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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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J. Novak. executive In submitting his resignationto
vice-president and general man- the Chamber's Executive
feer of the Starke-Bradford Committee at a luncheon meet-
: ;rY County Chamber of Commerce, ing held at the Garden Rest attendancefor
d -,' d today resigned the position he aurant on Thursday. March 27 the four-day Bradford
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has held for nearly six: years. he gave personal reasons for County Fair and Spring-
reaching the decision. Novak time Festival is 52,000, according -
Hearing i concerning Fair
: to Manager
indicated he wished to seek em:?
Florida State Telephone Peter J. Novak.
W ployment in a larger community -
Company's /application fora where the opportunity and
rate increase has been Berry the challenge appeared to be We had a good year, one of
set for 10 a.m. at the Agri- greater. our most successful.: says :Pair
culture Building 2266 N. Association Treasurer Cliff Ha*
Termination date of his employment
Temple by the Florida zen speaking in terms ol ,gross
Picking will be decided by the
received at the gate
Public Utilities Commission Chamber Board of Governors revenues
scheduled to meet Thursday. and at the various events. Paid
April 3. Novak Indicated he attendance at the fair was up

Gerald 1. Williams managerof BeginsA would like his children to be :by 1,000 over. previous years,

the local telephone office, able to complete the current he said.
said that he has not yet re. school year. Two events, the appearanceof

eived all of the data concernIng i<. r' w" .... light volume of strawberries Miss America (Judith Anne
ty his tenure M chamber
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the adjustments but that Jie 1 t began to come through the During Include Ford of Illinois) and the new!
manager .signs cf progress
Starke State Farmer's Market country and western jamboreeheld
will have them compiled ;next Holiday Inn. Owen
week. :1.". here Tuesday, but !picking was a new Saturday night were in-
:N; Joist of Florida (manufacturers -
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; still unsteady according to eluded! In the 69 fair and contributed -
of steel joists), Starke Industries
Programs concerning the ad- Miss Linda Thomas, newly crowned North Florida Miss Sharcn Lynn Keller, UF, right, and second run- Market Manager Bob Allen. Inc. (manufacturers of to the increased. attendance -

justments will be presented to Strawberry Queen center, poses with first runner-up, ner-up,1\Uss Patricia Dopson, Baker County. Demand was good with the boys' clothing), expansion of Hazen: said weather., along with
the Rotary Club on Tuesday and average price at'$3.61 per flat the poultry Industry (to numberone the break In the
to ,the Chamber of Commerce Tuesday. .Allen expects the vol- In broiler production in the There wore also eight more

Board of Directors. on Wednes $93,000 Ok'dFor ume to pick up gradually over state) establishing of toll free concessions and <& bigger, bet
day. Jax Beauty Chosen the next few weeks. telephone !service between ter and newer midway with

Buyers on the market Tuesday Starke and Keystone Heights more rides.
were David Browning, Morris When R. W. Ingle, president Head Start Carter, and J. R. Waimwrlght. -Union Area VocationalTech- definately come out in the black

of the company, announced at Several more buyers have pro- nical Training Center, the locating :but the net profit may not
the beginning! of the month that mised to be on the market when of the North Florida Civil match. other years because of

he was filing the application Program HereA Strawberry the volume increases, Allen said. Defense Headquarters and the Increased expenses. The treasurer -
he said that some factors con QueenMiss The heavy part of the season replacement of the loss of an pointed out that close to

tributing to a rate adjustmentare !its still not here Allen said. But existing garment manufacturer $1.500 went Into maintenance,
continued rising cast:: of $93,000 eight week Head the manager expects quite a : and the implementing of an and painting. A new stage in

equipment and materials. Increasing Start program for 236 poverty few berries by next week If the Annual Calf Scramble livestock the show ring for the beauty
wage levels increasing level preschool. children has Linda Thomas, 19- president Palmetto Club. Civic sored by the Starke Woman's weather holds." Improvement project. contest cost $500. There was
taxes and higher Interest been approved for the four year-old Jacksonville baton Woman of the Year in 1968. Club Mrs. Joseph\ Warren was Berries are also being broughtto Novak also directed tho making much electrical work to be done
rates .required to obtain new county CUBB Economic Agency!> school instructor, was selected executive: director of the American chairman of the event. Former the market through the Brad- of two motion pictures during too. Hazen said
capital financing, by the regional Organizationfor the 1969-70 North. Heart Association Daytona Strawberry Queen Mrs. Veda ford Strawberry Coop. No fig- his tenure as Chamber
Economic Opportunity of-t I Florida Strawberry Queenat Beach: Vincent VluUa.! dIrector Fish Dopwn acted as directorof ures were available from the. Manager. One la called "Flor Bonds outstanding on the $100
fice In Atlanta. 1' the Bradford County Inspection Division, Dept. of the pageant.. coop at press time however. :ida's Four Season County" and 000 fair building complex have
Williams eald that the last The 1969 summer head start Fair and Springtime Festi- Agriculture. Tallahassee and Mistress, of ceremonies was The market was scheduled to the other. Just released is called been reduced to $23,000 after a
five years, residential end in- program will begin June 23 and val last Friday night. Douglas Shelby Dept. of Agri- Mrs. Eddie Fisher'! executive open Monday morning, but "Beef and Youth for TomOrrow $3,000 payment made December -

dustrial development has been end August 15, according to culture, Tallahassee. secretary U. S. Department! > of ;rain stopped any picking plan ." 1, Hazen said, obviously
responsible for an increase of Harold McClendon Jr., VISTA First runner-up was Miss The 1969 paegant was spon- Agriculture. APCS, Gainesville. ned. proud that 'the) ,bonds are being
over 600 new customers in this volunteer who is supervising the Sharyn Lynn Keller, 18-)'ear-old During the same period, in a retired. The Fair Association Is
head start program for CUBB. University of Florida coed. Second voluntary capacity :he has served
with customers ,
Along
area. more also in the process of purchas-:
With $23,000 county funds going runner-up was Miss Patricia as manager of the Bradford
comes a demand for .higher ling 19 ,acres of land adjacentto
into the program the total D01=LSOn. 18-year-old Baker -- County Fair It has grown to
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grades of .service which re- the and
fair
present grounds
who is the sis- of the outstanding
budget for 1969 will be $116,000, County resident become one
qiti'res substantial Investmentsin according to McClendon. ter-in-law to Mrs. Veda Fish T In the state with! the SpringtimeFair there will probably be funds

new facilities and equipment, CUBB is currently seeking a Dopson, the 1966 Strawberry Just cmpleted, having broken enough to make the purchase.In .
the manager said. staff including a director of Queen. all records for attendanceand approximately 30 days

the program. The new queen was crownedby interest WFGA-TV Channel 12 of Jack-
According to Williams, the There will be space for 238 Miss Cathy Whitehead of t He also serves as the voluntary sonville will present .a documen-
current year's construction bud- children In both Bradford and Starke, 1963-69 Strawberry' executive director of the tary about the Bradford fair
get includes expanding; central Clay counties In tho CUBB Queen. Bradford County Development Novak said

office facilities and equipment, agency which are participatingin The six finalists performed Authority an agency responsible -
additions to outside ,plant, pro 'the Head Start program. before a packed house in the for many other develop ..According to Bob Henry, Novak .
vidlng service to an expanded About 70 per cent of that number fair complex show ring. The ments in the county.RECREATION '. said assistant news director.
growth of over 175 additional is enrolled now, McClendon new queen received $75 cash of Channel 12, the Bradford fair
subscribers in the area! and the said Bradford has 154 children and a large silver bowl as tro- more nearly represents the original -

continuation of the company's already on the 1969 head start phy. The runners-up received DEPARTMENTPLANS idea of county fairs.
upgrading programs. Tolls and Clay has 156. $50 and $25 In cash and silver SPRING DANCE Purpose of the Compass 12
Policy advisory committees bowls. The Starke Recreation Department !presentation will ,be to tell the

Last general Increase in rates required by OEO are currently Other finalists were Miss Lawtey Man Injured In CrashLamar will sponsor' a Spring story of .a county or region
was in 1958 according: to Wil being formed in each county. Wanda Prevail. Bradford County Dance this Friday night start- through: the fair promotion ol
llama McClendon said. ; Miss Sharon Strickland Ing at 9:30: o'clock In the old agricultural products.

He is planning an organizational Baker County: Miss Linda Lou- Johnson of Lawtey was hospitalized Monday moTnlnf with Injuries! receivedIn armory on Temple Ave. Music Novak said ,that both Fred

meeting April 2 in Clay :ise Comparato University: of. a collision between his 1962< Plymouth Valiant and this seml-tractor and trailer. will be provided by the "Certain Watts ,and Henry, both of Channel -
Rummage Sale Set County and one April 3 in Florida. Johnson was released from the Bradford County Hospital Wednesday morning Amounts." Only Bradford Coun- 12, stated that they were
Saturday; March 29 Bradford. The four Judges were required The car was a total loss. ty students in grades 9 through able to get some excellent foot-
A rummage sale is set Saturday to huddle a second time to 12. or up to age 19, will be ad age of the fair. The documentary
break tie in betweenthe Several other wrecks occurred during the week but reports were :not available at
March 29, from 10 a.m. to a points mitted. Tickets are $1.25. will be shown In color.
4 p.m. by the Bradford County' top two contestants.The : press time.
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Neighborhood Service Center.It new Strawberry Queen
will be held on Brownlee Poultrymen was also winner of the (Miss
Street in the building next door Oongenality award for which Bradford Hi
to Sam Griffis' Grocery"Store. Move Toward she received a trophy. CUBB Salaries Equalized
Volunteer ladles with the The new btrry: queen Is a Awards DayProgram
community action program OrganizingIn full time baton school operatorand

will be on hand to serve cus: Instructor in Jacksonville.She Set
'has 350 pupils some of
tomers. urging the formation of a whom performed at the beauty ,Eighteen CUBB employee ers the minimum, wage ,by Joyce Riherd questioned! the CUBB board member sta.
local association Hugging pageant Friday night. Miss have been given pay Increases Congressional direction.The equal salaries for all NSC cen-
pointed out that poultry is the brought about when Jobs and ted."Many An annual Awards Day pro-
Thomas is the daughter of Lt. seven NSC directors will ter personnel since Clay Coun- are too proud and this
biggest business in Bradford Commander and :Mrs. ArthurC. (hours worked were adjusted hencefortn earn $310 per month ty had voluntarily decided to is good," Mrs. Riherd. a county gram to pay special tribute to
Hey Kids! County, doing an estimated Monday night March 24. from outstanding students In various
Thomas of Jacksonville. She up wages which varied reduce salaries and have three health nurse, replied.
gross of $12 million annually lives with tier parents at 5539 The: salary adjustments effec- from $250 to $300 per month. centers Instead of one as was President J. Franklin Keller phases of the Bradford High
Easter Egg Hunt Lester Kalch associate poul- Hyde Park Circle. tive for the remaining seven Mrs Annette Hughes whose originally planned. Clay Board cf Baker County said that aftera School program Is scheduled
try specialist with the University May 28 at 1:15 .
months of the current budget work as NSC .supervisor has Member C. F. Holmes said his new survey is made by CUBB p.m.A
of Florida Agricultural Miss Thomas has attended year, were made in the local expanded from one county to county made the decision be- service center workers the picture major award will go to
tension Service the student compiling the highest
encouraged the Central Junior College at Ocala four-county: action program !seven centers in four counties, cause all the people> in the. may change.The
Friday April 4 group In organizing for the advancement academic average of the
of their Industry.- and is a old hand at beauty after the regional Organization was also given a $100 per month county could not reach one cen- pay Increases and a new 1968-69 school term. Over 50
contests She la currently Miss! for Economic Opportunity: of- pay increase to $600. Her see
10 A.M.Toddlers Another meeting of the trally located center. survey were finally approved awards will be presented.
group North East Florida, was second fice in Atlanta criticized ,sercetary, Mrs. Barbara Bailey, On a motion by C. F. Holmes Local businessmen have
will be held with In the next con-
Thru two or three weeks to elect runner-up In the Miss Azalea CUBB's management practices. was !given a $50 per month in- Mrs. Rlherd. also strongly of Clay County. Holmes movedto tributed $7.50 each for awards
Fifth Grade officers and perfect the organ- Contest in Palatka. third-run. OEO was primarily concerned: crease to $350. questioned the 1966 OEO figures "accept Sage's salary recom- and will present them at the
ization.A ner-up In the Miss Jacksonville about varying salaries In the used to divide the NSC funds mendations for the next seven program, according to BHS
Funds for the budget amend-
according to the of
of about 65 enthus- Jaycee contest and was the Neighborhood Service Centersin percentage months and work toward a new 'Principal Ralph Diggs.
group ments will
come from the
1967 Miss Lake Shore Blaze in the four counties for similar poverty level residents in each division of NSC fund." Businessmen or individualswho
West Side Park iastic poultry and prod- CUBB executive director's salary
egg
county. The OSO percentages
work. Executive Director Ron
Jacksonville.Judges Three OEO staffers from the wish. to contribute may
ucers In Bradford and adjoin- told the CUBB Board Mon- which Sage is not drawing were Clay County 39 per cent;
for Friday's beauty Sage Atlanta regional office were contact the BUS office, phone
ing counties met here since he is VISTA
Monday volunteerand
a
Bradford
day night. Sage said some NSC 30 per cent: Baker 19 at
pageant were Mrs. George Bon present the meeting pre 964-6092.
night March 17, and took Initial from the
salary of Assistant
toward Fleur, past president of the aides In Bradford County had per cent, and Union 12 per eumably because of the disagreement Students In all senior grades,
steps organizingan
Palmetto Woman's Club and been working 30-35 hours per CUBB Director Roubert cent. Mrs. Rlherd stated that over CUBB'a .salary' 9-12, will be eligible for
area association of poultrymen. Fountain returned
Clerk of the Court. Daytona: week. Others in Clay County which he has l 1)1'. A. Y. Covington !health of- practices. awards. To be eligible a stu-
This Space Contributed A nominating committee met Beach: Mrs. Howard SIgel, past where funds had been split to to CUBB since he la receiving ficer for three counties, said toe Miss Susan Jaworski OEO dent must be In good stand-
Weekly to Publicize March operate three NSC'a Instead of other funds while In training in figures are incorrect. field representative in chargeof ing with the school by:
Tuesday night. 25, to
Community Events by in the other three coun- Washington, D. C. 1)j Making a passing gradein
work up a slate of officers. one as Much time was spent discussing CUBB said her agency was
Committee members were ties were working as few as 20 Sage made It clear to the how the inequities\ In pay. concerned about the salaries because all subjects.
The CommunityState Mansell Ayers and Vernon YOUNG PEOPLE INVITED hours per week. Board members the increased arose in the first place; the explanations ; it is "bad management 2) Must not have been Involved -
Bank Crosby, egg producers;Aldolph FOR EASTER CHOIR Steps were taken to equalize NSC salaries are available only never became entirely practice to pay different money' In any major discipline
Gay and Owen Simmons, broiler Anyone 13 years of age or hours and pay Monday after a for the next seven months. He clear. Discussion also cen- for the same Job." problem during the current school -

Insuredup producers, and Arthur Gas. older, who would like to stag letter from the OEO regional indicated he hoped the OEO tered around making a new survey Other OEO personnel present term.
Accounts now kins and Vernon Thornton in the Community Choir for office was read to the Board. 3) Conventional dress! and appearance
pullet budget allocation. to CUBB will to find out where poverty Monday night were Robert
to $15,000 by Easter Sunrise Services, is invited The nine NSC aids in the will be necessary to
producers.In be Increased to cover the costs. level residents are located In Knight, director of the 25 CAP
Federal Deposit Insurance addition. .W. E. Woods to Join the group for centers will work accept an award. Policies set
was seven : 40 The executive director said the the four county' area. programs in Florida and
by the America
up Or-
Corp. named as representative from practice starting Sunday afternoon hours per week: at $1.61H cent $70.000 in NSC salaries now Is "I for one can tell you the Chuck Clerk, area coordinator ganization for boys Legion going to
Clay and Edward Shadd at 3
County o'clock at the First
:
per hour a total of $64.60 per not enough. largest number of poor people for VISTA volunteers In Florida
from Union. Baptist Church. week. CUBB must pay work Bradford Board Member are not on the welfare Tolls," Georgia, and Tennessee. (Continued on FagsFour)


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Brenda LewisComplimented _"'_- Diane Griffis hair with nose length veils.
carried matching
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:1.'l'l Terry, Lee Snyder bouquets with satin streamers. 'I

At Two PartiesMiss "" Wed February 28 Given in marriage by her
father the bride wore a white
Bradford County, :Hospital &%.. taffeta gown with overlay of
Brenda Lewis 'whose nounces'the following. ,iblrts: Miss Diane Griffis, daughterof lace and floor length train. I
marriage to Harold CharlesFarnsworth Mr. and Mrs. Wallace(Wise, a Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Her fingertip veil was securedto
Jr. was an event son Gary Lamar. March 19. Griffis and Terry Lee Snyder. a white satin circle head-
w a ol last Saturday evening. was Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowen son of Mr. and Mrs. William piece decorated with seed
hoAcped: : at two !party ]last, C. Lovell were united in mar- pearls. She carried a white
Starke a son Stacey! James
week. riage Friday Feb. 28 at 7:30 bible topped with pompoms and
Mrs. Donald Carter. Mrs March 24. p.m. in the Calvary Baptist centered with a white orchid.A .

Sally Whltehead and Mrs. Ran Church Starke. Rev. R. 11.
DowlingAndreuMiss Butler performed the nuptials. reception was held at the
lingerie
dal F. Chitty gave a
bride where bask-
Decorating the altar were home of the
shower for the former Miss Margie Ann Dowllng, baskets of white gladioli and ets of white pompoms and gladioli -
Lewis last Thursday night at daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. E. pompoms with a touch of pink were placed at points of
the Chltty home. interest. The bride's table
against a background of green- was
Dowltag: and the late (Billy)
r The honoree was presented ery and branched candelabrawith covered with a lace cloth and
Dowling. and David F. Andreu
M. M with a pink) corsage upon her burning tapers. Lighted centered with a three tiered
69Af arrival.. A dessert course! was son of Mrs. Lola !Andreu /were candles also marked the family tf cake topped with a bride and
served during the: evening while married In Dothan. Ala. on Feb. pews. groom. Mrs. R. H. Butler

the honeree opened ,the many 28 at 11:30: a.m. Miss Betty Mrs. James Starling, pianist cut the cake and Mrs. John
4: lovely gifts from the guests. Thompson was maid of !honor. and Mrs. Fred Halslop solo- Dampier and Mrs. Curtis Rea-
f 25 guests were :Invited to The couple )te ;residing at ist furnished nupital music. mes assisted in serving. Miss
E Ra attend. 2111-2 Main street Palatkcc. Mr. Lovell.attended l his ion as &t7ty" Viola Griffis niece of the bride,
best man and the 'ushers were and Miss Rosemary Griffis
Richard Solze and Wayne Mob- sister of the bride, kept the
Mrs. Vernon Silcox and Mrs. UDCToMeet ley. I/ bride's book.

Ralph Cox of lAve Oak gave a
bridesmaids luncheon for Miss W. T. Weeks chapter '0'. D. C. Miss Wanda Coblents served .. 111'01 After a wedding trip to Sil.
Lewis Saturday at the Gar- will meet Wednesday April 3 her sister as maid of honor. ver Springs and Ocala the coupleare
. on uet of blue with the same lines as the honor 338 Lake Street.
--- -j den Restaurant. at 3:30: at the home of Mrs.L. She wore a floor length pale pale pompoms residing at
blue A-line satin streamers. Misses Shir- attendant. Miss Mobley's gown
taffeta with
with Mrs. J. E. gown The bride attended Bradford
Gerri Mooty Weds Robert G. ThorntonIn The T-shaped table :held sev- D. Vining velvet belt. Her nose length ley Mobley and Eleanor Grif was pink taffeta and Miss Grlf-
Wilson] and: Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. High School. The groom is
fis fl's blue taffeta. They
eral was
arrangements of pink and veil was secured to a match- attended as bridesmaids. gown
,1 st Methodist Church CeremonyMiss white carnations and. gladioli. as co-hostesses. Ing bow. She carried a bouq- They wore gowns fashioned on wore matching bows In their employed at Owen Joist.

Bridal place cards marked the

Gerri Mooty and RobertG. Street for members of the families seating arrangement for the 17

Thornton were ua.:ted In marriage and a few Intimate friends.: guests
Saturday afternoon, March Azaleas. and dogwood, were used The hostesses presented !the WE'RE

22, at 2 o'clock In the First to highlight points of interest. honoree with a piece of :her cho-

Methodist Church in the !presence The bride'e table was covered sen silver pattern as. a memento -
of their parents. The dou with a lace cloth and at one of the occasion: Miss Lewis

ble-ring ceremony was perform. end was a. four-tiered 'wedding presented gifts to her bridal at-

ed by Rev. D. T, Farabee Jr., cake, decorated with yellow and tendants following the luncheon. WITH

pastor. white florets ,and topped with. Out-of-town guests were Miss
:The bride is the daughter o; wedding bells. At the other end
Sylvia Farnsworth, \iMrs. Carol '
Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Mooty ot was a crystal punch bowl en- Sheppard. Mrs. Luella Hansen t' FOR THE HOLIDAYS & SPRINGTIME!

Starke and the groom Is the circled with ivy and interspersed and Mrs. H. C. Farnsworth of Stir PlaID
son of Mr. and :Mrs. RobertE. with dogwood florets. Centeringthe Tampa, 'Mrs. Susan MoKensle
All
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Thornton( of Miami. Serving table was an arrangement of Atlanta and Mrs. C. W. Goff Open Everyday .
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witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. of white sweetpeas flanked by of Jacksonville :' '
Philip Magnotte of Miami bro. single candle holders with burning < '
Junior Jr.
ther-in-law and sister' of the white tapers. Mrs. .Bob Fer. ; : Petites I

groom. guson cut the bride's cake and Glenda Wade ,

Decorating the 'altar were two Miss Betsy Matthews presidedat Misses & Half SizesDRESSES ;
mass arrangements of azaleasIn the punch bowl. Weds Mr. HawkinsIn l, : ;

brassvases.. 'Assisting In serving were Mrs. ,,'. ". J
Tallahassee L---'''__. '''''Awo1?; . The bride wore. white linen Sherrod Hamilton Mrs. Mark

street length dress with Insetsof Hamilton and Mrs. Robbie Sbal- ,
:narrow white lace ,and lace ler. GlendaCarolyn Wade daughter uk #CI
of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S. Wadeof
edging the short sleeves. white Starke and Herbert Clayton i
The young couple Is residingin \ ,
whimsey secured her ,short veil Gainesville where Mr. Thorn Hawkins HI, son of Mr. and ;
of illusion She carried, a ''white Mrs. Herbert Clayton Hawkins, \ ,
ton Is a senior at U. of F., grad
and yellow rosebud :nosegay Jr., of Tallahassee, were mar- wJ
uating in June, and MrsThorn I
with yellow satin streamers. ried at noon Saturday, March
A email reception was ,held at ton Is a secretary at Southern 22, In a military wedding at

the Mooty home ,on. E A'Jkins Bell Telephone Co. St Thomas More Catholic ( $1O.99$099 :

Chapel. Lawrence Tallahassee.Rev. Cunningham. 1; Ea

Beta Sigma Phi Birthday Party performed the ceremony. _
Given In marriage by her values : =
Hears Highway For Randy ChittyRandy father, the bride wore a floor ?

TalkBeta length empire A-line gown of ,
Safety Chitty H was surprisedwith white satin fastened with a scalloped l- GIRLS DRESSESsizes

a birthday party ,given by neckline, long sleeves and
Sigma Phi Sorority met his mother Mrs. Randal F. attached chapel lenth train and
Monday night f
trimmed at bodice and hemline
Chitty on his 12th birthday last '
Mrs. C. W. Slade with Mrs. Saturday morning at the Chitty with leaves of sequins. Her $99 EXCITING NEW SELECTION!

,Philip Clark as co-hoetess. home. full length bouffant Illusion veil i-1 .t:' ',

Guest speaker for the pro was held by a cluster of seed ; ''' -- _,,, ..'... i, .
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gram was Sgt. Bill symthe boy guests pearls and sequins and she 3-14 'New sfteer. .sleeve slyfes!new btu di 'Ss1s:! ; :.:t: '-" ... "''':", _:.. .d.\_,"-.
Safety Education Director with 12 neighborhood carried a cascade of white roses ads
the Florida Highway Patrol rode their horses to the party. and carnations centered witha new pleated skirt types; new Jabo and \

from Lake City. He gave an After Randy was presented and white orchid. Fresh new Spring selection 3-6X embroidered trims..you.ve never seen \ }\1

Informative discussion of "Sur surprised with a horse and sad Polly Wade sister of the and 7-14 at one low price. All in such inspired eye-opening styles as \* "

vival" on the highways pointingout die, the ,group enjoyed! several bride and Phyllis Haddock were easy care fabrics in I linens cottons these new Spring '69 collection. See it a.t

that statistics show that one hours of horseback riding. attendants. They wore matching Dacrons. Many sleeveless styles today) \a(( ':
of bonded
pink crepe '
out of every two children ,born When they returned they were featuring gowns ruffles at the long for now thru Summer. Others to : '

,today will either be killed or served lunch In the back yard. sleeves and hems. Their head- :'

seriously Injured in an automo and birthday cake and Ice pieces were matching Dior bows $5.99.Sizes 1-3 from $$2.99 Others to $13.99
bile accident by age 21. cream. Bags of marbles were and they carried nosegays of '

given the boys for favors. pink roses.
A business meeting followed Herbert C. Hawkins, Jr.,
Mrs.
the program after which re Ervin Anurews assisted father of the groom was !best'man. )
freshments wero served by the with the party and In serving Ushers were Kirk Brown,
boetcfscs. lunch. Paul Joanos James E. Shel- HANDBAGS LADIES NYLON LONG LEG

ton, m, Ken Mlngledorff,Char

Dr. And Local Delegate les Fagan, and Michael nines. SATINETTE PANTIES PANTY GIRDLE
Mrs. Barry An Honor Guard was providedby U -
Attend DKG
Hosts At Dinner members of the Air Force

Dr. and Mrs. A, J. State ConventionMrs. Corps.Reserve David Officer Sellers Training, Perry 99 <:

gave a buffet dinner party Barry Sat- W. H. Hart and Mrs. A. Luckett, Charles Smith, David Carps $2 Sizes 59 $$5 $399Low
Wilson Jim McConnaughhay,
urday night at their Russell '
Bessent Road for their home house-on State convention Norman of attended Delta Kappa the Herny Lathan WolfakUl Jim Webb and > Price B 5.8 value

guests Mrs. and also the guests of Gamma Society at the Roosevelt The bride's Varnado.parents were 'z : Beautiful selection of straws, Elastic leg brief in nylon trio Comfortable, shape retain-

Mrs. Barry's F. II. Kramer parents. Mr. and Hotel in Jacksonville last hosts at a reception given In / + patents and bone calf in latest cot. Fine woven web elastic ing Lycra and Spandex with
Mrs. Howard ; Mr. and weekend. the chapel lounge. Those L 1* dressy and casual styles. Comwaistband and leg openings.. diamond control panels on
City! Pa.rrs.( : Shontz. Elwood 1 They both :participated In the assisting were Patty Lamaster, 'r l/_ i pare with bags selling for much Machine washable. Compare front and sides for natural

terson, Beaver Mildred Pat- Flag' arch of Presidents at the Jan Bachemin, Mrs. Paul Joan- morel with 79C sellers. Sizes 9-10, fir. Compare with any $5
Tails Pa., and Founder's banquet on Saturday os. and Mrs. James E. Shelton Others to $4.99 89C value 69C sellerl! In white, sizes S-M-
Miss. Beverly Patterson Gain
;night On Sunday morning a m.After L-XL.
esville.SMILED. their wedding trip Mr.
memorial service was held for
r2R
and Mrs. Hawkins will residein
deceased members. Mrs. Hart
Tallahassee until his grad-
represented her chapter. Alpha uation In June from Florida
Nu. of which she is president State University after which he GOLFER OR HI-CREW

end Mrs. Norman representedNu will receive his Second Lieu- ;t MISSES DRESS UP SHOES
OF THE WEEK chapter.A .
tenant Commlslon in the U. S.
$2,000 scholarship] was a- Air Force. KNIT SHIRTS

warded to a teacher In the Mi $ 99
ami area for further study and Mr. an Mrs. Herbert Clay- Carps 2

two $300 awards were made to ton Hawkins Jr., entertainedthe
two other women. wedding party at a rehear- $ 99 Price
sal supper Friday nlghtatJoe's $2.99 1
: Steak House. Choice of T-strap or

Miss Glenda Wade was feted values slip-on styles, in
.1IoutJ with a linen shower co-hosted white or black Patina.
all .
''I by Mrs. John Stuckey, Mrs. Shaped heel. Sizes
r; _/ Paul Morgan Sr., and Mrs. Choice of mens golfer style collar 8>%4-3.

