Bradford County telegraph
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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 24, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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L S 'r is in the making
Executive Direc- dropped over 6,000 flats for
r Bradford ,County, Rep.
tor Ronald \Y. Sage an k b, from the previous week at Gene Shaw said Sunday

nounced today that he will the Starke State Farmer'sMarket when he appeared here for

tender his resignation to Aa in what appears to the vocational center dedi
the CUBB Board of Dir .1 4DOM be the beginning of the} de- cation.The .

ectors at their meeting __-.t6: cline of the current season,
:Monday April 28. according to Market Manager Bradford lawmaker said

it was explained that VISTA Local residents jammed the county civil defense bulldlnr teen residents spoke against the increase City Clerk Merrill Bob Allen.In Rep. Ralph Tyre and Sen. Bob
Saunders have agreed that the
has transferred Sage to the Tuesday for a Florida Public Utilities Commission hearlnjr on Edwards, above In background at left Is being sworn by Commissioner the week just past, April county can have home rule with-

Northeast Region of the a rate Increase for the Florida State Telephone Company. Six- Chairman Billy Mayo before he takes the land. 16-23 a total of 19,282 flats SIt'YS II a out referendum.. "Let's just

country. passed through the market, Including say they are both reasonablemen
According to Charles Clark, the auction, the Brad- Shaw said when asked
VISTA supervisor for Florida, I r A ..... ford Strawberry Cooperative, HearingSet how,he got Bradford's other two

Sage has been "on loan" to and private buyers. that
lawmakers to agree a vote
Community Action Programs Lack VJt Answers brings Decline in volume is shown, .of the people is not necessary.

He has not completed his ass- Allen said, in the amount of Both Tyre and Saunders con-

ignment with CUBB, and the berries going through the auc- InStabbing tended at a public hearing herein

agency appears presently cap- tion although they amount to February that an election

able of effectively functioning only a small percentage of the would be necessary before the

without his direction, it was total berries. county could be granted home

said. End To Phone HearingDecision Last Wednesday April J6, rule under provisions[ of the
There are 4,632 VISTA vol- 1,092 flats were auctioned. Yes- new state Constitution which

unteers In the U.S., with only terday only 477 flats were auc- went into effect Jan. 7. ]Home

some 300 of this number being[ tioned. Eddie Lee Thomas, about 45, rule for the county would give
attorneys. There is reportedto on the application To undestand what caused the Flats going through the auc-
questions as: of Reno, charged with aggra- the County Commission ordin-
Florida State Telephone Company ments. Speaking for the com-
be need in the North- by
a great hangup Tuesday we tion beginning last Wednesday
Contin- such
How does Superior vated assualt was arraigned[ ance making power as
east region for"poverty law- for a rate increase will have to first understand Flo- pany were Robert tY. Ingle, April 16, were 1,092 flats at
ental arrive at the price of before County Judge Theron A. cities now have.
not be reached for at least Bonifay, Fla., president of Flo-
yers" and VISTA Is said to rida State Telephone Company's of $3.12 Thursday.
:::able? an average ; Yawn Tuesday. Shaw said a home rule bill
feel that Sage can be of 90 days according to Billy Mayo connection with Continental Ida State Telephone; C.M. Rex- April 17, 1,373 flats at $2.88;
Continental is
Does Superior Bond was set at $1,000 anda for the county being pre-
greater service !In this area, who chaired the hearing held Telephone Co. Continental Is roat, Lynchburg, Va., control- Friday, April 18, 1.300 flats
make price comparative stu- preliminary hearing will[ beheld pared now.
rather than in whatlsprimarilyan Tuesday by Florida Public Ut- ler, Continental Telephone Ser
of 19
the parent company num- dies? at $2.63; Saturday, April According to the affidavit.[
vice Corp Southeast Division
administrative capacity. lities Commission. erous corporations including ; 356 flats at $2.49 Monday,
What Is Medusa's profit? ; Thomas assaulted Leroy Long
On learning of his transfer, About 100 local residents and Florida State the Continental officials Robert S. Holmes, St. Louis, April 21, 880 flats at $2.83; similar instrument Officials SalariesIt
Telephone company's Jr. with a knife or -
Sage commented: "The com- officials attended the hearingand Telephone Service Corporation know the Mo., vice president-rates and Tuesday, April 22, 314 flats at will probably be several
present did not ans- on March 30.
mitment I made when 16 spoke against the phone regulatory matters, Continental before the three law-
joining (which provides management, similar $3.36, and Wednesday, April weeks
ers to these and quest- Also appearing before Judge
VISTA necessitates my accept- company's requested rate l hike. data processing, and specilized[ would Telephone Service Corp.; 23. 477 flats at$3.77. makers can agree on figuresfor
ions but said that they 29
Tuesday were
ing this transfer. 1 am not When the phrases "I don't services to subsidiaries) Sup- the and James V, Napier,St.Louis, As can be seen from the persons salary increases for county
Information not
get the to enter pleas of guilty or
happy about leaving the agency. know" and "I can't answer eior Continental Corporation Mo., assistant to the president above figures, prices declined olmlsdemanors. officials, Rep Shaw said. The
Commission. to charges a variety
Fortunately, there are two that" became more and more (manufacturing and sales) and commented to The Telegraph Continental Telephone Service slowly last week then rallied guilty three lawmakers have discus-
Mayo .
VISTAs and a Project Supervisor frequent the hearing, held >In Medusa Leasing Corporationwhich the Commission Corp." again Tuesday and Wednesday. sed the raises but have not
that Pleading not guilty were Joe
capable of hand!_ my the.Civil Defense Building at ( leases vehicles to domestic would: no attempt to make a Inglo testified concerning the Many growers have opened Grlffls. lit. 1, Starke; charged agreed on a figure.Courthouse .

administrative responsibllites. the Fairgrounds, ground to a subsidiaries). decision until all of their quest- Florida portion of the company.He their fields to the public, according with permitting ]livestock to run officials are ask-
f'But It is discomforting to premature halt at 3:45 p.m. The Commission wanted to ions had been answered. said it serves areas which to Allen. at large Eugene V. Chason, ing for $3,000 increase from

know that I leave behind the Tuesday, know, in detail, the setup between Some 100 citizens were pre- are predominately rural and How much longer the sea- Hampton,; charged with[ driving[ $9,000, to $12,000 per year.
extent of poverty that existsin The Commission wanted answers Florida State and Sup- sent when the hearing beganat sparsely popjulated. Starke is son will last, he said, dependson while intoxicated Merle Leroy Shaw said the main troubleis

this area. Only when all to questions about sub- erior Continental (which man- 10 a.m. with company off- the largest city it serves. It the weather and the quality DeFosse and ;David Wlndell that he and Tyre representsix
organizations -- political, sidaries[ owned by FloridaState's ufactures much of the equip- of the berries.Staged counties adn Sen. Saunders
icials reading' prepared state- (Continued On Face Five) Good son, !both of Jacksonvilleand
civic, and religious marshall! parent Company, Continental ment for Florida State) and 23 counties. It is difficult
_. with (
Company. .__ ____.. both charged driving
their resources to launch an Telephone between Fl rid"Stale ana ----- 'u. 80 miles per hour in a 65 to work out figures which wouldbe
all-out attack will the disgraceof When it became apparent that Medusa Leasing Corp. 1 fair to every county. increases -
mph zone
poverty be wiped out of Brad- the company officials present Company officials present Joe Padgett; Itt 1, Starke, in one county resultin
could not answer the questions, r officials !in another
ford County were unable to answer such with who county
1 ,> charged petit larceny,
Mayo said, This CommissionIs
with less
f' more people drawing ,
posted $500 bond' and Shell
Interested in those subsld- he said.
'j of Graham
Mack Abernathy
aries which have any bearingon Shaw said he likes the idea
2 NamedTo Florida State Telephone Company" Flynn Wins charged with contributing to of state wide uniform salariesfor
h d' N'i the delinquency of a minor
and the had
company officials In counties of the
better be prepared to answer by allowing an unauthorized size but doubts the
Who's WhoTwo same pro-
Auburn .. drive motor
ROTCScholarship minor person to a
queations about the sub- YF '
any le vehicle. posal will get through the Leg-
sidaries. islature this session. It will
area students were among Commissioners[ present atthe '_ b"- Trials for these six defen- be difficult to get every countyto
( a. dants will be held during the
the 22 sophomores at St. the hearing, which began at l-- __. agree on what is equitable,
Johns River Junior Colltze: who 10 a.m., were Mayo and Jess next trial term of county he said.
h'ave been selected to appear in Yarbrough. Another public Reggie Flynn, Bradford High court.

the 1968-69! edition of Who's hearing will be held today !In School senior and president of + Six persons entered pleasof

Who Amon Students In American Bonlfay, Florida. City Councilmen the BHS Student Council, has guilty to charges! of speed- Consolidation
Junior Colleges. Neil Tucker and p.T. been selected to receive ,a Navy Ing: William Frederick Cook, The county merger plan being
Nolin and Attorney George ROTC scholarship] to Auburn, fined $25 or five days; Law- proposed by Rep John Crider

Receiving certificates of selection Pierce planned to attend. University. i .. '.,, rence Russel Seamann, $25 or which combines Bradford,

on Tuesday were Barbara Florida State, which operates Selection was made on the t r .. three; Michael Edward King, Baker, Columbia, and Union
Los JcJinson. daughter:! : of Mr. in Starke, Lawtey and Kings- basis of a nation wider compel. $35 or five; Catherine Rhoden Counties is unlikely to find

and Mrs. Seber Forsythe of ley Lake and portions of Washington Itlie examination. Iligginbotham[ $25 or five;Morris sufficient support In the Leg-

Starke, and David W. Brandy:- Holmes, Jackson and Young Flynn, son of Mr. and ,4 [ Carter Jr., $25 or five; islature to pass, Shaw says.
Walton Counties .. Is requestingan Mrs. George B. Flynn Jr. of and Thomas Edward Coleman, Such a controversial matter,
of Air. and .
son Mrs.
Brantley of Giandln. approzimate%'o Increase In Starke Is the first Bradford it" $25 or five. he said, will be difficult to

Miss Johnson base rates High student to receive sucha .tifl. Cook also pled guilty to hav- support by lawmakers.
presently servesas In Starke that would mean: scholarship. ing no drivers[ license and was

Student Government Association one-party business, from $9 Flynn his maintained a 3.5 'Pajama Game' To Be !; fined $15 or three days in the Finance!!
secretary, is a member of up to $12.75 per month' one- honor average at Bradford county lall.Continued. The !Houses' $1.067 billion
Compass Club appears on theDean's appropriation bill was obviously
residence, $5.80 to$8.50
party ; Hljh: school and Is a memberof The boxes being; painted above by the prop crew don't resemble' kitchen appliance On
List, and I Is a studentassistant two-party residence, $4.80 to ( Page Five) troubling Shaw. When asked
In the Student Activities 750. the Naticnal loner: Society.He but that's what they'll be Friday and Saturday, May 16 an
office In KingsleyLake and Law- Is a member of tfc2: Interact Broadway play "Pajama Game" Is staged by the Bradfon,d County Cancer Society. would continue to be fund-

Brantly >U a Student Government tey that would mean: one- Club Chess Club and was selected The musical comedy set in a pajama factory will star Join Chltty and Rev. Bob Wells/ ed at its 1968 level, the lawmaker .

Association representative. party business, $8.50 to $12. as> the recipient of the of Burch as the romantic leads and Sylvia Reddish and etc lard Jockel as the comedy Deep pointed out that growthin
has been very .Active in campus 25 one-party residence $5.50 Bradford County Chamber the state puts the state $b4

activities, and has served as to;$8 and two- party residence Commerce Outstanding Young leads. Not To Blame million behind in grades K-12
student protectionist 54.50 to $7. Adult of 1968-69 Award. Story of a love life between labor and management In tl le factory take place over under the sources now producing. -

a 7'/j' cents pay Increase with which the management absci>nded. For Trouble .

All funds from the play will go to the' Cancer Society. Ac Lmlsslon will be $1 for all If education is to be funded at

the present level and the roads
City Power PlantDedication The current trouble weir shallow needed In southl'lorldaarebuilt

The Community water wells in an area, cast it will probably take a bond

State Bank of Starke >Ls attributed by a issue or a two cent hike in
County Merger
state geologist; to Mo-! normal state gasoline tax, Shaw said.

And rainfall and "too many wells In That choice, he indicated, Is

Set LIP t one area on the same water choosing which is the lesserof
The Florida strata" two evils. He still does

Bank at Starke County Sanitarian: Jack Tra- not favor a bond Issue, Shaw

Newest improvements to the wick Bald he had'discussed the said.
Power Plant to approximately
Will Not Be Open ,., Starke ;Municipal Power Plant 7,500 kilowatts.: Plan Proposedsuch situation with State Geologist
For Business will be'dedicated Saturday at
: The 1968 peak load was 4,500 Robert Vernon, who Ls famUlar
!10 a.m. at the plant on East
kilowatts and is expected to .with the area.
Saturday, April 261 f Call Street. kilowatts this Vernon's opinion that Daylight Time
reach 5,000 year, It was
State John Crider Duval
Representative Rep
EugeneF. ,
Southern according to Oscar Davis, utilities honest as to say they thinkIt as the location of court property owners could! solve
t..t. Shaw, District( 16, will be County Democrat, is about "
director. Electrical[ power will help their people. houses, and the names that their water problems by dropping Here Again!
the featured speaker at the ready to introduce a bill con
Memorial Day dedication, which will be followed production now exceeds 18,000, solidating Florida's counties Crider Is chairman of a would be given[ to the large their pipes another 20 feet

by a tour of the plant 000 kilowatts hours per year, Into 39 by combining as manyas special subcommittee of the"nongrowth" counties resulting from merg- .or so and converting to deep

and Open House from noon until Davis says.Serving four counties On some cases) counties. His ing several small counties. well pumps, 1 if necessary Come Saturday night and
5 p.m. as engineers on the into a single governmental unit. bill is exptect to be introduced Distribution of race track Vernon said that spring: rains the beginning of Daylight

The Open House also will be expansion program was Rey- According to first reports, some time this week. revenues would pro sent another might remedy tho situation Savins: Time, you'll have an

This Spacf Contributed held on Sunday from noon until nolds, Smith and Hills. Jacksonville the bill would combine Brad- Most of the counties pro- troublesome problem especially but, 1 if not. he will come here hour less to party or sleep

. Weel Publicize 5 p.m. architecture engineering ford, Union, and Baker Into posed for consolidation are !in !in counties such as Brad and do a .survey He[ absolvedthe or do whatever you like to
- { '' ford that have
Jf' and firm. pledged the
The planning Tallahassee the northern and interior rev- and DuPont
$650,000 expansion[ of the one unit. However, sec- Country Club do.
Comn.Uy. Events by City's 72year old electric General Contractor was Indian news release this week stated tions of Florida. The main enue to bond projects. Each wells .of any blame In the mat. Officially. Dayliffht Savin*
system consists of River Construction Co., also that the bill adds a fourths factors taken Into consideration Florida county, regardless of that ire around Sunday '
a new 1,750 now ter saying: they Time begins at 2: a.m. -
The} size, now gets an shareof
Community kilowatt capacity of Jacksonville. Columbia to the in the proposed consolidation equal water ''
generator anda county, the 700 feet deep nnd draw the 27th. liowcvc'r, unless
Introduced atthe racing and the
Shaw will be revenue,
State Bank new addition to the Power group. are geography, current popula- current distribution Is about from an entirely differe.it: strataor you're a real night owl.
Plant, replacing the last of dedication bySprkehiayorCarlllurst legisla- tion, and projected I
the Denton Sum- "Many small-county population $300,000 a .source than shallow wells it Is suggested that you act
old utilltes building located The Rev. tors have confided to trends. If a county's year.
at privately popula-
trouble hour be-
the clock
now giving up an ,
Accounts now insured of Madison Street Rep. Crider said he was think
Church and Call Streets this Is the tion has shown
since me that they know rapid growth Stern'sRoad
Several residents along fore the official time.
Church will deliverthe ing of "perhaps paying off all
up to $15,000 by 1901. Baptist future since the 1960
thing coming In the census, Its status
and just will
the bond Issues from the running: parallel Daylight! Saving Time
Invocation. top
Federal Deposit Insurance Operable on either fuel 1 oil that It is Inevitable," Rep. would remain unchanged under
Gordon L. Friday, electrical of the race track money and north of SR 16, had trouble continue for six months and
or natural gas, the new Worth- Crider said. "I don't expect Crider's bill.
Corp. engineer of Reynolds Smith then having an equal dlatribuContlnued with their wells this week, in la October you will gain the
Irurton enelne bill but Many
generator unit Increased them to support my problems presented
and Hills will lead the tour addition: to the 20 or more previously tour you lose Saturday night.
the total capacity of the some of them have been so by the proposed consolidations, ( On Page Five)
of the plant reported.

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Of Ii'T : Birthday Party

:: Awards Given At Hospital I For Mark MoodyMr.


WOMEN Auxiliary MeetingMrs. N and Mrs. Mark Moody

gave a birthday. party Saturday

-I Carl Mathews who has cold food car for $3,400 re- afternoon for their daughter.
been a member of the Brad- upholstering furniture in em- Connie on :her second anniver

*Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 ford County Hospital Auxilary ergency waiting room;new televisions sary.,
since its organization in January held in the
installed; now in pro- The party was
Shower Given 1956 was awarded the cess of paying one-half of the yard where the 20 little guests
Luncheon Given Mrs. Noegel HostessTo coveted 1,500 hour volunteer
$5,600 due on automatic x-ray played and were served refreshments -

For Mrs. Thornton ECW MembersThe For Mrs. Andreau. meeting service of pin the at fiscal the club's Mon-final processing unit for the hospital; The table was overlaid
presentation of bondto cloth and
a savings with a white linen
Recent BrideMrs. Recent BrideMrs. day night in the Methodist Fel- the first baby born in 1969
April meeting of the Episcopal lowship Hall. ; centered with an arrangementof
Pa' donation of money for the calf pink roses. At one end was a
Robert G. Thornton of Church Women was held David Andreau of PaTat- Mrs. M. F. Ilazen, service roping contest, and donation Raggedy Gainesville, the former Gerrt last week at the home of 'Mrs. ka. the former Margie Ann Dow- T4 awards chairman, also pre- for an award at BHS. also received favors' (
Mooty, a recent bride, was hon Jewel Noegel on Raiford Road ling a recent bride was complimented : I sented silver pins to Mrs. Paul- Plans were discussed for a of party hats, balloons and bubble -
ored at a luncheon Saturday In where arrangements of sweet- at a bridal shower ine Torode Mrs. Helen Fra- bazaar to be held in Novem-

the Pecan: Room of the Garden peas were used In decorating./ last Friday night in the former lick, Mrs. Louie Bell Parks ber.Mrs. gum.

Restaurant, given by ;Mrs. Following. the devotional by Presbyterian manse on N. Cher Mrs. Hazel Clark, Mrs. Judy H. C. Ritch, assisted
Claude Cfowson Mrs. J. E. Har Mrs. Edward Burns an invitation ry Street given by Mrs. Guy Hansen, and Mabel Stringfel- by Dr. Florence Jennings Installed -

dy and daughter, Jayne, and was read by Mrs. Clyde Andrews, Mrs. Thomas L. CaseyJr. low for 100 accumlated hours the new officers for

Mrs. E. L. Matthews and, daughter. Terwillesar for the ECW t to( at. ., Mrs. M. F. Hazen Mrs. j in the past several years. Gold 1969-70: president, Mrs. J.W.
tend a luncheon at Christ Church -- Jewell Noesel. Mrs. R. G. Paterson mi\ pins were given to Mrs. Olin Ritch; president-elect, Mrs.
in Cedar Key. The speakerwill ( Mrs. Ida Lee Plummer. \ White Jr., Mrs. E. F. Saun- Olin White; first vicepresident

The T-shaped table held A be the Assistant Rector Mrs. M. R. Sanders, and Mrs. ders, Mrs M. A. Baldwin Jr., Miss Lillian Stump:
garland of Ivy down( its length from Florida State University.It Henry E. Green. and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead for second vice president, Mrs.
and centering. the head table was announced: that A covered Mrs. Plummer greeted guests 100 hours accumulated in the Loyree LaNier; recording secretary NIGH
year. Service bars for additional Mrs. M. W. Cressler
was a permanent floral arrange. dish dinner and 'singalong"will : ,and presented them to the receiving ;
mcnt .of spring flowers. The arrangement be held at the Parish House / line composed of the Miss Genie Strickland Becomes Bride Mrs. Titus hours were awarded to corresponding secretary Mrs.
Olson, Mrs. W.A. Hazel Carlton and treasurer
Friday 25 ; -
gift to the night April startingat
was a. honoree, her mother Mrs. W. E.
bride from. her hostesses as a attend.6:30.: ( Rev. George Young will Dowling and grandmother, Mrs. Of Mr. Smith In First Baptist ChurchMiss L.Stern.O. Hazen Mrs. H.Mrs.C. Ritch George, Mrs.W. E., Mrs.F. Saunders George hospital W. Brown.ad-
memento( of the occasion. E. J. Dowling Sr. Brown, Mrs. A. E. McKlnney, ministrator was presented a
place cards marked the Refreshments! were served by The mantel in the living room Genie Strickland dressed alike in pink bonded and Mrs. Bobbie Shaller. gift from the Auxiliary, with an
seating arrangement for the J7 the. hostess during the social was centered with a fan-shaped daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hazen also commentedthat expression of appreciation for Contact me todayl
crepe, floor
gu'l',ts. hour.Mrs. arrangement of English dog. Raleigh E. Strickland, was unIted length gowns.. 58 members of the Aux- his assistance in their endeavors -
Thomas Staab will be wood and yellow roses. The re- In marriage Sunday. March Their veils were attached to iliary had contributed 2,834 volunteer v
:The hostesses also; 'presented! May hostess. freshment tablet was covered 23, at 3 p.m. In the First flat pink bows to match their service hours to the Recogntiton
to two
was given
corsages to the honoree and with an Imported outwork cloth Baptist Church to Morgan Lee gowns. They carried three red hospital from May 1, 1968 to honorary members

;bar mother. Mrs.Harry Mooty. and centered with an arrangement Smith HI, son of Mr. and Mrs. roses with long pink ribbons. April 23, 1969. Mrs. Walla ing the meeting, Mrs.attend-Walla

UDC Memorial of pink roses and sweet.. Morgan L. Smith Jr. of New- Lipsey was praised for mak- Lipsey, and Miss Amy Coburn.
A reception was held in the
ing 88 besides
berry. Rev. W. A. Hogan per- puppest puttingin
peas in a silver! container. During the social
church reception hall. Mrs. hour refreshment
Services Set formed the In the 104 service
ceremony hours.
Flanking this were silver can- were served from a
Beta Phi Howard
Sigma Povey greeted guestsat
of relatives and fri- Mrs.
presence Mathews,
For SundaySouthern delabra with tall pink tapers. ends. the door and kept the bride's chairman volunteer table centered with a fan-shaped
The punch table was covered stated that since the arrangement of pink and white
Beta Sigma: Phi sorority will The altar was decorated with book. hospital has
with a cutwork cloth and centered The bride's table covered lengthened visit- gladioli pompoms roses and
Memorial was
meet Monday April 28, at 8 Day exec.cases arrangemonts of gladioli and 1
bowl ing hours from 11 a.m. to 8 Mrs. Olin
p.m. in the Starko! Recreation will be observed Sunday with a crystal punch pompoms against a background with organza over satin, and mums White social :
Center on Pratt Street. Mem- April 27, at 4 pjn. at the Con- encircled with ivy interspersedwith of greenery and branched centered with a three-tiered p.m. that members to build may work their chairman presided at the punch
hours bowl.
federate Marker Lake pink roses and sweet-peas cake encircled with greenery longer up
bers are reminded to invite In Crosby candelabra.
service hours desire.
guests for toe: evcnini Cemetery, sponsored by W. T. The hostesses presented the Mrs. Lex Green organist, and chrysantheumums. Crystal they MERRITTWILLIAMS
Weeks Chapter, United Daugh- honoree with a blue Iris cor- and David George, soloist,pro- compotes held nuts and mints. Mrs. George Anderson mem-
ters of the Confederacy.A sage and a place setting of her vided nuptial music. Miss Justine Harper cut the bership chairman,reported that Garden Club

canopy and seats will be chosen dinner pattern., Corsa Howard Povey II was best bride's cake. the Auxiliary membership has tiT I*. Walnut Street
to Mrs. W. The punch table was over- Increased to 96 active mem-
and interested ges were also given man and the ushers were Jim-
provided persons -
all 4Aaave.. invited to attend. E. Dowling and Mrs. E. J. mie Strickland and Jeffrey laid with organza over satin bers. The Starke Garden Club will 964-5391
are Dowling. Mullivos. and centered with a crystal Mrs. J. W. Pitch auxiliary meet Monday April 28. at 7:30(

The program chairman, Mrs. Out.of-town guests were Mrs, Given In marriage by her punch bowl encircled with president, summed up the p.m. at the home .of Mrs. H. B. p' 11013))
J1 wffrb, F. J. Pellum, will present Rev. Edward Mathews of Gainesvilleand father the bride wore a floor greenery and pompoms. Mrs. year's accomplishments as Hamilton 812 S. Cherry Street. STATE FARMRF]
Denton Sumrall, of the (Madison Mathews Mrs. length empire gown of bridal William McRae and Mrs. Eu- follows: _purchase of hot and UH liuunnc Company" I A I IMM
Street Baptist Church the 6pea. gene McRae presided at the OMcei MeoMJoitMi.ffijaeii l- iJ
James Mathews and Miss Karen satin with long tapered sleeves,
ker. Mrs. L. A. Canova music
punch table. Miss Vicky Wlgg
BYNANCY'S of Palatka. and trimmed with bridal lace.A .
chairman, will W. B. Honeysuckle(
present handed out rice bags.
in- crown of pearls secured her
FLOWERSTHE McKinney who will give a viola One hundred guests were bouffant silk illusion veil The bride is a 1967 grad-
the hoursof NEWEST STYLES AT
PLANT THATIS solo. A wreath will be placedat vited to call between She carried a bouquet of white uate of Bradford High School

ALIVE! the marker in memory of. all 7:30: ( to 9 p.m. orchids, ivy and feathered carnations and is now employed at the

Have the sensitive Confederate veterans. University of Florida.
you ever seen 1 3-DAY SALE PRICES!
plant? It is a small shrub Miss Theresa Strickland, The groom is a graduate of
that comes from South America. sister of the bride attendedas Newberry High School, classof
BPW MembersAt .4
The plant Is call- Farewell Party maid of honor, and brides- 1966 and is attending the
ed "sensitive"because District Meet maids were Miss Florence Mc- University of Florida. Starke Plaza
For Two
when Couples Rae and Miss Patricia Smith. Following their wedding trip

Mrs. John Haney of Keystone Miss Vicky Wlgg attended as the couple will reside on the Misses New nderJAMAICAS
the small leaflets Saturday NightThe Suwannee River Susp ;
!ir.. are touched Heights, Mrs Ralph Mllberger flower girl. Al! attendants were near Trenton.Jntiwueetna.

they fold .over Methodist adult social< of Green Cove Springs/ Miss

each .other. At group( gave a farewell party Sat- Della Rosenberg of Kingsley

the same time urday night at the parsonage' .on Lake, Mrs. Gene Pearson of Dinner
1r the leaf stalks Raiford Road for Mr. and Mrs. Lawtey Mrs. Nate Dyal of Birthday .4

'a r bend toward the Norman Ketchie and; Sgt and Hampton Lake and Mrs. Titus For Edd S. PolkEdd .

main stem as if they were :Mrs. John Miller. The Ketchies Olson of Starke representedthe
shrinking away. are moving to C rdele, Ga; next Starke BPW Club at a S. Polk was honored at a' 87
District Sunday In St. dinner Sunday April 20, $
To see a sensitive plant for Monday and the Millers left for meeting on our reg. .
his 66th birthday at the Polk
Augustine. Bradford
on County Hospital announces -
the first time, a person gets Sheppard 'Air Force Base. Wich-
Miss Rosenberg reported on home in Brooker. the following births
: $3.99
the feeling that it is actually a ita Falls, Texas on Sunday.
her works as area counselor for Helping to celebrate the occasion Mr. and Mrs. William C.
living person. The covered dish supper was the District and the group pre- were Mrs. Polk and Terry, Melrose, a daughter
You know there is certain held in the of the Farabee
a yard their Mr. and Mrs.
sented the morning workshop on children April 21.
something( about a floral gift home Centering the buffet table Mllber Mr. and Mrs.
personal safely Mrs. C.J. Testone
that words cannot The roasted pig with an MIN-PRINTS-CHECKS-PIAIOS SOLIDS
express. was a : ger and Mrs. Dyal were recognized Ronald Polk Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey W.
feelings that are conveyed apple in its mouth. Carving the as State Special Com- Olan Polk and Mr. and Mrs. Griffls, Lawtey a son, April The latest in Jamaica looks to wear with your favorite
through flowers are beyond the pig was J. T. Carver. mittee Chairmen. The meet- Dough Lyles of Brooker and 21. knit top or blouse. Permanent press washable. all
explanation of words. Send flow. Twenty-two members 01 the, Ing was followed by a sight- their families. Also attend- cotton in choice of most popular patterns & colors.

ers and send ours. The next group enjoyed the occasion. seeing tour.EYE.CATCHING. ing were Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Mr. and Mrs. James Billy: High rise waist set-in waistbands yoke fronts with r
time call us. Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffls Lake Butler, a daughter D-ring brass buckle suspenders. Sizes 616. Take ad /
Roberts, Starke; Mr. and Mrs. April 21. vantage of getting this new style at a great Carp Sale .
Morris Johnson and sons .of Price!

