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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 22, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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$5.829> contract 'was let to

Turner Electric ''Co. of Jacksonville

,to irstall: a "ground

fault connection" At the city:
power plant. Here

City Council took the action

on ,advice of Engineer FrancesH.

Yeikes of Reynolds, Smith} ,

and Hills. The equipment Is '
Ii designed to protect power ,plant 7 Union Plans Lengthy
Hospital-
:: generators from breakdownsand .. ,- '. .
costly: repairs such as occurred

: last year' when' lightning> A Winner! Process

struck the plant. No Doctor In CountyUnion
Not nine-year-olds have
The Turner hid! was accepted: many
i or after R. H. and S re-negotiated savings accounts but Richard
Hall now has a $100 accountat /s SeenTwo
Yer-
an original bid of $10,835. County Is planning a
the First Federal Savings and opened his) office in Lake Butler
kes .said there mas' !some confusion but there
__ Loan Association. lie wo-i top new 25-bed hospital and practiced there until a few
over the jobs. electricianscan prize given at First Fed ral'laraTd are no physicians in the county.Dr. weeks ago Dr. Bolls said he men from the U. S.
cart piled high with free rood one recipient reaches the emd of the lineal perform. A switch gear of their new George Bolls who has! did not know where Dr. Salazar Corps of Engineers in
opening were
the county' commodity food distribution center at the Fairgrounds. Grocery boy firm, for Instance, is not allow- building on Madison: St/eet.: been practicing medicine In went when he left Lake Butler Bradford C aunty Tuesdayand
ed to run conduit.' Lake Butler for 15 years, an- Recovered from his Illness, :
Is CD Director Frank Wl.liams.; Richard could hardly reach
The city Is still seeking more nounced Tuesday that he Is Dr. Bolls began practicing Wednesday; gathering
the counter top to sign his name
than into the he holds above -
Commodity Program feet of North, Street In Reno. A passbook Wednesday afternoon and plans until Wednesday afternoon. report.
but he managed In a very
price 'has been received, from to move the first of next week. Meanwhile, Circuit Court Clerk
serious manner! Richard Is the On Oct 3 last :year tie: Bradford
Jack Co. rOf Gainesville. told The
Eageett Dr. Bolls Telegraphthat Robert Drlgger! said bids are
son of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney P. Ccunty Commission requested
he's been on 24 hour call expected to be let next month
City Clerk Merrill Edwards Hall of Hampton. 365 days a year and hasn't hada for the construction of the new \ a 'watershed:: drainage
Hugh Davis of Starke won a study. The resoniialssinje:: :: report
attempt nine
was Instructed to again vacation In years. hospital.
Is $50 savings account. $25 savings is the first step In that study:
Hunger FoughtIn to get a price from Co- The physician said he Is moving
by M.'s.
lumbia Paving Co. of Lake City accounts were won down state where he has If this! report( ,and subsequent
Both l-ms! .are presently work Frank Wolfred Jr. and Mrs. II. "a very attractive proposition Rainfall Hits reports ,are favorable and if

ing. in Starke.Councilman. M. Rlcharde, both IIf Starke. He said he will be practicing Corps headquarters. in Washington -

Neil Tucker, with a partner and will be able gives the nod far >a small

who proposed the Reno paving Woman Hit to have some time off. 1.7 Inches flood control project; in .the

Program HereBy project, !Said the !council willmeet AutoA "I'm mainly leaving for personal county, It would probably be

In special) session! as soon By reasons," he commented.In four years before construction:>

as the Columbia price Is ob Starke woman, Mrs. Dorothy Dr. Bolls' opinion. Lake For WeekRainfall would begin, according to Joe
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tained. is treatedat Butler can support'one doctor Goode, a Corps engineer.
William i, being
Linda Staab nut butter, eight pounds of rice, meals. In the only other action Tuesday the Medical Center in Gainesville and the doctor would receivean Purpose of the reconnaissance
TELEGRAPH REPORTER nine pounds of rolled oats six night, Col. James A. Grlf- sustained when Income. comparable to what Averaged 1.7 Inches report Is "to :determine:: 'whether' ::
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People Involved with the commodity for injuries
Hunger, which Is making pounds of grits three canned do that tit ''asked if the city could provide she was struck by a car at doctors receive in other cities.. In Bradford County during the there 'are enough benefits to justify -
program say and 'water service' to week from May ,12 until May 19at "
Headlines the chickens five of juice and sewer the cost, Ccode said
!! across nation, cans be- "I don't believe it could supporttwo
some of the food Is wasted 1:10: p.m. Tuesday( ;
j is-being. fought In Bradford five pints of corn syrup.If cause the people who receiveit I a. home he clans: to 'build on Mrs. Williams was walking doctors." :he said. 8 a.m., .according to Florida The proJet:: will contain .such

County (and 49 other Florida the recipients' are a bit baffled do not know how to prepareIt. Wilson: Road, cutslda the city south on the Old Lawtey Road The county was without a prac- Forest Service Headquarters, on Items as the fisablllty of making -
Counties about what to do with this limits. He said several' residentsare SR100west of Starke. Improvements 'to Alligator
) the
through distribution
ticing physician last year from
started she struck by car
This Is why CUBB when was a measuredat
of commodity foods. food they can turn to the this work. Interested In obtaining city driven by Issue Turner. who was< July until October when Dr. Amount of rainfall Creek, evaluation, ; lof flood: : damage
for the
!River tower
Each month The Telegraphpublishes Neighborhood Service Center service. Bolls closed King Memorial the New history, drainage characterIstics :
: accordingto
who south
Frank Williams oversees also heading: ,
McRae, who had talked pre- week was 1.5 inches; 1.1 lncihe.9Continued ,and' bridge openings.
short operated by CUBB Economic!
a story telling the program .said Katherine City Polios Lt. Pat Henry Hospital after becoming ill.\
the number of people who receive Agency. The Centers In all four Ness Is "doing a tremendous"Job viously to Griffin! !Said the .And Patrolman Joe Stivali. :In October Dr. J P. Salazar ( on Page 12)J
property Js 1,400 feet from the Report Is .scheduled for completion
these foods In the county- counties Clay. Union Bradford the and
usually 'between 1,400 and 1.500 Baker, are conducting demon- in educating people nearest .sewer connection and in June Good: said:!,
wasteIn
that there Is not as much
persons, or about 472 house strations on the preparations of estimated the cost of runninga "We don't 'always meet our
holds. commodity foods, distributing the program as many people line to 'that point:> at $3,000He sched,:!!:!." He said ,the t, : county:

Curious about the flesh and r/ecelpes/ providing transporta think."There people who explained that 'the only way ..e will be notified >of the outcomeof
are say "
blood attached to the statical. lion when It's an absolute necessity for a line to be ;run outside the report.
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the people are throwing It (the '-'
skeleton, this went and Informing people who the city: Is for the applicants 1I.
reporer "
food) out In the dump, Williams : If the reconnaissance reportIs :
out to of the are eligible but know to pay far toe entire cost
one exhibition nothingof
said. "I've been out to favorable, the Corps would
the Orle Wiggins, also \1 ,
buildings at the FairgroundsMonday program. Chairman
the dump and I haven't found then do a detailed project: report
Katherine Neff pointed out that. some people I. .
when the food was befog a nutritionist
When that the
any. we get reports engineer said. If this
distributed with the State Health Depart. within tits city :are without se.
people are throwing it out, we report were favorable, the report r
ment, Is also wer service. McRae stated
Commodity food working with (
program was check on it and usually find r. :...- would then be sent ID: Corps
begun In Bradford County about CUBB and is teaching people that the only sewer projects ; ; headquarters{ in Washington

four years ago. County Commissioner how to prepare well balanced '(Continued on ,Page. Four) planned ,are In the Reno area. ,? where the Ural, decision wouldbe

Zedra Hamilton explained : t made.
oil ,
why. "Before we started this 4c'4t

program, our (the commission ; "Of court, we'd have to; haveassurance

ers') grocery bill was running Low City Salaries : :: from the! county' as

about $150 a month." 34f r t the: sponscrlr agent, that:: it

He .said that people would I would participate," Goods::: pointed ::: -

come to the commissioners asking '. d ( out. The county:: owad: !: haveto
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for food and they would buy furnish: lands: proviia: :: for re-
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It for them. Hamilton pointedout : locatlors, operate and maintainthe

that only a few were being Draw Disatisfactionon prcjsct after: Its ccmjletlon:::

helped under the old system froa and make ..a cash contribution

and said the commodity program toward ccnsti:> action.

"Is one of the 'best thingsto
help the people." If Washington approved: : the
Hamilton .said he and Com1 Employees of the City of standby duty, he pointed out Utilities Swpt. Oscar Davis project and the county agreed

' :mission Chairman Dave Shuford Starke perennially are dissatIsfied City Clerk Merrill Edwards {has also] mentioned the dissatisfaction r to participate, there would:: still

!assurt the other commissioners with their salaries and said that two men in each department over salary' to the be the problem of cbtalnr; con.

that tile;' would oversee the the turnover Is high In most ; switch off standby Council several tones. He has struction funds{ Ooode: 831:1.::

program at i they are on the every department. duty on nights and, weekends. pointed out that employees can't r
Job when the commodities are Dissatisfaction on the pa "They're tied down 50 per cent be blamed for' leaving the city MayorHurst Cuts
distributed. 'S8U3 came to llg'ht' again at Kit of thfi* time." he said.: for higher paying jOlbe.Da.vis project would not ,bs: large
MAYOR CARL HURST (second from right) cuts ribbon olflcally opening the new
Here Is what distribution day sty Council meeting Tuesday! Since Thomas quit the Gas enough to require Congre3sr.al!::
issue told The Telegraph home of First Federal Savings & Loan Association on W. Madlr.sn. St. Directors and approval the county would:::
was like on May 19. Wading night? The specific con Department has only one employee
through files and empty car cerned working on standby: duty ; Bab Patterson, who Wednesday that an "excellent officers witnessing the ribbon cutting are (from left) John. A. Torotft. Ruby B. Johns, (have to get in line to wait for

tons, the people walked to the without:" remuneration other thin stays on standby fulltlme. The groundsman" Is leaving the S. G. Denmark, Cls'/ence' A. Roberts, B. F. Mlzell Jr., E. L. Matthews, and A. J. some mney::: from the Corps:> of

end of a long counter presented their regular salaries. The electric plant has three men on Electric Department: June '1. Thomas, Jr. Not pictured Is director Doyle Conner, of Tallahatser Engineer. i

their cards and signed the book. Telegraph has been told, however standby who switch off That employee makes $1.80 per Request for the Corps study
Then that the problem goes After Councilman P. T. NoUn hour with the city now.
,
as someone, reading the was made by the County Commission -
record for that particular house much d eer than! standby: pay.:, backed up McRae, .stating the Len RegisterTo Time following: the Septemberflood.
hold, called out the amounts, "A men dissatisfied with .hb men on standby "chould have A Clay Electric source ,told 99% Of The Sixteen Inches ,cf rain in

the workers placed them on the salary doesn't: produce: like he some type rot compensation," The Telegrajh" Wednesday' thata : Be Hampton a four day! period:> caused 54 families

counter.A does when he's happy," one Chairman Orle Wlsjlna' .appointed "grunt, or) groundsman can to evacuate :: :: homes
thelj-
family of one received: one City employee told The Telegraph a committee .to stady tie: situation : draw anywhere from $2,25 to Principal and damage estimates: ranged

pound each of dry beans, raisins and:! make ireccmmsndi-:: $3 per hour, depending on his It's Legal GasolineWhen from $130,000( to $200,000.

dry yellow split peas and Councilman Jimmy McRae tlons to the Council. He named experience.City Lennard Register, former

canned vegetables: four poundsof told the city fathers Tuesday McRae, chairman; /Nolin and linemen draw from $2 BHS football coach, wll returnto Victims:: of the flood: : began

butter, four pounds of cheese: night !he has been receiving Tucker. hour, supt. Davis. said. the Bradford County; School a motorist pulls into 'a county. .At the mobile lab Bob' requiting flood control mea-
one pint of corn syrup; two complaints from employees on But The Telegraph was told The$2.25 per REA .source, said Clay system as principal of Hampton service station says, "Fill it Boland chemist, and :'1. 'M. Van stares' before the: water had

pounds lard; one large can of standby duty. by an employee that the dissatisfaction Electric ..S first class: line. Elementary School effect- up," he assumes. ,what goes into Ness, lab technician, found that receded: and first met with the
meat; one canned chicken, four "If this man Is to be com. is broader: :from pays S3,09 to $4.13 per ive July 10. his car .Is pure unadultered three samples did net meet the Ccunty Commission! on Sept. 4.
and a half pounds of dry milk: celled: to stay within hearingof "It's a problem In and a large can of grapefruit a radio he should receive partments." hour. A Eeotrlc would draw pal at Hampton for the past His assumption is correct 99 sample of kerosene was off color In Octobr the county::: also
Juice. some kind cf compensation," Enxplsi I moral worsenedlast Clay two years will be transferredto took steps to clear same> weeks
per; cent of the time, accordingto and two samples! of gasoline
from $2.25 to 3.02 per: hour.!
: the Middle School In Starkeas In the county.
Every other month family of McRae said. year ,when' the Council the men iwho staff the mobile were contaminated: with water.

one also receives five pounds of He followed his statement by Tailed to grant employees a requested With the city's 'high turnover materials specialist In the gasoline and kerosene inspection Boland .said that sales are
corn meal. 10 pounds of flour telling ,the Council that one animal pay' Increase. library. CUBB Meeting
rate, Supt. Davis' says. It I la lab whlcb\ was In Bradford stopped immediately and the
two pounds of peanut butter, two man Colon Thomas, a Gas Department The employee pointed out that actually .serving IBS a training Register left BUS to become Schoolin County the 15th through the product ccnfljstaed in definite Change Announced
pounds of rice, three pounds of employee, has quit the ]living costs have gone up "about ground. The superintendent head coach at Bay High remained cases of violation of the law..
and
rolled oats and two pounds of city. Another man In a supervisory 10 per cent. ," the city's new pen said that perhaps: t the city could there Panama until City leaving to work on 21st.These men work out of Jack He said that the .state can prosecute Meeting time and place has

grits. capacity, is dissatisfied sion plan Is taking a five per afford to Fay' more to keep his Master's Degree In Elem- sonville and check ,all retail out. but seldom finds It been changed by the CUBU
A family of five received: five with the stand by arrangements cent cut from city pay checks, good men ,and:make Hup/ by not entary Administration at the lets for gasoline and kerosenein necessary because "we feel that Board of Directors.

pounds of beans six pounds of McRae said. andthe Federal surtax hit too. having to continually train new university In Clinton, Miss. a 16 county area twice a ;year. 99 per cent of the violations are May meeting: will be held

butter; eight pounds of cheese. The councilman warned his Tile pension play was installedIn men with the built-in Job .slowness His wife, Ernestine will The Department. of Agriculture caused. by accidents" and not Monday, the 26th. at 8 p.m. In
15 pounds of corn meal, 20 fellow board members the city lieu of a pay raise. Though and inefficiency. also teach In the Hampton Division ct Standards, has five because .someone is being de- the Starke Elementary School
Pounds of flour, six pounds of Is liable to lose several employees emplyeea like it, it does cut school. mobile labs covering the state. liberately dishonest. cafeteria
.
lard, four pounds of raisins, unless something la done to their salaries.' Davis said he talked' with
coach
During his tenure as During the week they were In Throughout the state, leas Cars. should be parked on the
,three pounds of split peas five correct the situation. The gas "Acbu'ally' we're living on Councilman MtiRae Wednesdayand here. Register led the Brad- Bradford County' C. 0. Floyd, than 1 per cent of the samples perking lot next to the football
cans of meat, 21H pounds'of electric, water and sewer departments close to 20 per cent less" the will meet with the committee ford Tornadoes to several Inspector, purchased 153 samples taken ore found to >"> "' aal. stadium.

drY- milk eight pounds of pea require that' men stay. employee stated on the standby pay Issue. Championship titles. from -43 outlets In the the chemist said.





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Party GivenAt Installs NewOfficers

I Of Open HouseMr. Alvarez Home MondayThe

WOMENGladys and Mrs. Elbert NcUlpt PTA
I Starke Elementary
were :honored at "open house-"** lucky Alvarez who was four
Sunday afternoon at their new yeans: old, and his brother! hold its final meeting of the

_ ; >: home on Lester Johns Road Randy, who was three, with cars and Installation of atfthe
night
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given by 'Mrs J. T. Richardson. birthdays that fell two weeks
Cafe toriurn.
Miss Mrs Wyman Harris, Mis.! Mike apart, celebrated the double
EppersonIs Connie Clark Installed the
Gllhooly Mrs Blaine Thompson occasion Sunday ''afternoon when
ComplimentedAt a.. Mrs. Thomas Moore Mrs./ their parents Mr. and Mrs.O. following officers Wolfred: president firstvicepresident ,
Mrs. G. F.
New officers Installed at list week's May Breakfast (from Edward Pftester. Mrs John O. R. Alvarez Jr.. gave a party Mrs.;Vernon
PartiesMiss left): Mrs. Hazel Ritch, Mrs Sapp and Miss Sharon Thorn for ,them At their home on Bay-
M. A. Baldwin Jr., Mr Fate Reddish; second vicepresident
9+Y Brown. Miss Delia Rosrnberu Mrs. Oils While Jr.. and Mrs ton.Guests less Highway.The Mrs. Mary Jo Evans;
were met at the door 20 youngsters :played
Sally Ann Warren Winkler Mrs Bill Jenkins third vice-president, Mrs Wil-
Epperson, (right)
whose marriage to Tom Whis- was Installing officer. by Mrs. John Sapp and, after games in the yard and prizes liam Patray; treasurer, Mrs.
the guest book, were awarded. Refreshmentswere
signing were
Leroy Jackson; secretary,
enhunt will be an event of Sat-
taken on a tour of the new served inside the house Mrs. William Chambers.
urday, May 31. at 7 p.m. In
the First Presbyterian Church home which was decorated where yellow] roses were usedIn Connie Clark Installed the

1 has been feted at several par- ers and potted plants Gifts were decorating The refreshment A musical program "The
ties In the past week. throughout with seasonal flow- table was covered with a white History and Growth of the United -
Tuesday night of last week on display in the guest room linen cloth and centered: with ,a States" was presentedby
Miss Epperson was honor guestat where the tables were arrangedin birthday cake shaped like a party given by Mrs. Ed- a XT-shape and covered with guitar and decorated in yellow Mrs. Mona Canova.
win Williams, Mrs. John Arthur pink cloths. and green. Principal Charles Francis
Reddish, and Mrs. George Guests were then Invited Into Assisting: In serving were Mrs. presented physical fitness certificates -
Kopelousos at the home of the the kichen for sandwiches and Alverez' mother, Mrs J. G. to 18 students for out-
Mr. and Mrs. Powell HonoredOn former. ': .Mi snacks, and on Into the dining Jackson, and sister Mrs. Don standing achievements.
Golden Arrangements of pink and :f & room where the refreshment Ray Tllley of Jacksonville. Harold Young, fifth grader
Wedding Anniversary white chrysanthemums and ;. talble was overlaid with a croch- was awarded a plaque for being -
pompoms were used In the par- ,I eted cloth. At one end of the champion speller of Starke
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Mr. and Mrs. Luther G. marked the seating arrange- ty rooms. The refreshmenttable table was a cake decorated In Elementary.
Powell were honored at a ment for the fifty; guests. At was covered with a white green pink and white and top- Following the meeting refreshments
dinner party Monday nightat each place setting were favors cutwork cloth and centered with ".. I ped with a miniature house and were served by
the Garden Restaurant on of gold baskets holding candy an arrangement of the same flo- i J an inscription which read ""God Mrs. Gene Tanner and Mrs.

their Golden Wedding anniver- mints decorated with rosebuds.Rev. wers In a silver container. ... 7 ,i", Bless Our Home." The cake was George Pierce.Birthday .
sary. Hosts were their nep- W. A Hogan returned Mrs. Reddish presided at the \ : _. served by Mrs. Thompson and

hew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.J. thanks, and Mr. McClane gavea punch bowl.Greeting. ? ii Mrs. Richardson. Centering the
Huston McClane of Green toast to the honored couple. guests at the door .i table was a three-branch silver ,r Party
Bay WIs. Mrs. Powell wore a gold were Mrs. Williams, the hon- candelabra with white tapers. For Mrs.
Centering the head table wasa silk crepe, self-embroidered, oree, her mother, Mrs. W. J. a Greek traditional dance at the May Breakfast Silver compotes held nuts and t StumpMrs.
three-tiered cake jacket dress for the occasion, Epperson, and Mrs. Kopelousos. c -:-, --
wedding were (from left): Amy BlaJork, Joe Cox, Dianne Gaskins, Stella mints At the other end of the F. F. Stump was hon-
decorated In white and gold anc complemented with a gold or-
table was a crystal punch bowl
ored at
chid The hostesses presented the Ifazen, and Jimiry Akridge.Woman's a party Wednesday af-
flanked by arrangements of gold corsage. encircled with red
roses, white ternoon. May 14, on her 83rd
The hosts the ho- honoree with a and the
mums and white carnations. presented corsage
Club Installs OfficersAt blossoms and greenery. Mrs.Harrl.s birthday anniversary, given by
Down the length of the side nored couple with a book of butter dish to her chosen china
and Mrs. her
Gilhooly presided daughter, Mis s Lillian
tables were garlands of green- poems, "To Love and ToCherish" pattern. Annual May Breakfast at the punch bowl. Assist- Stump.

ery Interspersed with gold pom- as a memento of Assisting In serving were ing in the kitchen was Mike Seasonal flowers were usedIn
poms. Anniversary place cards the occasion. Misses Jeannlne Gay and "Challenge the Future Following the program, Mrs. Gllhooly. the Stump home on Bessent
Donna Nelson. Cherish the Past" was the Jenkins installed the following The hostesses presented the Road for the occasion. The
theme for the annual officers: Miss Delia Rosen-
May
JuniorSeniorProm :honorees with a Victorian style refreshment table was covered
Janice Hamilton On Saturday morning MrsH. Breakfast of the Starke Wo- berg president; Mrs. Warren lamp as a memento of the oc- with a white cutwork cloth and
Has Features C. Brown and Mrs. T. G. man's Club held Wednesday of winkler 1st vice president; casion. PrescottThorntonEngagement centered with a pyramid arr-
Birthday PartyLittle Ritch last week at 12 Mrs. Olin White Jr., 2nd vice
noon.
Space ThemeThe gave a Coca-Cola party Two hundred and fifty friends angement of yellow roses and
for Miss Epperson at the The auditorium where mem- president; Mrs. Fate Brown were invited to call Told leather leaf fern Mrs. Da-
Hamilton celebrated during the
Janice Ritch home on Bessent Road. bers and guests were seated, recording secretary; Mrs. Hazel vid Montgomery presided at
her first birthday Sun- theme"Space Odyssey," Yellow and bronze pompomsand was decorated with arrange- Ritch, corresponding sec- clock.party hours three to five o' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott, the punch bowl and Mrs. J. W.
-day Afternoon when her patents was used in the decorations for day lilies were used in the ments of roses and spring flo retary; and Mrs. M. A. Bald- of Brooker, announce the engagement Ritch cut the birthday; cake.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton, the 1969 Junior-Senior Prom party rooms. The Coca-Cola wers. Mrs. V. J. Spongier win Jr., treasurer. and approaching mar Mrs. R. D. Burch assisted In
gave a party fox. her which Included held Saturday night In the new table was covered with a gold third vice-president, was in Approximately 100 membersand riage of their daughter, Kathy serving.
members of the family National Guard .Armory from linen cloth and centered with charge of decorating. guests attended the break- a P to Russell Thornton, son of
and np.1Ifhbors.l< 8 till 12 o'clock: an arrangement of gold and Mrs R. V, Turner greeted fast, which was in charge of : the late Mr. and Mrs. Ollle

Her grandfather,SherrOd Hamilton As the couples entered the bronze pompoms. Mrs. R. V. guests at the door and pre- Mrs. A. G. Loudon, social Thornton. SERVICE SCHEDUI.E
took movies .of Janice main door which was decorated Turner and Miss Jan Ritch sented them to the receiving chairman, and Mrs. T. F. Miss Prescott is a juniorat
taking her first steps in her with blue and white tinsel, they assisted In s rv1ng. line composed of the officers Howell Brad ord High School. CATHOLIC CHURCHESST.
Bikini bathing suit, a gift from were handed a memory book The hostesses presented the of the senior club, the pres- Bradford County Hospital Mr. Thornton is serving with
her parents. by the prom servers as a remembrance honoree with a baking dish In ident of the Little Women's announces the following the U. S. Army at Fort Gor- EDWARD'S. Starke: sunday
The refreshment table was. of the affair. her chosen china pattern as a Club, Miss Evelyn Sinclair, and Beta Sigma Phi births: don, Ga. Mass 9:15: a.m. Then

centered ,with a spring floral The prom servers were attir- memento of the occasion. her mother,Mrs.ClydeSinclair To Meet Mr. and Mrs. John Phillip day Mass, 6:30 p.m. Miraculous .
arrangement and two birthday ed in pastel satin costumes resembling and Mrs. Bill Jenkins, dis- MondayBeta Steyer Starke, a son, John Copeland-Dukes Medal Novena, sat,'
Martians. They were: Saturday night Mrs. Thomas trict IV director of Jackson- urday, 7
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cakes decorated In green and Phi Phillip Steyer Jr., May 18. p.m. Confessions,
Debra Prevatt, Ann Terwillegar L. Casey Jr. ville. Sigma Sorority will Engagement ToldMrs.
yellow were placed .at each Mrs. Lester T. hold S p.m. and 7 p.m.
1U
June Hardy Sharen Howell Crews Punch was served precedingthe last metingbefore summer
Mrs. R. G. Paterson Mr. and Mrs. ST. WILLIAM'S, Keystone
end.Assisting Pam Perry Linda Dees and breakfast by members of vacation Monday, May 26, Roger Dale .
Mrs. Jean Roberts Mildred Copeland, of Heights
a Johns
In serving Jan- gave Melrose : Sunday
were at 8 a son, Roger Mass 9am.
the Little p.m. In the home of Mrs.Robert
Denise Winkler Women's
Ice's grandmother, Mrs. Sher- Nancy Cowling, bridal shower for Miss Epperson Club. Mrs. Dale Johns Jr., May 14. Starke, announces the engage- Wednesday Mass and
rod Hamilton and Mrs. N. B. Lavern Outlaw, Douglas at the Roberts home on N. Lenore Foster, devotional Barksdale, 636 W. Madi- ment of her daughter, Mary, to Novena. 7
Brown, Ernie Trlest, Mike Myrtle Street. chairman, gave the invocation, son Street. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred John William H. Dukes, Sr., son of ST. p.m.
Rosier, .and Mrs. John Harold Smith, Walter Prevatt, Marty Gifts were displayed on a table followed by the flag salute. Mrs. David Bennett will serve Musgrove, Starke. a son, Henry Mr. and Mrs. William H. Dukes, l MARY'S. Micclermys
Andrews. Meng, Dean Johns, and Tim overlaid with a white lace Mrs Guy Sale, mistress of lea co-hostess. Dean, May 17. of Jacksonville. Sunday Mass, 11:34) a.m.
Murphy.The ceremonies presented Miss
cloth and centered with Hallmark
long tables where the sprinkler flanked a by bud- Delia Rosenberg, president, ............ .... .... .- -
juests were seated, were covered vases holding white gladioli. who gave the address of welcome -
with white cloths and In the living room the mantle Mrs. Sale then presen-
decorated at the edges with held a fan-shaped arrangementof ted the past presidents, : Mrs.W. .
f
blue and white ringlets. At white gladioli. The refresh- E, MIddleton, Mrs. K. G.
Intervals down the length of ment table was covered with a Duncan, Mrs. H. C. Ritch,
the tables were candle holders< lace cloth and centered withan Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs.R. i
resembling rockets with silver arrangement of yellow 1'0- A. Green, Mrs. J. W. Kin- '
candles. caid, Mrs. C. J. Houpt, and
Above the band stand was ses.The Mrs. Guy Sale. The oldest Terwillegar
written the words "Space O- hostesses presented the past president and oldest club
dyssey" In blue and silver. A- honoree with a sheet and pillow member, Mrs. Midd'eton, was
kr
round the stand was written case set as a memento of presented with a gift.
Junior-Senior Prom 1969 In the occasion. Members of the Little Wo MotorsDEMONSTRATOR
blue and white. Providing music men's Club, the Junior Woman's \
for dancing was the Rowe GriffisPadgettMr. Club and their sponsors, and
Brothers band.A the outgoing officers of the i
room was provided for and Mrs. Eugene Grif- Senior club and guests were
t taking pictures of the couplesIn fis of Lake Butler announce the recognized."The .
8 their formal attire. Decorating approaching marriage of Mr. Harbingers," a musi- ;
L-1- the room walls wore Grlffls' sister, Miss Jannie cal group directed by William SALE
silver stars angel hair and Grlffls. to Cecil Padgett, son George, sang several numbers ,
tinsel, with Stardust on the of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pad- and a Greek traditional dance
Griffis-CIark floor. gett of Starke. The wedding directed by Mrs. P. G. Felos
The long refreshment table will take place Friday May was presented. The dancers i

Mr. .end Mrs. Woodrow D. held three punch bowls, snacks, 23 at 7:30 p. m. In Bayless wore authentic Greek cos-
Griffis announce the approaching dips and sandwiches. Decor- Highway Baptist Church. tumes.
ating the table rocket
marriage of their daughter, wore
candle holders with white ta-
Eleanor Marie, to Robert War-

rtaer Clarke, son of Mrs. Ran- pers.Serving as chaperones were 30' ALL PORCELAINMAGIC J qS PICKUP JL.T.D. Fordor
dolph
M. of
Clarke Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier
and the late Mr. Clarke.
Mr. and Mrs. George Loper CHEFRANGE
The wedding will take placeon Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Warren -
June 21 at 7 p.m. in tie Mad- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 429 Engine
300
ison street Baptist Chorch. (6) Engine
Patz, Mrs. Joseph Glssy, Mrs. AutomaticOverdrive
Friends and (relatives 'are Invit F, W, Strickland, Mrs. F. W. Custom Cab I
ed. Graudon, and Ma). Robert W. Full Power
TenEick. Radio & Heater Air Condition I

WynnMosleyThe Factory Warranty Tinted Glass Factory Warranty Brougham Trim

Grille Guard Tinted Glass
marriage of Miss Pat Garden Club I l 22,000 Miles 6 ply tires & tubes 6,200 Miles Rear Speakers

Wynn to Jimmy Mosley will To Meet MondayThe 1\\\;\ \\or: Radio & Heater !

be solemnized at 8 p. m. Sat- ,
urday, May 24, in Grace Bap- I
'will
Starke Garden Club II
tist Church. ., 1 I
meet at 6:30: p.m. Monday at the I I
Kingsley. Lake home of Mrs = .c
Maxie Carter Sr.

