Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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President Nixon's wel--

fare proposals for a guaranteed -

New Phone ItLftL : Mother] $1,600 minimum

annual income are not an

t answer to the country's

"welfare mess" Sen. Edwards -
Of Four
Hike Hits Gurney R-Fla.. has

written the Bradford

Chamber of Commerce.The .
r MissingFor a
bill has passed the U.S.
Users (House of Representatives 243-
City "j 155 the week of April 17The

\ 3Weeks krk controversial proposal is expected -
$! to be considered by the Sen-
ate Finance Committee in the
:\niIIuItI'-: t "n nf tin1 -ifo'iul; telephone/ rate increasein ; f near future.

I-ot'\l1I month \\a-i\ given StiiiKe 1I1c'jlc"o\; :\ \\Ydne. : Opposition to the concept of a

-day. liv t the i Florida' State Trlrphont1 (' )ntpuny') IrtiA guaranteed minimum income was
: voiced by the Bradford Chamberin

Effective: :May I, a surchargeof State Telephone Company in October letters written to Rep Don
seven cents per month will by the Florida Public Ser- Fuqua and both Sen. Spessard
telephone bills. Would a woman voluntarily Mrs. (Pearl! ioet/man; : Holland, D, and Sen. Gurney.
appear on city vice Commission. The city has
e leave her car parked in a shop-
In 1971 a 25 Hep. Fuqua and Sen. Holland
Beginning opposed Florida State Telephone's -
month increase will i ing center parking lot and go day, so they told her to check replied earlier but Sen. Gurney -
cent per requested 40 per cent
be added to current rates in the rate request, maintaining thata s away, leaving keys in the ignition the I-'ield's parking lot, where 's reply didn't reach the local -
switch her pocketbookopen :Mrs Goetzman was known to chamber office until late last
10-15 per cent rate hike was on the front seat, and her
city.Newest; increases are causedby more reasonable.In stop frequently on her shopping week. Sen. Gurney states:
a pole rental charge the City ] late October 1969, however, wallet beside it, containing a trips. The car was found whereby ". I can tell you that I
$20 bill pictures of her four
\Mrs. Triest, with keys in that the administration's
of Starke is making for the use the PSC granted the phone com- sons her drivers license, social am not convinced -
of 1,209 poles by the phone com pany a rate increase which a- L security card, and various (Continued on page Four) proposals are the
pany. Instead of absorbing the mounted to approximately 30 per membership cards? answer to the whole 'welfare
$4.50 pole rental charge, Flo- cent. mess' despite their sincere in-
rida State Telephone is pass- Would she then take a taxito Woman Hurt tentions.
ing the charge by the city on One-party business phones the bus station, drink two "President Nixon'; has stated
to its subscribers.The went business to $11.75 from $9; 2party Y. .. cups of coffee In the restaurant In Wreck that the I Family Security Plan is
phones went to $11.25 '
city has billed the phone there, and literally "disappearinto not a 'guaranteed annual income
company $906.75 for the last from $8. One-party residential thin air''? Upon: observation, however, it
phones went to $7.50 from $5.80, Near GrahamA
two months in 1969. That bill was and 2-party residential phones It sounds "stranger than fiction becomes apparent that this plan
mailed Feb. 18, according to j comes perilously close to a fed-
went to $6.75 from $4.80. Phones but that is appa rently what
City Clerk :Merrill Edwards, but rates outside the city are the happened in the case of Mrs 24-year-old Virginia woman, eralized guaranteed income.
has not been paid. Peggy Joyce Perkins, was ser- "\s you know America has
for George Pearl) Goetzman, attractive -
same except milage charge.An _
\t the end of 1970 the city blonde, 37 year old iously Injured Saturday, April 25, always been a work and pro-
exception to that is on 5-
the when her car leftSK-18 and struck perty oriented society. Paymentsand
will bill phone company party lines which are chargedthe housewife, who took her eldest
S5.440, for the 1,209 (poles same rates as inside the Herman, Lee Ir. look o\n his handy work on the lies* nt !load drainajje son, Fred to a dentist in Starkeon three pine trees and a telephone benefits social under Insurance most of our
pole. present sys-
the phone company uses. but the morning of April 6, returned -
city pay no milage charge. I project
The seven cent increase,which him about 11:30 to the The Haven, Virginia woman tems, such as Social Security,
will hit city phone users this Only city phone users will be Keystone Heights school, and lefta was taken to Alachua General bear a relationship between the
month, is to pay for the chargethe affected by the pole charge being few minutes later "to do a Hospital in Gainesville, accordIng past earnings and contributionsof
city made the final two monthsof passed on by the phone company Road Crew little shopping in Gainesville." i to the Florida Highway Patrol the Individual thus recognizing -
1969. Florida State Telephone however, since the phone County station here. the ideals of self-reliance
Company states. in the letter of company Is only being charged In that city she parked the The 1959 Dodge she was driving and productivity. ly limiting assistance -
notification mailed to city sub- $4.50 for poles inside the city. family's 1964 Comet station wagon was a total wreck with damages to Identifiable groups
scribers. Drive to place the pole ren- in the J.M. Fields parkinglot estimated at $300 by (blind, disables, etc.) we have
Should the City .of Starke rescind tal charge on the phone com- Works On Drainage and apparently went into the Trooper H,W, Pace tried to exclude those unwillingto
Its pole rental charge, : store. She bought at least one The car was travllmg weston work. By recognizing a universal -
the letter indicates the phone (Continued on Page Four) item-- dark gray cap, of the SH-18 when Miss\ Perkins 'right' to be paid by the

company(' will rescind the :May -, ---- type worn to work by her hus- apparently lost control accord- government, the guaranteed Income -
increase. About 50 per cent of the coun- and ditches pulled, Jones says. On tap for future work "If the band, an auto mechanic with a ing to Trooper !Pace. The vehicle allows one person who
I Ilie phone company has used BHS Band ty's .315 miles of dirt roads have the road had been Impassablesince weather holds," Jones says, is garage on Highway 21 in Key- left the pavement, struck will not work to live off the
citv pole! without charge for been returned to reasonably the first big rain In March. a project in the :Marklee Star- stone Heights. The cap, with three pine trees and a telephone earnings of another who can and

wars" sass C itj Councilman Neil; Chorus Set passable condition since the Two county draglines are pre- ling area on Water Oak Creek. her pocketbook and wallet, were pole. It traveled 250 feet from does.
'ImItcr.Vh> then is it not fair "floods" ended three weeks ago, sently working to ease the drain- The county also hopes to get found on the front seat of the the road to final rest. "It may be that critical prob-
for tlie: telephone company to according to County load Super- age problem in the Hcsscnt Road the lower end of Water Oak Miss Perkins was charged with lem areas regarding welfare are
i>a ij the city for their use, he 8 p.m. Concert intendent K.F. Jones. area. Water carrying capacityIs Creek. The county also hopesto car.When Mrs. Goetzman; failedto failure to have a vehicle under irreconcilable. There Is a needto
asks.' Work can continue as long as being doubled in two canals get the lower end of Water return home, her husband control and with driving a car provide an adequate relief
Tucker, is urging that city residents the weather stays dry, Jones running Alligator Creek across Oak Creek dug out, but that bog- spent a restless and worried with an expired Inspection stick- payment to families with littleor
write to the Public Service Spl'.n( (enirc'( '' of the n--H-!: says the property of Willard gy area has to be dug in dry night, and about 8 am.the next no earnings; to offer strong
Commission in protest of fart Hich S-lKol 1 1 /b.m I :and Just finished by the county Wynn Both canals are being weather, the road foreman says. morning (a Tuesday) notified er.Speed too fast for conditionswas work incentives to minimize or

the Increase announced for :May chorus: I j-, ":t I J1110fl':1c: c iFrid'v. :- road crew Is a recovery pro- widened to 20) feet. County crews County road crews have been Constable Leonard Jones,of Key- listed as a contributing circumstance avoid payments to those who do
Gerald \\ ill lams, manager of :M.iy\ 1 I'1 :at (8 I )pin In the ject on the :\ew liiver Church have been working a week and busy in the three weeks since stone Heights. by Trooper Pace. not need them, and to hold down
the Starke office for I lorida ]1: :-"i rr'inol', :.v.i.1l.c-trii: : : load on which 2,000 cubic yardsof are still not through The sec- the big rains fell, Jones says. !Mr.\ joetzman's bookkeeper, The accident occurred 2.3 the cost of the total program.
State 'telephone, says he is not fill was hauled, new culverts ond dragline was brought In Tues- Inez Triest, was going to Gaines- miles west of Graham at 1:15: The guaranteed annual income
opposed to a "reasonable" pole In :1:11.:1.:! : the' BUS Art instilled and the road icgradcd day to speed the project. (Continued on Page;: 6)) ville on an errand later in the p.m. Saturday. might even eliminate forever the
D'P.1I'tl11l'lIt11lt: h:1\'l'I\olk: on
basic principle that welfare is
rental I charge if the city will
cl U.'pl.iv: : in f'yr of the auclltor.tim. -
maintain the poles and ensure temporary relief and not a per-
: The orcn.iii( :! \\::11 be arm manent condition.

safety Williams standards.points out that .Florida ( '>r-d: l-nncl.: chorus\ mil DOT Not 301 \ou may rest assured thatI

State Telephone has a pole finr, art fe-'I t t.\il. :arcwclinr. .: [; toBandnm Encouraging On am seriously studying this matter -

rental agreement with Clay Electric ; : tC" Denn Cn-4ol: and will give careful consideration -

C'ooperative1'hephonecom- Adint1-! '.-TI w.ll be: '">: for to every proposal and
pany pays $2.80 per pole, but Initial steps to hate IS-301 and consideration in the paving counter-proposal This is donein
:fl-J-ills t:! art I 2V! for s'-iclrniv! meeting early this month. Peek, Disney World complex near Or- which goes through Jacksonville,
the electric firm moves poles, four-Ianed between Baldwin and project The governor passed the a Chamber governor, said the lando opens. if the stretch were four-laned. the knowledge that presentand
replaces them when necessary', Tio! t;;and ni'l: 1 pv.fines! t\ : ;t tis Callahan have, proven unsuccessful letter along to the Departmentof four-laning of that stretch of Local businessmen feel US-30I proposed welfare plans are
and maintains proper safety con- tome to p'ff'i'm! : the for the Bradford Chamberof Tansportation. The following US-301 will prove most importwould have an equal chance to Tourists coming south through in adequate and with the hope
ditions. The phone company has Stif-! :1'1:1: ( : : 7'. plusvari' Commerce reply, in part, was written by ant to Bradford County when the compete for traffic with 1-95, Georgia must now travel two- that a sound and realistic ans-
been doing all that in tlic city, il I r.elrrlloiu tl'.u: -!honl.tnuct \ :1 On \prll 10 Chamber President the )DOT on April 20. lane roads until they reach Cal- wer Is forthcoming,"
Williams pointed out. the cf ,ih auto. ? --r ,T lahan, I Florida, points out Chamber It is estimated that the
< uitc'c-t :?: \ ; :Mac Baldwin wrote (Gov "In 1969 the annual proposed -
Williams told the Starke City average :\Manager: .>'ers. From there
ence. $1,600 guaranteed annual
Claude Kirk asking his Interest daily traffic on this section of
Council the same thing last November they can take four-Unod L'S-1 Income would cost $5 billion In
when the pole rental road was 2,945 vehicles whichis 0 to Jacksonville and pick up i-95 additional welfare dollars in the
insufficient to four lan-
charge was passed by the coun justify r south, thus going around Starke. first year. The proposal would
in view
ing of the many two-
cil.The lane roads in the State now Z.. Businessmen here expect a add 15,000,000 persons not now
Walter carrying -
phone company executivetold Prevatt Wins In excess of 6,000) vehiclesper big boost In traffic when the receiving assistance to the wel-
the Council then his firm Disney complex goes Into
day The t.S.: Bureau of Pub- oper- fare program, tripling the size
could not absorb a 55,000 cost ation on a full scale and are of the program.
lic Koads will not authorize Federal
of the pole rental charge. Williams anxious to share in the bonny These added persons are in
funds for roads
also pointed out in November ; four-laning 3,000,000 families headed by fathers -
District 4-H EventBradford carrying less than 5,000vehiclesper za.The
that $4.50 per pole was day unless traffic studies Chamber president :Mac who are working fulltime
higher than usual. Baldwin, in his letter to Gov.
Indicate that traffic will equalor and In many cases earning more
The telephone pole charge County was the host exceed that figure in the near Kirk" points out: than poverty-level wages, the
passed by the city came the The lifeblood of
on for District \4-ll Events last future. At the present time we very Chamber of Commerce states.
heels of a 30 per cent rate Saturday, April 25. do not have such Indication this community, with no tourist The proposed bill guaranteesa
increase the .Florida. attractions state and lit
granted Eight Northeast Florida County parks family of four a basic incomeof
4-11 programs were repre- "We regret that we cannot tle industrialization Is U.S. High $1,600 per year The families
a- eSae -. sented as the 4-H members par- give you more encouraging Information way 301. would be subsidized because they
: r; ticipated public speaking, dem- as to the possibilityof f "Since construction of Inter- earn less than minimum incomes
.. -.. t tr onstration, and talent contests. four-laning this road soon; state 75 and 95, the traffic on fixed by the bill for familiesof
Walter Prevatt however we will consider the this main artery has dwindled to various sizes.
member of the
i 'r a: 'x ., t Starke Livestock 4-H Club and project each year at budget pre- v about 8,000 cars per month. While providing a minimum

president of the Bradford County paration time" wrote DOT's (Director There are many tourists who guarantee for all families with
..- ( ) : 4-H Council, won the \ eter- \dministration Pat would use this fine highway if children, the bill would also con
Inary Science demonstration. He Dodson. a dangerous two-lane bottleneck tinue to subsidize a family of
rye <(Mourn! Lricr will represent District V at the between Baldwin and Callahan, four until its income reached
While the \ Florida was four-laned. It is
1 t state 4-H events to be held at )01'repl) was not $3,920 per year. Large fami-
the University of Florida during encouraging, the C-of-C will con- understood that the State owns lies could get federal help up
/ Class .\. Dist.", 2 Ij t State 4-H Congress the weekof tinue to do all it can to pro- the four-lane right of way on to an Income level of$8,500 per
July 27.Walter mote the 4-lanlng of tS-301: to this section eliminating the need year, the Chamber states.

j TRACK MEET I: servingas County\; dele :Baldwin! Chamber :Manager: JohnMyers for new land acquisition. Rep. Fuqua replied to the

gate to the 4-H District Council states. Time To Go "With our highway program I Chamber, before the measure
Friday, May 1 was elected to serve as Dis- The four-laning of US-301 became lagging the anticipated increase :reached the House, that he was
1 t trict Representative to the State a project the local Cham- in vehicular traffic incident to "as concerned as you"andprob-

Trials 3 P.M. 4-H Council. ber is pushing when it was sug- Barney McRae! receives a retirement :McKae. our population growth and the ;ably will vote against the legislation -
-- t Janelle Thompson and Carole gested by Jimmy Peek presi- certificate signed by "Nobody:-'; ever had more patience opening of Disney World In 1971, 1 lie did vote against It.
(Free Admission) t McKinney\ of the Starke 4-H dent of the Florida Bank at Postmaster General Winston or consideration for the would it not be appropriate to Sen. Holland replied that he
Club placed second in the Home Starke, at a board of governors Blount on the occasion of his public than Barney," Postmaster Improve the utHlzatioaof a highway is basically opposed to the con-
I Finals -- 7 P.M. t and Family demonstration con- retirement from the Starke Post Ilazen says of the retiring clerk, that is already in place ,cept of a guaranteed annual income -
$1 and 50c test. Their demonstration "How Office today. a fixture behind the counter in and four-laned from Baldwin to .
t to :Make a Fun Hat" was selected the local PO for McKae Belleview where it joins four-
years. Claude
Rep Pepper and
Community Bank McKae, 70, is the first 30- Rep.
1 Bradford FieldCommunity II t tc stration as to State the alternate Events. demon- '- year man to ever retire from began his postal service in 1940at laned 441 to Orlando? j Dante B. Fascell, both Miami
Tony Rosier ,.. ." Gives PromotionsThe the Starke PO. The certificateis 65 cents per hour when the I 1 Democrats, were the only Flo-
I _..i ICrbe t 4-H Club of the Lawtey presented by Postmaster. Starke PO was where Mitchell's REVIVAL SERVICES I rida house members to vote for
won a red ribbon in Drug Store now Is located.In AT I the Nixon
the Waller Prevail Ilazen Jr.McKae. PLEASANT HOPE( proposal. Voting nay,
i t his Agricultural category with Community; State Bank of also received a watch 1941 he was appointed regular Revival services will start demonstration on "How to and participated in the 1970 4-H Starke held its board of directors from the postal union United clerk assigned to window at Pleasant Hope New Congre- 'Charles Bennett, J, Herbert
1 state: and IA. t grow Each a member tobacco seed participating bed". District Events. meeting Friday, \pr. 24. Federation of Postal Clerks, Local work. He has served most of MJthodUt: Church j I Burke. Bill Chappell William

t won Other 4-H members have begun Bill Tilley to 272, and a 30-year retire- his career as the well known"Barney" three rn'Jes! north of Starke on !C. Cramer, Louis Frey Jr., Don
_N.. ......... u a certificate Issued by the State completing their record was of the Starke Post :
T. 00.000 kr 4-H Club Department assistant vice president, and Ray ment pen in ceremonies Monday U. S, 301, May 3 ihrsugh! May Fuqua, James A. Haley, Paul G.
,.....D.w. !bCan.. t ; of Florida. Over of the 150 University 4-H- books for this year. Records are Norman was promoted to assist- Ed Hall, secretary of Lo- Office's finance \Window. 10. Dinner will bs held on the I Rogers, and Robert t.F. SIkes.

-eea -e a af members and leaders attended Continued on Page 6) ant cashier. cal 272, presented the gifts to (Continued on Pause Pour) grounds Saturday: and Sunday. 'Rep. Sam Gibbons did not vote..J1l1an. .

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OfInterest To. : ( Complimented! Com*> "*'ted
i Shower
1'r ; .Vt LuncheonMrs. At

WOMENPhone of Athens, Mrs. Joseph Thornton was hon
John Adams
I j ored at a stork shower Tues
Ga.,a a luncheon recent bride Saturday, was givenby day A.B.night the Hostesses home of Mrs.with

Jr., Mrs.
a.....................Glady. Mooty: 964-7608 ...................5 G.S.Mrs.Brown H.M., and Mrs. S.G. Den- Mrs. Whitehead were Mrs. Roy
--------- -- -- ------- Mrs. Jesse Ricks, Mrs.
mark at the home of the latteron Jerald Bryant. Baldwin,, Mrs. Winfred
L\ E. Call Street. Mrs. Wayne Sappand
: at five Tomllnson
Rehearsal, Dinner 4\t tables which were covered with Mrs. O.R. Alvarez Jr.
t A pink and blue color schemewas
For Smith-Parker white cutworkcloths and centered
wj t carried out in the party
with bud vases holding yellowand
Wedding PartyMr. decorations. Games were played>
blue flowers.
4Ir ,a -4 spring the during the evening and prizes>
wuV The hostesses presented
and Mrs X. M. Smith : honoree with a corsage and the awarded. The refreshment table -
were! hosts at a dinner party gravy boat to her chosen china was covered with a white
Friday, April 17, in the! Primrose pattern as a memento of the linen cloth edged with lace and
d Inn, Gainesville, honoring occasion. A corsage was also centered with an arrangementof
their son, Seaman Mike Smith, given to Mrs. H.II. Adams. A- pink roses.
The hostesses presented the
and his fiancee, Miss Janis mong the guests was Mrs. S.T.
with of miniature
honoree a
Parker folio win?: the couple's i, Dell of Gainesville. corsage -
it.; 1' baby accessories inter-
wedding rehearsal.
with pink rosebuds alsoan
Center the head: table: was Enjoying a picnic at the Of- spersed ;
Infantseat as a memento of
an arrangement: of yellow and ficer's Cub at Kingsley Lakeon
white daisies and gladioli Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. the occasion.

\ flanked by yellow candles In R.O. Dansby. Starke; Mr. and
vi ) silver holders. The two( side Mrs. Roy Andrews, Mr.and Mrs. Attending the Florida Educa-
9 4i 'v tables held a garland of fern Larry Mardis, and Mr. and Mrs. tional Association meeting in Miami -
Thursday to Sunday were
b interspersed: with daisies, andyellow Robert Suttle, Jacksonville; Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Davis and Mr. and Richard Jocket, Mrs. W.H. Hart
\ candles. Bridal place
: Russell Norman, Mrs.
Mrs. Mickey Dansby, Gaines- Mrs.

LiT.itI14 ment cards for marked the'the wedding 23 seating:!guests party arrange who Immediate included ...-- Clothes They Made -....... Hall ville,; Theressa and Mr. and and Mrs.their Rodney fami- Willie kinson.Thomas Mae and Denton Mrs. Phi, Mrs.lamina Gladys Ad-

: y families, and out-of- lies.

town guests. Ladles taking part In Brad- riff waist, and an A-line skirt.
During the evening Mr. ford County's; Extension Home- Pretty red scarf and a row of
fri Smith and Miss Parker pre- makers program modeled 18 outfits red buttons at the midriff accent -
r vented gifts to their attend- they made in a Spring Fash- the outfit. WANT THE BEST ?
ants.StoneMatthews. Ion Show sponsored Friday by Harriet Richarde has fashioneda
the Lawtey Extension Homemak- long sleeve sport shirt dress
with a front band closing above
ers.About 100 persons attended the the center front seam with shirt
r-- I fashion show in the auditoriumof type; collar and raglan sleeves. Years and Years of Carefree Service with

the Agriculture Building. It's made of cotton and poly
Four of the 18 models are ester in
an impressive printof >
A' ', shown above: blue, orange, lavender, grey, the Oldest Name in Quality
From the left Madron Major green, on a white background.
models an aqua check wrap a- Lucille Godwin used a pat-
round skirt with bias patch poc- tern from the New York design-
kets and self-fabric tie. Fash- ers' collection. The fabric is red
ionable this season is a vest polyester knit with the solid color -
I Janis Marie Parker Becomes Bride with a long torso and a V-neck. featured by a front yoke and

Of Michael Smith In Gainesville Madron set her's off with apret- side front pockets.Descriptions .
ty; frilly blouse. ( are by Miss Mar-
Joy Faulkner's white linen tha Sue McCain,extension agent.)
Miss Janis Marla Parker Stanatt of Jacksonville; Miss dress features a V-neck, a mid-

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A. Parker of Gainciv.lle and the biidegrcom. Stark: ; Miss

Seaman Michael 1 Mom'02 Margie Gorton. Detroit Mich. Junior ClubInstalJation Birthday Party CHOOSE FROM ALL MODELS AND SIZES IN
Smith son of Mr. anal;! Mrs:: X. All
M. Smith of Maike, were united carded and Miss Gloria nosegays of yellow For Connie MoodyLittle STOCK AND READY TO BE ,INSTALLED