Waldo; Mrs. Mattie Parrish V
l. 1 Thomas Parrish and sons, Mr. SCREENS
OF THE I and Mrs. A. Z. Padgett, Mr. KAND

and Mrs. Frank Scott and child KNIT\
ren, Gainesville; and Steve Polk DOUBLE

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A covered dish dinner was
enjoyed on the lawn by the 40 tOPS
guests attending. PANTIES

r OUT Iti. S4 our reg. 31or $1.25

e4k I DlImIr 4 $396 3 $109for

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Investing In enterprises Non-run acetate tricot ;

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Benton where significant changes \ pl'il'lts over guaranteed I
and daughter of Brandon were appearto be rich, : \lorlul ble double year. Machine: washable -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nelson setting new trends 8e autifist ground'r \\1'1 com lue at $4.99.... whites andy

7 Griffls and Linda over the week- white ctates, 53.x'M-t. colors regular and
+o I end and attended the Rodeo. Objective:CapitalAppreciation I'It, al: ba..ain extra sizes.Builtin .
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-.d legged hipster pants topped bya to the Starke Nursing 1 INFORMATION CENTER i iIn \V
"great shirt" of white cotton Home. I Tilt MALL 4 GIRLS SHORT SETS
knit. The shirt is styled with Mr. and Mrs. James Biggsof I 1 11 Oull l.f..' Or, CULOTTE G.: Nylon stretch knits and perms
long full bishop sleeves and Murray, Ky. spent the April I J.cu.nd1..".,..d.JU07 press cottons in various styles. 9 OO
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Mrs. John Greene and Miss Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar. vv/
, Miss Louise Stern is In Atlanta Ann Lambert of Orange Park and daughter, Anne, attended '. ,
Ga. attending a special visited! Henry Lambert In Newport a tan' Sunday afternoon at the ,. !BALDWIN
f series of concerts by the Atlanta on Sunday. home of University; of Florida 4, .
Symphony.Mrs. 'Mrs Robert Milbanks of Central president Stephen O'Connell and I.Y' ii 0 CHEVROLET-OLDSe"
Martha Moore visited City, L. I., N. Y. was visiting Mrs. O'Connell. The tea honored W\r I %i I LLGE fn
I her daughter, Miss Marla her parents, Mr. aiKl Mrs. 34 girls who recently, initiated THE.TOW1RLICK
Moore, and parents Mr. and 'PIO
Mrs. O. Ii. Itosenbush In Green T. F. Hogue Sr., from Sunday to Into the Pi B.ta Phi / / ( FIRST HERS
Cove and Thursday. of last week. sorority, also National fleers.,
1 Springs on
t attended the Guild Players theatre ,Miss Janet (Hardy and Gene Pan Hellenic representatives, p s.t 'w1i: / O SERYICfc
and visited friends in Ivey of the University of Georgia actives and alumni Mrs. O'- CaC 4 ,

, Orange Park on Sunday. ,spent the weekend with Mr. Connell Is a member of this ...... .....
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wright of and Mrs. J. E. Hardy.R. sorority. 1
- -
i Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. V. Turner was In Valdosta SHRINE:" CLUB ANNUAL \! - - -
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A. II. Hines of Alachua were Ga. Sunday visiting his father Chicken Dinner May 17th. Buy
Sunday visltos of Mrs. Walla Roy Turner, in a nursing home, your Tickets Now. I',
Lipsey and Mr. and Mrs. Fos- and also visiting: Mr. and Mrs. U' "
ter Shi Smith. Bill Brinson and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. George Oldham of Jas- ":

SHRINE 'CLUB ANNUAL Billy Miles. per was Saturday overnight t Y, .'. .,.-, ,' 1
Chicken Mrs. O. L. Beasley and her guest of Mr. and Mrs. David -
Dinner May 17th. Buy
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery.
Tickets Now.
your ,C. C. Hoppe, of Tampa, visited Mr and Mrs. Arthur Clark of
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williamswere Mrs. J. W. Kincaid in Riverside Ripley, Term were guests the .J

visiting relatives in Way- Hospital Sunday.Mr. past week of Col. and Mrs.J.A. 130DY IIL'G.ING: Today'sway
cross Ga. last Tuesday to Saturday >and Mrs. Edward Hudsonof Griffin. of- doing things; : combine
Atlanta, Ga. were visiting The Methodist Women's Sun good looks with comfort. Jones
4 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starlingand Mrs. Hudson's mother: ((Mrs. day School Class had a dinner New York does it in pale blue I
Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez Nelson Green, and family over party Monday night at Patti's lustrous cotton knit smartly
and children of Warren, the weekend. Restaurant! in Jacksonville hon- shaped into trim-fitting body
Mich returned last Wednesdayafter oring Mrs. F. W,Strickland and shirt and man-tailored Culottes
Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Budd Jr.
a ten-diy visit with Rev. Mrs. Rex Anderson on their .
and family of Jacksonville visited
and Mrs. Marty Starling and son birthdays. The honorees received -
in Costa Rica, South America, Mrs. W. E. Middleton on Sat- personal gifts from the
The Alvarez family returnedto .urday. class. Local admittances to Brad-
their home in Warren on Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and Mrs. Edith Christiansen and ford County Hospital this week
Thursday.Mrs. family of Merritt Island spent Mrs. Ella Moody visited Mrs. include: Mrs. Nealie Rich and
Clyde B. Terwillegar the weekend with their. parents, Pearl Colson In Green Cove Mrs Nancy O'Donoghue, Key-
Jr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell 'Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Sr. Springs last Saturday. stone Heights; John L, Ward
attended installation ceremonies and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harley. Mr and Mrs. J. L. Gentry and Mrs. Irene S.Jones, Hampton -
Saturday in Gainesville of The McRaes also had as Thursday were in Macon, Ga. over the ; Mrs. Susan Dobbs and Mrs.
i'I the Florida Delta Chapter of visitors Dr. and Mrs.McRae weekend visiting Mr.and Mrs. Geneva Finley, Raiford; Mrs Belvedere
the Pi Beta Phi sorority of Jr. of Lake City Mrs. McRaeSr. Hoist C. Beall. Mae Combs, Macclenny;Joseph 1969 Fury I
the University of Florida underwent an eye operation SHRINE CLUB ANNUAL Starling, Lawtey; and Ernest
campus. Mrs. Terwillegar and at Bradford County Hospitallast Chicken Dinner May 17th. Buy McKinney, Mrs. Dorothy Mo- 4 DOOR SEDAN
ore, Mrs. Margaret Woods, 2 DOOR SEDAN
Mrs. Sewell arc alumni of the Thursday. Tickets Now.
your Harold Neal, Mrs. Myra Dyal,
sorority.Mr. Byron Newoomb of ,
Mr and Mrs. M. R. Atkinsonof
Charles Wynn, Ira W, Allen,
Ga. is visiting his parents, Mr.
and T H. SLade, Sudbury, Canada are visiting William Atwood \
Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cald- s \ '
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and daughter Glen W. Prevatt, Mrs. *
week while: in this. territory on well after spending the winterin
Evelyn, and Cindy Strick business. Linnie Anderson, Mrs.Margaret -
the weekend in Fort Eustis. Frisbie, Basil McRae, Mrs.
land spent Mrs. Merrill Edwards and sis- Mr and Mrs. Charles Fields
Gracie Hutto, Shana King, John
!Lauderdale ter, Mrs. James Kinchen, of are family of Jacksonville
Mrs. Michael W. O'Brien and Jacksonville visited their mother Sunday visitors of Mrs. J. H. Wallace Powell, Mrs. Gertrude
Children have Joined Mr. O'Brien Mrs. H. G. Merow in Fields. McBride and Mrs. Irene
in Hagerstown, Md., where they Brooks, all of Starke.
Tampa\ on Wednesday.Rex Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Steinme-
will make their home. Brown of Jacksonvilleand jer and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mrs. Joan Durrance was
Mrs. Fred Hogue Jr. of Jack Gary Montgomery of Hart Herlong of Jacksonville were transfered from Bradford
sonville and Mrs. Harry Feldonof ford. Conn were weekend visitors Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. County I Hospital to Alachua Gen-
Daytona Beach were Wednes of Mr. and Mrs. George W. W, F. Herlong.Mr. eral Hospital on Tuesday.Mr. $199 Down $199 Down
day dinntr guests of Mr and Brown. and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand and Mrs. Tommy Johns
Mrs. T. F. Hogue Sr. Leslie Biggs of daughter, Melissa, visited and children and Mrs Clarance
Mr. and Mrs. .
Orlando were guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mr. Johns and son, Jimmy of Mac $74.89 Per Month $74.89 Per MonthWith
Mrs. T. C. Chastain Sr. ,spent Mrs. Vernon Silcox over the and Mrs. H. E, Smith, In Will- clenny were Sunday evening
the weekend with relatives In? iston on Sunday. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs
High Springs. weekend. Miss Dawn Lamb and Mrs. J.W. Rltch. With Approved Credit Approved Credit
Mr. 'and Mrs. Jerry Smith Victor Lamb have returned Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Simmonsof
Mrs. Guy Andrews attendeda and son of Panama City were after attending the funeral of Fort Lauderdale and Rich-
luncheon at the home of Mrs.L. Sunday overnight guests of Mrs. Mrs. Lamb's father in a Vet- mond Va. were Tuesday over-
A. Lowry In Gainesville Tues- T. D. Dyal. eran's Hospital in Chicago, Ill. night guests of Mrs. Bertha
day. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williamsand Pearce Mrs. Pearce also had
Mr and Mrs. C, S. Haddock
children of Gainesville spent as Thursday overnight guests,
attended the
of their
SHRINE:" CLUB ANNUAL the weekend with Mrs.Williams' graduation W. B. Haynes and Mrs
Glen Sorensen
nephew, atJack-
Chicken Dinner !May 17th. Buy parents, Mr and Mrs. T. C. sonville University on, Sunday Mary Webb of Fltzgerald.Ga.
Tickets Now.
your Ctvastain Jr. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman
attended the Florida Telephone
ap k"es f' 'tt +

Company annual meeting in
Leesburg last Wednesday.
J Al/C Frank Hardy of Syra-
cuse, N.Y. is home on ten day

Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Woodburnand
J"V i Mrs. Nancy Gunter spent
the weekend at Horse Shoe.
Mrs. Hazel Ritch, Mrs. Pearl

Edwards visited Mr.and and Mrs Mrs.M. R.T.Judd E. 1969 Chrysler Newport 4 Door HardTopWas

Herndon In Valdosta, Ga. on

Sunday. $5012.60 Now $4295.00
i' Top Value Buys
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham
Open Al! Day Everyday for National Baby Week! spent last week in Largo with
>Fri. and Sat. Until 7 P.M Mr and Mrs. Dennis Williamsand

I PERFECT SHOWER GIFT rida Rev.family Fashion and and Mrs.attended Mart J.in the Thomas Tampa.Flo- Top Quality Used Cars Top Qu lilq Top Quality Used Cars

' Staab and family returned last

: LAYETTE OUTFIT Thursday Covlnton from, La.ten with days Mrs.visitin 1966 CHEVROLET IMPALA 1964 DODGE DART 4 DR.

Staab's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Patecek.Mr. 4 Door Hard Top, Air Conditioning, Power Sedan, 6 Cylinder Automatic Trans.

7 $ 88 ;V and Mrs. W. H. Nollmanwill Steering, Radio, Heater. $166 Down $35.00 Per Mo.

spend the weekend in St. $248.50 Down $62.29 Per Mo.
erV Petersburg with their son-in-

r law and daughter, Mr and 1968 FORD 4 DR. SEDAN 1964 FORD GALAXIE 500
our reg. and -
4i' Mrs. William B. Boyd,
will attend the Boyd's 25th anniversary 4 Door Sedan, V-8, Automatic Transmission -
V-S Automatic Trans.
.l. reception on Sun- Radio, Heater

This! starterjtM make. an Ideal Baby shower day Mrs.afternoon.William Phebus returned $199 Down $53.78 Per Mo. $174 Down $34.90 Per Mo.

Gift and,this week you save $4,04 off our p, r to her home in Mount Carmel RAMBLER 2 DOORHard
I rrquUir low prict'1 Set< includes a diaper bag Ill. last Thursday after 1966
1 ilozpn diapers! 2 receiving] blankets 2 7o y two weeks visit with her 1967 PONTIAC CATALINAmission.
undershirts 2 kimonos! 4 plnstii pants and a brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Top, 6 Cylinder, Automatic Trans-
f 2 sacqui'S Buy H this! week at Carps and and Mrs. David Montgomery.While Radio, Heater. 4 Door Sedan, V-8, Automatic Transmission -
snvi yAM here they attended the Power Steering.
". + funeral of their father, Walter $203.50 Down $38.87 Per Mo.

Farnell, of Lake City on April $284.66 Down $67.70 Per Mo.

1 37 PC. LAYETTE reg. $$18.91 55 PC. LAYETTE ,reg. $$4.a, 3. 1955 FORD V-8 STD. TRANS.
Set includes Dnpei' pad' 2 sheets Set includes: 2 dozen diapers:
2 receiving blankets I gown I baskinette: baskinetle liner and pad SHRINE CLUB ANNUAL It Runs!
kimono 1 sacquc 4 p'istic' pants 88 I blanket 2 receiving blankets: 2 i Chicken Dinner May 17th. Buy Hard Top, Automatic Transmission, Power
I 2 undershirts' pur of bodies dozendiapers $1 5 sheets: 4 lip pads 2 undershirts: 3488
4 lip pads 1 'hooded towel gowns 2 kimonos 2 sacques: your Tickets Now.SEUIVJCE $99 00 CASH Steering, Radio, Heater.
, and 4 bibs plastic pints 2 knit washcloths
2 hooded towels 4 bibs; and hand-
. made sweater set SCHEDULE 1967 FAIRLANE GTA $1695
1 / 2 Door Hard Top, Air Conditioning, Po- 1965 JEEP PICK-UP
r / t-I''J;. + EDWARD'S, Starke: wer Steering 390 V-8, Less Than 30,000
Sunday: Mass 8 a.m. ands Miles. 4 Wheel Drive, Standard Transmission,
9:15 a.m. Runs Out Good.
ThursdayIus: 6:30 p.m.Mleaculous $1995

Medal Novena: $995
q x
} Saturday, 7 p.m. 1966 BUICK ELECTRA 225

GAUZE BOXED r i 2 RECEIVING ST. WILLIAM'S, KeystoneHeights 4 Door, Loaded With Equipment I Real J 1963 FAIRLANE STATION

' Nice Family Car. Wagon, V-8, Automatic Trans., Radio.
Wetnesday :Mass & Novena, $2195 Nothing Down $35.00 Per Mo.
:.j selection 'for 99 100'.cotton. 26 0 34 7 p.m.
. Our regular $2 99 $ 77 Big boys
::1 lust' quality 20x40 2 or girls. All permanent *f 2 in solids prints! 98<
4 I, soil,, absorbent gauge .. press and boxed Idr' II"P'1. Colorfast 2 Inmachine ST. !MARY'S Macclenny: Quick Financing With Approved Credit
I diaper Limit. 3 dot UU. gift giving. washable. pkg. Sunday Mass, 11:30 a.m.



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Adjusts Durable from, flat pl.,to.- $ oo Our brushed regular nylon sets$2.49 In $i In Permanent prints and press solids sets! $ In trade area: $3.CO per Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00: A.M. to 6:00: P. M.
uptight.tic w Ill !loam pad indsafety 2 J year, round weight.' 219 with A-line lops and 12- $19 year; $2.73 au months. Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 A.M. to 7:30: P.M.
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The Harbingers Give Several 4 Social Security RecipientsMust r r.

Performances On Atlanta Trip \ _if Report Address ChangesResidents NEWS ABOUT readers rIP

'The Harbingers, singing wsbtv studios '1 uesday morn- of Bradford County speed communications circuitsto SERVICE MEN writeOpen
group which won the talent howat ing, which thr group and their who are receiving social secur- transmit Information to
the Bradford County Fair sponsors previewed after the tfy checks are reminded by record
last month, spent last week filming. William Fisher, social secur- social centers. Until\ recently, ,., I r letter to the public:
security beneficiarieswere
performing in Atlanta. Other performances Included 4 a t1 tiy representative, to report
The trip to Atlanta resulted singing for a choral group at directly to the Gainesville off- encouraged to notify the A-C Paul L. Miller returnedto The citizens of Bradford
from the talent show here. Main Cherokee High School in Can- : Ice any change of address or Social Security Administrationabout Homestead lAFB Monday County who voted on the proposed
purpose of the trip was per- ton, Ga. and singing for a church xjr other events affecting contin- the occurrence of these \April 21, after spending two pay increase for county
formances for the Dogwood service at the Cleveland Avenue ued receipt of their checks. events by mailing preaddressed weks leave with his parents officials have rendered a distinct -
Festival and Trail Tours, but Baptist Church in Atlanta.On Reports may be made by mall postcard forms to a record Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Miller service to the county.,
the group took advantage of their final evening in At- phone, or in person. Appropriate center. and this is to express my appreciation -
that affect of Interest In
several additional opportun- lanta, Russ Robinson, emceeof report forms are avail- for your
ities. the talent show at the able at the Starke office, 136 monthly social security checks, this Important question. You
in addition to address changes, Airman Apprentice Gerald L. have spoken at a time and
Members of the group are Bradford Fair, took the groupon N. Temple Avenue.
Debra Prevatt Carol Hardy, a tour of "Underground At- Fisher said this reporting are starting or stopping work Mooneyham TJSN son of Mr. on an issue that Is relevantto
Patty Rosier, Jimmy Crosby, lanta" where they sang to var- method enables the district off (employment, marriage or remarriage and Mrs. Max E. Mooneyhamof every person in the county.
Greg Nichols, Mark Milner ious groups of tourists on the aOyMhM ice to take advantage of the increased in some Instances, Keystone Heights. Fla., was Here are results of the vote:
and Don Hardy. streets and in the catacomosof tf capacity of its high divorce, and death. graduated from the Aviation Opposed to any raise: 74.6
The group left Starke Mon- the city. 1., Gel t{?firs e Mechanical FundamentalsSchool per cent.
day, April 14, and returned Only sour note of the trip t.ytaqT/ eat at the Naval Air Tech- Favor 10 per cent Increase: ..
Friday, April 17. The young- was the theft of several art- .td.nk I nical Training Center in Memphis 19 per cent. ;
sters were guests on the Dog- icles from automobiles while Tenn. Favor increase to $12,500: .
wood Lighted Trail Tours last the group was touring the t yr The 160-hour course Included 1.6 per cent.
Monday evening and were askedto Cyclorama. An Atlanta news- basic mathematics common Favor increase to $10,500
sing during a rest stop to paper carried an article about -fiti i ':'S t vv aircraft hardware mechanicaland (which was not on ballot): 4.8
the passengers on the bus,which the group's appearance in Atlanta electrical physics aeronau- per cent.
Included the emcee of the Todayin and the theft. Prize-winning exhibit of American Legion Poet 56 at yr b, tical publications, and the use The results of this vote have
Georgia television program, Members of The Harbingerswish recent Bradford County Fair Is symbolic of the organi .A and application of :band tools. been forwarded to Hon. Rob-
Ruth Kent, and a number of to express their gratitudeto zation's 50th Anniversary, now being observed. +{e, ert L. Saunders, State Senator,
Atlanta city leaders. every person who donated and to lion. Eugene F. Shaw
They taped a. progr' toward their trip. and Hon. Ralph Tyre, State
American Legion Observing Marine Lance Corporal Don- Representatives, and further
ald J. Chitty, son of Mr. DonH. action on the proposed raisein
NASWORTHY'S Fiftieth AnniversaryFifty Chitty of Starke and hus- the salaries of county off
',Jl ] band of the former Miss Regina icials rests squarely with them.
a=. M. Gladieux .of Lawtey. Please contact them further
four monuii "
years ago Country, through various
after the end of World WarI community projects and act- Nh.+i.R1l participated in Operation Tay- in any way you deem to bo
15-17 1919 lor Common with the First just and effective so that we
March ,
on such
ivities, as:
South Viet- can prevent this proposed leg-
the American Legion was I' Marine Division in
islation from becoming law to
started in Paris, France by"Doughboys" -- Veterans Service Officer nam.
and officers of unctions, providing informa- cyse The operation was conductedby the detriment of all of us.
4 the American ExpeditionaryForce. 1i' division units in the An Hoa Thanking you for your intell-
don and aid to veterans
this behalf
area 20 miles southwest of igence and efforts in
The Legion was formed by their famlUes. Danang to find enemy forces I am,

these fighting men because they -- School Medal Awards pro- Vo-Tech Center DedicatedSeveral and destroy their capability to Yours TrulyA.
realized that their comradeswere gram at Bradford High School, strike against the Danang area. D. Crosby
sick and wounded, need- giving public recognition to high Taxpayer and CitizenWINKLER
DURING OUR ing hospitalization; jobs were standards of character essential hundred ;persona attended -
needed to support their fam- to responsible citizenshipin the dedication of the
ilies; and the widows and child- the youth of America. Bradford-Union Area Vocational -
BIG DISCOUNTFURNITURE ren of their fallen comrades Technical Center. 609 N. Orange
must be cared for. -- American Legion Boys Street, Starke, Sunday aft
The Legion, which was bornof
State program, to teach young ernoon.
SALE war but dedicated to peace, Americans the fundamental Speaker Jesse Burt, touted
draws members from the
now precepts of Government. the need for vo-tech centers
ranks of four World
wars: such as the one)! here. He said
Come See You'll Save
Wars I and H, Korea, and Viet-
in the
American there 26 such centers
-- Legion Baseball are
nam. It has been a resPOnsible -
program, to Instill in state 'and that about 80 per cent
UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY contributor to American youth the
principles of of Florida's students are within
thought and deed--an organization sportsmanship and
"pledged to uphold and de- fair play. commuting distance of a vo- .ELECTRIC UK
Why Pay fed the Constitution of the United American !tech institution.
-- Committee, to Union School Supt. James
States, and the principles of safeguard the Ideals of citizen Cison? and Bradford Supt. Tom ,
5000 BTU PH1LCO AIR COND. $99.95SALE true Americanism." remains ship, promote partriotism and Oasey> In bottom. photo cut a
dedicated to the concepts of love of country and installing to
ribbon to open the building
to preserve a deep respect by reverance
continued service memberswere
PHILCO AM Radio( Justice, ireeaom, ana democ for its history, and by develop guided tours. Faculty
Reg. explain! their
Cabinet 2 Speakers racy. ing a thorough understanding of present: to Our Sets Carry A Full 5
$OQ95 Fine Tone Control $1295Very The Starke unit,Jones-Lang- proper flag display .find court- programs.
White Post 56 char- Director L. T. Oglespresent(
ed cash awards to three stu-
tered on April 28, 1931 by a
group of World War 1 veterans dents who designed the programfor Warranty On Picture Tube!
the dedication. First prize
and has continued, over the
went .to Freddie: Magyari, sec-
Furniture and Appliances years ples of to service promote, "For the God princi-and DODD COMMISSIONED: ond place ,to Deanne Allen, and For Only Pennies A Day!
to Mike Rhoden
third place
Secretary of State .Tom Ad.
The Bradford High' band pro-
---- -e a e e S e e e e e l e e e a a ee- ams has announced, the com
r vided concert music and Boy .
missioning of William
O. Dodd,
\ of Starke, as a member of the,i Scout Troop No. 70 performeda YEAR'WARRANTY J.
Father Kirby (
Hag ceremony
Board of Trustees of the Brad-
I of St. Kdward's Catholic. Church '.
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I A4 1 Ins tall Officers -- ,I

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Mrs. Faye Andrews, was in- p_ Clvltan Club, which had a .
I I atalled as president of the Fri- 100 per cent membership in the
ends of the Library at a meet- Friends of the Library plus a Color TheSANFORD j
::1:1 ing Monday night, April :21. donation. Model GL-610
: __ Mrs. Loyree LaNier who 23" diog., 295 tq. in. picture
Mrs. Marba Whittle, left, donated furniture for the Re- Value
I was Installed as vicepresident ference Department.
and Mrs. Shirley Andrewswas __ The Beta Sigma Phi Sor-
installed as secretary* ority and other Individuals who
treasurer. manned the book sale at the @ @ @OO
Retiring officers are Mrs. Strawberry Festival.
Bernie (George)Winkler,pres- The Senior Citizens who reg-
Relax. with !' ident; Richard Jockel, vice- uarly repair books.Employees .
president, and J. E. Tomlln- -- of the City
son, sec.-treas. Utility Department who moved
I I The Friends presented 1968- the Friends to the fair, helped YOU CAN AFFORD
1I 69 certificates of appreciationto set up the booth, then moved
1 A First Federal 13 groups or individuals at the books back.
the meeting: __ Charles Hall who provided
-- Wells Electric the firm colorful posters for membership Big-screen
which paid for a booth space drive and Library Fair Color TV for
at the Bradford
__ The Junior Woman's County Club Fair. Booth.-- Freeman Register who paid ._ family viewing!
No nood for the
for )
Savings Account giving a children's book for a booth space at the fair, la crowd around thli
to each new baby born to
1 members
1 -- The Bradford County Tele- Color TV Color TV It foaturoi a
and the Annual Art Show
graph for publicity.
big glaro-proof color
I they sponsor at the library
-- Radio Station WPXE for picture. ,Automatic" ; chro-
during National Library Week.
publicity. 1 ma control' fcc-vpt colorintonttty
-- The Rotary Club which Fred Graudon for his
: -- many tho way )you
A Certificate Savings Account Pays j donates each month an out- varied donations of time,equip want H.Th. .
stadlng record to the library. ment, and supplies.

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United States population growth has been decelerating
I On A $5,000 Minimum Investment For 6 Months I during the 1960's, according to the National Industrial Con-

I ference Board, while most of the world is experiencing a so- *
I called "population explosion."

: "The House of Savings 1 1I Every one of the last seven years has seen the number of NO MONEY UP TO
people in the United States increase less than the year before.In [ I

1968, population probably increased less than 2.1 millionor DOWN 3 YEARS TO PAY

barely more than 1 per cent while in 1961, it rose by more

I I than three million persons, or 1.65 per cent.

!1 The steep decline in the number of births has been the .

a n Savings and Loan dominant factor in population change here from their recordof Winkler Electric

. .-_ 4.2-4.3 1968.A million a year in 1956-61, to an estimated 3.5 millionin

:I 4.j_ J ASSOCIATION OF STARKE I surprising contrast shows a 32 per cent rise in marriagesand INC.

11$ N. Temple Are. Phone 964-5000 a 28 per cent increase in the number of women in their .I'ljot'thTemple Ave. Phone 964.7596

i_aeeeaaeiee __ ____J prime childbearing years. Marriages in 1968 were exceeded
Page 4 TELEGRAPH April 24, 1969 only in the immediate postwar years of 1946.

