Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Set By School BoardA 1 Problem To BoardShould StymiesCouncl

7Ar a new food service more students are expected
center (cafeteria) be built at the middle school next year,
the Bradford-Union Area Vocational when sixth graders from Starke The Starke City Council
revised plan for bussing other than the one to which the a motion by Charles Sawyer. Technical Center? and Southside Elementary got another "wronpr num-
Bradford students to school student is transported must pro A major physical change in H Supt. Tom Casey told the schools are moved to the middle ber" Tuesday night in a
which Includes a freedom-of-' vide their own transportation.The the bus system will be the addition School Board Tuesday 50 per school. This will compound an repeated attempt by two
choice feature has been adoptedby Board discussed at length of four new buses without cent federal matching fund unworkable situation according members to put the bodyon
the Board of Public Instruc- the second feature of the 1969- retiring any vehicles presentlyon may be available for vocational. to Middle School Principal RIch. record opposing a pro-
70 'bus plan, trying to decide before the road. Older buses Casey technical construction. The sup. ard Jockel. posed rate increase by Florida -
tion.Freedomof- Choice forms adoption if it incorporatesa said, would be placed on short erintendent made no recommen- The BUS and Starke Elemen- State Telephone Co.

must be returned by June freedorn-of-cholce plan which runs around Starke. dation that a cafeteria be built tary cafeterias are overcrowdednow
This change will eliminate, with a big enrollment jump The hang-up came on Councilman -
10 this year.As will satisfy the federal Department but told the Board he hesitated
presented by Supt. Casey. of Health Education, and the superintendent said some to even mention the topic. expected at BHS next year due !Nell: Tucker's motion to

the bussing plan for the 1969- Welfare. students having to wait on second Members of an awarding saxophone quartet from the BUS Costs would be about $100.000 to RJE transfers."It adopt a Increase"resolution opposing Florida

70 term Is built around rough Supt. Tom Casey told the loads to leave Starke. All band are Juanlta Griffin Paul Faulkner Greg Gay, and :Mike with half that coming from local ls with a great deal of reluctance State"any,rate which operates by the

zones which funnel pupils to Board he has heard nothing students will leave the Educa White. The school. It is also from HEW since a federal hear. tional Park. Bradford High and
a particular the State Bank Contest. (Continued on Page Four) Lake exchanges. ,
built around a realignment of ing examiner ruled last November the Middle School, at about 3:15: Cause of the indecision Is thai Councilmen Gerald Williams

grades at different schools. Bradford's F-C (freedom- p.m. every day, he said. Band Concert Set Friday NightA the only local funds availableto and Orle Wiggins, employeesof
Biggest change which will aft of-choice) plan was in compliance The bus plan is promulated match the federal money :la the telephone company, abstained
that Bus 33, with the 1964 Civil Rights around the School Board's master debt
feet students is capital outlay and service Forestry from voting; 1\1:Rae and
driven by Mrs. Nelson Green Act. Casey said the Board plan of grades<% which will be Spring Concert by the adults and 25 cents for students. funds which are tabbed for con- Tucker supported the resolution -
will take 38 children living on would have to rule as it saw fit, taught in each county school. Bradford High School combined Four members of the BHS struction of a new building at ; and Councilman P.T.
SR-16 northeast of Starke to and the plan was adopted on -All students! grades 9.12 bands.. is !set tomorrow night. band, a saxophone quartet, won Bradford High School. The con- !Nolan: voted against It.
Southslde Elementary Insteadof will attend Bradford High May 9, at 8 p.m. In the BHS a superior rating in the solo struction at BHS is of prime Funds City Attorney George Pierce
Starkd/ 'Elementary. This is In School. auditorium. ensemble contest in the State Importance to Casey; It Is the said the motion .Inst because,
effort to make the two schoolsof -Outlying schools, Lawtey There will be 70 flutophone Band Contest at Jacksonville only project he failed to com- with two members abstaining,
similar size have equal en Chamber Elementary, the present Ander- students playing 38 In the beginning Beach May 1. Superior Is the plete in the $2.5 million school CutA a unanimous vote would be required
rollments. son Junior High, RJE High, band and 60 in the adhighest rating that. can be building program over the past Face by the other three mem-
Hampton Elementary, and several bers to pass a motion. The
vanced band.
the School awarded. Members of the quartet years.
laid down by
Rules Brooker Junior High, next year attorney said thatalthough three
The combined bands will play are Juanlta Griffin, senior,
Board Tuesday morning are: will all be elementary schools But the Board has an undesir- reduction of $321.000 in state members constitute a quorum:
students will be transported SecretaryTo a varlty of music sa: the concert daughter!! of Mr. and Mrs. Ell
-No school which has with grades K6. Bus serviceto will offer something for Gibson; Paul Faulkner, 11, 601evei'yone \ able situation at the vocational funds to the Florida Forestry and can carry on day-to-day:
past a will be center and middle business of the Council, they
RJE and Anderson school with Service has been recommendedby
according to Bandof Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkne1'master
a grade In which he Is enrolled. about cannot pass motions by a 2-1
will be
1,000 students
eliminated and they having to the House Appropriations
Dean Gassels. Sr. 9 of Mr.
have ; Greg Gay, son
to would
-Parents wishing To do mean
QuitMrs. neighborhood schools within walk a long distance to Starke Committee along with a recommendation vote. so
their children attend schools Number for which the BITS and Mrs. J. O. Gay and Mike approval by less than a majority -
walking distance of all pupil Elementary or BHS for lunch. that counties makeup
won superior ratings at the White. 9. son. of Mr. and. Mrs. (three members) of the
attending here. The 700 middle school stu the cut.
District Ban Contest will be Olin White. full Council, and would be con-
Lillian (H. A.) Bishop -The two large elementary Included in the program. No other BHS band members dents must begin lunch at 10:30: ( The Appropriations Committee trary to established rules of
Rains submitted her resignation Thursday (Continued on Pace Four) Admission will be 50 cents for competed'' in the state contest a.m. to 'be able to eat. About 150 suggests the counties makeup procedure, Pierce said.
May' 1,as acting director of the loss by doubling, from
the Bradford County Chamber. three to six cents per acre the Williams and Wiggins abstained -
of Commerce.Mrs. share of forestry funds they now from voting after Pierce

ComeDown Bishop announced her Still Left In Doubt provide.' read from the City Code that:
resignation to the Chamber's Casey Such a cut on the state level "No member my vote on any
Board of Governors at Its would cost Bradford County sev- question In which he has a personal -
monthly luncheon meeting in eral thousand dollars. The Interest!' At the

the Garden Restaurant She said county now contributes between Council's April 15 meeting the
for $2.000 and $3.000 in local fundsto two telephone company em-
she will remain on the Job
several weeks until the Chamber the Forest Service.In ployees had joined with NoUn
New River was the wettest On School Board OfficesWhere a slmlllar
find a letter to all county corn- In voting against:
oan a successor.
spot in the county with 3.3 Inches The resignation leaves the mi&sloners. Bruce J. Scott, motion by Tucker.
of rainfall recorded at the president of the State AssocIation !Nolan: said there appeared to
local chamber without the ser-
fire tower there during the week of County Commissioners*, be some misunderstanding as
from April 28 to May 5, accord- vices of either a manager or a to his position on the rate Increase -
will asked haven't wev""You've
the School
Executive Vice President Boardbe you've Hamilton said they should Isslon has states:
secretary. paid out
ing to the Florida Forest Ser Peter J. Novak resignedlast housed when the new county backed us 1000/0/," know something in three of a total construction$454,892 price to "Many. counties faced with Issue and read He said a pre-that

vice. month. Mrs. Bishop has courthouse Is finished In a.few Casey replied months, to return then. Trlst Const. Co of $719,486. this Increased cost would dropout pared statement.
behind should not
not far the Council any
Lawtey was months? Then Shuford said some pro- of the This would
"Better Shuford in This leaves program
been director since April yet. some $264,594
with an even three inches recorded That's a question School Supt. vision will be made. Casey terjected. "We'll come to unspent Jeopardize Florida's importanttree official stand In the matter until -
at the Louis Hill tower. 3. Tom Is all the facts and figures
Casey having a hard asked when he should come see you." crop and the conservationof
comparison the Santa Fe committee was time finding He back Furniture Is expected to cost were in and tne tint hearing
By A selection an answer to. before the Board. As of this week the Comm- soil, water wildlife outdoor he
area was dry with only 1.6 Inches named by Chamber President repeatedly asked the County $40,000 and archltiectand other recreation, and natural' beautyall had been held. lie said
recorded. both Commission again Monday In fees must also be paid.In 1 questioned the timing of the
being Loyree LaNler to find an needing this protection."We .
County average for the week executive vice president (man- another "1 know you hate to all, the Commission took recommend you contact resolution and not its opposI-

was 2.63 inches, the most rain ager) and a. new secretary. see me up here again" appear- up 30 different matters Mon- members of your delegation and tion to the proposed rate in-
in some weeks. Bradford's 50- Several board members urged, ance, but left apparently still day In 2 1/2 hour meeting urge them to return to the Bud- crease.
year average for May is 2.72 inches that efforts to find the two new unsadsifled. witnessed by a Bradford High get Commission's recommendation "As of today, the company
according to the Forest employees be made as speedilyas The School Board Is asking class in Problems In American for the Florida Forest Ser has! not convinced me that It Is
$30,000 to build of the Board's a l"o rate Increase -
Service. quarters Democracy.. Among entitled to even
the fire
possible. leave
This will
in April was way Chamberhas Its own, perhaps an additionto actions were: ," Nolln said In Ms state
Mrs. LaNler said the aaaa.a al control: assessment at three
of the present USO Building -- A policy of requiring a ment.
below the 50-year average had several injuiriea con rents per acre and will insure
across from Bradford High doctor's certificate when county
4.63 Inches for that month. Only cernlnathe executive directorship School on Temple Ave. It employees use sick leave was 'hat not only the essential Florida Councilman McRae said that
1.16 Inches was recorded last one from a woman from would have cost$78.000 to house I Instituted on a motion bx Comm- Forest Service Fire Control he and !Nolln: must have "dif-

month. Wisconsin. the School Board In the new issioner Ralph Bryan who said Program U continued, but. also, ferent Interpretations" of what
Wet ground held down fires Selection committee appointed courthouse, Casey told the sick leave has been -abused. the valuable assistance to volunteer Council policy should be In
for the week with only two reported Includes the following: Mac Commission Architect Frank "If you're going to talk about fire departments can be the matter. lie said that a

by the Forest Service Baldwin, president-elect of the George told him four years two weeks more vacation, that's continued."We member of the Florida Public
with 7.6 acres burned. Chamber, chairman; S. L. Peek ago when the courthouse ;r-/- fine; but If we're talking about further suggest that you Utilities Commission, conduc-
. There have been 60 fires since Jr., Let Grogam. Gus Kopelou- In the planning stage. was sick leave, that's somethingelse ask your delegation to supportthe ting the initial hearing on the
Jan. 1 this year and 337.6 acres Wayne interim phone rate increase, had said
803, Charles Sawyer, Only admission the superin- he said. Two board establishment of an
burned. That is well below the Whiffen, and chairmen of the. tendent could get from the E. T. Martin (right), general manager of Clay Electric members wanted to wait on the study committee composed of that any expression of approvalor
120 fires and 906.2 acres burned following groups: Starke City county Monday was there has Cooperative, congratulates winners of essay contest (from policy to give the employeesroom selected members of the Senate disapproval would be wel-
over the same period in 1968. Council, Bradford County Commissioners been no provision made in the left): James Richardson, Kerry Sharkleford, Kay Stone and to "hang themselves." and House of Representatives, come and helpful to the Com-
Four day weather outlook beginning Bradford Develop new courthouse for school administrative James Stephens. -_A new form for easements to determine how forest fire mission In reaching' decision..
NoUn maintained or
WednesdaY. May 7, ac- ment Authority, and Bradford offices. That's for residents wanting ditches control should be financed. This
cording to the Forest Service, Fair Association something both Casey and the Winners Named In dug was accepted as presentedby interim committee could also possibly more additional hearings -
called for above normal temperatures Commission have known all Essay County Judge T. A. Yawn. look Into the possibility ofa would be held in the mat-
near normal humidity In other action last Thursday along. Henceforth the Board will request statewide program, relieving ter, and that the Commission
and less than one quarter The Chamber Board: Contest By Clay Electric enough right-of-way: to the counties of the present par- would not announce its decision
Inch of xaln. A few patches of Voted. to continue its re- Casey got no defnlte answeras equipment room to re-work a ticipation and bring under pro- until at least 30 days after
ciprocal membership; with the to whether me scnooi tiOard ditch and will ask for a legal the final hearing. "That Is the
fog were pre-
early Starke Golf and Country Club. will still be housed In the "old" Four high school juniors were one week expense-paid tour of tection the two million acres time we should submit a res-
dicted. Moved to find two namesto courthouse when the other off- named winners In the 1969 Washington.A (Continued on Page Four not now being served."" olution, during lie( waiting

be submitted to Gov. ClaudeR. icials move to the new build- "Youth Tour to Washington" ...uu..u........................:..:.:.:.:.:.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.'.,.,....,................................,..............:.:.:..:.:.,.:.:.:.,..:.:.:.:.:.:.,..,................................................................._...... iod after the final hearing per-,"
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Kirk as members of the Development ing In a few months.As Contest, Tuesday night In the Nolan said.Tucker .

Spring ConcertBy Pat Everett Authority.'and Zedra The termsof Ham appearances In four the or school five previous super- conference tric Cooperative room, Keystone of Clay Elec-Heights. r#I< 'FjTtmn.shdt;; ; ;; 7>-ig".m;; ;; I 1 Nolin's theory said he on disagreed timing, with and

ilton are expriring, Evertt told intendent was told by Chairman 8 $ again offered his motion opposing
Dave Shuford there will
"be any rate Increase With
the board.
The Announced: It will host .a some provisions made. We Winners were: Kerry Shac- Wiggins and Williams abstain-
BHS BAND Florida Crown Council meeting just"haven't had time to find kleford, Keystone Heights High Adopted By Commissioncounty ing, the 2-1 vote .in favor of
out. School Kay Stone, Clay Junior-
Florida State Prison May ;
9 it the Casey was also told just as Senior High School; James adoption was ruled out by Pierceas
Frfday, May 16 beginning 9:30: *jn. before that If there Is any money Richardson, and James Step- High SchoolAuditorium left after the courthouse Is com- hens, both of Santa. Fe High plan to provide fallout shelter which has''adopted such a Other major shelters will include the CiV '-narter.lolln's .

pleted and furnished, the School. These four were jud- space for the county in case plan.The the Brooker Junior High !: Statement
New Auto Taga School Board will be consid- gILd hoot of the eight finalists. of ,nuclear attack was adoptedby resolution is the third School, Hampton Elementary, Following is the complete text
8:00 P.M. ered.In The!! finalists had reached the the County Commission Mon of six steps necessary for the and the Florida State Prison. of Nolln's statement on his pos-
Go On SaleMonday "
Students 25c asking funds to move his oral portion of the contest, day, May 5. county to formulate a community Williams said people allocated ition:
June 2 offices, Casey told the Comm- sponsored by Clay Electric shelter plan, which can also to the various shelter facilities -
Adults 50c I ission: "We still don't know on the basis of essays writ-, With little discussion, the serve in case of natural disas other than the prison at There appears to be some
New license tags for motor vehicles where we'll be. We want an ten from material furnishedto Board approved by voice 'a resolution ter. Ralford, will be able to walk to misunderstanding among our
will go on sale here Monday answer even If It is an adverse more than a hundred high presented by Civil De- the shelters within a 30-minute residents as to my positionIn
June 2, Tax Collector J. R. one." school junior contestants. fense Director Frank Williams. According to Williams, the period. regard to the requested telephone -
Kelly announced yesterday. "We've always told you we Christine Brantley, Inter- 193,000 square miles of Brad.. The community shelter plan rate increase. In order
Deadline for obtaining the tags wouldn't let it rain on you.haven't lachen High School; Sandra In the resolution the Commission ford County now has shelters to would be completed by the end to clarify my position, I shall
This Space Contributed Is July 20.( we" CommissionerZedra Haas, Bradford High School; agreed to have fallout provide for 12,857 of the 14,500 of the current year Weekly to Publicize Kelly said that persons) wish-, Hamilton asked Casey. Deborah Hawes, Keystone Heights shelter protection Included: : in residents. mailed to each Bradford a meeting of this councilon
The school head replied he April 15, a motion was made
Community Events by dng to reserve special numbers wasn't even sure of that High. School; and CharlesLee future construction new or renovations These shelters ore. scattered family are planned, Williams that the Starke City Council
must reserve them before May Brown, Lincoln High Scho- saM.
Chairman Shuford said both for minimum space throughout Starke and the rural prepare and submit a resolu-
IS and pay an extra $1 in addition ool, Gainesville were namedas Plans now are to distributethe
The Community the School Board and County and protection recommended by communities of Hampton tion to the State Public Service
to regular tag fees. Commission has borrowed runners-up In the contest the Office of ClyU\ Defense. Only Lawtey, and Brooker. booklets via electric meter Commission stating that thecounci'
State Bank The tax collector's office win money for new buildings and Ines and each received a U.S.Sav- stipulation la l' the document, Under the 'proposed plan, the readers. 'as opposed' to the 40%
remain open four Saturdays during said the School Board has spent Bond. which Williams read to the major shelter ix\ Starke wouldbe Members of the Bradford Civil rate Increase which the Florida

Accounts now Insuredup the sale period Kelly said., '"four or five times as much as The four winning juniors from Board at the request of Chairman in the new courthouse on Defense Advisory Committee, Telephone Comanpy was seeking -
to $15,000 by TheM dates will be June 14 and we have." Clay Electric will join winners Dave Shuford Ls that adding North Temple Avenue, the First which Is formulating the .plan, I voted against the adopt
Federal Deposit Insurance 28. and July 12 and 19. from other rural electrics In the shelter cannot increasethe Baptist Church In the downtown include J. F. Bloodworth. Don ion of this resolution for three
Corp. The new tags are green and "We're"not fighting the Sch- Florida at the new Jackson- cost of the construction area and the city's sewerage ald DIamond Bill Hcas. Starke reasons:
white, and prices are the same ool Board," Shuford said, ville International Airport on more than five per cent. treatment plant on Edwards Mayor Carl Hurst; Douglas
a* last year, Kelly aald.LL. "We've helped you every time June 8 for the start of their Levy is ,the only other area Road' Baldwin -.


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of Mr. and...(Mrs. Karl Dobbs. Mrs. Jimmie Reddish' and family Wayne Larkin of Miami, and
Interest To. IM Beta Sigma Phi Karen- Register- of Lake City, last Thursday night were Mr. and !Mrs. Drlggers. of Lake
Miss Linda Whitehead and
Sets InstallationBeta was a weekend guest of her Butler.
.1 grandoarents, Mr. and Mr& Mr. and (Mrs. John Watts and :Mr end Mrs. Gerald Orlffla
,i.1i Sigma Phi sorority will Earl Dobbs. Tanya. !had as Sunday nl 'ht supper
WOMEN :\ meet Monday May' m, *t 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dobbs of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Larkin guests Mr. and Mrs.John Watts!
on Wilson Road. Mra. Steve Palatka visited her father, Oad of the State Farm' entertainedwith and family, and Randy Blom
at the home of Mrs.W. H.Johna ISlmmoM |Dobbs. lat Friday night. a fish fry at their home of the State Farm, and Rer.
I Jr. will:be co-tosDew: Some of those enjoying: an ice ,last Friday night.! Among their and Mrs. Joe Klser of Lake But-
**. Gladys" Moolr:.Phon 9..1C08. Installation of officers
be held at Into time. -'
Linen Shower

'Birthday Parly ..... .
For Miss P tray.Brideelect '

For Mr. RosierJ. ,.. :'/,::;..?,.. i Let
Your Fortune j
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Q. Rosier celebrated .1st{ ;
Miss Donna Lou :
74th birthday Sunday, \\Aprll'?/; :." ,'"
of June N, was honored i
when his family gave a dhaerparty I iI
at linen shower toot
for Mm d NIl homo near.
Thursday night given by Mrs. (Bradord County Hospital; announces
Sinclair art daughter births:
Clyde the following" :
Helping! to celebrate: tine occasion -
Evelyn. 'were his wile Children t Mr. and, Mrs. Henry Vernon
grandchildren Hodge Starke a eon. CfcarteS
grandchildren, great
Arrangement of snapdragon
Otto. April 29.
: and friends which: included
and iweet peas -were used In ( Mr. and Mrs. Clayborn Herod
the families Mr. and Mrs.J HagoodI3ryanlEngagement{
the party rooms. The refreshment Lake Butler,a daughter
*. M..Cruce ST.. Mr. and Mr*. Draggers
table was covered: with a- :!I -J Clifton Rosier. Mr. and Mra. ToldMr. ,.Amy Louise. May
white outwork cloth and. centered Clyde Griffls Sr., and Mrs.
with a miniature bride George (ktftla, 'tall of Lawtey. and Mrs. BUas Otto Ht
doll and flanked by white taperu. Mr. and Mrs. Homer; Hart of !good of Webster announce tne- iTAiiiiiBy
in silver holders. Cindy Sink Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. & engagement and approaching
presided at the punch bowl. M. Cruce of Sanford; Mr. and marriage of their daughter..
Games were played during Mrs. J. L. Slade of Hampton: Susan (Kathleen, to Jimmy Mra. Earl Dobbs
:Mrs. Ullle Zoucks: of Tampa: Charles Bryant, son of Mr. and.
the party hours and prize4sere :
:Rev. and 'Mrs. Bennett of Jack. Mrs. Charles Bryant of Starke. ...... .6.
awarded. 'Status of Women' eotiville. and :Mr. tad Mra. Miss Hagood 10 a graduate of G.M .
Strickland of Maxvllle. South Sumter High School ill Friends of Mrs. Susie Dobbs
Will Be
the TopicAt
The hostesses presented Bushnell, class of 1966, Is employed will be glad to know that she
honoree wlthr a laundry basket, May BreakfastMrs. In the real estate office: came home from Bradford
which' 'was filled with rifts from at Croom-A-Coochee Hide-Away. County Hospital last Saturdayand
the guests and a towel set as s Mary R. Grizzle, of Juniors PlanInstalIation Mr. Bryant Is a 1965 graduate is recuperating at the homeof
memento of the oeoaalon. "leavwater, member of the of Bradford High School\ and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dobbs.
The: honoree, her mother.2irs.Don ) Florida House of Representatives Is employed by Western Electric Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rlckerson
Patray and Mrs. O. E. for four terms, will speak In Gainesville.The of Lake Butler visited Mr. and
Brewer, mother of the brlde- on "The Status of Women" at The Junior Woman's Club will wedding 'will be an eventof Mrs. Theodore Rosier and other "" uI 1J
presented the annual May Day BreakfastOf have a banquet and Installation Saturday. June 28 at 7:30: relatives hero Sunday.Mr. a3'w l
gpoom-elect, were > the Starke Woman's Club at of officers Saturday, May 10, pan at the St. Catherine Bap- and Mrs. Gerald Griff's'
corsages from the hostesses. at 7:30: p.m. at the club house. Fla.
11:30: a.m. Wednesday May 14. test Church St. Catherine. had as Thursday night supper
Mrs. Grizzle is a past president Mrs. Mary Grace Brook, district All friends and relatives ar. guests Miss Karen Register of
four director,will be guest Michelle and Jeffrey
of the Florida Federation Invited to attend. Lake City.
of Republican Women, .a mem- speaker. demons of Hellbronn Springs.
Little WomenTo Mrs. Wayne Whlffen gave a Mrs. Earl
na- Oad Dobbs, Mr. and
ber of the organization's
the FFWC conventionin
report on i
Meet MondayThe tional board, and the first Re- Miami at the regular meet- Dobbs Mr. and Mrs. James
publican woman to be elected) ing monday nightThe I Bowers, and Mr. and Mrs.Alvin
Little Women's Club will to the Florida House. She was club Is offering a $400 Griffls and sons, all of Ralford/
hold Its last meting of the year selected as one of Ten Outstanding Nursing Scholarship. Anyone and Doug Price of Williston.
on Monday May 12,at 7:30: p.m. Women In 1966 by the St. Interested may contact Miss Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs visited -
In the club house. New officersfor Petersburg Times, and Is listedin Delia Rosenberg at BUS or call Mr. and Mrs Howard Regis- iII
the coming. year 'will be 'Who's' Who in American Mrs. Harry Gruen, 964-5152. tor and family In Lake City Sun-

installed by Mra. A. Russell Women. The club will sponsor a day night.
Norman. Tickets for the breakfast are Tupperware party Monday,May ,-',..- -' /l\\
Hostesses for the meeting will $2 each and may be obtained 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the club Rev. Joe KIser, chaplain of
be Patty Roller Debra Johns from Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr. house. The public Is Invitedto the Reception and Medical Center =
and Linda: Haw. Mrs. V. J. Spengler, Leila's, or attend.It's : ', at Lake Butler, filled the.
here last Sunday.
Loudon's Beauty Shop. .
.. Misses Jackie and Joey Sappof
'1. ( Gainesville were weekend
t. ..I. .., tc.I guests of their parents, the
"Mom's Day Off." Treat Herman Sapps.
ETH ER5DAY ;"iJ) \. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mikell Jr.
and sons of Deland. were Sun

SUNDAY, MAY 11 All the Family To Our ;JA. day and Mrs.afternoon Earl Dobbs.visitors of Mr. ......... ......-,!.: ;--

Mr. and Mrs. Marjell Dobbs r. "-
; -
_._j and children, of Madison were ( -
Saturday guests of his father, S.2Scro ,
Oad Dobbs. -
vest pattern made up in soft r M.
Mother's cotton suede is given added Annum"Y '
Special Day interest with an all-over dia Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner Per ,
mond-shaped motif. The design of Jacksonville, visited On Certificates
is created with J. & P. Mrs. Rubye Yarbrough and $5,000 Minimum
Coats cotton twill tape. Mark Mrs. Harold Yarbrough and 6 Months Maturity .
off diamond pattern with chalk
pencil, making parallel lines daughters
2Vinches apart, and stitch on the school play In. Lake .
BUFFET both edges of tape. Butler that night.'
Mrs. Melba Faulkner of

25 here Jacksonville Sunday., visited relatives Grow With Us !

I. THE BRADFORDCOUNTY Mrs. Edna Cason) of Jacksonville
TELEGRAPH and Mrs. Clara Downingand
daughter, of Live Oak visited
Publish: '!d every Thursdayat Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs
SERVED 138 W. Call Street Sunday afternoon.
11:00 A. M. TO 2:00 P. M. Starke, Florida 32091 Mrs. Harold Yarbroughrecent
ly visited her parents Mr. and
Second clan postage paidat Mrs. J. C. Odom and family
Starke. Florida. in Glennville, Ga.

Subscription Rates i Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Barring-
&cQw ton of the State Farm had as
In trade area: $3CO pei'year
Sunday guests Mrs. Barrlngton'sbrotherinlaw
Outside: $2.75 trade six area months.: $3.50 and sister Mr. We Are Moving! Come In To See Us At
and Mrs. Buster Willis of Live
$3.00 six months
per year;
STARKE FLA. Oak. 395 West Madison We'll Be There Mon-

I Mrs. Mary Freeman bad as
Sunday guests her daughter, day, May 12th!
Mrs. Willene Greene of Jacksonville -

We Can't Keep A Secret! children Mr. and, of and Mrs.the R. L.Jack State Greene Cason Farm.and of

Daytona Beach visited Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Rosier, Mrs.
"Your wife told us Alice Cason' and other relatives
here last Saturday.Mrs. .
She Would Love A"

Eunice Rains and daughter T
Patsv, of Live Oak anda FormalOF
MAGIC CHEF RANGE friend. Mrs. Estes, of Jasper visitorsSMILE ,

were Sunday afternoon

ijjjj' For M l)@ OF THE WEEK

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Marla Moore :! .... ," q ,
. \, IllfJtr/M! /lL'II( Wl8il'.t; >Ufl.: :

Elected To I .: : : .. ..... .. : . ,
j PtfdaC[ nl rrA Phi Beta Kappa "

Miss Marla Moore daughter WINDSHIELD MY wuE.S y SLOGAN I _
Lt. and Mrs. Dan M. Pa4, t. -Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Swinyet Mr. and Mrs. John Steven of, James Moore of Starke, bas. ANT) A' AN FINALLY DOZED OFF- f I ( A
m have been Mrs. been elected one of 59 new members i7NINItYVE BOV.Hfff WOMAN'S PURSE?
vlsltlns Pe of Keystone Heights, who will Gulf Breeze and grandsons. ,, eo-r-T'EM DREAM//. -
ter's parent Mr. and Mm leave soon for their mummer Mike and Steve Steven of oran.. of &the Alpha of (Florida! r ; ry b? I =
Gene Long and Lt. Pfttwfe home in Los Oatos. CaHf.: wen ce Park: were Saturday visitor chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. 'at = c = BILDWIMCHEVRQUETQIDS'
parents. Mr. and Mrs Dan M. honored at a luncheon Sundayat of Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae. Florida State University.
. Pater Jr., In Keystone Heights. the Holiday< Inn given by' Mrs. Titus Olson was In Jacksonville The new members will be Initiated 'THEY NAVE ON ,
: Lt. and Mrs. Pater 'have bead Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. last Friday and SatlJl'oday .at a banquet May 19. EVERYTHING rN'rRE
living In Las Vegu. Nev. for. Guests were Mrs. T. W. Oliver visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Rep. Claude Pepper 11th U.S. !
the past 18 months. Lt. Pant Sr, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawkins. Congressional. district will speakat AUTO PARTS
has recently been tranafcm ad Oliver of St. Simons bland and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan and the banquet. r M
to Lowry Air Force Base tn and Miss. Betty Oliver of Fern family of Lake City visited Mr.: Miss Moore was a December: C
Denver Colo. andina Beach.. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson on SUB*. '1968 graduate of .FSU, majortng ,.V X, "*WOHMAC' '''.
Mr. and Mrs E. L. Matthew in History.;' She Is presently
Mrs. Olive End Un ret.urDe.I-. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton at- day.Titus Olson celebrated his 78th teaching a second grade class
t> her home In Miami Mon after spending' several week White Springs on Sunday.Mr. host at a goose dinner at the! plans are to attend the Univer
with her sister Mrs Gold. and Mrs. David Christopher Elks Club regular meeting. ally of Virginia next fall to
Martin who Is rec.upera.tlaf and daughter. Tammy of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and pursue a master's degree.
from aserious, Illness. Brunrldge. Ala. will spend the My. and Mrs. Brooks Paulk of
Mrs. Edna Hill of Pomona.. weekend with Mrs. Christoph Lake City were in Atlanta
Calif, will arrive Saturday for er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Thursday to Sunday attending YourPlymouth
10 daye visit with her mother. L. Dlnklns. the San Diego-Atlanta and Loa -- r
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs. Peer Merle Grider of Fernandina AngelesAtlanta baseball aeries.
ce's grandson Rex Smyth of Beach Is visiting his parents. Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. and Mrs.
Madison. N. J, visited her over Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider, this Morgan Darby visited Mr. and
the weekend enroute'home fra= week. .Mrs. Roy Ward In Lake City. Mrs. Charles wcyualg and
Southern college in Lakeland. last Friday.Mr. sons and Mrs. Ruby Wllllford of
Don't miss the Starke Shrive. and Mr. W. F." Herlontt Waycroas. Ga. spent the weekend .
Club, Chicken Dinner. Saturday .. had as visitors Mr. andMrs.. with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Dealer
May 17. SM: to 7:39: ,." Mark Herlong of Jacksonville- Williams
DR about' on Saturday and Tom Adams Rev. DeWitt Farabee. George
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones visited and Mrs. Julia Mary Holmesof Hoggins. Don Hardenbrook and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles God. Eliza Charles Johns attended the
and Mrs.
J1ooJ t frey in Aiken S. S. over the beth Tribble of Vidalia Oa. or) t Methodist Gainesville DistrictLayman's
weekend.Mrs. Retreat at Silver
Sue Miles visited Mr. Sunday. Springs Conference Grounds In
BYNANCY'S and Mrs. Billy Miles In Valdosta Don't# miss the Starke Shane Ocala during the weekend. has few
Oa. over the weekend. Club Chicken Dinner Saitr- Mr. and Mrs. John Burton a things
FLOWERS Clyde Terwillegar played In day,'May 17. 5:30 to 7:30 P.m. of Knoxville, Tenn were week.
:MOTHER'S DAY AND the annual member-guest golf end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
THE CARNATIONFor tournament at Tlmuquana Mr. and Mrs. W W. Hood wereat V. Turner and Mr. and Mrs.
hundreds of years flowers Country Club on Friday and Miami Beach over the week. James Barron. t
:have been known to have a Saturday.Mr. end on business.Mr. .
language of their own cerII' of Don't miss the Starke Shrine
and Mrs. H. E. Smith for think
flowers say and Mrs. Gilbert Ooldwire WillLslon visited Mr. and Mrs. Club Chicken Dinner, Satur to
things visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Marc Jackson over the weekend. day, May n, S:3: to 7:30 p.m. you
: unique in Peebles in Ocala over' the week. Barney McRae and Mr. and Mr.Mand
Mrs. H. B.
message Mrs. Russell McRae attendedthe
gtaln end.SSgt.. and Mrs. Joseph A. McRae family reunion at Macon. Ga. were visiting
; ; red earn Gay and eon of Columbia. 8. C.: Bushell on Sunday. MaJ. and Mrs. V. J. Spenglerand
has long spent the weekend with.Mr.. and Local admittances to Bradford Mrs. Emma Badman over
I' accepted as Mrs. O. A. Gay. County Hospital this: week Include the weeltend. .
} the flower to W. E. Crowson of Tampa vIa. : Silas M. Brown, Mrs. Alma Warren Jones and Miss Judy
say: "We ad. ited his brother and sister-in- Grlff Mrs. Gladys Ben. Jones of Gainesville were Sun aboutHERE'S
mire you." The pink carnationIs law. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crow- nett. Mrs. Abble Massey, Mrs. day dinner guests of Mr. and!
said to say, "we admire you, son on Saturday.Mr. Lucile Cawley and Rhonda Ben Mrs. F. B. Beard.
tenderly." and Mrs. Fred Hogue Sr.' nett. Lawtey; Ivy Hodge, Brook- The Bradford County Fair A*
It Lj no wonder then the car were in Jacksonville over the er; Karen Pollard, Graham; socation board of directors helda
nation has become the nationally weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pamela Griffis, Manville: Mr*. farewell steak cookout Tues-
accepted flower to! represent Hogue Jr. Christine Warren, Lake Butler; day night of last week at the
"Mother's Day". What better Mrs. Mike Flynn and children! and Charles DarbY Henry i...- Frank Williams home on Crystal
means could we use to expressour are visiting her parents in TI. Porte, Mrs. Juanlta! Smith, Mrs. Lake for Pete Novak.
love to a person as noble as tusville this week. Gladys Underbill. Mrs. Luclle Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shealy of

our mothers. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weglng Knowles, Johnny Bardon. Charles Atlanta, Ga. were weekend
A lovely floral gift for your of Fort Lauderdale were week Braswell Miss Linda Colson. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C.- ONE
mother is Just as close as your
and Sherry Bitch
Helen Hersey
will end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs.
telephone. Call 964-5792. we
L. Gentry. Ann Wilson of Starke.
see that they are delivered to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw-
her door. Don't miss the Starke ShrtM Don't miss the Starke Shrtm yer will have as Mother's Day
Club Chicken Dinner Solar- Club Chicken Dinner. Salnr. guests Mr. and Mrs. George
I day,'May 17, 3:30 to 7:30: p.m. day, May 17. 5:30: to 7:30: p.m. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Williamson and family of Jack
sonville Mrs. C. G, Steven-
Mr. and Mrs. Neil R. Crawford -
son of Greenville, S, C. and
Say. will attend the ''Peninsular I
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sawyer
Life Insurance Co. Annual Convention ,and family of Jacksonville At'L
In the Grand Bahama Beach. pi
Islands May 1417. Mr. Craw
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Alognaand
ford won the trip based on his. daughter have returned to _
LPP9 sales record with the company.Mr. their home in Twin Mountians
and Mr. H. E. Graddlck of N.H.after several months visit
Sumatra, Fla. will stay wills with Mrs. Alogna's mother,
the Crawford children. Mrs. Gladys Weldon.
'>F ) Mrs. Walla Lipsey is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gore of, Mr. and Mrs. C, F. Wright In
ottortSWhile Whltevllle, N. C.spent the week Gainesville! this week.
end with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mrs. Gladys Feamster of
Graham Talahassee was a weekend
Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Alvarez guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
o of Jacksonville were visiting Sink and Mrs. Sally Whitehead.
You relatives here on Monday.Mr. Mrs:J. G. Jackson and Mrs.
3 and Mrs Robert Tannerof Lila Cook visited Mr. and Mrs.
Baldwin were Sunday visitorsof Don Ray Tilley in Jacksonvilleon
r' Wait Mrs. J. H. Fields Sunday.
Barry Firth left last Thursdayfor Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly
42 weeks training Camp: had as visitors Mr. and Mrs.
With A For Her Leonard Wood. Mo. with the Alton Bond of Live Oak last
special forces reserve. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. S. C,
SP-4 Denton DeVoe of the Tenlv and children of New

Martin Army Hospital Fort Orleans on Saturday and Miss 1969 VALIANT 100 1
IN 14 KARAT Benning, Ga. was home for the Virginia Raysor of St. Peters-
SOLID GOLD weekend. burg on Sunday.
Mrs. T. E. Duncan of Gainesville
was visiting Mr. and
.f' Mrs. K. G. Duncan last Friday.Mr. .
: and Mrs. Herbert Thom. FOR RENT-Two bedroom attractively

as spent the weekend at their N. Walnut St.furnished Phone apartment 2 DOOR SEDAN

camp wedding in the anniversary.Mrs. Scrub on. their 34th 'J647831.Uchg

A BIRTHSTONE Gladys Harrington had]
for EACH MEMBER of her as visitors Mrs. William Harrington .
and daughter of Jack:
FAMILY set into one of these
sonville over the weekend and SE/ftVICE/ SCHEDULE
beautiful jewels... each piece FROM Mrs. Marlon Harrington and! CATHOLIC ChurchesST.
available in from 1 to 7 birth- $ daughter of Palatka on Sunday.
stones of your choice. 1495ONE Mrs. P. E. Stone and Mrs. EDWARD'S Stathe: :
Mamie Anderson of. Archer Sunday: Mass, 8 a.m. and
STONE were visiting their sister. Mrs.E. 9:13: am.
MOTHERS EACH ADDITIONAL M. Davis over the weekend. ThursdayIass: 6:30: p.m. $ 00

STONE $4.00 Don't mlsi the Slarke ShrhM :Mleaculous Medal Novena:
Club>> Chicken Dinner, Saturday Saturday, 7 p.m.
BRACELETS May 17, S:30: to 7:30 p.m.
ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone 1895

With Attachments For All Mr. and Mrs. J. R. cnasteenJr. Heights
and family of Belle Glad Sunday :Mass, 9 a.m.
THE CHILDREN'S PICTURES spent the weekend here with Wetnesday :Mass! & Novena,
friends and relatives. Mr. Chu- 7 p.m.

teen and daughters returned ST. !MARY'S Macclenny
::;:::fta&MH8:;:;::::::::,:::::::::::::::::::::_;;::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::;:::I::::::::;::::::;::;:::::::;:::::::::::::::::!:: home Sunday while Mrs. Chas-:
Sunday !Mass 11:30
: a.m.
m1 \\1 teen remained' a week as
If You Ever Intend
.. j guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon

1 Buying A Diamond I SUcox.Mr. and Mrs. David Andrew

:::: .:: of Palatka were visiting Mrs.
I< -- Do /* Right Now -- ;|1 Dowllng Andreau's over mother the weekend.Mrs. W. E. Mothers RingsAS

ji They will never be as low as they are t today ::111;; Mr. and Mrs. Larry M. Stonerof LOW AS
:;ijr'-. There Is a tremendous shortage, with .:$ Ocala were weekend- gusts
::::' very few productive mines left We have i:: of Mr. and Mrs'. George W. $7.50
::j::: a l large selection to choose frcm now :% Brown. .