: in marriage S.ltullay: with. yellow streamers.
daisies The Junior Woman's Club will
April 18 in the Firs." ., D.ll'tlltChul'eh :: Miss Pamela Pearson: cousin Connie Moody celebrated ,
Gainesville.Dr. have installation of officers at her third birthday last Sat- ,,
ol tile bride was flower girl.Mr. ,
the Saturday
May Banquet
Fred:! Laugiion P1: fo'med attended: l his son( urday afternoon when her parents .
Smith : :
2 at 7:30 in the clubhouse
May p.m. THIS WEEK'S
Mr. and Mrs.Mark Moody,
the ca.-.ulelight coiem-ny. as- as best man. U hrs;? were Installing officer will be '
Eli tea:! ,by ths tiUes uncle, Emciy Pievatt, Skip: Davis. Mrs. Justin Montgomery,district gave a party for her at their .,4 ll1 LL' t .i
Waltsr Pius, of Jack.ionvills.MI' .. Pate Gassett and Bruce;: BI>I- Engagement Told four director. home on Highway
Parker gave hs .1Jgh. den. The final executive board meet- The party was held in the _

ter in marrlae.he \\oie a After a reception In the MI". and Mrs D. B. Stone of ing for this club year was held yard where the refreshment able -
:formal sawn of pjau dc :data: church fellowship'! hall, tha; Hampton announce the en- Monday night at the home of was centered with a carrou- '
fcaUuliis: bands of pin tuck) newlyweds left for a nedJins gagement and approaching Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua.Duplicate sel birthday cake. Favors of '': / 8 :j
And Venice lace Matthias the coast. The bridegroom marriage of their: daughter I toy watches for the boys and I"1 .
trip on {
lace: entitled the A-line skirt will reLurn to San: Francisco Linda, to Buck Matthews, son Bridge necklaces for the girls and bal- :' /
and lace appliques aSsined:: sta- loons were given to the young- -
Calif where he is of Mrs Margarlte Matthews Of \stfr
the empire bouiM: :and leg o' Winners Named sters. 18
tionaU;? with the U, S. Navy Waynesbcio, Pa. between the hours, \
6lee\cs.. A full chapel Attending
mutton in :
tha bride will remain Miss Stone will graduate
and: Mrs. Bonnie Harden and Mrs. three to five o'clock, were 25 rJl
train cxte: dad:! from aelvct join from Bindfoid In l
can Ugh
Gatre vllle until she School the winning
Maria Dent were and their mothers. Assisting
Sow, in back, and a cia\Vn of; him bter. It" ", .;,.''iune. Mr. Matthews, a "serge*" couple at Dupllcate'BrlUge Tues-' children were Mrs. Moody's sisters -- 1 ,
stcil: pearls held her lone bsuf- i ;, I ; ant In the Air Force: is stationed day night with five tables in Mrs. Wilbur Waters of I
ant veil of illjt.on. She carried J
at Eglin Air Force
play. Pensacola, and Mrs. LaRue Williams -
;: a nosegay of whit dais UDC To Meet couple will ,exchange: In second place were Mrs. of Gainesville.
.1:::.:* and min.aturc uur.ations. weddiner' ; vows .4ttcuJ.ttf{ her si tci' as maid June 27, at 11 am, at the First Green third Miss Norma Ca-
cl f honjr was W.ob Marsha W.T. Weeks chapter, UDC will Church, Hampton. ; Mike fourth, Dr. and Mrs. A.Y Covington 1 BTU nly $27995CENTRAL
Baptist nova and Wager; 19,000
meet Wednesday, May 6 at 3:30: attended the Regional Meetingof I 1
:"4ikcr, 'nUircd in yellowdotted a long( < .mpirc p.m. at the home of Mrs. Clyde All friends and relatives are John Mussoline and Jud Cle- the Florida Public Health Association I ; ,
!fc:: .in invited to attend. ments.
13. Terwillegar Jr. with Mrs. at Daytona Beach over 1
svissvitli puffed sleeves and Club
Curtis Sanders as co-hostess. The Duplicate Bridge the weekend.
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yellow rU.1; :Jl1 trim She cuiiied meets every Tuesday night in

a basket of ,daisies and vUiUecarnations. Miss Karon Patz, Steve Wade, the Pratt Street Recreation Center Mrs. Ruth Reynolds was transferred 4
Miss Melody Cuttlno of Tift Danny Waller and Dan Griffis with play beginning at 7:45 from Bradford County; 4 AIR CONDITIONINGBy
Identically attired were the College was homo for the week- graduated from St Johns Jun- p.m. Bridge players are invitedto Hospital to Johns tone WlllIsllos-'I
othsr Attendants: : Mrs. Grover end. for college Tuesday night attend. pital In Richmond Va. '4
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> the young people's Sunday Mrs. J.S. Walker and daugh- Girl Scout Troop S.Z. Brantley will bring. the
school classes of the First Bap- ter, Cindy, of Fort Lauderdalewere messages.
tist Church attended the Friday visiting Mrs. Walker's parents Has All-day Bike Everyone is welcome to at
Piai 5&u Know night performance of Holiday On Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mon- Ride To Raiford tend.
the weekend. They
Ice at the Coliseum. The group crief over
was accompanied by Mrs. also had as Saturday visitor, Members of Girl Scout Troop
Charles Darby, Mrs. Randal dew Arrivals Mrs. A.O. Betts of Quincy. 605 working on their Cyclist
Chitty. and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Badge planned and carried
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Mr. and Mrs. David Hodges Miss Joyce Denmark daugh- Couey.Mr. 1 Mrs. J.H. Sowell of LaCrosseis out a bicycle trip ,to and from
attended a surprise birthday din ter of Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmark Mrs. Merrill Edwards and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. DeRitch Greenof visiting her son-in-law and Raiford.
ner for Mr. Hodges' mother, 434 W. Call Street Starke, David Black were In Tampa Tues- and Mrs. Frank Pickard St. Charles Mo. announce daughter, Mr. and Mrs. V.V. Officer Pat Henry provideda
Mrs. Clifford Hodges, In Mac- will be a member of the cast day visiting Mrs. H.G. Merow. of Bristow, Okla. arrived Thurs- the birth of a daughter, Sondra Hazen, this week. police escort for the 19 cyclists
clenny last Sunday. of the musical, "The Sound of day for a visit with Mrs. Edward Kay, on April 22. Paternal while George! Pierce led
Music" to be presented in mid- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Burns. grandmother is Mrs. Nelson Mrs. Anna Moog of Baltimore, the !girls In .a l itruck.
Herbert Thomas was in Clio, May at LaGrange College, La- had as visitors during the Mrs. Bill Chambers, Mrs.John Green of Starke. Md. was Monday to Wednesday The following Scouts participated
Ala. last Wednesday to Fridayon Grange, Ga. weekend Dr. Donald] Chubb of Bradley Mrs. Linda Kay Johns, guest of Mr. apd Mrs.. W.R. in the all-day outing:
business. Miss Denmark Is a 1968 grau- Inter Park and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Duane Dykes, Mrs. James Bradford County Hospital announces Richardson.Mrs. Diane Crews Marilyn Chand
of Bradford School. J.W. McNeely and daughter of the following births:
uate High Lawson and Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua ler. Roxanne Chester Joyce
Ella of Starke,
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Ritch of Performances of the musical Lake City. Moody
representing the Junior Wo Farabee. Neva Jayne Flynn)
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. John Edwin Harrison Mrs. Pearl Colson of Green Cove
celebrating the adventures of the man's Club attended Junior Day, Boline Green Stephanie Green
Dekle of Lake Butler attendedthe famous Lake Butler, a son, John Springs and Mrs. Dora Beasley !
Trapp Family Singersare April 20, at the 75th Florida Renee Hamilton, Karen Howe. NOW COMPLETE
Holiday On Ice show Sun scheduled in the college'sDobbs Mrs. Ed Prevatt was In River- Kent, April 24. of Gainesville visited Mrs.Maude
Federation of Woman's Club con- Alicia Jackson Jennifer Pad- An
Wildwood Sun- entirely new
In on
side Hospital the past week for Strickland
day afternoon.
on three evenings, vention in Sarasota.
gett, Briar Patray Frances translation in the
May 14, 15, and 16. observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. W.R. McRae day. Lillian
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefan- B. Brooker, a son. April 27. Andrews is home Perry Perry. Lynn language of today.
Clyde Terwillegar Jr., Ervin
ellia and of Jacksonvillewere a .N Mrs. J.B. Godwin of Arcadiais Mrs. Pierce Linda Richardson and
sons Dr. 11.11. Adams, John Watsonm throat surgery
after undergoing Glenda Faye Johnson.Accompanying Standard Editionin
Local admittances to Bradford spending this week with Mrs.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
of and J.B. Godwin in the
Stefanelli County Hospital this week Include Eve Baldwin.] They will be Joined Starke Johns last Friday the girls on one volume
ry on Sunday.Mr. Sen and Mrs. Charley
of Arcadia are playing golf at Medical Center. The Old and New
their bikes their two lead-
the weekend Mrs. God- were\
: Mrs. Mary M. Phillips, over by Pinehurst, N.C. this week. were in Tampa on business Mon- Testaments $8.95
and Mrs. Ralph Cox of Pamela Ann Macy, Mrs. Zeila win's daughter, Cheryl, and Mel- day. Vernon Reddishand era. Mrs. George Pierce And
Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. Johns Charles' Hutcheson, Ru- ody Heatherley of Avon Park. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Mr.children and Mrs.were guests of Mr. Mrs. DeWltt Farabee. With the Apocrypha$9.95
C.W. Goff of Jacksonville were fus L. Davis, Mrs. Gertrude dale visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Huggtns attended the Glen Harrell in Atlanta PHEASANT
were and Mrs. [ HOPE WE HAVE COPIES
Sunday visitors McBride, Mrs. Frances Burrell Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Andersonwill
of Mrs. D.L. United Methodist Church Lay- weekend.
Richard C. Williams in New the
Ga. over CHURCH
Silcox and Mr. and Mrs. Ver- Mrs. Margie E. Thomas, Mrs. leave Sunday to visit their Port Richey last Wednesday and man's Retreat at Silver Springsover REVIVALA SEE US TODAY!
non Silcox. C.L. Crawford and Dottie Sue son-in-law and daughter Lt.Col. the weekend. Paulk have starting Sunday night,
Underhill, Starke; Mrs. Nettle J. Witt Iron in London Eng- Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Dave Gall Coun- May 3, is set at the Pleasant BULLINGTON
Mrs. George Pierce.Mrs.JohnH. II. Mann, Lake Butler; Mrs. land for a month, and points of Miss Linda Griggs of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson had cil of as Tampa visitors and Miss Mrs. Sandra: ]Hope Church three miles northof
Andrews, and Mrs. DeWitt Martha Stinson Christine Head interest in Europe. was the weekend guest of spent the weekend with Mr and Council of Ruskin on Sunday, Starke on US-301. Studio-Jewelry-Gifts
Farabee attended the annual Girl and David Peters, Keystone Mrs. Margie Andreu. Mrs. Don Ray Tilley in Jack- and Mrs Mack Mc- Services will continue through Starke, Florida 32091
Scout Gateway Council and Fel- Heights; Leslie Crews and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Turner sonville and attended Holiday On and Gowen Mr.of Valdosta, Ga. on Monday Saturday, \May 9. Dinner will be
lowship luncheon at Jacksonville Purvis Brown Mrs.Mil tnd daughters were in Tallahasee served on the grounds Sunday, ,,,,,
Lawtey; A1C Steve Edwards ]left Sun- Ice Saturday night. and May 9. ':':':':':':::':':':':'::::::::-:1:::::':::::::::::::'::::::::::
University last Thursday. dred Johnson, Gainesville; Ed- last 1-riday to attend the day for two further May 3, Saturday,
years duty
senate session, and also visit-
ward Mylod, Melrose.Mr. in Saarbrucken, ------e-- --- --- ----------- ----- -- -
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Janice and Davey Browning underwent ed Sen. and Mrs. Tom Slade Jr. ,i- -I

tonsilectomles in St, and Mrs. E.R. Smith of Miss Betsy Matthews and Bill
Vincent's Hospital last Friday. Madison N.J. arrived Thursdayto Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton < REMEMBER
Meng attended "Holiday On Ice" : -
visit Mrs. Smith's mother, of Atlanta, Ga. were last Thurs- at Jacksonville Coliseum Sun- ( "l
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. day overnight guests of Mr. and day afternoon.Mr. .
James Montgomery of Lake Mrs. James Barron. The Barrens ,.
City was Sunday dinner guest of also had as weekend guests '
Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman -
Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery. of Jacksonville spent the Mr. and Mrs. Mack Barron and and Mrs. P.M. Shives of I Lif 9lJeflfane I
Micanopy were Sunday guests of KthD
Shane, of Beach
son Daytona ,
weekend with Mrs. E.K. Perry- @
Mr. and Mrs. J.L.
Miss Winifred Cottle of Wood- man and Mr. and Mrs. Polo Lacayoof Gentry. 1
bine, Ga. spent the weekend with Tallahassee. 1I
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Watersof Mr. and Mrs David Christo- I I
Corey Field, Pensacola were Mrs. Paul Keleher of Pensa- pher and daughters of Fitzgerald. -
Mrs. G.H. Bennett was visit- visiting their paretns Mr. and cola former Starke resident, Ga. spent the weekend with I I
ing Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Bo- Mrs. R.A. Colson in Starke, and was the Saturday overnight guestof C.L. Dinkins and also visited
ree in Jacksonville over the Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Waters in Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shal- Mrs. Dinkins in Bradford County WITH A GIFT OFSPORTSWEAR
weekend.Mr. Lawtey over the weekend. ler. Mr. and Mrs. Shaller and Hospital
Mrs. J.B. Godwin took Mrs.Kel-]
and Mrs. Tyler Jones visIted W.E. Toler of Columbus, Ga. eher to Jacksonville to catch the Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns I I II
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shawin was the weekend guest of Mr. bus on Sunday. They also vis- and !Mr. and Mrs. Warren Winkler
Valdosta, Ga. Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Merritt Williams. ited Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- spent the weekend at Cedar I I II
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Alton and ley while in Jacksonville. Key. I I II
children of Palatka were Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson day guests of Mr. and Mrs. SERVICE' SCHEDULE I I II
visited relatives in Panama City, J.W. Hitch. Till BRADFORD CATHOLIC Churches
Tallahassee and Live Oak over I I II
the weekend.
Hex Brown of Atlanta Ga.
Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and I I II
spent the weekend with his parents Published every Thursdayat
Capt. and Mrs. Bobby Allen Mr. and Mrs. George W. 9:15: : a.m.ThlJrKday I
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of Fort Rucker, Ala. were visiting Brown. Mass 6:30 p.m.
relatives here over the Slarke Florida 32091 Miraculous Medal Novena: I I
weekend. Mrs. Jimmy Hall and daugh- Saturday, 7 p.m.
ters of Gainesville spent Sundayto Second class postage paidat A Great Selection To Choose From At Prices
P.M. Barefoot is home after Tuesday with her parents, Mr. Starke, Florida ST. "HII.LIVM'S Keystone That :
four weeks in Bradford County and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr. Height
Hospital.Mrs. Subscription Rates: Sunday Mass 9 a.m. Will Please You!
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton In trade area: $5.00 per Wetnesday Mas & Novena I t
W.M. Wimberly returned and daughter of Gainesville visited year; $2.75 six months. 7 p.m. t tt II
last Wednesday from Alachua her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Outside trade area: $3.50
General Hospital where she was N.B. Hosier, at the State Farm ST. MARY'S: Mac-clenny: I I
per year; $3.00 six: month !Sunday" 11:30 .
confined for Mass
two weeks following on Sunday. : a.m.I Aileen

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New Phone miire Mother MissingFor wroThe Telegraph gave Correction tea however The! 61tatement the firemen Is didn't correct se27 -, 3-DAY

imprest: to it,
ceive: 8. can to the
ikp until 1&
Increase Hits issue when it stated the bad burned
3YeekSContinued almost an hour.
Bradford County Volunteer
r Pf.remen arrived In six min- SALE
Fire Department arrived at
ataes after the alarm reached -
the lire ilt the Jack Russell'
One) the 7he Telegraph has
(Continued From Page One) ( From Page bane:: an hour alter it started. wid. t I.

pany was led by Councilman Nell the ignition switch, and head- ,
light on. The battery was down. Say .
Tucker who wanted to return r ri rr
the revenue to the people by tak- i As soon as Mr. Goetzman and PANTYHOSE
ing It off their utility bills. Aud- Constable Jones were notified
itors pointed out however, that I Ir i that the car had been found, they
could not be done and the matter went to Gainesville and contacted -
has rested there. the Alachua County Sheriff's IGPPJ
As justification for passing on Department and City Police. After -
the pole rental the phone com- an investigation of several dp
pany refers In its letter to Sec- I days officers located a taxi dri- .
tion 3 page 5 of General Rules { ver who said he drove a woman 11t
and Regulations applying to tele- answering Mrs. Goetzman's description -
phone service appearing in the to the Trailways bus our $1.2999c
General Exchange Tariff Under station during the afternoon. A ft1 o reg.
that, the phone company states waitress In the bus station res- i

the PSC has set forth "as ap- _- n_'__ --., taurant was located who remem-
that such tax bered serving coffee to a wo-
proved any or
charges that exceed 1 per cent Ed Dahmer and 'Patrolman man answering Mrs. Goetzman's
Henry examine en description but that was all. ,
of the billing within the City be aDGIfVith
by thiens.Merchandise.
passed to the telephone users" The ticket agent did not remember C
selling her a ticket and
no bus driver could be located
TakenIn who rememberedapassengeranswering -

I srio Goetzman.the description of Mrs. \ A Ring For HerIN

Hey Kids! Dahmer B & E The missing woman's parents
live in New York State, but she )
had not shown up there and a THUR-FRI-SAT ONLY'Fine
COME! check with other relatives was 14 KARAT
Merchandise valued at nearly window had been removed witha equally fruitless. SOLID GOLD
$1,500 was stolen from Dahmer'sDiscount crow bar found at the scene. The Goetzman's came to Key- seamless mesh with
House in breakinon Ed Dahmer, owner of the store stone brief and
Fun and Bible a Heights eight years ago nude heel. Panty
East Call Street which occurred said the crow bar belonged to from New York State and occupy .
Story Time sometime Sunday night, him, but that he hadn't seen a modest log-cabin type .. sheerest stockings all in
according to the Starke Police It for some time. cottage next to the Lake Geneva one. Knit to fit for dress
Judging from the size of the office.
Department post They have four
WITH Dahmer's is directly across hole Patrolman Henry sur- sons: Fred 15.; Tim, 14.; Gary, and casual wear. Beige
MAMA PRIESTAT the street from Gem Jewelry mised, a small person must have 13, and Dana 11. A BIRTHSTONE .. Taupe Spice. S, Avg. Tall.
owned by N.L. Woodburn, from used the opening.No Mrs. Goetzman recently start- '
which about $3,000 in merchan- arrests have been made in ed working as a check-out girl for EACH MEMBER of her
dise was taken last week when either of the two cases. at Watson's food store In Key- FAMILY set into one of these

KINDERGARTENEvery thieves broke the front display Assisting City Patrolman in the Investigationwere Calvin Pace stone, but the Monday she wentto beautiful jewels... each piece FROM JUNIOR MISS
window and helped themselves. Gainesville was her day off.
Mon. Afternoon Items taken from Dahmer's and Bradford Deputy Sheriff Glen She had friends In Gainesville, available in from 1 to 7 birth PANTY HOSE
FROM Included six pistols, three sets Moore. as It had been her habit to work stones of your choice. 1495 .
3:30 TO 4:30 of rings nine watches, three there on Wednesdays as a vol- Enka sheer nylon, seamless
: TV sets and a record player unteer at the Veterans Admin- ONE STONE
mesh, nude heel. Stretches to 881-
with a total value of $1,499. istration Hospital. i EACH ADDITIONAL
sizes. Suntone (Neutral)
6th ForAges According to the At the time of her MOTHERSBRACELETS fitall
Beginning May investigating A /young srirnttit! sags that departure, STONE
f 6) through 11 officer Patrolman Pat Henry, run'proof women's storking Mrs. Goetzman was wearing 914.
entrance was made into Dahmer's slacks and a blouse but a more
could be mnnulnrtiired' butit
through a window which opens detailed description of her clothIng -
FREE! onto an alley In the rear of the would rum about half of/ was not available.
store. Wire mesh covering the the conversation at parties. She is a member of American With Attachments For All LADIES SANDALS

Legion Post 202 Auxiliary. THE CHILDREN'S PICTURES /
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Go Fishing Hundreds of Lovely Gifts
(Continued. From Page One) for Mother Come See Thongs slide i styles
Now In Our McRae also taught school for with leather uppers
i seven years worked at the old rubber soles, cush-
Bank of Starke, and was a clerkat ioned insoles.
Quigley and Davis before beginning WILLIAMS JEWELRY Light & dark

his postal career.In brown, white.

Regional a letter Director from which the accom-Postal "Starke's Largest Quality Jeweler" 510.

panied Postmaster General
Blounts "Service Award," Mc-
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HOME "Through out your entire career -

I lic have You been have a helped true pub-the This Is A Fast To Travel!
0O .- public especially the little man Way
In filling in his money orders
addressing his envelopes, courteously -

: In Order To Server : Post In Office handfuls accepting even of though monies small presented due change the- A

and aiding them in many ways
with their personal problems __
even though many of them _,

3:: You Better were The not postal actually director postal duties further"

w";:' states that:
r "We have been advised that
in all of you career you have
never been known to use harsh 4

: K ntllckif fried fihlcktn : didn't words Postmaster the public.need with to a" fellow Hazen question employeeor said Barney he --art +

about his retirement plans "be- $11 ,
cause as a senior member of : a', r..

A............................... | miss the McRae many family good fishing he would days.not" %

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If you agree with me that the recent rate increase by the Florida

State Telephone Company is excessive although legal and feel that the

rate increase qf this week to cover the pole rental charged Florida State

Telephone Company by the City of Starke adds insult to financial injury, ,1. -.:.;

f ,....,,.9.,,,..':?,,,.
: t l Pk4 A ..,,"' :>0.
join with me in writing the Public Service Commission to protest this '. :4.J
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rate increase.The I .p .
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Telephone Company has used your poles without charge for years. }'.. R1l ',';". ,.

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WHY then is it not fair for the Telephone Company to pay the City for there

use. Let Us Show You A Fast Way To

The Telephone Company is now going to charge you, the people, for
Accumulate Wealth A Savings

the right to use your poles.Is .

Account At5y47
this fair? OBJECT TO THIS -

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Matching Funds For County Fairs School Board Session Set Tonight- The ASSOCIATE Hitch CIMe:' DOCTOR e.nnounC"eS

A preliminary session to preparation sistant Supt.. Connie Clark will the association of Dr. Ollbsrto!
Approved House / of the 1970-71 school take turns discussing the var- Rodriquez, -wKJi the clinic. He
By Ag Committee t budget Is set tonight (Thursday, ious avenues through which a will engage In general practice -
April 30)at 8 p.m. for the Brad- school district receives funds, with a specialty: In pedlar)
A bill approved by the FlorIda to Bradford County and $3,000'to ford Board of Public Instruction. money."such "as EIE funds and 8910 trics.SAP.

House Agriculture Committee Levy County. The board will meet at Brad- .
last Thursday would give the According to Bradford's Williams ford Middle School, according to -
Bradford County Fair Association
the funds were approvedon Supl Tom Casey.
$3,500 In state
matching the basis of needs that could
funds to be used for construc be Justified. Counties receiving Purpose of the session is to i
tion. .
the most funds for the most part go over the allocation of teach- -
Statewide, the proposed bill are Just developing fair faculties ing units by the State Department 'U GIONI
would provide $565,000 In matchIng he.says. Since Bradford's / of Education. Casey warns that ',f rI.""./.__oU)_,.."
funds for local agricultural faculties are some of the best ykr the session may be lengthy and UN" ;I;41\f.I> Elfl&8
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fairs and livestock. A North MIami developed In the state, the FA boring, but that anyone who wish s
legislator, however, saw president says,the local association .,.--- --.... es to know how school teach *MUNINO**-- Trt .wE'frVvGC
state revenues may be short aDd could not Justify asking fora
_funds not available.! large amount of construction ing units are allocated and thus \ ATUIIiMOVAl AtHUFflDINO-CAVITYIIfAIM*
funds. Robin Mullins Earns Eagle Scout Ranking teaching funds received by counties STUMP
Counties would have to apply Is welcome to attend. / Gainesville
for the construction funds and The money, matched by local "I'm going through the whole 'RINDING
write ,projects Justifying their funds, would be used to build Cub Pack 313The Hidaway thIng" Casey says. He and As FREE ESTIMATES ?:?:,:,, 376.1766or372.9538'SALE '
receiving the funds, according exhibit buildings.BUI; Lockhart,
to Frank Williams, president of florjda: ( Department of Agriculture Circus Slated Robbed
the Bradford Fair AssociaUon.The. Y. Consumer Services coordinator -- -
for fairs and livestock Cub Scout Pack 513 will 'hold
.$3,500 for which the Bradford shows said 2,325,000 persons Ills annual Circus aii the. South- Thieves broke Into the Hida PRICEDTNURFRlSAT
FA has asked would KO. attend fairs In Florida, and that Aide Elementary cafetorlum way, a beer parlor Just southof
toward paving at the fairgrounds.Williams -r'! concessionaires pay state taxes on Thursday' April 30. Lawtey on US-301, and stolea
ays. ranging from four to eight per At 7:30: p.m. the Grand Parade quantity of beer, cigarettes,
The bill would make available cent of their revenuesA and sometime the
gross will begin. it is advised to money over
$25,000 each to fair associationsIn
Alachua Citrus, Hardee Levy second bill reported by the come early to be mire of ,getting weekend.
Plnel1as,VOlusia,Leon Man House Ag Committee last Thurs. a Rood seat A grand larceny charge will
atee, Sarasota, Martin, Orange, day would allow Commissioner Cub Scouts are till selling be made against the culprits,
Polk Palm Beach, Dade, Columbia Agriculture Doyle Conner to appoint tickets: to the Scout exposition according to Bradford Deputy
Hlllsborough, St. tucle, members of the Soil&Water on May Sheriff Robert Green, who is
and Jackson CounU s. Conservation Advisory Council, Investigating the case. x
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now appointed by governor.The
It would allocate$23.500 to the Song--Emberly; Me, The cigarette machine was 1 to P.M.Your. s
Pasco County Fair, $15,000 to Myself And I--Cretan; The Surprise broken Into and both cigarettesand M A ,
the Northeast Florida Fair In old Soil & Water Conser-
Party--Hutchins;The Cat's money stolen. Coin boxes on
Nassau County, $10,000 each to vation Board was renamed an < N
Whiskers--Charmatz; Take This the pool table and the Juke box
the Bay County, Lake County, advisory council and shifted into Hammer--Epstein; Ride A Wild were also looted the deputy said. ;
Dade associations.County and Walton County the culture Florida and Department Consumer Servicesby AgrI- Dream--Hall; There Was A Wild
Crow--Low The Haunted Spy--
Highlands County would get executive reorganization last Byfield Journey To JerlcaO'Dell The break-In occurred somt.
$8,000, Hernando and St. Johns year, but a legislative oversight Go; To The Room Of The time between 10 p.m. Saturdayand
$8,000 each, and DeSoto and Su- failed to change the manner of Eyes--ErwIn; ; Same Scene DIf- 9 a.m. Monday morning. No s. tt $v e a s. f
wannee $5,000 each, with$3,500 appointment of board members. ferent Place--Walden. arrests have been made.