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P" . H

r 14, 4 .,. ,r------ err Lack Of ,Answers Ends Phone, Hearing Maj.MEDICS SPECIAL Don: AT J., FORCES nOTARY Lawrence of

N .Surgical. 3rd Special Forces,
OoaUauecl Prom PMT One] Company's current cost of ness of the increase." She R. J. Marlowe told the Commission Fort Bragg, N. C. was guest

has 30 employes and since Dec- money." presented a petition opposingthe that lie has traveled speaker at the Starke Rotary

u+sslt> a3FZ ember, 1961 gross plant value Rexroat presented exhibits in increase signed by some over a lot of the country and Club Wednesday' and was accompanied
has Increased from $1,999,991 support of the rate Increase. 275 persons and also presented that the Starke system is the by other members of
to $4.959,890 in December 1968. He said that the proposed Increase the results (opposed) of a worst I've ever seen. his medical team' Capt. Frank
Ingle said that since 1962 would bring in $153, poll taken of the Chamber mem "I've Another, A. D. Crosby, said Mocrc and Sgt. Joe Campbell.
property; taxes have climbed 717 resulting in an increaseof bers. been using the Starke Maj. Lawrence will return soon
from $11,000 to almost $23,000. $70,515 In net operating Income Relating personal difficultieswith telephone system for about 25
to Vietnam, and described someof
He also said that the the Mrs. years and the service is not
company and a rate of return of phone system, the disease problems of the
Is working to comply with the 7.98 per cent. lie pointed out LaNier pointed out two prob- as Rood tndav as it was when
of that country, well
( )
Mr. II. A. Bishop sold natives 'as
newly adopted Commission'sservice that Florida State is the result lems which she believes are .
out the U. S. Armed Forces stationed
standards and plans'to of several companies which particularly bad -- the difficulty -
When Councllmen Neil Malaria gives the
provide service with in distance City; there.
no were merged and that there getting a long
i Tucker took the stand he most trouble the speaker .said,
a k more than five subscribers a were no rate changes in these operator and the "extreme com-
line by the end of 197 O. The companies as they were mer- amount of noise" on the phone. pared Florida State's rates greatly decreasing the efficiency
I w..} Commission set 1973 as the ged into Florida State. She said that she receives with rates in surrouding cities: of the country.
t- deadline for compliance. After about an hour and a courteous treatment when she Jacksonville, residence, one- The speaker was introducedby
Holmes explained the Interconnections half, there was a short break reports the trouble and that party; $5.60 and two-party; $4. Dr. A. Y. Covlngton.
Ten-gallon hats and other Western gear; brightened Call 25, and one-party; commercial
between Con- during which about 25 people "they do try to do something
Street last Saturday afternoon a rider. of all aces participatedIn tinental Telephone Company: and left, and then the stand wan about it" but the problems re- $13; Palatka, residence, $4 and
parade heralding the opening; of the 2nd Annual Rodeo sponsored its subsidiaries. opened to the public. In all, main. $3.05, and commercial, $8.75; yule and Keystone Heights, are
by the Bradford Roping Club. Napier took the stand to testify 16 area residents took the standto Joseph Kerrigan spoke up in Gainesville, residence $4.40 served by Southern Bell and
concerning "fair rate of protest the rate hike and, and $3.40, and commercial,$10. that "there is no other tele-
The two-day event, featuring professional riding talent, : behalf of the Senior Citizens: 25
Keystone Heights residence
; phone in the state
return and cost of monev. in most to complain of company
brought a capacity crowd to the Fairgrounds a'rena' Saturday He said that in 1968 "net op- poor service.cases lie said that many older peo- $4 and $3.05, and com- lower than Southern Bell."
Linda Griffis night, and was termed a success In every respect. erating income amounted "io First to take the stand was ple live on small Incomes and mercial, $8.75; Raiford, resid-
simply could not afford suchan ence, $7,25 and $6, and com-
which is 6.l9"o rate of Mrs. Loyree
$242,960 LaNler presidentof When the
hearing ended at
increase and he also pointed mercial, $11.25 Lake Butler
Rodeo QueenLinda Bill EZERASE TYPEWRITER. return on year end base" the Bradford County Cham- out that there are many residence, $6.50; and $5.25, and, 3:45 (the Commissioners had
Merger and which he considered"com- ber of Commerce. Mrs. Lanier to end at 5 5:30)
PAPER. Mlmeo Paper Bond poor people in the area who commercial $9.75.Commissioner planned or :
pletely Inadequate and there- said the Chamber Is opposed in addition to about 50 spectators were
Paper.Bradforl. Notebook Filler. would be hurt Mayo com-
to the increase
Griffis, 10-year-old Readied For County Telegraph.Legislature fore unreasonable especially in becauseof that "The service is terrible mented that four of the cities present. V
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill view of Florida State Telephone because"inadequate of the"excesslve-service"and bad," Kerrigan said. Jacksonville, Palatka Galnes-

: Griffis- .and niece of_ Mr._ and -
Mrs. Nelson criiiLs, with whom *
Quantity Rights
she lives on Route 1, Starke, *
received a trophy as Queen of tion after consolidation goes f
the second Annual Rodeo, spOn- Into effect." Q CELEBRATEDWITH
sored by the Bradford Roping Crider's plan makes no pro- .
Club last Saturday' and Sunday. vision for a local referendumon EAGt.F
the consolidation issue on
Lora .Ann Lawson was first grounds that it should be a

trunner-.up; Carol Diggs, .second; decision by the legislature on OVER 100 STORES DISCOUNT STORES
And Donna Bryant, third. an over-all basis, rather than
piecemeal action. The no- aVeS ', V LOWER BETTER
The trophies were presentedat referendum is sure to draw PRICES QUALITY

the Rodeo Saturday night by the most opposition to the plan, WITH 100 WAYS TO SAVE .
Merrill Griffls, :president of the. but Crider says he's ready to E F s'ISAC1
Roping Club. fight for ItArguing # # *
that the consolidation r
oiscouNT crones
plan will be a boonto
small counties by cutting

HearingSet administrative Crider more said efficient It would cost governments and also settingup give a p' : I' NEW STORE IN PALMETTO' AT 1111 8TH., AVE. N. SAVE MORE!

small counties "a new polit-
InStabbing ical balance that might help MUNSEY BROILER
them have their weight felt 20X40
more in the Legislature, and BEFORE'' G.E. STEAM &
to share In the economic pros- NEVER PRINTED TOWELS ALL PURPOSE

perity the; state.enjoyed" in other partsof LIMIT ti TOWELS DRY IRONS THESE LOW I LOW PRICES

I If perfect
Another proposed four-county { 1r
( 98< each
(ConttauMd from Page One) merger in this area would be
Clay, Putnam, St. Johns, and e s WASHCLOTHS .. .
Flagler Counties, according to Pack
Larry Kelly was sentenced to
10 days in Jail for driving while Crider's political proposal.Few observers. think i IF 25 his license was revoked or 1'
that the bill has a chance for M Decorator all + vi .
lie will be allowedto
suspended. 1 ( colon to purpose NEVER ., Lovely assorted colors
approval at this session of the A, r __
his time weekends. .
serve on Legislature, but see It -- or Toast Broil or Bake in this c v{ compliment'r towels gEFOR :.. to compliment your table
Three were fined for havingno something similar as a possibility handy tabletop oven! t your bath In _: .' .in easy to clean plastic
inspection sticker on their .* and clean lovely &
in the future. Easy to use room
vehicles. Tom Kennith Hardy One; thing unexplained by the .* Thermostat .' Soft andabsorbant soft From steam to dry at the %_- I 54X72 5454X54 <

was fined $35 or five; Shell bill is what would happed to g.a.a controled Fluffy and absorbant as \ colors push of a button! :, ?
Mack Abernathy $35 or 10; present courthouses, new and deemingYOU only Cannon makes them Fabric dial sets to correct ,, '", I
and Tedrick Brown $35 or five. old. Bradford County; has a SAVE I. I I finish! Modern colors fast shades LIMIT 12 iron temperature: cord lift -
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1 For An Improved '69 Grid Squad

for Year own sake!
Trade at Home
"We'll be experimenting all Offensively, the head Tornado sad tommunlly' rogret'
Tommy Blackshear, who lettered can use at many positions, er but quicker boys are there
spring," Head Football Coach thinks, the line should be im- at end and guard and Hurse says. The coach plansto lettermen Benjl Moxley anc halfback. Johns Is a small
David Hurse said Tuesday as proved. Coaches are experi- played linebacker too, has been use Tim also at split end Keith Tatray. Challenging: them speedster and the son of former -

spring grid drills were getting menting there with some un- switched to the tight end spot. and halfback. "We're count- are Hugh Stephens,Brant Turner BUS standout fullback

under way. planned shifting being done on Blackshear's fine speed and Ing heavily on Murphey,"Ilurso Lavern Outlaw, Wayne Bennett Carl Lamar Johns.At .
I Highlight of the spring drills account of Green's absence. good hands are the reasons behind repeated. Marty; Meng Richard halfback will be newcomers
will be an Intrasquad contest that move, Hurse said. Also at tight end are Robert Sapp, Mike Smith, and Clar- Mark Milner, a senior trans- fSTABLISHEO 1904 W1W
May 23 and the annual varsityvs Strong side tadle is a moat Paterson, Morris Aarons, and ence Slade. Slade Is the fastest fer from Tallahassee Leon and
graduating seniors game May Important spot. Trying to fill Also working at tight end will Julian DeSue. of the bunch and due to his 145 pounds, and Jimmy Alvarez, BodcocltbFURNITURE ScLe

30."We it are Danny Jackson, 210pound be two year letterman Tim speed may develop Into a good a 145 pound junior. Both are and APPLIANCES Wee.e
look for an Improved junior Buddy Sapp, 185; James Murphey one of the few ath- "We're looking for a split prospect, Hurse says. good prospects Ilurse says. .
attack and an improved lexes to letter in football end who can catch a football" Letterman Dennis Hall will
passing Williams, 200 pound sopho- ever A real battle for the quarter- 3 WAYS TO WIN
running game" Hurse says. more, and Jerry Lee. as a freshman. Murphey"is Hurse says. A number of light- back spot is shaping up between also be there again and Tim Sales Event
The offense, he predicts, will a fine athlete and one we back spot is shaping up''bo- senior Mike Norman'and Murphey will spend part time During This Great

be Improved over last season Fighting for the strong junior Dean Johns up from the there. !"' t 1. 11-pe.. Glass Service Set FREE
went 7-3 (Editor's Note: We'll havea .. first $68.00 pur-
when the Tornadoes side post JV squad Norman has the with your
guard are Tony
even though the 1969 club will CDstlen greater experience but Johns preview of the 1969 Tornado chase.
Jim Shuford, Gene Makes
lack experienced backs.It Harris, and Rudolph Perkins. Mayton Tech has been working real hard defense next Thursday, Mayl.) 2'" $50.00 in merchandise Store winner in

pointed out that the Perkins, at 186, may be movedto since football season and has in every Associate
was 7-3 record was fullback if the other three been doing exceptionally well Florida and Georgia.

1968 improvement gridders nvpr the 5-5 can fill the spot. in practice, Ilurse says The 3 t. $500.00 Grand Prize Winner
mark in 1967. The,three losses Sit Up Take NoticeAndy quarterback will have to be able wins merchandise up to

last vear. Hurse points out, There is good experience at to throw accurately in the off- $500.00 in retail value.

we to teams which lost the center post in Bill Buby, ensive plans Nurse is cookingup local closes Saturday. June 14th, '1969. Drawings to be
only two games between them. 215. who lettered there last Mayton played his way Quoting Tech Coach Bud Car- for the 1969 season. made.g.ra.on after June 30th, 969. at Main Office in Mulberry, florida. A
of the
Perry and Lake City lost one year. Other .possibllites are Into a starting assignment as a son, the Atlanta article stated: List of Prize Winners will be furnished on reque.t. Employees
Robert Chesser, Erick Tom- Christy Chandler, a starting and A"ocate Stores and their immediate families are not
game each and Palatka was sophomore onto the Bradford "We filmed the little short Corporation
unbeaten. linson, and Steve Wynn. High School football team sev- scrimmage we had the other guard last season, has been df- eligible, to AWARDS
Thirty-three varisty prayers eral years ago and the all- day and it's amazing what this moved to the fullback spot enter.REGISTER FOR FREE

_ reported for practice :Monday.Six Weak state Tornd young sophomore Mayton was Dale Johns, letterman,will also D MR D MRS 0 MISS
more are excused from side guard Is the one state Tornado gridder is apparently able to do with the amount of be playing there as well as

drills to run track. strong position on the offen- about to repeat that work we've done. Name . . . . . . . . . . .
Rive line. Hurse says, with performance at Georgia Tech. "He's been a pleasant sur- tackle He

Temple Two lettermen and Joe Green, end, Jimmy slated Ralph Morgan, a two-year letterman prise, to say the least. We much of spot.the time himself was injured, re- Address . . . . . . Ph . . .

for a starting guard spot, did lie will, slated get help to play from there.Gene According to an Atlanta lost Kidd,both our John centers Collins last and year Bill, the the starting season,line but up.he never left 0 City . . . . . . State . . .

not Ilurse report said for he spring is practice."not interested Raulerson and Tommy Lee, newspaper last week, "a rather and that position was quite a He made all-state his junior Nothing To Buy-You Need Not Be Present To Win.

in a newcomer to the grid team obscure sophomore lineman at problem. year. Andy also played on Register as often as you wish. Must be 18 years or older.
a large justto
squad and a good prospect, and Ed- Georgia Tech named Andy May- "But Mayton's moved In there two Class A state champion
have one. Plans are to ward Clark. ton has done the following thingsin and has taken over. He's num- teams, his sophomore and I Wish For The Following Items

work the varisty hard enough the two days of Yellow'" CI\ti, ber one, and that certainly junior years which ran up a (Not To Exceed $500. Retail Value):

down"so they will cull themselves Letterman Tom Marks heads spring practice: brightens spring practice. This string of 31 straight games 1. . . . . . 4. . . . . . .
to the hard core, whetherit of for all looks like ... well ... he
the list candidates for the solved, practical without
be 15 or 35." -- Tech'soffensive guy looks like he be a lose. 2. . . . . .5. . . . . . .
can a good
weak side tackle post He has purposes, center Mayton is now 22 pounds at

Mike Macy, 185 and up from problems." one." 6-1 and Starke fans will be NIFTY KNIT-Aileen mixes 3. . . . . .6. . . . . . .
the JV squad, Tommy Eiland, "-- made head coach Bud Mayton played guard last year hearirur from him next fall. summer yellow and spring above items and
SMILEOF Ray Jordan, and Jerry Cummings Carson take a brighter out look as a Tech freshman. But when Another BUS product, Eddie green for a snappy combo. The In the event you purchase any of the your
to contend with. at the spring drills." a senior lineman at BUS on the Douglas, now a junior is playing cotton knit culotte dress has name is drawn for the grand prize credit will apply or cosh
THE WEEK injury riddled 1967 squad Andy second team guard at Tech the two.piece look of a striped refund if paid for. No obligationnothing to buy!

had to play center and line- and should also see plenty; of tank top and hip-riding pant - - - h- a

Country Club Ladies Host backer as well as his regularLong action next fall. skirt. 12 CU. FT. UPRIGHT FREEZER

,Nunn, rtip6sl" I

r'v1 =.mar. 62 In 9-Ho/e GolfARoundWhen 435 Lb. Capacity _

./. To 3 Refrigerated Shelves I,
AssistIn 4 Door Shelves .
1'ILci : I. Ladles of the Starke Golf Lois Walker, Keystone Heights; xt t
I" Zero -Cold Freezer
and Country Club hosted 62 Margaret Miller, Starke, Char-

I '"'. players from seven area clubsin lotte Marker, Inverness and
a Ladies Golf Association Ruth Broadway, Starke, all at $19995 s3
\ j 9 Hole Golf ARound last ..,.. AWEEK
1 Thursday, April 17. 54.Low net in Group B was Fran
i Leading player in the tour- Morton of Williston and Winnie Zoning WorkA

ney was Jerry Hassell of Will- Glenn of Starke in a tie at 35.
Iston who had the low grossin Low putter was Ruth Miller of
\ Group A, the top flight, at Dunnellon with 16.Group.
/ '" ) cited several Instances growth potential In
45 for the nine holes. boost has been given proposed Roberts the greatest
zoning: regulations for in the past where the build the county. oau' NIOI IGIEI
TIIEnE'S0:; KIDDING: Second low gross was Naomi C
AKOUND.: WHEN IT COMESTO Herres of Starke, wife of the Low gross-- Phyllis Neely, Bradford County by the em- ing of chicken: house has caned The fact that the zoning regulations \ 15 CU. FT. CHEST FREEZER

DEPENDABLE.: SERVICE Starke pro Herb Herres, at 48. Ocala, 52; second low gross- ployment of Tax (Assessor Gene complaints by neighbors. He proposed will be subjectto /N/IUIIII/ Lift)
FROM US! First low net honors wentto Shirley Lovell, Ocala 57; low Long "to get the project off the said ,a proposal is under consideration the control of the county 538 Lb. Capacity

Mary Browner of Golden net Elmo Graff, Ocala 4lj; erour.d," 'according to Zoning now whereby '(a chicken commission was stated several I Only 44" Wide
WANTED Hills, Jacksonville, at 38. Sec- second low neta tie, Maybelle Committee chairman GeorgeRoberts house would have to be backat times, -as well as the point that Lift-Owl Basket
ond low net was won by Ruth Patterson and Helen Whlsman. least 200 feet from a paved any and all actions on zoning! I Safety light
Powell Starke. both of Ocala,and Gladys Hobbs, road cr 150 feet from a graded will be advertised and then discussed I I. Baked enamel l finish
EXPERIENCED Low The County Commission! was"apparently read and the same!! distance in, public. hearings. $3
putter was Marian oucn- Starke, all at 43; tieing for ::
WAITRESSMust ner of Ocala with 16. low putts were Willie Mae Turner pleased" with pro- from a property line.!! Roberts asked the commission. our 19995 wnh A WEEK
Group B posed zoning regulations for to appoint: another member of Tnd.3adGoch .
and Letta Anderson, both INIOIFIGIEI
: Be 21
In Group B, low gross honors of Ocala. the county after they were reviewed Roberts said ha thinks! the the zoning board 'as ''a successorto "
/ WtU
Or Over went to Ruth Thomas of Ocala The ladies lunched at the : last Thursday night proposed restriction would pre. Leaton Morgan, Jr., who re wdfo.u RuIJ"

In with 53; second low gross was Country Club after the match April 17. in 'a joint session of vent a person. from erecting a signed, and the request waa ;, '
Apply the zoning committee ''and the bIg\ chicken house on a small taken under ,advisement. gR1CES ai: ckI
Person ToTUCK'S commission. Long has been hir- parcel of land, thus possibly Zoning board. members present LOWESZ EASfEST TERMS
You Cse Ann0 per month until zoning causing 'a nuisance: to neighbors. at the meeting Included To

Account r- laws are er.acted, 'and a full rode. Ed Wainwright Ernest

Your Prescription Tax Record? ttr time supervisor is hired. Commissioner Ralph) Bryan Triest Rex Smith 'and Zedp, 128 S. Walnut S
Hnrhcciit/ DRIVEINBEEF are Kept For You By Us Roberts said his committeehas questioned if the proposed regulations Hamilton. HILL WILSON, OWNER
would allow for expansion
a lot mere work: to be done
PORK SPARE RIBS Andrews Drugs but that the meeting was heldto of existing poultry operations 9 ___ __ __ ___ _______
CHICKEN P S in an area where suchoperations ____
bring the commission up to( ,
For Fast Delivery mal 961.7170 Sc p11s
CURB SERVICE : are lestricted.It .
u s.301 SOUTH
has been
date on what
Roberts said Long knows the Bill paying got
was explained that all existing you
county well and can, ,be invalu- .
facilities! will be permittedto ,

able assistance continue in their operations, on a merry-go. round ?
Bill Anderson:: zoning ,specialist I '
with the Urban Council and and a request for a permitto ;
expand would' be heard by
Research Service of ,the Univer ,
the zoning board.
l sity of Florida, who has assisted
the committee ,appointed by
Jchn Torode suggested that y
the Commission showed anumtxr ,
of land-use maps and went In such an event, the permit i
might: be granted if there was p
over a list of proposed; zoning ,
; no objection on the part of I b I ; I
coiss.:: Designations: proposed ; x
FEED-HANDLING TIP: are: neighbors.It ,4 S
was also proposed that a :' : ;
RA single family dwelling;
legislative act be drawnup ',; ." .
special :
RB residential; RC coun- ,
pushinga home estate district; ; for consideration toy the f' : '"
try or i
legislative delegation that ,} ," e4as l w d I II
A:A exclusive agricultural; A : .1 .
AB general ,agricultural; would give the county power tocontrol v :
of .. {v
the establishment "
button CD "
CA roadside districts; saI
subdivisions. The matter was I < .,
roadslSs! service districts; CC rgereral -- :
roadside service dis- referred to County Judge, T. A. ..;.

beats trict One; problem which must be Yawn.Single family dwelling' ? districts I .

faced squarely by the Zoning Roberts explained; ,are icwr5r

Committee Is the zoning of set up to protect low density res- ; :
Idsntlal neighborhoods. Permitted ;:.
Roberts said,
chicken farms
pushinga !
when the subject came up. \ structures are owner gar ," '{.'.<'': < ". \ ;.,:,., !,.,
and toolsheds occupancy '.'
the zoning ages / \
The chairman said ':/: '
buslnt'sssuc,)) as doctors of- '}'f" #",1.J.1//" ); -.' ST
shovel comm.ttee docs!! not want to restrict tf: :, < :, ..' ; .
shops Row : ,! ;.
fices und beauty I b
the poultry industry but ) eas ->>
instead encourage it. He said the crops for family consumption ,., : ,', ',. 7. : S .-
t : .
committee had met with representatives are allowed and occupants are .. ', '.. \ ', ." '/ "
to 50 f' : : .
of De poultrymen permitted; to keep>: up """ ",' ".1 "
0I and tried to work: out regulations chickens or ''a' few ohc.r: e.s. -"\ : ,..I f '" .' \\ii", \\ l.f I '

which would be fair to Exemptions! Include churches ; '"::;'( ,.,. .,tr,; f :\ "
all concerned and schools. Prohibited are ;-
poultry or stock farms, veal : ... : 1 j S
farms, hog farms, Junk yards ,:'1 ,4" t

I protect and Residential trailers.medium(RB)density is set up residential to- I Open a Checking Account with us I II

neighborhoods. Prohibited I Galloping all over town to pay bills is like running around in circles

/ uses are rabbit farms, poul- It can waste your time. wear you out. So make
I life
try and stock farms, Junk yards, easier and pay

trailers, drag sties *r car race I bills without ever leaving homeby check. And for shopping, checks

tracks. are a lot safer than cash. Start enjoying the convenience of a

I Checking Account today.
Nobody enjoys the dreary hours of man-handling feed. Country home or estate districts -

And nowadays, with low-cost electric power readyto tlonal! he zone said moving cover from'a transl-agriculture !- I On long trips or short, carry "The Rescue Money"

do the chore for there's I
you, no reason to to residential development -

waste all this time and work. Automatic electric of higher than average AMERICAN EXPRESS {

feed-handling equipment mixes feed accurately, priced homes on fairly! large :
building tracts. Among( the
controls the flow, moves the mix to each
stanchionor prohibited uses listed are 'agri- _________
feed bunk, and shuts itself off. Sign on cultural processing' industries, I /If lost or stolen, you get your money back-and your trip Is rescued

Reddy Kilowatt when it comes to feed handling; commercial and Industrial. Spendable everywhere. Cost-only It per dollar/

he's the most efficient, most economical handyou've Exclusive agriculture districtAA
II ( ) Is set up to protect farmers I
ever hired !
from adverse effects of I

Ask equipment dealer consult non-farm uses sUM as Increased II
your or us. I
taxes caused by the demandby
'\!!'. : : non-farm owners' for development I
= of public services.It .
F PlltJ
calls for a minimum area. ,

LOI04' POMitn k LIGHT' COM'.NV COZY-Cone's giant wale cot. of 2 1-2 acres: and only' one t
ton corduroy gives luxury I
H" ".d 'UliO single family dwelling per three
treatment to this fashionable acres. Member. Federal Deposit Insurance
robe for at-home wear Styled Corp I
with long flowing lines, it's On roadside districts Alex- One of 30 Banks of the Florida National
accentuated with two gold but- ander said more study Is needed Grouplook I
tons at the neck: Designed by as the highway district from

Page 6 TELEGRAPH April 24, 1969 Stella Fafzin. Starke to beyond Lawtey shows ---- ----- --- --- __ ______


Nine Orange Park Wins 2nd BHS Invitational

Bows 30A

Orange Park nipped Lake Butler 800-1 d. Run McMahon) Fla. Two Mile Hun J 1)) Stein, Bol. Deaf 4)) P.K. Younge 5-tie) BUS
by three tenths of a sec- 7 'l itv Deaf 2)) Bannister OP 3))Bryant, 2) Clark, I'KY 3)) J. Stanch and l'alaUla.lew/; Record-
one hit pitching per- ond in the mile relay to become Pa. 4) Ilolton, PKY 5) Montean, SA 4)) Porwall, BK 5)) Collins, 3:30.5: Old Record by Bolles
formance by St. Augustine's champions of the second Bal. 6)) Reed Fla. Deaf. New OP 6)) Cowdry, Bol. [New; rec- 3:32.7.:
John Glover paved the way for annual Bradford High Invitational record 2:01.2.: Old record by ord 10:18.1. Old record by Discus J 1)) Saunders. Clay iii
Bradford High's 3-0 demise in Track and Field Meet Brown. Live Oak 2:02 In 1968. Collins OP, 10:48.7.: 2)) Coleman, 01' 3)) Kinnard
the Class A Sub-District Two here Friday April 18. Spring Medley Relay I 1) Lake Mile Relay J 1)) Orange Park Pal. 4) Taylor OP 5) Toole

Baseball Tournament last The Raiders, who have risen r, ? Ylr Butler (Mangus, George Webb (Bullington, Reese, Baxley, Bol. 6) Braddock, OPt /New;
Thursday April 17. rapidly as an area athletic Alexander) 2)Orange Park Taylor) 2) Lake Butler 3) Fla. Record 153-7. Old Record by
: 3) BHS 4) Baldwin 5)Palataka) Mayton, BITS, 1444 1/2.
power in the past several years 200Yd. Dash DWrlght) Fla.D .
nadoes'Dennis Hall got the Tor- scored 96 points for the win 6) t. Aug. Time 2:05.2.: af 2)) Chrlstoffer; ( Clay IIi Shot Put I 1)) Saunders Clay Hi
only hit off
It was the Glover. compared to Palatka's 81 1/2 3)) Lewis, S4). Alford, Bal. 2)) Taylor. OP 3)) Coleman OP
Glover second time this for second place. But the win 5)) Tucker, Fla. Deaf 6) Parker 4)) Cotton, Fla. Deaf 5)) Reeder
season shut-out
the BHS over 13 area schools competing District 2-A Clay HI. Time23.5.. Pal. 6)) Weatherspoon Hal DisMarshman -
nine. This
one ended the 1969 depended on the slim vic-
baseball season for the Tor- tory In the mile relay. 1g
nadoes. They compiled a 4- ;a Track Event
11 over-all record. The Orange Park team of

Bullington, Reese, Baxley, and Set At BHS 4
Johnny Brown pitched the en- Taylor established a new mile
tiro game for the Tornadoes, relay record of 3:30.5 to win I
allowing five hits in his top the meet for the Raiders the The annual Class A DistrictII l'
performance of the season. second straight year. track and field competitionis ,_ '

Coach Dewey McKinney praised set at the Bradford: High
Brown for his performance Ten meet records were School oval Friday, May 2, with ..-
blaming the defeat on the Tor- broken and marks set in two 13 schools: scheduled\ to compete.
nadoes' inability to get base new events. Trials will begin at 3:30: p.m.

hits. James Stanch of St. Augus- "-a.,. .-........ and finals! at 7 p.m., accordingto xt-
St. Augustine scored three tine established' a time of 10: hOne BHS Coach George Loper. t

runs in the fourth inning the 57.5 in the 3,000 "meter stee- big difference .In the second BUS Invitational was ''ribbons awarded by a pretty Charge will be $1 for adults and.

inly scoring in the game. ple Palatka's chase in one new event. girl with a big smile Hugh Stephens and Brant Turner, members of the BHS sprint ;50) cents for students.
team of hood lirin-
BUS Statistics son, Pinkney, and Walker turn- medley relay team, are given ribbons and big smiles of BUS cheerleaders Gin,.. Bald- First and second place finish
ed in a 45.9 440-yard relay win and Cindy Sink. ers in each event will qualify to
lit the. annual state
time to win the second
Hall, If 3 0 1
track mm at the Universityof
Smith, ss 300 event. BUS Wayne Bennett
Melvin cfGraudon 3 0 0 Brant Turner Clarence Slade Florida May 10. Reddish takes the baton from Clarence Slade In

rf 3 0 0 ana Hugh Stephens were sec- .. t"::1. Schools scheduled to compete the sprint medley relay, Reddish, BUS anchor man. brought
.. ; In the District 2.L'event, are
Brown 300 ond in the 440-yd. relay at -it...! ,_ '
Talley p 3b 3 0 0 45.9 which is a new Bradford .' -" :. Orange Park, BUS Lake:! City. the Tornadoes In third.

Smith 1 100 High School record. ..... .. Live Oak: : Bolles.: Perry lUck-
Temple Ib 2 0 0 .. '" ards, Jacksonville: Butler Jack-
Riherd 2bLasslster 2 0 0 Team scores were 1) Orange : J l sonville Gilbert Tallahassee
c 2 0 0totals Park 96, 2) Palatka 81 1/2 SJ:! \. r"" Gociby. Jacksonville Bishop Kenny 2
3)) .. ; Jacksonville Stanton Vocational .
St. Augustine 48, 4)) P.K. i
24 0 1 Younge 45, 5)) Lake Buter 42, ( and Quincy Parramore.
6) Bradford High 37 1/2, 7) I J
Florida School for the Deaf .
37, 8)) a tie, Baldwin, and Clay ..
1 Hi, 31, 10) Bolles 30, 11)) Bishop Men's Softball ;y.S.r

Kenny 11, 12)) Lake City 10, t. .

and 13) Callahan 7. ".'. .
Outstanding performer of the Garden Restaurant .and the
meet was Fred Gridder of St. Starke Merchants (formerly
Augustine who led individual INoegel's) eacih recorded easy
scoring with 16 1/4 points. wins in the opening: of the 1969 k
Gridder won the high hurdles Men's Recreation Softball Lea
was third in the low hurdles Tornado hurdler Scottie Smith, extreme left, grimace with effort as he rae to

and triple jump, sixth In the fourth place finish In the 120-yard high hurdles. gue.Garden rapped out 17 hits in
high jump, and ran a leg on
to !the
downing new
the sixth place St. Augustine )
Ford &
league Terwlllcgar
800-yd. relay team.
4,.. ? Denmark Furniture, 166. John
Besides the 440-yard relay Watson, 4 for 4 at the blade, &
BUS also placed third In the 'Dwight Elder. 3 for 3, paced '

two mile relay. Ricky Frick, V the Garden. Wright of Florida School for the Deaf edged Orange Park's

Tim Murphey, Buddy Trawick, '- .-4---' Second game of the evening Ken Taylor In the 100-yard dash. Taylor, right looks as If he'sahead
and Alan Patz established a new saw the Starke Merchants paste
hit the wire first.
but Wright
school record of 8:41.4: break- .!" : ',, Hampton 15-1. Claude Hardee

ing their own old mark of 8:58.: h JJ "" ,., ,. :. !with 3 triples and Jim Beeler lance 45-6 3/4. Pole Vault J 1)) Denmark, Clay
The BHS 880-yard relay team \\In. with a home run led the Merchants Lone Jump I 1)) Alexander LB '111 2)Knowles) Pa. 3)\Vllliams,
of Wayne Bennett, Brant Turner -
Clarence Slade, and Hugh 2) George, LB 3)AttawayOP) Pal. 4)Andreu) 5)Griggs) BUS
SCHEDULE Weatherspoon) iiai. o) 6)) Green, Clay Iii. New Record
Qt also third behind
Stephens placed Thursday April 24 Hampton Mozingo Bal 6)) Wright, Pl Orange Park and Palat- A novel event for Bradford fans was the mile walk, the hip-swinging event shown Distance
vs Garden' 8 p.m.; Merchants 20-9. Chiefland 11-3.
VERSATILE-Designer Stan- ka.The BUS above at the slart. Several hundreds of fan watch 13 schools compete In the Invitational vs TerwlllesaT-Denmark' Triple Jump-I 1) Walker.Pa. High Jump1)) Long, OP, 2)
ley Nelson chooses textured sprint medley relay meet. 9:30.: 2)Mozliigo) Bal. 3)) Gridder, SA Barnes, Bal. 3)) IG-tee.: PKY
cotton in a giant houndstooth team of Wayne Bennett, Tuesday April 29 Hampton 4)) Foster, Pa. 5)) Melvin, BUS 4)Roberts) Pal. 5)Garcia) PKY

check tation of for the his daytime superb suit.interpre-The and Hugh:Marshaman Stephens. Clarence Reddish placed Slade, The BUS mile relay team of Two Mile Relay J 1) Bolles va Denmark-Terwillegar. 8 p.m.; 6) Griggs, BITS /New; Record 6)Grldder) SNew/; Record-

short-sleeved shaped jacket is third behind Lake Butler and Jimmy Andrews, Alan Patz (Falrcloth Cowdry, Woosley. Garden vs Merchants, 9:30.: 39-8 3/4. Old Record by Black, 6-0. Old record by Munsch,
combined with a slim.fitting Orange Park. Buddy Trawick, and Marsh/nan Stein) 2) PalauXa 3) BUS 4)) OP, 39-6. BK, 5-10.
dirndl skirt. Reddish tied for sixth place with Baldwin 5)PKY) 6)) St. Aug. --
- Palatka. New Record8:28.4.: Old rec-
Scottie Smith placed fourth in ord 8:49.9: by Palatka in 1968 *
the 120-yard high hurdles for 100-Yd. Dash-J 1) Wright, Fla. ,f -
BUS, and Ronnie Griggs placed deaf 2)Taylor) OP 3)) Tilletson ,.
1.YK.r fourth in the 180-yard low hurd- LC, 4)) Lewis, SA 5)) Lang, :
les. Gene Melvin was fifth SA 6) Vincent. LC. Time10.4..
in the triple jump at 38-5, a
BHS record in the first
new Mile Hun1)I) Porwall, BK
time he had tried the event.
2)) Bannister OP, 3) Collins,
Melvin broke Scottie Smith'sold
r OP 4) 1101 ton, PKY 5) D. Stanch -
BUS record of 37-10. Ron- SA 6) Kooyman, BK. New:
nie Griggs was sixth in the meet Old record by Danny Stein of
at 38-3 also breaking Smith's Bolles, 1968, 4:43.8.: :
old school record. Palatka's 800Yd. Relay I 1) Orange
Walt Walker won the event Friday Park (Harvey Hampshire At-
at 39-6 feet, a new Invitational taway Reese) 2)) Palatka 3)BIIS)) COMMERCIALPRINTING
/4'1. record. 4)) Fla. Deaf 5) Clay 111 6) St.

