Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03845
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10 DaysIn In Shotgun MurderSpring

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term of Circuit Court Preyentenclng Investigationswere
JailTwo ordered In all of the following I
got underway in Union County
the 14 of
cases!!: year

#' tot M1l1: h Y ,Iir when Indictment a grand of Jury murder returnedan in the Eric C. Douglas, Terrell D.. the 68 full-time employeesof

men received 10-daj first degree against Rufus George (Continued on Page Four) the City of Starke have

jail sentences in proceedingsat Jr. left, making a turnover of

Bradford County's monthly George Is charged with murdering ,.I 20.5 per cent, according to

Plea Day Tuesday before County Henry Jones, Jr. witha figures given The Telegraph -

Judge Theron A. Yawn. shotgun on April 24 In Lake by City Hall
Lynn Oscar Tillman pled Butler. .:

guilty to driving while Intox- The jury also heard evidenceon j9 And this 20.5 per cent does
icated and in addition to the two cases Involving James ) not Include the turnover of lab-
sentence fined $150 and include two
was A Lessig and Joseph A. Tronscosobut t ( orers nor does It
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his license revoked for 90 ]- (
; issued no true bills in each additional emofovees who are
days. Since an accident was planning to leave.
Involved, Judge Yawn said a I case. Y Leaving were a clerk at City;

jail sentence was mandatory. In arraignment proceedings. Hall, a power plant operator
Shell Mack Abernathy, 39, of Judge George L. Fatten senten- three linemen, two policemen,
Graham, received his sentence ; r ced eight who pled guilty and two radio operators, a sewer

after pleading guilty to unlaw- j withheld disposition of nine plant operator a power plant
fully discharging a firearm.He cases pending pre-sentence in helper a gas department serviceman -
was also fined $75. vestigations. a truck driver anda

The complaint, against Abernathy Those who pled guilty and l- clerk-typist in the utility de-

charged that he shot .- their sentences are: partment.Two .
out a street light near George Norman Holland Trlpp, Jr.. employees, in the utility
River's store in Graham. escaping from the state prison department, one a groundsman -

Two minors Tommy Chas- and larceny of an automobile, :,9+v and one a linesman, told

lain and Billy Ray Huggins nine years and five years to be The Telegraph] that they are
pled guilty to possession of served concurrently. Thieves tore this hole la the planning to leave. One will

an alcoholic beverage bya! Henry Alva Thomas III Rich roof of the WlnnJJUle Store leave within the month; one

minor but sentence was sus- ard Duane Woods Claude Eugene here In a Tuesday night break- plans to leave before the year

pended and adjudication of Plunk and Martha Sue '
In. SAUclerk
guilt withheld fur- at City flail said that
was pending Duggan, breaking and entering.
ther investigation.Four ';"'- ... .4K.a .. MalaIt's with one or two exceptions all
received four years to
other personss pled CigarettesStolen had left for better paying jobs.
be '
served consecutively to
guilty to petty larceny chargesand Conversations with five em-
A a term recently Imposed asa
Pretty Big TwigMen this
were placed on probationfor parole violator; Woods was ployees would seem to
one year. They were Billy out. Although The Telegraphdoes
Kenneth Smitn,David Earl Williams given three years: a pro-sen not purport that inter-
Luther Franklin Thomasand from the city utility department clean up the mess left Tuesday when a limb tence investigation: was orderedfor views with five is a true sur-

George Jackson Hamilton. of an old oak tree on Walnut Street came tumbling; down. Plunk: and charges against vey of the situation, all five

Pleas of not guilty were entered Two automobiles were damaged by the falling llnb, the 1967 Buick seen In the iMl&s Duggan were dropped At WDThieves said about the same thing --

by five persons charged picture and a 1961 Cadillac. The Buick Is owned by Mrs. Lex Green and was parkedIn James Lee Fairley, aLso! they were satisifed with their
with misdemeanors and their the driveway of her residence at 303: jobs but the pay is so low they
N. Walnut. The Cadillac Is owned by Mrs. known as James Lee, two said
cases were set for trial]: Green's dau&hter.Oscar knocked a hole In the can hardly get by. They
Adro Brown, charged with counts of forgery and passing roof of Whin-Dixie Store on the cost groceries and every-
voluntary intoxication, use of Davis, utilities superintendent, !said they made no attempt to estimate the bad checks, one year in the Madison Street here Tuesday thing else keeps going up, but

profance language and simple damage but would leave that up to the Insurance company. county Jail on each count to be night, May 28, and made off their salaries are not.
assualt. --- served! concurrently.John with an estimated 450 cartonsof Here are some samplesof the

KJing Smith Criffls, charged Willard attempting to escape cigarettes. conversations:

with operating a vehicle with- Novak from the state prison, six. Value of the goods Is approximately "I could use more money.

out an inspection sticker, and Commodity Food months. $1,700 according. to The living's going up &i bi'iv.

,with failure to answer a summons Leroy D. Brown, Aaron High- the Starke Police Department.The .' just can't make ends meet."
; smight and Paul R. Head es- case Is under Investigation His gross salary Is "a little

Pearlie Mae Martin, charged Goes ToGeorgia caping from the state prison by both the city police and better then $80 a week."

vith petty larceny. eight months. (Continued on Page Four) __ "I 'make $88 a week butI

Claude Myers, charged witn I I think it should be more. I
failure to have his vehicle under Helps FamiliesAppointment I I haven't got too many gripes.
control. I got a good boss man." He

I, Ruth Crews charged with assault said that his salary is not comparable -
and battery on Nadine Tho- with men in the same

rnton and the use of profane of Pete Novakas "Since we've been getting credit;'she continued. we are getting $133 a month. position in other cities and that
1 commodity foods the cupboardIs This he did work in another city for
mother of
language. manager of the Moultrie-Col- eight who She works part time now
A number of heard never 'bare-there's always now has six children at home awhile and made $110 a week
cases (quilt County Ga.i( Chamber of sweeping out a building, and
Involved the lack of motor vehicle Commerce has been announcedby the something there, said one of was explaining to a Telegraph receives $73 to $83:; a month for but the driving back and forth
persons who receives the took most of the extra
Inspection certificates or the reporter why they get commodity money.
president of that body. that. They also have a vegetable
commodity foods in Bradford __ A man who plans to leave
driving when the cprffoatn.were foods and what it
Nova! who resigned his position meant garden this year but "thisIs
County. "I decided to leave because -
valid. Judge said:
no longer to receive them.
of executive had
vice-president the first we've
"Back when I didn't get them year I just couldn't make it
Yawn fined those convicted$25. This
of the Starke-Bradf01 family began receiving
enough to get a garden
Preliminary hearings were (the foods) and we had eight here on what I'm getting paid.
commodity foods "sometimelast "
Chamber of Commerce In going, she said.
and in two children at home, there were They just can't pay me a living -
requested granted March, will assume 'his duties! year and they arc on welfare Before she found this part "
times He said the
when I had to send the wage
felony cases Larry Wayne
: in Moultrie on Sunday, June 1. because the father Is dis Job, she took in Ironing. "Some
King, charged with two countsof children without breakfast because his only complaint."To
However his family will not abled. But the welfare "goes up times we Just didn't eat until salary_was !
breaking and entering. and the food had run out andI
make the move until the current and down. We have gotten as they came and picked up the -- tell'you the truth It's
Levi! J. gotten all I could
Williams charged on get on
school' year is completed. little as $81 a month and 'now ironing and paid me. Then I'd a good job. It's a good placeto
two counts of worthless] checksin During his six years in this have enough money to go buy work. But It doesn't pay

amounts more than $100. county Novak not only worked food for one meal." enough. It seems like the psi'r

for the Chamber but also servedas CUBB Directors She said it was kind of hardto ces in the stores go up "t>''''

the voluntary executive director go without food "especially]) the wages don't. He m"
Kindergarten of the Bradford County with children them wanting $79.85 a week and takes!

Registration Set Development Authority and something and begging for between $60 a-.d $65.

manager of the Bradford Coun PlansA something and saying "Mam- Councilman
For June 2nd ty Fair and Springtime Festival. ma when are we going to eat I" Who Will Be

Current chairman of the public Three City Councilmen con-
The Mystery Merchants Next Week?
] But as she said, since they've
relations committee of the tacted Wednesday said they
"plans and priorities" meet Suzanne Jarowski of the Atlanta
Visitation and registration day:\ Florida! Chamber of Commerce ing is being planned for June office was present and been getting commodity foods"there's That's the question hundreds of people will were sympathetic toward city
for children who will attend Executives Association Novak 10 by the newly formed P and P commented that studies now always employees' concern about low
asking each week
there. And she added, "As Thursday starting
kindergarten during the 1969.70 has also served as president of committee of the directors of show that the summer Head you pay and that the matter shouldbe
term has been set for Monday the Florida Crown Council ofChambers CUBE Economic Agency. Start programs are not as successful experiment with it and work when The Bradford County Telegraph hits the studied. }

Tune 2, in all Bradford County Commerce and is Committee was formed at the as was originally]) hoped. with it you find out how to street and readers start their rounds to claim Jimmy :McRae, chairman of a

elementary schools. listed in Who's Who in the South director's monthly meeting held She explained that the children make delicious things." those valuable merchandise certificates being given committee appointed last weekto
This woman preferred to remain for standby duty
and Southwest. Monday night and is composedof need so much help that they away to the persons successfully! identifyingthe study pay
because shedldn.t said that his committee did not
Parens are requested to bring three directors from each can barely be touched In only anonymous silhouettes that appear in the middle of the .
salaries" but that
her "look into
want to embarrass a
their children to the school of
county, Clay, Union, Bradford, two months. merchant
children. mystery page.It committee: prooaoiy will be appointed -
their choice at 8:30: a.m., register May Rains Baker. Miss' JarowskI, who is leaving
the salaries
later to
The Telegraph talked with two is a new contest being offered by the participating study -
them and leave them fora Committee was formed at the OEO told the Board: "I thinkyou've merchants before budget time in
other about receiving and it will last 8 weeks.
visit and then return to pick; persons
Top 50-Year suggestion of Betty Lou McClen- made considerable pro- October.
them up at 11 a.m. don, VISTA Volunteer who is in gress. I can see things happen commodity foods. The guessing game will begin next week with "As far as I'm concerned,

HereRainfall charge of planning for the ing. I really]) can Dorothy Berry, an aide at the four "Mystery Merchants" in silhouette form. If something needs to be donea

Average CUBB Agency. In other business, the board: Bradford County Neighborhood you are among the first three to identify them, out salaries throughout the
Service Center ( by
Was told by Annette Hughes', operated you will receive one of three merchandise certificates city.: McRae stated.
Mrs. McClendon said Monday CUBB Economic Agency), has
The Community In Bradford County night that the Office of Econ Neighborhood Service Center six children at home and she negotiable! at their place of business. Nell Tucker a member of

State Hank during May this year has far omic Opportunity will base Its director, that an extension center and her husband are separated. (Contest rules are simple: Just clip the silhou- MclQ 's committee said:

And The outstripped the 50-year averageof funding for next year on the has been opened in Sander. After the separation she.> said ettes and take them to the merchants that you "We're going to recommendthat
son bringing t to! two the numberof of salaries be made
2.72-inches for the month basis of the plans and priorities Co. She had no Income and that her think they match along with a copy of his ad that a study "
Florida Hank Centers in Baker ; and before the next budget.
averaging 5.24-inches submitted by CUBB. brothers and sisters gave her appeared in the
through two
: pages. The first to
that all)]
the Centers are now in As far as he Is personally!
At Starke 8 a.m. May 26. She also potted out that OEO money to buy food and other present the silhouette will receive
the process of trying to get the proper a $5 concerned he "feels that some
During the past week May will P&P basis for essentials. "About six months
use as a
community involved in fighting gift certificate the second person will receive a equitable adjustments need to
Will 19-26 the New River
Tower after separated people started
Judging the effectiveness of we
I reported .3 Inches poverty. $3 gift certificate and the third person to identify be made. It will be two years
the Louis CUBB. She explained that at telling me to go down and
Tuesday' June 3 Heard a report from 'Mrs. the will In October since they've hada
11111 merchant receive
Tower at a $2 gift certificate.
Lawtey .9 Inches S\
the end of the year OEO will apply for the commodity foods, I
blanket Tucker
Jefferson Davis' and the Santa Fe Tower on SR- check back to see how well Hughes on a conference which she said. Be sure and register while you are in the store raise

I Birthday 100 west .8 Inches, according CUBB has followed)] the plans she and Sally)] Nelson CUBB "I really needed It then, and and you will be eligible for a Grand Prize of ap- Gerald Williams commentedthat
to the Florida Forest secretary bookkeeper, recently the "salaries
A Legal Holiday Headquarters here. service and priorities it set for itself. attended In Miami. I still need it. It helps a lot," proximately $150 in merchandise to be given low. They always are have much been--too
County Harold McCIendon VISTA she commented. As an NSC at. the end of the contest.
away Employees of
iverage for the week was .66 Learned from Judy Laramie, par- particulary for the fellows In
Inches. Volunteer who Is In charge of CUBB counselor, that she is aide: she is paid $1.60 an hour or ticipating store are not eligible in their own store the field."

This Space Contributed There was only one forest fire the the Board Head Start that he program had receiveda told writing a program for a Family! $270 Thelma a month.DIxon widow and but they may take part in the game at other As for studying the salary
reported during the week which Counseling Unit, "which will stores. Employees of The Telegraph
not eli-
are situation, Williams said It's
Weekly to Publicize burned letter from the regional! office director of the local NSC. re-
two be funded
acres. There has hopefully this fall,
gible. "not going to do anything more
in Atlanta asking If they wantedto ceived commodity foods for
Community ErenU by been 63 fires since Jan. 1 this and which would be headed bya than the last (five six
Anyone 14 older for study or
year and 3. 28.6 change their Head Start from about two years. Her husband or may register the Grand
acres burned professional social
a two-month summer worker or G. Dixon barbershop Prize: in gift certificates. Each years ago) did. The study will
The CommunityState way under 1968. During the programto rehabilitation counselor] Miss operated the O. person may register just point up the inadequacy In
same a full year program.He until his death In 1966. anytime at of the
period In 1968 there were Laramie, who was hired for any participating stores No the present pay scale."
Bank 121 forest fires reported and said the budget for HS only a few months, reported She was left with 11 children purchase is required to play. However he added he'd like
916.2 acres burned. would remain the same. He saidit six of whom were at home and
that Monday night's meetingwas identifying picture: of the merchant and to see such a study performed
Account liunr.d Four day weather bolls down to this: "Do we dependent on her.
now outlook
the last she would attend. personality\ sketch of each will in the "At least this would give
want to $116.000 to reach appear us
beginning use a Income
Wednesday Is for At first they had no
by Was reminded by Board Pre a basis to "
Telegraph the from.
following go He
FederaloDepaait temperatures few children on a year-round Thursday. Check the
a little above sident and then after about. three
i Insurance Franklin Keller pointed
normal, near normal humidity, basis or do WJB want to use $i16,- that the months they started receiving silhouettes each week and be one of the lucky out. that even if they
next meeting June do decide
on 23 will be to raise
Corp. the sal-
and from 1/4 to 1/2 Inches of 000 to reach a lot of children on the annual Social Security payments a- winners in the Mystery :Mrchant( contst.!
rain. a superficial basis.. .. Ing. organizational meet- (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Pace Four)


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: Miss EppersonIs Birthday Party Garden ClubReelects UDC Picnic Set Two Re-elected J NI
Interest To.
Of Honor Guest For Claire WinklerLittle OfficersThe As T-R Trustees ;
The W. T. Weeks chapter,
At LuncheonMiss
UDC will .hold its annual picnic
Claire Winkler
Starke Garden Club hada Mrs. Eldon Klmmons of Keystone I
WOMEN Sally Ann Epperson, brated her third birthday Sat- covered dish supper Monday and installation officers on Heights and !Mrs. Nate
urday when her parents Mr. Wednesday. June 4, at 12 noon
night at the KIngsley Lake home
Hampton Lake attendedthe
of of
bride-elect May 31.was complimented Dyal
at the
Lake home of
and Mrs. George Winkler Kingsley
Satur- of Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. at annual meeting last weekof
at luncheon
a party for her and 15 friendsat (Mrs. W. B. Mundy.
their final meeting of the club
: day in the Pecan room of the the r.; erculosls and RespIr-
GJa.d7. 'Moot?: Phone 'N-Taos rfww Garden Restaurant given' by street.their home on Randall year. atory Disease: Association of

Mrs. James Dennis Mrs. A- The There was no installation of Northeast Florida at the Shera-
Kitchen in the
youngsters played Mrs. Nate
Shower Stump Home Scene dolph Gay Mrs. J. R. Martin yard. The refreshment table officers as all the officers had DyalRepresents ton Hotel in Jacksonville.Both .

Given Thursday T1a Of Lovely Tea of Tallahassee and Miss carried out the Mickey Mouse been reelected to serve their BPW were reelected as trustees
Geraldine Gay of Perry. theme and was centered witha second term. of the Association for the
For Miss PatrayMiss For Two HonoreesMiss Centering the head table wasa birthday cake. Balloons and Mrs. Bobby Bias of Jeanle's Mrs. Nate Dyal represented coming year. Mrs. John Haneyof

I permanent arrangement of suckers were given to the chil- Florist, assisted by Miss Dawn the, Florida Federation of BPW Keystone Heights who was
Donna Lou Lillian Stump and Mrs. fruit and flowers which was a dren as favors. Lamb, gave a demonstration of Clubs at a weekend meeting in unable to attend was also re-
Patray John William Griffin entertained gift: to the honoree from the
bride-elect was honored at a assembling several styles of Orlando of the Florida Committee elected as a trustee.
at a delightful tea Sunday hostesses. They also gave her
kitchen shower Thursday afternoon at the home of the the platter to her chosen china Mrs. W. J. Epperson mother corsages' on) Children and Youth.
May 15 given by Mrs. M. F. former on Bessent Road honor- pattern as a memento of the of the honoree Miss Janine Mrs. L. L. Fullwood president This group will work with a I"A"HOII. ENVELOPED!
Hazen Mrs. V. V. Hazcn, Mrs. ing their nieces. Miss Evelyn occasion. Bridal place cards Gay. Mrs. Russell Raulerson Mrs. R. F. Young, aid Senior Planner from the State with or without carbon fUt>7-
Ida Lou Plummer and Mrs. a Thomson bride-elect and Mrs. marked the seating arrange- of Tallahassee and Miss San- Mrs. L. V. Hardin attendedthe Governor's office to outline Bradford County Trleiraph.
A. E. McKinney at the homeof William Frederick Thomson. ment of the guests. dy Lehnert and Mrs. K. T. regional President's Breakfast Florida's part in the White Ph 984- 303.

the latter. Arrangements of yellow and Among those attending were Terrell of Gainesville. at Suwannee Wednesday.. House Conference on Children.

white gladioli: Iris, daisies and
Arrangements of pink -
roses -
used throughout -
Fuji were
were used to highlight pointsof myms
the home for the occasion.In .
interest for the occasion.

The refreshment table was cov- was the covered dining with room a white the table em- STARTS THURSDAY SPECTACULAR VALUES.
ered with a cutwork cloth and broidered organza cloth over .. .
centered with a silver container

mer holding presided pink roses.at. the Mrs.punch Plum-bowl. a white epergnette satin,carnations centered holding with pompoms yellow a silver and and a .GREAT SAVINGS IN OUR GIGANTIC 10 DAYSPORTSWEAR

ri sweetheart roses. All appointments
Among the thirty guests were
Mrs. Don Patray mother of the were of silver. DEPARTMENT STORES
Cathy Whitehead
The punch table on the patio
honoree Mrs. R. E. Hazenof
Gainesville and Mrs. O. E. Is Engaged was covered with a white organza -
cloth satin and
Brewer over cen-
of Lawtey mother of
the bridegroomelect.The To Mr. Beckett tered with a tall arrangement
white and yellow sweetheart
iris and daisies. Cry- I
hostesses presented the Mr. and Mrs. L. K. White- roses I I
stall punch bowls were placedat
honoree with an electric per- head announce the engagementand o
each end and all appoint- v
culator as a memento of the approaching marriage of
were crystal.
occasion. their daughter, Cathy Lynn to
Greeting guests as they arr-
Stephen Lane Beckett of
ived were Misses Cindy Sink
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beckett
Patricia WynnIs of Fernandina Beach. and Nancy Gay. Standing in L .
the foyer wre Mrs. J. W.Ritch,

ComplimentedAt Miss Whitehead is a 1966 Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs.R. .

Bridal ShowerMiss graduate of Bradford High School A. Green. At the head of I I
attended St. Johns River the receivinglinei: were Mrs.
Junior College and Is now em- 0.. L. Haynes Jr., Mrs. C. A. DRESS
Patricia Wynn bride- Merrill
Darby Mrs. Struth
as an accounting clerkat
elect of James Mosley was the J. Wayne Reitz Unionon Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, Mrs.
the inspiration for amiscellanous the University of Florida S. G. Denmark and Mrs. Clyde SPECTACULAJ
shower given Tuesday night, Sinclair. Standing in the receiving

May 20 by Mrs. R. R. An- campus. line were Miss Stump .... .
drews and Mrs. Dave Paulkat Miss Evelyn Thomson Mrs. SALE
Mr. Beckett Is 1964
a grad-
the home of the latter John Griffin
on Mrs. W. Fred
uate of Fernandina Beach
Crosby Lake Shores. School and will graduate in Thomson Mrs. W.H. Thomson, (
and Mrs. W. D. Hamilton. SHIRTS TANK TOPS {T'Y
Standing in the receiving line June with a Bachelor of Sci- Serving as hostesses on the -
were Mrs. R. R. Andrews the ence in Pharmacy from the
patio Mrs. Ander-
were Henry
honoree, Mrs. Ossle Wynn mother University of Florida after son Mrs. J. G. Jackson. Mrs. SHELLS JAMAICAS
of which he will receive l $
the honoree and Mrs. a comm- David Montgomery Mrs. A. N.
C. B. Mosley of Middleburg ission as a second lieutenantin : ,
Mrs. Joe Scanlan
mother of the bridegroomelect. the Army. Mrs. A. S. Harrison, Mrs.,

Pierce Crews Mrs. J. R. Kite \ \ .
The will take ( () sc't
wedding place on
and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. : :
Decorating the Paulk home August 30 in Hope Baptist Serving punch in the dining 10
were arrangements of spring Church Theressa. All friends room were Mrs. Robert Burch
flowers. Abronze statue hold- and relatives are Invited to at
and Mrs. Rudolph Crawford assisted $8.99
ing yellow roses and tube roses tend. \ .
graceo the TV set. The by Mrs. Charles Sawyerand f .
doling room table was covered Mrs. Bob Ferguson.
with a white cutwork cloth and Donna Lou: PatrayComplimented Presiding at the punch bowlson m
was centered with an arrange- the patio were Mrs. Rudolph en.
ment of Shasta daisies and yellow Sink Mrs. Vernon Sllcox Mrs. 1
Jack Trawick Mrs. John Wat- r JR. JR. PETITES
tube roses clustered arounda /Y ,
: ,
At Bridal ShowerMiss m Mrs. George RobertsJr. f
three branched candelabra
holding white' tapers. Silver ., Miss Sally Ann Epperson, values to $2.99 ea. / ,t ;. \ MISSES HALF SIZES
trays held dainty sandwiches Donna Lou Patray, Mrs. Marlon Payne and Mrs.

mints and nuts. bride-elect was honored at a Myldred Cuttino. Also assist- Tremendous selection of tops and bottoms! 4% v, .) Fresh Summer styles at an end.i .
miscellaneous shower Tuesday ing were Mrs. S. R. Johns m /, of-season sale price! Pleated
The punch table In the family night of last week; given by and Mrs. W. E. Dowling. Sleeveless shifts in many styles, knit shells skirts suspender looks bra

room was covered with a Mrs P. T. NoUn Mrs. Willie Corsages were given to Mrs.W. and tank tops: in solids, prints, stripes. Many j + 1. dresses 2-piece styles, culottes

white cutowrk cloth and centered :Mae Denton. Mrs. Harmon Mor F. Thomson Miss Thom permanent press cotton. Jamaica shorts in new ; and many more. Hurry hurry,
with a crystal punch bowl en- gan. Mrs. John D. Johns Mrs. son, the honorees; Mrs. W. D. hurry for this great sale value!
cirlced with miniature blossoms Ben Moxley Mrs. W. C. Powell Hamilton of Orlando( mother of est summer colors. Don't miss this value!

and entwined with ivy which extended HI and Mrs. J. O. Gay at the Miss Thomson's financee; and
to the ends of the table. home of the latter on East Call Mrs. W. H. Thomson, mother

Street. of the honorees. / / r ( I
Gifts were on display on the Five hundred guests were invited NYLONS PANTIES l 1 I ;
sun porch which was decoratedto Mrs. Nolin and Mrs. Denton to call between the hours '
represent a flower garden. greeted the guests at the door four to six o'clock. Amo.ng
Rows of potted tulips were pla- and presented them to the hon- those from out of town were Our popular Bon Mod*hoc* 'Compare wt 490 M.Ac t t
ced across the length of the her mother, Mrs. Don Pa Mrs. Jack Jones of Live Oak, cut b low ou* alrMdy low tricot, jn tic left- with
porch, and Colonial black potsat tray; and Mrs. Otis Brewer. M1'III. Stanley Mathis. and Mrs. regular price of 50C. trim pretty*. (ace It mbroid ry

either end held magnolia Fred Guy of Gainesville Mrs.
blossoms in one and Easter The serving table was centered Roy Ward and daughter Jane
lilies In the other.Assisting with a pink floral arrange- of Lake City Mrs. B. S. Car- BOYS SPORT &

ment and flanked by pink candles roll of Jacksonville Mrs. J.C. LADIESLUGGAGE
guests were in caring Mrs. for George the in crystal holders. Mrs, Wallace of Keystone Heights GIRLS NYLONCOORDINATES -' DRESS SHIRTS

Pierce, Mrs. John H. Andrews Powell presided at the punch and Miss Patty Hamilton of

Woodrow Mrs. Ervin Thomas Andrews and Mrs.Mrs. bowl.serving.Miss Naney Gay assistedin Orlando. 4 3 $

bowl.Edwards Edwin Williams.presided at Mrs.the punch Jack table Gifts covered were with displayed a white on lace a High School PTA 2 $ ::8 for

cloth. Installs Officers 3 reg. to $: 1 I
The hostesses presented the For New YearB. for 15"-16' and Our regular, to 199. Most
The hostesses presented Miss
honoree with a white embroidered side cases in all are perma press
table cloth Patray with a platter of her t' 19' Choose from regular
and a L. -I I a, colors and patterns. } sport
white and yellow corsage as a chosen china pattern.Seventyfive president Moxley of the BUS was Installed Compare at $2 each. 100%,;..., & 21' sizes or molded shirts, knits dress shirts
memento of the occasion. PTA at stretch nylon tops and "' train case and vanity on with button down or reg.
their meeting Tuesday night shorts in gay Summer sol .eRY sale at $5 88. ular collars. A great Sum-
100 guests were Invited to guests were In of last week. ids and stripes. 412. mer selection. 818.
vited to call between the hours
call between the hours
Mrs. Charles
8 and 9:30.: Darby Installedthe
and nine-thirty p.m. following officers to serve f

Carter Jr.,vice-presldnet; Mrs.

