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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 15, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Board RequestsCafeteria Rep. Shaw
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ApprovesMeasure
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is DeadIn :',-:'.."

W-.f: request for dollar-for-dollar" Using construction compar-

'f federal matching funds to builda able to the vo-tech center the

f $110,000 cafeteria which can proposed building would cost
t r 't. ywT also be used as a classroom $17.32 per square foot or about A general bill granting:
I t
BlazeA space on the site of Bradford- $127,000 Morgan said However home rule to Florida coun-

s \ r Union Vo-Tech Center. !he said using paint on walls!! instead ties is' expected to reach

The proposed food service cen- of the spray glaze used In the floor of the House of

14-year-old girl, was: yr t"l d ter would also serve the 800 the vo-tech center, leaving off Representatives Thursdayor

found dead after fire swept students at the Bradford Middle accoustical insulation, using Friday, Rep Gene Shaw
through her home on the groundsof t School located on the old Con- cheaper tile for floors and leav-
told
The
the Florida State Prison I way Airprt with the vo-tech center ing off sidewalks around the Telegraph late

early Monday morning. outside costs might be reducedto Tuesday.
tier parents. Mr. and Mrs 110000.]
Decision to try for the cafete- It has already been approved -
Thomas J. Forsythe were hos-
That is the route the Board Senate. The bill
pitalized with burns and in L ria instead of saving local cap- by the
instructed Morgan to take. Better lodged In the Local Gov-
ital outlay and debt service was
shock after attempting to reach
items will be bid as alternates enunent Committee of the
their daughter. They were still funds towrd a new high schoolwas
if tbs project is approved House Wednesday.
hospitalized Tuesday but des- A 7 1.2 cent raise stands in the way of love as Sid fires Babe In the made after two hours of and can be added if moneyis The Bradford representative
cribed as in satisfactory con- discussion by three School
Cancer Society's production "Pajama Game. available. indicated the statewide bill
:dition. Thomas also had lacerations Board members. Architect Don
Supt. Tom Casey told the would do about the same thingas
of the hands.Atwoyearold and Supt. Tom Casey
Morgan, board it has $30.000: in state bill he has
now the home rule pro-
son, Tommy 'Pajama Game' To Be StagedA Board Members Charles Sawyer capital outlay funds due it with posed would do. It would give
and Forsvthn'B' hnnthnr and his Seeber Goodman, and Rod-
wife also survived the fire which Hall finally decided there another $28.000 due by July 1. counties the right to govern

destroyed the rear half of the ney is choice since stu- a total of 64000. If the State themselves without having to

Forsythe residence. A neigh 28-member cast will present "The Pajama Game," nga, Gerald Tucker, Mike Reddish, Jackie Burch, really dents from no vo-tech center and Department approved the appli- run to the Legislature every
James R. Caddell, saw the Jim Lawson and cation for matching funds there session for permission to passa
bor Broadway musical comedy, tomorrow and Saturday Joyce Williams, Maxine Tucker, middle school are now eating in
glare from the fire and ran o- could be a total of $128,000 available local ordinance.
nights May 16-17 at 8 in the Bradford Gerald Guswiler. already overcrowded cafeterias
p.m. High .
to lie found the adults -
ver help. But it also retains veto power
Members of the chorus are David Savage, Paul Middle School students go to
School Auditorium.
and young Tommy outsidethe If Morgan does hold construc- the county action for the
house and took Tommy home Admission is $1 and all proceeds will go to the Faulkner, Ernestine Denmark, Margie Dowling, Sandi Starke Elementary for lunch, tion costs to $110,000 the entire over Legislature."It'll .
the first shift starting as earlyas
with him. Bradford County Cancer Society, the sponsoring or- Sanders, Janis Paul, Susan Salazer, Lnda Lawson, studentsare project will cost more becauseof be a surprise to me

A postive determination of ganization.Joan Montie Wasdin, Martha Inman, Mabel Sanders, and 10:30: a.m. Vo-tech at Bradford his fee and furniture and ad- If it passes the house." Shaw

the cause of the blaze still had Doris Ann Spengler. presently eating (Continued on Page Four) said Tuesday night. It has
and Bob Burch the sandwich
not been made when a state fire :Chitty play romantic High or getting a been the opinion of most house

marshall Investigating the case leads. Sylvia Reddish and Richard Jockel are the Music is by Mona Canova at the piano, Charlotte from a machine at the vo-tech members that the general home

left Tuesdav. according to Pri- comedy leads as love and labor get confused over 7 1-2 Green at the and Jim Lawson center. rule bill had small' chance of
son Supt. Don R. Hassfurder. cent pay raise at a pajama factory. organ, playing the With the transfer of RJE High; passage, Shaw said.. But since

However, it looked as if the The all local talent presentation is directed by drums. students to BHS next fall the Tax Duties the Senate has passed the bill

fire may have started on the Richard .Jockel who has brought "Wildcat" "Okla- Hank Green is handling sound effects, and Vincent high school cafeteria will be It might have a good chance of
said. crowded than add-
Hassfurder now. he
back porch, even more In the House
The rear half of the house bur- home" and "Swinging High" to Bradford County. Spengler and Delores! Dampier the lighting. Stage The Boar is already considering passage ed.

ned. The girl's bedroom was Other members of the cast are Bill Dampier Joe crew is Pat Spengler! Charles Hall, and Jennifer'Jackel. sources of funds for a sec- May Go

adjacent to the back porch. Gissy, Gerald Williams Jeanne Gratteau, Phil Velle- ond serving ]line there should Sen. Bob Saunders, D-

She was found dead, after the -.-- the situation become unwork- Gainesville, was a prime spon-
Prison Fire Department putout able next year.Monday's sor of the home rule bill in

the blaze on the end of a bed Zoning Board! decision was to To CountyA the Senate. He has pushedthe

In the middle bedroom. She build a 7,300 square foot food general bill all along, but

was apparently attempting to Gets Call St. Riot Convictions center which can also doubleas until this week It was thoughtits

make her way toward the classroom space on the vo- bill now before the Florida chances were dim. Saunders:

front of the house and away from tech site. Architect Don Morgantold Senats would consolidate under And Sen. Robert Shevln, D-

the fire when overcome by Drive Problem the three board membersthat each county the duties .of as- Introduceda

smoke. it Is about % of the build- sessing and collecting all ad Maml, who also
to have rule bill in the Senate,
The fire Is thought home
started around 2:45: a.m. The A request to pave a driveway Overturned AgainLegal ing which will ultimately be a valorem taxes, according to said the bills will free mem-
food service center at the vo- Gene Shaw.
fire department reached the across a vacant lot on Call Rep. bers of the Legislature to devote -

scene right away, accordingto Street to serve the drive-In tech site. full time to statewide prob
the House 94-
Hassfurder. But the super- window .of the Community State The bill passed lems.
intendent termed it "really re- Bank has been 'turned over to action Invovllrw eight; ten ordered that judgements 20 last week with Shaw and Rep. Shaw said all legisla-

markable" that firemen were the Starke Zoning Board. RaIford Inmates charged with and sentences against the seven Rep. Ralph Tyre voting againstIt. tors are now holding in abeyance -

able to save any part of the The bank has, purchased: from rioting on May 27, 1965, con- Inmates be vacated. Judge Pat- The pair dick\so at the requestof all local home rule

house. 'the Hollls Knight Estate the tinues, and seven of the Inmates ten told The Telegraph he did every municipality in their bills to see what happens to

Forsythe is a correctional vacant lot on Call Street between were among those plead- this in view of the fact that district. Shaw said. the general bill.

officer at the prison. lie was the Bradford...Barber Shop ing not guilty when the spring they were tried joinly and because -

reared In Jacksonville and and Half Moon Hotel and directly term of CircultCourtgotunderway of the First Supreme If approved by the Senate, and The Senate sent Monday to

moved to Ralford in 1960. to the .rear of the bank. Monday. Court decision. I Shaw expects it to pass that the Governor a bill, already

Request for the driveway was Conviction of the eighth Inmate Standing trial on charges of 1 -. body, the bill will take from passed by the House, settingup

brought up at a special meeting Bennie Brooks, has been rioting will be Willie C. Hill- ,ft. I municipalities the power to assess the procedure for adoptionof

Uniform Pay of the City Council Monday overturned for the second time map, James Waddell, Jimmie ; '-'\ ... and collect taxes. Cities county ordinances under the
afternoon Members of the Zon. by the Supreme Court accord- Lee Thornton, Richard F. De- would have to pay countiesa new home rule provisions in
Revealed
Plan Ing to Circuit Judge George Voe, James E. Lasiter, Carl!
ing Board are John Torode, fee for the service. the new state Constitution.Given .
Patten. Details of the second T. Paschal and Johnnie Will- / by the
37-0 approval
Den.
Mrs. Margaret Hall, S. G. :
uniform plan for county decision were not available (
A pay at
iams Jr. Trial will be held bill
"any
pro-
officials In Florida has been revealed mark, and Inman Green.In this time. Shaw says he doesn't see Senate, the procedure
sometime after June 9. the commis-
other action at the special monumental savings" under vides for county
tried
George Firestone The eight Inmates were
by Rep.
Brooks was tried a second bill for small counties such as sioners, after 15 days notice,
the Council:
Dade County Democrat, meeting to sell jointly and Brooks appealed his time on May 14, 1968, and was ":" Bradford But he pointed out it to pass local ordinances. It
as a means of ending the voted unlmously first conviction all the way to again convicted. It was this : also required that copies of
the old city street sweeper to the top. On Dec. 18 1967 will save money in more popu-
"crossword puzzle approachthat for
second conviction that was recently .of the state where each ordinance be available
the City of Keystone Heightsfor the high Court voided that lated areas
tremendousInequities" con-
rM.
Bias resulted in In the
$250. viction on the thatBrook's overturned by the Sup- \ tax collecting and assessing Is sale to the public.
grounds
in salaries. an
,
reme Court. H. computers case of an emergency
done by
Instructed Clerk Merrill confession was obtained -
to Introducethe without
Firestone planned ordinance could be passed -
bill following public Edwards to obtain prices for after he spent 14 days In a the first to Bradford County Ls moving to notice, but only
pay Fifteen other defendants have Mrs. Rose Tomlinson (right) was open a new the 15 days
hearings this week. paving 1,050 feet of North Street windowless sweatbox" and entered pleas of not guilty and' account when First Federal Savings & Loan Association of the use of computers. upon vote of 4/5 of the membership -
In Reno from the Columbia Paving was fed only a small amount of John II.A. Murphree set of the county comm-
Judge Starke opened Its doors Monday In Its new building on W. Shaw is basically "agreedwith
would give the same Co. which presently Is doing
His plan soup. the cases for trial for 14 beginning ission.
the arguments profferedby
salary to the tax assessor tax work at the new county court- Acting on a motion filed by June 9. The defendantsand Madison Street. Opening the account for Mrs. Tomllnson Is the of the bill" but

collector, sheriff! and court house site and has equipment one of the Inmates acting as the charges on which they Mrs. Judy Brown, who reported a "busy day" Monday In First "I voted sponsors against it because I Officials Pay

clerks in each county but the !in his own attorney. Judge Pat- will be tried are: Federal's new location cities should have There has been no further
the
felt that
pay would be in proportion to John Olin McCauley, 32, two to progress on pay raises for
been given a local option as
the population.Nine counts of forgery and utter- Shaw also
the county officials. Rep. :
participation In program.
town.Shaw Ing forgery on Feb. 26. William First Federal
"Secondly," he said, "I feel said Tuesday night.
pay brackets would range Has L, Paar, 18, who is charged Bradford officials have requested -
that In of the small counties -
some
from $9.000 for officials in coun- with the!! same crimes, is in a Increases from $9,000to
ties with fewer than 6.000 peo- Georgia prison. we are just not going to $12,000 Officials
per year.
ple, up to $20,000 In counties Gary Nelson, possession of a Open House realize any great savings" from salaries have been set by local -
with populations over 300000. still and still apparatus on Oct. the bill at this time. legislators but no decisionhas

22 1968. been made this year, pre-
Clyde Hogan McKae, 24, and Another reason consolidationof sumably due to the possibility
Rough
DayA William Robert McRae, 28, aggravated Set the tax responsibilities is desired of passage of a statewide uni-
Sunday from the state level
1 assault on Feb. 22. comes form salary bill.
Cancer Hayden Dlnklns, grand larceny Shaw said. The comptroller'soffice

SocietyTo in connection with the has the responsibility to A Miami lawmaker Monday

Stage'Pajama strong proponent of the cab- he could work with liberal south theft of an automobile trans- Open house for the newly according to President B. F. look over tax rolls to determineIf revealed a uniform pay plan for

Game' lent system, Rep. Gene Shaw Florida Democrats but now mission on March 17. completed First Federal SavIngs Mizell just value laws are being met .'1 county officials to end a

:Tad a rough day Tuesday as doubts It seriously. Milton Danile"Buck"Carter, and Loan Association New features include a night and many other duties. Receiving crossword puzzle approachthat

at BHS the Florida House of Repre- The strong reorganization bill 47, receiving of stolen goods building at Madison and Bay depository and a drive up tell- rolls from so many sources has resulted in tremen-
sentatives voted in a reorgan- placing the governor was passed belonging to Hackney Co. of Streets Is scheduled from 2-4 has made that "a mamoth dous inequities." Rep. George

Friday, Saturday ization move for a strong Tuesday by a 70.43 coalition Lake City on Feb. 18. p.m. Sunday, May 18. er.An outstanding feature, of the task," Shaw said which will be Firestone, D-Miami, said he

8 p.m. governor. of liberal Democrates and Republicans Henry Lee Cain and Moses A ribbon cutting new location will be the land- simplified if the duties are con- plants to introduce the pay bill
ceremony
"The 35-40 conservative De- Shaw says Lee Cain, larceny of a dog solidated under 67 tax assessor. after public hearings this week.
is scheduled at 1:45 with scaping and sprinkler system.A .
:
mocracts are finding no homeIn "I'm very much perturbedwith and attempted larceny of dogs p.m.
$1 Admission Mayor Carl Hurst doing the time and temperature sign Rep. Shaw, however, Is skep-
the House now, Shaw said the House liberal Democrats owned Pete Sparks Nov.
session in whichan by honors. There will be no other has also been Installed as partof The City of Starke at present ical of the chances of a uni-
HELP FIGHT after Tuesday being In bed with Republicans 22, 1968.
to program or speeches. the new structure. The uses the county tax assess form pay plan.Firestone's.
amendment place planning "
Cancer budgeting, purchasing, doesn't, Shaw said be,adding there Clyde Leroy Saunders and Four door prizes will be given official time Is correct Mizell ments paying a fee for ..it. but plan would give
to much the
personnel, motor pool and data seem Thomas McDonald Penley, two away. They will be savings accounts says, but the temperature gad- collect the taxes it self. City the same salary to the tax

processing under the full cabinet conservatives can do about it. counts of forgery and utteringof of $100, $50, and two of get has been giving trouble but Clerk Merrill said the new law assessor, tax collector, sher-
failed. Terming the House reor- forgery. $25.Employess Is expected to be correct by will cause the city to have to iff, and court clerks in each

"It appears the House is on a ganization" "absolutely horr- Fred Carlton Turner, grand moved Into the new Sunday. It registered 107 de- pay another fee to the county county but the salary bracketsfor

course to adopt a (reorganization ible, Shaw said he could have larceny of six radios from Gay's facility over the weekend. gees one afternoon this week, "and we are getting along just counties would increase in

) bill that will grant untold lived the Senate version which Home Appliances on June 3, The new 25,000 square foot Mizell said, adding he'd received fine like we are. We have no line with the population.Nine .

This Space Contributed powers to the governor," left General Administrative 1968. A co-defendant,Alphonzo facility was bulltbyTriestCon- "a thousand calls" and complaints" population brackets wouli
Services under the Cabinet. struction Co of Keystone Hei finally turned the sign off range from $9,000 for officials
Weekly to Publicize Shaw said, terming, Tuesdayone Harper pled guilty to the chargeIn
Shaw announced on the floor October and was sentenceto ghts. Architect was Don Mor- "That !Is a public service that Shaw said proponents of the in counties with fewer than
- Community Events by of the worse days he has ex-
perienced in the bf House Tuesday a meeting In 18 months In the Florida gan of Orange Park. The: pre- has been needed here for bill argue that consolidation of 6,000 people up to $20,000 in
state House. the Rules Committee room so stressed concrete building has the FF counties with populations over
The "What we've State Prison. years president add- this power into the hands of
Community known <
as the opponents of the reorganizationcould of brown pebble ed >nn 000.
outer panels seriously.
'cabinet Lucine Blocker, larceny ofa county would make the assess-
system' is In The Firestone
State Bank Jeopardy" the great battle as a unit but very hog Jan. 5, belonging to Will- finish.A First Federal opened for bus- ment and collection of taxes a plan would end
islator added. Bradford leg- few showed up, he said. ard Thomas. more efficient facility than iness In Starke July 24, 1964 more economical and efficient the practice of allowing offlcials -

insuredup Such a concentration of power Lenwood Cuffee, Jr., 18, two the rented quarters First Federal and will be five years old this operation to supplement their salaries
Accounts now "I'm by removing duplicityof
beginning to
believe with fees. The fees wouldgo
should not be placed In
simply the
counts of breaking and enteringInto previously occupied, July 24. Assests have grown
to $15,000 by George Wallace was right when the hands on one man, Shaw the home of Aaron Holley, new building will enable the Sav- from zero to $4 million at authority. The comptroller'soflce to the county.
he said there Is finds it particularly difficult
Federal Deposit Insurance not a dime's Officials In Bradford: County
says. present.
difference In the two Dec. 20-21, 1968. ing and Loan Association to pro- now to resolve differences
major Proponents of the Leglsla- The collect very little pay In fees
Corp. savings and loan
parties," Shaw said. The Brad vide better serive, and will have assContinued between city and county pay now; the practice has almost

ford legislator said he thought (Continued on Page Four) '(cOntinued' on Page. Four) more space and more parking, ( on Page Four) rolls. died out tier*.



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Stork Shower Spring Luncheon

i : Of Interest Tb.T.WOMEN:. For Mrs. Gene Pass Given By FHAThe


Y Mrs. Gene Pass was honoredat P Bradford County Future

a stork .shower Monday nightat Homemakers of America held

the :home of Mrs. Jewel Noe- their spring luncheon on April -t

: gel given: by Mrs. John Odom 30 In the home ecooiomlca room
IH, Mrs. Donald Carter and
the club colors
e at BHS, where
Clad). Mooty: Phone 964-7603 ** (Mrs. Doug Inman.Arrangements of red and white were .used In .,
of and I
roses decorating Guests and sponsors : ..
.
gladioli used In the party
. Junior Club Installs OfficersAt UDC Luncheon rooms. The were refreshment table a. w were the club each flower.presented a red rose. I I

was covered with a cutwork
Banquet Saturday Evening Marks 75thAnniversary N cloth and centered by a Hall- ...

mark baby carriage. President Dotty Rhoden pre-

P J Games were played during sided, and the devotl.ondWas, / '"

the and given by Judy Whitehead, par-
evening prizes awarded.
Mrs R. A. Green, Mrs. H. L. <.1 lunch
liamentarian. Following
--*' and CUts were presented to the !honoree ,
Dinkins
Speer, Mrs. L. F. .. I
( : eon, Rebecca McMillan introduced -
.In an old fashioned cradle.
Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr. were co- .
.Jo the speaker Mrs. Joyce
The 30( guests Included Mrs.
7, at ..
hostesses Wednesday. May
Rlherd, who discussed com- I
entertained Betty Crawford, mother of the
12:30: o'clock when they
members of the W. T. honoree, Mrs. Elise Pass and .Lr. munity health.
Phyllis Johns ;Mrs L. D. Green.
UDC at lunch-
a
.. Weeks Chapter
and the regular monthly Weds Mr. ArnoldIn The hostesses presented the Guests included several mem- Jewell-Dement
eon honoree with a bottle sterilizer Mrs. Rose Lee bers of the! school faculty. Sponsors -

meeting at Holiday Inn. FolkstonMiss complete with "baby bottles as of the club are Mrs. Maxine Engagement ToldLt.
The occasion was also :in celebration And Chris Perales
a memento of the occasion. Gibson and Mrs. Virginia* Wald-
'of the 75th birthday anniversary
of the organization. Phyllis Johns of Stark!; ?. Wed SaturdayMrs. mire. Com. (USN) and Mrs.

The U-shaped luncheon table daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Harvey E. Jewell, of Lafayette,

was decorated with arrange- T. Johns of Brewton, Ala., Rose Lee, daughter of ind. formerly of Norfolk Va.

New ments of red and pink :roses In and Tom Arnold, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs J. S. Woods, and I and Grosse Polnte Woods
officers Junior Woman's Club (from left): MrsLarry silver and crystal compotes and and Mrs. E. Arnold of Pensa- I $** Chris, Perales were united In Mich., announce the engagementof

McAllister, 1st vloe president; Mr!. Bill Chambers, president; bowls. cola were united in marriage marriage Saturday afternoon at their daughter, Sylvia Lynn,

Mrs. Duane Dukes, treasurer. Corsages of pink sweetheart Tuesday, May 13, In Folkston j t 4 o'clock at the Perales homeon to A1C Gary Ross Bement son
DeWitt! of Mr, and Mrs. T. H. Bement
rosebuds pink tulle and rib State Road 16. Rev.
Chambers first vice-president Ga.Miss
The Junior Woman's Club : Johns is a 1964 graduate the candle- Jr., of Starke, formerly of Cen-
bon, and pink rose petals bas- Farabee performed
(held Mrs second
its annual Larry McAllister,
banquet and installation
kets holding mints and candy of W. S. Neal High School in light ceremony In the presenceof terville, Pa. and Jamestown,
of vice-president Mrs. J. C.
officers ; Dukes
Saturday
on Brewton Ala. and Is employedas Y.
Immediate family anda N.
May 10 at the club house. secretary, Mrs. Marc Jackson, were given as favors. the:
graduateof
Wlnn Dixie Food Jewell Is 1966
treasurer: Mrs. Duane Dykes. The birthday cake, given by cashier at f1 few close friends. Miss a
/IMrs. L. of Store. \ the couple were Granby High School in Norfolk
The president, Mrs. Kenneth The senior sponsor Is Mrs. Vincent G. Powell president Attending
Fuqua, gave the welcome and Spengler. the local chapter, and Mrs. W. Mr. Arnold graduated from Travis.: Woods and Mrs. Estelle and will graduate from the

summary of the club year. H. Nollman was placed on a Pensacola High School and has Foster, brother and sister of the Detroit Practical Nursing Cen-

Club Woman of The Year, small table at one end of the been associated! with the Florida /bride. ter this month.

Mrs Alban Brooke, district elected by the juniors, was Mrs. room. The two-tiered cake, Iced Highway Patrol, In the Com- The bride wore a pink linen i Mr. Bement Is a 1965 graduateof

four Junior director was the Wayne Whlffen. :In white and decorated with red munications department since street length dress complemented Bradford High School and attended -

speaker for the evening and In charge of the banquet pre- roses, was placed on an old October. m with contrasting pink accessories college prior to enlistment

also installed the following off'.- parations was Mrs. Elizc Sanders fashioned doily and surroundedby The couple Is residing at the and a yellow-throated or- in Air Force. He is now

cers: president, Mrs. Bill ruffles of white aquanet.Mrs. Harrington apartments, 337 N. chid corsage.A .serving: as computer specialistat
Powell presided over the Walnut Street.Alpha : ; small reception was held Selfridge Air Force Base,

1 business meeting and welcomed .. jf1'1 following the ceremony. The Mount Clemens. Mich.

Stump Home Scene New Officers Mrs. Thomas W. Lester, division ( bride's table was covered with No date has been set for the
j
Yind of linen cloth and centered wedding
president guest speaker a white
Of Coffee For ....
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Installed Nu
By Jacksonville, and Mrs. Albert ChapterOf with a two-tiered wedding cake

Miss EppersonThe H. Miller, division treasurer of topped with a bride and groom.
Beta Sigma Phi Gainesville.Mrs. DKG Observes Marcia Kay BrooksTo Mrs. Tommy Woods cut the Evelyn ThomsonIs flower Show

home of Mrs. Lillian F. J. Pellum, historian AnniversaryA Wed Mr. JonesMrs. cake a.nd Mrs. Travis Woods
Mrs. Freddie Stephens was EngagedMr
Stump was the setting for a read two poems by Archibald presided at the punch bowl.
installed as president of Beta Opens TodayAt
lovely coffee Thursday morningof Phi meet- Rutledge, "The Heart's Citadel"and candle-lighting ceremony: Lola Williamson of Following a short weddingtrip W. H. Thomson
Sigma sorority at a and Mrs.
last week honoring Miss Sally "Our Conquerors." highlighted the birthday cele- Starke and J. T. Brooks of the couple :is residing at
ing in the home of Mrs. W. H. of JMontl&ello announced the engagement PrisonThe
Ann Epperson given by Miss Mrs. Powell announced that bration of Alpha' Nu Chapter. Green Cove Springs announcethe the Perales home.Birthday daughter,
Johns on Wilson Road Mon.ciaynight. of their
Stump, Mrs J. R. Kite. Mrs. the covered dish luncheon will: Delta Kappa Gamma Society :In engagement and approachIng Hamilton. ,
Brian Lee
David Montgomery Mrs. Char. be held the first Wednesday In Lake Butler high school library marriage of their daughter, Evelyn, to Ninth Annual Flower
les Schmitt and Mrs. Guy Andrews >Other new officers Installedat June at the Kingsley Lake homeof last Friday night. Miss Marcia Kay Brooks, to son of Mr. and! Mrs W. D. Show, presented by the Florida

this time were Mrs. Steve j Mrs. W. B. Mundy with Mrs. Members were honored according Terrell Lee Jones, son of Mrs. Party Hamilton of Orlando.< State Prison opened today
vice president, Mrs Is the grand
Simmons Thomson
of Mel- Miss
Miss Epperson was presentedwith F. B. Beard as co-hostess. to their Initiation date, Ruby HolHngsworth (Thursday) and will continue
Curtis Marlowe: treasurer; Mrs. bourne and R. E. Jones of For Tom JohnsAt daughter of Mrs. Fred F. Stump
a white rose corsage and Mrs. Lester urged all memo and charter members from through noon Saturday.
David Bennett, recording sec- of Miss Lillian Stump
niece
her mother. Mrs. W. J. Epperson bers to attend the annual con Bradford County were Mrs. Starke. Santa Fe LakeTom and Thursday hours are from
retary; Mrs. Billy Hodge, corresponding The wedding will be an eventof of Starke. She graduated from
a yellow iris corsage as vention, Oct. 14-17, In Fort Lauderdale Edna Hart Mrs. Muriel Nor- In noon to 9 p.m.?: Friday, 9 a.m.to .
; secretary; and Mrs. May 16 at 7 p.m. In Grace Jefferson County High School
they arrived. man, Mrs. Tommie Nolln and his 9 p.m.: and Saturday, 9 a.m.
Johns celebrated of
W. H. Johns, extension officer. Baptist Church with Rev. Virgil Motitlcello.: and Is a graduate
Greeting guests at the door Following Mrs. Lester's reporton Miss Della Rosenberg. Mrs. to 12 noon.
annivearsary
Also performed at this meet- Lovett performing the ceremony sixth birthday Memorial ,School of
were Mrs. Guy Andrews and some of the activities: of the Kate Sheppard of Brunswick Ga. when his mother. Mrs. Orange The Flower Show Is staged by
Ing was the Order of the Yellow Saturday Nursing. She is now employedat
Mrs. J. R. Kite. Standing in the Hose candlelight ceremony in division, Mrs. Miller gave a also a charter member of the Tommy Johns of Macclenny, Tallahasse Memorial Hospi- prison Inmates in the vocational
receiving( line were the honoree brief talk. chapter' was a visitor. all-day party for him rehabilitation area of Ornamental -
Set an
observance of members with a Homecoming gave
Mrs. Epperson, and Miss Robert In conclusion Mrs. Lester iMrs. Helen Johns directed the at the home of Mrs. Johns' tal.Mr. of Horticulture In the prison
,
20-year membership. Mrs. Hamilton is a graduate
Crews, chairman of the
Stump. nominating program with Mrs. Lucille At Oak Grove school. I
Barksdale ,was honored mother Mrs. J. W. Ritch on School Orlando. He
Arrangements of Spring flowers committee announced that Payne, Mrs. Nolln Mrs. Hart, Boone High The public is cordially invited
Santa Fe Lake
,
during this ceremony and Is the his B. S. degree. from
were used in decorating. entire slate of 196869'officers Mrs. Mona Canova and Miss 'Homecoming at Oak Grove The 16 youngsters and five received to attend.
charter member In Gam- wherehe
only University,
The coffee table was covered would continue for the ensuing Kathryn Epperson participating ;Baptist Church.is scheduled this adults from Macclenny enjoyeda Florida State
me Theta Chapter. of Pl Kappa
with a linen cutwork cloth and year. The devotional was givenby Sunday May 18. hot dog lunch and swimming was" a member
centered with an,, arrangementof Mrs. Joan Smith. Lunch wil be served at 1 p.m. during the day. Phi fraternity He received his Institute of Reading Jr.Academy Jr.
in Education
white roses, yellow :Iris and Plans for the Southeast Regional There will be singing In the af Mrs. Johns was assisted by Masters Degree University at Pompano Beach.
baby's breath. Presiding at the New Officers Mrs. McClane Meeting In Miami in \ternoon. Everyone la welcome.; her mother, Mrs. Rltch from Florida Atlantic as The wedding will be an eventof
and Is now employed July 26 *t the First Presbyterian -
coffee service were Mrs. George August were made during the Rev. Luther A. McGee Is pastor
Installed By Named DirectorOf Guidance Director of Broward Church in Monticello.
Anderson Mrs. Morgan Darby business session conducted by of the church.

and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell Little WomenCindy Kindergarten the president, Mrs. Hart. Re-

The !hostesses presented the freshments were served by Un-

honoree with a silver cake Strickland was Installedas Mrs. Kathleen C. Mc- ion County members from a -.." ..
knife as a memento of the oc president of the Little Wo Clane. presently teaching in table centered with a large

casion. men's Club Monday night at the Bradford County school system birthday cake decorated with

One hundred guests were Invited the final meeting before sum- at Starke, has been named red roses the society's emblem.

to call between the hours mer adjournment. director of the Day Kindergar- LPl: aB11S;

10 a.m. and 12 noon. Mrs. Charles Darby Installedthe den of Beach United Methodist d

following officers to serve Church, Neptune Beach, for the Services Friday

with the new president: Robyn 1969-70 term.

Little Warren, vice president: Ellen The announcement was made For Janet ForsythOf

Women Bloodworth recording secret by Fred T. Long, kindergarten State FarmJanet
+
EntertainedThe ary; Sandra Haas, corresponding committee chairman, in a recent : '

Little Women's Club hada Spengler secretary treasurer.; and' Dorlsann Debra Beach issue"Leader"of the Neptune Lorraine Forsyth, 14, \\h;$ i u.fl r I''Ic-i. : J:?

