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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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sudden drop In the water and waterless property owner
rence several affected property These property owners converted ply trouble was reported at I
table in a wide belt east of Haas says. "There's got to bea owners have mentioned the coIncidence to deeper wells, got better the homes of Wm. T. Smith
Starke. causing more than 20 reason" for the sudden drop that sixInchdeep _
a new water. and have had no more Mrs. Edna Pressley. Henry Par- g '
pumps and water wells to go estimated at from 12 to 2
out of commission from Fridaythrough feet in the water table but at the Country Club last He quoted the contractor who !Mrs. Mildred GllMon., Mrs. I IPhone

!! Wednesday has resid- admits he's at a loss to explainit. Saturday for !irrigating greens. drilled the new well as saying Susie Sibley, Leslie GILsson and
ents of that area puzzled and "I've contacted the Gainesville Club
Ben Moxley Country the strata in the Country Club Donald Conner. Many of these
provoked. office and asked them to president, discounted this theory area was "the most peculiar"he'd have already installed new deep
Some have already converted send a geologist Jiere to study however, pointing out that ever eeen. well pumps or extended drop
their Jets to deep well operation. the situation." he said. the new well is 720 feet deep \Among those reporting trouble pipes In order to reach the low-
a few are still getting water Trawick said he'd' 'had around and penetrates the Ocala strata. during the five-day period ered water table.

from neighbors and others are eight phone calls about the He expressed belief that this were: Leo Champion, Julius Several were having trouble

sitting tight wondering when situation. and added that he well would draw from an entirely Marlow, Roy E. Bryant, R. P. along Jordon Road (from 16
the water shortage will strike requested the State Board shallow -
had different source than Bryant Lonnie Harley J. R. to 230) Including Virgil Jordon.
them too.Phones .Health to send In an engineer. wells In the area and could Wainwrlght Jimmie Leach. and who said the wated table dropped The Bryants father and son, work diligently Wednesday

of County Commissioners. "We'ie going to take water earn not cause the present .trouble. Bill Kelly who resides on the from about 15 feet to 31 feet afternoon trying to ream out some 80 feet of two-inch pipe in

Soil and Water Conserva- pies too," he said Just to be Moxley said that trouble with Lewis N. Smith property., ever the weekend) and L- B. order to lower a Jet In attempt to reach lowered water tableat

tionist Bill Haas and County sure that no water pollution is some wells In the area was experienced All of these are in the Highway Jordon residence. home of the former on SR 16.

Sanitarian Jack Trawiclc have Involved." several months ago, 16 (east) area. Those who have had trouble At right; : BUI Kelly, Starke school teacher, draws a pit.
been ringing during the past few In an effort to find some explanation Country Club
belore the new 230 and East
In the Highway Include Lester Hum-
previously cher of water while he can. By some quirk of nature, the well
days with calls from Irritated for the unusual occur- well was placed In operation. Wilson Road vicinity water sup
(Conttaued Pour) at his trailer home on Highway 16 pumps water in the daytime
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IncreaseA

City Council two them are owned by the city. H3
I 4 'F- 11P. members of which are em- also said he doubts the city can
M5& ployees of the Florida State now afford to finance a complete hearing will be held

Telephone Co.. voted 3-2 change out to poles that at 10 a.m. Tuesday April

against opposing the 40 per cent have proper clearance between 22. in the Civil Defense

phone rate Increase currently the phone and electric lines and building at the Fair-
being asked of the state Public proper safety standards.
4r the
4l FY'r4 grounds on application
; Utilities Commission. After the first vote. County of Florida State TelephoneCo.
Councilmen Neil Tucker and
: : Agent George Hugglns a mem-
vote to for an approximate 40
McRae go
Ji/mmy;\/
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!Pl"L J .-, '*w 'f ;- on record as opposing the 40pel' per cent increase in rates.;!
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. cent Increase. Councilman
I ? Florida State a subsidiary of
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Gerald Williams. Tom Noun
the Continental- System oper-
r and Chairman Orle Wiggins County ates exchanges In Starke Law-

voted against opposing the re toy and Kingsley Lake.A .
quest. Tuckermade the motion
This 8-acre berry field W. of Lawtey picked 1,703 flats Tuesday. It Is owned by L. M. Norman and son, Buddy. and McRae seconded.A posed motion Increase opposing was approved the pro-at

hearing is set here next MergerBill a called meeting of the Execu-
Tuesday, April 22, on the Increase '
tive Committee of the Starke-
BradfordStrawberry before the Public Utilities -
SmugglingAt Strawberry Time In Commission.By Bradford Commerce on County Thursday Chamber April of

the vote the Council
same the
termed
10. The motion pro-
also defeated a 'motion by Mc Set "
"excessive.
volume boomed In one picking;, Is the most Monday. Darkness caughtNorman Rae seconded by Tucker to posed increase
during the past week In what with the last load still in Chamber member are also
PrisonIs berries he has at
picked
could be the peak of the seasonas ever the field. ..' /J; :Jj:: charge the phone company $2 being polled on whether or not
once. J for light Baker
pei- year every city Bradford Union and
25,746 flats were sold at That Berries at auction have been they favor the Increase Continental
big picking followedby
the Starke State Farmer's Market the Norman's "little"was averaging about $3.20 for the pole It uses. would be consolidated Into one 1s asking. By Tuesday

acre field which yielded seven 1,495 past week, April 9-15. Prices "If they (the pl.one company county under terms of a bill afternoon. April 15, 42 replies
by Rep.
ProbedEnforcement On eight acre field picked have fallen slightly as the now being prepared had reached the Chamber office
uats Tuesday also y'
oppositionto
morning an ) don't get any for
-r- of Jacksonville
l flats John Crlder
1,703 Monday In what average: of 213 flats volume has risen. The season the Publicuuutl.es and every one opposed the 40
per acre. It It'U go through Introduction In the Florida
may be a record for the year.It average for 19,654 flats which :& Commission like a dose per cent increase according to
is located on SR-225 west The field shown above still has have been auctioned through House. C-of-C President Loyree LaNier.
officers are Salt ." (McRne stated,. Hank Drane,
to
of Epson ; cording
of and Is ,1'
pushing an Investigation of apparently Lawtey owned byL.M. green berries. Norman expectshis yesterday is $3.37 accordingto L( -l. flatly.Tucker's. Times-Union political editor, Members were asked to replyto
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scale contraband Norman and his son, L.M. pickings to begin slackening Market Manager Bob Allen. the poll before Friday. April
large (Buddy) Norman. motion was that Coo Crlder is chairman of a sub-
of the off within the next week, Volume for the season throughthe .
smuggling by employees The Normans have IS Council "go on record as opposing committee created to draft a 18.No
Florida State Prison. acresof but still expects to get a good market, Including the Brad- comments accompanied;
to. consolidation for the House
the phone rate Increase plan
Florida 90 berries and have ford Strawberry Co-op and Independent -. ]
"We plan to clean this mess many berries. I '' Public Utilities Commls- Local Government Committee.He any of the replies according to
picked an of 1,000 flats the
average buyers totals 74,886
up" said R. P. McLendon for the three I slon." He said the increaseasked reportedly has prepared a Mrs. LaNier.
prison inspector and Investigator per day past weeks. lie has been picking every flats through Tuesday April J draft that would Eighteen Chamber members
The same eight acre field picked 16. That is down from past .. will amount to more than preliminary
other but the weather
day warm at-
In referring to the pass- and fed- reduce the number of Florida also said they planned to
1,288 flats 40 cent after state
of in and out of the Tuesday, April has been ripening berries fast seasons but Allen says grow- per tend the hearing next Tuesday.
age money counties from 67 to 44 with the
8, over 1,100 flats then eral taxes are added."I .
prison. Prisoners are not all- Friday, and he may have to go to ers had less than a full crop this.! following scheduled for mergerIn Under the proposed new :schedule -
the 1.703 flats Monday., don't know Councilman
Those figures do not
owed to have accordingto every day pickings.It season.
for
money, North Florida the rate a one-party
Buddy Norman said that, an took about 75 hands about Include berries which are shipped Nolin. who proved to be the :
ID
the and use coupons would
Inspector 1. STRA St. Johns and Flager; Clay business phone in Starke
to buy Items from the average of 213 flats per acre 12 hours to clean the big field from the field. "Forty pcndalum per in cent the Is voting.a big step.said.: and Putnam; Baker Union, and Increase from the present $9

commissary. 15 Bradford; Gllchrlst, Levy and per month to $12.75 ($3.73 increase -
to 10
wouldn't object or
Extent of the probe was learned I Dixie Hamilton Suwannee ). A one-party residence
as Union County Sheriff John Withholds f& : ; per cent. I don't think they (the Columbia; and Lafayette; Jefferson phone would advance from
City Approval ; phone company) have any hope
sTw:1Of :
Whitehead prison employee arrested Monday a second after of getting 40 per cent.that I thinkthey're and Leon ,and Madison Waukulla, and; Jacksonand Taylor; $5.80.increase at)present. A two-party, to $8.50 ($2.70 residence -

McLendon signed an affidavit Just asking Calhoun; Liberty and Gulf phone would Increase
charging him with removing James Miller and two flat of hoping! for 10 or 15 per cent". and Franklin; Holmes Wash- from the present $-I.BO per

property from the prison. The Fair Paving Project t big Florda their way to "I never would have made ington, and Walton. month to $7.50 ($2.70 Increase).
employee was Identified as the packing : 'e.n the motion if they were askingfor Crider said he hopes to complete At Kingsley Lake and Law-
Marvin Barlow, a custodial officer the bill In the future
near ,
cent, Tucker
10 or 15 per tey, a one-party business phone
who commutes to work Immediate approval of a joint Councilmen Tom Nolin and replied adding he Is aware of and added that It would not contain would go from $8.50 to $12.25.

(Continued on Page Four) city, county, fair association Gerald Williams both said they rising prices and the fact that a referendum provision to and a one-party residence from
paving project for the Brad- do not oppose the project, but the value of the dollar decreased permit voters In the affected $5.50 to $8. The rate on two-
ford County Fairgrounds was want time to consider sourcesof by almost five per cent In counties to have a say in the party residence phones at Law-

refused by the Starke City revenue. the past year. matter.In tey and Kingsley Lake would be
Council Tuesday night April Councilman Neil Tucker commenting on the proposal -
Southern 15. made McRae said he opposed the upped from $4.50 to $7. The
The project would cost a total the motion to participate and noting the Drane said: "It usually -
Increase requested same rates would apply to out.
of $7,000 according to a Fair Councilman Jimmy McRae comes as a shock to
Memorial DayObservance see- phone company pays local pow- side the base rate installationsat
Association delegation presentto onded it. But Nolin and Will- citizens to discover that the
of
companies for the use Lawtey and Kingsley for one
er
is invested with
Legislature
make
the request. The city iams were joined by Chairman
was asked for $2,500 and the One Wiggins in voting down the their poles but not the City of authority to abolish or consol- and two party service.
group indicated it will requestthe motion. Starke. McRae said a rough idate counties without a refer- Under the proposal. mileage

same amount of the Brad- NoUn told FA President Frank count shows 1,400 poles ownedby endum County lines aren't charges have been discontinuedon
Crosby LakeCemetery ford County Commission. Williams, who acted as spokesman the city to 50 for the phone really as sacrosanct as they services outside the base

for the group he could -1 company.He may seem." rate at Starke and Lawtey ex
4:00: P.M. analyze the funds availably would have no objectionto Drane predicts that rider's changes.
Vo-Tecli Center and make a decision a pole agreement Council bill may not "see the light of Starke and Lawtey exchangesoffer
by the next council meeting May man Williams stated on dt"' day" at this session, but other five-party service outside
Sunday Apr. 27 Dedication Set 6. Williams said his group poles with proper clearanceand bills to consolidate school districts their base rates but Kingsley

will appear again then. safety standards. Florida within email counties will Lake has only one and two-
The PublicIs For April 20 Paving proposed for the fairgrounds State Telephone Co., a subsidiary be given serious consideration. party service
Cordially Invited is an apron In frontof County Ranger J. C. Prevail, extreme right, presents keysto of the Continental System,

The Bradford Union Area the front gate with roads a new fire truck to Lawtey Mayor Charles R. Shufotd.' Fire does have pole agreements with t\\-::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::: ::::: ;::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::
VocationalTechnical Center in running each way around to the Chief M. M Jordan and two voanteer firemen look on. Florida Power and Light and :
Starke will hold its dedicationand EOC building and to the livestock Clay Electric he said but the |i 1 Bradford FFA Teams Win | I

open house on Sunday buildings. Ribbons of Lawtey Gets Fire TruckIn power companies. maintain pro- ....
This Space Contributed April 2, at 2:30: p.m. The dedi- asphalt are also planned for the per safety and clearance stand 3 Firsts In SubDistrictBradford
Weekly to Publicize catory address will be given by midway if $1,300 in matching ards.
Community Events by Jesse Burt. consultant In community funds can be obtained from the County-Wide ProgramKeys

relations. State Depart Federal Government, Williams That is not so in 90 per centof Senior FTTA. Chapter Public Speaking won by Mike
said. to a new fire truck for took three first places at the Tew Jr., and Harmonica Flaring
The CommunityState ment of Education.T. den its surplus property pro- the cases of poles In the citY',
L. Casey Bradford County A proposal from Jack Bag- the City of Lawtey were presented gram. It is to be used in the Williams said although the Sub-District Contest held< In Wayne Bennett.
Bank gett Paving Co, of Gainesville to Mayor Charles R. Hllllard last Friday. Ralph Morgan' also won second
school superintendent. and:! Ranger J. county wide fire protection plan phone company and the city
James Canon Union Couty superintendent for 3,751 square yards of paving, Shuford by County the Florida being developed by the County Utility Department have been The first In Parliamentary place In Tractor Driving
Prevatt Jr
C. ;ot
Accounts now insuredup will perform the four Inches of lImerock and one ( Commission. gradually changing to larger Procedure was won :by a team The Bradford Junior Chapter
Forest Service Tuesday: morn-
to $15,000 by ribbon-cutting mony. Inch of asphalt, was $1.85 per Area to be served by the Law- poles in reciprocal dealings composed of Jimmy Alvarez placed third in all events.

Federal Deposit Insurance The public is Invited to at- so. yd. An alternate price of ing.The truck a 1957 2 12ton tey truck is bounded by Morgan over the past few years. Ralph Morgan Cecil Gasklna, All winning Sub-District teams

Corp. tend the dedication: and open 95 cents per llmerock square yard base was GMC with a 900 gallon water Road on the south, Highlandto Williams also said he thinksthe Joe Wilson Richard Sapp. and will come to Starke on April
If the was
Jio.use. followed by a tour of the given(ConUoned on Pap Tour) tank is being presented to the the north, SR-16 to the west, phone company owns more Wayne Bennett. 25 when! the local FFA Chapter
facilities city by the Forest Service un- (Continued on Page Pour) than 50 poles although most of The other two firsts were: 'will host the District Contests

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4 Of Interest To. Woman's Club Little Women Joyce WainwrightHas GIRL Turn Scoots In Work AskedTo Klto.
Elects OfficersFor
Show Fashions Birthday PartyJoyce All solicitors for the Gateway t
New YearRev.
Monday NightCindy Girl Scout Council are asked
Wainwright celebratedher to turn in work kits and money
WOMENGladys Clarence D. Weaver. sixth birthday anniversary to Committee Chairman Frank ,
pastor of the Presbyterian Strickland was nomIn- Saturday afternoon( when her Williams J. E. p
ated or Tomllnson at ;
as president of the LittleWomen's
Church in Gainesville was mother, Mrs. Edward Wainwright the Florida Bank
at Starke.
... speaker at the Starke Woman's Club for the coming gave a party for her
Mooty
Phone IF
: 964-7608 Club meeting Wednesday after,. year at the meeting Monday and 15 friends.Arrangements. and was centered with a birth-
noon of last week. A former international night. day cake. 4
Nancy Lee Darby Becomes Bride student, !tie spokeon Serving with Miss Strickland of roses and Games with prizes were en- .1:
I DKG Holds the need to become better will ibe Robyn Warren, Vice-pre. lilies were used to decorate the Joyed during the afternoon. The ;
Of Emmett Akridge In First acquainted with foreign students sident; Ellen Bloodworth recording party rooms. The refreshmenttable girls received bracelet favors
Baptist: InitiationMacclenny with
in our country.: secretary; Sandra was covered a party and boys received whistles.
The nominating committee- Haas, corresponding secretary; cloth with matching napkin, '\
Miss Nancy Lee Darby In and Doris ,:
Spengler, treasurer
composed of Mrs. Guy Sale.
Jaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Char- A ,
lea A. Darby, and Emmett Alpha Nu chapter of Delta Mrs E. L. Matthews and Mrs presented' spring fashion show was f. -
Broward Akridge. son of Mr. Kappa Gamma. Society held its T. C. Hazen Jr. presented the with clothes during the program y
slate of officers for the coming from Eagle's and [y 11 "
and Mrs. Broward Akridge annual initiation ceremony Fri Leila's. Models BILL POWELL
were Ginger (
were united In marriage Friday day night, April 11, in the re- year: president, Miss DeliaRosenberg i'V Baldwin Ellen Bloodworth, and
venlng. April 4, at 7:30: o'clockin creation room of the Methodist ; first vtce-prestdent. /' Anne Terwillegar.
the First Baptist Church. Church in Macclenny. Members Mrs. Warren Winkler: second
Rev. W. A. Hogan performedthe I from Baker, Bradford and Un vice-president, Mrs. 0.W White the Refreshments sunroom by hostesses were served: Anne in of \4i:. JANationwide
Jr.; treasurer Mrs. M. A. Bald-
double ring ceremony in ion counties attended.
Terwillegar
the presence of relatives. (Mrs. Maxine Gibson of Starke win Jr.: recording secretary WarrenGuthrieWedding and Nancy ,Gay.Robyn Warren Insurance x
Decorating the altar were and Mrs. Maureen Paul of Mel- Mrs. Fate Brown: and corresponding Date Set'
branched candelabra against a rose were !initiated into the secretary, Mrs. Hazel Tells:
background of palms and green Society in a candlelight ceremony Ritch. .,Mr;and Mrs. Joseph D. War. Beta Sigma Phi
H.r.7 directed! by Mrs. Helen Hostesses for the afternoonwere yen announced the engagement
ery.Mrs.. David Canova organist, Johns assisted by (Mrs. Edna Mrs. Lester Crews, chair- of their daughter Betty; Jo, to Has Pledge Ritual OF 4
and Mrs. Joan Chitty, soloist Hart, Mrs. Lonita McGill Mrs. man: Mrs. G. J. McOriff Sr.. :Preston Guthrie.Jr. at a family "HOW TO INSURE A FAMILY
provided nuptial music. };,, ,-. Lucile Payne and Mrs. Shirley Mrs. R. A. Green Sr.. Mrs. W. dinner party; on April 6. The Members of Gamma Theta FOR $18.56 A MONTH
Wayne McLeod served as best Jasonlk, with Mrs. Mona Can- W. Hood Mrs James Lewis wedding will be an event of Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held
man, and ushers were Edward ova furnishing the musical (Mrs John Haney, Mrs. R. P. July 3 at 7 o'clock at the home their Pledge Ritual and dinner WITH NEW NATIONWIDE LIFE PLAN"
and Edgar Akridge, brothers of background. McLendon, (Mrs. Jimmy Cros- of the bride's parents. Monday night in the Pecan .
the groom. Following the ceremony, a by, Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mrs. Mr. Guthrle Is the son of Mr. Room of the Garden Restaur LET'S SAY you're 28 and In good health. Your wife Is
The bride, given in marriageby reception was held, honoringthe Guy Sale Mrs. P. T. Nolan and and Mrs. Lewis Preston ant. 26, the children Sand 1. You can Insure! your life for
her father wore a floor new members. red and Mrs. J. W. Patray. Guthrie Sr. of Johnson City, An arrangement of yellow $10.000 Whole Life, your wife'. for an Initial amount of
length gown of bridal satin with yellow color scheme was used Pla. and is a 1968 graduate of roses flanked by black burning $4,000 and each of the children for $1,000 (new ''hahles are
long: sleeves that tapered ft i in decorating Candy StripersMet Melrose High School. He is tapers centered the Ritual covered automatically after 13 days at no extra cost) with .
the wrist, wiCi: a bib of seed The president, Mrs. Hart, employed by the Shehee Plumb- Table. Nationwide' new Family Plan. Total monthly premium: .
pearls and Irldescents. Her clr- overlaid) with organza over conducted the business meeting, April, 9tK big Co. of Gainesville. The candlelight pledge ritual $18.56. .
circular train of bridal satin satin cloths and centered with Mrs. Joyce Weldon presentedthe was read by Mrs. Arthur Pa-
was caught with gathers above crystal punch bowls. Miss Ruby devotional and Mrs. Muriel Candy Stripers held their regular tray. assisted by Mrs. Freddie That's only $1.72: a month more than you'd pay for a
the waistline. A cluster of organza Fugate and Mrs. Carl Cham- Norman the orientation pro- monthly meeting on April Nursing Council Stentiens.' $10,000 policy on yourself alone.
petals decorated with blis, aunts of the bride, pre- gram. Plans were made to make 9 with the president, Claudette The new members Mrs. Jim-
pearls secured her bouffant sided at the punch bowls. souvenir Jars of Jam to be given Peterson, presiding.A Luncheon MeetingMembers my Dyal was presented with How come? It costs! Nationwide less to handle one policy
silk illusion veil. Her only ornament Miss Elaine Akridge kept thebride's away at the organization's! report was given on the her pledge pin and a yellow than a bunch of them. We pass the Havings on to you.
book and Elise Johns successful car wash held onMarch of the Public Health race.
was a silver necklace Southeast Regional meeting. Call now about the Family Plan.
with small and Marca! Kay Crews, nieces 28, with the following Nursing Advisory Council met
a diamond a gift of Members attending from
handed members participating at the Garden Restaurant Mon
out Pat
the groom. She carried a bout rice bags. Bradford County, besides the initiates : BILL POWELL
quet of cymbidium orchids Ivy The bride Is a 1697 graduateof were: Mrs. Mona Can- Underhill, Ellen Bloodworth, day for their monthly luncheon:
Bradford Barbara McMurtrie, Jan Mob- meeting: Rev. Robert D. Burch
and High School and is NATIONWIDE
feathered carnations.Mrs. ova :Mrs. Adele Mitchell, Mrs. Phone 964.6464
M. L. Packham Jr., sIster employed as office clerk at Lucile Payne, Mrs Sue Wink- ley, Vicki Putnam, Barbara opened the meeting with prayer. 404 W. Madison St. INSUHAMCC .
Bradford Ten EIck, and Claudette Peter- .
of the groom, attended as County Hospital. ler, Mrs. Muriel Norman, Mrs. Fla.
matron of honor, and bridesmaids The groom is also a graduateof Evelyn Haney, Mrs. MarilynRoberts son.The !Mrs. Pete Novak's resignationwas Bradford County Hospital announces Starke
were Mrs. S. R. Johns III Bradford High School, classof Mrs. Willie Mae Denton members and their spon- accepted with regrets and the following births: The Man} from Nationwide is on Your Side
and Mrs. Robert W. Nobles 19B6, served two years in Miss Delia Rosenberg Mrs. sor, !Mrs. L. K. Whitehead, ex-: she was presented a certificate: Mr. and Mrs. Donald R.
sisters of the bride. They were the Marines! one year In Viet- Helen Johns, and Mrs. Hart. press thanks to all those Who' of appreciation and a gift .Thompson, Starke, a son, Don Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
dressed alike in yellow. serano, nam, and is presently!: attending helped make this a success, especially aid Jr.. April 8. Nationwide Life Insurance Co.
short gowns edged in yellow Santa Fe Junior College. Mayor Carl Hurst and Mrs. Pete; Felos was appointed Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.
lace with bell shaped sleeves.Th Following a short weddin UDC Memorial :his service station attendants treasurer. Starke a son April 14. Home Office: Columbus Ohio
trip, the Mr. and Mrs.
: Ir tulle veils were attached newlyweds returned for allowing the girls the use James Drawdy
to flat yellow lace bows. They to Starke where they are residi Day ObservanceSet of their station. They also Brooker a son, April 15, '.
carried clusters of natural jog at 603 E. Washington St. thank those who :helped them
green foliape.: For April 27 (have a successful bake sale at .. .