-dJ fAJ fb John Bond.Diocesan. with action sleeve and back, long
,
-: .,... "::.-- I. tail..or. hirew.neck,? style in nylon
t;::., :. .=it LADIES DRESSY FLATS
j); :; .. tricot knit with rib cuff and bottom in
1ir -
J'r 1-\\ Council bold stripes. Sizes 5-L. sC'

-_-- W :;;iJi'F'.. BYNANCY'S
HeldThe
Meeting
[ ...- ..-' -= FLOWERS BOYS SIZES Carps $299FROM

YOU CAN'T MISS DOGWOOD Diocesan Council of Catholic $1.79 Price
WITH OUR DEPENDABLE When you look at the lovely Women held their Spring.
white and pink blossoms of the New Square toe with
SERVICE wonderful spring dogwood you Deanery meeting In Palatka on filigree I bow accent.
Wednesday. March 19. V. shaped heel. In
are not looking
-q 'Mrs. Joseph Gissy was installed .
Patina crushedDAN
or
a
k', at a flower but
four white president of the East finish in a rainbow
r or Coast: Deanery. Rev. William RIVER choice of colors.
SPECIAL pink leaves. Act -
1a tually there Is a Joseph .of Jacksonville was. Sizes 510.
guest speaker. 'A choral group j
tiny cluster of
it flowers, and the from St. Johns River Junior Cal SLACKS LADIES
DRESS PUMP
/ FRIED ? surrounding lea lege were In charge of the pro

ves Just look gram called "Up Palatka".
CHICKEN

Whether we like are petals.looking at $ $$8.95 $599value

$1.25UCK'S leaves or blossoms-It Is still a Lori Ann GoodmanHas 399MENS$699
beautiful lght. And we over /
heard a. child say: "Mommie. Birthday PartyLori BOYS Smart simplicity in a
look( at the popcorn trees!" dress pump with 1 14"heel !
Ann Goodman celebratedher ', knit-fit lined.Patina .
If you have a shut-In friend, PERMANENT PRESS Dan River I fabric.Ivy .
and you want to bring the won sixth birthday Friday" evenIng I styled I I in choice of plaids or or smooth
Bnrliecni' DRIVEINBEEF derful world of God's beauty to with! a weiner roast givenat checks. Slim tapered fit a great finish in a beautiful
them send a potted plant. the home of !tier aunt !Mrs looking slack. array of Spring colors.
PORK SPARE' RIBS Th1s Is'a.. very special) : way to Evelyn Goodman on Ellington 5-10.
CHICKEN say: "Get well soon." Call us. road. H children enjoyed the BOYS 8.18 MENS 29-38
CURB u.s.aoi: SOUTH SERVICE: we'll deliver them. party.


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Mr Gene Pass will Join
Interest To Sgt. Pass in Honolulu Hawaii
Of e Sunday for six days R & R.
Sgt. Pass Is stationed In Viet-
nam In the First"Air Cavalry.
lnlcoMe ALL 7 NEAR P ITS DRIVING M 115 NIGE'TO SEE
WOMEN Mrs. Fred Hogue Sr. spent TA% a ISGRIPES.'GRlPIS GRIPES! t CRAZYl7'VEGOT ( 3ATISF1Ep'r'
I Sunday to Wednesday with her ; ee 'IOGt
sister, Mrs. Mildred FeltonIn J _
o C1t IlSatET OlS o
Daytona Beach. i
+*******+Glad,. Mooty.Phon 964-7608' *+* J = a ))1, u I01_ ed
Harold Bowen, Gary Hamilton -
Mrs. David G. Scott Sr. of Mrs. T. H. Slade was in Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spongier Paul McLeod Bonnie Gra-
Decatur, Ga. Is visiting herlonInIaw Riverside Hospital the past of Stone Mountain.were udon, Beverly McRae Larry n ..ems, .i
,
and daughter, Dr. week for observation and treat- Sunday visitors of Major and Register and Richard Wainwright -
and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. ment. Mrs. V. J. Spengler. are home on Spring vacation -
She was accompanied here by
Mr. and Mrs. Broward Pee- from FSU.
Two Starke residents were
her son, David G. Scott Jr.
ples and children of Lake City candidates for degrees when the
who was overnight guest. and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Call- winter Quarter of the 1968-69 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner teoa n s '
of Palatka of Jacksonville were Sunday :..-.e,.e 9t S
Mrs. George Braun of St. oway were Saturday academic year closes at the
Paul, Minn was a recent visitor visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred University of Florida on March Sapp.visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Felix
of Mrs. Edna Hart.J. Bennett. 24. Deanne W.Canova receiveda
Bachelor of Arts in Education John D. An-
Mr. and Mrs.
and Loran Connerand
Mr. Mrs.
B. Hunt of David Hin-
Bonifay was and Wesley .
r Crw..a.nnnt the weekend
.np r -
weekend visitor of his mother son, Steve, and father, R.
nant, Bachelor of Arts. with Dr. and Mrs.: O.L.
Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. M. Crosby of Atlanta, Ga. were
Havnes
Jr. at Lake Santa Fe.
weekend of Mr.and Mrs.
guests
Lex Johns of Macclenny, and
Mrs. F. J. Shaw was in Miami Felix Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Sat- MAKE THE
Nick Joyce Allen of Starke were Mm. Ella Moody and Mrs.
Thursday to Monday visiting Crosby. urday night guests of Mr. and Edith Christiansen visited Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw. Mrs. Lyle Buck and childrenof Mrs. John Hodges of Gaines Pearl Colson In Green Cove

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Oglesbylave East Palatka were Saturday ville. Springs Thursday to Sunday.
moved into the Gene Shaw visitors of Mrs.H.M.Rlcharde. SPRINGSAVING rr': *
home Bessant Mrs. Herman Moog of Balt- "Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hazenof : ,
on road which
imore Md. visitorof Gainesville
they have S/Sgt. Willard W. Wynn has was Monday were Monday
purchased. returned to Fort Benning, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rich- visitors of Mr. and Mrs. V. V.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlongand after two weeks leave at home. ardson. Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. M. v'a
family of Tlfton F. Hazen.
Ga.
spent
Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs.
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William Whlch- y .,
V. V. Hazen. Ruth Frazier attended the Wesleyan Friends of Mrs. W. E. Mid-
ello of Belleville, Mich were
Service Guild Florida
dleton will regret to hear of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- guests and Mrs.the R.past E. Firth.week of Mr. Conference in Leesburg over the death of her brother, Ben \l
wire returned Thursday from the weekend. Dowling In Jacksonville Mon-

ten days visit with friends in Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggsof Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- day morning. Attending tne W 5

Tampa and with Mr. and Mrs. Orlando were weekend guestsof son of Tallahassee and Mr. and funeral at Evergreen cemetery SCENE ........ .
..
Mike Goldwire in Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Den- Mrs. Joe Jordan of Lake City Tuesday morning were Mrs. .... ... ... ....
mark. and families visited Mr. and Mlddleton Mrs. E. L. Matthews ... .... .. .' ...... .
Mrs. W. H. Graham was in Mrs. H. A. Lawson during the and daughters Miss Bet- .. .. ." :'.. :..' .
Leesburg last week visiting Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Bran- weekend.Mr. sy Matthews, Mrs. Bob Fer- .
and Mrs. T. E. Weihe. tley of Tennllle Ga. were last guson and Mrs. John Miller.
Thursday visitors Mr.and Mrs.K. and Mrs. E. R. Smithof SPRING YOURSELF LOOSE IN A !
Archie Green of Chicago, 111. G. Duncan. Madison N.J. and Mrs. Local admittances to Brad- !
was visiting his mother Mrs.L. Smith's mother, Mrs. Bertha ford County Hospital this week Spring
J. Green over the weekend. Miss Joyce Denmark of La- Pearce of Starke spent the past Include: Ray Daugherty,Sharon
Grange College Oa. was home week in South Florida where Underhill, Mrs. Bertha Beck,
Mrs. Jack Waters of Tall- last week on spring vacation. Mrs. Pearce visited Mr. and Sherrle Wilson Mrs. Maude
ahassee and daughters,Suzanne Mrs. S. W. Simmons in.Fort McCall, Miss Linda Colson,
Ford of Nashville, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Grad- Lauderdale. Lamar E. Griffls, Kelly Dyal,
Frances Ford of Montgomery, dick of Sumatra were week- Joseph E. Cox, Mrs. SarahR. New
Ala. and Mrs. Bessie Faxon end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Morr- Brown and Mrs. Ruby Johns,
and daughter Donna, and Mr. J. T. Lawson. They all visit- ison Mr. and Mrs.Rupert Mor- all of Starke; Mrs. Feda Scott
and Mrs. W. E. Faxon of Gainesville ed friends and relatives in Au- rison and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Camp Blandlng;Lamar John- If Chevrolet doesn'tmake
were Saturday visitorsof burndale on Sunday. Morrison of Leesburg and fam- son and Mrs. Corine Corbett,
Mrs. Vergle FlyruO ilies visited Mr. and Mrs.Hen- Lawtey; Mrs. Susan Dobbs and
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jacksonof ry Morrison on Sunday. Ronda Dobbs, Ralford; Mrs. Chevrolet what you want
Mrs. N.L. Woodburn spent the Madison, N.J. spent the first Marie T. Johns, Earlton; GuIlford ,
weekend with her soninlawand of the week with Mr. and Mrs.M. Mr. and Mrs. W. 'F. Swin- Arnold Lake Butler.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Baldwin Sr. yer of Keystone Heights were maybe what you want
Keith Reeves and family In Monday luncheon guests of Mr.
Winter Park. Miss Bobbie Sue Barksdale, and Mrs. W H Nollman. Byron Terwlllega of the College
a junior as FSU, is o one this of Charleston S. C. will just isn't a car.It
.
week on spring vacation.,; Next
Mrs. E. F. miles spent the attend the Camden Cup Polo
Mrs. Mary E. Linderman and week she will go to New York weekend with Mr. and Mrs. races In Camden S. C. this
Doyle Linderman of Gainesvillewere City to attend the National Art Billy Miles and family in Val- weekend and will be home next;
Saturday visitors of Mr. Education Association convention dosta, Ga. week on spring vacation.\ seems clear that if you're in the market
and Mrs. M. L. Proctor. March 29 to April 6. _
Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and Percy Gore of Palatka Mrs. for any new car, there ought to be a Chevroletto

Mrs. Martha Moore was visit- Mr, and Mrs. J. G. Jackson family of Merritt Island spent Margie Xrumine of Waldo and please you. After all, over the years
ing Mrs. turns Long In Orange gave a birthday dinner last the weekend with their parents, Mrs. Amanda Hillyer of Melrose Chevrolet has pleased more people than any
Park over the weekend. Thursday night for their Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae
!have .been admitted to the.
other car in the world. We it this
daughter-in-law Mrs. Sidney and Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Har- say way-
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk Jackson at their home on Ep ley. Dr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- Starke Nursing Home. "Putting you first, keeps us first."
visited Mrs. Frances Stone in person Street. Twelve mem- Rae Jr. and family of Lake City Mrs. Gertrude Xauffman and
Kingsland, Ga. on Sunday. bers of the family attended..c were also Sunday visitors of the :Mrs. Jerri Dtsprow .were in

senior McRaes. Tampa. and New Port iRlchey
"'
). last Thursday and Friday. "
.,
Mrs. Arthur Loudon and daughter r.

4< Mrs. Marvin Barnhart ot 'I '1P

WIN A Miami were In Marion Ala.
Saturday to Tuesday to visit
1. .. PICK UP A -
:Mrs. Loudon's mother Mrs. N.

W.Thames, who Is seriously 111. PICKUPDURING
95
BRAND NEW $229 ,

Curtis Edwards, former restaurant -
ZIG-ZAG' manager of the Starke OUR

\ and Lake City Holiday Inns,
SEWING MACHINE was recently promoted 'to genes SPRINGSAVING
tal manager and transferred to
Work this Contest and Win Prizes!! Northeast Holiday Inn In Meri -

OVER $5,000 IN PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY dian. Miss. Mrs. Edwards and
(fin Merchandise rtlfcates, ) family of Lake City will Join SCENE
.
ENTER THIS CONTEST
:Mr. Edwards the last of April.
1ST PRIZE I
jjj iw AND WINI
.... ,,_,
-
".90 L '' ': .' 1ST PRIZE Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwille- more style is boldly evident on Chevy's light-duty
( gar Jr., David Silcox and Mr.
J _h hood and massive aluminum
truck te.im. New long new
.4"" <' A Brand New $229.95 and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr. were
'
; (;;; { DRESSMAKER ZIGZAG among those attending the OJO grille highlight the bold look on 69 Chevy pickups.

t ":,<.;;.
:!
: 2ND PRIZES
\ ,..> Staff Sgt. John M. Miller re-
:. 150.00 Certifi turned this week to Join his
$ Discount
.
.-?..,....
<' !tIa. cates. These are good toward family) here after a. year's service -
: "
rmr. { .
.
? ., ." f
t. <: with the .Air Force In Viet
it".3 __ '" the purchase of -theJF' MORE TRUCKS ARE CHEVROLETS
.
nam. Alter a leave of several
229.95 DRESSMAKER Sewing
:.tP".J ........ :.' ''':f'JT; weeks he will be reassigned to CHEVROLET
I .'., "f'".<:;.,;"#/'.i ?,>f:;?%d ft,..::TY-'t1.>;'A'f' Machine. Sheppard AFB, Wichita Falls, BECAUSE CHEVROLET IS MORE TRUCK
.
yVR,>W.y ,,v,.,&. ; ", u 3RD PRIZES 2-Adu| stable Texas.
'
s' "";' <'.x.$,'.;..'r.j"/.,.,. : Dress Forms.
:{ / .. : /r" ................. 4TH PRIZESTransistor
,/,.
Radios. Altar Society

5TH PRIZES ,- Pair Pinking To Meet April 9
..A4.A>'1 tP ll,AAt..J,4.A, rt11 N.Jt.+t.hN,1 .A li Shears.

St. Edwards Altar Society will BRING IN THE OUT-OF-TOWN AD THAT
UnScRAMBlE THE wORDs CONTESTNo meet In the Parish Hall on .

Wednesday April at 7:30: p.m.

Obligation Nothing To Buy! It's Easy... It's Fun! (!The slate of new officers will be
presented at this time.All ladles SUITS YOU BEST ANDWE'LL

of the parish are invited to
Simply Unscramble The Words attend.


And Mail Today! SEfftVICE SCHEDULE

CATHOLIC Churches IT TOO !
receive' a f ISO.00 Discount Certificate DO
'All I
entries become the property
All l winners will be notified
CONTEST RULES prize
of CITY ,SEWING Kansas. MACHINE CO.Marysvllle .. by mall ST. EDWARD'S Starke:
1. Any resident of the United States, 4. Only one entry permitted from Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and
may enter except employees and 3. Entries must be postmarked no each contestant.. Use official entry 9:15: a.m.Thursday .
suppliers of CITY SEWING MACHINE later than a days from the receipt blank below or you may use a 3" X
CO. Marywllle, Ks, and their of this entry. So hurry, mall today! 5" piece of plain paper Mass, 6:30 p.m.
immediate families. The operation of Winners of the Sewing Machine Mleaculous Medal Novena:
this contest shall be subject to and Adjustable Dress Forms, Transistor 5. Decision of the judges Is final.
In conformity with all federal state Radios and Pinking Shears will be 6. No representative will call or Saturday 7 p.m.
and local laws, ordinances, decisions selected by drawing from among all come to your home. Winners will be
and regulations. correct entries. Other entries will notified by mall. ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone

_ Form----------- Heights
- Entry r
I Sunday Mass, 9 a.m.

Florida Enter the "SMART MONEY"PUZZLE i 7 Wednesday p.m. Mas A Novena


ENTRY FORM WIN PRIZES! 1 ST. MARY'S Macclenny:

AND I Sunday Mass, 11:30 a.m.

Unscramble These Words-Hint: I .
DON'T WAITI ENTER TODAYI :, f o F
They All Pertain to Sewing I IWESN01.

.EMDN..OOMRMNOA. . . . .. tUTCIC. i THE BRADFORD

NRETTAP. . .. ... . ... COUNTY TELEGRAPH:

AMSE.CTISTH.OEBTUHTNIOMH . .. . . r- PublItJ. ) every Thursdayat U. S. 301 North Phone 964-7500
138 W. Call Street
.. .. .. .UOTTBN..IMATEARI..I' Star Ice. Florida 32091 STARKE
FLORIDA"Sooner
LEN ED!. .SROSSICS.. .. . .. .. .. .. .. 3 ,
i Second clan postage ptldat
Starke. Florida.
NAME I aI
Subscription Rate I

ADDRESS ;I m In trade area: $$.CO per or Later Your Favorite Dealer"
months.
12.75.Ix
year;
CITY STATE Outside trade area: $3.80

MAIL TO-Cily Sawing Machine Co., 818. Broadway, Marytvllla, K*. 66508 I II per year; 13.00 six months

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Program h 1 I Baby Day Is Busy At Clinic 1 1By I



:*: )t /
Linda Slab and Is, open for general care and
; :the trouble a nurses aide.
:Continued From Page One she's had she can'tafford During 1967 the Health De- also for care of the handicap-
This team
Mothers and mothers-to-foe it now. covers 10 clinics partment handled 808 office
And on Wednesday after-
state.will be adhered to. Her husband is "In Ralford. A In the 13 county area, visiting ped.
JOys are standing, sitting walking visits for maternity service: people come In for Im
4) Must have cleared up all Jamming the waiting rooms and !bunch of men got to gambling each clinic: once a week.It 1,289 clinlo or office visits for noons munizations.The .
financial obligations, such as the halls. Cries of Infants and and drinking and he killed a to interesting to note that family planning services and
clinics are only a portionof
.4y *' there has not been
textbooks and library books man. a mid-wife child
children can be heard all over 1,449 office visits for the work done by the Bradford -
with the school. % ( the building.A Other women speaking above delivery In Bradford County (health services.' .
The awards will be since 1965. And with the County Health Department.Other .
following the noise help of
and shrieks from the local
I door :Is closed to one of the Clinic Is also held at / areas. of work will be
to the the MIC team,
presented outstanding examining roms and children who are getting their quality of medical health department on Wednesdays

students of each department: :i quietly asks the secretary a nurse to shots get at, tell the of Health the good Department.care they more.care .has Improved even In the mornings the clinic covered time and by space The permit.Telegraph as

call
ambulance.
an One ;young .
English, social studiesmath, "The" doctors have time to talk
woman, seven months pregnant
foreign language, band science, to you. too" one comments.On .
D. C. T: home economicsdriver's :Is seeking medical care for the
this
I Is particular
first time and it's just in the Mondayafternoon
education,physical education
vocational agriculture. nick of time. She is sent to the there are 27 patients : {
the -
seeking maternity and familY -
Medical Center in .
Business training, student ; p Gainesville. $
planning services and 14
librarian, art, yearbook, student
council, cheerleadervarsity This la the Bradford County seeking pediatric care.
and Jr. Varsity. Health Department, 329 N. Bradford' County has had a

Majorette, chorus school ( ie ieB 'r Church Street on Monday after: maternity and well baby clinic
spirit, citizenship honor stu- b P1E.. r noon. It's the day the Maternity for as long as Dr. A Y. Coving- Our Fashion Flatter in
ients, leadership. Clinic Is held; it's also the day ton, director of the Bradford-
Each Other for "well babies..'. Clay-Union Health Departments ; all the new Spring Col44 -
Like
All-around Athlete They Although the clinic Is open to has been here, about 22 years. .
academic
i
and Fabrics
Athlete, Interact club, honor all people, as are all the services ; For 20 of these 22 years Dr. ors

society, F. H. A. F. F. A., Judith Anne Ford and small youngsters seemed to take to of the Health. Department, Covtngton and his staff !have
science club, highest academic each other during: Miss America's appearance at the Bradford the staff urges those who can shouldered the burden' by them-
student for the year-- Major County Fair and Springtime Festival last week. Here Susan afford It to go to a private selves. Now they're receiving a? ale Easter Dresses : ;
physician.One help from the MIC (Maternity .
Award. Hall 2, and sister! Nancy, I, take to Judl. Infant Clinic) program sponsored

The following businesses, The youngsters are the grandchildren of Mac Baldwin local woman cradling a six- by the Children's Bureau of
clubs, organizations, and Indlv- Chevrolet-Oldsmoblle dealer, who sponsored Miss America the Department For All
: the Fair. the ,social worker "He sure ucation and Welfare, and by the excitement.this .
was worth all the trouble.' State Board of Health.: fashion
Hercules Inc., DuPont, Bradford is .
She explains to this reporter, Working on the MIC projectIn pump Dacron Knits

Hurst Lodge Shell Service./35 F. and A. M., Services Friday w. W. 1 Vets, as she cuddles and caresses the the northeast part of Floridaare \ SMOOTH. *. Arnel & Volls .I '

Starke Nursing Home Town sleeping baby, that she has two an obsterlclan from the SCULPTURED
Finance Co. "at Starke,,Brad- For Jake Sapp To Meet FridayAt older girls and that It sure is a Medical Center In Gainesville BEAUTIFUL i.* Dacron and Cotton
ford County Farm Bureau, At Union ChurchJake Joy to have this boy. She wentto a pediatrician who Is attached
Sheer and Linens
Keystone Hts. to the ,1
Baldwin's Chevrolet Olds, private physicians with her project a nutritionist, asocial
Inc. Sapp 88. lifelong :resident other two children. but with all worker, a traveling nurse

of Bradford County, died)
World War 1
of Dr.Starke H. ,H.Starling Adams,,Farm Slade Sup-Gas ,Tuesday In a Starke hospital. meet Friday, Mar.Veterans 28! 2 p.m.will at Charles Thornton he helped move his Injured com- The Misses Can Choose From Many Brands.
When other
after an extended 111ne.s.s.Mr. rade to safety.
ply Florida Bank at Starke, the Keystone Heights Lesion Wins Silver Star .'
needed Immediate
Sapp was born In Bradford Home. causaltles Such .4.:
Friends of the
Store Library, Inc. Stump'sDeparment County 'on March 11, 1881, The meeting Is being held 'In Vietnam first aid, Thornton continually

Bradford County Telegraph, the son of the late Henry S. and there again because of ample exposed himself he moved to the murderous Stacy Ames Bleeker Street Toni! Todd -
fire as throughout -
Inc., Charley E. Johns Agency, Martha Hires Sapp. He was a room for :Auxiliary, Veterans his unit's position to help Alison Ayres Cobbs-Corner Carol G. -
Bradford Masonic Lodge, :retired farmer and a memberof and friends. Specialist 4 Charles E. his comrades. Ills heroism Mia Stage J.ad'I.aura Berkshire & others.
Starke; Shrine Club. Leila's the Union Primitive Baptist Thornton, 19, son of Mr. and
Dress & Gift Shop, Community Church. District 9 meeting will be Mrs. Clyde Thornton of Raif- under fire for was the directly saving of responsible sev-- The Junior May Select From:

( State Bank of Starke. Surviving are his wife, Vicie held In Gainesville April 13 at ord, recently received the Silver eral lives. Ills gallant action -

Bradford County Fair Association Norman Sapp of Starke; tea 2 p.m. at the Senior Center action Star medal while for engaged gallantryin in is In keeping with the high- Cr .tully ihipxilo Bobby Brooks Vicki Vaughn Kelly Arden -

Bradford Seeber County Goodman Hos- daughters, Mrs. P. D. Reddish, 510 N. E. 2nd Ave. for electionof ground operations against a est traditions of the military your c; fool with Tammy Andrews California Girl & many others
pital Auziliary, D. -
Mrs. Carlton Chastain, Mrs. district; officers. service, and reflects great credit tit ill lo lh.r l lind mine
City Barber Shop, Amer- hostile force in Vietnam. .
ican Raleigh Conner. Mrs. Leroy All Veterans and wives are Specialist Thornton Is an infantryman upon himself, his unit, and .le.k tapllni \

I.egion Post,#JonesLongfordWhite 56, Chamber of- Norman and Mrs.( William Til- Invited. Gordon E. Baker, Commander in the 1st Battalion, the U. S. Army. Only It tl 1h rnibl.ltichtne. btck Select Your Easter Clothes For

Commerce. ley, all of Starke; Mrs. Richard Bks. 3455. 8th Cavalry, 1st Cavalry Div. of tht tho. J

Ray, iKnoxvllle, ,Tenn.: 'Mrs. (Airmobile). LAWTEY WSCS CIRCLETO Boys and Girls at Eagles

Garden Restaurant, First Morgan Heath and Mrs. Louise The citation accompanying the HAVE BAKE SALE
Sanderson, both of Fort' Lauder. Silver Star stated that Spec- '
Federal
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ocation of Starke, State Farm dale; Mrs. Dewey Warren and with Elder. O. M. Yarbroughand ialist Thornton"...distinguished The AbbIe Harley Circle of Hand Bags In A Dress
Insurance Mrs. Pete Reyes, both of Jacksonville himself by exceptionally val By
Agency, County Elder B. H. Rawls lofflclat- Grace Methodist Church, Law-
Judge.E. ; three eons, Eldon, ing. Interment will follow In orous action on Nov. 23 1968 tey, will sponsor a bake sale WITH a
while medical aid-
M. Lewis Timber Co., Felix, and J. C. Sapp:! all of Crosby Lake Cemetery under serving as a in front of Waters Store in Law- -
Southern Discount Co., Starke Starke; a half brother, Everett the direction of Dewitt C. Jones troy man mission during a in search Vietnam.and When des- tey, Saturday morning startingat \\ SHOES CinderellaTO
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children. Allen Sapp, John A. {Reddish ated mine, Thornton exposed ,
Drug Store
EugeneF. Funeral services 'will ,be held himself to the hostile fire as BY t Lace Trim Slips and
Shaw Steve Reyes, Junior) (Norman,
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Mother Daughter, Win Most .
Conner Warns Rural !


Blue Ribbons At 1969 FairColor tt ...... .! To Beware of Strange PeddlersResidents

t 4 of unincorporated Most operate just on the fringeof
Florida communities, as well the law and many "hit a
them blue. Not unhappy As for her cooking. "I've been ; as those who live In subdivisions community and run" with pro-
blue but blue ribbon ,blue for., cooking since I could stand at "r just outside municipal ceeds gleaned during an inten-
these are the people whose projects the stove .because we always ''f.. limits, are fair game for all sive few-day campaign In which
were Judged tops at Brad. bad to help at home." 1r. wx sorts of "come-on" operationsof the householder loses his money
lord County's 19th Annual Fair. Mrs. GcIwln won her ribbons --- unscrupulous salesmen, Co- because the bargain product

A for: blueberry muffins, cookies mmissioner of Agriculture never appears Conner pointedout.
mother-daughter team were pecan pie, girl's dress (2-9 Doyle Conner warns. .
first 'and second In the numberof I No
matter how often house-
) "It would behoove cachet us
girl's
years dress ((7-M yeans),
blues received. Mrs. lAiclle holders are advised and alerted
to be more alert to the per-
playsuit ((2-4 )
years lady's< suit,
Godwin walked with 11 about that mysterious
away house college son who telephones us at homeor
blue ribbons, three In the Foods dress, man's shirt coat student working his way through office, knocks at our house
table cloth and doll dres .
Department and eight In the school selling magazines the door or rings our doorbell,
Needlework .division.. Her mother Mrs. Johnson picked up her pollster seeking Information or sends material through the
,Mrs. 'Lola Johnson, received blue ribbons for pear rings, about the family for an alleged mail, because if the caller or
three in the foods. division & oatmeal cake: Teddy bear cake commercial operation new In writer Is a stranger, he couldbe
'our in the sewing division. baby's sacque place mats, cross the area, the telephone call obtaining money from us
stitch pillow, and crewel embroidered promoting a product -- it Is under false pretense," Conner
Mrs. Godwin says she's :been bag. w all the same, Conner said. said.

sewing for about 20 years.) The' Other blue ribbon/ winners "Sooner or later, a friend,
first time she made a dress she 'were: a relative, a co-worker, or a

just went out and bought .a Food Department Mrs. :Ben UlGfdE r aThe neighbor gets 'taken' by one FJ !
pattern and material! and started Baker, string beans; Mrs. Ben r. t'c of these salesmen whose sales
sewing. That was shortly! Baker, pitches are designed to make \ .
pears; Mrs. Viola Ander. '
Harbinger, winner of the 89 Fair Talent Show, are you think they the
after she was married. Of are 'good
sweet
coursq son
pickles; Mrs. D. H. Rosier, Crosby, Mark MUner Carol' Hardy
((1-r) Patty Jimmy guys In white hats', he said.
she bad done Quite a bit of Crawford, sweet relish; Mrs.
Greg Nichols Don Hardy, And Debra Padgett. "Don't buy his story unlesshe
heming and similar work
at Ben Baker, fig preserves; Mrs. shows credentials from a
home. But mostly( .she said she Phyllis Price, strawberry ,Jam: local official," Conner continued -
learned by the trial and error !Mrs. Vascoe Hagen, grape Jelly: ; The .
system. Mrs. Phyllis Price, collection ol Harbingers Win Talent ShowA Various counties and cities

......................................................................................................................... In the state, have regulations
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group The Harbin CMllner, Greg NIchols Don Hardy Sad Tail" "Broken Record Boogie A total of 150 in prize money per-
gars, composed of three girls and Jimmy Crosby. mits, Conner said, but magazine -
and
"Mr. B's Boogie. was presented to the winners.
What better time, what better gift... and four boys capped winner's The :Harbingers have been invited The Senior Division was composed -. and other sales campaignsare T
being
promoted
title of the annual Talent Show to perform at the Atlanta The Quadettes (Jan Searle. of grades 9.12, Middle state by use of throughoutthe wide area / f4
of the Bradford County ;fair Dogwood Festival April 1748. Joy Saxon,
Nancy Lott. and Division >grades 6-8. and Ele- telephone service (WATS) lines
WORLD BIBLEat and North Florida Springtime The group is busy now tryingto Cheryl Ann McClellan) >and La- mentary Division grades 15. so that the unscrupulous operators o
a Festival last Thursday, March: raise $400 to finance the four- tain Herres .tied for first placein can avoid detection by

20.The day trip. the Middle Division. Miss Country not obtaining the necessary DRESSY KNIT--Kitten-soft
Easter group sang "I've Got They competed in the Senior Herres did a dance to "Tho StyleJamboree sales permits. cotton lisle knit in a pastel
Peace Like A River," and Division of the Talent Show roughly Modern Millie" and The The Department of Agricul- paisley creates special dress
"What Color Is God's Skin?" EllzabeUAnn Scott won first Quartettes sang "If I Had A ture's Office of Consumer Ser- for Muirhead.Maid By of Eloise Cotton Curtis Cathy of