Johns was elected chaplain. died eary Monday morning as I
spend-the-nlght party at the I:1
F. W. Strickland cottage on Among the outstanding accomplishments The announcement continued: the result of a fire In her homeat \:1:
of the club this Mrs. McClane, a 1967 gradu- the Florida' State Prison. '
Johnson Lake last Friday night!
The 12 year, as included In annual reports ate of the University of Geor- Born in Savannah, Ga. on Sept. \ t tJ I
girls
attending were \
given at this meeting gia with a B. S. degree in 28, 1960, she had lived at the y )
chaperoned by their senior
sponsors -
were: presentation of $20 to the Education, is a native of Delaware State Prison, where her father "
Mrs.
Clyde Sinclair.Reception Strickland. and Mrs. Senior Club toward a new public She and Mr. McClane was employed, since 1960. She \"

address system: a cash donation their five-year-old son and one was -a student In Union County '.

to the Junior Club for year-old daughter will be mov- High School, Lake Butler.

beautification of the Middle ing in early July to their recently Surviving ''are her parents ? ;
Given residence in
School grounds; and conductinga purchased Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. For- \\v ws c
Beach. They now reside .
For VisitorsIn road block for' the Library Neptune syth; one brother, Thomas,
Lake.
at Kingsley
Fund during National Library paternal grandparents, Mr.
Parish HallMrs. Week. While in undergraduate studyat Mrs. O. E. Forsyth, Savannah,

Refreshments were served the University of Georgia Ga.; and maternal grandparents -

Nan Griffin of Limerick during the social hour. Mrs. McClane was honored by Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Faul- 'j"J\\ ., \

Ireland who is visiting her son being elected to Kappa Delta: ner, Jacksonville '

Father Augustine Griffin in Epsilon, education honor society. Funeral services were held at
Starke, and her daughter, Mrs. Stork Shower She also received the cov- 3 p.m. Friday In the Faiford Style 839 Style 666 Style 871

Clifford Omstrom of Roosevelt eted Senior Service Award, as Baptist Church! with Rev. John

L. I.. N Y., were honored at For Mrs. Bryant well as the Academic Merit A- E. Strickland, Rev. James T.
a reception given by St. Ed ward. Her scholastic average .
Tompkins, and Rev. W. B. "
ward's Parishioners Monday Mrs. Roy Bryant was honoredat kept her on the dean's list con- Johnson officiating Intermentwas r 11 : "tk
night in the parish hall. sistently. She served as trea- "iLtJ3 J1-tlv ]
a stork shower Thursday !in Sapp Cemetery with De. *
and president of her social -
Arrangements of pink and surer :
iLaZBoy"
night, May 8, at the home of Witt C. Jones Funeral Homein
white gladioli were used in the Mrs. Jessie Ricks on Pratt sororitv.. charge. ,
ihall for the occasion. The re- In announcing the appolt- I 1
freshment Sheet Hostesses with Mrs. designers have styled Give a tall man a chair that will Tastefully styled for the
table was covered ment Long said, "We feel we f'
Ricks Mrs. Woodrow
with were a generous size chair that invites fit him and you'll see a happy smaller man or woman
a white linen cloth and have been fortunate to secure a
Thomas Mrs Gerald Baldwin My Neighbors
centered the big man to enjoy fellow. Specially designed for this comfort designed
by an arrangement of very capable director for the ,1 )
Mrs. Mark Moody, Mrs Jimmy
hours of luxurious the well 6-footers who desire La-Z-Boy fits
red Mrs. McClane many com over q your every
roses. Punch, and cake were kindergarden. #
served. Thornton, and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez comes with a superior college 1 fort without feeling cramped or high styling in a comfort relaxing mood. Though

Approximately 50 guests called Jr. background and outstanding tea- hunched up. It features a taller chair. This La-Z-Boy features a smaller, this chair contains

during the ovenlng. A baby theme was carried, ching experience. She has a back, that provides the right { higher back, deeper seat and every comfort feature

out in the party decorations.The confident, well-rounded personality back support for proper posture extended leg rest. No more tired I and all the beauty

refreshment table was covered and is eager to accept when sitting or reclining. legs or back when he has a available in the big and

with a white linen cloth challenges She is the type person II TALL MAN chair by La-Z-Boy.* tall styles.

County Ranger and centered with an arrangement we feel will be able to relate Reg. $215.00 Reg. $252.00 Reg. $208.00

of pink roses Mrs. Thorn- quite well to the childrenand

Promoted ton presided at the punch bowl. will be able to continueour
To kindergarten's excellent Sale $ Sale Sale
$16995\ $19995 f $
Games were played by the reputation in the community." 15995 I
District Post 30 guests and prizes awarded..

The hostesses. presented the forty years ago, La-Z-Boy" pledged itself to establishing The three Reclina-Rocker styles pictured here are certain

Bradford County Forest Ranger honoree ,with a baby. clothes tIRW lLCNJtQr- = G.........; a tradition in comfort and beauty. With the addition of to enhance your decor. These chairs respond

hamper and corsage as a, memento each new chair style to their line, they have held firmly smoothly and to wish .
J. C. (Jake) Prevatt, Jr. of ,the "Look what's emergingfrom gently your every rocking,
'will be transferred to GalnesIville occasion. to this promise. Throughout the world, La-Z-Boy" is lounging watching TV, even full bed reclining. La-Z-Boy's
that !
as District Ranger effec egg synonymous with irresistible comfort and beauty. famous patented Comfort Selector provides just the

tive July 1, it was announcedthis Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Chaffof right leg-rest comfort positions for perfect relaxation,

week. Register Family Starke announce the birth of We are proud to offer this outstanding sale. Whether you with or without reclining the chair.

Prevatt said his transfer Is a daughter. Shllynn, on May 8' THE BRADFORD like birthdays or not, you'll love the unusual savings _
Reunion
j;>art of a reorganization plan in May 18 in i Alachua General Hospital. COUNTY TELEUKAPHr available now on these three world-famous, genuineLaZBoy" :
which the state is being divided Maternal grandparents are Mr. bfJ -t
Reclina-Rockers. See us today for a comfort
into 18 forestry districts instead and Mrs. SM Smith of Starke. -d every Thursdayat ..
of the present eight. District Members of the Register family 138 W. Call Street demonstration.

t 8, to which he will be assigned will hold their annual reunion Starke, Florida 32091 locking lounanp TV V.rna, full a.d r.lmmp"it's '

will Include ; .at t in Hospital announces
Bradford Way are Church Bradford County
Second class paid
Putnam \lAlachua, and either Georgia cn Sunday, May '18. the following births. : at Starke, postage florid. A Fact You Can Do Better At"

Union or Gilchrlst Counties. Mr. and Mrs. William Carl:

Prevatt has been County The church Is located about Wells Keystone Heights, a Subscription Rates;

Ranger here for almost eight midway between Stockton and daughter, Angela Jean, May 12. In trade area: $3.CO per'! Denmark'Furniture'

;years and has been with the Statenvllle, Ga. on US Highway :Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eugene year; 12.75.1x months. Co.

Florida Forest Service for 21 129. Dinner wit be served on the Gllsson Jr.. Gainesville a son Outside trade area: $350

;years next September. grounds at noon. Vincent Edward, May 12. per year; $3.00 itx months

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Mr. and -
Mrs. K. T. Duncan "

cp were and family Sunday of West to Wednesday Point, Ga. i'i'f' '" '... :. ... /IIi" !; '! lL.o..ai' ilfl'.Z". ., iI. .. ::8t. :), rfj. ;

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t $ K anw Duncan.visitors of Mr. and Mrs. K, G. .- <-. .. --

Miss Janet Hardy and Gene Asraruc REFRESHMENTS AMEAJ> ls I .
Ivey of the University of Geo- n ,

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frazier Kogers and Kevin Mrs. J.Crawford E, Hardy. of Jacksonville I USED CARS 1' BIlD": }" WHERE.Dt= t A 6OO1.J.a.a >

Brown were visiting Mr. and has the week- of Waldo, Mrs. Ruth N1 i RAG :
as guests over
Mrs. Larry M. Stoner In Ocala end at their Santa Fe Lake of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. B. his grandmother was a Saturday, Mrs. guestof W.H. .CHEVROlET-GLDS' O11R U51ED CARS
over the weekend. home, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. N. Phares of Winter Park were Hart. ARE GUARANTEED
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker of Moore of Blackshear Ga. On Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- OASIS 01a FINE Ct pAND AM
Bristol, Okla. were Saturday Sunday they had as guests Mr. Henry O'llara. aLex gins and family and Mr. and VALUES c S EVEitA
visitors of Mrs. Edward Burns Green, who Is a pati--
and Mrs. Jimmy Davis and five of
Mrs. Tommy Huggins Orange
and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. In the Gainesville VA Hos- 's G
children of Blackshear, Mr. ent Park were Mother's Dayguestsof o FOR ONE:
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thompson and Mrs. Ron Alton and three pital, was home for the week- Mr. and Mrs. McRae In
Jr. has as Sunday guestsat children of Palatka, and Mr. end.Mr. Jacksonville.Mrs. i
an outdoor dinner, Mr. and and Mrs. Tommy Johns and and Mrs. Robert Green Corrlne Alvarez Is a
Mrs. Floyd Smith and familyof family of Macclenny. and Mr. and Mrs.Howard Doug
patient in St. Vincent's Hos
Gainesville, Clint Mosier Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Will- las and son, Greg of Brookerspent pital. Y a a m m.ue'"C
and family of High Srplngs,Mr. lams spent the weekend with Mr. the weekend with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mat-
and Mrs. Herb Nelson of Key- Linton In Jack Mrs. Edddie Douglas In Atlanta
and Mrs.
Taylor
hews of Folkston Ga. a
were a J a a a vnm JUB m ? m m m
stone Heights and ff
Mr. and sonville. Ga.
visiting Mr. and Mrs.Carl Mat-
Mrs. Don Champion and famIly Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hodge
hews
on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo ChampIon Mrs. Julia Wells will be in
Bill Kelly, and Mr. and St. Petersburg Saturday to get and Sheila Wynn spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Truluckof
Mrs Don Thompson and son her mother, Mrs. E. A. Winkler end In Alcolu, S. C. with Mrs. Sanford are visiting their
f Starke. who has been visiting her W, D. Hodge and family. daughter, Mrs. Clyde B. Ter-
sister Mrs. Kittle Hoppensted Mr. and Mrs. Phillip T.Johns wlllegar! this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene for three weeks. of Brewton, Ala. were weekend
and son visited Mrs. J. E. Irvin Martin of Starke has visitors of their son-in-law and
Greene in Jacksonville on Sat- been admitted to the Starke daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy?
urday. Nursing Home. Burnham and other daughter, TypewritersAdding
Nate Dyal, Berry Dyal Jr., _Foster Shi Smith Miss Phyllis Johns.
and Mr. and Mrs. attendeda WE TELL IT
Mrs. Flynn
Berry Dyal Sr. were and son,Stephen,spent Mother's Mrs. Vergle
in Orlando over the weekend Day with Mr. and Mrs. Leon family reunion at the homeof MachinesFor
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Shimer in St. Augustine. Miss Donna Faxon In Gainesville -
ence Melton.Mr. on Saturday night.
Miss Janis Parker of Gainesville -
and Mrs. David Mont- was Friday overnight guest Miss Candy Woodburnof Sale or Rent
gomery and family were Sun- ter Park spent the weekend with
of Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith. At The Telegraph
day evening supper guests of Mrs. Walla Lipsey and Mr. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.
Rev and Mrs. E. F. Montgo- L. Woodburn. Mrs. WoodburnIs
and Mrs.Carl Wrightof Gainesville -
mery Sr. of Lake City. spent the wepkftnd with Mr. spending several days with I
and Mrs. J. R. DeSalva in Mel- Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reeves and SERVICE SCHEDULE LIKE IT IS
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- bourne. family In Winter Park. CATHOLIC ChurchesST.

Icy of Jacksonville spent Sunday Mrs Jimmy Hobbs Jr. of
with their parents, Mr. and EDWARD'S Stacker
Crystal River
spent last Thursday
Dr. T. G. Hitch and son, -
Mrs. J. G. Jackson and Mr. and Friday with her Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and
McRae and parents,
Dick, Julian son
and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. Also Mr. 9i: a.m.Thursday
and
Mrs. Albert Williams
Jeff, and Paul Canova and son,
visiting the Jacksons were Mr. Paul spent the weekend atOke- and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. Mass, 6:30: p.m.
and Mrs. J. G. Stalnaker and fenokee Park. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vlnlng Mieaculous Medal Novena:
family of Brunswick Ga. Mrs. Martha Moore visited and children of Palatka were Saturday, 7 p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez Mrs. Hirris Long in Orange Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
of Orlando were vision Mr. Park Friday night. and Mrs. L. D. Vining ST. WILLIAM'S Keystone
and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Sr. on Mrs. W. G. Godwin of Cha- Mr. and:J Mrs. R. W. Dou- Heights
Sunday.Dr. grin Falls, Ohio Is visitingher vllle of Orange Park and Marie Sunday Mass, 9 a.m.
II. G. Bellinger was in mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce Grider of Fernanadlna Beach Wetnesday Mass & Novena.
Orlando over the weekend attending this week. were Sunday guess of Mr. and 7 p.m.
the Educational Seminar Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shiverof Mrs. R. H. Grider.
sponsored by the FIrodia Chir- Jennings were weekend Mrs Stella Griffin and MR. ST. MARY'S Macclenny: 1969 VALIANT4lLk
opractic Association. lie was guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Gene Baker and fam- Sunday Mass 11:30 a.m.
accompalned by his father Dr. Raymond. ily of Jacksonville were Sun-
day visitors of
F. E. Bollinger, who spent the Mrs. W. H. Holland and Mrs. C. S.Haddock. Mr. and Mrs.
weekend with his son-in-law and David Canova are visiting relatives -
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Milton in Dublin, Ga. for two Miss Joyce Denmark and
, Hartzellin Fern Park. weeks. Peter Mallory of LaGrange Col- all about

Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- lege, Ga spent the weekend with
Mrs. Paul Gordon Shupe and Alton Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denamrk Jh I
and Mrs. fb
dish visited Rev. -
three children of South End Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sue Morris of Holly- VBYNANCY'S ,
Merritt Island, spent the week- wood visited her mother, Mrs.E. .
end with her mother, Mrs. R. Fred Halslop in Jacksonvilleon C. Morris, over the week-
F. Demorest. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wig end.Mr. Bran-
Mrs. Martha Moore spent and Mrs. Raleigh : FLOWERS
gins of Jacksonville visited Mr. nen, of Bedford Lake Miss
with*. her
Sunday daughter
: SNAKEROOT
and Mrs. One Wiggins over Jessie May Brannen of Bar-
the weekend. Miss Marla Moore and with A Valuable Flower 2 Door Sedan
towm and Mrs. Bell Brown and
her Mr. and Mrs. O.
parent,
Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- daughter of Hampton visited This is an odd name for a
gomery and family attended a R. Rosenbush, in Green Cove Mirineland and St. Augustineon plant, and there are several that
family reunion at the home of Snrings. Saturday. have this name. The reason Is 6 Cylinder
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Downing in Mr. and Mrs. John Vincentof P'.ao--;, ., 5 that the rootsm.
Lake City on Saturday. Paducah, Ky. and Mr. and Local admittances to Brad- of these plants
Mrs. J. B. Bakken entertained ford County Hospital this week '''look like snakes.
Mrs. Raymond Stefanelli and Standard
Include: Mrs. Lena E. Carr- .
at a surprise birthday party of Ocala Thurs- Many years ago -
daughters were
oll, Mrs. Ida E. Deas, and
for her husband Joe Bakken, It was believ-
day dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Berniece M. Carter Lake
Satuday night at the home of Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. ed that the roots
Butler Mrs. Doyle B. Sibley Transmission
Mrs. Bakken's mother Mrs. Rev and Mrs. John Sikes ; /If1 of these plants
and
Mrs.
Agnes Bishop, Key-
Nelson Green. An outdoor bar- /
could snake
of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. cure
stone Heights; Orby L. Miller .
becue was enjoyed by the 25 Fred Sikes of Clewiston_! Mrs. Brooker; Brenda LIndseyand \ bites.
guests who Included family and Many of the
Mae Hawkins of Waldo and Mrs. Betty Hayes, Ham
friends. Mr and Mrs. Paul Hawkins pton Mrs. Virginia Forsvthoand snakeroot plants do have medicinal
Mr. and Mrs M A. Bald- and family of Jacksonville were Thomas Forsythe, Raiford; value. Some are used for
win Jr. has as Sunday dinner Saturday dinner guests of Mr. Valdosta Adams, Middleburg; tonics but the most famous is
guests Mr. and Mrs. J. II. and Mrs. Titus Olson. and Mrs. Bonnie E. Doughman "res perine." and It Is used as
Hall Jr and daughters, Mrs. Mrs. Alma F. Leurck, AI Hart- a tranquilizer in treating nero
Hall Sr. and daughter Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith mann, Mrs. Sadie S. Lott Ernest vous disorders. All snakeroot
V. R. Bracewell, Chris Brace- Jr. and daughter of Paxton will B. McKinney, Mrs. Alvira plants have beautiful clustersof $
well and Mrs.Doris Conway all spend the weekend with their DeVoe Mrs.Elizabeth Naswor- flowers.We 00m
of Gainesville, and Mr. and parent Mrs. Lucile Davis and thy, Dana M Luke, and Mrs. feel all our flowers are
Mrs. M A. Baldwin Sr. of Mr and Mrs. Smith Sr. Bessie Carter Starke "good medicine." Send an arrangement -
Starke. Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodsof to a sick friend or
Bryon Newcomb and John Jr. and sons of Lake City were Lake City wore Sunday guests a shut-in.! There Is no other gift 1895
Robb of Atlanta were Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. McRae of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Woods. that says as much.
overnight guests of Mr. and Sr. and family on Sunday. .
Mrs. G. S. Newcomb.Mr. Mrs. Lucile Davis spent the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.H. .
and Mrs Herbert Thomas G. Davis in Gainesville. -
visited the Zoo and new air- ...
port in Jacksonville on Sunday. Mrs. Bobby Crawford and J
Mr. and Mrs Ernest.Allen, son of Lake City are spendingtwo
and daughters Peggy Sue. and weeks with her mother, LOST OUR LEASE !
Joy took Mrs. Allen's grandson Mrs. Bettv Crawford. while

Larry O'Neal Jr. to see her husband Is at National Guard
his great grand mother for Camp. EVERYTHING MUST GO?
Mother's Day Also visiting Larry Manning of Jack-
:Mrs. J. O. Dann In Melrose sonville was Monday evening -

were Lex Johns, of Macclenny, guest of his aunts, Mrs. John WE'VE
and David Woodard and his Christiansen; Mrs.Mark Moodyand GOTTA MOVE I
family of Starke. While there Mrs. W. H, Hart. They had I.V-
:Mrs. Darn received tele- weekend
a as guest Mrs. Kate
phone call from her daughter in Sheppard of Brunswick, Ga. COME SEE ALL THE .1 1ii!! 1 1 1 /&AW.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.sv.vX.\<'\<"\<<<;<'\ <<<;*Xv.v 1111*>XXXW 1 ::1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:::::::: 1:1: 1 1 111 11111 1111111 11111 111111111i1111

Starke, Mrs. Emma Grover. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Hamil- ::::::::
ton of Jacksonville was a weekend -
Gary Hamilton and John 'lye guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. 11r11
of FSU are home from Wed- B. ]Hamilton.Dr. BARGAINS!

nesday Mr. and to Sunday:Mrs. Wilbur Barryand H. H. Adams, ClydeB. t 1. We are happy to announce that Eston Jordan -

children of Palatka and Mr. Terwillegar and John Wat- 1111111 !
; Long time residence of Starke and '
and :Mrs. Richard Hobbs of son HI of Starke and Jim God. ALL PRICES SLASHED .
Gainesville win of Avon Park are spend- fl Bradford is associated
were vlsltng Mr. -tiMwwM.1 ..,. County as salesman
and :Mrs J. C. Hobbs on Sun ing this qeek at the PinecrestInn cc1p:>> cy: : '
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day. in Pinecrest, N.C. r 1 with Starke Chrysler Plymouth Inc. New "

the$25.00 horn dtposlt of holds your C1 (Ir 1f11 and Used Car Dept. He invites his many '

choice for up to 30 S,' 11i1i 11 friends and former customers to let him .. //p} .. "
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ReorganizationRough years and donated reusable

On Shaw I b' I I II It.4 glasses mainstay have of the always operation.been the (oo.o. .+...............................

I When the organization was Incorporated -
: ; "'"' t;;; In 1947,the treasury
't' p'.j consisted of 47 cents.
(Continued From Page One)
Despite this, "New Eyes"

the reorganization -proposalsee ; has never solicited money. Be-
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the Legislature acting as '" sides glasses, virtually the only GIFTT iWAKftR S
a board of directors for the ';\ other assistance the 300 volunteers GLflWJ)

state setting polices for the | who make up the or-
governor to carry out. '! ganization accept is precious
Opponents of the measure' Three Complete Nursing CourseAt metal scrap, silverware antique -' m

argued that a Governor could Lake City Junior CollegeThree and costume jewelry.

abuse the great power containedin These are melted down and

the department of administration. area women have completed their final semester at the money from the reclam-

) Lake City Junior College and will become Registered NLn'sesafter ation, and from the sale of
Rep. Quillian Yancey (Lakeland usable jewelry and silverware
passing their state examinations In June.
Democrat) said the GOV. donors sometimes send is
evnor would be like a king if' Receiving the AA degree were Virginia Bradley (left), used to supply funds established -

he headed management functions Hampton; Jeanette Griffis (renter), Lawtey; and Vivian Harth in 106 hospitals all over the ,wgNr z

by himself. (right). Keystone Heights. Graduation exercises will not be country Canada and Puerto -
lie asked members what held until August 10. Rico. They pay for new prescription -

would happen if a Governor The three graduatees, who have spent the last two years glasses, or if needed /'
armed with much artificial eyes. tw\\1".COtl Ne
so power t'tA
commuting to Lake City will be working at Bradford County 5
was "an egotistic ambitious individual While the emphasis is on helping

an expert con artist Hospital. as many people as poss Cor ELEriC4RtC-
with a team of public relations ible, as quickly as possible
men." "New Eyes" volunteers don't g1.E ,
New
Eyes A the
Rep Ted Alvarez (Jacksonville Open close their eyes to individual pORt \teybOaY .
Democrat) said it was a requests for aid. \ \
charactereiectrics
question of "whether we wantto For The Needy; Full\\ 88s o office \ \ep eat aC. '
have a Cabinet system or In 1968 for instance "New same e\ectY\
"These glasses were mygranny's ,. .
whether we want to have a dictator HouseContinued Eyes": automatC1iOgert''s.'' page '>- -
; maybe someone S
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Sponsors of the amendment else's granny can use them. Answered the request of a tioos 'J\o selectortment $149.50peYSOoa
argued that the reorganizationplan The note was written in a Peace Corp volunteer and sent }\ TCopy set PdiuS ALL ERtJSGage' \
childish hand wrapped around a glasses to the natives of a o"isib\e f\\ayg\ t \ .EASY 1
would be destroyed if the ( From Page One) and mailedto \ ORO
of
pair eyeglasses H ZO
tiny Pacific island. sW\\\\ OWN
Cabinet in of \,
were put charge "New Eyes For The Needy" t Quic\t se\ROM
management services. ociation began operation in the a Short Hills N.J. volunteer Provided glasses for a Viet .EASY
"We want to determine whoto rented quarters, from which It organization staffed mostly by Nam civilian whose poor sight YOSysSO \.EARN
hold responsible for failureto just moved In the old Doyle housewives. was the subject of a letter

brine, about the kind of economies Conner Insurance office In the Some 883,835 pairs of glass- from that country written by a front
and efficiencies we feel Winkler Building on Temple es were sent to "New Eyes" U.S. Army private.
hould be brought about" said Avenue. It will own its new Choose

Rep Richard Pettwew chair quarters. 10M -
man of tlin Reorganization Com- Directors are S. G. Denmark others

nittee. "You don't do this with E. L. Matthews John Torode ny ..
i seven man board." C. A. Roberts Arch Thomas

He said the Cabinet members Jr., Mrs. Ruby Johns Doyle

would retain "enormous authority Conner and Mizell. '

under the plan as heads of .
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separate: departments and as CafeteriaFor tl --::."\

members of fie Board of Educa- .
lon: and trustees of the Internal VoTechContinued ) /T z,4,

Improvement Fund.
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( From Page One) C1-ABS\

Riot Trial ditional kitchen equipment. / LlGCORgp1R \2.9.sn
,, : $
Kitchen equipment presentlyin :.

Set AgainContinued the vo-tech school In what is ,... SUpEK-S .
ultimately planned as classroom $
space would be moved to the
( From Page One) new cafeteria. r $56,50 RApFORD

Stipt Casey said that two new $
The 15th dfendant to pled not subject areas to be added soon- s" t iS'79iph1W
guilty was !Marvin Earl Harris cosmotology and horticulturemay ;i4 CI
of Jacksonville. lie is chargedwith tin ones which would be tWtl
intent to commit rape anda housed in the cafeteria space if --- lThe

crime against nature. His it l.s! approved.The .
trial was postponed until the '
three 'board members
courthouse is ready.
new !
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present Monday afternoon
were
last year. They didn't all come "New Eyes" people Invited -
unanimous in their decision to
with touching notes, but they individuals and organiza-
request matching funds for the came from every state and from
Adding MachinesThe tions to help them continuethe
cafeteria from the State Depart people of all ages. And they job of bringing better sightto
ment of Education. The
special came for the same reasona those who need It most.
meeting was called after Supt. desire on the part' of the
TelegraphFor Casey told the board he has sender to assist "New Eyes"In
been informally told matching bringing the gift of better Discarded glasses broken
funds are available because pro- sight to people who have no jewelry, and precious metal

Office Supplies jects planned in other areas one else to help them. scrap are needed. Address
were not carried out within the The "New Eyes" volunteershave New For The
to
Phone 964-6305, past fiscal year. been on the job for 36 them Needy Short Hills Eyes, N.J. 07078. .'......................................

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Cattle Owner NamedIn Cites Come, Commission

New River Yields Huge Turtle A lijetimt.Rescriptioj
Wildlife Babies Called "Cute"But


Civil Suit HereOne T' Answering frantic calls for help C. C. VIckery found his Should' Be Left Alone"Cute" r

10-year-old grandson, Kenny, with this 63 pound Alligator turtle

on bU fishing. line. is a vastly overworked word when used LIFEHave

case has been tried and were: Bobby Eugene' Bonnett. Kenny was hiding behind a tree and at the name time to describe the young of wildlife. Too often people

nine defendants have entered* possession of a still> ; (Franklin M t training every muscle to keep the huge turtle from pulling learn that the cute stage is only temporary, and have

'pleas of guilty since the spring Luther Thomas. 18, breaking, z r him Into New River. Aided by a strong flailing line VIckery scars to prove it, according to the Game and Fresh an annual checkup.
term of Circuit Court and
convened entering Carlton
; Varner V'd& t I1 and his grindoon pulled the turtle to a place where the bank Water Fish Commission.
Monday with Judge John A. receiving of .stolen property; and
Murphree on the bench. Eddie Lee Thomas, aggravated 1 '; f "L was level with the water, hooked another line Into the turtle' Dr. O. E. Frye Commission and mating age. There ii always Know cancer's warning
The case tried was a civil assault.An r arm and worked him onto the bank. Using a heavy 'rope mm Director said "Spring is the the possibility of contact- signals. ..see your doctor if
lasso they drug him home. time when nature replenishesher one lasts longer than two
case with Louise McLeod (Mrs. insanity :hearing- :was requested t a ing rabies and at the very
Norman N.) of Graham the ],by Marshall Eaves, who The turtle was caught near Conner's Bridge on New River own and Floi Ida's forest least a bite could cause a seri- weeks.
plan tiff, ,and Wallace .and Helen was charged with robbing $30 v and yielded 45 pounds uf steak for which VIckery declined $1.50 will soon be full of wildlife babies ous Infection." 1.

D. Gilroy of Golden Beach:: Fla.. from the Kelly Gay on Nov. 24 At ,; per pound. VIckery also took the shell to Ross Allen at Silver These kittens babies can like arouse puppiesand the Most wildlife babies found In Unusual bleeding/ or
the defendants. Tuesday afternoon hearing -' t -s Springs, he said, and told the turtle the
} was was over 150 years cuddling instincts in people. wilderness are not alone discharge.
A $40,000 joudgement agalnt Judge Murphree ordered Eaves
old. Allen said the animal would have been worth $l.'i0' alive However, before succumberlng nearby. In the wild there is no
Norman McLeod had been entered :recommitted to a state hospital 2.
land +tx _. according to VIckery. to the desire to pick, up young such thing as baby sitting and
on May 1, 1967, In New further decided that he wild A lump or thickening in the
considertwo youngsters are often left
wildlife, people should
York and in could be .
Bradford Countyon released only
upon a breast
Feb. 9, 1968. To satisfy this court order. .:::::::::::::::::::::;K&I:::: :::8::!::::<:*::XXXX'X: : ::::*:>:>:X"X:*:.!.:.:.s%%:.:.,.:.'............................,..uuu...'.....'...............,,, important things andchances on their own. Mother Nature or elsewhere.:
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judgement, Sheriff, P. D. Red-
dsh was ordered to seize and Auto Accident Costs Soar New Auto Tags der both." The law that prohibits the A sore that does! not heal.

sell a herd of Charolals cattle.In molesting or possession of wild
"It's the law wild
against -
a counter suit, tried Mon. To All-Time Go On SaleMonday 4.
High During 1968The life belongs to the people of animals also includes wild birds
da afternoon and Tuesday morning ( June 2 Florida and not to an Indivi and bird eggs. Parents should Change in bowel 1 or bladder
before a jury of six, Mrs. price Americans paid for traffic accidents in the first dual. Possession of wildlife is explain to their children that habits.
McLeod contended that she was, eleven months of 1968 soared to New license the nests they discover have
a record $12,986.427,000, tags for motor ve possible only with a permit issued 5.
sole owner of the cattle and exceeding by $544 million the hides will not been abandoned. Know-
previous record figure Of go on sale here Mon. by the Game and Fresh
that they therefore could not $12,442,413,000 for the whole year 1967, the Insurance Infor- day June 2, Tax Collector J. R. Water Fish. Commission." Frye ledgeable children should explain Hoarseness or cough.
,be sold to( satisfy the judgement mation Institute reported.The Kelly announced yesterday stated. this to adults too. 6.

against The jury her husband.decided that Mrs. sharp rise in fatalities and increases of 3.5 percent in Deadline is July 20.for obtaining the tags The second consideration, When encountering/ wildlife Indigestion or difficulty in
babies remember that swallowing.
McLeod was not sole .owner ,and traffic accidents and 5.4 percent in injuries aside from the legality ,is the young
pushed the
eco- wildlife is often better equippedto
found in favor of the defendants nomic loss for the month to Kelly said that parsons wishing safety of the Individual and his 7.
k,1c $1,388,149.000 the Institute esti- care for itself, through natural -
Tuesday.The mated. This to reserve special numbers family. Young wildlife may bite
was $450 million above the $935,684,000 figure instinct, than size or appearance Change in size or color of a
whole thing started when for November 1967. must reserve them before May on the slightest provocation indicate1 wart or mole.
Norman McLecd who was em- 15 and pay an extra $1 In addition Even if the "taming" of wildlife -
ployed by the Gilroys as a Estimated economic loss figures, the Institute said, include to regular tag fees. youngsters is successful Frye summed up the reasons I
trainer for their racing stables, '. such factors as lost wages, medical expenses, property damage they don't remain playful for leaving wildlife young AMERICANCANCER
sold a horse for them. The New f 'firt. and the service costs of insurance. While the losses are paid The tax collector's office will youngsters forever. where they are found( as follows SOCIETY
York courts found that McLeod for largely through insurance companies, it remain open four Saturdays during : It's against the law to
was pointed out
the sale period Kelly said. disturb them. It's inhumane to
owed the Cllroy's $40,000 from that the ultimate cost falls
that transaction. premiums. upon those who pay insurance These dates will be June 14 and Frye said "Wildlife youngsterscan disturb them and disrupt the

Harry James Fowler, 19, 28. and July 12 and 19. become downriGht treache- plnn of nature and it can be
rous when they reach maturity
dangerous.
charged with larceny of an auto-
mobile owned by Harry G. and
Sue C. Simmons on Jan. 25, Cadet Hatcher,

pled guilty to the lesser chargeof Is Awarded
unauthorized use of an auto-
mobile. Fowler, who> is ,alreadyon ScholarshipCadet
The New"LOOK"
parole, was sentenced to 12 i
months in the county jail to be Harry M. Hatcher HI,

served consecutively to any a student at Georgia Military 1'
other sentence now .outstanding. College, Mllledgevllle, Ga., has r '
Co-defendant in the case been notified of his selection fora ; ., .

'Lester Wayne (Buddy) Rubs, two year ROTCscholarshlp at
also wanted in connection with North Georgia College, Dahlonega -
the robbery of Keystone State Ga.
Bank, is still at large. His case DRESSFESTIVAL Sale of Men'sSPORT

was transferred to the absentee In announcing the scholarship,
docket. Col. Dan W. Prewitt of North
Four Raiford inmates pled Georgia College, wrote: "I congratulate
guilty to charges' and 'received you for the qualities
SHIRTSour
additional sentences. Earl Jer- which you evinced as a memberof
ome Jones was sentenced to an the Army establishment. In
additional 9'z! years for posses- accepting this scholarship you
sion of an instrument or weaponby will be accepting a responsibi
a state prisoner. lity to the Department of the reg.

Pleading guilty to escaping on Army to excel in military train- $$2.99 ea. 2 for $ .
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Harper who received an additional deavors. I have complete con- 5
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Dwight Davis, six months; and to meet these responsi
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Carl Eddie Shepherd, three bilities.
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Fo defendants pled guilty Cadet Hatcher 19 the son of
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THE LOBBY The New First Home,Federal located Sa'at 39 ngy; \ e n
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I A. J. THOMAS, JR. RUBY JOHNS JOHN A. TORODE B. F. M1ZEI
t Chairman. o>(; The Board Secretary Vice President and Treasurer President and Ala

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*: Dear Customers and Friends: tIt
I: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLORIDA is a real pleasure for the Off I ICongratulations
1 ees of First Federal to invite you an!
To The
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This building is dedicated tot t tl e

!1" We Proudly Present Another New First Federal Savings and Loan home ownership.We .
invite your approval and (c; r
f{. Building For Starke Association gress together in the years to coml.i .

:i: Thank you.
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\j We wish you continued 'success in Congratulations To The
I your great expansion. You have made
WE WISH THEM EVERY SUCCESS it possible for many families in Brad '.
::1: ford County to own their home. Your First t Federal I Savings and d ,
:r institution is truly an asset to Brad
II OF STARK
III II! DON MORGAN AND ASSOCIATES ford County.

