Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03838
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03838
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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been In plenty of trouble Far from being the work of Whereabouts of the other threeIs 1967 Pontiac with a California Speedvllle, a Negro settlement
with the law before, but a parole out-of-town "experts," as first still unknown, although the license, after Manning and Ruls just Inside the Bradford County; i
officer, familiar with their rec- believed the Keystone robberywas FBI Is conducting an Intensive had made their Immediate escape line, where the second car was
ords, believes that armed rob- apparently a "homegrown" nationwide search.In from the bank in a cream colored waiting. A passing motorist reported -
bery was "not In with product since at least
keeping" threeof 1964 Dodge Coronet stolen the seeing a woman In the
past operations of the foursome the four had lived in or around addition to Trogden, the FBI night before from J. E, Hardy waiting car.Footprints.
sought by the FBI In connectionwith Starke for a number of years, has charges against Manning Auto Sales in Starke. "
a $25,000 robbery of the and the fourth had been "in and Ruls, and Manning's wife, Arlene, found at the scene : it.;
Keystone State Bank last Thurs-. out" of town in the past. All who Is charged with being a The car was stolen by one or were said to be six feet apart t
day. of them had records of past "principal" (accessory) to the more of the foursome, Jimmying Indicating that the person makingthe t.
offenses, including theft,forgery, robbery. Conviction on a fed- open the back door of the tracks was running fast. -
That"first fact time"that It was perhapsa and larceny of automobiles.One eral charge for armed robbery Hardy office and removing the Footprints were obtained by the Gene Manning Arlene Manning Buddy Rui9
may account for to the Keys were
is a maximum sentence of 20 keys car. FBI.
the nervousness noted by eye of the four, John David years, and Is the same for a first taken to a new car Hardy
witnesses when Harold Eugene Trodden:: 32, was arrested Saturday :. "principal" as for those who act said, which did not contain gas The colored car. A short time later record, Including several escapes automobiles. He absconded from,
(Gene) Manning, 35, and Lester by FBI agents in Kalis- ually commit the crime or have a license tag, so the Dodge was located withinan the abandoned Dodge was spottedon from prisons and road parole after being charged with
Wayne (Buddy) Rub, 18, walked burg, N. C. He was arraigned used car was substituted. hour after the robbery,follow- a dirt road by co-op employ- camps at Palatka and Callahan, grand larceny for auto theft In
Into the bank a few minutes there for purposes of fixing bond, ing a radioed message by Clay as Well as from the Duval County Orange County in 1964. Ha served -
after it opened and collected the which was set at $50,000, and The four are thought to have After the robbery, the Dodgewas Electric Cooperative Keystone ees.Manning, who Is described as jail. Charges up to now have been time after conviction several
fled the Keystone area In a four driven road between Heights to its in the field
money (I's. 5's, 10's, and 20's) will be given a hearing before red ( ) 1966 to a graded crews tall and dark, and somewhat of mostly for theft forgery, break- :years ago on charges of forgery
door maroon or to be
or Keystone Club Estates and the lookout for the
on cream
at gunpoint, Ina shopping bag. being returned to Jacksonville. "a ladies man," has a Ing and entering, and larceny of
lenghtyTeachers (
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i f; Teacher Jobs In Doubt Inflation

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L I P 11 T,4$ \t. In RJE High Closing Shrinkingc .c, .1 arsesParticipation : ;

Negro teachers who contract have been promised a

may lose their jobs as a result! Job in other county school, in

t. h 'i of this planned phasing out cf Supt. Tom Casey told the group
J RJE High School at the end ct headed by John Snell. But the their group health Insurance -

i Ijii 4 I4 the year received little assurance status of annual contract teachers program anda

,I from the School Board from the all-Negro high of
yearly living
w Tuesday. April 8. school in the Reno section of
RJE teachers on continuing Starke remains in doubt. pay increase have

Casey promised only) that ho been requested of the
would talk with each teacher
: affected at both RJE High and Bradford School

Berries Anderson Junior High at Law- Board by the Brad-

tey within: the next few days ford Education Association -
following Tuesday's meeting.

t I .,r 'MP y.e! y''e Increase The superintendent said he local tea-,
%, ". s Nt 17Ldi+d w: would :;:tryxto: give annual) con cher's organization.
tract people'with good performance -

--- Getting A Finished Look records a Job." An inconsistency! in the presentpay .
SlightlyStrawberry Students from RJE High will :schedule which. makes a
attend Bradford High School teacher coming here from out
This Is the the Bradford courthouse shown by the workers above. Inside the new building .
way new are bring placed In the black strips. and Bradford Middle School beginning of state take a pay cut when
appears this weep. as II Is reported about 80 percent plastering, finish work, and Installation of fixed volumn at the Stance with the 1969-70 term. he goes on continuing contract

I complete: mill work continues.As The $700,000 building will contain 33,000 square State Farmer's Market is up Seventh and eighth grade stu- was also pointed out by the

Preparation for paving Is being done 110 can be seen above, brick work on the eiterloris left In Its two stories. Contractor' la Ernest Tries! slightly this week and may exceed dents at Anderson Junior Highat teacher delegation which met
:: complete and bronze colored aluminum trips of Keystone Jlei..bta."U the 20,000 flats which went Lawtey, Lawtey Junior High the Board Tuesday: morning at
__-- _._ across the market hat week Brooker.. and Hampton next
-- - -- its regular session.
according to Market ManagerBob ;; year will attend the middle 'Request on the health insur-

Plant Allen. school. ance !Is for the School Board to
An estimated 6,000 to 6,500 pay the premium for its employees -
t. Answer Still 'No'DecIsion flats, including the auction, the Plans are to elementary make RJE school a with the employees picking -
strawberry co-op, and buyers neighborhood
up the tab for his familY
K 6. Next year
who also row, berries, have been with grades .
Previously the Board has not
and South-
I crossing the market every day Starke Elementary
this week, Allen said. How- side Elementary will be made paid any part of teacher'sJlealth

ever, the market manager saidit K-5. Sixth grade students will insurance premiums.

appears the volume may tall attend the middle school, Casey It was estimated that it will
To Private Roads off at the end of the week. said. cost the Board $100 to $150 per
Slated Since last Thursday, April 3, "There is no intention onanyone's year per teacher to participate,
through: Wednesday, April 9, part to leave grades defending upon the benefits.
prices in the auction have told the>
ranged 7-12 at RJE. Casey
Two salary schedules made up
Decision: by representatives Reaffirming( its establishedpolicy from $3.40 to $3.59. RJE teachers. The superintendent -
have "no trespassing", signs we get the road, it means exceptions" they are doing "a by the teachers were given to
proposing to locate a chicken food the Brad&ctrd County Last Thursday, April 3, 1,117 said he is not certain a stu-
supplement processing plant in Commission posted to keep the public from anybody could drive down it great Job," Trawick said.A flats went through the auction at dent can get the 'best education the Board for consideration in
again Monday, Ap
:using their road .shoot birds CommissionerZedra bunch of dead chickens making its new budget two months
Bradford County; might be made ril 7, served notice: it won't and an average; price of $3.44; !" ri- available here at such a small
sometime during April, Execu- build private roads.Commissioner 'If its not for public use, wecan.t Hamilton, pointed out, (Continued on Page Four) (Continued On Page Five) school. Attendance at RJE has hence.
tive Secretary Pete Novak told d) It," Shuford added. Shu- adding he didn't think most dropped from 400 to about 200. As explained by BEA Vice-
the members of the Board of Ralph Bryan ford said that to his knowledgeno chicken farmers would go for the president BUI Cliett, one pro.
Governors of the Bradford asked his fellow board membersto private roads .have been built that. In other action posal calls for a five per cent

County Chamber of Commerce clarify the policy. Several by the county In the pact four .An exception to the criteria Fly Odor Problem School-Approved Board:for submission to Increase above present) salaries
chicken farmers, said ,
he have
last Thursday, April 3. years. that the right-of-way must be which would cost the school
of Educa-
the State Department
Novak requested roads be graded to Is road system $300,000 above Its pre
said he "purposefully The chairman said two criteria deeded to the county a
planning !
made an effort to contact the their chicken houses. Bryan said have to be fulfilled before the that is graded to a person homeor Can Be Controlled tion proposal a 1969.70 from program the votechcenter. sent salary )
he wanted to be able to tell them:
prospects so I could report the county: will grade a road: 1)) residence. In such case Road Projects requested bv Continued on Page rival]
status" of their consideration of definitely "yes" or "no. It has to have a public use Foreman R. E. Jones stated, Ted Oglesby and Millard _. .
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a Bradford County location."It chicken farmers Chairman : and 2)) The right-of-way mustbe the state. auditor has ruled thata Brown total 166000. New
will be coming into Brad- Dave Shuford pointed out deeded to the county man !has a right to access to Told horticulture
ford County unless such obstacles his home. Poultrymen and courses cosmetology sought are, Oglesby told< Pair Draws
are placed before it thatit the county still
In such cases
must be
Board. plans
chooses not to." Novak told the grades private roads without :The fly and odor problem at County .that, he has operated the approved by The the State Department Prison Terms

Chamber. Chamber Hears securing 'a deed when another chicken farms can be licked since the 1940's. before the local school
A Investment
$250,000 and 25 person's property must be crossed with proper control methods and His Keystone! plant, Pine Air can submit projects for funds Frances. M. Bryant 19-year-
employees are foreseen if the to get to the homeowner's regular spraying, a group of Farms processes 200,000 dozen from the state and federal goV- old Starke resident, was senten-
(Continued on Page Four) property. Neighbor's many times about 60 poultrymen was told eggs 'per 'week now with two ernment, the director said. ced to six years in the State
Phone are wlllln to give rlgh -way Monday night, April 7, by one of ooerating. Prison at Ralford after pleading
across their land so another man the group On Belote's recommendationthe Agreed to pay $136 for s'x' guilty in Circuit Court to two
Southern can have a road to his house .group voted to hold meetingsfor BUS science students to attend B&Es and attempted Jail break.
case for a 40 per cent Business phones rates on local but they refuse to pay for a the next two months because the State Science Fair In Jacksonville Mary Ann Thornton, 20, was
Memorial jump in local) telephone :rates service /would go up S3.U1)er survey to give the county the summer is coming on and thefly for two days. also sentenced to a year in the
DayObservance was taken to the Bradford will be at its worst. military for Women at Lowell
) month from $9 to $12.75 rlght-ofJway. problem -Approved three days State Prison
Chamber of Commerce Board of for one-party service and from r\ Jack Hazen was elected president i- for Vo-tech Instructor William on a charge of conveying
Governors last Thursday, April $8 to 11.75 for twoparties.Zone In such a case Jones said, the Arthur Gaskins. vIce-pres- E. Dampler. tools into the county Jail to aid
3. by the .Florida State Tele mileage for rural customers county still builds the road with 1. ident: O. T, Huggins, secretary, -Okayed four trips for Middle escape.
Crosby J..akeCemetery phone Company. would be eliminated but out a deed. The land on which and Vernle Thornton, treasurerof School Principal Richard docket Bryant was arrested last Dec.

Chris Gore, division public rates would be adjusted ,to provide .; the road I is built becomes coun- :Ai.r_ V t-: .,. the new poultry association. to visit educational institutions 2 for breaking into the Bradford
:relations ty property in four years if the .. ---
supervisorwith the to this, Gore said. ... The officers are to select a slate across the country. Federal Furniture Corp. on US-301 north!
4:00: P.M. Continental) Telephone Systemof Cost per phone has been soaring "- county maintains it, he pointedout. .l!.. .. for a board of directors and funds financed the trips, Supt. of Starke. He was charged then

which the local company Is "like everything else," Gore 1Ji. members are to come up with Casey said.Accepted. with breaking and entering. with
Sunday, Apr 27 a subsidiary, spoke to the Board. told the Chamber members. A veteran of 20 years inco'mmlsslon ideas for a name for the groupat the resignations of Intent to commit grand larceny.
The higher rates are neededfor Since 1962 Continental has increased -' ( |: business., County f:::: the next meeting.L. faculty members William A. Me:. Judge George L. Patten sentenced -

The PublicIs Continental to make a pro. its employees by 15 Clerk Charles Darby, told Bryan G. Jones said the newly Clan Bobby McCarthy, and him to six years on that
Jected eight per cent profit on : "Don't kid yourself. There Cheryl EUwby. The Board pro
Invited per cent. The payroll In the appointed officers should not delay
Cordially a large local investment which was a lot of it. not in recent
the termination Mon
state baa gone up 49 per cent in deciding what the organization tested one day's Bryant was also charged
has seen 85 per cent of the plant investment is up 100 percent :years. Darby has been complimentary .1 will do, how :it will be- notice given by McClane and day, April 7, with breaking and
Starke plant rebuilt and service but the customer Increase to the board for nefit poultrymen, and suggest instructed Supt. Casey to record entering with Intent to commit
extended to Lawtey Ra1f been only] Tl per cent. clamping down on use of public measures to control flies and the action In the teacher's file. petit larceny in a case involvingthe
This Space Contributed Kingsley Lake and Keystone equipment for private purposes. Hide-Out Restaurant between
Gore also noted that property 1.
odor. .
Heights, Gore said. -Approved placing Vo Tech
Weekly to Publicize Undergroundlines Vewer Lawtey and Starke on
taxes are up 105 per cent and Files On a motion by B. T. Thomaathe
Community Events by more troublefree) have "inflation has taken Its toll." Less problem with flies in his\ ,group established $5 as dues\ Center Director Ted Oglesby on US-301. He was sentenced to
been Installed Gore said and continuing contract as adminis-
A hearing on the matter hs area of the county was noted br for one year. It was also betided three years on that charge.
The CommunityState there are now fewer phones per been set by the Commission Jon Commissioner J. M. (Buck) :Alton Belote to limit the groun.to poul trator. Re-appointed five administrators Bryant also was sentenced to
annual contract
line than 10 on :
years ago. 10 ajn. Tuesday, April 22, at Norman who complimented trymen and that the group's five years for an attempted Jail
Bank If- the increase: Continental: is Curtis Marlowe. Lawtey Junior
: the Fairgrounds in SUxke. County Sanitarian Jack: Trawick: Addressing .the newly organized fiscal year will coincide with break last Dec 16 when he triedto
asking is High principal; Mrs. Maureen
approved Florida
by the
The Continental System to for his work on the problem. group of poultry farmerswas the calendar! year. cut his way through bars
Accounts insuredup Public Utilities Hampton Elementary principal:
now eight years old and now the Trawick said he has received Alton Belote, past presidentof Most poultrymen present were with hack saw blades brought
to $15,000 by residents would pay $7.50 permo'nth. fourth largest In the United similar reports from an sec the American Poultry and from Bradford Clay and Union Ralph Dlggs, BHS principal: into the Jail by Mary Ann
Millard Brown, vo-tech night
$2.70, for local
Federal Deposit Insurance twc- States Gore) said tions of the county. He commen- Hatchery Federation. Belote Counties. But County Agent Thornton.
director, and Foster Shot Smith,
party service. Local onepartyservice
Corp. Its purpose has would also
take a $2.70 small phone) companies their good house-keeping! in re Clay Count south of Lake Geneva may be interest from Alaclaia to run concurrently' with the
Jump to $8.50 per monUl..A. (Continued oa pap Four) cent weeks. With Just a "few and a. hatchery in Duval and*Duval. (Continued on Page Four) tint six year sentence.t. : t

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'4 Silver Anniversary Bridesmaids UDC Members held !In Bunncll on March 7.
Of Interest To : chair
LuncheonFor Mrs. Nollman, program
Plan Memorial
< '- Observed
; By man, read an article on the

J. T. RichardsonsThe Lee DarbyMiss Day Observance part that David Yulee had in
building railroads In Florida
WOMENGladys : Lee Darby, whose. marriage -
Between the
the War
children of Mr. and Mrs. to Emmett Akrtdge was W. T. Weeks Chapter 'ODC.dlscU&Sed before .

James T. Richardson were (hosts an event of April 4, was complimented plans for placing a States.Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr.. Mrs
wreath the Confederate Mon-
at a silver wedding anniversary at a bridesmaids lunch- on
vwww* ** %* Mooty: Phone 964-7608**""*'*'*'*'' 4d party In honor of their parents eon; Thursday at 301 Restaurant ument at Crosby Lake Cemeteryon 3. E. Wilscn and Mrs S. L.
on Saturday, March 22, In the given by Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Sunday. April 27. Southern Peek Sr. were co-hostesses: with

Rehearsal Dinner Little Women Plan Employee's Club at the Florida Mrs. Gene Shaw, and Mrs. Carl Memorial Day. Mrs. Vining. decor-
h ql State Prison Jacksonville. Also at their regular meeting The Vining home was
For Darby-Akridge Fashion ShowThe Arrangements of pompoms Quests were seated at a. T- Wednesday afternoon of last ated with arrangements hf
I week, at the home of Mrs. L. D. sweet peas, azaleas and iris for
and silverfern
Wedding Party II I carnations, gladioli shaped table, centered with an
II the occasion. Mrs. Powell, president -
Little Women's Club will I were used In the club house arrangement of yellow and; Vining, arrangements were discussed
presided! at the desssrt
Mr. ana Mrs Broward E. present a fashion show at their for the occasion. white spring flowers Bridal for the 75th anniversaryof
Akrldge honored their son Enimctt regular meeting Monday, April Candelabra holding burning place cards marked the seating UDC. which will be held in table during Ute soc'al :hour.
and nls fiancee Miss Lea 14, at 7:30: p.m. at the club white tapers, entwined with ivy, arrangement for the twentyone MaYa Each member will contribute : Mrs. C. H. Wollenberg Farm-
Jngton. Conn., who is the former
Darby at a dinner party last house. served as a background for the guests who Included the to the celebration.
Mrs. L T. Crews Mrs. W. It. Ada Frlpp, and a sister of Mrs.L. .
Thursday night at the Golden :receiving line composed of Mr. bridal attendants and out-of-
Kettle following the! couple's Clothes from Eagles and Lei l' .: M1144% and Mrs. Richardson. Mrs. Sara: town guests. Nollman and Miss Madge Mld- G. Powell, was a visitor.

wedding! rehearsal.The las will be modeled by tho H Richardson mother of Mr. The hostesses presented the dleton were appointed on the -
24 guests were seated at members. The meeting* Is open, Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Mike honoree with a white milk glass nominating committee. Mrs. LEGAL FORMS. Bradford -
a U-shaped table where place 1 and prospective members are Richardson Steven, Jeffery and luncheon set as a memento of. Crews and :Miss! MIddleton reported I County Telegraph. Ph.
cards marked the seating ar- 4 welcome to attend. ';. Mark Richardson, (Mrs. John the occasion. on the district meeting I 964-6305.
rangement. Centering the head Hostesses will be Anne Ter- ,.J..',,,, Becker and Mrs. Tom Richards
wlllegar and Robyn Warren. Mrs.. Open Al! Day Ereryday
table wa.i an arrangement cf sisters of Mrs. Richardson.
yellow) and white gladioli, carnations I Mrs. StaffordIs Medford Shealy introduced, the 'FrI. and Sat. Until? P.M) PATIO & GARDENDISCOUNT I

and poirpoms. guests as they arrived.
Following the! dinner the hon Beta Sigma Phi ComplimentedAt The guest book table was covered SAVE AT

ored coupla presented personal ShowerThe with an Imported cutwork
gifts to their attendants. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will clqth: over blue linen and held a
Rosier-Durban hold its Pledge Ritual! ceremony burning white taper In decorated
Lawtey Recreation Cen- silver holder. Mrs' B. L.
and dinner at 7:30: p.m. Mon.
THE HRADFORD Engagement ToldMr. day April 14. Members unableto ter was the setting for a miscellaneous Pearson was in charge of the DEPARTMENT STORES
COUNTY TELEGRAPH shower on April 1 guest book.
attend should contact :Mrs.
honoring Mrs. Donald Stafford, '
Published; every Thursdayat and Mrs. Marvin E. Ros Barbara Norman. the former Miss Brenda Bennett The mantle was banked with tarke Plaza
138 W. Call Street ier of Lawtey announce the engagement Hostesses on this occasion were magnolia leaves and burning

Starke, Florida 32091 of their daughter. Mrs. Clifton Smith, Mrs.Johnnie white tapers centered with a
Bonnie Louise, to Raymond Edward Bradford High School, attendedthe Bennett, and Mrs. Gary Bennett. white permanent arrangement.The 24" FOLDING GRILL
Second class postage paidat Durban, son of Mrs. Edward University of Florida Gainesville Several games were enjoyed cake table was covered

Starke. Florida William Durban of Law- and is now a representative with prizes awarded to the winners with an Imported cutwork cloth _
Subscription Rates: tey, and the late Mr. Durban. cf Jim Walter Corp, ;in after which refreshmentswere over blue linen and centered
In trade $5.00 The bride elect is a graduateof Ocala. served by the hostesses. with an anniversary cake decor-
area: per Bradford High School and li The wedding will be at 8 p.m. ated with white and silver. Silver -
year: $2.75 six months. employed with State Farm Mutual June 28 In Grace Methodist; compotes held decorated $8.99 $555 ..
Outside trade area: $5.50 in Jacksonville. Church Lawtey. All friends and Slower Given. mints and nuts. Three branch ,

per year: $3.00 six months Mr. Durban Is a graduate/ relatives are Invited.ELECTRIC For Mrs. Thornton candelabra entwined with pompoms value '

and streamers were bal- '
Recent BrideMrs. anced by a special arrangement '
Deep heavy gauge steel bowl guaranteed
Vhich! was a girt from Mr.
Robert O. Thornton of Richardson the husband. As against burn-out Roll-about portability

Gainesville the former Gerri .s.Lstlngn: serving cake were and folds for storage Avocado color.

Mooty, a recent bride, was Mrs. J. L. Forsyth and Mrs.
complimented at a bridal shower Elbert Nettles. C,
last Friday evening given by The punch table was covered v T

Mrs. Rabble Shaller, Mrs. Sher- with an imported cutwork cloth
rod Hamilton, and Mrs. M. A. over blue linen and held two 24" HOODED
Baldwin Jr. at the home of the .silver punch bowls. Centering-
latter on N. Walnut Street.A the table was a three-branch 1 t' MOTORIZED
candelabra entwined with pompoms -
inC pink and white color and streamers. Pouring BAR-B-Q
carried out In de $ Q66
scheme) was punch were Miss Sharon Thorn
corations. The mantel in the ton and Mrs. Mike Gllhooly. -

living room was centered witha The refreshment table was ) $1088
ifan-shaped arrangement'; covered with an imported cutwork _
of and white gladioli, Eas-
pink cloth
over linen, and:! .
Ideal for .
ter lilies, carnations, and held silver trays garnished with 4U.L. approved swing- camping
mums. The refreshment table canapes. motor and chrome picnics. up on
table folds for
was covered with a white cutwork plated I spit. Deep. .
Basket arrangements of white compact trunk stor
cloth over pink satin and \ steel bowl guaranteed '
and silver decorated the stage age.3-pos.tlongllll "IISUPER
centered with: a crystal swan $$15.95 value against bu.rn.out.De- heIght. A S.t99
and served as a background for luxe quality through-
holding pink and white azaleas L. out. val ue.
the gift table which was cover-
and bridal wreath. A garlandof
ed with an Imported cutwork
ivy, Interspersed! with pin!
in azaleas encircled with punch cloth over blue linen and centered ":"'
with an arrangement cf SIZE LAWN CHAIR '
,bowl. Flanking the centerpiecewere LMLarge
STARKESEE tall pink tapers in silver :silver and white. Mrs. Wyman :: l t
Harris and Mrs. Thomas Moore
holders. Mrs Mark Hamilton size aluminum folding chair with 6x4x4 extra .iJ.
.. .... were In charge of the gifts. i1t;' ffi1
assisted in serving.The strength webbing. 34' high contoured back flat armrests ] # !! .
(. : ,.,1. "1 All the cutwork cloths were .ir'NItl:
IT IN hostesses presented the white' and were obtained duringa reinforced 1 1" tubular polished aluminum frame. f.71lii'! _' };.
honoree with a white carnation tour of duty In Portugal. "' # $t '

..- corsage and a electric hand Out-of-town guests were: !Mrs !.,\ r.fii. ,;;:
mixer as a memento of the occasion Sara Richardson. Canton, Ohio: Qigllf l \
They also gave the hon- Mike Richardson Nashville, $4.99 value : ;;!J$2 -
ree's mother Mrs. Harry Tenn.; Mrs. John Becker, Peta- Cltfff: :

@ @f1@Lm Mooty, a yellow carnation cor luma. Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. T. : -i tlhN'J::" W''i:'

sage. E. Richards. Tommie Baffin : :\'
Miss Judy Johnson, Marianna; 97 'HI
Mr. and Mrs. Don Humphries I

Mary O'Connpr! .. Fayetteville, N. C.; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Hagen Washing: / \
To Wed Mr. HallMiss
ton, D. C.: and Dewitt C, Jones, i. '

Coforfut Mary Teresa O'Connor Gainesville. Sam Richardson. '-,-:. '- .,-",
Who is serving with the NavyIn ,';:,0
daughter! of Mrs. Ruth D. O'- : : i/
Cjidrcomqsfrom I c I ILI Conner and the late Harry F. Saigon. ? nt special greeting \,: : /
L1 O'Connor of Jacksonville and to his! parents \'. "'-" is
Dinner and dance music
Color TV was "
I L and James Mrs.Eugene Garvln Hall Vaughn son of Mr.of played throughout the party \ / ,

RCA isTf Jacksonville will be united in hours. _" /" ..:N ; ....:
; j marriage on Friday, April 18, at One hundred and fifty guests .... .... :>IIi\I. FOLDING CHAISE
$39995t" .,:. i' 91< .d'" 11\0'
I were invited >
to attend < 04
.atao ..
8:30: p.m. In the Lynwood "'", ;.;..""... $. 'w "''d" """. .......
the "
appointed .. -..
hours. -.
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Church, Jacksonville. .
Christian /
] _
L Grandparents are Mrs. Rosa Floor hostesses for the occas- ../ ... .... ,..,; 5posrtionchaise-
WITH TRADE fF' In were Mrs. .
Tomlinson and Mr and :Mrs. O. Bates ITf. / with 6x15 webbing. SC38
i'J ,);' Shep Tomlinson of Starke and Mrs. E. B. Erwin .Mrs John Matches all the

Tr : Mr.Hampton.Mr.and Mrs. Lynn Hall of G. Sapp, Mrs., Mrs.Lynwood Elaine! Kitchens Thompson $$8'.99 value I / greatfeaturesofchair above.

\ and Mrs. A. Q. Smith.


23" do; ,.. 295 tq. in., picture .. 'SJ

Value .rtn Oscillating action that waters Choice of trowel. cultivate or
:F up to 2200 sq. t ft Set'n spray transplanter Heavy duty chrome

dial for 4 types of watering plated steel heads walnut han
action dies.b
@ cccc[ a

and Mrs. Bobby Welch cf Mr. and iMrs. Marlon Harrington .
Crestview announce the birth ofa of Palatka announce the c $297 ,38 fii
1I daughter Dorothy Angela, on birth of a daughter Karen Joanna ;- \ST;
March 31. Maternal grandparents on April 3. Paternal
YOU CAN AFFORD are Dr. and O. L. HaynesJr grandmother Is Mrs. Gladys
of Starke. Harrington of Starke. $$4.99 v. t 790:

value ) values

= Big-screen


r ucau No n*.d for th. family
to crowd around ,thu J 50' GARDEN 19"
Color TV Q Color TV It '.atu,.i a ;11e PATIO TABLE]

big glar..proof' color Ass 19 !i
picture Automatic chro
ma control up. color G.J HOSE 3.8' two ply heavy 19' high and 19
vinyl Germg hose
round. perfect for TV
I {int n tty th way you Monsanto. Brass fit-
snack table or out on
-iy-_ tings, green mirror
UEIfJ patio. Sturdy S'S'
Fully guaran
G. crass folding leis
Th AIRHIll' teed.
M:.d.l Ot.44 OF 4\.1iI 'r rr
23 eay.yqv ,In porn O '1'

$469.95with MUCH AS VALUES ..

trade 50 % OFF! t .


