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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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ContestBradford New Welfare Bill }I. .

High's senior FFA
chapter won three first! places: : Wi

and the Junior: chapter placed New Arrest Opposition to the pro-
huh in two events in sub- posed Family AssistanceAct

district contests in Macclcnny; a of 1970 which incorporates -
,, last Friday April 10
-- --- of
the concept a .
Mike Tew won the public i guaranteed minimum in-
is CaseAnother j ,,
students Louise flatten Bonnie Tris- 4 ,
Straight Dorisann
Spengler, "peaking contest for 'the senior come into the U. S. welfare ;
ler, Velma Wade, and Judy Young. In back are Gayle Hatcher, Kelly chapter Ralph Morgan won has been voiced by 'i ''J
has been arrested system
Richards, and Christy Padgett. Sophmore\ Janice Parsons was absent. the tractor driving contest man I'j ;
the Cham-
and David Stalnaker won the and one released and case the Starke-Bradford :;;
against him dismissed In the of Commerce. '
It; harmonica contest.: w. ber
t ( tt burning of a home on US-301
The senior! : chapter parliamentary south of Starke last Feb. 17,
Wher The Brains Are procedure team of according to the Bradford Sheriffs The new welfare legislation,
Richard Sapp, Ralph Morgan. Department.
under consideration by the U.S.
Joey Bennett. Mike Bryan. _
Jimmy Alvarez, any! Mike OilTer u. Arrested Friday, April 3, wasa Congress now, would add 15,090-
Nine Bradford High coeds from grade has kept her off the list R.A. Nettles, Starke. !
: placed second.Walt'J' new suspect in the case, William 000 persons to the welfare rolls,
a student body of 1,000 made each time, but she put them Freshman Gayle Hatcher, Prevail KImberly, 31, of Hampton. tripling the present size of U1Aprogram
straight A's for the fourth six all together for the fourth six- daughter of Col. and Mrs. il.M. placed fifth He Is now is the Bradford County at an additional cost of
weeks grading period which end- weeks. Kelly U the daughter of Hatcher, Starke, is on the list for in public! speaking for: the Jun Jail, according to Chief Deputy $5 billion In the first year.
ed the week of Jan. 21. Mr and Mrs. G.W. Richards, for the first time. She has been chapter ana: fifth in thetract.Ql' ; ; Dolph Reddish, after being These added persons are in ,,

Ninety-four; students, less than Starke. kept off the stralght-A list bya "The Junior drivinj: contest.chnptor:! team arrested at his home. 3,000,000 families headed by fathers --..
and two B's in physical
full time
Bonnie Trisler of who are working
of Sophomore
of student body
a education. But this time she competing; in the parliamentary i Released from custody and
I and in many cases earning more
six- takes typing plane
made the fourth Hampton ;
over brought that PE grade up, and procedure:! contest Is charges of arson and grand lar- than poverty-level wages, the 1
world his-
chemistry, CROWTH' CHART'i
weeks honor roll meaning they geometry,
all A's and ,B's. tory, and Spanish n. She has Gayle has straight A's all year composed!; of !Mke Macy, i ceny dismissed Is Wesley(Butch) National Chamber of Commerce .
made all A's for the entire year and in biology, home economics, algebra Jackie Mair. Gary Melvin -t ?L Willingham, 22, who was being has stated. In opposing the bill,
seniors Louise Batten I Spanish I and English. Mack Crawford Ricky Tom- held under $15,000 bond.
Three is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,, the local Chamber joins its parent -

Dorisann Spengler, and Christy; R.E. Trisler. The other 94 students who made (Continued on Page Four) ,q Still sought;( In the case Is organization.The .
Padgett, were among the nine all A's and B's, or an A-B +NII Arvil Walker Shealey, 23l1amp.- families wou.j be subsidized -
straight-A students. There was Velma Wade of Mr. less
daughter because they earn
for the fourth six weeks Reddish
average, ton, Deputy says.
one junior, Kelly Richards; four and Mrs. Robert Wade, Starke, Signals Not ; than minimum incomes fixed by
sophomores, Bonnie Trisler, is on the list for the first time. are: Arson was suspected when Mrs. the bill for families of various

Velma Wade Judy Young, and Her courses are world history, SENIORS .1 Garnet Studer,owner of the home, sizes.It .
Janice Parsons, and one freshman typing; I, plane geometry, chem- Needed, DOT noted there was no trace of sev- guarantees a four-member .

Gayle Hatcher."It istry, phys ed, and English. Joyce Allen, Glenda Alvarez, 7iM eral large appliances In the family a basic Income of $1,600,
takes a lot of concentration Randall Chism, Theresa Clem, Tells Lawtey charred ruins of the house.Other for instance ;
study, and hard work to Judy Young missed the Ruth Crosby, Henry Franklin, tell-tale evidence was left by While providing a minimum ,
make that list. Some very bright stralght-A list the first six- Linda Futch Freddy Graudon truck tire tracks plainly imprinted guarantee for all families with
BHS Deanof weeks with a B in world his- Traffic In Lawtey: at the intersection
people missed says Robert Greene, Sammie Johnson in a load of topsoil that children, the bill would also con-
Students Tony Griffith, referring tory, but has been a regular Lucille Kauffman, Teresa of US-301 'and Lake had been brought into the back tinue to subsidize a family of \
to the top nine students. ever since. Her courses,besides Kelly, Donna Keys, Sally Lawson Avenue east) and 'west does rot yard for use In flower beds. four until its income reached
world history, are plane geometry warrant! instillation of a caution $3,920 Large families -
per year.
Paul Lott Phyllis Lyons
Four of the nine student are
driver's education. Eng- ha
on the straight-A list, David McKnight, Natalie Man. light the Department The state fire marshal was could get federal help up
Bonnie lish, chemistry, and phys ad. told the City Council brought in to assist in the Investigation to an income level of $8,500, I
Trisler however.of One Hampton, sophomore, and senior She is the granddaughter of Mrs.A (Continued on Face. Four) "This! Is to advise, tht our of the fire which a- the National Chamber states.
has been completed and The Starke Chamber Board of \
wakened the neighborhood about
Louise Batten, Starke, have made
the top list every six-weeks so after an analysis of the facts 4:30 a.m. Mrs. Studer was not Governors, at its meeting last
far. Another sophomore, Judy Settlement found in the field, th'.s'! inter- at home when the fire occurred, Thursday, indicated it opposesthe

Young, has made the list three $325,000 .eect'on! does not meet any war State Science Fair winner Mike Gissy having stayed overnight with her concept of the guaranteed
times; the only B on her grade rants for signalization( at this mother, Mrs. Pauline Disney, income to families already earn-
sheet Is one in World History. time. who was ill at the time. Mrs. income to families with bread
with "ShouH you desire another Disney occupied a house located winners able to work. It would
There are no students a
"crip" schedule among the top Made In Plane Suitstries study at a later date please Student Wins only 300 feet from the Studer add income to families already
nine, Griffith points out. advise" stated the DOT's W. BHS home. earning a minimum Income, it 'I
If. Skinner, deputy district! en- was noted.
Louise Batten, for instance, Keystone Heights widow and was responsible because it gineer In Lake City, in a March Apparently the intruders load- In a letter to Senators Spes-
takes the clerical course in Vo- her 17-year-old daughter have entrusted the aircraft to Moore. 23 letter to City Clerk Ethel ed the truck, then drained oil sard Holland and Ed Gurney' and
cational Office Education. DCT, $325,000 settlement In from a fuel tank to saturate the to Rep. Don Fuqua, Chamber
and works at the county Civil won two lawsuits brought as a re- Findings in the case of Linda Re'odlsh The Lawtey. Council has attempted At State Science FairFreshman house before setting fire to it President Mac Baldwin stated:
Defense Building. She is the sult of a 1968 plane crash death Jail: showed the girl suffered and making their escape, lawmen "I am writing on behalf of
of Mr. and, Mrs. L.W. of her several times In past said. The Hampton Fire Depart-
daughter > Donald Christ- severe multiple injuries the membership of the Starke-
that killed Dr. years to have a caution light Mike Gissy! !brought Acres, won in the junior botany called to the
Batten, Starke.A head, face, body and limbs and ment was scene Bradford County; Chamber of
two time repeater for offers and injured the girl. installed at the intersection! hem .A third place ribbon! ands division far: his pro$:!ct but due to delay in placing the Commerce requesting that
straight-A's, Dorisann Speng- Mrs. Patricia Harris Christo- was left permanently injured, the main' street cf the town. plaque from the Slate Science. en how sound affects plant; alarm, could not save the house. vote against the Administration's you .i
ler's course schedule reads British ffers originally sued for $1 million including the fact that fractures The DOT has made several Fair In Pensacola last week. erf>wlh. welfare expansion bill that will
Literature Math IV, psyco- in the Feb. 18, 1968 deathof have left her with a short leg studies over the years but "I knew lie'.L win some Missing from the home were: establish In law the revolutionary
logy. German n, Chorus, and her husband.A which will require future sur- each time says the traffic does Mike: the Bon of Mr and thing, his: project was *> well one large deep freeze, one dou- concept of a guaranteed annual ,
library assistant. Despite two later suit sought additional gery. not warrant such a signal. Mrs. Joseph Gassy of Green done," .says Mrs Pam Dlokcr-: ble oven gas range, on apartment income. .

B's, in English and Math, Doris damages for her daughter, Linda eon Bradford High science In size electric range, and "This legislation will add about
ann averaged straight A's the Gall, then 15, who survived the -- --- .. structor. "Well done, well re- one pink enamel stove. 15 million people to the welfare -
first semester with her heavy crash of the light plane but was search" and! "he tested:!: every rolls, and cost tax payersan
schedule. She is the daughterof permanently injured. possible variable" were terms Also lost in the blaze were estimated $5 billion more
Lt. Col. and Mrs. V.J. Speng Defendant in the actions was w "Es-AYLb/s1. MMteik1 a :Mrs. Dickerson used In describing 200 2x4's and 50 sheets of paneling for just the first year.

ler. Starke. Black Industries Inc. of North ,--..- young Qlsey's !winning stored on the porch for use "We are deeply concerened as

Christy; Padgett, on the Carolina, owner of the plane project. in a proposed store building. (Continued on Page Four)
itralght-A list for the second piloted by William E. Moore,
time in the 69-70! school term, 51-year-old Melrose contractor t r Another BHS student, sophomore I

takes consumer economics, VOE who also was killed in the crash. ,- i Mike White, eon of Mr. ,
clerical, shorthand, humanities, Moore's son, William, 18, sur- h, and Mrs. Olin White !Starke.!
and PAD. She has two B's for vived along with the girl. receive:. a $23 award) from the 1970 Fair Breaks '.
the year, one each in PAD and Under the settlement, Mrs. Woman's Auxiliary of the

humanities. Christy; Is thedaughter Christoffers received $225,000. .. .. Florida Medical Associationfor
of Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Linda Call, in the action brought his project on the fetal i

Padgett Starke. in her behalf,was granted$90,000in : development of mice. Attendance Records ;
Junior Kelly Richards, is on satisfaction for her claimsof 4 Ten BHS science students,
the list for the first time. She personall1\JW1es. tt all winners in the local science '
takes plane geometry, American Mrs. Christoffers, In this same I. --"- fair and regional competition, Attendance at Bradford Coun ging by the smile on the face ,
history, band, American literature action, was awarded $10,000 to ___ male:! the trip to Pensacola. ty's; 1970 Fair and Strawberry of Fair Treasurer Cliff Hazen.
French U. and chemistryand cover claims of medical expen- They were Mark Hardervbrock. Festival has been "officially" "Is there anybody here who
has only four B's on her ses and treatment of Linda 9; Eugene Mock 12: BIU My- established at over 50,000 by has ever seen Cliff smile like

grade sheet for the year. One Gail. -. .- ,. -. ... .. ..,-c ... ,. '" rick, 12: Jimmy Andrews 10; Fair Manager John Myers who that before?" the Chamber man-
Each side was ordered, in the !Mike Kin;, 10, Richard Kirk- reported on the events of the ager asked.
!.....NN.NNNN I suits in the Jacksonville week of April 1-4 to the Cham "We already know about the
I land 10, Lee Hardcnbrock:: 10;
division of the US District Court And Away We Go Greg Gay, 10: plus! White and ber of Commerce Board of Governors parking," C of C President Mac
i iI tor the Middle District of Florida, Gise,.. last Thursday. Baldwin told the governors in

: r to bear its own cost and include Two now government owned: parcel poot( rout" :- bine- the former: mall: !1 and parcel The students; were accompanied Friday, April 3, was the biggest prefacing for his the request'71 Fair.for suggestions Nota -

attorney fees. mall vehicles: iscs' : a'aovc: ) Built specially for city cast: rc-u'.c.-i.: thus eliminating to the state fair by day the Bradford Fair ever adverse comment was
I .. j' : The accident: took place on :hav recently ben put into routes, the new t type. vehicles : the old parcel post route Mrs. Dickerson and :by 'Mr. had in all its 20 years, Myeers received, however. Apparently!
A'.aI', ...:JI) : Christoffers Feb. 18, 1968., 44-year-old Dr. Key-M. service! on ma.l and eniblcel: the Post Of.'! to(",m- end the bicycles. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook.The : said. Estimates are that over chamber board members felt the

jtone Heights physician; his Mail! usaJ to b delivered. by students: themselves 15,000 persons walked throughthe fair had been well organizedand
: : : :
![ raised the $480 to make the fairground gates that day.
well received.
i Irbei.wncrxierRUMMAGE WilliamE.
i Linda Gall
daughter ; bicycle. and packages' by van
Robbers HitTwo Minit Mart .
Moore, electrical contractor truck. The new Jeep vehicles: trip. Danatlo.ta: from businessmen Attendance at the 1969 Fair board members congratulated
: : from Melrose, and Moore's 17- do it all in n flcmewhat unique and private individual was estimated In excess of Chamber Secretary Lillian Pear-
year-old son William, were on Negro men are still said, tried to open the o""h fashion.At ami $75 given by the BHS 40000. son for her sale out of fair
SALE I a fishing trip to Fort Pierce. being hunted for the armed rob- register, but failed. Science Club were the big factors Reasons for the huge atten- booths, which netted the Chamber \.. s

With Moore as pilot, the party; bery early last week of the Jack- Alvarez then threat- noted above' driver William in rals'ng the money. dance, which almost inundated $396 for the chore of sell-
Sponsored By : took off for Keystone Heights but son's Minit Market on Temple Mrs.with the was and orderedout Carter li at the steering the fairgrounds, were the school Ing booth space.
: First Methodist at 7:52 pjn. the 4 passengers Avenue across from Bradford ened of the stock gun room to open wheel on rlsht; hand, side: of hlliday which allowed the county; Myers said one solution being
: w.s.c.s. : le engine Cessna crashedin High School. the the new vchlcljs.: The door at Fire Destroys 4,000 students to attend, and the considered to solve the parking
register. problem is a shuttle bus system
wooded 11 miles southeast seventh annual
a area Strawberry Queen
the driver's sdo! slides open.
t Saturday. April 18 of Palatka in freezing wea- The two men escaped last Wed- two After taking left the foot contents, headed the instead ewl.nging.: ani there Holley Grocery Beauty; Pageant at which Miss from the downtown area.
men on Other matters brought to the '
A search for the with Elaine Lovorn of
tlier. 8 Keystone
plane was nesday night, April an '
: 9 A.M. To 4 P.M. Adkins Street. are two larg: baggage doorsat
conducted but it was not until undisclosed amount of cash. east on the rear. Don Eerie handles Holly's Grocery ft Market on Heights was crowned queen FrIday attention of the Governors were:
about 10:30 the following morning Road was completelY night. -Myers notation that last week
: : The store manager declinedto Old Lawtey
Half Moon Hotel the other city rout
: that the wreckage and the two The two robbers, each in the reveal the amount of cash .destroyed! 'toy fire of un was National Chamber of Com-
Attendance at the Rotary Club'sannual
Building : surviving teenagers were found. 20-25 age bracket, entered the taken as a matter of company The vehicles are p;)were bya determined origin about 2:30: Rural-Urban Daywasalsothe merce Week. ,
a 1 18 W. Call St. The suit for damages in the market at 10:20: p.m. when the policy. four- 'Under Chevrolet m> a.m. Mcnday. -That the industrial solicitation -
highest ever, Myers said,
.. federal court was concluded recently cashier, Janice Alvarez, was In tor anj:! have:: automatic transmissions. Aaron Holly, proprietor) said with 1,100 eating the campaign of the Florida J
.. : with the negotiated settle- the stock room, according to Chief Fuqua said the armed They are the f.fsS that all stock and fixtures, as free chicken persons dinner. That topped Crown Council of Chambers of
ment. Since the Christoffers lived Police Chief Ken Fuqua. robbery Wednesday night was the t\\') \government owned< vehicles well as the buUd'ng': were destroyed Commerce has been canceled
last 100
year's figure by over
G'e! '
I CUmmumty in Bradford second in which Mrs. Alvarez until fall due to present state
County,probate matters
i ; I ever os"lsne l t3 t; the S'arke and that the loss was dinners.
emerged one
came before Bradford County When the cashier has been the victim. of Inactivity; in the area.
state Jant.A..r. : ; Judge Theron Yawn. of the robbers pointed a sawed- PO on a perminent: : basis. only partially: \ covered by In The 1970 Fair is evidently a -That the Chamber office is
off shotgun at her and ordered The case is under Investigation Other mail! veh cle have been surance. financial success, Myers told working on an industrial bro- 1
I ._ vd u. : Mrs. Christoffers charged In her to stay In the stock room, by both the city police and coirutted: : from auto: companion Holly( \ said that because Of the Governors. Official figures chure of the county; with repre-

.1...... ... c:.... her lawsuits that the pilot was the chief said. the Bradford County Sheriffs Postmaster Curl Hazen ill health, he dll: not plan to on the fair finances are not sentatives of the Seaboard Coast
.t.tiTlII"'d; negligent and that Black Indus- The other robber, the chief Department. says. reopen the business. in yet, he said, but he was jud line Hallroad.I .

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i Of Interest To. i Here FridayAlpha ras Hears Judge YawnThe

Nu chapter of Delta education department of
i Kappa Gamma, International the Junior Woman's Club was
WOMEN I honor society for women educators In charge of the program at
W met Friday night' fl fla the meeting Monday night of
: April 10, In the Middle' School. last week.

......................X>lady..'Mooty' : Phone 964-76u8, ..................: The program Chill' : In"The Our Society Disadvantaged Mrs.the Harry guest speaker Omen ,introduced Judge:

--.1.1a Little] Women Today" was under the direc- Theron A. Yawn who told 'of
Mrs. Hall Discusses
tion of the program chairman, the need for a plan to help the
Elect OfficersFor Pollution ThreatAt Mrs. Lucille Payne. dependent children of Bradford
The. refreshment table, overlaid County. Discussion of a Foster
New YearThe Woman's Club with a white linen cloth Parent plan for the commun-
'was centered with a mixed ity was presented.At .
Little Women's Club Mrs. E. A. Hall chairman .arrangement of spring flowers. the May 2 banquet the
met Monday evening to elect of International Affairs, spoke: The meeting room contained following officers will be in-
new officers lor the cominz at the Starke Woman's Club a. low bowl of red roses and tailed for the coming year:
year. meeting Wednesday afternoonof an arrangement of red amar- Mrs. James Lawson, president:
The nominating committee 'last week. ;yllis. Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua first
1 :presented the following elate: "It Takes Two-The Manufacturer p i The president. Mrs W. H. Patsy Lee JonesToWedMr.Elixson ,vice-president; Mrs J. C.
president, R&byn Warren; vice- and the Consumer," Hart conducted:! the business Dukes, second vice-president;
presl&nt:! Linda Haas; record- explaining the seriousness of meeting and Mrs. L. A. Can. Mrs. John Bradley, secretary;
ILiti Ing secretary, June Hardy; the polutlon problem ova led group If\ntr.\ Mrs. Bertlce J. Jones of Mrs Linda: Kay Johns, treasurer -
corresponding: secretary De- Miss Della Rosenberg' president df Refreshmentswere served Ralfard announces the engage- ; and Mrs. V. J. Spengler.
:nise Winkler and treasurer, presided over the business by members from Bradford and approaching marriage .senior sponsor.
Kitty Hazen. ; meeting when plans for -_.... ..__ ....-.... --- County. Members :from Baker tnent of her daughter Patsy Hostesses for the evening
l s 1FS.t the May Breakfast May 13, and Union counties Also at- Lee, to Henry Alfred Ellxscn. were Mrs. J. C. Dukes' Mrs.
------- Plans were discussed, for the !were discussed. FIVE GENERATIONSFive tended.' ton of Mr. and Mrs. H. ElIze Sanders and MrS. Ron-
annual slumber party to be Mrs. Gerald Tucker was accepted P. EUxson of Worthington aid Verlcuzlo.
Mosley-Wynn held In May at the Johnson for membership.The .;
Generations Springs. --;k-
of the family of the late :
Engagement ToldMr. Lake cottage of Cindy Strick following names of new Jake UDC To Observe Miss Jones laughter! of the
land. Denise Winkler is chair officers for 1970-71( were pre. Sapp are represented in above photo raph. Seated are late Billy C. Jones. is a. 1969 Mrs. Bill Chambers, president
and Mrs. Edward Mosley man of the planning commit sen ted and accepted: Mrs. Mrs Jake Sapp (left) and her daughter, Mrs. Raleish Memorial Day graduate of Union County of the Junior Woman's Club and
oe>( Mlddleburg announce Uw tee. John Sanders, president: Mrs. Conner. Standing are Mrs. Conner's daughter, Mrs. 26W. High! School and Is attending Mrs. James Lawson president-
Sunday April district
elect, attended president's
Olin White, first vicepresident -
and approach Kenneth Coleman her Lake Junior: !> College Mr.
engagement Mrs. F. W. Strickland, sponsor ; Mrs. M. A. Payne, second ; son, Gary Coleman, and grand- City council at the tome of
ing marriage of their daughter Harold urged as many membersas vlce-pre.'iijent: ; Mrs. Joe sop, Gary Coleman II. T. Weeks chapter UDC Elixson Is 1968 graduate of district director, Mrs. Alban E.
Kiizabeih, to Tommy possible to be present at - - - -- will observe Southern Memorial Union County High Brooke in Jacksonville on Sat-
Valinski, corresponding secretary ---
of Mr. cad Mrs. -- - ..weddlnwill be an
Wynn son the annual May Breakfast 'of and Mrs. Willie Mae day on Sunday April 26, at The urday. Co-hostess of the meeting
Ossle Wynn of Starke. the senior club to assist in Denton; treasurer. Girl Scouts Enjoy 4 p.m. at the Memorial/ monument event of May 15 at 8 p.m. in was in-coming Junior district -
attended Orange Church Rai--
Mosley : the First Baptist
serv!ng. In Crosby Lake\ Cemetery director, Mrs. Justin Mont
social hour Ui4
Park High School:: :: and Mr. During the LOCAL BRiEFS ford. All friends and relatives
Bradlord Father Eiward:! Kirby of the hostess committee served All-Day OutingAt gomery of Ponte Verda Beach.
Wynn graduated:! from 'are Invited to attend.
Catholic Church interesting Rev. DeWitt FanCbee, pastorof
gave an strawberry pic and coffee In
High in 1968. Mr Wynn Camp NeyatiOver ---
discussion of problems the First! United Methodist
serving in the the sunroom. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrookand
Is presently facing the American 160 Girl Scouts and Church, will speak.The Hospital Auxiliary METHODIST WSCS
Vietnam. Mrs. Pam Dickerson, BUS
Army In youth of today! and Lhe Is Invited to attend
{government's public PLANS RUMMAGE SALEA
The wedding will take place leaders attended an all-day Biology teacher,accompanied ten To Elect OfficersThe
Saturday. May 9, at 8:30: Involvement. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Tillman Scout outing Saturday, April BUS students to the Florida State including the descend rummage sale sponsored
the Midileburg:! Church ol Dorisann Spengler served refreshments I of Fort Pierce were last Wed- 11, at Camp NeyaU on Kinjs- Science Fair In Pensacola from ants of Confederate veterans.In Bradford County Hospital !by the Methodist WSCS will
following the meet. the event 'of rain, the /the hell:! Saturday from 9
God. I nesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ley Lake. Wednesday to Saturday Auxiliary will elect new a.m.
ing. 'W.H. Graham. The event was planned by program will be held In Fellowship officers at their general meet- to 4 p.m. on the first floor of
local Girl Scout leaders, Woo Mrs. W.W. Hood was the guestof Hall of the MethodistChurch :! log on Monday, April 20, at the Half Moon Hotel on Call
Andes Dr. and Mrs. Robert Mick- on N. Walnut Street. street.
gether with Miss Kay 7:30: p.m. In Methodist: Fellowship -
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vities. The large group of
Scouts Included Brownies Juniors Mrs. Katie Wimberly under- SENSATIONAL\
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Starke, Lawtey, Raiford, and Alachua General Hospital.
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Mrs. Cecilia Young nurse Herbert Thomas.
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with Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs. Libby Mc- __, : .
Mrs. Hudson. Mrs. Hudson had Daniel In Gainesville honoring I
I Miss Janis Parker fiancee of Ii i
been visiting her mother Mrs. o ,
Mike Smith. The Parker-Smith
II Green, and family for ten days.
wedding will be an event of Saturday

I Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp April 18 at 7:30: pjm. "i
in the First
: visited Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Egg Baptist Church In
Gainesville.Mr. .
I gars and family In Jacksonvilleon ,

'. Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Paul Paulk and The Great ,'

I and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and daughter, Becky, and Clifford
Paulk of
Daytona Beach
Mr. and Mrs.Tully Norman spent
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.