A reception for relatives was: the recent county fair,
Mixon-Barrett W. T, Weeks chapter of the
hC'1In\ \ the church 'reception, The Candy Stripers will meet
ball which was highlighted Engagement ToldMiss United Daughters of the Confederacy again on May 13 to dicuss fu- TOTAL
will hold Southern
with arrangements: of yellowchrysanthemums ture activities.
Memorial Day exercises Sunday
and greenery Dorothy Jean Mixon, afternoon April 27, at 4 p.m. at
Mrs.' E. F. Shaw greeted guestsat daughter of John II. Mixon and the Confederate !Marker la
the door. the late Jean Mixon, and Lee Crosby Lake Cemetery.The Hospital Auxiliary LjJe/ajje
The bride's table was covered Jay Barrett, son of Elmer Smith program will be under To Meet Monday TURNOUT.
with organza over satin, of Albany, Oregon, and Mar- the direction of Mrs. F. J. Pel- ..
cloths and centered witha Nylin of Sacramento
garet lum. A wreath will be placedat The Bradford County Hospital
three-tiered wedding cake. Calif were united In marriageon
the marker in of all Auxiliary will hold final
Silver memory its
compotes :held nuts and April 1 in Gainesville.
mints. Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. and Confederate veterans.A meeting of the year and Installation
Mrs. A. I. Spencer aunts of The couple Is residing at canopy and seats will l>e of officers on Monday
the bride cut the wedding cake. 3532 Haines road, St Peters- provided. All interested persons April 21, at 7:30: p.m. in the
burs. are invited to attend. Methodist! Fellowship Halt !'
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Miss Pat Wynn. whose mar. ==- BV THE/ WAY, ;st NA W: A CUSTOME.R/ I
riage to Jimmie Mosley will bean --::--; ') STRANGER- SOUGHT THIS WITH SAVINGS
W. W. Hood Jr. and David LaMontagne of Bay -- MOW ABOUT ON CAR "RE/PAIRS-SO
Miss Beth Mixon visited her event of May 24, was complimented I WAS
aons.. Will and Steve, of KaTa- Shore, Island, SPIN
brother-in-law and sister Mr. Long spent the with a lingerie shower -- IM rfV\V GENEROUS AND
mazoo Mich \spent the past and Me*. Lee J. Barrett, In past 12 days as guest of Mr. Tuesday night given by Mrs. /, NEW V/XCHTP 'IK HaIC? .5 NAM>_D THE BOAT9OWINf7
two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. St. Pe'.rsburg over the week- and Mrs. Randall Chlsm. While Ervin Andrews Mrs. John Harold THEM/
Hood Sr. here he visited the highlights of I
Andrews, Mrs. Townsend THAT THE
end.Miss
Mrs. Mark Moody was an Candy Woodburn of Win Florida. Strickland and Mrs. George MECHANICREPAIRS ell
overnight visitor of her sister ter Park spent the weekend Local admittances to Brad Pierce at the home of the lat- WNO
Mrs. Pearl Colson, In Green with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ford County Hospital this week ter In Green Acres.In MY CAR! \
Cove Spring last week. N. L. Woodburn Include: John Paul GaskLos. the party room the mantel THE PRICES
Mr. and Mrs. William Hurl.evand : Mrs. J. E. Denmark under- Mrs. Susan Dobbs, Raiford: held crystal vases with white ME CHARGES, CHEVROLET_. -OlDS ,:f
children of Baltimore, Md. went surgery Tuesday in Riverside Evelyn Crews, Lawtey; Mrs. Queen Anne's lace and honey NO y.-- <
spent last week with Hospital. Her Mildred Wilson WONDE(2 j v ..
Mr. and mother and Lucian suckle, and the hearth was .
Mrs. Walter Richardson. Mrs. Newell Alderman,of Wild Gouin, Melrose; Mrs. Essie banked with green fern. The' wo..., ,rx ,-: ..-- -- _-A"__ _
Little Kevin Crawford of wood, is staying with the Den- (Manning, Glen St. Mary; Mrs. gift table was covered with a =
Jacksonville was a weekend mark children during her con- Sarah Mansfield. Mrs. Myrtle -
yellow cloth and centered witha
'visitor of his grandmother Mrs. valescence. Goodwin and Mack L. SibleySr.
yellow and white daisy arrangement
W. H. Hart and aunts, Mrs PrlRcllla Pickering, Kay ., Keystone Heights; ThomasJ. A white. outwork H
John Christiansen: and Mrs Odom, and Lee Ann Webb of Perdy, Hampton; and Mrs: cloth covered the refreshment Nova'sgood I
Mark Moody. Gainesville, Gayle Hatcher of Lois Johns. Mrs. Janle Courtney .
with
table and was centered a
Mr. and Starke spent the week'end'with{ ,
Jim
Mrs. Brooker of Mrs. Annie Hutchlngs.
bride doll which stood under
a
Mr. and Mrs. L. N,
Live Oak Pickering.
spent the weekend Mrs. Frances Heffron. and
white trellis Covered with lilies-
with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mack and son, Donald
E.
Mrs. Billy Hodgeat Neel Starke.
Tom, of Lake City were.Sun of-the valley. The crystal punch fortheeconomy.
Lake.the Wynn cottage on Sliver day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hanna of bowl was entwined with white
Eldon Iowa were Saturday vis-
J.G.Caldwell. honeysuckle. Crystal trays held.
itors of Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews -
Mrs. Thelma Mendoza of Pvt. Ronnie Tomlinson ice cream and dainty cakes.
is
and Mr. and Mrs. L. N,
Jacksonville was visiting Mrs. home on 14 days leave after Games were played and prizes Yours.
Carrie Ritch and Miss Annie completing eight weeks train- Pickering awarded to Mrs. J. E. Hardy
Darby on Sunday. ing at Fort Bennlng. He will and Mrs. Kenneth Grider.
T/Sgt.,
and Mrs. Robert
L.
Mrs. Jimmy Turner, Mrs. report to Fort Gordon, Ga.Mrs. The hostesses presented the
Cooper and family of Savan-
Lula May Allen and Miss Lot. D. T. Farabee and Mrs. honoree with a rose and stef-
nah, Ga. spent the weekend
tie Green of Gainesville, and Jack Eaves are guests of Mr. antis corsage and a personalgift
with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. -
Mrs. as a memento of the occas- Nova 4 Sate Nova 4&mt
Ruby Howell of Bushnell and Mrs. Glenn Garrett In They all visited Mr. and
were Monday visitors of Mrs. Tampa Tuesday to Thursday Mrs. James A. Cooper Chief- ion.Among
Poster Shi Smith and Mrs. Wal while attending the annual WSCS land on Saturday. the 25 guests were 7
la Lipsey. meeting in St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran- Mrs. Bouge Wynn, mother of i
Danny Neill of Kansas City, Mrs. Larry Mardis of Nash- ham visited Mr. and Mrs. S. E. the honoree; Mrs. C. B. Mosley, l
Mo., was a Monday visitor of ville, Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. Branham In Palatka on Sunday. mother of the groom: and Miss
his brother-in-law and sister, Roy J, Andrews and family of Mr. and Mrs. K. B, Watterson Martha Mosley sister of the Chevy Nova 4 Cylinder
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Andrews.Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of Hampton and Mrs.Vickie groom, the two latter from Mid [
of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0, Osteen of Gainesville; were Sun dleburg. f -
and Mrs. Paul Shields of Dansby.Mrs day visitors of Mr, and Mrs.C 5 PASSENGER
Jacksonville, and !Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Loper was In L. Cooper.
Edwin Prevatt of Orlando
were Pensacola last Wednesday to Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Adams
weekend guests of their mother Sunday where she attended the were visiting Mr. and Mrs.Jim LOCtf* BRIEFS 2 DOOR COUPE -+
Mrs. Ed Prevatt. funeral of Capt. Hardee Call- Brown Godwin in Avon Park
Steve D. Mattingly son of oway who was killed in Viet- over the weekend.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mattingley With All MME- r
of Route 2, Starke, was on nam.Mrs.. Bobby Crawford and son and Mrs. Garl Mathewsand Mr and Mrs. M. A, Baldwin StandardFactory ; :
the Academic Honor Roll at of Lake City were visiting her Mr. and Mrs. L. N. PickerIng Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dudley
Florida Military School, De- mother, Mrs. Betty Crawford, were guests. at a birthday Cunningham of Gainesville attended '
land, at the conclusion of the over the weekend. dinner Monday night at the the Holiday on Ice showat
last six: weeks' grading period. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce the Coliseum Saturday night. Equipment
Cadets' must maintain an overall Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mathews in Gainesville, on George W. Brown and son,
academic average of 90 to attended the tour of Colonial Mrs. Garl Mathews birthday Rex, and Ralph Brown of Red-
be eligible. homes in Monticello on Sat- key, Ind., visited Cape Ken-
urday. nedy on Saturday. FULL PRICE
.. e e e e e -.----------- -- - -, Mr and Mrs. L, N, Wood-
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burn of Elmhurst, Ill.. Mrs.
t
tt Thelma DeVine of Nalcrest,
tI t and) Jim Double of Lake Wales wa
were lastWednesday and Thursday .
I I guests of Mr. and Mrs $199500Plus

I You could string dollar bills I N Mr., L.and Woodburn Mrs. Ewell Lawson

to the moon and back with and grandchildren were' in Savannah
Ga. Sunday visiting; Freight
I
I the interest paid out last year by II Mrs. Lawson's brother-in-law
t I I and sister. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. A BALDWIN SPECIAL!
Savings and Loan Associations. Walker, who were seriously Injured .
I I in an automobile accident. Chew Nova
: Mr. and Mrs. Emory Hudsonof
t Miami are visiting Mr. and
.1 Start a sayings account with us I Mrs.days.M. B. Jordan for several


:t and get your share: I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid entered The six
6-passenger
II Riverside Hospital Tuesday for
ItI observation and treatment.
ItI I I Mr and Mrs. F. V. Herlongof !

Jacksonville were visiting that doesn't cost much more
I II !IMr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong on
I Sunday.
I

t I II all about than a 4-passenger four.Never .

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I J fb, underestimate Yankee inge Its style won't cramp yours

I nuity.With\ The -1-door sedan you !see here seats
this new Chevy Nova you get
I BY six the coupe, five .
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parking and payments. Plus a
easy easy
I NANCY'S FLOWERS variety: of homegrown advantages no You also get a family-size!: trunk, with

I II THE IBIS plenty of luggage space for outoftowntiips.
I The name iris comes from the import can match.Horsepower .
Greek word for rainbow. The I
I
that makes horse
I II colors of the iris range from sense All the comforts of home

I white to yellow Nova was engineered for American
f'x':> mauve and And Nova is!\ ;available with I a longlUt( :
I roads. The standard:; turns out 1-40 h1>.
I II purple, glorious And whatever} engine you pick-from I t the) of custom fo"ttll'l'fr01n!\ I pushbuttonheadlight
I l ;Dronzes. and washers< : ;; to air conditioningthat --
90-hp four right t to the 25hp'S-
"m 1 up
I reds suggesting are yours for() the ordering,
run on regular !\.
colors of the you gas.Nova
the So why} give up a lot of car to get a lot
I II /
also offers something else
: I [rainbow :; :; you '
II ,. '7;' The blue flag won't find on any other economy car, of ceo.nomy.?
II I \ With} our deal on a Nova, you! get
II la & common built here or abroad: no-clutch Torque-

I wild species that Drive (on fours and :sixes; :; both. Chevy Nova

I I II you see growing in swamps ibr under $70
-
throughout the United States. E.it"At.1sil
I I I.I Irises bloom in spring and

summer from March through \
I July-and the plant give the ni1/ \

I best flowers :if f you replant them
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every four years.It = r
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Is so easy to have beautiful \ '"' 4r0" _
; I flowers in your home, or sent toa \ _' ""

: special friend all. that is ><<. \
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necessary is to telephone us --; ,
:: I we will send them on their way. o/t', jhs ', }6:

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:; I E. .. .. :-'R"t ..... II Saturday Mleaculoui: 7 Medal p.m. Novena: New Service Department Hours -- Effective May 1st.

.. < .. Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00: A.M. to 5:30 P.M.:
:: I _-. :ifI.J ;;. _''' _. ST. WILLIAM'S, Keystone Tuesday and Thursday: 8:00: A.M. to 7:30 P.M.
: I Heights Saturday Closed
: Sunday Mass, 9 a.m.
FIRST FEDERAL PAYS MORE I WetneldayJau: 8t Novena.

:; I 7 p.m. N .

ST. MARY'S Macclenny- :
1 I 5.25 CERTIFICATE SAVINGS % I Sunday Mass, 11:30 a.m.
5.25
:: I $5,000 MINIMUM: i

::; t' Per Annum 6 MONTH MATURITIES Per Annum I THE BRADFORD 4/ / 4


; 1 : WHERE You Save Does Make A Difference I COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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City Refuse Council Won't Tom Casey. _- Approved a civil defense
Wells The special civil! affairs company disaster resolution, presented
Fair Paving Oppose Phone of the Special Forces Is several month ago, designating TypewritersFor i
training to assist!: residents In CD Director Frank Williams -
depressed areas in this countryor and the county CD agencyto
(Continued from rage ODe) Rate Increase elsewhere In a new "war to be in charge of all emer- Sale or Rent
prevent war," according to gency operations as pertainsto At The Telegraph
put down locally and Baggett [Continued Prom Page On l Capt. Hughs. city equipment and employees -
Plague Residents added the asphalt topping. .
The proposed paving program ber of a Fair Association' com- r
for fairgrounds will be simi- mittee approaching the council r-------- ---------------l
lar to the joint sidewalk pro- about a Joint fair grounds pav-
(Continued from Fate One) SR 16 from Bryant said his well ject recently completed by the ing project, asked Councilman GARDENING I
phrles, Dr. Harry Gruen p. quit pumping water last Satur- Jimmie Leach reported losing city, sChoolboard and County One Wiggins why he didn't poll "I ,JA. TIME I II
j.
water in both wells at his farm commission, Williams L '
Novak, and Charles Sawyer day and he had to extend his, said. those attending the meeting. -*>
Roy Bryant said his 96-foot pipe another 20 feet. He said the home near Harley. Councilman Jimmy'McRae '1 know what It (the answer) I rfA1'lMl" I IIll"
deep well "went out" last Friday water level used to be within Bill Thompson was the only pointed out the city also has would be." Wiggins replied )
and his Jet pump almost 15 feet of the surface, and is home owner In the Immediatearea streets that need paving orre- Councilman McRae then I i'O DOIr4
burned up from running contln- now down to 30. reporting no pump trouble topping, adding the council may made his motion for the elty.'a'
(; 0
ously without pumping waterno Julius Marlow reported: losing through\ Tuesday. be subjected to criticism if Utilities Committee to make a
there have been it puts the fair ., c
Although project .
aheadof .
owned
of all phone poles :
( one was at home ) one of his main wells (87 feet) survey
of wells "go. that.
scattered instances ,
He said he spent about $50 to but was still getting water from by the phone company and.the
convert to a deep well and was one that is 90 feet deep. ing dry" In various sections of The FA delegation included city then charge $2 per year I
now supplying water also for Leo Champion was still without !the county from time to time, Cliff Hazen, treasurer of the per pole for the use of city own-
aJl observers agree that this FA Mac Baldwin, Miss Delia seconded, he Petunias I
the trailer home of his father, 'water In his home Tuesday ; ed poles. Tucker
R F. Bryant, who had been unable night, and was planning to week's occurrence is on the Rosenberg, County Agent said, for purposes of discussion. i
largest scale ever experiencedhere. George Huggins, Asst. County said
Tucker
yet to make the change pumps on his 70-foot "I'm concerned
conversion. I
--Lonnle Harley, directly across well.WUrctLrn" Haas Agent, Bobby Taylor and Bill "We've without any been major rocking discrepancies along I Annuals Dozen- 59 c

(with the phone company).

Lawtey Gets wanted. of Francis E. Hobbs. ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION I don't particularly object to I Vegetable Plants I Ie
Next meeting of the Lawtey Emergency calls can be madeto the phone company using the
firemen is Monday April 21, Chief Jordan 7823220
or poles
Fire Truck at 8 p.m. in city hall. Any Hobbs' residence, 782-3315. If alco- "But when I heard at the Ro- e I

one interested in becoming a no answer, call the Sheriffs tary Club meeting! the amountof 1 Gal. Can
(Continued from Page One) Rose Bushes1.75 1 I II
member is Invited to attend. Office, 964-6280 in the
day I I the Increase I felt like giv HIBISCUSALLAMANDA
and on the east by the county and 964-6161 at night. topicsBy ing it back to the citizens In I 00 I II
Plans
are to start trainingin The Bradford County Volun-
of
In the form of a $2 deduction
line.Lawtey Fire Department off- fire fighting in the near teer Fire Department expectsto PAUL C. FORAKER their utility bill.". I 2 Gal. Can 1 Gal. Can $1 1 I
future... at the Florida Fire
icers are :M. M, Jordan, chief receive its truck from the Then came the second vote
; College in Ocala and in brush- Editor, Information Services Azaleas--2.00 1.00 I II
Forest Service
Marvin Rosier, asst. chief; any day,accord- with Tucker and McRae votingfor : ARBORVITAE II
fighting by the Forest Service.
Charlie Knight, sec-treas.; 11 I!. ing to Chief Harry Green. A the McRae proposal, Nolin I
E. Priest and Robert Scott, The city purchased a new place to house it is being soughtnow. Alcoholics Anonymous recently and Williams against It. Again
directors ThCi-e are about 23 pump and hose for the truck. The group now has 17 took a survey of its membershipand voted with

volunteer now firemen and in more the are department siren Plans soon.are to The get truck red light will and be volunteers.Hampton already has receiveda twice found as that many there alcoholics are almost between Nolin Chairman Nolin and came Williams.Wiggins! back to the topica I Boxwood-1 I Gal. Can $1 -2 Gal. Can $2

housed in a building at the home second fire truck from the the ages of 30 and 49 than
few minutes later after the
Forest Service with which to in any other age group. I I
council had moved to another
participate in the county pro- To be more specific, the poll
gram and the volunteers there showed about 57% of AA memo topic, and said: SPECIAL IN HANGING BASKETS
are very active, Green says. bers are between 30 and 49. The -He couldn't vote for Mc- I II

] Hampton Is joining the Brad- report was given by Dr. John Rae's pole agreement proposal. BEGONIAS
( L3 ford County group in fund rais- L. Norris, chairman of the boardof until he finds out how many I Geraniums - 79c I II
ing projects. trustees of AA when he spokein poles the city owns and how
Washington, D. C.. last Sep many the phone company owa.
tember during the 28th International The cost of replacement of I 8 Inches ---$2.50 I II II

r" ,'1 1h Congress on Alcohol and sub-standard poles is deter. LIQUID FERTILIZER

SmugglingIs Alcoholism.There are now more than mined.That If lie knew the phone I BUY 1 GAL. FOR $4.98 10 Inches. $2.75 1 1I 1I
$111150 Probed 12,000 AA chapters in the Unted company would get a 40 per I I
States, but "Bill W.," the cent rate increase he'd ""be will-
founder of the organization, says Ing to do most anything with I Get 1 Gal. For A Penny Inches I II
( mw Vw ID-KEY (Continued from Page One) that since the beginning of AA poles-" 12 $3.00
30 years ago the organizationhas In other action at the :meeting .
ust i from Jacksonville barely scratched the surfaceof the Council:
.. Julius Hall, of Lake Butler, the problem of alcoholism. -Gave its approval to com I I II

.. CHAMPIONMMTIUC: was arrested April 7 on a "Our problem is one of communication manding officer of the First I FLORIDA PEST CONTROL I II
.. charge of maintaining a special of getting people Civil Affairs Co., Special For-
.
\ -- post office box through which with a drinking problem to ces from Fort Bragg, N. C. to I I II

:ono: 1 I ; communicate.inmates and their families could help come,"forward he says.for"The treatment trouble and is carry during out the activities next few in the weeks.city I .*fc Chemical Co.

Y Barlow, a retired serviceman that in the early stages the Specficlally Capt. James Hughs,
000 was arrested after off- alcoholic cannot bring himselfto suggested talks on sanitation to 539 E. CAM. ST. STARKE. FI.A. I Ie
,.... icers said they found letteron
AIIIIINI; a believe that he cannot handle school children and the council .1
him that an inmate had this problem himself." e 00 e e e 0 S e 0 e ar e e e e e e e 0 e -
referred him to School Supt.

4 AVACHINI? asked him to mall without going "Bill W," says that since the
through censorship chan- founding of AA it has probably
i nels. According to the sheriff helped 400.00O alcoholics to quit B SB S B S .. S SJSJSJS SJSMSJS SJ
the letter contained marked drinking. But there are six
money planted there to trap million
alcoholics in the United
Here's a versatile all purpose adding machine designed '
Barlow.
for years of dependable trouble-free performance. This States today, and probably more Terwillegar Motors
compact, 10-Key( Champion lists 7 columns and totals "We have several" others under than 20 million around the
8 ((999,999.99). Electric operation make flgureworfc surveillance, McLendonsaid world.
fast and effortless.HANI adding that some of the Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation '".4
guards and others developed a works with "
Program closely ..... |jf
''' '''' '
supplemental income by run- '''N' ''' 1''
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ning the letters of inmates AA with AA many times provia-
around the censors. ing important follow-up work .
*.WKKATED! I _.i.j rI The possession of large for the patient after he leavesFARP's .. ,
,
amounts of money by inmates in-patient Center at ,
HA.I..N : open the door to rackets Inside Avon Park following completionof
.
/ ere the prison, Sheriff White- the 28-day treatment cycle.
ADDING MACHINES ., :** head said. For the benefit of those who

/\S LOW -' : '" 11..cr. .:. may not know the basics of AA,
AS..s ;'q5oBradford !) :1.-- |'-:'Ii II/I"; : : the organization is a fellowshipof

: Ia)1 I- men and women who share '
their experience, strength, and Pr r di
t@ hope with each other that they RfS I Ir

may solve their common problem -
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-- .I
and help others to recover
County TelegraphI (I F: I I 1 R"The from alcoholism.

handiest travel folder Only requirement for member
when vacationing is still ship is a desire to stop drinking.
There are no dues or fees for
money. AA membership: members are
self-supporting through t their I ;

own contributions.AA .
GAINESVILLE Business DirectoryAir is not allied with any
church or denomination nor
with any institution or politicalleaning.
It does not wish to engage
ConditioningHeatingAir Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES in controversy and; neither I'' 18(

Equipment endorses nor opposes any
Conditioning causes.
MUSTANG
Heating By Santa Fe Tractor Primary purpose of AA is to
General Electric Mobile Homes, Inc.Gainesville's encourage its members to stay
FORDFarm sober and help other alcoholics p "r
Kius's Sheet :Metal, Inc. Tractors & Implements achieve sobriety.
Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter, USED EQUIPMENT Discount Mobil More information on AA can .
Home Sales Lot.
Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE be supplied by writing P. 0.
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NEW MOON CAPELLABRONZE ?
Box 459, Grand Central Station, ;
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES WOOD New York, :N. Y., 10017, L
Low Monthly
Payments
FARP has literature of all
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Faris, Inc. 4820 N. W, 13th 378-1346 kinds on the subject of alcohol

ism. It's your for the asking by
OLDSMOBILKSALES : "
SEEDS PLANTS- ,
MOTORCYCLES merely dropping a line to .
Selection A SERVICEFine of Used Cars Insecticides- Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS FARP's Information Services, ":?-Ij ."itff'1tfY'J << _,'X .
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224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-047 eycee'c ass a

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Mrs. Maggie L'ee i- the It has legendary Atlantis toarise. You
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Of Doom Usually year. happening -
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In Wrong In Their PredictionsThe to happen. But it does i
Clay CountyMrs.
not mean the end of the world. TYPEWRITERS Manual or'
areas-to be on the safe side. So don't sit around biting klectrto. For Bale reaL Office
Maggie Lee, 94, died prophets of doom have or Supplies
nails while wait for
d.r You can depend on a numberof you you Bradford
Monday In Clay Memorial Hospital been having a field day predicting County: Telegraph. Phone 964.6305www
; volcanoes erupting during'' California to disappear or the
Green Cove Springs h..A .1- ., all manner of frightful -
where die !had been undergoing } '.( happenings from the inva- ----------- --"""-
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treatment .since breaking her sion of beings spaceto
hip In a fall last January. Mrs. '_$Irf'r the complete and total destruction .
Lee was a native of Clay Coun- of the world.
ty and had made her home in r: 'F rii 4
: long as I
can remember
Green Cove 'Springs for the past
"The end of the world"
SLADE'St6G
ten years with her daughter
has been scheduled even to the
Mrs. Annie
Rosier. exact date and hour. Thereare
Besides her daughter she Is always a few folks who
survived by four sons Walter H. 2 To Attend Science Symposium actually believe such predic-
Lee Starke; Robert E. and Albert tions and in many cases have ?
C. Lee. Green Cove sold or given away their prop
Students Raise $$ For ShrubsTwo
springs; and Amos Lee Cuba: erty fled to some supposedly Some
two brothers. Billy! and Jimmy safe place or assembled In anxious -
Conway both of Jacksonville; Bradfo'rd High science students. Rhymer Howell and groups on mountain top Items Below
IS grandchildren and 31 great Bill Myrick have been chosen to attend a Junior Science Symposium to await the coming of the Lord.
So far the old world has
grandchildren. at the University of Florida next Tuesday-Thursday roll- Cost
ed along on schedule. The sun
Funeral services were held at April 2224. rises and sets, the seasons
2 p.m. Thursday in Russell Baptist Two Lake Butler students. Sharon Yarborouch and Mike change, earthquakes are exper-
Church. Interment was In Odom will attend the symposium with BHS Science InstructorPam ienced in different areas.floods
the church cemetery with Helm Dlckerson. inundate others volcanoes GREAT WESTINGHOUSE SAVINGS
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Nine Wins 3rd Straight 14 Area Schools To Run