I.I. I From The Reg. Sq. Yd. Price


i Some indoor-outdoor included :

Sizes from 3'7"x5'2"to 12x15 ;

Winkler Electric LITTLE or HO MONEY DOWN ( Revolving' head with' Pistol. grip' nozzle"
I mmmmHCiM6-TQ24MO aluminum spray arms. gives you fine mist
.1. .l... Covers up to 30' di to heavy stream con.
INC. A'i"Q "Y I OPEN FBI. 'TIL 9 P.M. ameter. Sturdy base, trol. Zinc plated D
corrosion resistant. steel.
231 North Temple Ave. Phone 964-7596 BEDDING-CARPET.DRAPERY CENTER q

929 N.W. 13th ST. CamesviMe Phone 372-0441

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II f.'t\ ALWAYS NNJIN6 714E.:: HOME Oti
Bradford County Hospital an- iV CAR TROUBLE.! MY FRIEND BEAUTIFUL $O"E.5
nounces the following: births: WITHOUT TN13 TRICK HERE NEEDS
Mr. and Mrs. Henry StefaneJH] E. J. Dowling HI of Lake Wales Mark Hamilton was on the Mr. and Mrs. Jose HlglnloDeLofiSantos. 1 /- X'J BE. LEFT HELP... j BALDWiN
were vlsltlngr Mr. and Mrs. Ray- visited Mr. and Mrs. Dowllng Sr. Dean's list at U. of F. in the Lawtey, a daughter I S'fRAMDL'D FOR HOURS/ :
mond Stefanelll In Ocala on on Sunday and Monday. last quarter. Tiana. April 1. :CHEYROLET-OLIS
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Williams Mrs. F. W. Strickland and .
Mrs. Charles Parsons Is the and sons Frank and Rich- children and Mrs. Marlon Moyer Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Elb on. '

guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. ard, attended the" funeral l of Mr. spent several days last week at Lake Butler, a daughter Sharon f ,yg4 1'HA1'g ALL
Stone Mountain Ga. Lee. April 3. Tj N E EVER
TerwUlegar Jr. Thursday and William's aunt Mrs. Frank L. gA E
Friday while enroute to her Bell, Saturday morning in Way- Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner and R3 R I HEARS FROM
Mr. and :Mrs James 4 8AUrjFVa' CUSTOMERS
home In Glens Falls N. Y. cross, Ga. children attended the Holiday on Paul
Pvt. Ice show at the Coliseum Wed- Thornton Starke a son, James BODIE
after a month in St. Petersburg Jimmy Newman who was _
Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale of De- recently drafted in the Army, nesday night. Hance. April 4. pRf Nf 6I 1 } -
Bary was Monday afternoon is stationed at Fort Bennlng Ga. Misses Margaret Scanlan and e
visitor of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons Mary Mann of the U. of F. pent Mr. and Mrs. Ave Alfred God- IEpJopttS
had as weekend guests, Mr. and the weekend with Col. and Mrs. win, Starke a son Ave Alfred
Mrs. Frank Parrish of J. A. Scanlan. Godwin Jr., March 31. ____u -- -- --_-..- -- -.... .......-, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sellers Miami v T
Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr. Is visit-
Mr. and
have Mrs. Ed Parrlsh and
returned to their home In
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parrish ing her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Delano
Asheville N. C. alter five! Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welch and
of Jacksonville Thomas. Starke. a daughter,
and their chJld-
months visit with Mr. and Mrs.L. .
baby daughter in Crestview for
Marla Elena, March 30.
F. Smith Sr. They were Join- ren.Mr.. and Mrs. George K. Ben- two weeks. Dr. Haynes and
ed by their son. Harry Sellers nett of Orlando were Sunday visit- daughter Anne,' spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Alday,
Jr. last Friday who returned ors of Mrs. J. E, Wilson. end with the family. fitarke a son Kristin Shane
home with them. Mack L. Williams is visiting
Glen Champion has returnedto March 26.
Mrs. Charles Schmitt Is vls'.t-'! relatives in Wilmington N. C.
his home in Pittsburg, Kan.
ing her son-in-law and daughter after two months visit with his this week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Millar!
brother and sister-in-law Mr. -- -- ---
and son. David. In Welcome N. and Mrs. Leo Champion.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Mrs.: Russell Bedell daughterof
C. this week. and Mrs. George Stock- had as last Friday night Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. HoUon
Mrs. A. C. Dowllngr of Bush- ton of Murray Ky. were week- dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. has completed her Internship at
nell spent the weekend with Mr. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chambliss and Miss Ruby, Metcalfe Elementary School in
and Mrs. C. R. Scoggins. Marvin Brown. Fugate of Jacksonville and Mr. Gainesville and returned to her
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaef- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown of and Mrs. Robert McElroy and last quarter at the Universityof
fer of Atlanta, Ca. visited L. L. Pedkey Ind. are Wednesday to daughters of Winter Haven. Florida where she Is maJor-
Conner and family over the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Phyllis! Haddock returned ing In Elementary Education.She .
weekend.Mr. George W. Brown. to High Point College N. C. has earned a four point
and Mrs. G. A. Gay were Mr. and Mrs. Carl White Jr. Monday dfter two weeks Easter grade average as a full time
visiting: their son, Gerald Gay. of Miami were recent visitors holiday":" She had as guest last student and has been! named to
and family! in Miami over the of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller.Mr. week MLss Vicki Seay of Winston u
at :
weekend.Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier SSlem N. C. the President's. honor. roll '
and Mrs. Robert Pearceof and family have moved to the QM-2C James Talley of Long of F. .
Arden, N. C. arrived Sundayto State Farm where Mr. Rosier Beach, Calif is home on two Mr. and Mrs. John Deas and
daughter Mr. and Mrs. James
visit Mr. and Mrs. L. F. is employed. weeks leave.Miss" .
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green Thrasher and James Duncan"of
Smith Sr. for several days. Sue Morris of Hollywood
and family and Mrs. J, H. Fields visited! her mother Mrs. E. C. Lake City and Mrs. Myrtle
Cindy and Kenneth TetSvOne, were in Cocoa over the weekend Morris last week. Dendy and Broward Stricklandof :
spent last week In Aripeka with visiting Mrs. Eva Ford. Mrs. Merrill Edwards and Jacksonville were Easter
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Tetstone. Mrs. Jane Anderson of Tampa Mrs. J. G. Howard of Gainesville guests of Mr. and Mrs E. W.

Mrs. Roger Tetstone and son spent last week with her son- visited Mr. Howard In a. Hayes.
Dale returned with them to in-law and daughter Mr. and Tampa hospital on Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Blair Phares of
spend Easter and th's! week: Mrs. Jack Trawlch. Mrs. Edna Hart spent last Winter Park Mrs. Henry Rog-
with Mrs. Mildred Tctstone and Larry Williams who has join- week with her son-in-law and ers of Waldo and Mrs. Carolyn .
family. ed the Navy for four years, reported daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rogers of Raleigh N. C. were
to the Naval; Training weekend visitors of Mrs. Henry
Crawford and son In Jacksonville -
Weekend guests of Mr. and Center in Orlando Wednesdayfor O'Hara.
Mrs. Willie E. Green of Star he, eight weeks training. Mrs. Kate Sheppard of Bruns
were Mrs. Green's sisters Mrs. Wayne Blakenship of the North Mrs.: Bessie Faxon of Gainesville wick. Ga. was a weekend guestof
Ruth Strickland of Ebro Fla. Florida Junior College was home is visiting her sister Mrs Mrs. Edna Hart.
and :Mr. and Mrs. Lyle C. Blow from Thursday to Monday. VergLe Flynn this week. Local admittances to Bradford
of Orlando, and their daughter John Adams of Avon Park and J. R. Hixon underwent surgery County Hospital during the past
Mary, and her son Todd. Miss Dell Moredock of Miami Monday In the Gainesville week were: William! L, Reyn-
Misses Mary Bollinger of Hat- spent the weekend with Dr. and VA Hospital.Mr. olds, Keystone Heights: Mrs
tiesburg Miss., Martha Bollin- Mrs.H. H. Adams. and Mrs. Tommy Johns Bessie Wasdin. Graham: Ronda
ger of William Carey College Mrs. L. C. Adams and Mr. and and family of Macclenny spent Bennett Lawtey; Lloyd W. Bar
and Marilyn Bollinger of Sam- Mrs. Mike Flynn and childrenwere the weekend with Mr. and Mrc. ry Brooker and Mrs. Wanda
ford University were homo for visiting relatives in Daytona J. W. Ritch. Rhoden. O. L. Brown. Mrs. Nel-
the Easter holidays. Beach over the weekend. lls] McKinney Raymond Sauve,

Edwin L. Smith and James
_OI'KN: AM. PAY EVERT11.11' "'uf. .\'SHT 'TIM. 7 1')1.| Harris! all of Starke.
ri fll Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry
Stock Sale!
Entire on Mrs. Will Mae Putnam and
:Mrs. Llllie Morgan are attend-
ing the Grand Chapter Eastern

Star in St. Petersburg Wednes- We mark our cars WAY down
ALL OUR REG. day and Thursday. .
Starke Plaza $2.99 MENS Mr. and Mrs Henry Morrisonhad Inc"
L as Easter guests Mr. and *..' "
Mrs. George Morrison Mr. and U. S. 301 North
Mrs. Ralph Morrison Mr. and .
SPORTSHIRTSREGULARS Mrs. Virgil Morrison, and Mr., o
and Mrs. Rupert Morrison and
their families from Leesburg.
& KNITS Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Swlnyer
4. of Keystone Heights! were Sun-
day visitor of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Nollman.
$ !Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Vlnson
and Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Vat-
ht dosta. Ga. and Mrs. Lillian
I l1 Phillips of Lake City were
2 for r guests Sunday.of Mrs. Bertha Pearceon

Mr. and.Mrs. Dewayne Mc-
Rae of Jacksonville were Sun-

Our entire new day guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George Huggtrs.
$2.99 knit or regular sport shirts SHORTS
Mrs. Pearl Burnham Mrs.
your choice at 2 for $5. All sport Hazel Ritch and Mrs. C. W.

shirts are permanent press. Knits $ 299| Perry and daughter attended

arehi-crew or collar styles in solids up the 50th anniversary Easter

and bold stripes. S-XL. tens permanent press selectionof parade in St. Augustine on Sun.
frayed leg cutoffs, solid Ivy day
models and Dan River plaids. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Miles and
2 STYLES All full cut. cottons and blends family of Valdosta. Ga. were
Sizes 29-42 visiting Mrs. Sue Miles over tha

I SLACKS "- MENS NO-IRON Edith weekend.Mrs.Christiansen Ella Moody visited and Mrs.Mrs

DRESS SHIRTS C. W. Beasley in GaJnesvtUe!
last Thursday.

$499 JI, our reg. $$1.79 $ Mr. and :Mrs. Sherrod "HamIlton \

2 3 and son, Jim drove their
Compare at $$5.99 ( 'i e, forM on. Gary, back to FSU In Tallahassee -. .,.
t 111 No-iron nylon tricot short sleeve on Sunday, after spring
ens Ivy or fastback shirts. Big, selection in choice holidays. Gary made the Dean's!
styles in permanent of white, pastels and stripes. list at FSU In the last quarter.
press polyester-cotton Sizes 14'5' 17. M,. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas -
blend. Newest Spring
had weekend visitors Mrs.
.colors Sizes 2942. as i
1d Kathleen Goethe of East Palr.tka
and Mr. and Mrs. James Mc-
Neely and daughter of Lake',

I City.

j- itc1W' S-Sgt. and Mrs. John Miller

'. NEW SPRING SELECTIONS were business.in Orlando Monday on

:Mrs. C. W. Chalker of Gainesville -
p and Miss Jane Ward of
Lake City were Thursday to
Saturday visitors of Mrs. S. L.
Peek Sr.
Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wollen-
berg of Farmington Conn were
guests several! days last week of
r Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell.
Misses Sandra Register sal
Brenda Cowart of Ttft College
spent the weekend with Mrs.
Betty Register.


2 CATHOLIC ChurchesST.

EDWARD'S. Starke:

JR. BOYS BOYS 818Shorts YS18 BOYS 6-18 Sunday 9:15: : a.m.Thursday Mass. 8 a.m. and

Short Sets Slacks Sport Shirts Miraculous Mass Medal 6:30 Novena p.m.:

$ 19 $289 $399 3 $5Permanent Saturday 7 p.m.

1 for ST.Heights WILLIAM'S. Keystone

press boxNoiron cottons and Permanent press fastENTIRE STOCK OF REG. Sunday Mass, 9 a.m.
er shorts in solids blends. Choice of back style in newest $1.99 knits or reg Wetnesday Mass it Novena,
colors with crew neck plaids, solid frayed plaid and fancy pat- ulars. Shirts are no- 7 P.m.
knit tops In stripes. leg cutoffs;; stripes terns. Slim. tapered Iron tapered fit; knits
Assorted cr lors frayed leg cutoffs; cut. Compare at $4.99. are crew neck and I ST. MARY'S Macclenny: :
Sizes 4-6-3. or Ivy styled. placket collar styles.J Sunday Mass, 11:30 a.m.


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Discussion : .r r % T rsil! 3 Still SoughtIn Chamber Hears RJE Teacher together When you people)don't> learn have to to push pull

Slated Soon Phone Proposal them.-.Hob Pearcy The Dan-
Jobs In Doubt
[Continued From' Page One ir1H ville (Ind. ) Gazette.

Bank Holdup Continued from
Pace One)
plant locates here. A.site near : (Continued on Page Four)
Hampton has reportedly been 6 ?-- ,f and "operate them at a profit., Success comes to him who

selected. I'' Continued From Page One] In 1955, Gore pointed out, there Agreed to set an open meeting hustles while he waits.
Novak: said a meeting of the Jj :were 5,100 :rural phone with press and teachers invited
I companies George J. Melvin, The
plant representatives will be held I t57 totaling several hundred dollars, first marriage prior toner marriage In the U.S. There an. now to act on recommendations vile (Penna. ) Recol'd.SMILE. Clays-
sometime this month to make on his then employer, Harry to Masters. about 2000. of the principals and su-
the decision. The prospects said Green, who was operating a fence Trogdeh is reported to have Big companies now service perintendent on the re-hiring of

they have lined up sufficient In- I post plant north of Starke at the been "in and out"of Starke!Ji recent about 95 !per cent of the 90 million annual contract teachers.
formaton to make a decision rv time. Green described Manning and his l last known address -
years -Accepted bids for furniture
j e !phone in :the U.s., he .said
Novak reported. as a good worker before tidal according to the FBI was "It looks like we're .electrical equipment, and library : -
The plant would process unused Incident. He later served timeIn California He has an FBI record being: killed books for consideration by OF THE WEEK

portions of poultry such as prison at Atlanta for grand. and has served time In by efficiency, Chamber the county staff and authorized
Board Member
Pat Everett told
and feathers. The larceny.
feet, entrails Ralford State Prison. Supt. Casey to award the bids to
would be a high Ruts, the that wit- Core. TNiNKwnATS
end one
product eve was sentenced on June try
Troogeri: the lowest and best bidder.
Another board member Charles :: Tel f SAiO
for to the bank robbery
protein food supplement animals nesses '
25. 1957 to two years for agg-
-Okayed the loan, of five nuns Np.HOHa'NAME
that would be derived thro- described as "short and chubby"with ravated assault front Alachua Sawyer, told Core it appeared
Auto Mechanics buses the Head
Team summer
ugh a high temperature cooking blonde hair, served time in County; on August 2, 195? his firm Is asking an
Start if Insurance coverage
process. Begins Practice On New Car Marianna on B & E charges In to 15 years for robbery In Marion eight per cent return on an in- program of the pupils riding the
The Chamber Board gave the 1964, and a two year sentenceat County; and on August 14, vestment made In equipment.
proposed plant Its support after Apalachee Correctional Institution 1957 to two for breakingand tile equipment wlll be depre buses is assured.
Board members visited two A two-man team of auto me- test, who provided the new car' on another B&E convic- years elated out but Continental will -Submitted the names of
chanic students from the Bradford for training purposes. entering and grand larcenyIn James Bloodworth and Bob
plants In Tennessee and obser- tion in Suwannee County He eontlnue to earn the same return
ved the operation.Dr. Union Area Vocational- The local Vo-Tech students was recently released from Ap Orange County. The Alachuaand if the amount of profit the Ferguson to the governor for
T. G. Pitch asked last Technical Center started train- will compete In Tallahassee alachee and had been staying in Marion County sentences company is allowed to make is appointment to the Santa F?
ing Tuesday on a new 1969 Ply- against other area schools in we.e vacated on May 21, 1965 Junior College Advisory Com
Thursday if there is any organized Starke with his mother, Mrs. :Increased by the Public Utilities
opposition! to the pro- mouth In preparation for the written examinations and mech- Hubert CEffle) Cooper. and Trodgen was released on Commission mittee. Bloodworth currentlyserving

cessing or rendering plant. 21st annual Plymouth Trouble anical tests. Mrs. Cooper said he left homea court order. He was releasedon don'twish hard in the committee but
Novak: replied he did not knowof Shooting Contest to be held at The winning team will earn an short while ago "to look for the same date on the Orange luck you any his,-term expries soon, and two
any. 8:30: a.m. Friday April 18, in all expenses paid trip to the work," and she assumed he had County conviction, upon comple- but I hope you don't get names are required to be sub-
national tion of sentence. It, Sawyer told Gore with a
Novak: said a Letter to the Bragg Stadium. Tallahassee. in Indianapolis, gone down on the East Coast mitted for re-appointment. NO: MATTER HOW LARGE OR
Editor published in The Tele- Pictured\ above (from left) are June 16-18, to compete for a where his father, Cecil Ruis, Ruis, who Is 5 feet, 9 inches grin. The local gas 'businessmen Approved payment of $739 to HOW SMALL YOU CAN ALWAYS
total of and weighs around 160 pounds, added he sympathized 'Wlt.hGore'
the two students $125,000 worth of
Harry W. sch-
graph and written by Dr. A.Y. was employed. She said she Architect Don Morgan as commission DEPEND ON OUR QUALITY AND
olarships and is conspicuous by a birth markat position of having to
Rufus Dixon, Vo-Tech awards.
Covington, county health officer, did not know where he got together on furniture tn the new
in opposition to the plant was Director Ted Oglesby shop Purpose of the Trouble Shoot- with the Mannings, whose the side of his left eye, FBI "explain" the requested) increases middle school.
"written without Investigation." Instructor Quincy E. Gardner Ing Contest is to recognize out- last permanent address, accord- agents paid.Manning too local communities.Gore SERVICEISPECIAL
In other action at the Chamber and Don Williams of Starke Chry standing young auto mechanic ing to the FBI, was California. is over" 6 feet tall, Agreed to make a $12,000
Board meeting:: sler-Plymouth. Inc., local spon- students and encourage them to Ruts is said to have gottenin weighs around 180, and has num- said the last direct increase loan at five per cent interest TEA OIl COFFEELNCLUDEU
sor of the Trouble Shooting Con- seek rewarding careers In this erous tattoos. Including one of"Mom" in local phone service
__ BlP Committee chairman trouble at age 11 for steal- for one year at Florida Bank WITH
field. and "Dad" and a pic- vas in 1958 when the local firm
..,,,I ing money from a service sta- at Starke to finance the chas'ijof
Bud ."cell 1 Cj.A r v vt an --- ture of a panther on the left 'was owned by the H. A. Bishop
has been Board Vetoes State Health Department. tion, and is reported to have four new school buses. Funds ONEHALFBarbecue
provement award: pre arm, "Maggie" on the leftwrist, family.
broken into business
many will be borrowed for the bodies
sented to the Florida Theatre. "Arlene" on the upper right arm, In 1962 the Blftoops' sold to the
houses schools and other build- Chicken
In other action, the Board. later if necessary.
Private Roads Ings in Starke. and "Nagusaki" and a picture .Independent: : Telephone> \ Com-
-Decided that a property Refused payment to Paxsnn
of a palm tree on the lower which' in 1964 merged wlbl DINNER
owner Dave Faulk. will have to Mannings' wife, Arlene, about pany Electric Company Gainesville,
all about (Continued from Page On) the 24, was employed at one timeas right arm. lie at one time lived the Continental System In 1966-
go through for $941 in additions to the middle
of petitioning to have a por- a waitress at the now defunct in Lawtey area with his parents, 67 local: operators were eliminated school and Instructed super-
jl00J t1J were dumped last Friday and tion of the Old Lake Butler Dixie Grill on South Wal- Mr and Sirs.Henry Manning,who and the :new dial system was intendent to ask the firm to $1.25TUCK'S

the report reached him the Road which runs parallel to nut St. She was described as later moved to Hampton, and now installed. supply purchase orders
sanitarian said. The chickenswere reside In Green Cove Springs. .la 1966 free phone service be-
to present SR-100 closed. The a "good waitress, who started FBI -Approved a month's maternity
moved within an hour before Agent Robert Gebhardt said tween Starke and 'Ralford
Commission! went Monday: going with Manning in 1964 and that was leave for middle school
BYXA.Nt'VS he could reach the .scene afternoon to look at the s'.te., subsequently married him. She the four charges were tiled against provided. In 1967, after a survey librarian Gladys Thomas.
FLOWERS Trawick said. following an extensive free local service between BnrlccutDRIVEIN
along with several other projects was charged In connection with investigation with Included Approved two week's leave
IRELAND'S SHAMROCK MosquitosThe some members and the auto thefts In 1964 in Orange close cooperation of the the Starke and Keystone' Heights next October for Mrs. Margaret BEEF PORK SPARE RIBS
IS OURS TOO! annual war on mosquitos road foreman had in mind. and Manatee Counties. departments in Union- was Installed after rates :were Peek, Starke Elementary LibrArian. CHICKEN

The shamrock about which began Tuesday Trawick said, There Is a family connection Bradford, and Putnam Clay Counties., adjusted ,to provide for the service CURB u.s. 301 SOUTH SERVICE
-Accepted the first two of
so many sentimental Irish songs ''With fogging scheduled to be. between Ruis and Mrs. Man- .
have gin within 15 days. three phases of a community ning, although there is no blood ------.---- -- - -
been written, and is also - -- -- -------------
plan from Civil Defense -
.. Ireland's nation- Upon questioning by Commisa- relationship. Mrs. Manning is
Kr-- I loner Norman the sanitarian Director Frank Williams. The the daughter of the 'late Arthur .
al flower
I as
I said the state's Winter Haven plan contains emergency read- W. Masters while Ruls is the : "
common to us Research Center is working to iness information for each fam- .on of Mrs. Effle Cooper by her ri .
here in the United
1 find means to control "love ily in the county, telling them XaP1y.go.at
States as it added not what to do, where to go and:!
l bugs but they are
is to the Emerald I

considered a health hazard. how to go in case of a nuclear the Tidewater Equipment Co. of / I
+ Isle. It is
actually the The sanitarian also turned disaster,. Williams said. Panama City, dealer in forestry> I

common white over to the Board a letter from -Heard a letter read by Clerk logging equipment

clover. There are Clyde W. Simpson Jacksonville Darby, from Mrs. Arlen Mc- -Received notice from the
few lawns and meadows which realtor, who Is planning to establish Knight, county health nurse, SRD that a public hearing will /! i Snort II

do not have a beautiful supply a trailer park and camp that property In back of the be held in Green Cove Spring I :rand !I
of this lovely plant. ground on the old Alderman Health Department on Church on April 24 on a proposal to l SJic"

This little plant appears on Tract on Lake Geneva and on Street Is for sale for $5,000.- eliminate the right-angle curveon I I II

the British coat of arms, along SR-21 between Keystone Heights The property Is badly needed SR-230 at Kingsley Lake

with the thistle and the rose A and Melrose. Simpson asked SUg- for parking space. The Board near the duPont mine. t Join the Fun and Sun Set and Breeze I
hearty and durable little plant gestions on sewer and water requirements agreed with Mrs. McKnight that Approved a resolution for I Through the Spring and Summer with I II

parking is badly needed the extension of Interstate High-
the space :
lowly shamrock has Its : that Casual
place with all the lovely flowers.We Simpson's letter was accepted'With Road Foreman R. R. Jones was way 75 from Tampa to Miamion I Happy Go Eagle Fashi on Look Choose From Our Complete I II
the basis It won't cost Brad
select our flowers with special Interest by the Board members Instructed to look into the situ-
care every arrangement who noted the growing importance tion. ford County money and may I Selection Now. ,I
such utility Installa- place more traffic on US-301
gets our special attention. We
-Accepted a request from enroute to 1-75 at Gainesville. '
like to feel that ours is theworld's tions might!: have with regard ; LADIES
Mrs. McKnight that space be -Agreed to request i Us( attorney JUNIORS ,
most beautiful business adhering standards of the allocated in the old courthouse T. A. Yawn to begin the t ,

I I for the loan closet operated by necessary legal action to pro

the Nursing Advisory Council. cure right-of-way for the county : Tops
I Such requests will be taken under to dig a drainage ditch on

advisement until the Commission the property of Mrs Maude
RENTERSWhat decides what to do with Walnwrlght Hess at Hellbronn I

i the present courthouse when it Springs. The move was made at :I .' Shorts

moves to the new building. the suggestion of Commissioner It

Agreed at Commissioner Norman who said the ditch I

Have You Got To Lose? Zedra Hamilton's request to needs to be dug out or the wet I *
I I.t
again ask the State Road De- period soon due will again: back Slacks

because of fire theft partment to Install a caution water Into chicken houses and I. I
Maybe everything you own- light at the Intersection of SR-16 on farms. : .t 1 .
storm or law suit. Avoid work and needless lass. .
I and SR-225 northwest of Starke, The board also agreed to honor BY WHITE STAG _
Call me today. I'd like to tell you about Nationwide Chairman Shuford noted the any previous committmentsit 1

Insurance's special, low-cost Tenant's Policy. SRD previously refused such a had with Mrs. Hess. TOPS
request, stating the situation did -Set a committee of Commissioners AND COLUTTES \\

not warrant a caution! light. Ralph Bryan. Norman -
tT BILL POWELL and Mrs Jessie!: Chasta'n' :I SKIRTS SLACKS ) t't /
Agreed at Commissioner
to inspect the site of a stoppedup
,' Phone 964-6164 I Norman's suggestion to ask the culvert between railroad and t BY RUSS I / I II
SRD to erect caution signs at SR-325 south of Hampton. airs.

+t ,, l t 401 Starke W. Madison Fla. St. I i the Morgan Road Chapel. Chastain asked that the ditch I IN PRICE RANGE From $500 I II II
-Was notified State Forester -
': by : running a distance of 400 feet '..
3 i; -qn ,, C. H. :oulter that James near SR-18 be dug out. I C3
.4 a Arnold h been appointed
T. is .

NATIONWIDEINSURANCE ,, farm Tommy Clay foreste Com Bel ties.who for Bradford He resigned replaces and to -Smokey-----'-- SayatKEEPYOUR: I Bobby Brooks and Frayne and Fairfield -- From $3.00

move to Georgia. Arnold is a (CRESTS I ;: I

The :Man from Nationwide is on Your Side graduate of the University of GREEN AND GROWING I SEE THE s. ) LADIES I
Florida Forestry School with a ALL NEW, COLORFUL -

Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co. masters degree in forestry man- t SUN-BACK Swiws; iM-" / ( ALL COLOR I
Nationwide Life Insurance Co. agement and a minor in gen. t'
etics. He spent four years with .
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. T
the West Virginia Pulp and Dresses Sandals
Home Office: Columbus, Ohio
Paper Co. as a logging engineer -

and for the past year With The Built-in (asked utii GsW.
has been general manager of p .
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Teachers alized. Damage to the Mr!: ,.
Strawberry Florida Theatre, 301 DriveInSet 2 Vehicles estimated at$2,800.

