Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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U. of Fla. Library History

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Phone Charge County InvestigatingNew Votes 2-1 I I


Session SetA Disposal- System- Back UpIn

County; SanltarlnuvlackTrawlck\ > Federal and State governments.
5 p.m. June 10 meeting for The phone company stated In is due to return tonight froma Really sanitary land fills, Instead a first step toward a

the Starke City; Council and the its letter to subscribers that it trip to Clayton Alabama to of dumps, will be required new $800,000 to $1 million

Florida State Telephone Co. to is 'entitled under PSC regula- observe firsthand a garbage sys- In the near future, he bond Issue, the Starke

negotiate the city's pole rental tions to pass on any chargeby tem he thinks will solve Brad- said. A bill before /tho Florida Council Tuesday night authorized -

charge and the phono company's: the city that is in excessof ford County's problem of Indiscriminate Legislature! right now. Trawick II. I. Hennan &
surcharge has been set. one per cent of billings. dumping.The said places controls on sani-
Chairman Jimmy McRae told PSC backed up the phone com- Alabama community of tary land nils. Co., Inc. to set as the city

the City Council Tuesday nighthe 23,000 places king-size garbagecans The county now has the additional investment bankers.In .
had been contacted by the irL 4. at convenient locations problem that residents
Continued( on Pace Four) a prior move the Council
phone company and the June 10 ) throughout the county. A special won't travel long distances to voted 2-1 approval of a tie-in
date had been requested. When .w _; truck picks up the garbage or one of the six land fills. Much with Florida Fewer & Light Co.
the council agreed, McRae set Pace trash and hauls it to a large trash Is dumped along roadsor Councilman
Legal for emergency power. -
the 5 p.m. hour. central sanUiry land fill. The In "voluntary" dumps which Nell Tucker, who proposedthe
The phone company's state office truck would pick up and: emptythe spring up. tie-in and I Councilmen Jim-
In Bonlfay contacted the Leaves BoardDissatisfied bins automatically and also The terrain here Is not high Bowen, voted for the tieIn.It .
Starke office with the to have multiple landfills my
meeting pressurize the garbage.The enough opposed by Councilman
proposal. Phone Company' Man- County Commission Mon- the sanitarian told the Com
-- -- -"" One Wiggins; Councilman P.T.
ager Gerald Williams made the day granted Trawick permission mission. What Is needed, Tra- Nolin abstained.
arrangements with Chairman Dissatisfaction with the paceat This was the scene Saturday afternoon on SR-21 when a Melrose to make the trip to Alabama. wick said, Is one central sani- City Attorney George Pierce

McRae. which legal work on a pro- woman waS! killed and her two children injured. Chairman Zedra Hamilton agr-i..! tary land fill which can be properly ruled that a majority; of the
The controversy started last posed county zoning code anda rut "something has to be done." maintained. council three members had voted
year with the phone companywas sanitation law was: voiced by Bradford \now has six land fills ". think this Is the thing fora and that the motion carried.

granted approximately a 30 County Commissioners at their maintained by the county; mos- county of this size. I reallydo The tie-In will cost the city;
per cent Increase In rates by mid-month meeting Monday,May 2 CHILDREN INJURED. quito control unit under Trawick.But ," Trawick told the board, $8,000 for a 1,500 KVA step-
the Florida Public Utilities Com- 18. m the sanitarian told the Com- speaking of the Clayton, Alabama down transformer which FPI

mission. The city opposed that Both proposals are understudynow mission what has been "eatis- system. has available, accordingto
much Increase.In by County Attorney TheronA. hciory/ to us" will no longer Each of the large trash cans a. letter from FPL
retaliation the city last No- Yawn. He told the board at Melrose Woman Dies meet the requirements] of the used in such a system would Vice-President Alan B. Wright.

vember placed a $4.50 per year Its May 4 meeting he had not cost $250 and a new truck to For the emergency power the
pole rental charge on the phone had time to turn out the work. handle the large bins would cost city would nothing unlessIt
company for each of the 1,209 Arthur Gaskins vice president $31,000. A used truck can be actually used pay the tie-in.

poes! the company Is using Inside of the North Florida Poul- obtained for $17,000, Trawick Such an arrangement costs the

the corporate limits. try Producers Association, was Sat. In SR-21 CrashA said. city of New Smyrna Beach 1.34
The city has billed the phone present at the mid-month meet- Federal matching funds are KW

company $906 In pole rental char- Ing this week and asked about .,' .',"" available, he says for whicha per Harvey Hennan president of
ges for the final two months the sanitation law. Melrose woman was killed Still in the Intensive care fitaikc. Both were treated for project must be written.In the Investment banking firm of

November and December,of 1969. "I \know Judge Yawn is undera 'and her two children injarunit of the' Shands Teachinged cuts and bruises at the medical other action at the mid- Miami, said lie will meet with

But the phone compa.iy! has not big load,"Commissioner\ Ralph one critically, in an auto- Hospital in Gainesville{ Is center and :released Sat- -. month meeting Monday the city engineers and have a report -

paid the bill.Instead Bryan noted "But we need some mobile crash on SR-21 south! Becky Watson, 10, who has urday afternoon.The r'.Y Board: for the Council In two to
the phone company of Heights multiple Wat- accident occurred when .YJ -Agreed to allow Supervisorof
way to get our legal work done. Keystone Saturday injuries Robert) rv three weeks. He suggested another -
came back last month with a "When you have someone as afternoon. May 16. son 8, was described as in Mrs. Watson, driving south on. Registration Neva Flynn to meeting with council with
7C per month surcharge which interested as Mr. Gaskins here Mrs. Wilma Jean Watson satisfactory( condition Tues- SR-21 In a 1962 Chevrolet Station sell four more county voter both he and tile engineers pre-
was Included on May phone bills from the poultry industry and was apparently killed' in the day from a broken pelvis. wagon, ran off the right lists at $100 each to recovera sent after the various bond pro-
of Inside $498 personal Investment she
phone users the clty; according U Florida. Also injured the shoulder of the road. Thaca.r
can't get legal work done it's crash, > > In wreck: posals are prepared.
only. It does not affect phone made in having six lists printed.
Commissioner Patrol K. were two Starke turned sideways and Under close by
subscribers outside the pretty embarrassing, Highway Troopers men, Foster ; came A new law prohibits Mrs. questioning
corpor- Buck Norman noted. O. and Shi Smith driver /bock onto 'the Hennan stated
ate limits. Etheridge Dewy P. 66, of a pavement, Flynn from selling voter lists. council members
The seven cent charge is to A Chamber Commerce Board Gay. She was dead on arrival 1966 Chevrolet pick-up truck, crossing the read in the Pathof She has sold one list. After the city; will have no obligationfor

cover'the,3906.charge-made by at the medical center In Gain"d his passenger James CUfesvllte. Smith's pick-up truck- the fifth list is sold all pro- any kind of fee to his firm
(Continued on Pane Hour) until the bonds actually sold.
the city the phone company stated :ton Cox, 63, Forsyth Road, traveling north. ceeds will go to the county.; are
The of the That cannot happen, he said, until -
right side car
In a letter to subscribers. Dorisann Spengler When Chairman Zedra Hamiltonwas
was smashed In ,iby :the front the council decides what size .y
Starting in January, the phone assured the county had spentno
of the p'ck-up.' Both vehicles Isl970DAR funds on the project, the engine thus what size bond Issue -
will Increasethe
company it
surcharge to 25< per monthto Faculty Integration Set 'were total losses, according board agreed to abide with Mm. will be required. The bonds
cover the $5,440 the cityIs I to the FHP. Good Citizen Flynn's request. will have rate to approved be sold by at the an coun-Interest -

expected to bill the phone Speed of Ilhe car was estimated -Referred a property, Mrs.
fee be Incurred
company for the use of the 1.209 at 5 mph and !the truck! Dorisann Spongier. Bradford Lola Williamson to Tax Col- cil before Hennan any: said. can -

poles! for 1970. At 2 All- Black SchoolsTransfer at 45 mph.: High, School senior, was lector J.R. Kelly and Tax Assessor He would, not predict when Interest -

The surcharge quickly broughtthe No charges (were filed In honored as a 1970 Good Citizen Gene Long in a protestover rates, now at an all time
city to a negotiating position. the accident. of the Daughters of the payment of a penalty for
of eight Negro tea- "major reason" for IIEW'sFebto Southsido Elementary: high might go down.
"We don't want city residentsto chers from RJE and Anderson ruary letter notifying Bradford: Purpose of calling the special The accident occurred' at American Revolution Bit a late taxes., The Council can wait as longas
have to this," Council 2:45: p.m. one mite' north of May 16 luncheon In Jackson. -Authorized Clerk Inman Greento
pay Elementary Schools to other It Is less than full compliance meeting was for the School Board It wishes for better Interest
Chairman Jimmy McRae said county schools was approved by was the two "Identifiable to affirm the re-appointment of the Bradford-Clay line In ville. have seven wood chairs from rates before giving him the OK
at the council's May 5 meet- the Bradford School Board Ina schools." By that the superlnall annual contract teachers. Bradford County. Miss Spengler, daughter of the old courthouse refinished for to sell the bonds, Hennan said.

Ing.The special meeting Tuesday night, tendent means that RJE and AnThose teachers must be recommended Lt. Colonel. and Mrs V. J. placement In the new building. If. In the end the council de-
When the clerk said that
phone company has con- May 12.They. derson could be Identified by ty the principal and 11- Spengler, Starke, and Miss' some cides not to tell the bonds no
tended all along that it would will be replaced by white HEW officials because they have proved ;>y the school board for Turner PromotedTo Mary Ann Sale of Fletcher of the chairs would be left, over fee would be Incurred.An .
the he Instructed
pay a "reasonable" pole charge teachers to be employed this been all-black! schools. three years before going on continuing High School, Jadosonvdltofieaoh. seven, was to FPL tie-In was approvedfor
but contend! $4.50 is too high. summer for the fall term. The The transfers will give each contract. Assistant were the two tudenit have all usable ones refinished the city; for two reasons.At .
check lists for
The Compa.iy stated In the !letter move will leave only the prin- school in the county approxlOne member said the board named for the 1970 DAB -Okayed plumb present the city has no back
SuperintendentRobert ing from Harold Smith and
to subscribers It will res- cipal and one teacher at RJE mately 20 per cent Negro teawas merely acting as a "rubber award from north Florida.. for heating and cooling systems one up power If something should
cind the surcharge If the city and Anderson formerly all. chers and 80 per cent white stamp" in approving the appoint\ happen and the city power
Dorisann has maintained an, from Brown's Refrigeration
will back off the
pole rental.
Negro schools. could not meet demands.
V. Turner has been plant
teachers Casey
-Was notified by the Federal
Meanwhile, the city has received The moves were made accord- Transfers from Anderson Ele- In other action, the board: named assistant superintendent A-averago through four years Secondly the tie-in will also
Administration that
Housing thecounty's
no encouragement from Ing to Supt. Tom Casey, as part mentary: -Opened bids on three used of 'the Florida State Prison of high school. She ha !won for provide emergency power In case
the Public Service Commission. of Bradford County's voluntary -Zeporah Jennings to Lawtey dIesel trucks for the commer- at Ralford. succeeding E. a. teaching isoholarsnlp from prehensive application water and sewer a com-are the city exceeds Its firm cap-

plan to comply with the Civil Elementary; Dorothy S. Moore cial 1 driving class Instituted last O. Carlton, who was transferred 'the State of Florida and .will moving faster than expected. acity as expected In the summer
Award Day Rights Act of 1964. The trans- to Bradford Middle School; WIlyear In the vo-tech center, and to the position of prison attend St. Johns River Junior -Received notification that a of 1971 and the council still has \
fer will be reported to the U.S. TV driver training kit for College next fall. not
lie Mae Randolph to a special on a inspector with: the Division of new permit has been granted bought a new engine.
Set For May 28 Department of Health Educationand education unit serving both Lawthe same course. The three Corrections. She has been a Junior. for operation of the 12-inch "It's a stop gap measure for
Welfare as evidence of Brad and Anderson elementary trucks cost about $7,500. Cadot, and a Senior Girl Scout the time being with respect to
tey Turner ''has been employed drainage well in Sampson Lake.
At BHS StadiumThe ford's further TWL is Assistant Scout Councilman
compliance with schools. -Awarded a contract to the and now an an engine said
at the prison since August The letter from Air and Wales
HEW's desegregation edict. From: RIE Elementary: Corp. of Atlanta for an IBM com- 1953 and has been business Leader a member of the Fu- Pollution Control Board whlct Tucker, who has long proposedthe
for about $20,000 to be turs Homemakers of America, tie-in. Ha is not opposedto
second annual Awards "I d for varied student we'd like to find out," said Cas- lie Price.both to the Bradford- used in the data processing Chorus Club Junior. Honor wells, was addressed to Clerk buying a new engine but Is
Day( program course offered by the vu-tecli Society, Drama Club! Future opposed to present bond rates,
activities at Bradford ey Tuesday when. asked If, In Union Vo-Tech Center;ErnestineThompkins 1963.Turner will be succeeded fis A.J. Thomas. Ortngtnal permitto
his opinion, the would to Bradford High; center. TWJ Corp. purchases Teachers, Math Club and Tucker said.Tucker .
held in moves operate the well was ussued
High School will be (business manager by J. R.
used IBM erpilpmeat' reconditions also repeated his opin-
Thurs satisfy lIEW's compliance re- Mellonease McDonald to Starke Utile .Juno 12, 1931.
the football stadium quirements. HEW officials have Elementary, and Beulah Lennon It, and sells it as used. Ch&ntcen. Jr. ion that a larger engine that the
starting at 1:30:
daY May 28.
2,000 KW recommended by city
promised legal: action by the
U.S. Justice Department' If school BY engineers, should be purchased.
p.m.Prior to 'the program don districts are not in full com- > rwa 'resxrrr.' h SUNLAND ESCAPEE 16 m'-'X:::::: :::::: ::::::::::::::: .:c Questioned by Tucker Hennan

ors of awards to the outstanding pliance by September. said the city Is In a financial
students! are Invited to position to afford an $800,000
Casey say he feels the
have lunch at the high bond Issue. It could go $1 mullion -

school at 12 noon. Hennan said, but the fiscal -
Man Treated Deputies Led On Wild Chase agent said he wouldn't like
to see the next Issue go beyond -
a the city present bond ex-

1 t'81r r" I If After WreckA A 35-mile high speed& chase It was Edge blowing his horn the oCCUpa'.1t' of the fleeing ve- the road preventing any such pincer movement on. the four- prlation"Good date prudent of 1999.planning would

h took place last Wednesday Dempsey said. laned US-301 but he came closeto
May and pointing to his stolen car hicle. maneuver say stretch this one over the
> 13, when a 16-year-old escapee that attracted the attention of Traveling between 75 and 90 From: Starke to Lawtey "We running Dempsey's car Into life of the existing bonds" Hen-
? Starke car salesman. Walter from the Sunland Training Cen- Deputy. Glen Moore who was at mph the two sheriffs deputies tried t.) flash him down, to cutaround Waters' Grocery. nan said. He also said on an
Arthur Alvarez, 35, was ter In Gainesville! !led two Brad- the Branding Iran Restaurant on stayed on the tall of the 1964 him and everything we "Lawtey Marshal M.M. Jor- $800,000 Issue at 7 per cent
slightly: Injured l May 8 when ford deputies on a wild rideto Temple Ave. in Starke, Deputy Chevrolet all the way to .Jack could think of but he kept righton dan Joined In the chase and I for 20 years, the city would repay -
1)r) dotun (Srier Jiis 1969 Chevrolet went out Jacksonville. John Dempsey was at the court- sonville. Repeated attempts weN burning up the road," Moore called for assistance ahead and over twice the amount of
of control and turneJ ,over 3.8 Bradford lawmen took up the house further north and Joined mad ror one man to get ahead says. contacted: Jacksonville police. the principal.

I FISH FRYSaturday I miles south of town on US- chase in Starke and the youth was in the chase. Neither deputy had of the fleeing car, but the youth At Lawtey the two deputies Meanwhile the escapee was running Questioned by Councilman Nolln -
:3d. finally stopped it Cassatt Ave any way knowing anything about swerved back and forth across tried to stop the youth: with a people off the road, so finally Hennan also read out engineers -
Alvarez was treated and on Normandy Boulevard' Jacksonville when all other efforts to
which show It
May 23 him failed, we were given figures
Bradford stop
released: from the when he attempted to would cost about 20 cent
From 6 I'.M. Till County Hospital. He was crash through a road block set orders to shoot at his tires. per
charged with failure to have by city police. The youth, drivinga County Eves Timber TaxesNovember. "At Ma.n llle, the escapee 50 more per money cent for In the power city output.to gain
Sponsored by headed Normandy Blvd.
out on
his vehicle under control. stolen car, ran two road blocks Cost of a 2,000 KW has been
Hampton Elementary toward by the Highway Patrol and came and there were several near
Traveling been reduced oy about $10,000in placed at around $650,000 by
close to cracking the cars "We are feeling! a pinch' for head-on crashes which were a-
off up
School PTA Starke. the Chevrolet ran fact Figures from Elec-
the past two years, a
Continer's total tax bill, cov- voided only when the other cars
onto, the median of the Bradford deputies when money right now and ui.patd I im-
the pavement trical Engineer Gordon
unnoticed.A Priday
ering about 36,000 acres or land that has gone largely hit the ditch," Moore said.
Adults $1 they attempted to head him off. ber taxes are a big pert of It,
According! to of Smith and Hills
strip. suit by the railroad naming Reynolds, ,
In Bradford $5"
County was ,153 Dempsey fired threw times :at
He failed to. stop even when Commissioner Ralph Bryan observed -
Children 50c K. O. Etherldge AI- Railroad Assess- place the additional cost of a
: Trooper Kelly the state
the Bradford deputies Glen A. at the mid-month board in 1909. The firm has paid a the fugitive's car, hitting the
\arez' lost control and the car ment. State Comptroller FredO. 3,000 KW unit at $125,000 or
little half of the
Moore and John over taxes. car twice, but falling with the
Dempsey, were meeting Monday.
Please come out andsupport skidded sideways ''to the left (Bud) Dickinson at defendants difficult high speed shooting with a total of $775.000, Hennan said.
ordered to fire at his tires and
1'1'\ I II to the right tar a dts- resulted In the reduction, Buying a larger engine now
your then
gas tank. Contacted: after the meeting, "The lawyers have got a good one hand to hit a tire. Moore
I c-,., I II tance of 542 feet. It turnedover The youth escaped from the Tax Collector J.R. Kelly said thing going here," commented Kelly said.Seaboard. fired once and knocked out the will not effect the city's firm
on Us top and came to Gainesville institution Wednes- that Container Corp. of America Chairman Zedra Hamilton on the Coastline was billed back window of the fleeing car. power Engineer Darold Cole,

I i Ibt (.!Jommunity I rest.Estimated day morning, stole a car belonging owes the county 923,082 In two court: suits! the tax hold up. $40,203 for county taxes In 1969' Jacksonville police finally answered R.S&H, told the council, but will
speed of the vehicle to Hugh Edge Gaines- 1968 real estate taxes and $25- "The wheels of justice grind the collector, but paid $GOOO radio calls when the chase effect it on the engine engineers
tate Ianh 1 1I was 75 miles per 'hour. ville, from a service station, 122 In 1969 taxes. The funds slowly! Board Member Halph less as a result of the court reached 1 the Cecil Field area. propose purchasing In 1973.Firm
the trooper ald. and started north on US-301. are being held up In two property Bryan stated. action. The railroad's 1968 tax Meanwhile the FHP had Joined power Is that available with the
I _Nw u..d u. I bill reduced about $4,000he largest unit down, thus a 3,000
T.OO.OOOk* Edge saw his car being stolen, assessments suits which The tax collector also pointed the chase and two more attempt-
tttm o..w. __c-: borrowed a car from a friend, have been before Circuit Judge out that taxes paid by the noted, making a total cut
of approximately $10,000. (Continued on Pge Pour' ) (Continued on Page Jeer)
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Shower Given and prizes awarded to the
.. Shower Given -winners. The hostesses pre-
Y'y'i r 4
.c'C For Miss Barksdale For Mrs. WatersMrs. eent.ec1.&he& bonoree 'with ..

At Colson Home I play, pen In memento of the

a "',1Wr, I : Danny Waters 1rM oooaaion.

Min Bobble Sue Bartcsdale, !\"'i I'i.,,..:. complimented at a ft' :rs rw. Refreshments. were served
night. May from a table centered (with a.
!bride-elect, 'was honored!! at a er given Thursday
C (bridal shower last. Friday: :\i 14. by Mr. D. A. Jones, Mr small decorated. pink parasol
ii: night given by Mrs. LaRue Clifton: Smith. Miss; Linda Morgan standing in an arrangement

Williams, Mrs Mart Moody and Mrs. Lecn Starling iDf mixed flowers.Approximately .

or..I {,ipilxpi."t and Mrs R. A. Colson at the At the home of stirs la'ter. 25 gueafcs at
Mooty Phone 964-7608 home of the latter on W. Madison ;- Several ganrfjs:' were played: tended.

Street. t
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\ 1tr.1 ""dtr&i ra I afh daisies In the and party roses rooms.were The :used refreshment -r You Deserve The Best .

table 'was covered

with a Madeira cloth and centered

Mrs. Sanders Installed As PresidentOf with an arrangement of CAP and GOWNPORTRAITS'

spring flowers flanked by sll.
Woman's Club At May
vet candelabra iwith plnJe I I

Fair Lady" was the themeof Lovom: who oi.v "I'll Ncvsr tapers.One game was played during Told
the Starke Wo- an's Club :annual Fall in Love Again." accompanied Friends of The Library Install the evening and the prize

May Breakfast held Saturd-iy by Terry King on the gui- New Officers Tuesday NightMrs. 'was awarded, to Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs\ David C.
noon at the club house. tar. Miss I-ovorn and Mr. King Watson HI. Brown of Hampton announce

Miss Della Rosenberg president are from Keystone Heights. The hostesses presented the engagement/ and approaching -
Mrs. Elmer Norton ..tfsonvllle. lCI- Oscar Davis. assistance 'with marriage of their
greeted members and T. A. Yawn (center) projects Mrs. James Lawson Miss: Barksdale with the sugar
'guests and presented them to district four directs was installed as J p es! :bait I cJ Junior Woman's Club Bradford bowl and creamer to her daughter: Catherine Dlanne.! . .a
the receiving<: line formed in front coiH'icted a candle lighting ceremony ; to Edward L. Davis, son of
Friends of the Library at Ute chosen china pattern as a
of the fireplace In the lounge. installing! Mrs. John San ; County Telegraph and Edward J. Davisof Bolne
annual meeting held Tuesday memento of the occasion.!
The mantle held an attractive ders president; Mrs.Olin White radio station WPXE publicity City. Mich. and Mrs. Ellen
night' other: new, offlceafc; !Installed ; Bradford Education, Association Among the 40 guests' were NATURALLiving
arrangement of day lilies filad- first vice-president; Mrs. M.A. White of Wllllston.
at this time were Mrs. Mrs. Robert Barksdale, mother
loll, and daisies. In the receivIng Payne. sue+md: vice-president; : City Council and The couple are both employed
D. W. Whlffen (right) vice of the honoree Mrs T. R.O'Brlan. .
Mrs County Comlmlrslonsrs, for Color
line were incoming p-esU: Joseph Wenshi' corresponding at the University ol Florida. ;
dent Mrs. John Sandars; newly' : secretary; Mrs. A. Russell president, and MrsT: L. L. financial support; S'a-ke: Ro- mother cf the bride .

elected president of the Junior Norman, recording secre- Fullwood secretary -treasur tary Club record club sjbscriptlon groom-elect and Mrs. C. O. SILVER AND ;

Woman's Club Mrs. James It. tary; Mrs. Willie Mae Denton er.Certificates : and Library Building Barksdale grandmother of GOLD TONE
Lawson; newly elected presidentof treasurer. At the conclusion of of apprelatlcn Fund Committee obtain- the' honoree.

the Little Women's Club Miss the ceremony, all me/nhiTS and for services rendered during ing site for proposed new """""' "--_..__.- Lottie Moon Circle Proof.RetouehlngFRAMES :
Robyn Warren: ; out-going offi- g.l11\ r.*JI!: lighted o.i.id es In the year were presented to: building.: Has PicnicThe v ..

cers, Mr9.Wa"reaWlnklerMra! i : toast: to the newly: sleeted officers Joe Kerrigan Senior C.tizsns: : : Receipts from the annual .. Family

Olin White. Mrs. Fate Brown and: a pledge of their sup Mrs. Barbara Norman, Beta Book Sale were presented' by circle of I
Mrs. Hazel Bitch Mrs. M.A. port and loyallty; to the club. Sigma Phi; Freeman Register the Friends of the Library to Lottie Moon had

Baldwin Jr., and past presidents After the ceremony Mrs.Mld- and Community State' the library at this: meeting( the First Baptist Church Saturday. PHONE 9647271THE
Mrs. W.E. Middleton: and Mrs dletoi: a ]past president, presented Bank, sponsors of fair booth; for the purchase of new a family picnic
Tlio'ma \fdl> .d. Alrt. Sti.iJit'i nor' preV.djnl's : City of Starke employees and books. afternoon at the home of Mr.