Ending their regular season to score on a slow grounderto and shortstop Mike Hewitt sing- The BHS nine wasted no time BHS went ahead-to stay in In 2nd BHS InvitationalFourteen
with a three game winning second base but Temple led to left to drive Graudons In. livening things up In Santa Fe the fifth when they scored three
streak, Tornado baseballers whipped the ball and catcher Jimmy Temple then beat out Saturday. The game was being more. Lassiter led with walk
edged Santa Fe 3-2 here Fri- David Lassiter blocked the plate an Infield hit. Butanta Fe played late after being rain- and Smith singled to center. area. high: school 'yard dash and 49.2 In the 440- Order of events will be:
day, then outlasted the Rebels nicely to prevent what would ace, Ray Gallop, got tough and ed out several weeks ago. They advanced on Hall's slow track teams will compete in the 'yard dash: Paul Bibens of Pa
7-4 Saturday in Santa Fe. .have been the winning run. fanned the next two BHS bat- Trials only In the
roller to second base and second' annual Bradford High latka Iras also done the 100 in 3 p.m. -
Gene Melvin's high boundinghit The Tornadoes drew first ters to end the threat. high hurdles, 100, 440-
The Tornadoes got three runs was safe on the play. Melvinwas School Invitational Track and 9.9. 120-yard
over the pitcher's head, blood Friday when Graudons led Santa Fe came right back with In the top of the first when hit by a wild pitch to score Field Meet beginning tomorrow yard relay 180-yard low bur-
and bobbled by the short stop, off with a double to right field two runs to take a 2-1 leadin Mike Smith walked and Dennis the first run of the inning. (Friday: April 18)) at; 3 p.m. (Danny Stein of Holies will be dies, and 22Vyard( dash: trials
drove in Jimmy Temple with in the bottom of the second the of the third. Brown
top and
,
shot put
Hall singled to center. The Schools' to compete are Or- the man to watch: in the distance and finals In the
the winning run Friday in the inning. Tommy Talley walked walked two and committed three pair then executed double The Rebles then brought In
a Park, Palatka, Bolles, St. discus
ange
eighth inning. Temple has sing- events the mile and the two
the
wild pitches, allowing runs
steal. Melvin fanned, but Gra- Gallop, who had pitched the .Augustine, (Lake City, Jackson
led, his second hit in four to score.It mile run.BHS. Trials and finals in
Grid day before, to put out the fire ville Episcopal:, Florida School 7pm. -
trips in his best game at the Spring the bottom of the fifth
ane'run.
was udons singled to right for But Graudons the .high jump, pole! vault, and
him witha
plate. lie went to second greeted for the Deaf, Bishop Kenny of
on before the Tornadoes could tie Hewitt walked to load Golfers
Greg Rlherd's sacrifice and Drills Will single with the bases load- Jacksonville Lake Butler, Clay triple Jump.
It up after two. walks and an the bases, and Hall scored on
took third on a passed ball by Begin MondaySpring error loaded the bases. a wild pitch ed and two more runs scored High School Callahan. P.K:. 7:30: p.m. Finals in the 3.-

the Santa Fe catcher. Temple's grounder to short was Santa Fe tied it 3-3 In the 'Young, Baldwin, and BHS. OutstandingIn 000 meter steeple chase: 440ya.rd -
The Tornadoes had to come will bobbled and Graudons scored fourth when they had eight hits Santa Fe added one run in the Trials will begin at 3 p.m. relay, 120iard high hurdles -
from a 2-1 deficit to win their football practice sixth to make it 6-4. and finals at 7 There will DistrictFinishing
from third on the error.Bolles to three for the Tornadoes. p.m. two mile relay 100 mile
third game of the season. begin next Monday: with a new be no admission for the after run, 880-yard :relay. 440-yard,
twist planned to give younger HBS added an insurance run' noon events. The charge: beginnIng seventh among 20 dash mile walk 180-yard( low
Johnny Brown hurled 7 1/3 and personal In the seventh when Melvin
players more time at 7 \p.m. will be $1 for schools In the District II Golf hurdles 880-yard( run, sprint
innings and allowed only three attention by Bradford High coa BHS Tie tripled deep to left field, then
adults and 50 cents for students. Tournament at the Beauclerc dash
medley relay. 220-yard' two
hits in picking up his first win. ches. scored on Talley's single to
Team to beat in the biggest
Country Club in Jacksonville
mile run and mile relay.
Wild at first, Brown walked
to make deep short
Boys coaches expect local meet of the year, accord Bradford High golfers did a
five Rebels In the first four the 1969 varsity, seniors, Juniors ing to BHS Coach, George Loper, "real good Job according to
innings. lie needed help from will In Dual Meet Graudons stretched 11 xebec
and some sophomores will be Orange Park. The Raid- Coach Jack McCaskill.
Mark Graudons who came in Wednesday, hits to get his third straightwin
SMILEOF
practice on Monday
ers have the best of everything Tornado golfers finished
from right field to fan two
and his third complete
men in the fourth. and Friday. and Bradford High runners came losses, and the tie in eight dual of the: season. He is the game wln Including the best times in all ahead of all Florida Star Con-
To start the fourth Brown Freshmen, sophomores will, be back: from Bolles Tuesday night. meets this season. ningest BHS hurler with 3-5. but; one relay, the 440-yard re- ference teams in the tournament THE WEEK
fanned the first batter, walkedthe some eight graderswho April 15, no better than when One more dual to go :Is sche He also leads the team in bat- lay. Relays are where the points. with a total match score
second, and threw the next freshmen next year will prac- they left Starke as the two Flor- duled next Tuesday, April 22, ting with a .345 average. are piled up in such, meets. of 330. Only Class A team to
pitch into the screen. Coach tice on Tuesday and Thursday. ida Star Conference squads with Lake City on the local Boys to watch will be Ken finish ahead of the local golferswas Gl
Dewey McKinney brought on This will allow more time for fought to a 66-66 tie. oval. It will be run under the Mike Hewitt has also helped Taylor of Orange Park who had Fernandina Beach with a
Graudons then to put out the coaches to get around to the The tie leaves Bradford High new lights with the shot put get- the Tornadoes at the plate since been timed at 9.9 In the 100- team total of 318. Class AA SHOW
fire with his relief work. Brown younger players according to trackmen with three wins, four ting under way at 6 p.m.. the his return to shortstop for the schools finishing behind Brad-
replaced Graudons in right Coach Mike Sexton. discus at 6:30: and the remain- Santa Fe games. He has been 2 Bradford fordvere Wolfson, Fletcher. rllbr
field, then came back after he Practice will last 20 days, as der of the meet beginning at 3 for 7 at the plate. Hi and Jackson. r ;nu
settled down. oisual. Thirty-nine boys were 7 p.m. Cagers NamedAllConference Robert E. Lee High of Jacksonville 'pIn
Temple, BIIS first baseman, at a pre-practice meeting last Sub-District Temple, Graudons, and Mel- won the two day
nipped a man at the plate in Friday, but a number were awayat vin are tied for the RBI lead (Thursday and Friday) tourna-
the sixth to preserve the man. different activities and more Tourney Set Bolles Statistics with five each. ment with a team total of 301. i
Santa Fe had a man on sec- are expected to .be out for the Shot Put-U) Toole B, 38-11: StatisticsFriday's Two Bradford High School It was one of the top performances
2)) Zahra. B, 37-114 3)) Buby.
ond with no outs. He tried football drills Here Today"We're BHS 36-7V4. ; Game basketball players, center Char by BHS golfers, accord _.
les Blye and guard Adrain ing to Coach McCaskill.
- -
-- Discus) Toole, B. 130-10V4:
AB R? II Brown, have been named to the Mike Mitchell had a 38 on the
2)) B. :
Versaggi, 1193))
looking forward may Florida Star Conference five. first nine holes for an outstand-
; SAVEA White B, 11311. Melvin, d 5 0 0 ing performance, the coach
be to surprising St. Augustine. Pole Vault -1)) Grlggs. BHS, 200 The other three 1968-69 BHS WE MAKE QUALITY AND
BHS Baseball Coach Dewey 10-6: 2) Asbury, B, !9-6; 3)) Baker. Hall, If 4 0 0 starters Tim Murphey. David said. Mitchell ended with an 80 SERVICE FIRST CL-ASS!
McKinney predicts of the SubDlstrict B, 96. Brawn, P rl 3 2 1 McKnight and Mark Graudons, as did junior Dale Johns.
Fist Full Of ,
Graudons
Bill Adams
Diamond Tournament was low for BUS
High 1)) Crawford all-conference hon-
Jump 3b 2 0 were on the
game set here at 4 p.m. today BHS, 5-6; 2)) Smith BHS 5-4;' Talley Hewitt, ss 4 g 1 orable mention list, accordingto with a 77 for the- two days. He SPECIALBARBQ
(Thursday April 17)). 3)) Elliott B, 5-4. Temple, Ib 4 1 2 Coach Mike Sexton. was the number 12 man of 80
That Green Stuff St. Augustine has beaten the Long Jump-1)) Colson B, 18- Rlherd, 2b 2 0 0 Just a dozen Florida Star !high school golfers.
Tornadoes twice, 12-2 and 6-0 5; 2)) Stephens. BHS, 18-1%: 3)) Lassiter, c 2 0 0 players were named to the all- Mike Fogg had an 87.
in regular season play. But the The tournament ended the
ATr Griggs BHS178. conference team. Besides Brown
Tornadoes have come to life 120-Yd. High Hurdles U) 2834 and Blye they were: 1069 season for BHS. The golf-
iil r for three straight wins, one over Smith, BHS, 16.6; 2)) Griggs.; Bolles George Tomllnson. ers compiled a 4-8 season record Beef or PotIcDINNER
; > Nasworthy'sS tough Bolles and two over BUS 17.6; 3)) Mitchell B. 17.7. Lake City- Steve Dortch. but came on strong in the

Santa Fe in their last three 100-Yd. Dash 1)) Stephens, Saturday's Game Live Oak Edward Green, finish.
S- 2 i games. BHS 10.5; 2)) Woosley B, 10.5; William Morrell, and Bobby Only Adams and Mitchell are
BHS will go into the sub-dis- 3)Sl) \ acte, BHS10.7.. Smith, rf 321 I Frier. seniors. Two young boys expected X1.25TUCK'S
trict go with a 4-10 record. Mile Run-1)) Stein B, 4:47.2: : Hall, IfMelvin 4 1 1 Orange Park Daryl Lau- to develop Into fine young
H /// Four other games will be 2)) Frick, BHS 4:54.0: ; 3)) Cow- cfGraudons 3 4 2 1 2 1 derdale, Bill Attaway, and Mic- golfers for next year's team are
p sophomore David McRae and
played at selected sites with dry B, 4:57.0.: key Brokaa.
3 0 2
Bolles drawing a bye as the 11th Hewitt, ss freshman Richard! Roberts.
880-Yd. Relay-1)) BHS 1:36.9: 3 0 1 PalatkaTerry McCool.St. .
team In the district. Site far the (Bennett, Morris Talley, 3b Grider. Coach McCaskill also has ex-
Slade Stephens Augustine Fred
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Rlherd, 2bLassiter 3 0 1 pressed appreciation n r ('( DRIVEINBEEF
District Tournament will be ) ; 2)) Bolles 1:44.4.: 2 1 0 Coach Foster Sheppard of to Starke
chosen when the coaches meet 440-Yd. Dash c Golf and Country Club Pro Herb PORK SPARE RIBS
-1)) Woosley, B, Live Oak was :named Florida
Sunday in Orange Park after 51.6; 2)) Reddish BHS. 53.9; 3)) 2979 Star Conference coachoftheyear. Horres for his assistance in CHICKEN
the sub-district games. Diamond, B, 55.2. coaching the team. CURB u.s. 301 SOUTH SERVICE
_ The winningest Tornado pitcher 180-Yd. Low Hurdles 1)
l 36 Months Mark Graudons, will be on Grlggs. BHS. 21.8; 2)) Smith '
y TO PAY the mound for BHS against St. BHS, 22.1; 3)) Andrews, BHS OJ'X': .\1.1" n.\Y F.YEHY n.\ \' -'1t1..IX1) :SAT\ :yrju, 7 P..I.:
Augustine today. 22.4.

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ME TO OUR BIG To Open Tuesday, April 22

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Set By Chamber Ag CommitteeTentative ffffifMATHEWS 1: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 01


plans for the 1969 cussion:. on how the Chambercan -' it For SaturdayAnd :ri:: ,Well' Drilling sfb Starke Phone 964-6200

Call Scramble be of help In the area and SundayThe
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the :Agriculture were Committee made by In the field of agrlcuture. ..' c.c.i 6. : Melrose Fla. : Keystone Ileigbtt-Phone 473-3176

the Starke-Bradford County of Agriculture Is a big item in r' _., .. h .... -. C'1to'" .. Second Annual Rodeo, Phone 475.5101 :'{
'Chamsr\ < of the economy of Bradford County ... sponsored by Bradford Roping }
Coimierca: ? Myers Pumps 1 RENTAL SERVICES
art ..
a luncheon meeting In the Mrs. LaNier says, and In I '\' J1. \(J- Club, will be held Saturdayand
den Restaurant Tuesday, April Gar- order for the Chamber to .. .. .: ", Sunday April 19-20 at S: SERVICE :1 r i y
15. be effective In helping to pro- ... .J a l"t' I. "" > ""Y-a ", .,, the Bradford County Fair- :j;| and REPAIRS f:: Hospital 1 Ilrds I >\heel Chairs(: Crutches
Assistant County Agent Bob- mote Bradford County agriculture -p-; .... grounds Arena. ::j:::,:::=!=:::: ::::::::c:::::::::::::::: ::::c--::::::::::::::::
It is first .
by Taylor and Bradford High necessary that t: I The Saturday performancestarts

School Agriculture Advisor Paul the the Chamber people in of agriculture Commerce."It .help ::1'" ... I ....;j at 8 p.m. and the Sun- ...-.-
Hutchins were re-appointed by day show at 2 p.m.
Chamber President Loyree La- Is our goal to have not Mike Glosy. president of the Bradford Middle School student
Nler to serve as the Committeeon less than one representativefrom council, presents Mrs. Joyce Chambers of the Junior Woman's A parade is scheduled for
Calf Procurement. The two each agriculture pursuit Club with a check for $100 to be used to beautify the school 2 p.m. Saturday with all riders
'were authorized to proceed with serving actively on this agriculture grounds. asked to meet at Bradford High Kntuekq

procurement of 15 calves for Nier states committee.She"noted Mrs. that La- The 6-8 grade students raised the money with a student-fa School at 1:30. Round and square 1601 MONDAY
this year's dancing will be enjoyed! at the
scramble.
the ag committee also Bradford has ten major classes culty baseball game Mrs. Chambers Is In charge of landscaping Fairgrounds after the rodeo N. TEMPLE
"Get discussed of agriculture: 1)) livestock the middle school, a project being sponsored by the Junior Saturday night. APRIL 21
Acquainted" meet 2)) poultry, 3)) strawberries, 4) Women. AVE. !
ings In
Brooker,Lawtey and Farm-City Hampton Week and vegetables, 5)) field crops,, 6)) The students will also be responsible for watering the plants. Among the featured events fiied Chiekt. ONLYMOM.
activities. pecans and fruits, 7)) ornamen will be calf roping, Brahma i
The city will fertilize them.
Planned tal plant nurseries, 8)) forestry, bull riding, steer bulldogging
Hampton, meetings In Lawtey. 9) wildlife: and recreation, and ,. bronc riding and girls' class errs s wa au...ws
and Brooker r
will Include aO) Agriculture education. tloned at Fort Carson, Colo. before cloverleaf and barrel racing.
a showing of local agri- Monthly going overseas in April Cash prizes will be awardedin ____
meetings with dates r---a-----
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culture activities either each event.Admission. .COUPON '-------
on NEWS ABOUT ---1
slides to be announced are plannedfor 1068. He received the award 1
or the Calf Scramble
film and end with a brief dis- the as comftilttc, Mrs. La- while serving as a clerk typist to the rodeo is i t
Nisr; Eay with Headquarters, U. S. Army $2 for adults and$1 for children. 1z i
SERVICE MEN Support Command. Chicken Dinner

Escapees 3 InjuredIn LEGAL Bradford Q o
_. r" I' BIC PENS. Ball Point Refills FORMS. Mr nIMe.Y.\eN-nne z
Bradford County Tele County Telegraph. Ph. 8 Reg. 1.25 ONLY
ReturnedTo Wreck Seaman Apprentice Leroy graph. 964-6305. i
Thomas Jr., USN son of Mr. '
Prison and Mrs. Leroy Thomas Sr. of
At :
LawteyThree ,, ..
Starke, recently returned to When You ran \Audreys Charge y A Complete Dinner 99I
Conused and heading back toward Mayport aboard the guided missile Account --
prison, three Raiford Negro men were Injure frigate US3::; Luce, which, Your Prescription Tax Itccords-! tt 1 3 pieces Chicken, Mashed Potatoes-
State Prison Inmates ed Friday April! 11, when the Cole Slaw, Craclclin'
were apprehended returned to its home port aftera For You Us Gravy With Coupon
on SR-22S Monday 1957 Ford pick! up truck in seven month deployment. are Kept By I and Hot Rolls.

morning The trio, April, Carl 14.Eddie Shepard, of which control they and were riding overturned went, out according Middle flagship East for Forces.Commander Crew U.members S. Andrews DrugsFor P S 1______.. __.. ______MON..000PON.r ________________,I

Lawrence C. Harper, and Charles to the Florida Highway : of the Luce participated In Fast Delivery Dial 004-7170 SCI Plta
D. Davis, were trustees Patrol. observance of Ethoplan Imperial
assigned to the old unit and had The driver Claude Myers, 53, Navy Days at which time
been housed outside the prison had chest Injuries and was Emperor Haille Selassie took a r e
compound transferred to i "
a Gainesville one-day orientation cruise
They "walked off" Sunday hospital.
night about 7 p.m.. according One aboard the ship.
passenger Cecil Green
spent to Supt.the Don night(Haasfurder in the woods.and was listed in satisfactory condition Army Specialist- Lugean : .
Monday at the Bradford
The inmates became confused Strong, son of Mr. and Mrs. WINKLER ELECTRIC INC.
County Hospital. A second
Monday and started walking passenger, Nathaniel Wright. Dennis Strong of Lawtey, received -
back toward the prison. They the Army CommendationMedal
51, was treated and released ,
were found between Lawtey and during ceremonies near
SR-16. from BCH emergency room Qun Nhon, Vietnam.
after the wreck. All three are
One Imate who left the com- A of RJE :
graduate
from Lawtey.Myers High
pound'-'lIaasurder.( said had School, Specialist! Strong attended
has been
charged with
only release.All 45. days to serve before failure control! to by have Trooper his vehicle Carson under Tallahassee Florida A&M and was University employed In 3 BIG DAYS BIG TRADE-INS

three face charges of Turlington investigating offi- at Stuckey's in Starke before
escape. entering the service In 1967. He THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY
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ON 13 CHOICE MODELS
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truck, a total loss with completed basic training at
JUNIOR WOMAN'S: CLUB damages estimated at $400 was Fort Banning Ga. and was sta. APRIL 17, 18, 19 .
,SPAGHETTI SUPPERA traveling! north on SRS-200B .
spaghetti! supper sponsored when it went out of control as shoulder for 46 more feet. The
.by the Junior Woman's Clu Myers rounded a curve accordIng truck came back onto the highway Just Arrived Solid Carload of Brand New Maylag Models\ ] Beautiful New
will be held Friday. Apr. 18. in to Trooper Turlington's re for an additional 82 feet .
the Woman's Club from 5:30: 'o port. The vehicle ran onto the and overturned.The "Wash
7 pm. Bingo will be played, east shoulder for 118 feet then accident occurred .2 Styling] New Features . New Conveniences! The Latest I', i Modern

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.b( Enthusiastic, CITIZENS response and, I Your Unbeatable



brisk kidding at our White Ele-
phant Sale reaped a nice bit
of change to fatten the Senior
Citizens' treasury. ;

We are very grateful for the
r: .' $2.50 donation' sent to qaj> by PlYmouth dealer

C Mrs. C. A. Knight and are hop-
r AL Ing that she will be able; to.
come to our meetings some
time soon.Charles .

y r .c.ch as a member.SImchera We believe signed he up


r'r I X vwr if + will lots of find enjoyments good company with us. and tells it like it Ia


Mrs. 0. C. iMcManus who left
Starke a year ago to reside
with her daughter in Phoenix
Arizona has been very 111. Evenso
Promoted To ColonelHarry she mailed: her yearly dues
and Gold Card payments for

M. Hatcher Jr., of recent appointment, as the Camp eration of the military training 1969. We all send our sincere
Commander of Camp Blandlng. facilities located at Camp Bland- wishes and hope she returns to
Starke, was promoted to the
This promotion Is of significanceto good health soon.
rank of Colonel during ceremonies Ing.Camp
conducted at Headquarters Colonel Hatcher as he began Blanding iwlll be the thanks Mike and
Many to
Florida; .Army National his military career, as a private, site -of five major Army National Eileen Donahue for their regu-
Guard annual fieldtraining :per- Valiant 2 Dr. Sedan
World
Blanding during 1969
at Camp
.
Guard, State Arsenal, St. Aug- lar cheerful cards and letters
Guard
iods during 1969. National
War II. Following wartime assignments -
ustine, Friday, April 11.The In both the Pacific units from Florida., Alabamaand reminding us of the nice times
silver Insignia was In
eagle
and good people they met
Col. South Carolina will participate -
Theaters
officially presented by Major returned to Camp In these field training ex-
General Henry W. McMillan, Hatcher Club. Mike had a serious oper-
of ercises. In additidi: foments
Blanding as the Supervisor
General, who
State Adjutant ation while here and therefore
Mainten- of the Regular Army, Army
was assisted: by Mrs. Hatcher, the Combined Support they had to return to Tillman I
ance Shop, where he served until Reserve, Navy, Marines and
above. Also in attendance were N. Y. to live with their daugh-
Marine Reserve and: Ccast
the Directors of the Military Departments the present.As ter. It Is good to be remembered -
Colonel Guard will utilize the facilities
Camp Commander,
of the! Headquarters. .
Colonel Hatcher received 'his :Hatcher directs a detachment at Camp Blanding for training. ;t sets

promotion as the result. of his .wnlch is responsible for the op- exercises throughout the year. Shuffleboard Is enjoyed by a
number of our members and
others on Monday and Wednes-
Lawtey Woman day at 2 p.m. at the' Recrea
CUBB Employees tion Center. We Invite anyone

I Faces ChargesA who is Interested to come, make
new friends and enjoy this
RaisesApproval gentle sport.
Given 51-year-old Lawtey woman,
Shirley Mae Barber faces The news about the proposed
of new, increased hood: service center approved by charges for three traffic vio- 40 per cent Increase In telephone -
salaries for CUBB employees OEO specified that "Center will lations, including driving while rates! in the Starke area

.has been received from the :be operated in Orange Park, intoxicated.A Is something senior citizenscan 'II UCI-.Z-1
regional office of the Office of Penny .Farms Green Cove Springs total of $685 in bonds have ill afford. Many of them }
Economic Opportunity in Atlan- Raiford, Macclenny and been set by County Judge T, A. exist on Social Security pensionsof
Starke. Each center will be Yawn on the three charges, including $65 to $75 per month. Almost
ta.CUBB
Exec. Dir. Ron Sage staffed by one center directorand no driver's license, and 1,500 persons in Bradford County Valiant 100 2-door Sedan
slid notification of OEO's approval one aide. Any change in displaying another person'sdriver's are receiving commodities,
reached Mm Wednesday, staffing or locations must be license. many of them senior citizens.
April 16.Under. approved by the Atlantic Re- The woman was released under Elderly people need a telephoneIn : $
bond, returnable on Plea case of emergencies, but few
the :new schedule a
gional Office
project director will receive $600 However, following grant approval Day next Tuesday April 22. can afford to pay if the new

,per month, a secretary $350 the money was distributed rates go Into effect. It is urgent
service center directors that as many seniors as! are
$310 to
by county according pro- Power Plant .9
land aides $1.615 per hour. AH portion of poor, with each coun- able attend the hearing set by
will work 40 hour weeks. locations Open House the Florida Utilities Commission 1995
beard center
ty deciding on -
on Tues., Apr. 22, at 10
The new salaries: 'were set salaries
staffing patterns Planned April 27
(March 24 by the CUBB board and ,hours. This resultedin a.m. at the Starke Fairgroundsso
after the regional OEO office that we can state our case
for the
salaries
different same Plans for an house to
open
instructed it to make salariesin and hope we can get some::: con-
positions from county to coun- be held Sunday afternoon, April sideration. Plus
all four counties uniform for ty, and possible violations of 27, for the newly expanded and
the same positions. The new sal minimum requirements. Starke of
wage rebuilt power plantwere Notices Gold Card payments
,aries are effective from (April 1 Centers are open in Orange approved Tuesday night, April received by our members
to October 31, 1969. Park (one director, one aide), 15, by the City Council. from the National! Council of
The OEO grant, for neighbor- Penney Farms (one director, Senior Citizens should be
Dedication ceremonies will be
WISH I'DSAID one aide), GreenCove :Springsone brought to the next meeting at
held at 10 a.m. Saturday, April
( director, one aide), Lake the Recreation Center April ?2.
THAT Butler (o.ie director one aide), 26. and given to our treasurer Em- 1969
; Clay Hill (one director), Mac $150 was appropriated for refreshment ma Morton. Full Size Plymouth
clenny (cnc director, two aides), and door prizes for
and Starke one director, three the occasion by the Council. There are many thing's today.
,aides). The utility committee, headedby that we cannot face alone so
Money Is available to effect Councilman Jimmy McRae, come Join us and in helping
The modern vanishing the pay Increases because the is in charge of arrangementsfor others we also help ourselves !
American i is the follow who CUBB deputy director position the affair.Expansion -Joe Kerrigan
can successfully, withstand the will be unfilled for the entire
of the plant and r- I
and because the
family's plea' to change! to a program year
addition of kw
a new 1,750
color tv set. Joe :Mann, The present executive director, a turbine was done at a cost
Ll'banon10.:\ > Rustic Repub VISTA volunteer Is not paid a of about 650000. I
lican. salary by CUBB. I /HMI

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High School senior and
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YOURS FROM SMITH-CORONA!
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His parents are Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Many Others To Choose From S. Haddock of Starke. Young
Haddock Is the first BHS stu-
dent to be appointed to the Coast
Guard Academy, according
to Guidance Counselor Della
Rosenberg.

Haddock! ha.... maintained a

3.5 honor point average at BHS. AUTHORIZED DEALER CHRYSLER
He has been a member of the ii MOTORS CORPORATION
BHS marching band for five
years, playing. first French horn.

He Is currently serving as
president of the Interact Club Starke ChryslerPlymouthu.

