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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I Pair Arrested In Bank Robbery 1 CUBB Board




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Arlene Masters days after the robbery.A April 3. Police believe that eral!
Manning and< H.'E. (Gene)-Mannrg, two suspects It was Manning, 35, and Ruls, is a maximum\ sentence of 20

in the Key s ton Bank rob third suspect, John David 18, who wont Into the bank shortly years, and It is the same for the Mannings and Ruls had Hits.i

bery, were taken Into custody Troglen, was arrested April 5 after It opened and, at gun- principal as those who actually lived in or around Starke fora Report
by FBI agents Wednesday afternoon In Salisburg. N. C. wherehe point, collected the money (l's commit the crime. immour 01 years. 'iroglen)

In Portland, Oregon, according was arraigned. Bond was 5's, 10's and 20's) In a shop- has been "in and out" Starke

to Clay Co. Sherriff set at $50,000. The fourth ping bag.It Manning and Ruts made their in recent years although his last

Jennings Murrhee. suspect, Lester Wayne (Buddy) immediate escape from the bank known address was California.
Ruls Is still at large. Is believed that Mrs. Man- in a 1964 Dodge stolen the

Arrest of these two suspects ning waited In a car for them night before from J. E. Hardy All of the suspects have rec-
came 27 days after the crime The $25,000 robbery of the and she Is charged with being Auto Sales, Starke. Officers ords of past offenses, including By OEO TeamNew

was committed. The first ar- Keystone State Bank occurreda a "principal" (accessory)to the believe that the four then fled theft, forgery and larceny of
>st In the case came Just two little after 9 a.m. Thursday, rottwry. Conviction on a fed- the Keystone area in a four automobiles.


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BRADFORD s''.. Bill Agency

C O j Would Cut

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/ rtrgrap4 County Health FundsLetters IneffectiveA




: :: The Sweetest will be sent to Brad- Bradford's state contribution
This SIde :;:;:;:: ford County's; state legislative from $27,530 to $9,211, he said. critical report by a

{" Strawberries delegation urging defeat ofa Clay County; would lost $24, team from the Office of
Vol. 90 STARKE, FLORIDA Uc of Heaven 1 1 1 bill Introduced by a Miami 564 and Union $7,962. Economic Opportunity in

legislator to allocate state and The bill, which would become Atlanta

No. .16 Thursday, May 1, 1969 COpy ::::;;;: federal funds to counties on effective July 1, 1969, states In Monday night brought from protest CUBE
a per captia basis. part:

1 t i ::iii::::iiiiiiimmmiliiiliiiiiiii::::::::::: :: !:;::::::: :! iiiiiii;;!iiiii;; ;iifi@f111iliii::: ;;; ; :ii L* i, ilii\ {=i: :i 4 ::]. =l. $; =:; :i* :.111Lt i.;i mmim11mI11111lilil::;; : : ; ;;1i.m11; ii;;; 11111 111i1 11m1 1111 111i1; 11 l x. .. Introduced The bill,by HB-720 Rep.Kershaw ana SB-601 and state"All for funds distribution appropriated to county by the; members Economic at Agency a meeting board in

.. ...._ ,- ... Sen. Poston, would cost small health units and all federal the Bradford County
r- l' ',r"k'. :;<"" -, .-,,,,, counties funds received
'.,,' t r I !and middle sized by the state courthouse.The .
"'4t' .. J money. According to figures for such purposes shall be dis-

1 from State Health Officer Will- tributed to county; health unitson evaluation was writtenby

t- lam T. Sowder, MD, 57 a per capita distribution of a four-man team sent to(

counties would lose money on the total population of the stateas the CUBB (
area Clay Union.
.._, a per capita basis and 10 would estimated by the bureau of Bradford and Baker Counties)
.
vital statistics for the In
Bradford year for three days In February,
County; would lose question. Provided, however, "I
was never called, but it
that this
$18,319 if'the bill Is made Into requirement shall not (the
\ report) sums up theboard's
apply to
.' law, Dr. A. Y. special project grantsor
Covington, chief donations form feelings In no uncertain
health officer for Bradford, any privateor terms" onboard member

Clay, and Union Counties, told public source." said. "I think a lot of gossip!
the County; Commission Wednesday In a letter to all members
taken
was! Into consideration.I .
4f of the Florida Legislature, Dr.
morning It would cut Sowder states: resent the fact that I was

"The present formula used! by classified .as"not knowing whatI
was doing.
Hospital the State Board of Health is In one of Its hard-hittlnor! criticisms -
frankly favorable to the smaller the evaluation team

-.....,... .. and poorer counties. We said: "In the crucial area of
believe that In the case of all .
setting: goals and objectives,
the counties, the aid available
Chief program planning, and developing
-
E X under the present formula is
FURNITURE STORE PROPEB resources for a coordinated
a I DM AU BUILDINO DON
R. MC the minumum needed for survival -
and effective work. The attack on poverty, the board \Is


Madison Street Complex- Proposed- ResignsE. ned State its years Board earlier ago oC health tormina to the: m effect several <*fl- ineffective.lack to what of clear The community causes understandingas : : Includea action


that any increase in funds available really Is. techniques to achieveit
S. G. Denmark has unveiled -- of ). Denmark said he
and
picture divisions
between too
of and "We thought that by dropping but we dtfrTt! F. Saunders administrator for distribution over the
plans the probable would like to begin the build- always! have the Agency and Accountant Nell races."
the building back, we'd have to of the minimum allotted at that time,
the possible. Architect's draw- Ing in May and have it ready money go along with the Tucker. Bradford County;
Ing shows how the uenmarK for in the Fall. Pro- fewer tenants but would be able plans" Denmark commented.He If Denmark decides to pro- Hospital for the past 20 mon- would be on a per capita basis." When Board President! Prank-

complex would look on Mad- bable occupancy tenants are Dr.J.E. Den- to give them better parking and said he expects to makea ceed with the plans for the furn- ths, has resigned. lin Keller remarked, that per-

ison Street. Estimated cost mark, Dr. Wayne Whlffen and the tenants" would be more sat- final decision on this por- iture store, he said some work, Wednesday, April 30, was the Dr. Covington told the Con, haps the report'was Intended

of the whole project is $100, the firm of Thomas and Pierce. -isfied. tion of the complex by the such as redecorating, will be final day on the job for the ad- mission Wednesday the bill 1 as constructive criticism a
000. Estimated cost of this building As for the remodeling and first of the year. Estimated done on the building to the ministrator. Saunders submitted would be a serious blow to small member replied! "I don't even
Plans are nearing completionfor is $50.000 to $70.000. expansion (add 2.000 to 2.ROO cost Is $30,000.The his resignation last week counties such as Bradford, think it was adverse criticism.

the 4,500 to 5,000 square Denmark pointed out that feet) of the furniture store, that building in the left of left.Achltectural firm is Don and set Wednesday as his final Clay] and Union because they I think It was Just conclus
foot is still just in the possible stage. the picture houses Andrew's day on the job. have been ions."
professional building(right there will be ample parking. Morgan and Associates of scraping to get along
.--. ---- "we.always have plenty; of plans Washateria, Wall Insurance Orange Park. George Shuford, Chairmanof for years because there has Of the 18 board members present
te hospital's Board of Trustees been no substantial Increase Monday night six had

Berries said George Canova, accountant in state funds. Covington said talked with a member of the!

Phone BicycleRider In charge of Medicareat the state has raised salariesof team although one said she had
Rates the hospital, will act
as
Again administrator until health unit employees with- only a five minute conversationwith
a
new man
out the
even appropriating fundsto evaluator and hardly
can be found for the position.
Continue Saunders cited personal cover the state's part of the considered th's an interview.Due .
increase. to Its length. The Tele-
reasons for the resignation.

KilledCharles He his plans said Wednesday afternoon Under Rep. Kershaw's pro- report graph will In two treat the parts evaluation, dealing'
are Indefinite but he
DeclineVolume Set For posed bill Broward first with
DiscussionAnother "will take a much needed rest County; comments concern-
would
HOdge 32, of Starke after 40 years In this business gain $149,513, Dade would the board and C&A (conduct
became Bradford County's first ." gain 174. $295, 798, and Duval $109, and adm'n'stratlon! '! ). Another

of strawberries traffic fatality of 1969 when the Saunders said he will be In In its article will discuss comments
-- only other action
across the Starke State Farm- attempt will l be made Starke concerning the Neighborhood
for
tercompany relationships and a subsidiary. bicycle he was riding was another month. Wednesday the County Commission
er's Market dropped to about to have the City Council pa" inter-company profits of The It is possible, Tucker con struck by a pick-up truck at "Another thing is I've been authorized a call; for bids- Service Center, which were gen

7,000 flats during the past a resolution protesting a rate Continental System of which tends. that costs of equipment. 7:20: p.m. Saturday. in this thing for 20 months now on $37,906 of furniture for the erally more favorable than the

week, April 23-29, as the sea- increase for the Florida State Florida State Telephone Co. is (Continued Hodge was killed when the with no vacation," he added. new courthouse. other sections.In .
Page
on Four)
son contlneue to decline.A Telephone Company, Councilman -
truck driven by James Henry !general!, the report criticized
of 19,282 flats was Neil Tucker has stated.
total
for the previous week Tucker and Councilman Jim- (Candy) Dennis of Starke, ran H poor communications on all
reported ,
Bibionids 'Love -I n' into the rear of the bicycle. r i levels lack of knowledge by the
April 16-23, and over 25,000the my McRae voted for such a re
Trooper Carson board
week before that. solution two weeks ago but Turlington, members and the Execu-
homicide investigator, said he tive Director of the problemsof
Today, Thursday, was to be Councilman One Wiggins, Ger-
the final of the official does not plan to file any charges the poor, and the fact that
day ald Williams, and P. T. Noun ...
in connection with the acci % = the board Is not sufficiently
auction this year, accord. defeated the protest move 32. Expected This Mouth r r.aJ"
ing to Market Manger Bob Allen. But NoUn stated that night he dent.The Involved In the over-all pro-
- -- accident occured Just outside
gram.
He said the volume through the might be willing to protest the
auction was only 55 flats Wed- the city limits of Starke The report was made "in accordance
increase if it
appeared unneeded -
nesday. Another invalons of "love have plagued motorists, and oh State Road 100 south. with Congressional,:

Prices flucuated in the auction or unreasonable. bugs" Is expected early In May, Hetrick has asked the Florida According to the investigating requirements and OEO regulations -

during the past week with Nolin, Tucker and City Attorney a University; of Florida entomologist Highway Patrol to help deter- officer, Trooper J. C. Cone, that all community action

2,706 flats averaging $2.94. George Pierce attended the warned this week. mine how widespread the love both vehicles were traveling agencies will receive; annual

Prices were up to $3.77 April public hearing before the Flor Because the males and females bug invasion becomes. north and the bicycle did not w ,a (r s on-slte! evaluation. "The entire

23 but dropped Saturday to a ida Public Utilities commissionin fly around In pairs, "We need to know more about have any lights on. .. 4. w Intent Is positive and construc-
they're sometimes called the infestation It develops.It's .
low of$2.09.Allen Bonifay last Thursday. After as Trooper Turlington said the tive," the report stated.
said buyers will remainat two public hearings of the rate honeymoon flies. Their main possible the insects may truck traveled 268 feet after In regard to C&A, the team
Interest In life seems to be occur as far north as the state
the market ber-
as long as hike NoUn has indicated he hitting the bicycle and that said:
mating, and they emerge twicea line, east to the Atlantic Ocean,
ries contine to arrrive in
any Hodge Staffing! ". field workers -
died
may change his previous posi- apparently at or :
year, in May and September. south to Interstate 4, and westto
quantity. There are still quite tion. He has said the 40 per Their honeymoon flights Taylor and Madison soon after the Impact. Speedof except for the one serving

cent rate hike request Is too the truck was estimatedat as a Center (Neighborhood Ser
[Continued from Pace Four] usually last from three to four counties, he said. '
much. weeks, or long enough to become Love bugs are scavengers of about 55 m ih. s' vice Center) Director are not
Councilman! Tucker said upon a real nuisance to all sorts of decaying begeta- Hodge was employed by' being utilized to meet the potential -

returning from the Bonifay motorists and windshield wip- lion, and, belelve it or not, Starke's Sanitation Departmentand of this p-jsition ," inadequate .

Bradford County hearing that Utilities Commission ing service station attendants, they are useful because they Is survived by a sister, training! and orientation

LIBRARYBuilding Attorney Louis Petteway says Dr. L. A. Hetrick, entomologist help convert decaying materialInto three brothers and a grand and a lack of decisive

Indicated to the Starke contingent with the University's; soil components. They mother. DeWitt C. Jones who stoked the wood fires to furnish steam leadership and direction; may

Fund present there that he does Institute of Food and Agricul- don't bite or sting either,whichis for the original power plant around the turn of the century account for this. Otherwise,
want a resolution protesting: the tural Sciences. probably the only good thing looks the central staffing appears ade-
over new 1,750 KW Worthington generator. Jones
SponsoringROAD rate hike from the city. Tucker This year will be the fourth about them."They're. Old Coca-Cola waidefeated quate in view of the limited ser-
stated that he will again move consecutive year these bugs as a councilman In 1923 when he helped pass bonds to vices being provided and goats

BLOCK: that the Council adopt a resolution best known for the finance chancing the power plant from direct to alternating current contemplated by this agency.!: "

ooDoslng any increase. big splash they make on car and provide 24 hour service.
Saturday. May 3 Pair Faces radiators windshields. Un- Plant SoldSale Administrative Manage-

10 Till 2 Public Utilities CommissionerBilly less they are washing off before Rep. Shaw Praises ment: "In view of the size of
this agency (this year's bUdget
Mayo, who chaired the dying on the glass, you
ALSOBAKE hearings here and in Bonifay! B&EChargesA may have to send your car to of the old<< Coca-Cola' Is $110.000)), !it t should be able
in the cleaners. Love bugs can plant at 140 South Thompson to develop a well-defined adminIstrative .
announced last Thursday Lawtey teenager and a Mld- also clog radiator grills, caus- Street last week has been an- system and delineation ,
SALEIn the phone company Power PlantPresent
Bonifay dleburg man face chargesof ing them to overheat. Some nounced by Mark Jackson City of responsibilities.: However, a
will have 30 days to come up
Front OfWinnDixie two counts of breaking and car wash prices go up during Chamber of Commerce board great deal of ambiguity exists
with answers put to phone company entering with intent to commit
toe bug season because It member. which affects smooth operation
officials by Petteway. petit larceny. takes an extra effort to cleana Several hundred and staff morale."
10 Till 2 /The 14.000 square foot building persons
beheld for the dedication
will probably of
That hearing
According to an affadavlt car that has been bugged," was sold by W. T. Jackson, toured Starke's newly expanded the new addition -"Records are in a state of
Tallahassee.Tucker was former
In signed by Deputy Glenn A. he said. contractor and firm head, to power plant last weekend City; Councilman and disarray, partly the result of
Mayor De-
that Mayo an-
Thin' Space Contributed said Moore on April 12, Larry Charles Vaughn. 2662 West during an open house after the Witt C. Jones who a recent audit. Much of the ,
nounced that the outset of the Dr. Hetrick Installing helped stoke
Wayne King and Robert Reid suggests facility; had been dedicated Sat-
the disorder Is the result of previousmanagement
Weekly to Publicize Beaver Street Jacksonville. old wood
Bonifay hearing that phone com- Knight broke into Homes Restaurant a piece of ordinary window urday morning. burning steam
Community Events by pany testimony taken in Starke and took $15 In cash- screen in front of the car rad- Price of the sale was $14,000, In addressing a crowd of about engines In the orurinal Plant and drastic pro-
around the gram changes. The
tax turn of the recently
to
rehashed that iator to catch the Also according documentary 50 centurY.
would not be and into the Hideout in Law bugs. persons Saturday morning
The Community there would be no cross exam- tey and took 13 cases of beer drive at slower speeds when encountering stamps affixed to the deed filed at the dedication, Rep. Gene Still a strong supporter of the hired secretary -bookkeeper is
city owned valiantly attempting to createan
In the Bradford County Court ; power plant, Jones
ination of phone company witnesses and $6.75 in change. a swarm of the insects Shaw touted city; officials who
State Bank house. said it's worth paying a little orderly system
last Thursday. Further have worked to make the 72-
King, the 18
year old son Although there Is According to Jackson the new more for power "just to be There Is a large amountof
no year-old
questioning of the phone company of Mr. and Mrs. practical electric plant what it "
Accounts now Insured ) representatives will probably of Lloyd King way to control them, love bugsor owner is a furniture manufac- Is today. Independent. equipment. most of which

up to $15,000 by be done In the next hear- property Lawtey bonds, has for $2.500 posted two Bibionids ("Plecla nearctica" turer who plans to move his "Many people's hearts and Gordon Friday electrical engineer was precipitously purchased by

Federal Deposit Insurance each. is their scientific name* plant to Starke. souls have gone Into this great for Reynolds, Smith and the previous executive directorto

ing.Questions to which the Publics Knight 23. of Middleburg. do have their own natural enemies The firm makes occasional plant," Shaw said, "I think Hills who planned the addition use unexpended funds which
Corp. Is
in jail in "
Green Cove :TIonp tables gave visitors guided tours has not been inventoried recently -
Utilities Commission is search- parasites, preadtors and headboards for beds many people don't understand
Ing for answers concern the !in charges.awaiting the outcome of other ceases, and service station at- Jackson said, an employs ap what they have we're proud through the plant. Priday said or its use determined"

tendants. proximately 15 people. of It." (Continued on Pace Four) (Continued: on Pap Four)



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L .: 1:-tJfpC Observes Ann: Triest To Wed(
I Eti t 0'I

4i Southern Memorial Day Ronny WhisenantMrs. This Is No

: Thomas Triest and the
Southern! Memorial Day observance late Mr. Triest of Keystone
w was held Sunday after- Heights announce the engage-
noon at 4 o'clock at Crosby ment and approaching marriage BULLoney !
Lake Cemetery with the W. T. of their daughter, Ann,
: Weeks Chapter UDC. to Ronny Whlsenant. son of Mr.
i Following the Invocation by '4 y and Mrs. C. A. Whlsenant also
Jt
the Rev. Denton Sumrall pastorof of Keystone Heights.
the Madison Street :Baptist The wedding will take place
Church and the Pledge of Alle- June 6 at 8 p.m. In Hope Baptist -
giance to the Flag, and salute Church Theressa.All .
to the Confederate nag led friends and relatives of
by Mrs. I>. G, Powell, presidentof the couple are Invited to attend.
., the local chapter, a wreath :: Ie
was placed at the foot of the UDC To Meet
Confederate monument In mem-

L ory Mrs.of Powell the Veterans.welcomed guests Alice Faye Prevatt W. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC,

to the services and presentedMrs. Becomes Bride will have a luncheon Meeting
j., F. J. Pellum. historian, at 12 noon Wednesday, May. w _
who had charge of the program Of Archie Crews 7, at Holiday Inn. Hostesses +a
'>> 'i :Mrs. Pellum introduced :Mr. will be Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs.
( Sumrall, guest speaker for the :Miss Alice Faye Prevatt H. L. Speer Mrs. O J. McGrlft
afternoon, and W. B McKinney, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. O.; Sr., and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins.
; ,, : who gave a viola program of F. Prevatt of Starke and Archie
: eacred music. Crews, son of Mrs. AnnIe M. -'
: Three charter members of the Crews and the late Mr. Crews R
i Ruby Davis Chapter of the of Lawtey were united tn mar
1 Children of the Confederacywere riage Thursday, April 17, at r
present for the observ- 7:30: p.m. In Smyrna Baptist
ance. They were Mrs. Lester Church. Rev. Prevatt. fatherof
Miss Diane Cox Weds Duane JordanIn Crews Mrs. E. L>. Matthews, the bride, performed the s3,
First Christian and Miss Elise Jones of Gaines nuptials.
Church CeremonyThe ville. Decorating the altar were ;iei,

baskets of white bridal flowers
First Christian Churchwas a tiered wedding cake encircled
against a background of a
the setting for the marriageof with yellow pompoms. At each '
Mss: Diane Cox daughterof end were branched candelabra branched candelabra and green

Mr and Mrs. Ray A. Cox, decorated with ivy. ery.Mrs. +
,
to Duane Jordan, son of Mr. The punch table was centered Myrtice Conway rendered r'X
and Mrs. Virgil M. Jordan, with a crystal punch bowl encircled nuptial music
on Fiiday March 21, at 7:30: with fern and yellow dRkL J. T. Padgett served as beat
pm. Charles Reese minister, pompoms.
performed the nuptials. :Miss Barbara Ellison greeted man.Miss Gloria Prevatt attended,
Centering the altar was a guests at the door and kept f her sister as maid of honor,
floor baslet: of white gladioli the bride's book. Miss Grace wearing a blue dress with white

and pom pours balanced: by two Fullwood cut the bride's cake. accessories.The ,' ,
pyramid candelabras with whitetapers After a wedding trip to Miami t bride wore a Navy blue
the couple will reside at 535 street length dress with white ...\; ,Y '
Ray Norman, pianist, played W. Madison Street. The bride lace bodice and white acces -
nuptial music. traveled In a two piece blue sories. Her veil was securedto Miss Dunagan
:B.lly Geiger served as best dress complemented with a yellow a white Illusion crown.A .
man and the ushers were Steve rose corsage. reception was held In the Mr. McMillanTo -
Cox and Jimmy Griffls. A church recreation hall. The ..
Miss Carol Geiger attended bride's table was covered witha Wed June 29 u 1-----: t
as maid of honor. She wore Bonnie Griffis three tiered wedding cake. -
a pink Chantilly lace floor Weds Mr. Padgett Miss! Carolyn Hodge cut the Rev. and Mrs. William Melvin -
and Dunagan of Canton, Ga.,for-
length gown and carried! one cake and Mrs. Prevatt
long stem yellow rose with satin In Smyrna Church Mrs. Crews presided at the merly of Starke, announce the
.
engagement of their danp.hto.Donna
streamers In her hair she worea punch bowl.
pink satin pill box. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper McKinneyJonesMr. The couple Is residing; In Mae, to Emory David
Misses Gwen Griffis! and Beth announce the marriage of Miss: Lawtey. Mr. Crews is employedat Mac MUllan, Jr., son Of Mr. ... -:::.. -

Jordan attended as bridesmaidsThey Bonnie Estelle Griffis, daughter and Mrs. Buford E. McKinney General Electric in Gaines and Mrs. Emory David Mc ':'I> ... -- ... ...
wore pink floor length of the late Collie and Eva of Starke announce the ville. Millan, Sr., of Ocllla, Ga. 4' ---
gowns and each carried one Griffis of Lawtey. to Charles engagement of their daughter Miss Dungan is a Junior at
:
long item yellow rose with Aaron Padgett, .son of the late Gloria to Terry Lee Jones. Patray-Brewer Shorter where she College Is Rome, Ga.,
matching streamers. In their Ben and Geneva Padgett of preparing for a
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
]hair they wore pink satin pillbox Clay Hill. H. Jones, of Martinsville Va. Engagement Told BM degree In'Music Educa- We Wouldn'tSTEER

hats. The ceremony was performedby Miss McKinney is attending tion.Mr.. Me Millan will
Debbie Hampton served as Rev. A. 0. Flynn at Smyrna Santa Fe Junior College, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Don in June with a BS degree graduate in
flower girl.Given Baptist; Church on April 18 at Mr. Jones Is a Junior at the Patray announce the approaching Business Administration from
in marriage by her 7:30: pm. University! of Florida, majoringIn marriage of their daughter; Pprrv Coll pen near Rome.
father the bride wore a floor Miss Janie Griffis served her physical education. Donna, to Gary Wayne Brewer, The wedding will take placeon l
length Chantilly! lace (12'0W11'llh sister as maid of honor, and' An August wedding Is plan son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brew. June 29 at Unity; Baptist > you wrong !
long tapered sleeves. Her elbow the bridesmaids were Miss Lou- ned. er of Lawtey. Church near Rome. All friendsof
length veil of Illusion was sec- vena! Crews and Miss Betty The ceremony will be performed the bride and groom are invited
need to a crown of pearls. She Padgett. Saturday, June 14 at to attena.
carried a cascade bouquetof \ Beta Sigma Phi 3:30: p.m. in the First Baptist'
white! miniature carnationsand Miss Nancy Gay, pianist, and Church Starke with a recep.. all aboutUMM&
ivy with satin streamers.Her Mrs. Muriel Gay. soloist, pro- Members of Beta tion In the recreation bu1ld1n,. First Federal
onlv ornament was a single vided nuptial music.A sorority Sigma Phi Pays
enjoyed a Tupperware
diamond necklace, a gift of the party Monday night In the Juniors To MeetThe '
groom.A reception was held at the Starke Recreation Center.
reception was held In the home of Mrs. Annie Mae Crews, Prizes were awarded to game Junior Woman's Club
chinch Fellowship Hall. The the bride's aunt, in Lawtey. winners during the evening, and will meet Monday, May 5, at BYNANCY'S 6 MONTHS
bride's table was covered witha The couple is residing on But- each member present 7:30: p.m. in the club house
was givena FLOWERS
lace cloth and centered with ler Road in Starke. string of pearls.r .. where given. annual reports will be' WISTERIAFew SAVING 25 *0PER

of us who have ever seen
I ANNUMON
CERTIFICATES.
Altar SocietySt. the lovely Wisteria Vine In full
bloom have failed ID: stop; and

Edward's Altar Society look upon the ON AMOUNTS OF
$5,000 OR MORE
!, will meet Wednesday, May 7, great cluster of
at 7:30: p.m. in the Parish Hall. bluish lavender
/{'- blossoms: in awe
and wonder.The .
SE/RVICE/ SCHEDULE ., cluster of
1 CATHOLIC ChurchesST. blossoms of theWlstela.

are one
EDWARD'S, Starke! V' to two feet long.
Sunday:: Mass 8 a.m. and One kind: of Wisteria
9:13: a.m. is said to have branches FormalOF O
Thursdayla58, 6:30 p.m. that reach out 300 feet from:>
Mleaculous Medal Novena: each side of the center. One
Saturday, 7 p.m. Wisteria is said to have covereda
thousand feet of wall space.
ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone Easy to grow, it must be given u
Heights deep soil and plenty of moisture ',jl
Sunday Mass, 9 a.m. -and plenty of room to climb.
Wetnesday Mass & Novena, Look around in your home,
7 p.m. .and see where a bright and colorful -
arrangement of flowers
ST. :MARY'S Macclenny:
would add beauty. We can fur
Sunday !Mass, 11:30: a.m. New Federal
nish lovely flowers anytime. Building



fill!1 Sunday, May 18th


,- Ski;. LET YOURSELF GLOW 2:00: TO 4:00 P.M.

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/i: ; ;i \ Inspired:: New Collection of File Your Application Now 1st Prize -, $100.00 Savings Account For

I Colorful Coordinates 2nd Prize --.- $50.00 Savings Account

FOR Two 3rd Pri7es $25 Savings Account All

/ FUTURE EMPLOYMENT EACH


FI'Li.-TiME OR PARTTIMEIN

Picture yourself in thee artful IOH'He. bras, girdle and lingerie match- ALL DEPARTMENTS: .- .

mate in a palette of color! Delicate under**'onder* to shape a form divine. ,

The bra a gentle, fiberfill contour to add a little, naturall '... looks just like SOCIAL SECURITY RECIPIENTS ..
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ACCEPTED I I 4il" JI
you only more so. A-B-C cup 54.50. The long leg pantie, a thigh-tapering 1 I .. '.''' .'-

slimmer with doubled and tripled Ljcra1 panels that gently smooth awaybulges. 1 J.ii ... ,;i'.X ;:- f
SOCIAL SECURITY RECIPIENT I''
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5. L-XL. $11.00. The lingerie, in softest nylon tricot edged lovingly APPLICATIONS WELCOME: \ f1J ..',I '

with lace. Shown here. the just-above-the-knee petticoat.** S-M-L, $4.00. -

Other lingerie iiiatcli-mate from $ .50. .. APPLY I IN PERSON


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Our Employees Know of This Ad. Savings and 101111S4


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Stump's Dept.
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Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hodge
had as weekend guests Miss
CP; Linda Wynn and Miss Donna
ile $ xox Vincent of Jacksonville.