::;: This message is printed by us to give the :3+ Edward Mrs. J.Burns E. Wilson were guests and! Mrs.of and $1.00 Per Stone Starke Chrysler-Plymouth I
: the g:
:| public Mrs. G. A. Rider in Miami last

r| Facts As They Are | and week.Mr.son and of Mrs.Tampa Steve were Edwards Friday Mother's Pins

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Mrs.Mr.Sherrod and Mrs Hamilton.Robert Barka- only $12.50with AUTHORIZED DEALER CHRYSLER

Hundreds of Lovely Gifts dale and Mr and Mrs. R. A. numberof MOTORS CORPORATION
Colson returned last Thursday any
for Mother -- Come See from a 12 day camping trip to stones
Grand Canyon Calif and pointsof
Interest in the West. WOODBURN'SGem u. S. 301 North Phone 964-6600

WILLIAMS JEWELRY Don't anise the Starke Skates Jewelry
Clab CMcfcetfTT Dinner. Safer-
day, May 17, SM: to 7:30: p.m. -.

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'1969-70' Bus T ; .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::':;:::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:::::8m :rrN : :
School Board powerless to do anything. Both health funds construction
<< from the state on on a boat on whichto
Set I City Fails Second Time i suggested If the' Commission a per capita basis. Saunders mount a fogging machine to
Routes ::.. Has No Home wants them to do something, said he will oppose the bill spray lakes for mosquitos.Was .
To Oppose Phone Increase a law Is needed. -- District Forester T.F.Lee -- told the county's; high
(Ooottausd from Tara cm) [Continued Chairman Shuford turned the told the Board of a, state wide 'volume of garbage Is down now
From Fww One bill (HB768) over to Commissioner Internal reorganization of the put another rise Is expected
[Continued From Pap One description of the easement. Bryan togive to County; Florida Forestry Service. Instead his summer.
schools in Starke. Southslde and Attorney T, A. Yawn to see of the present four districts -- Was told by Trawick.hewill
Starke Elementary, will have First: To me, a resolution, -- Took no offlcal stand if such a general bill of local
As of andcounty'sasthesmallest ; Investigate costs of fog-
today, the company has against the consolidation :
K5.Bradford bill
grades which
does application
facts not and contain supporting Is not convlced me that it is entitled now before the state House because .this session can for be Bradford passed : fire areas, the Serivce will ging the entire county by air '; fj'
((Middle School' will to 1% reorganized Into 18 districts, '
even a rate in- the county's; representative County. -- Was told by CommissionerBuck g ;
have grades 68. In other words worth no more than the sheet crease. already have been told the enabling a cut from 57 separate Norman that the drainage ; .W! ,
all seventh and eighth gradersIn had no facts and figures. Sure- board opposes consolidation. -- Road Foreman R. E.Jonesvas ,budgets to 18. Bradford will be ditch on the land of Mrs.Maude
the county will go there plus ly, the Public Service Com- But, where do we go from -- A Clay county taw. Instructed to begin workMV In a district with Alachua and Wainwright Hess is being appraised .
the sixth graders who would mission members would have here? dogs and controlling within a week on paving a Gllchrlst Counties, Lee said, for purchase or con- L.
known that we had Insufficient cats and requiring sidewalk headed by present County
have gone to SS and SEt Hampton along ; demnation.
Since all students In grades Information on which to base a At the close of the public against rabies yearly Immunization SR- 18 to.the Hampton Elementary Ranger J_. C. Prevatt who will --Was notifed railroad signal ..1eEir
7-12 will be transported to the logical decision. hearing In Bonlfav. Fla. on was given the Board against rabies School. Mrs.Alice move to Gainesville. Operation,. lights for SR- 235 at New River iii
Educational Park (the BUS Second The time April 24, the Commission who by a resIdent Faye In local areas should not be:
: and Waters
place asked his mane representing a Ham and a "slow" sign for the Mor- _
representatives stated that Lee said, and the SR-
middle school, and vo-tech cen- they Ident
for a public hearing had been would allow the who asked his name not pton PTA group, said school 100 gan Chapel on Morgan Road have
telephone headquarters will continueto
ter complex) they will actually be published. children
set for several days prior to since he has are walking and rid- been placec
have no choice as to where they the Council meeting. At this punyto additional submit certain thrity other( received threatening phone'calls ing bicycles in the road and -operate.- Lee also said the House have been placed in the SRD's
will be transported. Therefore public hearing residents would Information which the Commission Sheriff P. D. Reddish are In danger. Jones said Appropriations Committee has recommendations. -tin wy
no freedom-of-choice forms will have an opportunity to voice had and CountySan1tarjanJackTrawick material for the sidewalk has -- Was told by Commissioner
After recommended reduction
requested. the a to
be sent them. their opinions. At the meetIng said they often have .just arrived that caution has
Commission received this Information calls and he can get the Forest Serlce of state Bryan a light
Addition of the four new buses the telephone company it would hold another- about bothersome dogs, but are to the sidewalk job If the Com- revenue funds of $521,000.general been placed bv the SRD In frontof
Is expected to increase the would also have a chance to give public hearing. missioners will release him This would be made Southslde Elementary: Schoolon
cost of the school transportation facts and figures which would from other assignments. l the upoyaouDllng SR100..
system about $12,000.In justify their request for the There is a possibility that would hold a special meeting Sheriff Reddish also agreed'to three to six cents per acre. This -- Instructed Foreman Jonesto
ther action Tuesday, the rate increase. I felt that the there could be several more of the council If neces- have a deputy patrol the would double Bradford's pres- obtain prices for pavingan
BoardWas: council should postpone /and public hearings before the com- ary, for the purpose of taking area at Mrs,. Water's request. ent 2-3,000 contribution to the area around the county jail
told by Supt. Casey that action until after the publlr mission makes a final deci- annroDrlate whatever action at that appears to be But he said his department is Service. The Forest ServiceIs which Is already limerocked.
distribution of teacher units will hearing. sion. time. Dur- short handed and can not supply opposing the change.
ing this period of time
be: Brooker 6, Anderson 6, The chief legal council for the final between a man often. .In other action, the Board: LADYLIKE-Fashion waves
Hampton 9, RJE 9, Lawtey Ele Third: At that time In all the commission Indicated that hearing and A resolution -- Agreed by resolutin to the flag colors for spring and
the time the was passed
mentary 12. Southslde 26, Starke fairness to the telephone com it could be several. months commission is to, make all future construction Include MachinesFor this colored costume of textured -
asking the State Road
a decision other Adding
pany, I thought it might be entitled public cotton checks is right in
Elementary 26. Bradford Middle even a fallout shelter If
year or twobefore space
bodies, civic ment to use some of Bradford's The
to five ten groups, other organizations step. cropped jacket
a or ,
School 41, and BHS 62. The per- the case might be closed.In It does not Increase the cost
haps, a 15%rate increase. How- and even private secondary road funds to shows off a wide belted dress
number of faculty members at ever, I knew, In mind individuals, should register pave .42 miles of road to con- by more than 5%. Sale or Rent with inverted front pleat for a
BHS will Jump from 48 to 62 that a 40% rate my Increase own my opinion, the CommIssion their protests with the State nect Camp Immokalee at Key- .. Was told by County San- At The Telegraph fluid silhouette. Designed by
because of the Increased num- unreasonable and could not was be is not going to give any Public Service Commission. stone Heights with SR100.. itarian Jack Trawick that the Marguerite Dexter of Califor
bers of freshmen attending justified. For this I serious consideration to this Clay County is paving the major Mosquito Control Is starting nia.DEPARTMENT .
there.Was suggested that the motion reason be reworded matter until after the final Any action we take now mightat portion of the road and the short
told there will be 232.5 to state that the Council- hearing. Therefore, this some later date prove to be portion in Bradford was also
teachers employed for he 1969- opposed much Council should not take any Illogical and unfeasible. I requested.
as as a 40%
70 term. The County will earn rate Increase. The councilman action at this time. We should only hope that whatever action -- A letter from Sen. Bob SAYE AT
127 teacher units from Minimum who made the motion would not attend all future public hear- this council takes will be pro- Saunders notified the Board the
Foundation Funds" from its consent to the re-wording. ings. Then, Immedlatleyi per and will be taken at the senator is aware of the bill MOTHERS
average dally attendance. Others following the final hearing, we proper time. which would distribute county
will be In vocational and L DAYDISCOUNT
adult education 27; kindergarten -
95, special education 13, Open All bay Every Day w STORES
supervisors 2, special service 'Fri.. Sat. until 7:00 P. M.Ladies ?

units 22, from educational Improvement -
funds, 20; federal

funds-Was 12.told two speech therapists I PRICED I

will be sought instead of <
the one who left at midterm, "
who was? employed this year. t I

-Was told that teacher aides, 0P
paid with state education Im- STARKE PLAZA; ,( 'fin ..
provement funds will be used 50 pc. Stainless Steel
again next term as substitute
teaching certificate a prerequisite :
for employment as an aide. /FLATWARE
-Adopted the 1968 salary iir4
schedule for Inservlce trainingand : 7
summer employment and :
for the 1969-70 term. No funds Y \
are available, the Board said, ," 59.95$777
to give teachers the cost-of-Ilv. I .' .- .\
Ing increase requested by the '"'
Bradford Education Association. r
Adjustments will be made, how- j .,:/. .;::iV Smart styling in choice of 2 patterns. Has 8
ever, so no teacher will lose 1 I: j i \ /f: ::':' .:lY; eachDinner Knives; Dinner Forks; Soup spoons
money by going on continuing j } cf,::;,:" ..t:;? ; and Salad Forks. 16 teaspoons and 2
contract. i F I)/>, serving pieces. Mom will love this beautiful
-Heard Casey report that 105 e I I / /i'. :.:' yet pratical gift.
teachers will participate in an : i s "'
In-service training program this < X < *

summer.for educational The number improvement one priority \\\s\\ 1 J Big Ladies Famous Brand

funds voted by the Legislaturein ; 17 & 21 JEWELWATCHES *
1968 will be to "develop a I. I J t Selection ,
meaningful training program" ) "J
Casey said. There will also be i r

10 custodians days of iiorvlce:and; three training days for for t I J .!", ;; Smartly StyledSTRAW .

-'- .
bus drivers. .
Accepted and turned over No-Iron Perma Press HANDBAGS'SLEEPWEAR -"

to school staffs bids on $23.811 values to$88 -_

In equipment for the vocational DUSTERS S59.95 .
school. The funds to be used ,C t 1

were reallocated by the State PVC coated straw keeps
Department of Education afterIt reg $1 84 looking new and fresh al $ 99 Choose from GRUEN WALTHAM. HELBROS and many
was not used In other areas. $1.99 ways. Great new stypes others. Casual sports styles to dressy diamond trim
Delayed a decision on allowing with leather and plastic
styles 14Kgold case and all types of bands. In gift boxes.
the DCT Club to hold its Choose from trims. White natural and
pajamas gowns Solids and prints in large
annual breakfast and day-long and baby doll styles all selection of styles. Lace and mahogany colors. The per.
bouting pending! a recommen- with beautiful lace and emembroidery trims. "Wear feet gift for Mom.

dation by BHS Principal Ralph broidery trims. Pastels and Dated" for one year. Pretty HAMILTON BEACH SUNBEAM HAIRDRYER ,
Diggs. high shades. Reg & XL sizes, pastels. .
Approved professional leave 10.18. others to $4.99 BLENDER$1A88
and temporary duty elsewherefor / at

-Approved a number for of teachers.submission to PANTY HOSE NYLON HOSE NYLON GLOVESOur 't:1: 88 .

tion Pie education State a request Department project for an for adult of 196970.Educa-basic Our micro-mesh regular sheer$1.29 In seamless beige, $1 1 0 9 seamless DuFbnt's famous dress Cantrece sheers. 79 't of styles woven and nylon lengths.in choice One $1 00 : $18 r

Such a project aimed at illiterates taupe & spice. Kiittofitsmall lain guards in top and toe. stretch size fits all. Ideal $27.95 value-7-speeds do ..<,-!t r, $27.95 value-Professional type con-
was not ,requested last average and tall size. Beige:! tan, taupe, 8JS-11\ gift item op most any blending chore you -., solette. Built-in heat control, 4
year, Casey said:' because of the 5-yr.mightwant.5r/zcupcapacity.guarantee. ,610 heat settings. HD100 i

questionable status of Bradford _.._
County in connecion with receiving MAY DRESSFESTIVAL .

federal funds 12" PORTABLE TV j CLAIROL KINDNESS 20.

CafeteriaConsidered IPANASONK '" HAIR SET

At Vo-Tecfi 7 698L $1988. .

One) 99 : s
OoatkxMd fran FM 1 '
ff a } $ 4Tr7 value-gives Instant
to you," Supt. Casey told the $89.95 value-wod d famous Panasonic set wit l' hair rollers.set with 20 preheated
No water or lotion. ,
Board. bright, sharp picture, built-in handle and tele- A
great gift for Mom.
Casey said he planned to go scop I ngantenna.i#AN32GETABLE
to Tallahassee Wednesday on
other business and would In- d .. ?,
quire then If such vo-tech construction = RADIO
funds are available.
Then he will have no reluctanceto '
the make a recommendationto JR.-JR. PETITES $ 88' '

said.Board, the superintendent MISSES-HALF SIZES I' :tAn ; 12'

The Board decided the <
question '
exciting collection of the *
Is Important enough to latest Summer styles. Bloomer --
merit a special meeting later ( l k ,
culottes, V VIn
this week or the first of nextto your favorite Summer dressy fabrics styles i _, -.. ,_. "<<...., '<'_ $12.95 value-Big toned AM set with, troubles $15.95valus-wake to musicautomatical y.
make a decision. As Board and colors. Hurry in you'll be Ladies Stretch Nylon Misses Flared Leg free solid state circuitry., Smartly styled Trouble-free solid state circuitry; AM radio
hl-lmpact plastic case. 1175 and
Member Buster Bennett said. amazed at the selection the accurate clock. Modern styling. .4403MELMAC
'A lot of people are dissatisfied quality and the great new fashion )k '
wlflj our food arrangement at look at CarpslLADIES ) SHELL PANTS ; ? :: : ..
the" middle school, and rightly

so."WHAT CARELESS $ 84 94 4c\:

SANDALS 2 our f9993
DOWN W HOME 3d : J.t.fl. pc. SET
OR HOUSE SHOE 100% Helenca fine gauge The "In" look thru Summer. .
i' nylon In stripes or solids. Fly fronts sash waists in big
Your VJ6C Jewel neck or mock turtleneck selectionof prints and solids. !
:: fobO : :1e with nylon back zipper. Washable cotton and cotton /
Choice | Sizes 32-38. blends! in pastels and darks. value $1188
Sizes 8-18. ;
Soft vinyl sandal in sling
back or T-strap styles in FULL SLIPS APRONS <

Patina or smooth finish. Famous "Movie Waist bib cov.r.House fi 'etable omplete service for 8, plus platter, vet-
r shoe is washable Star"brand, shadow all and cobbler bowl sugar & creamer. Guaranteed!
cotton terry with foam rub- panel and lace $ M W Q styles In beautiful 00 for 2 years against breakage. 2 beautiful]
ber sole and cushionedinsole. trlme.Nylon satins 2 cotton prints nylon $1 1 patterns tO choose from-
trlcotsandno.lrons' sheers and print LARGE 15 OZ. REG. $1.85
1r Sizes 510. 32.52' terry cloth.

[ .AlbertoyQ'Shampoo -._-..... ONLY 97C


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S{ $ Rummage Sale Set SaturdayA

rr Some Thoughts On City Government n f 2 RJE Buildings May Be MovedTo scheduled rummage Saturday and bake May sale 10,for is Service Center.

;' fir Vo-Tedfa Site For Jr. CollegeCost the Program.It county's. Community; Action to The Sam sale Criffls'will be Grocery next door on I
The following letter was mailed slum housing tear down the dangerous build- will be sponsored by, the Brownlee St. from 10 am. to
: last week to City officials In "Reno" and ings. Bradford 4 p.m.
",, by Peter J. Novak' former of this com- estimates on moving two to contractors should the pro County; Neighborhood
executive secretary of the Starke. low ren- Finally I believe It Is Important wings of the present RJE High ject: :not prove feasible.
I Starke Bradford County operated by a lo- that a human relations School to the vo-tech center site The high! school at RJE will
Chamber of Commerce. It authority; would committee: once again be es- to be used for a branch of the be phased out at the end of this
t'' was addressed to "those in- the situation tablished. This could be an Santa (Fe River Junior College \school term and students In
} tewsted in the betterment of housing that pri effective Instrument of communication will be requested for the Bradford grades! 7-8 will attend Bradford
the community.; ( has no Inten- between the races School Board.It Middle School and those in ,
Since the Issues discussedare or Improv and an Instrument of under- Is: possible to move the two grades 9-12 will attend Bradford
of general interest, the years I have not standing. The thought of pro- brick buildings, Supt. Tom Casey High School.
,.,t letter Is reproduced here as see any physical) ; blems not existing simply because told the Board Tuesday and WOMEN AND MEN
a matter oflnformatlonforconslderatlon on privately own- : they are not being talk- suggested that may be a com- .
by citizens of the ; In the Reno ed about now Is a false at- paratively inexpensive methodto File Your Application Now
city. We"Would' like to hear titude for anyone" in the role provide space for the junior $2 6,500 Racing
from others with opinions, both of the of leadership' take. Unless college.A Tax Distribution
pro and con. ; action Is taken now the exacting survey U currently underway FOR
codes, with back-
silence will shortly become Given In April
officials could to determine If the 150 fulltime !
SUBJECT: the situation. explosive. Equal em- students required to opena FUTURE EMPLOYMENT
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENTIn opportunity in our retail -
of hazardous ployment one-year branch of the Junior
1964 the Chamber of Com- stores is also one of he'
could also bring college In Starke can be found. Bradford County, and everJ'other FULL-TIME: Oil PART-TIME
merce submitted reouest tc that needs resolving.The
a problems Completion of the first year county in the state, hurec.e1ved
the City Government of Starke IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
of college here is entirely post $296,500 in racing tax-
for an electric utility rate stu- above suggestions will
urban redevelop- efflble.\ Casey said If enough Interest es during the .cunent racing
dy. No study was made. During not solve all the Ills but It
the years since, the subject also be effected If would represent a good be- Is shown. season and there are still tnrM JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
has repeatedly come up, of eXist- ginning. I submit these suggestions At the suggestion of School distributions to go. ((11th Graders) ACCEPTED
still no study has been made. put Into ef- In a constructive vein
of hazar- for I am Interested in the con Board Member Rodney Hall, The April hare of this year'
It is my personal) recom- property tinuation of our community de- the superintendent will also investigate proceeds*' amounted to $55,500
mendation that a full and com- ( ; building on the velopment. using the "old" court- per county: an.Increase of $1,500 SOCIAL SECURITY RECIPIENTS
plete study be made immedi- East!: Call Street house as a temporary home for over last year's receipts at this APPLICATIONS WELCOME:
ately to avoid further delay. tracks* The the branch college. time according to the State
While it is true that certain one day collapse Respectfully submitted, Casey suggested borrowing Comptroller's office.
city services are suppplled because serious train ac- Peter J. NovakP. funds to move the two wings Since the beginning of the APPLY IN PERSONSTAnKE
of revenues derived from The owner of the O. Box 128 from RJE. then charging the racing season in November, revenue -
the sale of electricity, it is also be made to Starke, Florida Junior college $25 per studentper from the taxes have topped
true the city rates are among semester to repay the loan. all records and have produced f al a
the highest in the State and a total of $20 million for
That proposition ha been madeto
therefore a detriment to com- History on TV Sunday the Florida counties.
Junior college officials, Casey
people munity who development.build homes are(Most con- ; evening May 11, television program, "Washing- said. Though no agreement has FI.A.Our .
structing these homes outsidethe of America," is designed to be both educa- been reached the college has The tax Is imposed on bet- Employees Know of This Ad
the idea, he
not turned down
city limits. One of the
ting on dog and horse races.
reasons is the high domestic. interest will be photographs taken when old. and on Jal Alai events. The rate
electrical charges; ). Casey asked the' Board to Is eight per cent on horse rac-
It is claimed that Sta :tie shrines such as the Washington Monument, authorize a call for bids on ing, seven per cent on dog
has a low ad valorumtax : and the Lincoln Memorial were being built. moving the RJE buildings, but racing, and five per cent on ,
because of the which will be on NBC-TV, will trace the board members declined, saying Jai Alal-plus breakage In each
utility structure. I submit there of the nation's capital. that would prove too expensive case
are many areas in the state {
where the ad valorum taxes
are lower than the City of
$3.99,9 sale. ApproxImate-
high grade pulp-
cut clean. Sawmill

600 acres bidder.to"Kit be Ia'ITti

of timber with
to interest large

received at Key-
at the City Hall
June 10. Further
can be obtained!
Hall. Phone 473- .. w-

Heights ____ _
City Cleric.
5-8 2t 5-15

The first 1970 carat <.

y 1960 prices

bIEMS.< ;: '
.._.. ;:

1! $1995 ; Mustangs, too, are tagged with

., mad, mavericky sale pricesMaverick's

i '
lowpnce I"
our $ 0<"#V4' "'< ,f.t''J-.:*; ": ,. .<,-.W>,O',".<'."-,
'J.' : t. .,\ ,!( .: '," <>
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$1.99 | is contagiousBaud '.2< Stop the 11"f.! ; :'1.;:os\;' -, '" ., ..,
on manufacturer tuggested retail, price for the car. ,?: : :
Pries dots not include: dealer' preparation/ charges, if any-; > ;'
100% m transportation charges,slat and local Uxei. ,; w,:' '.,'" .- i
( problems with : : < '
MACHINE ., Mark V. Fully r.v. ,, :'
and subtraction :
NON-SKID to 999,99999. C.... ,
construction, and <,
: color case in Lightweight distinctive :,.. ':. '

NEW has built-in carrying .
l In USA. and guar- .
full year-parts and II

27X48" reg. | 01 buslneumachlne.. America's largest frIL I : 3. :

County J /t "
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24X72" en )'f.
reg. '" .,."
C .,y. ;',,,>$,',, :

,- -- --- -- -------- -- -- 8 Buy Ford's U.9. built 'l '',

.,' economy cars
(ij '
J4frEi u.: '' ,,' 1111

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Yep, i it'sstartin 1I 1 I Prices cut up to ; : >

I t time. )
( : Cro

I right nowl! : L u..

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1 II I \ Bcb F I -ww.4, :

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,I if We'll1 stand

I Time to stop talking about saving and really start .

a saving here at this full-service bank where 1 L ''z" 4, on our heads

not only does your Savings Account earn good _

I bank interest, but also you find every other bank \ to please youTERWILLEGAR ,

I ing service you need. .. under the very same roof I I below last year y

Start NOW and save here every payday! I teased on manufacturer's reduced suggested retail price. }

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t Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I II Authorized Ford ,Dealer in Bradford and Union

I One of 30 Banks of.the florida Nat NationakQroup Counties.
206 W. MndisoirSI. Phone 964-7200 Starke, Fla.':
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Council! Names Two | Payments >1 the Old le2moQ.iP

For Fair Project ;; Here In April *: DeWitt\ C. Jones Funeral Home

Councilmen Nell Tucker and the time Councilmen P.T.Nolan '. A department receiving breakdown assistance of in STARKE
and Gerald Williams both said persons
McRae ,
llmmy were appointedat
Tuesday night's Council they did not oppose the project, .April showed 73.603 receiving a ,l PHONE 964-6200
total of $3.373.727 In old lIP
but wanted time to
more con-
meeting to serve as City N I
; -
sider sources of revenue. They I assistance. 174.803 persons: received -
representatives on a proposed ( total of S3.573.266 to .
were joined by Chairman Orle A
six-man committee to explore dragged my son to the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
,cost of feasibility of a Wiggins in defeating Tucker'smotion .
; pro- ) to get some of that
posed paving project at Brad- toParticipate. : PHONE 473-3176
hair cut off, but he
At night's in $
ford County; Fairgrounds.The Tuesday meeting
Nolan again said that, while $ out to be the neigh
action was taken at the he was "for the Fair Association : : ( : kid." .
request of Fair Association ," he thought more time :N::{:::}}:::{::::":::::::::::::::::::$:::ivti:::::::::::::::::{:::::::::r::::T::::::r::::::::::?::::::::::::::::::r::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::ntiti: :::j::f.'v: ;'fiT '
President Frank Williams who was needed"to decide on spend- '_.. f
said the same proposal wouldbe ing $2,500 that isn't in the : .. :! ". \
made to the County Commission budget. .1 I'I ,\
at its next meeting. Williams and Cliff Hazen, In [
representing the Fair Association : .'" .... '.:"h,
lie suggested that the comm- said it is possible that ,.
ittee be composed of two 'the paving project might be done : : ] : ;
representatives each from the I lat less cost by the. use of ; \ .. .
Council the Commission, and county and city; equipment and .
the Fair Association.At labor. The proposed joint committee 1Jr ',;'
its April 17 meeting the will explore these possibilities : (!' ;.
said. :
they .,
Council defeated by a 3-2 votea Is
motion to participate in the North Str Paving 1
estimated $7,000 project. At At the suggestion of Council- /( by L

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l;: ; Rudd Gas Water Heaters k:1:! ,' ; ; ;; :;: ';;

.J awa"S"S< heats water 3 times faster! :::: : 1 : t 4E23iL I ; ;

rr Rivers Of Hot Water Att' : 1
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"*:, ,..i Pay For It From Your : .

'f' I h Utility Savings -

WATER HEATER INSTALLED report.'v.tie can."I{ tJ..

WITH GAS ONLY $77. ,r ,{

Rent it for only $2.00 Per Month : ( !of'" .


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; There's no match for the 0,

: ,' lasting pleasure of electric gifts.

4tATCH// It's that gift-giving time of the year again I A happy time with weddings graduations -

; Mother's Day, Father's Day and probably a birthday or two. There's a
great variety of electric gifts you can choose from. And you'll give with a smile,
a because you know you're giving something really worthwhile. Practical-preferred
FOR:MYSTERY appreciated. You'll never lack for gift ideas. At your favorite store you're sure \

I., to find something electric that suits the occasion and your budget., 'r<< x,. _
There's no match for flameless electric .' '.
Eleven rate reductions since 19571 '.: I
COMING IN at ( ) The average price paid per kilowatt hour. by FPLservedfamilies ?LOaiOAPOwEeicNr' CO"'AN'
today is one-third less than it was in 19571 I NElPIN6.UILD' FLORIDA'

The TELEGRAPH Bradford County ; -, "{,', J

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the Very Best! s'! SA9s S37ee

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GM ;. 539 / 1.1. .PONS wNIELR JN1j.
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Chevrolet Pacesetter Values.
All steal construction with 1!s PEAK HP. FOOT PEDAL ON-OFF SWITCH I".N :1,1. SHA"POO'If L'aNerWfNO{ ; :


$147.00 less $69.00 lessthan SMALL APPLIANCES CI
Made by one of the nation's best-
than last year's Camaro with comparable equipment. last year's Chevelle with comparable equipment. known manufacturers. Time-and
If you equip Camaro with Powerglide, the new 250-hp We're not talking about a stripped-down car either. work-saving kitchen helpers.STAINLESS .
350 V8 that runs on regular gas, advanced-design power We're talking about a Malibu Sport Coupe with head STEEL
disc brakes whitewall tires and wheel covers, the price restraints and a 200-hp V8 that runs on regular gas. If 3/8" DRILL KIT COFFEE MAKERSwith
is $147 less than last year's model with comparable you add Powerglide power disc brakes, wheel covers and Slots 6 CUP . .$13.95
equipment including head restraints. whitewall tires to your Malibu you'll find it's $69 less. Accessories 12 CUP . $19.95
1 JUC1TOASU .. s 13"
OISO ,---"
4 SUCITOASTI* ;..s 19" --- I Carrying; Case
'y. .
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11ICTHICI .r includes Foot
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STEAM. .... .. 12" '
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OVIN MOIll' .... 14" L a .....r"Ii"t" Cherry Maple or $40
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a rial*el ,1.1..1 l Ml* S S 9 f r r.
$101.00 lessthan MACHINE I Oly:

e Full-Sue Head Completely Portable Illustrated
last year's Impala with comparable equipment.Add MANY GIFTS e Push Button Forward with Case. Instruction Booklet.
a few options like these to your Impala: Turbo TO FIT YOUR BUDGET .and Mending Reverse and Darning., Over light Needle Directly .. Sew Accessory Easy Kit.Dial! Card.
Hydra-matic. Big 300-hp V8. Power disc brakes. Head
restraints. Whitewalls. Wheel covers. All together, the
price is $101 less than it was for last year's Impala
comparably equipped. Putting you first, keeps us first. i

128 S. SPA. UT 9T. BIJJIyI! Oat ow r tv
Baaed on manufacturer' iumranted retail ,
price including Federal excite tax end auRintml denier new car preparation charge.

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Consolidation Bill Has Little ChanceA I, BILL PWELL.t.> t.

Died county In the; consolidation Florida Legisla bill deemed It unecessary since the ::::::::::::::: : ::::::: :$}": i:::::::::::,::;,:::::::,::::::::::::: ::$::::::::::::::::;:*:::::::::::::::::::::,:::::::*: <<:;i.iiiit'::. :: served and receive more efficient "The people are demanding I,

tare: last week has been re- legislators have Indicated they and responsive govern- efficient clean and responsible ofNationwide
erred to three House comm- will vote against it. .---- -----_. ment by combining two ormore government which will give them
ittees dimming Its chance of House Speaker HAMILTON counties* into consolidated the services they are paying Insurance ,
Fred Shulz
passage this session. taxes for Instead
counties. of cheap pol-
D Jacksonville, sent the bill IIIAOISON ,,__1.. it itical promises and
Introduced by Duval Rep.John Tuesday to the Local Government J.oke n, le In all, 42 counties would be gobbledygook" Crider campaign said. Says:
Crider and read for the first Ad Valorem Taxation -t.___ 1 OLUMBIAI BANEA DUVAL grouped Into 14 consolidated
time Tuesday the bill would and Approprlatlohs com- : \.SUWANNEEIR counties according to Crider's "If tiie leaders In Florida
lonsolidato Florida's 67 mittees. I. 1. "" proposal. The remaining 25 government don't respond to $5.08-A-Month For Insurance Ca
counties 1
into 39. \ counties would not be
affected. "
t CLAY this demand of he
our people
Crider, a Jacksonville Demo- } LAFAYETI te
fQP I Pay $10,000 Mortgage"SAY
Bradford' County; would be crate, told the House last Fri :y er ,..__ ST. "My bill takes In to account continued, "then these leaders I
calf soon expect their leases
combined with Baker, Colum- day S' .. r JOHNS rapid-growth counties and in on their elective offices to ex- I YOU'RE 30, just $5.08 a month pays for
bia and Union under GYR ALACHUA i' this regard leaves some
the Cri- i I
Nationwide Protection th
der plan. "The county consolidation bill DIXIE 'c-; I : Palatke tL t--__I counties with smaller popula- pire.
\;;- G.ln..llie will off a $10,000 mortgage if you should d
recognizes the almost unbe- : tions untouched, Crider said.
The Bradford County Comm lievable fact that the 15 small- d'( 1.-1----\L; ,TRIM\\ \FLAGLER idated Counties In the would following be consol- and leave your other life insurance for your fam
est of the "However, to live Call
ission said Monday Is Florida's 67 counties using the best on. now.
meeting that at all three regular contain a mere 1 1/2 per cent :'fl&teKSfStt.Inadequate: ::: :: :: :::: :=,::: ::::::_::_::_:_:::0::_::0::no::::::n.n:::,:,::::_::_:,_:_,:,-----.n.-------:,:,:::::::,;.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.,.:.:.:.:.:.,.,...,..,.-,..-...-,..,-...:".',...,.............................. available projection on county under Washington Crider's, and plan Walton Holmes Lib-
Bradford legislators, Sen. Bob of Florida's people. The 30 growth, 17 counties In Floridaare ;
erty, Franklin, Calhoun
the urban
representatives will
smallest counties contain "The Legislature of the Stateof predicted for a future of
Saunders Rep. Ralph Tyre, and only Gulf Leon and Wakulla Jeff-
be required, Crider ; ;
added. "
Starke Rep. Gene Shaw have 5% of the people." The Jacksonville Democrat's Florida hereby finds that little or no growth. erson, Madison, and Taylor; Phone 961-6461 CD
Indicated they: would oppose the bill which would not take affect small counties can provide Hamilton Suwannee and Lafayette
He noted that the cost of 404 W. Madison St.
bill. The Commission did not go "Since consolidation affectsso until 1972, Would also public services only at a high ; Columbia, Union, and
arrange ernment is more than the state- Starke Fla.
on record as opposing It because many small counties, much names of the new counties up cost to "the people, the bill wide of$82.70 & ker. and Bradford; Duval and ,
Chairman Dave Shuford sympathy and understanding by states. and that the peopleof average per per- Nassau Clay, Putnam, St.
to local voters. the counties will be better .son per year in 22 counties. ; The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side

:::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::-:'-':':':'::.:.:.:.:.:.:., .,:vs,..;.;.;.:.;.:.;.:.:.:.:",:.:.x.---' '-""_ '_' '_'_'_H'_'" ...____.,____ Gilchrist Dixie aiM Levy ,Johns ehrlst, and and Levy Flager; tRitrus:; Dixie, ,Sum-Gll- Nationwide 1 Mutual Tire' Insurance Co.

counties spent a total of $1.l ter, Hernando and Pasco; Os- Nationwide Life Insurance! Co.
I NSC Seen 640,355 per person In tfie last ceola and Okeechobee; Martin Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.
Adequate; Potential Considerable year, he said, and$166,406 and St. Lucie; DeSoto and High- Home Office: Columbus, Ohio
to elect and pay for three sets lands; and Hendry, Glades and
of constitutional officers. Charlotte.