} CORSAIR SUPEK-: EHLING CLASSIC 12 and has been a member for
three years. He was a memberof
,, $56.50 $109.00 $129.50 the Bible Club In the 10th
grade. He has served BHS Student Council for the
BRADFORD past two years
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i Child Costs $25,000 I\\ Lakes To Be Closed ,f fCertain 1 MIZELt( APPOINTEDB. r0UC5 VOUVE44p M0aE ,;
of
F. Mizell. Jr., president'
I
i From Cradlp To Age IB t E : Dates This Summer %1; First Association Federal of Starke.Savings has& Loan'been

.. The Came and Fresh Water The area affected by the closing : appointed to the 1969! Manage"
What is the price las on tine_ County the outlay per child:: i> Fish Commission! announcesthat ( will be Blue Pond, Perch ment Committee of the U. S.
average 18-year-old In Bradford, approximately $25.100 to age 18. 1'if I Xd Camp Blanding Fish Management ; Pond Lowry Lake, and Magnolia Savings & Loan League. The
County? How much have his A major part of It is for food Area will! be closed on Lake. Magnolia Lake State League represents more than
parents spent over the years In The figures, adjusted for price* certain dates through the sum- Park will remain open duringthe 5.000 savings associations! and
of Mm froma changes, show that the In the U. S. filfeSS1
the process raising average mer due to military exercises exercise. Brantley urged the co-operative banks aasi
gurgling infant to a young child consumes about $7,300worth ) being conducted on the reser cooperation of fishermen in 9 out of 10 forest fires are
adult? during the 18 years. vaton.! According to Major the Interest of their own safety caused by people!
Few parents have even a remote Fortunately, this cost, as wellas Robert M. Brantley, Northeast and to insure the future ava'l-
idea of the amount. most others spread out
They are Region Manager for the Commission ability and use of the facility.
have never thought of their children over the years. various National Closed dates for the area are:
In those terms. All they One that cannot be handled In Guard units will be firing live May 5-9 and 1216.
know In a general way is that' that way, however, is the initial rffT: '), ammunition on nearby air de. June 2-6: 9.13; 23-27.
they: have been both costly antT' one In connection with thebirth fense artillery and mortar firing June 30-July 4. (} "lJleJ f 1 ,11e
priceless. of the child. Medical fees, hospital ranges. August 11-15; 1822.
Had they paused along the bills and baby equipmentcall .
!line however, to tally up the for an outlay of about $700.on Starlings Get SIP Award --' ----- ft.lerlerl WrpI'l

bill they would have been as average. atlng nicely.Mr. trude Hart Mrs. Fannie Reddish <
bounded. They would have fount The subsequent growing up and Mrs. O. I. Blom of and Mrs. Mary Mott last
that their expenditures In thbr expenditures include clothing. ''Gerald Williams (left), DIP committeeman Is shown p'resentlng > the State Farm had as recent Sunday afternoon. J/1 fe
18 years ran well into five fig- $3,000; transportation $3,950: the latest award to Mr. and Mrs Eddie Starling of Star. guests Mr. and Mrs. Dennis! Friday night guests of Mr. ,. ,,J(115r(94cw ,
ures. For the average family medical and dental, $2,000; and ling Farm Supply on Andrews St. In announcing the award the Blom and baby of Lakeland. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs were Mr.
nationally, it came to $26,700. personal care, $900. committee cited. the obvious Improvements that have been Mrs. Irene Jones of Penney and Mrs. Roy R. Clemons and in for
The latest figures on the cost There is also the portion ol made In the area. The new farm supply building Is located Farms visited Mr. and Mrs. Wither children of Heilbronn Springs, Providing the finest professional nursing care
of parenthood from the Depart- Musing costs attributable to tho where> slum area used to be. Jones and son last Thurs- and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mikell, convalescent geriatric, chronically ill, long-term and
a
ment of Agricluture and others child as well as incidentals day night, the occasion being Jr. and sons of Deland.
show that income is the determining ranging from dolls to baseball --------- --- ---. .------ -- ---- -- !Mr. Jones' 'birthday post-hospital patients. Inquiries and visits invited.
factor in most cases In bats and bicycles! to lipsticks. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie! Burnettof
how much Is spent by an Individual For the 290 or eo boys and anled some Lake Butler friendsto anted Mrs. A. M. Jones and the State Farm were Tues- "The Cowboy from the Clear Certified for Medicare patients.
family ill bringing up its: girls in Bradford County who an Eastern Star meeting in daughters of Starke to visit day and Wednesday night guestsof Fork sez the best part of the
children. are reaching 18 this year, how Tampa last Friday night. Mrs. Alzy Thomas and familyin Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thomasin day is already over, the minutehis .0Co(" bouTHWEsT: : SIXTEENTH' AVENUE GAINESVILLE FLORIDA ,,'601
Where net income is !between much of an expenditure do they: Friends of Mrs. Susie Dobbs Hawthorne. Crescent City. alarm clock rings in themorning. TELEPHONE AREA CODE (i904H76) 46i
$6,000 and $8,000 per family, as represent? win regret to l learn that she is Mrs. Lawtey Crews Is home Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shirting ."-Clydene Comedy,
is the average In Bradford. Based upon the average Ill 1n Bradford County HocpUal. from St. Vincent's Hospital. and Mr. and Mrs. Sims Rentzof Throckmorton ( Texas )
amount per child locally, the Mrs. Mary Freeman accomp. Jacksonville! and !is recuper- Lenox, Ga visited Mrs. Ger. Tribune. AFFILIATE OF UNITED CONVALESCENT HOSPITALS. INC
grand' total Is $7,279.000 And
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that is only up to the point at - - - - --- --- --- --- - - -
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which they are ready to enter

college.RAIFORD. OVER 150 STORES THROUGHOUT 7 SOUTHEASTERN STATES!

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.a e .s VALUES 155 WEST CALL ST.



ARE OUR
Ask By Mr*. Earl Dobbs c STARKEBUSINESS

< .. .. n

CharleyE. Sympathy !Is extended to the
Mack Sweat family on the OUR POLICY-
death of Mrs. Sweat's brother.

Johns Woodrow Mrs. Inez Holllngsworth.Addison! of Daytona DOLLAR S Every Day If you are not entirely satisfied with your

Beach visited her brother, Monroe IsDollar purchase we will gladly exchange or refund
: Kittler, Saturday night. .
About This Question: Mr.Sunday and :Mrs: : dinner Earl guests Dobbs hadas Mr. TTO"me of(FIe L Va&ic' *?/(**tei A Day your money with cash register sales
"Is there life insurance on receipt.
and Mrs. Roy R. Clemons and
household pets show animals children of Heilbronn Springs.
livestock and zoo animals Friends of John Green Sapp
that covers death will be glad to know that he Is
from most any cause Including home from Bradford County
voluntary destruc Hospital after an illness of sev-

tion when certified by a eral days. DOLL DAYSBudget
All
veterinarian? Does the Mrs. Michael Dobbs and children
attended church at Din-
Charley E. Johns Agency kins In Baker County Saturday:
have such Animal Mortality night.
insurance?" Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs had
as Sunday night supper guests
Charley E. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mikell Jr.

JOHNS AGENCY and Misses Dobbs sons Sheila of and Deland children.Yarbrough and Michael and Stretching Values For You rOlursday Friday Saturday -- April 17, 18, 19


131 So. Walnut St. Debbie Barnett attended the SPECIAl. PURCHASE! aLadies'
State Science Fair in Jacksonville
Phone
964.5070 Cool
last week. M MEN'SKNIT
Mrs. Joyce Norman accomp- '
SLEEVELESSSHELLS
: : SHIRTS
,
NEED READY) CASH I

'/ $2.98 & $3.98 Values!' !
r f'5't. $1 99 VALUE :.:..:.::.::.:....:..:....;...:..................................;......;...;.:.;.:::.;:..::.::'
Us ...:. ....... ...........:.:.::..:.:.::.: of entire
fJCome See : :::;:::;;;::::;:::'::'::" our
Turtleneck Mock Turtles I ;,, r '::.:;:.:::.::;.::.::::.::..:.:;.;::.:.::..::..::.:.:.;..::.:..::::.::....:.:.::..::..:.::.:..::..;.:.::: Choice of better knit
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Tank ... {
Scoop Necks ::.:::.;;..:.;:..::..:;.:.:;.:;.:::.:.:.;.:;.:.::.::;.::.:.::.:::.::.:.. Shirts
"f ';' ':':;::;:.::;:::;::::;:::::; + ..-
a % We make loan for Tops IT ::::::::;:;:::::;:;;:::;::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::;: *.. Hi Crews, Moc turtle.
any worthwhile purpose Nylon Zipper :ii iti1iiiit; 1 i;iiiliiiiii! iiiiiii' N Even" No-Irons

c-'-, ,' T. Araels Backs Acetate S1 :.;.:.:.;.:.:.:.::..:...;:..:..;.:..;.:.::..:..:.:.;.:.;.:::.::..:.:..;.:..:.::.:.:..;..;.:.:..::.:.:::.:;.:..: *- ;tsa. *.. Slightly
L. $25 to $600DO Tricots I $1 .;.:...:..:.::.::.::.::.::.:.:..::;.::..::.::;;:..:..:.:;.:.::::.:.:::.:.::..;:.:.:.:.::. Irregulars! $1
*.. 44 .;.::..::..:.::..:.:.::..:.::.:.:..::..:.:.::.::..:.:.:.::.;:.:.::.:..:;.:.;..:.:.;::.;::..:.::.: *.. Short Sleeves
YOU HAVE S-1\1-L, 40 to ;::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::: '*" S-M-L-XL
Also r s '::::;:::;::::::;:;::::;;::;;::;:::::;;::;:::::;
-Too many payments TOP DOLLAR PRICE :::;:::::::;:;:::::::;:::::::::;;;:;:;::.,:::::;: TOP DOLLAR PRICE"BOYS'

; to make? LADIES'SANDALS '!.;:.:.;.:.::':::..::..:;..::::.;.:.;:..;.:.;.:.::.:.::..;.;.:.:;...:.....:::.::;.:.::';

-Too many bills to id1 :::tiii: .,!!:@!!!j11if! ;;t i:::

v "NO IRON"SPORT

; payToo many taxe BIG 44-QUART t
/r SHIRTS +
coming due 1.50 VALUES SWING-TOP '

$2.98 VALUES!

Let Us Help With Your Money Thongs Styles Scuffs Sling Strap TRASH CANS -*. Choice Of Our Entire

Problems Cushion Insoles Stock Reduced For .' "

,' x | *. Colors Tan Green, $2.99 VALUE! This Event Only!
TOWN FINANCE CO Y. Orange, I'k, and Plaids Solids

22fi N. Temple Phone 964-7449' GIRLS 3 to 6x *. Others Sizes 6 to 10 ff>k *. Plastic Heavy Duty $ *. Regular Fancies i and Ivy

Light Weight 1 Styles $1
*
SUMMERCULOTTES TOP DOLLAR PRICE] Handy, Neat "Ie Slight Irregulars
Swing Top Sizes 4 to 18

l TOP DOLLAR PRICE TOP DOLLAR PRICE 24" X 48"
is served.Beer
We care where our product


served in pleasant and wholesome surroundings is a CARPETRUNNERS

the aim of the United States Brewers Association. And .
4 Styles in this special \.
we are always striving to do something about it. :buy! a : i.
The USBA is represented by field men around the *. Plaids Solids and = r

country. They meet with proprietors of establishmentswhere Floral Prints
$2.00 VALUES!
beer is sold. They work in every way possible to *... Washable Cotton$ *. Made of better
promote a set of high standards wherever beer is served. Zipper Front J Quality Carpeting
..
This USBA effort means even more enjoyable placesfor $1.59 Values! r.? + Non-Skid
America's great beverage of moderation. ''' "' Backing
TOP DOLLAR PRIC< t; i *. Perfect For
$1
ti\\:: + 4" : Porches, Halls,
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC. + n. Any Room
P O BOX 273. WINTER PARK FLORIDA 37289 \y
PLASTIC 20-GAL. TOP DOLLAR PRICE


JJMONIJ I SIMONIZ GARBAGE CANS Regular or Super



FLOOR WAX *. Complete With Lid MODESSSanitary SWE

*. Will Not Crack Napkins 'tOLYlTHYUNSSHIELD ) .
Package of 12
1-Lb., 14 Ounce Size
'
c oI Or Peel $1 50c Box Value

I Non Scuff Floor Wax SI.59 VALUES! II
Modesia1April
3" t hAh ; I Dries So Bright $1 Boxes 4 For $1
=
I 4 -001" ,;.' WAX It$1.59 Still VALUE Looks Wet! TOP DOLLAR PRICE


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Our editorial. .


Remember. .



HI/ YOUiL HEAR, By Alice McGarvey 25 Years Ago

Politicians were still campaigning "
Worth Considering MORE for the many offices
FRoM/ ME In competition 25 years ago, which met every Tuesday at >;

with only a few days left until 7:30: p.m., furnished charcoal,

With cost of the Legislature than population to give small the May 2. 1944 primary colored chalk, paper and draw- '.
NEXT WEE.K' *
counties election. Ing boards. ,
increasing to nearly $20.000 greater voting Because of gasoline ration- Miss Sara Reed, director, '

a day, Tallahassee political strength, I would not considera Ing during war many of the said an exhibition of work would '
unicameral usual election-time rallies did be held later In the same man- ;
writers report that a surprising legislature not take place and politicana ner In which the present exhibit :

number of legislators are Shaw is quoted as saying. "ButI found It difficult to get aroundthe of work from Tampa was

think many people would get county to urge their cause being held at present at the
serious consideration to
giving
local voters. Each week '
upon building.
passage of a proposed consti- better representation now under The Telegraph carried advertisements - -

tutional amendment calling fora a one-house system." j 1\I by the aspirants to Part of the Baccalaureate

One of Shaw's major objections public office making promisesand Service held In connection with
unicameral (one house) Leg- / requesting votes for themselves 1944 graduation at Bradford
to the
two house systemis School the
islature for Florida.In High was song pro-
that the final decision on This was the year of gen- gram offered by the Girls Glee
fact legislation to accom- much eral election for president and Club, under the direction of
plish this very thing was filed major legislation is made the Governor of Florida was Mrs. A. E. Wall. Accompanistwas

in the House of Representatives not by one of the two houses, also elected the same year, Mrs. Ethel Biggs.
but by a conference committee in those days. Sopranos In the group were:
last week by Rep. June Patel, Freddie WImberley,
D'Alemberte of Miami, with a of both House and Senate. --- ... - Garnlta Hutto. Collette Green
When there is a deadlock Bradford High School contest- Jean Adklns, Madge Brownlee,
number of co-sponsors of both "" ants among FFA boys took a Janet Anderson, Peggy Ann ;
parties. A similar proposal is between both houses over a first in Parliamentary Proce- Wiggins, June Caldwell, Marian .

advocated in the Senate. bill it is sent to a joint committee D dures against boys from Mill Johns, Evelyn Griffis, Merry
being Callahan and Macclenny.
which lard Winkler, Margaret Reddish
with
comes
Hank Drane, political editorof up a Those on the team coached by Betty Ann Flynn, Jessie Jones, '
compromise version that both Vo-Ag Teacher V. R. Ferugsonwere Monteen Warren, Melba String-
the Florida
Times-Union, Bobby Dyal, Doyle Conner fellow '
houses must either accept or Ethel Durling Eloise
quotes Rep. D'Alemberte as (and see what good the exper- Johns, Irene Cleveland, Mary .
citing these advantages of a reject without amendments. It ienced did him!) Elmer Johns, Powell, Dorothy Rivers, Wey-
is Shaw's opinion that small Shirley Judd, Milton Normanand ena Faircloth, Marjorie Hall,
unicameral legislature, in add- Leslie Bradley. Hazel Packham, Helen Lott,
ition to the savings of millionsin county legislators have littleor Neil Crosby spoke on "Soil and Muriel Crawford.

no voice in these conference Conservation' to win third Altos were : Virginia Sewell,
tax money: committees because of their place in Public Speaking. Ernestine Moore, Merry Beth
-- A single house would be Elmer Brown won second Knight, Isabelle Parker, Bar-
more manageable and less time- small number in both houses.He place In Harmonica Playing. bara Keen, Lila Rae Caldwell
agrees with the opinion The boys went to Lake City Darlene Alvarez, Sara Crews,
consuming, thus promoting bet- 'at a later date for finals in Nancy LIghtfoot, Annette Gun-
ter legislation. expressed by others that District competition. ter, Ona Demorest, Dorothy
Florida really has a tri- Judges for the contests were Payne, Gladys Williamson

-- Buck passing between the cameral legislature" -- the N Mrs. L. A. Davis,Joe E.Wilson, Marquerite Wainwright, Bar-
two houses would be halted, and H. N Fairbanks. bara Horne, Marian Brown, and
Senate House and conference
- Joyce Moore.
as well as the additional
heavy
Two new activities organizedby
committee. "You bloody -
expense- of duplication of bills. your the Starke USO-YWCA at Frances Powell, while a student -
-- The public could mOl'eeasily head to get a bill like you want -- _. 201 N. Walnut St..were a sketch- at BUS, had a pet gold- i I
it, and what happens? It's Ing class and an Outdoor Girls fish whose name was Timothy i
keep an eye on the leg- Club. Thomas Patrick O'Rolke. Thepoor j
islature due to less confusion, changed by a committe' and you FarmersNow Diary The sketch hour metonce each fish had a short life some

also because can't do anything about it," week and was informal that it thought the demise due to tk*
and one house J'
Rep. Shaw opines. had no teacher The class, weight of the name.SJWSVaW .
would be simpler for newsmen that the pecan trees have ed, and the road from Waldo to

to cover. The change to unicameral come out In leaf, we can be assured Gainesville Is in process of being :::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::':::::::.:::::.:.:: ...:...... ..
:: : *
that spring Is hire at last' 1; ::::: ::::: '::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
system will have hard sledding] four-laned. jii!
-- A unicameral! legislaturewould after a long winter of below- .

attract a higher calibre however, unless "revolting tax- normal temperatures. Of We hear too. that the Stat! :m|JJ NEW BOOKS .m 1:

candidate for prestige reasons payers" yell hard and long course It is .still possible to Road Department is planning t to 11j
enough about the rising costsof have frost in April, and we remember -. relocated SR-230 near the Trail AT THE LIBRARYADULT 1 :
since <<
there would be far fewer nipped,
one which a Ridge duPont mine to eliminate <<
legislators. state government. The crop of beans. we had but Toy the flO-degree turn of the:

-- There would still be an change would require a con- now old Jack F. must have road at that point. We understand FICTIONThe Berg; Mystery Of Island Keep.

adequate checks and balance stitutional amendment, to be moved up.north.. that a number of serious Hireling Macleod; Two Boden: Tim Mouse-Brook.
By Sam McGarvey accidents have occurred there, Prisoners Zttahy; More Dangerous -
system because Florida is nowa voted on by the people, and such as one in which the driver Than The Moon-Butler; JUVENILE NON-FICTION

bonaflde twoparty.state.. Speaker of the House Shultz The berry season must be at gobble it up and before long f drove smack into the woods Cop Out -Queen: Night Beat- Story Of Music Wechsbefb:
and President of the Senate Its peak right now, or near it, you've finished. one of the best Camp: A Case'' Of NeedHud To Be A Slave-Lester; Poem
Drane states that Rep. Gene and one of the shortest market desserts In this wide, wide son: The Road From Toomi- Of Thomas Hood-Cole; Huckle
Shaw of Starke is among the Mathews both favor retainingthe seasons on record will be com- world. All ears are turned toward Wibberley: Against The Moon- berry Hill- Gemming; Agricul
recent coverts bicainer.il, sysluui. They ing to a close soon. In that case Tallahassee now, where the Rushing; A Grave MatterD3- ture USA-Lent.
to the"un- both with plenty of berries st'll Bradford County now has organizations Legislature Is In session and vies; You Must Never Go Back'
icameral system. Shaw, he saysis are pledged: however, to available, growers will throw representing! two ot, several actions involving the -Cleeve; Rim! In New York

concerned about mounting reduce the size of the presenttwo open their fields for Pick-Your- our biggest agriculturial operations fate of rural counties the under LeBreton; Consider The Season

house legislature in an Own consumers, a plan which the berry Industry and consideration. There is talk of Merliss: Victoria Hamsun; 2,000 RegisteredFor
and also feels it
expenses, is has become increasingly important a re-distribution of racetracktax
the poultry industry. Berry The Brink-Gallery; Go Ask The Spring Term
unnecessary to have two houses effort to redursf spiraling costs. to the berry fanners. growers organized a Co-op several revenue, of consolidation of RiverEaton: "30" ManhattanEast :

based on population as now required Although; we tend to favor the years ago and it seems to the smaller counties and of Waugh; Omar- Blunt; At Santa FeIn
by school districts and lots more, The Last Starship From Earth
traditional two houses we be growing stronger year
by the Supreme Court. Tn commenting on the Tioga: year. Now the poultrymen !have including the all-important item. -BOyd. keeping; with its steadily.
There was good reason for heartily agree that somethingmust variety, which has been planted formed an association and it of taxes. We hope the legislatorswill increasing enrollment Santa Fa

two houses when one was basedon be done to reduce leg- here this season 'by a numberof will act for and on behalf of maintain the exemption of "ADULT NON-FICTION Junior College has approx-

islative expense and if the growers Luther Milliard said the many members engaged In sales taxes on food and medicine !- Baby And Child Care-Spock; imately 2,000 students registered,.
population and one on area, that While he was picking from that growing industry.Workmen as persons with moderate for the Spring Term. 1969. ac;
Taxed
Churches Be
Should -
but that day has passed. one-house system is the only his Florida 90 plants every other Incomes who would be hit hardest Robertson; Black On Black- cording to Clifford! L. LeBlanc,

"If we had one house basedon answer, then it deserves ser- day, he was picking from the are now taking up by taxes on those items, are Adoff; The Power Of The Unknown vice president for student
ious consideration. Tlogas only twice a week. He rails; and ties on the railroad already paying more than their Citizen Kresh; The affairs.
geography or factors otherHardly said ihe has reserved judgmenton line between Waldo and Gainesville proportionate share of taxes. Quest for Arthur's Britain This figure constitutes an Increase -
.
the new variety! until the present -the line that was part of Ashe: Webster's New Dictionary of approximately 400 atu-
.season is completed. the famous FernandinaCedar more than were registered for
. Worth It Of Synonyms Merrlam-
Key Railroad that was built As it is today, food costs are Webster; Score Better Than Spring Term, 1968.
Incidentally, we had some more than a hundred years ago. high enough! without :having to You Swing-Brewer. Spring Term classes began
Young people who may be nice berries this week. Alice, The railroad came to stark, have an additional four per cent April 8, and will end June :24! .
tempted to average sentence meted out was serves them whole with the we believe in 1857 and the line tax especially for those of lo-v with Summer Term classes!
a career
pursue 15 years behind bars. Using stem on, along with a little dish to Waldo and Gainesville must incomes who are having a hard JUVENILE NON-FICTION scheduled to start June 28.
of bank robbery such as took these of confectionary sugar. You have been built a short time enough time trying to make The House Of Dies Drear Persons interested in enrolling -
place in Keystone Heights recently cases as an example dunk the berrY in the sugar, later. Now it Is being abandon- ends meet. Hamilton: Behold This Dream- : for the summer sessions
each man got $3,030 for the DeLeeuw: Where Tomorrow should make application to the
should think twice before Young; Carolina Pirate Well-
time he served in jail-- Records and Admissions Office
letting the lure of such $202 for .,' or well done, depending uoon man: Autopsy For A Cosmonaut at the College, 723 West University -
ubi:: money" get the upper every year served, 1 _\ It's a woman'sJ@IJI@b the taste of family and friendsis -- -Hay; The Rooftop Mystery Avenue.
or a mere $3.08 per week. to use a meat thermometer -Lexau: Zeely -Hamilton; All
hand of their better judgement.In Based [ Inserted In the center of the Over Town- Brink; The Bov
fact, a staff writer of the on a 40-hour week, { thickest part of the meat with- Who Made A Million Of fit; Law of improvement: Your
the
average pay for bank robbers out touching any bone. Looking For Lucas- Beckman; best today isn't good enough

Jacksonville Journal has donea dwindles to less than ten centsan For rare beef roast the meat Bigger Than An Elephant tomorrow.-Bill Trimble, The

bit of home: work and come up hour if .h i about 20 minutes per pound or Ellicottville (New York) Post.
convicted and sentto 140.
reaches
until thermometer
with the By Martha Sue McCain
discouraging news that jail, as most of them are. For medium beef, cook for 25
bank robbers are actually working In County Extension minutes a pound or until the
of the
spite poor pay scale, Home Economics Agentvor thermometer reaches 160. For -
for
about ten cents
an hour.A .
bank robberies have increasedan well done beef, cook about 30 Sf

recent national study by the amazing 154 per cent according the Creole touch will like minutes a pound or until the
,
FBI showed fiat bandits hauledoff EGGPLANT COOKERYHighquality alternate layers of eggplant and thermometer registers 170. If
to a recent six-year meat with Creole sauce bakedin the rib roast has been boned. f y4
$109,191 from fiftyeightbanks nationwide survey by the FBI. eggplant has a a casserole. Floridians the time should be increased ,
smooth, firm, deep purple skin.It about 10 minutes.
throughout the country. enjoy eggplant dressing for
Apparently the lure of the "big should be for its size +
That heavy chicken or turkey-- a less expensive For easier slicing, allow -
might seem like a prof- naul" is more than many young well-formed and medium size substitute for oyster roast to stand 15 to 20 minutes 11 { t\\38

itable endeavor at first glance, people can resist. But if ( 3 to 4 incehes in diameter). dressing but with a similar before carving after removing ;
Avoid those with brown blue it from the oven.
but a further look shows that smart will or flavor.
they're really they
streaks. Shriveled and flabby Eggplant may be frozen muchas
the holdup artists aren't far- think twice before taking sucha eggplant is often bitter and other vegetables are.
-
ing too well when consideredon big risk for such small of poor flavor. Any dark, Cut Into half-inch slices or Vet Benefits : fet .
payas sunken area on the surface cubes to prevent darkening, dip
; Described
In
an basis.In
hourly ten cents an hour .for fif- may Indicate decay. Cracked in one quart of water contain- _

these fifty-eight robberies, teen good years of their life. skin apppearing across brown ing one tablespoon lemon juice. Free Pamphlet :: M. ,
spots Indicate storage disease Then blanch 4 minutes in boil- ii'iMiiail'
the FBI arrested and convicted _.n ii
At that rate crime
definitely which speeds up decay. ing water; cool in cold water. M. T Dixon Director of the Rv Lynn Hamilton of Southern Marine
sixty three bandits. The doesn't pay! One pound of fresh eggplant Dip again in the lemon-water, Fla. Dept of Veterans Affairs:

yields about 1 13/4 cups cubed, chill, drain, package, and storeat says that many returning Vietnam Many local lake patrols are stepping up cn-the-water Inspections -
cooked vegetable, or 3 to 4 zero degree!! It will keep veterans
The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH servings. are getting mis to make sure recreational craft are seaworthyand
9 to 12 months.
.. Information: about of the
.. Store eggplant as soon as some properly equipped.This .
possible in the benefits to which they are en- word of warning comes
l3tkB --i--i-7/ vegetable com- FOR BETTER ROAST titled. A pamphlet; is available from the Evinrude News Service never know how Important
ESTABLISHED 1879 4 $' partment of your refrigerator. That rib roast of beef you're which Is a Summary of Benefits Why not be on the safe this can be until you run out
Lacking that
i cover It loosely planning for a festive dinner for Veterans with service side. Now's a perfect time to of gas or encounter engine
with plastic wrapping. Handle will be at its tender, juicy conduct own inspection. trouble In the middle of the
gently to avoid bruising--it's best If cook It at a low since January 31, 1955 to the your .
fro... \ you Make sure you have the required lake.A
MEMtlEa ffh.BibI. y more perishable than it looks. temperature -- between 300 present time and Is free for the and recommended fire extinguisher should
Use within a week.Refrigerate and 325 degrees.The asking, by writing Box 1347, St. safety equipment aboard and be standard equipment aboardall
Give thanks: (in all circum
FLORIDA E S S eggplant at a temperature low temperture will also Petersburg Fla. 33731. in working order. boats. It should be secured
\ stances.-(I Thess. 5:18)). between 45 and 50 de- mean less shrinkage of meat, Dixon further advises. an veterans First and foremost on the In a mounting bracket within
a Problems qf inharmony can grees. Temperatures below 45 less spattering of faUn the oven who :have problems or list are Coast Guard approvedlife easy reach from the driver's
ASS 01 i 1T N be solved by a thankful, appreciative produce chilling injuries that and more even cooking.A questions about their veteran Jackets or buoyant seat seat.