+w Mrs. Ed Taylor of Orlando

and Mrs. Bob Neeld of Jack- I HEARD MOMMY AND ADDY SAy
sonville were guests of Mr. JC ': TNE.Y REALLY 'f 1REA' y0uy
Norman L. Ketcbte has accepted Mrs, Esma Yongue and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Anthonv Beat- and Mrs. T. L. Casey several 'fA t051EjvETTo.'. E$ c IHT H1E R16! Uib i
a position with the John Thelma Dean of Fairfield, and tie of Jacksonville spent the days last week.
Deere Corporation In Valdosta. Mrs. Kate Strickland of Ocala weekend with Mrs. Beatt1 's Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Spenglei
Ga. His resignation from GU were Saturday guests of Mr.and parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. and Mrs. William Spengler of
man Paper Co. will become Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Firth. St. Augustine spent the week- ir
effective the middle of May, Mrs. J. W. Klncald has returned Miss Lilian Stump will attend end with Maj. and Mrs. V.J. '
Due to this change the Ketchles from Riverside Hospital the graduation of her Spengler. CARS J SPEGI
will remain where she was under observation niece Miss Evelyn Thomson, DIVISIONICES
in
- Starke until Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng Ni Ip 6 _'
school. and treatment for from Orange Memorial Hospital d A
Js out In June. a have had as visitors Mrs. J. '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- week. School of Nursing In Orlando C. Vining Jr. and children of
em visited Mr. and Mrs. Les Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe Friday night. Palatka on Friday and Mr. : -
visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mrs. Alvin Farr underwent
lie Adams In Lake City; or and Mrs. J. C. Vining Sr. of
Sunday. Humphries In Lakeland over surgery Tuesday of last week Lakeland on Sunday afternoon.
WfINMM M.
Mrs. Gladys Weldon and Mrs. the weekend. in Alachua General Hospital. Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Miss
Peter Alogna and daughter were Mrs. Edwin Williams and Mrs. J. G. Jackson and Mrs.B. Annie Darby have had as guests
. in Bushnell mother Mrs. Roy Tomlinsor M. McRae visited Mrs.Fan
Sunday visiting Mr. Nelson Ritch and John Barrettof
and Mrs. Billy Weldon. attended the graduation of Mrs. at the hospital on Sunday. Hialeah over the weekend,
Mrs. Carolyn Fuqua, Mrs. Williams' son. Wayne Blaken- S/Sgt. and Mrs. Willard W. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jor- E
D. W. Whlffen Mrs.Bill Chambers ship from North Florida Junior Wynn returned. Fort Kenning dan of Oveida and Miss Jean s'J
Mrs. Judy Dukes, and College In Madison Tuesday Ga. after a ten day leaveat Le Gear of Winter Park on
Mrs. Dorothy Dykes of the night. home. Sunday and Monday.Mr. .
Junior Woman's Club attended Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rennex Rev. DeWitt Farabee attended and Mrs. E. G. Patz
.. the :Florida Federation attended the Independent Life the National Convocation of and family visited Mr.and Mrs.
Insurance convention at Holly-
Junior Woman's Club conven- Ole Lauritsen in New Port
Worship of the United Methodist
wood Beach from Wednesday to
tion at Miami Beach April 20- Church In St. Louis, Mo. Richey over the weekend.
Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward and
21.Miss last Monday to Thursday.
and Mrs. Mickey Dansbyof
Laura Scarbrough of Local Admittances to Brad- son George of Lake City and
Palatka has Gainesville were visiting Mr. DeWitt C. Jones and
been
admitted to daughter
ford County Hospital this week 1..J StI
and Mrs. R. O. Sun-
Dansby on
the Starke Nursing Home. Include: Mrs. Dorothy Moore, Miss Elise Jones of Gainesville -
Mr. and Mrs. Linton Taylorand day.Mr. Aubrey Moore Mrs.Emma M. were Sunday guests of
daughter of Jacksonvillewere and Mrs. Tom Epps have Harris, Alanson Cecil Ellis, Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr.

Merrit visiting Williams Mr.on Sunday.and Mrs. ments.rented one of the Renner apart Violet Mrs. Shirley Conner K.and Kersey Mrs., Mat-Mrs. Mr.N. Church and Mrs.Street Mack receiveda Jonesof IJ. .:i L &i.. =1 '.1 I 'J s I -

Lex Green entered the Mr. and Mrs George M. Ross tie Taylor, Starke; Mrs.Chris- telephone call from their
Gaiesville VA Hospital on Sun- of Macon. Ga. are visiting their tine Johns, Middleburg; Mrs. foster son, SN Donald J. Pack- U
day for observation and treat- .son-in-law and daughter Mr. Lois Smith, Lake Butler; Mrs. ham who Is stationed in Viet-
ment. and Mrs. Norman L. Ketchie. Elsie Hinsen, Keystone Heights; nam, saying that he had been
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ed- Winnie Shuford, Law- wounded in the leg, arm and
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Wynn and Mrs. V-8
back and confined in the Lib
wards Jr. and family have was HBi Ford
. gave a barbecue recently at tey.Mr. 1965
moved into their new home on their and Mrs. Keith Gilllng- Naval Hospital Guam.
cottage on Silver Lake 4 Door
Edward's Road. for ham and family of Jacksonville Mrs. W. E.Middleton and Chevrolet Impala
twenty-five guests. ,
Heater
Miss Madge Middleton visited 1966 Radio.
i 1 1 j1 1 1 1 v'rF:1 1 j 1 1j1 1 1j1 1 1 1 1 1j1 1 1 1 1mtm1-----.i jjt1..__1;.;.;.11mj1;0;0..:.mjjj:1j..::0.:.:.:.:;.:;:.;.:;.::.mmj..:.:..;;:.n.nnn01' ;:;:;:;:;::;:;:;::1-.:-;:..:' sand Mrs.the Guy weekend Sale. with Mr. Mrs. Mae Jones and Mrs. W. Automatic Steering, i and Brakes, $1395Hardtop. 1
D. Jones in Jacksonville last Power,
Mrs. Ben Peters of the Un- Conditioning:, .
Thursday. Air $1595 'ondilioningter. _
iversity of Florida was the Air (
weekend guest of Col. and Mrs.T. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Mor- Steering, Radio, Hea-
'hi power
xhore"i T. Long. rison of Indiananpolis Ind. will Pontiac Bonneville
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamil- arrive Friday for two weeks 1 1967

For Sizes ton Initiation attended of Beta the banquet Alpha and Phi visit Morrison.with Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1 968 Ford 4 Door Sedan it ardtrp' londedFordor $219 5

fraternity at the University of Mrs. Felix Sapp entered Extras: including; Air
38 to 44sweetlife ( Florida Tuesday night. Alachua General Hospital Mon- With
: Ricky Johns, son of Mr. and day for observation and treat- $1 595 l'ondiiioninM.;';
Mrs. Carl L. Johns will return ment. Automatic Tans.
\-R,
shirt Sin Cylinder
Friday after serving two Carl Thornton underwent eye Dodge Dart 6
.Y 1965
surgery last week in the Alachua
weeks as a page in the Legislature -
Durable While in Tallahasseehe General Hospital. Hard
stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jewell Noegel, Mrs. Rambler 2 Door as'Conditioning
Press Gene Shaw. J. D. Odom m, and Mrs. Gene 1966 .\ulomltic: $995
,
Mrs. Hazel Ritch and Mrs. the Pass weekend were in visiting Tallahassee Mr.over and Top, 6 Cylinder, Automatic $1295 1 'Ho, Healer, Air
4.00 Pearl Edwards visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Joyce. Radio heater 7.0110 l\1 Uieg
/1 Mrs. H. C. Koon In Mayo on Miss Phyllis Haddock of HighPoint Transmission
. Sunday. College, N.C. was home 1968 Chevrolet Impala
>' S/Sgt. and Mrs. Willard W. for the weekend. 2 Door
GTA
Wynn and Mrs. Wlllard Wynn Mrs. Pearl Colson of Green 1961 airlane .
Cove Springs and Mrs. Dora Ant
Y-R,
Sr. and daughter Sheila spent .I) l'a's.! $2995"power
of Gainesville :
several days last week in Beasley were Steerin power
Miami. last Friday visitors of Mrs. hard Top, Air Conditioning $1995'agcm: pc.wer Heater and
Aero Club took W. H. Hart, Mrs. Edith Chris- steering, V-RI.ess Ranio,
The Keystone e390s
lansen and Mrs. Ella Moody. Cndilionin
(
. part in a Fly-in Sunday to Mr. and Mrs.Max Furlong and Than 30,000 11r (
Horse Shoe Beach where they family of Tlfton Ga.were visiting 500 4'
Galaxie
2254
were NoUn Woodburn.guests of Mr.A steak and cook-Mrs. over Mr.the weekend.and Mrs. V. V. Hazen 1966 Bieck Electra 1964 Ford

out was held at noon. Enjoying Susan Hall of Gainesville Automatic,
h V-R. 5
the. E.affair Firth were Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and Mrs.R. Tony spent Monday and Tuesday with Door, Loaded With EquIP$219 5 poor) edan Steerin Air Corn!., $89
her grandparents.-Mr.and Mrs.
.- Beattie, and Mr. and Mrs. Stan M A. Baldwin Jr. ..- menta Real Nice Power
. ; Rising Mr. and Mrs. Fred < -- ------ '
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. James McNeelj 1'966al.Chrysler New Yorker
-"' Richardson and children. Mrs. and daughter of Lake City were Ford Calaxie l 500 4 Door 1
Tailored to flatter-our care-never shirt of Nancy Gunter, Judge T. A. visiting Mrs. McNeely's par- 1964
Yawn, May and E. M. Padgett, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert .added
65% Dacron polyester 35% cotton. Collar of James Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, over the weekend.Lt. Sedan, V.R, m Transaro $195 1 nr liard 'p. Air $2095
many moods, in a freshet of new colors. Thomas Tyer and son Mr. Marcia KIdd::! of Fort Walton and lIeater. With Extras. including
and Mrs. Carl Hagglund, Bob Beach spent the first of the mission, It ionin .
Lappe, Mary Lappe, and Mr. week with her uncle and aunt, (ComHt
- and Mrs. Bo Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Sr. Belair 6-Cy1.
Airman Steve Tllley of the Mrs. Vergie Flynn and Mrs. PontiacCatalira Door 1968 Chevrolet
I& Air Force Academy Colorado 1967
Louise Bell attended the Teach- !
&avv "qje"f/ane) Springs, is home on nine days ers Training session at the T Steering.Itadio '
leave. East University Church of Sedan, V-S, Automatic $2095 Aulrmalic, Power $2295
Palatka Mrs. R.on M.Saturday JUcharde visiting was in Christ last Saturday In Gaines- mission. Power Steering. Air Lester Less than

ilimj}: 1i; 1.tl.m m i1; i i ilE1j!! :::1:1111:[[ 1 1m11m1j11t; j111.1.:;1:;11;;:;1;;;;;11;;;1tj; jH11.1.1[[mj1[.;1': Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck and ville.Mrs. Donald W. Thorntonwasin Conditlonin z.ooo 1I1.',

family.Dr.. .and Mrs. H. H. Adams her Norfolk.husband Va.who Tuesday has tomeet returned Impala 2 Door Hard BUIck WIldcat Conver.
and Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch from five months Mediter- 1 9 6 1965
Say. and David attended the
i son ranean tour of duty with the
Seaboard Coastline Surgeons Navy. Their daughter, Donna, Transmis With Extras $ 491 5
I thF Association meeting in Naples is staying with her grandparents op, Automatic Radio, $1695 tih\e\ Larded; '
from Wednesday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F, W. ion, power Steering, in!,+ Air Conditioning.Includ
Strickland, until they return ..... .. -
Rev. and Mrs. Glen Lawhonof H .i..r. Air !.miQi .B.i5SepMup-
r
Forest City were Friday this weekend.Mr. Ford Fordor

> Mrs.overnight Fred Bennett.guests of,?Mr. and and Mrs. Jimmy William 4 Wheel 1967 Fairlane

Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and Clark, of Starke, announce the
a Mrs. Walla Lipsey attended the birth of a .son, Johnnie Eston, 5edln Ii Cylinder Automa $1395 1
flit;, funeral of E. R. Witherell in on April! .22 In Bradford County rive, Transmis$995 tic Radio, and lIealer.
Branford Friday afternoon.Mr. Hospital.Mr. OatStandard
Runs
and Mrs. Dewey War- ion,
ren of Jacksonville visited Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Gener- Pickup
J. S. Sapp over the weekend.Mr. awe West Springfield Mass., 1968 Dodge %/ Ton
announce the birth of a daughter Station Wagon
and Mrs. Hancockof Fair lane ,
on April 24. Maternal 1963 Radio
Roanoke, Va. are'visiting
Standard
grandparents Mr. and Mrs 695.S
are fi.C Under. $1
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese >
this week. Robert' Green of Starke. Transmission, r:. Heater 5..000Radio. Miles
Mike Reddish is visiting Mr. Automatic $69
. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald. L. J
and Mrs. Drew Redddish in Thomas, Starke, announce the .
Wilmington, Dela. for several birth of a son, Ronald Lanier PRICED
With A Ring For Here days. n on April 21 In Alachua Gen. Ton Pickup 6 Cylinder

Mrs. Nate Dyal and Mrs.E. eral Hospital. Grandparentsare 1965 Chevrolet 1/'L/ RIGHT
T. Vestal attended a birthday Mr. and Mrs. W L. Thom
IN 14 KARAT dinner for Mrs. Vestal's as and Mrs. Marion Hawkinsof Nice'
SOLID GOLD son Lynn Neeld In Jackson- Starke and Roy Hawkins Standard, Radio, heater, Extra
ville Sunday. of Jacksonville.



/ .

.'. SPECIALWhile

New Service Department Hours -- Effective May 1st.

A BIRTHSTONE IJ. Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00: A.M. to 5:30: P.M.
for EACH MEMBER of her Tuesday and ThursdayS:00' A.M. lo 7:30: P.M.

FAMILY set into one of these They Last Saturday Closed,

beautiful jewels... each piece FROM
available in from 1 to 7 birth Due To Delay In ShipmentOur ,

stones of your choice. $14-95 Loss Your Gain Must Go!

;&. :::*..83:8gIMPORTED: ::: : -.::.:.::. .:.......................-:.......;;..........................................................................:-.................................................................:::&
ONE STONE
EACH ADDITIONAL DUTCHGladiolus :
MOTHERS
STONE $4.00

BRACELETSWith Bulbs I:

I AND 49
Attachments For All I

THE CHILDREN'S PICTURES I
Dahlia
Bulbs
r.:: PER :i:: U. S. 301 North PhonySTARKE


Hundreds of Lovely Gifts i BOX 32.OFr FLORIDA

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for Mother Come See
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WILLIAMS JEWELRY 225 E. ANDREWS ST. PHONE 964-6067 'Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"



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I OEO T'eainReport! district FFAConfests Virgil Lovett gave the Invocation. I
l
I I Head Start EmployeesAre FFA chapters representedwere t
(CootfeMMd from Page One) \I Held Englewood of Jacksonville THE BRADFORD

Critical Of CUBE Milliard. Fessender. COUNTY TELEGRAPH :i
NamedBoard ,
a few berries being picked and Here FridayEight Hastings, Palatka, Paxon of "
gome will be contined to .be Jacksonville, Ft. King, and the PublUh-d: every Thursday ,:
shipped as long as the quality; I Continued From Page anal the poor, determining priori Bradford Junior and Senior at 138 W. Call Street I
continues to hold up, he said. ties delegating responsibilities. of Directors of CUBB Barbara. Ann Ledger, assistant area schools were Chapters. starke Florida 32091 I
The Bradford Strawberry Cooperative -Program Planning arid De- etc." Economic Agency approved custodian (to work two hours represented,! here Friday April Next FFA contests set here class postage paid :
Is still shipping Allen velopment: "To date there has -"The approach of the Exe- Monday night recommendationsof a. day); Grace Kathryn Henry, 25, as the Bradford FFA Chapters are the Forestry Contests set Second Starke, Florida. :
said, but he does not know how been no orderly procedure to cutive Director has evolved! the Bradford County Head head cook: Mattie! E. Gresham hosted the District 4 FFA Friday. May )6.Pboto at
long it will continue to do so. determine community need4. around establishing contacts Start Policy Advisory Committee Rosa Lee Moore. Alma Angela rnn The tests.Bradford Senior Subscription Rates I
Many growers are opening Planning is non-exlstet although with the power structure. Little Including the employmentof Jenkins and Georgia A. Howard took Chapter In trade area: $5.CO per
their fields to the public now, the VISTA workers (Harold and has been done In the way of 43 persona. cook's helpers contest the parllmentary with Palatka procedure CopiersAt year; $2.75 six months. I
Allen said, since both quality; Betty Lou McClennon) are attempting .- observations of target area Board approved the holding' ond. Bradford team memberswere sec- Outside trade area: $$.110
and ouanittty; have become in- to establish a found problems and consultation with of pre-tservlce training programIn $3.00 six months
consistent. Quite a few ber- Twelve teachers and one sub- Richard Sapp, Jimmy Alvarez per year;
atlon. Recent attempts to provide ( the poor and indigenous lead Green Cove Springs for Brad- stitute Grace The Telegraph
ries are soil oeing picKea ne were hIred: Mary Wayne Bennett, Joe Wilson -
said. Including fields now opento new programs and .Cervices ers." ford and Clay Co. on June Bollinger Suzanne Judd Sylvia! Cecil GasMns, and Ralph
the public reflect the personal Interestsand Governing Bodies: "The 23. 24 and 25. Ann Jones. Gale Mot'>ley. Owen Morgan.
activities of the Executive CAA (Community Action Agencies Board also agreed that after" Mobley Myrna Lou Rahn. Janet Mike Tew, Bradford FFA
't Director (Ronald Sage). Therewas ) and County Boards appearto all resources have been exhaus- Walters Willie Randolph Robert member won second place in
no input from the poor, or be in compliance with OEO ted In trying to get Bradford Snell. Elizabeth Walker the public speaking contest. The
determination of needs and requirements. County children enrolled in the Maurice White, Norene ClImer, Fessender FFA Chapter of
priorities." Several members (of the program children from Union and Kay Sunderland. substitute. Jacksonville was first.
Public Relations: ". communications board) stater) they were not County will be included In the Wayne Bennett Bradford, won SUNDAY
between aU levelsof .even. in favor .fir, OEO. Others Bradford County Head Start the harmonica playing contest.
the organization and with !had little awareness of the program. Teachers aides will be: Daisy Palatka won the string band
the poor are very deficient. Attitudes needs of the poor or sympathy Hired to work In the county Belle Coleman. Nellie Ruth contest Ft. King had the top
expressed In private differ -'' towards their plight. 'Many did Head Start program were: Clark, Mytrice Conway, Alberta. quartet, and Paxon of Jackson-
from those expressed In not know how the program was BernIce Bateman. project di- Dell. Eunice Demps, Antony ville won the tractor driving BUFFET
AskCharley" public, revealing a large degree operating in the field. Some of rector; Freda Grlffls. social DeSue, Juanita Griffin Leatha contest.
of miscommunicatton distrust, this is due to the failure of service director: Linda Robin Grlffls SussJe. Hampton. Ruby Danny Norman secretary of
and dissension under the sur the director to understandthe son secretary; Ida Lee Brown, Elaine Lee, Doris R. Rowe, the Bradford Senior Chapter
face. All too often public relations : membership. ? ,.' Alberta Dell Leather Crlffls. Susan Salazar, Donna Slayman. was master of ceremonies for 11:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M.
E. have centered on the Executive In a future article the team's Sewell Proctor bus drivers; and and Jesse Franklin: Jenkins, the event which was held in the
Director rather .than the Pete Fancier substitute bus substitute. Bradford High auditorium.
report on NSC and its recommendations
agency and the plight of the driver. Principal Ralph Diggs gave a
win be discussed.
Johns.About poor." Gertrude Carter, custodian: welcoming address .and Rev. $ 25

Other OEO-funded Pro.

This Question: rams: VISTA volunteer "roles
Power PlantDedicated
and responsibilities' are not well why he. Nolln and Pierce had .
':\Ian,' auto drivers have defined. It appears that the traveled to Bondfay, a trip IA
I heir auto liability insur- talents of one of them can be
of 400 miles
b
restricted the company over (fJ. 0// .
ince by best utilized In establishing a Attorney George Pierce, when _-
; to the minimum cov- program planning system and (Continued from Page One) asked the same question, said "i'1a ne6lJ.eue r 1\
due tft age occupation improving administrative re L Jli
erage .
"I have a phone too. ,
driving: record or being cords.At. It Is more economical lor toe duea 8xlended yW tJ1AilM.irl
"I don't think they're ,
in the "assigned risk ( Monday's meeting. Mrs. city to own Its own power plant. aw
raise. I think the returnon
plan". Is a separate policy McClendon told the board she If R, S, and H did not thinkso
their Investment Is adequate
now available from the Is now working on a program the firm would be the firstto "
Charley E. Johns Agency, planning system and asked that suggest somLothermethod when all the facts are known, enle
to provide Automobile Excess a Planning Committee be set of supplying current and city; Councilman Tucker stated."I ?
Liability insurance for up. Board members decided revenue In Its annual reportto "
such drivers?" they would meet by counties the City Council, Priday said. -f II Providing the finest in professional nursing care for

Charley E. the and proposed choose representatives committee.) on city's Current; power expansion plant totals of$650 the, CHAD r convalescent, geriatric, chronically ill, long-term and

.Mobilization of Non-OEO 000 and consists of a new 1,750 post-hospital patients. Inquiries and visits invited.
JOHNS AGENCY Resources: "In general, locate kilowatt capacity; generator and : (
ing and engaging resources has the necessary additions to the Certified for Medicare patients.
to house The add-
plant It.
131 So. Walnut St. been done as a personal projectof '
ition replaced the last
Phone 964.5070 the director, without inquiring the old building that stoodat partof 1000 SOUTHWEST SIXTEENTH AVENUE GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 32601
as to the actual needs of
Church and Call Street since TELEPHONE AREA CODE ((904))376.2461
1901. assure you, madam, if -
such creatures as you describe STARKE FLA.
"Such as this is not built by
AFFILIATE OF
UNITED CONVALESCENT HOSPITALS INC.
How could there be a more WE HAVE the person who stands' m the really existed we'd be
appropriate gift for her day. street corner condemning every the first to know about it." .
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action of public officials Shaw - - -
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said, pointing: to the plant. "We -- - -
Bradford
MOTHER'S DAY HighMay can never rea'ly: appreciate:
enough: or understand what
11 electricity has tuna< for us.
: School Class I don't think people would lake
back the maaay' t'iso! hire paid
t far: (electric) power and do
without the plant," he added. A
RingsBY
The new Worthington gener- %
ator Is operable on either dIesel -
fuel or either a mixture A
BALFOUR of natural gas with very small
amount of diesel to make the

.. ,. ORIGINALLY mixture fire. It Increases the
.
on',
tut .1'iiinuifi' 'II WtsMs"
Than the peak load capacity of the plantto
DESIGNED"MOTHER'S
7,500 kilowatts.
1968 peak load was 4,500 a\
RING" BY THECLASS kilowatts and Is expected to

reach 5,000 KWH this summer
OF according to Oscar Davis, utilities --- / /
The gift of a million director. -

happy memories Electrical power production
1970 now exceeds 18 million kilo

Twin bands of 14 Karat gold, watt hours per year, Davis w A x, f.>
which symbolize Mother and said.
Father, are joined by lus WE The entire city: ; council, bond
trous synthetic birthstones, trustees, Mayor Carl Hurst
for each child in the City Clerk Merrill Edwards t1 ,
gin I REPAIR were,present for the dedication.Mrs. ,,. ;
family. Ruby Johns chairman of v 1
I Sg b
\ the Council the
10 Mothers: Rings ALL BRANDS OF during period
$1!).30: -$2 Per Stone when the expansion was con- ,>f rl
templated and planned,was pre. v
Gold! Filled & Sterling Elect Shavers sent. State Agricutlture Com- H\ v *?
\
S7.50 $1 Per Stone missioner Doyle Conner a
Bradford native, phoned his regrets & 5x1&J
WOODBURNIS: that he had a prior com-
mittment that kept him away &H P t<
Shaw said.General.
GEM JEWELRY Contractor for the

expansion was Indian River vin' ' -
109! EAST CALL ST. Construction of Jacksonville.Ten ( ,! .f..M:
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door
prizes were won .
J' ':r- :!?-{
by residents touring the plant \S-:)

'fttf'&XttttfttttX <>>= and three were given to city; : t ,, ,* *j''I Climatizedm Florida
employees. Winners were: LIFE
l Pauline Peterson hair drier;
SPRING SALE I F. M. Prescott, auto safetykit
; O. Q. Nichols, electric


1111 NEW POWER MOWERS (III s! frying tric shower heater pan head;;; Fred Elizabeth Gertie Smith McRae,Mayo elec- MALONE Gold LabelLIMITED

tool box; Richard Helm, fire,
J BUY NOW AND SAVE! | aid' kit; Bertie Myers, desk

1 1 Yau can take it easy this summer with a new Power 1;1; lampCity employees winning -
prizes were: George.Grau-
1:1:: Mower from our large selection. All are 1969 models 1 jlj::! don, $20 cash; Ida Mae Sas- TIMESALE

1 11 heavy duty all steel bases. .We have a size for every 1m: ser and C. C. Hutchinson, two Re

:::: yardl :: hams. g. 9S

1:1::
1:
:::: PUSH $4395 ::#:: Phone Rates !