,5olph Reddish secretary; and SHEETS o WESTERN JEANS
Mrs. Ernest
Pats treasurer. 4,
Mr. Moxley presented James

This Bloodworth out-going presi- SHOES z
Concept In HearingAid dent, a tie clasp with the Nat- 23 $5

Design. two ional year P.T.A.service emblem as president.for his v for

FREE and Mr. Moxley executive tequested committeesto the old our reg. to $$3.29 ,, Z Our regular $2.99 each.
FREE Bac- Your choice 72 X 108 or 'r- cotton-polyester blend
for the
REPLICAFURNISHED be responsible twin lined; 81 X 108 or that is rugged and needs
calaureate reception to be held double fitted. 100% cotton X no ironing. Some with
HEARING at the High School June 8.
muslin in beautiful multi Ld" double knee construction..
NO TEST Mr. Moxley also urged all par- colored florals. First u 5 pockets. 818. reg. or
t ents who are able to help serveto slim.
quality fIE
contact him by June 5.

ON ALL MAKES The new board has plannedto :::: h, PICK-A-PACK
NO f't t cut the meetings next year. 21 XPILLOWS 27" );ff:
I In that the attendance
TUBES to four hopes : UNDERWEAR
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BATTERIES of parents will be It'

ON ALL MAKES greater. Mr. Stewart, assist- "'" $
NO ant principal, reported that he ,- 4"!. YOUR 2 T-SHIRTS.
was willing at any time to assist .'. 't pkg. of 3

PACKS was open to any parent who had 14
any problems that he might be """ r:;, ". F. $ 1 BRIEFS
able to be of service.SERVICE ". /
pkg. of 3
\t.-S_ 7ru, Compare elsewhere at $2.95. Sandals in

$1.99 values Q.;. sling back or T-strap styles with 1" heel. -4;:i }Boys sale of 100% cotton
FITS ENTIRELY ,,1'1. underwear. ,,
IN YOUR EAR SCHEDULE % Pak-nit process
Soft f soled mocs with beaded andcushioned
foam filled that vamp
Big fluffy pillows controls shrinkage. Pick-
ONE DAY ONLY CATHOLIC CHURCHES are washable odorless and allergy insole. Sizes 510. a-pack and save. Sizes

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THURSDAY; JUNE 5 1969 ST. EDWARD'S.. SUrke: Sunday
Matt, llS: a.m. Thun
10:00: A.M. TO 3:00 P.M. day. Maw, 1:34: p.m. Mlraeml .
..u Medal Noveita. Sat1rtfay Exceptional Values Are Available For Your Shopping

7 p.m. Confessions

Mitchell's Drug. Store ST.I p.m.WILLIAM'S.:and Sunday 7 p.m.KeystoMMelchls Maw Convenience Also. Sunday Afternoon1:00: To 6:00: P.M.

964.7810 7 ,..m.aT. AND SATURDAY UNTIL 7 P.M.

.r"". If yon-cari't come 127 in.E. Phone CALL us ST.for free replica .. MARY'S.Mais, 11:30 M.ccleonyjBnMay : a.m. ALWAYS FIRST. QUALITY. AT CARPS!

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C ; To RecitalMiss Present PupilsIn /.' / / / /

Louise Stern will pre-
sent her piano pupils in their : KNEW 11= I FOLLOWED
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spring Recital Tuesday, June 3, FOR "BLOCKS.*** X'Lt. TAKE. IT/ A SCOTCHMAN X'l PINT
and son Dale Landry Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cold- Local admittances to Brad- at 8 p.m., in the Starke Wo- WHEW.!I'M ALMOST 5NH 1STER THE $r.3'r $11YS
Bridgeport, Texas new to wire of Fort Myers were week- ford County Hospital this week man's Club. Selections rang- -NERE LNARACTER is 4 s IN TOWN ,
weekend to visit Mr.over the ':end guests of Mr. and Mrs.GilI include: Mrs. Ida S. Griffin, in from the classics to lighter p AFTER /

father, Eddie Burdick,Landry's who he i I I I bert Goldwlre. Raymond Hall, Mrs.JoanSolze, music will be played. Sev- p A .. rnPn Q 1 ; C .. r r S I
Tallahassee James'W.
hadn't seen In 24 years, and i Mrs Bertha Fuller of Cadle, Mrs. VirginiaLee eral ensemble groups are also
Mrs. Burdick. and Mrs. Grace Pop Browning, and Mrs. Myra planned.
j lin, of Joplin, Mo. spent Sun- Dyal, Starke; Mrs. Margie L. Those appearing will be Ken
Mrs J. R. Wainwright and 'day to Wednesday with Mr. and Dobbs and Calvin Hayes Jr.,
Mrs. Gene Shaw and daughterare Mrs. Bill Graham. Lake Thompson Donna Brantley,
Mrs. S
; Daisy I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Donnie Thompson left May 20 Hall, and Calvin Smart, Key- Tina and Gina Brown. Susan
Paula Dee Carter
Kopelousos In Bl rmlngham,Ala. j for Officers Candidate Schoolat stone Heights; Mrs. Arrie Mae Chamption 111
for a week. Mr. Shaw will the Naval Aviation Commandin Futch, and Maxie Kelly, Law. Stephanie Green. Jenny Lynn 1 ( O ----
Tomlinson, Kathy Taylor, Brian
join them over the weekend. Pensacola. a
Thev will attend the christen- Mrs. James McNeely and Waldo tey; ; Mrs.Mrs.Sherlyn Nora J.Marie Rhoden Lut-, Patray, Carl Torode, Susan I
ing of little Georgia Kopelou- daughter of Lake City spent Faulkner, Terri Smith, Jean
sos In the Greek Orthodox the weekend with her mother, gens Melrose; Mrs. Louise'Dermody Whiffen, Sonny Loudon, Barbara
church on Saturday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Herbert Thomas, while Lake Geneva; and Vallnski, Sherry Cowart, Vicki
and Mrs. Larry Craw- Mr. Thomas :attended J he Se- Mrs. Rachel: Moore, Brooker.. Williams. Linda Brown, Elizabeth Check The Price Stickers At Baldwin
Scott, Anita Green, Deb-
ford of Provo, Utah and Miss minole Indians corn dance festival Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering
Sandra Register of Tift College in Miami. were in Clermont; Monday visit bit Shuford Sally Torode,
will arrive this weekendto Ml si! Marilvn Bollinger of ing Mrs. Winnie Reynolds and Debra Scott, Beverly Strunk
spend the summer with their Samford Univeristy, BIrmingham Mrs. Sam Hodnett of Beaumont, Paul Faulkner, Patti White-
mother, Mrs. Betty Register. Ala., and Misses Mary Texas. head and Kim Bartlett. Chevrolet-Olds..Against What Our
I I Nelson Crossman of Green and Martha Bollinger of Will- Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes The public is cordially In-
I Cove Springs has been admittedto iam Carey College. Hatties- and children of Jacksonville vited. Refreshments will be
the Starke Nursing Home. burg Miss., are home for the visited Mrs. J. S. Sapp over served.
Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss summer. the weekend. Competitor Is Stuck With
Louise Stern attended the fun Attending a Workshop on Immorality Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch Mrs. Ron Kelly of Tampa
eral of Mrs. Agnes Bishop in and the Mass Mediaat and Mrs. H. M. Richarde visIted spent the weekend with her
Jacksonville Monday. the San Jose Woman's Club Mrs. Warren Whitten In parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. In Jacksonville Monday were St, Augustine Monday. Trawick The Trawicks also
Guy Sale attended the South- Mrs. M. A. Bald/rin/ Jr. and Mrs. Forrest Morrison and had as Sunday guests Mrs.H. D. ll
eastern Fashion Mart In At- Mrs. Olin White of the Starke son Clark, Indianapolis,Ind., Trawick of Tallahassee and Dr .
lanta from Sunday to Tuesday. Woman's Club, and Mrs. Elzie and Mrs. Janett Smith of St. and Mrs. John Duncan and children -
Mrs. P. C. Vaillaincourt of Sanders Mrs. !Marc Jackson, Louis Mo. were Monday over- of Gainesville. .
Atlanta was a visitor of Mr. Mrs. Richard Jockel, and Mrs. night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. One Wiggins visited her
and Mrs. J. R. Hixon this past Bill Chambers of the Junior Henry Morrison. sister, Mrs. C, D. Williamsin
week. Woman's Club. Mrs.. W. II, NollmanofStarke, Jacksonville on Monday
Mrs. E. T. Vestal spent the Mrs. Fred Hogue Sr. is a Mrs. W. F. Swinyer of Keystone Mrs. Guy Andrews was EXTRA r
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ed patient in the Gainesville Med- Heights, and Mrs. C. W. luncheon guest of Mrs. Fred .... .
Taylor In Orlando. ical V
Center. Denny of Savannah Mason
Ga. are in Gainesville Tuesday.Sen. .
Airmen Ardel Brannen and Ben F. Allen] m has accep- spending several days with and Mrs. Charley Johns :..;..:..:,,:..:....:;..
Daniel Gray of Maxwell AFB, ted a postion as Correctional another will visit their son-in-law and '.'N.
Montogomery, Ala. spent the Officer I at the sisiter, Mrs. T. W. Mr. m m;
Lake Butler daughter and Mrs. James
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver, In St, Simons Island. Cash ........
in Orlando
Medical and Reception Center over the weekend -
Mr. and
Raleigh Brannen. The Bran- Russell Raul- .
Mrs. Henry Easterling returned erson of Tallahassee
nen's also had as Sunday visi- spent the
tors Mr. and Mrs. Granville Tuesday after undergoIng weekend with Mr. and Mrs B, F. Allen Jr., parts man-
Anderson ot Jacksonville. surgery in Alachua General Wallace! Wise. ager at Terwillegar Motors, PACESETTER Z.'

Stanford Hurst of Atlanta and Hospital.The Mrs. T. E. Herndon and Mr: recently attended a family reunion -
Needham Hurst of Indiannapolis '' Wise family reunion was Ralph Herndon of Valdosta, Ga. and 86th birthday anni- :;::::::
Ind. were Monday visitorsof held in Opp, Ala. on May 25. were weekend visitors of Mrs. versary bauquet at the Red .'................. t
the 150 guests attending Pearl Edwards.Sen. Carpet Inn in Marion, S. C. '
Among y
Mrs. W. S. Slade. ::::
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining were Mrs.Myrtle Young and and Mrs. Charley Johns honoring his father, Rev BenF. ''......,....
wpre in Palatka over the week- children and Mr. and Mrd. S. returned Friday from a monthat Allen Sr., D. D., former
end visiting Mr. and Mrs.J.C. C. Wise, all of Starke, and Mr. their summer home in Glen- pastor of the Marion Baptist ..I..
Vining. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and children vllle, N. C. Church for 28 years. Dr. Allen
Mr. and Mrs. James Martin of Lawtey. Mrs. Faye Johnson was a and all of his six children
and daughter of Tallahasseewere Mrs. W. H. Graham is visit patient in St. Vincent's Hospital gether for the first time in 33
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. ing Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Williams from Thursday to Sunday. years on this occasion. Mr. SPEUAL,
in Largo and will attend Allen traveled by plane to Char-
II. Dennis last weekend. Mrs. G. P. Dover returnedto
Weekend guests at the Wlll- the graduation of her grand- her home in Hibblng, Minn. leston where he was met by
ard Wynn cottage on Silver Lake daughter, Detdre WIlliams. last Friday after four months two c brothers Capt.CecilC. !IIIIIII
Allen USN
from Kindergarten.Six Commanding
were: Mr. and Mrs. Niram with her sister-in-law, Mrs.F. .
Wynn of Daytona Beach, Mr. planes from the Keystone F. Flume. at the Navy Polaris Missile
I and Mrs. .Jim Brooker of Live Heights Aero Club took partin Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson Supply Center in Char-
I' Oak, Mrs. Alberta Hodge and a Fly-In Sunday to Stuart spent last week in St. Augustine leston, and Col. II. E. Allen, Chevrolet Pacesetter Values.
Mr and Mrs. Bill Woods of where they were dinner guestsof They were joined over the USAF, who recently returned
Columbia, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Fordyceat weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur from a tour of duty in Viet...
Tommy Huggins of Orange the Manatee Yacht Club. Fly- Waters. nam where he was awarded the While others are fighting the battle of bulging prices, we're actually slimming
Park, J. C. Wynn and daughter, ing with the group were Mr. Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs.A. Legion of Merit medal a..J: is down for '69. Take a 1969 edition of last year's Chevrolet, dress it with the
Linda and Mrs. Delores Atwood S. Harrison are attending the now assigned to Strategic Air up
and Mrs.
R. E. Firth and fam-
same equipment as last and the chances
year are good you'll actually be
of Command paying
Jacksonville Southeastern Fashion Mart In Headquarters in
ily, Mr, and Mrs.\ J. D. Hen
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields derson, Judge T. A. Yawn Mr. Atlanta, Ga. from Monday to Omaha, Neb. The Allen family a lower price. Sound hard to believe? Come in and let us prove it. So, when
and family of Jacksonville were and Mrs. Carl Haglund Mr. Thursday. They were accom- later visited other relatives in others start talking about price, keep your eyes glued to the sticker. Then come
visiting Mrs. J. H. Fields on and Mrs. George Richardsonand panied by Mr. Harrison who Conway and Myrtle Beach, S.C. in and compare i it with ours. Putting you first, keeps us first.
Sunday.Mr. family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred is visiting relatives. Following the scrimmage
and Mrs. Tyler Jones Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson football game last Friday night,
NoUn Woodburn were in Late City Sunday visit Miss Ginger Baldwin gave a
spent the weekend at Fernan- Mr. and Mrs.
dina Beach. Fred Tyre and Jim Casey. ing Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Jordan party for three couples, honor- 69
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Union Cigarettes tee which included Tucker and ;:school (making about $180 a .
I Man IndictedContinued Employees Nolin, will recommend toCoun- month), teachers aide In the II y Neighbors i g ADDING MACHINE ROW
Stolen From ell next week thatmenget stand- Head Start program money File Folder, complete line of.
( From Page One) with by pay. was still short and she continued! floe nipplle .../The Telegraph,
parsing a forged check. According to McRae,the committee receiving food until recently. phone 864-6305.
Bobby Lynn Thomas and
Dicks Jean Reed, charged Market
Super Quitting will recommend that She now makes $300 a month as fii',
who pled guilty!
Ralph Courson with .
forgery of the check eu t
to grand larceny. ed by Morrison. pass anyone on standby on weekend an NSC director and her children ::: >>.- .b.- THE BRADFORD '
(Continued From Page One) be paid for eight hours and get about $200 a month I 'II n-
Roger Lee Elixson and Ed Pleas of not guilty were entered the Bradford Sheriffs Depart- if the person should be called from Social Security. _J." :BIe..1'j COUNT TELEGRAPH ;
Lamar charged
Rainey. by six and trials were set beginning ment. City JobsContinued out to perform In excess of "There's always a way, but
breaking and entering. June 5: Deputy Sheriff Ken Fuqua had eight hours, the person would the food really helped me andI J/V/ ,I hjiS Published every Thursdayat
Elixson and Willie Robinson, ; W. Call Street
Donald E. Wines, charged located a stolen 1969 Dodge be paid for the extra hours. appreciated It," she concluded. 'e:
charged with breaking and Prom Page One) Staike, Florida 32091
entering. \ : with ( The recommendation
assault in Jacksonville
on a prison officer. Tuesday was
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reached ,, r.I-r.
by unanimous .r-.I'\
a decision
Troncoso. charged morning. lie said the truck '
aries they will have the usual These women represent three Second class! postage paidat
Walter Morrison charged with theft be connected with of the committee, and (, "n
possession of
a may
weapon bya problem of finding; the money of the 470 some housholds that J Starke, Floiida.
state prisoner. the robbery. to fund the raises.P. if Council approves it Tues- receive commodity foods in
Marvin E. Barlow, charged There are several air com- T. Nolan said he's day night it would be retro- Bradford County each month.In : jit&u. Subscription Rates aIn
oil ..boutJhfft with removal of contraband pressors and drills in the "always felt they're too low. active to Sunday, June 1 1. all about 1.500 persons bene- .., trade area: ,$5.00 per
letter containing currency) truck which Fuqua surmises How we're going to get the fit from this program which :year: $2.75 alX .months.
from the state prison.Jullus were used to drill holes In the mony ( to give the employees cost the county about $3,000a "Come on-everybody Is Outside trade area: $3.50:;
Hall, charged with Introducing oncrete and wire ceiling of the wage increase)is the problem ProgramFights year. done in-It mud be over!I" per year; $3.00 six months
contraband (same as W-D building in the Starke Pla- ." .... ,,
above) from the state prison. za.City While he said he didn't know -
BYNJNCY'S Two old cases were set for Policeman Billy Over- how they were going to be able
FLOWERS trial during the week of June 2. street reported hearing noises to afford it, "we're going to
'IIIK JERICHO ROSE They:! were: Curtis Mapp, Jr., and investigating the W-D building have ta"pay them more or lose FREE PORTABLE DRYER
Tuesday night, but found them." He
RESCltRETOlPLANT; :/ charged with escape from the said for example,
Prison Reception Center nothing amiss.A the city has trained four men
The Jericho lose is a very odd ; and HungerContinued
John lock on the Inside of the since the new
plant of the mustard family Gordon charged with possession sewer plant(opened
of back door was broken and an and that after a couple of PLUS -
a weapon by
a state
which from Arabia It is
prisoner. inside bar removed so the cigarette years they've gone somewhereelse. ( From Page One)
one of the so- r- -
cartons could be carriedout mounting to about $240 a month. -
Court will! hear motions on -
called Resurrection FREE DELIVERYAND
!r *H| plants. Resturiection Monday in the case of Daniel The Fuqua said. One Wiggins said he knows "It's not real clear to me. I i
Dennion, charged robbery is the second the the salaries are low and that lived in a dream world for
on four
t plant Is W-D
M counts. store here has been sub- while he hasn't discussed it about' a year," she said. "My
': : a common name Prosecution was handled jected to recently. The last with other councilmen he minister and Mr. Hamilton
for a number of by time when
was Ernest
1"r imagines "we'll take it into (County Commissioner
State Atty. T. E. Duncan con- Zedra
,plants which can and Phillips held FREE
was his
up on sideration when we make : INSTALLATION
-- a his assistants, Mack Futch out ) said why didn't I get
be dried out and and way to the bank. The thieves

I '\ Eugene Whitworth. Public the budget. I think if it food for my children." j1pII I
Defender have
then made, to not been caught.
I R. A. Green Jr. can be worked out there will Although she found \several II i Re. 19
was assisted FT. FROST
turn green again FREE
by watering them by Chester Chance and IUG be increases for them." jobs substitute cook at a ..
Elsie Saunders McRae's three-man commit- school, full-time cook at a
It is a small gray plant about ,
five inches high. After the blossoms I RefrigeratorFreezerAdjustable
appear. the leaves drop off (
and the branches fold inward When you look at the many '
kinds of 301 Deluxe Interior
and it looks very much like a taxes we all pay, it
ball Water will cause it to expand kind of makes you realize that
and the pares: reopen. It the folks running this country Model RSJ90 Ow Compare and BuyWestinghouse
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keep hundreds of different flow your
Doug Coleburn, The Courier :account? $ 00
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Vo-Tech Center New Furniture Firm Here
21 Persons Will Die
Over 78-Hour t

George AND T. RANCHBy Hugxbui RegistrafionBegins To Begin; Operation SummerThe Memorial. :Weekend, FH Predicts i

COUNTY AGENT June 16 Vaughn-Johnson Co., move the company to Starke
Extension Servicewwww which Twenty-one persons will die sively. states Col. H. N. Kirk-
Agricultural recently purchased the because he was looking for a
old in traffic accidents In the State man d.. -ctor of the Florida Department -
plant at 140 S. larger building and the planton
Registration for summer
h' R s: Thompson St., ihopea to be In Thompson Street filled the during the Tit-hour Memorial of Public Safety. I
:l'L classes at the BradfordUnionArea Day Holiday period, the FloridaHighway Based on previous experience
business here
by the end of the bill.
POULTRY Voc-Tech Center will be Patrol has predicted.The the Patrol estimates that one
Next week is meeting time Thursday June 5, is the day held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. beginning eummer or sooner, accordingto Memorial Day weekend person will die in a traffic accident I
to remember for our poultry- the week of June 16. Its owner E. Cleve Vaughn The company will employ
For Bradford County Farm Bu period begins at 6 p,m. Thursday every 3.7 hours during the r
!sau! Board of Directors and for men. The fourth meeting of our Fifteen courses will be offered Jr. from eight to fifteen persons, May 29. and ends at 12 mid 72-hour holiday period.
all poutlry men and women in Poultry Producers Association through Aug. 1. The company which manufactures Vaughn said, and the number night, Sunday, June 1. Kirkman concluded by saying."Don't .
will be at 8 in the agricultural registration hired\! locally depends on ihow
1 this area. p.m. The courses occassional :tables and "The Memorial Day Weekend] let the Memorial Day
Our Farm Bureau organization Auditorium. Lester Kalch, dates and days and times the Hollywood headboards has been many decide to move with will see the usual congestion of Holidays of years to come be
has the greatest number associate poultry specialist from classes will meet are: auto located In Jacksonville lor 19 the company, from Jacksonville' the streets and highways but days of remembrance in your
: of members during my time in the University of Florida will mechanics ((2 classes), July 7, <"j years. He said he undoubtedly will the usual accidents that go with behalf.
- Bradford County. This is a result present a program. M, T. W, T, 1-5 p.m. and 6 to J'l be hiring some labor and that the congestion can be reducedor Drive defensively and enjoy
of a good president and a It would take too much writing 10 p.m; air craft sheet metal. >, Vaughn said he decided to he would train 'anyone he hires eliminated by driving defen- the holiday. I
group of good directors working and reading to tell you June 19, dally: refrigerationand ,
, In the interest of Farm Bureau.A. about the meeting so just planto air conditioning June 13, -- ..'I. ...
H. fLonnie) Harley Is presi attend so you can hear and M. W. 7 to 10 p.m: Technical Sergeant Leozle
dent. He has' a board meeting see what happens. Radio and TV June 13, M W. Perry son of Mrs. Lucille p ",
each month' Two years ago he Jack Hazen is president of this 7 to 10 p.m.; typing and shorthand. Perry of Hampton, has graduated Badceck For the "Best ) ------0
, was successful in initiating a new and enthusiastic organization. June 24, daily 8 a.m. to from the U. S. Air Force '

., quarterly dish supper membership meeting.covered During AUTOMOBILESRead noon daily; 1 office to 4 p.m.practices: bookkeeping June 23, Security commissioned Service Officer Senior Academyat Non- in Style and Comfort from Kroehler! !) ..i } I i]

the year the meeting is held in a report the other day June 23, M. W, 7 to 10 p.m.; Goodfellow AFB, Tex. ( .
four different communities. We that automobiles injured more American history and government Sergeant Perry who received By special arrangements with this famous, nation- I' --\' C''j\ \ _,',
have not missed having a meeting than 4.400,000 persons on our June 23. M, W, 7 to 10 advanced military leader- ally-known manufacturer, Badcock's brings you the I I
and I have not missed highways: last year. Driver er p.m.: ship and management training, .
either. rors accounted for more than 80 Problems in American democracy Is an electronic warfare technician most outstanding values in the Kroehler line. Be ri "'

The April meeting was in the per cent of these injuries. Don't June 23, T, T, 7 to at OffUtt AFB. Neb. sure to see these sensational values before you buy _., '...c \ ;
Hampton school. There is always trust the other driver man or 10 p.m.; general education. The sergeant was graduatedfrom any Livingroom furniture. I. -.If .+" .... I
favorite fried chicken and woman. Be sure of what you June 19 T, T, 7 to 10 p.m.; high high school In Starko, t I'i 'f
ham and all the necessary sup. are doing and drive defensively. .school English. June 19, T, T, 7 and Is married: to the former '. = t,:I',. I
plements. At this Hampton PIG SALE to 10 p.m.; Vernesa Ilanah. 1-- : -.J'
meeting some good lady carrieda The next feeder pig sale In High school review for general He has served in Vietnam. "'" ,,-'11 I, .. .. .. '" \
plate of fried that Gainesville is on June 13. Some education dipolma June 23. M, 95 "- -
sausage 59995 Si 1 129 : "
was not bought from the sieve. times this 13th can be lucky W, 7 to 10 p.m.; math, June 23, im'l I 'j, i f r r1 .. .- It'' "f f
I had a definite purpose in be- and we hope that it will be just M, W, 7 to 10 p.m.; sewing, Local NAACP : it) ) /:( y?
ing willing to help arrange the that on this 13th. June 19, T, T, 7 to 10 p.m.: typ- .i
tables or anything else I was If you plan to have pigs on ing, June 24, T, T, 7 to 10 p.m. Honors NovakPete -c4EE( \ :; ( .. 111'
this sale be sure to come on in -
asked to do that would take me -fjj
by that before the and make application to have fI .ea ,
line-up call sausage was plate made. them inspected well in advanceof New Hampton Novak, former executivevicepresident r P: ) I ? JjHJ' '
of the Starke- .- HI i ---
The fellowship at these meet- the sale. If a great numberof Bradford I tri5i : I
applications! are made just Postoffice County Chamber of I _
ings is good for all of us and is ri-.j\\\1/! ,
'a few days before the deadlineof Commerce. was honored last = I.
good for the Farm Bureau. I believe I
the next one will be at June 9. the :Inspector may Ceremony Set week NAACP.by the local chapter. of the 4 me --t.llJ: F:1-:1 I
Lawtey. not get there.
A plaque was presented Novak 1 118'i
will be dedicated at 2:30: p.m. .
Sunday. June 8, Postmaster on May 21st honoring him P.rformance-I..ted tweed Soft embossed plastic cover with tltir JUMBO -
Warning for travelers: Mary Williams announced yes for his efforts :in providing equal cover Full foam tot, 3-way action 4''. foam seat 3-way action,, Color'
employment opportunities! for I Colors: Gold, olive and rust Gold Oliv and Brown RECLINER
Not all accident terday. the !black of All over textured' expanded soft plasticcover ,
citizens Bradford
The facility located on ,, ', '
new 4'f full foam seat Foam foot rest.
insurance Navarre (Main) Street In County. This Ls the first such 3way action, Colors: Brown, Olive Tan
policies cover you Hampton is part of the Post honor accorded a white man in and O.blood
the history of that organization.
Office Department's -con-
everywhere you go struction program, Mrs. Williams !- In accepting the plaque. No-
explained.: Under this pro- vak stated that the Chamber 'lauGaodl / () li srM1 a
Nationwide Insurance!' has a policy that does-the gram, Investment financing is Board of Governors had as OWEST PRICES EASIEST TERMS
Selector Accident Plan. No' matter where you are used to obtain needed facilities much to do as he did with the
-in Timbuktu, Paris or Honolulu-Selector Accident which remain under private equal employment opportunities' 128 S. WALNUT ST. BILL WILSON-,- OWNERWe'vegot
has no boundaries. ownership! pay local taxes to provided all citizens in the : -
Nationwide gives you three plans to choose from. the community and are leasedto county.