....... Homer Sterns In Tavares. Dave Paulk.

........ Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson Mower
Charley E. Johns was In
Riverside Hospital last week Jr. of Baltimore, Md. were \ 1

where she underwent minor sur- Saturday and Sunday visitors of \
Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Sr. e
AlanSAP vislttng the Rlchardeons
Mrs. H.G. Bellinger and daughters from Monday to Friday are Rev;; Giveaway
and Mrs. R.E. MacBlain of Apa-
Mary and Martha, were lachicola.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allison

--. Douglas in Gulfport, Miss from
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams .
Saturday to Monday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs.\ Marvin Brown, and from (left) Jennifer, Jason, and attended the State Farm Insur
ance convention in
Jody Las Vegas,
and Mrs. Crosby Dawklns
Nev. last week.
They also visIted
and daughter, Paula, and Mrs.
the Grand Canyon and Hoover
W.B. Brannen
of Jacksonvillewere
Triplets ThrivingBy Sunday guests of Mr. and Dam. rI

Mrs. W.H. Nollman.Mr. .
James Barron is a medical
Barbara Hill patient in the Alachua General \ \
and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand Hospital. _

Marvin and Judy Brown proudly and washing added up to a 24- the doorwav at each of the threeas family the weekend were in Willistonover Miss Evelyn Sinclair of Mercer _
visiting her
listed two sons and a daughter hour-a-day job. Both boys were
they :u* born, he was callIng -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.E. University; Ga. was
their 1970 census, remembering on an every-three-hour mealtime
on tia'parents when another expectant Smith. home for the weekend.
well that a year ago when they came home, and by father said, "Hey, they H.W

they wouldn't have dreamed of that time Jennifer was eating found another one!" he droppedthe Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wayne Blankenship and Miss
Walley of
being parents of healthy and beautiful every four hours, but Dr. S.K telephone! Seems like the Jacksonville of Mr. and Kathy Wilson of the University;

l six-weeks-old triple* Sanders, their pediatrician, told whole procedure would be enoughto Jerome Johns at Mrs. of Georgia spent the weekend
Crystal Lake.
The little girl Jennie c- Mrs. Brown 'to v t' 'm and make the proud father act with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wil .

ger than either of ounce at feed them all at once, to give like the cartoon-image of the Mr. and Mrs. James Cash and liams. ( -
birth ((5 pounds, 10 is herself a little: breathing (or expectant father! family of Orlando _
now up to nine pounds five ounces sleep) time in between. Curious about what goods and end with her parents spent Sen.week and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid is visiting .

; Jason, the smallest of the services the Browns might have Mrs. Charley Johns. Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Hoppein
Jennifer is the blond, as ofi.ow
boys, weighed three pounds, nine received (free gratis) as a result Tampa this week.
and both her brothers have
ounces at birth, and has gainedto of I asked
having triplets, Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Normanof
dark hair, lots of It, and curly
six and Jody Mr and Mrs. John Greene
pounds eight ,
; fin- what had been offered to them Lake City; spent the weekend
when they're bathed. They
four pounds, three ounces at along this line. But it seemsas with her mother, Mrs. Martha and son visited her parents Mr.
birth, now weighs seven pounus, ished their first restriction per- if there have been no fancy Moore. and Mrs. ILL. Chancey, InMont-
iod of no visitors at all for six
eight ounces. baby carriages built for three, icello over the weekend.
weeks, but the doctor told themno FREE MONTEfe\
"This comes of using more free added their \
children should visit for the no rooms to Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen and
than a case of Similac every first six months."I home, and no cribs or layettesin family were In Nassau from Friday Mrs. Jane Anderson of Tampaand
their mother laughs. Mr. and Mrs.
five days, triplicate. They did get threeof to Monday. Grady Cooper
because we'd
don't like It
"It takes 11 cans of powder to the sample kits of baby products of Daytona Beach were Saturday
love to show them off, Mrs.
make a batch of formula- and pamphlets given to Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel visitors of Mr and Mrs. !
Brown says, "but the doctor with your new International Cub Cadet Tractor
anda Jack
bottles- last about a day every new mother at Alachua of Tallahassee were last Wednesday Trawick.[ The Trawicks are
feels It's much safer this way,
halfplus a $50 Investmentin and we do want to keep them General Hospital, and three packets to Sunday guests of Mr. residing in the Merritt Williams That's right! You get a FREE Inter. time only-so stop in today select
the bottles and equipment duplex on KIngsley Lake
from a baby food temporarily
company, and Mrs. Ben Rowland. They all
healthy! tional when Cub Cadet from six models
The triplets, whose feeding The time schedule hardly allows consisting of eight jars of baby visited St. Augustine on Satur rotary mower you purr a new ,
times Just stretched from four food and four of cereal, topped chase a new International Cub and get your rotary mower .
to five hours apart last week, for extra rocking and soothIng with An- Julian E. McRae has been designated
a baby feeding spoon. day.Mr. Cadet lawn
a sick baby, but so farthey've and garden tractor performance-matched to famous
also have cereal and baby foods other gift was a couple of cases and Mrs. R.L. Spenglerof as a member of Life
with every other feeding, all been very healthyand of Similac presented through St. Augustine were visiting Insurance Company of Georgia'stop now! This offer is good for a limited Cub Cadet power at
"drinking" the solid foods froma good. just concernedthat their docotr. Lt. Col. and Mrs. V.J. Speng honor organization,the Pres-
I don't have time to cuddle
bottle with a large-hole nip- And so we leave them. ler from Thursday to Monday. ident's Club. lie earned membership
ple and a plunger-type bottomto them but the doctor told" us to the 300 diapers a week, consigned in the elite group by I

keep suction. This seems to not to spoil them anyway, she to the faithful washer- Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Barry vis- his outstanding service and leadership YEAR 'ROUND VERSATILE

work better than a spoon, so told me. dryer; to the endless feeding, ited his parents Mr. and Mrs. during 1969. ,
No will
far, Mrs. Brown says. doubt the grandparents burping, changing, and bathing... W.H. Barry Sr., In Newberryover
do all the and
[ cuddling spoiling Vickery Lowell TIME SAVING POWER IS YOURS!
'Burping the babies while they and to how many more sleepless the weekend. Terwillegar
they can, however. Mrs.Brown'sparents
is time-con Motors will be
are eating more nights of fogging through the among Ford
awning than the feeding itself, are Mr. and Mrs. Julian heating-the-botUe routine. Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. Dean dealership salesmen honored for INTERNATIONAL 'i;";it.

she addsthree eat at once, McRae, and Mr. Brown'sparents et ,, cetera. Hansen and Mrs. Earl Voyles their outstanding sales performances -
and/or night"' and if two are Mr. and Mrs. Gil. h. during 1969 at n n (D) '
day et cetera. attended a church meeting in a banquet 't 0. .
of them are feeding the babiesat bert $ Brown. The triplets havea Jacksonville Saturdav after in Jacksonville on April 18. Outstanding MOW

once, the third gets his or great-great grandmother 90, LOCAU5- noon. salesmen will receive lJ!: l.E) SNOW
hers with the bottle propped up who lives in Rhode Island, six membership pins for the 300-

shifting to a shoulder by turns; great-grandparents, and four Mr. and Mrs. Ron Alton and Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Nor 500 Club during the banquet. f \ r .- Till
children of Palatka Sunday HAUL
for a burp then back to the bottle. grandparents, so they may well were man visited Mr. and Mrs. D.N. Miss Joyce Allen attended the LI2.J E1f
tr nng-lived, If heredity; counts visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Denmark Sr. in Jacksonville Saturday graduation of Pvt. Lex Johns LJ"LIt DOZE

Jason, Jennifer, and Jody were something on that score. Rlteh. basic Jackson SEED
from training at Fort ,
A, B, and C on February 23, Saturday night was the cou I TRENCH '-, .
ple's first "night out" since five Stevie Edwards visited Mr.and S.C. last Friday. Pvt Johnsis LAWN ANDGARDEN .
the day they were born In Ala- Mrs. Pearl Colson of Green
continuing his training at Tort LOAD
weeks before the babies were Mrs. Jerome Edwards and familyin > I'
chua General Hospital and. oddly Cove Springs visited her sisters '
; Sill, Okla. Enroute home Miss
born, and they celebrated witha Naples from Wednesday to ind tfoitnt ofotfitrjobtl
enough, their names snow 11-'1 Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs. Allen spent Friday night with .
movie while the McRaes Sunday. j
my same twelve-year-old alphabetical order brother"It toon to Earlier that day, the familyhad Twelve members of the First Ella Moody, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Bennett In \ x

this out "Mrs.Brown gone to have pictures madeof Christian Church youth group Jacksonville. TRACTORSWITH
point says. Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson and j
the babies, end this becomesan spent Saturday and Sunday in
Jason and Jody the boys, the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdalewere Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks-
Lakeland where attendedthe
Browns think may be identical, involved process: Mrs.Brown they at Florida Caverns dale had weekend QUICK
camping as guests: Mr. (
Passion Play Saturday night. ATTACH IMPLEMENTS!
seats herself between two pillows
but far their difference in
so. State Park last Wednesday
and Mrs. Oliver Murray and /

size has made them eiisy to tell by one in, Mr.the back Brown seat brings, and one out and They Mrs.were J.C.accompanied Brown, Miss by Bet.Rev. to Friday. daughter, Melody, of 8t, George ( _____________
apart. Jason was the last to come S.C., Mr. and Mrs. James W. '
the babies from the house to ty Jane Morgan and Mrs. J.M.
home, at three weeks, before he Miss Ginger Baldwin of Tilt Home Jr. and daughters of Gulf
Edwards Jr.
reached the five-pound size requirement the car, one for each pillow College and Mrs. Jimmy Hall Breeze, Mr and Mrs. RichardC. 4
and for mama's
and Jody stayed in one lap. Newmanand and daughers of Gainesville were Williams and children of New
Mr. and Mrs.
off looking for all the Jimmy
the hospital for 16 days. Jennifer world like go the lady seated in children of Pompano Beach visiting their parents Mr. and Port Richey, and Bobble Sue
came home with her mother Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr., duringthe and Robby Barksdale of FSU.
the weekend with her
the center of the back seat is spent parents
four days old and so the parents weekend. all attended the
They weddingof
directing the chaffeur in front Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cle- /
have had staggered homecomings William L, Homo to Joan
about the the mons.
Reminiscing day
(also staggering, when you Mrs. N.K Hurst returned to Leach at Laura Baptist Church
contemplate the job!!) triplets were born, Mr. Brown her homt ji Indianapolis, Ind. Saturday night. .
says he called the doctor, saying Mrs. T.D. Dyal returned Sa'urday 1
Even with both
grandmothers after six weeks visit with last Wednesday after several I
"I'm Judy Brown's wife... (
assistance, schedules of feedIng weeks visit with her mother, Local admittances to Bradford
In the waiting room after the her daughter, Mrs. Joe F.Eller- (
bathing, diaper-changing, bee in Panama City. Mrs. W.S. Slade, and sister, County; Hospital this week Include -i-t:
nurses had let him look through *cLPll.Jt .
-.-....... Mrs. Clyde Sinclair.Mr. : : Maxie Griffls, Mrs. Mar S ; ; .
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to Thursday.Mr. dill and George E. Scrowell,
Starker Mrs. Eva Stafford and

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Unaon. and Tony IMoone. first annual style bow poo-
taxpayers about this dangerousand Chamber Manager John Myers; Seven chapter, Baker County. cored !by the advanced anti

expensive legislation and urgently reported to the governors that Union County. West Nassau. adult basic clothing! classes at CATALiNA The Summer Face Of Fashion
request that you vote t, Rep. Fuqua replied to the Cham- RlUlard Junior Chapter S the Brmdfor' defeat the guaranteed Tram er's letter that he Is "as concerned atti, the Callahan Junior Chapter Crater this Sunday April 18, with thenewest
proposaleven If you must vox as we are" and probably fcesldes) the two Bradford !! at S p.m.
against the entire bill, and sen will vote against the legislation. chapters, competed in 'the tank topIn
It back to conunltte for anothe con- About 40 different -outfits win
try at writing reasonable welfare Sen. Holland replied In "D bu- taste. be modeled by the students :
legislation." Next Friday April 24. thiBnufftnxf 'who made them. 3ft* show la
lous" terms, Myers said,stating printed .A
chapters 'will hoe planned: on the school lawn
he hadn't studied the legislation:
although basically opposed to the the District PTA Contest. The or will be held Inside the Cotton k j I
Auto Strikes
district consist.: of 24 chapters eafeteri in
concept of guaranteed Income.: case of ralh. knit,
No reply from from Nasau County south to The parade of fashions will I
Kills CowWorst Sen. Gurney,Ayers said. Marion' County. feature attire for all occasion, Its 4e-s. :
TIle National Chamber federation Mike Tew. David: StelnakerJ according to Mra. Ruby A. under* i
.and Ralph Morgan. win '-. .
casualty; in two wrecks has proposed to Congress Thomas Jnotructar: of the
reported the week of April 1-7 that Instead of being given an Bent' the Bradford Sento elaxs !who In directing the shirt
by the Florida Highway Patrol Income guarantee, welfare families Chapter In the district-com-: how. cut
should be given incentives petition;; .There la
was a tow: hit and killed on no admission
SR-18 at Brooker. to train for Jobs that will make charge ej>,,4 the .public !*. emphasizedby
Walter Douglas W, driver of them self supporttrg.: Grandad MoccasinYoung urged to attend soft
the 1965: Rambler which struck It Is a fallacious assumption> BBS Honor
the and his wife, &the Chamber says, to assume scallopedtrim.
cow David
: Gaines, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
&the formula of an income guarantee -
received minor Injuries In the
accident but were not hospitalized. will be an Incentive to Students Named Gaines of Starke, seems somewhat awed while viewingthis Give Today a r
people to get off welfare. 5 foot 3 inch Cotton Mouth Moccasin, killed Wed- The dollars you give to the With It,

According toTrooperS.P.Bur nesday afternoon by Willie Wright of Lincoln City American Cancer Society during the classic:,
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of cancer death among a .
front cause Joann Salter, Janet Sapp, Vicki today. easy care
the of the automobile was
American men. Best tip yet Smith Rebecca road and running into a nearby pond.
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Sen. And Mrs. TomSlade Injured Rainfall Light In Past Week has Since averaged January, 28.80 1 the Inches count of

Bradford County got off reInUyebr falling during the period.! mill to date, more than doublethe

In Plane Crash At TallahasseeSen. v +.R r 4 z S i k I1 ryN light In 'the' rainfall April 7-13. The ccunty: avrrate? .. 50 year average for the
department during the past -was reported as .86 Inch. same period. I
Tallahassee' 'work with lc\ui Limn an Inch .". ''r'''' _... -- r ,...r ....-u--- !-.01
Tom Sliwte of Jacksonwllle were returning to ..
and hig wife, Corlirs, from a Republican fundraising raDIIIIII -/IroJIII/
were Injured early Tuesday dinner! in St. Petersburg.
morning when a light plane In ;when the accident occurred FLORIDA THEATRE ,
'which they were passengers about 1:15: a.m. In a planting
Washed on approaching the /ef young pins trees) a mile oraD 1 1 4 L howtlme-WHkd.aYII 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Satuf'j"l( tH)
fog-ahroudsd. Tallahassee alr short of the airport run- DltfE1N '
port. /way. -
Also.] Injured: were ben Bill Slade eat!! that the plane, a:
twin-engine I
Young of St.! Petersburg, and Piper Navajo.
the pilot Hilllard< Dutoolae., of started clipping: Port Lauderdale, 'who remains small pine trees as they came APRIL 17, 18, 19
la serious condition.Sen. In for the Binding. He said! It 1
Slade suffered first and hit the ground and bounced. I Ia ___ .r William Faulkner Pulitzer PrizeWinningNovel
second degree burns about his along for some distance, and "The Reivers' is film!
.... now a
face .and hinds, while Ms wife then he jumped:! up and tried -- -- -- -
sustained extensive> ,burns on to open 'the! door at the rear
!her shoulders:!. and arms, some of the cabin, but the safety b ):
burns about the face, and chain held. Seeing!! flames Library Week Observed With Art ShowThe BU&LLITCatch&
coming from the tall section.
multiple contusions: and. abra-
lalons of the fa.ce and lower Slade -went forward and kicked Bradford County Library's!" annual art show is being held April
;! 'out the emergency exit window 12-18 in observance of National Library Week. \
tegs.Sen.. Slade and Sen. Young and helped his wife out Mrs. Cliff Hazen and Mrs. Phillip Clark pose with paintings by
onto with fol r
'were expected: 'to be released )owing a wing Young artist Millard Judd. A large/ display of paintings/ by several local artists *$ tr
from the hospital Thursdays, 13() I
but MM. Slade and the pilot! The pilot then came diving and an assortment of ceramic pieces by Mrs Mildred Ftoncher are l '
'will require longer. confine through the window, hittingthe on display at the library's annual art show. AECtYLF)
ment, Slades and causing themto "Look It Up In Your Funk & Wagnall" i is the theme of National
The Slades and Sen. Young fall from the wing to the Library Week in 1970.
around. Slade said it seemed
only a epllt second: later that .. .
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FARM AUCTION 'the plane. Shine Raid Griffis, and Clifford Yarborough, The defendants appeared before Steve Boon
One engine and the wheels were charged Monday, April 6, Bradford County Judge them McQueen plays
Saturday J.H.April riolt County 25.11 A.M. were lost as the aircraft plow Nets 3 ArrestsThree with possession of a still and Theron Yawn that same day. The both.
Montlc.llo,Hondo ed through about,! 100 yards of possession of mash and wort. public defender was appointedto in"The Reivers'Panatnlon'&Technlcoloc
.25 Muss, lad of'Tollahc tSaU .. Charges were filed by State represent them and a pre- ..:YI
trees. The other engine and men face liquor char- ......._ ..... _
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Fri- 'GP' A Cinema Center Films Presentation
Beverage Agent L.K. Brown,who liminary hearing was set I "
tocotiont, 2 miloi won of Mon the 'usllage were left a melted ges after a raid on a moon- .
17, at 2 ANatlonalGeneral Pictures Release ,, .. ;;;;:..... ..
ttc.llo on Hwy. 90; Turn South' on and twisted mass of wreckage.The shine still located about five conducted the raid along with day April p.m. i .i mto ..'
Slot. Rd. US (Lloyd Rd)(or 7 mil.. crash was the second: miles east of Lawtcy early last federal agents and deputies from Knowles and Yarborough were ,.. L'.. oj.----: .
to Ctrelo Y Ranch own.d by Oscar week. the Bradford Sheriff's Depart- .released under $1, each -, Rt. 3. Bon 11>2. Monhc.llo, Ph. unusual air experience for .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .
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Bill Wilson Fordyce Describes. Bradford FourthIn :

THERESSABy SFJC FacilitiesAt Assistance
t v .t Elected
I Dorothy Mfflj i T e MI ;l Rotary Club During: March \ .
Lions HeadW.
Phone 4734513 Designing Its courses to meet Bradford County was fourth
fltSr v v,. the occupational needs of students In District 5 in the amount of .
; (Bill) Wilson was. elected rather than traditional money received In public assistance
HOPE: BAPTIST CHURCH *j>reslde Telephone 4734188. Sunday .; r airk Lions Club at the semimonthly of Santa Fe Junior College, Dr. this county, 1,249 clients r
School 10 a.m.; Morning Worship # meeting Thursday, April 9. Joseph W. Fordyce head of the received $43.591( for the month.
7:15; Wednesday evening .dr junior college at Gainesville,told In Union County. 473 persons:
ki0 Other officers: elected at this members of the Rotary Club
with choir
Prayer Service, 7:30, :received:. $18,274: Baker County -
practice afterward. time were: Charles Zipperer Wednesday. 46S received $16,496: and
1st vice president; H. Merritt Dr. Fordyce showed color Clay County, 1,243 received ,
NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB ; Ely 2nd vice president and slides and facilities of the collego's 33878.
The New Life Bible Club, for : i I chaplain; Tom Jackson, secret four divisions..East Center Counties In District 5 receiving -
students In grades 1 through 6, ; ary-treasurer: Oeoras Brown, West Center North Center more than Bradford
meets each Monday after schoolat tail twister; L. C, Humphries and Lincoln Center-- which are 'were Alachua an4 Putnam,,,
"Children's Cha Lion tamer Inman D. Green ;
mobile ;
In use until the new campus has
McRae of Starke
pel" at Hope Baptist Church. end. N. L. Woof( burn Judiciary facilities near 1-75, north of Julian E.
... ,...... committee: Bob Firth D. W. Gainesville, are completed. He County Truck been designated as a member of Life
SYMPATHY Whlffen, !Marc Jackson A. H. said that students completing two Insurance Company of Georgia's top
Mrs. Cora Lee, of : Harley, Warren Winkler and years at SFJC have generally Stolen, FoundA : honor organization, the President'sClub.
died Friday. Funeral Maxie Carter, Jr., board of de- records when to
good they go on county truck a 1963 Dodee. He earned membership in the
held at
and Interment were rectors full unlverlsltles, such as the
was stolen from the USO elite his outstanding ser
Brien on Sunday afternoon, in University of Florida.Dr. group by
the sympathy of the ; wall Brian Hamilton, a. new mem Building on Temple Avenue vice and leadership during 1969.
is with her grandson, J.J. ber. employed) wUh Stump's Fordyce was Introducedby over the weekend but has As a reward he and his wife will
of Theressa, and other three ap- bept. Store, was Initiated Into S.G. Denmark, a memberof !been recovered stuck at the receive from the company an all-ea
the Joint Advisory Committee end of Thompson Street by
bers of the family. the club.
Sympathy Is also : Mrs for the Junior college whichIs city police. pense paid trip to the Bahama's by
the family of W.H. Beahler, Visiting the club. at this designed to serve students In Patrolman Pat Henry eald air.
died Sunday after a long F. tUne 'were three members Bradford and Alachua Counties the truck was taken by unknown
his from Palatka, Including: Lee The program was In chargeof persons sometime: be-
GOOD WISHES D. Holloway. who Ls. candI- Guy Andrews, chairman of tween Saturday morning and ,
The good wishes of the orig date for District; Governor. the SFJC board of trustees Sunday night: .. . . . . . . . .
munity; are with Mrs. !' the
Sullivan, who is a (later
Room 561 at University; "!
Center Hospital In

best wishes to Miss the
via Dodd, who graduated
registered nurse April 15
range Memorial Hospital In

lando.Also to Mr. and Mrs.
bert Cloversettle on their
wedding anniversary on

11.PERSONALS Mr and Mrs. Rupert 1 1

of Gainesville were guests Pa'L
hi, brother-in-law and sl
Mr,"and Mrs. J.D. Griffis, !
the first half of this week !
i Mr. Zeigler was serving as :
structor at the school for : .
officers at Raiford.
f Mr. and Mrs. Percy
of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs.
land Sullivan, and Miss 1Y liaw
Mills, were lunch and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,
Sullivan Jr. on Sunday.
Sunday afternoon visitors
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Phillips : the one
her aunt and uncle Mr. parentlal
Mrs. Harry Jeter of a.
and Mrs. Jeter's daughter.Rev. Is the ef
Fred Dodd visited ,girls one YM
son, John Dodd, in :! childish
last week.
on beng! _
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert man-. -.W. -
settle were )in Palatka last
nesday afternoon on
Mr. and Mrs. James are $1.00 ',
Cindy and Jimmy attended $1.23 ;for
5th anniversary observance
the Shiloh Youth Ranch at class will
Beach on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Jr. and Rusty; visited his HAVE' IT ,
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Office J
van, and her brother-in-law Equip
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer County G
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1 BOOKSAT Board Of Inquiry Into Hunger; "The children enjoy the libra : I -
Culture And Commitment- HAMPTONBy i
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The Measure al My Days- Scott- Early
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Lucy Church, Amiably-..Stein; Children's Doctor--Smith; The LIBRARY REVIEWED Off Your Perch !
The White Crash Helmet--King; Twilight Of The Presidency- Approximately 300 new books
My Main Mother--Beckham; Bad Reedy; Decent And Indecent-- have been added to the library
Debts--Wolff; Man On The Mountain Spock. at Hampton Elementary School
-- Carroll; All Grass Isn't this year, making a total of Think ahead. Take
Green--Fair; Man On The Bench JUVENILE FICTIONS 1,800, slightly more than half -
In The Barn--Simeon; Facts Of --Belpre; Hee Haw-- the desired number by accreditation advantage of Car
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ADULT NON-FICTION Supermarket Sleuth-.Jordan; 1 prices now being
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The Body Has A Head--Eck Mystery On The Ranchero focus on books and reading offered on 32 differ-
stein; The Supervisor's Basic Grande Bischoff; Love In available. Students at the Hampton I ent models of room
Management Guide--Heyel; The Winter--Kim; The December School have two library perIods : '
Conquistadors Innes Above Dog--Robinson. air conditioners!
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And Below--Sandburg; Lone Woman reading and one for checking i
--Wilson; Ethan Allen: JUVENILE NON-FICTION out and reading library books ; Twelve styles from
Frontier Rebel--Jelllson; Imaginary Origami In The Classroom-- not \
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Sheeter: Pueblo Incident--Gal- which includes audio-visual I
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Your Career In Interior Design- Florida Handbook 1969- In the library services at the- { SPECIAL wide range of
Doyle; Controlling Overhead-- 1970; Statistical Abstract Of The school. ; BTU' temperature setONLY'
Tipper; Twentieth Century Interpretations United States-1969; The Book Of I 19,000 s
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Garden Wins Tournament Softball Schedule ,!:

//I Thursday, April 167:30, WInn Ides; 9 pjn. Recreation Dept
ry, Dixie vs Lawtey; 9 p.m., The va Cunningham Gulf. !i
Profs Plaza Lodge.