I Florist Jeannie will demonstrate Bigg of Jeannle'a corsage' ; rt 3 Galaxie 500

rl';; ) making. After A covered dish; [, rr Jorino G.T.-HT

supper, .A corsage workshop Fordor .
will be held. (Members should
bring their own material to work

BYNANCY'S with.Visitors interested In attending 351 V-8 Engine I"

FLOWERSTHE may contact a Garden Glut r Cruisomatic Cruisomatic

COSMETIC member. Full Power Full Power

FLOWER!! Air Conditioned Air
1 MAGIC CHEF Factory Warranty Conditioned*
The Irla is a very Important Stork Shower Factory Warranty Tinted Glass Wide Oval Tires
source of cosmetics in Japan White Tires
11,500 Miles Tinted
There it U used quite often. Tht For, Mrs. Moody Automatic 2,400 Miles Body Side Mouldings Radio &Glass
Heater
I roots of the irU Radio & Heater
I are ground Ink (Mrs. Mark Moody 'was honor X144.50
} a fine white pow. ed ,at a stork shower last Thursday Throughout >

I der, .and thla evening given by Mis. Char
powder U appll- lea C. Johns and Mrs. :Donalc
B. Bagwell at the home of tht ,
} ed Quite heavily
Ion the faces olJ latter on S. Cherry Street. No Down Payment

1 J the women. We'. Ths 20 guests enjoyed: i a game '

? Illy ve aU seen pic with the prize being .awardedto $10 PER MONTHFree ALL DEMONSTRATORS
'turea of "white Mrs. Robert Barksdale. HAVE NEW CAR TITLES
I", faced" Japanese girls In lovely The refreshment' table was [
', Oriental covered with a lace cutwork
: ; costume. They simply
..'. have coated their faces with UM loth and centered with a stork Delivery & InstallationUP WITH FACTORY WARRANTY
:'.7 finely ground roots of the encircled with yellow and white
.... mon Irla.a coat,I spring :flowers. TO 10 FT. OF LINE

::' We think: there are better uses The hostesses presented the
".
..: for these lovely flowers. No arrangement honoree 'with a diaper bag and ,
.':..:. U quite complete baby sheets as a memento of

:-:. without the stately Iris standing the occasion. .

in their midst. Assisting serving were Mrs, SLADE GAS :332 W. MADISON ...... ........................ ..... ..... ......
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Call us-we can supply any Henry G. Morrison and (Mrs PHONE 964.7701 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... Terwillegar Ford

.. lovely arrangement ycu desire Mike Richardson. -
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Mr. 'and Mre. I. IT. fltaytar! ( otFitzgerald. -


[= ;;jij; ==:J JMr. Goldwire.Mr.nests( and of. )Mr..Mrs.G'*and. John were:Mrs.Reeves mneekerjd Gilbert.!. of & .':.


California who have been guests WMA.faSxx 1OLIR SNVEI41IOI'&? .
of Mrs. J. E. Wilson for ten
days, left Saturday for. Fort ;
and Mrs. One Wigging l Mr. 'and Mrs. L. T. Hughs ton Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tilley (Lowterdale' ( where they will ._ Jt/\r'E.___ WEFIE-:BUT ::)-'--- '
visited Mr. Wiggin's mother. :jf Greensboro, S. C. were Sunday and Mrs. Nancy Coulter were In make 'their 'home. Mrs. Reeves %_ IT CAN'T BE. \BuY ,oul
Mrs. Ida Wiggins In Jacksonville evening guest of Mr. and Eau Gallie Saturday to visit Mr. will be remembered oas the for :% VE BE.BHTHROUGH VEN1ED-1LI \ CA -
and Mrs. Edgar. Gunter. Mrs.NlU'lcy PATENT 'F LOANG THAT NsC. w-4ERE
on Sunday.Lt. Mrs. F. B. Beard. mer Mrs. Virginia\ Smith of AIR
Gunter remained for OFFICE \ T=EELIM& EVERY / V\IE.I>O
and Mrs. Robert Bush, Carl Wynn underwent surgery several days. Starke. N. EVER $NCE. X... CUSTOMER GETSXNNT>, :.;
Powell of Newton .
George
OU6HT" "
who 'have been transferred from last Friday in the Baptist Me- CJ 'w'o WONT -
morial C. spent several days' last week NEW (;;AR.'A"'f" \T7-------- y
Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas NEED
California to Cecil Field with
H. SIR.ARE..
(: J.
with his sister Mrs.
the Seabees, 'are visiting Mr. Mrs. W. B. Exley] and Mrs. James Barron and Mr. Edith Exley .of Jacksonville wel'elast Neely in Lake City .on Sunday. Mrs.Fields.Harold They Ford visited in their Cocoa sister.'while / X MXXVt x >
and Mrs. R. V. Turner this Thursday! guests: cf Mr. and Mrs. Aldrey Rummel .of Val- !he was here. Lw''L
week. Mrs. Kenneth Grider. They were :rico spent last week with her Mr. and 'Mrs. George K. ..... ,...
joined fci- lunch by Mrs. Paul son-in-law and daughter, Mr Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. John
Marvin F. Hazen underwent
: ,
Maurice Wing-ate
surgery Medical Tuesday Center.in ;the Gainesville and Bridges Mrs.Mrs.Harry Tison .and son Rummel and Mrs. joined Mack; M.them McRae.over Mr.the guests Adams.of of Mrs.Orlando J. E.were;Wilson.Sunday j.X-:;::;::<:<:*<:<:,<:,<:KXrc*:::,*:,:>::>::w::;*:>::XWJSiiii::::::::::::::::::::::::::%:::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;.:.;.:;:;:;-:.;.:;:;:;:;.:.:;.:;;:.:.-:..;:.;-:::::::::::::::::;:::::-:::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:::::::::::;::::::::::::::..::..::.:..:.::.:.;..;:.:.:..::.:::.:::.;:..::;:.::.:.:.;:.;:;:.;:;:.;:;:.;:;:.;:.;:. :.:;.:;.;:.::.::.:;.::.::.::.:;.:;.::.:::::::;::::::mvm:::::;:;:: : ,:>:

of Staxke. weekend Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Williams r-
of N. Church Street are moving
into the W. O. Halle .house on
W. Call next week, 'which they L 1
have purchased. I I Announcing I

Compare And Save Miss. Kathy was. weekend Slueddan guests of Jacksonville of-

Wayne Blankenship 'and Mr. .

When You Miss and Mrs.. Mrs.Patty-W.Edwin Hamilton D. WIllLama.Hamilton or Orlando and I II.
Buy Quality
Mrs.. the $2 09400
Miss Fred Thomson Evelyn and Thomson Mrs. W. H. :::::: 1 illSxj;: : '

Thomson of Mooitlcello and Mrs. R E'm
J. W. Griffin of Ochlochnee.
WESTINGHOUSE Ga. will be weekend guests. of :
;
F. F. Stump 'and Miss! Lillian *. m. (Freight
Mrs. ....... Included :
Still "builds them like they used to! :
Stump. ::::: : In Price I ) :;:;:;:: .
Mr. Gainesville. are renting Mrs. I
Westinghouse 2-Speed Heavy Duty Arlen McKnight's home .on W. mIt
Madison Street. Mr. MaQnar Is u. I
Technician at Florida State

Automatic Washer Prison.:Mrs. J. R. Walnwrtglht Is 'visit 100 I 4 Door Sedan
Ing Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw inTallahassee
.from Monday to :

,-.1 Thursday.Carlton, Faullc" of Jacksonville' I

!I I?... (I) spent the weekend with his! II 6 Cylinder
kIt = grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. III
: : Maxie Carter Sr. 1 1 1 1 1 1 :
.,... ., .Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ohastaln StandardTransmission d
Jr. of Starke. and Mr. and .Mrs.
: Capacity-for bfjBig, Heavy Duty Jerry Williams of Gainesville r 1: 1 1r
tflflEfUt .Jn11 gest wash loads. Transmission witnessed the Apollo 10 launching ,
IttI-I14t Gets all your wash Gives you the ex- ;from New Symrma Beach : 1 1 r11I
tI-ff clean, regardless of tra power you need
I4itl1t* load size. for the big jobs on Sunday.
t4141tt1; such as draperies, Mrs. Roy Clemons, Mr. and
:::::::: ::::-::-: :::: : : :::: I.::: ::
and Mr. 'and
t bedspreads oritiag Mrs. B. J. Mills !l1fu-WWiifl\ltW.ii.HiiiHH@m! \ MiWW! m llIma .
rugs. Mrs. Eugene Norman were In .
$19 1 9 :::::::: :::::: .J. ""'). ::::::::
Tampa Sunday\ visiting Mrs. R. : ?' '
L. Clemens. :1111111 111jjj 1j1jJ
Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. Covlngrton r
.1 attended the Amerioan Medical : m 1 We happy that Eston I. li t j
(Association. meeting in Miami .... are to announce Jordan -
NO DOWN PAYMENT from Friday. to Tuesday.Mrs. 1m::::::;: '::;::::::::: Long time residence of Starke an d.ftit::::::;:

I1 $10 PER MONTH Tom, of.. Mark Lake City Mack were and Sunday son, m: Bradford County is associated as salesman .tm.
Iifl4f Unt Filter and Water guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. ::::::: :::::::: with Starke I Inc New ::::::::
Chrysler Plymouth
Recirculation System- Oaldwell..Terry 1I;:;;: 1::1;:: ;;:;:
.
:::: :::: :'':'
ItL Wash circulated and rinse again water and is and Jimmy Yawn droveto :::::::: :&:;:;8:;: and Used Car Dept H.invites his many ,j ;:;;:::

.again. through assures the lint-frea filter the Tltusville Apollo 10 Sunday launching.Dr. to. witness 11 1 !; friends and former customers to let him 1 f

clothes.1 t assist them in selecting their next new or n\
and Mrs. D. W. Whlffen ::;:;:; :::::::: .... ::::?:
I 3 Position Automatic Water Saver ,have .as guests Mrs. Reva W hit- :..;..:..;..:..;...:.. :1:: :;:: a used car. s..;:... "";$. .;.':.;.;:..'1 '' ........ -. ,..;. .:.:*..:.;..:.:.:.
Texas lor : .:... .- ::::
ban Anjsli: '; = \ .
fan ol :
: -
.a Big Heavy Duty Transmission Porcelain ':.'.:':' :::: '.' : lq-t5 ::::
GW Enamel' Tub Clothes Guard At .several weeks and Miss Cnrista ::....::..;:.. :.:.:.::...:.:..; ... .;;'. I:::::
I Joellenbeck ollVl.IamlGr several :::: :;::: .' : :
Top Of Tub Automatic Safety Lid ; gr/J ri'iF m
Lock days.Mr. ..lli1M:: :::: i& : ;j! ..v.vII
and Mrs.. Wilbur Watkins K@lf.iiimMHifiiif.KtfifjJf.jw.WrmK@W&r&: @!

1- .::. .,.. _..sc,. .,,; _..'... ..4t.. .of Sarasota were last Wednesday and-
overnight guests! of Mi'
i FROST FREE Mrs. H. A. Lawson.Mr. .
VALUE RATED USED CARS I
: and Mrs. K.: D.Tenly !were
"SIDE BY SIDE" in Reids vine, Ga. >over the 1
!' Mrs. Tenly'a, i
weekend visiting
REFRIGERATORFREEZER GlenvUle brother, W.Hospital R. Walters, and: in'also the m 1 1960 Pontiac Catalina 4 Door 1967 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Door 111 1j1 1j1I

Mrs..Walters.Mr. and Mrs.. C. S. Haddock: \\\I\ Sedan, V-8 Good, Automatic Trans., Power Car Steering Air Cond't V-8 Automatic Trans., Tinted 1 f

attended the Wilford-Sorensen 1:1::::1: Transportation Glass Power Brakes and Steering Extra Clean : :;::
wedding: in Mandarin Saturday ::::::;: Local One Owner Car ::;; ::
I Giant 19" Capacity $
night. $195-00
1jjj Ij j1
.a. W. Cato of Alachua is the ,
guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. :::::::: $2595-00 ::::::::

Ralelgii Col.! ;,and Brannen.Mrs. Rabert: M. At I j\1\ 1966 Chev. Impala 4 Door Hardtop jjj11

$344W.T. kins night of visitors Gainesville>of their were cousins Friday rm1 Power Steering, Air Cond't., V-8, Automatic 1967 Simca 4 Door Sedan \\j\11\

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hixon. : : Trans., Real Nice Car
I nt \\\
..c... .. .Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston Me- :::: 4 Speed Trans. Good Second Car
.='" Clane of Green Bay Wis. have It @\\1
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. $1 59S 00 00 1m
NO DOWN PAYMENT Gecrge Flynn Sr. the past two ffi $495-

_ W $12.50 PER MO. weeks.Mrs. R. T. Hips of Waycross ::;::: ;:::::;:
Ga. spent .several days: last \! 1963 Jeep Station Wagon 1I 1
I week with her son-in-law and 1967 Ford Fairlane GTA V-8
I
daughter Mr. and :Mrs. A. S. 1r 1 6 Passenger 4 Wheel Drive, Runs Real Good 1 t

,, Harrison.Mr. 1 ;1: Power) Steering, Air Cond't, Auto. Trans., 1 t
FROST FREE and Mrs. Comer Perry-, :::;::::: $; 00 Bucket Seats, Dark Green, Extra Clean ;;::::::
man and! son >of Jacksonville -
I 1 1 ::;;:
spent the weekend with 'Mrs. m

I Adjustable Shelves! ._- E.Miss K. Perryman.Maria Moore was Initat- 11 11 1 $2195-00 1111!!!!

ed into 'the ;Fill Beta Kappa ::::;::: 1968 Chev. Bel-Air 1 6 Cyl. _, _ ::::::::
sorority ot FSU Monday night'
and attended the banquet after- f\m\ Power Steering Radio Less Than 2,000 Miles mm
ward3. 1m; 1965 Ford LTD 4 Door 1ii1:;

$26950W.T. Mrs.is Mary visiting Llnderman her son-in-law of Pedro m@:; $$22 95 00 Air Cond't t Power Steering and Brakes, V-8 VfAV.V 1 1 1

and daughter. Mr. and: .Mrs. M. ::::::: I Auto. Trans., Looks And Drives Extra Nice .:::::::

L. Prcctor this week. j\j\j\\ 1 :i1j j
Mr. add Mrs. Barney McRae
and Dr. Barney McRas Jr. and $1495-00
witnessed j1 1965 Rambler Station Wagon ;t11
NO DOWN PAYMENT sens:; of Lake City mm .
ths launching of Apollo 10 at. :::: ::::::
Titusvllle on Sunday. 1 1 i 6 Cylinder, 6 Passenger, Air Cond't 1J:;
$1OPERMONTH :;:::: ::;::::
Kathy Glllingham. of Jacksonville :::;::: 1962 Chevy II
spent the weekend with.her :::::: $695-00 $195.00 :II::::::
grandparents, Mr. ar.d Mrs. 1 ;;i: Standard Transmission ::::

GUY Mr.Sale.and Mrs. David Long .of mi illlI1!!
Orlando were weekend 'VIsitorsof
Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long. STARKE

Miss Jayne Hardy of Tilt College
Paul Prater .of the
and
VISIT OUR SHOWROOM AND CHOOSE FROM .
University of Georgia 'were visIting M
Mr. and:. Mrs. J. E. Hardy =!$:
) OVER 50 MODELS AND COLORS over the weekend.. m

Mr. and Mra. Emory Hudsonof :m 83 CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
Miami are !guests- this week;
.of Mr and Mrs. M. B. Jordan. m
:.::.::.:: ::.:.:.:.:.
::
SLADE GAS Local admittances to Bradford ;::: i
County Hospital this week include ;m: AUTHORIZED DEALER 0 CHRYSLER :
: Mary Louise Taylor. :::: MOTORS CORPORATION
Raiford: John L. Ward Hampton -
; Georga Valldejuli Mrs. M
rn
AND APPLIANCES Mattye C. Sargent and :Dwayne M ii
1. K. McGee, Keystone Holjhts; P
;IXI::: Phone 964-6600
Mrs. Barbara .1. Jones. Mrs. : .i U S. 301 North
>:
1" ::::: ::::.
Lena E. Carroll Hoyt M. Mann ...
.... .
332 W. Madison St. PhOne :
964-7701 and Walter Grlgjs. Lake But- :
I ler; and Mrs. Marlon Z. Sullivan J 1 Our Service Department Is Open tntlI1:30: P.M. Tuea. & Thurs, Closed Saturday

Edwin: Mrs.L. Sally Smith 1\.. Starke.Bellamy, and .iilililiifi: E lililiii1i1 1i1i1ii 1 1i iiiiiii i1iiiii111ii1i 1 i 11111i11iiii iiimi1i1im miii1 im1 miii1i1i1i1i 1iii.1i i1iH1 ii1ii..ili i iiiiifi1im iimmfii: W.: 1'1'r

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She is ,active In Extension
,:;:' :I;;More About Hunger Program -::,* ,sxr:: ::-:: Homemakers! Club and Is secretary Awards Day Fire Is Minor
*}::}:}:7::::}::Ay.Skti:: ::I
of the Lawtey Club.
,
Annual Senior: Award: Days
(Continued From (Page One) and far between." Who pays for it? It comes from The financial limitations areas She watt, chairman ofBI'ulforIl1', Oat; Bradford High) School 1.4 NChctlulucl Starke Fire Department an-
I t's not true. I won't say It Where does the food come the V. S Department of Agriculture follows: a family of one may County Fair Booth tales> ( this next Wednesday: May fiworrd( a call)) to Jackson Minlt
doesn't happen but they are few from? How much does it cost? which purchases it from not have an income which exceeds f yen r. 28, at 1 1:15:!: according to Principal Markrt on North Temple at 2:45: !
the farmers by maintaining I Her husband i is O. E. (Gone) p.m. Tuesday.
$115 a month; family of n.ilph hilts:
prices!! of farm produce Pearson, who is a UuPunl employee. There was a short! In the cctlinir \ -
two $160( ; three $220: four, A total! <;f r>!> different l awardswill .
In April about 25 tons of food, $2.r! ; five $2fitt; B. $:.Wi; 7, $330; be given students lights; damage was minor.First .
WIN A FREE VACATIONIN with an estimated wholesale! 8, $3 value of $10,000. were distributedin each additional person, $30,
this county. Of coarse' the Frank Williams!!, who acts as
THE BAHAMAS! taxpayers foot the bill. overseer for the program in the
The cost to Bradford CountyIs
county, said that the programIs -
A FULL WEEK OF FUN FOR TWOIN slight. The county Is responsible run on the assumption that Federal'sGRAND
for processing/ applications, everyone I 1.1 honest. However, ,
EXCITING FREEPORT ON transporting the food from the since there arc a few dl.shonset

GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND! ALL warehouse in Jacksonville and persons In any group, he also awl
distributing it. This cost about "spot checks" the records and
EXPENSES PAID INCLUDING $3,000 a year and this includesthe the people involved.He OPENING
ROUND-TRIP' TRANSPORT salaries for two days work said that each month he
put in each month by five members looks over about 100 cases and
ATION FROM JACKSONVILLE of the county road depart chooses!! 10 to check thoroughly.First / .

LUXURY' HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONSWITH ment. he talks with the people Door Prize WinnersGrow
Needless to say, not Just any lifted as references on the application1 ChamberEmploys
BREAKFASTAND DINNER body can go out to the Fair- !;.

EVERY DAY OF YOUR VACATION. grounds on the third Monday or Then he goes to the store
Tuesday and pet in line. Those where the people trade to fini
who are receiving Public Assistance out what they buy and if they With Us !
Register at National Pool Builders are certified by the welfare pay their! bills, and he also
workers and are then .entitled checks to see if they are trading
4810 Saute} Dr. or call 765 5535 fora to receive the food. As of their commodity food!! for other Secretary -
April 14, there were 811 personsin things such as whIskey Williams !-
FREE estimate on your own this category .said that when he has Mrs. Lillian C. Pearson of

National: I Pool and enter this FREE "needy"The second, accounted category for 776 labeled per checks"completed"we one
sons These must file applications kind of toilet .
drawing for week in the Bahamas paper they use Chamber of Cammsrce according
detailing their income and And, occasionally] he finds
__l other financial matters and, if someone who Is dishonest. For to President Loyree La. Savings Account
: NO OBLIGATION. they are employed, must also example he had just discovereda TMier.
Mrs. Pearson 'Will assume t
NPB NOTHING TO BUY! their present pay.Migrant certified. statements of combined couple who Income apparently of has a ier new duties" Monday, June 2. Richard Hall, 9
about
$500a
The Chamber office will remain
,LIMIT-ONE ENTRY workers may also month. When this happens -
? receive commodity foods if they the people notified jpen from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. A
PER FAMILY. are that they
ach weekday!! including lunch
arrive in
Bradfrd
County before
may no longer receive .L
employment Is available. For modity foods and are asked com to ours, according: to Mrs. La.lieI' iL-J Good

example, this year some of the come in and talk with Williams ,
workers arrived before the to clear up the matter. Present Chamt> secretary, Practice
National Builders. Inc.
strawberries were ready for Commodity food sirs Lillian Bishop:' submitted
program was Jier resljraticn, to 'the Beard p
41OSOUTELDmVI JACKSOMVN.U.FLORIDA 122O picking. begun in Bradford County about To
of Governors at its May meeting -
four years ago. County Commissioner ..
but agreed to remain until
Zedra Hamilton explained BeginEarly
,a new secretary was employed.
why "Before we started this
A C amber selection committee -
program our (the county i
commissioners '
is also looking for a new g
) grocery bill was-
manager to rejlacs; Peter J. -
running abut
$150 a month.
He said that people would Novak who resigned ,April 30.
Tile: new secretary has beenemplc'cl. Savings
come to the
commissioners ask $50
aI r"4.1' !
ing for food and they would buy : for ths past 13 years Account
as seczetary-bcokkeepar: lor Ed- 't
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it for them. Hamilton pointedout 1
win W. Pack Inc: of Gainesville. t ric
that
only a few were being l

Big Memorial Day SaleEnds helped and said! the under commodity the old system pro Prior bookkeeper to that far she was Koch's secretary-: :Drugs -ic \ '

!here 195253. She worked
frcm I .
!gram! "is one of the !(best things w.i
Saturday May 31 to help the people." as bookkeeper for the North : -
Florida Clinic (old Starke hospital -
Although it is not part of their .
) until it closed in 1950. .
MARY CARTER Job, Williams said they also try "
to help some of the "needy" Mrs Pearson will be installedas

people} find Jobs. He said they president: of the Starke Bus .. ,:, ". ,
iness and Professional, Woman's "
make a special \"
PAINT PRICES TAKEA effort for those
who have been receiving the Club rn May 30. She: served!! >as .,.4 '?
vice-president this past year. h 1
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harden" Tops Merchants To Take Softball Lead



Garden Restaurant took soleposse.s.slon Garden and the Merchants came hind to take the ''V1ctol"". each for the Merchants. helped Lost STANDINGS Garden Hampton 9:30 Merchants
of fln&t in 'theMen's 4for4. Wilbur Waters! Thursday, May 15, saw va ; :
place into the tied wt'Ui'
gams Just Merchant started off like
The
,
his terminate' 3-for-4 Garden Tcr-iDen.
with as Restaurant take the vs
,
I trtvl Starke League Merchants by downing 10-7 arch Inaction : one lost each, to each:' other. they wel'erains/ .. The Garden had the best end with the game as they scored- more in the first half, with the .and the Starke Merchant were Hampton 2-7, Ter-IJen 1-8. first Half) 8 p.m., Merchants'
Tuesday night May 20. as they had to come from be- first ,and four hit attack.- Bill Mcng
in the
three runs game .scheduled .next Tuesday downing TcrwillcBrax Denmark SCHEDULE: vs Gulden; !"Hampton): vs
Jerry Drawn hud two Jilts each
!In the secolnd innings, but then May 27. 14-2. Thursday, May 22 -- 8 p.m., Ter-Dea,
their bats cooled off and ''they! to lead Hampton
Slow Pitch Tourney couldn't push' any more runs In the other .game of ''the
>across the plate as Garden pick night, .Terwillegar Denmark IMIITY..TilEIK LAST!
ed away, getting 3 runs in the picked up their first win of tho civiYOUIIPESTS: \
first, four in the third, and threein season' ,by downing Hampton 14- '
Set Next WeekendThe the fourth to take their eight 9. T-D got off to a big start .;, '9 -- 'r "'" \
win in 9 outings. as they were leading Hampton' '%:+ ..
10-0 going into the fifth inning \ J' 'I If'
Fifth Annual Starke Invl- the team to beat, Rayburn The two teams were close in and only had to keep Hampton i'.r n i 1'1.9
.ational Slow Pitch Softball adds. base ''hits as Garden, got 12 while scoreless in the fifth to ,take f'' 'J.

Touruament, an annual event The George nine, however, the Merchants had 10 hits. Wo the win. r i ::- .d
conducted by the Starke Parks will get competition from two ody Strickland led Garden with But Hampton was not to be
and Recreation[ Department, Is Starke teams plus six other area three hits while teammate' John denied .as they came up with
set Thursday, May 29, through nine's. Local entries are Garden Watson had two !in the first inning four) big runs to .stay in the FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND
Sunday, June 1. a three-run shot over the
Restaurant and the Starke, Merchants game. Robbie Smith' had the hot .
old( Noegel's team), left field fence. M. Rhoden, C. bat !for the game "We believe this year's tour- A new entry to the tournamentwill Duncan, E. Akrldge also had perfect night at the plate, going CHEMICAL CO.
ney will be one of the best froma be Clearwater, a team that two hits for Garden.T. .
competitive point of view as 539 E. CALL ST. PHONE 964-5745
all of the participating teams placed third In the 1968 state Hardee, J. Beeler, and M. SIGNS. all kinds. [Metal o* 1FORD
slow pitch championship tour Hamilton collected 'two hits Cardboard The Telecraph.
seem to be strong, Recreation

Director Gene Rayburn says. ney.Russ Piker of Gainesville will!
Fountain Marine of Savannah, make its first appearance and scurrently
Ga., the 19C8 tournament
undefeated in Gainesville
champion will return to defendits
league play.
title and will be tabbed as
Callahan Realty of Jacksonville -
will be an entry and is al
so undefeated In its league play.
Other teams include Valdosta,
FLORIDA Georgia; Sanford, St. Augustine,
Titusvllle, Ormond Beach, and
Melbourne.
The tourney will open Thursday
THEATRE night May 29, with a dou
ble header. Garden Restaurantwill
SHOWTIME meet Gainesville at 7:30: (
and the Starke will
Merchants
Weekdays 7 P. M.
meet Jacksonville] at 9 p.m.
Sunday 3 P. M. Friday night will see four
Saturday 1 P. M. games played with the final one
.scheduled at 11:30: p.m St. Augustine -
Saturday Afternoon
and Melbourne will vie
Only, May 24 at 7 p.m., and Valdosta will
Kids Invited To"BlasfOff" meet Sanford at 8:30: !in the final
game of the first round.
All but three games will be
played at West Side Park. Three
games are set at Bradford Field
Saturday for 8:30: a.m.. 10 a.m.,
All Tickets
35c
and 1:30: p.m. while play Is also
All-Star Fun-Filled going on at West Side Park
Cast Games !in the double elimination -
tourney are scheduled
Fri., Sat. Nights from 8:30: a.m. Saturday until
:May 21-25 11:30: that night. The final round
will begin at 1:30: p.m. Sunday.
''CoR llP1fo lI The final game will probably be
played at 3 p.m Sunday, June r
I NOTA 1, with the 22nd game. A 23rd
game will become necessary
1'PitlTlJRS only if the winner of the losers
bracket wins game number 22.
{ Admission for the tournament

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ford. Barber Shop, Gayle's Beau ,
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tJP6Raf K AH boys ages 13-17 interestedIn charges, If any; transportation charges, state and local taxes.

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COLUMBIA Fitft\PICTURES PRESENTATION. senior urged to boys attend baseball a meeting league are at Or save on these other Ford firsts:...

I i c G'lrai;:'I COLUMBIACOIOR the Recreation Department
Monday. May 26.
Registration for this boys baseball -
Sun., Mon., Tues.
( league Is open now. Plans
:May 25, 26, 27 for the league will depend upon

the number! of boys registeredby
Paxton Quigley is a -
:'vfondayfay! 26. ,.T ,.

prisoner of love. If enough boys register, two
leagues are planned. One will
and completely be made up of boys ages 13-14,
exhausted I the other of boys 13-17.
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Bridge EnthusiastsThe -
Starke Parks and Recreation
Department bas instituted
a duplicate bridge club which
will begin meeting Tuesday,
June 17. at 7:30: p.m. in the
Pratt Street Recreation Hall.
1 In preparation for this'! course, .
a class will meet Tuesday! May Falcon. $2080
lrv rTE M M E.UX R 27 at 7:30: p.m. to discuss the _
Ri JoNES simple mechanics and to practice ,
America's first compact.
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Intrasquad Go... Set Friday, 7 p. m.The Southern Discount+ Takes LeadIn I


annual spring intra-squad "We keep. reminding them quickness. more than, .strength' tof Bantam League Baseball JI? Hurse explained.In : .
contest for Bradford: High Sch- ehey'll cull themselves: out the
ool grlddeia is scheduled for 7 Torn Id b:; mer.tor said 'the offensive) backfield
p.m. Friday, May 23, accordingto "We haven't klakel: anybody Nurse said, all the boys. are Southern Discount 6 Coke 2 t JH Of rr > .