:::: TYPE .,. .,Inl. ::::: $695
.::.:: 22"CUT ,1... :::: Set For Talk ,
:: Al1.:) k:.. ,Crwrn double lilt
::: 3'& HP ..lf II" cut.. :a::::: earn.o. or boo tprmgFoam ,
::: ,.... .
\ I tVM. : told In left only.
11'? $4958 1m

I I (Caotfeaed tram Pail One,

1 : ALL you have your choice 0
3 V4 HP MOWERSSERVICID ::1j1 supplies, and services to a subsidiary -

1m such as Florida State,
BriggiStratten- > \\TJONE
1:1:; with and f are so inflated through Inter. 100% Foam Rubber Foam over InnerspringThe
.. gas and sales
:: Engine ._ company purchasing
:::: Puih; Twpe! 'ELFJ oil, ready to .:':::': that the plant Investmentof e not sag, never needs to be turned. The strength of innersprings with the
:::: 24''Cut PROPELLED : Florida State Telephone comfort of foam.
; use
:::: 3ViHP+ rlggi. '::, Company is considerably over Extra firm seating edge, guaranteed not
::;: $5752 StroHon...... }:' stated. to break down. 27% lighter. slim and trim

1H1 cur $6450 PARTS QUICK Tucker points out that Florida E T/Ff0 u Silent Seal box) spring eliminates noise
:;::1 REPAIR SERVICE ff State, by Its own admission, Light and cool, completely non-allergenic squeaks and rust.
Is not allowed to use competitive -
mr TRADE-INS Buy where you can aM all 1j bidding in purchasing cup- e Beautiful gold cover that is Puff-Quilted Our',n... .Iutln ov.r.half Climatized never mildews or molds
:::: parts and quick rpair t rvk. :::: plies and equipment.The to foam. cinlury of Quality Manufacturing non-allergenic.

m1.. WELCOMED by factory trained mechanics 1 councilman also questions Rtg. $279.95 R.g. $189.95
:: whin raid it. .: the phone company's contention
you ::
:;:: We will gladly acctpt your old ::;::: that salary costs have Super King 199" SET Queen Size 1495 SET
:::: mower on one of this new Se. TheM Mowers :;::;: risen locally. Tucker notes that

::1::::: model Tomorrow :::: six: or seven employees of the Makers of the famous SPRING AIR BACK SUPPORTER Mattress
GtOdUsid Mowers Opn7..T.untCSIOOr.m. ::1: Starke phone company have
_.....
::::: For Salt! .oye-h..OO p..............,.. {:f either quit died, or been discharged -
:: without being replaced.
;1 We Have An Expert Mechanic and ::1j1 f{ Latest such example Is the

:::: Will Repair Your Old Mower :j:: resignation of former Florida Denmark Furniture Company
State Manager Ernest Patz,
r. now an Instructor In the vo-tech

&; G. B. Bohannon, Jr. I replaced.center here, who has not been

'. ''. &::: 5E 7th St and 7th Ave. GAINESVILLE 3729561WlSftSiftWAWtW ::. .'J feel strongly that some. 434 W. Call St. Phone 964-527 Starke FIorJd4Berries
:- bodv: should represent the pea

lii ::::::: ::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':'::::::::::::8::::':::::::::::;:;:::;:::::::::;;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;.;.!$1! ple," Tucker said when asked
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Drives Library Set Fund CARPS SPECTACULAR ANNUAL

a I Ie

Drives :to raise money for anew ooo { I'Q
Bradford County (Library
building wil) get under way Sturdy I
May 3with a road
block and a bake sale.
Both are efforts!! of the Little ENTIRE STC I
Women's Club and Candy Stripers cif
The bake sale will be heldIn '
front cf the Wlnn-Dlxle Storein Boys Short Sleeve ,' {

A Starke number Plaza.of other fund raisins
projects: such 'as auction ASPORT SHIRTS \ DRESS
r I
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sales!;, fish frys and marathons, ,,
are planned by Mrs. John Sanders 1
and Mrs. Robert Burch, $ I it I
co-chairman of the drive.
Other volunteers working on \\ reg. 3 g ys
the dive are: Miss Florence F ESF-I1tM
$1.99 for
Jennings. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, v- RE EGPANTS
Matthews,
John Sanders E. L.
All permanent press in choice of collar v '
Miss Martha Sue McCain, Father SIZES styles, solids, stripes, checks woven <;o
Edward A. Kirby Mrs. plaids and tatter sal Is. Buy now for Sum "\ .0
Jeanette Kincaid, Mrs. H. C. mer and Savsl SIZES 8-18.* v "*ff" \ ,,_ $ 9 9
Hitch, Mrs. Russell Norman, Compare q
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin, $097 ,
and Mrs. Ervin !Andrews president Tricot Short lour reg.4 LM ,, I 'H\ at $10.95 't
of the Friends of the LI- $4.99 "'
J1 -o 7 Q.
brary. /, Great new style In perma
tsviI0or I .. neat press checks, stupes {.
y. '
'
or solids and you save fJ \ /\ / / '-
"j' .
Smoking Tax Up almost a SI at Carps sale '/ / :
Sizes 818.
In April; Sales rag 2 $ 3 c.price.,

Drop 15.6 Per CentApril sa / P I \

distribution of cigarette $1.79 for with rib knit neck, / 'neckcolo's rn sleeve, creHi ;;; s; A \ \

taxes (from sales made during; crew neck waist styling i818jr ted colors choice I\. J / MISSES JUNIORS JR. PETITES HALF SIZES
and MnL Machne '
washable
February) are up 63.44 per cent slee ve S S j
over the same period a year in wild stapes /. ;r J7.69'..? ESr / This years styles are truly sensational! New looks new features new comfort

ago.Bale of cigarettes dropped 15.6 Childrens 8 to 3 J ((0/ Culotte Dresses Bra dresses Dressy dresses. choose any type you desire

per cent. {t_, from a big selection of the latest styles fabrics patterns and colors. and get
Of the almost $9 million col. TENNIS SHOES Girls 1-3 3-6X Don't wait rush and
lected in February, the cities / more dress value for your money at Carps. in see try on
got $4.600.000, the counties, Compare at $1.69. Cotton 4 your choice of this exciting new collection for 1969. y
$423,900 and the general revenue duck upper rubber sole $1 u
y
cushioned arch and sole BLOOMERDRESSES
,
fund 3800000. in 4 color choices. I I y Other Styles $6.99 to $10.99
On a local basis this means /
that Brooker received $296; \ '
Hampton, $240; Keystone Girls Cotton \ )
Heights. $1,397: Lake Butler. t i I Vh
$1.350; Lawtey $617 and Starke t
7394. SHRJS Carps $ 9 /
Bradford County received Low | t
$274; Clay County $1,322 and
Union County $418. 7-14 Prices .

Minis & Other Styles (4c9 /1i. 1k ti /
Compare these at $1.50. Big girls All penna press in a varietyare \ \
3.6X half
Bradford Safest striped jamaicas are of styles fabrics patternsboxershonsin ( -
solids and patterns. and colors Style illustratedAll
Area CountyDuring perma press. Great Summer Is just one of many choices. r

1968, 14 persons died value! SIZES 7-14 $2.99 o
in traUlc accidents In Bradford
County 15 died on Clay County
highways and 4 died on Union I.
County roads. .
During this same period 157
v t Y :
persons were Injured in traffic ,
SUPERDISCOUNTS
accidents in Bradford 292 in
Clay, and 40 in Union. r
Bradford County's mileage 1 0i
death rate (number of deaths .-.
per 100 million vehicle miles
!
traveled) was 10.2; Clay Coun- t
ty's. 12.2 and Union County's
I 13.2. Highest mileage death rate r
1n the state was in Wakulla
County, 45.3 and lowest was in
> r''r'
, Walton County 2.5. s r < i
I I According to the Florida Department -
,
of Public Safety. the
accident rate was highest between F M8911 i t i
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. and : gunda9r l
most of the accidents occurcdon : .
dry pavement.
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Woman Pleads cSJ

Guilty To Fight

Lillian Burch pled guilty "ALWAYS 1st QUALITY AT_ CA. .'

to charges of assault and bat
tery when she appeared before
Judge Theron A. Yawn on Tues-
day. LIMITED TIME SPECIAL
She was sentenced to 60 daysin

:allowed the for county the jail time with she credit has HI-FRY 5% QT. HAMILTON BEACH PROCTOR-SILEXCOOKERFRYER

spent 18. in custody since April 3-SPEED MIXER AUTOMATIC TOASTER

. Charges were made following Cooks or deep fries complete Portable, lightweight with thumb Select-ronic color control automatically !%
I a fight on April 18. meal. Includes deep fry basket position control, beater ejector adjusts toasting time SALE
I -II .In and heat-proof glass cover M-200 and 5 year guarantee. #871. for exact shade you desire.

1 tat 'u.LU1....1.. $$9.95 VALUE {9.95 VALUE #20214.
/( ... $9.95 VALUE .


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:: guessing how late the other $ r __ \ PLAYTEX"CrossYourHeart"

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.: SERVICE REALLY SCORES I
(:: WITH OUR CUSTOMERS: --.r' 4'' "' These famous "Cross-Your-Heart" Bras give better
g > f' separation, fit and comfort plus Double Undercup
VEAL'E ; Panels for better support. And you also save $1.01 when
tJ.I you buy two of the popular Playtex Fashion Magic'
E-- CUTLET I .,. "Cotton and Lace" Bras. ((2 for $4.99,

E iffRIVAL ................. .. *. ;: Reg. $3.00 ea.) White. 32A-40C.
DINNER MIRRO PROCTOR-SILEX ELECTRIC .._ '\. 4 f .. '
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...:::.::.; ./ .. .i- STARKE PLAZA
PARTY PERC STEAM-DRY IRON CAN OPENER
g 1.00 .r. "' '" 1./,4 ;. OPEN; .
S In new Avocado color. Brews up A work and fatigue saver. Cool, Deep cut feed gear handles any ..... / I 'Ai. and Sat Until 7 P.M.
E to 22 cups automatically, then easy grip handle with fingertip size can. Has recessed handle. : J
: TUCK'S keeps it hot. Easy-flow spigot. fabric control.#10130. handy cord storage.#752. : rk OPEN ALL DAY EVERY WEEK DAY

Hnrl'u" DRIVE-IN I 9293.. $10.95 VALUE $10.95 VALUE 19.95$ VALUE ,"' 't.


BEEF PORK CHICKEN SPARE RIBS '- SUNDAY P.M. TO P.M.
OPEN 6
CURB u.*.aol SOUTH SERVICE ALWAYS .1st QUALITY AT CARPS .

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//I. I Woman Fined Mrs. Faulkner] f ,

f
On 2 Charges Services Held
RECREATION-NEWS N
S ALE
I
At Wheel
Jo Ann James appeared before Pine LevelMrs. I pper

County Judge TheronA. China Faulkner, 90, wia- I II
Yawn on Monday and pled One of America's Most Popular
BANTAM BASEBALL.OPEN'S In the 6:30: opener Coca Cola guilty to two charges.: ow of Ben J, Faulkner died :

SEASON will meet the Police Department She was fined $25 or five Tuesday after an extended Ill Fold Down
Campers
SATURDAY MAY 3 with the defending champion, '0'I'Nla7a dave In the county jail for oper- ness. She was born in Kentuckyon I I t tI
The 1JM59! !! Bantam Boys Baseball BPOE going against Southern ating a motor vehicle without July 26. 1878. and was a

Season will open league Discount!!' at 8:00: p.m. a drivers license and $150 or member of the Pine Level Baptist I t tI

play with a double header SatThe schedule for Monday 3 60 days for driving while Intoxi Church.

urday May 3, May 5, calls; for a single game cated.: Surviving are two daughters. I t tI .

(Miss Mary E, Faulkner of I I t I'I
Starke, and Mr. Carlle Mae

CRUSADE of IN V I HOMECOMING SET Jordan. Alma Ga.; four eons I t tI
R F I A L AT BAYLESS HIWAY George M Preston E. and

The AMERICAS .' Service award ceremonies for members of Co. D (.) 53rd Bayless Hlway Baptist Church Robert L, Faulkner, all of Jacksonville I I

Spt. Bn Sturke, are carried out In mid-April at the new 'Armory will observe its annual Home- and Paul Faulkner,
Starts With Homecoming Sunday, May 4. coming on Sunday, May 4. DInner -' Starke: one sister Mrs. Alice
on Edward! Road. Unit Personnel Officer. W4 Albert L. Crosby : '
All Members Former Members, and Friendsof Jr. presented the ribbons awarded for years of service. will be served at memorial 1 p.m., Edwards Jacksonville, and a 69 CHUCKWAGON 7 j
followed by a short
the Church Cordially Invited. number of grandchildren.
service and singing In the after Funeral !services were ;held I REDUCED FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY! I I II

Co. D, Local National Guard noon. Everyone Invited. -- at 3 p.m. Thursday In Pine (offer expires May 10th)
Rev. George Crowell, pastor; i I
MADISON STREET Rev. W. B. Johnson evangelist Level Baptist Church with Rev. F. O. B. Michigan .................... 1695.00 t

Members. Receive Service' Awards Don Turner,Honaker and Dr. Rev.E. R. Bowers Gerald I Freight ......................................100.00 I II

officiating Interment was in I "Porta Potti" ............................109.00 t tI

BAPTIST CHURCH Members of Company D, 53rd Receiving the Florida Service DELEGATION SPLITSON Conner Cemetery with DeWittC. Spare Tire .................................... 28.00
Support Battalion :starke received Ribbon, bronze cluster, third ABORTION BILL Jones Funeral Home In I I
service awards during a award for 15 years service This district's House delegation charge.: $1595 $1932.00 .
Reduced to
MAY 4-11 7:30: P.M. weekend training assembly during were Cw3 Albert Foster and split this week 'on a I t tt
mid-April. Broward: Capps. Donald J. Mar bill WhiCh would iioerauze

Awards are given upon com- tin James: N. McCrary William Florida's abortion laws. Rep. Adding MachinesFor t Slarcrafl CAMPER

Rev. Richard Barber pletion of 5, 10, 15 or 20 yearsof C. Rhoden Joe E. Tomlin- Ralph Tyre, of Lake City,voted Wheel II
I Dreamer
EvangelistOF service in the (Florida National son and Samuel C. Wise, all for the bill, while Rep. Gene SALES Camper

Guard and the Resel'VeComponent holding the rank of SpS. Shaw, of Starke, voted against Sale or Rent '! I
OCALA FLA. 2920 Waldo Road e Gainesville 376.0691
It. The measure passed the
of the Armed For- Receiving award for 10 yearsof At The Telegraph j

Fred Kegley Music EvangelistOF ces of the United States. service were Sag> Joseph N. House, 60-54. r r r r r r r r r e r r r i

Each Guardsmen Ls awardedthe Warren Sgt. George F. Wol-

JACKSONVILLE Florida Service Ribbon for fred Jr., and Sp5's Edwin L.
FLA.
the completion of five yearsof Ghlslon Oren T. Derkman.

{honorable and satisfactory' Clarence R. Kutchesoa. Noel P.

FOR TRANSPORTATION CALL service and another award for Joyner and Arthur A. Pratt. ONLY

each additional five years com- Awards for five years of ser-

Rev. Denton Sumrall pleted. vice went to: 1 Lt. Robert L. WINKLER

The Armed Forces Reserve Kelly, Ssg. John( A. Goolesby

964-7557 :Medal is awarded for the com- Sgt. William T. Smith SSg.

;pletion of 10 years of honorableand Joseph N. Warren Sp.5'9 Lamar

satisfactory service and '1'. Brown, Edward N. Green

another award Is given for each George L, Lovell.

additional 10 years. Sp 4's Thomas B. Grant
Serving 20 years and receiving Arnold L. Griggs Terry F. AT ELECTRIC Hit

: the Florida Service Ribbon, Hardee, George W. Harris. Hen- ,

bronze cluster fourth award, ry W, Harris Leslie E. Jackson,

and the Armed Forces Reserve James E. Kelley, Roy S. Kelley,

Medal, second award were: Wyman B. Kersey Charles. W.

l u Cw4 Robert G. Patterson Jr.. Kirkland Paul 0. Landry LloydL

Psg. James A, Christmas SSg. Olive Lawrence N. O'Neal I

r. Avery BaxLey, SSg. Willie E. Robert D. Rhoden Thomas W.

Green, SSI. Virgil M. Jordon, Roberts, Sammy L. Smith J. Our Sets Carry Full 5

N. Sp6 David H, Montgomery and W. Thomas( and Jimmie Thorn ,
\ Sp5 Oliver P. Hutto Cw3 Ed- ton; Pfc. Ave A. Godwin. Pvt. Year NON PRO-RATED

ward F. Cole received the AF 2 James L. Fuquay, and Pvt. 2 5

Reserve Medal second award.at Carlos Rowe. Warranty On Picture Tube!


6:30: p.m., with the Police Pitch Softball League was heldat For Only Pennies A Day!
Department meeting BPOE.
the Recreation Department ,
The 1969!! schedule call for
Monday, April 28,
single each Monday and
games
Four teams
were representedat
Thursday at 6:30 anda
: p.m. YEAR
the meeting Plans to begin
double header each Saturdayat
league play Monday night, May
6:30: and 8:00: p.m. ..
SMALL: FRY BASEBALL 19. WARRANTY ONLY
AT THIS
.. PROGRAM: BEGINS PLAY Deadline for team entry In
the league will be May 12, 1969.

". -, The MONDAY Small: Fry MAY Baseball 5, Pro.. Any age women and older who and are 16 Is Inter-yearsof ON PICTURE DEALER IN STARKE

began player registration
gram e ted In Joining- 'a league teamIs
Monday, April 28.
I invited to call the Recreation TUBE AREA
.All boys who are ages 7, 8, Office. .., '

Live below'your means.. it,9 may register! for this program Next of league1' >sole ....o! ,. t'UWrliHi..: ,a '" : .
meeting this .l/ : ". I i, ,
at the Pratt Street Recreation ,, ,
; I I'J" :" ) n' .n.Y
will be held at the Recreation'DePI11'tment y
Center each afternoon.
Monday, May 12.
/If( you'd like, to get around the high cost of liv Deadline for registration Is at 8 p.m. Entry fees, player SAVE UP 10 WHEN YOU '
Monday, May 12. Practice for
,
have
we o
ing
suggestion: rosters! and contracts are due $100
Cuf down on the high' cost of getting' around these boys will be held begin- at this Ume.Photo.

And buy a Volkswagen It's only 1871..*. ning Monday May 5, at 3:30:

That's around $1200 less than the average :p.m.Practice
sessions will be held
amount paid for a new car today (leave ..t.n. the each Monday and Thursday CopiersAt
bonk. More's coming I
afternoons and on Saturday
A VW saves you hundreds of dollars on upkeepover mornlner at 10.00 a.m.

the years. CERAMIC PROGRAM The Telegraph

It takes pints, not quarts, of oil The Recreation Department

Not one iota of antifreeze would like to announce that ...-,,:THINGS AM! > ARTICLES-; -

And it gets about 27 miles to the gallon. The effective Thursday, May 1, the .iiit.tnFoitu'011. COUNTY

average car (thirsty devil that it is) only gets 14. Ceramic Classes will 'toe held cot.Rorllol'SJ.; STAHKC rl.". i ba

So the more you drive, the more you soy.' on Wednesday morning only. All Cull Fur Office Bid, Fnraltnre- And Notice Dealer To V

And chances are, you'll drive it for years and This will be in effect until And Supplier

ye9< (Since we never change the style, a VW the late fall of this year. Time Bid: 2:00(.:'Ioa.o'clock.. P.M. E. D '!'. a.aiY6s. .
never goes out of style.) !Meeting To Form Date: May 29 1069 ("Thursday) < y
Bantam Baseball Notice Is hereby given that 1 t a I'9 l, w
Of course, a VW's not much to look at. So a the Board of County Commie. $
lot of people buy a big flashy car just to save face. Loop Set MondayAll stoners of Bradford'; County,
boys interested in participating Florida, will receive sealed bidsuntil
Try putting that in the bank. 2:00 o'clock, M., E. D. T.
In a Junior Boys Base- on May 29, I960, r the office of
Loral delivered price, plus tax ball league ages 13 & 14, and the County Courthouse at
Starke, Florida. At said time
tag and title. White walls additional. a Senior boys league; ages 15, and place all bids received will
15 & 17 are urged to attendan b.. publicly .opened and read .
aloud In the Court Room of the
organizational meeting Mon Bradford County Courthouse,
MILLERBROWNVOLKSWAGEN day night, May 5, 7:30: p.m. Starke. Florida for furnishing '
at the Recreation office furniture (Desks, Chairs .
Dppartment.Four File Cabinet., Tables Lamps
Teams RepresentedAt and other mlacellaneouj Items)
rNearte' Meeting To Form wood and metal, for the New

U. S. 141 North Gainesville .um Women's Softball Loop Starke Bradford, Florida County Courthouse,

According to the Specifications
The organizational meeting! and Data on file in the ,.
to(> form the 1969 Women's Slow office of the clerk of the Circuit
I Court at Starke, Florida any
hid received after 2:00 o'clock
i P.:M., E. D. T. will not b. con
sidered. All Bids must be oom- The BERQHOLM Z4516WO

regoirem nts. ofslthentSpecifics.. Superb Danish Modern styled compact console In
Nona and attached Bid For",\... genuine oil finished Walnut veneers and select : ';
Bids far a portion of a categoryor hardwood solids with Scandla styled Dow Advanced: "'' Yl.
Vacation substitution: ,of wood for Super Video Range Tuning System Advanced New ;
Specials metal and \lce-\ersa will not Zenith Gyro-Drive UHF Channel Selector. S*x 3* ,
be considered. Twin-Cone Speaker
Y One set of Plans and Specifications Zenllh VHF and UHF TEI TO
Contract Documents and SpOil II. Dlale A ,
forms for bl office of Frank Oeorpre George t ,
Architect 108 North Palm
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY ONLY
-- -- Avenue, Palatka Florida, maybe
.. r 11 red from the office of
the clerk. of the Circuit Courtof
Bradford County, Florida by
depositing 139'00. Twenty-five
dollars (12500) will be refunded
WASH upon submission of a bona-
fREE TUNE-UP fide bid and return of laid plans
and specifications within tea
10) days after. the date vet for
AND WAX the ,opening of bids. The retain. g 3
: LUBRICATION ed f 5.OO will cover the part of ,
the costs for reproduction and 5' 5 .
handling expense Incurred.A .
$15.95 Value WITH $595 Cathler's Check. Certified t
'\ Check Trust Company Treasur /d
er's Check Bank Draft of any
FOR OIL CHANGE National or State Bank Bid The BARCELONA Z4518-O
Cash in the sum of five
Bond or Iul Classic Mediterranean
'l per cent ((5%; ) of the bidders to. 'e= genuine dark styled compact console In
6 CYLINDER tal bid. made payable lo the d In finished Oak veneers (Z4S180EO)
,, $1 095 & OIL FILTER Board of County Commissioner the or look genuine 01 fine Pecan veneer (Z4"8PO) both wllh
(Plus Parts) of Bradford County, Florida, v t Video doatrasslng. Advanced Super
must accompany each bid proRosal. Range Tuning System. Advanced New
;d Installation of all furn- O'ro-C"va UHF Channel Selector. Zenith
articles must be Speaker Twin-Cone
completed not later than the Zenlt" VHF and TERMS TO
number of calendar days fcro- UHF Spotlde. Dints. ,
:N MECHANIC NOW ON DUTY BILL GODDARD posed by of Proposal.each bidder In nil SUITThe

No bidder may withdraw fib +
AFC
bid for a period of thirty (SO)
27 YEARS EXPERIENCEABBIE'S days after the date act for the
opening of bids.
Bidders qualifications\ must be
CT satisfactory to the Board of
Commissioners of Bradford WYNOHAM Z4517MO
County
and said featuring the new Zenith
County, Florida
SUNOCO SERVICE Board shall be the sols judge of Popular Early American styled compact console In
and products. genuine Maple veneers Early American styled
such qualifications
l.i The! Board of County Commissioners gallery. Advanced Super Video Range Tuning,System. THAN
\ of Bradford County. Advanced New Zenith Gyro-Drive UHF ChannelTERMS SO
452 N. Temple Ave. Florida, reserves; the tight to Selector. 5-x3-Twln.Con.
waive Informalities in any bland Speaker. Zenith VHF TO
to accept any bid which it and UHF Spotllte Dials. Handcrafted Chassis
OPEN considers to be the lowest re- SUIT
81>onalble bid and to reJeot] any

Monday Thru Thursday Until 12 Midnight and alt FOR bids.: Zenith Two-Year Warranty on Color TV Picture Tube

I i oneaBdradforCounty Flapdeft IN 1rH The quality goes In
I I
Friday Saturday Sunday 24 Hours (
Charles A. Darby OfficIo e before the name goes onqr *
igllklllllllllllllllllllll l l lll lllllllll lllllll l l Charles Darby Es Clark
said board..
of It 1\.1\
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Area Runners Set New Look Set For Tornado Defense




Here In District MeetMany For the first time in over 10 the linebackers In a more pro- erson and Tommy Lee. tackle spot and both are doinga in all the plays they Intend to and looks at ithem screen

years the Tornado football tected position behind the line Training for the cornerback good Job, Hurse says. MarksIs use by mid-week. as the play overallgetting
defense will take on a new look, men.A spots are Tim Murphey and probably ahead now becuaae a much better
of the best high school Butler has a sprint medley much like the pro defense grid fourth back, a roving newcomer Mark Milner along ot MB experience.At he says
track and field competitors relay time of 1:59.9: the only fans see on TV Sunday afternoon cornerback, will always playon with Jimmy Alvarez, Dale A new twist which could prove
;: in north Florida will per- team under two minutes whichis *. the same side of the line Johns, and Robert Paterson.At split end Hurse has still valuable has been the use of the "I can spot a quarterback's
form here tomorrow (Friday, the mark of a red hot ClassA Gone is the old 5-4 as the offensive tight end,where the deep back positions now found no body who can catch a Middle School's closed circuit mistake; as he goes down the line
I IMay 2) when Bradford High relay. Orange Park has"been defense that carried the the opposition runs the ball are Benjl Moxley, Lavern Outlaw football the way tie would like. TV to film practices for the when I probably wouldn't even
School hosts the annual ClassA timed at 2:12.6: and Richardsat Tornadoes to two state more often that not. As Hurse Richard Sapp, Wayne Bennett Offensively, Hurse says, boys and coaches to watch.Hurse have seen It before."
District 2-A competition. championships and two streaksof stands on the sidelines
it Hugh Stephens. Clarence
2:13.4.: explains the new defense "We're coming along real
I 30 wins without a loss. gives the defense strenth where Slade Marty; Meng, Keith Pa- fine." The coaching staff had
Trials begin at 3 p.m. and In Its place, after BUS Grid the offense puts its strengthand tray Brant Turner,Dean Johns, -- ---- ----------,
finals at 7 p.m. Admissionwill 200 Yd. Dash- Kirkland, Mentor David Hurse and his allows the defense to give and Dennis Hall.Offensive. I
be $1 for adults and 50tf Rickards. 22.3; Myers Butler, staff evaulated their available strength where the offense I
for students and children. 23.; Malone, Stanton, 23.0. talent, will be a new four man up "Youd can afford to I !
Two-mile-run-. Gilbert, line with a roving comer back. does. if Standouts : Look Your Best!
strength
give up your op- Senior Mike Norman and I
Jacksonville 9:52
Orange Park ; Stein, Bolles, 10:04; Por The new defense is designedto also does the BHS : fa
Butler, and Tallahassee Richards wall Bishop Kenny, 10:13. take advantage of speed and ponent junior Dean Johns are being ,
are touted as the top Shot Put- Hartley. Lake City; quickness of the defensive per- mentor added. allowed to concentrate mostlyon at the
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three teams to battle for the 48-0; Johnson, Rickards, 48-2: ; sonnnel on the line. The four linemen in the new offense this spring Coach ,
district title, according to Bonnett, Stanton, 48-6. The big. hefty; tackle who is 4-4 defense which Hurse and Hurse said. The quarterback 0 t JuniorSeniorProm. I !:
Coach George Loper. Other Discus-. Coleman OP,145- [low on his feet will find him- staff began installing MondayIn battle continues, he says, with ,
schools among the ]13 competing 9; B, Coleman, OP, 141-11; self pushed out of the defensive spring practice has a man Norman the boy with the exp- '+r I II :
will be BHS;, Lake City; Taylor, OP, 1397. line-up. In fact, the new BHS head-on each offensive guard. perienc Both are Improving, ; I .
Live Oak, Bolles, Perry, Jack- Long Jump- Harris, Rick- Hr>" will have no tackles. These two defensive men are both are throwing better, and t
sonville Gilbert, Tallahassee ards. 21-11: Russ. Rickards. But it is expected to be light- called guards. they are neck and neck, the I ,

Godby, Jacksonville Bishop 21-3; 1/2; Tilloston. Lake City; ning quick and not too small. The 4-4 defensive end (or coach says. I ;

Kenny, Jacksonville Stanton Vocational 20-8. Hurse expects a much improved end-tackle) on the split end Both Mark Miner transfer / I
and Qulncy Par- High JumpAdams, Rickards, ball club, both offensively and side of the offensive line will from Tallahassee Leon, and We have Gainesville'slargest :

ramore. 6-3; Long, OP, 6-2; Hagan, defensively.BHS' play on the outside shoulder of Jimmy Alvarez, a newcomerto selection of II t :
Runners with some of the Butler, 6-2. new 4-4 defense will we tackle. t-nd: of the strong football, have been very impressive bi'i ;
best times in Class A com- Pole VaultGriggs, BHS, 11- utilize three linebackers, mak- side of the offensive line will according to Hurse,
petition in the state will be 9; Law,OP,11-8;Wilder, Perry, ing the Tornadoes three deepon either line up on the tight end as have veterans Dale Johns I Formal Rentals I ;

vying on the Bradford oval. 116. pass defense and placing or on his outside shoulder. and Dennis Hall. P bAv t :

Three runners have been I ,

clocked at 15-flat in the high If. tt a 6e.NS e.0 I :
hurdles. They are F. Rackly, '

Butler; Henderson Richards, Ft : BLACKsIngle j :
and Clark of Perry. I
Kirkland of Rickards has a 0 or double breasted I I t
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9.8 century to his credit. But O O White-Plain ;
Bather of Butler has a 9.9 I
and Myers of Butler a 10.0. I or black trim

Dandy Stein of Bolles has r St .
been clocked at 4:26 In the mile A 4\ 1 Fancies Brocades, I ;

run. Porwall of Bishop Kenny tcs ABHS 4.sJ.a I silks, solids :
has a 4:32: time and Smith of ? r :
Perry a 4:38.: MJ.B AGB4S a' t :
Jax Butler has a top notch I
880-yard relay team which has t ,\ 1
clocked at 1:30.1. Rich- j i I
been I.
ards is close behind accord- A small deposit will hold your selection. : :

Ing to times reported to Coach I
George Loper, at 1:31 and 5 COME EARLY! I
Orange Park has a 1:32 team. S COLORFUL Patterned In I
paisley and richly colored In II :
Ken Taylor of Orange Park navy, maroon, orange and I While Selection Is Good I !

should win the 440-yard dash The roving corner back will Chris Chandler easily the white is this long graceful cot I
since he is one of the few Runners 4th always be outside the tight Quickest man on the Held Mon- ton gown created by Bill Blass I

runners in the state, Class AA end and almost on the line. day, has been moved from for Maurice looped Rentner.around brass Thin ,

included, to be under 50 sec- Working on the end spot in guard to fullback and "looked rings straps hold the deep-dipping 1
onds. His 49.4 is the best reported spring practice where changesand real good running the ball". bodice which is underscoredby I '

in north Florida. White In Florida StarTornado experiments with men at lull HUOy, starting center iasi' a belt and bow.
of Stanton at 51.3 seconds and different positions go on every year, is being tried at stronj 3 Stac nDrag t
Jernigan of Live Oak at 52.0 day, are Tom Marks, Danny side guard to take advantageof

are his competition. runners placed four- then came Bolles, Lake City; Jackson, Rudloph] Perkins Mike his size, 220 pounds. That I
Winner of the 180-yard Low th behind Orange Park, Palat- and Live Oak. Macy, Morris Aarons, Tom leaves the center position open
hurdles will probably break 21 ka, and St. Augustine In the Eiland, and Steve Wynn. for Erick Tomlinson, Bobby II
seconds. Perry's Barfield has Florida Star Conference Track Ronnie Griggs was high point Working at guard Monday Chesser, or Steve Wynn. Adding MachinesFor I DOWNTOWN 13 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. I<
been times at 20.8, F. Racklyof and Field Meet In Orange Park man with 14 for Bradford. were .Ralph Morgan, Buddy
Butler and Clark of Perry last Friday. Ricky Frick ran his bestmileever Sapp, Jim Shuford,Edwin Clark, A real battle Is on for the I AND GAINESVILLE MALL I II ,
have times of 20.9. Orange Park won the event Gene Harris Jerry Cummings strong guard post between Gene
a 4:49.8: effort, to place Sale or Rent I
Gary Brown Live Oak has going away with 120 points. fifth. He also lowered his and Erick Tomllnson. Harris, Jim bhuford, TOny At The Telegraph I GAINESVILLE, FLA.
the top half mile time at 2014.: Palatka was a distant second two mile time to 10:56.5 although Letterman Bill Buby along Castlen, and now Buby. Each ,
Banister of Oranee Park has with 67 1/2 points but that with newcomers Bobby Chesser man has good size with Shu- .
that did not place. -- -- -- ---------
turned in a 2:02.8: and both was rood enough to win the BHS' third place 880-yard and Jerry Lee are being ford the smallest at 180.