Monday, April 2(- 7:30 Madison tey Tuesday vs Cunningham April 217:30 Gulf:, 9 Law pun. r""

;? After Losing First Game St. Church vs Starke Util Plaza Lodge vs Wins Dixie. I''

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Garden' Restaurant. '-" ,' S score of 13-8. Garden had

Own observers Starke's and.,counted completed out by a rough some two 13 base fclU. hits each five Uarou"players Rhon had DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I

climb from the loser's bracket ." JUt a home run.TOUKNAMENT. !

when they downed Gainesville STANDING STARKE
Southern Air In the chain oo-
Mp game of the First Annual 1. Garden Rest. 7 I PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE
Starke .Pre-Season XnvttaUonoi. 2. Gainesville Sou. Air 5 2
Softball Tournament. 3. Dixie- CCinr.. Sav. 3 2 -
4. 'Warren' Mot.. Jax 4 2'
The Garden, tn:Its first game '(':I".'. I 5. St. AUK: Moose 2 2 HEIGHTSPHONE
Thursday, Aj>rtt 18, was upset a.' Jax S. C. X. 1 2 473-3176:
7-5, by the Moose Club of St. 7. Orm. BCD. Otrtlcal 1 2
Augustine The loss .sent the 8. Patetks Aferch. 1:1:
eventual champions to the losers .. 9. Palatfca HuntLey 1 2 Strawberry Golf Tourney winner Jim Arnold, Lake

bracket and presented the i\, 10. Ormand V uetin'. 0 9 City, receives trophy and handshake from Tournament TRACTOR SALESBox
... W & D
team with ttie. task of '
Starke I I 11.' White Lions 0' Chairman John Watson. In center is Gene Laws, Cal-

finals fighting faced'tffielr with way the: back fact to that the .. ... 12.' Mftectemnr 0,. .2, lahan, who played Arnold to a J 110-tie, but lost In a

*ny loss would eliminate them sudden death play-off. 75- LaCrosse Fla. Ph. Alachna 462-2628
Champion of the first Starke
from the ourney. Preseason Invitational OLIVER TRACTORS
Falatfca Merchant: were >robe) o Softball Tournament is the Garden Restaurant teamof
first obstacle In the climb and. (kneeling 1-r) Jack Hazen, Emmett Akridge- Walt Arnold Wins 10 DIFFERENT SIZES

the Garden removed that club Edmondson, Robert Edmondson bat boy; Tommy
by virtue of 13-6 win. Tommy Clark, Stan Cotney, and Woody Strickland. TOWN & COUNTRY GARDEN TRACTORS
Clark paced the: Garden in this
Standing Marcus Rhoden Wayne McLeod Tom WITH MOWER ATTACHMENTSFrom
are ,
aIDe with three !bits.: Marcus/
Rnoden. Woddy Strickland, and my Malloy, Ronnie Thomas, Lynwood Kitchens, Jim Golf 7 to 14 Horse Power with Gear or

Jim GarUngton, had home runs. Beeler, Merrill Strickland, manager; and Jim Garl- Tourneythe Hydro Drive.
Gar 2n'* nexb) victim was Ington. '

their friendly: rive/Is, Ormand the Garden won in the bottomof hit a homer for Gainesville. Implements, Sidewinder Mowers, Holland
:Beach Optical. The Garden the seventh inning. Garden In the finals of didn't.treat ;them so friendlY. buthlt Gainesville 13.6 with the Garden exploded: in City's Jim Arnold came from with Arnold and Laws. (Saturday and remained:, playable John Blue, Ezee Flow, and Others.
whipping them: 145. Marcus Rhoden and\ Strickland: getting the sixth inning for eight runs nowhere to win the fourth an- Though Laws had to settle Sundiy despite an all
Rhoden led Gar'en hitting with three Hilts each. Claude Hardee to take the ctramploneriip. with nual Strawberry Golf Tourna- fop second place in the mntch night rain Siturday. Combine and Hay Equipment
four of the 21 hits. Home rune ment Tournament chairman forth
champlon here Sun
p he did win the first flight:'
were recorded by John Watson :! 1970! straw. !rry eventwas
and Jim Garllngton. day.Arnold Ronnie Tumlln Palatka, was John Watson: iris committee TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALT MAKES & MODELS
The Garden won its third Palatka WinsInvitational not even in the eighth in the championship: at members were! Her:'>T:> Herres. Calvin C. Williams and Raymond Dval
!game Saturday when It downed championship flight, tied Callahan 147.Fans club pro; Art Patray. ani:!: Ben''
Falatka Hunitley 182. Again '. Gene Laws at 140 for who followed the :Ataxlcy.
Garden: collected 21 hits, paced the 36 holes of regular play: match said that if Laws' put- I
by Wayne Mdcod's four hits. then won the title on the first ter had been hotter Arnold
Watson and Clark hit home hole in a sudden death play would' have never gotten a f t ,
I runs on Saturday) night, in a off. chance ,nt the 'title. SCOTT'SI
steady drizzle of rain, as the
Laws played: well for t hrea Arnold: a law: student was
eliminated Jacksonville's Palatka South Bradford'sbiggest Meet records established Fri-
Garden won
days, shooting a 69, 69, 71. given a handicap cf 6 and entered
Warren. Motets 8-3 utilizing track and field event day were:
,S with Woody Friday, Fred Grider of St. Augustine Mile Run- John Clark PKY. over the waekend. But the dou-\ In the first night. His
17 base hits
bte-boarled the hole had ,been off! recentlydue t tt
first in the game t Mobile Home Sales
Strickland going four for four repeated as Individual 4:33.3: Clark also finished sec
sudden death! to lack of practice.
match to loss
one .a home :run. John Watson high point man, and 12 new records ond in the 880-yard run In 1:59.6 the title.Arnold.
had ,a home run. were set at the Third behind another record breaker. Arnold was! also) 'a winner of r
Following this victory only annual Bradford High School In- 3,000 meter steeplechase-Glen drove straight down the first! flight John Gelb-rg!! ,
one team remains: between Gar- vitational. Allen, OP, 10:14.5.: Allen also the fairway twice to come Lake City was second at 150: Ask
Palatka South was runner-up placed fourth in the mile. 'Within four feet of the hole on t tt
den and oil shot at the championship John Watson, Stnrke. was t
against Dixie Chryslerof in the event last year, then cameon 440-Yard Relay-Palatka South, his second: shot, a beauty third at 154. while Mike Moses Charley _
Savannah. Garden rapped in 1970 to down two-time ::43.6.120Yard. :about lOS-yards straight down and Rev: Watson ''both of Lake
champion Orange Park 112 1/2- HH- James Rackley, the middle. Laws' dcubletO -
.out 14 base hits, led: by TommyClarks City tied for fourth and fifth E.
eliminated 104 to take the Invitational champ- Jax Butler, 143. He set two 8IPJJ4; 01 ooauno: w puq '
tore. and at 155. 'Mo!es wan fourth on
ionship. records in the meet. 8H 'Piou.iv10; }u .h1w
of) 61. ail j
Savannah by the score a matching of the cares t tt
Following this game Garden; Grider was high point man witha Two Mile RelayFlorida Deaf, uoj. clots' OMt i wotn; TUB'' jOSoq Johns t
and was win in the long jump, a second 8:27.2. hole but mUsed the four foot- Ron !
reached the aeml-fieals was on thsec;
place finish in the 120-yard high 440-Yard DashGary Baxley er and oettled for
: ;par.
faced. with: the task of defeating hurdles, and third place finishes OP, 50.5 seconds. ond ntRht at 160. Three SHrke About This Question:
Gainesville twice; to become In the high jump and 330-yard Mile WalkGeorge Miller, At 140 both Arnold and golfers Vernon Silcsx: M'ke
won the first game! 5-4 In a Intermediate hurdles. His triple D&B, 7:47.330Yard: Laws: were four under par on POSSIT, and Dale Carey\ tied at "The neighboring store t t
thrill packed ball game' which jump of 39-10 was a meet record DJ- James Rackley, the 7272.144 course in the 161 A matchlr of cards plac- was destroyed by fire. The
He had 21 1/2 of SA's 37 Jax Butler, 41.8. fastest field to every play in ed'' Silcox second, Fogg third, owner had $40,000 fire insurance -
Mj Neighbors points. 880-Yard RunBurney Gibson, Starke. and Carey fourth. but it will cost

Twelve schools entered the e- Palatka, 1:58.5.: Jack Riountree Lake. City Third niKlit; Mt t finishers $66,000 to rebuild. It also a SLASH ,
vent. Pole Vault-Joey Roberts,ninth and Stnrke's Harolj: Bishop
I- 'tl II'I' 1 I '" were:' IK) Bill S:lverth:>rn cost t $2.500 to remove the
II'j P.K. Yonge was third with 48 grader from Clay County; 12-6. shot I4S's but were sixth and
points, then came Jacksonville High JumpJoel Barnes,Bald- seventh places in too champ- Jacksonville. 118: : 2)) J. K. Don- debris for reconstruction.Can ,
Butler with 40 points,Clay County win 6-4. lonshjp. Bishop's 143 won the Rldson Cecil Pld.;!" 140: 3)) Wally a fire policy be en LIVING COSTS

38, St. Augustine 38, Live Triple Jump- Grider, SA, tournament last year. Clyde Muhlhc'sr Keystone, 142: dorsed to pay full replacement -
4)) George) R-Vrts. .Varke. 142! ,
Oak 31, Bradford High was eighth 3910. Terwlllegar 'Won 1968 title at : cost and debris re Beautiful Mobile Home Now
51> Jim Blalock. Starke. 143: Buy a
OP'S tied
"I with 29 1/2 points, Florida Hampshire the meet ISO but the same score didn't
thought it understood
was Deaf 22, Baldwin 17,Lake City 17, record of 23.2 in the 220yarddash. place him this year. 0)) A. A, Mans. Cecil Field O1o\'aI1" and SAVE! ,
would ,
fol. Jax Episcopal 8, and Bolles 2. 144; 7)) Steve S'mnwns.'' Stnrke,
low. Bradford High's 29 1/2 points Joey Combs, Jacksonville 146: 8)) Jim C'slnirton.! Key Charley E.
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came in the following events: and Steve Scrafford, Gaines stone. 147; f 9)) Don Shackleford, .
Tim Murphey's 6-0 high Jump, ville tied Jr record place in Kevstone 147. JOHNS AGENCY Phone 964-6657 U. S. :SOI Nortn
TREE Dori't CHOP.. which equalled his best Jump of the tourney. at 142, two under The Starke course was in t
the season. Crawford placed par. Combs won second placeIn 131 So. Walnut St.
DIG PULL fourth in the high lump for BUS a second cVath play-off on I. Phone 964-6070 murWouldn't
STUMPS with a leap of 5-8 his best this -R-- + _
330-yard intermediate hur- Jacksonville
The two-mile relay team of dles with a time of 44.6, his
If r Pbft{ STUMP/ Gjfetyf = ?
$ Allen Patz Larry Green, Rich- best to date in that event.
REMOVE THEM INf&fNSIVtlY)! .f. y ard Fill, and Buddy Paterson, Junior John Douglas placed second -
FREE ESTIMATES which placed third in 8:35.7: in the 100-yard dash in
CALL 376-1766 a new Bradford High School mark. 10.2. The first three finishers Business
: Malachi Henry, a freshman, were all timed at 10.2 but Clay's you
SAPP'S Goinuyil't.TREi / placed third In the triple Jumpat Christopher was Judged the winner -
SUHIi; NS' 39-6, breaking Gene Melvin'a PS's King was third in the
old Bits mark of 3810. tight race. Directory
Murphey also placed fourth in Larry Green at 10:45.4: and rather switch?

Leonard Garrett at 10:45.2: two
freshmen, placed fifth and sixth At'to' Sales and Service
in the two mile run.
TORO Tin Murphey, placing in his
third event, was sixth in the 120- Parrish Motors
e yard high hurdles at 16.4, his
fastest time of the year.


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LAWTEY Thomu 0.rt..u4.0"11'11I: X-rays Case Ne. !.. tm And For Bradford Co.n6y. -

Karen .. Henley MOHTOAOEIFORBCLOBtnta Oft I
Thelrna Jean K...... al. ? Cone,. Plaintiff I
Christine Knowle James. William Kooertaon. Jr. .ls- H. C. Con.v. .D..f..ndan'. I 1iowyoju
B7 E- BLtmhard Daniel IL KnowleeCatherine Bradford April 22- and Bertha Robertson his wits NOTICE bk" BUrr
/ ) M.: Kuha County 25 Plaintiff, v*. Linwood Rudolph Tot H. C. ConeyAddrem 1 ,NFf
r .. Martha L. Long Scare, and, Roger Henry Scarce, Unknown tiw R
Mar.vln Edward Noetrel .t al. Defendant You Are Hereby Notified' thatan !

CHURCH Minnie Le. Padnatt Pree cheat z.ft78 for everyone Lawter., Sam Brown's Store, action for divorce haa been I FURNITURE
Ruth H. Stewart NOTICE OP ACTIONTO filed against you and you are r rB7
Grace United Mathodlifc Sun. Walker I* JBtewart over 18 yean of cage -..m'lie 8 to 7:3 pin. : Roger. Henry Scarce .,quired. *o serve a cey of your '

Heeler K Thomas available in BnadfordrCountr -terke'Winn-Dixie, 11 a.m. Park Avenv wrlllen d...f.n..l..f. any to It. -
day School 9:45 ajn., Worship Horace Tyson Danville Virginia 14841 oa. Eugene F. Shaw, attorney
service U a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Albert Ty.ori. Jr. during the four-day to 2 p.m. and 3 to. e p.m. You Are Notified that an action for Plaintiff whore address I* 1 BILL WItNCN
MYF 6 WSCS Mary" Belle Tyson period. April 22-25. The service Saturday, April 25: to foreclose a mortgage on 141 West Call Street. P. O. Box met at the : 8Z091.: and 1
Elma W. WooriardJ. Stark Florida
the In Bradford
following *
Church on Tuesday evening of W. WoodardrRECINCT will' be provided:: tor OKI, Brad -Stark*, old Florida Bank County, .property..:; : file the original. with the Cleric 'j EVEN PILGRIMS[ ., :;

last week. NO.Jlenle ford! County Health Depart- building, 10 to 1 and 2 to S.Hellbronn of the abov-tyleil Court; on I or

First Baptist: Sunday School William B.B.Allen BarneS anent 'the Florida Division
9:45 ajn., Worship services II H. A. Barton Health and the TB ft RD As- \Store 11 to 2. of Wpo lawn Intersects the you for the relief demanded or '
Sandra Joan Bennett In the Complaint
a.m. and 7:30 pjn., Training Greta Bowen eoctattlon of Northeast Florida. -Star e Reno). Oak II Brownlee Road Northerly. Its and Boundary runVest of State Petition. ;t r

Union 6:30, Midweek services, George H. Bradley. Following la the schedule of Sta.. 3 to 8 p.m. the Northerly rlfht-of-way alone line Witness ml hand and the 1970.seal .;.: Frivolous clothes and comfortable/ furniline
10, :
Noonen March
M. Bradley said Court on ; -
Wednesday 7:30. unit In Brad All of said read a distance of >20 of ?
the mobile
Ethel ,JIa Brantley x-rs0': persons over u years of SEAL) :1 r
feet for a Point of Beclnnln ( wore taboo the Pilgrims at
Church of God: Sunday School Joseph A. Brantley ford County: age are urged to tnk, .lnnt..q. ,From the Point of Beginning Inman D. OreenA among ;
10 Barbara Joyce Ca.tnpore thus Clerk of acid Court ; PI) mouth. Chief offender in wearing too +.
a.m., Worship services II Richard B. Cauffman Wednesday Apr. 22: W this opportunity for a free described continue West Inman D. Green Clerk

a.m. and 7:30 pjn., YPE,Thurs Earl I Cheaeer -8tarke, Cadillac Uniform chest s-nay.r. line alone of the"aid Northerly road a. distance;way of By ,-1 U 4.11 <'t gay clothes was the parson's young wife

day 7:30. Mora Clark MfC. Co.. 8 to ':30 a.m. 104 ft: thence run Northerlyand .J who it's said wore "cork-soled shoes" and
Yvonne Roberta Conner rY
Highland Baptist:Sunday School Chester L. Crawford Starke Surplus Property parallel to the Easterly la Th* Court Of The C_.'r 1!' "whalebone in the bodice mid sleeves of
FlrUK. >
The Citrate. CourtOf Ths Boundary of said Lot 60 of Jailer, nrndford Couoty i
9:45 a.m., Worship services 11 Bobby Phlllo J.L. Cronkhltej Crosby. Warehouse: US 301 South 10 Eighth Jaelelnl Clrenlt<<; D( Woodlawn a distance of loa .. Prohata. I ar I her gown." r
aon. and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting, Carolyn Crosby. rlorlda. tm A.d For DrudfordConntr. feet thence run Easterly and In re: Estate of Dale O. Pen :'
to 11 a.m.Hampton. Civil ArtlOK No.' 'T"4 parallel to the Northerly rlhtofway D..eaKool. I S
Wednesday 7 Pirn followed by C.Marvaret A. T, DeCaroMallle Baker's Store. 12 Mary Elisabeth Craig Plain- line of said l State Road "TO All Creditors and Person
choir practice. tiff. v*. Andrew Huteon Crate. las distance of 104 feet ; thence Slaving Claims Or Demand t,
Daisy L.Dempsey Duncan noon to 3 p.m. ;Defendant.NOTICE. run Southerly and parallel to Atrnlnat Bald' E.tnt,,: i
Greea' Store 12 OF SUIT the East of said Lot of are .
David D. Duncan.F. -Brooker, Boundary You and each you
Friends of A.H. Harley Jr. M Garrett TO: Andrew Hutson Craig, 10 of Woodlawn, a distance of hereby: notified and required. opresent
were grieved to learn of his Leo T. noon to 2 p.m. Defendant General Delivery SOS feat more. or lees, to Pointof any claim and demand.
S3. GreenDorothy OelcerB. Lawtey., old post oflflc. 3 to Olovervlll 8. C.t Beginning. lying In Lot 60 of Which either of you, may I -
death on Saturday morning. All Andrew .
M. Oriffli You Huteon Craig, Woodlawn a* per plat thereof have againstor the estate bf Dale I
members of the family have the Dave O. HouaerWillla 7 p.m. .1'. hereby notified. that a appearing. of record In Plat Book O. Pennell. deceased, lute of !
heart felt of HamPRECINCT Thursday. April 23: Complaint for Divorce) has been 1. Pace 17, and In the public record !iald County to the County
sympathy friends.
Department filed against you and you are o<<< Bradford County Florida jVidirA of Bradford County.Florida. .
We regret to note that ArvU !: N. a S -Stark, Health required to serve a writtenSony and being In Section\ 13, : at hi* office In the ( ftj
Kirkland Is a patient In University Leslie W. Harper 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. of your Answer or otherdefensive Township 8 South, Range tl court with. neaten-- Common shaker bed
Linda Smith Hlldftbrao -Starke 2:30 pleading. of any. to Eat In Bradford County Florida Stark.. Florida, f
Medical Center, Gaines Carrie. Hill NursingHome, : It on ,the Plaintiff 1 attorney. ; onr. from tin.. time nof ;
ville. He has the best wishes of T. C. Hilinlchard to 3:30: p.m.Starke Philip Barton Require. SM the first publication of thin
has been filed
against Plain
you they though the Pilpiims ;
M. HoffmanMargie Northeast First Street. Oalnea demand hall as were, / even -
his friends. (Lincoln City), Owen vllle. Florida and file the. original and Linwood Rudolph Scare* basin nriling lttte. )
Holll and ha.ll t1 relented the
Mrs. T.S. Gtlchrlst of Brunswick Calvin Jamee Moupt Steel Joist plant 5 to 8:30: with the Clerk of th* .and add other persons claiming of residence .end \the po..toffice ,( occnionally. Among {i{
interest In
said place
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above styled Court on or btor*> ny property .' I .Miff straight chairs gomctiines found t
Marie D. Hount dclrm of the claimant you
Ga. spent the weekend with p.m. through Henry W. Scarce, De- <<
the ISth day of May IfHl: If
Mrs. Ernest Wells and they visited WeldonV.Doris Lee .Johnson Johnson -Stark*. Wlnn- Dixie 11 * you fall to do *o. ludrmervt willDa oeaved. and you are required toserve and shall. his he agent sworn his to attorney hy the i\. Muffin):! And nearly every family owned 12;

Mrs. Ruth Barthlow In Mid- Carol Lynn KueohaltEmnry 2 entered against you for the a copy of your written defenie claimant claim or demand "\.'1 a feather bed or n i flock bed (chopped !
pjn. and 3 to 8 p.m. relief demanded In ,the Cora *. If any, (o It on TheronA. and anv such raps: :

dleburg on Saturday. Noll. D.C.Lewis Lewis Friday, April 24: plaint. ,Yawn whose, Jr.addrea, Blalntlffe'I is P., 0 at'Box tor. rot .n Luplll filed shall E' F*'h."hbBUBhA vnl hl. ;Ii 1 '( or 11 mixture of feathers and) /flock, which

Mrs. Joyce Futch spent the Lola C. Lyon -Starke. High School 1 to .4Chlepn seal Witness of said my Court hand on and April the 1. nay 140. k., iorida. SS001 on Administrator I rjf the .Eiitat;; : were tufts of wool) ;
James Adam. McKinney ;
beforl : dareased. Fkr
file Dale O. Pennell.
weekend at her home
and visited U10. or I
Unity S. MathewsNora p.m Intqrf'IJ'tod..nr1c: \ ? March 2s,
the publication
ofthl First 1
friends and relatives In the vicin PIm,1D"rl. colrt
Green either! before eervlcoon 1970 I
L. Price j
ity. Mlmb. .nC"P.c... > or Immediately ( 4t 4-U
Waldo s. Rowan T- Clerk, Court. Bradford PlaII\.UU.I'\ attorney 3.26 A
Mr. and Mrs. T.V. Duck have Linda Have Sale Henry 1.. NnreWOrthlEleanor County Florida thereafter ; otherwisea 1' Badcock
Vide N. Bellll K. O'SteenLouie lly Beulah M. Moody default will be entered RIr.ln.tyoU
returned from San Diego, Calif., Annie A. liIa.eerJntnee RogersChester Deputy Clerk for the relief demanded In
where they were called by the C. Saunders Ernest: R..arl.AUr.d Law Office or Phlllo Barton the Complaint. SPECIAL MPPTTNC OP 3 J.
UnderwoodEdna Witness. hand and the seal
L. Attorney for Plaintiff my
Mildred MEMBERS;:
death of Mr. Duck's brother, Barbara Smith Jean StricklandVernlca L. Underwood! SOO Northeast First. Street of this Court this J4th day of fln""r Federal Reserve Rrhanirp. *. FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
Durtis L. Duck, on Wednesday, W. Strickland. Jr. Sallie Underwood Qalnevlll Florida 32601 March 1570. gulatione There will '
Apr. 8. Gene C. Summer Albert W. Van Netta NettaPHECINCT t18 U B-T <( Lee Vnn Inman D. Clerk of
Annie Green a*
Sumner First Federal SnvInffn ,
members of -
Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Margaret t NO. 11 laid Court
Tart Lana AflNOclRtlnn of
W. Batten IF WE DONT HAVE IT By Beulah M. Moody .,
John Wyrick were visiting Mrs. Ruth TaylorLea Charles Stnrke' at 10:00: n.m., Anrll 20. / 1
r/iM/ /h tide/, Fourteen,
in 'ie.J
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get for Syt'
Thornton Olad
C.E. Strickland in Gainesvilleon RobertCharrofJh yen.; l-St 41 {.16 1170. at the offl ? nf the an*
Leacy O. ToddM" Supplies Furniture, Equip fwwlAtton, Ono Wp.r Malll..onStre..t. ujijtlii' I'wlII,' rn |10" i "if
Thursday and Friday. Trllr Oliva R. Charron" Starke. Florida.. T. ... '. I"'x&"' ?:
Mae Cooper1 .... ', "
Jessie /!< .. )
Catherine M. VanKOMbCI51John ment. Bradford County Se..r..tary.toO > ; ; !U; .;
and -Ruby Johns .
Mr. Mrs.
R.U Bradley M. VanKoolbertanKvitrlrne John C. Davie 2t 4-16 !1thW! :ifW."I;>, ,W.'i'J'! : ;; ;'.,..''' 4W.>;'IW I
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Welch Thomas Berry Dial Telegraph.