Insurance Funds Volume Up RECREATION NEWS 6 Big Films This WeekendSwitching Wrecked; traveling Raulerson at a was speed charged too great with for

conditions. Etheridge: estimated
Continued( (Continued. from Page One to a straight dra- in the Civil War on the side or None Hurt Ms speed at 65 mph.
From p>K. on*] Bantam Baseball matic role Elvis Presley port- the South at Shiloh. Event- The wreck occurred at 2 p.m.
day 973 flats $3.46 average; Recreation Department are reminded rays a gun fighter turned, stra- ually, only Caan still lives to 4.8 miles west of Lawley.
344. The second proposal would Saturday. 895 flats at$3.49; Monday Registration is still open for that a meeting will beheld ight In "Charro." playing Sunday return home when his love fora A 1968 Ford was demolished Another mishap OC ; ,erred Mon-
give' $100 increases. to beginning April 7, 1,924 flats at $3.40; boys ages 10,' 11, and 12 to play Tuesday night' April 15, Monday, and Tuesday, April dance hall girl Brenda Scott, bat the driver, Donald Rae Raul- day when Earl Henry Nichols,
teachers and thus raise every Tuesday, 1,4.53 Hats at $3.40. Bantam baseball 7:30: p.m. at the Recreation De- 13-15, at the :Florida Theatre. proves to be more important than erson, 23, Glen St Miry, wis 22, Lake Butler, was attempting -
step in the present schedule at a and Wednesday 850 flats at Age requirement states that: partment office. Beautiful Ina Balin has the feminine his quest for military fame.A only bruised when' the car went to pass an unknown vehicleon
cost of between $70,000 and $80.- $3.59. any boy who shall attain the This meeting will be the final lead opposite Elvis. She fortune in gold intentionallysunk our of control on SRS- 125 west Sr-16 west of Starke.
000 to the Board. Average price for the seasonat 'age of 10 on or before August opportunity to enter the leagueas leads the ex-gunfighter into a in the Platte Riber by the of Lawtey Monday, April 7. Nichols stated, according tho
The teachers :based their sal the auction has been around t and who shall not reach the the schedule will be drawnup trap with a false massage. last husband of beautiful Angle According to Florida Highway report of Trooper Etherldt''J he
ary on the fact that cost of :33.60& Allen said. age of 13 on or' before August at the meeting. Therefore The film is in Technicolor and Dickinson Is the keystone for the Patrolman, K, G. Etherldge the unidentified vehicle crossed the{
living has risen 4.7 per cent in According to figures releasedby 1 is eligible to play. any sponsor or individual plan. Panavision. plot of "Sam Whiskey,"portray- Ford traveled a total of 466 center line. Nichols 1969 Chev-
the past year. Teachers now the Strawberry Cooperative Practice sessions are being ning to enter a team In the Another western and a Civil ed by Burt Reynolds. Clint feet after it first left the pave- rolet went out of control and
stay at the beginning salary of it shipped 12,600 flats last week, held daily :Monday through league must be registered with War film complete an action Walker plays and ex saddle ment before it finally turned over skidded 158 feet on the pavementand
$6,000 for the first three years Monday through Saturday, at an Friday, 4-6 p.m. and on Satur- Recreation Department no later packed weekend at the Florida. tramp turned Inventor whose gad after zlg zagging across the 328 feet on the north shoulder -
until they go on continuing con, average price of $3.96. That day 10 a.m.noon.. Boys will be than the meeting of April 15. "Journey to Shiloh" and "Sam get is used to retrieve the gold. pavement several times. of SR-16 beforaiji-Ve: the
tract.: Cllett said, and during\ figure Is assumed to include the placed on teams after practice:: Sub-District Softball Whiskey are set Friday and Sat- Miss Dickinson offers Reynolds Raulerson and one of his four di tch and hitting a fence.
that time purchasing power of price to the grower, shipping Saturday, April 19, 1969. Meet Set In Starke urday, April 11-12 at the Flo- $20,000 to get the gold back to passengers received bruises and The undentlfled vehicle did not
that salary actually declined to,, costs, and a commission to a .The league schedule will open This Saturday, April 12 rida.Michael the U, S. Mint in Denver from abrasions, but were not hosplt- contact Nlchoto' car, '> \1'> left
5400. salesman.The with a double header Saturday. Annual meeting of Sub-District Sarrazin, Brenda where it was taken.A the scene.
Supt. Tom Casey, who had hot weather at the lat- May 3, at 6:30: and 8:00: p.m. II of the Florida Amateur Scott, Paul Peterson,Don Stroud, triple feature is set at the Stewart leads a big cast in Damage to the left side ofNlcho
met previously with the teacher ter par' 'it last week made berries The schedule will be arrangedso Softball Association Is set Saturday and Noah Beery star with James 301 Drive-In this Friday Sat- "Shenandoah and Raquel Welch 's' car was estimated ,i I.
group, supported the request to mature faster Allen said, that each team will play two April 12, at 10 a.m. at Caan as the leader of a band urday, and Sunday, April 11-13. and Stephen Boyd star in $331. Neither 'V : ,' or Y, ,
have a portion of their health but the cooler temperatures this games each week, with single the Garden Restaurant. of seven young men who set Don Knotts stars in "The Shak- "Fantastic Voyage." All three ,v} pa3 Jot !? vera IP lured.No .
week has slowed them down again, out from West Texas to enlist iest Gun in '
Insurance premiums paid by the which games on Monday and Thurs- City members of the P. A. S. the West James films are In color charges wore filed.
board. But he asked the teach Some growers consider good. day evening at 6:30: p.m. and a A. to be represented :Include --- -.........-'"
ers if they had any recomen- current' speculation week is paak'now productionfor sees the double header on Saturday :at Starke Lake City Palatka St.
datioas as to where the money the season and that the volume 6:30: and 8:00: p.m. Augustine, Lake Butler Gainesville
would come from for the pay won't be as lar u tY : ear Anyone who would be willing Cross City, and Fernan- .1
to serve as an umpire for TERWILLEGARMOTORS
increases. the dina.
as last. But, Allen says that
:Funds available for salaries remlans to be seen. Bantam League Is asked. to Primary purpose of the meet-
total about $1.6 million! anrual-\ please contact the Recreation: Ing will be to elect officers for j
ly. Casey said, and Invited the Department. the coming year and to decide
teachers to submit any workable 4-H Ratty DEADLINE FOR ENTRYIN dates and sites of the Sub-Dis
plan that would utilize MEN'S SOFTBALLIS trict tournaments both men and
that amount of money. TUESDAY, APRIL 15 women in fast pitch and slow
But freshman School Board Day ScheduledFor AU teams who plan to parti- pitch softball. Price-cut in
:Member Charles Sawyer tock cipate in the Men's Softball Randall Davis Is chairmanof
>a different position: April 12 League sponsored by the Starke this group :
"I must confess\' I do like the
Idea of a yearly increase, no About 200 4-H Club memberswill
matter how nominal," he told meet at the Bradford County Magazine Subscription Racket
Casey. Fairgrounds Saturday Apr.

12, from 9:30: a.m. to 3 p.m. for Draw Warning From Conner
Board Member Rodney Hall t
their Rally Day which Is held FordCountrynow
pointed out that every teacher annually to demonstrate things
pay Increase over the past 20 the members have learned !in "Not too many weeks ago I encyclopedia salesmen, Conner;
years came from the state A their project areas, as well as pointed with alarm to FloridIans quoted the FTC.
big! state increase last yearguve enjoying contests and other about unscrupulous maga- He also said they misrepre-
teachers in Bradford County activity programs. zine sales operations in our state. sented offers as being "special '
pay Increases ranging from The! schedule will ;start with Now the operations are so wide-J Introductions" or that they were !
$900 to 1500. registration at 9:30: a.m. with! spread In our nation that Con- conducting a market research
Insurance Problem .Starke senior girls in charge. gress is calling for an investi- survey and not selling anything.
"It's a .real problem tryingto Walter Prevatt County Council gation of the sales practicesof Conner said almost every day
the "we receive letters from Florida
with a heally Junettonal subscriptionsales
come up president, will conduct open1.1'exercIses
group insurance. programfor at 10 a.m.Demonstrations industry," Commissionerof consumers who have been misledby
teachers" BHS faculty memher will start at Agricultne Doyle Conner said deceptive telephone come-ons r'
this week. and the fast-talking salesmeninto
Wendell Kelly, a former insurance 1969 MUSTANG
10:30: with Jerry Redding, pre- and often
The House Interstate and For- signing expensive
the School -
salesman told sident of the Lawtey Club In .
eign Commerce Committee is long-term magazine
Board. charge. There will be demon- being asked to Investigate and the FlorIdians should be aware they
Since the present teacher strations in agriculture, vegetables Federal Trade Commission has could be victimized on their own NO. M16I8
group Is entirely voluntary It veterinary science, of
Indicated it is considering reopening doorsteps or in the comfort
contains an unusually\ :high number foods, and home and family! cllvtelons. its investigation in this their living rooms, by the tac- WAS
, of poor risks, he said. Many area and reviewing the "codeof of these fraudulent operators -
teachers ,also choose not to par. Public speaking will start at ethics" for the industry which tics Conner said. $2760.00!
tlclpate in the program because 11:30: with boys and girls! from came out of that investigation
their husbands are members of all clubs participating After a Conner said. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
other groups in 'which employers picnic lunch, the Dress Revue He also pointed out that the SPAGHETTI SUPPERA Now $2380.00 :
do participate.A and Share the Fun (talent) con FTC has ordered the former spaghetti supper sponsored
"good" employee health test will be held. The remainderof and present distributors: of :by the Junior Woman's Club
plan would cost the \school the afternoon will be devoted Collier's Encyclopedia and other will be held Friday, Apr. 18. In 1969 FAIRLANE 500 '
,board between $25.000 and $35- to fun and games and a recognition publications to stop making false the Woman's Club from 5:30: to TUDOR HARDTOP
will be played,
claims to sell them. 7 p.m.
000 per given year Tuesday., according to figures Winners program.in the various categories Conner said the Florida Department starting at 7 p.m., with a Jackpot NO. C1689
of Agriculture's Officeof prize of $25. Tickets for the
of the "premium will represent Bradford
Paying WAS ,
would entice more insurance County at 4-H District Events in Consumers Service and the supper will be $1.25.
Macclenny on Saturday Apr Florida Consumers Council have NOW $2760.00
companies to bid on the pro- ,
received numerous complaintsover
gram, a group insurance plan 36. the past several months JacksonvilleBusiness ,
executive from Gulf Life told
about the sales activities of magazines ,
the Board. He also pointed out Tax Assessor'sClosed and encyclopedia sales ,
that a group with a high number
AfternoonsUntil people, either on a doortodoorbasis ,
of high risk participants> perpetuates or by telephone campaigns."We :'
higher premiums because
tho 1969 Bradford County intend to reach every
fewer and fewer persons Floridian repeatedly to alert him
tax roll Is completed the officeof
remain iu the group to absorb
to the problems he may
the costs but the bad riskS! always Tax Assessor Gene Long will financially if he signs on the I
be closed in the afternoons.
remain. dotted line without being awareof
made the announcement
the lie should
Wednesday, saying the move Is consequences.
"This is an area that 'warrants investigate the reliability: of the
at least a review by the Board" necessitated because of detailed salesman and the company he Sales and Service ji jii
work that to be done accuratelyhas "
Conner said.
Supt. Casey said. He pointed out represents J
that state law makes provision to be done without interruption. There has been misrepresentation Parrish MotorsSALES

for public agencies to participate about providing free sets
He estimated It will take about or at a reduced price, if yearly (
In health, hospital, end accident i !
a month to complete the new tax supplements are purchased or in
insurance :plans from
any funds that might be avail roll. return for written comments and SERVICEPARTS 1
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( Hiring 41 Employees t

For Head Start This SummerWith t v b .E I I f; Some City Voters 1 I

the 1969 Summer Head such things as bus routes and the I f; b i :
Start program approved for purchasing of food and class-II ASk
Bradford County, CUBB Econ- room supplies. This way the I !11
omic Agency is proceeding with program can be designed so as 11
the hiring of 41 employees who to best use the $46,000 in Fed-' p" I Don't LH ere iiii
will work in the program for eral funds approved for the Brad- I
eight weeks from June 23 through ford County program." DsE. T
August 15.Harold F Rr
McClendon said today Danger SignalsIn .; How many people live out- ,pertinent information,including happened In the past. That
that "the Bradford County Advisory side the City of Starke and :'the address. too, hinges on whether they are
Committee has been receiving Buying still vote in city elections? Edwards said he purges the qualified city electors.The .
the Head Start job ap- "A very few, 25 or less," voter list each year by mailing issue has been raiseda
plications during the week." Told By Conner says City Clerk Merrill Ed- a card to each person who number of times and may
Those serving on the Committeeare j wards, who also serves as failed to vote within the pre- again come up in the city election
Mrs. Gwendolyn Collins, Commissioner of Agriculture supervisor of registration. All ceding two years. slated this September.STARKE .
Mrs. Joyce Reddish and Mrs. Doyle Conner warns that every )>- P i but a tiny minority of the 2,300 The card contains the follow-
Thelma Dixon, parents of child- consumer should familiarize registered voters live in the ing statement:
ren who will attend the programthis himself with the ten danger city, he says. "My status has not changed
summer; C.M.Clark, repre- signals of buying, in orderto "As long as they are registered since the time of registrationand
senting the Bradford County protect himself from exces- "t and vote regularly, I am a qualified voter of
school system, Frank Williams sive or needless costs.. no one has the authority to remove the City of Starke." BUSINESSDIRECTORY
representing the Bradford County The consumer should be alertto "; YJ'ii ->>' them from the voting Recipients of the cards must
Children's Committee; Mrs. "bait and switch" adver- : -' :> list," the clerk says. sign and return them within 30
Katherine McGill, representingthe .v. ,,,,",,. -, .. City Attorney George Pierce
tising, unordered merchandise, .x' 'f. oM. >> ;:;<:'-1<1- days or they will not -
Welfare Deparment, and "bargains" blank checks and John Naughton Ford Motor Company vice president and Ford Division general manager, says the city has adopted the to vote.
Mrs. Mildred Hitchcock, repre- state election
blank contracts merchandiseleft stands with the 1970 :Maverick, Ford's answer to the booming imported economy car market code which sets The clerk showed a batch of
senting the Bradford. County on approval basis, oral and the division's first all new car since the mighty Mustang. Maverick averages 22V4 miles per up the eligibility of votersa -- cards mailed out in one month.A AUTO SERVICE
Health Department.The guarantees, referral selling, cylinder engine. resident of Florida for a total of 34 had been returned -
gallon from its peppy
merchandise left on approval year, and for six months in by the post office with
committee is expected to. "golden opportunltes," wrong the county or municipalitywhere the notation that the person list Gilbert S. Brown
submit to CUBB a list of Individuals delivery and oral estimates, Vets Warned Against Bogus Insurance SalesA application is made. ed no longer lived at the add-
that the committee feels Conner said. The code also requires that ress given.If Standard Oil Service Station
should be hired in the programthis "Each is warning has been issuedto all who fall to vote within two cards are returned ATLAS
:McClendon wenton one important, for who has been sent to convert Dixon veterans to exercise prop-
summer. if the consumer is not infor- veterans that lists of for- servicemen's Life Insurance urges in years are required to reaffirm erly signed, the clerk said, a TIRES BATTERIES
Group selecting
out that "the CUBB care a com-
to point med and alert an unscrupulousor mer servicemen may be obtained Dixon they are still qualified voters. notation is entered on the reg- Budget Terms- Road Service
Board will make! the final deci- warns. pany. An insurance policy becomes -
Some time PHONE 9M-7071(
the list of
fast talking salesman could Improperly by persons The Government has insurance ago istration books that the city
sion the hiring of all employees no more meaningful and Starke
on Starke
407 N.
who voters was kept in Temple -
sell misrepresent themselves. a clerk has been notified.
overcharge or poor qual-
agents. Dixon says, valuable the and
at its regular meeting on over years
registration book
There are individuals who did not Other Interviewedsaid
ity merchandise to him. Floridians secure persons
no single commercial
agentor will find it
28. This I shouldbe veterans helpfulto
April way list the addresses
of those
lists of former service- re- to
should contact their they are opposed non-
able to notify all job applicants company has an exclusive nave a responsible company HURST'SSHELL
have Chamber of Commerce, Better men and an agent may call right to do this. and agent readily avail gistered. residents taking part in city
whether not they
or on a veteran returning home When the city switched over elections. A majority, how-
been hired by the end of April." Business Bureau or police if Some non participating insurance able when the need arises, Dix-
they have any questions con from military service and try companies are mail- to the permanent type of reg- ever, made an exception whena
At the present time there is cerning contacts made with to make a quick sale,according ing literature offering a ser- on Veterans states. interested in con- istration the names were placedon person has a business in the Service StationGas
room for an additional 80 child- them," Conner said. to *\*.T. Dixon director of the viceman's group life Insurance verting their service insurance ing cards with"a stamp denot- city and lives elsewhere, part- Oils .- Lubrication
ren born in 1963 and 1964)), in In addition, the person may Florida-lfairs. Departmentof Veterans replacement policy. These should apply to one of the part- Since then, when icularly Kingsley Lake. Monarch Tires & Batteries
wish to contact Robert J. Bis- new appli- Another "hot" topic is the
the (Head Start program in Brad- companies are not legally auth- icipating companies through
hop, director of the Florida Such an agent may try to make cants are registered the cards question of non-residents run- ROAD SERVICE
ford County. Anyone agent in the local community,
official have been filled out with 301 and 100 Starke
believe he is an agent all
enrolling a child in Head Department of Agriculture'sOffice Dixon said. ning for city office as has
Start this summer is urged by of Consumer Affairs, .eeSe a e .. .
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Mr. McClendon to contact the I
Thelma Dixon at the Bradford or the Florida Consumers' 1
Neighborhood Center, located Council, which Bishop ser- I I
over the Chamber of Commerce ves as executive secretary, and
office, or the CUBB Economic Conner, as chairman, Conner I II I
Agency; located behind the Court Each of the categories Involves I II
House, for additional informationor hidden charges, or pre- I
an application blank. McClendon sents problems to the indiv- I
said, "The sooner we know idual receiving or purchasingthe I
who will be attending the pros merchandise which could I '
gram the easier it will be to plan cost him hard earned moneyas I
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To 'Fire Hunting' ChargeLewis LF7 T J Under The Telegraph For Phone Office 961-6305 Supplies

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Gene Hall, 51, of)f Jacksonville possession of a Run." InvestigationAn ................. .....
and Levi! Bovee, 45, of
Middleburg were arrested Saturday The law provides a fine of not .
night Apr. 5, by Wildlife less than $20 or more than $5on. investigation is under way
Officer James C. into the death cf) Earl Prater : :
Hubner. and or a prison sentence of not less
charged with "fire hunting.1 than five days colored male inmate in the DISCOUNTMustang 'f
The arrest was made about 9 year.Dead or more tha.1one (East Unit of the State Prison .

p.m. on State Road 225 I./.w.( /! Sunday.\ fellow inmate, EarlJ. .
tey to Kingsley Lake) just inside Jones, is listed as defendantIn Sala Lot MOBILE HOMES INC'. .
the Clay County line. Chicken the case. ,
A ''Bradford County coroner's .
Hubner said he confiscated a Disposal Bills Jury was empalleled Sunday, : :
1969 Buick belonging to Hall I PrefiledA t:7: And viewed the body but was CLEARANCE SALE I I
and fire hunting equipment Including recessed until completion of ,the
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automatic .22 rifle two flashlights providing for the san Donald Carter, prison investigating -
and one headlight. The has been disposal of dead chickens! officer, said yesterdaythat IOn Reconditioned Used Mobile Homes
pre-filed in, the
Title was loaded with, .22 Ions! Legislature. FlorIda he expects to completo his
rifle hollow point 'bullets, the Inquiry Into the Incident this 12 WIDE .
officer said. Listed as House Bill 221, St r ,.e \ week. No details can be announced flt 2 Bedrooms Front & Rear Doors .
was assigned to the committees ., until(that time he said.theOld1m $3395 .
The men were taken to Green on agriculture and appropria.
Cove Springs and placed under tions for study.It S .
$500 bond each. They later pled .ate I 7t 12 WIDE .
not guilty before County Judge lists acceptable methods of Yutw. ,y 4 S 3 Bedrooms I Vi Baths .
Thomas J. Rivers, and will be disposal of dead birds, as wellas
tried some time hatchery plant $4695 .
next month. plant waste and processing ) ......... ................ ...
The men were charged under delegates authority products for enforcement and- ....' i l&uA .' -----J, Other Model Comparably' Reduced .

Florida's Gun and Light Statute to the state commission.. New Moon Capella BronswoodConcord .
which prohibits: Displaying or' er of agriculture.The .
Down Payment Ne er a problem' at Multan,.
use of a light between one hour Floating Fire HydrantKeystone
after sunset and one hour before bill states that sanitary bachelor is a fellow 4820 N.W. 13th ((441 North) Gainesville 378'3' .
sunrise In a place where disposal may Include Incinera-
deer might be found, and in a tion. processing for feeding to Fire Heights Chief Volunteer Ed capable of delivering 125 gal- be used with I 11/4 inch hose, who portunities.failed to" embrace his op ..... ...........o.....
manner capable of disclosing; .swine, burial in sanitary disposal Department Ben- lons of water a minute from and a fog nozzle to fight fires
the pita, other nett (right) and volunteer fire- any lake, pond, or sizeable
presence of deer while in or methods which directly, or to refill the 500-
may be approved by the com man Tommy Tyer Jr. Inspecta pool of water. gallon tank on the fire enginean -
missioner.It new "floto" pump recently Chief Bennett said the new operation that can be done
acquired by the department.The pump will prove useful in the in four minutes. GAINESVILLE Business DirectoryAir
FLORIDA grants the commissioner new piece of equipment Keystone area, where so many (Photo courtesty Gainesville
the right to inspect the premises consists of a flotation collar lakes are available. It can Sun.)
where poultry Is kept by:
commercial producers and to .. --- Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES
THEATRESHOWTIME quarantine any premises found Equipment
to be in violation of the law. NEW BOOKS Typewriters Add MachinesFor Air Conditioning MUSTANG
The penalty for violation is set Heating By Santa Fe Tractor,
at a fine not to exceed $500, or AT THE LIBRARYADULT General Electric FORD Mobile Homes, Inc.
Weekdays 7 P. M, :t by> Imprisonment not exceeding: Sale or Rent At The Telegraph Russ's Sheet Metal, Inc. Farm Tractors It Implements
six '" 1 Gainesville's Discount Mobil
Sunday 3 P. M. months. 6-1
Gainesville2520 N E. 18th Ter
Saturday 1 P. M.\ The bill is being co-sponsored FICTION I Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE NEW Home MOON Sales_ CAPEI.LAAUTO Lot.

Double Feature ProgramFRI. by Sen. Bob Saunders of Gain Pontius Pilate Maler: The ,. GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOOD
esville. Eagles Of Malice Scholefield; \ SAVE SALES Low Monthly Payments
., SAT. APR. 11, 12 Many A Green Isle- Twnbull;
Johnson & Faris Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346
Spelling Contest The Broken Tower Sanaulo( : ( BRASINGTON ,
Ready Or Not-Scannell; Blood = CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE:
A Fist Foil Oft _
Finals April 23 Of Strawberries Van Dyke; < SALES SERVICE Insectlcldes-Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
Past Praying For-Woods: The .
Fine Selection of Used Car
ssree Finals In the county spelling Senator Pearson: 3 Ships and Taken On Cadillac Trades YAMAHA BMW
contest will be held at 130p.m. : Three Kings! Salaska; Elephant w, That Green Stuff 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 3T8-S30 We Rent Fertlllier Spreaders h LJIf"
Wednesday April 23, In Across Border Burke; Hide- 224 N.W. Rib Ph. 378-047 v'J-'v"-n t a
the Starke Elementary School awayProcter; You're A Long ATi CRANE bales Parts Service
cafeteria The contest Is limit Time Dead Clapper: Eli. MERCURY MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378.2811
ed to 5th. 6th. 7th. and 8th zabeth's Greeting Haughton;
Authorized Sales!! & Service
grade .students in the county "Z"- Vasiilikos! ; The Singapore Nasworthv'sSPtiti FOR MOTHERS-TO-BE MUSICBALDWIN
2201 N. Main Ph 372-4375
schools. Wink-Thomas: The School Of
Soft Knocks Wiegand; Loving Crane Imports Lingerie Dresses Slacks
Preliminary contests are being Hands' At Home Johnson; Ed Volvo MO Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits!!
held this week in the various McBain Hunter; The Wind! : 606 E. University PIANOS ORGAN
schools. Blows Free-Smith: Except For Phone 372.4251 EXPECTANTLYYOURS CHOICI Of THE ARTISTS

The in county the regional winner contest will compete on Me HammerBaldwin And Thee-West;; The The Velvet Face- Barkley Motors, Inc. INC.3iPltant MI ISRco;

Saturday, May 3, at the Roose- maker-Gordon. 7M W. University OpP. S.F.J.C.
velt Hotel in Jacksonville. Winner TOYOTA G'ville Shopping Ctr. 372-5353
of the regional will participate The New Flow To j 4 wheel drive and car
Keep House
in the national contest In Sales Parts Service MOVERS
-Gillies; The Land Of After.
Washington D. C, on June 5. Clean Used Toyotas K. E. Ent. Inc.Thompson1
noonSowden Hyde .
COLOR DV)ici) I t,{ttr(United Artists lema Cohen; The Drug Dl- 36 Months 1700 N. Main 376-1266 Long DIst.ancelovin: : ,
The contest :is beng! sponsor. : Snakes The TO PAY .
Keeper Refrigeration Storage Packing
ed In this area by the Florida and The Kept Kauf- .
Times-Union. field; The Promtheuj Pl'oject- Deauty Academy Service Crating Shipping
Feinberg; Heating Air Conditioning Free Estimates CallPOWELL'S
PLUS WHY Repair on White Appliances HILL'SVan
Ford SalesmanTo Industrial Combustion Service

JOURNEYTOSHILOH Be Honored JUVENILE One-legged FICTIONThe Ghost- Lift-! Beauty Academy, Boller Room Sales A Service Service, Inc.

on; Circus Sequins JMermood; Pay More Learn a Profession In Your 3038 N. Waldo! Rd.;. Gainesville 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vllI
Lowell Vickery, of Terwllle- The Ghosts Of Lee House-Prid- Spare Time. Pull or Part Time Telephone 372-2162 372-4271
gar Motors, will be honored for dy; 219 N.W. 10th 378-2766
an outstanding sales perform PILCU MEN'S WEAR PAINT GLASS
In the Diplomat Hotel. Hollywood .. Passage To The West -Gcr- dio Wood Cabinet 2 STAG 'N DRAG LIDDELLPAINT&
SUN., MON., TUES.Ai'R1L'13,14 Fla., this Saturday. son; Tunnels Doherty; The $89 95 Speakers Tone $29x5 ELECTRIC
He will be among a numberof Great Reaching Out- Froman; Control.C. .I Griffin Suits GLASS CO.
15 Ford dealership salesmen Efoie You Were A Motor Repair Co. .
Baby UPTO II i Arrow Shirts Florshelm Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Door .
On his neck who will be: presented! 300-500 Crowell.r Of Gainesville, Inc. .i Formal Rentals. Tub Enclosures Shower Door

he wore the .. Club membership awards fo"excellent Adjustable book H. Nasworthy Furn. & Appliances Repairing Rewinding Ladles Sportswear Furniture Tope Windows -
retail sales Vinyl
brand of a killer New "iiyid Used 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Awning.
ance."The club was founded In .. All sixes 30 cent ea.at .
his 2816 N. W.
On hip Kth Ph. 372-8218 and GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. 37MW1
he wore 1950 to recognize! the perform The Telegraph.
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throughout the country -
The average member sold nearly .
00,000 worth of automotive
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Runners Nip Lake Butler 65-57 .Y ,. t. j

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By winning the final running their best limes of the season. 440Yd. Da.sh1)) Webb LB. ;
event the mile relay. Bradford Wayne Bennett, Brant Turner 52.5; 2)) Alexander, LB, 53.9;
runners beat out a tough Lake Clarence Slade, and Hugh 3)) Reddish. BHS, 544. Resignation
Butler team 65-57 In a dual Stephens were seventh in the 180Yd. Low Hurdles U
meet here Tuesday night. big meet with a time of 1:34.3.: Orlggs. BHS. 21.7: 2)) George. Of NovakIs '
Thy were running with all the LB. 22.3)) 3)) Smith BItS 22.4..
It was the first meet under tt Jacksonville schools Gainesville 880-Yd. Run -1) Patz. BH3. ? -
the new lights just Installed at High Orange Park an/1 i 2:10: ; 2)) Lowry, BHS. 213.5: ; 3)) Accepted 4r.,9
the Bradford oval. It was also( Bolles. Driggers, LB. 2:15.1.: .
the first night that a track meet t The sprint medley relay teamof Sprint :Medley Relay-1)) BHS The resignation of Peter J.
and a baseball game were ever Bennett Stephens, Slade, and 2:10.5: (Bennett. Stephens, Slade. Novak as executive secretaryof
held at the same time at BUS. Buddy Trawick turned in a Trawick). the Bradford County Chamberof
Spectators got to see two events 2:08: their best of the year. 220-Yd. Da.Jt1)) Alexander Commerce was accepted by ; :
for the price of one. !' Stephens had a 10.5 time In LB, 23,3; 2) Webb' LB, 23.5; 3)) the Board of Governors last :Yr
," Bennett turned Grlnrgs. BHS. 24.7. Thursday, April 3.
'. I the 100-yard dash
A Lake Butler runner B'll'! ; in a 23.9 in the 220. injury Mile Relav 1)) BHS 3:40.2: The Board also approved the