Miss MtrthSue MuCainmis- pin, and Mv. Guv: Sa'e! and Mrs. John Greene at BEST COMES FROM
tress of ceremonies, give the also a put president, presentedto -- --- Camp Blanding.The .

welcoming address and Mrs. Miss Della Rosenberg a past Beta Sigma Phi Elaine YoungbloodTo '8LawrenceNail!;" 56 guests attending> en-

Leona Foster, the invocation. president's pin and also a silver joyed swimming and chicken
Miss McCain Introduced the attending water pitcher, a g>tt of tho Installs OfficersAt Wed June 20; ''el followed by grilled ULLINGTON STUDIO I '

past' presidents: : Ms 3. cu': ). Miss Ciml." Sirick'aiid'! outBoJntf Slade HomeBeta Honored At ShowerMiss dinner and homemade Ice I II
W.E, Mid eOn, 19 :)J-:::!, ::9'.tt-: prjsldvi; >f the Little Woman ""' .. cream. II I

31; M-s. Thelmi Moidou' 19.1J-: presented! to the club, on Sigma Phi sorority Elaine Youngiblood' and I
30; Mrs. L.A. Canova 1936-37; behalf of the Little Women, two held an Installation of officers. : Jr.
Mrs. H.C. Ritch, 1943-45; Mrs. silver compotes, and to Miss Monday May 11, at the homo George Anthony Kennan
E.K. Perryma.1: 1915-46; Mrs. Rosenberg, a personal gift. Of Mrs. C. W. Slade with will be married on June 20 atB PEN SUNDAY TO 6 P.M.

R.A. Green Sr. 19'15-IS< ; M-s. Mt Tiber* ur tin kittle! Wo:nen's Mrs. Billy lodge as co-hos p.m. in the First Baptist
C.H. Nasworthy. 193253Mu.: : Club served !n t waftre-Jias; and tess. Church In Hampton with a STARKE PLAZA

J.W. Kincaid, 1953-55 Mrs. A.' Mil Robin Wurren was' pajre.Mvi. ] New officers Installed reception following' in 'the
; were:
Russell! Norman, 1957-58; Mrs. Sanders conclude! the president: Mrs. J, M. Norman; church recreation hall. All. Open All Day Every Week.Day Friday And Saturday 7 p.m.IT'S .
breakfast with words of friends and relatives are invited
E.A. Hall, 1962-64 Mrs. J.A. encour-
; Vice-president, Mrs. Phillip Told
agement and hope for the club to attend.
Griffin 1964-65 and Mrs. Guy '
; Clark recording secretary
during the coming ye:>\r. Miss Youngblaod 'was honored -
Sale Also
1966-67. introducedwere
:Mrs! T. J. Tyre; corresponding at a miscellaneous showerat Mrs. Ann Brown of Jacksonville -
Mr. and Mr.1. Elmer Nor-
secretary, Mrs. Grady
announces the engagement -
ton, John SandMPi.' i.IJ*-or-to"Nt. Shower Given Ovettetreet; treasurer, Mrs. the 14.Hampton City Hall onMay and approaching marriage l

guests, and prospective: members. Sidney Jackson: extension of. : of her daughter. LindaLaw1'ence.
For Miss Freeman The theme "Love in bloom"was
fleer, Mrs. Dyal.
the to George (Butch)
followed throughout
Day lilies sweetpeas, gardenias -
roses and magnolias were BrideElectMiss Miss Martha Sue Mcc n, Shower with decorations of Nail, son of Mr. and Mrs T. OErM M STORB
guest speaker a talk
used throughout the clubhouse. gave greenery and flowers centered E. Nail of Kingsley Lake.
Sylvia Jean Freeman, and demonstration on how to The wedding will take place
Two hand painted screens, o.io around a pool effect. :
.brld -elect cf David Wayne cw lingerie at homia. At the Lake Shore PresbyterIan .
entitled "Cherish the Past" and The door prize:: was won by
the other "Challenge the Kirkland was honored at a Refreshments were served Mr*. A. O. Hall and game Church on June 5 at 7:30
''bridal shower Monday: night, 'by the hostesses.The 'with a reception follow
Future painted by Charles Hall prizes were won by Mrs, Clto p.m.
stood at each end of the head !May 11, given by Mrs. JamesF. final meeting of the Hicks. Mrs. John Green, Sr., ing.
table. The auditorium stage was Putnam. Miss Vickie Lynn year will be held at the homeof and Miss Toni Stone. All friends are :Invited! to !

decorated with a brass arch holdIng Putnam and Mrs. Blake Jackson Mrs. W, H. Johns on Monday Sixty guests attended. Attend. 1' , arrangements of variegatedday at the Putnam home on May 25,

lilies and magnolias which North 301.

was the background for the en The refreshment table was '
tertainment.The covered with a outwork: clothand ::; THUR FRI SAT
centered with silver\ can '
head able: was centered 1U SALE PRICED GIFTS FOR tF
silver bowl dle holders and a crystal / r
with an antique
holding a spring flower arrange- punch bowl. The party' room ';{ r j l J' n

ment and on either end small was decorated with. bridal : I
dolls and bridal umbrellas. J V. &
arrangements; with smilax run- : r w li BRIDES6PC. .
Ing down the length. Hand painted Guests enjoyed !games': and + \
water color replicas of My refreshments between the !
r'f 4 f ,
Fair Lady place cards were usedas hours of 7:30: and 9 p.m. The ( '.' ?::. -r / :. wr A'ti,
hostesses! presented the honoree & GRADS ,
place markers. All tables r. w'J' 1 ar OUR REGUUR PRICES
were covered with white cloths. with an electric can
Other tables throughout the auditorium pener> .as a memento of the t r : I I4f
which seated four at occasion d OF $7.99 TO $13.99

each table were decorated with

arrangements of spring flowers Stork Shower STEREO /
and water color palpted heads
with fancy hats depicting Given by DKG MUSIC CENTER LADIES SWIMWEARChic
My Fair Lady. The decor- i
ative place cards ,tnd ladies For Mrs. VallengaMrs. new 2 & 3 PC. ensembles including

heads were created by Mr a.John j wet look Bikinis! soft bra sandwich suits
Haney. Phil Vallsnga was the and print rib ticklers, knits and other
'At the close of the breakfastthe honoree at a stork !shower 1 $12988value f favorites. 32-38.

hand painted heads were given Friday night at 'the have of

as door prizes. Mrs. R. R. Andrews on Ed. MENS SWIMWEAR
During the meal, members and ward's Rcad. The Bradford

guests were entertained by sev- County members of Alpha Nu AM-FM stereo multiplex radio X11
eral entertainers. Mrs. Jackie Chapter of Delta Kappa: : Gamma Our Reg.
= Pair of matched
Tanner Chapman accompanied: Society were hcatssses. speakers8track $200J

by Mrs. Canova sang selections During the evening games stereo tape player4speed $2.99
from My Fair Lady.-Miss Cindy were played with Mra. Delano .
Canova played several piano Thomas and Mrs. J. A. Gassy \.j turntable with cover \ ) Double knit swim ,trunks of

numbers and she and her mother receiving prizes. Ai"! Stereophonic headphone set GIRLS 1 s 100%nylon in bold new colors

Mrs. George Canova, The party rooms were decor. and stripings. Nylon mesh
played a piano duet. Also entertaining ated with day lilies: f-rn and t SWIMWEAR supporter. S-L.
was Miss Mary Ann '\ -
Barton of Jacksonville,first run permanent arrangements carrying 11 PC. ROSS KODAK 124 .. .. ,(
out the yellow and white Rep.3$1Bx.99 $1 66 .. BOYS SIZES
in the I
ner-up recent Strawberry .
color scheme. .
Queen contest, and the present DELUXE CASSETTE from $1.99
The refreshment tabl was 4p1 INSTAMATICOUTFIT 7-14 -
Miss Florida Rural Electrification.
Rag. $2.49 $2.00 r
white linen
covered with a RECORDER
Miss Uarton did a song '
dance, and piano routine. Mary cloth and centered with an \. Nylon stretch 1 and 2 PC. styles
Ann was accompanied at the piano arrangement cf day lilies! and '' in newest solids & fancies. NEWEST STYLES MENS
by her sister, Miss Dana fern in o crystal and silver $2880 L, s
flanked 'by silver $ ss
Barton. Following her on the epergne ;:. 15 f SPORT SHIRTS
candelabra holding tall yellow ...
program was Bradford County'sStrawberry ; 'tapers. Punch !was >served, $39.95 if bought .. BIKIH1 PANTIES
Queen, Miss Elaine our reg. $18.88
by Mrs. L. A. Canova from a separately -

Jordan-Allen crystal Gifts were bowl.presented to Mrs. Get push-but ton recorder Ii So easy to use. Black & white or Out Reg. 59C ea. 2 for f $7

Plans Vallenga from the hostessesand cartridge mike 5 bat __ color prints. Kit includes camera Solid wet look,printotpatchwoAdemion..
terns, AC adaptor ear flashcube battery & color film. .
guests.Methodist phone and case. washabl.' IOI
carry Our
Machine $3.99
!Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Jordanof tricot 8-V. ea.
Macclenny announce the Women's G.E. AUTOMATIC POLAROID Short d,..v.-P.na. prat
of their daughter ,
engagement ,
Choice olnaw
long col
Class Entertains point
Donna Elizabeth. to Benjamin CLOCK-RADIO COLORPAK II >t I.,. maxi collar, body ahtrta.ate. .
Franklin Allen III of (4y; It Solids I pl.id..te. Poly,
The Methodist Women's I f colion. SXL.WALK .
fitarlce son of Mr. and ;Mrs.B. $1388 S2588Big & DRESS
P. Allen Jr. Sunday School Class gave a rte.es '.\ .IS SPORT
dinner and linen; shower last :l"" x 4V! color
'will J5e
The wedding per
Tusday! night at th Holiday Wake to music automatically prints in a minute or FABRICS, SHORTS
formed. at 8 o'clock in the
Inn honoring:: Mrs. Mike Trouble-free, solid state circuitry, black & white in seconds. .
June 20. in the
Smith of Gainesville a recent our reg. $2.99

Christian Fellowship Church bride. SOLID STATE r '" AM-FM Full cut Ivy modal)
fit Macclenny.A Mrs. X. M. Smith of Starke .,. 69C yd. $ 1rds.l } In choica of ..olld.or .
reception -will ,be held nt PORTABLE RADIO PORTABLE RADIO our reg. 2 $233 plaida. farm
of the class and \ ;
the Woman's Club following a I j p,.... H__.' faari-
mother-in-law. of the honoree ..I Tremendous selec Ion color. 29'$2.prints. .
the !.,
ceremony.Duplicate was among the ten membersof. $966Plovs __ $1788 bone In solids and ,. .>..
tM class" enjoying the occasion. U/CS wIdth '
Bridge on batteries or electricity. Plays on batteries or electricity '-

Winners NamedMiss Sanders-Locke

Norma Canova andJ.tJte Engagement Told our rag. i!
Wafer were 'winning WALTHAM-HELBROS l./

couple at the Duplicate: Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sanders W9SALE\ [p'UiiflI'l
Club Tuesday night where five announce t'Ja apprachlnj: 17 JEWEL' $ 88 REG. $
b9 o GALEY & LORD '
/gables were In play. marriage of''their daughter ;, N.r .( SAVE ; JMijil -

TleUiij< for second place were Peggy, to Ronnie Locke son $10tp MENS SLACK ,
Hamilton and Lockeof $3995sallars
Mrs Sherrod of Mr. and Mrs. Huey
Mrs. !M. A. Baldwin Jr. and Panama City
Mrs. Lucllo: Davie and Mrs. The wedding wUl take place 12" l sand $2.66 Reg. $ 6

Hilda De,.. Saturday.: May 30, at 8 p.m. in Perfect for the $6.99Spring
The club meets every Tuesday Bethel Baptist Church with a graduate and / .
night at 7.30: p.m. In 'the reception followng: an the sport mens models. Some Instant-on solid state all channel reception. press .plaids- belt- perma
ivy loop
Pratt Street Recreation Center church recreation hall.: calendars, Gift boxed, 1 yr warranty on tube, parts and labor model 29.38.Gladys .
and Is open /to the public. All friends and relativesare

invited to attend.




C i; k;;; P9fst For Bridal Linda Shower Stone

Allis; of June Linda 27.Same was: honoredat r.Ideelect mwtira.

a bridal shower' on May 2
given by Miss Sylvia Smith at '

Miss Jean Mundy of Rock Hill. Sgt. Bruce O. WoWln,grandson Gene Pass and son of tier home on Ralford Road.
S.C. Is visiting her mother,Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wohlin Mrs. N.C. spendingthis Arrangements of pink: and

W.B. Mundy, for three weeks. has been discharged from the Fayetteville week with, her mother are Mrs. L red roses were used inthe/
Air' where he served for
Force party rooms. The refreshmenttable
Mrs. Addle Wheeler of Tart four years. He spent the past Betty; Crawford. t was covered with a pink rNnm

is spending this week with Mr. year In Vietnam. Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes vis- Jlnen, cloth and centered with you
and Mrs. W.F. Herlong.' The of pink
an arrangement
Local admittances to Bradford ited Mr. and Mrs. N.G. Hayesin
Herlongs had Sunday visitorsMr.
as County Hospital this week Include Brooker on Sunday. roses.
and Mrs. W.H. Stamm.. ,rand Games were enjoyed< by 'the
: L.D. Green, Mrs. Viola 4-H Club Girls
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Her- Whtddon Mrs. Jeanette Waters Mrs. G.E. McGauley of Palat- 20 !guests during the party Meet the winner.
long of Jacksonville, and Mrs.
her soninlawand Model Dresses
Mrs. Mildred Modling, Mrs.Joan ka Is visiting hours.
Corrine Purvis, Alton Purvis
Durrance, Mrs. Ethel Brantley. daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
and and Mr. and Mrs. Made
daughter Charlie Milliard. Mrs. Mavis Charles Hardy, this week. They Miss Vickie PutnamIs
Bill Purvis and daughters of
Goodge Starke; Randolph Bry
Gainesville.Mr. ant and William 11. PrIce Lake Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. Nita Modeling dresses, they re ComplimentedAt

and Mrs. J.G. Holtonspent Butler; J.R. Seay. Worthington Dyal/ Mrs. Ann Manning, Mrs. cently completed: In a 4-H .. .. -.-----.-"
Club Special Interest Group Bridal Shower -
Jessie Hall and Mrs. Alice Voy-
Springs; Mrs. May Ella Moody .,
Sliver -
Sunday at Springs. Hampton; and Paul L. Dinkins les attended the Church of Jesus are (from left): Ann Allen

Lawtey. Christ of Latter Day Saints con- Barbara Godwin Elaine Miss Vickie Putnam, brlde-
Mrs. Jettye; Hazen of Gaines- ference in Jacksonville Saturdiy. Pierce, and Kathy Taylor. elect, was honored at a bridal
ville was visiting Mrs. A.E. Mc- Mrs. Henry Richards Jr. and These 4-H members prepared shower Tuesday night. May $1970 $1285

Kinney on Sunday. daughter, Kathy of Albany, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Hoist C. Bean refreshments and invited 12. at the home of Mrs. Gerald
spent the past week with Mrs. Jr. and sons and Mr. and Mrs. their mothers to see and Tucker, 806 W. Pratt
Dr. and Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr. Rlcharde Sr. They were Joined Beall Sr. of Macon, Ga. are nmple than: taccompliilhments. : Street. Hostesses with Mrs. 1968 Cutlass 4 Door 1966 Dodge 4 Door Sedan
and daughter Anne, visited Mrs. over the weekend by Lt. Rich-
Wednesday to Sunday guests of > Meetings 'were conducted : Tucker were Mrs. Robert
Haynes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. arde. Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Gentry. in the Agriculture Center Autry. Mrs. Robert Brown, Hard Top, V-8 Engine, Automatic V-8, Air Condition Power Steering
David G. Scott in Atlanta over
the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Morrison under direction cf Martha' !Mrs. Al Crosby Jr.. Mrs. R. Transmission Tinted Glass Radio Automatic: Transmission Solid
of Indianapolis, Ind. are visiting Luke Stalllngs of Gainesville Sue McCain extension home R. Howell Miss Janice Moto-. Heater WSW Tires, Two Tone Paint White, WSW Tires. Nice Car.
with his
weekend grandparents -
Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morri spent the. Mr. and Mrs. Charles economic event Mrs. Luclle ley, (Mrs. Minnie Rhoden, Power Steering.
of Wildwood and Aubrey and Win- son this week. Godwin Is volunteer leader Mrs. Charles Schaefer Mrs.
fred Hazen of Gainesville were Dinkins. with this special: !interest Fred Smith. Mrs. W. M.

Sunday visitors of M.F. Hazen. Mrs. Tully Norman spent last Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Grider group. Smith, and Mrs. Ray Stone.
a patient in Bradford County week with Mr. and Mrs. Homer and daughter were in Orange Girls Interested' in participating Guests were greeted 'at the
Hospital. Sterns in Tavares. Park Sunday afternoon visiting in a 4-H Special, Inter door by Miss Mobley' and pre
Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Douville. est Group are asked to contact : sented to the receiving line $1895
Christa Moody of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Patz and the extension home economics composed( of the honoree her $1555

spent last week with her grand- family were visiting Mr. and Mrs. D.T. Farabee and Mrs. agent's office. mother, Mrs. J. E. Putnam
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mrs. Ole Lauritsen in New Port Jack Eaves spent the weekendat and Mrs. Blake Jackson 1966 Olds Vista Cruiser 1967 Rambler
Alkire. Richey over the weekend. mother of
Hollywood Beach attending the the bridegroom-
Given V-8, Air Condition Automatic Transmission -
---------- WSCS annual meeting at the Diplomat Fem.
Hotel. They were guestsof For Mrs. TisonMrs. The refreshment table was Station Wagon, Luggage. Rack. 3 Power Steering.Stereo Tape

FLEXNIT INTRODUCES friends and relatives while covered with a lace "cloth' Seat, Power Steering Power Drakes, (Player Real Nice

there. Harry Tison was cone over yellow linen and centered Automatic Transmission.

A GIRDLE and BRATHAT'S pllmented at a stork showee with an .arrangement of
Mrs. N.L. Woodburn Is under last Thursday night at the yellow Fuji mums:. :! and pom
intensive care In Ottumwa Hospital home of Mrs. Jessie. Ricks on poms. This: 'was ,balancedtoy ,
AS SOFT AS YOU Ottumwa Iowa followinga W. Pratt Street. Hostesses: two silver candelabra, hold

.. .,. ,. ., heart attack on Sunday. Mrs. with Mrs. Ricks were Mrs. ing yellow tapers. Miss Pat
--" "" "
,1 ',";;;7- ,,/ Woodburn and son Lonnie, bad John Kenny', Mrs. Don Jerkin Underhill, presided at the $2690 $1388
A :;':. r tl' /1 flown to Ottumwa on Friday to Mrs. A. D. Whitehead punch bowl.
,'; visit her mother Mrs H.R.Mat- The hostesses1 presentedthe
Sr., Mrs. Woodrow Thomas 1965 Chevrolet Impala
f thews. While Mrs. Woodburn and
";", and Mrs. Owen Alvarez Jr. honoree with the platterto 1970 Road Runner
I her mother were shopping on
It i Sunday Mrs. Matthews became The white lace covered refreshment her a remembrance chosen china of 'the patternas 2 Door Coupe Floor Shift 383 Cu. 2 Door Hard Top V-S, Automatic
< occasion. -
suddenly ill and died.Mrs.Wood- table -was centeredwith in. V-8, Radio Ralley Wheels Like Transmission Power Steering, See
an arrangement of
burn stricken with heart
was a
This One.
attack following her mother's rosebuds Approximately 35 guests New Wide Oval Tires.

i death. Mrs. Matthews was burled Games were played by' the were invited to call (between'
f on Wednesday. 99 !guests during the evening the hours 7:30: and 9:30: p.m.
; ------
j.j.1M and prizes awarded.

It,, ''. 1 Mrs. Bruce L. Davis of Arcadia "The hostesses presented the
.."iI. i'( was a Sunday visitor of honoree with ia baby. .bottle
,f..";"vfyIftIi7" .:".i :oII4 ;' /.:/', '/1 \ Mrs. E.M. Davis. aet as a memento of the occasloo. $479 $1480
; : .

Mrs. A.W. Rummel of Valrlco
'i I.' "", '1 1h spent the first of the week with Brownies Give 1963 Dodge Dart GT 1967 Dodge
4! ', t sy
,,po'. :111M. ,"'f1' .. her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. New ArrivalsBradford
; Tea For MothersBrownie Trans-
1t"1i" I .. V-8 t Door Sedan Automatic
7''l't'; '' .. and Mrs. M.M. McRae. 2 Door Coupe Bucket Seats. WSW
"; mission. Power Steering, One owner.
," :,,' "I'" ," Tires! Power Steering, Baby Blue
i" .i,"i:<'1o" .' Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Stoner and Troop County: Hh.pttal/ Solid White, Real Clean Car.
y, ''fit"4M1i4,,,; ,, grandson, Wayne of Ocala were their mothers at a tea announces the following with matching Interior, Six: Cylinder
.1" $ / weekend visitors of Mr.and Mrs. last Tuesday afternoon at the
% George W, Brown. Methodist Fellowship Hall. William
Mr. and Mrs. Larry
The girls prepared
Hadlock, Clara a daughter. .
decorated. the table
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Yakle and
of Dunedin were Sunday over- with a law cloth centered Vicki Lynn. :May 12.
of Mrs. Margaret arrangement of Mr. ana :Mns. Irving Flpps.) $1242
night guests with an
Jackson. spring flowers. Starke. a daughter, Jeanie. $1420

i' d Scouting songs and gairtes Marie May 13. ,i
1968 Valiant
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran- 'Were presented. The mothers Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie earParker 1967 Barracuda

ham went to Auburn Ala. last were given pin: cushion: favor Jacksonville a daughter -
/ I Friday to take Mrs. R.L. Cooper 'that the girls had made. Peggy Ann. May 14. 4 Speed Transmission, Ready For 6 Cylinder Standard Transmission,
and daughters home, who had Mr. and Mrs. William R. For Real Economy See This One.
'" spent two weeks with Mr. and Girl Scout Troop 605. with Moreman, Lake Butter a son. The Track.

We use tricot. That's why. Mrs. C.L. Cooper.Enroute home !Mrs. D. T. Farabee and Mr!*. May 10.

Makes sense, doesn't it? the Branhams. visited Mr. and George Pierce leaders- will
Mrs. J.C. Campbell in Dothan. have a cookout and swim
A fabric so comfortable and Starke Shrine Club regrets
party at the Pierce cottage on
Mrs. Marvin Andrews of o- that Gayfc' Home Ap
smoothe be Santa Fe Lake Saturday.
you'll surprisedat on $1095
zark, Ala. was Wednesday to pliances was not listed! "with $1472
the support it gives."Givea.Little.Middle". Saturday visitor of her son-in- those donating ''to the success

law and daugher Mr. and Mrs. Fire Department of the annual: chicken dinner 1965 Ford LTD
Bra R.O. Dansby. The Dansbys hada last week. They should have 1966 GTOAir

Sizes 32A to 38C $4.50 to $5.00 family gathering Saturday which Auxiliary Nptice .been Included. Condition Power Steering, V-8. V-8 Engine Automatic Transmission. -
included Mr. and Mrs. Alto Carr Power Steering and Brakes
"TricoTreattt" Girdle and Mr. and Mrs. Roy. J. An- The Bradford County Volunteer Automatic Transmission, Beige with Power Windows and Seats, Air Con.

with new Triconette fabric, drews and family of Jackson- Fire Department Ladies Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- matching Interior, Bucket Seats, dition Dark Blue with Blue Interior
ville, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Auxiliary will meet Monday. elli visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ready
hose holding cuffs SMLXL. Carr of West Palm Beach Mr. May 25, at 7:30: p.m. at the Stefanelli in Jacksonville Try It,

Light control $8.00 and Mrs Micky Dansby of firehouse on Edwards Loop. last Friday. i
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Rod-
Full control $11.00If Mrs. Ruth Nelson. District
Hall and of Theressa
ney sons Vice President will attend Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs.
and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Byrdof A.S. Harrison attended the Fash-
either of these softies doesn'tmake the meeting and give a reporton
Ozark, Ala. Ion Mart in Atlanta Sunday to $1520
annual state conven-
you feel better than your presentBra Wood- the Wednesday. They were accompanied $388
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley tion held in Marait3v She by Mr. Harrison who
and Girdle, we'll give you your ard of Quincy were Friday over- will also install officers for 1967 Plymouth Fury III
money back. night guests of Mrs.Vergie Flynn the coming year. visited relatives. 1963 FordI
and Saturday night guests of Mr. All members> of the County
318, V-8, Air' Condition Automatic
We can't make it softer for you than that.925e and Mrs. Roy Roddy. Fire Department are Invited Mrs. Mike Smith joined Sl/C ,I Door Sedan, Solid Black, Red Interior Transmission Power Nice
Smith in San Francisco, Calif. Steering,
!to attend this meeting.Mr. Power Steering, Radio V-5,
Mrs. D.T. Farabee, presidentof where they will be stationed until Clean Car.
the Gainesville District Metho- September. Automatic Transmission, Excellen

dish Ministers Wives, was hos- 2nd Car
Sherrod Hamilton
and Mrs. -
V tess to the group Thursday. Following and sons Paul and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. James Barron
a business meeting In the had as visitors during the week-
and Mr. and Mrs. N.B. ,
morning, the group went to the end, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Barren
and Bill
daughter, Patty, son, ,
1"aIZe6 State Prison for lunch and a attended their granddaughter of Daytona Beach and Mr. and I
of the Institution. of Tallahassee. -
tour Janice Hamilton's second birth- Mrs. Palo Lycayco $1659

Mrs. Corinne Alvarez Is a day party; In Gainesville; Sunday $1491
medical patient In St. Vincent's afternoon
Hospital. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair visited Dr. 1967 Chevrolet Impala

Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn and Mrs. Dan Jardine In Doug- 1967 Ford '/ Ton Pick-Up
Sr. visited their son-In-law and las., Ga. over the weekend. Station Wagon, V-S Engine Auto-

daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. Hus- \'-!5' ::1 t :Speed; Transmission. matic Transmission! Powe- Steering,

ton McClane, In Green Bay, WIs. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Chasteen Solid' White', Blue interior 2 seat.
GOOD NEWS MOTHERS last week. They were also sightseeing Jr. of Belle Glade were Thurs- Clean
: In Canada. day and Friday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R.V. Turner.