Smith of Ferry and Buddy 'ira- Braves the conference all- relay team ran its best time groomed as offensive special- Ralph Morgan a twl>-vear World OP TAX 1ALI

wich of BHS have times of sports trophy. St. Augustinehas of the season, a 1:33.8.: The ists at center. letterman who hasn't receivedthe

2:06. 57 points. BITS had 52, team is composed of Wayne Being trained as the roving recognlztion he deserves cavity Notloa or Braarora 1. haraby. st rival... of that Florida.on th tax. Seth.:..1.day o.rtltt0.t..ell of May, 1969 at La b. ty...,14
---- Bennett, Gene Melvin Clarence cornerbacks are veterans Tom- according to loacn: nurse on the following daaarlbad lend to pay the mount du. for. ..... h.r.lnt
, Slade and Hugh Stephens. my Blackshear, a 165 pound.,. has the weak guard post nail- JacksonvilleBusiness ........opnotlt".1n.. "t".. ....., '0"" "." Kith .11..oaata ,of. auoh ..1..nd oil .4- a
"Mother Goose" Buddy Trawick ran the best senior, and Christy; Chandler, ed down. "His experience and -ff ". .' V- -- ;:-:. .-: 4:S

half mile of his high school a 17012.. The man there will leadership are very evident,"

RESTAURANT career, a 2:06.3, for fifth place. always 'olay on the strong side Nurse says. Gene Raulersonwill .
Scottie Smith placed second in of the offensive line up. work behind Morgan. DMarlptlon of 1'Moist.... of
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Fire Build-up Index, Dangerousyear >y Blanding Activity son Cadet of CADET Mr.Steve and HONORS D.Mrs.Matttngley.John A. Photo Copiers !

Mattingley, Rt. 2, Starke, was
Dangerous forest tire condi- vegetation .start putting on new average of 4.63 inches for Jo Resemble' W W' 11 on the Academic Honor Rollat At The Telegraph
tions are rapidly shaping up In Growth In the spring. the month. Florida Military In Deland I

Northeast Florida, Includingthe Bradford County, where the Since January 1, however "" I
Suwannee River Valley. water table has taken a 15-20 total rainfall for the county !VI
MaJ. Gen. Henry W. McMil being used, including the air
according to a report this week feet drop; in wide area east of :Is only 1.4 Inches below the 50 lan the Adjutant Generalof space above the range Is restricted
by the Florida Forest Service. Starke. had'no measurable year average. The total to date Florida, has announced that for Navy use throughout -
The hazardous fire buildup rainfall during the week, April for 1969 Is 16.46 inches as compared elements of the Florida National the year. TerwiflegarMotors
Index of 50-74 was attributedto 2128. with a :50-year; average Guard will begin their annual
light rainfall and high winds So far, April has brought of 17.86 for the four-month period field training at Camp Blanding Plans, call for extensive use I
coupled with the increased mos- only 1.18 inches of rain to the January through April. 4' *'.. early in May, of Blanding as a training site
Lure take-up when trees and county as compared with a 50NASWORTHY'S Fires Reported throughout the summer From
Four fires were reported dur Arriving on May 4 will be June 1-15 it will be the trainingsite I IJjC
ing: the week. April 21-28, with approximately 2,000 men from for 3,000 men from 53rd
95.4 acres burned. Since Janu .. the 53rd Signal Group Tallahassee Infantry Brigade. Tampa; the
ary 1 there have 'been 58 fires : ; 146th Signal Battalion, 53rd Support Battltoan, St Pet-
with 330 acres burned as com- Jacksonville: 164tli Artillery edsburg; 1st Bn., 124th Infantry.
pared with 120 fires and 906.2 Group Miami: 1st Automatic Miami, and the 3rd Bn., 124th
acres burned during the same it Weapons Bn., 26Stti Artillery, Infantry, Panama City.
period In 1968. West Palm Beach, and attached ON THESE

T County Ranger J. C. Prevail units. They will train at Bland- The Florida National Guard NEW ARD
Jr. urged the public to use Ronald Patray; dug until May 18. Officer Candidate School will
KT<4at caution with fires during (hold Its annual field trainingat 1
Promoted, By $
t this period of danger. The sound of artillery fire. Camp! Blanding July 1129. USED CARSPECIAlS
reminiscent of World War II
IBM 7fJ
i SystemsRonald Approximately (C50; men of the
a days when Blandinp was a major -
Alabama National Guard Air
/ REVIVAL TO START
training for infantry
AT PLEASANT HOPE T. Patray, formerlyof camp Defense units will conduct
troops will be heard once again
Starke, has been promotedto
annual field training there from
Revival services will start
by residents of Kingsley Lake
DURING OUR staff engineer at the International -
June 22 through July 6.
Sunday night at Pleasant Hope
: Business Machines and surrounding area when the
Methodist Church three miles Federal Systems Division In 1st Battalion 265th Artillery South Carolina Air' Defense
north of Starke on U. S. 301, fires Its automatic weapons.
BIG DISCOUNTFURNITURE Huntsville Ala. units will train at Blandlng.!
and continue through Sunday. The Battalion will be firing into
The Space Systems Center.with August 9-23, and the Palmetto
May 11, with Rev. Homer Salt- the impact area of the Navy
Military
headquarters In Huntsville Academy (South Caro-
SALE ers of Jacksonville as the evan- bombing range located at iJ
concentrates on the research lina Officer Candidate School)
Dinner will be served on III
gelist. III
development, manufac- Blanding will hold its annual field train-
Come See You'll SaveUP the grounds Saturday and Sun- ture, and Integration of astrion- ing concurrently with the Air
day, May 10-11. The public la Ic systems for military and Gen. McMillan emphasizedthat Defense units making a total
TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY Invited. NASA spac programs.A there should be no cause of around 875 South Carolina 1964 Dodge Dart Wagon
for alarm as a result of this Guardsmen training during this
SLOGAN CONTEST native of Starke Patray air defense firing as the area period.
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FURNISHED HEARING must have telephones as a ne- club Is carrying out. Air Conditioned. $1595
cessity.
TEST Action Meet The 10-hour' course will meet 'N"'UNC
NO Foster Shi Smith instructed each Wednesday and Friday BTAT
was FARM LlFrf INSURANCE COMPANY
to write the Florida Set TonightA night from 7:30: to 9:30: for two _.UOMK'''shin BLOOMINOTON' ILLINOIS
CORDS REPAIRS Public Utilities Commission, weeks at, the Woman's Club. 1964 Galaxie 500 Fordor

ON ALL MAKES stating the Bureau's oppositionto community Action meeting,
NO the rate Increase.In sponsored by the Neighborhood: and Saturday
a discussion of the lowered Service Center, will be held at Open Friday V-8: Automatic, Radio, Heater,
TUBES BATTERIES water table, which was causedby 8 p.m. ,tonight (Thursday: ) at Until W P.M. :New Tires. $7 9S
ON ALL MAKES shallow wells to quit yield- Anderson Jr. High School in
NO Ing water in an area east of Lawtey. tf*! fuT!&
Starke, Harley blamed the situation Purpose of the meeting will be ""It's Finger Lickin'Good" S I TKi fw
BATTERY tlN. LICENSEDREPRESENTATIVE in part on "over drain to list needs of the area and to m s m Four Wheel Drive Jeep
PACKS age." He said that ditches elect committee chairman for -4:
and canals had been dug in recent the area..
years to help people who When the first community ac
HEARING AID CENTER had built their homes "in ENJOYCOL.
tion meeting was held in Brad- M Station Wagon $345
swamps. He said these low ford County at. the end of March,
SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1969 areas (ponds) were intended by John Allen, Lawtey, was elect- SANDERS
nature to hold water kind
as a ed president; Mrs. Pat Langs-
10:00: A.M.: TO 3:00 P.M. of reservoir, and now that they dale, Starke, vice president] ; RECIPE
are drained, farmers are being MLss Willie Mae (Alston, secre-
forced to irrigate in order to
Mitchell's tary-treasurer; Mrs. Allen Dixon KentuckyFried 1969CHEVROLET
Store
Drug make a croo. assistant secretarytreasurer -

"When I was a boy growing up ; and Mrs. Mary Allen, com-
STARKE. FLA. PHONE PICKUP
964-7810 on the farm, we knew that we mittee chairman, Starke area.
127 E. CALL ST. could make a crop as iozE ..a At that meeting it was de- t,
If you can't come in. Phone us 'tor tree replica there was water in the ponds, cided that the group will meet 6,000 :\
whether it rained or not," he each month in a different sec- SHRIMP
LIKE
I Chicken JIILES$1995
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Charles Hodge( Services Planned kW". ... "..< '1'J"V.l' :.'<<..:.....,...<' <'f.t"t 2'n.:\ ... Y't"<$>t'i J\T,; : ,t;":.>, <"pr"", '' ,",..w-,'*''''<,;:, ,'{+ t11'i-'<'-'' .<.* )f;:.);:. < .H' ",('.;.''w','".' .' "'Hi'wf.vf;'. : ..? ,.;.ff.' *'/$, < ,..
Services HeldIn For Mrs. ;f.J '{ 'h} .; ).: ; ; :1. 'O'4"'Y" : < '>' \ "'f' .' .* f<
Bement J,.. tr; <, t f J Xty; ) : '. < ; :i, t.7; J. P \, "$
Airpark Church "'::1;, ... : +t,'/,. -; <:l:<. ..n i:;.! ><<.,.t ji dj,' : .,. ;;", '." .
Mrs. Mildred A. Bement 75:. < .. ,'i ", ."tA rF7Xt; t.tt--::; :..!)} ,Ji..;;;! .) i .,. {' j; ii'JfiY.Z: ; ; ; j''..(f. mt'ft;;, ,. >k .,
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Hodge. 32, of Starke.was died Saturday In Bradford! ". .,, .. .< .r ", ); ; ;J' ...i""It" /.(
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killed when Hospital after an extend ., ..',. ;.:t/; << ; :S: ,,-:: ". ". :;" "' )
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struck 'toy a motor ed Illness. She ftJ. .' 'M" '.'" 5" riA ..It 114'.ij .
vehicle on was born at m' -ifJI' .
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Highway 100 near the .south city Northeast Pa. on Oct 19. 1893' ;;. .., ...'. "' ..'.. ..'.:... d1r "'.}:<. ,<<. .,< """-.,?".A" <... .,t--'., """' .. !: ..''. {oJ..}.,"' ...... .. .' / ,,..<,..., '//' : .

limits evening.of: Starke last Saturday present and was with making her son her, T.H.home Be at l;;<,::.:, ?-S; :;lf; i ifr ( ;': 1. ,. ,. f.'.'it: ; ..::4 ..Y'.f' ; '

Mr. Hodge was born in ment. Jr.. In Saratoga Heights. ., ,: ,\ .
Starke on March 13, 1937. the She was a member of the Bap- /
son of the late Charles O. and tist Church.
Thelma Brosky Hodge. He was Besides her son she Is survived EVERGREEN BAPTIST
an employee of the Sanitation by her husband Thorold FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. LAWTEY. CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CIIURCH CUURCII OF JESUS CHRISTOF ;

Department of the City of H. Bement, of Union City; Pa.; CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS! I Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Sunday School. 10 ajn. Morn Sunday: Bible study 10 a. m.; Sunday School, 10 am; MornIng LATTER-DAY SAINTS
CHURCH
Starke and a member of Bethel two daughters. Mrs. Ralph L. Morning Worship. 11 a. m.Youth In* Worship. 11:15. SundajrNight Morning Worship and Commun- Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening (tiff East Call St.)
Baptist Church. Jones. Centervllle. Pa., and Sunday School 10 tun.. Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Practice service, 6:30.: Highway. ion Service. 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.; PrayerMeeting Services: Pilesthood. 8:45: ;

Surviving Is one sister Mrs. Mrs.Creek Geardling Smith, Spring Worship Service. 11 a. ra. Wednesday 8 p. m. 125, northwest of Lawtey..-ttev.B. services, 6:00.Wednesday: 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday Sunday School, 10:00: ; Sacra-
Evening Service. 7 P.m.
Raymond Hall, of Starke. with children., Pa.; and seven grand- Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer Rev. Robert D. Buroh L. Bennett pastor. !) Worship service 7 -Rev. J. C, Heelers, pastor ment 11:00: Branch President, :
Jack P. Ben.NORTHSIDE Dean Hansen 964-6278.
;
Minister
whom he made his home; three Funeral services and inter- *etln f. p. m.
brother Henry PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL .
and
H. J.
ment Thursday Night Prayer Meeting
were to be held In Union
Hodge, both of 10 .. BAPTIST Sunday-0:45: a. m. Sunday KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
Starke; Harold Clty.Pa.; DeWitt C. Jones Fun- In church. 7:3 p.m. Grace Baptist Church: Sunday School m. Morning
Hodge. Gainesville; and his eral Home was In charge of Youth Service, Friday" night Sunday School 10:00: A, M. worship, 11 a. m. Pre- er- CHURCH School 11:00: a. m. Morning CHURCH
grandmother Mrs. Laura Bros- local arrangements. 7:30 pjn. Morning Worship 11:00: A. M. vices (Booster Band. Young Schedule of services: Sunday Worship. 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: ajn. Training -
ky Starke. Ivy Luke Pastor Training Union 6:00: P. M. People, nod Prayer Service). 6 .school, 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Union 10:15: a.m. Morning
Funeral services were held at Evening Worship 11:00: A. M. p. m. Evening Worship. 7 p. m. ship 10:45: a. m. spraining TBa- abip. Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship
2 p.m. Monday April 28, In SMYRNA MISSIONARY Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Midweek Service. Wednesday lon 6:45: p. m. Evening Service Wedueaday-7:30: Prayer Ser 7:30: .p. m. Mid-week Prayer

the Airpark Baptist Church FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: P. M. 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, I). D.. 7:45.: Mid-week Prayer Service vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service Wednesday 1:30: p.
Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. night 1:00 m. Family night. m.Come let. us worship together.
with Rev. E. L. Oriffis officia STARKE 633 W Pratt St. Sunday ser Rev. Virgil Lovett. Pastor> pastor. p.
ting. Interment was In Elzey vices: Sunday School 10 a. m.
Chapel Cemetery In Union Sunday, May 4Brother- Preaching 11 1m, Training
County with DeWitt C. Jones hood meeting and breakfast, Union 5:45: p. m. Evening. Warship I i i7 I
Funeral Home in charge of ar 7:30 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45.: 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. JORDAN MISSIONARY iX
rangements. Morning Worship at 11;sermon, Elder.A., O. Flynn, pastor BAPTIST MISSIONU.
"Going Forth With Weeping." S. 301 North, behind Tas- r:
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REVIVAL Training Union 6:15.: Even- tee Freez Drive In. SundaySchool > ? ""', ," "' ::
SERVICESAT Ing Worship, 7:30: ; sermon, ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL ::, ," n n Q :
KINGSLEY LAKE "Christ and Him Crucified." 10 am. Worship Service .. ..,
Sunday services: 8:30: a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. pray- .. 'r'""'r"Ll +M. ::3
Revival services will] be held Monday Staff Prayer Time Holy Ercharlst.! 9:43: Church i I er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. :::: C'lBJE.. ...
9 Class what it
a.m. on
at the meansto U U
Kingsley Lake Baptist School. 11: Family Service -Leroy Olive pastor. ; E. L. .. )
become a Christian 7 ; .
Church. May 4-11. with Rev. Revival (Crusade of p.m.the Holy Eucharist: 1st land 3rd I I Grlffls, associate pastor .' _/ .::
Marvin
Stedham r
as the evan Sundays; Morning: Prayer 2ndand I -'
Americas) 7:30. ..=- :
gelist. II -"
Special music will be 4th Sundays. I #
Tuesday -- WMU Executive
presented at all !services with >>
.Leslie Bradley song? director business Board meeting meeting, 11, 11:30.a.m.: WMU Noon FIRST UNITED METHODIST v I l'f W III
in charge. The STARKE CHURCH OF GOD
public Is Invited Service of Revival and luncheon, ; II'
to attend all .services which 12 noon. Junior Choir Sunbeams 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.
start at 8 Sunday ChurchSchool.: Sunday School], 10 ,
p.m.Supper 3 : a. m. Worship pt'I'
Primary
p.m. Choir .
GA, 4:15: Evangelist Class, 7 a.m.; Holy Communion, 11. Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. i\ j 1ft' "...'.'. IJ" Revival 7:30. MYF Snack Si inner. 6 p.m.: m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7:30p. : f' / W The greatestcommandment ::::
fI
p.m.The following: schedule will MYF Meetings 6:30: ; Even- m.-Rev. Chester J, Si10\J\: pe', l dtt;"rcl.h CU."I { ;S
SingalongAt r
be followed on Wednesday Ing Worship, 7:30.; MYF Fire- pastor. pe / I is
St. Mark'sAbout Thursday, and Friday Staff side, 8:30. : / J C' fair: #r
: MondayJr.. Girl Scouts :3 s ,1r Prayer Time, 9 a.m. Noon HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 1" (t# ; /e..t
40 men. women and Service of Revival and luncheon, 3:15: : Commission on Educa- (Highway 100 at Tlieressa) ::: ,, ,. .IN J a -I"'J This is a free choice ?t

children gathered In the Paris* 12 noon. Evangelist Class, 7 tion Tuesday 1j; _Official Board. 8. Sunday School-10 a, m. a 11ft" ,, .,...,.
,
WSCS Executive "
House of St. Mark's Episcopal: p.m. Revlal, 7:30. Morning WOI'ihl11 a. m. t a Aw 1f' 1 that man has,.but it isGod's
Church for a covered-dish supper -- W. A. Hogan, pastor. Board. 9:30: a.m.;WSCS General Training Union.-6:30: p. m I (1#'( I
Meeting 10. Jr. Girl '
and eingalong Friday night : Scouts Evening Worship-7:15: p. ni. \ j /11.K J'a desire that all
3:15.Wednesday Wednesday Night Player Services uI .
Following the supper the ",I "or"
t -- Younger Child :}: would seek Him. He
:: is our
7:30: in. Rev. -Merle
young children adjourned to MADISON STREET p. i
:
ren's Choir Rehearsal 3 p.m. i V It.!; f #
a Sunday School room to watch BAPTIST CHURCH Packham, pastor. ,'
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study .f ..re""v' / heavenly Father and desires
cartoons, while Rev. George Sunday School 9:45 :
: : Morning 7:30.: \ '
,
Young led the slngalong. Mr. Worship at 11. Dinner on the Thursday -- Chancel Choir FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ::: / < only the best for us. :

Young who was associatedwith grounds 12:30.: Youth Choir Rehearsal 7:45 p.m. OF STARKE I .. 5 :
this pariah In 1953 as Practice, 4:30.: Youth Fellowship SaturdayOlder Children's West Weldon St. and Raiford tin ., ,:;..r

a ]layreader. Is rector of Churchof Supper 5:45.: Training Un- Choir Rehearsal. 11 a.m. Road i ;;.\.. ., ATTEND CHURCH
Our Saviour, Mandarin.The ion, 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle, DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr., Pastor Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. .x : t',wrII
supper and singalong 7:15.: Revival Services, 7:30.: 11:00: a: m. :Morning: Worship; i, s :" a:: rIIIImm, t II mmllllml111rlIIlIIIl1Im 1 II t! I

were held to celebrate the REVIVAL TO STARTAT t:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00P. : I Sj;i II l'lrri!' ; : lImilllllmllllllll I
Feast cf St. Mark. Monday through Saturday BEULAH BAPTIST in. Evangelistic Services.

7:30: p.m., Revival, with con- "The Crusade of The Amer Week Wednesday Prayer:Meeting 7:00: p.m. MId. k\:. f lill.{ \ $ ', < The Church is God's appointed agency in this world I!
cluding service Sunday morn- : for the of His love 'for and '
icas" ;. r. spreading knowledge man
Revival "I"
will start Monday !
Pastor T. : ,
: E. OUIerHEILBRONS ; \ I
} c ; of HIS demand for man to respond to that love by ,
Ing.Tuesday night, May 5, at Beulah %
Baptist :
::: $
The TelegraphFor -Prayer Group. 9:30: Church on Highway 21 east of :;\, I i loving hit neighbor. Without this grounding in the 111 ..'

a.m.Thursday Camp Blanding. Services will BAPTIST ? I r t* '' love of God, no government or society or way of life
!
Sunbeams andGA's continue each night at 7:30 CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. ::;!:: ggsawJi ; ,S" will long persevere and the freedomt which we hold
:
I
3:30.Denton :::: 0' I!
Office Supplies) : through May 11. with Rev. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m jj: I to dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from t #o
Phone 964.6305 Sumrall, pastor. Merle Packham as evangelist.. Morning\ Worship il. Training J d. a selfish point of view, one should support the Church 'II! i
The public Is Invited.REVIVAL Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening' Ser t i is. ?" for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family, ii'!! ::
vice, i:3u.: Midweek fa aver ser \ t Ii
: : leyond !that however every person should uphold !
'rice. 7:30.: i; o\::::; &; :! and participate in the Church because it tells the truth il ; f
Crusade of Rev. L, Tommy Howe, Pastor :::::: I "2?> '" M Mj p OJ about man'I life, death and destiny; the truth which 1 : -. i
::3
,'I y alone will set him free to live at a child of God ] I!
I GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH j:# ""RGIIN If ..iI
The Americas Sunday School, 10 ,a': m. Mornj j

in;,' Worship 11 .a, m. and>7 p. j jm. I S .. i iI

.- Rev. Fred' Johns pastor : II.ililllllllll ; ;;; j
Hear Clifton I
W. Brannon, Evangelist NEW RIVER BAPTISTS \ I I t t lIillllllll I! .llllllllllilllllllllllmmmimlllmmmmmlllllllllllm! t !! ( I! ; l m i I mllllllllmll llllli 1I1II1IIIIIIL! I!lllllilllllltlllillll I I I!

School, 10 '11.. m. Morning \

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Worship. 11 a. m. Training 1\i
STARKE Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship! : o
8 p.- m. Wednesday :night service ;. .:<{

7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome ... xf.

'. -L. L. Parker pastor.
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FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH HURST SHELL STARKE 66"GULF !
f. FAULKNER
f L Lf Sunday Service: Sunday

School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- SERVICE SERVIC'E.I
ship, 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser SERVICE
vice, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service Ph.
:. AND Hurst Phone 964.6111 Bill Edwards 964.7311
Carl
Wednesday, 7:15: p. m.

r-; -Charles Reese, minister HAUL RENTALS Tire Tra-lng "

... BAYLESS HIQHWAT Headlight Adjusting ::

BAPTIST GHXftRCa Truck Trailer Brake Service J#
"
Sunday School 10 *jn. Pre. Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and ijI

acting: Services at 11. Tralnlac ', Minor Tune-Ups Alignment J
Union 6 p.m..EYenq 8en1ce.'I. .
Midweek Prayer Meettn( : Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE :
1011 N. Temple =..;:..-:,
Wednesday. 7:30. Everyone wel.
'- ,. come. Rev. George E:. ap. I PHONE 964.5899 AD Minor Repair

wen pastor. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
Heir Mrs. CUlt Brannon's Thrilling Testimony. From Club Woman and Civic Worker : STARKE BUILDERS f
to Christian Crusader. She was reared In minister's
a home and promised herself
HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
she would never marry a preacher. Her thrilling/ testimony reveals how she threatened Hlway 301 and 100 ..
CUURCII SUPPLIES Inc. LAWSON ;;
her lawyer and part-time preacher husband with divorce In an effort to prevent him ,
Sunday School 10 a ra. Morning .
from becoming an evangelist. Almost one million people have
heard her speak In 17 UO S. Temple Starke
tales and three foreign countries. Don't miss this opportunity. Worship at 11 Evening Featuring Ace Hardware MEAT MARKET ##
Worship! 7:30.Rev.. Carl ri Complete Paint Supplies

Clarke, pastor f; and Sporting Goods AND COLD STORAGE f
: May 5-12 -- Services 12 Noon and 7:30: P.M. fJ .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialize in Custom Slaughterlag. -

:. TUESDAY FRIDAY HAMPTON Cutting and Wrapping
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning c 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Free_
Lunch will be served to all who come to the noon services, and the service Worship at 11, Training f.

will be over in time for all to return to work by 1:00 o'clock. From 7 Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night WHOLESALE'

: to 7:25: P.M.: preceding the evening sen'lces.lr.: Brannon will conducta Prayer Meeting, 7:30, followed i; FLORIDA 24Ft. Wide
by choir practice. Starke Nun- Phone 9647059PALMETTO
class o nwhat it means to be a Christian. All are i invited ::
InC Home service 2:45: p. m. ; Also 12Ft.Wide
-Rev. Melvin Hamel, psr OI' EST STREETBRADFORD

THE CLIFT BRANNON STORY ij MOBILE HOMES '
CALVARY BAPTIST
ONTROL
: Clifton W. Brannon was born In a cast on a radio network and preach Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning 11 Campers and Trareltrallers COUNTY .
: South Georgia County, the first son several revivals each year of the more I Worship, 11 a. m. Training :.#
.. and the third child of a family of ten thus 16 years he practiced law. During Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service a OU fAt CD. Keystone Heights TELEGRAPH Ir
: childre.1.: His mother gave him to God this time he earned a 20 line biographical 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday 1
: before he was conceived In the womb. sketch In "Who's Who In OFFICE SUPPLIES
America" asa 7:30: p. rn -Rev. R. IX. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473.4320
Before he was conceived she repeated the lawyer He appeared as counsel In Butler, pao4r.DEDAN l 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. I
; prayer of Hannah, 1 Samuel 1:11: : "but caves before the U.S. Supreme Court TYPEWRITERS
wilt five unto thy handmaiden a man and all Inferior courts. He was general Phone 964.5745 for FREE
'; chil.d then I will five unto the Lord all counsel for a large manufacturing cor- BAPTIST CHURCH ADDING MACHINES
:' the days of his life ." She says curt was rorallo.i: and attorney for 15 other corporations BROOKER Inspections and EstimatesWILLIAMS BRADFORDABSTRACT
: foreordained to preach. Jeremiah 1J: which brought him I
economic
.
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning -
"Before I formed thee In the belly I security
Jr knew thee and before thou camest forth! The Blessing of God upon his workas I Worship, 11 a. m. Training CO. EDWARDS
:: out of the womb I sanctified thee and I president of the Baptist Brotherhood Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service -

:: ordained thee a prophet unto the na- Convention of Texas led !him to surrender 7:30.: -Rev Lacy Conway. Grocery and MarketTitle
''I' (Ions"Cliffs. to the will of God to preach as an ,..tor. JEWELRY Better Service For Your
r. father died when he was 18 evangelist. He severed all business re- Groceries Meats Feed
:: and he became the main support of his latlo-.shlp: In Spring/ of 1949 and became Airpark Baptist Chorea Problems -

:,: widowed mother and six youncer chlld- tetallv dependent upon preaching to Sunday School 9:45: ajn.; Morning Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL i
,; ren. HP continued his college at night support his family of five.
; and obtained an LL.B. degree He Worship 11:00 ajn.: EvenIng Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts |
; was For the period July I, 1949 through Jack and Gladys Edward
< admitted to practice law at the age of December 31, 1967. Brinnon has conducted Worship 7:00: p.m.; Wed BULOVA WATCHES
p 2e. Before he had practiced law a year 608 revivals. There have been Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Stark
he had "been licensed to preach. The responsibility some. 37.5041 additions to Southern Baptist 7:00: p.m. Study on Book of 142 W. Call St. Starke
::: of his mother's family kept churches where these revivals were held. Psalms.. >Nathan L. Modli&ff, 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312
J him from fully answering the call. His The number berg received by baptismInto pastor Everyone Welcome. Phone 964.7064
J5 unusual success In the law field also these churches was approximately
separated him from God's perfect will .10.109: and 6.100 coming by' transfer of EVERGREEN BAPTIST CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATTVE, Inc.
I for his life.However. letter Approximately: 400 people have Highway 125. Northeast of
, : he found time to be theMipply surrendered for full time service under Lawtey. Sunday School l.m Owned B>Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping. Our Members Live Better
. pastor of five Baptist curches. the ministry of the Brannons. Morning. Worship UlS. Sunday .:
I conduct a weekly religions radio broad. Night Service 1:30.--n.v! EJeetl'kaD7"Key.toBe.er.htaPhoae 473-4911

I r. R. L. Bennett pastor.