Alexander led all contestantswith ,. !hampered and Ricky Frick hads (Andrews Trawick, Patz, Red recommendations oUts executive
23 points. He placed first t I 4:5: mile the first time he has dish). committee concerning terminalpay '
220 broad Jump and lll' : five minutes this year. Broad Jump 1) Alexander. and a leave or absence iy
in! the 100, 4t. ,.: : broken Chamber man- 1
shot put, and was second, be Statistics LB I9-8',4; 2)) Grlergs.! ; BHS. for resigning t ,

hind a teammate, In the 440- Bradford hurdler Scotlle Smith places ircond hi the 12V- 120-Yd. High Hurdles 1) 19-6: 31) Stephens BHS. 18-8. ager. } ', ..
Pole Vault 1)) Grigsrs.; BHS. Novak's resignation was accepted 1'i v:,
yard dash. yard high hurdles !in BUS' fi:>-57 win over Lake toiler Tueidarnight George. LB 16.1; 2)) Smith. effective 30 and ;i tri
11-6 2)) Driggers.' LB. 8-6.
BHS 16.5; 3)) Griggs, BHS, 17.1. ; d
on the local track It was the first meet run under the new he was granted a leave of ab-
Bradford's Ronnie Grlgg 100-Yd. Dash- 1)) Alexander Shot Put-1> Alexander, LB. i6t
garnered 15 points with wins *n light Installed nt the BITS track. Smith's time was 16.5, four LB, 10,6; 2)) Stephens. BUS, 41.1'fi! 2)) Mangus. LB, 40-10; 3)) scence with pay from April 3 to ,4., .
tenths of a second back of the leading Lake Butler rue er. .38-1V4 April 30. Novak was also givena '
low hurdles and Webb 10.8. Buby. BHS
the 180-yard 10.7; 3)) LB. month's terminal ,,
the pole vault. He was secondIn Mile Run 1)) Yawn. LB. Discus 1)) Albritton, LB. the Board he will be paid salary through by ,,r, W 4f d
the broad jump and third: in, ant eight points in 3:40.2.: At the Lee Invitational! 4:586: ; 2)) FrIck, BHS 5:03.4: ; 3)) 1IB44: 2)) Shuford, BHS. 100-0: May 31.Motion. ; ,
the 220-yard dash and high hur It was the third win aganlst Jacksonville last Thursday Murphy BHS, 5071.:: 3)) Buby BHS 93.-). to accept the resigna- : ,
dies four losses In dual meets for April 3, Tornado runners failed 880-Yd. Relay-1)) BHS,.1:36.0: High Jump.-1)) Murohy, BHS. tion was made by George Rob-
BHS. to get a point but turned !in (Bennett, Turner. Slade Stephens 5-4: 2) Lowry BHS. 5-4: 3) erts and seconded by li. H. (Pat) '
But It was ]left to the BHS ). Smith BUS, 5-0. Everett 0)

mile! relay team of Jimmy An Second BHSInvitational The Board also named Mrs. YOUTHFUL-Twice[ as cute as any button !is this princess-
drews. Buddy Trawick Allen Lillian Bishop, Chamber secretary styled jumper dress with U-shaped bodice. The black and
Patz and Marshman Reddshto : as acting director. Mrs. white cotton blouse with big puffy sleeves and high collaris
win the meet. They racked. Bishop was also made acting the perfect foil for the all white cotton pique jumper.
up the first! place and all-Import Set April 18 ., director of the Bradford Fair Created by Betty Carol for Mam'selle.Special .
Association In a meeting Thurs- '
day, April, at which also Novak) "t ,.- ..
Five ''additional events have e-7 II ... #
Adams Leads also announced his resignation Forces -- -
been scheduled for the big meet .
( .o of that
as president group. '
by Coach toper. Besides the From Carolina rr --- c- ]
BHS Golfers regular events there will be a440yard -

relay, two mile relay. ; ,, ,k ; l,,, ,, LETS CATCH Now At Blanding -" : (
B.11 Adams led Bradford Hlsh one mile walk, triple jump anda THE MALICIOUS
in the Florid. 3,000 meter steeple chase. Four l1-
School golfers r WilSF WOODS hundred Special Forces I .
Star Conference match with an r .,, BURNER!* troops from Fort Bragg N. C. 'I";;;' ""= ,
eighth place Individual and Twenty-eight area high schools arrived from Camp Standing
fired a 9-hole 38 in a tight match have. been invited to participate BHS outfield Gene Melvin slams a Bolles pitch la Ib* last week and will be engaged< "Now, my opinion for what

with Fernandina here April! I in the second annual Tornadoes' 6-5 win Tuesday night. But this one didn't /go for a in! a special training exercise it's worth. ."
b7 Bradford High School Invitational .. r
which the Tornadoes lost hit. until April 29. While here they :;:::::::::::::::::::;:;::::': :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::%
Track and Field Meet set
three strokes. :Mehln has stolen nine bases to lead the Tornadoes la that will also conduct a weekend :$:: ::::
had 43 at April 18.
The BHS senior a GLASS
Country Club la department. He has not been caught The senior baseballer baa e > school for Special Forces units :: :1:::

the Jacksonville DuClay: to place eighth "f" r 1"t 4 Preliminaries are scheduled stolen third base three times of the Florida National Guard. :S:; FOR EVERY PURPOSE :1'

among 24 golfers. Dale 'find .& Sandra lIaRs doesn't seem too at 3:30: p.m. and final at 7:30: fs 1 j
Florida While here, the troops are occupying I Mirrors
in the
ninth place 1
44 for
excited: at BUS' second baseball under the new lights over the '
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match and Mike Fogg hada Bolles a tent camp in the biv :
Star Beaten 65In
BHS asphalt track. OSS.iS'.oai
win. .
45 for tenth place, according -' i Dose area. ::::! FOR EVERY PURPOSE :::'
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to Coach Jack McCasklll. :
Meeting Fernandina on the Don't let him get away with It! SHEA'S j

Starke Golf and Country Club Veterans And Widows Told Big BHS WinThis with Bolles drawing the bye as will Next be host month to some Camp 2,000 Blending( FlorGLASS:: CO. :::

course TuesdayAprll, \ 1, the Tot the 11th team. Winners will advance ida National Guardsmen ;:;:;: :::
nadoes turned in their best performance To Keep Records UpdatedM. to the District Tourna their annual field? training. An :8::: n2-4)15 372.4351 :::
of the season, the coach Hurler Mark Graudons went weekend the Tornadoeswill other 3.000 Florida Guardsmen ';:=: 1313 N.W. 4th Place ::j::
said. Johns backed !Adams all the way and knocked in: the face Santa Fe twice in two ment. Bollea wUl occupy the camp in June :':;':: Gain.svlll. ::::
38 with a 40 and McBaehad T. Dixon, Director of the on the veteran's dependencystatus tying runs as Tornado baseball-! non-conference tilts. The two #::::WW:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;It
a 43. Their record Is nqW' Fla. Dept of Veterans Affairs, is contained in the VA ers edged tough Bolles 6-5 Tues teams play at BHS Friday night ABI1R
3-8 tor the season. stresses the Importance of a case file, the Veterans Admin day night on Bradford field. at 7:30: in a make-up contest Melvin. cf 301
Bill .Adams was termed the veteran or widow keeeing their istration will only authorize rained out March 18. Saturday flail IfBrown 201 When You ropn ,\m1r.-\i'* fharjj
outstanding performer for the Veterans Administration payment for a single veteran It was the second win of the they meet at Santa Fe at 2:30: rf, 101 Account --
Coach McCasklll. The claims file properly documented. until such time as the neces- season for the Tornadoes and Graudons, p 321 (
season senior has a 5-3 individual re sary information [is submitted. they had to come from four p.m.Next Thursday, April 17, the Smith, ss 2 0 1 Your Prescription! 'lax: Itctorcl-
widow In instances Dixon said behind to win it. The loii Tally, 3b 3 0 1 Tor You Us
cord in match play.) Junior Dale Since the veteran or many: run?! Sub-District Baseball Tournament are Kept liy
performed well the coach. has made their original claim, a new award has to be madeto dropped Bolles from second to with Starke facing St. Temple, Ib 310
Johns marital status or dependencystatus Include any dependents who third place in the Florida Star Augustine at 4 p.m. will be held Riherd, 2b 310 Andrews Drugs
said.MVk could have changed. If Conference and virtually: eliminated Earlier c 300 S
termed the have not been previously declared here. Four other games will also s t
Fogg was
For '
Fast Dl.il 98! 7171( 111
Delrverj R
Improved golfer on the there is a birth In the familyor to the VA, and this any chance the Bulldogs be played at selected sites totals 23 4 6
moet Freshman David McRae a death In the family, or creates extra work for the Vet had to win the baseball crown,
team. Roberts lack experience any change of dependency stat- erans Administration[ as wellas according to BHS Coach Dewey
and Richard
coach but us, the veteran or widow should the most important part, McKinney.
the says
immediately contact the Vet- a delay in payment to the vet
show promise of being taD-notch erans Administration and have eran. Graudons gave up four hits *
golfers once they gain: the necessary their records updated and four runs In the first inn ,.

playing time. This is especially important Dixon suggests that for helpin ing and it looked like another ,.
The Tornadoes will compete lathe when the veteran has service updating your V A claims folder Tornado loss was on the way. ,,..
District Tournament Thurs. connected disabilites[ and is to contact the local Veteran But the BHS pitcher: tightened >
day Friday and Saturday, April hospitalized. lIe could be entitled County Service Officer, up after that He allowed onlY
10-12. at the Beauclalr Country to 100%i rating under cer- who will assist, free of charge, three more hits walked but one,
Club in Jacksonville. Players tain VA regulations, plus additional in accomplishing this most important and fanned 10 in the last six i
who qualify will then competein benefits for his depen phase of veterans affairs innings.
the state tournament. dents, and unless the neces- or write Dixon at P.O. Graudons came back in the
sary documentary information Box 1437 St. Petersburg, Fla. second to strike out two Bolles
- L hatters who got hits off him In :
the first. It was the second complete
game of the season for the
Bradford pitcher. Ha retired the COMMERCIALPRINTING

GIFTS TO MAKE CRAPS GLflDl 1)) hits last The nine but Tornadoes they batters came he had with faced.only men four on

-- _. base after the Bolles pitcher l issued
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111 walks.
Jimmy Temple's single !in the
bottom of the fourth! after
=yy1j Graudons had singled and Johnny
SMITH-CORONA i : '--' Brown and Mike Smith :o
-- load the bases with two out,

CoronetrM drove in two BHS runs.

., 1 Greg Riherd followed with a

PORTABLE ELECTRIC single up the middle to drive in
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Full 88 character keyboard, the Bolles made It 5-3 in !the top Is A
same as on office electrics! -_ cF of the fifth! when BHS catcher: Specialty With Us
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YOURS FROM SMITH-CORONA! was his ninth: steal of !the season .
; he has not been caught, Cards. Office Forms, or any other kind of printing
Dennis Hall and John Brown
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walked behind Melvin to load
the bases. a call.
At that point Bolles broughton
ace hurler George Tomllnson
to put out the fire. After eight If we have printed for you before a phone call will

I Others To Choose From warm-up tosses Tomlinson faced start our presses turning
Many Graudons and threw his first as we keep at our fingertips .

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the second between short and
? ,r third to drive In Melvin and
Hall]!, tying the score at 5-5. Our printers take pride in their work and you are as

n 1 Brown went to third on the sured of a neat clean and accurate job.
1 play and scored the winning run
4JJJJJiii' whe the Bolles catcher allowed PHONE
/ a passed! ball. Tomlinson then
settled down and retired the
Tornadoes without another hit COtj
but Graudons matched his effort '
retiring the last nine men SINCE 1879BHS -

CLASSIC Coach McKinney was especial

$56.50 $109.00 $129.50 ly high in his praise of his top p
hurler He also praised Grau
dons Riherd. and Temple for
BRADFORD their timely hitting.
E COUSINCE "The game proved the whole
team has courage and deter
mination to come from behind
and win" Coach McKinney

The Tornadoes were shut out
10-0 by Lake City last Thursday
April 3, as the Tigers launched
a 12 hit attack In their home

The Bolles win was BHS' second i
against 11 defeats.

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editorial. -

'3 Letters to US.MAIL

1 K1 i. f20 the Editor

Legislative DilemmaFollowing

Dear Mr Matthews:

liberty!l" American citizenshipis
his pattern of the past From time to time a wise and prized commodity in this confused
in The new Constitution demands that prudent man will take a stroll and strife-torn world. It
speaking sonorous generalities
that the 170 state agencies be around the perimeter of l his own is a precious privilege desperately
or more
"are full of sound and
fury, signifyingnothing" life to view himself from the
sought by enjoyed bya
solidated into no more than 25 major
Governor Kirk offered \ same vantage point from which comparative few, but universally
little in his address to the Florida Legislature departments. The controversial question others must behold him. This admired and conveted by

at noon Tuesday that would is whether to spread authority takes courage, for the picture freedom loving peoples throughout

help members of the House 'and Senate 'over these departments somewhat'even- unfolded is not always a prettyone. the far reaches of the earth.It .

solve the problems of ly between the Governor and the Cabinet ft is a pearl of great price we
meeting record. sometimes take for granted, but
breaking demands for operating funds members, or to put the bulk of the \ ((1 There is an old truism, equally at the same time it Is a ray
departments under the Governor. Judging true today, that we used to
and capital outlay with no increase in of fresh hope that millions frorr
taxes.In. from past performance, we would hear articulated with fervencyand alien shores would literally die
feel a lot safer with the authority devotion by olcitlmers( who to win.

their spread around, rather than too muchin \ believed in it through practical Let us, then, belatedly admit
current session the first application in their own lives
under the new State IConstitution the hands of the present Governor. more than by pious declarationof that. along( with Inestimable privileges
of citizenship there is
General opinion around the State a
a nebulous theory. These were
the lawmakers will be asked to
concomitant and obligation
approvea compelling
seems to be that specific elected individuals nature's noblemen among the
budget of $1.07 billion for the fiscal devolving upon us all
] should boss specific departments hewers of wood and drawers of
to be citizens. Let
year starting July 1, as recommendedby water, the salt of the earth. good us
the State Budget Commission. of government. They !knew In their hearts that face up to the reality that freemen
never lose their liberty in
"you don't get something for
The only move by the Governor up Another sensitive problem to be faced nothing." You never have, and one from fell us swoop piecemeal it is by purloined the twin

to now is to plug his proposed $500 by the Legislature!' is the matter of tax you never will! destroyers of any government-

million bond issue to speed up high- exemption. The new Constitution would ( We, as citizens. get about the Ignorance and indifference. We

way construction, and to demand re- permit a boost of homestead exemptionto same caliber of service and pro are told on highest authoritythat

organization of the state's public school $10,000 for senior citizens fas well as tection from government as we we should, "know the truth
deserve -- be it good, bad, or and the truth shall make you
is the disabled. This could win votes for
huge bonding
system. program indifferent. We receive In almosi: free!" Let us see through and look
to members of the the legislators!;] the home folks ,, _
unacceptable many among exact proportion the same beyond small tempests. Let us
Legislature, and it is not believed thatit but would reduce the revenues of hard- r 1 1uT thoughtful consideration from search out the truth and then have

would be approved by the voters in pressed l cities, counties, and school dis- r officials' we elect to govern us as, the "guts" to stand upon the
stan!11IR shoulder to shoulder and highest housetop and advocate its
a referendum, which would be required. tricts which depend heavily on property
taxes. speaking with one voice, we have pursuit. Let us at the same time,
the courage to stand up and make however, freely admit that no

The Governor has failed, as usual! ], to The financial plight of many local demands of those who are still manmade thing Is ever so per
servants, not masters of our fect that it cannot be made better.
recommend any major specific ]legislation ] governments will cause the 1969 Leg. -
"Not with
people. politicians...
NTGoewIN If there be improvementswhich
to the House and Senate, despite islature to take a critical look at laws not with office-seekers, but with we can make to our System

,requests from House Speaker Shultz that exempt hundreds of millions of you Is the question, Shall the through implementation of positive -

and Senate President Mathews that dollars worth of real estate from ad HELP. Union and shall the libertiesof suggestion, let us get to

he do so. As in the past, he is expected valorem taxation. ----- --- ------ this country be preserved to it through the orderly processesof
the latest generations?" So declared America !
to remain aloof, offering no con our way
the Great
structive plan, then use his veto powersto matter of salaries. The State Personnel FarmersThe Diaryly February, 11, 1861 Emancipatoron as he was Let us be ever mindful of the

express his discontent with specific Board has recommended approval of on his way to assume the Presi- fact that freedom is never free,

bills which the Democrat-controlled $17 million in yearly] pay raises for the dency of the United States. Lincoln and that It must be rewon through
House and Senate approved in effortto later said, and it might well constant vigilance and continuing
an rank and file of State emplovees. Big- berry season Is in full dangerous.
have been a timely quote from effort day by day. May we
solve the State's financial .
woes. ger increases in pay are also being swing now production go- this very hour, that "there is, rededicate ourselves to the daily

sought for top-ranking elected officials Ing through the Cooperative, Often words used commonly' even now, something of ill-omen task of revering, protecting, improving -
the auction market at Starke, 1 l are easy to say, such as the I the increasing
amongst us. mean
and bureaucrats well courthouse American
In 'addition to financial problems, as as and defending our
and direct sales In cities In the one used to Identify a stick or'etake disregard for law which
House and Senate members will also officials] in most counties.It per birthright against any brutal
,state and other areas. And, as driven into the ground by' vades the country; the growing without from
aggressor or
find themselves!' ] involved in a historic usual a moderate amount of A contractors or surveyors. It !s disposition to substitute the wild misguided agitator within our

reorganization of the state govern looks like an interesting session fruit Is being sold along the pronounced "staub" but on and furious passions, In lieu great country! Let each of us

ment with the most sensitive issue being and unless!' we miss our guess the highway, usually at three pints looking it up in the dictionary' of the sober judgement of courts.. make doubly sure that he could
for a dollar. we found it spelled "stob". and As the patrolts of Seventysixdid have done to make our
whether the power of the Governor "fall >truy" will be none other than that more
that it is variant of the word to the support of the Declaration
a country greater, mose useful,
should be at the nsnallv it in
strengthened familiar fellow who nets
expenseof Sam McGnrvey
Accordng to one observer, the- lly "stab," of Independence, so to the and more abundant for posteritythan
the State Cabinet. the long run Mr. John Q. Taxpayer. plants are loaded with berries support of the Constitution and when we were privilegedto

of all sizes, varying from tiny maybe a kind word: The new courthouse Is coming laws, let every American pledgehis enter here!

ones up to those which are mature along on ,schedule, we're told by life, his property, and his
Rally For DecencyThe and ripening. With .some We have only a few camellias; contractor Ernest Triest but sacred honor-; let every man Yours for a strong America,
good weather, and prices that but as they are being "eaten the concrete walkway out !n remember that to violate the law am

are high enough to give the up" by scale, mites, or some front has been :held up by rainy Is to trample on the blood of his Frank Williams Sincerely,

growers a profit it appears that suoh pest we gave them :a weather. Incidentally___ ____ n_ the_ cool father and to tear the charterof
I recent ''Rally for Decency," heldin and Anita Bryant attended, lending the season may turn out well. spraying with an oil emulsion where the fountain will' be located his own and his children's
moral] and financial support. It was a .
the Orange Bowl at Miami was a The best device we've found yet may serve as a place for
refreshing change, proving that the so- We list weather as one condition for that Job is a little spray gun officials to cool off after a "hot" Aspirin Still Leading Cause
refreshing breath of air in the
polluted called generation gap is not so wide A for it it should become which is attached to the garden meeting in the building.!
atmosphere of violence, perversion, and chasm! as we have been led to believe. very hot the plants will be hose. It is suitable for little Jobs Ot Poisonings In HomeAspirin I

sadism that seems on the verge of engulfing Gleason remarked :"I think it's great. harmed and the berries will around the yard and when It Ia case you may have forgotten -

the entertainment media of the This kind of movement could snowball "ctok"' on the hot plastic mulching becomes clogged (as ours does the deadline for filing your continued to rank as external medicines and
the U. S. and perhaps around What is needed Is cool every so often) it can be clean Income tax Is April 15. Many the uun ot
na tion. across number one leading cause kerosene products accountedfor
nights and warm days and we ed by flushing out and,maybe a people tackle this Job early, hot
the world. last
of poisonings in Florida 183 cases of poisonings,
;hope growers get that break nt jab or two with a piece of wlra. Sam lets it gO until the last
according to Dr. WilsonT. each. Poison plants accounted
The rally was :such' a success that: this critical time In the season. minute, so this coming weekend year
Sowder, state health officer, for 127 cases: and turpentine
already there is talk of staging similar It could be that this will occur. In In applying the spray, the he'll be fussing around with It who said there were 6,455 poisoning four poisonings. Other

demonstrations for decency throughoutthe spite of what we read and see happen. One of the plants in our backyard trick Is to get it directed to 1MB and hoping he will not owe cases in the state during forms of poisonings accounted -

nation in hope that movie producers ing daily, the fact remains that there Is a particular joy to us underside of the leaves, which Uncle Sam.too much. .more. 1968. This is an increaseof for 743 cases.

television programmer, recording are still more decent performers than at this tme. It s just a common Is often easier said than done. 400 over the 6,055 cases of Dr. Sowder said that families -
companies and book publishers will neurotic exhibitionists. There are still old azalea but it is a blaze When Sam does: the job, he gets We all hate to pay taxes but poisonings reported in 1967. purchase toxic commercial
decent teenagers than there areyoungo of glory and lights up the wholDyard some on the leaves, but more of until someone can come up Two-year-old children continued products nearly every time
the that there still
get are a '
message people lost in the maze of im putting a nearby camellia 'it on him so that right now !ha- with a better way of maintaining to lead all other age groups. they visit the grocery store.
few unwarped minds in the country and with Its three: blooms to shame.. ought to be fairly free of 1"edspiders our government it looks as Most accidental poisoningsare Fallute to read and heed the
that they deserve some consideration in morality. There are still more decentparents'than Other shrubs require a lot of mites and scale. Seriously If we'll have to deduct line 15B preventable. Failure to labels on these products, which

the entertainment output. there are those who love care and expense but the azalea It U Important to wash from 14B and subtract that read instructions and warnings warn about their dangers, lead

their children so little as not to care will do well If given a little thoroughly after the operation' from line 82, whichever Js on chemical products and to the poisonings. The natural

The Miami rally followed shortly where they are and with whom they fertilizer now and then and as these chemicals are extreme- greater .etc.. long Into the night. improper use and storage of curiosity of children who
associate.Tt medicines and chemicals account learn by exploration and sam
after a member of a rock singing group --- -- -- -
for the high incidence of pling leads them to Investigating -
had appeared on a stage there, disrobed poisonings, especially in child the countless products and
and made obscene gestures. He was seems ironic that things have drugs which are found in the

later charged with intoxication and reached the stage where young people Remember. ren.During last year there were home.

indecent exposure feel] compelled to demonstrate in favorof 25 Years AgoBy 1,450 cases of poisonings from Parents can prevent poisoning

decency, but we glory in their courage overdoses aspirins, and 2,494 accidents by reading the

in doing so. Now, if they will be cases from other internal med- labels for the dangers and pro
It was refreshing to hear of a rallyat backed concerned adults Alice McGarvey mised the use of school facilities drainage tile for some of the icines. This means that 62 i per use of medicines and chemicals
which the demonstrators! :\ were on the up by more and plans were made to most flooded parts of town. of the total number of cases and locking all toxic pro
side of traditional American principlesof perhaps those who are pouring out this Twenty-five years ago the cit reconstruct the tennis courts be Lake Street, which ahs been was due to various kinds of ducts out of reach of children.

morality. Placards proclaimed: constant stream of filth will begin to izens of Bradford County and indeed hind the school. closed at the request of the medications If poisonings occur in the family

"Down With Obscenity." Adult entertainers Bit up and take notice. the state of Florida were Money was needed to hire recreation school *was opened exceptat In addition, cleansing and polishing the family physician, hospital
worried about "the increase of director and some staff the request of the agents accounted for 522 or poison control center
of the calibre of Jackie Gleason] In that neighborhood should be called
streets Immediatelyfor
juvenile dellnqulncy. assistants. The council hoped the other cases; insecticides ranked
Worry And Death A group of concerned citizens that the County Commission, the which had become almost fourth with 484 cases; and instruction regarding the
I chose Hev. George C. Powellas City Council of Starke and the impassable.The petroleum products were fifth proper antidote and other care

chairman of the Bradford school would each agree to meet council heard a requestby with 227 cases. The Inges- of the patient.
I Thousands of Americans die every some to believe that complete relaxationof County Youth Council. Governor one-third of this need. liev. George C. Powell, newly

year,, from heart diseases or cerebral the body in rest will tend to preventthe Holland made the choice appointed head of the Youth Council -

hemorrhages both of which: are includedin development of high blood pressure. official by his appointment of for money to help defray the ." ..... ,
the so-called diseases of civilization. This includes complete mental relaxation Mr. Powell in that capacity.An Jimmy Kersey and Joyce Davis expense of summer time recreation 1. I v:1i -
Nervous tension and the fast tempoof which is difficult for many indi executive committee was found the most eggs in a third for young people. d r -
Hunt. Mrs:
chosen Easter Egg
part adult and part youth. grade
viduals. The brain which has been -
for the busy
modern life arc responsible The various organizations Inter Biggs was their teacher.
high blood pressure that often forecaststhe for hours finds many things "to think ested chose one representative Sue Perkins and Donald Stern =---
end of an individual's existence about" in one's leisure and this mental] from its members. The young were winners In the second grade 7 Woods Fires ..

Some years ago Dr. William II :Mol-] activity often prevents sound sleep. members of the committee were .. .

den. while exploring in Brazil, found an About the best answer to the problem, named by a group of teachers'' . Are Reported ,

Indian tribe in which these diseases were as we see it. is the development of an Adults sitting on the committeewere In order to salvage every bit r, f\3

unknown. lie attributed this to the fact individual philosophy of life, includinga : Charles A. Darby, mayor; of waste paper the 4-11 boys From April 1-7
Foster Shi Smith, BUS principal I. volunteered to pick up the paper
that the Indians are not in contact with religious faith which will bring the "
: -
; Nasworthy; Mrs. Sue every Friday afternoon and Saturday -.--
civilization and, therefore "do not individual into harmony with his environment Bateman; Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, morning. The salvage was Seven woods fires which burned '
worry" and the principles which and Rev. Charles Allen. to help in the national war drive a total of 39.2 acres were reported [ Go Sooting &

There is a tendency on the part of should govern human life Youth members of the committee and was lead by L. T. Dyer, by the Florida Forest ""fe ;
Lake Wales News were: Billy Colson,Bobby County Agnt. Service during the week of _

Turner, Virginia Sewell, Merry April 17.Fiftyone. 4-. r- i "
The Bradford Beth Knight, Bobby Biggs, and The Woman's Club planned to fires have been reported -- ........
County -_. Marian Brown. Improve the Woman's Club Parkon since Jan. 1 this :year By Lynn HamiHon. of Southern :Marine
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED j[ Basically the purojose of the Church Street. Mrs. L. II, compared to 107 over the same
Poor "lost weekends" and bills
performance' !
-. ... ... committee was to provide whole. Jennings was chairman of the period In 1968. There have been Dig repair
are all by-products of a neglected boat and motor. They'reall
1879 some recreation for young people committee which also included 227.1 acres burned this year,
i""i. unnecessary and easily avoided reports Bill Spaeth
during the summer va-\tt'n Mrs. II. C, Hitch( club president according to the Forest Service, manager of engineering at Evinrude Motors.
$ period. It was the opinionof ; Mrs, Levy Canova, and compared to 811 over the same
r,. many that the reason for the Mrs. Lex Green. period In 1968. Routine maintenance I la the
MEMBER /.7 dhei3i61e Increase in youthful lawbreaking Their first step was to consult No rainfall was measured at answer! especially! afteryou've Fouled spark, plugs are another
Give thanks in all circumstances. was the fact that in many a surveyor on how to dralr enjoyed several: week- cause of mid-season
the New River or Louis Hill towers
RES5 end outings with your rig. problems. Remove the plugs,
FLORIDA .-(I Thess.! 5:18). families both parents were busy the area. Planned were cypress during the week and only The service experts! have pre- clean and re-gap. If you think
1ASSOCIATION Problems of inharmony can with war-work and the children bridges over the ditch, landscaping two-tenths were measured at pared a checklist to assist you replacement Is necessary.don't ,
were not properly supervised. benches, picnic tables,play tie Santa ,SPe tower. Average In protecting your investmentin put It off until another
solved thankful
be by
a appreciative Various entertainment facilities ground equipment, and an outdoor fun afloat the remainder of dayYou'll quickly save the
) attitude. A ready word in Starke were made available fireplace. rainfall for the county for the the 1966 season. money new pugs; cost thanks
/ of gratitude always brings a for the use of the committee Money for the project wouldbe week was a low .07 Inches. When you pull the boat out to more efficient fuel con-
response. All of us like to be In its summer program.S. raised by a chicken pilau The 50-year average for the of the water, check the bot- sumption.The .
appreciated.( We all know howwe A. Weldon promised the use supper, refreshment booths at month of April U 4.63 Inches, tom for marine growths. third key point is the
E 1.. :M i \TTII F.\\'S. Editer-Publisher react to appreciation ; we of the bowling alley one nighta the courthouse at election time, According &to Forest Service re-' Fresh water boatmenshouldn't propeller. Check U for nicksor
have a false sense bent blades. Just to be
cords. on
Published each Thursday and entered as Second know how it makes us feel approved week. W, M. Edwards said and voluntary contributions. of security Marine fouling Is the safe side have your ma-

Clas Matter at the l>ol 1 Office at Suirke. Florid of and desirous of being the armory would be availablefor IF WE DON'T HAVE IT problem everywhere, not line dealer check it out on a
some programs E. Charles In salt water. Give the seriously -
un""r1 of March; 3rd. 1879. helpful. Let let only pitch block. Unless it's
more us Office
Marotta, director of USO- After week of almost con we'll get it for you.
a hull a good scrubbing while It damaged, he can prob.
Subscription in trade area; 1 )rar. $5.00; Outside "thank you" be our quick response NCCS, agreed to the use of the stant rain Starke City Council'smain Supplies Furniture Equip.- 1 li> still wet If marine growthsdry ably put Itnto "like new

trade area: 1 year, $5.50 to every good that ap club building for certain pro- topic of discussion was meat. Bradford County and harden, your Job will condition. If he recommends

pears. jects. The school trustees Pro- drainage.( It was agreed to buy!' Telejrraph. be twice as hard. a new prop, f.Jllohis advice.