= Your Childs Portrait in

; Women are announcing (that,
I1tkdc! BEAUTIFUL Country Music in spite of what the fashion
ettablir'ament decrees, they
3, NATURAL will wear what they want. An

cuss better idea moil husbands Jones Eston Jordan Walter Alvarez
feel I. would be for themto
\ COLOR NEW RIVER BOYS wear what they have. Jim Lawson



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Chase. wright Hess property; in Hell- easement will be determined In at the Harvey McCarthy: : place :.;
Phone Charge Fiscal Action R/W Lines gronn. But Mrs. Hess' daughter a trial. The county has the rightto at Hellbronn. The Commission .
Society Meeting Anita W. Boles, now has take possession of the ease- has received numerous complaints :

(Continued From Pure One) Holding Up title to the property; although ment upon depositing the money about the high water In ..'
Tonight at 7:30The (Continued From Pig One) Mm. Hess bat reserved a life- with the registry of the court Heilbronn In recent ;years but
ed road blocks had failed. stand In 14 Set On EnpneContinued Ditch Work time right to live on the pro- The blocked drainage canal was had been powerless to alleviatethe :.j
Jacksonville lawmen estab- pany's a May reply -
Bradford. County His perty.; February situation until It finally decided -
blamed In the county's
by B.H. Overton PSC Rate
will meet In lished a roadblock at Cassett On 6 Circuit condemn the
torical Society May Judge George to ;
Ave. The youth didn't stop for Department, to a city inquiry ( From Page One) Work on cleaning out and wide- flooding for the rising, water
tonight L. Patten the order of
Starke library signed
the ditch at Hell- which drowned I 15,000 chickens
that either. Dempsey said,striking The following points were made ning drainage
(Thursday) :at 7:30.: the parked police cars at to the city: KW unit would leave the city; bronn Springs on the property taking for the much disputed ..;;
School Supt Tom Casey will about 50 nplv. His car bounced 1)) Florida State Telephone billing with the same amount of firm I of Anita W. Boles Is being held ditch. The county had maintained .
meet with the group to discuss back into the two Bradford cars, to the 1,267 Starke custo- power it has now U It went t: up by the County Commission! a drainage ditch across .
: the possibility! of using who were still on his bumper, mers during November and December out of operation. That does happen pending establishment: of the the property to Water Oak Creek.
of the .old county It was pointed out the 1966, But last the county was
a. portion damaging both slightly. A Jack of last year amountedto ; right-of-way lines by a surveyor. year
courthouse for the purpose .of sonville police sergeant. Randy 22277. Worthington engine has burnedup refused permission to clean out .'
starting a county museum.: four sets of valves and has Road Foreman R.E. the ditch and widen it across '..
White, was Injured In the roadblock 2) One per cent of $22,277Is County ;;'< ,5l :
Plans will also be made fora ( : though: not seriously. The $222. been down at times for repairs. Jones told the County Commission the Boles property, a distance ....',,f,.,., .",.,-'.;..'
field trip to the old John:> escapee was also Injured, but 3) Pole: rental fees Imposedby In discussing the FPL, tie-in Monday: he was ready to of about 500 feet. '5';, ::1. :; .

Kelly homesite at New River was being held in the Duval County the city; during those two Councilman Noun, who abstainedIn begin work on the ditch. But After much deliberation the .. .. "l..... ;;r
'believed to :be the oldest Jail pending disposition of the months amounted to $906. the vote on the Issue, repeatedly Chairman Zedn Hamilton asked County Commission moved last StQs' .
frame structure in the coun case. 4) The $906 exceeds the $222 asked "What emergency?" the foreman to hold up until month to condemn the property.;

ty. Other historical landmarks "Potentially ono of the most allowable by $684. could occur prior to the summer he and Surveyor Merrill Mc- The order of taking containsa -" ; ..
will be visited In the dangerous situations we've ever Thus, FST would be permitted of 1971 that would make the city Millan establish lines of the ease- stipulation that the county; do.post .:'.+ .
to increise its ment the county obtained In an the sum of $2.000 in the ., < ,
New River area faced, said Chief Deputy Dolph charges by need the reserve power. Nolin .
All interested persons are Reddish of the wild chase. $684 to cover the two month: said he. would see a need for order of taking in Circuit Court. registry of the csurt before liking ::9:,. '... \ .

Invited ''to attend the meeting Damage to Dempsey's car was period, Overton pointed out. it In the four hot months a year The easement is on what is possession .of the land. ", .. .{: I
tonight, and also accompany estimated at $135 and to Moore'sat The phone company pays taxeson from now If power usage increases referred to as the Maude Waln- Amount to be paid for the J...' .f./... ;,

tti !croup; .oa the field trip. $30. Several Jacksonville an assessment which this as expected. KOTICB or TAX SALS ,' :....-
police cars were also damaged. year amounts: to $388,600.It Councilman One Wiggins "', ..
Rodeo Is haraby arm that on th. 2nd "day of June, 1970 .t Lavtar. .
Is operating under a 30- called the FPL tie-in the first Oointr" or Bradford, 3t.t of ftortiU. T.r 5.1..rtlrla.t..ill b. molt ",.
Pace the following aaaorlbao' land. to pay the roust duo for taro h.r.tntat
Legal on
year franchise granted by the step out of the power business. oppoalta tho _... tot.tn.r alth .11 ootto of ouoh _1. ond all ..5.T -
MOVIES city on Aug. 19, 1958 to H.A. City; Clerk Merrill Edwards ,. .L alA..
(Continued From Pace One) Bishop Sr., president of the for- cautioned the council about going Dowrlptlopof .Aaount of a

of Governors resolution urging "Jenny," playing Sunday.: mer Starke Telephone Company.The Into another bond issue. Ex- Locd 0..... ond eo... ,.1
action: 01 the county zoning code Tuesday at the Florida Theatre franchise does not contain penses would go up $80,000 to
was: read to the Commission by is the mcdern love awry provisions which cover the $100,000 per year, he said. City WOT OP BAILKaD

Clerk Inman Green. The reso- of a young unmarried pregnant joint use by the city and phone Income is increasing at a rate lot 6 UooH 7 M a oooi.by )0.10
lution urged the Commission to girl. company of utility poles. It does of $39,000 per year and the
It aarai in MW Cop Ik of Nit of Rot J I Woll ".60 'Li "
give the proposed zoning code A space-tacular is set for not Include any renumeration to city now is spending every centit
top priority. /the Florida Friday and Saturday the city In return for Bruiting takes in.Hannan lot 3 ott'o sID bit of aa J I Wall 2.60

"We've had It top priority for : May 22.23, with "Mission the franchise.The although he hasn't M 64.66' of Blk Ik Clifton ,........ :19.60 ..
a long time, but we're not getting Mars" .story of man's first. city does\ however have owned his firm until recently,
the right to out the local Dt... Lot 7 axoapt S 200 and Con :
anywhere; with it, Chair- buy handled the city's 1964 bond refunding J
:trip to that planet, and "Jour su Car 01. Lot 7 I on 3oo LLn. to
man Zedra Amilton noted. telephone system at the end of program and an $800,000 B.r 200. II fcOO W to FOB ....". I.
ney to the Center of Time. .
300 Dart Canaan D..15II
30 years, but that will not be iU 4
sewer expansion program which
.P. rL'. ii;!!1"X" .
until 1988.Cash. io
totaled 2085000. He also loon /A7 Marrtn ao.t.r 117.35"I

I .'1l\\ handled bonds for the 1966 pow- .t pt 70' w of MM cor st. Std ;
er plant expansion of $650,000.In toko M. H 60' V 30' a 60" to
Stolen L." ATI I JO' to Bag Karrln Bo alar 19.03Arthur ,
KNOW YOUR f1 addition, Herman has also
handled bonds for the new county lour or LULIIOAD
rI $85 in cash 'was stolen from
F courthouse and county school lot 8 t Horn ton 19.83
Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports oa
FURNITURE r5: '.1 Call and Court Streets some programs. we of Lot lOA Jo/oa Spell 9.83

time over the weekend l, accord LoU 8, ,9, 10, 11, la Blk 13 Mlnnia JohnaanBald
'.., ing to the Starke Police De Spring Sports 11.20

: partment.The Lot 7 Ilk 13 Johnnla fo.l.r 1.60

By BILL WILSON iI.... 1 Banquet Set Lot 2 SiD Lot 13Co _".1 RadloK 1,60 ;-d.
break-In occurred
8W Car Lot 15 run Nly alonr WBdrr
1 sometime between: 6 p.m. Sat- Friday Night Lot 15 200' to B.t. Nly W earl
THE QUEEN PLAYED urday and 8 a.m. Monday 62,73' Qr 165 HIT 165' to B.. Joyaa Ualk.r ,.@o r

morning. Lot. 12, 1) S/D Blk 16 .. t 390' ,,
4 of Lot 13 Oao. Bro n ?.?
CARDS ON SUNDAYShocking ; Bill Koss, former TJnlver.

slty of Florida fcasketballer. at of I 75' or 175' or 3 174'
f: will speak at the annual sit 17 walt.r Nmd.rrn -
) 10.80
The idea of the Queen playing]
Spring Ail-Spcrts Banquet tomorrow
cards on Sunday was positively Rcandjlous., ] U K C oo K4 Cor Lot 1B. of Or Rd 3
(Friday, May 22) 274' I ,ltO' N 274' 3 'jOlt' X 60'
rq.Da'k; in the 18th Century gaming was all \': n:ght. H 9'"* 120 to *.. boh.n Auxin 5.80

$? the fashion in England but the Court ,It Lot 125 Mil bv 10U HAS Lot 17 Mpbal and Aaron,
whispered when Queen Catherine of Bragjnia tl The banquet will: honor all oI""L,,. 2.20

.a / was discovered in a card game on participants in the Bradford H 160' or N 376' Lot 17 "..bel and AaronJantclna .
basketball' baseball.)
Hsh; : : 3.20
', t the I Sabbath.I I .;
track, and:! golf programs.
..1. Co. 34 Cor Bilk 17 Bun N 100' forBar .
1 80' N 174' 4 00' 3 174' Litzi ta.tnn
Ask ... "..03I
,... The program will begin at
.. ;'",' 7 pm. in the BBS cafeteria. Lot 27 J Aldaraw 1.60taatar Your Key To A Sound Financial

.I.%... .K,!'. Charles', Lot 29 Randolph 9.85

"* or N 335' Lot 30 'L..r handolph Z.10

t.I";;; Eiurliih tablr with hingrd '! r f, E. THE BRADFORD 3 165' Lot 32 Jaaala L'. B.rbar 2.10 Future Is To Be Found Here!
top and pull out let
Ii" Ida Butliarford *..10Alin
.! ; COUNTY TELEGRAPH lot 101 and 45
C' .
: I Lot 22'*' N43 on K and 257 He Son
I ; Published every Thursday w by 100' un. in Lot <>2W and M T FREE FREE
La* 12.30
About This Question at 1.18 W. Call Street
\\'J : 1 *o. Lot It J BdMard' Jona 6.ft
u ,,
Starke Florida 32091
,.. 1lii "My outboard motor, boat, Co. ot pt 900' K of jl Cor Lot 52 "" Jar-Bottle Opener For The Asking. ..
)! Secoid "'0' N 300 Sly ti pt 200' a or
ill accessories and boat trailer class postage paidat 1i Cat Lot 51 s Jaaala bwidolph" ),l'D
s siS total over $1000 value but Starke, Florida
Co* at; Cor Lot 52 N 57B.2i M 100'
Homeowner 3 70' K 100' N 70' L>ttlior.llami ktl-
allow -
answer to the craze. Chippendale<< : my Policy Subscription Rates: I".30
( card t.ililc, for his rich.: a maximum, $500 loss
deigned ..
;h'IFa many In trade area: 15.00 per Lot 53 .ro. Jonas 15,60Ca.

I ?:: ('i.itroiM. The mo-t I popular was a table l payment on the aggregate yer; $2.75 six:: months. Int N Lin and iny H/J Hnil =
%:1 uilli Ic.uei lli.it folded, Uf2.iin the wall. equipment. Should the polIcy Outside trade road. pnr. to Rh 105 for pot, a
area: S5.S0per 105' a on S Lin. *lk 57 325' Npr ? bt% ... LOAN ASSOCIATION
endorsed to provide .. Vnlttd Bonding -
$3.00 six months to hH 105' to u 1
i year; e
i8' coverage to the full valueof Co. 25.50Lot = ......
i!i aj boating equip 2 Ott'o 3/0 Koala JohnaonSraa 5.60 "The Houf.olSavings" """-.._-_--_, 41 -
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BadcockFURNITURE ment?" Lot Y Ott'l SID Brown 2"." I

of.S'1 S} .,.;):. E. JacksonvilleBusiness ,., ..I 5-28 T.Jl Hra.OCLt htn.l aCTOR krddlan"
Charley c tty of L"wtar
,j and APPLIANCES ;:}Q

." ;9.:' JOHNS AGENCY '

"s,. i'hir I It \itn'leent/t/ ill n S"ri""i ,lr:,f,'1 131 So. Walnut St.
''f'.h;. i KIT ., Paul Berry C<. 'n'i"' ) Phone 964-5070
""' 'iI ;>\!"; ;;'I'l: :: .Wil.!. W.t.f:.::" WHY PAY MORE
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!S TORO !i Auto! Parrish Sales and MotorsSALES Service WHEN YOU CAN


Always Good Vied Can

Ml Laara St. Pb. 35S S4 BUY FOR LESS

Step Up To Quality Service Dependability SA ELECTRIC MOTORS

PEAVY Brothers
5HI'--25I "CUTB&SFingertip "

Start $ R 95 IENTS. Electric Motors

9 REG, $419.95 Sold Serviced RepairedGenerators
Starters Armature

elnlal5IEG. $ Rewinding.
Sale 995 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 -- C-
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: Liqiud Fertilizer FIIOA EST Fish Specials : WESTERN STORE $1.99 W.T. .


I DMa_ <. Swordtails 45c .

Buy 1 Ga. 4.98 Western Store

S 2nd Gal. .01 <539 t;. Call Street Jack Demosey- 35c : Western Cloth In. -- Leat.ner- SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES

Phone 964.574" food. S&ddl.. sad Trailer
Both For $4.99 Fire Mouth 39 c. CTart. It Sharon Petty 332 W. Madison St.

eo* S, Ed Wood 3S4-U1 Phone 9647701Historical
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and heau1ffut-d.r.4 hop b lMf I7oniqueJscotchganf

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.'. ... '.0: I I, .. 2 Door Tripl.Dr le
.. \ If-- .... 6/8 Panal rw
.. ---1--\t\ .f :: 'C -': S259.99
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-:- : y... -.1 _' JJ :. 11' :: J ; f Desk \.Minor .
.. l 'k ...e'lr' y.. r L- r }:: r '" $159.91 I ,
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f'; ;; :. ,-'- ;; "( ; I ::: 2 Orawar Nita

l F W .:.!r'.'! ? ;-- I. -' .' :-.k: J -r- w -t ) '';+ r/.; .r)r} 1,fd1U&:: .F '. ..../, ...,.. Ji 'rrs 59.95 Stand $99.59 ; :h
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tV ) back ahappard complamantary...t.... Chairon ,--Suit.... Tear / :':t::: 23CS .... t t. '. S Stombtndr
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.:: duMproof, center guidod drawer lurfaeam.23UJ High' 23TD {. I
::: '. prouuro woodgraln plaitic top

COMPARE AT $359.95 |s j Bedroom. Includes: $39985' I _.

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:. "S !Drawer Cheat CnmDere f 23N'
;:f.:i: ,- 23CD. Chairback B.d .t $449.91! 23RP 23VC
ISTAILISHED 1904 :! Hook on Frame
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r'I it iil I -cu i.rd: t ? If not come by and check on slime of our Name ;t AUTOMATICS! 4r a ; YES. .
Brand Merchandise. J.I.. r DISHWASHERS

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In our Appliance Department, here are a few of the brands that we I,

26AR 2BCR carry and service Hotpoint, Maytag, Norge, Westinghouse, Fed- i O I ; r

10 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator 14 Cu. Ft. TwoDoorREFRIGERATORFREEZER dens Roper Eagle. I r ; \
Only 24" Wide 43 Lb. Freezer e_ F
Slide-Out Porcelain Crisper 100% No-Frost
. Regular $169" 132 Lb. Freezer In our Living Room Department Kroehler, La-Z-Boy, Berkline, --.' o7Aw \ .

$189.96. With Trade Regular $'259 Devilltr; Johnson Carper Waynline Trendline. Some of these suites >>I

NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR COLORS $299.95 With Trade are all Scotch Guard Treated. -- '-- I..

10- Bedroom Department -- Broyhill Johnson Carper, Vaugh, Cole- MAYTAG AUTOMATIC WASHER _

U man, Florida Furniture, Kroehler, Unagusta. 2 5 Year Year Transmission Warranty On Warranty All Parts ;. ,

-=-=CSS l FIRST WITH THE FEATURES WOMEN WANT MOST Yon'II find a Complete line of Electronics at Badcocks --- Zenith, Water Lint Temo Filter Selector Sand Trap.Giant
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(R.hl, MAYTAG Halo.of.Heat"l.> DRYER

$ 149 95,! .. Claan LlghtaHouMhold: and Lock Timar, Indicator and Ovan ""...16.",".",..__ Give us a chance to get acquainted with you. Customer satisfactionis Gentle Even Settings Heat for Surrounds all Fabrics

EMU lata. ; :TImmi(:.mo,,..hl..nDnp Clock Surface Pant Unit Trim what we strive for. Also we give you service on what you Buy. Lint .Filter..2 Year Warranty 100%
With; r '
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wane.H.m.d Gletl Ovan / j 1L 1
\ White:: ", Avocado j7A
... 1/ Hope to see you coon. MAYTAG Wringer Washer 2 Year Warranty '
20" -;;;
$29995? 16Mt On All Parts Biggest Capacity Big a.. .

(CLot* ..u.........y y".................."'- ; ..,..,...."N.-.yil'or._ ,, YoI'...,.,_ Thank r ,.:;;.# Balloon, Rollers Trap Tub.Sand : ii\\ '
1100 Walt Surfaca UaiUC .;.@: ; / '
y claan owanMa AIle f 1. Makes Clothes
drip Cook Top ': : '.::
Brailvr. PanParcalain t::; BILL WILSON '- cleaner
Finllh g. B i owner I II I L

..,..Ji = r /tJ1. f I, $179.95 tI I OOWW 1,lI

MAYTAG Porta.Dryer"
Ir I ) \ Use It Anywhere
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( ) sr t In Like Toaster Needs
Westinghouse i .tt'} / Bcutcoclt': ) :' I No Special a
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'' .' LA-Z-LOUNGER sa'j ingorln $13995
stallation.MAYTAG .
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,; r:::: fEDDERS Sound. Berhr Dn'.n, F.ddert WMU Wh..1 WMbucnbDudAu' FIM,,.. ... I Y.nr WARIIANTt ON ALL PARTS :.::
'. -."" Super Quat Op.noon, 760' Dntchonel 'n SYEAR WARRANTY ON SEALED
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By : II .. aicnania Four way air' {11 law Adjultlbl.' =i' T ch ng 4 way air blow sound

REFRIGERATOR FREEZER :1::; l ::::::::; I tharfflottatHIVCnt. =a $28995' ;:.::
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}::$ OOAC 14 500 BTU Cool W'J$369 : '::'- DOC' 18,000 BTU MULTI RM UMtl3399! ;; j I
2SO Ik. Capacity w/M.ba''u"1' 14.000 BTU Haat .. 'I 21.l00 BTU MULTI DM UNIT/ )99.95 ;?}: Truo-To-Life Color I I Iwho. '
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Only F roater 32" WideSeparate ., A-' .. Copper ::: 5,000 BTU ROOM-SIZE UNIT I r y _-t I $; 23" V 1791 tq. In.l) I!ii rr I

Tarnporataracontrail :::: Flat I c_ InatallationTwoSpMd j-IJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIUU/1111I1i/ +:,:! Remote Roctangwlor Central Picture I ,
for "| Regular 499.95 r. : 1h / 8,500 BTU REVERSE CYCLE ;::;; Ready r '
ator anrf ;reaier }r Air C Trade-In r: h.,mOl tal 149 I sp.a $44995* Trada Allowance: SSO.OO :& I I ( I+ .;t'i.'I :::: IMrgror.dCieuHry, 1
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Lead Men's Softball,: Two Teams Battle For Second Plaza three innings holdng a the 2-1 score lead after was 6th Starke Invitational Softball TourneyThe

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tied 3-3 at 'the end of four.
WINN DIXIE 9 Each team Clearwater
PROFS 7 STARKE UTILITIES 14 the with six Invitational Softball Tournament along with. Savannah -
base hits. Fred Wheeler pacdW. LAWTEY 4 fifth. came up Savannah' Thomfepon Sport
Winn Dixie with a record D. going threesfor-four; On Thursday. May 14. the LAWTEY II runs in the sixth inning; and will! be held! at Westslde ing Goods (formerly Fountain and Gainesville> > will fce
of two wins and six losses including two triples.! Ron undefeated Rebels took the Starke Utilities'' rallied !In H looked At that time like Park in Starke Thursday Marine). Gainesville tabbed as the 'tourney favorlte -

were not overly Impressedwith Davis: 'was the top hitter< for field looking for victory num- the final Inning to gain a Mad.'.9OJStreet Baptist WAS night through. Sunday. after Southern: Air and Gainesville : 5.
The Profs. 4.4 record Profs with a two.forthreererform3nce. ber eight with f wtey< providing come from behind!! / win! over down and out. They and pulled. .off a 9.7 upset the opposition! and on hard luck Lawtey.: down but not out 'because! In The softball event :is an annual : Ormond Bench Optical Opening round O schedule ;
win. this night Lawtey /was a The winners had 16 base :the bottom of the sixth they tourney sponsored by the Titusvile First National Thursday.: May 28: 7:30: p.m.
:rrrrrrr.err....rrrrrrrr..............**.-: tough obstacle for the Rebels.' hits and were led< by Bob!: Patterson scored one run and in the Starke Recreation' If: part- Bank, Palatka Merchants Garden Restaurant vs PalaUca. j

The league leaders gained thn-e-for-four. Lawtey seventh the church team had ment! and features a draw of Clearwater Crystal Lounge. !Merchants 8:45: pm. White
.. the victory 9-4, 'but it was no had eight hitsCUNNINGHAM. Plaza holding on for life as twelve teams. The tourney Is Lake City Hunter Motors. Lion vs! Southern: Air 10 p.m. i
0 easy task. At the end of four> 14 they made a strong bid! to a double elimination affair. Sanford and Perry Lake City vs Ormomt Beach. <
rr innings Lawtey trailed by only STARKE UTILITIES <4< win the (game comling up with Teams' participating! are as The Garden Restaurant Is I I II I
r .. run, 54. then the Rebels Cunnlrtfliam Gulfs 'bate! five runs. _ _ I
.. .. one came up with four moreruns played found::! the May Target> In a pains The church team out hit thewinners .................................
: r to lead 9-4 but even then 18. rapping out .
and .
15.11 were paced
r 18 base hits and whipping !
: Lawtey was hanging: In there :Starke Utilities 144. by (Mark Craudons threo-for-: .