:;I! ARCHITECTS 0 We appreciate the op c

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1! LONGCHAMP HOMES to keep it free of termite

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: WE ARE PROUD TO SEE FIRST

I FEDERAL FINE NEW
: INHEt WELCOME NEIGHBOR

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.. ANDREWS DRUGS AND The First Federal Sa'li

ANDREWS WASHETERIA sociation's new, modern horn

WHITEHEAD the confidence of this fast-Br
BROTHERS
: BILL POWELL THE NATIONWIDE ient shopping center.'We wish

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ROY I*
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Thanks 1111
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DIRECTORS OF THE

ntinued support as we pro- First Federal: Savings and LoanAssociation First Federal for Helping Our Community Grow I


rely, of Starke Through Your Facilities You Have Made It Possible For ;11

Mizell, Jr. Many Of Our Citizens To Own Their H':m::
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marks another We congratulate you on moving: into your own home. We wish you every success and m
Their great expansion appreciate being: a part of your growth by providing the heating and air conditioning systems :;i::;
step in the progress and economicgrowth' for your beautiful new building a building of which the entire community can be :::i;,
piT Starke ana Bradford proud. 11

:Loan Association County. SLADE'GAS OF STAftKE, Inc I
e Quality heating and air conditioning ,
CHARLES SAWYER Pres.
Carrier, Bryant, or ::::
We are pleased to have had a part Coleman, for every need, re- --- ;;1
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in supplying I material 1 for this modern the people who care. Free Estimates of course :if::


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Congratulations to the Officers and Directors
BUILDING SUPPLY
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OF STARKE, FLA., INC. m mj
6 MARC JACKSON INMAN GREEN First Federal Savings and Loan AssociationOF 1 I:
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To Starke's Progressive Shopping Center!, ing. We wish them continued success. 1m

THE SUWANNEE STORES GLASS AND MIRRORS I
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rings and Loan
ROY JACKSON FOR EVERY PURPOSE 1
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rowing and conven- 'PLAZABARBERSHOP q SHEA'S GLASS CO is 3ffx.tf.x
h them success. DLAIN THOMPSON: JIM: :.MY CANNON JOE KERRIGAN; r:
every CECIL CRAWFORD 1313 N. W. 4th Place Gainesville, Fla. i
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I-"o i Thoughts On County Government f fs t G'rid' Scrimmage



; Consolidation of law enforce- the betterment of the com- which we can be proud, especially agencies, cities and county; Set For Red
ment agencies and quick actionon munity," and discussing county when compared to could be effected. Administrative : Big
an effective zoning programare 'government: other Florida counties. costs could be lowered and -
two suggestions made by The school system is one of services could be expanded.The An Intra-squad grid scrim- Singled out for their work In
P. J. Novak as "an Interested Bradford County has the potential our greatest attributes and It mage Is set after school today last Rn % PfA
Thurday's scrimmage were
citizen" In a recent letter for real significant de- can and should be played up In Board of County Com- (Thursday, May 15) for Brad- halfback Dennis Hall who"looked "A stamp album is the one
mailed to county officials. A velopment.The all efforts to further develop missioners need to evaluatethe t'A ford High footballers, accord- real good running the ball." place in the world where all
similar letter, discussing mat- greatest obstacles to this the county. The two County possibility of putting Brad Ing to Head Coach David Hurse. Fullback
ters of city government,. was development are the people who Boards (County Commissionand ford County in the "legal con Rudolph Perkins, newcomer the nations"can stick together
mailed to city officials by would rather see the county Public Instruction) need to trol" side of the issue of ( /, The squad will be divided also at fullback at 190 pounds, peaceably. __,
real hard
Novak, and printed in last grow at a snail's pace or remaining work more closely together. "wet" versus "Dry" of alco- equally to get "some good was the scrimmage a and runnerIn well, Nurse said.Linebackers .
week's Issue of The Telegraph. the "limbo" state. holic beverages. competition," Nurse said to see encour- Tommy Black-
Law enforcement could !be A review if Florida counties how well their defensive lessons aged the Big Tornado. and
Following Is the letter, add- We have a really progres- greatly Improved If consolidation during the past decade will show have been sinking. '- shear, Ralph Morgan
In
turned good
ressed to "those interested In sive school system. One of of all law enforcement" that so-called "dry" counties "He could give added depthto Christy Chandler
the backfield and a big full- defensive performancesthe
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un have experienced rapid growth + Coaches have turned
concentreated back Is a definite advantage," coach said. Tom Marks
when the electorate of the county during the past two weeks on Nurse performance 'at defensive -
says. The coach added in a good
Garden Tops MerchantsTo voted to put the county under defense and the gridders are that Perkins will have to con- end as did cornerbacka
"legal control." H looking "pretty good," Hurse tinue to play on the varlsty Tim Murphey and Mike Nor
I I realize that this is a con- 1'' says. next fall.Halfback. man.

troversial issue, never the- The Head Tornado has par- Dale Johns and Still fighting neck and neck are

Share Softball Lead less, the facts speak for them- ticular praise for the offenseIn Dean Johns and
selves. Legal control countiesnot a scrimmage last Thursday first string fullback Christy quarterbacks
only enjoy greater Chandler were also running Mike Norman.
prosperity WHITE A thingof however. Coaches ran
The first game Thursday. May In their first! meeting of the Garden ouMt the /Merchants but they also enjoy! more SPARKLING from tip-to toe is the BIIS offense against the

8, saw the Garden Restauranteven season, the :Merchants shut 17-2 to take the victory. Marcus effective and more efficient law this beauty ball gown of white pebble BUS defense and the offense rip- When? You Use An .\ndr.\\,. ('har (' N I
things
up as they turned Garden out 12-0. It almosta Rhoden and Walt enforcement. The to
I was Edmondsonled courage cotton by Geoffrey Beene. ped the defense to shreds. Account
the tables on the Starke Merchants replay but the winners was Garden with three hits each. act in this matter Is long over Daisy appliques centered with
13-0 In Men Slow Pitch I reversed. due. Bradford County is now rhinestones create a mock bolero nurse quickly added, how- Your Prescription Tux Itecord-(
Softball. The second game saw Hampton one of the few remaining"dry" to underscore the empire ever, that the BUS defense Is are Kept For Von 0 Uy Us!\
take the measure of Terwil- islands in this state. silhouette. It's one of the out. not geared to stop the BUS
wardrobe
in the
legar-Denmark 11-7 In a very Another serious problem standing of 1969 fashions Maid of Cotton offense. "It takes a special Andrews DrugsFor
good game. Hampton, led by which needs quick action is Muirhead. defense against our offense," A S
Richard Turlington with 3 lilts, the establishing of an effective Cathy he said. Fast Deliver Dial 964-7170 SC R 1111

Including an Inside the park zoning program. Implementation
301 DriveInSHOW home run, outslugged T-D 13 to of such a program will
11. hasten the future developmentof
our county. A study was "
Bill Meng and Gerald Thomas undertaken several years ago,
BEGINS AT 7:00 P.M. each had two hits to assist the but no code has yet been adop-
Hampton offense. Greg Reddish ted, let alone implemented. ONLY i
ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students 60c
and Charles Howell were the
Children Under 12 Free top men for the losers with two Our Tax Assessor, Gene i
hits each. Long, deserves the plaudits and
FRI., SAT.. SUN. MAY 16, 17, 18 In Tuesday's first game Gar support of every Bradford iI iI I
citizen in his tax
Double Feature Program den Restaurant won a low scarring County
one, coming out on top 6-1 evaultion program. The tax
picture of Bradford I
over TcrwlllegarDenmark.
99 County is equitable and fair AT S.
WOMENOne Wayne McLeod had the big to industry as a whole. It i
bat for Garden as he had a per- is more than fair to the tim-
ber and while I
fect night at the plate, going industry can
three for three. David Smith understand a company wishing -
to keep its costs of doing
the plate, going three for three.
business down to a minimum,
had two hits for the losers.
One it must also be willing to pay
its fair share. The timber In-
soul The second game saw the industry in Bradford County has Our Sets Carr A Full 5
Merchants run away with a 14- not been paying its fair share.
4 score over Hampton. The
Year NON PHO-HATED
Merchants banged out 14 hits Seventy three per cent of

toi while holding Hampton to Just the land mass of this county Warranty On Picture Tube:
four hits. Claude Hardee and Is under the control or dom-
touchallother i1. Wayne Sapp! led the Merchants ination of five major companIes -
with three hits each. Steve Var- In the timber Industry. Asa For Only Pennies A Da !
num had two of Hampton's result of this control Brad-

w three hits.STANDINGS. ford County is at a disadvan-
,' : Merchants 6-1, tage because desirable prop
Garden 6-1. Hampton 2.5, Ter- erty for homesite developmentor YEAR
? wiUegar Denmark 07.: for industrial developmentjust

: SCHEDULE!: Thursday, May ins't available at reason-
b > 15 8 p.m., Hampton vs Garden able cost from these companies WARRANTY ONLY AT THIS
; 9:30: Ter-Den vs Merch- for not one acre has been placeu
ants t on the market for sale at the

{ Tuesday, May 20 11 p.m., value the companies say it ON PICTURE DEALER IN STARtlE
P should be
taxed
at.
"Ter-Den. vs Hampton; 9:30: ,
la s < Garden vs Merchants. Lake front property and high- 'I
way property are also controlled TUBE AREA
by timber interests.

\ All Americans My suggestions, herein made,
are meant only to be construc- k

Urged to Insist tive.an interested I offer these citizen suggestionsas SAVE UP TO WHEN YOU 9, ',.


''$ WHISPER i r On Economy"Following to If the I can citizens ever of be this of service county, fP $100

to your 9 they need only ask.Respectfully.
the right coiir.sein
friends ,
rN national fiscal affairs it1! Peter J. Novak
you saw
alone the decision of government. -
A CanmnnMim Uniled Condition> """ PttMfitllwiVTUMM COLOR
The will to bend to the
Maria Mercedes Luciana Herbert job of containing inflationary!

SCHELLMcCAMBRIDGE- PALUZZI LOM pressures must> spring from. all
SoMflffeyb iIIPETUW'lIlCK)! DnctMl by JESS FRANCO Produced by HARRVAUN TOWERS is the Governor segments of the economy. $296,500 Racing
A Commonwultri' Unfed Enlcrtjutmtnt' (Inc.ml lo.enaedoe/ (Films""' )Umiltd,' Production
Muwtf' Comfnomvaaltfi United; (Entertainment.Inc. 'SuAlem.! for..Maluft Aud;,nc0 i] from business::!, industry, labor, Tax Distribution
the people generally said
Given In
PLUS Cong. George II. :Mahon (D. April
.
Tex.), Chairman House Committee '

on Appropriations. Bradford County, and a
The Young Runaways Writing in NAM: Reports other every
county in the state has
Cong. :Mahon continued
received $296,500 in racing tax
"Everybody has a stake in it. es during the current racJn YOUR CHOICEtof

Everybody has: an obligationto season and there are still thrall .x
restrain and discipline No distributions to go. : three fine-furniture
Styled
FLORIDA THEATRE one is unimportant in this
business.: : :Men\ have recognized; The April! share of this year's 1 23"giant-screen
from the beginning that one proceeds.! A' amounted to $55,500per compact consoles
Showtime--Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00: of the chief dangers to the county; an.Increase of $1,500 : :

stability of popular A'O'PI'I1ment over last year's receipts at this .each a sensationalvalue I

FRI., SAT. MAY 15, 16 is that it will throwaway time, according to the StateComptroller's
or erode its self-restraint anddiscipline. office
Double Feature Program
.
Since the beginning of the
"Public attitudes shape thi, racing season In November, revenue -
ultimate course of events from the taxes have top .. .- -.

Congress in the long run tendsto ped all records and have produced
follow whatever course it a total of $20 million for

I thinks the majority of )people' the Florida counties. J The BERGHOLM Z4SKWO _

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n genuine oil' finished Walnut
That is our system. With ting on dog and horse races hardwood solids with Scandla veneers styled and bas.select. Advanced I b
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racing, and five per cent on Dials. a a
confident, meet the fiscal and
Jai Alal-plus breakage In each SUIT M y
economic challenges of our
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l yep All Poisonous Producfs of Hollister Baptist Church. ed her mother Mrs, Clayton Notice Of Apnllcntlnn. For TazUe.d : Flnrliln.MOHTOAOK .
0 Fer llrntlroril e..nt a distance of 157.07 feet ton
Rev. Merle Packham. Hope( McCarty at Park of the Palms I FOftKCLOSUnnCnntt
THERESSA concrete monument raid
Out Of Reach Of Children Church pastor. conducted revival and friends. 'Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Notion S!*..I... ini.lll Horohy. F.Olven 8. that WIU..II-. :$n. -tlH. 1\feI"'Or.T.U\1 and 1 h.rlwnit'Aur'lJrroe: ; onn on thenoaIn
services. May 5.11, at Beu- holderof it along
the
Dampier and Mrs. Rhoda Dampier Mr. T. J. Alderman I..oTTHlI OI.I.I1M MH' wife" Bald Southerly Ixiundary a dl.-
Overdoses of B7 Dorothy Mills lah Baptist Church. Highway 21. last weekend.Mr. the filed HiiliI following ecMltfk-ateM, oirtlriratexhas for a plaintiff", vn ROY TUKNISR.akn tan,'n of 725.59 feet to point of
aspirin were the. .
When the cases reported are rhoDe 473-1518 PERSONALSThe and Mrs James Davis tax' : dooil to bn 'IgxtiPd thoronn. ROY TURNERfhLswife.. beginning
leading single HHATHIOH Parr 2' Commence at Iron
of
: cause the almost cortlflr'ato number* and ; an
6,500 poisonings compared according to age and V" thoughts and prayers of Jimmy and Cindv; Mrs. Marian The, of Iftmianco tho clvHcrlptlon f.fnnJr1nt. stake at the Southwesterly corn
in ''Florida sex females outnumbered the the community are with Mrs. Gnann and Mr. and Mrs. E. of years the property, and the namonIn Notice Of Mortgage ForeclosureSale er of said K'Xi of KV4 of HW4.

last year.' according\ to a reportby males in the total tabulations Hope Baptist Church W. C. Loper. who Is at Riverside W. Hodges visited Mr. and Mrs. which It wan annossod are an Public notice In hereby given direction and run thence 331 feet In a to Northerly an Iron
tll'oJ'Univers.ty! of Florida. and Hospital Jacksonville. follows: oflsaunnen that pursuant. to and In strict stake for point: of beglnnlngr.
accounted for over 1.248 Sunday School 10 a.m.: Jimmie Gnann Jr. and family Cortlflcntn No. 107. Tear
SummarY'Fln..1
Other medications both internal accordance with the From point of becrlnnlnjr 1 thus
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and external of the 1,843 people hospitalized, Morning Worship, 11; Training Mr and Mrs. Merle PackhamJr. In Jacksonville Sunday. 1088.Deeerlptlon) of Property COM Judgment of Foreclosure described: contlnus l In m Norther
accounted for The "20 and over" age group Union. 6:30: ; Evening Worship ., of Salt Springs attended Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Marion lit NW COlt OF CALL HAY entered In this causa on the 7tli ly direction along said WftHter
2,677 poisonings of A. D I IS09. the unler4Kned ly
May distance of 150
or slightly day boundary a
W112FT.FOn
more than one-third of all led all others with 2,246 poisonIngs 7:15: ; Wednesday evening Prayer Homecoming at Hope Church Sullivan last Sunday were fiT!'!, RUN POn.N HUN SMUT.! N 04 SI FT.. < as Clerk or paid Court feet to an Iron stake; run
poisonings reported followed by two- Service. 7:30.: with choir and visited his parents Sunday. Mrs. Annabelle Blelllng of Providence Wly 155.77 Ft. Sly 7R Ft. Ely\: will on the 21rd day of May described A. thence In an Easterly direction
reported.
When the sell the following and
1,450 11- I> 1089. parallel 1 to the Southerly
poisonings that :resulted from year-old children with 1,461 practice afterward. Monte and Debbie Ritch of and' Carl and Annie 155 Ft. to POH. SCC-28T-G-S. property situated In boundary of mild' Sncetlon 7
poisonings. Palatka and Richard: Hall spent Brown of Lake Butler. A pleasant 82-13. Bradford County Florida, to- A distance of 801.7U feet to>

overdoses this figure of ,aspirin the total are numberof addedto When all the reports from par Attendance was very good at Saturday night with Mr. and surprise' for MM. Sullivan Name In which asnoBHod, W. :J. wit Two: pnrpels of land. lying In a Westerly oonrreie boundary> monument of the on rightof the

ticipating hospitals around the the annual Homecoming on May Mrs. Clyde Hall. on Mother's Day was a call Stud Ill. hetnnr' In the Kant half (Ely' ) of Houthcnst way of State toad 200 ; run
poisonings attributable to state of Florida 11 with large of past Among the out of town people All of said property Bradford State quarter vSKK!' I ) of Southwest thence In a Southerly direction
medications 'climbs to were tabulated a group from her daughter. Mrs. Doris the County of quarter (SW4) and In thoSouthwest along sold Westerly" boundaryft
4,127 according by Intent, 3,749 cases were and present church: members present at Hope Church Home- Home, of MiamI. of Florida, certificate or certificates nuarter' (SWH ) ofSoutheast distance of 157.07 feet to
to a University of Florida Sinless such (SR'4) of Sec a. concrete monument, runthene
quarter ;
classed from other places, gathering cmlng were former residents. rerteomod according
as accidental many l
.-safety expert. 2,444 a5 Think About It ahull >e tion 7, Township 7 South !(:mice InVolt..rly directionand
intentional (suicidal! ), and 262 for the morning service Mrs. Hilda Griffith of Miami "The greatest to law, tho property,.PI'de-- 23 Kant: nrndfurd< County Florida -. pnralli-1 to the Southerly
Various kinds of household of faults, I (' hoifenldato and being more particularlydoMrrllied boundary. of aforesaid Section 7
At the
as overdoses. There and covered dish dinner. and Mrs Thelma Millican of tltlrateenwill tho
chemicals such as cleaning and was little should say, is to be consciousof the courthouse ss follow..: a distance. of 824,11 feet to point
month-to-month variations although morning service corsages were Ocala. none.CarlYle.. hlfthost' bidder at firm Monday' Parcel. 1: Commence" at an of bcKlnninp.\
polishing agents and petroleum door on the Iron stako set nt the 8W corner at public auction to the highest
mother 1
December led all other presented to the oldest Sunday visitors of Mr. and 19119! which lathe
products. got the blame fora In month of June. .f afloresald fey: < nt IIF.'10 of ,bidder< < for cash, at the Kantdoor
months. present, Mrs H. Roebuck and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan were 2nd tiny of .Tunn 11(18.nated ( SW'i for .point of liealnnlni of the Bradford. County
total of 974 poisonings or the youngest Mrs. Bill Phillips. their son and daughter-inlaw WISH I'D SAID this lath day of. April and run thcnco In a Northerly <:,,"rlh,," ,; In Starke, Florida
23 19M. direction along' the Westerly at 11.00: () A. :M.
about per cent of all canes The term "poisoning" doesn't
A tie developed in the categoryof Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan, of THAT (SEAL) boundary thereof a distance of Dated thli 8th day of May
reprted. Within this category necessarily mean the individual the mother with the most Palatka.A i Charl A.IIrnrhOUl't, of 150! feet to an Iron stake ; run A. D.l mot.OIIAIU..K3! .
;
cleaning and polishing agents died, although all of those poisonings with Clerk: of ('IresPloridhourt I thence In an Easterly direction, A. nAnny. Clerkfly
children present corsages
large of people
group young Bradford and parallel to the Southerlyboundary Ituby V. Williams, Deputy
accounted for' 522 poisonings reported did require being presented to both Mrs. and adults from Hope Baptist 5-8 4t 5-29 : r of afnresnld. Section 7 C'l,Tk.
and Ingestions of kerosene and some sort of hospital treatment.The Betty Breeden and Mrs. Minnie Church enjoyed skating at Lake a dlHtancn of 770.24 feet ton THOMAS: & PTRrtCP:
-r > com'rote monument on the DI1I1..on F. Sullivan
turpentine accounted for another most imoortant thing par Rhoden. At the evening service Butler Tuesday evening. Westerly l niindiiry of the right P. O Drawer loaf)
187. ents can do to prevent a poisoning brought by A Communist is a guy who of way ""f Sure! I'oad. 200; run Ktarkc, Florida. :32001! ()
the message was Mr. and Mrs. Don Sams and In The Clrenl* Court Of TheF.Ighth direction for Plaintiffs
The third' major cause of poisonings accident! Is to keep pesticides Rev. Edgar Wilkinson pastor children of Merritt Island visit wants to awe> your not' to cook : ." ..11.,1 (IrriiK.. In .\ud along thence' .In..hlVuel..rly a Southerly boundary Attorney S-13 It

in Florida last year was medicine! cleaners, and your goose in it. -

chemicals such as bug sprays other potentially poisonous products
weed killers and other pestle out of reach'! of children. Qimimi) KighiN HrM-m-il .
des. The 484 cases reported !in Left-over chemical products 1 TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR

this category accounted for less should/ not be stored! In soda pop COUNTRY MUSIC CONCERTSAT

than'B per cent of all poisoningsthe bottles because children may ,1
: .
safety expert said. mistake them for the $ J tzAG F
real thing. ..
# '.I.'. :, y....
Poisonous plants such as the Failure to properly disposeof ....'U..N' HO'iJ"i
oleander bush and Jimson' weed old medications and empty from Homtii
resulted dn 127 poisonings last containers for pesticides and r Y' to Stuart
I Another other chemical : e ) for SI 00 with,
year. 743 cases were products Is : o .
ny rvgntvr receiptrty
attributed to "miscellaneous often the cause of household nmouni' ill

products. tragedy.and FOOD FAIR STORES
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1 .1/ By Enza BlanchardCHURCH :::: / STORES SAVE NEVER BEFORE I BSrr /HANK".."",. VMLLIAMS. JRS&

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MEN'S FAMOUS THE STONEMAN '
NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins
.i EAGLE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID SNORKEL HIRLEYRAY
The First BapMst Church will and son of St. Augustine. -

hold a Fellowship Supper In Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright MAKER JEANS "" c ;F"00 PM M.y S 30.1969 9 30 PM
the educational building on Saturday of Waycross. Ga. spent Rigidly tested to meet all the Sturdy plastic t.ft 1, Nationally sold at S5.98 latest specifications with valve (t Ft L May 17 7:30 Sunday with
at : p.m. This Mrs. Truby Wain- EXCEEDS ALL SPECIFICATIONS
You'll the Famous L Sat M.
recognize control to v 31 1969
'is in lieu of the usual Home wright: *
Endorsed /
Name and 1 by car manufacturers \ ; 00 PM 19 30 PM
coming services. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. V. quality style automaticallyseal .\ 1f..lbt J'u" Juno'1 1969
*
United Grace Methodist Duck and family for the weekend Assorted colors YOU SAVE 12c out water ; Mdl.n.,3 00 PM ftE
Sizes 27 to 36 1' 1 t9 r 1 ..", 00PM
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Worship were Mr and Mrs W. E. l ,, Mums, ,Bonch Con..nlon H.IIri
/ '
11 a.m. and 8 p.m., Choir MaJor of Miami. < B.oo" Plond, *
practice Wednesday 7 p.m. followed Mrs W. F. Moore was honored ri 1

by MYF. with a family! dinner at the eoM'.m.. .- i GILLETTE KNACK

First Baptist -Sunday School home of her son-in-law and L_.*. -,.>....."."'": ** ...... '" ......, .. .-..- ... "0' ,,?..: s6rX 'lot.. It'r 0n*
9:45.: Worship) 11 a.m. and 7:30: ( (daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. w. RAZOR
.yilM*
p.m., Training Union 6:30: p.m. Thomas in Live Oak. Those at- V ,

Midweek services Wednesday tending were Mr, and Mrs. S. r 15" STEEL WALL POOL BY IDEAL m.I RE
7:30: p.m.Church. D. Andrews and family of Wild- !Mri-W LIST

of God Sunday wood Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey YOU SAVE 12c PRICE

School 10 a.m. Worship 11 am. and children of Lawtey, and Corrujat"d( enameled steel wall '

and 7:30: p.m., YPE Wednesday Mr. and ;Mrs. Chuck Moore of Hetn/V'duty vinyl liner I I .d: lyt4

7:30: p.m. Lake City. Fun for the whole I r"
family l8 11' 1 t
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,
Highland Baptist Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Anders y '

School 9:45: a.m.. Worship 11 and family of Palatka spent BOYS' BOXERDUNGAREES -- 1 tc

a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Choir practice Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. ? r-

6:30: p.m. Prayer meeting Anders and all attended Moth- '
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. services and fellowship i I I I HEW/
ers Day MB. SOLDER
Mrs. B. L. Wllkison and L. P. III II
dinner at Long Branch Baptist Jaunty t juans in jelly : III1I I tl ,
Rafuse are in St. Vincent's Hospital. Church. bean: colors: : I II f Acid or Q-TIPS COTTON

They hav; the prayers Mrs. J. O. Pons of Talihassce Sturdily: : constructed; : l LIMIT 1 rosin core F/7
and best wishes of denim 170'S3PC.
of their friends. spent the weekend with Mr. and heavy duty SWABS
Carl Moore of Live Oak was Elastic boxer waist l r
Mrs B. E. Reddish.
visiting his cousin Miss Elizabeth Mrs. A, C. Pearce was a dinner Sies3 8 4 : GARDEN 150-FT. REWEB KITS ELECTRIC PRICEE UST < m
Terry Monday morning.'I'he .
!guest of Mr .and Mrs. Wai-

family of Mrs. Daisy len Sapp and Lynn in Jacksonville TOOL SET 10D'Vectrapnly' /.r.l
Starling honored with a surprise last Saturday. Friends regret tf .-J;: : ,propylene: fiber of SOLDERING CURAD ADHESIVE
family dinner at the home of t ) great strength "
to learn of the recent "'o \
yOU SAVE 23c ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp. Those tragic death of Mrs. Pearce's Heavy gu, !u0 steel i l 7 Guaranteed! against : \ IRONS BANDAGES
......
attending included defects IIssorted'' OUC "
Mrs Wiley \
grandson, Robbie Young of \ I 32MEN'S
Smith and daughter of Jacksonville Athens Ga.Robert BHJ l Sharp blmJes" colors; 150'x2Vi" 42 Watt Pencil I ASSORTED

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Star- Rosier of Jacksonville /7 /; i:. Iron for the

ling, Mr. and Mrs. Robert was visiting Mr. and Mrs. James r Bright red bakedon modular, I >. i" ::9 LIST

Crawford and children, Mr. and Rosier Sunday. t\ enamel YOU SAVE 67c 1 h\\ mechanic, 4I! I" PRICE
Mrs. '
Eugene Starling and family hobbyist ft/
Mrs Glenn Williamson and "
.
Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Higgin- children of Macclenny] were COMBED COTTON f L GREAT LIMIT 1 1,66"+ \ radio I work CUR AD '

botham and children and Mr. Monday visitors of Mrs. Troy .-
and ]T-SHIRTS VALUEI! Weighs 3 Oz.
Mrs. Rudie Higginbotham Bennett. The Donald Bennettsare \ g'
I
and children. Tip temperature
spending some time in Fort Full I comlicd' cotton

Mothers day with others: Lauderdale and Mrs. Bennett Is White uk M L 2 FLASHLIGHTS & 4 BATTERIES I U.5500.5700 L, approved' a

Mrs. John Shuford had her keeping the boys while they are '

five sons for Sunday dinner. away. .1' Set includes 2 ll.ishlicjlits YOU SAVE hoc ALLER EST TABLETS

Besides Dave there were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Bradleyand __..-- :'. ..: .. and 4 lotteries h hf .. 24S
and Mrs. Joe Shuford and young son, and .Mr. and 6YOUSAVE32C I I 'f LIST
.. *t One for the home and an
daughter of St. Augustine, Mr. Mrs. Randal Bradley of Jack *' f 7 PRICE 9.31
and Mrs. Sid: Shuford and sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Gary s one for the carl! ,._ J

daughter of Starke Mr. and Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Spur- YOU SAVE "i4c '
YOU SAVE 54c .
Mrs. Phil Shuford of Tallahassee peon:( Massey and children were MEN'S CONSTRUCTION CAPS 2 BAND I AN &;

and Mr. and Mrs. George Sunday dinner !guests of Mr. R 0 e

Shuford and children of Lawtey. and Mrs. R, L. Bradley. OR HATS | | ( i, SHORTWAVE f RADIOS I '

Sunday visitors 0: Mr. and Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond .yellOWI'OIYCdrb'P Sl J :): _:. WJ ,

Mrs. L. M. McClellan were Mr. Brvan on Sunday were \ :::1.1: t... 147' L NEVER EFORE!

and Mrs. Maxie Reddish of the their son-in-law and daughter ,', LMi( distance cir-
State Farm and :Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs of mJ .. 5 :J\- -.;, :.::::::.=:--:: r cult: Ul sc f le

Bobby Reddish of Starke. and Gainesville. Another daughter SAVE/.5r: __ antmiiK carry infcu

Mr McClellan's mother, Mrs. W. Mrs. Ronald Williams who lives YOU 33INDOOR t' _an4) carfhan*

H. ,/' ,Hail, and brother Elmer next door cooked dinner for the WI r\: = _* Katttrio_ _inclurfwl_
Hall/ and family. special day. 7; LADIES' ORLON & BOAT LIMITED SUPPLY

Mrs. Patricia WafTs and The Bryan had a call from SHOE BOXES _
,
daughters of Jacksonville spent son Ted last Friday from Charlotte A.f -
PRINTED SHORTS : I BATTERY CABLES L YOU SAVE 1.B7 ;
Sunday with Mrs. H. C. Wainwright S. C. He had just returned J ; ? 4 Koup your shout ANTENNA ..

from a cruise in the Carrl- Well tailored, liuyying fiii-. ti; showcase ,luan'' r- 1
hip ,< -- '
Mrs Ed Durban spent Saturday bean Sea and was leaving soon N'I Attractive, patterns in easy .v .*..... :-:.:...;: Cover designed[ t Directroiw: I'/ \I..:,.\ t. /.. "B r8.5
and Sunday with Mr. and for his home base in Norfolk .. ? with I stai.kmg; I position Beam '/

Mrs. Fay Durban and son in Va.Mrs. care Sixes orion to 18 ;?' y-- ...... feature staff si.'li'ctor, and l and phasing 1".lss !J. ". ..V'""';-: .h' .....
Gainesville Cora Hodees of Jacksonville f'l -- ... / ... Gold Avocado /
element
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Sunday visitors of Mr. and : !1.0 visiting! F \\
; Mrs Hester :: < UHF Dual Twin nobles r:::::: ,. J-
Mrs. P. L. Dinkins were Charles Hicks. They attended Mothers ;: 1ft 9 II -- for ;nil 'ch.iiini'h "r'

Dinklns! of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Day service and fellowship, dinner ;':::';4>t a YOU SAVE 35c ';" VHF YOU SAVE 9Gc! B Foot jumper" ..set to YOU SAVE 60.

Jim Burton of Jacksonville Mr. at Long Branch Baptist. "" _..
s :fy B/W eh"'III'luI'ushlllgdlul' a
and/Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo, Church #6 .
yyr .: ,
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: Rivers Of Hot Water At { 4
."'i BIKINI PANTIES _. ....... 100". Washable cool Cotton ,
HI -TOP WORK
LLOAFERS
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:/1: ] LOW LOW COST : :. Pretty prissy prints in ''4

L., r p IIr.' Assorted prints e':. 'G.'r.; assorted colors ,6. ''' f. fi@Lt Quality vinyl; tricot Hi-top tan leather
.t't1ih1l' a Sizes 4 to U 1. l uppers SHjdOES.
.I,2) .:. Lacey styles 1 t A.; :" \ lined; in cordovan color Rugged black rubber ala .
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Rainfall Drops 'f'' \ '''1 ,. -, I
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Go < "WS'yjr: ; ; (? Mtf3

.Lers, To .23 Inches -. >: ; -

From May 5-12 : : r r 'o,31f: ""'" ,



ttf nerve,. STtarpe: Only .23 inches of rain fell the on 1tG1J ::' Qiit\fIJi.l!\ ; l/Jd/ (f' (/ f/iJif !etfllrIJ.h. 99 > !