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203.1;() ; OP, 2:04; BHS, 2:04.
District Track Meet Set Here TomorrowBradford 220 yd DashDouglas, BHS,

22.5; Baumgardner, Perry, 22.6;
Rivers, Butler, 22.9.
High School will host First two finishers in each date and this their best performance to Shot putLlngfelt, Rickards, Broad JumpReese, OP, 21'- 830 yd Ref ;r- Rickards, 1:31.3: ; Two mile runGrice, OP, 10:
the District 2 Class A Track event and the first two relay season are: 45'10"; Zahra, Bolles, 43'5"; 3-1/2; Hankerson Rickards, 20'- Perry, 1:31.5; Butler, 1:32.3.: 25; Green, BHS, 10:25.7: ; Kuss-

and Field Championships with teams will qualify for the state bid to knock oft the Gulf and Black, LO, 45'6". 2; Tunsll. LC, 20'4. 440 yd DashBaxley, OP, 50.- maul, OP, 10:34.
13 area schools competing tomorrow meet in Gainesville next Sat- they lost It In the final: inning Discus- Frler__ LO, 137-2; 120 yd High HurdlesRack- 4; Barther, Butler, 50.7; Grump One Mile RelayRickards,
Friday, May 1) ruday, May 9. 1413. Plnkston, OP, 132-0; Williams, ley, BUtler, 14.3; Barfield, Per- ler, Rickards, 50.0. 3:29.1; Butler, 3:32.3: ; OP, 3- ;

It will be the season's final While the 'boys start- LO, 137-0. ry, 14.8; Andrews, BHS, 15.3. 180 yd Low Hurdles- Barfield, 33.9. Ask
Trials will begin at 3 p.m. for the most teams and per- grocery built Pole Vault- Desheidla, Rick- 100 yd Dash- Barther, Butler, Perry, 20.4;' Hankerson. Rick- 1
and are open to the public at formances will be their peak, 10-3 lend, Cunningham after lour innings.up ards, 13'9; Wilder, Perry, 12'6; 9.6.; Baumgardner, Perry, 9.8.; ards 20.8; Rackley.Butler,20.9. 6 Students : /
no charge. Finals are set for Coach Loper says. a Law, OP, 126. Douglas, BUS, 9.9. 880 yd RunBannister, OP, Charley ;
7 p.m. Admission to the finals Schools entering the meet are At tha end of five Innings It High JumpAdams, Rickards, One Mile RunGreen, BUS, 2:03: ; Paterson, BUS, 2:06: ,Smith, Earn Degrees A,
will be $1 for adults and 50 Rickards of Tallahassee, Perry was 11-8 but this lead was nar- 6'3; Murphey, BHS, 6'0; Hooker 4:38; Smith, Perry, 4:40: ; Ros- Perry, 2:06.

cents for students. Bishop Kenny, Jax Butler. rowed to H-9 after six Innings. Perry, 5'10. eneau, Rickards, 4:47.: Sprint Medley Relay-Rickards,
From St. JohnsSix
f the seventh W.
"If the weather holds the meet Jack Stanton Vocational. Jax In the top < Johns

should be one of the very fin- Gilbert, Jax New Stanton, Bolles, D. put the pressure on the .... .. .. ., .. .. r
BHS Orange Park, Fernandina Beach, Cullers taking a 13-11 lead
est of the season, says area students were among
Coach George Loper. "So muchis Lake City; Live Oak, and BUS. and were only three .cuts away ;jJ 70 who donned caps and gowns About This Question:

at stake here. ." Boys to waicn in each event from victory CunninghamGulf Monday night, April 27, for the "I hear the Charley E.
this- llYY
would have none of commencement
-. - - - - - ---- eleventh annual
,,.\ John Agency has a dis-
Jack OMffls led off the 'bottomof River
exercise at the St. Johns
RECREATREC }: t-ON--N-E-W-S-- the seventh Inningwith! : a \ -t '.; Junior College in Palatka. count in auto insurance

double 8.11dthen> scored on Jim -.I '. The students are John M. Hall, costs for the careful driv

Walts ftinjle. Mike Hawett' Daniel Allen Nail, and James er. Does this package policy .
REBELS SETTING Charles Lundy: paced Plaza then reached base 'Via an error "'\, Lewis Wildt all of Keystone include liability medi-
PACE IN MEN'SRECREA with a two-for-thre night. sending Watts ''to third base. Heights; Daniel C. Griffls, Karen -
TION SOFTBALL Paul Wheeler and Wayne Groves With the tying run .on third Frances Patz, and Stephen cal payments, unisured motorist -

After four weeks cf play In did the same for Winn and the winning run on second .... Lamar Wade, all of Starke. protection, collision,
the Men's Recreation: Softball f. ,..,
Dixie.! ftandall Davis, who at full comprehensive, towing
league, the Rec Rcbs'j! are APRIL 23Starke the tlms was four-for-four Griffis graduated from SJRJC and labor, personal effects

leading the field: of eight' UtlUHeg: 20 Tha strolled to the plate stroked '--- .- with honors and Wade graduatedwith maD convenient 6-
teams owning" the distinction Profs 9.Starke. Oils f'fUi hit .of the game. 8CO high honors. All receivedan on "
at the present time of 'beln:. Utlltles picked up It's ing Watts and Hewstt to win Associate In Arts degree. month billing?

the only undefeated team Lathe first win of the season with a the game 14-13 and gain! the l'' '., The Honorable Hans Tanzler, Charley E.

league. 20-9( pounding oa 'the Profs. Rebels fourth victory of the mayor of Jacksonville, was main

Cunningham Gulf and Plaza. The city team scored,: In season against one lo?!!. speaker at the exercises. Out- JOHNS AGENCY
Lode are nipping at the heels:! each Inning of the five inning Wlnn blxie outh't: Cunning- going Student Government Association -
of the league leaders, each game and lead 13-3 after four f President Steve Rho-
ham out-
18-17. but they
Walnut St.
... 131 So.
den, St Augustine, also -
having suffered loss.
c'nly one innings. Each team scored ,'
'bc.I:;:>led the winners to ticceunt ..' Phone 964-5070
The way the league is shapingup alx runs in the final inning. for the difference! in t*', core
the Rebels will be hard Etarire Utilities! outhlt their opponent : Paul Wilder! was fourforfourand
pressed> to maintain! a perfect 1312with- T. C. Pace Mike Rhoden two-fcr-two' ..- -

record. In action last week, Indications ipolng three-fjr-four. David. to pac the groery ,boys. '..

were shown that any Bennett had & perfect three-' Aor! >7 !WIth Davis' 5 -for-5
''team in the league can beat :lor-thres. to lead the Profs. Billy Sanford: also had a per

any other team on a given Rec. Rebels 11 Madison; fect nlfTht 'with two: hits, a

night. The standings: through 'st. 4.The, sacrifice and games of Monday, AprU 27, Rec. Rebels kept their PLAZA lODGE 10 STARKE

are as follows: Rec. Dept. 4-0; record, 'unblemished: recording Uir.llies: 9, Enjoying corn on the cob in front of the old sugarcane mill on the e4
Cunningham Gulf and PlazaLodge
4-1 Law and Madi- their furth consecutive victory This was:' the night' for "n1.meat" Whitehead ranch last Saturday are: (from I left) Sheriff Willis :McCall.
; ley against no losses at the '
upssts. Starke Ut11t1e9tried Lake County; Sheriff Harry: Spradley. Columbia
son St. Baptist 1-3; Starke Utilities expense= of 'the Madison St. In vain to put down County; Sheriff
and Wlnn Dixie 14. Baptist. Plaza Lodge the team that Is John Whitehead. Union County: Senator Stone; and Dill Baker, chair-

GAME RESULTS It was not an easy win for tied with Cunningham Gulf man of the Lake Region Citizens Committee. Look Your Best!
APRIL 21Cunningham
tha' league leading team as for second place

Gulf 19 -Law- the game was much closer The City/ team was In control

fey Cunningham 2. Gulf scored its The'than church the final team score was indicates.never of the jrame for 6'<4 innings Sen. Stone Sees 1 Bis! Deficit Road Crew at the

Starke utilities led!! 2-0 for
third victory ef the season, really out of contention, WorkIng JuniorSeniorProm.
especially 'three Inn'nes. fell behind!! 3.2
thumping Lawtey 19-2. to the early innings as nfter four. In the!! sixth Innlnj Unless I Services Are Curtailed)
Lawtey's record Is now 1-3 they hit the ball very well but they came up with six runs to (Continued l"rom" Pap ODe)
The Gulf team had little difficulty the Rebel defense held up justas lead 83. ,

in downing Law-ley well.! The Baptists only Plnr: t,0ds-e scored once in, Hundreds friends from a doz- date, seemed gleeful over the "It's really looking good to us,"
with the aid of 18 'base hits trailed 3-1 going Inio; the bot- the sixth to make it 84. in the en surrounding counties gathered entry of Judge G. Ilarrold Cars- Jones says of the fair skies which
and': defensive Saturday afternoon at the ranchof well into the U.S. Senate race.
poor play on tom of the Pith Inning :but the
top of the seventh the city have been over Bradford County.
behalf: of Lawtey. The winners Rebels then came with Union County Sheriff John lie said this move ". has intensified We have a
up scored once more and were Road crews are now engagedIn '
were paced offensively! by Ihe Whitehead for a cookout honor- the secret war betweenthe ,l
eight runs in too
fifth and then three r outs away from a filling the grounds of the large selection of
Davis brothers, Harold and( sixth to Ing State Senator Richard Cramer-Bafalls forces on f
put the game away.Randall 9-4 wetwin.. new courthouse for landscaping.
Randall]], each going three for Stone, of Miami, an announced one side and the Kirk-Gurney coalition -
:! McGee led the win But the Plr 7i: Lodge team candidate for Secretary of Stateon on the other. He pre- Work on that began Tuesday to
lour Kn Carlton hit one: cut
of) the park. Lawtey had only hers at the plats going: three- wns cfpt ininerl to keen pace the Democratic ticket. dicted that this Republican Infighting enable the county to get plant- Formal RentalsBLACKS
four hits. for-four, as the team had 13 of Cnnn1r,"ham and scored Food and politics vied for top would work to the benefit ings while they are available.
Ibase hits. Madison :Street col six bit rn<"? in the brtf-m cf munched! on of Democrat candidates. Besides the big drainage pro-
Plaza Lodge No. 9-Winn billing as
jects, the road is
lected 10 safet.63: ''with Rhymer the "evtith to pull It out of delectable barbecued chicken. county crew
Dixie! 2.Plaz1.
also maintaining the tops of the
Howell's three-for-four the five 109. L
being anda
corn steamed in the husk,
Lodge gained it's third.
The Huddled with Stone at one timeor gravel roads now. There are
tops. winner hud five hits !In the brim
kettle filled to
APRIL 27Cunningham lh! inning with Charl-i Lunly's
with chicken and rice.
over Winn Dixie former need to be pulled. The new drag- LJ
politicoes, Including WHITES 1
Gulf 14Winn < Imlrto the nark home runhigh Senator Stone, his wife, and two
Poor fielding: on the part of Gov. Charley Johns of Starke, line recently ordered by the
Dixie 13.Winn 11f1t1ln! the! inning little girls seemed to thoroughly STRIPES
the grocery team was the dif and Sheriffs Paul Thrift Baker County Commission is mountedon
Dixie cams very closs PlAZa' next! mme will give enjoy the atmosphere of the FANCIES
ference in the Plaza Pat County a truck and will be used
game as County; Hartley, Levy
to pulling the biggest of them nn op1""rtnnitv to 'nto century-old Whitehead farm,
upset *j
the exclusively pulling ditches. ..
only outhit
losers 109. ; J.W. Pridgeon, Lafayette "* +g
the season but failed in their! first nlr n* 1 tb-lr onnonentsnr complete with sugarcane mill Delivery should be made within '. '*
County; and Willis McCall, Lake Silks. Solids,
1 !,! tir lejciip; leadinnt Resrca-! smokehouse, corn cribs,and huge County. the next eight! : weeks.
tlon n"he'i. T\r\ >7i\\. Lories!! out- turkey gobblers strutting around Pjn) Stripped

hit Stnilo TTMW'r' 11-10. raced the barnyard. "Dade County was District4H T
STARKEBEF4CENTER! bv Lloyd Gllpin'a 3-for-t. never like this" they mighthave

( Bill! Chambers was 2 for-3 the remarked as they strolled acrossa Others included Mayor James WinnersContinued

*A HARM COIIIKH, ,OWNKK4SPECA U'OMRN'S T.KAGUE a little creek flowing into of Lake City; Circuit Court Clerk due in the County Agent's office -
The 1070! Wcmen'a! Softball nearby New River. Robert Driggers School SupC on May 22. A committee A small deposit will hold your selection.
Lenrnie\ will begin! play Friday: But the pastoral scene didn'tprevent James Tyson, and Union County will judge the records and a-
M1V'Ith scheduledto the Senator from coming Attorney Hal Y. Mains, all of
games\ ward ribbons to each member.
down to earth with a few Lake Butler. Louie L. Wain- COME EARLY!
I be plaved: at Wt Sl-'j Park Award winners In each projectarea
I. I each Friday nlsht. Schedule of comments on state government, wright, Tallahassee, Director of will receive their medalsat
stating that the trend of cur- the State Division
of Correct-
games will be announced: next collection indicates an achievement dinner to be While Selection I* GoodStone
rent tax a ions arrived late in the afternoon -
$30-to-$50 million shortage held on May 28 at the Agri-
Team entering the dengue! culture Building in Starke.
"just to continue present state
play are: Norman's Farm, j
Bella Fish .. $1.49 programs..
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Colonial Flrrlst.! Hurst Shell said his subcommitteeon

Service and Koch's D:-uss.Normin's taxation will report back by '

: and Colonial: ore May 10 on two proposed ways
Rabbits - - $1.49 the teams! returning! from last: of increasing tax revenues. \\

year while Hurit t Shell Service! These Include a gross receiptstax

nod, Koch Drugs/ are new cn- and a tax on newspaper, CGEtrltli4/M y; F4 .& j.1_... .. .,. .....
Mixed Hamsters$1.10 trl! 3. television, and radio advertisTerms ah, __ __
One major change in the ing. 7

Women's toa-nic:: : this year( !''sth "I'm personally opposed to FEDDERS Sound Binitr! 0<> gn Ffddira Wnthtr Whitl Wi.htbli Air, Filltf, I Y.., WARRANTY ON
Complete Selection: Tropical Fish and Plants.' ? toms: will play just one: these taxes" the Senator said, VALUE.PLUS Sup r Quilt Opotlion. 360' DiiMtionil ftiducn Dust lint, ind 5 YEAR WARRANTY ON ALL SEALED PARTS SYSTEM
Coaling IrrtUntt'
!game coati: week en Friday: adding that there can be cut'U cooling capacity, wattage, and amp
\MSTEHS: GUINEA PIGS WHITE nl'jht':: ,, T'ols: is to encourariii! backs in present programs that -- = I .Id cNt in 1 confornnnct with AHAM Stand

;MICE PARAKEETS more 1t1'! }, to: play !Inc, It only would make new taxes unneces- I _-. : : 21,000 BTU MULTI-ROOM UNIT ...
invoho! e nirht' n week. sary while continuing present I Easy mount installation'' .. TN... Dad fart Air .-_ ... 14,000 BTU, MULTI-ROOM UNIT
r eicFtange Four Easy mount nitallation. speed ,Ian Air
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services. air
There I h me mora! mcetlru : thermostat Adjustable chanj 4 waY II', (blow,! ,ound barrier divgn,

f "r( Mond.iv.scheduled Miy before 4, nt plav which brgins(''m, in These education adjustments as well conic as other made 2 III'' ...-. 00X7_ 14 500 REVERSE BTU Cool CYCLE' $37995 UNIT $((369 95 _-_ 04 $28995
14.000 BTU Heat, _
of the Sen-
entry tern! nod:! rcsteri: must bs areas government., 5,000 BTU ROOM S.IIE UNIT 18000: BTU MULTI DM UNIT $339 9iJ399
turned ::1The scVrdu;! for ator said. ."ven in education .** >.... 1 0. t" SOU BTU MULTI RM UNIT .95
we're to have
going some ques- ,. t
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't thu time to ask, particularly In the Two Speed Fan 8,500 BTU REVERSE CYCLE

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to the manner in which many
county school offices use state $26995

FLOWERING TREES funds"Taxpajers in staffing are willing to pay 10,000 BTU ROOM.SIZE UNIT $259.91 -rco eru cooing 05EC,, 12,541 BTU ?..??,
01AC OSAC- $299.95
for front line teachers, but they OTAc

are reluctant to spend tax money POWER MOWERS TO SAVfc VOUR
for duplicative services." WEEKEND i

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i a S a a a S a-a a a a e a a i mle Reed wlnnfngthetltIeolMiss and B.T. Marshall Jr.,sponsoredby Florida Power & Light crews Front Royal Va., visited last eley, Calif., while on a business
1 Bethlehem. Rev. J.P. Franklin Mrs. Perlle B, Albert. iATictiioiB7 doing more of the installation of weekend with Mr. and Mrs. trip to the University of Florida.
f delivered the message last Sun- the new mercury vapor lightson George Saxon, Mrs. Katie Sax-
Community I day morning Instead of Rev Hay Bible Study will be held Thurs- Hampton's main street. And on and Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Birt
mon. day (tonight) at 8 p.m. Choir Wednesday afternoon, the chest and sons. STARKEBUSINESS
Mr*, D. E. BID
rehearsal Friday night at 6:30.: X-ray at Baker's Store did 90 Mrs. Norma Melton and her
EBENEZER BAPTIST Church. All Junior Choir members are r .. ..ANEW X-rays from 12 to 3 p.m. mother, Mrs. Rose Parsons arrived -
Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor. Sun- asked to please be present. Mrs. by plane Saturday night.
I day School 9:45. The annual Raynell English reporter.MT. RR CROSSING MELTON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Melton had been with her
News' Woman's Day observance will PISGAI1 AME Church Rev. Traffic was stopped through Lonnie Melton was honored witha mother in Cincinnati, Ohio dur-
I terminate Sunday. At 10:45 Morning George Young, pastor. Hampton Wednesday and Thurs- surprise party for his 64th ing her recent surgery and reports DIRECTORY
I Service with Junior Womenin Services will begin with Sunday day last week while repair crews birthday last Thursday, at the that Mrs. Parsons has
l By Elizabeth Given Walker I charge. The speaker will be School at 10 a.m. Morning ser- put a new gravel and limestone home of his daughter Mrs. C.S. been recovering fine.
_-- Miss Valarla Jenkins. Music will vice at II.Evening service,6 p.m. base around crossties and railsto Hagan. Attending besides Mr. Mrs. Betty Hayes was in Ala- AUTO SERVICE
-- ------------- -- be provided,by the Black Youth All members and friends are Invited make a smoother crossing at and Mrs. Hagan and sons and chua General Hospital from Wed-

RECREATION NEWS night May 7, in the Masonic Hall Ensemble with the youth In to attend these services. the Navarre Avenue Intersection. the guest of honor, were Mr. nesday to Friday for tests. Gilbert
ingl boys Interested in play on Brownlee Street.All membersare charge. At 3 p.m. the Senior GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL Local residents resorted to a and Mrs. Glenn Thomas and family Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Chester S. Brown
Little League asked to be present and on women will be in charge. The AME Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins series of ways to get across, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Mel- of Jacksonville were visitors
asked to register atstheeHRenorecreation time. Business of vital import- speaker will be Mrs. Louise Pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. besides going the long way a- ton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. Mel- Standard 011 Service Static
center. Practice Is ance. Temly. Music will be providedby Lovefeast service at 11. Com- round by Hwy. 301 and back Irvin McConaghy and Otis Mel- vin Hamel. ATLAS
held each Tuesday and Thurs the Senior Choir of Greater munion service 6 p.m.Allmem- into town on 221: George Williams ton. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Garafalo TIRES BATTERIES
day at 5 p.m. EXTRAVAGANZA OF MUSICAn Bethlehem Free Baptist bers and friends are invited to drove his truck to the of Apopka visited Mr. and Mrs. Budget Term Road' gcrilct
PHONE M4-7071
All girls ages 9-17 Interested Extravaganza of Music will Church. attend. railroad track on the west side, PERSONALSMr. George Saxon here Sunday. 407 N. Temple SUrke
In playing Girls Softball are asked be presented at Bethlehem FreeWill The two captains for the Wo- FREE KINGDOM Church,Elder took his bicycle: out of the back and Mrs. E.D. Allen had Mrs. Verna DeWItt of California -
to register Recreation Cen Baptist Church on May 7, man's Day activity; are Mrs.Ber- White pastor. The District Meet and used It for transportationthe as guests last week their niece and her sister-in-law of
ter. This Is a healthful physical at 8 p.m., sponsored by the Brad- tis Robinson, and Mrs. Ruby ing will start Thursday, Apr. 30. rest of the way; Mrs. Leas- and nephew from Oklahoma.Vis- Monticello Ark. were visiting
t fitness activity; for: all! ford-Union NAACP Branch. All Clark. All members are askedto If you would like to be on the ton Forsyth, who lives just west iting the Aliens the previous here last week with her son- HURST'SSHELL
Mr. Jackson is asking the cooperation interested citizens: are Invitedto cooperate with these activi- program, see Mother Robinsonor of the tracks, left her car on week were friends from Pen- in-law and daughter Mr. and
of all interested cit: attend. Rev. John Haymon will ties for success. Elder White. The B.S.A.Gos- the east side; Mrs. Bessie Was- nsylvania. Mrs. D.J. Williamson and fam
izens in making the community; be the speaker. The Baby Contest, sponsoredby pel Singers of Angel of Mercy din rushed through the sorting Ralph Williams son of Mr. ily. They drove on to Miami Service Station
activities what they should be. Mrs. Ferlle B. Albert and Christian Valley Church, Jack- of mall for the route and hur- and Mrs. J.A. Williams, has and took a plane for Panamato Gas Oil Lnbrloatton
GIRL SCOUTS Mrs. Bertis Robinson, will ter- sonville, will present special mu- ried back across the tracks before been here with his family after visit other relatives. Also Monarch Tire A B'Otrt .
DELL CHAPTER 168 The regular meeting of Girl minate Sunday, May I. The Con- sic. Come out and enjoy your- the road closed at 8 a.m. a tour in Vietnam with the here with the Williamson last ROAD SERVICE
Dell Chapter 168 OES will hold Scout Troop 626 each Mondayat testanta are Darel Jsnklns,sponsored self at this great meeting. Adding to the confusion and Army. weekend was Mrs. Williamson's 301 and 100 8&arbMEN'S
its regular meeting Thursday 5 p.m. at Greater Allen Cha- by Mrs. Bertis Robinson, --Mother Robinson, reporter. bustle in town last week were Mr. and Mrs. Varde Wall of brother, Hugh DeWitt, of Berk- -
pel AME Church. All Girl Scoutsare
asked to be present and on