:dealing( The second with an of evalution two articles 4"Dialog board meetings must-begin-small before -1 training of personnel -- The NSC In Bradford :::::::::::::::::,:,:,:,:::;:.:::::;::::::::::::::::::,:::::,:::,:,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.,.,.,.,.,.:.,.,.:.:.,,,,...................................-.............,...............,...,...,...,.,.,." ...----.'" ------- ..,.
CUBB Economic Agency made of groups, In homes,through visits icism. was one point of crit County "was only recently :::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::;:::::::::::;:::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:::::::;:;:;:::;::;;;:;; :;;;;:; ;:;:;;::;::;;:;;;;; ;;m;;;;m1;;;;;;1;;1;: 1 1:111:1:;;: 1 1 ; 1 11; 1 1l1mit ; ;
opened but
recently by a team from the by the Executive Director and a ifffffr :
Some of the recommendationsfor variety of programs and services !
Office Economic Opportunity board members" to the field.
This center has shownan
the Service Centers (four SLADE'St1iwtBeBeat
Atlanta Ga.) 5Board meetings should be
held In some place more con- In Clay County, and one in each energetic and promising !!
CUBB's Neighborhood Ser- ducive to full participation than of the other three counties) start."
vice Center received mixed reviews the Bradford County courtroom. Included:
from the evalaution team, (Board member Joyce Rlherd -- The present coordlantor -- In Union County NSC "the 11
but were recognized generallyas Is already working on this final must "continue on her job and staff appears dedicated to their
doing an adequate job, and recommendation and hopes to be given"every opportunity for work. They had Innovative ........
having considerable potential.The have arrangements completedIn training. Ideas and seemed in touch with ;;:;;;;:
four-man team not only time for the board's next -- Since the entire NSC staff the particular
needs of the
wrote a critique, but also came meeting.) Is female "special attention poor." 1t
up with specific recommen- Other Conduct and Administration should be given to the encour- ..
of male !I!!!
dations for the Neighborhood recommendations to agement applicants.
Service Centers, and for CUBB included: -- An assitant coordinator -- The Clay High NSC "Is
CUB3's Conduct and Adminis- --Give the poor an oppor- should be provided. located In an old and scat- OUR PRICES
tration phases. tunity to state their problems. -- Centers should be "pre- tered community" and has a III!!!! COMPARE
The report which drew -- Determine the needs of the cipitously closed" for staff staff of one. It has "special OUR QUALITY
counteftlre from CUBB dir- poor and set priorites. meetings, trainings, etc. problems" and "should be re-
!1m! !
ectors when they met April 8, -- More clearly define the --Special training for staff evaluated by the agency." OUR SERVICEf
is now being studied by each role of field representatives. should be provided under the
participating county (Clay, -- OEO (Atlanta) should pro- guidance of the NSC director, -- "Centers should attemptto I
union Baker, Bradford). The vide Immediate written confirmation and volunteer assistance must establish day care service No More Messy Filling
county boards have been askedto of decisions and recommendations bq cultivated. similar to Penney Farms." The p --1 -
make statements as to whatIs made by tele- report says that "originally, .J Of Ice
now being done, and what Is phone. Other points made by the day care services were pro- m Trays
being planned by CUBB. These -- Potential local resources evaluators Included: vided (in the Centers In Clay l',1' 1 1 CI
reports will be complied by the should be Investigated and con- -- In Baker County "thereis Co.) but this has been discontinued i1F f. I j.- : No More Trotting To The Freeze
1 central office and mailed to sidered.. The Bradford -Union a sharp dichotomy between at the request of ... ..... ; l
OEO. Vocational Technical Center blacks and whites. White attitudes OEO." The evalutors rec- :::::::: ij i w
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recommen- were derogative and ognized that the day care ser- ,
dations relating to the board possibilities." seem to have prevented the hir- vice provided by Penney Farms .;:.:l f:::: I Ii, r / 4 ii! YOU HAVE IT ALL. .
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given to the board In ad- doing a good job," and that no federal funds for education Start was the research was 11 ;; !1 ,ij and Refrigerator AH In C
vance. "The NSC director has a quick due its done In 1 1 is
to reluctanceto February and Head
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Racing RevenueTo

Orange Park Wins District A-2 Meet, Shows Counties Increase VETERANS NEWSM.

: T, Dixon of the Fla. Dept.of .
Racing taxes continuing to
Veterans Affairs, !issues .A

Bradford's Bonnie. Grlgga Grlggs won the pole voult at with 72 points, outdoing a bat- ,Jacksonville Stanton .11, .and (Lola) S, Bennett (SI)) t, Barflald (PI), 45- top all records, have brought" word of warning to 'wterans and
$20 million
.. In to
revenue Florida
Qualified for Meet in two events, the pole first place. He bag volted 119. however, qualified all tree of 7 each Tool. (l III/) 3. Taylor (,OPS)" 4. Braddock. : season born overseas during their tour
(OP>| Williams (CLO) b Thames (LC) ''':"I started last November
vault. and '180-yard low hurdles, Its relay teams, giving evidenceIt 'I33-. v "r". of duty.
.. .,. Each individual''county has
t (Jai) 2. COlon
Long lump Myers
In the District A-2 competition The BUS runner also placed may be in competition Saturday First. two places in each event (JIlII) 3, Russ (ClU| .4, Harrison (R5) .;:; received $296,500. dn the current
ran oft In the ;rain, here Friday. .second. in the low hurdles. running in Gainesville. qualified for a spot In the state 9 Johnson'/* ((5)1 t, Thomas (ILCI.) 20. .. I.-r. racing season, with three more They should take all necea-
night. a 21.5 In both the preliminaries which begins at ;, David ) """t-"t'1' to establish proof oftheir
Class A meet High lump 1. Long (101'12. n distributions: to before vary steps
and finals. Outstanding performances in University Hngan (JB), 3, Adams, (R)) 4. Crawford "' .... ."... come United States
The Tornado 880-yard( relay the rain soaked district meet 9:30 ajn. Saturday at the (BHS)I S, Murphy (BHSt)\ t, Haynes OB>, .r. .'J the tracks close for the sum chlldre<<1's.

team of Wayne Bennett Brant
Turner Clarence Slade,
Hugh Stephens 'also qualified Saturday are Gene Melvin and ler, and Ken Taylor's, Orange Danny Stein of Bolles, outstanding High hurdles) 1, Jamas Henderson ", proceeds amounted to $55,500 will avert what could be a complicated ,
Marshman Reddish. ; distance runner. won' (Rl) 2, Clark (I'll) 3. Smith (BHSl) 4.Rackly 5' per county for an Increase of situation for the children : -
for the state by :playing second Panic. 50.3 in the 440-yard dash. (Jolt 5. Rlckel (OP)) a, HaynasUS t I
:behind RlcJcards of Tallahassee. 'both the mile land two-mile ( ),_:15 1 1IL $1,500 over last year's. receipts In later lite.
The Tornadoes placed sixth 100 I, Ron Bather (JIll) 2. Kirkland at this time
Times were slow Friday because Jax Butler took third place 'R>) 3. Owens (RII> 4. Woosley (III1) S. i
with 42 points in district looker _________
of the extremely wet conditions.The com (P)) { WIIIMms ((1') :90 -- --- I
petition.! with 46 points: Perry 44%, BItS StatisticsShot Mlle I, stem' (B); 2, smim (Pit) 3, - ----- --- -, I
BHS :relay team qualified 42, Bollea 33, Live Oak 26, Jacksonville oorwall (IBICII) 4, Koollman( (SKI) 5, .
in.1:35.6 but has run >a 1:33.8. Orange Park 'won the meet Bishop Kenny 17 V4, put I, Jerry Taylor,(OPi, I 4 Bannister:430 ((01'11 e. Collins (101'11 I
Hartley (LCI) 3. Coleman (OPl) 4 Black .,
880-relay I. Rlckards (Way Ruts
lenderion, Kirkland)) 2, Starke) 3, Perry I I II I II
; 4. Orange Park 5, Jacksonville Stanton Look Your Best!
Bradford Safest 440- I. Taylor (COP)" 2.Jernlgan (LOi), r
Gridders Work 9, Farrcloih (BII) 4, Bush (1')1) J. Burl' I
Area CountyDuring Bugs ington (OP)) 6, Bennett (PI) ana at the
Wooswlck (BKI) tie ::50..3 .
Low hurdles _I. Barfleld (I'll) 2, :
1968, 14 persons died Grlggs (IBIiSI) 9, Rackly (JBI) 4, Block I. JuniorSeniorProm.
(PII) I, Smith (BHS.); Haynes (JBI), I
in traffic accidents in Bradford :21.6:
CotTON CHECKS-The tur-
880 1, Brown! (LOll) 2, Douglas (Oi), I
County .
County 15 died on Clay T.: Bannister ) tleneck Is given new fashion I
10PII 4. Woo l.B( )) 5. .
highways and 4 died on Union Smith IPH) t Trawlck ( BHS )I. impetus in pace-setting tatter- I II
From New DefenseGetting 2:02.5: I
County roads. medley relay 1, Rlckardii sail checks. In permanentpress
During this same period, 157 (I'r Washington, Owens, Davis)) J,I I cotton oxford the shirtis
Orange Park 3, Starka 4, Parry 3, styled with a zipper at the I .
:persons were injured in traffic Gilbert 2:05.1: 1
neck and at the side fora
220 1, Let Kirkland (RI) 2, Melon one
In Bradford, 292 In ;
accidents the new 4-4 defense TomlinsoJi is a center and defensive Jimmy Alvarez U also >a bright (SII) 3. Watson (RI)> 4, Turner ; J, lean, perfect fit. By Puritan I We have Gainesville's I II
Clay, and 40 in Union. Larkins, (BK/) '. Hollon (PI), :22> Sportswear. ll
mileage down pat has taken up most of guard. spot 'at corner back. Two-mile 1. Stein' IBII) 2. Poorwall largest selection of I II
Bradford County's
the past of spring football drills, (IBKII) 3. Colllnj (101'11) 4. Koollman (BKt), I
death rate (number of deaths 5. Bauer (IBI) 6. Frills (Bus),
according to Coach David Tornado coaches were work- 10'308 I II
per 100 million vehicle miles Offensively, the Tornadoes did Mlle relay 1, Rlckards (Way I Formal
Hurse."I ing players in and out of different Rentals :
traveled) was 10.2; Clay Coun not progress' as much, Hurse Henderson, Russ Harris) 2. Butler 9, : I
spots as spring drills Orange Perk 4, Live Oak 5, Bolles a, My Neighbors I
ty's, 12.2 and Union County's says, Boys having a good weekon Parry,3 32.5 t tI
think we've gotten a lot of went into their third week. ,
13.2. Highest mileage death rate offense were Blackshear, Key Ore nee Park (OP) Rlckards (RI) I
the bugs out," the Tornado Jacksonville Butler (IJB); Perry (11'), I
In the state was In Wakulla Buddy: Sapp Morgan 'Macy, Stark ((51151.) Bolles (fB), Live OaK (LOB) -
County 45.3, and lowest was ia head coach says., "We've got Quarterback Mike Norman, a and Marks. Sapp has never pLay. Biihoo .Konny (IBKI.) Stanton ((51.) ypk.Cl.Ity I. I I II
|' (LC) GllborllG( )
it about like we 'want it exceptwe strong defensive end last season -
Walton County, 2.5. ed football befo e but Is improving *:
,all Is working at cornerback.
haven'tgotten peoplein
According to the Florida De our every week at the strong DCT DELEGATES I J

partment of Public Safety, the lat one time. There have been tackle spot, the coach says ATTEND STATE MEET or double breasted I
between so many nit-picking injuries. Mike Macy and Rudolph Perkins I
accident rate was highest "
are playing both weak side of the DCT Clubat White Plain I
and Delegates
11 a.m. and 7pm. Rudolph Perkins
occurcd End Danny Jackson has been end and weak side guard. The 188-pound Bradford High School goingto or black trim
most of the accidents full back
out with an infected foot He is other will face a host of com- was probably the State DCT Conventionheld ,
-'n a dry pavement. most improved the I *
expected to be >a starter next petition for the defensive guard player during in Jacksonville this year Fancies Brocades,
tho( "'week, Nurse I
season. Other Injuries are Jerry spot. That competition is led says. at the Robert.Meyer Hotel are: I silks, solids

Cummings sprained ankle; Kelly ,by junior. halfback Dale Johns Joyce Allen, Diane Gail Gritfis, I
Both quarterbacks, Mike Norman -
Forsyth injured\ arm; Tom- who Hurse says is doing ex- Tryphenla McRae, Mike Rho- I

my Lee, second team linebacker eremely well at the' down spot proving'and with Dean their Johns throwing, are and im den, Wayne McCarthy,and Stan- II II I ,

has been ill. In the Une.Murphey. ley Crawford. The memberswill
the passing game is looking bet- leave Thursday, May 1, "4'A's and one 'B'-You
nisi i) One bright spot this week has is also working at ter, Nurse says. and return Sunday May 4. Their must reflect my side of the I A small deposit will hold your selection. :

been the reporting of Tim Mur- the strong corner back spot coordinators are Bill Costello, family. ." I

phey, two-year letterman and along with newcomer Mark Mil- The backfield corps ,has been and Wendell Kelly, also makingthe COME EARLY! II I

defensive standout, ,after track ner. consistent, the coach. says, with trip. 1

season. Murphey. was promply Dennis Hall I While Selection Is Good
Installed at tight! end. The linebacklng corps of veteran holding the upper hands due to :

Ralph Morgan, Christy experience. Milner has been slow SUM'S FISH-N-STUFF i

INFLATION "The The squad was hurt Coach Chandler, and Tommy Black- wed with an Injury. Christy
single II I
Hurse said, when two Brooker shear have looked good to date, Chandler has played well at full.
most urgent problem facing Hlway 21 One Block North of Red Light
boys counted on heavily left the Hurse says All have progressedwell back.
the is the threat of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA.
economy I
team. Tcny Castle was >a 190- with the new defense.
continuing inflation," said Sen. pcund promising guard and Gene Jimmy Alverez, a good receiver I

Edward W. Brooke (R.- Raulerson, also a junior, was Either Morgan or Chandlerwill will also ibe worked at WEEKLY SPECIALS I Stag/'n !

Mass.). He said that inflation also 'a guard and was countedon probably play the strong split end Hurse says. He will rag !

carries with it a forward mo- to back up Ralph Morgan guard position in next season's learn both the end. ,and halfback -

mentum that can be controlled at middle linebacker. The, two line-up. polSlt1O' s. ZEBCO 202 I I

only by appropriate economic joined Jimmy Temple and Joe RODNREELCOlIBlNATION $399 I
Tom Marks has taken DOWNTOWN-; 13: W. UNIVERSITY AVE.
policies applied with "determi Green, from Brooker, who left over II

nation and persistence." He the team two weeks ago. the strong end position since AND GAINESVILLE MALL I

recommends the checking of Jackson has been .out 'and "has BANTAM: TUSEBALL

federal spending, and mone- "We've got one more boy looked good; Hurse says. PLASTIC WORMS C. G. Approved GAINESVILLE FLA. I

tary restraint to hold down from Brooker out for the varsity, Souther. Discount picked ASST COLORS 3c ea. Cushions $2.49 I
a hardnosed kid named Eric The defensive secondary is of
the growth of money and their first win of the season -- --- --------
Tomlinson who is out to play concern to Hurse.So far Ben
credit, "perhaps for a consid- by downing Coca Cola 6-4 Tues- I II Ii
football and I don't think you Moxley and Keith Patray have day Afternoon
May 6 In Ban-
erable period ahead. could, run him off," Hurse says. looked best there. Newcomer tam Baseball play.

Eddy Dyal hurled a four i
Come From Behind Win hitter In leading his team to

I victorv.Steve Noegel. had the top bat

for Discount as he got two hits

Keeps Merchants On TopComing with and Dana two hits.Padgett led the losers I

from behind to defeat and Wayne Sapp had two hits

a much Improved Terwill- each for the Merchants.The .

egarDenmark team 4-1,Starke Former Starke :

:Merchnats: remained undeaftedin second game Tuesday

Men's Softball League play. night saw Garden Restaurant

easily whip 'JIampton 11-1 in
T-D 'picked up a run In the five innings;: for their fourth win. Resident Faces COMMERCIALPRINTING
third Inning and held the Mer-

chants scoreless for four Inn-
Marcus Rhoden led the Gar-
Ings to lead 1-0. den with three hits and three
runs. Garden out hit Hampton ChargeDr.
The Merchants scored twice 14 to 3,
in the fifth and picked two
'more in the sixth for the up win. Carl S. Roberts, 38, of I'harmancy, and a number of
Bellevlew, formerly of Starke, forged: precriptions for narcotics -
It was the first of the Schedule
game and his wife, Joan Cramer Rob- were seized. They said
season to seven innnings.
go 36 last that the involved dla-
erts, were charged drug was
Thursday, May Merchants Friday with obtaining narcoticsby laudid, an opium derivative used
Charles Howell led T-D with vs Garden 8
p.m.; Hamptonvs
fraud, following an Investi- in weight reduction.
two hits. Billy Joe Sanford Terwillegar -Denmark 9:30.: gation by the Florida Bureau of

Law Enforcement in coop The exact amount of drugs
eration with the Florida Boardf
involved was not revealed. An.
k And LARGER Pharmacy. Bond was set evaluation is continuing and

LOCA TIONDATSUN at $3,000 each. there may be additional char- is A Specialty With Us

,y res it was said.

Dr. Roberts,osteopath,arid

For his wife, operate the Belleview Federal authorities are expected -

Clinic, specializing in weight to enter the case in a

reduction. move to revoke the narcotics
"THE :NEW LEADER" certificate held by Dr.Roberts,
Check your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes. Busi-
A spokesman for the Bureauof the spokesman said.

Godding & Clark Motors Law Enforcement said that ness Cards Office Forms, or any other kind of printingyou

an investigation was made at The couple has operated the
and if the is low
Bellevlew may require quantity just give us
the clinic and the Belleview Clinic for six years.
call.If .
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IIOLlDAY.BRIGIIT-5prlnll-lIke in feeling are holiday dressesfor _
the young. Here the peasant girl look is Interpreted in r4 e

woven cotton checks of red and white. The dirndl suspenderskirt
ruffled blouse of white .
tops a peek-aboo petti. dotted
cotton swiss. By Cinderella.
> 8 TELEGRAPH May 8, 1969

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t.. NOTI01'Notie. r __ saga .... "
and years
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h b 7 gins that. the .' -- tlflcatM altail r>' redeemed a
fellewtng d.r b.d lade of laauanca. the d cnptlon of
wtll b., "...1... at i. ."0'1_ a1 11100..01..... noon on the 6th Bill To Curb Home RepairRackets thai nroparty, and the namaai Inwhich oordlnc to Jaw the P'P"rt5J.dcrlbod :
I o .: A.D. i th. oUr ato"" \ it was auiaooaad are *M : Im eoldtl olsthe
........4101'4.r n.t. noddo. '0 p thae. : .of. .for tu.s. \ -ARM-ANDRANCH .follow! .*ICertificate cartldoata will be
on. ..eh.r "h ell _"eLa 01 wonD.eortpttaY fi Pissed HouseA No. 111. Year of hlnhaat bidder at the. court housedoor .
1. and .d""l By In
5. the first Monday
George T. Huffzina IMiia.no 1881.rfrr on
By !.
j month of 1989, which
of Aaowit at o of : $ .
i Tax.* COUNTY AGENT Lot 4 BIJC noterIID oC the a day of June. 1889.
..h)6170'e.,4 ,00_ Ti 1> Bg.. Aa, Owns. wid Coat, X1.4 A Lot/4o6L.K U la i T Dated this lat day of Uar
of MI* Wet at 16 .06 22 .
2t yr.h Balilop 1.8 Agricultural: Extension -Service OO9 8-D. i tUt.Bl1AL
bill Introduced by Rep. la performed and Name In which aaaeaaxl Hack < )
work than ,
Z36-M- f 1)0' Z' If 170' 01 p4 01 nt i |lof Beulah )t. Moody
o BWJ' 1 6 .. .. .. Gene Bhaw of Starke. aimed at that done la usually Coleman Jr. EST. Circuit Court
to II 4 FT*.* Halalon :".19 '?'" 'Xc.II.. - - - - I the work Is \ All of said property balnir .Inila Clerk of .
curbing the widespread !homo he said also the County. of Bradford, ot Bradford County Florid. "
Victims .
1)7.011 2 or Blk B In Dalmood SO Billy: B Chaabara .7.72 .uk.... A ., Inferior. 5-8 41 639 .1
8 tat a of Florida.
Improvement 'racket In Florida" have paid far In
..discover! they
2377--00" .ZO Ft N Pram as Cop or suf A few I I Unleaa ouch certificate or cer-
days talkIng back and fast He Is
ago was fingers.
.' ow* eNu. "5 ptn 50 Pte was approved Monday In the excess of the value of work performed -

113 n a so rt TO FOB 21 6 2t .ro....h1n. an orII with a ;young man who gave still very active and I enjoyedthe House by a vote of 94-8. i I i and have been deceived

3.93 Ms age as 93. He grew up conversation
A similar bill which clearedthe contracts at exhor-
:Into signing
..a8--IIWJ'. "7** to KB, Cant ale Dag In' another state but finally came
Legislature In 1967. was ve- rates. Many victims -
W "76'. W 72 N 20 to Wtwit: Interest
fAUth really enjoy some good LAND AUCTIONOwner
Dag 30 Kin B R1Ni8 DagSxlHW toed by Governor Kirk who saidIt (have been unable to meet
,572D.1Z7' To *B living. At present he Is living the vegetable list tomat-

1650 ''JBliaUJ| 135.82 In Gainesville and I wish I oes are right up top. It takes was approved without proper payments and lost their homes
could study and would penalize legitimate said. selling because of old age
remember his Shaw .
228--Con at NB Cor or Sao 21 Rin name. tomatoes to complete the gar- ;
a 30 Dg a/o/ nm w 950". a isDag When I talk with someone a den. Whenever there Is an contractors. A Companion bill has been Introduced

H Along BB 1320. N 7a Daa from Bradford << A key section of the bill according the Senate by Sera
County itseemsj] In ,
1039TO M a/w or BWJ' 'Ol. s ? ; extra row down In the field It SAT. MAY 17 11 A.M.
18 Dag W Along w B/W Or a 6 22 2 Bl4c laaatd- natural that we finally get: usually gets set with tomatoes. to Shaw, would require Verio Pope of st. Augustine. ,

parlu Aaaa OilJwning ].. around to the subject of strawberries -) There are about three thingsto licensing of salesmen contractors !

chickens or something watch for after they are set and finance companies engaged -
"O-A--Oo." at SB Oor or NWi or SSl LOCATION: Alachua-Putman Counties. 2 Miles North of
W '* N 21 else good. This time It was,) and growing. 1- Big green la home Improvement) Hawthorne Fla. on Hwy. 3.11.( then turn on State Rd. 3-219,

Sfteo100'-8211''""N 6 strawberries and he wanted to': worns. Don't let them get big transactions except for Wnan- North for 4 Mile to Ranch (Watch for auction sign).

21 22 0._.... 0 12.87 tell me that he was Probably: because they are harder to Mil clal :institution already licensed : -

still the champion strawberry': with Insecticide or even harder to do business.
258' -1 Lot 100 n; S<| In SB Oar of
Blk 1 N or 111 H Twp ./D 216 22 Zachary Crawford 2.752484A.D.8 picker In the world. As a to Pick off and kill. Have All applicants for a Florida 1785 ACRE DEVELOPED RANCH

8W or tot 3 Blk 11JIIIl"n. youth he lived In Salisbury, Md. some DDT or SevIn on hand. license must also provide detail" C DIVIDED INTO 2V.-3-10-20-40 ACRE TRACKS

.'. SID N 18 Dag I 25' .where strawberries are aboutas These materials are good for ed Information related to previous

S 72 Dag B To S tin or. Sao famous as In Bradford worms on other vegetables also. business transactions and With approximately $60,000 value ready to cut Virgin Pine
:21 H To FOB "' -377 A 0 Cart.Pt: .;.JJBallr Timber. Buy as much land as you need. Have Mobile Home
County. At age 21 he entereda 2 Blight, usually starting names of persons connected Cattle Hunch, Country Eatate, Investment. Water to waste,
2527--Lot ) or Blk 20 la N Bano SD P wtlllaa $.91
strawberry picking contest near the bottom of the plant with the business, If the new" a creeks springs, ponds. There i is a Good Country Home on

.2532--tot 3." or Blk 1 In OahagmSO J and says he picked 728 quarts. and working on up. Little act becomes law. property also a 65 acre Pecan Grove

EX B/W IfnU.J'\.t.' ... .r. '..38.1.0' The quart then early yet but it may sUp in
pay per was ,
The bill also spells out Information Al SO: 30 hend high grade Charolais Heifers auctioned one ata
.,''-- 5. 22 or Elk 1 In Oahagm25JHLot / 1 1/2 cents. -This mast have by surprise and catch you off that must be contained time; 21)0 head Charolaia cattle offered .in various group
II/D Bot.tt Ls> 11.2/0 been the the guard. Have some Zlneb or
longest day n
In the !home Improvement contract TF. MS: LAND. 20'%> down at auction, balance announced ..tauct.on
6 or Blk 1 In Oahagan SD year and he sure had .strong other fungicide ready for this
IX B/U Rob.it l.. X13 disease. Brown spots will ap-}>> Including work to be site. No mortgage, owners can finance. Cattle-cash or
Hood checks
done, date It will] he completed,

1.567--Loll 3 or elk 2 In Oahagan SD L.vy! ....... 2.15 :=-' "*::;:;:--:;:;:;:;:;:;:;: :;:;:;_:;e:_;_:;e:;e:;e.:;:;e:;u:;:;u.:;:;_:;_:;u:;:;n:;,:;,_:;_n.:; ;.:;_;,;.;;;.;;n.:;:;;.:;_;,_:,:;_:.,;.,;',:r,,0";'.;_".;;";;";.;;':.;_:;..,;,.;.,:;.:;.:.,:.:,,;o. and a breakdown of all charges. INFORMATION: See owner Le.lie Price at the Ranch, phone

2592--tot. 2...a, or Blk 2 In OahaganSD ; The penalty for violations Is Mtlf.se. ria 504-475-2.J12 or write Rt. 2, BOil 139,
BooTlt Tyler 4.292597Lot / Hawthorne, Fla.
what better a maximum fine of $1,000. one
20 or Bit 3 In Oahagan ID I.*t X Cox. -2713'i ;;: In both.
I 1 1ofllkleof87Nagsof year prison, or Phone write, for brochure
2611--sj er alt 1 a or R 2 B a. wi GIFT for... ...than something \! Rep. Shaw said that most r or or map

Bik 1 N or 22 B a. nut. or Bit -* farHerHOME victims of the home Improve- List your Property with us

1 S or B 2 S In Tnpla SID ment racket are persons with
Ex Far OB Bk 38-636 .22 6.22' yn" a-AISarxstaZrTt.i ?
little knowledge of legal contracts GRISSOM REALTY AUCTION CO.

2612-A--Dg 25* B 160'. N 72 Dos construction.
or building
W 65' a 17 Dog 25* 10 80 W -:.: Julian Grtstom, Rgistrd; Rtal I Ettata Broker
160' FOB COB at. Int or Cc.1' FIY-by-night operators lie
'. Lin or B/W or BB a tin ; t .>.>.. said promise a greater amount t0 Silver Springs. Fla. Phone 904236.2313DriveIn
or Mkt Bd s 72 Dg B on Bd .P
15 B 30'. -
s 721Dog 312
15* I '* FOB
Cont S 72 Dost 65. N 17 22 6 22 ISO 'ThMdor Norris 8.21 NI leaves. With this l
>> ., pear on
2629- Bin S 460 Ft' N *60 Ft For. OUP rather than cure 3- sun colors of brilliant orange
FOB, S 50 Ft. N 200 J't. W ?ti tiI
50 J't. S 200 Ft To FOB 22 6.z Lou ln. .I...<. 22.09 Wllt One type will cause and white provide after-five
I 1 wilt downin brilliance in this easy slip of a 301
the plant to right
,2633--Coat sw Cor or Nwj or sw* I( BIG DISCOUNT formal in cotton matelasse.
B 866' IIG', B 100' For FOB two or three days. The Complete with matching stole
N 100', B 75* S 100'. W 75' I other will take a little longerby
To FOB trlng tl or Co Or Bd <2 6 22 C .I "'11... 2U.U1 it's designed by Helga.
starting at the top and work-
e6.*..-A Cor or l FURNITURE SALE down. In either case the .. --
Nw} } ing
l lon or of18Y.1N zoo w Nellce Of Application For TaxUrrd SHOW BEGINS AT 7:00: P.M. .
Canal 150. S 200. .1'''' ;; result is a dead plant. Wilt
To Bg 22 6 22 Xatl! Monan '..9'Z6"9.t :::. Come See "aOU 11 Save :::. may start when plants are just Sae. 1IM.IO, F1. S. ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students 60e :

about three weeks old or the Notice la Horeby Given that Children Under 12 Free ;
12 of Blk 1 In Nat Hll- 1 j jI Vf. K. Alderman the holder of
U_. 3D te Si WS1U2a Ald>>|dga 1.97 #f UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY plant may be producing ripe the following certificate has

16.52--1.0' 9 of Blk 1 of Nat VU- tomattoes. The only treatmentfor filed said certirlcatea for A tax FRI., SAT., SUN. MAY 9, 10, 11 :

lira 3DB633 nouang 8rrtoa wilt is to pull the plnats deed to be l Issued! thereon. The Double Feature Program ::

Corp .8..*. I Why Pay More? I I11j up so you won't be grieved "

..-Lot 10 of Blk 1 In Nat wllllaa when you walk out into te
8D Clarano. D..... 17.'42 Harden. Photo

2659-ao-Lot 6 of Blk a Mat V1111_. to't i. Haa Plaj- 11j j SOOO BTU PHILCO AIR COND. $99.95 jj We have three pieces of literature CopiersOffice mssro /

folds Bat *.B9 :;: :;:; you needvegetable

1: PHILCO AM Radio [;: Insect and Disease Control
2670,--tot 26 or Bit 2 In Nat Wllllaa D_ uMeuRHE JlJII ;J1
SD Ladtwnm: .1.2A. -- Guide Vegetable Gardening >

1 j 2 $peakers 1jjj Guide and Growing Tomatoes In Supplies .
267lt-Coa at SW Cor or NW* or lilt ; $ 85 : \ >. .
Bun S 710 Ft To FOB, N 300. $1295 the Florida Vegetable Garden. DIINIII/IVII." S
S 50*. S 300*, W J0> To FOB 22 6 22 LuirtU. .10. )}.//07 :: Very Attractive :ti 1; Our address Is Box 1028 and \..

2672--Com at sw .0r. or Nut or swt .. 3: :: telephone number 9646554.No ,

Bun B 510 Ft For FOB, II 20O charge for service or material The Telegraph IcI I I TECHN/C0I0r'TfCHNISCOPE"
S 50'. S '00', W 50' To FOB 22 6 22 LetI1l.'' lernolh 1111 C. H.. NASWORTHY 111 :
Eat 13.601 I .' .; "
Furniture and { "" ::-, "o!
:gi; Appliances |
2679. --Com ., sw Cor or Kwt or swt :: FLOWER SHOW ".."..-....
Bun 1 *6o', N For 4i ."-
FOB N 200 250'.I50' W ;1: 16 and 17 datesto ::- '
50' To FOB 28 6 22 0.11j11a. e1th 3.95 *>:X&&Vitt&ff&tffii&fffit::::=::: ::: :;; :: ::::::::: :::; :::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::: ;:;::;:; :::::::::i8:: :;:::;:::;:;:::::;:;:::::;:>:;:::: May ...'- .
remember. You may think JacksonvilleBusiness

--8g At or Nwi or aw* A. 'reM, v"01 you do not particularly enjoy
Jn't Aaount of '
Bun B Sao tin 500* .. a
T. .. looking at flowers. Visit this PLUS
Por.fOB, N 200. S 50' a
::00' Laud laa. Twp Bg. Ao. Owns and Coat
W 1 how at the Florida State Prison -
To t Sao tin Along Sa 3557--1 Lot on W 816. of Walnut
Lin 50' To FOB i 22 6 22 Di47> tannon so Bt.*en 111_. A a D In and you will have' a
11.88 a J Jona Add a N "0' of
Lot 1 a. All Lot 2. a. N IS* greater appreciation for IT" happened
681--00. "60 S a. II or SW Carof "
230 of tot l 4 Blk I D.N J Jon. flowers 'ine show is planned to mel
NWS or SlIt A* FOB Than nun
B JO1, N '00', W '0', a 200' Adi R.'jk: (Jr.on Jr. 88.96 and arranged by Inmates
To FOB 22 6 22268o Jo. B....... ').64
3638--11 56of Lot 8 e. W 56' of studying ornamental horti- .
M) of Lot 9 of Blk 19 tn
270a--Com At NW Car or svi or SW} a Tanpla. Add __ PI..s...., Ball 26.90 culture. The exhibition is in Directory Sera. .4.. 0"
Bun B 610', a 110' for .0..
Bun W 50'. S 100', 1 50', N }6ltO--Mi of Lot 6 Kx. S 25' a the club house across the highway Artists"I'm ,
100' To FOB 22 6 22 bjL.: H.rtlar ),U Lot 7 S*: S 2V or B1M19 from the Florida State ,
In Taapl* Add Aaatln .Mr-. Service c jLr .
2706--Com At NB Cor or svt or 31 rl'.t Ball ".') Prison. You will see numerous Auto Sales and -'f
Bun w 87' For FOB a 2JS.8', named plants in ten or more
wit 60' N 230.C6! B 60' To
FOB II 6 22 Wilbur. Hofal 2''..BOMIS 70--Lot 8 end That fort of divisions. For an attractive Parrish MotorsSALES

Lot 7 Blk 2 Rao flat Bk example of two or three of ; \ ..
27i --i tot in 81 .87 or s) or lilt 2 or r8 1" Oslo OR 67n7 )
or 3Wt Bang 100' N *. 9 BrSO : B* Lot Oslo OR 6?. these exhibition plants, watch TECHNICOLOR Unitod -
S e W 22 6 22 9tat Nora
at S/D
306 Cowling Ralph A Hal
Ino lQjJiuuilta loas, Jr 19.*) Hi-Neighbor Friday morning SERVICE

May 16 at 6:45 a.m. on Chanel
2733-Bag AO KB Cor or at 0" SlIt
37Z7--W 85 or Lots 2.4 or Blk PARTS
or list of swt mm w 188, 1 In J O Alrarax Add "in.rd I_8,0-74:97 12.
3161.15'. B 18).75', M CATTLEMEN
159.87* To FOB 22 6.a Brain *.72 3769--Lota ). ,. 1 ot Ilk 37tn The Bradford Union Cattle
J M John Add 07" tiulglay Always Good Used Can
i882-D--tot 6 or la /loraita SD CalTln tHoupt Sat 21.49 man's Association will meet
135.22Hargarat 921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654
13 In the
Tuesday May Agri-
3793-A--Lot 12 or Ilk 3 In City
2922--B or KIlt or ssi or MB) EX: lark S/D Dattd Ooda7 74.043822ACoo culture Building. The meet-
N 105 28 6 22 5 Bay
0011.0' 219 at 3W' Oor 01 Nat or ing will get under way at 7:30: FLORIDA THEATRE

3S1 or Nat R 270' Tor\ FOB p.m. Don't eat supper before RT.F.r.TRTr MOTORS_
,.2928--1 Lot Doing 122.5 N SBy N 50' B 120 8 JO' W 120' ,
50* Saw trlng Balng To FOB 29 6 22 BlUp-4PUn.o- 24.40. you come.

In Nl Cor or Wor NWt or 28 6 22 i. Wllllao PEAVY Brothers ':;Showtime W t' ktla,'* 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00
sat or mi *
tat 8.02 J8JL: --A--B g IS W 119' N or
88 cor or w} or Nst or ssi
or MS*. N 6o>, u 100*. s Electric Co.
'295--tet' 5 a H* of Lot 8 or Blk 0> B 100> To Bag 29 6 22 ID;4l. C Thoaa '.*9 ,
i Bam to* D .
B In Standing 80 Paint People'Mo'6retk.
O.t wan 68.2 MSI-Hi or Lots 17l8"or Blif" .
C1feA B Hlllar 9.70 Electric MotorsSold
2 In B N Dowllng Add SALRLIINprssnte @llo )@O
J97J--Oo. on I aida or Chu at a .
Int or N Lin. or Nwt or SI 3909--Lot S or Blk 2 in Butlar ... 27.07 Serviced RepairedGenerators
} a Bun S 50', B 210, N 50', W Crt S/D .ins-Tbs. Starters Armature
210' To FOB 28 6 22 J.ni Laid 5.10 -

)9).5--1.0' 4 of Blk I B In Plnahurit J B Wall Jr. 4.29 PAINTS Rewinding @ ill @
2999--tot 10 Blk 2 or Doming 3/0 ,
Fart Dol 0 Karaay Sat 3.52. 4014 I-enox Jax. 387-2523 <-
IHJ60--Lot 57 In P.l'k1tood S/0 PI rat Nat'l
3005--tat 7 *. Nj of tot 6 or Bin City- a.w76.1'1 CENTRAL PAINT
1 a tot. 1,2,3, oC nk ) InDotting fcl07--Bag At In.... or I B/W MUSIC aTrlr"c@
Far 3D 286 22 A B Joln eon 29.22 Lino or Larayatt! at With STORES INC. Play
B BIll Lin or w.">, "'* mid ,
,,3125--tot 8 or Blk 25 tn OrlgI 3t .Btn. a 100' To POD Than 1
Town or Stark 3 100' II Con 636 N.W. 13th STREETGAINESVILLE
S 100
lat" 11..* t W .D4X744'POD 29 6 22 Thomas TI. P Gar* 52.87 Paulus Music Co. { ]TECHNICOLOR*PMUVISIOrUnitsd

4071--Cos at NB Cor or 3V i *. Bun MrlwlB
311--Co AC NB Cor or N J Jon. 'U 630 For A POD, .Bin. a PHONE!!: 378lastrjsi *> Band & atring Instrument .
Add 111 Dell ..a' W 171' For 390 To 3t Rl 100 Thai V
FOB, N 72 Dag 37*. W 179.13* Along B/W To i 9.. Llna N Gibson Guitars &: Amplifier PLUS
S 17 Dag >>2> W 96.22. S 72 To t 80 Ltna. B To. POD 11Dwa I
Dag )J' B 178.U5' N' -17 'Dag. 31.8 Paso OB 12-Pg_loll 29 6 22 6uftn* Tannar 11." School Supplies-Instruction
)' '
2B 104) Tto Bag ,
I Devon Corp 80.89 "119- 'Com )60' W of 81 Car. or 30 Roberta Recorder
29 Bun N 288 for A Poe
Than .hen. H <*?8' W 360 a Music Llbrary-EX'P'Irt Two Mighty Armies Trampled Its Valley...
3227--Coa at NW Cor or Call a. Bay "'8' B )60' To POD 29 6 22 ...b... a Mar
Sty Run N 216.55, W 112t Ian" Manning 26.18 Repair Department
For FOB Bun M 911.)1', Wly A Fighting FamilyST Challenged Them Both !
155.77, Sly 78', By 155 J 4i W Stulatlll
286 22 70.21am
To FOB S 229' For POll S 150, W 158'
FOB Lying In W Fort or Swtor i
3298-tot 1.4 or Ilk 5 in t T *. 6.22Mounter aithi 29 6 22 .r.... W Thoaa 55.31:
Co* S/D EX / Bmkaraoa PIANOS 'SHENANDDAHWOf.Wimlll
<6--B 7S.04' g Cot orSS JAMES
3300: --Blk 6 in t T a Co* S/D Sx: 1{ at SBi Bun's"n .SR/W or Si i ,
/ Ex 175' or tot 1 I ,.** B 94.05*. N 134.84 YAMAHA PIANOS
::0'I.. n. 3f SSi of Sit, KIMBALL
3320--tot 3. or Blk 13 la t T W On tin 92.64' To FOB 29 6 22 0 V Cavil 1".97 CONN and
a cofa/D flatta Haraon 8.15 ORGANS

279--MWj of NWt *T Sit Ex Far.
332}- tot 2of Blk 15 in I. T aCo Sold Bx: tot Daao OB III claims network.
Matt Ranon 7.177735Leta
20 Ps 549 a !:x R/W a ExFar : !
Do OR IK 23 281 32 6 22 /0/ Victoria MaPa Contact me today '
2 or Blk 19 In
1 a ahlon 9.18
L T a. Co* aID Ex Wi Ida .... SharaanSat 1o atmni.a

".'0 4279-A--1 tot Due OB 23 Fg 281 32 6 22 Idaa Hltohall *.B* : llirC08KTf/ ) TRICK WAYNE! KAIHWINE ROSS..III1SEMJUIHIHSTT1I f

W "0* or tot 2 or Blk 27 UNIVERSAL PICTURE -* *-
338-- S/D Ida Ma. Shnnlat 4297-A--Coa NW Cor of Nit or NVtor lrc a aaaaa.aaaaiaaaz azazB ai>aza la a.
T a Co
la t .5r4Oaorg SBt S 210 FOB, SIOO-, B 1
160, N 100. W 160* FOB.