Statistics 1'11I1. Time 1:34.7.:

'3,000 meter steeple Chase- 440Yd. Dash- DTaylor) OP

J 1)) Stancil, SA 2)) Garcia, HKV, 2)) Foster Pal. 3)) Colson Bol.
3)) Wilkenson, PKY, 4) Johns, 4)) Roenbieck, SA 5) Bullington -
Pal, 5)) Motes, Pal. 6)) Bauer, OP 6)) Diamond, Bol. Time
Bol. New record 10:57.5.: 50.9.
440 Yd Relay J 1)) Palatka Mile Walk 1) Stokes, Cal.
2) Armstrong Pal. 3)Evans) ,
(Hood, Brinson, Pinkney, Walker Pal. 4)) Preston, PKY 5)) Carter -
) 2) BHS 3)) Orange Park Pal. 6)) Richardson OP.
4) Lake Butler 5)) Baldwin 6) New record 7515.: Old Rec-
St. Augustine. New record -- ord by Armstrong, Pa. 8:19.9

45.6. in 1968.
To insure 120Yd. High Hurdles1) 180-Y d. Low Hurdles Du-
I Gridder SA 2)Geroge) LB 3)) pree PKY. 2)) Vincent, LC 3) Is A Specially With Us
Dupree, PKY 4)) Smith BHS, Gridder SA 4)) Griggs, 5)) Bann-
domestictranquility 5)) Yon, LB 6)) Thomas LB. ister 01' 6)) Denmark, Clay
time15.7, Ili. Time 214.

Tornado Runners Check your supply of Letterheads Envelopes, Business -

Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printingyou

Top Tigers 7359Bradford may require and if the quantity is low just give us

,: a

;>...I. xpt" \. High ruluiers defeated lii ; 3)) Orlggs. BHS, 1810.

I.\\\..;,tit, "",\\1. ....-\ .? Lake City 73-59 ina. dual 120-Yd. High Hurdles 1)) ,. If we have printed for you before/ a phone call will
.....\I." .;':'t' \1.'vo\,1.\,\4 track meet Tuesday: April 22, Smith BHS. 16.62); ) Thomas
-<\\\.:. \\\., \.\'\\\ t",\.\,xt ta.".:I.""e1httJ.... ." on the local oval. Le, 17.6; 3)) Andrews BUS, a start our presses turning as we keep at our fingertips

I.\\;-.\' '\ I. \\"."\..\\ \.. ;N.\\ Ronnie Griggs was high point ((18.3. a complete file of all printing produced in our plant.
',\ .. .,\;.." .\ "" ,, \ man for BITS with 12. He won 100-Yd. Dash 1)) Vincent a
..., .""
\\\\1. .1.\, I. ,\\v: ...1.\' ,\1.pJ the pole: vault, was second in LC 10-6; 2)) TilloUon! LC, 10.8;
: \h
\,\\\\.I. \,,,.. \0-0 \\,,,;\'\ \\\\':'' the low hurdles and the 220- 3)) Slade BHS, 10.8. a Our printers take pride in their work and you are as-
.>' .."," .<\" ..'" ,I.\, yard dash, and third In the Mile Run 1)) Frick, BHS

''\.\, \ \\;-.'\ I.\\I... .'.:,''','.,, ..;..'.'.,\, ,,-,,:\ ,\,.:. ...... broad jump. 4:53.3: ; 2) Prevail. BH3, 5:05.9: ; a sured of a neat clean and accurate job.
\\\... 1.'": .,,\ .\I.\\.. Ricky Frick recorded a dauble 3)) Lowry, BHS. 508.:
,"..'1.\\ 1\\"'; \ \.:\ts., ...\'I. '" 'i"'I. \\ \ win in the: mile and two mile 880-Yd. Relay 1)) BHS 135.8:
,\ tttyttt PHONE964milj
..... ': \\" ;., \o"\ mile hts Stephens
,\. 1.1.\'" ,,\; '" .\\\\ runs. His 4:53.3: was (Bennett Turner Slade, -
.:.\ .:. \,.:. ....\1.'"\. '1 :. \.I.: '" ..:.\ best time of the year. Frick ); 2)) LC 1374.: ? D
\\,.:.\,' :\ \'''' "\'\ '''\\1.'"'"\,-; has been hampered by a pulled 440-Yd. Dash 1)) Tillotson. CO
\\ 1\\\\I.\\1\\' ..
\o .1.1-\. ; ;-.'\> \.:.\, ",\1. \\'\.\;\.:. muscle. LC, 54.0; 2) Trawick, BUS
,I.\ \'\-;.\.\' ......\\1.. .. '!o\. '"\" ....\ It was the fourth dual win 55.5: 3)) Houston( LC, 56.4. l !) --
..1.\ \" I.\ ,\ \\ .':'
: .\ cl.I.
\1. tc \"\ \"\' for the Tornado runners and 18Yd. Low Hurdles 1))
po.\'I-\I.I.\'i\; ''.:?,\"\\,., \\' '" ,\ evened their record in dual competition Vincent LC, 21.5: 2)) Grlggs. !

....'.:. .:." .... ,\) \ at 441. BHS 22.2; 3> Smith, BUS 23.1. pApril
\\ .'\ \
\.:."1\\\\\: Statistics 880-Yd. Run 1)) Patz, BUS,

\.:..:.\. Shot' Put -1)) Hartley, LC, 2:09.8: ; 2)) Murphey BHS, 2:12.2: ;
':'l. 43-10'i; 2)) Davis, LC. 39-l3); ) 3)) Wilson, LC, 2:12.6.:
'Tallymaster Buoy, BHS 3894.. Sprint Medley Relay 1))
Discus-1)) Davis. LC, 124-1i' ; BHS 2:08: (Bennett, stephens
by 2)Thomas.) LC, 111-7; 3)) Hartley Slade, ReddLsh); 2) LC 2:16.3.:
VICTOR; ;; LC. 110-8Vi. 220-Yd. Dash 1)) Hunter
'Pole Vault 1)) Griggs. BBS LC, 24.52); ) Griggs BUS, 24.6;
10-0; 2)) Reagan LL, 9-6; 3)) 3) Melvin ,DES 24.7.

;WITH SUHTRACTION __________________ 71.30.' : Johns, LC, 9-. Two Mile Run 1)) Frick
High Jump 1)) Crawford BHS. 11:08.5: ; 2)) Prevatt, BHS.
BHS 52); Murphey, BHS, 5-4; Jl:50.3: ; 3)) Williams, LC. 12048.:
AT THE TELEGRAPH 3)) Saunders, LC, 5-2. Mite Relay 1)) BUS 3:42.6:
(Andrews, Patz Trawlok Reddish -
Broad Jump 1)) Tlllotson.
LC, ZO-1:! ; 2)) Tnoma, LC 19- ); 2)) LC 3:44.4.:

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benefit of the drive. final reports for the year:. Youth All j choir groups> invited. one by one, as the old hymn He has lots of funerals and has Roses April Rainfall/
1 News About Rev. Sampson, who has been in 11 ajn. Dinner- :served. L says. I have learned to love redecorated his funeral home. Concert Set Renews Lease
ic RAIFORD Ill., has Improved and was able every place I have ever lived.A He has papered the walls with Proper Care Far Below
I I Colored Citizens to be back In service last Sun 301 Drive-In medical report from West beautiful paper, and sent mea With Kerr-McGee
:::: By Mm. Eu'tl] Dobbs :::: day.Mrs. FLORIDA THEATRE Germany shows that.! people who sample. lie Invited me (down For May 9 9A For Results
rrrrflsssssrJ-rrrnnn. Parker and Hembrick love people and things, live for a visit. Says he is very The Union County Commission 50-Yr. Average
In Bradford County u Hospital. Morris, members of f the church, Aura Surqes&mofuWherln much longer. The marriedlive tired. Spring Concert by the has signed an amended
Mr. and Mrs. Mallie Criffls Bradford Rainfall .45 Inches -
SCHOOL NEWS are ill and would appreciate WBEGINSATVOO1M.: longer. The more you love Westberry has a little Boston High School combined lease of Its 520-acre() tract at tbe "[Tip" may be part of the averaged only
had as Saturday guests Mrs. Friday night supper guestsof visits and cards from friends.- Showtime--Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00: Adults 75c Students 60c the longer you live. I should Terrier like Gabby my dog that bands Is scheduled May 9 at former airfield near Lake Butler jargon used by today's' flower over the county during--
Louise Moye and daughter, Saul Hankers d.. ADMISSION: live to be is Wimpy, 8 p.m. in the BUS auditorium. children, but this the week of April 1421.. accord.
time old. Whoopee term
Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Jones Adult classes: In sewing are long the daffodils bloom very died. His name granting Kerr-McGee Corporation also
of and They such of ,
Charlene, Jacksonville, Free are objects pity.
Children Under 12 There will be to the Florida. Forest Ser
70 Jng
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tyre of were Mr. and Mrs. James Jef- held at KJE High School each resident and citizen of Starke, and nod In the breeze. I takea Some people, by their make up, '"nd I have his picture. So cute. flultopMne: > phosphate mining refers to the ripened fruit that ;
Mclrose. fries and children, Mr. and Monday and Wednesday nightsin is also confined to home by FRIDAY TIIRU TUESDAY APRIL.. 25-29 walk with my puppy dog to are bound to turn out to be I nearly always get up at 4 This morning I bake Caramel students playing.. :3 33!) In the b beginning rights. will form on your' rose bushesif s vice.The
Mrs. Batten, and Mrs. sickness. APIUL 25 26 27 a.m. I enjoy going to bed early Cookies I band!! and GO in the advanced they arel1't' groomed regul 4-day outlook beginning
Mrs. Doyle Archer and sons, Sidney the home economics room FRI.. SAT., SN. observe Nature and get the alcoholic if they drink liquor. like the recipe had
the late I 5) BIG DAYS when so sleepy, then or. course band. The lease extends the period Wednesday, April 23.. was for'
of Lake Butler, visited her Irene Jones of Penney Farms. with Mrs. Rosa Taylor as In Funeral services for frelfrair.Se. I was taught that in schoolat in the last column. I will arly.Grooming
the Elvln,, Shadds.. and structor. Any adult interested Mrs. Estella Gainey McCray)' Double, Feature Program a grade I get up early,to hear the robins take them in the morning to my The combined!> bands will playa from five tC to> ten yeans and also consists of trinir both temperatures and humid-
parents attended church at New River. Millard Shirley and' son, of in learning to sew may con- will be held at 2 p.m. Sat- THE GREATEST ADVENTURE OF THEM ALL Seek' Love in the pity of f were taught very young age, to and we sing out in the darkness. Then beauty operator. I took her a variety of music so the con contains the stipulation. that. ming plants at monthly inter- ity to be a little below normal.
never taste
Mr. and Mrs. John Ross and Orlando, and Cue Dobbs.. of tact Mrs. Taylor at the Vo- urday in Mount Calvary Bap-- APPIE FILMS...->. family attended the Drannen Jacksonville, were Sunday Tech Center, 964-6150. The I tint Church with Rev. L.W. WALT DISNEY'S In the gentle relief of ing alcohol. I have done just blows.. Soon the sun makes to make a batch,justfor her. everyone, according: to Band processing plant in Un. tractive, and productive. Removing quarter! Inch or less.. Fifty-
Family Reunion at Mount Zion afternoon guests of Mr. and Basic Adult Class is being tau- Thomas officiating. The Beatles c COLOR L R another's' care.. that and find it has been agreat the 'eastern sky rosy and my I enjoyed doing just that. master Dean Ca.c;. eIs. ion County as a condition before faded flowers after each year average for April Is 4.63
(Swift Creek). Mrs. Earl Dobbs. ght each Tuesday and Thurs- Included on the sick list this H Q byDcluie; d In the darkness of the night help In my happiness. I read heart is joyful. I usually sleep It has been raining about all Number for which: the BUS mining the former airport flush of bloom not only improves Inches.
Mr. and Mrs. Vollie Griffis Mrs. Kboert( t> Faulkner of day nights in Room C-5 at week are Mrs. Parker, Hem- YeiJcw'' Submarine1] Artists United I and winter's' snow. where alcoholics, are not capable six hours without waking. ThenI day. It rained hard last night. '''Won superior\ ratings at the property.. the plant's' appearance, The New River'' fire tower recorded -
had as Sunday guests Mr. and Jacksonville visited Mrs. RJE. All persons interested in brick Morris, and Saul Hank-- In the naked and outcast, seek of love and will leave their I feel grand. The wind is blowing now and District Band Contest will be Included but prevents spent" flowers from .56 Inches of rain' durIng -
Rubye Yarbrough last Friday.. self-improvement are asked to erson, a long time citizen of ..... Love thee. loved ones destitue Thursday I did not have to getting cooler.GRANDMA'S in the program.' The original lease was signedIn developing a '"hip" or fruit the week, the Louis Hill
Mrs. Nelson Thornton and Michael Dobbs visited Mr. inquire at the Vo-Tech Centeror Starke and Bradford County. irr drink. so they can help with the children's' meet- SUGAR COOKIES< : Admission will be !SO cents 1966, and provided for payment that resembles a small apple. Tower at Lawtey .43:)> Inches,
children, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Howard Register and IUE Elizabeth Cards and visits from friends The/above//. minister 1 2 to the county of $$1 r Removing these growths con- and .
High. -- G.. GBiNSO poem was In one To me that is such a ptiy, ing as our was gone. cup sugar: softened for adults and 23 cents for stu per the Santa Fe tower .33 In
Donald Thornton and baby of in Lake City Friday. all. PLUS mjc So I took for 1/2// acre, exclusive of serves food material for add-
be by oleo royalties
family Walker, teacher. would appreciated of devotional lessons. I Ido because we license and collect my pup a long ; 1 egg; 2 teaspoon vanilla; dents. ______
High Springs. Mr.\ and Mrs. Mallie] Griffis Other classes: are taught at ___ not know the author but taxes from this beverage walk. I put an orange in my 2 teaspoons baking powder ; when mining operations start. itional growth, advises Dr.$.. E ches.There were %no woods fires
Mrs. Kathryn heddish and had as Sunday guests Keith the Vo-Tech Center, Lawtey TECHNICOLOR it 'Ipeaks% loudly to me. It people. So it is to pocket,, and began walking. about 2 and one-third cups sifted' to be; done, she tosses a mag-- The old lease would have. expired McFadden, ornamental horti- during the week.
daughter visited Mrs. Emaline Griffis and son of Macclenny, Elementary School,and the High Greater Bethlehem Free Will PANAVISION Doris Day and is ttijce to be retired and older as Chlristians to love up and help us When I came to a fork in the flour. Cream sugar and oleo. azine on the floor, then when she within two years, and the culturist with the Unlverlsty' There have been 54 fires and
Dockery in Green Cove Springslast and Mr. and Mrs. Hariis Ellington School. Baptist Church: Monday() night. for' one has much more timeto them. road, I ate my orange and walked Add egg and vanilla. Sift flour gets up and sees the magazine, extension: of time sets the new of Florida Institure of f I-'oodand' 234.6 acres' burned\ since Jan. 1
Mrs.Saturday Vada night." and family of Lake But- FASHION SHOW Choir No. 1 practice. Tuesday Brian Keith meditate, to think out the A man' once told me, he did back home, which adds up and baking powder together and she remembers and does it,, expiration date In 1976. Agricultural Sciences.. this year compared to 117 fires
sonville Yarbrough of Jack. ler.Mr. The Spring Fashion Show, night. Choir No. 3 and Ushers important things In life. I not love anyone. -He was a to 3 1/2/ miles. HAI My puppyis stir Into the first mixture. .1 I had to laught at this. I Besides removing dying and 874.5 acres burned duringthe
Mrs. was a weekend.guestof and Mrs. Rufus Greenof sponsored by the Homemaking Board No. 2. Wednesday< Gen believe the most Important thingin miserable fellow. I have thoughtso large now and quite strongas Blend well. Cover the bowl might forget why it was there! Kerr-McGee\ and several companies flowers, Dr. McFadden recom- same period in 19U3.
Rubye Yarbrough.Oad Lake City visited Mrs. Susie Department of RJE, will be eral Prayer Meeting. :Thursday life Is to Love people and much of f my school teaching he pulls me on his leashso and chill 2 hours. Roll out I do tie a string around my signed mining leases mends the removal of dead
Dobbs was a Sunday din Dobbs Sunday afternoon. held Sunday, April 27, starting night, Bible Hour ,and Ladies;:,: "With Six You I place and things God has made. days and how I learned to hard, I have to run to keepup. thin on a floured board. Cut finger if I have something in several- years ago with many wood as part of monthly any
ner guests of his daughter, Mrs.. Mrs. A. L.. Polhill and son, 2 ., with birthday party .' That makes I out cookies with the property> owners in Bradford, groom-
at p.m. in the school Circle. a God '('is Love and he wants us love my children and be proudof me weary. round 3 or oven and go in the living Ing of plants. The affected
in A.Lake W. Whitehead Bulter. and family accompanied by Mrs. Grace cafetorium. The public is In- for Sitter. Inez Daniels. Friday Get Eggroll" to love and reverence Him; them. Life Is so full and have to laugh. People in the 2 1/2/ Inch cookie cutter. Placeon room a spell Hal Union.. and Alachua Counties.. should be cut back to the healthy part
Shellie Riherd Polhill and son, attended the vited.. Refreshments will be night.. Prayer Band at home ofoSt.a I to Love each other. This loveis rich and every day a holidayand village say I should get a wagon greased baking sheet and Always my love to all, Involving thousands of acres, wood, and cut surfaces shouldbe
Patsy .graduation. of Linda Green, served. i.$ter Sarah Prince. Choir No.. 'a Divine Love and if you full of sunshine when one and hitch him to it and let Mm sprinkle top with sugar. LURA and !some land was purchased coated with Photo CopiersAt
Holms, of Lake Butler, were granddaughter of the late A.L.. .. NAACP NOTICE Saturday (folr.rrn.. DHux.. hilmH, ",in Panavinion'Helentell '. that. HA! I when I Add bit outright. As. result land a
a values
Friday overnight of Mrs. :2 will rehearse at 7:30: .- ..hj \iUiunalGvnvrnl. Pirturvi. have feeling in your heart,", loves. pull me. say a of sugar to ham- P.S. ing compound.
Harold Yarbrough guests and Polhlll, from Jacksonville UnIversity Herman Johnson is the newly nicbt. dinners served from A C int-ma- Center.t'tlm.PrcMnution..,. you love' people even though theydo I find that.! in order to havea am no longer able to walk, I burgers for a better taste. ,A Socrates said, "lIe is rich- rose in the prea. and some If the rose bush was planted
daugh- They also visited elected president of the NAACP. the kltC 1en. Sunday School- with not""", love you. One should happy heart, one must be will do just that. friend tells me that If she is est who is content with least, property owners had hopes of recently, flower buds should be The Telegraph
ters.Mrs.. Beth Reynolds of Perrywas Linda's' parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. Other officers are: Robert Mrs.Gertrude Covlngton.. super;) ____1_ love //And help the alco10IC."r thankful for everything, every Nice letter from my boy from resting in the living room and for content is tho wealth of realizing around $$1.000 an acre removed for the first two
a Saturday night and Sunday -. J. Green. Scott, vice president; Mrs.Ma- -. : Clay Hill Westberry Griffin, thinks of something that needs Nature. This I believe. from phosphate mining. months to encourage: growth and
and Mrs. Mallie Griffis urice White, and .
Mr. secretary; _ .L.------ -p p p ,
< p a p establish the
v- ,
help plant.The
of new
guest her -
parents, Mr. -- - aa - - p p S p aa p pppppp - - "
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ace Rich- Mrs. Louise Broxton, treasurer - - -- - -- -w_ _ _
first flower allowed develop
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and Mrs. Earl Dobbs.
ardson in Sanderson Monday. ,
Mrs. Mary Freeman had as should be cut with short JacksonvilleBusiness
Mrs. Richardson was suffer- There is a year-round membership -
Mrs. stems to leave as much foliageas
Sunday afternoon guests
ing from several broken ribs drive, and we would
the Plants
possible on plant.
Harold Crawford and son, Ken
in fall last Satur-
appreciate yours. shoud! be well established before
ny, Mrs. A.M.Jones and daughters day. \
of Starke, and Ernest Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner CHURCH NEWS\ OVER 2,000 LIGHT WEIGHT SPRING flowers are cut with long
Jackson 9-9 9 9 er stems, and then only cut the
Freeman and son of of Jacksonville visited Mrs. The First Born Church of the Open Daily
ville. God is the setting! of length of the stem needed.
Ruby Yarbrough Sunday, and Livirur SPORTCOATS IN STOCK WITH MORE ARRIVING 7
Blooms will not form when:
Friends of Mrs. Susie Dobbs featuringthe
they all enjoyed a cookout In two great programs .
will regret to learn that aftera honor of Mrs. Mary Lou Yar- Excelsiors Gospel Singerson DAILY FROM ORDERS PLACED PRIOR TO SALE. ever the night temperaturesdrop
at home she is again 27, and the Angelsof .. consistently. below 60 degrees DirectoryAuto
few days brough on her birthday.THERESSA April
Mercy and Evangelist Tel- FABULOUS! 5 SAVINGS Open Sundays 9 9-6 Fahrenheit." Roses will
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Florida, but be bloom-
groups are from Jacksonville.New .. they may _Sales and Service\
less for as long as 15 weeks
Bethel Baptist Church,
I JACKSONVILLE BEACH during north Florida's' "wtnter" -
1 Rev. A. Vinson pastor. Usher Parrish Motors
Boards No. 1 and 2 will observe Another season.
:::: BiDorothyMlfla .::.: their first anniversaryon '1 lo produce those prized flowers !SALES'\
:::: Phone 473-4518 :: April 25 at 7:30: with Rev. remove the side flower
John F. Haymon of Penney buds as they form, allowing SERVICE,
Farms as speaker. Rev. Al- I NOW If'If'Happy only the terminal bud mature PARTS\
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Malcolm Adamses, and Miss phonso Jenkins will introducethe on each stem. To regulate the
Sunday School, 10a.m.;MornIng Karen Breeden. Sunday visitorsof speaker. Usher Boards \ time of b b'.oom' : f.far.> a particular Always, Good Used Cars
Worship, 11 Training the Packhams were Mr. and will attend
; from other churches variety, pinch out all flower 921 Laura St. Ph. 356-S6SI:; &
Mrs. Bill Phillips and who
Union, 6:30: Evening Worship son and the choir of Antioch SuitCustomer buds as they form ,until 28
7:15: Wednesday evening Prayer moved into their new home at will furnish
; Baptist Church to 34 days II before floweringis
Service, 7:30: with choir Middleburg last Wednesday.Mr. Vada Dell and
music. Mrs. desired, Dr. McFadden said. '
practice afterward. and Mrs. Harry Nadeau Mrs. Queen Albert, presidents. : Aside from monthly >: -
Attendance at Sunday Schoolwas left Tuesday for their home in Greater Free Will" Baptist roses also need grooming weekly
102. Welcomed into the North Miami after a visit of Church. Rev. Jasper Williams I On All Your Men's Wear Needs! applications of fungicides to PEAVY Brothers

church Sunday on professionof several days with Mrs pastor.. Monday night, Choir i i3 control the leaf disease black-
faith was Miss Jennie Davis. Nadeau's' brother-in-law: and No.. 3 rehearsal. Tuesday night, spot. Infected leaves usually Electric Co.,
GET WELL WISHES sister,; Mr. and Mrs. E.. S S..: Choir No.': 1 rehearsal. Wednesday Is Fitted i/1 turn" yellow and fall from (he
The prayers and thoughts of Sibley. On Tuesday Mrs. Ver- night Prayer Meet- :-3 plant long before! they would Electric :MotorsSold \

the community are with little non Powell, daughter-in-law of Ing. Thursday night, Ladies from age. When the attack is Serviced Repaired' !
Shana King, who at this writ Mrs. Ben C.. Powell, who has Circle. Friday night, Prayer Robert 1 __ r allowed to continue, repeated '3enera.tors('\ ..! Starters Armature
ing is a patient at Bradford been spending: a few days with Band. Saturday night dinners By defoliation occurs, greatly ,''tewlndh1q.
County Hospital in Starke. She the Sibleys, arrived, and the will be sold from the kitchen. weakening the plant, spoiling .
T.enox Jax. 387-2528
is the great-granddaughter of Sibleys and Powells spent Tues- Sunday School, 9:30.: Morn I "-. .. ,.1Y the appearance, -jventually- 4014
day at Cedar Key. The two Worship 11. Evening Wor- ____ ? f''.. Qi j 'II!t':' ''If p ': \l of the
Mrs. Melanar Hersey. ing ; "\ leading to death. Spores

Mrs.Get Marshall well wishes Strickland also go at to home Mrs. in Powells Miami returned Friday. to their welcome.ship at 6. Visitors always I : : J Overcash h-: tc ":I: J ji): b US t OUlan Catlors( ; 4.ij ..\{ water.fungus. are spread mainly by MUSIC_

Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville Sunday visitors of :Mr.\ and Greater Allen Chapel AME ,
following surgery last Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan were Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson 11 zisc ; : \ Another% fungus disease, pow. Paulus Music Co.
week. She is the mother of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoag pastor. Trustee Day will be iH ; Htb... Jj''l''l ::1 Lr-\\ ;\ dery mil-lew' occurs In the Band A .String Instruments,
and children of St. Peters- with I H spring and fall.ltisn'taproblemduring
Jr. observed
Mrs. Percy Sullivan, Sunday starting il 1' ,
and Mr. and Mrs. L.M. \ Owner Of _J ___ the mid-sum'.lcl''. ,months Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers
burg School at Morning '
Friends of Mrs. C: T.1'. New- Sunday 10. I I
Gaines and sons of Starke. I "APPAREL FOR GENTLEMEN"A of when black spot Is at its w<,>rst. School Supplies-Instruction'
some will be glad to know Worship at 11. Evening Few the .
she is feeling better follow Mrs. Rhoda Dampier visited service, 6 p.m. All membersare 'thousands of Golf This fungus causes' 'using!
ing an illness of about two Mr. and Mrs. John Talton at asked to cooperate with 1013 3 N.. 3rd ST. J KSONVILLE: : BEACH PHONE 246-1131 tortlon of the leaVes, bjt won't Music Library-Expert
JohnstonianTailors cause defoliation. They gen-
weeks at her home on Bed High Springs recently.Mr. the Captains: No. 1, Mrs. Bes- I U : Slacks to choose from
ford Lake. and Mrs. J. D.Phillips sler Lee; No.2 2, Mrs. Louise erate under humid conditions' Repair Department _
visited Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Phil Broxton; No.3.3, Mrs. Bernice It : but unlike blackspot they're inhibited 41 .K..;. Ouval St., ::1 3-11-H4I7;; $.&
PERSONALSEnjoying lips and son at their new homein Morris. Junior Church Captains by water or rainfall.
a cookout Saturday Mldaleburg Saturday.Mr. are Carolyn Thomas and p GOING: OUT -i"" :;t:; r.'I.: ;t'' I'.. Mildew is also Inhibited by

evening at the home of Rev. Jacksonville. and Mrs. were R.. Petersonof Sunday Juanita Griffin.! : .' temperatures Finally, mItes!' over will 85 degree3.defoliate I PIANOS' _

and Mrs. Merle Packham were All members and friends are the bush like blackspot. These YAMAHA:\ PIANOS'
evening guests of Harold Mills f"
the Joe I lagens, George Paynes, have dinner at the
and Miss Dorothy Mills.\ Invited to r infestations: usually build up (CONN and KIMBALL:\
during spring, summer,and fall OIWANSKDIH.LL(

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Authorized Sales- Service MOTHERS-TO-BE:\ :\ I:. I FANCY KNITS 'SHIRTS 'WALKING SHORTS.. ETC. A few off' the thousands of Sporfcoats on sale.! I .

2201 N.. Main Ph 372-4373 A FULL LINE OF
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-606 MO E.. -University Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits P1ANO& ORGANS; FORMAL WEAR/ by After Six And Johnstonian 2OOP HAND TAILORED SUITS3;: ? 2QQQ:SPORT COATS 4000 SLACKS NOTICE : TALL MEN AND BIG MEN S ....

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4 Sales wheel- Parts drive.and Service ear* Mechanical CONTRACTOR MOVERS\ $$75.00 Reg. Priced $$3850 I S85..NOW $$4450 1 110.00 .. 48.50 .. 75.00. .. 42.50 27.50 13.95 295 SUITS I 350 SUITS "THE PAINT PEOPLE"

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Motor Repair Co.Of Arrow Shirt -Flonbelm Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors.. If''(!tN/II/ hIli ,

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liwIfrnI By Alice McGarveyIn
25 Years Age<

the May 2, 1944 First ';
Primary election, with 2,861 the two high men, with J.A'.'
voting in the county, five local Fillyaw running third with 397.