Members are! Patty Rosier Debra place in the Elementary DIvision Hammer," and "The Green Ends FairA vices, has received numerous David Styne it falls gently over -
Prevatt Carol Hardy' Mark with a piano medley of "A Berets." Inquiries from throughout the the silhouette cinching the
CountryWesternDay-Jam- state concerning all aspects of waist with a wide midriff in.
three jellies, apple, grape, ,gua; Mrs. Billie iGassett. ceramics.: Randy Brown, singing "Fol- boree staged by "Country Bill" these sales methods. set. Bands of jewels encrust
va; 'Mrs. Phyllis!. Price, ciiiuvanmon Arts and Crafts (junior divi- eom Prison. Blues" and "Why Davis of St. Simon's Island, Ga. the neck and cuffs.

balls; Mrs. Blllle Gassett, sion) Eddie Cardenas, water, I Love The Country," an orig- concluded the final day of activities -
(German coffee cake; Mrs. .Jack color; Sherry Pfisswater, pastel;; Saturday at the 1969
inal), took second in the
place
... ie Burch Martha Washington Kay Limehouse) pencil: Peter \Senior Division. There! was a Bradford Festival.County Fair and Ii : Rudd Gas Water Heaters
Creams; and Mrs. Hamilton. !Novak, metal 'and leather craft; Springtime
tie for third between Willie
place The New River of Lake
strawberry Needlework jewels Division;. Mrs. Harper Bryan ,Stanley novelty, sculpture; Phillip ;Jada.Glen Ester Davis, a singer and Butler won first Boys place among t. heats water 3 times faster!
The Bradford
Boys, a singing the audltloners. Second place
W. H. Edwards, ladles sweater; novelty Julie Griffis novelty
; ;
trio composed of Mike Tew.Wayne Sun
Mrs. H. K. Tyus child's dress winners were the Valley : Rivers Of Hot Water At
; Dawn Gassett, ceramics: (stained Bennett, and Jimmy Al- Rangers of Lawtey. t
(Mrs. H. K. Tyus, afghan; Mrs. ); and Anita Green, ceramics varez. winner Miss '
Third
Nita McRae, suit of sweater, place was a LOW.
KINO JAMES VERSION (glazed) Linda Shaw of Starke. Fourth v LOW COST
pants bat; Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, Senior Youth grades 10-12) winners were The Florida ,
place
Second place in the elementary ,
booties; Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, Division Mary Anr Pittman. Crocodiles of Gainesville

A thoughtful gesture, a treasured gift.World Bibles are beautifully Afghan; Mrs. Nita McRae rug; school dress; Harriet Young, Leod Division who did went a :baton to Susan twirling Mc- The Harris Sisters were fifth f1; Pay For It From Your

printed, superbly bound..in editions suitable for all. Choose from Mrs. Ben Baker, lady's street skirt; Debbie Hill, Jumper; routine "Winchester Oathed- and Gary Griffls of Starke was Utility Savings
dress; Mrs. T. ,W. Baker, fancy Debbie Hill, two-piece pants tiJ
our wide selection of young folks', students', personal, brides' and ral." Third place went to'Ron'nle'Norman. sixth. !
'apron; Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, dress; Shirley Cchens! two-piece
large nrint Bibles..priced from S3.2S to 512.7 with a piano medley "Country Bill" is a talent WATER HEATER INSTALLED -
work apron; Mrs. Flora Kibby, pants suit; Claudett. Peterson,
lady's blouse; Mrs. R. W. Bran. knitted Shoes.Horticulture. "Old Abe Lincoln" and "The scout who expressed real plea- WITH GAS ONLY $77.
nen .pillow cases. ; and Mrs. J. (potted plants) Silver Skates." sure and surprise in the abund- -

BULLINGTON'SPhotography G. Caldwell decorative pillow; Mrs. R. F. Young six blue ribbons ance and quality of the talent
Rent it for
Per
Arts and Crafts (senior division PJiipsMis, orchid C-Guate- There was no second. placeIn entered for the auditions, according only $2.00 Month
to Fair Manager Pete
) Claude Morgan, sculp. matensls, cactus C-Monstruosls, the Middle Division due to Novak. CALL NOW
'ture; Dawn Lamb, novelty; Joe fern, Verbenla, Dutch Iris; Mrs. the first place tie. Third !place Professionals appearing on
CAMERAS JEWELRY GIFTS Hannibal, oil painting: Joe Viola Anderson Bpiscla; Mrs. 'Went to the dancing group ot the show were The Fabulous 332 MADISON
Kauffman,water color Joe Hannibal Donna Crawford, Peggy Crawford SLADE GAS
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t (pencil or.pen) painting; Laudy Prater, Cymbldum. iasae. and "Red" Hollingsworth of

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.i 4 Arraigned In Theft > -_. 't- March 31 Deadline For Some '


To Sock Medical Insurance ,_' \ _

,:/f.
Of Auto TransmissionFour should .constder
that a person
From now through March 31 In Medicare.The .
will be the last chance some about enrolling is matched I+ ,
f fr they pay
will have to sign up premium
persons were arraigned Also appearing for arraignment people Insurance by a payment from the government
for the supplemental
morning In at Plea Tuesday that the govern-
Tuesday charges Day so
bill") of Medicare -
("doctor part
centering around the theft of were George Jackson Hamilton, T. C. Watson, Bradford ment Is sharing the cost of the rSmith-
the transmission from tn automobile 17 of 436 N, Walnut St.. who Is County Social Security Representative program. Also most comm- a ,
owned by Ron Sage, director charged with possession of reminded the over- ercial Insurance companies
of CUBB Economic Agen stolen property: and Alton 65 age group today. have policies which take Med-care
Boles of Rt 2. who is charged' Persons who did not elect of expenses not covered by
can
cy.Charged with grand larcenyare with (aggravated assault. Pre the medical' Insurance during an icare so that an enrollee coverage
Billy Kenneth Smith, IS. of liminary hearings will be set earlier period when they were get almost complete through
costs
615 Francis St.: David Earl for both cases. eligible to enroll may now do from his medical
supplemental
Williams 18, of 142 W. CaJ St.: The above defendants were a so. Those who enrolled for Medicare and the Additional ? -
and Luther Franklin Thomas, charged with felonies and it, In ,te the doctor bill Insurance but commercial policies. has
18, of 321 Butler Terrace. Judge Yawn's opinion the evi- let the protection expire when and Important under protection medical
Ball was set at $1,000 for each dence warrants, will be bound they failed to pay the premium been provided recent changesIn

of the defendants by Judge over to Circuit Court followingthe may also re-enroll now and get Insurance the law.by And finally, It Is
Theron A. Yawn. Preliminary preliminary hearings. Tda e y De this protection. that med-
necessary
hearings will be !Set at a later Nineteen persons charged Those who missed out on this no longer bills be paid before a RenamedOn
chance to take the doctor bill ical
date. with misdemeanors appeared at be filled by a pat-
claim can
Also charged in the case was Plea Day, Three persons William protection will not have a chance Ag CouncilFoster

Carlton Varnes 32, Rt. 2, who Harrison Avery, Barbara $ for another year. Those who lent.Mr.. Watson strongly urges
was charged with possession' of Ann Ledges Hughes and Robert wait three years past their who has not yet enrolled Shi Smith, of Starke
.stolen property. Bond was set Elwood Scott were fined $25 or ti S .c a t r y? 'Jyy chance to sign up for this Insurance anyone to contact the social sec- has been reappointed as a member -
at $2,500 and the case was three days for not having In. will not be able to getIt urity office If they have any of the Florida Departmentof
transferred to Circuit Court. spection stickers on their: ve- at all. For some people questions about the coverageor Agriculture's Advisory
Sage's 1964 Pontiac LeMans !hicles. tJJ v 3 this three years will be up how to enroll. The office Council for a two year term
was parked In 'the rear of Bald Two persons pled guilty to < before the open enrollment per- Is located at 136 N. Temple by Commissioner of Agriculture
iod In 1970 and this
means Smith
win Chevrolet when the :having inadequate Insufficient Starke, and Is open Doyle Conner. rep-
theft or Strawberry/Plants Covered During Tests at UF they must enroll by March 31 Avenue In resents the forestry Industryon
and Thursday
occurred.In life
saving devices In their each Monday
won't be able to
or they enroll Council.'
addition to the charge of boats. Sidney D. Newman and a tall.There morning. the 11-member

grand larceny, somas :is Sam C Taylor were fined $25 Foam May Protect are a number of points.
charged with breaking and en- or three days. In addition, ( .
tering into Toble O'Neal's Shell Newman was fined $20 or three
Station with intent to commita days for not having a fishing r SAVE
misdemeanor. He requested a license. Tender Winter CropsA RegistrationIn

preliminary: hearing in this case Four defendants appeared to
also and bail was set at 1000. answer to charges of worthless ProgressAt A Fist Full Of
blanket of foam resembling Agrlfoam. as it Is called, has & j
UF Institute of Food Agriculture
a giant serving of whipped been tested in Canada for two SFJC
said of the
Sciences use
cream may provide Florida years, and has the approval of
foam protection systems Green Stuff
new That
growers with a 'mew ray to pro- that country's food and drug Early Registration for the ,
tect their vegetable crops from administration. Similar approval would be limited to small acre Spring Term (Term IV) at San-

ROSIER freezing temperatures.The Is being sought from the U. ages in Florida. Tender crops ta Fe Junior College began AT
S. Food & Drug Administration like strawberries! seedling tomatoes Monday, March 17, and will 1
new system, demonstrated peppers watermelons, continue through March 27.
so the product can be marketedIn $
recently at the Universityof this country. cantaloupes, squash, and cucumbers Daytime hours for early registration NasworthyPHILCO
MONUMENT COMPANYVisit Florida's Agricultural Exper- would be protectedwith are 8:30: to 11:30: a.m.
iment Station in Gainesville, The foam lasts about two this system he said. and 1 to 4 p.m. Monday thr-
consists of a mobile pressurized days before it starts disintegrating ough Friday
Us At Our New Location generator which forces foam and it has kept the tem- Early Registration will also
Cost of the foam Is figured at
through, large tubes and nozzlesby perature around plants at 35 degrees : be conducted In the evening ; AI41L
301 S. Walnut St. Across From Food Fair compressed air. Nozzle size F. or above, despite all- less while than cost one cent per will gallon from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thurs-
and shape can be changed as :night readings as low as 18 de per acre vary day, March 20, and Wednes-
different according to the type of crop day, March 26, for those stu-
needed to cover grees. The foam will also withstand -
NURSERY SPECIALSOn plants including row crops and light to moderate winds to be protected. Less foam dents unable to register during L gPIg1
would be required to protect
the
fruit-bearing trees. The foam Is when properly applied. daytime periods.
( Same Lot As!Monument: Co.) said to be safe, and no harm- young tomato plants for Instance Appointments can be madein SAti
than Is required for Room 114 at the
ful effects have been noted Mason Marvel, associate veg- College's
ROSES Patented & Non-Patented after repeated applications. etable crops specialists with the strawberries West Center ((723 W. Univer-
ALL COLORS sity Avenue) or by phoning the
378.5311 extension 46, i iI
TO PA
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checks. All were ordered to J iJ
NOTICE make restitution. and were Comedy Fills The Bill NicelyAt #
fined: Sam McCuther, two people, In theory, but Is baffled II 1 .rlc
Exerpted From Agricultural Research Report Published charges, $25 or 10 for each Florida And 301 Drive-In by the slip of 4 young girl who I I WHY
by the University of Florida. charge; Billy Demps. two Is daughter In "The Impossible j

charges $25 and 10 for each Years" playing Friday Saturday ,
"Florida gardeners have long been discouraged by the fact Flaying the mother of a
Kay- and Sunday, March 29-31
charge; John E. Hall $15 or In the Disney production More
Pay
that roses just don't seem to well In state. The multl-parentcd pro g e n y
grow our three days; and Melton J. GrSf- ley Mills! portrays a set of at the 301 Drive-In. Lola Albright 1
Agricultural Experimental Station responded to the problem' fls, $25 or three days. beautiful Gina Lollo rig1da, It- twins, herself and herself, who Is the mother and In the
with a project to fI.d: a rootstock which would Increase the Other cases at Plea Day aly's instant identity symbol, plot to see her parents remarried movie version of the broadway ,
life and growth of roses In Florida. Various root systemswere were: Johnnie B. Snell speeding has her first! go at comedy with Brian Keith Is the father play which kept audiences Reg. PHILCO FM-AM RaSALE

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James R, Brooks speeding $35 Campbell. Sunday, Monday high standards, for an stock car racing which makes
than other used In grafting the test plants. Plants
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and Tuesday. March! 30-31 and .
or three days: Richard Elliott hour of family fun. the double bill.PAYROLL UPTO
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third annual Strawberry For the final round, on Sun, ton also receive a beautiful j&'i& for 10 hits Tor- big catches of long drives and the Tornadoes committed fiveerrors

Golf Tournament will get underwaY day players compete against engraved trophy. ., r ,, jj nado baseballer edged Live Oak left fielder Mike Smith nabbeda while getting only. one
at 9 a.m. Friday, March others In their respective scoring Last year's event, which at 7-6 In a road game last Sat hot liner down the line to hit.

28, when golf professionals ranges. Both day's scores fracted 80 entrants, was won bar) ,,; urday March 22.Centerrielder. save Qie Tornadoes. Bradford High begins a three
:Ray Merrill' of Gainesville. A Gene Melvin Orange Park topped! the Tornadoes home stand
winners game tomorrow
from this area tee off with their are used to determine ; .k,' !'! I'\i\"!
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amateur partners. the Fro- of merchandise prizes In each capacity field of 96 entrants ,,'I .. r '1f!l"J' banged a 430-foot triple to drive 8-2 Tuesday night on the meet against Palatka. They
Am event. flight. The tournament champ- expected this year. .'. ".d"' \Ir \ 'I; across the typing run In the Raiders' home field. BMShurl- Lake City Saturday and
'. ; fifth Inning,then scored the winning er Larry Tanner, the victimof St, Augustine next Tuesday.
eight teams
Twenty were
"Y'tify\; run on a wild pitch. fielding miscues, gave up Gametime each night is 7:30.
entered at press time dozen ; ; \
a
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five runs in the first three inn- All are conference games.
more. are expected. Runners Set 2 Marks p' It was the first game the Tor- ings. Graudons hurled two inn
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In this f', event each pro la ;::':;; nadoes have won this season ings of relief and freshman LIVE OAK GAME BL

teamed( with three amateurs, .. against six losses. The 10 hits Larry Brown came on to finish A.Bl: H. .
set '
who play their respective Bradford High runners broke ,The old school mark was : '
SS
were almost as many as the up. Hewitt -- 4 2 0
Handicaps. Low score of the two school records, Imeof them last year :by Tim Murphey. : BUS nine had gotten the entire The bright spot for the Tornadoes M. Smith LF- 3 2 1

foursome counts for the team twice, running In the Fletcher Bobby Dodd Ben Moxtey, and / season up to Saturday. was their six hits and R. Smith, CJ. -. 3 0 0

on each !hole. Winning pros receive Relay Carnival and the Lee Lowrey at 22::08.0. BHS batting continued to im- Brown, P,4 1 2
cash prizes: their partn Relays in Jacksonville with The second record to fall was Jumping off to a two run lead prove. Jimmy Temple had a M. Graudon, P--2 1 0
ers receive merchandise prizes Class AA schools. the shuttle hurdle relay in ( In the top of the first Tor- bases loaded single to drive Waters, RF-t 2 0 0

from the pro shop which each man runs the 120- I > nado gave Live Oak a hint in the only Tornado runs. 'Melvin, CF.2 I. 1
A new four mile[ relay BHS ... : '1r tI of what to come. Mike Five BUS hits and two runs .
A buffet-social hour will follow yard :Ihlgli' hurdles. Jimmy An '' :'''''' was Dyal, 2 B- 3 1 0
.
mark established last Fri ., '':' K"17"t" : .. led with to in the first three innings bro-
was Hewitt a single center -
this event for participants.First (IRonn.teGrlgllS .. r TemplelB--
drews, (Tim JMurphey;: /.. n 1 0
with '- ,. .. ..5Or: Mike Smith walked and a Orange Park ace Ar-
day Reggie Flynn Kenny ught on
of the 36-hole in- Rlherd, 3B.2
vatlon tournament round will be play Prevatt, Ray Lowry, and Ricky \ and mark Scottie at 1:10.7: Smith at the set ..- ,... -.. .. > .,.. : .',.". double steal put the two run- nold Braden who !in the open- 1- 2-

Frick turned in a time of 21:15.7: the new ners on second and third bases. ing 1969 game hurled a no- 29
ed Saturday, March 29. This >Is :Tuesday. The old' 10 7
Lee Relays
hitter against BI1S. Braden
strictly an amateur event In at Fletcher.The same team lowered Heads
mark was 111.2: by Smith Dugger got the win for Orange Park
which players establish their that mark still further to Catcher Robbie Smith poppedout ORANGE PARK GAME
Plen
Orlgga, Jay Wade, and but BITS bats met some of his
level, or "Flight" in the match 20:44.0: at Lee Hlg'.i: School this, ot the Bulldog pitcher. But slammed A.B. N. R.B.I.
pitches. Tommy Talley
with their first day's score. Tuesday. Onann. clean-up batter Johnnie Brown 0 0
SS
The two relay teams placedsixth to a sharp single off Braden. Hewitt 4
with a single
through
New/ Prison Unit came M. Smith, LF3 1 0
The ball rolled all the
---------------- 'at both Fletcher end Lee. center to drive In Hewitt and 0 0
to left field fence but Tal Waters, RF.I

I tI I II won the only according places to the Coach Tornadoes George It was somewhat like "com- neva area, although the bulk Smith.Live Oak came back In the ley way stretch was into thrown a double.out trying to Talley,3BI Rlherd, 3B-- 2 1 0 0 0

I odelu4 I Loper. ing back home" for LawrenceE. are from Bradford and Union bottom of the second with added five Palatka shut out the Torna- J. Brown RF3 1 0

The Tornadoes are headed for Dugger when he took over Counties.At runs on three hits and does 10-0 last Melvin, RF2 1 0

I ... A.. I II the Florida Relays this Satur in February as superintendentof present the new center New another run In the third to lead one hitter Johnny Friday Brown's on a Tanner, P'Graudons .- 2 1 0

I r5)h 1I t tI day. March 29. Runners who the new Reception and Med- has about 730 inmates.of about l 62.But BHS single saved BUS from a complete P-. I 0 0
Division ones arrive at the rate the fourth inning saw
"' have qualified for the big meet ical Center of the Florida water haul. Graudons :Dyal, 2B-- 2 0 0
IIn t of Corrections in Union 85 per week, and remain at the come back. Melvin walked hall 2B-- 1 0 0
.
I are Scottle Smith, high hurdles: center from five tosevenweeksbefore and Greg Dyal singled to center started for BHS but left with[
C : 0 0
County.Mr. R. Smith 1
Tim Murphey, high Jump; the the bases loaded !In the sec- -
his being sent on to the various Jimmy Temple forced .
Dugger is starting on Temple, IB 3 1 2
880-yard, mile And two-m11e1) relay Institutions. and Melvin took ond inning. Brown came on
: correctional Dyal at second
: Bud & Bloom- thirty-third year with the Florida to strike out the last man and Eiland. CF.0. 0 0
teams. Union cen-
having While at the County third base. '
prison system -
2 Gal. Cans The 880-yard> relay team will .started his career at the Raif ter they undergo complete ev- Greg Rlherd then doubled to get the Tornadoes out of that 26- 6 2
But he
walked
I t .tie Wayne Bennett, Bryant Turner ord prison on April 2, 1937 uatlon tests and orientationto leftfleld to score Melvin and jam. seven and
: Dr. Huey Root Stock and Clarence determine their deficienciesand Temple. Hewitt grounded out
,t t tt Hugh Stephens, as postal clerk. He was subsequently -
Slade. The team turned In advanced to the Records capabilities before being and Rlherd took third. Then

t t its best time of the year Fridayat Department, and later sent on to the institution best with two out Mike Smith bang- NOW
.
It served as Classifications Officer suited to their needs. ed the second Tornado doubleof
Fletcher at 1:35.9: though
All convicted male felons are the inning to drive In Rlherd.
and Administrative Ass-
TROPICAL : did not place In the meet. now processed at the Union That left the Tornadoes down
: the
istant to Superintendent.
59 The mile relay' team. ,going to He was serving as Assistant County center. Women prisoners 6-5 and set the stage for Mel- NATIONWIDE
Gainesville; Saturday 'will be Superintendent when transfer are processed at the vin's big hit in the fifth frame.

I. FISH composed of four boys : Jimmy .Andrews, lAllen Batz. Correctional Institution at The new reception center was Mark Graudons pitched four
Each Buddy Trawick, and Marsh- Bushnell, Superintendent.( He opened September 30, ]1968 and innings in relief for the Tornadoes Guarantees Renewalon

.1 SUPPLIES I II man Reddish. remained there until receiving is still in the process of con and picked up the win.
I I The .two mile relay team this his latest assignment as struction. A bachelors' quar- He allowed but two hits, fan
I ters to house 18 male employees ned four, and had tight con-
I Saturday will come from among Superintendent to the new prison Car Home Health
has just been completed, trol as he refused to issuea and
Ricky Frick, Arthur Williams! complex near Lake Butler ,
I and it is hoped to open a new free pass to the Bulldogs.
Ray Lowry, Reggie Flynn Al- dormitory[ for another 96 Inmates The tight relief performancecame
1 I glen Patz, and Baddy Trawick. With a payroll of approximately within the next 30 days after Graudons had pitched Life Insurance
PEAT $ i Next Tuesday the Tornadoes $75,000 per month, the Construction is also starting four Innings against Pal-

3 BAGS !I ''will meet conference opponent Reception and Medical Center on 21 houses for civilian em- atka the night before.

I Palatka here in a dual contest! plays an important part. in the ployees and their families. "It was as fine a job of

: .The meet will be run under the economy of the area. App- Work has also started on relief pitching as anybody has Across The Board

I t I lights If they are up :by that roximately 167 persons are now the construction of the 144- done this season," Coach De-
Coach Ixjper Other. employed there, with 197 positions bed hospital, which is sche- wey McKinney said of Grau- .
time says For many years Nationwide has provided
II I wise it will begin at 4 p.m. It authorized. Supt Dug duled for completion by July don's performance. guaranteed
1 1t ger said that the biggest short- started against : renewal on Life and Health insurance. Now,
: 1970 When completed, Johnnie Brown
6ttd& operation
'P4 would be the first time the Tornadoes
( O V iiI I is in tower officers where 15 will offer
I \ i + will have run: a meet at age of the hospital will require the Bulldogs but wasn't January we as a matter of company
needed at the
t fj4a.. CNf. I/ Arti fro.I 1 1t night. present 16 more time.men are Employees come larger staff, and Supt. sharp, giving up all six Live policy an important new family security first by
said that the center
both Auto
Dugger Oak runs. adding and Homeowners Protection to
Next Tuesday, .April 3, they from within a radius of 60
I I had requested 95 more employees Live Oak started a freshman
t Phone/964-574S 535 S.JB CallSt. to Jacksonville for the miles, with some commutingfrom our guaranteed renewal service.
,.. _JI 'trill go for the second half of the pitcher against the Tornadoes.But .
I'lee Invitational t> begin at 4 Jacksonville, Gainesville, present biennium. after the two runs in the This means your Auto and Homeowners protection
--- ------------- Pin Lake City; and the Lake Ge- Total cost of the Deception second William Morrell came will be guaranteed renewable for five years

And Medical Center, Includingboth on but gave up five runs to'' ifter each policy is in effect for 60 days. It Is

phases, is 7000000. the hot BUS bats. not complicated.
Sup!. Dugger is residing at Coach McKInney praised the
the Raiford prison until living Tornado outfield for their play First, of course, you must have valid licenses

quarters are completed at against Live Oak. Centerfield- for each driver in your household to renew auto

the new center. er Melvin came up with two protection.

Second, in both Auto and Homeowners, you need

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If you axe not an MD and
Mrs. Gassetf WinnerOf Stalnaker Cited GoGardening can't transplant hearts, then

As Outstanding \idLers have a heart and transplant::
over-crowded: ornamentals (before
Young AmericanAir they choke each other fodoath.
2 Sweepstakes Ribbons .

Here'are a few pointers: about

Yes By Linda Staab "At first I was hesitant to try By Btervey Bn&rpe! IransplantlASf to remember,
Judges pinned sweepstake h\ it because I'm not a real coffee There is a definite relationship
ribbons! on .six Items entered at Dover" Mrs. Gassett told The between transplanting and pruning
Festival and Bradford County kept writing and Insisting miniskirts: Bay that pedalpushers should be done carefully. _
(Fair.' j' that It was good and Mrs. Oas- r2r we garments that call bring
salt finally decided to try It out natural beauty. So take. The root l8ystem'of al11a(plant
These ribbons Indicated that one morning. She's been using this tip and begin pushing for should approximate the !top in
tom"
the Items! were "best of show" It for about two years and saidIt azalea :petals II :you 'want to (volume; therefore the tope of
In each of the six divisions (ex- has never failed her. adorn your garden 'with natural plants should be reduced In most
eluding livestock) at the fair. beauty. cases. ,
So here's the recipe.: Maybeyou'd s
The. cold weather of the past Conifers are the exception -
Mrs. Billie Gassett two .
won like to try it one morning
weeks have cut short the they need not be pruned.
of the big ribbons may
one In Uia< When the percalator has 1ft e 4fh
supply of pedals. Therefore Bare-rooted. plants are hardestto
Hoods (
Department (German cups of coffee left In It.
coffee cake) and one In the senior plan now to display the ones that make live when shifted to anew >
division of Arts and Crafts % pound butter or margarine did survive by preventing azalea. (location. Balled and bur:
y'I ( a stained ceramic conquistador Mrs. Gassett usually uses flower-spot. This beauty-killing lapped plants usually suffer very
6 f ). half and half) fungus can reduce a. magnificent little In the transplanting! process
2% cups sugar display of blossoms Into .and It Is almost Impossibleto
Sweepstake ribbons also wentto .4 eggs, separated! a slimy mush almost overnight have anything :but a .green
Mrs. H. K. Tyus. Needle- .4 cups flour thumb' if you transplants shrub
Tom Edwards shows off his grand champion Black Angus The first sign of the disease '
work division, afghan; Kay 1H CUPS coffee, medium :from !pot or a can.
heifer named oustandinc animal at the 1969 Bradford' County Umehouse Arts and Crafts strength Controlman fat Class is .small water-soaked spots on Regardless of the type (f :root
Fair Cattle Show.Tom (Junior division. the flower petals says Dr. R. be bare. to
) for her pencil 3 teaspoons cinnamon James Guy Stalnaker whoso with theAgricultural system you plant,
drawing of Ed Alma 2 S. Mullin, pathologist: settle these underground pants
; Mary tablespoons cocoa wife Is the former Elizabeth Extension .Service.
Edwards Wins Ann Pittman Senior Youth Division -teaspoons baking powder Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Then a day later, the blossoms with a soaklng-good supply of
for her school % water.
dress teaspoon ground cloves Mrs. J. G. Jackson of Starke of slime.
Into )
and to Mrs. Viola Anderson! I teaspoon vanilla: flavoring has been named an "Outstand collapse mass The planting schedule also

Horticulture, for her potted 1. dash of salt ing Young Man of America" by You can prevent the fungus Includes roses 'When planted in
69 Fair Cattle ShowTom Episcia. which Is a member of Cream the butter and sugar, the Outstanding Americans from ravaging your blossoms January, rose bushes will not
the African Violet family. /(beat In yolks sprout generally until after frost
egg
Mrs. Billie Gassett explains add all remaining Foundation.An :with a spray: (program, of thlramcf ;
ingredients/ except the instructor In the ACA zlneb. Begin the spray applications dangers Mrs. Gassett she's been how to make her prize
Edwards. 17-year-old) son at the University. of Florida, using the recipe says for the coffee German coffee winning egg whites and beat well. Fold School at the Naval Air Tech- when the early varieties- rose sprouts may get! nipped
judged the cattle show last Wednesday cake.: In stiffly beaten during. periods) of low :.tempera.
of Mr. anc Mrs. Maurice Edwards cake for about two years. Although egg whites. nical Training Center Glynco, begin to show color. Repeat the
Jr., showed the outstanding ; night. it's a German cake the Bake In /creased tube pan (large Ga., Stalnaker was one of four ',spray three times a week during :tures.
the Bradford got the recipe from size) in 350 degr oven for Water newly planted roses at
beef exhibit at recipe came to Mrs. another one men at the base who were color season.If
Gassett viaJapan.
AU 34 entries In the 1969 "01 wife" when hour. (Chopped least once a week if rainfall Is
County Fair and North Florida Her father is In the they were In walnuts pecans Judged as having distinguished
Springtime Ff"stlvallast week. show won either red or blue and Mrs. Gassett'g mother service or raistns may be added.) themselves! :In one or more you are thinking about' short and be !ready to spray or
ribbons.( Jackson and Asst. fields of endeavor to the pointof buying :some camellias now Is dust control black spot diseases

A Black Angus heifer from County Agent Bobby Taylor .. being outstanding. He will the (time to select the varieties as soon as the bushes sprout.To .
the Edwards Angus Farm won both thought the quality for the Japan.NEWS F I be included in a 1969 biographical you want while they are In control this fungus; disease
the most outstanding of the high ribbons was .present. Vo-Tech Center NEW BOOKS compilation featuring accomplishments bloom. To flee the flowers at that shows up -as ,black
show end 'a Black Angus bull The cattle show turned Into Value StressedIn ABOUTSERVICE of approximate: their Sunday best visit a camel- on rose teat margins try one i
showed by young Tom was the AT THE LIBRARYrnrrrtrsrssnssssssn ly 5.000 young men of out lia show and make a list of the ounce of Capton along with a I
mostly a youth show, Taylor
Rotary TalkThe few drops of wetting agent. In
grand champion bull. standing rank throughout thecountry. varieties that strike your fancy. a
said, with only one grown .up en- MENenflSflSSflSSSflSr Then it will be easier :to make four, ,gallons of water. (Apply the !i iSIPl'ay

It was an Angus dominated tering an animal. Important part being Stalnaker has been active In up :your mind on what to buy at seven-day Intervals

show as Walter Prevail, son of Ten heifer calves from the played by the! Bradford-Union ADULT-FICTION various youth and church organizations iwnen' you visit the nursery. rarien black: spot is present. I
Mr. 'and Mrs. Emory (Big Boy) last Calf Scramble and six from Vocational Technical Training Outer Dark-McCarthy; Black] while: at Navy Glyn

Prevatt won reserve grand cha- the scramble over a year ego Center In preparing adults Easter-Bllsh: Power Of Dark- co. He organized and directed -
mpion honors with a heifer and were shown at the 1969 Fair. and young people of the area: ness Adams; When. Michael the successful Protestant Youth
bull from his farm. for skilled jobs was described Calls-Farrls; Who Stole Sa&slManoon Camp last summer, Is a volun- SEE
Ricky Tomlinson showed the Blue ribbon winners for cattle by Ted Oglesby director of the ? West Lake; Young teer member of the Teen Club's
grand champion Hereford heifer exhibitors were Joseph Starl- center In a talk at the Rotary Vargls! Lewis Pearsall; The Military Advisory Board, teaches -
and Joey Bennett had the reserve ing Gene Melvin Travis Wynn, Club Wednesday. Winding Stair Hodge; The a junior high Sunday{ School
grand champion la the Walter Prevatt, Lonzo Starling, Oglesby said that more than Name Of The Game Is Murder class: and is serving this yearas
Hereford Division Tom Edwards, Buddy Sapp 750 adults have enrolled in Y Y LF Aslnof; I Want It Now-Amis; president of the Glynco Lit- Bill CarnleyMOORE
Ricky Tomlinson, Gerald Rosier, courses!! at the center since last The Pl'lsonSlmenon; This Is tie League.He .
Buddy Sapp had the grand Mike Bryan, Jimmy Alvarez, June 30. Students and adults The Castle-Freeling. and lila wife and their five
Champion Charolaise bull. Bradford FFA chapters Robert from four counties are receiving children have resided at the

Dr. Bill Jackson, assistant Rosier, Joey Bennett Larry training there he said ADULT-NON-FICTION Naval' Air Station near Brunswick AT
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'taken at the center. The New Adult
Brooker, recently graduatedfrom Guide To Independent
HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS Dedication ceremonies' for basic training at the CoastGuard Living Margolius; _
the new center will be held at Recruit Training Center Coming Of Age In Mississippi- tIKKY.i .
CRUTCHES 2:30: p.m. Sunday April 20, with Cape May N. Y. Moody; The Best' Short Plays
Dr. Carl W. Proehl, assistant He successfully completed a 1968-Richard: The Frank Mur
superintendent for Vocational- rigid eight-week training pro- phy Story-Murphy; Sir Philip

Technical and Adult Education, gram designed to transform him Sidney Knight; Science For AIR CONDITION TUNE-UP
with the State Department, as from a civilian into a trained Airplane Passenger-Wood; The -
the main speaker, Oglesby an- Coast Guardsman. As a grad- Blocks From The White House
nounced. uate he may apply for advan- Gilbert; Teaching Montessori FRONT END BRAKE SERVICE
Earlier in the Rotary pro- ced training in one of the many In The Home-Hainstock.