Sending small children out to Bradford County during ,. .'
from May S-12 according:: ':." ::: : ,;, ';:.;'.'.+ \ '
play Isn't as bad as toss- week ; ; \ ; ....,/: '. : ing them into a lion's den-- to the (Florida Forest Service ;: ,. ..& :
but it can be equally as dange- but rainfall this month has already -

rous. exceeded the 50-year

Ornamental plants are the average.
EVERGREEN BAPTIST '
fires were reported. CHURCH OF CHRIST CHURCH CHURCH OF JESUS:: CHRIST
worst offenders. No forest FIRST BETHEL BAPTIST
FKESBYTERIAN LAWTEY.
CHURCH
Many parents believe In let- The New River and Louis Hill CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS Sunday: Bible Study 10 ,a. m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Sunday School. 9:45 m. 10
: a. Sunday School a.m. Morn.few .- St.
Call
make "oral each reported .3 Inches CHURCII Vlor'nlng Worship and Commun- 11 Evening (416( East
tint infants etplorations" : fire towers Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Youth Worship 11:15. / Worship, u m.;
:
Sunday PI'Icsthocd8:45
: :
about'1e yard of rain and the Santa Fe Sunday School. 10 a.m.. ,011 Service 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.; PlayerMeeting Services:
6 Choir Practice
Fellowship. p. m. Night: service. 6:30. Highway.
10(1Sacra( ) -
School, : ;
It's .1 inch The county Worship Service 11 .. m. ices 6:00.: 7:30 Wednesday Sunday
one way for children to tower Just Wednesday 8 p. m. 125, northwest of Lawtey.-Rev. 9erv/ : p. m.; President(
Branch
learn about their environment average was .23 Inches.A Evening Service. 7 p.m. Robert D. Dutch W ctlnesday Worship service 7 Rev. J. C. ItasUMi, pastor( ment 11:00: ?
thev sav. total of 2.86 Inches has fall Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer Rev. R. L. Bennett pastor. p. m. Minister Jack: P. Bell.NOR1'a'il Dean Hansen 9646278. ''I i

far this month exceedingthe feting.Thursday. MORGAN ROAD CIIAI'EL;
en BO PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
Yet, some plants the chili BAPTIST
taste 50-year average of 2.72 Inches Night Prayer Meeting GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning DE BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a. m Sunda.ySchool KINGSLEY LAKE
may are as deadly as i
CHURCH
rattlesnake's by .14 Inches. In church. 7:3: p.m. Highway 100-A Worship. 11 ft. m. Pre-Ser- CHURCH 11:00: a. m. Morning
fangs.A _
Youth Service. Friday' night Schedule services: Sunday. 6:00 Training Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training
light snack of Gloriosi vices (Booster Band, Young Worship, : p. m
(climbing lily) tubers has cau Four-day outlook beginning 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 .a.m. Morn- People> and Prayer Service), 6 School 9:45: a. m. Morning Woci Union. 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Union 10:15: a.m. Morning
Wednesday the Ivy Luke. PastorSMYRNA Ing Worship 11. Training Union un- Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship -
sed death in four hours. One according to p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. i hp! 10:45: a. m, Training sQdp.
tiny rosary pea with its scar- Forest Service calls for temperatures 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8. Midweek Sea-vice. Wednesday ion., 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday-7:30: Prater Ser- 7:30: ,p. m. Mid-week Prayer

let jacket and Jet black tip isa to remain a little below : MISSIONARYBAPTIST Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8p.m. 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D. 7M5.: Mid-week Prayer Service vices, 1st :and 3rd Wednesday Service. Wednesday 7:30: p.

lethal dose. Luckily for normal. Humidity is expected CHURCH 'Rev. VlrgU Lovett. pastor Wednesday, 7:45: p. m, night-1:00: p. m. Family night. m. Come let us worship( together(
to be 1 W3 W Pratt St; Sunday services -
and less
children the see-coat of this average than pastor.
crabeye is hard 1.4inch of rain Is predictedfor : Sunduy School 10 a. m. :::: ':
pea and imper
the weekend. Preaching. 11 a. m, Training
children the
seed-coat of this
Union, 3:45: p. m. Evening War-
crabeye pea Is hard and im There have been 60 forest hip 7 p. Everyone welcome. JORDAN MISSIONARY

pervious to moisture. Untracked fires since Jan. 1 thls year compared -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor BAPTIST MISSION

the seed can be swallowed to 120 during the same U. S. 301 North behind Tutee I

without danger. But one period In 1968. Freez Drive In. Sunday I .
ST. !MARKS
seed thoroughly chewed bringssure EPISCOPAL School. 10 a.m. Worship Service I! I:

death.In contain one bony seed.
Sunday services: 8:30: a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer .., :.:.
One leaf of the oleander is Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. .. ...
recent years lantana has Holy Ercharist. 9:43: Church ::
been blamed for the death of reported toxic enough to kill School. 1L: Family SC1..ice.Holy -Leroy Olive pastor, ; E. L. (I jij ii

'" an adult. Children have been Eucharist! 1st Gad 3rd GrUtia, associate. pastor. 1 / :
one child the illness of two made ill by carrying oleander
Sundays:: : Morning' :: Prayer, 'nd \\ \. .::: ::::
:>others and skin %
injury toa flowers around in their :::: ,, \. ::::
j1j\
::::
and 4th Sundays. \
fourth. The death was attri- mouths, while at play.A :: :::; 4 >>
buted to eating lantana N .. .
berries. number individuals have t 1 1

Botanists with the Institute suffered serious poisoning after FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH; OF GOD } j11 "
of Food and Agricultural Sci- eating frankfurters &i.\ : : 111ii
roasted on STARKE 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. i '
: : ..
..
ences believe this is ; .
the first oleander stems. InhaUng smoke Sunday School 9:45.: Morning. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship! ....a .. mil ::;: ::::
record of human :
from
poisoning associated oleander stems is another Worship, 11; sermon: "If the Services 11 n. m. and 7:30: p. :::: 1r NI.

with lantana plants. way to get deathly sick. Son shall make you free you m. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30p. : : .;::: ......... .:;..::. ,.' :::.:::.
..
However it has been known Children playing with ... ...
poke- "
shall be free 'Indeed. Training m.-Rev Chester J. Shoiippe": tj
for years that lantana can poi weed use its purple berries to Union, 6:15.: Evening Worship. pastor. j ; ; f
son cattle. An alkaloid called make "play ink" or as "war ::::
7:30: : sermon. "Are you sancti : :::: '''. -..
::
lantanine is the paint". ii iiI
killer. They are safe until ; ;
tied? HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH r \.,
)
Touching crushed lantana one youngster
suggests sampling Staff Prayer Time, Monday (Highway 100 at Theresaa.) i iwil'L
leaves is known to cause a the berries. Cases of W -
through Friday. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School-10 a. m. -
skin i1
reaction. One child was jimsonweed poisoning have been I
Monday Youth Choir Practice Morning WOl'ship-ll a. m.
hospitalized after playing by a reported in Florida after child- il I
clump of lantana plants. The ren have died from eating the 7 p.m. Training Ur.lon.-6:30: p. in.

exposed skin was marked with fruit of this glossy privet. TuesdayJunior Choir, Sunbeams Evening W\l1'Shlp-7:15: p. in. .
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white The 3:30.: Primary Choir Wednesday Night Player Services :'
splotches and reddish a hydrangea has at least one ....
areas. mark against its name as a CA. 4:15.: -7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle : ;:::: ;:;:;. :::

Lantana is a shrub from threeto poisonous plant. Wednesday Family Night Packham, pastor .1 : : '\ \ ::1:
i :: IT'S BEEN
five feet tall. The flowers Most ornamentals are harmless Supper (covered dish), 6:30.: f : ;' j 1;
are displayed In disk-like but to be safe enjoy their Sunday School teachers and officers FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD >ii ; : ya tuy>Ht' S 1\\

clusters on long stalks. Individual beauty but not their taste. meeting, 7. Prayer Meeting OF STARKE }1i :: A LONG YEAR ; ; jmI

flowers have four lobes It's a good idea to teach child- 7:30.: Church Choir Practice West Weldon St. and Raiford WH r I1i

and are tubular in the lower ren to avoid putting anything in 8:15.FIRST: Road f

white part They may be creamy their mouths except food. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. 1i : ; >"I M Just a little longer and homework, and) ?111?
yellow pink orange or Even crawlers in playpensmay UNITED METHODIST 11:00: a. m. :Morning Worship; .. > y ; : :::;
scarlet. reach out between the bars STARKE *::00 p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : .:: :::;; ROIIN ''z exams will be over and then VACATION": : ;

green The or stems brown are bluntly square and pull in anything within SundayChurch School, 9:45: : m. Evangelistic: Sen ices. 1j 1 m Ap iha Church li God'1 appointed nitncx In thin TIME. It is so good to have something to ]lookforward t 1

and may be armed reach. Grass and most lawn Morning Worship, 11; iMYF Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MM- }. v world far ,iprtodln)Hit kiwwlidgt ol Mil loco OJ' .... ,X

Leaves with are weak In sharp solnes. weeds are harmless but poi Snack Supper, 6 p.m.; MYF Week PrajeiMeeting.:! :.:.?' :.::.:: f for men and of Nil demand for man lo mpondto ) to. swimming] fishing, ball I, all of .:::.::: :.:}.::
pairs or whorls sonous mush.Jams may be :Meetings. 6:30: ; Evening Worship Pastor T GilleyhIEILBRONN : :.:.: : ::::
of three. : E. ::ti to thai lava by toning hit ntighbor. Without those \vondciful activities. :::
growing within reach. Before 7:30.Monday: :::: :;:;' I LI *
Lantana berries s trill grounding In Hit law of God, na govim- }

to blue or black nearly are green one- yard leaving be 4 sure toddler he's alone not among in the 3:15: ; ,MYF-Sub-District Jr. Girl Meetingat Scouts. BAPTIST ::1 r: ;::; I Net ar mlily ar may of lift will, long E Yes, it is: good: 1 to have something to look forw ::::: ::'

fourth inch in diameter and killer plants. Pleasant Grove Church at CHURCH, HIGHWAY 18' N. f and tht frttdomi which wt hold ladtar A anl t to. I look forward each week to an 01)P01'q 1 1>,
1 will Intvllably ptriih. Thtrtfort, ran l i.4
Lake City 7:30.: Sunday School 9:45: a. m from a itlflih point tf vft*,ant ihould lupaarttht tunity to worshipith others in the House ;:::; :;::
:MoiniiiET Worship, 11. Training :::: :;:: .:.:. :.
Tuesday Jr. Girl Scouts .... Church far tht uht of Iht willart of him. !
wend or TAX BASS 3:15.: Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser :: Q of the Lord I look forward to the hymns of ::::: ::;:
i: :::: wit and M< foxily Ityond, that, howavtr,
lice 7:30.: Midweek: Prayer tier : :; :;:
.
Motlo. id h.r.br ptv.e that an Si h. 38th Uy of H.7, 194S .t Wednesday PrayerMeet. \rice 7:30.: :::: I 1 awry ptnon tnouM, uphold and partlilpota In praise to the time of Bible study 1 and to the :
,;ont, of trJon : Ing and Bible Study 7:30.:
Bradford stetS at Florida t.y col..rtltto.0.
> will i
th. following d..orlb,.d land to patha anointaat d". for t.z.. hor.tn Thursday Chancel Choir .Rev. L. Tummy Howe. Pastor 1 1 jf Iht Church batouit it tact Iht truth oboutmon'l I message brought by God's servant. Why don'tyou f }
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opooalta tha ., togathar with all ooat of auoh ala end all .d- i: lift, death and dtttlny, tht truth which :
...rti.tns. Rehearsal 7:45.: this week church t H
join at and
'-Rev. D UKAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH 11 1 ; alont, will Ml him frtt It llvt at a child of me participate %
T. Farahee pastor.GLASS I
10 :Morn- : : ::1:
Sunday School a m. God in these joyful moments. ;:
::
inn:: Worship, 11 .a, m. and-7 p 1: : ::::: :::::

2aaorlptlon of Aaoiait. of m.-- Rev. Fred JOhM, pastor :::: ::::: ::::: ::::
Land Omar Tar.and Coats ;i:::: ::::: IItCof..on% Adr.S.r.,
NEW lilVEIt BAPTIST :i
rftsr: or KAUHOAO Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn' i l'':':':':':':':':':':':':''',$ ':''''::''<':<":: ':''':'':""""""":" """"""" "":':"":" ":"::::",:,',:,:,:,",:,',':",:,',",:::::,::',:",:",:,":,:" "" ",,,, -

ing Worship 11 a. m. Training ,
Lot 6 Blk 7 N
10oel.br yo.it
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Unlcu. 7 p. m. Evening Worship,

Block 11 II.". ....... 6,6 C FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors 8 p: in. Wednesday. :night ser #

II 66.66' Blk !<" vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel f;.
N 66.66 blk 6 Clifton Prnt 20."( come.i. L. Parker, pa.stor.FIRS' .

Block 17 H.rrJn Holier 87.;: "66"SERVICE
FOR EVERY PURPOSESHEA'S STARKE !
CHRISTIAN CHURCH HURST SHELL
Bag at Ft 70' U of MW Cor St. I FAULKNER
at 6 L.k. .Ya N 60' W JO' S .. Sunday Service: Sunday
60' To laka A.a t '0' to Bag Hrrln. Rotivr 39.4! School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Wore ''L SERVICE ::1:
SERVICE
a) of Blk 2Si ship, 10:45: a. m. Evening Service i: GULF

of Ilk 25 M..ttl. Cxrtor 1'.': GLASS CO.J124J1' 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service 964.6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231 :i i1 i
Di.. Lot 7 I* S ton n Dol'!.. tanoon 21.1C 3T2-4HJ Wednesday 7:15: p. m AND Carl Hurst Phone

co. 34 Cor Ding Lot 7 Im IOn 1113 N.W.-4tfc Plate -Charles Reese, minister Tire Tiring 1
Sao Una To 200 fcOO'tf HAUL RENTALS
Hr
To FOB El C 200 art Lenaonat ,.11: Goinaivlll BAYLESS HIGHWAYBAPTIST Headlight Adjusting ::::
I
SALT 0 P I
\5' Lot 6 1 S ,,'' Lot 7 ClAiJo .. 11"1. '..8)II. SEEThe Sunday\. School 10 arm Pro- Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and

Lot 10A >.o B spell 9.8JMlnnlo acting: Services >at 11. Training j# Minor Tune-Ups Alignment
'
Lot. B,9,10,11, 6 12 Ilk 13 H.. John Paint People'Moore Union; 6 p.m.Evening Service :g SERVICE 1 1'

con B.I4 11.2C ?,. Midweek Prayer Meeting. t 1011 N. Temple Avenue -.._-.... PROMPT ROAD .:.'

Coi H Cor Lot 15 Bin NIP Along .... Wednesday.' 7:30.: (Everyone' .wei. ')
W Bdrr Lot 15 200' to FOB i come. Rev. George E. Cro- PHONE 964.5899 All Minor Repairs 1
lit on rtdrr 6J.7V.nr 1(55',
sir. On I Bdrr Lot 1JA 02.73': PAINTSCENTRAL well, paotor. 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke m:
A? 165' to rOB Jojo L.. u.lkr 5.0C STARKE BUILDERS

Lot: 2 Blk 16 .
H.IT7/ Klttl 1.6C 1
PAINT I1A.MP10N CHRISTIAN Hlway 301 and 100
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Coo. 34 Cor Lot Him N /.
17 )< SUPPLIES Inc. LAWSON ::
CHURCH ::
160' Par\ B... B\.. N 346' 100' STORES INC. : ,
a )M4' W 100' To Bag Mid 3t.t Ho...> Sunday School 1U a. m. Morn :: Starke
In. to.6) 636 NW. 13th STREETGAINESVILLE ing Worship at li: Evening Featuring Ace Hardware *10 S. Temple MEAT MARKET
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Bag m Cor N 130 Lot J} : 50' Worship, 7:30.: ,- Rev. Carl 1:: Complete Paint Supplies
:
Io Bag 1 50' a 50' N 50
Bag Hid atat Ha... J=HONE!!: 376-1201 Clarke pastor jj1 and Sporting Goods AND COLD STORAGE W


I 50' of 150 of v\ Blk .W. pfd Ino State Koa. 17.90 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHHAMP1UN \+> Check' With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialize in Custom Slaughlr.ing. 1

Ino 3.20 : Cutting and Wrapplng1 :

Con. NV Car At Port tot 18 t Of Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning : # 219 Washington St. 9645270ACMMKUC& MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Freeze ::1. .
Or St a 2?'t I 2 3 9"" M 60' II 9..* 1 120' To dd
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3.60 Union. 6::30. Wednesday 1l1gbtPra.er WHOLESALEPhone 1 iy

Bag 200' I of N* COT Lot 20 I Meeting, 7:30: followed m FLORIDA 24-F t. Wide :::
200' a 100' t 200 II100' To BagV lire H J OumOltrThowti 8."S by choir practice. Starke Nun- :J:: 964-7059 ;:: .
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55' Lot 26 6 Lot 26A lag Home service 2:45 :
Boll 17.3: : p. m. Also 12-Ft. Wide STREETBRADFORD
-Rev. Melvin 1 EST PALMETTO :
Lot 27 T J Ald.".. 1.60co. Hamel pastor '

aw Cor Lot 21 Bun. I 721' II '::' MOBILE HOMES 'zONtROL :
?>".>| For Bag I BO' II )0' weo' CALVARY BAPTIST o '
.-1)0' Bonnr Hurl Ask Sunday School 10 Morning COUNTY
a. m. ::11: Campers and Traveltrallers .
Bobomn 3."0 )
Worship 11 a. m. Training:!
::
COB SW Cor Lot 18 Ban II 325 ::: TELEGRAPH
Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening .Service -
Tor Bag 1\ Ii.0'N$1' M Charley Keystone Heights .
.f-kO' 351' to Bag Bonny H'rt. 7::30.JVayer Meeting, Wednesday V i

Aobor.on 3.90 E.Johna. 7:30: p. m.-Rev R. H. r jj 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473.4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES :
Co* al Cot Ilk 21 g 721' S Butler, pa..I,:. ; :
I)?' Fop Bag ( 80' H 107' : TYPEWRITERS .
II. 80' 9 107TCf To Bag c.ul Dunow 1".)J s Phone 964-5745 for FREE r

Mt ;;t;w4 II J35' tot J1 ADDING MACHINES :'
.Alb. HOB Bmllor 2.70 DEDAN BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH ;:i Inspections and Estimates BRADFORDABSTRACT

a Let Ntf Cur Lot 102 2210'< About This Question: NI
p I, Ii a on S. 257' "S on M Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn 7"
pr lou UNBlk ttln R T LD .. U.O "Outboard motors are fre- ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Ih CO. EDWARDS

Cp f .k.. d N 150' 1 quently ruined by upset or Union, 6:30: P. m. Evening Service I WILLIAMSJEWELRY

v .uit. atnniMmr4 7.,) tire and are lost overboardor 730Rev.: Lacy Conway Grocery and MarketTitle

111 Acrt. Let It J5o JonMbirtte .. 6.S5 stolen. There is alwaysthe -utor. Better Service For Your
accident danger to Groceries Meats Feed v
at Coy Blk 52 lha M TOO'for
_.. H *00' M J7J.ZI" a swimmers, boaters'and wa. Airpark Baptist Ctmreh Problems
too- a nt.it TO i.i Will. ter skiers. Does your agency Sunday School 9:45: a.m.: Morning Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL

i. 111.- provide both all-risk Worship. 11:00: a.m.: Even Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts and Gladys Edwards Y
at Coy Let Jack 3
it 5 572,22'
r ?.*. 100' I ?0' a 100' insurance en the boat and ing Worship. 7:00: p.m.; Wed BULOVA WATCHES .
70' to ).. L.tttrr. will- motor plus liability coverage Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Stark {
i.. 110..90ttotto4 for boating accidents?" 7:00: p.m. Study on Book of 142 W. Call St. Starke :

0U Sot II Lint ..d By B/w realms. Nathan L. ModUng, 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 PHONE 96 .5312
tar T. u 105' for *.. Phone 964-7064
105'' ( On Bll*. Ill S7tf Charley E. JUtor. Everyone Welcome.
4 ... tt U 10}' M T. \ ;
I. Bonding EVERGREEN BAPTIST CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE, Inc. >::

!... Oo to.10 JOHNS AGENCY
Hlghwa _.w" 'NqrUlnM cElectrically
Let 40.. I/O Our Members Live Better
.i Brea 2ii.35 Lawney, Sunday School Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping
131 So. Walnut St. l.pa.m.
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: Worship 11:15.
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sit N J/U ar4 1th S Keyntone Heights-Phone 473-4911 ::
TA[ OOIteCP 01I.IdlaI Phone 964-5070 .1L Service. 8:30.--Rn.1:
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A of duty in Vietnam after spending
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NEW BOOKS a 30-day< leave with his par NEED READY) CASH?
NEWS ABOUTSERVICE ents. Mr. and Mrs. John W.
AT THE LIBRARY Powell, of Starke. He Is serving

A ---- __ MEN with Force Headquarters Security General 2nd Staff Field \ Come See Us :'

ADULT NONFICTION ADULT-FICTION 1 1CI APO San Francisco 96266.

A. Portrait, Of 1+'aac:: Newton The Blackmailers Cecil; The 47jp 11' I.r% We make loan for

I Manuel; Overweight Causes East Indlaman Meacham. ; PFC JOSEPH STARLING Specialist Powell was wounded any worthwhile pur
Cost & Control Mayer Eat, The Craigshaw Curse Webb; I
; WOUNDED IN ACTION in Vietnam in 1967 and has ; pose. .
Drink & We Live Longer Foxes On The Hill Hllslnger; received the Purple Heart, the A N
PFC Joseph E. Starling son
Johnson; The Rich; Are They Impossible Object Mosley; Combat :Medal, and other cita- $25 to $600DO I
of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Starlingof
Taylor The _
Different? Klrsteln; Con- ; Bang Bang Birds tions. He (has already served !
In America Diment; The Face In The FrostBellalrs Lawtey, has been wounded
science Schlitssel; two years In Vietnam, signingup YOU HAVE .
times while
three with
serving
Ralph Waldo Emerson Bode; ; The Adventures Of for two six-month extensions
A Field Of Buttercups Hy- Rinaldo Holt; No More Sep- the armed forces in Vietnam. after his original one-year tour. Too many paynvc') '
His latest Injuries were received
ams; Lyrical & Critical Essays tembers Glennon; MartyrsNever This will be his third six-month to make?
In a booby trap explosion -
Camus; Shoal Of Time Die Nicanor; The extension
Daw; The Elite Press Merrill Tyranny Of Love Spencer; and he ds now In a (hospital -Too many hUb
; The Tragedy: Of Lyndon B. Transplant Jones; Death Of In Japan where he Is recuperating -
Johnson Goldman; Appointment A Con Man Bell; The Loving from surgery, and will remain .- payToo .
On The Moon Lewis; Cup Prior; .The Capitol Hill until able to return to the Seaman Apprentice Rudy L. many t-
Affair States.He of John R. Williams ::ii .
Williams son
Fantastic Folklore & Fact Leigh; The Pursuit Of coming due?
Snow; Selected Poems: 1956- Happiness Rogers; She would like to hear from of Brooker recently grad
1968 Cohen; Writing Fiction Should Have Cried On Monday i friends. Letters and cards may uated from Electronics Technician -
For Profit Heckelmann; How Russell; The Last Mayday be sent to the following ad- School at the U. S. Coast Let Us Halp With Your Money
To Live With HypoglycemiaBoylan ,Wheeler; Casion Royale-Fleming dress: PFC Jos. E. Starling, Guard Training Center, Govern-
; The Higher LearningIn ; The Winter People Whit ---- RA67098146, Ward C-3, 106 Gen or's Island N. Y. The 18-week Problems
America A Reassessment ney; Blind Man With A Pistol eral Hospital APO San FrancU- course provided a background
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Woodring; Hew Many Miles To -Himes; Christmas ThroughThe co, Calif. 96503.Specialist4 In the maintenance and repairof TOWN FINANCE CO.
Years Carroll; The Age / all shipboard and shorestation
Gelena? Bissell; History Of
Of Robert E. Powell electronic equipment and Phone 96*
Ethics Bourke; The ClimaxOf Pussyfoot Pohl; The Striker 226 N. Temple
Home Grant; So HumanAn Portfolio-Hall; Small Chan- left last week for another tour other types of communication.
ges Clement Time Out _
Animal Dubos; The Sat- ;
rical Rogue On Poetry Francis Ely; Die Laughing Lockrldge; s
The Ascent Of D-13 Garve;
; The Lost American -' Hib- 7>
ben; The Unconscious Mind The Family CarnovskyAsh-
Wolman; 'Art In Africa Bod kenazi; Black Alice Disch; 150 STORES THROUGHOUT 7 SOUTHEASTERN STATES!
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West Gulick; The Hero Ship
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Private Property Bertie.
Stories Of The Steppes -Ma-
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Heaps; It's All Done By Numbers
Barnard; The Pygmies
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The Stcry Of Commock The > '
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Wyndham; -
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A Tree For
Peter Seredy;
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THE STARKE SHRINE CLUB


MUSIC

Dinner Will BeDOOR

-- PRIZES Invites' Y au To Our Annual Served From


*FUN FOR

5:30 to 7:30 P.M.

ALL CHICKEN DINNER

We Also Have



Donation $1.25 With All] The Trimmings Take Out Boxes .





Saturday, May 17th Starke Elementary CafeteriaThe




Members of the Starke Shrine Club thanks those listed below for their cooperation, and urge everyone to give them as much


of your business. as Dossible. Keystone Heights_ .

Starke Starke Starke Starke Kim's Shell Service

Community State Bank B & G Truck Stop Restaurant Plaza Barber Shop James M. "Buck" Norman Burton's Sales & Service

Strout Realty Merritt H. Williams John A. Torde Shell Dist.Florida Power & Light Co. Lake Geneva Trailer Sales
Mary D. Brown.
First Federal Savings & LoanBuck's Henderson Service Center
Bill Reddish Store
Starke Motor CourtS Stan's Bootery
Heilhronn Springs S. E.McKay Realtors: & App.
S Noegel Auto Sales Grocery & Market Gem Jewelers
Club 100 Belote Drug Store
Kentucky Fried Chicken Thomas Welding Shop Hiwav 100 West
Sunoco Service Station Congratulations to Starke Shrine Club
For the Fine Wc'rk They are Doing.
Ed Wainwright Ins. Agency Faulkner's Gulf & U Haul 'L. J. Kite Clay Electric
St' Dept Store: Pulpwood & Timber
Dixie Motel '
J. D. Odom Jr.Bill Gainesville
C. H. Nasworthy General Sup.
Strickland's Landing
J. E. Hardy Auto Sales
Edwards '66 Service StationCity H ous t on' Gulf Station Kingsley Lake Add. Office Equi p ment.
Noegel's 301

New Englander] Restaurant.Motel I Barber Shop CIty Barber Shop New Kingsley Beach Williams.Neon Sign Inc.

Hardy Brothers Salvage Yard A FriendBadcock L. Conway American Sere Sta. Bradford Septic Tank Service Pepsi Cola of GainesvilleTastee

Freez Drive In Hamilton Concrete Products Palm Lanes
Furniture
Gilbert Brown's Std. Station .

Starling Farm Supply Hurst Shell StationSmitty's : Sleepy I Hollow Motel Wells Electric Eli Witt Cigar & Candy Dist. I I

Holiday Inn of Starke
Barbershop Food Fair. Fla. Motor& Equipment Co. k;
LaWtey
New Method Cleaners
Ridgeway Motors
Libby's Sales & Service Sid Shuford-Standard StationFlorida Bv.lhngton StudIo Shuford "66 ServIce Station Jeep & Rambler Dealer

Temple Motel Pest Control Loudon's Beauty Shop J. L. Water's Grocery: Gainesville Neon Signs
International Fertilizers'Southern
Garden Restaurant .
Marine Starke Building Supply Co. Ideal Laundry
Rink
Durrance Pump Co. Lawte'y Skating
Eddies '66' Station Lee's Fish Market Dixie Linen We Rent Linens
Doyle E. Conner I Ins. Agency Priest Service Center

George H. Pierce Mitchells Drug Store Latimer Tire Company
Town FinanceBradford
Desert Isle I Motel 1

Motel I Gayle's Beauty Shop Leila's Dress Shop Central Paint Stores Inc.
M'Gulf Station

Branding Iron Restaurant Dicandio's Sinclair Station Starke Hardware White Electric
Petty & Felix Sullivan C ar t er's Radio & T.V. ServiceBiggs

Body & Radiator Shop Nancy's Flowers D & W Auto- Bid. Hwd.&Sup. Christensen's Grocery Gainesville Dealers: Association AutomobIle

Gene Long H. C. Wall Incorporated Johnson's Farm Supply Brooker .
Lake Butler
City of Starke Natural Gas Denmark Furniture Company Bill Powell Insurance Brooker Super Market Howard Auto Parts

Herb Thomas .
L. B. "Red" Alvarez Std. St. Carps Incorporated L. R. Green Town House Restaurant
Jerome Johns Oil Co.
Suwannee Store A n d rew's Drug Store Haye's GroceryGreen's Coastal Oil Co. Uniroyal Tires
Reddish
P. D.
Lake Butler. Wrecker Service
Bradford County Telegraph Andrew's WashaterIas
Bradford Abstract Co.Stuckey's Grocery Joe Shaw

Bush Gulf Service Station PInehurst Grocery Lyman Green Barbecue
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Fish Bait & Tackle Keystone Heights SpIres Store
Eagles DeVanes Dept. Store Starke Motor Parts
Koch's Drug StoreWilliam's Keystone Print Shop Tomlinson_ Maines Drug Co

Gay's Home Appliances Jewelry I Sam Griffis Grocery T.V. Service Cen1er.: Lake Butler Pharmacy

Baldwin Chevrolet
Volley Starling's Grocery Keystone Jeweler & Gifts Green Cove Springs
Parts Service Co.
WinnDixieJ.
Ducky's Department Store
Florida Theatre Gustafson's Dairy
R. Kelly Dixie Poultry Supply Co.
Western Auto Store Fred Davis
Carter PaInt
Goodman's Service StationO'Neals Crawford's Tenneco Station Mary Keystone Barber Shop Buick & Pontiac Inc. '

Shell Service Stallin .- Tom Stalling Bank of Green Cove Springs
Merrill Edwards City Clerk g. Food Town Grocery

Coleman's Cabinet Shop Van H. PrIest 5 & 10 George E. LaRue Waldo
E. M. Lewis Timber Co. Mother Goose Restaurant
Register Gulf OilFlorida Turn Table Record Shop Holiday Restaurant & Lounge Clarence Rhoden Owner
K. G. Duncan Standard Oil
Bank at Starke Atkinson's Pecan Shop
Bradford Furniture Corp. Keystone: Millworks I Inc. "

Davis Grocery Doyle The Cleaner Triest Construction Company Waldo SundriesJackson's
Bradford County Hospital I
Building Supply Western AutoTerwillegar Schenck's Corner
Medical Staff Leonard's Outboard Shop I
Faye's Fabric Shop
Bradford EngineeringColonial Ford Mutual Lumber Company Brooklyn Supply House Us. 301 North

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Florist Sinclair Ref. Co. Theron A. Yawn Jr. Keystone Heights Insurance Inc. Vagabond Travel Inc. of Fla. i i

Dcwitt C. Jones Woodrow L. Thomas! Protane Corporation 4460'56th St. N. St. Petersburg, Fla .I

I Edwards Grocery; Slade Gas McCarthy's Garage. Horne's Grocery t
IGDWAY JI WEST Keystone Cleaners i
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\ !- Quann.' PAUL C. FORAKER

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The larger the annual income, draftsmen the figure rises to ,
the bigger the chance that tha about 84 per cent, and up to 87 I
i tltaWA subject drinks. per cent for college professors I
That's the conclusion reachedby scientists and engineers. Among
Dr. Harold A. Multorcl associate dentists lawyers judges and
professor of Research for physicians tire percentage of
the Departments of Psychiatry those who drink is even higher.
I and Sociology, and director of Another of Dr. Mullord's studies -
Alcoholism Studies at the University revealed drinking habits ac

*" of Iowa cording to religious preference.
% Dr. Mulford in 1963 compiled Those of the Jewish faith are
i some facts and figures which most apt to drink while BLP-

showed that only 54 percent ot lists are least likely to imbibe.

persons with annual incomes Ninety per cent of the Jews were
Members
of an award-winning saxophone quartet from the
under $3,000 use alcohol. For found to use alcohol to some
BUS Band are Juanita Griffin, Paul Faulkner, Greg Gay and
those with incomes between $3,- extent. Among Catholics the tig-
Mike White. The group won a superior rating, highest possible) 000 and $4,999 the percentage ot ure was 89 per cent; among Lu
at the recent State Band Contest. those who drink jumps to 64 per therans 85 per cent; among

cent; for those with incomes be. Presbyterians Congregationalists

7 tween $5,000 and $6,909 the Figure and Episcopalians 81 per cent;
is 68 per cent; for those Methodists 61 per cent; and
BHS Band Plays Proudly with incomes between $7,000 and Baptists 48 per cent. The Bap

$9,999 the figure soars to 85 per tist figure included Baptists in

dards it exceeded all expectations. Fifth cent; and for those with incomes the North as well as Southern
allover
i We've been hearing compliments of better than $10,000 the per. Baptists.
1 \( town this week about how good grade students with flutophones gave centage of those who drink Is Interestingly enough, the percentage

the combined Bradford bands soundedin an outstanding performance; beginningband 8V per cent.Another of persons who had lor-

their Spring Concert last Friday members performed well, and the 1 interesting fact is that: merly used alcohol but had quit