.. M the they sixth loadad Inning the and: bases It tooka In The City team started- na four. Greg Riherd Brown, Charles:each W COOL IDEA FOR SUMMERconaitioo .
though Blalock and Doug
O Gene Melvin' Ihoy: meant 'business;! .
catch by
I hits. Charles
taking a short lived chipped In two .
3.1 lead
to get the Rebels out of a real V
after, four innings before sue- Lundy and Dennis Pollock MBfe Mk .

jam.The winners rapped o.ut 13 after two Inntngs before! sue- were each two-for.,tour for .
: It's true ,thot Weight'WolChe'he' experience, the know-how, : ciimbng 'to the booming bats Plaza. .
''base hits led by Gen Rayburn's -
j has been commended by governors and 'the understanding' 'that' is so .of the leagues ,best hitting PLAZA 11 .
3 3 at
for night
perfect -
mayors and civic leaders from coast important In a really good : team. PROFS 8 .
: 'to coast We've even been honored weight) control' program No fods the plate. Gene Melvin was Each member of the Gulf The profs once agaIn fell .
and Inside!\ the
in 'the CONGRESS OF THE UNITED No pills, We actually help you one-for-one teams! starting behind and had t to play a .
: STATES not''to mention ,the re.educate your eating' habits : park homer. Lawtsy had eight .500 or bet'er baiting!!; owns a catch up game and once again .
S magazine articles' in LIFE,TIME You come to us because we're rr hits with Tom Tatum gettingtwo and that's tough. to beat. Tuesday night fell just a few w .
LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, ready 'to help you whenever : of them. Harold Davis runs shy.Plaza .
end Billy San-
: WOMAN'S DAY and dozens of you need itWhenever. ford had frwo-for-thre- then< scored four runs :
r other' publications you're ready ; PLAZA 6CUNNINGHAM performances Jin'/ in the fourth and three in the .0 $$4
S But'that's" not why you should callus. The one and : : 2 Watts was : pJ:
three-for-four and 'criffla fifth to knot the !tore:: at 88. THE
: come to us if you're overweight only Weight Watchers AS Tuesday: night May 12, Pla- twoforthrce.Cunnlnsham. Ray but the Plaza! scored three in :
You come'to us because'the Lodge caught the league's
n za the bottom of the fifth for the
: Weight Watchers' method is o : best hitting team! with cold will try to keep 11 run total.
.S luccois We've helped hundreds WEIGHTSWATCHERS ui j' bats and proceeded. to take those bats "hot" until the Plaza outhlt the Profs 16.13 Quiet One !
of 'thousands of people : advantage of the situation, nile of May 21. "when they and were paced!! by Kenny
S: 'throughout'the United' Stales' ann :handing Cunningham their will meet the league's best Jones' four-for-four. David. .
in, other' ports of the world'to CA) s defensive Compare Quietness,
second loss of the season. team the undefeated Bennett was two-for-three, for .
lose and if off/ : .
: weight beep Looks
Some hilling t<>m.lis'.nnl.nd Going Into this game Cun- Rebels. the Profs. Compare
r You come'to us because we have j program that t Morht I." rr .
ningham had teen avenging PLAZA LODGE 10 WINN DIXIE IB Compare Cost of
S 20 base hits per game but in MADISON ST. CHURCH 9 LAWTEY- Operation and .
S Call 473-3154 Toaay this one they could muster Plaza Lodge moved Its record Lawtey Recreation a team S
: There' a Weight Watchers class near you ir only three. to seven wins and. two that has had seventh! Inning i
: Starke, Pratt St. Recreation Dept. : At the end of two Innings losses synonomous with Cun problems all sensor did It BuyS .
Plaza led 4-2 .and for all prac ningham's 7.2 record by edging -
Mondays.; 7:00: P.M. starting May 11 : 'again Tuesday night. May
: tical: purposes that was the Madison Street Baptist 19. -- WestinghouseAir :
: Ask for'free brochure : 'ball game. Charts Lundy 109. Doing! into the final Inning -

: "nl,W.I....,"to'"I@"WI. OWI.M nI.11.1a,, ; wilthtti IwWanl, .Inltfruttanil'SI,W.'Int:,Wntnw11ntnuuu IM'twl( ;,I Wnn.,In c....M....0 '. : Kenny Jones, and Dennis The lass was the sixth for of play Lawtev 'was! lending! S
nloo' u-..? Pollock led the winners each the church team against the game 14-7. When the Inn- S -
..........................................: 11:0': 'nil two-for-three.! three 'wins. This game saw ing 'was completed they had

lot the ball game 16.14 as
Conditioners !
and nine runs.
Winn Dixie! had a total of

Wells AppliancesSales nt 21 base the plate hits and by the were Wheeler paced! 24,000 Bpi

brothers Jesse Fred. and i $32950 i
Paul who put .on quite a per t
formance. Jesse! was' four-for-
five Fred three-for-five, and
Paul three- or- had three home runs (inside!\
And Service .
the park) and a trine' while
brother! Paul had a Joule tri- .

ple and an Inside the! park' .

2 Miles South .. 301 Phone 964.6061M.. C. (Bub':>a) Wells, Owner Greg Dyal was! threeforfourfor
Lawtey. SLADEGAS !
Standings' : Rec. :Rebels. 8-0:
Plaza Lodge! 8.2: Cunningham -
D Gulf 7-2: Wlnn Dixie
And The Profs 4-6: Madison!

St. Baptist 3Starke: Utilitiei AND APPLIANCES !

getup ; / 2-6: Lawtev 19.
: Thursday May
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vs Rebels -
1 f1f.\& ;3 -;; : 9 p m. Utilities vs Mad. 332 W. Madison St. %Phone.. 964.7701 .

The arid St, Monday May 25: 7:30:
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night as spring football practice and Jackson, appear to be more
goes Into Its final stages. aggressive than last year and
A junior varsity game scrim- tougher, he says. The two qua-
HEIGHTS mage Is set at 7 p.m.Immediately terbacks, Johns and Murphey, Sales And Service
PHONE 473-3176: following will be a varsityscrimmage continue to throw the ball well
although mf; ofjame: and both run the club well.

Hurse.length, according: to Coach David attention Passing[ with Is still the QB's getting and much receivers 2 Miles South 301.. Phone 9646061M.. C. (Bubba) Wells, Owner

Next Friday, May 29, the annual staying after practice:
Seniors vs Varsity game to work on that. Dean Johns all Air Conditioning
the to
W & D TRACTOR SALES will wind up spring drills. and freshman Gary Melvin are We can give you correct answer your
Tornado griddurs are still also putting In time kicking extra Problems -- We can do the complete Job. All Electrical Work
"progressing very nicely, points, a weakness of the
Box 75 LaCrosse.. Fla. Ph. Alachua 462-2628 Coach Hurse says. last few seasons. and Otherwise -- 'No Outsiders to call in and we Service what
"We don't look that good butwe're Coach Mike Sexton, Chuck Ma- We Sell
OLIVER TRACTORS working hard." the Head son, and Hurse spent last week- --
10 DIFFERENT SIZES Tornado says. end at Auburn University lookingat
He singled out the following the new defense they will Install '
TOWN & COUNTRY GARDEN TRACTORS boys: :for veteranguarl outstanding; Gene performances Thr!,. picked for up the some 1970-71 good season.pointers"We We Have The Whirlpool, that will 1'Measure up to your Cooling

WITH MOWER ATTACHMENTS ris, split end Charles Wright, I think," Hurse said. From 7 to 14 Horse Power with Gear or center Fareloit McClellan, guard
Dennis Crawford, the two big Hampton Council Needs
Hydro Drive.
senior tackles Lyn Register and
Danny Jackson, fullback! Kelly Purchases Land
Implements Sidewinder Mowers Holland Forsyth veteran halfback Dale To .. ,. -. ,---", .
Transplanters, Cole Planters, Johns phey ,and quarterbacks Dean Johns Tim, fullback Mur- Enlarge Dump II '-:.___.' __1.;
John Blue, Ezee Flow and Others. Brad Carter, and halfback Wal- u,,_ .. I"
Hampton City Council[ last week .
lace Lee, tackle Vernon Bar- i -
Combine and Hay Equipment approved purchase of land on SR I II.
ber, wideout Gray Flynn, and .
18, running parallel to the Seaboard '
II I '
Marty Meng at the back
rover M J
RR tracks, from T.J. Alderman I' I
TRACTOR REPAIRS on AT.T, MAKPS & MODELS position for$100. I. nw .
Calvin C. Williams The players are improving defensively '.___. "
and Ravmond Dval Adjacent to the present city __"
offensively, the dump property, this lot would
coach says. Super models. Super mod le. auger models.
extend the dump area an addi- Include feature group B,plus Include feature B. Include feature group C,
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tional 200 feet. Council also vo-
Ready-Mount installation. ((2-way air direction) plus Cutaway MountAVI.179:3
ted to let timber bids the
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dump area, and use any money :
AHMERS DISCOUNT HOUSE property.Mr.from It. for a survey of city

.. and Mrs. Harold Wa- 18,000 BTU'S$249'95 32,000 BTU'S 22,000 BTU'S

ters, Mrs. Francis Meng, and $429.95 $279-95
Robert Loggins were present for
Fresh the meeting, representing the
Hampton area recreation

DONUTS board.bid for They the said old Hampton they plannedto Ele- There is a shortage of Air Conditioners this Year -- So Better buy now at these

; mentary School, which earlierthe Low, Low Prices!
: Daily school board had "given"to
the board until[ it was learnedthe
property had to be put up It CoolWith Whirlpool!
for dibs, according to law. Play

Glazed L.G. Johns attended the meet-
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immediately toward securing a
federal grant for water and sew-
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Plain -Frosted 74 the might Unkept city be available.if lots owners will be, after mowed being by Whirlpool In Stock and Ready For Deliver ySideBySide

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and property owners will be billed
6:00 a.m. i for the work. Eight 1968 unpaidtax and Freezers
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.. and 12 for 1969, amounting to

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NE-WS T l' NOTIRsotie. Daaarlptlonor a3. M w.a tBXBBBBB rata
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RECREATION i. h..br ",... tMt the t..nuin" Late
., ."011"" .N U'OO .'01<1011 noon. on 55. 5'h clop or Juno Ao Do 1970.
CERTEFKATBufu .N p"bl"t5. cur ..11. CUr or ...._. Oo.'r 01' .nutro.... State. .1' nol1...... 50s111
pTARKE! P -_-__- REGISTRATION OPEN NOW gram offered to Bradford Dolts or such .le ....11 .dnrtle-.A 33J5--tot. 4 t of 51119 in IBB N -
ARAUS Ssor P.n., 13-14-1 Countlans a Weight Watchers LSaCo. SID SX 11.36
OLS f W.r.00f FOR BOYS AGE A.ount ofet
.lAl.ar OOLLI W,OMNta1 BASEBALL Club. Duol1.p'ion Tim
PONY LEAGUE '8__W P 2 of Blk 17 In ..
t of 1& '' 33 Ida N Shor3361 -
consists "
This program : -Std 1)p ac. M 0rer rd Con.2336.N 01'1D! ....
AU boys ages 1313who plan Lind L T 4 .r Iw ....111.
eating program
carefully: ; planned
Keep animal in Good Health with Vitamins to play Pony League Bases; to 170' ot Nt 01' NIt Nof ed. .
;your which Is designed 10 i II It 11 a
ball ttol Bummer ehould re- 16 111I I ) rtDor n.rt. 18031 33)0. .- .... 3. to or Blk 18 in L tCo a" 1:11III1": "
Flea Collars, Warm Caps, Shampoo enable the overweight personto a aiD

Brushes and Nail Trimmers. We have a good Se- cuter now at. the RecreationDepartment. reach a realistic 'weig'hic! 1))6.A--llO' or N 170' ot"i 01' 'II' .. i II --tot I or 8111 31 in L t 4 aaaiBBtBBB' ,

lection of all Health Items. Plan are. now to form 1& and maintain sarnie. The only u. I or Hey 16 ID Ad2r7 .t:5 7131, .3 COB S/D al l'!,

:requirement. Is that a personbe

GET YOUR CHILD A COMPANION lour team league comprised\ 10 pounds over weight. 811.-Co0 or 420 SWI 8' H Run Pros 01 IH'SI Cor H 50'01' 337wt0I a2 of Blk too in I, OarrlB IBall 1...)

of two Starke teams and two are 8 115' 8 50' To POD 11 6 12 oI..h'n. :'
Thirty:\ eight persons
FOR THE SUMMER Keytone Height teams.A >presently enrolled In this club l:11oroon: ),98 31102-4.05..2 of Blk liS In Lor. ....1.. Hl. ,

meeting far this league 'that it 1)79--L. 7 .1' 81.. 1 in 8mny A..r.. Co* 3/D UBBBIttNur !."
and Indications are
will be held at: the Recreation SID 1110. 11..1'11.
PUPPIES. each will continue to! grow. L.. ).)8 5 Blk
3509- S .
Ade t
Department Tuesday. tneL S Coo
28 a n .. .
PITCH. 2)92--Lo' of Sill 2 in Swlnr Aoro. 111.. Words .
MIXED CHIHUAHUA-8 wks. $10 May 26. 1970 *t 4 p.m. All CONTESTThe I 6.71

boy who plan to play should 6 a 7 of Blk 1 in Dart
Pitch. 35JS--Lot W
First annual .
I--L. 1 01' 111. 3 In 9..n7Aar.
TERRIER 8 w ks. - $5 attend this meeting. Hit and Throw Contest win .. 3/0 .I.... Or... 2.78 a Truby Add Jrker 7.31

MIXED PIT BULLDOG 4 mo. $5 WEIGHT WATCHERS' CLUB be conducted by the Recre- 2)95-A--Lo' 6 ilk 3 in 3unnr Aoru .. 3593--lot 1 Sly 23* of Lot t Blk M 0 Hear ''110.17
SID A11.I Do s. 6,32
of ME*
Saturday Add in HWt
efcton Dcprtmnt Sin Toaplaa
MIXED PUPPIES 10 wks $5 PRATT ST. CENTERA May 23. at 10:30: a.m. 2..5-.1. 249' "r 114, or 81" 6 S ofhrs. '. 1,2.3 S 39* 7 In of Y1112-i .
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3 I In T..pl" SID 21 12 1 tucn.r.IIIol'do. 5 3-OLot. Add
KITTENS $1.00-RABBITS $1.29 reminder from the Recreation This event will .be held at 279 to of Blk 9 In Taaplaa

Westelde l Softball Park located 56' of 56' of
W lot
lepartrnentalt we 3638--
2..B--1 Lot In 34 Cor or II5S or B3Vto 19
a>a>a> I now have as T+-"* of the proWANT {behind the Middle School.( All T.....1.i S/O a.Lnp AD 1'0" 100'Fit N'.of. Add Lot 9 of Bill in TBBpi Wiriest Ball 27.auatln ..
6 12 J....
nine through By 132' 1Ia3' 21 AGrlfft.
boys ages .
- - 4,77 )6110-.N4 of Lot 6 I Ex S 25' Lot
eligible: for
participation ,
twelve are
in TOBplaa -
7 I Ex t 25 of Blk 19 a marara -
and may registerat Add Ball ,,..?
2"B9-'Co S Un. O.tr sc or T.,1.
the Recreation Depart- 5/005 Ina Nita d RlW or RR IIUnSlJ

ment. 1110' POS Cont alr no'. 7.8.9 10 of Blk 36
? 3692 -Lota
THE BEST To 6 12 or Jaaapn 11 a ....
WOMEN'S SOFTBALL 517: 210'. Sly 210'. 'ay POD PI II rain 7.91 in ,..k. Add II ..00.. 1'1

NORMAN'S FARM 17 2k92.A--be.0spg: :r2 Nil to: S5)
8 661' 100'. ,146.-I.ot. C D of Slit 2to in J N
HURST SHELL 7 II: 200'. 8 100' 'ro 205 21 6 12 .Ii. TonY) 3.)A John. Add Ex Far. in OB Bk 69
Norman's Farm put together > 2527-.to. 7 of oat 20 in N B..o0 5.117" r 559 tandarlO Jo.TJ

Years and Years of Carefree Service with 17 base hits for 17 runs. to 801111... ,8.21

out-manned Hurst 3797 Lota 1. 5. 11. 12 of Ilk
down an 2552--Los 3. 4 01' IIlk 1 In O.hag.n .to a 1-. Aa Daao DB 28 p'
SID fill wua. ..ct..... 'ISI)53 J ro"511
Shell team 17.2 Friday. May b a EX E 80' in City Park.
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the Oldest Name in Quality

15.Hurst Shell could) manage OOh."onl e.sID 9. 10 or Ilk 2 1n .10m D Di.. 57.19 3815 a..Run COB w at])5'NS.Cor S 2)0'SforeA roe

Just two runs and they 'were Bun 1100'. a 100. W "'-.
in the 159)-Lot 2n( or but 3 in 405..0. SID I..rr L Cox 2.18 29 6 12 0 W Jbrnaaa 3*."3nur
the first two 100' To FOB

first. inning and for all practical 26U--Ii of Dlk 1 S or B 2 I' wbof 3822-A--COB at SW Cor of*[t of
folk 1 8 or R 3 15 351) or .
of Nil .* 270' For FOB N
the was SIt
purposes, game R2 5551of Bl"
81111 ''or S 120* B SO' W 120 To
all over. 1 S or a 2 I 1n T-.pls. SID I 1)rP0r Toe 29 6 21 orirria a""*
OR II" 1-6)6' 12 6 12 1) L J Site W.)1

i Norman's scored three runs )8)1.A.-IIo'l' 15' W a 119' .>. of SI
In the first two In -the sec 2622.-That Pnrt 0f Nos..0 35* SoThet Cor of wi of "Et of Sit of a5 J*.
Fort Mid B. lit SS Corof N 60. W 100', 160', S 100 to
ond three In the third and' rvi or sui N 663* For FOB.W B.. 29 6 22 I1d.O
100', M 200 I 100' S 200 T_. '.15
,then :nine In the fourth to To FOB 22 6 12 5 Leonard

take their first victory of the Orlffl. 10.67 3876--Lot 3 of Blk 2 In Flnahavan
S/D Bill E Obatallo -
eason. 2<33--Coi .. 3J Cor or NWj' or 81 t 56,513909Lot
CHOOSE FROM ALL MODELS AND SIZES IN It was Hursft's second loss 1 86li: N 30'75'1 I 100 For FOB.N .
too'. S 3 100. U 75' To 5 01'1111 2 in ButlarCrt
STOCK AND READY TO BE INSTALLED in as many starts. Cookie FOB Lylm/-. K or Co Or Rd. 22 6 12 0 J Millar it.ti sID ear Taw., .. '7."

MuMorf had a perfect night
3918--w 62*' or Lot .to of Elk 13
going four-for-four for the 2638--Coi .t 3W Cor or Not) or 3WJ In Gaaklna Add Nra. W 9
''WInners. She was followed( Run K 1001, N30 For COBS I Ball a 17.7f
125' on N B/4 Or lid, N 250.
closely by Sharon Howell withthreeforfour W 125', a 250' To FOB I U V 39"3--Lot 4 7 of Vlk C In Fln-
f 62.5' 22 6 22 w H No.n.l. Jr ".97 hurat 86 ....... Fhllllpa -

f COLONIAL: FLOR'I|;T uKOCII'S tlt-A--Bag< 20'"' N of 31: Oar or Nt 26.61
or Ntfj or 3NI. N 200'. N on Ca- )952--to. 10 or Blk I In "n.h......
5,000 BIll $ 99.95 DRUG STORE 2 ...1150', S 200'. 150' To Bag 22 6 22 Xatka Nor..., ).::18 lID Annta ORolllnsamrth
Colonial Florist kept their 21.89
26K9.-Lot 12 or Bill. 1 In Nit VU.a. .
undefeated record Intact as .... 3D Ex 3* laa Al- 3971-A--B.ft at or NSi or NWt
they out gunned Koch's Drugs drldg. 2.59 Run N 75' YI100'. a 75*, I
29 6 22 Joaaph EmaattoOTl
100' To FOB
7,000 BTU $162.95 ; 142.Colrnial's. 2652 3/0--Lot 9 or lllk 1 or Nat Wllll.... Hoaa SaourltyTorp. Ol1.rn. 2'..

bats were fairly 29.)6

cool as they got Juwt! seven --COB at NI Car of SHJ a Bun v
9,000 BIll $208.95 ihdts while limiting' Koch's to 2655-6-.at or Lot 12 a All Lot 1) 630 for B FOB. Run S 390 to StBd
or Blk 1 In Nat Ullllu. OaorgaWllllaaa 100 than W alone B/H to t Boo
?ithree hits. Carol Darby led 22.21 Line N' to i Sao Llna, E to FOB
Ex R/W a 31.8 Daao OR 12-Fg
the winners with two hits. 2659--Lot 6 or'Blk' 2 Nat WU11.1., s/D Le-tie H.. 1118 29 6 22 6 Eu..%. tanaar 11."
Re...old. Eat "."
12,500 BIll $252.95 toil9--COB 360 w of 3E Coo of 3ao

2670.Lot 26 or Blk 2 In Nat will.... 29 a Run N 2HB for FOB Than
Lions And Wives SO2672COB Law Lannon 21.68Lottla Run N' "74' w "0' 8 "78' S 360
To FOB 2.. 22 ... Marian
.rt3e 26.63
lit SW Cor or NU< or 3WJ
Enjoy BarbecueThe for FOB N 200'. ISO'
Run I 510' ,
1111O--a 6 A of Ml 01 SwJ or Sit IX
S 200', H JOI To FOB' 22 6 12 larnolda -
EM 13.82 1 Lot Oaa Aa CM At NW'' Car or
Starke Lions Club met "... Pine siD lun a 233.9 for
FOB M 125'. S 303'. K 125. N'
Thursday night. May 14. at 2677.-COB .. aw Cor or Nwj or swt
311' to FOB Ex 50' for !3t 379
$27995 the Temple Motel for, a. 'bare a Bun Them E on N|300'S.o.Line I 100 760'. 8 for 50-4063 Ex F.r 150 X 158 In OE
BTU only FOB. kfjl 6 22 6 ...... Zoo
19,000 ; becue chicken dinner.\ hosted 300. v 100' T foe.a a 200 22 !16 22 ".rr t, alt.JIt .,._ 12.")

by Merrltt and Vra- Elv.: Approximately I

a 4QT( Lions and II '
I / ... Lot Bed N _. 3.W .
this B> ao
their wives enjoyed 2677ACo. 3W Cdr of Nfl of swiur
S By 8. I oy
By Lot 3. Lot
S on t Llna .
event. :)0l\)*. mOO sj: ) Oo'; FOB 12 6 22 Llllia .... Su..aat Lot: 2 a Lota 8 a A All
2.9' 22 D* I W Baaka 3.59
in Blk 2 of u Flna
Bl .
U N 100 .38
David Carpenter was Inducted ,,

CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGBy as a new member at this 2680-.B.R At sw cor of Nwi of SlIt a "l-to--Lota 10"D11 of BIll 2 of
Bun I Alone i 3.0 Lina 560' tor xaat Flna 29 6 22 Dr,. M .. B."
>time with Nolan Woodb.urnconductlns
FOB. N 200', 150'5 200' To i
the ceremony Sao Line W Alone i 3ao Lino 50' US--Coo SS Cor of sw) of SBt
To B.. I 22 6' 12 t.*. Lannon 12.06Larry Bun N. IB' V 112' For FOB, W
Lions President Marc Jacks 29'. N' 55'. B 29*. S "' To

son announced that the May 2685--B.g at Churen Orad. 50' oa M FOB 29 6 22 A000pt.Mna.OSIPII.7S
.11. of t..... At BtBinins. B to Hi
28 meeting would be a Ladles: of 3WJ' of ONl. N to Luapkln 'rop. -
Might and Installation)) of officers ..../ 50'. W td Chur Cr, Than To ..l83-to.-A Far of La.,3, Lying a of
FOB 50' 22 6 22 4 LaaarWllllaaa tarayatta St In SU Cor or NEt
at !the Lions Den. All 5.18 or Sit. Bed S By Wand St S
Carrier By t Sao Llna 4 U By Sao LI'a
members and wives are urgedto 695--Oc. at NW COY of 34 of SlIt Also A Far In NWi of sat of
attend. a mm E "70' For'FOB, Bun S 100' SE* Bnd S By "WBlnd .St. IS 8 y
S 50'. N 100. W,50' To FOB 22 6 22 John Di...... Sr ").51> Wlllaraon. W By 8L..en., N By
Line or S3i or aat/ Btohard' J
2699-A..COB At NW Cor of Sit of LBBlna lat ,*.a)
SWt 8 210' E 100- For 'DB'
OQ" jGVf 100' N 100' W 100 To FOB 22 6 22 Ruby Cain.Lao .
AF f
(You Can Hide It In The Bushes) s.4 I 3.98 11230 4.Ex-854 h.or Also NJt Faro.l tx ?A In 1n sw sot Cor or

BE A DO-IT-YOURSELF 2702.-Coa. At NW Cor 3Uj of SMJB sat or Net Aa Daao in OR Bk

EXTERMINATOR Run E 520' S 100' For A FOB 29 1'1 604 )2 6 22 38 t..... |II Ajar 26.'.
Than Bun E 50' 3 100 W 50' N
100' To FOB 22 6 22 Albarta: Bannatt 13.6.. "279- MU or hU' | or S'.t 'tx Far
"The Greatest Name In Kontrol- Sold 4 Ex Lot Duo CR Bk 20
Quality"We 470"--COB At NW Cor of SWt of 3W) FK, 59 4 Ex 1/4' Ex Far Daao
a Run E 610'. a 110' For FOB. ON Bk 23 tfl )2 6 22 .to Victoria DoPaahloBi
A-Bug Run W 50', 3 100'. S 50'. N 4 1.1.a Nltahall
100' To FOB 22 6 22 H L Bartlay 3.98 XH3t "..7willIBB '

GUARMIEtl) NO MISS NO SHIN 2706co. At NS Cor of 3Wt of SlIt *297-A--COB m' Cor or Kit of NW*

N."011 GJ.Nt. E111n 1 I.iil. ,l jeu(mm .Horn.. In Run 0 M 87' For FOB 3232.8'. Wly of 160'35 IIi'Sl 21 A'' Pop1S r 100, S
Install and Service what We Sell. De- Flhch.laM',' MINUTES! 60' N 230.26. E 60' To FOB 22 6 22 Wilbur Boyal 2to.6to Cos 34, Cor(of Abova Faro.l. FOI. FOB Also

.J719--1 Lot In 3S Cor of Si of list L 70' To Wly R/W St Rd 200. S
of SWt B.Lnll 100' N a S By 50' 118 D.g 4 on Ay Bdry 10.61*. N
pendable Service can count on. law: 22 6 22 Mid Stata: Ho... 61 C.. 4 75* To Sly Bdry or Far
you Inc 3.98. 1 E 14' N/l To FOB SlB-

Bona 28.611
288 -- 550 or Folio Cos SS
Car or a si or swt 10000': N 298.-NS, of NU' of SEt Ex Far
WO.5' to NIT Bdrr or St Bd Sold Ex ltd 4 I EX Far Duo OR
.. 20 FOB, N. ab9.W: To Sly Bdrr *k 22 Fg. 386 )2 6 22 to .....he 0.....
DIXIE CHEMICAL COMPANY of R/V or Dust Rd W 125'. S ..' 1.70
BOX >JACKSONVILLE fUA 3220 817.2) to Nil 1/" of St: Rd 3.17
.. on NIT Bdrr 129.)' To FOB 27 0 22 RaroldOodirtn P "306.-1.' At NS' ce, .. mi.. or sii
Run 3 710 5210'II 210'
STARKE 11 S.60
ADDCOO1LIIG 1210' To FOB Ex R/W 32 6 22 1 Rufua Ell ay
Starke Builders Supply 2928--1 lot B.lnn 122.5 N 4 3 Br Jr 110.60
Starling's FRM Feed StoreEdwrr1. 30* I. Lying 4 Balna. In
c f'N 1 cor or 11 or' Nut or nt or Met 28 6 22 Madia 51113 .. "307.Coo At NE Cor of Nt' of sat
GrncervLAWTEY It 7.52 a Bun S525'. "]IS' For FOB Thin
N 155.3' To H.-(. KS on Kd 193,6*
; 29"'. Coa At Intr.. I Llna SlIt 8121 To FOB I IX R/W 32 6 22 J a arrahwrtrtit \
or 881. North.rlT: B/" St: Rd 23O 111.2011380Slit
J. W. Waters Store
I Run a Along. R/4 St: Rd 230 755.58'
Thnmpkr-a. Grocery Far A FOB Ihan Run N Cent 114.lt .to of J N Johna SID Laaton B The-
To SoutnarlT R/u Llna of l.r Rd ... at al 672.53 1
R..okf'r Greene Store' Th.i I Along 11/" 10'.'"* Th.> a
ii uHI1 149.14' Than Nosy. 100' To FOB 282975Co 6 22 1 Faul P Judy 1I)91W 30"* or m t or stj or NEKX <
TO YOUR PRESENT Jr 65.8to B/J 4 Ex Far In N. car 150'

Hampton Cfnera More: on X side or Chu St: 4 Int Sq 33 6 II B L Kartlay' 7.71

HEATING SYSTEM or K Llna or South
l.nlie Butler Sniffs! 1O.V foe' S 210', If 50'. W 210 To G.'. SID
I ,8 6 22 J... l.*. 5.16 Marrall DoaB 5,01144255y .