Ccach Cavil: Hurse off," Hvirse colituu[ .t. "We looking "pretty good" But the Southern:! Discount picked! up meetingthd.! Ir
Tornado: griaclc/s will be decided think now wer j,' about; dowr Big Rcd ccacli tabbed: fullback Its third victory of the Benson; The load of this game chanced
equally. Hui.se said, reaV want' to Rudolph Perkins! for special against two louses; In a (fi-2 trlm- hands[ several; times! with the

ensure a competitive: contest play football" praise. The 190-pound senior r mlnR of Coca Cola Friday, May Police taking a short lived 1-0
lead, then to
Teams \\ill not be anncanced Lost with Injuries: ave 'Mark: in eligibility has "improvedmore 1C. In Bantam League Baseball.; BPOE came up

until J-ist prior to the game Mllr.er, halfback tend, ''defensive :> than nr.j'oody clae during; This game was; up for grabs! lead 2-1,
The Police made It 3.2 at the
ho ever., safety, with an injured knee; the week Hs's still inexperienc R until the final Inning as Coke
Tare: Big Red defense -will Danny Jackson,' ort ns1'Lac.\( ed. H* has a way tj ga.: But if trailed by only one) run after end of two' innings.! BPOE came
up with 4 tiff runs!! In the third FANTASTIC SAVINGS
vie with the Big Red Offense. kle and defensive; ) end, with an he can continue; to Improve five innings, Discount; had pick-
Inning: to lead it 6.3. and scored
With the next to last weekof infected foot \\': ich: will keep Halfbacks Dale Johns, iand ed 1 run in the second and 2
1 in the! fourth to make it 73.
spring Slid .dilUs: half over him out all spring; R:>bcI't Jimmy Alvarez are Just abouton ( in the third to gain As things: turned out the flfLhinnlnA' DURING OURDISCOUNT
the rumba of TcrrmiJo gr::dd- Paterson, .sophomore eni:!, with a par, nurse salt: before Coke struck for 2 runs in
was the final inning due
44 to neck Christy Chandler, leltel'manguard fourth make at 3-2
the to
ers has d.vlndletl: : from a jammed to
r rcgi time expiring and in that
with tile week Tornado last year, has continuedto However, Discount up
31. Five players are out DuriKj:: j past came inning: the Police: rallied for 4 SALE
injuries, acme for the entire coaches big runs to tic it
spring ers on defense marc! than of- blocking ahead cf the runner, and then .set down Coke in rapid The up

Halfback Keith Patray left fense.. Hjrse said "He'll play somewhere order to take the 6-2 win. Keith did Kelly the boys hurling, Kevin for and tine MUST CLEAR OUT All Furniture
week. "We still have 'a long way in our offensive back.fie' Tommy Wise went all the
the
the squad dur.r.2: Department
allowing 6 Before The Summer Slump At
the coaches) :::, for Southern Discount pick-
Hurse said Patrsy. \\ald have to go: buts'ia ( way hits, 10 bases on balls and recording -
playe'1 quite a bit of safety satisfied: with the piagie-sa' so Quarterbacks Dean Johns and Ing up his first win of the season 7 strike!; outs Eddie Tremendous Discounts
and split end. far. Were still concentrating on Mike Norman are still neck against one loss. Wise allowed Blalock
hurled
...- .. .. and neck: the coach ccmmentod.Cachs up 8 hits recorded 9 strike outs
are still loo.klnj:> fora and walked only 2. Allen
split end who can catch ,a Akridge hurled for Coca Cola and Issued only 1 base on balls. Rqr.PHILCO AM Badio SALE
Joey Bakken continued to hit ;
I RECREATION NEWSDiscount football a allowing only 3 hits, recorded 9
the ball well going 3 fnr 3 to
On the line Mike Macy, Junior strike outs and .issued 6 baseson lead Police attack. Keith Kel- $3995 2 peaker $ )95

-tackle, has: .s':sown improve NIS balls This was Allen's third ly and Raymond Whittle had! Very Attractive
ment as has senior guard JimSl1ufor REVERSIBLE-Bright cotton pitching start and his first loss 2 lilts each and Kevin had
9Police Dept 1 together 8 hits for their! 7 runs nurse aid. BirdJy: prints reverse to solids in this one win and the other game 1 hit For BPOE Randall Kelly Williams -
while Gulf could tackle and unusual swim fashion. The ending in a tie. The Akridge
Discount managed to Beggs manage Sap}:; newcomer: asenior
Southern the
3 hits for their two rurs. bikini, coverup, and sun hat boys collected all of Coke's base was leading hitter
other team had Just is continuing: to improveand
do something no all can switch from floral to with 2 hits( getting one hit each H
5 Judy Broughton, Norman's "locks:> as if he'll play a combination that hits, with Allen getting two, and NASWORTHYFurniture
clone in games. solid for any was Eddie Blalock David
That was to pin a loss on the Farm led all hitters with two lot of offensive football next suits milady's fancy. By Jimmy and Eddie one each. Galne, Randy Lawson.. and
Department In Bantam : year" Jantzen. Southern Discount base raps
Police hits.The Rickie Diamond.
League play Monday May 19. second game was a rout Experiences: lettermen Ralph were recorded by Randy Martin & Philco Appliances

The Police had won 2 and tied as Colonial FlorIst' trounced Morgan Tom Marks and Bill defensive secondary players so Tommy Wise and Randy
Discount had won 3 and lost Starke Industries 27-5 in five Buby are l looking good, the Crews ADDING MACHINES: Man.
8.2 loss to the inn'ngs.'! The "Flower Girl's" coach said, as .do linebacker far BPOE 7 Police Department 7 ual or electric. For sale or
of them an PH. 061-5011
2, one (!Defense guards Dale Johns 310] B. C<\U. ST.
stroked the ball for 23 hits as Tommy Dlack.>hear 'and tight The Police Department and rent. Add. subtract credit bal-
police
and Erick; Tomlinsoii thetwo
But Monday Coach Davis and they held Industries to 'Just 3. end Tim MurJ: ey, Center Erick ale BPOE No 1802 met for the sec anceBradford County Telegraph ,
the coach
had their revenge on Sheryl Ward, Jackie Griffls Tomlir.son is improving ,anti quickest says ond time this reason and this ,
company
The ccach also
the undefeated Police recording Emily Johns, and Patsy Nettles Blackshear :has been worked ( praised guards one ended: just like the first.
Gene Hai.is and Jerry Lee for
a 9-1 win each had three hits to lead Col there too, lIurse said!! their "marked improvement"

Both pitchers: Eddy Dyal for onlal Defensively, the cornerbacks offensively.

Discount and Joey Bakken for Schedule: Friday May 23 and linebackers have shown: Hurse .said his players are SAYE AT
Police allowed:> only 2 hits. Dyal Starke Industries marked improvement, Hurse DISCOUNT I
8 p.m Bppgs! vs looking forward; to the annual
registered 13 strike outs Bak 9-30: p.m. Norman's vs said naming Murphsy>! : Norman Varsity VS. Seniors; game a

ken 9. The big difference was Colonial Florist. Morgan Chandler, Blacluhear: week from this Frid"y! on May
basses on balls and throwing 26-8 Nor. and Alvarez, GRADUATION I
Monday May pm 30. Tare: b.Ys are confident they
miscues both on the part of the man's vs Starke Industries 9:30: Ben Moxley and Brant Turner can put the seniors down l; STORES

usually slick fielding Police p,m. Colonial vs Beggs. are Department
Dyal issued only 2 bases on

balls and hit one batter. Bakken

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BPOE took a firm hold on 3rd
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Dale Johns went all the way .

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\BHS Intrasquad Go Set Friday, 7 p. m.The Southern Discount Takes LeadIn < I II I"


annual spring lntra-squad "We keep reminding them quickness more than strength/' 4 awe Bantam League Baseball IlY;; : E'DE C'Dt' ''D -
contest for Bradford High Sch ehey'll Bull themselves out:the Horse explained ,

ool grlddevs is scheduled for 7 Torn Jda' mer.tor said. Inthe offensive backfield, <..
,p.m. Friday May 23, according "We haven't kiqkei: anybody: : Hurs-e said, all the boys( are Snullirrn Discount 6 fVkr 2 faa f. 4lf f

to Coach: David: : Hurse. off," Hurse costumed.: "We looking "pretty good" But the Southern Discount picked! up mrl'tlnlt-"rl. 1 1i

Tornado, : gridce\s! ; will be de- think now Nver j Abouv\!; dowr Big Rcd ccach tabbed fullback Its third victory of the spnson; The lend of this game chanced 4hnnrli

.vlded equally Hur.se said, to to the: kids whop realty want to Rudolph Perkins for special against two lasses In a (0-2 trim- several times:! with the 04 i ,

ensure a competitive contest. play football.: \ : praise. The 190-pcund senior r mine of Coca Cola Friday, May Police taking a short lived 1-0 4

Teams will not be annojnced Lost with injuries are Mark in eligibility has "improvedmore 1C in Bantam League Bncl'1; >al1. lend then BPOE came up to

until lust prior:; ,to the game, Mllner, halfback! ,and'defcjisive than nnybody clue:< during This same was up for crabs lead 2-1. 41
The Police made it 3-2 at the
however. safety, with an injured: knee; the week. Hs's still inexperienc until the final inning as Cok ill
ins: Big Red defense will Danny Jackson,' ofensiWd..tac' ed. Hi has a way: to ea. Bub if trailed by only one run after end of two' innings. BPOE came 41 t t
up with 4 tiff: runs !n the third r
,
vie with the Big Red Offense. kle and defensive; end, ullli an he can: coiitluue: to improve five innings. Discount had picked
Inning to lead it C-3. and scored
With the next to last weekof Infected foot which: : will keep Halfbacks Dale Jhits, land 1 run (in the second and 2 /
1 In the fourth to make
it 7-3.
spring grid dolls half over, him out all spring; Robert: Jimmy Alvarez are Just about In the third to gain! a 3-D lead oil
A-; things turned out, the fifth DURING OURDISCOUNT
the number of TcrnaS.i grldd-:: Paterson, sophomore:> end:!, witha on a par, Hurse a ald: before Coke struck for 2 runs in <.
inning1: was the final inning ers has dwindled:: : from 44 to jammed neck. Christy\ Chandler! leltcl'manguud /R the fourth to make at 3-2 to time expiringand In that 41
34. Five players are out with Durlrj: the cast wek, Tornado last year, has: continued inning the
Pollca rallied for 4 <
entire worked their to be tcugh running the ball! and in the sixth
Injurlsa I, some for the conch have play: with 3 more runs big runs to tic It
spring. ers on defense more than of blocking ahead cf the runner, + and then .set down Coke In rapid The up 04

Halfback Keith Patray left fense. Horse said. "He'll play somewhere order to take the 6-2 win. Keith did Kelly the boys hurling Kevin for and flit.Police : MUST CLEAR OUT All Furniture I

the squad during; the; week. "We still have ''a long way in our offensive back Tommy Wise went all the
Department allowing < Before The Summer Slump At
Hurse .said! Patrsy would:; have ito go, but vs'ra the( coaches) fie a.: way for Southern Discount pickIng hits, 10 bases balls
on and
playe'" quite a bit of safety satisfied; with the progress so Quarterbacks Dean Johns and up his first win of the sea 7 strike!; outs.! Eddie recording 4. Tremendous Discounts !

and split end. far. We're still concentrating on Mike Norman are still neck ,son against; one loss. Wise allowed Blalock hurled fop 04
and neck, the coach cmment3d. 4 base hits, struck out 8, BPOE gave
up 8 hits, recorded 9 strike outs oil
Coaches are .still looking fora and walked only 2. Allen
split end who can catch <.a.fcotball Akridge hurled for Coca. Cola, and issued only 1 base on ball. < PHILCO AM Radio
.8ea'. SALE
Joey Bakken continued to hit
I RECREATION NEWS allowing only 3 hits, recorded 9
the ball well proing 3 for 3 to
On the line, Mike Macy, Junior strike outs and Issued 6 baseson lead Police attack. Keith Kcl- $3995 2 peaker $1295

tackle, has:: fiSown' improve- U1'iREVERSIBLEBright balls. This was Allen's third ly and Raymond Whittle had Very Attractive
ment as has senior guard Jim cotton pitching start and his first loss,
2 hits
each and Kevin
I Discount 9Police Depl. 1 together 8 hits for their 7 runs ShulortJ, Hus-59 said Bu'iJySafj : prints reverse to solids in! this one win and the other game 1 :lilt For BPOE Randall Kelly Williams had ,
Southern Discount managed to while Beggs Gulf could manage :; newcomer tackle and a unusual swim fashion. The ending in a tie. The Akrldge '
was the leading hitter
other team had just 3 hits for their two runs. senior, is continuing to improveand bikini coverup and sun hat boys collected! all of Coke's base
do something no with 2 hits,
all can switch from floral to getting one hit each '
done In 5 games. Judy Broughton, Norman's "locks es If he'll play a solid for any combination that hits with Allen getting two and was Eddie Blalock David NASWORTHYFurniture /
That was to pin a loss on the Farm led all hitters with' two lot of otfer.sive football next suits milady's fancy. By Jimmy and Eddie one each. Gaine, Randy Lawson and
Police Department in Bantam hits year." Jantzen. Southern Discount base raps! Rickie Diamond

League play Monday. May 19.!) The second game was a rout Experienced lettermcn Ralph were recorded by Randy Mar- & Philco Appliances

The Policy had won 2 and tied as Colonial Florist' trounced Morgan, Tom Marks, and Bill defensive secondary: players so tin, Tommy Wise, and Randy
3-Discount had won 3 and lost Starke Industries 27-5 in five Buby are looking good, the tar Crews. ADDING MACIiINES: Manual '
them an 8.21oss to the innings The "Flower Girl's" coach said, as do linebacker BPOE 7 Police Departtnrnt 7 or electric. For sale or <.
2, one of !Defense guards Dale Johns :310 E. CALL ST. PH. 961-5011
Police. stroked the ball for 23 hits as Tommy Blackshear 'and tight The Police Department and rent. Add. subtract credit hal .
and Erick Tomlmson the
But Monday coact: Davis and they held Industries to Just 3. end Tim Marphey. Center Erick : are BPOE No. 1802 met for the sec ance.Bradtord County Tele
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two quickest the coach
says.The
company had their revenge on Sheryl Ward Jackie Grlffis. Tomllr.son is Improving -and coach also ond time this reason and this graph.
praised guards
the undefeated Police, recording Emily Johns and Patsy Nettles Blackshear Qias been worked one ended just like the first
Gene Hauls and Lce for
: Jerry
a 9-1 win. each had three hits to lead Col there too Hurse said. their "marked Imp'ovement"offensivelY :

Both pitchers; Eddy Dyal for onial. Defensively, the cornerbacks .

Discount and Joey Bakken for Schedule: Friday May 238pm. and linebackers have: shown Kurse said his players arelcakin3 SAYE Al
Police! allowed only 2 hits. Dyal marked Improvement, Hurse DISCOUNT I
Beggs: vs Starke Industries !; forward: to the annual
registered 13 strike outs, Bak said, naming Murphsy, Norman,
9:30: p.m, Norman's vs Varsity vs Seniors;! game: a
ken 9. The big difference was Morgan, Cloudier Blackihear,
Colonial Florist. week from this FrltJry on May
basses on balls and throwing Monday May 26-8 p.m. Nor ,and Alvarez. 30. Tate: boYs are confident they; GRADUATION

miscues both on the part of the man's vs Starke Industries, 9:30: Ben Moxley and Brant Turner can put the seniors dawn. STORES
Police DEPARTMENT
usually slick fielding p.m. Colonial vs Beggs. are Uie\ most experienced Hurse said.
Department
Dyal issued only 2 bases on

balls and hit one batter. Bakken

walked 11 men, but even .so
would have been able to pitch PRESEASONSALE ] A

himself out of a tight Jam hadIt (..
not been for those untimely

miscues, that all Little League L
players will make at one timeor r POLAROIDCOLORPACK

other. ",.
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Southern led the game all the ..
",
way, scoring single runs In the
fourth inning Kevin Kelly drewa II ,_
walk and scored on Joey Bak \ .

ken's long double. Bakken has s'n'. '

hit safely in every game played
and leads the league in batting \ $29.95

with a .642 average. Keith Kel- /"' VV
'ly tallied Police Department'sother C,1 l $25

hit, a bunt single Steve i value =

Noegel recorded the only 2 hits 1J
'
tfor?The Southern next'game Discount.between': these' i/ Quick as a wink perfect\ jumbo prints in color _

1 v 2 teams should be Interesting. or black and white with this all new Polaroid. '

BPOE 5 COKE 2 Has electric eye, built-in flash cube attachment __
BPOE took a firm hold on 3rd
.
place In the league standing

teams and is with( pushing a 5-2 win the over two Coca top tl / GE FLASHCUBES, sleeve of 3 ((12 shots)...s''!o9

Cola Tuesday, May 20, In Ban- I

tarn baseball. Check These GraduationS
BPOE behind the one hil( i n $4-ls
I) POLAROID 108 I or 1m.
pitching of Dale Johns, scored ....
Gifts And More
enough runs In the opening Inn Many

Ing to win the game The Elks l $
$219
,, took advantage of several,walks, POLAROID 107 B & W film .. .... AT CARP'S

stolen bases' and a double to record .tti /

4 big runs in the first Inn- _.

a Insr.j "
7-TRANSISTOR i KODAK 124INSTAMATIC
Dale Johns went all the way /1 ,
for the winners, and was In con-
f trol throughout the game. Joey LLOYDS RADIO { '

Thomas tripled in the 1st inn- 0 t '::j ,

Ing for Coke's only base hit. 1 j .
Johns issued only one walk and ,

c struck out 4.BPOE's our reg. t $$6.95 $ 297 $$19.95 $1444value

defense did a fine -- value
p'' job committing only two miscues '

on hit balls Eddie Blalock low price! r,
v enjoyed a perfect day at the Take black& white and

plate going 3 for 3, Randal Wtlllams Solid state, pocket size a color. Kit includes

<"' and Roger Filyaw collect Pick your'swimsuit now when selection is most S' Complete with battery and 'r camera, flash cube, bat

'ed a single each. complete -and save 15% tool Choose from the earphone. 9K42. t> tery and color film
Schedule: Friday, May 23- newest styles the newest fabrics and colors in
:r 6:30: BPOE vs So. Discount, 8:00: one and two piece models. Misses sizes 3038. r

Coke vs Police. Take 15% off our regular $7.99 to $13.99 prices! ,, "

VS Monday BPOE., May 26-6:30: Police d+ i General Electric _.,.f w ,. w, .__.._.'-;:: .. f GE SWINGMATE


Tuesday, May' 27 6:30: So. CLOCK RADIO M 4-SPEED PHONO
z* Disc vs Coke r ;

Wednesday, May 28 5:00:

BPOE Game)vs Pollee: (Playoff of Tie Live-in, ActionhappyPANT $$15.95I f% 88 $$34.95 $ OT88

Standings: So Discount 4-2 .svS: ..r value I I -

Police 2-1-3; BPOE 2-2-2. Coke .., .
141. No games are scheduled "'" '
Wake to music automatically Solid state circuitry

,.... for Friday, May 30-Due to the Has trouble-free solid Playsallsizerecords I ,
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Lot 20, Z: 200' S 100'.4 200', or Mt' or iiwt or 3J IA' 6 22 1 5/8 W. Add h..a. .. luppll69.06
N 100' to leg in L' t"y S or Oraoa Do.... 39.76 *905--B.g At SI Coy Blot Run"
ny Mr. 4 J Chmdl.r 29.95 ')4BD..Wb or Lo" I, a or 1100'' tY. N 217.5' w 105', S f2 217.51 I. I

2286.A--1 Lot 208.75 Sq Lying in hint SS I't d A W by 100 Pt II 105' To FOB 19.7 2a 1 Gladys I Bhefar )).1'
1553-3 15 n or Lot )2 In Town 34 Cor or Xift of Srft 18 6 XX 07.... Tyaon 59.01 Agin LTa We Mel tmeK 6111.
of L* tiny 1; of hy ix Hid J.i.l. La* Berber 7.02 R Al 1S,51S09Lo' *920--Lotl 10,11,12,13, of Blk: 1* 191 II ,. 15n.t.r. 5.1'

2287'M) or Bat of 341 A Sit or S4,
1561-A!...* .t M' Cor or.. 130' tx 1 A in sv CoP E> 11/. t> par OR ) 1 S I't or S 9U--Lot ifc of Blk 1* in City of
of Lot 35 in L* .t.y S of RR, Bin 1.2 ,.'.. 22H.231,233,23,2, .111 28 ie L32 A W. F dot 01... Orttl1. 101 19.80 H.ipton 19 1 22 Gl.41I Shat.r ..a.9)
S 59' to FOB, S 101' S 50'. 300 B.lng 13-A n/L 18 6 XX 15 Clrna Du 17.67
4 50', N' 5' to Hid atnta Ho... 5119--1 1. Pt or Lot 6 a Lot 8S101' tr *952 Nt of SW* of SIt E> 2 A In

In*. 61.75 2291-11"t. fort of E> or W ....0' or & 4 Lot JO or 81k. ALind N4 Coy Ex Th.t Fort 3 of Co Rd ,
hit of S.j nioh Lies Sill, of J or ...". To at In Ii .1 ItA ao 1 aa 16t
15 "--Lot 37 in Town of la...' S Hwy 3-229 IX 3 600' 18 6 22 I...*. Cuailngl3r. ,- Jon.. Add ct oon. II IoWlIn. Paul II Bry.t a1.1a
of ny or 3* of 34. of N4* of NW( J..1. Nay. ...11.. 8.91 27.)9 9).8S

956--'< 6A or S* of swt, of SIt} 20 1 2a 6 C II Willtn.s 10.10

1566--1 Lot In 114 Cor nf Lot <>2 2291-1--N 150' or 3 600' of B 220' ,557--1 Lot on J Side ot dalnut St
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Son 4Br100' 5a 4 in L*-- Add S h "0' or LDt 1 0 All Lot
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t.1: : >0totl; I Of 5.1| 18 6 22 Harold Cunning 8.91 Jon.. Add II A 0..... J. 211.02 SI* of Nit a81 21 )0 Ho."o. Dial 58,0'
1569-A 50' of 0 150 of J'l of

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105' ror +:3.: S 10S', lor. S MaCeM )0.)1 503*--W U68' or Mt of Nit S of

Lire 101" S? )2S'. h Sr to fta 2299-*--!; af :r i: of :Sit 'fx 2A in lid 18 19 1 U 3 T 07 A14.r.n 6,01
IH' to hI> a6 S II UnuooS lIor.dl' NI Cor (i ..x s 150' 1'* 6 XX c.thrln* Doll XK.03 :)7011.-Lot 8 end T...., 0" 0' Lot
In.. W. 101.11 181" a 11'0 PL.4 lie 2 or 'If 1" 507-A--B<.. 1 a80' 3 of K' Cor of

2355- Coa: t 3i Car of aii or mtA D..o 011 61 )1) 1:1 Lot Oslo oa Sit or UW| S 250', E 600'. N
1021--1 lot. a ;..0 Ln D..1 tie sat nun, : 39" n N 180 ft B 297 61-)06 or Dn-l'ns 3/0 Mlph A K.l10.. 250', W 600' To FOB a9 1 II 3 V I 1Io0d. 200 83
JI )e7 L. Cote, 3/J lot a.ln" ft \ i 97 Ft 505 Ft "IS9
100' i r 4 0' 60' K A I Ln I'llCo. To clZl/ 1 226 2) 6 22 X 00 00S Br.dl.jIn: 3076-A--B... 990' S 795' Not
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for FOB W 50' N 130 ,
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ISO' to POP Jiy F'r 3t M 16 17747
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35. a.Y S 22 T .I Ud.nnn ly 210' To t0 B 21 6 12.11"0.. ..I.. X4.79 K; John. Add 'I 1 'rtoWl"n4 88.)0 Nat N 795' I 7<>O' for FOB.1 S

16 l--S.. or HI! or ..4: I. ft/. itr.r 130'. 1 50', II 130', 4 50'
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to Cnr J.o L. DA llie 2373-B--Lot 2 of alk a in ,
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I SO' w 110' To 705 1"1 .&111Ol'ltrU 56,77$8877Lot
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50 rt illS rt J 50 It to FOB 21 6 22 Joiiohln mar- 6 /- ) Harlow T..oon )1,18 5155-Lot 6 of w* of Nor :D 1 22 10 T 07 AlII..n 19.65
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t963--2.r of.. Nun't 'J\g: of r'JI; ,t.j.S ; 1909--Lo" S .nr "lie 2 In sutler Crt 5163--3* of dS: of 3Wt 3W*

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6.)) .25 of R 3 a w.' blk 1,2 1 of 9a,68
ft 34 St of Blk 1,2 A 5 of R ...-Lot 9 ot .Ik 3 Dr untl 111
21 6 22 85 II A L*.aonXI 30*, I II 5.rato/a H.I"h' aID .. of 34 3' 1 II 110 1)0"1/)
, 166S--.I.: or ..il or S'I; '.1014 as S 22 10 Jo. J.kinn tit 12.SS 04 of 7oiD 3/9 I Harold a w&1U.. 34411 5169--34) ] SO.&h 6L,816

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S or .Un..lo hd 25 S 12 .11 .dlllt Strong .,..02j SSt 4 ) FOB Oal N 2)0 K yor A '01. Run I )90 K J19Hcon on 4 Sid. of Ry R/w
I LLn" 21 Dg iS.r{: *. 0100', S To St ftd 100 1''on'' W Along 11/4 On l.o Una .A Run N On Rid
j 6 XX Janning. C To S.O Line H To S.O LI. ITo 4 Ida S 70 Xd.
ot 1: or tr lA inS4 Ding W 111' 1o fOB t 70 Id., 35 ,
1661- II
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2- ii cox IS' u a 070. "..lei'". to 11.)10 f A In si; Of J'l)210'A 35 1 II T 07 Al4.n.nS.l1
5'1 Is In 1327-Lot 3 of Blk 20 LnI Rone a/0 Sally F willlaaa .8167...." At IntAr of I a/w Lln. ofLornrotte

of.11g 90.19 III 1Oh I 1/V Line ofdtnor.l --Coi 31 Cor of Int of nRd
) 1667-A--eo.. .Iw d210'' tar -nd n Ain I 100 n T. 100 .1S In Mt of Sit hun

'S'2r:;: .s12H;.. : 210'ror 2557.-Lot. 9,18 of Blk 1 In O.".I" 50. Thin S 100" S 1741 Pt II Wly on 3 Bdry or Ad 18 To Int
d 75 S a. 1 1iUb. "..IeLn. 18.08 aID I.t.ll. Adkln too Con' Pt W 11Pt To POI 29 6 II Tho... P 0.",. lIa.., Of w dry of 1114.II! FOB, I fCI I". *>).S) 4iy on Sly Bdry 200'. Hy 1010'

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, 167--1 Lot 100' or 14: I' S U 1 S4"onnd "omoon 1567--Lot 3 of Ilk X in O.h- .i. SID try Lannon *..53iTiry 29 A Run N 288 Ft For a FOB Than
or
K4 or aft SIr ISM ).811 Hun N *78 ft w )d0 Ft 8 *78 Ft I 5235 -Lot 23 on L.....'.. of Crytl >

I 2593--lot 20 of Ilk 3 in Gt>hagn 360 ft To FOB 596 ax Bobart A NarlanHannlng L'14 *Io....".* Clark Wl..an 12,69
L Cox 5.13
or .i or :alf or 5of SID 59.85
1710.-5 1 4
16 S'2 1 '."n... .1./1." 16.0'11"2S. 32k 5--Lot i>.* On Fin of C.-
$ Lt 2616.1of 11< ot nt o* lilt 22 6 xa SBI Ellington 41.X* ""AaO-A-co. NW. Cor of 3W| or '1'. 8 t.l Tall loa.eit.. 1C..n. 'l'Op.-

or alt; 0' Sit 1s. ISO 75 16' a2 6 $.I.sin CI.K< lO.aoI 229 for FOB S 150'. W 156 FOB S)02--to.. fel A H3 On Oak or n.. In., 1.61
2629--Cox: rt SI Cor: of K4* or S4f Lying In w Fort of Swt of SIt 29 44")3A 22 J*.*** W T........ 1 )1.'*) Cry.t.1 L"k lloi.ilt..
John' .I
I In n coy: of 5.5 .1 Bun I .*60 R N *60 ft For FOB, DooIl..WI10.80
, 174)-A--1.4 iq 16 trr ) 100 W SO Ft 1 .. --cot: 1I* : | of sit Run
or Sit 5 U 1 .rL..JI' 1) I- 50 ft, N Ft, *Sot SOS SDS--Lo.: 42 on Oak of Cryttal
511 200 rt To FOB la' XX LouTln. Jail. 50.76 N 18* 4 11' W 29', N 33' Lake Hoa..lt
a 29' a 55' TO FOB 4 aa LI/ft C..pba11 6.01
116)._.. or Drof $41 0' alt /x a* NortH AaarlaanAooptana
Al E. Lot on J !itI o o.BO 2633--Coi At S. Cop or II'W| or UtS Corp. 0.34 Slt9'-oLo. K8.50.5i On c"u..
d 100' 11 8 0to 666 N 30*. S 100' Par FOB, Of
114 / 4 Dl Cryital L.N..IOU.itaa
: 1..0'..
11 qarl 81.916i1HA..a. "'4,66.-Bag X5.04 of NW Cor of D4o.ah lS.sa
Cot 116 5 52 I.I tn N 100', B 75* S 100', W 75* To : sit
FOB Lying h or Co Or M II' aa C 1 Rlllir ".*1 of sit Run a B R/W or ST i 5370-Lot R On Pull of Cryrt- ..
." ., I911.05'. I 13.6' T. w Lino ., .1 l"_. Hon.llt.
f7151t5 5 51W1of N 1Ww S*.| of: aI}, w on lln ,a..* T. to. X9)) 6 ,.. 0 M DaTla )1.'* 1.. II'" Wry ofStuart
0' s., .I 75' *69--&lot 12 of Sill 1 In Nt Will ".61

'rog' : I/zr' .,100'. <1&l a' 5 al L./rtiht '. )8 I... 33 U St IIU1\. Aldrldg 3.X *ll6-Bl.-l.g 165* S A *0' I af HW 'S376-.33/I. w| A .)/.. of w. ors

,2632-Lot 9 of Ilk 1 of _., \/nl.I. Car of NW| or Nit on S B/W Hwva or aw i 7 1 II .1'0 Dorothy: Idor..oiIM1
]]761---1 dtCor.t II I' 100'of .... lID Haartng Sarrl*** a 100A. a on R/W *i '. a 210*. 113,75
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::1: 5" 5 al Still DPI .1'
la*. lOn 5395Al.a et .4 Oor or MWh *r
lit Bua a .50' for0D B105
1765-A--1-A Ln II: Cat ., II 'SO' X653--&lot 10 of Blk 1 in Hat will. ',
.f U, or NSa or alt I' 5 II 'DnU ".u. "n .... aa c..... D**.* 101,01 W 105', N 105. B 10$ To FOB
23>-Co. 010. ., n ., .. I.* Per Prop. for JV>u.. on