Allen Carter PRECINCT: NO. e a Hall n ----.---- ---.e asa.e-.--------------------------
In Jacksonville.N.D. ssasasasa ----1 ---- ----- --
Arthur. B. AlvaresVictoria Jessie May rsasasasasasasasarsa sasa --- ------, ------------

Godwin of Palm Springs, Cadle Constance H. Horn. I 1 --------I

Calif was visiting his brother- Warren CadlsCharlie J.1mmWM.Hon Horn. Jr. I I

in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl U HilliardJimmy Mlaell Bennett JorrellTiiKdella i iI 1 FRESH IFRYERS' I
J.H. Eunice. Maude Newman I I
Mary A.
Vlra-ll C. NewaomFrance '
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wllkerson RehbereT Michael K. Johnaoa.Mlt..el'.an.sOEll'Or. SIRLOIN 1 1I

David, Linda and Earl, and Alma Thomas Leroy ': : 1 I I
Frank Thomas Tbeter
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wliker- Elisabeth Thornton Levi RhodenElvle 1 FOOD I

son. accompanied: by Mr. and Jame. Cecil,ThorntonAnatha B.! RlKdone RUdonAlleen I
Cotiey I
N. WhiteheadCharles ori>
Mrs. Harold Jones of Jacksonville W. SaundersWilliam

attended the birthday celebration El. Whlt.h.adPftECll'ICT NO. TMantle Peyton 8aund.r.Jull.n I
of Mrs. W.E. Lowery L. AikenBva Lester I I
John Add GRADE 'A'
in Valdosta Sunday..Mrs.Lowery Mae Allen AldridgeJlah Thomas 1 1 WHOLE BAGGED c FAIR I
>elm.r WilliamsonPRECINCT 1 29
Is Mrs. Leon Wilkerson'smother Krneatln Barnes r !' NO. i* 1 SAVE JOt LB
Rmamir Brown
Port Aaron. Jr. 1
Leander .BrownHenry e
Mr. and Mrs. L.M. McClellan Carter DorothY K. Batcwell 1 1I LBI 1 1I

and Mrs. Maxie Reddish visited Herbert Ethel Bills Duke* Thelma Clarkoa I I SUPERMARKETS I

Mrs. W.H. Hall In Jacksonville Ulysses Clark 1 I
Oracle L. KTerettMa Cole -----ae------a.e.------
and Elmer Hall in the Methodist W. George Cicero Batty Jean Cole
Alfred Orlffln
Hospital on Sunday. Ivory Hall Helen P. Cox: 1 I BONELESSFULLCUT
Mrs. Joyce Futch Mrs. John Ma. Bell Hamilton Ouiele DurdenMyra
Dial 1 I II 1 1I
1 Wyrick and Miss Elizabeth Terry Bessie Elvis Hnmoton E. Hampton Marie E. ForeythVaioo FOOD FAIR $ ROUND

visited Mr. Wyrick in the Alfred L. Hodir Fo..vthH..I Orlffl 1 I when Savings Count...
L. JllAllly
V.A. Hospital In Lake City during Gloria Jenkins Bobby E. Halaten IO9LBB O* COUNTIY
Trudle Mae Kelly !
HooteilJerry I COUNT' ON US
the weekend. Marl Faye LavervoM Annie Hutchlnit OS DEPT Of AGHIClllTum I STYLI SHOULDI* I

Mrs. Hester Hicks spent the Karl McCoy. P. Lawson 1 1Betty .1 ;RADEl' 1I
Lola Mae. Moor. PenaMoDour.ld 1 -- 1 I
week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Annie MurryBnrtle :
1i I
Martin In Daytona Beach. Mr. Ptlice J. McKlnney PRICES GOOD THROUGH I
Virginia J. O'Neal 1 U.S. CHOICE I
and Mrs. Glen Shuford Joined Willie Lee Pierce Arthur F. Park I 98C I WEDNISD/iY, APRIL 22nd. I
Jeff null i
1 quantity rights reierved. 1I
them over the weekend. Mrs. Cleveland RmallNnthnnt loon Peeples D.S. CHOICE
*! Thompson B. F. 5 I I
Hicks returned with them and William Nat WalkpPBECllfCT Marl Ida Prescott I

they visited St. Augustine on NO. SCiil Eula Ma. RobinsonDaniel !

their return trip. Adams WilliamslsWillie

On Sunday Mrs. Martin ano tln William<1a O.H.Adam.Adams WrightPRECINCT 'YNI-TASII ..AI..OIIN OU"M
Shuford, whose birthday anniversaries Mary .T. Akrld ePrttv PERCHFILLETS
fall the M. Blackburn NO.' ISA SLICED Bon*>l..s HandyHAAtS
on same date, PMllIn Wayne Chance Maude Andrewe

celebrated with a family dinner. Jeanette. niCandlo. Arthur L. BroikeyIrene ROAST BACON.rJL

Eloise D. t>u....r Ruby C.Brown Broky >UtlV (OOKI*. .!.*.. TO'''''
Eleanor .Tenet Elder Katherln W. CarlisleAlver .o..r.s e
I... CompUass. With. *.tla. Mnrvln DeWayne Elder Cael 6ac ,.39C
8.O81 FlorlUB 8ta Nancy
IIt11nEtlMla 119
Kollowlai l'Ii.' .... Has B.e..por.rU" ..* R. Oowen N. Gardner 11.glla'E
'.- WltkArmwm Pr.!. Monroe Tate Orlffl.I. Ida S. Oeor.
Th* HrcUtretloa Uoolu Kve1'belr .<>ul. E. HarveyMyrtlce Marilyn J1'! -'"- HernwallDavid
..U.r. T. Vt Wlhla Kathryn Hlnaoi A. JncobienIx
'rh. ...... '.-.... Year. *. Sharon TO.' Will >rralne V. Jaco PHCCINCT MO. 1- Betty: .Tare Jenkins Elmo Carolyn Kaufmann
Charles Alvin Davidson Nd Wilton Johnson George. Edward KaufmannBlihOD

Ernest William I A.* Bally Vox Bel Gordon Jane J. Jones Jone. Martha Man Ann Mrylck Myrlok US CHOICE AZALEA tRAND <,< HEAT AND SERVE ....NI..., .ID'

liabell. A. BalUyFrukl Malcolm Ray Jnne. E. B. McKlnneYWonell LISTERINE
Mamie Clark Dennis R. Kitchen" Paul Neweome ANTISEPTIC
Amelle U. Crawford Mary K. Kopelouao Viola O. OaborneChrletooher
Leona. Crawford Anna Oar. Leach D. Parker MOUTH WASH
Mltchull Grady Crawford Jame. Leach Llna B. Parker
Wana E. Crawford Jeff L. Lewis. Bolma L. Prak La
Albert. Marion Cubbed* David C Long Clyde B. Bowek S.9CPKG 2 .;89 'Z H 38<
Phylla* Jean Cubbedc. Jame* Nelann McLendon Elite Sander
Emery U UrlffleFrank Carrie Rhoden Sanders
Orlffl Thomas L. Sape M. J. 8hanbargsrDonald
W. L. Grlfft Anna A. Short Ray Simmon* ..
Bhlrley. John._ Charles B. Short Grace Ann Simmons .
M. c. McClendon Jume. L. flllcosVlrirlnla Orace Smith
Effle Robert Mtn'Ethel W. Smith PIlSCICT: ( NO. liB
1. Norman Bryant H. SpareRoma Irma Cain
:Loca Irene Norman ClKlr Spear Audrey M. Kit 'VNITASTICOFFEE riAVORKIST
Murl.r Lee: Norman fleora-e William atrlckaad Lester J. Kite ROSEDALE _eter Swirl
Edwin' E Padcett Guest Lee Strickland. John A. J. McKlnneyPhillip FYNE BAKESHORTENING
Harlan Jf. Pad *lt Bernlce' r>.lIa Teteton B. MoLeodi ToasterPastries ICE
Vivian U Padcett Manse Tomllnaon Daisy V. ParrHh ...CORNiv::;

Wanda D. Saw Donna Juno Trawlck Zack Robinson ... ,........ CREAM
John 1* Starlln Cornelia WllllnmaLev Alice H. Starling OR LIMAS .1.'" I."' '
Dan Clifton Walnwrletht J. WIHUm. Richard Starling 3 LB
Ueorte W. WllkereoaJohn ,Melba B. William. Ronald Starling : 01 5.9c I >

B. WllkereoaPHBCI.NCT NO. 14-ordla N. Taun Wilma Russell Starling Starling 6/l oxASSORTIO 39c ::0 49( CAN OAllON

01.",. :Loutee Alien P.IIC'I'fOT! !' -NO. s Maud 8urrn y t1pIRI
Dora AnderaonEarneatlne HalUn Z. Bell PRECINCT NO.1.
BakerHiram Irvin Bell Bertha Brown
Dewey. Bennett Mabel L. Be** Sampson Brawn I 1
Killer BerryDorothy 2>ll* J. Bradley Ma Caaon r IiisM essos "
U Berry Bliss Ann Carroll Maggie Caaon +, Cli 1i i I 1
Warren EM eon Bishop Loree Crawford O. C. Caaonoward GREENCABBAGE \ '11 ICIIUDOLETTUCE 1
Milton W. ColeenanEdward Ralph Cole Crawford Jr. CooperAlonao
Bobby Dyal Connie Stella Crew Oood* & riCH SLICED
Ernest H, Hampton James CrossJack pavl Ountcr. Jr. / 1 SANDVGiant
Louie Johnson, Jr. Dee l(unlc. OunterWilliam (
Millie Lyons Mabel Lee Geiger T. Hancock I 1 121bEAD
Llx. MayJame. Joe Oldden John Allen HajrleTom I
W. Mlnehew. Carolyn 8. Ollaeon Harris j'r.t!! 7c HUD 18cI
Kreley: Norman Charles 8. Oould Henry H. Jones I I
Kathleen Norman Leo Ortffl Wlnnl D. Lane
Robinson Oeorir E. Grover Jr. Nora MoCullnuch ----------- :I ------ ---- R
Row Raymond M Halat Edna: L. Smith 1I
Helen Bernlce Smith Donald L. HallTommy Agnes J. Thomas AU puepolfIATIND I FRESH LARGE JUICY I I r 1
Louie StanleyCarrla JamesY.. ThomasWilliam
) at...."* Junior Hard nbrook E.' Torode. Hit I 0. COORINOAPPLES 1

Lon Arnett.n Thompkln. Annie Mae Hoffman Jones PRECINCT* L. Barry NO. ISAMattl 1 10 < 1
Ica.Tug i i
Willie Annie Jones Hattle Mae Bay 1 I 2/ 49 1
Bennl Ray TurnerM. Mary J. Kuhn Paul .II'Mal* I LB
L. Turner Wallace L. Kuhn Bel le : .",. I ;h I I II 1
LI11I Edella Tat* Lee Walll Crew I 45 I II 12 4-5c 1
ft : E. EndlcottI 4 I*
PHKCINCT NO. a :::te.D"I. Macytrl Leonard I II FOR 1
C. Anderson Annie L. MarUyEverett very HodgeEarnest IAO
till Ma onJlth.1 Leelie Marley : L. Lester I 1 I.I
: T. CaeeySaiel Charles L McKlnnay liable Louise
L. Craven llabeth 1.. McKinney Beatrice ulllvan
1* Crawford Mary Merrau Parcellutil Guy Manuel' Wllllnihra
Lucl 1{ FreeerMurUl
Wad H. PaulkNelll IONI BOY FRESH
W. OreenPurvIS L. Prescott Milford K. Campbell Mu.IUr'. ICED ASS"SWEET APPLE
B. O..lflW. 1. Edna B. Prevail Beland B. John rTIJk4 FROZEN -
Louie John Habra Lot M. John $8 PIES
George or
Fanohar Albert
Haul RhodenMary POTATOES
Thelma Ma Jordan B. Rhoden Charles. Swafford COLD POWER 23 BUNS'PKo3'I. -M OM1 m> fit fHArO
Jamee K. KendallWayne Oeorire L. Robert* George' W. Werrel -11 n OMM Kl CHAM'APIUL
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8. Klnnar HALF
Theodore Robert '
Ruth H. Llnde Howard A. SUttotf GALLON 6ge 2/25
John Mayarl. Jr. Eva Sullivan
L. ManrarlAUIe "TEJIITIO'f! !' 'TO
Mabel Anna M. Taccl* "OTlC'lS! OF
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Merrltt I Fred B. T ccla >lUCOISTER riCTITIOOS.
Jama. A. 'Conn.nDa..ld Wllll L. Warren Notice I 10 hereby given thAt
H. P.aoyrMargaret Eula Whlcham pursuant to Section U5.0'
Evelyn Fenoyer Harold R, wiuiam Florida. Statutes 1555. the un-
Carolyn K. StalllneT .alll. M. William d.r.I..... Intend to register tie .

Tom Btejllnire. Jr. Alfred M. Wood flotltlou nm of Towft.the e miooM mtuiVM roooru _.....-..."MMORANGE'- .
Joyce Salon I oe Mildred Lots Wood Country Beauty In %i7 > '-' -- "_lION IMIIM eeiAM*
ThompsonWanda rMBCIlVCT' NO.' 1. Clerk of the Circuit Court FRISKIESASST
J. Thompson. Anna Van Bueklrk and for Bradford County. FlorIda HUDSONTISSUE SHRIMP
Lola a. TurnerA. Herbert Eugene Brown for the purpose of engage MEAT FLAVORS PREAM
H. Warren Bessie T. Oochran ing In business under said name
Myrtloe Warren Alice M. Dwyer I&t 110.. Court FloridaMrs. Bto 8&arll. CAT FOODS COFII MIAMI. / JUICE MINIATURES
Rllinbeth B. WllaoaPRBCnCT Louise. V. Hall Bradford Count
NO. 4 1.. 1'1.' W,IlIam.. Starke, a ROIL
Bulk C. Brabham Edna Elbert C.B. Herey Klnchen P1.. and Mr*. Wa Sue Henley.Starke. FKGS t I 200.. 7.7C'A. 7 ... $1 L $ 69

John Gladys Robert O. Chin Brabham Jonathan Lawrence Lewis Dated ThhJ. Itth 0' Aprt t CANS .1(0. _

Parry B. Dixon Km ma Lou Met IfmN A. D. 1 S T'. .t atark BradfordCounty.
Clifford portch John BU'"" M..te Jf. Jr. Florida.
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!rt t Four Villages Dotted y$". / WHAT GOING ARE TO DO YOU fV \ 0' v: : _J tlgff! lb :>

I Martha Sue McCain

I Kingsley Area In 1885 I Home County Economics Extension Agenta :.

NOTHING PICKLES year's supply so she depends
11 upon commercial pickle packer. -

Kingsley Lake has a consider- Thursday, and Saturday. Unim- Silcox, and A. Strickland, veg- LAKESIDE is located on "Sand A "On a hot day In Virginia," agricultutalisU. Applying the and knowledge scientists of

able number of "year-round" jrbved land sells at $10 per etable and truck farmers. 11111" Lake. It was settled In wrote Thomas Jefferson, "I know that Is
'% he packs a pickle a product -
residents, but Its chief claimto acre, and improved at $25. The shores of Kingsley Lake 1881 by Mr. M.W. Lee the pre- of nothing more comforting than a of Just the right soil, rain-
fame is as a summer resort Leading citizens were listedas were dotted with orange groves sent postmaster.The village con- 1 fine spiced pickle brought up fall and location,has been pickedat
with little business or farmIng : '.n those days, but this promising tains a population of about ISO.A trout-like from the sparkling the right time and has
activity.; "J.C. Blanchard, carpenter;C. Industry came to an abrupt end church presided over by Rev. depths of that aromatic jar below just been fermented with care-
Such was not always the case, Bart utt... carpenter; Wm. !II. with the famous "big freezes"late G.W. Hall, and a post office. The stairs in Aunt Sally's cel- then controlled and
however. "The Florida State Heappart justice of the peace In the 1890's. The frozen location is very fine. It Is situated lar." fully salt herbs and -.
Gazeteer" for 1886-7 had the notary public and real estate groves were abandoned,and manyof. on rising ground about 25 Pickling--to keep food longerIs -- amounts of spi

following listing: agent; M. Kelble, justice of the the early settlers left the feet above the level of the lake. of ancient lineage, along with ces. -

KINGSLEY (Clay County; ). Pop peace; Rev. L.W. Kickliter, pas- area In disgust. All kinds of vegetables and tropical sun-drying, salting and smoking.And ,,'
ulation, 200. II.W. Strong, post- tor Baptist Church;Wm.C.Land, Three other settlements were fruits are successfully cultivated nothing pickles like a pick- BROCCOLiSALAD
master. Was first settled In 1879. sawmill operator and notary pub- listed in the Kingsley Lake area and for cattle and sheep
Is situated on the north side Uc; M.W. Ordway, carpenter; in the Gazeteer and also In raising the facilities are excel- le.Famous people of all eras nave Two packages chopped broccoli -
of Kingsley; Lake. 20 miles west R. Puddy, land agent; A. Smith, "Webb's Historical, IndustrialAnd lent. There are fine opportunities expressed a fondness pickles. 6 hard cooked eggs, 2 packages -0
of Green Cove Springs, the county carpenter; H.W. Strong, post- Biographical Florida," pub for several kinds of machinery, Cleopatra so the story goes, gelatin, 1 can beef consomme -
; seat, and seven miles north- master and general merchandise; lished In 1885. These were: notably sawing,grinding,and gIn- found them a royal treat for 3/4 cup mayonnaise 1/2
of Starke the shipping point Metho- -- and zest and believed they teaspoon salt, 4 tablespoons lemon -
east Rev. N. Webster, pastor LAKEVIEW: A new settlementand ning. TX9rltrrA11E1111.1 flavor
and nearest express and tele- dist Episcopal Church;A.Strick- village recently started. Sit- contributed to health and beauty.!; juice 2 tablespoons Worcestershire -

graph station. Gainesville Is the land banana /grower: A. Smith, uated on the south side of Kings- WILDERNESS Is an interior Pliny's writings mention spicedand sauce. 1/4 teaspoon
Ai' : \ <:AMEH: SOCIETY celery seed. 1 minced onion.
nearest banking point. pineapple grower; Huggens, ley Lake, 18 miles west of Green post office settlement about 15 preserved cucumbers. Napoleon -
Vegetables and oranges are M.W. Ordway, J.F. Prevatt H. : esteemed pickles as a Cook broccoli add chopped eggs
Dove the
Springs, county seat miles from Starke, and 16 from
the principal shipments. Has Puddy, L.W. Kickliter, J. Os- and 3 1/2 miles east of Starke,' Green Cove Springs having at FIGHT BACK WITH CHECK-UP ANDA CHECK health-giving food. Queen Eliza- and mayonnaise. Dissolve gelitinin

Baptist and Methodist Churches, born, J. Silcox and J.C. Webb, the nearest railroad station. lias present a population of 20 to u__ ___ ___ ---- -- -- beth I was among the multitude! 1/4 cup consomme. Heat remainder -
pubUc school, steam saw mill, orange growers; A.P. Hughes, no post office as yet, or any 30 families. Prominent residentsare common school. Aaron Ueigei (Editor's note: Sand Hill Lake of pickle fanciers as were of consomme :and mix
the rest of
and one store. Mails Tuesday, J.F. Prevatt L.W. Kickliter, J. business pursuit. the Thomases. Wilsons, Gel- and Martin Fouts are ownersof referred to above as the locationof George Washington, John Adams: pour into everything 10-inch; togetherand pan to

gers, Draws Greens, Walls and prominent orange groves, the Lakeside is now !known as and Dolly Madison. mold.
Harrises. There Is one church, mentioned the Lake and The pickle patch was an Important -
last being village Lowry is part of the This recipe was given to me

Our editorial Rev. E.R. Tlmmons!!, Pastor_ and pastmaster. Camp Blanding reservation.) In colonial adjunct and pioneer to good davs living be- by a friend from Cherokee N.C.
She raved about
how It
cause pickles were the only zesty -
juicy green food available was, and I really didn't know--
many months of the year. Home- but this Is the way with some
makers each expected to recipes. This one I heartly re-
Point of f view "put down" some pickles In stone commend. It is a good accom-
l J JI crocks and to "put up" picklesand paniment salad, it looks pretty

pickle relishes in glass jars. when molded and is very tas-
Ir'Aw44I Tod ly's homemaker rarely has ty. It does take a time to pre-

the time, the space or the equip. pare, but I thing you will enjoy -
it as It Is a taste chan" .
C $hy&brk..j'LYaL ment required to pickle and store >

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I Cancer And Space ; id !4 .,> :,' A' r I. BHS By-Lines I

I iii uuu ii uuu unliitusiu IIHIIHH I- ." By Joyce Allen

most secrets of life processes are .
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Surveys have been conducted to find "" "" ..
involved. Much has already been found :
out what newspaper headline people and that is why one of three cancer
would most like to see, and almost Any senior wishing to go to will be Diane Gall Griffis, Debra
the choice was: CANCER patients is now being saved from other- Six Flags Over Georgia on May 8 Jane Johns, Louise Batten, Greg
Invariably wise sure death. Doctors tell us that i must give their $5 ticket cost to Woods, Tim Harvey and Bill