Mary Carter Pai,'ts DUtrlbutor. 297<--Co", on i Slda or Church St At It* Cot or 75 or ail.159."S'
Phone !94M-7035; '.... .. Lin. of Nit of sit oro..- 4 Him S 180.8U', S3A1.60', M
aa a Run S 163 For FOB To 4 R/W of 3t ti, Rely .
Run S
On 4 h/4 13*."7* To
N Llna
50'. S 111', N 79'. To 28 6 or
.lr FOB, 22 Rudolph HBry 3 $ 36.08 4 'III' Fort: lyln' lot.., Daa.Fmp .

From S650 J03 --lot 2, .to of Blk 1 In Orl. I R/w of Id 100 33 6 22 Rarrall 0... 17.1

Toim or '''I' A S Brow. Jr .h,.6to. .toto27. --S 517' of rut or tu) Ex *

STARKEBUSINESS 30"9--lot 2 or Blk 7 or Ortf'Tevt' 137."2' 33 6 22 10 Harold Elta: 10.63

or atarkaJ128 .........I Kstrutn ..
29.76 to 28--1-A .La>a .. Bar 8UO E of
Nl Cor or itf; or H.,. 9 295'
--s 70' or Lot 2 01 Blk 27 To Canal E 171'. 5255'. W
Original Tom or StarHa: Ex R/W 171 ToI... 33 6
A U Haatara 11.99 22 1 Ls. 1. Kit. ),1's1"

3227-... .. N4 Car or Call 4 Bar

DIRECTORY FOB St>,Run"Run N N 941BS.41. ?t 1S5.77'rSu
COMPLETE CENTRAL HEATINGAIR 78' Sir 155' To POI 28 6 22 If J Otudatlll 59.89aolla It 681 "arrlll Tax Collaator.......

AUTO 3282.-1 Lot 100 N 4 S br 351' City or lit......, Florida
SERVICE S 4 W and h By Moriian. Lot S
B. H 1 Xnl Oht 4 4 Bv Walnut
St I 9, front St IS 6 22 0KidrUtton

CONDITIONING Gilbert S. Brown 28.20

>29s--Lot 1. to or bik J in L T
4 Cbl S/O Ir'c R/u Saul 5rk.rnn .
SUadard Oil Service Station
6.92 --.IN P'-H-
ATLAS! ).102--1.0'.1 a 2 of Blk. 11n ? "_ t_

TIRES A: BATTERIES L T Coa 3/D E> a/w Haok. Lana. .1" a....... ...... ..

From I $1y250 Budget Terms Road Service ---
PHONE S64.7071 3301-oo1of51118in2.Ta V 7.M .
Clyda I.nker..on .
407 N. Temple S MN th Cordially
Slarfce Sat ). )8 ,

3311'--La' 3 .4 of Blk 13 in t t i\ SAVE e..N, WeI_
11/6 I P..f4I3
..". Hamon" 8.29 YOUR Ins k r-rrr
.. I LM P.41lh-
HURST'SSHELL ))22--Lo' 1 of Blk. 15 in L T a \\
Cam S/D I BMdolgh Cola- SOLESIN
The State ofII llorid.
.r 3.77 n..0.. _.. .
) 2 01 Blk 15 to L T 4 THE To Ae-.7-755 Ts C0.
: SLADE Service per
sID. I ...". Karaon 3.17 I,-50 f..as seA a -

Gag oils Lubrication 3571: .-IV of too..t. Blk 17 InL I VWADSiRADFORD .- pa .1.11
T 4 Co a S/O onI. FulluB 1".59 .
Monarch Tires *. Batteries I .L.w.s 75.rw

332 W. Madison St. P..... .....mt ROAD SERVICE ,,:n.a-MI, of lot to. or Blk 17 E.. I COUNTY TELEGRAPH 5.."t ..__.W..pnr.r..1

301 and 190 Stark N. 5' of I T 4 c Co. sID Jaoqvallna B .....-a ........4..... rVr .N.-.
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Vietnam Vet . . . .. 4. . . .
SENIOR ders.
Asks For Support, LAWTEY Mr. and, Mrs. Wayne Bar-

CITIZENS Not Criticism 0. dee of Highland were' rapper
By EBU Blanchard cueata of Mr And Mr. Pent
ThIs being Senior Citizens !care. Medicaid etc. Norman on Sunday..
"When '
you too *
month, rededicated by Pres.Nixon We Senior Citizens of Fla. goe SCHOOL REGISTRATION followed !
on over there you can understand p.m. by Choir practice Extension homemakers of
the TV Today Show had a will start at our Convention In Wednesday. May :37. mrffl be .
'whywe'ra there." Rev Raymond Caudlll ithe County made a tour of J
." .-. problems senior citizens. Among with our proposals toward con garten and first rradea. 8:30
on Sunday .
: Egt. Paul M. Spivey toW\ memo morning.PERSONALS Thursday. They' found IW1'J'
the Pres.
guests were structive action. Joe Kerrigan a.m. to 3 p.m. Kindergarten!
; Crulkshank of the National Council was elected by Bradford County ten of the Strk Rotary children must be five fft1'sold Interesting. Followingthis
of Senior Citizens and many Senior Citizens Club last week. Ernest Mrs. Joe they enjoyed a dutciitne A.
; to attend this before January 1 and first Mr* Wells
other notables including John B. But. Bplvwy said that. VietnamJzation lunch together at Holiday Inn.
Convention. This whole question grader must he six year old Dorko. Arthur Green. Donna
Martin Commissioner on AgIng is serious enough to require lots .: of the war II ts tak- before January drat. Please and Art were visiting little Those from Lawtey; attending
E'aIE who said "We have to keep of time to work out a suitable lag place, and predicted that bring birth certldcatea for Tracy Green who !Is receiving 'were Mra. O. J. Bttvette. Mr*.
I). A. Jane. Mrs. Ed
our senior citizens above the the South Vietnamese will those being registered. treatment at University Medical Durban
poverty line and We Can Well AIDwell known the high eventually be able to tak-. CHURCH ACTIVITIES Center In Gainesville. Mrs. Rose McParlln. Mia En-

Afford Itl" This Is in direct cost of hospitalization, doctor: ever and protect themselves Grace UnKed Methodist MM. Green 10 staying ''With Za Blanchard, and ft guest
opposition to Robt. J. Myers' fees, necessary drugs for the .r.ln.t the Viet Con*. Sunday 8.hool 9:45 ajm..WorWp : Tracy. :Mrs. Ernest WeD .
article in the April Reader'sDigest. elderly, the deplorable conditionsin Be Mid the North Vietnamese Miss Nancy' Bennett spent
Mr. Martin also said services 11 ajn. and 8
111 many of our nursing homes are masters! of guerilla
pJn., MYF' 7 Choir the weekend with her uncle
p.m. practice
that pensions should be gearedto housing, S.S. payments and health warfare and it to difficult to and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Ralph CLASSFOR
Thursday 7
the cost of living. That is, care In general will be the main fight them on even term*. p.m.
> and In Starke.
Mrs. Rosier receives plaque from Mrs. Anabel First Baptist: Sunday! Darley family
Mitchell when the cost of living
goes topics for discussion and action. "They are even using 12-year; EVERY ..UR'OSIMirrors
assistant superintendent and Supt. L. P. Parsonof up, pensions should be increasedand This subject will be well coveredin old boys and women In their School 9:43 am., WcrcJilp (services The Darleyb\! (accompanied and
Florida Correctional Institute. when the cost of living goes the news media In the next !guerilla tactics." he eald.A 11 ajn. and 8 pjn.. Nancy home on Sunday
down, adjustments should be 18 months. Read it carefully and Training Union 7 p.m.. Midweek visited for a while.
for critlcu of the U. S.
: Mrs. Eugene .Starling ha?
made. let your voices be heard. All cervices: Wednesday: 8 FOR EVERY PURPOSt
policy In Vietnam Sit. Bplveyraids
Airs. Flossie Rosier Retires The National Council Senior we have left Is hope In our "Our pjn. (Where she attended her moth-
Citizens and the American Association elected representatives who can men fighting over Church of God: Sunday er's funeral and spent! a few SHEA'SGLASS

After 20 Years With StateMrs. of Retired Persons are If they will, act in good faith there tam" need support, not critic School 10 *.m., Worship service days with relatives.
working hard though from different for older Americana who have 11 a.m and 7 p.m.. YPE Jeff Darts< of Fort Myers CO.
angles, in preparation for worked honestly and hard fort a gt. Spirey t. currently as-_ Thursday 7 pjn. spent the weekend with Mr.
Flossie A. Rosier, a the Women's 'Ward. She ,attained the White House Conference with our country. aimed a. Army Advisor to Highland Baptist: Sunday and Mr. L. P. Rofuse.Mr : :\ 172-4315- 172-43)1
long-time: employee: or theFlorida. permanent Status on Pres. Nixon in Nov. 1971 on the Our next meeting will be May the National Guard unit In School! 9:45: a.m.. Worship *. Johnny Jenkins of illS H.W. 4th Plies.
Dlv1ion.cr: Axtalt April 19 1957 and received< a question of Social Security,Med- 26 this area and bas offices In ervteea: 11 a.m. and 7:30: Jacksonville spent ThursdayWith G.laevHle.
<'Corrections retired: May 1after -Joe Kerrigan the new Starke armor .
corresponding: Increase In salary h p.m., Prayer meeting 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. O. J. An-
2Q ci -T
years scr'"ns: a.Railcard to $100 per month. I
+ prison and the Correctional On April 23, 1956 she traoa ,
:: Institute Wum..n'a -
erred to the Florida Correctional :

Tribute Lowell.was paid to Mr,. Institute' at Lowell "with l"vXm fii$
260 women inmates and three PRICE itum
:Rosier her final
on day at atate narcotic: patients. &tie EAG F
Lowell, 'when the staff gathered was promoted to the' position ,/
In the Conference
: Room at
of head matron, in which cap *
3:30: p.m. The occasion Was she served until Mardi IDItCOUNT sroaff
marked by the' presentation of 1957 when stricken with beplattUs. > SHY :. ?re ; 2 BIG DAYS towltt !ttltl
a plaque, a beck of collected' ICIs QUALITY
poems, and the reading of a
teletype message from Louie d MGR! IT ,
L. Wainwright director of the While and her determination etrong constitution CA L A QUANTITY EAGLE ARMY-NAVY NAS EVERYTHING EXCEPT NIGH PRICES!) r 'l': ACttC r
en'abled ISIUVID
Division cf Corrections, cornmending RIGHTS *
.her to return to duty'
; Mrs. Rosier for her ,
some six weeks later she I DISCOUNT/ uomit "
loyalty and devotion to duty.A '
was no longer able b: assume
native of Mrs.
Hosier ;began her Lawtey career, asa /the heavy responsibilities. of -.---- SPLIT TAIL RINGS EAGLE FABRICCONDITIONER
her former position. On April
relief matron at the Ralford AIR 0
prison in September 1949 ( at 22. 1957 she began "carrying Easy to inflali vinyl.' SOFTENER
/the mail"; at Lowell. In typical F;:
a monthly salary of $30)) un- j- Assorted designs.
postman fashion! "' C Colorful. LEATHER
der the supervision: Sinclair, then Supervisor of "through rain. cold. and FILTERS Fun forfamily For fluffier washables.. t (
heat. Over the years, she Aids 'in the prevention
earned the gratitude of many lash and rawse. F V of mildew.. WORK SHOES
inmates by holding: overnight' YOU SAVE 31e

FLORIDATHEATRE bitter, vitriolic letters, written -o, Inventory Clearancefrom
in 'the throes of anger or \ Top Maker.
hurt: knowing that the writers Febne5ob. t'X ice--Z r. HIGH TOP.
e' + + '4 :: -- Quality
would regret( their hasty actions '
YOU Rugged. Oil resistant.
the next day.
_ei w-' SAVE 14* OAl YOU Comfort last.

Mrs. Rosier recalls that In SAVE I I 11 I Sizes 61012.$

Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 1950 the women at Florid PLASTIC SERVING JANITOR
Sunday :3:00 I: Saturday 1:00 State Prison 'were laundering

their own clothing, as well *.. IN A DRUM
FRI., SAT., MAY 22. 2S that of the prison officials, BASKETS HHUfTWM.STMNOTHCLEANER...
SPACE TACTULAR using washboards and tubs =
: : : N
for the Job. There 'was oo 1 Washable.Colorfasl.. V'wao'
tanwusr. M 32 Ounces. r (9
I school: for iwormn Inmates. ;
land the "library" consisted: r Sanitary. r Industrial strength e +,

Mff"MM of a 'hundred donated books. r. cleaner.

The only tool for hair styling MEN'S ,
at the prison was a pair ,'"" MEN'SNYLON
r ef 25-cent scissors purchased w 1't t FAMOUS #

fcy Mrs. Rosier. .

DARREN McGAVIN Work assignment were con MAKER
fined to sewing! laundering _

v doing field work, and 'working PATIO JOHNSON'S BABY OIL LEVIS
coat "on the line; the phrase used .h, SOCKS
SV DELUXf to describe housework In the 4OUNCIS Shrink to tit!
I w'HID"'ISIIOUIAS( tomes of prison officials. "" I TABLES I Lean hip hugging, Ass'U colors. I.
yet VALUI \r
M + Brass folding jabv masculine fit. Ankle hugging. ;
PLUSJourney Mrs. Rosier Is already enjoying legs. pit LIMIT 3U44 \ Toughest fabric *. Long wearing. v__
her rerlwment' at her 19- high and for longest wear. Sizes 10 to 13.%
To The home on Highway 125, west 19- round. 4 Double stitched N?
of Lawtey. and fills her leisure JOHNSOH'SBABY throughout with "U;;'"ES |

Center Of Time hours with visits to SHAMPOO strongest thread. **< l

friends, children and grandChildren w Zipper fly. '
SUN., MON., TUES. : tendintr her garden YOU \ Sizes 23 10 36.
MAY 24, 25, 26 and .adding to her poetry' collection. 73J.
Her husband, the late 4n. 1.19 VALUIBARBQ .

Shelley Rosier. was also a LIMIT 2
long-time employee cf the i IIIM244 I
Florida State Prison and was
THOMAS ALDA killed Iti an automobile' accident -
at the intersection of master charge

AS the Lawtey and State Farm
roads several years ago. \

In commenlng on Mrs. Roe- GRILLS i \" \ \ \

(FT' 's retirement. Director I SHELL with Heed \
Wainwright sa'!<* "She has
no) Meier '
been a very conscientious!! dedicated NO-PEST 'r'r'. W Tff W-
and loyal employee .r i BOYS
through the years always STRIPS FRUIT OF THE taUNCONOlllOMAlLV !J
This grill I has
striving to improve conditionsIn I. removable i+blle q aUAOAMff ORLON SOCKS
her area ft !"*, ** "" Vty.
deluxe hood with +
I You'll recognize the
and always having major concern Kills rt"iniinsecis. %
adjustable spit. Famous quality Rolors.
for th' welfare of those Clean and. convenient. The grill adjust UNDERWEARAthletic I I t ffide range of .
4V {
under her "upervl Lasts to 3 months. .
persons up to various levels. y. Sizes 6 8"i 9'I I
Ion. We in 'the D1v1*on. of Heavy duty wheels Shirts L'j Nat'lly Sold at SI.25

Corrections will greatly mid Is .... and fold-a-way legs. i +
Sills $
3 99
her! services and are wishing : |
her continued happiness durIng "='./ ) 34 to 44 for -'

her retirement years." YOU SAVE 2 00 3/100

RESIDUAL ACTION Knit i Briefs i .. _

KEEPS ON KILLING j 1 + 1 r Heat resistant elattic

FOR WEEKS l / / waist band: Sizes S to XL

301 DRIVEINShow ', !.Nt..:. ,. / Tee Shirts GIRLS

Soft cotton knit: Quarter
YOU SAVE 71* j sleeve; Sizes S to XL
Begins At Rundown: CULOTTE

FRI.. SAT., SUN. MAY 22. 23, 24 / Was he Wear \ c( ., Ke PAJAMAS .

Double Feature Program Sanforized cotton broadclotf| e V
a" RED Full cut panel seat
3 j luggage i 1 '+ et Sizes PfRMANENTPRTSSLace
+ trim on attra 've,
PLAID 23 to 44 3 i 85
colorful \
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I Ir
1 for Sues 410 14. X
*Naflly.Known i

IMTUMIMMM MCflllM / Brand "

$?w 'American 2o" ... Made.6 I LADIES' STRAW 4 )

JUMBO 29" ... MoCol YOU SAVE 54<
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a Judge Yawn Asks Veto 1 Letters to.I I ls. A lthe

Of Cane Pole LicenseCounty Editor. I

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any restocking of the waters,
Judge Theron A.Yawn devote all of their time to
In which, moat of these people
!has recommended that leisure activities. This legislation -
flan will be with additional '
Oov. Claude Kirk exercise Ms crossly discriminates: lected from other bus drivers',
game wardens whose Lawtey, Florida teachers and students concern-
veto power on the new "canepole"
against the working poor in time will !be devoted- not to May 19. 1970 ing these reports and others.As .
fishing license bill denouncing -
favor. of the state supportedpoor.
it. .as one of the most !the! apprehension of poachers of this time I have found

Iniquitous pieces of legislation fire hunters, fish bootleggers Dear Mr. Matthews: no one with whom Mr. Casey
"The stated predicate for end the like -but to Were Mr. Casey
has spoken.
to be spawned, !by the
current legislative session.In : this legislation! is the need 'the harrassment of the peopleI Are you aware that your newspaper and Mr. Bennett trying to tell
for" additional revenu with have described, ferreting failed to give a detailed us our children were not reporting -
a letter to the Governor
which replenish our waters them out for no purpose other report to the citizens of Brad- the facts right?
dated May 12, Judge Yawn children
and provide additional game (than to ascertain whether ford County; on the happeningsat was a whole bus load of
wrote' : wardens. Many of these to /they have paid their $3 to the May 5, 1970 meetingof Mr. Matthews, large and
"Many of :the can pole whom> this act applies ;dial. In the Commission: exchangefor the Bradford County; School small. Could all of them, especially -
fishermen of this county sup koodside drainage ditches,
school students
the privilege of wetting a Board high
port themselveswith nominal stagnant pools and other nondescript to the char-
line :in some teacup-size puddle We are referring
Incomes earned by the'sweat places. The thought: or a roadside ditch ges by two mothers, Mrs. Na- We spent over 45! minutes discussing
of their collective !that the Game It Fish Commission "X sincerely believe that than II. Starling and Mrs. Lonzo this problem and in the

brow, and 'whoseefforhs afford might apply a portion 'VM act Is Incompatible: with Starling, of carelessness and end all the board could do was

little time for recreational of the revenue resulting the 'beet interests of the state negligence on the part of Mrs. promise us that an adult, familiar -
pursuits. Many others are from this act for ''the restocking and merits application of the Leatha (,Sammie) Griffis, while with operations and regulations -

eupported .by nominal incomes of such 'water is labsoute- Governor's veto power,'.* operating a county school bus. would ride this route
awarded them from the public ly ludicrous.: \& I dare nay that Judge Yawn: said. We wish to advise you of the for one week and observe Mrs.
purse, enabling them to actual happenings at this meet- Grlffls. Board members H.A.

Cano Pole Fishing At Sampson Trestle Lawson, Rodney Hall and Charles
ing.We stated to the board mem- Sawyer all agreed it wouldn't

Diaryraining bers that on one occasion Mrs. prove much because for the one
FarmersWlcti Grlffls had failed to bring her week Mr. Griffith' rode the bus

bus to a complete halt before with Mrs. Griffls' we would pro-
railroad tracks, but have a perfect bus dri-
Our editorial. "lovo bugs" Bm.ear1nsrUP and now many peopleare crossing bably
locking hopefully at continued with two trains ap- ver. However we left the meet-
the windshield, big ante proaching. THE BUS STALLED. Ing calm and content In the know
Clouds: in the sky hoping that
setting in some .hu&y' bites
be Fortunately, Mrs Griffls was ledge that for one week our
It will' rain. We may:
and deer files doing likewise.not able to start the engine and children would be safer.
to mention being given a wrong but we think the back off of the tracks In time. The following week we readIn

I L Point of f view J score by a snake Sam had: Bummer showers are on the If Mrs. Griffis had properly the Bradford County; Telegraphthat
and then !we'll get all we
on eventful week ''WIth the A Way halted her bus at the railroad Mrs. Griffls was found fit
i N things that crawl, slither want( and then some. crossing and looked both ways and capable to drive a school

and dive bomb and generally reminds she would have observed these bus. All this was decided on the
act out the role of a nuisance.\ All of Which' us of trains as! being too close to observation of her driving by

People are worrying about the efforts made some time the crossiiwforacautiouscross Mr. Griffith. What you further

destroying :the balance of By Sam McGarvey ago to seed clouds in this over. This was the first near failed to report, was that Mr.