1777--1 A In 114 Col' or VS ItNSl |45f-..Lot 4'.t sit a Bit 41U.. A Bun H 16517 W sal .1'" Wrong Land I' 21 'Lretng 10,011.0
.t 101. or II' $7 S II 1 rPM Ifn".. IS,') --aD .Laeltat1M. 101/. n B 521 Ft 65 708 .IM'111 fo.rtI ".n Corp. '..nAll
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A I N 5 II Jt IMI CO Lair" LI .. 50.- 1Mt840rtV26571P.rA 5798 All -1. 1 II '640 / .
M.11 jJrtM .... FOB Than pit a no n v no n Arit UII ....U
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,,, v rll Sunday afternoon.
nth her parents Mr. and Mrs. the Courthouse at StarkL Flor-
Mrs. Mary Lou Yarbrouott' Orin Reddish Jr MISS DIGGS GRADUATES Ida within six Calendar flrnt month 11imtton Not"c. Tl Hereby OTIOIII Given That harks. Florida" JII"eaut M Tk. "l.M.i Jadielal' Clreele
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flat of the Attorney For
RAIFORDBy and Jimmie Christmas from the
enjoyeda Friends will be Interested to FROM SOUTHERN MISS. of the notlc :"cj.,0.1,1 T. Dempsey Larry Bahy.CIRCUITCourt who First Publication May r.nee. fn And For nr08tnrd OseatS4
thn
oonvlrtml In
trip to St. Augustine Sunday mnnd must ,ho In In''" trail Flerhie.Cs. .
Miss
li
Barbara
know that (Marie Dlggs or < of BnAT>FOUT County,
Mary Louise
Taylor. and must B-S tt B-" .. No.LOAN.
In
Mr*. E.H DoM afternoon. laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bot daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .and.tale fund 4"I1..t.rp..nr.. and Florida' on 14 Novomh JllnAMYt'te. A. I> f.WW' of"'ONIHt1'.lT. 'rIAln-
Mr'and MM. Cecil Addison nrrlronddrnaM, f the rliiln-i- llftl, of tha offonno of tlt vII. TCtTnTCNlA WOOT.VER-
DIggs of Starke will be .....
Taylor. Is among the Of Arpnestlee l Fornrrit Tac:
recuperating: trOll.aurgery tho apply for" ITotle nofendant.NOTICM .
to OI.r."J'IItT..I .
6 Jr. and son of Gainesville visit In Bradford the 1,200 candidates for degreesat ..Ielmnnllhla,'l nui-nt i.worri or his nt.t..rnrv. : hoard of :: !rpN CON.rJh
ed Mr. and !Mr. Theodore Roster County the University of Southern ..r It will liTomi voidrtrrnrdlnR :liamioe. Florida at Its next regular .e.. .)..111. V. H. TO AFPWAnTo .
Hospital.Mrs. Notice In Hornby' liven, tb..tIIlr.
Mr. and MM. Ronald J. Wll Sunday afternoon.Mr. tfl law. mooting.T holderof ; Eugenia -WooWerton( Colli-
Mississippi during the T. J. Aldnrman. the
May 24
nn.bJ'AppUr.nnl
><"mpanir Larry 4rey,
Us of Hawaii, announce the adoption and Mrs. Wilbur ,Jones! Cecil AddIson Sr., of Spring commencement excrcloeis. May 141 h. 1000.Clrvnlnnd' nllrhl\m ( ) has the filed'1 said following cortlflribten cnrtlfloato fur a 644 Tancy Avenue.

of a .son Mark Allen, on and son were Saturday over- HeUbronn Springs and a former She Is a candidate for the fl M. DnnlrlnCoAdmlnlKlrntor. .tax deed to ho issued t.horl>t>n. TlrookvllM. Alexandria. / V1TRinls. -
March 26. Mrs. Willis Is the for- night guests of Mrs. Jones' parents of the l.tl\t8) The cortlflcato TiumhnrH and .
resident! Bachelor of
of Science
is .
Ralford
a degree ma 'of WllllK ..lone .Tr.nv thn dowrtptlon. that
of l Nnilflafl
Issuance
mer Nancy Crowley daughter o.. Mr. and In Th. Cnnntr Jjaauf't. fioaft yearn TOil Aro nwnhv
Mrs. James. H. patient In a Jacksonville Hospital joring In Library Science. : flooriro Tl. Pierre Of nrnd/onl County Florida. of the propnrly: and 'tho names a milt ban been 'D""ht(' against" .
Mr. and Mrs Francis Crowleyof Jeffries and family of Penney where She will undergo( Attorney for the Ig0stntl'it 8-13 Prohat No. In which It was annexnod are ae you In .the Circuit Court for
Ralford. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllix Farms. In REt" KMntn of MARY C. follows: Bradford County Florida, by
surgery. Miss Diggs was included In Certificate No. 107. Year of'pelicrfptlrtn
PJE(nOWRIC'. nnpcanodNOTirM John Lee fondi-ey.: or divorce
and son will return to make Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Her- Mr. and Mrs. LonnIe Robert the IflCB edition of "Who's Who TO rnwm-pons hereby ronulrod to '.
and
their home In Ralford In September man Sapp will be glad to know l.r.n\i.. NOTirn All crodltorn o f the estate OK of Property COM you are Jr. '
were recent guests of their Among Students Hon Daniel .
children In American liprn'iv. given tnnt on MARY C. PIRCIIOWSKI. deCeased at NW COR OF CALT. BAY serve upon
of next year. that their son. Mike, Is homeon Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Miner Universities And Colleges." the Notice 14th tiny IM of Juno lilftO! beginning are boroby notlflod and rofi niTN N IIft.IIG' WItH FT. Plaintiff" attorney, whose ads 3
Third' ]
Mr. and Mrs. Wilsoi claims or pon. N 114.3C FT. araiM" I* 807 Nnrtbwont ;
Cecil .
leave. He Is serving with the a.t comm.mltvrrnlir. required to fllo any
In nt 12 noon FttSly
Jacksonville.! a listing of campus leaders nrnolccr."o..nv demands whlrh they mny haveairalnnt Vriy 16B77 78 Ft.. Ely Street. Ocala Florida S2 70.your .
and daughters of Cairo Gawere Coast guard in California. from Town nf 1(5> Ft. tb POD. SEX2-28r-6-B. B- Aeens6. 't
more than written( /
a thousand of of Wndfnnl. Rlntn nf Wlorl.lntnx said''I estate In thn Office amrwor or
weekend visitors of Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Dolph Wllks of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sapp the natlon's Institutions of .nIl rnrtirimto" will hA sold. o pt the County Judire o.f Bradford S2-B Na.'ma which assessed W. J. higher In
and Mrs. Monroe W. Kltler. Cocoa was a Friday night supper had as weekend guests their learning on the following dwrllwd Innd.to .' County. Florida In the StudHtlll.' In said snit end''l file onmo with

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rahn hadas guest of Mr. and Mrs. John daughters. Miss Jackie Sapp T>nv the amount dim for tat.tngethernwlset Oourthoime, at EII.' rk.... Florida' All of said pronorty being In the Clerk of the Circuit 17th day Court of
within nix calendar months on or before thq .y
aallnrlneto such the County of Bradford. Stateof
luncheon guests last Friday Watts and family of the State and Miss Joey Sapp of Gaines- from the date of tho first puhll- Florida. tune 1!lRI.! wtilcn 6y' and date'
Rev and Mrs. Dolph Wilks of Farm. ville. axle and' all odvortlBltiir Corllotft. eatlon of thin notice. Kaon claim ITnleea such cortlfloato or cer- 1. hereby fixed an the return ;
Cocoa. !Mr. and !Mrs. O. B. Gordon Friends of Mrs.. Susie Dobbs Lot 1 A 2 of Hilt 4 of or demand''l must tin In writingand tlflcatea shall be redeemed acoordlnv day. of thta Notice to appear. If I :
1August
.'. Court rn Am1 A"D TInit must state the nlacn of renldenre tOo law the property de- fall to do a Default will
Jni1 TTnr1'Inor no.
In Conn T 4niZ you
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cason oJ) and family had as Sunday will regret to learn that she en- For 1lrndford. t'unnt" I"'or''n.In nr1. Mpt.C. .1Ifarrnr"''r... T.n. 7 1002 :!.RflolWVt and pout offlco address of Borlbed In ouch will certificate be! Hold. to or certificates the- be entered aalndt you for tho 'I

Daytona Beach visited theft guests her sister Mrs. Myrla tered the Gainesville Medical rPI: Esutte of W J l.I..IS JON.ER. flW''4 \ nf SWK 2 Ado the claimant an"i must. ho sworn highest bidder at the courthouse relief demanded. In the Hill\ of ,
McCloud of Center !'. JR Pormend.NOTICi7 SW 4 of RWV4 ex toi by the claimant Mi. agent or .
parents. Mrs. Alice Cason an Gainesville, and her Tuesday.Mr. TO C'nI'OITOTt'l: !' RI': Cor of door on the first Monday '"
It will booomttvoid
his ettornov. or which lathe "vntnVaV hand and officialesel '
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosier, son and family Mr. and Mrs. All rredltom of WIlllH Jones 196!!.. ""sn"..Thorn Oil err r.h..mlr.1 "n. according to law In month 2nd day of Juno of Juno 1909.I960. at Stirke my Bradford County. .'

last Saturday Winifred Douglass of Waycrosa. and Mrs. Bill Sapp had w'IIA Jr.,; who a ,1I"II.n renlili-nt Mny of DrnoHnrrJ 3. 12B "-.ont! fit VY. NY 9791100 B-Chaiincov E.B. Warner WARNER Jr.CHAUNCEY ., in. Dated this 23th day ot April, Tlorlda, this |hCl 12 day of M"V. .

Mrs. Rubye YorbrougJi was Ga. I as Saturday afternoon guest Crmnty Florida, ro 110tlflp.1 NW'/ of NW4 ex: 1A of RYex as Executor .of the Kitate, of 1909. 1959.igChrles. .

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"XT FLORIDA ALCOIiOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM



JOIN THE:. PIXIE ale 1 o i If i ir.r




That/ Generation Gap "'PLAtrO( R THE "BESTi ,"" top i c s 1.1 .


LIBRARY IN DIXIE( LAND ; By PAUL C. FOUAKKR .. 'r;

: .
Kditor. Information Services :
"Generations Apart, a major three- the at least
, study of the so-called younger generation I'uoplc who chronically resortlo humiliates her and she may become ;'
c! part "generation
those interviewed with dis- '
great whiskey: usually do so lor a a chronic alcoholic. ;
:a gap" had its' first one-hour airing Tuesday dain.It. y v great variety of reasons 1C Alcohol and narcotics, as well -.

b night' with indications that it will was notable, however, that tra- there was only one reason lora as LSD, arc thus crutches that "

'cl be well Worth the viewer's attention.In ditional standards were upheld by non- pet son's problem drinking, it are often sought by frightened( .:''

the words of one TV critic "It is college youths, while being denouncedby wouldn't be loo hard to pinpoint or humiliated people. .

., not likely-? that viewers will learn much a majority of college students.A a cure. The biggest problem is, a '

.1 more than; they already know, or suppose" Tecurrant theme expressed by the Hut there are a great many vicious circle soon develops '
people drink to excess when folks try to use this kind
about the reasons why
widening between ,
"i gap students was that money and its re- ol "escape" Irom reality. Alter "
One of the major ones is
I It the generations, but the program's approach sulting security were important to their wake "
to run tram a deep leeling ot every spree, they up more
'1 with contrasting statements parents because they had lived during humiliation und failure. humiliated than ever, so they

, from students' and parents of those the depression and knew what it meantto Humiliation usually involves a want to make another fast exit ,'.

:. same students, makes the hour one of be without. reduction from a former higher via booze-or, as tire case may :'

1' intense interest, even though rsults of "But we are products of the affluent social status to a lower level.A be, narcotics or LSD.

.: all the.talk> as is the case in most society one youth said and can therefore good example of this is the Alcoholism which develops
;; % after the age of 40 often denotes :
.
programs of this kind incon- American Indian who was originally
; are be freed from the humdrum affairs a "theoretical" or platonic husband .
lord of all he surveyed.
. elusive. everyday life go up into the or a scared wile who .-
The keynote of the hour was set by mountains pick flowers and Then westward as across the colonists our continent pushed during her menopause believesthe

, ,the youth who said, "We can't live the strum songs of protest on steel guitars. a the Indian was demoted clepuved fallacy that ability to have .

. ,same life our parents lived because Apparently it never occurred to this of his land, his buttalo, children is the main basis other ,
, we're in/a totally world. If that is feminine appeal to her mate.
new young man to consider whose hard and even ol his freedom to
All is food and
this for thought
a rathe obvious point, it is still an im- work made it possible for him to be a travel as he wished. ,makes interesting reading. But

jortantj truism for those who wonder' product of the affluent society, and Thus the Indian became exceptionally as we have stated there usually .

why things can't stay the same." who is continuing that support to makeit vulnerable to booze:! is no single cause for alcohol

The obvious flaw in this philosophy, possible for him to live in carefree because it logged his brain temporarily ism and thus rehabiliation is

however, is that the young people who abandon.If and permitted him to often rather complex. Yet, there .
scoff at the traditional values used have a throwback in his imagination are tens of thousands of tor-
as parents would cut off all allow- "'
r Nr to lire time when he excused
alcoholics around the world
standards of living by their parents, ances for a couple of months, it might r lordly rule. ir.er today who can enthusiastically

had absolutely nothing to offer to fill bring a lot of "flower children" to their Business executives today, as attest to the fact that alcoholismis
the void} ]left when these same 'stan- senses. 4ttrL: I 1"4'- well as many attractive wives, treatable.

dards are destroyed.One The Jamestown colonists had the may also resort to liquor whIm Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation

by one, their views were airedon right idea when faced by destruc- they have fallen into a lower! Program seeks to prevent

money, sex, religion, and other Values tion they decreed that those whodon't financial or social stratum.If alcoholism as well as treat it.
all of which denounced a man loses his job or a big This is the reason for maintain
were by work, don't eat.
advertising contract or any otVqr ing our large selection of lit.
status symbol he may rush erature which Is free for the

A Real Help FarmersWe've Diarythe to a bar to get drunk. And a asking.
f woman who was happy as a Just address your request for

For four bride may later find she can't Information or literature toFARP.s
has
years now a thrown
program ing away or rotting in some been fresh
been in Bradford enjoying old courthouse starting with have a baby. This severe deflation Information Services,
operating to
County Federal warehouse. berries more than ever dlAring Ttl the week of June 9. By the time
of her feminine ego Box 1147, Avon Park Fla, 33825
give food to needy persons and to thoseon There undoubtedly is some waste in the past several weeks, knowingthat ( the fall term of court rolls a-

welfare rolls. the program, mostly from ignorance of it is a long time from now round in November, it is expected -

Under the auspices of the Bradford how to utilize the foods. But health until next strawberry season. the new courthouse will .,' "
Frozen berries are pretty be in use and the court will It's a woman'sBy.
County Commission the distributionof
officials and CUBB Economic Agency -
good, but nothing can equalthe be held in aircondltioned
surplus food, owned by the Federal working through Neighborhood Service taste of fruit right from the The courtroom will comfort be- d S..if//IJU
D
Government, continues with very little Centers, are combatting that problem. field, but that holds: true for sound conditioned, too, and no r { !

notice by the general public. It involves Concensus of those administering the other varieties of produce as longer will testimony be

two County Commissioners, Chairman program is that, all in all, the good it well \ ****_ drowned out by the roar of ",

Dave Shuford and Zedra Hamilton, does far outweighs any waste that The By Sam McGarveyBut "semis" along US-301.
berry who from
growers
Martha Sue McCain
who oversees the program, and about'a might occur. all reports had a pretty good the earworm changed all **** ..

douen county employees two days a' One conclusion we drew from watch- season, are now enjoying a well- that, and today you see onlya We have a few small per- County Extension

month.It ing the food being given out : There is earned rest, but In no time at few patches planted in the simmons on our tree and Home Economics Agent

is estimated to cost the county no need for anyone in Bradford County all will be back at the grind, county, Alice is hoping that we will
..
about as raising berries is, as they It! have a sample at least of that
$3,000 a year. to go hungry. say, "a. 13-month a year crop." One of our favorite wild flowering unusual fruit. We presume, CHOOSING PORKIf individual eggs, but rarely
There is no direct way to measure Using the food program and a little though, that our wildlife tenantson should any be smaller than the

the effect it has had on the impoverished initiative, no person, no matter how The crop is**still** importantto tonia, is shrubs In bloom, called now and dauben-it Is our place have also spottedthe you judge people by the average for "Large", that's

of this area. But free food goes to poor or disabled, should ever have to the economy of the county, one of the most spectacular of fruit and that they will nip way they look at first meetingdo 2 ounces per egg. If you find
about 1,500 persona and to some 470' worry about going hungry. but it is now behind the poul- the area. The plant has vivid in just ahead of us and gobbleup the same with pork when apparent differences in egg
try Industry, which has taken the fruit before It ripens you're shopping. Consider Its sizes, chances are you'll have
households per month. Twenty-five tons There is no doubt in our mind that red flowers, borne in profusion the
completely. A 'possom is some eggs larger than ave-
over as the No. 1 agricultural a appearance as an Important -
and it thrives
was distributed in April alone. our public officials and county health activity here. Indeed, a num- roadside, ditches and along the mean looking critter, and whenit guide to quality. You rage marked on the carton, but

Hamilton terms the commodity distribution and state welfare employees are striv- ber of berry growers, within areas. Chances are that swampy if comes to stealing fruit, he'sas should choose pork that has a not smaller. And when stor-

,program "one of the best ing every day to find persons in situa- the past few years, have switched see a tourist stopped along you 301 skillful as he Is mean look- high proportion of lean to fat ing eggs, keep the large end up.
things to the tions from berries to Ing and bone. The flesh should be This will keep the yolk from
help people. where they need help. Some of poultry as a now, it is to get a closer lookat
It would be most difficult to describe 'these actually have to be ferreted out means of making a living. Act- the flowers which we take ,**** firm and fine-textured. Colorof sticking to the shell and help

the feeling one gets when he seesa to be given assistance. ually, you in can see poultry hou- for granted. Come to think of It, the 'pos the lean from In grayish fresh pork pink may to keep the eggs' natural quality
ses now practically range
poorly dressed, wrinkled, elderly per- There may be some persons in this section of the county and every more aMay som does not mind eating chicken red. Lean cured pork has a longer. To prevent off-taste,
In haven't noticed it
son make his down the county who case you either, as we caught one in color. don't store eggs next to cheese,
way long coun- are going without the food are going up every day. the price of cattle has chickenhouse typical deep pink
gone up
ter and leave with a grocery cart piled they need. But, if so, it's because their **** at the markets and for the time ago our in the act of trying some to years draga Price is not a good guide to citrus, fish or other aromatic

high with goods. But it is a sight situations have not been brought to the Years ago, by contrast, the being cattlemen are pleased.The squawking hen into the drop- quality, tenderness or nutri- things.
taxpayer should attention of the production of sweet corn chances are that house- That hen tive value of pork. The priceis
yell-
every see. proper officials. Any- ping pit. was influenced by the popularityof USE IMAGINATIONIf
As :. was important and plantings of wives are well aware of It, for ing bloody murder, and wecan't
one county employee working in one knowing of such a case has the that crop were in evidence all a cut, season of the year,
we're told that the of beef
the fairgrounds building put it, you resnonsibility to report it immediately.There over this area. Corn was king has price say that we blamed her, the amount of handling or pro- you're an older person
know this is is gone up correspondingly_ as if anyone grabbed Sam by cessing in the preparation of a cooking for one or two,
some Federal aid that is no reason anybody in Brad- here then, and we can remember at the stores. the leg in the middle of the
going where it is needed. It is not be- ford :County cannot get the food he the market platform in *.** night and tried to pull him out cut and the type of retail feature store. with jjrobably a meal. don'tl1I You _sometimestake fussing
Retail food stores often
needs. Starke being piled high with, If all goes well, the last clr- of bed, he'd squawk too, loud short cuts by combining
certain meat cuts as specials.
sweet corn and roasting ears.
cult court trials will be held in and clear. Watch for these and include canned and packaged foods.

them in your menus. But look For example, use canned
Zap and DartmouthThe for the round mark of federal tomato soup, undiluted as a

Social Security Inspection on all fresh and pro- sauce over meat balls, or with
Remember. ; cessed meat products that are quick-cookng rice to make
extraordinary. coincidence which tition. Youth has a sure sense of when its Benefits Paid shipped from one state to an- Spanish rice. Another Idea is

occurred to the New York Times, this past elders are cringing and wavering, and is To StudentsThe other. Pork is an especiallyrich to melt processed cheese over
week source of vitamin D-l and asparagus or broccoli, or blend
; underlines the and
complexity quick to take advantage. Conversely cheese with a white sauce sea-
other B vitamins and iron.
danger of the problem of youthful unrest youth is equally swift to recognize when By Alice MtGnr\ey 25 Years Ago 1969 graduating: classes of It's a good source of protein,, soned with a little mustard, and

and revolt. On Thursday that newspaper authority means business and will put our nation's colleges and universities too. serve on toast or crackers.Or .
carried" a feature,article on colleges where with no foolishness. up is unique in one .respect. build a meal around canned
there appeared to be little student ten- Everybody worked in Starke copal Church, with diplomas This wll be the first June grad STOKING EGGSIf corned beef hash made into

sion or bent for trouble the That 25 years ago "or else". given to all who had attended uation class that is made up patties and grilled with a slice
featuring is why we wish that more college Because of the man-power classes eight of the ten days. partially of students whose, en- you buy a carton of eggs of pineapple on top. Or use
University of North Dakota. One day lateran authorities and more judges had done shortage of the war years any The Beginners Class was lead tire four years of college expenses graded by the U. S. Depart- canned macaroni or spaghetti

estimated 2,000 students, including what has just occurred in the Dartmouth able-bodied man who had no visible by Miss Ruth Thompson with !was supplemented ,by ment of Agriculture, do you expect in cheese or tomato sauce, com-
large numbers from this same university, College case. There the college obtaineda means of support was con- Barbara Jean M.lyhugh and social security benefits. them all to be the same bined with ground meat, tuna,

wrecked the business district of the small court injunction against student sidered !a vagrant in Starke and Jeanette Coss helping. Bill Fisher, Field Representative size? They don't have to be. cut-up cooked;. chicken or ham,
North Dakota town of Zap. pation of occu- round'2d-up by the police. One Mrs. Virgil Young, Mrs. Er- of the Gainesville Social For example, in a carton of dried beef or frankfurters and
a building. The students ignoredthe win Powell and Miss Hazel baked to blend flavors. Look
,
weekend 26 men were hauled In Security District Office, states eggs labeled "Large", all the
This coincidence underlined still more. injunction, were removed by the and !although only two were Fields conducted the Primary that social security benefits eggs together must weigh at into your refrigerator and on

It showed the extent to which permissiveness police and 45 were given 30-day jail sen- jailed over night the rest were groups. have been paid to students between least 24 ounces. They may be your pantry shelf and use your

and unrestraint in American so- tences. In short, they were treated like fined $5 even though they were Ilev. Fred Yerkes lead the 18 and 22 years of age some slight variation between imagination.

ciety, the failure of school authorities to the adult lawbreakers they were. not without funds but because Juniors and Rev. Grover Allison since January 1963. In order to

end the trend towards unlawful campus they were not employed. The the Intermediates.work done in qualify for such benefits the

disorder, the failure of public authorities We have repeatedly stated our belief slogan was of all"sweep who the streetsclean" to the Exceptional Crafts Department was and the student must be entitled on the

ta ra Jc e it unequivocably clear that all that the time has come to rectify the many be unwilling to work.appeared products created formed basis /work record of a retired, disabled -

public disorder will bring swift and sure legitimate complaints, which students for an exhibition held in don- or deceased parent.

countermeasures, open the door to greater raise against higher education. These demands Many service men were coming junction with the graduation ex- "Benefits can be paid for too the If
vacation period
Whit- summer
erclses. Mrs. Herbert
are back home wounded or unwell -
supported
and greater danger. by a large
majority ney, Mrs. Margaret Post and the student Is to resume- full-
of the and the hospitals not only
Regardless: of what some others may law-abiding college population. But were dedicated to helping them Mrs. Ruth Saunders were in time attendance In the fall., ;;SI
'
the! time is past when America must put well but also in charge, with Merry Beth Fisher said. He pointed out i
say, we firmly believe that most of the get keeping i E1138
up with fascistic, Ku Klux Klan-type of them happy and occupied duringthe Knight and Mary Weldon assist.- (however, that students now receiving -
campus lawlessness which has afflictedthe action and thinking by student radicals process. social security pay-
ing.Rev.
United States during the past several particularly the misnamed Students for a Junior Red Cross members Charles 11. Allen, new ments and who drop' cut) of

years would hot have occurred had the Democratic Society. Zap shows of the throughout the country were pastor of the Presbyterian school without any Intention of
one dean of the '
Church, served as should the S.MC
re-entering, notify
asked to collect materials that BOt tlri
students been shown that such dangers. Dartmouth shows T Lets 60
early acts one of the could be used In handcrafts. school and Barney McRae assisted social security office at once.
would be immediately met with punish- remedies. -Tlte; ch: >; tlan Scfence Monitor Mrs. VV. R. Morse, head of the Mr. Allen with recreation Anyone needing information

ment severe enough to discourage a repe- Junior Red Cross of Bradford about these benefits or any

I t County, was asked to provide other social/ security matter
Items which the local Juniors With Our Men In Service should contact Fisher at the
Mr.
By Lynn Hamilton of Southern
Marine
... (1944)) ,
The Bradford .
County Il- : 25 peices of green bamboo, 25 Old Agriculture Building on
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED pieces of dried bamboo, three Joe C. Ricks, Carpenter'sMate Temple Avenue from 9:30: until TEACH: CHILDREN of the water. Another important
c I =-:;- dozen cattails, three bushels of 3-c (somewhere in Eng- 11:30: 'a.m. any Monday or TOIATEK SKI safety. menu i. a life jacket! or
;.....: i; gourds, three dozen, cigar boxes land) discovered that his bro- Thursday. ski belt.
Jesse in 40 hildren(: naturals for water.
1879 $ five pounds leather scraps ther was camp only are The dry land !hniqlie U mostiiere.
-1 ,, (such as old belts and pocketbooks miles away. Naturally they hada tiling They .adapt. vrry easily tollie .. .ful in trashing children the
... muMereil.
reunion with all that means to apart urnl hating it. fundamentals. of water ikitng. To
) ten of old silkor
O.Bi i614Order pounds WNOIS .they, will the fun.
never outgrow
annulate the of
two brothers who had not seen feeling!! being pulled
25 whole
rayon garments, TAME.. Tlir moat important, thing for ailulil
In thy word. rhiM
by holding
powerboat
a a
MIMI/n my steps leaf palmettos and 50 old tooth- each other for a long time. I learning ta ski i It up
-Psalms( 119:133): ). Lt. Richard Thede, his wife wMEN THE RAINS Tom properrquipnlrnt Our- a low rope should be lowly pulledup
brush handles. unortling to
i
FLORI A ESS \Ve may question not only A movie dlplciting the evils of and young son, spent 15 days In CAME ? win| .a forim, water. Hki, ilianipionanil ; position by hi.lo in.lruitor a Mantling from one.a sitting Ilia

how to bring order into our juvenile dellquincy, entitled Lawtey on a furlough from Camp it I t 1 1 / now advisor ta Kvmrude: Molor knee, should be between hi. elbow
AS SO 1 TON affairs lives "Where Are Your Children?" Gordon Johnston. i II li *. and hit anus out. straight in the
minds our ,
,
our
Sgt Iterance J. Cox, Jr. of It i i. .u mintitke ta try unil I teach
Hurling
but where to begin. It has been was playing at the Park The- Lawtey was serving with the .a child la .ki un .adult equipment.Tlii After repeating po.ilion. This procedure a

said that we always have to With schools closing in 9th Air Force Troop Carrier kit are too lug and the child number. of time., the I,hil.ll. ready
circum- early will druggie to. tiny in the luiidingn, for Dorwin
from to deep which
work center Command in England. They water start
.
May, Vacation Bible Schools ,being nnalile. li> uland. up in Ih. .... recommend the dock Be.rause .
ference. So the outer order Hew giant C-47 "Skytrains"with over .tart.
we also and closed Darwin, j. thatIhr
opened early. A good rule '
rays child i. he should
E. L. MATTHEWS. Edltor-Pubiteber a light! ju.t
long for must have its begin- The Presbyterian and Episcopal troops in airborne infantry I ki. should. not ba 1 much lallrrthan of the
and
Published each Thursday: and entered M flecoaj Sgt. Earl L. Carter, son of pop up on lop water you
ning within us. Let the Christin churches combined to form the ilnlil. Snug binding are don't need a high powered motor
CUM. Matter at the FM< Office at Starke, Florida us give us the necessary one Vacation Bible School. Mrs. Charles L, Carter, spenta n en.enlial.He to pull him. You may even need lo
under Act of March 3rd, 187.. direction":'.Then take a step to Worship services were held in recent furlough home. He alao .nggeiil., that. you pit'k.unity a throttle b...... When just beginiing. ,
Tech- Jay. when the water it warm
In trade 1 as." Outside the Presbyterian Church with had just graduated from I"r it i. best for someone to ski 1 along
8ultHrlpCloo artat
year ; make the idea of divine ordera nical Training School at Atlanta 4 to teach. .a .'hil.llh.) .purl. It ahoulil side. to ...i.1 him.
trade area: 1 year, 15.50 reality in our affairs and in Rev. Fred Yerkes in charge. Ga. Ordnance Depot as anhonor I he fun not in iinpleaianl, experience. He will soma he an expert. according
our lives. The closing exercises of the student. Could it be you? Forest area A child learning. to .ki, should to llorw if he ju.t remember i
school were held, in the Epis- cause floods! be able. to swine and not tir afraid "Arm. .....ilhl. Knee henl."

f 1 Way 22, 1969 -

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Services Held

For Henry LaporteIn

St. Edward's

E 1Henry ,

Laporte 76, of Starkc,

died Friday May 16, in
hospital after an extended ill

ness. He was born in Connecticut
,
l on Oct. 18, 1892; was a retired 1.. : '%.. .
merchant, and .a member .of St.Edward's :: ,;'.;.. :
(t." I
Catholic Church.surviving .
Michael O'BrienRegional
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ManagerFor :; is his wife, Lea EVERGREEN BAPTIST
Laporte, of Starke; two daughters CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LAWTEY. CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST! CHURCH CHURCH OF JESUS: CHRISTOF

Maytag Co. Mrs. Florence Corderre CHURCH Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Monjin Sunday: Bible Study 10.a. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng LATTER-DAY SAINTS

and Mrs. Babierme Langlois Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Youth Worship. 11:15.: SunderNight Morning Worship and Communkm Worship 11 a. m.; Evening ((416 East Call St.)