April 10, 1969 TELEGRAPH Pag" 9

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CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS: c"ifRclr, LAWTEY. Sunday: Bible Study 10 ,a. m.; School 10 Morn OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Sunday a.m.;
School l, 9:45: a. m. Morn
ifyhdw School. 10 a.m. .- East Call St.)
CHURCH ((416
Morning: Worship, 11 a. m.YouthFollo'ship tag 11:15. Morning Worship and Communion Ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening
Worship : Sunday,
Priesthood, 8:45: ;
Sunday School. 10 a.m.. 11 Evening Services:
Service a m.
Worship 7:30: m. Prayer
p. ;
\ 6 p. m. Choir Practice N18/1 service, 6:30.: Highway.: 10:00 Sacrament -
ALP Worship Service 11 a M, Sunday School, : ;
services, : 7:30 Wednes-
Y Meeting, : p. m.;
Wednesday 8 m.
p. 125V northwest of Lawtey.Rev.R. .
'" Branch President,,
d Evening Service. 7 p.m. Worship service 7 11:00:
day-Rev. J. C. H.e.stel'S, pastor.
Robert D. Burch
r .
Rev Bennett
Tuesday Night Cottage PrajrefItyteetlng. y, pastor.LEVEL p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Dean Hansen 9646278.


Hunt Thursday!' NIght Prayer Meet- Churctf Vh tag in 7:3 Grace Baptist CHURCH
church p.m.
Youngsters CHURCH School 11:00 Morning
Worship. 11 'a. m. PreServtc5A : n m. /
Youth Service Friday night Sunday School 10:00: A. M. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. TrainIng -
(Booster Band. Young\ Schedule of service: Sunday Worship 6:00: p. m. Training
7:30: p.m. Morning Worship 11:00: A. M. ]ic and Prayer Service), 6 School( ) 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor Union 10:15: a.m. Morning
Pet ( ,
Ivy Luke. Pastor'SMYRNA Training Union 6:00: P. M. 11 m, Evening Worship -
10:45: : a. m. Training Un .ship. Worship a.
evening Worship, 7 p. m.
Easter 11:00 A. M. p. \i\
1,400 EggsTake Evening Worship Mid-week Prayer
: MISSIONARY Meeting, Wednesday Mi\1\ cek Service, Wednesday: ion. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service Wednesday:::10 Prayer Ser- 7:30: p. m. -
Prayer 745.: Mid-Week Prayer Service 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service Wednesday 7:30: p.
: vices,
BAPTIST CHURCH 7:90: p. in- E. R. Bowers, D. D., .
7:30: P. M. Wednesday, 1:45: m. 1:00 Family night. m. Come let us worship together.Rev.
150 youngsters, 18 monthsto Gina Griffith, won prizes In the 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services : Rev. Virgil Lovett Pastor. .pMt. r. p. night- : p. m Allen] Price, pastor
11 years of age. and 1,400 brIghtly age 5-7 group Jamie Beam. : Sunday School, 10 a. in. 0'. "" -
colored and dyed eggs and Elaine Pearce and Gina Brown Preaching 11 1m.. Training/ :: '-

you have one of the biggest Easter were winners In the age 840 Union 3:45: p. in. Evening. Worship -

Egg Hunts ever sponsored group. 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. JORDAN MISSIONARY. I I
by the Starke Recreation Department Prizes were a large stuffed -Elder A O. Flynn, pastor BAPTIST MISSIONU.

Easter Bunny, a small stuffed S. 301 North, behind Tas- dj yid t !
Toddlers Kim Brown and i Tina Easter Bunny, and Easter ,bas- ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL tee Freez Drive In. Sunday DO :
findersof ] 10 Worship Service 'ra .
Farmer were the lucky School a.m. Sw r
the gold and silver eggs in kets.The Recreation extended its Sunday services: 8:30: a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayr
the toddlers group. They took to appreciation to Mrs. Robert Holy] Ei'charlst.! 9:45: Church er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. I I II

the egg hunt and huge Easter Firth. Carp's Department Store School. 11: Family Service. -Leroy Olive pastor: E. L.Grlffts .

Bunnies they WM, but didn't and Bradford Feed Inc. for con Holy Eucharist: 1st r.nd 3rd associate pastor. >> YOU r <<
seem to go for the picture tak tributions to the fount. Sundays; Morning> Prayer 2nd
The following helpers were and 4th Sundays.

ing.Other winners In the toddlers also named by the Department: I I
group age 4 and under were !Mrs. Llllle Ann Jonns Jane Hu-
Lisa Proctor. Joe Grlffls. andMaria lett. Pam Rayburn. Donna Prevail
Dale Opportunities for service: 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.
Darley. Brian Johns and .
LeonardJohnson boiled dyed Sunday School. 9:43: ft.nt. Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship >>
Martha Farabee. Johns. The helpers to' t-
and Morning Worship 11. Youth Services, 11 1\. m. and 7:30: p.
Pat Mundorff. decorated 1,400 eggs
and Choir Practice 4:30.: YoutH; m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7:30p. : f: THOSE WONDERFUL
Fellowship Supper. 5:43.: Training m.-Rev. Chester J. Siiouippe, ,
Union. 6:15. WMU Prayer pastor :*:: YEARS. es ::::
W. O. Thomas F. E. Overliolser, Circle, 7:15.: Evening Worship. N -

Services HeldIn Of 7:30.Tuesday: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH They xhall/ abundantly litter thememory
Hampton Lake, RA meeting. 6:30: (Highway 100 at Theressa)
Lake Butler Sunday School-10 a. m. *
; Dies On CruiseFloyd P.m.Wednesday : of thy great
Family Night Morning> Worship-11 a. m h

Funeral service for W. Supper, 6:30.: Prayer Meeting. Training Urlon-6: p. m <<
Emerson Overhoser] 65, # fjoo Thomas 50, of Lake Butler of Hampton Lake, died Thursday, 7:30.: OhurCh Choir Practice. Evening WOl'slllp-1:15: p. m. -
who died Thursday 3 in 8:30.: Wednesday& Night Prayer Services
April ,
April 3, while on a crulseaboard ::1{: blessed us with children and
Alachua General -7:30: in. Rev. Merle
Hospital afteran the M. S. Sunward out of Miami. Thursday -. Sunbeams and p. >>

extended illness were held Born in Napannee, Ind., on Feb. GA's. 3:30.: Packham, pastor. r:c grandchildren.. Our lives;, :;@
at 3 p.m. Sunday in the First 20, 1904, he had lived Hampton -Denton Sumrall. pastor.
Baptist Church, Lake Butler,with since 1965, coming from Rens- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Rev. H. G. McLeroy officiating. selaer, Ind. where he was a retired FIRST UNITED METHODIST OF STARKE '::1: and now theirs have been ::

Interment followed in Crosby Superintendent of PubUc West Weldon< St. and Raiford #
lake Cemetery under the dir- Instruction. He was a member STARKE Road j: molded in the church. One '::
ection of Brannon Funeral Home of the Madison Street SundayChurch School 9:43: Sunday School rsf
Baptist : 10:00: a. m.
of Lake Butler Church In Starke. a.m.; Morning WorshIp. 11; 11:00: a. m. Morning) Worship 111 generation/ shall praise) ; :co: '- '''1 '''''''n'' '''1''.'' .."... ._... 1' ....... .... . ;
Mr. Thomas was born in Bradford Surviving is his wife, Mary MYF Snack Supper, 6 p.m.: ;.OO p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: ; _=-' f ",.'..'._.r"1....,...'..'.'.'.'.,;;-r1:......,..r.1.I5.: ........r"1...5.: ........r"1...5.: ........1'..'''...".'...,....'.r.-fo.. .J_...."....r"1,..5.: ........r..... }- .;:.;"..
County; where he residedin T. Overholser; one son William MYF Meetings, 6:30: ; Evening p. m. Evangelistic Services. 1 thy u'nrtcH, tn another/ and/ shall JZ
Starke until moving to Lake Worship. 7:30: ; MYF Fireside, .
Butler in E. Overholser, Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Mid. :::; The Church is God's appointed in this world
He :
1968. agency
was em- 8
daughter, Mrs. Connie 8:30.Monday week declare/ arts Pass
ployed with the DuPont Company Ind.Clark; ,a of Hampton Lake; three Jr. Girl Scouts, Pastor PrayeaMeeting.T ti? tllJ/lIl1ghtU :: for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and k j1 1

in Starke, and was a member sisters, Mrs. Evelyn Peterson, .3:15: ; Methodist Men's Club) : E. GilleyHUILUROXN tit: rt of His demand for man to respond to that I love byloving :
r of the First Baptist Church of Glendale, Calif,; Mrs. Lucille Covered Dish Supper In Fellow :::: on this priceless heritage to L; his neighbor. Without this grounding in the ,, .

Lake Butler. McDanlels] Peru, Ind.; and Mrs. ship Hall 7 o'clock. BAPTIST : j love of Cod no government or satiety or 'way of life i 1 1Xr I
children andgrandchildren.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs., Maxine Rowe, Muncie, Ind.; and Tuesday-Jr. Girl Scouts. 3:15.: CHURCH HIGHWAY 10 N. your will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold il .

Mary Thomas, Lake Butler; one four grandchildren. Wednesday Younger Chil Sunday School, 9:45: 'a. ;anMorning ::: ;it .4 so dear will'! inevitably perish. Therefore, even from ":.v :tt
daughter, Mrs. Patsy Griffls, Funeral services were held dren's Choir Rehearsal. 3 j>vm,: Worship 11. Training ::::: :::r.'' a selfish point of view, one should support the Church 1Y ki4vl c f

Starke; three step-daughters at 11 a.m. Monday in the Mad- Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Union, <6:30: p. m. Evening Service ::: for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. : : ij
Mrs. Anita :11
Wells, Ellavlle, Ga. Church with 7:30. r
; ison Street Baptist : :, 7:30: Midweek Prayer Ser- S.
Mrs. Sandra Dennison, Bradenton Rev. Denton Sumrall officiating. Thursday Chancel QiorRehearsal. vice, 7:30.: :::; :c:: Beyond that. however,,every person should uphold on
; and Mrs. Lenore Stephens, Interment was In HIHcrest Memorial 7:45.: hH.L.!! Tommy Howe Pastor ;:: : ; and participate in the Church because it tells the truth &: off
Lake Butler; two- sisters, Mrs. Park Cemetery, Gainesville Saturday Older ChIJ Floy Thomas s
brothers Mae Pritchett Jacksonville;four Funeral Home in charge. -DeW.tt T. Farabee, Jr. pasS Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning :.:.:.., o.p I 1....;. J.t"::. ;'M:.::.'

Armond Thomas, Twin tor. and- .. foil .... J:... ::
Lake ,J i ; Worship 11 .a. m. p. : C.I. Ad 10.* :
Ga. )
; King Thomas. Eau ( ",''''' .
in.- Rev Fred'Johns pastor ::: i.fafl .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. :
Gallic; Edward Thomas U. S. Mary Ella Lewis ::.:. ." 9- ", .. "; ..01' ..... ..01' .. ; .. I. ...o1'.g... ...J.' ::0;"
Army, in Germany; and Wood- Jacksonville NEW RIVER BAPTIST ... r...J.r..;.L..;.;"".;:.t..i.J.'c.J..' "'.;9..:.. ,...91':...i-L.J.;.*..;..-o. ..i.J..L-.t...91'; :,-v,:..r:,.*;'LJ..;'"f...*. ;.L,; ,.i-.Jr...;..<":,-j. rrry .:
Thomas Services Held ; one sister Mrs. ,:
row Rhode Island.
Also< ,
Hester Thomas Starke; 24 Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-
surviving. are seven grandchildren. At Rock Church grandchildren: and 40 great 'ing Worship 11 a. m. Training i

grandchildren. Unlcu, 7 p. m. Evening Worship,

Mrs. Mary Ella Lewis 89, Of Funeral services were held at 8 p: m. Wednesday night ser *

G'aham, died Sunday In a 2 p.m. Wednesday in Rock vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome

@:::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::,: Starke'hospital after an extended Church with Elder Harry Eddy!: -.L. L. Parker, pastor. ;
illness. She was born in and Elder Herman Jordan off;
MATHEWS \I Bradford County on AprU 20, ciating.: Interment was In tie! CHKISI1AN CHURCH '} FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE 66"SERVICE i
:::: :::?, 1879, the daughter of the late church cemetery under the direction Sunday Service: Sunday

{ Well DrillingMelrose .Jack and Lovle Denmark Johns. of DeWitt C. Joncsr School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship ? GULF SERVICE SERVICE f#
She was a member of Rock Funeral Home. 10:45: a. m. Evening: Ser- ', .

Fla. :S::: Primitive Baptist Church. vice, 6:30: p. rn. :Midweek Service # AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231
Surviving are three daughters POLICY ADVISORY Wednesday, 7:15: p. nl.Charl's .
::: Phone 475.5101 :!;:: :Mrs. Ethel DennUon Lake But COMMITTEE: : TO MEET Reese, minister ; Tire Tru-ing 'i
r 1 HAUL
1 Myera Pumps 1 Si ler; Mrs. Altha Dyal Graham; BAYLESS HIGHWAY Headlight Adjusting( '
111 1 S># and Mrs. Lula Mae Baxter, The Policy Advisory Commit CHURCH:
SERVICE :; BAPTIST Truck Trailer Service
tee for Bradford County will! f. ,
Brooker three J. M. Lewis
; -

::::::1= .. .and...... .REPAIRS....... ... #1%:#: : Callahan; L.sons O. Lewis Savannah meet tonight (Thursday) in Sunday School, JO 2.m. Pre. I. Complete Lubrication .' Wheel Balance and
-.t..:..:':"::.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:-.;.:.;.:.:.;.;.;"...:.;-.:-.--:.*.. Ga and P. W LewSPRING' the Bradford County courthouse aching Services at 11. 'Training ..
; Minor Tune-Ups ; Allgnment.
to review job applications for 'Union; 6 p.m.Evening Service.'

the 1969 summer Head Start tf. Midweek Prayer Meeting. 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE f ff.
program. The public is invitedto Wednesday. 7:30.: (Everyone wecome. !-

attend. Rev. George E. Oro> gg PHONE 964.5899 All :Minor Repairs 5 3",

LAWTEY CLEAN-UP well' putor.1UMP1UN.. I 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke!j!,:

to the bad weather in :l CIUUSTIAN Hiway 301 and 100

NOW AND SAVE! March, the Lawtey City Council( CUURCII r: SUPPLIES, Inc LAWSON .:::
at Its meeting Monday night Sunday\ School 10 a. m. Morn '.. .-
You can take it easy this summer with a new Power decided to extend the Cleanup ing Worship at 11: Evening Featuring Ace Hardware *10 S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKET {

Mower from our large selection. All are 1969 models, Drive until] May IS. Prizes will Worship 7:30.: -- Rev, Carl ::: Complete Paint Supplies r: ;

heavy duty, all steel bases.. .We have a size for every be awarded at that time to the Clarke pastor.FIRST i a and Sporting Goode AND COLD STORAGE :
property owner making the!
yard greatest Improvement to Wa( HAMPTON: BAPTIST CHURCH M "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialize In Custom Sl&Ulbter.i

property. ing, Cutting and Wrapplnl'MODULAR -
PUSH Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning 219 Washington St. 964-5270
::: HOMES Prepared for Deep Freeze / .
TYPE Worship at 11. Training ;M
22"CUT $4760 Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night

3KHP HP BriggcStratton Engine2O" Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followed :"\x., FLORIDA 24-Ft. Wide WHOLESALEPhone .'.
by choir practice. Starke Nursing

964-7059 .
t Cut,Only
Home service, 2:45: p. m.
$4958 Also 12-Ft. Wide
Push Type -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pwtor. jj; EST STREETBRADFORD i


Briggs.Stratton 3% HP. MOWERSSERVICED Sunday Worship CALVARY School 11, a.BAPTIST 10 m.'a. m.Training MornIng :j kSf: ONTROL Campers and Traveltrallers COUNTY i g

with gas and Union. 3:30: p. m. Evening Service J a CIIIMAL to. Keystone Heights TELEGRAPH i
Engine Ask 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday I
SELF. oil, ready to
Push e 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H. OFFICE SUPPLIES
and Lake Geneva Ph. 473.4320
Call St. Starke Fla.
24"Cut PROPELLED use. Charley Butler, paelor.DEDAN : 539 E. ,
:I'AI tiP k.... '
$ 2 Straiten..... Phone 964.5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERS i

575 11"CUT $6450 PARTS & QUICK E.Jow. BAPTIST CHURCH I' Inspections and Estimates ADDING MACHINES J

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn
TRADEINSWELCOMED Buy where you can gt all ing WorshiP. 11 a. m. Training CO.
parts and quick repair service Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- m WILLIAMSJEWELRY EDWARDS I
by factory trained mechanics About This Question: vice, 7:30.: -Rev. Lacy Conway

when you need it. "Stock and Bond certificates .pastor. Better Service For Your Grocery and Market J
w.'will old ..
ptodlyaccept your ;:
See These Mowers can be mislaid, stolen
Groceries I
mower on one of these new Airpark Baptist 1 Meats Feed
Tomorrow or lost in the mails. Thou Church Title Problems
models.GoodlhtdMowiri Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.: Morn Official Class Rings
sands of dollars In value GAS AND OIL .
Op..7..u"nsoo" ing Worship 11:00 .
: Diamonds Abstracts
be involved. a.m.: EvenIng Keepsake
can Does the
For Salt! w..kd.re7..m.'IE4:00p.m..Saturday' : Charley E. Johns Agency Worship. 7:00 p.m.: Wed BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys Edwards .'.
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Title Insurance
We Have An Expert Mechanic and supply a bonding: service to 7:00: p.m. study on Book: ol 142 W. Call St. Starke U. S. 301 Sooth Starke .

Will Repair Your Old Mower cover lost securities pastor.Psalms.Everyone Nathan L. Modling' Phone 964.7064 158 W. Call Ph. 96.1.6881 PHONE 964-5312 .

Charley E. Welcome. ,

C. B. Bohannon Jr. JOHNS AGENCY Highway) ,. $ No.jth.TOJt'( of

Lawtey. Sunday School, & Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrleaUy"KeYlltone <|
SE 7th St and 7th Ave. Gainesville 372.9561 131 So. Walnut St. Mornln( :Worship, 11:15.: SSL:

Phone 964.5070 day Night Service fcSO.-.Riv. Heights-Phone 473.4911 |I
L. Bennett; pastor.
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-- gie Barksdale and dinner guests -- a > "" Licensed resident fishermen EZERASE TYPEWRITER' FILING CABINETS Typewriter
> \ r 1 Friday evening were Mr. and outrank licensed resident hunt- PAPER Mln-.eo Paper, Bond Stand. Desk, Chair,
[ ttf Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan. ers two to one. Non-resident Paper Notebook Fillers. -r Safes. Bradford County
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Prandl and fishermen outrank non-resident Bradford Couitly<< Telcfra-ph. Telegraph
son. of Hallandale spent the hunters 54 to one.
weeked with Mrs. Prandl's par-

ents, Mr. ar 'Jyrs.'J4D... Phillips.
... _

Sunday evening visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Percy" Sullivan Jr. and TONIGHT .!
Rusty were Mrs. Sullivan's

mother, Mrs. Marshall Strick- .
land of Florahome, and aunt, fj ..
Mrs. John McLeod of St. Aug. Try Our Delicious Fresh

ustine. J;. '
4 l1r:, '
Boiled Shrimp in the Shell ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hall Jr. ALSOCharbroiled ti ixt. .. \{( ,
enjoyed a barbecue supper at the \
home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl '"
Hagglund Saturday evening.Mr. Steaks y; _, :
Elks Install Officers .'t. -..: .'.
Seafood Fresh Frog Legs -'
and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof

Officers for Sta'rke' Elks Lodge No. 1802 were installed Monday Palatka visited his parents, Enjoy your favorite Cocktail in pleasant surroundings -
in ceremonies conducted by Past Exalted Rulers: J. D. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sull- also)-
and their Percy Jr. Miss Rosenberg CitedMiss (Package
Doyle, Maxle Carter Jr., L. M. Gaines, Inman Green, and van son
and family, Saturday.Mr. Route 21Keystone
Charles Hutcheson. HOLIDAY RESTAURANTLounge
The new officers are: Walter M. King Exalted Rulet' ; and Mrs. Merle Packham Della Rosenburgr guidance counselor at Bradford' Tilth. Heights

''N. L. Woodburn Esteemed Leading Knight; L. M. Gaines Jr. of Salt Springs spent Thurs- School Is f.hown. accepting a Certificate." of Appreciation from
Esteemed Loyal Knight; V. A. Nichols, Esteemed Lecturing day and Friday nights with Rev. Sgt W. W. Carr Marine Corps recruiting officer from Gaines. Open Until 12 on Weekends

Knight; Thomas E. Lewis, Secretary; W.rrenY.. Winkler, and Bill Mrs.Phillips Merle and Packham.his brother- ville. The award was given to Miss Roscnbe'rg for services, rendered Dining Room open 9 AM: -. 9 P.M.: Daily. Except Monday

:::, Chaplain; Robert E. Biggs Esquire; George W. Brown' Trea in-law Gene Prandi of Hallan- to the Marine Corps and "for patriotism shown to our

,: surer; M. A. Baldwin, Trustee ((5 years); Sherrod W. Hamilton, dale enjoyed a successful fish- country." Sgt. Carr Is In Starke every Tuesday at the Selective

::1 Inner Guard; and Robbie L. Shaper Tyler. ing trip to Cedar Key on Sat- Service Office from 10 a.tp.; to 12 noon.
:: The members enjoyed a barbecued chicken and rib supper urday. :311II1

;, preceding the regular meeting. >} ,

'r, The Elks are a benevolent and protective order whose Quantity Rights Reserved* *

:k.:; principles are "charity, justice, brotherly love, and fidelity."

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I ftl m:\ THERESSA I i : f D DISCOUNsrolres

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:: By: Dorothy: Mllla :: r PRICES OUAGTTI

l.::::.:..:: Phone 473-4518 ':'.:>, Saves y ', S MORE rt'LC

r..''.:.: Hope Sunday Baptist School Church 10 a.m.; Morn- Get Well Wishes: / o JOIN THE CKOWDS I WIPING US TO */fAC+ O rt

To Mrs. Arthur Gnann, who Is

i.t,;;;. Wednesday Ing 6:30 Worship p.m.; Evening evening II; Training Worship Prayer UiJon Ser-7:15: ,; at recovering her home.EASTER from. an attack of flu discover FRIDAY &sroes CELEBRATE OUR 100TH/ i STORE OPENING/ WITHOVER A COMPARETONKA

,:'::'';:; afterward.vice Attendance, 7:30 with at Sunday choir practice School liked GREETINGSWell and rememberedhere SATURDAY 1 TOO WONDERFIU I WAYS TO/ SAVECHECK/

are former residents Mr.
j was 110. Welcomed into the membership -
and Mrs. Earl Brown affectiona- BLOCK
of the Church Sunday
:; )
': known while they were hereas
M. H. MacCready, by trans- tely
fer were, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stan- "Mom" and "Pop". Mr. D S G.E. ELECTRIC CLOCK 10"EAGLE
Brown died some time ago and e 24" B-B-Q GRILL
:;! ley, on profession of faith. Baptism
Mrs. Brown, who lives at
of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, WITH LIGHTED DIAL 5 BLADE
Elmira N.Y., telephoned Rev. s011.
of Crystal Lake will be held Folding grill with hood
:; n /
.:! soon. and Mrs. Merle Packham last 't S motor and spit U.L. r rar DELUXE FANS
: Rev. Fred Dodd brought the week to extend Easter greetingsand approved chrome Dependable
; Sunday night In the absence best regards not only to plated grid with ig i 12 accuracy '" 5 YEAR GUARANTEE
them but through them to all 1 %%%'" t Precision
handles blades
Merle 20 inch
of the pastor Rev. '
; Packham, who Is conducting re- residents of the community, ippCK LIMtt Burnt orange Ills I 10. engineered } Reveries manually
whom she still remembers and Attractive (
: vival services at Fairbanks Bap- g Two speed rotary switch
loves. Mrs. Brown would" be whip andCOjore d" YOU SAVE 1.92 antique white
: 6-13. He YOU SAVE 3.01
: tist Church April
happy to hear from her old ssea wheels i 1
:: will also conduct the Wednes- 1 r
friends. Her present address is
service and
day evening prayer
209 Kendall Place N.Y. 14901.
both services next Sunday at
Hope Church. Personals
Douglas Sullivan spent Satur-
Bible Club day night and Sunday with his I
The New Bible Club for New Life uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
children in grades 1-6 meets Percy Sullivan at Palatka.

Monday afternoons after school Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.K. 13" X 15
In the.mobile Children's Chapelat : l
Childs last Sunday were Roy
(Hope Baptist Church. Young and Jerry Young and fam- CARPETPIECES

s ily of Jacksonville. Friday visitors -
were old schoolmates, Mr.
annual ThrowerZelglerfamily
and Mrs. Walter Freeman of.
reunion was held Easter
Sunday at the Theressa Com- and
of Mr.
munity Center. Over 100 relatives Sunday visitors
Sullivan were
Including families from Mrs Cleveland _
and daughter -
several other states were pres- Mrs. Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. L.
ent to enjoy the good food fellowship : Suzl. and
and reunion with family M. Gaines and sons of Starke. ?", OIL TREATMENT Assortments of colors I I '
members they had not seen fora Rev. and Mrs. Merle Packham IS Fluid Ounces ,/- / and shapes in ;
long time. Local hosts were were Monday night guests of I 0 broadlooms nylons, 'I 174
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gnus Mayor Bill Combee and familyat / etc, great for door' /
and family Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Haines City, and Tuesday night 1 TREATMENT ways and scatter rugs 9
Dampier, and Mrs. Rhoda Dam- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle 400 TO row 9 5
.pier. Packham Jr. at Salt Springs. Oil
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Feagleof .... aPEll
Welcome Home: White Springs were Wednes- LADIES' TRICOT

To Mrs. W. C. Loper from day visitors of Mrs. Feagle's -

Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville brother-in-law and sister, Mr. '., ..: } SIMONIZ F, .,, LINED FLATS
and Mrs. Sally Underwood and Mrs. Marion Sullivan. To l His ,
from Bradford County Hospitalin celebrate the birthdays of the a CAR WAX | r Fashionable styles
Starke, last week and Rusty two ladies they enjoyed dinnerat l. .;,. SNORE S Soft tricot lining for
N.> car with 1 "a?? '
Inn. A Monday your .r
Sullivan from three days at Glen- the Holiday w t; r'y; S e, added comfort
visitor of the Sullivans was an a shine that lasts 1 Selection of colors
dale Hospital in Palatka, Saturday ; FLASHLIGHT shat 1
and lasts!
old childhood friend, Mrs. Vir- Sizes 5.10

iA .csR YDU SAVE SIC SET aeere4'e pCket e a'' ,; \ YOU SAVE 4ac
< need
NURSING HOME 4 1 rL {OOY'Ctpnyronlnt Z.
STARKE + Set includes, x+d {itde dva 9ade+ '
1 flashlites and tuaC .Lat&edWm. '

808 S. COLLEY ROAD 547 4 batteries 1 j / e SmaIMti
'Onfothe home
Phone 961.6220 Starke Florida I / and one for the +: .

'A r r / tar'! JL. w .
i o
1. We have complete nursing service for adults of .YOU SAVE 50C ) ,4

aU ages. \ ITALIAN j 'f- .

2. We have R.N.'s and L.P.N.'s on duty 24 hoursa Z2i

day. IN CARTON L47f, Ct P P.PGLe ,
r YOU : uo" :
and laboratory. (Mr.
3. We have our own X-ray:
Moncrlef Is our full time Ucensed tech- LADIES'
James C
nlclin). i Chain driven training

4 We are licensed for 55 beds by the State Boardof wheels seat; shiny, banana type COTTON GOWNS JAMAICASHORT w n'

( Health License No. 161. chrome fin- 14 93 t, Print plisse crepe SETSGIRLS' 0 C (.
fireproof building with central ish No ironing necessar" Cool comfort in
5. We have a modern I Drip N' Dry: 100% andf2} ( t
conditioner and heat V .5 { attractive print
i Cotton solid combinations y
is q ;'w Assorted colors Easy care Acetate
6. We are within two blocks of the Bradford County r % r f Sizes 4 to 1 14 ".dIAl Sizes 8 to 16 //Jd nC 196

Hospital. s YOU SAVE 204<< I ,, YOU SAVE 42C<<
I 1

Doctors serving the Home.
7. We have a fine staff
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8. We are V.A. approved .,. I lr 96 BFCLN r1

IrTjIrrrIrrL ,. aacouwr
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approved by the State Welfare Agency.
9. We are



11. We are Urge enough to give all nursing service. r Great for beach ., Full cut;; combed "M EDl'DiTiKliRsf AfD SPRAY" "g"jt
enough to provide i .
an adult may need but small BOYS or boating'! cotton; shrinkresistant

a family atmosphere PERMA PRESSDUNGAREES I Colorful, long selection sleeves < Small.MediumLarge: white only _3_OUNCES_ "_ __ _LIST_"PRICE_ __ldO_""' __ _

laboratory Sues S-M-L. ter YOU SAVE l2C<< SPRAY .
of complete NET HAIR
rtd If In charge
1%. Mr. J. H. Mon 2/78/
and X-ray facilities. Laboratory No. 524. 13 OUNCES LIST PRICE J+t .