One, for example, gives you full line coverage on or the Federal Government.
Postmaster Williams announced -
off the job, at home or away, and you can select up that among the distinguished -
to $2,000 coverage for accident medical expenses; guests expected to attend the I
up to $100,000 for accidental death and dismember- dedication! ceremonies are Congressman -
ment for you. Other coverages can be arrangedfor Don Fuqua, of the
the entire family;. Second District, who will make
\ the main address, and E. D. .
I, Huthnance, Postal Service Officer -

Call me for details: r1 """ ,_. Jacksonville.
"The fact that Hampton has
I been chosen for a new post 'office -

BILL POWELL '. 1 I reflects credit on our grow- the lowpricedspread.
ing contribution to the economyof
Phone 964-6464 './' the area," Mrs. Williams\ ..
404 W. Madison St. said. "Our patrons will find
doing business here more pleas-
Starke Fla. "
ant. Thir mail will be handled
more efficiently, and the new
building with its modern equipment
will enable our employeesto

The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side work' under the best condi-
The public Is invited to attend
the dedication ceremonies.

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Ordination ORDINATION FOR OVID services LEWIS HELD for Ovid ir- ; :

G. Lewis formerly of Starke
as a Baptist minister were held U
Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Nationwide Sunday May 18, at 8 p.m. in _
Insurance Co.
Nationwide Life the Forest Heights Baptist
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. Church, Tallahassee. Rev. B. D.
Home Office: Columbus, Ohio Locke delivered the ordination

Lower.: Falcon.$2080

"Emmy" Visits the ColonelWatch Six-people big. Lots of luxury. Now at the lowest

price yet this year.Lowest. .

TV's Emmy Awards ;

this Sunday, June 8-

and enjoy Kentucky Fried '

Chicken while you watch.If .

they gave an award for "the best per- t '.
formance with fried chicken".the Colonel y' '

would walk away with it. Because -

nobody fries fried chicken like Colonel t: 'I

Sanders does. So it's only fitting that

Kentucky Fried Chicken should sponsor

television's big annual award show- Maverick.$1995*

this Sunday, June 8, on CBS. Check .

your local listing for time and station. w First 1970 car at 1960 prices. With power for U.S. high

ways, style, and comfort, too.

Manufacturer's suggested retail price for the car. Price does not Include: Ct
optional white sidewall tires. $32.00; dealer preparation charges. If any;
transportation charges, state and local taxes.

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U. S. 301 NORTH

Phone 964-5126

CII AIU.IE BRASWELL OWNER Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union

206 W. MadlsoiHSt. Phone 964.7200 SUrfce, Fla.

May 29, 1969 TELEGRAPH Pap S'FARM

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Sftarke/ Lions missile competition at Vanden- signed\ April 21 to the 1st

Have Lake Party Closing Friday >' Refusal To Serve Negro ;I|!|a Install OfficersAt NEWS ABOUT berg A missile AFB.! California.maintenance technician Logistical, as a supply Command handler.In Vietnam

Fifty DCT Club members and Courthouse offices and all s { Ladies in the 321st Strategic Seaman Apprentice Sam Mc-
juesU enjoyed a swimming county agencies will be closed 1| Brings Suit Against Green NightNew Missile Wing. Sgt. Denny is Cutchen Jr.. USN son of Mr.
party Monday afternoon! and Friday. May 30. Memorial Day. officers for the Starke SERVICE MEN competing with other top missile and :Mrs.' S am McCutchen Sr.
evening at the Brooklyn Lake men in electronically .simulated of Starke Is serving aboard the
said that two men-one
Gre.en Lions Club installed at
Lyman were
Green! operator of
home of their coordinator, Bill exercises and target attack Aircraft carrier USS
Also ciust-u win oc the City: a Lake Butler restaurant has while and one Negroenteredhis a Ladies Night dinner meeting .. I ,_
Costello. Chaperons were Mrs. teams. He is a veteran of the Independence! currently operating
Hall and U. S. Post Office. restaurant Lake Butler's
been served with on In the Lions Den Thursday,
a subpoenaby
Bill Costello and in the Caribbean.
Mr. Officer CandidateTim
Eugene Warrant Korean War.
and asked to be .
main street
a U. S. Marshal from Jacksonville May 22.Officers
Tanner ,
M. Green 29 son of :Mrs
Local bmki will remain open charging that Green .served. Green said he offeredto for the coming year
Skiing, swimming, and boat- Pearlie Green, Market Road, Private First Class His ship will undergo refresher -
ing were enjoyed! during the Friday. but will be closed Tues violated the civil rights of a serve the white man. but declined are: Marc E. Jackson, presi- Army training from the U.S.
Starke completed a helicopterpilot Charles W. Addison 26, son
day June 3, Jefferson Davis' Negro man last'March to serve the Negro. dent; Charles Zipperer vice
afternoon, followed by a by refusing course May 9 at the Army of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil A. Addison Naval Fleet Training Group at
chicken supper. Diitliday. to serve him food.Resist The Negro then tried to con president; A. H. Harley Jr., Ft. Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. -
vey impression that he was a secretary-treasurer; Maxle Car Primary Helicopter School RC 2, Starke. was as- ,
federal law enforcement officer ter Jr.. tail twister; Bill Dowling Wolters Tex. .
,, .' '- ......... -- according: to Green. Lion tamer; and Inman During the 16-week course, he VTtien' You Use An Andrews Charge
: ,, '
: was trained! to fly Army helicopters -
: "What would you say if I told Green judiciary chief justice.
/ /.inf.//: > A qr-
Av- ,> ; and learned to use themin
'1.F'[:;;''f"j! .( /,;,>. :,.:g;;;(,:,..' '.':I:.<_' you restaurant I am a operator federal agent quoted? the the Directors. W. Whtffen.are:Bob Inman Firth Green.D. and. tactical maneuvers.He Your Prescription Tax Recordsare
{/," .
,'" 'IJ WA.,%,Of'{;;::" those temptationsto '-:;(/:"''If Negro as asking But accordingto Nolan Woodburn.The next will undergo advan- Kept For You By Us
Y '
> ced flight training at the Army
W v1 ... ; : < Green he stood his ground ceremonies were con- Andrews
,7' / "f> ",,P'--.',,' ",' dt. ,#,>',> Aviation School, Ft. Rucker, DrugsFor
'" and the Negro failed to produceany ducted by Old Monarch Lion
f'ifr 1/(p / ,!'fJ ::;$1'-/<,':ti'V..;" '. ',", ,',' spend. .1 if alf v' ., ,1 credentials. Nolan Woodburn. ced Ala.training Upon completion he may be of appointed advan-- Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170 C P t
;)\d{, '-" :' } Finally, the two men left the It was noted that Bob Firth
; ; a warrant officer.
Sfj:: : "'" restaurant and drove off in was due a IS-year Monarch Pin
/ ,' M what Green said appeared to be and .Maxle Carter Jr. was duea -
., ;, kind of government car T. Sgt. Loren E.Denny whose
.1' Monarch Pin.
< some 20-year
ri: .. wife, Is the. daughter of
r. The subpoena served on Greenon Attending the Installation dinner Marie Lavern and Alma OutlawAttend.
,. ;Jf: May 14 was signed '"by L. I. were Mr. and Mrs. Maxie iMr. and Mrs. E. L. Harrell of
: 1 < Alexander, the Negro who was Carter Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Char- Starke is participating in the
1 ft :. refused service In the restaur les Zlpperer.? Mr. and Mrs. Lar- Strategic Air Command combat Torch Club ConventionIn
;" ;; ry Bruner, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Beach S.C. 2931I
ant.Green Myrtle May
i';', % ;' ,,'$ '/'/\ has 20 days from the Harley Jr., Dr. and Mrs. D. W. ,
;V';' 'u/ \ .v' "' date of service to reply to the Whiffen. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
;po"i :; subpoena and answer the complaint Firth, and Wood-
; /' \ Mr. Mrs.N. L.
lt y .N'"4-'t, !j' i ,;...p, ?.;,..1 1 which charges that. burn Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson -
4 ; -c ; jti.: violated Alexander's civil ,
: Green Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burn-
6': /;,,?(,: r- ;'Ij; ;.
.;,, -- rights "as specifically spelledout ham, and Inman Green. Special
{"{'>,,",,;,7"; ;..,:;,t?,"/,' '"., ,', in the 1964 Civil Rights guests were the mother of Dr.
l:?: >1V'{ .. r./i Act." Whiffen, and his wife's sister.
Wr< ;. ,,' ,>:/! / I An attorney from the U. S. Christa.
?;"k ''" ;:; ;.',,4, .,' ,:;,:"">!:,
Department of Justice
"{'" ,'.
2 't." ';;F.I .-"' :f":/: ;, that the 1964 Civil Rights Act Ask
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lit." :
a' :;: A:!; '" : permits private persons to bring
'P ,
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cult in such He added thatit
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,: ..:-iW' t:1> .,I,,' ,; ; ,v.iV.JJ; ; .;', also permits the governmentto Charley "p ii
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:t <;< "' !f J;##' hP Join the suit when It so desires 7 ,'.w---- ,
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%: 4t %! ;;' '/ "i; ;;ri'ffit:! ;/; 'A: ,;', what steps he should take next. G .
1I :i j 't>"#: ; -,' gfiit"! '::7:': ',,f:. ;,r'ir2' In his opinion he Is being forced :
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: Into costly litigation when all he .
; ;; jli; r:>.Jff 'f ;,;::''iit } :/ '; About This Question:
<:.. '; :: :: ..". _'''''_''''''' ''' _. .. .. _.'_m-_";;"__ :'" /;../',;...............f... wants to do is conduct his business W ,(fit
as he sees fit. "I want $50,0001100,000auto WiiI
"Long hair on the male of liability insurance to

Save something each pay day with usIt's W. S. Agnew the power species to rest, permits while mouth brain high protect court me awards against, being the

Services Held power takes over." made today in auto injury
so devilishly tempting to spend a little here a little there. And cases. Dees your agency

before you know it, it's gone. But you can beat temptation with a Sat. May 24 ijrovide monthly for installments quarterly on or I would like to thank my many

little willpower. Just start saving-even a small amount-each pay- SMILEOF insurance premiums?" friends and policyholders for
day in a Savings Account with us. At our high rates you'll soon be Services were held Saturday -
morning May 24, for Wal- E. making it possible; for me to
glad did. THE WEEK Charley
you ter Scott Agnew Jr., 73, who
died In the Veterans Hospital qualify for Liberty National Life

On long trips or short, carry "The Rescue Money" illness Gainesville May: 21 after!short En .,tt JOHNS AGENCY Insurance Company's Torch

Mr. ', 131 So. Walnut
1 Agnewwaaarotirado'iip- 7 GAS OUWN'hi St. Club.BULLINGTON'S .
; fitter and In recent years was a N 7n Phone 964-5070
:j. window' cleaner for Starke bus- ,
-:.:--- inesses.!

If lost or stolen, you get your money back-and your trip Is rescued. Born In West PhlladoOhla: r ,
PaM on July 31. 1895, Mr.
Spendable everywhere. Cost-only It per dollar.FLORIDA. Agnew was a veteran of WWI
and i Methodist. REMODELINGMost i
Surviving is his wife Mrs.
Elizabeth Agno-v of StarKe;
two daughters: Mrs. Elizabeth
Frao-lia: und Mrs. Anna Ayers; Save On f
one son: Walter F. Agnew, all
of Westville New Jersey. Items One GraduationAnd t
'B- K AT STARKE Services were from graveside WE'RE DOWN THE MIDDLEON S'ILE'. I
In Crosby Lake Cemetery with QUALITY AND SERVICE AT Of A
Rev. DeWitt T. Farabee Jr.. OUR PLACE, OF BUSINESS Father'sKind
Member. Federal Deposit: Insurance Corp. pastor of First United Methodist "

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Church Starke. officiating. TUCK'SBttrbecuf Day
DeWitt C, Jones Funor.'tlloins .


SUCCESS SALE I CURB u.s.sot SOUTH. SERVICE Prices Slashed for This Big Sale

JacksonvilleBusiness Many Items Below Cost -- Big Savings

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Will Appear For A Live Sales and Service FINE CHINA
f Watch Bands
\ I PerformanceSATURDAY6TO Parrish Motors COST 45 PIECE SET
) I Brand Names
10 P.M. REG. $60.00Sale
J. B. Spiedel, Etc. G.E.. AM & FM Table

SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M. ALEScfjjJ All American Made RADIOS I $39 95

duir FREE RECORDSrrr' Always Good Used Cars Large Assortment REG. $18.00 -

921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 REGULAR NOWJQOOREG.5T9.95 63 PIECE SET

Drawing Every Thirty FTFr'TIIC' 1\IOTOR $4.00 TO $9.00 Sale $80.00$49.95 i
\: CLOSE $, 00
__ NOW $3995GRANCO
1 Minutes PEAVY Brothers OUT EachCLOSEOUT -
I _L Electric Co.,
L.1 Electric MotorsSold
Serviced Repaired REG. $39.95 SPECIAL SALE

With Every Home Sold During Rewinding.Generators. Starters ArmaturE ALL NOW $995 $4.95CLOCKS

Sale 4014 Lenox Jax. 387-2528


/3 Off 20%
Stock Just Arrived From Factory For This Sale Set

New Moon Capella -- Sherwood Park -- Sunrise --.- Harmon Homes Pocket Portable BOYS and GIRLS
NOW - $8.95

Delivery and Set-Up FREE Within 150 Miles BILL FOLDS KOWA MODEL 700 IdentificationBRACELETS

MISS $115.00 Sale $3.95REDUCED



" PHONE 398-1126 Jacksonville Western Store RONSON Lighters- ----./2...-Price ZIPPO Lighters 20% OffBULLINGTON'S

! Western Clothing Leather
Saddles and Trailers
s MOBILE goods
Charles k Sharon Petty STUDIO & GIFT SHOP
903 S. Edc vood IN-1JI0. .

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1 Athletes Seniors Set For Varsity GameA

At Spring Sports .
Banquet host of seniors Includingthe have Macy and Ray Jordon at and defensive guard as will
entire 1968 Tornado back- ends, Morgan and Eric Tomlinson Gene Harris. Jerry Lee will
-- -- --.,..--- --- -- field. will take on the new BUS at guards, in the new four- back up Buddy Sapp at tackle Garden TaktsFirst :
varisty In the annual Seniorsvs. man line. Chandler will be and Tommy Eiland will back

Varsity; football game at Blacksear up Mike Macv."Everybody.
8 p.m. tomorrow night (Fri- ,
day, May 30) on Bradford field. Murphey and Norman the will play,Hurse Half TitleGarden
The Seniors have yet to unveil cornerbacks, and Mark Milner. declared Wednesday. The Tornadoes -
a purported new secret will run their new off-
Brant Turner, and Lavern Out-
table by downing Hampton in
wr defense and BUS Coach David law, the safties. ense and defense. Restaurant won the
;P Hurse says he doesn't know Also seeing much action will Both teams will be stunting first half Championship of the the last two( games.TerwillegarDenmark.

what to erpect. be Wayne Bennett and Dean a bit Hurse says, which Men's Recreation Softball loosed a
should out- 15 hit attack led by Charles
Senior backs will be quarter- lead to some League by downing Starke Mer-
back Billy Belote, Bill Adams. Johns at safety. Jim Shuford standing plays on offense and chants 8-1 in the last scheduled Howell who went 4 for 5 at the

Ronnie Griggs, Buddy Trawick, will play a lot of offensive defense. game of the first half. plate to score their 12 runs,

( Willie Cohens, and Gene Mel- Garden led all the way as Robbie Smith and Bryan Erwin
had two hits each to help out.
v in the
they picked up one run
n.On line will be SoftballTo Tourneyi first, two in the second: one in Hampton was led by Phillip
DonnieQElder, lex Patrick the third,. two In the fifth and Keys, Steve Broadway Steve
k Scottie Smith, John Torode, two in the sixth. Core and Jerry Brown, each get
Butch Griggs, Robbie Smith, The Merchants got their lone ting two hits.FIN'AL.
plus 10 more senior. boys who OpeTwelve ,: Tonightsecond one in the .sixth. STANBINGS
have never played football. Garden outhit the Merchants FIRST HALF

,.......... "We expect a tough game," place team in the local 117. John Watson had 3 hits for Garden Restaurant 11-1
Holding trophies they won for their efforts for the 1968 BHS basketball team are the Coach Hurse says. The last slow pitch softball and teams Georgia will slow pitch league, against Garden, including his second Starke Merchants 9-3.
five starters, game played, year before last, best, Callahan home of the in the Hampton 210.
together for perhaps the final time, Adrian Brown, Charles Metro Jacksonville's run season
Blye, IHitrlt open play tonight (Thursday
was won by the seniors by one TerwlilegarDenmaik 210.
Graudons Tim Murphey, and David McKnight. Graudons, Murphey, and McKnlghtwill ) point. May 29)) in the Fifth Annual Realty 5th inning. Jack Hazen and Walt The second half will begin
return to the 1969 squad. Probable offensive startersfor Starke Invitational Slow Pitch The tournament is sponsored Edmondson had two hits eachto Tuesday. June 3.
the Varisty will be Tommy Softball Tournament at West by the Starke Recreation De- help Garden.
Bradford High s' :: ';! partment. The Merchants were led by .
: 'I'r\ Blackshear, center; Bill Buby Side Park. Friday night Wayne Smith with two hits.
honored play
4 in Tourney
Thursday scheduled
and Ralph Two games are
Ii'22, at their annual dy Sapp and Morgan Mike,guards;Bud- the opening round tonight. Gar has four games on tile schedule7 Jack Haven was the winning YOUR HOUSE
Macy tack-
St. Augustine vs Mel- pitcher for the Garden Restaur
Banquet sponsored less Tim den Restaurant first half win- pm.
\ ; Murpehy, tight end
;[Quarterback Club in Benjf( MOXley, spur ena MUte; ers of the local league will bourne; 8:30: Sanford vs Val- ant.The PLANS SHOULD
cafeteria. ; Clearwater vs second game saw Terwll-!
dosta; p.m.
Norman, quarterback meet Russ Piker of Gainesville
"Has It Been Worth Chandler, fullback; Jimmy; Alvarez In the first game at 7:30.: Gain- winner of Garden Gainesvillegame legar-Denmark win their second INCLUDE OURS
the title of the brief Ormond of the seasc.i as they
left halfback, and Den- esville is undefeated in League ; 11:30: p.m. game
f !guest sneaker ud. r nis (Hall, right half. play. The second game at Q p,m. Beach vs winner of Merchants- downed Hampton 126. Duringthe The best plan to
head coach of the Hampton had defeated protectthat
season -
Defensively Merchants, Jacksonville game
the varisty will will pit the Starke
veristy; of Florida "We are expecting some very Terwillegar-Denmark the new home of yours is
Bishops cited the exciting games from the tourna- first two games that they had a State Farm: Homeowners
,of every facet that showed In sticking through a ship. He received trophies for ment entries this year," says played, but Ter-Den. turned the Policy. the low-cost package
the making of an rough 4. II season. both. Graudons led BUS hitters Recreation Director Gene Ray- of j p: otection that pro-

athletics program, Mark Graudons received the with a .312 average and won 'burn, "We think you will see an average of 16 per game. vides br nder coverage for
said BHS has under most valuable player award in three of the four games witha much tough competition among All but three games will be your hone, and belongingsand
baseball with the most
David Hurse. along 2.39 earned-run-average. these teams and some of the played at West Side Park. forxou, in case of law.
The community, the runs batted in champion- First baseman Jim
1 Templewon finest softball players in the Three frames are set at Bradford suits. So call me
the students, the the best fielding contestby ?MAN r
South." Field Saturday for 8:30: today a d find
istration, were all making good on 97% of his
mented by the UF chances. "It will be interesting to see a.m., and 10 a.m and 1:30: p.m. out how you can ..

which he said if the teams will accumulatemore while play Is also going on at protect your new ......LNtt
h Ronnie Griggs was named total offense than they West Side Park.Games :. home from the
essirily had to play for fielding 97 per cent the most outstanding track team "
he did last year. he added in the double elimin- ground upi
porting jitheltic Terwlll'I',IS baseball team. Mark member by Coach George feel all of the entries this year ation tourney are scheduled

The /banquet valuable player and won lrr1i1 Loper. He had 165 points for are stronger than the overall en- from 8:30: am. Saturday until
varsity and junior the and
season regularly enter tries have been. And since slow 11:30: that night. The final round
playersin ed four five eventsbroad
; or
pitch softball is usually a hitter's.game will begin at 1:30: p.m. Sunday.
ball, baseball, track jump, high hurdles,low hurdles, 1
most like-
the spectators The final game will probably be
Principal ; 220-yard dash, and pole vault.
BHS to a basket. Brown ly will see lots of base running, played at 3pm. Sunday June
coaches are He went to the state meet In
a 64% of his free throws. A
etc. 1, with the 22nd A 23rd
job teaching th<*"rules Blye, named the most the latter event, the only Tor- game
BUS cheerleaders nado trackman to do so. In the 22 games played last game will becom necessary
their share of the 19 points cage player, aver- Coach Loper pointed out to year in the tourney 327 runs only if the winner of the losers INI"UNel.

Coach Mike Sexton 448 rebounds per to his game credit.and the parents present that BUS were scored 508 base hits recorded bracket wins game number 22,
"You don't know all-conference all-area now enjoys! one of the finest and 30 home run hits. Admission for the tournamentwill

i i 41s to look around ( Gainesville Sun's, poll, high school track facilities In The 1968 champion Savannah, be $1. Tournament passes II....
and see you're there. ; second team all-region. the state since the completionof and runner-up Garden Restaur- .have been printed and this! pass
basketball games ; lauded his cagers for the new asphalt track. lie ant led the scoring. Savannah, will allow the ,holder to see all
few faithful parents team play, pointing out congratulated the school admin- in the four games they played, games. Merritt Williams
only ones there from four men averaged scoring istration for construction of the recorded 53 runs or an averageof Passes may be picked up at
Varisty; figures. facilities seven runs per game. In eight the following locations: Bradford -
Cindy Sink, captain; Bill Adams was awarded the games the Garden scored 58 Barber Shop, Gavle's Beau- 117 WALNUT ST.

clair, co-captain; Coach Dewey Me- trophy as the most outstanding runs, or an average of 7 runs ty Shoo, K'ch's' Drug Store, (Phone 96 J-5391
win, Carolyn Brown, praised his charges for member of the 1969 BUS golf per game Gainesville! Recreation Department -
Struth. and Cindy late season surge, win team by Herb Ilerres pro at Garden led hitting rappingout / and the concession stand STATE FARMState

VJ cheerleaders are three of their last four Ronnie Grlfft :.. most MI&. the Starke Golf and Country 88 hits in eight games for at West Side Park. Farm is all you need
Winkler, captain;Anne : pass ., and the spirit they standing BUS runner. Club. to Know about Insurance.
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Our editorial. .

1Another J + Our readers Remember. .

write By Alice McGarvey 25 Years '

60oFSEsPED Mr. E, L. Matthews, Editor
Merger ProposedThis Bradford County Telegraph Inflation had people worried by L. T. Dyer, agreed to collect
Starke, Florida. 25 years ago. Housewives complained old paper saved by householders. -
that their money did not Mr. Dyer said 90 per cent
seems to be an age of consolidation annually, while that of the privately-
buy what they needed in the of the paper was going to Che
is Dear Mr. Editor
and while so far there has supported State Chamber $300,000, : ,
grocery store and employers local dumps and burned. ,
been more talk than action along this and $130,000 for the Council of 100. M It is about time that some- moaned at the thigh pay demanded Bradford County had a long

line, it is inevitable that some of these "Vast duplication of effort and staffing one presented at least one 'by their employees. way to go to meet its quota<)In

proposed measures will come to pass in exists, and much more could be accom- counter-thought to the thoughtsas Farmers complained that they January of 1944 the collection

future years, if not now. plished if all the money were directed expressed by Mr. Novak could not hire field hands. was 3.040 pounds: February< (,

As economy measures, there has wisely and efficiently for top priority and as printed In your news- Compared with depression 300: March. 1.835; April 1,67;;.

been talk about consolidating and trim- needs," the Duval legislator thinks. ; paper some 2-3 weeks ago. days of the 1930's prices were and May, 3150.
I will agree, several of the"thoughts" :high but compared with today
Under his proposal the three groups I r, ; 'ff h41J,1
number of state departments
ming the have merit -- and It Is laughable. The Jax Brewing Many social events were held
merging several small counties would merge into a Florida State(Cham- at the same time, I recall Company labeled its advertisement for Thelma L'Etta (Snookie)

into one large county combiningthe ber of Commerce to be housed in existing this was not the first time "Prudence In-JFlatlon Corpening. whose wedding ,was

tax assessing and tax collecting facilities now occupied by the .-ate a: these thoughts were expressed.The Land" and pictured a housewife to be In early June. .

agencies of municipalities with counties State Chamber. shopping with a handful of $100 Mrs. E. M. Brinson entertained
the size of the Legis- Senate President John Mathews has "Thought" I take Issue bills but coming out of the store at a luncheon at Ann and
with Is that that Implied Henry's for of Miss COr-
one with only a loaf of bread and many
committee the
to study
lature or even creating a unicameralone appointed and Inferred and as con- some cabbage. Wonder if 25 panlng's friends in her honor.'