))61--tot. Co 2 of siD Blk 31 1" t T I... Faroal Also torn FOB 81 B Cor 70'of To Abova Wly. B/tf SUN., MON., TUES. MAY 11, 12, 13

a It u 17.25Cajrta ac Bd 200, a *8 Dos .II on WlyBdry .
10.61'.61 DWf w IS" *

3378-B--tot* 1 a. 2 or Blk "o lat To aiy Bdry of Far 1 B 1/0'/' KIM; BALL "SWINGER" PLUS -
T a Co* s/o avail 2*.38lltlr aIL, To POB
-II1}U aa Bl aonaBaHha WIS.1I ORGANS Just one weakn...
13379-tota 3.* or Ilk //to In H l\laJl-388.8511 -
a Lonnl. Roosevelt Just
a COO s/D .1..__ Bla_. .89 298--HEi or NWi or SSi Kx: Par one.
Sold Bz B/W A Bz. Par DaaoOB
Bk 3.1 Pg 386 3> 6 22 //0 Or.... ROD
))86--to.J."I: Ilk //0) or I Draw Doll07.93" / Bat;;, t>.fe WESTERN STORE i !

/ 308--Con at Kl Car or N8 i of alta 6
3>01-.tot 1 or Ilk ..8 In t T aco Jetn .. Bloka 16.65 Btai w 210 For A POB Tnmm .. MERRITT STEIGER
a/o a-105 W 210', N 105'. a LITTLE DUDE
38 6 22J 11004.1..001lIofrfJ -
210 To POB
or Blk .8 In t T WILLIAMS
7402-dot5 17.68
a Co.2./0 .a4tlt.. will_. 8.93 ; STUNS

1 "391-u TOO or N i or ail of lilt Western Store

Bz BIll a. Bx par In NV Cor 117: V.: Walnut Street __ _
>l>26-w. or tot i ors .k,0.aik. 150' *, ) 6 22. e I L H.rtlr 7.59 pklONE 964-53 AS THE ra
20* or w* or to i Western Clothing Leather-
10 L T a. co. add -.,,._ ....'lr'a9.U'S09" P .atoia good Saddles and TraI1er'1Cb.a.rle. :

5-8 ... Shy! STATE, FARM r J.TkMnaltiitiMioftllaluurvKi & Sharon Patty ; #

-" 2 Z8 a 1a 11S'10 Ta 01. o.Lot. \44 S "1." ....Pl.lts.alle M.rrtll Idrarda, lz' Coll actor. ... Offltai iliiailmtoa. ,.lUlom Company" I- .gu )..8' CttF of Itarta, plprt4a ." S3S> From WARNER EROS.-SEVEN ARTS

May 8, 1969 TELEGRAPH Pap 9


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"-I I I ..V 6'
'Shenandoah/ War DramaTo for your own sake
Screen At Florida Theatre ; and:; community progress NEED READY CASH


v 8heniandioiah.' ." ;playing as partof 'Is the girl from /who Law is c16r"-ro- \
V" I a double feature Friday; and! temporarily: drawn by fihe Ser- Come See Us!
ADULT FICTION Montoya.. Democrat: aNew Saturday May 9-10 at the Plo geant. THE, TELEGRAPHextended' ForhOffice
Mexico, has. gained the
The Avenue DeJderfleld; ride Theatre provider prime Gina LollctorteldaIs
'Il!" Said The Demon -: Boxt; rapport of 31 senators far Ids viewing< tor :local! movie goers Gorgeous the Italian widow faced. with l. tom' .-:,, We make loan for
Clutch Of Constables Marsh; 1,111. S-763. for payment of out- tills weekend. three WW II husbands each any worthwhile pur

Murphy's .War. Catto; Bullet of-lwspltal drugs :under Medi James Stewart beads the cast returning to ;see their: former try 1. pose. .
Park Cheever; Slaustober- care. of "Sheaandoah." the story of amour whom all three !have "" A ;
tmuse-iFlve: Vonnegut; Mr. (The legislation proposes that by $25 to $600DO
trampled TellySavalas.
the famous valley\ supported for 20 years. '.
Bridge Connell; Outbreak: seniors would ;jay the first $2Ssf two armies In the Civil !War Peter1 Laiwlordt, and 'I? .
Black Hooligan Dodge Ap. prescription/ drug costs sad< aine4 1dtIt' YOU HAVE .
; ; and a fighting family that challenged Phil Silvers portray: the husbands \,
polntment In Budapest Kennedy Medicare would pay an amountto : '
them boQi. Shelley Winters plays '
; A Place Called Saturday be set by a Federal drug for- Katherine Ross, Doug McClure Silver's. wife. ? &: i, ., -Too many paymentsto J
mula, tour fllths .of the retail.
or ai
Astor: A New Creature Glenn Corbett Patrick Wayne, Second end of the double bill make?
Andrew; The Good Life Wallop purchase price, /whichever la and Rosemay Forsyth! complete. Friday. Saturday', and Sunday,
; The New Yorkers Cal less. the cast :May 9-11. at the 301 (Drive-In Too many bills to
isher; Special. Relationship No restriction would be placed Michael Oalne sbars in the Is a Columbia' Pictures western J1 iiinC6eil

Clark; The Image Man :w doctors' writing prescriptions Harry Saltzmaa production starring Lee Van Cleef. The! '- payToo many taut
Priestly; National Anthem : nor would it permit pharmacists "Play( Dirty" In the other feature Big Gundown" has. Van Cleefas
Kluger; Doubly Dead Patter to( fill ,prescriptionswith Friday and Saturday. 'a Texias lawman known: && Providing the finest in professional nursing care for 1- \ coming due?

6011; Murder in False Face any other product than Rod Stelger plays the lead In Mr Ugly.' convalescent geriatric chronically ill, long-term and
Lockrld.se; Green Corn Moon specified by the doctor. "The Sergeant" as an Army ,
Lanning: Howard Street We feel that the elderly have. career man. who( goes .awry with: post-hospital patients. Inquiries and visits invited. Let Us Help With Your Money
right to expect bhat the Senate
Heard: ; The Quick And, The a a lax outfit stationed In France
Dead Wiseman; The Murder will move to bring about in 1952. The film screens Sunday The TelegraphFor Certified for Medicare patients. Problem

Of Aziz Khan -Chose; EllxeWe changes In the present Medicare Monday. and Tuesdays May
Is; From Scenes Like These system which -will provide. somemeasure 11-13, >at the Florida. 1000 SOUTHWEST SIXTEENTH AVENUE. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 32601 TOWN FINANCE CO.
of againstthe
Williams: ; The Touch John Phillip Law portrays. > a .
Office Supplies TELEPHONE AREA CODE9041376.2461( )
extremely high cost of outpatient N. Phone
Keyes;. private to whom the Sergeant 226 Temple
Phone 964-6305
ADULT NON-FICTION drugs.It takes a liking. and Ludmila Ml-
Open Horizon's Olson; Food is estimated. that three (gael, beautifuL French actresa. AFFILIATE OF UNITED CONVALESCENT HOSPITALS. INC.
Preparation For Hotels Restaurants million low Income elderly must. -
And Cafeterias spend between $100 and $250 a.
Halnes; The Druids Piggott: year on drugs they need to preserve -
A Better Life With Your Ulcer life and J promote: : ,health'

Potter; My Horses. My Teachers James L, Goddard:: saya In e
Podhajsky; We Won't Esquire about the ;prescriptiondrug v'r 4
3o Lynd; Mazel Toy Y'all- Industry: "The drug establishment i EAGLE;
Asl- Is a close knit
Kasdan; Photosynthesis -
isell-perpetuiatling' : power structure
mov; Sex: And The New Morality -
wood; Tragedy And Phil- consisting of drug manu
facturers, government agencies,
osophy Kaufmaim; World LOWER BETTER
Theatre Gascolagne; The and select members 'of the medical t PRICES QUALITY

Jerome Biblical Commentary profession. There) are con- The Entire Chain Is Celebrating Ji MORE ,,
necting links between all of the Ltra.f5 sir ,
Democrat & Diplomat
Brown; f JSfACj
estabils: ment's flanks which ArrE The Grand Of f
Dallek;. _ Opening # } *
NON-FICTION keep it thriving and well pro- _
The JUVENILE Man Who Founded Georgia tected." NEW STORE IN PAHOKEE 590 E. M

Vaeth; The Pirates. Bridge It has been reported that drug r

-Stuart JUVENILE Mule;. On Expressway FICTIONThe compared companies 18 per: cent to make on 8 invested or an 9 average:per capital cent of BON 1M I G.E. Electric LADIES' CASUAL SANDALS MEN'SAEROSOL

'Berna,: ;. for :CS one other questions major Industries.No the great. WJNDOW Percolator -Ie j I Famous Maker

[ ontrlbuUon that the drug companies ,
t. .
.. : '
""" ',._ b -.. have made to the na- No IronPANTS
-.,...:' .;- ."'" '10 .In ;
'-n' "I'"""' "I'' '0 ..:-\._...-. -- tion's health' over the years, INS1ANr CLEANER / or *

:.-0..lij'-a ).1 but we ere beginning to take a
-- : -- hard look at the justificationfor !
the high price tag placed 1 on CLEANER! Steam & Dry NATIONALLY SOLD FROM
their product. It Is interesting 3 to 7 cup capacity stops P $10 TO $12
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'Had enough?'

Editor .

CUBB And CriticismCUBB

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Economic Agency's Board of must have much to offer an agency '

Directors was told last week to prepare dealing largely with problems of low Income Dear Mr. Matthews: I wrote to Mr. Jess Yar-

families. Yet we have 'been told rough, and he advises me
statements replying to a recently received I read your May 1st front '
there little contact betweenthe
was or no they are adding this Informa-
evaluation of the program here, article on the "Phone
center and (CUBB until February page tion to their Florida Phone Co.
resulting from on-site review by a Rates and also the "LetterTo
('after the evaluation team was files: In 1968 Continental'stotal :
Edlor "by Neil Tucker and
four-man team from the OEO regional
operating revenue advan-
here) then someone from the school McRae and I thought
Jimmy ,
office in Atlanta.] The report containednot ced 16%, their net was even
called CUBB. both articles were excellent.
only a general critique of CUBB, better, up 29%, while they suffered -
Roles and responsibilities within the
a 52% drop in the Man-
but also made six of specific re- both Ode
pages I am sure that
well defined
.CUBB agency are not the ufacturing Division Income because
and Gerald Williams
commendations.We report of a number of persons associated t'ehr of a prolonged copper
says the raise
would vote
the Board will put feelings against ,
hope any wouldbe strike. But if the rate advances
with CUBB. Again
we If they were not working for the
: of anger or frustration it might were allowed In full for the
inclined to agree.. A lain of conic: : phone company BO you have a parent Continental
the company,
understandably have concerning mand equally well understood shouldbe "Conflict of Interest", and I
bluntly worded criticisms, and give the think Mr. Williams and Mr. it would add four million -
used the area's can really dollars
so poor
report and its recommendations the Wiggins could bow out of the yearly to their
benefit to the fullest extent of CUBE'S abstaining revenue. I doubt If many in
situation by
serious consideration they deserve. gracefully, -
other criticisms the $225,000 budget. thus keeping faith with Bradford, County will bring out
Among pointed
The criticisms contained in the report
said "Communications betweenthe everyone without offending their handkerchiefs In grief for
report : should be accepted objectively and their employers. A person In the poor company.

staff, with the poor, and betweenthe with a determination to make use of public life can't have two

Board and the Executive Directorare them constructively. No qne person or masters and they can't possibly And I also emphasized to

very deficient. Attitudes expressedin should be singled out for'blame.We be loyal to their employer, and Mr. Yarbrough, that the manufacturing -
private differ from those expressedin group j at the same time be loyal and company Is apParently -
are not interested in findinga: t.
fair to the thousands of phone
of being sold to General
public, revealing a large degree -
Results what seek.
miscommunication, distrust, and dissension are we -- users. Dynamics at a good price. And
CUBB can be an instrument of real I wondered why this was not
under the surface. value to the community. We know that If either of these fine gentle- mentioned at any of the hear-

It is common knowledge] ) that CUBB people have worked long hours men voted for the Increase ings.
board meetings are often filled with many If they were not connected with
and have driven miles to meetings
while many the phone company you would I would like
petty bickering really important to close this
\ at considerable personal sacrifice. think
they were off their rockers letter by
decisions left complimenting the
are waiting. Some, including CUBB board members, And Mr. P. T. Nolin at Bradford Roping Clubl! Saturday
It sometimes if atmosphere -
seems as an ;
have served without pay. /.e the Starke meeting spoke much May 3, 8 or 10 horses
1 4 of mutual distrust pervades such The fine work and many benefits ofCUBB's (ecf more In favor of the phone took the 301 Center Medium

IJ meetings. The poor don't trust the not- Head Start program arc recognized '_ 'Christian' Sci-..nc.oInlNn/ users than for the phone company Strip to reach the Fair Grounds.
'i and vice blacks don'ttrust This
so-poor versa; and attested to by elementary Improvement In the sit-
1 the whites nor whites the blacks uation is certainly appreciatedand
school tachers were the youngsters So let us make It,. three City I say THANK YOU.Sincerely .
the four participating counties don'ttrust
have Councilmen against the huge
enrolled with a real "head start"toward
each other; the board doesn'ttrust a successful adjustment in their Farmersthe Diary Increase, with two other POP- t

the administrators, and the first grade assignments.The ular City Councilmen abstaining William H. Summers

administrators don't respect the board. New Englander Motel
trust likes Atlanta the other major CUBB program now berry .season draws
Nobody or ( .
way the Neighborhood Ser- t.. a cjose: reports Indicate that
OEO office
) apparently vice Centers the'basis of Construction of the new court- ) [ ,: "It's
appear had
pretty good
growers a year a woman'sm..I
the only point on which the Board is in _;
house Is moving right along .,
information received, to have good potential and. as: one of them cautiously .
accord. "made little and a number of courthouse officials ..:
for a constructive force in the a mon- '" .
By the time these various factionsend community.We ey." In addition a fairly good and employes have been tlSfNlI
their visiting the new bunting In an- .
time-consuming bickering, a have investment amount will be realized through
great deal of confusion remains. All an of community sales direct to consumers on the ticipation of moving In some

too often visitors leave the meetings time and money -tax money, if U-Pick basis. Total revenue to( time this summer. The spring

wondering what if anything real you please in the organization the berry farmers, and to those term of circuit court will be By Martha Sue McCain

known as CUBB and would like to see with little patches which were held next week at the present / .. ''County Extension

I ly happened. it live up to its fullest'potential if it is marketed along the roadside, By Sam McGarvey courthouse and it mightbe ,
The there has not been old Home Economics AgentThe
report says to remain in operation in our area. That probably exceeded 400000. the last session In the
sufficient effort to locate .
and make
building. --
I use is why it is important for the evaluation Ings helped the pastures, and .
of local resources in formulating the report to be used as an instrumentto Speaking of the new Tioga also gave a shot In the arm KITCHEN COOKWAREFOR Cookware can be glamorous
CUBB program here. For example, the correct shortcomings rather variety. Luther Hilliard of the to plantings of corn and other If you should happen to see THE BRIDE these days. It's about 5 per

vocational-technical] training center, thanas Lawtey area said It is a good crops. *. some honeysuckle hangng on cent higher than last year at
one of the greatest assets of the area a source for more misunderstandingand plant but that he set his out too Sam don't think lie has Joined Not many brides need nor this time. Cooking's pleasureIn

miscommunication. late and they did not obtain full Flower lovers have a treat the flower children. It will simply have space for the gadgetgiftsthey harvest,. flame, poppy or
growh or come into full produc- show that the doggone plant often receive, And many avocado colored utensils.
In store for them at the State
f Law And The Campus tion by market time. He said< Prison, May 15-17 when the has taken over all the shrubs gift-givers forget the Items a There are new blues being featured

that In the coming .season an ninth annual Flower Show will and trees In the area aroundour bride most obvisouly needs kit- too, although no companion -
effort will be made to obtain home and now Is lookingfor chen utensils. blue in major appliances.
I Most of us are literally "fe members of the
the gills" with reading, and seeing, and at Cornell and Harvard to the use .sooner than they were last fall. class. Last about 1.500 per- About' ten years ago we set outa the range" cookware? At kitchen wallpaper this season.
about the riots and confrontations year few honeysuckle plants thinking least three saucepans with
militants have
hearing of force by campus sons from the area attended the and There will be more colored
' that, have turned so many university vinced officials,, that protection of our Incidentally a horde of pick show which Is one of the best they would add to the and at- beginnings tightly-fitting: covers a pint size good for cookware without a hard-sur-

campuses into battlegroundsin universities is too serious a business to ers have engulfed the berry of its type In this area."Among, tractiveness wishing of our place had, put reheating leftovers. 1 or 2- faced finish like Tenon. Recent -

recent months. be left entirely to teachers and administrators fields consumers who pick: the 10 classes of exhibits will the now we're plants out la we the middle quart size for vegetables, and2or sales records have shown

The revulsion to such activities is who submit to the use of their own fruit for freezing and be one of flowering orchids-an of US301.So 3quart size for larger that many customers prefer
birth to counterwave of preserves and unlike the robins exhibit which Is most popular amounts of food or deep-fat conventional surface finishes.
giving a
now threat by arms. who are free-loaders, these Manufactures are expected to(
with the viewrs. frying. An 8-inch skillet is
public indignation that is demandingan The reaction of the country against pickers pay for what they get. between the armacUlloe just right for cooking for two; show more stainless steel cook-

end to the permissive policies of these incidents is so indignant that legal The May berries, which are supposed There's a new "water bird" which dig up everything In the a 10-Inch one with tightlyfitting ware, too, now that increased
administrations that to to be the sweetest of yard and that doggone- vine sales have shown a strong preference -
' many campus measures are now being brought all. over at Lake Geneva a sea- lid Is excellent for skillet -

helped to bring these disorders into full bear. In one day recently: are available now and they are plane used In a flying school that chokes, we're out In everything a bad way remaining meals-In-one or for fry- If you for choose It. a small elect-

flower by failing to nip them in the bud Nearly 170 Harvard studentsi mighty good.eating.. operated by Howard and Dana and It is no consolation whatsoever ing chicken. rical cooking appliance for the
double boil-
Don't overlook
many months ago. volved in the recent sit-in were found Bernard. Its nesting place Is at to reflect that we planted a newlyweds it's well to con-
had combination cooker for
We a good rain last week
: of the nation's colleges and in local -Tiny Cove where the Bernards the first er or sider whether the bride !is
Many guilty of trespass and fined a honeysuckle here In white
-the first we'd had for sometime. for making custards
\ under seige have been living since last Jan likely to use it. Avoid the
universities are literally court. It revived the berry plant- uary. niace. jauces melting chocolate and novelty appliance for which she

and the very existence of some are At Columbia, 140 :nwnbrs of the the like. has little use or storage space.

threatened. The attack comes largely Students for a Democratic Society fled A pressure saucepan mightbe Usable equipment are: a port-

from irresponsible minorities composedof two buildings they had held for two one of the mose useful "topof able or full-size mixer, a

young militants some of whom are days when the New York Supreme Remember. 25 Years Ago ment the for range"pot pieces roasts of, equip-stews waffle iron an automatic toaster -

emotionally disturbed and prone to violence Court ordered their arrest. chicken, and othe speed-up with 2 or 4 slice capacity -
a small toaster oven,
and others who have wilfully General
United State Attorney meals. an electric frj'pan. or an
chosen the path of political totalitarian Mitchell called for stem legal action, And who can do without a electric coffee maker.
By Alice McGarvey Legion Post which served both Camp Bland bad come teakettle?
"The time has for
stating: come us
ism.Such Union and' Bradford Counties.Mr. German War prisoners.. and Will she want to( bake? She
tactics have brought us to the to demand in the strongest possible] Bradford County ''and Starke Now while strawberries are
Green was >a charter ,groups of them were used to cut will, if she has equipment suchas
still not
sight of armed demonstratorsat local were busy places during\ World plentiful -- why try
sickening that officials
terms university
member of the Post 'and was 'a pulpwood In ,this area. Recently two 9Inch pie pans, two Anne Greene's favorite recipe
Cornell University, where the admin law enforcement agencies, and local War II days very far from World War service\ ftian. truckloads passing each other 8 or 9-1 nch round cake pans, which was given to her by a

istration gave-way to the main demands courts apply the law to end minority sleepy little country, .places, Other officers elected were: .on the highway were heard to or two 8 or 9-inch square very special friend. Here 'tis...

of the rioters, not to mention ta tyranny on the nation's campuses." mostly because of the social First Vice-president, S. A. We!. "Hell Hitler" .while giving the pans (for bar cookies and many STRAWBERRY PIE

cit acceptance of guns and ammunitionas In a Sunday television interview, activities which being near a don; Second Vice-president, S. regular; Nazi salute.: Strange other baked desserts). A cookie
large military installation inspired
and 9 13-
sheet, loaf x
instruments of persuasion.It President Pusey, of Harvard, expressed E. Sparks. C. G. Barked ale was sounds for Bradford County\ inch baking pan pan are all use- 7 ounces of 7-Up, 1/2 tea-

is clear now that such permissiveness Qualms about outside interference or There were many clubs and named adjutant. by the new commander ful. Two or three wire cool- spoon red food coloring. 1 icup

has been widely interpreted to reprisals against the university mili- social events with hardly an Flower Show Ing racks are musts for cool- sugar, 4 tablespoons cornstarch -
mean that if a minority group wantsits tants.!'! He reflected the feeling at Har- hour of the day going by with- Ing baked foods properly. How I baked, pie pint shell.of strawberries,

way, it has only to take up weapons vard and some other universities that out ,a meeting of some kind. With Our Men in Service: ((1944)) Prison Set about an angle food tube pan? Cook first 4 ingredients until -

and the university administration will trouble is 'a "family affair" and Probably the most active were Billy Blakely, completed basic At For oven cookery, she'll needa thick. Cool
campus } into
the women's .service organizations training at the Naval' 2-quart casserole with lid,
Air Stationin
be frightened into acceptance. Militants should be handled by the university which were formed to aid Jacksonville and was trans- For May 75-77 made of heat-proof glass or of baked pie shell over I pint
it one South Carolina college have already administrations.We in various sizes strawberries. Top with your
proceeded on that premise. agree that this would be the families. Training. Center !to Memphis Flower perhaps a roasting pan, 9 x topping. Place in

Students of history know that the most satisfactory solution to the problem The Women's Service Organization Tenn. On finishing hU schooling The Ninth Annual by the Orna- 12 Inches, equipped with a refrigerator serve.UK until ready to
door to anarchy and revolution have but when the university admini- held a Mother's Day Tea :he will be an Aviation Ord Show mental, Horticulture Section of rach.

, very often been first pried open by strations clearly demonstrate that at the USO-Club In recognition nanceman.. the Education Department of
militant students. of the Cornell of the three years of that organ-
their only method of handling militantsis Walter B. Wilkerson 2nd the Florida State Prison

faculty members who spoke out againstthe 'a permissive, "back down" policy had izations worked service.150 hours Members since who the Class seaman of Lawtey Is now be staged Thursday.\ Friday nd

university's handling of the dissidents that yields to their unreasonable' demands opening were awarded pins. En. an Integral< member of the Amphibian Saturday. May IS. 18, a7.

were, not surprisingly, professors then outside "interference" be- tertainlng were the Melody Forces of the U.S. Navy. The 1969 show 'will feature
of history and government. They He completed preliminary trainIng begonias and will be staged
comes a necessity. Weavers a grcup of local girl &..behlQ'hway
know best the hard lessons of the past, Instead of protesting this 'needed singers. In LST at Camp: Bradford in the club house the main across: prison.-

and see violence for the dark threat it outside help, the university administrators
can become if it goes unchecked and un- should make it clear to studentsand were Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. ''active a Landing duty.Ship Tanks groupin staged by prison Inmates In the E1138

punished.The faculty alike that the forces of Ethel Biggs, Mrs. Edward vocational rehabilitation .area,, of

picture of Negro militants com law local, state, and'federal will Burns Marjorie, Mrs.Carter.L. A.airs Canova Morgan Mrs. Sgt. O. K. MaUteny! was serving Ornamental Horticulture In the

ing out of the buildings at Cornell with be called upon if needed to restore or Darby Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mrs. overseas with a .bomb prison school. !It has grown' each

guns on their shoulders sent a shudder der. R. J. Davis Mrs. K. O. Duncan squadron. year in the Interest of the inmates general Go 8autin s.McjJ.

through the country, and_ the conces-_ Mrs. R. A. Green Mrs. public dace hundreds the of exhibits -
Pfc. James Swindell was stationed prepared the (
J. W. Healsy. Mrs. Harry Kauf
at Waco Army FlyingSchool In the tea .areas to( be _
The Bradford County man Mrs. Jeanette Klncald UNtmm
where he was a mem- shown. Almost 1.500 persona
Mrs. Clark Knight. Mrs. L. W.
ber of a 'ground crew. He last year's show.
recently viewed
I TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Kock Mrs. C. H. Naaworthy. spent a furlough at home M. B. Jordan Is head of the Bv Lynn Hamilton( of Southern Martnp
Mrs. Grace Osborr.e, Mrs. Bertha -
with his wife and mother, Mrs. Vocational Agriculture department vettel ha"inlllh"rill"t of wayis
1879 ""
Mrs E. K.
Pearce Ferryman RULES
dhel3ibls! Dashia Swindell. at the prison end Stanley FUNDAMENTAL railed "privileged" but hat the
Mrs. A. F. Sauls; Mrs. W. Is instructor In ornamental SIMPLIFY SAFETY obligation to maintain rourse andspud.

Draw near to God and he B. Sew ll. Mrs. V. L. Sturjrill. Leslie H. Harper:. serving as Crawford..horticulture. Confuted: by detailed homing The vessel not having the

will draw nearer to you.- Mrs. J. L. Thorn Mrs. Frank: postal clerk at Spence Field rules that may differ, (from one part right of way it"burdened and mutttake

MLM.RFLORI (James 4:8)). Wilson, Mrs. Joe V/ilson Mrs.L. Moultrle. Ga. !had been promoted The public Is cordially Invited of the. country to the nrxll A little. nerettury of collision action to by avoid turning thepaasilility ,

A ESSASSO We !should be receptive toGod'l A. Shepherd Mrs. String- to Corporal.H. to attend the show during common smutin dealing and a slowing, stopping or reversing.ti.ill.uata .
fellow Mrs. L. H. Hill, and Mrs.J. knowledge. of the fundamental rulesof
and inspirationwhen the following Hours: Thursday.
guidance IIP almost are always privilegedover
Wainwright the road ran applied
T ON we have a problem to 0. Caldwell. C. received a May IS, 12 noon to 9 pjn. Pr- everywhere, arrording. In the Kvin-: power houtt except in a rare.
solve, to God Jo be shown medical discharge from the Na day. May 16, 9 ..m. to 9 par rude Newt Servire.. situation when they are. overtaking
to think and speak in A chapter of the Odd Fellows vy. He volunteered for serviceIn Saturday, May 17.9 jn. to The.lia.ir rule to remember. U thai boats under power. Fishing; boalawh"lh..r
how Lodge to be named "May 13" 1942 and''> reached the .rank of '12 noon a veiiel approach. you from any an..Jor.,1 or underway havethe
order to arrive at the correct was Installed in accordance ,with petty cfficer, 2nd class. point dead. ahead lu within a ninety right of way.
confidence in A good rule to remember ...h..n.pproll.hinll
!solution. Express plans made by a group of about . degree angle routing from theright .
receiving his dischargehe larger vessels aurh asfreighters
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher Him for under God's spiritual 35 men/who met at the Masonic has the right of way.When is that they have ihe-right. '
spent five months in hospitals two boat approach headon
Published each Thursday and entered aa Second guidance can work out our Hall. in the Islands! and in this The major cause of arrest for each should steer to the right or of weight though you may lerhni-
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florid destiny. He blesses us in every- Installing officer was Tom country.Pfc. violation of hunting and fishing larboard tide.. When one. boat is rally he privileged.In .

under Act of March 3rd, 1879. thing we do.. Our burden is Klene >Noble Grand of Middle-. laws is fishing without a license.Of overtaking another 1 he mutt keep. any. emergency. it is the dutyof
lightened and every p'-Mid' isbrightened burg. Elbert Edwards, eon of total clear of the slower moving boat the boatman to stand by and
Subscription trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outside 4,894 arrests during render all possible asaistanre.. Common :
of Boalt
Mrs Mae with which hat the right
I when we turnto ,Floyd Green was elected conn- Edwards was a 19 f-68 fishing without a license way.
trade area: 1 year IS.M medical unit leaving the dork have. no right of sense and boatinicourtesy.
God. .lIder of the local American serving overseas. accounted for 1.643. way until they. are in open water. should prevail in all tilustiont.

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men and war materials by <"# k',,.ht<: ;''.... ?-\y, : ;;;:r 't. sr{$ "W'Y ?
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Sullivan. Nelson's Point Key- :,';";; ; ? 'fs':>; t'if''W y.;< ;
(tone Heights is a member of pea to enemy forces la South N' /""" ';' ; ,t'r''e'

{the 4624th Support Squadron at !Vietnam. -_._

Hancock Field:! N. Y., that ha -
earned the Aerospace DefenseCommand's CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
M. H. Homer of Keystone CHURCH. LAWTEY. SAINTS
(ADC) "A" Award. Heights has completed CONGREGATIONAL Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Sunday SChOOl 10 ajn. Morn.kig Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morning East Call St.)
Sgt. Sullivan Is a radar operator and Communion. ((416
Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Youth Morning Worship Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening
In the re.crtdt Worship. 11:15.
days of training Sunday Priesthood 8:45: ;
28 : Sunday School. 10 .m. Services:
In the 4624th which earned "fourto Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir.Prac :Night service 8:30. Service 11 a. m; Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer
of the Navy's Highway. Sacra.
phase School : ;
11 m.
Worship Service. a. Sunday
the highest ADC unit award for services.
6:00.Wednesday: 7:30 Wednesday
tice Wednesday 8 p. m. 125. northwest Meeting, : p. m.;
month" active duty program of L&2eT. President
ten Branch ,
Evening Service 7 p.m. ment 11:00:
yearlongmeritorious serVice service 7
fits Robert D. Huron Worship -Rev. J. C. Hester, pastor
Reserve L. Bennett
at the Naval pastor. 964-6278.
( and operational effective- Tuesday Night Cottage PrayefThursday p. m. Minister Jack P. Ben. Dean Huisen
Training Unit In Memphis.
iTenn. He will :now attend one : Night. Prayer Me. PINE LEVEL KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST!
was the Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning NORTHSIDE Sunday-0:45: a. m. Sunday
schools at
1964 from C. J. Scott High of the technical in* in churoh. 7:3 p.m. Highway 100-A Worship U ... m. Fre-fier- CHURCH School 11:00: a. m. Morning CHURCH .
School in East Orange. N. .1.. Naval Air Technical Training Youth Service: Friday night vices (Booster Band. Young Schedule of services: Sunday Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training
Center In Memphis. Upon completion 7:30 pjn. Sunday School 10 >a.m. Morning 10:15: a.m. Morning
and Career Academy College of Morning Warship Worship. Union
People, and Prayer Service). 8 .School 9:45: a. m. Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening
Broadcasting In Milwaukee. He of the school he return Ivy Luke. Paatof Worship! 11. Training Union Worship 7 10:45: a. m. Training Tib- Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship
train p. m. Evening p. m.
received JUs. L. L. B. degree in to civilian life and 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8. Midweek Service. Wednesday. Ion. 6:43: p. m. Evening Service, Wediwsday-7:3U Prayer Ser 7:30: ,p. m. Mid-week Prayer
one weekend a month with aI'V" SMYRNA AUSSIONARY Wednesday! Prayer Meeting 8 Wednesday 7:30: p.
1969 from LaSaUe University 7:45.: Mld-Week.; Prayer Service. vices 1st and 3rd Wednesdaynight Service
squadron at a Naval BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D..
School of Law In Chicago.His 'p.m. Rev. Virgil: Lovett. night. m. Come let us worship together.
AIr Reserve facility close to 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser pastor. pastor. Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. -1:00: p. m. Family :

wife, Jean. is the daughter his borne. vices: Sunday School, 10 a. m. "" -_ _ _ _ _ _
of Mr. and :Mrs. Nicholas J.
Preaching. 11 a. m. TrainingJnhxn.
Calovlch, Kansas City Kan. Westfall of I
Pvt. Richard A.
5:45: p. ni. Evening Wor- .."
William J.--Coleman, son of'' ,starke has completed eight ;hip 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. JORDAN MISSIONARY

Mr.Starke and was Mrs.recently W. J. Colemanof promoted ,,weeks the U. of S. Marine basic Corps training at with Par. -Elder A:.O. Flynn. pastor BAPTIST U. S. 301 MISSION North, behind Taste i qi i : ::1* I@li" :i: iili'iiiI'ilm::': ': :': : :i'i' iii':' 1m ,NiiiiiiiiIiiiiii,:::,:,,:,,: ,; ,lim"ii'i;: : ,,:: :''

ria Island. S. C. He !is now Undergoing -
to Army Specialistwhile combat training at ST. MARKS\ EPISCOPAL, Frees Drive In. Sunday; >: !: !: f: iii:1mmmi'i'il"I"llillll: :!:!: :: : :: : I
assigned to the 32nd Artillery School 10 a.m. Worship Ser ,
Lejeune N. C. with the
near Tuy Hoa. Vietnam. 2nd Infantry Training Battalion. Sunday services: 3:30: a.m.. vice. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. PraY- and Jod bless A4 o
Specialist Coleman Is a how Holy Ei'charlst. 9:45: Church er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. .

itzer driver In Battery A. 6th Signalman 2nd Class RichardP. School. 11: Family' Service.. -Leroy Olive pastor. ; E. L. % fmmnni

Battalion. He entered the Army Nichols. US? son of Mrs. Holy Eucharist Lit end 3rd GriZZle, associate pastor. I :<

In June 1968. completed basic Myrtice Nichols of Starke la Sundays; Morning: Prayer. 2nd 1 1 t j 1 1 1
;: This little one is aware of his mother's tender care, and responds with love. . .. ..
training at FoTt Polk. La., and serving aboard the guided missile and 4th Sundays. >>' ";e
,was last stationed at Fort Sill. destroyer USS Buchananwith I r11 It would be wonderful if all of us showed our love for our Mothers all of the time mmtt1t 1

Okla.November., before arriving overseas Task Force 71 In the South BAPTIST MADISON CHURCH STREET CHURCH: OF GOD .. :;.::.::.; Even if we have been a little neglectful, we have an opportunity to ;j: ;:;: ;r:1:1;: : ; J

>jlast . .. ... .
China Sea. : : : :
422 N. St. Clair : : :::: : : : :: :
St. Starke.
His wife Joyce lives on Task Force 71 comprises ::::::: go all out this Sunday, and express to her our love .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. :::c
:Route 2, Starke.Quartermaster. Sunday May '11 Stmda3'School. Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship ::::::: ::::::::::::::;:::::: .:
more than 20 !!lIps, Includingfour 9:45.: Morning ,Worship Services XI a. m. and 7:30: p. ::::::: and appreciation for her goodness to us. The Bible tells us to :::::::::;:;:;:::;:::
.. .
two guided .. .. . .
aircraft carriers : : : : . . <
11. Youth Choir Practice 4:30.: i m. Prayer Meeting, Filday 7:30p. : :;
2nd Class missile cruisers a heavy Youth Fellowship Supper" 5:45: : m. Rev. Chester J. Shouppe", ::::::: "Honour thy Father and thy Mother. ::::::::::::::::;::::

;Charles W. Ellis son of Mr. cruiser, and a number of frigates mm1 1
Training Union, 6:15: ; WMU Pf'efjor. 1 1j1 f11 1 i

'and Geneva Mrs.is Fred serving W. Ellis]aboard of Lake the ,established and destroyers.immediately It upon was Prayer Circle 7:15.: Evening .4 ::::;:: On this special Mother!: Day attend church .:::::::::;:::::::::: I

IT. S. Coast Guard Cutter Men ;jnotiflcation' of the shooting Worship' 7:30.: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 1:: ::1 and share in celebrating this time :: : : ::1:1: : :=:t
Tuesday RA :meeting, 6:30.: (Highway 100 at Theressa)
dota off the coast of Vietnam.The ,down of a Navy EC-121 reconnaissance with others ,
Mission Action Group, Bible Sunday School-10 a. m.MorAlng .
ship Ls operating as a unit aircraft by the & 4
StudyGroup, 7:30.: W01'ship.-ll a. m.
of the Costal Surveillance Force enemy over North Korea. ....... ....
Meet Training
Unlon.-6:30 :. I
Wednesday Prayer : p. m.