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F artralrn'SIxRAC. tie prize gesture. In at least
April 25, 1970 two schools I have personal
knowledge of, the pupils In the
: Biology class were told of the
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....".II....}ILRrTIN..T. ......>>" r..". I Ixia Dear Mr. Editor: need for the government to start
.bar-N chemicalsIn
rnpnMIU control
,.. using birth
1 /.,>>.,Nrl.....,. .nn,,,"'J rLA.,11n1.H Well, It happened again! The our drinking water the role
;:" American people were made the the government should play In
Blooms I fools and tricked into celebrating curbing births and that only
Communist anniversary- be allowedto
a certain persons would
: 4kJc'E Lenin's 100th anniversary. Oh have children by permit. Also -
E4rw :: : yes, I know it had some far a special pill which would
Again fetched-one-world type title counteract the birth control
WILLIAM BARTRAM .",, '.-. given to It over in this country- chemical In the drinking water
Ml\\ Earth Day-but It still happened would be Issued upon request.
I April 22. This Is all the Communists If the latter collectivest
Fields of lavender Ida, first noted by William Bartram in 1791 will
Every school child knows the care aboutthere was a thoughts were a part of the
jingle "April showers bring Mayflowers be blooming during May in flat pine woods between Starke and Lawtey. celebration In the United States planned "Earth Day" thingI

," and among the rarestof and by the American people, and do not know. I do know, hoW-
wild flowers that will dot the blossoming cvcle is one of the toy 'on U.S. 301. They have also Flower lovers are sometimes on Lenin's birthday. The films of ever, that all fitted In very nice-
fJ4iit ,t landscape this spring will be strangest phenomenon known to been noted in limited areas In tempted to transplant the little all the speeches, parades and little ly to make "Earth Day" indeed
B tram's ixia, a gossamer the botanical world was first Clay, St. Johns, and Putnam bulbs from which the flowers children meeting and singing day of "Pollution."
lavender-violet beauty that noted by the famed naturalist, Counties although with the taking grow, but they refuse to grow songs are good propaganda for The biggest and most serious
thrives in a limited area of flat William Bartram. in 1791 dur- of more and more woodland outside their native habitat. showing the Russian and other pollution problem In my opin
pine woods in Bradford County, ing his travels through Florida.It ] Into cultivation] or clearing for Plucking the flowers is also a slave-people] of the world. ion. Is the pollution by the collectivist -
and a few other known locali- was apparently "lost" or home sites, the fragile flowers frustrating experience, since WHEN ARE WE GOING TO and Marxist revolutionaries -
ties in the State. at least not noted In the botani- grow more and more scarce. they wilt almost as soon as the WAKE UP? of the minds of the American
... 7 he lovely flower, whose brief cal world until a group headed by Due to its strange habits, the stem Is broken. This trumped-up "Earth-Day," people. The Pollution which
Dr. John K, Small, head curatorof flower Is little known or noted, Some naturalist have been suc- which the communist lovers In presents the most serious consequences -
-- Museums at the New York even among natives and long- cessful In preserving them by our country shoved down our is the stench of the
Botanical Garden "rediscov- time residents of the area. Ear- pressing between sheets of cellophane throats, was bad enough-but then dirty, rotten propaganda. being
ered" Bartram's ixia in the flat ly risers may note a purplishtint ;and there are specimens they got a lot of well-thinking pushed (either knowHngly or
Our editorial. pine woods between Starke and in the wire grass as they of this kind in the her- people Involved In pushing the unknowingly) by those. that are
Lawtey early on the morning of hurry along the highway during barium at the University of Flo- "pollution" thing- even harder. aiding and abetting the Communist -
June 9, 1931. Dr. Small made the the month of May, but a person rida, whose naturalists, includ- Many of the people, however, cause.
trip to Florida after having been coming along two or three hours ing the late Dr. Harold Hume, that are pushing this "pollution" May God have mercy on us,
Point view told by some visitors from the later may see nothing, since the have been Intrigued by the rare subject are a part of the prob- if we forget for one moment.
I of f ] University of Florida that plant flowers are so fragile that their flower and Its strange habits. lem of pollution, not a part of The objective of the Communist
resembling] the "lost ixia" grewin tissue-paper-thin petals liter- The narrow confines within the solution. Most of them do conspiracy Is to enslave the
the flat woods of this area. ally melt away under the hot which the ixia is found Is probably not even care one little bit about world.
sun at mid-morning, unless the due to the fact that It the problems of pollution, but
Bartram waxed poetic In his day happens to be cloudy and grows from a bulb and not froma are using It only to advance the Sincerely,
journal entry 179 years ago, describing cool. seed which the wind or birds Marxist political schemes.
a view of the primi- could scatter. When the land Then add to this another lit- Don E. Champion
A Political tive Florida woodlands: "Whata Growing from a bulb, the leaf- Is cultivated or taken In for a
Swift y beautiful display] of vegetation less steam of the flower looks homeslte, the bulbs are often destroyed -
Is here before me! Seemingly much like the wire grass with and thus the his will + a
unlimited In extent and variety: which it freely mingles. Up to undoubtedly become rarer and ':'r; .: It's a woman's
All is fair in war and politicsthat -- Kirk faction in the state organi- how the dew-drops twinkle] and sundown of a May day, no flo- rarer, and may even face extinction ::

is, if you win. zation?. ., who else but Judge Cars- play upon the sight trembling on wernot even a budappears unless an effort is madeto w ,} ::'
the tips of the lucid green Savanna fog the following day.But through preserve an area for their .1Ib
well, who had been turned down by
sparkling as the gem that growth.
the night the bud develops apparently -
Governor Kirk came up last week the U.S. Senate as "too conservative"thus flames on the turban of the eastern very slowly] at first For anyone who has never seen

with a cunning bit of political gim- gaining the sympathy of many prince. See the pearly tears and as the eastern sky beginsto tbein bloom, It Is well worth Yw.I

mickry that topped even the previous (maybe most) Floridians of both par- rolling off the buds of the expanding lighten, about five o'clock, an early morning trip to observethe By Martha Sue McCain
Grandilla; behold the azure the bud at the end of the wiry sight that will be unfolded
"master strokes" that have enlivenedhis ties, who were pleased and proud to County Extension
fields of cerulean Ixia! What stem starts to open and at sun- here during May. Set your alarm
three years and four months as have a state man nominated to serveon can equal the rich golden flowers rise the perianth is visible and clock early, then drive north Home Economics Agent

Governor of Florida. the highest court. of the Canna ]lutes, which ornament ready to burst Into bloom. from Starke along U.S. 301 until -
the banks of yon ser- After about three hours the you spot the purple tinge
This latest coup d'etat was so clever, Political writer Hank Drane thinks pentine rivulet, meandering over blossom shows signs of withering in the woods on either side. A GOOD BREAKFAST itr FOOD in plastic CLIPS bags
the meadows. ." Then park your car, get out, STARTS A GOOD DAYEating
and by mid-morning the
indeed that observers are cre- himself
some that Carswell's decision to align Forecast on Food. Home- I]
Just where Bartram first observed and inspect the flowers closely.
daily routine is at an end unless a good breakfast diting it to the mastermind of RobertE. with Kirk and Gurney to announcehis makers will find beef will re- N
the "fields of cerulean the day Is exceptionally Even the most hard-bitten na- a good start for the day, according
Lee, the crafty political strate- entry in the Senate race strongly ixia" is not known, but they bloom cloudy and coo]. This strange ture-hater should get satisfaction < : to studies showing main in good and Increasing: ; W

gist from Fort Lauderdale who helped Indicates that he had little or no now nowhere more profusely, life cycle has earned the ixia out of the fact that he is that people!! who have a goal; supply this .year and more
elect Kirk governor in 1966. knowledge of the deep split in state than in a small square mile the name of "dew flowers" a- viewing a sight that Inspired meal before going to work get eggs will be available A lot ,
area roughly centered the Bartram in 1791, and has been more chicken and turkey seem
ranks. Although Carswellis by mong some residents of the area, more dane than those who
Republican home of Mrs. Nelson] Green, enjoyed by comparatively] few assured! and after shorter
since they almost be saidto
may .
it it skip breakfast, or eat a poor
But whoever dreamed must in Republican
up, comparative newcomer -
a half way between Starke and LawFarmers- come and go with the dew. viewers since that time.Diary supplies]! through summer-
be admitted that last week's announce- circles having bolted the one.As more pork.According.
ment by Judge G. Harrold Carswellthat Democrat Party in the 1950'sit is the morning goes on, the : b USDA economists -
hungry ones grow less effic
he would resign his Federal judge- hard to believe that any man, especially lent. After ]lunch they do better we'll eat more chicken'

ship to become a candidate for U.S. one residing in the state capital, for awhile but then slow and processed fruit this year.We'll .

Senate seemed like the dream answerto could be so politically naive. As up again. The same rules apply eat slightly more beef
usual], there was s >-no c>>i- end turkey and moderatelymore
all of Kirk's problems in getting fusion last weotoid: ; when it was: er* lants, report that the placeis to everyone from teenagers and fish.

himself reelected to another term as "As the political drama continuesto the beginning! of Daylight Saving a "madhouse" with committee to housewives! !! to indus There'll eggs be fresh fruit a-
meetings all over the capitol trial workers, and children in
Governor. unravel Carswell may learn, says Time this season. We nava it fresh will
plenty. Mere citrus
all worked, nut nicely, ever since ] buildings and lobbying acti- school who .study as well as
Drane, "that he indeed was used as we heard the four words which vities at a peak. play. .fee available this year, and
Like it or not, Carswell was tied a pawn by Kirk and Gurney to streng- cover the operation Spring for- There Is a 3-polnt test of there are lots more pears, apples

to Kirk from the moment of his announcement then Kirk's seemingly shaky bid for ward, Fall back! So in the Springwe what makes a good breakfast.In and grapes and prices
and all his claims that re-election and establish Kirk and move our clocks forward an April showers are supposedto order to qualify it (1)( ) gives will be lower( than last year.What's .
and hour, and in the Fall, bring May flowers, and we protein vitamins and minerals a "processed egg"?
the decision was his own, alone, Gurney as the party's undisputed king- move ,
hope that's what happens and Processed might mean frozen,
he's "his man" won't them back. needed to build and repair
that own change
pins. not more rain. At the time of dried or liquid.: There are
that fact. Kirk endorsed Carswell with 5 writing we had had about 10 the body: and keep!! it healthy.. about 160 sizable] plants that {
By Sam McGarvey ((2)) provides fuel] for body en-
fulsome praise, -and called the press Osborne stretched the credibilitygap days without heavy rains and the and !break and: freeze ergy; ((3)) tastes gsod.:
conference in Miami at which Lt. Gov. again when he intimated that Cars- Nevertheless, we missed that county was once again startingto Fresh asparagus season lad in this country. About: 10 per

Osborne bowed, obligingly, out of the well had President's Nixon's supportfor hour of rest last Saturday night weather, and secondly, an order dry]. We're off to afraid something to like norma that- here and supplies will be at cent of the eggs are now "procesed" -
and it will be a long time before has been placed for a new drag- guess By 1973 the parentage
Senate Carswell their from
race for and jumpedin. the Senate, and predicted that we may be in for a Spring drought, peak April t to: June.
it There 25 to 30 cent.
we get back. is a line to be used in working roads may leach per
The three-- in addition to Sen. Cramer would meekly bow out of the considerable amount of oppos- and roadside ditches. After the for sure as we do, that old Wea- Watch: for fresh asparagus' with Chicken noodle: soup must

Ed Gurney-- appeared together on race (as did Osborne when Kirk pro- ition to the whole idea, and it new machine has been received therman will cross us up and closed compact tips: smoth contain: at I least!! 2 per cent
television for Carswell to make the mised to let him stay on the ticket as may be that the Legislature will and if weather permits, the road- send some more wet stuff. round pearanceall spears; and-rich a fresh ap- chicken according to USDA

announcement, and they were pictured his Lieutenant Governor running mate). take some action on it. building project may be launched. 5 Avoid tips that are open green.antspread standard:!: A soup' which contains
together the next morning in every less must be called: something -
.r. ; out, moldy: or decayed
major newspaper in the state. But Cramer, apparently, had no such 5 We've been trying to get some- tips or ribbed: :: spears.; Use ; like ""chicken-flavored
intentions, and the Kirk-Carswell-Os- The current ill-fated berry one to do yard work at our place within two days: far best taste noodle,be soup and would not

Osborne's statement that he was borne axis will find him a formidablefoe. season is about over and from In the meantime, we notice that but have been unsuccessful so refrigerate keep in crisper considered: a poultry pro-

"stepping aside for this man" (Cars- A veteran of many political wars, all reports the growers managedto the protests the County Com- far cranked, so old the bag-of-bones mower last week-Sam
well) in the interest of "party unity" he has been in Congress 16 years and salvage only about half a mission have made to the State end and took a crack at the Job.
and thus have
should qualify him for the ranks of lives in the very heart of the Re- crop financial set-back. The suffered loss can a fruit Transportation for a DOT Dept maintenancecrew have borne Like the old gray mare Sam of keeping us up to date on duct.NEWS

television comics. Party unityif publican belt. One-fifth of the total be blamed on abnormally heavy has been busy ]lately repairing isn't as young as he used to be, the advantages and disadvantages ABOUT
there was any to begin withwas statewide GOP registration is in his rains. After the plants were set the turnoffs" alongthe but then, when you come to thinkof of these varieties.

gone with the wind next day as the home county of Pinellas, and he has out last fall, we had a seriesof main highways. Apparently it. who Is? Our Experiment'Station each

Kirk-Carswell-Osborne deal was denounced close ties to the hard-core toilers in showers and flooding rains the old saying applies that "the 5 year has probably 10 to 15 SERVICE MEN
which last through the growing wheel] that makes the most noise variety trials in their pro-
by GOP Party leaders, both the party, all over the state.It season and prevented anything gets the grease." grams.
state and national, and lines were like normal production. The old courthouse has takenon Our conclusion last week ". r ..

drawn for a battle royal between Cars- will take a lot of "Carswell sympathy" 5 a new look now that the was that the Tioga, Torrey
grounds have been
well and Rep. William Cramer St. 55 up by well be In-
to overcome Cramer's Repub- FFA boys and a Starke employe and Sequoia may Airman Milton Floyd
Petersburg Republican, who had already lican entrenchment and sympathetic All eyes are on Tallahassee cluded in our planting. Each nephewof
The county is getting the work crew, and if buildings] could Miss Annie B. Anderson, Law-
gearedup with like
announced for the Senate seat Democrats can't help Carswell in the to tackle the job of rebuilding laKefront owners some groups pushing for a talk would no doubt sniff and has advantages and disadvantages tey, has completed basic training

being vacated by Spessard Holland. Primary unless they change their par- graded roads which have been bill, and Starke city officials make a sarcastic comment about over the other. Some at Lackland AFB Tex.
the new building] down the high- growing seasons will favor one
ty allegiance.Gov. damaged repeatedly during the working against another one. Incidentally -
Kirk past year of extremely Councilmen way. However the County Com- variety over the other. For He has
had seen the handwriting on heavy Jimmy mission been assigned to Cha-
rains. First, a new source of McRae and Jimmy Bowen who has beautification plans example, this season we are nute AFB
the wall, as reflected in the polls, Kirk says he will be happyto for the new building which will for training In
fill dirt has been has been
obtained which went to Tally in opposition to ending veryfavorable the aircraft equipment mainten-
and knew that his friend Osborne didn'thave ride to victory on Carswell's shirttail will be available even in wet the bill affecting municipal DOW- be implemented as soon as wea- for the Tioga Witha ance field. Airman Floyd, a 1968

a Chinaman's chance to beat "if there's any room left." When --- ther permits. normal season Tioga has graduate of Robertson Jenkens

Cramer in the Republican primary. the voters finally realize what went proven that it will give the Ellerson High School In Starke
:a. :::;:::::::;:::;::: ::::--::::::: :::: :.-:;:.-:::::::::::<< Then in a blinding flash came the } Florida A&M
on in this behind-the-scenes maneu- % one of the best. greatest yield. University -

inspirationwho _could pull the rug ver they may decide to help Cramercut ji In 19S3. the Florida 90 variety We will not attempt hereto .
from under Cramer and the anti-! the shirttail off. j FARM AND RANCHBy 3 was introduced to Bradford list the good and bad

5 County by Mr Leon Norman. characteristics of t these Navy Petty; Officer First Class
George T. HugKins, J$ He set five acres of this new varieties. We are not saying Donald C. Richie, son of Mr.
COUNTY AGENT ?| variety that had been here that we are droppingthe and Mrs. Carl W. Richie of

Agricultural Extension Service 5 developed at Plant City. Dur- Florida !90 variety. The Route 2, Starke Is undergoing ,
The Bradford County w big the next few years, the Florida 90 is a good strawberry tactical and weapons training with
,,:--' | Florida 90 replaced the old and has been good for Naval Reserve Mobile Construc
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED j111 ::;:;:;:;:;:;:::; ::;_::::::::;:::;: :;:;:;:::: :::;;' ;::::::::::;::::::::; >> standby Missionary. It was us for a long time. tion Battallon-14 at Gulfport,

.. of f my time in Bradford Count superior to the Missionary in Miss.
) o iJl For about 75 years Bradford Maybe the ground Is starting
187! ;, :. Strawberries have been
County has been famous for yield and in shipping qualities. to warm up enough so that some
L and still are one of our best The Florida 90 has been a
the best strawberries produced of our spring and summer crops
r"dhapit :\ ;, This 1970! harvest has crops. good variety for us since that will grow A summer crop for
MIMBLaFLORIDA a' /. upheld that reputation. The Dr. Mason Marvel and Dr time. livestock, hogs or cows, that ually have the most popular va-
Behold. I make all things only fault with this reputationis Sal Locascio were in our county During the past two years will give you lots of grazingand rieties. If you are Interestedin
new.-(llev. 21:5) that it does not assure a day this past week Wa some of our growers have is a highly nutritious green our record for a particular

:Now is the perfect time to maximum yrdds. visited a :ew growers In an Introduced varieties that were grazing crop is millet. variety, contact us. Millet planted -
ASS 0 CtA, 5SS begin a new life. Old patternsof : effort to evaulate crop conditions developed in other states. The Several varieties have been now and properly) managed will
v Weather conditions, including and varieties Introduced by Experiment Sta- give you green grazing all
thought and feeling lose and to help us begin Tioga Torrey through the
tions and commercial seed] companies summer
/ their grip on us as we realize temperature precipitation have not and been planning for another year. I were tried during 1967-68 anda An average of 25 to 30 State Poultry Producers MeetIng -
that it is never too late to begin la favor, for remember Mr Leaton Morgan few plantings of Sequoiaset of these varieties are testedby May 4, 5. and 6, will be
air a in. We rejoice and our maximum Sr., who grew strawberriesfor in 1969.! Each of these our Florida Experiment Station held at the Flagler Inn in Gaines
E. L. MATRlEUS, Editor-Publisher give thanks. With courage strawberry yields. Rainfall about 60 years, telling me varieties have been in the ex- each year These tests are ville.]
Published each Thursday and entered as Second and strength we move for. and temperatures have effected once that where you lost perimental plots in Gainesville carried on in five or six different Beef Cattle Meeting May 7,

Class !Matter at the Tout Office at Starke\ Florida ward into a whole new way : our strawberry crop something was the place to locations over the State. 8 & 9, will be held at the University -
since setting began I last The test Involves Information on ; of Florida in Gaineevt le.
all back and look for it, so Dr. Locascio has carried
under Act of March 3rd, 1379. of life.' We leave behind go
October. The Blueberry Field
plants had more rate of growth, forage production Day May II,
though we are not out extensive research
Subscription In trade. area: 1 )ear. $3.00; ; Outside thought of yesterday's ap water and more cold than even pro- disease resistance and other will be at the Arthur Elliot Farm,
satisfied with our returnsfrom Dr. Marvel has worked
trade area: 1 year, $3.50 pearances. We stand free in any year since 1953. I know I1rOK grams. factors to make it an economical South of Earlton on Highway 200A.
this moment of Truth this crop, we must very closely with him and You will be hearing about
::! this because that is the length crop for livestock. more
being has assumed the
forward to next year responsibility Our these meetJnes.F .
PAGE 8 TELEGHAPII APRIL 30, 1970 farm supply dealers, us-

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Telephone. : 473-4188. Sunday R.. ", .
School. 10'' ta.m; Mornng War i

11.; Training Union. 8:30: ; ,

Evening 'l Worship 7:15: ; Wednesday !0\
I.evening; Prayer, Service : :-

7:30 with choir practice ,
'. 1
Coming: forward, tor baptism : "

tvt the Sunday service on April .f... .,.
19 were Mrs. j. Sparkman. <'" '1' =

Mi 3 Donaa, Sparkman and
Miss Joyce ,. Payne. This Eun
day Mrs Fred Mason became* SAVE q r
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a member: at Hope Church by <,
letter Iran>the First Baptist
At Defuniak Springs, and Miss a : ",

Jo Ann Kuykendall made expression .A "ok. : ,
of rededlcatlon.

The choir of Hope Baptist \ :
Church :was -at Grace; Baptist

Church Friday night to sine I," ,
at revival l eervlces there. '. "... ,.,
All members, former mem ': .
hers and)Mantis ef Hope Baptist
Clwrchare Invited to the

annual Homecoming Day observance

f n Mother's. Day May
10. At Uie. morning service
corsages will ;.be presented to

the oldest and youngest mother %'k \.

DreaeTt, ._tend to the mother ,
with the largest number of [J
children who are present at

the service; large attendance '
Is expected to enjoy the service .
dinner time of fellowship. f ?
The April 27 meeting of the SWIFTS PREMIUM CANN 9

New Life Bible Club. was the
last to .ibe held 'before the

summer recess. The club. will .
resume regular meetings this
fall. r ra

Miss Lisa Carter celebratedher v r
sixth birthday, with a
party -at her home Saturday 1, \

afternoon April 25. The large ., 'ti LB.
group of friends present to
help her observe her birthday
.. .. .. CAN
enjoyed swimming. : games, and .''p .
refreshments of birthday cake iy" EXTR.4'J1. -"
ice cram: and punch.
PERSONALS I II ..... .,.GREEN...... ,.,_STAMPS...M'.... .. ,
I nuswmsI
Air. and Mrs. Merle Facto- I nlMIUM '
ham Jr. and Eric of SaltSpl' i Cennad Nam i
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visited h's parents oooDtn/uMAre '
Rev. and Mrs. Merle Fackham 1'10.12., .".. 'M" ..._n... 0 .. ,, i
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of Palatka visited his parents, '
T-bone Steak sl39 Chuck Roast 69C
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan LB. LB. I I
and their son Percy Jr.
awl family Thursday USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF TOP ROUND OR SIROIN W-D BRAND PURE ((3.Ib.37.891.) ((10.Ib.. $3.69))

dell Mr.and and family Mrs. Walter enjoyed Swin Sunday Sirloin Steak 1B. $129 Gr. Beef 3 ,,5179 ;; fj ,, ; '

afternoon[ at Cowpen Lak:. 1 ;

Mrs. Percy- Sullivan Jr. 'and .r.l;: OSDA CHOICE W-6 BRAND BEE> "I' U 'da"4. lI'ORtDE "A"WD,BRAND: QUICK! FROZEN BAKINO,. < .**. 1: \\I.", ,. .rtr W D, BRAND'u
d Rusty vlst! &d fier' parentJV'Mtf0'and ; nrt t. I tl ,hr ,I : I rq ui 'I 1'1' 'IrT

nt Florahcms"Mrs. Marshall; Saturday Strickland afternoon ," / 'Cli Steak( LB. 79C Hens .*. i; 49 USDA CHOICE BOTTOM ROUNDROAST :. : ,Ia:

' Monday evening[ dinner
-5tof the Sullivan Jrs. <

"were in-law her Mr. and sister Mrs.and brother Elmer- Sh'Id. Roast LB. 99C Rump Roast L8. $129 J i ., f Ta

Ful hum Jr. of Palatka. :'I... \\t

In Tli. Cnnntr JaI1.P's, Court 'Of. Quantity Right R...rvd s
Florida r
llrmlforil County. WINN DIXIE" STOftfS 'INt-C0/+/IGMI' 1970MAXWELL
In re" : Kstate of Fred Thomas
All Persons Interested In, "
Tlii' TJstnte Ot Said. Dwertmt, : SIRLOIN TIPf $
Von are hereby notified that '
.a written Instrument purporting. ; NATURALLY ROAST _..::'i .
to he the last will nnd teatament ,4
of aRid decedent has been .,
admitted to probate In this ? { r AGED -
Court. You are hi>rel>v commanded $
within six calendar month HOUSE ))29
from the date of the first Dab LB. .
llcatlnn of this notice to appearIn ..,..,
this Court and show Pause -" ;
If nnv you can. whY the action ALL GRINDS LB. h'_=- .
of this Court In admitting said .
will to probate. should not 1
stand un revoked.\ Trb fit.i "
/ '
Theron A. Yawn. '
County JuAaa i j \ \
First publication I on April Ktn '
1970.Oeorrs. ):
203-205 H.North Pierce.Temple Avenue .,' rM. / .P'8lt. ., .
Starke.: Florida. / : ;I' 7. .,
Attorney for Petitioner r ,.. ,\. f f0" ..
1.13l 0 ITT { .,; ,
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; aotoaeANtAMU.ta..Jl.l( I Ruftn.