Michael W. O'Brien has been .both of Putnam, Conn.; .one son Worship Service. 11 a. m. Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir .Prl
named regional manager for Lionel H. Laporte .of Thompson. Evening Service 7 p.m. tice Wednesday 8 p. no. 125, northwest of Lawtey.-Bev. .w\Ices(; 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday Sunday School. 10:00:( ); Sacra

the Maytag company's Rich Conn.; a brother Leo Laporteof Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer Rev Robert D. Buroh B. L. Bennett pastor.. : Worship service T -.Rev. J. C. Heaters, pastor ment 11:00: Branch President,
mond Va. branch Including 28 Grosvenoidale Conn.; eight Meeting. p. III. Minister Jack, P. Boll Dean Hansen 9646278. '

counties in Virginia, Pennsylvania grandchildren, >and 13 great Thursday Night Prayer Meeting PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL:
West Virginia, and Mary grandchildren. In church, 7:3: p.m. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH .. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Sl.Ialday-9:45: a. m. Sunday K1NGSLEY LAKE BAPTisT

land.A Youth Service Friday right Highway 100-A Worship 11 .a, m. Pre-Ser CHURCH School 11:00: a, m. Morning CHURCH .

native of Coral Gables, Mr. 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 .a.m. MornIng vices (Booster Band Young Schedule of service: Sunday Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training .

O'Brien Is married to the for- The Rosary was recited at Ivy Luke Pastor Worship, 11. Training Union People and Prayer Service). 8 School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Union, 7:00: p. m, Evening Worship. Union 10:15: a.m. Morning
mer Flora Slade of Starkc. He 7:30: p.m. Sunday tilt DeWitt C. 8. p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m 10:45: a. m. Training TJa- Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship -
7 Evening Worship
holds a B. S. degree in business Jones Funeral Home. Services SMYRNA: i\USSU\AKV p.m. 8 Midweek Service Wednesday ion., 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday ::3U Prayer Services 7:30: ,p. m. Mld-weeK Prayer
administration from Florida were held ,at 9 a.m. Monday In BAPTIST CHURCH 'Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. 1:.::15. Mid-Week Prayer Service: 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service. Wednesday 7:30: p.
Lovett.ipastor.
'p.m. Rev. Virgil .
State University and was for St. Edward's, Catholic Church W3 W Pratt St. Sunday services : .- pastor. W6dnesday.( 7:45: p. m. night-1:00: ,D. m. Family night. m. Come let us worship togsthar.wxxX'Xx .
merly operations manager fora with Father Edward Kirby off : Suiidny School, 10 a. m.

utility subsidiary In Washington elating. Interment was in Crosby Preaching 11 n. m. Training ri;;

D. C. before Joining May. Lake Cemetery Unl,'J1, 5:43: ; p. in. Evening: Woxhlp 2f;; ,jo

tag. 7 m. E JORDAN MISSIONARY
'cnole'Icome.
; :*: ::: :*:::::W: : > -Elder p. A. O Flynn pastor BAPTIST MISSIONU. ..;.. :>:>:Mxx-Hx::!:aja::! :!: :;::::*::::::::::::::;jjjii:::::::::;:::::::::: :j:E:1!::::1EErjiiEi::::::::::::: :::::: :::::::::::::=::: iEimEEE: ::::::::::::::::::::1:!::i:1:::::: :::::::::::::::;1jmj:: ::::1Eiii11:::::;:::::.; ......

1 S. 301 North, behind Taste I: 0 t: I' ITJ


I r DeWitt; C. : Funeral HomelX ': ST.sunday MARKS services JrJ: +!!rnPAL: 8:30: a.m., School* ,Preez 11 10 a.m.a.m.Drive and Worship 7 In.p.m.Sunday prayer Service I. I A SYMBOL OF SAFETY I II


Holy Erc'.iarl'! t. 9:43: Church Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. N ill .
t School. II : Family Service.: -Leroy Olive pastor; E. L.GrlffLs. .
STARKE {t i:1: iii When the ship is in danger, we can depend on the Isle-boats to take us over i gj 1.: ::
Holy E'lelinrM!!:! t l.st end :3rd associate pastor. x. .:.:.'. ...... '.
X PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE 1''ti 1 Sundays; M-miing Prayer, 2nd, ti'! the seas to safety. It is comforting to glance at the life-boat when the seas :1im:::':jj ::11 .

and) 4th Sllnd 1VS. ::::::: :::::: :;
f:: ::::: are rough. ::;!|::: :of;:

I O' STREET fJ i1 Our Armed Services are a symbol of/ safety when our country is in trouble 1i.!;!!:!: Y
HEIGHTS MAD .4 ..
LIILKCI1: ; OF GOD ..;. ...... ":.:.:. ..
: BAPTIST CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. 4' :i iii when war threatens to raise its ugly head. In the past when war has come, ,' :ii:: ::

1{ PHONE 473.3176 :: Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship rti our servicemen have not hesitated' "to give; "their 'lives to protect. and; defend, ".. : ''i#!
Services 11 n. m. and 7:30: p.
at 11. Youth
\\\ Choir Morning Practice.Worship!' 4:30.: Youth Fellowship m. Prayer Meeting, Falday 7:30p. : : ::::::: There is a special Day each year when we remember and honor our service I::1:1:1:: ff

&::&ftMX:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:::::.:::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. Supper 5:45.: Training pastor.HOPE. m.-. Rev. Chester! J Siiouppe: 1111!:! men who have died in the defense of our blessed country. Let us not forget as !@ {{!

6:15. WMU Prayer Circle
Union : i 'individuals; ; to honor these dead and give 'thanks to God for those who protect' 1 M I
[:Ii g: 7:15.: Evening Worship 7:30.:
/11' J;; Monday! RA meeting; 6:30.: It.lPlIST CHURCH -I ::1i::: us even now. Remember them as you attend church this week E:::::
(Highway 100 at Theresa)
'ii l. fP Wednesday Prayer Meeting
./ f 'I'' Sunday School-10 a. m. 11i! .. .. f1i!
( / 7:30.: Business Meeting, U, .
"
? lciffe \ Morning\ WOl'sh1p-U a, m. : y if' .. "'" '/. u- .' :ii:: :8
(( /, I"t"j<; Church Choir Practice 830.: ::;: f .. :
Training Ur.lon-ti:30: p. m. / ,
'
Thursday Sunbeams and! t Wi: ;Y/l." ... ; mi11
r' GA's, 3:30.: Evening<< WOl'sh117:15: p. m. ., :.:.: ..... .... ., .... .:.:':

.t.leJrled WrL e 'ff ";?; {" I Wednesday-7:30: .p,Night in Prayer Rev. Merle Services : :f.::. .ii...11i..!. ,.!,;, ..... v'" 1 ".. .- .tii...:. ;..;..

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH \ \
Pa-ckhwn, pastor \\hZ
STARKE

.JI/; diJI 7leJIlei :'St II
f f w Sunday School 9:45.: Morning FIn.'I's."FaUU.Y OF GOD r ,

Wcrshlp: at 11; sermon, "The OF STARKE )L.
Inner Man." Ohurch Council Wc-st Weldon St. and Raiford I r rS
Providing the finest in professional nursing care for Meeting 5:30.: Training Union, Road ,

convalescent, geriatric, chronically ill, long-term and 615.: Evening\ Worship 7:31): ); Sunday School: 10:00: a. m.
sermon, "My Defense Is of 11 ::00.1 m Morning Worship:
post-hospital; patients. Inquiries and visits invited. God." ':00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00P :

:Monday: Staff Prayer, Time m. Evangelistic Services. >> '" <<

Certified for Medicare patients. 9 a.m. (Monday through 'Fri' Wednesday: 7:00 p.m. Midweek is ist

day). Youth Choir Practice 7 Pl'a riveting: :I1II 1IIIj I''

1000 SOUTHWEST SIXTEENTH AVENUE GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA 32601 p.m. New River Association Ex. Pastor: T. E. Calle3'UJoILUIWXS 1IIIr\ % .... j
.. 'f > ., ':0.
TELEPHONE AREA CODE ((904))376 2461 ecutlve Beard Meeting, 8 p.m : A""f"-'W'. S5 ;r
: !1)1)
1 i1 ,
Tuesday Junior Choir Sunbeams .,
; ,
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g" :$
3:30: pm. Primary Choir CIU'RCH. HIGHWAY 16 N. ::: E::::: "'" ,:::: ;:;. I
AN AFFILIATE OF UNITED CONVALESCENT
HOSPITALS. INC.
GA Wednesday 4:15.: 'Prayef Meeting, Sunday:, School, 9:43: '0.. m 11 11i111 The Ctiunh It God's appointed' ogtncy in this world for spreading hi( knowledge of Hit lore C.\1S T1lt/)- ii1iiii } ,;

HOTICt OP TAX SALt 7:30: pm. Church Choir Practice Morning Worship. 11. Training :#y ::::::. lot mnn and of His demand lot man to reipond'to thai'love by loving. his neighbor. : ;; E::::: yi:: t
8:15.: '1'-v'\'i\ Union n';an< i m U'wning'fp T- ::; i:::i this grounding in the lore ol God no government' or looelv" or way ot' ifs .. Q :::::1: .
Nolle t. h.r.br tt.o that... th. 28th Aft or Ns7. 1969 *t Lavtr, ::1'f: t the. *:ao. M"o''eelt Pr83"1 of:'rice :r;: :t11 persevere and the (fiMdomi which we hold so dear will ,inevitably perish. .' Wl'hoylill'. : ; #:::S:
.:\Intp or Bradford ",,"t* of Florida. tai _!> *.rU rh.t.. olll b. sold \ 7:30.: : m
FIRST UNITED: METHODIST :: (from a lelflih point, ol view, one should support! the Church for the sake ol the 1 i1. I iof
on th* following 4*>crlb4 land to pet tho ittiount dye for tia heroin ;: ::1:1i:: .
,.., oDcovito the ..U, toffothar with oil oot of emoh ..!. **nd all d- STARKR: lli \ I I. Tommy Howe, Pastor ::::. :::::: himielf and hit femil,. Beyond that, however, ...., pawn ihould uphold ii;:::::;: :.

v.rtl.ln.* SundayChurch School, 9:45: ;"::, 1:1:1E.:: ticipate' in 'the Church becauii il' tells 'the truth' about man's lilt death and dairy; the ) m:::
(;i\IIAM KAPTIST r slily
Morning Worship, 11 ; Youth CHUKCH; ::: :f:1i:1::;: truth which alone will. stl' him. free 'to live as a child ol' God E1i:!: :
Sunday School, 10 a. m. :Morn tCotanon, Adv. Sir..
Council, 5 MYP Snack
p.m.;
3iorlptlonof Aaount ofT .nr;; Worslilp 11 .a. m. and- 7 p
.. Supper, 6; Evening Worship, '
Fred
l** HI.UPV l Johns pastor
.
Land 0
7:30.Monday -- Jr. Girl Scouts, ;NEW III\'En BAPTIS1-' 1 1I

a-tsr or RAILROAD 3:15.: Suuaay :School: 10 a. m. Morn

Lot 6 Ilk 7 H I Ooel.br 30.11 Tuesday-Jr. Girl Scouts 3:15.: tog Worship, 11 a. m. Training

Block 12 warn ...**.F 6.dN < Wednesday Prayer Meetingand 'Jnlca, 7 p. m. Evening Worship,
Bible Study 7:30.: H I p in. Wednesday night service -
66.66' Blk It Thur.duyChancel Choir Rehearsal 7:3i: m. Everyone welcome
N 66.66' Elk 6 Clifton pr.v.tt 20,?( p. I i ij
7:45.Trade: L. L. Parker, pastor.FIItSI' .
Block 17 Marvin loalar e 7.:

I.. at n 70' W of NV Oor St.St CIiHISn.'UVRCII: STARKE "66"SERVICE f'!
L.AI .... N 60' W )0' 1 At HomeFor j FAULKNER HURST SHELL
Sunday Service: Sunday I
60' To L*k. AT* I )0' to >.. Marvin. Rolr 29.O5:
School 9:45: a m Morning Worship -
S. of Bin 2UNi 1 GULF SERVICE SERVICE ::
10:45: 1m.. Evening Ser
of BIN 25 Mttl. Cartr 13.*: Your Own Sake
vice 0'30 m. :Midweek: Bel'
p.
DIM Lot 7 Lx I 200 n Oort buion> 21.1C and Community Progress Ph. 964-7231
: AND Bill Edwards -
lice, Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
CO. S4 Cor Clog Lot 7 aWl. IOn
Sit Lin. To H.r 200 3 ..OO.To ........ ... ,. .... ...... Charles Reese, minister I Tire Tru-ing :r;
.. ....
: U-HAUL RENTALS
FOB Ex C 200' Dbri Canaan ,.,,' ::::::::: ::: ::: : ::::::::::::;::::::::

IAST' Of RAILROAD ;: Ifr:1 r: BA YLESS CrfORCH HIGHWAY Headlight Adjusting y
: ,LPJ LfiASS\ BAPTIST Truck Trailer Brake Service r3
=
15' Lot 6 a t 511' Lot 7 X Clxlr Kartor 9.8. :: ;:; I.

,K,' Lot lOA Jo'yo. a 3pll 9."; :: FOR EVERY PURPOSEIttirrors :;: acting Sunday Services; School at.10 11.a.m.Trailing fro. Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and 3M

Lot 8,9.10,11. a 12 Blk 1)Coi .t"l\t.. \ Ha. Jo rn- .jj1 1 tjnlon; 6 p.m.'Evening Service : Minor Tune-Ups Alignment i
.
on Bald 11.ZC 7> Midweek Prayer Meetln('. # 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
SA Cor: Lot 15 km Nl,. Along ;: FOR EVERY PURPOSE Wednesday.. 7:30.: Everyone wel :::::;'::''\''. 5
W Bdrr Lot 15 200' to FOB
/ilir on wtarr 62,7)' Q loS*. ::: ::.: come. Rev. George E.. Cro- PHONE 964.5899 All Minor, Repairs
12 ,
ill On S Sirj Lot 13iA;. .7)' '' SEAS. ,
pastor.HA.MP10.N.
fit 1'0 FOB Joyo* 1.. williH '.OC ;j: j: well 24-HK. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke f
i
Lot 2 Blk 16 rt7 Klttl. 1.6C 1 GLASS CO. 11 STARKE BUILDERS <:

Co. 34 Cor Lot 17 IM)0'0' CIIKISriANCUL'KCIl f Hlway 301 and 100 sr
160' For B... IM)106." I 100* ::: 3'7-4H5--.n1..4353 ::: .' SUPPLIES Inc. #
3 )106' 100' To B.. HI* St.t. 110.... ;;; I 1313 I M W. 4th PlaceInvesting Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning : LAWSON 1
Ins aO.6
::: Gin' 'YI''' ::: Worship at 11: Evening Featuring Ace Hardware !10 S. Temple Starke '0;
I.. m. Cor N 130' Lot 35 S 50' ::::::':::::::::':" ': .;;....:...:::11= Worship, 7:30.: Rev. Carl :; MEAT MARKET #
lo B I: 50' '0' N 50' To ::;: Complete Paint Supplies
80S Hid Btt Ho.. Clarke, pastes!
InaW. 17.90 :i::3>. and Sporting Gooda AND COLD STORAGE

I '0' of 150 of *' Bin ..* IItd et t. Ko.: .. fo'lHS'f BAPTIST CHURCH : "Check With Us First" Slaurbter.
Inc 2.20 H.VMP1ON: DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialize In Custom

Con. NJ Cor At port Lot 18 lot Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn } 219 Washington St. 964.5270 ing. Cutting and Wrappingti:
Or .St 3 21'"' (: ZkO' M 27.' V 60' Worship at >: MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Freeze .*
ing 11.
S It' M (-' II 90' tf 120' Ta Iii D. .xt'F 3.80 Training
Union, 6::30. Wednesday n1ihtPrll'er
... 200* t of HJ Cor Lot 20 I ;' WHOLESALEPhone j ;
,200' S 100' 4 200 IU00' To IN Hr* W J Chn...5 Meeting 7:30: followedby .... 24-Ft. Wider :"
r choir practice. Starke Nur- ILORIDJ#
:: ; 964.7059 !
V 55' Lot 2 --tJt 26A TIIo..I.n 17.35 :;
ing Home service, 2:45
: p. m.
r Also 12Ft. Wide
tot 27 T J Al........ 1.60 sM Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. f EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD

,co. Id COT Lot 11 Bun I 721 N ,3 MOBILE HOMES I
P"1H'!" roc B*. I 80* N 3O> N80 '. CALVARY BAPTIST .
.a3O' nnr N.rt.bb.ron. r Sunday School ONiROL
10
a. m. Morning ::11
X110 Campers and Trayeltrallera COUNTY
Worship 11 a, m. Training
Cos 3K Cow Lot 18 Bun M 325
Tor D.. Bun I 20 II Jl' Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Service ;s; AOeUMULCa. Keystone Heights TELEGRAPH t
C0. 351' to lag ... 7 ::30, Prayer Meeting Wed
coin ) in (jnlerprjses III
Roe 3.W uesday, 7:30: p. m..-Rev. R. H.
where significant changes i and Lake Geneva Ph. 473.4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES
Fla. -
539 Call St.
E. Starke
Co* 34 Cor Ilk 21 I 721* II Butler, pant- -
to be
&r7' Par B. I 80* I 107 appear
II. eo' 3 107, To 8.. Call Dwo.... I.." setting new trends Phone 964.5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERS I

Fr fly.v1:; of N J35' tot 31 ,Alb .;.... mn.Allna DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ::$;: .:
.'1". 2.70 Objective: CapitalAppreciation i Inspections and Estimates ADDING MACHINES
BROOKER BRADFORDABSTRACT .
{ Lot in Cor Lot *2 22*> Possibilities I
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning -
On I a 257' Nat On W r .
bf 10W MMbi II T 1.*. 12)0 Worship, 11 a. m. Training
For Prospectus: Contact CO.
Unlion 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser EDWARDS. i
or Blk 114e s* t 150' a 1 WILLIAMSJEWELRY
r>* Dnnl Scion7.115 r---------, vice, 7:30.-Rev.: Lacy Conway ,

0 1 Aar Lot "J Mwrd Jon.. 6.IS i ri "WTAMHICA$ SICUHITHS, 'yet t "Mstor.. Better Service For Your Grocery and Market

5o St Cor Ill 52 !>. II 300for S MUTUAL FUNDS r Groceries Meats Feed
B*| d 1100' I 272.22 I 1 INFORMATION CENTER J iI JJailii.nv.ll Airpark: BaptUt Church Title Problems i ;i
00* I 272.22' Ta B.( ,AlMrtlM will* I In Sunday School. 9H5: a.m.; Morn .. Official Class Rings :r
t... 1'." Tlse MALL : GAS AND OIL
? I un Gull ld., C, tag Worship 11:00: a.m.: Evening Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts .;
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po. .BB..Car. H 100 Lot 52 B II 70 572.IB' B 100' I n.n4, JJ07 I Worship 7:00: p.m.: We J BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys Edwarda.. :
Ipor T. ... Prayer Meeting and Bible
loa'Uro Villt I study Title Insurance :
a _. 1'..90TJk 1 a Gentlemen Delta Trend:Ploaa'Fund mail me a I I II 7:00: p.m Study on Book of 142 W. Call St. Starke IT. S. 301 South Stark ;
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lot a Lta. sod nr iwrr Pealms. Nathan .&. ,
1j 1t I II Modliag. 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 ;;
without
T. I5105 ,.. I.. I obligation. pwtor. Everyone Welcome. Phone 964.7064 PHONE 964-5312
ioj a <>. .1.11\- RN 57M ,
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1K >l.*4 -Ua4 I _me I EVERGREEN BAPTI9XNo.rth.TO3l' CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE Inc. ;
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: -- I r Morn111 Worship, 11:15. Sunday .:

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day .t Juna A.D. L 96 f .* .n* ota, "-11 CUr .t Ba****>. oratr
of ....oIto2<<. BtolUofI ItariY. M> **,{>>. sell M for *ax*. T : ,. dump road leaves SR 18 Is tc '
-nrw..w wra itailiar MM Ul *o*.. ft man be provided! by the county It Pool Firm Offers EZERACnS TYPEWRITER

.. .".at."- an .dt.rtt R A on* of LkSw HAMPTON was agreed at the meeting, and I'Free VacationTo PAPER MImeo Paper Bond

.. HN. a Culvert: for the parking area Paper Notebook Filler -
..... _..... ... _.. :ailfl6 ClIo.... Bradford County Telegraph.
to tho
city ballflclcl west of
." iro1 .r a>, .* r H ., A% 14 M f'tt) tj-{ itoM oat.... !"."I Iaj7 By Mr*.. D. B. DinPRINCIPAL Hampton, to keep parked earn Area ResidentsNational ?

LEGAL, FORMS. Bradford
I'"* 9t 170' ot ** ot iii
'off the road
0)96-Y.i II '.. ,. Pool Builders Inc.
IIWF 16 __ o._n 1 lap! "OIII.u.u I County Telegraph Ph.
odir Clearing cement forms!, an,1pourlllJ. Jacksonville based swimmingpool 964-C30S.
>.B.lot t of elk B In 0lOTOo4 BOJJ77 Mljlr 0 mo._. N.71 ets
RETIRING: ( cement for.llitnew !sidewalk construction fIrm Is offering -

--Oo. 1020 Pt M Pn* BB COP of Avfof -- TO IIF. HONORED to llnmplrui Elementary a free( week-long vacation In
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ewteMN115P.N301116 re a 30 n TO FOB : a n' t( JbaabMn aUorII Springtime Is swiftly passing. strong, for I have fed Orphlno Mrs IWniircrii Pmil, principal School was slm'I"d In. the last the Bahamas to two local area

foul r *.93 soon the June roses will be In well, kept him warm and clean of Hampton Klrmontnry School two werlcv hy cnunly wnrkPnt.The residents who will be winnersof

,2M8--B y 107.1' 'To FOB. Oont 8 18 Dog ;i bloom Breezes blow,.robins singI I took him to the Vet for shots for the last two years, will be ,sldr walk will run from thn a special! contest being con-

Dog. 70," /13x2,6'.Ioe'h.: D*- bake cookies visit my son and to see if he should have guest of honor at a covered Y junction nl. the east end of ducted >by the pool firm a.1 a

I 176*. B 72 Dog 11 27' To FOB wife and grandchildren. My worm medicine. The vet said hews dish .supper at the school Saturday ; town In( the school public service promotion for
I Bx B/W IMS J 1Mau: ,r US." 24 Present for last week's meetInpr citizens
life is one long Hiollday. : In excellent condition. evening May at 6:30: ; residing In this area.

.".IICoo: ot Cor wf Baa Bun His islandslift were city officials, Mr. i
Nit .18 !I know not where the
W Just stopped to answer
Dag Bin 950 IB p.m."Everyone
B 30 Normftn. and N Lloyd construction;
Dag W Mont Bft 1320. .N 72 D.5 telephone. Hal My line is all Is Invited. say W, II. Maxwell James ,

10)9' '1'o'W ll/W of Hwr 301, B Their fronded palms in air: PTA workers" who arc sponsorIIIR Total receipts for April for the manager for the company announced
18 Dag .Along W M/W Of n' 12 a m"'L"_. connected somehow with the r
.. cannot drift the event "Bring your fav- city were lli2$2,11:( from citrniTtle that the vacation wouldbe
A. .... 1.- I only know I next town wires Evcrytlme! Mt.
,' >*rtl OilOardn.r Beyond His love and care Summit dials my telephone= orltp tllsh- coffee and tea and tux, and $120 utility tax an all-expense tour to Freeport Ask

I"O-A--Ooo ., SB Oor of NW* ef ut And Thou O Lord I by whomare rlncs. Sometimes Is fun to talk desert will be provided by the Mrs! Lillian! Intfnlath. city on Grand Bahama Island,

W 335' For FOB, W 100', M 21 PTA," clerk ropoiled. Total dl.burse. and would Include round-trip Charles
Da.lCtl1, a 100', B 21 Dag W seen to people. Just now it was a :
111' 'To FOB n' 2. Jautlnte 0 Thy creatures as they be, farmer 'who wanted the elevator Mrs. Paul is! completing her ments were $470,,-$ltm for tree Jet air transportation directly

lt.87 Forgive me if too close I lean tO grind him 500 Its. of sow feed eighth! year in Hampton and removal $(li ifi for .street( lights? from Jacksonville, deluxe hotel E.

>''58--l Lot 100 Pt 3q In SS Car of My human heart on Thee! | the elevator and put until Fhe became: principal, $234: for .salaries, $"iO for recreation accommodations and breakfastand
So I called
II of B 1 W Top S/D n' tt 1.oh.rOr..tor4 2,73 Freeport
elk 1 woikc-d its librarian and in dinner each day In -
Whittier special
the order in Ha! He will getit Johns
l"e"A.8'SS:: f of Lot 3 21* The above is taken froma education with students! in NEW; PTA OFFirmS: tour of the Freeport and, _
.." 16 D.2S 25" poem at noon. Its was a. pleasure to
._.. alII" and
Vernon shopping tour
all Parmentcr
? grades. She has continued was recently Lucaya area, ,
) B 'To S lino of Boo longer "Eternal Good
9 72 Dag poem help the busy farmer. My pup
21 W To. FOB 5' -'77 A 0 Carter It." ness." It seems so to fit my life tied out back now but when he with sonic class work In readingin elected president of green fees at the Kings Inn About This Question:

2 J2 7-lot 3 of elk 20 In N Bano BO all* p Willtra. ".ft now a wiasw! -alone. Seems I Is In and the telephone ringshe addition to her(! duties as Hampton Elementary School Golf Course In Freeport. "Property. tallies tend to

will principal the last two years. She PTA, for the IJ!) ')I7Dchool; increase thru inflation. The
I know .
Just "God you
doesn'tknow
say he
Blk 1 In OahaganSO gets so excited
a"a- lot Bl 3It'/"ot Will la .,...... Jr '.)11, take care of everything' BeforeI want to do but bite feet.I has asked for a transfer and term, and F., W, Hodges: vice- "Any resident of this area, addition of color TV beat

will be working librarianand president Mrs. Paul M"ng wa within about a 60 mile radius' and furniture
as motor new -
start to drive, I ask God tome In his: rugs
a"S.. 22 of Blk: 1 In Oahagan :have a stick I put
S/D Bobart la.. 11.11 be with me, and please God mouth for him to !bite on and he reading teacher at the Mid- namsd! treasurer, and Mrs. Edward of Jacksonville will" be eligibleto and appliances all

dle School In Starke next Saxon secretary. win this trip Lloyd said. 'tend to increase insurable
8D God! don't let anyone hit me. I rule. year.
2551*- Lot 6 of Blk 1 In Oahagan lets my feet alone, as a
Bx B/W Bobart J,.. X13 ask God to help me raise the But sometimes the telephone ROAD MAINTENANCEIS :. : VBS PLANNEDFOR "There will be no obligation on values. Does the CharleyE.

1,67--tot 3 of Ilk 2 In Oahogan BD LOYIFt-! : 2.15 garage door I lam eo short 'and rings so often that he leaves his COUNCIL; TOPIC JUNE: 16-20 the part of any entrant and Johns Agency/ advisea
Road maintenance in A five-day Vacation Bible! nothing to buy, but entries will
the door so heavy 'as the spring Hampton reapprasial of values at
stick and bites slippers un-
my
Iel--Lot.. 2U.25 of Blk t In Oahagan3D was discussed at Hampton: School scheduled; for June If.- be limited to one per family each renewal time be
.I to
0oeaSlt Taylor ? Is broken I must use a short tlll I yell "Oh!I" right In the telephone
City Council meeting Mondayevening : 20 at Hampton: Baptist Church, This is an all-expense package certain his clients adequately
board to push it all the up. ; are -
In Oahagan BD rib I. Cox tTf way I then have to explan.Ha .
20 of ilk 3
2593--Lot the week following vacation for two people with no "
last week, when County the end of
He is with me. So I do nat: t worry protected?
261I--R* Of Blk 1 S of H 2 B A Wjof ? about ,anything. I feel He Commissioner Buck Norman school: Charles Hicks Sunday strings attached," Lloyd said.
Bile 1 3 of R 3 I A SlIt o met with the council. School Superintendent Charley E.
Ilk 1 N of R 2 S A NWi of Blk watches over me. met
1 Sot R 2 B in aID Nice letter this morning from A new culvert where the city Tuesday with teachers and Entry blanks may be obtained -
Ij6Pl" II 6 'U' 1SX; 3 Alioa aico lt.l Last Mother'sDay
Bx Far OR Bk Sunday was Hill. ...
Irene Padgett from Clay workers for the school, settlrg at the National Pool Build- JOHNS AGENCY
such glorious dayI .of
I had a memory Clay Hill and
a612-A--fIS! 25" .g6250', N 72 Dog She lives in Jacksonville now.I the dates, and scheduling Friday ers' office 4810 Soutel Drive In
W 63-3 17 D 10 Sao H went to church and: wore my and loved her now my beloved school Is empty
160' FOB co. at Int of e..- white ,orchina. Whoopee: I Yes, have known June 13. as preparation Jacksonville or by telephoning 131 So. Walnut St.
tar Lin of B/W of BH Lin many years. I am always so and silent. Daisy passed away day. Commencement will beheld 769-5533. Phcne
of "lift Bd 9 72 Dog B on Rd my Dear Clay Hill boy sent mea hear from her. She several and Fred 961-5070
ago.
to years
516.8'. N 15 Dag 5 4" I )O'. for Mothers happy Friday evening;! June 20.
B 72 Dag 15' S MZ.87J POll Beautiful corsage says there are four new house ds not very well. There Is a big
Cont S 72 Deg < 17 II' 21 3JO: Theodora Norris 8.21 Day. .I was so harpy and still built now on the road to Long new bridge lots of lovely hmes DRAMA GROUP

2629'Con at SW Cor of Hwi of 3W j feel all aglow because :lie remembered Branch Cemetary and Church.Of built by my beloved children PRESENTS' PLAY
Run B WO Pt. N 460 PC For He Is now a wonderful 'Santa Fe Junior! College
M 200 Pt, V course It is well to have Im- now grown and! married with
FOB 50 Pt 130,. a 200 Ft,Pt To FOB II' 22 lou,"n. .1_.. 11.09,26JCO..at Mortician at Orange Park. provements, but I love' to recall families. In my heart they will drama group presented! !, the clas- JUNE 1 IS DEADLINETO
sic, "Han. !el and "
GrUfls in. a Oretel at
He is Westberry ,
sw Cor of NWj of 3W* Clay Hill as it was when I alwoyis be little and Clay Hill as. Hampton
I helped Elementary School
t 866': N 30' B100: Par FOB wonderful young man. taught there many years: > in the of old
N 100', 1731 I 3 100', W 75- him in 1965 open his new Monday The students broughtall
To FOB Lying N of Co Or Mil' lit 0 .'\1... Pa 111 early 40's and left in 1946. It Pineapple Cookies: 1 cup their own APPLY FOR HIGH SCHOOL
nnd '
scenery
funeral home.
was 23 years ago! this May that I brown sugar: 1 cup 'white granulated props
86UU-A-Bag 200' N of SE Cor ofN My son and wife gave me a and played the performancehere : :
of NW} or 3Wi, N 200' NOn closed my school and with tearsin sugar: 1 cup Crisco! or 2 to EQUIVALENCY
Cxnal 150'. S 200. B ISO' beautiful white purse and pretty my eyes bid m ybeloved sticks of margarine) 2 eggs well appreciative students.: DIPLOMA TESTThe
To 22 6 22 Ratio Nor... to The drama is'
Bag 7.9526e9Lot and I took the purse group presenting
scarves
children "Gocdfoy/'Ihad said so beaten: 1 'teaspoon soil in tablespoon -
12 of Blk 1 In Nat William church and walked wearing my behind hot t water 1 salt. the play to several schools in
many prayers. on my knees teaspoon, fED: ; examination which qualifies
3D I Kx 31 will-' Al4".10tc0" 1.97 orchid on my white coat. Thenat this area a person
my desk, ton; before the 1 number 2 can of crushed
6 in the evening. I had a tel- PERSONALSMrs. for a hij-h school equivalency diploma will be administered
B63Z--Lot 9 or Blk 1 of Not William school buses arrived: each morning pineapple with just enough juiceto
3D2633Lot Uoualni ..1'1'&...* call from my dear girl Ira Wilson Is vWtins
Corp 28.MClarano ephone I also put up the flag outside make a batter 4 cups flour this week at Vocational-Technical Center during -

in Brooken, Fla.. Edna Thomas land if chilly made a fire and a few black walnuts.Drop at Hampton Lake with the week cf
; June 9 through 13
her 1969.
10 of Bile 1 In Not Wllllul who also calls me Mother, We brother-in-law and sister > Anyonewishin.t'
3D26J9 Dora 17. 2Lottko In the little stoves. I recall how on cookie sheet bake 375 degrees ,
ihad such a nice long talk. I also school (IND.) Mr and Mrs. Lester Slade. / to take the examination: must make appli
walk to
--Lot 6 of Bile 2 Mat Hllll.a. whois I enjoyed my Mr. and Mrs C
30 No* Bop- talked to her son Dwight and was, often found pausing on HELPFUL HINTS. To loosena family! R, Hicks and cation before June 1. The test fee for all the testsis
nol*, lot *..89'JU2A now 18 land attending! :, Junior attended a Dykes family
the wooden bridge in evening to screw, drop a little vinegar on reunion! Sunday $7.50. and $2 for each re-test.