CURE FOUND. with present knowledge the score couldbe Mary Sue Underhill, Linda Stone, Wise. Coordinators of the DC'r

one of every two victims saved Linda Futch, or Larry McLeod. Club of BHS Bill Costello and
After the historic scientific triumph is diagnosed in time and Any senior who would likea Roland Clerlcuzlo will accom-
if the cancer
attained when man first walked on personal senior card of San- pany the delegates.
readers asked a pointed properly treated. dra Haas please contact Joyce The Bradford Senior FFA
the moon many Allen either at school at The .
Chapter won three events Fri-
question: "Why can't the same But the difference between the moon Long, Long Ago Telegraph. day at Sub-District F.F.A. Con-
financial and scientific resources project and the scientific war against Seniorsyour caps and gowns test In Macclenny.I. .
used to find a cure for cancer? are in at the Student Store. So I 1. Public Speaking- Mike Tew.
the importanceof Pictured in its
cancer only points up heyday the now vacant two-story house on North go on by and pick yours up. 2. -DavidStalnaker

The American Cancer Society; has setting our priorities straight. The Cherry Street which was the home of the Col. W. T. Weeks family Honor Society members pay$5.70 3. Tractor Driving-Ralph Morgan -

in delicateand Cancer Society; says the control effortis for many years and was last occupied by the Charles Darby family. and other stude'Ki' ny 55.20.;
told the critical nation period that we in are the history of in jeopardy in two vital areas-- The spacious house was originally built by the Strong family, from See Linda Futch at the student

cancer control. It has warned that the in the need for speedier and more effective Pennsylvania in the early days of Starke.when Cherry Street was store.The State Science Fair parti- The Bradford Junior Chapter

off ofgovernmentexpendituresfor application of research resultsto known ast'" Pennsylvania Avenue in deference to several prominent cipants wouldliketoUiandteveryone placed second in Parliamentary

leveling cancer research is placing a heavy the cancer patient,and in the develop- families from the Keystone State who built fine homes here. who helped them go to Pen- these Procedure.boys. Congratulations foal!

for increased ment of cancer research Itself. sacola for the State Science Fair. Class
demand on..the Society Prophecy this week for
Mike White won a $25 certi- BHS
Seniors 1970-
research support. The Cancer Crusade is now underway ficate from the Women's Aux- Mike Rhoden, Is manager of

in Bradford County; and throughoutthe FarmersMore Diarysons iliary of the American Medical WinD Dixie.
While success has crowned our explorations Association and Mike Cissy won
Karen Is
Breeden drawing pictures -
Nation. To help meet these urgent
technolo- third place in the Junior Division -
due to
of space, for her leisure time while'
and scientific knowhow when it needs, the annual fund drive this year rain last weekend has who worked hard to put !in botany. Congratulationsto her works hang in art galleriesall

gical much of the deserves greater financial support than led us to conclude that the stan- the show over. both. over the world.
comes to a cancer cure witha dard weather forecast for this Attending the annual State Co-
ever before. Help fight cancer Until next week. .
mirt: still be see you
scientific information check-up! area should be: clear days dur- operative Education Clubs of Florida around .
check and a campus.
The inner- Convention in Clearwater.
discovered and unrave' ing the week followed by showers -
Mc- -- -- ----- -
rain; rain and more rain Starke Councilmen Jimmy
on Saturday or Sunday or both. Rae and Jimmy Bowen got to Harry F. Taylor

We suppose that we have had a talking about getting tangled up Vet NewsOne
I clear weekend In the past, but with moccasins after the council Harry F. Taylor. 68, of
"Where The Books Are'In right now it seems that it wasa meeting last week. The sub- Hampton died Friday: Apr. 10
long time ago. The weatherman ject of fish in Alligator Creek or a comblnat'cn: cf the In a Gainesville; hospital: aftera
Is in a rut, if you ask had been raised, but it got off five major misunderstandings,: short Illness. Born !In En-

National Week. Aoril 12-1H us, and he keeps !it filled with By Sam McGarvey into snaky experiences and fora listed below: according to M. glma, Ga. on: Nov. 14. 1901, he
a nation that specializes in tak- Library water. while it sounded like the finalsof T. Dixon of. the State Division: was a retired hotel cook anIta
ingthe seven-day period known as and make it a way vO Imo out "wn re appearing from these parts but the Liars Club championship. .of Veterans Affairs seems to :! lived in Hamptcn for the

a week and dramatizing It for various the books are"In the public library! recently a truck ran over an Incidentally, It was reported that keep eligible children of deceased past three years, coming there
animal at one of the springsnear someone caught a big bass In :! servicemen from apply from Miami.
purposes perhaps the least dramaticis From what we've heard, the High Springs and it turned Alligator Creek recently. educational benefits
Chances are, they'll find the library lag for Surviving i Is his wife. Mr.
National Library Week. outlook for the berry is out to be a beaver. It caused
crop Bill
under O. I. :
Statistics tell us the Betty R. Taylor Hampton.
hasn't books. the
enough bleak and growers will do well some excitement as it was Misunderstanding No. 1 heldat
Funeral services were
that Florida has less than one book if break first beaver seen In that area
To young people preoccupied\ with this season they just The fact that one parent 2 Sunday at the grave-
"where the boys are" or "wherethe per person in its public libraries, even. As of last week, only a for a long time. A Carolina wren has a nest still lives makes same chit side Hampton: Cemetery
when It should have at least two- small volume of fruit had been In a flower pot In the entrance- they jo not
girls are where the books are 5 and is busy dren believe that ; frith Rev. DeWitt T. Faraljsa:!
shipped at the market (through way to our home "
can hardly be defined as top drawer or by national standards, four. They public auction) and the outlookwas now Incubating three eggs in qualify as "orphans. officiating. Interment fallowed
will also discover that only three out served as Fact under direction of DeWitt
Clyde Terwillegar
entertainment. not promising. Sales throughthe said pot. If all goes well, soon
of 132 public libraries in our state Co-Op were announced and master of ceremonies at the Ma Wren will be more than for th's! benefit: an "orph. C. Jones Funeral Home.

To comic-strip oriented adult mind meet the minimum standards for there is no way of estimating the. beauty pageant, and In the courseof busy teaching the young ones an" is a child whosa veteran.
a remarks parent Is dead as the result of Historical SocietyTo
his humorous referred -
volume of fruit sold direct to to fly, and that will be some-
staffing.We .
with the fictionalized adventuresof of wound accident or illness
agog consumers along the highway several times to lack we'll enjoy watching. a Meet
thing TonightThe
Batman and the real-life escapadesof hair on his head. Along with attributable to service In the

the astronauts, a book can hardlybe might even discover- our 0 others, he took chances sold .5. Armed Forces.Mlsund.'rstanding. Bradford County Historical

described as a dangerous weapon. shamethat Florida Is one of the at the Bradford Volunteer Fire No. 2 Society will meet tonight

few states In the union that does not Let's hope that somehow or Department booth on a numberof Along with practically every- The fact that the deal: par. (Thursday) at 7:30: o'clock: in
have State Public Library building. other the growers get a break prizes. Including a hairdryer one else, we watched breathlessly ent had no wartime service
And yet we submit it is most dan- a the Starke public! library.
When the drawing was made, makes believe they are
yet and come out of this season when Man made others
For properly used it not only Ours is jammed into the subbasementof just know who won the hairdryer last summer A program will be presentedon
gerous. all right If not, they'll have to you his first walk on the moon. Now ineligible. .
opens the oyster of the mind but the Supreme Court Building In Tallahassee throw their fields open to the our third exploit Is well under- Fact an account by a memberof !

leads to the discovery of the pearlof with only a fraction of the public on a U-Plck basis and way and somehow or other, it If the veteran-parent's death the Richard family through describing this: -

knowledge. And knowledge is a space that is needed. collect what they can from that seems like old stuff despitethe resulted from the performanceof a trip mare New-
from Mlddleburg to
indeed. It can be last resort.Incidentally,growerssay enormity of the feat. Today, duty or from extra-hazird-:! area
dangerous weapon of the when nansville. during the Indian
subvertedto National Library Week Is a worth- that no two seasons are Speaking Fair with things going so fast a stupendous otis service during peacetime,
used for unending good, or alike and yet they are In one Chamber of Commerce governors event holds Interest fora the child is eligible.Misunderstanding War days.
almost unending evil. while cause, by any measurement. We respect for each one is a gam- were asked for suggestionson while, but is soon lost trackof No. S All members and persons
have only one complaint: it should be ble and-the only thing the farmercan Improving the one scheduled as other events take over The fact that they are married Interested: !n the early historyf

Therefore, we heartily suggest to observed every week of the year by be sure of is the unexpected fog: next year, It was agreed the center of the stage. But : makes acme believe that Bradford:: County are invited

all readers that they help observe making greater use of its facilities. 5 parking that with space the,exception no other Improve of more when we look at that moon, far they are no longer "children" 10 attend this meeting.
off in the heavens we still can'tbelieve Fact
ments were needed. All of which that Man has succeededin Marriage does not affect eli !has remarried and their stepfather .
Wildlife is supposed to be dls- speaks well for the many per- landing there and returning. gibility. Any son or daughter: has legally adopted

.' of -whose death 'them makes some children
--- -------- ----- ---- -- serviceman
!is attributable: to his service believe! they are Ineligible.

David Wainwright Shows Top Sparks.Winning $6 prizes and red ribbons Is eligible for the educational Fact
The Bradford County of the llvlr._
in the livestock show were benefits provided: he or she is The marriage
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Gerald Meng,Dale demons. Dick :between 18 and 26 years of parent and the subsequent ad-
Animal In Livestock Competition Ritch. Wayne Norman Mike Bryan age. (There are even except option does not affect the eligibility

1879 Kelly Forsythe, Buddy Sapp ions to these !age limits.! ) ,' of the children.
r''b.Bibl'Z/ Michael Oliver, Wayne Wainwright Misunderstanding No. 4-. MIsundcr UndIng No. S
Daniel Rosier. Walter The fact that their living The fact that many childrendo
David Wainwright, Bradford male. Gary Prevatt, 4-H, showedthe Prevatt Jackie Prevatt, Jackie parent, usually their mother not wlfh. nor are prepared
MawaaeFLORI All of us are working to FFA member, and his Hereford reserve grand champion Marr and Joseph Starling. for education at the college
ward success in one way or bull won grand champion honors Hereford female. Winning $3 prizes and white level makes tome believe they
A ESSASSO another. Whatever our place and was named the outstanding Grand champion Angus bull was ribbons were Jimmy Strickland, There were 41 entrants In the cannot take avantage of this
youth exhibit at the livestock shown by Ricky Tomllnson,FFA. Norman Traylor, Ricky Tomlln livestock show for the 20th an- benefit.
in life, we want to be a suc
show at the 20th Sonny Norman, 17 FFA had
annual Brad- son, David Stalnaker and Cecil nual fair according to Emorv Fact
T ON cess at what we are doing. At ford County!; Fair and Strawberry the reserve grand champion An- Stalnaker. Prevatt. Most entries were calf Although training! for a high
field of
level in bull.
every every gus
The Herdsman Award givenby scramble animals won over the
school diploma Is not permit
endeavor at every stage in Wainwright also had the reserve Grand champion Angus female the Rotary Club, for the second past three years In the amual ted: eligible children may take
life, we can be successful it grand champion in another was shown by Jimmy Alvarez, straight year was Joseph event sponsored by the Brad- other
we call on and use the divine Hereford bull. It Is the first 17, FFA. Joseph Starling 16, Starling.] He received a$10 prize ford Chamber of Commerce In vocatonal! courses and that will
non-college training
E. L. MATTHEWS, EdltorPubltoberPwbliahed power that is within us. In time in the history of the fair : had the reserve grand and will have his name Inscribedon an effort to upgrade livestock :help them earn a living.

I >> each ThorxUr ad entered M Second any kind of work we do, we according Prevatt who to Emory (Big Boys) champion Also winning Angus blue female.ribbons and a trophy\ kept by the Rotary in the county.Livestock!; War Orphans' Education As
was charge of W.'earwu
CUM Matter at the Post Office at S&arb. Florid are sure of success as we the livestock show that Hereford $10 prizes were Larry Ogles- Club. The award Is given each judging sistance is also Available to ,
limited adults
a for the cleanest and to the youth. No
wader Aet .f March 3rd, 1879. work in the knowledge that :! has won top honors over by Walter Prevatt (two animals) year est stall kept in the livestock were allowed to enter animals. children of a veteran who hat

CtabMrtpUoa la ftrade areas 1 year $5.00; Outridetrad we are filled with power an Angus. Danny Bass, Mike Bryan, Brad- show It Is made as an Incentive Kenneth Durrance, associate total dlsaYlity! permanent in
areas 1 year., W.JO through the Spirit of God Joey Bennett 16, FFA, showed ford FFA, Dean Traylor, Bubba to entrants to maintain a- animal husbandman. University; nature resulting from a service
in us. the grand champion Hereford fe- Bennett (two animals) and Lee neat and clean appearance. of Florida, officiated -connected disability.r .


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.111/EeJftJa i BIDS
The Boeird of County Com.
."lo>>.r. of Bitdfora Coats:
Tore, will receive .ale4
bide: at MO A. M. on th* morn
tn. ot AtK-ll lOUt 1/TO In lADradtbrd
County Courthouie
for the ifolVowlner
On. New Truck Mounted 1C Ton
Jloom i
to- with 'vendant boom eue. i ,
complete with cable*
feneion and dragline operation.
Revolving brie.
mounted with mated antl-trlD.
tlon "_tins eheave and roll 1 1I

Soom c Hola-. Power lawerlnMrouah .
Boom 8top. BprlrlsILogde.
boom Iknlt .tope
Boom Point Double Doa! I
IPolnt .11_"..
factory counterweight1""I
Shaft Roller.-4 ihlmail.luatable .
conical.hook roller
mounted with *lf.allBnlnv and

nIMli antifriction]LlftlneT En.I"BO' HP-CaDacltyRated bearlnn.Oe olTi *. not. lei II* OOD .STOg S .., ;:t E W'Eif8 t.iL s r ""P r :.E$ '.. WE. ,Kt ', r ((tA.l.J. ;': $ ': Q. 'Et.l.. :$J4 ,ipS ;

ton crane, lift capacity without
outrlarer with 10 foot boon}
Jt as foot radlua mlnlmun over *ld* Of PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 22
9600 pound
tin* Pull Draclln 10,001sand.

minimumfaolet Quantity RighH ....ned
Line I.OQO cotlndl tnln.Imum.
On fton-' Unltlon.tartar WINWDaltrals, INC.-COI'n'OH'' -'.70
ammeter oil
pressure, fuel l and temperatureauRe w
wlU he provided on '"' SUNNYLAND TENDER SMOKED
central! lntrumnt anN loe
ated conveniently to the open
ator. An all-vlNan. cab etia.ll be
provided which .oott.... rood operator
vlilblll-ty and operating
comfort. All Rlaxa In the cab ,
hall be safety (la** mounted
Inrublier. Front window hall
be .*o delnd a* to slide In e
track to a poeltlon provliled foi
without the nocelty of actually
removing* the window
C..rrl.N.w factory built.
6 x I drlv carrier. No nw or
anti. "nurplu*" carrier to b*

crepted.Brake. ..
-8l>c Wheel air' brakaaTranemiaslon
Five Speed
main tranimllon with two ,
peed trannfrr cae. Atr,
.Tire. -1100 x 29-13 ply non- ll e *
directional tiro.F.nRine118 i'
on Inch iraiiollneengine. '? / SHANK PORTION
or equal In honepower +I a+ ?
& torque.
Axle -Front11,000 pound
Rr-34.000 pound per rear 69C
axloElectrical Ryetem Incluila N-.... .

all leiral lighting. directional aw"'Itch --_.-....,.xr..w._,_.,,.-".........
Krnnl* end 'r
for '?lash tnR nil Mlicruil light
Steering Power Steering
endowedcan A
with left *'ld. rear vl.w '

honk Mirror,. rear decking.Outrigger boom.* -guide fender. Double, front and *Box teelchaafteri tow Rump Roast -$129 1 Beef 3 $179 1

jicrew tyiie jack machine and: pontoon will be W.D RAND TENDER BOB WHITE REGULAR (f ,Ibi.>tLS,) 4

Tlie traded payment. following In and IVj and< .r'21-tiled service; for k TC i tho t must IS down tondrnirllne be Cube Steak $139 Sli. Bacon 79C W-D BRAND '

Part hed by. blddw. 1>UI.. will A '; f:
not over h. 60 mile* -from Bradford k BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND ';,

County rlRht,Bradford m reject County any reeerve or all. blU thO. Round Steak lD' $))19 Baking Hens 49C r ?

(SBAT) )I1Mnen

Doard Innvan Of D.Count-Oreen.Co.mml Clerk 4-0) "It Moner 4-18> T-bone Steak lD' $1)39 Pork Chops La.79C

Of The C:.n.trJudge.
Btadtard Co: .' ,.l'lo. -
tiln. In .r of Flonle d[. 0
In re:
To All Creditor and Teriont

ARAIna kid Clnlm Falat.or: Demand USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND NEW YORK STRIP 39 ;

You and each of you are here. 1
notified and required to present f
by .
any claim and >i>emand

which you. or either the etate of you. ot ,..1r
may have agalnnt 'd.'paaed,
FI"H"le; M. IVnnell. M
1 1
tn the
lat" of Gold County STEAKS. 4. e

JiHlua of Ijradford
Florida, nt bin office-TV .the..tSlnrke
rnurtliotiee of aalil. County
nix calendar
Florida within of
month from the time
thl notice.
publication of *
tho flrKt ,
Kach claim or LB.
writing- and ehall
tie In ,
.tat* the place of reclnence and sue.I
of the "claim
poet I I
IragenirAh. attorney, afld /
ant. ro
any eo filed such ehall claim be void.or demand not ,' I I r,,, yrr 11" R

Lucille B. F *hbauchAc y
Admlnlntrator. of the EUtate.ef ,
Flomle M. Pennell. deceaied.
Flnt publication March 1/,

"". Sill: 4t /.ll a

Ik The Cent_.f tie C*".*TBrmlford G M, '
Ceeiaty, :Fior.Wn
'11.*.. /

In. In ret Probate.Rotateof Olive A. Jon THRIFTY MAID

.... Drrcneed.Ti .
> All Creditor flalmii or And Demand PeronMnvlni '' CHASE AND SANBORN

Atrnlnut Puld'" F.Mate. :
anA each of you areh.r..b
,' notified and required topreeont

mnnde which any you claim or either and de-of ICE MILK

vou may have Gal tnt the ee* HALF
Olive A. Joni dece-
..".elate of JuO aa''ld" *County of BrmlfordBradford to theCn"t" GAL.

County. Florida' at
hie office In the court Flnrl ..
at Starke.
nld County
within .1 lx calender month t lAVf. 1r NIACAIlj (AVI I>c. .MOITOM(

llcntlon from the of time this of tAe_hill tlr.tint.b Kach*nuts: InwrIUn. tY a /g LIMIT ONE OF YOUR CHOICE WITH $3. PURCHASE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES / ORANGE JUKE e. e. 6 <**"NI 99C CINNAMON' DONUTS 3 11 rrea n.ewf $100

claim' or demand .... .
... and shall tate II< SAVI MOITON
place of resilience. and .nllt office FRUIT PIES 3 89C PIE SNE LS. 3 nrlN' $1)00
ddre *. of the claimant. e e e e e . e e e
and hall he worn to by the- COFFEE IAYI 3Ik. MOITOM LAUIMIADS.

claimant. .and, hi any* agent.filed"ch hi claim*chall nttorney. or be : ,r. CHICKEN IN-A-BASKET I :X. $1" FRESH LETTUCE e e e 2 H"'OS 39C
demand not *o :
void' 49C
-cnnNe. O. Frlder. N r CAN 'MEAT PIES 5 ttf, M 1 BAKING POTATOES. 10 :& 88MOeroN
Charle O. F.I".... A* ..tlmln."" a . a . (
of the Retat of OllwA. ., ruvoei
Ait rersN

.Tint Jonas publication deceased.. April 1.It I, .>Jj ,;V V' y ;,, MEAT DINNERS e e e e e a 39 CRISP CARROTS .bad 2 sal 23


!a Tit Cuntr J.4e>* Cvmt Ofre ; .A 1-LB. ,
.rerd ca'r. P....... cAN 1< ', GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS
In 1'.: Eetate of Jame* AueUa
...11. ill deceased.NOTICB .
All eredltora of the eetate of r .
hmo Auitln Bell. III. are' 1

Sereby notified and required toIle ,, ..
[ any claim or demand ti
which they may have ralnt
the .Ut. In the i.,'<-.. n' the t
Bounty Judge of Bradford Conn* N
"t,.. rlorlda. In the courthoueeat N I A
Btarke. I Florida, within .1.! : t 16.
...lender month from the date
of the first publication' this t
notice. Each claim or demand
atato the Dlac. of reeldence

poet and office must addrea be*claimant to by 49C Saltines sox 19e Tissue 5 2-ROLL $100]
hi* Mayonnaise
ent. or
attorney the claimant.. or It hi will* become void PKG.

eeordln to law

Admlnlatrator JAMES Jame. Auetln AUSTIN of Bell the BELL Jr.Katateof JR. Peaches 4 N $1 Arrow Bleach Goa 29c Towels 4 JUMBO i? | 00

James Autln Bell. lit. d........... CANS ROLLS f
Flret publeatlo on April 11lTO .


Btarke.aeonte.lot .North:Florid H. PietasIOt Temole notl! Avenae) Detergent GIANT 59C Gold Corn 6 CANS ?) 00 Fruit Cocktail. 5 CANS *i ioo

Attorney. fN P.tlUoaa'ass it i.Ttm sox .