( house) Legislature proposal. Development CommissionDon tained in "The timber industryIn years from now 1994 shopperswill A miscellaneous shower was
These and other consolidations have Miekeljohn has said no harm can Bradford County has not think our prices were low? give by Mrs. W. B. Mundy; an
occupied the minds of the public and come from the study, but expressed been paying Its fair share" :Informal Coca-Cola party by

the Legislature for many weeks, as doubts about the merger of a state- ( and meaning 'taxes. My Our old friend "Sarge" Sus- Mrs. Charley E. Johns. Mrs. R.

well as much time and space i in the supported agency with one supportedby thought on this to Mr. NovakIs low, who walks so briskly along A. (Lex) Green held a tea at
Sir this Is wild,
a unwarranted -
her home
for the bride, and
media. private funds.Although Starke streets, was operator of
news "thought" resulting an Army Store East Call Mrs. N. T. Ritch Jr., gavea
there would undoubtedlybe on
Comes now the latest suggestion from the absence of the benefit Street. breakfast in tier honor.
along this line a proposal by Rep. many bugs in the merger proposalthat of a good thoughtful' evaluation -

Earl Dixon, of Duval County, for a would have to be ironed out be- of the past and present impor- A wartime-visitor named With Our Men In Service ((1944)

merger of the Florida Development fore it could operate efficiently, it could DOOR TO DOOM: tant role, played In the eco- Smith wrote a critical letter to Frank Crews. 2nd class Petty
of the
our county, by
Commission, Florida Council of 100, not be much worse than the snafus that Why do nomy Umber Industry. The Telegraph stating that Officer, who has been stationedIn
and the Florida State Chamber of Com- have developed in the Commission in so many teenagers try drugs as a runout Southern hospitality was a myth, the Panama Canal Zone
into one organization to help recent years. Hopefully, it would elimi- from reality? From Hoboken to Honolulu kids and To my knowledge, the timber at least in Starke where she spent a 30-day leave with"'" his

merce speed the state's total economic de- nate the abuses of the FDC Governors, many who! are no longer kids are sniffing glue for in companies the past paid-- and their as taxes requiredby -- rented a room to be near her Crews parents.at Mr. and Mrs. M.' L.
velopment present and past, who have used it to kicks, smoking marijuana, even experimenting the law. When the law soldier son, was charged $15 Pre Martin State Blrt Farm.of
per week and had not been offered : Camp)
"Such a consolidation," Rep. Dixon further their ambitions, or to help finance with more dangerous drugs. Every morning across changed and values and taxes as much as a cup of tea Croft: S. C. spent a leave In
mobilize the best their offices. the nation thousands increased, It was challengedin Hampton. .
declares, "would resources of narcotic addicts wake in friendllneag..!
and finest brains of 'Florida in We believe that this proposed merger with a common craving-to get enough illegal drugsso exercise the courts of their, and rights.this was an Bryan Harrell will leave June

a lean, streamlined, fast-acting, unified deserves serious study,. as do the other While at the same time Mae 5 for Kessler Field, MIss. to
they hang the
effort of business and government for consolidation proposals. Somethingmust can on through!!: day. Back In more sane days, it Simon (Mrs. Barney) was mak- join the Air Corps.
total economic development of Florida." be done to reduce the spiraling How big is drug abuse? No one can estimate how was the general opinion that ing friends and keeping people Capt. Ralph Cox of Camp

The proposed merger would also save costs of state, county, and municipal many people misuse drugs today. the ad valorem tax was (only) happy by supplyig little needs Hood, Texas was promoted to

millions of dollars, according to Rep. governments, and one or more of these The director of the American Social Health Asso- designed to sustain the BASIC such as band-aids, a .safety pin MaJor.Pfc.
functions of government -- and etc. at her soft drink stand on Elbert Edwards, witha
Dixon. Current funding\ for the Devel- measures may well be the starting ciation's national program in drug dependence and was not Intended to support all Call Street. Medical Detachment for two

opment Commission is $3.72 million point. abuse, Dr. Charles Winick, believes the numberruns the social frills that have been -"-- years in the Caribbean area, re-
into the millions. added from time to time Because paper cartons and cently spent 21 davs hom ""wtth
"The power to tax, Is the power other products were needed in' his mother Mrs. Mae Edwards.
"We need to know more about why so many to destroy" Is true, today- large quantities for national de. Earl Geiger' Seaman 1-c;''stationed

I Campaign Pays OffA persons are adopting the 'tune-in, turn-on, and even more than It was yes- fense shipping, a campaign to in New York had a furlough -
drop-out' philosophy."We terday. The timber lands of collect waste paper was started. home with his mother
our county require very llttle- Ohio challeged all other statesto Mrs. J. P. Dickerson, In Ther-
need epidemiological studies in communities as It applies to the tax dollar. meet a quota of ten poundsof essa. .
survy of teenagers who have been be done to cut cigarette sales. His state- to determine who and where the drug depend waste paper per capita of Pvt. Merle Packham of Ther-]

exposed to the anti-smoking campaigns ment that a sharp drop in tobacco ence People and urban areas are population.The essa was stationed at Camp
persons are.
conducted by television, radio, and sales could pluge his state into an "eco- the ones responsible for the boys of the county, led Sefbert. Ala.
press in recent years, shows a sharp nomic crisis of unthinkable Citizens who want to help stamp out drug abuse big_drain on the tax revenue. _

decline in the number of youngsters tions" seems particularly obnoxious propor- may write to the American Social Health Associa Novak With! that- Who thought or whom In mind did, Mr.you ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION orized are matching funds !or

taking up the habit of cigarette smok- when the sharp increase in deaths by tion, 1740 Broadway, New York City, to find out say Is not paying Its fair share construction and staffing of other -

ing in the last decade. lung cancer in recent years is considered. what to do. of taxes? alco- for specialized facilities, such as
Among 17-year-olds questioned dur- Thank you, Mr. Editor. post-institutional care.

ing 1967-68, 25.6 per cent of the boys In reply to the Governor's statement SincerelyDon 3 alcoholism The new is act an recognizes"illness 'I.that demanding -

said they smoked cigarettes, and 15.7 that it would be hard to divert tobacco E. ChampionDiary topicsBy i extensive federaf' Involvement
cent of the girls admitted smoking.A .
per farmers and "
factory workers to other and declares .that
1957 survey of the same age group jobs, one member of Congress recalled FarmersAt PAUL C. FORAKER the Intent of Congress is for'use'

reported 34.7 per cent of the boys and that his home once had been heavily Editor, Information S.rvlc.t- of all existing health legislation,

25.5 per cent of the girls as smokers.In engaged in growing hops for brewing whenever possible in combating

the latest survey, conducted by beer and had little trouble switching to last the weather has caughtup are later than usual this year, Now that the 91st Congress Is alcoholism.

the U.S. Public Health Service, 91 per other crops when prohibition with the. calendar,and we are and perhaps the weather has had underway in Washington, expec- Making recommendations for
cent of those questioned answered yes along in 1919. came havlig !3 >me real summer tem- something to do with that. tations are that appropriations the bill were the North American
Although a drop in the peratures around the 90's. The .
when asked: "Would smoking'is ..* will be made in order to fund Association of Alcoholism
you" say consumption of tobacco might mean heat Is generating a lot of wind the nation's first statutory comprehensive Programs, the National Councilon
harmful to health? a temporary blow to North Carolina'seconomy which is blowing away at the We have our first hibiscus program for ,'alcoholism Alcoholism, and the National

The survey offered no reason for the we have faith in the ability tobacco and corn crops and bloom of the season out In the care and control, passedby Association for Mental Health.
drop in percentage of youths who of that anything else in its path. In yard now -- a red one that la '
great state to meet changing the last Congress and signed Alcoholic disorders in the United
smoke but there is little doubt that open places, it forms tiny tor- a blaze of glory against green
President States
conditions by Johnson
and not have to depend on nadoes, or whirlwinds that background. Alice takes the on October now cause about 11-
the widespread educational programs the promotion of a health hazard for sweep acroos a field until bro- plants In every winter, to keep 15. 000 deaths each year, according
about health factors involved have had its prosperity. ken up by osbructions. By Sam McGarveyIn them from being knocked down The new law amends the to an article in last Septem

their effect. The results of the .**. by freezing weather, and the Community Mental Health Cen ber's "Today's Health" maga-

One sour note was struck recently, couraging and survey are en- One such whirlwind struck recently the near future. "For result Is that when set out ters Act of 1963 and authorizes zine, published by American:
prove the hard-hitt at the Keystone airport one again In the spring, they bloom assistance to states and communities Medical Association.
however, when the Governor of North ing campaign to thing, such projects are notor-
youth to the with such force that a plane earlier. for constructing and But aside from these fatalities,
Carolina the nation's largest tobacco danger of iously slow in getting start- ...
staffing facilities for
smoking is that treatmentof
beginning to pay was being gassed up by ed, and for another, the alcoholism causes untold misery
state project
producing appeared before off. It alcoholism.It .
should Homer
encourage greater effort Satterfleld was dam- would have to be fundedin and suffering among the living
Congress to ask that nothing further in the future. aged, but fortunately there wereno part locally, and no onewe've We read with' de'lghttheot'nr! authorizes up to twothirdsof not only to the alcoholic:',himself \

Injuries. talked to wants I. '. costs for construction of alcoholism but also to his family, close
*..* recently : /, predictions of things treatment facilities to
The Invasion to consider taking on any more agricultural to come, of square be borne by the federal and his employer. "
by "love bugs" govern.
I taxes. tomatoes that With alcoholism as America'snumber
Higher postage same serviceThe will be a boon ,
which had been forecast has not 0000 ment over a period of 51 months. three health
as obviously It will be problem
happened around here, at least, For professional staffing of new
efficient to (according to the U. S.
pack Depaitment -
not yet. But last week, when In fact there is square ones facilities, it will provide up to
by no meansa of Health
than the
Nixon Administration's plan to raise which the Post Office ought to do, so their Sam went down to Hawthorne, general agreement throughoutthe we're accustomed common old to.round ones 75 per cent of the first year'scosts Welfare), it is, no wonder, that and

the price of letter mail a penny, to 7 cents, rates are not too low. it seemed as if as soon as he county that more drainageIs .... up to 60 per cent for the Congress passed the Alcoholic

is another example of paying more for the Neither Congress nor the public has entered Alachua County the needed as a number of per- second year, and up to 45 per Rehabilitation Act of 1968. Of

same old service. The plan proposes to shown much enthusiasm for'putting the Post pests became evident, especially sons now say that too much has We cent during the third year, in course, implementation of tho
from Waldo southward. been done in that direction and suspect that the team of federal funds. Assurance must
continue the separate 1O-cent airmail rate. Office on a self-sustaining basis by ending fan.'it be? that "Doc" Coving- that there Is the danger of the experts working on this projectis be given that the project will act will take some time.

By contrast, the Johnson Administration subsidies and charging what the service ton and Jack Trawick area drying up. But don't the same one that has been continue after federal funding Meanwhile, alcoholism tontines -
costs, so there is no point trying to break have trying to come with to plague our nation and
had been planning a single class of letter drawn a line around Bradford tell that to the people whose up square has ceased.In .
even by raising rates. County and peas, the Idea being that round our Sunshine State. If you desire
mail, at 7 cents to be warned the Dugs to homes In Starke were flooded to be covered by the
dispatched by air, But if there are to be postal deficits, they stay away! last September, unless you are DeBS roil around too much, es- new law, a facility must Include more information on the
highway or rail-whatever was best in each .... peically at meal tune. subject, it's yours for the asking.
probably should be held to a fairly constant prepared to duck. .... the five essential servo
... Florida Alcoholic
case. That made good sense. proportion of postal expenses until Congress ices required in the community Rehabilitation
is ready to overhaul the system Judging by the briar berries mental health center: Inpatient Program has some 60 pamphlets
The reason for letting the postal customer completely. The news that the U. S.Corps we've that red available on all phases of alco-
Therefore, it would be unrealistic to expect seen are turning Anyhow, If you're getting service, outpatient service, 24-
down again is money. The 16 percent in- postal rates to hold the line when most other Engineers is! making a pre- there is a good crop on the way, along in years, and wondering hour emergency care, consultation holism. Just write FARP's Information
crease In the first-class rate would bring prices are soaring. liminary of study on the feasibility and the makings of some pies If the future holds any inter- and education. Also outh- Services, Box 1147,
setting up a water con- and djmpungs, lor uiose hardy esting AVON Park. Fla., :33825.
nearly $400 million in prospects, stick around
new revenue. Elim trol project in .
inating the extra charge of airmail would Still, we are disappointed to see the prom. encouraging but the county is enough to brave the thorns, red until the year of 2001,when they .., --- :=-
have offset $72 million of it. ising concept of one-class letter mail abandoned solution to promises no bugs and snakes togatherthem.It say we'll have square tomatoesfor .wviiiJ3y
for the sake of $72 million-whIch is drainage problems seems to us that the berries old "squares1' like us. t, -/----::=r. .. :--..
Postmaster-Genenal Winton Blount has. going to be paid by the public, anyhow, -- -- '--' --

not yet given his recommendations for either in stamps or taxes. of ice water, dry milk powder,

second-class (publications), third-class 1 ". and sugar. Be cure beater and
(mostly advertising) and fourth-class (parcel Postage was bound to go up to 7 cents I"s.a woaai's bowl are chilled. Then add pow.

post), but he says increases will be pro 'have someday the, but it would have been nice to .;' dered milk to the water and
posed. The Post Office blow softened by a guarantee that beat until
reports that air the 7 r'By stiff Add sugar gradually
mail and letters pay their own way fastest would take our letters by the ,beating after each: addi 1 ft138
most efficient '
("profits" of $58 million and $35 million this is means. Frequently tion. Finally, Add 2 tablespoons
respectively in -1967) while the other classes done for 6 cents now (much first-class lemon Juice end beat until :well-
lose money. Users of second and third. mall goes by air), but you can't be sure, mixed.

class claIm. with some justification, that so that you half gamble a dime for an airmail stamp Martha Sue McCah In any :recipe calling for milk,

they do a lot of the handling and sorting Moines Register the time isn't necessary.-Des County Extension you can simply add the milk.
Home Economics Agent powder to other dry ingredients.

Then add water for the required

amount of liquid. .As a dry in

The Bradford County DRY MILK POWDER gredient, it can be used in biscuit -
STRETCHES FOOD BUDGETOne in some .recipes. or quick .bread mixes for Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
TELEGRAPH of the best foods to Some things that m11k-in-a- biscuits, muffin and wanea.
.-- keep ,
I [ .. bottle '
can't do
j are easy for dry
the budget from seeing red Is can even be used in a mix Bottom fouling and the increased friction and drag it
1879 : products. For 'for
example, chocolate
whole or nonfat or cara- creates is
dry jnilk
: one of the
pow- biggest for
:: you can have extra milk In mel pudding chocolate reasons a loss in boat
or oauce. speed, reports the Evinrude News Service.
der.It's cooked cereals without. extra
=- '$ easy to keep on hand, and Uquld. Just add a fourth to a dry Many milk have powder found to that fresh adding milk In salt water this fouling takes the form of barnacles and
especially convenient for ,small
MCMIIRAS rn417r/ei61/\: /---; families or thoso In! which half cup of dry milk powder :boost the protein. Adding re- other marine life. In fresh water, it appears as a light film

ESS __ every-one works from to each cup of cereal ,before liquefied dry milk powder to of scum that's easier to feel than it is to see. Even in its
FLORI A We have the mind of Christ. home. Its handy if you're away vaca- cooking. For meat loaf, meatballs fresh milk helps stretch the early stages, this film will result in drastic losses in speed.
-I( Cor. 2:16)). ,and hamburgers use one- fluid milk and makes The Evinrude Motors serv-
tlonln ,and far from a good the dry
Ice as shown
SOXmj o N fourth department issues this by
milk per
cup dry ; to each milk
We find it easy to learn new source of fresh' milk. Nonfat dry pound of meat. You can mash more acceptable In milk formance data based on testa graph. Top speed withperformance three
/ \ things, to remember instruc- milk Is tions and methods when speace-saver, too you can and add onecup Here are tips for buying. bout. At the start of the test.hour at the start of the test.
we keep It in the cupboard and whole or nonfat dry milk pow- Choose 1, 2, keep ourselves in tune with in- liquefy It as needed.To re- der to each cup of ,potatoes, and for regiular' use la cooking miles per hour with two men for ten days the speed
E. L. MATTHEWS, -PubY/ber. finite intelligence It lifts us then add liquid for the proper and baking. Choose 7 to 12 aboard. Then it was moored
out of fear the protein value of in a fresh water dropped to 21.5 mph..After, 20
and tenseness conststancy. This slip for 30
Published and liquid be
each Thursday and catered a* Second frees various cooked dishes add the ; may ounce packages for occasionaluse. days. Another teat run was days, It was down to 18,5 mph
Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark, Florid us from the feeling that extra milk solids. This is especially water the potatoes were Choose email packets for staged and a loss of six miles and after 30 days the boat
under Act of March: 3rd, 187. we are inadequate or incapableof Important in food for cooked in or rellquefled nonfat conveniently reliquefylng one per hour was recorded. When plowed through/ the water at
being successful at what dry milk. quart. the bottom a sizzling: 15.5 mph. 'V
Subscription In we older folks or for children was cleaned the :.
trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outside are who You can whip dry milk powder original performance In salt watea goo I antl-
attempting to do. God's refuse to .drink as much milk The flavor' is improved if you was re
trade area: 1 year, 15.59 as :to a Huffy dessert topping much allow stored. fouling paint will help>slow
Spirit-the Spirit of success is they need for growth. Dry milk: lower reUQuUled dry milk to the process of marine fouling.
within us. can even be added to fresh milk In calories than whipped' stand for a few' hours before The teat results were even In fresh water the boat hull.
Page 8 "TELEGRAPH' May 29 1969 cream. Use one half cup each tlseing.. more dramatic in salt water should be cleaned periodically.,



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rl 6 A About A -", G-.IE4-Dk: : This schedule will be repeated three times, 4 SAVE q r

during the next 15 weeks

Colored Citizens Bread & Butter PLATE wE DINNER PLATE "'. -
29C every
'' \ S3 1
.' purchnp [
SICONO --1-----
,1 t A't r Will( DESSERT DISH -
:87t; 29c "wnne.eY' .
% THIRD. __ p -
City League baseball the Will SAUCER
Blue Jays remain In first place yr 6k:;; 29c S3 with pureh.wary.e'
with four wins and I'OU"TIt __
The Dodgers and Braves no losses.IfeIed + &vi9.1 with..eh Will. /( COFFEE CUP :s p 29c S3 with pure.h..v.ryU ..'
for second place with 22. ; Bread aPLATE BuUer
The Me!s are In the cellar with r + ukk' L__WUI I InnN eso Aeb 29c w"h rv.ry
4 defwls. These games are y Each week a piece of distinctive Granada dinnerware The 33purchaN
played every Monday Tuesday, will be featured for just 29C. For each $3 in grocery prices items will be sold at these special(
and:Thursday at 4 p.m. on the purchases, you are entitled to one piece at this low only I in the weeks they art featured!

Reno Recreation Playground.The ?, fi get price.2 pieces There's: .no. .and limit so.on..with a $6 purchase you can Exclud.ng, tobacco liquor end |liquid| d..ry' p,,,,,,,,.,,. FOOD 5
Recreation Center: sche .Cueludlnn tobacco,liquor and liquid dairy producli. S TO a
dule Is as fellows: Monday
through Friday, 4 to 6:30.: Friday -...
: and Saturday, 8 to 11 p.m. No. I Toll Con CARNATION/
Summer schedule will be an-
noun< Director Jackson asks for the 26...*.CRACKIN/ OOOD BIO 60 FAMILY CRIMIS MI LK 7/l.I
cooperation of all parents and 12-o2.THRIFTY/ MAID
Interested citizens. C ookies..39'
SCHOOL ACTIVITIESThe Catsup 6/l. CRISCO..Limit 1 w/S.OO or more purchase excluding cigarette
sical extravaganza entitled SHORTENING I 3 181 69
"Music USA" at 8 p.m. Friday, Jelly. Tissae..5/$1 CAN
May, 30, In the cafetorium. Admission . Nw1$1. .
Is free, and the rublc'! 1.1/2 Lb. DIXII DARLING': : Jumbo ARROW WHITE: ASSORTED PAPER 1-lb.Can ASTOR All GRINDS..limit' lor choice' wIS'.''or more purchase excluding' cigarette

Is gram cordially will; Irclude invited.American The pro- *

Willie Folk songs M. Randolph and dances., sponsor.Mrs. Bread . 2/49 Towels..4/$1. COFFEE 49

Carl Lie Hunt, reporter. 8-Pek DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER OR WIENER No.2-1/2 Can THRIFTY, MAID, SLICED ft HALVES . . o .

SENIOR ACTIVITIES Peaches. Gt.ARROW BLUE,WHITE A COLD WATER..Limit 1 of cholc.w/SS.OO or more purchae excluding cigarette
Senior Examinations, May Buns. . 2/39 4/$ 1 *
2930. S nor Privilege Days
Jurrr,f-6.! Baccalaureate June 12-os.DIXIE DARLING' DANISH RING' No. 2 Can THRIFTY MAID SLICED JL CRUSHEDPineapple DETERGENT 49

8, 10 a.m. Rev. S. S. Robinson *
Jr.. pastor of S'mpson United Coffee Cake 49 4/$1.
Methodht Church, Jacksonville 12-os.Can CHEK AIL FLAVORS
will be sprak-r. Class Night. SOUTHERN BISCUIT SELF-RISING OR PLAIN 46-ot.HAWAIIAN tow ., ., '.,Orange or Grape Punch

I I June June Webster 9 10,8,,8 p.m.p.m.Dan with Commencement of Rev.Theology R. V. Flour. 5 BAa 39 Drink :. .:. : 3/l. DRI NKS 15/$1.I

Edward Wafers College, Jacksonville . .
as speaker.These: activitifis !- Qt.DEEP SOUTH..limit 1 w/$3.00 or more purtha..xeluding cigarette*
win be held in the gym. 9* Beef
Food 1
Baby 2/$
Ebenszer: Baptist Church, Rev. MAYONNAISE. 39
Leroy3.: Dav's pastor. Sunday 4-1/2 es.STRAINED GERBER No.1/2 eLY"V N
School 9:45: Morning Worship. .
10:4: :; with the Junior! Choir in Baby Food. 10 Sausage..5/I.
charge of
Service,6:45.: 130-Ct.fONDA WHITE PAPER No.1/2 Can STAR KIST' LIGHT MEATPlates..5..99' *
Mrs Ruby Clark, contestantsfor Tuna 3/$1.
the East Coast's Home Mission . . .
Convention wishes to thank
30-lb.Beg BRIQUETTESCharcoal No.300 Can THRIFTY MAID'
many friends for their liberal o-Pfc.12-0*. No Return Bottle*BUSCH BAVARIAN | '

win you.Mt.contributions the. Plsgah!.-contest.AME which May Church helped God,bless Rev.her .. .. 89 Sauce. .. :.5jl.1 BEER 99 'GGS-3.oz: .$1 1PONDS

George Young pastor. Sunday
School. 10 a.m. Morning Wor-
ship at; 11. Evening Service
Pleasant Grove United Meth-
odist Church. Rev. H. P. Hudson 3 FOR $1.00
am. Morning Worship 11. After- *
loon service, 4 p.m. Leg-O-Lamb 'B. 99 Shld. Roast. 69 RED RIPE.

Greater Bethlehem Free Will <
Baptist i! Church, Rev. Jasper USDA CHOICE LAMB USDA CHOICE LAM EACH 99

Chc&V Williams No.pastor.3 rehearsal.Monday. Tuesday night, Loin Chops. 5159 ., Shld. Chops 79< FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM

nigty,,. Choir No. 1 rehearsal. .B. L8 CORN 10/69*

Wednesday night Prayer Meet. USDA CHOICE LAMB . . .
ing./ Thursday night. Ladies Cir USDA CHOICE LAMaltl.CHOPS OR

cle.Saturday Friday night night' dinners, Prayer will Band.be Sirloin Chops -T9 Breast. .B.19 U.S.POTATOES..lO.1 No. RED BLISS : 69

sold from the kitchen. Sunday . .
School Morning ,
]1. Evening service. 6 p.m. Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday Thru Wednesday, May 29-Juno 4.
Dally Vacation Bible School CO"Y"IClHY-WINN.DI., '*(TOR**, INC-I... I 2 PINTS 79*
starts*June 9. Admission! free. . .
I Chtirch Rev. L. A. Sampson
pa.!tor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. ORANGES 5 594
Lovfe Feast at 11. Communion ,,WHITE .. .. BAG
service, 6 p.m Friday night the FIRM
Junior Church will sell from the
parsonage. All members are SLI. BACON.FRESH BAGE..2H'AD.394HORMIL
asked to please cooperate. The
Captains will be selling for! the FRESH
benefit of the drive Saturdayand
all members'! are asked to CANNED LETTUCE. 2 HEADS 49
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help make th's effort a success.

services Several Friday churches night will June render 6, HAMS 3 IB. $299 U.S.No. YELLOWONIONS 3." 39*

at bers 8 p.m.,are asked All officers to be and present.AU mem-. e.o oo CAN . .

members and friends are
to cooperate with the
benefit dinner to be held June FROZEN FOODS
8..'+The Rally terminates June CHOPS 79
22 and all Captains are askedto
contact each member. All
members are asked to please ICE CREAM 59*
cooperate with the Captains for . . .
i RJj Minnie Pringle enjoyed .2/$1.
;ia Wderful reunion Mothers! .. .. .
'Day with 64 members of the TASTE O'SEA
family in attendance. This is the FRYER PARTS MEAT & POULTRY *
fourth that PERCH 29BREAST
year such a gathering DINNERS
j has been<<:! held on this hap.occaslon. FLA.GRADE 'A'FRESH USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED
< MINUTE MAID/ ((12-o*.can 2/$1.)6-a2.
Enjoying the day with the w/ribs. LB' 59 CHUCK STEAK.89
honor guest were her three ORANGE JUICE I 4$1DRUMSTICKS. .
sons five daughters. 16 grand FLA.GRADE 'A'FRESH THIGHS or W-D BRAND LEAN..pluI100 Free Stamp W/Coupon
children, 29 great-grandchildren 10-ox. DIIANAWHOLI

family. several viistor. in-laws, and one .B. 59FLA < GR. BEEF.: 5 .B'. $2.49 Baby Okra 4/$1.

2'1/4 lbt W'D BAND AU STEW *

'S TAR K E : WINGS .. 39* GR. CHUCK .. .. $1.99 10-o..AETGRFRGIENFRlNtH FRY POTATOES: 4/l.

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Gilbert :S. Brown r 5-La.Ground PKO. W.O Beef eKANO '' TROPHYSpanish Peanuts d CIRCtl I+It./ le'Aluminum nOl.t. HEAVY DUTY :. I+./ Bathroom IT ot Cleanse'N,: I'N I' I'
White Acre Peas Foil It
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1 UOA ; 1 Spray Starch
/ Fresh Fryers Beef Roost Greenwood Beets i CleanerorSealer '
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Scout Troop 70 Mrs. Maude McCallMrs.

Holds Quarterly
Maude Ratllffe McCall,
Court Of HonorBoy 74, of Oneco Fla., died Monday
I I in Bradford County Hospital \
Troop 70 held Its '
Scout following; a long Illness. Born
quarterly Court of Honor at ''in Jasper on August 13, 1894,
7:30: p.m. Friday, May 23. she was a member of the Prim-
The annual Troop Charter was itive Baptist Church.

presented to R. G. Paterson Surviving are live daughters,
by George King Dist. Scout Mrs. Anne Ricks of Starke,

Executive. with whom Mrs. McCall had
Life Scout awards were pfe- been living since March: Mrs.
sented to Bruce Haddock Lee Hardenbrook. Star Scout Over treet. and Mrs. Ruth Le. EVERGREEN BAPTIST
brook Second Class awards Jeanne Alday, Chlldersburg CHURCH OF LATTER-DAY JESUS CHRIST :Sunday School, 10 a jn. Morn-, /biunday: Bible Study 10 a, m.? Sunday School, 10 a.m.: MornIng Sunday School, 9:45: a'. m.

were presented to Glenn Mull- Ala.; one son W. E:. McCallJr. Sunday School, 10 a.m.. 416 East Call SAINTS Joe Worship 11:15.: Sunday tdor\. ntng Worship and Commun- Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship. 11 a. m.Y kth
Ins. David Harper, James and ., Moore Haven; a brother Worship Service, 11 a. m. Night: service 8:30. Highway. :Jon Service, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Player Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir.Practice
Victor Griffis and Bill Gay. Oscar Ratiiffe, of Jasper; a sister Evening Service, 7 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 125, northwest of Lawtey.-Her. felloes, 6:00.Wednesday :Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m.