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getting along fine. Mrs. Robert Faulkner InJack- t!!t' "t' "t"fI Brooklngs In Columbus Ga. Mrs. J. O. Pons Joey and
Mr. and Mrs. John Watts
RAIFORDBy and children of the State Farm sonville. and attended the family reunion Jackie and a friend, Stanley
Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmta R.H- LAWTEYBy of Mr. Duck's brotherinlawand Stephens of Tallahassee were
visited his parents. Mr. and dish and daughter, and Miss sister, Mr. and Mrs W.M. weekend visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Watts in St.Mark'slast I
Mr. E H DoMwFriends >> their Elaine Whitehead, spent the : Enut BUnchard Hughes The special occasion Mrs. B. E. Reddish. Miss
and attended
_u ., weekend weekend at Daytona Beach. of the visit was to see their Terry Pons of Gainesville was
-r.rr 50th anniversary tea Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dobbs i IF V nephew, Phillip Hughes who Friday overnight guests.
of Mr. and Mrs. De- afternoon. and children accompanied Mr. I 9: 1 was on leave with his family Mrs. John Wright of Tampawas
I
witt Crews will be glad to know Mrs. Rubye Yarbrough was a and Mrs. Cecil Crawford Jr. -., DRESS REVIEW before going to Vietnam. He a recent visitor of Mr.
that Wendy Is home from the guest last week of her son- and children to visit Mr. and : 't"."... Lawtey members staged a has been stationed at an Ari- and Mrs. Charles Shuford.
Gainesville Medical Center and in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cathon In Pensacolalast ; dress review at last Thurs- zona Air Base.DeWitt.
'
weekend. I f i .day's meeting of Extension
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cason of I ( i rt j jI Homemakers in the Agricul-
Davtona Beach visited Mr. and tural Building at Starke. Tak-
Mrs. Theodore Rosier. Mr.and ; ing part were Mrs. J.H.Faulkner -
301 DriveInII Mrs. Robert Cason Mrs. Alice I Mrs. Harry P. Faulkner C. Jones Funeral Home

Cason, and Mrs. Joyce Norman / I Mrs. R. V. Duck, Mrs. O. J.
last Saturday.Mr. Boyett Mrs. Ed Durban, Mrs.O. .
and Mrs. Cecil Addison (I J E. Pearson Mrs. D. A. STARKE
Jr. and son of Gainesville visit- t I Jones Mrs. McFarland Mrs.
) ItE(:INS AT 7:00 P.M.
ed her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Tribe. During the social PHONE 964-6200
OMISSION: Adults 75c Students 60c Theodore Roster Sunday after Theresa Sherman of Lav te>' (second from left) was declared hour refreshments were ser- -

Children Under 12 Free noon. winner ef the CojnliwMe Spelling Contest held last week. ved by the Lawtey members.

Mrs. Marvin Dobbs and child- With her In photograph are: Dorothy Moore. Theresa's 8th KEYSTONE HEIGHTSPHONE
Fill.. SAT.. SI'N., MAY 2, 3, 4Double ren of Mulberry arrived last home room .leather at Anderson Junior High; Cornell HEILBRONN HOMECOMINGThe
grade
Feature Program Thursday to Join her husbandas annual Homecoming of 473.3176
WIlliams ot l RJE, first runner-up; and Lonnie Johnson! SpellingBee
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Heilbronn Baptist Church was
The explosive story of a guy with a guitar...and GUTS! Morris Dobbs and family for the coordinator al RJE.Theresa held last Sunday with a large

weekend.Mr. attendance. There was good

and Mrs. Charlie Bur- music by the choir, and sing-
Sherman WinnerIn .
representing neigh-
nett had as guests last week ing groups

NASHVIUE ville Mrs., Mary and Mrs.Johns Bessie of Jackson-Steel. County Spelling MatchTheresa mie boring L. churches.Howe delivered Rev.After an Tom-ser-Inspiring PICK A WINNER

I and Mrs. Walks of Cocoa message.
Rev.
,; ; v h .IECHNICOLOR.TECHNIcnPf( !; ( were Saturday luncheon guests vices, everyone enjoyed a pic-

of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bar- Sherman, 8th grade test.Other school winners who nic dinner followed by sing-
PLUS student at Anderson Junior High Ing in the afternoon. GO fOR-
match
rlngton. participated in the final l .
Mr. and Mrs.Earl Dobbs were and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. here were: Brenda Bass """ I
You can't escape accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman of Lawtey, has Brooker Junior High; Cynthia CHURCH ACTIVITIESOn THE CHAMPIONS ": ?
speller
declared champion -
Don Newmans and children on been Grlffls, Bradford Middle Sch- Monday of last week Rev.
The Stalking Moon.NATIONAL a visit to Mr. and Mrs. L.J. In Bradford County In schools 5 ool; Sharon Williams Hampton and Mrs.Don Denton accompanied OF THE TURF ,4

Mikell Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. among students grades Elementary; and Harold Young, a group of 14 MYF members 1 \
8.
Howard Register at Ocean Pond through The countywide contest was Starke Elementary. to the Sub-District meeting in -_
GENERAL PICTURES Presents Saturday night. 23 Theresa will compete with Lake Butler. A social hour THE 69 .
held Wednesday, Apr. at fhemateoJohnsonandEwrtwd.Outboard
6y
GREGORY EVA MARIE Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Jones Starke Elementary School with the winners from 11 other was enjoyed after the regular Mo tori,
attended the wedding of her counties In the District Con- meeting.On .
PECK
SAINT In
winners from each school
in.Pikula MulliQan Production' of sister, Miss Judy Jeffries to the county participating.First test to be held Saturday May Tuesday evening the Lake
THE James :Macon In Green Cove Carnell 3, In Jacksonville. State and Butler MYF members were
STALKING MOON
was
Springs last Thursday after- runner-up !National contests will be held guests of the Lawtey group ata
Williams of RJE, who miss-
TECHNICOLOR- 'qaFLORIDA noon. pelled "acoustic" in the final later with the concluding eventIn skating party. Refreshmentswere LAWNBOYSEE
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs rounds. Theresa correctly Washington, D. C. served to the 30 visitors
were honored with a family The District Contest was attending this event.
spelled this word and the next
supper last Friday night, cm sponsored by The Florida Abbie Harley Circle met at
"aerial, to win the
word, con-
their 39th wedding anniversary Times-Union. the home of Mrs.Richard Ches-
Those enjoying the evening with ser Tuesday night of last week.
them were Mr. and Mrs. L.J. THE

Mikell and sons, of Deland;
THEATRE Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmansand Historic; Romance Or AustriaTo SERVICE SCHEDULES
children, of Starke; Mr. Grace United Methodist: Sun- CHAMPIONLINEUP
and Mrs. Roy Clemons and day School, 9:45: ; Worship 11
ShowtimeWeekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00Fltll.LY children of Heilbronn; Mr. and Screen At Florida Theatrestrong a.m. and 8 p.m. Choir Prac-
Mrs. Gerald Grlffls and children tice and MYF 8 p.m. Wed.
Mr. and Mrs. James nesday. WSCS will meet at
SATI'RDAY MAY 2, 3 Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber The star-crossed Crown Pri- affections totmsmotner, the church at 7:30 p.m. Wed-
Onihle Feature Program Jones and son, and Mrs. Mary nce Rudolf of Austria whose and scorned his wife, the nesday. WSCS will meet at
Freeman. doomed love for young Maria Princess Stephanie for other the church at 7:30: p.m. Tues-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marton Vetsera flared quickly and women His last and purest day, May 6. 19" DELUXE
The Toughest Hellfighter of All of the State Farm had as Sat- ended mysteriously 80 years love was the lovely young Maria First Baptist: Sunday School -

urday luncheon guests Rev. and ago with their joint deaths will Vetsera, with whome he carriedout 9:45; Worship, 11 and 7:30.: with all the 'features
Mrs. Walks of Cocoa. screen in "Mayerling" play- a lucid pact on the nightof Training Union and Midweek
JOHN Miss Geraldine Reddish of Ing Sunday Monday, and Tuesday Jan. 30, 1889, at the hunt- Prayer Service, 7:30: Wednes- lor FINDER TIP 6-po.ltlon
Gainesville visited her parents. May 4-6. at the Florida Ing lodge, Mayerling, deep. In helghtOfcut.
day.Church MOWING EASE I .
Theatre.In the Vienna woods."Hellfighters .
WAYNE Mr. and Mrs. Orin ReddishJr. of God: Sunday Sch-

l' ., over the weekend. ool, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 and -- S 5-po.ltlon
Terence Young's epic 7:30.: YPE 7:30 Wednesday. handle
appriased by
KATHARINEHELLFJGHTERSt Mrs. VermellHodgesotGaln with
treatment of the historical Highland Baptist: Sunday School -
V esville visited Mr. and Mrs. romance Omar Sharif portrays John Wayne as the most action 10 a.m. Worship 11 and 'N safety
IROSS, Earl Dobbs Monday morning.Rev. Rudolf, Catherine Deneuve his packed film he has made plays 7:30.: Choir Practice, 6:30.: HoY for
: ', 'r 1,1 and Mrs. Jack Stolte of 17 yearold mistress Maria Friday and Saturday May 2-3 Prayer Meeting 7:30: Wednesday Storage.I .
at the Florida. Young screen
Georgia visited friends here Vetsera, Ava Gardner appearsas P.t'.d
sensation Katharine Ross, Jim
last week.
'"
the beautiful Hapsburg em-
carbon steel!
Mrs. Alice Cason visited Mrs. Elizabeth James Ma- Hutton, and Vera Miles also blade with
,.-., press, ; star In the story of the highly .
Susie Dobbs In Bradford County son as her husband and the PERSONALS; stabilizer
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR' PANAVISiON' Hospital Sunday. dynasty's final major figure, specialized professionslas who friends arc pleased to know I I
put out roaring oil well fires
FranzJosef.The that Mrs. Charles Shuford Is
PLUS Mrs. Patrick Dickens recently under constant threat of death, Improving in Bradford County _/ STARTS ;;
which becomes a major con-
attended a party at the Hosptial.
beautiful city of Vienna
In cern to the women who love Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrick of LOW AS
home of Mrs. Sandy Cogdlll and the palatial surroundings AS
them. "Three Guns For
Starke. of the 19th Century rulers are Tallahassee were overnight
Wilber Jones Texas, starring Peter Brown of Miss Elizabeth Terry
Mr. and Mrs. guests
brought to life as they were '
Mr. and William Smith, Martin Milner of last week. Mr. Here's frisky budget-priced Lawn-
had as Sunday guests 80 years ago by Terence Young. Wednesday a
A I IA Mrs. Walter Norris of Jack- James Mason, for Instance, and Albert Salmi, make up the and Mrs. Carl Moore of Live Boy,featuring the top-of-the line Lawn- $7995

sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. plays almost the entire film on double bill.Gregory. Oak called during the afternoon Boy engine! Variable speed throttle.

UNIVERSAL PICTURE flan me tiCiTiNG UWEDO TV$no IN COLOR Verol Glover,Mrs.Irene Jones, his feet becaue that's the way Eva Marie Miss Arthuine Blanchard of Grass bag available!
and Miss Louise Batten of Pen- Frans-Josef worked. Peck and Jacksonville spent the weekend
Saint star In the taut Western
Sl'N.. MOX.. Tl'ES.IAY: 4.5.1 6MelrO'Guiowvpe ney Farms. "
drama "The Stalking Moon, with Miss Enza Blanchard.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs The plot is also built around
had as Sunday night supper the famous mothersonattraction at the 301 Drive-in. Peck Danny Waters, who Is stationed JOHNSON & FARIS Inc.
:Mar.;Omar Sharif-Catherine Deneuve guests Mr. and Mrs. Warren between Prince Rudolf and plays an Army scout who mar- at Fort Bennlng Ga., ,
Downing and children of Live his mother,Empress Elizabeth. ries a white woman, Eva Marie spent his wepkpnH leave with 224.W.
.
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James Saint, who has been a host- Mrs. Danny Waters and his Ave Phone 372.3684GAINESVILLE

Oak.Mr.. and Mrs. David Browning Franz-Josef was stern auto- age and has a halfbreed son. parents Mr. and Mrs James

I I I I and children Starke were Sun- crat whose wife, Elizabeth Waters.
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. spent most of her time away Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Duck
Theodore Rosier. from the Vienna court, travel- The storv of their pursuit by spent the weekend with Mrs.
ling and practising her skillsas the woman's Indian husband and Duck's mother Mrs. Vera

the epoch's greatest horse- the adjustment to their new life ---
TypewritersAdding woman. makes the film."Nashville .

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DAY //OlJf'k Practices QuestionedDear
:
:r Another City MilestoneDedication 'mMf8& 7*
YE,4R Ai Gene:
I We address this letter to you. vestment. We further believe move questions to be answered!
l p for publication ss we believethe that the Public Service Commis- We have every confidence in

of the latest expansionof ing every action of public officials. i public should be informed sion should demand answers the Commission's attorney to

the Starku power plant last weekend As much discussion as took place, + I with respept to the 40 per cent regarding Just inter-company how prof'!sand !bring to light all of the above
much Florida
represents another milestone in the progress over the expansion during the past two I I rate Increase being sought; State Telephone Company's and much more.
as-
The address
of the
State Telephone state -
agency
by the Florida
: of our city. years, it seemed the only-course if the sets are overstated by Inter- hearing the case Is the FlorIda

Expansion of the 72-year-old city city is to continue to operate its own Company We believe that a rate Increase company charges (over and Public Utilities Commission,

owned electric system consists of the power plant. I should be denied since. above competitive bidding Tallahassee, Fla,

addition of a 1,750 kilowatt capacity This milestone, however, probablydoes a \ The Continental System does costs. ). Sincerely:

generator along with accompanying not compare with the-one in 1923- d not by Its own admission, per. These are but a few facetsof Neil Tucker"

enlargements to the plant to house when three councilmen were defeated II i ;Y mit our local telephone: com- this case. We have manyRemember.1.Jimmy M"-Ra;:

I 1 the new turbine. It replaces the last after approving bonds to convert the w. pany to obtain competitivebids

of the "old" power plant located at; system from direct to alternating cur- on products or services
obtained froma
Church and Call Streets since 1901. rent and provide 24 hour service. Priorto that Continental can be subsidiary. I IBy

Operable' on either fuel oil or natural. that the city had electricity only fora Since, by their own adm'.sfilon '! -

gas, the new Worthington engine in- few hours at night and one hour each there is a built-in profit

creased the total capacity of the power morning. It was shut off in the daylight from one subsidiary to another, .

plant to 7,500 kilowatts.The hours! and since telephone rates are Alice
1968 peak load was 4,500 kilowatts One of those former "city fathers" based on plant Investment, McGaneyButton ; 25 Years Agody

and would have exceeded, the DeWitt C. Jones was present at Ntl it is quite conceivable that for button Who( has the

capacity of the plant before long, had the dedication last Saturday. He recalled cable inter-company supplies', charges and services button? Lura Burgess had, in Weavers with their choir.

the new engine not been installed..En- stoking the old wood-burning are inflated to such an extent fact. She had thousands and They sang every Sundayat

rgment of the plant was necessary if engines in the first power plant, as a that the plant Investment of thousands of them because she the Post Chapel of Camp

the city is to continue to enjoy the youth, and still does not waver in his this company is considerably sold! them for a Jacksonville Blanding as the choir, muchto

dependableservice to which its resin faith in the plant as a necessity to the overstated, when in fact if the department store as a vacation the enjoyment of the soldiersand

; : dents have become accustomed.In city's financial independence.Our TIME FOR TAXPAYERS TO WAKE UP same material or services had Job. "1 Wacs stationed there.
competitive This capable and ambitious Making up the group were
been purchased on a
his dedicatory address Saturday, municipal power plant has comea Employed Americans will work two and a half basis the company's returnon school teacher at Clay Hill Lorene Moncrief Wanda

Rep. Gene Shaw touted, and rightly long way since the turn of the cen- hours every day in 1969 (a total of 65O hours) to its Investment would b3 School was spending the first Pearce, Esther Crews, Margie
:, so, the city officials who saw the expansion tury, and the imposing structure on more than the 8 1-4 per cent of the summer vacation work- Patel, Pat Keen Margaret
federal and local bills. The 10
their
I through. Shaw noted that such EaSt Call Street can be viewed with pay state tax Continental has asked for. ing in order to make money for Beam and Margaret and Melba

installations are not built by people pride by citizens, as well as officialsof percent surtax last year accounted for a hip; jump Why should the telephoneusers her tuition at the university Striniffellow.

who stand on street corners condemn the city.vehicles in federal taxes. Of course, state and local taxes. be penalized becauseof summer term when it opened.She With Our Men in Service ((1944)):
.
some accounting and legal planned to further her The young people of Brooker
are climbing, too. ,
: maneuvering to permit such education in order to be of more had a picnic and swimming:

I : practices as mentioned above? service to her children at party recently at Glen Springsas
has increased
load
Joint Fair The average American's tax a farewell to two men
ProjectIt's We have no axe to grind for school and in 1944 a school young
drastically over the years. In 1902, all taxes the company to obtain maxi- teacher's salary was not larpe. who would soon leave for duty

federal, state and local came to SI8 per capita. mum tax benefits, but not at She had made many friends' with the U S. Navy. The boys

difficult to remember now, when to have a hard sunace to un- In 1918, the figure was $377 and by 1938, 8628. the expense of the people. during her first year In this were Billy Crosby and Howard
the is dry and dusty just load livestock and for Since 1963 it Is a known fact area and many of them stoppedto Douglas
ground so equipment
ex and
For 1969 the estimated tax hill, federal, state see her In Jacksonville. Armond M. Thomas Seaman
that six or seven employees
how wet it was in Bradford County hibits. The midway may also come into and First Class with the CoastGuard
for them Mrs. Daisy
local, will be S1,23O every man, woman have either been discharged!' Among were
during the recent county fair. the picture with strips being paved to child in the United States according to the Tax quit, or have died. These em- Lang of Clay Hill with whom was recently transferred
But we can yet recall how apprehensive keep our feet dry while touring the ployees have not been replaced, she boarded: Mrs. Peter Brln- from his post at Tortugaa Light

were our fair officials that the rides. Foundation, Inc.It's as we are told. The approximate .son and small son; Mrs. Gus- Station In Key West; to Manhat-

first-time-ever appearance of Miss Tucker's proposal has some merit in fiscal decrease in salary costs sic Wilkerson and little! daugh- tan Beach, Brooklyn N Y.
America at our fair might be cancelled that the city and county spend money time to rediscover !! sanity by insistingon atone Is upwards of $43,000) per ter. Joy and Mary Jo Kent lie said about 500 Florida boys

of reduction in nonessential public expendituresat annum. Continental says: salaries ; TELEGRAPH reporter. were stationed there and that:
because of the mud. .Cancellation each preparing the fairgrounds.This .
year
I' } and local. Miss Burgess had started to they were freezing! in the cold
level federal state have increased since they
the young beauty's visit would not is not the first time county and every acquired Florida State. Have write a column about the happenings northern weather. M'ssed that

I have been a major tragedy, but it, city equipment and employees have The only way this can be accomplished is for taxpayers they increased In Starke? It Is in and around Clay good old Florida sunshine

; would have been a disappointment to been tied up with the fair. Both the demand action and keep the on doubtful in view of the above. Hill and she still writes that Kenneth Walter Martin son'
those who looked forward to seeing Council and :Commission may find it to pressure We believe! Continental is column although she has not of Mr and Mrs. Walter Martin

I'' such a luminary visit our small county. cheaper in the long run to come up until they receive satisfaction. making a fair return on itt in- lived in this area for many of Lawtev, recently graduated

We can also recall the hundreds of with $2,500 for such paving. It might years, and her many friends from Aviation Machinist! Mate

loads of sand hauled to the"! fairgrounds also save time and taking men off need- .r enjoying hearing of her that School at Jacksonville Naval
Air Station tte was' an honor
f by city and county trucks and work ed fobs next spring. FarmersWith way. student and his new rating was

by public employees in spreading the Fair Associations organized under a Diary Another well-loved person Petty Off cer third class;

gravel. general state law in Florida, time test- who was in the news at the

will recall of road ed in .same time was Mrs. Lavonla
Some people use courts, are recognized as being Daylight Saving Tim
because live for Whatever aid in Willis who had recently diedat Edwards Family
graders vividly they on a public purpose. again we are having an extra
the of 107.
roads then unpassable after the week's the form of money, equipment, or ser- hour of daytime in which to It all depends, of course, on Mrs.Graham Willis! at was born age in Geor- Named To AngusAssociation

rainfall, and the graders were at the vices the city or county is disposed to work around the yard after whether a lake is state-owned gia in 1836 and rememberedthe Posts

fairgrounds. give the Fair Association would be dinner, if we can find any en- for owned by Individuals. Santa deprivations of Civil War
left after full day. Trouble Fe Lake is owned by the state,
what be solution legal under this statue. ergy a
Comes now may a times. She often talked of those Maurice Edwards Jr. Bradford:
at least partially, to the problem of We realize the trouble will be In with the whole scheme, so but Brooklyn Lake is privately days and of how she happenedto cattleman. has been elscted
far as country people are con- owned. And we're told that
in each with the come to Bradford County. of the Florida!
getting the fairgrounds shape coming up green-backs. The cerned. is that they customarily when the waters of Brooklyn vice-president
year. City Councilman Neil Tucker has city, for example, has roads that need got in their best work early in Lake recede as often is the Left a widow with seven stir Angus Association at the

proposed another of his "joint pro paving and can hardly forego that to the morning before the heat of case, the lakefront owner's dren and also losing her father, groups annual meeting in Pal-
By Sam McGarveysupply who vas killed by a sniper'sbullet
jects." He wants the City of Starke, pave the fairgrounds. The county, too the day. i property line moves out to the while chopping wood she metto Ifs: wife April, Mrs.2526.Betty Edwards,

Bradford County, and the Fair As. has places for its funds. of water. In this area new water .line., decided to accept her brother's was elected president of the
sociation to undertake raising about But both groups might do well to in- One Florida weekly paper got the ponds and swamps are full invitation to migrate to Florida. Florida Angus Association Auxiliary
twisted on the idea last year of water but the surface The difficulty in placing a
yet,
$7,000 for 3,751 square feet of paving vestigate councilman Tucker's propo Brother Jesse Johns had a large His son Tom. 17, was
and notified its readers to set have little bearing phone call between Starke and
conditions
at the fair complex. sal to see if it might not save tract of land in the New River elected president of Florida
money;
their clocks back, Instead of on our water supply, which Lawtey will soon be resolved, and
section of Bradford County
Immediate would be forAmateur in the long ( Junior Angus Association.
objective run. ahead an hour Last week, the comes from distant places. we're told, as the phone com-
children
for her the
sent a wagon Young Tom also placed sec-
.
repeated the pany is in of
paper :same story process doublingthe
and their belongings. The
ond in the showmanship! con-
and we Imagine that the editor Now that the market season number of trunk lines be-
I full and no
was soon
ThievesA wagon test at the statewide meetingand
is having to do tween the two cities. When that
some explain for berries is about over with, room for her so. she and one jub.Iee sale. For the second
ing on how the error could be many of the fields have been> happens, subscribers should get walked
of the older boys straight Tom \will: h
Chicago-based Insurance publication last year-almost twice the $7.2 million made twice. Fortunately, the thrown open to the public on a better service and not the busy through the pine woods from the National year Showmanship go Futurity -
has come up with an Interesting saying "Spring Ahead, FallBack V-Plck basis and this is a good signal they get so often now. Jessup Ga. to New River. !
in Lexington. Ky.
footnote to the annual spate of reports bank robbers made off with. ." has simplified the pro- opportunity to get berries for One of the amusing things Later she married Mr. Willis Miss Donna Wiengardner:

from the FBI on the alarming Increase In the retail field, employes are cedure of turning clocks for- the freezer or for preserves. A that happened to us on the and lived in other parts of of Mor.ticello, Fla. placed first
ward and phone recently went
backward. fairly large volume of fruit is somethinglike
In crime.According also far ahead of their professional this. Alice answered the Florida but came back here in the showmanship;; contest.
sold in this manner and It "
"for her declining! years.
competition, stealing twice as muchas The wildlife population at our helps growers to get the most ring and a voice asked for witha
spent
Those were
to the Journal of American years
shoplifters. place Is increasing fast. Last from their plantings.In Johnny or Pete or some such daughter-in-law and son in Ag AssessmentsGo
: Insurance, it's not the man with week name and Alice
Sam saw a fox out in patiently ex-
The Journal estimates Graham. Always active! she
the mask and gun but the employe the total annual back, and this week Alice spotted checking into the laws related plained that we had no J. or P. often wandered away to town To Commission

I with the white or blue collar who l loss at $4 billion, dwarfing the a pair of foxes at the same to ownership of lakes we here This happens fairly fre and told her stories to any Interested
presents American business with its cost of all crimes of violence and place. At that rate we will found that in the case of a quently and we're resigned to listener. She also lovedto Applications! under: the Agriculture -

major theft problem. business losses caused by fire. soon be having a visit from the private Jake Individuals may the occurence as a part of hav- grow things and planted Zoning! Law will: be con-
All of which producers of Kingdom I own the surrounding land and ing a phone. siclersri by the County Commissioners
suggests that a fresh .the Wild pumpkins around the yard. Any when
Losses due to the bottom of the lake but that they meet at 9:3C:
employes helping look ,
I at the spirit of lawlessness activity with her hands was ,
In a talk with Water Re In this case though, after the a m Monday.
themselves to unauthorized a the public owns the water in it. and she quilted
fringe to her liking
abroad in the
land might be In order caller Under the law tho: 'e
properties
benefits sources Board official at Tallahassee All of which poses the question: was told nlalnly that no quilt.! Her
are rising at the many a patch-work
rate of 15
for a good many seemingly solid citi we learned that the what good is that if the people such person lived here, the natural, approved as bona fide
long life was perfectly
per cent a year for a total take In zens. state is now experiencing a can't get on the water without caller said! brightly: "Oh I she said for some memberof asTlciilture! : operations will: receive

I the very big money bracket. Staff Like charity, law and order beginsat drought that may have serious first trespassing on private guess you've got the wrong the family had lived to be aerlcul'ural assessments.Rerommendatlor .
pilfering cost banks alone $13.7 million home. affects on the underground land? number!I" : !:* concerning!
117 old.
I LAO CITY| REPORTER years the n";pica! bns are! mad bvA"e

Some local girls were making( 'sor Gene Long: Finalapproval

:' quite a name for themselvesand rnrst ba gt\enby the
1 -+ it's women's $296,500 Racing Commissioners.:
a became known as the Melo-
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"Speaking of Americanism, a trade We Americans have no neea to march, _

paper of our business has an idea which, or barricade, or brick, or burn. If you other Bradford county County in the, state and ,every had

if it can be sold to the placard-bearing, have an idea worth putting on a pla- By Martha Sue McCain received $296,500 in racing tax-

riot-starting, and sitters-in, might solve card, it will sound even better as a let- ,- ''County Extension es during the current racing

the problem. Suggests the paper: 'The ter in the newspaper. If you aren't \ Home Economics Agent season and there are still thrM

letter-to-the-editor is the nation's saf- satisfied with things as they are, pro- distributions! to go. -
ety-valve the place a citizen can test the American way write your called macrocytic anemia. In The April! &hare of this year's --

Pjotest. whether it be chuckholes on newspaper.'" NEW RECOMMENDED: this. anemia, the mature red proceeds*' amounted to $55.500 ".;\38

Street or. foxholes in Viet Nam.. Broomfield, Colo., Star-Builder DIETARY ALLOWANCES! blood cells are fewer In number per county;, Increase of $1.500
The 1968 revision of the Re- larger in size and contain over last year's receipts at this
commended Dietary Allowances less hemoglobin than normal. time according to the State :o
:
from the National Research The young red blood cells in Comptroller's office. !
's 60 Sooting
Council lists nearly twice as the bone marrow megalo- Since the beginning of the ;; t'tet

many nutrients. as the last' revision blasts) fail to mature during; racing season In November revenue ;=

The Bradford did. folic acid deficiency. from the taxes have topped
County For the first time, recom- Probably the main Job of all records and have produced

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED If. --'" mended allowances have been follc acid is in the. formation of a total of $20 million for Bv Lvnn H.imHon.: ( of Southern Mnrn.