\ night. The 150 students headed by senior band handled a variety of Span- widowed people are less apt to drinking ranged from 2 per cent:
to ish and Latin American music diffi- drink than either their single, among those of the Jewish faith
Bandmaster Dean Cassels played an
0 married, or divorced counter. to 11 cent :the
which in cult concert members a "boogie woo- up per among
full BITS
almost auditorium
parts. Only 51 per cent of widowed Baptists.
gie and a composition of
1 itself should be a broad hint as to how nursery people use alcohol. Among Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation

local residents have taken to their rhymes audience.which particularly wowed the divorced persons, 69 per cent Center at Avon Park is

much improved band program. drink. Seventy-two per cent !of probably the most well-known
I.I married people drink, while segment of the state's alcohol-
i Every program at BItS is important.The .
One enthusiastic person has com- those who are single imbibe ism program. But don't forgot
f pared the BUS bands to the Jackson- band program happens to be one most of all 79 per cent! that the Program also operates

ville Symphony! A high school official that stands out for us to see and hear.It Occupation-wise, laborers, pri. out-patient clinics in live key

(declared the band's progress during the needed improving and we feel that vate household workers and Florida cities-Miami, Tampa,
I its Friday under the direction of Dean Cassels janitors seem to drink the least Orlando, Jacksonville, and Pen-
capped by performance
:year the program will continue to improve along with farmers, carpenters, sacola.
"restored faith in what
night our
my and Approximately that
beyond everyone's expectations over FarmersTime painters. Don't forget either you
students can do. Diaryapproved 68 per cent of those in these can receive literature on alco
the next three or four years.
alcohol. Among holism free and
t occupations use anytime post.
Such high praise should not
un-
11 ''noticed; go Any school program must have the electricians construction foremen paid by merely wntinsFARP's ;
and Mr. Cassels and his stu-
nurses, real estate and Insurance Information Services,
\ support of the high school officials in the and the county coil
Is running out
dents their on
should be recognized for
agents secretaries and Box 1147. Avon Park, Fla., 33825.
,good work and it has been work order to succeed. BHS Principal Ralph berry season, and if you want pass ordinances. without resortto
Diggs and Supt. Tom Casey have coop some for freezing or for pre- special legislation from Tal:

Looking back to last summer we can erated in upgrading the band program. serves, you had better act fast lahassee. S ) :_ it's a woman's
i 'recall!:! the band members marching They should be recognized for such before the fields are closed to or
iback and forth back and forth for items pickers. So this Is a last call Home gardens 'rare receiving /
as purchasing equipment acous-
shortcake. this tender and loving care now and Ilfff@JlBy /
for strawberry
''hours on end down behind the Middle tically treating the band hall, and air- gardeners are locking forward }
season.
'School. But those lines straightened up conditioning it. S c to fresh vegetables Including

and the playing improved. Football Neither Last weekend we had fans could see the continual improve- could the program have pro- aver' followed by a cold snap that By Sam McGarvey sweet corn, fresh green beans, Martha Sue McCain
ment as their director stubbornly stuckto gressed as rapidly as it has withoutthe made us look twice at ,the cal succulent peas and such appcUzero ,

the same routine until it was down ability and demanding dedicationof endar. Rain so far. this month : as ,green! onions
pat. the director. Our school] system is has 'been about ,average, but Speaking of volunteer firefighters -. ishes. A lot of work Is Involved Home Economics Agent

fortunate to have a band instructorof the earth Is still pretty dry as we see where the Law- but the reward. Is great if you

Then two weeks ago the band marched his capabilities.Nor a result of the near-drought tey area department Is credited can keep non-cooperative. bunnies
proudly down Call Street in the conditions this spring especiallyin with saving >a. building during afire and other free-loaders TIPS FOR TRIMMING of doctors' bills, hospital bills,
can we overlook the contributionof April out in the Heilbronn section from beating you( to the har, vest. RISING MEDICAL COSTS prescription drugs and labora-
Bradford Club's Rodeo
Roping
parade .
tory tests. They'll speed
up
the students themselves. We repeat S recently. Incidentally volun-
;.with every line straight.The they have worked hard! The sixty, .A Keystone Heights student, teers frcm Providence also responded For those who go! in for raising Insurance claims and also help

improvement continued to showup senior band members especially are to Kerry Shackleford] won one of to the' call for help flowers, there is
store for .at the State Pri- 10 per cent higher in 1967 than
; as the band made superior ratings in be commended for sticking out what the! top prizes in the essay con at Heilbronn. you 6Take advantage of free or
son, where the 9th. ''annual Flower in 1966 and are still rising.
;ithe District Band Contest. A saxophone has been a tough year. test sponsored by paid the Clay trip CoOp to- Incidentally, a bill l In the Show opened today for a Compared with other groups low-cost medical testing In your
quartet won the highest honors handedout an expense exhibition which will of Items in the Consumer Price area. Many service clubs spon-
three-day
We D. C. Sandra Haas, legislature now calls for doubling
are glad our school officials decided Washington sor clinics to detect such diseases -
Index cost of
at the State Band medical care is
Concert a few cents close Saturday. The Show, which
that if to have of Bradford High, was one of the county's six per as glaucoma and tuber-
we were a band rising more sharply than
weeks is of the most popular in any
; ago. the runners-up and was awarded acre. If the proposal becomes one culosis.
program it was worth doing well.It's ]). other group, according to U.S.
this area, drew attendance of
a U. S. Savings Bond. Deborah la.wlt is forcase.by some county 7If you're over 65 and eligible -
of Commerce
Department
But fig-
concert the last year was capped by the amazing what has been accom- Hawets of the Keystone officials 'that Bradford County .about, 1,500 last. .year.. ures. Last year, the American be sure you're enrolledin

Friday night. By any stan- plished in one short year! School also was. .a .bond. winner. may wlU draw entirely from The Game Commission has people spent $33.1 billion on Medicare. Most people of
the program. medical services. retirement age are. Private
o announced that several lakes at ,
We'd like to add our congratulations health insurance can often fill
Long-range planning helps to
to those received by The problem of dogs running Camp Blanding Blue Pond, hold down Some the gaps in the coverage pro-
I costs. pointsto
Plush PunishmentA Forest Ranger Jake Prevatt on at large was> brought up againat Perch Pond L-owry' Lake and vided by Medicare.
commission meeting Magnolia Lake will be closed consider:
ibis promotion by the Florida the county 8Always be safety con-
Forest Service to district ranger last week. 'when ,a .resident ot fishermen at Intervals this 1- Have a regular family doc- scious. Take care of house-

Los Angeles source has shower. This seems a bit in charge of the Gainesvilleheadquarters. proposed that Bradford adopt a summer because the National, tor; he keeps case historieson hold hazards. Follow safety;
been cost and makesus Jake has ,been countywlde law similar to one Guard will be firing: live ammunition family members. These rules in all activies outsideor
quoted as estimating overly generous,
very helpful to various volun approved in Clay County recently. in training exercises. The records alone prevent costly Inside your home. For an
of the Sirhan trial at more than wonder how the California teer fire "departments in the- Sucih matters will be handled,,"periods areune: 2-6, 9-13. 23- "repeats" of tests. Be sure example how it pays off, motor-

$858.000 to date and the grand taxpayer must feel about it. ilU"ea.in obtaining surplups equipment in the future by the County 27, June 30-July 4; August U- to follow his orders. ists involved In accidents are

total may be in excess of from the FFS. Commission, if Home Rule la 15, 2327. 2Get an annual physical favored If they have been wearing -
a
check-up if you're over 35. seat belts at the time.

million dollars before the trialis 3When you feel you need a

finished.In We are among those who believe doctor, go to his office if
that convicted murderersshouldn.t possible, to save his time and WISH I'D SAID

recent months we'have been have to live on bread Remember. 25 Years AgoBradford your more.money.He has Home most calls of cost his THAT ;. \

up to our necks in courtroom and water. Prisons of todaydo equipment at his office and can r, ..

circuses. The Earl Ray trial not contain dangerous with give you better service there
!held at the USO-YMCA in cooperation in the summer for fall and too.
and the Garrison-Shaw episodeset chains and manacles or tor- with the local Ministerial winter use. 4Does your family have

some sort of record for ture racks. But surely a line ed true In County the May voters 1944 stay-Primary Alliance for Just such In these days of surpluses It enough hospital and major: med-

bizarre court cast: should be drawn between imprisonment to Franklin D. Rooseveltand help.It. Is easy to forget that we ate ical Insurance policies? Does
their native son Lex was called Personal Counseling what we could get rather than It hqve enough protection in It's almost liko' hi-U>tb.ill
i: It that as a punishmentfor Green under the guidance: of what we wanted and we walked other health Insurance policies? has turned into a participant' '
now the astro-
appears a capital offense and a When the votes were tallied Rev. C. Newman Hogle pastor much more than we rode. Your agent can advise you sport instead of spectator

nomical expense of the Sirhan retirement suite. Roosevelt delegates totaled two of Vandermeer Park Methodist Arthur McRae who .had whether your protection Is "purl' Kverjbrnly: ) wants in the

trial is not going to end in the to one over Senator Harry Byrd Church, Brooklyn, N.Pre-martat Y. where! taught school In the county for enough for medical costs In your al't.--Wa-nl. \\". Klltll. '. The

courtroom. The California and Lex Green polled 1,975 to he had conducted a 20 year was elected to we office community. "Narena ( Tex > Tribune
Clinic for eight years. With a 5Keep complete records
Medical Facility is in After all, if the. assassin is 394 for Millard Caldwell his whole campful of soldiers for of Superintendent of Publ'c'
processof nearest opponent in Bradford
Instruction. He polled 1,535
he should receive Bradford County girls to
ere at 1113 special living quarter i, convicted County. The result was not the would rather votes against 800 for S. K.
it
from seem
for appropriate punishment. A along this line throughout the chose Sparks.In .
Sirhan in case he is hard to stay single.
crime has been committeed a state however, and Congressman the "District 2 (NorthStarke
found and
guilty sentenced to Green was defeated for In an attempt to distribute ),vote, E. L. Crawford :a
like family has suffered great per- the first time In his career as
imprisonment. scarce item equitably, ration newcomer to local politics, won
sonal loss and the nation has a politician, for Governor of books for various articles were 434 over L. L. Conner with 422.

j I Plans for the lost a leader. Punishment in Florida. Issued and the stamps containedIn
I special cell
Born in what is now Union for specific items
, appear to be strangely lavish. such a plush enviornment as County but then was Bradford and them some were of them had expiration Starke Lions

I The quarters will consist of that planned for Sirhan might Lex had been a farmer, teacher dates. A newspaper noticelet
and lawyer and had served the them know when they were Receive Two
three units, one of which will well lead other murderers to people in several elected offices current.

be a kitchen dining room. seek equal treatment or to for many years. He was elected Chief clerk of the Rationing 'Best' AwardsThe

Others include a living room> conclude that murder is its county judge for four years and Board for this area was W. L. 8oat s.M
served In the Florida House ot Blair. In the Weekly Roundupof Lets G
bedroom and a lavatory with own reward. Representatives In several cap OPA (Office of Price Admin- Starke Lions Club will _

acities. He was Messenger as- Instration) News for May 22, Install officers for 1969-70 at

sistant Chief Clerk, and Chief 1944. for instance, it was an- a Ladles Night program on
The Bradford County Clerk He wa also Speaker pro nounced the for processed food Thursday. May 22, In the Lions
tern of the House. As a con- Blue A8 through Q8 stamps Den on Water Street. BY Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED gressman-at-Iarge from Florida: At the club's regular meeting
t. were valid for 10 points each that Herring lines rant flip out of
he was in Washington for iwo (Book 4)), Meats and fats were on May 8, President Marc Jackson STEERING: CHECK lira\e or off the> leering wheel
1879 years, and for 18 years he represented bought with the stamps from received two awards for the .PREVENTS FAILURE ilruni.Impel. .

fro \ the 2nd Congressional the Red book -and money, of club from Deputy District Gov- Kvrry: *sago hnndrril uf plea*. .I table on outboards and
Bi614 district in that body. course. ernor Jack Plerson, of Dint 35- lire boat regarillru of their type steering linkage( on inboard. Re.
Sugar could be obtained with L, Region 2. These were the H. pel into major and minor arrapc place rayed cable and any worn
MlMIaRFLORIDA .lieranae of faulty leering. Yrl a components. Pulleys alioulil, .beboltrd
Koch's Drug Store was advertising for the periodic
L. Rockwood Award
With God all things are Stamps 30 and 31 in Book 4 and cheik could, hair preventeditiont l not screwed into place. If
ladles umbrellas
ESSASSO possible.-(Matt. 19:26)). for each was good for five pounds. best attendance percentage in of thene.Tht your outboard it filled\.. with a me:*
Mothers'" Day as items "hard! to Shoes demanded an Airplane District 35-L. and a plaque for Ktinrude: Newa Servicedig chaiiicul leering system' without

ON get. stamo (Book 3)) stamps 1 and 2. being the best club in Zone 3. ged. that you give your bout'. (leering pulley and ropes yon tired only
I' T Let us hold to our faith in Among other items advertisedand Gasoline! required coupons too. It was noted by the Deputy ylem a thorough iiiipertioiu A lin-k iccuring at the engine
the life of God, powerful and much,in demand during this Coupons A10 and A-ll were good District Governor that the good place to atari ia the leering If your boat' ia used in tall water,
active in the midst of and period of wartime shortages wheel. V heels have hern known tofreeie remove f.sti'niugs, look for corro-
us until June 21 and all people Starke club (has bought as many ,
from corrosion or lark of .io and replace anything
, in the midst of anyone who was the Sterno stove for light were not entitled to coupons.It pairs of glasses for the under- lubrication. Ue a watrrpruogre.srto questionable.

needs this healing idea. We are housekeeping. They were advertised was necessary to establish privileged as most of the larger! lubricate rabies! and pear *yteiu Inboard. owner should make the
'I E. L. MATTHEWS, Editor-Pubusber' meant for life; we are meant at 50 cents "without the legitimate need first. Car owners clubs in cities the size of Jacksonville located near the wheel.Occanionallyheck aume. thorough check a. reconiinentleil -
j Published each Thursday and entered a* Second for health we are meant to kettle" and 75 cents "with the had to sign all coupons as or Gainesville. the hub nut on the leering for thr outboard operator.
; broiler." That must have been wheel to are that it ii *secure. Hiving special attention.. loll underwater .
; CUM Matter at the Poet Office at Starke. Florida perfection in mind and soon as they were issued to Funds for the Sight Conservation -
express "light housekeeping." Check: Herring wheel drum to be steering. Components, rudder
under Act of March 3rd 1879. body. As we pray for ourselves, them. program are raised by the sure the cable feed off and on the tiller cables, transom bracket and
Subscription! in trade area: 1 year, $5.; Outside let us give thanks that God's vie think of- Special sugar could be obtained sale of light blubs and brooms, ilruni. without larking! or jamming.Outboard all item that require periodic lubri-
Marriage Counsel. (when available) for can and by operaUon of a refreshment leering cabin may. rations to prevent exretaive
trade area: 1 5.50 life is wear.
year healing now doing a per- Ing as something rather
new ning. stand at the county fall tretch. They should function All worn or corroded part should
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VITT OP HTATIKT5 FLORIDA law. the following ha been filed against" yon
NOTICK or UlVPAinDKMNUV" City Fish A Meat Mkt. 85.29 Dempsey. Larry Baby void according. to Warner Jr.CHAUVCIBY Board of County Commissioners: a salt to partition' and you are required to nerve a
.'n TANC.inl.BIrKHHONAL iCourtShoe Repair Co. 2.08 (Applicant) H-Chsuncer- certain' exclusions: describedUNION your answer. to the
M. providing COUNTYTownship
News About PHOPKIITV TAXES Oay's. ) Home Appliance 27.5S Executor of the N'r.tRiMART ; providing severablllty; providing complaint" on the Plaintiff. At.torneys -
by Chapter 20728, Francis'. Jenkins Florist 3.OS as 6 Southnanc10 ror.
As provided In The County Judge's Court C. prECHOWSKI, de'ea..d. an effective date. Brannon. <<
1941. notice Is given that A. Johnson & Son, Oroo. 81.113 Of Bradford County, Florida. In Board Of County Commissioner* mast rats, VooRlle & Haley S't'e Ex.
Colored Citizens tangible personal property L J. Kite 39.54 Probate No. ( F. Shaw. Bradford County Florida. .SectlMl 18:anti' off W461ofB Change Bank Building, Pont Of-
taxes assessed for the year 1968 Longhorn Rest. 11.88 In KR: TCsto-te. of MART C.PIECirO'WSKI. S-BTTGWNT1 Eugene P. SHAW t-U at 6.16In Mf NW%; Wtt lice Box 183. lke City. Florida"
are now delinquent and begin. M. O. McMillian 12.12Garv DeceasedNOTICT1 8W'4. file the original In
) 143 Went Call StreetRtarke < : 8wjot S05B. and
such taxesare 6.94 111
%
1, 1069 Reddish : 17: JS5H
I v ningAprll, drawing Interest of one Shell Service Station '1S.98 '] TO CRKD1TOR3. Florida T1i. Clr*.lt C01aioi. 1 l..a.t1t + NEJ14 ; BV4 of and the office of the Clerk of the
All creditors of the estate of ExecutorFirst ForBradford Court on or before JuneI.
FELLOW CITIZENS: percent per mouth plus proportionate Felix Sullivan 7.09 Attorney For : 9, Judicial rtatFI.rI:4: ; Circuit
,
PIECHOWSK1 Jecnased the allega
C. < May and otherwise
cost of publishing the Sunoco Station 16.21 MARY Publication: (J Section 18: SH of Lot 10 1969:
We are asking you to please notice unless the amounts setoppoeite Texaco. Service Station 709 are hereby notified andr"Qul..d 1989. Civil Action No. G42. :ALL> of Lots 11 and 12. tlone of the Complaint will betaken
claims or \5J9Ifetlee wi-
to file any B-8 4t McOOWTN. a and ILoots .
attend a meeting of the NAACPat each name below arepaid 15 B Thomas 4.89 LILLIAN C. Section 19: Lots 1, I < as confensnd.This
Mount Pisgah AME Churcli before: the 6th of June Issued A. Unity Cafe Z.OS .against demands said.which estate they In the may Office have Sow et al.. Plaintiffs U. et V.61.J.. 11 and !2.. North of River. notice shall b.. publishedssssK.
will be 1.33 Intred eeLocal McGOWIN
I>. 1969 warrants Madia Williams Of Intent To Greeley four
Brad-
Judge of
County NW
at 8 p.m. Wednesday. May 21. therein directing the levy upon 'Of the County, Florida In the Or Special! Leglnlatleu Section 20: W% of NEW. ones. weekh. the
ford Defendents.!
Purpose of the meeting la to try :the seizure. of tangible personalproperty for 1VOTICB. : five.* That Courthouse at 8M rke. Florida, FerOlnlasr: To Bradford County; NOTICE OF SUtT H 1 of NW%: SB14 of NW% aDd County< of tho tax payers Ts ll bv
Notice r .
!into .. within six calendar months F'orld. Of The State oe S* North ot Dated this 18 claY of April,
citizens additional
to motivate our unpaid taxes, penalties and I, Dempsey tarry I*"*;?, whc the date of the first publication Notice I. Hereby Given that In The Name JUjgnco .
action for the betterment of our ooa-ts." The names. of de- was convicted In the CIRCUIT from of this notice. Each claimor Application will be."iatleTJoJ5; Florida : Township 8 South Range 10 1969.
taxpayers County, Dclendants SEAL)
property BRADFORD The (
communities. We are asking llnauent and personal the amount of the Florida Court of on 14 A. T> demand must be In writing 1989 Session for of the passage of .TJ. REET McGOwm II East 19 Lots 1. 11 and 11. Charles A. :Darby: .
of residence legislature Section :
that pastors of the churches taxes Including tho cost of advertising 1S68 of the offenae of BTOAMIJwill and must and state post the office place address of local or special law relating: to and his wile TRUE E. McGOWIN South of Dark Of Circuit Court Bradford
and the penalties areas for clemency to the IlL residents ot the ff'SSfc ,
apply
this effort. There are the claimant and must be swornto County. Florida providing who are 2E54.River County
unite 1n Tallah&aane. Bradford ad- M. Moody
Pardons
Board of and whose EXCEPT B8ulllh
follows: State his agent or .to the Slate ot Alabama 8B of FlY':
claimant rule powers "
several projects that we may Name Total 2.85 Florida at Its next regu biz by attorney the or It will become : home dress I" P. O. are notified that Containing In :the 'aggregate, 1- Deputy Clerk ..It tt 51111
Garage meeting.
with the help of the Bells lar Ala.b. .ma 86015.
undertake Brooks. Fish Market B.17 TOT acres more or less.. -
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service to our communities.
Without unity our cause ds lost. I I FLORIDA GRADE II

Rev. John Haymon will be tJio I I 'A'I
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speaker.Bradford Of NAACP County Branch C' : rcrI : I


ADULT adult few classes CLASSESA weeks for are the still winter left ses for !' j j FRYER FOOD i


sion. All persons are Invited to I I I 1I

take the advantage various centers of the for classesIn self: I I LEG OR BREAST I ;

Improvement. It is never too I I I I FAIR

late to learn.fCIlOOL I I'
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The Senior NEWS Class will presenta S. I I QUATERS I I @ I

three-act comedy drama entitled I jj

"The Magic Touch." The I SUPERMARKETS II

main characters In the play are I I. I II
Alvin Green as Robert Brad- C
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dock. Shirley Cohens as June I II

Braddock and Ester Barber as' 4'' I I

Bofobette Braddock. The publicIs I I eS\) LB' I
invited to attend the/ play at' ,

8 p.m. Friday. May 16. I FOOD FAIR' \ I II

CHURCH NEWSEbenezer Baptist Church Rev. QUALITY ell I I

Leroy Davis pastor. Bible] Class 1 U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE : I Merchants I

every Meeting Tuesday each at Thursday.7 p.m. Prayer The I GRADED i "ri f ,> 7 i I FREE dRliENaTAMn-_ TOO' I

-
I -
I
Women's Home Mssion! Conven -
I
tion will be held Thursday night U.S. CHOICE LI I I I II

through Sunday. All officers and I I I II
members are urged to attend. J PRICES GOOD THURSDAY
I I
Miss Sherlie Tyson, bride- I THRU WEDNESDAY MAY 21st I

elect was(honored at a miscellaneous ]- I I I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I

shower last Friday given II
I I
by Mr. and Mrs. Gade Tyson 1.000le

of Pleasant Grove..

Grrater Bethlehem Free Will rMCK-O-THI-CHICK

Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper U.S.CHOICECALIFORNIA U.S.CHOICE SLICED 1/4 CNetCI LAMS M MIW IIMAH*
Williams pastor. Monday night. CHUCK

Choir No. 3 rehearsal. Tuesday CROSS RIB PORK LOINCHOPS FRYER

nlffht. Choir No. I rehearsal. LAMB ROAST
Wednesday night. Prayer Meet. STEAK COMBINATION PACKAGE

Ing. Thursday night. Ladles' Cir ROAST ROASTTOMATO SOU AM CUT

cle. Friday night Prayer Band

Meeting.' Sa'urday night diners e000e1a HOOD FIq
will be fold] ( from the kitchen. ,

Sunday SAVI 3O< LB. SHOULDR
School 9:30. Morn-
DRUMSTICKS, THIGHS
IS.pIICE LS.p11CE. U.S.CHOICE
ing Worship at k
11. Evening Ser A LAMB CHOPS n %94
vice. B p.m.Greater BREASTS WITH RIBS _

Allen)] Chapel AME

Church. Rev L. A. Sampson

pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m.

(Morning! Service at 11. Choir

Union, 3 p.m. Evening Service COUNTRY STVl PREPARED rOODS BYGREINDIU.
6 p.m. AZALEA BRANDPURE PANTRY PRIDE

CORRECTION, PLEASE: The 9MOKED I TOMATO & CHEESE .
:115I
benefit dinner will be 'held In PORKSAUSAGE' 1 *.
it
June instead of May 11 as was I SLICED TURKEY

mentioned In the paper week SAUSAGE PIZZA AND GRAVY ORCAHAGE ,
before last.
PURI PORK ROILS
All members are asked to

please] cooperate with the captains -Et

1n, the drive that wui terminate Ar a LBROLL 1.29

in June. I : -



NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME'

Notice is hereby given that

the undersigned under the (provisions
PACKIO BY DEL MONTI
of Chapter 20,953 Lawscf QUICK REFRESHER

Florida] Acts of 1941 willregister LIBBY'S KRAFT ASSORTEDVEGETABLES

with the Clerk .of the GATORADE

Circuit Court in and for Brad- MUSTARD

:lord County Florida upon receipt CATSUP

of proof of publication of SAUCE .
P IMIOJ AR *N>PtA* MISSI*** IIM IIMALAM
'tills' notice the fictitious name **CUt -IIIN MAN&, MI SIM *t |M-C* N.

of Watson Egg Farm under

which we are engaged in. business NfW7,5ozCAN/ I4ozBTLS. 5/l 8oz

at Graham, Florida.] .
(Mario and Enes Caiupanella, CANS

Graham, Florida. owners.
Dated this 21st day of April

A. D. 1969 County Florida. 4-24 4t 545 I I II


NOTICE: OF LEGISLATION! I CHASE ac I. -oai4-F/UM 8ak ryl FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS I II

To Whom It May Concern: I 1I II
Notice Is hereby given of Intension -
to apply to the 1969 .sea- SANBORN I I
lon of the Florida Legislature IT'S "III 'NI lAG" I
for passage of an act repealing! ] GIANT 11/2 LB. SANDWICH SLICED 1 1
Chapter 61-1401 General. Lawe 1 I
of Florida which la entitled:
"AN ACT to prescribe the
commlBitlonn and fixing the compensation
of the county tax collector ICOFFEE
I
and the county, nixesaorof
taxes In counties. having a BREAD4/99
population of more than twelve
thnuxnnd three hundred elchty I \ I I
(12,380) and not more than
twelve thounnnd four hundred Chase fl .
ninety (12,490) according to the !

ettlng latest official effective decennial.dtite." cenaua; Sanborn LB 5. i SAVE 11t. FRESH BAKEDAPPLE ; C ;

Gene Long Tax Assessor eo tJ O
k
Bradford County Florida CAN '
4-24 4t t-lj C I PIES .. .... ,38 I I
__ I
I LB
SAVE 101..GIANTGOLDEN2LB.4oz ; ( ;

I LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER I POUND CAKE. !
894 '
In The Klshth Jnillrlnl CircuitIn ...... ........ I I
.tad For Bradford County,
riurliln.Cnno. .
No.JOHN.
:I ITRPONDnEV.. Plaintiff _
vas Kt'ORNIA WCior.VIiU- _
TON CONIWBr.\ Defendant CLOVER VALLEYPEACHES CRISP CELLO
AMENDEDNOT1CB WRAPPEDCARROTS
TO APJ'EARTo DIALSHAMPOO a
; Eugenia Woolverton Con-
<1 rey, & SERVE F.oiTOPPING
544 Tanoy Avenue. FAB or
nrookvllle. Alexandria, VIr-
1
Iflnla.You Are. Hereby Notified that COLD POWER .
a milt hall been brought against
you In the Circuit I Court for
Bradford County Florida, by 29oz CANS PKGOF HtWI3.Sox
John Lee Condrey or divorce, / 2PINTS '
ONLY
and you are hereby required to
nerve upon Hen Daniel Jr?
Plaintiff'* attorney whose ad-
drees Is. 307 Northwest Third
Htreet. Ocala. Florida 32070
your answer or written defense, ..
If F any to the fill of ComplaintIn
said suit and file same' with
the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
or before the 17th day of
June 1964! which day and date KOUNTY KISTSWEET SPARKY HARDWOOD I U.S. NO. 1
Is hereby fixed as the return SLICED :I ISH: I FIRM
day of this Notice to appear. If D BOTTLE
you fall to do "n, a Default will 1 1 I WHITE
he entered 1I.lIln.t| you for the GREEN
relief demanded In the Dill of OF1OO
Comnlalnt.Wltnens. I POTATOES
hand and official I n. .
my BRIQUETS
eeal at Btarke, Bradford County.Flo..lda. VWMOU IICIS.BV ORIIN OIANT23ox ASPIRIN CABBAGE:

this the 12 day of May,

1949.SRAM( B /$ V 20 LBBAG

Charles. A. Pnrhv Clerk nf CANS i/
Circuit Court, Bradford County
Plorldn.. .tt
.. Dy Beulah M. Moody, D. C.
. 5-15 4t 0-3
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HAMPTONBy

M This,h.rjum SAVE
will
be
Mrs D. E. Bin I repeated three times q T
.M During the 1 1R
II next 15 weeks
......
6'" '

'STORK SHOWER \ SAUCER wux/IRST DINNER PLATE sso; 29c U wlth.v.ry pureh....

Mrs. Fred Peeples was guest 'rCONO -
Will( DESSERT Uk.i
i of honor at a stork shower on ( i r DISH_67C _29c U wlh purcnas.eve ry
.
Thursday evening. May 8 at THIIIO
Hampton Baptist Church. (Since I Will( SAUCER eoR ago' 29c with wary..
the stork beat the hostessesto S U PUrchn.pOURTN
_
it. Mrs. Peeples had just returned Wilt COFFEE CUP R'R. .
wltll non 29c wish .v.ryI .
home from the hospital fii. $ pureh.. 69p U purch_..
pIITH
''that day Tammy Lynn was L Will Bread A Butter pR

born Tuesday. May 6 her _________I_____PLATE__________69C______fig__ _Cwith______.v.r_._.y._._
1 Each week a piece of distinctive Granada dinnerware
mother Mrs. Jessie May Willis. The above item.
will
s will be be sold at these
featured for just 290. For each $3 in grocery special
''was stand-in for the honoree M HN+A'' purchases, you are entitled to one piece at this low prices only in the weeks they are fe.tured
''at the shower.) price. There's no limit with a$6 purchase you can *xeludlnl'' tobacco, liquor End
liquid/
Pastel colors were used for -' t get 2pieces.andsoon. dairy I produel.. S
D STOa
party decorations with a stork Elcludlnfi.tobacco liquor and llquij dairy product' .
i standing: guard over the gifts.
and a pair. of cakes trimmed -
'with tiny baby dolls alongside
.:the punch 'bowl. Game prizes OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYLAND
were won by Sandee Young-
blood and Linda Stone and No.1 Tall Can THRIFTY MAID
June Haddock won tbe door SUNSHINE
O
prize. Hostesses were YWA
EVAP. MILK 7lOt.
girls PLAN of AREA-WIDE the church.

1 FIRE DRILL .BLUE WHITE OR COLD WATER ARROW Limit t w/SS/ .00 or mart purchata e.clud ng cigor.it.i *
Sunday May 25, was design.
ated for an area-wide fire drill
at approximately 3 p.m., when DETERGENT <
''the fire whistle blows. As manyas 49
possible are urged to parti-
cipate. BVJIIERLimit 12-oz. CHEK All FLAVORS CANNEDDRINKS
A charter and by-laws were
I discussed at the meeting last f
'Thursday evening.. The charter 15/$1.
of a. like organization was studied -
for this group, and further ( :;: : 7
action will be taken at a later ) I-e.. KEILOOO'S

meeting.Friday evening, May 16 *
a free chlcken-and-rlce supper CORN FLAKES 15 1
will be served at the civil de No.2.1/2 Can THRIFTY MAID' BARTLITT '.1/ -... BEECHNUT STRAINED

fense building at the fairgrounds Gr.ASTOR..limillw/$3.00ormere' ....0...excluding cigarattat
for volunteers and their
Pears Food. 9
3/l. Baby
guests . . .
SCHOOL PRESENTS COOKING OIL I 39
N..2 Can THRIFTY MAID' WHOLE,SLICED ar CRUSHED 4-1/2-O.GERBER STRAINED'


figure"PAUL the north of BUNYAN"Paul Bunyan the central logging the states legendary IndustryIn appeared Pineapple 4/$ I. Baby Food. I 10* Q..OU,"

<
in a play at Hampton 4B-CI.ASTOR '

Elementary last week. School Wednesdayof Tea Bags. 39 Rice'H''iNA''N'"N..U'N 3 LB. 39* MAYONNAISE39

Mrs. Nancy Bell's Intermediate . . BAG
class adapted the play SIX PACK 12-os.Cam OLD MILWAUKEE
from a story in their reading No.1/2 Can CHICKEN OF THIS SEA 230-Ct.ARROW ASSORTED
books, telling how Paul: Bunyan *
pulled a crooked logging road Tuna Fish 3/$1. Napkins .29 BEER 99
straiRht with the help of his blue .
ox. Babe. Richard Hall was . . .
Na.900 Can HUNT'S IB-Inch ARROW DUTY
cast Jones as as Paul:Mrs.Bunyan Bunyan Linda his mother Sue : : *
: Ricky Brown as Mr. Bun- Sauce 5/l. Alum. Foil 49 SUNNYLAND TENDER
yan. his father: and PaLty Youn- . . .
ker as their visitor Mrs. Ruby. MAID CALIFORNIA
No.903 Can THRIFTY IRIOUITTESTomatoes

PERSONALS Mr the and parents Mrs. Fred of a daughter.Peeplesare l$ 1. Charcoal 20 BAG 89'

Tammy Lynn born May 6 at
Bradford County Hospital in Quantity Rights" Good All'Week Thursday thru Wednesday, May .15-21 Smoked
Starke. Mrs. Jessie May Willis
and Mrs. Esta Peeples of USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED E-Z CARVERIB

Hampton are grandmothers.Mr. .
and Mrs. R. A. Brannen
Miss Jessie Mav Brannen of
Bartow Mrs T F Brown and ROAST. 99
Mrs.:: K. Carbone spent Mothers'
Day at St. Augustine and Mar- :
Ineland. .