'<. ))0 attitude. A ready word appear as water-soaked, soft, large roast may be cookedat affairs to see their local Veteran cushions. According 90 to 1966 A first aid kit will come In
statistics of
/ "'" of gratitude always brings a spongy spots.Eggplant 300 degrees, but it is betterto County Service Officer, who people who lost percent their lives the in handy for minor cuts and
response. All of us like to be may be baked In its cook a small roast -- about is usually located In the County boating accidents did not have scrapes. Special marine kits
appreciated. We all know how skin (whole or halved), boil- 5 pounds -- at 325 degrees. Courthouse or write St. Peters- life saving devices aboard. are available for around $2.00.A .
E. AIATIIIKVV.S., KUMoi-rublisher ed In water, or fried In bat- Since a standing rib roastis burg. It is his desire to tee that: The law specifically requires bilge punp or bailing device -
Published each Thursday und entered as Second we react to appreciation ; we ter. People in the Near East a tender cut, It should be all Florida veterans not only that you have one for each and a paddle are two
Class Matter ut the Post! Office itt SUirkv Florida know how it makes us feel approved stew it in oU, and in the Near oven roasted, with fat side up, get the correct Information, Dot passenger. Although not required items often ignored .by boat
of and desirous of be- and Far East sometimes stuff In an open pan with no cover, get all benefits to which they by law, youngsters owners. Both can come In
under Act of March 3rd, 1879. Let let with meat and should wear a life handy In tiirx-s! of emergency.If .
ing more helpful. us season well. no addition of water, and no are entitled, and this is possible jacket
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $3.00( ; Outside "thank you" be our quick re- Eggplant may be scalloped In basting. only if our veterans will work whenever they're In a boat.A you've ever run out of

trade area: 1 year, $5.50: .sponsc to every good that ap- a casserole with with oysters and The best way to roast the through sources qualified to assist horn whistle device or Is othernoisemaking also carrying gas. you extra know the fuel value aboard.of

icur.s.I bread topped grated cheese and meat Juat to the proper degreeof In applications, and diwem:! required equipment for most Play It safe and carry an
Page 10 TELEGRAPH April 17, 1969 crumbs. Those who fa- doneness -- rare, medium, maLe the right information. recreational craft. You'll emergency gas can.


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THERESSA SAVE 4 T r JI 7 Th\\


By Dorothy; MHlgPhono
4734318 0011


1L&i I Ilb
lOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morning -
Worship. 11; Training Un 1\
ion. 6:30: p.m.; Evening Worship
)\. 7:15: ; Wednesday evening
ayer Service 7:30.: with choir .
iractlce afterward.' ,
Attendance at Sunday School ::
vas 110 ((16 over the: enrollmentof ..,
u
94)) for the second consecutive _
Sunday. In the absence of

(Rev. Merle Packham, pastor '
|who was conducting revival aerI -
I vices at Fairbanks BaptUtI 0 OD STOP
I Church Rev. Fred Dodd i -
I brought the message at both:
( this Sunday.
services Quart WHITE..limit 3 w/$7.30 or mar purcha.ecl.clg.

NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB
ARROW BLEACH.
Meetings of the New Life Bible .
10-CI. FONDA
I Club for students In grades .
1-Lb. THRIFTY MAID..Limit 3
1-6, are held each Monday after-

| school Chapel"in the at mobile Hope"Children's Baptist LONG GRAIN RICE Cold Cups .

Church. 10-o DEiP SOUTH..limit 2 w/$7.50 or mar purcha axel cig. 12-oa. COCKTAIL

GET WELL WISHES APPLE JELLy. V-8 Juice.
To Mrs. Broward Akridge, . . . .
who/ at this writing 1s a patientat 1-lb. SOLIDS YIUOW..limit 4 w/$7.5O or mar purchaia..cI.cig. 3-1/4-ai. lYKE'SPotted
Riverside Hospital Jackson
She Is the mother of Mrs MARGARINE. Meat
ville.Merle! Packham, Jr. . . .
12-os. THRIFTY MAID...Limit 3 w/$7.SO or mar pu.chas..xd.cio
PERSONALS No. 1/2 Can AMERICAN OIL

Easter Sunday guests of Mr. TOMATO CATSUP7oi.
and Mrs. James Davis and family .-. SardinesMustard
. .
were Mrs. Marian Gnann, .
CRACKIN' OOOD..Limit 3 w/$7.50 or mar purcha .cI. cig.
Macclenny' ; Mr. and Mrs. Lon-
nie Davis and son Cocoa: Mr. SALTINES
ad Mrs. Jimmy Gnann Jr and . . . .
son Barry, Jacksonville; Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Davis and children
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Cooper Ray and David, Starke;
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Meres and
6.0. CROWN'S PURE
Irving Jr.. Lake City; Mrs.
Florence Meres, Walton N, Y.;
Mr and Mrs Donald Thompson. SUPERBRAND GRADE "A" FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE
.
East Page Palatka Ann;and and Twila Mrs. Robert Marie 6-o1. A.B. BRANDHot *

Cox and Chuck, Orange Park. Sauce.:. LARGE EGGS..2 1.Bath 1.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter SwlndeU
and family and Carl Fillyaw 31401. DAWN FRESH MUSHROOM STEAK

returned last week from a few .
days visit In Charleston, W. Va. Sauce Sii JERCEN'S 26-01. PLAIN OR IODIZED
. .
Mr. Swindell's brother Kirby *
Facial Soap 10 Astor Salt. 10'Napkins. '
Swindell, was the Easter week 60-CI. ARROW .
end guest 'of the Swindells, and
they attended Easter Servicesat I-oc. FISCHERS BLACK
4-c DUPONT SPONGES OR
Glen St. Mary. . .
S.O.S.Pads 10 10
Pepper.
. .
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
Sibley this week are Mrs. Sib-
10-1/2-0. THRIFTY MAID CHICKEN A 9-oi. JIFFY Whit., Yellow, Devil) Food or Dark Fudg
ley's sister Mrs. B. C. Powell
of South Miami who arrived Rice Soup..10 Cake Mix..10'8ac. *
Saturday. The Sibley's and Mrs.
Powell spent four days travelIng -
in Georgia last week. !Mrs. JIFFY CHOCOLATE
Charles Johns and daughter
Chris of Starke: Mrs. Rose U.S.D.A. CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED E-Z CARVE Brownie Mlxi0'FLA.
Estes 'of McIntosh, and Mr. and
GRADE "A" FRESH
Mrs. Jessie' Lee were Sunday 7-1/4-01. JIFFY While or Choc. Fudge Mixet Far

Mr.afternoon and Mrs.visitors Sibley of the Mr.Sibleys.and FRYER PARTS RIB ROAST 99, Frosting 10*

Mrs. Nadeau, and Mrs. Powell Lb. . .
spent Monday at Salt Springs. THIGHS DRUMSTICKS, BREASTS W/RIBS 6-1, 2-ai. GOTTEN PICKIN
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan
Jr. and Rusty visited Mr. and
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED W-D BRAND LEAN SHORT Cornbread. 10'POT
Mrs. Percy Sullivan and Mr LB. 59, < .
and Mrs. Elmer Fulghum Jr at ROAST. 69 BEEF RIBS. 59
Palatka. and Mr. and Mrs. .. I.S . 'e No. 300 Can THRIFTY MAID
Marshall Strickland at Flora USDA CHOICE W-D Brand Corn Fed Sirloin or Top 2-1/2-lb.((10 Serving)W-D Brand Quick Froien Beef
home, Sunday.Mr. 10 I *
and Mrs. Merle Packham ROUND STEAK a T.I9 STEAKETTES..S1.99 Blackeyes. .

Jr. of Salt Springs spent the SUNNYLANO TENDER USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS STEAK 214Lb. W-D BRAND ALL MEAT No. 303 CAN BUSH MUSTARD COLLARD

weekend with Mr and Mrs. DELMONICOS $1.59 $1.99 '
Clyde Hall. SMOKED HAMS STEW. . . Greens. 10'
. .
Alfred Underwood and Mr. USDA CHOICE WDBAND CORN FED 214Lb. W-D BRAND GROUND

and Mrs L. K. Childs took Mrs. SH'LD ROAST. 89< 1.99 N. I L. 2 Can RED BIRD IMITATION VIENNAWHOLE
Chilis' sister' Mrs. Tom Youn; SHANK ,S CHUCK .. .. e e $1
to her home in Tallahassee 59 10'Bean
) HALF or LB USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED N.Y. Bone-In STRIP W-D BRAND LEAN GROUND Sausage I
Sunday following a visit of several -
days here. STEAKS $1.49 3 $ 1.47 : : "R::
''S BEEF. LBS
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Phillips and . .. . 10-1/2.0.. THRIfTY MAID

family and Mrs. PMlI:ps' mother Quantity, Rights Reserved-Pnccs Good All Week Thursday Thru Wednesday April 17.23 I 10*
Mrs. Woodstock of Mlamf, FRESH, JUICY WINK OIXIC. .TORf..COPTRlOMT_.... Soup .
were weekend guests of Mr.
Phillips parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James D. Phillips.: Sunday visItors -
were Mrs. Phillips' uncle STRAWBERRIES 3 PINTS, 9 1.

and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Jeter of Hawthorne.
Friday evening /guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and
Rusty were Mr. and Mrs. El- PRODUCE FROZEN FOOD 8.o1. THRIFTY MAID TOMATO
bert Hersey of Gainesville.
Friday evening dinner guestsof Sauce.
. .
Rev. and Mrs. M rle Pack. FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM 16-oa. TASTE O' SEAPerch

ham were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Corn 10 69* Fillet 39* No. 300 Can THRIFTY MAID Pinto,Great No"h.nor
Packham, Jr., of Salt Soring e S .o EARS o e .
Mr. and Mr Percy!! Sullivan 1a-os. PAN-REDI Navy Beans
of Palatka visited his! parents *
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan Pole Beans 2 *' 49 Hushpuppies 387'12Cf. '
No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID CUT
,
and their son, Percy Jr.
and family, Monday NEW CROP FLA. RED BLISS Pkg. ROCKET

Potatoes 10 SAI.,S 59* Eskimo Bars..2/l. Gr. Beans. .

12-0. THRIfTY MAID VAC PAK WK
YOUNG CRISP Quart BIRDSEVE

hEATpackage ts..2 BL 25 Cool Whip. .. .. .59* Corn. . . .

FRESH FIRM HEADS HI-ACRES((12-o[. Can .2/79')..6-ot.Can

2 IgFAI) 39*
Cabbage. Orange J'ce6/$1.19
of family . .

protection. Our high JUICY FLORIDA DIXIANA Poly Bag Plus 100 FREE STAMPS

value, economical Lemons 12/49*
Family Protector., : .. Vegetables. .. 2/$1.

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':' EX..AA.f:f :! : 1
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: ..GREEN STAMPS H ::1 I ON?.GREEN.! STAMPS. :! I I I I d%.,GREEN. : STAMPS. j 11 lw" ..GREEN STAMPS> at i SUPERR ALL FLAVORS
,:11 ; N SHERBERT or
HlVffC: '1-OI CAN ; 7.01: CAN'filEX.-rAA. ONt :3-LB OR MOM.CUSDA /1If'
CAMP.C"L' LTsOLRAT "' j 1.. CHOICE ONll.... 'I S.L. W a O"ANO LAN ,'
: Pork & Beans :'I DisinfectantaOOO ::1 : It" Beef Roast : Ground Beef ;
::1 : ::1 : ':\:.' a:1 OOOO THNU :
THHU APRIL' 13 PHIL 13
I aooo Tumi APRIL' *3 aOOO THRU APRIL' :/I
.... ,, .. ...... ,Y : /I I Ice Cream
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.li a!i I'I I EXRA d'N>( .**GREEN..,..I..H.STAMPS.M.fv.tM.tl :;=:1 1 rll I I EXTRA'I dMGREEN STAMPS ';:::1'IEXTRA I I dk..GREEN. STAMPS. :: I EXTRlr.dyl,. ..GREEN... x. STAMPS.".. ....., '!:r I I EXTR/dN .GREEN,, ro STAMPS.< u '::
Half
I TWO PKa TWO JCNO 0' ..PICO. Ore, : 1 5 9
:i ,1.." DIXIANA' POLY *AO ::1 1 ,1.., AUOC. Oft CH.... ::1 Ii Id.., W.O CNOPPLDEP :"w a-L. "eTa" .: d !. : Gallon ,
VegetablesOOOO Pizza Pies ; W umminAumFoil
Steakettes
ShorteningOOOO
,
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1 MERRITTWILLIAMS 1:.i ., .. ..TMKU., ,APIIIL.....'. 3 '" 01 0000.... .THRU. .. .APRIL...... ai 11/3 GOOO.... .TH.U.. ..APRIL..... a. fl. TMHU. .APRIL.... 1J 1 GOOO. ...TH"U... _APRIL__,.'. U
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tiT, N. Walnut Street HinAAAna
PHONE 964-5391

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STATE FARM P6474 tilt ____ ( '

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HollingswortK Services Held P ...: '

Funeral Services For. Mr. Bylaska (? ( ,

Held SaturdayWoodrow At Hope Cemetery i'4S. ) CJ" 1] '; ,: '

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W. Hollingsworth, Raymond Joseph Bylaska, 87
53, died Wednesday, Apr, 9, following died Saturday In Fort Myers tti& ; Ji J/ ; .
Itj ( .
{, iC .ffJrfJJJiJ&i( ? .tfIj{// /C lltIJ'J
a sudden illness He was after an extended illness. He : : 'griJ .,
born in Bradford County on was born In'Sanibel Island. Fla. !
> "
June 13, 1313 and was the son en) July 22, 1881 and was a ;- ': ..> .;; ;';: :
of the late Willie and Martin member of the Catholic Church. >i: : :
.4 ,. ...,..: .
.
Gunter Hollingsworlh. He was a Surviving is one sister Mrs. '. : I 1

custodial officer at the Florida: Hermonia Carson, of Fort My -- .. .
State Prison. ers, and a daughter, Mrs. Jean I
Surviving are his wife, Archie Darby, Starke. EVERGREEN BAPTIST ,.
CHUKCll OF CHRIST CHURCII OF JESUS CHRIST
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN BETHEL BAPTIST! CHURCH
two Lee Boilings daughters worth, Mrs., of Jeanette Starke; 2 p.m.Funeral Monday services at the were gravesideIn held at CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH HOLINESS Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. CHURCH Sunday School LAWTEY.10 jn. Morning .. Sunday: Bible Study 10... m'; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS t'

Moody and Miss! Cheryl Ann School. 10 Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Youth Worship, 11:15.: Sunday Morning( Worship and Communion Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening ((416 East Call St.)
Hope Cemetery near Starlce Sunday a.m..
also of Starke Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir Practice Night service, 6:30.: Highway Service 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. nt.; Prayer Services: Priesthood, 8:45: ;
Holllngsworth. : with Rev. Fred O. Yerkes and Worship Service 11 a. m. ;
School, 10:00 Sacrament
Wednesday 8 m. services, 6:00.WCdneooay: Meeting, 7:30: m. Wednesday Sunday : ;
p. 125 northwest p. ;
of
five sons Woodrow Jr., Fort Rev. Edward Kirby officiating. Evening Service, 7 p.m. Lawtey.: -Rev.
Rev Robert D. Bump R. Bennett Worship! service 7 Rev. J. C. Heeteis, pastor 11:00 Branch President, _
of Lake L. pastor.
White; Warren City; Interment was under the direction Tuesday Might, Cottage Prayer m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Dean Hansen 9646278.
Wayne, of Starke; Robert A.. of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral :Meeting.Thursday. p.
H. Hol- Prayer Meal: PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPELSunday
Thailand; and Robert Home. Night
Sunday .School, 10 :Moaning NOUTHS1DE BAPTIST -0:45: a, m. Sunday KINOSLEV LAKE BAPTIST
l1nl{ worth. with the U. S. Air -- ing In church, 7:3 p.m. Grace Baptist church: a. m.
Force In Okinawa; one brother minors aged 16 and under to Youth. Service. Friday night Sunday School 10:00: A. M. Worship, 11 a. m. Pre-Services CHURCH School, 11:00: a, m. Morning CHURCH .
Willie Hollingsworth Crescent have a certificate for any em- 7:30: p.m. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. (Booster Band, Young. Schedule of services: Sunday Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training ,Sunday, School 9:30: a.m. Train.lag
ployment People and Prayer Service). 6 .School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wordhlp. Union 10:15: a.m. Morning
City; two .sisters Mrs. Edith excepting work done Ivy Luke, Pastor Training Union 6:430: P. M.
Dotxson, Clearwater; and Mrs. outside. school hours in homes Evening Worship 11:00: A. M. p. m. Evening Worship. 7 p. m. 10:45: a. m. Training! Union Worship< 11 a. m. Evening Worship -
Edna Sweat, Ralford. Also surviving or on farms. Minors 17 and SMYRNA: MISSIONARY Prayer Meeting Wednesday Midweek Service, Wednesday. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service, Wednesday-7:3U: Prayer Ser- 7:30: ,p. m. Mid-week Prayer
are seven' grandchildren. younger must also have age BAPTIST CIIURCII 7:30: P. M. 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers. D. D.. 7:45.: Mid-Week Prayer Service, vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service, Wednesday 7:30: p.
Funeral services were held at certificates. 1 W3 W. Pratt St. Sunday services Rev. Virgil Lovett pastor pastor. Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. night-1:00: p. m. Family night. m. Come let us worship together.Rev. .

3 p.m. Saturday In Jones Memorial Johnston emphasized that em. : Sunday School. 10 a. EX. ""., Allen Price, pastor
Chapel with Rev. Jack ployers of minors working with- :Preaching, 11 a. m. Training
out certificates, if discovered 'Union. 5:45: p. m. Evening Worship -
Bell Interment
officiating. was
In Conner Cemetery with DeWittC. by one of the FIC's frequent 7 p. m. Everyone: welcome. JORDAN MISSIONARY rfs
Jones Funeral Home la!: checks, would face strict pen- -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastorST. BAPTIST MISSIONU. : rrM"

charge. alty.Citing S. 301 North, behind Tas- I ,
the decreasing demand
tee Freez Drive In. Sunday
.
for the uneducated and unskilled MARKS EPISCOPAL:
.
School, 10 a.m. Worship Service
Work Certificates on worker both ,employees Johnston called and up-the Sunday services: 8:30: a.m.. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer '

Issued To 261 labor force to recognize the Holy Ei-chaiist. 9:43: Church Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. :::: -" ...,, ::.:
value of academic and voca- School. 11: Family Service. -Leroy Olive pastor; E. L. :: .... ......-......_....,- .. ..,..V \ / ::::
In BradfordIn lonal training and to take ad. Holy Eucharist, 1st end 3rd Gratis, associate. pastor. :: .. ,\ ::::
vantage of such various pro- Sundays; Morning Prayer, 2nd :: t; .I: "Let ut hold' fait the profession of our (faith 1

compliance with the Florida grams of study. and 4th Sundays. '. ::. w '" without wavering; (for hi ;it faithful' (that 1:
Child Labor Law 261 persons .3 < .. 'S ':' ..
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under age 18 In Bradford County; s Promised)
::
obtained work certificates In IftUee Ot AprilcBtlo Fo* Ta; MADISON STREET CHUKCH: OF GOD :..- -- ,;..-" ..... 11
BAPTIST CHURCH : i" ::
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1968. DeedS 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. 1 "' ':
According to Thomas W. Notice Is.vlO4.Hereby' 1' Oven, that Morning Sunday; Worship School at 9:45:11. Youth a.m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship. :"::3 -, .. J.t; f' .:t."<- .... .- 1.:..::.
Johnston, Chairman of the Flo- MR. LEO DeSUE: SR.. the holder Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. :'" ... v .. .:.:
rida Industrial CommissionFIC has of filed the said following certificate certificates for a Choir Practice Supper., 4:30.5:45.: : Youth' Training Fellowship m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7:30p. : !''J ': ,;:;,;., ,- Have faith ;in God He will lead us ;in the !ij
( ). the substantial gain of tax deed to be Issued thereon. m.-Rev Chester J. Siiouppe': right paths. He will never 'fail.' >:::
the past few years in Brad- The certificate numbers and Union, 6:15.: WMU Prayer Cir pas-tor.
ford County; is Indicative of a :years of of property issuance, and, the the description names cle: 7:15.: Evening: Worship. 7:30.::< A* the highways are clearly marked and 2i:

statewide trend. in which it was assessed. are as MondayYWA meeting, 7:30: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH .;.$ ,' numbered to that we might easily find our :;::1:

The FIC, which administersand follows Certificate:. No. 104. Tear of P.m.Tuesday (Highway 100 at Tlieressa) : t way f. to city and across 1 h. >::y
enforces child labor reg- Issuance 1961.Deecrlptlon. : RA meeting;, 6:30: Sunday School-10 a.. m. :: :. 1 Cod's word clearly marks life's paths. ::{
ulations in Florida, of Property Com. p.m. v'V Y
requires NE Cor. of NWV4 of SE<& W Morning Worship-11 a. m.
Attend/ church regularly and exercise }
._---_. Wednesday Prayer MeetIng Training Ur.lon.-6:30 t r your
e.r 7:30': p.m. Business! Meeting Evening WOl'shlp-7:15: :p. m.p. m. I. I Its J + faith in Got! #;
8. Church
Choir Practice Wednesday Night Prayer Services -
8:30.Thursday: 7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle k'>;
Sunbeams and Packham, pastor.
+ Ii IiThe
GA's. 3:30.Denton: k C

"GOOD NEWS Sumrall pastor FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD f:1: Church is God's appointed agency In this world 1.,
OF STARKE :: for spreading the knowledge of His love 'for man and 1:

West Weldon St. and Raiford #1:f of His demand for man to respond to that love by ::1 3
A Folk Musical FIRST UNITED METHODIST Road :::: loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the ::

STARKE SundayChurch School, 9:43: Sunday school: 10:00: a. m. ,'} love of Cod, no government or society or way of lift' ;j
APRIL 20, 7:30: P. M. a.m.: Morning Worship at 11 r 11:00;: :a. m. Morning Worship; r 't > will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold :
iC e:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00P. : so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore even from ::
MYF Snack 6
Supper, p.m.;
FIRST UNITED MYF Meetings, 6:30: ; Evening m. Evangelistic Ser\ice 11: e a selfish point of view one should support the Church 11
Worship. The Folk Musical, Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MidWeek ; i:. for the sake of the wdfari of himself' and his family. :
METHODIST CHURCH "Good News" presented by the Prayer. Meeting ::1:? Beyond that however every person should uphold :
'
STARKE Sr. and Jr. High Chodrs of Pastor: T. E. GlueyIIEILBRONN ; :::: I 1 and participate in the Church become it tells the truth

Southslde United Methodist .::: ...;.r \ tI about man's lift death and destiny; the truth which ::
Church, Jacksonville, 7:30: p.m. :: BAPTIST :: '..Ji alone will set him free to live as a child of God. ::1 a

Presented By The public is Invited. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16' N. ;::: : \V' \ ; ::
Jr. and Sr. High ChoirsSouthside'United Monday Jr. Girl Scouts, Sunday: School 9:43: a. zn .:.: '-..: \ ;.::.
3:15: p.m.: MYF Wesleyan Sub- Morning Worship11.. .Tram a ::::=: ., *:::

'' -"."- -" ",fcPlstr&t: Meeting in Lake.. Butler., Union 6:30: P..m. Evening her i '==:=-" ." v. -. :..>>::i'j,,' _. .. ? .. ........."' :';., :.:"'
; .....t """''J1 '" lJr LI t .., .. :
7:30.: : \lee:iaoTTMWvi-eek: :: Prayer Ber*& 74 .,_ .- f' : : W.., 044 \\NT1ll 1
Methodist Church Jacksonville Tuesday Jr. Gin Scout rice 7:30.: : ..( ., '" .. -
:::: .. ., "
3:15: p.m. Kev.. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor : .,. ) '
,
..1' ;
':::2- .., .v. .s ::
Wednesday Younger Chil .. # : < .. 9.. :
Public Cordially Invited : t) ...-1 :
dren's Choir Rehearsal 3 p.m.: GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH ::1: .,, 0.2": :
Prayer Meeting and Bible Stu Sunday School, 10 a..: m. Morning :.::. ::::
..
dy. 7:30.: : Worship, 11 .a. m. and 7 p. : .' ':

ThursdayChancel Choir Refrearsal > ni.- Rev. Fred'Johns, pastor .1.. ::11
,.
.. C.'. .. Adr. s..... /.fOll I
7:45: p.m.
NEW HI YEn BAPTIST
-- -- ---- ----- -- < Saturday Older Children' :
Sunday. School, 10 a. m. Morning
You Are Invited To Attend i I I Choir Rehearsal. !; 11 a.m. Worship, 11 a. m. Training.
Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship,
S 325', ELY 84'. 'to FOB
I 1474't ELY 100', W Line St. Rd 8 p: in. Wednesday night service I I
N 60 deff. E on WLY Line 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel
I: Crusade of the AmericasREVIVAL :1St.t Rd.POB.60'Sec., WLY 32-T-8-S.100. S R-22-B.60 Deff. come L. L. Parker, pastor '+ :r
I Name In which accessed ERNEST
LEMON ET AL. FIRS CHRISTIAN CHURCH "66"SERVICE {
STARKE {
All of ald property being In f FAULKNER HURST SHELL
I the County of Bradford: State Sunday Service: Sunday }
: j of Florida. School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship !
I UnleM Bitch certificate or certificate { GULF SERVICE SERVICE
shall be redeemed according 10:45: a. m. Evening Service
to law the property described 6:30: p. m. Midweek Ser
: Madison I certificate In will such be certificate.old to the or vice, Wednesday, 7:15: p. m.Chnrles : AND Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 96".72311
Street Baptist Church I highest bidder at the courthouse Reese, ministerBAYLESS I'
door -on the first MondayIn : U-HAUL RENTALS Tire Tru-ing 1 1I
1869, which U
month of Way HIGHWAYBAPTIST
I I the Sth day of May, 1989. Headlight Adjusting '::
: May 4th thru 11th I 1969.Dated this 20th day of March CHURCH :I Truck Trailer Brake Service ::1;#

(SEAL) Sunday\ School. 10 a.m. preaching Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and
Charles A. Darby
I 7:30 P. M. I I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Services:: at 11. Taming Minor Tune-Ups Alignment :
County, Florida... Union, 6 pan.Evening Service.tf : f
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Midweek: Prayer (Meeting.
:
@ 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
-.
Wednesday.. 7:30.: (Everyone :wel. =:. ;.::. .

come.. Rev. George 25. Cro- PHONE 9645899STARKE All Minor Repairs ;$

well, pester.IIA11P'rOS.
24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke 'fi
,. ... .",-, ...,,_. I BUILDERS
,
; CHRISTIAN
\ CHURCH \, SUPPLIES, Inc. Hlway 301 and 100 LAWSON .{
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn I
ing Worship at 11.: Evening ti; Featuring Ace Hardware *10 S. Temple Starke '
; ;IS' Worship, 730.: --- Rev. Carl MEAT MARKET ''
Paint
Complete Supplies
Clarke, ::: ::
pastor. ::;'f: and Sporting Goods AND COLD STORAGE ,:

FIRST HAMPTON: BAPTIST CHURCH : # "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialize in Custom Slaughtering j J

Sunday School ,::: Cutting and Wrapping- :
10 a. m. Morning 219 Washington St. 964-5270
Worship at 11. Training ;:::? MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Freeze :;

/ YOUR FAMILY Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night <': .y
: WHOLESALEPhone
: :
{ Prayer Meeting
p' 7:30: followed
::' 24-Ft. Wide
a :: FLORIDA
by choir
practice. Starke Nursing
964-7059 I
SHOULD HAVE Home service, 2:45: p. m. 11 Also 12-Ft. Wide :
/ -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. ::1 f: EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD

AT LEAST ONE CALVARY BAPTIST .1j MOBILE HOMES !

