piano by Mrs now a Junior at the other student activi ster. Those who are not inter- days (Morning\ Prayer, 9:30: a.m.
Janet Lamm. of Florida Elaine plans ested in taking the class for Evening Prayer, Sunday, 7pm. CARS
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Included in the group from reer as a teacher credit, can sit in on the classes Jloly Days announced. Will-
Keystone were Mr. and Mrs. school. of the national for $3.00 per course. If you lam I. Jones, Vicar. Hanks Used Cars
Henry Schuber Mr and Mr,
The beauty pageant have a chance! to are interested, please contactme
M.oitor FJXLC. Koyrtone Heights, Fla.Y.Ot Charles Gather Mr. and !Mrs. LUTHERAN BIO CASH DISCOUNT
highlight of the annual the U. S., and at 475-5692. We have a limited
Joseph Williams MM. Janet Divine Worship, 11 am. Sun TERMSBUY
"'* Frlemdly Baak In Year Friendly Rural Electric Cooperative receive college ache time In which to make up
CoauManliy. f Lamm Mrs. Lena Clemens, Mr sociation convention, which totaling 2500. the class. pill day.day Holy Services Communion each Sunday, 2nd Sun-at SELL TRADE

I Continued On Next Pager) attended by some! 8,000 will win schol There U an evening prayer fit. Anne's Episcopal aT I, BOX M
Rates. Results of the final $1.000 and $700. and covered dish supper each William Wise Vicar. Church Hwy. 100 S Mile. S. Starts
March 20, 1969 TELEGRAPH Pace IT

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I Keystone Hilifes r=:: ;: ::= ;;: ::::JOur You- -Requested Them-

From Proceeding: Page St. Patrick's meeting wasa by letter from the National

great success. Irish songs Council of Senior Citizens to

and Mrs. Jim Darby, and Mr. Stedham of Gainesville 158 and and muse: livened up the affair join in "The Hand In Glove" ;It. Augustine -

and Mns. Ed Dwycr. Ruth Broadway of Starke 163. which was topped off by Insurance plan evolved after two

On Tuesday evening, the participants the singing of "The Dear Little years of negotiations which will 2 bedroom, front living room, custom Baraett'

GOLF TOURNAMENT and their .spouses enJoyed Shamrock" by Bob Hughes and supplement Medicare under furniture. Spanish Decor, flowing waterfall in
WINNERS NAMEDThe a barbecued-cihlcken din Joe Kerrigan. Incldently, Bob Plan B, by paying the 20%
Keystone Heights Golf err prepared by members of Hughes and his wife, "Nora, of reasonable doctor's and surgeon's living room. See it to.believe It.
Pro- will return to Tuckerlown, N.J.
ClUb sponsored a fees.
Country the local clt*.
Monday, followed by on March 19 after a four months [ VogueThe -
Am, on On Friday' theWomen's
Ladles Invitational visit In Starlie. We hope they Under Plan A of Medicarethe
the Annual and Wednesday of Golf Association sponsored will come back again. National Council of Senior house of tomorrow Here today. Old world

on Tuesday a dessert card party at Pete Johnson was nominatedas Citizen picks up where Medicare craftsmanship with modern day convenience.We .
last week.In the clubhouse with 68 guests In
chairman of the Bradford leaves off and pays $350.
11 the finest the market. Come
this is
the Pro-Am there were say on
attendance. Chairman Gwen
County Fair Committee. Others 00 per week direct to the Insuredup
professionals. sponsoring IS Baohmann wishes to thank an elected were Irene and Al Nich- a to a maximum of $25,000. Rive us your opinion.

teams comprised of lady ama- the members and their guests ols. Helen and Carl McManus, Nursing home benefits are also

teurs, competing for the honor .who made the event successful. Mary Allen, Emma and Alex Included for post operative
and gift certificates. Golf Pro DUPLICATE BRIDGE Morton and Joe Kerrigan.It stays. AU of these benefits \Diplomat -