Drive LaunchedFor races were decided but four Lucky office seekers who had
others required the Second Primary .
and so would not .,
no opposition
decision.All .
run-off for the
offices were all won by have any campaign words'' '.
New LibraryThis ; incumbents. The sheriff, OA. were Charley E. Johns formate' ,1;

Andreu, polled 1,727 votes to Senator, N. D. Walnwright",.and r,, ,;

i is l National Library Week, and bert Burch, co-chairman; Miss Florence 'Thci win with over 828.challenger Votes cast. L.Johns for Incumbent for three State in-county Representative offices These "kj

in keeping with the preheiit and futul'eprogrCSi Jennings, finance chairman; Mrs. M. A. ( County iJ dge E. K. were E. W. Hayes for Tax Ass- *

: of Starke and Bradford Coun- Baldwin, Jr., secretary; John Sanders, i Ferryman! totaled 1,436 to W. essor; C. A. Knight, taxcoltacr Clerkof
builda Matthews, Miss M. Edwards' 1,058. County tor; and A.J. Thomas,
drive has been launched to publicity;
ty a 1.1 po Circuit Court.
nMcCain / the 2
and Father Commissioner District P.
Uriiuiord County Libiary. Martha Sue 55 one,
new at the ward A. Kirby are\ judges of a forth- D. Reddish, was reelected with III
A meeting was held recently - n
246 to 87 for C. F. Carter
Dc n
Also serving on
W. Kincaid library coming slogan contest. Diplomas were awarded to 57
home of Mrs.: J. and 132 for O.J. Phillips. In
board member, to discuss the possibilityof thp committee are Mrs. Jeanette Kin- &SA\ the Pistrict 3 commission raceJ. at Bradford High School grad- ?
constructing a new library. Results: caid, Mrs II. C. Ritch, Mrs. Mural \ L. Wynn went back in office uatton and certificates the eighth V? '.
who had completed "
of that meeting were presented to the Norman, and Mrs. Henry Godwin. The with 332 votes as against 108 Presentations tooth
with Mrs. for J. L. Goodge and 174 for grade. ?
Uoard which "Friends of the Library, made by County, .
Bradford' ) County Library offered R. E. Lee. Winner in the Boardof groups were
approved the ideas and suggestions.As Ervin Andrews as president, have Public Instruction, District Superintendent of Public Instruction ,.
of the project. W. E. Middleton. .,
full support Dr.
a result, a Building !Committee was : 2, wa.. J. E. Brown with opposition
selected with Mrs. John Sanders as The judges will select the winning of 278 for C. Sullivan. Student speakers for the ceremonies II(
for the "Pixie" slogan which will Four which were not were: Mary Driskell,
of the fund-raising
chairman c William S. Colson, Virginia
Relieving that the library is poten- be used through the fund-raising cam conclusive were for Superin- Sewell, Wayne Sargent,Roberta ,
of Public Instruction
cultural paign. To enter this contest, write a ; Whitfield and Howard Rupge.
tially one of the most important Commission District
County ,
and business assetsof slogan for the "Pixie." It must be short : Graduating in absentia were u
educational Peace District
: 2; Justice of the -
the community, and that its usefulness and contain the word "Pixie." The slo- ( 1 and Constable. The six boys who were in the armed r:

could be increased by a deter gan judged best will receive a $10 two high men in each of these services. Diplomas Leonard went Darby to I!

mined demonstration of interest and prize. The contest is open to all who live races would face a run-off on Peek Bishop Richard Myrick,Ray and Edgar
r 23.High .
support from the people it is intendedto in Bradford County, and entries may be May man for Superintendentwas Wilkerson of the Navy, and W. B

serve, Mis. Sanders wishes this pro- sent to "Pixie" in care of the Bradford Arthur E. McRae with 1,041 C. Clemons, Jr. and Julian /

ject to become an all-out community County Telegraph or to WPXE Radio. Ifi.a] followed by S. E. Spraks with McRae of the Army. ;f ..

effort. May 15 is the deadline, and everyone is 545. There were also two .
invited to participate. others in this race, GeorgeB. -
She successful in initiating a
Description of locally grown
events planned Flynn with 502 votes and
similar library! project in Chipley Many fund-raising are Melvin B, Futch with 427. berries was "The Sweetest
which resultedin during the course of the campaign, Strawberries This Side of
(Washington County), Contest for the County Com-
the establishment of a library and such as fish!'\ frys, bake sales, mara FarmersThe Diarymovement mission seat in Dlstrict2 wouldbe Heaven" but some of the grow

a bookmobile serving the entire county. thons, auction sales, road block, and decided in the second pri- ers said that 1944 was the j"sorriest"

She feels that the same' thing is possible others.A peak of the berry season mary because high man, L.L. season they ever
road block and bake sale: will be has passed, although there still for fire protection Conner, with 401 votes did not remembered. i
for Bradford County and can be outside of municipalities in the The county had counted as
3 from 10 are a lot of berries that will poll more that the combinationof i
achieved with the cooperation of all conducted Saturday, Mar be picked and sold during the county. E. L. Crawford, 3J8, and many as 1,500 acres in ber-
of its citizens. to 2 p.m. with the little Women) of coming weeks. Unofficial fig- * Enos Anderson with 75. ries in other years, accord-

Enthusiasm is running high, as evidenced Starke and the Candy Stripers partici ures show the volume to be In the Justice of Peace election Ing to reports, but this season ,1
by the number of people who patinjr. WPXE manager Larry Bruner around 100,000 flats and that We've seen various formsof G. W. Durham with 636 the estimate was that between 1
and staff man Harry Tisdale will be in excess of $300,000 worth of wildlife at our place, including and James Patrav with 348 100 and 200 acres had been
have joined in the activities by offering with the road blocks. berries has been sold throughthe a fine, big deer that faced a second primary after planted. To make natters
the girls
their services and talents for this cause. helping various channels. Total grazed in back of our homea eliminating Louis Shafkln who worse the rains had ruined
and The bake sale will be held in front of of Last berries during the weeks
Everyone is invited to participate revenue for the season may be couple years ago. polled 262.Outcome. many
have a part in making the new librarya Winn-Dixie at the same time. off from the half million week we saw a fox loping alongat of the Constable that should have been the most

reality. As illustrated by cartoonist These plans are only the beginning dollars the crop has brought In By Sam McGarveynorth the same place, looking as if election was J. L. Silcox 769 productive, and berries were

Henry Godwin in last week's issue, All Bradford County citizens and civic former years. he was hungry and getting readyto and Jacob J. Johns. 517 as of poor quality.
* raid a barnyard flock.
even a little Pixie has joined in the organizations are urged to join in and of Lawtey, you can geta

effort. :Mr. Godwin is do- make the dream of having a new Bradford "rock" well at about 90 .
fund-raising true. From what we've heard, the feet. We used a 2-lnch well FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM
ing all art work for the campaign. ) County Library come Florida 90 has outproduced the for some time for irrigation and
Remember this is National Li- In meeting last week on a
Others participating are: Mrs. Ro- new Tioga variety and you can it held up fine even when used a
brary Week. be sure that growers will com- for many hours at a time. But proposed set of zoning regu- alco-
lations, it was emphasized that C.
pare notes before decideon at
they then, the water table our
about 90 cent of the
plants for next season. A place often gets to within six per county
will not be affected by the code. I
heavy yield within a short per- feet of the surface, especiallyin '
Most of the l lend is being used
I iod of time is an important times of heavy rains. topics
Fair WarningFlorida factor farmers use In determing for agriculture purposes.

the variety of plants to set .
out. The 90 as all know, Plans are under way alreadyfor That fact is recognised by By PAUL C. FORAKER

homeowners are warned by ports of one fly-by-night team of three was introusgdherebecause the the next Calf Scramble, the Zoning Board and ample Editor.: lafonnallott Service
old faxflte the Missionary, had which will be held in October. provisions are being set up
the State Hoard of Health to beware of
who have been in North
men working played out and was not yield- Bobby Lee Taylor has been to protect farming interests.In .

fly' y-night septic tank pumpers and Florida. They allegedly claimed that Ing an abundance of market-: authorized to line up 10 pure- any event, the recommendations More than five percent of all executives, one may be alcoholic
repair men who circulate through the :they| worked for the istate ''health size berries. bred and five top grade calves of the Board will be presented workers in the United States- Considering today's execu-

state offering their services at what agency and*. jn one case, charged $240to . for the event, which is one of which to the has County final Commission that's three million of 'em-now tive pay scales, the cost of the .

turns out to be an exhorbitant price. pump out a 750-gallon tank. The fair the highlights of the year. and, the board will hold authority public, suffer from alcoholism loss in executive time is beyond

Many of these gyp operators come to price for such a job would have been As persons dependant on own hearings before a zoning codeis This number compares with calculation.Most alcoholic employees in
Florida to the northern million workers just five
every year, escape from $25 to $50. well, we can sympathize with adopted. two the United States today are be-
cold, and prey on the elderly and The men were operating a truck withan people east of Starke who ease years ago who were alcoholics
thee The effort to set up county- the number has Increased tween the ages of 35 and 55 and
the infirm, and those who have littleor out-of-state license tag. having trouble with a sudden wide fire protection Is producing meaning these, of course, are the most
50% just a
Knowledge ot: the price of septic drop in water table. If the In effect, the Zoning Boardis in
no Homeowners should beware of septic results and Lawtey now has" decade. productive years for most people
water power: goes off, you can really a planning board, for it
tank cleaning. a volunteer department which ,
tank cleaners who approach them with light a lamp or a candle but sets up proposals for the orderly Putting it In terms of long
will take care of much of the Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation
The by-night] operators sometimes
requests for work, health officialssay. brother, there just isn't anything northern section of the county. growth of the county, and green, on-the-job alcoholism now Program is extremely interested -
infer that they are connected with or All legitimate Florida] companiesare around that can: take the "* Still needed, though, is some regulations which are badly costs industry four billion dollars in helping business and

licensed by the State Board of Health, required to have Florida license place of water. protection for the area sur- needed to eliminate the argu- each year-up 100% from the industry see the dire need of

and charge up to ten times the usual tags on their trucks. When approachedfor rounding Starke. It was this ments that come up from timeto two billion-per-year cost just five instigating programs to help

late for cleaning out a septic tank. Reputable work, all homeowners should ask need that touched off the whole time over the use of land. years ago.We're their alcoholic employees. To

cleaners charge a reasonablerate for identification of the men wantingto At our location a few miles so used to hearing about"billions" date, this is still a neglectedarea

and can show an annual permit do the Job.Observing. reference is these made days to the whenever national in the majority of businessand

from health authorities in the county this simple rule may save debt that we're prone to forget A recent industrial article concerns in the Miami'

in which they work. you considerable money in the long # --r It's a womal'si@ffJfff1ffJb Beware how much a billion is. Well if Herald stated that nation-wide

The State Board has received re run.I an individual started spending a fewer than half a million alco-
01 Discount dollar a minute about the time holics have been reached with

Christ was born and he had a any kind of help in the past 25

Buyer ClubsBe billion dollars to spend he'd years by the concern with which
just now be running out of cash they were employed
Forewarning not enough And on-the-job alcoholism costs Refusing to face the need!
By Martha Sue McCain leery of discount buyers industry four times this amount for alcoholic rehabilitation pro-

Anwl'it i HIT motion }putmcmakei\ for- trouble distributors who in turn are County Extension clubs know unless its you are certainyou and every year! That figures out at grams for their workers is a
operators million mistake for American
Home Economics Agent $16 per costly
film im ( and 1 nun'IP hOllsedwil18 .
onn! port 'I'S critical of film producers their business procedures, The four-billion-dollar figure business and industry becausethe
have announced a classification system Commissioner of Agriculture absenteeism tardiness which have
With opposition from without and dis- covers concerns gone
to forewarn moviegoers about the Doyle Conner warned this week. sick leave other fringe benefits ahead and pioneered in this field
sension within, the industry had no choice SALAD GREENSIt just before serving time. M-m- He
content of films The system, to take effectNoember around good! said some unscrupulous wasted time, other forms of have been well repaid. In,'some
: but to do somethin! It chose self-classifi- springtime the year m-m discount buyers clubs throughout -
1 1. >is forward But be- inefficiency accidents wasted cases companies with special
> stop Florida Salad greens Protein Pals: shrimp or other
cation. The alternate when the nation which have
as successfully penetrated
material and the loss of trained for alcoholic workers
toie rushing too quickly congratulate tried in England and France and elsewhere ] brighten your menus. Lettuce shellfish; chopped ham. poultry, into Florida, urge report rehabilitation rates to
the movie industi\. on its, try at sclf-iciiu- growing 'season here extends or other cooked meat: bacon membership by saying individ- man-power. up
for more than 50 would Absenteeism rate for alcoholics 751!
hit jon, one should note the pressures on years from November through early bits; cooked flaked fish; :hard- uals could purchase well-known
have been classification. is three times as great as Mare information on in,jstrial
government escarole Chinese cooked (sliced chopped or
makes of automobiles
thorn May. Endive, eggs at for the non-alcoholic worker alcoholism is available free of
The present measure may prove only a cabbage, and other greens grated) and cheese (grated, prices "below wholesale."
A legal push came from the Supreme with the typical alcoholic worker charge by merely writing I i
the same periodfor chunks, strips). All may be Conner said the clubs
Coint'saiiablc stopgap Not all theater-owners are.signa- flourish during actually losing a full month of working FARP's Information ServicesBox
obscenity": rulings in
variety. added sparingly or to swell the are selling used taxi cabs to
tories to the plan And it remains to be excellent days each year. 1147, Avon Park, Fla.,
the recent Dallas and Ginsberg cases: that with
Greens in the salad bowl salad to meal-sire proportions. the public through nation-wide
seen whetherthe" code will be applied Out of every 20 top corporation 33825
movies or printed materials not obscene a gourmet touch of dressingand Florida produces a variety of promotion schemes. He urged
lot adults could be barmfullv obscene for wisely hthe classifiers and whether theater surprise Ingredient or two greens: leaf lettuce, romaine, Floridians and visitors who

\ounqstois tinder 17 The industry would owners will enforce restriction of en- bring springtime indoors. Butterhead (Bibb or Big Boston have purchased such member-

hahl'ld: to have lived under) this ruling, tivbv' vouny:: pcisons The public will have Greens should be cold, crisp lettuce), Cr'.st>head (Iceberg), ships to write Robert J. Bis-
to stay vigilant and dry. Wash several hours in endive (chicory), and Chinese hop, director of the Department's -
I though;) 1h\ <1S long resisted age classification Office of Consumer Ser
and keep chilled celery cabbage. Many other
because it smacked of This said isn't the loot of the problem advance or
: it thought ready to serve. Lettuce is best \elates produce lettuce but al- vices, if they find they are beingor
ct.nsoi.shipFiulhi'i. really]] the quality today's films and not chilled so crisp that it crackles most all of the nation's endive have been "taken."

.. the public has felt growing dismay only how they're labeled? Instead of seek- when broken into pieces. Toss and escarole is shipped north Bishop, also executive sec-

and hostility over the violence and ing a profit on low-minded cruelty and with other additions add salad and north-by-northwest from retary the Florida, and Conner Consumers, chairmanof Council -

sexuality tod v's films. Local censor- sexuality, why can't the industry image dressing at serving time and Florida. report the clubs offer mem-

ship boards; ha'c'becn springing up in forth the higher instincts of right love perhaps a different choice of Salad greens. being watery erships for "a few dollars a

many states and communities, causing and adventure? ChrlsttanScienceMonitor/ seasoning. vegetables. are low in calories. year" in return for regular
Salads can be different everyday They contain small amounts of mailings of circulars describ-

of the month. Combine two nutrients needed daily, although ing items available at "dis

or more greens with two or the deeper the green, count." ., '.:-J .
more of the following: the more vitamin A value they Often the "discount" Items -'- "- !I. : -<:
Vegetables: cooked artichokes contain. They are also popular are reconditioned after extensive 'L.ets &0 Boot" 5 i

The Bradford County or peas, tender young spin- carriers for more tasty nutri- use or are In some other

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Il- '-- ach leaves: crisp raw caullflow- tious foods and furnish!: flavor, similar category, Conner said 'L'i
erets chives, spring onions, color and needed bulk in our He added the clubs also in
t.. ," -' celery, green pepper (strips, menus. most cases fall to tall the .

1879 .? rings, or grated), radishes Choose fresh- looking greens, purchaser of hidden costs, suchas By Lynn Hamilton of Southern Marine

chopped pimiento, sliced raw' free from discolored spots. "Tip delivery charges, or the
frern ":\ ,.....-- mushrooms or caps avocado, burn" (ragged brown areas usually fact the purchaser must obtain Don't risk serious damageto Sailboat enthusiasts who
g <4'h.Bib!. ; parsley pickles and olives- on inner leaves) Is unde- his own financing or make his your boat trailer, advises use an .outboard motor for
Me MSLR Evinrude News Service. will be interested
the auxiliary
apple own credit arrangements. power
:Fruits: Unpeeled sirable. To store lettuce, first
In quietness and in trust Thorough Investigation before When launching your boat, in a small accessory kit
FLORIDA> ESS chunks or wedges pineapple remove inedible portions wash
J shall be don't submerge the trailer from Evinrude Motors: "On
your strength.Isa. becoming a purchasing member
chunks wedges or citrus In water drain and "
or running wheels. Stop short, just before top controls. for easy operation
TONE -( 30:15): fruits team well with greens. dry with a clean cloth. Then as will save financial and mental the water line reaches the even when mounted ina

AS When something makes us Toasted croutons perhaps one joker says "put your head! grief, Conner said. wheel hub. This will prevent motor well, are avallabl, for

miserable, make use of the brushed with garlic butter, will In a plastic bag and store in water from entering the hub 3, 5, 6 and 9,5 hp models.

f power of affirmation. An affirmation bring you cheers. the vegetable crisper." and corroding the bearings. *

of truth sets our Many an experienced cook Washing helps to improve LIta1 Cookouts and boating are

thoughts and feelings in a new remembers with pleasure old- crispness during refrigeration, real go-togethers, but don'tcarry
L. MATTHEWS. Editor-Pubusber direction. We can make use of fashlonel Wilted Lettuce. First. but it also increases the chanceof A damaged or bent propeller togetherness too far,
Published each Thursday and entered a* Second they made a sweet- ur sauce rust spots. However lettuceIs can rob your outboard warns the Evinrude -News
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida easy affirmations such as: "Weshouldn't with melted bacon fat and bits perishable and best when motor of performance, reportsthe Service. Take reasonable
be upset,because God Evinrude News Service. safety precautions. Cook
under Art of March 3rd, 1879. of bacon for a touch that's used fresh. It doesn't improve Rn"Punctuality
is in charge, and through Him It takes more a quick ashore whenever possible If
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outside we will be able to act intelli- mouth-watering as the thought with long storage. so that the is the art of look to make sure your propis forced to cook aboard, the
cf Florida lemons. They poured advantages of washing. outweighthe performing efficiently. Your immediate area should
trade be
area: I $5.50
year how other
guessing the
I gently and effectively to handle this hot cooked dressing over risk of rusting before the marine dealer ts the man to cleared of any gasoline or
any situation." fresh lettuce (perferably leaf) last bit ta gone. fellow is going to be. see for professional assistance. combustible matelal. .
Page 10 TELEGRAPH April 24, 1969

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NOTI(.... OF 1.1'f.l".ATION Notice' Of Application For Tax I
To Wli..m It May Oinrrrnl: '.. De..d8ee. cord Inn to law the property d.-
Nollm. ,iHhiTiliv Klvnn tit Inlontton 1K4. Le. K. 8. criDea in such certificate or ceased late of said County to Case No. (TIT:
LAWTEYByi t>. npl'ly' to lh. I'lO1! Nrxinn Notice la Hereby Given, that certificate will be sold to the the County Judge of Bradford INEZ OVEnA TAYIXm. Plaintiff hr>forn Mny 21, lun. : avail n voufull RtrnetXwi'wrence
of tht... highest bidder the County Florida. at his office In do .. Jud SI Water
Doilil-t IxKlxInture MU. LEO UPSUU:\ SIt the iu iur at court -v ft. WAT..I.ACI3 LOUIS to .n. Default rmnnt Mafnnrhnantts 01R4C
for. iassagc! of an act 1''I:: In month. of : 1969! which Starke Florida, within six! for the relief In the. You
En i. df.mnr.doi1
BUuicbardJ ( err 61.1401 1 (irntrnl Laty has riled mild curuflcules for s> :tYM NOTICE' action for dlvorra has bean
': ; "I which, Is rntityd) : tux deed to be issued thereon. Dated day day 1969. calendar months from the time In The Name Of The ,State'>> Of 'Complnlnt. and thereafter saidcnitw an filed SRalnst! you and you are
this 20th of March of the first puMlcatlon of this shnll proceed Kx: Pnrto.
"A-I: AI"I' The cortlf iciLte numbers and FloridaTO of your
to ''wmihu tho to servo a
pr 1969. notice. Each claim: or demand WITNESS!'!' hand and seal written oAnyy II
cnmmisslnnx 1 years of issuance the description : WALt>ACT5 TXMJTS TATLOHRusldnnces my defenses. to
nti' fixing the
onm.n".n..r -
... (SEAL) shall be In writing and shall of snld Court this 8th ..1flof/ ', At-
W OFFICERS T>' th< inntv lax rolI'nl'ir of property and the names ., .. UnknivwnYou en ET.7.IB: S. RANDP:tt.4!
: and |h torney
'OR LAWTEY PTA Inx'H,, In rnnntlfx, having follows: Clerk of Circuit Court of Brads office address of the claim- suit for divorce of the mnrrlagre Florida Is 142 Wont Call Street.
'..."1"Ion of rnorf than twelve Certificate No. 101. Tear of ford County Florida ant, and shall be sworn toby bet"'..en you and tho UH'1AL' ) Starke, the original
<4.3< .1. <.zt< his claimant his agent attorney Charles A D..hY'C"ork thenClerk tho
Mrs. A.OQ. Smith thniiNiinil than hun-lrvil lahly, Issuance 1967.Deacrlptlon Plaintiff' INK?! OVRDA TAYLOR with of
was electedresidenI (J nZ.'IXO: iiurl,. of Property Com. and any such claim or : bAS been. filed mralnnt you of the Clrrult Court Court on or before
n'.1 styled
of the Lawtey PTA .....II""n.1 four morn hundredalrly ntw.lv. NE Cor. of NW%, of SE14\ W I. The Court of The Conntr demand not so filed shall be as Di-fendant. bv INKJ5 OVEDATAYLOR In And For Bradford County above May 2 1A69. otherwise a "',,1-:
the :' 471'. S 326', ELY Judge Ilntdford County Florid as Plaintiff In thonbo Florida entered Bfralnitt
or ffomlng m.Vio nfr-r.rdlng to tho void.Clara be
year at 6'e'lOst'OlJaOl ; ment may
a meetIng *, la Probate.n M. Lattermann Bv: Beulnh M. Moody.
IntfHt '.m.-liil "i"<"nnlnl, Cent. ELY 100', W < >o styled Court and rnusn domnndnd In
Tt*$ In the e'chool cafetorlum. O<.ni. l.'inpc, Tux Afmowor St. Rl. 60', S 60 lies.W. UATTERMANN, Deceased.To Elstate of As executor of. the doftnse or answer to the Complaint 4-n n i.is > WITNESS' my hand and the
Arthur' Mrs. Br&dfota f'Minty. KlorMn, : FOB. Sec. iigs. H-22-B. All Creditors And Persona Last Will and and Testamentof ns filed therein with tho seal of said Court on March 28,
Redding was elected vice 1-21 4t B-10 Name 1 In which assessed" ERN Having Claims Or Demand. MORRIS UATTERMANN. de Clerk of thn Clrrult Court In Tie Clrnlt Court Of The 1969.!
president; Mrs. Floyd Futch EST LEMON KT! AU Against Said Estate: ceased. and for Bradford. Conntv Court RlKhth .Jodlrlnl Clronlt Of (REAL)
All of said property being: In You and each of you are first Jubllea.tlOI.S<< 19 9. house. Stark. Florida 32091. Bradford <'* A. DARBY
secretary; and Mrs. Florida In And For CH A PoLE
Balin TYPEWRITERS the of Bradford, fatal hereby notified and required topresent o <4-3< 4t <4-24< ,, thereof
: Manual or Oounty and i rvA R copy upon OUDty. Can No. As. Clerk Of Pitj'$ Court
ThompsoJtresurer.. Llcctric. For sale of Florida. any claims or demands said. Plaintiffs attorney BnrtonT. DOROTHY SFONOR. plaintiff "By Reulah M MoodyAn
The new officers will be or rent. Unless such certificate or certificates wklch you or either of you may la The Clrvnlt Court Of FloridaEighth AndFor Doii la... 1 installed Bradford County Telempb. shall be redeemed a.c- have against the estate of Jiiillrlnl Clrrnlt.; In Street...Post: Office Drawer 1228. fendant. Publication April S. 199.!
at the Florida.er. First
May meeting MORRIS tATTBRMANN de llrmirnrd Count OllnPlJvl1Flor..l.\ .. 32601 on or NOTICT5 OF SUIT 4-3 4t 4-24
which will feature a covered I'a' vain-n.to isle ttsa----------O-------------1- TO: HER ERT SIGNOR -
dish supper. I ---, ,..---t--tale 1.----nee item-1-----
Rev. Ddn Denton of the Meth I ----
odist Chutch gave the opening I I rI -----T-------------,
devotional, and I ,
a program, fit .
"Smokltpd Forest Friends" II
was presented! by students of I I I I
the 2nd sand 3rd grades. Room I 1 1 .
mothers of these 1
grades served
refreshments during the social II y .
hour. I 1
ri. -
Church Activities: I w .

Grace Vnited Methodist:Sun II I
day School 9:45: Worship II a.m. I
and 7:30: ,p.m. Choir practice II TENDER I
Wednesday 7 p.m., MYF 7:30:

p.m.First Baptist_ : Sunday School I S I I SLICED QUARTERPORK I I

9:45: a.m.t Worship 11 a.m. and II I

7:30 Midweek 7:30 p.m.p-nij.Training services Union Wednesday 6:30.: ; ; LOINCHOPS i !

Church of God: Sunday School
9:45 a-.'m., Worship 11 a.m. and 1I i i
7:3011.0'1.: YPE Wednesday: I ; !i
highland FAIR
Baptist: Sunday Sch I !
ool 9:45: akm.. Worship 11 a.m., QUALITY I I I

and 7:30 p.m., Choir practice JJS PERT OF OPEN ALL'
6:30 ftm. Prayer Meeting Wed- AGRICULTURE I I 1

nesday 7t30( p.m. _GRADEDU.S. 1
We are pleased to note that i i
Mrs. Alice Austin is Improving I ; DAY WEDNESDAY

nicely as she recouperates at ( CHOICi] LBI I .
home. I I 6BcI I 1I

Mrs. Ernest Wells was visit I
ing Mrs, Ruth Barthlow and I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY I
family.) yln Middleburg last I 1 THRU WEDNESDAYAPRIL 30th. .

*;:Elizabeth Terry spent .
Thursday to Saturday with Mrs. 1e00D
C. E. Strickland of Gainesville.
Guests of Mrs. Daisy Star- U.S.CHOICE
ling this week were her daughter BONELESS LEAN FRESH
and grand daughter Mrs. U.S.CHOICE NEW ZEALAND
Lastiner of Jacksonville. They
all visited Dennis Guerrant in
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Terrelland ROAST
son of Gainesville were lala
visiting Mrs. Joe Dorko over roodeau *1.99 I rooor.uLLpNq
the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish I.S.CHOICE LS CNRq
spent the weekend with Mrs.