In Of The Urlldfanl Coaintr(Joa"JadRP'e',,, I'lnrlda C..u..t A3TOR ,. '. FANCY CORN . a 10 .IS 69 POTATOES .10 ."<> 89'
In re: KMaie. of Fred ThomasHoRUe.

AH NoticeTo creditors. !dect-aacd.- of Creditors the tstate of ? : COFFEE ..; ...' RED RHUBARB e 2 lal 49' SUNKIST LEMONS . e DOr 49
Fred Thomas Ho ue. deceased VIMI nir .p.Me.och n.l) Ml ACatSfO'lanrfn n.l V
are to hereby file notified any claims and or nulred demands CAN 59C ( FRESH TOMATOES e e a 129< ORANGE JUKE 6 99C
may horsaRNnet
which they !
Le. >lol 711MnMx
the ald County estate Judge In the of Bradford officeof the' FRESH CARROTS . 2 .':. 19e FRENCH FRY POTATOES 2 V0l? $1001LB.
County. Florida.!
Starke. Ho'W- ? nLMuaN.l TAI'IO-IIA
from within the elx date at'calendar of the first mDnlhe Publlcntlon / VALENCIA ORANGES 8 .'- 69eUIOIHMM FISH STICKS . a e :.RO 39cj
of this notice. EncHelalm '' CAN ": CNM BO* */ Dlf(Ch..M.ii ewl

writing or and demand muet must atate be the In ,,f j .:,.?'.. FRESH LETTUCE . 2 "M 39' SAUSAGE PIZZA . ratty 79'
Ilcscaddress.ld..nce the claimant an. 4' '
must be sworn to hv the ol 'M THRIFTY MAIDICE

ant.It his wlllr_an.become. or his void attorney.acooraln i Jr''
> to law. y h h"l': + ., 2 t
April St"K."J1I10. Y P. Hnorue ;
DEN A p', of FOGIIEExeeutrlR the E/fate dec.aa.d.Or << I r, MILKBAKING

Fred Thomas HOlfua.
First publication on April lltn. HALF

170.Grose: H. Plerca
103.205 North Tem"le AranUeatarke GAL.
Attorney for patu'onU (t |..for Limtff 1 with $5 OOor more purchote excluding cigarette; *. BRIQUETTES ||| DARLING HARD

>< NO't"CI'1- e Detergent . :-T K::39C Charcoal .20 a- 88C Oi ."NN.: 2 P: : 39cJA


I Bradford Notice 1> IT: Is Counts Reddish.hereby Florid srlven Sheriff. that un Clorox MAIP 25C ,. Bread 2 L6 I L8. 59C jjtffk. Drinks 7 78.0/. $1)00.ef .

E der and by., wlpExacutlOn virtue of Writ ofxscutlon. 80tt1E5
t.OI the
Issued out of

Foreign for of pursuant Bradford Watklns to Corl a County Final>ormtiont Products.Jud Flerldn_em Ined.nt Fruit= Drink .4 CANS $100 e Bread . .410AVE3: : : $100 Panty Hose .PAIR 79c

CMrenPf .... andeharmou .. ............ .. . .... .. ... .... .. ...... ..... ..
a..aln.t i :r. 'or' r ............. ..... ..... ... .......... . .. .. ....... .. 'P..e
: tLot'17T.e01ewithnar :I r.
with coats of colleptlon. CLIP THESE :: EXTRA : EXTRA ;:I r. EX.-rRA. ;: EX.-rRA.. : EXTRA :

Vesseeelon Have eelied.. he and'ol0"1"have In :,: I I ..zt.! ..w.GREEN.. ,_"_STAMPS... ., .. ,. :' I I .d M.GREEN::,.,, ,_" .STAMPS., M,... ;: I I .d7. .(...GREEN::.!.. ." .STAMPS. .. : I I dN.: ...GREEN::.,.. ,. -STAMPS... .. ,. :i I I .zt...GREEN::.,,, ." STAMPS i
personal property tomlscellaneou COUPONS FOR P ONI'.CIAOt. ...
scribed : J."CO W D" IOUI > UNS' ,
""tu' CatkinlPreducta : +.' HOUAWATMOUSfSauieig. Pisia : d+., Beef Ste>.ke>tfet :: 1+., ASTOS 1+., us WH"lfH'CO' :, '! : GooD rMRU MAra ::1 '! 0..11x11. ,. Sliced Bacon :' 01.. :
of rho above EXTRA STAMPS I..v'!; No. 2 t .,.L'!: OCOO'' ''MAT' I 1:1.i: ;: IdL:: OOOO THRU 'I
_Aa m.d the d."ndent"ro"ert" and t"f.lrao;, ,.1 I Na.l 1 .. .. ,,. .._,.. 'I .. .. v. ..-.? rl\ No. 3 .,.. ; Ne 1 .oooo. .. N,' .MAYJfH. ..... 'l NO. 11 .. .,. .?,,_Mara...... ..
Mender tp: 18th aer, onuld .. ........ . ..... ... ... .. .r, .' . .-.-. .-__... .-. 'n' ..,

1>70. da"at't." the o'clock,1411miew' noon 1 I I EXREXrRA.: :' EX.-RA. : EXTRA I:,: EXTRA'EXTRA. ': :

. Bradford. dw
.for bidder}"'Lis fM' rash In hand w.uM M i N M wM. M .. yM : w xn..n. cww N., .N r ::1 x..a.,, ,,, K ,M w : .: .L::.,., .,.w. w w.r Nn
;drRCrlhed I pro".t ONt'T.71L ::I-; Cur :.11. ONI IDCrrOr ONIA..I IAIotai 71 ..
the abnvr : ptlafl 1 '. AtMS ouo P: > :, ITSOl;'IAT : ]> sonn
the a afonAtA' nEx cutinn' aJ Bon.Ut HamOOOO ; Plnti.ntoCb..a' : Tr.haa.. ::1" 'Ina/anfCo/(..) : ,(j (. OitlnfeclantOOOOTHIWMAT4 : (! Liquid Plumr
Sh rlffBfa4ior4 j THRU MAT. OOOOTMIUMAf t : : OOOD'H.U"'" a '. I OOOO THRU MAT a
P. D Radtlillh. : I-t.!: OOOO tMtu MAf 4 : tC ,: :
County, F/Or 1A/C" Ne.S i No.6.. No. 7. No. 1 1'4. K. Ne. 10 .
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Dated this 18'h day of April IIradford County FI..rldlat of
-- Public Record of Bradford said! road- and 100 D. 1970 at Starke, BradfordCounty. office In the court hnll.
-,- anti alone A. his .. Florl"a.
1 Florida's New Driver County Florida. feet Bast and West and belnit Florida: paid County at Star"" month..
rLAWTEY 1I at puhllo snl I" to the highest in the NW corner of the hove- -16 U lit within alx calend"r flrllt pubelaimn -
; And best bidder for Ofrsh, nt lands and containing tho Ume of the
IBy 1I I II described from
I the door of the office of the three (3) acres more or le.s, domisnd shall Abe In
Renewal oral
License SystemThe Clerk of the Circuit Court at and excluding. therefrom approximately The Conrl of the Conn." theplace
'I I Bradford Countv Courthouse previoualYdeeded Flor. and shall state
i : Ens 1"'cJl.rd the one acre Sadie, Brndford County writing poet ot-
the all "nd
Florida at
In Stnrke. Houston reeidonce
to J'mea >...... of claimant.
hour nf 11:00: a.m., Friday May belnasWuated In Bradford WnIrBel'E.;. of Olive A. Jones flee .ddreee of the the
system for issuing your renewal notice by the first of 8. 1970.! County. Worlds and .hall. be worn to bY attorney -
renewal month must Dated this. 24th day of April. at puhllo sale, to the highest rf'Alf'cSidltar.. And Person.Having claimant hie agent hla ofdemand
Carl prevatt and other relatives Florida driver license is chang- your you the front curb. claim
1970. Demands any
A n bidder for ea"h..t Clnlms or and \ be
CHURCH on SunlfaY.1MI" ing. Driver license renewal by contact your nearest Florida (SEAL) door of the Brsdford.Tounty ABtlnst Bald Eniete t : not aO tiled
United Methodist and daughter mail begins July 1. 1970. You Highway Patrol station or driver Inman D. Green, Clerkof Courthouse In Starke, "''ir.llAbetween Yo\i sml each of you are 'Void.
Lola Parrish Court and 200p :
( O.1I'.lder
Circuit to
11:00 am. .. required
: end Charlen
Sunday School 9:45: ; Worship. of Worthington Spring will not go to the court houseor license office for assistance. nv Ruby V. Williams\ Deputy m.. n the 14th day of May. J.1 Hnotified a"V claims nnd de- Charley O. FoMBr, All admluletrator Olive-
services 11 a.m. and 7:30: l>:1jbs and grand substation for renewal. The If you have moved since your Clerk 1910. uui.iu present wii.vh you or either of> of the ltstato. of
and BuTjiey\ Jenkins & William 'R. Ouen Special MasterDonnld the estate ,Ipr."rd.Firat
MYF 6 Chair practice of Safety last license renewal and have : By: A. may have iiRntnst A..lonee.
p.m.; p.m. visit- Department Highway for Plnlntlff you
Jacksonville 7.
'laughter of Attorneys 1Smith of Olive A. Jones decensed. publication AI'id //t 14
Thursday 7 p.m. The Mrs. A. D. Dobbs and Motor Vehicles Divisionof not notified the Department of Post Office Box 1188 624 rank Building; late of snld County to the
Mr. and
fed! 2nd Avenue S220Z
WSCS met Tuesday evening of flur'-ns: the weekend, Driver Licenses will MAILa the change promptly completethe Oalneavllld.224 Southwest Florida. ckionvlle for, Florida Plaintiff County bulge of Bradford .
form attached and mail to: it 4.30Rotlee Attorney It IS-'
last week at the Church. Home Makers renewal notice to you priorto 4-30
First '!Baptist Sunday School The Lawtey the first day of your renewal THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY .:---
CluB: held their!! meeting! IXTWNTIOV TO
9:45.: Worship Services: 11 am. month. NAVE
show at the Agricultural Is hereby elven that BTOIITKH FICTITIOUS
and 7:30: p.m., Training Union Harke last Thurs- To receive your driver license VEHICLES. DRIVER LICENSE the Final Judn- Notice ,is hereby given thnt SCOTT'SMobile
Building!\ : in KIRKMAN BUILDING ment entered numbered G5 09.
DIVISION. In cause
6:30: p.m Midweek services s renewal notice the Departmentmust pursuant Stntutes e1965.tthe un-
attending: were Mrs.b. Court of
Those Clreuir
day. FLORIDA 714 In the Florida.
Wednesday 7:30 p.m have your correct address. TALLAHASSEE. I Florida, I Intend to register the
T. V. Dick, Bradford' County derslitned
: A Janes, Mrs. &
Should fail to receive your 32304. the property sltuatjaIn fictitious name of
Church of God Sunday you wll sell theClerk
Wa'nwright.! Mrs.Warty Florida < Salon
Mrs. T. L. Bradford County Country BeautY i
School 10 a.m. Worship eer-" Dot of the Circuit Court In SalesSLASH
Kau'kner, Mrs. described n. Home
of Florida
SW" County
of the nriidford
vices: n a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Stephens, Mlis Enza Blanch- r-- ICE--- the That SEH portion of the 1"0" of !Section and, for for the purpose of on rair- .
YPE Thursday 7::=0. fcrd M>s. Jhn Tye Mrs. Rose CHANGE OF ADDRESS NO I II 23. Township 6 South, log In bnslnc under' St.""'!Starke.Bradford nnme.
I Ivlnir on theF.nnt Court
Sunday 28 East. 120 S.
Highland Baptist Faulk- Range at Florida.
CWcParland: Mrj. J. H. Ida of KlnlCMI..v T.nkoRoad County
school 9:45: a.m.. Worship services her and Mrs:' R. E. Lee. I INSTRUCTIONS: Please print or type name as shown : and excentln fund tnererrom!Soiitli' Mrs I* Mrs S ',Ma"111 lam.!Sue' Henley.Starlce. Starko.
: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Prayer Eunice and daughter Print address below I II a lot ion feet North lands., Fla. and' ..
Mrs J. H, I on your driver license. your new on the West fide of said .1"owner.
meeting Thursday 7 p.m. visiting Mr. and Mrs and code. However if I II
choir practice. were I listing your street, city zip .....................
followed 'by S. Harris in Maxvills on Sat- you receive mail through a Post Office Box, General) I :-............... .
mrd! y.Mi's.. I Delivery or Rural Route you may use that mailing .
PERSONALSWe Selma Eunice is visiting ( address if you also list the location of your home. I II .. .

regret to mte that Mrs. her: daughter and family! I II ( 'i.... )MQIWe&Zs
Dr.) .
E. Magnolia
Brown Is ill at home.he Mr. and Mrs. T, L. Barry' In I Examples: P. 0. Box 13 ((1 mi. on ; .
John 1 34 ((3 mi. W. Blountstown on SR-20)) .
appreciate the prayers JacKsanvills.\ I RFD t. Box ; I II
will Mr. and! Mrs. Charley Stein- General Delivery (Corner of Dade St. and Orange /
of her friend: I /
regret to learn hou"er spent Sunday afternoon: Avenue). ,..
Friends: will 11.n s >nne r'sa
that Mrs. Lillie ZoucXer: who "With\ Mr. and Mrs O. J. Anders I Name___ I I I \P I Ii

lives with her brother, Frank / and Mr. a.nd Mrs. James I FIRST MIDDLE. OR MAIDEN. ., LAST I i

Cruse, and family is in University Anders and family of Palatka Date of ,/

Medical Care Center In *Were ,Saturday afternoon visitors Birth____ I

Gainesville where!! she recentlyhad MONTH DAY YEAR I IcQ

one leg amputated. Her M>'s. Terrell Smith and: children I Driver License Number a

friends will remember her in of Jacksonville spent Monday i i.t
New Mailing
and Mrs MelsonPrlvott. I rulYm,
their prayers. with Mr. Address___ I ( iSIZFS LIVING COSTS
Mr. and Mrs. RcUsrt E. Lee I HOUSE NUMBER & STREET )

and:! son John spent a recent Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Roberts -- : 6 to 20 I:
Lee's sister and:! family of Jacksonville -- -- .
Sunday visiting :Mr. Beautiful Mobile Home Now

and family Mr. and Mrs. find", Mr. and Mrs H. T. Flan- I City_________ ---- Zip_______ I Buy a
Larry DuBoe. As they!! returned : _
L .
another sister afternoon visitors of _ - - .
:I they visited .
and family. Mr. and:! Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye and:! ot Bradford County. Florida,, on Our Law Ol'erherd Means Savings For You!
!.. Th. Clrrnlt Court Ot T i. March 25, 1070. as amended on )
Robert English and Mr. .Lee'smother tarn. Klvhtli "..,111'1111 Circuit Of April 22. 1970. I will Hell tho : 3952: St. Johns Av. (by the Commander Apts. : 961-6657 U. S. 301 North
in great event on Sun- Urn.lford) situated In Bradford!
Atlanta, Mrs.Ca.Spsndlns Clemmie Lee day It when was! a the family gathered County.1'lo.ldn.Mary In Ellaabrth Ai-tlun And For Cm>lie.... T34 Plain-: County properly.lot Two, ((2)ilIlnckeUrofnDole- .......................................... ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKEt

some! time with At the home of Mr.: and Mrs tilt vs.. Andrew llutson Craig wood Subdivision of a portion
are P. Moon ta help Mr. Moore Dofontlnnt. of the "Southwest Quarter (SW for your own TA
swanbcm W. !
Dorothy 8.
Miss NOTICE OF SUIT!' >/,) of Section 21. Township HOME -
her aunt and cousin MI'!'!. Mar Cerebrate!:> his birthday: annlvsrfary. !! TO: Andrew Hut son Craig South Range 22. East according TRADE AT community} progress t al r

tin Peterson and Ran:> Martin A special birthday dinner aiovervllle.Defendant R.General C.: Delivery, Plat to the nook plat 3. thereof Page 8.recordedIn of the
r'ecan\ :! everyone enJoyed Craig w w www w_----------------------- -
of Chicago Ill. as !! You Andrew Hut son r'I r ----
John Wright of Tamp'spent being: together for th3 are hereby notified that a
Mrs. :> Complaint for Divorce has !been iI
the first week with Mr. day. Those taking part were filed aKalnat. you and you. are i
Charles Shuford.Mr. Mr. and Mrs!' T. L, Casey and required to serve a written LAMB HASH 61021N
and Mrs. other /ROM ( ZEALAND
Answer or ;
and Mrs. George: Tribe Children: of Starke, Mrs. C. B. copy defensive of your pleading, of any, to i I

have leturnsd to their ;home Andrews and Dabble: of Wild- It on the Plnlntlff'i 200 i FRESH I I SALE!! I 1

In Minden Ontario. Canadafor \\0\0:1.: Mr. and Mrs: J. W. Philip Northeast Barton Klist Street Hninea.villa i
and Jim- and run the original FOODFAIR
the summer. Thomas and family Florida with the Clerk of the i LOIN LAMB A
Mrs. Garah Herman Mrs. nie Moore of L'.vs! Oak and above ntyled Court on or lipforathe Be

Leila Peevy and Mrs. Aline >'trs. Danny Thompson:> an'1Pew I8th dar of bray 1970 will: It I CHOPS 1 1I

Brown of Orlando were visit- .son Kevin cf Jackson you b.. entered fall to do niralnst fa. Ju'lament'you for the ... '

ing Mrs. John Brown, Mrs. ville.\ This was Kevin's first relief demanded' In the Com- I LAMB CHOPS ..:::::.\. 69* i

Paul Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Visit with hU grandparents. plaint.Witness rnv hnnd and the COdS I II
seat of said Court on April 7. FRYERS I I LEG'O LAMB..: ... u79!

1970.SEAL) 1 1 .Qu. cur

Clerk Inman Circuit D. Green Court. Bradford I 11 LAMB RO ST..:: :' :.L.49
,Hy, Beulah M. bloody 1 i
Deputy Clerk i
Law Office Of rtillln Barton CHUCK

Attorney 200 Northeast for. Plnlntlff First Street I I I 1

Business Gainesville. Florida 32601f4 I 1
Directory 4. 18 U 5.T l FLORIDA when Savings Count

__ --f-AU!! .*iW. .ii' .(" I .." r :" 1 1 RQ, A.ST .
q., ,,, .o''''' ., .o, "laThe.Cou.t" Jndce'a Court.Of GRADE /f" "' : 1 I COUNT ON US! i iSJJ it
itJt Mni.lfofrt" Count. ;itgelda JameaAustlnBrll. 3."$(;; t I ,.. i 9c .
In re: Estate of
All creditors or the estate of WHOLE I WEDNESDAY MAY 6th. I

BRASINGTON Johnson & Fan's, Inc. James hereby AuHlln notified and Bell required III. are to SAVE 10(i LB I 58 I Quantity, rightt reserved. 1I
ilenmnd .
CUJriXAC OLDSMOBHJBSALES file lily claim or have airMnst. W I is
they irmr
which .
A 8ERVICKf the estate In the offlre of the
/ **ie < Selection *f Vied Can Florida. In the conrthoiisuat
Tskra Oa Ci..UUe 'TrasV FERTILIZERS BtaiUe. Fiori..... within date.six AZALIA AZALIA
from tlm
tOOt N... llth T*. 17S-U ws Rent" VerilltaerUs Spreads of culondnr tho firm monthii publication of this COUNTRY STTll & Eat Variety Pak
demand Heat
N.W. Aft Ph. ST8-MT notice. Bitch, lnlm or SHOULDERSTEAK
t. In writing; and must '
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA -.. mate the pluce of residence nodnnttnndlcmust
clalm- .
begewortn to liy
GiASsLIDDELL the claimant hi". agent or his 1OozPKG ;
ftltornev. or It will become void '
accord IIIK to law r s ann
4 wheel drlr Lad oars April Klh. 1910.nell .Tr. r s.iwlcl

Bftlef!! Pirta Serrte Class Company James JAMES Au AUSTIN tln : BEIA JR.
Clean Used Toyotas Administrator. of the Entate,I."a.d.1.'lnt .
Austin Bell. III.
1TOO N. Main 3'UI-1288 ('OI s. For Every Purpose"TVonta Janine publcatlon on April 16.

btore Mirrors 19111.
George H. Pierce
VARHEYLLincoln Yhh :1nclO1u1'f'S-Showere:!: 203.205 North Temnl 32091 Avenue *S1T M1I MMMISf S LISTERINE VITALISHAIR ALKA

>\I'\1rn1ture' Tops Claaa Be. "Starke. Florida FREEZERQUEEN

Mercury placed Attorney for-Yetittun4.18 U 5-T ANTISEPTIC WASH TONIC SELTZER

TNMU tMKw tcci t
N. Main Galn *vllle NEW LOCATION
22U Kl h hJudicial
la The Clrrnlt Court. "
.371-4251 Ins So. Main Gainesville Clri-ult., And Fvrllrii 2 99
372S1SI9S! : .lt.>r"l ttnliit), rlorlJn.Cu BTLW
'! Home I -... ; .. >u. TinUulii
iii ir.lIm UioulUiiKS and FrankUrookhiKH. !
Of 111.1IUNC: AID her" husband. I'liiin-.
-- tlffs. vs. Kiiriy: U. Uuuniuu. vt

tlrnvq'-Cougar-Cop9lnental. t C anesuQQe( ( caJeOltlng( al. ut hull. For Partition
Murk HI-Enrt.!h Ford I In TheNumo:; Of The I tilotBOf _FIAVORKIST
Florida: AON IK'S KIMO COll WMOll
C1eanP9t; Used Oars AvaUtabl* LAid Co. Tu the 1J0t..ndantRIZ"lIa : KLEENEX ,
( tire," IIlank"n hlp. Vlr- Breakfast WHITEPOTATOES
Auto !SnV' and Service lOll Ulunkt'nuhip. L.ella Dunn, POTATO FACIALTISSUE _
AeaMng Tests Wesley II Dunn Perry Thomas
I Leon Johnson Jo 1:111l:: l Happ CREAM
Batteries Alice Sapp. Johnny bapp and 1 CHIPS '
SHERMETAAUTO 11 Aceeianrles! James Hupp.: It alive' or Ifdead 29ox
his or her unknown
IMPORTS. Repair Service heirs: > ,to and dpvl.nil.....other legatees persons or .tcrantei orparties 4/l I n 4/l CAN

Custom Fitted Aids claiming by. through.
Rearing And to:
FACTORY AUTHORIZED umler or uKUtnsi them: _

1116 >E. University Ave GaJnev All or 1..fl Ialtn.1tor;: any perilous right: ,title having orInterest
VOLVO MG In and to the follow- I CRISP CIllOCARROTS I .. I I
FIAT "moP 371OO11M / log described properly" -suuateu I .eUH flRM Him I _4) w.APPID 11"' ,11II x
TRIUMPH Flor- re h 'L 1
ROVER N'S Ida 1 1
SALES ft SERVICE: --'WEAR Township W'i of 6 N1vtl Booth of Rinije Section; li I I !! SWEET GOLDENCORN 1 eg SANDWICH SLICED

sad E. UnfrrnirT- Gainesville! I STAG 'N DRAG East.notified You. and that a each milt of to partitionthe you are .I Giant 1 1/2/ IbBREAD I

:+n-n: griffin Salt been above filed described nirnlnst you property and }"'/ II 7 ; o:G 10c __.....
i Arrow Shirt.Tlonbela" Sk_ are required to lI"ra I II
n.ltnh' Acndemv you answer to the --------- I
formal Rentals copy of your at- ---w----w-- -- l
on the "ll\lntlft'a ; I
l,iiUra Sp rtvear complaint torney. Terry K David. 200 I Al'ru.rost U.S. NO. 1WHITE I I

POWELL'S 2 $f O'R1-IJ!:" W. VNIVKKSITTr.AIVESVTLLE North Florida Marion and Street file the Lake original 1 IATINO OR COOKING I I I
/nd MALL City. In the office of the Clerk I 'j'jI

Beauty Academy MOORTLE HOMESrcrr of fore the June Circuit 6. Court 1970: on otherwisethe or beg APPLES I POTATOES') 1 2/49

of the com _
Learn a. Profeuton In Tour ,,}- mint will allegations!be taken as. confesCThls I 1'""ti 'll 45< 10 65 < I 6 < I I

Spare Time. Full\ or Part Time notice. shell\ be. published : LB BAG 1 EAR I I
1 I
9 N.W. llIth .175.2766ELECTRIC once each See" fur tour I 1
BALDWIN cutlv wefkIn, the Bradford I I
MOTORS County Telegraph. ot April
Dated turn

ELECTRICMotor 'IANOS.0"* TW OTCANS0OtCI Aa'11In'4iMaM 197' lumen. D. Qreen Court ONtaui JUNI or ratSH (Pantry (Pride PRUNE APPLE
of Circuit
Repair Co. MUSKe.o'm. [ Bradford BY Beulnh County. M. Moody Florida. KOSHERDILLS FRUITCOCKTAIL JUICE S3 PIES

Deputy Clerk .-30'4t S.U r SUNSWIIT BRAND -IM OMIT AMU r tHAI

Ot OainesrrUl. Inc. Shepptnt Ctr. m-sasa HAL* __ _f_*
Repairing Rewinding 1Ii0TIC'F. OF IHLF1 3/l GALLON 17 oz. canS
New sad Used -.. Notice Is hereby" given that for
tan N. w. lUll rh.< -MOVERS pursuant Foreclosure to Final entered Judgmentfor In Case

Number 617 In the Circuit Court

Farm and Industrial 01Loeg Dbta"e. M vtsg ---- ----
Equlpaieat % Stone Packing


Santa Fe Tractor Free Eitlmate CallHILL'S irtyN1 ICE TEAGLASSES JUICE SHOI-STRINC


ranD Tractor- Implement IAUNDRV DITiaCINI .. $ ___
I't J
CBZO: XQT7XPUSNT: Van Service, Inc. OO '

4488 N. W. 6th 318.2348G.INES1LLE. 3.0 V.E. WaUo R4. O'vtU. m

FLA. t J124ZUL .