Merit Badges! were awarded to Mrs. Lorena Watson, Tam Tuesday Nl* t. Cottage Prayer ment a.m. ,Sunday 11:15.Monday: School, 10. Sacra- B. L. Bennett pastor Worship service T -Rev, J. C. Heeteiii:, pastor Rev. Robert D. Burch
m. Minister Jack P. Ben.
troop members. pa; 16 grandchildren, and two Meeting. .p.
Tenderfoot induction ceremonies greatgrandchildren.Funeral Thursday Night Prayer Meat- Primary, 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
were held for Michael services were held at tog in church 7:3: p.m. Tuesday MIA 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. :Mom- NORTIISIDE BAPTIST SUI1.dey-9:45: a. m. Sunday K1NGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST

Crews. 3:30: pm. Thursday in Shannon Youth. Service, Friday night Wednesday Relief Society, lag Worship, 11 a. m. Pre-Ser- CHURCH Sohool: 11:00: a. m. Morning CHURCH .
The group participated in the Whitfield Chapel, Sarasota, with 7:30 p.m. 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band Young: Schedule of services: Sunday Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: ajn. Training

2nd Annual Boy Scout Field Rev. J. B. Smith officiating interment Ivy Luke. Pastor" -Dean Hansen People, and. Prayer Service), 6. School 9:45: a. m. Morning1 Wor Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Union 10:15: a.m. Morning'
Day sponsored by the Alpha Kappa was in Manasota Me Branch President p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. ml ship. 10:45: a. m. Training Un ship. Worship 11 a. m. Evening Wor-
Psi fraternity of 'U of F :morlal Park at Oneco. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Midweek Service Wedaesdayl; ion., 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday-7:3u: Prayer Services hip 7:30 ,j>. m. Mid-week-Pray-
held at Westside park in Gainesville BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. 715.:\ Mid-Week Prayer Service 1st and 3rd Wednesday er Service, Wednesday 7:30: p:,
May 24. Ribbons were won b33 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor. Wednesday) 7:45: : p. m. nlgbt-1:00: p. m. Family night. m.Come let us worship. together.,

by Jim Crews and Ken Fuqua. Mrs. A. CrawfordMrs. vices: Sunday School, 10 a. m. S. 301 North, behind Taste aft i -

They were accompanied. by Preaching, 11 1m.. Training Freez Drive In. Sunday
Don Hardenbrock, Mr. and Mrs. Annie B. Crawford, 68, Union 3:43: p. m. Evening Worship School, 10 a.m. Worship Service I i
Robert Brown, Bill Eppersonand died Monday In a 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
Eddie Harper. pital. -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. ;
Born In Bradford County on :
-Leroy Olive
pastor; E. L.
March 21. 1901 her parents St. Marks Episcopal Gratis; associate. pastor. 1
were the late Will and Amanda Sunday Services >>
Security Green Burney. She had lived in 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist fEVERGREEN BAPTISCHi jfr

Numbers RequiredIn the Starke area all of her life 10 a.m. Church School r: BAROMETER II
and was a member of Union 11 a.m. Family Service hway.J25* NSrttWWt g* ;. i
VA Hospitals Primitive Baptist Church. Lawtey. Sunday School, 19 ajm. 11
Holy Eucharist! 1st and 3rd for the x
Surviving are her husband, Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd MorningWorship.. 11:15. Sun-, FUTURE t _
Veterans: admitted to a Vet- Lonnie Crawford Sr.. Starke; and 4th Sundays. day Night Service, 630Rev. N L iI'
erans Administration hospital. one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth R. L, Bennett! pastor r

must have a social security Pierce Monterey, Calif., eight MADISON STREET 1r

;lumber shown on his applica- sons, DeWitt C., Crystal River; BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH: OF GOD + I
tion for admission )'according to Donnie Hugh Hampton; An- 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.

M.T. Dixon. director of the Florida thony W., Keystone Heights; Opportunities For Service Sunday School, 10 a. ni. Worship. Webster says that a barometer is an instrument r
Department of Veterans Af Lonnie Jr., Neil R.. Rudolph A., Sunday, June 1 7 :
a.m., Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. : measuring the weight or of the si :
fairs.If and Glenn B. Crawford, all of Brotherhood Breakfast pressure :k
; 9:45: a. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7:30:
a veteran has no social Starke; and Zack Crawford, m., Sunday School; 11 a.m., p.. m.-Rev. Chester J, Siioiappe", atmosphere, foretelling and measuring changes cj ft

security number, the VA Is required Gainesville; one brother Newn Morning Worship; 4:30: p.m., ,pastor. of weather and altitude. 1
to see that the is Issuedone Burney Starke; two sisters, Youth Choir Practice; 5:45: p.m., :. :
immediately, Dixon says. Mrs. Eva Libby and Mrs. Ida Youth Fellowship Supper; 6115: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH If God were to place a barometer on our lives, .g iI'

All VA\ hospital records throughout Mae Gasque, Starke; and 29 p.m.. Training Union; 7:15: p. (Highway 100 at There.ua) would we be cold, lukewarm, or on fire ,',
the country are now grandchildren. m., WMU Prayer Circle; 7:30: Sunday School-10 a. m. ao
filed by social security number, Funeral services were held p.m., Evening Worship. Morning' WOl'shlp-ll a. m. for the Lord. The past we can not change. .

the director states. Several years at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Union Monday, June 2 6:30: pjn. Training Ur.ion-6:30: p. m. the future is up to us. I"
ago, the VA terminated the use Primitive Baptist Church with R. K. Meeting; 7:30: p.m.. WMU Evening Worship-7:15: p. m.

'of registered: numbers and social Elder B. H. RawU and ElderO. Business Meeting; 7:30: :p.m.. Wednesday Night Prayer Services ? ". what doth the Lord thy God ,requireof j
security numbers are now M. Yarbrough officiating Brotherhood Meeting. -7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle
used exclusively. Even though a Interment was in Crosby Lake Tuesday, June 3 9:30: a.m., Packham, pastor.FIRST thee, but to fear the Lord thy
veteran's claim number is still Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones
Prayer Croup.Wednesday. I
:;f. God, to walk in all Hit ways, andrE
Important Dixon says\ he is Funeral Home In charge. June 4 7:30: ASSEMBLY :
actually admitted to a hospital m., Prayer Meeting. OF STARKE :rE$; to /love Him, and to serve

under his social security num- .Thursday, June 5 3:30: pan.. West Weldon St, and Ralford 11:!! the Lord thy God with all j
ber.To BHS Instructor Sunbeams and QA.'s. Road .
thy heart and with :;
expedite Admission to a Attends Marine Friday, June. 6 7:30: p.m., Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. :
VA hospital, a veteran should YWA Mission Shower at the 11:00: ::1.. m. .Morning Worship: :::: all! thy soul" ATTEND a

take his social security number Science Meeting church. $::00 p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00p. : }: CHURCH REGULARLY I
with him when he enters, Dixon Denton Sumrall, pastor in. Evangelistic Services

advises. Mrs. Pam Dickerson of Brad Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Mid. i

ford County': High School was FIRST UNITED METHODIST Week Prayer Meting
among the nearly '100 Florida Pastor: T. E. GUleyHEILBRONN ?
educational personnel and industry .
'. -.. representatives who at- Sunday Church School, 9:45: : The Church is God's r
>> :: BAPTIST ':;: appointed agency in this world i .
Li&E tended the Florida Marine Science a.m.; Holy Communion + "
11:00: for
the '
CHURCH, HIGHWAY 18 N. ::: spreading knowledge of His 'love for man and
Education Conference a.m., MYF Snack: Supper, 6:00: }, of His demand
= Sunday: School 9:4.5.. ... m man to respond to that love by
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday p.m.; MYF Meetings, 6:30: p.m.; :
; his :
'\ MOl'nillWOI'ship\ 11. Training : loving neighbor Without this grounding in the
trim y (May 15, 16,17)) at'the Commander Evening Worship: 7:30: .f
i3ltelible Motel, Riviera. Beach, Flo- :MYF Fireside, 8:30: p.m.; Union 0:30: p. m._Evening Service love of God, no government or society or way of lile < IvC\N rFIt ,
p.m. ;:)
We have the mind of Christ.I (Monday Jr. Girl Scouts. 7:30.: Mt week Prayer-Ber-: >{1 will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold A

-( Cor. 2:16): ). rida.The conference was sponsoredby 3:15: p.m.. vice, 7:30.: : so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore even from W :

Nothing is too complicatedor the State Department of Tuesday WSCS Executive -Rev. L Tommy Howe, Pastor ::1: a selfish point of view, one should support the Church ?" I
too hard for us to rasp Education and under the direc- Board, 9:30: p.m.; WSCS General GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH :*::: for Ihe sake of the welfare of himself and his family. d. : ::

learn to understand. Whei tion of the department's science Meeting, 10:00: ..a.m.; ::: Beyond that, however l, every person should uphold
or Sunday School, 10 a.: m. Morn. % p :
counsultants Jack Hopper and and participate in the Church because it tells :::+
Jr. Girl Scouts, 3:15: p.m. the truth '
we do not know how to proceed ; in-j; Worship, 11 m. and' 7 % {
.a. p
let's pause for a moment and Jim Moore with -assistance from Wesleyan Service Guild. 7:30: m.- Rev. Fred'Johns, pastor ,::::} about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which /.fOllN; '-",'"
"God in knows. Ther Palm Beach County science p.m. ::: alone will set him free to live as a child of God. :
say us program specialist H, W. Berry- Wednesday Prayer Meeting NEW RIVER BAPTIST .: Colenon Adv J.rv.

breathe a silent prayer ol man. and Bible Study, 7:30: ;p.m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn' ij m
thanks that the way is now revealed Objective of the conferencewas Thursday ing 11
Chancel Choir Rehearsal Worship, a. m. Training g
that the path is made to bring 'together the new 7:45: p.m. Union, 7 p. m. Evening! Worship ':

plain before us, that God in us thinking and programs In ma Rev DeWitt T, Farabee. Jr., 8 p.- m. Wednesday night service ;:
knows-so that we know too. rine sciences and to determine Pastor. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welJ J:: !

Let us give thanks that our methods and programs that can come-L. L. Parker, pastor. g
minds are continually renewed translate recent developmentsInto

and that we are keenly alert the curriculums of
trough God-given intelligence. schools. Sunday Service: Sunday f
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- :
Morning Worship 11; sermon ship, 10:45: a. m. Evening Service ;f.g GULF SERVICE SERVICE SERVICEBill :

Treasures in Heaven." TrainIng 6:30: () p. m. Midweek Ser- |
0.t Union 6:15.: Evening Wor- vice, Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
ship. 7:30: ; sermon, "Citizensof -Charles Reese, minister 5 5BiAYLESSHIGHWAT
Heaven." U-HAUL RENTALS Tire Tro-lng ,

Staff Prayer Time, :Monday :\ Headlight Adjusting i
through Friday. 9 a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH:: :j Track Trailer Brake Service

tice MondayYouth, DeaconsMeetlng7/ Choir Prac-p.m. Sunday/ School, JO *Jn. Prs.,' S: Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and I
clung Services; at 11. Training
Tuesday WMU Executive .4 Minor Tune-Ups Alignment
: ;
tpiion, 6 pjn. Evenki: Service
Board Meeting, 6:30.: WMU Busi- '
Midweek Prayer' Meettnr. 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
ness Meeting. 6:45.: Joint MeetIng Wednesday. 7:30.: Everyone! :nral.oome. ::. ,

of WMU and Brotherhoodwith Rev. George E. CroTTCU. : PHONE 964-5899 All Minor Repairs
Covered Dish Supper at I IJ

the Church 7 p.m. Rev. and pastor, I 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke .

ANTHONY POOLS INC. Mrs. Irvin Northcutt mission- : STARKE BUILDERS
aries to Peru will speak after HAMPTON CHRISTIAN

announces the appointment of supper. CHURCH \\1 SUPPLIES, Inc. Hlway 301 and 100 LAWSON 1\\
Wednesday Sunday School Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning %
Superintendents Cabinet Meet Worship at 11.: Evening :? Featuring Ace Hardware 410 S. Temple Starke

National Aptf/Builders Inc. ing, 6:30.: Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Worship, 7:30.: -- Rev. Carl :: Complete Paint Supplies MEAT MARKET. ,
Church Clarke .
Choir Practice, 8:15.: pastor.FIRST

I as an Authorized Anthony Pools GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH .. HAMP10N: BAPTIST CHURCH : "Cheek With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialize: in Custom.
Equipment Dealer Highway 100-A :# and
Inc Cutting
Sunday School 10 219 m&Ucb-1
a. m. Morning f, Washington St. 964-5270
r Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Worship at 11. Training: L7: MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep
. OF POOL PLANS ORIGINALLY Worship 11. Training Un- Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night/

STYLED FOR THE HOLLYWOOD STARS I ion, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followedby .j'. 24-Ft. Wide WHOLESALE.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 8 choir practice. Starke Nursing :: Phone 964-7059
NOW-You can h.ivc a pool \\ith the identical; sHlint, p.m. Rev. Virgil Lorett. Home service 2:45: p. m. Er ". Also 12-Ft. Wide
:, construction, and .icccisorics' usctl' in m.\ny) of thenation's pastor. -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. 1 k 'PEST P PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD

most 1 gl.imorous pools-hut. because of :: MOBILE HOMES
:n p
Anthom's gro.itolumo and construction kno\v-how, O N T R O L
).ou11 pOly no more than for an ordinary) pool. Sunday Worship.School 11 a.10 m.a. m.Training Morning : : \ : Campers and TmyeltralleA COUNTY .

CONSTRUCTION Your Anthony Authorized My Neighbors b Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service : a "l CD. TELEGRAPH
Equipment Dealer h.is been trained und equipped to 7:30.: Prayer :Meeting, Wednesday Keystone Heights 1

g \c )ou the same niateriaU.: und moJcrn.. money. saving 7:30: p. m..-Rev. R. H. '
construction '.' 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 SUPPLIES
lcfhnkucs| Ue\clopeJ. b\ Anthony in Butler, pa..L"I'. J
building 40.001)) ,. I
i Phone 964-5745 for FREE :
Select from ilcpcn. ,.labiliiprocJ '
filter healers, pumps, iiuioni.iiic. pool cleaners. color- DEDAN BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Inspections and Estimates ADDING MACHINES 1 1I
coor"inIIcJnlh"I1\' hoards .MRO.aO4 BRADFORDABSTRACT
l.uKlert. and slides I .
ACM Sunday School 10 a. m.
Anthony makes. the entire )line. ryM.IM.W"xVl
tag Worship, 11 a. m. Training
PRICES Hee.uise.. Anihom" pioJuce' the "\vholc Union.. 6:30 p. m. Evening: Service I WILLIAMSJEWELRY CO. EDWARDS
package, price on an An thorn> styled I and equipped 7:30.: -Rev. lacy Conway! j

pool can be less'. .!. .a lot less! AUTMORI ED ,.... Better Service For Your Grocery and Market

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ANTHONY POOLS! Airpark Baptist Groceries Meats Feejl
TELEPHONE 765-5535 eQUIPMeNT OBALE d"Watch Clnrefc Title Problems .
Sunday School. 9H5: .m.; MornIng Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL :
for additional' Information
or mail'
coupon to Worship 11:00
a.m.: EvenIng Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts
'NATIONAL.fOfOUTiiomviJACKtONVILLt POOl IUIIDERS, INC. Worship, 7:00: p.m.: Wed BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys Edwards

: .PLOMIIMllJO It-You! can be re- Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Title Insurance
''I i placed by a Human! 7:00: p.m. Study on Book of 142 W. Call St. Starke U. S. 301 South Starke
-------------------------- Pealm Nathan I,. MotUinr, 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881
N.m.Add'.. A fishing license means a pastor Zveryone!: ; Welcome. Phone 964-7064 PHONE 934-5312

lot to the Game and Fresh Water
." Fish Commission and the people CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERA1WE, Inc. I'

CkY at Florida. It means revenue to "The persons most difficult i, .
-zIp Phon. Meson carry out vital projects) for conservation to convince they're at retire Owned By Those We Serve In Twehre Northeast Florida Counties "Helpta Our Members Lire Better.

of wildlife and flsliei. ment age are children '
at bed.
KsystoM Heights Phone 473-4911 i
I r ,.sources. time." -
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,#1.' F ,, T me 'Execut.or..r the Ktitate" oZ a suit hAn baen' brnnsiht ssrslT?"wt P'inrlda.' claimant his agent or his attorney SWVi ltSWM! ,.f SW'< It2 Ato 'Pn""p""lnn penmnnl the i>r roiiftwing i>nrty,fo-wlt described : Jiiilgcnipnt, fur Itlchartl I1. /fun-
D. C. void SP5 Cor of AW'/, of BWM 811:: Mn..hum, rl-h-a. of Keystone
CART C. PfECHO'WSKI. deceased. YOU In the Clrrult Court. for :By Beulah >M.+ Mood or It will become limit' Font Htntlnn Wagon Tnoc' ngnlnstClnrinic .
Bradford Pmintv FlorMn. ,, by 5-15 tot (.r stcrordlnir to law. R-SV- Nnl WIe07, in Nn OA02WI4- freights, Flnrlll"n,1
HKnsren. F. "RhswBJITOTOm John Lee ( nnArPr, or rtlvwrpw, rr..r May 14th. 1969.CI..vel"n.1 Bniithern Oil ('*"pml.,1Y.Hl(. 1024 Title- No. KOI! '70.11As Dllliert and In KvrlvnOlllicrt thoaiiHiiint
TH.ERESSA Bronrl Pt NY. NY | defcndnnt.
V. RHVW"' and you ar herehyremhed' to nurham nit the nropertv o-f the ahovennmeil
Jr., M. Daniels. NW4 of NW'i ex 1A of RYex of JIS21I' togc-ther withenatp
143 Went Call Street rrve upon Ben anlel. In Cnnni'r Jmlffe'n r..r., Tst Asa R lefi.pilunt and thnt >nMnndnv
8t"",.... FloridaAttorney Plaintiffs ..ltn""rani whoop nd Fur llrllilfi'nl' County, Florltln.In Artmlnlstrators of the estateof nvWrvuthern. Co. Ilio 23?'(I dnv of .Tune, of I'KllectlnnMJLVI and have In mypvaaraalun
'Br Dore4L11t11I1g For Kxecutof" ArPan' In. COT N..th.ut TMrdAtreet nstnte of WILLIS JOES. ;:':. Will In Tonne. Jr. I OH OhemlcM 10(10!!( nt twelve o'clock Nnnn *>n "* Hflxcd ilesrrlbtd -
May I. !'21170. rat: Bv. George H. TierceAttorney 121! Droad St. NY. N. Y. 122.69U2 thflBrmlford tho fiillowlng
Publication : Oi-nla. P'3. of
PJao.e First =!. .!It. l>pci>nseilNOTIOK ton hi dnv on tlm pre-nilsos" tr -wlt:
473-4519 lr'.I"'ly
1.... your anrwrr or wrltfsn defensn*, TO cnnr>TTOR3 for the Kntnte County .Intl. T will offer lurMonnl" Ktntton WiiRon,
6-i 4t E-ll If I snv. to the Pill. of Pomplnlnt All creclltiirs. of Willis! Jones.Jr 5.22 U 0-12 5-t2t for Knlr and. u'110\ tho highest lit"f No.7'IH17M7 IVnlliu- '
d" In ,saM' .unit and fll. snm" with ., who dl..l.n Mny 3. '1909, hlddcr Tor cnsh. In bond, thA m Tng No. 4BW-227&
.. the Clark of tho ri'o.iff Court of Bradford LOAL i OTICKNotice OF "1"mIFF'1.1'2' nhove ''' ,.rlhp,1 property of snlddefendnnt 1000 Florida
KlKli ., ,11.,1 rirralCAnil xvhllo n roBlclont NOTICR of the nHovo
In TAe tho property
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH For Rrndford County.Cn on or hnfnra the 17th rt.v of.Tune. f'nunty. Florlila! nre notified I. herehv Riven that. nn. Notice IN herphv gl\rn that T. t,. sntlsfy tho aforoxnld named A", tli-femliint. anil that. onMnndnv.
sn lieitlnnlnor
Sunday School 10 a.m.; FI..r", 11"1. which nnv and date that. thoy are reritilred' to file the 14th Any of June. inf pnmmxnltycenter. T'. n Itvitillsh. ns Sheriff ofBradford I, TOxecntlon.P. the 21rcl: ,hv..r .ftine,
Is b..r..hv rlvnA, as the return claims nr demands that they nt 12 noon nt County '''In'I Morning Worship. 11 a.m.: .TOHN" Nt, T.VT rwvnwp-Y. T>''''''- cI"v..f this.. Notice 'n Ann"ar. If any nay hive, aivnlnst' hln. estate. In Town rf Rrooker of Florida Countv and l lIy virtue of Writ of Kxecutlon. p n'cl.II"h. Sheriff pjnld 19AO! ,day nt tttclvn on the premlMCM of the
Training Union. 6:30: p.m.; tlff v. F-irorNTA., WOOt-VER- vou fall fn fin so. ... T>(>fa"U, will the Offlin" .. In tax sale certificates out of Smnllrinlms !' 4t UNCITiril
arnlnaf for therelief Florida IsHueil 5-Z'l
fendant. b enterA j v ti of Bradford County. Kxei-ntlun onto nnd sell to thn bleb.Pat -
CONTW-V Innd for
Worship 7:15 Wednesday TON demrlliecl
Evening : followlna .
; Conn
Florida the Bradford
Reminded 'In the Jtlll of C'imrthoUHo nt Slnrke. nn Court of In hand thonlmvo
,evening Prayer Service AMTWOKDNOTICR!! TO:ATPKARTo Cow...T flint.TVtn the, within Mix rnlemlnr, months to nnv the amount due flor tnTen -, h. Flnrlcln. wirsunnt to a FinalJudgement OF MIIKIIIFF'M Htt.Fl bidder,ilencrllied for 'nllh nroprrty, of snldilefendunt
.... herein set oprtoxlte the same Southern, T>|H.count hnrei h that
Con | mv hand anA nfflclnlp from Ihp dole of the first pnlill- for :Notltc Is v given Rntlxfy tho afuro-
7:30: with.' choir practice after- : Eugenia Woolverton ...*sl .t Rfwrlct" Bradlord Cfti'ntv, "a lion of the notice. Kach clnlmor together with nil costs, of. suchunle <'mnpnny of Stnrke.' FlorIdn. P. ;I h. lleilfllch, ns Sheriff f tKrndfoid r.xeentlon tii
war A' .. drcv.M4 Tnnov Avenuo.Brookvllle this the 12 day of Mar Remand, moat he In writing and. nil] Advertising and nirnlnst, Walter. Ttrnwn ('<>Inl, )', FlnrMii, und..ranct sold P. n. lledrtlHh
.lda. T.ot 1 I2/ of Rile 4 of CorllotaSn defendant In of Writ of Kxe-
Sprfiay School attendance was Alexandria Virginia. 1eaA. and, fllpil In flupllcate. and moat and Ullsin Brown liv vlrtiio P. D. It..,,,,I..h. tBr'lI.dorll
CS* AMChurl fttnte the place of residence and TTnlt 1Aurnat the nmount of a11ADO togetherwltli cutlnn.: towlfliiecutlon : County '. .
95. On Sunday afternoon Mr. TTcrMiv Notified that ** A. nA r.>>v. t'.1 fflrrnit pout-office nddrcRX of the (clnlm' f, MRrr..r4nn ITnr-. rnAle. of collection.Ifnve : Iksiied mt of Small' F5-:9r11t C-19
Yon Are Hd. Mctnlre, T.a. 7nnf>3 *5 BO In my Bradford. ( "iinty. -
l hy the fine and Imve Cnuit of
and Mrs. Robert Stanley came Court" Bradford County ant and 1>e sworn to Ml> Clnlnm. KlnildA' pursuant Inn Final -

into the membership! of Hope ----------aa-rrr-----.-----------------
Church by baptism at the Silver ----------------------------1 E..rrrl..rlelrrrr..artt..rr t.rrt.rrt.rrrr.ar

Lake home of Rev. Merle Pack- I FLORIDA GRADE 'A1fSAVEf II

ham. 1 1

Tuesday evening dinner (guests II
of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley I 1 1

were' Mr. and Mrs. Carlos 11 ,

Youngblood of Williston.Mr. I I FOOD
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan
of Palatka were Sunday visitorsof I I ]r1.!{/ 1

Mr., and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan 1

and Mr. and Mrs. Percy I II 1 ., tc 1 1

Sullivan Jr. and Rusty.

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Cample* I i 1 -- FAl RSUPERMARKETS i
John of Miami spent last week TENDER

and this week with her parents, j
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sullivan.Mr. i I SLICED QUARTERPORK

Sullivan returned to his @

Starke.home Bradford Friday County after several Hospital daysat in I j j 101NCHOPS 1 1 1 1

Mr.: and Mrs. Homer Brinson I 11

spent last week at Tavernier
visiting Mr. Brlnson's sister and j j 1 1

brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ..'''