Sv* Never needs ironing 1t rrrr..rrrr
We Comply With Title 6, Civil Rights Law Ivy styling with YOU SAVE ISC. I COLGATE INSTANT j---------2--/-7--S-/.
tapered legs
CALL WRITE OR COME BY v Assorted colors ( 9' -:4J SHAVE CREAM
111 HUM MS. IMLIKVM > ?"" ">
Administrator nMMTnSsvr. nn n.l.M I. I ve M.MST. -
KAUFFMAt. As "' T. IM .4M*V IS CLIMMTi*O) *' UM 1 >
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Richard Chandler, son of Mr. Alcohol Involved In Most

and Mrs. Henry A. Chandler REED READY) CASH' ;
of Old Accidents Report Says
Lawtey Road, was recently Fatal I
promoted to Army Spec-

lallst-4 in Germany, where he la! Alcohol Is Involved In mOM the worst days of the week for tr Come See Us

serving with the 14th Armored fatal traffic accidents. than any fatalities. Together, they accounted ; % '. II I Il1 II
Cavalry Regiment as a grenadier other factor. for 39 per cent of the I

in Troop F of the regi This Is one of the chief conclusions 371 accidents. + MR We make loan for .
ment's 2nd Squadron. of the second In depth., -Most of the accidents occurred 4- worthwhile pur
any I:
He entered the Army in January study of Florida accidents con la open country 54 per
1968 and completed. basic ducted !by the American Automobile cent, as compared to 24 percent Ora A 1 4t' pose. -.,
training at Fort Benning, GA.: Association as part of : In business, and 22 percent $600
$25 to
He was stationed at Fort Ord. :its "Bring 'Em Back Alive! in residential areas
Calif before arriving Accidents= on two-lane roadways '
overseas program. DO YOU HAVE .:
in May of last year. Before en- Compiled with the cooperationof claim more lives than

tering the service, he was employed the Florida Highway Patrol multi-laned roads. Of the total Too many payments
by Bradford Furniture i the study covers nfl fatal accidents !' 60 per cent occurred on two-
Co. in Starke. reported In the state between Jane roads. to

B P b Memorial Day (May 30) -Too many bills to
Army Private Virgil D. Jor and Labor) Day(September 2) The report recommends stern i "
rNEWS i dan, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. PFC William S. Crews Jr., 1968. More than 450 persons action against drinking drivers payToo

R: Virgil M. Jordan Route I.. eon of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. were reported killed In 371 accIdents and those who continue to drive many taxe

Starke, completed an engineer Crews of Jacksonville, formerlyof during this period. after their licenses :have been \ -
equipment assistant course Feb. ) Starke, entered the service Here are some of the conclusions suspended or revoked. ._, coming due .

28 at Ft. Leonard Wood Mo. last September He Is the grand reached by the AAA about

,._ the Purple Heart during son of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce the accidents: "Florida Driver Responsibility Let Us Help With Your Money
II' ceremonies! recently at During the eight-week course, Crews, of Lawtey. His!, present -Alcohol helped cause 152 Law requires a driver to '

Benning Ga. He Is shown he was, Instructed in the func- address Is: PFC William S. (4t per cent) of the fatal acci surrender his license plate If he Problems .
congratulations from tion, nomenclature and main- Crews, Jr.. RA1284644 B. Etry. dents. An additional 35 drivers is involved in an accident and

Pfotenhauer commander tenance of various kinds of engineering 2, Bn 10th Artillery 197th Inf. were not listed as drinking In bIllS no liability! insurance" the FINANCE CO -.". ,

the Martn!' Army Hospital. ; equipment.This BGDE, Fort Benning, Ga. 31905. the accident report, but had !a. report says. "Perhaps tte drunk TOWN .

SERVICE received Specialist DeVoe was present. :history of driving under the Influence driver should" get the same 226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449
training enables studentsto treatment.
the award for wounds re of alcohol. In light of

NI-N---.--- in action against host'le'! qualify either as an engineermechanic's News About this fact, and the uneven stand-* - .
assistant -- - - - -
in Vietnam. He was last or an en- ards of accident. reporting -
Army gineer: equipment operator's. as- 'AAA estimatedthat
Speclallst-4 the
as a door gunner in Colored Citizens In Florida,
DeVoe, son of Mr. and 1st Cavalry Division! (Air. sistant. alcohol might have been'

Smith DeVoe of Starke, ) In Vietnam Involved In a much higher per-

Army Private William 3. centage of the fatalities.
valid license
Rhoden. 19, son of Mr. and -Driving without a
Registration started Monday
DeWilt C. Jones Funeral Home was also a sufficient factor -
Mrs. William Rhoden,
C. Starke. March 31, for girls Softball and
of 143 of 535 opererastors *
R+ ,
completed the construction maChine boys baseball. Anyone betweenthe 4>
of motor vehicles (figure
Starke Phone 9() 1.6200 operators course March ages of 9 and 17 may register and railroad ? DeedDeposit
14 at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. before the deadline Friday excludes bicyclists
had lost their license?
Kejsto" ll ights-Phone 173.3176 During the eight-week course April 18. You must register at least once previously! Z6..7( Saff r '
to participate. Recreation Insurance -
he was trained to operate and per cent): many were .driving < -* -it.rlure

RENTAL! SEHVICES: maintain the latest in heavy Mr. will Jackson also be Is asking offered an without a license at the time of !
construction equipment In addition the accident under study.
In their
boys to please turn
Single car accidents accounted
to participating in practical -
Hospital H..(|> VI heel (Chair, Crutches( exercises on construction: Friday baseball April uniforms 14. on or beforo for 46 per cent of the J .
sites.MONEYI. 371 far more than any other
. regular meeting of the -prlvers were victims In: 49
NAACP will! be held Wednesday.
per cent of the fatalities: passengers
April 16, at 8 P.m. In New Hopo
32 per cent; pedes-
Baptist Church on Old Lawtey rlans, 16 per cent, and bicyclists l1) )
Road. Public Invited to attend.
Sixty-six and one-half percent
OVII i p r Ella Parker, of 1003
21 of the drivers Involved bad know where all
To be that really
f l rI Brownlee St., celebrated her sure you
their driving record.
Ili points on
I 91st birthday anniversary on -Drivers In the 16 to 20 agebrackets of your valuable papers-deeds, policies,
-- March 29. She received many at all times
were Involved In more Wills, birth certificates-are
gifts, were appre
QU"UT"CONsnUC110N elated. Mrs. Parker Is some" fatalities than any other age' and that they, your jewelry, and other
what ill and will! appreciate visIts \ -Saturday and Sunday are valuables definitely are there: RENT A
7 b.a.07lo.0IMMEDIATE and cards from friends.

-- I The family of the late Mrs. welcome.Mt. Morlah United Church. cost is so very little!
Julia Zerline Albert wish to
thank the church members and Rev. H. P. Hudson pastor.
CONSTRUCTION friends for Church School, 10 a.m. Morning'
%g MORTGAGE acts during their bereavement.May Worship, 11. Afternoon service

-- God ever bless and keep 4 p.m. All members and friends

each of 'OU.Thomu Albert Invited.
,, o Greater Allen Chapel AME
s2seoarrEARS son FLORIDA I

I// NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION Ebsnezer: Baptist Church: pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. .

Don't wait I Jim Walter has cut the strings on tight Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning J; Morning Worship, 11. Evening

money. Millions of dollars are available for new homes Worship, 1045.: Evening Service Service! 6 p.m. with Junior B i 'lK; : 1 STARKE;

constructed by Jim Walter Homes Get in on the 643.: Conference will beheld Choir in charge.All .
OMICf IM THfrOUOWING savings. Build now! Avoid the rising costs at All members are asked to remember -
lOCATIONS Saturday 7:30: p.m. .
of material and labor. and realize members are asked to cooper- Rev. Sampson who sill "Member s Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

Jacksonville 32205 Fla. tremendous savings property In increased values. ate with the financial drive 6121 at his Japonica home in Road.Jacksonville Please, One of 30 Banks of the Florida National: Group

planned to terminate In Jun .
P. O. Box 6248 pray for hte speedy recovery
We are working to make this a
3281 W. Beaver property owners. successful activity.-Mrs. RaneU
Phone: 388-1585: Jim Walter will help you cut your new home cost even more by
English, reporter. - - -
making itmore possible for you to do some of your own
Greater Bethlehem Free Will
interior finishing You decide how much.
Lake City, Fla Send for our Baptist, Rev Jasper Williams
The you do, the more you save .... ,
3205: free Catalan pastor. Monday might, Ushers
P. O. Box 1043: A Cou
3030 E. Duval /"> / / JIM WAITER CORP er will rehearse. Tuesday night
eCOtuL 'IM.nIn.nm.r'
CZotUUteA '
V', S. 90 & Olustee TTOUt& I I would Ilk*to know m,,.about your build ng and linont,plan Pl.ol.i.nd m.a//.I.p I amnlor day night Prayer Meeting.
Phone: 732-A338! I .if.d In a ; Horn* ton.,.
Thursday might Ladles Circle.!
I ADDRESS NAME I IOcala. Friday night, Prayer Band

Fla. 32670 I CITY STATE. meeting. Saturday night, dinners
3001 S. Pine St.Box t. J T.l,phon.____ will be sold from the kitch
Call Write
or Stop by Today
!P;5I, Ph, 622-8118 .
M-pop--m-al----rnq| i em Sunday School, 9:30.: Morn
ing Worship 11. Evening Service -
6 o'clock. Visitors always PROPOSED PAY INCREASE

Putting you first" ,.keeps. us first." >,

"'- I OM I


a I An X In Proposal Of' Your Choice And Mail To;

P. 0. Box 457, Starke, Florida 32091

\3 D Opposed To Any Raise.

a Favor 10 % Increase In Salary H

U New


Front to rear: Kinl!: wood Estate Wagon
Concours Station Wagon,Sportvan and Suburban.


No other wagons

have such a capacity for enjoyment., To Be Submitted To Legislative

Show you what we meir Maybe you're a bit more serious about the

Say you're in a Chevrolet Kinsswx: or great outdoors. So are we.That's why we offer

Concours Walk-In Wagon, when suddenly the the Chevy Sportvan and Suburban.To anrond Delegation ..
becomes:nothing: but chuckholes and ruts. outdoorsmnn, they're like clear skies and

Only you can't tell it's rough. no mosquitoes.

You see, Chevy wagons float along/ on So before you head out to see the U.S.A.,

computer-selected coil springs that smooth better stop by your Chevrolet dealer's.

even the meanest road. (TAX PAYERS)
.- -. Sports-Recreation Dept.

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Easter Sunrise Services sponsored LL
by the Lawtey (Ministerial
Association, were held on the
school grounds with good at.
tendance. Jimmie Alvarez was!
pianist and Greg Alvarez music BAR-B-Q KETTLES LL '
director for the occasion. Spec- )
ial Choir.Evergreen music was Baptist provided by Church the

Rev. James Walker, of High I ,

land opening Baptist prayer Church, and,Rev.gave Rob-the DRAWING SAT., APRIL 12th STOatiS

ert Yates, of the Church of God.
led the responsive reading. Rev.

Don Methodist Denton Church of Grace brought United the ..., -" .....-..--'-.". .-.. ._.....,:..-..... '...:.:. :-:,.-::...:..."...",:,.'::.'"::":; ..=....:...-::..;'""i..-'" OPEN ALL DAY
message, and Rev. Edward ..: -._.. -' ..
...-....... :::: -- : .. -. -
Harvey, of the Pint Baptist -" --.- .-' ......".c I..'." -._
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the benediction. :: :
Church gave : _
Maundy Thursday services ( .., -."." '-==...y' \ ,. WEDNESDAY
were held at the Methodist s' y_" 4B-0.All VIuoNoIL79ABIt. I ;=,....
Church on April 3 with Rev. J.
Thompkins conducting Holy ::-: .: :
Communion. The two young .- 2
sons of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. $J, or''' purcSot. 19-01.DIXIIDARllNOl.mon.Y.llow.Whll.orD.vilFood No. 2.1/2 CanSTOKII.YSllc.dorHal".YC
Boatright, Edward and Doll .= '\ol choic. \

were Grace christened Methodist at WSCS this time.met at OIL W 7''I: Cake Mix 4/$1 Peaches. 3/$1

the church Tuesday night of ::: COOKING -: ."' "..' "....'H.W.,....'.d..'_tlna 20-ai. HUNT'S'
last week with the president
Mrs. R. E. Lee. presiding. Mrs. .: Mixes 4
/$ 3l2RollDllSIY
Vernon Olin led the devotional., wl:: THRIFTY "MAID" :- . Catsup . .
and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright presented N11LK7/$1.
the program with Mrs. F. > Print, *Atiort.d Bathroom No. 300 Can HUNT'S TOMATO ,SAUCE.

Geqrge Mrs.Roberts.George Mrs.Tribe Ernest and : EVM Tissue
Wells. purcha 5/$1 Tomatoes
mor. 5/$1
Mrs. T. V. Duck taking part. ': Mayonnaii. ol choice w/S or . .
SOUTH..Limit i 39 Jumbo .. ...... ..
': pEEP 5. ARROW Whil.* No. 303 Can THRIFTY. MAID, CS or WK OOLOEN
Lawtey Elementary School .
PTA will meet Tuesday. Apr. b. :'.; MY urchas....,..... .,....... Towels . 4/l Corn. . . 61$ 1
at the school cafetorium to 0'men p (
nominate officers for the com- -. ,. MaY onnaise 01 dlia w IS. No. 303 Can WHITI HOUSE APPLE No.303 Can THRIFTY"""AID 3-Sr.Aloikaorlarg.. Swot

ing ANNIVERSARY year. DINNEROn .:......,-:="_ MA",NH'S..I.'" 1 0 H H A I 51 49 Sause. . 5/l 1 Peas . .8lNo.

March 16 a family dinner -:. ctgar.tt.iJVSTOR I 303 Can ASTOR FRUIT No. 300 Can THRIFTY MAID RID KIDNEYCocktail..5l
Was held at the home of Mr. .-..,..' ... ..._
and Mrs. Joe Starling by their .'' _" rDripolFine 49 I Beans 8lNo. 1
children In celebration of both .:.... . .
of their birthdays and their 62nd :-. COFFEE 'ea.THRIFTY MAID, Sliced.or Crushed. .o-oL. DEEP SOUTH PEANUT
The dates
wedding anniversary. ttxcl.CM .

run H Attending children close together.: Mr.were and eight Mrs.of their Ernest ::::':= or COLD ...LimitlDa.r.*ntofchoic.w/SS ",0'. purchas 49* I -.:.:..' P'app I e. 4/$1 Butter. S . 89*
WH11E at
Starling. Mr. and Mrs. Norman :: :: :::;:. No. 1/2 Can LYKES VIENNA 1'-.&. TROPICAL OKAPI
Starling Mr and Mrs. 1 .....
RG .
Paul Starling and their families : DETE 5n cIIlO'.".. : Sausage. 5/$ Jelly 3lNo.
all of Lakeland; a daugh- :..:... ....; w/$5./ 0'mora puch.... .eludi"l1 . . .
Mrs. Jewel Coleman of -' 01 choice .
ter. -
Auburndale; Richard Starling. ; Limit 1 D..n' 5 9 1/2 Can BLUE BAY 4-Pk,.,.. WHITE,

.Jacksonville family family, and of Lawtey the; the Harold Ftem; and Starling Starling two of :- .GD"AJAE' IRG...Ht . .. Tuna. . 4/l Light Bulbs 97

Mr. Starling's brothers, Shelt9n ... ._ '. ..
and Johnny Starling of Eagle :::: ..._ ..--. : "*..:-:= .. Quantity Rights Reserved-Pricei Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday, April 10 16
'lake. Approximately 120 attend.ed .... .....__ _. .... .- ..'.-.- __ WINN.DIXILTORL.' ''' _CO+VHiaHT. _|...
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CHURCII SCHEDULES ?"rte 1"" '11/1.-/ -" ---- :-;,".'.-.'...- '- --=. .. ._ ...
'. Grace United Methodist: Sunday -'" "
School. 9:45: ; Worship., 11 VING5 =
S "
,am. and 7:30: p.m. Choir Pray
Lice 7 p.m Wednesday, followed. : 1 MM :.
;by MYP.First =:

9:45.:! Worship.Baptist:H Sunday a.m. and School 7:30: MORE KING SIZE BEEF SAVINGS 33 F .

P.m. Training Union. 6:30.: Mid* ktmm .
week service 7:30: Wednesday.; USDA CHOICE W.D Brand Round USDA CHOICE W-D Brand Con.d Chuck : = lB. :.-

School.Church 10 a.m.of Worship God: 11 Sunday a.m. R t 99* Steak. .';'.

nesday.and 7:30: p.m. YPE, 7:30: Wed. oas LB. LB. 69 IT $147 7\,\

USDA CHOICE W-D Brand USDA CHOICE' W-D Brand Corn Fad California
PERSONALS Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F.

Moore and Mrs.for Chuck the week Moore were of Lakes Mr. sHol'I09 Roast.79* GR.BEEF . 'III

City Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas .-
and children of Live Oak, USDA CHOICEWDIeandCornV.dlon.l.s"D.Imonico W-D Brand B.f Short 59 .
Mr.. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews
and children of Wildwood, and Steak 1 RI
.Mrs.sonville.Danny Mr.Thompson and Mrs.of Jack-Tam LB. 5..1. LB. ': 1 CHUCK

Casey and children Joined them 2.1/4-lb. W-D Brand AIIM.at Stow or Ground USDA CHOICE W-D Brand Corn F.d Bona-ln STRIP _
at dinner. The Chuck Moores 69HARVEST

In left South Monday Florida.to visit relatives Chuck..T Steak. *1 49 CHOPS LB.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkin PORK
'and son of St. Augustine and
.Charles Dlnkins! cf Starke were
visitors of Mr. and Mrs.P. PRODUCE =
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Jessie! = .
Durbtn were Mr. and Mrs. W. VINE RIPS U.S. No. 1 YELLOW(3lb. Bag..33' _. =;
L. Durban and William L. of $ .

Gainesville.Visiting Mrs. H. C. Wain. Tomatoes. .. 29 Onions..5 BAG 49' .3 ,, TS.
':,Mrs.wright Clyde on Sunday Wainwright were of Mr.Eaton Apples 4 Ls 69* Pole .. Strawberries. :-..:
Beans 2 49
Park and Mrs. Patricia Waters!I .. ..... B- os' ". = .
and daughters of Jacksonville. Calla Bag YOUNG TENDER FRESH JUMBO STALKS ':=--'-' 69 .
Raymond Redding and ch.l-\ GOLDEN BANTAMFancy 10 EARS <
dren of Wildwood spent the Carrots.. 2 BAG 25 Celery 2/39* =: '
.' weekend with his mother, Mrs. ... .. .. .. ,-.2; : Corn. _

;D. R. Redding. ..
} Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Darter FROZEN : .. "- I _
and children spent Sunday will .:.. :::- RED BLISS LB. r/
Miss SlnnaPrescott. : No. 1
-> Mrs. Hattie Darley 9-ai. DIXIANA FRENCH U. 5
((6.0& Ca".6.19).120& Can.
W. Bennett. and and Mr.children.and Mrs. Green Beans /$ Orange Juice 2/79* = -.
': Miss Arthurine Blanchard .I. Potatoes. :: :
of Jacksonville spent Sundays 10-.L DIXIANA Paai w/sn ar Whola Baby RICH'S Pin, : :;. .
With Miss'! Enza Blanchard. :.c:
; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Godwin Mr. Blackeyes .. 5/l. Coffee Rich. ... 4/l. 'II". .:; ---.:i--: =:::=:--- -
visiting! '
; of Gainesville were DIXIANA PaIYlaaMu.tardCellardsorw/roots "_ ..
-Ji. and Mrs. J. H.Eunice and fanv !.
.*""$ fly on Mr Sunday.and Mrs.Other Winton visitors par. Turnip Greens 3/l. Meat Dinners.69 -- -

**; were rlsh of Avon Park. ......................................... ........................ .... .......... ............................ ....
'*. Mrs. R. E. Lee Karen and .EXTRA '
John, were visiting! Mr. and if EXTRA : EXTRA r EXTRA
;*: :Mrs. G. L.. Peterson In Arlington ;i dw. .,.,, ..STAMPS., .... ; I .dy,.!a..aa..N GREEN STAMPS.. I I dNGREEN, STAMPS.,. ,,..N a ; I I d'N ,GREEN STAMPS. d'H .GREEN STAMPS ;
; on Sunday and visited Mr. .. .. 'I I TMMKK 4A.O2THKIFTV rll' TWO MALI OALSUPBW.MANO o. !S.PN PRO 2 :
. ; *L. PNa MAUL MILL rw
G IlaN GRL[ GR[[ .
.,..... J MAID : '
Lee In the Methodist Hospital. TAMPa P" t/AMPa I : J DCNOPPtD.LC P : 444 TMICK .LICCOBacon' : IOO CT aoaLIPTON' ;
: .0,. ,.
. this : Ice Cream : SteokeneiOOO Tea Bags '
t He expects to come home ::1 ).':.u:. FruitNRUDAriPNnILks '::'..1." : :\\1.' .:II

,-.:' 'WCKB.Mrs. Danny Waters who la .r......... fI: .........._1_e.._...'."_... _,,.-_'"......'_....-- : .......M'....000_..._."..TMHU_."_._.APRILI6..........--..::1!:........-'.-2..:....TNP6APRIL..:..:.:.:::'.10---. ;:.'I,........../I....-0000.....-..TMNU... ."-.-APRIL.........ia.-... .:::......... .."'II..0000..._,-,TNRU.__,,.__APau.-..-..'.I..1C....:;

a. L.residing Waters with while Mr. and Danny Mrs.Is in J. I I'I 'EXTRA! Ir I'I I EXTR .1 aiA. I I EXTRA 1: I EXTRA' II! EXTRA ;r EXTRA '
.;; service, and Mr. and Mrs. Mlchael ;! dx?GREEN STAMPS ; d7L-GREEN! STAMPS rll d7( GREEN.STAMPS ;I 4w a,GREEN.STAMPS I'i I -' .GREEN STAMPS I I d'N .GREEN STAMPS '
. Waters of Jacksonvillevisited .. FOUM ,.1.. PNi. : llOV I,
'; Waters at Fort : { 5. W.D .UND LLAN : 0000 UUCM J *.".Df[ fAU1 o. ... Ia:02. 'LM""O" 'A"M :'I, J :'I, ...., t..02 .0"1.1:
;l Danny II I l4 Ground dj( Margarine'l;i .0,. Pizza ies" ;I df. Pimento Cheese 01 .0,. Miracle OYARtonLL White .1 4,. TILL Cleaner: aIL' ,
' Bennlng on Sunday. : :::U. aooo T."U APRIL. !. : :1\1.. :, .. :\.' ..., ; ..
: ::v. : ; aOOO TMftU APffIL la : : ,.. '
:: :
guests of Mr. I. .... ,,. OOOO.... .THHU. ...*.r 51:5.. .1 "u.ArRIL. ,, ;:1 ."5 .... .. ......... :1 0000 .u APRIL' la ;:1' .II.: OOOO TMItU ,li. /I
dinner .. ,
.f, and Sunday Mrs\. B. L. Wilkerson were ..................".."u........... i....:.....M....-...."..... .....'L...........iI....OOD.T.."......:...I...................-.".......... ; ..........'.'.n..,."."."..,.u"1.....................(.III........"..,_."...::.......
.:. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilkerson
'try i of Orlando.Mr and Mrs Edward
-:. Rowe and family, Bennett Wllkeraon -
*? Jr. and family, Oz'.ef
. Wiggins and family, and Earl
''} Wiggins and family of Jackson. toi'i'
'' leave .TAAAIa '
'I. ville; Joe Napier on
:,- from service and Mr. and Mrs. ,
':';, Charles WUteraon! of Starke.
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the Dated 6th day this of 20th May.day 1009.of March.SISAL calendar or, the first months puMlcatlon from the of time thin BADIB All creditors O. MORRIS.of the H'tata diceamd.re of. Attorney Btarke. Florida for' AdmlntstrxtMFirst la-lnal with the Clerk of the his wife KRNKHriNia; M. RI P. O Pox 11X54. Charlotte t*.
ij4itii1 Ti above styled Court on or before EBER M. DENMARK and STEPHEN North Caroline
s : hereby notified and required Publication: March S7
notice. Each rla'm demandahal1 .
(. ) be In wrltinir. and shall to file any claim. or demandS *. May 1 1969. otherwise a Judgment O. DENMARK as, Executors You Are Hereby Notified Oial.
Chnrli A. Darby, state the plnr.. of residence anllpo..t which' they mar have airatnst' 8-17 4t 4-iT may be entered against of the Will of JOHN H. an action to quiet title to the'following :
Clerk of Circuit Brad for the relief
Court of
you demnndud In deceased 8WEBKB Bradford
DENMARK. : pronerty" In
office address of the claim- aid eatat* In the office of the
By Mn. D. E. mil ford County Florida the Complaint or Petition. M DENMARK and STEPHEN County. Florida: J
ant. and shall bn sworn to by County Judge of Bradford Coun
1-24 WITNESS hand of
4-3 *t my and the Trustees
DENMARK eftNorthwent
O. as Bam % of Northeast It
hla' claimant his ascent at- ty. Florida 'In the Conirtho.usoat
Circuit Court Of The seal of said Court March 26. "The John H. Denmark Trust' .
,flrSssssssssr_. s-s torney. and any such cl&lm. 01'cI..mand Stark., Florida within sixcalendar : hI. Tie on M of Section *-
la The Court Of The CountyJeIsr. not.o filed shall be month. from the datei :::.tfKhtll Judicial Circuit OfPloilda 1899 under the Will. of John H DenJ'ntarlc Township Bmith. Rnnire 11
Mrndford Countr. Floe.Id. !a And For Bradford (SEAL) ,' deceased; and DOROTHY Bsat. Bradford County. Florida.,'
John Parker is visiting his! of the firm publication of this' .
CHARLES A. DARBY Del nd..nt.
voidClara Case No. K. BCHORNITH .
In Prohate. M. Tattermann. notice.' Each claim' or demand CouBtr. has been filed airalnut you and
In Flint MORRIS 81ONOR. Plaintiff As Clerk Of Said Court SUIT .,
and of NOTICE OF1
son daughters re: Estate the' DOROTHY required to serve acopy
n of are
As Administratrix c. t. a. must be In writing and must :yon
De- By Beulnh M.
TTERMANN. DeceasedTo -..- HERBERT S1ONOU Moody TO-: OEORIOA I* DENMARK. of written defenses..
Mich. He made the trip with Persons Estate of A. executor of th.La.t tate the plnco of residence and As Deputy Clerk your
All Creditors! And TeMamentat Residence Unknown. If to It on B Covinaion.Johnston. .
Will and and
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Higglns on Claims Or Demand post efflce .dell'.11 of the claimant ndaNOTICH OF SUIT First. Publication April 3 1089. SEBBER M. DENMARK Individually any .
Having '
MRRIS do- .. attorney for plaintiff
Ix/VTTBRMANN./ and must 1> sworn to by 4t .
424I and
sIGNOR 4-3 and Executor
AfcalnHt Said Estate: TO: HERBERT : ire .. .
their return home after a vaca- arC osased. the claimant hi. Rent or bis of John If.Defrmark. whose a You and each of you SI Water Street Trustee under Will .
tion there. hereby notified .and required t-o First publication 4-3 1969. attorney.. or It will\ become void liawrence. Massachusetts) 01840 'rae Clwolt. Court Of Flor and his wlfo, Elizabeth original' with* Florida the clerk and file of tho the
Mrs. Leola Sculthrope of Dreaent any claims or demands accoMlnir' to law. Tou Are Hereby N!>Uf.ed that Id... KlKlKh Judicial Circuit, 1* DENMARK., 41011 Venetla above styled court on. or before
either of you\ may 4.3 U 4-Z4 action for divorce has been Boulevard' Jacksonville.' Florida.STEPHEN '
wKlch you or Charles,, M s n And For Brnrtford County.Cast 1988.CJTARLFq.
.. Schmltt April 10.
North Carolina arrived here o-f and arrequired DENMARK. Individually -
have against the *"tat tiled you No. BIS O.
Monday for a visit with her MORRIS L.ATTKRMANN. deceased 1st Th e *7oiintT "."..'. Convf0I CHARLES M. SCHMITT. as :Admlnwtrator ga.t.rua copy of your O. B.* HICKS SR. Plaintiff, and an Executor ..nel"I'ruat.a
late of Maid poMntyv to Brmlfnrd Coanlr Florida. !. of the Rntate of written defenses. If any to It vs- GEORGIA U DENMARK under Will of John H. A. Tt"Y
brother and sister-in-law. Mr. the County Judge I.rnka No.' SA DIE.. O. MOnnrs, deceased. on ELZIE S. SANDERS. Attorney SEEBER M. DENMARK. Individually Denmark and his. wife, Rrnest- :Aft) Clerk of "aid' Court
and Mrs. K. B. Watterson. County. Florida at hIs office In In Re:' Bxtate of SADIE O. "':" "" JI'. "liawMyaINp3 for Plaintiff whose address and his ins 1\(. DENMARK 1512 East Br Beulah M. Moody Deputy. I
the' court house of said County MORRIS nacemteriNOTICR V. StrAW la 142 West Call Street BETH r % KW.lf'rliMrZE 4all. IItarke: FloridaDOROTHY a '
David Earnest of Miami cpeitt at Starke. Florida within six TO CREDTTOW I4J Went Call Street Starke Florida. and file the or- Q. DENMARK lndivtdualii.. ( .! and 1. SCIIOENITH -2T 4t 4-17 I
Easter vacation with the Wallace .
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Collins family.' I j. ------------------- J I

Wiggins Mrs. George spent Williams Wednesday and Joe of I _5-_ _r-_ :I I Twin Pak Crispy Fresh I I.' I

last week in Jacksonville with _

their mother. Mrs. H. B. Wig __ I
gins.Mr. r II : FOOD I
and Mrs. Wes Griffin and _
Phyllis, moved into their new
__ _
home on Pine Street just east 1W ____ _ I I I I :.
of the old Hampton school last
week. I

man DennUon Mr.and and spent Mrs.daughters Sunday Markalee and through Nor.Carl. I: RIB, ROUND or BONELESS SHOULDER : I I I FA! RSUPERMARKETS I :

Tuesday last week in :Port My- II I I

ers visiting the Leo Singletonsand I I
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Mrs. Neta Johnson.
Miss Jessie May Brannen of II I I

Bartow was a visitor here Mon _ _ I I I ;
day with Mrs. T. P. Brown. Is S I I.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton
and family have moved Into the I '

quonset hut on 301 just west of _
Hampton. Since coming from :
Little Rock. Ark. a few weeks

ago. they had been staying with : _ ,

Mr. Melton's parents. Mr. and FOOD FAIR
Mrs. M. L. Melton. I I OPEN ALL I

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Davis QUAliTY I
and children moved last I ell BACO
week from their former homo US DEPT OF AGRICULTURE : DAY WEDNESDAY I

in the east part of town. to the
I _ _
TldweU house on west Navarr II 'i'I

Ave.Miss Myrtle Watterson of I I 'L I I ..