'PAGE 10 TELEGUAfH APRIL 30, 1970 -


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---- .WY'....-.,"r r...-w-_Wy'IrExtra1neome........
- - .. -

Deals Should) Be areas of Bradford County; destroying
Careless Fires Cost Tax Dollars; and costing 99 acres the landowners of forest )land and, 0

Investigated Before the public the expense of having SAVE
Investing! Public Urged To Use Caution them extinguished.Who .
Be careful when considering *j to call when you're plan-
spending money for "extra Income" money are tempted by these moneymaking ning to do some burning? The SOLES
The Florida Forest Serviceis saved.
schemes schemes. Florida Forest Service fire dis
Agriculture Commissionerof Bishop pointed out that a num- a "sl greatly concerned with the Remember: all expenses of 964-5436.Notify him any IN THE
this Doyle Conner ber of legitimate operators are "careless fire" problem In the the Forest Service are paid by patchyou are going to burn or
warned said week. engaged In soliciting Individuals Hellbronn Springs Lawtey, and you with your tax dollars. if you spot a wildfire anywhere. WANTflfiS '
Conner the Florida
Department part-time Lincoln City areas. Always check with the fire Your help and cooperation will
Services of Agriculture and Con there are also many"fast-buckbut Fires set carelessly and left dispatcher for latest Informationon be greatly appreciated. 1 1Don't
sumer has received operators whose profit comes unattended are a growing prob- burning conditions. A simple
numerous complaints regarding from selling their merchandise lem, according to the Forest telephone call can save possible
advertisements which promote to the victim at highly Inflated Service, and are dangerous to court action, fine, or imprison-
big profits with little or no work Prices and then not living up to homes and forest lands. There ment If you are found guilty; CHOP..
Involved. their promises to aid the pur are a few simple steps the pub- of allowing a fire to escape and
"These should be carefully chaser In making his profit. lic can take to prevent such damage homes or forest land. DIG PULL
checked out because the claims "Consumers are urged to check 0mrw fires from costing needless tax Always be sure you have e-
might prove to be invalid" he out any money making scheme dollars and property; loss. nough men and equipment to keep .BLAST!Iur
said. carefully to see If the merchan- Always contact the local For- the fire under control. Be sure
Robert J. Bishop, director of dise Involved Is actually In demand est Service fire dispatcher before to clear around the fire area PUI srUM CcRf -
the department's Division Con and whether or not it can starting a fire of any kind. and try to start burning by midmorning REMOVE THEM INttitNSIVtUr' ..
sumer Services, said that many be sold at the prices quoted This lets the Florida Forest Service and complete by dark. FREE ESTIMATESCALL
complaints are from people who by the seller. Compare the qua Phillips Retires As ManagerOf know that the smoke seen Make a check with the fire dispatcher :
have Invested sums of money lity; with other products In the from the lookout towers is nota to make sure no dras- 376-1766 '
In various types; of "extra Income" same price range before makIng wild fire, so* the expense tic change in wind or weatherIs G ''* M9 *
enterprises."The a decision," Bishop said. V/inn-DixieMter/ 25 YearsI. of sending a fire crew expected. SAPP'S,TRIE SUM EONS
products Involved often Also, one should ask questIons to check the smoke will be So far this year there have
will not sell, and the consumer such as how will the mer- been 15 careless fires in these
may be stuck with a large
quantify chandise be delivered
after It
of undeslreable] or defective A. Davis (right) Gainesville The store '
Is purchased what was located In the
; records must Serb i inr Florida
merchandise, Bishop area supervisor of Wtnn-!
said. be kept; and do you have to signa Green Building on W. Call
Since 1 19.10r''l !);
The prospective customer's attention contract DIXie, presents 25-year service Street when Mr. Phillips first M4 r r
Is usually drawn by ad- One pin to Ernest Phillips who retired ''became
should also ask the com- manager and had approximately w '
vertistments offering a high return pany for a list of distributors this week after serving eight employees.It Come See Usl e lorida i't,,11r i ieelLng oervlce, ffn&
of profits and requiring onlya In the area, and If such a list as manager of the Starke store now occupies expanded quar- .. ... i
few hours work he said, "and Is available go and talk to those since 1945. ters in SLarke Plaza, and has Va I T"r1 D."swr -
many people who have spare time people about their work. If the 25 employees. 4r a. ate' rift' We make loan for Fd'ai'i, 1'l'
on their hands and need extra won't Mr; Phillips Is succeeded as lit I
company give out a list presenting the pin. Mr. any worthwhile purpose
manager! by Luke Ervin (left) Davis expressed appreciationto l J-i 1 Mrs. Carolyn Cordially
who has been transferred tolSt.a.rke Mr. Phillips lor his many ; t Eaves
after serving as manager years of loyal service and to $25 to $600DO Representative Welcomes
WHY PAY MORE of the High Springs Wina. the customers for their tinepal.rollage
I'h. !)BlH12
Dixie for the past five years.of over the :years. YOU HAVE You and Your
122 N. Hay SI. Family (to Your
Too many paymentsto Starke New Home

WHEN YOU CAN distributors, you should be hide a 1970 GMC pickup! was make
suspicious Bishop said. driven by Oaldena Meisles:!
Consumers who have com- Munaz of Brownvllle Texas. Too many bills to The State of FloridaIt
plaints about this type; schemeor ?
BUY FOR LESS other consumer problems Two horses were Injured '- pay Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and
should contact the Department of when the trailer In which they -Too many taxes To Aquaint You With Your City.If .
Agriculture and Consumer Ser- were being transported! pulled r\ i
vices In The Capitol, Tallahassee. loose from a 196S Chevrolet coming due
you are new in the area, a phone
driven by Gerald R. Thlupen.
30" MODERN COOKING of Ra'lord, and went into a Let Us Help With Your M' ney ('1'11111) bring you a prompt visit
$1885 Damages ditch turning over. The accident -
occurred last Saturday:!' Problems from soar local ho-,less. "''ellse'e
MACHINE Reported night. 4.8 miles west of Stark
on SR 16. TOWN FINANCE CO her a, rail! She has maps and many
AU four accidents were re- :
MAGIC 4 ported by Trooper S. P. Bur 22ft N. Temple Phone 964-7449< free ()and. wonderful gifts! for you
51-;? CHEF nett. from local' businesses.

Y highway accidents dur-
ing the week: brought $1,885 in
JH GAS RANGE property damage to vehicles
Involved, but no personal:: In-

juries to occupants of the cars.
-I --. '_ ,. .:.-J Right In The Heart
rr Larry Harper of Griffis
.....--_ g...!.,) Loop. Route 1, a recently returned Of Starke
"J', ,. : Vietnam veteran luck-
0 -o ''rvI '' ily escaped when he lost control Across From Theatre
\. of a l3 Dodge two miss NOT 1COVER
north of Johns
Hampton on
I "iL.. -- N>_. ..-. .,.... ....\..\. Road last Thursday night. The fa.>'all'l SkiS EClotKtix9Se1
... driver said a tire on the car
-': I 110 W.fJlu tt. STAaKE.b
r-r.- blew out, causing it to slide into -
III j ditch and turn over. The
z.j\ } I car which Harper was buying
''' .- .... /
from his parents wag
j .., "t' ." f" I. T
; at' $800.:

H j. '-- '- J A 1958 Ford pickup, property 3OOOO PIECES

o' the City of Stn ke, received
'-- $300 damage in a collision
.. ..... .-

I, rt.- J miles last Charles Thursday west Torode of S.nrke afternoon city: : on employee SR 16.1.7 OF QUALITY FAMILY shoes and aotMngAT

J -V01- <:,...... and driver! cf the truck attempted
--- to make a left turn roRIWloe v
Into a private: driveway while R, SACRIFICE P R I CES uHUI CUTS
Completely AutomaticNo another car driven by Robert
Charles Long, Gainesville student -

Choice of Colors Matches-- Clock Needed and Timer Both,cars was were attempting traveling to west.pass. Iu. C i TO THE PUBLIC WiTtllHTrtC MeT"NiUE OAYgAMOUS "

Long applied: brakes and skid-
ded OG feet striking! the city: NAME BRAND Life\ : W/wcft/ SNOCSAStot00TS. nieocrs.5AiioY Mectu LOFERS.OjtROQ06. AEEYAi ipiS.
pickup. and continuing Irto
FOR ONLY a ditch. The!! driver showed no WARN STEP. 'ED6IUL.\&KE .(ha.369.CAM S STPPNENS.Sroereao'.S irt.JAOY f JAIR..WACTA.DSAUWWW8&/> tic5ARTSi
visible Injuries but his car
had $500:; damages.

Torode was charges with
199'SLADE "Improper turn from direct 7H '
course" and no driver's li-

cense. ARP ARtY ON' WST6M lb OrNERS Ccwlt s ri, FM

Minor damage and:. no personal
injuries were reportedIn t ears BOOTS net sjr -SF *
a collision as two cars 4t1r oAf Boors To/tt3tn. )\El 100VALUeTi LAOIE80RESd'arr.x .
were backing: out from parked 4l5.UMOIT
positions at Buck's Grocery 17_ >
DAYS Au S/iffs Jix/CoLoffS
north of Starke. last Saturday i
GAS AND APPLIANCES afternoon. Laurie Ardley, of orE GAmr ra.ler OrIE iRWP cAr>/ouQEf, .88?*

Starke the driver of one car hat_* floors'_ .
fleE GI1011P!ZSS o01
involved was chargedwith! no ko eau fWteEt1TSkSt _
332 W. Madison SI: Phone 964-7701 driver's license. The other ve- S. OgiGROUP.To4lg.Olet NEOIE S4

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check for $ 2791 C ant 9ee fan foumti.f f S 0 I
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It takes only a few moments to open a THEJL Is Ho Possuit WAY To LIST THE THOUSANDS* FANTASTIC &AaGAINS..U.Dn,. THIS. OLD I RDQE: ITS &asnMa AT
No red
: personal checking account with us. tape.
No complicated questions. No delay. You'll get a THe SeAMS WITH auAun.Men'sWDMCNS> MD CUILDRENS!&meg AA+oCOTiIiga'YavCgwrRE. .' f If$1l8I'WtU 1h8.MEllt .
S big kick out of writing your own checks, and of
knowing that each check is an automatic receipt.It's .
the best way to organize your finances. 'LlAsP AKNJ maA1FS' U\0if1M! McuLi CAPS A.J HATS G/WAH/ S OCfa EvtBYnut0R fW1BFW.', P frs.nlclod

Come in today and get started. ; q7Au.SittSAalSTdau4 AlA MATS .... Cuff 190*m VAUJ. T'o&b" ALLZLMFPS. .RlrmAat
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Funeral services for Michael t f/Iikf rJ1Qgf Iji1flti C'rf1 .

Marine Private First Class PFC Dallas R. Crawford Jr., Sapp, 22, who died Friday Apr. t
24. were held at 3:30 Sun-
Ronald S. Smith : p.m.
son of Mr. 18, whose parents live In Law- In
day the Raiford Baptist Church
and Mrs. William
M. Smith of tcy, has been assigned as a me- with burial In Saoo Cemetery.
822 W. Pratt St., Starke, was chanic with the 5th Infantry He Is survived his
by parents,
promoted to his present rank Division (Mechanized) in Viet-
Mr. and Mrs.
while serving at Marine Corps nam. His wife, Sharon, lives in Herman Sapp of EVERGREEN BAPTIST FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday
Recruit Depot, Parris Island Green Cove Springs. Highway 125 Northwestof Law- BETHEL CHURCH 9:45 Morn-
School : a.m.
Josephine Sapp, Sunday: Bible Study a.m.;
C. Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn-
tey. Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth
both of Gainesville; and his 1404 E, Bessent Road Morning Worship and Communion -
Ing Worship Evening
Petty Officer 2nd Class Don- grandmothers Mrs. Myrtle Sapp SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. Ing Worship 11:15.: Sunday Night Service 11 a.m. Evening ser- a.m.; Fellowship. 6 pjn. Choir Prac-
Navy Steward Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer
Apprentice Ro- ;
Service, 6:30-Rev.: () RL Bennett tice Wednesday 8
ger E. Padgett son of Mr. and ald L. Rowen, husband of the and Mrs. Lessie Barnett, both Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacra- pastor. vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. -Rev. Robert D. Burch
former Harriet E. Bennett of of Raiford. ment 6 p.m. Worship service
Mrs Earlie Padgett of Lawtey, J.C. Saunders, pastor.
is Starke, Is now serving aboardthe MondayMia 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell.
now serving at the U.S. Nav- GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
al Air Station, Pensacola,Flo- guided missile cruiser USS TuesdayPrimary: 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Highway 100-A
Albany home-ported at May- Company B, 2nd Battalion of WednesdayRelief Society,
rida School 10 Morn- Sunday9:45 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
7:30 Sunday a.m. : Sunday
port. the 4Ui infantry,entered the : p.m.Dean HA P.T.ON.CHRISTIAN CHURCH(
in May 1969 and Army Hansen Pranch President Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Pre- School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- Ing Worship, 11. Training Union,
Sergeant Robinson W. Hick- training at completed basic Services (Booster Band, Young Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ship, 6 p.m. Training Union 7 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8.
Ft. Jackson
man Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Airman 1st Class Jimmie N. The reenlistment S.C. People, and Prayer Service), 6 ing Worship II a.m. Evening p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8
Robinson Hickman Sr., Perkin- Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Feb. 1.Robert 1. took place JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Worship, -James Shaw pas- Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser- p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy,pastor.
ston, Miss., has received the Nelson Moore of Starke, has BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Midweek Service, Wednesday, tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday
U.S. Air Force CommendationMedal arrived for dutyatMcGuire, 301 North, behind Tas- 7:30: p.m. E.R. Bowers, D.D., night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
N.J. lie is serving as a security L. Clarke, son of Mrs. Sunday School 9:30 Training
for meritorious service tee Freez Drive In, Sunday pastar. BROOKER ;
unit of Ophelia Townsley Route 1 I. BAPTIST CHURCH
policeman with a Union 10:15 Morning Wor-
while assigned at Can Tho( School], 10 a.m. Worship Ser- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH a.m.;
Airlift Command Starke, was promoted to Army BROOKER, FLA.
the Military ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship
vice 11 and 7 Prayer
Vietnam. which provides global airlift for( sergeant while serving with the a.m. p.m. Rev. Jim Temple pastor Sun- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; 7 Prayer Meeting 7:30
llickman,a radio operator Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH p.m.;
Sergeant 11 Eve-
U.S. military forces. A1967 grad- 2nd Logistical Command in day School, 10 a.m. Ron'Bris- Morning Worship. a.m.;
is now at Keesler AI-B, (Highway 100 at Theressa) tol, ning Worship 7pm. Wed. Prayer
Okinawa.Administrative Superintendent. -
uate of BUS, Airman Moore pre- Machinato, day.Leroy Training ; Pastor Rev. Robert West.
with the 2052nd Com- Olive, pastor E.L. Sunday School- 10 a.m., Morn-
Miss. viously served in Vietnam. clerk with Union, 6:45 p.m. Lowell Doug- Meeting and Bible Study, 7
munications Squadron a unit Griffis, associate pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training las Book of Psalms.
Company A of the command's Director. Worship Services. p.m. Study on !NEW RIVER BAPTIST
of the Air Force Communications Supply Battalion, he entered the Union6:30: p.m.; Evening Wor- 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone
Sunday School, 10) a.m. Morn-
Service which provides Navy Ensign Donald R. Thompson DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15: p.m.Wednesday music
Army in March 1968 and com- director. Welcome.
global communications and air son of Mr and Mrs. Wm.B. BROOKER : Night Prayer Ser- Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training
pleted basic training at Ft.
traffic control for the USAF. Thompson of Starke, has com- ning, Ga. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship
The sergeant a 1964 gradu- pleted the first phase of flight The 26-year-old soldier is a ship Services, 11 a.m. and '' Packham pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
School, Wiggins training at the Pensacola Naval Training Union 6 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
ate of Stone High 1966 graudate of Florida Mem- p.m. p.m.- CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 Sunday Service: Sunday School,
Miss., attended Missis- Air St.1 li on. The 16 weeks of orial College in Miami, wherehe Hev. Lacy Conway: pastor. Sunday School. 9:45amMorn- 9:45: a.m. MorningWorship,10:45a.m. -LL. Parker pastor. .
sippi Gulf Coast Junior Col- training included intensive studyin GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Service, 7:15 p.m.
received a bachelor of science Ing Worship, 11. Training Union CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
lege. air navigation, meteorology, degree. CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 6:30: Evening Service Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30() Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
Gloria is the daughter electronic warfare, and related Clair St., Starke. II and 7 p.m. :
N. St. Worship
His wife, His wife, Ada is with him 422 a.m. p.m. Midweek Prayer Service 7:30. p.m. Ing Worship, II. Training Union.
of Mr and Mrs. Maxie Wilkinson subjects. This is the first step on Okinawa. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor: -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.:
Lawtey. toward earning the "wings" ofa The promotion was made Feb. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.
Naval Flight Officer -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor. ..
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som, son of Mr. and Mrs E.W Private Huey C. Cowart, 18, FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ,
Newsom of Route 1, Starke returned son of Mr. and Mrs. CharlieC. rl II OF STARKE I t
to Long Beach, Calif., Cowart Route 2 Starke West Weldon St. and Raiford II
aboard the amphibious assault enlisted for, three years, in, re-the NEW BOOKS Road I ww In all ways of life, keep t

ship USS Durham after helpingto Regular Army while serving with Sunday School: 10:00 a.m.11:00 .; him swinging In the proper
transport Marine units and the 4th Infantry at Ft. Campbell AT THE LIBRARY a.m. C.A. Services: 7:00: p.m. ,.
equipment from Vietnam to new Evangelistic Services
duty assignments in the Pacific Pvt. Cowart. a wireman In r Wednesday: No Mid-Week
and the U.S. Service. :
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ADULT FICTION Pastor: T.E. Gilly .. f.
Death In Willow PatternBurley hi:' ..
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; The Colors Of VaudBryher SMYRNA MISSIONARY i '
; Jim Kane--Brown; LoveSto- BAPTIST CHURCH ,... I

REVIVAL ry--Segal; Green Grow The 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- b ,,. ,. H.AYHU.I., I in\ I'.muluru-.x' in th,' -i>iinn.
Graves--Chaber; The Garlic vices: Sunday School, ]10 a.m. I
Tree--Geld; The Swift Runner Preaching 11 a.m. Training I anti, summer, Tin-: i i- a linir that |>;"nintami,

O'ltourke; The Names's Death, Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- '' culcht'., alike. ., t
Remember Me? Forbes The '" ; riirruir.iuc" : the 1.l1"t. t to \\ill'';
-- ; welcome. -,
ship, 7 p.m. Everyone I "- ..1
Women Of Peasenhall--White; -Elder A.G. Flynn pastor tinli-M tin- kill i- in tinMnki'inif. .for. in tlio t
Trcasure--Hotchner The Flight I
Laura Baptist ChurchN. Of The Eagle--Sundman; ; Great CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS[ i early ."'iu. nf.. |php'iau il"1 LMIIH-, the !tctiilfiuy, t

Lion Of God--Caldwell; King CHURCH I i ito. ""u\ IIIJT at\ \1'1'\I,' |I'ill'it. This Imlili. tint in nil t tII"
PTARKE OFF U. S. 301 Oil--Catto. Sunday Scholl 9:45: a.m.,Morn- '
Ing Worship 11 a.m., Youth Ser- I ....,. lifo so.. it !I" III' to.. ui-ii-r" and, nlilcr. lu<.i
May 3rd Thru May 10th ADULT At Home NONFICTIONBe In Europe--Simon vice 7 p.m.5:30: p.m.. Evening Worship, I / 'epWllr, train" and\ 1 enrollcairo him in the lietter' tliiniri.niitiKiiiir I

; Ivory--Wills;Lines ScribbledOn Thursday night Prayer Meet- III'|> a\ shill\ i i, -eiiniH, m.iltpr: lull. all]
An Envelope--L'Engle; Your .... .
ing 7:30 p.m.Ivy Luke Pastor '
ran use hvlp' Let the ilitiiili .
SERVICES Career In Physical Therapy-- .pt help' jmi to teach
Darby; The Moonlighter's Manual NORTIISIDE BAPTIST him the tight WII\-, .
7:30 --LeBlanc; The Family Decorates CHURCH ,

A Home--Varney; Gar- Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: ; I 'i''r.l! ,:"ElNiyft \
dens Under Glass--Kramer; Sunday School II. Sunday Eve- \ I
) 4 Q
Twenty Cases Suggestive Of Re-
ning Worship 6 .
p.m. Training ::: <:s:
Dinner On The Grounds Incarnation--Stevenson; One Man Union 7:30. .... 'D: ._.._ .,
Sunday, May 10 Alone-Richard Nixon--DeTole- ThursdayTeachers and Of- :>_'" :>_':. T.:>
.. IJ.I
dano) The Wild, Wild West-- ficers Meeting, 6:30. Prayer
\II'aucf'l' ; IJ'I! .t LyolI'J: T"'Portuguese'Seaborne Meeting 7:30.Edward : ,?! ;fOll t- .. !