Nature nowadays, but it appears general area and make it !rain; collision. However, Mrs. Grlffls Griffith rode the complete route

CanalPro And ConIt that' the insects and. Anyone living out In the We've wondered! 'whatever has been observed on several with Mra.: Griffis ONLY ONETIME

other specimens get in Borne country knows all .About deerflies happened to that idea, and occasions to fall to cautiouslyover. Yet the board promisedus

pretty good licks of their own. or whatever they are last week ;read :that scientists This was the first he would do so for a week.
called, but knowing about have been able to produce near collision However Mrs. Also the board come to their

Aa all service station attendants them doesn't help a bit when rain :by that method, but Grlffls has been observedon conclusion knowing full well In
was an interesting boat ride and are undesirable because they may dis- of they after They uu- have held off because of com; several occasions to fall to advance what his report would
veil aware get you.
the Cross Florida Canal Association color the water wash ashore to decay are is and
We are having another outbreak .* ally get after Sam when he plications. One drawback cautiously approach cross- show.
deserves much credit for sponsoringit or foul the lake with organic of the love" bugs, and has his hands full, as 'when that while many people In an over railroad tracks, accordingto Are we to be taken for a com-

and underwriting the cost, but we matter that accumulates on the bot- while it so far la :not as bad carrying trash out back of area mlghmxt want rain, and rules and regulations that plete bunch of fools? Are we to

doubt that any minds were changed on tom and decays. The decay process .s in former years, it Is bad our place, and then attack hire an outfit to seed clouds even regular licensed driversare allow ourselves to be bluffed?

a highly controversial subject by lastSaturday's then uses up oxygen from the water enough to smear up, a wind- persistently and get in a fair but what about the people Our aware blood of.runs cold aid we Should wo be satisfied w'th theboard's

trip on the canal from and may deplete vital oxygen suppliesof Weld in a hurry.: We're told amount of biting. before! he who do not. want. 1tl.I shutter In sheer horror at the follow findings through when with they their failedto

Palatka to the Eureka dam. aquatic life, Including fish. Thisis that the outbreak has been can do some swatting.' The For-" Instance, how about the thought of all those dear and Instructions? own
mild .of weather bites usually raise a lump;
said to be why massive fish kills promoters of a sporting precious: lives being lost had As a last thought I wish to
old Mister (
Sam he knows
but that the pests ''Will multiply on so the bus actually been hit by
Purpose of the trip was to give thoseon sometimes follow an algae bloom. Ina hurry tf we get Fly has been there. event? If too much rain 'was those two trains. Are we to further advise that your news-
canal issue produced, by cloud seeding paper failed to report that Mr.
both sides of the a rain. Oddly: enough. the out forget the school bus and train
chance to "see it like it is," with Also as the waters become enriched break so far has been pretty The snake 'wasn't' nand of and It hurt attendance: at a collisions we have read aboutIn answer Casey would suggested be to perhaps give Mrs.one

the hope that some of the unfounded with nutrients, the entire ecological well localized: and some area an adventure, as it to court :
rumors being used by opponents of the balance may shift, according to the in this section have had little non-poisonous) one with a red : for well!damages go So, like We then went on to state that BEWARE, mothers and fatherof

canal in an effort to kill the project conservationists and popular sport .trouble. dish-brown' mottled pattern, la on another occasion Mrs. Grif- Bradford County.; Your chiiu
everything else today, life
but It did show the need for fis pulled out onto Hiway 301,
would be dispelled.So fish are replaced by rough fish that and there doesn't may soon transported to and
The ants /we referred to having the grounds. mowed soyou complicated north of Lawtey, right Into the from school by this bus driver.
survive the lowered oxygen levels. are big, black ones 'that we've can spot the scaly things.It seem to be a simple solution path of an oncoming Ryder semi- In spite of the fact that the

last Saturday a group of some seen lots of times and had' was lying .out In our road to anything such as ending truck. The children reported the parents of the children on this

100 newsmen and legislators chamberof Proponents of the canal maintained supposed were a non biting 'to the highway, and Sam a drought. bus actually made contact with route have repeated'y found:Mrs.

commerce officials shipping interest however, that these problems wouldbe variety. Sam found out dif eamte close to stepping-: It the truck in such a way as to Griffis to be careless and neg

representatives, conservationists no greater in the canal reser- ferent when he picked up the While !going out to get the An allied problem the scten- jar the outside mirror out of ligent while operating a county;
end of.. hose out in the .mall. Funny thing about It flats are working on Is the focus, requiring a student toget school bus, she continues to do
and Army> Corps; of Engineers officers voirs than in any other large lake .
\yard, and was bitten suddenly was that It wouldn't, go away prevention of ban etorms.It off of the bus and adjustthe so with the board's blessing.
took a high speed boat tour in'Florlda. by a couple of the anti and Sam finally let :It; be as Is reported that a method mirror for Mrs. Grlffls.' SAD Is. the day the lives of our

of part of the new canal. and let out a howl. The bites It was not harmful. has been perfected that will We further reported that on' children are given such casual
control that problem and growers another occasion Mrs. Grlffls consideration. What is the valueof
They also cited the economic bene- really hurt and were severe .
The Canal Association, which was fits from the canal and saidit enough to draw !blood. Lesson The dry spell continued up will be Interested, because\ became school aggravated' with a high a superior school system with
expected student who refused to
look out for big to last weekend, ''When the within minutes a hail Shower the very best teachers if we
host on this occasion, is mado uJof learned: !
Would be possible to ship by barge remain seated. In her thoughtless
black: ants as they are bad forecast called for some show can ruin!. a crop by shredding neglect to see that our childrenare
a group of citizens who favor com- directly from the industrial Midwestto customers. ers. Not so long ago. we were the leaves eff a plant and: state she brought the bus safely transported to and

pletion of the project, and have band- ports on the East Coast In additionto all wishing it !'would emit damaging 'the stalk.arfits' to an abrupt stop in an appar- from school?
ed together to fight back at several ent effort to throw the student Each morning as our children
this there would be the vast recreational
down. Do know what the
of conservationists and .... ...... you leave for school fear grips our
organizations ....
benefits the "'-"c. .. .
opening up ""' ...csa.,._;:;o.,za" ""tc outcome was? All the children hearts and we they will
others who have !kept up a\ running "" pray
Oklawaha River--heretofore somewhat It's a woman's were thrown forward In their be safely returned in the after-
fight of opposition.The t. inaccessible to all but the more ex- a seats so hard that several smaller noons.
perienced boaters and fishermen. $ FARM RANCH t '" ?JnrWlrrff// children received cuts and We realize It is possible that:
1 bruises to
their faces
the reason the facts
Canal proponents displayed re- By George T. lIuggins ij (:ft/l ll1libl:1! noses and mouths to bleed pro- printed is because you were didn't
It is hard to view the canal
con- COUNTY AGENT fusely. It seems that If this
remarkable objectivity in inviting opponents I know them. In which case we
struction without mixed emotions for student was such a problem the
Agricultural' Extension Service thank you for permitting us the
the trip and giving them { 1
on Martha Sue McCain desirable thing to have done wouldbe
it is true that much of the picturesque By opportunity of telling you.
equal time to expound their opposing i Extension to report him to Mr. Casey.
Oklawaha River will be lost in the
views. A spirited debate took place :;:;:;:;:;::::::::::::::;.:::::>>m:,... m- A We are all aware there are
Economics Agent
areas where it is to build Home
certain actions which Thank ,
under the blazing sun at Eureka dam can betaken you
terminal of the Saturday dams and create large reservoirs which FARM BUREAU It Is popular because it can CARPET FOR KITCHENS In the event a student
the point flood several miles along the river. This may be Just a little advance have some effect on any plant continuously taunts a bus driverto Mrs. Nathan H. Starling
The debate ended in a draw, Carpeted kitchens are frequently
trip. notice, but not too much distraction. Mrs. Lonzo Starling
Thousands of trees have been uprootedand that grows. During certain in homes. This
seen carpeting -
with neither side giving ground, and piled in unsightly stacks along when you are thinking about fried months we are thinking about is usually of olefin fiber After reporting our accumla- -

each coming away just as convincedas the canal banks and thousands more Bradford County; chicken, fresh soil testing for certain crops. with a low, dense nonabsorbent tion of problems occurring overa Editor Telegraph:
ever of the rightness of its po- vegetables, salads and desserts'for It is also necessary to think surface pile and period of approximately! eight
an em-
sition. are dying in the areas that have been our Quarterly Farm Bureau about soil testing well in advance bossed foam back- months: Superintendent Thomas The following is a copy ofa

flooded. These will probably be removed Membership Supper. We are Into of planting time for the Ing--both are moisture secondary and mil- Casey, and bond member Bus- letter mailed by the writerto

eventually, however, makingthe ov-: third year of these Quar- crop in mind. One of the cropswe dew-resistant. You can select ter Bennett tried to confuse the Hon. Spessard L. Holland
Opponents of the canal said that reservoirs into wide expanses of terly Suppers and each has been are thinking about now Is your carpet in a solid, an em- issue by Ignoring the truck and U.S. Senator:
water hyacinths would soon take over good. It gives our members an strawberries, even though set high school student incident and
water which should be an asset to bossed solid, a tweed, a geometric -
and strangle the new waterway, justas facilities.As opportunity; to visit with friends ting time is 4 or 5 months or a floral design. blame! the tr+ln: Incident on an As a member of the Florida

they have done many existing riv- recreation from other parts of the County. away. Liming material shouldbe Why are more homemakers unmarked crossing. Board member National Guard and a law abiding -

and lakes.Biologists ; The suppers are held in the applied well In advance of selecting carpeting for their kit- Charles Sawyer promptly citizen of the State of Florida -
ers Brooker Hampton, Lawtey and the current grownlng season so chens? Because 0)) it is warm called their attention to this and I would like to express my
of the of the
one proponents Starke communities. We appreciate that; the crop: will benefit from and inviting, (2)) there is less asked them not to because regardless views on the current adverse
with the Corps of En- canal remarked there will be plus the School Board and the the application. Even though we breakage if dishes and glassware ': she was supposed! :to: publicity the National Guard Is

gineers said the hyacinths could be and minus factors in this huge pro- school principals letting us use have Just finished strawberry hit the floor, (3) spots and STOP-LOOK[ BOTH WAYS AND receiving from their action in

controlled. ject, just as there are in any great the school facilities. This givesus harvest and not all fields have stains are easy to clean ((4)) it PROCEED WITH EXTREMK: trying to aid civil authorities
The a well known location. It yet been turned, it still is a eliminates CAUTION restore order on College Campuses
development. only way to reacha mopping, waxing, and -
is also location that
a brings good time to take samples justas Mr. Casey and Mr. Bennett
Opponents said that slowing the natural conclusion as to its worth is to back memories to many of our soon as you determine where polishing, ((5) carpeting provides then stated our report conflicted is around first the Nation.It .
Insulation--keeps the heat in opinion thata
and my
flow of the river and removing weigh the plus and minus factors and memberssome good, some bad. you will set strawberries next drafts out, and ((6) carpeting with reports they had col- group of College misfits have

much of the tree canopy, allowing the see which comes out ahead. We will meet at the Hampton season. mutes kitchen clatter and clang. neither the experience or intelligence -

sun to penetrate the water, would' School committee on will May have 30. the A coofting chicken Your Calcium and Magnesium If you are considering the pur- sliced or diced In many ways. to decide national Issues -

cause nutrients in the water to growto ; On the basis of what we saw Satur- ready at 7 requirements can be dertermlned chase of kitchen carpeting what Try slicing them lengthwise In such as, the war in Cam
their full potential. They explainedthat day, we believe that the canal will p.m.LOVE now for your next crop. NItro- should you look for? Q) A man- thin sticks like Icicles. Leaving bodia and or Vietnam. It is also
leaches out of the Potash
when nutrients (such as nitratesand be an asset to the state and than BUGSA gen will leach but not as soil.rapidly as backing made fiber will with not hold a man-made moisture peel Cucumber on adds color and are interest.easily my ated opinion to educate that schools students are and oper-not

phosphates) are increased in the many of the objections brought up- few years ago the expression"the nitrogen. Phosphate pretty well (2)) A fiber that Is mildew-re- shaped from cups large cucumbers.Peel to cater to a few students whose

water microscopic plants known as by its opponents will prjveexagger don't love bug watch will out"get you If stays in the soil unless it is sistant (3)) A fiber that is stain score and cut them Intoll2lnch only aim is causing disturbanceand

algae, are stimulated to grow at increased ated, or if they do arise, can f be:> you mostly to teenagers. Of course applied, taken up by the crop. All this resistant ((4) A, carpeting that slices. Hollow out the selfishly shirk their responsibility
is to
rates and frequently resultin controlled by modern scientific meth- the love bug has gotten many liming materialand Forces of
"blooms" that appear on the wateras ods. We believe that the canal should them and some got stung prep get an indication of fertilizer sculptured one (5) Carpeting Fill with a stuffing of your choice. the United States, who
by well
that is meaning citizens
tweedy, as this will show Select small fresh cucumbersfor with
a thick "pea soup. These blooms proceed without delay. ty; The hard.love bug we are thinking requirements for your next less soil.Carpets. pickles. These make firm, sweat and blood have developeda

mostly about these days in strawberry crop. of olefin fiber are crunchy pickles. Although few society; that afford these individuals -

our area is the one that will We are having more requests easy to care for. Rememberto people cook cucumbers, this can \ the highest standardof

hit any person of any age If each year from sh'awberrygrow blot away excess moisture be done successfully. They may living In history.
-- - - they give it a chance. If ers for soil test Information. from stains as soon as possi- be cooked In the same manneras It is very depressing to me
The Bradford County are moving pretty fast you you can Some are because they made a ble. Then remove stain with a summer squash. that four lives were lost at Kent
It. --- be assured that they will hit good crop and want to main- suds of light detergent and warm University.. However- these lies

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED ..'" with a splash.Scientifically. tain the nutritive requirements water. SWEET CUCUMBER PICKLE were not taken by persons participating -

c a JI this bug is knownas and some are because they were Use 1-1/2 gallown sliced cucumbers ? In acts of violence

1879 ;, i a plecla nearctica, or some not satisfied with the crop. I MEAT SUBSTITUTES cut 1/4 inch thick: 1 in but,ante fortmto ordered to land:
received a soil test card last Substitute meat products such protect life
times called a blbionid fly. They gallon white vinegar, 8 cups sugar -
,, 9I breed anywhere there is accum- week from a field where strawberries as .imitation bacon, ham, and 1/4 cup pure salt, 3 table- property; and 1 restore peace and

dh/13ib1/ ulation of leaves, heavy grass, were below average. The chicken are aimed primarily at spoons mixed pickling spice, 1 tranquility It ; ,
MEMaea I find my delight in thy or grass clippings. They are a pH was 6.8, Calcium 1777 and the religious vegetarian mar- cup builder's (slacked) line. 2 media appears to me that the news
RESS commandments. (Psalms native to the Gulf Coast Region Potash 78 These figures tell kets. U.S. Department of Agriculture gallons water. bers and many elected mem-

FLORIDA> 119:17): ). and are found in Florida Lou- me why strawberries did not economists predict that Dissolve lime in 2 gallons of of of the Legislative branch
ITION isiana, and as far West as Hous- do too well on this soil. We imitation hamburger will soon water Put sliced cucumbers into Government In their cov-
ASS 0I I All of us really want the ton, Texas. Since there is no are already receiving requests Invade the Institutional market lime solution for 24 hours. erage and Incident the Kent

establishment:: of harmony and practical way to control them, for strawberry soil test infor- like the school dining halls,whereit Drain off lime water; add fresh University attempt to
I rE \ ) order. We take a fundamentalstep we are glad that they do not mation. Soon as you know where can be used in soups, stews water and allow to stand for 4 Guard show the Police and National
you will set this Fall and chill. Meat analogs from as the criminal! !
in this direction when we bite or sting. At present there contactus hours. Combine vinegar, sugar element
If you are Interested In soil soy are convenient--require no Heatto and place them on trial before
review the cornerstone of our are two generations per year salt and pickling spices. the American[
L. MAITIlEtvs: EdUor-Publisher faith-the commandments and with adult flights twice peryear- testing. Remember that "soil refrigeration and little prepara dissolve sugar, but do not We people.

Published each! Thursday.. and entered as Second adopt them for present:: day liv- now and probably again in early testing does not costit pays". tion. boll. Remove sliced cucumbers Influence strongly urge you with what

Clan Matter at the I'..,-t Of lite al Surkc. Florid in As we affirm divine orderin September. The males live only a USING FLA. VEGETABLESFresh from water, put into vinegar .d aUryilwltha on 'legislation -
two three solution and simmer 2 hours. riots
or days while the females Over 35,000: water ski shows that
under Art or March 3rd. 1879. our mind, body and affairs. cucumbers are a favorIte rioters be treated as
live about a week. have been performed at Cypress Pack into standard pint canning any
Subscription In trade area: I Iran, $5.00;; ; Outside we allow the fullness of all life Gardens since its daily beginning in green salads. Their bland jars. Adjust lids Place jars In I other violator! :,/ the 'law

'trade aral 1 year. $:i.SO all\ light and all good will come SOIL !NUTRIENTSSoil in 1948 -- the longest continuous flavor and crisp texture has also boiling water-bath canner. Be

to us. testing Is a popular tort i .- running show In the world. won them a permanent spot on sure water comes an inch or -f d-rord F. Cole

PAGE M) TELEGRAPH MAY 21, 1970 ,'ect any month during the year. relish trays. Cucumbers may be two above jar tops. Starke Fla.


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la7. ..... D. K. ran [,-


fish fry this Saturday eve- WAY SAVINGS
ning at Hampton Elementary :
School Is the PTA's moneymaking -
project for this spring, and
serving time Is from 6 p.m.
on.Mrs. Martha Smith, school librarian -
has been In charge of LL
arrangements for the supper,
with parents to contribute baked
beans, cole slaw etc.,'and the .

fish cents Adult will for tickets be a cooked child's are at$1 the plate, and scene., according 50- OOD S70Q S ..,/., ':'Cq,WE. ... ![REGUtf"'R, .,'SIKSS: ( ; '(C*. ",SKl'lKEf"" ... :, ,. '0, ,""E'$t. II; W83EB( :. I ,.. .(SiffiiK;: ",!' .J.AMJ., '0' !".$, .i

to Mrs. Wallace Col-
lins, PTA president.Suppers will QUANITY RIGHTS RESERVED
be available to take out.
PTA funds this year have been PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 27
spent for the lIES library, $400; USDA CHOICE W-D "NATURALLY AGED"
playground equipment at the

school the, Bradford$150; and County a $50;donationto Public Won't miss this Offer! CHUCK ROAST LB.57C

Library fund. Nearly $500 was

netted Carnival on last the October.annual Hallowo'en GJi'a'1Jas ia 1U't8 .

Saturday's will incor-

for porate the the PTA covered-dish held at the supper end VOID AFTIR MAT 27 Sh'ld. Roast 1e. 89c Round Steak e LI. $1'9
of school the last few years,

the school Tuesday year, will May be 26.the at following the- Round Steak Le 99c Sirloin Steak LI.. $129


BRIDAL SHOWER HONORS ONLY 39 B Roast LI.89c Deimonicos . IB. $169WITH
Love In Bloom"was the theme
of a bridal shower last Thurs- PURCHASEGOOD Chuck Steak LB 79c T-Bone Steak LI. $|39
day night for Miss Elaine Young-
Herman Is set for June $ 3939C
20. Round Roast La.s109 Roast |
Decorations of a bird bath and Tip . LI.
outdoor furniture strewn with MAY 21' THRU AUGUST 19
blue hyacinths centered the room This coupon worth 1.50 '"::"'.:" .
at Hampton city; hall for the TASTE Of SEA
occasion, and a bride with flo 'r & Y' O SWIFT PREMIUM CORNISH I'/i-lb.Avo. 12'01.
wer-trimmed veil continued the $ Fish Cakes . PKG:
Game Hens 2 |)69
theme. Refreshments of cake and CREAMER FOR .
punch were served to the USDA NEW YORKStrip
guests present. Hostesses Inclu- ; a 1 ERIC 1 Steak $
ded Mrs. Floyd Smith Mrs. 14.49 PRICE SHOUI Roast 69c Franks LI.LI. 69C69C . 1e. ])59
ter Mrs. Don Hill, Mrs.Charles E USSDACHOICESPRINOLAMB of Round $])39
Hicks and Mrs. Bill Stone. 12.99CI7uPGN LOr li ver u. IB
Game prizes were won by Mrs. '.' $
A.O. Hall, Toni! Stone, Mrs. Otto e
Hicks and Mrs. John Greene. ,",SDACHOICISPAINGLAAlIRII C SliceBacon 'PKO.: : 79C Pork Roast. LI. 59C69e


Hampton was kids fishing last weekend--weather for GOOD MAY 21 THRU AUGUST 19 1 ,' Chops LI. $129 Lunch Meat PKG. 45C Steak LI.
''" "'
This worth 7.50 ; "i-
part of town, and at the pond 1r Fillet Neckbones
east of the railroad and south 14" tr Chops 79c LI.
of SR 18. Mark Bruno landed a : :
16 Inch catfish Sunday afternoonthat LAMB
weighed just under three
$5.99 PRice
pounds! Patties LI. 49c GOLDEN BANTAM WHITE

CORRECTIONMrs. $150COUPON LAMB Corn 1 10 69c
E i 39C EARS
corsage. Juanita for Pearsall having the receivedthe most $4.49 guHpON Breast u. .: o .

children present in the worship tiiftffi FRESH FIRM HEADS
service at Hampton Baptist VALUABLE COUPON & * Church on Mother's Day, rather ASSORTED COLORS
than Mrs. Melton, as I reported 'WEEKLY 'FEATURE' >-* ** ,DRESS Lettuce .2 HEADS 49C
last week.
My apologies,Mrs. .
Pearsall. OOOO MAY 21 THRU AUGUST 1 19 }"
H This coupon worth $1.00TWO "'S

from Thursday. George to Williams Saturday spent last DEMI-CUPS SHIRTS Potatoes 10 BAG IB. 69C

week in Jacksonville with her & SAUCERS
mother, Mrs. H.B. Wiggins, and
her aunt, Mrs. Eve Menofee.The $2.99 PRICE ; 79
previous week, Mrs. Williams
attended a postmasters' meeting $1..UU COUPON VALUE t I r
in Fernandina Beach on Wed-
nesday. M.99"gU7.0N EACH VINE RIPE CANTAloupes-
Mrs. Bertha McIntosh spent
last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. !h 2 'OR89c
W.A. Saxon, and all enjoyed an
overnight trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Thompsonare
the parents of a daughter, Oranges 5 a 49c
Allison Joyce, born May 6, In PEACHES B
Corpus Christi!,Texas,their
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the former Joyce Conklin of 3 e 49C
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their and family home moved In Hampton Monday to from their ,

former home east of town. r
Mrs. T.F. Brown spent last 3V,
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her son and daughter-in-law,Mr. Bread 4 loAi$9C'
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Starting May 24 t JI! ti 'fJfi1f !!: fti; 9:1:
Henry W. Danzp.' 23. whose ing exercise involving an estimated -I-ICHURCH
aifflber Mrs. Mary E. Danzy. 60.000 Navy Marine Revival. services. will start
lives In Lawtey. recently was Corps Army and Air Force Sunday. May 24. at the North'

promoted to Army specialist support troops. operating aide Baptist' Church and con- -
!lour while nerving as a reporting against an opposing force of tinue nightly at 7:30: through" )
clerk In the 506th Supply Additional Atlantic command Sunday. May 31.

266th Service. Battalion :near The operation jncwue &11 vine will be the evangelist Northwestof Law- School a.m.
125 Bible Study a.m.
LATTER DAY Highway Sunday: Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- Worship. 11 ajn. Youth
Lone Binh. Vietnam. air-dropped U. S. Army. Airborne land special music will 'be In 10 a.m.MornIng Communion
1404 E, Bessent Road tey. Sunday School Morning Worship and .ng Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Fellowship. 6 p.m. Choir Practice
The specialist wife. Joyce Brigade coordinatedwith > charge of Gregory Alvarez, SundayPriesthood 8:30 a.m. Worship. 11:15.: Sunday Night Service 11 a.m. Evening services Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Wednesday 8 p.m.
lire on Route 2, Winter Gar amphibious.! helicopter> eons leader and Jimmy Al- Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacra Service, 7:30: p.m. WednesdayPraVer 6.Wednesday. Meeting 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. -Rev. Robert D. Burch
and surface landings by a varez, pianist. ment 6 p.m. Meeting;7:30 p.m- Worship service J.C Saunders. pastor.
den.U.' 0. Air Force Airman Marine Expeditionary' Brigade Mr. Lltze'l' was born and MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Albert Knight pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
First Class Stephen C. Edwards from Navy ship :reared In Putnam County .and. TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Highway 100-A
of Mr. and Mra. Technical Sergeant ChesterE. called to preach when he PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
: son was WednesdayRelief Society, Sunday9:45 a.m. Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
Merrill Edwards. 637 N. McGee son of Mrs. Mary was 16. He .served as pastorAt ; 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-Pre- HAMP.TON.CHRISTIAN CHURCir School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- Worship 11. Training Union.
Water St.. s arke. has arrived L. McGee 436 1(. Brownie Damascus Baptist Church. Dean Hansen. Branch Presi- Ing Worship 11 a.m.Young Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ship 6 p.m. Training Union 7 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8.
(for; duty at Zwelitucken AB. St.. Stark, '!has received the Plorala.] Ala., while attending dent. Services (Booster Band Service). 6 ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8
U. S. Air Fonce Commendation Baplst, Bible Institute: .> in People and Prayer '
Germany, Worship 7 p.m. Worship Shaw pas- Wednesday7:30 Prayer Services p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy, ,pastor.
Airman Edwards, a photo Medal for meritorious Craceville.. He will graduate JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Wednesday tor. 1st and 3rd Wednesday
j>reoessdng specialist la &s. service at Don Muang Royal from there on May 12. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Midweek Service E.R. Bowers D.D., night-1 p.m. Family night. KJNGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
..11I'II&d0' NATO. Thai AFB. Thailand. Rev. E. C. Harvey, pastor 301 North, behind Tastes 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
Alririan! Edwards, a 1963 Sergeant McGee. a communications of the church extends a cordial Freez Drive In, Sunday pastor.: BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor-
graduate of Bradford High specialist\ was Invitation to toe publio. School 10 a.m. Worship Service BROOKER FLA, AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ship 11 ajn.; Evening Worship
School, received his B. S. degree honored! at Sweibrucken AB. !to attend all services.: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun- Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30:
111968 from Florida. Germany where :he now serves Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- .. HOPE BAPTIST.CHURCH day School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship II a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
.State University. ''with a unit of the Air (Highway 100 at Theressa) Superintendent. Training ning Worship 7p.m.;Wed. Prayer Pastor Rev. Robert West.
Marine Lance Corporal Force Communications Ser Pine Valley Church day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. Sunday School- 10 a.m:. Morn- Union, 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas Meeting and Bible Study 7
Charles E. Waters! of Route vice. AFCS provides global Grlffls, associate pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training Director. Worship Services. p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
1. Keystone Heights is participating communcattons and air traffic Sets Gospel Sing Union6:30 p.m.; Evening Wor 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn-
DancerHI" DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15 P.m.Wednesday music director. Welcome. ing Worship. 11 8m. Training
;< In "Esotic! control for the USAF. Saturday May 23 Ser-
BROOKER Night Prayer Union, 7 Evening Worship
with the Second Marine The sergeant Is .a 1957 graduate p.m.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle .
Camp Lejeune. of Bradford County High attend 8 p.m. Wednesday night service
Division near Invited to CHURCH
11 and 7 FIRST
ship Services a.m. Packham. pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. .
N. C. School. His wife Is the former : a gospel!! stnat:: at the Pine p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.- Sunday Service: Sunday School. : .
"Exotic' Dancer III" Is a Patricia V. Hellard from AustralIa Valley, Congregational: Holiness < Rev. Lacy Conway pastor. CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 N. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship,10:45: Parker pastor.
Sunday School 9:45 Morn-
: a.m.
three-week Joint service train US 301 at CHURCH 7:15 CHURCH
Church off GRAHAM Ing Worship 11. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service : p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST

-.A. .... .... .... .... .... ...... ...... ...... ...... .... .... .... .... ...... ...... ...... .... .... .... .... ..-.... the Bradford Furniture" Co.. CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- 6:30 p.m. Evening Service 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn.
Saturday. May 23, at 7:30: p.m. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. ing Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service 7:30.: p.m. ing Worship 11. Training Union
Appearing 1 11\ person will' be Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns pastor -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30.: Evening Worship 7Z0.iiii .
I r. NEW BOOKS .n.l the Smith Brothers frcm Max- Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Family Singers Kldd pastor.
vlUe the Brooks -Rev. Y.W. ----- e

AT THE LIBRARYADULT Lois> from.Tucker Jacksonville.and their. lastrurcfcnts. and- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF STARKE OF GOD ;;;;;;;;;;;; iii----:

FICTIONMr. Haines; But Not To Lose--Kut- West Weldon St. and RaIford

Sermon Delderfleld; scher; Fifty sdaysKamerman For HolI- Road .......... LETTER PERFECT ..................................................................................................................................................
For Wllla The Wilkinson The Non-fiction a.m,11:00 ..... ......................................................................... I
Waiting --Eden; ; Karate By ; Sunday School: 10:00 : I ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 'J
Stand-in--Piper; The Family Pictures--Plee; How To HaveA Book--Reynolds. a.m. C.A. Services: 7:00: p.m. ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;:::::;::;;::;:;:::
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Tomb-- Archer; Death Of Perfect Wedding--Hunt; The Evangelistic Services. .......... .............................................................................................................................................................. J
SATISFIED because of well done .................. ......................................
A Man--Egan At Large- ADULT REFERENCEThe No Mid-Week .vvXss:.!.:.:. a job :::::::::::::.:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
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; Oxford Book Of Ballads--Kings- Wednesday: .. .... .......... ..... ... .. .. .
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MacDonald; Something In The ley; The Prophets Kraeling; Reader's Encyclopedia Of Service. I ........ The last check reveals a well organized ...................... ................................................................... t
Air--Graham. Fingerprinting--Block; One Hun- World Drama--Gassner; The Pastor: T.E. Gllly II t : t t t t

dred Years Of Solitude--Garcia; Modern Encyclopedia Of Basket- I ..... carefully typed letter, and now :.......... ............................... I
Opposition ADULT NON-FICTION In The U.S.S.R. The Powers Of Hypnosis--Dau- ball The-United-Hollander States; Cummunism- Seldman. In SMYRNA MISSIONARY CHURCH I .::..::.:::.::.:. she is ready to present it to her boss for his. :.:.:::.:.:::.::.:.:.:.:..:..:.'. ::..::.:.:::.::.;.:::.;:.;:.::.::.::.::.:.:::.::.:.:;:.::.::.;:.::.::.::.::.::.::.:.:::.:.: .,
ven; American History Through BAPTIST ,.:.::::::. :::::::::::: 4 '::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
1917-1367-Gaucher: Uprooted Commemorative Stamps-- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- I ........ and ...... y ......................................................... I
inspection signature
Children--Coles; Idea And'Act Bloomgarden; Eighty Years At JUVENILE FICTIONThe vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. :::: :t: :::ff::::;::::: ;;:::::::
In Elizabethan Fiction--Davis; lIull-House--Davls; American Wily Wizard And The Wick- Preaching. 11 a.m. Training 1 .......... Each of us needs to periodically check our .......... ...................................................... ,
The Franchise Handbook-- Painting Of The Nineteenth Cen- ed Witch--Bomans; The Day Union 5:45 p.m. Evening Wor- ::::::: ::;::::::::::: .....:::::::::::;:::::::::::;:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::;::
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Cameron; The Best Of Charles tury--Novak; Stage CostumesAnd Jean-Pierre Joined The Circus- ship 7 Everyone welcome. I lives making sure that all .is in order and .......... ........................................... I
Dana Gibson--Gibson; Car How To Make Them--Tom- Galileo; A Lodestone And Toad- -Elder A.G. Flynn pastor. :.:.:::.::.::.::. ::.::.::.::.::.:.:::.:.:::.::.:.'...... ,.':'::.::.:.:.::.:..::.:..:.:.:.:.::.:.:::.::.:.:::.:.:::.:.:::.:.:::.:.:::.::.::.::.::.:.::.:::.::.::.:.:::.:
Care- Mechanix Illustrated; kins; Simple Library Cataloglng- stone--Elmer; The Monkey And 1 :v::>::MIv ::::: would stan d.inspection by I the Lord. Are ::::::::::::::::::::.:.::.:.:.:.:.:::::.:. ....:.:.:.:.:.::::::.::.::.:.:.::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,
Philosophical Reasoning--Pass- Akers; An Introduction To Risk The Crocodile--Galdone; Blaze CONGREGATIONAL, HOLINESS I ::::::::: we letter perfect? Would He be satisfied ::;:.:.::.:..:.:::.::::::::: 1 1I ::;:::::;:;:::::::::::::::: ,
more; Sugar Ray--Roblnson;The And Return From Common Shows The Way--Anderson; The CHURCH ::::::::::: ::.: '.::::::::::::::::::::
American Quarter Horse In Pic- Stocks--Brealey; Cornwallis Sometimes Island--Baldwin; The Sunday Scholl 9:45 a.m..Morn- I :.:.:::.:.:::.:.: with us? It is true that none of us are perfect. ";""".:::.:.:::.::.:.::.:: ,
Procession Ser- '
turesSelf The Buffalo-- --Mahy.JUVENILE Worship 11 a.m., '
Firearms ing
; Wickwire Antique
; vice 5:30 p.m., Evening Worship I ::.::.::.:.:::.: but if we study God's t .<. :;:::: ,

Job With A NONFICTIONA Future In Auto- 7 p.m.Thursday night Prayer MeetIng -. :::;:..:':.::K word and strive y yI <,. "Op.J.,..... ,

motive Plants To Mechanics Grow Indoors Connor--Sull-; 7:30 p.m.Ivy L.UKC Pastor I ::::::::: to follow Cod' will. ., I II .

CHURCH I :::::, He will be BI .

Sunday Morning Worship. 9:45: ; :::::::::: satisfied with us. .
CARD OF THANKSWe Sunday School 11. Sunday Eve- r:
THE NEW desire to express to out' ning Worship 6 p.m. Training I II I
and thoughtful Union 7:30.
kind neighbors :
friends' our heartfelt thank ThursdayTeachers and Officers I ...... 1I 1
STRAIGHTWAYQUARTETTE for their many expressions of Meeting 6:30. Prayer I ,........... I II
sympathy. The (beautiful floral Meeting 7:30.Edward .

offerings were especially mother C. Harvey pastor. I ::::::::::: ATTEND
appreciated. F'oamy
OF FonT MEADE. FLA QUARTETTEAT 9:45: Church School I aI

PINELEVELThe Holy Eucharist 1st Sunday i
Straightway Quartette
r from Fort Meade will presenta Morning Grayer 2nd; 3rd & I '
4th Sundays 11 a.m.
PINE LEVEL musical program Saturday

night May 23. at the Plate "DM" Dunk h. ttfl--m op.iy in Kin' wwM tar ipiMdinf.., th'.kmmltdg el,Nil Ionhf J."i\ T1ftlot
Level Baptist Church. The LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH I MI"eI Kh M.weikr.. IDM V.rttfw*,U,tint"' 1 lo..kk.m,i hit.._,hllo'' Wilhwil,' :
BAPTIST CHURCH pariah Is giving a covered Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Nib' |.- dish supper at 6:30: p.m. pre Morning Worship. 11 a.m.; Eve- iwwt M4 .KM. kwdnw.hkh n.Aid. ,. w 4m will I mnitobly. ptruli !h.t.f.,., ...n .: .
ceding the program which ning Worship 7:30: p.m.; Mid- (ram I Mlfltk pod, if,n_. IM ilwuM. wppMt .DM. (hu.. lot 'tht wki ol i ri' .titan 0::; K.
will start at 7:30.: The public week Bible Study Wednesday of .MmMTf. M4. Nfl 'fomriy. kyond flwt. ........ cap p rwn UiftvkJ, vpfeold end portfcipKt > #
la cordially invited to hear 7:30: pjn. I In NM.. (with IKMU U Idt.. .HM. 'Iralh$ obwl! nan, lilt' dtoth and dtilinr" 'Iht : i5 I
SATURDAY MAY 23 this outstanding program Be in church Sunday. Moth' .Me* otaw will HI turn"" Irto lo Itn.. s hiM, ol, M rb 11'c.
Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor I ...-.. AG. J...
7:30: P.M.

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Sunday School. 9:45: : MornIng WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
Worship. 11: Youth Choir BRADFORD
Practice 4:30; Youth Fellow-' JEWELRY SUPPLIES, Inc.
hip Supper 5:45: : Training ABSTRACT CO.
.. is the language Union. 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle -
.- which the deaf can hear and 7:15: ; Evening Worship Official Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
r ; !<- Better Service For Your
< A A.. the blind can see. Madge 7:30.Wednesday: Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Supplies
Sheline Hessville-Woodmar -RA. GA. Sunbeams Title Problems
GOSPEL (Ind.) Lite. YWA, WMS ,business. BULOVA WATCHES and Sporting Goods
meeting 6.30; Prayer MeetIng Abstracts
: Business Meeting, 7:30 142 W. Call St. Starke
/ I.I.I ........ --- S "The Lord helps those who Church Choir Practice, 8:30.: Title Insurance "Check With Us First"Phone
help themselves. All others 964.7064
: : IrSING should contact the govern- -Denton Suonrall pastor 158 W. Can Ph. 964-6881 219 Washington St. 9645270FAULKNER

ment."-A. J. Hudson The STARKE "66"
Olustee!' (Okla.) Chieftain.


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Wheel Balance and Complete Lubrication
Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Minor Tune-Ups


All Minor Repairs 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 964.5899

CHURCHoff REVIVALMAY 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100

310 S.
( :101: < North at Bradford Furniture Co.) BRADFORD COUNTY Starke




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Charles Litzell Groceries Meats Feed & OrMKAt. CD.PHUTOCOPIIRS .
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-------- of your' written. Aerenses. I lot helr, devlnees. lenateee or Branteen Street LalceiTK
---------, K RegistrationSet .ny. to It on Ell H. Hanl.ra.Attorney and all other persons or North Florid.Marlon. And ,rue the original .
for Plaintiff whnpitddreHn parties claiming by. through City
the Clerk
afire of
fl For June 27 .. l In 142 Went Call under or against them And to: In Circuit the ('nurt 0" 01" before -
I Stret. Stark' "" Florida. and All parties\ or pemnna; : havlnir of the Tuna 5. 1910 I otherwise
I It file the original. with the Clerkof or claiming' any rlKht. title or all..U..n. of the complaint -
Registration for klndergar* the ahnv ntvlrri Court on interest In and. to the followIng the will be taken as oonf11.
I I II or before Juno Sit. "! TO: olh..rfucl..m..nt ltuat--
v ten and first ,graders for( the win, a mav. ba entered ed IneifredtorA ropCounty. Slur- sect. hall b.. publlehedonee
t t tI 1970-71 school term has been aanlnitt' you for the relief IdA: notice week for four conaecutlv -
*Lora BuroessAo/r set for Wednesday May 27, in demnmled. In the Complaintor SW''o of NW of Hanga Section' ILl 1. *each week, In the Bradford
Township 8 South
Petition.' >> .
I 1 ell Bradford County elementary hand and th" County Telegraph 'tiPated
TV'ltnenB mY a.t. day of A
I News .-= -- schools.To peal lot ....I.l ("nu.., on tho 13th Yo'ii, and each of you are this ZHh
I them and tried to keep filled : day nr M"y 1970. notified, that a milt to partitionthe 197. tnman DClerk Green
with homemade cookies was bro- (SEAL) abodu'rlb..d. property of Circuit Court
to Indiana roman T>. OreeiV. has been filed 1 against you and .,
In full comes for kindergarten
Spring be eligible .
ken. I asked her how it was >.. Clerk or SnM' Court you ar. reiiulred, to erve a 8ra uyrBCounty.. MoodyDeputy
By Elizabeth Given Walker I hear the robins singat broken but she was so upset children must be five Tlv Rctilah M Moody copy of your mawer ti the. Cleric
a attorney.
---------1' dawn. The yellow daffodils she could now seem to tell me. years of age on or before A.Firm.Heplltv publication Clerk: May St. complaint. on Terry. the Wnlntirra MrtatbL: 209 (.t0( U 1.11
are in bloom and some plant She said "Grandma Darling January 1. 1971. For first 1970.

... ale Mae Nichols won first place gardens.Now coma you get us another? uring grade children must be sixyears s-i: 4t 8-11 -
.il.j\ ribbons In the following: 880 yd. Spring with patient fingers your cookies In a sack now." of age on or before Jan. -
Relay. Sprint Medey: Relay! 441 than or mine. CUT Of "'101'''''. plorldnI1.tlte
More deft yours My heart turned in
over 1 1971.
uary Of t nnnlil DelinquentTunKlblv t
yd Relay 120 yd. High Hurd'es. Begins to weave on earth's old for her. ; I'prwitnnl Property SCOTT'SMobile
100 yd. Dash, Mile Relay and loom 'I'..*,.
Shot Put. My live flows along so calm- certificates other A* provided bv Chapter: 20224.Acl .
Birth or
lie An intricate design.To .. or 1)4I!) 1. notify In Klt,'n
and these
it lie won second place In 880 the uninformed onlooker ly smoothly days now proof of birthdate! la necessary that tanitllilo pnal property
yd Dun 440 yd. Dash fourth with still alone even without my dog. I taxt'tt. aMxe<4HOtl. fur. th*. year,
Quite patternless to Initially register a and
place in 180 yd. low hurdles Only the meager outlines rest more so came to the con-be child: In school. State regula beKlnnlnor 1309 are .now April.1o.llnll..111 1 I. clusion that God let
220 yd. dash and triple lump Of orchard field and hill I tion requires that each child taxes. are drawing month tntrrent pluaproportionate of
lost so I would rest more. one percent per
and sixth place in discus throw. Awaiting yet the filling in have a physical examination cost of Iluhlh,"I nil
O'Hair Acosta won third placeIn leaf and bud and sleep so well often six seven the notice untestt the amountset
With every !before entering school for the
God is \I'h IteluWare
hours without waking. opposite "' mime
Sprint Medley Relay fourth flower. and before I into bed first t.."... FOTTH for this purpose paid brfoie l the Alit' of Juno
place in 440 yd. Relay; fourth But with the lovely whole in good get will be available at regis A. 11. a I''TO: \\\'nr'nll", will hrlaHUfd .
place In 880 yd. Relay and sixth I say "God please take over therein', illn-rl' 'Hilt" tile lew
mind. tration and should! .be filled the Hflxuri* of lunKlbln
I kneel
while I sleep as now upon
place in Two Mile Run! Acostais Each step with care thought out. uiTaiin.ll t+i w r
the son of Mr.}. V. Fugersonof toward completionIn at the side of mj bed. I climb out by a physician and and l the .anoantrly f taxes InciuduiK -
And moving ,
into bed and soon.sound nslppn" brought to the school before the cuHt of udtrrtlxuKand
Starke. These students attend spite of all our doubt! the penalllva are "II fol.lows -
the Middle School. -Elizabeth Ellen Long. I thank thee God. the child enters In the fall. : .
If truly love Jesus and try Ayer Saw Co. B 03lU'lll
Spring in our state comes Garage 266UIuo
.'. ,. DELL CIIAPTEU: OES almost all at once, after a long to keep the commandments: to "Bradford County is fortunate Tavern 4 ZJColunlal

The regular meeting of Dell cold winter. Today the sun is have a simple trusting faith- in having kindergarten liay'H home Florist Appliance 12.11 3l9!!
SERVICEMEN: : Chapter 168 will be held Thursday shining and a warm wind is joy can fill our heartswe are programs in all elementary Jo LuS Motel: U.1i: ,r

Pvt. Ernest:: I.. f'ayson, Jr. evening at 5 at Greater blowing from the southwest I thankful for each blessing and schools with space for every L. J.'. Kite Fish Market S997Le I.HS apeea
was selected "Trainee of the Allen Chapel AMI': Church. All believe we who wade the snow lie down at night to peaceful child Avha: Is eligible. The New Method Cleiinor, 23 *J

Week" on May 4 at Fort Jack- Girl Scouts are invited to attend in winter and brave the zero sleep and rest knowing God sends county provides bus transportation Shell Service Station. Inc UK 16.03Starke .43
son.: S.C. He Is a I9G3\ graduate < the meetings. All girls Interested blasts rejoice so much more angels to watch over us all night for children who Sunoco Vurxualunlu';station. J.J*

of RJZ High School' in Starke in Joining may do so. than those who have had an eas- long. live beyond a two mile radius! Texaco Service Station 7 t.8S.00

and Is the son: of Mr. and Mrs. The girls are asked to think ier time the first of the year. HELPFUL HINTS: If you donot of the elemntary school near Unity William Cafe Eat.' 6.13
of Lawtey. He about activities for have ink usinga Matlla Tax C.-l-lJectur. a SLASH
Ernest Fayson the summer. I compare the fact with the worst an blotter try eat their home." says Mrs. Merrill Edward .
was chosen for this honor for sinner who Cod forgives loves piece of the edge of a news- Lucille Payne elementary City Of Star6e,14e,1tr6.4::
displaying outstanding leadership CHURCH NKWSEBiCZER Jesus more than the one who paper. To make drinking glasses! -
education supervisor. LIVING COSTS
initiative and military U.1PI'STChurch: glides along safely through life sparkle dip them in soda water Circuit Court, rlghth
bearing. Rev. Leroy l Davis: pastor. never being tempted so much nor before wiping. RThe} Ireult.' In And For
Bible Class will be held Thurs- sinned to thus need the great I so often think of Florida my prutlColrd toiiMtj, frlorltla,
SCHOOL NEWS day (tonight). The Senior and forgiveness. I somehow have been old school at Clay Hill, my dear t* .'.!'he.h rtrenl Jnillrlnl ("II.Circuit r Ot TheKlh Of- fine: lOtila.No.1tr Till,,.kings and FranK Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now

All Adults and Junior Choirs will go to Key- through so much in my days- children and ,)ft in dreams can Klorlila In Anil For DrndforilC nr, ukingo. her :himband. fMauitlffn. and SAVE!
dropouts are .... ... Thumps. Mal
nl ('a. > VII.
invited to take advantage of the stone to serve in a Choir Anniversary have alwaji-felt I was a sinner hear their laughter and shoutsat Kiiimn> A. Orover. Plnlntlff.v Uelend.intHNotice ,
Basic Adult classes that have at 8 p.m. Sunday at who needs much forgiveness play. It was beautiful at Clay Oeorire, Edward Graver. of Suit For Partition Our Low O\erhepH Means Savings For You
3 I>.m. the Senior Choir will even though my life has been Hill in the Spring. So many flo- Jr., Defendant.NOTICK. In The Name Of Th. Stale
been organized t t0 help those who OF PtTIT
would like to get a diploma or serve in the Choir Union at one long prayer that God guideme. wers. I thank God for letting me TO: ; Oi-orite, Kdwnrd': Grover, Of Ti Florida the :Defendant: Phone 36J-6657 U. S. 301 North
Keystone. All members are askedto I have been in rooms where have those years at Clay Hill Jr. 307 IM !Salle Rnid: Apartment Kclta llreen lilnnki-nahlp. v lrKil t
work for job advancement. The MARKET
1. Ulchnrdson. Texas 750- UlankeiiHhlp, Ui-lla Dunn ACROSS FROM FARMERS
with these activi- I I now to remember fondly.
advantage is yours for the reg- cooperate every woman but smoked. We !lev II Dunn. T errv. Thornan -
in the ties. Sunday School at 9:45: will have never tasted liquor of any God bless you everyone. SO.You Aro lT istering classes.
that nn net Inn for illvnn-o has Allen Snpp. Johnny b".pi.> all.1J"mu1
conclude services for Sunday. nature despite the fact I was a alive, nr If _
There are two classes oper- been filed n{nln t vim and you iMipp; If va
ating In RJE meeting e.chfon: Regular services will be heldon WAC in War B. However I never LOVE Lt'RA. are required' fit nerve. a copy dead to his or her unknown
the First Sunday for I ------ ---- -- --
day and Wednesday nights from felt that my great virtue in-------------a--------------------, ----------- a------T----------a.1
Greater Bethlehem Free Will had no desire to try either. So
7For information call the '
Baptist Church Rev.Jasper Williams many things perhaps I should have
Vo-Tech. Anderson, and HJE. i
pastor. Sunday School at done for good. I left undone. SLICED 1/4
9:30: ; Morning service at 11.Eve- I have started cleaning house.

RECREATION: NEWS ning service 6 p.m. The weekly I am so glad my home is smallas FRESH 1
schedule as follows: Monday my strength ebbs with each PORK LOINCHOPS i

All boys interested in achieving night. Choir No. 1 rehearsal. passing year. I washed curtainsin I
success in the activities giv- Tuesday night Choir No. 2 and three rooms and bath. NowI FOOD

en at the recreation center for Ushers Board No. 2 will meet. have washed rag thrown rugsI !

your entertainment and development Wednesday night Prayer Meet- I have over places in my car-
are asked to please attend ing. Thursday night Ladies Cir- pet that get the most wear. Next
the practice session each cle will meet at the home of week I do the kitchen. I do not I 1
Tuesday and Thursday at 5 P.m. Mrs. Rebacca Allen.Friday night work until I get tired, so have FA I RSUPERMARKETS

All girls interested in play- the Senior Choir and Senior Us- leg ache and cannot sleep. FRYERS 68 s

ing in the Girls Softball gomes hers Board will go to Keystoneto My letters I receive each day 11 1 I

are asked! to register; at the serve in an anniversary. bring me inspiration. I have such

Reno Recreation Center to enjoy Vacation Bible School will begin kind letters from Dr. Bob Gray ---
the summer fun. June 15. Hours will be from and wife of Jacksonville who

Horace King son of Mrs. Bes 6-8:30. It Is free. The activity have read this column for over CHUCK:

20 years and say they have enjoyed 1 1

it and been encouraged I FLORIDA 1 1 I I
and helped. I have received his I when Savings Count ,
GAINESVILLE wonderful magazine for at least GRADE'A' C !
23 years and enjoyed his ser- I. ,. .,
monds and writings. He first wasa ,.
minister at Hampton and a 1.4 i
teacher In the schdol when needed WHOLE BAGGED LB 1 1 I PRICES GOOD THROUGH 1j

Business DirectoryAUTO lie a wonderful is a Veteran lover of of War Jesus Hand j SAVE lot LB 58 fcD i| q..ant.ty.ght..d..p. WEDNESDAY. MAY 27th.IB .. I

and believes in all good things. 1 | I

lie has now been pastor of a
church in Jacksonville for about

17 years and built a new church
BRASINGTON LIDDELL and dies much for the poor.
lie and his dear wife have doneso .

CADILLAC OLDSMOBOJS! much good to be so young. iiI
BALES .A SERVICE Glass Company God bless them!

Fin Selection of Vied Can No news of my dog Orphle. .
Taken O. C..lae. Trade Glass! For Every Purpose" Last night I dreamed I found

2001 N.W. Hth Ph. 37S-M 1 I' Store Front* -Minors him and he had a deep wound
1 f glllll r 1 nag
Tub Enclosures-Showers and bleeding under his jaw. I

Barkley Motor, Inc.TOYOTA Furniture Tops Glace Replaced woke u? and for a time felt
badly praying that this dream
was not the truth.
NEW LOCATION I have started back to church
Mill* AN*
I 1228 So. Main Gainesville now the danger of flu is about LlttY'S Charcoal
4 wheel drove And ears
J12. Bl: 1102 over. I drove to church as I DEVEINEDSHRIMP
Salei Parts Serrlct I seem to not have the strength Lighter

Clean Used Toyota I had a year or so ago. I still 'i t & BEANS
1700 N. Main S76-12M HEARING'\ AID walk the two blocks to the village 142i; : FLUID

store and post office and /$
VARHEYLLincoln return. I do not walk as fast
QQtdcSI/tffe/( 1)JeOi\fIg( as when I came to the village CANS ** mDl

Mercury seven years ago.
: LAid Co.Noting Last evening I talked on the

ml N. Main Galae.vlfe I telephone to my five-year-old _
37M251 Teats great-granddaughter, Andrea.In .

I SatterlesAteestorlee a trembling voice she told HUNT Lord MottVEGETABLES CANNED Monte
a (Borne j me the cookie jar I had bought

OfMexeryCoagarCG"tl Kepclr) gcuke SPAGHETTI DRINKS:

will run for one weik.lIeml'1'1ber SAUCES ih'Ji.i
ln nUI Custom Fitted Hearing Aids eem>i t *.ee ;
d'jiners: will be sold '
Mark DTI-Saitoh Ford from the kitchen. All members 16ox 5BB I 4440X 4/l
106 E. University Are. Gainesville .15I I CAN*
Clearest Used Car 3784095 and friends are invited to attend. JAR
:Mt :Moriah United :Methodist

Beauty AcademyPOWELL'S Church Hev. J.P. Perkins pastor -

MEN'S WEAR The: Church;: will sponsor; 1 1 1 1I

a :Musical Tea '>unday.tr.v: 24, I PINK MEAT I II
from 4:30: to 6 in the Church. I :
Beauty AcademyLearn I STAG 'N DRAG Everyone is asked to please stop U.S. NO. 1 FANCY :i/i( :/ WESTERN i FAMOUS BRANDS

and have a sip of tea with your I 1 1

a Profession In You Griffin Sails friends and enjoy an afternoonof YELLOWCORN ACHARCOAL

Spare Time. Full or Part Time I. Arrow Shirts FUraheUo Saw entertainincn, .
219 N W. 10th 378-2768 Formal Rental Conference wi'.l!! convene: In
I-iKiJr; Sportswear Lakeland: Julie 26.P'eisant LOUPES
Church Hey. J.P. Perkins
pastor. Church School each Sunday l
HOMES at 10 a.m. with Leo Desuein

Motor Repair Co. charge. Services: ire held
MUSIC: each first and .hirJ Sund i.r.I T 2/7 JIG 88e

Of Gaineivllle. Inc The Ushers Boards: of Pea-: I Mesh EAR
sant Grove United :Methodist ,
Repairing Rewinding !
Church will observe their first I I I

21111 N.New W. t8th and l Used- Ph. JTZ-U1II I BALDWIN anniversary, on :Mjy 24. All 1 I I 1
members are asked to please
PIANOS. ORGANS cooperate: .vJth this activity and
Farm and Industrial 0t0ICI Of JIll ARTISTS' all friend invited
ire to help r0. I

Equipment .I 4 Ar .wMUSICc.I make it a success. Linda Tyson family size

Santa Fe Tractor, Church Greater Rev.Allen C.E. Chapel Jenkins A.ME pas LL Ii i1fi

FORD I[ O'vlCe Shopping Ctr. J72-SW: tor. Sunday School. 10 a.m.:Mo-1: I I'

Farm Tractors Implement Ing service at 11. Evening service 1.99
6 p.m. Trustee Day will
USXD: EQUIPMENTSA1XS SERVICE j I MOVERS be observed. Ml members are

4498 N.-W.PART 6th 378,2548GARDEN II 1I I I- asked the programs to please for cooperate the benefit with .............................

n"'NF.1n'LLF.. FLA. ,{. LorI! Distance Moving of the church. : Free oat PAC:,KIT 1st :.