SAVINGS ACCOUNT! tag Sunday Worship School 11 a.10 m.a. m.Training Morn ::.::.: O TROL Campers and TraveltralleraKeystone COUNTY :::

Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Service ::1111' AOOUMCUC&

There simply is nothing quite like the 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Heights TELEGRAPHl..:

security and "power" provided by a fat Butler,, ,,paalrr.DEDAN 7:30 I: p.. m.-Rev. R. H. :S 1 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES

personal or family reserve of spare cash- : Phone 964.5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERS

growing, with good interest and regular BAPTIST CHURCH rr::11 Inspections and Estimates ADDING MACHINES l'
.
payday or monthly deposits, in a bank BROOKER BRADFORDABSTRACT
Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng .... '.;.
savings account! This bank offers "his "
you Worship 11 a. m. Training
CO. EDWARDS 1
"her, and "our" savings accounts. Openat Union 6:30: p. m. Evening service WILLIAMSJEWELRY

least one now! 7:30.-Rev.: Lacy Conway I
-altar. Better Service For Your Grocery and Market f 1

Airpark Baptist Church Title Problems Groceries Meats Feed f

Sunday School. 9:45: a.m.; Morn- ;:;- Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL 1
I tag Worship. 11:00: a.m.; Evening Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts ?
Worship. 7:00: p.m.; Wed BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys Edwards
FLORIDA Prayer Meeting!! and Bible Study .' Title Insurance.:::
7:00: p.m. Study on Book oi 142 W. Call St. Starke U. S. 301 SouthStarke

Psalms.
BAJLK 1 .A i T STARKEMember t PMtor. Everyone Welcome. Phone 964.7064

EVERGREEN BAPHighwalW CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE, Inc. I

Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Qrth ,ejt? >i of..
: Lawtey. Sunday School inatn." Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast lorida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better ::1
One of 30.Banks of the Florida National Group Mornlmr, II'IS .,
RdayLNBlght Service. 6:30--Rev: :: Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911 Yf$
} pastor. :::

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VI' V, lm 'fIto. Clreolt Court Of Tb*) dress I I. 142 West, Call Street Case No. BIS Olvldually and an Executor andTrustee ha been filed aeralnst. you. andyou TAYLOR, Opf..nlAn.t.. T. DotiKlKir.. 11)3 North ManRtrpet
Florida and file the
or. Plaintiff .
Starke. O. B. HICKS, SR. to serve a ,
required tIll
BMsinth Judicial Circuit Of under win of John II. are NOTICE Poet Office Drawer
New About florid. .. And For Bradford Ivlnal with Court the Clerk or of before the) -vs- GEORGIA U DENMARK: Denmark, and hi* wife, Elisabeth eopy of :your written defneif.. Tn The Name Of The Slat Of ttnlnftHvllln.. (Plorlda' 32* above styled on Indl.
DENMARK.
Couatyv: Casa No. .SEEBER M. DENMARK 4105 Venetia! If any to It on E. Covln" on. Florida May 21. 19M! : and If you
otherwise Judgment
May I 1989 a ELIZA
Vldually. and his wife Florid attorney for plaintiff TAYLORRealdencer
Jacksonville Johnston LOUTS .Judllr.
SEQNOn Plaintiff Boulevard. WALLACE DefauH
DOROTHY .
TO'' fall to di> no *
Colored Citizen T- HERBERT SIONOR, Defendant. may be entered asjalnstyou BETH DENMARK STEPHEN. STEPHEN O. DENMARK. In- whose address' In P. O. Bo* 1010.Oalnenvllle. l l Unknown mi-nt will he taken against' you
Individually
domandud lathe
for the relief and .
: O. DENMARK. dlvldually and a" Executor and Florida, and file the You. Are H..rhy Notified thatunit for the relief. demanded.' In the
Petition.
Complaint or band and the hi* wife, ERNESTINE M. SB. Trustee under Will of John II. original with the clerk of the .. for divorce of the mar. Cn-mplnlnt. and thereafter. Bald
Sass nn Sn rsfl=sflj OP SUIT WITNESS. my March 26. EBER M. DENMARK and STE. Denmark: and his wlfe. Ern..t.In. above styled. court on or before rln,.t." between. you und the ciiimo shall proceed Ex Parto.
seal of said Court Executors
TON on PHEN O. DENMARK a* .
HERBERT SIGNOR ,. M. DENMARK 1511 East April !If). 1909.CTTARLER Plaintiff INKS:! VEDA TAYIX WITNKSS my hand and seal
ale JOHN H.DENMARK
RECREATION NEWS II Water Street of the win of 9TCEBKR.! Can 8tarV. Florida A. ARBT >R. has been filed arainet!: v$3 of sold Court this 8th day of
!:
!
01llfQOll < CHARLES deceased.: DOROTHY K. BCHOBNTTir. :All Clerk of said Court t INRZ!! OVEfrATAYlXMt Starke
Mr. Jackson la: asking i all Lawrence Massachusetts A. DARBY :M. DENMARK and STEPHJNo. n. IWrndant. >Y April. A. D. 19B9..t
Deputy
M. Moody. In the
P. O. Box 11154. Charlotte I BT Beulah PlAintiff
Are Hereby Notified that all
A Clerk Of Said Court of Florida.
boys who have not registeredfor an action for divorce hall been By* Beulah M. Moody "Tho DENMARK John; H. Denmark Trustee. Trustyunder North Caroline Clerk .,hv.. tyld Court and[ causeand (snAt.Chnrli.)
4-17
M
8-17 file Your
Notified that to
'baseball, and girls who have All Deputy Clerk the Will, of John H. Denj. You Are Hereby you are required >" A. TJarhy
1. 19<'. an action to quiet title to the <> or the Clr-rlc of the circuTt( Court
filed and thereinlwlth
not registered for Softball, between against you you ar.required First Publication mark deceased: and DOROTHY plaint
Bradford
: 4.34a followlnsr vronerty In Of Florida All filed For Bradford Count.
to serve .a copy of your i 4.3 t X SCROENITH., TH TJ Clrcitlt Court In In And
the ages of 9 and 17, to' written defenses If any, to It' NOTICE O11e6UITAtaTot County Florida RllClith; .ftnlU-lnl Clrrlllt. In AnilFnr Clerk. of the Clryult Court Florida.
ELZIE S. Attorney t DENMARreResidence East H of Northeast U illNortl.et llradfnrd County, Florida. find for Bradford County Courthouse. ny Dtulnh M. Moody.Ctcr .
SANDERS. : :
register: before the deadline Friday on -* Tko ClrenU Coats Of Floe.tee OEORIOA .,. 'K" of .Section 1; Starke. Florid' 32091.! *
for Plaintiff, whoso adis.tl.rrrrrrrr No. nayINEZ "puty
.
Apr 18. You must registerto ). Blichth Judicial Clrealt.. IAnd BEEBER Unkn-o.M. 7>,0.>TMARK. In*. "'.Township South R"n"e UEa.t Case OVKPA TAYT1>R, Plain and nerve n copy thereof Barton uponmild 'en U b-3as
County.tt.rrrrrsaf.err
For Bradford Bradford County. Florida. WALLACE LOUIS Plaintiff attorney
participate. Recreation insurance tiff. -VK- -
will be offered.

ADULT CLASSES 1------r r r. ..rrr r r r r r r r r _
r r r r r r r r rr r r r r a_ ?r r
Sewing classes are held at I I I T ,

RJE High School .each Mondayand
Wednesday nights in the I I QUICK FROZENGRADE'A' I

home economics room with Mrs I 1i
Rosa Taylor as Instructor. Any i
adult Interested In learning to I I I I I

sew please contact Mrs. Taylor Gi
of .the Vo-Tech Center 964- i
6150. The Basic Adult Class f ii i

being taught each Tuesday and i i TURKEY i
Thursday nights In Room C-5

at RJE. All persons InterestedIn mm'
Improving his or herself I
asked to Inquire at the Vo-Tech

Center O. Walker or ,RJE teacher.High. Elizabeth I I I
DRUMI -
_
Other classes are taught ;at 5II
the Vo-Tech Center, Lawtey I I I

Elementary School and the I I I

High School. _
_

FASHION The Home SHOW Economics Department 11 STICKS i SUPERMARKETS i

will present a Fashion! 1 1

Show at 4 pm. Sunday Apr. 27 I I

In the school cafetorlum. All I ____ I
parents and friends of the students FOOD FAIR II OR LEG QUARTERS |II
II III
are invited to attend. QUALITY ell OPEN ALL
CHURCH NEWS
The Anglette Gospel Singers I _M S DEPT Of AGRICULTURE B I I I I

of Starke will have their Anniversary II
GRADED j j DAY WEDNESDAY
18 at 8
on April p.m. C I II
In Calvary Baptist Church The LB
public is Invited to attend. U.S. CHOICE I -5 I II

The Angels of Mercy, cf. I I I
PRICES GOOD THURSDAY
Jacksonville, will be at Calvary I I
Baptist Church on April 27 at 8 I LB I THRU WEDNESDAY APRIL 23. II

p.m. Everyone Invited. I ; I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I

Greater Bethlehem Baptist! ; I I I I
Church, Rev. Jasper Williams
pastor. Monday night Ushers
Board No. 2 and Choir No. 3
AZAUA All MEAT
AZALEA PURE PORK
will rehearse Tuesday night.
Choir No. 1 :rehearsal. Wednesday U.S.CHOICE LEAN FRESH

night Prayer Meeting. pit I GROUNDBEEF VBIG8
Thursday right. Ladles Circle CROSS RIBROAST SAUSAGESOLID

Friday night. Choir No. 2 and FRANKS
Ushers Board No. 2 will render
services at Free Canaan HoH-

ness Church Rev. Sampson ij_. LONG
White pastor. Saturday night 0000 0as FITS
1.99
dinners' will be sold from the THIUN
uno DRUMSTICKS,
h.cu
kitchen. Sunday School. 9:30: : ,jcl A BREASTS WITH
Morning Worship 11. 'Evening;

service, 6 p.m. Visitors always
welcome.
New Bethel aaptst: Churc!!,.
Rev. A. Vlnson pastor. Th*
first anniversary of Usher* '
PREPARED FOODS BY HEAT'N SERV. NOI l CI NOT GIANT SUT
Board 1 and 2 will he observed KELLOGG'S

April 25 at 7:30: with Rev. JohnF. GREENDELLIfx 1 KINGSIZEGAIN
Haymon of Penney Farmsas
speaker. Rev. Alphonso Jens ? SLICED
FISH CAKES OR AJAXDETERGENT
kins will Introduce the speaker % JlCAIIAGI ROLLS FLAKESc"
l
Ushers Boards from other OR IEEF STEW PACKAGE OF FOUR
churches. will attend. The choir
from Antioch Baptist!: Church

will furnish music. Mrs. Vada I 1.291 3/I 16oz

Dell presidents.and Mrs. Queen Albert, CAN

Mount Pisprah AME Church!,
Rev. George Young pastor. Sun
day School. 10 a.m. Morning
Worship at 11. Evening Service

6:30.Pleasant: NEW! "OH BOY" OPEN PIT
Grove United Methodist ASST FLAVORS CLOVER VALLEY JUNE BOY FRESHKOSHER HORMEL'S
Church. Rev. H. P. Hud PEANUTBUTTER
son pastor. Church School, 10 FREESTONEPEACHES DILLPICKLES BARBQSAUCE
ROYALGELATIN
a.m. Morning Service at 11. SPAM

Afternoon Service, 4 p.m.
Greater Allen Chapel AME LUNCHEON LOAF
Church Rev. L. A. Sampson & JELLY REGULAR OR SMOKEY

pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. 29oz
Morning Worship 11. Choir
4/l 7oz
Union! will! be held at 3 p.m. REG
Evening! Service 6 pm. SIZE CANS
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Bethlehem Grand Chapter of
Eastern Star Grand Session will!

convene in Jacksonville April 1 I ) GIANT LB I I
1217. Mrs. Alma B. Bacon, W. IjpE 1 1/2 It'I

M.168.I. .will represent Dell Chaper i I FOLGERS !i I&D, SLICED PULLMAN WHITEBREAD ;i ., v.J; FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS :


Tie Conrt Ot The Conntr

Jmtft.".' ID 'Mrnilford"' Countr. Flor."Estate .
n re: of MORRIS OFFEE i !
ATTERMANN.: Deceased.To i
All Creditors And Person i iI
Against Having Said Claims Estate Or : Demand. 1 j jI

Tau and each of you are .
hereby notified and required to I
present any claims or demand I
which you or either of you may a

have MORRIS against LATTER the estate IANN: deceased of : i 4/99c:
late of said County to : !
the County Judge of Bradford LB 59 j
County, Klorlda. at hie office In C
the court house of said Countyat CAN .
Stark. Florida, within six I I 0
calendar months from the time ;
of the first puMlcatlon of this i
hall notice.be Each In writing clam: or and demand shall I COUNTRY EQUIRI PIG OF 12 LB I


his post tate ant, and office claimant the shall place.address be his of sworn residence of writ the ,claim to and attorney by j LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER I CAKE DONUTS 29* I I t I

and any such claim or
demand not.o filed shall be

void.Clara' M. ttermann 665< ElSEWHtftE PACKED Y Oil MONTI _
A. Administratrix.c. t. a. of the MIX OR SAUCE CUBES U.S. NO. 1
DEL MONTE
of the
Estate of As executor
Last Will and .and Testamentof GERBER'SBABY ASSORTEDVEGETABLES
ceased.MORRIS LATTBRMANN: : .- ORANGE, GRAPE FRISKIESDOG

First publication 4-S. 1989.
4.3 4t 4." FOOD OR TROPICAL FOOD POTATOESBAG

Ceerf
Sa.Tae Ce r J dn's
...
Of Bradford Cooatr. Fiori. Ia FRUIT PUNCH
No.In. .
Probate
Re:.. Retale of SADIE O. All STUAINIDVARIITIfS 1
1fORRTa, Deressed. 8oz 46oz
NOTICE TO CREDTTOR9All AND JUICES 4/l .
creditors "t the. Estate tlf CANS CANS
,
SADIE O. MORRIS diseased
are hereby notified and requlr.
eel to file any claim. or demand
which they may navy alra'"at'
aid estate. In .. of the
County Judsre of Bradford Coun-
tr. Florlela. In the Conrthous
at Stark. FloridA. within six FRESH FIRM
the date CRISP CELIO
calendar months from
of notice.the first Each publication claim or demandmust of this FROZEN SLICED RICH'S SPOON BOTTLE IGHT WRAPPED

b. In wrltln of residence' and must.n Jpost STRAWBERRIES & SERVE FROZENTOPPING
tate the purl OF1OO
.
office address of the claim *
ant and must be sworn to br Bf P I CABBAGE I CARROTS

attorney the claimant. or It his will scent become" or Toll hls ASPIRIN

.
aeoordinr to law
C""rl.e M. irnmlftCBARLKS .
M. SCHM1TT. a* A". lOozPKGS PKGOF
mlnlltr"lnr'" tile Estate of 2PINTS
BADTE O. MORRIS! de *aw4.Kn .
...ne tT" Shaw'
BtfOKVE F. SHAW
141 War CAn StrN'IIter1
Att"mey t"r Aotml'etrd' ''P
First Publication March IT.
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Landscape I -


Offered Gardening At Class SFJC HAMPTON ; : Rind Gas Water Healers 1


"}lome Landscape\ Garden!* t By Mm D. E. HU1 ''fit/ N ; l/ heats water 3 times >faster! J I

Ingr." a course offered at Santa 6 (
Fe Junior College this term, G9"y w. CITY COUNCIL MEETINGR. Q 1.1. -.J Rivers Of Hot Water At
will allow Interested community ;
J. Williams' bid of $312.30lor
residents a chance to get nearly the old ppostofflce site was #
J COST
start on a bcaufcful: lawn Hampton. City ,, LOW, LOW
accepted by
and warden through the most ....
Jx1i'11bid
Council Monday night as
techniques! avallablc.BeJni > ,f"Tf;'lf; i
up-to-date
for (the land. Two other bids
7 For It From Your
Pay
: taugM each Tuesday at were submitted for the property ;

7 Will 1'.111..feature the non-credit landscaping courso;; and r 1 approximately 25 ft. frontage I "'_1 j Utility Savings ,
on the main street. Navarrs
landscape design, elementary Ave., by 200 ft. deep. This also a WATER HEATER INSTALLED -
plant propagation, insect and
Includes the lot on which the
fertilization disease! :!' control Among pruning,other and M Nit ,.r old jail stands although there WITH GAS ONLY $77.
is an alleyway between. Boltbuildings
things, a question!' and a.nsacrsescon 'NN. w.ll: be torn down before
Rent it for only $2.00 Per Month
: w.H, be held at each H V
property Is deeded to Mr.

meeting."The: evtens'.ve literature, Special forces Briefing Williams.Other business Monday night Forester Gets AwardJ. CALL, NOW

transparencies and slides!"' used] included unpaid property taxes 332 W. MADISQN
make It well At Camp Standing
in the course! SLADE GAS
worth the registration fee" aCcording and trash collection. Delin! Frank Lee (left), District: Forester for the Florida Forest PHONE 964.7701
urged bjr .. ..
taxpayers were
quent
: to Elliott Hendry In Service presents certificate of appreciation: for ten years' service '
Pictured '' at at the Jurnpmasters School being the council to pay back taxesto
; during briefing
: a
to Herbert C. Crews tow' at Santa Fe Tower
structor. with FFS ennan
conducted by the Special '
Camp Blending! last Friday keep !their ownership in! good
Classes! vrlll be held at the Forces regulars for the Florida standing on U. S. 301 Soutb,
afternoon (from left Col.
are :
school farm, located In the 2800 II, M. Hatcher: Jr. Commander Guard and an actual Jump Trash collection in Hamptonis
blocK at the end of NE 8ti. ; Col. Raymond, Past C Ransom from CH-47{ helicopters. only to Include cans :bottles their annual homecoming last!: '....._"'-"..................,.."'..'"....""'......."",,,....MNNIINIII W"'............"'................."..".../..""'.....-.."'--XINNIIINNYMIIMNININNNYNINIINNYINMNNMMMIYIMN.

Avenue.person. Director of Training Flor More than 400 Special Forces etc.. and not papers or fool Sunday with Rev. Ed Shine house
!': ? may register!;! by com ida National Guard St. AuguStine / troops are engaged In the exercise garbage. Limited space and disposal of Miami as guest speaker for
ing to the college or at the first and they will be joined on the both and
; with Capt. :MichaelE.: means at city dumpare morning evening services
class! meeting Byrne and Lt. Col. Dennis M. April l 24 by 400 men of the 82nd set up only for trash that and covered-dish dinner
Fee far tie: course is $3. Hanrlck. Third Special Forces Airborne from Bragg The paratroopers can't be burned, and the city following the! morning service.

ELECTED AT SJRJC Group Fort Bragg N. C. will stage a mass jumpof :has no way of disposing; of rots Out-of-town guests present !Included Non-stop I hot water!
about 150 men at Blanding Mr, and
Mike Wood, of Starke was The two special forces officers ting foodstuffs. Mrs. Woodrow
elected to ore of the: five; top conducted the briefing which included upon their arrival next week. For the month of March city Hicks of Orlando, (Mr. and Mrs.
cff.cp" of I'r' i!%!>.70 Student an explanation of the The public is invited to witnessthe receipts came to $878 with $331of Otto Hicks; Jr. and family of
Cover: :nert( A.oe'3Uon! at sr. training exercise now being Jump wh.'ch may be staged this from real estate taxes Gainesville! Mr. and Mrs. Gary Get all the hot water you want when and where you want it.

John' TM: : ?itCoUppe\ ) Pa- carried on In the area a display at night, if veather conditions and $306 from cigarette' taxes. Whitehead and baby of Pine For shower baths, laundry dishes everyt -ing That's part of what makes
latka: j\ : .:d Pi-! office of of equipment, demonstrationsDriveln!' are riG'ht. Disbursements were $520 with Level Mrs R, L. Birt of Gainesville electric water heating carefree You'll also enjoy precious peace of mind t
$233 in salaries $100 payment Linda Johnson who! recently ,, flue You tuck
Judc i: C1! {ii-riar. with flameless electric' no pilot light no fumes no can an
en the tree removal. $84 for moved here from Jacksonville
electric water heater into convenient spot even a closet or under a
any
street lights: and $55 for Florida Mrs Schenk and children
NationalLibrary League of Municipalities of Waldo Mr. and Mrs kitchen counter. And you get all the economy of sunshine service

dues and Insurance $38. James Broome and family of _a whole day's worth of hot water for pennies Ask your plumbing

Week Present were four councllmea! Gainesville! Tony Kennan and contractor or appliance dealer to show you the newest models
301 and all officers. Buck Mathews of Eglin AFB
April 27-26 GA MISSION' STUDY near Ft, Walton.PERSO.4LS Eleven rate reductions since 1957!
Junior GAs of Hampton Bap The average price paid per kilowatt/ hour

tist Church held a mission! studyat Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peeple / "'", by FPL-served families, is orte.third less
National Library! Wee will f I" +' than it was/ ,in 1957.PL .
HOW REfilNS AT 7:00 P.M.ADMISSION' be obsen'ed throughout the nation the Salvation Army Camp on have moved from the house on
Crystal Lake :Friday April 4. west Nat' Ave to the house
: Adults 75('. Students 60c from April' 21 through 26, arre '
"Jud's Alaskan Adventure" was next to Mrs, Esta Peoples, and :'
Children Under 12 Free with emphasis on efforts! to encourage
Individual! Americansto ; taught by YWA members, Mr. and Mrs Mike, Peeples; have 1=1 :.