Rev. Floyd Chambers Evangelist EmplreJ-BoxerU: --/Jahoda The; Great Hood Sail-"ToSamarkand C. Harvey pastor. I dQ't;" i 'Ihr (thunh. it Cod i appointed, agtmv in (hit pAl j 1 I

Ing Ships--Schauffelen; Amer- ST. MARKS |''I| world lor ipitodmg' the hno"ldgt aNn/ lovt tV>
ican Printmaking--Museam Of FYI ;*: 'for man and ol Hn dtmand for man to itipond' ::: I
Graphic Art The Graham Kerr EPISCOPAL CHURCH t ii:. to that ,bra b, loving hit, ntgribar' WithoutJV \
; 9:45 Church School
Cookbook thu grounding, ,in 'fht lore of Cod no govirn. |' I
--Kerr America'sChristmas i |
; ;
Special Singing Each Holy Eucharist 1st *
Sunday : : mint or tarry" o, war of lit* will long" :
Heritage Kainen; 11 a.m. I pAt ...,.. I
The Death & 0." and Iht ffttdomi whMh wt hold' 10 Al
NightEVERYONE Rebirth Of The Morning Prayer 2nd, 3rd & I tai' dam will' ,mtviloblp,' | penh 'fhtfi'o't' arm Y
Seneca--Wallace t | ,
; Upholstery: 4th Sundays 11 1 < I
Refinishing And a.m. V r:? from' a ,itlfiih. point, 'of'vnw. ant ,thould rapport, :::
Restyling--Lu- 1 1r1
The I aA1. tht Church for 'Iht pairpha/ willart, of hmVf '
na World Of Soul--Shaw
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Huey FIRST UNITED METHODIST pp ..lf and hit familr, Btvond not howtvtrr ,
Long--Williams; The Boston !
WELCOME Massacre--Zobel; Historj STARKE i +, of 4 ,lei I .; pep pmon should uphold and* poriiopatt', in 1 ilI. i\:\ I
And Human Survival--Lifton. thi Church btiautt ''t titli" Iht truth, about A
Sunday Church School, 9:45: 4 *Y.* man t Mt" doth' and dfitiny 1 Ihi truth which I,. ,,V.,
W. ADULT REFERENCE a.m.; Morning Worship, 11; Ice I V ;'j o'ont' will, iff, him. Imo, ,to livt oi o ,Medal" j j'S'\
E. Mercer
Pastorwwww .
Composers Cream Social and Family Tal- A ,
Since 1900--Ewen bad
A Parent's ; ent Show In Fellowship Hall, I :} .
Reading.--Larrick Guide;To The Children's Encyclo- 6:30.: -.""..'.--...".-.'.-""<&"...'...''.:.:gIf..

. . . . . . . .... . - - -- MondayGirl TuesdayWSCS Scouts Executive 3:15: p.m. 1

Committee, 9:30: a.m.; WSCS t.
General Meeting, 10 Brownies -e a -a e e e e e e e e r e ee- -- -- -------- --
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Rehearsal 3:30 p.m.; Prayer BRADFORD
f Meeting and Bible Study, 7:30.:
ThursdayGirl Scouts, 3:15: ; JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES, Inc.
Youth Choir Rehearsal, 7 p.m.; ABSTRACT CO.

1I Chancel Choir Rehearsal, 7:30.: Class Rings
Featuring Ace Hardware
-DeWitt T, Farabee, Jr.
Better Service For Your
Pastor Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand

Title Problems!'

: ;*\ Opportunities BAPTIST for CHURCH service: J M2 W. Call St. Starke Abstracts
"Check With Us First"
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morn- Phone 9647064STARKE Title Insurance

Ing Worship II; Homecoming 219 Washington St. 964-5270
158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881
Dinner 12:30: ; Youth Choir Prac-
tice, 4:30: ; Youth FellowshipSup- "66"
per 5:45: ; Training Union, 6:15: ;
WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Eve- SERVICEBill FAULKNERGULF
ning Worship. 7:30.:

TuesdayPrayer Group 9:30: Edwards Ph. 961.7231 SERVICEAND

ik a.m.Wednesday- RA, GA, Sun- Tire Tru-ing H E tiG '
beams, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting ,

: 7:30 8:30.:: ; Church Choir Practice Headlight Adjusting U.HAUL RENTALSTruck

Brake Service
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F-1L l o STARKE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Wheel l Balance and Complete-Lubrication Trailer

Opportunities for( service: Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
Sunday Brotherhood: Meet- Minor Tune-Ups
Ing and Breakfast 7:30: ; RalpU PROMPT ROAD SERVICEAll
iI Dlggs BHS prlnc'!pal. guest 1011 N. Temple Avenue

speaker. Sunday:! School, 9:45: ; Minor Repairs 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 964.5899

I Morning Worship at 11: sermon 617 N. Temple Ave Starke
"Parable cf fie Sower." Hiway 301 and 100

Training Union 6:15.: Even'nj
Worship 7:30: ; sermon, "Th3 BRADFORD COUNTY *10 S. Temple Starke


MEET OUR CUSTOMERS' UNIQUE NEEDS. Youth Choir Practice, 7 p.m. 'PEST

Meeting 10:30: ; program 11:15: ; TYPEWRITERS:

EQUIP YOUR PHONE TO ACCOMMODATE Covered Dish Luncheon: 12 and Market ONTROLi
CONTINENTAL nc:n, \VMS: business meeting ADDING MACHINES:

HARD-OF-HEARING FAMILY MEMBERS SYSTEM 12:30.: Junior Choir PrimaryChoir Groceries :Meats\ Feed OfIAUCAl co.
'! 3:35: : Junior OA 4:15.:
Sup ;r, 6pm. RA Meeting M35. Take Me druditry. out
DIAL YOUR REGULARLY CALLED NUMBERS BY SIMPLY PRESSINGA Prayer Meeting, 6:30: ; SundayS of paper work. Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

BUTTON :hool Teachers and Officers LEGAL: 'OaMS.PAYROLL S. 301 South Starke Phone 964.5745 for
Meeting 7:15: : Church Cho'rPraet'ce .

'tD ARRANGE FOR FAMILY MEMBERS TO HAVE INDIVIDUAL LISTINGSIN Thursday'! 8.13: -V13lta, :tn, 7 p.m. KNVCtOPI* PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates

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By JIM FOX Garden Club of the Lakes

I Please Phone in Your Items 473.4 14& met April 23 at the home of Several readers from the ?
Lake have ...
Brooklyn ... ,
when Mrs. -- ------ --- 'IR'I ...
Mrs. Roy Bridges, .....
honed the old
WOMAN'S CLUB Wlllett Vogh entertained the 19 lished in The : planning session of the Clay Keystone t1Li-

The Keystone Heights Woman's) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clare will members and three guests slides witha of week, identified Cancer Society: (from left)

Club will sponsor a dessert card In soon be moving into their homi her collection recent trip of to color the Far East. Bay." Barker Fern Kearns, Min W oman's 1\lrs.' I'i"I Bird (left) pictured

party on Friday. May I 1. at 12:30at Keystone Club Estates. During the business session The picture was Cooley, Dorothy Lebel, and with :Mrs. Sara :McDonald president : I

the clubhouse. Hostesses will Miss at Roxann Ketch, honor student conducted by the president. Mrs. when water In" 4'=Iub ASKed of
be Mrs. N. Stitchberry, Mrs. E. School, was Keystone recently Heights notified High that Helen Warren hostesses for the at a low of level] ] ,1"1..1...... .n'.. Tii.. .".,_l.i","_.H..
Fraher, Mrs. M. Wilcox, Mrs.A. May luncheon and installationof years ::::
she was the recipient of the Elk's The ::::
Nelson and Mrs. R. Walker. officers, announced that this Cancer Unit
Barbara Hill
Reservations may be made with Academic Scholarship, which can event will be held at the Mrl- picture had made By factory, but carry air pollutiona :
be used In the college of her on the back of it $5,579 Goal "The United States 'With
Sara 28 distance, the warned
Mrs. McDonald, at rose Woman's Club on May greater
choice. Miss Ketch cent of iha world'3population
who will Bay 1957. seven per
473-4905, or Mrs. Nettie Stitch. at 12:30 -a factor to be cona'.deredby .
graduate in June is the p.m. A check uses CO cent: of
further 1 pr
berry at 4734928.The ter of daugh- The 1970-71 officers are: Mrs. the ing Information of vital inter- persrns living in Clay and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ever, that this the world's natural rsources.:
committee of the "Games Ketch. Marion Barker, president; Mrs. : est to every member: of the Bradford Counties, farther
the Bay Paul of Jacksonville: : : !
Brooklyn Bird )
Night" card party, which was Marie Wrinkle, 1st vice presi- ;family" the chairman! Mid-> Mrs frm the Industry bas-9. Sulphur -
We that of the bridge on of the South:ast;r:1Env.LI'Ollmtnlal :
held on Friday. April 24, wishto are glad to report dent; Mrs. Margaret Pater, 2nd Unit "Last year there were over president : cxldss: and nitrogen: oxides
thank all the players who Col. David Nelson is now at vice president; Mrs. Carolyn but another smaller Can- 300,000 needless cancer deathsIn Council Inc., given off by the city's
his home on Lake Geneva following times also told the Keystone heightsWoman's !
supported this event. Proceeds Wagner, secretary; and Mrs. for America and 'this figure smokestacks kill the Spanish

will be used for the Scholar- his NAS recent confinement in Jackson-at Emily Ison, treasurer. the"Brooklyn drive-in Bay theatre anl: can only .toe lessened by making Club Tuesday after- moss an air plant, Mrs. Bird;
the Hospital noon.
Fund to be
ship awarded to a ville. All reports indicate that We regret the everyone aware of can- Already the -world: has seven dcclarsd.
Keystone High School senior. cer's warning .signals and tho Pesticides-and DDT is tho
he is much better. tification '
feeling the population that ca \
Two other Important dates in unit vital need of an annual check- 'worst offender! according to
Brooklyn Bay
Announcement is made of the
May are May 12, annual NEWS 'be auppal ted (U our present
: reports NOTESBy food
marriage of Mrs. Donald M.Christoffer. so we'll be sure to up. Mrs Huntley said. she th!5! speaker offset
of officers and standard of living,
committee of Keystone Heightsand next time? dedi This year's goal for Clay health, the air we breathe!
chairman for 1969-1970 club year D.... East. : Is and the mented. supplies. Scientist:
Orange Park, to Wayne Ha- la County $5,979 enthusiasm IndIt''r:
will be submitted May 26, Installation Enemies: .named: by the speaker : -
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zen of Jacksonville. Ceremonies ; of) the county:! unit use\ wildlife as an indicator! of
of officers and tea were performed l 101 the River- GRAND CHAPTER OF Worthy Grand : the indicates that !the goal will bs in tlu environmental Wt.1'included pollution! of varIous! kinds. and
at the clubhouse beginning at air ant watr pollution -
side Baptist Church In Jacksonville FLORIDAThe Buttery being reached Mrs. Huntley adid.': Mrs.\ Bird cited:! the pelican,
3 p.m. on Thursday, April 16. 65th Annual Session of East. A banquet at sell erosion() Uia population : now nearly extinct! in Louis
It Is that certain
hoped there
will be and
Miss Christy Head daughterof the Grand Chapter of EasternstOol' :Myer Hotel explosion iana. DDT washed Into rivers
100% attendance at the last two -
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Headof of Florida held the vitation. The pesticides affected the fish eaten by the
meetings.ST. Little Lake Keystone, is now "Crown Jewel Session" at had male Jacksonville, she sad: ha) pelicans, whIch In turn affoct-

WILLIAMS'The at home following major surgery Jacksonville Coliseum the male officers had: the second highest corrosion: ed their ability: 'to calcium -
at the Bradford County Hos- week of April 7-10. The new officers, rate of any cUy! in the U.S.: (for Kshells' ) and egs-
Altar Society of St. Wll- OF THE corrosive! .salt air at the!beaches
pital. Keystone Heights Chapter In white, carried batching: declined, the conservationist -
]laims will
sponsor a rummage Dr. and Mrs. C.M. Booher 279 was honored in having the nosegays with. declining! !: we"t! cf the beach declared.
sale 8
on Friday, May from two
to six p.m. and on Saturday, Miss Amy Hulina, and Mrs. Don retiring Grand Worthy' Matron. The Session closed area then much higher againIn DDT causes: mutations In animals -
May 9, from 9 to Morgnn and children enjoyed a Mrs. Jessie Mae Hicks :at, tesies t h: the 'the city: where Industrial: cancer affects the
o p.m., weekend In South Florida.Mr. smokestacks make "chm'calsoup :
at the Masonic Hall. trip GalnesvUle Chapter appoint KEYSTONE CIHTTY waste disposal processes of the
and Mrs. Eddie ; in the air by their efflu
Prokepo- Past Matron Grace KeeUi of The regular con-
Bingo is played at the parish liver\ and reduces oxygen
wicz entertained friends with a Keystone Chapter her Grand stone Chapter ent interaction. to
as according
hall every Friday night. Play - -- tent of the air.
cook-out at their w- w w w Jacksonville' southwest -
lake home From
on Page tor the entire session. Tuesday! evening, d to
begins promptly at 7:30.:: Mrs. Bird. At a ratio one
Saturdayeve'ung. The Annual Sessions with 8 p.m. Worthy with Sloane caught a 212poundBass. '\ to Fort MyiTi there Is an one-millon! parts: cf DDT In

ROTARY NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Eulie A. Rush- District 8. as hostesses for the and Worthy Sick, estimated 50-mlle-wlde strip of ocann tr (washed down lit

The Keystone Heights Notary ton, Jr. announce the birth ()fan sessions, held a Sunday after- Reed conducted this Griffin's Lodge (east shore air pollution carried .toy prevailing Iitl'E ams\, the oxygen in thft

Club was well represented at infant daughter, Kimberly noon tea for the officers of) tho ''business of) the c made Santa Fe), turned In these fine winds from the indus Air Abve the ocean Is reduced

the three-day conference of Rotary Lynn, who arrived in Atlanta at the Pied-Ga. Grand Chapter of Florida, and ernl reports on cou reports. Roy Griffin guided Mr. trial a1'OIin northeast corner 50 to !10 per c'nt, she declared.
mont Hospital ,
District 694, which was Paternal 'or the General Grand officers, Chapter were and Mrs. A.E. Stokes Monday, of the sluts!!, Mrs. Bird Tho death rate frcm bronchitis -
held at the Ponce de Leon Lodgein on April 24. grandpa- ?ast Grand Matrons and Pa- members attending af and they caught 18 Bass ranging .said Within th's slrlp dying has ben: defnltelv correlated -
and Mrs. E.A.
rents Mr.
St. Augustine last weekend. (Lon) are Kushton of Keystone Irons and Representatives.;! Chapter meeting : 20 to 10 pounds. Wednesday and trees hAve lead Spanish: moss to air I pollution In certain:

The Keystone representatives Heights. Mrs. Hicks appointed Mrs. 5, which' 'Will! be ht a Thursday Roy guided W.E. Bow- In them, ,or none at all, sho areas, the speaker- sa"d. white
participated in Sunday's golf Vera Ownbey Chairman for Night and the en and a friend from Savannah, declared.
Captain: (US.V; ) a.dfn.. L.A. as citIng! ", connectlcrs\ between air
tournament, held at the Poncede Cumbio (and son Robert,of Alex- '.his tea. tor of District 8 '\\' : of and they brought In 14 nice Bass. More paper mills In the pollution\ and lung cincer, em-

Leon Golf Course, and attended andria, Va., will arrive in Key. The session were Infjrmally ed. On May 19, the : in- Saturday, Roy Jim Ising and Jacksonville area than In any phV'.qemhelCt: : disease, and

a social hour and ban- stone on May 1 for a visit with opened on Tuesday April 7, at Heights OES will had Mr. Moore Jacksonville caught other:! area of the world nrc rt infant! mortal ty.
quet dinner which followed in ]18 bass, the largest one 8 Ibs., contrlbut'ng! factor to air \pollu:
Mrs. Cumbie's parents, Mr. and 7 p.m. Worthy Grand Matroi tee :: Automobile exhaust Is a big
the evening. Virginia Governor Mrs. Lon Rushton. They will accompany Jessie MacHicks dedicated: sons are :\ a and Sunday Roy and Sam Pearl- tIon Mrs. Bird said.,! high offender In air pollution: Mrs.

Linwood 1101 ton was guestspeak- Mr. and Mrs. Rush- The Crown of Jewels Session They arc: 2 man and friend caught 3 bass, smokestack p-re bel .('I' for the D'rd' said, needing! that a car
bluegills. Mr. and Mrs. Jim-
er at the banquet Governor llol ton on a trip to Treasure Island to her husband. Dillard D. A. P. Hallman, Bell caught 15 bass Saturday air Immediately surroun'llns a driven at 25 miles nt average
ton discussed the attitudinal! ant for a few days. Hicks Sr. and hr: twin sons, Hector Ownbey, P. me, and Sunday and Bill Griner- speed buns up ns much oxygen -

social changes which have occurred Col. Ed Timmlns. Sr. (Ret), Dtllnvd! Hicks Jr., and Thorms Ward. P. P., J. like caught ]10 Saturday.SlIm's ns it tnke! a city of seven

in southern regions during of Keystone Heights, was initiated !- P. Hic'cs, and "To All who p. p. Winton Flsh-'n-Stuff (Keystone et .Chitty, Mrs. Emmy Admas, million Inhabitant..s t> breathefor
the past decade. into the Univer-jlty! of Florida Mitchell. W. fish M. .. Edith Nicholson( Mrs. Beu-
have served to keep Amarlca Clyde ), reported the following tilt> same Jel'lod: of tlm?.
Local Uotarlans and their chapter of Phi Alpha The- the Land: of the Frc and th:! p. M. of catches. Karen Bergstrom of lah Perry, Mrs. Hazel Rutledge, Use: of car pools and mas.tinnspoUatlon .'
guests attending from Keystone ta. national historians honor society 89 N. W. :! Mrs. Macy Allen, Mrs. Mildred '
Home of the Brave. Keystone Lodge Jacksonville walking, b.-
caught a 10-pound !
included President Lon Hushton! of
at a banquet held at the Matron J. C. Weeks, C. Spurlock Mrs. Lou Miller, and
Heights Chapter Worthy Bass In Santa
minnow. recommended
on a cycling -all were
and Mrs. Kushton Col. and Mrs. .of
Reitz Student Union on April I 10.!) Mrs. Ogla Westmoreland.
at John
Jo Reed was soloist Bob Strickland caught an 8-1/2 to cut d'n on!
James Chesslngton, Mr.and Mrs. lo- Leona christening as ways
Professor, John K. Mahan, Pappy displayed a -
James Wharton Dr. and Mr6. two of the Sessions. Jr.. Floyd Koons. ] pounder In Hall Lake, on a shiner dress that she had made automobile! exhaust fumes and,.
chairman-of ;.the- history depart-
Glf/VNOr CHAPTER John Klngstmry. ,,Gene Christian caught a .10-
; of
Jorge Salazar Walter Muhlho- use oxygen
for her
ment at the university, and Dr. granddaughter
fer, Miss Gertrude Houser, Mr. Donald Worchester head of the INSTALLATIONThe HOMEMAKERS 1/4-pound Bass, while 'J!ggerrlshlng" These models will take partIn Nineteen civilizations! have

and Mrs. S.E. McKay, Mr. and history department at Texas Closing Session .of the Forty-three : in Stevens Lake.Barnhlll's a fashion show May 6 at the died bacnuw; they neglected 'to

Mrs. Huntley Kedfearn Sr., Mr. Christian University, conductedthe Crown of Jewels' was h3ld Friday Homemakers Camp (east shore Recreation Center In Gainesville preserve their natural resources -
and Mrs. Al Watson Major and and recognized the evening April 10. Keystone, bers enjoyed! the and Santa Fe) turned In this nice for all Homemaker ClubsIn : Mrs. Bird told the group.SlcnLl. .

Mrs. Raymond Starnes, Mel Tay- new ceremony members for their academic members privileged to attend cultural Tour and report. Mr. and Mrs. John Col- Alachua County. :. ti Rive :tilt; ) million ai:

lor Mr. and Mrs. William Bartlett successes.Col. were "eyewitnesses" to a royal April 8. Susan.'S. lins of Jacksonville, caught 6 In the business meeting priorto the number cf persons the

Mr. and Mrs. Paschal Carr, Timmlns will receive his .pectacle of majestic splendor. The local Bass. Gaston and Pete Starling the fashion show It was decided earth can suppirt, : at our pre:

and Mr. and Mrs. Fremont master's degree In June. lIe Die East was a replica of cheese burke caught of 7 Bass. Mike Funder- that the club would sponsor sent standard cf living, and
Keystone, had 8 Bass
Tolles. has been majoring in Western kingly thrones with heavy regular meeting on then he and Mr. Warren ; a bake sale each month. right,:: now thra: arc seven
jeep red velvet drapes, and Dan caught The club decorated with tha
Hemisphere History and Latin Civic Hall. 9 more. R.G. Starling of Jack- was times thit many people:!
HERE N' THERE majestic throne chairs: In white and spring flowers.
American Studies, with minorsin conducted the first sonville caught 8 Bass. speaker said.
Mrs. M.R. Bowen has returnedto Spanish and Education.Ed panels. Ove'head nn arch of ness and ; Bob Charles Strandberg of Jack- As a note of onc::u n 1'eme:1t: ,

her home in Keystone after Timmins, Jr. has just returned I gold!': and under this a royal Lion of 'the Club. 8 sonville, caught 5 Bass In Santa JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Mrs. Bird sa'd for the first
visiting with family and friendsin from the 22nd Annual Conclave golden crown with the five Dazey, assisted by ; had Fe Lake. The Junior\ Woman's Club met time this session. of the Florida -

Atlanta, Ga. and Union! S.C. of the Arnold Air Societyof jewel points of blue yellow guerite \ ; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Miley of for a business meeting recent- lorlcflature! has n conservation :!

In Atlanta Mrs. Bowen enjoyedher the Air Force ROTC which white green and! red encrusted hostess for the and Waldo, have been catching a few ly.They lobby'st! in Tallahassee.!
first visit with her infant met this year at Anaheim, Ca- In the paints. The Grand officers I- April 28. ,the ; Bass In Santa Fe Lake recent- agreed to sell tickets for The Conservation! 70s program
great-granddaughter, who is lif. Tim, who was a delegate at entered frcm the west all Council Meeting ; the Turkey Dinner to be given Is set UP to counteract: lobbyIng -

Mrs. Bowen's namesake, Mrs. the conclave, was the only fresh- In white, and the men In black dish luncheon was[ : ; ly.That closes the lid for another by the Melrose P.T.A. at the activity by the petrochemical -
Bowen was a guest at the home spring carnival. They will also
man to be offered membershipin suits. Three ladies: entered -
ycuns Green Cove Springs week. So, let's get in on some Industry and azrlcuIture. -
of her sister, Mrs. Ettie Vin- ; be selling stationary at the carnival -
the of Florida'sA.A. flowing white! satin
University in Off lee. 11 of the action. How 'bout It? Till she declared.
son, during her stay in Union. Society this year. In addition robes. The lights were dimmed FELLOWSHIP ; next week "Good-bye and good Mrs Bird Is the daughter-in-
Mrs. Harold Sutton has returned It was decided to donate $10
home following a three- he was elected Administrative and they approached the altar A game day was ]luck!" to Melrose School for the purchase law .of Mr. and Mrs. John Bird
Officer of the Florida and ths central figure placedthe
April 21 at St. of Keystone Heights.
in of child
week visit with her family for the equipment for the
Squadron society. Bible the altar. They
Norfold, Va. Mrs. Sutton at the Tim is attending the univer- receded and on the emblematic Hall. Refreshments be held at Melrose Elementary guidance class.What .
home of her sister, Miss MarIon tuition and ial hour, School May 9 at the time of the
sity on a four-year with
In white
Fitzpatrick, who will be remembered subsistence scholarship from the Star Points Ethel Weyman and Spring Carnival. They can be KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
their escorts In satin gowns tie Smith followed:
by her many Keystone purchased from members of the
friends. U.S. Air Force, granted to pilot entered and stod beside eachStar Goodybyes 'Were Junior Woman's Club.
selectees outstanding
Point. The installing Wor.
Mrs. Sutton's orotn"-j -Jaw ever welcome --
lastic records. summer, j
Jack thy Grand Matron, Mrs. En-: Mr. and DUPLICATE
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. BRIDGE .
Tim intends to continue his duties ..
Piedmont of Norfolk drove Mrs. head at Gold malu Brown, General Grand who leave shortly who Winners last week of the Mel-

Sutton home on Friday and remained Head as Branch State lifeguard Park. Chapter Committee Member, home In Sun rose Duplicate Bridge Cubwere: t "'Il

in Keystone for a week John Timmins, a junior at read the meaning cf the col ports on Charles Miss Zoo Terry, 1st place; Mrs. $ DIRECTORY
end visit with Mr. and Mrs. Holies School in Jacksonville, ors. Robert Dutt ry, Worthy he la improving : Mary Cook and Miss Iva HI II- rom ) ,,"

Sutton and son, Lee. was initiated Into the Alpha Chap- Grand Patron-elect soloist Owens of Crystal yer, 2nd place; Miss Bessie Rutherford 4'heDilll.