Award gram the was presented club's Herdsmen's to Joseph, the occupational) Coast Guard fields or required may be as-by JUVENILE FICTION hehasn't We Give S & H Green StampsjiEAR

.r Starling of Lawtey, one of the signed to a unit operating In The Tiger Who Came To Tea "Ah good-at least
Calf Scramble winners who exhibited the U. S, or) overseas. -Kerr; HubbaHubbaCollins: turned blue-he's" a
his steer at the recent Out I Out! Out I Alexander; definite purple!
County Fair. Starling was introduced 2nd Lt. Franklin L. Starling, Over In The MeadowLang-
by Emory M. (BIg son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. staff: Ironhead-Ellis; The Boy .
Boy) Prevatt. who was chair Starling, of Starke has completed Who Made A Million-Of fit; A
r man of the livestock exhibitsat an ordnance officer basic Million Guitars -Boles; Edgar
the Fair. Prevatt said there course at the Army Ordnance Allen-Newfield; The Little Pig
were 32 entries In the Youth School Aberdeen Proving In The Cupboard Buckley;
Division of livestock at the Ground Maryland. During the Akavak- Houston; Night Nois '
Fair, which he said was the course lie received nine weeksof es-Johnson; Albert The Dragon -
best to date. Robert Rosier was training In the ordnance mission : And The Centaur Weir; GREAT
runner-up in the Herdsmen of) supplying and main :Fishes- Wildsmith: The Alpha-
Contest) taining the Army's weapons\ and bet Book-Peppe. 0m
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March 27. 1969
;' ,; ".'"'1 ,J:, our city, the police departmentand process still Isn't working.The jumping the gun and organizIng mouth", criticizing various

Dear Mr. Matthews: the Bradford County Fair opposition to every new things without having all the

Association. Constructive crit- same letter writer's"re- idea without ever being willing facts at his or l.er disposal.
: f The time hal come for me icism Is a fine thing but des- collection" of various sums to try something new. On

\ to make a decision relative to tructive criticism should also of money appropriated to pro- March 17, St. Patrick's Day. As for me, I apologize to no
my personal future and that be willing to not only offera mote Bradford County; from both Dr. A, Y. Covington "speaks man without reason. U, the
of my family. suggested alternative but also the City of Starke and the up" as an authority express- new employment created here'
Rug And A RaiseComes be willing to help Implement County were far from accurate. ing concern over a proposednew since I arrived in 1963 is reason
Today at lunchtime In a meet execute the alternative plan. He Inferred that while 20 to 25 plant. Industry has the then I do apologize to the!

ing with the Executive Committee people husbands, wives and "right" to look whereever it 400 plus people, for forcing'
of our Chamber of Com- in the nearly six years that I children worked voluntarily to chooses In selecting sites for employment opportunltes upon

merce, held during Chamberof have made Bradford County my oppose the "Job Corps" all location. Bradford County has them.
now the Information that the Commerce Week, I tendered home I do not remember a single Chamber officials Develop not yet adopted nor Implemented -
Florida House of Representatives has be a full-time occupation under the law. my resignation as Execut- time that the writer of the ment Authority officials and zoning controls. Industry Those persons'Who have dislike -

purchased When that time comes then a drastic ive Vice President of the now famous "horse manure"letters others who supported the effort must make application to the for me, can now assumeall
some $10,000 worth of rich reduction in the number of legislatorsis Starke Bradford County has ever come forth did so because they received Florida State Board of HealthIt of the voluntary effort thatI
carpeting and draperies for its Chamber of Commerce. and volunteered his servicesto assumed even though I was
new In Order. When such a drastic re- pay. He also used the if is to receive approvalfor
quarters Tallahassee without the duction is made and outside employ- this community. He was figure of $18,000 spent on the the construction of a plant. not required to. They can assume -
I did so for several reasons. given the right to speak up I For the the responsibility for
formality calling for Job Corps effort. can now record, the proposednew
competitive '
bid- ment is forbidden, then perhaps the and speak be did. seeking new Industry and
The most important of which up personally tell you that it Just Industry has not yet pur- they
ding.A time has come to talk about such a Is the preservation of my rights On Feb. 16th of 1967 another wasn't the truth. He accused chased property and will not can assume the voluntary man-

small matter, perhaps in the figure as $18,000."Although of citizenship.I "famous" letter writer (now people of being blinded by the do so before It has fulfilled agement of our Bradford County
over- since elected to public office love of "$$$" and being willing every state requirement but Fair.
all cost of state government, but it it is true that the Legis- have always advocated the possible through his Jettewrit- to sacrifice the welfareof Dr. Covington and Jack Tra-

somehow seems a bad precedent for lature has increased its work load on right of each citizen to speakup lug ability) grossly attackedthe children and Bradford County wick have already, without With pride, I challenge themto

the State Legislature to be setting in one hand by going to annual sessions, for his or her personal free Chamber of Commerce during citizens for dollars. All this knowing what they are talking do the Job as well as have I.

this time of burgeoning costs of it should have decreased drastically its ,dom, but, while serving as Executive its effort to improve city, was designed to get him elected about, started rumors that an If I sound bitter, it is becauseI
state Vice -President of your I did not office offensive be locating have deprived my familyof
work local matters through home government. respondwith : to public on a"Hate" industry will -
government, and when taxpayers have on Chamber of Commerce I have my personal views then, campaign and the rac- here. Why weren't they my responsibilities of beinga
reportedly about reached the point of rule provisions of the new Constitu. often found it necessary to deny but I do so now. He spokeup ial issues. It did. If my policing the", poultry industry so husband and a father. I
open revolt. tion. These local matters have been, myself this same right in order for his freedom, I now speakup information is correct Mr. that the fly problem would not have put my community aheadof
in the past, the most time consuming that the general public not misunderstand for mine. Bryan, our letter writer,agreedto have reached the serious stageof them but I shall continue to

The rug and drapery episode Is part portion of the individual lawmaker's that my personal) serve voluntarily In several today? do this no longer.

of a nearly $100,000 agenda. views were not always the viewsof The citizens of the City of capacities, but his "record" Industry is necessary to the
: of remodeling pro- the Chamber Board of Gov- Starke are entitled to and havea shows that he almost always well being of Bradford County. I do feel regret because I
gram' the Florida house chamber, "Perhaps home rule will enable a ernors. right to expect a full time quits, and quitting doesn't require Every year we lose more'of will miss working with some

which is still considerably less than drastic reduction in the size: of the Leg- Chief of Police and a full time any talent.It our young adults from our exceptionally fine people, who
the quarter ota million dollars lavishedon islature since without local bill prob- Now that I have tendered my City Clerk. They did not havea county simply because we do not do have the welfare of the com-
the offices of Governor resignation as the Chamber's full time man In either pos- is also interesting to me have the employment opportunities munity at heart. I hope that
Claude Kirk. lems a arge number of counties in a Executive VicePresident, I ition before the Chamber's sug- to note that nationally the trend here. We also need to my resignation may cause many

The blood-red, thick house chamber Legislative district will not work as wish to be accorded the same gestion to Improve city govern now appears to be shifting from further broaden the tax base Individuals to Join the Chamberof

carpet cost $7,426.50 including much of a hardship on either lawmakeror privilege extended by you to ment. Three years later they opposition to the controversialJob by locating new industry, In order Commerce. Just to lend support
installa.
,
tion constituent."The other letter writers of the past. still do not have a full time Corps, to support. Effective to provide more tax moneyto to Its Board of Gover-
-at $12.90 a yard-'a nice piece of Again, let me repeat, my views Chief of Police nor a full time results are beginning pay the salaries c*profess- nors who really need to know

business for the Jacksonville decoratorswho real core of the issue, however, herein expressed are my per- City Clerk. One runs a body to show up. I noticed in last ionals like Covingt ,n and Tra- that the average citizen cares.Sincerely.

got the job without having to bid. is not the $3 million annually that an sonal views and not the voiceof shop and the other frequently Thursday's issue of The Tele- wtck.

$18,000 salary for legislators would cost the Chamber of Commerce.In runs a Tom's Peanut route. graph, that five local boys have ,

Taxpayers will view such practices the state. It even deeper. This As a result of the effort to signed up for Job Corps train- The whole point to this letteris
with a jaundiced eye, especially comingat goes speaking up for freedom "change things" a better relationship ing. Two have already been that I have never once madea Peter J. NovakP.
this time when members of the move would logically set off an outcry today. I speak up for the rightof now exists at City; sent to a Job Corps training single recommendation to the
House from every full-time public official In every citizen to be heard. Hall. I compliment the Clerk center in North Dakota. Chamber Board of Governors S. -- I had decided to
are talking about paying themselves the state who is not making $18,000 a In at least five letters to the and the Council. Anew"chief"" without full exploration and Investigation submit my resignation well

$18,000 a year- $12,000 salary, year-and there are a host of these editor written by the same man, was elected by the electorate, I could go on and become Involved of a potential Industry over a month ago, but held

and $6,000'expenses.In for a raise to at least this amount. This there was severe, unjust crit- however I am given to under- in personality differences nor have I ever con- off In order to complete: my
icism of the Chamber of Com- stand that the department per- but rather than do that demmed something without the commitment for our 1969 Fair,
commenting on the proposed salary would be difficult for the lawmakers to merce as well as the Brad- .gpnnel problems Include dls- 1 offer Just one final comment same kind of examination. Yet, which has brought our county

increase, the Florida; TimesUnionsaid refuse. ford Roping Club, the women of sention and unhappiness so it about people expressing views. hardly a day has gone by that more publicity than anything

: "Further, at each step where the Starke, the pubJTc officials of appears that the "elective" I'm sick and tired of people someone hasn't "shot off his yet done before

lawmakers would be inclined to preachor
"If it takes $18,000 a year for each
of the 167 lawmakers to get and keepa practice economy, the specter of theil'own

first-class legislature, we have serious raise to $18,000 would haunt and FARMER'SThere ,....... .. DIARY 1 it's a woman's
their efforts.
doubts that Florida can afford a impede rr :

first class legislature."It "We know of the sacrifice that mostof was a wide variety of (" mare. We were not about the livestock at the Fair last week
have made
the legislators over $25 night for place to rest
is true that Florida is ninth in a a
ranging in size from the little"biddtea"
We believe that compensationshould ". old and headed downto
the population scale among the 50 years. In the FFA prize- our bones
be increased, but we would like ,Indian Rook Beach and Just
states, but that fact alone does not ,winning exhibit all the way up McCain
Sue
Martha
to hear the and cons before tryingto when it looked as though we'd By:
pros :i
the
mean that it can afford such a high- to that big old elephant on Extension
endorse definite figure. have to sleep on the beach, 'County
a
priced Legislature. A more pertinent midway. We're not sure U :you 1
I collegiate style found a Home Economics AgentOne
.wa we
statistic is the one which puts Florida "We do not believe that the State of can refer to elephonts in that cottage we could afford, and It
but the big rascal was en-
,
way
29th among the states in capita afford to should raise
per Florida can or < much 'rwaa right on the Gulf
his hay just as
income. That is the economic base from the salaries of its legislators to $18,000a Joying of the most festive spring or veal. Or mix left overcooked
as the cattle In the livestock: .
dishes and the easiest to
:which a salary increase would come. year, especially with all the other pre- begetables with raw
pavllllon. right by pare is baked ham. Almostall
Furthermore, It was fresh such chopped
such raise ones, as
"There may come a time when beinga economic consequences' a By Sam McGarvey O'Neill Restaurant, and member of Florida's Legislature will would bring/ And bow about the way It bappy to report that this place are labeled either "fully cook- green pepper, shredded
"
Quit raining -and the sun came food and that the ed" or "cook before eating." cabbage. If leftovers make a

.,y... j...,. ., ,. -I=." ..........,...... ._-i.'.. ..r.sr. out just as the Fair was' about serves prices are good reasonable. ''We bad To roast a ham preheat the dull salad, put extra zip In the
to get under way! The fair him that the first step is to find oysters on the Ibalf shell good oven to 325 degrees. Put It dressing. To a dressing for a

grounds were soaking wet after about 30 or 40 dedicated persons steak (Junior portions to fit our fat side up on a rack in a fruit salad add a little lemonor
lour days of rain but thatcombination wining ,to work and that if appetites) along with the shallow roasting pan. If the other fruit Juice. If it's a
of wind' and sun Jaded ham you buy is a half or a
Service Or Gain? went to work and from that they work together results will salad and other trimmings and quarter cut, roast it with the meat bit of or relish vegetable, snappy salad cheese adda ,
become apparent.Over .
soon still within are-. cut side
time on the puddles dried up the bill was down. You don't needto or diced cucumber to a cook-

and the fair officials managedto pie weekend. Alice and (porter's! means.. .' before remove the rind It's from ham ed dressing, or drop a cut
roasting. easier
heave a sign of rellff. went down to Clearwaterto pickedup when the ham garlic clove into a French
gam While on the trip we is hot. Glazea dressing a day or two before
guidelines on wage and price increasesin see a spring training base- some citrus fruit" and hope ham about half an hour before Leftover vegetables
68 using.
the exhibits
that
The traditional concept of public life private industry or the lower levelsof We thought the Fair were tremendous ball exhibition game (between that It will not be as bad as the the end of the cooking per meat, fish or chicken may
In this country has rested on service public service?" at showed how the Phillies and the Boston Red graptfrudt and oranges we have iod. Remove rind before glazIng be creamed or used with a
rather than financial gain. and that they Sox. We can report that we !bad purchased In this area. One If a ham is labeled fully tasty sauce. For a quick and
progressedwithin
has (
far our Fair cooked heat it to an inter-
wonderful time and saw an M of tomato
a understand 'easy sauce, use a can -
In As It changed : thing we can't nal
addition to the recent
whopping salary years. temperature of 130 degrees
This concept has come under heavy from merely a exciting game In which the greatuYaz" why with all the fruit we sawon and or mushroom soup. If
increase, so-called "fringe benefits" are In character homer and in you'll enhance: the flavor. the leftover is a bit skimpy,
fire from time to time the midway and hit a all the groves down south Cured ham
on theory another story. U. S. News & World carnival with a blasted Phllly pitching.And that's labeled"cook a hard-cooked egg may stretchit
general prices
high
that often the most capable personsare nothing much else, attendance why we are soaked before eating" should be roastto -
in to serving size.
the
Report, summarizing financialside to top elf the weekend, we ot
which J la obviously an Internal
-
that happened citrus
temperature of
when for
in effect barred from public office climbed and
of a congressional career observes commercial exhibitors be- bad dinner at !the; famous Kapok. cull variety. 160 degrees. You'll]] find cook- CHIVE STUFFED EGGS
for financial reasons they cannot that the "fringes" of a Senator can total interested and bight :Inn, which Is well worth seeing. Ing directions on the cured ham Cut six hard-cooked eggs

afford to run for elective jobs that pay more than $400,000 annually, and came more In .. word wrapper or container. Follow lengthwise in halves; remove

so little money. By contrast, the "public $150,000 for a member of the House. I booth succeeds epace.like: succe+sa. Incldentty, we arrived at As former farmers we dou. them. yolks. To the yolks add 1
service" school of thought has feared nothing. Clearwater Bead tffrlday! night, mind paying good prices for GOURMENTSALAD cup cottage cheese, 1 tablespoon
would dull and look agricultural products, but what older person frozen chopped chives, 3 table-
that high salaries the sense from Levy without reservations on If you're an
The trend It is felt We met man
present by a
of high service that heretofore has many, who said he wanted Information ing for a place to bed down for ,burns us up is to pay a high: cooking for one or two, left- spoons herry, 2 tablespoons
is going beyond the simple objectiveof County But mayonnaise 1 teaspoon each
Into some price for citrus fruit, and then overs may be a problem.
we supposedly led individuals into public how .to get something the night,
on Worcestershlre and
easing the "financial sacrifice" of Bradford County. prices that Jolted !poor old Seattch find out that the stuff J Is not fit you can use leftovers, largeor sauce prepared -
life. like the into mustard salt and
variety ; pepper
holding public office. One thing Is told flnlnclal night: to eat. small, to put
We : Sam into a.
there.
started over to taste blend well. Fill
Fair meal. For example, ;
certain. Many will be attracted to the another

Whatever the merits of these arguments job of congressman simply fOI the mo salads may be and all ends.the better Topa tapruthra ana mixture additional; sprinkle chi
odds
they are beside the point now. ney. And if this is the primary consideration if tossed you use salad with cut strips ves. Chill thoroughly before

At the Federal level and increasingly how sincere will they be in Remember. of leftover ham. chicken pork. aervtnK.

at the State the emoluments of dealing with the problems of a nation --

pubiic office have elevated many po- whose citizens live far lower on the 25YearsAg< -- r I 1

sitions to the rank of big business. economic hog than the "public ser ; w 11

vants" they have elected to office. Will

This is true of the U. S. Congress. these public servants, whose, perquisites By Alice McGarvey other than these officers were: Pfc. and Mrs. OdIs Lowmanof -- --

where salaries and "fringe benefits" protect them to a large extent from the During the war year 1944 De Witt Jones, L. D. Vlnlng, Ft. Sill, Okla. visited Mrs.

, have reached a level that seem unj'usti- Impact of inflation, be able to under- all Ute fund and salvage drives Nat Sternberg, E. L. Matthews Alfred, Lowman's parents, Mr. and

: Pied to many voters and taxpayers at a stand the grim reality of rising costs took on special Importance: especially Joesph P. Strozdas E. Wilson, Arch Capt.J. Thomas, Mrs. R. L. Brown' of Ham t -

, time when private citizns: are being to an unsubsidized business, or to a the Red Cross drive MaJ. Louis A. Guessoz, Louis pton. UIiiiir
: the Jine against infla. because of Its significance In Sgt. W. C. Roden of California
asked to hold family whose savings are being under- the lives of service men. Shafldn, and Mrs. Marjorie was home in Theressa

: tion. mined steadily by high taxes and the Bradford County's quota of Carter. with his wife for a furlough. .

dwindling value of the dollar? $15,300 was $7.000 short at Thomas Triest of the U. S. -

: The Portland, Oregon Journal typifies the March 31 deadline but the - Coast Guard, stationed at Ma- oot I "'

: this feeling when it asks:: These are the kind of questions that failure was not the fault of A group of young married hattan Beach, N.Y., visited his : & :
School students parents Mr. and Mrs. S. E. ;- n-el&
Bradford High ,
: how can the Congressmen accept a 41 many thoughtful people will be askingin couples whose husbands were in -. ...
for behind the Triest of Theressa. -- 7t. ...
they got pro- ;
.
: per cent raise for themselves and then the future as the financial rewardsof with enthusiasm. The first service In this area formed a I _.-
ject social club the G_ "" '''''
to adopting name :'L. '
; lend credible moral or legal support public office continue to soar be- ten grades turned In a total "
, attemnts to set an inflation--curbing yond reasonable! ,limits of$436.81.At "The GI Jacks and Jills. Stamp Taxes By L nl'-Hamilton: of Southern Marine

an auditorium ceremony,, Total $1,385In
-
each class Its
and a representative presented told money Nat With the recent Increase in February; You're all ready for another season of boating fun, but

Sternberg, Red Cross chair- luxury taxes the price of the- how about your outboard motor? Now's the time to make
atre tickets went In this
,, man, how the money had been area to 40 cents: at up the Parkin State Documentry stamp sure it's ready to go on that first balmy Spring weekend.

I made. Some donated their the afternoon, and 44 centsin tax collections totaled $1,385 for The Evinrude folks, in the person of Bill Spaeth, man-

The Bradford County allowances some saved lunch the evening. Service men, Bradford County during February ager of engineering, recommend a 10-point check to make

-. money, others turned In the however, were charged only 40 down $100 from the same your tune-up task faster and easier. The entire projectshouldn't
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED quarters that had been allocatedfor month in 1968. according ,to a
( cents. Children's tickets were take more than an hour.
.i.it movies on Saturday after- report from State Comptroller,
taxed two cents bringing the Fouled spark plugs are often -
1879 ._.."' ctI-; .. noon. The second grade which price to the Immense sum of Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson. the cause of hard starting, Ifled marine dealers.
:'\, ';'- '" led the school in a recent Fourth 14 cents. All tickets for the Collections in Clay County rough Idling and excessive fuel yew lubricant should be
War Bond Drive, donated the$5 this Even if used in the lower
'. mid-night shows were 44 cents February totaled 3700. consumption. they unit gear
\
.m 0.9161. -F which was the prize for their Florida Theatre tickets were down considerably) from :the look all right, you can be sure case. If you thought ahead
achievement The Red Cross for the few it will last fall and have
MMeteFLORI 37 cents for matinee and 43 $4.907 collected In February. .. pennies already
In quietness and In trust Drive was extended In the hope 1968. Union cost to replace them. Check done this, it's smart to check
cents for with County's tax
student
A ESSASSO shall be your strength.Isa. that the quota would be met evenings, collections stamp the plug connectors for a snug for leakage. Be sure to use
tickets for the afternoon totaled $19420 this
In a few weeks. fit and wires for any signs of the lubricant recommended by
-( 30:15). at 26 cents and children 16 February
, compared to $SOS In fraying or deterioration. the manufacturer.
, T ONr When something makes us cents. Soldiers were admittedat February" 1968.Statewide Acetone or lacquer thinner Many fittings and connec-
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miserable, make use of the all shows for 37 cents. February. collections :will remove harmful, gummy tors also need once-a-year
power of affirmation. An af- The USO which operated Rita Theatre prices were: yielded $2,189/481 to pplng deposits from the fuel bowl. lubrication. Refer to yourowner's
a 32 for adults 26 for students collections The Alter should also be manual and follow
the
I firmation of truth sets canteen and service center preceding February
our at the guide prepared by the
and 16 If ,
for children. Bet the cleaned or, clogged re
by almost
thoughts and feelings in a new the corner of Temple Ave. and kids would like to turn back 13 per cnt. placed. Any fuel left in the service experts.If .
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher Washington St. In conjunctionwith Dickinson reported March 20, outboard has remote -.
I direction. We can make use of the calendar, but maybe not tank during storage should be your
. and entered Bcoo. the YMCA Dickinson said fiscal. controls: the
Published each Thursday as affirmations such as "Weshouldn't wan run loc- yew thrown away. Use a flashlightto remove
: CUff Matter at the Post Office: at Starke, Florida easy be because: God ally by an Operating Committ when they saw some of the pic- ,collections to date ahow. make sure the tank Is outer cover and inspect all
upset,
tures. documentary moving parts. They should be
H. V.
ee. Knight was named stamp clean.
under Act of March: 3rd, 1871.Subscription is in charge, and through Him chairman, Mrs C. A. Knight, nave receipts Tinkering with the carbu-: clean: well lubricated and free
in trade area: 1 year, $3.04; Outside we will be able to act intelligently vice-chairman and Rev. Char- - compared to $148mllllon for retor will often make a bad of corrosion.: Remote steering

trade area: 1 year, $5.50 and effectively to handle les H. Allen, treasurer. IIIe same eight situation worse. Unless you're cables should be properly ad-
any situation." Members of the committee Men In Service ((1944] > previous fiscal months la the well versed In this area, it's Justed and checked for signs
year. best left to the experts, qual- of wear.TELEGRAPH.
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By Dorothy Mill Contest RatingCompeting Your Prescription Tax Recordsare

Phone 4734518 Kept For You By Us

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In a contest lot Andrews DrugsFor ')

the first time in several year, S 1'\
HOPE BTPIST CHURCH tlhe Bradford High School Band Fast Delivery Dial 004-7170 111
School 10 a.m.:
Sunday marched away with a superior Ii'r
:aforning Woishii)> 11. Training
In concert and an excellent Jzt
Union 6:30: p.-n.; Evening sight reading.The C
Worship 7:15: : Wednesday evening -
district concert contestwas
Prayer Service 7:30.: With held Saturday March 15.to TV ATTACHMENT FOR '!

choir practice afterward.people and the P. K. Yongo auditoriumIn THE HARD OF HEARING .

Fifty-two young Church enjoyed : Gainesville. P I i n(." ..ni,.In...'..,. h>*rln. ( device I I. now belnff offered l 0 yev 1 people :
adults of Hope Although the superior rating with faded h...Ir. UckionvlUe, Hturlnf Aid S rv1< a evening of roller skating at D."I!>... If..ring Aiili\ Til wtll help |r.*Ur to reduce VIa etriln MHutcAinK
last Tuesday. qualifies the band to competsIn lo lour ')'.",.. mil TV pro.r."m" .. Tnii\ p.r.Oi llM/1 Amplifier' .
Lake Butler the state contest! Director CROPS POUl11 I I. ,...,*"' .." to make voj h*.r TV or radio much cetur without q
BIBLE CLUB Cassells that he will" .' Inrrciaed vol..",.. or jour money.. "" "k.
The New Life Bible Club for Shriners Sell Funny Bunnies'Members Dean says -.. FOR ESiRY .
not take the band to a state
students In grades 1-6. meets contest until he feels they're SPECIAL FULL PRICE ::
each Monday afternoon after $100 1
school in the mobile "ChildienV of the Starke Shrine Club were among the many: ready.lIe believes the band should Prize-Winning FFA ExhibitFedorlnJ' PURCHASE WHILE THEY LAST I '

Chapel" at Hope Baptist local clubs and civic groups manning concession at last time learning and w
spends Its poultry M well as other Bradford County agricultural .
Church. week's Fair and Springtime Festivals. The! Shrines did a "!aDd. Improving Its slghtreadlng *-'eo "ould. rrrlrr for purely: good will and economic rccioni that only
GET WELL WISHES products Is this prlze-wlnnlngr Future Farmers of I1. herd.,-".irlnf order UiU .U.chmenl.WltlTR. I
office" business In Funny Bunnies which few children could rather than polishing three J
The community's prayers and America exhibit: which took first place In toe Junior Educational
with Mrs. W.. resist. From left: AI Garner, club president; Charlie Dlnklns numbers for a contest "There'sno ('OIN: OK PIIONK JAX .15.1-4129: 1
wishes
good are Division.
In working them to
C. Loper who at this writing Is 2nd vice president; Julian. McRae, :as$ vice president' ; and sense _
It's longer
the point where no MAIL COUPON AND $1.00 TO 7JACKSONVLLE
a patient at Riverside Hospital Pete Fancner, member he commented. I
any fun. Vets Widows SKouId Examine : IIEARiNAID SERVICE 1
Jacksonville. that 1 I
also pointed out
Cassells 229 W. Adams' SI. Jax., Fla.
BIRTHDAY PARTY and punch. the BHS band Is a young band Pensions For More Benefits ialno
Monty Stfivie and Kenny PERSONALS Wainwright enjoyed a fishing with more than 60 per cent: of I Please ru"h .r.1. Attachments at $1.00 each. I

Stephens. Bobby and Brett Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall Jr. trip to St. Augustine Saturday Its members in the seventh ;each!: separate ease must be to Jan. 1. 1969. inrlndiInformjllon' on the latest In Dahlberg Hearliilt .
Smith GCOTBS' Payne Randy and family and Mr. and Mrs. evening.Mr. eighth and ninth grades and examined to determine :whethera Dixon invites all veterans and I Aids.Name I .