, '. ... listed for phosphorus, magen- certain compounds needed for the Florida counties.
: 1879 << Z .isum, iodine and vitamins B6. synthesis of nucleic adds. The tax is imposed on bet Start them young is good advice to boating parents.Don't .
I ;t B12, E and folacin, or folio These are vital to the nucleusof ting on dog and horse races let too much parental concern keep you from teach-
C all cells. As a part of enzyme and on Jal Alai events. The rate
# ing your youngsters how to operate a boat and motor.You'll .
= acid.Fcla folic acid helps in the Is eight per cent on horse racing -
systems,
fr =? -1n has been called! by a
.m" ; : :: be surprised how sensible and skillful your daughteror
MtMUTA one Bible variety of technical names, but building of certain amino acids seven per cent on dog
will become in time.
son
a veryshort
to prefer folic that in turn build body proteins.As racing and five per cent on
See what love the Father usage appears
FLORI A NESS It Is next to a result of complicated Jai Alal-plus breakage In each There are several factorsIn sters the do's and don'ts
folacin.
has I John acid or
given us.-( 3:1)) favor of early instruction.
the B-vltamins discovered research, folic acid was first case. Boating will help establish
T\ON the last of First, can't beat .
ASSO.itr_ I Some people need to know and found to be necessary obtained from liver in 1945 and for wholesome you! recreation.boating It's respect. for rules and regulations -
that they are important, that for all vertebrates, includ- produced synthetically. A long the perfect outlet for youth's When giving instruc
/ ". ) they are worthwhile. We have ing man. It's needed for nor- list of experiments before that- abounding: energy. You rarely tions,local explain rules the When reason your behind
beginning in 1921 paved the hear of a boy getting Intotrou'le
the capacity help these peo- mal growth and reproduction. son Is on the water himself
ple to find themselves be- It helps to prevent blood disor way for Its discovery. Then, la when he's a fishing this training will help him
buff or water ski enthusiast.
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher come aware of their impor- ders. It's Important for living rapid succession there came to develop a sense of responsibility
*I reports of research concerning Early instruction also lays !and self-reliance.
Published each Thursday and entered as Second tance in God's good world. chemical reactions in each cell. the foundation for years of
Oaf Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida Your prayers, your faith in Folacin, or folic acid, deficiency Its functions In human health.acid safety afloat. Once learned, When a youngster sharesIn
foils the
In man results in a The best sources of fun he should share In
.. under Act of March 3rd, 1879. them, the love you pour out on gastro-tn- are liver, yeast and leafy vege- the basics will stay with your the work. Assign routine
smooth, red tongue; youngsters. They'll be able to
Subscription in trade area: 1 year, W.OO; Outside them will help them to hear the testlnal disturbances; and diar tables. Good sources are greenvegetables pass them along to their tasks. such as storing equip-
voice of God in them saying, "Early to bed, early to rise, ment properly This will instilla
trade area: 1 year. $5.50 rhea. The main symptom, however such as asparagusand friends and someday, they'lleven for
"You are my beloved child." blood disturbance broccoli, nuts, whole wheat enable you to save enough to be showing their young- respect propertythat
-=, .. to a : will carry over into other activities
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products and dried legumes. An otherwise. ,

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BEEF: SPECIALS THRIFTY MAID or
1-Lb. ASTOR_From JACKSONVILLE...limit; I w'$"._mar,.'.', DIXIE CRYSTAL COURT IN AND FOR BRAD-
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN HO BEEF i SUNSHINE IN
COFFEE. 49 FORD COUNTY FLORIDA.
\ STATE . PROBATE FILE NO. 11640.
Chuck Roast 59 Limiflw/S3. orfnorpur..Mcl.cigt. IN RE: ESTATE OF LILLIANB.
Gt.BIu.,Whit or Cold Water ARROW Prom JACKSONVUll GHAMES.: Deceased.

USDA CHOICI W-D BRAND CORN FID BEEF NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO

,::_. DETERGENT PERSONS ALL CREDITORS HAVING .CLAIMS AND
Chuck k.
5 tea 69
SUNSHINE a] OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
...
,. \ STATE 12- CHEK CANNED ALL FLAVORS-Fcom ORLANDO

USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEEFCalif. r ESTATE You and: eaeh of you are here-

Roast. 7 9* DRINKS .15/$ 1 5 by and notified demands to present which any you claims or

LB. Id-...TROPICAL GRAPE-from OILANOOUSDA either of you. may have agaLnst
CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEEF SUNSHINE the estate of LILLIAN B. GH

< STATE JELLY 3lOr. 1 BAG La. T' County AMES, to deceased the County, late Judge of l said of

Sh'ld.I Roast 89USDA . Bradford County Florida., at hiscffice

.. DEEP SOUTM-From ORLANDO In the court hcuse of
CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEEF BONELESS said County at Starke, Florida
SUNSHINE' MAYONNAISE* within six calendar months
Round Steak. $1 09 STATE / from the time of the first pub-
lioatioa of this! notice. Two copies -
,.. Jumbo WHITE OR ASSORTED ARROW PAPIR-From PALATKA LIMIT' 1 OF YOUR CHOICE' WITH of each claim or demand
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED lEAN SHORT $5.00 OR MORE PURCHASE shall
shall be In -writing, and
L TOWELS..4/l. EXCLUDING I CIGARETTES state the place of residence and
Beef Ribs 59 postoffice address: of the claimant
. LB. SUNSHIME and shall be sworn to by
STATE W-D BRAND LEAN PLATE BONELESSBeef the claimant, his
and accompanied by a.
CHARCOAL. 99 tiling! fee of cue dollar and such
Stew .39 claim or demand not eo filed
T B shall be void.
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46-ai.THRIFTY MAID PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT or ORANGE l.C.-Frorn ORLANDO

3 us. $159 SUNSHINE ; DRINK 4/$ 1 NOTICE OF-INTENTION- TO

\ STATE . REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given! that
13-oe. LYKE'S-From TAMPABEEF
the undersigned, under the provisions -
: of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof
SWIFT'S I
STEW3/$1. Florida. Acts of 1941 will
register with the Clerk of the
I. SUNSHINE Court, In and for Bradford
PREMIUM I No. 1/2 Con LYKE' VIENNA-From TAMPA Circuit
STATE County, Florida upon receipt
.F of proof of) publication of
SAUSAGE..S/$1. this notice the fictitious name
of Watson Egg Farm under
No.303 Can STANDARD-From HOMESTEAD which we are engaged L. business

|p SUNSHINE 1.No. Mario at Graham and Enes Florida Campanella,
TOMATOES8/$1.
\ STATE H Dated this 21st day of AprilA.

.303 Can REAL '. D. 1969! at Starke, Bradord
County, Florida. 4-24 4t 5-15
ACRE "PEAS'41$ 1.
b SUNSHINE, !ElKhth. The Circuit Judicial Court tlrruK.: Of Florida.Florida la And

STATE rf Hall Gal,.HE A.H-From TAMPA.limit w'u.or more purchote end.. cigor. .He. For Caie llradford:'10. 5:17: County
19 Plaintiff. -
$ INEZ. -VH-OVEDA WALLACE TAYLOR LOUIS:
CLOROX 29'POUND TAYLOR Defendant.

. The Name NOTICEIn Of The State Of

Florida WALLACE LOUTS) TAYLOR
TO:
4 Products ofJACKSONVILLE Residence: Unknown
You Are hereby. Notified' thata
suit for divorce of the mar.
the
between ymi and
doge Plaintiff, INEZ OVEDA, TAY.... -
CAN LOR, has been filed airalnst .o.u8S
bv IXE2! OYEDATAYLOR
i7t* DX> lARUNO BROWN N'SERVE WIN Defendant as Plaintiff In the
styled Court and cause
DIN. above
ROLLS2/49'
and you are required to file your
Complaint -
u 01 Dix, ''B !OA/tlNO CARE defense or answer' to the with the.Clerk
therein
ANGEL FOOD 29< of AS the filed Clrr-uit Court In
and for Bradford. Countv, C"urthouse. -
Starke. Florida 32091.
and nerve n coPe| thereof upon
FRESH FLORIDA PRODUCE aid Plaintiffs attorney! BartonT.
:MnlnStreet
North
D"uRla* 1 101 .
1228
Post Office Drawer
IRISH FLORIDA KID RIP STRAW. C.lla Bog YOUNO CRISP FLORIDA Pkg. RADISHES HEADS ESCAROLE,ROMAINE ORBerries. Gainesville. Flo111132! 01. on or

4$1.! Carrots 2 3'38:' 25* Endive. .. 229IRESH farnthewill before fall. tn May do relief be 21.en.taken demanded 19R a Deftu't' :airaln't.and In If.Tudl vnu said the!!'-

thereafter!
and
FLORIDA WHITE OR YELLOW CHERRY" RED U.S. Nor 1 SWEET JUICY FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT OR cause Complaint nhnll prooeed.. Ex: Pnrto.. seal.

Corn. 10 I 59* Rhubarb 2 39'' Oranges 5. 49* .I ......... EXTRA. : ,r..u..i .X.rR: /4. of Anrll.Florida.SFAL WITNESS snld. A.. (D."
: I I dx! GREEN STAMPS ::1. I I .1. M GREEN STAMPS ( >
YOUNG TENDER FLORIDA POLE LARGE FIRM HEADS FLORIDA URGE FRESH HEADSBeans..2 ... .. A. TarhyClerk )
"I"rlell
"-"'''' '" N'' '" | lM 40wr Hi*M ruiC a l 0*
: .... : ; a: : of the Circuit' Court
39'' Cabbage ,6* et 2/49J* a w-o CHOPPCO BCCP I I ed W..f e La Ground W-D BMANO Beef LEAH In Aid For Bradford County
uee. SteakettesOOOO FI..rlda.By
. .. i; j I, GOOD TNNU MAY 7 Beulnh M. Moody
THRU MAY J Clerk
#43 ...,.. #46 ... ...... Deputy 4.11 4t 5.1
B- OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY ......_. .. .'"-_........................._._.:......-....__ ._._"_"__v..__. ._. ___ :.:1..._..._........."..v.01. _.......... -

: .EXTRA. ;: Ex..TR. :':1 EXTRAdx : NOTICE OF LEG V5tATIOY!

MEAT PIES . 6/$1 :i III I I *471 T tf GREEN i Ml*(Oh row STAMPS 4 R>*HllFI*tot***STAMPS>.* ( .*#* :' I I !! !; To Notice Whom Is apply hereby It to given the May 1909!cf Concern Intention Session
ego ors to
IN.
Half Ool. THRIFTY MAID All FLAVORS :'I J..., LAWN MOWER< OR : J71 ONE CH'L.' ."... e :,, J.., .OU'j.'NC.L': : ': lrIlEx.--RA.: 1 of the of Florida an act Legislature re,eallngChapter'
: '! Lawn Edger : Lawn ChairOOOO : ,. s ( : for passage Law
,> t' .. : General
-1. ;' :t L' GOOD THRU MAY 7 which
ICE I MILK I /$ 1'j, ", OOOO...... TMOU M.....MAY... T : NII ." THU M. ...MAY,.. T :1 "N14' ., ., ....., 5 : of Florldt ACT to prescribe Is entitled the:
. ..-.__... ........._.._ ... ._._. ..... .-O-: L.I.;' ......... ; commission"AN of and the fixing county, the tax compensation :collector

Ouartl BIROSEYE. :' EXTRA. :; Ex.--RA. 'sr:, EXT. I: EXTRA : ai.d the county assessor

n:,! 300, I d7l..-GREEN:!"" -STAMPS. N N :: I dpi(:! MWI GREEN*t,* STAMPS*,,FKMHONC :, I I A-H W mt.M GREEN*<..rM.N STAMPS : I I 4-H. GREEN' STAMPS : of population taxes., In of counties more than, having twelve eighty a
*ar*n I.OVPV** 4< *t4 fONK three hundred "
COOL WHIP I 2/$ I ::1 .I :, TWO pica*. .. 3.L*. OM HOMKU 1 thousand and not more thantwelve
: I.., ONE FOLDINGLawn I..., ANTIC' cmcu-t'' d.., .OA CHOICC1ONKLC9.I (11.3 SO) thousand four! hundred
::1 ,. Chair ::1 ChaiseLounge : IU,. White Acre Peas : ,. Beef Roast : ninety (12.490) according to the
j. !; .. census;
1 l.: t" 0000 THOU MAY 1 ; 0000 THMU MAY Y I.: 'I. 0000 THAU MAY V : '' OOOO THRU latest official decennial
: NI ...... .....,.. : N7 ..............., : *.S .... .. ...... "NIB' .... MAY 7 setting: effective date."
.._..__................"........... ...-_-.....-.-....................L..._.__._.........................:.........-...-.............."......c: Bradford Gene Lour County, Tax FI.o.1'21.la.t Assessor. 5.15

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Notlo la hereby given that on th* 29th day of May 1969 ., stark, 179J-7..Con aw Cor of MW* of 7T Bun E 710 Pt to*POD NNt300 Ft, : 0295-.Bog At 83 Cop of 1-A !Sq! In
:;JUlIe, ef Bradford, stat of Florida tax e.le certificate b. mid
will 3Vt of SWt K 60O' to /\. B so Pt. a 300 n, w 30 Ft TO SW Cor of Bit of Nwl of SSf. M w
on the following deaorlbed land to pay th* amount. due for texee herein Or Rd, N on DA. 069 W 15' FOB 22 6 22 1 Luvanim Jam** 80.03 *50' to POUR W 210', N ,
.et onnoette th* vim' together with all eoit of .uoh ala and all "d- on W H/W for FOB N 210', B 210'. 8 60. To FOB 32 6 M Wllll.m Simmon 6. ')
vertl Bins.Deeorlption. N 9 Deg >}' B 2li'. a 80 .672..Co.. At .14 COT of NWt' of swtRun
210'. S 13 Deg 28" 't 510 Tt' For FOB, N 200 Pt. 0296..t A In SB Cor of 1 Sq A In
Amount. of W 101,3'. 3 JO* to 'OB B 5W} E SO Ft, 3 200 Ft, W 50 Ft To sw Cor of B* of NWi of SEt 32 6 22 Alii Whit 30.0J
of TaxelAo of NWi of SWi ,4 of N of FOB 22 6 22 Lottl. Reynold
land Sea Twp 2g. ) Oonr ana Coat Of NW} of SWt B KWt of SWt of Bet. 30.53 0297-liA Lying N A w of Boy 301
8Mtp 28 5 22 31 Donald F Bennett 38.12 Bed s By Chaubera, H By H.ox,
)-C--8+ r s )/" of si of swi 4 at ota t679-.Co, At SW Coo of Nit of SWt N By MoCaalln, S By Hwy 32 6 22 .1...,. OrnBroon ...
or swi or ss{ A St. Rd. 1803-A--Lot )). 30 4 N4 of Lot Hun S 460'3 N 230 Ft, 150 Ft ".11
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SWt of SWi Ex R/W 8 7 10 12 4 Chmloal. Co. 706.10 par 1 a 14'' MIL To POD William Simmon 60.72 J.oI
1820 Lota 06,07 4 II 4. of Lot 51Woodlawn 1681..Com. 060 Ft B 4 230 Ft N of '
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ss* ssi or Nit 8 a/" of swt 1831-A--Bap In SW Cor of Lot 38 'Ua jg
of NSi NWi of Sli LWNO of N 115' For FOB. 100', N 100', *700--Com At NW Cor of Sit of swt <299--SEt} of Not of SEt Ex:: Far
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50 In Woodlawn ]1' 22 1 Rousing SarTlo i712--Com at NE Cor of swi of swi ;
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to FOB 1 6 21 1 Lon Sweat I 4.44. W of hH 4 SEt of NEt: U of RR626D 36 22 27 Joeeph B Bakken.Jr *820-B.-Lot 3,0,5,6. 4 7 of Blk 1 4 Traot In 31 Cor or NEi of SEt
B Winifred Ore en 78.51 Lot 1 of Blk a in Flnebreez S 176' 123.6 Ft, N 176'. W ijNomeu r
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aiD,8)1Co 26 6 22 Longohamp, 4Bmard 123.6 To FOBFarmer. 30" 6 22 "Id State
:..il of swt 1 6 21 5 Eugene: B Nora 1965--COB, At NW Cor or Sit or swtor Const. 25.23' Ino. 10.09.
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Harold 210', S 210' To FOB 27 6 22 Broward Axrldg 68.71 FOB 30" 6 22 nobert F Bate 79.11
Brynlldim 21.43 1967-A--Con At 31 Cor Of SWt} of SWt
630-1-A In N.3 Cor of NEI Big 20' Run N 668' For PCB, 'W 100' N 50' t i899.Beg et SS Cor of SB}. N 172' 0578-.34 of SWi of Nut Bx ti/W 35 6 22 20 Dorothy streeter 38.56 %
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N 105 Ft 28 6 22 5 Margaret lay ;
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709--3S, of NE, Ex 1 A Cemetery 13 6 21 39 Frasl.r allay: fist Of 3nj E 210 For FOB, NKoII. 100-A Ex: Hy 4 Ex Rh 34A
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P)02.-tot. 1 4 2 of Blk 7 in L T 107.9' To FOB' 5 7 22 Albert: JanesSisaone
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)08. S6 To FOB Ex: R/W 16 6 22 6 Flat Lodge 077.51 rant
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Which Ll.* M Sot St Rd 125 15' 22 Floyd: B C.th. '1'--14 9 A ot Hwt ot al4t Ix N 1 A -xn-L-T CO* aiD 36.31 0786-A--1A Being 208.7' Sq In SB

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W of By 1411110. H Run I 29'.1' For pOB. N 210'. Bit.Oaorgi. 60." of NWt of SWt 10 7 22 Harmon Hall 5.13

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M r 4 ed contractor.The << Architects. and Engineers, 4019
Love Feast service 11 a.m.
Council of
City .tne
wedding will be an eventof Center Drive Post Office Box: City nf fltarka.' Florid Containing in :the aggregate 1-
Now About Mrs. T. B. Delestre In charge.
4860), Jacksonville, Florida.Speclficatlone .
June 15 In the New Bethel Merrill\ Edward 707 acres mora or lea,
Communion at 6 p.an. service. and contract docu- City Clerk has been filed against you
Baptist church Starke. Saturday ants may be examined, but not tep S-S and you are required to serve a
Dinners will be sold -
Colored Citizens ECHOOL NEWS procured at UtmiloiI:: theDirector oopy of your answer. to theoompla.lnt
May 3, from the parson- o-f ,
,. r" .. AU sepsons Interested In self- age, starting at 11 o'clock by Starke,. Florida. Ja.Judicial The Circuit Court, EIghf Brannon on the Plaintiffs Brown, Nor-Attorneys sfJ
In
Circuit.
r Copies of the specification And For
,
Improvement are asked to Inquire rts. Vooella A Haley State Exchange .
Captain No. 2 and coworkers.The and contract documents. may beobtalnel llrmlforri1 County Florida Bank Building PONt Office #)
at the Vo-Teoh Center or from the office. of Civil Action No. 542.
S RECREATION NEWSBaseball drive will terminate June Box 193. Lake City. Florida
.
RJE High for classes in .readIng Reynolds Smith and Hills located LILLIAN C. McGOWtN. a widow I20S5. and file: the original In
practice la being aritmnet1c.Sewlni 22. All members and friendsare at 4019 Boulevard Center et al, Plaintiffs. v.I. the office of the Clerk of the s
>J held Monday Tuesday and writing, and Invited to cooperate with Drive Jacksonville. Florida. Greeley McCOWIN II. et al.. Circuit Court on or before June See
and typing and other upon payment of 15 00 for each 1. 1969 otherwise. the allegations .
Defendents. :
? Thursday at.4 PJH. for) boys the benefit dinner at the par- .et, Any Contractor submitting of the will betaken
classes are taught at the Vo- 11. a bona tide bid. upon returning?' NOTICE OF StltT .f .::. ta.lnt
916. Softball ford on May as
girls 9-15 will be held each j CARD OF THANKSThe will bo refunded his payment Florida: This each notice week shall for four consecutive "THE PAINT PEOPLE"Complete
and the School.
v Wednesday at the Reno Recrea- High family of the late Mr. .for as many nn two com- To The Defendant: weeks In the Bradford
the J. OREELKY McdO'WW It
NAACP NOTICE I plete sets, provided documents -
t i meeting of John Power, who departed this are returned within ten and his wife TRUE E. McGOWIN County Dated Telegraph.this IS day of April.
- The next regular
life on March 31, wishes to days after bids have been received who are residents. of the 1969.
the NAACP will be held May 21 State of Alabama and whose. address SEAL)
(
'1 1 11. at 4 thank the many friends for No Bid Bond will bo
May p.m. required: ..
AME Churchat Is P O Box 8. ChapmanAlabama Charles
at Mount Pisgah
There will be a baseball game their acts of kindness during/ the Performance Bond I la required 36015 i are notified that Clerk Of CircuitrCourt Bradford Moore 2&
and Interested and shall ba secured from
8 p.m. All members -
suit to partition the followingdescribed County
their bereavement. -Mrs. Willie a
at the Reno Play-
; Saturday invited. and executed bv an agency" of property: By Beu1ah M. Moody PAINTS
, ground. The Little League and persona Mae Power wife.IfVlTATtOJT the surety or Insurance com UNION OOCIiNTY Deputy Clerk
There Is a year-round memo pany which agency shall havean 4.2& 4t 5-15
t League boys will play .. 6 20
Pony drive would established place of bitdnens Township South-Banco
bership and we and be duly licensed to conduct Ea..t: -
) Cove Springs starting at
Green appreciate ;yours TO-B1I business. In the State' of Florida. Section 16: NTVU of NWH ; B Line of Architectural
; 3 p.m. Mr. JacKson asKa all INSTALLATION:r OF GItOVofD-: Each bid should bn ad'lremedto vof NWtt ; and WH of VfA of Notice Of Intent To Introduce
i baseball fans to come out and CHURCH NEWS FAULT/ PRorEC'110: .'01& the Cltv Council. Starke, SW%. Local Or 8prclal Legislation
THE) CITY OF Sr.YllKK. Florida, marked "Installation of Section 17: TBVi ,of N15U; SW Pertaining To Bradford County Finishes Including
. enjoy the fun. He also Invites First Born Church of the Living FLORIDA Ground Fault Protection" and > of NEtt ; SV4 of NW& and Florida. ,
. interested parents and attic SEALED PROPOSAL will be delivered to the office of the Notice Is. Hereby Given that
all God is featuring the Angels Section
received by the City Council of City Clerk at the City Hall. 18: S% of Lot 10 and Application will be made to the SWIMMING POOL PAINTS
. yens to cooperate with .him In ,cf, (Mercy and Evangelist Tel- this City of Starke, Florida until either by a representative of ALL of Lots 11 and 12. 1969 Session of the Florida
improving recreation activities. fair Singers May 11 at 8 7:00: p.m. (Eastern Standard the bidder who- shall obtain a Section 19: Lots 1, 3 and SLots Legislature for the passage otA
on Time) on May 6, 1969 for the receipt therefor, or be renlnter-. 11 and 12 North of River. local or special law relating t.oBra.dtor4
With your help many things can p.m. Both groups are from Jack. Installation o-t Ground Fault ed mall with return receipt requested Section 20: WW of NEV4; NW

be accomplished. You may; visitat sonville. Protection In the Starke on five Power((5) generators Plant.- '/6 of NW'4 : SE% of NW% and home County rule powers Florida. to, providing the- Central Paint Stores Inc.
Tho Cltv reserves the right to
any time.NOTICE Mount Morlah United Church All material 1 and equipment waive I Informalities. In any bid, Sy" North 0' River.BRADFORD. COUNTY Board of County Commissioners. .; ,
I Rev. H. P. Hudson pastor. Sen- furnished shall be In accordance to reject any or all bids In Township 6 South Range 20 providing certain exclusions;
severablllty providing
providing
;
with the specifications and con- whole In with. without .
or part or
Dell Chapter 168 will bold regular ior Councils of the church are tract documents cause andor to accept E."t. an effective date. 636 N. W. 12 examine r Section 19: Lots 1, 11 and 13, Board Of County Commissioners.
meeting tonight (Thursday asking parents to send their thereto which may be bid" that. In Its. Judgment will South of River. Florida..
procured at the offices. of b.. for beat of the Bradford County. GAINESVILLE
or the Interests
o'clock In the Masonic Section 20: SV4 South of River, 4.24: 4t S.15
) at 8 children at 4:30: to practice Reynolds. Smith and Hills. City "f Starke EXCEPT SEW of SE%.
Hall on Brownlee St. All memo for the Mothers Day programto -

bers are asked to be present !be held on the second Sun- I

and on time.-Mrs. Alma Bacon day.

W. M. Mrs. Helen Smith All members and friends are N-I

Associate. Invited to attend Church School ;' P CELEBRATE

IN MEMORYIn each Sunday for the benefit of e

loving memory of our dear studying the Word of God and ,

mother, Mrs. Laura Whitmore: train the youth to have happy EAGLES

One year has passed dear hearts and love everyone.