2670--Lot 26 of Blk 2 In Not Milllaoi College. I got other cards so kneel ,and thank God fora. it, To water proof matches, dip thorne. near Haw-

SD' Lu7'1._ had a good day. wonderful day. The .stream ,below them in hot paraffin. Individuals: desiring further information about

267ll-Co< at SU Cor of NWt of 3Wj The orchid was so beautiful where I often washed my So I bid you all farewell and Mr. nn1 Mrs. Leo Wiqrclns of the GED
Bun I no Pt: Poe, N 300', still on Monday, that I took It Jacksonville visited here Svnrtiy test should call the Vocational Center,
E JO': a 300 ,0..H 50> lo POD 22 6 22 Le'.41a> Jaxaa )).117 hair, the giant water-oaks pray this finds you well & happy
to my granddaughter April to draped with moss, and alwaysI God bless you everyone. with Mr. and Mrs George Williams !9646150.(
2672--Coo .t sw ar of NWt of swi wear to the Mother-Daughter
RIM I 510 Ft for POB, N 200' turned In at Fred 'and Love LuraP. and Mr .and Mrs W, H
I 50', S 200, W 50< 'To FOB 21 6 22 Lot'4a taynold Banquet. She was made happy Daisy Lang's home where I S. Thank you, Alice, for the Maxwell.
lot 13.6C .
too. Thanks dear Westberry.My
boarded so many years. They nice write up .of 25 years ''ago.: I

Za79--C. at sw Cor of RWi of BWt}; pup is still such a pretty Jove ........
good to me That Is my you. - - - -
Bin I .k60, N ajO'. f 50' for dog. His hair shines and he Is were so ,.- - ...... - - -
lOB N 200', I, '0', 1 ZOO', W -- -
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To FOB II 6 ar: Job !aeon I)." Boiled the \ ,i
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270U--Co At NJ Car of Slit of a..t. of Lot Sit 19 IDTaaplaa
'.' Hun ( 610", 3 110 For FOB, Add ".......ot Ball 26.90 DirectoryAuto ALSOCharbroiled ,
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100" To FOB 116 ar: "::10. "... tOJ ,9S 3oko.<.li of 7 Lot lac 125 6 I Bx' of 125'B1M19 SLot :d

In 'Taple. Add Aaatln A Hartrat Steaks
2706--Com At NI Cor of SlIt of 3W%
:" Run u 87' For FOB 3 232.8', Dull 35.23 Sales and Service f, :
Nil 60' N 1)0.16, B 60' 'To t "
II 6 ar: Wilbur' 101'01 11I.110 Seafood Fresh .L) "
FOb 370k.-Lot 8 and 'That Fort of Frog Legs .
Lot 7 Bit 2 Baa Flat Bk Parrish MotorsSALES
2718"1 Lot in 3E 8r of B) of NIt 2 of Fs Ik Da.o OB 67
of SVi Balng 100' N A 8 By 313 Bx Lot Daao OB 67- Enjoy your favorite Cocktail in pleasant surroundings -
30' 8 A w II 6 II 510 .... Ro...
306 of Doming aID Ralph A K al
lao 3.J.S also
bilk Jr 19.k3' (Package )

':' 2733--Bag At NB Car of 8) oft Slit SERVICE
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3727--W 85' of Lot I. ef Blk
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S 161.15f, 183.75' ::
To 22 o 22 Jlunlta Brown 11.71 1
159.87' FOB Keys ights
3769-Lota 3, 5, 7 of Blk 37
In 1 K Join Add
>882-D--Lot 6 or Lo Ploraata 3D t iM QIIil1'Jr
Good Used Cars
Always
BoupHargarvt' 115.22Calvin 21.k9 Lounge: Open Until 12 on Weekends

3793-A--Lot 12 of Bit 3 In City. 921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654
Room 9 AM 9 P.M. Daily Monday
Sz Dining Except
:,.; 292J--E N )05'ft NWi of SEt of lilt I 28 6 22 3 Bay Park aID Datld Oodaar >..0kBJ4 open -

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Bit or NS} II 270' Vor FOB
';:. 1928--1tet Balng 122.5 N .A a N 50' B 120' 8 SO' W 120- .F.r.TRJr MOTORS -
B* rc.Oo W LTlng Balnj To FOB 29 6 22 IIL1r-OtfftK 14.80.
In uof Nwi of
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SB Cop of wi of NIt of SB}
,: 8 of lift, N 60', W 100', S
295 l"t 5 N1 of Lot of SIN
Bamloa D 60' B 100 'To Bag 29 6 12 >. 0 'Thou .119 Electric Co.
B In BI.n inS SO ,
Bata an 68.2 3833=.N4. of Loto 17,10 or Bid -
ld. B Hlllor 9.70
2 in B N Dealing" Add Cl>!
of Chu St Electric MotorsSold
i975--Con on t 31 ia
lat of N Una of NW* of SI 3909 Lot 5 of sit 2 In Dueler .
t. Han S 50', I 210'. N 50', H crt % .Blao r..... Z3.3R- Serviced RepairedGenerators .
;: 210' To FOB 28 6 22 .I.... Lusts 5.10 yyt,,w. '-
Starters Armature
3935.-Lot U of Sit B In Plnahurat )rw a
'' J B Kail JT 10.19 d
2999--Lot 10 of BIN 2 of DomingPark a/D Rewinding 3t
SD 0 D Earaar Bit, ,..52f i
ko6o--Lot 57 In ,... .o04 siD Pint Nat'l 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528
)003-- N* of Lot e B1K -0tt.S.atr 9..24
30' Leta 1,2,3. ot Blk t In *107.Bag At Intar of 8 1/tf' )
Dl llng Park 3D 28 6 22 A. Johnaon" 29.22 Lino of Lafayatt 8% With MUSIC

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17 FOB Yi. 52.17 Paulus Music Co.
:071.-Ooa at Nt Or of OVf A B 31"11--Coi. At HE Cor of II J Jonaa 6)0' For A FOB PKn 3
Ad* SI? !Dag "2' W 171' For 390' 'To St Rd 100 The W Band A dtring:: Instrument
FOB, N I..f'II' *. W 179.13' Along B/W To t Sao Lino N ;;
8.17 Dag 96.22. B 72 Tot 80 tl".. B T... POI Sx Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers :)
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119.Coa 360 w of as CoP of ao
Dan, warp So.09 Roberts Recorders d.
29 A Bun N 288 for A POD

."' A 'Than Run N "1e' W 360' 8 e Music Library-Export "IT'S THE
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:' ::56r' 28 6 H J Btudatill 70.21 41 TE. iruv'aT st. .
S 229' for POD alSO', 158'POD ,
trtn. in n port of aw} /
3298 dCoN l.K 3/0 ef BX Blk B/W 5 in L T A) MID _k..._ '.U ot II? 29 6 tt Job) K Thou. JJ.B PIANOS TO FINANCE

H.OIt' lot NW Cot of
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3X0-Blk 6 in L 'T' A Co* sID" Bt'BiKtar:' 5..... 1I166--IIU .t. ut M S i on DIV or at. YOUR NEW CAR!"
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.' Cof sIll ORGANS For quick action, really "low"' cost and
4279--alit of UK* arf Bit as t'Told
: 332}--Lot 2 of Blk 15 in t 'T 6 :: .
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': 3333.lot. 1 A 2 of DIN 19 in ro.hlOII .111 Auto Loan-advantages that actually can
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BM 6.SO: 617'-A.-l tot Daaa OB 23 F. 281H297A 6 tt lalaa MttohaU 10.810 save you money on the over-all cost of

33..8..W.40' of Lot 2 of alt 27
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SAVE
I r. This schedule will
r GEANADA b. repeated three times T 1
during the next 15 weeks

""ST ..
CITIZENS \ COFFEE CUP WICK DINNER.--3fG"JlJfI'C.PLATE! "!.r' .", 'Z9Ctioulcne- .

po i secoaD weeR DESSERT DISH----;;;;: ;;;;.-=;H. tip LkiFDURTN

1$3____- _- -_. -__. .purch..o.THI"D .
Former President. jcxivnson in WEEK SAUCER Rr .Q,
April 1965 proclaimed May aa __ '. _- _29c .$3 with purch.every...
_._
Senior Citizens month. On -' __

March 25. 1969. Oov. Claude wlth..ch a WEEK COFfEE CUP____:s _29c_ ;3wunTery- a,
t'
Kirk also proclaimed that the ; q 7 S3 purthu. -
; WEN[ Bread 6 Butter ---- )
I ;
,month of May be recognized I '..L ... PLATE pq sot 29c 67 with purchee every"-l 1Ir4 1Ir4Each
las Senior Citizens month and { week a piece of distinctive Granada dinnerware The above .
that May 29 be known as Senior 41 h ( will be featured for Just 29C. For each $3 in grocery prices ''items will be sold .t those .pecral
Citlzes Day attested to by Secretary purchases you are entitled to one piece at this low only In the weeks they are fe.tured.
of State Tom Adams :1 price. There's no limit with a $6 purchase you can 'Etcmdrng tobacco liquor end
44k Y get 2 pieces and so on. liquId d I'products.. 0 S ;0
OD
and affixed by the Great Seal ST ,
Excludlnc: tobKCO liquor end liquid dairy producll.
of Florida. ,.. .
One-tenth of our population of 'I -- '"
20 million people are 65 years .:.
and older. We are a potent Limit 1 of choice w/$5 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
force both politically! and: econ- SUPERBRAND ORADI 'A' IARCIEGGS

m'cally.Directly' or Indirectly, Senior :

Citizens Clubs are working to 2 DOZ. 89 .
solve problems of the aged. We
must act together with watchful Il
eyes open ears, our voices
and our pens to protect our Interests
In these troublesome :
times.A J-Roll Pkg. AURORA ASSORTED COLORS BATHROOM 6- .1

letter was sent to Senator __ -
Montoya (Dem.. New Mexico) Tissue 3/69 :
commending; his bill S-763 on . .
payment of out-->f-bospUal pa
tients' drugs under Medicare. 4-om. BAN SPRAY i
Letters were also sent to Sen. :
Holland and Sen. Guerney. Fla., Deodorant. 49
signed by the membership uri- .
Ing their utmost support for
S-763. We Personel Six*ULTRA BRUTE Plain orSR..limit 1 w/S.or more purchase excl.cigarette choke
have members ;in our > '"BVW GOLD MEDAL Gt. BLUE/ WHITE \JK COLD WATER ARROW Limit 1 wv wI"**'
clUb wlio e out-of-hospltal drug: more purcha e excluding cigarette
costs runs from $20 to $25 per .25 *
month. Some kind of relief !la Toothpaste FLOUR 49 DETERGENT494i

needed. . .
Closer to home 1 1.s oi. IRW iv *r.
telephone\
\ 1-ib. ASTOR ALL GRINDS.hUml.1 of choice w/$5.or more purchase.d.! cigarette
controversy. It Is not too late COOKING...Limit 1 of choice w/$5.or more purchase end.cigt.
4e
-ot.
for the people of Starke and I I *
>
others who are affected to writea IfiUY 3COFFEE 49 *
simple note . .
or postcard!!) to ASTOR OIL 69
.
the City Council, stating their . .

complaints about the telephone | ffj JH / 1 1-lb.CHASE*SANBORN Reg..Drip or Elec.Perk..Limit I choice w/SS.more
service a" well as opposition to 48-ot.CRISCO Vegetable.limill of choice w/SS.ormore purchase.xd.ctgs.I *

A the flood drastic of letters Increase or post proposed cards HH5HR.V.J.COFFEE' *

would help Councilmen Jimmy 59 SALAD OIL I 79
McRae and Neil Tucker also . .
Lawyer George Pierce at probable
Cocktail.
further hearings! before 5/l.
the Utilities Commission and :
perhaps get one councilman off 46-oiHI-C All FLAVORS FRUIT PUNCH OR FRUIT SUNNYLAND SMOKED
dead center on this Issue. SHOULDER .
Our next meeting will be held
May 27 at 1 p.m.: at the Recreation Drink..4/$1.
Center. Looking forWarfl
to seeing you. No.1/2 Can BLUE RAYTunaFish
-Joe Kerrigan. ICSB.39

Rainfall Hits 4l.6Pk. .

1.7 Inches MARS,MUSKETEERS, SNICKERS,MAM Plain Can y, '.
SPRINT CHOC.WAFERS & MARS TOASTED ALMOND
(Continued From Page One)

was measured.:: at the Santa Fe Candy Bars..39*
tower lat F. S. headquarters Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week' Thursday thru Wednesday, May 22-28 :]
and as usual the Lcuis Hill W INN.Dlxl[STOncS COrYR10HTIfU.S.D.A. !
tower at Lawtey ;recorded the
most water falling 2.4 Inches. CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED COPElAND ALL MEAT SLICED

Count .av erage for the weekIs <
1.7 Inches. BOLOGNA..59 5!
LB79
POT ROAST. 1
Heaviest rainfall during the T FLA. GRADE 'A' FRESH FRYER THIGHS, BREASTS w/ribs or "
'Week of May 12-19 was .8 inches . . DRUMSTICKS* y

measured last Thursdaycountywide. W-D BRAND PLATE KOMF.IN BEEF
Only .63 Inches was
measured in the .rains Monday FLA. GRADE 'A' FRESH

May 19.Heaviest. Steak 89 Stew 39V FRYER BAKSlB.10*

rainfall of the month . . ...
was measured May 3 when the
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED CALIFORNIA W-D BRAND SHORT BEEF FRESH BOSTON BUTT

for county the average single day.was 2.5 Inches : PORK ROAST ... 59'

'Fifty-year average for May is Roast .994 Ribs 59
2.72 Inches. So far this month. 12-ai. Pkg. TASTE O' SEA FISH
4.56 Inches of rainfall has been . .. .
measured here putting the USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED SHOULDER W-D BRAND LEAN plus 100 Free Stamps W/Coupon// In Paper. CAKES. 3/$ 1.
county way above the 50-year . .
average. J. TASTE O' SEA BONELESS FLOUNDER FISH

crrr OF eTARRH.FLORIDANOTEcsI OF UNPAIDDELINQUFNT Roast ... 9 9 ,. G r Beef 5 ..!249 FILLETS. . . 49*

TANGIOLHPERSONAL USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS DELMONICO 2.1/4 lb. PkgTw-DBRANDAl MEAT SLEW OR

provided PROPERTY by Chapter TAXT5SAs 20723, GRAVY LOAF,: : BEEF VEAL OR PARMAGIAN,
Act. of 1941 notice In given thattangible Steak $ TURK :
personal property .51" Gr. Chuck !
taxes.assessed tor the year 1968. 2 $1.49
are ;flow.April'wfl/r delinquent erefC and beginning < of one
percent per mouth plus proportionate
cost of publishing the _10 Oz. insulated TUMBLERS 5 For $1.00FROZEN
notice unless the amount set HARVEST FRESH PRODUCE .
i I oD reSo.to each hen rh.o below June are A.
D. 1969 warrants will be Issued
therein directing the levy upon. BANTAM FOODQuarts
the seizure of tangible personalproperty I
'unpaJd taxes of the penalties!tax payers. and additional for
coats. The names of delinquent DIXIE WHIP DESSERT
and persona.1 the amount property of taxpayers the =
taxes Including the cost of advertising Topping..2/.I.
follows and: the penalties area o&C I RN 5g

Bella Harms Brooks Oarage Fish Market Total 2.85 5-1J EARS HI-ACRES FLA.((12-ot. cans 2/79' 6-ot.ORANGEJuice.e..6$1.19

38.29
OouKtShoe City Fish 4: pairBECo.. 2.08

Oay'Francis> Home Jenkins Appliance Florist :27.65.,08 lO-oi. Pkg. FROZEN SLICED STRAW-
A.Johnson & Son Qroo. 81.83 *
:I. J. Kite 39.54 Berries 3/9..9
Longhorn Rest. 11.8& U.S. No.1 RED BLISS FRESH LARGE U.S. No.1 GA. RED SWEET .. .

Sunoco Shell Gary Fells:M.. O. Service Reddish Sullivan McMllllan.Station Station 16.98 11.11 16 5.94 7.09.31Texaco Pot a toes 10 BAG 69* Lettuce 2 H'AD549* Potatoes 4lB5.69 Gr. FROZEN Peas .6/$1

.. Service Station 7.09I .. .. .
> B Thomas LARGE SWEET PINS- SUNKIST JUICY U.S. No. 1 NEW CROP YELLOW
..08 1-lb. ASTOR FROZEN FRENCH FRY

Unity Media Cafe Wllllame- 1.U Apples..3/$1. Lemons 11/49* Onions 3 BAG 39* Potatoes 4i.LARGE .


STARKE LEE light Blueberry, ,Raspberry or Map)*CrunchLARGE
FIRM HEADS WASH. STATE EXTRA FANCY WINESAP SWEET JUICY FLA. GRAPEFRUIT OR
*
BUSINESS 2 HD5.39* LB Coffee Rings. 69.
Cabbage Apples 4 69 Oranges -559'
.
BAG 9-o Pkg. DIXIANA, FRENCH or REGULAR CUT.

'DIRECTORYAUTO : ........-.........-.......... -.................-.......... ............................. .............................................................. Gr. Beans. 5/$1.

;' I I EXTRA ; EXTRA. ::1 EXTRA ': EXTRA ":;, EXTRA ; ,o-eE. Pkg. DIXIANA' PEAS w/tnopi or
SERVICE : dY..,GREEN STAMPS 1 I I d'N' GREEN. STAMPSI::1 I I dx l. GREEN,, STAMPS :11::1 I I .d7l .GREEN..! STAMPS,. ;1 I I .21.,9... STAMPS :
1 ifK 1ll*lt CMiNM ivi**i COUMM w.Mi.tN-n a i OH Ml t''l* Lw..wrN0. lONC fcM.WH. >MO K..CH.IIOUAKTC a
ONC '-L PKOWO .. Blackeyes..5KlOoi.
'If 1 (I ONC tRCN TWO PKOOOLD II 1 11 ONE .N0 rRN 1
sfPlANO r 'I OLD SOUTHLACKSIRRV. II .
.1
W-O RAND) CHOPPED KINfl' f-'N (LICCO'
Gilbert :S. Brown : Ground Beef : J'7I : FKACH Off '
Beef SteakeneiOOOO :1 Onion Rings :1 APPLE COBBLC.: : Pork Chops : Pkg. DIXIANA t
'
0000 .
.
T..IOU .
MAY ..
: z. : THRU MAY 19 : GOOD T..AU MAT a : OOOO THRU MAY >S aooo T."U :
Standard 011 Service Station '..... .(14 ........,., ............... .. 1 IfII ....."".. _....... :l "2 .... "......... ::1 .3 .... ,, ,, _..... : "s ..., ,,.,, ..MAY.... :: Baby Okra 4/l.
ATLAS -- --- ..-..........._._.___--------------f---------------; ............_.. _
TIRES" BATTERIES e.: .EXTRA.EXTRA, : .EXTRAEXTRA.:: :Ir EAA... ': 2-lb. Pkg. TASTE O1 SEA BREADED
Senrlc
Tee Road
Padftt mi I I I
PHONE Se/.70 2''.,.!GREEN,, "' STAMPS.,, a : 21..9 STAMPS, : I d'N: ..!GREEN STAMPS r I d7/-GREEN!? STAMPS. I I 4'H ,,GREEN." ST AMPS, : Steaks 99''
.; >*l*(MiKH.*** *tM"t|a n tr.d. a HM t .m al w- R .na I
407 N. Temple Starke 'I HonMCL ONC MONCLCSSSmoked CUIIC. TWO FKOCftACKIN 'fl! ONC 4-o E. .OK'i ONC OT'I .or.c.l. SO'. ... .. ... .. .
'I oar I
OOOO rt.CHKABlack SOUTH runeNAfr 0"
: ,.,,. Ham Cookiesaooo Pepper : J"J/.., Mayonnaise:1: d J"J/{ CandyOOOO i JENO'S SAUSAGE OR CHEESE
: ':t. :: THHU MAV SS : :1 .
r lt ..
HURST'SSHELL ? .OOD. ."'.......... 0 rT .... Thtrtu.. .MAY.... at .: a 0000,.. TMRU. .MAY..,.. Y .. aOOOTH"UM".a...... ...... :1:1'l.I: .to THWU MAT SS :: Pizza Pies 69*
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Service StationGas



I Monarch 301-ROAD and Oils Tire 100 SERVICE--Lobrtoalkm*Stark Batteries 1_ / r ;N : t1 Ii'i'. ''j'fjj' I


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Jreu v ui.im were Ddr+a. MarlonPufflvan r" I' ', r --- -
; Mr. and Mrs. Percy Treat Plants Regularly
mERESSABDorothy Sullivan of Palatka; Air. and LAWTEY 'YTben You 11118 An Andrews. Charge r

/ Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and To Control Summer InsectsEarly My Neighbors Account
: MUla Rusty; Douglas Sullivan and jour Prescription Tax Records
Phone 473-1518 Wlss Dorothy Mills. By EBM Blanchard .summer months are the :l but homeowners; often become, are Kept For You By Us
Happy BirthdayTo I active' pealed for young insects careless and .set the plants close
rr r, I-tL.: 14 little Miss Robin Hersey CHURCH ACTIVITIES trying to becxne adults, according to a drain Held. U "the' homo Andrews DrugsFor

Rope Baptist., Church on her first.! birthday (May 19)), United Grace MethodistSun- to the Florida Nurserymen has a. septic tank\ -there, ta a' 4
Sunday : PERSONALSMrs. and .' boron from Fast Delivery' Dial 004-7ITO
School. a.m.; MornIng day School 9:45: a.m.. Worship Glowers Association.! possibility! that tho
i Worship 11; Training Un : Price Fisher and Virginia 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Choir prac- There arc :a number of problemsthe the. septic drain seepage. may
, 6:30 Evening Geiger attended the 110th Many of i
ion : pm. Worship. tice 7:30: p.m. Wednesday followed igaidcncr should look for cause ta boron toxicity.
; 7:15: ; Wednesday evening Prayr Anniversary observance at by MYF.Members Rust on roses is one. This Is the new soaps; 'and detergents' .
Service, 7:30: with choir Ellam Baptist Church !in :Melrose of the Church and a fungus that attacks the. underneath contain borax. Take a little precaution Rudd Gas Water Heaters'heats
practice afterward. Sunday. It was a great several visitors enjoyed a fellowship '' side of the loaves forming !< and give drain fields. a L{ ;
Get Well Wishes privilege to listen to Rev. L. A. orange-yellow
dinner after morning pock' marks. These wide 'berth. -
The thoughts and prayers of Rawls from Jacksonville al services followed by annual little pocks erupt with an or Good cultural :practices will ;:. water 3 times faster!
the community are with Mrs guest speaker of !the day. He Is Church planning meeting. ange-colored powder., In reality produce
, W. C. Loper at Riverside Hospital 90 years old has been In the First Baptist -Sunday School they are mlnature seeds of the from plants. Do It correctly and V ;'"
Rivers Of Hot Water Attf
. dn Jacksonville. ; Marlon ministry for over 60 years and 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and fungus. Watering' will scatter* frequently for a. more Attractive "While it's true, Miss Horst, '
Sullivan who entered Bradford baptized Mrs. Fisher 58 years' these. seeds to other plants and faculty
ground out -
7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30: home we don't spell proper
, County Hospital in Starke on ago.Mrs. pm. Midweek services Wednes- other leaves. How can you con attire. we do have : LOW, LOW COST
Monday; and Mrs. George J. A. Gnann and son trol It? Probably the best method '
day 7:30: p.m. rules!
Payne's mother Mrs. Burke Plenn visited Mr. and Mrs. 'Pi'ft';)
is of Zineb
t.olISe a spray
The church held a fellowship
who Is Luke's Hospital in Noman Redding. In Tampa supper last Saturday evening weekly Remember that a CungL iEWs ABOUT : ; For It From Your

ati' following surgery Sunday. with a program and staging. tide only protects the\ leaves I Mh1.Pay Utility Savings
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packham ,
from fungus invasion it does ,
(Members from neighboring Baptist aboard the USS Luce in the
Jr. visited his parents. Rev. and Churches Joined them. not eradicate It. Caribbean off Puerto Rico. The '
To Mr. aid Mrs. W. E. Dam- Mrs. Merle! Packham. Friday.Mr. Church of God Sunday In the northern part of the SERVICE MEN 1 1aT ship is participating,: in a Joint HEATER INSTALLED -
.
pier for their contributions to and Mrs. J. D. Phillips state anywhere' 'that doggy
or
School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. service amphibious and airborn WITH GAS ONLY $77.
a worthy cause in helping to :returned Thursday for a week's wood grows a leaf, spot called ., I
and 7:30: p.m., YPE Wednesday exercise designed l 1 to test and,:
make a success of "The PajamaGame" visit In Miami where they visit. Anthracnoss can become a prob-.
!
7:30 Improve existing Joint service
ed : pm.Highland Rent it for only $2.00 Per Month
presented. Mrs. Phillips'
JohnD.
1> last Friday father Baptist Sunday lem on new foliage. If dogwood/ procedures.
and Saturday evenings at the Chasser. who has been 111. trees appear spotted' examine'
School 9:45: am., Worship 11 During the exercise. Atlantic
BHS auditorium, with proceeds While In Miami they also enjoy. them for CALL NOW
closely the possibility
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Choir prac- Fleet ships and aircraft are ,i'
going to the Bradford County ed visitingtheir children J. D. cf) this disease as a little brown'' '
tice 6:30 a.m. Prayer meeting simulating shore bombardment i
Cancer Society Mr. Phillips Jr., Joe E. Phillips I' 332 W. MADISON
Dampler Wednesday 7:30: p.m. spot on !the leaf. Control may and air strikes in support of I SLADE GAS
was a member of the cast and; Mrs. Gene Prandl, and families. Mrs. A. C. Pearce. Mrs. Elsie be obtained by tine ,spraying, of the amphibious! forces PHONE 964-7701,..
Mrs.: Dampier operated the spOt. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson Norman and Miss Dorothy either Zineb or Meneb. -
ights for the, production' of Palatka visited Mrs. Thomp Swanbom attended Homecomingat Plants that have been in
\nnlversarles son's brother and sister-in-law. Oak Grove Baptist Church on place for 'a number of :years
A family dinner in observance Mr and Mrs. James Davis, and Sunday.. such as gardenias ligustrum
)f the wedding anniversariesf family Sunday. and, in .some ,areas poinsettias
Mr. and Mrs. Al Ferser and< GAINESVILLE Business I
Mr. Mrs. Cleveland Mrs. Rhoda Dampler and Mrs. Directory
Sullivan son of Jacksonville were tlsUlng: should be treated with a ne-
( ant May 16)) and Mr. and Bernice McCarty visited Mrs.McCarty's her sister Mrs. H. C. Wainwright matlclde for. nematcdes. It .Is
Mrs. Sullivan ((16th May daughter and son-in- on Sunday.Mr. a !rare garden almost. exceptional -
(15)) was enjoyed Sunday at the law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Sams does not have +
that
and and :Mrs. Eugene Pearson ne- q Air Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES
home of the family at Merritt Island
Cleveland Sulll- spent part of their vacation matodes attacking the plants according Equipment
vans. Present besides the hon- Saturday evening and Sunday.SCOTTY'S sightseeing In New Orleans. La., to the Florida Nurserymen Air Conditioning MUSTANG

and visiting Mrs. Pearson's and Growers Association. Heating By Santa Fe Tractor,
brother-in-law and sister Mr. Two nematlcides are on the General ElectricRues' Mobile Homes, Inc.
I and Mrs. Frank Camp and family market under various trade FORD
SPECIALS! l+ Sheet Metal, Inc. Farm Tractors Implements
In Auburn, Ala. names which can be used on Gainesville's Discount Mobil
N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of living plants. They are Nema- Gainesville2520 Home Sales Lot.
Jacksonville spent the weekend 'Eon/ and Sarolex. Negagon sometimes Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE NEW MOON CAPELLA

with Miss Enza Blanchard.Mr. is sold under. the trade GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOODLow
AUTO SALES
name of Fumazone. Air Force Sergeant
and Mrs. Al Sappenfleld Tommy Monthly Payments
Joined their daughter-in-law 'Nurserymen sell good plants W. McL ndon. son of Mr. and BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Faris, Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-U4f
KITSDK03 Mrs. George Kirk White and Mrs. R. P. MsLendon of teState ::

children and Mrs. Saopenfield's Library Slogan Farm, is a member of the OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS MOTORCYCLES
brother-in-law and sister Mr. Photography unit that has earn SALES .A SERVICEFine Insecticides-Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
and Mrs. Victor Wilde of Miami, ed the Air Force OutstandingUnit Selection of Used Can
1-4" Standard at Crescent City where they attended Contest Won Award. Taken On Cadillac Trade AMAHABMW
.
1.4 Sgt. McLendon 2901 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 Wa Rent Fertlllier Spreader
Phillips dedication cermonles of a photographer e
/1 4" Electrician Putnam County's Lake Shore By Ralph BryanCounty In the 600fi: Photo Squad 224 N.W. 8th Ph. S78-047C id na