!.. e-a.rJ* .. re.. Court: Offendferd GAIN. .Limit On*Yeur Cheice w/S5. Feed Order Exluding Cipar.nnDetergent DUNCAN HINES AU FLAVORS THRIFTY MAID' FLA. f RUITUNCN ORDrink

Bogue.In re. :decaaced.NOTICB Ketate C_a'r..of ri Fred.rM Thoma. GIANT 59c Cake Mix 3 i 1I-/,..,. $ d 00 Fruit 4 40 .. n 00

All Pereon Intereeted laThe

I To Bitat Of Bald Decedent that ........................ .............. ...... ...... r ,........................... ........... .....
I notified
Tou are hereby
written Instrument purport-tn. EXTRA ; VAN CAMP IILAC EX.TAA. : .EXTR
the lat will and
I to dm4Med neat b. of eald to decedent probate iUM tm been thl. I ..,. ,,,,,,,, I d 1..,.GREEN STAMPS Nw :; Chili w/Beans/ 4 ,Me. $1CANS 00 <-N..(.._GREEN....__STAMPS_ M..N w :. I .......GREEN... STAMPS... ........ I'
commanded | ONI ?.0 CAN' sr.a ,
Court.within Von elx are eaiendar hereby month TIM nCfcek .**. = ONI n n eomi : CHOtMD W HitSteeikette 0'OMNIOfI'I'
filet publication Drl.k.:1: .0. Cleeiner : ;
the dat ofbe *
I from of tAte motlce enow*o sweat_u_. : 1.s: No. oooo I meu Ami i> : M.. Ne.4 oooo meu Aral 11 1A t. OOOO THIU Aral II' t,,rt; 0000 raw Mat II (

In thl* Court.....and why the action .. .M'W .'_... ,, .. ._ __.., .. No. 4."M .. "'." .: No. 3.. .. ., ......
If Gay yon aald ........ -- 'W. .... ...................... .....
of thl @avrt In admltHnu .. . ...... ......... ... .. ... ..-.. .
i I will tend to nrTokd.probate ehould not .X.rR: EXTRA: 1 r F;; .1. F;; : EXTRA EXTRl.1

T"enll.t -
Theron,. A. d7l..GREEN STAMPS .flu--.n.: I I d1! GREEN STAMPS : I I dvl GREEN STAMPS, : I d7r..GREEN STAMPS :':1 dx GREEN..' STAMPS dTl GREEN' STAMPS '
PInt ... p ton oa April lltX w "'""" su .N. > MIIII WM MrtCMMOMI N M N t*.M (..M'M, MMANf N Y '
Iwo Mat.TAtTI w o. r
TWO not MIATMICI 1 1eir w 0 ouicireoiiM
1110. Plereel O- IIA'lei CHAM HANOI.'''' 1 ,......rto Mamte i (Mi II 00 WO.t OfC ;
George l-l.( H.North Tempi ATenae : .! Chip* :i take Red :. .UAHOreuejel :. rD "1..1." ) CII.... (:'I MA"eVeeefktt -1( .eoooo >..i/t
Mark FloridaAttorney 1s: Ne. oooo meu AMII n' A'wi: oooo last AMU 17 1..1;; le fOOOO I...!. '. oooo THIU A'.II n ; Peittle meuant / n

for' Petitioner 4-U 4t f-T r a".'M 'W., -_.... : No.7...._ w.. __... No ... .....raw,__AMU..11. ,: Ne. ,.. ... _..... : oooo I 10. -.THU, .ATIII jja. .
..............................,r..-.......... ......... .. ., ::...........................:.:..... ........M'..... ..... .........-... .. -- : .<: ::: :. -- .;. ..--. ::::. .. :

APRIL 16.19"u./ ... lttAPU PAGE 11

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Services Held '"j', """ w. >><" ':' '."," <' '.v Y ''' .v 9,:..;,' Y"Io '." "' ,,.'., ./.,">-{" 'W", <'j .,
'".;",> w ll>",."{." ',',;; "oV, fi{W.;" "":,','';V";( < ,0 .c '" .'==?" '...<. '," ; >.;1''. ';Y'":? '. '" 1 11
'"'''' .:)(> } ; :";:- ,' >.<' ,<.," '.' o/> "' .. ;;. ( :i: '," ;
r For Lonnie HarleyAt 'fr' ?, "<,tr,,,:<,i\\ -j.M"0',1tt". ;;! {': A.,.... '.w.""" ;, ..-'< ): \/:.";..,. '. ., >{:." !;.'<''f':..>-S:1..:..,..
'i'' .,'. ,< v' < -!<" 'w ,." >i>>" .. :
Lake ;:''I! ;;;r.>",,' ( ; ?,.P. "'zJ'i': ; \' ""t} '
Kingsley 'thR: f.'" '0>" '<' : r '
I.I ? \< } : :: "

.I. w 1, Lonnie Harley Jr.. 67, of ''''h.:<::.'':irr![ .' .vf.fA'. .:; .:,.rf., J!;,,,,',! Vi">. .411' t

1 Starke died '<'< > .!<;t : '?< ;; (:
t Saturday Apr. 11, Lt11P: : f.:<- ==
I In a local hospital after a brief
I Illness.

August 5. 1902. he was the son CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Highway 125 NortJ\westotLaw- CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH School, 9:45 aun.Morn-
of the late Alonzo H. and Abble LATTER DAY SAINTS ley. Sunday School 10 ajn.Morn Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- Ing Worship U a.m. Youth
1404 E. Bessent Road Communion
Biggs Harley. lIe was an auto ing Worship 11:15.: Sunday Night Morning Worship and ing Worship. 11 a.m.; Evening Fellowship 6 pjn. Choir -
SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. Service 11 Evening services practice
mechanic and a farmercattleman. a.m. Worship 7:30 pjn.; Prayer Wednesday 8
Service 6:30Rev.. R.L. Bennett pjn. .
School 10 Sacra-
Sunday a.m.
pastor. Meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday. -Rev. Robert D. Burch
ment 6 pjn. Worship service -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor. .
I Mr. Harley was president of MondayMia 7:30: p.m. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
the Bradford Cmmtv Farm Bureau TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. '
t, i ;;secretary-treasurer of the 7:30 WednesdayRelief. Society; Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Sunday- 9:45: a.m. Sunday Sunday School, 10 ajn...Morning -
I Starke Lions Club; a member p.m.Dean Hansen Branch Presi- Worship 11 a.m. Pre- IIAM XON: CHRISTIAN CHURCH School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship Worship, 11. Training Union

.I. of the Cattlemen's Association; dent. Services (Booster Band Young Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 6 p.m. Training Union 7 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8.
Auto mechanics students Gary Webber and Lamar a director of the Soil Conser- People and Prayer Service). 6 ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 8

I Johnson, get last-minute tips from( instructor Quincy vation District; a member of JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship 7 pjn. Worship, -James Shaw pas Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser- p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy pastor.

; Gardner (left) before leaving for Tallahassee.' At the Chamber of Commerce, and BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Midweek Service, Wednesday. tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday .N I
I the First United Methodist KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
301 North behind Tas- 7:30 p.m. E.R. Bowers, D.D., night-1 p.m. Family night.
right Don Williams of Starke Chrysler-Plymouth
Church of Starke. tee Frees Drive In, Sunday pastor. Sunday School 9:30; Training
.I team sponsor.. School 10 Worship Service BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Worship -
Surviving Is his wife Helen a.m. BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH
Robinson Harley,Starke one son, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer School 9:45 11 ajn.; Evening Worship
; Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun- Sunday : ; 7
Meeting 7:30
Auto Mechanics Team Ready Al Harley] m, Merritt Island; Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- HOPE BAPTLST.CHURCH day School] 10 a.m. Ron Bris Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Wednesday.p.m.; .:. :
(Highway 100 at Theressa) tol, Superintendent. I Worship 7 pjn.;Wed.Prayer -
three grandchildren four bro- day.Leroy Training Pastor Rev. Robert West.
; Olive, pastor E.L. Sunday School-10 a.m., Morning Union Meeting and Bible Study, 7
For Trouble-Shoot Contest thers. Dan and Sinclair Harley, : p.m. Lowell Doug ..
Grlffls, associate pastor. Worship- sjn.; Training las Study on Book of Psalms.
both of Starke; Habbard Barley Director. Worship Services, p.m. NEW RIVER BAPTIST

G ry..WeKber.. of Melrose, Bushnell, and Sumpter Barley DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Union-ship7:15]6:30 pjn.. ; Evening Wor- U a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw C.J. Sheffield pastor. Everyone Sunday School, 10 ajn..Morn-
recognize outstanding Philadelphia] Pa. three sisters : pjn.Wednesday music director. Welcome. 11
and Lamar Johnson af Lowley. young ; BROOKER Night Prayer Ser- Ing Worship, a.m. Training
auto mechanic students and Mrs. Martha Miley, Jack- Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship
School 10 Worship
will represent the Brad Sunday ajn. vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle
'encourage them to make sonville Beach Mrs. Abbie Bag- 8 Wednesday
a ; pjn. night service.
Services 11 and 7p.m
ford-Union: Area VocationalTechnlcal a.m. Fackham, pastor. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
career In th's' field. gett, Wichita Kan., and Mrs. HEILBRONN BAPTIST 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. .
Training 6
in the 1970 pjn/- School]
Center ,
Trouble Clara Blocker, Lake City. CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday .
Shooting has placed ; Rev. Conway pastor. Parker pastor. ?,
I Plymouth Trouble Shooting /more than 16,000 young men In Funeral services were held Lacy Sunday School] 9:45a.m.Morn- 9:45 ajn. MomingWorshp.lO:45
Contest starting at 10 a.m. Evening Service 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
I ing Worship 11. ajn.
full part-time! In Jones Mem- Training Union
or at 2 Monday
Jobs as auto p.m. CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 .Morning -
Friday to Tallahassee. mechanics, .and since orial Chapel with Rev. DeWitt a.m. 6:30 pjn. Evening Service, 7:30. Youth GroupMeetlnlrSundayI:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
the St. Starke.
students con 422 N. St. Clair Worship, 11 ajn.. and 7 p.m.
mechanics Ing Worship 11. Training Union
Ajito Midweek p.m. \ ,
: Service 7:30.
test became T.
a national eventIn School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns
schools throughout the Sunday -J.C. Brown minister '6:30. Evening Worship ).
from ,
1962. Chrysler -Plymouth was In Kingsley Lake Cemetery Services 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor 7:30.:
area -will compete In this unusual has mare! under the direction of DeWitt
: scholarships avail -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor.
event which gives students Jones Funeral Home. --------- ---------..--------_.-------- -.

a chance Into to translate practice.: able then for 2.000 146 h'jh students.schools More and C. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ,'.I..v..t' ..'I'f't,,,..".. ., ,t/,,,""':',,.".!.r.'f..i........ .,....-.1.1.\::;. : .."..,...'':<..r,I, .\ .-"-:: Nr......; .---:-.: ::-::-:- -;:-.:;- .u.1.-:; ; 11I _-----.
classroom theory ;) :
Each team, consisting. of two colleges representing all 50 Wm. H. Beahler OF Ralford .
states, participate! each year.. West Weldon St. and
!boys will take: written exam The local team will be Road t .
accompanied -
and then -will be given a car I OVER THE SEAS
to Tallahassee. 'by William Henry Bsahler, 70 of Sunday School: 10:00: a.m.11:00
to put la running cond.tlon.: auto mechanics instructor Route 1, SLarlce, died in a West i.m. C.A. Services: 7:00: p.m. .
The cars ar* new Plymouths Quincy Gardner Florida hospital Sunday morning Evangelistic Services. ,I I

but have been deliberately.!! put after a ]long, illness. A r1Ji. Wednesday: JJo' Mid-Week (} "What f I. man Thou modest him to have dominion ouer the works of/ thy hard"s '. 1
out of commission: for the con LEGAL FORMS. Brad dent of the Starke area since Service. I I 5;:' (: "
test. ford County Telegraph Ph. 1945, he was born In Wells- Pastor: T.E. Gilly ;(,: God has blessed man and given him the right and power to rule over his :;, .

Purpose of. the contest is to W-6J05. Ibourgh, Ind. on Nov. 21. 1899.! I ;! cieation. As man has needs! God has given him the knowledge and ability r: .
He was a retired BAPTIST CHURCH r.;: to meet these needs. Pictured here is only one of many such triumphs. ti';! .
worker and a Presbyterian. 1
I p- "... Surviving: is his wUs' Mrs. 633 W. Pratt'St. Sunday ser J Our nation has 1 particularly! been blessed. Let us each Sunday attend 'h

Rae S. Beahler; one daughter, vices: Sunday School. ]10 a.m. !w i! worship> services and give thanks. to our Lord who is so Kenerou ;; .
r SPRING CLEARANCE Mrs. Esther Curry Vero Preaching, 11 ajn. Training t .? .
Beach: two sons. William H. Union 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- Y.! 9

SALE APRIL ISj-19 and Beahler.Carson Jr.,W.Union B-jahler Mills., Chula Ind. ship, 7-Elder pjn. Everyone A.G. Flynn welcome.pastor I .,,1'1.I :,,:, ".1," .... !'I 1'" ',.".-.. ,..'.....'-'.." "" ...... .. .rat\ .n -.'. .". ,..\,................."...,.'....',:'I .,. ,
EVERYTHING MUST GOt Vista, Calif.: one stepson Har* CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS \\yM.m,:. c" 1 ,

.old Relnert Mslbaurne; two CHURCH -> td f' ,
sisters, Mrs. Esther Markleyand KI
Sunday Scholl 9:45: a.m.,Morn-
[ Mrs. Irene Tcpper Milford ing Worship 11 a.m.. Youth Ser- ,
GOTTA MOVE THEM! Ind., and nine ,grandchil!. vice 5:30: pjn., Evening Worship, I

-- .M.., dren. 7 p.m. ,
Funeral services were heldIn Thursday night Prayer .

COME SEE All THE Union Mills, Ind., with burial 7:30: p.m.Ivy Luke, Pastor h. ,
In Union Mills Cemetery. I

Home was In charge of local 1 CHURCH m .

BARGAINS! arrangements. Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: ; I ,
Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- I

ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training I I sI ,
Irvin Mosley Union. 7:30.: $
ALL PRICES SLASHED : ThursdayTeachers and Officers ,

-- .. +....,_e.--- Irvin Mosley. 59, of Starke. Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer I r iOr.
died Meeting 7:30.Edward: f I I
r- "N- 1:1:: : dtSty in A Iccal hospital Sunday
S2S.09 deposit holds v morning after. a brief Illness. C. Harvey pastor. I .
the home of He was born in Clay Countyon iQ1 ". Chrnh n God t epp. $d .,..p In air /
your Jan. 30, 1911 and was employed ST. MARKS A tvt .Id I..prad.q Hit tlMwlfd tl Ml law .
choice for /
up CHURCH .. .
at the Vocational Tech- ii. and d N.$dm..nd / mae ropd [
daysstourSalePricelBRAND 1'L 9:45 Church School 1 .. t
nical Center In Starke. He t. that I.+ 1 henna hlr ,hb. Withv I
-NdV.-. J '''Was a. member of the Churchof 11 Holy Eucharist 1st Sunday I tvd Hs,r..dn,en the 1... d sod. .. .
Christ. a.m. .+ ''amt a r.nq I wep d M. ea lees 1 I
Morning Prayer 2nd, 3rd & ,.srl .s .l pr..Nrl and th e.danr .heh we hid ,'1%
his !
Surviving Is wife. Dular
Ith .
Sundays 11 a.m. tvt d., .ill In.ntottj pdd amnia., ..m
NEW 12 Mosley. of Si-srlrc: : th-ee daughters t
1 .. Ir.l. a ule0 pent d.w.,me rh4I d$,ppwl
Mrs. Annie Frances!. Jones FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1 .
WIDE 2 BR Horn
IM Chunk le d'.h..l' fl .If..4 Aral. redA.9
compltttly furrmhtd.Delivered' ii of Marlon lal.. Mrs, uji.g.a STARKE I.' ., ...
0r Vt If id hn Ien.lp. pr.d rh. t. tV I
.. a Mae Bordeaux, Eunice, La.. Sunday School, 9:45. Morning .
and set ,
up: .r, pin. h.ld uplaM and p.nehmq s
0 and Mrs. Judy Ann Lundy, Worship at IL YWA meets immediately I ,' rrh.
within 100 miles of after morn1neworshlp. Ch"d b..u,. M. tnM .h.t 1
0 Lansing. Mich.! : two sons Law
... Training Union fellowship time I 1 i ram. HI., d.Hh .d d..N.p. th.h.h .$UI
0 rence Mosley. Starts and Marvin "
0 0 Mosley. Baltimore. Md.; 5:45; Training Union fellowship 4 ell .t hen 11" n dlld ./ ,

$2838 one sister, Mrs. Viola McCau- time, 5:45: ; Training Union. 6:15: ;

I I ley, Daytona ana,:!. a brother Evening Worship, 7:30.:
MondayYouth Choir Practice
Clyde Mosley. .Starke: and ten
/ 7 p.m.
grandchildren. Tuesday Junior Choir, PrI- .
Funeral services were heldat ---------------- -------------------
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mary Choir, 3:35: ; Junior GA,
10 a. n. Wednesday::! at the .
SELECT NOW graveside In Douglas Cemetery 4:15.Wednesda
S Family Night STARKE
I YOUR CHOICE Union! County. with DeanH. 6 pjn. Prayer Meeting, RA BRADFORD
OF 20 HOMES. Hansen cfflclaUng. DeWitt
Meeting, 6:30 :
: ; Sunday School
I C. Jones Funeral Home was Teachers and Officers Meeting JEWELRY SUPPLIES, Inc. .

F'9iiL'JII In charge of arrangements. 7:15; Church Choir Practice ABSTRACT CO.

8:15.: Official Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
Thursday- Visitation, 7 p.m. Better Service For Your
i MAY I AC PORTA DRYCRfUCIST.ER Bloom PeeblesBloom Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand

NOW -W.A. Hogan, Pastor Title Problems
NOTHING TO BUY DRAWING Peebles. 81. Starke, BULOVA WATCHES Sporting Goods

SUNDAY APRH. I'9 6PM died Sunday In a Starke hospital Abstracts
142 W. Call
YOU DO NOT HAVE fO BEPRESCNI ) alter a! short illness. H3 MADISON STREET St. Starke Title Insurance: "Check With Us First" :

TO WIN ''ffas' born in Emanuel County. BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 964-7064
Georgia!. oni Oct. 15. 1888, and Opportunities for service: 158 W. Can Ph. 964-6881 219 Washington St. 964-5270

784 SOUTH LANE AVENUE off 1-10 1 \Was a retired carpenter. Sunday School], 9:45; Morning ,
Surviving! is a daughter Ors.e 1 Worship' 11; Youth Choir Prac- STARKE "W'SERVICE .
|JACKSONVILLE I 1 tice, 4:30: ; Youth Fellowship Sup FAULKNERGULF
5:45 Training Valor, 6:15
]per : ; : ;
/ i WMU Prayer Circle. 7:15 Evening -
.e.....e.e.....eeeeeee ...e..e .t I Worship 7:30. ; BIO Edwards Ph. 964-7231 SERVICEAND

Wednesday-, GA, Sunbeams $ "
Tnt... '
YWA, WMS business :

J !meeting, 6:30; Prayer Meeting Headlight Adjusting :
REVIVAL Business Meeting, 7:30; Church U-HAUL RENTALS
Choir Practice, 8:30.: Brake Service C)
-Denton Sumrall. pastor. -- : Truck: Trailer :
& Wheel Balance and

GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH i FIRST UNITED STARKE METHODIST Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111. Complete Minor Tune-Ups Lubrication:

SundayChurch School 9:45; PROMPT ROAD SERVICE

Morning Worship 11; MYF Snack 1011 N. Temple Avenue .
;Supper, 6 p.m.; MYF Meeting AU Minor Repairs 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE

STARKE, F1.0HIL\ 6:30: ; Evening Worship, 8. 617 N. PHONE 964-5899
Monday- Girl Scouts 3:15; Temple Aye. Starke Hlway 301 and 100 ..
MYF SubdistrlctMeatlngatFleasant -

j Grove, Lake CUr; 7:30.: *10 S. Temple Starke

.: April 20-25 Nightly 7:30: P.M. : WednesdayChildren's TuesdayBrownies, 3:15.Choir BRADFORD. TELEGRAPH COUNTY FLORIDA

\\ Rehearsal, 3:30: ; Library' open
3:15: to 5. Prayer Meeting and '

I : Evangelist Ben C. Jones : Bible ThursdayGirl Study 7:30. Scouts. 3:15; EST

Youth Choir Rehearsal 7; Chancel and Market ONTROLa

Choir Rehearsal, 7:30.: ADDING MACRINZSnrorrocoruju
-DeWitt T. Farabee.Jr.Pastor' Groceries Meats Feed
t3f fM ta.
JAX., FLA. .
: a... MeJ/
Ola Wilson LrwL vdlle. Oa.: u tus. Take .... tfrydtery Mlal Jack and
: : one son, W. A. Peebles. Fort safer vortt.UKUS. .- Gladys Edward 539 E. Call
Special Singing Nightly Lauderdale Starke, Fla.
; one brother Sanv U. S. 301 South Starke
S P1 Peebles. Winter Haven; and Phone 964-5745 for FREE
seven grandchildren. PHONE 964-5312
Funeral serrlceswere- held I ENVCtOrCS' Inspections and Estimates
: PASTOR: DON DRAWDY : at 3 pjn. Tuesday In Crosby -. .

Lake Cemetery with Rev. DeW -
''tt T. Farabee of@cIatin.;. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

\ S Everyone Welcome! Arrangements were la charge Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties
at DeWitt C, Jones Funeral "Helping Our Members Live Better
Boma. ElfttrJca: Keystone.
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For May 7 ,

I$ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE I The submitted following! slate by the of Nominating officerswas Of Lake Approval BillBill ; OCCUPY Council At Tues. MeetingBy

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:.' 2 meeting Baker chairman of the Barbara Hill The Masonic Lodge Is check-
Mrs. Burdette David E. Ennis American Legion Post 202() : Lake Region: Citizens Committee ing on whether to allow further

-Keystone HilitesBy Commander, James F Drew; expressed optimism yes Nightingale Avenue spelled dances at the hall. The annual
Services Held
Named-By Legion 1st Vice Commander! JR.
terday over the prospect for trouble for Keystone Heights city safety inspection of Keystone
I- At Keystone For Boys StateThe Mitchell: 2nd: Vice Commander: approval by the House Committee council again at the meeting Beach Is due, for insurance purposes -
Harrison: Piclcett: : Finance Public\ for the
on Parks and Tuesday night, with rainwaterand before it Is opened

I. JIM FOX Mrs. Margaret K. Burdette, Americanism! Committee C. 11. Habsrstrch: Ser Linda of legislation setting drainage the culprits. summer, and Councilman Joy

I- Please Phone In Your Items 473-414&'&" 76, of) Keystone Heights, died of Keystonc-MPlrcss! American v ce Officer.! Gordon: Allshouse Baksr: -'. Chaplain Earl: F. : freshwater both sides were noted in last year's inspection -
Frliay::!. Apr. 10 in a Gainesville Lejlon Post 202 has select. lakefront property on along faults
', Historian t Ray H. Renfi'o: Ser. corrected.Paul .
brief Ill lakes. pointed out by Mayor Raymond were never
hospital after a principal -
ed David E. Ennis as
.CAMPING HONORS meeting members and their ness ;She was born In Pittsburgh and Norman Wll-, Fred II. ClarK Baker said that: several minor Starnes, and a culvert extensionis Smysor ofGalnesvllleoper-

',>FOR: KEYSTONE SCOUTS guests enjoyed an excellent Pa. on Sept. 10, 1893. delegate, attend Jr. memV- Executive Board: changes had been male in needed according to street ates the beach, on a 99-year
....: Scouts from luncheon prepared by membersof cox as first alternate to A. Nelson of Keystone
Boy; Keystone Mrs. Burdette and her hus. David the bill this week ar.d it :will committee chairman Huntley lease from the city
Heights Troop 105 tied with one the Woman's Golf Association.The band managed Hart FurnitureCo. Boys State in Tallahassee, Action on the nbove slate 'toe resubmitted to the committee Redfearn, Jr. Rcdfearn! recom- Heights.
'. :'01' the leading troops from day's activities were cli- June 21-27. will take pnce!: nt the r.oxt regular at hearing at 10 a.m. mended a 12 foot extension of the Illegal parking blocking the"driveIn"
maxed with an invitation to play In Starke for many years. The American Legion Department 7. A'l a at the post-
> Gainesville for top honors at meeting on May Holland 48 inch culvert on the dischargeside mailbox
..''.'the Alachua District: Camperee 18-holes of golf on the local Four years ago thcy moved to of Florida sponsors members are ut-g'cI: to alien: Friday Apr. 17, in the : to keep the swiftmovingcreek office was discussed, and the
''at Baden-Powell Scout Reservation course. Keystone HeIghts, where they Boys State to( ass'st! responsibilities and:! actively! pait'cipat!] in the Building of! SO from washing road foun- yellow no parking lines are to
last Saturday and Sunday. were with the DjWitt C, Jones of AmerIcan citizen- election of officers. Noin'natlon.q A delegation some dations further. Concrete bags be repainted. Many people swing

TEEING OFF! Funeral Home ,hi... ,B-* t.> tn-Miint, !' q sense will bo accepted from members of the Lake Region! have washed into the stream, across the street heading in the

>A total of 251 Scouts, representing First rounds In the Ladles Surviving is her husband, H. of) individual responsibility to the floor.Drive. Committee attended a hearing and the concrete retainer on wrong direction to drop mail-

IS troops,from the Ala- Club Championship at the Key- S. Burietts.:! the community, state, and na :before the committee in Tallahassee top Is cracked. particularly in the 9 a.m.

'chua District, took part in the stone Golf and Country Club are Funeral services were held 1on. last Friday, but action: The mayor and Council Chair- rush period, and suggestions for

:-amporee. Troop 105 was one being completed this week. The at 10:30: am. Monday: at Hope Upon arrival In Tallahassee!! on the bill wag delayed at man Everett Fox will contact stopping this included requestingthe

,,.','-of the highest scoring troops. competitors have been placed in Cemetery with Rev. Fred O. the boys will be assigned to ContinuesFor that time at the suggestion of Clay County commissioners for postoffice department for another -

.The Flaming Arrow, Outlaw, flights according to individual Yerkes officiating intermentwas mythical political parties and several members who said help in repairing the street. Prices mailbox across the street.