Dave Kenneth of Green Cove The Duplicate Bridge Club are available for only $12.50per
Hamilton created the biff house. 24 wide, 3 J |
Springs and team members. sponsored by the Keystone was voted unanimously to quarter. Perhaps most
Betty Kenneth. Willie Jean Kir- Heights Woman's Club meets FLORIDA BOYS QUARTET send $5.00 to the Starke Jr. important of all, every Gold bedroom. 1 1-2 bath, walk-in closet. Utilityroom

ker and Vivian Gordy postedthe every Monday night at 7:30.: Woman's Club for their beautification Card member of the National equiped with washer and! dryer. Deluxe

low score of 57 to collect Theee sessions are open to the Will Sing At Clay Co-op MeetingThe prgram of the newly Council can have this pro- furniture throughout.

first-place winnings in Mon. public. contructed middle school. tection, NO MATTER WHAT

day's tournament. Last week's winners were: Florida Boys Quartet thousand members and visitors! Members of our club: who wishto THEIR PRESENT OR PAST

The: Pro-Pro pot was won by 'First place with 36 points, Mr. nationally-known religious singers expected- attend this event. give trees or plants were HEALTH HISTORY. The char- WE ARE NOW OPEN TILL

Joe McDonald and Bubba WIN and Mrs. Fremont Tolles; second will provide entertainmentat The afternoon busines session told who to contact. ter enrollment period for this 10:00 P.M. EACH EVENING

Hams golf' professional at NAS, place with 35 points, Mrs. the annual meeting of Clay will include the election of A letter of thanks was received official National Council of Senior -

and the Dunes golf clubs re Heptinstall' and Mrs. Aubrey Electric Cooperative in Key three trustees with the only announced from Mrs. Thelma Dixon Citizens group "MedicareSupplement"
for in the Come Visit With Us!
our generosity Hospital plan extends -
spectively. Bannister tied with Mrs. Anna stone Heights, Thursday, March candidates being the
CUBB project. March 31 All
until 1969.
Gertie McRae of Starke entered James and Louie Kyle; and 27. State Senate President John three incumbents: Claude Brandon ,
Mary Allen and George Clem- members who that date
apply by
scores of 87-88 to win first fourth place with 33 points Mrs. Mathews, of Jacksonville, will of District 4: T. L. Drake.
ens will conduct the shuffle- will be accepted.Senior .
place In the championship flight Joe Dey and Jim Fox. be the main speaker. District 2; and Drew H. Dukes, board games weather permit- mCt

for the Ladles Invitational. HERE 'N THERE The program will get underway District 6. Nominations' for ting Monday and Wednesdayat Citizens: of Bradford

Other winners In this flight\ Included Leroy and Jeanette Syracuse, at 9 a.m. with luncheon trustee posts may also,bo mid. 2 p.m. at the Recreation County who are Interested In

Voncile Ketch of Key of Greenville! S. C., are guests served at noon to the several from the floor. Center until Pete and Lilly this Insurance plan are Invitedto

atone Heights with 178. and Liz of Mrs. Bess Grosberg of Lake- Johnson are able to completethe our next meeting. March 25, Mom" HOMFS:

Steen of Palatka with 180 view Dr ve. West in Florahome, Mrs. Jo tickets prior to the night of the moving to their new home.A at I p.m. at the Recration Center -

(matched cards). On Friday: evening Mrs. Mathews in the office, Mrs. banquet. they will be available "Get Well"card was signedby where conditions for acceptance -

First Flirfit! winners were as Grosberg entertained her house Ruth Courtney in Melrose Mrs. at the door. the membership to be sent of this Insurance plan OF JACKSONVILLE

follows] : Willie Jean Kirker of guests with a dinner party at Beverly Jenkins and Mrs. Virginia Please make reservations at to W. F. Herlong. We hope will be discussed and questions

Green Cove Springs. 188: Martha the Pirates Cove in Gainesville. Christie on Lake WinnottIn least two weeks in advance (by that he Is comfortable and gain- answered. Come, join with us 6545 NORMANDY BOULEVARD

Hayes of Keystone Heights. Guests Included Leroy and Melrose from Cheerleadersand March 29)) in order that the ing strength after his recent and see how you can enrich I

190: and Anne Scrafford of Jeanette, Mrs. Margaret Howe. members of the Football cooking staff may have adequate operation. your life and the life of others.