I Closed Camp Dates Blanding, AnnouncedFor Lakes ing.8:30.GA.Thursday 7:30.3:30.FIRST::Deacons.Church- Sunbeams{Choir Meeting.Practice 8:30.and: Packham Evening Wednesday-7:30: WUl'&hlp.-7:15 pastor.p.Night in. Prayer Rev.: p.Merle Services m. ...-. 1I'I"IlililIIIIilII"IIIII"j'lillIIII"i"l"ijiI"Iiiii"IIIi! !! ;; !:! : '! :!!:! !: :!!! :!! !!!!!:!:!!!;.I. ''i I 3

The Camp Blanding Fish' Pond Lowry'Lake, and Magnolia BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1;: ::1: ; ;1:1:1: : : :;: ;: ::1: :4 \\Nl1iF .:: : : : ; : ; ; : : :r : : ; ::1: : : : : ;:;::::::::::: .i 6r'tt..J

Management Area was closed Lake. STARKE OF STARKE : : ,
from Monday to Friday talc- Magnolia Lake State /Park will West Weldon St. and Raiford : : mfmrmmmmr mmmj1 t1tmmt111jjr i

week in the first of several1' remain open It :was anounced. Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning Road I ;::n t3 J..: l.. :::;:-- ,:1 '. k. __ '

closed period. announced by UM The Commission urges the Worship at 11: guest speaker, Sunday SchQol 10:00 .
: : :
a. m. :' ,;:r ? 1 ::::
Florida Game It Fresh Wated cooperation of all fishermen in Evangelist Clifton W. Brannon. 11:00: :a. In. Morning Worship; '; . ; y I

the !interest of their own safety, Trailing ,Union, 6:15.: Evening .. .%. .
Fish Commission .. a result of ':00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : .. .'m 0I1 m. I.
National Guard Bummer field and to Insure the future availability Worship. 7:30: ; Evangelist CUT. m. Evangelistic Services. :::;::: TIt. CIIunh Is God i .ppolnl.d .g.nl' In 'thl ::::: .

training activities. and use of the Blending ton W. Brannon. Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Midweek : :::::::A world ''ipriodlng 'thi lmo.l dgt of' Hit lovi :::::

Other closed dates wll be May area. Monday Staff Prayer Time, FrayeaMtetlng.. <: ::::::: for man and ol Hit dimand for man ,la maondla :::::

12-16; June U, 9-13. and 23-27: Various ''National Guard units 9 .am. Deacons Meeting Youth Pastor: T. E. GlUey : :::::;;; 'that ki.. br lovn!"( hn neighbor. Without ::;::

June 30 to July 4; and August' 'will be firing live Ammunition Choir Practice 7 p.m. Lottie :::::1:: Mill grounding In 'Iht lovi ol, Cod no govim- ;;:::.

11-15 and 18-22. on nearby *lr defense artillery Moon Group meets at church : ::;:::: monl or mloty or way ol llfo will long m:::::: I

The area affected by the closing and mortar firing ranges dur. 7:30.Tuesday: HEILBRONN BAPTIST :: :.:.::.:::.; porunro and ,Nit ,Irotdoim which wo hold todrar ,.. ;:.::..:' .

Includes Blue Pond, Perca. I I Ing the summer: field training.'" Staff Prayer Time, CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16' N. ::4:: ::::::: will Inevitably porlih, Thorilort' oven :::: ,

I period. 0 a-m. Helen Masters Group Sunday School 9:43: a. ra :::; :.:..::.:::jIf from ninth' point of,>liw, oni ihould lupportth ::.: : '

meets at church at 10. Ida Morning Worship 11. Training' ::: ::::::: ,Chunh for 'tht uko ol 'Ihl ..If..f himtI/, :. ,$"..t.l 0;;.,'

MMiet or fAX 1/a.i Darby .Grou'p. home of Mrs. Union. 6:30 p. m. Evening Service :; ::::: : toll and hn family. Beyond. that howonr .' :, .. .
Paul Raymond. 2:30.: Lorena 7:30:: Midweek Prayer Ser t%
::.:.:::.; ivory ponon ihould uphold and portUipato In .!..;.....,.
Motlo. la h.r.br BlT-i tho* aa tha SSth Uy of Ha*. 1969 L*""t. Epperson Group home of Mrs. vice 7:30.: :';. : : : : 'Ihi Church boiouu .
I It
: :: : (I.lis (ho 'truth' about! 'ro" ,
-rl ;
.mty: of Broifora. It..t. of nortd. S.z .rtmo.t.: will b ;
L. N. Pickering. Junior -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Pastot _
on th: < follortin Iie"e" 4 l.nd to: p.r tho: mow* du. for 5:.zs. h.r.ln p.m. .:::.::.: ...f man'i llfo.. doath and dntlny-, ; truth whhhalont t 2%1
>.t Op O."'. th. _.. tog.th.r with all aoata or ....... ..1. .ncj .11 d- Choir Sunbeams. 3:30.: Primary "J 't. )!t _
....'".ing.D..ortptton. Choir GA 415.: Ethel Biggs GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH ': .:::.::.: : will tot him fro. la II.. at a child of .. "'..,',. :...
::: Cod. --oK
... :
Group home of Mrs. Earl SearIng Sunday School. 10 a', m. Morn : : : : 'r'r': ::
: .:.:.: .., -- .:.
;..Brownlee Group, home of Ina: Worship, 11 .a. m. a.nd,7 p. ::::::J --\ ""' :: i :;;

of" f._.Wlt..: Of Mrs. Tyler Jones 7:30.: m.- Rev. Fred'Johns, pastor ::::::::::::' :c.i.' ....Ad.So,., :::
Land 0.... and Costa Wednesday Staff Prayer NEW SilVER BAPTIST Io ::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,. .. "K' ...l
Time Sunday School. i :
9 a.m. i
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn :
US9T Or HAllBOAD Superintendents ,Meeting 6:30: ;
jag Worship, 11 a. m. Tralnina'Jnlcu : ;::
lot: 6 Ilk 7 v I 00011br 30.K Prayer Meeting. 7:30.: Church ,,,, 7 p. m. Evening Worship! % ;
Choir Practice 8:15.: .. .
block 1* Vajns Nsas.y 6.C 8 p: m. Wednesday :night ser :)

Thursday Friday Staff vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel ,?: _
M N 64.66'66.66': : Blk B1K 110 carton rr.Tt" to.?( Preyer Time, 9 oa, m. come-L. L. Parker, putor.FIRS'I" -' -

Bloc 17 .H.rrtn ...10.. 87.3! METHODIST ,
I.. at: rt: 70' II of MW Cor at.3t STARKE Sunday Service: Sunday II
.. 60' W i iBID
L.K. AT. N JO' a
60' To L.ko AT. B 30' to: B.. Marvin ".h r 19.!; Sunday- Church School, 9:45: School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship I SERVICECarl f I;

.t of Ilk 2l,. a.m.: Morning Worship, 11: 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser GULF SERVICEAND

MI of Blk 2JDl. Mats.' c....r 1).. MYF Snack Supper 6; MYF vice 6:30: p. m. Midweek Ser Edwards Ph. 964-7231 i|

.| Lot 7 Ex B 200 rtCow Corl" Cum 21.1C Meetings 6:30: ; Evening Worship vice. Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. Hurst Phone 964-6111

7:30.Monday: -Charles Reese minister 4
34 COT Dins lot: 7 Bwi I TIre Tru-Iq
On gsa Lino To HUT 200 00'to < Circle 2, Covered U-HAUL RENTALS
FOB IX C '00' 11I>"?tS L..n cn ,.,,; Dish Luncheon with Mrs. C. E. BAYLESSmOHWAYBAPTJpT Headlight Adjusting' :

lASt Of RAILROAD Hernwall 11 a.m.: Jr. Girl CriORCH Truck .*- Trailer Brake Service

B 15' Lot: 6 A. B 51e', lot 7 3P Clitir Harlor 9.05 SCouts. 3:15;' Methodist Men's Sunday School 10 *jn. Pre Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and
Club Covered Dish Supper, 7; '.
Service t 11. Training
attolng *
W Lot: lOA Jo>oo B spoil o.'sj: Annual Church Conference :' Minor Tune-Ups Alignment :
Union. 6 p.m. Evento* Service.

jots 8,9.10.11 12 Ilk 13 units.Stfl( B.14Joyao M.. John. 11.2C 7:30.Tuesday: i 7> Midweek Prayer' Meeting.Wednesday :. 1011 N. Temple Avenue ..--... PROMPT ROAD SERVICE ::
Circles 4, and 5, 10 7:30.: Everyone' wel.come. -- :.
Co. SW Cor Lot 15 fen NIT Along a.m.; Jr Girl Scouts. 3:15: ; Wesleyan AU Minor Repair
W Birr Lot IS 200' to: FOB Rev. George E. Cro PHONE 964-5899
Nip on rfbdrr 165 Service:! Guild. 7:30.: :
sir, on B Bury l''l.; Wednesday Circles 1. and 3, wen, pastor.h1A.IPTON) 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke |
011. 165' to: fOB Laa wnlk.r 5.0C
10 a.m.; Younger, Children's STARKE BUILDERS ,
Lot: 2 Ilk 16 (terry ,Xlttlo: 1.60Co.
Choir Rehearsal. 3 p.m.; Prayer CHRISTIAN: Hiway 301 and 100
SW Cor Lot: 17 Ivm N 304 Meeting and Bible Study 7:30.: CHURCH F SUPPLIES Inc. LAWSON ;.
160' for> B.,. Bin N 36 B 100'
_.. ThursdayChancel Choir Rehearsal Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -
3 3M M 100' To B B M14 e..I:
Xno 20.65 7:45: p.m. Worship at 11: Evening t. Featuring Ace Hardware *10 S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKET I

B.( tH Car N 130'.lot: 3) I 50' Saturday Older Children's Worship 7:30.: Rev. Carl :: Complete Paint Supplies .
to I.g B J0' I }0 N jot To Choir Rehearsal, 11 a.m.Rev.. Clarke, pastor.
B01 Mid Stat: :. (coos : and Sporting Goods AND COLD STORAGEWe f
In. 17.90 D. T. Farabee Pastor.HOMECOMING. ,
Flits BAPTIST CHURCHHAMPJTON "Check With Us First" In Custom SlaughterIng -
I 50' of W 150 of W\ Ilk Wt Mid St.ta: : 110... DAD & BRAD SALES Specialize .
In. 2.20 Cutting and Wrapplnc-
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning 219 Washington St. 964-5270
Con N4 Cor At: Port Lot 18 B Of MODULAR HOMES24Ft. Prepared for Deep Frees
Or St: a",.* B 210' II 27*' V 60' AT HOPE BAPTIST Worship at 11. Training
1 9' W 120' To Jig W. 0. ..&107 5.80 Hope Baptist Church at The- Union. 8:30.: Wednesday. night :: WHOLESALEPhone

I., 200 B of NX Cor Lot: 20 B ressa will observe Its annual Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followed 11 Wide
200' 100' W 200' N100' To BM .. .Hra N J _41... S..*, Homecoming: (Day on Sunday, by choir practice. Starke Nursing : ZJZ.JLORIDAjJ 964-7059

55' Lot: 166 Lot 2iA TnoM ..n IT.35 May 11, starting: 'with Sunday Home service, 2:45: p. m. Also 12Ft. Wide

Lot 27 T J Ald.rw.. 1.60 School at 10 a.m., and Morning -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. ;jJ; PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD

Worship\ 11. During the morning .: MOBILE HOMES
fan S" Cor Lot 21 Bun B 721' N '
Kit.*' for> I.. B SO' M X' X'O' worship service, corsages CALVAKY BAPTIST j: ONTIOL

:'8)0' Bonny 110"..._Mario" 3."0 'Will be presented to the youngest Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning ::: Campers and Traveltrmlfcrs' COUNTY
WOI'6.l1lP. 11 a. m. Training '
mother present, COB fpr3s 3K.Cop l.I240'N Lot 18 Bva N 51*32$tcto and the mother ''With the Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service &Ol.-Atcs Keystone Heights TELEGRAPHOFFICE

an' to: BO. B.inr Mori" a most children present. Dinner 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday ::

Bob.roon 3.90 will be served on the grounds 7:30: p. m,-Rev. R. H. 539 E. CaD St. Starke, Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 SUPPLIES
Cm 34 Cor Ilk 21 B 721'"for I at nocn., Butler, pa ll';, ::
137' > I. B 80' 5 107'
II.10' I 107' To Bog Co1'.r. Owiovi 1"..5Sa. The pastor Rev. Merle Pack- .:: Phone 964-5745 for FREE

4 s.I1\:; of I JJ5 Lot )I Alb ,Hem. Pollp ham, says the "welcome mat" DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ADDING MACHINES .
"J' 0.rI .70 is out to all who will come and Inspections and Estimates
I Lot III Cor lot *2 II" !share In these services.Ch Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora-
3 On B .C 35?' NIP On M
p1 lOll' Mil AI"' ART Loo 12.30 Ing Warship. 11 a. m. Training CO. EDWARDS
kofI1kk1P915OIeI. Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser WILLIAMSJEWELRY .

JO' Dmlo atronaB4w.rd 7.kS' .... vice. 7:30.-Rev.: Lacy Conway, .
.I .-S'; I/f/I Grocery and Market
V.1 ion Lot .*3 JonoaAlMrthoi 6.85 :_ ij/I. -pastor. Better Service For Your

torn IB Cor Ilk Jl mm I 300'or :: Groceries Meat Feed.
I.t u 400' II 27Z.it 1 Airpark Baptist Church Title Problems
frOO S 172.11' T. B.( WlllOt .,., Sunday School 9:45: ajn.: Morn- Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL

i. 1".110 .BiuT fag Worship, 11:00: ajn.: EvenIng Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts

9oo,o. .SI.*Cor. M 100'lot it t M 70'572.22'B 100' I and the Father are one.- Worship 7:00: p.m.: Wed BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys Edward

I 70' TO a.. to.,,_... Will.t. (John 10:30): Prayer Meeting and Bible Stub TlUelnsurance
.. l"..tOOilto4 alive 7:00 p.m. Study on Book of 142 W: Call St. Starke U. S. 301 Sooth Stark
Is life and we are
fro* Sat H LU. m.d IS, B/W God Poalms. (Nathan L. Modllng |58 W. CaU Ph. 964-6851
ki ,.r T* BB 105 for ... with His Life. His life is our PMtor Everyone Phone 964-7064 PHONE '".5311
f 105' B On B Ltao Ill 57ZV Welcome.
shine forth renewed -
life, so we
4 lao 'Eo IB 10) W *
ION Bandlao, ) health and wholeness.God EVERGREEN BAPTIST' CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE, Inc.

Im.. Oe 16.11 is power. The very powerto HIgbway.j5. NQrthut ,-
I Lot k >. lID -M Stow 2 ..35ra. be and to do all that we are Lawtey.; Sunday School ltIa.m: owned By: Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "'Helping Oar Member Live Better

capable of being MoI'l1iqt' ..Wonsl4p U:15. SuD-,
SA .. 5,22 Bthtf B4diab potentially la Service ElOetrlcaDKe7.. .lahu-Phoae 4734911r
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*A* 8:30.--Rev. ,
COUBCTOB and doing has been given us.
Oltr of ...... J.. L. Bennett paator.

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Lawtey Volunteer

Pdt Out !"ir. ............... OPEN
At Hailbronn ALL DAY WEDNESDAY .............. ...,

Fire desbnogned a garage .and ..
an automcfcllo. housed In the
building Blur ftedOtehfe Store
*t Hellbnonn Spring last Saitur- This SAVE
schedule will. | be threeIT"
day afternoon. The Lawtey repeated
Volunteer Fire Department was the next 15 weeks
called to the coene' and managed IIUT/
to keep the fin from*sx ad> r DESSERT 01SH Will I DINNER PLATE srr --'
ing to the store .about 20( feet arCONO DOC 29 ,3"purchaai. 1 "-,
from the burned garage. WIIK DESSERT ---
The Florida Forest Bertha o 29' Ejlm.vervr .
cent a truck to tore seen.M did z1''K >-
COFFEE p"wllM1
the Volunteer Fire Department l t CUP 190 29c wdh v.rvOU"TH.
from Providence but tbe Lawteycrew : ;.=ryirn / .fl_ purthes.wuK .'
already bad the Ore out # r .oeh SAUCER p'aOVC' 29 .
by the time tbe others arrived. N4 _ SJ purcheuo rlrrN Bread& C 63purcheai' /
t Will BUller L1 L1A
This was the second call an =%1 pq'
I}; s9 I 29c with everv...
swered .toy) the Lawtey volunteers > : Each week a piece of distinctive Granada dinnerware The SJ pu.eh.
since they received: their '+ will be featured for just 29C.$ For each $3 in grocery prices abov e Items I t will be sold at these Special
truck several week alO. The purchases you are entitled to one piece at this low only I in the weeks they Ire featured.
g price. There's no limit with a $6 purchase can EoeludJnll1 yt
first call was to extinguish a n 1 get 2 pieces. .and so- on. you tobacco "liquor and liquid, .-, ?_.,?_?.. O 5w
brush fire at Lawtey that had ST Da
Encludlni' ; tobacco liquor and liquid dairy product,!.
gotten out of control.
The Lawtey Department meets

every Tuesday might at 8 o'clock: Ot. SLUE,WHITI or COLD WATIR AMHOW..LImtt 1 Detergent el choice W/J3.00 or mar purchase excluding cigarettes
:In the City Hall and anyone FOLGER'S
Interested in becoming a mem
ber la Invited (9 attend. DETERGENT 49.6e. *

. . .

CITY OF" 8TAHKic. FLORIDA .AJAX...Limit 1 Detergent choice w/S.OO or more purchase cigarettes
:As provided by Chapter 20728, DETERGENT 59
Acti of 1941 notice li given that
tangible personal property . .
taxes assessed for the year 19(13(
are now delinquent and begin
ning April 1, 1969 such taxes 1-LB. Qts..Llmrf 1 w/S.OO or more purchase excluding cigarette
are drawing Interest of one 1-L.B. CANASTOR
percent per cost mouth of publishing plus proportionate the- COFFEE 49* CAN *,
notice unless the amounts set .c MAZOLA OIL 59
opposite each name below are
paid X:>. 1969 before warrants the 6th will of be June Issued A. Limit 1 Coffee of Your Choice with$5.00 or Purchoie Excluding, Cigarattei.JOoi. . .

therein directing the levy upon .OIL MONTI 8-os. DEL MONTI TOMATO
the seizure of tangible personal 1-lb. SU'IRBHAND SOrT
'property unpaid) taxes of the penalties tax payers and additional for CATSUP 3/l. SAUCE 8/$1.
coats The names of delinquent . . .
personal property taxpayers MAR GAR I N E 3/$1.
) and the amount of the No.2-". Can DEL MONTI SLICED OR HAy.ne No.303 Can DEL MONTE STEWED
taxes Including the cost of advertising
and the penalties) areas .
follows: PEACHES..3/I. TOMATOES 5/$1.1
Bells Garage 1.811
Brooks Fish Market S.IT eVPIc.12-0. No Return Bottle FISCHER'S
City Fish &: Meat Mkt. 85.29

Francis CourtShoe Oay'0 A. R.Johnson Home Jenkins Repair Appliance&> Son Florist Co.Oroo. 27 11.33 8 t...55 08 08 ALE or BEER 79 CKTAI10.ii7$1.: Medium EGGS 2 DOZ 85

L..J. Kite 89.54
Longhorn Rest. 11.35
M. O. McMllllan 12.13
Shell Service Station IS.98 *
Felix Sullivan 7.09 BABY FOOD. 9 JELLY. 3/$1
Sunoco Texaon Station Service Station. 1521 7.09D U.S.D.A. GR. "A" QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND BROAD BREASTEDTURKEYS . . .
B Thomas 4 39 41/4 .o. ABststc* Ts DEEP SOUTH SALAD

Unity Ifadle Cafe Williams 2.08 1.33 1 LBS BABY f. DRESSING 39*

: UP 39 gD..10 .


4/l 4/$1
GHAMES.' Deceased. . .
PERSONS HAVING .CLAIMS Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good'All Week
OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID Thursday Thru Wednesday May 81413em.
.*- *,-.
You notified and each to present of you any are claims!hereby -- Cheese Food 65 USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS FULL CUT

and demands which you. or
either of you may have against! SUPER BRAND COTTAGE

AMES the estate deceased of UtLLIAN late of B. GH said Cheese. 2 59*

County to the County Judge of CLIP
at hl
Bradford County(Florida STEAKQts.
office in the court house of SWISS OR N.Y. SHARP ROUND
laid County at Starke. Florida
within six calendar months Stick Cheese 57
from the time of the first publication -
of thia notice. Two COJHles
of each claim or
Shall be in writing and shall LB
state the place of'residence and Pork Roast. 69
postoffl.ce address of the claim ..
ant. and shall be sworn to by FRESH USDA CHOICE' W-D BRAND eO.N". W-D BRAND BONE-IN' PLATS

the torney claimant and accompanied his agent< or by at-a Beef *

filing claim fee or of demand one dollar not and eo .such filed Pork Steak. .,69 Pot Roast. . 69' Stew 39


Robert SRobert: F.of the F.GhamesJr.Ghames Estate of Administrator Lillian Jr. Fish Fillets 49 Chuck Stea k 7 9* Beef Stew $99
B. Ghames deceased. .,. . .
4-24 4t 5-15 12....Pkg.TASTE O' SEA USDA

REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME.TO Fish Cakes 3/$1. strip Steak .T9 Gr. Beef 3 lOS. $159

Notice is :hereby given' that
the undersigned under the pro- FLORIDA WHITE or YELLOW FROZEN FOOD SAVINGS
visions of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof .
Florida Acts of 1941, -will
register with the Clerk of the !-os. MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF OR TURKEY

ford Circuit County.Court Florida in and for upon Brad receipt i Meat Pies 4/88*

of proof of publication of
thte notice the fictitious na.meof R N 5
Watson Egg Farm under Quarts BIRDSEYICool
which we are engaged In. business ..d EARS _

at Graham, Florida. 2/l.

Graham Mario .and Florida ones owraeri.Campanella. IN Whip

Dated this 21st day of AprilA. TASTE O' SEA

D. 1969 at Starke Bradford
County Florid. 4-24 4t 513fetlee FLORIDA, GRAPEFRUIT OR SWEET JUICY,

5 49* Strawberries. 3 $1. Dinners..3/$1.
01 Applteatlo Fe TatSee. Oranges BAG PINTS .

has Jf II'Notice'the T filed S. Alderman IS said following. 1..11.Hereby certlflcaotes leaued 1"".the Given.certificates 8.thereon.holder for that a. U.S.Pot Na. .a ioes. . 10 BAG 59* LARGE FIRM HEADS ge..2 lb. For 391 Green Beans5/$1.

The tax deed rllflcate umbers and ..............-.............. .._..........................., JUICY SUNKISTii'
years of issuancene theroamer
In of the which It wii"asllesseS are a. I I EXTRA 1; I I EXTRA Lemons 11 All Flavors.THRIFTY MAID ICE MILK

f : Tear of dX GREEN STAMPS. .d.-GREEN STAMPS......... ; /49
l25t"Mc t No. 107. : > Mt-I.M.1, <*- MIMM.M W ; . . .
:lae' a ce 1968.peecrlptlon .of Property COM i weaA.E OK CUT OW AWHOt UF 5-tV. PKO W n ........ ; Cello Bag YOUNG CRISP or SUPERBRAND SHERBET or
CALL .. : ( Fresh : ( Ground Beef ;
OF FT FryersGOOD ;
STS.NW RUN CN 211.55' Wll2ib FFTT.FOR : ..:.:: THAU MAY 14 aoOO THRU. MAY 14 / LB ''
POB.Ft.RUN N 18 94.3 Ft.. Ely ;;. #4 ... .... .._. ... Ne ...\,..... .._ ,_ Carrots 2 25'
-155.17 SIV' .28T-9.-8. R. ....-..............".........._ ............ . . BAG
165 Ft. tOo FOB. SEC ................. ........ ....... ............. .... .. .,
"Name E. in which assessed. W. J. EXTRA ': .EXTRAEXTRA.,; n .EXTRA : CRMM

IHlte. :
7.f. 4'11. GREEN
State "-' M STAMPS
Bradford r IW* ,. ..
tamoil MWCM.H M wlfIH MVMM W .. ..
MMM.U W7or
Ii ;;::: .::: -M-Y NYN.W M
ceettflcates .; .."". .?.E .RITt' CAW JOHN.ONWK4UI. .. f
ifni'e's's'iucli: or
certificate: eD. Liauid I Wooflte Till CIA'ener I .**Ol J 4-CT. C* NATIOHSlender
.hall be : ,. .
cording! to.uch law certificate the property or cer.Uflcate. derecrlbed Na 0000 THMU MAY 14 Ne oOO""UM"YI. .. .'."...". Lemon 0000 THRU. PI MAV*da 14 OOOO THHU -'Y'.. ,1NIO

.In hl"5i1'rbatTCthe' to court th! ........n,__..:: :-:'''_:.::. u u. nu...._uu:: -:.' :.::':u..-i.un....._ .:::-::-:.' .,.::':.u_.:- N7 .. .,........ ... ..!.
hlgheethouse Monday "_" "
the first 'Till IJJLJ
month door of on June. un. whlcb. Ie EXTRA : EXTR1 ::r EXTRA: '1i 0 0
In Juno. 196g.thfated I I EXTRA .
of I I
this 11th daY -01 April / AX( GREEN. STAMPS.. .: dx GREEN STAMPS : I I 4'11. GREEN STAMPS I I GREEN STAMPS ;
" .. Wild MWMikMe)<*J sH-rWMMM **Va 19' wt' .
(seAL'Charl88: A. Derby Clurt of'RradfoM Steokette. Pie Shells. + ( Grape Juice LOIN, ....Ie.... INTO HALF
Clerk: of Circuit l.a i i. 0000 TMMU MAY 14 i. : : 0000 THRU. MAY 14 : OOOO TM"U MAY 14 j Pork ChoosOOOO '
FlO ::\\.01.
r N/ _
CoUDt 1.1 4t ,, ... ............. U Na .. ..... .... .;: Na .......,........... / f "S .. TMWU........_MAY,.."1 'i GALS:
..:...........................................-..-...-.-....... .-_..................----------.e--...............'M.......A...f(...... r

May 8, 1969! TELEGRAPH Page 13

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Staff Sergeant John ). Su1l1.an. of the U. S. Navy 7th Fleet Iii'an x, {.,::: :. /{.,, :, .. ; j.: w. j""" "i"i"\ ''''.'>{ 'f'--\h' ? : 'f.. ''Y'i''rM.y: : ,, ;?, *<<::. :: A *,i:.>",-\w,1t.: ,,9" < '
son of Mr. and Mrs. John effort to prevent the Import < ,.. ; };:"., ..': ;:}:, f '> \", ,.(}i '''';;')\e..f':>f;t:... !W i'; -<;?:j"" ''' (1'1;.?>.;>'>:.::4';.:',<.- <:,. "
of men and war materials biea "" :<''''. ''''t:1t': ,:<:#;< .::' '>f ::':, : F' ;'j\i4; { :''':' :0\\h'tVi'/.f") : :; ':>
Sullivan. Nelson's point. Keystone :
'f :' ; ; {
Heights is a member of to enemy forces In South 'f /: ;;<}20.

the 4624th Support Squadron at (Vietnam.

Hancock Field N. Y., that has -
learned the DefenseCommanda CHURCII
Mrs. M. H. Homer SAINTS
; (ADC) "A" Award. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINXS3 Sunday: Bible Study 10 A. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.: MornIng OF LATTER-DAY
has completed Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Sunday School 10 MoraJng .
Heights! CHURCH ajn. ((416 East Call St.)
Sgt. Sullivan la a radar operator and Communion.
Morning Worship Worship 11 a. m.: Evening
28 days: of training In the re Morning Worship 11 a. m. Youth Worship. 11:15.: Sund*/ Priesthood 8:45: ;
.in the 4624th which earnedthe Sunday School. 10 a.m.. Evening Services:
Service. 11 a. m.; Worship 7:30: p. m.; PrayerMeeting
Fellowship. 6 Choir Prae.lice
"fourto .
brUit phase of the Navy's p. Night service 1:30.: Highway. 10:00 Sacrament -
highest ADC unit award for Worship Service. 11 $. m. Sunday School. ;
6:00.Wednesday 7:30 Wednesday
: : p. m.:
!, Wednesday 8 p. m. 125 northwest
active duty of
ten month" pro- Lawtey.ey.II. President
year-long meritorious ser- Evening Service 7 p.m. 11:00: Branch .
fits Worship service 7 -Rev. J. C. Renters pastor.
Robert D. Buroh .
at the Naval Air Reserve Rev. t,. Bennett pastor. 964-6278.
jvice: and operational' effective gram Tuesday Night. Cottage Prayer p. m. Minister Jack P. BeD. Dean Hansen
Unit In Memphis.
Training ,"Unl'.
iTenn. He will :now attend one 'ursday> Night Prayer Me-UJng PINE LEVEL KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
The graduatedin
sergeant was BAPTIST
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH NORTHSIDE SuIld.ay-o:45. : a. m. Sunday
schools at the Sunday School 10 'a. m. :Morning
of the
; 1964 from C. J. Scott High in church 7:3: p.m. CHURCH
Highway 100-A CHURCH School. 1.1:00: a. m. Morning
Worship 11 a. m. Pre-Ber-
School in East Orange N. .1.. Naval Air Technical Youth Service Friday nlgUt vices (Booster Band. Youotr Schedule of service: Sunday Worship. 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training
of Center In Memphis. Upon completion 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10 and Career Academy College 9:45 Morning Wor 7:00 Evening Wor-
he will People and Prayer. Service). 6 .School : a. m. Union : p. m.
the school return
Broadcasting In Milwaukee. He Ivy Luke. Pastor' ,lng Worship 11. Training Union 10:45: m. fTralntaa Un 11 a. m. Evening Wo*
ship. a. aIIJp.
and train p. m. Evening Worship! 7 p. m. .
received .aiLs! L. L. B. degree In to civilian life SMYRNA 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8. Midweek Service. Wednesday ion. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday-7::3U Prayer Services hip 7:30: ,j>. m. Mid-week Prayer
month with arrve MISSIONARYBAPTIST
1969 from LaSalle University one weekend a Wednesday Prayer :Meeting 8 Service. Wednesday 7:30: p.
squadron at a Naval CHURCH 7:30: p. in. E. R. Bowers, :D. :Z>., 7:45.: MidWeek Prayer Service 1st and 3rd Wednesday
School of Law in Chicago. 'p.m. Rev. Virgil Ix>vett. m. Come let us worship together.
7:45 m. Family
Wednesday : p. nlgbt-l:00: ,p. m.
Reserve facility close to 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services :pastor.
His wife. Jean. is the daughter pastor. .
of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. his home. : Sunday School. 10 a. m. .....

Calovlch. Kansas City Kan. Pvt. Richard A. WestfaU. of Preaching. 11 a. m. Training I
(Union: 3:43: : p. ni. Evening Worrhip .
William J. Coleman son of' Starke. has completed eight 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. JORDAN MISSIONARY :i

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Colemanof ,(weeks of basic. training with -Elder A:.O. Flynn pastor BAPTIST MISSIONU. : '; :IIm, :, m:: :::11:@ :, ::,;@:*mmI:::: ::: : NIt):: ::' :
) Starke. was recently promoted .the U. S. Marine Corps at Par. S. 301 North behind Taste : : ::::;:::::: :IW: ': @:: : : :: ::I

rIo Island. S. C. He is now undergoing 11lrMm; II II1111III;
in. Sunday
to Army SpeclalLst-4 while combat training at ST. MARKS! EPISCOr-AU Freez I I
assigned to the 32nd Artillery School. 10 a.m. Worship Ser
Camp Lejeune. N. C. with the
near Tuy Hoa. Vietnam. 2nd Infantry Training Battalion. Sunday services: 8:30: a.m., vice. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer t1 j: and @od bless A4 other t 1 tmmm
Specialist Coleman Is a howitzer Holy Ercharist. 9:45 Church Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. .

: driver In Battery A. 6th Signalman 2nd Class RichardP. School. II: Family Service. -Leroy Olive pastor. ; E. L. JIf m m m m

Battalion. He entered the Army Nichols. TON. son of Mrs. Holy Eucharist. 1st tnd :3rd Griffls. associate pastor. .

In June 1968. completed basic Myrtle Nichols of Starke. Is Sundays: Homing Prayer 2nd I ; ; : This little one is aware of his mother's tender care and responds with love. ; : ; ;:: : : :; I
training at Fort Polk. La.. and serving aboard' the guided mIs- and 4th Sundays. @ .

,was last stationed at Fort Sill. sUe destroyer USS Buchananwith :;;::;; It would be wonderful if all of us showed our love for our Mothers all of the time. ;:;::;;;:::;:::::::;:

Okla.November., before arriving overseas Task Force 71 In the South BAPTIST MADISON CHURCH STREET CHURCh OF GOD .' ::.;:.::.: Even if we have been a little neglectful, we have an opportunity to :.:.:::.;.:;.:::.;:.;:.;:.:.:;.:
jlast China Sea.
His wife Joyce lives on Task Force 71 comprises 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. : :; go all out this Sunday and express to her our love :;; : :j@jj: ; : :;:
:Route 2. Starke.Quartermaster. including Sunday. May 11' Sunday: Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship ::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: =-::
more than 20 ships School 9:45.: Morning Worship.. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. :;:;:;: and appreciation for her goodness to us. The Bible tells us to :;::;:::::::::;::::::

2nd Class four aircraft missile carr.ers.cruisers.! two a heavy guided 11. Youth Choir Practice, 4:30.: I.m. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30p. : ::::::: "Honour thy Father and thy Mother :;:::;:::::::::;:::;: i

Youth Fellowship Supper.; 5:45: : m. Rev. Chester J. SilOll: pe',
Charles W. of Mr.
Ellis son
cruiser. and a number of frigates 6:15 WMU Im tmfmmm
Training 'Union : ; pr tor.
and Fred Ellis of Lake
.Geneva Mrs.is serving! W. aboard the and destroyers. It was Prayer Circle. 7:15.: (Evening ,.' ::;:::: On this special Mother! Day attend church .:;::::::::;::::::::: I

U. S. Coast Guard Cutter Men- !established!notficatlon! immediately of the shooting upon Worship. 7:30.Tuesday : HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH :::;::: and share in celebrating this time ::;;;;:::;::;

dota off the coast of Vietnam.The down of a Navy EC-121 reconnaissance RA meeting 6:30.: (Highway 100 at Theressa) :;::;:: :;;:::::: i
with others. '
Mission Action Group Bible Sunday SChool-lO a. m. :::;:::
ship Ls operating as a unit aircraft by the :;:;:;:
Study Group. 7:30.: MorAlng Worship-11 a. m. '
of the Costal Surveillance Force
enemy over North Korea. Wednesday Prayer Meet Training Union-6:30: p. in. r \:

AnnouncedFor ing. 7:30.: Church Choir Practice. Evening Woi ship.-7:15: p. m. ::
Closed Dates 8:30.: Deacons Meeting 8:30.: Wednesday Night Prayer .Services 111IIII11111111111111lllilillliliililiIlIiiiiililliiilliii! : I

I Camp Blanding LakesThe OA.//Thursday 3:30.FIRST: Sunbeams and Fackhani-7:30: pastor.p. in. Rev Merle : ; : : :::: ilillillllililliliiill1111j": :; : .

. . . . . ...... .. .. .. . . . . .. ,
.Pia'" ': Pond. Lowry Lake end Magnolia ""''i':c ;.::.:;.:.;::.:;.:;.:;.:;.:;.::.::.::.:;.:.::;.::.:;::::':\" ,,;"; T1/i."/':;::::::;:;:;:::::::::::::;:::::;:::::;:::;:::::;:;:::;:::.;:::::::.7.: .Ofmmmmrrmmr .
Camp Handing BAPTIST CHURCh FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD >> : : : : : : : : : : :: : :: : : :':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':': :':':':';': ;t
Management Area was closed Lake. STARKE OF STARKE ; :.
from Monday to Friday tote Magnolia Lake State Park will West W'k1on St. and Raiford : {rt tmt mttr' i

week In the first of several 1 remain open It was: nounced. Sunday School 9:45. Morning Road ...... : : :.ot. "'% ....... .. ....
...... .1' .
:':':' : : '
closed periods announced by the The Commlsstoa urges the Worship at 11: guest speaker Sunday ,School: 10:00: a. m. .II /1'- 'f! 'I.... .;: <'"- :

_ Florida Game ft Fresh Wated cooperation of all fishermen! : in Evangelist Clifton W. Brannon. 11:00: a. In. l'vtornlniV l"Slllp; :.:..;:.:..:.. ; :;.:..; \ .'
: .
Fish Commission .. a result of the interest of their own safety- Traning Union 6:15.: Evening ":00 p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : : ::;:;:: "'Oll \.' m::::: I

National Guard summer field and to Insure the future availability Worship. 7:30: ; Evangelist Cllf. m. Evangelistic Services. :.?: ::::::;::: Till Church I Ii Gods oppolnltd ojtncy In thin n ;:::::: ::::.'................,... '4*" :
training activities. and use of the Blanding ton W. Brannon. Wednesday: 7:00 p.m.. MidWeek 1* ; :;: :gf world lor iptiodlng tht knowlidgt el. UN lovior ; : :

Other closed dates wil be May area. Monday ,staff Prayer Time, Prayer Meeting. <. :::::::t: ( mon ond ol Hit dimond for mon lo mpondto :::::
12-16; June 2-6 9-13. and 23-27; Various National Guard units 9 >am. Beacons Meeting Youth Pastor: T. S. GUleyHUILBRON'N ::;:::: that lovt by ,lo.ln" Ml nujhbor. Without :;:;:

June 30 to July 4; and August will be firing: live ammunitionon Choir Practice 7 pjn. LotUs ::;;:;: thli grounding In 'tht lovt ol God no jovtmmtnl :;::::

11-15 and 1822. nearby air defense 'artillery Moon Group meets at church :::;:;;; or locltty or .oy ol Illi will longxnovirt m;:::::- I:

The area affected by the dotting and mortar firing ranges during : BAPTIST :: ::::::: ( ond tht Iritdomt which wt hold wdtar :::::.'

includes Blue Pond iPerca. I the summer: field training.period. 7:30.Tuesday Stat Prayer Time CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16' N. 11: j: ;;; g will Intvltoblf ptrlih Thtttlort' t.tn : :: ..