J\O.\ Ponds and family In
Tallahassee.Mr. .

and Mrs. H.E. Priest
and Lamar and Chuck Norton OPEN PIT
supper guests
Mr. fend Mrs. P. H. Day In I KING OF EUROPE
Mrs. B. L. Wilkison Jr. and I
Mitchell Brdley of Jack- SAUCE AJAX
sonville were visiting the Senior REGULAR OR SMOKEY
Wilkinsons Sunday afternoon. LAUNDRY DETERGENT
Mr. and Mrs. James Law-

rence and sons of Rialto,Calif., A 12ox
have returned to their home 1.29 ONLY CANS 3lJUNE
after .spending a week with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Herny
Williams and other relatives
Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
the weekend with Mrs. O.J.
Phillips.Mr. SPAM

and Mrs. James Law- lAf UID SALAD
rence and sons of Rialto,Calif., 29ox WW nit DRESSING LUNCHEON LOAF IE'i
have returned to their home
after spending a week with his 4/1
parents Mr. and Mrs. Herny 7oz

here.Williams and other relatives CANS

Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville
Tnt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Dobbs. I

and Mr.':;son'and of Mrs.Macon F. Ga.T. spent Reed CHASE ac : ;;o. cl VaL4-F/l fl, 8 I FANCY GOLDEN RIPE ;

the weekend with Mrs. OJ J 1 iil

Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Bill i I BANANAS391J
; !
Gasldns of Lawtey. Mr. and I SANBORN
Mrs. Leslie Phillips and sons
of Jacksonville and Mr. and i APPLE
Mrs. James Phillips of Starke I
Joined them for Saturday
Mrs. L. H. Hlntoe. who has i COFFEE Be I
been visiting Mrs. Phillips,re- i
turend Monday to her own home "t' aer PIES
In Miami. I .Slylh... .... C
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boucher esh i
of Jupiter were visiting her I SAVE 17t. PKGS OF 8. ICED ASSORTED I

brother-in-law and sister. Rev. LB SWEET
and weekend.Mrs. Don Denton over the I u w CAN 49i I BUNS.................... ; I


For* Phone Office 964-6305 Supplies LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER ;! FRENCH STICK......, ...... 25 i GRAPEFRUIT 5 :G454! i

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.SERVICE r A1 Box 4 osCANS 16oz

Gilbert S. Brown CANS 4/l CANS 6/I

Standard, Otl Service B&a....
8otiget Term Road Service
/ ,: PHONE 9M-T071


Service Station HAIR SPRAY

Gas Oils Lubrication 10ozPKGS PKGOF
Monarch Tires & Batteries 2PINTS
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801 and 100 Starke&

April 24, 1969 TELEGRAPH Pape 11


Baptist Terilyn Barry .
Revival Starts ft"; 'n n ''! .
Services HeldIn : '
Sunday April 28 't. ., V"J '. < '
Baptist Church .
($ IJ. .
:" .
"The Crusade of the Amer ;., : ,.;' ,.,::) < .
Tcrllyn Barry 21, of Starice, .
icas" Revival begins at Grace died Friday afternoon at the : ;' ,
: ftJ
Baptist Church Highway! lOO.AGI'ml" home of her 'parents, Dr. and! U i J'JMf J rtliltr fJoti..t/Il/f7j.te.Jl; ,
( Loop) Monday night Mrs. A. J. :Barry, on Bessent .
Am'11 23, and will continue Road. .. ,
: .
through Sunday morn Inc:. May She was born In Japan on <': :" '. :

4. Services will start each night ((November 6, 1947 'and was a 'f. .
at ft o'clock. member of Starke :First Baptist _
The visiting evangelist: will to(.
-- .
Church. She bad been employedas .
be Rev. Billy Southcrlnnd a .1
a receptionist a
logical Seminary, who It now CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS Sunday School 9:45 Sunday: Bible Study 10 .a. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morning LATTER-DAY
Surviving are her parent Dr. : a. m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Mol'll.JnC East Call St.)
pastor of the 2nd Baptist! CHURCH Morning: Worship) and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening ((418
11 Youth
and Mrs. sister Morning a. m.
Barry; one Worship 11:15. Sunday, 8:45
Church TJft Drene, and "a brother, Drew Service, 11 a. m. p. m. Night service 6:30.: Highway Sunday school, 10:00: !(); Sacrament -
former pastor of the Sherwood Wednesday 8 .services, 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting;, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday -
Barry, both of Starke; and p. m. 225, northwest of Lawtey.-Rev.R. President
:Forest: : Church in Jack Evening Service 7 p.m. service T 11:00: Branch. ?
Baptist Worship -Rev. J. C. Heaters pastor
grandparents Mr .and Mrs.Fritz Rev, Robert D. Burch L. Bennett pastor
sonville and( the Wcstsldc l Baptist Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer p. m. Minister Jack: P. elJ.NOR1'IISIDE Dean Hansen 9646278.
Kramer, Starke; and Mr
Church, Thomasville Ga. *etlnl'. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
and Mrs. William Barry ST., .
Thursday Night Prayer Meet- KING&LEY LAKE BAPTIST
Special music will be provided Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning BAPTIST Sunday 9:45: a, in. Sunday.
Newberry. ChurctfSunday
each Grace tog In church 7:3 p.m. Grace CHURCH 11:00 Morning CHURCH
cvcnSnpr: by Baptist School : a. m.
Worship, 11 'a. m. Pre-Ser-
:: Trio and Owen Choir, inadd.tlon Funeral services were held at Youth Service Friday night School 10:00: A. M. vices (Booster Band, Young Schedule of services: Sunday. Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: ajn. Training -

; to others who have 2 p.m. Sunday! in the StarkeFirst 7:30: p.m. Morning Worship 11:00: A. M. People, and Prayer Service), 6 .School 9:45: a. m. Morning. Wor Union, 7:00: ( p. m. Evening Wor- Union 10:15: a.m. Mornln gWarship
: Baptist Church with Rev P. M.
6tX \
Ivy Luke Pastor'SMYRNA Training Union : Evening Worship
been especially' : invited to partI- W. A. Hcgan officiating. Inter- Worship 11:00: A. M. p. m. Evening1 Worship, 7 p. m. ship 10:43( : a. m. Training UnIon .sbIp., 11 a m.

cipate. Evening Midweek Service Wednesday 6:45: p m. Evening Service Wednesday-7:3U: Prater Services !, 7:30 .p. m. Mid-week Prayer
ment was in Hillcrest Memorial : 1 MISSIONARY Meeting, Wednesday
A will be provided at Prayer 7:45. Mid-Week Prayer Service 1st and 3rd Wednesday service Wednesday 7:30: )p.
nursery Park, Gainesville, with DewittC. BAPTIST CHURCH M. 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D., : :
all services' 7:30: P. Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. night-1:00: .p. m. Family night. m. Come let us worship together.Rev.
Rev. Virgil: Lovett, pastor, In- Jones Funeral Home in b33 W Pratt St. Sunday services Rev. Virgil Lovett, Pastor. pastor. Allen Price, pastor
charge. : Sunday School, 10 a. m. =*
viti-s the public to attend
Preaching, 11 1m.. Training ::
and ;all: services. Union, ;) ni,
5.43; p. Evening Worship :

F.A.R.Realtors Starkc realtor Caravan Attend A. J. Thomas, Starke in For Services Mrs.a local,Mrs.Mary died hospital Thursday.Het L.Martire Martire after, \April,a 59 short,17 ot, ST Sunday, Elder 7 MARKS p. "1. Everyone A.services EPISCOPAL O.; :Flynn: welcome.8:30:pastor a.m., tee School BAPTIST JORDAN,.Freez 11]S. 10 301 a.m.MISSIONARY MISSIONU. am.North Drive and Worship,7 In.behind p.m.Sunday Prayer Tas-Service -- I t} w(''VORHJ l W I Iou f I INTEREST r f f r :1

Holy El-diarist.! : Church !Service 7:30: ( p.m. Wednesday.
and JamcH. McEac\ :tern, real- illness. She native of 9:43:
.. was a School. 11: Family Service. -Leroy Olive pastor: E. L.Griffis ,
tar) f i K: : : Jiie H'i-jMs.- attended Germany, and memberof
was a
the ]10GO!> !> FAR Educational: Bethel Baptist Church. Holy Eucharist.: 1st r.nd 3rd associate pastor. :::: :Many good organizations are working with our fu1'
Caravan held at the Sheraton- Sundays}: : Morning Prayer 2nd ?:: "
Surviving her husband, "
are '::::
Jacksonville Hotel;: Thursday:: Frank Martire, Starke; a daughter and 4th Sundays. ,{ youngsters developing I ] an interest in other I lands] and ', vi '
afternoon.. April 17. The Caravan Mrs. Louise Reed, Ona-

was conducted:! by the Florida way, Mich.; two brothers :Richard FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: OK GOD i the ones who dwell there. The church throughGod's s:
Association of Realtors, DUtrich, of Montana, and STARKE :
422 N. st Clair St, Starke.
with the Flor.da!! Real Estate William Dittrich, Ore. SundayChurch School 0:43.: '
Portland ; Sunday School( 10 a. m. Worship word also teaches us about our ::::
Commissi-,1: cooperating.: one sister Miss Anna Dittrlch, Morning Worship. 11. Youth Services, 11 n. m. and 7:30: p. ;

Highlight: of the prczram was Chicago, Ill.; three grandchildren Council, 5 p.m. MYP Snack m. Prayer Meeting. Friday, 7:30: neighbor: and what our attitude should be :::
the address: of James C. Downs: and Supper. 6: MYF meetings 6:30: : ;
one great grandchild. p. m.-Rev. Chester J. Slioajjpe.
of Chicago;! an authority on :Funeral services were held Evening; Service, 7:30.: pastor.HOPE. toward(] them. The earth, is the Lord's and the fulness) #:#
real c.talmall.I's.: who: made at 10 a.m. Monday in Jones Monday Junior Girl Scouts,. >'on> ...:.

the estate picchctlon will icnuin that Florida safe for real Investment 'Memorial Chapel with Rev. J. 3:15.Tuesday: BAPTIST CHURCH c thereof'; the 1 icorld, and>/ they; that dwell therein, / f:$
C. Hesters officiating nlterment Senior Girl Scouts, (Highway 100 at Tlleres.sa.1Sl ) .. :

purposes.Spaghetti was in Crosby Lake Cemetery 3:15.Wednesday: nday School-10 a. m.Moining 'f. .:.
with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Younger Chil WOl'shlp.-11 a. m. I

SupperSet Home in charge. dren's Choir Rehearsal 3 p.m. Training Ur.ion-6:30: p. m. ; t 1
Prayer Meeting and Bible Stu- Evening WlJI'ship.-1:15: p. m. i
SaturdayAt dy. 7:30.: ( Wednesday Night Prayer Service The Church is God's appointed agency in this worlo 'h:
} lor spreading the of His love for ,. es
knowledge and '
ChristianA Thursday: Chancel Choir *-7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle man 1
WISH I'D SAID Rehearsal, 7:45.Saturday : Packham, pastor : of His demand for man to respond to that love by :keyf :::
Older Children'sChoir loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the o'f '
/P; l'I'lIi: supper::> spo:1s"cdby : : THAT ::
Rehearsal, 11 am. FIRST ASSEMBLY t love of God, no government or society or way of life ::
Clrcla 1 cf th eFiwt Christ OF GOD : 9
r will long and the freedoms which hold
i inn Church: U .oV-iIed! fir Sat- Y OF STARKE :::: REtie persevere we {f,
tIl'd.1Y. April!! 26 from 5-8 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH West Weldon St, and Ralford ::: so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from :
Cl- ir will be SI fr r.dults STARKE Road i a selfish point of view, one should support the Church
Homecoming Day Sunday.. Sunday School 10:00 :: lor the sake of the welfare of himself and his family :
and ;50; cents for children! under : : a. m. ;:;
12 j'c.us of ise. Everybody forgets! his lucky Apr 27: Sunday School, 9:45.: 11:00: :a. in. Morning Worship; ::::: t Beyond that, however, every person should uphold }
It"a: l bj 1 l.-d in Fellowship! breaks or credits thorn to his Morning Worship at 11; guest "::00 p. m. C, A. Services; 7:00: ::: and participate in the Church because it tells the truth t

11.11: )if the Ctm'lt: ; ;317) West intelligence.-:N. DeVane Williams speaker, Dr. Harold Bennett p; m. Evangelistic ScrUces. about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which }}

('.:11 :suict.:; The Holmes CountyFla. executive secretary, Florida Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MidWeek :1 1: alone will set him free to live as a child of God. tCOI.

( .)) Advertiser Baptist Convention. Dinner on Pram Mv-eting. >> J

CARD OF THINKS the ground immediately after Pastor: T. E. GUleyHEILBRONN :::: .... Ad So'VI f{1r

I wii'i: t thank The most outstanding fijrurein morning worship service.
: : and
\\10 bought their Rodeo U'tiihinirton.. D.C., is the national Church Council meeting, 5:30.: : BAPTIST .<:.< i
ticket, from dl'bt.-Lee Call, The Evening Worship, 7:30: ; sermonby >::>
me and helped me CIIVRCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. 1

become the first Bradford: R:>ping Star Valley, U'yo. ) Independent. MondayYouth the pastor. Choir Practice Sunday School] 9:43: 'a. m .\.\. T11a.
Club Rodeo Queen.Linda Moaning Worship 11. Training
,,,7 p.m.Tuesday _
(Susie) Cilffls. mi t Choir '" Union. 0:30: p. m. Evening Bertice :::: .
,- - ---- junior and 7:30. ivt'.d'veek: ser ::; -. I ,'.'
---- -- aI \ : Prayer ,
Sunbeams 3:30.: Primary Choir ..' : .; : ::
; You Are Invited I and GA 4:15.Wednesday: rice, 7:30.: :.)'
To Attend
I WMU Prayer -- Rev. L,. Tommy Howe, Pastor ::::.
':'' ::
t Retreat 10 a.m., led by Miss ;::: .'

!I Crusade of the I. Josephine Jones at Klngsley GK.UIAM Sunday: School BAPTIST, 10 a.CHURCH m. Mom- OliN .
Americas r Lake home of Mrs. W. B, Mim-
1I in-l Worship, 11 .a. m. and' p. >
day. Brtng \
1 I I a covered dish for
lunch. m.-- Rev Fred'Johns, pastor
Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: I
I REVIVAL i I, Church Choir, 8:13.: NEW JtlVEU BAPTIST f I It

1 I Sauuay School l, 10 a. m. Morning

II Worship, 11 a. in. Training ,
I :MADISON: : STREET Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship,, ::j

I Madison Street Baptist Church BAPTIST CIll'RCII 8 p: m. Wednesday night *ervlce 't ?
I 7:30: j p. m. Everyone welcome xyS
Sunday, April; 27 Sunday -L. L. Parker, pastor. <<
School: 9'I3: ; :Morning Worship,
I May 4th thru 11thI :''f
11. Youth Choir: !: Practice, 4:30.: FIRSl' CHRISTIAN CHURCH FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE 66"
Youth: Fellowship; Sapper: ; 5:43.: Sunday Service: Sunday S ..r
I 7:30 P. M. Training Unlc.i.: 6.15: WMU: Prayer School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship SERVICE SERVICE'UI f
Circle 7:15.: Evening Worship 10:45: tm.. Evening Ser- 1: GULF SERVICE
-- -- -- r .
----- ; 730.Tuesday; vice, 6:30: p, m. Midweek Service ; Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 1 1I
RA meetin:?, 6:30.: Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111

----------------I Wednesday Prayer ;Meeting, Charles Reese, minister Tire Tru-ing ,f
7::30, Church Chair Practice, I U-HAUL RENTALS Adjusting :

I The Crusade of the Americas I II 8:30.:Thursday;, : Sunbeams and BA.YLESS CHURCHSunday HIGHWAYBAPTIST : I.: Truck Trailer Brake Service f

I II GA's, 3:30.Dentjn: School. 10 *.m. Pre. Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and :i

I Surarall, pastor actolng Services at 11.1J'nion !Training Alignment rf
I I HEILBROXN BAPTIST ; 6 j>.m.'Eveuta Service.: .: Minor Tune-Ups
REVIVAL Midweek Prayer Meetta PROMPT ROAD SERVICE ij ijI
1011 N. Avenue
1I0'COMING: SET > Temple :::-::.:..:"
1 Wednesday.. 7:30.: Everyone wel
1I I Homecimlnj! be observedat come.: Rev George E. Cto- ; PHONE 964.5899 All Minor Repairs

I Hell'jcia: :: Baptist Church on well, peator. f
SERVICE Ave. Starke
24-HR. WRECKER 617 N. Temple -
GRACE BAPTIST Sunday! April; 27, with: basket I STARKE BUILDERS
dinner at 12:45.: Staging; will be -
enjoyed diiilrj: the afternoon. I1AA1P10.N: CHRISTIAN Hiway 301 and 100 }
I ;
i .
I II An invitation is extended: to : :
CHURCH everyone to cm and join: with Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning .' 210 Starke
the congregation on this occa- Worship at 11: Evening 1 f i Featuring Ace Hardware S. Temple MEAT MARKET
I Worship, 730.: -- Rev. Carl },
sion. Complete Paint Supplies
I II :::::
HIGHWAY 100-A (GRIFFIS LOOP) II Clarke, pastot. 1 c r:. and Sporting Goods AND COLD STORAGEf

I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH : # "Check' With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialize in Custom 8lau.hteri j

I n AMP: ] IONSunday } ing, Cutting and Wrapping- *
I APRIL 28TH II School 10 a. m. Morning :: 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Free_ :
I Worship at 11. Training ,::3.: -:
I THRU SUNDAY, MAY 4TH Union 630.: Wednesday night 1 WHOLESALEPhone *

I Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followed 24-Ft. Wide i
I Each Evening at 8 O'Clock I In. by choir practice. Starke Nun- ::::J:: FLORIDA 9647059 :::.
lag Home service 2:45: p. m. Also 12-Ft. Wide
." -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor j\;\ EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD


I I Charley r rE.'A Sunday School 10 a. m, MornIng Campers and Traveltrailers COUNTY I
War&hip. 11 a. m. Training *
I I Union 0:39: ( p. m. Evening Service ::r':' s 011- to Keystone Heights TELEGRAPH %:
tr r 7::30. Prayer Meeting. Wed- ;::

I nesdjy. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES
E. Call St. Starke, Fla. I-I539
M TIFTON, GA. Johns Butler, pa..l.J: ;,
-+ I II :I# Phone 964.5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERSf

EVANGELISTSpecial About This Question: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH .e Inspections and Estimates ADDING MACHINES :.::c

"The stock of merchandisein Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning I

our store fluctuates in Worship, 11 a. m. Training ; CO. EDWARDS I
, value during the various Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser WILLIAMSJEWELRY
vice, 7:30.: ( -Rev. Lacy Conway '
seasons of the year. Would Grocery and Market
'II ";JUtor. .' Better Service For Your
I I II the Charley E. Johns Agency

Music Each Evening I II recommend a periodic Airpark Baptist Cfcareh Title Problems Groceries Meats Feed

I BY THE reporting form so that our Sunday School 9:45: s.m.; Morn. Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL ,

insurance premium would tag WOrship 11:00: mm.; Evening Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts

I Grace Baptist Trio And Choir reflect the merchandise on Worship. 7:00: p.m.; Wee BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys Edwards

I hand at any given time?" Prayer Meeting and Bfble Study, Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke
I I 7:00: p.m. study on Book of 142 W. Call St. Starke

Charley E. Pwilma. (Nathan I,. Modllnr, Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964-8881 PHONE 9 4-5312
1IUtor. Everyone
: I II Welcome.

I Rev. Virgil Lovett, Pastor I 131 So. Walnut St. Las wak. :""' School I1h IPI..D1.2! .Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Comities "Helping Our Members Lire Better '

- -- -- ---------""""J Phone 964-5070 dayigt. seivli: 0::SO.Remv: ,,I Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911Grace
Page 12 R. L, Benner
TELEGRAPH April 24,1969' Pastor

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iitijiii1By Mrs. D. E. Bin SAVE qTU" YOU CAN SAVE

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Sixty-eight new library books
were put In circulation at Hampton -

week Elementary-T this is National Library Week. ;)
Purchased with Increased LL l .
state fuhds, they are In add-
tor.: 26 recently
Hampton Elementary PTA, On These Prices Good thru Wed. April 30
according Paul, principal.to Mrs. Maureen goo 0 STO arts Specials ,

Including these new books
4-Pk. O.I.40 WATT 60 WATT 75 WATT OR 1OO WATT WHITE Reserved-Prices Good All Week Wednesday thru Thursday April 24 30
there are approximately 1,500on Quantity Rights
...... ..,.... ...
the shelves! at the Hampton WINM 01X11 -COP !

number school: "fstill recommended short by of accreditation the- Light I Bulbs I 4/97

standards, Mrs.
Paul Some of these will 3-0.VITA1IS
have to be withdrawn at the end
of this .school year because Hair Tonic. 19'King
they're worn out, she added. . .
The library facllltes are well- Sii. ULTRA BRITE
used at the school with every Power
class having a half-four library .49' old
period on their regular schedule Toothpaste
each week, and teachers . (
bring all or part of their classesto PKG.
the library room atother free
times. Jan Paul is library Hosiery. 393om.
aide, and assists students in . . .
picking out books, and checkingthem .
out for reading in their -a. SECRET ANTI-PERSPIRANT DETERGENT
room? or at home.In .
additiontobooks,18period- Deodorant 98 Limit On.D.I.rg.nl of your cholc.w/$3.Food Ord.r Excluding Cigar.lt...
icals are subscribed: to throughthe .
school library which range WASH SANFORIZED WATER ARROW.limitl Detergent'choice"ormorepurchasjeicl'
i-ib.ConASTORII0c.P0rn,R.y.Driporiin..llmdlColleeolchomewr35' ormor purchJsee c]CijS Gi.BlUE.WHITEorCOLD cjjs
professional helps for the

teachers reading. for to Educational"Children's the students films Highlights" own-, Sport Shirt I IWEAR .1" COFFEE..49' DETERGENT 49'

transparencies, tapes, etc, are
available through an exchange 3.1/4-Lb.ROCKINGHAM WHOLE 1-Lb.Can EUc.P.rk,R.a.,Drip' or F in..limit 1 Colfwolchoicew/JS) or more purchase e
well setup as with those Alachua from County the Brad-, as CANNED CHICKEN 99' : BLEACH.O..19'.
ford County Media Center. COFFEE 59
These audio visual teachingaids No. 1.Can SWIFT'S, PARD .
are used In the various
classrooms by the teachers, DOG FOOD( .411 lO 32-o. DEEP SOUTH SMOOTH Ql. KRAFT
as well as in the library It- . . .

self. .... ...."COMET Peanut Butter 79 Mayonnaise.*
Tommy Clark of Hampton CLEANSER. / 9
Lake has been substitutingon . . Mm Mm 32-0. ASTOR 20-01. THRIFTY WAID
the rural route and Graham
postofflce din, while for she Mrs.was Bessie In the Was-hos- TOMATO SAUCE 5/$1. Cooking Oil..49 Catsup. 4/$1.
pital recently. Mrs. Wasdln . .
was able to return to the route
Seymour Bailey underwent
minor surgery Saturday. Their U.S.D.A. CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED
daughters, from Orlando, USDA CHOICE BEEF
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bailey

here pitalized Mrs.last Irene weekend.last Jones week at was Brad-hos- Chuck Roast 59; usou'oln..o..o......

ford County Hospital at Starke. . 'B.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hayesand ROUND STEAK T9USDA
sons moved last week Into SUNNYLAND SMOKED PORK SHOULDER . LB.
their new home, located north-
west of their former home on CHOICE W-O BRAND CORN FEDCALIFORNIA
their farm just off Highway *

301.Mrs.. R. J. Williams entered PICNICS. 39 ; ROAST 'B.19USDA

University Teaching Hospitalin .
Gainesville on Thursday last
week, for treatment. Their
daughter, of Tampa, visited her RIB STEAK $109
Saturday. CHOICE LAMB . . . .B.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wigginsof USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FEDO'

Sunday Jacksonville with Mr.visited and Mrs.here USDA CHOICE USOACNOICllAM1 SHOULDER ROAST. 89
George Williams. < < 16'
Nancy Benckosky Linda LEG LB
IB ..
trand .d l loin
Stone Debbie Hill, Jo Ann USDA CHOICE W-P Corn oo i.TopSir W-D BRAND LEAN 010 UND
Salter, and Elaine Youngbloodwere us.uo.m., USDA CHOICE LAMB $149
at Crescent Beach Sat $ 59 T9STEAK. BEEFUSDA 3 'B.$159

urday.Buddy Roark, son of Mr. and LOIN CHOPS.. LB I SH'LD. CHOPS LB -.
!Mrs. Roy Roark,Is now stationed -
the U.S In Portsmouth. Marines. N.H. with CHOICE LAMB SIRLOIN CHOPS OR $129 PATTIES LAMB 39' RIBS. 59* CHUCK. $199<

Mrs. Eugene Waldron, and CHOPS. . . LB 'B. .
children, daughter of Mrs.
Ernest Green, Is now living
here in Hampton while Mr.
Waldron Is stationed in Ger- FROZEN FOOD PRODUCE
many with the army. HARVEST FRESH
Mr. and Mrs. George Herman
and family were Jacksonville

pool In the entry at Hampton -
Elementary School has been Dinners..3l2lb.
stocked with goldfish accord-
Ing to Mrs.Maureen Paul,prin- Poly Bag HASH BROWN CORN 10 EARSPerch 59;
cipal. They were purchasedwith

constructions at the school.from Earlier students P otatoes..3/$ 1

a circulating fountain, and rock FRESH, DELICIOUS
formation was built around one
end of the pool, and plantings
added alongside.Mrs. Strawberries. 3/$1
George Williams and STRAWBERRIES 3-1
Wiggins visited their 6-oz.HUT'S LIMEADE OR
mother in Jacksonville Friday. .
Debbie mil spent the weekendin Lemonade 8Pint. /$ 1
Tallahassee. Weekend visit
ors at the Don Hills were Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Clouse of Brad- SPOON SERVE DESSERTTopping POLE BEANS aA: 49* CELERY 2/39*
enton. . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis 4/$1 NEW CROP RED BLISS FIRM HEADS
were winners of a barbecue . . 18 59fR <
grill In a drawing in Starke POTATOES. 10 CABBAGE 6
last weekend. .. BAG . . . .B

monthly ment will meeting hold its regular tonight k BUY, 4T1..i.GlaINGLISH'ONE. GET 1 FREE OPEN ALL ORANGES. 5 IBBAO 49* LEMONS 49*

(Thursday). J . . . 12/

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Trade At HomeFor ... .._...._..._... .._....._..-....;............. -...._....................... .,
::1 :
Your Own Sake ,01:'I- 1 1 4..y.0.-GREEN' STAMPS...w.a. ':?:' 1 I 4..H.TWO GREEN..FKa lt 4,94_. JlNO'.a STAMPS?'I:;.1' 1 1 EXTRA.4..1..51SFE1.TWO rNO./STAMPS...........".. .;::' 1 1 EXTRA An.a".GREEN.u..w...STAMPS......"..".... ::: .I.1 1 -EXTRA dN._.GREEN""" .. .STAMPS...........a .. ..:'
and Community ProgressGLASS 1l( PACK W.O l[/ ...
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Recommendations On Teachers .office in the court house, ol

VPUBUCHDT1CES-} S (4 4IN said County at Starke, Florida,

III Bradford County Girl Pioneered II Made To Casey, School Board within from the six time calendar of the first months pub-

Mention! of this notice. Two copies

Principals, the Bradford School Teachers on continuing- con- TilE COUN1V JUDGE'S of each': claim or demand
I I Boatel, and Supt. ,Tom Casey tract will be transferred under COURT IN AND FOR BRADFORD shall be.11\ writing\ and shall,;

!In Early Fort Lauderdale and this assistants, Connie terms of their contract; only TROUATE COUNTY.FILE FLORIDIN!NO. 1.1RI0. stats the place .of residence and

.'. Clark, P. T, NoUn, and Foster decision to be made by the poatofficc address of the claimant -
Shi Smith, met Wednesday (Board will be which schools mid shall be somo by
The folltmiiiK: inlrivsKnt\ article place it used: to be. :Not;; one hit, But she was Floridaborn.Her night to make :recommendations they will go to. GIIAMES, Deceased. the claimant, his agent, or attorney

concerning a native of onp hit.That's. father, William Bessent, 1i 1iI for re-hiring\ Annual contract NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO and accompanied by [a,
Staike appeared) in a recent was a farmer<< who lived near tr personnel.The .About seven teachers from ALL CREDITORS AND filing fee of <:ne dollar and such
Issue: of The Foil LJutlc1'
Now.-, II uill ba: of settlers of D Oliver sees it. And anyone reason Mrs. Oliver isn't so meeting replaces the function annual contract personnel. also DEMANDS AGAINST SAID shall be void.

5larktn.! .. Oliver, subject of with a name as' deeply high on the new "tremendous- of the now abolished school face transferal.\ decision ESTATE: SRobert F. Glumes, Jr.
the aitlclo. is a sister; of Abe imbedded in the archives! as type" Ft. Lauderdale. She trustees whose responsibility It must .be made first\ on re-hiring Robert F. GhamesJr. Admin-
Boh-sent of) Starke. an Oliver ought!: to know. prefers a breeze in the trees was to make recommendations. them, been: on where they will You and eacih of you ,are 'hereby istrator of the Estate of Lillian

In one in a sixth-floor hotel to the school board on annual ,be assigned. notified to present any claims B. Ghames, deceased.
or course she wasn't an Oliver balcony. contract personnel. Supt. Casey and demands which you or 4-21 4t 5-15
when she came here. The I Grades K-6 at RJS: will meana ,
invited the School Board and either of you, may have againstthe
HOU.MID "'.\SMITH: basic staff of 9-10 teachers
By month was August/:: and the .
she's said the meeting was open to estate of LILLIAN B. GH-
So these days living FILING CABINETS, Type
(Staff Uriter( ) 1111! ) and her name was Casey says, and at Anderson ,
year teacher and the public. AMES, deceased: late of said
on a 300'a<'re grove called any teachtrs.Casey writer Stands, Desk, Chain,
1.T I.V: I I-I-KDAI.E: isn't! the Eugene/:: Bessent (She was actually Sunstream which is just east seven County, to the County Judge of Safe.. Bradford County

nice warm wonderful named after an uncle ) of the Turnpike on the road Process, now will be for the and Asst. &!.Pt. Con Bradford County, Florida,: at his Telegraph. '

'II between U.S. 441 and Boca lf' principals) to make recommendations nie Clerk have interviewed each _

** Raton (State Road ROB). She to the superintendent, teacher Involved in the RJE &
Rudd Gas Water Heaters has a fine home and a group then he, In turn, will make recommendations Anderson schools!, the superintendent NEED READY CASH'\
of "watchdog" ducks She to the school: said. They were extremely -

: ...... swears they're better than beard' for a final decision. pleased, at the willingness of
heats water 3 times faster! any dog if the wrong person -aurwa the teachers to be transferred w Come See Us!

comes near the place. A __ Sa \Also set> for discussion was and at their desire to do Rivers Of Hot Water At What the 'transfer of about 19 teach- good job wherever assigned!
rl- brought her! to Ft. rI
Lauderdale in 1911 was that ers from RJE High end Anderson 4.j rw (" We make loan for

f 1 LOW, LOW COST her sister Miss Fannie i I :f Junior. High at Lawtey to Local Student IL any worthwhile pur
Resent, had a little mishap I other schools in the county 4pose.,
f i.a with her horse. The horse A Ar ..+.i Both Negro schools next year ',

J Pay For It From Your pulled a buggy but it ran off will be elementary schools with Displays Art $25 to $600DO
: I grades K-6, Supt Tom Casey
with :Miss Bessent in it and :
lrrrC Utility Savings broke her arm. says. YOU HAVE ,
r ,4'. Phyllis Haddock Is among the

WATER HEATER INSTALLED b 0 '.. "__ ....... art majors _
So :Miss Eugene' !: came to -'....." '\..;<; ..........." ,. High Point, N.C., exhibit ;' to make? "
WITH GAS -- ONLY $77. help her dress and do other ,-...n..,.,........,., ':# v''I ing their work at the annual
chores her sister no longer .,. '" .r -!" :: ..:a series of exhibitions at the col -Too many bills to
Rent it for could do. Her sister was a
only $2.00 Per Month \ lege.The
teacher and never missed a l'MRS daughter of Mr and Mrs. payToo

(':ALL NOW day because of t the accident Cosby S. Haddock Rt. 2, Starke. ::: k : many taxecoming .
The two sisters hoarded in a Miss Haddock is a graduate of : : due

:312: W. MADISON little house, one of a cluster, Bradford High SoLnool; Where
SLADE GAS near the Third A\e. budge ishe was a member of the National -

PHONE 961-7701 or where it :$ now.MONEY. '. ,: Honor Society was voted Let Us Help With Your Money

"Most Likely to Succeed" and
was tie recipient of the Haydon

Burns Scholarship.
A senior at High Point Col- TOWN FINANCE CO

lege, she graduated Magna Cum
DAVID OLIVER AND 'WATCHDOG' DUCKS Laude from St. Johns River Jr. 22K N. Temple Phone 964-7449

College in Palatka.),
21 MODELS 1- Miss Eugene also became a temoer anyway, broke and 4

teacher She taught the thin( very, very happy. Open AH Day .cry
grade in that little early-day PATIO\ & GARDENDISCOUNT I ISAYE
.. school whtcn was! where the David, even with the going( 1. and Sat Until 7

old courthouse was on Andiews that rough, built a little house AT
Quail" r--fI'T about block from the
I a river.
Ave. But she didn'tleach
CONSTRUCTION 4. ..1.'L. ._ 1 : t
I- 1 b.d,..,. OxO.D for too long, until spring
vr.E They had four children:
of 1912.
.. Pauline (Mrs. Harold Butts of
Boca Raton who died in
; & Instead she fell in love. The ; S10RE
David, who I is the presidentand
IMMIDIAUCONH.UCflON man was David D. Oliver. Hewasn't =
manager of Peninsula 1 (,
the big, swashbuckling Supply Co., and very act.ve; ke laza N
l type., ( In fact, he
:wARAORTGAGE was only
here; Frances (now Mrs.
.. medium height and never Alan Frank of Boca Raton

Ii 0 IJarkrni what you could call a talker. who also lives at the grove), 24" FOLDING GRILL
12 SHO"? 1f'1S and Martha, now Mrs. Hugh
lO "y YOU CAN BEAT THE RISING COST OF 'He was a businessman
D Thistlethwaite of Opelousas, __________
JI o" -= NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION from the word go. she says, __
.. Don't wait Jim Walter has cut the strings on tight "hut when he said somethingit Louisiana
money Millions of dollars are available for new homes was worth listening to."
It was Pauline and Harold $8.99$55
'u constructed by Jim Walter Homes Get in on the
O"CfS, IN 'H''OUOLIf' Butts who bought the large .
'''!; loeAr/D"'J/ savings: Build now Avoid the rising costs The way the town (or young f"--
of land Raton
in Boca
tract on
of material and labor and realize city) was then well, itwas
>. Fla ) which the is now situated value
\ grove '
tremendous increased
savings in just about the most t won- "
32201 -., .N property values.32IW1SiBeaver derful place ever. That's why "-

INSTANT 1OO% FINANCING qualified the hustling, paced-up city "But Ft. Lauderdale was Deep heavy gauge steel bowl guaranteed I_ "
property owners. can never match it, never regain such a nice little town then" against burn-out Roll -about portability
Phone: 384.158): / Jim Walter will help you cut your new homo cost even more by that charm. She remem-
making it possible for you to do some of your own ;, oaks and she says, "The Indians poledin and folds for storage Avocado color
bers all those live
from the Big .
interior finishing You decide how much
Lake ('iI.\. Fla. The more you do, the more you save. Send for our .A r,., gumbo-limbos, towering i and well I've got to
asm1.i : :. free catalog beautiful trees all over. The
*. o. B"1013< A Comfrfafc. L&e of / - people were about as friendlyas admit I was afraid of them.