Leroy Johnson. i i 1 1
Overnight guests of Rev. aJ 11

Mrs. Merle Packham Friday 1

were their son and daughter. 1 1 Merchants 1

1n-law. Mr. and: Mrs. Merle I /II I FREE TOO!
Packham Jr. of Salt S'rirgs, ; ; ORttENaTA 1
and grandson. B'lly' Phillips of '
Mlddleburg. The Packhams and I ". i 1 1
j j
Billy enjoyed Ice cream and 68c
cake at the :home of Mr. and I 1 PRICES GOOD THURSDAY 1
Mrs. Billy Breeden Friday L B I 1 THRU WEDNESDAY JUNE 4th
evening in observance of the 1 1 '
birthdays of Rev. Packham and I SAVE 1O< LB I 1 ; QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

Matthew on Sat.. May 24. 1e
Plenn Grann left Tuesday for

basic training (National Guard:

at Fort Jackson S. C. PICK-O-THE-CHICK
Sunday visitors of Mr. and US CHOICE I U.S.CHOICECALIFORNIA
Mrs. Percy 'Sullivan Jr. and FRYER ISQUARE CUT
Rusty were Mrs. Sullivan's aunt I CROSS RIB a

Walker and daughter Janet.of I ROAST
Jacksonville! : and Mr. aid STEAK

Mrs. Elbert Hersey of Gaines

ville. roof ran IOOe/Ale ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley ,

,spent several days !in Tampa Llgllti LLpIRI DRUMSTICKS, THIGHS
last week visiting Mrs. Sibley's A BREASTS WITH RIBS

sister Mrs. L. L. Youngblood.
Think About It

Emerson said It: "God offers

to every mind its choice between I

truth and repose." AZALEA

Kroner) OK UNPAID e
As provided by Chapter 20728 i
Acts of 1941 notice Is given that SAUSAGE r V StlClD TURKEY
tangible personal property
taxes assessed. for the year 1968 SMALL BREAKFAST LINKS a e 1 AKO GRAVY ORCAIIAGE
Are now delinquent and beginning 1 ROLLS
April 1. 1969 such taxes
are drawing Interest of one
percent per mouth plus proportionate
cost of publishing the> t TOt
notice unless the amounts set > 2 IBS r 1.29
opposite each. name below arepaid /
before the 6th of June A.
D. 1969 warrants will be issued
therein directing the levy upon
''the seizure of tangible personal .
property of the tax payers for
unpaid taxes pena-ltlew and ad<*
ditlonal/ co...... The names of delinquent
personal property taxpayers :

and the the amount cost of of ad.the JUNE BOY FRESHDILLS QUICK REFRESHER
Name vertlwlng follows and: the penalties Total areas R'/de/ ASST FLAVORS LIBBY'SCATSUP e GATORADE

Bells Garage 2.85
Brooks. Fish Market' 6.IT CANNEDDRINKS
City: Fish & Meat Mkt. J5.29CourtShoe
Repair Co. 2.08 e
Oay's Home Appliance. 27.65
Francis Jenkins. Florist 208
A. Johnson & Son Qroc. 31.33
L. J. Kite U.54 14ozBTLS. 14oz 28oz
Longhorn Rest.. 11.35 45
M.Oary O. Reddish McMllllan: 12 S..94 12 5/l JAR JAR

Shell Service Station 15 98
Felix Sullivan. 7.09
Sunoco station 15 lit
Texac" Service Station 7.09
r B Thomas J..39 I Ii
Unity Cafe. 2 08 I I

Madle crnvlrtPdLlnnhe Notice* Williams Is Here-by NOTICE- Given CIRCUIT That whr 1.33 i MAXWELLHOUSE i- "fDFh d 8ahnyi FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS i ii

Court Florida of on BRADFORD 14 November County A. T ,
1966. of the -offense of BIGAMYwill
apply for clemency to the BREAD
State Board. of Pardon Tallahassee. i i i

meeting.. Florida Dempsev at Its Larry next regular RatT i

| I I
In'Tli County JnAre's CoartOfRrndford I KINOSIZE20oz
County, Florida. laIn 19. II
RK: B tnte of MART C. C I
creditors TO o-f CREDITORSAll the estate of I I SAVE IK. FRESH BAKED"' I J'
PIKCHOWSKI. deceased
:MART C. ; I
hereby notified' and
are file claims. or APPLE PIES 38*
required demands to which any they may have I I ..,................................ I
against said. estate In the Office LB II
of the Countv Jnde of Bradford SAVE 178. PKt3 OF 8 ,ICED ASSORTED

Courthouse County.at Starke Florida,Florida In the. I LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER I SWEET BUNS .311 i t I

within from the six date calendar of the first months publication ; ....................... 1
of this notice. Each claim
demand must bn. In writing
and must. state the place nf residence
office address of
And post
must NEW
bleb attorney the (' ,mnrnit wllilabeoams KING SIZE LIBBY'S


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K aM tki .W e.. p .
6 I I'I r the G. A. Kennan Sat-
.a.ct tea .M..t tar home ,' and children visited her parents -
wr.n.witp4o urday evening, May 2f, Open- Mr. and Mrs M. M.

., -.wd... RAIFORD LAWTEY HAMPTONBy Ing of gifts games and refreshments Matchett this weekend. Mr.

.... ... -. .... ... .... -. -... were enjoyed by '
u$..a 10. .1 .. .1 Pa. ., w 1. 6 a It ti.N. Mld.j '..... about 30 guests Elaine whose Pearson Is completing his term
Mra. EaM Dobbs By E- Blancliard In the army and they will make
.,"-*..* iv 9' N io' .fr M1 of Net By Mm D. B. HM 17th birthday was May 26, Is their home In Miami.

any l* 10' a t tr71St'A! )5.11 v, I __ _. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .
- ---"
*,,>-.-.&.t X of Ilk I In. lmoo4 MIjr7 IU P I _..... "' .n and children Lawton Youngblood of Hampton. Mrs. C. R. Hicks Mrs. Fos- .
Michael Dobbs :
Evergreen Baptist Church Buck, celebrated his 20th birth- and Mrs. Ken-
.. 10.0 re M fro SI Oar .f | ter Hayes G. A.
--0 ) *N Mr. .and Mrs. L. J.
N Ft visited will hold its homecoming next More than 100 friends attended day May 14. Is stationedat
r aw* e IMI 115 M 50 r% P He nan attended a VBS clinic in
it} rt s '0 ft T. POP 11' a ""' .u....Las Rh_ Mikell Jr. and Mr.. and Mrs. Sunday June 1. All friends are a supper for Mrs. Maureen Eglin Air Force Base and Jacksonville
_II7 )." yr Howard ,Register at Ocean Paul Friday night.
( Invited. outgoing principal at has visited at the Kennan home

.t8-.B" r 101''11 ?PO.'Na16t'I 18 Doe Pond Sunday afternoon. John Haymond was guest Hampton Elementary School several times recently. Birthdays this week include j
M *76'. II SO
Oaf JO Kin 1722.6' N 18 Doc Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mikell Jr. speaker at First Baptist Sun- Saturday night. Tables were decorated Vonda Kay Brown May 27, and

try 178*. a 7* Doll .1.1' To POP and eons of Deland, were Sun- day night. Ills wife Eland with roses) and gardenias PERSONALS Teresa Melton May 30. Vonda

a/W 166JO. t fI, Mall tr U'00. ." ': day ,afternoon guests of \Mr. and accompanied him. The Hay- and a large sheet cake, Lawrence Meng has been Kay is the daughter of Mr. and

''*''-- ait MI Cor ft 8a* n Ian Airs. Earl -Oobbs. monds have finished their mis- saying "BestWlshes"wasfrosted Mrs. Lamar Brown
and Teresa
8 30 Dag lit 'Kin u 950', ale home on leave from the Air ,
0c M Along 0.1)10'. M 73 DM Mary Louise Taylor Is home sion training at New Tribe Mis- and decorated with a SCh- Force visiting his Mr. Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
10)9 To H H/W of Buy J01, 8 from Bradford County Hospital, sions and are on their way to ol bell. A large silver tray parents Clarence Melton. Both
11 Dg W Alone II 11/.. Of n *t 1 n" t**_. the field in South America. was given to Mrs. Paul from and Mrs. Francis Meng and girls
to learn that. Mrs. were two old.
Ana4 !- but we regret family. He hopes to catch a years
.. the PTA, presented by Paul
rial Oil Susie Dobbs Is still a patientin flight out of Jacksonville NAS

J.JO-A--Co at. SB Oor Of NWj of *.. the Gainesville Medical Cen- INSTALLATION SERVICE Meng. Kl'A president. Musclal this weekend to return to his At Hampton Baptist Church
v )M* POT roa. .100', ii n
Dod"IoI'. 100'. all LAP N ter and not getting along: so numbers by Nancy Lott Joy base in California. baptism at Midlake Sunday
111 To roB n 6 22 ,,_ afternoon Rev. Melvin Hamel
an. 0 Lamar Priest and Dean Saxon Jan Searle and Alecla Mrs. K. B. Watterson ,
_.. well.Mr. and
CIa 1'."? and Mrs. David Browning, Traylor were Installed as sub- McClellan were included In the Mrs. C. L. Cooper of Starke baptized Valerie Jones Jo Williamson -
258 1 lot 100 n Sq In SB Cor of StudentsTo Ruth Paladino Tom
of Palatka visited their parents district officers In the United program. attended ,
Bit 1 N of B 1 K 'I'.p S/D 11' 22 :0"1'7" Crawford 2.75 the dedication of New Paladin
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browning, Methodist Youth Fellowship on Prospect Church In Old Town. Stanley Jones, Jerry
l4D4' -A--LN 3W of tot 3 Bl* 21 SURPRISE PARTY Brown, Donnie Keys Sandra Alvarez -
'' Sunday. Monday, May 19. The instal- This
"" 'lIh"'. I/DN 18 Daa 25* was Mrs. Cooper's home
S 72 Doll B 'To 9 Lin of. MO Mrs. Freddy Gaskins and daughters lation services were held by Elaine Voungblood and Buck church. Debbie Hardy Buddy

21 r To POP 5-377 A O Colts s.7) Hear of Bayle&s Highway and Rev. Don Denton in the Plea- Matthews were guests of honorat Mr. and Mrs. Don Pearson Hardy and Patsy Keys.

2527--Lot } of Blk 20 In N lone SO allf P Wllltaa. 3 ..nWllli grandmother Mrs. Ollie Hod- sant Grove United Methodist a surprise birthday party at

81.1 In Oaha.an ges, of Lake Butler visited Church just west of Lake City.
15'ItO otrwf {. .,"'... J. 7.)s. friends here Monday. Lamar Priest is the sub-dis-

2J5J--Lot S. 22 of Ilk 1 In War VetVietnam Oad Dobbs visited ,his granddaughter tricts new Christian Fellowship Business
Bo chairman and Dean GAINESVILLE DirectoryAir
5/D tart L. 11.2 veteran First Lieu- Glenda Whitehead in chairman of Christian Traylor Citizenship is

255<'t"Lat 6 of Blk 1 In Oohagm SD Alachua General Hospital and -
t* B/W Bob.rt .... XI3L tenant James L. Wettengel, will Others from Lawtey attending -
ibis sister-in-law Mrs.
address the fourth and fifth the
2567 Lot J of Blk 2 In Oah.gan SD .TlLinon! 2.15 were: Mrs.
Dobbs. in tine Gainesville Medical
grades of Southside Elementary Mildred Priest Mrs. Dot Denton Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES

2S82--tot. '','S of Blk 2 In OahaaM School, at 2:00: p.m on Memorial '. Center Sunday afternoon.Mr. Elaine Wainwright Sherrie Equipment
b..11 Taylor 10.a
.g ? Day, Friday May. 30. and (Mrs. Theodore- Ros- and Debbie Napier. Deb- Air Conditioning- MUSTANG

2593--Lot 20 of Bile 3 In 0hgan SD !..*. t enr.T3': During his tour In Vietnam, ier had as Saturday guests bie Scott Debbie. and Ricky Heating By Santa Fe Tractor

2611--I* II' Miof Lt. Wettengel was assigned to :Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison Jr. Starling Chuck Norton and Nor General Electric Mobile Homes, In c.RUls's .
51M 115 of5t3 912 FORD
B of the 1st Air Cavalry Division and son of Gainesville, and Mr.
Blk 1 N of R 2 B .P NU* of Blk man Traylor. Metal Inc. Farm Tractors It Implements
1 3 of In where he served as a rifle platoon and Mra. A. R. OEUckerson of Sheet Gainesville' Discount Mobil
El Fur 03011: ) JPl"D .22 6 it TST; 3 Ann..-...... u.u leader and Battalion Adjut Lake Butler. W.S.C.S. met on Tuesdv availing Gainesville -2529( N E. 18th Ter USED EQUIPMENT Home Sales Lot.

2612-A--D-H 25" B 160't N 72 Doll ant. He earned the Silver Star, Mrs. Myrtle Sapp and children of last week at the church Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE NEW MOON CAPELLA

M 65* S 17 Dog 25* 10 3.0 M the nation's third highest decor- and Mrs. Lessie. Barnett with the 'prIHtJ 'li. Mrs.!! George GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOODLow
160' FOB Com at Int of Coin -
Roberts presiding. MIso Snz.i, SALES
Lino of a/" of RR Lin ation for combat valor; the and granddaughter visited Mr. AUTO Monthly Payment.
or Hkt Rd 3 72 Dg B on IdSle.8 Blanchard led the Devotionaland
B 30', Bronze Star Medal for valor and Mrs. Cohen Barnett in Johnson & Paris Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346
DPN15s 3 312.5. Mrs. Duck presented the BRASINGTON ,
S 72 ? FOBCont and again for meritorious service Lakeland Sunday.
.III' 22: 6 II'" TnMior. Korrl 8.21
S 72 < 65. K 17 program.

2629--eo* *t 3V Cor of NWj of SlIt I South Vietnamese Gallantry and son are visiting relatives CHURCH SALES 'A SERVICE Insecticide Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
Mm B 1060 n, N 1060< n forPOI. ACTIVITIES .
B 50 Ft. N 200 Ft, N Cross. :In Jacksonville.: Fine Selection of Used C... BMW
JO Ft, 3 200 Ft To FOBCoo 22: 6 22 L.ulna ".*.. 22.09 The program is being sponsored Taken On Cadillac Trades YAMAHA

..2d))-- *e SW Cor of NWj of SWtB ''by the local Veterans of concerning the work back- Grace United Methodist'! : : 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-S301 We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' -4 ....d

866 N 30', 1100' For FOB Foreign Wars Post,8058, via way ground and goals of the men Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Wor- 224 N.W. 8th Pb. S7S-W76 t,;:;.., UV >C a
N 100'. I '15' 3 100'. H 75* he was associated with while ship 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., M.Y.F. CRANE
Sales Parts
To FOB Lying N of Co Sr Bd 21' 22 O J H.U... 210.101 of The Army's "National Speak. and choir practice Wednesday; -
Program. Lt. serving as a rifle platoon lead MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378-2811 ,
ers Wettengelwill
"...A_ ... 200 N of SB Cor of 7 p.m. -
N* of Ntf} of Sr}, N 200' VOn be introduced by Jr. Vice er.Combat First Baptist: Sunday School Authorized Sales '* Service FOR MOTHERS-TO-BE
C"11S0'. 1 '00'. B 150* operations will be described i MUSICBALDWIN
To. Bag 22 6 22 Ktl Norm 3.95 Commander, Ralph Bryan who as to their 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and 2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 A FULL LINE OF
arranged for the program, upon mission( and 7:30 Training Union 6
269--Lot 12 of Blk 1 In Nat 1111.llaa methods used. p.m. Crane Imports Lingerie Dresses Slacks
!request of fifth grade teacher, Midweek Service
3D Bx 9) 7p.m.
'U1.; AU..... 1.97 Mrs. Jean Harrell.He The speaker will elaborate on Wednesday Volvo MG Triumph. Tops :Bermudas Bathing. Suits

8652-tot. .9 of P1V 1 of Nat has been assigned to Fort the vast Improvements made in Church of God School 606 E. University PIANOS ORGANS
11.* 3D ......... smo. Sunday EXPECTANTLYYOURS
Corp 2 II.810 Rucher, Alabama since his return the effectiveness of the South 10 a.m., Wor. lp 11 a.m. and Phone 372-4251 CMOKI OP THI ARTISTS'

116'--i.ot 10 of Ilk 1 In Nat Viiit. to the United States In De- Vietnamese while he was In 7:30 p.m., Y, P. E. Wednesday. INC. 4iP

_. 3D .*.... **... 11.10. cember, 1968 and resides with Vietnam. 7:30: p.m.Highland. Barkley Motors Inc. hcXVS MUSICco.TOYOTA .

2659-.Lot 6 of Bile 2 Nat Will!**,. his wife In Ozark Alabama.Lt. Factors which effect the mor- Baptist: Sunday School 7M W. University Opp. 8.F.J.C.

8D Lottl ... B7nold Wettengel was born In ale of Americans will be discussed 9:45 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and G'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372-5353

Cot l It.1192670oLo' June 1944 in {Milwaukee, Wis with emphasis on the 7: 30 p.m., Choir practice 6:30: Mechanical] CONTRACTOR

26 of Blk 2 In Nat Wll- consin. He graduated from handling of mall and the Rest p.m., Prayer meeting 7: 30 4 wheel drive I and oars
llu. 9D .,.' tanno5 Sales Parts Service MOVERSClean
LaO '.1..2.a. and Recuperation -
Florida State University In 1966 program. Wednesday p.m.
267li-Coa at 3U Cor of NWt of Slit with a Bachelor degree in Psy The presentation! will conclude The young people of the Church Used Toyotas K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc.Thompson's .
Bun B 710 n To FOB, N 300', 1700 N Main 376-1266 Long Distance D"I D,
150*, 3 )DON 50* To FOB 22 6 22 Luvatia Ja*.. )).1t1 chology. with a description of the abilities attended the Revival at First .
t22- The lieutenant's presentationwill and attitude of the Amer. Grace Baptist Church In Bald- Refrigeration Storage Packing
2672--COB kt SW Or of HWj of SlIt
ican Service Crating shipping
Sim B 51O FC For FOB, N 200 commence with a brief fighting man In South win last week. Rev. Ballew Beauty Academy
B 50', S 200, W 50* To FOB 6 22 Lot l 4 I. lijnold geographic and topgraphic description Vietnam.A was the speaker. Heating Air Conditioning Free Estimate CallPOWELL'S

Bat 13.6C of South Vietnam. question and answer period The chicken barbecue dinner Repair on White Appliances HILL'SVan

2679--Co. ." SW Cor of Rut of Wfc It will Include W fil follow] the presentation. held by the Methodist Men Sat- Industrial Combustion Service
I\m I MO, N 2JO', B 50' For a discussion
fOB N 200, B. 50'. t 200, .H urday evening at the recreation Beauty Academy Boiler Room Sale & Service Service Inc.

50' To POP, II' 22 O.rlde.ith 3.95 (Ibuilding was a pleasant affair. 3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville ,
Everyone enjoyed! the meal and Learn a Profession In Your 3540 N.E. Waldo ftd. G'vUl
26eo B..K kt sw COT of Bwi of 9i A Telephone 372-2162
Bun B Alona i 3a Lin. 560* .'n.L H visiting.{ Spare Time. Full or Part Time 372-4271
For.ro*. N 200', B 50' a 200 :: 'Anoint of 219 N.W. 10th 378-2766
To t >ao Lin W Along 1 S'aLlna z. e. I... Top"> M. 0 nr and 1' Cot. Homemakers club met at the !MEN'S WEAR PAINT GLASS
50' To FOB 3357--1 Lot on W Side of Walnut. home of Mr. and Mrs. Gone
22 6 22 miolr T taunan u.88 at l.e..an 51*. A a D In ELECTRIC MOTORS
Jl J Jon. Add 4 N *O* of Pearson on Thursday for their
2661--Con. "60' I.* ')0' N of 8W Cop Lot 1 .a All Lot 2. 4 N 15* regular annual cookout. Mr. STAG 'N DRAG LIDDELLPAINT&GLASS
of NWJ of 3WJ A. FOB Than Bin of Lot 8 ilk D N J Jon.. ELECTRIC
B JO', N 200', W 50', a 200' Add l'X; Pearson: was chef for the occasion CO.
Orn >
'To Jr. .9& Griffin Salts
FOB 22 6 22 Jo. B.mon 23.0 and
the chicken
3O8--w so' *r Lot 8 8 w 56' of was Motor Repair Co. Arrow Shirt Florahelm Shoe .
270*--Con At NJ Cur of Sui of 8"* a Nt of Lot 9 of Blk 19 lo served with all the other meal Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors -
Hun t 610', 3 110' For POP, Tempi. Add 11..1'.. Ball items Of Gainesville, Inc. Formal Rental Tub Enclosures Shower Door
26.90 brought by members and
Bun u '0'. S 100', B 50*, N
100' To FOB 22 6 22 14j! HartLr )," )6"0-!Lot 'kdZY;': C 23* was much enjoyed! Repairing Rewinding Ladles Sportswear Furniture Tope Windows _
7 Ex of B1M19 Mrs Pearson her New 270&--Coia At NB Cor of SWj of svt In T..pl.. Add gave
Run 60 u 87* N* .Far FOB 8 232.8'. .Aactin..rot Ball 4 Har- ".2) resignation as secretary for 2816 N. W. 16th Fb. 372-8118 and GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. 973-811
SIP 230.C6. B T*
FOb 22 6 22 Wilbur toral 28eoIns1 the club due to her new posi-
370"--Lot 8 and That Port of tion as Secretary of the Cham-
Lot In SI Or of B) of HI} Lot 7 Blk 2 Duo Flat Bk
of swt Ling 100' H S By 2 of FR 1U 110.001 67 ber of Commerce In Starke.
30* I a W 22 < 22 Hid scat Boa. 313 Bx Lot; Dn OB 67306 Mrs. D. A. Jones was appointedto
1=0 3..IJ of DoMlng S/D Ralph A 1.1-
the office. Present at this
2733--B.S At MB Cor of a} of'aw' ( !*(". Jr 19.113 meeting were Mm. J. H. Faul-
of Net of swt Hun w 188. 3727--W 85' of Lot. ZIo of elk
161.15*, 518).73', B 1 In J 0 ill".roo Add .,HillJ ,.,. ...-p--i kner, Mrs. Harry P. Faulkner
159.87' To FOB 22 6 22 Aunt*. Bro n *..72Cainn
3769--Lot. :3, ,. 7 or Blk 37 Mrs. T. V. Duck Mrs.D. l
1892-D.-Lot 6 of La Floraat 8O J In J M Join Adi
? il Boup 135.22 .
Mrs R. E, Lee, Mrs. J, H.
2922__it or NWJ or ait, of nit !sc 3793-*--Lot 12 of Blk ) In City
McFarland Mis Mirtha Sue
N 105 28 6 22 5 hr.*.... Bay Fark SID _..4 ad.., )*..*. ,
ally 21.109 McCain; county agent and three
3822-A--Coa at SU Cor of Nit of
2928--1 Lot Balng 122.5 N a aBr SS} of NEJ N 270' 'Yor FOB guests, Mrs. Tom Tatum Jr., FEED-HANDLING TIP:
SO* Saw Lying a Paine N 50' B 120 S }0' M 120 and Robin and Mrs. Vernon
In NI Cor or wof NWi, ofSS To FOB 29 6 22 stairOMif4.24.60.
Nichols of Starke.
of ME) 18 6 22295l Kadi Wlllln.
IA II.O' 36A--A-B.g 15' w a 11*' N of Mrs. E. B. Wells attendedthe
as Cor of wj of Nit of SIt pushinga
"-Lnt 5 A NA of lot 8 of BlkB of Nit. N 60', W 100', B wedding of her great niece

In Standing so Mtrlp 60* B 100' To II.. 29 6 12 1bj4i. 0 Thou '."9djkn Linnle Gilchrist to William

611.21t ;BS)--** of Let. l'1.IS'or .*. Fretwell In Savannah, Ga. on
W5--COO on I Sid of Chu st: A 2 In B N Dowllns Add B II..11.,' 9.70 Friday May: 16. button
ant of N Lin of NWt of at -
f t A Bun S 50'. E '10', N 50', M 3909--lot 8/Ot Slit 2 In a...".. Mr. and Mrs. Je'sie Star-
10' To FOB 28 i 22 ,,_.. L..l. 5.10 Crt -m,... T. a303- ling of Bartow and Mr. and <

'2999--Lot 10 of Blk 2 of Domini! J9)50'. Blk t in Ftnanurat Mrs. John Starling of Eaton .
Party SD 0 l.rny Bit }.52_ S/D J I Wall Jr 10.19AI060Lo' Park were visiting Mra. H.C. beats

3005--lot 7 A N* of lot 6 of Ilk 57 In Farknood S/D Ft rat Nat'l Wainwright during the weekend. _
1 A Lota 1.',), ot Blk 3 In -CltrThoa. '' 7001" Mrs. Raymond Bryan and Mrs
Dofllng) Pork SO 28 6 22 A B Jomm' 29.22 Iol01--lIee At In tor of a i/w I
Lin. of Lo'.'.... 9% With Ronald Williams were visiting
3125--Lot 8 of Ilk 25 In Drip B 8/.. Lin of w....*orlndat Miss Louise Jernigan In pushing
Tom or stark -, ''t'"QIII'Ir1) Bun S 100' to FOB ThanP
... 11.8 100 i' M Cant Gainesville. Miss Jernigan Is I
: '
1tP iOO _
B ,. .w
Ft W To 29 ) F CIa *
31l--Coa At NB Cor or N J Jon.. ton--Com at NS Cor or 3wt Bun "' SJ.11 the fiance of Mrs. Bryans son,
AH .171)011) .42' W in For W 630' For A POP. Run" 8 Ked Bryan.Mr. a shovel! !
POP. N 72 D.P 37*. W 179.13* 390 To It Id 100 Than W and Mrs. Ralph Wise
S 17 08 <*2* W 96.22. S 72 Along 1/" To i Sao I.'''. N
Bag 31 B 178.'"5 N 17 >.. To t Sao Ltn..i To. FOB Sx and family spent the weekendIn
>>*'* }\0. . Tannar a.)) Opp, Ala. with his familyand

O* m Corp 80.89 4119-.Com 360 w of as or of sa attended the annual Wise
29 *. Run M 288' for A FOB
)227--Coi> at NW Cor of Call Bay Then Run N "7.' W )60' S family reunion.
Its'PO":' N 216.SS', W 112t <<78' B 360 To FOB 29 6 22 .bIort A Marian Visiting Mr. and Mrs. JamesR.
Far Run N 9*.
)1'. Wly
135.77, Sly 78', ny 155- :, Banning 26.18 Norman on Sunday were
To FOB 28 6 21 W. i Kutfrtlll '10.Z1 M"0- --Co. NW Cor of swfc of SB*, Mrs. Norman's aunts, Mrs.Edna -

3298- lot 1." err Blk-5 In L T 0 S 229=lne For In FOI H Fort 3 150'of, err\3e' Harvey and Mrs.Bid Knowlesof .

Co* S/D B/" .aa. _11.._ '.M of.o'i 29 6 22 ".*. w Tho.aa ".11 Seville and her sister Mrs. .