I 9 a.m. Helen Masters Group Sunday: School, 9:45: a. In :::: :::::::t.from. o itlflth. point ol vi.w, Oft,ihould lupportlh m' ::." :?,
meets at church at 10. Ida Morning! Worship 11. Training 1::: ::::::: %Church lor tht lakt ol""h. ..U..f tumuli : .;'

none or TAX INS Darby Group home of Mrs.Paul Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service .' ;j; i"f" ond hit family. Btyond. that hootvtr, .
Raymond 2:30. Lorena 7:30: Mld-veek Prayer flerUc -
: ::: i. o>try ptnon ihould. uphold ond. portlcipoU In
:: J
3 : : :
Motloa 1. h.r.br st... that an ,". 29th .., of II.?. 1969 .* la tar, Epperson GrouP. home of Mrs. 7:30.: :::3 ::::::: tho Church bocouw. It (till the truth obout 'Ii. :.1
of atxt of tax aala .rtlfloat. b. .
mt7 Bradford norld. will aoia
3 Junior --Rev. L. Tommy Howe Pastor _
L. N. Pickering,
on tha rollortng Uaorlbot land to too mount du. for t.i.a h.r.lnl : p.m. ,
p r mtf-f mon I lilt, dtalh and dntlny, tho truth which I
.. apoo.lt. tn. ...... toother with .11 ooito of such ..!. -nd "H mt- Choir. Sunbeams: 3:30.: Primary _
; olono will ut him frto lo !II.! child of.1t .
vartiainc.Daurlption GRAHAM BAPTIST o 01 o ;:'i
Choir OA 415.: Ethel Biggs CHURCH c :;:::: .
Group home of Mrs. Earl Searing Sunday SChool. 10 a': m. Morning :;.. .::.:::.::: Cod.CCoLnon. ;:
Worship, 11 m. and*7 : : :t'i: : !! ""l 1otio..fJ; :
.._.Brownies GrouP. home of : .a. p. ,,1' >.
r ::;:::.: l :;:
_..., '
of 'Tax.. of Mrs. Tyler Jones 7:30.: m.- Rev. Fred 'Johns pastor ::. :::::::;. Ad.. ..S.r., :;:

Land Omar mil CortaWIST Wednesday Staff Prayer NEW RIVER BAPTIST ;:;:::::::::;:::::::;::::::::;:::::::;::::;:::;:;:::;::::::::;:::::;::::::::;:::::;::::::;:::::::::::;::::::::::: .:- .,'" .. ., ...f::,._j &
Time. 9 a.m. Sunday \School ,
Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng -
\ Of RAIIBOAD Superintendents Meeting, 6:30: ;
Worship 11 a. m. Training
Lot i Blk< 7 W I Oooloby8k 30.11 Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: Church Untc 7 p. m. Evening Worship,

Block ItII .Wa7s "...q .. ( Choir Practice. 8:15.: 8 p: m. Wednesday night ser .. '::'

Thuraday. Friday Staff vice. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome t _ _ ...
66.66' Blk lit 9 ;;:
Preyer Time a, m .
M 66.66Blk 6 Cltftoo rr.va.ttMarnn 20.7( -!,. L. Parker pastor. :


Sal oC ft 70' w of *w oor St.8teL.k.A.M60'WO'S STARKE Sunday Service: Sunday FAULKNER i

60' To Lak A.. I JO' to sag Damn BoalarMattta a9.!: Sunday Church School 9:45: School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship -

of Blk 2Mi a.m.: Morning Worship 11: 10:45: a. m. Evening Service GULF SERVICEAND SERVICECarl (

I of Blk. 2) c....... ij..i MYF Snack Supper 6; MYF 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service g Ph. 964-7231
BiU Edwards
DtsiLot 7 Ex S 200 Ft Doria Dan_ 11.1CCo. Meetings 6:30: ; Evening Worship Wednesday. 7:15: p. m. Hunt Phone 964-6111

7:30.Monday: -Charles Reese' minister
34 Oor Dbl Lot 7 Bin IOn lire Tru-lng
3.O Llna To Hwy lOa S aOO'" Circle 2, Covered! U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
To FOB EX C 200' Ebrt toon..... ,"1/: Dish Luncheon with Mrs. C. E. BAY1J2SSAPnpT m1BWAT Headlight Adjusting. :j

ZAPS or RAILROAD Hernwall 11 a.m.: Jr. Girl D CItmtCB -..- Trailer Brake Service f.

I 15' Lot 6 I 3.* Lot 7 9 Chi, Harla/ '.8) Scouts, 3:15: ;' Methodist Men's Sunday School 19 *.I!%. Preaching Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and :
Club Covered Dish 7 .
Supper ; '
Wi*, Lot lOA Jo>.. I 3pallHtnill. 9.'t: : : Services' ra\ 11. TrainlntjIJnion ;' Minor Tune-Ups Alignment ;
Annual Church Conference
8 p.m. Even Benke.'I. .
Lot. B.9.10,11.'. 12 BIle 1)Col Mao Joln.on I
letS > U.2C 7:30.: >. Midweek Prayer Meetto*. 1011 N. Temple Avenue M_' _.. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
TuesdayCIrcles 4, and 5. 10 --
Wednesday. 7:30.: Everyone wel.eome. -
long H.W Bdry Cor Lot Lot 15 15 ttn 200'HIT to A-FOB a.m.; Jr Girl Scouts 3:15: ; Wes- Rev. George B. Coo PHONE 964-5899 An Minor Repairs ;
ill, on bdr7 62.7)' leyan Service Guild 7:30.:
:' "
Si, CT; I Idry Lot J12.g weOpator.HAAIPTON. WRECKER SERVICE "Temple Starke
and 617 -
ii 165' Co 'OB .10".. I... Wnlkor 5.0Lot Wednesday Circles 1. 3. :
10 a.m.: Younger Children's STARKE BUILDERS .
2 BIll 16 ,
Harry KlttlooHid 1.60
Choir Rehearsal 3 p.m.; Prayer / CHRISTIAN; Hlway 301 and 100
Coo Stf. Cor Lot 17 lun N Jot Meeting and Bible Study 7:30.: CHURCH j: SUPPLIES Inc. LAWSON
160' Par Bag. Bin II 30' S 100 ,
a )e4' W 100' To Bit st.t. Ho... Thursdaychancel Choir Rehearsal Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-
Ino 20.<5 7:45: p.m. ing Worship at 11: Evening L Featuring Ace Hardware 410 S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKETAND J

B.| tn COT, N 1)0' Lot ]5 a 50' Saturday Older Children' Worship 7:30.: Rev. Carl ::: Complete Paint Snpplle
ro Ba. I 50* B '0' 50' Tot
h Hid Stats Ho... Choir Rehearsal 11 a.m.Rev.. Clarke pastor. and Sporting Good COLD STORAGEWe f
tao 17.90 D. T. Farabee Pastor.HOMECOMING. .
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHHAMPTON ; "Check With Us First" BRAD SALES Specialize In Custom Slaughtering i
)0 of W 150' of w\ Ilk Mid! 3tMto 110... : DAD &
Ins 2.20 Cutting and Wrapping-
Sunday School 10 Morn. 219 Washington St. 964-5270 .
Con m Cor At Port lot 18 I Of a. m. Ii MODULAR HOMES24Ft. Prepared for Deep Freeae
Or, St 3 21e1 S 2KO' II 27"' M 60* AT HOPE BAPTIST ing Worship' at 11. Training :
3 91<.5 W 60' '.' 120 to B.. w. o.Mr. lanai 5.80 The-
Church at
Hope Baptist Union. 6:30.: Wednesday night ; WHOLESALEPhone

:>.( 200' I of NW Cor Lot 10 I ressa will observe Its annual Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed !:. Wide
200' S 100' \* 200' 1
HlOO To Bo M J OwiKU.rThoa 0.5w WJLOI1DA
Homecoming: (Day on Sunday,' by choir practice. Starke Nursing 964-7059 j

55' tot 26 a lot 26* ... Ball 1?."5 ,May 11, starting with Sunday Home service 2:45: p. m. ;; Also 12Ft. Wide

tot 27Pom 'T J Ald...... 1.60 School at 10 a.m., and Morning -Rev. Melvin Hams! pastor. I PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD 1
Worship 11. During the morning ::::' HOMES
3* Cor Lot 21 Bin I 721' I MOBILE
?""< for, B.. eo' ii )O' Noojfl worship .service corsages CALVARY BAPTIST! .;'.:j 1ONTIOL
:' yCam/' Bonny Mario Sunday School 10 MornIng & I
BoeoroonMario ,."0 will be presented to the youngest a. m. : Campers and TrareltraUers) COUNTY
mother present ;the oldest mother Worship 11 a. m. Training

tfpr .SW.325 Keto1 and the mother with the Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser :.::;: '1tCAt Keystone Heightsand TELEGRAPHOFFICE I

an' to B*< Inp most children present. Dinner vice 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wed- :

BotoroonColla 3.90 will be served on the grounds nesch\)'. 7:30: p. m -Rev. R. H. I 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 SUPPLIES j
Co. 34 Car Blk 21 I 7Z1' I at nocn.. Butler pualor.DEDAN ,:.
I)?' fbT lag I 80' I 107'
M.80' 107T To >.< DuaoMi 1"..55a. The pastor Rev. Merle Pack- Phone 964-5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERS

+5yw4; of i }))' lot A Alb .;.... Bvll- ham says the "welcome mat" BAPTIST CHURCH ADDING MACHINES j
d.ra .70 'Is out to all who will come and BROOKER Inspections and Estimates BRADFORDABSTRACT

t tot MW Cor Lat 12 lit'p share in these! services. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning
3 On a. 257' BIB on VPP
10U Ban Alms II 'T 1.. 12.30 Worship. 11 a. m. Training CO. EDWARDS !
frIofIlH4 HoW1SO'eI Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser WILLIAMSJEWELRY .

'Q( Den,. BtranfB4var4 7.tj .:-' vice. 7:30.-Rev.: Lacy Conway, .
= and Market
: Grocery
I 111 .&010. lot It] Jona. '.'5 : ,.ator. Better Service For Your

S m Bt Cor Blk 51 Bim I 300'or e. Groceries Meats Feed
B*. w tOOt II m.lt t C Airpark BaptUi Church Title Problem.

too' B 272,22 T. lag MblHha Will. .... :'\ -D Sunday School 9:45: ajn.: Morning Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL
i. 15to
O.B.&I.. Worship. 11:00: ajn.: EvenIng Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts

for 9o. .I...Cor. M 100'Lot J2 t I 70'571.U'I 10O I and the Father are one.- Worship. 7:00: p.m.: Wed] BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys Edwards

I 70' To ).. tatttMr* will- (John 10:30). Prayer' Meeting and Bible Study. Title Insurance
laaattott4 1".90 alive 7:00: p.m. Study on Book of 142 W: Call St. Starke U. S. 301 South Stark

tea) InS M n... ..4 nf B/K God is life and we are Paalms. Nathan I.. Modlln 158 W. Can Ph. 964-68S1
U '.. T. U 105 for ... with His Life. His life is our Phone 984-7064 PHONE 964-5312
MOV B On B I."' Ml 57 PMtor. Everyone: Welcome.
*t> Ji *.* la U 10$' M 'X* life so we shine forth in renewed -
la.. OB 14.1.
Lot 9 0..>. Goa is power. The very powerto Hlgbway.j55 'Nc2r11LaW1ey. \
5. lID Baaj Bram 2*.355A be and to do all that we are Sunday, School. 10- ajn. .Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties Helping Oar Members Live Better

capable of being MprntnB-.Wor.Wp.> 11:15. Suo..
M J/M ':* Ih4 B4dlai day Night Service Eloetrkanyf KsysioM Heights-Phone 471.11J
*A ODU.BCTOB :30.-Rev.: ,
and doing has been given us. ), -
oit, L..
.t La..q Bennett ...tor.

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Pitt: Out Kr. ............... OPEN
At Hailbronn ALL DAY WEDNESDAY .............. ...'

:Fire destroyed.; garage .and n
an automobile housed In the
building at BUt Re ctI h'. Storeat

Hellbronn Spring list 9atur __ THIS schedule SA VF
will ti"
day atternoon. The Lawtejr! '- be repeated three
Volunteer :Fire Department was during; the next 15 weeks .

called to the voene and managed f/ReT/' .,
\ I
to keep the fire from praufring 7' DESSERT DISH wn K DINNER PLATE P.. yrkr '
I OOC 29 wnh" we rY ..
C :
to the store about 20 feet '; f J Purchase
"co N Li .4
from the burned garage. WEt K ) DESSERT DISH ". --
4 69 o 29 with" im
The Florida Forest Senrlc ( r E3 purChee.
cent a. truck to the scene M did THIPO WIIK COFFEE CUP "I; --- 1
the Volunteer Fire Department B90 F 9C9)purchui'r
from Providence,but the Ltvwtar .n.p ''' / ? 1'0 U UH.. -
crew already bad the fire out )( 'M1 wllh..cls .. WUK SAUCEr s fi9CP. 29c 97 nh every
by the time the others arrived. $3 purchau* WIU FIFTH, Bread* Butter purcnese' hL) /
This wa the second call aD"" t a rFC''' "s. PLATE ee9o' 29c wnh every,
awered by the Lawtey volunteers Each week a piece of distinctive Granada dinnerware The above Spurcnase'
since they received their J t will be featured for just 29(. For each $3 In grocery prices I malhwl" be sold at these special
truck; eeveral weeks ago. The s ; 1' ) purchases )you are entitled to one piece at this low oOnly they aneatured' .
price. There's: no limit with a $6 purchase you can .E.cIUellnst.b.cco.,
first call was to extlngulato a liquor end liquid S
2 d'1f .
r. get pieces. and so on. P'oduc'e.'I..dlnl' aD
brusli lire at Iwtey that bad tobacco liquor and liquid dairy poclucti. STOa
gotten out of control.
The Lawtey Department: meets

every Tuesday might at 8 o'clockIn : Of.BLUf,WHITI or COLD WATER ARRO\rV..llmlt\ Detergent of choice, or moro purchase excluding clgarett
the City Hall and anyone FOLGER'S
Interested in becoming'' a member
la Invited to attend. DETERGENT : : 49


CITY Or STARKK.! FLORIDA Of.AJAX..Limit 1 choice w/$3.OO or moro purchase excluding cigarettes
:A* provided by Chapter 20728, DETERGENT
Act of 1941 notice I la given. that
tangible personal. property. . .
taxes assesaed for the year 1968
are now delinquent and begin.
nine April 1, 1969 such taxes Qta..llmlt 1 w/$3.OO or moro purchase oxcludlng cigarettes1lb.
are drawing Interest. of ,one 1-LB.
percent tionate} per cost mouth of publishing plus propor.the *

opposite notice. unless. each the name amount below. are set MAZOLA OIL I 59

paid D. 1969 before warrants the 8th will of be June issued A. Limit I Coffee of Your Choice' with$5.00 or . .

therein directing the. levy upon JO-OB.OIL MONTI S.ox. DEL MONTE TOMATO
the seizure of tangible personal. SUMRBItAND SOT
property unpaid taxes of the penalties tax payer. and ad.for CATSUP 3/$1. SAUCE 8/l.
dulonal coats. The names of de. . . .
llnquent personal property taxpayers MAR GAR I N E 3/$1.
.. and the amount of the No.'. /. Can DEL MONTE SLICED OR HALVES YC ...302 Can DEL MONTE STEWED
taxes Including the cost of ad.
vertlslnc and the penalties are .
.. follow: PEACHES..3/l. TOMATOES 5/$1.
Bells Oarage 2.88
Brooks Fish Market SIT S-Plc.12-ox.No Return BoMlet FISCHER'S

Francis Gay's A.City Johnson,Fish'Home Jenkins.&.Repair Meat Appliance& Bon Florist Mkt.Co.Oroc. 27 81.39 85 2.08 2,,.65 08 29OourtShoe ALE or BEER 79 c 303 Con RTiir..LAij7$1. Medium EGGS 2 DOZ. 85

L.J' Kite 89.54
Longhorn Rest. 11.35M.
G. McMllllan 12.IX ....
Reddish 5.94 t. TROPICAL GRAPE
Shell! \ Service Station 15,98 *
Felix Sullivan 7.09 BABY FOOD. 9 JELLy.
Sunoco Texans Station Service Station 15 7.01,21 U.S.D.A. GR. "A" QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND BROAD BREASTED . . . 3/$1

Unity ladle Cafe William- 3.08 1.33 BABY FOOD..10* DRESSING 39'''

TURKEYS Tu: ? 39 .

MIX..4$11orPICKLES. 3$1BACON..lb.591

B. GHAMES. Deceased. . .
PERSONS .HAVING .CLAIMS Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good'All Week
OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID Thursday Thru Wednesday May 8-14

I..If toy You notified and each to present of you any are claims(here--wl'-re: .; Cheese Food 65 USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS FULL CUT

and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against SUPERBRAND COTTAGE

AMES.the estate deceased of LILLIAN, late .of B. GH said Cheese. .2 59*

County, to the County Judge of cup
Bradford County,(Florida, at Ma STEAK
office In the court house of I-os. KRAFT'S SHARP,SWISS OR N.Y.SHARP ROUND
said County at Starke. Florida. *
within six calendar months. Stick Cheese 57
from the time of the first publication
of this notice. Two cops
les of each claim or demand
shall be in writing and shall LB
state the place of residence and Pork R oast..LB.69'FRESH
postofflce address of the claimant
'and shall :be sworn to by .DA'.OOC.W..H.'O.H. -

the filing claimant fee and of one accompanied his dollar agent and or by.such attorney :a Pork Steak..69* Pot Roast. 69' Beef Stew 39

claim or demand not en filed . LB.


Robert SRobert:F.of the F.GhamesJr.Chames.Estate of Administrator Lillian Jr. Fish Fillets LB 49< Chuck Steak 79* Beef Stew $99

B. Ghames deceased.: . .
444 4t 5-15 12-01. Pkg. TASTE O'SEA USDA BRAND

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Fish Cakes 3/$1. Strip Steak $169 Gr. Beef 3 LIS. $159

Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, under the provisions FLORIDA WHITE or YELLOW FROZEN FOOD SAVINGS
of Chapter 20,953 Laws
of Florida.. Act: of 1941. will
register with the Clerk .of the B-o.MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF OR TURKEY
Circuit Court In and for Bradford
County Florida upon receipt Meat Pies 4/88
of proof of publication of
this notice the fictitious nameof
Watson Egg Farm under Quarts BIRDSSTI
which we are engaged in business EARS

at Graham Florida. Cool 2l.TASTE
Mario and Enes Canvpanella .
Graham, Florida! owraett.
Dated this 21st day of AprilA. O'SEA
D. 1969 at Starlce. Bradford
County. Florida.24 4t 513e FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT Oft SWEET J.CY.,

5 49* Strawberries. 3 $1. Dinners..3/$1.
ApplleatJoa Fey T.* Oranges BAG PINTS .
See. 1M.19. *. ...,,

has rf tr Notice the T.filed J. Alderman.is said following Hereby certlflcatea.au..d; the.certificate, thereon.holder for a Potatoes. . 10 :BAS: 59* ge..2 I Ib. For 391 Green Beans5/l
The tax deed certificate to numbers. and ............................... .............................. JUICY SUNKIST
of is.uanC. the dee rnamu
of the property..and......d are N EXTRA : EXTRA : MILK
In which It was ?' I Flavors,THRIFTY MAID ICE
Lemons 1 11
fc a r d7l. GREEN STAMPS .d7...(.GREEN.. STAMPS 1/49or
0la. .. ..
} 3llflcate No. 107. Tear : IfH M. WM I CO.'OH.Ml**M 1961.Descriptlen il' OK. A SUPERBRAND SHERBET or
a c. of Property COM : WHOLV om CUT UP 6 LRraa w n.U"O i Cello lag YOUNG CRISP
COR Ol" CALL'" BAY ( Fresh Fryers ( Ground Beef
STSOR at NW RUN N 211 55' W1l2 4 FT.. : : 'I. OOOD THHU ....v 14 j.: '.. OOOO THWU MAY 14 1 LB .
F POB' RUN. ,N 18 94 Ft.31. Ely ; 114 ... Pe ._.. Carrots 2 BAG 25

.15S Ft.6to. WS. 81.SEC-28T-8-B. R. ...................M'W.'M'............ ......_............'..' .'...''.....)................ ........................................................,

Studstill.33B.Name in .which assessed being. I W.is I J. I 171 :; I I I : ICE CREAMMlMN

the All County of add of property Bradord State :. GR-j!! ; : : : I : i
I ;
of Florida 01' certiflcates ,I'., : 14-, : I 4-CT. RnA C..NATIONSlender i,
Unites such SD. 1 Llauid Wool'te' T.C. : 14-,' ROa/LI OR j
.hall be redeemed tU It "an" OlJ PlPdeat d;( I
to law the property Seacrlbed a 0000 THRU MAY I* 1 J""'. OOOO THRU MAY 14 ,Hn'n 14 :
cording aOOD
01'eel' #e "'Y'' ooo THltU t4 iti: :

hlghe.thouse In auwlll bidder bei st soold the Monday to court.thetlficatee ..... ......_..".'M...'w..,................. ...........P.C........_...'M......,.............. ,: .........fI./0 .r'0".'M.. .,MAV....... .1 _.".y..............,......_............ 1:

got ?.,the., 1989 first which M ;! ; 0 0
EXTR1 .1n. EXTR/4 !
of June. 1969. I I I I EXTRA
: t h Dated this nth day -of A.pr' IfN IMVW.M.. i.M'lll Mi*(VMW.M. WBI 171 GREEN STAMPS, ? .I .JfM......GREEN..-.-STAMPS-........... ;1 ...._GREEN......_STAMPS_MlMN-*_ ;:
19.9. >K W O CMOPPCO ,
1 : S'Prt.' ".T.'Z : six a.or. ACTOR OMC OTX. SMOKCO ; 2
(SEALChart.a A. Court or Beef Sreaketre. 1(1 Pie Shells. Grope Juice 1 LOIN' ILICRO INTO : HALF
of Circuit OOOO THHU NAY 14 i N Pork ChODS
Clerk I 14 ;
? OOOO THRU MAY 14 0000 TNltU MAV :
'13rad1oM Count' "lo l.t 41r 1.1t (#t ......".........,. 'I. I #2'.. _..__..... # .. .......,. Z:: "5 OOOO.......THRU.._MAVJ4... C GALS:
a. :.:......................i:...............N............. ..t.: ...............M'M.......'........................._...''M....'...#.:....I I ..

May 8, 1969 TELEGRAPH Page 13Lawtey'oILlnteer

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HOTICE' Of TAX SAL 1787--E* of swt. of Sit 28 5 22 20 Boy II uri Ute 38.56.

2671__CoWjre-s-w-cor of NWt ef awt
Notlo In hereby given that on the 29th: day of Hay, 1969 nt Starke, 1793-7--Com SW Cor of NWi. of Run B 710 Ft to FOB. N 300 Ft, 4293--Beg M S3 Cor of 1-A 886 In
.Munt or Bradford "atatej of Florida, tax ela o.rllltlo.nl b* MIA awt or awt s 644. to c/L B 50 Ft, S 300 Ft, M 50 Ft To 8W Oar of lit or NWt of N

on th. following described they with.)' tho amowit due for tax** alls Or Bd, N on D/L 469. W 15' FOB 22 6 22 1 LUTenla J..... ""."! 150' to FOB, M 210. N 60', 6 22 William Simmon 6. );
.., conceit. th* *am. *, IIo* nil coat of such .al. nnd .dvertlBins. on W R/W for FOB, N 210'. i 210', 8 60 To FOB 32

N 9 Deg 55" B 210. 8 80 *67a--Com At W Cer of NWt/ of awt
Deg E 210. 8 13 Deg 28" Run B 51O Ft For POD, N 200 Ft." -, 4296--t A In SB Cow of 189 A In 6 22 Alii Whit. 50.0
D..oriptton Amount" ot W 161 ', I 0' to 108 4. lilt B 30 Ft, 8 200 Ft', W 50 Ft To aw cor of a* or Nwt or sat 32
or Tn. ot NNj ot I.; a. 84 Dr Nt at FOB 22 6 22 Lott .aa
Lend Ilea Twp Ra. Ao Owe P and Costs ot NW$ ot 9l a. Nllt ot swt atswt Bet. ..,1 )0" 02 97--11A Lying N 4. W of Hwy 301
28' U )1 Donald B..n.I: )8.U I Bid II By Ch..I1., II 87 Meok 6 22 Jeaal Oran
",-O--st t I '/4 ot 't) or IIWt A. lilt otS 2679--Corn. All IIW 001'' ot NIf t of aw} II IIY "oC.tolln, 1"1/ Hwy 32 Brown 00.13.
+ ot swt at h 3t. pa. 180'-A--Loll ::13. 3 4 t. N+ ot Loll Bun 1..60.. PL, N 1)0 Pt I 50 1'1
S-2)5 D.., 01 71-529.)0 )6 5 20 )9.50A. O. WhU.h.d 61.50 47 A. All Lot 48 6. It ot Loll 1e9 19 5 22 40 Don.ld P a..n.I: 61.8.. Par' 1'08 N 20& I't I 50 I't. S
200 Pt. W 30 I't To POD 22 6 22 0.-U n. SIotth 6.3) 4297.51--Coe NW Cor at Nit ot Nut
14--I 451 in NW Cop at I4 ot IWt ot Io/t uni"d 111.. 1807--Loll 59 in Woodl Awn II1r Loll or list a 210' POB& a. 100'. I
Ii oZ Rd ) A W .t .eI 5 Ira II" 1 6 20 2 plnenoe Co. Ino. 92.08 100' SW B.inll '0' II ot as Coy 29 5 21& 10 Ploys King 81.69 *680--II.s At Sa CoP ot IIlIt of ao/t 160',t 100'. POD, Al"oA
Run I Along t a.o Line ,60 R. Col Cor of Above Poroel POD
,08--Slt ot Nit 6 20 40 IUn Wtleon I",. 20.59 1816--Lot 10 611. N Or Rd 4. Loto gar POD. N toO Pt. 1'0 Pt I B 10' '1'0 Wly R/" al Rd 200, a
27 A 6 of Lot 24 A All Lot.21478I 200 Pta : 11.0 Along t "8 ;To0Hip Ddrryyof
/* ot awt ot $4.t e. I A In as Cor SO..th.m OU 2 6,27,34,39: Woonawnof )0 5 22 70 Harold X Norman 46)16 B. Lin o3a Pt. 'ToiPOBN 22 6 22 L.Yj/ Lonnon 288 I 61. Dug Nn75' .. Simmon. 60.72
Soat/ ..t 11II ./W 8 7 20 12 .. ChOllio..l CO. 7 6.10 .err 1 D 14'' M4 To POD'

1B2WOOdl.wn46,47 A. N1 at Lot 51 8661.-Cam 460 1'tI I t. 1)0 Ft. N ot
76--st ot 8W2 ot N'S a. NWt ot swt 15 7 20 60 H. H. Mott 91.8 )0 5 U 25 Betty Marie ao// CoP of Nut or ao/t/ A. POD "298--liSt ot Nut of IlK PuO
Croft 1).29 h A.t Pt N 200 Sold sa RloBX/ Ps88" ..
6 22 0 Bertha: Oreen Bat 17.07
)90--li St ot sat sa t 6A Car or N It orSISI W ; Pt. : go" Pt To POD 22 6 22 Joe H."OD 4.52 Bk 2'1' PD )86 32
6 1St ot lilt" 8)/4 or ao/t/ 1831-A--Bx in S.. 001'' ot Lot )8Dr
Nit A N..t. ot allt LYINO lof N 115' For' POB. S 100'. N 100'. t70.-Co.. A' NW Cor at ao/t/ of swt "299--SK} at Nut ot SBt I Sx< par' ,0 Berth Oreen Bat 16.0
ro Or lid 6-A A sa I/w 16 7 20 78 H. H. 'AU 227.9 W 100'. S 100' '1'0 POB 315 U "id St.te In- A Run I 610 Pt. S 110 I't For' SOld IX 011 4.. I'll 7) 32 6 29:

vetmen: Corp. 72.9 POD. Run W SO Ft, a 100 n, I
"00-8--Lot.l d. 2 or Sllr .4 ot Cort- SO I't. N 100 PO TO POD 22 6 22 H L Hartley: 633 )21-B--un Diy Inl In w1. of Loll loom. Park 6.07
lotto sID UnU 1 Au"u" Morrero' 7.02 1840-A--1-A Sq In NW Coy of Lot ) of Bllr .4 of Linooln Ctt)"

54. In Woodlown )1' 22 1 Rousing ,...- tn2--Co... at:
"08--IIwt of NWt sa 1 A N of R.1r sa R/W 17 7 20 )8 SO..th.m Oilo. .. COrp. 68.11 252' ForoPOB' 8N226.02'. 35)-0\--1.0' 6 or B1Ic 1) 1n Un"to. Bmm. Ullllrai. 7.02
A Chen a 1).18 Wl1/ "0'. N 22.91 I.40' 1'0' POD 22 6 22 B M".1''.h.11 U".J'_ "'". ooln City
18'0--Lot 21 in odlown )2 5 22 10 Paul L C..n
412.-N8 ot Lot 1 tr I 10 A W ottjf 18 7 20 18 : ford Jr. 35.)7 t'Pl8--1 Lot in al Car ot LA of Nit ")91--W )00' at It at ast ot HSt*
.. .oe11CO. )'.)7 t B.ins 100' N B. a 8y '0' sa Rlw A IX Par ln Nif Coy 150' R 16.12Chnrles
188)-A--B. .c Sf Cor Lot in ...,- ;t..S. N 226 22 Mid State Ro..... /iqInD. )) 6 22 L Hartley

86--Co. 128'0or/ S. Our at S..t. ot Run H 10". 110"'. 8NW2 6. .
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worthy 9.1 of swt Run II 6so Pt to Rd 200.

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210'. a 210' '1'0 POD 27 6 22 Bro..._. Akrldge' 68,71 34 6 22 hobert F Bates 79.11
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--Lot tilt 2
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1II.19--Co.., 360
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26 22 Manning Col man 12.69
5 1 'rAnoo. Jenkins 76.02 59.85

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176)--. or r.s; .t 84'; of 8f! b 29'. N 35 Crystal
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-- ) or oft *.
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SIt 26 5 22 Dilly 0..". .18 67.5: W "10'. N 210' To Beg )2 6 22 Depir. Concrete CoIn Dorothy KSohoanlth
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los' N
253--Co..c SS Cor of = 105', I 303' To POD
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in r 0ot Swt ;
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1785-A wl of Sit of XWt. of SWt/ 1st.Levy 9." Albert A Clerk 68.11 Housing Corp Samoa. 7."

Ex Lot 200' E W ly 327' NPage )9J--All BX of
2670 Lot 26 of bits 2 Hat ''12--Co. At NS Cop of NWt of '' NEt Nit
A I 28 5 22 3t In Will.Isms lit .e 'Add J 8 22 600 Dorothy
SO Lennon ,0,4 4 Bun a 840 Ft W 280 Ft For A ( ; K
Sober ,t trier 8.12 POD Then, Bun 3 210 Ft W 21O FtM r 339"-All ,* 8 22 r.SthytIC l68.4t
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TELEGRAPH May 8 IMS 210 Ft B 210 Ft To FOB 32 6 22 Frank Chandler' 29.01 Do Sohoenlth, 606.2)

ontlnued, on next. page)

'" ."-' '' ,' ,' " .. .

.. Rev. L. A. San-ram pastor. Sims Smith, Mrs. Audrey Mae Olb-

day School 10 ajn. Morning eon and Mrs. Coriene Butler

THERESSA LAWTEY' News About Worship at 11 with tl.e youthIn all of Starke; Mrs. Rosebud Wilson sal ADDING UAClDNllS.: MM.
or elcetrto. ,., tattle
A WINNER charge of Mother's Day pro* of Easton Pa.; and Mrs. rent. Add eft
B er Mlea By Eou Blanoltaxd Colored Citizens gram Honorary program forall >, Drucllla Sterling of New Haven. Bradford County, credit Ttle kolanecv -

Phone 4734513 mothers, young and old, at Conn.; one son. William) Wyatt craP'
------ - - - -
.4 p.m. with Mrs. Yvonne Long Parker of Gainesville: 13
08 .
FDB l II Church Announcement RECREATION NEWS as speaker. grandchildren 22 great-grand
THE Baseball practice is being held- OBITUARYMrs. children and 12 great-great
CHAMPIQHS Hope Baptist Church Grace United- Sunday School
? 9:45 Monday Tuesday and Thursday'at Ella Parker a residentof grandchildren.
: ; Worship 11
Sunday School 10 a.m.: Morn- a.m. and
OF THE TWP! ing Worship. 11: Training 8 pjn., Choir practice and MYP 4 p.m. for boys age 9-16. Starke since 1897, passed Funeral services will be held
Softball practice for girls 9-16 2 in Bradford County' TypewritersFor
Union, 6:30: p.m.; Evening Wor- Wednesday 7 p.m. away May at 2 pjn. Saturday la. Greater
will be held each Wednesdayat born In Citra
Hospital was
V ship, 7:15: ; Wednesday evening First Baptist Sunday School Allen Chapel AME Church with
.. the Reno Recreation Playground on March 29, 1878, and! was
THE Prayer Service. 7:30.: with choir 9:43: a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and Rev. L. A Sampson officiating. Sale Rent
68 Baseball season officially member of Greater Allen or
by fn.>m.**rs ol Johnton tndCiinrud practice afterward. 7:30: pm.. Training Union 6:30.: a Interment;! will be in the Odd
Saturday. May 10. Church. At The Telegraph
opens Chapel AME
Outboard Midweek Fellows
with Chestnut
Motor* Hope Church's pastor. Rev. meetings: Wednesday Cemetery
7:30: at 4 p.m. Surviving are six daughters At Halle
Merle Packham is conducting p.m.Church In charge.
All Interested citizens and! Mrs Sallie Williams (Mrs. Helen
Revival Services at Beulah Bap- of God Sunday ,
parents are invited to cooperate -
tist Church May 511. Services School 10 a-m.. Worship 11 a.m.

LAWN-BOY begin at 7:30: p.m. and 7:30: p.m.; YPE Wednesday' with Director Jackson In.