-.. Panther, Raven and Cobra pa- handicaps. Losers in the initial under direction of DeWittC. grouped into c'tles' and coun Library FundMiss they needed more information on the culvert extension will The old lighting system at the

"s.trols, totaling 23 boys, brought matches will be placed in consolation Jones Funeral Home of ties. They will hold electionsand on certain phases of the proposed be obtained before a definite city park will be inspected,

home four blue ribbons and one flights. The ladles are Keystone Heights.' carry out all functions of Louise! Batten president I. legislation. decision to install it. Earlier: checking on what poles need repair -

red ribbon to add to Troop 105 reminded to check the club's state government. of the Green Cove Springs Baker said yesterday that this spring a bulkhead with sup. or replacing. A double water

.,% nors. bulletin board for further instructions Membership In Boys State is Oardsn Club repots a concerted :> the bill as now written, sets ports and creosoted timbers was bill for municipal hall and park

'. Judging of participating: patrols concerning their mat- Wallie Crews limited to boys with outstanding effoit in "writs-ln" ac up standards for establishing constructed, but has proved Inadequate will be investigated. UO1 maintenance -

was based on camping and ches. qualifications of lea:ler. tivity to contact all civicgroups property lines between state. with all the heavy rains. crews need help in clearIng -
Cooking abilities scouteraft Congratulations to local golf the the Lawrence Blvd. of parkedcars
events Walli inviting! support for owned lake bottom and
Crews fill, of Melrose ship, honor, loyalty, and service -
conduct and placement in ers Wally Muhlhofer,Jim Chess- died Sunday In a Gainesville whs. have completed( their civic beautlficat'on' pvcjact at ;upland property owners, and Building closer than prescribedto when they come to clean
1 ,-contests. The local troop scored ington and Don Shackleford who : the Cliy County Library. makes the IIP Board jesponslible the property line was the streets, and officials asked for
nursing! home. tie inBroolcer and
born !
was Junior In hlh srhool
yoar ::
high In their ability as campers. came home with prizes from the Contributions: were acknow. for approval of such lines. request of Tommy Millican, representing overnight notice to be able to

Several patrols took first placeIn Fourth Annual Strawberry Invitational of the on Jan.late Jon 9, 1882 and Virginia theson have at least one more semes ledged::! this wek from the The new legislation is designed the First Baptist set up no parking signs. The
ter remaining.
scouteraft contests.Events Included Golf Tournament held Harrcll Green Cove Springs! Garden t to( eliminate.: controversy Church, whose proposed new DOT maintenance man also commented -
fire by friction, compass at the Starke Golf and Coun- Crews. He was aret1re1 of 1"no building may stand only four on bait tanks dumped at
nnd from private to ownership
farme Club, $,13: : ns
course, chariot race, nature try Club last Saturday and Sun- the ?. a member of citizens, $3. The total contributed man's! land":! caused by shifting feet Inside the property line at a bait shop, making a street
study and stalking.The Brooker Baptist Church NEWS NOTESBy lines when the the back. At an earlier meet- washout, and creating an unsanItary
day.Wally date la $130.FELLOWSIIIP properly
to .
and pine Hill
camporee opened Saturday was third place winnerin Lodge No. 9, level in fresh water ing, Rev. Lawrence Carroll requested spot.
with all Scouts being required the third flight, and is now F.&: A.M. Helen Egan water moving the street in Street lights were approved for
to hike the last mile to sporting a handsome golf bag Surviving is his wife! Bessie lakes rises or falls. exchange for church propertyon the area by the Lions Club build

camp, backpacking all of their on the Keystone course as a M. Crews. and a stepson Elms CLUB and busIness the other side and the council ing, by Mrs. Mallard's residence,
equipment. A campfire and films result of his efforts. Both Chess- Yatbrough. both of Melrose; coivrn, '111" { cut) tG'1 i The m tmthly luncheon of the ellowship referred him to the water near the city limits, and by

on Saturday night highlighted the ington and Shackleford received three daughters Mrs. D. L. The 1o"lIyteneral, meetlm meeting the :Masonic : works, to get an agreement on Mrs. Richardson's.A .
m / held at
two-day event. The camporee golf balls for their winning positions Hicks and Mrs. P. A. Sorrclls of the Church Women was held Club Hall; was'Ihiirsday. .\prll 9, at MELROSEBy water pipes in the street. Disaster Preparedness Seminar
closed Sunday following church in the tournament. Jacksonville: and Mrs Joe ed on They have agreed on having the was announced for May 21,
April 6 at 7:3): 2.'n. in the 'i- 12:3(1() President Tern Hanson -
service. The public is reminded that BrceJsn: Gainesville; one stepdaughter cational b.1l Idi'Ii; with:' Mrs. Roy : called p.m. the group togetherand Joyce Rowe water main replaced with a hea- from 9 a.m. to 12:30: p.m. at
the Woman's Golf Associationis Mrs. Vermelle Terrellwlm vier iron pipe, he said, to withstand the Lions Club building.
Turknett presiding.The introduced Mrs. Amy
SHRTNERS TOURNAMENTThe sponsoring their annualSprlng Socky, Orlando; a brother, Missionary Chalrinin: and ( The tasty ,inSr sflflrrr rrrrrflt any pressure from the KOP (Keystone on Parade) was
offered rlce.:
Third Annual Clay County _Card Parly at the clubhouse on Raud Crews, Bro ker; 17 2nd Vice Prejiti'it: : rea4< : a poe-n covered: dish food was enioycd'v Relatives! of Chris Foran, Sr. building foundation, with Mrs. granted use of the municipal

Shrlners' Tournament will be Friday afternoon, starting at I grandchildren and two great. feaairing: the symVslic moaning 31 members, and one guest. enjoyed a delicious Happy Birth Kennedy, of the water works, building for a week in July.A .

held at the Keystone Golf and p.m. Individual table prizes will grandchildren.: the Dogwood. Mrs. Hoy Bridges The\ spuik-n: of the afternoon, day dinner with him at Bill's Big and if the zoning variance is resolution will be sent to
Country Club on Saturday, April be awarded to the winners. Admission allowed, there would be no need Tallahassee requesting a red-
Funeral services were held shawed color slidtM: ,)f ma. lve Charles McGlave. is a past Dis- Q Restaurant In Melrose Saturday -
18. 'Ibis will be an l Itt-hold tour- Is $1 per guest. Reservations !at 10 ,a.m. Tuesday the paintings or the Loris: '>up'jtr' trict Pcpluy Governor; of the April 4. Those attending for a trade of land to move the /green traffic light at Lawrence

nament for Shriners, Masons and should be made with Brooker Biptit: Church with Crufixion and Resurrection on Lions Club of northeast Florida included Mr. and Mrs. Chris 5 tree I. Blvd. and Highway 100, Insteadof

their spouses. Participants will Mrs. Phil Wright or Mrs. Albert Rev. James: Tornple officiating. display at Forest Lawn in Callf-\ Ills interesting and very educational Foran, Sr, of Melrose; their The front of the new church, the caution light now operating -
pay only $5 for the tournament Bachmann, hostesses for and according to the plat presentedto there. Council feels that the
Interment was:: in New Hope or'iii wtclsselstei! astsum- talk was on I'.je: Banks, son: and daugher-in-law,
dinner and dancing which will this event.ROTAKY. Cemetery with Masonic rites at mtr. which many people have heard Mrs. Chris: Koran, Jr. and son, tie council, would be 28 feet DOT traffic count was not taken

be sponsored by the Clay County the gravffslde. DeWitt C. Jonas It WI1,1, o'eotiou.; ,\ght. and Mrs. about, but few know the extent Bryan Patrick, of Gainesville! ; from the property line on highway during the summer rush season
Shrlners Association.The 100-.ten feet forward of and also that school childrenaren't
chairmtn of the nom1-! their daughter Mrs. Marilyn :
Gayle rendered. ,
Funeral Home was In chargeof and value of services
public is invited to attend Edward Regner, representingthe the church auditorium able to cross safely with
committee. presented thofOllOw'.U said Putnam and son Dean Ross Putnam present
arrangements.last natlnj Historical! :Mr. :McGlave ,
the dinner and dancing Shell Oil Co. Jacksonville when the vestibule is removed. caution light.
party the
: SlltJ! Wlll7ll,: W.J !tI'l- that buck In the late ISUO's an of Gainesville, Mr. and only
which will include music provided office, was the guest speaker at animously acccpUd: President, made: to replace :Mrs. Dennis Lenhart of Gainesville Bids are now out for the build- Hours of 2-10 p.m. Sunday,
by a orchestra.Tickets the Keystone Heights Rotary Club attempt was ing, Mllllcan said due April 30,
Mrs. Barry Wyman, Sr.; Vice animal but It Mrs. Isabclle McPhersonand 3-10 Monday through ,
for the barbecue chicken dinner last Friday. The guest speakerwas week of Itev. and Mrs. Milton President and I'roJram Chair- a cornea; from Lions an Club of ,:MiamiIn sons, Bart and Jeff, and and they hope to begin work soon and until 12 midnight Friday and
and dance are now on sale introduced by Rotarian 1.1- J, ScrIpture m-\: Mrs. Walter; GrjJ'.cX;; ; 2nd failed. founded the first IAP: daughters, Lisa and Avis of Melrose after. Saturday are to be set forth ina
for $2 from any local Shrlner don Kimmons.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Overmeyer Vice President and :Missionary 195 In 1962 North ; Mrs. Emma Bates of Mel- Council voted to refer the mat- letter to the recreation center,

or at the Keystone Heights Pro Regner presented an Interesting entertained their son and daugh- Chairman, Mrs. A.P llullrmn) ; Bank in lorida.Club founded the rose; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard ter to John lly rd, chairman of after some variance has been
discussion on the research ter-in-law. Rev. and Mrs. David I lorida Lions the zoning committee and have
Secretary, Mrs. Charles Smil1]; Too It Is RutleJgc and daughters, o Lake found since the center was opened
This year's tournament com and oil-well drilling act- Overmeyer, and family at TreauptfC. Mrs. Halph Bnrker. piesent Eye Hank. that enables ty Geneva, the committee hold a hearing more than a month ago. Also,

mittee has worked diligently to ivities which are being conducted their' hornet on Lake Brooklyn The officers will take office World Wide service Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Durbin have before final council action. the council specified that an adult
new receive
make this a, most successful''' by Shell Oil on' the North Slopeof last* weekend. Rev. /and Mrs.*. 'following the May: !13!I circlelunn'ieon. : a sightless and person if to cornea m. led Into their new !home., They Complaints about behavior at must be on the premises at all
and event why not Alaska. The speaker's discussion who mission sight, w'len an eye dances at the Masonic Hall led
enjoyable so Overmeyer, are I This must be have spent several weeks re- times, since minors cannot be
make plans to support the Clay was supplemented with aries in Columbia, South America Mrs Join i BirJ '3i) >jrts l ')'s 1 Is available.ln\irs o' the! deathof decorating. to a'dusc uss Ion of hours and/or there without parental permis-

County Shrine Club on Saturday, slides that pointed out the con- are on leave in the states the Area Meeting: of Fellowshipof within four Dr. I Herbert Kaufman, Mrs E.". Chester of QuJn: permits for these, and also dan- sion.

April 18? struction sites and drilling pro- until June. Community, ; Churches at Day- a donor, at the visited herson-in-lawanddaugh- ces at the beach concession.Is No secondary road funds will
of the Department
cesses used by his company. Mrs. Albert Nelson and Mrs. tom ! i Sisf mllllhIrs.: Inlvcrsity of 1 Florida! has been ter, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Allen be available in the Keystone area

TURF ASSN. MEETING N.ll. Bowen recently returnedto William Wall renn-'tl for tho Instrumental In developing several last! weak.Mrs. to find a cure. Whoa a volunteer before Deccnber 1971 since these
': Keystone Heights Golf Pro Ed CORRECTION PLEASE! Keystone following a 3 1/2 Church Women and Mrs. Nettle: projects In using/ different Martha Dorman is recovering calls; give: what you can are tied up until that time with
Rodgers hosted the regular In the April 16 issue of the month tour on a German freighter 17 it
fl SUtchberry; reported on the tine of u dunitC'J. ee or eyes. from two sprained ankles so our Children can gru'1up: approaches to Hwy. was
monthly business meeting and "Keystone Hilites" this reporter which they boarded in Pana- aae.iah'l! ( )\..,.;,'' :,, pirts Mr. :McGlave has donor eye suffered recently In a falL In i world where canoe: Is junta reported to the council.
luncheon of the FloridaGeorgiaTurf erred in listing the recently ma Citj. During their stay In list is Ethel of Jasmine
Circle Homo Mecttnjs >'It'IIJIJ blanks! and, as he said, the wonder : Also: on the casualty tad memory. If you would Mrs. Weyman
Association at the local crowned 1970 Strawberry Queen, Europe, they were located at Jack Chamblee of Mr. and Street attended the meeting witha
held on April 20 as follows: Mrs and ioy on' ? re..''i to K.IVV sol like to help with the drive or
clubhouse Monday, April 13, with Miss Elaine Lovorn; of Keystone major ports in England, Germany Wilson, 1:30: at her horn: o.i Hut alter one's dem' ;0'', one'seye Mrs. Tom Chasnfr'ee? win: 'Has ht/u: n.iy questions, co.ifact Mi 3. complaint about dogs in that

21 members in attendance. The Heights, as Florida.the current Miss Lovorn Miss France and the Nether; Little Sanfi Fe, :Mrs. lUrk-. will help 'i J 'wperson' : two broken fingers, also the result Ernest Bartlett, who Is head of neighborhood.
REA for
membership, which 'includes both 1969. lands. 1:30 at home of Mrs. :M.A.Schro- to receive $'g'uI.: 'I hire is nago ') of a recenf;: fall. the drive. Inquiries have come from several -
golf pros and superintendents, held this title Ann Barton 17- On their return trip from Eu- eder on Half :Moon Lake; :Mrs. I1m ',, There will bi a sprayer de- Kormi: wore J' nt out this week Cable TV companies, according
had representatives from 18 private Miss Mary rope, they enjoyed eleven port : jnstration at the Barlett Grove to deter- to Mayor Starnes, but
of Mr. and B01.1:1: l3a: ) hirn: ; if Mrs. In the absence of .">ecy. I Houston m with school snulciifs
and municipal courses, located year old daughter of Keystone stops In the Caribbean. Their last Christ >ffeiMi.'3. Fred Smith\ 1 Diiscoll> :'oIl'sIitta: kersey was: on SR! 21 sooth' 3f Melrose at mine the number of kindergarten he had not heard of any requests

between Orlando and Mrs. C.It. Barton holds the title stop before returning to Panama at home of :Mrs. Charles Smith appointed Sec'j' pro-tern 'lica- 10 a.m. Ihursdiy.. April 23. Tivo studa.its! in this area for from citizens as to whether they

Brunswick, Ga. Heights, currently Miss REA. The- City was in Kingston, Jamaica.Lt. at 1:30. Mrs. Gre ,1.1'1 m'I'I'u' surers report was encouraging, or six companies will dem )n- next year'lt ara urgedto might be interested. Five chan.

'? .j. Dr. Harry T. Myers, associate of Florida's Miss Barton'snew Col :Margaret McNulty clnrfft, 9:30: a.m. at him.' >s' with- the exception (that there arc strate equipment for spnytng fill these out and return them nels with guaranteed receptionwas
_.......professor at the University of announcement released on April (]let.,) was a recent guest of Mr f. J. Ocitretcher, Park-o- several members of 1969! who owe pecan trees. This demonstration if they have a child .ha will' offered with company officials -
: Florida, was guest speaker. Dr. title was Mr. and Mrs. N. Watson lIar- Palms. Mrs. Cook's Nlghten- dues for 1970. has been arranged by the University be/ five by Decemljoc 3''!. If youd to come to Keystone Coun-

: Myers' delivery was entitled, 4. senior at Paxon denbergh at their new home on gales, 1:30: p.m. ?t hom> .->r :Mrs.Cook. :Mrs. Nell Gruyson, Health and of Flo.-ldu and: the County ) not receive a form and havea cil to discuss the project, if

: "Spring Transition Problems," Miss Barton,Jacksonville a Lake Geneva. Col. McNulty, who This meeting, Is n special: Welfare chairman, reported on !agricultural agent./: Anyone who child that Is eligible, p'eaJJ: desired.
: In which he discussed preven- High School In 1970 Strawberry was has just retired from the USAF one honoring the birthday ol den several ill members.: Charles is interested Is welcome. tocome. contict' the school. It is :nooessiry \:- Gay Livingston, chairman of

the and corrective measures first runner-up in Contest the held In- Nurse's Corps, was a close friendof mem':>
that should be followed in preparing Queen 13 Mrs. Ilardenbergh (who Is Gentry; wliose:. 95th birthday was chua General: rs. !\anllopkins Mttlroo.: : Workers will be information to know how ',n,:>.'' the old building on Nelson's Point
for Starke Friday evening, April also a retired Colonel!), when April 8, Mrs. Louis will to plan
area gold courses Kyle's uf Lake Geneva is seriously ill. coming to your door soon. All knct"lrtecnuuren! : will be torn down.
summer play. both were on active duty to- be May 22, and, < :'ij r on"te( co I.. Cecil O'Brien formor Key- of us have K.IOIVI: som.mic: ; who

frank T. Sprogell southeas- HERE N' THEREMr. Moon gether.Mr. tru!, Mrs. Sybil Sam1):' of Sa- stoner has been hospitalized. has buTcreJ from. this dread for.Students in grades klnder 'lr-
tern representative for the Paul and Mrs. Franklin : and Mrs. Roger Koddv. va.Ill'\'!, Gt., a former Keysotner Newman, motherofCharles disease and how important it ten throuii'i second will bo In.
I E. Allen Co., discussed the most of Poland N.Y., were guests of Walllngford. Conn., have been who is moving back to Florida; Mrs. : fraelure. nlo'a..eoJ. w'th' Kubell Vaccine as KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
and Mrs. El- :Newman, suffered a hip
effective last week of Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. Watson In ; Gernm.i '
fertilizing compounds the near futura. Her ' : a prevention against : \
don Kimmons at their home on William Reynolds, Sr.; Is In Brad- ler for three days. She was returning 0
I several
: presently being used in golf Ilardenbergh for I is April 18. home in thrJO-day meis'es.' Forms. wjra
course maintenance. Lake Brooklyn.Mr. weeks. Mrs.(lliirdenberph lq Mr... Mrs. 5>und ,. and Mrs. Frank Bond!, Koddy's niece. Mrs. I.lhelvejm n, program: Brooklyn 11:.Y. from her vacation
Following brief business Circle 8 the think German
a mt-ots at p.m. at If you mea-

.- --..... ... ... ...... .........,......................,.of.............Kenton................... ,...........Ohio.... ..........,........were...................guests... .- the Kay V.A.'Crabtree Hospital Is in a Gainesville patient at, Sr.home on Lake of :Mrs.lit,.:>:Myron l'yi.. Prevail, musical chalimin luncheon program, mictiiuPresident Is arranging for tho, :May for 14 a at left. St.her Petersburg.1'ark-O-l'alms live with:Mrs.her home Fuller bro-on dd sles: to not the sorloti< spruj[ I. loo't i p.-ji'ivtm wiitt: they last
I where he is being treated for a Wo 'V?I'J I I'J', t) hair of the announced that this,meeting \prll 13 in Ralston week. The Palatka Public Health DIRECTORY
Hanson :! therIex Stewart,
You save time I heart condition. We hope that he Illness of Mril. Catherine Rose, be special withe"cl'J Richard! Fuller UcpartnKs.i*. wI:: i bo In cimr: : o: of
will a one, SpaA.; : Her son, -
is greatly improved b now.CA. .
> who suffered
a pelvic fracture. the inoculations.
.n.m'jcr bringing : flew down
a guest. .W.
of Syracuse,
Titus is a patient In Ala- Mrs. Alms frost who recently ; The pictures taken recently
cluia General Hospital. Ills April 23 is Came diy for on ,\prl\\ II t to assist his motherin jroup U" .\ITY/ SHOP!
many moved back to Musijh.r.'it: : of the classes at Melrose
: You save steps- friends wish him a speedy re- wllh:. her SD'i' and brother's family l-olluwu'ifp: Club and friends. It her move. Is In Jlem:: >,iV.ary ca.rm bu-k: last week
meets at 1:31): ) at St.nne's Par- Hy the time (this news
covery. has been ill for somo/ tlmo, Reed and were purclnjid! : : :>;' sl'jrton's! KEYSTONEBEAUTY
\ Ken and Maye ,
rtsli House. social hour and circulation,
Miss Roxanne Ketch has returned and is now hospitalize 'lie. to of at a cost of $1.23 each. These
refreshments will b?:! served. former owner and operators
: You : home after a week's stay needed:I surgery :at: Canton, Mass.ESTRELLITACLLU will will be priceless to your" chil- SHOP
: moneyHwhen the Lazy Susan restaurant,
In Tallahassee where she was PI.H.SONM.SMr.; : :; visit withrelatives des: I li jeirs to comPo
employed as a messenger for the Members of the Estrellita Club and :Mrs. I..R. Pratt and have arrived for a In 'I ho M;; TJ-ST P'fis lookingfor EDITH! JOHNSON, Owner
and friends Keystone.
legislative branch. ((Eastern Stars) are sponsoringa children of Baraboo, Wis. spent associated with articles for the Country Store Personal! and Creative Hair Styl.
Mrs. Frank Walrath, formerly baked ham dinner on Satur- the Easter vacation with- Mrs. They 1 are now at his Camp-O- at their Spring Carnival. If you Ing Every Form of Beauty
Gordon; Purdy
of Keystone Heights and now day evening, April 25, at 6 p.m. Pratt's parents Mr. and :Mrs. :N.V Mrs. halo tx>:jlu, clothe* p'ants Culture Tirev-Sat., 9-t: : closed
Woods, Speculator,
residing in Asheville N.C. was Royal Shultis at their winter
in Masonic Ilall. The committee to :Mr. Purdy magazines or household articlesand Monday.
Reed Is secretary
in Keystone last week for a preparing all the home cooked home on Spring Lakebout :May a bookstore jewelry you woj'd :JO.-IA.J.

visit with her son and daughter- meal are :Mrs. .1)J. Azzieil- first, the Shultis will return to who owns: and operates:N.Y. in wintertime piM39 contact' :Mrs. Betty Dun-
in-law :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wal hams, Mrs. M.A. Schroeder, their home In Sun Prairie, \VIs.Mr In Nanuct NURSERY
(Continued Next Face)
rath, Jr. and family. Mrs. Wal- :Mrs. Herman Schroeder, :Mrs. and :Mrs. I Fred Kommerof on

you rath also enjoyed visiting her Floyd Koons, :Mrs. A.P. Hall- \Western Springs, Ill. spent O.C. Carnea Nursery

many friends and former neighbors man, :Mrs. Rosaline Colgin, Mrs. the iaster:: Holiday with Mrs.