3JOO--811C 6 In t T 4 Co. 8/0 tx '166--.1,. 2.ot'. f of NW Cor of Esther Peterson and daughter
1/" Iii I 75* of tot 1 as 5,84 Ui o3I Bun 3 on BB/W of S*. Cheri of Vero Beach.
180'. B 9.. 0"', H 13 .8*'
J320--lot 3,1. of Blk 13 In t T Ltn if II* of Linda and Kay Nolan of Jack-
a Co f S/D Natta Dust 8.15 M'On Lin 92.64' To SOP' 29 6 22 0 If Do"' X4.97 sonville spent the weekend with /

3321.Co.: : t.of Blk 15 1n L t / "279-...wt of NWt or Jit Bx Far her grandparams Mr and Mrs.T. .
N*'.. HatMi .1) Sold Bx Lot D.*o 01 Bk. V. Duck. .
20 F* 509 Bx RIM A- Bxfar
)7)5Lot'1 A 2 of 11 II9 In Dao OR Bk 23 281 32 6 21 H*. Miss Phylls Martin, teaching
Co. SID Bx Wf Ia Ha* ..._ hotorta. .18 missionary to Ecuador will be

00' Ba ...30I 1'19-1'--1 Lot Da 01 23 .0 281 32 622 11. ""'''''.n *.84 visiting her mother Mrs.Wal- Nobody enjoys the dreary hours of man-handling feed.
3)1011--W or Lot 2 of Ilk 27 ter Martin and other relativesin
in L T A Co. SID ** N.. ...nan. 42970as NW Car .f Nit of BWtof the vicinity for about two And nowadays, with low-cost electric power readyto
a.t -8SOla SBt 8 210* FOB. ADO. B
)$1--Lot 2 or Blk 31 in I T 160. N 100. V 1bo' FOB, months. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney do the chore for you there's no reason to

A Co. 1/D I** Tarsal Ale Coo FOB BB B CoP of _Wr...WPP'dry Hansen joined them and they waste all this time and work. Automatic electric

w AX t.t5 200. S Y708'DToe XIr attended the Murray Hill Missionary -
10.61', P 6 l2aCw feed-handling equipment mixes feed accurately
3378-B--Lot* 1 A 2 *f Blk 100 la fo :1' llti'U' Alliance Church In Jacksonville ,
L T A Co* OlD Oiart. aaaJl It.JS IIIL Oy Xo FOB San of F 1 and visited Mr. and controls the flow, moves the mix to each stanchionor

I3J79 tot* 3.0 of Blk *O In I tA wtU __. ...U Mrs. Ken Martin and familyand feed bunk, and shuts itself off. Sign on

Cal S/D llllj"....-t Lamia Barbs. *." ..298-...St of MW) of Slj Bx Far all Mrs. L. S. Williams. They Reddy Kilowatt when it comes to feed handling;
enjoyed the Martin family
Sold Bx Byw A BX Far Oar
)86-01.0't 3 A 8/0 0 .f 1111 *3 .f L OB Bk 22 Fg )e6 38 6 22 Oran reunion. he's the most efficient most economical handyou've
A Co. PI8s
s ian Ball .ot '?. JJfh a.58
t. "
Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Din- ever hired I
3851-t4Iofnl851.Lt, "308-Co* at BB Cop *f BWi ., at kins are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
.. Il... K.'5, aw aio Far A FOB Than
Bus a-405 V 31O', B 105, a .. P. L. DLnklns and Mr. and Mrs. Ask your equipment dealer or consult us.
I 3)002) Lot Co*:tip Blk OS la t TA 210' T. FOB J6. 6ltJ DDWd.. 01. Carl Carter this week.
..n. VlllI_. '.,) 11.68 Mtt.

..391--W 300 of .tor... ., BBtBx =RtJnot \
>M,.-*t or Lt i .f n.k 10 A B/W Bx far Ia BW Cor 1 1
B 20* of WT .f Lot 8 Pit 1..50' 80. ) t M I L bm> 7.51 IF
10 L T A Co. Add WE JJONT HAVE IT ..
.y7rr .'L'ar. .
1a we'll get It for you. OHV /'' >. tuna naior. '

a SnppUe! *, Furniture, Kawtp-
",* -..*, O A a 15' .f Lot 5 S-I s 5/lh., meat
1-1 .... Bradford countyTelegr.p8
SakI81LfAOM4P farirn*
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May 29, 1969

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I 1 Clay County Plans Free Cancer Test

.HEIGHTS Free Pap tests for uterine Pap tests, two free films tors Inlet; Mrs. Faye En takes a uterine sampling

cancer will be given to women will be shown from 10 a.m. gland. Clay Hill; Mrs. JohnW. quickly and without pain, according .
to noon. June Z and 3 In Robinson. Middteburgj to the American Can-

---:-.- ---- _ _ _-.... -_- -_- _ from 9 a.m. to noon, June Green Cove Springs' Clay Mrs. W. W. McLain Sr., Or. cer Society,
2 and 4, at the Clay County Theatre. Dr. W. Raleigh ange Park or Mrs. Ralph
High School Health Department in Green Thompson Jr. will answer Barker, Keystone Heights. Over 13,000 women will die "

Keystone HHitesPleane Cove Springs.The in 1969 of cancer of the uterus -
questions women have Women who have not had a .
NEWS NOTESBy Gardeners Meet
tests are being sponsored about cancer following the Pap test in the last 12 and about 44,000 new cases -

by the Clay County films on detection of uterine months, have been urged to of uterine cancer will he
Helen E*.a School Gardeners
Phone Thirty-eight High Medical Society, the Clay and breast cancer.Appointments make appointments for the diagnosed this year. The
in .
Your Items and,
473414XWOMANS met Tuesday. May 13. County Health Departmentand free test. American Cancer Society reports .

11'1' heard an interesting talk on the Clay County Chapterof may be made that due to early detec.
01 COMMUNITY CHURCH birds, given by Mrs.\ Fremont the American Cancer So for the Pap tests by calling THE PAP test is based on tion through the Pap test, the
the importance the study of cast-off cells U.S. death rate from uterine
GOLF ASSOCIATIONThe ; th Center in Green Cove Springs The Annual Spring Luncheon Tolles. She ciety.In. Mrs. Leroy Jackson, Green
which shed
of protecting birds in are normally by cancer is less than half of the
regular business: and from 9:30: to 11 a.m. For the of the Church Women was held ..the eagle's conjunction with the Cove; Mrs. Keith Huber, Doc- living tissue. The physician rate of 20 years ago.
luncheon meeting of Th3 Wo women who want to take advantage in the educational building of Florida, such as _

man's Golf Association cf the "' of this most important the Church with Mrs. William nest which is located near Key-

Keystone Gilt and Country Club event please call Mrs. Barker Beam, Sr. and assistant Mrs. stone Heights.

will be held at ttis clubhouseon 473-3112 for a reservation. There Bert Christoffers as chairman, Mra.! J. M. Wrinkle was in Officers InstalledBy Services Held
of t the meeting.The One Man Drowns Two Others p
Thursday June 5. will also be a showing: .of film for the executive Committee. charge >

Following the luncheon the on Cancer, for women only, on Spring flowers were in abund- flower arranging classof Garden Club For Mr. Clarke, ,

newly elected officers will be June 2 and 3, from 10 to 12 ance. While on the lovely the High School Gardenerswas
The Lakes Drowning Victim
installed: President Mrs. Lois noon, at thu Clay Theater in piano was a large arrangementof held April 22 under the Near Death On Beach OutingWhat
daisies direction of Mrs. Rita Walker
Walker; Vice Pres. Mrs Fran Green Cove Springs. There will! Easter Lilies Shasta and Officers! for the coming club Funeral services were held
colorful spring posies. Theguest's Mrs. C. E. Mitchell,
Chessington Secretary Mrs. and
; be a doctor there to answer any installed at the an- at 10:30
were : a.m. Thursday in Jones
Mrs.L. \year came to
witha Judges were Park-of-the-Palms
Hacker table was centered Mrs. started out 15
Grace ; Treasurer Mrs. question! after the showing All meeting of the Memorial as an all-day
. Louise Gallop. jar of snapdragons, and fromit C. Stripling, Mrs. Sam Gardner nual luncheon Chapel Keystone outing for a group of residents months ago from Niagara Falls,
women are urged to
see Lakes ''at
the for
Club of Heights Archibald
Garden Clarke.
KEYSTONE; GOLF educational were streamers and small and Mrs. L. E. Harris. .of Park-of-the-Palms. near Key N. Y., got into water over his
and enlighteningfilm. 12:30: p.m. Thursday, May 22, 67 of Park-of-The-Palms who head
The Spring dance of the Key- nosegays of a lavender blossom. Fresh flower ,arrangementswere Woman's stone Heights, ended in tragedy and his wife Joan attempting

stone Golf and Ccuntry Club There is no ,admission to view The long tables were centered made Friday. April 23, in Keystone Heights accidentally at drowned Monday with the drowning of one man, to rescue him. was
morning Crescent Beach
was held Saturday May 24, .at the film. with streams of greenery and with Martha Mizell Kim Bonner, Club. near and the near-drowning of his also caught in the roush: seas.
blue stoke St.
and Augustine.
the Woman's Club of Keystone CANCER nestled in the leaves were yellow Jo Ann Benson Debbie Cromer, Yellow gladioli wife l and another member of the A third mpmber of the party,
Heights. DONATIONS LAR. and russet lemon lilies.! The Priscilla! Dodd. .Lynn Henderson alas were arranged for the cen- Mr. Clarke was born August party at Crescent Beach Maurice Anderson. na/ managed
GESr EVER FOR KEYSTONE table while yellow day liliea.! 28. 1902 in Sheffield! England. near to
ter Ret Mrs. Anderson
members new officers and Dr. and Mrs. Vicki Bird and Lynn Morgan St. Augustine. back to
175 and
attended .
guests as of Sat., May 24, this years 'Were combined with .greenery and was a retired auto parts shallow water. but
and danced to the music Drive totals $1,251.36. Albert Holt were seated at the participating. for a center line arrangementon salesman. He and his wife came The group of eight had Just sed from exertion then collap-

of "The Four Clubs", one of Mrs. Ralph P. Barker wishesto head table. Dr. Holt expressedhis the other tables. Small 'potted to Park-of-The-Palms 15 monthsago arrived at the beach. unpackeda be ho.pitali/ed and and had to
Jacksony le's best. dance combos extend her love for the Church Women picnic lunch, and decided to placed un
'heart-felt thanks ,begonias were given as fa- from Niagara Falls, N. Y. der oxygen for a brief
who have been so faithful as take a dip In the surf before period.
to all the wonderful ...volunteerswho Survivors include his wife, Clarke
Ray Farrls chairman of the made the Keystone Heights well as fruitful in their services.He Mrs. Agnes Bishop, vors.Officers! Installed at this time Jean M. Clarke; two daughters eating arrival was at pronounced Flagler deadon !

social committee wishes to Cancer Crusade< a big success then pronounced Grace. Prominent Music were' : Mrs. William! Warren; Mrs. Mildred Graham River Archibald Clarke 67, who In St. Augustine. Hospital

thank everyone who helped make and to the kind people who generously Mrs. Holt gave the Devotionals" president; Mrs. Ralph Barker, Vale. N. J.. and Mrs. Ruth Col-
the occasion successful, donated to this great and took as her theme "Love. Teacher, Dies HereMrs. first vice president; Mrs. Albert letta Hillsdale.! N. J., one son, PI" S tSflflfl.flINDIAN

He also thanked the committee cause, Two memorials were given She closed her message witha Agnes Green Bishop, 8(), Quagliano! second vice presi- Donald A. Clarke, Niagara

Mr. & Mrs. James Zawarkaand : .one from Al Lagasse and quote from her minister"The Most son of Jacksonville died Thursday, dent; Mrs. Leon Wagner, secre- Falls N. Y.; a sister Mrs. BEACHLake My Neighbors

Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox. one from Herb Nelson. Dr. David Holt May 22, while visiting her son tary; and Mrs. Kelly Greeson Dora Rlmnrter. of England; _
Christlike Grace is Forgiveness. ..........
KEYSTONE: HIGH Eugene Bishop, in Keystone treasurer. Mrs. Mark Williamson and six grandchildren I AT 'T I Inl

Election of new slate of of- HERE AND THERE Heights.She of Orange Park, served as Officiating at the Thursday ( Santa Fe)

ficers of the Student Council of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roehlof Mrs. Roy Turknett president, was born on July 11, 1889 Installing officer.Twentyfive morning services were Dan Byj Michael H. Chltty

Keystone Heights was held on Keystone Estates entertained announced that the new curtainsfor in Jacksonville, and was .one of members and Snaddon and Ernest Wood- Phone 479-1(12 -

Friday, May' 16 at the school. Sunday evening with a dinner the Church School need the co-fcunders .of the Jacksonville four guests attended this lunch- 'house. Interment was in Key ..n-nr rrrrs-r-s rrJ-s-tsfl 1

The 'new 'cfHoars: .;: lars: Lscra! party. some alternations before hang- College .of Music, which is eon meeting. Hostesses: were stone Heights Cemetery with

Triest President; Debra Hawes Their guests were Mr. and ing, and six ladies volunteered now Jacksonville University. She Mrs. Sam Gardner, Mrs. L. C. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Last Wednesday night, wo received -

Vice resident; Nancy Naples Mrs. Fred Castor and daughtersJane to assist the Sewing Chairman, in charge. a phone call telling us
joined the faculty of the Music Stripling, and. Mrs. J, A. Williams !-
secretary; Lynn Henderson and Claire. and Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Slocomb. .of Arts in Jacksonville in 1915, :. that one of Grandmother Cope-
treasurer. Mrs. Eberhard Schroeder and Progress can only be accomplished land's sisters, Elmer McLeodwas
retiring from her career as ladies from the
and many about
daughter Ute. In the compiling! and quite ill. Thursday,
Mr. Castor is the
I a music teacher in 1968. She was held at Elam! Baptist Church Church were present.JIOMEMAKERS Cricket Aunt
1ST.'ILLlAIS: NEWS Pastor of the University Luth- writing of the church Women'sorganization noon, my mother, ;
. organist at St. John's LutheranChurch June 16 through 20. Classes will! : CLUBA Clara Sullivan of Wllllston, and G<.....".:
and appeal was
The new officers of the Altai eran Church of Gainesville.! Dr. an
in Jacksonville! for 30 be held In the evening from 7:00: covered dish! luncheon was Grand mother Copeland headed
made for material anyone "I'm
[Society of St. Williams Church Schroeder has been teaching any really a postimpressionist
years. until! 9-00 Rev. Kermit held at the last meeting of the out for Boaz Ala.
it p.m. : p.m.
has in their possession that
'were Father !I"TPEWRlTEBS
installed by Rev. higher math at the Universityof
She was one of the foundersand Homemakers Club for thissea who does
Combs and Henry Williams will SInce. my mother
mass'on be sent to Mrs. Francis P.
Augustine Griffin at Florida for the past year. past president of the Friday be co-superintendents and Mrs. son. Meetings will resume in the all my calling Is gone; plus
Monday, May 19, at 9:30: am. Dr. and Mrs. Schroeder: and Egan. Mrs. Christoffers was Musical. past president of the the fact that I'm staying with : Manual or
Harvey Finn will! serve as pian
Father Griffin will! be leaving their year old daughter will be the first President, and the fall.There rent.
Jacksonville! Woman's Club. 1st. The faculty Is being planned.Mr. was a business meeting mv srrandnarents! Hubert and Electric. For sale or
Keystone Heights:& area early ir returning:; home to Hamburg, Church Women heard a portionof Florida Regent for the American and Mrs. Isaac Nixon and before the luncheon. Mrs. Ter- Palma Chltty; In Stakre, I'm Bradford County Telegraph.

July. He hopes it will be pos Germany on June 14. the first annual report read. Guild of Organists past three grandchildren of Micanopy esa Crawley handed in her resignation afraid I was unable to get any

sible to return to his mission Devotional Chairmen for each state president of the State Music president because news this week.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sapp
In Sierra Leone .on West coastof Miss Marion Fitzpatrick of Circle are: Mrs. Barkers' Circle Otis Melton
Teachers Association, anda afternoon. she plans to move during the Thursday night,
Africa.Fr. Norfolk, Va. is a guest of Mr. Mrs. Alex 'Malmgren: composer of piano and choral Sunday and I visited my aunt, Mildred The TelegraphFor
Miss Ginny Simmons will! arrive summer.
and Mrs. Harold Suttcn of Jas. Mrs. Beam. Sr. Circle, Mrs.
Griffin thanked the mem- music. Ed Stelneft was a spec- Copeland and her daughter,
Friday night for ft visit with :Mrs.
for mine Drive. Miss Fitzpatrick Bert Chris toffrs; Mrs. Smith'sCircle Luclle who is engagedto
bers of the Altar Society Besides her son .of Keystone her parents, Lt. Col. and Mrs.E. Sal guest of honor. Although she Mary ,
their and personal is Mrs. Sutton's sister. Mrs. William Walz: Mrs. be married. While there, Office Supplies
Heights, she Is survived by one active In the Club
R, S'mrr.ons. Ginny Is a student is no longer
kindness extended to him during Captain and Mrs. Robert A. Wilson Circle. Mrs. F. P. Egan: grandson. she Is of the original Char- we also visited her son and family Phone 964-6305
at Carson Newman Collegein
Kronier and two .sons have left Morning Circle Mrs.! Marshall Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy Moody
here. ,
stay Services were held tit 10 a.m. Jefferson City, Tenn. She ter Members .of the Club.
He also commended the members for Germany where Capt. Kro- Gallop and Mrs. L. C. Gayle; Monday in Giddens-Grlffith INTERLACIIEN HIGH HONOR and daughters, Brenda and Ton-

fcr the work accomplished mer will stay for a three year Nightingales, Mrs. Raleigh Zike, Southside Funeral! Home. Inter. will! spend her summer Chowenwah as a ROLL ANNOUNCEDThe da. Otis. Joyce Morgan and I
counselor at Camp ,
tour of ;) attended bIrth-
during the past year. duty and Rebeccas Mrs. Barry Wy- ment was in the family plot in Students of Interlachen a surprise
a Girl Scut camp near Green
William Walz is a patient at day party
The newly installed officersare man. Evergreen Cemetery, Jackson- Cove Springs. High School who made the Honor -
Bradford County Hospital. His At each Home Circle meeting Youngblood In Hampton, Satur-
: Mrs. Anthony Davis Pres- six weeks have
Mrs. HattIe McElveen of Sumter. Roll
many friends wish him a speedy: next September, the. devotional day night..
ident Mrs. Daniel Pater, Jr.
; arrived Saturday to been announced. .
S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
. Vice President; Mrs. Harold recovery. lesson as arranged by the week with her son-in- Students making all A's for
spend a Morgan and children Joyce,
ville.iiLiiii ;
Bert Aston and Mrs. Mae Pa Spiritual Life Chairman with
Sutton treasurer; Mrs. George ter are entertaining theirbro the Devotional Leaders will be law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. the six weeks were: 11th grade Dennis. Paul, and Terry, and
Schaeffer secretary. family Barbara Blount and Ga.
Gene Sapp Deese of Homerville. ,
ther John \Aston of Lyndhurst the service followed bya Sally
opening ,
There will! be "workshop"meeting Glenda
a Members;) of the Brownie Scout Blount; 9th Grade spent the weekend with my DIRECTORYRABY'S
N. J and nephew Frank D. Aston and social
business meeting
at the Parish Hall at Troop will enjoy day of picnic- Chamblee, Melissa Gano, Robin grandparents my father and I.
of Bloomfield; N, J. hour. By Joyce Rowe
9:30: a.m. until noon on Monday ing at Gold Head Branch near Shepherd. Rcberta Stenerlen! Saturday, we all spent the day
Jimmy Fox will! return this
June 2. - - --- and Tresha Turn -
r Keystone Sat., May 31. This Patti Teske. at Orange Lake 'fishing and
week frcm reserve duty please was Honor the Master Ma- ,,
All the women of the Parish will! be Their last meeting until er; 8th grade. Louise Helfrich picnicking.
invited to attenl ths monthly phone all items to him.A About the biggest thing to Salmon; 7th grade
are ious autO accident, at their and Patricia Weekend guests of !Mr. and SERVICE
summer workshops. home in Connecticut. happjn In Melrose last week Fall.Forms ware sent out with Brent Bertram, Janet Brock Mrs. D W. Carpenter were

The teenage religious' instruction vocal trio gave a parody on ANNOUNCEMENT Circle was the auction at the J. L. students last week to be filled in Glenda Collins and Donna Hayes. Gregg and Marke Reddish, Mrs. Complete Auto RepairsAir

'class of St. William's the song, Three Little Fishes the June 14th date for the Taste Price farm. Hundreds from Mel- for the summer school program Helen Walker, Charles Walker Conditioning Repairs

Church hosted a party for 26 Mrs. Jo Reed. Mrs. Matie Supper. rose and surrounding areas which will be held in June and Those students making A's and son of Jacksonville Mr. &: Automatic Transmission

teen-agers of St. Edward's Chur- Kingsbury and Mrs. Geraldlnn Auction tim is 6:30: -Place, gathered to see the place sold July. If you want your child to and B's were: 12th grade Terry Carpenter visited his sister Service

ch in Starke on Sunday. May 25. Jackson!! with Mrs. Betty Slkes MasonicIIalI.. for over 400000. Several cows attend this program be sure to Guthrie, Gene Oberman Mae Mrs. J. P. Middle ton In Lyles PHONE 473-4404

Activities included swimming, at the piano. The Money Fish, A social Hour and refresh and horses were also sold. fill! out the form and send it Reather O'Neal Dale Weghorst Memorial hospital In B rooksville Bedford
which carried a monetary gift Members of the Interlachen 11th grade, Little
water skiing, barbecue and dancing ments were enjoyed in the Ban- back and BIllie Whetnall; on Monday
was presented to Worshipful High School Booster club were Vanda Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Shawver have
on the pavillion.! quet Hall by Mr. and Mrs. Homer Members of the sixth grades Yvonne Baker.
CANCER: SOCIETY Master. Gilbert Reed, of Mel- Slkes. Mr. and Mrs. Hector on hand to furnish the food last week enjoyed a trip to In- Christine Brantley Janette Eu- returned after visiting relat- BEAUTY SHOP
Masonic Lodge No. 89. He crowd. They sold sand- Ros- ives and friends In Alderson, .
There will! be a free "Pap"smear rose Ownbey and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. for the terlachen Junior Senior High! banks. Christina Gaboardl.

test available to the women expressed the appreciation of Wilson. The next Chapter meet- wiches, barbecue hot dogs. School, where they were givena Jlyn Lee, Sue Steuerlein, Deby W. Va. KEYSTONEBEAUTY
all Masons for the generosity cokes and coffee. They earned Thacker and Well I'm afraid that this wrapsIt
.of Keystone Heights and ing will be on June 3 at wh'ch tour of the school. Most of Sutton, Dennis ,
and service always given with for their Booster Club up for another week. Witha SHOP
.surrounding area on Wednesday, time The Past Grand Matrons $460.00 them will attend Junior H'gh Curtis West.
June 4 at the Clay County Heal- grace by the Eastern Star and Patrons of the Chapter will fund, which they:! ue to help School there next year and this Grade 10: EdnaCarr; Dorothy little luck and help from a- EDITH JOHNSON Owner
will be back to
bove things nor
members.It athletic atInterlachen Billie ,
Chapter the program Jenkins
support chance to become James
them a Prlley Personal and Creative
be honored. gave Hair 6tyl-
mal. So, until next week, I'll
that Star High
was Junior-Senior Lynn
HOMEMAKERS: : : CLUB: acquainted with the school. Monroe, Brenda "May the good Lord bless Inc EveryForm of Beauty
DRAGLINE WORK member Matte Sargent was in Wilklson, say,
School. Carle
The Spring Closing! meeting The Christian Sturdivant, all!" 'l'uN.- at. 9-5: cloaed
BULLDOZINGEARTH Bradford Hospital; Mrs. Cecil of the Homemakers Club was Another big event last week Class of United Methodist Cathy Willis; 9th grade Peggy and keep you Monday,
". Neel's brother was' seriously 111 the 110th anniversary celebration Butts Diane
meeting ,
MOVING enjoyed by ten members at Pie was Church held their:! monthly Bradley, Janese

"' in Ocala Hospital: Sympathy Clay Electric Hall May 21. Mrs. at Eliam Baptist at the educational building Green Carolyn H'rren, Karen BUILDING MATERIAL

: CALL was extended to Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Payton and Mrs. Mar- Church. Hundreds gathered! to Wednesday. Mrs. Ralph Griffin Kline Shirley Martin, and Dee class, currently has approxImately HARDWARE

. Big Chief HeavyCOnstruction Johnny Kingsbury in the loss of guerite Quagl'nan had attended ,hear Rev. Rawls. who was the gave the devotional and Mrs. Holsapple. $125.00 In their treasury,

his brother recently. Mrs. Williams the Leader Training Meeting minister from 1913 to 1917 and John A. Ross presided. Hostesses Grade 8: Flora Bell MargaretBlount and are now contacting station- BROOKLYN

.Inc. winter visitor In Melrose earlier in the month at Is the oldest living minister of were Mrs. Robert Evans and Sonja FuHer Maria ery companies in order to have

wrote a letter of thanks for the which time demonstrations and the Church. Many gathered from Mrs. J. T. Green. Mathe, Emory Perry Wendy seal designed to thespecifi! SUPPLY HOUSE

Palatka 325-7476 cards and letters they had received preparation of Seafood were surrounding areas who had Members;) of the MYF have Teske, and Lvnda Tessmr; cations. They will present a replica Lumber Plywood Builder's

on hearing of their ser- given. been members) of the church, at been busy working on the edu- Grade 7: Chris Courtney San at graduation and dedicatethe Hardware > Roofing Sheetrock -

This being the month's program one tim Also present were Mr. cational building. They have dra Finn, Beverley Ford Char- actual seal at Homecomingof Paneling Faints Insulation
and Mrs Stevens of Waldo who Elaine Rid- Tools Electrical A PlumbingSupplies.
; following the bus'ness' painted the main assemblyroom lotte Fried and next year.Interlachen.

. Marching Forward meeting seafoods were prepared had been married by Rev. and placed light fixtureson aught. scored one pointin .

in which" were the main! Rawls. the lights and plan to put I INTERLACHEN: SCHOOL the recent state track meet. Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886

course of the covered dish Thanks to Jones Funeral base around the walls. NEWS This Is not bad considering

luncheon. Mrs. Payton prepared Home who donated covered DUPLICATE BRIDGE The big news last week was there were only five men on the CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR

from the recipe given at the canopies and the covered walk Winners last week at the Du- he; election of a presdent! .of team and the track field at the

Training' Meeting, "Heavenly ways provided protection, from plicate Bridge Club were: Mrs he 'Student Council for next .school is not yet finished. The

Fillets" and Mrs. Quaglino the rain as everyone enjoyed a Roland Bryan and Mrs J. P. rear. Dennis Thacker won out point came when Jerry Teske CONCRETE PRODUCTS

... I prepared "Opulent Oysters." Aprlnt'd time of fellowship reminiscence. Vose, 1st place; Mrs. Ray Becker placed sixth in the pole vault CALL OR SEEEdward's
Bible School will be of a field of three Juniors. The
Vacation 2nd
and Mrs. Phil Kromer when he cleared 11 fset.
copy of the several sea-
and Building
others Jerry Teske
food recipes was distributed.Mrs. place; Mrs. Mary Cook and,Mrs. were Spring fcotball practice be-
Steurlein. Dennis is the son
Payton, Clay County son's Night, at the Eastern Star F. T. Hague 3rd place; :Mrs. jf Sue Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Thacker gan last week, and the team Supply, Inc.