Homecoming May 11Mother's 7:30: Highland p.m. Baptist Sunday Improving SCHOOL NEWS the activities. GAINESVILLE Business Directory I IAir

Day Sunday May It School 9:45: a.m.. Worship 11 The Senior play, a three-act

-will be Homecoming! Day at a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Choir comedy "The Magic Touch,"

Hope Baptist Church. The usual tice prac- will be presented May IS at 7:30:

SEE THE large number of past and present Wednesday 6:30: p.m.7:30: Prayer p.m. meeting p.m. la the school cafeteria. Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES

Hope Church members We Don't miss this fun-filled enter Equipment
are pleased to note that
many of them whom now live talnment. Air Conditioning MUSTANG

CHAMPIONLINEUP / In other places and visitors In Joe Starling who has been CARNATION SOCIAL Heating By: Santa Fe Tractor
Bradford County Hospital for Mobile Homes Inc.
will gather again this year to several days. is Improving. AND \SAVINGS CLUB General FORD ,

enjoy the good fellowship and The Carnation Social and Savings
Recent visitors of Mrs. C. R. Russ's Sheet Metal. Inc. Farm Tractor Implements Gainesville's Discount Mobil
covered dish dinner the Club will celebrate its 18th
on Crews were Mr. and Mrs H. C, G lne vllle -2520 N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENTSALES Home Sale Lot.
church grounds. At the morning anniversary at 3:30: p.m. Sunday 376-8282 PART SERVICE
Crews and family of Clearwater Tel. CAPEIAA
service, gilt corsages will be May 11, at New Bethel Baptist "" -
over the weekend. On Friday
presented to the oldest mother Church. The public is invited AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOODLow
they were all dinner guests
19" DELUXE and the youngest mother pre to hear the speaker, Mrs. Monthly Payment

sent, as well; as to thsAnother of Mr.in Jacksonville and !Mrs. Tommy Clayton T. West, a teacher at the Vo- BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Fan's. Inc. 4820 N. W, 13th 378-1344

with the most children who are Tech Center.
wllh all me Mrs. Pearl Booker of Delanct
features OLDSMOBttE
spent last week with Mrs. George SALES .* SERVICE
for FINaER TIP persons Interested In Improving Insecticides Pet SupplierFERTILIZERS
6-po.ItIo", Roberts and they visited Mr. Fine Selection of Used Can
MOWING EASE I helghtefCut. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. JamesD. and Mrs. Monso Tatum and themselves are Invitedto Taken On Cadillac Trade YA A BMW

Phillips Thursday were Mrs. family in New Smyrna Beach take advantage of the n'lghtclasseS 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 We Rent Fertiliser Spreaders

Phillips' uncie in the various centers: 224 N.W. Mb Ph. J78-047 PaHSa
S and aunt, Mr. the latter part of the week. -

5-petition and''. and Mrs. Harry Jeter of Haw Miss Elizabeth Terry has returned In the county. Classes are open CRANE Salei Parts -Service
/ with thorne. to all ages now and it is hoped MATERNITY WEAR
from a week's visit with 615 W. University 378-2811
Mlty' that more adults will take advantage
Mr and Mrs. Merle PackhamJr. Mr. and Mrs.
John Wyrick In
8OY loch of them. Authorized Sale, .* Service FOR MOTHERSTOBEA
for of Salt Springs spent Friday Tallahassee. MUSICBALDWIN
CHURCH NEWS 2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373
storaf. night and Saturday with his Mr. and Mrs. Htfbbard< Harleyof FULL LINE OF

Pr-str.*.*d parents, Rev. and Mrs. Merle Bushnell spent the weekend: The Angels of Mercy and Crane ImportsVolvo Lingerie Dresses Slacks
Evangelist Helen Telfalr will
carbon .t... Packham with their family here. MG Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing SUits

blad with Vtsitlng Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon E. Olin appear at First Born Church, 606 E. University PIANOS- ORGAN.
stabilizer.Here's of the Living God 11 EXPECTANTLYYOURS
on May
Childs Sunday was her daughter left Tuesday to visit their son. Phone 372-4251 CHOtCI Of TMI ARTISTS
at 8 Everyone Is invitedto
Mrs. Marie of Dr Keith M. Olln, and family INC.
enjoy this gospel music. Services .iham
Gainesville.Mr. In :lemngton! N. J.. and their Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA .
STARTSAS for the week: Tuesday
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan son, John M. Olin architectfor 7 night Prayer Service. Friday
of Palatka visited his'. parents' Agway Farm Co-op in Syracuse Q'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372-5353
LOW AS night TarryingServices.. Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan N. Y. They will also visit Mechanical CONTRACTOR
day School, 10 a.m. Morning and
4 wheel drive oar
and their: son Percy Jr. relatives and friends in Goshen
Worship at 11. Evening Service Sales Pkts Service MOVERSLong
a frisky budget-priced Lawn- and family Sunday. and Central New York area.
7:30.: Visitors always welcome. Clean Used Toyotas K. E. Ent. Inc.
Boy, featuring the top-of-the line Lawn- $7995 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Phillips Their son. Mark, who Is in Ala Greater Bethlehem Free Will 1700 N, Main 376-1268 Hyde Distance MovingStorage
Boy engine! Variable speed throttle. bama, expects to join them fora
visited their and
son daughter- Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper Thompson'. Refrigeration Packing
Grass short
bag available'JOHNSON! visit They intend to

? return
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips
within Williams pastor. Monday night. Service Crating Shipping
a month. Beauty Academy
at Middleburg Thursday. Choir!. No. 3 rehearsal.' Tuesday Healing Air Conditioning Free Estimates CallHILL'S
Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Dobbs
Saturday visitors of Mr. and night Choir No. 1 rehearsal.! i. Repair. on White Appliance
and children
have POWELL'SLearn
& Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and from returned Wednesday night Prayer Meet- Industrial Combustion Service

FARIS, Inc. Rusty were her aunt and uncle. Lebanon vacationing, Va. with relativesin Ing. Thursday nIght Ladles Cir Beauty Academy, Boller Room Sale! A. Service Van Service Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Strickland cle. Friday night Prayer Band. ,
3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville
224 X>\ 8th Ave. Phone 372.3681GAINESVILLE of Belle Glade. On Sunday the Mr. and Mrs. George Tribe Sunday School, 9 a.m. Morning a Profession In Your Telephone 372-2162 3540 N.E. Waldo *4. O'vllls

Sullivan Jrs. visited Mrs. Sulli left Wednesday to spend the Service at 11. A Mothers Day Spare Time. Full or Part Time 312-4271

van's parents, Mr. and Mrs. summer In their home in Minden program will be held at 6 p.m. 219 N.W. 10th 378-2766

Marshall Strickland, at Flora- Ontario Canada after livingin Mission Department. Saturdaythe MEN'S WEAR PAINT GLASSLIDDELL

home. their home here for> the win Deacons! and Deaconesseswill ELECTRIC MOTORS

Dance SaturdayIf sponsor a tea. The publicis
you would like to square Eunice, stationed invited to have a sip of tea ELECTRIC

l oontlnu.d from. preoefllng. pa*.} dance, or would like to learn aboard the USS Boston now in with us.Mount. Motor Repair Co.Of Griffin Salts GLASS CO.

)..orlptlonof Amount ef how, you'll have a. chance this port at Boston. Mass, Is spend Morlah United Church Arrow Shirt Florahelm Shoe Glace Mirrors Sliding Door. -

T.X. Saturday evening, May 10, at ing a 15-day leave here with 'his Rev. H. P. Hudson pastor. Gainesville, Inc. I .I Formal Rentals Tub Enclosures Shower Doors
Land 3.0 Twp Rg. Ao 0".1' and Colt.
: the Hampton Elementary parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Church School, 10 a.m. Morning Repairing RewindingNew Ladles Sportswear Furniture Tope Windows -

1)97--1. Ex Not of Nil S '6 22 280 Dorothy XSohovnlth School. Sponsored by the Hamp- Eunice, his grandmother, Mrs. Worship at 11. Afternoon ser apd Used I Z STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand Awnings.

265.99 ton Elementary PTA the dance Selma Eunice, and other rela vice, 4 p.m.' m N. W. 18th Pb, 372-4918 GAINESVILLE MALL, 116 N.W. 16th St. 3T2-8U1

>01--Efc St or BEt Of lilt.a. tives. On Friday Samuel and Greater Allea AME Church
with professional
will start at 7:30: a
st or s+ft 8 8 22 JBO Dorothy K
Sohoenlth6i 361.09 caller from Jacksonvillewho Ms mother visited relatives In.

I will also give instructions: Maxville.Mrs. .
,40)--All 9 8 22 0 Dorothy KSohoenlth
606.23 if desired. Refreshments;! of soft Danny Thompson was

.. 600 drinks and cake will be avail visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
UOj All Ex Nit of SS} 10 8 22 Dorothy KSohoenlth
;: 568.H2 able and admission price Is 50c() Moore on Saturday.

,407--NS i N* or Nat ut or per couple or 25c single. \Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.
34* of NU{ NE:, or 3Jt of O. J. Phillips and Danny were
NWj t Sal: of Krf| I>X hWU23Cot 11 a 2Z 310 Dorothy KSohomlth
295.5" E&C PENS. Ball Point Helm Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips A Decision. I

and children of Macclenny and
>t Int of a Line of Bradford County vela Delightful
1 t .. on M 100'. N 300', 4 100 of Jacksonville.
S 300", t 100' To JOB 12 8 22. Wendell O'Steen 5.33 sons
Mrs. Clara Oleson of Maxvillewas
S4)0A80' of Lot 3 of L.K*
b.dford tthor.s Johnnie t 'PURnSJUVGS: AND ARTICLES visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee

"' ..'1 103.09 BUAVFORn OR COUNTY R. Green over the weekend.Mrs. .

5J08--E .t Int of 3 t in. of COUHTHOLSt, STAHKE" FLA. Green and Mrs. Floyd
Lot f of Elk A ft Flensont Call fur Did And No"". To Futch visited Mrs. S. L. Harrisin
SID Kith Ely 8N of !st Rd All Office Furniture Deal.raAnd
321. Uly On &/.. 175', 3 Ruppllrr.. St. Vincent's Hospital during
62 "S19f'1n I S 16.c', 3 Bid CJo.lnff the week.
1.9 Leg. 30 Kin S: 125.To Time: 2:00: o'clock P.M. B. D. T.
L.ke, Sly on Lx To 3 Line Date: May 29, 1989 (Thursday) Jack Harvey of JacksonvilleIs
of tot' B.lnr 4). *J On 3 Notice la hereby given that visiting his sister, Mrs. Ma
Line Lot S To FOB 13 8 22 Shirley Prnnk ,the Board of County Commissioners
Johnson 11.82 of Bradford< County. mie Futch, this week.

56JO_Irnot 10 Carl Vollkonf 3/0 J-iiei 2 1... 90.J1 Florida will' receive Healed. bids Bernard Rosier and Mr. and
until 2.00
: E D. T.
29. k..r of t Mrs. Phil Rocky of Fort Pierce
on May 1969, the office
5656__3' of SSt of sit 13 22 20 Jessie I Ingr.hmi 76.36
the County Courthouse at were weekend visitors of Mr.
3663-_S) tx Starke, Florida. At aald time
Gasklns. Mr.
and Mrs. J. B.
lofr.IIe 363'ofBSCar
u> N and place all bids received will
or Sit I .* Tirt Pert of 35t of be publicly opened and read and Mrs. Jason Hllliard and
s.J x. of ' Bradford County Courthouse, daughter! +
,667--1\11\ 4 Srfi A IMl I of Sit 15 8 22 520 Unrothy;: KSohoenlth Starke Florida for furnishing Sunday with the family. f
192.81 office furniture (Desks, Chairs, of
File Cabinets Tables Lamp... Mr. and Mrs. John Morris
5669--All 16 8 22 6M Dorothy;: KSOho.ntth end other miscellaneous Items) Jackson, Ala. spent the weekendwith --
606.23 wood and metal fur the New
E. Priest
Mr. and Mrs. H.
Bradford! County Courthouse,
5672--N2'\ ot NS| 17 8 22 41) Dnrothv;: KSohoenith Starke, Florida. and Lamar. \
According to the Specifications C
; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and
and Data on file In the
3673.-Lots 1 e 2 Cr 1 Nil NEi\ office of the clerk of the Circuit John spent the weekend in De-
of i.a( Lot 601' &;11" SS!
Of N44 All Govt Lot 4 N ofM0M.nus fi'durt at elv Starke after; Florida 2:00 I: o'clock any catur. Ga. with Mr. Lee's sister
SID Hut BK A t< 117
,...onu. County t 21 8 22 296 Dorothy KSoho.elth P.M. E. D. T will not be con Mrs. Larrle Dubose and family
28)0 sidered. All Bids must be and vls'ted' his mother' Mrs.
cot :;
plete and conslHtant I with I
:'3639--4 )/<* Cf Hit 4 of Govt lot requirements of the Specifications Clemmie Lee in Emery University
2 Cf L.K..U. lID J (G Klrk1'nd 114.77 and attached, Bid Form Hospital. '
Bid. for a portion of a categoryor
5709-NSj\ of NJ4 J1 of .1", 22 8 22 120 Dorothy;: K substitution of wood for Speciallst-5 Bobby Dyat, whoIs
SohoAniah 1)9' metal and vice-versa will not stationed at Fort Rucker Ala.
be considered.One .
5710-A.-J 39o' of USS of Nit 2) 8 22 12 K.ylton. get set of Plans and Specifications spent the weekend with his par
Corp 46.72 Contract Document. and ents. He was accompanied by li I
s forms for bidding as preparedby
5713--f, t ef "Ml' of Kit 24 8 22 10 /In oI..ote. IIngraham o-fflce of Frank George George fiancee, Pvt. E-2 Eileen Ellis,

80.74 Architect 108 North Palm who is stationed at Fort Rucker

5723--N\ 200' of w4 of S* of Hi. 24 8 22 10 J',Wed R W.1 ker. 111.94 Avenue secured, Palatka from, Florida the office maybe of with the WACs. They came es- IA

the clerk of the Circuit Courtof pecially to attend a birthday

5729-27-.Con .t al Cor of Nil KmI Bradford County Florida, bydeposition party for Bobby's grandmother
'2'."', ""'ly 166.5" For FOB $30.00.
ay joy. 1 My iiio1, 41y 110'. (12500) will be refunded Mrs. Leo Dyal gave a party
Sly 1100', Sely 103 To PCB 21 8 22 Clifford Warden 89.50 fide upon bid and submission return of of fiald a bo-na-plan- honoring her mother, Mrs. Lom-

5317-A--B.4 750'' 3 at :.t N4k and specification within ten ie Mosley, celebrating the lat.ter's .
ot mi s tyt'. 7J: Corn y */* ) day. after the date set for Saturday.In .
anniversary on
Sr M M On i ti/i; 681.99'. a 967 'the ,opening of bid. The retained
<*9' To FOB For De.o In OR IK 15.00 will cover the part of the afternoon; Mrs. Horace
39 F )325- 24 8 22 Keystone Eitut. the cost for reproduction and
Corp 49.12 handling expense Incurred.A Cox of Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs. 1969 Buick LeSabre.

Cashier's Check Certified Charles Dinkins of Starke andseveral
5960..Lot 19 at Blk 15 In K C a Check. Trust Company Treasur-
called to extend
unit 1 K.vtton. E.ttt.f Check, Bank Draft of any others
Corp 9.51 State Bank. Bid What makes it such Delightful
'National or greetings.
5961 -tot 20 of Bl* 15 In K C S of five
Unit 1 K" .ton. I.t.tu 'Bond or Cash In the sum Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Harley
bidders total
of the
per cent ((5%)
Corp 8.91 bid, made payable to the of Croydon. Pa. are visiting

6013--1 Lot In 3S: Cor or 34 of hit Board of County Commissioner relatives here. Decision? Just.price and
of H4r. ot :N.9 Beln 106 ft N of Bradford County, Florida, one see.
S By 110 n s t w at a 50' 258 22 .1 T J Aide men 39.7< must accompany each bid pro
of all furnishing
posal. Installation
S025--Com At 31 0:0'1' of S.'t of NVf and article must be MEN I It
4 Run N 350t ?or FOB, Run completed not later than th* .
w 330 Ft. N 150 !'t. U 339 ft, number of calendar day proFosed -WOMEN: "C."'''''.00'011'
3 To FOB 25 8 22 1 Plnnl. Joni 7.27 by each bidder In his

gOltU-.Jl or lit 1 of Mi Ex Lot 60' Form No bidder of Proposal.may wlth"
Sq 61 In F::16oix!-X 1-A 1-A RA:2:9: : ORB 26 8 22 18 D.T.endereon 37.87 bid for after a period the date of set thirty for(30)theopening Have you had a blood Buick dealer designed to make buying a Buick right now a very delightful decision.

day of bide.Bidders transfusion? Are Even this beautiful 1969 Buick LeSabre 2-door hardtop is easy to own.
60ifB.Coi At Cone .: f 3 Cor of I Lln. of Sea Mricln 4 60' Coot qualification the Board must be And look what you get in addition to an impressive list of standard equipment that begins
e 209.5', 111/ Deg .U5* W 212.'' atlafaotory to jt a RH negative
of with 350-cubic< inch V-8.
a :
to 25 8 22 Bradd.ford
FOB O.o.r L.wl 63.0k County nlFlorida. and
mother? Your plasma You AccuDrive Buick that makes
6051-Con At \. Car or Sea 26 Board shall be the sole judge of get new suspension steering over bumpy,
nun 3 630 f. far FOB Rot I ouch qualification and product may be worth $25O a winding roads so easy your wife may never let you have the car.
500 ft, S 105' *. 500 n To Th Board of County County
FOBi097B 26 8 22 1: Seers. Cor. .....n..r. of Bradford. to. month in your spare You get Buick new upper level ventilating system. It does away with the need

Orton 75.93 waive Florida'informalltle.reserves the In right any bid time. for vent windows as well as wind noise and uncomfortable drafts.

; .. 9"' I of NW Cor Cont I and to totbe thellowest nPc-- I You get Buick new ignition steering and transmission control lock that lets you
To LHr, *
S 200 Along
Lak'100' 100', II 200 To Dec 35 8 22 Geor" L Orlffle S consider. and to reject, anrF for a free Blood Test lock your ignition, steering column and transmission controls when you turn off the key.

M.r.ln a Gatt 123.53 aU bdid look Buick LeSabre. dont
and And that's just a quick at the new Why you

6193--S 562.9' of lot 9' In In- ZRht County Commls. 'INTERCOASTALBIOLOGICALS take a long look at your Buick dealer soon.
dim 9.s0n Unit 3 3 Boy J Ad.... 7< .l] sloneaBrad County. flop
I I INC. G M We know you'll make a decision that will delight you.
looT 5A 5/22 J. 1. Kelly ldByi Charles A. Darby
, TAX COUICTOIi Officio Clerkof

llIADPOBD i COUNTI Charle aal4 boar. Ex 1.1 It /., PHONE 378-9431 ._.=._ It's Delightful Decision time at your Buick dealer's now.

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May 8, 1969 TELEGRAPH Pap 15PICK


In 9'aa C"1utF Jnd..*.. vonn,
Of Bradford County. Florida. toProb.te SKn' ..;.ne F. AAawEiJOP1NE !'
F. SHAW In The Classic Co-art. IDlgltltladlrlal af NW 18) :BUo cutive weeka !In tne lJraclfore
NW d
Launch No. Section U: A Haley. State Exchange .
Postal Employees 14] Went Call. CI..ealt..a 'ad "d of rim. Vocelle County Telegraph! "
In RR: Fstnte of MART C. Street r Florid, NW148 and WH of W& Bank Bulldlnir", Post Office
MECHOWSKI. DeceasedNOTIOF3 Stark. FI..rldaAttoOrney Bradford Coonty Florid Dated this 18 day ot April.
TO CREDITORS.All For Executor C."I Aotloa No. 1542.' Section 17: :r.. ,of NBUj: 8WU Box 19S Lake orlBlnaJ In 1999.(3BAL.
United Drive For.Pay Raise creditor o-f the estate ofMA.RY First Publication :Mar '. LILLIAN. d.C., blcpWrN Plalatltt0. a vaIt&J.Greeley wi"ow..t. -. of NBH : S))1 of NW," and the MOSS office and of file: the the Clerk of the ) I
1919. Darbr.
Charles A.
: C? PIECHOWSKI deceased .
are hereby notified. and 54t 5-2 McGOWIN D. et 181.. o : SMI of tot 10 *-.11 Circuit Court on or b'ore.iu.n.; Clerk Of Circuit Court Bradford ..
For the first time, the major + 7001 1 private Industry. demands which they may have IVerlc Of /. ..* To Im ro.._ Section 19: Lots I, 1 anti I. taken: as conteneeA, DytBeulah. M. MoodyTten .
postal unions representing ..",alnBt Bald estate In the Officef l 000 rank and file employees In any case." Hall said "tttfl! the County Judge of Bradford Vntmtnlmf To Bradford Coa .T, NOTICE OF SUIT 20: WV* 4>NEV4 : NW once each _week for four. conse 4-1& t& ',1-11. ,:
have organized a "United Fay Is Given that
Front" to press for new ]leglsla- 'cent proposed bv toe Administration within six calendar months Application will Hereby ba made to the To The Defendants! 8," North BRADFORD of River. COUNTY
tion In Washington which would.lWU'antee < for Us low-paid postal from the date of the first publication 1989 Session of the Florida J. ORBELBT McaOWItT IX Township South Range 10'JCa.e \ You Use An Andrews Charge
of this notice. Each claimor TRUE E. McGOW1N -
Legislature for the paoaage ota arM hi t* wile, y
clerks and carriers local or special law relating to who are residents of the Section 19: Lots 1. 11 and ice t
minimum 17%" wage Increase in 'one-tenth of the percentage Increase and mint and state post the office place address of residence of- Bradford County Florida, pro .-.. *t ....bama and whose address 'hath .of..River.18XCE1PT Your Prescription Tax Records '
Is P. O. Box 8. Chapman 20: S SouthcIOf Blvor.
Congress voted fOt' Itself vldlnc home rule powers to the
July. the claimant and must be swornto
and the of by the claimant his agent or Board of County Commissioner; Alabama S80I5 aje notified that SEW of SB14. are Kept For You By Us'
Edward A. Hall Secretary ot ; size their increase his It will become providing certain exclusions: a suit to partition the following1\ Containing In. the --aggregate: 1'
Starke Local 2782 United Feder- alone in dollars exceeds void accord I nor or to law. providing: severabillty; providing described property: 707 acres more o-r" lees 'i Andrews DrugsFor
scion of Postal Clerks, said the 1 the total salary of a postal 8-Chaunrrv" K' Warner Jr. an effective date. has been filed against. yon
CHAUNCEY WARNER. JR.. Board Of County ComtmlesloneH3jradLoed UNION ootmTY's."fO'f1nUJbIP and you are required to serve i a. S
action Is the unions' answerto clerk: or letter carrier miter 29 as Executor. nf the Estate of ; County F8.81\ 4t ( Banth-Rang. to your answer to th, Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170 C A 11
the Inadequate 4.156" pay raise :years of service. MARY C. PIECHOWSKI. des Isle .SSmVUInt on the Plaintiff'NA--
Brown -
ceased. torneys, Brannon
proposed by the Administration .,,-
P1.1.1.1.raa. --
as the third and final pay adJUstment -r/asses.aa.ranasas--r.a.ota.orasa'tal-..as ..

under the 1967 Salary i 1I -------------------T-------------,

Reform Law. He said the coordination

as well of union as locally tactics Is nationally "wltlv. 1 I I GROUND !

out precedent:' II

Hall added that the focus ol

10.000.combined sponsored union support In the Is Houseof HR II v FOOD

Representatives this month !

by Rep. Arnold Olsen iD-Mamt.) I I BEEF
a senior member of the House
Post Office & Civil Service I I I ;

Committee.Under long- term provisions: I I FA IRSUPERMARKETS .'I I

of the Olsen bill, senior clerks I I i

and carriers with upwards of I I I 9 9 I I

30 & even 40 years of postal ser I
vice for the first time would be ''I I $1 @I

able to break the $10.000 wage I LBS j

barrier. More Immediately, 1 SAVE 404 1 1
a minimum 16.5"'' pay increase I 1 ;

across the board would. be enacted I I

in fulfillment of past I I I I

promises dating back to the I I I I
Kennedy Administration that I ,.
wage comparability with private FAIR I
Industry will be achieved. I QUALITY
Hall explained that between ell I I

now and mid-June each of major I U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE I yt 't\ I Merchants I
postal unions will be sending I .
/ ; TOOl!
/ ; I
thousands of delegates to Washington I oltmesutatn
in a planned sequence of I If
"legislative conferences designed U.S. CHOICESMOKED LB I I {. :. ;: I

to Impress the 91st Congress I

with the urgency of our needs. I I I Ires h I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY 1:
"The ,
United Federation of ; THRU WEDNESDAY MAY 14th.
Postal Clerks! will climax &the. I z r 1
effort" he said "by sponsoring I v

the final legislative conference) I I

in the series on June 9, 10 and
11less than three weeks before >

the July 1 statutory effective fiery e
Dade .
date for the third and final 1

upward adjustment of Federal

pay." SLAB 1 .
Hall said that a representative

number of clerks of the surrounding / e
area will go to Washington ,
for the final conference

which is expected to rally over
3,000 clerks from around the
country "10 a superlobbyingeffort

on Capitol Hill.:
In addlMon to establishing!

a 1 TT raise the Olsen bill

would reduce the number of pay
steps within the six pay levels

from the present 12 to 6; would

field service employees by one / r r
salary level; would increase the PERCHFILLETS FREESTONEPEACHES TOMATO

night pay differential from 10 STUFFED remits FILLETS J
to 20 per cent: and would make ,

other wage adjustments con *- 1 IADID. *(AOV TO COOK.COO.MUCH. SAUCE

Notice To NOTICE Whom la! !}u.rebvI'lven OF It I.EGHtATIO/ \May of Concern'"''"' 1.291 2 89 29oi CANS I HEW! I II II I

ricetot thel Florlds Legislature 1981! Ses 7.5ozCANFYNETASTE II I

for passage of an act repealing I
Chanter 61-1401. OenerM Laws I
of Florida. which Is entitled:
"AN ACT to preirrlbe the
eommlnslon' and flitln the compensation .
of the county tax collector
and the county ae'e sor
of tax. .. In countle. havln a PACKED BY Oil MONTI
population of more than. twelve DEL MONTE HORMEL'SSPAM ASST FLAVORS
thousand. three hundred eighty KRAFT'SMIRACLE
(t2. 80) and not more than Strawberry ASSORTEDVEGETABLES
twelve tnnii"na! tour hundr..dninety ORANGE, GRAPEFRUIT ROYALGELATIN
MS.490) according to the
latent official.. dec"nnla census; '
... / 1 / e
Benin* .H..tI"| dote"Oone .. '
Lonir, Tax Am' *ior LUNCHEON LOAF
Bradford County F18.28a8t PUNCH i.Mmin

46ox 4/l 7oz 3/l r Sox

r. The Circuit Judicial Covrt Circuit.Of Florida.Elchta la Aad. CANS CANS CANS

For Bradford County, Florid i
Cue No 9911NE2
OVEDA TAYLOR, Plato.t1tt _
-yo. wALLAGD': IJOUle
TAYLOR. Defendant NOTICH 1 I d I I

F'lerlda In The' Name Of The State Of :;;.. Oa fl 8 .
You Residence Are :Hereby Unknown' Notified that 1 FANCY GOLDEN RIPE !

salt for divorce of the and marriage the i iI
between you

Plaintiff. has been INEZ filed OVEDA a alnst TATLOR. you- i
as Defendant by INEZ OVEDA
TAYLOR as Plaintiff In the' APPLE !
above styled Court and cause BANANASCARROTS
and you are required to file your
defense or answer to the Complaint I
aa filed therein with the t ;
Clerk of the Circuit Court In
and for Bradford County Courthouse 1 PIES
Starke. Florida 32091. SAVIIK 8" 1 !
and nerve a copy thereof upon I 1 ........eeI
said Plaintiffs attorney Barton

Street.T. Douglas Post Office. 103 Drawer North Main 1228, LB | SAVE 174. PKG OF 8. ICED ASSORTED I ;' ;. I
Gainesville. Florida. 32G01. on orb 1 d
.fore May 21. 1389.: and If you i CAN i C
fall to will do be so takon a Default aoralnst Judgment you I SWEET BUNS..................3/$ : '' I

for the relief demanded In the
Complaint and thereafter" wild I SAVE 17fe 16oz.: ASSORTED !
cau.. Bhall. anAteeal I LS

of Florida.April.WITNESS sold. i A. Court D. my thin 198S.ehandx 8th*t day Btarke. of, 1 LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER J LOAF CAKE"""""....a'..."..v/$ | I i,

Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Clrrult Court
In And For Bradford. County, BANQUET FROZEN
Beulah M. Moody, o
t.11 tt 11.1 MEAT FLAVORSDOG


Nolle Is Hereby NOTICE Olven That COLD POWER
r. Dempsey Larry Rahy. who
wu. convlrted In the CIRCUIT 15 01CANS
On..r of BRADFORD County
on 14 November A. D. FAMILY
'Ia..at' ONLY
1968 the offense of BIOAMIIwill
apply for clmrncy to the SIZE
State Board of Pardons Tallahassee .
Florida at Its next raga.jar .
Dempsey Larry ruby

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r Phone 475-5101 r:f

Myerc PumpsSERVICE f: CANS 23ox 2O BAG LB 4.3oz 2/l 1O/59

. ::: :::: CANS
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r:;: and REPAIRS

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I I, !o MELROSEBy { Services Held

,KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Jioiij for Rev. Wagner

! I Joyce Rowe

'. Penney FarmsThe
- - v
-- ..
__.:_ "'W'WLWW. *'"
r James Hunter Wagner -
Keystone T u-' PRESENTS AWARDSCub Who rode !horseback while
Scout Pack 109 scored
BEACHLake preaching across the mountainsof '
'I' Hilitesl high as a unit, and four Cuba Tennessee before the turn
won 100 per cent award In
nyYouM of the century died Saturday.May ,
Please Phone It ( Santa Fe) a surprise uniform Inspectionat : 3, at Penney Farms Memorial -
By: Michael H. Chub their pack; meeting Tuesday'night. ::
Community at the age
I I Phone 475-1612 Apr.,29. In the! Episcopal
of Mrs.
H of 92.He was the
DUPLICATE BRIDGE the guest speaxer at the Keystone f y.K f.4. Parish House. Staging: Vtui O. Raymond Stamea of Keystone
The Duplicate Bridge Club, Rotary Club last Friday. R a Inspection was Area Oonunla- Heights.
sponsored by Woman's It sure Is nice to !have lovely- loner Jack Layman. The four
Club The
speaker was introducedby
Born April 13. 1877, on
weather (most of the time) for on
will be discontinued the sea- program chairman Don Mor Cubs *orlng 100 per cent for Greenville Tenn.,
son. Meetings will be resumedIn gan. School Board Member a change. Once again we can uniforms were Philip Courtney, a farm near
minister -
October. The club wishes Dick Lovorn was also intro- sit outside In our yards, enjoy i Alphonso Duggan, Alan Pace, he bad been a Methodist before retiring

to thank all bridge players;for duced and welcomed to the warm weather listening to the and Michael Bass for 41 years
Farms In 1944. ftVIng -
their loyal support during'thepast Rotarian birds singing, and everything Cubmaster Red Thompsonheld Penney
meeting as a guest-of !
I his long career, foe receiver
with beauty.
season. just bursting
Roy Watkins. an Impressive ceremonyto
Bernice BruneIs Into
than 1.500 persons
all take more
surely hope you can Induct three new Bob Cats
TEEING OFF!! time to enjoy this wonderful Warren-Coggshall church membership, and officiated .
Tynes discussed in generalthe Engaged To Timothy Smith Ralph Edward thousandweddings.
Members of the WGA time of the year As I go out at more than a
are rapid growth of the county Smith and Stephen Price. Rod- Engagement Told
sponsoring a dessertcardpartyon school system, indicating the : fishing boating or just sitting Robert L. Gremer ney McIntosh received the We- .
Friday, May 9, at the clubhouse t outside It makes me want to He was educated at Emon'and
lack of state funds could nec- betas Badge, which Is the last Mr. and Mrs. John "W. Warren
Donations will be $1 essitate floating a bond issueto thank God that I'm alive to en-. Mr.! and Mrs. Casper M. phase of Cub bing tn preparation of Keystone Heights announce Henry College, Emory, Va.in.

for each participant. Please satisfy educational require- Ann Tried To Wed joy 1t. Brune of Keystone Heights, for entry into the Boy Scout the engagement and approachIng and later served churches and! Missouri -
make your reservations with ments. Once again, 'we spent mostof announce the engagement of Troop. of their daughter Virginia. Tennessee

Mrs. Harold Sutton or Mrs.. Tynes said that the Orange Ronny WhisenantMrs. our week visiting our sick their daughter Bernice Keadln. Awards were presented to the Carol marriage Ann, cl Gainesville, to where he was a District

Albert Bachmann. Park area is suffering the most kin, folks Otis Mellon joinedus to Robert Lloyd Oremer, son of following Cuba: Alan Pace Den- David Charles Coggahall of Superintendent.An .

The men In the club are asked with a constant influx of new Thomas Triest of Key on our mercy mission Tues Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gremer. ner Badge: Raymond Thompson of Mr. and avid gardener, Mr. Wagner
Gainesville, son this
to sign up for the Club Champ- residents adding additional stone Heights! (announces the day night. Both of my aunts, of Jacksonville.The Assistant Denner; Michael Mrs. Mlllara! V. Coggahall of spent much time with

ionship, which will start on stress on the school system. I(engagement and approaching Corlne Hudson and Teenle wedding will be an eventof Bass, Wolfe Badge and Gold Ar- Fla. bobby during his retirement
Mlnneola, of
May 10, and run for three consecutive However, if a bond Issue is marriage, of her daughter, Ann, Crenshaw were feeling betterat June 22 at 2 pjn. In St. Wil row: and Wendell Williams The wedding will take place years, and provided many

weeks. Flights will be floated, money will be allocatedto to Ronny' Whisenant, son of :Mr. the end of the week. Aunt liam's Catholic Church, Key- Gold Arrow under the Wolf. In the Community his Penney Farms friends with
June 14 at 8 p.m. of
determined by the Individual'shandicap the county schools on the basis and Mrs. C. A. wivlsenant, also Corlne was hoping to get to go etone Heights. Entertainment during the Hei- fresh produce. He was fond
There will be a $2 of need in order to meet of Keystone Heights. !bomB by the weekend. We Miss Brune Is a graduate of meeting included a song by Den Church, Keystone recalling that he and Dr. Dan-

entry There fee. 13 entrants I accreditation standards. : The weddtag: !will take place (Mother, Grandmother Cope Keystone Heights High. School, 1 from Florahome with audience ghts.The bride-elect graduatedfrom iel Poling, the farmer director
were in Association
the In land and I) went to see another River Junior, College of the Christian Herald
Ladies Club I Friday.. June 6, Championship, HERE N' THEE aunt, Clara Sullivan of Willis of Florida. were fast friends
Hope Baptist Church, 'l1heres a. land the University chewing contest, 'won by
which was attended St. Jchn's; River
completed at the local has
Jim Wharton was recently notified in his gardening
relative of the ton, Wednesday, and visited the She Is now teaching at Brad-
club last week. Vonclle All friends and Denote Weaver, and a skit by Junior College and Santa Fe
of his to
!Ketch appointment a couple ere invited to attend. flick ones on our way home. Be- lord County High School inStarke. Den 5 to promote the idea that ventures.In .
captured the honors in Junior College. She is employedat
three year term on the Board addition to his wife, Emma
lieve It or not, I have an-
the Championship Flight. Mar- of Adjustment for District 4. the grownups and children alike Southeastern, Composition. ,
Include three sons,
other aunt Cora Lee Bass of of survivors
tha Hayes Mr. Gremer is al graduate should replace tools 'where they
was runner-up in the The made In Gainesville.
appointment was by Inc. Hubert of Ewing Va.:
championship division NEWS NOTESBy Gainesville, who went In for Howey (Academy and St. JaM'sRiver belong after! using. A read-along: at James
and senior
the Clay County Board of Mr. Coggshall Is a San Antonio, Texas:
Vesta Alken surgery last week and Is progressing Junior College. He com audience skit was Bill
was first in the Commissioners.Sgt. the University of .Florida .and Hondo, Texas:
Helen Egan nicely. That made pleted a flight: training courseat Jack, of Rio
Championship Consolation enjoyed by the entire pack.It will In .August.. He is
graduate Mrs. Starnes,
three aunts of mine In Alachua. Aviation' SchoolIn three daughters,
Flight. Kitty Martin firstIn Southeastern announced that the
was Lyndle Kirtley, stationed was a former member of the IFC Mrs. JohnA.
the second flight and Lou HOMEMAKERS WEEK General Hospital at one time. Jacksonville, (.receiving a Cubs would have a summer pro- of Keystone Heights:
at Ft., Bragg, N.C ., and is TlmnUns was high In the consolation was in Keystone last The Keystone HomemakersClub Mrs. Fred Swearingen Sr. was commercial: pilot's license. He gram, and that the next pack social fraternity. Clarke City,
weekend Sigma (
(* round for the same for a visit with his friends of Clay County Extension visiting her son and daughter- Is now in the Coast. Guard, stationed meeting will be held the last George P. Truitt, Kansas Carrie
11.17 in-law, Fred and Vera Swear- Coast Guard AirBase 'Mo.: one sister Mrs.
flighty; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe and Service will observe May at the Tuesday In May. Kan.: 12
family. Sgt. Kirtley will be as All Florida Counties Home: lngen a few days last week. St. Petersburg. SPRING CARNIVAL will be held at the elementary ROberts Parsons great
On Sunday afternoon Mrs. .H. T. Smith and Mrs. grandchildren, and nine
the remembered as a former maker Week. Taped TV pro1grams FINANCIAL SUCCESSThe school In Interlachen.Both .
tournament committee spon- I at Keystone High School. coach for the week, Including'4H Ruby Wolfe were visiting In Melrose PTA would like Sixth grade classes will grandchildren. held
sored an April May Fool's and Home Economics Macon: Ga. last weekend. Wed- if he can prove who did It. to thank all who worked so hard visit Interlachen Junior-Senior Funeral services were
tournament for the enjoyment Mr: and Mrs. Phil Cromerand nesday night, Mr. and Mrs. X. they've had it. This makesthree Monday afternoon at 2:30: (
Agents will be televised dailyat to make the Spring Festival High School: on May 20 for a
of both the proficient golfer and daughters were visiting with M. Smith and family of Starke pet dogs in two weeks that
6:45: a.m.. May 12-16. on a success. The carnival grossed day of orientation. Thisis
the novice. The family and friends !have been poisoned within a
tournament in Alabama visited and Mrs
Mrs. Smith
Channel 4. about $300, with a net profit of where they will attend school
block of each other. I want to
committee is to be commendedfor over the weekend. Wolfe. o'clock.GLASS
will be
Family Fun Night about $300 expected. next
the Individual "oddities" Lt. (jg) and MrS. Bruce C. wish Mr. Faircloth lots of luck year.
and Mrs. Junkln have
Friday, May 16, at Charles Attendance was good In spiteof The variety show held at In-
devised for the tournament. Prevatt, of Virginia Beach Va., In his investigation. Anyonethat's
returned to Illinois after spend
School Green Cove and
Bennett rain during the morning terlachen Junior Senior High
Su Dwyer and Jim Fox were annouce the adoption of a baby low enough to poison PURPOSE.Mirrors
ing few months at their son'shome FOR EVERY
Springs. A covered dish supper a the festivities lasted until 8:30: School last Friday night wasa
low gross with the best ball boy, Ross Chapman born Feb [ on Lake Santa Fe. .somebody's pet, needs to be put
at 7
starting standing
will be served smashing with
score of 66. Kitty; McGlaveand ruary 15, 1969 and adopted on p.m.j Barbara Barrows visited her under the jail. I promised Mr. p.m. success .
followed by special programon INTERLACIIEN HIGH sold out. Twenty
Ray Cantrell were awardeda April 15, 1969. Paternal grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Falrcloth I'd write a short poemin room
Water Safety. PARENTS TO MEETAll acts presented by students
parents are Mr.and this Is were FOR EVERY PURPOSISHEA'S
consolation prize for high Mrs. Myron memory of dogs, one
the weekend.Mr. .
The Council voted not to have' Barrows over parents who (have childrenIn teachers, and parents..
!pross. Miriam Cantrell and Joe Prevatt, Sr. of Lake Brooklyn. and Mrs. Klmbrough arependJ.ng dead now (Sunday afternoon)
.the annual picnic this year, Interlacheni JuniorSeniorHigh Students at Interlachen have
Mdlt, Mrs Ruth Hall with the
afcd the lowest number of Miami, two weeks vacation and theyr'e working
but the Keystone Club will havea School,are urged to attenda been taking tests this weekto
of putts, and Jennie Shackle- is visiting her brotherinlawand other one trying to save it. So,
ford sister covered dish luncheon at the, In Qultman, Miss. They are visiting meeting at 8 p.m. tonight see how they rank in national
andTierb'Wfinams Had thE Mr. and Mrs. Kent until next week, "May the good GLASS CO.
highest number of putts. Cantrell of Lake Brooklyn. closing meeting on May 21. The their son, and attendinga Lord bless and keep you all!" (Thursday, May 8)) In the Mel- averages. They will receive the
The following committee. Mrs. Mildred Pay-! family reunion. rose Parish House. results! at a later date. 172-4315 1'72.4JSI'III

prizes for the lowest golfers number won Mr. and Mrs. Dwight R. ton and Mrs. Marguerite Quag-!, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Johns Now here's Strike Leeon Two Purpose of the meeting to The Interlachen Booster Club N.W. 4tfc .....

of strokes on individual holes: Arnold, of Enon, Ohio, wen ;,llano will prepare> the main spent last; weekend at their lake That Maniac's struck again, discuss disciplinary problemsthat met last week and discussed G.IM..nt.