3(1.10( : h:. ()u'alt. n_ }f'T4Ll_ I JIM u WALTER. CORP. ii.. ST ... I could be. Everybody called There really wasn't any reason 24" HOODED

.. S. 90 & niustee W .. ., ._ Tr. ah.' ,. 0, Ids. .".dI everybody by his or her first but maybe it was becausemy [ 18" FOLDING GRILL
I '.' '''. ,. .. ,.' "- name. Then the Indians in parents had told me so
Phone; 7;; HVi8; '. MOTORIZED
I Ww a their colorful costumes were many stories about them -

NAME ADDRESS 0 t always poling up and down Like some others, she well BAR -B -Q
Ocala I hl. 33670 -- -- .
the river, on their way to or $ Q66 .M
I CITY STATi remembers Shirttail Charlie.He .
;soar S. Pine( SI t. back from Miami or Palm .r
Box !051: l, I'll. 1>22-IUI'i" Call, Write, or Stop by' Today ->(> > I '3O' dSIZZLER Beach. The Indians, i It t was the one who went $1A88
around in just a shirt, and he
seemed, were always travel
drank a lot and used to beg / _
ling. People used to say the
for the sick
city was pretty big, about 2- which money he spent On lemon papoose ex .. U. L. approved swing- Ideal for camping .
(POO\ ) but be- picnics. Sets up on
nobody really tract. out motor and chrome
lieved it. That was just of plated Spit. Deep table folds for .
one rr ,
those stories they told. She she used to walk \ steel bowl guaranteed compact trunk stor nwr.'
p against burn-out De age..3-PDslllonr"1 -,11.! .
\-g $$15.95 value I
\ blocks out t of her way to escape Iuxequalltythrough.
The man she was to marryand meeting him L. out. value..
( who was to leave her a

widow in 1958)) was in business "But really the Indians

with his two brothers, were wonderful and people '
Jim and Frank in the old liked them," she recalls. "Da SUPER SIZE LAWN CHAIR/ fe:-/' r.H.
Stranahan Store, which they'dbought t
vid used to tell how they'd
out. Another brother, bring!t in alligator hides! and Large size aluminum folding chair with 6x4x4 extra Iirf;.,. .,: .1. ,'k-z/

Sam, was also round. He egret feathers. They'd buy strength webbing. 34" high contoured back flat arm 1J!$;?! : ': :t..
was some kind of an engi the backdoor and rests reinforced 1" tubular polished aluminum frame. ; ;_i v
them at .'. a4fkt (. :,:;;;L:;:::.....
what "
N neer. She's not sute just in the front '.. .
1 then they'd come .
;: .
kind. door with more. Maybe they i '.'."" ",,",, = ," =,," ..,.
bought the same two or three ','\ ,. f -
Disaster \)
struck the first day
N\\NG\ not. But itwltsn't '"'''' ,if,4, -
times. Maybe $4 9 9 value I
of June, 1912. She was on a W
':' I ,
that importanV'But i
trip back to Staike at the kt, )4y4y' M""" J

f0 per time. She says today all reoPOt.ts thinking back \Mrs. Ol 4tilyi'l''..i;'1l11 ''lijWW: f1' rj" .--

art about that file are iver-who at 77 is about the $ 9 7. :il;
E'1 lecyp somehow mysterious! and littlekno..n youngest looking pioneer of 2 /1.
'Ic gabt \ but it was a bad one. all-recalls a place and a I

pO The major part: of the business time, and together they were ...- .. .. \,
_rc:" e.\ section of the town very wonderful in a way the '- i- '
... \ burned down Included in all modern age can never be ; ,'..:.:.,"
',.:. ....,.,
those buildings on old Brickell wonderful again. j"
Avenue was Oliver Bros, Gen \.." ... ):,:

eral Merchandise. True Floridian she says the \-.:.<:$:: ;It, "'*\ 1 .
depression started in 1926, not .. .. .
Three of the Oliver broth-
1929. That was the year of the \, / "
ers-Frank married-
was land "bust" capped off by the
lived the two-floor store &
over A
but big hurricane. She says she's FOLDING CHAISE
e.scaped. d
heard all those stories about a ... .
,.MItc.; .. "Q ..
.. "
.qiIt. '
... '
Still her husband and her city-to-be bursting at the /.0 .; ... ........ ...'!J'' '''' .;JJ '- ........ Iii
::. "!1I""' '
brothers had borrowed and seams and people waiting in \. .... 5poSllfoncha
line three hours for mail but t / with 6x15 webbing.
now they had nothing left in
; she was too busy raising chil- Matches all the $588

.".,t 0" I the world. But there was dren to notice it much. $$8.99' value I / great above.I features of
}OR1StiNGTQN pD something else about the town But by 1928 it was tough.
r b tMo t.otJ. then. People were generousand
'WI .
/as/o.t./ ..l -tnYOU' wanted to help and
; : ht1 : n.- (!T\.U' rt.o they did help the young Oliv NOTICE OF INTENTION TO EVERAIN SPRINKLER GARDEN TOOLSOscillating

{} ers. The store, in time, was REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
,, clLI rebuilt and restocked. Notice Is hereby given that
o c.o TfpPT the undersigned, under the provisions action that waters Choice of trowel cultivator or

!. IP ? "You'd Just have to know of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof up to 2200 sq. ft. Set'n! spray transplanter. Heavy duty chrome

f.1,cJ1'9aLOLLdI. .Qfl. o.b those people, how they were Florida. Acts of 1941, will dial for 4 types of watering plated steel heads, walnut han
hlf. :r then" she says. "If you needed register with the Clerk of the action. dies.

n-er..c, ,.. help, any kind of help, they Clrouit Court, In and for Bradford .

J; .t1.tJCLb; made you know they wantedto County, Florida, upon receipt $ O97
'" Dr, 00p.f1E. help." : of proof of publication of 38
"'" a. 5 this notice the fictitious nameof C "

.. a.6 Y $ b pp.tEI'I'fjJag ( Well, that was 1912 in Ft. Watson Egg Farm under ""il
.. '
ot'1\ oo'-N Lauderdale for you. which we are engaged In business ,

st\p.\\" at Graham. Florida. $$4.99 790
The business burned in Mario and Enes Carnpanella, *

June, the brothers and store Graham.. Florida, owners. value valuestt

went broke and she and David Dated this 21st day of April

Oliver were married in Sep. A. D. 1969! *t Starke, Bradford ITS CARP'S FOR I FAMOUS I BRANDS..SATISFACTION i I I GUARANTEED ,
County, Florida. 4-24 4t 5.15

14 f TELEGRAPH April 24, 1969

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ft6- At PTA Meeting

MELROSE Keystone School Not Getting

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Keystone Hilites Bible CIuK Keystone SchoolTo Fair Share, Tynes Is ToldCharges

Boys And Girls
By JIM FOX Get NewPrincipal

Please Phone in Your Items 473-414& To DemonstrateThe
that Keystone Height area Is experiencing mushroom creased. 49 per cent In the last,

boys and girls of four was not getting its fair shareof growth due to ,the ,overflow of five years Tynes declared', male.
New Life Bible Clubs in the the proposed. $6,000.000 (plus) .families from Jacksonville.. ing it the second fastest growing:
area have prepared an :Interesting Joseph B. Benson has resignedas bond issue for school capital school district in Florida.
demonstration program for principal of the Keystone outlay in Clay Ccunty were He asked for supportfof) the Tynes defended the proposed
parents and friends on Tuesday Heights High School but expects leveled at County Superintendent bond issue, elating that if Clay $532.350 appropriation, for the'

Apr. 29. at 7:15: p.m. in to remain: there In some Jesse Tynes at least. Thursdays County doesn't get more build Keystone School, saying it wasp
: the Keystone Heights Community other capacity probably, as a PTA meeting ings for its .rapidly increasing fair share based on present

ri Church educational building. classroom teacher.A r- Tynes strongly defended the school enrollment. then schools: and projected student enroll-
letter of resignation! was bond program and explainedthat In some areas would have to ment.
The clubs are sponsored by submitted by Benson to the April Lt. Col. Sargent for
the lion's share of tIle money go on double sessions. The proposed program
the Children's Bible Mission 14 regular meeting of the ClayCounty CitationIn must be spent in the north Figures show that Clay Coun- Keystone School would: include:
: : Inc., Northeast Florida Branch. Schol Board. He will be Given ern part of the county since that' ty school enrollment has in- Site work: grading and plant-
:Misses Thompson and Bell are succeeded as principal by Char- Vietnam Ing grass. complete plot plan for
of the clubs in Theres-. La.
teachers les B. Rider of Hammond. 26-acrp site, and removing portable
.sa, Keystone, and Melrose. Mrs. who is expected to arrive in Key- B. Sargent
Lt. Col. Wayne buildings
Oehrlg teaches the Starke club. stone about May 15. son of Mrs. Mattve C. Sargent Melrose/ PO Rob'bedBy New construction: : Science demonstration -
The program will conclude Benson who is completing his of Keystone Heights. recently area ((60 stations):
E with the club meeting for the fifth year a-a principal at Keystone received the Legion of Merit Science Lab ((27 stations): Band

present' school term. classes said hs wanted a rest award in ceremonies near Long Suite and Vocal Music ((80 ca
--- -- will resume in October.A duties, and 'Professionals'going
from administrative / home
24 economics
Klnh. Vietnam. pacity); ort room. ;
TOPIC AT ROTARY captain; R. W. Tyre, captain; number of clubbers have hoped to have: more time "forfishing" CU. Sargent received' : the citation department 24; Indus-
George Goetzman, lieutenant,, earned prizes through the Bible and other interest in for: meritorious service trial arts 24; administrativesuite
Dana Bernard ( Leon Kuj Kendall, lieutenant W. Memory Program conducted in Lbs sys
Mrs. above! ; some ether position his last assignment with.Headquarters for secondary school; two
during A team of apparent "profess- The thieves jimmied the lock
who, with her husband,operates M. Beam, chief engineerW.; through the clubs. Six are working Combat ((30()
a school of Instruction In sea- II. Redfearn Jr., first aid off hard to complete 100 Bible tem.Richard Lovom. School Board 268th ionals" broke Into the Melrosepost on the back door of the buildingto kindergarten classrooms
icer. Aviation Battalion in Vietnam offlc3: before dhwln last gain entrance then proceeded each).
week at !! |
for free Camp
plane landing at Lake Geneva, verses a said the only new appointment -
member from April 1968 t ta March 1969. $JOin ( Major alterations: convertingtwo
SCHOOL GOLFERS Bilead this summer. Five Thursday, ..stealngIIIround; to "peel" the safe.
was guest speaker at the Key- \ to the teaching staffat to
for A
stoneMIeights Rotary Club last Members of the Keystone Heights others are planning to attend Mrs.Thelma R. Assistant Chief of Stalf cash around $3,000 worth of "It was a.neat Job. They work rooms in Building
was toilet
Friday. She was introducedby School Golf Team hostedan camp for their second year by Keystone the elementary school, operations Headquarters n of postage \stamps over 1,500 ed like real professionals: ," saidinvestigator cafeteria purposes; treating -
program chairman Bill Rey- area tournament at the goli completing! nine correspondence Allen to will haveto iFleld Force Vietnam. Col. Sar- blank money order stock, a machine M. Leon Jones. floors; repairing windows.
nolds. club last Thursday afternoon. Bible lessons this year. although replacements tea- gent entered the Army in September for writing out money Several other postoffices in the These\ alterations at an estimated -

The Bernards conduct their Golfers from Crescent City, They are Frank Bailey Debbie be found for two more Sandra 1946. He received his orders. and control stamps for area have been robbed in re. cost of $4,000 would be in
school at the former Tiny Cove Green Cove Springs, and Key- Sparkman. Lisa Eland and chers who have Linda Perkins. B. A. degree in 1950. money orders.If cent months, including: thoseat addition to the $523.330.Recommended .
location at Lake Geneva, where stone participated in the match Jimmy and Cindy Davis. Juckmath and hiS'assistant. Col. Sargent has received the the thieves are not caught. Law ley, and Waldo. The Flo- schoOl oajaslty:' : ::
they keep their seaplane for play tournament. Local golfers Coach Roy Bayless and : Distinguished Flying Cross the and are successful In writing rahome po-stoffice' has been hit after completion of this program
Instruction purposes. Aviation Jeff Baits and Marshall Gal- Charles Newlon, were Bronze Star Medal for valor, out and cashing the stolen money twice in the past year. would be 786. Enrollment as of
students from all over the U.J. lop tied for medalist with 41's. Zenobia Kennedy both rsappointed:! Lovorn said. two .awards of the Army Commendation order forms they could!: The Melrose robbery was discovered last September 'was 560.

and Canada come here to obtain the Keystone team defeated <: Medal. !and the Purple conceivably net around $150.000 at 7 a.m. Thursday Several PTA members voiced
Green Cove by one stroke and Services Held He is a 1944 graduate that Keystone! should
their seaplane certificate Heart. if all money orders\ were written when employees cams to work.It the opinion
after a five or six hour courseof Crescent City by 12. of Bradford County High School. for the maximum amount of had been closed' at 5 p.m. get a complete new plant under
Instruction.In This was the last tournamentfor Zenobia Kennedy. 88. died NEWS NOTES His wife, Gail, resides in Panama ': $100. Wednesday. the bond issue rather than the

discussing their operation, the season. A 4-1 record Thursday, Apr. 17. in a Jack- City.ns program >as outlined.In .
Mrs. Bernard outlined the was tabulated for the local team. sonville nursing home after an By Helen Ease: -Jjr.s.rr.rflSflSfl -- spite of T 'nE.3' request for

safety; precautions which are DUPLICATE BRIDGE extended illness. She was born support of the program. the

followed strictly by the Instructor The Keystone Heights Dup- in Jasper on Oct. 20. 1880 and MELROSEBy group did not go on record for
and the student during the licate Bridge Club, sponsoredby was a member of Friendship COMMUNITY CHURCH VOICE of theSPORTSMAN or against the bond: i ii3ue. A
course. the Womna's Club, meets Baptist Church In Hamilton Rev. Robert Moody Holmes, committee was named. with
each Monday night at 7:30 In County. of Tallahassee, was the Morning Joyce Rowe lJ; ) Mrs. Robert J. Eklund as chairman -

AMERICAN LEGION the clubhouse. The games are Surviving are two daughters Worship preacher on Sun. -r.rs.t-r- to confer with Supt. Tynesin
The regular montly meetingof open to the public. Mrs. Tracy Baker, Lake Geneva day Apr. 13. An informal reception s..r r By:,MIKE CM ITT Y greater detail: : on the pr gram
given from 3 to 4 :Is once again In tho > ,
American Legion Post 202 Due to poor attendance last and Mrs. Bertha Edwards. was Robbery and report at the May meeting.
will be held at the post homeon week, duplicate bridge was not Jacksonville; one :son. R. T. o'clock by the Executive Boardof news of Melrose. Safe crackers L-; --- Officers for the new PTA year
Highway 21 at 8 p.m. Thursday played. However, there were Kennedy, Lake City; and a the Church Women in order entered the Post Office and were elected and will be Installed -
1. Nominations of for Trustees and Stewards to made off with money orders.
two tables of party bridge. Win number of grandchildren. at the May meeting as
officers to serve for the next ners were: Louie Kyle, first Funeral services were held at meet Rev. and Mrs. Holmes. stamps and a small amount of Hi, sports fans -- good news on out Santa Fe-way. Mrs. Alex Brokas,
year will be made at this time, place Fremont Tolles, second in Friendship The Reception Committee was cash. They also took rubber this week. The bass are really, While we were on a quick follows: Zowarka
with the election set for the place; and Mrs. Aubrey Bannister Cemetery.11 a.m. Saturday near Jasper. with under chairmanship of Mrs. stamps needed to fill in the truly starting to bite good now. trip to West Florida, I visiteda president: Mrs.Mrs. A. C. Ming.lerlorif .
June meeting. It is urged consolation prize. Don Wallace who was assistedby amounts. a dating machine and Yes, ieiiows -- it's that tune privately owned backwaterlake vice president: Lin-
Baker officiating.
that all members attend. Poor .Rev. L. A. Mrs. Bert Christoffers and a money order machine. This again, and the bass are righton Spring Lake. This little secretary; Larry
attendance and* apparent Kiev. TEEING OFF![ Arrangements were In chargeof Mrs. Al Bachmann who served. robbery comes Just two weeks schedule. Everywhere I lake Is just full of logs, limbs, sin treasurer.
of Interest at recent meetings Eight members of the Key- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Mrs. William Beam Sr. and after bandits held up the bank go, folks tell me they're biting, lily pads, grass and all sortsof Preceding discussion! of the
has prompted'some (discussVonof stone WGA participated in the Home. Mrs. Francis P. Egan assistedIn in Keystone. but with all the sickness and fishy places. I have heard bond issue, a program was presented -
disbanding the Post. Gainesville Golf & Country Club arrangements. Spring 'bouquets Congratulations to Miss Jan- death we've been having lately, many good reports about it and by the county health:

Bingo is played each Satur- Ladles Invitational on Thurs- Flower graced the refreshmenttable Ice Lynn Smith. a Melrose Elementary I haven't had a chance to the fish it yields. So If you

day at 8 p.m. at the Post day. Local golfer Voncil Ketch Show; arranged by Mrs. Christ- fifth grader, who won check'em out. are ever up that way, you might
home. Mrs. Anna James recently was the medalist for the day This SaturdayIn contribut.ed In anti-smoking One thing for j want to check it out.
offers. Flowers were- first place : an sure, ole Roy nurse.KEYSTONE
bass have been
Many large
won the $103 jackpot.The with her score of 79. Other Zike and contest
by Mrs. Raleigh educational poster
present pot is $81, and will winners fromthe local club who Masonic Hall GrUfin'or Griffin's Lodge hasn't caught out of there this year,
Mrs. Roy Bridges.A sponsored by the Putnam County -
had anv trouble including a 14 pounder. This
be Increased each week. were awarded prizes for jheIrplay v; v r Ic. ttti: catching'em.
Family Dinner was enjoyed Chapter of the American but then he
never does. lake Is owned and managed by
FIRE DEPARTMENT Included Vesta Aiken, Su The Second Annual Flower
)n April 17 by about, 75 members Cancer Society. Janice received -
Roy reports that the bass are Ed and Vera Strickland. Verais
Twenty members attendedthe Dwyer, Jean Hardigree and Zee Show of the Garden Club of the
Volunteer Fire Department Tolles. Lakes will be presented in the and guests with the Gro- a blue ribbon and a $3 check working alive in the grass, and my Uncle Roy Crenshaws' HEIGHTS
lick and Wallenlus Circles as for winning in county competition are hitting shiners. Mr. and sister.
meeting on April 10. Chief There were also seven mem- Masonic Hall at Keystone
hostesses. Seated at the speak and a $1 check for win- Mrs. Gordon 11111 caught35 bas Because of two deaths in my
Edwin Bennett WGA who
reported a
bers of the Keystone Heights from 1:39: to 7
of 16 fire calls in March, and attended the monthly golf-a- Saturday, April 26. p.m.. er's table were Dr. and Mrs. ning at Melrose Elementary.Her from Friday to Sunday, and family last week, we were Unable DIRECTORY
First Aid Officer Everett Fox round in Starke on Thursday.Lois Albert Holt; Mrs. Roy Turknett poster pictured an owl there have been many other fine to call the rest of my
reported five ambulance calls Walker won In her flight The Junior Gardeners from president of the Church Wo- sitting on a branch with a Cigarette catches, too numerous to men- checkpoints for fishing news.
during the same period. compefltfon. Keystons Helshts High School men; Mrs. Frank llgen vice in his mouth. It said tion, including one 10pounderand But even so, I can tell you
The resignation of Ward Bes- Martha Hayes was the low will also participate.'! president and program chairman "Have you ever seen an owl another weighing 11 pounds. that the fish are really biting.So .
sett''was accepted, and the application net winner in the recent President's The public Ls cordially invited and Mrs. Homer Sikes.A smoke? Of course not, they'retoo Roy and Mr. Zellner .caught you had better get out and SERVICE
of James Zowarka was Cup Tournament held at to attend. program of anthems was wise." 20 bass Thursday, so that will try them. Until next week,
approved for membership.The the club. Vesta Aiken was run- presented by the choir of ParanBaptist The contest was a county- give you a rough idea what Is "Goodbye and Goodluckl". Complete Auto RepairsAir

following officers were ner-up for this two-day event. Church. under the direction wide effort to educate and help Conditioning Repairs

elected for the coming year: Mrs. Jim Zowarka has requested barbecued chicken dinner. He of Mrs. Sikes. the students become aware of Bridge Club were: Mrs. H. T. ce.s.. There was also a displayof & Automatic Transmission
R. J. Weir,' president, ?lIen that all Juniors, who suits of the tournament will be On Sunday Apr. 27, Rev. the dangers of cigarette smok Dent and Mrs. W. F, Wilson, art work done by Melrose Service
Miller, vice president C.H. are interested in playing in given In next week's column. Boyd Underwood, pastor of ing. Janice's poster and several 1st place: Mrs. Mary Cook and Elementary children. PHONE 473-4401
Haberstroh, secretary; George Friday's tournament, place Proceeds from the tournamentwill the Westminster' Presbyterian other outstanding postersIn Miss Iva Hlllyer. 2nd place; Guests were able to tour the
Massa, treasurer; E. T. Ben- their names on the list postedon be donated to the Crippled Church. Pensacola. will preachat the contest are on displayin (Mrs. W. J. orollck and Mrs. library. Proceeds went Into Little Lake Bedford

nett, chief; M. Donaldson, assIstant the bulletin board. The tour- Children's Home. the morning service. various stores in downtown Zoe Terry. Mrs. C. W. Hardy the building fund for an additon
chief; T. Tomlinson, nament is scheduled to startat HERE N' THEREMr. EASTERN STAR Palatka. Janice is the daughterof and Mrs. R. P. Vogh. Mrs. F*. to the present facilities. Over BEAUTY SHOP

9:30 and will be followed bya and Mrs. Eugene Clay- Worthy Matron Grace Keeth Mrs. Richard Smith. T. Hogue and Mrs. Carol Ann $134 was collected. .

DRAfiLINE WORKBULLDOZING luncheon prepared by the poole, formerly of Jenette, Pa. of Keystone Heights Chapter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dosta- Wilbank, tied for third place. Woman's Club KEYSTONEBEAUTY
junior girls.Heservatlons. and now enroute to their new OES: gave a report of the lek of Waukegan. HI. spent a Homemakers Club Carey Ferrell. Jr., was guest
", are being accepted home in Sanford, are visiting Grand Chapter session held in few days with Mr. and Mrs. The Melrose Homemakers speaker at the regular meeting SHOP
EARTH by Mrs. Al Bachmann Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Little St Peter unr. April 8-11. when Richard Moore last week. Club met Wednesday at the of the Melrose Woman's Club EDITH

CALL ((473-4189) or Mrs. Harold Sut- Lake Keystone. Mr. Clay- Mrs. Jessie Mae Hicks of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hunt Club house for a Dress Review, Wednesday. Apr. 16. The topicof Personal and JOHNSON Creative,Hair Owner -
ton ((473-4211) for the Dessert poole is Mrs. Johnson's was Installed as Grand and son. Craig visited his mother with members modeling dress- hU talk was the upcoming gvcijPtorm of Beauty
Big Chief HeavyConstruction Card Party; to be held at the brother. worthy Matron of tho Jurisdic. Mrs. A. L. Hunt. in Alach- that they have made. Mrs. School Bond Issue to be held CU1&urena....&&. 9-6; closed
club on may 9. Doug and Sherrie Lutgens entertained tiers of Florida. !Mrs. Vera Own- ua last week.Don't James Robins was In charge of in Putnam County on May 13. .
Inc. Clay County Shrlners sponsored friends with a partyat bey also attended a!? a delegate forget to mark May 3 the review. He emphasized the need for

Palatka 325-7476 their annual tournamentat their home in Hillcrest on but was unable to attend the with a big red circle, This is On May 7, members will be the money to meet programs in BUILDING MATERIAL
followed -
the club on Saturday, Saturday evening.Mr. .
and April 15 chapter meeting due to the day of the Melrose PTASpying able to model In a Dress Re- 1970 including facilities for HARDWARE
social hour and
by a Mrs. Jack Little _
of West Newton illness. Past Patron Hector Festival at Melrose Ele- view in Gainesville for all Ala- vocational courses, classes for
L Pa. are guestsof Ownbey was appointed on the mentary School. ehua County Homemakers Club exceptional children and handi- BROOKLYN
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Beelerof Library Committee of the Duplicate Bridge members. capped children, and kindergarten -
Peach St. Mr. Little la Grand Chapter. Winners last week at the Mel.. Members are still selling! the for all who wish it. Failure SUPPLY HOUSE

It always Mr. Beeler's brother-in-law. Following the chapter meetIng rose Duplicate Bridge Club book. "Favorite Recipes From to pass the bond issue will Lumber Plywood > builder's
Miss Sally Mansfield is a a social hour was enjoyedin Country Kitchens Casseroles. result in serious overcrowdingof Hardware Roofing Sheetrock
patient in Bradford County; Hos the Masonic Hall with refreshments was again discussed with Mrs. Including Soups." The price Is schools, Mr. Ferrell said. Paneling Paints Insulation
pital.! :served by Mr. and Rlttenberg but because of the $2.50 and is available from 8llmember'S. He also pointed out that it Tools Electrical & Plumbing
tJterrigfif time Leon Tries, a senior at Key- illness of the Assistant Agent, higher
Mrs. J. Azzie Williams. Mrs. will not result in taxes Supplies.
stone High School, is a pat- Alma Frost, and Mrs. Helen :no further plans can be made.It Variety Show than those in 1967. Hwy., 21 N. of Keystone 4734886
lent at Haven
Hope Hospitalin
is permlssablfl for a groupto The who pay'
Jacksonville. Please send Egan. .I J Interlachen Booster Club Only those people
yours cards to room 219. We The Illness of several members -. enjoy a workshop for making will sponsor a Variety Show at property tax will be allowed to PRODUCTSFOR
"O: hospital and nursing home articles Interlachen! Is entirely CONCRETE
: "=r-. certainly hope that he is feelIng was reported. Jesse Lewis Junior Senior High vote. If your property
= -...-...-. much better and will be who has been ill for several during the summer School on April 25 at 8 p.m. at homestead exempt, you will
--' "- able to return home soom. weeks in Bradford County Hospital months. Members and non- the school. Admission will lie :not be allowed to vote, the CONCRETE!: PRODUCTS
.,- Mr. and Mrs. Evan Brew- !. has left Keystone to live members interested in this pro- 50 cents. speaker said.Hostesses CALL OR SEEEdward's

[ ;:).M :1 ster of Akron, Ohio were recent with his daughter. He will appreciate ject may call Mrs. Egan. 473- Fourteen acts will be presen for the meeting
.-, 1- guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. cards and letters at 4748. This will not be a Home- ted by students at the school.: were Mrs. Murray Sipprelle, Building

S. LaCoste, enroute to Sar- his new address: 93 Main St., makers project but one In Including singing dancing, and :Mrs H. R. McCracken, and Mrs. Supply, Inc.
asota. Mr. Brewster is Mrs. Sag Harbor Long Island. N. V. which any women of the community eklte. The Interlachen High S. P. Sashoff. 726 S. MAIN 372-4844

LaCoste's brother. :11963. Mrs. Lillian King who can participate.Mrs. School Choir will sing several School News Gainesville, Florida
Kevgtoners were sorry to was hospitalized for some time Rlttenberg explained the numbers. Friday April 25, will be a
learn that Miss Lola Snider in Alachua General, is now in Adult Summer Camp which will The students have worked planning day for teachers of
died in a Jacksonville Nursing the Extended Care Si Nursing be held at Camp} McQuarrie in hard to present this program, Melrose Elementary instead of NURSERY

To Bank By MailThere's home. She was a former resident Center at 1.000 S W. 16th St.. the Ocala National Forest, and are hoping for a big turn- Monday April 28. There will be
of Keystone, and was an Gainesville. (Mr. King was hospitalized June 3-6. The full course will out. Everyone la welcome to no .school for pvpils on Friday. O.C. Carries Nursery
aunt of Bill and Jane Rey- "end underwent I emergency be $lD. or $1 registration plus attend. Members of Mrs. Benson's

nolds. surgery In Alachua Gen meals for a one-day session. Proceeds will go to tile Booster and Mrs. Kirby's first grades Thousands of plants
no need to watch the NEW BETA eral on April 14. Some of the courses will be on Club to help with their pro went to the Gainesville Mall Fruit Trees.Shade Trees

clock if bank by mail. Your MEMBERSThe Sympathy is extended to Mrs. small repairs, family business, Jec"" last week. They rode on the Evergreens
you following students were
selected Thomas Norwood on the deathof and clothing accessories.The Chicken Dinner escalators and toured the Camellias & Azaleas
as new members of
nearest mailbox is your. "teller'swindow" the Keystone Heights Beta Clubon her sister last week in Virginia. club demonstration was The Melrose Woman's Club stores. They also drove through !MOST ALL IN CANS
and 1 given by Mrs. Rittenberg on will 'sponsor a Fried Chicken he University of Florida.
It s always the basis of scholastic merit, PLANT ANY TIME -
leadership and HOMEMAKERS CLUB the subject of garnishes for Dinner at the Clubhouse, Sat- Members of the Kindergartenclass
open Use this handy banking Donnie Baker, Jeff good Baits conduct, Jo: Mrs. Emogene Rittenbersr. various food dishes. urday, April 26, at 6 p.m. Costof toured the dairy in Haw Beautiful Roses -

service when a trip to our bank ann Benson, Sally Brannon, Clay County Extension Agent. Mrs. Hazel Davis and tier the dinner will be $1.50. thorne. LandscapingPhone .
Carolyn Crews, Debbie Cro- visited the Keystone Club on husband were in: an automobile As an added attraction there 659-2165
isn't convenient. Let us tell you mer, Dianne Davis, Debra April 16. collision on Easter Sunday and will be a country store featuring ,

Hawes, Dana Hayes, Lynn Mrs. Marguerite Quagllano both were under medical care baked goods, Jelly, and the Old /medZL1Lt't t. 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on
howl Henderson, Jo Johnson and Mrs. Mildred Payton will in Alachua General Hospital. other Items. Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome
Jones, Janet Kaufmann be the club delegates to the They are reported to be getting Proceeds from the dinner will '" -- ,
Kay }
COME IN GET ACQUAINTED Limehouse, Vanessa MUllcan, Leader Training Meeting In along] well now. go into the building fund. ;"f'o..O..)"} - Larry Mlngledorff. Nancy Nap.. Green Cove Springs on May 7. NOTICE Silver Tea ''
STATE BANK les, Christy; Newman, Dianne The program will be on Sea The Executive Board of the The Library Board is happy / Hanks Used Cars
KEYSTONE Paredes. Susan Richardson Food Cookery and the members Community Church Women win to report that the Silver Tea -- BIG CASH DISCOUNT
Fla Donna Sparkman, John Tin. voted to have a covered meet at 1 p.m. on April 23 in held last Monday was quite suc- G@ \
Member F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights, milLs, Mike Valldejull, Jack dish luncheon at the regular the educational building. All cessful. TERMSBUY

Your Friendly Bank In Your Friend]? Wingate. and Gayle Wolfe. meeting on May 21 at which officers and committee chair- Those attending enjoyed cook- SELL TRADE
Community. These students are to be commended time sea: food will be the main men will give written reportsof lea. and punch. Children from "The easiest way to get into a?. I, BOX 10
for this and many other course. their work for the May 3 Melrose Elementary School en- trouble is to be right at just Hwy. Ill< 8 Mile* S. SUrke
academic achievements. A beginners sewing course general meeting. tertained with Interpretive dan- the wrong time."