Fill.. S\T.. '
:
more familiar with their libraries nan Linda Stone and Carolyn ? where\ Mr. and Mrs. Wes "' '."'
TRIPLE FE; \TrRE PROGRAM; Keenan Griffin: were living
Eleven Junior girls attended Mrs Melvin: Hamel ]left
local
Marking Library Week
the study which included lunch. Thursday for Vermont, where
Chiller of
the
l)' will be the annual meeting
year r
and to joIn'
Mrs George Keenan Mrs. her mother-in-lew was
of Friends of the Library on
Edward Saxon are leaders for her for a trip to Nevada California
Mondav, April 21, 7:3D: p.m. at j
A the group. and Texas. to visit rela -
the library.!
POSTFFICE HISTORY fives 1

FROZIN The Junior Woman's Club will In preparing for the dedication Mr. end Mrs. Don Thompson f t? i

.I sponsor the third annual art of the new postoffice, Mr' of Starke are parents of a son, r f .'
show with: all persons !In the Mary Williams Is working on a Donald James Thompson Jr., I
7 _- Starke area invited; to display! history of the postoffice Ju horn Tuesday. April 8. Mrs. ) ; ,r : If
1 r original!;! works of art during the Hampton, and is Interested"' in Thompson is the former JoyceConklin f
; week. finding a picture if possible: of Hampton.Mr .
11I=: D
: \ The public of all ages Is !Invited of the first: building! : used which and Mrs.. J, C. Sasser .!II ,::1 ,
-" to visit: the library and has since burned down. If anyone and son of Svlvania, Ga visited ,0 0I I It
become more familiar with it's has such a picture or other Mr. and Mrs George Keenan I 't 1 1g
I > :'0 .., sen ices and facilities. information would they pleas and fam.'lY' Wednesday last ': s ) ,I
contact Mrs Williams or Mrs. week The previous week Mrs. .
) ) DANA ANDREWS AW PAlKI Hicks at the postoffice! ? Kenr.an's brother and atster-inaw 'a, i f fj
Troop 70 Scouts FIRE DEPT. TRAINING ] Mr. and Mrs Hlrcm Bern t ,j

Attend CamporeeBoy Hampton Area Fire Depart anr.rf and family:' of Florence S. waW+
A WAANFR ENDS SFVfAANn RIlfAS! ',', ment will 1athe! fourth In a C. ,,'ere1.s1I.1ng with the Ken- ,> i l lr

Scout Troop 70 attendedthe series\ of classes tonight (Thursday Hans Tony Kennan and Buck .. :t ..
Monster of Alachua district camporeeat :: ) at 7:30: on law enforce Ma thews of EgUn AFB spent: '
Camp Shands-Baden Powell meet as it relates to fire con last t ivcelxnd lifre ash :his family
the trot ,
year reservation near Melrose, April ,
11-13. This is the last of four training 1 ,,.
m g 0N Scout craft events and campsite classes held each Thursday\
t !t 1n. pf''tlonsl'cre highlights :night for a month and has included Two DelinquentsSought
of the weekend. Wolf Patrol instruction of backfiring .
was awarded a second' place red control burning! map-read For DraftThe
:ing! humidity films controlof
on
ribbon for hig'.i:: score In Scout- Rr
fires and how they spread following draft delin > :,.<-
craft. Gator Eagle and Senior t: '
GIANT SCREEN patrols won third place yellow etc. This training course wC] quents were ;scheduled! for induction ;,. I r ,,, a
5 St will be repeated soon in Starke' Into the Armed Forcss!
: lNtoloe ..- DYING COIORSTEREOPHONIC ribbons N' ,
> to April 16: Medfard (too middle '
Accompanying the bays:: were according Hampton Fare on ;
SOUND Don Hardenbrook, Scoutmaster Marshal Willard Thomas and name'' McCulloueh and Robert t.
; David Montgomery, ASsistant classes missed !here may betaken William Bob( Smith.
Spoutmaster; and Robert in Starke then Anyone Anyone knowing the thereabouts
Brown. Interested in ]learning about of these two men !Is Q
fire-fighting: Is encouraged to asked to contact Local Board
attend. No.: 18 in Starke.
LEGAL FORMS.! Bradford

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Keystone Student African Violets Will Flower .J



I HEIGHTS I --- MEIROSEKeystone Average Makes Perfect At UFA 4.0 Continuously If Well Treated



perfect 4.0 (straight A) complete fertilizer (6-6-6) may

I J Jc'wI average at the University of Salntpaullas. known Violets more, be applied to the surface of the
African
commonly as
Hilda
Florida was compiled by ''
.coll. Once remove moat !
a year
S-nr rrsrss fl5rflflrnn L. Ritchey Dey of Keystone will flower all year around In '.
I of the old soil and re-pot plants

NEWS NOTES Heights during the 1969 winter the Delicate home. flowers from these In new soil. \V

I MELROSEBy quarter. How long will you wait for
Hilitesl
from
I By JIM Only 439 of approximately small house plants range
By Helen Egan flowering? A good flowering :
I Please) Phone in Your I Joyce Rowe 20,000 students at the UF achie- violet to blue lavender best, pinkor plant shuld be obtained from a
white, and they're pro-
ved a perfect average. These six to
cutting In about eight
leaf peti-
t.flrrrrsnn s1 rrrrnSPORTS students were named to the pagated by means of
CUB PACK 305 COMMUNITY CHURCHA President's Honor' Roll. ole 'cuttings, says Dr. T. J. months, but plants
WOMAN'S CLUB the Pan- Increased by 111111
pictorial report on ornamental horticulturist
AWARDS The figure includes 65 more Sheehan,
surprise practice: inspec- The regular luncheon meet- at Into several
Canal Zone given of
ama was The first Annual Sports than with: the University
tion of uniforms by the new students the 374 (honored t
rosettes and
ing of the Keystone Heights the monthly meeting of tha or
Neighborhood Awards Banquet, sponsored by the previous quarter. Florida.
Commissioner
Woman's Club will be held .
separate pots.Sendl1ve
Jack Laymon was the Church Women on April 7 at 'the Interlachen JuniorSeniorHigh Only 91 UF students made the "Simply cut a leaf with one ;
highlight Tuesday. April 22, at the club- To
of the March meeting of Cub house, starting at 12:30.: Harry 7:30 p.m. In the educational led School Booster Club was Honor Roll for the second to two Inches of Its petiole at Salntpaullas! are a ( .
Scout Pack building. Mrs. Frank Ilgen held In the School tached. Stick the petiole in ,91 \otJ
305. Following the Weaver qf the "Sheriffs Boy Introducedthe Friday night straight quarter. tive to light. \
and
inspection, the devotional Cafetorlum. moist sand, vermiculite or a r
Laymon
discussedthe Ranch will be guest speaker.Mrs. Insufficient light, ;
Importance speaker. Drexel Clayton president of mixture of sand and peat Dr. "
of the Cub
Scout Ann Liggett reports that will
chair- grow
movement. Mrs. B. F. Mlzell, Jr., the Booster Club, gave the wel- gy Kothhammer, and lived !here Sheehan said. Roots will format
dresses have arrived '
duce few
summer man, gave a fine report on tlw! coming address. The Invocationwas and attended Melrose the base of the petiole in or no I
Acting Cubmaster Art Kiefer from New York for the club'sproject many years
plants In a bright
'
finan-
Silver Tea, which was a given by Dr. James R. School. Maternal about four to six weeks and
announced that the April meetIng If you are Interested High ing the winter J
cial and social success. Neale Jr. of PatiOs' PresbyterIan Mr. and Mrs. after a small rosette of
will be the official uniform in seeing the new assort- Election of officers for 196!)- grandparents are soon to a bright CG
Inspection night as well as regIstration ments, please contact Mrs.Lig- Church. Glynn Rothhammer, formerly leaves will appear. Just out of the
70 were: Mrs. Roy Turknett, Dinner was served to Melrose of Fort The specialist notes that when
for the renewal of gett at 473-3035. approximately of now summer months. -Cotton with extra
the pack's charter. Registration DUPLICATE BRIDGE president: Mrs. Walter Grollck. 125 people. Worth. Maternal great-grand- the petiole Is well rooted the The best gives fresh interpre.

fee for the next year Is The Keystone Heights Dup- president (program chairman); Following the dinner, O. W. parents are Mr. and (Mrs. Clyde cutting should be potted whetter lets to the daytime costume
Is 60 to 62
$1 per Cub. licate Bridge Club, sponsoredby Mrs. Barry Wyman 2nd vice Parsons principal of Interlachen Wesley of Gainesville and Mrs. or not the rosette Is appar Couture of California
70 to
and 75 In
Joyce Stinson's Den 4 per- the Keystone Heights Wo- president (missionary chairman School acknowledged the Grant Rothhammer, formerly ent. a richly embossed cot-
but and
this is green white for this
formed Indian dances In full man's Club, meets every Mon ): Mrs. Don Wallace secretary work of the Booster Club members of Melrose, and now of Tulsa plus jacket ensemble.
obtained In the
costume with an explanation of day night at 7:30: in the club- ; and Mrs. BessIe' M. and the Importance of Okla and the late Mr. Roth Mixing MediumThe African ;, belted jacket tops a

their origins. Mary McKee's house. It Is hoped that any- Bowen, treasurer. Mrs. William their support to the school athletics hammer. Richard Wayne is also plant can be put In a dress with floating

Cubs demonstrated Indian sign one Interested in playing fun Beam Sr. was chairman of fie program.Mr. my first greatnephew.Mr. four-inch pot with a mixture of watered from panel.

language and Interpreted for the bridge will join the regular nominating committee. The and Mrs. Dick Logsdon one-third peat, leaf mold or rot- a wick or by

audience. The Webelos presented on Monday nights. slate was unanimously elected Clayton Introduced Carey and children of Orlando and M**. ten manure, one-third sand, and In a dish of water '

an Informative question Due to last week's small att- and will be formally :Installedat Fen-ell Jr., Putnam County and Mrs. Andy Dunk and chIldren one-third good garden loam. Is moist. The I'D SAID

and answer session on the endance, two tables of party the general meeting on !May School Superintendent, and of Miami spent last week- Add about a half cup of &upe-- the soil In the

requirements for Tenderfoot bridge were formed by the 5. other guests. end with Mrs. Logsdon's and phosphate to each half bushelof become dry, !

classification of the Boy Scouts. group. Prizes were awardedto follows Guest speaker was Billy Ben and this mixture. Every three or time the pot
Circles will meet as Mrs. Dunk's parents, Mr.
The Geologist Award was pre- the following: Mrs. Joseph 21 Mrs. Nelson's CIrcle nett, coach of Palatka High Mrs. E. M. Robinson.Mr. four months one teaspoon of a l In water very
sented to Mark Klefer, and Steve Dey, first; Louie Kyle, second; on April : School.
of Mrs. Bessie and Mrs. Donald Allfrey /
at home
Hdnderson was given both the ano Mrs. Bill Terry, con- Receiving letters and blue
Bowen; Mrs. Kennedy's Circle of Saugus, Mass. and Mrs. Peggy -
Outdoorsman and Naturalist solation.
white 24 boys
and jackets were
with Mrs. Ralph Barker; Mrs.Grollck's Garland of ;Parmlngton, N.
badges. David McLean was ST. WILLIAM'S who lettered In football and-or Florida
the
as though tax-
Alligators
Eld-
Circle with Mrs. H.. returned home last week
given the Webelos Award and Bingo will Ibe playing this basketball. These were presen- will be the first of Amer-
graduated to Troop 105 of the Friday evening at 8 p.m. on Klmmons ;Mrs. Beam Sr. after a visit with Mrs. Walter
ted by Coach Herring and Coach
circle with Mrs. Ruth Ohlson Wilson. While! here the group Unless Poachers Are resources to be
Boy Scouts as his father proudly Please inform your friends of Barker. Also recognized and
looked on and accepted a the time change. '.1 he regular The Morning Circle (Mrs. Grae-; awarded certificates were several spent four days with Mrs. A1V- exha u s ted.--.

miniature lapel In behalf of schedule of 7:30: will be resumed son) will meet with Mrs. J. A. boys who' have participatedIn frey's :sister, Mrs. Florence H. Coburn, the West

David's mother. on the following Fri- Williams at 9:30: a.m. Nighten- football basketball. Winters, in Homestead, and visited It appears that Florida's effort than a slap on the Mass.) Record.

Den Chiefs Larry Turknett gales (Mrs. Wallenius) wCI! or : points of Interest in Miami. to protect our fast din If we would
day.The
and Bruce Bannon closed with Altar Society will meet have a change In program and Cheerleaders were presented Chip Poppell of Jacksonville appearing alligators is not very forcement officers

the Scoutmaster's Benediction. Monday, April 21, in the recreation meet at 1 p.m. with Mrs. Ray school letters by their sponsor spent the week visiting his parents successful. Poachers who makea and support they other day we heard a

hall, at 10 a.m. Starnes. This will be a. special :Miss Mary Frances Jackson. Rev. and Mrs. Bill Pop- business of slaughtering alligators get o somewhere. remark that there is

honorary' meeting rememberingthe Coach Herring presented five are reported to have looks now' the in the world that

ROTARY CLUB HERE N' THERE birthdays of Mrs. Ida Gen Special Awards to players for pell.Mrs.. Margie Fink and son, of killed 40,000 In Florida, while ligator is doomed.Spring be overcome. We

( Local attorney Myron Pre Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Corn- try Mrs. Albert Holt and Mrs outstanding performance in New York City, spent last week they are also active In the to ask him if he ever

vatt Introduced Douglas S. Harden ell of Schenectady, N.Y. were Sybil Sample. Rebeccas '(Mrs. football to the following: Best end with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. low-lands of Louisiana and the putting toothpaste back

vice-president of the Title recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Prevatt Sr.) will meet at 3 Offensive Back, Johnell Smith: Wilson. Mrs. Fink and Mrs. Wil- Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia. tube-but we got to

Insurance Company of the South, Henry Schuber of Clover Lane. p.m. with Mrs. J. M. Wrinkle.A Best Offensive Lineman, Quin- BOn are longtime friends and Herbert M. Mills, executive that he might know

,'" as the guest speaker at the Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rel- Sidewalk Sale will be held! ton Christie; Best Defensive this was the first time they had director of the World Wildlife too. Harold S.

Keystone Heights Rotary Club ghard and Clarence Ritchey of on April 19 by the Couples Class Back, Joe Davis: Best Defensive .seen each other In 31 years. Fund, sees a day not-to-far- Season -
The Florence (Ala)
last Friday. PortagePa. are guests of Mr. from 9 to 12 across the street Lineman Curtis West: Most Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Buz distant, when the alligator will

Harden spoke on title insur- and Mrs. Joseph Dey and fam- from the post office. Heavv Valuable Player, Johnell Smith. celebrated their 25th wedding go the way of the passenger Spring turkey .

ance, explaining to the RotarIans ily. Mrs. Reighard and Mrs. articles will be collected if the Three Special Awards in Basketball anniversary with a dinner at pigeon and the dodo bird.It came to a close

what it entails and benefits Dey are Mrs. Ritchey's daugh- donor will call Bill Reynolds Jr. were presented' by their home Sunday. Those. attending is difficult to arouse public 6, with an
derived. The speaker cited at his insurance office. Collec- Coach Cliff Barker to the following Included their childrenand feeling in defense of a wild gobblers' being know the old saying

numerous examples, both real ters.Miss Lorraine 18 lathe : Foul- Shooting Award, creature as maligned as the Northeast not beinjr able to fool all
Dey, a grad- tion day is Friday, April other close friends. Congratulations Region
hypothetical situations, where uate student at FSU spent the late afternoon. Articles may Steve Coburn: Most Valuable alligator.reptile To most of to us be this as agement areas.According all the time. How-

I, it is Important for the Individual weekend with he parents, Mr. be sold on commission.GILRIEKINGSBURY Player, David Tomlinson; Hun- Frank Rowe returned to his ugly useless and appears to these superhighway in-

to.retain title insurance. and Mrs. Joseph Dey. dred Per Cent Award, Steve home In Tulsa., Okla. alter ture dangerous could a crea- Regional Wildlife signs come pretty

Sheriff Jennings Murrhee Lamar Hill Is on leave from Cdburn. The players were selec- spending a month in Melrose ranks as anyone with the cobra Imagine.He the. the Commission, a to it.-James H. Russell,

gave an.interesting Impromptutalk the Coast Guard Base in Key The marriage of Deborah Ann ted for these honors by vote of with his son and daughterinlaw rattlesnake and the gila mon, period during the (Tex.) Journal.

concerning the cooperation Biscayne, visiting with familyand KIngsbury, daughter of Mr. and* their teammates.. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rowe ster, In our misguided opinion. week of the

between the different law agencies friends in Keystone, and Mrs. John KIngsbury and Duane and family. However, as with all Nature's ed the gobbling

in ascertaining the identityof Palatka. Carter Gilrle, son of Mr. Football captain Curtis West We would like to welcome to creatures, the alligators serves probably caused

the four recent bank robbers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nooney, and Mrs. Floyd Gilrie, was* then presented a special plaqueto Melrose Mr. and Mrs. Duane' you and his Maker in maintaining to be lower than

. Murrbee", s tressed the Import- of Brooklyn Lake, had their solemnized on Sunday., March Mr. and Mrs. Drexel Clayton Curie, who were recently married a necessary balance.

. ance in 'Having accurate communication 13th annual Easter Egg Hunt 80. 21.' for the fine work they have at the Community Church! While he destroys fish, small In the (harvest

between the various for their children and friendsat done In organizing the Booster in Keystone. Mrs. Gilrle is the!' animals and other forms'of also cited poor

agencies in cases of this nature. their home. This was a EASTER SERVICESThe Club. Also recognized were former Debbie KIngsbury, wildlife, he also protects themin past three HEIGHTS

special event for the family two services In the Community members of the Booster Club daughter of Mr. and (Mrs, John time of drought. The alligator sponsible for a

OPEN HOUSE FOR since their son, Frank, and Church on Easter Sun- who have contributed their time W. Kingsbury of Keystone hole he constructs In the turkey

NEW GOLF PRO family are now out of the Air day were enjoyed by many out- and effort in .support of the Heights. Duane Is the con of Everglades provides food and He stressed,

Golf Professional Bill Ilardi- Force and living in Jackson- of-towners. and particularly the Athletic program at InterlachenHigh. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gilrle of water for countless wild creatures season is

gree and wife Jean were off- ville. Children participating in teenagers and college folk homo! Melrose. Mr. and Mrs. Gllrifl who would otherwise par- season as It clinics."S

icially welcomed to the community the hunt included Yevette and for vacation. The cafetorlum was beautifully make their home at Wheeler's ish. Contrary to general be- ing at a time AUTO

and to the Keystone Golf Annette Walker, Renee Magnus, :Rev and Mrs. Robert Moody: decorated in blue and white Trailer Court. life, the alligator is not really have already

and Country Club with an Informal Dale Foster, Liz Bennett, Michele Holmes, of Chattahoochee, were school colors. flowers and centerpieces Lots of people got up bright: aggressive. lie will not attacka yet Incubating. SERVICE

Open House at the golf McLaren, Joey and Johnny honored by the church officials, depicting the sports and early to attend Sunrise human being unless cornered er explained. .

club Sunday afternoon. Triest. Dannv Chanman.Jimmy and Executive Board of the theme of the banquet. Mrs. Services at Melrose Bay on or molested.As able of breeding Auto Repairs
Kuykendall, Sarah, Mi ml, Tommy Jenkins and Mrs. Quin- Conditioning
Approximately 90guests call- Church Women on Sunday Easter' Sunday Coffee and thus making it Repairs
Billy, Nyra, Him and Ken, a tourist attraction, he
my
ed between the hours of 5 and afternoon with an Informal ton Christie were recognized for breeding \ Transmission
doughnuts the
Nooney, were served to stands out like a sore thumb.At .
7 p.m. Mrs. Ray Farris and meeting. Rev. Holmes guest this wcrk. equal numbers of Service
Mr. and Mrs. William Burke was early risers by women of the Silver Springs, Week Wac-
Mrs. Roy Turknett were responsible preacher at the Congratulations to Mr. and population.Kill .
morning worship a
for retreshements.1EEI'G and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mil- United Methodist Church. The hee and other attractions,visit- PHONE 473-1404

: OFF!I idantri, of !New; York City,were service. Mrs. Richard Bruce Sidner of ors are thrilled to see evena figures Lake Bedford
Fort Texas who became Easter message was brought bY'Rev. tive
Worth management
The Social Committee has recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. two-footer slide off a log
announced FELLOWSHIP CLUB Bill Poppell, pastor of follows
parents to a baby boy born into : Osceola. :
Douglas Lutgens.Mrs. the water Indians wrestle
plans for the Club SHOP
Marvin Homer and The monthly luncheon meeting March 23. He has been named Trinity Episcopal Church. Rev. thorn, guides point to them with ler, 3, :
Spring Dance Saturday May
on ,
of the Fellowship Club was Richard Wayne, and weighs James Neale, Pastor of Faith! loosa. 15; ;
24, at the Woman'sClub. :Music daughter, Melanie, were in pride and our tourists return
will be provided by the "Four Memphis, Tann. last weekend held In the Masonic Hall on seven pounds eight ounce::. Presbyterian Church led the home to tell their friends about Swamp 8; ; KEYSTONE
10 at 12:30, with 50 members Mrs. Sidner is Mrs. Jo Reed. Ellam Gulf Hammock 2
Clubs." Tickets will be on attending the graduation Mrs. April : .: the former Peg- prayers. actually seeing a live gatoron ; SHOP
saled at $5 per couple. Homer's son, Wayne, from the and guests enjoying the< Baptist Church Music Director. their trip to the Sunshine 8.

The Ladies Golf Association !Navy's; Basic Training School. social hour. confined to the hospital. for led the singing. State. JOHNSON Owner

will sponsor their second card PFC Eric Garber was home The resignation of Mrs. Car- some time. Weekend guests of Mr. and and Creative Hair Styl-
from Ft. Blckford secretary was Mrs. J. O. Dann Included Mr. But as long as fashion-con-
party on May 9. Additional Benning Ga. fora olyn as Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Watsonof Kverr Form of Beauty'
details will be given at a later visit with his parents, Mr.and accepted and Houston Driscoll Interlachen were absent for and :Mrs. Wilbur Grover of Lake scious individuals will pay $70 Tuew.-&at. 9-5; closed
date. Mrs. Charles Garber. Eric has was appointed to fill the unex- Butler: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bryan for a pair of alligator shoesor ,
I the first time in many weeks
I V just received his orders for a pired term.Included. and five children of Dade City; as high as $1,000 for an
due to Mrs. Watson suffering/
There will be tour of duty in Germany.Mr. among the guests Mr. and Mrs. David Woodard alligator suit-case, you can expect MEASLES MATERIAL
an Gainesville store.
fall
April-May a In a
Fool's Mrs. Harriet Whitney of and family of Starke; Mr. and poacher to take the minimum -
Tournament and Mrs. Joe were
on :May 4. Williams She, too, has a broken arm and risk he does to providethe Florida parents
New Hampshire Mrs. Betty Mrs. Robert Mitchell of Tampa:
Participants will draw for par returned on Monday after visitIng : was confined in Alachua General skins.A had their
of Mrs. Harriet and Mrs. Emma Grover' and necessary BROOKLYN
tners. The tournament will be Mrs. Williams' brotherinlaw Kommer, daughter but Is home now under recent Issue of Header'sDigest against measles
followed by a covered dish din- and siter, Mr. and Mrs. children of Starke. :Mrs. Dann'ggrandson
Krueger, from Western medication.The features an article entitled as soon as Y HOUSE
ner. Charele Paul Benton. of New
Garber Enroute home Springs. 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Ken Howard Blckfords received "Let's Save the Alliga- has a measles Plywood .
Builder's
Orleans, La., is spending a few
neth Jennings of Odessa N. Y., congratulations of the club days with them. tor" that every thoughtful Floridian Is centered In Roofing; Sheetrock .

: and newcomers to Keystone, on their 58th wedding anniversary Mrs. Delores Jones and should read. It tells why where 173 of Paints Insulation
Purchasing AgentExtraordinary who will affiliate with the club which was celebrated on It is so difficult to convict cases of measles Electrical
oi Jacksonville spent Si Plumbing
daughter, ;
on their return to Florida next Easter Sunday. poachers and points out how one ed between .
/ the weekend visiting her pat"ents -
fall; Mrs. Alice Wood, of Massachusetts Mrs. Thomas Norwood has of our state's greatest assetsIs ruary 4. 21 N. of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haglund Ke'stone734886
That's Mom : and Mrs. Bettye Pitmen been called to the home of her ? being rapidly depleted despite Dr. Wilson T.

I of Hawthorne. sister, who suffered a stroke. Sr., and her brother. Carl conservation laws. health officer,

".M"' N for t the many' cent- I Following the meeting a songfest Hagglund, Jr. and family. With less than 25 law enforcement haps 10 times PRODUCTS"FOR

'she's saved ,,::01. :shop- i : was enjoyed with Mrs. Anna Easter guests of Mrs. E. W. officers to patrolthe curred but were
Several members have suffered Steinert Misses Anabel
I James at the piano. and Mr. were tate, the Florida Came and The present
pins: smartIj. making: every serious Injuries which will' and Mrs. George COlgin (new and Reda Robinson and Mrs. Fresh Water Fish Commissionfinds a measles case PRODUCTS

.', penny count Thiit's .v I SIorn. keep them from attending members) leading the singing.\ Emma Kelly of East Palatka, It almost impossible to for each 100,000 CALL OR SEE

:)' t the purch.i-iny" ; agent/ \ J ,\..- .1 I I meetings for a long time. Mr. Club members were asked to and Mrs. I. C. Robinson and do any kind of a job. When they Duval County 1 Build;
-l'I and Mrs. Clarence Davis wen Mr. and Mrs. Buck Johnson of do bring In a poacher, the as compared with ng
love .with visit
'we a Jesse Lewis in Brad.prdCounty (
In auto collision in Melroseon Gainesville.Mrs. than one case,
an per Supply Inc.
shop1 t and courts for the ,
Hospital William ,
most
'I cait and part
pinji: a () Sunday afternoon. April 6. Walter Wilson is. doing where in the
; : Inclined s.IAIN:
are
Reynolds Sr., who may be at to be lenient and 372-4844
About 200
bargains They were taken to separate quite well, following surgery
give the Gainesville,
the home of Mrs. Claude Till- culprit little moreat Florida
disease in
Gainesville Hospitals, but Mrs. Friday In Bradford County Hospital the
man by this time. Mr. Tillman While
Davis transferred later to many
was Club
Is now at home following eye the Woman's Saturday,
Alachua General where her Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay John measles as only
surgery In the Gainesville Veterans April 26, at 6:00: p.m. Price for hood
husband was treated. Mr. Davis Hospital. son of Winston-Salem, N. C., the dinner will be $1.50.It disease, Dr.
ha broken leg and his wIfe recently week with ed out that one Carries Nursery
a Game Fun Day will be hell spent a Lt. !Is being'\ sponsored by the ren who contract
ha* broken left arm and many Col. (ret.) and Mrs. E. R. Sim- Melrose Woman's Club and proceeds -
Thursday Apr. 24, at 1:30: p.m. velop some type of plants
cuts and bruises. They will be mons. Also visiting them wad
in St. Anne's parish hall. will go toward construction tions. The Trees-Shade Trees
their daughter Ginny, who
,
of an addition to the present measles
PERSONALSCol. spent thor spring vacation: here. clubhouse.! result in mental Evergreens

E\er uonder how :Mum does it how they will visit Mrs. Williams' and Mrs. David Nelson She attends Carson Newman FINAL PTA MEETINGThe Other & Azaleas
brother and have had the pleasure of entertaining College In Jefferson City Tenn. Melrose Elementary PTA umonia, deafness, ALL IN CANS
well well sister-in-law
she keeps the family so fed. so Mr.
Mr. and David Hinnant
and Mrs. Churck Erickson David Umehara of Japan Mrs. will meet Monday. April 21, at convulsive ANY TIME
dressed always' has the "extra cash"when Chapel Hill. Mr. Erdkson of who is the personal representative of Mlddleburg spent last week- 8 p,m. In the school auditorium.The Although many
_
it crisis comes up? Its because the former Athene; "Director: was of DuPont International end with their parents. Mr. and Palatka High School and county health Roses
for
hhe's a shrewd shopper and a systematic the Univerlsty 01 !North; Car: and is in the U. S. for a !Mrs. Albert Hinnant and Mr. Chorus will present; a musical have already LandscapingPhone

saier. Puts money away regularly olina. three weeks training period at and Mrs. Howard Morris and program. "Sin* Out." William measles 659-2165

the home office In Wilmington other relatives and friends. Turnbull Is the director paigns, there
in a savings account. where it adds up to S.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE A presentation of by-laws children in S. of Starke on

all the things!! the family need! DRAGLINE WORK Del.During the Easter vacation Winners last week at the Melrose changes will also be presentedfor not Immunized 100 at Fiorahome

BULLDOZINGEARTH the young grandsons of Col. and Duplicate Bridge Club consideration. sease.