Howard M. Hill of Orlando THICK SLICED
BOB WHITE HamsS9
visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill
from Wednesday to Friday en-
route to M:chiean. Mr.\ and Mrs. $129
Hill and Debbie! spent the weekend -
in Marianna where they! BACON2
i attended Wendy mils: graduation Ibs.
J from Chlpola Junior CoIl -
l lege.
t Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardinof TENDER FULL SHANK HALF or WHOLE
Jacksonville were Saturday
visitors at the home of Mr. and GOLDEN BANTAM PLUS 100 FREE STAMPS WITH COUPON
Mrs. K. B. Watterson in Hamp
ton.
Carlton Men of Camp Le- USDA CHOICE BEEFUSDA
Jeune. N C. spent the weekend
here with his par'ntTr.! ; and
Mrs. Paul Meng recently.! 1 at!elf CHOICE' W-D BRAND CORN FED
Vlsltlnar! !Mr.\ and Mrs. J. OAdklrs
this! weekend1l' ]] bf Sh'ld. Steak 98Delmonicos <
their grandchildren here win l CORN 10
their! parents. Mr. ard Mrq. Joe
R. Smith are on a trio to Nas EAR
MU in the Bahamas. Mr. Smith 1.e,61t USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS STEAKS

won the e'CDen.p"pald trip
throtiTh the paint company T9WD
where he works in Jacksonville.Mrs. ,..
: Kathrvn:! Carbone returned -
to :Elizabeth.:: N. J. Sun-
day after two( weeks visit here BRAND LEAN
MORE HARVEST FRESH PRODUCE
with her! mother. Mrs. T. F.
Brown Frank Brown of Writer! SHORTRibs *
large FRESH HEADS U.S. No. 1 YELLOW 59
Haven spent! Monday last week I ,..
here with his mother and sister. < LB. .
CABBAGE HEADS 39 ONIONS. 3 39
BAG
W-D BRAND BONE-IN PLATE
IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S WASH. STATE EXTRA FANCY WINSSAP'

COURT FORD PROBATE COUNTY IN AND FILE' FLORIDA.FOR NO. BRAD-M640.LN APPLES . 4 BAG LB. 69< RHUBARB 2 ,... 39 Beef Stew 39*

IN RE: ESTATE OF LILLIAN Celle Bag YOUNG TENDER 1-Lb. BASKET SALAD SIZE

B.NOTICE GHAMES TO Deceased.CREDITORSTO CARROTS..2:. 25* TOMATOES. 29* W-D BRAND LEANGr.

ALL CREDITORS AND . Beef 3 T
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR U.S. Na. 1 REGULAR U.S. No. 1 REGULAR '.5.
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID < .
:ESTATE: POTATOES 10 1 BAG LB. 59 POTATOES 20 BAG 99 2.1/4.Lb.w.DIUNDALLMIATSTIWOR

You and each: of you 'are hereby sUNKIfTJUICY 99

and notified demands to present which any you claims!or LEMONS 11/49* Potatoes 10 lb. 59* Gr. Chuck. $|

either of you. may have againstthe . "

estate of LILLIAN B. GH- ...................
------------------- --------- '!' ALL FLAVORS THRIFTY MAID
deceased, late of said -
County AMES to the County Judge of tr EXTRA ; .EXTRA EXT
!Bradford County,Florida, at ]his i I I JtX. GREEN STAMPS, d7(_GREEN STAMPS dv,( GREEN. STAMPSTHRIK
Win*Mfwl'1,11 N*Hlt w NNW N NNU4 NuJ
In the court house of ;z01. I: $1 1.
office 'I ONe NAL.OR WHOLe 'II CAMSVHMirrv ICE MILK 2 HALF
Bald County at Starke. Florida :'I +./ .UNNYLANOY.NDe.. 11-OX. JAN ACTOR'' MAID'
'WIthin six calendar months ::1 ,I't' Smoked Ham Coffee Creamer Fruit Drinks GALLONS
of the first publication 'S" aOOO THRU MAY 31 aOOO TMHU MAY 211W 0000 TNRU MAY 21 . .
from the time :lI' Fla Ile .,, ate .
of this! notice. Two' COP- --.-_------_-......-._-.-...._.- .--_----.--_.-..-._.----.._-......- -
ies of each claim or demand q i OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY
'

state Shall the be place In writing of residence and shall and :: EX.--R......4.NNN..ww GREEN STAMPS w NNW.N ; I I EXTRAEXTRA<-....wNN GREEN--STAMPS w........N I I ciw.....--GREEN.....--STAMPS w......N N ;;, I I EXTRA A-H-.-.....GREEN!>....ce-STAMPS*".NN....9tFOUPJ *
postoffice address of the claimant :1 ONe ,'/..L.. TWO P"'U.' / 1.' Meat Dinners I 39
and shall be sworn to by : B-L.. rxa. W.D BOANO. j eCKINaHAM Chicken WHOLe RICH'*CHOCOLATe Ii I4' 0000 LUCKMargarine .
Ground Beef Eclairs ;
claimant Ms agent or at- : ;
the A;
aOOD TMHU MAY 21GREEN 31 aooo TMhu MAY 21GREEN / TASTE O' SEAPerch
torney and accompanied by a :'I "t,aooo TMHU HAT.. XIGREEN I "'7 .....NN............ #3 OOOO.......THHU........MAY.... 1 "It ....,......-. ....,
filing fee of cone dollar and such I.!!!'!!'! ---...::w-: ::....-,. .. -. -- .. :........
claim be or void.demand not so fUedaba.ll ,!rr. E 1.- EXTRA cr ; EXTRA Dinners 3/$1

SRobert F. Ohames, Jr. ,I I d..!_...._STAMPS-_. d.....(r.r....-STAMPS wNN..4r I I _d7...(N.N..ua GREEN..STAMPS_.N........ I I _4...( .4NNr.www44.Nr STAMPS ;, MORTON All FLAVORSCream
Robert F. GhameaJr. Admlnfetrator TWO FLA. ... A j e.R;. ...d. W.B : ..
ONe aiAMT TWO f"* era .
BOX
Estate of Lillian. :'I J+./ WHO OK CUT Uf +/ +./ CHoppeD BKIP *
of the : Fresh fryers !'! Colgate AxionaOO .'M.o..!'! SteakettesaOOO : I' 'I! Eggo Waffles P 3/89
B. Gnomes, I'i__ 2.r "TMHU MAY 21 : aOOO TMHO MAY 21
decea.sed.4at 4t 5-15 :,:11[II 114.coos.....aN TNRY..-MAT..... at I le .............-.... 14 ......THPU..."..MAT....21 :. is ........M..-....... I es .
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Phone 964-6305 I

i I k i. 2) FARM AND RANCH On Island in Film At FloridaThe THE TELEGRAPH For Office Supplies ; I

I PICK A ,
WINNER By George T. Hugging
powerful story of two citing real-life adventures the

# --+M COUNTY AGENT strong men a Japanese and an most hair-raising of which is

GO Agricultural Extension .Service American brought face to face the hunt for a lion that has killed
FOR -- on a desolate Pacific island, some dogs In a Bushman village.

i will screen at the Flori- The lion charges Shannln at
THE ; It BeautifulIf
t CHAMPIONS'CF --- Keep
da Theatre Sunday-Tuesday, close range and his first two
May 17-19. shots miss. The camera
THE TURF America hired people for the job, it would take the
Wednes-
and
Last Tuesday the help of our State Extension "Hell in the Pacific" stars clearly records the lion pouncing
day the Florida State Poultry America's Lee Marvin and Ja- squarely on Shannin'shead largest sort of army to keep our country free of litter.
from the Un-
Poultry Specialist
Meeting was held in Gaines iversity rode the pan's Toshlro Mlfune. They Just as the fatal shot is But there's no need to hire anyone. It's a job we can

I THE 69 ville. This was the 28th meet- looking; ,and we talking and county came comprise the entire cast of the fired. do for ourselves. All of us. Every family that spreads a

I by'h.m..ofJohfllO".rtd ing. Poultrymen representingall up with a fairly good estimateof unique motion picture in Pana- Shannln has supplied almost picnic lunch. Every boatman who cruises the lakes and

Eoinrud.OutbomtdMotort. parts of the State were our Industry. We have triedto vision and Technicolor. The every zoo in the U. S. with an- waterways. Every motorist who uses our roads and

present. keep it up-dated since that film was made entirely on five imals.A highways.It .

One part ottne program lues- time, but this is not an easy of the Palau Islands of MI- dramatic story of women is the pleasure of the U. S. Brewers Associationeach
morning was a panel discussion cronesia, selected because of Imprisoned Island and
day on an
Job. year to give its fullest support to the Keep America
LAWNBOYSEE on "How the Agricul- their desolate, primitive ap- forced to live wlthoutmenplaysat
4. For a couple of years Beautiful Campaign. Remember: Every Litter Bit Hurts.
. Service Can the 301
tural Extension there have been little hints pearance so vital to the film. Drive-In Friday,Sat-
of help to poultrymen" I "African Safari true This is our land. Let's treat it right.
be about a Poultry Producers Ass- a sto- urday, and Sunday May 15-17.
mention this paricular part of ociation. About four months ry filmed completely in Central "99 Women" stars Maria
the program because I was a ago Africa by animal collector Ron UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
and had some of our allied Industry Shannln Schell, Mercedes McCam- POBOX 273. WINTER PARK. FLORIDA 37289GAINESVILLE
member of the panel will play at the Flo- \y
representatives, working dir- bridge Herbert Lom, and Lu-
THE
to tell what we rida Friday and
an opportunity ectly with poultrymen felt the Saturday, May ciana Paluzzl.
have done and are doing in time 15 16. A western, "StageCoach"
was right and ask about "The Young Run-Aways"
Bradford County. Just thoughtI the possibllltes in makes up the double
organizing. provides the tail end of a dou-
CHAMPIONLINEUP would hit the high spots briefly My answer was, "Thatis music feature. ble feature at the drive-
so even more people would to my ears." Result is that "African Safari" follows
know more about Bradford we have had three meetings.Jack Shannln through a series of ex-

County. Let me say first, this Hazen is president. Ar- in.Trade
is a two-way deal in that the thur Gashing is vice-president At HomeFor
poultrymen can and do help the and Vernle Thornton is trea- Tom Edward

19" DELUXE Agricultural 1. We, out Extenlon In the counties Service., surer.himself.Each man Some Is a commit-poultryman To Compete In Your Own Sake

have a very special responsibility tees have been appointed and Angus Judging and Community Progress
in that we are field rep-
organization Is well
on theway.
with all me
features resentatives of the Universityof GAINESVIIE''S
; The Tom Edwards of and
May 6 meeting Starke.
Florida. We have know- was a
lor fiNGER TIP' Donna Wingarden. of Monti- LARGEST SELECTION! N
panel discussion
6-polltlon, ledge of, acces to, and can secure on poultry san-
MOWINO EASE I 4 h i ht o< more assistance from the itation with John Strayer, entomologist cello, !have been selected to represent

Cut.5podtion. entire resources of the University from the University Florida In the 3rd An.

than any other single per- participaing. The June meet- nual National Junior Angus Levis

7 i -' handl son in the county. About three Ing will be on disposal of waste Showmanship Contest In Lexington -

.. with years ago a full day sessionwas material as it is being done Ky.. Aug. 45.

14WH-BOY I char held at the University for over the State. Assistant Extension At Lexington the Youngsterswill

for County Commissioners to ac- Poultryman, Lester compete against state win- AWAITS YOU At7iie
P >tor<... quant them with University Kalch, from the Unlverlsty; will ners from all over the country f!

S :: PreIt..laedc..bon programs. All of our Comm- present the information. for the honor of being named RmcherPne."

at..1! issioners attended. 5. There are other ways that top) Junior Angus Judge in the Largest
blade with Agricultural Extension and nation. South's Western Store
2. We have probably the most
__ stabilizer.Here's Poultrymen work N. W. 6th st. al .US 411-
____._ widespread and complet com- together Justas The Florida contest was held
__ munication with our people. with any enterprise, it takes at the C. J. Hughes Ranch near

Other agencies ask our assist- group action and cooperationto Ellenton with 14 winners of regional -
STARTSAS ance in getting educational Information do a good job. We have contests participating.Tom .

to people. We reach the cooperation and Interestof Is the son of Mr. and I IAir I

LOW AS people through personal visits, our people in all types of Mrs. Maurice Edwards Jr.. of Business Directory

mass meetings, circular let- agricultural programs in Brad- Btarke

a frisky budget-priced Lawn- ters, newspaper, radio and ford County.

Boy,featuring the top-of-the line Lawn- $7995JOHNSON sometimes even television. We -
Boy engine! Variable speed throttle. recognize and appreciate the ConditioningHeatingAir Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES
Grass bag available! interest and cooperation of our Proper Pruning May Make Equipment

newspaper and radio station. Conditioning MUSTANG

Special stories pictures and Ornamentals Bloom Twiceremoved Heating By Santa Fe Tractor, Inc.
Mobile Homes
news columns with the carters General Electric ,

& FARIS Inc. days and a each radio week.program 12:36: p.m.five, Many ornamental shrubs will from the bush old Russ's Sheet Metal. Inc. Farm Tractors FORD EQUIPMENT 4 Implements Gainesville's Discount Mobil
USED
at 1490 on your radio dall. So, bloom more than once a yearif plants should be fertilized to Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. Home Sales Lot.
SERVICE
224 N.W. 8th'! Ave. Phone 372.3684GAINESVILLE we can get information to our -properly pruned according help promote bud set for next Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART NEW MOON CAPELLA

people. to the Florida Nurserymen and year's flowers. A good mixed GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOObLow
3. Two years ago our poul- Growers Association. fertilizer, such as 6-6-6 or an AUTO SALES Monthly Payments

try Industry seemed to go Intoa Crepe Myrtle produces blos- 8-8-8 with 40-60 organic, Is Johnson & Fan's Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134S
,
boom period. Our poultry- sons on new growth. If the ideal. It is well to use an BRASINGTONCADILLAC

men were wanting: to know more plant Is pruned after the old acid fertilizer If it is avail- OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS MOTORCYCLES

about the size of our industry; shoots will emerge and producea able. Mulch the plants with "PALES' SERVICEFine Insecticide Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS _

our Chamber of Commerce second crop of flowers. Crepe grass clippings, leaves, cyp. Selection of Vied Car
from pr.oafllng/ pan.) YAHAHA BMW
loontxnu.d wanted to know so they could Myrtle plants are used as trees, ress bark or pine bark. Mulching Taken On Cadillac Trade
:3 ortption Amount of put the Information in a bro- will help to the We Rent Fertiliser Spreader
Tax. may be grown as a shrub, keep roots 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 3T8-MOI d
...or..41)91S' Sea Twp Re* Ao Caner. and Co itJ chure they were printing. With or pruned severly and grownas cool and also retain moisture. 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-047S elf. z ant! a-

a perennial. The plant is The spring hatch of tea scale CRANE Sales Parts Service
iix lit of Nat( 8 22 280 Dorothy K Is MATERNITY WEAR
very active
265.98 subject to on camellias 615 W University 378.2811
., 3onoenltn one difficulty--pow- LINCOLN MERCURY
J t .*4i., fl/vw; .6 '. J, ,.. ... -- .. .JacksonvilleBusiness dery mildew. The hot, humid at thJs time of year. An aPplication Authorized Sales A Service
A01--I E of SS| of N'd{ of Cygon FOR MOTHERSTOBEA
It of Sat\ 88, 22 )eO Dorothy: K months of the summer are op- will help to 2201 N, Main Ph 372-4373 :MUSICBALDWIid
>
LINE OF
361.09 keep the FULL
I Sohowilth tium conditions for the grow- leaves free of this insect -

."01--\1 1 9 8 22 6"0" Dorothy KSoho..Hn the of powdery mildew on the Crane ImportsVolvo Lingerie Dresses Slacks
606.2) new leaves. The plants mustbe Some daylilles that bloomed MO Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits

,'l'0j--All 'Ix dti, or NSt! 10 8 22 600 Dorothy KSoho.ntth sprayed frequently in orderto early in the spring may be 606 E. University PIANC&& ORGAN.
56ft.l/ control this fungus. A suit- overcrowded. Now Is the time Phone 372-4251 EXPECTANTLYYOURS CHOICI Of TMI AITISTS

1407'' --Ngt N' of Nat U* or able material !is Karathane. to divide the larger clumps for INC.
Stfj of Not NE, of 3V) of Neutral copper can also be used, next year's flowers. Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA ..CrMcxdnMU Ico; :
NU< Slit Of NJ, 1 1IN, 11 8 2t)10 Dorothy KSohoenith 295.5" DirectoryAuto but it is not as effective.The Roses in hot weather pro- 7M W. Unlveraltv Opp. S.F.J.C. Tt.-
duce
smaller flowers
accord-
'1U2J--COT' lOt Int of 3 Line of camellia enthusiast is ing to the Florida G'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372.5353
lUt of N <; d t"> Line of ot hd watching closely for new growth Nurserymen Mechanical CONTRACTOR
i on M 100', N 100' W 100' Sales and Service to mature for and Growers Association. Although 4 wheel drive And cars
this is
the time
S )00'. 3 100 To FOB 12 8 22 Wendell 0'3taim 5.33
of year to make new cuttings. you may fertilize month- Sales Parts Service MOVERS

JIOO-A--J bedford HO.bhor.a5J08B.I of Lot J of Lake JImnts P v Parrish MotorsSALES Use only the tip growth that Isa ly, the flower size still decreases Clean Used Toyotas K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc. .' Long Distance Moving

Pui.el 103.09 deep, chocolate brown color. almost continually! 1700 N. Main 376-1266
The cuttings should be through the summer, and only Thompson'* Refrigeration Storage Packing
lit 3 tin* of approxImately
tot J of B1ktA"'t Pl"n.o"t 4-6 inches long. Insert In the fall will flower size begin Service Crating Shipping
,.' SID /Jltl Ely On h/rf S/U/ of 17V It 3 lid PARTS SERVICE:
gi21"g: I in I '.S.5',, 9 ture of half sand and half peat. spot and powdery mildew on the Repairs on White Appliances HILL'S
bf: Kin S 125.LaK .8 To leaves POWELL'S
9 >" JO of
*. Swly on Leke To 3 Line They should root In 6 to 8 your rose bushes. Industrial Combustion Service
of Lot 5 B.ln" 43'. I On 3 Always Good Used Cars weeks. Black spot can be controlledwith Beauty Academ Boiler Room Sales A Service Van Service Inc.
Line Lot 5 To FOB 138 22 Shirley P>/>nH weekly applications ,
Johnson 11.82 921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 After the cuttings have been of 3038 N. Waldo Rd.. Gainesville
Dithane M-45. Mildew is more Learn a Profession In Your 3340& N.E. Waldo :M. Q'vlll
5630 Tract 10 Carl Vomopf sID Jo",.. 2 Lee 90.5" difficult Telephone 372-2182
-- to
control, but a new Spare Time. Full or Part Time 372-C71

56,6--1' of SSt of ..St5661Ntoffoii'e6N 13 a 22 20 J...l. I Ingrahan. 76.36 F.J.F.rTRrr MOTORS!; My Neighbors material called Paranon has 219 N.W. 10th 378.2766
: been widely acclaimed by rose MEN'S WEAR PAINT GLASSLIDDELL
Cor
: !: 2* In NB
363' of i'I growers as a most effective ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC
of T'irt'' Port: of 3Si of material
Sir PEAVY Brothers against mildew. STAG 'N DRAG PAINT &
Set -. of '.C M n ti a/w 14 8 22 Ouor Vullil.Jull ,61.13IS The
secret to good plant
qua
J667-- .t sw, .4 m, of Sit 8 22 520 Xrothy Sohoanlth K "92.al Electric Co., lity is selecting a good shrub Griffin SolU GLASS CO.

to begin with an amlntaining Motor Repair Co.Of Arrow Shirts Florshelm Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Door -
5669--All 16 8 22 640 Dorothy. KSauoenlth 606.23 Electric MotorsSold It under the correct cultural Oalnevllle Inc. Formal Rental Tub Enclosures Shower Doors

Serviced Repaired practices. Plants can live with Ladle Sportswear Furniture Tops Window -
RewindingNew
5612.N nf Nil 17 9 22 ""1 Dorothy KSchoentth water alone, but a little fert- Repairing -
)9.16 Generators: Starters Armature ilizer greatly helps to Improve
Rewinding Ph 37! 1I MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. 372-811
5o73--Lot 1 2 Cr M A. M1S I the quality.; Z81I N. W. 18th -$ GAINESVILLE
of t.H .a Lot 6 Or .b3; S5t 4014 T.nox Jax 387-2528
Of N., 4. Ill :3ove lot 4N of .
MoO-nua s/J tint BK A ft 117Mlaohun -
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County 21 8 22 296 Dorothy KSaho.mith
283.50 MUSIC

,5689;, .W )/" Of UlU 4 of iovt( Lot < Tired of the tame and the ordinary?
J O Klrkl-ni 11 > ?7 GM
2 Cf: L'li1' aID Paulus Music Co. Slip into a swinging Cutlass S.

'5709--NJ4 of ;M1.l./ A. t' of .4.. 22 8 22 120 Dorothy KSohoenitn "4'A'8 and one 'IT-You This one's got excitement, even _
137.95
Band A String Instruments must reflect my side of the standing still. Makes you glad it's also s"

S710-A--S 3*"' Of ..d. Of l 1'4 i 23 8 22 12 Corp K.yiton. Eat .W.72 Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers family. ..' got an anti-theft steering column lock ....00. "c"..".
too-to discourage the envious.

3718-.,.. J of ..il of KEJJ723 24< 8 22 10 Hra J.s..l. IIngraham 80.7 School Supplies-Instruction Turn on the key and you turn on a
Roberts Recorders Rocket 350 V-8 to instant eS'l1pe-with

--M 200' of i )/* of :.* of I.SI572927C01I 2<" 8 22 10 Alfred A W-lKer, 111.94 Music Library-Export an action a ride and a certain clans

Jr. Repair Department ordinary cars can't duplicate. 1'

At ji Cor of Nii:, Hun It's all part of the Olds extra value
W '2)."'. l.-'ly 166."' for PCB 41 $. I>uval St. 355-8417 thai far beyond its
goes price.
Qy 103', M* 1100'. viy 110', .
Sly 1100', Sup 10)' to PCB 2U 8 22 Clifford 4 nl n 89.50 About that price: It's lower than many

J917-A' --B.< ?SO' 1 of :M Cor tli N4of > PIANOS "low-price" models on the road today.here's \
m, S 6)."'. i 729' lo a/I
Or Hd N on S. ./1 681.99'. i 967.l t
l>9' To PCB 6 Par Deco In OR BK YAMAHA PIANOS how you slip into '1;'
24 8 22 K.riton. Sitxt.iCorp i
39 r 323i960 -'* 49.12 CONN and KIMBALL D
ORGANS something exciting,without t \

-sot 19 of Bl.. 15 in K C E X.viton ...t.t.. tripping on the price tag. f ,,

.' '5961--Lot 20 of B1H' 13 in K C S Corp 9.51 l1t l1\\\1 \\
Unit 1 K.yaton. 3at.t.t t i.lP \
Corp 8.91

601)--1 Lot in 3E Cnr of 3V of t NJJ 4' twr ,
of it't of ...; a.In* 101 ft N .t .
DBy110rtSAatS50'. 25 9 22 .1 T J Ald.i-mn 39.76 4A

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a .4 Hun N 350 ft for II FOB. Run
4 330 n. t. 130 n. K ))0 K.oO .
S To PCB 25 8 22 1 Klnnl. Jones 7.27

.tt. --Sv of ''ISI or Jl, i,* lot 60' KIMBALL: "SWINGER"

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60fc-B--CoTt At Cons tmni t doe
Car of I Una of Sao 4 60' Cone ) '
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FOB6051Co. 258 22 0.0. L.w1. 63.04. I l,

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kin i 6JO ft 'or. PCB Run K uaatl
500 ItS105'4500PtTo LITTLE DUDE tr
roB 26 8 22 1 t CM orton*. Con 75.93 ..,r.a3rfdi. .1

Western Store BARE BACK STYLE Young.
i097--sea; 95' I of N* Cor Cont t -
100'. t 200' To Laic, i Alone fun. and definitely in the California )
f. Lake. 100', N 200' To Beg 35 8 22 G.or*. L Grtffla mood is fashion's newest
Western" !4ft.1t1J1" Leather-
Heroin a Coff 123.53
sportswear favorite: the
.
'. 6JS3-- 562.a' of Lot 9 in Indian food Saddles and Trailer bra dress. Pertly interpretedIn
*..an (Unit ) 3 Roy J Adam '''. ) Charles & Sharon Patty bold printed cotton this -' '19519

*t 5/1 5/22 J. B. (.11 f 803 8. Edfwwood 884-U19 flare-skirted style has a bared Como Mhownf. ero Flour(IIJmnbNe'Curlu'dwI.. .8prin, 'a''fufwumnn....hlo" Spring fashion plate II'r J!I a iJ

TAX BRAOPOBO COU.ICTOI COUMTt back Pam Sportswear.and halter neckline. By for mi nwn--a Youn mobil your...J..n.:::. doan'e whorl now.* : .,



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.ott.... k lip If.- tha% ..!.>'hl1.. ... daaeWbed lan... .
Ill a* eat* a* la ._i_ a* !..'. ..al... aea on th* .6>hf More less education ;::;:;HMttft&:: : ::: ::::::$:::::&K3:::::::::%::$::.::=*:::;:;:::;:;:::::::::::::::;:::::::::::;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::;:;:;}:;:::;:::.-:

oar of Ja. A.D." -9 a* Ills air twill afar ......., sate discipline sex _
ef Bradford. eta .r n."" .... .o p*:r th. ae.e. ...> far ..... ,
-k.N'gp..f U ST MUt all _**. af Man I Don't Wait Too Late To I}
001. sea ."*....I } .. Sign
..
beaerlptlon" A.omt.t Delegation Asks School BoardA ". {
Clay
.f '1'.... For Medicare Seniors Warned
Iwn6 Seat. Togp Raj.. M., Oanar and On at. ,
h)6110.* ., Mi ., Bit N ., at K 10 6 ts 2) Kraft Bataiop a ..8wafBrlo

PTA the Retired Military Association
S336A130* of H 170 ef M of BB* number of Clay County Every month there are pea ther chance to sign up for a longtime
(0 < 22 >. Freoj! ..ilO.ol.19 Ministerial Alliance, I much as ,a
residents want less emphasis ple in the Bradford County area perhaps as
and the County six-member
.)7)-8.-1... S of BUr 8 In Daleoood SB .n N S Chamboro 7.72 on sex and more on dlcipllne In 14 who sign up late for their year.

2377.0oe 11.0 Pt R Proa. at Oar of SUf. the education of their children.A screening committee appointedby Medical benefits, William Fisher For a person who la .a social

., 8Wt a tiai N 113 Pt N 30 ft B delegation of about 25 per- the board last month. I'i social security representative security beneficiary, the basic
,
113 Pt a 30 Pt To FOB 11' 22 Jooo hino HI.* Spokesman for the protesting. i I'I
usll :ioU ons, Including? parental and representatives said this! week. hospital insurance. protection
group said they were opposedto I
of the ministerial that May has been automatically with the
Noting : begins
-2''28--B W 76', N 72 Dag W 488'.: 20 alliance, appeared Monday be. proclaimed Senior Citizens month of the 65th birthday. One
Dog 30 Hin B 322.6*. N DagB fore the School national trend and felt It was 11 President Fisher not receiving benefits
178'. a 72 DoS I 627* To POBEx Clay County not doing the good the i :Month by the who!. Is
BW2l8 16'30* > J I,Wall! Jr US.12 Board to oppose newly intro- propon- 9 i, urged Bradford !residents who. should check with the social.!
ents claimed It would. :
--Coa at NB Cor of Sao 21 Ron duced sex education programs, School Superintendent Jesse ,1 are approaching .age 65 b celebrate security office two or three

a 30 Dog 20 run' W 9"" '. all and ask for stronger discipline .', by finding out as much as months before !his 65th birthday -
Dos W Along RB 1320*. N 72 Deg Tynes said, "The school program ',: ,.;J"." Fisher
1039' To W B/W of H".r 301. a dn schools. .. they JOan about the Federal ,about his eligibility,
11 Dog W Along W R/W Of 11' 22 a Siam! Las.dA..I.a The board agreed to withhold Is Intended to be a wholesome ', ,,
In- approach to sex, In con r .. .. said.The office
.. security
portal 0U2450ACo. the proposed sex education trast to "', ,.". cans. Starke social
things available to
.. at Oar of NWt ..t1} courses until materials could be ;young people through current ''' ', : IA person should sign up for is located at the Old Agriculture -

W "5' For POB. W 100', N 21 reviewed by a committee com- medical insurance two or three Building and is open

111'Degim To*POB. a 100'.1121 Dos W 11' 2* Janniag posed of representatives of the commercial backs." films and paper \ months: before he reaches 65 if from 9:30: a.m to 11:30: a.m.

Gardner 12.87 he wishes. coverage of doctor each Monday and Thursday.

.IIS8--1 Lot 100 Pt So. In as Cor of ---'" ,bills to( begin in the month he

81 kIN of B 1 W Tap a/D n' 22 Zaehary Crawford 2.75 r, reaches 65' Fisher .said. If he

g''e''.A--Beg 3W of Lot 3 Ilk 21Knlaht RECREATION NEWS waits until later, his medical MachinesFor
.. aiD N 18 Deg B 23' ,,' insurance may not start until Adding
8 72 Dos B To 9 Line of ... ,
21 W To Poe 5..-)?? A C Carter 1t.)3 one to three months after he

signs and If he waits more
2327-Lot ) of Ilk 20 In N Reno SO lI'Ur.: Wllllaa )5.91 up Sale or Rent
months I after he reaches
of In POLICE DEPARTMENT while holding the losers to four i than three At The Telegraph
'2552--lot 3.e Blk 1 OahaganSO have
will not ano-
Bx B/W Willie nn.on Ji- 7.38Bobert REMAINS UNDEFEATEDIN hits. BPOE had some fine (t 65, he

2J53-lot 5. 22 of Ilk 1 In Oahagan BANTAM LEAGUEThe pitching too, as Discount could .....,
8/0 I.... 11..1t but four hits. Dale ..
Police Department took manage .
255""'--Lot 6 of Silt 1 In Oahagan SOBx sole possession of first place In Johns was the top hitter in the ON TilE PLUS "DE-It's the year for pants plus longer,
B/W lobsL.la X13 shaped and flared tops. Kelita fashions twill.woven plaid cot
as he got two lilts for 1 1The
Bantam Baseball game
League as they
ton Into a Jumper dress/pants ensemble (right) and a shorts:!!
Lot 3 of Ilk 2 In Oahagan SO L'Y7Lennoa! 2.15 BPOE.
25 7-- came uo with two big consecutive suit with long fitted jacket.

2592--Lot* 2'','' of Blk 2 In OahaganSQ victories.' STANDINGS: Police 2-0-2,
.......tl. Tarlor: *..29IT Thursday May 8, they down- Discount 2-2. BPOE 1-2-1, Coke

2J93--Lot 2O of Blk 3 In O.h._ 8D "*'T 1 Oo.2T5 ed Southern Discount 8-2, then 121.