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j Smokey Says pnvoi-K And the amount of tnxea local or special law !. North of River.nitADFonn. -

I 'Swiss Family Robinson' Set Including the ccst of advertising Bradford County Florida, l COUNTY in-r month, plUM tile proportloniilo properly. ; tnxpn.vcrn. nml, the
A n.1 thn flrnt, month's penalty viding home rule powers I to '()wn.hlp 6 South Ranico SO t<" .t \"Ihll..hln/l'I || | | this no. n mini IK ..r ln\c.. Inn- iiillnpt' tlutiiHi .
urn ns follow.*: Board of County ... : .." tic'n. l"nlei. the nmountn act opp".It. <>r nrlrtlnlna; a nil ,penalties
For 5 Days At Florida Theatre WoMon. P. Hnrtlfttt $OO.S1Krnnklln providing certain .. Section! 1 10! : Lots 1. 11 and 12. e each nit 1i,' bulnw ;iro nre n* follow, :
WHO CAN LIVEN Xlver.Sc.tlnn 1',1e! before tlie let day of May
Tnnett 21 i* providing ; of Anne Jane Bissell Est. $18.71
r rtrannen,, rinmhlnsr Supply' 44.44 log, an effective date." 20: 8'i' '! .South' of flyer limit) tux exPclltloiia will Issue Kill It rtiimlui, .I 23
| A BURNED TironkH Ploh. Mnrltet.Inllnn 10.R't' Hoard Of County : (' : SRVi of SE3M.! thereon .nit'l unit. bo delivered to "'"It.'r J. V
Walt Disney's "Swiss Family and "Yellow Submarine" make .1 n. Rrnwn, ".' the double bill at the OUT FORESTED Milton O. Onrterritv 79747ft 4-24 4t & property: :: reel personal' or mlxc'd ,
Robinson" up 301 acres more or lees.ha. heloiiKina. to the taxpayer., :M,"ry 11. !Sm.-laer 3.95
to the
comes Florida
Floh AMont Mkt.rnlonlnl 74 linen filed Alrllinst you( J. It. Kelly
Theatre for a live-day stand Drive-In this Friday Saturday Florlut. 2ft.78 In The Circuit Conrt nd you are required to serve. a for impair taxes, penalties and Tax (",,IitOIflrutdto'd \.
and Sunday April 25-27, ,\. n. (",'nv", Oroc. 44.44 Jixllrlnl circuit. In And of your unnwer to tile iidilltlonnl I I font I". ')'".. n.imr" of County.% Florida
I Friday through Tuesday. April Doris Day and Brian Keith TVnoh, nHvfordAV :81.48 llrnilforil Cunnty. Florid. on tho Plaintiffs At- nt intangible personalP'E 1tI
25-29. 11. Pukes 12.M Civil Artlon No. IH%. Urown Nor-
portray an attractive widow ,,""rl" Fonnoll 0.13 LILLIAN C. McOOWTW.:- a : : Vucello:; &nrl"I.: State Kx-
Disney fans can again enjoy and widower in "Eggroll" first V-'trtvmnHt, nlrlea TneVnpii 2,1 nt dow et. al., rlnlntlffu, v. Hunk Build In"". Pont Of- I
the story of the popular Robin Fornvth.: S 8SO Greeley McGOWIN II. et Hot 103 Uike City Florida(
(having problems accllmlnatlng OR v'.. Tlnmn Appliance. : oft and Lila the original In
son family stranded on >a lush (her three sons and his 18-year- Saul Hankers!! 3.83 Defendants.Norrrn. office of the Clerk of the Phone 064-6305
tropical Island ringed with palm. Sinclair IFarlevScrvlren, II IS op SUIT Cool on -or before( June* TELEGRAPH
I fringed beaches. There they old daughter to the marriage. }frneInw 75.511 Tn The Name Of The State 1U69 ; otherwise the allega For Office Supplies
Rlngo John. Paul and Geor- A. n. .Tnhniion ft Son Oroe. 70.01 Florida: *. of tho Complaint. will bo.
build an enviable life living: In rvnlumfllfford. .Tnhn'"n' 207 To Th Defendants: BM I'unfpxsed.This .
four ge romp through fantasy land j. GRRKL-RY Mi-cowri:- : notice .shell be publleliea
a. level KellvTT. 197Z
tree house : .
In a In a full length animated movie.It r A. Tftwon 4433 and his wife, TRUE E. .... ench werlc tor four conbe-
primitive but opulent manner. is the first full length animation j'.1' ../ nirrlinrnr Il.,rnIT. ...!! fi fii T.V=" who nre residents of wreku T..I"g'nph.lJn.ted In the. Bradford
The film stars Dorothy Mc- IT. :7.Tn't 31.20 State of Alalmmit. and whoso "
Guire John Mills James Mc- ever made which employs //:/ :'::"wlv. '"rn SUM InNew 3.13 drMM I iii P. O. Box 8. Ch !> !>. this 111 day of April. IT'S NEW -
anlminatlon of actual living : :Method Cleaners S3 2* Alubrtnia :3G015 are notified .
Arthur, Tommy loses forest TTnrold K. Knrrnnn: 1177Sndle ( (} )
Kirk and KevIn Everyone when a a suit tn pnrtltlon th.
performers. r... Cnfe R M Charles A. Darby The New To Do Your Drive In Shopping.
Corcoran as the family. burns! ire described: property: Of Circuit: Court Bradford 'Easy Way
"Yellow Submarine" is basedon Willie Plttmnn. Jr. :3 M UNION COUNTY, /
They survive the wild animals :\f.... flprthn. nhn""n 12111: n t y
a song by Beatles John Lennon Shot porvlfp' HfnllAn SBfll Township 0 South-nans( By Benin M. Moody

fend .off even capture taming'by some nlrates and and Paul McCartney. and Southern Oil & Chm. Co., 212.14 EsV. <-tlon IS: NWof NWM j Deputy Clerk 4-24 ft 5-15 DRIVE-IN SHOPPINGJust

until offering four new Beatle hits JT'rF1 OF vpin nl'1Ill''I' : Rtnndnnl, Truck, StopT '7.I! i',, qf NW/1 ; andV'4 of W,4. -
rescued at the last minute. as well as encores of it least ''' \%HIII.F1 I.BlIl'IOL >nvl<. R StnrllnirTexnco 2 .7RIT SWt'o.. Drive-In __ ____ We'll Do The Serving.
"With Six You Get Eggroll" pnoi'sIs'rv T\Xl-1i'1' pprvlpe. Station : It Section 17: T3',4' of NRMl; TI"E OR t.' P.\lD DKMV-'
11 of their previous smashes. As' ,provided, 1 liv Chapter 20723( t'nltv raffVlclrerv :I.RI: M of NK- 'i ; S.,.!. Of N\'l'.. 1-1' IT6lI3LE FKHHONAl : -
,Art of in4l Notlco: Is hereby flnfniro :3.83nI,4 "' PlfOI'n-ry TAXI3U: :
Slvon Hint: tnnnlhle pornonaliiri P VntlnpoW. 4 II" f.tt". 1*: S',4\ of Lot 10 A* provided by Chapter 20721
>pertv taxes nsannnod 1 for( the( 111",11"'III.' ..n,.. :217 AT,'., of Lot 11 is nd 12.Section 'I" of 1941. notice Is hereby DOWLING
11(1S( nre now delinquent!' n. Wonn 1715' 1 19! : 1.ote 1, 2 ",," that Intanffible personal
RECREATION nml yenr Ix-Blnnlntr April" "I l uchtnxeH 7=!. T.. insrblo-od 17.1(5( Lnlll 11 nml 12 North of ..".... taxes nsBPsees for JUflS
I NEWSBantam nrc" drnwlnjr Interest of .T. n. tcciivTnx Section 20: Wli of NE'A; now delinquent and be ln- Drive-In Curb Market & GroceriesNow
rnIl.'rtnrllrnlfnr(1!! let such taxes are
ono porirnt per' month plus the 14 of :NWM, : EH of NW i April :
proportionate: cost of publishing! County Tlnrtda. ; Interest at. one per cent

notlrp. TnlOF the nmonntanot 1t .
Bills' *
Boys Baseball ippnsltn' eni'h nnme beloW offers this service in a full line of gro'Ceries.cold ,
the meeting or call the Recreation before $the first. flny of
sire pnld
Notlre Of Inteni To TntreS.ieeV.neuI cuts frozen foods drinks ice cream milk
Boys In Bantam Office at 964.6792 as there :M;"v, I'tOfl.! M'nrriints, will he laI ,
/Baseball Or iterlol LeMrlnlatlon FOR
ages I low .
sued I I Ilii-rron tllrprtlnre l I upon bread, pastries. etc.OPENING.
10 11, & 12, have been :prac- are openings'! .for. players on the BoUnre,,, "f tho personnl property Pertnlnlaff Florliln. To Ilrndford County.

ticing for the past' three weeks. some of the teams. tn.nf'.("the,". p taxnnyers.nnltl.,,. nod for addl(unpnld Notice !" Hereby Given that

They were placed, on teams League games of the Women's tlr>nnl (' IM.. The nnmo nt flcllnfliiont 19H'Application!) .Session will be the made to the SPECIAL
of FloridaLefclnlntura
this week and have begun prac- !League will .be played each Monday pr-rsonnl property tax- / t.r.t.he, passage of

tice as a, team with their coach. and l Friday night and plans OIL FOREMOST:

The 1969 season opener for now are to open<< the scheduleon

.this league Is scheduled for Saturday Monday May 19. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home MILK 1 Gal. - $1.28

: May 3. The first of two Deadline for team entry will A TION
games begins at 6:30: ( p.m. with be Monday May 12. Starke Phone 961-6200 -

the night cap scheduled for 8
: Small Fry Baseball
lIei hts.Phne 17.3-3176
p.m.The Keystone
Bantam Boys League will WEST SIDE
The Starke Recreation Department
play 12 game schedule climax.

ed by a tournament after the will begin registration for RENTAL: SERVICES i OPEN 7 A.M. 11 P.M.
the Small Fry Boys Baseball iI -
completion of regular season
play. Program on Monday April 28, I

play This by'league July 4.will completeIts at the Pratt Street Center. Hospital ItctU V\\ lied: Cliairx Crutches I 7 DAYS A WEEK

The program is for toys ages\ _
Following completion of lea.
7.8.9 (must be 7 by August 1)).
gue play team
composed of _

the for 12 year olds will be formed Practice May S, is and scheduled will be ;held to begin on e4 j CARL BEGGS

intra city play. sponsors '. < "
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Police Southern of the Bantam Department Discount Boys Co.Teams Coca, Starke Cola are: Monday uxday with games afternoons.and to Thursday be played afternoons ou SaL I } :: liltit ". 1 .:.I .- Gulf USED Service PARTS

Bottling Co. and BPOE No. ,- ,.,;J J Top Prices for Wrecked CM
24 Hour Wrecker Service

1802. INNANiEAthLake Fuel Oil
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New Innersprlngs PUMPS USED VACUUM cleaners re- I Vied On -
Girls Softball ( Santa Fe) CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop NEW AND cond.ttoned: $15 up. 10 different i George E. LaRue Hwy. 301 N. Waldo

The Starke Recreation! Department By: Michael H. Chitty Up to 15 word. ____.- 1.25 Us A Card or Call SALES-PARTS.. name brands to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto 46K-1MS
will offer (Minimum PALATKA EA 5-9166 Parts & excellent repairs allmakts.
Softball charge
a I I".n...' I IH.WI'I I 2flsr ) Deep & Shallow fire HomeownersLIFE
Watson's House of MUST SACRIFICE E. Laura -
League for girls ag& 12 to 16. MRS. PEGGY SHALLER
A meeting will be held at the I 14 Each word over IB __ .07 209 E. Adklni St. Water Softeners & Vacuums 712 N. Main Gainesville & ACCIDENT St. 2 bedrooms. concrete

Recreation Department (Old Greetings. friends. I am Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired Expert Service 376-7110. tfchg Keystone Height nS4192I block. Low down payment balance -

Armory) Monday! afternoon sorry to have had no news last paid In advance ____ .35 Upholstered & Refinished All Makes' DIE? YOU KNOW lt'3 easy: to $50 per month.

May 5. to organize the league. week but we went to Bonifay MATTRESSES REBUILT Plumbing Servlc. !:"Own. Longchamp Home? I I MEN WANTED Men cottage 964-6464 BILL POWELL. Broker

If you are Interested in play- to my gradnmother Chitty's 83 Memorials, Resolution Starke Agent Phone 964-7061 Better built for F,r.1a liv- parents age over 21. Starting

Ing please attend this meetingat birthday dinner. We left home HASTINGS MATTRESS DURRANCE ing You: plan or our. I pay $295 month, promotion opportunities ZIG ZAG FOR 14)

5 p.m. May' 5. Friday Tallahassee and spent with the aunt night and in 'I cents per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO.selections Your lot or ours. Contact: Bu- and regular increases SEWING MACHINE: Guaranteed -

my ford Mitchell In 8 hour !5 : Does everything! makes
uncle Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 710 Lemon St. PaUtfcaMARY phone C64- pay. day.
Baseball League For Boys 13.17 Chitty. CARDS OF THANKS I 6853. P. O. Box 238. Starke. day week sick leave vacations buttonholes sews on buttons.
Saturday we visited the .
INSURANCE tr.. .. state retirement.! If Interested Zlg-Zags. makes designs etc.
The Starke Recreation Department B. V. Buchanans in West Bay 50 word or less .___ 3.COEach AT REDUCED Si'w I
for lunch please apply In person Personnel Pay balance $43 at $8 per
will offer a Baseball Pro- and went on to visit ,
Mr.\ word 50 Manager. Sunland Training Cen- month. Phone COLLECT Jack
and Mrs. Ed Strickland and over .07
gram for boys 13
ter. GalMivllle. Pta sonville 353-1945 night or day.
family in De Funlak and then
17. Boys will be separated !into
2 on to Boniday to spend the night OFFICIAL INSURANCE I I An equal opportunity employer. Will deliver no obligation. A-I
age groups or leagues. One

league will be made up of boys Around with Fate 80 and members Clara Chitty.of the INSPECTION STATION CARPPAINTS A ,i _ Sewing Center. 1603 Main 4t char St. 5-1

ages 13 & 14, the other. league Chitty family gathered 10 cele- Open Dally 8 A.M.5:30: P. M. BAIRD MOORE BOAT TOR : ED WAINWRIGHT
will be for boys Except Saturday 8-12 Noon
ages 15, 16 & AGENCY
brate Grandma's birthday. YOUR MONEY WOODROW BOZEMAN
17. Before further plans can be Mobile
Starke Ph.
made It I 664-5701
will be to
necessary When home found
we got we
Heights NEW and USED Insurance NeedsSpecializing 135 N. TEMPLE. STARKE
determine the
number of
boys that some MLa had poisoned -
Truck load discount
..of the ages mentioned above my dog Honey and killed him. Telephone 473-446S 102 K. Hri-vvnli-v! St. S-10-12': Wide prices in PHONE M4-S8IZ
Hunter Fishing Boats Ca- Mobile 4tp 5-1
-- by Home Insurance .
Interested in :playing. If enough The Vet said that there was FOR RENT: TV sets baby. food UuaitvReuonahlv .

Interest is shown we may be- no chance that It was accidental beds elec. guitars amplifiers, NEW Priced I ccl Craft 12' 14' $189.00! up. I II I Ph. Starke 964-6818

come: affiliated l with a National he was' too full of poison. refrigerators: day or week. DA- (:"I"e.wll1. .? CONSOLE MODEL STEREO
would ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. LIKE NEW: Automatic record
Organization in order to com Only someone half crazy HMER'S 964-7923. I
pete in tournament play leading kill anyone's. pet, especially tf-chg Serviced Guaranteed I File Folder., complete line office changer, multi-speed. Balanceof

towards a World Series. as nice as Honey. So I wantto IF WE DON'T' HAVE IT DoItYourselfSEAMLESS i Delivered In Starke Relief Cook. Good iupplle. -The Telegraph $68. or assume $8 per month

All Boys interested in playing warn all of you pet loversto we'll get it for you. Office NO EXTRA COST! I good working condo! Phone 964.6305. payments. Phone COLLECT

must attend the meeting at the watch out for your pets while Supplies. Furniture, Equip- I'S! 441 N. 4502 NW : : Apply Longhorn Restau Jacksonville 3531946..night or
WANTED Used Wrlner-Waeh-
they are out. 301 South. tfchg : day. Will
ment. deliver
Recreation Department (Old Bradford County Gainesville 37S-278S no obligation. -
er. Will pay cash or take in
A-l Music Center
Armory) on Monday evening' Telegraph. ROOMS for rent by 1808
While we were on our trip trade on anything. DAHMER'S. Main St. 4t
May 5, at 7:30: F.M.Women's ql3vT.' Very lowest: rates. Under. ehg 5-1
they had to put Aunt Teenie in SEWING MACHINE CIH.ned FLOORING \'JnNF. 'I I 9647923. tf-cltg
the hospital Alachua General. oiled and adjusted In your Lqu'e.t from Motel. 964-6985. tfchg :I I

Softball Tuesday my aunt Corine was home 93.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs ti ch'n.e. Ph fl. Necchl. ,,1 WILL BUY: Used Appliances.! S. & J. MOBILE
Meeting Set out there also. Thursday we also. All work guaranteed New Home. & Universal. Furniture TV's. Stereos, anything !

Monday April 28 went down'to Wililston to'see Dermis E. Coggtiu. Phone 431- WE MAKE REPAIR ALL MAKES. I of value. DAHMER'S..,
The Rancher HOME SALES
Uncle 1428. I
Sullivan who tfehg
An National
organizational meeting to Sewing LAWN MOWER Repair Service -
had been in the hospital for I
form the 1969 :Women Slow three weeks. When we came KEYS Machne Co. Inc. for all type mowers. NAPA 2 Beds nom Homes
Pitch Softball .
League will beheld parts. O'Neals Shell Station.
back to Alachua
at the Recreation. Department visit the sick we found General another to iller BrownVolkswagen I (;Ill W. University Ave. : Near Livestock Market I 433 E. Madison St. 4tp 4-24: From $3,995

(Old Armory) Monday uncle Johnny Ellis Sr. had I Galn"qvlll.. GainesvilleVaccinate

evening April 28. at 7:30: p.m. been admitted. Thursday night MEN WANTED Laundry I' Now For: FOR SALE 1966 Honda S-90. Easy Terms -

Any sponsor and-or team man. Uncle James and Uncle Johnny > Worker Kitchen aids. laborers -II No.( 900 Retirement Spec Horses Sleeping Sick I Excellent condition. For( Wore

ager planning to participate in both died after long Illnesses. cottage parents watch- Frame bungalow 5 Cattle Blackleg mation call 964-5723. tcJig 4-24 .IO5 N. W. 13th: St.

this year's league should be represented My father went to Bonifay for nan, cooks and clerks ground- bAth. porch Newlv :.Mai. Edema I Phone 3760820GAINESVILLE

at this meeting. .Any Uncle Johnny's funeral and keeper, truck driver. Five Nice> fenced lot. Just $8.000.

'Women who are not members Mother, Grandmother and I went day week. eight hour day. Drenches & Vaccines I FLA.

of a team and desire to play to Williston for Uncle Jame'sservices. !New\ & Used CUte retirement. vacations. No. 803 Cattle Ranch. 80 Lowest Prices
Sales Service close in. Rustic home
this year are urged to attend l 'WI sick leave. If Interested please -
apply in ern kitchen pecans and Eunice Nursery
person Personnel
1 !Ml. North of Tire Mall Manager. Sunland l Training $35.500. Terms. | RENT -Furnished mobile Annuals, nice roses. Azaleas S

GAINESVILLEFOR Center Oilnesvllle Fla. Strout Realty I good location. 337 N. for $1.00 in containers. Blueberries -

An equal opportunity employ. Reg. Broker St. Gladys Harrington. good selection of ornamental -
BILL POWELLof er. 2117 N. Temple Ave. I tfchg shrubs 2 miles N. Lavtcy. on

IL SALE Concrete blockhouse I tfchg Starke. ria. 301. turn at sign.: Phone 7833463. -
Ph. 964-6609 SALE-Deep lot.( 117 foot .
; 3 bedroom. 1 bath, cen- SEVERAL GOOD 301 North of
USED Starke.
tS% tral heat & alr<>and1t1onlng. Corner '
f\\ lot. Phone 964-5367. tfehsr I Ing Machines for sale elec driveways, near: motels.: Four Bedroom :9 Bath. Central I Clean 2 bedroom
tries; subtraction, credit bal- I potential. Phone 904-6240)' ) furnished home on E Weldon
Heat and Air. Two Story Brick
Nationwide Insurance -- '. FOR SALE LOTS Sampson anca. Bradford County Telegraph 721-3567 Jacksonvl: across from 9th hole at Country St. Call 964-7582 or 511 N.
Church St.
Lake. 50ft. frontage $2.000. call tf I Muhg 4-221 Club. Fish Pond and other Interesting I It

Jim Rowe 1-305-322-2948, San- FOR I' I features. Call 91>&.7978 FOR SALE Comfortable 3
Says SALE-BRICK HOUSE Puppiea. Frank Gomes.
: ford. 6tp 5-8 : [ for appointment in gee. bedroom concrete block house.
I ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom -' 2)20!) Waldo Road 782-3070. Lawtn_ tfchg I
: 2 I II Nice Neighborhood./ 3 blocks
FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bed- bath. Located just Gatne vl'le 376-0691 BLACK BERRIES cultivated

"Women Less Than Men room trailer just outside city 'I outside Pinebreeze.of city limits in Authorized Dealer Exrer'enced to $100.00' : per or week Inexperi-,1 to : Start ripening approximately W.from Call.school N. B.and Rccter.shopping.2teh&671 5-1

Pay llmlta. Call 9646114. J. B. White. I terms. Longchamp Easy monthly' 'I' "Starcr ft" "Dreamer" I : 3aKman wanted In Star. ,' April 20. C. J. Terrell south of I
Const Co. Waldo on 301 H ml. from FURNITURE Refinishing
tfehs I' Contact 'Wheel Camper" ..:ea. Excellent. .pp->rtunity j up-
'I Bifoid Mltc'fl-.U: ) I' Schenk's, Lounge follow signs. bolstering cabinetwork, .
Travel Trailers > Truck 'SCampers : Hive nc"ment. (cr.ll! Friday antiques
For WAITRESS WANTED pone 964-6853 P O. Bo
Insurance" Exper Phone 468-1483 after 6 restored! to their origl.
Fold Downs | a m. (I'> b
338 StarkeFTJRMISHEO .. p.m. Ocala. p.m.4t
Apply Longhorn Restaurant I tfh
5-8 nal beauty. Call C. E.
II Jackson.
301 South. tfchg SALES & SERVICE ; -r dj-.lng week after 5 629-//. I 1313 Madison St.. Starke. Phone
garage apart- REDUCE safe and fast with Go.
NATIONWIDE Insurance rates for women are substantially I ment on Kingsley Lake for I FOR SALE Azalea I I B3se: tablets and E-Vap "water 964-53TO. tfchg
STARLING rent. Nice for SA'E 7 room ((3 bed-
couple or bach- 1 rant and 5 'ncomplete pills.: Andrewa Pharmacy. FOR SALE 1955 Ford Pickuptruck
lower than for men. Why? Because women elor. Phone 533-2301 m'' l h u.o. la raw warehouse/ I
_tfclu I Also 3 1-2 acres :an 301 3 lots at 715% N. Walnut lOt!, 6-26 in good condition. Phone
live longer. Ask about retirement and TKII'LE FARM SUPPLY !! FOR RENT-One 4 room furnished No reasonable offer refu? 964-5886 for !Information. I'M LOOKING FOR A 964-6327. Up

Ph-ne 964-6985. ,'
benefit features. Call today. 225 E. Andrews one apartment. 2tchg 5-1 PARTICULAR TYPE MAN STRAWBERRIES You Pick

Utilities furnl hed. Phone 964-) FOR RENT In Starke. ,. i ''I I I One who will take an active them. 25s qt. Bring own contain.

Phone 964-6067 6852. tfc1! 3 bednviu home. Desirable Btjl.iners kit in. ,t Interest in my business as a er. State Rd. IS. 2tt. miles cast
: :
BILL POWELL quality tools brashes. regional: He should be of Starke. J. R. WalnwrlghtFarm
Lower Prices House for sale Park of the .I cation. Also apartments. W. nre. manager.
jaint, firing. Free I
Nollman well known in his community tfehg
964-6464 0. Vaccinate I Heights. Large i : :- : C.
Phone Now For: I $4.00. teilo 964. I
married, mature and a resident
living room, !,
dinning ,
room 2
401 W. Madison St. To Settle an Estate itchg Lake Front Properties
Horses Sleeping Sick bedrooms 1 1.2 baths. Florida for at least 5 years. His earn
Fla. i! Aponximnely 15 acres of :I and
Starke 'Ii ings will be approximately $1000 Acreages large small
ness Cattle Rlackleg room large screened porch: and UP PAYMENTS: 1967 _
w.thln: :' one mil of Starke.
to $1400 month. depending
The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side Drenches & Vaccines i and patio. Central air conditioning site for ore or more ntel': Family Final 2 bed- 'I upon his ability.per Send resume to Trailer Lots
heat. On
paved road. no homes.! A. J. Thomas. R m. front kitchen. 12x56. i: Homes BusinessesS.
; I ,
North Atlantic Corp.. P. O. Box
Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co. assessments low taxes access j I''Tel. 954570i.KINGSLEY SI .600 Hal been paid on this .
Nationwide Life Insurance Co. ADDING MACHINES: Manual to Lake Brooklyn and many i I Make 2 payments and ;': 20334. Orlando Fla. 32804. E. McKay

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. or electric. For sale or other prlvllei Landscaped lot LAKE cottage in. Bonanza Mobile I'I 2tp 5-1
rent. Add. subtract& credit
Home Office: Columbus Ohio ance.Bradford bal' with bearing fruit trees. Reason. renting by week or month \ > 4431:! N.W. 13th St., FOR RENT 1 bedroom fur. Realtor Appraisal Service
Tele. '
County ably priced. Call 473-4633. July 12 thru Sept. Call \ P.-or". 3724286. inUhed house 306 S. Water St.liclig.

graph. Ztohg 5.11 Graham 9645093. 2tchg j' 4tohg 5-15 I I I Keystone Hts. 4734816u'

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