MOVING I Mrs. Nel'on flew from their were: Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Officers for next year will be The State CARS

i KEYSTONE STATE BANK home In Princeton. N J. alone. lira Hillyestat place; Mrs. Al installed at this time. recommends that

CALL They are sons of Dr. and Mrs. Bachman and Mrs. Phil Krom- There will also be discussion' children over one Used Cars

I :I Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Big Chief HeavyConstrucflon Richard Krowell.Mr. er, 2nd place; Mrs. Roland Bryan of the Spring Festival which who had never CASH DISCOUNT

and Mrs. J. P. Vose, 3rd or the measles
and Mrs. Harry Arlundof will be held May 3 at the school.
"Your Friendly Bank In Your FriendlyCommunTfy. Inc. Sch ctady, N. Y. spent their place: Mrs. C. W. Hardy and All members are urged t:> :attend given live virus TERMS

:. ." Easter week vacation as house Mrs. R. P. Vogh. 4th place. this Important meeting.! It cine. This Is SELL TRADE
Palatka
: r- 325-7476 guests of Mr. and TASTE DINNER will be private physcians ; RT.
Mrs. CharlesWallenius. the last one for theyear. "' department I. BOX 90
There will be a taste dinner health .. 100 8 Mile* S. Starke



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with the young people on Youth a free truck load. The corded at either of the Forest
Night last. Thursday. The serv- GoGardening yield foreman of a sidewalk construction Little Trouble For HuntersTo 3 Woods Fires, Service's fire towers at Law-

LAWTEYBy ices were led by the pastor. Uid'Let's crew la another good No Rainfall tey, SR-IS headquarters, or
Rev. Davd! Taunton. and the source of topsoil. Buy Ammo Under New Law New River.

Enca Blanchard message was delivered each If you are force to buy topsoil Reported In Week Weather outlook for the four-
evening by Rev. Jim Thomp- be sure it is the same day period beginning Wednes-
fl-p klns. The revival was very type; as the soil on your lot. Hunters and sportsmen need ition outside hi. home state. Three woods fires during the day a quarter inch. of rainfallor
METHODIST YOUTH meaningful In encouraging the The operation isn't exactly qnly Identify themselves to be Thus, a hunter on a trip or a week of April 7-14 burned only less most of it predicted to

ATTEND REVIVAL youth to establish a closer relationship By Horny Sharp. as delicate as a heart transplant able to purchase ammunition sportsman attending a shooting 7.3 acres despite the lack of come Saturday in scattered

Members of the Lawtey MYP' with God. Some lawns are like some but It is a known fact under the 1969 the Internal Federal Revenue gun match will have no problem ;rain and windy conditions, accordIng showers. Fifty-year average for

attended revival services twlcs CIIUKCH,:; ACTIVITIES folks .. they would look nicer that different soils reject each control law, obtaining ammunition. to the Florida Forest rainfall In April is 4.63 Inches.
announced.
last week at the Lake Butler United Methodist: Sun and form pancake layers Service has Dealers are required to keep
Grace with a face lifting.So other There are no forms to fill records of ammunition sales' Service.No Temperatures are expected to
Methodist Church. James Wan-!' day School 9:45: a.m. Worship inspect now and if your which cause woes to green out, but a person must show including the name and address measurable rain was re- be above normal, the Forest

wright, Mildred Priest. ar.tt 11 am. and 7:30: p.m.. Choir lawn has a wrinkled and weathered lawns.If some identification such as a of the purchaser.The Service reports.
Jean and Karen Lee attended. Practice Wednesday 7:30: p.m. turf, give it a beauty; a low spot is deeper than driver's license to indicate he Federal legislation There have been 54 woods
-- Inches it is often gun nan, and Harry (Morgan star in
followed by MYF. treatment of topsoll. three a good meets are requirements set enacted in 1968 was designedto fires and 234.6 acres burned':
First Baptist: Sunday School The job is easy for would idea to dig in the added soil forth in the gun law. help law enforcement officials the western comedy coming a since Jan. 1, this year Forest
JacksonvilleBusiness ana: to Insure mixing of earth. Then week late to the Florida after
9:45' a.m. Worship 11 a.m. be politicians who are adeptat The 1969 Gun Control Act at all levels of government Service said. That compares;!! to
7:3: p.m., Training Union 6:30: mud slinging. The only difference cover such bare spots with limits the sale of ammunitionfor fight 'crime. The legislation being !held in Miami for two 111 fires and 833.1 acres burn-
.. the earth springs of or if can weeks extra screening there.A .
Midweek services Wed dry wet grass you
ed In the
p.m.. pistols, revolvers and other was not intended to place same period in 1968.
nesday 7:30: p.m. before slinging it on the lawn. afford it, cover it with sod from handguns to persons 21 yearsof unnecessary restrictions on giant horror triple header -.

: Church of God: Sunday One way to check for the dips the local nursery. age and over. Ammunitionfor hunters, sportsmen or citizens is playing at the 301 Drive-In at
and holes is to stretch a string Spring Fever Friday Saturday and Sunday MISSING:; Since Apr. 5,
School 10 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. rifles and shotguns may be using firearms for any lawful .
and 7:30: p.m.. YPE Wednesday and apply top soil to where the Spring bursting out all over is purchased by persons 18 yearsof purposes. April 18-20. "The Frozen Dead"stars Kingsley Lake Black male '
cord doesn't touch the ground. a good sign for the gardener and Administration Federal Dana Andrews with Anna Cccker Spaniel. Answers to

Directory 7:30: p.m.Highland. Baptist: Sunday Securing topsoil can bring out .. unless it's discovered that IRS age said over.that unlike the rest.rictions laws is the responsibility; gun of Falk. "Monster of the Year" name of Sambo. About IVi' yrs.
panhandling ability. Buttering the bark on a prized ornamental old. No collar. W. II. Billy Noo-
School 9:45: a.m.. Worship 11 your on the sale of fire the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and "The Human Vapor" com .
up a local contractor may is rupturing. To the neophyte plete the triple bill. gel. ItcIJl
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Choir practice this could be an omen of a arms. a person can buy" ammun Division of IRS.

Auto Sales and Service 6:30: p.m. Prayer meeting strange new disease. .
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. home were Mr. and Mrs. Coleman -

Parrish MotorsSALES Friends of Mrs. Alice Austin! Phillips and children ofMacdenny Chances are the splitting bark Matt Helm Sets Big Action FOR LEASESTANDARD

regret to learn of her falling and Mr. and Mrs.!! is not a new ailment, but the

and breaking her arm. She is Leslie Phillips and sons of aftermath of winter freezes. For Florida This WeekendFour
treated In the University Sunday.Mr. .
being Jacksonville on Delayed death of plant branches
SERVICE Medical Center Gainesville. and Mrs. James Hall an! also causes alarm. beautiful kiss and kill Motion Picture Code rating

PARTS Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Borrells children of Maxvllle \spent Sun- girls, Elke Sommer, Tina Louise Martin even! does his own OIL

and sons of Fort Lauderdalewere day with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jack Frost's havoc may not Sharon Tate and Nancy falls and fights.

Always Good Used Cars visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. Clark. show up until weeks or months 'Kwan give Dean Martin a help- Gold found this time in a

421) Laura St. Ph. 356-56S4 V. Duck and family last week. !Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse after the chilling winds have ing hand In "The Wrecking grave but recently dug to receive SERVICE STATION
Mrs. T. L. Wainwright returned were Sunday visitors of Mr. given way to tropical breezes. Crew" playing Sunday, Monday the remains of the guestof
last week from a visit and Mrs. C. F. Miles In Lake! and Tuesday April 19-21. at honor at a boot hill necktie

FfTRir MOTORS with Jack Walnwrlght and family Butler. If you're not sure of an ailment the Florida Theatre. party again is at the bottomof

In Waycross. Ga. Jack and Mrs. Joyce Futch of Glrard!, on your plants, it's always Thc[ < Wrecking Crew" is the It all in "Support Your Local

children spent I!< the weekend Ga. spent the weekend at her a good idea to check the fourth Matt Helm Adventure, Sheriff" spoofy Western playing PHONE

PEAVY BrothersElectric with his: mother and Louie Lee, home here. symptoms with your local plant spiced with plenty of girls and Friday and Saturday April 18-

of Tallahassee, was a Sunde.y Mrs. Ernest Wells and Mrs. specialist or county agent. Or stolen gold reportedly in greater 19, at the Florida. Along with
Co., visitor. Joe Dorko spent Thursday In you may send a plant specimen abundance than ever. The it is a Martin and Lewis oldie 964-5132

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Money- Gainesville.Mr. to the Plant Pathology Department Technicolor film Is a Columbia "Sailor Beware."

Electric MotorsSold ham of Atlanta. Ga. are visitingMr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson Agricultural Experiment Pictures Release reserved for James Garner, Joan Haskett,

Serviced Repaired and Mrs. J. C. Knight end: attended the Holiday On Ice Stations University; of mature audiences under the new the venerable star Walter Brenx -
Generators Starters Armature family.Mr. Show In Jacksonville on Sunday. Florida Gainesville. -
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Rewinding. and Mrs. Howard Colterof "' --' :- CARL BEGGS

4t14 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 Minden Ontario Canada, !
who have spent .several months Gulf ServiceUSED

MUSIC visiting points of Interest In -vviEL1 i' : { _: I : PARTS

Florida and relatives and Top Prices for Wrecked Can
friends here, left Sunday for I -_ 24 Hour Wrecker Service

Paulus Music Co. their home. Fuel Oil -
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee. Karen --
Band & String Instruments, Vied Can -
-
and John were dinner guestsof USED!: VACUUM cleaners reccnd.tlor.ed I ;
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers Mr. and Mrs. O, L. Peterson New Innersprings PUMPS : $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue Hwy. $01 N. Walde
AD RATES I and Box SpringsDrop 488-1*"
CLASSIFIED
School Supplies-Instruction In Arlington on Sunday.Mr. NEW AND USED __ rame. brands: to choose from INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

Roberts Recorders and Mrs. James Anders' Up to 15 word. _.__... 1.25 Us A Card or Call SALESPARTSiSERVICEDeep Parts & excellent repairs -al Fire Homeowner
:Music Library-Expert and family of Palatka spent (Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-9108 & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of MUST SACRIFICE E. Lau-

Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs. O. 7. I MRS. PEGGY SHALLER Water Softeners & Filter Vacuums 712 N. Main/ Oalnesvllle LIFE & ACCIDENT ra St. 2 bedrooms, concrete.
Repair Department Anders. Each: word over 15 __ .07 209 E. Adkina St. Expert Service On 376-7110. tfchf Keystone Height 475-4992 block. Low down payment, balance
41 E. Duval St. 355-8447 Norman Ernest and Eavl Furniture Repaired $50 per month.
Starling of Lakeland were v-- Extra charge If not Upholstered & Refinished All Makes DID YOU KNOW it's easy tOwn BILL POWELL, Broker
paid In advance .35
? Plumbing Service MEN WANTED Men cottage 964-6464
Itlng their father Joe Starling a Loi.gchamp Home?
MATTRESSES REBUILTStarke
PIANOS who Is: ill at :home, over the Phone 964-7061 Better built for r ,rMa llv parents age over 21. Starting CHICKEN FARM for lease. 15.-
Memorial Resolution Agent $295 month) promotion opportunities
weekend. DURRANCE PUMP ing.. Yow plant or our. pay
YAMAHA PIANOS HASTINGS MATI'RESS and regular in- 000 capacity automatic feeder

CONN and KIMBALLORGANS Smith Visiting and! Mr.children and Mrs.over A.tie Q. 7 cent per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. Your fO.d lot Mitchell or ours. phone Contact C64 Bu; creases in pay. 8 hour day 5 system nest and egg cooler.T. .

710 Lemon St. PaUUu day week sick: leave vacations W. Baker and Sons, Lake
weekend were !Mrs. Clyde Star 6333. P. 0 Box 238. Stark<
ling and three grandchildren of CARDS OF THANKS INSURANCEAT t.f,:..... state ;retirement. If interested Geneva. 4tchg 4-17
REDUCED RATES please apply in person Personnel
Avon Park. BO words or less ___ I.CO IF WE DON'T HAVE ITwel1
AUTO FIRE, BOAT Sunland Training Cen
Manager
Sumpter Harley of Philadelphia i it for Office
MARY get you
DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S Gainesville. Fla.
Pa. Is visiting relatives Each word over BO __ .07 ter. Supplies, Furniture Equip
4 INSURANCE AGENCY An equal opportunity employer -
here. Bradford County
ment. -
tch. .
SUN SPORTS
Kenny Terre] of Gainesville OFFICIAL Telegraph.

spent the weekend with his INSPECTION STATION CARTJR ED WAINWRIGHT

grandmother, Mrs. Joe Dorko. Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30 P. M. BAIRDMobile MOORH BOAT TOR AGENCY CITGO

Mrs. Thelma Kelly of Gainesville Except: : Saturday 8-12 Noon YOUR MONEY

KIMBALL "SWINGER" and Mrs. Darrell Thanet HILL'S GARAGEKeystone PAINTS Hones Starke Ph. M4-B791 I, For All Your Have desirable location

ORGANS of Kensington Md. visited! Mr. NEW and USED Insurance NeedsSpecializing available in this area.
Rooseveltlall3888519: and Mrs. H. C. Kelly Thursday : Height 8-10-12 Wide Truck load discount prices in
afternoon.Mrs. Telephone 473-4465 T02 K. Mri-wnle-. Hunter Flshl.-j Boats by Ca- Mobile Home Insurance Paid training program.
avail-
B. L. WilWson. granddaughters Good Quality I Starke 964-6818 Financial assistance
WESTERN STOKELITTLE ccl Craft 12' 14' 189.00 up. Ph.
Debbie and Sherrell FOR RENT: TV sets baby Reasonably Priced I able.
beds elec. guitars, amplifiers, NEW
Napier, and their father Joe Gainesville 378-2785 ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. I Excellent TBA program.For .
refrigerators: day or week. DA- I
DUDE Napier, were Sunday dinner HMER'S 9647923. tf-chg Serviced Guaranteed and FOR SALE Hay Coastal File Folders complete line office further informationand
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Delivered In Starke Area I and Bahla. highly fertilized no I, IUPplle.The Telegraph confidential interview

Western Store Wilklson In Mayo. TRAILER LOTS Do-It-Yourself I i ia NO EXTRA COST rain. J. M. Edwards, phone 964. Phone 9646305. please call 376-9790, Gain-
Mrs. L. H. Hinote of Miamiis
spending few days with Mrs. LAKE ACCESS US 441 N. 4501 NW 13th I 5403, Starke. tfchg ;I WANTED: Used WringerWasher. esville.

Western Clothing Leather- Gainesville 378-2785 Will pay cash or take in
O. J. Phillips. She was accompanIed Down Month SEAMLESS II IIR4lrcAtt.
$15
goods, Saddles and Trailers by Mrs. Senterflte and $15 I IJ trade on anything DAHMER'S. ZIG ZAG FOR $43

Charles & Sharon Patty Mrs. F. Davis of Miami who Lake Lots $2500 Up SEWING MACHINES I 7lie ..,nc,. I:, 964-7923. tf-chg I II SEWING MACHINE: Guaranteed -

802 S. Edrcvood 884-1210 were overnight guests of Mrs. -Investment Properties.- FLOORING a i Largest selections from /which : Does everything, makes

Phillips.! Also visiting! In theIt's S. E. McKAY to choose. Pfaff Necchl Nelco I WILL BUY: Used Appliances, I buttonholes. sews on buttons.
New Home & Universal. Furniture, TV's Stereos any-: Zlg-Zags. makes design, etc.
Realtor-Appraiser REPAIR ALL MAKES. Near Livestock Market thing of value. DAHMER'S. Pay balance $43 at $8 per

WE MAKE GainesvilleVaccinate I month. Phone COLLECT, Jack-
Keystone Hta. 473-4816 National LAWN MOWER Repair Sex-
Sewing
day.
Now For: sonville 353.1946 night or
vice for all type mowers. NAPA
New. SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned KEYSMEN Mach'ne Co., Horses Sleeping Sick parts. O'Neals Shell Station Sewing Will deliver Center no, 1606 obligation.:Main St.A-l

oiled and adjusted In your 811 W. University Ave. 378-1355 ness Cattle Blackleg 435 E. Madison St. 4tp 4-24 4t chg 5-1
home, 93.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs & Mal. Edema
GainesvilleNo.
also. All work guaranteed. Drenches & Vaccines FOR RENT Urfurnished. 3

THE NEW, EASY WAY TO DO Dennis E, Coggliu Phone 431- WANTED! Laundry 900 Retirement Special. Lowest Prices ; bedroom house in country. Also WOODROW BOZEMAN SHOP

1428. tfchg workers, Kitchen aids laborers 5 furnished. apartment in Starke. LAWNMOWER
Frame bui.galow rooms i STARKE
YOUR SHOPPING cottage parent, watch NeUman.tfchg 135 N. TEMPLE
bath, porch Newly painted. W. H. PHONE 964-589*
man cook. and clerics ground Nice fenced lot. Just $6.000. MOTEL ROOMS for rent by 4tp 5-1
keeper truck driver. Five FOR SALE 1966 Honda 3-90.
Brown week. Very lowest rates. Under.
day week, eight hour day., No. 803 Cattle Ranch 80 ,acres wood Motel. 964-6985. tfchg Excellent condition. For Information -j
DRIVE-IN SHOPPING State retirement, vacations,, close in. Rustic home -Modern call 964-5723. 4tchg 4-24 TYPEWRITERS: Manual or

sick leave.If Interested, please kitchen -pecans and fruit. STARKE 301 NURSERY Electric. For sale or rent.

W 3 apply in peraon Personnel 35500. Terms. Living plants for lasting plea WANTEDGas i Bradford County TeleiTaph.

You Drive-In We'llDo Manager Sunland Training Strout Realty sure. Roses' Camellias. CltrtM MODEL STEREO
- CONSOLE
Center, OaJnesvllle, Fla. Reg. Broker
[VolkswagenlJew on Trifoliate root. Azaleas 8 I Automatic record
An equal opportunity employer. 2117 N. Temple Ave.Sta.rke. for $1.00.ADDING. Station Attendant LIKE NEW:

The Serving. : & Used I/) Fla. Full time. All fringe ben- changer multi-speed. Balanceof month
$8 per
tfehg I : $68. or assume
Ph. 961-6609 MACHINES Manual good
Service \WJ : I efits, good hours, payments. Phone COLLECT
or electric. For sale or for
call 782-9827
BOWLING'SDriveIn SEVERAL GOOD USES Adding Pay Jacksonville 353-1946. night or
Ml. North of Tire Mall rert. Add. subtract credit bal
Machines Interview.
for aal1l elec Personal day. Will! deliver, no obligation.
GAINESVILLEFOR rica; subtraction. credit bal. CAMPER i ance. .Bradford County: Tele. I A-l Music Center 1608

ance. Bradford County 1'el.- raph. Main St. 4t Chg 5-1
Curb Market graph tf
I SALES I WANTED Relief Cook. Cool

alary good working condl-
SALE Concrete block FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE
And GroceriesNow house; 3 bedroom 1 bath cen- ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom 2420 Waldo Road t'cms. Apply Longhorn Reatau-. S. & J. MOBILE
301 South. tfchg
tral heat. It air-conditioning. Cor- 2 bath. Located just' Gainesville 376-0691 rant.

ner lot. Phone 964-5367. tfohg outside of city limits in i Authorized Dealer FOR SALE- Coldspot refrigerator HOME SALES

Plnebreeze. Easy monthly I "Starcraft" "Dreamer" piston type water pump.
offers this service in full line FOR SALE LOTS Sampson
a terms. Longchamp Const Co. "Wheel Camper" Admiral 21" T. V. David Gun- 2 Bedroom Homes

of groceries, cold cuts frozen foods Lake. SOft. frontage $2,000. call Contact B.fold Mitchell, Travel Trailers Truck ter. Starke. Call 964-5095 after
Jim Rowe, 1-305-3224948.: San- pone 964-6853 P O. :Box Campers Fold Downs 4 p.m. lIP From $3,995
drinks ice milk bread ford. 6tp 5-8
cream ?1ft Starke ttd'q SALES A SERVICE
IRISH SETTER puppies for Easy Terms -
pastries, etc. FOR RENT 12 wide 2 ,bed- HELP WANTED on layer farm. sals. Phone 533-2136. Itp Four Bedroom. 3 Bath Central

room trailer just outside city Woman referred. R. J. Centil- FOR SALE Azalea Restaurant Heat and Air. Two Story Brick 4505 N. W. 13th St.

limits. Call 964- IU. J. B. White. man, Morgan Church Road. S. and 5 incomplete rooms. FOR RENT -Furnished mobile I across from 9th bole at Country 3160820GAINESYII.LE
tfchg 233. tfchg Also 3 1-2 acres on 301 South. home good location. 337 N. Club. Fish Pond and other Interesting Phone

I OPENING SPECIAL No .reasonable: offer refund.hae : .. Walnut St. Gladys Harrington. I feature. $30,000. Call FLA.
wheel truck driver -
WANTED10 CERAMIC GREENWARE Fridays ttehg
?! ( 964-6985. tfch 964-7978 for appointment to .efl.
Bradford Engineering Co. only. Costello, 611 Pinewood -
I FOREMOST Phone 964-5403. tfchg Drive. Ph. 964-5232. Itchg FOR SALE-Brick house; 3 bedroom LOST Small red billfold in SEVERAL ITEMS for sale. FOR SALE-15' Fiberglas Sea-
carpeted nearly vicinity' of Post Office! or Wlnn Up ft
2 bath Phone 473-3113. King boat w-tilt trailer! apare
FOR RENT- Partly furnished FURNISHED garage apartment must Dxe.: : Mrs. Barney E. McRae.
transferred.
MILK1GaI.$1.28 1 new. Being wheel. 90 Hp Evinrude. Spareuop.
2 bedroom house, 610 Colley on Kingsley Lake for move. Sacriflcs.: $750 down assume Ph. 964-6575. CRAMPED-'B' x 10' or 12' wide. 2 tanks. Bilge pumP. haM
Road. $55 month. Call 964-5453. rent. Nice for couple bach- for mobile
or Add a room your
I payments $87 monthly. FOR SALE Deep lot. 117 foot'frontaie. viper, top It stern canvas
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LARGE EGGS Doz. tfchg elor. Phon 533-2301. tfchor home. Phone 473-4413. Itchg
49t Phone 9646885. U 301 North of Starke. lighter, 2 rod holder Win sell

M Ml B Mla B WAITRESS WANTED Exper FOR RENT-One 4 room furnished WILL TRADE Chihuahua puppies Two driveways near motels. BLUEBERRIES. cultivated. all or part. Phone 964-6512.
ienced. Apply Longhorn Restau. one bedroom apartment. for a fishing boat calf Good potential. Phone! 964-6240 Start ripening approximately 2t chg 4-17

ENTRANCE TO DRIVE-IN ON rant. 301 South. Lfchg Utilities furnished. Phone 964- carpet rug size 9 x 12. a vanityor or 721.3567 Jacksonville. April 20. C. J. Terrell south of ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.
6852. tfchy! 2tchg 4-22 Waldo on 301 iii i mi. from
WILL KEEP children In my out-board motor. David Oun- File Folders complete line of-
, WEST SIDEOPEN7A.M11 home day or night.! 314 N. ter. Starke. Call 964-5095 after Schenk'a Lounge' follow signs. lice supplies. -The Telegrask'hose
FOR SALE Frank Gomes
10 Hp Evinrude FREE Pupplea.!! Phone 468-1483 aftr 6pm. 4t
Up
Church St. 2tp 4-17 Kicker with 6 gal. tank $100. 4pm. Phone 782-3020 Lawtey. tfchgOR 964-6305.

FOR SALE -Tomato plants in Excellent shape. Phone 964-6650. FOR RENT Furnished two TYPEWRITERS: Manual or Eunice Nursery:
P. M. RENT Furnished alr- rest.'r$4tA.4 .
F.lectrie. For sale or
peat cups. 79c doz. Ph. 9645614. Itp bedroom house 570 W. Call St. conditioned efficiency apart County TeleiTaph. Annuals, nice roses. Azalea, 3
:
Mrs. W. A. Stern. Itp Phone 9645884. Itchg for[ $1.00 In containers. Blueber-
$55
ment. Off street parking
FOR SALE-2 horses, 2 saddles
7 DAYS A WEEK WANTED-Someone to care for and bridles. one-horse wagon FOR RENT in Starke. Attractive month. Nice for bachelor. Will LOST-Hampton Lake Sears 12 ries good selection 2 mile N.of Lawtey ornamental on-
with shrubs.
boat
V Aluminum
Desirable lo- furnish linens. Renner Apt., ft. Semi
3 year old child and do light with spring seat one-horse 3 I bedroom home. turn at sign.: Phone 782-
and anchor. Paul Meng. 301.
housekeeping. Call 964-5591 after I buggy wagon & buggy harness. cation.: Also apartments. W. H. 633 McMahon. Ph. 964-6279. oars tfcbf1P
___ 3:30.: Ph. 782-3619, Lawtey. Itp Nollman. tfchg It chi Hampton Ph. 468-1056. lii 465.

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