I Nursing home. The home was ron at Korat Royal Thai AFB. CRANE Sales'- Parts Service
I I Avg. Ret. 2.50 Scotty'sSale : 179 dedicated in memory of the late Commissioner Ralph Thailand will wear the distinctive LINCOLN MERCURY MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378-2811

L\ Price George Kirk White a County Bryan was Judged winner In the service ribbon to mark his Authorized Sale .ft Service FOR MOTHERSTOBEA

Commissioner from the, Cres- contest to submit a. slogan, using affiliation with the unit. 2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 FULL LINE OF MUSICBALDWIN
6' ALUMINUM STEP cent City district: who spear- the Pixie theme ..of the cur- The unit was cited for obtaIn- Crane ImportsVolvo
rr headed the location and initial library fundJ'1alslngdrive.. ing motion picture: and! still photographic Lingerie Dresses Slacks
rent
LADDERAll MG Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing. Suits
construction of the home. Bryan's winning entry for documentation of the.
< Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Patrick which he will receive a. $10 cash air .and ground operations of 606 E. University EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANOS- ORGANS
aluminum construction are very happy over the message prize was: "Join The PiXie the Vietnam war. Phone 372-4251 CMOKf OP TW ARTISTS'

Pail holder supports up to telling them that their son, Plan for The Best (Library in A graduate of Bradford,County Motors Inc.TOYOTA INC. 50 Bobby who spent 13 months In Dixieland." It will be (used as High School Sgt. McLendon attended Barkley ; .
pounds Vietnam Is In California and expects a theme throughout, the fundraising Daytona Beach Junior 7M W. University OpP. S.F.J.C.
I" I r to be home one day this drive.Consolation. College before entering the service Orville Shopping Ctr. 372-5353
Avg. Retail Scotty's week. Mechanical CONTRACTORK.
895 prizes were awarded 4 wheel drive and canSales
12.75 Sale Price Irvin and Ned Privett of Jacksonville > to Mrs. Francis, Meng of Parts Service MOVERSLong

4 were Sunday dinner Hampton, Miss Barbara Godwinof Seaman Jack F. Carter Jr., Clean Used Toyotas E. Hyde Ent. Inc.
.
Special Sal. Prices good thru May 31st.PPS guests of USN. of '
Mr. and Mrs. Melson) Starke and Joe Kerrigan of son Mrs Jack F. Carter 1700 N?, Main 376-1268 Distance Moving
Privett. Keystone Heights for) runner-up of Starke was graduated:!: fromNaval Tlompson's Refrigeration' Storage Packing

N. W. 6th St. Phone 378.1619 John Adkins, who has been entries. Submarine School at the Beauty Academy !Service! Crating Shipping
stationed In Lawton Okla., left U. S. Naval Submarine Base
b' 'The judgingcommittee was Healing Air Conditioning Free Estimates CallHILL'S
GAINESVILLE; FLA. Sunday for Oakland. Calif after New London, Conn.
composed of Miss\ Martha Sue Repair. on White Appliance
spending hs! leave here with McCain Father Edward Kirby, The two-mouth school instructs POWELL'S Industrial Combustion Service

Mrs. Adkliu and other rela and E. L. Matthews.Mrs. the student In the fund- Beauty Academy Boiler Room Sale it Service
CASH BUYS MORE ATSCOTTY'S tives. He expects to leave for John Saunters' chairman amentals of submarine operationand I.3038 N. Waldo Rd. Galneaville Van Service, Inc.
reports that the drive to procedure providing the Learn a Profession In Your 372-2182 3540 N.E. Waldo ltd. G' W.
and witnessed the launching !build a new Bradford. County 150-submarine fleet with 20,000 Spare Time. Full or Part Time Telephone 374271
Apollo 10 on Sunday. library Is now "well under. way graduates annually.The 219 N.W. 10th 378-2768
Think About It with Increasing' community In. submarine' school, largest MEN'S WEAR PAINT GLASSLIDDELL
Plato said It: "To do Injustice In the world Is located near ELECTRIC MOTORS

home builders supply Is more disgraceful than to suffer terest."The recent :road block, and Groton. Conn., homeport for STAG 'N DRAG PAINT&
It." diesel-electrlce, nuclear ELECTRIC
bake sale held by the building attack
and nuclear fleet 'ballistic missile Griffin Salts GLASS CO.
great
Committee was 'a
Fund
Motor
Co.
j success.: Mrs. Saunders, said. (Polaris) submarines. Repair Arrow Shirt- Flow helm Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors .

-I Approximately $230 was received Seaman Of Gainesville Inc. Formal Rental Tub Enclosures Shower Doors
from this event with more Thomas Jr. son Apprentice of Mr. and Leroy Mrs. Repairing RewindingNew Ladles Sportswear Furniture Tops Windows -
&nd Used 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand Awnings
riifl still to be reported. Leroy Thomas Sr. cf
Starks ij
Another fund-raljlng activityIs ZSH N. W. 16th Ph. 372- 318 GAINESVILLE MALL lie N.W. 16th St. 17MM1

planned for Saturday May.
.d' .: r 31, the chairman' said. She urg- --
ed Bradford Countlans to "Join
the Pixie Plan for the Best
No other popular pickup
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ReddishCompletes Wendy HillGraduates CORRECTION Closed DatesOn training activities at BlandLnar. [FBI Commends i standing Investigative work :Y:
Dolph .1 F The Telegraph: was' In errorlast > \ The Commission! urges the co- Sheriff Murrhee stated! that
+ From week In stating' that the FishingAt operation of all.,fjjjjsjmen j t In Clay Sheriff three of the suspects bath\e25.$ ':
i Community Elate: Bank\ had' pur- the Interest of their own safety, 000 robbery have been cap Ted ;r
Chipola] JC. chance, :property on W Call and to Insure the future avail- For AssistanceClay Tho fourth suspect; lAstpr '.
FBI Academy f.f.t. Wendy Hill of Hampton received Street from the Holls! Knight': Blanding ability and use of the Blanding Wayne Ruls, Is.-tlllat; large He .....:
: her AA degree in graduation ('. l\le.: Til:? pr.op.1. l'ty -' ceremonies at Chipola SI;i rice 11.:;Id site) was purchased Remaining closed! dates! for National Guard units will bo MuiTbee has been commendedby horn In Slarkn on Oct. 23: ,VJ9)0.HP !! i
Chief Deputy Sheriff olph .J' Junior College in Marianna Saturday : from the N L. Knight estate, the Camp Blandirif Fish Management firing live nmrnnnlllnn on nearby the FBI for "the splendid in five fort nine Inch fi'tall. "'
Reddish will return to dutY evening May 10. The Area are: June 2-G. air defense artillery and cooperation of your department weighing: between 170 aa here next week ,after completing; Kia daughter of Mr. and Mrs Don 9-13, and 23-27: ; June 30 to July mortar firing ranges during In connection with the recent pounds, has bleached blonde a ahall'
three months course. i&t,the J;, Hill of Hampton, Wendy was coming Queen Chairman for 4; awl August 11-15 nnd.I -22. those clatrs.Magnolia. !bank robbery at Keystone brown eves and a birthmark :
FBI National Academy in .Washington 3Jb voted one of 12 outstanding Florida Junior College Week, The area( affectPd) bv the closIIIR Height: : below hl.s left cyp '\' :
D, C.Graduation. sophomores last month by 'the and vice-president .of the fresh ( Includes! Blue Pond, Perch Lake State Park A letter from the sppplal! agent to
exercises we-re'' Cupola faculty. man class. will remain open, It was an- In charge of the Jacksonvillearea Murrhn said; that Ru\t\ 11 .'
Pond ,
Lowry Lake and Magn-
held Wednesday: May 28, In :::. r- ." She has been active in Cam- A 1967 graduate of Bradford olia Lnkc. nounced.PAYROLL. FBI. said: "Your fine armed and considered' danprcr-
the East Room of the White f ':;'I '1 pus Club, SGA, Chief Justiceof County High! School, she plans to The closed dates wore sot by work In this matter led to'a ous. Anyone having! /! Information
House at the request of Preslden ,. ''VI:! .. '< the Student Court, state transfer to the University of the Florida Game & Fresh ENVELOPES, quick Identification of the regarding him is requested to 'f
Nixon br, ..Oil) I...!' treasurer! of SGA, B&U, Dorm Florida and major in elemen- Water Fish Comm'sslon'! due to Bradford County Telegraph.Ph subjects Involved" and congratulated contact: Sheriff! Murrheet the
Murrhce and officers olhl.s FBI.
The President and the Attor-, ., Proctor Candidate for Home- tary education National Guard summer field! 964-6305. ,

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exercises which marked the I I TI ,
successful completion of a 12-
week i i QUICK FROZENGRADE I I
training program which is
offered) twice each year to specially "1' ,
selected candidates drawn : i i 'A' i' i iI i
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from.all This levels is the of first law time enforcement the- ; : :1'9fefh' TENDER SLICED QUARTER i FOOD



held graduation Career in the' the National officers exercises White.selected Academy House.have to been are attend ,i >;: i i i TURKEY i i ',


trained in the most modern: and ,
effective methods aimed .at combating I .j.. .. PORKLOINI I FA IR 1
crime. Often relerred was I".J I I
"the West Point of Law Enforcement "DRUM
," the Academy, has. I I

Reddish will resume Ms duties i ::.
with the Sheriff's departmenthere I I I SUPERMARKETS@ I

;ington.upon He hU will return be accompanied from Wash- I .f. r.l C I'IOPS' I I STICKS I ,

!home by Mrs. Reddish! who was ;- II I I

.tend In Washington the graduation
been regarded as >the most Intensive '
training program 'avail J i OR LEG QUARTERS ------ .
able to law enforcement .
personnel -
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The hundred I I I Merchants ;
one membersnow -
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Sports BanquetSet I I I I l'

TonightAnnual

Spring;: Sports Banquetfor MILD DAISY ALL MEAT LAND O' FROST
SLICED
Tornado basketball!: bass- SOLID
ball ,and track 1 Participants:: is
set tonight (Thursday: ::! May 22)) CHEESEWEDGES AMERICAN SLICEDBOLOGNA CHIPPEDMEATS
,at 7 p.m, !in the Bradford High OLEO
School Cafeteria. CHEESE
Buster Bishop: University ot)(
Florida golf seas i, will be the
guest .!;eaker. Bishop led the, 3ozPKG
Gator golfers to the: National
Collegiate Athletic Association S1ICEDAZAIIA
championship last year.
Hs is also: BHS Athletic Direc-
tor David HU sa'S high school
football coach.

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SENIOR ACTIVITIES
JuniorSenior Prom May 23 LONG
Senior Exam'nation! : May. 29- : TMIUM Mrs 1.29ASST
30. Senior Privilege Days, June
26. Baccalaureate, June 8. Class
Night June 9, Commencement, .
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June 10.RECREATION
:: NEWS
This Is the third week of pine
for boys 9 to 17 In City League PACKED BY DEL MONTE
VAN CAMP'SOR QUICK REFRESHER
baseball The Blue Jays are in Pantry EDUCATORCRAX
1st place with! two wins and no FLAVORSCANNED LYKES12ez Pantry Pride ASSORTEDVEGETABLES GATORADE
losses. Dodgers: !: and Braves are
tied for 2nd place with one win
POTATO CHIPS
and one loss The !Meta are in ,
,
last place with no wins, These PI AS Ml**! *lM
games are played every Monday Twin Pk.
and Thursday at 4 p.m at 12oz
the Reno Playground EveryoneIs 8oz 3IFANCY
15/I 384 BOX
Invited to come out and en- CANS CANS
Joy an evening of baseball.
CHURCH NEWS
Greater Bethlehem Free Will L
Baptist burch, Rev. Jasper Williams I I d 1 R f

Choir No pastor.3 rehearsal.Monday Tuesday night I FOLGERS I. ;;. Oail iredk 8 1 I

night. Choir No. 1 rehearsal. GOLDEN RIPE I .
Wednesday night. Prayer MeetIng ,
I .
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Thursday night. Ladles

sold Circle Band.from Saturday Friday the kitchen night)night: Sunday dinners Prayer J : OFFEE i APPLE i BANANASOld I

School 9:30.: Morning' Worshipat : I
11. Evening S-l'\'lc:?, 6 p.m. c:
:Mount Moriah United Church! ,
Rev. II. P Hudson!!: pastor. I PIES I
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Church School 10 a.m.Iol'l1lng: BU I
Service! at 11. Afternoon service 1 I
4 p.m. All officers and members I
Invited a LB I SAVE 2<. PKG OF 12. PLAIN OR POWDERED SUGAR I a.
Ebenezer Baptist Church i CAN C I
Rev. Leroy Davis. pastor. Bible ? I DO I
Class every Tuesday 7 p.m. C NUTS .......................................... 27$ I
Prayer Meeting each Thursday I I SAVE 17l.

night.Church Greater RAllen\'. L. Chapel A.! Sampson AME 1 t1 1 I 1 ,,1 WITH 5- OR MORE ORDER SWEET BUNS .......................3/I/ I I

pastor Sunday School; 10 a.m.
with Mrs. F. B. Dclestre: in
charge. Morning Worship at 11. NOT IAMOI. NOT OIANT
The Stewards D.-ive; will! terminate CLOVER VALLEY
June 22 All members" are FREESTONEPEACHES KING SIZE
asked to cooperate with ]his other
captain and pay your FAB or
pledge. Each member and his
or her friend is invited to cooperate COLD POWER
with this effort. Buya
dinner to help your captain, 29oz
June 8 at the parsonage 4/l ONLY
The Junior Church! memberswill
have a Measurement Party -
at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Par
sonage. Ail members and
lends invited.


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KeystoneHilifes/ Belote Leads Little League ::3n:


Going Into Second Half I 6 ::::


Plea** Phone In Your Horn 473-414S :':.

As the Keystone Heights Little of the park for a homer, and .... __ :.:
____ League went Into the last portion the only score of the game. Al- :: '_ :

By Regina Schuber try Club will be the .setting for of Its sason Belote's Drug though Scales managed 4 hits''' i\\ :.zj

JuniorSenior Prom of Key stretched out its lead by scoringa to Cunningham's 3, they were : :.:0:

WOMAN'S CLUB stone High School on Friday 3-1 victory over the Volun-' unable to score. Cunninghamused ;: ___J.Ja_ ____ :...,
Woman's Club will catei Dave Thacker on the
The May 23. The theme will be teers in Saturday's game. Site of the club house overlooking Lok. Hutchinson with
a luncheon for members of "The 1 Belote's pitcher Bret Cole allowed mound for 6 Innings, with Larry' Bill Baker opens the official account in the name of The I
Garden Club of The Lakes" on "Spring In the South. and. only two hits. while strik. Goldthrope relieving in the 7th. League of Postmasters for the construction of the club residents standing around temporary sign. Front row,

Thursday May 22, at the club- music will be provided by the ''ing out 14 batters. Larry Turk. Scales started with Tommy house. Shown in the picture are, left to right, Bank Presi- left to right, Mrs. Betty Schw y.n, Mrs. Veta Sherwin,
Rowe Brothers of People'sPI'omotion.
house at 12:30: p.m. Installation: ;jnett, the losing pitcher also allowed Smart In the box going to Mike dent N. W. Hardenbergh, Jr. Bank Vice President and Rolla Pinaire, Emily (Ison, Cleo Aldrich. Back

jf new officers 'will follow NEW BOOKS OFFEREDAT only two hits and struck Wingate In the 7th. Cashier, Mrs. Josephine Reed, and Bill Baker. right, Mrs. Mae Sargeant, Merrill Aldrich.

limrh.-)n. out 11. Dave Thacker hit 2 for 3 for
TilE LIBRARY
4 H CLUB ;, The Volunteers took a 1-01 Cunningham with one of thema
FICTION: The Liar-Thomas Club House Planned For Postmasters VillageWork I
The Coi/ply 4-H Clubs will Savage; Bachelor DoctorE.. lead in the first inning on hits: double.

sponsor a barbecue chicken dinner Seifert; The K111ers.-D. P. Man- by Bruce Blea.sdale and Larry! With each team having three

Saturday May 24 at the nix; Call For The Saint -.Char- Turknett.In games remaining. Belote lead will start about June Ion floor space. Facilities will include will handle most of the con- "ing 95) additional homesltes
Court House Annex. Green Cove the fourth. Belote tied It the league with a 6-0 record. construction of club housein ,
tens; The Velvet Hammer- a two bathrooms a kitchen struction work to keep down total is now under development.
[Springs From 5 to 8 P. M. Faith Baldwin; X-3-J. M. Cain: up on two Volunteer errors followed Cunningham is in second place Postmasters Village on the and a large meeting room. It Is costs. Ownership of property In the'

Tickets will be $1.25 for adults April Lady Georgette Heyer; by a solid hit to right by with 3-3. followed by the Volun- east 'side of Lake Hutchinsonnear hoped to have the structure The retirement village was Village Is limited! to members

.and 75e for children 12 years of Dctectlon Unlimited Georgette Leon Ridaught. Belote went teers at 2-4 and Scales with 15. Lake Geneva.W. completed by mid-summer.. opened by the Bakers In 1965, of the National League of Postmasters -

age and linger, and may be pur- Heyer: Foxes on The Hill-S. ahead in the 5th when pitcher Next week's games on May E. (Bill) Baker developerof The new club will be financedand and now contains 13 homes occupied who buy lots in ad-

chased fromj4-H members or at S. Hilsinger; Bellwood-E. Oglllev Bret Cole doubled with two on. 24 will be Belote vs Cunningham the Village said the new club owned by the National by retired postmasters. vance and then build homes as

the door. Tne public is Invited : The Rosemary Tree-K. The Volunteers were able to |lat It l:30.: and Volunteers. will be of concrete block construction League of Postmasters. Baker All of the 135 lots originally of- they retire. Baker said that at

*>_s sni! !! / Goudge. catch up In their half of the vs Scales with 1-5. containing approximately and other members' of his family fered have been sold. Baker least three home homes are expected -

GOLF-A-KOUND NON-FICTION: Raven Seek sixth giving Belote a 3-1 vic will Next! be week's games on May 24 1,000 square. feet of and residents of the village said and a new section containli' to be built this! year.
Belote
vs Cunninghamat
Members of the Woman's clot rhy Brother Gavin Maxwell; tory.
of Keystone Got\ In the :nightcap CunninghamGulf 4:30.: and Volunteers vs Scales -
Association My Heart's In The Heather- '
Club attended a fashion show Seon Manley. edged out Scale's GroceryIn at 6:45.: Admission in free. Mrs. R. P. Vogh, 4 th place. ...... ...""'- ..- spent last weekend with relative -
= at The Ocala. Municipal an extra inning game 1-0. Refreshments are on sale with in
and: lunchson:: JUENILE: The Hurricane" Bradenton and Okecho-
Golf & Club on Thursday Colt-Beth Brown; Mexican Assignment After six scoreless Innings proceeds going to the Little WOMAN'S CLUB
Mark Barker knocked out League. The VOICE of theSPORTSMAN bee.Guests
May 15.Members. -J. K. McClarren; .A one Melrose Woman's Club at Griffin's Lodge last

playing In the Golf. Cat And His Dogs.-Kurt Unkel- held their last meeting for this ; week Included Mr. and Mra.

A-Round were Zaa Tolle!!, SueDwyer. 'bach. season when all committee ; Gordon Hill and family, Mr.

Fran Llvlrgtcn? Mildrend The regular summer reading president. Mrs. Barry' Wymen; vacation in South Florida. chairmen gave reports about \ and Mrs. Jimmy Bell Mr. and
treasurer 'Mrs. M. H. Bowen; extended to things accomplished for this By MIKE CHITTY
sutton. Jane Hardegree. Alice program for young readers will Best wishes. are :, Mra. Pete Heberling, and Mr.
Wallace. secretary. Mrs. Don Wallace. Mrs. Ruby Coppock and Charles year. and Mrs. Rhoden.

Niebert and Thelma gift cerl- begin June 10. Children from Appointive officers: Finance. Horwltz ''Of Lake Willott who The principal item has been 11'0.';.. _".," ,"',......,.."':.;.,.",......"..; _""""""" ""
Mrs. Tolles won a the first to the eighth gradesare
ficate for second low gross In invited to join the "reading Mrs. Roy( Bridges; Membership were .recently united in marri deciding to build an addition to Mrs. Helen Walker of Jacksonville -
Mrs. Nettie Stltchberry; Kit. The present building and raising
was a weekend guestof
C KEYSTONE Flight BAND for Heights fun"Library.Safari at the Keystone chen Mrs. Alex Gaunt; Publicity age.Neighbors on W. Uakevlew funds for this project. At pre- Is HI there rolling-reporter Sports Fans, witt this from her dock on Big Sante Fa the D. W. Carpenters. Mrs.

Mrs. F. P. Egan (also his Drive which has. been renamed sent, $2,500 has been raised your last week. Shirley Reddish and children of
Twilight Lawn HERE AND for The Bass
will be a THERE news arc
There you.
torian); Sewing Mrs. Bernard mostly Irom donations[ and pledges Shlpman's Camp (west shore Starke were Sunday guests.
have enjoyed
In Azalea Park on Friday Mr. and Mrs. LaCosteof Lake Driver still biting and the Breamare
concert Stanley
Slocomb; Walfare. Mrs. Bert and receipts from a benefit Sante Fe) also reported a Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Johns
meeting Mr. and Mrs. Bert Saw
evening May 30 by the Keystone and Mr. and Mrs. picking up all the time,
week
dinner.It good for
our fishermen.
Mrs. the weekendat
Chrlstoffers! ; Sunshine. and family spent
of Coventry. England who are far I've heard the
Band. Ray Becker of Melrose as as Specsare
Keystone have returned -
also this Among those
was agreed at fishing from
of lake
Charles Wallenius; Book their home.
There Is a project being developed home after a cruise on Golden Memories Mrs. Albert here to visit their son. Dr. J. G. time to dnate a $40 scholar- still biting. Looks like Starke, and the surroundingareas
by parents of Band the S. S. Argjntina, with Saw, associate professor of Statistics things are shaping up pretty
portstops Eaohmann., Spiritual Life, Hospitality ship toward helping the Presby- were: Jerome Peterson On Wednesday of last weeK
; ,
and Juniors and Seniorsof throughout the Caribbean.Mrs. at the University of Flo- good this season. And if we 8 Bass Mr.
Aides Pianist, and Telephone terian Church sponsor an art ; and Mrs.Raymond my aunts, Clara Sullivan of
High School to raise Ruth OhLson has returned class this can ever have some calm .Saxon 30 Specs
Keystone be rida.We summer. and 20 Bream Willlston, and Teenle Cren-
will
Committee chairmen
money 'lor new uniforms for the home after a stay at Gainesville trust that Mrs. Roy Chas-. Two scholarships for Mel- weather for a while, well It's Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crevasse shaw of Gainesville came out

band.It Medical Center. announced Circle, Chairmen! later. and cochairmen teen is recovering from .recent rose students who are attending Even gonna with be too rough bad for the fish. 25 Soecs and 4 Bass; Mr. and to soak up some sun, but got

Is called "Community Mrs. Roy Chaften has returned William Sr. surgery. or will attend college will have been weather people Mrs. Harry WalUngfonl/ Id soaked with rain instead. Also
Mrs. BEam tearing'em
Birthday Calender". The calendar from a stay at the hospitaland : Correction: We wish to correcta be given at a later date. up. Specs and Bream last week my mother, Cricket
Mr.
and Mrs. Bert ChrIst offers; Mrs. Uncle Alfred Hudson of ; and Mrs.
will list birthday dates of Is recuperating after typographical error. Mrs. Judy Preceding the club meeting Sam
major Fred Smith and Mrs. Paul Gainesville has been workingon Babbitt, 35 Specs and took Mrs. Ida. C. Whitehead to
families,,dates of club meetingsand surgery at Gainesville Medical Cuendet; Mrs. W. F. Wilson .and Cunningham has
daughter net a At this time
meeting. plans
Center.
other information.The Drlggers 45 In Gainesville
and his Edward Christmas Bream Charles
Mrs. Alex Gaunt Mrs. Kelly nephew ;
:
listing. The Len Harris Is in daughter as was stated. last for the new addition were dis
cost Is 25c a Baptist Hospital Healey 25 Specs
Greeson, and Mrs. Don Wallaceof went and caught 10 Bass ; Mr. and Mrl.
dated 'week. cussed. Hostesses were Mrs. News Ik I scarce this week so
calendar year will be Jacksonville after sur- Louie Poutrie 28
Specs
and 4
the Morning Circle. Nightingales Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and 5
Grace Stevens Mrs. S. E.
from September to 'September. gery. Bass; Mark I'll turn the rest of this'col
I : Mrs. James Cook ,and evening Alfred and my Bowers 30 Specs -
Feld-
Listings must be received before Mrs. John H':!nnesey of Elizabeth Mrs. Arthur Mannering. Rebec- Swanbum Mrs. Helnrlch father caught 4 nice Bass and 1 and Bream and Mr. and Mr. umn over to Leeon. The Lord

June 1. // N. J. is spending two .gas: Mrs. Myron Prevatt> Sr.. jiLililifly mann Netta.' and Mrs. Gladys Van Warmouth. Saturday they cau- Bob Cotungham. 42 Spec. has blessed me with another
For farther Information con- weeks with Mr. and Mrs. John ght 8 Bass, while Buddy Ellis Looks like the Shlpmans were poem about his wonderful book
'and Mrs. Richard Sunderland. will in the
Meetings
tact Mrs" Ernest Tomes, 473- Sullivan of Nelson's Point. Mrs. resume and Mr. Gibbs of Gainevllle, quite busy last week, just keep. the Holy Bible so here it i....
named first fall.
(Chairmen co-
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1K89\ or Mrs. Halph Naples 473- Hennesey Is .Mrs. Sullivan's sis chairmen .second.) Joyce Rowe ART CLASS caught their limits of 20 Bass. ing record In.Butch of the catches that (Continued on Next Page)
came .
1165. ter.Eric Following the luncheon the -nrsflrrrrflsflsflt Women of the Church of Pres- Sunday, Buddy, Mr. Gibbs and .. .
Azalegf'Park Is ore bleak westf Garber on of Mr. and Church will James Chltty caught 25 Bass. .
byterlal an
circles will organize and sponsor
Back facing St. Mrs. Charles Garber of Nelson's appoint Griffin's Lodge (east shore Howard, who lives between -
Keystone
> Mr. and
their individual officers''', Mrs. E. M. Robin- art class this summer for students :
Ralford
\nr.e's Episcopal: C urch. Point has been home on leavei son spent Mother's Day with with exceptional talent. Santa Fe), reports the fish were and Lawtey, told KEYSTONE
Includng the devotional chair- me that he's been
"" C .tTO from Fl. Benning biting pretty good again last catching some
Ga. While
their son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. Edyth Wallace will teach nice
men for next fall's meetings. Bream and
Warmouth
Mrs. lpter, Presidentof home, he entertained a guest FELLOWSHIP CLUB Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Logsdonand the classes at Melrose Elementary week. Monday Roy Griffin New River in

the Sqoste-'lub.0/ has calleda Carl Nelson of Alexandria, Va. 'Fifty-three members and family in Orlando. Their during July. There will guided Mr." Josh and Mr. Zook his mobile,home.which runs behind

spec/iF me'ng' .Thursday. Mrs. Ray Chance spent last other daughter and family Mr, be 12 classes of two hours for and they caught 6 Bass, the Fellows that's HEIGHTSDIRECTORY
guests of the ;Fellowship Club ] 4 all the
May 22*. 'at 8p.nln the school] weekend in Washington. D. C. and Mrs. Andrew Dunk: of Miami older students and 90-minute largest weighing pounds. Roy 'I sports
enjoyed a cookout on May 8 at went out alone Wednesday and could] scare this
gymnasium ;wjprpose. of the She will be leaving Keystone were also visiting the Logs- classes for younger students. up week. As
,
Gold Head Beach Park. I
caught his limit of 10 Bass. sit here
meeting Is tOTlcertaln! whether about June 7 to move to her dons. Students will be chosen from writing this contain
parents wanttdi3band or con new home In the Washington, Julius Hanson and Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Richard Durbin grades two through six. Thursday Roy caught 4 Bass, I'm watching the first live color

tinue the "Boos1" club for next D. C. area.NEWS. Norwood s.howed their skill
year. Their' lessnce| at themeetinjLVlITd .outdoor> cookery by preparing weekend with his parents, Mr. per student and it Is hoped that last. and week Mrs.at Pete Griffin's Bennett spent help but wonder If there are RABY'S AUTO
the charcoal broiled hamburger"lW'l1ich Lodge.
ermine the decision and Mrs. C. W, Durbin. most of the money can be rais- any fish up there. If there
/ /- )Hf. NOTES highlighted\ the menu. We were sorry to hear of the edthrough donations from clubs Roy guided Mr. Beasley and are, I'd sure like to be one SERVICE
I parents are Assisting in the preparationsand : death of Mrs.Sarah P. Barring- churches and Interested people. Mr. Boone Friday and they of the first people to chunkan

All Intereste Helen entertainment ware the ton, who died last week at the Parents who can afford it can caught 19 Bass, the largest artificial lure at 'em. But Complete Auto Repairs
urged to attendJUNIOH.SENIG By EgaD weighing 7 3/4 pounds. Saturday
PROM president Mrs. William BeamSr age of 76 In the Gainesville pay for the classes but no student I'm not expecting to go any Air Conditioning Repairs

Golf &Coun- :. vice president A. P. Hall- Extended Care Nursing Center will be turned away becausehe Roy guided Mr. Gordon time soon, so I guess I'll Just A: Automatic Transmission
The Galnearle. COMMUNITY: : CHURCH Hill and they caught 9 Bass.
man and Mrs. Hallman; and after a long Illness. Membersof cannot afford to pay. Anyonewho have to stick around here for a Service
'1"" Mrs Roy Turknett presidentof Mrs. Mary: Wilcox, 2nd vice her family living in Melrose wishes to contribute may One of the Hill party who fish- little longer.
Wo ed out from Griffin's PRONE 473-4404
the Community Church caught a
president. Lillian (Norwood contact the Church. So till next week I'll
performed include] her husband B. A.Bar- say,
DKAGLNE WORKBULJDOZING 'men 10 pounder on Sunday. Little Lake Bedford
-
the appointed
will announce
"
her task of keeping the rington and three brothers Students who are chosen will "Good bye and good luck!
and The Griffin's told a quite unusual -
circle chairmen cochairmen
) books straight.We be contacted at later date. .
C. Priest Perry Calvin a flr
.. Annual M. Perry story while reporting s-rss rn s-s s r rrrna.
at the Spring
EARTh MOVING that of ''the BEAUTY SHOP
regret some and Emery B. Perry.
.... Sym- their news last week. It seems
Luncheon on May 19.
members will be for FLEA M.RKETThe .
away a. pathy is extended to them and otfier -
CALL As the co.c airmen havE time, traveling! In near and far members of the family. Melrose Action Committee that the large Bass looking INDIAN BEACHLake KEYSTONEBEAUTY

Big Chill/ Heavy special dalles: in assisting the places. but there will ,be fellow- Mrs. Maude Comer is home is planning a Flea Market to weigh anywhere from 8 to

) ttA ,circle charmen their names.are ship during the summer for with a broken leg from a fall and ,Bake Sale to be held at the 14 or 15 pounds, are swim- ( Santa Fe) SHOP

Construction j ; I Inc.Wilatka.J25M76 ,being glveru as fallows: Circle those who remain ,at home.Prospective she suffered last week. Parish House Saturday, June 7. ming up to their camp and get. By: Michael H. Chltty ri
President, Mrs. Roy L. Turk- new members ,are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sapp and The flea market will feature ting their baby Ducks. They .PCW4aoN. OWMT
Phone 475iSIStflrrrs _
aDd Creative
,, < ._...$i ,nett Jr..; 1st vice president. Invited to;< attend the June 12 family Mr. and Mrs. Hugh used Items at discount prices. swim right up in the shallow ..e Mm of Hate Tloautj gtjlXveij -
Walter Groliek; 2nd vice Sapp and Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Proceeds from the sale will be water, attack the ducklings and Sr 4nrss4Anfl
plrs.
' luncheon meeting at the Masonic 0aIIIIN TMat. t-6
,\ Sapp and family, attendedthe used to finance the many fine eat them. Roy says that he'sgoing Mr. and Mrs. X. M.Smlthandfamily -. .. ; closed
hall at 12:30.: All those attendingare .
Wynn family reunion at the projects of the Committee. to make him a bait that of Starke, and Mr. and
010'....',' asked t!> bring a basket of home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Anyone with Items they wishto looks! like a baby Duck and see Mrs. Keith Cheshire of Gainesville -
food, individual Uble.: service, BUILDING MATERIAL
George in Morriston last Sun donate can call Richard if he can do anything. But were Mother's Day guests
HARDWARE
beverageand- 15 cents rent Moore and the articles will be I'll .bet If Bettv doesn't watch of Mrs. H. T. Smith and Mri.