Dana. N. C.. after spending several I p L B1 Iii. 55 I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY #

months there. has returnedto _ II I THRU WEDNESDAY APRIL 16th I
Hampton to stay with Mrs. I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
M. L. Watterson. They were I II I

cupper guests Sunday with Mr. I
and Mrs. Buford Mitchell In

Mrs. Joann Gehron and son TENDER SLICED Pantry Pride ASSORTED
of Fort Lauderdalewer.e recent
weekend guests of her brother-
in-law and sister. Mr. and Mr. COLD
Wallace Collins. Accompanying

Mrs. Gehron was her aunt. LIVER
Mrs Margaret Orews. CUTS
:Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest
and Bobby of Miami were recent
guests of his mother. MIT. ::

T. F. Brown. Bobby remained
until Easter Sunday for a visit

with his grandmother.Mr. .
and Mrs. Rudolph and
family of Miami moved their

trailer home to the farm be _
tween the Halls and Stones on

State Road 221 south last week. PREPARED FOODS BY
Mrs. Alma Dyal returned J l RIPPLE

home last week from Bradford
County Hospital in Starke and
has been recuperating at the SLICED IEEF ?? SLICED

home of her son-in-law and & GRAVY ORSHIIMP.

daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. CREOLE POTATOES

Glover.Mr. and Mrs. C. R. nicks IU

and family spent Easter week- 1.29SILK'N 16oz I,,
end with her parents. :Mr. and CAN ,
Mrs. J. L. Dykes at Flatter i

Beach.Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brown ii iI i

and family. Mrs. T. F. Brown. iI i I
and Elaine Bender of Gainesville -

were picnicking: SaturdaY'at ROSEDALETOMATO NEWI "OH BOY I

Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Dyal and PEANUTBUTTER I

Florahome with her parents

and also with her brother and SAUCE
family visiting there from
South Carolina.Mr. REGULAR OR SMOKEY5.25oz
and Mrs. Raleigh Bran- 29oz CANS
nen and Miss Jessie Mae Bran- VI

nen vacationed last week in 7.56ZCAN BTL
Mississippi! and Alabama. In
Montgomery Ala. they visited
his son Ardel in the Air Force.
and stopped In Sunflower. Ala..
.. I
to visit the Carl Beck family I

former Hampton residents.Mr. I MAXWELL I KING SIZE c.-- I II

and children. and Mrs.of Gainesville M. R. Mlsner were : ,-SAVE..." .aHi FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS

dinner her parents guests ,on Mr.Easter and Mrs.Sundayof R. I .--. GAIN OR AJAXDETERGENT

H. Parker. In Hampton. I HOUSE : :!
Ronnie Dyal and Charles Hln-
eon attended the Florida Baptist
RA Congress at Lake Yale near"

Eustis.Saturday from last Wednesday week. through ... I ;I I1 IN

Mr. and Mrs. James Brooms rLB

and family! Mr. and Mrs. Frank ;
Williams and family all of : \\\1 !

Gainesville! and Mr. and :Mrs. 9
I. cti
Arnold Haddock and family of V __ __ _
Hampton had a family dinnerat I
the Williams farm east of I '-: I I

Hampton Saturday. I t:1: I LB I
I LIMIT. 1 WITH 5.00 .!..;.' _-
._ I I SAVE UP TO 44< I I -sew- I

HaUce Of Appllrntlon Fo Tax
8rr. JO.. 10. .". 8. 6 45< ElSEWHtKE
Notice la Hereby Given thatMR. HART GOLDEN WHOLE
of the following certlflcatea GERBER'SBABY KERNEL OR CREAM STYLE MONTE
has filed said certificate. for! a>
tax deed to be Issued thereon. ORANGE GRAPE:4 FRISKIESDOG
The certificate numbers, and ,
years of Issuance the description FOOD
of property. and the name. OR TROPICAL: .
In which it was assessed are as .
follows! \ :
Certificate No. 104. Year of FRUIT PUNCH
Issuance 1967.De"crlptlon. All STKAINIDVARIITIIS
of Property Com.
NE Cor. of NW',4 of SC'! W AND JUICES 46oz 4.
474*. 8 823'; EL.Y 6t'netosiOlJ; 4 I
Cont. ELY 100'. W REG. JAR CANS .
301. N 60 deir. E onV L.Y Line
81. Rd. Ii 0'. tYLY 100. 8 60 Deg.V. .
\ POB. Bee 32-T-6-3. K-22-U.
Name In which assessed EKNESTL.CMON -
All; of said property being In
the County of Uradford biale
of Florida.!
Unless such certificate or certificates SPRINGTIME fSOZIMIHI -HIAITHING' FANCY NEW
shall be redeemed according raOM PIOS.IDA CEltO
to law the property described FROZEN GET SET YELLOWCRISP
In such certificate or
certificate will be sold to the ORANGEJUICE
Richest bidder at the courthouse VEGETABLES
door on the first MondayIn SPRAY

Adding MachinesFor 14.a_-VI 6oz CANS S I

Sale or Rent

At The Telegraph

April 10, 19f


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Airport Lease Given
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,,ft ''IMarine Final I Ok By CouncilFinal i I

Keystone finites High School review and inspectionof ed would be Keystone Heights. and airport treasury reports

Gardeners Tour iiiiioiiBy ; the new lease of Keystone Orange Park, Green Cove with city balance of $3.685.96

Airport property by the Sports ,Springs and Middleburg. on hand and $7.000 on time deposit
By JIM FOX Thirty High School Garden men's Club was male' at the Patrolman Tom Bryant sug- ; airport balance $785.39.!

Please! Phone in Your Items 473-414 ers from Keystone High School Joyce Rowe Keystone Council meeting Tuesday suggested that Council extend with $8.000 on time deposit.

accompanied by Mrs. Rita: 4 night, and the documentwas for-mal thanks to Mrs Leonard Airport Chairman Watkins re-

Walker, home economics teacher signed prior to submitting (Sharon) Jones for providing ported trees marked for timber

DUPLICATE BRIDGE team members, Jean and Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle- I received a letter from my it to FFA offices 1n Miami for food and refreshment to local cutting, and that a special
Hardigree. .
mother Mrs. Alice Roti hammer !
Vesta Aiken and Voncile Ketch Garden Club of the Lakes concurrence. .There were no and federal law enforcement officers meeting on timber sale bids will
The Duplicate went to and she asked me to changes in the document M during Investigation of be called.
Bridge Club, had a one-stroke lead to chairman in charge, (
sponsored by tile Keystone Heights ( ture the WIlliston ProLady cap-Invitational Gainesville Tuesday morning. thank all of you for the many Sgt. Polb drawn up by attorney Fremont the Keystone State Bank rob- Plans have not yet been com-

Woman's Club, meets every on Friday March 31. March 25, to tour the Ornamental wonderful cards she received Cited For CourageIn Tolles. bery on April 3. pleted for presentation to council -
Monday at 7:30: p.m. in the club- The team came in with a low Horticulture building and while she was In the hospital Mayor Starnes said the lease Approval was given to( the on the construction of the

house. All interested playersare net of 57. green house and to walk recently She said she received Vietnam..A-ction.,. would be sent promptly to MI- employment of Clyde Byrd to proposed $800,000, rental unit

invited and encouraged to at- We were sorry that the new pro through the gardens. many nice cards from her ami, where FFA officials are replace Andy Prak who :has resigned apartment building by Hunter St!

tend. Find yourself a partner and his family were victims of Following the tour the group friends and certainly appreciated Marine Sergeant Gary W. expected to concur with Its pro- from the streets depart- Adams, architects, to be presented

and join the fun. the weekend vandalism which destroyed had luncheon in the Student hearing from you. She will Polls, son of Mr and Mrs. visions following a "meeting of ment. to council for approval

Last week's winners were: three new carts recently Union Cafeteria. probably thank each one per Thomas W. Potts of Keystone the minds" in Keystone last Approval was given to city when completed.

First place with 22 1/2 pints Mr. purchased by Mr. Hardigree. It sonally as she has time. She Heights, was recently presentedthe week.

and Mrs. Fremont Tolles; sec- is unfortunate that people get hopes to be In Melrose some Navy Achievement Medal No motion was made Tuesday

ond place with 22 points Mr. their "kicks" in such a strange time this summer. from the Secretary of the Navy. night to call a referendum on WWWWWVOICE
and Mrs. J. W, NEWS NOTESBy Mr and Mrs. Albert Schoene-
Hardy; and manner, Accompanying the medal was the question of giving the AIr-
third place with 21 1/2 points, HERE 'N THERE man and son, Billy, spent Easter the following citation: "While port back to FAA, although ..

Mrs. Joseph Dey and Mrs. Ar- Mrs. Mary Carew returned to Helen Eaan in Daytona Beach with their serving as a Section Leader three councilmen -'ex( Win- ." of the"r

nold Larsen. her home in Massachusetts on son-in-law's parents. Mr. and with the Marines In Vietnam ans! and Cook had previously ex- ; r

Thursday following her winter Mrs. B, J. Svoboda. Friday from November 1967! to Decem- pressed: sentiments in favor of SPOR .

BINGO RESUMED stay at White Feather Court. COMMUNITY CHURCH they had their grandchildren ber IMS. Sfft. Potts participatedIn such action. '\

Bingo was canceled last weekat We are sorry to report that The kindergarten children en Dottie and Stevie Svoboda. of nine major combat opera Following concurrence by .", : By ..MIKE I CHITTY ',

St. William's due to the religious Mrs. Lilly Llghtfoot has had Joyed their annual Easter Eg} Gainesville, with them for the tions. He repeatedly distinguished FAA the Sportsmen's Club will c

holidays but it will be to discontinue delivery of the hunt at the home of Mrs. Rich. resume its conservation ------.f. .:
day.Members himself by his! courage and ; program -, K.
resumed this Friday evening. Gainesville Sun (in this area due and Cunningham on April :3. The of the WSCS and composure under fire. On one : firearms safety program
These games are open to the to poor health. Mrs. Llghtfoot 1st United Methodist
2nd and 3rd grade children Church would
occasion two enemy soldiers and legalized hunting on approximately are looking mighty Quinn, 45', Mr and
Plays begins Things ; Mrs. Jack
public. promptly said she would like to thank like to
their thank
enjoyed frolic at the educational those who helpedto
at 7 :20.HARRISON:: her many customers for their make their were sighted hiding in a rice 1,400 acres at the good these days, fellows, and Owens 37; Fred Brown and
building on April 5 un bake sale such a
kindness during her illness. paddy. Sgt. Potts unhesitatingly airport. with a little luck it might stay Gabbe Champaign 70 Spec:
der the direction of (Mrs. Barry success. The sale netted them
SPEAKSTO Mr. and Mrs. Ty Garber and crossed the open ground under Mayor oiajaea icau a icmcifrom this way. If fishing and catch- caught In 2 hours: Mr. and Mrs.
ROTARY CLUB Mrs. Garber's brother in-law Wyman, assisted by some of over $100 dollars.If sniper fire, and hits timely action the Aero Club with recommendations nig fish appeals to you, you'd Sam McClure, 28: Marvin Powell

James H. Harrison of the State and Bister, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph> the teachers. friends you have been calling resulted In one enemy kill
Attorney's office was guest Williams of Imhurst, in., wefo i The Easter Cantata of the ,lately and getting no and one captured. facilities, and retaining the some real bad weather before Bolen Victor: and his father and

speaker at the Keystone Heights vacationing in St. Augustine and combined Celestial and Senior answer better consult the new "Constantly concerned for the cervices of Homer Satterfield. this column comes out, they party got 42; Mr. and Mrs.

Rotary Club last Friday. The Daytona last week. Church Choirs was enjoyed on phone directory. Lots of lI1umbers combat readiness. of Ms uNto the present airport manager and should be eatln it up this week. George Davis caught 73 Bream:

speaker was introduced by Sherif Mrs. Les Stephenson spent Thursday evening April 3. were changed shortly before he tirelessly trained his men maintenance man. I'm still having reports from and Mr.and Mrs. Hayes caught

Jennings Murrhee. Easter weekend visiting with her Communion Services were the new directories camo and molded them into an effec- Coucilman Everett Fox stated everywhere saying that the bass 20 Specs. All in all, it was a

Harrison discussed the natureof daughter, Carol, in Tampa. On held Sunday morning, March 30, out and the old numbers are tive fighting force. Sgt FottjA an objection that the letter had are starting to bite 'better all fine week for fishing.

crimial activites within the Saturday evening Mrs.Stephenson when new members joining the not right.> So be sure to consult leadership, professional compct been sent to Starnes, Instead of: the time. Last Wednesday and George Barton of Lake Santa

state. He ,said that the annual enjoyed viewing a program spon- church in the past quarter were the phone book befre callling a tence, and steadfast devotion to the airport chairman or council Thursday, Santa Fe Lake was Fe caught several Bass and

number of crimes included approximately sored by the telephone company publicly presented.At number, because the numbers duty reflect great credit upon chairman. Airport ChairmanRoy working alive with Bream and Specs while out on spring vaca

24,000 misdemeanors in which her daughter was a mem- the Executive Board meet- ring,although they are no longer himself, the Marine Corps, and!) Watkins said, however Bass. The Bass were schoolingin

and 8,000 felonies. ber of the cast. Ing of the Church Women on working numbers.A the Naval service." that consideration should be deep water, as well as striking tion.Well boys, looks like we'd

The speaker expounded on the Mrs. Dan Pater, Sr. and her March 24. plans were made for lot of excitement was crea- The citation was signed by. given to the letter since mattersof everywhere in shallow wa better head for the fishing hole.

duties of the offices established brother, Bert, of Nelson's Point, the Family Night covered dish ted Thursday when.the Key- the Commanding General, Fleet official business are often directed ter. And your pore ole rolling- With everybody catching 'am
to curtail crime, and of the pro- have benn entertaining their Wal stone State Bank was robbed. Marine Force to the mayor's office
supper on April 17. Mrs. Pacific fishermen had no way to go like that, there won't be any
blems involved in handling the grandchildren during the holidays ter Grollck's! circle member Three Melrose residents Mrs. Sgt. Potts is now stationed at rather than the council. opt So I just had to sit on the left for us l If we don't hurry.

large court calendar of the var- will be assIsted' by Mrs. Charles Jo Reed, Mrs. Elnora McGuire Camp Lejeune N. C. He entered Fox instructed Clerk Vergie: dock and get sick watching! There will not be any Sports-

ious crimes. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klein- Wallenlus Nightengale CIr- and Mrs. Paddy Gilrie, are em- the Marine Corps in July Homer to pay the $37.50 cost of them. man Column next week. I'll be
Harrison said "The real need dienst and children Jim and ployees at the bank, and had
cle as hostesses. 1966. having the lease drawn, with the Uncle Alfred Hudson of Gain- in Bonlfay. helping celebrate
in combating these conditions is Kathy of SUllwater, N.J., and ringside! seats, although they
VISITING MINISTER council to be reembursed later:! esville, was down the first of the birthday of my great grand.
to have for law
a larger budget
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Schindewolfand would probably rather have been r-r-
enforcement and prosecution." William Beam Jr., chairmanof 4 by the Sportsmen's Club. last week, but the wind kept us mother, Mrs. H. K. Ohltty. So,
children, Dale and Karen, anywhere else at the time. Don'tWO'lTY
the pastoral committee: an- Mayor Starnes reported that messed up. I guess we're goingto till two weeks from today
of Roseland, N.J., are guestsof Robert Moody about your money INDIAN BEACH after attending a meeting of carrying out "
4-H EXHIBIT DAY nounces that Rev. have to start "Good-bye and good luck!
Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Sullivanof though, It's insured.
Clay County in relationto
mayors Chester
Tens Tom Cat
Four girls from the Keystone Holmes of Chattanooga. my Siamese
Nelson's Point. Mrs. Klein-
Mrs. Paul Scott Mow-
Heights 4-H Club attended the will be the guest minister at the stray dog problems and and our woods cat Midnight
(Lake Santa Fe)
dienst is the daughter.Mr. .
rer spent a few days with Maj.
laws it
his the
was feeling that both get
county wide.4H. Exhibit Day and Mrs.Everett Fox spent worship services this Sunday. Gen By: Michael H. Chltty fishing\ with us. They
Mrs. R. p, Hollls en-
City of Keystone would election
preferto water and "Many yearn are
in Green Cove Sprngs on March COUPLES CLASS out in the shallow
three days last week fishing and
vacationing in Cedar Key. The Couples Class of the Community route to their home In New "IMiiino, nvihti( handle its own dog problems take their paw and slap fish leap years but candidates are

22.Miss Sonya Payton received Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston Church Is sponsoring a Hampshire after spending the 6 through local law enforcementwhich out on the bank, and eat them. more or less expected to look

first place honors in the sen- spent Easter weekend with their Sidewalk Sale on April 19. William winter in South Florida. Greetings neighbors this Is he said had been doing a They can catch fish when we before they do it."- Louis!

ior division for Food and Nu- son and daughter-In-law. Mr. Reynolds Jr. is class pre Dr and Mrs. George T, Sin- :your "Spring-fever" struck fine Job. can't. Speaking of smart cats Nelson How man, Tii-County

trition with her entry, "See's and Mrs. Alec Livingston,of Fort sident. The sale will be held ville gleton and children of Gaines rolling reporter with new for Starnes reported that he and we also have a Siamese female (Missouri! ) r-:f'WI.!

Chocolate Fudge." Lauderdale.Mrs. from 9 a.m. until 12 noon on spent last weekend with you. I know you all are glad to other Interested parties felt :a cat. Missy, that goes in the

In the Junior Division for Food Robert Jackson and dau- the vacant lot across from the her mother Mrs. J. T. Green. see that beautiful Spring weather need for improving recreational bathroom and uses the com-

and Nutrition Miss Gayle Quag- ghter, Beth, spent Easter week- post office. We. would like to welcome to we've been having, :I certainly facilities and general upkeepat mode.

llano's entry "Crisco Kid'sM end with family and friends in Arrangements have been Melrose Mr and Mrs. Kohut am. It sure Is a welcome the city park, which he described Griffin's Lodge (east shore.

&M Cookies,." wpn her first'" andcMre! ;.,) ; : i;gjnade fqjpiclj:: tot heajyat\ !-. 'Chicago.who recently. moved.. here from Change from winter, isn't it?... as needing "sprucing'np"CoenotIinaw' Santa Fe) reprted another good .KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
oDertlfGtilison make
They now their
Miss also' '
Jame .
place. Cherly Tomes Mr. 1< cles on April 18 between 4 and The only thing wtoni 'is' that"Springfever" < Cook week Wianits -tu1 Uiefweather.Oiis ,
first for her"Straw- home on Lake Rosa. Their son. asked to work through
won a place of Largo, were weekend guests 6 p.m.Anyone. that's striking was Browning John Hutchinson -
berry Jam." Miss Sally Naples of their son-in-law and daughter wishing to sell art Dr Robert Kohut, lives in Gain- everybody, including me. And Starnes on the possibilities. :\ and Wayne Williams and one
came in second with her recipe, esville.! needs. in the party caught
should be other man
cles on commission when you have "Fishingfever"adaed
James Beeler.
Mr and Mrs.
"No Chocolate Ernie Howard visited relatives
Bake Snackettes. Councilwoman Joy Baker
reported morning
Ed sure that large items are in to that, as I have, you'verally 345 Specs from Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Dwyer were
In the category, "Home and :In Daytona Beach last week. that there has 'been some Thursday morning, while! <
condition. For furtherInformation got trouble. It Is bad] till
working sure
recent of Mrs. Dwyer'sbrother
family. Cherly Tomes won first Mrs. J. T, Green entertained discussion in
Clay County of set- at Griffin's Lodge. They
church! staying
and sister-in-law, Mr. call the to have to work, when your
place for her scale model of ababy's with a dinner for 15 guests in ting up an authority on naturalgas 4',4'! speckled catfish
Pascal Carr, mind Is lake also caught a
and Mrs. Andre Prince who are secretary Mrs. out on a catching
and Gayle Quag- her home last
nursery Saturday
night and that
llano third in the making their winter home at the any week day morning at 473- fish, or laying on the grass tinder Keystone on a. black jig one night AUTO
was compe- Home Room mothers last needs to be better informed himself
tition with her 4-H dress. "Yankee Clipper" in Fort Lauderdale 4182 or contact Mr. Reynolds a nice shady oak tree. But. Roy Griffin fished by
week treated Melrose Elemen that matter. natural
On April 25, the County Home at his Insurance office. 473-48C1 I guess we'll just have to do gas Tuesday and caught 9 Bass. He SERVICE
tary School students to Easter line at
Demonstration Office will COl and Mrs. Jim Chessington for pick up service. No cloth- the best we can. and hope for a present goes across the guided Paul Steinmetz Wednesday -
sor a Dress Revue and Events have just returned from a visit ing, please.EASTERN egg hunts. After the eggs were vacation soon. northwest and southeast corners and they caught 5 Bass Complete Auto RepairsAir
found, refreshments were served I nf rinv Countv. Cities concern- to 7 pounds, and a few Conditioning Repairs
day for area 4-H clubs. with Col. and Mrs. H. Hamiltonof STAR Now. let's take a look-see at from 4
Charleston, S, C, The second meeting 'If the Then the students went the news. Specs. Alan Griffin guided Mr. &: Automatic Transmission

TEEING OFFHuntley OES chapter year was held on home for a four-day weekend. Monday afternoon my cousin family over the weekend. Zellner Wednesday, and they Service

Redfearn, Ray Farris WOMAN'S!; CLUB April 1, with an initiatory ceremony We had a new place of business Faye Hamilton, and her mother Jack and Lou Miller were vis- caught ft Bass and 6 Specs. Roy PHONE 473-4404

and Pat Hardigree were all winners Mrs. John Bird reports that for three candIdates open in Melrose recently, Corlne Hudson, ,brought Cor- iting Mac and Betty McGowanin fished for Shiners alone again Little Lake
the club's pre-Easter Food and a Jiffy Food store. It Is located and caught 4 Baas, Bedford
in the annual Strawberry !Mrs. Vera Ownbey. chapter ine's husband Alfred, down to Hilllard last Sunday, and
Invitational in Starke last week- Bake Sale held last Saturday was treasurer, and Worthy Matron between Odom's and Kelley's.However stay till Wednesday. Otis Mel picked up their sons, T. C. and the largest weighing 6 pounds,

s end. Redfearn came in first in most successful. She would like Grace Keeth represented the the drug store clos- ton and his father, Lonnie, andI Jeff who spent the weekend and the rest averaged 2 pounds. BEAUTY SHOP
his flight competition. Hardi. to thank all members who con- of ed last week. Bus service this weekend Friday guided Jim Islng and
chapter at the Grand Chapter went to Jacksonville Thursday there. T. C. spent
gree and Farris came in third tributed baked goods, and to the Florida In St. Petersburg: this which has been at the drugstore night to the wrestling matches. camping out with a group of they caught' 6 Bass with the lar- KEYSTONEBEAUTY
residents who supported the sale. has been moved to Ford's
in their respective flights. gest weighing 11 pounds.
week. They will submit their Aunt Teenie Crenshaw and Explorers on the Suwannee
Pro Bill Hardigree and his Grocery, Griffin guided George Reed and SHOP
reports at the next regular daughter Joan, of Gainesville River.
Mrs. Rajoh Barker and DUPLICATE BRIDGE
her vol- chapter meeting on April 15. were Thursday afternoon visit.: Len and Linda Swearingenand Earl Tipton Saturday morning, EDITH JOHNSON, Owner
unteer workers are busy this Winners last week of the Mel-
DRAGLINE WORK month soliciting funds for the It was reported that Mrs. ors.,and Russ and Jean Pierce daughter. Tammy Lynn, of and they caught 8 Bass.Shlpma.n's Personal and: Creative Hair 6tyltnc -
annual rose Duplicate Bridge Club (west shore
March of Dimes Ruth Ohlson Is still undergoingtests of Gainesville, came out Satur Jacksonville were weekend Camp Every form of Beauty
BULLDOZINGEARTH Please be when Drive. ; that Jess Lewis Is gaining were: Mrs. B. A. Allen and Mrs day. My uncle and aunt Red guests of his parents. Fred and Santa Fe), also reported a fine Culture Twe-8 &. 9-d; closed
generous the J. W. Foster, 1st place Mr.
ladies contact you for a dona- nicely, but Is still! a patientat ; and Iva Lee Hltt. of Boaz, Ala. Vera Swearingen. Along with week for fishermen. In Monomy.
Gay Livingston and
Mrs. Ray
Bradford Hospital; and that arrived Sunday afternoon and Mr and Mrs. Maxie Mathls! they reported so many catches,
CALL tion.Mr. Mrs. Daisy Hall had recuper- Starnes. 2nd place: Miss Iva spent the night with us. they spent Sunday with Mrs. that I'm just going to list them BUILDING MATERIAL
Chief and Mrs. Henry Schuber Hillyer and Mrs. F. T. Hogue, by name and amount of fish. HARDWARE
Big HeavyConstruction ated sufficiently to return to Charles Walker and son, Kevin :Mathis In Jasper. Saturday'sguests
entertained with a dinner partyat her ,home in the care of a 3rd place; Mrs. C. W. Hardy : of Jacksonville spent Saturday were Fred's mother, Those catching fish from Starkeand
I Inc.Palafka their home on Easter even- and Mrs. R. P. Vogh, 4Ui place. Sr. and surrounding areas Included: BROOKLYN
nurse. Mr. Lewis's daughter with the D. W. Carpenters.! Mrs Fred Swearlngen ,
ing. Guests included Mr. and made a short visit with nor SILVER TEA Before, I forget It, let me tell Laurie Arm Hlce. :Mr, and Mrs. AI Dumore. 25
32:>.7476 Mrs. Ed Dwyer and Mr and There will be a Silver Tea for Strand- Specs; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ksl- SUPPLY HOUSE
father from her home in New youthat there will be no Indian Paul, Lee and Greg
Mrs. Leo LeBlanc York. the benefit of the Library Monday Beach News next week. The berg spent the weekend with ler, 32 Specs; Paul Rutledg Lumber Plywood Builder's
April 14, from 3 to 5 p.m. had 27; Mr and Mrs. Gary Hardware Roofing Sheetrock -
The social hour was highlighted Chittys will be in Bonifay, attending Mrs. Jo Strandberg. Sunday
on the library grounds.Art .
by a large cake, beautifully the birthday celebration they went to Brooker and pick- Paneling Paints Insulation

RETIREMENT AHEAD? d..'.-'.-ed by the Worthy Mah Melrose work Elementary by the students School] will at of'my great-grandmother, Mrs.H. ed up Mrs. Strandberg's sister.
clusters of sweetpeas K. Chltty. However things Mary Green, and spent the DIRECTORYBAPTIST ,
". her chapter flowers be on display, as will he plan. will be back to normal two day with her sister-in-law Vlr- Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886
...... for an addition to the library.
jed her artistry In weeks from today. gle Hale.
: Proceeds from the will
) ?a
.corating as a hobby Mrs. D. W. Carpenter was 'Jn Now here's Leeon. CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
s go into the fund for the add-
\ her husband: was stationed Jacksonville a few days last LEEON'S CORRNER

at Guantenamo U. S, Navy tion.Cookies week visiting her daughter and "The Tale Of Ole Joe" First Church, Keystone: SUn-
and will be
Base. punch family, Mrs. David Reid. Greg Ole Joe was out fishing day School 945 am. Worship CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Thf ) served and visitors will have it and Mark Reddish of Starke. One beautiful Spring day. 11 ,a.m.? 7:30: p.m. Training Un CALL OR SEE
chance to view the .
HOMEMAKERS: ,cLUB spent Friday with their grand- When up a little creek don 6:30: p.m. Nursery open Edward's Building
S. P
Sashoff Is in chargeof
q The Keystone Homemakers parents, the Carpenters. :Mrs. His eyes did stray. all services. Rev. Lawrence

\ r Club will meet April 16 at 10 .The the library Tea. is sponsored .by Helen Walker was a weekend He picked out a spot. Carrol pastas.CATHOLIC Supply, Inc.

a.m. in Clay Electric hall Reports (- the Melrose guest of the Carpenters.We And made his cast. 726 S. MAIN 372-1844
Woman's Club. Mrs.Mildred .
f will! be given on the Extension are sorry to hear that Just a wlshln' and hopln Gainesville, Florida
Spires is librarian.WOMAN'S St. [William's, Keystone: Sunday
t Homemakers Agents In- Mr. Owen Bryant and Mrs.! For a strike from a Basil
Service Training Conference at CLUBA Earl Voyles are on the sick list. He began to twitch it. Mass. 9 a.m. Wednesday
business; meeting was held! :Mass and :Novena, 7 p.m. NURSERY
the University of Florida We certainly hope they are feel- And dance it about.
at the Melrose Woman's Club
0B March 31 to: April 4. last ing better soon. Then all at once, COMMUNITY: CHURCH
week. The O.C. Carnes
members view Nursery
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dicks and He let out a shout. Sunday School 9:40: a.m.