Mother since God has called Greater Free Win Baptist O e WITH
DU' OVER
D/SCOUNI
100 STORES STORKS
you home; to be with Him In Church. Rev. Jasper Williams

Heaven, around the snow-white pastor. Monday night, Choir \ Save LOWER BETTER

throne. No. 3 rehearsal. Tuesday night PRICES QUALITY

We often sit and think of you Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Wednes- 5 d MORE

when we are all alone; far day night Prayer Meeting. WITH 100 WAYS TO SAVE *

memory is the only that Thursday night Ladles Circle.

grief can call Its own. Friday night Prayer Band OaCOUNI frOR.S

the faith and ran meeting. Saturday night din-

the She race kept with patience. We love ners will be sold from the kit- FRIDAY & SATURDAY THE ENTIRE CHAIN IS CELEBRATING THE GRAND OPENING' OF OUR'

you but God loved you best. chen. Sunday School, 9:30.: MornIng -

May you rest In peace In the :! Worship at 11. Evening ser- 103rd 1 STORE IN TARPON/ SPRINGS AT 902 S. PINELLAS SAVE MORE''

dwelling place. Paradise of God. vice, 6 p.m. Visitors always wel-

A faithful and loving daughter come. '

Mount Plsgah AME Church. LADIES'PERMANENT
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
MARSHALL-MANNING Rev. George Young pastor. Sun- BUSTER

ENGAGEMENT day School, 10 a.m. Morning .- -- MEN'SFAMOUS I 4 Ti PRESS

Booker T. Marshall Sr., of Service at 11. Evening service. REWEB KITS V
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ment of his daughter Gwen Ebenezer Baptist Church CLIFF HOUSE vi-. worn- 7 F.

dolyn Yvonne, to Leonard T. Rev Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday I Rut webbing / JEANS' .* Wide leg styling

Manning, son ot Mrs. MatUe School, 9:45: with Junior ChoirIn pINEAPP LE I vinyUnassorted tailored in famous
Beach. charge of song service. Woven Nat'llx. Adv at 55.98You'll ..:; Avondale Duck
of Daytona
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;Miss Marshall Is a 1960 graduate Evening Senvlce, 6:30.: The rally LIMITS d S recognize the slim o Fascinating prints and

ot Florida A. & M. Univer- will terminate June 15. All OU SE sirup I / fit and styling F l and cool solids
N heavy 14 4 .
CLIFF SAVE Popular colors Sizes 28 to J6 Sizes 8 to 16
at Summer
asked to cooper- y0U
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Eustls Elementary School. ate with this activity. f

Mr. Manning Is a graduate of Allen Chapel AME Church Can I .

Campbell St. High School Day- Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor. r

tona Beach, and Is an establish. : Sunday School, 10 a.m. with

I I 41.send

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you will lose It. Remember the services at :home are aodiy 10% or more. "
Hoover days! neglected. A single person living on social n't living "ihtgh on the itag. It while the president\ attendedthe St Center.
THERESSABy SENIOR 'Today we are bewildered with Where does this leave the security needs at least $150a seems tragic that modern science hearing by the Florida Pub Your presence means much .,.
the burden of Income taxes! social security pensioners and month and $250 for a married has enabled, the elderlyto lic Utilities Commission! ;to yourself\ and live ''long, but It cannot 'be
Dorothy!fib CITIZENS sales taxes foreign aid war on other Indigent people? The So couple.: This would: be aa. Income Reports and other pertinent ito all senior citizens.: :
said that they live better. .
PIMM 473.4518flflrrrrrrs .. poverty Insurance proposed) clal Security Act .which 'was of $1.800 for -a. widow or The to this questions will be given and answered Joe Kerrigan ;
.I" 40% Increase In telephone rates, passed '32 yeans ago by Free. 'widower and $3,000 for a couple only answer / prob- at our next meeting .
-r5 arnn Armaments (which soon .become F. D. Roosevelt to banish the which Just about reaches the lem Is organization, Senior May 13, at 1 pjn. At the Pratt .1.1When
"Money" said Anatole France, Citizens :have a Lobby In. Washington \ -
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH,:: obsolete) maintaining armed appalling conditions of the existing amount conceded by our .best ..
--
D.C., the National Council -'
the -
) of of living
s one means
Sunday School 10 a.m.$: forces In 57 countries of the "poor farm"' and bringa economists as eklrttog the paverty
happily but society today has of Senior Citzens Just aa You Use An Andrews
Morning Worship 11; Training world fighting a disastrous war< measure of security land dignity level. Consider these figures Charge
made it the sole end of existence. the big corporations) of our coun-
Union. 6:30: p.m.; Evening Wor In Vietnam and several other to aging citizens has not with the present average Account
try have but our National Council -
ship 7:15: : Wednesday evening :undeclared wars In various kept pace with the times. of 65 to $75 which Is .between Your Prescription Tax Records '
The to live needs our support.:
struggle today
Prayer Service 7:30: with choir parts of the world.both hot and The proposed 7% increase In $780 to $900 a year. There are For You Us
Membership to the Bradford are Kept By
side of
from almost life
practice afterward. every cold. In addition, we are faced social security Senior Citizens Club is
to center around County
Sunday School attendancelast eeems money.If with rising costs In state government Nixon Is ipltlful, indeed. year. All of whom have to be Andrews DrugsFor
have it, do at all times to 45
you can't: you open (persons
Sunday was 84. Namely the increase in Since Jan 1, 1969 the cost of 'helped by thel rchlldren or seek!
CONGRATULATIONSTo without. If you do have It, there: State Legislators salaries to living has risen by 6%. Within supplementary. commodities In :yeans: and over. Fast Delivery Dial 964-7110' C r11

Matthew Paci ham. who Is always the nagging fear that '$12,000 per cession 'while socialrrra.rrrrrrr the next 8 months It may ;reachrrrrrra.rrr order to get by. This surely Is conducted Pete Johnson our vice last' president meeting I'll
made the Dean's List at St. .
John's River Junior College. 'I. .------- .-----, 1..---rr------ ---r..rra.r..rrrr-rrrrrrrr.- 'a't

with three A's one B and one C I II I I aI -.:
for the trimester ending April I ;
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23.PERSONALS I GROUND I I '06.I ifI .

Friends of little Shana King I I I I I I ..,
are glad to learn that she re Its
turned to her home last week I II I FOODFAIR :I
I
after a stay of several days at lip

Bradford County Hospital. I I I I .11
Sunday visitors of Mr. and BEEF 1

family Mrs.and Mrs.W.of E.Hansel Jacksonville.Dampier Dampier were Mr.and I RIB, ROUND or BONELESS SHOULDER I = :


Billy Phillips spent Friday I 1 1,1
night with his grandparents. I .M

Rev.* and Mrs. Merle Packham. I I I I ; ,....
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan '1 1I
were Saturday night I I 199 :

guests of their son and daughter 1 LIS
-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Percy I 1 1 I ::;

Sullivan in Palatka.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. K. I I II I SUPERMARKETS :0.1M:::

Childs Friday was Mrs. Childs I I 1 ;7(
nephew J. N. McClellan of ('i ii
Ocala. I 1 I I :)

.Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packham I I I I II U
Jr. of Salt Springs were Satur-
day visitors of his parents Rev. FOOD FAIR I i 1 f I 1 ,Pr

and Mrs. Merle Packham.Mr. I QUALITY I { K I Merthanls I .

and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan I I I :. FREE TOO! I ,
Mr. and Mrs Felix Sullivan U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE oeaTrNSrAMn
] Mr. and Mrs.. Percy Sullivan I I I .. ::

of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs.L. I GRADED I I ,,__ :-4' .
M.Gaines and sons and Mr. c1'' I. :.;

Starke and Mrs.joined Floyd other relatives Crosby at of I U.S. CHOICEU.S.CHOICE[ U LBI ,;. t 1 evr 'I THRU PRICES WEDNESDAY GOOD THURSDAY MAY 7th. 1 I ,,,:!i ;'

the home of Mrs. ClevelandSullivan's I II i3' ,r. I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .0
brother Jasper Bennett -
In Tavares Sunday for a I I I 1 1 S':. i
family dinner in observance of ftft
Mr. Bennett's 72nd birthday !... .
(April 30)). :
BONELESS a to 3 I PKGSSTEW 1/4 .n.
SLICED U.S.CHOICE ,
visited
Mrs. Rhoda Dampier
.Mrs Bernice McCarthy at Parkof RIBROAST PORK LOINCHOPS CALIFORNIA II! }1
the Palms Motel IB Keystone CROSS .') ;
Heights Thursday evening. Mrs. to" ,
McCarthy who Is the mother of ROAST ;
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a longtime family friend. Mrs.

Don Sams of Merritt Island. ,'
moved to Keystone Heights recently LB 2 ECOEflEi 2 r yST .
from her home in Or- GROUND
O* PUCES 10
lando to become manager of the Li.flNfl LtgIMll .
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motel. !
James< Phillips m of Miami
0
spent last week with his grandparents ,
Mr and Mrs. James j
J
D. Phillips while his parents .

were in Jacksonville where his I PREPARED FOODS BY FLASH FROZEN HEAT AND SERVE .i
PANTRY PRIDEPURE i
father attended the Grand Com- AZALEA CHUNK STYLE SLICED
munication of the Florida Grand i. FRIEP FISH
"I! PORK 1 OCEANSHRIMP tQi
Lodge F&AM. Mr. and Mrs. BRAUHSCHWEIGER AMERICAN .-:
returned Thursdayand
Phillip3fVJrr SLICED TURKEY ,
.t
were 'overnight guests of AND GRAVY OR
SAUSAGE :'!
before re- CHEESE
Mr. Phillips' parents
CABBAGE ROLLS (
GOLDEN BROWN
turning Friday to their home in
SHELL ONPKG
Miami. ..,f
Friday visitors of Mrs Rhoda 1.29
2 89 \J
Dampier were- Mr. and Mrs.
Parker Dampier and son cf
o
Ponte Vedra.
Mr and Mrs. Harold Mills C
Jr.. Lori Jason and Todd were A
weekend guests of his father r--------l
I
Harold Mills; aunt. Miss Doro- PACKED BY PEL MONTE
thy Mills; and cousins Mr. and 6 6S ELSEWHERE DEL MONTE NORM EL'SSPAM ASST FLAVORS I 25c OFF I II S

(Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and GERBER'SBABY ASSORTEDVEGETABLES _. \
\
Rusty. ORANGE GRAPE ROYALGELATIN I :;
-
Mrs. Rhoda Dampier and Mr. '
and Mrs. Rodney Hansen attended FOOD OR TROPICAL 1.9s\ I

the wedding of Miss Car- LUNCHEON LOAF UMIUM MAS. MIIIWM LU4A& : .t-f. ANY 3 I
olyn Floyd to Luther W. Jewell FRUIT PUNCH .,!pI "';-a ..

Jr., at the Palmyra Road Methodist I ;,
BIG .c CIREALS
Alt STUAINIOVARIITIIS
Church In Albany. Ga., 46oz 7oz Fc
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Saturday evening. 'AND JUICISREG. CANS a CANS 1Tr UI WITH THIS ONLY' AT
Monday visitors of Mr. and I rOODrAIaaSETCOUPON2Ea'S, I
Mrs. ,Marlon Sullivan were Mr. JAM 1 COUPON IXPIRIS MAY 7, 1969. I' ,1

and Mrs. Percy Sullivan of Pa- I L--------I 1 :f



latka.Is THINK In being proposed these ABOUT said days ABM for IT when and system so againstthe much we I I 1 FOLGERS !i T ai4I-F/te4ft, 8 y1! FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS ;


might do well to remember In 1


a softly addition ton's line 1790 and from to address carry Roosevelt's George a to big Congress Washing"Speak stick.": I OFFEE i WHITE BREAD !I i; ;


"To be prepared for war Is one
of the most effectual means of I GIANT I 1

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'.'. Phone 475.5101Myers j:=| I SAVE 174.PKOS OF B.ICED ASSORTED I LB I

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DIRECTORYAUTO LIMAS COLD POWER


SERVICE 5 LBBAG
16o CANS 6/I ONLY FAMILY SIZE 4/l

Gilbert S. Brown

SUadird OU Serrlee Stalks
ATLAS
TIRES *BATTERIES'
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PHONE ....7171 ARRID SWEET JUICY FRESfT U.S. FANCY GOLDEN
407 N. Temple SUrtw I
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i! Keystone HHites-/; NEWS NOTES Festival Set 1" ,

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I By 11M FOX By Helen Exan For SaturdayMelrose "" :, 1
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Pleam Phone. In Your Items -. 473-414& T ,

I'. HOMEMAKERS CLUB Elementary School ,.I A A{,,, +u
PTA iwlll sponsor aS.prlngFea- .y
WOMAN'S CLUB Mrs. Mildred payton: Mrs tival from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday -5
'f also recognized the troop's Emily Leon and Mas. Helen '
Sara McDonald, president May 3, at the school.
Mrs.
most !recent Eagle Scouts, Mar Egan attended the Clay County There will be entertainmentfor 1" { .
I, of the Woman's Club and shall Gallop and Johnny War- Homemakers Council meetingand all, including a bingo game
Arthur Ketch social chairman
G Mrs.
luncheon at iMkkUeburg on
for adults with prizes donatedby
the severaldays ren.Moore
'. for club spent
introduced Gallop as AprU 22. local merchants. There "
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;, last week In Miami where the troop's Scout of the Year Mrs. Anne Lu Graves first will also be a country store .." *
5
, attended the Annual Convention ,
,t they and Gallop presented a compre- president of the Council save offering used clothing furn- Flower show officials I (from left): Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle,
of the Florida
Federation hensive report on the activitiesand an Interesting review of Its iture, dishes and other house- chairman High School Gardeners Richard Top winners .f awards (from left): Mrs. L. E. Robert.
I of Woman's Clubs. accomplishments achieved history since organizing In 1948. hold items. For the gardener ; Mrs. Schneberger Mrs. Emery Cooper( MM. Sue Dwyer Mrs Lena

Mrs. R. S Farris president this year. In Ills discussion .. Plans were made, for camper- there will be plants all at co-chairman of show) :Mrs. Leon Wagner, publicity; Mis. I.. C. Mm. A. E. Barhmann. and Mrs. C. E. StricklandXTIMCTlOr. Clements

) of the Junior Woman's Club, Gallop commended his fellow shIps the summer seminar. and bargain prices. Stripling, chairman; Mr,. Dan Pater staffing, chairman. .

. and Mrs. Clyde Ashton Incoming Scouts for their cooperative programs to be given during Children's attractions will include rt --

president for the Junior'swere spirit. Homemakers Week May 11-17. a fish pond bean bag

.. club delegates at the con George King. District Scout Mrs. J. Simmons. of Middle- throw dart games pony rides Garden Club Flower Show

vention. Executive, presented the troop burg was named as her succes and a hay ride. A clown with
There will be a board meet their new charter. This was the ballons will please the little Attracts 271 Entries"Floral i'it-
,
ing at the clubhouse on Tuesday fifteenth year the charter :has sor.This! was the last meeting ones.

May 6. at 9:30: a.m. All board been presented to the local unit. until September. For those who like to eat miniature "Sweet Genevieve."
members are urged to attend there will be hamburgers hot Melodies" was the
In the
making presentation.King .
FELLOWSHIP CLUB Mrs. Emery Cooper, Best Corsage -
dogs fresh-cooked theme expressed In the Second ,'.
this Important meeting, doughnuts
congratulated the local Miss .
:Plans for a Luncheon Day "Autumn Leaves. .
On Tuesday. May 13, the last and a fine assortment of cakes Annual Flower Show of the
troop on being one of the finest cookout at Gold Head Beach on Linda Helman High School Gardener
and pies. Coffee and soft drinks Garden Club of the Lakes held :
regular business meeting of the \&
troops in: the North Florida madeat Gold Seal Rosette for :
season will be held at the club- May 8 at 12 noon were will also be on sale. Saturday, April 26, In the Ma- ,
Council. the Fellowship Game Day This is the first sonic Hall at Keystone Heights outstanding design The -
house at 2 pm. At this time all Troop 105 Is sponsored by the meeting on April 24 !to St. Anne'sParish to be sponsored Spring by the Festival PTA- from 1:30: to 7 p.m. Two hun- lonely Sea." Miss Jo Ann T' 1
annual reports of committeeswill Rotary Club.TEEING will Benson, High School Gardener !
The charge
House. and they hope for a big turn- dred and seventy-one entries :r
be completed and presentedto
OFFI! and members. will Beat CnrARIIPI'I.uAnrll! Show- Ji
:be 50 cents out. Proceeds from the event were made In the show's four
the club's secretary, Mrs. E., Mrs. A. E. Backmann '
On Friday morning ten Junior only furnish their own table will go toward projects from divisions. ers. W t J.
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Kimmons. j; golfers of the Keystone service. improving the playground and Carrying out the theme, song Special Award Educational -:

HOSPITAL TAG DAY Heights Golf & Country Club Due to many :members being providing material for the school titles were used for each sec- Division "Glenn the Knowledgethe "
The Woman's Auxiliary of the participated In a local tourna- away during the summer, the library. tion of the show including exhibits impart andtrans- ( ,

i Clay Memorial Hospital will ment sponsored by the Junior's Game Day on the fourth Thursday Everyone in Melrose and surrounding Horticulture. Design High School plant that knowledge" to your

'have a tag day on Saturday. Association. Bret Cole won low will be discontinued until area Is Invited to come Gardeners and Educational.Mrs. Garden of Art.
May 3. Be sure to stop at the gross honors with his ecore of fall. and enjoy the festivities. L. E. Roberts capturedthe Nine out of town judges cameto

post office for your tag to help "4t" for the 9-hole tournament. It was. announced that May two Awards of Merit givenin Keystone entertained for the at event luncheonin and A blue rlhbnn in the Conservation Division went to this"
were
support Mrs. R.this S. worthy Farris will cause.be in net Thomas honors.Hawes received low has been proclaimed. as SeniorCitizen's visited friends in Keystone durIng seedling Horticulture Amaryllis one for under her the home of Mrs. Bachmann, attractive poster painted by Clarence. Bryant, a 10-year-old

Month and May 29 as the past two weeks. club president, on Lake Geneva. student In :Melrose Elementary School.
of of
charge a group young Miss Roxanne Ketch was Citizen's Day In Florida. "Drink to me only with thine "
Senior
aid with col- Staff Sgt. Samuel E. Foster Mrs. L. C. Stripling servedas
ladles who will and the other award
chairman for the luncheon eyes,
all citizens
Gov. Kirk has urged : eon of Mr. and 'Mrs. C. J. Till chairman of the show with
lections. which followed Great Art Susan Baker. "We wish youa the instead of half
the tournament. to join In his observance. under "How Thou way crazy
who spent three Mrs. R. II. Schneberger as
DUPLICATE BRIDGE man. ;years asa late Happy JeffI!"
Prizes were awarded at this! Mr. and Mrs. Davis ihave been with a Wax Hoya. Mrs. Lena co-chairman. Birthday crazy.
The Keystone Heights Duplicate time General medic in Vietnam spent a Clements won the Sweepstakes Jack has been on vacation this Well I had better close now,
Bridge Club sponsored by dismissed from Alachua .weekend with !his parents on his Award for the most blue rib Other chairmen were: Mrs. week, and has been painting before I get carried away with

the Keystone Heights Woman's Pro Bill Hardigree started a (Hospital. way to his new ,assignment at bons in Horticulture. "Tuningin Dan Pater Staging; Mrs. J. the house and working on the my opinion of that "Pet pol.soner"
6-week golf clinic on Tuesdayof COMMUNITY CHURCHThe :Fort Ricbey. Md.MELROSE. Miller Wrinkle High School dock. Doris Middleton of Ft..
Club meets every (Monday evenIng with me plants we So I guess it's goodbye
at 7:30: in the clubhouse. AU this week. Any lady who is Candlelight Service for ..... .roe Mrs. Kelly Greeson grow. Garderns; Mrs. Leon Wagner Myers. was visiting the I Millers for another week. I've triedto
was run-
members of the Publicity Mrs. R. N, Bunder-
interested in receiving instruc- greeting new ; the first of the week. Monday
,
interested bridge players are ner up for the Sweepstakes put together a short poem
will land and Mrs. L, E.
Church .Women's Circles Harris Lou Miller
tions should contact BUI, this and Mrs. Middle- in of
Invited to attend. Award. memory
my pet dog
building entries Mrs. R. A. Gaunt
-
week. !be held In the educational ; ton were in Jacksonville on
Honey. It
Last week's winners were: Other top award winners Properties Mrs. J. A. Will may not be great
5 with Mrs. Myron ; business.Mr.
committeesPoDSO'l"ed on May .
First place with 27V4 points The tournament were: Mrs. C. E. Strickland iams Dismantling Mrs. R. poetry, but it means a lot tome
Ball Prevatt, Sr. as leader.:! As this Rowe ;
Aubrey Bannister and Charles an 18-hole Best of the circles By Joyce Tri-Color for breakfast table P. Voeh.; Classification: Mrs. and Mrs B. H. Aldridge, So till next week "Miy
the final meeting
HeptInstall: second place with tournament Sunday afternoon Is setting "The world is waiting Sam Gardner, Placement; Mrs. and Mrs. G. W. Barber and the good Lord bless and keep

21H points, Mr. and Mrs. Al- with 46 members participating. before the change and committee on May Our sympathies to the familyof for the sunrise." Mrs. Edmund Fitinrv' Cooper Awards; Mrs. daughter Carolyn of Alma, Ga., you all." Now here's Leeon...

bert Bachmann: and third place Winners were: Voncile Ketch 19, all officers who Dwyer, Award of Distinction Kelly Greeson Educational; spent the weekend with Mr. and LEEON'S CORNER<
Annie M. Samson
to make Mrs.
asked
and and Joe Fetrock. low gross; chairmen are for.dried design depicting Ison Mrs. E. W. Revels.
with 20 points: Hilda Dey Mrs. Emily Clerk; and
writing. died In Palatka hospital last
Jim Fox. Fran Chessington and Bob their annual reports in a "Bed : sails in the sunset." Mrs. William Warren, Secre Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Norwoodwere "Honey"

4-11 NEWS Hayes. first low net; Hilda New officers will be Installed. Saturday morning following a Mrs. C. E, Strickland, best tary. in Moneta, Va., last week

The county's Events Day and Jackson and Jim Fox second The Board of Trustees will short illness. Mrs. Samson 75. to attend the funeral of Mrs. Someone polsened Honey,

Dress. Revue for members of low net; and Sylvia O'Connorand meet on May 4. and ;the Boardof was a native of Melrose and a Norwood's sister Mrs. J. T. While my family and I were
I low net. Stewards on May 9. member of United Methodist bats purchased 4rrrrsss-rrrsss=55555s..
4-H clubs held at the Alex Brokas, third cluded: Balls and Jones. Mr. Norwood's sister- away.
area was
Extension Office A social hour and covered- The football team of Fletcher Church. Funeral services were for Melrose School summer in-law Mrs. Llnnle Norwoodwas And if there's a "Heaven for

Clay County dish dinner followed the tour High School' Jacksonville Beach held Tuesday In the Windsor recreation program: a summer INDIAN BEACHLake back In the hospital in Dogs"
:in Green Cove Springs on April
nament. attended Morning Worship services (Methodist Church with Rev. arts and crafts program (tic Miami for another eye operation Honey is up there today.

25.Two on April 27. They were Tom Geyer officiating. Burial bulletin (Continued on Next
local girls won awards Don't forget to make your reservations children; a community ( Santa Fe) Page)
with Mrs. Albert enjoying the weekend Camp was In the Church Cemetery. recreational survey to Sam and Dorothy Butler and
board a
the dress ;
By Michael
4n competition.Sally H.
> revue ChItty
Bachmann ((473-4189)) or Mrs. Immokalee. Rev. Boyd B. Un Survivors Include her husband conjunction with the Florida son. Charles Henry) of Ormond

the Naples dress won second for placein her Harold sutton ((473-4211)) for the derwood pastor !of Westminster: M. V. Samson of Mel- Development Commission; a Phone' J7V1B12! Beach spent last Sunday with KEYSTONE

category ffuest daughter, Mrs. Richard In Mrs. Jo Strandberg. Deak and
/blue and white shift. Miss NaP Dessert Card Party to b* held Presbyterian Church. WM ,", rose"a UNICEF collection party 6 It 6
Friday. May 9. The party will preacher.All Kline of ColUmbus, Ohio; a son, conjunction with area Church May Ann Tompkins ofFt. Lauderdale -
les received third place honors
be held at the clubhouse.On elementary children are Roy of Melrose; two sisters Thanksgiving boxes for Greetings friends and neighbors stopped by for a visit
in the sports category, for es;
which she modeled a multicolored Sunday. May 4, the tournament !reminded Iby Mrs. Canova to Mrs. Llnnle L. Crone of Pomona elderly and needy; sponsored a from your run-down with their aunt Mrs. Strand- HEIGHTS
rolling Between berg.
reporter.
committee will sponsoran see her on Thursdays! if inter- Park and Mrs. Dct Sar- drive to collect Christmas toys
print dress. deaths and sickness, we've Members; of the Melrose
April-May Fool's T<>urna- ested in Joining the Carol Choir. gent of Orange Heights, one lor over 20 needy children:
Miss Cheryl Tomes was second really been on the run lately. Home Demonstration Club enjoyed
In the sports category witha ment. Interested players are EASTERN STAR brother, John Lewis of Hawth- sponsored a community Christ- Recently our destination has a Dress Review at the DIRECTORYRABY'S

3-plece slack set of red, white asked to sign the list on the The OES Chapter' ; will meeton orne, two grandchildren and mas sing: contributed money monthly meeting Wednesday
bulletin board. May 6 In the Masonic Tem- one great-grandchild. toward Community Action Program been Alachua General Hospital -
and blue. morning The program was in
:Miss Tomes entered a demonstration Next week, members of the ple at 8 p.m. Special :honors will Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Galr of In Johnson toward pins in Gainesville, where we've charge of Mrs. Margaret Rob- AUTO
been back and forth
for the Grand In- Jackson. Ga. visited Mr. and Melrose running
extended to at
In the home and family WGA will start competition be given to students bins. Eight entries modeled
sick Aunt
two aunts.
category entitled. "Toys for the Bert Christoffer's Tourna- structor of the District. Mother's Mrs. Gerald Pappy last week. Elementary. visiting Corine my Hudson has been their clothes and It Is hoped SERVICE

Tots" and won first place to ment. Be sure to check the. Night will ,be observed as eachyear Jesse Rowe of Sand Springs. Recently they have cooper ill with serious lung trouble very that they will model them in
board for details. mothe.rsare remembered Okla. spent the weekend with Welfare Department Complete Auto RepairsAir
the competition. bulletin ated with the the District Review to be held
and Aunt
for time
a long now,
:ROTARY CLUB HERE 'N THERECol. In a special way. A report will his brother and sister-in-law. In providing transportation Teenle Crenshaw is suffering In Gainesville on May 7 at 10 Conditioning Repairs

The Keystone Heights Rotary and Mrs. David Nelson also 'be made of the Qiomecom- Mr. and Mrs. Virgle Rowe and for several area residentsto from an undetermined ailment a.m. at the Recreation Center.Mr. &: Automatic Transmission

Club recognized the outstanding of Lakevlew Drive entertainedMr. tog of Worthy Grand Matron family. the Medical Center and also Aunt Teenle was doing betterat and Mrs. James Bobbins Service

'Performance of Boy Scout : and Mrs. Alex HorsfaU of Jessie Mae Hicks on April 26 Mrs. Ralph Griffin and !Mrs. with the Women's Club In the end of last week, after were celebrating this week. PHONE 4734404Little
Harps of Gerald Pappy, members of the beds to Their son Jim finished a
Palatka, Mrs. Ruth In Gainesville. transporting hospital being started on a sew med semester Lake Bedford
Belmont. Mass., and Richard WILSON APPOINTEDPast Melrose Methodist WSCS. attended two area residents in need. ication. However, Aunt Corlne of college and Gary

Friday afternoon. Bates Harris of Boston at a Worshipful Master. of the District ConferenceIn Quite an Impressive record for was still in bad shape. They celebrated his 18th birthday.