Monday May 12 they defeated SCHEDULE: Friday, May 16- Now Is .
2611--Hi ef Blk 1 S of R 2 SAW* Time To Fertilize
of Blk 1 got B 3 B a alt of Coca-Cola 9-3. Police Dept. record 6:30: Coke vs So. Discount; 8
81 kIN of R 2 S a NWt of Blk BPOE Police.
1 a ef B 2 S in Temple SiD is now 202. pm. vs Amaryllis For Best
Cx Par OB Bk 38-636 .22 6 22 '16rJ.-AUOO IIZ-III7 Southern Discount moved into Monday May 19 6:30: So. ResultsMany

160 N second place, Tuesday May 13,
2612- --Deg 23 > 72 Deg Discount vs Police.
W 63' S 17 Deg 25* 10 S.. W as they downed BPOE 5-3, to Nematodes are also a problemon
160' POB Con at Int of Canter Tuesday: May 20 6:30: Coke bulbs produce next
Line of B/W of RR Llna even their record at 22. VB; BPOE.WOlIEN'S. year's flowers at this time amaryllis. If your beds
of Nut Rd a 72 Deg B on Rd Police Dept. rapped out 10 of bulbs have been undistrubed
516.8', N 15 Deg 5H" 110'. LEAGUE of year. Amaryllis is no exception -
8 72 Deg 15' B 312.87 POll lilts while limiting Coke batters TO' BEGIN PLAY the Florida Nurserymen for a number of years, the
Coot a 72 Deg f 65". H 17 12' 22 350 Thoodoro Norris 8.21 says and Grow-
to Nurserymen
three Florida
just Bakken
as Joey
The Women's Softball' League and Growers Ass-
2629.Coa at aw Cor of NWt ot 31 picked up his first decision of will get underway Monday ociation. ers Association suggests that .
Bun B 460 n. N 460 Pt tarSOS. drench the beds with a ne-
B N 200 Pt, W the season 93. Kevin Kelley. May 19 at West Side Park at Amaryllis bulbs are quite peculiar you
Olro' that
30 Pt, a Pt To POB U' 22 Louvtna Jane. 22.09 Claude Dinkins. and Raymond 8:00: p.m. in that they pull them- maticlde. There are three

,2633--Coa ..' aw Con of NWt of !awt Whittle led the Police attack The League this year Is composed selves into the ground over a can be applied while the bulbs Ne-
B 866' N 30' B 100' with two hits each. A are In place. They are:
for POS Coke was of four teams being period of time. bulb that is
N 100'. B 751 3 100. W 75' led by Joey Thomas with two represented too deep will fail to bloom. A magon, Fumazone, and Saro-
To POB Lplng N of Co Or Rd U' 22 C .1.le. 24.4126414a. by: Norman's Farm,
Beggs Gulf Starke bulb that is over fertilized with lex.
-.S.g 200 N of 88 Cor of hits.Southern Industries, If are a fall gardenerand
H. or NWJ of SW*, N 200 Non Discount, after los- and Colonial Florist. nitrogen many fail to set you garden rest dur-
Canal 130'. 9 2OO', I 159 ing to BPOE let vour
on Opening Day The first ( flowers. Now is the time to
To Beg 22 6 22 Cat!. Nonan )." game Monday nightat it is
months
: downed the team behind ing the summer ,
same 5-3 8 p.m.. will match Norman's appply an application of a 4-
26"9- Lot 12 of gilt 1 in Nat Wil- the pitching of Eddy Dyal 8-6 to your amaryllis bulbsto advisable to plant a small cover
U... 3D Bx 8i ifill.... Ald.tdgo 1.97 Farm and Beggs Gulf, while the enrich the soil.
who picked up his second win in second game at 9:30: will produce flowers for next crop to help
see
e652--Lot 9 of Ilk 1 ef Nat Vll- as many starts. year. Bulbs that are liftedat You can u' e a cover of field
liea. 3D Uouotng ......0.. Starke Industries meet Colonial
Corp 28.8k Dyal struck out 13 batters Florist. this time will also fail to. peas. This not only enrichesthe
bloom. soil, but it also pro-

B653--Lot..10 of Ilk 1 In Nat Wll- Amaryllis vides a vegetable for your din- world's sedan?
11. SO Claranaa Do.... 17.42 are subject to a largest
disease called red leaf blotch. ner table. Another cover crop

2659--ao Lot 6 of Ilk 2 Nat Wllliaa. LoU.L Mae Rep. Need For Blood Donors A temporary control for this that has been used not only by

nolda, Bit a.89 disease is a spray of neutral home gardeners but also by That liltle th.,ng3 Trie largest

commercial people is hairy in- Well,certainly not ,n length' And "most
2670--Lot 26 of Ilk 2 in Nat Wll- Greater Now Than EverWhile copper at two-week intervals.
11... aD' LI7: 't-fm 91 ,90MnCem Complete control can be effected digo. This is a vigorous grow- assuredly, not in wid'h, .

.t 3M Car ot NH* of SM) by lifting the bulbs in the ing plant of the legume fam But whenou start count,ng the 'thing

Bun S no Ft To roe, N 300. it is to know gall and treating them in formaldehyde ily. The shading from this you con get .,nside, >ts* trunks, that's quite
B 50', S 300. W JO* To POB 22 6 22 Lurati. .1.... J.1t1 sattsying a loved one be in need of an another .
that you have money in the bank immediate blood transfusion. plant will help to prevent weed sto'y.Suddenly
2672 Coa .t aw ar of our lode, Squarebock becomes .
-- Nwt of awt in case of an it is encroachment in your garden
emergency,
Run B 310 Pt Por POB, H 200 A Decent report reveals that the world's largest sedan.Here .
B 50'. a 200'. W 5O' To POB II' 22 tot+SJ. ."" 014. even more sansiytng to know the nation's supply of blood is during the summer.'Chrysanthemums.
is imperative are the cold hard facts:
at 13.6COanj that have
that there is ample more Flo-
an supplyof
dangerously low and the need
ridians The trunk on the largest conventional
2679. --Coa at aw Cor of NWt of svt all types of blood in your for donors never so great cooperate by support- produced enough growth for
Bun B 60', II 2)0'.Z SO* PorfOB Ing local blood banks If Remove sedan measures 22 cubic feet (And some
propagation -
purposes.
local blood bank should more
N 200. t, 30', 200. W30'Jo you or Florida: is no exception and ItS.a lives of this. room is token up by a spore tire, I
POB II' 22 \lna Batik 3.952660.1.sAt"SW are to be saved and health the top four inches of the
The Squareback will, four
corry possen
restored to hundreds in need. plant and make new cuttings.
Cur of But Of SIft a, Not pens and 31.2 cubic, feet of things. And
Bun S Along i See Line of Amount of only is blood donations a These cuttings will root if Inserted with, the rear seat down you get t a giant
Por.POB. N 200'. B 50' 8 20O
t J.ah4. .... Taffao safe simple proceedure requiring in peat and sand in 489 cubic feet of ,
To t aeo Line W Along a** Twp Bgo &0. 0 nor and OoataOraon approximately carrying space.
Lin. 30' To POB 3357--1 Lot on Y 31 d. of Walnut only a few minutes of three weeks. After How did, we make it so bg, ?
at
: 8.t..en
Bika A A D
In
22 6 I' Db47
Lenin 11.88 Jl J Jonaa Add A N to* of your time, medical science has cuttings have rooted, set themin It's really not complicated, Where

.6111--eo. "60' S a 230' N of 8W Cop Lot 1 All Lot 2. a N 15' now found that in many cases place for new bed of flowers most cars hove an engine we hove o
of lot 0 D
Blk M J
Jonoi
of NNt of 3Wt A. lOB Then Bun it
B 50' N 200'. W 50', 8 200' Add R:M >I.. 88.96)6)81f actually benefits the donor. for this fall.Homeowners. trunk (lOur engine 'is tucked behind, the
To FOB 22 6 22 Jo* Ramon .,.610 A hemoglobia test given shortly
5<* of Lot 8 W 5"' of with citrus trees rear wheels where all gold:::,j VW engines
after
701o--Coo At NW Cur of awt of awt N; of Lot 9 of Blk 19 In the donation of a pint of should watch for water spotson are tucked I

. Run B 610', S 110' For POB, TrapKa Add Hargarat Ball 26.90 blood may be higher than it was the trunks. These use extra And where most cars have o flashy
Run W 50', 8 100'. 150', N
100' To POll 22 6 22 BjL.: Hartlar 7,952706Con )&>0--Ni of Lot 6 Sx S 25' a before. The reason for this is fertilizer and should be removed rear deck we hove ore cor. (This) is
Lot 7 Sz B 25' of B1M19 that the bone marrow and the
what
Water mokes SquarebackasquarebackI I
sprouts are angular o
-
At NB Car of !awt of Sift In Tmplaa Add Auctln a Narrat -
Run. w 87' For POB a 2)2.8, ** Ball 35.23 spleen compensate for the succulent growth with But even with, oil th s space the Square
Nit 60' N 230.C6. B 60' To blood bock 7 ,inches ,thor !
POb 22 6 22 Wilbur Bopal 2U.SO that was removed by many thorns. You need not is only longer the
3700--Lot 8 and That Port of
them bug.
immediately cut off just break them
Lot 7 Blk 2 Rao Plat Bk pouring
2715 -1 Lot in SB ar ef Bt of NBiof ,
SWt Being 100 N A a Bp 2 of Pg 1" Deao OB 67 healthy blood cells into the bloodstream off.How Wh ch makes the world slorgestsedan
50' B e W 22 o 22 Mid. Stat Bone 3)3 Bx Lot Daao OB 67- summer months bring on olso one of' the war'a s smallest.
Ino 306 of Cowling 9/ Ralph A K.I. .
3.J.5
10.... Jr 19.U3J many Insects and disease. If backMillERBROWN
2733--Beg At Nt Cop of 8t of'Swt Dr. Frank Colemanof Tampa you are going to spray your Volkswagen Square
of NEi ofw} Run W 188, 3727--W 85' of Let. I,* of Ilk
a 161.15. B 183.73'. N 1 in J 0 Altar Add -11111nte-YJOd1-7t.'Of currently president of the shrubs and lawns, be positive
159.87' To POB 22 6 22 .ru...". Bps'.. *..72CalTln American Association of Blood about the Insects and disease
3769--Lot. 3, 5, 7 of Blk 37' .
J882.O--Lot 6 of I.. no..... BO J in J H John Add T QulclarB Banks, points out that "If only for which you are spraying. Use

Houpt 1 JS.22 .t 21.119 one or two persons per hund- the right material and the right VOLKSWAGEN

2922--E* of NWt of Sit k of Nit RxN 3793-A--Lot 8/12 or lilt 3 In City red of our population would give amount for the control. Always =::?/)
105' 28 6 22 5 Margaret Bar Perk Da' id Go4l. )It.010
001.l.V 21."9 one pint of blood each yearit read the directions for U. S. ..141 North GainesvilleBANK
3822-A--Coa at aw Cor or NSi or3St
pesticles l
many are highly toxic.
would relieve the
2928--1 Lot Being 122.5 N a arCr.o of NBJ N 270' Vor POD present
Br W Lrlng a Being N 50' S 120' a SO' W 120' shortage tremendously."
In wf-of NWt of TO poa38J1 29 6 22 8illP-4ftn. 24.50. Because of the
advances in
Sit of Nit 28 6 22 Ulllln
poll. 8.02 --A--Bag 13* W a 119 N ofas surgery and therapy, the demand -
COP or wi of NBi or Silk
2954-lot 3 N* or Lot 8 orB Slit or N5i, N 6o, w loo', a for blood has been stead.
In Bunding 30J97S lI.rnio. D 60 E 100* To Beg 29611 Hi 4t. C Thome. 5.119 fly rising and has now passedsix

Bateaan 68.'" 3853--N* or Lots 17,18 ot51K: and a half million pintsa

--Co* on t Side of Chu st 4 2 In R N Doming. Add Ciya B Killer 9.70 year. The need is increasingas
Int of N Lin. of NWJ ef as -
t. Bun, S 50', B 210', N 50', W 3909--Lot 5 of Silt 2 in Butler -Pm. -Theaa* 27.07 much as 10%, a year in many
210' To POll 28 6 222999Lot .1..* Laxla '.10 Clt S/O hospitals, while our populationis

'' 3935--Lot 4 of Blk B in Plnahurit increasing only about 1%
10 of Blk 2 of Donling J t wall Jr "..29PI .
Perk 3D 0 I O ....*.. Bat. ,.sa. a/D Another cause for the short-

3005.-Lot 7 a N* of Lot 6 of Silt 1060--Lot 57 In Porkwood a/D city rat:r Nat'l. rb.i.3 age is the steady increase in
1 A Lots 1,2,3. ot BIN 3 In automobile and other accidents
107--Bag At Inter of a K/W
Dowling Park 3D 28 6 22 A John" eon 29.22 .
Line of lAt.,... 31 With which call for immediate blood I

1:3125-Lot 8 Of of Ilk 25. In Drag -J B at:B/W But Lin a 100'. of To Hart.or.land POB Than transfusions if life is to be o j 1

a 11.8Doron a loo B 17 b}' N 100 Con .. saved. Thus the life 1
Pt W 17 ** To Poe 29611 Tho..P a. you save 1a1
.
:311--Coa At NB Cur or N J Jon.. 071--Coa. at N( Cop of SW't. Run .". ".g7 may be your :awn It you are a
Add 3 17 Doll <142'W 171' For W 6)0' For A POB, Run S donor.
H Df! 37', V 390' To St: Rd 100 Than W
n1 D.g I.l 42' W 96.22,1.U': Along R/W To i Sao Llna N USCiii
DoS :31' B 178.15 N 17 .Dug. To t aao Lin. B To. POD tx Here in Florida some have
<"*.* 100 Tb Beg 'R/Wa! 31.8' Da... OR 1I- ._>l8 29 6 22 6 1ien. Tanner 11.)) done much more than their

Corp 80.89 119-Coa. 360 w of SB Cop or Sao share. At Jacksonville, Luther !
29 Run N '88' for A 'OB SS
3227.-Coa at NW Cor of Call a Barate. Than Run N 178' w 3oO' 9 B. Maloy and Louis An- ;
Run 'N 216.95'. W lit*' 78' I 360 To POB 29 6 22 k.brt 4 Marian thony have given more than /
Par FOB Run N 9.31'. Nip Manning 26,1541b0ACon
135.77', Sip 78". Blr 15}' eleven gallons each where
To POD 28 6 22 H J Btudltlll 70.21 > NW Cor of awt of Sit, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, a former
8 229' For POB a 150', w 158* _
3299--Lot 1," of gilt J in L f a POB Lying in w Port of swt Navy nurse, directs donor recruitments
Co* SiD Bx R/W Sata Bonlr.._ 6.22 of tit 29 6 22 .1... W Thou. 'S.J1 .

,)00-BH 6 in I.or a Co. SiD SX I l66--B.e. ".04' t of NW Cor of Director Bill Teagueof, of the WITHOUT BUDGING
BIll Bx B 75' of Lot 1 Ba;' Hvntor '.*"* Sll of 3>t Bun S on tB/W of St St. Petersburg bank has a plaque -
*
I 10 I 05'. N 134.54'
,)20- Lot 3." of Silt 13 in L 1 To W'L n"A: t ait of 31, in the waiting room listing -
,. a Co* SID Helta Raraon 8.15 W On Lin. 72.64' To POB 29 6 22 0 W Do..". 1.97 donors of more than five from your home or office !

3323 Lot 2 of Blk 15 In I.or aCoi "279.NWt of NWt 3St Bx Par gallons. Lennie Vail and Rob-
8/0 ".tI. Raison ,.1) Sola tx Lot Duo OR Bk ert Nellson have given eight
20 Pg 5"9 a Bx R/W A (x Even if isn't cold
the weather
3335--I.oU 1 a 2 of BIN 19 in Par D... OR Bk 23 281 32 6 22 Victoria No- gallons each, Ernest Langford, raw or .

L T a Co. SID" W* td Bat* Nee "' ...... Fashion 9.18 jnine, and Bill Durden ten gal- Even if you're not exceedingly busy. .
4,50
"27 -A--1 Lot Duo OB 23 Pg 201 32 6 22 I el.. Hitehall ....% ,dons Other Florida banks re-
308..W "0. of Lot 2 of Silt 27 i porting large donors' Or- Even if you don't live or work far away. .
in L 'T a Cog 8/0 toa H** ahraanat 10191---0.. NW Car of NS.-ot Rvt are
"5rOaerse } or si* a 210 POD aioo. s lando and Miami. Even if it isn't a holiday or after
- 160', N 100', W ilo' we.
,)61--Lot 2 of Blk 31 in I T Ala Coo as Cor of Above banking hours.
Co* liD L*. Panel POD Hr To Wit B/W But a few generous Individuals .
It Al. 17.25 M Bd 200. Deg on Wlr
Dan 10.61. M 61 D t V J5' cannot do the Job all by them-

,)78-B--Lo"I.or CI**a/O 2 of lilt Ito In To air Bdry of Par IB 14'rL selves. The immediate need BANK HERE BY MAIL!
Cakrte" aaall 20.38 To POBa298
Is for more donors who give a
13379 Ilk 100" In L T "Nlllea at aeon* 2O.1B
ion;'i'Dot' pint or two a
year.It .
Llllp a Lonnta Writ. or ask us for frt. Banklng-by-Mall forms TOOAYIF
Jaekeon Blak .89 -- ti of Nwi of lilt Bx Par has been suggested that
Sold Bx B/W A tx Par DaaoOB if those who
3384 Lot.0.S t Silt 4 3 of L Bk 22 Pg 3 1/D oa- Doll Bet 1t7." lat| 8.J-8 age and health would mkae a

3"">01.iso1ofBib45inja' .308..Co* .. NB Cop of NWfc of lilt practice of giving one pint of
"eIn B, lake Io.o5. a tunw 210 Por A POB' Than blood on their birthday, our RICAMember
.Run 8-4.03 H 210. N 105', I blood banks in Florida
)1101.-' '' 2 1of Ilk *8 In L 'T 210 To POB 32 o 22 DoUda. 001- and
Cop ..alii. Nllliaai 8." b# 17.68 throughout the nation would be

1t)91-.V 300 of N) of Sit of Kit well supplied and capable of

)..2i._". of Lot 1 of BXk 10 a Bx B/W a .. Per In NW Oor' meeting any emergency. But BANK AT STARKE

a 20* of w) of Lot 2 ilk 130 ao. 336 22 I t .....lop 7,59s8 if you really want to help, you

10 L 'T Co. Add -teraae* ....,.. 'Iv.aa don't have to wait until your
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
birthday. You will be welcome ,

)509It. a a 13* of Lot ) 8 1211 with open arms at any blood One of. 30 Banks. of.the Florida NationaLG uP

lit 28 in L 't a Oo* A-U ,Ulloa... erltfi.. 33.85.: .Oily....Ul of Mark Bdaarde."' nbrtdaColl 1U : eater bank. So volunteer today, you'll ,
be
glad you did.
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I Rabies Clinica On Airport Lease

Set For May '24


HEIGHTS. -- MELROSE : In Clay County FAA Sets New Terms

'. I :. : The annual Rabies Innocula-:

..... ,I tlon Clinics will be held Saturday -
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May 24, at the following
eysfone locations in Clay County: Before It Will ConcurThe

n r Mlddleburg Civic Center. 1

I Hilitesl I to 3 p.m. Keystone Council was told try wants natural gas and we
By JIM -Keystone Heights. City Hall. Tuesday night that the Federal it must charge for the lease. want industry."

Pleaae Phone in Your I 2 to 4 Pm. Aviation Authority will not con- When asked after the meeting Mayor Starnes said ,he had

-- -clay Hill Civic Center (old cur in. the new proposed leaseof If the Sportsmen's Club could made a personal survey and
By Regina Shnber .r school building), 3 to 5 p.m. airport! property to the live with the new FAA specifications concluded there ws "no Interest

WOMAN'S CLUB the public. Time date ant All warm-blooded pets shouldbe Sportsmen's Club i-nless: President Don Mor- among our people In naturalgas.

-. The final business meeting blecA.. will hA nnnmmred later. innoculated annually, and all 1-The use of rifles is prohib- gan said the board of directors ." Since the town has no major -
oC the year was held on Tuesday, ROT.-"UNQ HF, R TALK owners are urged to take advantage died south of the natural gas would meet this' week study the industry, "I don't believe
May 13. AnnuaJ reports of offt- ON FLORIDA TRAIL of this service. The fee pipeline. requirements and make a recommendation that Keystone would benefit !n

cers and committee memberswere Allen G. Stone of Leesburgwas for each limoculation will be at 2-The planting of wildlife to the member- any way" from the study, the
read and accepted.The truest KwaVrer at a recent the reduced rate of $2 per an- feed! Is banned In areas within: ship at the club's June meeting. Mayor said.CouncUman.

Installation of officers. meeting of the Kev tone Rotary imal.It 300 yards of runways. Another member of the group Roy Watkins took
will ,be on Tuesday, May 27, at Club. discussing! "The Florida la 'recommended that all The FAA also recommendedthat said that the club had been investigating the position that if the rest of
2 p.m. at the clubhouse. We Trull." cats be brought in a carrier or the property be leased for other possible areas the county wanted the district

hope that every club memberwill box at least $250 the first year (as that might be used for its PUr- created he was willing for Key-

be present.JR. When conwWed. thti protect compared with the $1 charge POSeS. stone to support the project.His .
WOMAN'S CLUB will be similar to the well- nnsr flrrr flflflfl-flS proposed for the first year in Councilman Ray Winans told motion to approve Norton's
The Junior Woman's Club met known AonnldoMan Trn'l.' It Will the new lease), and that payments Morgan that a reading of the request was passed.

Thursday, May 8, at 8 p.m. !Start north from Ev"rR'1"des after the first year be new $300.000 liability insurance Timber CuttingA
City and eventually reach Pan- MELROSEBy policy submitted by the Sports
A short business meeting was negotiated.A lengthy discussion was
E. T. Martin
held followed by installation ol ama City a distance f of from (right), general manager of Clay Electric- fourth FAA stipulation was men's Club on the airport "did touched off by Bo Henderson

new officers. Mrs. Asa Cox 600 to 700 miles. At wesent! Cooperative congratulates: winners of essay contest (from Joyce Rowensrrsrrrrrrrrrrrflrrr that the leasee be required to not mention the City." regarding the method of receiving -

District Jr. Director of Gaines, !bout jso! miles of the trail can left): James Richardson, Kerry Shackleford. Kay Stone, and repair the fence around the Councilman James Cook bids on timber to be cut at

rifle was the installing officer be walked. 'Jame Stephens. area. agreed stating that the new the airport. Henderson said

The slate of new officer A Florida Trail Association' We had a bit of an accidentlast A Sportsmen's Club spokes- policy "protects the club and that all bids should be submit

Is: President, Mrs. Clyde Ash- has' ripen orwrrfrcfl! with membership Winners Named In Essay week. Our six-year-old son, man said the fence "was cut the airport but not the City." ted on a lump-sum basis rather

ton; Secretary Mrs.. W. L. now arwoacMnsr 1.000. Danny fell from the monkey to pieces" during the year that Morgan said the club was than allowing pulpwood operators -

Bunce; Vice Pres., Mrs. Pasch. Any person Interested in learnIng Contest By Clay Electric bars at school Wednesday and the area was out of control of "paying extra" to have the City to bid on a per unit basis.
al Carr; Treas., Mrs. Donald more about the Florida suffered

Clisson. Trail rnav contact Col. James Four high school juniors were school junior contestants. seems to be mending. quite nicely from $500 to $1,000 to make re the policy amended if the City that per 'unit bids should be acceptable .

The other presentations were Ohe'..Jn +on. who." fta* brochure named winners In the 1969 Christine Brantley, Inter- though. pairs. had been omitted by error as long as a minimum
as follows: about this exciting! project. lachen High School; Sandra There was lots of company Upshot of this latest commun- Approve StudyAt amount was specified, and the
Tour to
Mrs. Floyd Koons Senior Advisor "Youth Washington"Contest Haas, Bradford High School; at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ication from FAA was a motion. the request of James Norton bidder put up his check coveringthat

of the Junior Club, presented ) Deborah Hawes, Keystone Heights Francis Chiappinl last week. approved by Council to have its attorney for the Clay Coun- amount.No .
the award of Junior Womai NEWS NOTES Winners were: Kerry Shac- High. School; and CharlesLee Chuck Chiappinl of San Antonio attorney review the deeds from ty Commission the Council approved change was made sinceit
of The Year to Mrs. Raymond kleford, Keystone Heights High Brown, Lincoln High Scho- Texas spent the week with his FAA to the City (revised in a motion to request the was pointed out that Council
HelenCOMMUNITY School; Kay Stone, Clay Junior- ool, Gainesville were namedas brother. and sister-in-law.. They 1965) and advise just what authority legislature for an enabling act had the right to reject all bids.
Farris. president! Mrs. Ash By Egan Senior High School; James runners-up In the contest were Joined by their mother, the City has-what It can to seek federal fund for a studyof In other matters:
The new ,
Richardson, and James Step and each received a U.S.Sav- Mrs. Mary Chlappini, and Fran- do and cannot do in regard to the feasibility' of creating a Winans said he had received
ton presented a past presidentpin hens, both of Santa Fe High thee Bond !ici.;' son and daughter-in-law the airport. Natural Gas District for Clay reports that some property own-
to retiring president Mrs.R. .
CHURCH School. These four were jud- The four winning juniors from Mr. ,and Mrs. David Chiappinl Chairman Everett Fox said he County. ers were permitted to pay taxes
Farris. The highlight of the Annual gpH hoot of the eight finalists. Clay Electric will join winners of Georgia. ,who also visited her agrees that FAA has a right to Norton said the Clay County after the April 1 deadline without -
Mrs. Farris presented a gift Meeting of the Church Women The! !finalists had reached the from other rural electrics In parents Mr. And Mrs. Fred- ban rifles and stipulate areas Chamber of Commerce had asked penalty. He said this was
of a check from the Junior Club of the contest,
was the Candlelight Service oral portion Florida at the new Jacksonville erick Buz. for feed planting but does not the Commission to spear- unfair to others who paid their
to the Senior Club. Mrs. Sara held on May 5 at 7:30: p.m. sponsored by Clay Electric, International Airport on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sittler of think it can tell the City what head this movement as "Indus- taxes on time and the Tax Col-

MacDonald. Senior president In the Educational Building. on the basis of essays written June 8 for the start of their Tulsa, Okla. stopped by for 'a lector should be so advised.

accepted with thanks. A short closing business meeting from material furnishedto one week expense-paid tour of short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Recommendations from an Insurance -
The Junior members thanked!
of the 1968-69 year was more thai a hundred higha Washington. Virile Rowe and family. company concerning
Mrs. Koons for her services conducted by President Mrs; There are ,a couple of events safety measures at Keystone
during the past year with a gold ,. .
Roy Turknett. Net receipts of --
coming up in Gainesville. which Beach will be forwarded to Paul

monogrammed Eight members pin.of the SeniorWoman's the treasury were reported by Friendship Circle was formed 4748 or Mrs. Mildred Paytonat 'will be of interest to many of V.. .-- ____j Smyzor, operator) of the facility.
Club attended the in- Treasurer Mrs. Bessie Mae which encompassed the entire 473-3164. Anyone interestedIn you who fly or enjoy flying ; -; ah1Rj5)ILj - ( Nell Tucker, of Starke. requested -

stallation. Bowen. At the Executive Board room. A social hour followed becoming a member is cordially with Irlends. There will bea permission. to dot the

WOMAN'S GOLF ASSN. Meeting it was recommendedthat with refreshments served by invited to this closing( special aviation day ''at Stengel city audit again and his request
20 Choir gowns be orderedfor Rebecca Circle (Mrs. Myron meeting until September. Airfield May 17. Featured will was tentatively approved sub-
!business meetingand
The regular <<
the adult and celestial Prevail Sr. Chairman). The. EASTERN STAR be a sky dlvlhg contest, spot ject to investigation of an opin-
of will
Installation officers
choirs. and the cost of same landing contest, Introductory ion by Councilman Winans that
the first In new season of 1969-70 will be inItiated The May 5 Chapter meeting;
be on Thursday be paid for from the outgoing rides acrobatic demonstrationsand state law requires cities to havean
,
in that Mother's
on May 19, with a covered was a special one
June. Slate of new officers is: treasury, together with additional audit by certified
a pound airplandrides. a public
penny
dish luncheon at 12:30.: under Day ceremony was recogn-
President Mrs. Lois Walker; sum deposited of $200 be There will be fried chicken accountant every three years.
the catering of the past ized by Worthy Matron Grace
Vice Pres., Mrs. James Ches- added to the Scholorship fund. Executive Board, with Mrs. William Keeth honoring the Mother and all kinds of goodies to :: Tucker not a CPA said he
sine ton; Treas. Mrs. Marshall Annual reports of each Circle : knew of such requirement.
Beam, Sr. as Chairman.At with the most children and eat.Also -j-
Gallop Secy., Mrs. Hacker. elected officers and
Chairman that time, the new President Mrs. Blance Cunningham has on Saturday there will Mayor Starnes described the
Seven members plan to attend appointed chairmen were givenat will announce appointed officers ) five children: and the mother be two performances by the FSU condition of outside: restroomsat
a Golf-Around at Ocala this time. The Publicity Circus at Florida Field. One the cityhall as deplorableand
of Circles and chairman with the youngest child. Judy
on May 15. Chairman's report was 'based of committees. The afternoon Cunningham has a six-month- will be in the afternoon! and one said they must be maintained -
ST. WILLIAMS NEWS on events of the year closing each In the evening. These are students properly or closed.
Circle members will also be old daughter. They were
New Fire Truck Arrives
The Altar Society of St. Wil but added that as news items. who perform mostly aorobatica -
assigned to a new circle. At the presented with a jar of gerani-
liam's Church will meet on are once published they become conclusion of) the meetings the ums. Each member and visitor and aerial stunts.
Tuesday, (May 19, In the churchat history and on this basis the new Circle Chairmen will meet wore a carnation either whiteor There will also be
9:30: a.m. establishment of a Historianwas with their new members for red. except the Star Points tat J. L. Price's ranch. He is

There will DC!' a Mass at 9:30: recommended. An appealwas planning and organization.The who wore a red carnation, the selling his home, land and cattle.So Heights Volunteer month and Chief Ed Bennett
followed by Installation of new made that anyone having Nightingale Circle will emblematic red flower. anybody with the day /off The Keystone:
receivedits will ask for residents of
officers of the Altar Society for pictures or Items pertaining find plenty to do. Fire Department again
meet for a covered dish supper Worthy Matron Grace Keeth can Ward La- the area that the fire depart-
1.000 gallon
next year. to the Church Women's organization with Mrs. Roy Bridges, on May Introduced Worthy Grand District The MYF would like to thank new ,
France fire truck last week replacing ment covers to help by sendingin
All the women of the parishare > from the first meeting, everyone who attended their carwash
19. Rebeccas will meet at 8 p.m. 8 Instructor Hilda Cogdill the old No. 1 truck that their donations.
cordially invited to attend. when Mrs. Bert Christoffers last Saturday. They are DIRECTORYRABY'S
on May 19 with Mrs. Richard of Waldo Chapter. The Chapter acquired in 1953. Through these donations the
to send them was
BINGO NOTICE was president. trying to raise money so they
Lovorn. officers presented a humorousskit
volunteers maintaina
of the 1909 Keystone
Purchase new
to either Mrs. Don Wallaceor .
Bingo Is plavpfl every Friday can attend camp this summer.
SCHOOL
VACATION BIBLE as a courtesy to the Grand fire-fighting and
the emergency
nlarht at St. William's Parish Mrs. Helen Egan as the The PTA is planning to havea truck was made possible by AUTO
This Is an advance notice. Instructor. "A troubled mother"In continuing support that the Fire rescue unit second to none.
Hall. Play belling at 7:30: sharp. editing of these records will In order that Volunteers may the person of Secretary BeaSChoedet' rummage sale near the end of Department receives through its The department also operatesan
be done during the summer SERVICE
Next week a bill Jackpot awaits arrange to take part !in the had several misbehaving school. annual associate membershipdrives. ambulance, furnished by De-
thp luckv winner. months. Annual Program. Mrs. Barry children whose antics Mrs. Ruth Reed has recently Witt C. Jones on an emergency Complete Auto Repairs
HERE AND THERE CANDLELIGHT SERVICE Wyman. chairman. has set the brought! many a laugh and Instructor returned from Africa whereShe/ basis.
The 1969 drive will begin next Air Conditioning Repairs
Mrs. Myron Prevatt Sr. as her
Cant and Mrs. spent six months with
Robert Kramer Inter-
date for June 16-20. Any CoRdlll endeavored to
and sons are horn*. on a two Spiritual Life Leader directed ested ladies kindly call her at "instruct" the mother on 'how to daughter and son-in-law, Mr. &: Automatic Transmission
week l leave prior to leaving fora this !Impressive! ceremony. The 473-4956 so ;she will be able to cope with the situation. !Mrs. Jo and Mrs. Chuck K1n erand before noon, they will pick up 1913 to 1917 will be guest speaker. Service
spiritual message was one of that same day. If call Is the oldest living pastorof PHONE 473-4404
three year. tour of duty In arrange the program. Reed sang a vocal tribute to family. the dog He
Germany. dedication fellowhlp and service BOOK OF MEMORIESMrs. mothers with Mrs. Betty Sikes Duplicate Bridge ed later, pick up will :be the the Church. Little Lake Bedford

In th near future the Golf together with the greetingsof Albert Bachmann estab- accompanist. Duplicate Bridge winners last next day. However, the dogs Ellam. Church was established