Gainesville. 191. Mrs. Janette Brown Mrs. Jan and Basketball teams. If you time for planning and Our members were advised'AilD Joe Kerrigan

In the Second Flight: Oma Batts and Jim Fox. are unable to purchase your purchasing the food.

Ralelprh from Dunes in Jack- Mrs. Jeanette Brown,. of Pet-

sonville. 198; Gussle Rudder-! erbrough, Canada Is I visiting CARL BEGGS

man of Gainesville, 199: and :her cousin, Mrs. Margaret >{! Jt' .' < ..

Blllle Dan!., of Keystone' Howe. X iJ; ; I Gulf Service

Heights 201. Mr. and Mrs. Jospeh Williams T'SED PARTS

:In the Third Flight handicaps of Elmhurst, B!. are it Toys Prl'e.* for Wrecked Cars

were used In tabulating the win- guests this week of Mr. and J .> :; \ 24 Hour Wrecker Service

ners: Mary Jane Bland of Mrs. Charles Garber of Nelson's .Fuel Oil .-
Hawthorne. 1ST: Lois Walker of Point. Mrs. Williams and Mrs.
Keystone Hcightts 156 ElvaIMIANiEKCI New JZD VACUUM cleaners Used Cars -
; Garber are sisters.MELROSE. Innerspringsand PUMPSNEW re-
CLASSIFIED AD RATES Box SpringsDrop crrOtlorsd:!" $15 up. 10 differentbrands George E. LaRue I Hwy. SOl N. Waldo
: .
AND USEDSALESPARTS..SERVICE to choose from. 46S-1998
-- Up to 15 words ____... 1.2S Us A Card or Call I Prti & excellent repairs all

(Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-9166 Deep & Shallow Wells ma'3.: Watson's House of Fire Homeowner HELP WANTED Male. No

Each word over IS .07 MRS. PEGGY SMALLER Water, Softeners & Filters Vacuurrs 712 N. Main, Gaines- LIFE & ACCIDENT experience necessary. Regular
209 E. Adkins St.
Expert Service On vlll 376-7110. tfchg I Keystone Heights 473-4682 I work 5 day week. Mutual Lum-

(Lake Santa Fe) By Joyce Rower Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired All I ber Co., 5 miles South of Starkeon
By: Michael H. Chltty paid In advance ____ .33 Upholstered & Refinished Makes DIL VOlT KI'>..OW It'.i: easy toI''II II I' 301. 4tchg 3-27
I PlumbingService MEN WANTED Men cottage
Jfl J-rr= -rrSrJ rrr. MATTRESSES REBUILT : Longcnnmp Home? -
Ph. 475-2171 Starke Phone 964-7061 Better nulU for F' tr'-lti livIng parents age over 21. Starting FOR SALE Conn Trumpet.
tSSSSrS trrrjrrrrrsr ,MI Memorials, Resolution DURRANCE PUMP You: plan. or ours pay $293 month promotion opportunities used 6 months. Phone 964-6779

From Preceding Page) 7 cent word HASTINGS MATTRESS VowS mi or ours. Contact Bu- and regular In- after 6 p.m. tfchg
(From Preceding Page) in Gainesville March 26th. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS .I II foi-d Mitchell. phone:: &64M -| creases in pay. 8 hour day 5