.. money. Membership .dues are $1 day.Miss Iva Hillyer is visiting picked up. him, he'll have her chicks hook Ruby Wolfe. Mrs.Trellle Cheshire
per year and may be paid to the week with Mri. BROOKLYN
New spent
York. ed on his line,fishing with them."Won't .
Mrs. Fern Hanson.( Miss Zoe Terry,who has been BROWNIESMeirose you Roy?" Smith and Mrs. Wolfe. Mrs SUPPLY HOUSE

Readers of the Keystone spending the winter at her home Brownies held their Andy Boswell and Red Neal H. C. Rogers of Lyons, Ga..

Heights Reporter will enjoy here ]left last week for her home regular weekly meeting at the who live on the north shore of and John and Roger Harrison Lumber Plywood Builder's'"

I II meeting the correspondent Mrs. in New Jersey.Mr. Parish House. The girls enjoyed Big Sante Fe, caught quite a of Jacksonville visited them Hardware Roofing Sheetrock

Charles McGlave who will be and Mrs. R. W, Becker spatter painting.The few Bass last week. Monday, Sunday. Paneling Paint Insulation

I guest speaker' 'at this meeting.A have just returned from a Brownie Troop won the Red landed a 10-pounder. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Milliard Tool ElectMcal A Plumbing

cordial welcome is extended: cruise. Piper Award participation In Joyce Barton routerunnerfor were visiting her mother Mrs. Supplier.

I to visitors and prospective members ( Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bryan the recent Neighborhood Sllm's FIsh-'N Stuff(Key- Sweat in Qidtman, Ga., last Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886

attending the [picnic at have moved to their home on Brownie Meet in Gainesville stone, ) reported catching week.

Gold Head. Their names as the lake for the summer. A new Brownie Rebecca around 20 nice Bream off Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hall, CONCRETE PRODUCTS

taken from 'the register are: Mr. and Mrs: Bill Singletonand Bells was also' Installed at and Chris Hall of Savannah

Mrs. Ellen Drew, Mrs. Cecil Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sapp the meeting. Ga., were visiting Mr.and Mrs. FOR

Neel, Mrs. Elsanor Johnston. attended a country and western INTE LACIIEN! NAMES G. W. Ellis over the weekend.Mr. CONCRETE!: PRODUCTS

(Swan Lake). Mrs. Rlllle La- show in Gainesville last week. INTERLACHEN: TOP SENIORS! and Mrs. Andy Boswell CALL OR SEEEdward'

Mcntague, Mrs. Martha. McMic-. For those of you who have SCHOOL NEWS Valedictorian

/ kle Mrs. Elizabeth Moore Dr. been wondering school will be The Future Farmers of America honors at Interlachen and salutatorian Help SoughtTo a BuildfngSupply

Grace Roble Chares 'Horwltz, over June 6. But don't forgetthe met Tuesday and decidedto School were High Inc.
awarded to Dell ,
Col. and Mrs. Jack Turner, ,and offered.summer program that is being have their annual parly; at Matchett and Diane Addison! this Raise Fund 728 8. MAIN 372-4444

Mrs. Bsulah Smith. DUPLICATE BRIDGE the home of Mr. and Mrs.Ralph year;! For Band Uniform Oalaetvllle Florida
Mr. ,and Mrs. Roy Bridges en- .. Armstrong on Lake Swan. Dell
joyed a weskar.d's.: rest .at their Winners of the Duplicate The Seniors will take a class received valedictorian "
honrs
'vacation home on Lake Toxa- Bridge Club were Mrs. Paley trip to St. Johns Junior Coll- for compiling the high "The Band Aids a groupof NURSERY
in-
est
The weather way. N. C. Boyd and Mrs. John Strawn, ege In Palatka on May 22, and grade-point average In his parents and other persons

Mr. and Mrs. William Walz 1st place; Mrs. R. N. LivIngston have a full day of fun. and class. He is the son of Mr. terested in the Keystone :HeightsHigh O.C. Carnes Nursery
Mrs.
soliciting
and Mrs. J. P. Vose The Junior College will try G. C. Matchett of School Band ''are
report says: had as recent quests their son 2nd place; Mrs. Mary Cook; to Interest the seniors in attending Johnson, is a member of the help \In. rasing funds to purchase Thousands of plants
Walz and whc
Rudolph family and Mrs. F. T. Hogue 3rd the college next year. Beta Club, the FFA, and is new uniforms) far the Fruit Trees-Shade TreesEvergreens
were returning to their: homein
'BAHK-BY-MAIL olace: Mrs. C. W. Hardy and EarUer In the year the Juniors serving as president of both band.
Bloomin dale. N.J. after a visited the college were taken the Senior Class and Student Their concert project Is the

II through the buildings and givena Council. He plans to attend "Birthday Calendar" which Camellias & Azaleas

free lunch. classes at St. Johns River Junior will contain advertisements of MOST ALL IN CANS

1 Avoid bad weather. Set yourselfup The District Track Meet was College in the fall and local merchants the meeting PLANT ANY TIME -

CHICKEN SUPPERSATURDAY held recently at the University\ cian.study to be an elctronlcs techni- dates of clubs and organizations", Beautiful Roses -

convenience of of Florida track in Gainesville anniversary dates, and a family
to the entered four boys Miss Diane Addison! all LandscapingPhone
MAY 24 Interlachen ; was plan of birthdays, listing
Steve Coburn Jerry Teske, awarded saultitorian honors for members of the family. 659-2165
If banking by mail with an account I 5:00: TILL 7:00 P.M. Dennis Thacher and Curtis being second In her class. She The coat la $2 per listing! Including
Is the 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on
j West, in the pole vault; Curt daughter of Walter Add : (lie} eallandE :If JOU

here. American Legion Hall, Hwy. 21 N. Courtney In the long Jump. Tes of ison the of Beta Melrose. is a member have not been contacted by .& Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome.UStD

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ke placed third In the pole vault attend Club and plans to .band member or a Band Aide" CARS
meet St. Johns River
and qualified for me state Junior and leave
school
call the
'KEYSTONE( STATE BANK i West placed sixth. College'in the fall. your please Dame and number. Someone Hanks Used Car
Fried chicken, Hush puppies Beans Interlachen finished 11th out Both students attended Mel- immediate
will contact
Cole Slaw Tea Coffee of 13 schools] defeating Haw- rose High until students wore you Bid
or CASH DISCOUNT
Member FJX1.C. fmjtUut B.l.hU, Fl.. thorne and Willlston. moved to Interlachen last fall. ly.C. '

The annual Junior-Senior Graduation exercises will be A. Whlsenant. calendar TERMS
IYou FrteMJ7 Baak !. You Frhadlj $1.25. Prom was held Saturday nightat held In the school gymnasium on chairman. ''asks that the public BUY>- SELL TRADB

c-aaalt1.- the Ravine Gardens in Pa- June 6 at 8 p.m. This will be respond to (tibia band projectnow *T. I. BOX ...
Bingo Every Saturday, 8:00 P.M. laths? the frlst graduating class for and the closing dwr: 01 Wwy. ill I MUes &Staat.2,1969ThLEGWflT. .
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KEYSTniMR WEIGHTS i liiW: 1m: ::'!":: 4-H Awards Berry Giant Screen Color ProjectionAdds

mm BEACHlake S1! Event Is Set
Realism to Studio ProductionRealistic
FIRST
BAPTIST ::::: Y::1:
ti-y
t
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. For TonightSome
( 8U/ Fe) Worship Service, 11 a.m. and j: Prices Up background have been attained in motion picture
Michael I H. CUtty
Byi 7:30 f.m. Training Union 6:30.: :tie a4dt 30 4-H boys and girls ," production and television through the use of a giant.-Mize color ;
Phone. 475-ltU Nursery open all services.-Rev. 1 will receive awards and medal '
image. It be realistically re-photographed with live models
flats ((12 can
A total of 104,810
the
during
or- ". .. r" Lawrence Carroll pastor. : for achievements
CATHOLIC : year at the first annual Awards pints!) of Bradford County's fam for color broadcast or Aiming capability.

(From Preceding Pace) St. Williams. Sunday Mass : Night to be held tonight (Thurs- ous strawberries were shipped General Electric manufactures the color video projector

9 a.m. Wednesday Mass and No. : day) at 7:30: In the Agricultural during the recent 19C9 releasedby season while Front Projection Corporation manufactures. the studio.,

vena, 7 p.m.COMMUNITY. : Building at the Fairgrounds. according to figures .. I
LEEON'S CORNER CHURCH : Bobby Taylor, assistant county the Starke State Farmers

Sunday School 9 ::40 a.m. 1 agent said tonight's event will Market. IT'S NEW -
"The Ark"The Morning Worship 11. Youth i: YlN :- be a covered dish supper, but Total sales were $368,209 for
earth became filled with Fellowship (all teenagers) 7 It Is hoped In future years to an average price of $3.51 per The New,Easy. Way To Do Your Drive In Shopping.

evil, p.m., Mrs. William Hardlgrce develop into an annual banquet. flat. Results include the public.
And wickedness covered the at the market, the Bradford
auction
said that those receiving
leader. Holy Communion 1st Taylor
DRIVE-IN SHOPPINGJust
land.It Strawberry Cooperative,
awards and medals tonight
each Wednesday
Sunday quarter. -
God that He'd made
grieved shippers
private
several
z N selected from boys and and
will be
this world Prayer Service 7:30.: -Dr. who have done blue ribbon working at the market. Drive-In ... We'll Do The Serving.
A. C. Holt pastor emeritus. girls
So
He decided to move Ills
Results are not entirely accur-
EPISCOPAL work during the year.Tonight's .
great hand. ate since! some strawberries' are .
be In
will
St. Anne's: Holy Communion program
.shipped directly! from the field DOWLING S
But Noah found grace with the 8 a.m. each Sunday. Holy Communion charge of Taylor and Miss Mar. .
by private shippers.Only
Lord, 1st Sunday 8 a.m. and tha Sue McCain, home extension
flats at aver
Because lie was a faithful and 9:30: a.m. 2nd, 3rd. and 4th Sundays economist. age price 27,051 of $3.21 an went Drive-In Curb Market & Groceries;

righteous man. Morning Prayer 9:39: (
Equipment: Taken through the public auction or
So God saved Noah and his am. Holy Days announced.-
about 25 cent of the total
family, William I. Jones, Vicar. From CourthouseEquipment flats reported per shipped. Now offers this service in a full line of groceriescold
To use to replenish the land. beer .
ice
Prices this past \season were cuts fro/en foods! drinks cream

'tlrat with an estimated much higher than In previous -milk bread, pastries etc. ..
: \ : ,
Now Noah did build the Ark, much
Now there's so going on, value of $1,500 has been stolen
With the help and guidance of Till it has this old world In from the courthouse! accordingto years. Average price per flat :SWEKT; : fo'LUUAWATERMELONS)
In 1968 was $2.17 for 124,129 flats,
tho Lord.
a spin. Deputy Glen Moore. & PEACHES.
Then they gathered up the a !- Stolen were a grout pot about 22.000 more than were

animals, As I look at this fouled up a grout gun an air compressorand shipped Average this in 1967 year.was $2.96 for LARGE EGGS -. DOZ. -, 49c

And loaded them all aboard. world, a motor. 110.113 flats. In 1966 biggest recent Fresh Blackeyed Peru
And see what a shape we'renow The case is still under investigation.
in. year )J66.408 flats were Okra Corn and
: Squash
days Then the rains came 40 whole I wondar just how much longer shipped at an average of $2.98. ,

we'll go, Cash StolenAt
And completely covered the Before God brings judgement Eight-year-old Doug Jones 11, of Lawtey shows 10 t/1 ENTRANCE TO DRIVE-IN ON

land. again. pound black bass he cauiht In Klngsley Lake last weekon Farmer's MutualAbout WEST .SIDE

Now all the sin was washed! rod and reel with live worms as bait. Doug has been The TelegraphFor

from the earth, Judgement will come for sure fishing since age four, and has many fine catches to his $110 In cash was .stolen
And replaced by righteousman. from the Farmers Mutual Exchange OPEN 7 A.M. 11 P.M.
was
-
Only next time It will be with credit. The big one here is one of 14 caught by Doug and
fire. over the weekend according -
But thank God I'm on an Ark his father in KlngsJey last Sunday. to Deputy Glen Moore. Phone Office 964-6305 Supplies 7 DAYS A WEEK

But before the Lord turned That will take me to my home The thief, or thieves entered I

around.Men were back deep In sin. much:: higher.Text t 1 1 1 1 1 111 1H 1 1 111111 111 1111111 1111111 11;1111111111 1 11 111 11U111111111111 1 1111 11 1 1 1 11 11 1111 111111 11 1 1 1 111 1 11.1 1 through a side door.



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.. Top 24 Prices Hour Wrecker for Wrecked Service Can


Fuel Oil -

1 Used Can -
STANDARD OIL New Innerspringsand PUMPS J E.r D VACUUM cleaners re- E. LaRue Hwy. SOI N. Waldo
CLASSIFIED AD RATES Box SpringsDrop I ccr.dt'or.ed: : $15 up. 10 different I George i .M IWM!!
__ NEW AND USED
name:. brands to choose from.
INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
SERVICE STATION Up to IS words ____- 1.25 Us A Card or Call SALES ..SERVICE Parts & excellent repairs all MUST SACRIFICE-719 E. Lau-
lire Homeowners
PALATKA EA 5-9166 -
(Minimum charge) Deep & Shallow Wells mal s. Watson's House of ra St. 2 bedrooms. concrete

MRS. PEGGY SHALLER Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main, Gainesville LIFE & ACCIDENT block. Low down payment, bal-
Each word 15 __ .07
over 209 E. Adkins St.
Expert Service On 376-7110. tfchg Keystone Heights 473-4092 ance $50 per month.

Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired All Makes BILL POWELL Broker

PHONE paid In advance ____ .85 Upholstered & Refinished Plumbing Service DID YOU KNOW It's easy to 964-6464
own a Longcnamp Home?
MATTRESSES REBUILTStarke MEN WANTED Men cottage
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.
Phone
964-7061 Better' built tor FI.jrMa>> living
Memorials Resolution Agent parents age over 21. Startingpay
) File Folders complete line office -
You
plan or ours
9645132COMING DURRANCE PUMP
HASTINGS MATTRESS $295 month, promotion opportunities supplies. -The Telegraph
Your lot Contact Bu-
or
ours.
7 cents word AND SUPPLY CO.
per & UPHOLSTERY WORKS and regular increases Phone 964.6305.FURNITURE .
fnd Mitchell, phone! &646.153. -I
710 Lemon St. PaUtka in pay 8 hour day 5
I p O Box 238 Starke. !
CARDS OF THANKS + day week sick leave vacations, Refinishing. upholstering
tf4
INSURANCEAT 4t state ;retirement. If Interested, cabinet work an-
50 words or less --_- S.CO REDUCED RATES I
MEN WANTED Laundry please apply in person Personnel tiques restored to their ortgU

Each word over 50 __ .07 workers, Kitchen aids laborers AUTO. FIRE. BOAT Manager Sunland Training Center nal beauty. Call C. E. Jackson,
DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S Gainesville Fla, 1313 Madison St., Starke. Phone
watchman
cottage parents, -
SOON INSURANCE AGENCY An equal opportunity employer 9645370. tfchg
OFFICIAL cooks and clerks ground-
tchu" SUN SPORTS .
INSPECTION:\ STATION keeper, truck driver. Five
Lake Front Properties
Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30: P. M. day week, eight hour day. BAIRD
Except Saturday 8-12 NoonHILL'S Ctaite retirement vacations, MOORE BOAT TOR ED WAINWRIGHT Acreages large and small

sick leave.If Interested please Mobile Homes YOUR MONEY AGENCYFor Trailer Ld*- ""-- .
GARAGEKeystone
apply In person Personnel Starke Ph. &O"- 7CJ AU Your
Heights Manager Sunland Training NEW and USED Insurance NeedsSpecializing Homes, Bust esses

Telephone 473.416 Center, Gainesville Fla. 8.10.12' Wide Truck load discount prices
in S. E. M
) An equal opportunity employer. Good Hunter Fishing: Boats by Ca. FOR RENT: TV set, baby Quality Mobile Home InsurancePh.
it 1ATCHI beds elec. guitars amplifiers tfchg Reasonably Priced eel Craft 12' 14' 189.00 up. Starke 964-6818 Realtor Appraisal Service I

o refrigerators: day or week. DAHMER'S Gainesville 378-2785
H 9647923. tf-chg FOR SALE: Slightly used Kimball Serviced Guaranteed and WANTED: Used WringerWasher. Keystone His. 173.4816

console piano with bench Delivered In Starke Area ADDING MACHINES: Man. Will pay cash or take In
SEWING MACHINE Cleaned, $400 under .floor price. Shownby I I
\ FOR MYSTERY oiled and adjusted in your( ,appointment only. Call 964- NO EXTRA COST ual or electric. For sale or trade on anything. DAHMER'S, S1TMMER'JOBCOLLEGE 's,
home 4502 NW 13th rct.:: Add, subtract credit bal 864-7923. tf-chg
300. Vacuum cleaner re- 6820. TF US 441 N. STUDENT
pairs also. All work guaranteed. Galnetvllle 378-2785 I once -Bradford County Tele- Full or Part Time
MERCHANTS Dennis E. Cogglns. Phone 431- SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic rraph. WILL BUY: Used Appliances I
\
_.ftft .. Furniture TV's, Stereos, any- APPLY IN PERSONTASTEEFfrEEZ
Letters & Numbers for Interior
COMING IN and. exterior use. All sizes co SEWING MACHINES WANTED Relief Cook. Good thing of value. DAHMER'S. I

lors. Bradford County Telegraph Largest selections from which salary good working condi- '
iller BrownVolkswagen RE LiCE safe and fast with Go.
tf to choose Pfaff Neechl Ne1co.I t on.. Apply Longhorn Restaurant -
Will keep children home. I II.
Base tablets and: E-Vap "water m my
The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH FOR SALE 2 bedroom house I New REPAIR Home. &ALL Universal.MAKES. 301 South. tfchg pills.: Andrews Pharmacy. .I. hrly., dally or wkly Mra. Bryan

-. nice neighborhood, elec. range IQtp 6-26 _314 N. Church St. ; atp 5-22 I
I National Sewing GAINESVILLE'S
refrig. and gas heater. Phone IF WE DON'T HAVE IT '68 Malibu Sport/coupe. Trade

964-S801. 4tp 8-5 I Mach'ne Co., lARGEST SELECTIONLevies' we'll get It for you. Office for late station wvgon or small .

FOR SALE Old heart pine 611 W. University Ave. 378-1355 Supplies Furniture, Equlp- 6 cylinder oar. 964.5096. itp

house. Move or tear down. P. O. me-t. Bradford County
New & Used Gainesville FOR SALE House on 2 lots

Sales Service 'iJ///! Box 70, Hampton. J. G. Adklns. I SINGER AUTOMATIC ei/.t blocks from shopping are,

2tp 5-22 CONSOLE MODEL 210"N.. Cherry St. 964-7271. tfchg
of Tire MallGAINESVILLE Na. 900 Retirement Special -
1 Ml. North
machine! Zigzags, blind
HELP WANTED Electrician Frame bungalow 5 rooms Sewing : FOR SALE tted 2 ton Chevrolet '

I $5 per hr. Laborours $2.25 per bat, porch Newly painted AWAITS YOU AT stitches, buttonholes: decorates, stake body truck Contact
r hr. to work in Jacksonville area. etc. Original price $300. Has a ,
Nice fenced lot. Just 6000. Jackson Bldg. Subply. Itchg
i ri 3 revealing facto Ace Enterprises Box 68, Rai- 7 ee lIfelttl" .llfC.South's $64 balance, or ..reliable partyIn
ford, phone 4311000. Itchg No. 803 Cattle Ranch. 80 acres Western this area can assume $3 mon- FOR SALE 1959 Chev. I/
i FOR SALE Concrete block clcse in. Rustic home Mod ( :Largest Store thly payments. Will take older ton Fleeteids Pl/ikup. 1498 E
tell you why house; 3 bedroom 1 bath central FOR RENT 4 room furnished! ern kitchen -pecans and fruit. N. W. 6th Sti: at US,44l' machine In trade. Phone COLLECT Bessent Road. Ph. 964-5859 or

\ heat & air-conditioning. Cor- apartment. Private entrance. $35.500. Terms. Jacksonville, 353-1946, 964-7369. ttccg
ner lot. Phone 964-5367. tfohg Adults. 224 W. Lafayette St.2tchg.
should protect Strout Realty I night or day. Ask for
you your FOR RENT Furnished air- .
5-29 FOR SALE Antique Red Mahogihany
Reg. Broker Manager Will deliver no obu-I
Ave. conditioned! bachelor apartment, 1606 Main Street. library table; white
2117 N. Temple gation.
family with Nationwidc'sCrusader STARLING I HELP WANTEDDue Starke. Fla. $50 month. Renner ,Apt, 633 Mc. Stchg male:; Cropleaf Duncan Phyfe
to promotion need man to Mahon. Phone 964-6279. tfohsFAYE'S dining table. Also 10 wooden
961-6609
Ph.
Income Plan: FARM SUPPLY learn consumer finance busi- STEREO CONSOLE COMBO Venetian blinds, cheap. Ph. 964-

ness. Age 21 or over, high FABRICS. Hlway 301. Take, up payments on 2-month- 6279. Itch,
school graduate. Have car. Good 1'i! mi. north of Waldo. Open cld beautiful Stereo Console
225 E. Andrews
1. One out of every three men over 35 will be disabled salary plus expenses. Contact CAMPERSALES FrI., Sat. nights till 9. Sundays. like new. 4-speed record chang- ELECTRIC BOAT hoist. Free

before 65 Phone 961-6067 Town Finance Oo. 9647449. Hong 12-7. Weekdays. 96. TFchg er-combination radio. Balanced estimates Call 9647168.

2. The average length of disability is 5 years I Lower Prices FOR RENT 4 room unfurI : FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick 'e $67, or $9 per month. Phone 2tp 5-29

3. 500,000 people are totally disabled each year Vaccinate Now For: I nlished. house, $18 per month. I home central heat and air COLLECT Jacksonville 353-1946 Credit FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfur-
Phcr.e:: 9647680. L. B. Jordan. Itp 2920 Waldo Road condition! conveniently located night or day. Ask for nished house 1214 Bradford St.
Nationwide' Crusader Plan is more than a disability Horses Sleeping Sickness I Gainesville 376-0691 I unfurnished. 323 N. Walnut St. Manager. Will deliver, no obli available June 9. Phone 533-

income plan it can be a COMPLETE Cattle Blackleg FOR RENT Small furnished Authorized Dealer"Starcraft" Inquire at premises or call gation.: 1606 Main Street 2861. 3tchg 6-5
house suitable for Individual: .. cr Stchg 5-29
Starke 964-7753
HEALTH PROGRAM FOR YOU! Drenches & Vaccines "Dreamer""Wheel or 9646491.tfchg
couple. Desirable location. M. OPEN FOR Business Earth-
II Wanted Long-
A. Payne. Call 964-6560 after 6 Camper"Travel DISHWASHER worms (local) $1.75 100. Wiggl-
Any one should be proud to p.m. tfchg Trailers Truck I BIG DUTCHMAN Poultry feeder horn Restaurant, 301 South era $1.25/100. Pratt St. Bait Center -

Call for details t live in this 3 bed .room 1 bath Campers Fold Downs I for sale. E. L. Boyd Schenck'3 Uehg 2 blk. west of County Jail. It
me : dwelling with large living room FOR SALE One horse, bridle :I'! SALES & SERVICEFOR I Corner Waldo. 2tp 5-22 LAYING FARM 10.000 capacity

lots of closet space, large kit- and saddle. Phone 9647737. Up mobile home. $13.500. BIC PENS. BU Point Re-
BILL POWELL chen and dining Two lots Water front lots at Little Lake fills Bradford County Tele-
I' area. WANTED Waitress ,and Cook. RENT In Starke. Attractive $3,000 down. 700 ft.Ih Inch pipe
paved Some appliances Sante Fe 'and, at Hampton rraph.
on corner. lo
3 bedroom home. Desirable Up
Apply in person B & G Restau- IOC. 9645096.
Phone 964-6461 A I drapes etc.. Seen by appointment. rant. tfchg cation. Also apartments. W. H. Lake. A. J. Thomas. Realtor, FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer
404 W. Madison St. I A. J. Thomas, Real- Nollman. tfchg Starke. Florida. Tel. 964-5701. CASH REGISTER PAPER-National lime and dolemite.) Clean out
I tor Tel. 9645701. COLONIAL FLORIST for sale. Cash Register and all other
Starke Fla. I and spreading service. We de
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i II I Stock and supples.: Everything BUY. SELL. TRADE: Used FOR RENT Nice unfurnished models. Bradford County liver. W. A. Prevatt, 964-6816.
SCHOOL TEACHERS: Want to but building Contact Dot Bag- I Furniture Appliances, Tore 2 betfrocm hem,. Corner Brown- Telegraph. tf 4tohg 612:
rent at Kingsley Lake an un- well at florist tfchg Tools. Wimberly's Trading lee and Clark Sts. Phone 964-

furnished 3 or 4 bedroom. 2-bath Post 7434 Branding! Blvd., 5147. 3tehz 6-5 DRIVERS NEEDED FOR SALE 305 Honda Super

The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side house. Wiling to lease on year- HOUSEHOLD GOODS fr sale Jacksonville. tfchg SEMI DRIVERS:: Experience Hawk with saddle bags, windshield -
ly basis. Must occupy by July Saturday, May 24. at the. Miter FOR SALE Reg. size Boys helpful but not necessary. We and helment. 3,900 miles

I 15. Please contact Lennard Reg. home Lavvtey. Fla. Itp HELP WANTED Male & Fe- bicycle Phone) : 964-6537 or 964- will train you. For looal and $350. Ph. 964-5706. It

ister, Jr., 200 N. Monroe St., male. $1.60 hr.. 5 day -wek.Con 7649. Itchg over-the-road driving. You can.
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FOR SALE New 14' glass
Clinton, Miss. 39056 4tchg 6-5 tact Florida Fryers Inc., Hawthorne earn $3.50 per hour and up.
i boat motor & trailer $150 Daylllies ail
FOR SALE -
For application -
Rd., Gainesville Fla. or after short training. OPPORTUNITY ,
FOR SALE Maytag WringerWasher equity, take up payments $39.44 call 378-1400. 4tchg 5-29 colors Registered named newest write: Nation Wide Safe '' .

Cheap for cash. Very month.: A Fields Ph. 9646083.Itp introductions of outstanding ty Director 1525 W. Memorial AttmdaatFull SI i-

clean practically new. RaJford FOR SALE 2 story duplex, hybridizers. Also unnamed seed Blvd.. Lakeland, Fla. 33801 or Gas Station
4311538. Itp Couple to work 2 br. each unit. Half block lings. Special Sale until June 3. call 813-683-5975. 2tohg 5-29 time. All fringe Mit-
WANTED
Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co. farm. Living-quarters furnished. from R.J.E.school.. Phone 964- Mrs. R. F. Young 203 Christian eflts, good hours, 'iq ..I.
5-29 I
Nationwide Life Insurance Co. FOR SALE Comfortable 3 Phore 475-1532: 3tchg 6-5 6512. 2tchg 5-29 St. 2tp FILING CABINETS Typewriter Pay call 782-9827 for" .

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. bedroom concrete block house. WArrRESS WANTED TO RENT: Large Stands Decks, Chain, Personal IateYdrlr" ,.
Refills EXPERIENCED -
Point
Nice neighborhood. 3 blocks BIC PENS. Ball
CountyTelegraph
Home Office Columbus, Ohio farm house unfurnWied. Call Safe Bradford
: from school and shopping. 671 Bradford County Telegraph. Wanted. Longhorn. Restaurant .
W. Call N. B. Rosier. 2tchg 5-29 301 South .Apply in person. tfchg 9645725. Itp

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