__.____ __ ___uuuuuuuu u u u________________u_ u__..._. ... .. gave a musical meaning to The next covered : that and Mrs. R.P. Vogh
====- '="" '"' i.s that to ? Follow -
the five colors. eon meeting will will 3rd place; Mrs. W.J. Grolick you HKAUTY: slim-
"V-1 The entire installation session. COMMUNITY: not and Mrs. Joseph Boy 4th place. me!-(John 21:22).

r"w. with the new officers followed The final .general will Now is the time to take our

!;!: :. with Worthy Grand Matron the Church Women HOMEMAKERS CLUB stand for the truth. Stand with KEYSTONEBEAUTY

:.:. if it's :: Mrs. Virginia: Boyte: : anl will be held at the next Twelve members of the Home- the truth principlesvo are SHOP
.::?: ; I Building at 7:30: for makers Club modeled clothes Ivarniny. Let's not submit to

4. A candlelight they had made at the regular KOK.sip, nor negative, ugly critical EDITH JOHNSON, Owner

f.Jj S vacationmoney f. ter of the National Honor Society be conducted by monthly meeting Thursday. things said( about us. (Do Personal and Creative Hair Sty.
Styles ranged from casual ourselves with
at ceremonies held in the Nelson when !! not identify Ing Every Form of BeiatyCulture
; Swisher Library on April 29. re- through dress-up wear. weak sympathetic thoughts
will te hznoiej.: : Th TwM.-Sal. 9-5; closed
and Models were; Mrs. Pamela about anyone's problems.Standby
Membership the basis
1 1 granted on Circle Mrs. R. C. :! Monday
of scholarship, characterand Ashley, Mrs. Lois Tyre, Mrs. the truth- -and this shall

i iI leadership, is one of the high- ments chairman for tho will s:! Margaret Robbins, Mrs. Crick- make us free. NURSERY
i est national honors attainable bya
close of meeting : with _

\ I II John high,school who Is student.the son of Col. tee and official O.C. Carnes
will be given.PERSONALS Nursery
I 1 and Mrs. Ed Timmlns of Key-

stone Heights was named to the and was FREE MOTH-PROOFING Thousands of plants
National] Beta Society while enrolled -
i 1g at Keystone High School Reed former for Fruit Trees-Shnde!' Trees
I last year. lie also attended Cur- Susan restaurant Evergreens
undu Junior High School In the their many friends Camellias & Azaleas

We make vacation dreams ::;: Canal Zone.CHANCE stone area, among !MOST ALL IN CANS
reporter and her
come true with the magic of :;1 be IN CORRESPONDENTSPlease advised that effective the neighbors Mr. her SanitoneCcrtlfiedMasbrTtryclcaner PLANT ANY TIME

1 rea4Y cash! Personal loaas May 4, Mrs. Michael Red- Lewis! Lebert who Beautiful Roses -

: 1;: fearn of Keystone Heights, will ested to( hear cf :>o] LandscapingPhone
::1:; from our Bank are fast, easy I be the new correspondent for the In New York !!ate. : for
1 1I 659-2165
1 low-cost. You can lean on u Keystone Hilites. Teaching responsibilities has been secretary '-

J do not permit me formerly of Park .of 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

i I:: I I'I to I continue would like writing to take this this column.opportunity and store former at Nahunta.owner the ALTERNATIONS Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome

I to thank the editors Reed reported that :

news Informants publicity; chair- will open >>n PICKUP and DELIVERY S. E. McKAY. REALTOR
: men of the local clubs and most Speculator N. Y. :

C,I importantly, the readers who plans to develop it : of MONDAY and THURSDAY Senior Member Society of
i: have offered their assistance and year round re Residential Appntslen

I BANK I knowledge of news during the past Maye will be .: We Help You Finance
KEYSTONE STATE three years. new development. Trailer lots f500.-Up
I am sure that you will con- brother of NEW METHOD CLEANERSPhone The Best In Lake Front

1: Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla. |: tinue your efforts In supplying Keystone. His Home, Acreage*, Rental*
Mrs. Redfearn (Gloria) with Starke 964-5704
: area Ruth Reed ()f Mrs. Melba Keen. Associate
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly |: news, as you have done In the sociated with him Keystone Office 47J-48U
past. News items be : : -
Community. & may phoned operated the Lazy tI..m473..7.0 473-4SI1
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I B C Selective Questions Service A uus:' "

(Lake Mmmtrn PC' ) ,
aye! Michael O. Chittyfk.


Greetings friends, from your enjoyed some sightseeing while

T-tackered out Rolling-Report. there : As an employer, I i
er. As I sit here writing this Mr and Mrs. Dolph Reddishand am interested in knowing if occupational ii i
column I can barely keep my family of Starke spent the deferments (II-A) are ..

eyes open. Last night (Friday) weekend with[ Mr. and Mrs. D.W. still permissible under the ]otter National Sewing FOR SALE In city a 'bed'
Otis Melton and I camped out at Carpenter, system? BRADFORD CARL BEGGS room, living
Gold Head Branch State Park, Joan Miller spent the nightat Answer: Yes. Inauguration of CLASSIFIED AD RATES Machine Co., room, kitchen room dining
tile bath
with[ around 60 boys and 10 or a slumber party for Lisa Ben- the random selection sequence SEPTIC TANKCOMPANY Gulf Service ida ,Flor
15 men from Hampton Baptist son in Keystone Heights last did[ not change the, law or reg- Minimum! Charge _.. .1.75 Largest selections from USED PARTS room, garage. 2 fish pools.shrubbery ,
Church, and Shiloh Youth RanchIn Friday. Saturday night Denise ulations concerning deferments (Covers 15 wordsEach ) choose. Platt Necchi. Nelco. lovely trees, large
New tome & Universal.'!! pecan trees, 8 ft. 't> 15
y fL
Roseland. If you've ever tried Meek and friend, Melonle, of Top Price for Wrecked Car
Saturday night Question: If a local board has word over 15-7o This Ad Worth' $3.00 On Any Owned & Operated By. cement brick wading pool or
camping with that many boys you Jacksonville were 21 Hour Wrecker Service
.sand box, oil!] burners
whole gone through the first ]100 random Purchase or Repairs air con.
know why I didn't get a guests of Joan, and this past SOc Extra Charge If not
lot of sleep. But we all had a week Patti and Bebo Flllmon sequence numbers In filling paid In advance 611 W. University Ave 378-1335 DON NEWMANS and .. Fuel Oil -- dition. Call between 8-10 0'
blast, and plenty of good food. of Tampa spent the night with its call, what about the man MICHAEL DOBBS. Used Cars clock only, 964-7582. Cash E12.-
Ole Clarence Melton really fries her. Jeff Miller spent the week- whose number was between 1 and CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 301) N. Waldo 500, arrange own financing.
WANTED Waitress exper- 11")1'
a "mean chicken" in a wash- end with Bruce Machettof Johns 100 but who was not called because $1.50 Per Inch Trail INSTALLATIONREPAIRING 2tchg 4-30
pot, right boys? Sunday we all on. Lou's mother, Mrs. Ruby he was then deferred and fence not necessa-y Call 468-1998
got together with all the rest Dyal, of Gainesville was over ]later lost his deferment? Memorials Resolutions N.otel and Restaurant. Lavvtcy WANTED Part-time cocktail

of the Church, for dinner un Thursday and modeled a poncho Answer: He will not escape Proclamations, etc7c word 782-3886 far! Interview.: 5-7 DRAIN CLEANOUTAND waitress and a bartender:! Ap

the grounds. Oh yes, we boys that Lou had made her in a fash- selection because each month _2tclig PUMPING WATSON'SHouse ply in Person at Bobby's H'de-!
each local board starts back at CARDS OF THANKS
the Church were supper show at the HomemakersClub
from Ion
GARAGE SALE -Electric IB- A-Way in Waldo, or call 964-
from the random sequence number 1 to SO words _.. ..
guests of the boys or 3.00 ste-'i1'zr.l', of Vacuum .
frlRt-rator, baby:! bed 72gg_ Ztchg 4-3Q
Ranch, on the property of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. ]Ralph Fillmon of fill that month's call, and pro- Each word over 50-7e clothes & etc. Odds and end, Phone 964-6647 .. --
and Mrs. James Broome and Tampa spent the weekend with ceeds forward through the list Many brands of new vacuums
family in Hampton where they Pete and Joyce Barton. of numbers. Sunch action Insures Saturday 12 to 4 p,m.. L. C. Starke Fla. $3900 up. Used machines from FOR SALE-12 acres all cleared

were camping Saturday. It was The Melrose Homemakers Club that registrants who during the Adams, Bedford Lake call 473- $10, Expert Repairs all makes. ; 2 bedroom house. Phone

really a blessing to be around held a fashion show with the year enter the pool because they LOST-Black Angus bull, 1,200 42fi2 Itch// Parts and Accessories for all 533-2233. 3tp 5.7

these young Christian boys who regular monthly meeting on lost their deferment or exemption pounds. Lost Tuesday .In> SRS- SEWING MACHINE Cleaned, vacuums. Built In Central vac.
Brother Jimmy Ilinkle and; the Thursday. Twelve models participated after their number had been 233. Phone 964-5068. John B. oiled and! adjusted In your JIMMY MOORE'S uum cleaning systems. 712 N. REDUCE sat and:! fast w.thGBese :
Lord are doing a fine job of [ in the Those from passed will be selected the same Gainesville 376-7110
revue. Sapp lent home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner SUN SPORTS Main, Tablets & E-Vop "water
as, but before, men whose number

raising.My Indian Beach included Lou Mil impairs also. All work guarante.el. pills"Andrews
great-grandmother Mrs. ler Robbins and Cric- has not yet been reached. FOR SALE White Gillian- Drugs.
:!. Dennis E. Cogging, Phone MOORE BOAT FOR 5tp 5-28
Lula Chitty, and daughter, Mai- ket Chitty, They will be modeled Welch Palpmino horse, saddle tfchar _
lie, of Bonifay, stayed with us next at the County Meeting (in Question: I have a H-S de- and bl'idlIesee after 5 p.m 471-1428_ YOUR MONEY Smith Plumbingand FOR SALE -John Deer Tractor

from Wednesday noon, till Thurs- Gainesville on May 6. ferment. Can I drop this deferment 904-7031. _Up Experienced:: Cook Good Salary with cfuble! st of distcs
day night. We were visited by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwood and enter the I-A or apply In person at Longhorn ( Starke Ph. 964-5791 Supply Ph. !nm-TOC.! srno 2tp 5-7
my cousin and family Kay and I-A-O pool and take my crjan- FOR RENT -New 12 ft. -wldj South.
have returned from a three month Restaurant, 301()
Kenneth Padgett, and daughtersof tour around the world. Says Mrs. ces in 1970 on not being draft 2 bedroom tr afler. phone 964- tfchK Complete Outboard & DUCKS FOR SALE Edja:'
Starke afternoon, ed? '1<198. Stern Drive Service and Raiford Road .
Tuesday Norwood, "There is no placeas Itshft: Bun ell, Box 16 D, Staike Fin
and Thursday night, when my beautiful as home." Welcome Answer: Not unless you cease FOR RENT: TV sets, baby Repair. Complete Fiberglass Phone 964-6023 32091.
grandfather Hubert Chitty was Norwoods! to be a full-time and satisfactory SUPER STICK Vinyl Plaatlc] beds. elec. guitars, amplifiers.
home. Repair. Custom-
Letters, all sizes, colors] Permanent
with them. Saturday afternoonmy student graduate or each week. DA-
this refrigerators: day or
That's all the news for NEEDED
grandfather, Hubert, and age 24, whichever comes first. for use on wood, glass, HATER'3. 9B4-7023. tt-ohg built Fiberglass Fishing Contracting and Repairs
week here's Leeon. .
Clifton Davis( of Jacksonville so plastic, paper, metal, leather. Boa t Plumbing Fixtures: Train now to drive semi

dropped by for a visit. LEEON'S CORRNERIn The following Local Board Memorandum ANYTHING! Bradford County MEN WANTED Laundry Water Heater truck, local and:! over the
Charles, Louise and Paulette has been placed in Telegraph. tt workers. Kitchen aids, laborers Water Pumps road You can earn Qvcr $400
Strandberg of Jacksonville were distribution by National Headquarters cottage parents, watch- per hour after short tiaining.
weekend /guests of Mrs. Jo this busy of the Selective<: Ser- FOR RENT 12 wide! 2 bedroom man, cooks and clerks ground- For Interview nnd appllca'lon,
Strandberg. And hurried place. vice System to each of the 56 trailer outside. city limits[ keeper truck driver. Five I call 904-388-4007 or write Safety

We need to thank God, State }Headquarters and 4,100 Local J. B. White, 964 6114. tfehg day week eight hour( da,.. MARY CHILD CARE in my home rcpt.. Nationwide &>.stems

Anita Plummer of Jacksonville For His Saving Grace. Boards of the System. State retirement, vacation, Keystone Heights 4734978. Inc. car:? of Mercury !Motor
spent the weekend with Ava Grif I-W work assignment outsideof Lawn Mowers-we service whrlt sick leave.If Interested! pleas 2tp 4-30 Expiess! Term Bid:?., 1716 Me-
fin. Just for awhile, state of registration: we sell. Starling Farms Supply apply In person Personnel Duff A\enue N., Jack:nvllle.Iloiida .
When a local board Is 225 W. Andrews St. tfehf'
We should sit down. con Manager Sunland TrainIng CARTER : 32205. 2tchg 4-30
Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith and
sidering the
And behold the Glory, assignment of a Center, ailnesvllle. FU. VETINARY 1NJECTABLES:"
family, including Mike and his I-O registrant to I-W service In Southern Marine
Of His Heavenly Crown. An equal opportunity employer. Tetanus ToxoJd
new bride were visiting Mrs. another State, the State Directorof IF WE DON'T HIVE IT
fIT Smith and Mrs. Ruby Wolfe Praise His that State, who would have Moved To Gainesville \froh. 'Sleeping. Sickness! we'll get It for you. Office
name, PAINTSNEW distemper Hepatitis- Lepto
last week. New NameCaine.vi1le
jurisdiction over the registrant Supplies, Fur.'Iture, .
That in this troubled world. ?oml>fotlcINDREWS Equipmei't.
We have a Gift. during his alternative service MarineLYNN SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic DRUGS Bradford County
Mi. and Mrs. Kimborough and More precious than pearl. should be given an opportunity Letters tt Numbers for Interior
Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Barrowswere to furnish Information with respect HAMILTON MGR. and exterior use. All] sizes, co ITEMS Telegraph.

visiting Mrs.Nicholas Ger- We had no hope, to such matters as the Johnson Motors Cobra Boats lors. Bradford County Tele
acci in Tampa last week and work to be done in the prospective LARGE TRAILER Lots for
But now have life. Marine tf
we Supplies graph
In a Heaven where there'll be, employment, the pre Unpainted Furniture Rent High! and dry. oak THE KEY TO .
sent 1030 E. University Ave. shade Imiles\; south on 301.
availability jobs with
PHOTOCOPIERS from $09.50
No trouble or strife. o Gracious LivingQii'
GLASS such employer, and the willing Gainesville_ to $625. Take the drudgery out Wood Graining Kit Phone 064UB03 or 964-9937.

U you have this Gift, ness of the employer to cooper- FOR SALE-City plot 110' x 110' of piper: work.-Bradford Countv tfchg ) Town HouseAPARTMENTS
FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors Then the Lord. ate In the administration of the Tplcgranh tf K-SO; Paint Re.
praise I-W $250 000 down payment $35 mo. mover WILL .... :
program. BUY: Us d

But if you do not, Phone Appliances '
1 Take heed to Ills Word. The local board, In seeking 964-6610. tfch? NOW IN STOCK -Const!'uctlon :Furniture.: TV's. Stereos any. 1 For Rent
this information, should make Paper All colors In the rain 102 EAST BROWNLEE tGtag ot value DAm1E 'S,
FOR EVERY PURPOSE Just bow head its request through Its own State bow Bradford County Telegraph Furnished Apartment

SHEA'SGLASS And confess your you sin. Director. SEARSHas tf STREET FOR SALE-1968 Ford Tractor I M' Buford Mitchell
Then ask the dear Saviour
Model 841 Gasoline. 3e11in3Price
FOR RENT: Unfurnlshel house Phones
CO. Your heart, to: come in. Sy i Neighbors i b Everthing In country Also furnished 1300. Santa Fe Tract. I 964-8853 9644760

apartments In St\l'ke.-W. H. or, 370-2548, Gainesville, Fla.
If have done this WIMBERLY'S Railroad. Salvage
you :
37I-1315 372-4351 Nnllman.: 1 Sin N Cherry, tfrhg! Uchs -
1313 N.W. 4th Plot Then sing praise to His name. STARKE Groceries Fabrics
Goinsvll! Now you too, in this world FAYE'S FABRICS -Fl'st!' t quality ] Clothing, Shoes, Furnltuie.
Ills Grace can proclaim. I ',4 dress drapery, upholstery Tools. Plenty: Bargalasl;: 7434&

I ; d' Phone 961-6848 material Notions, chntlle bedspreads Standing Blvd., Jacksonville W & D TRACTOR SALES

1 tapestries Also sec tfchgBARRETT

,1 onds. mill en Is. BankAmsrl-
DeWitt C. Jones
Funeral Home f FOR SALE Corner city lot card and Master Charge. Open Box 75 LaCrosse, Fla. Ph. Alachua 462-2629
110' x 110' terms Ready for Monday 10.7: Tues. throughSat
mobile home or house. OG4- .. 9.7: Sunday 1.6. hwy. 301 Water OLIVER TRACTORS
STARKE 4 LLi 6610 tfchg l'. ml north of WaHo, tfchg Condition. 10 DIFFERENT SIZES

PHONE !)Ifi( 1-1 200 .,. EUNICE NURSERY I.arll'elasonry! : Home ing and Pump Co.
Geraniums. \Begonia, Blue berries on SR-1A-A KlncjHtey Lake TOWN & COUNTRY' GARDEN TRACTORS

r fruit trees, grape vines. Snl I'll minI: Pool 130 Court Street WITH MOWER ATTACHMENTS
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS All container 2 mi. Extra! Large Lot
grown. Phone 9615832STARITE! From 7 to 11 Horse Power with Gear or
"I always said that kid had inorth) of Lawtey on Hlway 301, Must! Sell For Health Reasons
!PHONE t7.-K1176: : a real talent" turn at sign Phone 782-3465. AIL PO1SELi.. BROKER Hydro Drive

itchy 9SMJ4B4 !8616810
I Implements Sidewinder Mowers. Holland
BUYING SILVER COINS DID YOU KNOW It's easy ti Water Conditionersand
FACTORY HELP NEEDED 1964 or older any condition own a Longchamp Home? Pumps Transplanters, Cole Planters
Dollars 2.00 up. Halves 60c. Better built for Florida] liv Sales and Rentals John Blue. Ee Flow and Others.

Quarters 30c. Dimes 12c. Current ing. Your pHns! or ours. Your
Owen Joist of Florida. Inc. needs dependable, able Market Price For rare lot or ours. Contact Buford Repair Department Combine and Hay Equipment

bodied factory help. No experience nere sary. dates Si oli'er coins. We Buy, M'tchell, phone! 964-6833.: P. O.nox 24 Hour Service

stead}' work, overtime. fringe benefits. Sell, or trade coins. Bulllngtona 218 Sfnrk tfchg TRACTOR REPAIRS on ;\I.' M4KFS & MODELS

.. Coin! Starke FH 1647271. Calvin William!) and Raymond Dval
IF YOU ARE WILLING. TO WORK APPLY "1' PUMPS Experienced Waitress! -wanted -

ATOWEN WANTED LISTINGSOn __ NEW AND USED __ -Good salary.: Apply in perI I
and Acreage. Buyer eon at Longhorn Restaurant
JOIST Waiting Strout Realty, Rer. SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep 301 South
Broker 2I1T N. Temple Ave. & Shallow Wells] -

Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday, Ph 9A4! -Afi09 Stnrfce. Fla.] Water Softeners & Filters

7:00: A.M. Tn 50ft P.M. Expert Service On NEW HOMEON BIG
: FILAMENT Strapping Tape, ERtS GgM
All Makes
...................... 4- l roll?+" x Bradford 60 yards. County$250 Single Tele Plumbing Serrlce YOUR LOT re.e

graph tf Phone 96 1-7061 NO DOWN PAYMENT' THE \WAH\


tiler BrownVolkswagen
S Due to the rapidly I increasing costs of production ...-, -. INSURANCE! FHA INSPECTED

The Telegraph finds it necessary to institute hsepr AT REDUCED RATES HOUSING ACT 235

a nominal charge for the use of photographs AUTO. FIRE BO,\T BUILTINAPPLIANCES
for announcements and engagements; on -- CENTRAL HEAT
our society paces The following rates will apply, tth
effective April I : THE FIRST NAME: IN David & Mary Lou

SMALL CARS New A Used 1..0) BAIRD BLACK l lI _;

: ) $3.00 1 MI. North of The Mall NEW and USED 4tp S-14

2nd Ave 2nd St. S. E. GAINESVILLEVICTOR 8.10.12' WideGainesville I
Gainesville Florida t.a t.e t.i t.w t.
ELECTRIC TALLY. Reasonably Good Quality Priced George E. LaRue

We will continue to make no charge for en MASTER Add Machines, with Gainesville 378-2785 INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

gagement announcements er wedding write-ups e LOST My Kama: Is "Tlse" subtraction. SPECIAL. this Serviced. Guaranteed- and I Fir Homeowner I :

where no photographs\ are required. Biff Yellow Cat Ort E.nM] s. month only $69.93. Ideal for Delivered In Starke Area
jug:; In Vicinity What A Oar. home or light office! work. LIFE &: ACCIDENT
? The use of color photographs/ is discouraged as .
gar; Reward. Call Collect 4C31B27 County Telegraph tf! Key.tona Heights 473-4693

'0 they do not reproduce as well as black and white. :! REMINGTON CASH REGISTER fS 411 N. 4502 NYT 13th

Please submit black and white photographs It : 2-total] electric, slightly Gainesville 37S-7ItS
possible.In SALESMAN WANTED used. Cost new. $420. Save $100. Men cottage)
age over 21. Startingpay
Our sale
price $320.-Bradford
order to handle wedding articles efficiently. Local firm has openingfor County Telegraph tt J329 month, promotion) op.
0 The Telegraph requests that all information besubmitted SERVICE :portunlttes and regular] Increases
Small appliances
an aggressive salesman >In 8
FOR RENT- Furnished apart pay. hour (lay, 5
no later than noon Monday followingthe at Starke Hardware, Co. 108 E.
interested in long ment. 4 rooms and bath utilities cay week, sick ]leave, vacation.
wedding. Accounts weddings occurlng Call St. Phone 964-3311. tfchg state ;retirement.
range employment will-, furnished. Couple only-No U Interested
more than two weeks before date of publication S a future. Top earningsfor Pets. Call 964-6852. itch! FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse please'] apply In person) Personnel

cannot he used. Printed wedding information Must : 3 bedroom. 1 bath, central Manager! Sunland Training Ceo

forms may he obtained at The Telegraph office have right dependable and Rilford Four Mile Out heat & atr-condltloning. Corner ter An Gainesville, Fla. m 1 e grap4
Road equal
for your convenience. Your cooperation will be experience in decline MODERN:'\ MASONRY HOME: lot. Phone 964-5367. tfcig opportunity empIoer. ,-

appreciated. with the public. Call Large Living Room POSTED SIGNS: Treated to

964-5832 for appoint. Paneled Family Room withstand weather- 20c each, WANTED: Used Wringer-Waah-

' The Bradford County Telegraph O ment. Many Many Extras S2.25 doz. Special price on large er. Will pay cash or take in
Only $18,830 er quantities. Bradford County trade on anything.! DAHJIER'S.
i ... ..... .............. BILL POWELL BROKER Telegraph, tf S64-7923. U.C1I.

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