Students In Interlachen are 710 Lemon St. Pal atka 6R!\ P o Box 238 ?tarke day week sick leave, vacations POODLE female true Apricot.
James Sullivan and Mr. and field trips. The CARDS OF THANKS INSURANCE tf.... state retirement. If interested I Registered trade for T. V..
David Stegall and child- also taking I furniture or what. Also Poodle
Mrs. AT REDUCED RATES please apply in Personnel ,
World Literature class: went toPalatka 50 words or taw --_- 3.CO I
ren, all of Williston, Mr. and last week to see "Ro MARY AUTO FIRE. BOAT Manager, Sunland Training Contar. grooming. Phone 964-6632.

Mrs. Hubert Chitty of Starke, Juliet. They also saw Each word over 80 __ .07 DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S t Gainesville, Fla. i 2tchg 3-20
meo '
and Mr.of and Anniston Mrs.1-lowardl3rad-, Ala. the movie "Camelot," as did the INSURANCE AGENCY I An equal opportunity employ- EUNICE NURSERY
Mr. and Mrs. English Hilton 7th grade: Humanities class. Apparently OFFICIAL CARTER tehc SUM SPORTS .2 ___ i Tomato, egg plant & pepper

of Jacksonville spent last weekat literature is more Interesting -: INSPECTION STATION plants. Petunia salvia coleua
HELP WANTED Need ladies
their lake home. Rose when it can be seen. Open Dally 8 AJ5:30 P. M, : two MOORK BOAT !OR ED WAINWRIGHT & verbena plants. Geraniums.

Cornatzer of Keystone Heightswas Several great literary works Except Saturday 8-12 Noon part time 0" full time You i I YOUR MONEY< AGENCY I Blueberry plants pear tree &

visiting them Wednesdayand have been shown at area thea- HILL'S GARAGEKeystone PAINTS can -make $10 and up a day. No Starke Ph. 6648791SPECIAL For All Your Ornamental shrubs. 2 miles N.
experience Must have
necessary. I turn at sign.!
Thursday. Their daughter, ters lately. Insurance NeedsSpecializing Lawtey on 301.
Beverly, and grandson, Hugh SCOUTS Heights use of car. Prone 7522650. Write in Phone 782-3463. tfchg!
Telephone 473-4465 102 10. Hrcunle.' SI. Una Dsubsrly Box 3001 E. Du- I :
Fletcher Jr., spent from Tues- The District Brownie Day See our selection of used fish. Mobile Home InsurancePh.
val, Columbia! Motel Lake Cltv. FOR RENT -Furnished apart-
day to Sunday with them, and will be held at Morntngside}
Ing motors from $75.00 .
Fla 4tp 2.211 Starke 964-6818 ment on 704 N. Lake St. Phone
Hugh Sr. joined them for the Park in Gainesville March THE KEY TO NEW 964-6937. tfchg

weekend. 22nd. The Melrose Brownies Gracious '
: BAIRD WANTED: Used Wringer-Wash-
Barbara Barrows and Mrs. are planning to attend and will FOR SALE Motel In Bradford
3 bedroom house cash take In
Town House er. Will pay or i
Frazier and family spent the leave from the Parish Houseat J DoMourselfSEAMLESS I Mobile Homes unfurnished. Conveniently located. County. 12 units living area.
weekend with their parents, Mr. i trade on anything. DAHMER'S.
9:45: a.m. APARTMENTS Call 9646841. tfehg 10 acres. 360 ft. front. No in-
and Mrs. Daryl Barrows. The Junior Girl Scout Troop NEW and USEDR.I012' 9647923. tf-chg formation by phone. Call Rai-
Sell or RentFumLshed I
Mark Reddish of Starke spent
celebrated Girl Scout SterejConsole:>> Lay-Away
No. 627 Wide WILL BUY: Used Appliances. ford 431-1278 for appointment.
the weekend with his grand week with a number of acti UNCLAIMED: beautiful Stereo- 4tp -4-3
Good Quality Furniture TV'S. Stereos, anything -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W, vitles. -- or Unfurnished Radio Combination! ; 2 months .