Promo Barry Broadway James Mar. Topsy Brown and family enjoyed and Mrs. J. D. Phillips only six who are seniors. veteran or widow receiving aVeterans widows to contact their local . . . . . .. . ... ....... ....... ;
Johnson! Wendell O'Steen a weiner roast at Black Visited her uncle and aunt. Mr. BUS will be represented: at Administration Veteran County Service Officer I I

tin! Hoi'spy! and Michael Railey Creek Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Harry Jeter at Hawthorne the state band contest on May slon should change pen.,to the Veterans Administration or Address . . . . .. . ........
or
joined: Eddie Dyal son of Mr. Mr and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan Sunday 1 saxaphone quartet composed can his office at P. O. Box 1437 St. :
at Ms by a 'ithe new pension! law according I I. Cltv State . f
James Dyal.
and Mrs. visited her sister. Mrs. W. C. Loper Sr.. Mack Loper of Mike White, Greg Gay Petersburg Fla. where trained _
to M. T. Dixon of the FloridaDepartment - -- -
home Saturday afternoon to Ruby Johns at Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bradley and Paul Faulkner and Juanita of Veterans Affairs. personnel are available to help
celebrate his seventh birthday Hospital In Starke Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Newsome Griffin who received a superior make a judgement.
(March 20.) Decorations were afternoon. and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Clover- :rating when the band participated Experience bus taught his --"
In a western motif and Eddie Mr.;. Tom Young of Tallahassee .settle visited Mrs. W. C. LoperSr. in the district solo and en- office Dixon says that a general .

and his friends enjoyed games. Is visiting her brother-in- at Riverside Hospital in semble contest earlier this affirmative or negative to .
party favors and refreshments law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.L. Jacksonville Saturday. month. whether a veteran or widow ..

of birthday! cake ice cream K. Chllds. this week. Receiving excellent ratings at should change !plans cannot be _
Tommy Russell and Marty Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Top- given. Each case Is different OVII r"
that contest Epps.
were: Kay
sey Brown and family Saturday Dixon says and whether benefits 21 MODELS ,
Pauline Peterson Nancy Gay
evening were Mr. and Mrs. would be higher .. S w.
and Daisy Coleman clarinet or lower. i n=rau%
Bert Matthews of Hawthorneand lend whether risk of future Increases ... ..
quartet; and Carol McKinney.
NOTICE
Elaine Bender. Nancy Sandi Morgan Sharon Kiland of Income ccnet worth
Roundtree and Melanie and would or would
not warrant
and Kay Lewis, flute quartet. QUALITY
"p1pn Hall of Gainesville. the change: can only be deter. CONSUUCIION .". .>
People of Bradford County T1..4 b.drwm COLUMBIA
IF YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE 10th GRADE : will be able to hear the band. mined working out each Indivi ::. III I ,
-M";: and Mrs E. S. Sibley and dual case. I :LQi ;
AND WOULD LIKE TO TAKE A COURSE IN Mrs. Sibley's sister Mrs. B. C. in about five weeks when It Since: another amended ._L -I .
pension
COSMETOLOGY: CONTACT THE BRADFORD- Powell spent Monday at Willis- gives a spring concert. Time law became effective :: I '
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January
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UNION VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CEN. ton with their cousins. Mr. and and date of the concert will be ; 1, a law that promises more IMMEDIATE ::: JI ail 7i7 411
announced! later.Services CO NS TI UCTION
Mrs. C. H. Youngblood. On pension :In most cases, Dixon _
TER FOR DETAILS. Thursday the Sibleys and Mrs. ways it is ,again time for everyveteran
.Powell visited a friend of many Held- and 'widow drawing pension 4 TIOOfllif@J@

PHON % 64-6150 years who spent her childhood For Mr. DowlingIn under the old law to take @)

here. Miss Debbie Phillips at another look: at their changesfor ONE STOP ,6fEAVICE

her Friday home morning.In Macclenny.Mr. Powell On JacksonvilleFuneral Dixon more benefits. with this beautiful 4 bedroom home f

---- left to return to her home In services for Benjamin says elections for .

NEED READY CASH'ComeSeeUst Miami with after a several. days visit A. (Ben) Dowtoig of Jacksonville eJ to ,the nge-over new may from be the made old law aa .. If's possible 1 Jim Walter Homes
the Sibleys.Mr.
11 a.m.
held at
were late
as April 30. 1969 end ctlll 12 SHORT YCAISTO
Tuesday at the graveside in become effective retroactively PAYorncit NO DOWN PAYMENT BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY
ty and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Evergreen Cemetery with Rev. If you own your property, you can have this beautiful 4 bedroom home, with Instant
Jr. and Rusty visited her par- O. H. Hudglns officiating.( He Set: 100% financing Qualified property owners need no cash -not even for closing costs.
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall died Monday after an extended Meeting .. And. best of all, your mortgage will be completely paid for In only 12 short years.

ems' .-: We make loan for Strickland, at Florahome Sunday Illness. To Organize So find out about the Jim Walter way. You can afford to build now.

y any worthwhile pur evening. Mr. Dowllng was a native of IOC4TONSJacksonville in THtfOllOWINtt : Choose from over 20 low cost, high quality homes.

Hoboken Ga. and had lived Men's SoftballA In addition to Jim Walter's low cost here's how to save even more money. We will
1cr pose Harold Mills Jr. visited his most of his life In Jacksonville. finish the interior of your new home to almost any degree you desire. Finish the rest
father Harold Mills and aunt He was the eon of the late Mr. meeting to formulate the Fla. 32205 yourself-our homes are engineered to allow easier Inside finishing. If you like, we'll
$25 to $600DO Miss Dorothy Mills\ Saturday and Mrs. I*. E. Dowling. one 1969 Men's Softball League will 3281 Weqt supply you with the materials needed to complete the Interior of your new home and
HAVE' tr evening, enroute 'to .Jib home I t time residents of Bradford be held Tuesday. April 1* at ..4 Beaver-St., Include the cost In your monthly payments. You tailor your payments according to your
YOU at Atlantic Beach'after a business !. County. 7:30: p.m. at tha Recreation De P. 0.' Box 6248 budget by Determining how much you want u'.to'flnish. Send for our/ free catalog-

-Too many paymentsto trip to South Florida. Mr Dowllng was a memberof partment (Old. Armory). Ph. 388-15S5 A Cof>&& Lute of Sited f-fote. /1-----aye( ("JIM--WALTER--CORPORATION-'------,'\

make JI! :;:;:;:;::::::::::::::::::-::::::::::::: :::::::::::::>':::::::::::::: the Methodist: Church and Policies and procedures that I I I A.t I M 1h*.pr.N.44.. .> ST.. I
prior to retirement was engaged will govern the league will be Lake City. Fla.. I I ,.would_ I kt>"know..:: about. p. .'::;' : I
" I Too blllfl to 1\GLASS\ I in the tire vulcanizing business. dtiscusaed. Any team that plansto P. O. Box 1045 I ..........in, -: .... Cottage I
many 1I _ _ _
.. Surviving are two sisters, enter the league should senda 3030 E. Duval i NAME I

payToo ;::: FOR EVERY PURPOSE g Mre. W. E. Mlddleton of. representative to this meet U.S. 90.. Olustee CITY ADDMSI_ -.IT ATIMy -. _. I

many taxes 1 Starke and Mrs. Mae Jones. ing.Tentative Ph. 752-8558 Call, Write, or Stop by Today _- T.'....... I

I llr- I coming due ::f Mirrors | Jacksonville: and a brother opening date for \....:.'."property.:l h> t:In.:::==::::::;
::1 EVERY Ernest L. Dowllng. of Channel the league is April 22.
FOR PURPOSE View Texas. Evening Ceramic t........ .... ............

Let Us Help With Your Money SHEA'SCLASS ; Class Monday DiscontinuedThe evening Ceramics .

Problem j OOPS! : Class' has been deleted from .
r, CO. j
f the schedule. .
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TOWN FINANCE CO 372-431 972-4351 % Our Mistake Two weekly sessions will be
:: HIS N.W. 4th Place $ held Wednesday morning from : .
226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449. c'::: Gaintsvlll :>' In an editorial :In our March 9 a.m until noon. Thursday : _i4yiK.:1
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=* 20 Issue recognizing the efforts evening. 7.10 p.m.Bridge .

Of Bradford's High School's Class .
science: fair winners The Telegraph Deadline TuesdayA
.said: "It la good' to see 10-week course in Contract .

I GAINESVILLE Business the local Science Fair revived Bridge is being conducted each' .
Directory after a few years of Inactivity." Tuesday evening at the Pratt

It has been brought to our Street Center 7:30-9:30: : p.m. .

attention by BHS! Assistant Tuesday. AprU 1, 1969 will .

AUTO SALES Principal Walker_ Stewart that be the deadline for Joining the 1 .
GARDEN SUPPLIES MOBILE HOMES
I the school sponsored local and class.: I .
BRASINGTONCADILLAC regional science sins for the Ladies Exercise
MUSTANG .
past three years 1966-47. 67- Classes To Continue .
Johnson & Fan's Inc.
SALES -&OLDSMOBILE SERVICE: ,Mobile Homes, Inc. 68, and 68-69. However Mr. The ladles exercise class will .
: Stewart with us that
concurs continue to meet each Tuesday
Fine Selection of Used Cars SEEDS PLANTS Gainesville's Discount: Mobile for several yean prior to I960 from 9-10 am. at the Pratt .
Taken On Cadillac Trades Insecticides' -Pet SuppUecFERTILIZERS Home Sales Lot. there was a lapse in science Street Recreation Center.
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 I NEW MOON CAPELLAAs .
fair at the ecnool/
activity Mrs. Laurie Crowson will Instruct :
We Rent Fertilizer Spreader Low As $100 Down We are happy to maRe the the weekly sessions. .
CRANELINCOLN
4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346 requested correction and it Is Ann Miller, who has been Instructing
224 N.W. 8lh Ph. 378-0476 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191 t
MERCURYAuthorized I till good to see this! annual educational the class since Sept < t .
Sales & Service """"" event going strong. ember was presented an engraved 0 M .
2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 MATERNITY WEAK MOTORCYCLES silver tray as a tokenof

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Crane ImportsVolvo YAMAHA BMW (.; .........'::.::-.:.;.0-n; ........;.:.........,..,'." appreciation for volunteering : \ .
her time and efforts. '
-606 MG K. -UniversityPhone Tilumph. FOR MOTHERSTOBEA edeaSates .... MATHEWSWeft I Bantam Baseball _____ __ .j e

372-4251 FULL LINE OF I :; Registration .

Lingerie Dresses Slacks Parts Service DrillingMelrose. ''i Is Underway 1 .
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits 615 W. University 378-2811 Registration for the Bantam .
I. :
Fla. Baseball Program is now under. .
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EXPECTANTLYYOURS MUSICBALDWIN way. 1 1
Phone 475.5101 r# .
.. Boys ages 10, 11, and 12 may .
4 wheel drive and cans i INC. i Myers PumpsSERVICE f: register at the Pratt Street .
Sales Parts Service : i Center Monday-Friday.
Clean Used Toyotas 700 W. University Opp. S.F.J.C. PIANOS-& ORGAN .
1700 N, Main 376-1266 CHOKE Of THI ARTISTS c and REPAIRS u : See us for a low-cost Auto Loan :
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Beauty Academy Mechanical CONTRACTORK. .J3/P/tQm MUICco, STARKE When you've tracked down the sleek new model you've been hunting .

for signal us for an Auto Loan. Or tell the dealer you want finance

POWELL'S E. Hyde Ent. Inc.Thompson' :I G'ville Shopping Ctr. 372-5353 Expert Tree Surgery] BUSINESSDIRECTORY your purchase through us. Either way you'll get the same low bank ..

Beauty AcademyLearn I Refrigeration I MOVERSLong rates and a payment plan that will make your budget smile. Service?

a Profession In Your I ta i .C.vfty Repair. Fast and friendly. .
Spare Time. Full or Part Time Service Distance Moving ..'runnyD.Messsng
219 NW. 10th 378-2766 I Heating Air Conditioning .
.
Storage Packing AUTO SERVICE On short "The Rescue
long trips or Money"
a Repair on White Appliances) Crating Shipping .Bracing fc carry .
ELECTRIC MOTORS Industrial Combustion Service Free Estimate Call I
ti i ,;; I Cabling 4I AMERICAN EXPRESS ,Ii .
ELECTRIC Boiler Room Sale & Service HILL'S Gilbert S. Brown
t. !TraniplantiniTr ; .

Motor Repair Co.Of 3018: N.Telephone Waldo Rd.3722182MEN'S Gainesville Van Service, Inc. .''.' -=;:i- ..F..d...fTree St-Standard OU ATLAS Service Station TRAVELERS CHEQUES .
e Rmwval
Gainesville Inc. 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vlll .... '. J t Let '" TIRES a BATTERIES /If lost or stolen you get your money back-and your trip is rescued.
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Repairing RewindingNew 372-4271 : \. e Clearing Terms Road ServlM Spendable everywhere. Cost-only It per dollar.FLORIDA. .
and Used WEAR I. .."'; e Stump Budget PHONE ....7871
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 .. 1o:l'2-1.\ : G ncI n. f:., 407 N. Temple Starke

Farm and Industrial STAG 'N DRAG PAINT GLASSLIDDELL e WinchTrudc I !:

Equipment Griffin Salts PAINT & Every JobCOMHITIIY Fes' HURST'SSHELL


Santa Fe Tractor, Arrow Shirts Florsheim Shoe GLASS CO. ._ SATISFACTION INSURED CUARANTHD .
FORD Formal Rentals. Glass Mirrors Sliding Door. PAYMENT PLAN AVAKAILI Service StationGas BANK AT STARKE .

Farm Tractors 6 Implements Tub Enclosures: Shower Doors .
USED EQUIPMENT Ladles Sportswear Furniture Top Windows 1Ars"t S nEE Oils Lubrication Member. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand Awnings URGE; ONS/ Monarch Tire Batteries .

SALES 4488 N.W.- PART 6th -SERVICE 878-2548 GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. 372-811 ..20i5 N.W.aAIII"'LL.'" 'k. :.In.17'6 301 ROAD and 100 SERVICE- Starke. One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group .

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RAIFORDBy MM. E..... SAVE 4qr
Dobbs

. YOU CAN SAVE

PINE GROVE REVIVAL
AND HOMECOMING UkiI
Revival services will be heldat NOW
Pine Grove Congressional
Methodist Church starting
March 31 and continuing
,through April 6. A special song I ALL WEEK
service will be held each night '
at 7:30. Homecoming will ba ll! 1'\

lunch Sunday.served April after 6. with the a morning plcnlo! .


attend.service.!Mrs. Ernest Everyone Griffls is welcome:has returned to. 'oov oj S On These Specials Prices Good thru Wed., April 2

from a week's visit with!
her daughter Mrs. ChristIne Gr. Blu., Whit or Cold Limit 1 of choice w/$5.or more' cigarettes

Cameron and family In Tam. 'i! THRIFTY MAID or

pa.Mr.. and Mrs. Mai-Jell Dobbs WRete. NI purchase4exci
and family' of Madison were U DIXIE CRYSTAL
Friday overnight guests of his. .
father J. O. Dobbs. 3-tfct. ADVANCED ALL
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. MI.
chael Dobbs will! regret to learn
that their baby daughter. Ron.
da Is 111 in Bradford County DETERGENT59,
Hospital.! 5J
A Youth for Christ Rally will
.
Jie held at the Raiford Community 1 a $5.00 or more order excluding cigarettes.
Center Saturday night!
at 7:30.: There will be a special

speaker church Jacksonville from Trinity and Baptist all SHORTENING 49 J.

youth In Raiford and surrounding
communities are invited to 32-ei. ASTOR Limit I with a $5.00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes

attend.Rev. Harold Farthering! of .Lm"IS".m;"hS5.0..m"I of purchase choice. BAG La. t

Htaleah this[ Raiford Sunday will First Everyone bring Baptist the is messageat Church urged. COOKING I OIL I 49 excluding, cigarettes.:


to come and hear this able SOUTHERN IISCUIT Plain or Solf-Ritlng

speaker.Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browninghad 20-os. CRACKIN' GOOD SO FAMILY FAVORITE CHIME
as weekend guests Mr. and FLOUR..5 LB. *
Mrs. Alton Browning and BAG 391y! ).lates..59 Cookies 3/l.
daughter of Jacksonville.! . .
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Raulersonand ( ) No. 2-1/3 Can THRIFTY, MAID, BARTLETT

ed Mrs.family! of Lavada Middleburg Folhill visit.and PINEBREEZE GR. "A" FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE MEDIUM Tea Bags 99* Pears.
Mrs. L. 0. Alvarez Sunday. . . . . 3/$1.
Sonja Yarbrough was a week- 18-om. DEEP SOUTH JELLY a No. 2 Can THRIFTY MAID WHOLE SLICEDPeanut '
end guest of Shelly Rlherd in
Lake Butler. Butter. 49*
David! Browning of Palatka. Pineapple. . 4/l.
visited his
parents Mr. and
Mrs. David Browning last Sun. SLICED 46-o. HAWAIIAN ALL FLAVORS(Y llow, Orange ar Orapa)

day.Mrs. Diirpi .k 29 Fruit Punch..3l.20Lb.
Ernest Griffls! had as a . .
weekend guest her daughter
.
Mrs. Christine Rag CHARCOAL IS-ei. LYKI'S
Cameron of

Tampa.Mr.. .and' Mrs. Marvin Dobbs Briquettes. 99 Beef Stew. 3/$1.
and chIldren. of Mulberry were 2 . . .
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. 16-01.CAMPFIRE MARSH- No. 1/2 Can CHICKEN OF THE SEA CHUNK
Morris Dobbs. While here, they Z. *
visited their[ Mallows 2/49 Tuna Fish
mother. Mrs. Susie 3/$1.
Dobbs in Bradford County Hos . . .
pital.Mrs.[ 20-01.ARROW 4-01. OLIN FARMS SliMS & PIECES
Harold Yarbrough was
called home last weekend due SUNNYLAND Spray Starch. 39 Mushrooms..4l.USDA
to the serious illness of her .
mother, Mrs. J. C. Odom, In SMOKED SHOULDER
Glennvllle Ga. CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED
Mrs. Cecil Addison Jr. and
little son, David of Gainesville N
were weekend guests of her CHUCK
parents.Rosier. Mr. and(Mrs. Theodore ROAST u. 59'

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Janes: USDA www .
and family had as guests Mon. CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED TOP ROUND CLUB or
day night their uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Batten of
Penney Farms. SIRLOIN STEAK.
Mrs. Rubye Yarbrough had as -T
Saturday guests Mr. and Mrs. . .
Robert Faulkner of Jacksonville USDA CHOICE. W-D WAND CORN FED CHUCK
and Mr. and Mrs Leon USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED T-BONE

Renfroe Mr. and of Mrs.Starke.Jim Mack and 39+ STEAK 69?
STEAK
Sunday family guests of Jacksonville of Mrs. Mack's were ': Th LB. LB. LB. 129

parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawtey USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN BONELESS ROUND USDA CHOICE
Crews of the State Farm. W.D BRAND CORN FED CALIFORNIA
Paula Dobbs was a Saturday B ::
overnight guest of Karen Craw ROAST 99
ford of Hellbronn Springs. ROAST 79'
L. C. Crews visited in White
Springs last Friday night. His Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thurs. thru Wed., March 27 2WINN.DII.TORE5.COPYRIONT.kffe

grandchildren returned with USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN FED SHOULDER 2Vi-Lb. W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN BEEF
3.S-LII.Avg.'RISH RIB OR LOIN END
him Mr.for and a Mrs.weekend Charlie visit.Burnettof ROAST LB' 89, Steakettes $1.79

the Slate Farm are on vacation PORK ROAST LB. 49 . .
this week. Have fun and i . US.A CHOICE' W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS .ELM.NCO, WD BRAND LEAN
don't catch all the fish! FRESH CENTER CUT PORK
Mr. and FRESH BOSTON BUTT PORK STEAK $1.49 GR. BEEF 3 $1.47
Mrs. Wilbur Jones LB.
and son visited their parents. .
Mr. and Mrs. James Jeffries CHOPS .79 ROAST 49 USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS SIRLOIN CHUCK OR
and family and Mrs. Irene STEAKFLORIDA : MEATGROUND ;
Jones the weekend.of Penney Farms during a LB. 1.39 1.99

Sapp Cemetery Working will
be held Saturday. March 29. RED BLISS U.S. No. I YELLOW(3Lb. Bag...33')
Tome and bring your tools. POTATOES 10. 59* ONIONS. THRIFTY MAID
.G 5 BAG 39

YOUNG TENDER POLE U.S. No. 1 RUSSET BAKING((3-lb. Bag.49)
In I.Ui.The l-l! hlh Circuit.,...11,1..1 Court Circuit Of Floe!.. ICE MILK
Ant For UrniKurd County BEANS..2 -49 POTATOES 10 79
Calve. II. :Nn.HICKS:msO. SR. Plaintiff.v AG
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dEOr.OIA I*. DENMARK: .; VINE RIPE WASH.STATE EXTRA FANCY WINESAP
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I .III'.III'Service Set I".. m& d; tfJfJ(!) tJfkt B7JJ1/j l? (J/llif !JlrfJ9'r: : :;



.annual 'Holy ,
Plans for the Reese.: << '
Week and Easter Sunrise Ser.
The Easter Sunrise Service
were 'announced' this week ::--= Sf
vices -
will be held at 6:30: a.m. SUnday. ,1
Ministerial .Al
Starke n
Mr the April 6, In the First Baptist '

liance. Church, with Rev. Farrabee, of EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST ;;*
Holy Week services will be FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LAWTEY. LATTER-DAY SAINTS
the First -United Methodist Chuxch. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS Sunday: Bible Study 10 held from 12 noon to 12:30: p.m. !. the Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ((416 East Call St.) 4.
delivering
message. and Commun- 11 Evening
CHURCH Morning Worship ing Worship. a. m.;
First .United Methodist 11 Youth Priesthood 8:45: ;
the ,
at Worship 11:15.
daily Morning a. m. mil Worship : Sunday Services:
Special Easter music will (be Sunday School. 10 a.m.. ion Service, 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer .
Church starting Monday Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir Practice Night service, 6:30.: Highway. Sunday School, 10:00: ; Sacra-
provided by a community choir Worship Service. 11 a. m. services, 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday -
March 31, through Friday April! Wednesday 8 p. m. 125, northwest of Lawtey.Rev.R. 7 ment 11:00 Branch President,
which will 7 service pastor.
practice Sunday, Evening; Service. p.m. Worship -Rev. J. C. Heeteis
rvlce3 held at this Rev. Robert D. Burch L. Bennett pastor. Hansen 964-6278. ,,
The are
4. Dean
.
March 30, at 3 pom. In the First Tuesday Night. Cottage Prayer p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell.
hour to enable employed persons MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ,
Baptist Church' Anyone with *etlnl' PINE LEVEL BAPTIST BAPTIST
LAKE
to worship dring a portion of musical talent is urged to come Thursday: Night. Prayer MeeU Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning NOUTHSIDE BAPTIST Sunday-8:45: a. m. Sunday KINGSLEY cnvRCRSUndaY'

the lunch hour.Speakers and sing In thto service.A ing In church 7:3: p.m. Grace Baptist Church" Worship 11 'a. m. Pre-Ser- CHURCH School, 11:00: a. m. Morning a1n'J
for the week will be: .special offering will be taken Youth Service Friday' night Sunday School 10:00: A. M. vices (Booster Band, Young Schedule of services: Sunday Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training School 9:30: a..m.Morning *

Monday Rev. DeWitt T. Tor- with proceeds used by the 7:30: p.m.Ivy'. Morning Worship 11:00: A.'M. People, and Prayer Service), 6 School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Ing Union 10:15: a.m.Evening Worship *
Pastor Training Union 6:00: P. M. Training. Union Worship 11 a. m.
Jr.rI'uesday Luke.
10:45
rabee : a. m. .sIht.P.
Ministerial Alliance Worship. 7 m.Mldv.cek
> to ministerto Evening p. -
M. p. m. Mid-week Prayer .r..t"
Worship 11:00: A. Service, Ser 7:30: p. m.
Rev. J. Thomas Evening Service. Wednesday. 6:45: p. m. Evening Wednesday?:30 Prayer
needy transients who pass, SMYRNA: MISSIONARY Wednesday Service Wednesday 7:30: p. :
Meeting, Service,
Staab. Prayer 7:45.: Mid-Week Prayer vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday
D.
E. R. Bowers, D. ,
through the community.: 7:30: p. m. worship together.
let us
Wednesday Rev. Robert D. BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: P. M. Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. night' -1:00: p. m. Family night. an. Come '
All persona In the area 'are 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- Rev. Virgil Lovett. Pastor. 'pastor. -Rev. Allen Price pastor

Burch.: urged to lend support to this vices. : Sunday School. 10 a. na. ... 0-
.. '
Thursday Rev. :E. A Kirby. ;:: ;1
series of pre-Easter: services. Preaching 11 a. m. Training ::
Friday Rev. Charles E. Union. 5:45 p. m. Evening!. Wear- err. MARK'S EPISCOPAL

ship 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. STARKE '
:
:
-Elder A. O Flynn, pastor ::
PlanGroundbreaking
Mormons Services Held Sunday services: Holy Eucharist.

8:30: *jn. Church School. p
MADISON STREET.! .
For Joe Dorko CHURCH 9:45.: Family Service, 11. (Holy '. I -:-

For New Church BAPTIST, March 30 Sunday: Eucharist, ..1st and 3rd Sundays. I \J >
Sunday Morning Prayer. 2nd and 4ttb :::: ::::::: :::: :::: :'
01 LawteyJoesph School, 9:45: a.m. Morning
Mormons in the Starke area Sundays.
Worship. 11. Youth Choir Practice :
to join themin
Invite the public Wednesday
4:30.: Youth Fellowship ,
a happy occasion as they F. Dorko, 57, of Law- Union. 7:30: p.m., Lenten Service. *-
Training
break? ground; for a new chapelon died arrival at a Starke Supper. 5:45.: J.: "Thomas Staab. Rector. .d .t 1;:::::: :: 1I
tey, upon :
6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle, 7:13.: % ::::;: :
Bossent Road in Starke. The hospital following a sudden Illness -

time 1'1 s .set for Saturday. March Tuesday afternoon March Evening Worship. 7:30.

29.!) at 2 Tuesday-Prayer Group, 9:30: CIIUKCIl OK GOD
p.m.According
to Dean Hansen. 18.Mr.. Dorko was born In Barn- a.m.Wednesday RA Meeting-' Prayer 6:30: p.m.Meet- 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. I I --11 :11

Presiding Elder and President esville.Pa. on July 11,1911. lIe Church Choir Sunday School), 10 a. m. Worship : :
jug 7:30: p.m.
of the Staike Branch of the was a correctional officer at Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.
8:30.Thursday .
Church of Jesus Christ of Lat the Florida State Prison, a Practice. : andOA's. m. Prayer Meeting! Friday, 7:30p. : .
ter Day Saints. cost of the new veteran of World War U, anda Sunbeams m.-Rev. Chester J. Shouppe, 1 m :!!I I ':
3:30: p.m. 1
brick-and-block building( is set member of American Legion pastor. <
: .
at 75000. Of this amount. approximately Post 56, Raiford Lodge No. ff r i L Llt
CHURCH
$25.000 will be 82, F. & A.M., and the Meth- FIRST BAPTIST HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH .. r1 1 ....... J
...
raised locally, with the remain. odist Church. STARKE (Highway 100 at Tlieressa) .. $;: \ ,r: >:m11:
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. 1mm. 'tff.4 .. .. .
is his widow, Mar- ; ....
the tlthins Surviving School 10 4 :it:
der to come from Sunday a. m. ....... "- % 34 J t
Wells Dorko, Lawtey one Morning Worship at 11: sermon, "'J ., .. S .
'
tha ; .J ;
Salt ; ::
funds of the church In Morning WOl'shJp-l1 a. m. : :::: -
Lake City, Utah. Elder Hansen daughter Mrs. Joyce Ann Griffin "Laodacea" the Lukewarm meet- Training Union-6:30: p. m. if Pllf'P.'uses I ;
Church. Church Council
two step-daughters
Tampa
;
said that almost $15,000 of the Evening WOl'Shlp-7:15: p. m. fiod's
Mrs. Marty Green Starke, and ing, 5:30.: Training: Union. 6:15.:
local quota had already been Wednesday Night Prayer Service I .
Mrs. Ken Terrell. Gainesville: Evening Worship, 7:30: sermOn mm
...
contributions 7:30 Rev. 'Merle .... I
realized through : p. m.
from members and interested three brothers, Andrew J. andE. "Salvation Belongeth Unto the Packham, pastor. .... ........ If you were I having a picnic a.the I lake As Isaiah reminds us, "For my thouyhlaare :;:;:;: :-:: .
:: :::;:;:
Durko, both of Cleveland ::

F. Lord. :;::
nonmembers.A. :: ::;: at approximately this spot, you might say not your thouijhts/( neither are you, ;:.;.:
;;;
::
Ohio, and George Dorko, Monday- Youth Choir Practice :::::: : ,
leave those.
Columbus, Ohio three sisters, FIRST ASSEMBLY: OF GOD :::: ::::::: %Veii, why did the engineers ways ,my, u-aijs, saith the L( I'd. For as the ;:;:;::: :::: .
; 7
p.m. :::: :;::::;:::: trees in the water when they made this :
Construction Co., OF STARKE heavens than the earth, .
J. Todd Mrs. Joseph Biros Mrs. Ed TuClSdayWMS Council Meet- ( al'e. higher? ( so are 1111 1
lake? create such I
They an can
of Jacksonville was low bidder Netzel], and Miss Marian Dor- West Weldon St. and Raiford :; 1 eyesore. than and : ::
:
big 10:30.: WMS Program, see no in it." Yet, fishermen tell my ways higher your; ways, my :;: ::: .
:::: :::;:;: purpose
the project. Fred Van Dus- ko all of Cleveland and Road
on seven : ;:
; 11:15 Lorena Epperson GroupIn thoughts than( thoughts. ;11 :
: ; your
School :: ;::;;;: us that the fish love those old tree stumps '
also of Jacksonville is the grandchildren. Sunday : 10:00 a. m. :
en consulting architect. Funeral service were held charge. Covered Dish Luncheon 11:00: a. in. Morning Worship: :::: :::;;::, and roots and that you can almost always But he also wants us to know that his ;:::;:: .
;::
Many civic and church lead Friday March 21 In Jones Me- 12 noon. WMS busI'Ie.sSmeeting 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : : ':;:;::; find fish swimming: in the dark recesses thoughts are many toward us and that :::: '
12:30. ;: .
ers are expected to attend the morial Chapel withRev. Don- : School m. Evangelistic Services. :S: 1 1m around and between these trees. everything works toward our good and oursalvation. .1111.:: :
Sunday
Wednesday :::
rrround-breakinsr ceremony Elder ald Denton, Rev. J. T. Tompkins Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Mid :.:. .:.:.:. So many times we question God's'IS. If we had no conflicts, and noquestions ( 11:1:1;:: ..J
Hansen said and the public and Rev. Norman Red- Cabinet meeting 6 p.m. Prayer week Prayer Meeting. ;1:1: :1:11:1:::;:::: dom in allowing some things to be und would never have the :::: :
,
Church Choir \ve opportunity -
Meeting. 7. ::::1:
is invited. Following the ceremony ding officiating. Interment will Pastor: T. E. GWe:1HEILBRONN : :::: ::111;;: other things to come to pass. But God is faith.:
practice 7:45.: to step out on :::::
: ::
light refreshments will follow in Crosby Lake Ceme- :::: ::;:::: good and his purposes are wise. The verything
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Come to church Sunday and learn of God ::1:;:
tery. :;: that seems useless to us, might make
be served on the site. FIRST UNITED METHODIST :::: :::: I
BAPTIST 11 1 us marvel if we could see with Heaven's his purposes, and the unsearchable riches 111111:;
1 1
STARKE CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
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Services :: ::::::: eyes. of his love.
Friday SundayChurch School, 9:45: :*:
Sunday School 9:45: a. in :

Youth This Rally For Mrs. Johnson, a.m.Reception; Morning ot Members Worship 'and 11; Union Morning, 6:30: Worship p. m. Evening 11. Training' Ser- \\j\j\ 1 1 ;::::::::;::::::::::::X'::'j'XoX'X'ft.xW:;:*::::::::*;:::::::::::::::::::::::';::::::::::::::::::;::;:::::::*;:;:::'::*::;*::;::;:::::::::::::::::::::;::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;;:;:;:;:;:;::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::;:::::::::: :j..:;:;;;:;:;::::::::;::;::;:::xox-iSSi::::::::;! !