Club will sponsor a dance for new members and a chargeto lished a plan of a Memorial Master Masons will be honored week were. : Mrs. Roland Bryan must be strays and not some- April 30, 1859 when a group of BEAUTY SHOP
the new officers for 1969-70. Plower Fund in the Community at the May 20 Chapter !Meet- and Mrs. J. P. Vose, lot. place; one else's pet. Apparently, several neighbors met for the purposeof
President elect. Fran Turknett Allen and Mrs. J. have been dropped off suitable arrangements -
Church some years ago. For Ing. The Masons and Eastern Mrs. B. A. dogs making KEYSTONEBEAUTY
DRAGLINE WORK lighted the large candle and the benefit of new members, Star members are proud of the W. Foster, 2nd place; Mrs. C. in Melrose and have! no home. for constituting- regular
BULLDOZINGEARTH then each officer. Mrs. Walter visiting friends and newcomers, new awning recently Installed W. Hardy and Mrs. R. P. Vozh. Members ''also discussed tentative Baptist Church of Christ. The SHOP

". Orolick. Mrs. Barry Wyman a recent letter of explanationwas and much credit goes to the 3rd place; Mrs. A. V. Bannisterand plans for *, Flea. Market. first church service 'Was held
MOVING Mrs. Thelma Wallace and Mrs. distributed to the congreg- labors of Worshipful Master Gilbert Mrs. W. F. Wilson Mrs. to be held sometime this sum the next day. At this time there KDITH JOHNSON. Owner

CALL Bessie Bowen lighted the candles ation. The two brass vases on Reed.It Emery Cooper and Miss Bessie mer. were 15 members, including one Fenonal and Creative Hair" Styling -
of the new members as either side of the altar are each was announced that Mr. Rutherford tied for 4th; Mrs.F Melroae School Summr ProgramMrs. negro .slave. EYerr Form of Beauty

Big Chief HeavyConstruction they flanked each side of the Sunday filled with flower arrangements and Mrs. Joseph H. Williams S. Hubbard and Mrs. Paul Maud Watkins, Melrose On the second. Sunday in August KoD Culture a'Jr.- The.4d. 9-6: eloaed

altar. In turn they moved down in memory of a relative winter visitors to Melrose, who Johnson. 5th place. Elementary School principal, 1860. a frame church 31
I Inc. the center aisle, lighting member or a friend who has passed are regular visitors at the chapter Junior Womans Club last week announced plans for ft by 48 ft. was dedicated. This BUILDING MATERIAL

Palatka 325-7476 candles, and each in turn away. By monetary gifts, the when here. met with a headon Members of the Junior WO- the summer program to be held, was the first of four churchesto HARDWARE
lighted the one next to her. name of the donor and the nameor collision in Connecticut. man's dull met May 5 and decided at Melrose Elementary starting be built. It was located near

When all candles were Jlg'ted. names of those in whose Friends may write them, address to hold monthly meet- June 16 and ending, July 25. Melrose Cem.ete.ry.. BROOKLYN

memory they are given are recorded 75' Williams Rd. Turnbull, Ings. there will be learning and recreational Membership continued to
In the Book of Golden Conn. 06611.PERSONALS(; They also voted to ;raise dues activities from which grow, and in 1881 It was decided SUPPLY HOUSELumber

Stop Wishing Start Buying 'Memory with a specific date to $5 a year to help finance children should greatly benefit. that a new Church was needed. Plywood Builder's
when their projects. There will be a first grade extension This church was located in the
this memorial is to be A cordial welcome Is extendedto Hardware Roofing She trock -
recorded in the nearest Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bernie McGee Junior Woman's Club mem- for children who are now Melrose Cemetery and waa dedicated Paneling Paints Insulation

church bulletin. It is planned and family who recently purchased hers have been busy this spring attending first grade. The in 1883. Tools Electrical A Plumbing

that this will become a perpet- the Bernard Slocomb .- me cleaning up their private beach. fourth, fifth, and sixth graders In 1882 a Ladies' Missionary Supplies.!
AUTO LOANS ual fund. but until It has been (formerly the Bralnard how. .'. They have put up picnic benches will be instructed in math. Society was formed. Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4888
established! fully, contributionswill Mrs. McGee is dausrhter of Mr. and are planting flowers. There will be a varied ..recreational Frank J, Fowler was the first
L be received by Mrs. Bach- and Mrs. Davis of Slyvan Way. The next meeting will be heldat program every afternoon member of the Church to become PRODUCTS""

mann. whose phone number ia Mr. and Mrs. Slocomb are enJoying Mrs. Ada Ford's .store from 1 -to 4, consisting of games a minister. He was licensed CONCRETE

Dreaming of a new car? Our loan department 473-4189. their new 'home> on Sylvan Action Committee .and sports in. groups or indivi to preach in 1892. He later: FORCONCRETE
Several of the Circles contributed Way, across from the Davis James Sayes of the Florida.Development dually. Classes in Arts and
can make those dreams corn the Sunshine and special }!om,.. Commission was Crafts will be held from 1 to 3 Continued On Next Pagel PRODUCI'SCALL

true, quickly. See us for an Auto Loanat project funds to the Flower Mrs. Aughtry Vance it spending guest speaker! at the regular p.m. dally OR SEEEdward's

low bank rates. You can enjoy the Fund. Mrs. Walter Orolick. Circle the summer with her son monthly meeting of the Melrose The library 'Will offer classesin Buildfnur
3. contributed $51 in memoryof in Pennsylvania. Action Committe. He gave a recreational reading and will ((!'h\\r n. Inc.
advantages; of paying cash when you the late Mrs. Nettle Lagassee Clarence Davis Is in the Extended rough draft of the. results of the be open for book check-outs 1 DIRECTORY''" Supply,
and the pleasure of driving attend only one recent recreation survey. The 726 S. MAIN 372-4844
buy who was able to Care Nurnlncr Home In to 3 p.m.
that new car right away Come in and meeing last fall due. to her serious Gainesville. Mrs. Hazel DavisIs highest percentage of Interestwas Children who live in Flora- Gainesville Florida

talk it over. There's no obligation. illness. Some circles madea at her home on Silver Lake, shown In swimming. There home, Crandin Johnson and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
monetary contribution to the and !imoroving slowly was also a great interest shownin Putnam Hall will be providedbus FIRST BAPTIST NURSERY

Choir Robe Fund. Mrs. Daisy Hall Mrs. Gladys spcrts. with baseball' the most transprtatlon. The hours for Sunday School 9:45: a.m.

The Church Women have continued Haberstroh. Mrs. Ruth OTiTson, popular, followed by softball andbasketball. these children ''Will be from 8 Worship Service 11 am. and O.C. Carries Nursery

a mld-wetk Prayer Meeting and Mrs. T. W. Hansen (Hutch. ; a.jn. until 2 p.m. Melrose children 7:30 Training Union, 6:30.:
: p.m.
every Wednesday night in ison Lake) all have been hos- Mrs. Elizabeth Neale spoke to may join in one or 'all classes all sC1'vlces.-Rev. Thousands of plants
Nursery
FULE BANKING the Sunday School Annex at pltalbed and undergone: exten- the group about the art leesons while bus children must participate Lawrence open Carroll, pastor. Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

SERVICE 7:30.: Volunteer leaders conductthe rtve tests. We are !happy to report planned by the Presbyterian in all activities CATHOLICSt. Evergreens

service. they are all at home at Church. They liopeto establisha This program. will be under Williams. Sunday Mass. Camellias & Azaleas
Mrs. William Walz reportedon this writing. class. for 12 gifted art students the .supervision of Mrs. Watkins. 9 a.m. Wednesday Mass and Novena MOST ALL IN CANS
a meettnaof the Church this summer. The cost per stu-
principal; Mrs. Ayleen SmIth. .
7pm.COMMUNITY
Women United 1 fr May Fellow- NOTICE dent will be about $40, -and it is librarian; Mrs. Ruthanne' Parr, : CHURCH PLANT ANY TIME -

ship Day when live members Timber for sale. Approximately hoped that 'area organizations teacher; James Finlayson. tea- Sunday School 9 ::40 a.m. Beautiful Roses -

enjoyed hearing about the universal 200 acres of high grade pulpwood will help with the expenses. cher; .and Mr. William Black: Morning Worship. 11. Youth LandscapingPhone
" problems. facing this The committee voted to pay tor
" to be cut clean. Sawmill coach. Fellowship (all teenagers) 7 659-2165
country, alcohol and drugs. The timber' over 600 ac es to be one scholarship.Mrs. Elementary children are ,all p.m., Mrs. William Hardigree
meeting was. in Gainesville.- sold to the highest bidder Thisis Maude Watkins, Mel. invited. to participate in this leader. Holy Communion. 1st 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on

HOMEMAKERS CLUB a fine tract of timber with rose Elementary principal, asked progranj to make better use of Sunday each quarter. Wednes- Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome

Keystone Homemakers Club volume enough to Interest large members to phone putnam their spare leisure time this day Prayer Service. 7:30.: -Dr.
J COME IN GET ACQUAINTED Is celebrating Homemakers County voters In. Melrose to remind USED CARS
emeritus.
concerns. summer. A. C. Holt pastor
I Week all this week, and the Bids will be received at Key. them of 'the Bond Election For further Information call EPISCOPALSt.

KEYSTONE STATE BANK local club will conclude the stone Heights at the City Hall Tuesday.. Lists of phone the ahcool. Anne's: Holy Communion, Hanks Used Cars
: monthly meetings on May 19 passed. out.
June 10. Further numbers were Celebrate
. until 10 a.m., Baptists 8 a.m. each Sunday. Holy Communion BIG CASH DISCOUNT
, with a covered dish luncheon ,The problem of stray dogs in
; Member FJU.C. KtyttOM Height, FT*. Information can be obtained 110th Anniversary 1st Sunday 8 a.m. and: TERMS
: the regular meeting in discussed.Stray -
following Phone 473- the area was afeo of Melrose -
from the City Hall. Eliam Baptist! Church 9:30: a.m. 2nd 3rd. and 4th Sun-
t! "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Clay Electric Hall, 10 o'clock dogs in Alacnua> Countycan will be celebrating its 110th days. Morning Prayer, 9:30: BUYSELL* TRADE

Community." on May 21. Please provide your 4807.City of Keystone Heights be penned 'up\ and the Ala/- anniversary Sunday, May. 18th. a.m. Holy Days announced.- RT. 1, BOX MHwy.

own table service. If planning Virgie Homer City Clerk. chua County Sheriff's Department With a basket dinner at noon. William I. Jones Vicar. 1... MIleS .. Steito
" to attend, call Mrs. Egan 473- 5-8 2t 5-15 : called. If they are called Rev. L. A. Rawls, pastor from,
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_' i (Mrs. Lagrassee, last week. They and the Edward Christmas family f 1I
*- ( \ VOICE of theSPORTSMAN INDIAN BEACHLake also enjoyed a turkey dinner of Lake City. Of The Lakes..

J with their niece and nephew.Mr. Now here's Leeon Plans:>> Luncheon
Home
\ j ( Santa Fe) and ''Mrs. Stout In Waldo. LEEON'S CORRNER"The I C. Jones Funeral

Mrs. D. W. Carpenter spent Gift Of Love"As .
....-: "II By: Michael H. Chttty iA luncheon meeting"of"theOarden :
MIKE CH1TTY two weeks In Jackson- I
y: the last :
I reading Bible. Club of the Lakes will
Phone 475-1612 ville with her daughter and was my : STARKE |
._ while An hour ago or two.I \Ibe held Thursday' May 22. at
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underwent major ran across these Important 2:30: p.m. in the PHONE 96 1.6200 |
her daughter
I don't know about you good verses. Heights Woman's Club insteadof
::
WIND! WIND! And more al nice fish 'brought in last people. but this reporter Is surgery. Mrs. Shirley Reddishand So I've marked !them! down for the Masonic Hall, as origl- ij
guestsof
WIND! Yep. fellows. that's the mighty happy to see them fin- children were supper scheduled.Mrs. .
week but they lost the names. the Carpenters Saturday you. nally KEYSTONE HEIGHTS |
word the start working on our road District j
big in fl&hlng news. However they did tell me that ally Romans 3:23: : John Hellmuth

Every day last week my father n. E. Sutton of Jacksonville up by the Presbyterian Church.:: night.jack and Lou !Miller their The very first verse we see. 4 Director, will Install the. following \:: PHONE 473-3176 |:: I II
and I planned to go fishing. At least they've started cutting Tells us that all are sinners. officers for the coming ; I
brought in a 12,i pound bass and her friend.
daughter Joan.
the lake looked like an ocean. trees and bushes etc.. clearing That without the Lord Jesus : I
and another fisherman had two last year J
Susan Finn spent Sunday
SO. I'm afraid there's not an the way. I guess about the mId. we're lost. William Warren president t
abundance of fishing news to 30-nound catfish.It dIe of Summer when the traffic with Mr. and Mrs. Mac Mc- But with Him we all can be Mrs.: Mrs. Ralph Barker, 1st ::::: ::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:::;:;:::::;:;:;:::::::::::::;:::::::::;

was just my luck last weekto they'll Gowan In Hill-lard. Lou Miller. .
report this week. Is the heaviest out here winners. ,vfce president: Mrs. Albert
Griffin's Lodge reported that run into a giant school of have all our roads torn upPO Margaret Robbins Mrs. L. B. Romans 6:23: Quagllano 2nd vice president:

the Bass were schooling last bass. and they wouldn't take bad till ifa pitiful. But It sure Nicholson and Lillian Norwood: The wages of sin is death. Mrs. Leon Wagner Secretary: IT'S NEW -

week. and quite a good many anything I had. But ,I'm going will be nice when it's finished. attended and modeled in the Eternal 'separation from God. Mrs. Kelly Oreenson, trea
and
In Shopping.
Drive
Review at the Alachua The New Way To Do Your
were captured. Tuesday evening.: after them again soon as I can. So. "More power to 'em! Dress But he will give us Eternal surer. ,'Easy'
So till next week "Goodbye, Johnson. County Home DemonstrationClub
Roy Griffin caught 6. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Life.
Roy caught his limit of 10 and good luck!' and Mrs. C. W. Johnson of Port last Wednesday.Mrs. If we'll Just give Him the nod. J[=" p-j DRIVE-IN SHOPPINGJust
Smith and Mrs.
H. T.
bass in 45 minutes: and Thursday 'St. Joe visited Mr. and Mrs. John 3:16: "" 1.. !'''' !' \

-he caught the limit In an r II Daryl Barrows last week. Ruby Wolfe. spent Sunday In God loved this old world: so I Drive-In ._ ______. We'll Do The Serving.
hour. These catches included an Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant Jacksonville.Fred much ,\)

8-pounder. and the rest aver- MELROSEBy ;spent the night with their son- and Vera Swearingen! Despite all the wrong we have _.. ( '
Jacksonvillewith
in
Sunday
spent (
aged 3 to 4'4 -
pounds. Roy guided done. S
Mr. tery were also purchased to( en Mrs. Fred Swearingen Sr.Fred's ""= r---- DOWLING
Bamberg Friday mornIng Joyce Rowe Though it surely broke His : .
:
large the' their '' '
: mother
cembery. ( ), and '' :
. '.
\ and they caught 7 Bass: --- '
,Lt SSSSSSSS rrrrrrrrflfl. Another Church building was daughter-in-law and her daugh- heart, ---=--- r ,.-. J Drive-In Curb Market & GroceriesNow
one 9-pounder and the rest
For a sacrifice, He gave up His r ,.,
completed In 1962. However, a ter, Linda and Tammy Lynn rrr .
averaged 2 to 3'4 pounds. Sat- [From Proceeding Page Son. ::; ..
building fund is steadily growing Swearlngen. Linda's husbandwas
urday. Roy fished with Mr. Losh John 1:12:
to construct a new sanctuary to on maneuvers at Camp offers this service in full line of groceriescold
a
and
Mr. Zook and they caught became
6 bass. Sunday morning Roy Rev. and Mrs. L. R. Brothersand better Church..meet the needs of the Blanding.Weekend guests of Mrs. Jo gift, r II.,., "' I.C cuts fro/en foods drinks beer ice cream

fished 30 minutes and caught 3 Barbara Reed Xinzer. Is confess all the wrong you've I :.' iit'j1J( '" -milk bread, pastries, etc.
From that group who met Strandberg were Dorothy, Sam. '
bass. 'one of them a six pound- Ministers.
from Eliam have 110 'years' ago, membership has and Charles Henry Butler. and done. "Hey now-you can't beat SWEET FJUUAWATERMELONS)

er.Shipman's been Robert Whitcomb. Francis grown from 15 to about 250, and Mark Jensen, of Ormond Beach. And ask Him to forgive and receive city hall v' know." & PEACHES.
Camp didn't have Thomas Him.
Herschel
for this ton Barring- the growth ccntlnues, as manyof Dr. and Mrs. O. S. Mclntlre of f0':::::::::ffffffff&fXff&ffffffffftfffffi:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: :: :
any names me week. and Tommy Odom. Then he will make you His son. LARGE EGGS DOZ. - 49c
the young people In the com Fitzgerald Ga., and Charles '\ ,
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However they did report that In 1926 another church build- Revelation 3:20: MATHEWS I;;
munity are members of the Louise Paulette Lee, Greg. and ; Peas
the Specs biting the ing He stands and knocks. Fresh Blackeyed
were on was built on the same block Church.. Paul Strandberg, all of Jackson- Behold ,
brush piles and the brds. Also. where the And if you'll just that
new church now open tj and
The Church has' been withouta ville. l WellDrilling I Okra Squash
that bream are being caught stands. A Pastwlum was pur- regular minister since Rev. Russ and Jean Pierce of door.
from their dock.Slim's chased in 1940. Five acres of He will come in and save you. :
Fink left last summer, but dedicated Gainesville visited me Chittys Melrose Fla. 8:::
Flsh-N-Stuff! had sever- land west of the present ceme- Then you'll wonder and worry ENTRANCE TO DRIVE-IN ON
members keep the prolarm Thursday night. Friday evening. ro more. ..: Phone 475-5101. ;::|;: WESTSIDE
active. ,
..
Rev. Melvin Hamel. mv Sunday Now that you've read this '
story.
Rev. Kermit Is serving Interim Myers Pumps I;;;:
as School teacher. Jake Miley and I 'sincerely hope you'll take ;
pastor.' my entire Sunday School Class !heed. :i: SERVICE 8::: OPEN 7A.M.- P.M.

FOR LEASESTANDARD All friends. ot the church are from Hampton Baptist Church And receive this precious gift :*;: and REPAIRS iJ ;;

Invited ceHTfcrate to attend services and came out for a cookout. of love. :.::::;::: ::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::: :::::::;:,:::::::::-==: 7 DAYS A WEEK
this anniversary with Sunday visitors at the Chltty'9 That all of us desperately need.
the members. Include: Mr. and Mrs. Rnrtrlv





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,, : ,; -' Top! Prices for Wrecked Cart.
24 Hour Wrecker Service

Fuel Oil
PHONE --

New Innerspringsand PUMPSNEW --1 V' :CUUM:: cleaners re- ;.- .- -' Tied Can -

CLASSIFIED AD RATES Box SpringsDrop ccr.C t o'tI:! $15 up. 10() different I George E. L; Rtm i Hwr. 101 N. Waldo
AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE_ 488-IMS
964-5132 UI A Card or Call sma: bards: to choose from.
Up to 15 word ____ 1.23 INSURANCE AGENCY
PALATKA EA 5-9 166 I Pirts & excellent repairs all
(Minimum charge)
MRS. PEGGY SHALLER Deep & Shallow Wells makes.: Watson's House of\ Auto Fire Hornet tvners I MUST SACRIFICE E. Laura -

Each word over 13 ? .07 "09 E. Adklns St. Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main Gaines- LIFE & ACCIDENT: I St. 2 bedrooms concrete
I Expert Service On vllle 376-7110. tfchg block. Low down payment balance -
Extra charge If not I Furniture Repaired I Keystone Heights 4734692MEIN $50 per month

paid In advance .___ .35 Upholstered & Refinished AH Makes DID YOU KNOW it's easy to BILL POWELL Broker

MATTRESSES REBUILT Plumbing Service own..a Lorgcnamp Home? 964-R464(;

COMING SOON Memorials, Resolution Starke Agent Phone 964-7061 Better built for P)rMa living. WANTED Men ctttage,

HASTINGS MATTRESS DURRANCE PUMP You: planr: or ours parents age over 21. Stalling
ADDING
7 cent per word Your lot or ours pay $295 month promotion opportunities MACHINE ROLLS.
AND Contact Bu-
& UPHOLSTERY WORKS SUPPLY CO.
: and regular Increases File Folders, complete line office -
fo-H
Mitchell. phone &64-
710 Lemon St. PaUtka I in 8 hour day!" 5 supple! -The Telegraph'
pay. ,
CARDS OF THANKS fq3! : p o BOX 238. Starke.
II I INSURANCEAT I t.f..... day week, sick leave vacation Phone 9646305.FURNITURE .
50 word or less --_- 3.CO state ;retirement. II interested
-. REDUCED RATES please) apply in Personne. Refinishing up-
Eacb word over 00 __ .07 r MARY AUTO. FIRE. BOAT : person holsteims: cabinet work, an-
JIMMY
MOORE'SSUN Manager, Sunland Training Cen-
i iI
DOYLE E. CONNER tiques restoied to their orlgL.al
-AlATCH INSURANCE AGENCY I ter. Gainesville, Fla. :-. Ii,,;:tlty.' Call C. E. Jackson,
An equal opportunity employer -
( t I OFFICIAL CARTER teh* SPORTSMOORE 1713; Madison St., Starke. Phone

INSPECTION STATION i -i-5370.. tfchg
Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30: P. AI. I BOAT :rOll

Except Saturday 8-12 Noon BAIRD YOUR MONEY ED WAINWRIGHT Lake! Front t Properties

PAINTS !Starke! Ph. 664-0791 AGENCYFor Acreases large and !small';
HILL'S
GARAGEKeystone
\ fOR MYSTERY Mobile Homes All Your I

Heights! Truck load discount prices Trailer Lots
NEW and USED Insurance NeedsSpecializing
Telephone 473-4165 102 K. Mrcwnlvv St. I Hunter Fish! -g Boats by Ca- in Homes, Businesses
MERCHANTS i 8-10-12' Wide
FOR RENT: TV sets baby Good Quality cci Craft 12' 14' $189.00 up. Mobile Home InsurancePh. i S. E. McKay

COMING IN beds. elec. guitars amplifiers, NEW I Reasonably Priced Starke 964-6818 II
refrigerators: day or week. DA-
HMER'S. 964-7923. 'tfchgSEWING Gainesville! 37R-785 B1C PENS. Ball Point Re, Realtor Appraisal ServiceKeystone

DoltYourselfSEAMLESS Serviced. Guaranteed and I fills. Bradford County Telegraph WANTED: Used WringerWasher. -I Hts. 473-4816
The Bradford County MACHINE-Cloaned. I Delivered In Starke Area Will pay cash or take in :
oiled and adjusted In
TELEGRAPHNationwide your NO EXTRA COST I, WANTED I trade on anything. DAHMER'S J SUMMER JOB
home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner re Relief Cook. Cool
pairs also. All work guaranteed. US 441 N. 4502 NW 1.1th: 1 salary, good working condlt 964-7923. tf-chg COLLEGE STUDENTFull

Dennis E. Phone Gainesville 378-2785 t ens. Apply Longhorn Restaurant -
Cogglna, 431- I WILL BUY: Used Appliances or Part Time
1428. 301 South.
tfchg
tfchg FLOORINGWE I Furniture, TV's Stereos, anything APPLY IN PERSON

SEWING MACHINES of value. DAHMER'S. TASTEE-FREEZ

iller Brown Largest, selections from which The Rancher REDUCE safe and fast with Go. 1 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
__ t. choose. Pfaff. Neccht Nelco. -
MAKE Bsse tablets and E.Vap "water Wanted. Restaurant.
Longhorn
New Home. & Universal. I
Inc.
REPAIR ALL MAKES. plls": Andrews Pharmacy. 301 South apply in person. tfchg

0' KEYS National Se'winMachne Near Livestock Market lOtp 6-26 I I have 2nd Mortgage Money

GainesvilleVaccinate FILING CABINETS. Type available. Call W. T. Penning-

will pay Volkswagen Co., Now For: writer Stands Desks. Chairs ton. 378-1005 Gainesville. Fla.
Horses Safes. Bradford County
MEN WANTED Laundry 611 W. University Av-. 378-1355 Sleeping Sick. 2tp 5-17
'New & Used Gainesville ness Cattle Blackleg Telegraph. !
workers Kitchen aids laborers -
EXTRA FINE Oak Pedestal
your bills when you can'tIf Sales Service 'WI cottage parents, watch- & Mai. Edema SINGER AUTOMATIC Tables Rebuilt Piano Fine Chi-

1 MI. North of The Mall man, cooks and clerks ground- No.:> 900 Retirement Soec'al'! Drenches & Vaccines CONSOLE MODEL | na Cabinets, and Antiques. -
GAINESVILLEFOR keeper truck driver. Five Prams bungalow 5 rooms Lowest Prices Sewing machine: Zigzags blind Carey's Florida Traders HI-

sickness!' or !injury left you disabled and out of I day week eight hour day.. bath. porch Newly stitches buttonholes decorates way 21 (iBlanding Blvd.), Orange

work could bills? Nationwide'a In. Ctate retirement vacations Nice fenced lot. Just $ .pall1td'l etc. Original price $300. Has a I Park. 2tchg 5-15
your
you pay
sick leave.If i
!Interested please TAKE: UP PAYMENTS: 1967 $64 balance or reliable parly I
come Protector Plan can provide you with a monthly SALE Concrete blockhouse apply in person Personnel No. 803 Cattle Ranch 80 rcr's i FI':r.rel' Family First, 2 bed- In this area can assume $8 mon- FOR SALE Dayliliea. Taylor

GASH income for one year, five years or, if you : 3 bedroom 1 bath cen- Manager. Sunland TrainIng close in. Rustic home Modern 1 r':m. front: kitchen. 12x56. thly payments. Will take older j & Russell My seedlings. Bring

Qualify for life. tral heat & air-conditioning. Cor- Center Gainesville. Fla. kitchen -pecans and'! fruit. Over Sl,60//) has been paid on this machine in trade. Phone COLLECT -I cortainer.: Katie Wimberly, 637

ner lot. Phone 964-5367. tfohg An equal opportunity employer. $35.SCO. Term.s.Strout coach. Make 2 payments and Jacksonville 353-1946 N. Walnut. 2tchg 5-15
The Nationwide Income Protector Plan
provides Realty nv-'ve in. -- Bonanza: Mobile night or day. Ask for Credit

protection for ALL these possibilities: STARLING tfchg Reg. Broker Homes. 44t N.W. 13th St.. Manager Will deliver, no obligation ment FURNISHED on Klngsley- garage Lake apart-for

2117 N. Tempi Ave. Gcl.-tivUle.: P 1606 Main Street.
:orl' 3724286.
Total disability!' due to accident rent. Nice for couple or bach-
FOR SALE: Slightly used Kim- Starke. Fla. 4tohg 5-13 Stohs 5-29
FARM SUPPLY elor. Phone 533-2301. tfch
Total disability due to sickness ball console piano; with bench. Ph. 961-6609

i* Partial disability due to accident $400 under floor price. Shownby I FOR RENT Furnished air. STERt-O CONSOLE COMBO FOR SALE 1964 Chevrolet 4
225 E. Andrews conditioned! bachelor Take up payments on 2monthold -
*, Accidental loss of limbs appointment only. Call 964- apartment door hardtop sedan. Air condi-
$50 month. beautiful Stereo Console,
RennezApt, 633 Me-
Phone 964-6067 6820. up tioning, power !steering auto
Accidental loss of sightSee CAMPER I Mahon. Phone 964-6279. tfchgFAYE'S like new. 4-speed record chang- matic transmission. New tires.
Lower Prices I er-combination radio. Balance
SUPER
STICK Vinyl Plastic I Above average condition. Priced
i- FABRICS. Hlway 301, (eve?, $67. or $9 per month. Phone:
,"'." I Vaccinate Now For: Letters & Numbers for Interiorand I :SALES 1'i ml. north of Waldo. Open COLLECT Jacksonville 353-1946 to sell at $895.00. See at Faul-
me today for details. Horses Sick- exterior use. All sizes. co Fri., Sat nights till kners Gulf Station on 301. Itp
i Sleeping: lors. Bradford 9. Sundays night} or day. Ask for Credit
County Telegraph -
ness Cattle Blackleg tf I 2920 Waldo Road 127. WeekdayS 96. TFchg Manager. Will deliver, no obli FOR RENT Clean 2 bedroom

BILL POWELL I Drenches & VaccinesAny ,:, Gainesville 376.0691 FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick gation. 1606 Main Street. furnished home on E. Weldon St.

I FOR SALE: Demming 3 4 HP I Authorized Dealer home. central heat and air Stch? 5-29 S6U per mo. Call 964-7582 or 511

Phone 9(51-6161( : ,1 one should be proud to shallow well pump; 1,500 gal. "Starcraft" "Dreamer" condItion. conveniently located. FOR RENT Office space ap- N, Church St. Itp
401 W. Madison! St. I per hour capacity. Phone 964- 'Wheel Camper" unfurnished. 323
f' live in this 3 bed room 1 bath N. Walnut St. prox. 810 sq. ft. 120 Lawrence
7627. I Travel Trailers Truck I
Starke Fla. up Inquire at ADDING MACHINES Man-
premises of Post :
dwelling with large living room,, or call Blvd. 1st building East
Campers Fold Downs Starke 964-7753 or 964-6491. O.'flce. Keystone. Apply Key- ual or electric. For !sale or
lots of closet space large kItchen FOR RENT: Attractively fur.
and dining area. Two lots nlS' ed, one-bedroom cottage N. SALES & SERVICE I tfch? stone Cleaners for key and de rent. Add. subtract credit bal-

on paved corner. Some appliances Walnut St. Phone 964-7831.: I BIG DUTCHMAN Poultry feeder tails. 2t 5-15 graph.ance.Bradford County Tele

drapes etc.. Seen by appointment. tf ch? for sale. E. L. Boyd. Sshenclc's Small unfurnished -
The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side A. J. Thomas. Realtor FOR RENT in Starke. Attractive FOR RENT -

Tel. 964-5701. FOR SALE 2 bedroom house, 3 bedroom home. Desirable lo- Corner. Waldo. 2tp 5-22 2 bedroom house conveniently Will keep children in my home
nice neighborhood' cation. Also apartments. W. H. located. Big Yard. 245 N. BaySt.
elec. FOR
range RENT
Unfurnished 3 hrly.. daily or wkly. Mns. Bryan.
tfchg I
SCHOOL TEACHERS: Want to refrlg. and gas heater. Phone Nollman. tfchg bedrom house Close in. $65 314 N. Church St. 2tp 5-22

rent at Kingsley Lake an unfurnished 964-5801.; 4tp 6-5 peP mo. 417 W. CaU St. Phone DISHWASHER Wanted. Long-
ATIONWIDEM 3 or 4 bedroom, 2-bath BUY, SELL. TRADE: Used 4751322. Melrose.
M C house. Wiling to lease on) year. FOR SALE Old heart pine Furniture Appliances, Toys\ tfchg horn Restaurant, 301 South.tfchg WANTED

ly basis. Must occupy by July house. Move or tear down. P. O. Tcols. Wimberly's Trading Water front lots at Little Lake .

:15. Please contact LennarJ RegIster. Box 70, Hampton. J. O. Adkins. Poet. 7434 Blanding. Blvd.. Sante Fe and at Hampton : LAYING FARM 10.000 Capacity -

Jr.. 200 N. Monroe St.. 2tp 5-22 Jacksonville. tfchg Lake. A. J. Thomas. Realtor. : mobile home. 13500. Ga Station Attendant -

Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Clinton Mies. 39056 4tchf 6-5 Starke. Florida._ Tel. 9645701.IF $3COO down. 700 ft. H inch pipe Full time. All fringe ben. I
'Nationwide Life Insurance Co. HELP WANTED Electrician HELP WANTED Male & Fe- Oc.( 9645056. ltp ef its, good hours, -rood. I
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. FOR SALE Kee 20"( push $3 per hr. Laboroura $:.25 per male. $1.60 hr.. 5 day week.Con- WE DON'T HAVE IT Pay call 782-9827 for

Home Office: Columbus Ohio mower, 3.5 Horsepower Clinton hr. to work In Jacksonville area. tact Florida Fryers Inc.. Hawthorne we'll ret It for )'00. Office '68 Mallbu Ford coupe. Tradefor Personal Interview ,

'Engine. Bicycle wheels on rear. Ace Enterprises Box 68. Ral- Rd.. Gainesville Fla. or Supplies, Furzllure, Equip late station wagon or email .

> Call 964-7475 .after 7 p.m. Itp ford phone 431-1000. Itchg call 378-1400. 4tchg 549 ment. Bradford County 6 cylinder oar 964-5096. Itp -
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