Carpenter. Mrs. Dolph Red- Saturday night they held their! Buford Mitchell FLOORING Reasonably Priced D-ld.:) fully automatic! Balance ,I of value. DAHMER'S.MOBILE MUST SACRIFICE-719 E. Lau-

dish visited her parents on annual father. daughter banquet. Phones Gainesville' 378-2785 $68. or $9 mcnthly payments. HOME: 90-day old ra St. 2 bedrooms. concrete

Sunday.Mr. at Kelley's Restaurant. The 964-6853 964-6760 Serviced. Guaranteed and Must place in your area. Call unit. pay sales tax Insurance. block. Low, down payment balance -
and Mrs. Henry Servin -
girls and their fathers enjoyeda Delivered In Starke Area Credit Manager COLLECT Move in. 12-48 Queen-Aire. 2 $50 per month.
and daughter, of Prairie City,
dinner Jacksonville 353-1946. ANY- bedrooms. Pay $66.31 per BILL POWELL, Broker
delicious fried chicken WE MAKE NO EXTRA COST
111. visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Doyle James. after which a Court of Awardswas FOR RENT: TV sets, baby US!; 441 N. 4502 NW 13th TIME. Will deliver. no' obliga. I month. Bonanza Mobile Homes .964-6464

Mrs. E. B. Watkins is moving held. The girls were pre beds elect guitars amplifiers, Galrfivllle 378-2785 fon. Stchg: 3-27 Gainesville phone 372-4286. I FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished -
refrigerators: day week. DAHMKR'S KEYS 2tchg 3-27
sented proficiency badges they or -
her: trailer to Augusta, Ga. house and 1 small unfurnished -
where three of her daughterslive. have won this year by their tf-cha SEWING )M'J"NEq FOR SALE Micarta-plastic I bedroom house.
leader, Mrs. Dock Tison and' I r S'k 2cher Phone 964-5724 after 5 and:
material. Good
TRAILER LOTS LBrRe-t: sPlect'crs: from which !! counter top)
Mrs. H. T. Smith and Mrs. assistant! leader. 'Mrs. Billy woodgra'ns weekends. tfehg
MEN WANTED Laundry choose.. Pfiff. Ne chl. Nelco. selection of patterns and I'
Ruby.Wolfe returned home froman Singleton. LAKE ACCESS workers, Kitchen aids laborers New Home. &.Universal. Inc. : -35c per foot. Sizes up FOR SALE 2 bedroom house.
extended visit with her Those attending were Mr.
$15 Down cottage parents watch- I REPAIR .ALL MAKES. to 60" x 144". George Ricks
daughter, :Mrs. Trellie Ches- James. Dennis and daughter $15 Month Largest Boot Dealerin n I o e neighborhood. Electric
North. Phone 964-5184. I
cooks SOI !
man. and clerks ground-
hire, in Pompano. M u r i e L Mr. John Rid- Lake Lots $2500 Up keeper, truck driver. Five National Sewing TONY LAMA 4tp 3-27 I Range. Refrig. and Gas heater.