Bettye Zowarka and Don Wal- house. guests. last week of Mr. dish, as they attended the Coun-, home. They've poisoned two more pets. parents say have arisen results of the variety show. At

lace (N.,. 1)), Kathy Red'earn and Mrs.: Myron C. Prevatt oil Leader Training meetingon Pete and Joyce Barton and Tiger Is dead already at the new high school. Putnam this time they were told they

and Gene Hacker (2), Fred Sr., of Lake Brooklyn. Mrs. May 7, subject Seafood. son, George entertained Satur- And on Sport's life: they're tak- County School SuperintendentCarey could have two booths at the KEYSTONEHEIGHTS ;

Moore and Norton Inlow (3),' Arnold and Mrs. Prevatt art The County Agent asks that day night, honoring Joyce'smother ing bets. Ferrell, Jr. has agreedto annual 4th of July celebration!
Erma Rushton and Ed Dwyer sisters. 'I registration: forms for Home Mrs. Calvin Ward, on little Chlhauhau. meet with the parent' at to be held In Interlachen. They

((4), Edna Baker and Bill Baker ''Economic Leadership Short her birthday. Those helping to Tiger was friendly a and acted so a later date to dlocuM these will have the cotton candy

((5)). Evelvn' Helse and Marshall Last weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Course at 4-H Camp McQuarrle. celebrate the occasion were: He sweet.was "1f problems. booth and sell balloon

Gallop (6), Virginia Corey and Prevatt and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Astor Park, be In her office Mr. and Mrs. Calvin F. Ward: And everywhere his! Masters :Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roih- PTA DINNER

Frank Ottinger ((7), Ira Lore nold were vacationing in St. by noon May 9. The camp costIs Freddie and Mae Watterson and hammer and family of St. The Putnam County Council

and Grace Hacker ((8)), Jean Augustine. On Saturday even- $10 for four days June 3-6, children; Tiny and Louise went rlgi.t at their feet. Worth, Texas visited his sisters, PTA Fox and Marty Martin (9). ing, they attended a reception or $1 per day, plus meals. Loveall and son. Jimmy; and Tiger was and their families Mr. and.Mrs. Interlachen JuniorSenior Hlgb DIRECTORY
Prizes were also awarded honoring Mr. and Mrs. Andrew COMMUNITY CHURCH Robert and Novice Ward, all l of Sport was a lovely Vlrgle Rowe and family and School Thursday. May 22. .

for the highest number of S. Russell, of St. Augustine The Youth Fellowship of the Starke. Joyce Mae, Louise, and he was a good pet too. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chambleeand Following the dnner there

strokes on each. hole. Winner on their 50th wedding anniver- Community Church is now un- Robert are all children: of Mr. Now the Falrcloths will inlsathem family. It was not a pleasure 'will be a business meeting and RABY'S AUTO

were: Lois Walker and Bland sary. der the leadership of Mrs. Jean and Mrs. Calvin Ward. so mudh. trip, however. Mrs. Roth- all local unit presidents will be SERVICE
Ware'FIrst hole), Eddie fro- Well friends, I'm to say They! Just won't know what to
Hardlgree, wife of the Keystone sorry !hammer's rather Clyde Wesley, asked to give a resume of the
kopowtcz and David Ennls (2)), Mrs. Henry Schuber It. but that "MANIACI"! has do.
will be Golf pro. The Community of Gainesville died Friday work dona by their PTA. Complete Auto RepairsAir
Bettye Zowarka and Don Wall- writing this column for the next Church Women have pledgeda struck again. This time they got But one thing we know for sure, night and they were !hers for All PTA members are Invitedto Conditioning Repairs
((3) Fran and two weeks. Whether Falrcloth case Is lost
ace Stephenson contact her of for the Youth two dogs with their poison. Rothammer's
sum money the funeral The attend. Reservatons must & Automatic Transmission
Huntley Redfearn (4)) Virginia at 4733067 to or won. :
give her These dogs belonged to Marvin
your Fellowship to use as they wish, several years
lived In Melrose be made by May 15. Cost of the
Corey and Frank Ottinger (5)), news items.WOMAN'S. Faircloth of Jacksonville, who Some day, some where, some Service
as an outing or picnic. prior to moving to Ft. Worth. dinner will be $1.75. Make
Phyllis Hussey and S. E. Mc- how, PHONE 473.4404Little
was just down for the weekend
Board of
Kay ((6) Adele Hardenbergh CLUB The Executive This "Maniac" will forwhat's Miss Lisa Bass, daughter checks payable to Putnam
; pay Lake Bedford
at his lake home.( As you can
mended at the May 5 meeting .Janle Bass, celebrated
Mr. and Mrs County Council PTA. Mall reservations -
Carlton Paul ((7), Evelyn Heise Members of the Keystone Heights Imagine he was furious, and done.Ii' .
of the Church Women that new ; her 8th birthday witha
and Marshall Gallop (8), and Woman's Club who attendedthe and checks to Mrs.
Ruth Moore and Kent Cantrell District 5 FFWC Worshipat choir gowns be ordered now for, party at her home Sunday Blanch Marvin, Box 234, Palat- BEAUTY SHOP
delivery the first Sunday ln|, afternoon. Those attending In .
((9)). Inverness on May 1 Included ,
September. The Celestial Choir cluded Cheryl Poppell, Mike ka.CAN KEYSTONEBEAUTY
HEAR Mrs. Sarah McDonald, clut
will be furnished gowns the VOICE Finn, Ann Finlayson, Crystal .
president Mrs. David Nelson '
.same as the Senior Choir. Color Pace, Mike, Kevin and Scott ? SHOP
Jesse P. Tynes, Supt. of Education Mrs. Earl Voyles, and Mrs. ; "+ KHL**j.M***
Henry Neel. Members of the and !style will be decided bya Bass. They played games and viNtttiMV of n+rrv
of Clav County, was : ''., uutmt oravLBamPUTINS KDITH JOHNSON. Owner
Junior Club attending the work- committee.The \. "' !had refreshments of cake and .;:..- -P',1 ,, MflPC. A Personal and Creative Hair 6tyl-
shop were Mrs. Ronald Harper annual All Circle lunch. '. lly:.MIKE CHITTY 'i lee cream. !< '. STREAM! Iq Ever: ? farm of Beauty

DRAGLINE WORK Mrs. Elam Glisslon, Jr., eon will be held on May 19 at Mrs Ernest Bartlett Is attending ?Culture Ttietvast. 9-5: closed
educational build- - -- -- -- - -- .
Mrs. Paschal 12:30: In the Training SchoolIn KoD&Qr.
BULLDOZINGEARTH and Carr. --- - - - - - -. ltl a Synodical
ing. The present Executive Daytona Beach. There will

MOVING Annual reports of all olflcers1' Board wUl ""be hostesses with HI, sports; fens Tub week several l nice catches this. week. be an exhibit of work done by BUILDING MATERIAL

CALL and committee chairmen are Mrs. William Beam, Sr. as ;your rolling berman idoesnt Maurice, : Chdappinl of Melrose Faith Presbyterian Church. HARDWARE

due at the annual Woman's Club chairman assisted by Mrs. Bert ba VII quite aa good a reportfor caught' 8 bass, ; Ward" StrutChelt The Woman's Club report _

Big Chief HeavyConstruction meeting Tuesday, May 13, at Chrlstoffers, co- chairman: and you The' flab seem! to bare of Tampa, caught 8: Ed Broo- a successful fried\ chicken din- BROOKLYN

2 p.m. Reports should be typedor board members. This will be slowed down bit However, ker of Doctors: Inlet, (!had 9 bass ner held last week.The Country

Inc. written and submitted to the a covered dish luncheon. they are still biting, and quite and 12 bream; Terry Eiland of Store was an attractive feature SUPPLY HOUSE

Palatka 325-7476 secretary for filing, followingthe New officers will be presented a few were caught.: They justwere Melrose, had 8 bass, ,two 10. and many articles 'were sold. Lumbar Plywood BuIlder'
club members.presentation given to at this time, committee not biting ..a good M the (pounders, two 7-pauntiers. one Mrs.. Ralph Stevens and MM. ac- o Hardware Roofing- She trock .

I, chairmen appointed, and members week ,before. iAa far .* the 6-pouixtar 'and three smaller' Spencer Swanbum 'were co- !! Paneling Paints Insulation

assigned to circles. 'weather goes, It 'was real nice ones; Mike Funderburke of chairmen.: Proceeds of the din- Tools Electrical' A Plumbing

I The five circle will meet 'nearly every day, aside from Keystone, and two visiting Ministers ner will go Into the building (!j.h\\r nfIi., Supplies.

I Individually to complete their that lovely little S3 miles an' / caught 6 bass. fund. DIRECTORY ''II Hwy 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886

organization before the three- hour breeze we bad most of Shopman's Camp :reported a 'The Woman's Club will hold!

E;_ if it'svacation month vacation period. the week. As you know, whea fairly good week Those from Its last meeting this: spring CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR

I PERSONALS' the Wind blows like it did hut Starke and surrounding area Wednesday, May 14. This win BAPTIST

I Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Allen of :week, not many people try to trying their luck were: Mr. 'and be on'*',week later than usual .

I fi Syracuse. N. Y. were recent fish, tineS when that happens Mrs. George Atwell, caught 40 because, Mrs. Bartlett president First Church. Keystone J9ui:r CONCRETE!:: PRODUCTS

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louts not many fish: are caught. SO, I specs; Jack Raymond specs; will be away this week. day School 943 ajn. Worsblp. CALL OR SEEEdward's

money Kyle. to guess you could say that the Mr. and Mrs. Stanley :MoCdare, Meetings will resume in the fall. 11 s.m.. 7:00: p.m. Training Un

I VA Roy Bridges and son-ln-la'W. wind is the reason. my report. la 48 specs; 'Mr. and Mrs. Lewis There will be no more Bible ion. 6:30 p.m. Nursery open, Buildrng

Hill Bannon, Jr. attended an shorter this week Markham, 30; Ralph Spooner, Club meetings either until the all services. Her. Lawrence: Supply, Inc.

you need automobile parts and successories My fattier, James, managed 20 specs, and 4 bass; Mr. and fall. A program for the children Carrol pastor.CATHOLIC 728 S. MAIN 372-4844

show In Houston, Texas last to get In a little fishing/ last Mrs W. D. Vargas 33 specs: ; who participated this year Gainesville, Florida

week. Mrs. Bridges Joined her week. He long with a few Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harrfe. 42; was held Wednesday at the Bt. iwmiam'a, Keystone: Bun.
:husband in Burlington, Ala., 'helpers caught around 15 baas In Keystone.
Steve Knight and Alan Jacob. Community Church day Mass, 9 a.m. Wednesday "
with their daughter, Mrs. Ban last week. They: wennft" eatin' it 50; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lang- Louise Helfrleh celebrated her and Novena 7 NURSERY
LEAN Mass! pjn.
US non, and children. 'up, but they did start biting lord 30; Mr. and Mrs. Cut 12th birthday with a party Saturday j

Clarence Davis has been mov- better toward the end of the Oonder.' 37: and Mr. and Ml*. at the home of Rev. and COMMUNITY CHURCH O.C. Carries Nursery

UOIAPTM M.P.aWe ed from Alachua General Hospital week. Tony Tetruccl. 35 Mrs. Bill Poppell.DUPLICATE Sunday School, 9:40: wan. Thousands of plants

to the Extended Care Griffin's Lodge reported a Daryl Barrows of Santa Pe BRIDGE Morning Worship H. Youth Vtllowshlp >

make vacation dreamscome & Nursing Center dn Gainesville. pretty good week despite the i lake, caught! a 10 pound bass Winners of the Melrose Duplicate (all teenagers) 7 p.m., Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

true with the magic of Clarence and Hazel Davis are wind. "They had a rather oddireport recently. Mr. and Mrs. Johns' Bridge Club last 'week Pascal Carr director.: Holy Com Evergreens

slowly recovering/ from their on the Specs It looks caught a good :many Shellcrack- 'were Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mss! munion lit Sunday each quarter Camellias & Azaleas

ready cash! Personal Looas auto accident, but are etlll.. bad- like the*ve gone back on the ers last week, while they were jlva Hlllyer, 1st place: Mrs. W. Wednesday Prayer Service, MOST ALL IN CANS

from our Bank are fast, easy 4y handicapped. A visit to them brush piles Monday, One down at their home on) Santa i J. Grollck and !Miss Zoe Terry. 7:30: p.m. !ReV. Leon F. MU- PLANT ANY TIME -
lit their home on Silver Lake,. Browning and party of Plant !Mrs. B. A. Allen "
JFe. My lather, James and Ids 12nd place; ner. paatar.EPISCOPAL.
I low-cost. You can lean on usl or a Phone call will be pity went out and cfeughA 11tau. cousin, Buddy Ellis of Gainesville ,!',and Mrs. J. W. Foster, 3rd Beautiful RosesLandscaping -

Claude Tlllman was {hospitalzed \ and then caught 40 Qpeoo caught a nice string of place; Mrs. Roland Bryan and

on May 2 at the on the brush pile. Also on Mops bass Saturday weighing up to :Mrs. J. P. Voce. 4th place. St. Anne's: Holy Communion, Phone 659-2165
Hospital in Galneav11le.Resldenta day Roy Orllfin caught'10 baas. 8 pounds. SCHOOL NEWS 8 ..m. each: Sunday. let Sunday

on West Lakevlew' Tuesday morning, fee. Crts Well It looks like we've* Students of Melrose Elementary (Holy; Communion, 8 am. and 23 MI. S. S. of Starke on

Drive have finally been told by Browning party caught 63 apeQ wrapped up( another week of School received: their report 9:30 turn. 2nd. 3rd. :and 4th Sun- Hwy. 100 at Florahome

)J Councilman James Cooke thata on the brush pile, and got 20 sports news. Sure hope that' cards Friday.' This mark days, (Morning Prayer, 9:30: a.m.

street ,sign and intersection' more that evening. Toe Browning little rain we had last week' the end of the fifth six week evening :Prayer Sunday, 7 p.m. ,USED CARS .

KEYSTONE STATE BANK light will soon be Installed. The' party caught 42 specs and 4 helped our fjshlng/ sltuaUon.1! 'with only one more sixth week Holy (Says announced. William Hunks

approach to the street has beena !peas.: Roy Ortflln and Oris Goodness knows, we period to go before fee end I. Jones :Vicar.LUTHERAN Used Cars

Member. FJDXC. hazard, particularly at night. Browning: caught 11 bass, :then more rain to bring the lakes ands;' of school. Bid CASH DISCOUNT
KeystaMnrar Heists fta. As one neighbor moves away enroll'their
the bruaftSJle rains' Parents WOO wish to '
ca'Ught18 specs on rivers up some. Whether It Worship
U Sun
DWtafe a.m. TERMSBUY
frieauflr Bask fa T.. fttc. .ay another,, Joins us Mrs. !Irene ( in one Incur Friday Oris1 or not. isn't. going to stop us,, children In the Head Start day. Holy Communion, 2nd Sun
SchreJBjer her to
has sold -
... home Browning caught 20 specs. spa; from fishing though, I la it? So.! Program may do so by going day. Service each Sunday as
7r :3oach:: Roy Bayllss. who will school and registering 'RT. I, BOX MJ3wy.
Roy Griffin caught 4 beNe until next week, "Good-bye and to the Bt. Anna's Episcopal Church -
-., -- .- take possession this month.! BarnbJU'a Resort )reported good luck!I" them. Read Start for Melrose WHllam WlM.Vicar. i 100. 8 Mile, S. Stark

I Way 8, 1969 TELEGRAPH Paae 17I

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-. crone school m jacRsonvuie.' -

-. flEV\\fs HAMPTON He Wednesday was to for Join a them visit.here on 1. FOR lEASE

RECREATION Mr. and Mrs Otto Hicks moved
Into their new brick home I. LmwapJ '

By Mra, D. E. EDI on their farm on SR 325 southof

6 6 Hampton last week They
Women's Softball seven bases on balls but struck have been living In Gainesville. STANDARD 011.SERVICE
The Women's Softball League out nine. Allen Abridge burled MAY DAY PROGRAM Mrs. Calvin Varnes and eon r .
"Sunshine and Flowers" wasa -
will.have Its final organization tor coke pUchtag & five bitter Michael are leaving by plane
af meeting Monday. May- U, at joey Bakken was top bl.ttet May day program presentedby this week to :Join Mr. Varnea STATION

7:30: p.m.This of the game with two double Mrs. Earslene Zimmerman'sprimary In Colorado. He had been working -
be the deadline for plate. ** class to students and In
will In three trip to the with the Army engineers
entry Into the league and team la Kelley !!had a tturee-bagget parents at Hampton Elemen- the Chicago area and will now L

rosters will be required at thtttime. for the Police Dspartment. tary School last Friday. be stationed 'back: at Coloradq
Flowers decorated the stage
Jimmy Akridg Joey Thom Springs Colo. They hope to return PHONE.
Games are scheduled to begta and Eddie Akrtdge each and filled the baskets carriedby to Florida In September, DfPOSIT LITTER;

Monday.MW'19. with all.gamest. &S.doubled to account for Coca- six children: .Shelby Stinson. when he is scheduled for his
Part Faulkner Sheila Rhoden _._..
at West Side Jay and son 9645132IT'S
to 'be played Cola's three Wto. discharge. Mrs. Vanues HERE 1 1V I
James Kinnaird
Duplicate Bridge In the night! cap of the openIng ; Wilson Johns Slave been staying here with
Club Organized day. BPOE defending! league and Nanette Hall. Nanette was her parents. Mr. and MM. J. L. e>
Parka and Recreation eason queen, with :her throne eur-
The Starke champions started the Sparkman.Mrs. .
Department Is pleased to off on the right foot downlag rounded !by flowers. Fred Townsend and son NEW -
formed Dancing with !the: song "Simon
their newly 63. last
announce Southern Discount of Fernandina Beach spent:
Duplicate Bridge Club. The Elks Lodge scored single Says. were Richard Aycojc.David weekend here with the Jeff The New'Easy, Way To Do Your Drive In Shopping.:
Donnie Brown. Philip Hall.
It will meet every Tuesday in each of the first twoinD1ngS Baker family.

evening beginning June 17 at runs! : held a 2-0 lead until Stone Randy Young. Mar- Mrs. Oleta Purdon of the Panama I4W .
to DLi lene Campbell. Terri McLaughlin J DRIVE-IN SHOPPINGJust
7:30: p.m. We are currently the fourth inning. Southern Canal Zone ;Is visiting her \I1'c. (
Robbin Wadsworth. Dara '
the process of obtaining a franchise crossed the plate three mother. Mrs. Irene Jones since \

from the American Contract count times in their half of the fourth Bishop Neal Kirkland David !her recent :Illness. Last weekend, Drive-In .. ______. We'll Do The Serving.
David Pearsall. Gregory 1
Bridge League and negotiations Inning to !hold a 3-2 lead Manning Mrs. Purdon's husband's parents ,
should be completed in BPOE ranted in l the fifth for Slade. Tammy Bradley. of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs.
Annette Keaton and Addle Mel
the near future. four big rune !md the 6-3 win. Byrd visited them here. DOWLINGDriveIn !

BPOE Winner Eddie Blalock went all the way ton. Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Dykes

In Bantam Boya Opener BPOE allowing only. two PTA SQUARE DANCE were Sunday dinner guests of "The peoplesil !"
And Coca-Cola Tie toT Hampton Elementary PTA Hicks and nicest me Curb:) Market & Groceries
Police atngles. Mr. and Mrs. C. R.

Police Department and Coca Tommy Wise was the hurler and this Is sponsoring Saturday ta evening square: at dance the family in honor of Mrs. Dykes'. the various bands taking part. game about 9:30.: Or watch the .

Cola met In the opening game for southern Discount school starting at 7:3O3: professional birthday BHS band is giving its spring Hampton team practice atHampton's Now offers this service in a full line of groceries

of the 1969 Bantam Boys May base'3.; allowed six bits. Randy stick Lawsonwas as caller from Jacksonville Harry Taylor was taken to concert at the High School field on SR 221 Just cold cuts fro/en foods drinks beer ice cream
ball season Saturday the man with the Alachua General Hospital last Auditorium this Friday evening. south of l the city limits. "*
will be present with records -milk bread pastries etc.
and finished with a 2-2 tie.off to fce banged out two long doubles for the evening. Admission week, and expected to undergo May 9, at 8 p.m.-a worthwhile Hampton City Council will ,

The Police Jumped for BPOE. surgery. entertainment. Band members meet Monday evening May 12,

a two run first inning lead. 1D a single game Played Monday 25c will be Soc and per refreshmentsof couple or Waldron Wadsworth of the from Hampton Include Mike at the City Hall at 7:30: p.m.GAINESVILLE'S MILK -. I GAL. .' $1.28
third after a person
scored once In the BPOE went Merchant Marine visited his Mc-
Coke and
May 5. bn Read Susan Dyal Lynn
drinks and cake will '
and tied It In the filth inning. win No. two against Police Department mother. Mrs O. P. Wadsworth, Cullough. LARGE EGGS -. DOZ. -, 49c

Neither team could score in endedIn the but had to settle for available.At a PTA. workday last Saturday last Friday. This Is the last week to take IAIIOKST sanction Fresh Blackeyed Pea

final inning and the game 6-6 tie. school Mrs. T. J. Mann and daughter part in the area fire departmentfundraising ,
a azalea at the
a 2-2 tie. This game produced plenty watered Tammy of Gainesville spent project. See Hamp- Okra and Squash
moved mulched
Kevin Kelley went all the way of excitement for the spectatorson were Tuesday last week here with ton Fire Marshal Willard Levi'sAWAITSYOU
fertilized. Harold Waters
tot the Police allowing only. hand as these two teams ex- her grandparents Mr. !and Mrs. Thomas.
chairman of the workday ENTRANCL DRIVE-IN ON
three/ base hits. Kelley gave up leads several time and D. W. Johnson. Hampton's Softball team has
thanked all those who came
Parting ) *. Debbi Hicks accompanied made good showing for the WEST SIDE .
.''" i._........ .....x/.... : ..=.t I:; for BPOOE! and Keith for worked PERSONALSMrs. on the project. Gainesville HS band to participate first two weeks of the scheduled AT'7e

Police were both up from theft Michael Adklns of Miami In the state concert andsightreading ''season. League games are play-* OPEN 7A.M.- P.M.

Small Fry Leases maWag Both Is visiting here this week with band festival In .:d Tuesday and Thursday evenjngs glllfcA ,..9tte.

first exceptionally"Big League"well.starts. {her uncle and aunt. Mr. anll i JacMovllle County band last Friday.rode to Bradford Jack-- at Vo-Tech the softball school field in behindthe Starke. Sooth's Largest' Western S&& 7 DAYS A' WEEK

did Mrs. J. O. Adklns while her :
inningS N. W. 6th st at VS 441
three to hear
for sonville Beach Thursday .second
David pitched butra.n husband Is attending an elec. first game at 8 p.m. i
allowed only two hits .- -
into difficulty with his con- CARL BEGGSGulf

trol. Keith: went all the way giving

five base hits. Service
AskCharley up Gaines. a.-.DSMIJI
Randy Lawson. USED PARTS
and Eddie Blalock each Top Prices for Wrecked Car

doubles for BPOE. Joey Bakken while 24 Hour Wrecker Service

doubled for the police
Fuel Oil
Pre- -
and Jimmy
E. Kevin Kelley
single. Used Can -
had a I
vatt each ScheduleThursday. New Innersprings PUMPSNEW USED VACUUM cleaners re- George E. LaRue Hwy. Ml N. Waldo

Jomu. May 8-6 vm.Tn- CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop ccr.dt'or.cd: : $15 up. 10 different I 4O-1M8
changed 'ertr, brands to choose from. INSURANCE
This Question: Mce vs So. Discount.9. becauseof Up to 15 word. ____.- 1.25 Us A Card or Call SALES-PARTS..SERVICE Pits ti excellent: repairs all fire Homeowner* MUST SACRIFICE K.: Laura

About from Friday May (Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-9166 Deep & f hallow Weal: "'rat:'.)s. Wa'.son's House of St. 2 bedrooms. concrete

"A fire in our duplex fore Band Concert.9-6 PMBPOE: Each word over 15 .. .07 MRS. PEGGY SHALLER Water Softeners & Filters Vncuur.s. lit N. Main, Gainesville ::- LIFE &: ACCIDENT block. Low down payment balance -
May 209 E. Adkins st Height 41S-MM
ed us out for 3 months during Friday. Expert SeJ''i.e On 376-7110. tfchg Keystone $50 per month

repairs. The other ten- WM nd8ay. Poto Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired All Makes BILL POWELL, Broker
12-3:30: .
ant has his rent and extra May paid In advance ___. .35 Upholstered & Refinished OIL' YOU KNOW' it's easy to W4-6464
Plumbing Service
MEN WANTED Men cottage
Coke own a Loi.gcnamp. Home?
expenses paid by his 13 8:30: So. Phone 964.7061 21. Startingpay BOZEMAN
Tuesday. May Better DulH for F>r4a! living parents age over WOODROW
Policy under the clause Memorials Resolution Starke Agent .
BPOE. $295 month, promotion opportunities LAWNMOWER SHOP
Discount vs DURRANCE PUMP Youx plan or ours
"additional living expense" HASTINGS MATTRESS
Your lot Contact Bu- : and regular in- J3S N. TEMPLE. STARKE
7 or ours.
Ten- cents per word AND SUPPLY CO.
Does such a THE RIGHT POINT let' the & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I ford Mitchell phone C8468.13 creases In pay. 8 hour day 5 PHONE 964-Un

ants Policy also cover theft way you write. Com In 710 Lemon St. PaUtka I : P O. Box 238. Starke day week, sick leave, vacations, 4tp 5-1
and liability coverage CARDS OF THANKS
and select your favorite 1:1TERBRO : INSURANCEAT tT.1 state ;retirement. IX Interested
? ... please apply In person Personnel Eunice Nunrery
It fountain l 50 words or IOM --_- '.CO REDUCED RATES
MARY .Manager Sunland Training Cen- Annuals, nice roses. Azaleas S
Charley E. Each word over 50 __ .07 AUTO. FIRE. BOAT JIMMY MOORE'S ter.. Gainesville Fla. for $1.00 in containers. Blueber-
DOYLE E. CONNER ries, good selection of ornamental -
An equal opportunity employ
JOHNS AGENCY Trade At HomeFor INSURANCE AGENCY SUN SPORTS er. shrubs. 2 miles N. Lawtcy on
CARTER t tehff
OFFICIAL 301. turn at sign. Phone 781-


Ojen Daily 8 A.M. 5:30 P, M. AGENCYFor
964-5070 and Community Progress
Except: Saturday 8-12 NoonHILL'S PAINTS All Your
Starke Ph. 664-5791 time sewing machine operators.
-- "' -'-"- '--' Mobile Homes Insurance NeedsSpecializing
GARAGEKeystone Single and. double needle. Must
Truck load discount prices in be experienced. Excellent work-
Heights NEW and USED
Telephone 473-4465 Hunter Flshlrg Boats by Ca- Mobile Home Insurance Ing conditions. Paid Hospltaliza-
8-10-12' Wide
col Craft 12' 14 $189.00 up. Ph. Starke 9646818WANTED tion. Apply in person Cadillac
NEW Good QualityReasonably ..d Uniform Mfg. Co.. 441 Brown-
FOR RENT: TV sets baby I
Priced! : Used Wrlnser-Wash-I lee St. Starke. Itchg
beds. elec. guitars amplifiers, .
Gainesville 378-2785 Goof er. Will pay cash or take In.
refrigerators: day or week. DA- WANTED Relief Cook. FURNITURE Refinishing upholstering -

HMER'S, 9647923. tf-chg DoItYourselfSEAMLESS I Serviced. Guaranteed and salary, good working oondit'ons. trade on anything. DAHMER'S cabinetwork, antiques -

." Delivered In Starke Area Apply Longhorn Restaurant 9647923. tf-chg restored to their original

SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned, NO EXTRA COST 301 South. tfohg WILL BUY: Used Appliances beauty. Call C. E. Jackson

oiled and adjusted in your I US 441 N. 45
home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs Gainesville 378-CTM of value. DAHMER'SBLACK 9645370. tfchg
also. All work guaranteed The Rancher

Dennis E. Coggins. Phone 431- FLOORINGWE BERRIES cultivated Lake Front Properties

1428. tfchg: SEWING MACHINES !! Inc. Start ripening approximately I Acreages large and small

l largest selections frogs ; choose. Pfaff. Necchl. Nelc(). Waldo on 301 H ml. from Trailer Lots
iller Brown MAKE i New Home it Universal. GainesvilleVaccinate Schenk's Lounge, follow signs. Homes, BusinessesS.

REPAIR ALL MAKES. Now For: Phone 468-1483. after 6
.. KEYSMEN ; Horses Sleeping Sickness p.m.4t58 E. McKay
National Sewing 'IMachrne
; I Cattle Blackleg
I REDUCE safe and fast with Go .
-- Realtor Appraisal Service
& Mal. Edema
: Co., Bese tablets and E-Vap "water

.Volkswagen 611 W. University Ave. 378-13SS I Drenches & Vaccines p.lls.:: Andrews\ Pharmacy.lOtp Keystone Ht3. 473.4816
WANTED Laundry Galnenvllle Lowest Prices 6-28

New workers, Kitchen aids, laborers -
cottage parents watchman SINGER AUTOMATIC
Sale-. Service cooks and clerks, ground- No. 900 Retirement Special". FOR SALE-Deep lot. 117 foot CONSOLE MODEL COLLEGE STUDENT
frontage 301 North of starke. machine: Zigzags, blind Full Part Time
keeper, truck driver. Five Frame bungalow 5 rooms Sewing or
1 MI. North 01 Mall
GAINESVILLEFOR Trb I day week, eight hour day. bath, ,porch: Newly painted. Two driveways, near motels. stitches, buttonholes: decorates, APPLY IN PERSON

Open wide and ah. Ctate retirement: vacations, Nice fenced lot. Just $6.000. Good potential. Phone 904-6240 etc. Original price $300. Has a TASTEEFREEZEXPERIENCED
say 721-3567 Jacksonville.:
sick leave. If interested please $84 balance, or reliable party
apply in person Personnel No. 803 Cattle Ranch, 80 ,acres 2tchg 5.8 in this area can assume $8 mon WAITRESS.

SALE Manager, Sunland Training close in. Rustic home Mod thly payments. Will take older -
Surprise.You Concrete block TAKE UP PAYMENTS: 1967 Wanted. Longhorn Restaurant.
thought you were going to see a house; 3 bedroom, 1 bath cen- Center, Gainesville. Fla. ern kitchen Terms.-pecans and fruit. Frontier: Family First. 2 bed- machine In trade. Phone COLLECT 301; South apply In person. tfchy

tral heat & air-conditioning. Cor- An equal opportunity employer 35500. room, front kitchen 12x56. Jacksonville 353-194f.
roomy, homely Volkswagen station wagon. ner lot. Phone 964-5367. tfobg Strout Realty Over $1,600 has been paid on this night or day. Ask for Credit I have 2nd Mortgage Money

But it's a new kind of roomy, homely tfchg Reg. Broker I coach. Malt: 2 payments and Manajer. Will\ deliver, no oblijatlon available.. Call W. T. PelU l1li'-

Volkswagen station wagon.To FOR SALE LOTS Sampson 2117 N. Temple Ave. move in. .- Bonanza Mobile :!. 1606 Main Street. ton, 378-1005. Gainesville Fla.

begin with, getting in is easier: the Lake. Soft frontage $2,000. call SEVERAL GOOD USED Add Starke.Ph. 961-6609 Fla. Hems, 4431 N.W. 13th St.. Stohg! 5-29 2tp 5-17

front doors are lower and wider. And with Jim Rowe. 1-305-322-2948, Sanford Ing: Machines for sale eleo Gainesville P-or.,' 372-4286. WILL KEEP children! in my EXTRA FINE Oak Pedestal
6tp 5-8 tries; subtraction, credit bal 4tohg 5-13 314 N. Church
hems any hours.( Tables Rebuilt Piano :Fine China -
the side door we've achieved milestonein
a ance. Bradford County Telegraph 2tp 5-8
St. Cabinets and Antiques.Carey's -
FOR RENT Furnished air.
station wagon doordom. It slides. tf CAMPER I Florida Trader Hl-
i I conditioned bachelor apartment, CONSOLE COMBO
Once inside, you might even think you're STARLINGFARM I $50 month. Renner .Apt 633 Mc. Take STEREO up payments on 2-monthcid way 21 (Blending Blvd.). Orange

in a normal car. Everything's padded. Including FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE WoES Mahon. Phone 9601-<<179. tfohgFAYE'S beautiful Stereo Console, Park. 2tehg 5-15

the dashboard, visors, and the arm SUPPLY ready for occupancy. :3 bed- I.I FABRICS. Hiway 301 like rew. 4-speed record chang. HELP WANTED Male full-

rests. (Besides looking like a car, we've 225 E. Andrews room 2 bath. Located Just 2920 Waldo Road I1a mi. north of Waldo. Open er-combination! radio. Baton time 18.25 must be in good
outside of city limits In Gainesville 378-0691 cue:!: $61,01"$9 per month. Phone health. Bundle Boys Cutting -
Fri., Sat. nights till 9. Sundays,
improved suspension so it even rides Plnebree
Easy monthly Jacksonville 353-1946 ,
Phone 964-6067 Authorized Dealer 127. Weekdays 96. TFchg COLLECT Shipping. Apply in person -
like a car.) Lower term Lnngchamp Cost: Co. I I "Stareraft" "Dreamer" I night or day. Ask for Credit Cadillafe Uniform Mfg. Co.. 441
There are bucket seats up front. And Contact Bifoic. MltcA.Il. "Wheel Camper" FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick '.Manager.. Will\ deliver, no obli Brownlee St., Staxke Itchg!
Nhere Vaccinate Now For: Lone 964-6853 P O Bon i home, central heat and air ratio! 1606 Main Street.
most cars have something called a ?3fl SUrke. tfrb. I Travel Trailer Track condition, conveniently located Stchar 529FOR FOR SALE Daylilies. Taylor<

console, the new box has an aisle. (If the Horses Sleeping Sick Campers Fold Downs> unfurnished. 323 N. Walnut St ti Russell. My seedlings. Bring
ness Cattle Blackleg SALES A" SERVICE i III I RENT Office space: ap- container. Katie Wimberly. 637
mood should strike you, you can walk the FOR RENT-One 4 room furnished Inquire at premises or cal
length of the box.) Drenches & VaccinesFOR one bedroom apartment. I Starke 964-7753 or prox. 810 sq. ft. 120 Lawrence N. Walnut. 2tchg! 5-15
9646491.tfchii East of Post
I Blvd. 1st building
Utilities furnished. Phone 964. FOR RENT in Starke. Attractive
So when you look inside the new box I Office. Keystone. Apply Key FURNISHED garage apart-
6852. tfchg 3 bedroom home. Desirable lo-
expect to be pleasantly surprised. But not RENT4 room furnished cation. Also apartments. W. H. : BOOKKEEPER or; Accounting .stone Cleavers: for key ,and de ment on Klngstey Lake for
rent. Nice for couple or bach-
clerk with 5 yeans experience tails. 2t
overwhelmed. apartment. Private entrance Hcuse for sale Pink of the Nollman. tfchg 'I
elor. Phone 533-2301. tfcng
wishes work in Stark; area.
Adults. Phone 964-6149, 224 W. Palms. Keystone\ Heights Large Small unfurnished J.
Because boxes station FOR RENT -
as go, our wagonis Lafayette St. 2tohg 5-8 living: room dinning room, 2 BUY. SELL TRADE: Uaed Please write "N" % Bradford house conveniently .

now pretty fancy.But bedrooms 1 1-2 baths Florida Furniture. Appliances Toys, Ocunty Telegraph Drawer A. located.2 bedroom Big Yard.. 245 N. Bay WANTED I,

as station wagons go, it's still a box. Anyone should be proud to roam, large screened< porch, and Took. Wlmberly's Trading Starke. itp St. tfohg I

live In this 3 bed .room 1 bath path. Central air conditioning Poet, 7434 Blandlm Blvd.. FOR RENT Sniall 2 bedroom G. Station Attendant .

MILLER-BROWN dwelling with large living room and heat. On paved road no Jacksonville. tfchg furnished house. T49 N. WalnutSt. DISHWASHER Wanted. :Longhorn r
lots of closet space, large kit- assessments, low taxes, accessto Restaurant. 301 Full time. All fringe
Call 964-7444 or 964-6070. Itp
chen and dining area. Two lots Lake Brooklyn and many HELP WANTED Male b Female etits, good hour: good,

VOLKSWAGEN .UTHOKIXO on paved corner. Some appliances other privileges. Landscaped: lot $1.60 hr.. 5 day'uneek.Con FOR RENT -Furnished: mobile Pay call 782-9827 for

.' U. S.141 North Gainesville drapes etc.. Seen ,by 1 appointment with bearing fruit trees. Reason tact Florida Fryers Inc.. Hawthorne home good location. 337 N FOR RENT Large furnished Personal V4a w1a nBV.* ****.
i i A. J. Thomas, Real- ably oriced. Call 473-4633. Rd.. Gainesville Fla. or Walnm St Gladys Harrington, apartment. Utilities furnished. .
tor Tel. 9645701. 2tchg 5-11 call 3761400. 4tchg 549 tfchg Phone 964-2205. Itch::
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