Sara McDonald, :Mrs. .Anne :Mc- Kommers's Brother, and family Thousand of plants
The Franklin Weisgtrber family Rae, assisted by all Estrellita the Royal :Montgomerys! of FREE MOTH-PROOFING !
are now at their Lake Geneva members. :Mrs. Vera Ownbey .lacksonville. Mr. :Montgomery Fruit Trees-Sfmde!' Trees

home on East Lakevlew Drive. was poster artist. Is the son of :Mrs. Esther Kreu- Evergreens

BANK :Mrs. Weisgerber will be remembered The Ham supper is :$1.75 for ger of White I Feather Court, Kej- Camellias & Azaleas

as the former :Miss Mildred adults and Sl.25 for children stone otT MOST ALL IN CANS

Denmark.All under 12 years of age. Ticketsare Mr. and :Mrs.lack Haber- PLANT ANY TIME
reports Indicate that Mrs. available\ from Worthy Matron stroh have entertained seeralof
Paley Boyd is Improving daily Jo Reed and some of the their immediate family as they SanitoneCerffrzstrTJccancr Beautiful Roses -

after two recent major operations above named members.of wintered In florida .Jack's bro- LandscapingPhone
in Alachua General Hospital. ther, Harold, and wife, stoppedoff

BYMAIL' She Is convalescing at the for a'Islt on their way 659.2165

home of her granddaugher, :Mrs. from South Florida to their homein
Troy McGuire of Gainesville.Mr. Greensboro, N.C., were visiting Valparaiso, Ind. 23! Ml. S. S. of Starke on

and :Mrs. Bill Reynoldsof :Mr. Stephenson's sister- The Haberstrohs' son, Jack Hwy. 100 at Florahome

Lake Geneva are the proud'arents in-law :Mrs. Les Stephenson of and his daughter, Jacqueline and ALTERNATIONS

of an Infant son, Frank Lake Geneva, last weekend. On her husband, Dale Mate left
--.4 A FULL SERVICE BANK Andrew who arrived at Alachua Saturday evening Mrs. Steonen- last week-end after a week's S. E. McKAY. REALTOR

: COME IN GET ACQUAINTED General Hospital on April I. The son hosted a small dinner partyin visit for their home In South PICKUP and DELIVERY Senior Member Soetety of

Reynolds now have three sons honor of her house guests. William, sport, Pa. MONDAY and THURSDAY Residential Appraslen

and one daughter. Mr. and :Mrs. Stephenson left Mrs. R.A. Blum of Buffalo, We Help Yu Finance

: KEYSTONE STATE BANK : Keystoners regret to learn that on :Monday for a vacation in \.Y., along time friend when Trailer lots $IJOO.-tI

Ernest Burch of Gainesville, South Florida and a visit with Jack and Gladys lived there is Th' Best In Lake Front

q Member F.D. c. Ktyvtoo Heights, Fla. < passed away recently followingan their niece Miss Carol Stephenson expected to stop off on her return NEW METHOD CLEANERSPhone Homes, Acreace, Rentals
extended illness. !Mr. Burch of Tampa. Enroute home, from wintering at Treasure
: Your Friendly Bank la Your Friendly and his family, who own a summer they will stop by for a short Island. Starke 964-5704 Mrs. Melba Office Been AuocUtaKeyitone 47J-UM

I Couaunlty." home on Lake Geneva, were visit with :Mrs. Stephenson and Miss! Emma Otterstrom, formerly 473-4U1
473-4740 -
frequent visitors in Keystone for their many friends In Keystone of Park-of.Palms, was Homes

many years. Heights. house guest of :Mrs. Harlow Ful-
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stephenson
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6 ""- Fred Johnson of Starke reports
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I that he had a nice string of ': 1
I MELROSE VOICE bream caught on his fly rod Quotes. FACTORY HELP )

.last week.

OF THESportsman That's all the fishing news for The District of Columbia library director says that some of Owen Joist of Florida Inc. needs dependable able

[From Proceeding Pace luckl now.) so goodbye, and good Washington's branch libraries will have to be closed unless bodied factory help.. No experience neoeary."'

can or Mrs. Joyce Rowe. We i' "disorder, theft and vandalism can be brought under control." steady work, overtime fringe benefits.IF .

will come pick up your things. ...... He points out that "children, students and adults are not per-

There will be a chicken bar- .. ",: \* \ BY MIKE\ CII1TTYHi It takes 2,000 bolts to hold mitted to study, read or carry out research because of the disturbances YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY

becue dinner at the Church of .. J a car together and only one created by,; gangs or the threats of bodily harm made ATOWEN

Holy Communion In Hawthorne, nut to scatter them all over by individual offenders." JOIST

Saturday April 18. from I to the highway.-James E. Pat -flr -

7 the p.m.Episcopal It is being Young sponsored Churchmenof by and his partner, Johnny, caught terson, The Big Sandy and t I--- t tt Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday.

Holy Communion and Trin- Sports Fans, they're still several] bass last Monday in Little Hawkins (Tex ) Journal.NOW NEED TYPISTFor 7OO A.M. Tn R00 P.M.
Yes fellows the
catching 'em. a 9 1/2
ity Episcopal Church:: of Mel- Santa Fe, including
fish are still biting, and peopleare .
by ITaymond.That's
and caught
Tickets are $1.50 can pounder
'em in. Ir Work Some Night
bringing Part-Time
be purchased from any of the sure a great way to celebrate ,
people or at the door. fact, nearly everyone I know buying a home on the lake, isn'tit Work, and to fill-In when regular
young that's been out, has found i It READY CASH'Come
The menu will include otr-'nr: the ? t typist!!' off. Desire Settled, 30 yearsor t NEED
well worth the trip. During
(cash shore
a chicken, cole slaw and baked Griffins' Lodge older
next of months, there'sreally person
beans In a box. The boxes can Santa 1'c), also had some nice y1'
be picked up or eaten on the going to be some good catches\ report last week. Hoy See Ust

grounds. Dinners will also be action in the lakes and rivers,, Griffin guided Mr. Gordon of Write "C" P. O. Drawer A >k

delivered In Hawthorne, Mel- cause those rascals should be Cecil Field, and they caught ten L Starke. Fla. 32091 j ,,,

rose, and Windsor. Just call time.biting better I don't and know better about all the bass ranging up to 9 1/2 pounds; s'IP ate "f '( We make loan for

the Church and place your or- you 4 of them that were caught that any worthwhile par
all but Rolling-Fishenmr: -
your of 28 -
der. Proceeds., the dinner will morning, weighed a r
plans on getting in on some ol pose. .
took Mr.
be used for Youth Retreat. pounds. Thursday, Hay s '
that action. Zellner out trying to
and Mrs.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE I have some new reports this: let her catch one; they missed EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY $25 to $600DO
week which are a welcome addi-
last several nice ones, Including# one COMPLETE!
Duplicate Bridge tion to my column. If you have !Hoy guesstimated at 12 poundsor YOU HAVE .
week were: Mrs. F.S. Hubbari: any luck, and want to brag t a An entirely new
and Mrs. Paul Johnson, 1st place; little, either call or see me more. translation in the men to work the North Florida area. Only requirement areRapidly Too many pa'IDenteto

_. Mrs. John Strawn and Miss Zoe Carl Lamar Johns, of Starkc Last Wednesday, Henry Nel- language of today. expanding National Company now Interviewing for
17 bass the make
and Roy caught ,
Terry, 2nd place; Mrs. W.H. Builders' Supply, turned in some son 9 1/2 that you be willing to work enjoy talking to people, !fWD! a
largest weighing pounds.
Davie and Mrs. Joe Day 3rd good catches recently, that were Thursday, Hoy guided Mr. Zell- Standard Editionin late., and be able to be out of town 4 nights a -Too many bills to
Kendall and;Ed Mrs.Longnecker.R.A. 4th place. all caught that right wet the middle Carl and of ner and they racked up 10 nice The one Old volume and New week. We will teach you how to make >600 a month beginningwith pay? ,

ones. Saturday, Hoy and Harry Testaments $8.95 the first month with a $25 raise each month the first -Too tarn
son )Dale, along with James Phil- many
WOMAN'S CLUBA lips caught 25 bass In Orange Baker of Jacksonville caught 12 With the Apocrypha year. We will thoroughly train the man selected and pay a
bass, the largest two weighed '
business meeting was held $9.95 for the right man. For y- coming due
Lake. Among those 25, were training! snltfry' during (raining period
Woman's Club 8 Ibs. Sunday, Hoy and Jim Is- :
at the Melrose WE HAVE COPIES
a 11 1/2 pounder caught on nr ing caught two bass. Mr. Bur- personal! and confidential Interview, write giving name, age
Wednesday, April 1. The revised eel by James, and Carl and SEE US TODAY!
charter and by-laws were ap Dale had 2 each that ranged ton and friend caught 9 bass Phone No. and a brief background to Let Us Help With Your Money
Jim Youdall
proved, and will be sent to the from 6 to 8 pounds each. Judy Saturday.10 1/2 Ib bass Sunday. caught a BULLINGTONStudioJewelryGifts Problems

Florida Department of State. McKae and 13111 Tilly, also boo
The Incoming president, Mrs. My fattier James, and Buddy MANAGER P. O. BOX 1115
of Starke, caught their limit ir -
Kills of Gainesville 20
Florida Albert Bachmann Federation\ will of attend Women'sClub the bass, that ranged up to 92] nice bass at Orange caught Lake last Starke, Florida 32091 Gainesville, Florida TOWN FINANCE CO

pounds. Saturday, and lIon Sunday at Phone 964.7441
226 N.
meeting at Sarasota. Temple
Hostesses were Mrs. L.B. Nicholson mond My Malphurs next-door of neighbor Jacksonville, Hay.,, the Oklawaha River .:.:.:.:;:.:.:.:.:,:.:.:.:;:.:.:.:;:::::::::;:::::::;:::::::::::::;::

and Mrs., Francis Mrs. Byron Chiapplni.Courtney, SUPER STICK Vinyl Plaatle .-. __ __ .. n .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ____-_ _______ _____________ _____ __ - -------....K_ ____ __ ___ __ __ -

The 75th anniversary speech on Letters, all sizes, colors.' Permanent BEGGS
the history of the Melrose Wo- for use on wood, glaaa. .:::"....,

I man's Club given by Mrs. Fre- plastic! paper, metal, leather, ...: !.\n1\ Gulf ServiceUSED
mont Tolles has been printed and
ANYTHING'' Bradford County .. ,
; is now :available to anyone In- 's::: '."1.r POft
". Telegraph U ::.h 1 #
t. Price fir Wrecked Oan
terested. The speech can be purchased r : ; Top
'!.. for 50 cents from Mrs. + : 115 rteif'Vrti'1iCLASSIFIED 24 Hour Wrecker 8en1Oe
r .. ..... .
, Norman Mo'.tedo.! It features a FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bedroom .J Fuel Oil
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complete history of the club and trailer< outside city limits. -- -

Includes the development of Mel- J. B. White, 964 8114. tfchj Used Car -
1 Hwy.. Sill N. Wall
rose. MEN WANTED: Laundry PUMPSNEW m-ins
Lawn l\1Q11A'l's-we service what AD RATES laborers E. LaRue
workers Kitchen aids George
we sell. S'arllng! Farms Supply watch
, The Melrose Action Committe 22::> w. Andrews' St. tfch-t\ Minimum Charge 1.75 cottage parents INSURANCE AGENCY WATSON'SHouse
ground- SPORTS
man, cooks and clerks,
met Tuesday April 7, In the (Covers 15: words) keeper truck drIver. Five Deep & Shallow Wells Auto Fire Homeowner
Melrose Public Library. They
( discussed the possibility of set- Southern Marine Each:: word over 13-7c0c day week, eight hour day. Water Softeners & Filters MOOIttt: BOAT TOR LIFE & ACCIDENT of Vacuums

ting up a day care center for > Extra Charge if not :tate retirement, vacations, Expert Service On VOCE: MONEY: Keystone Heights 479-4602 Many brands of new vacuum

wor'it.i mot'ier In the Melrose Moved To GainesvilleNew paid in lvanrc sick leave. If interested, please All Makes ke I'h. fiOIilTOlfompltt $3900: up Used machines from

area. This is a much needed ser- NameGainesville apply in person Personnel Plumbing !Service! $10. Expert Repairs aU makes.

vice and we hope they are suc Marine CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Manager, Sunland Traln- Phone 9647061DURRANCE : Outboard & Stern MEN WANTED Men cottage Parts and Accessories for all
lutz O".lnesvllle.1"Ia" Repulr.
Center. Drive Service a"d
cessful. $l.iO! Per Inch vacuums. Built In Central vo.c.uum -
:SI. Starting
PUMP parents over
An equal opportunity! employ Fiberglass Repair. ago
LYNN HAMILTON MGR. Complete cleaning systems 712 N.
., .
$329 month, promotion opportunities
Johnson Motors Cobra Boats Memorials Resolutions er AND SUPPLY CO. C u s t o m-built Fiberglass ]pay Main: Gainesville 376-7110
and regular Increases
"Proclamations, I'te71' word tffhgr Fishing Boats.
Marine; Supplies In pay. 8 hour day 5

INDIAN BEACHLake 1030 E. University Ave.Gatn&vl1e I'AIIDS OF HANKSill SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic INSURANCEAT ;: day week, sick: leave, vacations
Smith Plumbingand
state retirement
word-- or less! 3.00 Letters & Numbers for Interior
( Santa Fe) AUTO. FIRE. BOAT please apply In person Personnel
and exterior All sizes,
use. co
By: Michael II. Chilly FOR SALE-City lot 110' X 110' Finch:: word over 50-7c lors. Bradford County TeleBrapn. DOYLE E. CONNER Manager Sunland Training Center Supply

Phone 475-1612 $250.000:; down payment $35 mo. INSURANCE AGENCY Gainesville. Fla.
Phone 064-6B10. tfchg teti''*! MARY An equal opportunity employer -

Greetings friends:!. frcm your PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50 Ralford Road
FOR SALE Corner city lot .
Rolling- Reporter. Friens, 1 to $625. Take the drudgery out Phone 961-6023
110' x 110' terms. Ready for Miller Brown
really rolled list weckeid. of paper work.-Bradford Countv BAIRD WANTED: Used Wrln r.Waah.

When I'm usually at home mobile 6610. home or house. tfchg 9C4- TeTcgraph tf Mobile Homes CARTER er. Will pay cash or take In Contracting and RepairsPlumbing

writing this column. Iwas( trade on anything. DAHMER'S.
sitting In Bonlfny. which Is GOOD INCOME, Good Buy- dt@ SEWING MACHINE Cleaned, NEW and 1TSED 964-7923. f1-chg!
oiled! and adjusted In Water Heaters
around 250 m'.lsi I away. Soycu'll 2 bedroom, living room, kitchen 8-10-12' Wide
home. $3.00. Vacuum cleaner PAINTSNEW
have to excuse the shortreport tile bath. Hardwood floors Gainesville WILL BUY: Used Appliance:. Water Pumps
Volkswagen l repairs: also. All work gmrante-
this week. Partly furnished. 3750. 96473B2 Furniture TV'". Stereos anything -
::2. Dennis E. Co glns, Phone Qual'tvReasonably
My mother Cricket find I 4-16 DAHMXR'B: -
mornings. 2tp of value. -
4 New &. Used 1.0) 4T1-H28: tfehx\ Priced
rode up to Banlfiy with! my .
Pal- fir Acre home sites overlooking Sales Service Gainesville 378-2785 ITEMS
grandparents. lIu ?rt ani FOR RENT: TV sets, baby -

ma Chitty, of Starke, on Friday Hampton Lake Price $1,- 1 MI North of The Mall beds dec. guitars, amplifiers, Serviced Guaranteed and

nIgh The purptse of our; 250.00 to $1,500.00 including. refrigerators: day or week. DA- Delivered In Slarke Area

f trip was to visit relatives, especially house plans. A. J. Thomas, GAINESVILLEEARS tIMER'S.961.7923. tf-chg NO EXTRA COST Unpainted Furniture

my Itreat- randmJth. Realtor Tel. 964-5701. tfchg
US 441 N. 4502 NW 13t1l Wood Graining: Kit POWER.PACE.
er, Mrs. Lula Chitty, who cel!-
Two bedroom frame house and National SewingMachine Gainesville J7S-J7SX
forated her 84th birthday on
cottage on large lot, paved K-80 Paint Remover
Sunday. Around:! 6i family
J. Co.
street. Price $9,500.00. A.
members, four generations, ,
Realtor. Tel. 964-5701 Small appliancesat
Thomas, SERVICE! -
''Were there to help her cele HAS Largest selections from whichto
tfchg Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.
!brate. choose. Pfaff. Necchl Nelco
Call St. Phone 964-5311.
Granny Copeland was picked FOR SALE Nice old home New Home. & Universal.

I up by her grandson, Jerry completely reflnlshed. Paneled This Ad Worth $3.00 On Any FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse

\ Crenshaw on Friday aftir: new ceiling! all large Purchase or Repairs : 3 bedroom 1 bath cen- MUFFLERSwith

noon, and taken to span:!. the rooms. New central heat and 611 W. University Ave. 378-1353' tral heat & air-conditioning.! Cor-

weekend with: him and his ntr. New well and pump. New Phone 96-1.68.18 ner lot Phone 4-5W.: tfchg exclusive Heat Shield

parents, Roy and Tsenle Crt-: sewage system Only 950000. WIMBERLY'S Railroad Sal

shaw, and his sister. Joan in 'i mile from S arke. 964-5606. NOW IN STOCKConstruction POSTED SIGNS: Treated to vage, Groceries, Fabrics,
Gainesville Monday! n1c ht, tfchg Paper All colors In 'the rain withstand weather- 20c each Clothing, Shoes, Furniture Far Most American Cars &Trucks only

Otis Melton ari:!' I visited our VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY bow. Bradford County Telegraph. 2.25 doz. Special price on larger Tools, Plenty Bargains! 7434

.beloved fr'end, Mrs Edith FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 2 tiled MASTER Add Machines, with ( \ tf quantities. Bradford County Blandlng Blvd... Jacksonville.

Kennan of Hampton, \\'hlVa! baths, living room dinlnj subtraction SPECIAL this Tele-graph. U tfchg
In Alachun. General Hjpial room and kitchen Frame homo, month only, $19.93.i; Ideal (for FOR RENT: Unfurnlshel: housein $1495
with attached garage. Can bo home or light office work.- courtry. Also furnished EXPERT CARPET Installa- Experienced Waitress wanted

for Mrs. W. V. Argo., seen mornings or Sunday Bradford Countv Telegraph. If( apartments: in Starke.-W. H. lion. Call 964-7889 after 6 p.m. -Good silaiy. Apply in person -
/ WalnutSt. Nollma". MO N. Cherry tfehg tfchg at Longhorn Restaurant.
/ Donna and Billy and Mr oniMrs. : afternoons at 521 N. REGIS-
James Faulkner and Stan Staike Fin 2lchg 4-1K TER: 2-tatal> ek-ctt i". slightlyused. \ FAYE'S FABRICS F'rst qual- FOR SALEChicken fertilizer. 301 South tfchg WSTMI.EDN

and Debbie were weekend SALES HELP NEEDED Cost new $1 t-O. Save $100 Itv dress, .:drapery! upholstery Clean: out service Will! put saw-

II nests of Mrs. Ruby Wolfe and Temporary Part Times SalesClerks Our sale price. $l::'O.-Br drordC'nu"tv material. Notions, chsnllle bed duet! back In houses. Moved BARRETT !1\

Mrs. H, T. Smith. Terri Smith for Camp Blandlng\ TelPernph tf spreads, tipestrles. Also eec- to Hampton. New No. 468-198S. :.

I (If Starke spent last week with Post Exchange. Apply Building ordi, mill ends.:! BankAmerl- W. A. Prevatt tfchs (

her granfimoihsr, Mrs. Smith, No. 1965, Camp Blandlng on FOR RENT Furnished apartment card and Master Charge Open Water Conditioning :;;;;.
4 room nnd bath titill'e :- Monday\ 10-7; Tues. through REDUCE, safe and: fast with eG
/ end her aunt. Mrs. Wo'fe. Ter- April 7, 1170 3tchg 4-16 % 4
I rl's parents, X.M and Iva. furnished Couple only-No Sat., 9-7: Sunday 16. Hwy 301 no-Bc Tablets" & E-Vap and Pump Co.

came after her Saturday, -and Assume Payments on 1969 Ply Pita. Call: Qfi4fiB": _tfchg Ua ml. rorth of Waldo. tfchg "water p'lls. Andrews! Pharmacy 4-H- OJ
enjoyed a fjah dinner Mrs. II.'T mouth fast back $95.00 .
I Smith spent last weekenl:. month 864-7234. Up your Miles OutRaiford I.argr Masonry Home LARGE TRAILER Lots for 130 Court Street y
Ko.iilMODERN on SR-16-A Kingsley Lake 7
In Live Oak, with' her &-n and EUNICE NURSERY : MASONRY:' I1OMK: Swimming Pool Rent!' High and dry, oak Phone 96.1.5332STARITE

family} Mr and Mrs Haydon Geraniums, BegonIa Blue ber- Large I.IUnir( KoomP.inOcl Extra Large Lot sha."e. 1'i miles south on 301. l0c

Smith. Mrs. Techla MrGriff ries, fruit trees, grape vine. Family Hooin :Must Sell For Health ReasonsRILL Phone 964-6009 or 9649937. s .err
Waited Mrs. Smith and Mrs.
All container grown. 2 ml. Many. Many Extra POWELL. BROKER tfchg! '
Water Conditionersand w
Wolfe several dirj list week
north of Lawtey on Hlway 301. Onlv $11.8:10' 9616461/ 944-6810 a
Charles stranger of Jack- Salary
BROKER Fxocjleiced Cook Pumps
turn at sign. Phone 7823465. mi.I. POWELL
sonvllle, was down:: last Wednesday 'tfchg OR..R.61, 061.6Rl0T.'OR apply In person Jit Long- Sales and Rentals adam
Pin YOU KNOW it's easy > ,
work'r hU mother ,
? on Vo-n Restaurant 301 South.
Mrs. Jo Strandb rg'' rof, and FOR SALE 1962 Corvalr. S.TFI1fiR! Ford Tractor a LonRChamp Home? tfciig Repair Department oG lq ?
fitter built! for Florida living. -
enjoyed seme fishing while Good condition; 4 practically' hl[ 'net' R41 Oasrllne Soiling 24 Hour Service
here. Among the fl'h he caughtwas new tires. $100 cash, and pay Pi-frc, <1 I.*no s.inti: Fe Tract Your puns or ours. Your 47

a 5tt poun.fl: .bas. Shorty Libby for repair bill. nr T7H-2W Gainesville. Fla. 'ot or ours. Contact Buford
M tchell. Phone 964-6853. P. O.
The Melrose Homoemahrs'Club tfcrn BRADFORD
Can be seen! at Libby's Garage _
Rot 2i* S'>rk9 tfchg p
will hold Bake Sale this
Pete SPArks. Itp
New Brick HomeON
aturday in front 'cf the Post Two Plnm fir Sale-$73 and .
Office In Melrcse. The members BUYING SILVER COINS U1:. Call 9646213.: mean Han-: S\\n! < Machines New and: COMPANY
nsc4. Sevral bands to choose YOUR LOT
are trying to raise enough 1964 or older any condition: sent ltp
I Dollars 2.00 Halves SOc. t-01". $f5 up. Dennis E. Cog-

house money, so to let's renovate all get the out Club and Quarters 30c. up.Dimes 12c. Cur TRAILER FOR RENT -couple Twa: pins Ph. 4311428.:\ 3tehg 4-23 Owned & Operated By LOW DOWN PAYMENT Stec Replacement' er Hoffywood Stralg';$t-Thru
t b'4room. or
baked from rent Market: Price For raredo.te.1 AS $56.00 FAST SERVICE WHILE YOU WAIT
;buy some goods: Hth ore ch'ld'! Call !564-6353.) : FOR SALE- 12' x 60' mobile DON NEWMANS and -
.. & olc'er coins. We Buy
them. : Itp1IOIISFHOLD home 1967 Model. Call 964- MICHAEL DOBBS. PER MONTH
That's all the news for this Sell or trade coIns. Bull'ngtons 7889. 2tp 4-23 Tour Poww pace Man has all exhaust system iiirj
week' BO may the good Lordbless : Co'ns' SMrk. FIX 9647271. SALE SacrI- FHA INSPECTED

and keep you! WANTED LISTINGSOn fice. Frost free refrigerator, LOST-a 1968 BHS class ring- INSTALLATIONREPAIRING HOUSING ACT 235

Homes and Acreage. Buyers washer sofx bed and otherturn19hln..11 Initials LJB red:! stone -In

Welting Strout Realty, Res.! & tools. S64-7631. Food Fair -Reward -9646880.Itp. DRAIN CLEANOUTAND BUILT-IN APPLIANCES Abbie Napier Sunoco
to be such CENTRAL HEAT
There seems no Broker 211T N Temple AYe. _Up PUMPING

thing as peaceful assembly Ph M4- S09 I'It.-\r.' \ Flu.
anymore*. And those who MARTIN HOLLOW Body Elec- FOR SALE789 front feet on

\ "march for peace" appear to FILAMENT Strapping Tape tr'.c: guitar with soft case and Hinay 230 1 ml. east 5 1-3 Phone 964.6647Starke DAVID BLACK 452 N. TEMPLE AVE.

be, the most violent of all.- W x 60 yards ''!.SO Single !>:'werful fender amplifier! can acres!! Barga'n price Is taken Fla. PHONE 964-7169 STARKE FLORIDA

Hj F. Doherty The Cavalier roll Bradford County Telegraph ave you $270: At Dihmer'! Discount \ at once Phone 964-6128 after
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