Friday night, Pete and Joyce aught and Patricia Mr. Bill Investment Properties day JUSTIN Phone 9645801. tfchg:
week eight hour day. NACONA
Barton entertained a few IW- Maclvne Co. ADD MACHINE ROLLS,
Copeland and Diana.'Mr. John ,
retirement vacations RULED
ghbors with a fish fry aild'bar- Box/ and Debbie, Mr. Gordon S. E. McKAY ACME and others. File Folder, complete Hue of.
sick leave. If Interested, please 611 W. University A vs. 378-1355 Steno Notebooks, Order Book,
becue Those enjoying the out- Jones .and Deborah, Mr. Billy Realtor-Appraiser apply In person Personnel Gainesville. Hard To Fit? rice mpplle*.- The Telegraph. etc. Bradford County Telegraph. -
ing were: English and Romania Singleton: and Gay, Mr. Curtis Bradford County Telegraph.
Keystone Ilts. 473-4816 Manager, Sunland Tralnliisr .
Hilton, Hugh-and Beverly Flet- West and Barbara, Mr. Dock Let us! "Custom Fit"and
cher, and Fred Thieman of Center, Gainesville. Fla. N,. 900 Ret'rement! Spec'al'! -
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.Howard Tison and Vicki Rev. Bill Potf- INCOME TAX SERVICE An equal opportunity employer. Prams bll'lg!low :5 rooms. make a pair for FOR ALL TYPES roofing and I|I BRICK HOUSE for ,sale. "better
pell and Cathy, Janet Chlap- repairs. caU 964-
Bradberry of Anniston, plnl. and tammy Weaver. Short Forms $5 and up. Town bath porch Newly palnfd. you. your roofing 4tp 3-20 i than new." 3 bedrooms. 2 baths.

\Ia., James and Cricket Chitty Finance Co., 221 N. Temple Ave. tfchg: Nice' fenced J 1st. Just 6000. 4821 N. W. 6th St. 7079. carpeted. built-in range. Nice

and children, Mike and Wayne, Saturday the Troop went on Starke. tfchg SEVERAL GOOD USED AddIng Gainesville RE\ARD-For return of black size lot. 1.000 equity: assume:
Mrs. Atha five-mile hike and learned No. 803 Cattle Ranch, 80 icrss 3764595FOR
Copeland and Anita a
Machines for sale elec and brown female Dachshund.Last payments of $87 month. Sacnitice -
Williamson of Keystone Hei how to use compasses sketch SEWING MACHINE Cleaned. ; doss! In. Rustic! home Modern .
tries; subtraction credit bal. i seen on E. Call St., Feb. 1308900. Phone 9W885.Itchc(;
maps. Buddy burners and vaga- oiled and adjusted in your ance. Bradford County Telegraph kitchen pcars and fruit. I RENT-Unfurnished 3 bed.1 I', 25. Call Mrs. Kitchens 964-7500

ghts.Mr. bond stones. They also practiced home 300. Vacuum cleaner: repairs tf S35.5CO. Terms. !I roam house. Contact Mrs. D. L.I i 964-6923 after 5:30: p.m.
or '
and Mrs. Sam ButlerJr. first aid necessary to also. All work guaranteed. Strout Realty i Silcox. 331 Clark St. tfchg 2tchg 3-20 FURNITURE Refintshingr. upholstering -

and son brought Mrs. Jo know. for long hikes and trips. Dennis Eo Cogglns Phone 431- FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE Reg. Broker I cabinet work antiques

Strandberg home Sunday from The Troop Is sponsored by 1428. tfchg ready for occupancy. :3 ">*d- 2117 N. Temple Ave. I qIGL4S all kinds. MeUI nr YOUNG WOMAN for light restored to their original
a two weeks visit with them In' by Melrose Junior Womans Club room 2 bath. Located Just Starke, Fla. : <.rdho..rd Ttif 'e'elegraahSTARKE housework. Afternoons part., beauty. Call C. E. Jacfcson. 1313

Ormond Beach. and holds their weekly meet- outside of city limits In Ph. 964-6609 201 NU1'seryLiving t'me. Must be clean depend- Madison St.. Starke. Phone 964-