Rotarian Paschal Carr was dinner party last Sunday. Melrose Masonic Lodge 89, : St. Petersburg last week. Just one year of eervice. both need prayers, and will appreciate Charles Louise and Paulette BEAUTY SHOP

responsible for the Mrs. A. Brainerd of Western William P. Wilson of Keystone Carl Smith of New York City Funds for these projects were them very much. Strandberg spent Sunday with .

and: Introduced Scoutmaster program Manor, Mandarin formrrlY of Heights' was appointed: District spent Monday evening with his raised through donations and As you know this is my his Mother,Mrs.JoStrandberg.Mr. KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Heights entertained llth District cousins Mr. and Mrs. Byron which were first column In and Mrs. Pete Bennett
Steve Moore, who discussed the Keystone Instructor of the two Flea. Markets regular news
!Individual performances and friends at the manor last week. at the Annual Oommunicatlona Courtney held in May and september. three weeks. It's just impos- spent last week at GrWIn'sLodge. SHOP

aspirations of the troop members Guests who attended the lunch of Most Worshipful Grand DUPLICATE BRIDGE Current officers are: Sewell sible to write the news when Cosine Thieman Is a KDRH .JOHNSON, Owner

during the past year. He eon Included Mrs. A. Holt, Mrs. Lodge F. & A M. In Jacksonville. Duplicate Bridge winners last Proctor and Clifton England. you're not home. But maybe patient where at St. Vincen'ts Hospital Person end Creative Hair 6tyl-

David Nelson, Mrs. E. Firth ;recently.. District 11 Includes week were: Mrs. R. R. Clare Vice-presidents; Christine Bartlett things will settle down and with sheunderwnetsurgeryfor tog JBieii Form of Beauty

1 Mrs. Alma Frost and Mrs Hen- ledges at Palatka, Crescent and Mrs. S. P. Sashoff. 1st Secretary: E. R. Simmons, the help of the Lord I'll get Before a ruptured I close disc this on week.Friday.I'd Culture 'nIM.-&&. 9-9; closed
DRAGLINE Schuber. place; Mrs. Paley Boyd and B. Nicholson things back to normal. Monday.
WORKBULLDOZING ry City. Melrose-Keystone. St. Aug- Treasurer; and L. like to correct a mistake from
Mrs. Arthur Ketch and Mrs. ustine, Green Cove Springs, and Mrs. John Strawn, 2nd place: board member. The current Friday night, Otis Melton, his last week's column. There
Mrs. Zoe Terry and Mrs. W. J.Grolick who parents Lonnie and Norma BUILDING MATERIAL
Sara McDonald visited Mrs. Hastings. president is Richard Moore,
EARTH MOVING was a misprint last week when
McDonald's sister-in-law. Mrs. Worshipful Ghauncey Moore 3rd place; Mrs. Mary will complete his term of officein Melton, and frineds. Bill Un- they printed the word "man- HARDWARE

CALL David Donaldson of Vero Beach Past Master of Cabin Lodge 116, Cook and Miss Iva Hlllyer. 4th May. At that time, another derwood Hampton and and Louise I attended Hogan the of iac". However, I'm sure that

Big Chief enroute home fromjthe Woman's Green Cove Springs !was nam- place. president will be nominated. WQIK All- American Shower of this person knows what I meant BROOKLYN
HeavyConstruction Club convention In Miami. HOMEMAKERS CLUB held at the Episcopal when I
said
ed as District Grand Master Meetings are a maniac polsened
Stars at the Jacksonville. Col- SUPPLY HOUSELumber
Mrs. D. Hardin of Jacksonville Eight members participatedin Parish House on the first
DIstrict.PERSONALS
of the llffli .
The show Included the my dog.
I Inc.Palatka Is visiting her son and a dress review at the Home- Tuesday of every month at 7:30: iseum. .. because they surely Plywood Builder'sHardware

325-7476 daughter-in-law. :Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. W. T. /Todd of makers Club meeting last Wed p.m. In the winter and 8 p.m. Show entire Porter"Country"Wagoner Charlie TV decided know what that they this are. I've also Roofing Sheetrock .

D. E. Hardin. of Little Lake ...Atlanta Ga. were recent house nesday. ,Members modeled in the summer. Pride and many more. person is all Paneling Paints Insulation
dresses that they had made. The next meeting of MAC Tools Electrical: A Plumbing
and C. J.
1 guests of :Mr. Mrs. Sunday Otis Mellon my
Tillman. Those modeling Included Mrs. will be held May 7 at 7:30.: grandmother Copeland and I ((!. h \r 1'fIi.. Supplies.

The Couples Class of Community Margaret Robbins. Mrs. Teresa James Sayes of the Florida went to Gainesville to visit DIRECTORY ''IIBAPTIST Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-488C

D L Church which held -a Crawley,. Mrs. Ella Simmons. Development Commission will Aunt Cosine Aunt Teenle and

sidewalk sale on April 09, appreciate Mrs. Priest Perry. Mrs. Gladys be guest speaker and will give Otis' nephew David Melton who CONCRETE PRODUCTS"
E the support of church: Van Netta, Mrs. Lois Tyre Mrs. results of the recreational survey ire all in the hospital.Mr. .

P members for their contribution IMacy Allen and Mrs. Edythe that was recently conducted. and Mrs. Daryl Bar- FORCONCRETE

of items which included a Cadillac Nicholson. rows visited their sister Mrs.C. First Church Keystone; .gun-. : PRODUCTS

E car and refrigerators. ,Proceeds These dresses will be shown MELROSE PTA W. Johnson in Port St. Joe, day SChool 945 a.m. Worship. CALL OR SEEEdward'

N will go toward repairs In again at the County Council The Sing Out group of Pa- and attended Mr.Johnson's fun 11
the educational building and the Dress Review in the Gainesville latka high School presented an eral in Monticello last week. don 6:30: p.m. Nursery open. Building

D Church Sunday School rooms. Recreation Center on May 1. evening of music for the Mel Bobby and Andy Frasler spent all services. Rev. Lftvrenc Supply Inc.
It was also announced at the PTA the weekend with their grand- Carrol pastor.
Elementary School
Kenneth Reed rose .
A Mr. and :Mrs. 728 S. MAIN 372-4844
associated meeting that four members had meeting Monday night. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl
former Key&toners now CATHOLIC Gainesville, Florida
won ribbons for Items enteredin under the direction of Barrows.Mr. .
B with Gordon Purdy at Camp. group, Bt. (William's, Keystone: Boa.
the Alachua County' Fair. Tumbull several and Mrs. Owen Bryant,
L Woods in New York State They were Mrs. Nicholson, Mrs. Bill emphasizing sang moral rearmament and Mr. and Mrs. Decalf of day Mass, 9 a.m. Wednesday NURSERY
songs
Lou Miller Mrs. Vh-gie Simons of American youth. Pennsylvania visited the La- !Mass and:Noven. 7 pjn.
E
E Keystone. and Mrs. Lillian Norwood. The young people so obviouslywere grasse family in Gainesville COMMUNITY CHURCH O.C. Carnes Nursery

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Next month will be the last themselves, that and enjoyed swimming Sunday.
Morgan
re- enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Dick HIlliard Sunday School, 9:40:<< un. Thousands of plants
turned home this week meeting for this spring. There contagious and
following the mood was Morning, Worship. ill Youth Fellowship
were visiting relatives in Trees
Quit- Trees-Shade
DEPENDABLE is the word for :a 10-day business trip In Wilmington. will be no meetings during/ the on the last song the group ask- man, Ga. last week. ) (all teenagers) 7 p.m., Fruit

Del. summer, resuming In the fall. ed the audience to join in. MR. AND Mrs Johnny Meeks Pascal Carr director. Holy Communion Evergreens

Dad In this family! That's because he Glad to report that Mrs. Ed ACTION COMMITTEEThe Following the musical program their daughter Denise, and her let Sunday each quar Camellias & Azaleas

ODonoghue Is home following Melrose Action Committee new officers were Install friend Melanie Bryan of Jacksonville ter. Wednesday Prayer Service !MOST ALL IN CANS

looks ahead, plans ahead and saves her recent Illness at Bradford recently completed its first ed. Mrs. Harry Jackson con- spent last weekend at 7:30: p.m. Rev. Leon F. MOner PLANT ANY TIME .

ahead to always have "what it takes"in County Hospital. year This as an organization here. ducted the installation of Mrs. the Lake. pastor.EPISCOPAL. Beautiful Roses -
Chris Zowarka was surprised Incorporated non-profit Harry Dorman as president; Mr. and Mrs. Mac Shay and

the way of money to provide for a on his 16th birthday, when his organization was originated bya Mrs. R. L. Smtth, vicepresident sons of Gainesville visited Jack LandscapingPhone
.. family hosted a party for him group of concerned citizens ; Mrs. Russell Dougherty and Lou Miller and children St. Anne's: Holy Communion 659-2165

happy: satisfying way of life. at their home on Lake Geneva. feeling the need for a commun- secretary: and Mrs. Barbara. recently. Jack Miller went to S a.m. each Sunday. let Sunday.

Forty of Chris' friends were itywlde organization concerned Smith, treasurer.Mrs. Birmingham Ala., on a business Holy Oommon1 8 ftjn. and 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on

,Invited to help: celebrate the with the needs and problems of Eugene Brantley. Chair trip recently, and stop- 9:30 ajn. 2nd 3rd. and 4th Sundays Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome

occasion. Guest, enjoyed swimming the whole community wherein man of the Spring Festival ped by Mountain Creek to visit 'Morning Prayer, 9:30: jn.
STATE BANK USED CARS
: KEYSTONE dancing and dinner on every citizen could cannel his talked to the group about plans his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Miller Evening Prayer Sunday, 7 P.m.

the Zowarka'a patio. concerns and his energies for for this event to be held Satur- entertained at a suprise birth- Holy Days announced' William

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Height. FU.' Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson the benefit of the entire com- day. She asked for volunteersto day party for their son, Jeff, I. Jones. :Vicar. Hanks Used Cars

and Dr. A. A. ReIllY of Jack- munity. help with booths. Mrs. Carol who was 15 on Sunday. Those BIG CASH DISCOUNT
Bonvllle. attended! a Ham Oper- Chlapplnl asked for donations enoying the Cokes pizzas and J.11I'REJUN.mV
Rank In Your The first public meeting was Worship, 11 a jn. Sun TERMSBUY
Tour Friendly hot
Friendly ator's!) Meeting in Orlando over held of household! items for the country dogs along with Jeff were:
March. 1968 with
Rev. Al day. Holy Communion. BuD-
eoa.a.lt. the weekend. While there they store. Ricky Wheeler Jack Fun- SELL TRADE
enjoyed visits with several Steuart as temporary president. Miss Bennett's fourth grade derburke. Ricky Warren, Ricky day.; Services each Sunday at RT. 1. BOX N
The list of services performedby
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Parades George Barton,Bruce Et. Anne's Episcopal Church Hwy. 1* S S.
groups of friend" ctass won the room count. tOto Start
the this
group pact year in- Matchett, Cindy Scales, and William Wise, Vicar.

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; Beverly Forsyth, Tommy PERSONALSMrs. Mina Lynch, her this week were Mr. and Mrs. graduation In August.

F-- I' ijATiciii' TiBy isey. Martin Hersey, Tommy Katherine Carbone of of Vermont, is visiting this R. O. Copeland, of Valdosta take the state board exam In

of the Paladino Darryl Youngblood.- Elizabeth N. J. has been vlsiV week in Santa Mon'ca with her Ga. Also :here visiting with June to complete requirementsfor

and several mothers and grand ing in Hampton with her' mother sister. They plan soon to fly her grandparents Is Sandra registered nurse certificate.

; : \ Mr*. D. E. BID mothers. Mrs. T. F. Brown. to Fort Bliss. Texas, to visit

Sflsrsn SSflrrs s sr sn Mr. and Mrs. Arvtf Shealy Mr. and!!.Mrs. Richard Hamel. Lynn Hall of Atlanta. Debbie Hicks accompanied

E CHITTY BIRTHDAY SUPPER and family of Atlanta Ga.. Mrs. Lynch has been visiting Mrs. Virginia Bradley completed several Instrumental numbersby !
: SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS Lonnie Melton was guest of were weekend visitors here with her son and daughter In Las the spring quarter at musicians from GainesvilleHigh !

.,. ; Several field hips are being (honor at a family supper for his brother-in-law and sister Vegas, Nev, Lake city Junior College this School at a recital at the
:.. :>\
w Included In Hampton Elementary Ills 63rd birthday Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Baker .and week, a* a graduate nurse, and University of Florida last Sat
School planning this April 26, at their home. Present family. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddockand will receive her AA degree at urday.

Greetings sports fans, your 9-pounder early, and had 10 In spring. First graders took a were Mr. and Mrs. Melton, Otis Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade family spent last weekendat

rolling- fisherman has more all. C. A. Barringer of Jackson' trip to Silver Springs earlier Melton Mr. and Mrs. Glenn !have moved into their new Center Hill. I

good news for you. The weatherIs ville fished. from Saturday to this month, and older students Thomas and children, Mr. and home on Hampton -Lake! on the IT'S NEWThe -

!beautiful, the fish are biting Saturday, and caught 25 Bass will go to the Children's Mu- Mrs. C. W. Melton and family, lot next to their former home. David Melton. son of Mr. and

and everything's groovin. It ranging from 2 to 8V4 pounds. seum and Cummer Art GalleryIn Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hagan Mrs. Ethel Tidwell .was able Mrs. C. W. Melton, was takento New,'Easy Way To Do Your Drive In Shopping.
seems like everyone who's been Shipman's Camp (west shore Jacksonville soon. and sons Mrs. Irving McCon- to return home last week from the University Teaching

fishing lately, is coming home Santa Fe) also had a good report Mrs. Sherry Newman's first aghy and Mrs. G. H. McCon- the hospital. Hospital In Gainesville last

with fish. Ole Santa Fe has this week. Since they are grade enjoyed the glass-bottom aghy of starke and Mrs. L. F. Mrs. Melvin flame, on Friday for treatment DRIVE-IN SHOPPINGJust

really been busy lately, boats so numerous. I'll just list the boats and deer ranch both at Melton and children of Orange a trip to California with Mrs. Visiting at the Lynn Halls

'a buzzing, and most of 'em, names and their catches. Silver Springs on the trip week Park. Drive-In We'll Do The Serving.

with fish in 'em. Among those) catching fish from before last. Mrs. Nancy Bell

Just the other day a coupleof starke and surrounding areas and Mrs. Carole Marino are
Starke fishermen came by were: Mr. and Mrs. Donald planning to take their classesto DOWLING 'S

my dock, with 8 or 9 Bass. Vickers. 37 Specs; Pete Martin the Children's Museum and

There are still reports from and Alec Sommons. 55 Specs; Mrs. Marino's class will go to TONIGHT I Market & GroceriesNow
Curb
Orange Lake, and Lochloosa. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dease, 42; Cummer Art Gallery as well. Drive-In

that Bass are being caught Arron Barber caught 8 Bass, Mrs. Earselene Zimmermanand

down there. I've also had sev- the largest weighing 5 pounds: Mrs. Lila Dyal took a classon offers this !service' !' in a full line of gr<
eral good reports from the Mr. and Mrs. John Haddock a walking trip to the Hampton Try Our Delicious Fresh rfj fr: ; cold cuts frozen foods drinks ice cream milk
Oklawaha River, that the caught 33 Specs; Mr. and Mrs. Postofflce last week. Illustrating ,
Bream are biting pretty good. John Rlgells had 35; TerryFrasier a project on letter-writ- Boiled Shrimp in the Shell l)1/pi-) / bread, pastries!' etc.
&
Sure looks like we're gonna caught 25 Specs and tog and how letters are mailed :

have to get on the ole ball, and Bream: Mr. and Mrs. Glen ALSOCharbroiled $1.28
catch some of those rascals. Wiggins caught 40; Dale Hop etc.This Friday Hampton Elementary .- (I..... "1'/ \ :;; MILK -. 1 GAL. -

Jack Miller who lives on the kins and Sonny Daley caught School will have as Steaks :;} LARGE EGGS DOZ. - 49c

north end of Santa Fe, and his 50 Specs: Mr. and :Mrs. George observers a class of intern ._ .. ;; and Okra
family and friends have been Dicks caught 30 Specs; and 15 teachers from the education department Seafood Fresh '4 4f' "':::V. ..' Fresh -Blackeyed Peas
Frog Legs ;
catching quite a few fish lately. Bream; Neal Goodman) and at the University of Vineripe Tomatoes
party caught 35 Specs C. A. Ruskin
Jack, and Tom Smith and son ; Florida, under Dr Shea.
favorite Cocktail in
Enjoy your pleasant surroundings -
Rodibaugh of Indiana, who hasa
of Park
Orange
caught 15 LISA CARTER BIRTHDAY
Bass Sunday morning and T. C. winter home down here Lisa Carter daughter of Mr. (Package also) ENTRANCE TO DRIVE-IN ON

Miller and Terry caught 5 Sunday caught 465 Bass from October and Mrs. William Carter celebrated Route 21 WEST ,SIDE

evening. Jack caught 4 through April. her fifth birthday, Saturday HOLIDAY RESTAURANT

Bass Tuesday morning by !himeelf. Roy Griffin and Mr. and April 26, with a party at Keystone Heights' OPEN 7A.M.- P.M.
Mrs. Jim Islng caught 3 basson
Jack went
deep-sea fishing their
home. Enjoying the games -
along with Coburn Rain of Saturday, and Roy caught 8 and refreshments of punch Lounge Open Until 12 on Weekends

Gainesville, recently. Two boats in two hours on Sunday. Mr. and cake were Michael! and Dining Room open 9 AM -. 9 P.M. Daily, Except Monday 7 DAYS A WEEK
and Mrs. Bill Grlner and party
of J people caught over 300 Kevin Williamson, Kelly Slade
pounds of fish :half of which fishing out from Griffins Lodge Phillip and Rhonda Hinson, - - - ---- !Sfl
was Grouper. caught 4 bass, 7 jackflsh and

Griffin's Lodge (east shore of 10 Ethellcrackers. Bob Stewart CARL BEGGS

Santa Fe) reported another and party caught 15 shell-

good week of fishing, with Roy I crackers and Mr. and Mrs. Ed d JANWmD Gulf Service

Griffin slaying 'em as usual. Taylor caught 20 shellcrackerson : \ I'SED PARTS

{Monday Roy caught 10 Bass !by> the sandbar. T..n Prl,.e* for .Wrecked Car
himself, and another 10 by 7:15: I Well fellows, that wraps up 24 Hour Wrecker Serw
another week of fishing. Looks
Tuesday morning. Wednesday,;
:he went out alone again, and like we're gonna have to get .. Fuel OilU.edCars -

caught the limit, 10 Bass. Roy out there and catch some of New Innerspringsand PUMPSNEW J-TD VACUUM cleaners rt -

guided Dr. Dan Willowby and those fish. With that thought In CLASSIFIED AD RATES Box SpringsDrop ccrd t'.or.f: :: :: $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue R...,. Ml N. W.,..

they caught 11 Bass. Roy went mind I'll say, "Good-bye and I Va A Card or Call AND USEDSALESI'ARTS..SERVICE r-no brands to choose from. INSURANCEGENCY 411II.1"8MUST
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MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER I makes. Watson's House ofI S'. 2 bedrooms. concrete
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Expert Service On 376-7110. tfchg Keystone Height 41B-4W: $50 per month.
MEN I Furniture
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(Lake Santa _Fe) Memorials Resolution Starke, Agent Phone 964-7061 Better built for r'>r.3a llvin -I MEN WANTED Men c >tt$ft ZIG ZAG FOR 143

you had a blood By: Michael H. Chilly HASTINGS MATTRESS DURRANCE PUMP ? Your plant or ours parents age over 21. SUrtiRfc 1 SEWING MACHINE: Outran-
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ford Mitchell, phone 84flim buttonholes sews on buttons.
rrrrrrr ri-sr ri rn-sr.. 710 Lemon St. PaUtka' In pay. 8 hour cay?' 5 :
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also.> All work guaranteed. SEAMLESS MOTEL ROOMS for rent by ,
FOR EVERY PURPOSE week. Very lowest rates. Under. WILL BUY: Used ApplIances
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SHEA'SGLASS When you're down there begging 1428. tfchg FLOORING_ SEWING MACHINES I|I weed: Motel. 964-6985. tfchg furniture, TV's, Stereo, anything .
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CO. "Hot seat". New Home & Universal. The Rancher cultivatedStart
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I un Gainiivltl N.W. 4tfc Pb<. And he'll grin and turn up the National Sewing i Inc. Waldo.. on 301 l-i ml. fromSchenk's From $3,995

heat.. Near Livestock Market Lounge, follow signs.
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man, cooks and clerks, ground- Frame bungalow 5 rooms, Drenches & Vaccines IQtp 6-26 '.

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I 337 N.
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heat & lug Center. Gainesville." 3465.
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Realty '
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Rej. Broker FOR SALE-Deep lot. 117 foot at least 5 year His earn
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frontage. 301() ings will be approximately HOOD ,
North of
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Temple Ave.
FOR SALE LOTS Sampson ,I : concrete block Arouse.Nie .
3. We have our owui X-riy and laboratory (Mr.Jitnri Lake. SOft. frontage $2,000. call tfchg;i Starke Fla. Two drl/eways. near motels. to $1400 per montX depending Neighborhood. 3 elects
Monerlef I li Good potential. Phone 944-6240 his pbility. Send resume to
full time upon
our licensed technlclo
-, SEVERAL Ph. 961-6609 from school
GOOD and
Jim Rowe 1-305-322-2943 USED shopping 671
). San- AddIng I or 721.3567 Jacksonville. North. -P.. Atlantic_____ Cora._ _.. P._ O. Box I
ford. 6tp 5-8 Machines for sale elec '- 1 W. Call. N. B. Rosier Ztclig 5-1
5-8 I 20334. Orlando. Fla. 32804.
trlcs: subtraction credit bal I 2tshg: .
4 We are licensed for 55 beds by the State Board' ance. Bradford 2tp 5-1 I FURNITURE Reflnishlng. upholstering -
County Telegraph FOR PA\E 7 ((3 bedrocmt
of Health License No. 181. I STARLING I CAMPER room cabinet! mark, antiques -
tf I I)'tijO, large ,warehouse FOR RENT 1 bedroom fur. I : restored to their orlg'..
'on 3 lots at 715 N. Walnut St. nlshed house. 308 S. Water St.Itchlr.
5. We have
a modern, fireproof building with cen- FARM SUPPLY SALES nal beauty Cau C. E. Jackson:
Call 964-5886 for formation..
teal alr-condltloner and heat FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE 1 1313 Madison St.. Starke. Phone
ready for 3 I 2tchg 51TM I 1
occupancy. bedroom 964-5370. tfchg
2020 Waldo Road
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225 E. Andrews 2 bath. Located Just SINGER AUTOMATIC I
6. We are within two block of the Bradford Gainesville 376-0691 STRAWBERRIES
County Phone 964-6067 outside of city limits in I You peck!
Fronter:
Authorized Family First; 2 bed-
Dealer
HosplUI. Plnebreeze. Easy ironthly Sewing machine: Z'gzars. blind them. 25c qt. Bring own contain.
Lower Prices terms! Longchamp Const Co. "SUrcraft" "Dreamer" r:=m, front kitchen 12x56. tltches. buttonholes. deeerates. eState-: Rd. 16. 21. miles east
Contact "Wheel 1 Camper" Over SI.600 has been paid on this etc. Original price S300. Has a of SUrke. J.
7. We have a fine staff of Doctor cervlng the Home. Vaccinate Now For: Bifo-.C Mitch.11. coach. Make 2 payments and R. Walnwrlght
pone 96 -6853 P o. AoxK38 Travel Trailers Truck I $64 balance or reliable party Farm. tfchg
Horses Sleeping Sick mrve In. Bonanza Mobile
Starke tf'-h' Campers Fold Down in thla area can assume S8 mon-
a. We are V.A. approved. ness Cattle Blackleg SALES & SERVICE I (\mt'!. 4471 N.W. 13th St., thlv payments. Will take olde; Lake' Front Properties

Drenches & VaccinesFOR FURNISHED garage apart- Gri-fivllle: : Piorr: 3724286.! machine In trade. Phone COL- Acreages large and small
4tchfr 5-15
9. We are approved by the State Welfare Agency. ment on Klngsley Lake for FOR SALE Azalea Restau- LECT. Jacksonville 353-1946.

RENT Small three bed rent. Nc-s for couple or bach rant and 5 Micomplete rooms FOR RENT Furnished air- night or day. Ask for Credit Trailerl..otll
elor. Phn3 533-2301 AU> 3 1-2 acres 301 South. conditioned bachelor apartment, Manager. Will deliver. no obligation Home Business
10. We are approved. under Medicare. room 1 bath dwelling, recently tfchi :on 1606 Main Street.
,
redone. Adults preferred. A. J. N) reesor.able:' offer refused.Plrne $30 month. Renner Apt, 633 Mc. I
Thomas, Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. FOR RENT-One 4 room furnished 964-6985. tfch? Mahon. Phone 964-6279 tfehgFAYE'S .' Stchg 5-29 S. E. McKay

11. We are Urge enough to give aU minla! errlcea one bedroom apartment. WILL KEEP chilc'-'en In my
an adult need hut small WANTED TO Utilities furnished. Phone 964. FOR RENT in Starke. Attractive FABRICS. Hlway 301. He lto-: Appraisal Service
may enough to providea Buy Acreage.! IIi mi. ncrto: of Waldo. Ope.iFri. I h"me any hours. 314 N". Church!
6852. 3 bedroom lo
home. Desirable -
family atmonpher 20-50 acres reasonable. Mall tfchsrHcuss St. 2tp 5-8
Keystone Hts.
complete information to R. cation. Also apartments. W. H. .. Sat. nights till 9. Surdays. 4734816TIRED
for sale Park of the Noiiman tfchg 12-7. Weekdays: 9-6. TFchg
Wick 2330 Sunrise Blvd., Ft. FOR SALE Baldwin Electric
12. Mr. J. H. Moacrlef Puma: K I OF SCUM on your boat
I* In charge of complete lab- !tone Heights. Large
!
Myers: Fla. Up To Settle an Estate REWARD For return of I Organ for home or church.! $330. bottrm from leaving it In the
oratory and X-ray fatllltlc. Laboratory No. J24. living room dinning room, 2 (small ) Chest cf Drawers. SIS. Call f73-
dog red Pomeranian
bedroom. 1 1.2 baths Apor-xirmtely; 15 acres of land tcy water? U so. why not get anelf'"t:1c
FOR RENT4 room furnished Florida w.ttln: female. 10 yro. old fat and 3068 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. : boat hoist and cradle
We one mil of Starke. Nice
With Title ream,
Comply 6, Civil Rights Law apartment. Private entrance large screened!! porch and Itch
path. Central air site for ore or more country lame. Lost Sat. about 7:30: p.m. !installed ready for: use? Free es
Adults. Phone 964-6149 224 W. conditioningand
CALL, WRITE OR COME BY heat. On paved read hcme' A. J, Thomai. Realtor corner of Madison & Orange Sts. timates. Call 964-7168 after 6.
Lafayette St. 2tohg 5-8 no Name STEREO CONSOLE COMBO
DeeDee. Mary Bejser.t,
AND VISIT WITH US. assejsmeru. low taxes Tel. 964-5701. Up!
accessto IS63 W. Madison, phone 9645488. Take up; payments on 2-month-
LAWTON B, THOMAS. WANTED Good used Spinet Lake Brooklyn and many KINOSLEY LAKE ccttago now ltch'J cld beautiful Stereo Console FOR SALE 1 owner 1962
Owner-Admlatetrator
Piano. Phone 964-6019 after 5 other privileges. Landsaped:: lot renting by week or month (ram: like new.: 4-speed record chang- Rambler.'Low mileage good

MRS. GERTRUDE KAUFFMAN AMt. AdmInistrator p.m. ltchg with! bearing fruit trees. Reasonably July 12 thru Sept.;: Call Bill FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick rr-combinatlon radio. Balan-e, :: condition: : S395. Call Mrs. Dcrko

WE COMPLY: WITH TITLE VI ADDING MACHINES: Man- priced. Call 473-4633. Graham 96<$-'i093.! 2tchg 5-1 home central heat and air (,\'e $67. er S9 per month. Phone: 964-5827 cr: 782-3387. Up
2tchg 5-11 condition conveniently: located, COLLECT Jacksonville 353-1946.
ual or electric. For Hale or GTO '63 3-2s 4 spd., excellent unfurnished. 323 N. Walnut St. night or day. Ask for Credit IF WE BOAT HAVE IT
Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones rent. Add subtract credit bal FOR RENT 3 bedrom fur- active trainIng I 'I It fer ..
cord.tioii.: sro'ag Inquire at premises or call Manager Will deliver, no obligation. we'll get y Office
ance. Bradford' County Tele .
nished farm house Call 964 6937. $1400. Call 964-5459. 535 N. Starke 964-7753 or 1606 Main, Street. Suaplfe Furniture.' Eaufemoat. -

Paste 18 graph. tfchg Cherry St. Itp : 9646491.tfchg 5tch 5-29 Bradford Cowrty
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