.satul'day. Of Hampton .Youth Council 5,p.m.; MYP."., ?>,}G:";?: /7:?0.. Midweek. Prayer Service .- ; rm! Di. Church h Cod I(,ppomttd, og.nc, in thus nv.rd( lot.........III.b''g..un' ( I|Imilot '''..- C.Jv3N\ 'l7it,> 1;t Ii
Raiford Snack Supper 6 MYF Meetings .::::
At Center ; 7:30.: ::::: :::::::: mon and of Nn dimand lot man to reipond'lo'Mint lovi by loVIng hIS nughtor.. Without :::

:Mrs. Bertha Johnson, 62. of 6:30.: Fifth Sunday Musical .Rc '. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor: 1:;:: 11 1 m Ihil grounding in lh. lo.. ol Cod no jownminl. or ..ci."' ot way of III. will' long 1: 1m11

AU teenagers IJ1] the area are Hampton. died Wednesday Program with Three Choirs .... .. .. :.:.:.:.:::.
and 'I' Iraidorm which hold d. will .
:.:.:... .::.:.:.:..:.:.: pt. wi lo inevitably pirlih Thtrilort, .n'.. ; :
Invited to attend Youth March 19, after brief Illness. participating, 7:30.: GRAHAM: BAl'TIST CHURCH ;:::::: :"
a Rally a .,.. '..
ol ,
should '
::: :::::::: from a iilfiih point one lupport 'Hit hutch lor 'thi uki .1 Iho willoriI ..':': : :
... .
I starting at 7:30: p.m. Saturday. She Is survived by three Monday-Noonday Holy Week Sunday School, 10 a. m. :Morning ..... :::: I himiill, end tin, lomily. ItyoniJ that, howwtr, wily" pirun ihould uphold and par :::::::: {S
March 29. in the Raiford Youth daughters, Mrs. Eva Service. Worship 11 m. and 7 p. ::::: :::::::: ;; :::: ;ij
Dockton ; a. ,
:;:: tkipatt In Iho Chimh b eoun It lilli thi truth oboul man s "till" diolh and dtilmy, (thi :::.
Center. Don Rlley a youth director Alpine, Texas: Mrs. W. Martin. Tuesday WSCS Executive m.- Rev. Fred] Johns, pastor ::::: :::::::::: truth which olont mil, id him I Im lo livt 01 a child, .1 God C1.t'Oll"I.I !'\ .''' ::::;::: : 3
from Jacksonville, will Jacksonville; and Mrs. Dorothy Committee 9:30: a.m.: WSCS ::::: eCol.mon) s :|:|:-:|

be in charge of the program.In Pacheco, Colorado Springs, General Meeting 10: Noonday Sunday NEW: School RIVER, 10 BAPTIST a. m. Morning tk'i'ii""W"" Holy Week Service. ::
Colo.; two sons, Acle Johnson'
announcing the rally. Mrs. Charleston 3, C., and Demos. Wednesday Noonday Holy Woiitilp 11 a. m. Training I Ii

Peggy Cason, of Ralford. said: Johnson Jr.. Panama: four Week Service: Younger Chil Unlcu. 7 P. m. Evening Worship, I

"Come and meet new and unusual brothers, Wiley and J. D. Williamson dren's Choir Rehearsal] 3 p.m.: 8 p. m. Wednesday night service -
people and really have 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel
a both of Tampa; Ollie Prayer Meeting and Bible Study -
great time. This will foe InspirIng Williamson. Starke; and L. V. 7; Chancel Choir Rehearsal. come-1.. L. Parker, pastor.

and entertaining, and Williamson, Gainesville; one : STARKE "66"SERVICE i
7:45.Thursday SHELL
we expect lots of fun. Refreshments sister, Mrs. Llnnie Carroll Live Noonday Holy i FAULKNER HURST

will be served." Oak; 11 grandchildren and Week Service: Maundy Thurs FIKSlCHRISTIAN CHURCH

three greatgrandchildren.. day Service of Holy Communion Sunday Service: Sunday 1 GULF SERVICE SERVICE i iill
Wor ?
School 9:45: a. m. Morning : :
Funeral services were held at 7:30: p.m.
Easter Egg Hunt 2 p.m. Friday in Hampton FridayNoonday Good Friday ship., 10:45 6:30: p.a. m.m. Midweek Evening Service Service !: AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 'f4.71S11

Cemetery with Williams-Thom! Service; Older Children's:
Tire Tru-liUJ
Set Next Friday Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. ::1j: :.:
: Choir
as Funeral Home of GainesvilleIn Rehearsal 3:30: p.m. : U-HAUL RENTALS .:
ministerBAYLESS
-Charles Reese, : Headlight Adjusting :$

By Rec Dept.The charge. REVIVAL TO START HIGHWAY :\:.'. Truck Trailer Brake Service *

AT EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHtJROB; *
BAPTIST Wheel Balance a.
Starke Recreation Department PENLEY GETS 6 MONTHS Revival services will start Complete Lubrication .
; will hold its annual Sunday School. .10 a.m. preaching Alignment: ij1
Monday. March 31, at Ever Minor Tune-Ups ,
'
Thomas McDonald
Easter Egg Hunt Friday, April Penley Services at 11. Training l&
Bapttet Church
green
4. was sentenced to six months In on High PROMPT ROAD SEttVIC i
6 Evening Service. 1011 N. Temple Avenue ''
way 125. northwest of Lawtey. Vnion, p.m. j1 :.
The hunt will be the county jail after pleading
held at West
Midweek Prayer Meeting.
continuing through Sunday. tf ; All Minor Repair i ii
guilty to the charge of
Side Park Softball Field (located petit April 6. Special song service Wednesday, 7:30.: iEveryone wel PHONE 964-5899

west of the Middle School) larceny before County Judg will begin each evening at 7:30.: come. Rev. George E. Cro- 24HR. WRECKER SERVICEHiway 617 N. Temple Ave. State !
Theron A. Yawn at a preliminary
beginning at 10 -
a.m. !
followed by preaching by the well, p&6tor.1lIP'l'OS. i: STARKE BUILDERS
The boys and girls will be divided !- examination on Monday.
Into three Penley was also charged with evangelist, Rev. Jack Hall. 301 and 100
age
groups:
((1)) pre-school (2)) K- through fraud of room and board and pastor of Russell Baptist CHRISTIANCI1URC1I l! SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON

Grade 2 ((3)) grades 3. 4. and 5. uttering forgery. The former Church. Rev. R. L. Bennett. S. Starke
*10 Temple -
Prizes will be awarded.In charge was dismissed, and a pastor of the Evergreen Church, Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn I Featuring Ace Hardware MEAT MARKET .:
preliminary hearing set for extends an invitation to the Worship at 11.: Evening Paint Supplies :
ing
case of incliment was :: Complete
weather ::: _ _ _
to
public attend
these services. ,
March 28 Rev. Carl COLD STORAGE :
the hunt will be held Saturday, concerning the latter- Worship 7:30.: --- @: and Sporting Goods AND : :

April 5, 10 a.m. charge. A public defender was Clarke, pasta: ,
appointed to represent Penle,.. ':;": "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialize in Custom Slaughtering 4

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :: Cutting and Wrappln
HAMPTON: ::: 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep> FreeaeWHOLESALE
::::: d
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -
UP TO
Worship at 11. Training .
Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night j\j\\\ F 24Ft. Wide
i LO R i D A Phone 964-705t !
followed ------
Prayer Meeting. 7:30:

20% tO 50% by choir Home practice.service,Starke 2:45: p.Nursing m.- ::1::j "Z\PEST Also 12-Ft. Wide PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD ;


-Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. :c::; MOBILE HOMES _ _ I

OFF FACTORY SUGGESTED PRICE OHTROL
CALVARY BAPTIST .j\j\: Campers and Traveltrailers COUNTY ::

WITH THIS COUPON A.kCharl. Sunday School. 10 a. m. MornIng -
Worship 11 a. m. Training ::11 ft OffiMKAlCO.( Keystone Heights TELEGRAPH I

Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service

Discount Hearing Aid Center 7:30. Prayer Meeting, Wed. :!i 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES

E.A nesda)'. 7:30: p. m.r-Rev. R. H. TYPEWRITERS I.

Butler, puelor.DEDAN ::: Phone 964-5745 for FREE _ _ _

SALE. .. Johns 4 m Inspections and Estimates BRADFORDABSTRACT ADDING MACHINES :

THURSDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1969 BAPTIST CHURCH

10:00 A.M. TO 3:00: P. M. About ThIs Qu0ttettj. Sunday School BROOKER, 10 a. m. MornIng J 1! CO. EDWARDS i

Worship 11 a. in. Training WILLIAMSJEWELRY ;".
..
MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE "A package insurance policy Unl n. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service Grocery and Market i.

when tailored to your 7:30.-Rev.: Lacy Conway Better Service For Your

needs by the Charley E. pastor. Groceries Meats Feed I
127 E. Call St. Phene; 9G4-7810 Starke, Fla. ; Title Problems .

Discount Will Apply To All Who Write Phone Johns Agency, provides Airpark Baptist Church : Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL i I

Or Come In On That Date. Multi-Peril protection, bro Sunday School] 9:45: a.m.; Morning Keepsake! Diamonds Abstracts I
Edwar1lll.
ader in Jack and Gladys I"
coverages, one con. :.3
Worship, iioo a.m.: EvenIng BULOVA WATCHES ;
'W'E;; venient policy. Does it also Worship 7:00: p.m.; Wed Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke
TE7I
: DISCOUNT HEARING AID mean a 15 to- 20% savings Prayer: Meeting and Bible Study. 142 W. Call St. Starke J

J8.U ATLANTIC BLVD. I tr. premium?" 7:00 p.m. Study on Book of Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-S312

1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32207 Phone 359-1741 I Palnw. (Nathan L. Modllng, I:

I pastor. Everyone Welcome. CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE Inc. :

NAME _._....__ _____.... ...____u.uu._____.... I Charley E. EVERGREEN BAPTISTHlshway12J5j ,

I JOHNS AGENCY Owned Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BelterElectrically" ::
1 IL Northwest of By
ADDRESS -.h.U.u_____..____ :
Lawtey. Sunday School), l0ar. ] -Keystone HeightsPhone1734911 :

L CITY .--- ---. -- -- -. -- STATE --------- .....___... i 131 So."Walnut St. Morning- Worship 11:15.YLNfght : 'Sun.. 1


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CHARI.ES!' ]>ARD? l. Bradford County Court .
FLOWERS: Petition of DESSIB!: end tile! which they may have againstsaid la The Clrcn'f Court ofl.lxlilli Fiori' April 1969, and to .
HAMPTON and ROSA B. Clerk Of The Circuit Court House. Starko Florida In the .,fflc.f the serve a copy To All Persons Interentedl laThe
of estate Juillflnl Circuit la Aa of such answer defense. .
FLOWEll.S. hi" wl'e. By Virginia F. Darby the original with the C'erk Judge of Bradford. or upon Estate. Of Said Decedent
For
NOT1CH Deputy Clerk this Court on or before April 9. County In the Courthouse Bradford' COUDt7'ChIli Rlehal'd.1. Wilson, Plaintiffs You are hereby notified that a.
l By Mn. D. H. mn unknown TO' : LEOZIK. ABNEZA PI5HRY.CRAZIER address< < Kills 142: Went fl. Sanders Call Street 19A9. :be entered otherwise against a Judgmentmay you for County.at Florida.Starke.months Florida from, within the- No. ale Action Is Attorney 5 !Southeast! herein. whose First address Street) written be the. Instrument Last. Will of purportingto LOUISE.
PERRY ldr Sterke.. FloridaAttorney the relief demanded In the Com- six: calendar FITA N. MCCL.UNTO. Plaintiff OalnoMvllla l Florida. HOCKER, deceased has been
of
a< unknown.
Hs
..
first publication McCLUNO.
.. of the vs WILLIAM J. fall
date De Herein
.. You are notified that the for Petitioner plslnt.Wltnesn' Each claim or demand not or a default admitted to probate) in this)
above. named Petitioners DES- :313 ** fl.* my' hand and the sealof this notice. and fendant. will be entered against you for Court. You are hereby commanded -
CBOOL NEWS Bradford must be In writing NOTICE TO APPEAR the relief demanded In tho Com .
S1H at Starke. month
!: FLOWERS and ROSA B. said Court of reel- within six calendar
Hampton Elementary School FLOWERS, his wife have filed !.. The rirenU ..evt Of Bradford County Florida this March 4 must nce and elate post the place office address TO RFD: William Sklllman J. McClu New Jersey, plaint.WITNESS!' my hand a* Clerkof from the date. of the first publication -
a Petition In the above loth. 1999. be of this notice to appearIn
I will be dismissed for spring Court styled C..tF. FloridaCan (SEAL) claimant and must 08368 the said Circuit Court of this Court and show., cause If
adaption c I of trieminor .wore claimant, his
of next week 't-IIh'm: No.IIELEN A. DARBY as ClerkOf to by the You are hereby notified thata Bradford County Florida, and the action of
all cmRM
as can why
In Petition
vacation that. STF.KT: >tKT. alp' accnt or his attorney, or It will Civil Action has been brought the Seal of said Court: at any. you said
and Said Court this Court In admitting
all other a you are commanded to known as HT5I.RN SIMMONS, become void according to law.Elv..rl. against. you by FITA N. JUo- Stnrke Florida: I on the llth day
be By Boulnh M. HooorDoputy Will to should not stand
are
andappeal' In Court : probate
vacation that on Plaintiff V.MACK E. SIMMONS. Mocker E sVoBL.VBRIA CLUNG, In the I Court of March. A.D. 1969.
County. The 13 April 30. 1909. and to shew Clerk. DeWE. : rtlt wnrevoked.
andfor
ford Defendant. J f tt '.| : HOCKER Eighth Judicial C I In (SEAL)
Monday. March 31. cause why the. Petition shouldnot NOTTCW' OF SUIT > Executrix of the Estate ot WU- Bradford County, Florida. CHARLES A. DARBY THERON A. TAWN Brad.ford l-
from be County 'In and for
granted; otherwise a TO: MACK 15. SIMMONS ROCKER deceased. The nature of the cult Is. for Judge
ISE a Clerk of the Circuit Court.
April 4, with.classes
through Friday. Judgment may be entered unknowntYou Court OfBradford County Florida.
whose residence Is Ia The County Judfo's Elate S. Sanders dIvorce A VINCULO MATRI- By: BoulAh M. Moody
Monday after against you, granting the adop hereby notified. thatan Florida. la SANDERS By Annota Andrews, Clerk
resuming lion, are Coontr: EL.ZIB) S. MONII. You are hereby summoned Deputy Clerk .
IPlEl S. SandersBT..ZTTZ
action of Annulment end Probate No. 143 West Call Street ordered and required to J-13 4t t.,
I April 7. S. SANDERS
Easter. WITNESS my hand and thePeel other relief has been filed tn Ra: Estate of LOUISE Starke. Florida file your written answer or defense -
were out of school of the Court at Stark: and are hereby Dec..md. Executor Co..t"i'.i 141 West Call Street
Students gamut you you ROCKER Attorney for to the Complaint filed Is The e'* Cnnrt Of .
for "Fair Day" Bradford. County, Florida, this required to serve a COpy of your NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll First Publication: March 13, herein In the Office of the Clerk Mrsdford Coaatr. Florid. la Rtark e. FloildaAttorney
last week on 5th day of March, 1989. written def"n..".. If any, ten It creditors: of the estate of 1999. of the Circuit Court, In and for Probate Pfo for Executor
Friday, while teachers worked (SEAL) Theron A. Yawn. Jr.. AU..rft"y HOCKBH. deceased. 3.13 4t t-I Bradford County, Florida, In RR: Estate of LOUISE 1969. March If.
arerrherreby:; First Publication
a teachers' planning for Plaintiff' whc e address notified and required fitarke, Florida, o-n. or before 14 HOCKRH, Deceased., : I-1I 4t sea
during claims or demand
to file any NOTICE] OF PROBATE
--------------- ------ -----
daY.Mrs.. Cheryl Ellerbe, primary ------------------------------------'r---------------------------------- y

teacher at Hampton, Is leaving I SAVE 141 LB U.5.D.A. GRADE 'A'
as of Friday this week, and II I I II
she will be replaced with Carole
Marino, of Gainesville who has I 1 We sell I 1
completed her teaching internship
just at the University of I FOODFAI I

Florida. 1 II I

The kindergarten class tried II U.S.D.A.and I I
hatching chickens recently, but I .
mostly disappointed when I I
were '
"
only two chicks hatched from I I
I 'Choice "
two dozen eggs. One of the two -I- \ .,.,. r I RSUPERMARKETS I
baby chicks died, according to I .
I
Mrs. Ann Warne. teacher (from a"c" I


other too Tilley PERSONALS much found and .Ms handling a home family with?) and Robert the !I DRUMSTICKS OR .II 1 I beef steaks !1


Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon I I
were euests Of honor at a 11 roasts.
birthday dinner last Saturdayat LEG 1 1 1
the home of Mr. and Mrs.' QUARTERS I I i I
Volney Wall In Keystone
Heights. Present were Mr. and I I I. I 1II

Mrs. Saxon Mr. and Mrs. Wall, I I
-
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. flirt and FOOD FAI R I I
sons Hollan Payne, Mrs. Katie I
Saxon and Ernestine Strickland. I BONUS QUALITY Merchants I
I
Mrs. Saxon's 86th birthday was I US DEPT OF AGRICULTURE FREE TOOl! I
angllN syApan
Friday March 21, and Mr. Saxons BUY! I I
Thurs- I
87th birthday was GRADED
day. March 20. I I
Mr.- and Mrs. Otto Hicks began I I
I U.S. CHOICE l
work on ther! new homeon QUICK FROZEN l I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY I
Road 325 south of I
State
2nd.
I THRU WEDNESDAY APRIL
Hampton last week. The new I I
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED5II
house Is located on their farm I I
across the road west of where I I
they lived before moving to
Gainesville last year.
Mrs. Foster Hayes visited

J her mother. Mrs. Bailey, in SIRLOIN U.S.CHOICE U.S.CHOICE LEAN FRESHGROUND
Lakeland.Inez .
Kay of Jacksonville wasa RIB, FULL CUT ROUND CROSS RIBROAST CALIFORNIA
Sunday visitor here with Mr, OR BONELESS SHOULDER
and Mrs. George Saxon. Also
visiting the Saxons on Sunday STEAKSSMOKED ROAST
were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gara-
falo Apopka. rpoD isle 8000 RAIa FOOD FAIq
popAlar.haroicl
A program on mission worlf: 5 .$1.99

in the United Wednesday States evening was presented at- Lt glllE LI t111tE Lt.gNIE.

the Hampton Baptist Church by
ladles of the missionary society.
Taking part were Mrs. George
Kennan, Mrs. Don Hill, Mrs.E. .
L. Birt, and Mrs C. R. MILD DAISY
Hicks. AZALEA BRAND PREPARED POODS BY HEAT1M SERVIBMEADCD


I PURE PORKSAUSAGE I CHEESEWEDGES

i
SAUSAGE SHRIMP CREOLE
News About
PURE FORK-SMAU LINKS OR MIAT RAVIOir PORTIONS

Colored Citizens

2 LBROLL :
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RECREATION NEWS
The Reno Recreation Center
closed out their basketball sea
son with a dinner honoring the N w,. r--------l
Falcons and cheerleaders for LOTUS BRAND
the wonderful job they did this KLEENEX PACKER'S LABEL I 115c OFF I II
season. The cheerleaders presented >. ROSE DALETOMATO RIPPLESLICED MUSHROOMS-
I I II
an Identification brace SLICEDPINEAPPLE
let to Mr. Jackson in appreciation PRINT I 3 boxes I II
He la
leadership
of his 1":1' \

thoughtfulne&s.grateful to the group for their POTATOES TOWELS STEMS AND PIECES I BETTY LAYER CROCKER CAKE MIX 'I

Registration will start Monday I I

March 31, for girls softball 79o> CANS 4ox c I
3/l 4/l I : "oooAie, :O011rooaloaONIr I
baseball. Anyone 16ox IN HIAVYSYRUP' CANS
and boys COUPON IJI"' ..'amt led.. !*.
between the ages of 9 and 17 CAN ROLLS I I
CAN
oz COUPON NO. 151
may participate. The deadlinefor
registration is Friday, April I L-.I I

18. Everyone will have to regis- I
ter before participating. Recreation I i

Insurance will also be KING SIZE I
offered.Mr. I. FOLGERSCOFFEE I I
Jackson Is asking all boysto ALL PURPOSE I
please turn In their basket
ball uniforms on or before Friday I GAIN OR AJAXDETERGENT I

SCHOOL, April NEWS 14. I I I EATING OR COOKINGAPPLES I

Spring holidays will start Friday -
March 28, through April II I
7. The staff Is hoping for all d.e i
the happiness that Easter time 6. toF
brings, and all the gaiety that
seems to go with Spring, to all I
students In Bradford County I / 1 I

CHURCH NEWS LB 5 I 1I I
Greater Bethlehem Free Will
Baptist Church Rev. Jasper I CAN I I LB 58/II t I
Williams pastor. Monday night I 4
Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir I I I BAG I
No. 3 will rehearse. Tuesday I
t SAVE UP TO 44< 1
night Choir No. 1 rehearsal.
Wednesday night Prayer Meeting I LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER I I I

Friday night Prayer Band
Meeting. Saturday night dinner
will be sold from the kitchen. ELSfWHERC
6/65<
Sunday School at 9:30. Educa- CLOVER VALLIY I FYNE TASTECalifornia CRISP CELLO U.S. NO. 1CARROTS

tional Day will be observed FREESTONE | LIBBY'S GERBER'SBABY '
Sunday. Everyone Is asked to
make this a successful day. FOOD
Greater Allen Chapel AMIS PEACHES I POTATOES
Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson
pastor'Rev. 'A. R. Richardson, WHOll KIBNIL 0 CBIAM STTII17oz
Presiding Elder of the West 29oz CANS Alt SISAINIDVABUIIIS
Jacksonville District: held Sec / / A
last AND JUICISREG. A1
ond Quarterly Conference
Sunday, concluding a very successful CANS JAR BAG
quarter. Rev. Sampsonwas
unable to be present be-
cause of illness. The officers
. and members carried on In
his absence. FANCY NEW
FRESH FIRM
All NEW IMPROVED
Sunday School at 10 a.m. BORDEN'SINSTANT
GOLDEN f IEET FROZEN TASTE TREAT ICED ASS'T NEW!
with Mrs. P. B. Delestre In YELLOWONIONS GREENCABBAGE
charge. She Is asking all parents BREADEDSHRIMP SWEET BUNS WINE, BANANA OR SPICE
to send their children to

practice Wednesday afternoonat LOAF CAKES
4:30: for the Easter program. POTATOES 11 MOM UMS NUT BUMS CIMMAMON BUNS
Each parent asked to pleasecooperate PINIAmi BUNS BLUIBItMV BUMS

with this activity. 16.5ozPKG 97 v 3/l; 3/l

la Til. Circuit Court Of Tie Ij
,Eighth Judicial. Circuit of Florid
In And Far Bradford Coy.5 .-
.; ,. Florida
March 27, l 1969 TELEGRAPH Page 13



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Lake Butler Youth Top Winner J p Local Postal Clerks Unhappy ."...