Ings at the Trinity Episcopal Ptnebreeze. Easy rronthly able. No transportation. Good 5370. 4tp 4-3
Is feel- iller BrownVolkswagen FOR SALE OR RENT 3 bed- plants! for lasting pleasure. Azalea I
Since your reporter Parish House.WOMAN'S terms. Longchamp: Co7.st Co. I pay. Apply between 4:30: and
ro&as camelias. Citrus
this week rcm huss W. Andrews St. Con- on 1 FOR RENT: Small furnish!
under the
Ing CLUB Contact BI.fo;d JWltca.11 Trifoliate root tfchg | 5:30: p.m. Mrs. Gibson 1031 W.
and the wind has been blow- tact Tolbert MCoy. Rt. 2 Box i house. Especially nice: desirable
(Mrs. Runette Davis. Home pone 984-8853 P O. .Bo I Madison( (Route 100 West) 1
hard that there hasn't 143-K, Starke or Phone 9647818. location. M. A. Payne phone!
Ing so Economics Extension Agent of _. 93R Starke tr..o FOR SALE1 Hay Coastal I 2tohg 3-20
been much fishing, we are just Alachua County will be guest 2tchg 3-27 and Bahla. highly fertilized. no i 964-6560 after 5 tfchg

going to add our sports on to Nine Acres Land I'' rain. J. M. Frontage!' on State Road 230
Edwards phoe: 964. 1
speaker at regular FREE PUPPIES-Call Mrs. W. i FOR RENT Furnished modern -
the news column. Uncle Howard One mile of City Limits, near 5403, Starke. tfchg 800 ft.. between Country Club .
meeting of Melro.seWoman's
the L. MIbley.:: Phone 964-5033. Itp 1 bedroom apartment BenI -
Bradberry has been catching paved road. Priced less than and Road at a bargain price.A. .
some nice shellcrackers Club Wednesday.Her New & U ed 53.000.A. I FOR SALE Large 2-wheel Tel. I| ncr Apt. 633 McMahon. Phone
of conversation will FOR RENT: 3 BR., 2 bath: J. Thomas. Realtor 1
topic :
and copperheads off our dock be calorie count'ng.' So those I Sales Service VI J. Thomas Realtor. Iruse. Cill 964-7649. IteM : trailer 8'xlO1, $95; 5' rotary 964-5701.() 964-6279.:! tfchg
and a few bass along the edgeof I Telephone 964-5701 mower $135; 3 bottom drag I
the grass lately also. who have a rough/ battle with 1 MI. North of The Mall FOR RENT 3 rom furnished plow on rubber, $125; 2 bottom i FAY'S FABRICS. Mill end store. | FOR SALE 2 bedroom. ow

I Griffin's Lodge reports that the weight problem might pick GAINESVILLEREDUCE SINGER AUTOMATIC efficiency! apartment. Lights. 3 pt. plow $80; 7' disc ..harrow H\vy.\ 3C1.( 1 1-2 miles north of bath house close in. Phone Itch 964-

the bass are still biting up some pointers from this CONSOLE MODEL water furnished $45 mo. Gladys 3 pt. $95: 6' drag harrow $60: WaldJ. Open 9 to 6. six days. 7769. ?

despite the weather and the meeting. SEWING MACHINE. must placein Weldon. 425 N. Walnut. Itch.? 6' railing chopper: $35: 2 Cov- 4tp 4-10 SUMMER Head Start The

specs were coming on the beds INTERLACHEN!: AWARDSThe your area. A-l shape. ZljZ&gs Ington planter: units with frtll'7er Economic In
C U B B Agency!
Saturday. Tuesday, Roy caught annual Sports Awards : Safe and fast with makes button holes, fancy FOR SALE 4 rolls !slightly 1 Iu..ed '! boxes. $40: 30" buzz saw. !MALE\ HELP WANTED Expsrloncerl ] Is
Starke applications
7 bass; Wednesday, he and Mr. Banquet of the Interlachen High GoBese tablets & E-Vap "water designs sews on buttons ap- 3 feet fence wire. Contact $25; also 58 acre farm and im meat cutter willing to for now project accepting director.