Treasurer, announced the' Chapter meeting May :-20 in The Paley Boyd and Mrs. Gay LivIngston 3f Intcrlachen and attended Pa- hopes for a better season next 726 S. MAIN 372-4844
will! be
4th place. Next year jhere
Health ard Sa'ety Conferenceat year. Gainesville Florida
Masonic Temple. Worthy Ma. latka High School last year. for the
Gainesville! fr: July 7, and a Junior Varsity Squad
tron Grace Keeth extended a BRIDAL SHOWERS The seniors were given the in Junior
for boys
volunteer members were enlist. welcome to the members and Miss Janice! Wodey was hon- red carpet treatment last week first time Herring will be NURSERY
- ed to attend. Camp McQuarrie visitors. Following the formal ored with a bridal shower at the when they visited St. Johns River High. team and

four day meeting: will be heldon business se sUm of the Chapter United Methodist Church educational Junior College in Palaka. coaching Whitaker the Varsity will! coach the O.C. Carnes Nursery
July 36. Two members, Mrs. Mr.
the Chapter was closed and building Friday They were met by guides in the

Quagllano and Mrs. lion, planto non-Star Masons were Invited Forty guests enjoyed several parking lot and given a two Junior Varsity.appreciation were Thousands of plants

attend a one day se3sion. into the Chapter room. Again a games after which the guest of hour tour of the college including Gifts of Whitaker and Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

President, Mrs. Hazel Davis' formal greeting was extended to honor opned her gifts. Mrs. the liberal arts building presented to Mr. Evergreens
unab' to attend as her (Mrs. Wilson, Junior Class spon-
was the visiting Masons and their Frank Frances was in chargeof now under construction. They Saturday Azaleas
at the Prom Camellias &
husband Clarerce was discharged sors,
wives. the entertainment.The were served lurch and were entertained
- from Extended Care Nursing night. Cornte Bagley. spokes- MOST ALL IN CANS
The courtesy as written by group also enjoyed refresh by "The Sing Out PaIatka" -
worthwhile Home and is wth: Hazel. Both man for the Junior Class pre- ANY TIME -
Moving steadily forward toward Mrs. Vera Ownbey, was basedon ments. Hostesses were Mrs. chorus. PLANT

goals is the family that has formed the happy habit are recovering nicely from the the locale of Fishing! as each France. Mrs. Carl Ford Mrs.! Th 1969 edition of the "Ramp. eerted Mrs. Wilson Whitaker with a green with Beautiful Roses -

of systematic saving! auto accident of last month. We chapter officer' caught a fish in Susie Preston Mrs. Walter Wil age," Interlacl-en High Annual. orchid and Mr. LandscapingPhone

were sorry that Mrs. Helen Pin- one .of the lakes of the community son Mrs. J. L. Price Sr., and will come out In the middle of .So tie tack.

on, a charter member Is not and these each were sym Mrs. John A. Ross. the summer. :::::: ::::::::: =::::::::::::::::::;:::'::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::':" 659-2165
in bank account i ia Is .
Every deposit your savings feeling well and was unable to Is the will include all f
bolic of the business! professionof Miss Wodey who This! edition 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
milestone on the road that will bring YOUR familyto attend. Clay County Agent Mrs. brother Masons. There was daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. George the events of the year, including MATHEWS 100 at Fiorahome

the fulfillment of its dearly cherished desires. Imogene Rlttenburg is under the "Scl'sor Fish;" The many Wodey, will marry Chris these which happened at the : Hwy.

doctor's care in Green: Cove colored Fish: The Flower Fish Hord June 28. They will make end of the semester. Those who Well Drilling I USED CARS

Soring so abundant with blossoms! : : The their home in Titusville, wherehe paid postage will have theirs ,'

KEYSTONE STATE BANK PERSONALS Hat-Fish and many .others. is employed.Mrs. mailed to them In July. Those i MelroM, Fla. Hanks Used Cars
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pardeeare These large (paper) fl'h were ( Hugh Sapp and Mrs. who did not can pick them up Phone E\

Member fJJJ.C. KcyatoM Htfebta, Fte.Frfeadlr expected home from their hung on the line as each pre- Gene Sapp were hostesses when school reopens in Septem- : 475-5101 : BIG CASH DISCOUNTT
. .' three weeks auto trip to California 1 Myers Pump }I Ii
&ntatlon was made. They each to a bridal shower held recently j E R MS
"Y Y.r Bade Ia T.or Frf..411. whre they visited with ber.The votedto ..--:
I protrayed the Banker the carpenter for Mrs. Carolyn Bell Austinof Senior Class ; SERVICE BUY SELL TRADE

their Vietnam Veteran son, the florist, the painter, Hawthorne, at Mrs. HughSapp's spend their money on a
Csa1tyP :;;;j sad REPAIRS RT. I, BOX goliw7.
Chuck and met his bride of last
the Past Masters and Bell attends to represent In-
Mrs Arms"
I several home
January, Melrose "Coat of School. The -i_.:__:9.__:!:_::_________ ___ _.__ ______ 100. 8 MUe S. Stork*
others. the Church of Christ in terlachen High

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.."' WWWIWWi Winner, were: ton Norman Traylor. Lawtey.:
Awards And Medals Presented' and Sheryl Ann Sapp. Lawtey; : ly Richards tor winning the
Beef -Susan Edwards Arbutus Pearsall. Hampton. Special awards went to Walter Talent! Contest at Rally Day.

( '\ VOICE of theSPORTSMAN To 4-H.Club Boys And GirlsThe Edwards all of Starke and; Randy Garry Prevatt,Joyner, Andrews.Horticulture Starke.- Larry David Prevatt Redding Tom and Daniel Edwards Rosier Jerry of

\ Hampton; Gary Melvin, Brook- the County 4-H Livestock Judg- LEGAL FORMS. Biratf.
auditorium of the County past year. er; and Dean Traylor. Lawtey. Horses Charles Holtzendorf, ing Team; to Walter Prevatt for ford County Telegraph. Phi

\ Agriculture Building was filledto Top Award Winners were: Child Development-Jane Loll Larry Oglesby. Dennis Rhoclen. 4-H Demonstrations!! and to Kel- M46305.IT'S .
Hy MIKE CHITTY and Vickie Sue Anderson, all
capacity Thursday night. Achievement Tom Edwards Hampton. of Starke. .
May 22, with more than 70 Starke; Stanley Crawford. Law- DairyDavid Eunice Roger
Poultry-Andy Harvey, Elizabeth
members and parents attendingthe tey; and Gerald Meng, Hamp- Redding and Joy Redding all NEW -
Harvey, and Dale
first annual 4-H Recognitionand ton; Home Economics Irita of Lawtey: Michael Mowery,
Lawtey. To Do Your Drive In Shopping.
The NewEay Way
Good news! Those fish cia Alfred Hudson of Gainesville Awards Program. Crawford. Lawtey; Carole McKinney Hampton. Public Speaking Stanley ,

are biting better all the time. are still catching those After enjoying a delicious covered Starke; and Sallye Electricity Kelly Richardsand Crawford, Lawtey

Everyone I know that's' been Orange Lake bass. Monday dish supper. 40 4-H Club Meng Hampton; Leadership- Diane Thomas Starke; Rabbits Danny Anderson, DRIVE-IN SHOPPING

lately has mopped up on 'em. Alfred and his nephew, Edward members were awarded medalsfor Waiter Prevatt and Janelle Tony Rosier, Hampton. Starke.

Bass are biting real good now Christmas caught 8, and Tues- "blue ribbon" work on their Thompson both of Starke. Food and Nutrition Norma Swine Mark Joyner Hamp- Just Drive-In We'll Do The Servlnjr
In most lakes, especially In day they went back and caught projects and records during the Other Blue Ribbon and Medal Lou Redding, Felicia Rosier.

Orange. People have been tear- 8 more. Wednesday James '0
Ing 'em up down there on plas- and Butch Howard who lives Tire q ', ,, 'S
Don't let the In Lawtey, and Buddy Ellisof III ThD ,s I t.* ad
tic worms. lengthof B ,,.
esg '
this column fool you It's Gainesville, caught 15 ranging ,_ JUNE 1 IS DEADLINETO

not short because the fish are'nt up to 5 pounds. Satur- Bei_ r ntr Drive-in CurL: Market & GroceriesNow

biting. But due to Illness In day, James, Alfred, Buddy,Hubert ;
my family, my mother had to Chitty Clarence Morgan, 4 .

leave Thursday for Alabama. and his sons Dennis and Terry, APPLY FOR HIGH SCHOOL offers this service in a full line of groceries

to, I'm having to d.) the besti and I went and caught 11 bass cold cuts frozen foods drinks beer ice cream
i can, without my secretary.My that morning.Grtrin's EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA TESTThe
father James and Un- -milk bread, pastries etc. _

(;ED examination, which qualifies a person CRIMSON SWEET ICE COLD

for a high: school equivalency diploma, will be administered WATER MELONS each

4&4p-- at Vocational-Technical Center dur- 95 *

., ing the week d; June 9 through 13, 1969. Anyone Fresh Blackeyed Peas, Okra Corn,

) .. wishing to take the examination must make application Peaches Vine Ripe Tomatoes

before June 1. The test fee for all the testsis ,

1<; $7.50. and $2 for each re-test. ENTRANCE DRIVE-IN ON

; I II I Individuals desiring further information about WEST .SIDE

....>... the GED test should call the Vocational Center,
Top winners at the first annual 4-H Club Awards Night 964-6150. OPEN 7 A.M. 11 P.M.

j- were (from 'left): Tom Edwards, Janelle Thompson, Stanley

: : Crawford, Irlta Crawford, Lee Spark, Walter Prevatt Gerald 7 DAYS A WEEK

Meng Daniel Rosier, Carole McKinney, Sallye Mans, and

: Jerry Redding.

Itet I CARL Gulf ServiceUSED BEGGS


Top Prices for Wrecked Cart
= b.. 4 J .
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Lodge (east shore Macon, Ga., reported a catch
21 bass. Saturday, JohnPoig Fuel Oil
Santa Fe), reported another of -
good week. Monday, Roy and John Poa r. Jr. boated UM Cm
pretty -
Griffin wont alone. and caught 5 bass ranging frg.m 2 to 10 lbs. New Innerspringsand PUMPS J.:.HD VACUUM cleaners re- U'Q.IN.WaI..
Last Thursdav Rov Griffln CLASSIFIED AD RATES Box SpringsDrop ccnd toned $15 10 different George E. LaRue
5 Bass, Roy. got 4 by himself _. NEW AND USED __ up. I ....1...
five of the
Tuesd.ty; Including 4 large ones boated seven bass Up to 15 word. ____.- 1.25 Us A Card or Call SALES-P AUTS-iSERVICE ;.me brands to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto I
Wednesday, Roy guided Emory fish hit the scales from 6 to PALATKA EA 5-9166 Pirts: & excellent repairs all MUST SACRIFICE-719 E. Laura -
(Minimum charge) Fire HomeownersLIFE
10 1/2 pounds, the other two Deep & Shallow Wells concrete
Boring and they caught 3 nice MRS. PEGGY SHALLER makes. Watson's House of St. 2 bedrooms.

ones. from 5 1/2 to 7 pound. weighed 2-3 pounds. Roy Bch word over 15 __ .01 209 E. Adktas St. Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main, Gaines- & ACCIDENT block. Low down payment, balance -

Millie and Sol Cohen of Chiand Allen caught 10 bass Sat- Furniture Expert Service On ville 376-7110. tfchg : Keystone Heights 473-4C9 $50 per month.
urdiy. Sunday, Roy guided Dick Extra charge If notpaid Repaired
Ill., were spending the All Makes BILL POWELL, Broker
week at Griffin's and fishing Sadoneskl and Jerry Redmondlast In advance ____ J5 Upholstered & Refinished DID YOU KNOW it's easy to'' 964-6464
and the pair boated six bass. MATTRESSES REBUILT Plumbing Service own a Longchamp Home

Over week.the weekend at Griffin's Woll, that's all of this week... Memorial, Resolution Starke. Agent Phone 964-7061 Better oullt for F>jrla: llring. MEN WANTED Men cottage ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brown So I'll say, "Good-bye and good HASTINGS MATTRESS DURRANCE PUMP Your plan or our. parents age over 21. Startingpay File Folder, complete line office -
$295 month, promotion
luck! 7 cent per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. Contact Bu and regular opportunities in- supplies. -The Telegraph

ford Mitchell, phone Stlt- Phone 9646305.FURNITURE .
710 Lemon St. PaUika creases in pay. 8 hour day. 5
Can Be AdoptedThrough CARDS OF THANKS 6853. P O. Box 238. SUrke
Children I
School Age II day week sick: leave, vacation*, Refinishing, upholstering -
tt, ,.
Children's Home Soc. of Fla. 00 worde or 1 lea* ___- 3.COEach MEN WANTED Laundry I REDUCED INSURANCEAT : state ,retirement. If Interested cabinet work, an-
please apply in Personnel
person tiques restored to their original
Kitchen aids, laborers -
word over 50 __ .07 AUTO FIRE. BOAT Manager, Sunland Training Center beauty. Call C. E. Jackson,
Wanted: a place to live. Slater said. "I really think cottage parents, watch- DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S Gainesville, Fla. 1313 Madison St., Starke. Phone
Persons interester in acting loneliness Is one of the biggest man, cooks and clerks, ground- INSURANCE AGENCY An
equal opportunity\ employer. 9645370. tfchg
.problems of old age," she com keeper, truck driver. Five tch
as foster families or operatingfoster OFFICIAL SUN SPORTSMOORE .
day week, eight hour day.Ctate .
homes are being soughtby mented. INSPECTION STATION Lake Front Properties
retirement, vacations FILING CABINETS Type
the local welfare Department.The She stressed that the Welfare Open Dally 8 AJVI. 5:30: P. M.
: BOAT FOR Acreages large and small
Department would not sick leave. If interested, please writer Stands, Desks Chain, ED WAINWRIGHT
homes are not wanted for anyone Except Saturday 8-12 NoonHILL'S
apply in person Personnel Safes. Bradford CountyTelegraph. YOUR MONEY AGENCYFor
into who
foster home
children but for adults Trailer Lot
persons! who are no longer ableto really needed the professionalcare GARAGE Manager, Sunland TrainIng Starke Ph. M4-5791 All Your Homes, BusinessesS.
Center, Gainesville: Fla.
live by themselves but who of a nursing home or hos Keystone Heights Insurance NeedsSpeciaJizing
An Truck load discount prices
equal BAIRD
opportunity employer. -
do not need professional care. pital. Telephone 473-4165. in E. McKay
Hunter Fishing Boats by C.
Foster families may be a sin FOR RENT: TV Bets, baby tfchg Mobile Homes Mobile Home InsurancePh.
eel 12' 14'
There are elderly people who Craft 189.00 up. Realtor Service
Starke 964-6818 Appraisal
beds, elec. guitars
gle person a widow or widower amplifiers,
are living alone but really FOR SALE: Slightly' used Kim-
who wants companionship or refrigerators: day, or week. DA-
shouldn't be; there are some family of several No HMER'S 964-7923. tf-chg ball console piano with bench. 8-10-12' Wide t WANTED: Used WringerWasher. Keystone Hts. 473-4816
a persons.:
who are in nursing homes sim- than two $400 under floor price. Shown Good Quality WANTED Relief Cook. Goo-1 Will pay cash or take In
more elderly
ply because they have no where SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned by appointment only. Call 964- salary good working condi-
will be placed in any one home. Reasonably Priced trade on anything. DAHMER'S,
else to live; there are some who oiled and adjusted in your 6820. TF tons. Apply Longhorn Reatru- 964-7923. SUMMER JOB
are ready to be released from and homes where roomers or home, 300. Vacuum cleaner repairs Gainesville 378-2785 rant. C01 South. tfohgmmmmmmm COLLEGE STUDENTFull

the state hospital in MacClenny boarders considered.are taken can not be also. All work guaranteed SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Serviced Guaranteed and WILL BUY: Used Appliances or Part Time

but have no home to go to. Dennis E4 Cogglns, Phone 431 Letters & Numbers for interior Delivered In Starke Area GAINESVIUE'SJARGESTSCIECTIOII Furniture TV'., Stereos, anything APPLY IN PERSONTASTEEFREEZ

These were some of the examples 1428. tfohg and exterior. use. 'All sizes, co NO EXTRA COST of value. DAHMER'S,
Persons who wish to be foster( lors.
Bradford County Tele-
given by Holly Slater, US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th
families will be visited by a graph.
welfare worker in Bradford tf Gainesville 378-2785 REDUCE safe and fast with Go.
welfare worker so a home study
County. can be conducted. Foster homes iller BrownVolkswagen FOR SALE 2 bedroom house,, tevrsAWAITS Bese tablets and E-Vap "water FOR SALE House on 2 Iota
plls.: Andrew Pharmacy. blocks from shopping area,
will be inspected for safety from nice neighborhood, elec. range, t\/
What these people need is fire and fcr sanitation and physical refrlg. and gas heater. Phone SEWING MACHINES 10tj> 6-28 210"N.. Cherry St. 964-7271. tfchg

someone who can call the doctorif examinations ,against communicable '-' 964-5801. 4tp 6-5 Largest selections from which i IF WE DONT HAVE IT FOR SALE 1959 Cher. I/
in the to choose. Necchi. Nelco,
something happens
diseases .will also
we'll It E.
for Office
FOR get you. ton; Fleeteide Pickup. 1498
4 furnished YOU AT"Jk
middle of the night regular, I New Home & Universal.
be required. I .
apartment. Private entrance. I Supplies, : Equip- Bessent Road. Ph. 964-5859 or
well-balanced meals and super- REPAIR ALL MAKES.
Adults. 224 RtjcAe.Onc. ment. Bradford County 964-7369. tfchg
W. Lafayette St.2tchg. e
vision in taking their medicine
Anyone interested in further National
i.\I' Sewing I
and sometimes in paying their information should call the local New & Used ) 5-29 South's Largest Western Stoyc SINGER AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BOAT hoist. Free

bills.Family Welfare office at 964-7310 or Sales Service FOR RENT Small furnished Maclvne Co., N. W. 6th St.; at _US 411' i CONSOLE MODEL estimates. Call 964-7168.

atmosphere is !the write to the State Departmentof house; suitable for individual or I I Sewing machine: Zigzags, blind 2tp 5-29
1 MI. North of Tire Mall 611 W. University Ave. 3781355GaineviIle ,
most important attribute a foster Public Welfare, Box 1190, couple. Desirable location. M. stitches, buttonholes decorates,
home has to offer Miss Unit 16, Gainesville, Fla., 32601. GAINESVILLEFOR A. Payne. Call 964-6560> alter 6 FAYE'S FABRICS Hiway 301, etc. Original price $300. Has a ; FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer,
I Hi mi. north of Waldo. Open $64 balance' or reliable partyin lime and dolemite. Clean out

4:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:.:;:.:.:.:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:.:,:.:.:,::%,:,:,:,:,:z., P-m. tfchg' No. 900 Retirement Special FrI.. Sat. nights till 9. Sundays, thia area can assume 98 mon and spreading service. We de.

SALE Concrete blockhouse BIC PENS. Ball Point Re-'I Frame bungalow 5 rooms 12-7. Weekdays. 9-6. TFchg thly payments. Will take older liver. W. A. Prevatt, 964-6816.

I 3 bedroom fills. Bradford County Tele machine in trade. Phone COLLECT 4tp 6-12
; 1 bath central bath porch; Newly painted.
lu 1 11m 4 bedroom brick
I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home heat It air-conditioning. Cor. graph. Nice> fenced lot. Just $6.000. home, central heat and aircondlt.lon. Jacksonville 353-1946.:
ner lot. Phone 964-5367. tfohg night or day. Ask for Credit
WANTED located
Waitress and Cook. No. 803 CatUe Ranch, 80 acres conveniently Manager. Will deliver no obligation. -
Apply in B & unfurnished. 323 N. Walnut St. Diesel Power
1 person O Restau close in. Rustic ,home Modern 1606 Main Street.
1m Jj rant. tfchg InquLre at premise or call
STARKE :g STARLING kitchen -pecans and fruit. Starke 964-7753 or. Stchg 5-29

111; PHONE 964-6200 COLONIAL FLORIST for sale. $35.500.Strout Terms. 9646491.tfchg STEREO CONSOLE COMBO Plant
FARM SUPPLY Stock and Operator
supplies. Everythingbut V
Take payments on 2monthold -
i I Iti&fffSMtfWXXS Reg. Broker FOR SALE
building. Contact Dot Bag-. Dayllliee all
beautiful Stereo Console,
225 E. Andrews well at florist. tfchg 2117 N. Temple Ave. colors, Registered named new- ,
1j11 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1 1J Starke, Fla. est introductions. of outstanding like r._. 4-speed record chang- First Class Diesel Power
: Phone 964-6067 FOR SALE New 14' glass Ph. 961-6609 er-combination radio. Balance
: hybridizers. Also unnamed seedlings. Plant
PHONE "7 -3176 :111 boat, motor & trailer $100.00 due $67, or $9 per month. Phone Operator Wanted.
Lower Prices Special Sale until June 3. I
equity take up payments $39.44 Mrs. R. F. Young 203 Chris. COLLECT Jacksonville 353-1946 Permanent Employment.
:1Iil Vaccinate Now For: month. A Fields Ph. tlan St. 2tp 5-28 night or day. Ask for Credit Salary $8,500 Per Year

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FOR SALE New potatoes for 1606 Main Street.
ness Cattle Blackleg WANTED Couple to work baking boiling! frying or freez. Stchg 5-29 Plan, Sick Leave, Vacation -

Drenches & Vaccines farm. Living quarters furnished. ing. All sizes. Loyd Bryan, 964. Group Hospitalization .

NEED READY) CASH? Phone 475-1532 3tchg 6-5 Gainesville 2920 Waldo 376-0691 Road 6880. :2tp 6-5 DISHWASHER Restaurant Wanted., 301 South.tfchg Longhorn Insurance and Utility )-

SCHOOL TEACHERS: Want to I WANTED FOR SALE 50 pieces 5 v Credit.
rent at Kingsley Lake an un- Authorized Dealer"Starcraft" crimped galvanized steel 12 ft.
Come See Us! furnished: 3 or 4 bedroom 2bat.hbouae. Young man between 21 and 30 "Dreamer""Wheel long. Used, L. A. Wynn, Harnp-' DRIVERS NEEDED!: Apply:
high school
graduate, mechanical Camper"Travel SEMI DRIVERS: Experience
Wiling to lease
on year I ton. phone 4681523. 2tp 6-5
100 ly basis. Must occupy by July Inclined. !Must be willing to Trailers Truck I I II helpful but not necessary. We City of Wauchula
bll 1q' work' and follow instructions.. I FOR SALE will train! you. For local and
15. Cypress
% We make loan for Please contact Lennard RegIster Campers Fold Downs P les 4
7J05' any worthwhile Jr.. 200 N. Monroe St., Opportunity to learn a good SALES & SERVICE II I to 8" diameter. 16 ft. length. over-the-road driving You can Wauchula Fla.
t purpose Clinton, Mies. 39056 4tchg 6-5 trade. Good starting salary and Stacked just off Hwy. 100-A in earn $3.50 per hour and up.
; 4c fringe benefits Starke. Can. use for building after short training. For Application George Burns
FOR RENT in Starke. Attractive ,
FOR SALE Comfortable 3 Apply hurting or fishing' lodges. Contact write: Nation Wide Safe-
$25 to $600 3 bedro.-iu home. Desirable lo-
:: bedroom concrete block house. STARKE INDUSTRIES, cation. Also apartments. W. H. W. M. Taylor, Phone ((9041) ty Director 1525 W. MemorialBlvd. Telephone No. 773-3131

DO YOU HAVE Nice ne J\borhood. 3 blocks INCORPORATED Nollman. tfchg 457-6601. Perry Fla. 2tp 6-5 .. Lakeland, Fla. 33801 or
call! 5-29
from school and llifw>pplna-. 671 8136835975. 2tohg
710 South Water St. WANTED NURSES
R. N. andL.
-Too many payments W. Call N. B. Rosier. 2tchg 5-29 ltohg BUY, SELL TRADE: Used P. N. Call Starke Nursing FOR SALE Sawdust and FOR SALE Drop leaf dinette
'J Furniture, Appliances Toys.Tcola. I table and 4 chairs $20. White
to make? Nice 3 bedroom housein Home. 964-6220. 3tohg 6-12 sruvlngs:' delivered. Llnburg
masonry SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Paint Co. Wlmberly's Trading 752, twin bedroom suite 7 pieces
Henry Rt. 5 Box 44, phone
Butler !
with central heat
-Too many bills to and air condition, one bath, tile factory representative will be Post, 7434 Blarxling Blvd., State Road IS, North of Starke& 7305. Lake City. Fla. 4tp 6-19 $35. Phone 964-7627. Itchg.OPPORTUNITY .
Jacksonville. tfchg
!: : floor, drapes, gas tank, feed at Starke Builders Saturday, 1 Acre lot 2500.00 and H acre I FOR SALE 13 acres large
payToo May 31. Come in and discuss lot 1
125000. cash. These
many Law house and feed lot with two I WANTED Male inside.
your painiproblems. tehg 7 room house, paneled
lots are 'high and dry, well located _
S pecan trees. All going for a male. $1.60 hr.. 5 day week.Con- Barn town. '
& tractor. Close to
---,- coining due? reasonable price with attractive FOR RENT Small 2 bedroom tact Florida Fryers, Inc., Hawthorne ,suitable for spacious 10000.00 Call for appointment : .'-. fCa

terms. A. J. Thomas Realtor, furnished houses In Starke. Call Rd., Gainesville Pla. orcall home and garden, or for house 964-5669 or 964-7061. Itp; Station AttendantFuH

Starke Florida! Tel 964-5701. 964-7444 or 964-5070. Itp !i_ 376-1400. 4tchg 5-29 trailers. time. All fringe 'Mn.efita .
Let LU Help With Your Money Large water front lots at Little FOR SALE! Frame house, 2 goodhours, good..

Problems NEED a home or apartment in FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished FOR SALE 2 story duplex, Lake Santa Fe., can ,be bad bedrooms living room dining Pay call 782-9827 Jer

country or town. W. H. Noll- house. Phone 964- 2 br. each unit. Half block with terms. A. J. Thomas, room, kitchen, 1 bath and 2 Personal latdrrtow I .
man can help you.' tfohg 5724. tfchg from R.J E. school. Phone 964- Realtor. Tel. 964-5701 screened porcbes. Inquire 964- _
J TOWN FINANCE CO. 6512. atchg 5-29
7118. ItohgB1C &
HELP WANTED Male, no FOR SALE Electric range FOR SALE 2 bedroom house

. \ 226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449 experience necessary. Apply 30" excellent condition. $70. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS on Lake Bedord, Keystone PENS. Ball Point Be- 1965 VW for sale Good buy.:
Mutual Lumber Co., 5 miles S Call 9645514. 343 N. St. Clalr.Itohg. Heights Small down fills. 'Tel
t Wanted. Longhorn Restaurant payment Bradford C nty Good condition Phone 5332121.
of Starke on 301. Hchg 301 South
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