In Poultry, Rabbit Exhibits. [ r. __ With Proposed Pay ScheduleOrganized J


Bobby Wlnnlnghbti. of Lake exhibits Including the most outstanding postal clerks here the comparable average for VOLUME
Butler was named the outstanding of the poultry and rabbit S. W"'M rejected today Federal pay adjustments private Industry."
exhibitor in the poultry show with a prize hen. ac n recommended la Under the new recommendations
rabbit and miscellaneous live cording to Asst. County Agent Oi Washington which they claim the average payline for
stock divisions at the Bradford Bobby Taylor ? irr would be at least 18 months behind Grades GS-5. to which postal IS THEANSWER

County Fair last week. Sidney Padgett ran Winning- the rising Index of living clerks and letter carriers are
Winningham had 15 different ham a close second with 14 blue costs by the time they got It. linked :Is $7.618. but the Budget
ribbon exhibits.Joe The Budget Bureau and the Bureau and the Civil Service

Gunter had 9 blue rib Civil Service Commission In !have set 'the clerks-carriers ,I
bons In the poultry division Washington have just recom- payline at W.794.
FLORIDATHEATRE Danny Padgett 7, Joe Winning. mended a 4.1 per cent pay "tinder this kind of fiscal discrimination -

ham 6, Kenny Chitty. Gary raise for most postal clerics ," Hall added SERVICE is the answer to volume!
Bakken and Joseph Starling and letter carriers as the third "most Federal classified employees
:had 2 each, and Bobby Dodd and final adjustment due July will be getting more That's why we cay "Service Is Our Business."
Bill McGill, Donald Jackson, 1 under the 1967 Salary Reform than twice as much as we are." was,. giving the best possible service to the
Edwin Atwood, Dale Traylor, Law. But Ed Hall Secretary of !The July raise for most Federal finest customers in the world. If you are a

SHQWTIME, Joe Wlnningham. Jerald Smith ,Local: 2782 United Federation of classified employees will average PONTIAC owner you know what we mean'-

Weekdays 7 P. M. and Gary Prevatt. dl Postal Clerks here, called the '.1 per cent. if not we invite you to compare our Service
144 exhibits en- r4 proposal "a double insult" Hall said the AFL-CIO Clerks
There were Facility with other anywhere! Inspect our
Sunday 3 P. M. fps"Y any
"First he said "It's based on tmdon:
tered in the poultry rabbit and largest In the Federal beautiful customer waiting room completewith
Saturday 1 P. M. offical labor statistics of the government -doe
miscellaneous divisions Taylor not oppose TV and the latest in all
magazines -
Department of Labor which are the bigger
FRL SAT. MAR. 28, 29 pay raises recom- designed with and comfort in mind!
t w up to a year and a half or mended for other employees you your
Double Feature Program ___ more behind today's averagoof "We Just want the Government
.
It'saRING-A-DING said.iTATi'iiT' comparable salaries In private to keep its promise to us." he 69 TEMPEST
AFFAIR! ; Two of the youngest trophy winners In the Saturday afternoon Industries goal we were added "that wage comparabil
LAUGH Horse Frolics were Cindy Jordan 6, and Mike Jordan, supposed to achieve by mid- Sty with equivalent work In

4, whose parents are Air. and Mrs. Robert Jordan of Route 1969." private Industry will be achieved
no later than this "
By ElIZa Blanchard 1, starke. Cindy won 1st place In the 0-7 age group In "Secondly the bureaucrats Hall year. w
pointed
out that the
...... .,. Cloverleaf and Basketweave while :Mike won the first trophyof have deliberately based their continuing failure of postal

GAINESVILLE: DISTRICT: his riding career' in the Texas: Barrell Weave. recommendations for us on clerks to achieve wage comparability -
A1YK RALLY HELD averages below comparable :industrial "is the true yardstick of
Lamar Priest Dean and Norman levels whereas in most Just how far behind we have

Traylor. Debbie Nap.er, Horse Frolics Trophies AwardedRiders other Government pay grades lagged In sharing the abundanceof
and Ricky and Debbie Starling the Federal payline Is above the 60's."

from the Lawtey Methodist ..:
rW4,101"1s Barrell Weave
Church, attended the Gainesville from Lake Butler Pa- Texas
District Youth Rally Mon- latka Starke Clay Mavericks. Pony Cindy Hester: (0-7) ; Mike mother. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson ,. T... r.m..y J.**.'. Court
Jordan; 8-12. Paul Brown:: and sister :Mrs. Daisy Of ItrnrlfAr Cooah Florida. IB
DlSNEYp..lln"HAVLEV day night. March 17, at First Southslde Sundowners and Bock
Arnold Boyd; .r..Rf. No. Sports Coupe with all rind him, button radio
Girls Teresa ; over the weekend SADIE O. ) push ,
Church, Ga:nesv11le.The several other groups participated In R.: Entats of tinted
Tommy Smith; Seniors. GradY' fOnRHI Tecesud.NYrI glass, undercoating and Much much mart R.-
young people enjoyed a In the successful Hone tad,
pries $2393.76.
CRETTTOR9
TO
MILLSHAYLEY Jack Benny. J. P. Bennett Charles Moore of Lake
wonderful program of folk sing Frolics sponsored by the Bradford Lloyd: Mrs. All rivdltom nf the Estate of
Ind : Powder Puff Alegra City spent the weekend with SADIK, O. MORRIS deceased
ing and an inspiring message Roping Club at the Fair '
W. F. Moore are hereby notified' and required -
MILLS by Rev. Brad Dlnsmorc of grounds last Saturday final Sanders.Basket Mr. and Mrs. to> tits any claim. or demands!! 2199 After $299
Weave of Charles (Chuck)
Friends which they may have against
Jacksonville. day of the 1969 Fair. Down, Cash
Pwiy Cindl Hester; (0-7.) Cin Moore will be Interested to wild est..t.. In the offlcw of the
The FELLOWSHIP DINNER County .Ttidgo fff Brnrtfivrd Tonn- or Trade
Grace United Methodist dy Jordan: 8-12 Ronnie Hall: learn that he will return home ty, Florida. In the Courthouse
Trophies were presented to Girls. Debbie Bobo: Boys Eddy from Thailand this week. at !Starke' Florida within nixcalendar .
PARENTWRAP the 1st place winners in each Hazen; Seniors Grady Lloyd: Mrs. Wiles. Dawson. and baby the first months publication. trmrn the of dateof this. 69 FIREBIRD
event as follows: Jack Benny. Doyle Hazen; visited her parents. Mr. and nntlce. Each claim or demand
and must
he In writing
301DRIVEI Powder Puff. Alegra Sanders. Mrs. R. H. McGauley. at Day- state must the place of r..*.M npe and
; Cloverleaf Arena Race tona Beach on Sunday. post office address of tho claimant -

... Pony Class Cindl Hester; (0-7) Pony. Bruce Grlffls; (0-7) : Cin- the and claimant must, MB be sworn agent. to or his by.
age group Cindy Jordan: 8-12;' dy Jordan; 8-12. Paul Brown; :Mr. and Mrs. Stanley French.Sr. attorney or It will become voidaccording
N of Jacksonville spent the law.rharlen .
to
A aA Ronnie Arnold Boys
Hall; Girls Betty Ann Girls, Teresa : M. SchmlCHAHMSa
F.w Grlffls; Boys Kelly Forsyth; Kelly Forsyth: Seniors. Grady weekend with their eonlnlawand M. SCHMITT. as Ad-
,., Mr. and !Mrs.! B. the Estate of
daughter mlnirtrator of
Senior Jim Benny Lloyd Jack Benny J, P. Ben-
Drawdy; Jack :; : SADIE O. MORRIS deceased.Rnene .
SHOW BEGINSAT Doyle Hazen; Powder Puff,.' nett; Powder Puff. Alegra San L. WllkLson Jr., at their home F. Shaw k I ti ) 4
7 :00 P.M.ADMISSION Algera Sanders. ders. here.Mr. E1TQFINEJ F. SHAW
Can Street
STARR'NO and Mrs.. Ray Dorman. 143 Nest
MAUREEN O'HARA : of Gainesville were guests of Attorney Btnrke. Florida for Administrator.
Adults 75c; Students 60c Church held its annual Charge Fla.: Mr. and Mrs. Ferrin his brother-in-law and sister Flret Publication: March JT

BRIAN KEITH Children Under 12 Free Conference on March 9, when Grimes Bowling Green: Mr. Mr and Mrs. Bryant Reddish I9M- S-2T 4t 4-17
and Mrs Nelson Blacker Lake attended the -
Friday. They
new officers were elected for on
PLUS FRI., SAT., SUN. City; Mrs. H. K. Biggs Barber. Bradford County Fair In the BIO Hardtop coupe, Vendors green with black' vinyl roof,
the church \starting TNVITATIWV TO
new year
Double :Feature Program vllle; Mrs Martha Mlley Jacksonville afternoon. Notice In herehv Riven that fully equipped with 350 V-8, automatic transmission,
June 1. After the conte1'ence.presided Beach Mrs. Nielard ,tho Keystone Heights; Fire Te. power .steering power disc brakes, air; conditioned tintedgloss
HIGH WILD over by District Supt. ; Tmrtment will receive sealed radio heater, console, white wall tires, deluxe
.........-.- Rev. John Stkes a covered dish: Rich and son. Don West Palm Martin McGauley who has bids up to and Including 7-30 De- wheal covers only 4,050 miles. List price $4201.57.
rawwo.aua. Beach; Mrs. Ruth Barthlow. sun,. April 10 *t the Flro Stock No. I77TB.
fZ 14ixca supper was served by the ladles his sister Mrs Wiles Danson. partment.
FREESUN. : J1 (}) tt of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nugen and l left for West Palm Beach on 3.27 2t. 4-3
AND CHUKCII SCHEDULES Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barthlow Sunday. After $300

i Adams Grace United Methodist! -Sun- Mlddleburg; Mr. and Mrs. Bob- Mrs. Mary Sweet of San DI. INVITATIOV TO niT 2995 Down Cash
day School. 9:45: a.m. Worshipat by Biggs. and Mr. and (Mrs ego, Calif., is spending some Wd will h.. received at the or Trade
., MON., TUES.What's 11 and 7:30.: Choir Practice Lonnie Harley. Starke. time with her son-dn-law and ,nROepnipment $1.000 OPMPumner >W-

7 p.m Wednesday. followed by :Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Starlingand daughter. Mr. and Mrs Ken-. Fire Truck and equip,, I
baby of Lakeland were ment. Specifications. mew he htained -
bothering you, r MYF. weekend of Mr. and Mrs. neth Dunlap. hv. rnntncttng'CAlef, TOI- ., 68 GTO .
guests "
.
First Baptist Sunday School. :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore : ftenfiett.-I'll'1eDThe *>Ire -el.v. I
Mrs. Campbell baby. Bill Gaskins. of At crone Heights" ', FI ?
9:43 Worship at'11 and and daughter. Charlene ,vinyl
: am. Mrs. Gletta Shephard and Department pcc.lflclallv' reserves Beige with gold top ,power steering, power brakes,
What rat left you in Italy 7:30.: Training Union 6:30.: Mid- lanta. Ga., Mrs. C. Y. Mayo the right to accept or relect air conditioned, white wall tires, automatic transmission,
with a beautiful week Service 7:30 p.m. Wed daughter of Jacksonville We'erecent and Mrs. Max Sparks of Tam any or all bids In whoa 87r1n/8A very low mileage.
guests of the Luell Tan and Mrs. Will Edwards of
bouncing;!: souvenir? nesday. pa, -
KWUCIXM/ 1O( ISCO('A PAJlAIIOONI) RlllASE Church of God Sunday ners.Mr. Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. $3195
and Mrs. Earl Starlingand
11 and Fred Moore on Saturday. after
School 9:43.: Worship at Florida fresh water tuning
family of. Lakeland were
PLUS : noon. license cost $3.00 per year and
7:30.Highland weekend guests at the home of Mitchell Bradley of Jacksonville fish
Baptist Sunday fishermen may take 75 game 68 CHEVELLE
C PARENTS AREIMPOSSIBLE School 9:43.: Worship at 11 and Mr. and Mrs J. B. Gaskins. spent the weekend with per day. Bag limit Includes 10
I 7:30.: Choir Practice 6:30.: Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Manus GriffLs Bennie Wllkison. 3rd at his bass 15 pickerel and 50 jwnflsh. Malibu, SS 396 gray with black vinyl top, automatic
Meeting 7:30: pm. Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grif- ;home here. In some areas the limit larger. transmission, power steering and brakes. Factory sitconditionedsharp.
? fis. of Palatka. visited their .
J ,
E PERSONALSMrs. $2895
4 Don Denton and children -

spent last weekend with

lion her mother Mrs. Thelma Pagan
and family in Boynton Beach. 67 TEMPEST
Rev. Denton went down on
Tuesday and the family returned Custom Sport Coup, V-8, automatic I transmission solid
white with red interior. Low mileage.
with him Wednesday.The .
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Clay County In Airport Controversy


KEYSTONE Moves Toward--
HEIGHTS MELROSE
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_J-J- wnruww School Bonds FAA And CityTo i

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The Clay County: School

Keystone Board has taken the first step
i 11 'I toward a $6.15 million bond issue

I : to finance a five-year capital Meet
HiliteSl
PJcaRe By JIM I I improvement program. MondayThe
Phone In 1 Your At a recent special meeting,

a- .' the 'board employed the firm of
'- Scruby & Young of Orange
WOMAN'S CLUB r' ''E Park as attorneys, and the firm Miami office of the Fed. !Fremont Tolles is drawing up since 1947.

FASHION- TALENT SHOW director.All : of Pierce. Wulburn and Mur- eral Aviation Agency has requested the new lease of Airport prop- He said the Airport had
.
volunteers are Invited to a conference with the erty to the Keystone HeightsSportsmen's
The Fashion and Talent Show, phey of Jacksonville as fiscal meant nothing but trouble to
attend the coffee.DUPLICATE ... Keystone Heights City Council] Club. which was
sponsored by the Junior and agents. the City of Keystone since it
for a review of Airport negotiations agreed upon by a 3-1 vote at a
C
Senior Woman's Club last Friday Clay County School Superintendent was acquired more than 20
night, was most BRIDGE Jesse Tynes said the since 1947 and Mayor G special meeting of the Council
and
success- CANCER ,. years ago that he personally -
ful, according to Mrs. Henry CRUSADE OFFICERS FOR 1969: (standIng next step will be the circulation Raymond Starnes has posted Tuesday nIght! March 18. "would like to see the city
The Duplicate Bridge Club Frank Ellis, vice president Orange Park. Seated (from notice that the meeting will be Council Chairman Everett "
Schuber, publicity; chairman. left): (f a petition calling for an elec- get rid of it.
Leila's Dress Shop of Starke sponsored by the Keystone Heights Jttrs. Ralph P, Barker, vice president, Keystone Heights: Mrs. tion. It will have to be signed held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Fox .said yesterday that if the Fox indicated that if more

presented a group of new spring Woman's Club, meets Jack Hallenbeck, Secretary; Mrs. Maybell Manning; vice presi by one-fourth of the qualltledvotP.rB !March 31, in the mun1 ipal attorney completes work on the difficulty Is encountered with,

fashions with Mrs. Elam Glis- every Monday evening at 7:30 dent, Mlddleburr; Mrs. Dwight: Kearns, Education and Public in Clay County before an building. new lease in time, he will calla FAA over the matter, he would.
sion, Mrs. Walter Bunce, Mrs. In the clubhouse. These sessions :Relations; Mrs. Louis Huntley President election can be held. "Any interested group or Individuals special meeting of the Council suggest holding a ref"rendumto
,
H. Harper, Mrs. Floyd Koons, are open to the public. Orange Park. Though the petition calling] are welcome to at- later ths! week for final approval see if the voters of Keystone
Mrs Ralph Griffin, and Miss Last week's winners were: for an election can be signedby tend this meeting" Mayor star- of the lease so It can be would be willing to give it

Katie HInck as models. First place with 24 points,Mrs. New Officers any qualified voter, only nes said In his notice. presented to FAA officials Monday "I would like to see It turned up.
Arnold Larsen
The children who modeled Included and Mrs. Joe In a letter received by the night.
Rene Dey; second place with 19 points, Are InstalledBy NEWS NOTES taxpaying freeholders will be week FFA officials over to the State for use as a
Cheryl, Mark,and Mrs. eligible to vote on the bond is Mayor this Before the Monday meetingwas park or some other worthwhile
Margie Young, Joyce Moore, Heptinstall and Mrs. Au- sue. asked for a meeting tonight requested, it had been "
PattY and Connie Trlest., Bar- brey Bannister; and third place Eastern Star By Helen Ef an Tl (Thursday), but due to the planned to have Mayor Starnes purpose, Fox declared.
Teresa with 18 points, Mrs. Sch e School Board has proposed The proposed new lease allows
bara and Pam Henry
Farris, shortness of time and the fact carry the lease to Miami for
Turknett uber and Louie Kyle. The Installation elf new officers the bond issue to financethe the Sportsmen'? Club use
Cindy Donald Ashton, that the annual meeting of ClayElectric approval or rejection by FAA.
and Veazy Walker, Jr. BOWLING NEWS of the Keystone Heights EASTERN STAR major portion of an estimated !- is of approximately 2,200 acres of
Cooperate being "
"Evidently they don't like
Mrs. Ralph Thomas of Orange The Northeast Florida Tra- Chapter of Eastern Star was The first regular OES Chap. $7.7 million in school held today. Mayor starne-j suggested what we're doing." Fox said the 2.700 acre airpark for a
Park, formerly of Keystone, vel Bowling League played on held In the Masonic Temple at ter meeting of the new year construction and Improvements a postponement until yesterday in rental fee of $1 for the first
served as commentator for the March 9 at Bellalr Lanes In 8 P.m. Saturday March 15. was enjoyed by some 50 mem-, recommended by the State Department Monday, which was agreeablewith to meet diseasing and FAA'srequest year and $250 J rflr: year for each
review all
program. Ormond Beach. The local Installing officers were Past bers and officers! on March 18. : of Education after a year thereafter. The lease
Singers for the talent pro- team, DeWitt C. Jones, took Grand Matron Verna Brice assisting The Worthy Matron's opening !survey made last fall. The: figures In the FAA. meanwhile- attorney leases letters and other transactions would run from Sept. I, 19C8 to
gram Included Miss Roxanne four points from Gator Lanesof Past Grand Patron Vincent address was In keeping with were based on projections concerning the Airport Sept 1, 1972.Gallop .

Ketch, who sang "Cycles," and Jacksonville. Brice. Past Grand Patron! her theme for the new year. for fast-growing Clay County
Miss Bonnie Adams, who sang Neoma Nelson of the local E. W. Garris, and Associate "Love and Friendship." Her where enrollment is expected
"Chinese Figurine" and team had hieh game of 198 Grand Matron Jessie Mae colors are red and white with to climb about 10,000 from its Garden CIuH Random House, sponsors of the Named

"More." They were accom- and high series of 686. Hicks. Grand Instructor Marl the red rose as her flower. present 7,000 figure during the Has Workshop contest. All fourth graders who:! (
panied by Mrs. Janelle The local team will be Chaplain'' next five participated in the contest will 'k'
Whiteat play- White served as A memorial service was :held years. 'Scout of Year'At
the piano. Ing against Jet Lanes April Grand Treasurer as Marshall for the late G. E. Wiggins anda The state survey called for a On ArrangingA also receive a book.
Miss Elaine Lovorn who 13 at Sanford. Following this new high school in License plates with "Inter- Court' of Honor
represented and Past Grand Organist Ima dedicatory tribute was sent Green Cove !:
Florida In the National meet, a banquet dinner will be Williams. to the family. Mr. Wiggins and I Springs. a new elementary demonstration of Cower laclicn Rams" are on sale to

Miss Rural Electrification held to climax this year's bowl- Associate Matron Jo Reed the late Ed Larson donated the school In Orange Park and ex arrangements was given by: those who are Interested. They: Marshall: Gallop Jr. received
pageant in Atlantic City Ing activities. tensive< Mrs. Durwood Foshee. at are priced at $1.25 and can be Troop 105's
presented Incoming Worthy: land upon which the (Masonic renovation and expansion Sr. "Scout of the Year"
last week, was presented during ROTARY Matron Grace Keeth with her Temple is built. at a :number of other the workshop of the Garden purchased from Mrs. Byron award at the annual Parents'

the program. CLUBA gavel, a gift of the officers. Reports of the past year were schools Including Keystone Club of the Lakes held In St. Courtney in Melroee. Night banquet and Court of

The committee for this event, Upon retirement of the 1698 read and Mr. and Mrs. Hector Heights.It William's Hall at 10 a.m. Thurs- There was a mix-up In who' Honor\ In the Woman's Club
headed by Mrs. Clyde; Ashton, Electric representative Co. of of General officers, the 1969 officers enter- Ownbey were thanked for would require an estimated day, March 20. win be selling tickets for the building last Saturday.

expresses thanks to all who guest speaker at Gainesville the was ed and were escorted to their' gifts of chain plaques for theirI I 56 to 1 B mills to pay off the Mrs. Foahee gave Interpretations Annual Sports Award Banquetat

helped make the show a suc- Heights Rotary Club last Keystone Friday places for installation by iM'ar-.. retiring officer. The late Jim I proposed $6 is million figure. of arrangements to catmyout Interlachen. No students win Gallop. who has been in
cess. Proceeds will be used shall Mary Laura Johnson.. Gaboradi made these plaques The remainder of the funds the theme "Floral Melo have tickets. Those handfng the Scouting; for seven years, and

for The the executive scholarship board fund. The speaker discussed the The Instating team presentedthe and in tribute to him. the would come from the State. dies." to be used In the Second tickets will be Mes. Frances ha j held practically every troop

club will meet at 9:30 of the application of dry cells, noting following officers: Worthy Ownbeys made possible this Tynes said !the board hopes a Annual Flower Show on Satur Clayton. Mrs. Caroline West. office, was' selected for the

Tuesday, April 1, In the: club-a.m. the advantages of the old and Matron, Grace Keeth; Worthy: tfft.; proposed. reultlmilllon dollar day. April 26 from 1:30: to 7 Mrs. Jo Mathews. Mrs. Ruth honor by feUow members of
house. new cells. He pointed out that Patron Winton Keeth: Assoc- The Grand Chapter of Florida statp capital :improvement for p.m. In the Masonic Hall. The Courtney Mrs. Beverly Jenkins the troop. The award was presented -

The club will sponsor an April his company Is now manufacturing iate Matron Jo Reed; Associate will meet for the 64th An. schools will pats and that the public is cordially invited to at- Mrs. Virginia Christie./ by Mayor G. Raymond

Fool's Day desser and card pal cells that are rechargeable Patron. Gilbert Reed: Secretary nual Session at the Bayfront t county could pet! the funds from tend. Starnes.

ty at 1 p.m. Tuesday, April which would save the con- Beatrice Schroeder; Center Convention Hall in St. that source. However he said High School Gardeners, assisted -
1. in the clubhouse. Men are sumers an large amount of Treasurer Vera Owrtbey: Con Petersburg April 811. Mr:m. if the state plan passed and, by Mrs. J. Miller!]) Wrin Gallop, along with John War-
welcome to come by and play money. ductress. Mattie Kingsbury: Lois Kent. WGM, and Ralph S. funds were available for Clay lIe will participate in the show.' INDIAN BEACH ren Jr. was advanced to rank
their favorite card game. Ad- Associate Conductress. Betty: Algee, QGP will preside. Installation County from it. the board would Hostesses for the meeting of Eagle Scout-highest rankIn

mission will be $1, including ALTAR SOCIETY SIkes: and Sentinel Johnny of new Grand Officers not have to sell local bond*, were Mrs. Emery Cooper, Mrs. Scouting -as a highlight of
Klngsbury. the elected officers. will take place Friday April Tynes; : .sold.weekend. Emily Ison Mrs. Don Pang- (Lake Santa Fe) the program.

tax.Mrs.. Earl Voyles chairman, Five members of St. Will- The Worthy Matron had filled 11, at 8 p.m.. when Jessie Mae born, and Mrs. Willette Vogft. By: Michael II. Chitty
with Mrs. Fremont Tolles as lam's Altar Society; attended ttie following appointive offices: Hicks of Gainesville Chapter The business session was con\ Phone 475-1612 More than 100 persons attended -
co-chairman. Committee; me- the East Coast Deanery Meet- ChaPlain. Jerry Jackson: Marshall will be installed as Grand Wor, Mrs. Beanie Prince Is home ducted; ,by the president, Mrs. the banquet, with guests!

mbers are Mrs. R. L. Walker ing In Palatka on March 19. Paddy GUrie; Organist. thy Matron. Hector Ownbey of from the hospital, but will haveto A. E. Bachm .nn. Twenty mem from Jacksonville and Gainesville
Mrs. George Crego, Mrs. Mrs. Emery Cooper was elected Irene Williams: Adah. Janet Keystone Chapter, with Worthy: return shortly for surgery. bers and one guest attended this Since we didn't have any troubles as well as Keystone

Tom Crutchfield, Mrs. Winton to the Diocesan Board. Hayner; Ruth, Nell Duncan: Matron Grace Keeth. Any Star Miss Zoe Terry is staying at meeting.!! these days, we now have District
Keeth, Mrs. Albert Nelson, and Local members attending Included Esther, Chessle Devrlck: Martha member wishing to attend may: her home on Lake Santa Fe. about 250 new telephone numbers Scout CommissionerMilledge '' :!
Mrs. Bessie Bowen. Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. E. Sarah Hallman: Electa. call Secretary Rca Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marsden party. to learn. And the beautyof Murphey III ass !ted
There will be table prizesand Raynor; Mrs. Edward O'Dono- Marion Driscoll; and Warder. Chapter members reported ill of Bennington Vt. are visiting It Is, when ycu dial a disconnected :In presentation of the many

door prizes. ghue Mrs., Mrs. Janet Lamm and Helen Kennedy. were Mrs. Daisy Hall, who was her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest The main purpose of the number, the thing Just ceremonies.awards which featured the

Lena Clemens. They were M The Ed ,kawriTgwgJwft* hospitalized following a fall; Bartlett.Mr. meeting was to discuss plans keeps on ringing and .ringing So
CANCER; CRUSADEOn accompanied by Father Augustine ''' ." a.nd'Mrs. Leonard Graham for the May Fair the spring '
, Griffin jjresented to tne worYn OTuTrOTi Sarah McDonald and Sarah]F you can't tell whether the !partyyou've
March 13, new officers who was spirit- and children have moved carnival to be held May 3.
by outgoing WM Paddy Gllrie. Hallman. who have been confined L- dialed Is not home, or the
were elected for the Clay ual moderator forSt.William's. with cm Melrose to Hawthorne.Mr. Mrs. Charlene Brantley and
Outgoing Worthy Patron presented flu. Sympathy was number has .been changed. KEYSTONE
County; unit of the American and Mrs. Dick Durbin Mrs. Marie Hutson have been
the Larson Jewel to theWorthy expressed. on the loss of Mrs. From now on !the new ''NewsNumber"
Cancer Society at the Clay WHITAKER DOWLING Patron. Floyd Gllrle Rosalie Origin's brother. and children of Tampa have made co-chairmen of this event. is 475-1612. Now we
County; Health Department in The been visiting! his parents. Mr. There is a great :need for
presented his mother with the next Chapter Meetlnwill
: have to learn all those new numbers -
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Green Cove Springs. Ralph
and Mrs. C. W. Durbin, and workers for the carnival. Any-
Past Matron's Jewel ring, and be held on April 1. Members
Whitaker the for calling for HEIGHTS
The announce your news
Woman's Club will spon- engage-
who Is interested please
Ws. brother-in-law and sister. one ,
Vera Ownbey presented her may secure the new YearBooks
ment of their Janice and whether not
the daughter or
number -
sor Keystone area of donations :your
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Corey. contact one of these ladles or
husband Past Patron'sPlaque by calling the .
a
secretary.HOMEMAKERS
for this worthy cause. Elizabeth, to Donald Russell has been changed. So, if
Members of the Melrose Elementary of the officers.
Mrs. Ralph Barker, vice- Dowling, son of W. Q. Dowl- as lie received the PastPatron's : CLUB School, PTA would like one There Is also need for Itemsto we ''happen not to call, an Jewel last The regular business and
president of the Keystone Woman's ing Jr., Keystone Heights and year.
have
some news please give usa
to thank all those who came to be sold in the country store
Esther Past Matron Beatrice Schroe- program meeting was held
Club will be chairmanfor Mrs. Dowllng, Jackson- on .
ring any time over the weekend -
the Plant Sale and made it especially canned goods and
the club's campaign.Mrs. ville. der presented to the chapter March 19 in Clay Electric hall
Barker said that more The wedding will be at 8 p.m. Star Point Pins, which each with Mrs. Hazel Davis presidIng such a success. kitchen utensils, If you have : till around 9 pm. on Sun AUTO

volunteers are needed for the on June 7 in the First Baptist year at installation. Mary Lau .Mrs. Emily fcxm had attended The women of the Episcopal anything please contact !MM:' day.Your SERVICE
campaign which will be held Church, Newberry. S. C. ra Johnson Grand Treasurer the Leaders Training Church also reported, a very Cbiappinl at 475-4751 or Mrs.. rolling-rejxwter Is glad
during April. Any person Interested The bride elect graduated assists in presenting to the five Meeting In Green Cove Springs successful Rummage Sale Sat- Rowe at 4755692.LANGUAGE to say he Is finally feeling !some Complete Auto RepairsAir

in working on the committee from Newberry IIlgh School,and Star Points. and presented the program on urday. ARTS better after being sick for two Conditioning Repairs
is asked to call Mrs. made her debut in 1965 at the Associate Matron Jo Reed "Tallormade Foods." Don't forget that there will be An :interesting program washeld 'Weeks. I don't know whether I &: Automatic Transmission

Barker at 473-3112. Debutante Club Ball, Spartan- sang two solos on the occasion The club welcomed two visit a Bake Sale at the Post Office at Elementary School had the flu, a virus. a cold or Service

The Official "kick-off" will burg. Miss Whitaker Is a of the installation of the Worthy: ors. Miss Margaret Hammer Saturday, March 29. at the 'Melrose Thursday concerning languagearts. 'what, b.Jt: it sure had me down PHONE

be a coffee at the Robert senior at Newberry College, Matron and Worthy Patron. of St. Louis.!! Mo., who Is a Post Office beginning at Principal Maude WatklnS for quite a while. Even after I 473-4404
Meyer Hotel in Jacksonvilleon where she is a member of Leamon Ward. Chaplain! of the house guest of Mrs. Mltta Loe- 9 a.m. It Is sponsored! by the explained what the staff at Melrose started feeling better, I was so Little Lake Bedford

March 25, at 10 a.m. Virginia Alpha XI Delta sorority. Melrose Masonic! Lodge. offered beck of Crystal Lake and (Mrs.. WSCS of the United Methodist Is hoping to accomplish weak I could hardly go. So I'd

Graham, of television's Her fiance graduated from the benediction after which the Mignon Whitcomb a friend of Church. through the language arts pro- advise you to be careful not to BEAUTY SHOP
"Girl Talk," will speak as Robert E. Lee H P-h School and Retiring March formation was :Mrs. Harriet Bickford. The Mable Pearsall Circle of gram at the school. get caught by it. It's .no fun at
this year's national crusade from Newberry College, wherehe the United Methodist Church The Librarian. Mrs. Ayleen
Due to KEYSTONEBEAUTY
symbolic of the new Worthy: present circumstancesof all. After I .started feeling better,
was a member of Alpha Tau
will Smith, explained the
meet import-
Matron's emblem, The Cross. inconvenience the members Wednesday. March 26. the rest of the family came down
DRAGLINE WORK Omega fraternity.; Following the ceremony. ft voted to delete the coffee snack at the home of MIS.. G. Smithon ance of the library in the language with something, so things are SHOP

HULLDOZINGEARTH HERE 'N THERE social] hour was held In the banquet until next fall. There will only Lake Swan. arts program still fouled up around home. EDITH JOHNSON, Owner
Mrs. Ralph Griffin win be In Mrs. Grace Barbot talked
be
room. two more meetings. In April Personal
MOVING Wednesday, my mother Cricket and Creative Hair '
R. U. Tillis celebrated his and May until next September. charge of t the study. which will about the place of music in the Grandmother Copeland, his Kv rr Form of Beauty Btyl-

CALL 87th birthday on March 17, witha PERSONALS be on the Book of John. program, Culture Tu<*.-6at. 9-5; closed
Uncle Howard dinner party given by his More than 450.000 resident DUPLICATE BRIDGE Parents then went into the Monday.
Big Chief HeavyConstruction daughter, Gladys.Mr. fishermen are estimated to be Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Hab- Winners last week of the classrooms! where the teachers Bradberry of Oxford> Ala., andI

and Mrs. Harvey Kleinof fishing without a license.A erstroh of Valparaiso. Ind. MeIrose Duplicate Bridge Club explained the methods they went to Willis ton, and visited BUILDING MATERIAL

I Inc. Ocala were Saturday dinner program of progressive research have been visiting their daughter were: MM. Foley Boyd and were using to help develop another aunt Clara Sullivan, HARDWARE

_Palatka 325-7476 guests of Col. and Mrs. Jim and accelerated enforcement and family In South Florida Mrs. John Strawn 1st place; language arts skills. Material] and her daughter Mary Stegal.
Chesslngton and the Chesslng- is needed to safeguard and !stopped off to visit Jack Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mrs. the children were using: was on (Continued on Next Page) BROOKLYN
ton's son-in-law daughter, Florida's waters from potential and Gladys HaberstroJi on their Ray Starnes. 2nd place; Mrs. display.

dangerous foreign fish such as return north. Mary Cook and Miss Iva H1I1yer SCHOOL NEWS SUPPLY HOUSELumber

piranha and walking catfish. Mr. and Mrs. George Watsonof 3rd place; Mrs. B. A. Allen Winners of the "Students Re Plywood Builder'