,.,. The Clay County Councl1meetln& several the club house proposed and additions discussed to baby were visiting Mr. and Just a couple of Jerks (Morning. Worship, 11. Youth Fellowship Thousands of plants
will! be held
on April Mrs. Dick Hilliard over the And just that. fast.
(all teenagers) 7 p.m.. Trees-Shade Trees
advantages and Fruit
22 at the Civic Center in Mlrt- disadvantagesof weekend. Ole Joe had hooked intoA
dleburg. Plans will be made fcr each. They a.30 discussed Pascal Carr director. Holy Communion Evergreens
for Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James fat 12-pound Bass.
Save 1st Sunday each
now plans for raising funds for quar-
the annual picnic in May.! The spent the weekend with rela- Through weeds and grass Wednesday Prayer Service Camellias & Azaleas
additions.A .
meeting will start at 1 a.m.. tives in Clearwater.. That mad Bass did -soar. Leon F Mil- MOST ALL IN CANS
followed by a covered dish dinner is planned as a Dewees and John Evans and For twenty-three minutes 7:30: p.m. Rev. .
Your Sunniest fund-raising project and whlbe ,ner, pastor.IEPISCOPAL. PLANT ANY TIME -
Days luncheon. All County Homemaker
Or it
eon of Jessup, Ga.. were visiting was twentyfour.Then Beautiful
given the last part of April. Roses -
members or guests are Mr. and Mrs. Lanier and over logs, '(
Invited. Hostesses were Mrs. Earl And around Communion. LandscapingPhone
lily pads St. Anne's: Holy
Look ahead little and have lot Rice Mrs. H.
a more happinessin E. Cooper, Mrs. But
when tat Sunday
he went through the ..8 a.m. each Sunday. 659-2165
your retirement years. A program of systematic PERSONALSDr. .L. W. Neefus, and Mrs. R. W. presented to the athletes. Those fence, :Holy Communion, 8 ajn. and

deposits in your savings account, plus our liberal J. G. Saw, associate professor Becker. elected to receive awards and Ole Joe hollered "EEE-GADS! 9:30: a.m. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Sundays 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

interest will help give you care-free security. of statistics at the University SPORTS AWARD BANQUETThe trophies were picked by mem- But finally after fighting (Morning Prayer, 9:30: a.m. Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome

of Florida, is enjoying Interlachen High School bers of the teams and the For what seemed like an hour. (Evening Prayer Sunday, 7 p.m. USED CARS

a visit from Ma parents Mr. Annual Sports Award Banquet coaches. He had lost all Ws power. Holy !Days announced. Will-

KEYSTONE STATE BANK and Mrs. Bert Saw, of Coventry will be held Friday April 11. Twenty-five Jackets will be Now the poor Bass rolled over. dam I, Jones. :Vicar.
England.Mr. at 8 pjn. in the school cafe torlum. presented to football and basketball And came up on his side. Hanks Used Cars

Member F.DJ.C. Kejrvton Hdfhto, Flm.Frtadly boys and eight letters Then ole Joe's heart was filled, LUTHERAN BIG CASH DISCOUNT
and Mrs. William BeamSr. Bill Bennett win be guest will be presented to cheerlead He was bursting with pride. Divine Worship, 11 *Jn. Sun
are getting settled speaker.; ers. day. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday TERMSBUY
-Y.ar Bank In Your Ftle.dly on their But then Joe got sick.
C.BJB unity.. own mobile home property adjacent Special awards and trophies The event is sponsored by the Aa kt the water be did look. Services each Sunday at SELL'TRADE

to the Lake Geneva post for outstanding performances in Interlachen JuniorSenior High That fish made his last kick St. Anne's Eplsoopal Church. RT. 1. BOX M

P' office. football and basketball will be Booster Club. And broke Joe's new hook. William. Wise Vicar; Hwy. 100. 9 Mlles S. SUtk

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Bradford County Hospital, ed to be operating in soma and defects may not show ut>.

11By Misses Eula and Peculia Can Be Killers: \ IA ..1''s- womall's] counties. Their pitch was that for months. Then' Ira too late
at their home on Lester a the meter needs !several booster! to !get satisfaction.

Road. Dead In Bradford 1968 ..:' shots every few years at UP to Before you sign anything or
Mrs. Ernest Griffis .. .r&g $10 a shot. They go to work 'n allow any cash to change liamte.
Mrs. Earl' flthbWaflssflflcrrrrsrs Sunday guests Mr. and deathby automobile Ei the back yard connecting a bIg or "repairs" to begin check

'" Virgil Griffis, Mr. and increasing and vacation forward and to prevent objects hose to the meter.' A telephone with local agencies. If you can
from becoming dangerous
Manes Griffls and just around the corner, call. to the cooperative before the wrong agency, someone
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cameronof Mrs. Jennings; Griffin and we should stop and projectiles in case of a sud- ,work was begun would have revealed there win direct you to the right
den stop or a collision. Bv Martha Sue McCain
Tampa were weekend guestsof ilies of Palatka, Mr. and
In which we .J that these were
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Grlffls Griffis of Sanderson, -- Carry a good first aide County Extension one.At
this ,ot
ourselves from bona fide employees.How .
least :tillS
and Mrs. Ernest Griffls. Mrs. Arthur Griffis of kit and some flares, flashing Home Economics Agent one county: come
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Griffls lenny, Mrs. Inez Quiet signals or other warning de- do we get ourselves In tIJ with a good answer for the!
County 14 per- vices. such a fix? Many .of us are bar man Jobs that it may take
at of Jacksonville and Mr.and
played the guitar sang GYl"S" Pake "Inspectors" insisted on
the high- HOME REPAIR
were killed on -- Use your safety belts at gain hunters. and can't resist' months to find a repair man to
Dave Cameron of
Church last Thursday Tampa.
Evergreen,::: in 1968. During the same ON INCREASE inspecting the owner's septic
Those who haven't heard with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon all times. the "Something- nothing"angle do-training in making simp'e
night. all of tank. Over his protest that it
died fact that there
2,085 on Despite the
couple have fis and children and Mrs. -- Take a break from the or the "reduced price"bait. home repairs be offered .
this talented' young businesses didn't need attention they dun" may
missed a treat. We think they Norman and sons, they highways. road every two hours or so, are many reliable the drain field and saM Some repair Jobs may take toon! to teen-agers: 'Who wouldbe I
.. doing home repairs reports of up
American Red Cross in order to keep alert. willing!
are "thi h.ct ed Homecoming at Pine sug- work needed. They weeks to find someone glad for useful employment.
Mr. and Mrs, Theodore nosier ten measures you can --Make allowance for the unpredictable home repair gyps In Florida These. ,more quoted a cost was of $150 for' their to do the job, so we accept gladly : Such training might Include
of other counties are
were Sunday dinner guests of theJ. road safety: acts the first person who offers. fixing window screens and bro
work. When the had only
Mr. and Mrs. Earl to county extension owner
S. Sapp family in Lawtey.Mr. Before you start a trip, drivers. Drive defensively. reports coming Some Jobs involve much monev ken window
and :Mrs. Bessie Grlffis as weekend guests Mr. sure your car Is safe. -- Check; tires for cuts ana offices make It wise to alert $10 cash, they accepted this as

entertained their niece, Linda L. J. Mikell Jr. and brakes, lights, signal other damage after travelingover other citizens against being a "down payment" and vanished .- I {

Kowalic, with a birthday party Deland. windshield wipers,ex- bumpy, rocky roads before "taken it." like a whiff of smoke. Need- .
last Friday night. Several young Mrs. Mary Freeman system, steering mech- returning to turnpike Each year, shady "home re leas to say, the owner had to : Rudd Gas Water Heaters

friends enjoyed the evening with Sunday guests Mr. and and all tires, including speeds.Be pair" men and fake "Inspect-- hire someone else to restore ?
F. Freeman and children careful when you use ors" fleece American homeowners order. ...
; faster!
her.Homecoming was well attended rose, and Mr. and Mrs. Pack the car so that the power windows-- children can of millions of dollars. Then there's the case of the rheats-1' water 3 times

at Pine Grove Church and Ce- Jones and daughters of has full vision from the be hurt by them. Better Business Bureaus reports elderly woman whose roof really i ; .

metery last Sunday. We of Pine Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and sides as well as' -- Don't drink before drivingdon't ; more swindles in this field than needed repair. A supposed f; ; Rivers Of Hot Water At
Grove are thankful for the gen- and son, of Gainesville -a drive after drinking. In any other. roofing firm spent all afternoon
erous donations and the wonderful her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marlneland last Saturday. -- Observe speed limits as Avoiding such traps :Is the on It. The men accepted her 'f' '''
work that has been done at dore Hosier, Sunday and Mrs. Jack Cason of posted and heed signs and high home owner's responsibility. So check of $300 for the Job and .k: i: LOW, LOW COST

the Cemetery.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Beach visited relatives way markings. When the wea- protect yourself: -learn to pinpoint cashed It In record time. When (', .
Wanda Sapp and children and son visited their weekend. ther Is bad, adjust to a slower the roof still leaked they were fr3; /
the tricks behind the oN
For It From
visited the Jack Casons in Day. Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. Earl Dobbs had and_ safer speed. Stav on vour fers. There are many ways of nowhere to be found. 1f:; Pay
and Mrs. Irene Jones in Mrs. (right) side of a double line
tona Tuesday.Mrs. guests Mr. and checking up. In many Florida Another victim answered a'balt" ; Utility Savings
Lessle Barnett, and Mr. ney Farms Monday and Mikell Jr. and sons of on the highway. Crossing it cities a firm must get an occupational ad. offering a special ;

and Mrs. II. L. Sapp had as Friends of Mrs. Susie Mr. and Mrs. Don New- to pass another car is both license before it ta prize of $400 for installing aluminum -- WATER HEATER INSTALLED
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs will be glad to learn children, Mr. and Mrs. dangerous and Illegal. legally In business. Check this: siding. For this reduced -
Cohen Barnett of Lakeland.Mr. is home from Bradford Jones and children, Rev. The Red Cross also recom-
at':your city tax office. fee. the owner's home would be WITH GAS ONLY $77.
Hosoltal. mends that driver be
and Mrs. Puffin Grlffis Allen Price, Mr. and every used as a demonstration modelto
For door-to-door salesmen
had all of their children home Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffis, and Michael first aid trained. ,
Sunday for a family dinner and as Thursday night supper and their taml' les. all of there Is a two-way Investigation The attract other home o\mers. Rent it for only $2.00 Per Month
Mr. and of the solicitor and the owner ended by signing!
hunt. and Marty Clen.ons ......
egg a note for $2.400--.s1x times the
firm. He should have solicitor's -
children of a
Starke, and CALL NOW
Mrs.llnnle: Griffis is visiting of Hellbronn Springs.
Each Florida wildlife officer
Mrs. Howard permit, usually suppliedthe original figure-and the "contractors" -
her Mrs. Inez and and Mrs.
daughter, Elmer Wallace is
ren of Lake responsible far approximately police department. Here's disappeared before 332 MADISON
Quiet, and family in Jacksonvlll Mrs. Freddie Cox Saturday overnight guests 300.000 acres of land and what sometimes happens 'Jf the Job was finished.A LADE GAS
for a few days. and daughter PHONE 964.7701
water. In this
area he must
her Sunday School Class I :you don't check: rash of "inspectors" who ._
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffls Mrs. David Bass r'
I protect all wild animal life and
Easter ... There's the of claim to represent the local
enjoyed a fish fry at their:.bore" party at her fresh water case the septic
last Thursday night with Bruce, Thursday afternoon. aquatic life. tank in one Florida county. electric cooperative are report-

Randy, and Mason Mikell of De- Cue Dobbs'ot -_. CARL BEGGS
land and Mr. and Mrs. James visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl .. 1uhIVti
Bowers as guests.Mr. Wednesday afternoon of .' ''t < Gulf Service
and Mrs. Keith Griffis and week. .:.I : .
Friends of Mr. USED PARTS
family of Macclenny visited Mr. and 1 n' I,
and Mrs. Malley Griffls last Fri mie Thornton will be Top rrlre, for Wrecked Cars
day night. learn that they have ________-=--_ _._ '", ,;j Ii ; .1 I !n l ur W: cl.c.: t'nce: !

Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough recently their new home north of Fuel Oil --
China Faulker in Miss Geraldine I
visited Mrs. _
Gainesville visited her New Innersprings PUMPSNEW USED VACUUM clearer re- Used Car

Mr. and Mrs. Orin : CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop cond.tloned $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue Hwy. 468-1998 301 N. Waldo
last weekend. name brands to choose from
A family dinner was to 15 word. ____- 1.28 V* A Card or Call SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Parts & excellent repairs all]
at the home of Mrs. Rose (Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-9166 & Shallow Wells ., makes. Watson's House of Auto Fire Homeowner MUST SACRIFICE-719 E. Laura -

last Sunday, Those MRS. PEGGY SHALLER Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main Gainesville LIFE & ACCIDENT St. 2 bedrooms, concrete
were Mr. and Mrs. .: word over 15 __ .07 209 E. Adktns St. Expert Service On 376-7110. tfch Keystone Height 47S-499S block. Low down payment bal-

Manus and son, David, of charge If notpaid Furniture Repaired I All Makes lance I $50 per month.

DODDJudges ahassee; Mr. and Mrs. In advance ____ .35 Upholstered & Refinished DID YOU KNOW it's easy town I I i BILL POWELL, Broker
Bass and son of ; MATTRESSES REBUILT Plumbing Service a Longcnamp Home? MEN WANTED Men cottage< j !964-6464
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phone 964-7061 Better built for F1,rtda liv- parents age over 21 Startingpay
daughter of Lake. Butler; Memorials, Resolutions Slarke. Agent DURRANCE PUMP ing. Your plant or) our $295 month promotion oppoxtunitles I CHICKEN FARM for leaee. 15.-

and Mrs. Drew Sweat, HASTINGS MATTRESS Your lot or ours. Contact: Bu- and regular Increases i 000 capacity automatic feeder
Mrs. Elmer Wallace, Mr. per & UPHOLSTERY WORKS fold! Mitchell. phone! G64 in pay. 8 hour day !5 '. system nest and egg cooler.

Mrs. Johns Green Sapp 710 Lemon St. PaUUca I I 6853. P O Box 238, Starkl day week. sick leave vacation T. W. Baker and Sons. Lake
me and Mr. and Mrs. Mack CARDS OF THANKS II I INSURANCE tf'-' .... state retirement.! If interested. Geneva. 4tchg 4-17
of the State Farm. AT REDUCED RATES I please apply] In person Personnel I I
word toa
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie or ----- MARY AUTO. FIRE. BOAT Manager, Sunland Training Onter CITGO

win and family of Fort word over BO __ .01 DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S Gainesville Fla. !
Beach attended church here INSURANCE AGENCY I An equal opportunity employer. Have desirable location

day with his parents, tehir SUN SPORTS I available in this area.
Mrs. John Godwin. OFFICIAL CARTpPAINTS I Paid training program.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1969'r. BAIRD ED WAINWRIGHT Financial assistance avail.
nor of Jacksonville vUltad Dally 8 AM. 5:30: P. M. AGENCYFor
Rubye Yarbrough and Except Saturday 8-12 Nooft YOUR'MONKVPUuke : I able.
Mobile Homes
All Your
Excellent TBA
church with her. After GARAGE Ph. 664-5701 I. program.
they visited Mrs. Harold NEW and USED Insurance NeedsSpecializing For further informationand

brough and daughters.Mrs. Keystone Heights Truck load discount prices ? in confidential interview
8-10-12' Wide
Telephone 473-4465 102 K.; Hri-wnltc.: .' St.
Mary Freeman Good Quality Hunter Fishing Boats by Ca. Mobile Home InsurancePh. please call 376-9790, Gain-

Friday afternoon visitors, RENT: TV sets baby ccl Craft 12' 14' $189.00 up. Starke 964-6818 esvllle.
MERRITT Warren Hershy and elec. guitars amplifiers NEW r Reasonably Priced I '
Lake Butler. & : day or week. DA. I Galnesvfte: :: 378.2785 WANTED: Used wrln&er-wafih- ZIG ZAG FOR $43
Lawtey Crews of the State 964-7923. tf-chg Serviced. Guaranteed and FOR SALE Hay Coastaland er. Will pay cash or take In SEWING MACHINE: Guaranteed -
visited his l daughter and Does everything makes
Delivered Starke Area :
117 N. Wnlnnt Street the Jim Macks, in DoItYourselfSEAMLESS Bahla. highly fertilized, no trade on anything. DAHMER'S. buttonholes. buttons.
sews on
TRAILER LOTS NO EXTRA COST rain. J. M. Edwards, phone 964. 964-7923.
PHONE 901-5301 Saturday night and Sunday. _tr-eh.j Zlg-Zags, makes designs, etc.
there he visited Mrs. LAKE ACCESS US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th 5403, Starke. tfchg
P 021097 I WILL BUY: Used Appliances. Pay balance $43 at $8 per

." ,... St. Vincent's Hospital. Down $15 Month Gainesville 378-2785 Furniture TV's Stereos, anything I month. Phone COLLECT, Jack
STATE FARM Misses Sheila
hyron, of value. DAHMER'S. onvLHe 353-1946. night or day.
Mriiul Automobile Iniunnc Compjnf I I" Sonja Yarbrough Lake Lots $2500 UpInvestment .9nc. ,
.....' were FLOORING SEWING MACHINES- 7Ze .R4tfcAe. Will deliver no obligation A-1
Home Ollici: Bloomington: Illinois pd bv Fred Belche of Lake PropertiesS. Largest selections from ''Whichto Frontage on State Road 230 Sewng: Center. 1606 Main St.

E.'McKAYRealtorAppraiser choose. Pfaff. Necchi.: Nelco. 800 ft., between Country Club I 4t chg 3-1
New Home & Universal. I and Road at a bargain price.

WE MAKE REPAIR ALL MAKES. Near Livestock Market A. J. Thomas Realtor, Tel. WOODROW BOZEMAN

Keystone Hts. 473.4816 GainesvilleVaccinate I 9645701._ LAWNMOWER SHOP
National Sewing Now For: I I II 13S N. TEMPLE. STARKE
It's New. MACHINE-Cleaned i KEYS Machine: Co., Horses Sleeping Sick. I I meat cutter willing to I PHONE 964-5892 4tp 5-1

and adjusted in your 611 W. University Avo. 378-1335 ness Cattle Blackleg I I move to Gainesville. Apply Ger- I

$3.00. Vacuum cleaner re Galnenvlllr & Mai. Edema tner's. inc. 1133 So. Main St. : FOR SALE 2 lots Crystal

THE NEW EASY WAY TO also. All work guaranteed. Drenches & Vaccines Gainesville. Fla. 4tchg 4-10 I Homesites paved road front
E. Cogging Phone 431. Laundry Lowest Prices age. High and dry lake front
tfchg workeri. Kitchen aids, labor- No. 900 Retirement Special I! WANTED To Rent nice 3 privileges. Phone 964-6215. Itp
YOUR SHOPPING era. cottage parents watchman Frame bungalow. 5 rooms 1 bedroom house in Starke by I

cooks and clerks &1'ound'keeper bath porch Newly painted. Listings wanted In Bradford and April 3. Reas:>r.able. Phone 964- CONSOLE MODEL STEREO

truck driver. FIve Nice fenced lot. Just 6000. adjoining Counties on: timber 6632._tfchg LIKE NEW: Automatic record

1 iller BrownVolkswagen day week. eight hour day. large( or email acreages changer. multi-speed. Balanceof
DRIVE-IN SHOPPINGYou No. 803 Cattle Ranch, 80 acres FOR SALE
State Tomato. Eggs
retirement. vacations small or large farms. Call or $68. or assume $8 per month
sick leave. If interested, please close in. Rustic 'home) Mod- write giving the price and terms.A. Pepper plants. Starling Farm I payments. Phone COLLECT

apply in person Personnel em kitchen -pecans and fruit. J. Thomas' Realtor. Starke Supply. Phone 9646062. t Jacksonville 353-1946 night orday.

Drive-In - We'll > Manager, Sunland Training $35.500.Strout Terms.Realty r'la., 32091 Tel. 9645701.INCOME 2tchg 4-10 I II Will! deliver no obliga-
Center lnesvllle, Fla. I tion. A-l Music Center 1606
Reg. Broker LAWN MOWER Ser- :
An equal opportunity employ- Repair Main St. 4t chg 5-1
Do The Serving. er. I 2117 N. Temple Ave. TAX vice for all type mowers. NAP :
New & Used I tfchg Starke. Fla. parts. O'Neals Shell Station. t
Sales Service Ph. 964-6609 433 E. Madison St. 4tp 4-24
FOR SALK Chicken ferti-
1 Mi. North of Tire MallGAINESVILLE ; Machines for sale elee- FOR RENT Unfurnished 3..
tries: subtraction, credit bal! lizer, lime and dolemite. Clean Also' HOME SALES
bedroom house in country.
ance. Bradford County TeJ- out and spreading service. We Bookkeeping Service
Curb Market traph. tf delivers Need Fertilizer truck I furnished apartment in Starke.

driver. W. A. Prevatt. 9646816. Call or write for appoint. I Iment. W. H. Nollman. tfchg 2 Bedroom Homes

SALE Concrete block: FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE 4tchff 4-10 P. O. Box 1661 FOR SALE 1966 Honda 8-90. | From $3,995

And GroceriesNow ; 3 bedroom 1 bath, cen ready for occupancy. :3 bedroom I Gainesville; 372-6010 I Excellent condition.! For 'infornatlon '

heat It alr-oondlttonlng. Cor 2 bath. Located Just Noon or Late Evening. I call 964-5723. 4tehg 4-24 Easy! Terms -
lot. Phone 964-5367. tfchg outside of city limits in .

offers this service in a full Plnebreeze. Easy monthly I CAMPER HOME PICK-UP IN FOR RENT Attractively furn- I 1505: N. W. 13th St.
terms. '
SALE LOTS Sampson Longchamp Const Co.
Ished 2 bedroom apartment on
of groceries, cold cuts (frozen SOft. frontage 52.000. call Contact Blfoid Mltci :U.!I SALES Bradford & AlachuaCounties. N. Walnut Street. Call 964-7831. Phone 3760820GAINESVILLE

Rowe, 1-305-322-C948. San- pone 964-8833 P O. Box FLA.
drinks ice tfchgWANTED
milk bread
cream 6tp 5-8 '3 Starke t.fh. 2920 Waldo Road ,"

pastries etc. I Gainesville 376-0691 ,
HELP WANTED on layer farm. I MOTEL ROOMS for
RENT 12 wide 2 bed- I Authorized Dealer ; by FOR SALE-IS' Fiberglas Sea-
Woman preferred. R. J. Gentil- eek. Very lowest
trailer Just outside city "Starcraft" "Dreamer" rates. Under- King boat w-tllt trailer & spare
Ca.1l964- IU. J. B. White. mane Morgan Church Road. S- I i "Wheel Camper" .wood' Motel. 964-6985. tfchgSTARKE301NURSEaY wheel. 90 Hp Evlnrude. Spare

tfchg 233. tfchg Travel Trailers Truck Gas Station AttendantFull prop. 2 tanks Bilge pump ban
OPENING SPECIAL time. All fringe ben. w' top & stern canvas.
10 wheel truck dri CERAMIC GREENW ARE- Fridays Campers Fold DownaSALES ]Living plants for lasting plea-
efits good hours good lighter, 2 rod holders. Will sell
Bradford( Engineering Co. only. Costello. 611 PInewood & SERVICE .sure. Roses Camellias. Citrus ,
call 782-9827 for all or part. Phone 9646512.2t .
FOREMOST 964-5403. tfchg Drive. Ph. 9645232. Itchy I Dn Trifoliate root. A2aleaj. 8 Pay chg 4-17

I FOR SALE Azalea Restaurant I !i for> $1.00. Personal Interview.
garage apart-
MILK 1 Gal. $1.28 WANTED 4 days a
ment on Klngstey Lake for I and 5 incomplete rooms. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.
Call 964-5651 days or 964- 648
West Call St..
301 South. File Folder., complete line of-
rent. Nice for couple or bach' Also 3 1-2 acres on
LARGE EGGS Doz. 49 after 7:30: p.m. Itchg elor. Phone 533-2391. tfch? 'No reasonable offer refused. 2 bedroom frame house and I lee supplie -The Telegraph

Add a room to I I Phone! 964-6985. tlcbi some furniture sale $2.500.00 price for aqu'.ck I Ph.. .e K4-4B05.

mobile home. Phone 473. GOING OUT of business. Duroc cash.
I model GE J. Thomas, Realtor, Tel. Eunice Nursery
and Yorkshire brood A.\
Itchg stock, \
ENTRANCE TO DRIVE-IN ON male & iemale. Reasonably Automatic Deluxe Washer. Good .5701. Annuals. nice roses. Azaleas, 3
cond'tlon.'! Phone 964-5390 tfchg for $1.00 in containers. Blueberles. -
RENTPal'Uy furnished priced. Ph. 7823514. Up WANTED Relief Cook. Cool
WEST SIDEOPEN7A.M11 house 610 Colley i FAY'S FABRICS-HwY. 301. 1H I good selection of ornamental -
alary, good working condl-
$45 month. Call 964-5453. MISSINGBlack French Poodle -I miles north of Waldo. Now open 'OM. shrubs. 2 miles N. Lawtey on
Apply Longhorn
tfchg curly hair with white chest I Friday & Saturday til. 9. Open I :301 South. Rrstauant. tfohg- 301. turn at sign.: Phone 782-
P. M. wearing flea collar. Small re I Sundays 12 to 7. lip 3465. t.fcbor

WANTED Expe-- ward. Last ,seen April 1. Phone I FOR RENT3 bedroom fur-
house 3 bed. Four Bedroom. 3 Bath*. Central 50 ACRE farm for sale. 45 acres
Apply Longhorn 173-4680, it : FOR SALE-Brick ; ihed, horse on Market Roai
301 South. room. 2 bath. carpeted. nearlynew. rtst. Phone 964-7460. Up Heat and Air. Two Story Brick. Improved pasture 25 large Pecan -
7 DAYS A WEEK Rest.a.U-j FOR RENT-One 4 room furnished Being transferred. must II. across from 9th hole at Country trees. Good barn and farmhouse

KEEP children one bedroom apartment. I move. Sacrifice.: $750 down, assume TYPEWRITERS: Mined or Club. Fish Pond and olb.r Interesting 20000. Phone 964-5304.

day or night.! Utilities furnished. Phone 9&.1 payments $87 monthly. Electric. For tale or rent. feature $30.000. Call Clarence C. Blvens. Rt. 2 Box

St. 6852. tl I Phone 964-6885. It Bradford County Telegraph. 964-778 for appointment to aee. 114-D. Starke. Fla. ((32091)) ltpiTAliji

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