Zellmer caught 4 bass; Friday, School will be held on Friday. pills." -Andrews Drugs. ol:: ques. monograms. etc. Sold Albert 01''3S0n. 9645636. Up provements. Logan.: 1-4 mi. mot tj Gainesville. Apply Ger- social service director teachers.

Roy and Albert Dixon got 7 lot pd 3-27 new for over $300. MUST SAC. South:!: Walda U. S. 301. Up tner's Inc. 1133 So. Main St.
6 Ibs. April 11th at 8:00: p.m. in toe FOR RENT Small. .ir.iishsd., teacher aids. secretarybookkeeper )
bass the largest one
; 4-10
RIFICE. Just balance S32! OMr.esvllle. Fla. 4tchg
and Zell- 2 bedrooms ,house! l local?':! 743 lunchroom workers
Saturday Roy FOR SALE Concrete block !
rr assume. $8 monthly payments.Call Listings wanted in Bradford and .
ner got 9 specs and 2 bass School Cafeteria. house; 3 bedroom 1 bath, central Credit Manager COLLECT, N. Walnut St. Call 964-7444 cr adJoll ng Counties on: TlmSr. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom houseon head cook. custodian. and bus

and Sunday morning Roy got Tickets will be $1.73 for In heat & alr-coivdittoning. Cor. Jacksonville 353-1946 ANYTIME.Will D6 070. Ito Inrg? *- .m9ll aCl' aies. 2 city lots. Must sacrifice, driver in' t.be1969 Summer

12 specs In the rain. These terlachen High School Booster ner lot. Phone 964-5367. tfchg deliver no obligation. FOR SALE Chicken ferf.lMzer. : small c:? large! farms. Can or being transferred. 3300. Terms Head Start programs in Clay
members and $2.00 for
were large male ones. Stcftg 327 lime ard d3lmltc. Clean write flv-: the: price! ad: terms.A. 932 Euclid St.. Starke. 2tp 3-27 and Bradford Counties. All
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hodge non-members. A child's plate applications must be turned'inby
ILLINESS forces sale New I
J. Thomas:: R?altJr.: Starke,
service. We
out and
caught 5 bass in Orange Lake will be available for children furniture seven rooms full. FOR RENT! 4 bedroom brick deliver. W spreading A. :Prsvatt. 964.6816. FH.. :32C91.(: Tel. !l645701.POqTi'n FOR SALE by City of Hampton: April 5. 1969. For additional

Wednesday on artificial bait twelve and under if Cheap.- Refrigerator, stove, bed- .!home central heat and air 4 tc' 4-10), O1.1 Pot Offlc' Site. 25 ft. information and a Job application -

(worms). Maybe your old reporter led by an adult. accompan- room suits I dining .room suite condition: conveniently located: .!. :. SI-3NS: Treated to frontage: on State Road 18 by form. contact the Neighborhood .

will feel better next Tickets may be obtainedfrom rugs! desk. bookcase, living unfurnished. $100 per mo. 323 FOR SALE 1961; Dr.dpe 6 cvl. withstand weather- 20c each arrxlmately:: 200 ft. deep. Bids Service Center In ;your'

week and the wind will calm Mrs. Frances Clayton In room suite & chairs pictures.etc. N. Walrut St. Iiqw're' >at premises 4 dr. Alr-eond.tloncl. Excellent $2.25 doz. Special price on larg- will! be accepted up to .April area or write: CUBB. P. O.

down and the fish will bite. the cafeteria Mrs. Caroline Vernon Olin Lawtey Phone or call Starke 964-7753 or cordif.cn: Dolph R:d:1ls'Pho.ne: r quantities. Bradford County. 5. 1969. Lillian S. In enaUi. Drawer 970. Starke. An Equal

Let's hope so anyway. 7823664. ito !9646491. tfch 964-7220. Itchg Tel _raph. tf I City Clerk. 3tchg 4-3 Opportunity Employer. 3tch 4-3

I'age 18 TELEGRAPH March 20,19690')0'11 .

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