Williamsburg Va are spending and Mrs. J. W. Foster 4th sponslblllty at School": contest Hardware Roofing Shretrock
Maj. and Mrs. Jim Peterson. several weeks here, occupying place. were announced at an assembly Paneling Paints Insulation

:_ On Sunday, Maj. and Mrs. !the Dye home on Lake Ge- WOMAN'S CLUB meeting Thursday. First prize Tools Electrical & Plumbing

Peterson and two children, neva. Mrs. Runette Davis Home Economics was an !essay! written by Janice BAPTIST Supplies.
I Chris and Julie, left for their Claude Tlllman! Is still confined Extension Agent of Smith a 5th grader. SeconilPr17.e Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886
new home at Wright-Patterson, in the Veterans Hospital AlacTitia County. was guest went to Leslie. Hall a 6th First Church Keystone: sun-
Ohio. We wish them the best :in Gainesville. He was to undergo speaker at the regular semi- grader who made a poster depleting day School 945 ajn. Worship
of luck with their new assignment eye surgery last week, monthly jneettapr of the Melrose the students responsi 11 a.m.. 7:00: p.m. Training Union \ CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR

but it was postponed until this Woman, Club. She talked about bility. Third prize went to Rob- 6:30: p.m. Nursery open,
We were sorry to learn that week. bie Dorman. all services. Rev. Lawrence
another 6th
new Ideas
in weight control grader
Kelly Moran's home burned Carrol pastor.CATHOLIC CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Uthe
who wrote
and showed charts. She emphas- an essay. The stu
__ CALL OR SEEEdward's
ground recently. Mr. Morai s flat rsrsran aneMELROSE
said ized that rnarrv old beliefs about dents woo $5 $3 and $2 respectively. -
that he has been able
to
furnish a trailer thanks to the weight control were not so. Because : St. (William's, Keystone: Sunday \ Buildrng

assistance of his many friends.Mr. a person is fat does not Judges of the contest were Mass, 9 a.m. Wednesday Supply, Inc.
mean they are healthy. Mrs. Helen Long Putnam :Mass and Novena 7 .
Drive and Bank p.m.cOM3nJNI'rY 725 S. MAIN 372-4844
in -
and Mrs. C. E. Mitchelland By Joyce Rower She also explained' that the County Supervisor, Rev. Bill Gainesville
Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tire '
deal weight! at age 25 Is the Poppell. Episcopal: minister! and CHURCH
entertained'friends l with a fish Srssnn.asass.. weight one should Mrs. Richard Moore. Sunday School, 9:40: .A.m,
With Speed and Ease! fry at Camp Montgomery Wed- throughout Hfe. To think carry that Also presented' In the assem\ (Morning Worship, 11. Youth Fellowship NURSERY

nesday evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Currier. it Is alright to put on extra bly program were over 80 service (all] teenagers) 7 p.m..
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. -Jol. Emma E. Voegel returned pounds as the years. go by iswronsr. pins to students who have Pascal Carr director. Holy Communion O.C. Carnes Nursery
Owenby, Mr.and Mrs.Seth Kennedy
March 15 from a three weeks worked in the lunch 1st Sunday each quarter. -
the
Save time and trouble by taking Mr. and Mrs. Everett cruise In the Caribbean visiting room Thousands of plants
And as always the best library, or have been responsible Wednesday Prayer Service,
Fox Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Watson way:
advantage of our drive-In banking Mrs; Hunter, and Mrs. several islands and ports to lose' pounds is to cut down for raising or lowering the 7:30: p.m. Rev. Leon F. Mil- Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
!t Columbia and the Yucatan
Paulette Martin and daughter, a: on eating Jablfs. especially with flag each day.Participation. ncr, pastor.EPISCOPAL. Evergreens
service. Just drive in, and let our Ruby. Peninsula.Mrs. starches and sugar. In these'! activi Camellias & Azaleas
Mr. and Mrs. Abel of \ Douglas MacKeachle and Hostesses were Mrs. ties is strictly a voluntary'
Gary Barbara MOST ALL IN CANS
friendly, courteous tellers serve you Jr. are visiting his mother. Smith. thing. If a student It fired St. Anne's: Holy Communion! ,
Chicago are guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Nicholson or
8 each PLANT ANY TIME
Mrs. Alberta Oliver. Donald has a.m. Sunday. 1st Sunday. -
work is
quickly: and efficiently. Try it soon. Mrs. George Kaufmann and Just returned from .serving! in and PTA Mr NEWS<. Arthur Godley.: must give not up satisfactory their pin ,If they they Holy Communion, 8 ajn.' and Beautiful Roses -

I family.Mr. Vietnam. 9:30: ...m. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Sun-
Youl! be glad you did. and Mrs. Jim Zowarka The Executive Board of the perform satisfactory work the LandscapingUSED
days, (Morning Prayer, 9:30
Mrs. W. B. Dunn of Etowah rest of !the school : a.m.
were weekend guests of Mr. Melroae! PTA held a meeting year, the pin ( CARS
and Mrs. Jim Darby and family Tenn. Is visiting her brother last Tue'rfav at the school. Is theirs to keep. Evening Prayer Sunday, 7 p.m.
and .sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Holy (Days announced. Will-
of Jacksonville. Both families Money for the pins
KEYSTONE STATE BANK BettY Duncan reported1 was con
W. D. Isenhower. Visiting. the Mrs. tributed lam I. Jones, .:Vicar Hanks Used Cars
enjoyed visits to the Greater that the Plant Sale had netted by the Melrose PTA

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, FIa.Your Jacksonville Open golf tour laenhowers over the weekend 'nearly $50. It was suggestedthat and the Melrose Action Com LUTHERAN BIG CASH DISCOUNT
were Mr. and Mrs. Harold
nament. this! be an annual moneymaking mittee. .Divine!, Worship U am. Sunday TERMSBUY
Friendly Bank In Your Mr. and Mrs. Lon Rushton Pritchard of Macon Ga. Philip Cbnrtiwy and
Friendly I project.It : Patricia ,. Holy Communion, 2nd Sun-
attended the Conferencefor Mr. and Mrs. VirgIe Rowe RIdaught SELL TRADE
Coaumnlft?.? I II. Rotary WM also agreed to have a winners of the "Ba- day. Services each Sunday at
District 694 in Panama visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Har"il ha,"
contest held In RT. I. BOX MRwy.
room mothers meeting Tuesdayto : the tall, St. Anne's! Episcopal Church.
City last week. and family :In Palatka last make plans for the Easter will .receive a dictionary from William Wise Vicar. 100 8 Mile S. Starts
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-- ., & tLamber'Weekla 307 South line and Starke. !has been announced -,

I ty the State :Rood De
I Samaritans
Good March 23-29
,\ ( \ VOICE of the ResurfacingIs partment.
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October 4 and
Work began
;f1o; $ has been designated *
., !March 23-29 completed February 10 br.

{ \ SPORTSMANH1Ph0ne475.2171 "' from I Turn Into Robbers, ''II'IIThe Chamber Florida of Commerce Governor CompletedCompletion was V. E.: whltenurst and. Sons efWdlliston
wasn't Week by
.. \. .. : at a coat: of $272.008.
'
...., ; : .,. Brad. Claude R. Kirk Jr. of widening sad: SRD announced the completion -
"GoodSamarttaruj"turn the car he was hit over the The week is being sponsored of 7.265 miles of 'of 24 road! and bridge

-_--- bi.--.. &' 8 ed Into robbers and left a 66yearold hea '.' After taking his bUlfoldand fat Florida by the Florida Executives Cham resurfacing the northbound- lanes of US-301 projects over the state during

accord Daytona Beach man, $138 or $140 the robbers bar of Commerce the .Alachua County February.
GOOD NEWS! Those. Specs fee was catching eblners to Ser a 4 1/2 inch, laceration In his used adhesive tape to bound Association also currently celebrating : between

were bedding good last week with. Wednesday. Roy and C. head, bound to a pine sapling Hogge by the wrists and throatto Its 50th annlvedsary.

and according t() Roy Griffin of 23arringer caught 4 Bass of just west of the Starke city a pine sapling, the deputy The Chamber of Commerce Florida
Serving
!who to the movement started out with Its :
Griffin's Lodge, they eliould Speoa. Mr. Holley. & limits. reported.
continue biting for ;the next lag *t Griffin's Lodge tower Kenneth R. Hogge was driving major concern the economic Since 1950
1.7 Green said they told Hogge growth of the area It serves
Bradford
Thursday. through
month thattherfl an 8 pound bass! County and
two Roy says
the first large one tower ran out of gas 5 1/2 miles they would go back to his car but today is concerned with all c9z3;
bite best around three was oaudit. Friday Roy west of Stark on SR.. 100 about and leave his billfold, contain- areas of community life- the Qreettng cS/v;c., ffe .
days before and after'the changeof ever ing credit: cards, drivers license cultural well as the -
as
midnight Monday, March 17. civic: -- ----s amn
the moon. Specs are bedding. Mr. Beasley and they re according to Investigating off and similar items, and his economic. Pete Novak, executive 'I''M"'M"'"'ag--'as.."'IHI"" "'IHI""
and biting around the shores of 8 nice bass. Emory :Boring week icer Deputy Robert Green. car keys. Instead, they took vice-president of the
and little Santa Fe. Just Griffin Walker caught 35 ; all of Hogge's personal belong !
big burn. JJpgge nagged a car for help Starke-Bradford County Cham. Mrs. caroiynjj Cordially
before dark, and early In the Friday morning out from ana the occupants three men ings Including two suits, eight ber says.

morning. I :hope you saw my fin's. Saturday: ( Boy guided forest and a woman, agreed to take pair of trousers 25 or 30 Eaves

Instructions on Spec fishing: a. Bamberg and they caught with him to Lake Butler to get some shirts and a pair of shoes. Representative : Welcomes

couple: of weeks ago. If not you specs and 4 bass. the to gas.Lake No stations were open in Hogge managed to free him- bedded hook.Although. V Ph. 964-5312 Y You and Your
can probably get a back Issue one weighing 6 Jbs.; burned Butler, so they agreed self and walk
to the
city limits fining with 122 N. Bay St. to Your
Bamberg again to bring him back to Starke a Family
also ''With -Mr.
I have where
At The Telegraph. 1863 a passer-by hima
gave companion Is
and Just before preferable froma Starke New Home
caught 5 bass and 6 specs, getting to the .
Loohlooea and : .
had reports from -. .de to the hospital. Hoggewas. safety viewpoInt If do
city limits
turned you
off
8 onto
other local lakes but I baven'tchecked largest! bass weighing a treated and released.
go alone, be sure to leave
dirt Green road said.:
them yet. Jerry Redmond and and caught Dr. As Hogge was getting out of Investigation. of the case Is where you will be and when The State of FloridaIt
Sunday continuing.you
Uncle .Alfred fished on
My father, James you plan to( return.
Hudson of Gainesville and 8 1-2. 6 1-2, and a :5 I 1-2 ''lb. Is Our Desire to Make You Feel'Welcome and

Uncle Howard Bradberry of Ox. Elmer Crosby and party Paying Attention To SafetyIs When snakes are a factor To Aquaint You With Your City.
ford, Ala. went last Thurs. night 6 bass the largest weighing; Friday' wear !high boots because half V

and caught 13 of the .nicest lb!. Mr. Smith, who Is staying Fishermen of all snake bites are below
Specs I've seen In many moons. one of the cabins caught: County Good Business For mid-calf. )C you are new in the area, a phone

The night before' my parents B). and a 4 lb. bass on Spring "FlsWng! lends Itself to a and know basic! first aid. call will: bring you a prompt visit

James and Cricket my brother, Ghlpman's (west chore) : until wide vailety of possible accidents Carry 'needlenose pliers, -When casting make certain

Wayne and his friend, Anita good report this week on ," the American Red Cross wire cutters and a pocket knifeto you have room and use an from your local hostess. Please give

Williamson caught 6 nice Specs. specs also. Several : warns. take care of those fish hooks overhead cast when In a boat
Friday night James Alfred from Gainesville were up So. before you pick up that which sometimes hook man In- with others. her a call! She has maps and many

Howard, Wayne and \Anita, went 50 and several around 30 tackle box and go after the stead of fish. If c. man Is. hook

and caught 19 nice ones. Jacksonville. Theodore Dana big ones, remember to check ed deeply, cut off the line, -Always have\ a life preserver free and wonderful gifts for you

In all that bad weather that Waldo caught! 30 specs and made your equipment and the weather bandage the wound and (head on board for every passenger from local businesses.

'we had. Uncle Howard naturally J. Davis of Waldo. fishing Tal forecast and remember these for the nearest doctor. Don't no matter how well theythink

tore up some Bream. I wouldn'tbe week caught 80. 'These to pay) precautions: try to remove the deeply 1m- they can swim.

afraid to guestlmate that he caught on the bed.. If you Take a first aid kit with

caught: 25 or 30 every day. But tad a chance to get out

<'When the weather faired up, try them you should do CARL BEGGS

they slowed down. They should be on the !bed LlN

Griffin's! Lodge (east shore quite awhile, and there Is : Gulf Service

Santa Fe) reported a good week ing. as good to eat as
for fishermen, Tuesday, Roy caught spec. Until next iici w.--- .w Top Prices for Wrecked Can

Griffin caught 4 Bass while goodbye and ad1uek. 24 Hour Wrecker Service

Fuel Oil
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srrrsrrflflrr 4 rSStSl.I and ;Mrs. ,I Used Cars
.sfl H. T. Smith USED VACUUM cleaners re -
New Innerspringsand PUMPSNEW George E. LaRue Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
Wolfe. ccrd.tlor.ed: $15 up. 10 dilfereir
I
INDIAN BEACH Pawl Leeand Greg RATES II Box Springs AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE_ rme: brands to'cboolie from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto 488-1998

berg of Jacksonville ""were __- 1.25 I Drop Us A Card or CaU Parts te" excellent repairs all
flsflsfl sign Ssrrsfln Strandberg over PALATKA EA 5-9166 Shallow Wells of 1'lr-e!' Homeowner i HELP WANTED Male. No'I
ing Mrs. Jo ) Deep & mates. Watson's!! House

weekend. I MRS. PEGGY SHAJLLER Water Softeners & Filters! : Vacuums 712 N. Main, Gaines. LIFE & ACCIDENT I experience" necessary Regular
(From Preceding Page) Mrs. Helen Walker of : : _. .07 209 E. Adkins St. Expert Service On vllle 376-7110. tfchl Keystone Heights 479-4692 work 5 ;day week. Mutual Lumber -

the weekend Furniture Repaired I Co., 5 miles South of Starkeon
Faye Hamilton of Gainesville sonville: spent All Makes
DID YOU KNOW it'3'euy to 4tchg 3-27
Alfred Hud- Mr. and Mrs. D. W. __ .35 Upholstered & Refinished 301.
father .
brought her Plumbing Service own a Longcnamp Home'? MEN WANTED Men cottage
son, down Thursday trf4a livIng parents age over 21. Starting FOR SALE: Conn Trumpet,

few days' with us and fish.: Sat- Gainesville spent last : & Starice Agent DURRANCE PUMP Yom plan or ours pay $296 month, promotion opportunities used 6 months. Phone 964-6779

urday. ibis wife, Corlne, and oat their lake place. HASTINGS MATTRESS Your lot or ours. Contact Bu and regular increases after 6 p.m. tfchg
SUPPLY
Mrs. Hardln came and picked Thursday night supper ; & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND CO. ford Mitchell. phone &84- in pay. I hour tfay. i 5

him 'up. Sunday, we all ate din. of the Jack' Miller family 710 Lemon St. Palatki 68.13: P O. Box 238. Starke day week sick leave vacations, V EUNICE NURSERY
'' Witt of INSURANCE -.. interested Tomato. egg plant & pepper
ner at the home of another aunt Detective Delroy t.f state retirement. If ,
Tennie and Roy Crenehaw. 'ville who was the guest AT REDUCED RATES pleas apply In person Personnel plants. Petunia, salvia, coleua
and uncle, ___ 3.CO verbena Geraniums.
Si plants,
at the Keystone High AUTO. FIRE BOAT Manager, Sunland Training Cenfcer. -
.
MARY DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S I Gainesville. Fla Blueberry plants. pear tree It"
:Mrs. McGrlff and Mrs. Murray PTA. The (Millers : O .SI Ornamental shrubs. 2 miles N.
INSURANCE AGENCY An equal opportunity employer. -
of Jacksonville, spent Mon Friday night with a Lawtey on 30, turn at sign.
day through Thursday with Mrs. supper fox Chief and Mrs. tch| SUN SPORTSMOORE Phone 782-3465. tfohg
.... dy Kelly and children who ; !
'1969'i CARP HELP WANTED: Need two ladies ED -WAINWRIG lIT
to Guantanamo. BOAT !OR FOR SALE Motel In Bradford
going 5:30: P. M. time full time.! You I
part or
AGENCYFor County. 12 units living. area,
Those
Jacksonville In Cuba. :
Base It Noon r.w.1Y
;
can make $10 and up a day. No "-:1: ;,4;
the supper were: Chief And :s'tsrxe! '...I'n:''M4-tnSn All Your 10 acres, 360 ft. front. No information
PAINTS : Must have
experience
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neoesrary. Call Rai-
Bill Hatfield of Cecil Field Insurance Needs by phone.
use of car. Prone 752-2650. Write
Coburn Rain SPECIALSee ford 431-1278 for appointment.4tp .
Peggy and Una Douberly( Box 3001 E. Du- Specializing.InMobile 4-3
BusinessDirectory daughter.' Suzy of 102 K. lln-wnff.. St. val, Columbia Motel, Lake City., our selection of used fishing Home InsurancePh.

Mis. Kelly and children Fla" 4tp 2-27 motors from 75.00 Starke 964-6818 I MUST SACRIFICE-719 E. Laura -

been staying at the home of NEW St. 2 bedrooms concrete

mother, Mrs. Ruby Dyal !! Living BAIRD WANTED: Used Wringer-Waal block. Low dawn: payment, bal-
Gainesville while waiting StereoConsole Lay-Away; I er. Will pay cash or take In I ance $30 per month.

quarters In Cuba. Mobile Homes UNCLAIMED: beautiful Stereo- trade on anything. DAHMER'S, BILL POWELL, Broker

Friends will regret to Do-It-Yourself I NEW and USED Radio Combination! ; 2 months I 64-7923. tf-chg 964-6464 "
Vuto! Sales and Service the death of Ruby Lynn Rent old. fully automatc.! Balance \
:. FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfur-
;
of the late Z. O. LYnn 8-10-12 Wide $63 .or $9 monthly payments. WILL BUY: Used Appliances.

Parrish MotorsSALES ter sister of Peggy Rain. Our ; SEAMLESSFLOORING Good Quality Must place in your' area. Call I Furniture, TV's Stereos anything I furnished fished house 1 and bedroom 1 small house.un-

COLLECT, value. DAHMERS.MOBILE .
Credit Manager ; of '
'pathies go out to this Reasonably Priced 353-1946. ANY- I "! Phone 964-5724 after 5 and:
Jasreoaville
Ralph and Pat Fillmon Gainesville 378-2785 : I HOME: 90-day old I i weekends. tfchg
_
TIME. Will deliver, no obltgat.oa I
SERVICE children of Tampa spent Serviced. Guaranteed and I unit, pay ales tax Insurance
3-27
: : Stchg 'FOR SALE 2 bedroom house,
PARTS weekend with Joyce and 964-6760 Delivered In Starke Area I Move in. 12-48 Queen-Alre. :2{I -
I n I Ice neighborhood. Electric
>
Barton and eon. NO EXTRA COST bedrooms. Pay $66 31 p* i
.Marsle : WE month. Bonanza Mobile Hornet Range. Refrig. and Gas heater
and MAKE
James
Always Good Used Cars and famIly spent : amplifiers sets, baby US Galrrivllle 441 N. 4502 378-2785 NW 13th I The Rancher Gainesville, phone 372-4286. I| Phone 964-5801. tfchg
,
921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 Sunday at their lake home. : week. DA. KEYS Inc. 2tchg 3-27 BRICK HOUSE for sale, "better

Since I am still ;not tf-chg ': FOR SALE Mlcarta-plastlc than. new." 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,

too well I haven't SEWING MACHINES Largest Selection of counter top material. Good carpeted built-in range. Nice
F.J.FrTRlr10TOR! Largest selections( from which
poem. So until next week to cheese. Pfaff Necchi. Nelco. SADDLERY. Your election of patterns and wood-I size lot. 1.000 equity; assume
!
out and enjoy the sunshine MEN WANTED Laundry I New Home & Universal. choice of HEREFORD, gra'ns! -35c per foot. Sizes u; payments of $87 month.< Sacrifice
PEAVY Brothers air. Kitchen Ricks, 1308900. Phone 964-6885.
fresh! workers. aids, laborers to 60" x 144" George
REPAIR ALL MAKES. SIMCO BIG
IJORN,,
:Month I
Itchg
Phone 9645184.
cottage parents. watchman 301 North. I
Electric Co., No Up cooks and clerks ground- I National Sewing 4tp 3-27
Injuries BILLY COOK, FURNITURE Refinishing upholstering
keeper truck driver. Five '
Electric MotorsSold day week. eight hour day. Mach ne Co., Frontage: on State Road 230 cabinet work, antiques -
In or let us "CUSTOMlIAKE" 800 ft., between CCuntry Club restored to their original
State
Serviced Repaired Reported retirement vacations, 611 W. University Ave. 3781335Galne..vllle
;
Call C. E. Jackson, 1313Madison
beauty.
and Road at a bargain price.
next sad I
Generators Starters Armature sick leave. If Interested, please your
A. J. Thomas. Realtor, Tel. St., Starke. Phone 964-
Rewinding. Two WrecksTwo I' apply in person Personnel die for you.
964-5701./ I| 5370. 4tp 4-3
4011 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 Manager, Sunland Training -
NI). 900 Retirement Special 4821 N. W. 6th St. I
automobile wrecks Center. Gainesville. Fla.V FOR RENT: Small furnished
Prams bungalow 5 rooms. FAY'S FABP.TCS:: Mill end store.
MUSIC reported during the I An equal opportunity employer. bath, yorch Newly painted. Gainesville3764595; Hwy. 301 1 1-2 miles north of house. Especially nice; desirable
Town ,
the Florida Highway up. I location. M. A. Payne, phone
Ave. Nice fenced lot. Just 6000. FOR RENT-Unfurnished 3 bedroom Waldo. Open 9 to 6. six days.
nobody was Injured. tfchg, I 4tp 4-10 I 964-6560 after 5 tfohg
tfchg a_ house. Contact Mrs. D. L. j I
Paulus The occurred
Music Co. first I No. 803 Cattle Ranch, 80 acres
I Sllco. 331 Clark
St.
SEVERAL GOOD USED AddIng tfchg Furnished modern
March IS, when a. 1962 FOR RENT -
close In. Rustic home Mod. I MALE HELP WANTED Experienced I
Band & String Instrument -Cleaned Machines for sale electrics I 1 bedroom apartment. Ren-
driven Edward
by Sapp
ern kitchenpecan.s and fruit. STARKE 301 Nursery -Living meat cutter willing to
Gibson Guitars & Amplifier carpenter, ran off the In your ; subtraction, credit bal $35,500.:: Terras. plants for lasting pleasure. Azalea I t I move t} Gainesville. Apply Ger- ner Apt. 633 McMahon. Phone

School Supplies-Instructloi shoulder of US-301. The ) cHaner re graph.ance. Bradford County Tele Strout Realty roses camelias. Citrus on I tner's. Inc. 1133 So. Main St. 964- 279. tfchgSUMMER
tf
Robert. Recorders) came back onto( the guaranteed.Phone 431. Rej. Broker Trifoliate root. tfohg I Gainesville. Fla. 4tchg 4-10
traveled across the 2117 N. Temple Ave. Head Start The
Music Library-Expert" tfchg FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE .
FOR SALE
and the Hay Coastal I FOR SALE 2 bedroom house In
strip across ready Starke. Fla. : C U B B Economic Agency!
Repair Department bound lane of traffic and 2 for bath.occupancy. 3 bedroom Ph. 961-6609 and Bahla. highly fertilized, no on 2 city lots. Must sacrifice, Starke is now accepting applications -
41 E. Duval l St. 355-8447 the west shoulder ; I Located Just rain. J. M. Edward"! phone: 964. being transferred. 3300. Term for project director

struck a power pole. outside Plnebreeze.of city limits in FOR SAL!: OR RENT 3 bed 5403 Starke. tfchg 932 Euclid St. Starke. 2tp 3-07 social service director, teachers,

Damage to the front of Easy rr'.onthlyterms. room hcuss W. Andrews St. Con. I teacher aids. 'secretarybockkeeper -
PIANOS car was estimated at $ Longchamp Corst:; Co. tact Tolbert McCoy Rt. 2 Box Listings wanted in Bradford and FOR SALE by City of Hampton: I lunchroom workers

YAMAHA PIANOS Sfft. W. S. Peacock, I Contact :Bifo-.d P Mllca.ll. 143-K. Starke or Phone 964- adjoining Counties on: Tlm- : Old Post Office Site, 25 ft. head cook custodian and bus
pone 964-6833. O. Box b2r. large or email .
ting officer. 7818. 2tchg 3-27 acreages.small frontage on State Road 18 by drivers in the 1969 Summer
CONN and KIMBALL 338 Starke. UI"tt- I
.
or large farms. O.U or
with I approximately 200 ft. deep. Bids
Sapp was charged Head Start programs in Clayand
ORGANS FOR SALE Chicken fertIlizer write giving the price and terms.A. .
sting a motor vehicle I will be accepted up, to April Bradford Counties. All
SINGER AUTOMATIC lime and dolemlte. Clean J. Thomas.: Realtor. Starke, I
der the influence of ; 5. 1969'LlliJn: : S. Ingenteth. applications must be turned In
CONSOLE MODEL out and spreading service. We
Fla., 32091. Tel. 9645701.INCOME .
beverages and with City Clerk. 3tchg 4-3 by April :f., 1969. For additional
SEWING MACHINE. must placein deliverS Nerd' Fertilizer! truck I I

motor vehicle without a I VI your area. A-I shape ZigZags driver.: W. A. Prevatt. 964-6816\, FOR SALE 4 cyl. Wisconsin :. information .1..' a job application -

4 driver's license. Mall makes button holes fancy 4tchg 4-10 TAX Irrigation< pump: 26 pieces form contact the Neighbor_
The second occurred 3"1. hood SerIce Center in your
designs sews on buttons appliques. Aluminum pipe In 30' )
day March 18. 6.1 miles i monograms etc. Sold FOR SALE 1964 Dodge 6 cyl. $350 cash. Paul Griffis. Ph. 782- area or wriw: CTJBB, P. O.

of Starke on US-301. : new for over $300. MUST SAC- 4 dr. Air-conditioned. Excellent RETURNS PREPARED V 3707. lIp Drawer 970. Starke. .An Equal

A 1967 Ford Falcon, RIFICE. Just pay balance $62. I condition Dolph Reddish Phone Opportunity Employer. 3tchg 4-3

by Carl Clothar Hassel ''or assume $8 monthly payments. 9647220. Itchg FOR RENT 1 bedroom fur-
Service
Bookkeeping
KIMBALL: "SWINGER" Jacksonville onto the : fast with CHICKEN FARM for lease 15-
ran Call Credit Manager COLLECT rlshsd hcuse. 308 S. Water St. : ,
automatic feeder
ORGANS shoulder of the road and "water HELP WANTED 000 capacity,
Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 side struck a. culvert Jacksonville 353-1946 ANYTIME. MAN OR WOMAN to supply Call or write for appoint .I ItchgFOR I system nest and egg cooler.T. .
Will deliver I I Ii
no obligation. ment. P. O. Box 1661 I
turned over. lot pd 3-27 consumers In your area with W. Baker and Sons. Lake
"T" Stchg 327 RENT Apartment for ,
Products. Can earn GaineHville 372-6010 : Geneva. 4tchg 4-17
The Ford was a total Rawlelgh) i
WESTERN STORE block rent. Ar! C.II Vented heat.
with damages estimated by $50 weekly. part time; $100 and ,Nocn or Late Evening.
FOR
; bath cen- RENT 4 bedroom brick I : Nicely furnished. 337 N. Walnut I I FOR RENT Small house conveniently -
Peacock at $800. we kly. full time. Writs
home central heat and air up
Cor j HOME PICK-UP IN : St. Gladys Harrington lIp located. Phone 473-
LITTLE DUDE tfohg condition conveniently located. Rawl-lyh FA. Memjhls., Tenn. 3051. lip
unfurnished. $100 per mo. 323 381C2 3-27 Itchg Bradford & Alachua I WANTED To Rent! nice 3

Western Store : plow mule N. Walnut St. Inquire at pre. bedroom house In Starke by FOR SALE 2 lots Crystal
Counties
mises. or call Starke 964-7753 or FOR SALE 2 new bedroom ; April 3. Reasonable. Phone 964. Homesites. Paved road front
964-6491. suits, new; dining room, 10 pc.
2tp 3-3 tfchg 8632. tfchjt
Western Clothing Leather- high l-& dry. Phone 964-6215.
maple; new living room suite;
good Charles Saddles it Sharon and Trailer Patty building FOR RENT: 2 BR. unfurn'ciied: raw maple desk; refrigerator, FOR SALE Approximately 32 FOR RENT furnished 3 bedroom 2tp 4-3

'CL'666 of room house, $55 mo. Southeast of rrcst free. 2 door. Odds and acres cornering on Road 325 at house in country. Also i
803 8. Ed: wwood S84-U10 Call 964- Lawtey on Road 225. Call 964- ends. Vernon Olln Lawtey. Hamptn. W. H. Maxwell, Ph. furnished apatment in Starke. 4IONS. *. kinds. asCazdb.atd

Itp 5851. 2tp 4-3 Phone 782-3664. Itchg 468-1487, Hampton. 2tp 4-3 W. H. Nollman. tfchg i i 'Tfce 'Telegraph.

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