SUPPLIES .1 storage FaeklagCr.lI' The Pulpit Aid3otrdiv'llspnl-: I GROOM NESTEAcedTeoMix i
1 sor an :3ge:\ rally June 2J at y
( Shipping the Parsoua&e; and all membersand .. / :
Johnson& Far;'*, Inc. Free Eitlnate Call friends are invited to cooperate &CLEAN r.'c_' .wit* '. %. couoonSIMM :
with this activity.; HAIRDRESSING k 11 MMfUlrO :
:SEEDS" PLANTS There will be much entertain ((0C i.

Iiseetlelde-Pet s.,1IMFEBTlLIZEU Van Serv'ce Inc. me"tt. :Missionary Services will .M*.*I ...!... .
bo held Sunday. :May 31. at 11 O r.r1tIN0...e vnly' .. :.
a.m.1: :' 2 iO:1.: La wt\\!;'. will wor- .eJOI. .... tar :;
W* Rent FcrUllM B.raJM. SS4 N.E. Wltl lo! R4. G'V1B. ship with us. : .... .....:.

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PAGE 14 TELEGRAPH MAY 21, 197 70' .

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City Insurance Council Adopts

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE Set Cost At For$2,552City Year I 5-Year Tree

.t... Insurance, Including casualty i ,:. Farm ProgramAllan

compensation liability
etc. was okayed for the year fora
Melrose Hi School total of 2552.50, at the May 12 Tarleton, Bradford-Clay
Keystone Hilites/ Firemen Answer Keystone Council meeting. Bill .- County Farm Forester, presented

i, 2 Calls Same DayTwo Class of 1955 Reynolds, of Keystone Heights a five-year tree farming pro-
i gram to Keystone Heights city
Insurance, Inc., attended the iI
j By GLORIA REDFEARN I Plans ReunionThe meeting, reviewing the Insurance I council for 1,590 acres of the
fire alarms In opposite for the third ofa Keystone Airport at the May 12
Please 'Call 473-3288 program, year
| or 473-4182 I directions, were answered last 1953 Melrose High three-year bid awarded his I council meeting.The .

..--------..----- --_-: week by the Keystone Heights School craduatline class will company.. recommended program,
Volunteer Fire Department. Sul !have their 15th, reunion on Dead trees, and dead limbson which was approved, was illustrated -

ROTARY CLUB wife and livan's Mean Market at Ther- June 20 and 21. There 'W.l1be\ other trees, were reported to with projected maps,
A.E. Bachmann of Keystone family. essa burned at 7:30 a.m. Tues- an Infromal dinner at the the council, on the alley betweenthe showing areas for thinning
was guest speaker for the Rotary Mr. and Mrs. Michael Red- day May 12. and Harry Dor- Holiday Inn on 13th St. in TV repair and dentist's of- clearing, site preparation,planting

Club Luncheon on Friday. fearn had as weekend guests, man's home on Swan Lake burned Gainesville on Saturday even fice. Other trees, at least partly Lions Use and control burning.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn A. Snod- Keystone New Home
His topic was "Human EngIneerlng" the same afternoon. all membersof During discussion of the motion
t 8 dead noted city
grass and sons, Joel and Jason lug p.nv were on pro-
Mr. Bachmann Is a The Dorman home on Swan to follow the outline
the class and their husbands perty behind a parking lot and pre-
graduate of Massachusetts Institute Mr.from and Tltusville. Lake was a total loss. Mrs. or wives. at the beach. Trash at the back For Varied Civic ActivitiesThe. sented by Mr. Tarleton, Mayor
Mrs. R.A. Grollck
of Technology and was an Dorman first tried to put out Ray Starnes said the part of
at 1 has
of On Sunday. June 21, of the city garage brought
Seguin Texas have been
Executive In the paper mill Industry his guestsof the blaze In the two-story house, there will be a family another complaint, and the council handsome new homeof H. A, (Tony) Reeves of the airport property on the lake-
brother Mr. and Mrs. p.m.
for 40 years. then called the Melrose Fire (Jacksonville) shore of Crystal Lake would
Walter Grollck. While here they picnic and swimming at t the! authorized It to be cleaned the Keystone Heights Lions
visited Interesting sites around Department before calling Keystone Lake Swan Conference up.-including culvert pipe, anda Club la already the scene of Club as installing officer. : Mr. realize more financially as a.
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL the State. Grounds in Melrose. vine-covered mound of old varied activities. Regularmectlnps ], Reeves was curving:! as Lions development, With a 40-year-
Members of St. Anne's are in the District Governor at the time lease in mind (which would haveto
Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Bachmann Any member of the claw concrete gutters piled of the club are held
planning to build a new parish had guests from St. Petersburg, Jax Policeman Who has not received notice! alley.A there at 7:30: p.m. on the second of the founding of the Keyatone : be cleared through FAA) he
house. Their promised to bring proposals from
architect. Willis Mr. and of survey of the lights at the and fourth Monday! of C'ub.
Mrs. Henry Mellen contact one
on cl this please
Stevens of Jacksonville will be Charged With Theft developers to the June council
their way north to their homeon the following la. Gainesville: city park by the municipal building each month; bingo la being. James Zowarka is the inComing -
at their morning worship ser- showed the poles to be in In the ; president: of Lions meeting. He said that a recent
Cod. played building
Cape Of Outboard Motor Beverly Johnston! Lewis 1326 new
vice on May 24, 9:30: turn to appraisal by realtor S.E. McKay
explain to the members the planshe Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dodd SE. 38th Place: Irma: Beck- good shape Councilman Gay LIv- every Thursday night at 7:30: ; and (Mrs. Lucille Massa is valued the acreage at 200000.
spent the weekend at Cresent 12th' lIngston reported, but nine cross land' a series of Friday night' president-elect of the Llonellas. -
has prepared and also to Harold L. Legg. a memberof Hiam Hales 2702 N. E. Slash pine, sand pine, yellow
need replacing, and wiring
Beach enjoying their newly pur- the Jacksonville police Carroll Jaw.' 2809 teen-age! dances will start in .
answer any questions they may ; or UD the poles. Clay Electric Co-op pine, long-leaf pine, scrub oak
have. All members are urgedto chased camper trailer. (force for the past 26 months, N. E. Terrace, Gainesville, has offered to furnish the the near future.It The new Lions home contains cypress are found on timber
be present. Also at Crescent Beach for :has ,been charged with stealing cross- la also planned to hold a epactaus auditorium, areas of the airport and Tarle-
the weekend were Mrs Jean a 40-horise power outboard Disaster Meeting arms, and the wire coveringup KHS Commencement Exercises (meeting room), with stage, ton classified sections as 518
the sides of the anda
LITTLE LEAGUE Fox and Mrs. Virgie Homer. motor belonging to Council ChairmanEverett poles in the new Lions centeron << completely equipped kitchen acres of scrub oak 585 acres
Charlie Head and son. Chuck Held ThursdayAt June 6 and, dedlcaton two rest rooms, and two
Banner came out the winner Charles C. Johnston from a Fox Is to get proof breaker of poorly stocked pine, 65 acres
again: this week, defeating Mc- and Everett Fox spent the week- dock .on Opal Lake near Keystone panel, and new wiring is to be ceremonies for the b11ld"'tr'W111 dressing rooms. It represents of pine, hardwood & cypress,
Kay 16 to 8. Pitching for Banner end In Augusta, Ga. visiting Mr.Head's Heights. KeystoneA done by the city with volunteer be :held Sunday after")on. a cash expenditure CJf between 240 acres of replanted slash

were Mike Wingate and Harry brother and sister-in- A second count of grand help. June 21. 1 $25430.000. :in addition to pine (QO-years old) and 182 a-

Wagner and for McKay, Neal law, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Head.MELROSE larceny charges Lsjg! with disaster preparedness Gov. Estimates on the culvert sit- New officers of the Lions which the Lion members con- cres of well-stocked pine. These

Cannon and Kevin Bannon. the theft of a ]lawnmower, meeting, called by at uation for Nightingale Street will and Llonejifts will be Installed tributed about 3,000 man five sections were planned on
Gus and Mitch defeated Kim's from a Woolco Department Claude Kirk, was held be forthcoming, Councilman at a Ladles Night in the hours of labor during: construction the five-year calendar for clear-

Shell In a thriller pulling It Store In Jacksonville. the( American Legion hall W Huntley Redfearn, Jr. said and new building on June 8, with cut site preparation, prescribed
out In the last Inning 8 to 7. Keystone Heights from 9 a.m. Mayor Ray Starnes said he had burning thinning, planting. He
Pitchers for Gus and Mitch were until 12 noon Thursday. It discussed the street with the said control burning of lowgrowing -
Jodie Smart and Larry Could- By Joyce Rowe was one of a number of regional county commission.Two Baptist Church Legion AuxiliaryGets debris does away with most

thorpe and for Kim's, Bobby NEWS NOTES meetings set up to lots designated No. 21,and Elects Officers wildfires.A.G. .
Tekes and Armond Reed. make preparations for !the two lots designated No. 22, In Permission ; McCullers, Jr. District

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spurlock a y Hetesi Bf.. approaching: hurricane season Park-of-thePalms, have created To Move Street Seta Poppy DayAt Forester of Gainesville who attended -
LIONS CLUB have returned to their home in .or any other potential: difficulties in tax bills, the coun- the meeting, said the

The Lions are using their new Ohio after spending the winter disaster.. cil learned. The problem was a recent special meeting the Eleanor Drew was elected Forest Service would supervise

Den to good ndvintage o\longwllh here. Their son, Richard, drove COMMUNITY CHURCH WOMENA The meeting was sponsored turned over to James Cook, city Keystone Heights City Council president of American Legion burning, plow fire lines, remindthe
their regular meetings, Bingo them home. special Executive Board Jointly] toy the Division of tax assessor.A voted unanimously to allow the Auxiliary, Keystone -Melrosa city of due dates for var-

is played every Thursday eve- Also returning to the north meeting was called by President Emergency Governmsnu!! Div ten-cent-an-hour raise was First Baptist Church to move Unit 202, at the annual election :- ious phases of the program, and

ning. They are also planning was Miss Zoe Terry, who had elect Mrs. Barry Weyman to plan :ision of Health, Division of approved for James Bowman, Heron Street 21 feet back tomeet of officers on (May 11. work with the city In every way

teen-age dances to be held Friday spent a few months at her home for the summer program. The Family Services Florida. Military raising his wage to $1.85 per zoning requirements for their Others elected at this time possible.At .

evenings starting May 23. here. elected and appointed officers Department, AmericanRed hour. new building. Property on both ''Were: Evelyn Haney. secret- an estimated prive of $7
Don't forget their dance on Mr. and Mrs. L. Duncan spenta were again happy to arrange fora Cross. U. S. Weather Payment of the electric bill sides of the street (located at ary-treasurer: Nell Grayson. to $12 per cord, and expensesof

May 30 with Ed Jinrlght and couple of days In Nassau. Fall Bazaar, which was set Bureau, and by the Florida for the caution light at the school the rear of the building, southof chaplain and Katherine! SInaletal'Y' 40% to do the tree-farming,
; the timber
his Orchestra providing the mu- Members of the 6th grade for November 6 from 9 to 7 State University Civil Defense was discussed. Owner, and recently the present church buildings) sergeantatarms.The give the air-

sic. went to Interlachen Junior Senior p.m. The entire membership of Extension.! moved to its new loca- Is owner by the church, and the president\ has also port an Income, of $8,000 an-
new nually--to be used toward
High School Tuesday for o- Church Women will have been Representing Bradford County tion, by the city, the light was city agreed to exchange street to rns a new
been appointed: hangar Individual
AMERICAN LEGION rientation day. Most of the 6th Informed of the board decisionat were Commissioner: ( J. M. formerly Included In city upkeep footage with the church. or hangars at
The American Legion Auxiliary but has been paid for the 5th District Chaplain.Peppy the airport, it was said.Recommendations .
graders will attend Interlachennext the Annual Church Luncheonon Norman and Civil Defense, by Earlier, Rev. Lawrence Car- bo Held by
Day of the For-
will have Poppy Day on semester. May 18. Workshops and com- Director Frank Williams. school this year. The council roll, pastor, and Tommy Milli-
Saturday, May 23. They report Miss Glenda Chamblee suffered mittee chairman will be arrangedfor voted to pay for it in the future, can had met with the council and the Auxiliary on est Service survey Included establishing -

that wearing =a poppy on Poppy a fractured leg last week when In the near future, as a summer and have the yellow lens re- zoning boards and agreed with May 23. Auxiliary and Legion a regular prescribed
Day will honor; the more than she slid into first base In a Workshop is Imperative to placed. Ten-mlle-an-hour signs, Lawrence Development Co.about members will enmass: ( the burning program; replanting in

half-million Americans who died game of Softball. She now hasa the convenience of early Christ- ken Drums" is his theme for for use on Saturdays for Little the exchange of proper Eigh- town to receive donations for poor-stock areas (slash pine In

and the nearly one-million cast nearly to her hip. So mas shoppers. Watch for further the sessions. All youth of the League games, were approvedby teen visitors attended the meet- the veterans a.t. VA Hospitals.:. ground sandpine In dry
wounded during both World Wars, be careful when you play ball. news of this program. community from seventh gradeup the ballfield on Saturdaysfor ing on April 30, with Millican ''Who make the popple: All receipts all sales and contracts
the Korean War, and the Viet- Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Corey at- "Looking Back" a few years are welcome. Registrationtime Little League games, were as spokesman for the group. are returned to the veterans be in the form of sealed bids,
nam Conflict tended a Pioneers Barbecue at the Church Women through their will be announced later. approved on recommendation of at VA Hospitals for 30 days from invitation to bid,

Southern Bell in Gainesville. efforts have been able to con- Mrs. Sue Neder will assist her Tom Bryant, assistant police to receiving bids, and bids accompanied -
PTA INSTALLATIONThe School will close at Melrose tribute from $500 to $1,000 toward husband. chief. by 10% bidders bond.
new officers of the Key- Elementary on June 5 for stu the new Sanctuary building The morning session theme Is Mayor Starnes applauded the Markers should leave 80 square
stone Heights PTA were Installedat dents. Many activities have been fund. They paid for all the car- "Discover Christ Where You attitude of local citizens in cooperating feet of growing timber on each
the May 14 meeting. They are: planned for the last week of peting, repairs and improve- Are." with the dog problem acre of land; and the planted

President, Bettye Zowarka; Vice school. Students have spent this ments in the church and parson- Refreshments will be providedby recently, saying that the city areas, 10 years old, should not,
President, Marvin Homer; Sec- week working on an art show age, assisted inthe, Youth Build- the Church Women during the policy had been to contact dog need."Catchin' be thinned for another five years,
retary, Yvonne Dazey; and Treasurer which will be on display at the ing, and property purchased adjacent sessions and at the close of the owners first when a complaintwas but should be first to be burnedas

Nancy Swcegar. PT\ meeting. There will be no to church. The new dishes Youth Rally there will be a "cook received, before picking-up young growth is most damaged -
The PTA Academic AchIeve- summer activities at the school and kitchen equipment have been out" or some sort of closing pic- and/or getting rid of dogs.A by wildfire. Control burn-
ment Awards were given to the this year. replenished, and the beautiful nic. There is no charge for any memorial service is ing Is best done in the winter

following:: First grade, Lori Ann There will be a Putnam Coun- choir gowns were the gifts of programs of this week of Bible scheduled for Saturday morning. months of January, February,
Baker; second: Jimmy Reed; ty PTA County Council dinner the Church Women. $950 is the Study. May 30, at 10:30: a.m. for Mem- March, the forester said.

third, Roger Sayers;fourth Mike meeting in Palatka Thursday. budget for Foreign and Home 'rial Day, Starnes said 1 "With" this program" he con-
Wingate; fifth, Wanda Bener; Graduation exercises at Inter Missions, and locally the Wel- FELLOWSHIP CLUB .' cluded, you should be growing

sixth, JoAnna Knepper seventh lachen High School will be held fare Committee provides for disaster President Mrs. Ferns Hanson blem. The older people of Key- more than a "cord of wood per
Darrell White; eighth John Max- June 5. Miss Christine Gaboar- such as occurred last introduced program chairman were the kings and any?" Many many acre per year.
stone today,
field; ninth, Hal Elsenacher; di, diughter of Mrs. Margaret week, when a family of six lot Mrs. Ethel Weyman who had arranged of the fifties, for they people are these days ya know. 2 of the 3, but Daryl says he Concerning other leases of
tenth, Rickey Parades; eleventh Gaboardi of Melrose, will be everything In a fire in Hillcrest. for Mrs. Florence Mar- were queens the bulk of tile residents. Except for a few "off days" lost a "bte-un". parts of the airport property,
Donna Sparkman; and twelfth, the valedictorian. Patients in nursing homes have shall, Director of Clay County Will they Be Forgotten? Mrs. those rascals have been biting BarnhlU's Camp (east short) the Council felt none would be

Kerry Shackleford. Melrose students who attend spelcal needs which the Church Public Health Nurses, and her Helen Tlllman was unable to better every day. They're even Santa Fe) reported the follow- Inconvenienced by this program.

Hawthorne High will be attend- Women provide. It is not only assistant, Mrs. Jean Tarter, who to the luncheon as biting better from our dock these ing catches. Mr. and Mrs. Leon The latest considered by the
HERE N' THERE Junior Senior Prom Frl- has Keystone Lake get readmitted Dyal of Starke, caught 45 bream. council: the lease
ing the money realized from the Bazaar KIngsley as Reynolds Sr. had to be days. Aunt Clara Sullivan of Wll- sportsment's. ,
Young Scott Morgan son of diy night. but the dedication and fellowship her assignment. Mrs. Marshall to Bradford Hospital. Ber- liston, visited us and fished from Mr. Glllls brought in 25 shell- would benefit, and hunting wouldbe

Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan of Those who are Interested in of those who serve In the stated that ageing Is an atti- nard Solcomb is still not feelingtoo our dock last week. The first crackers. enhanced, as no part will be
Lake Geneva had a very big having their children stay in several capacities that their talents tude of the mind. "Age is an well, and he did enjoy the time she dropped her hook (on Griffins Lodge (east shore Santa clear-cut at one time, It was
thrill on Wednesday evening.May the Day Care Center can con- and originality exhibit. Individual thing which is basedon Fellowship Club. Mr. and Mrs. a cane bream pole) in the wa- Fe), had some good catchesto said.

13. He caught a seven pound tact Mrs. Earnest Bartlett. It many things such as environ- Titus have been absent and ter, she caught a nice little report. Roy Griffin guided e e e
bass, 27 1/2 Inches long, 14 Is hoped the center will open COMMUNITY VACATION ment," she said. missed due to Mr. Titus' recent bass, and she caught several Mr. Zellner and they caught 10 There aren't many rebels
Inches around, off their dock in June BIBLE SCHOOL She followed through the many These are only a few nice bream. My brother Wayne bass and 4 shellcrackers Thurs- without a cause any more.
In Lake Geneva. Needless to Please note that the word steps for this older group to of the older citizens who shouldbe also caught a couple of bass, day. Roy had fished alone Wed In fact there are a lot of caus-
say this was a huge thrill for DUPLICATE BRIDGE church Is not In the heading, follow for their good health and remembered! so we had some delicious fresh nesday, and caught 5 bass, Friday es that don't have enough reb-

Scott as it would be for any- Duplicate Bridge winners last as this June 14-19 Dally Vaca happiness, and emphatically said, Mother's Day was celebratedwith fish for dinner. "And in your evening, Roy caught 8 bass; and

one.Mrs. week were: Mrs. Roland Bryan tion Bible School is a program "Don't Isolate yourself, so to prevent Mrs. Gertrude Chrlstoffers heart, you know that's fine eat- 11 his In sons, Alan and Glen, caught
C.M. Booher was hostessfor and Mrs. J.P. Vose, 1st place; for the entire Community for loneliness and depressiveness being the hostess mother who in'." 40 minutes while they were els.KEYSTONE

two tables of bridge and a Mrs. C.V. Home and Mrs. Myr- youth from elementary grades. BUT, BE INVOLVED." enjoyed her family on Mother's Daryl Barrows of Santa Fe schooling.That's

luncheon on May 12. Prizes were tle Thomas, 2nd place; Mrs. Gay The morning sessions, with registration This handicap, It is hoped, some Day for dinner and summer wa- Lake, and his grandson Andy for all the fishing news
given to Mrs. Irene Mickel! and Mrs. Starnes at 8:30 will this week. So long, and good
Livingston Ray : Monday and younger organizations com- ter sports. They were Mr. and Frasier went out Saturday mornIng luckl!
Mrs. Ellolse Cook and Mrs Jean 3rd place; Mrs. Bob Clare and regular sessions from 9 to 11:45. bine to sponsor a transportationThis Mrs. Charles Newman and three and caught 3 bass.Andy caught

Fox.Mrs. Mrs Steve Sashoff, 4th place. The two directors of this annual creates stimulation, by daughters Mr. and Mrs. Wayne HEIGHTS
Nettle Stttchberry spent program are Mrs.Roy Turk- means of hobbies,activities with- ;
the weekend In Lake City with FLEA \RKET nett and Mrs. Ernest McLean. in your scope of Interests. Everyone Hazen and four children; and two to Alachua Hospital in Gainesville is suffering considerable pain.!

her son! Bill Young, and !his The Melrose Action Commit- Charles Neder. who U attending needs comoanlonshlD. teenage guests of the lIazens, for special care. She doesso Cards will reach her at the above
seminary ItuciYo: k Some can be of service bothers, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chrls- enjoy cards, and her room address in care of her brother. DIRECTORY
- toffers of Tallahassee.We This Is
will direct the new program each so be sure to "Keep Growingand number Is 521.Expressions. her birthplace but she
evening from 7:30 Learning." Some members greet Mr. and Mrs. Max- of sympathy are and the late husband retired from
to 9:30.: Mr.
Forward Neder has Christian Marshall's attention field and children who will soon extended to Mrs. Elmer Howe Syracuse, N.Y.
Marching a staff of brought to Mrs. Join Keystone folk as they move whose sister she BKAUTY; SHOP
Athletics visited last
who will the need of
assist him grave .sev.
In the evening sessions. "Bro- eral older people In Keystonethat into the former Henry Mickle summer in Buffalo N.y, passed Mrs. James S. Merrlwhether,
are unable to get to the home on Lake Geneva. They are away this past week. Word has who has been hospitalized for KEYSTONEBEAUTY
hospital or doctor's office and temporarily staying on Lake just been received of the acci- some weo(3.?( is happy to bo home
tee will sponsor a Flea Mar- need transportation. This handi- Santa Fe, but the children attend dent Mrs. Harlow (Mildred) Ful- again. We trust Improvement SHOP
ket at the Parish House Saturday It is Keystone Heights High ler suffered shortly after she be with her for a long time.
cap, hoped, some
May 23, from 9 a.m. to organizations will combine to School. The son was awarded a moved.l from her Park-O-Palms Late Notice It has been con- EDITH JOHNSON Owner
y.t. 5 p.m. service pin at the last PTA meeting. home to be with her brother firmed that the Fellowship Game Personal and Creative Hair StylIng -
a transportation
v sponsor
Proceeds from the sale will when the call is needed. A very Although Mrs. Emma Newman! Alex Stewart, a widower, at Ball- Day will be held at St. Anne's Every Form of Beauty
be used for the diy care cen- ill older gentleman who had with mother of Charles Newman, who ston Spa, N.Y. Mildred fell on Parrish House on May 28 at Culture Tu.es.-Sat. 9-5: closed:
ter which they hope to open his good wife served many yearsin was transferred to Bradford Hos- the stairway and fractured six 1:30.: Mrs. Ethel Weyman has Monday.

soon. the community, had to be pital last week. Is greatly improved ribs, and many bruises. Her also advised this reporter that
she had to be taken back
PTA NOTICE rushed to medical center by ambulance hospitalization was short but she (Continued on Next Paae NURSERY

The Melrose Elementary PTA after a very difficult I
night of pain and suffering. But
will hold the final meeting for
this school year at the school the ambulance did not wait to O.C. Carnes Nursery
Monday return him, so it cost a toll
; May 25. The meetingwill
begin at 7 p.m. Insteadof call to call an elderly friendto Thousands of plants

8. A program will be pre- come over and bring him Fruit Tree Shade, Trees
sented and his wife back. Is this need COASTAL
by the students in the Evergreens
worthy of consideration of
established -
music and
physical education
Camellias & Azaleas
clubs and organizations -
There will then be a short BERMUDA HAY
Thirty members and three PLANT
business meeting and the Installation ; ANY TIME
Movia steadily forward toward worth-while of officers for next guests attended this luncheon. Beautiful Roses -

gals te the family that hu formed the happy habitof year. The treasurer's report was fav- NEW CROP1970 LandscapingPhone
orable, and the enrollment to
There will
awing l be a place for the
systematic children to stay while parents date was 79 paid members. Due 659.2165
attend the meeting. to Illness, several faithful mem-
Every deposit in your savings' bank account is bers were missed. Mrs. Charles 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

a milestone on the road that will brine YOUR familyto CUB SCOUTS King, whose husband Is in Veteran's Available Now At Farm Hwy. 100 at FlorahomeS.

the fulfillment of IU dearly cherished desires. The final meeting this seasonof Hospital reports Char-
the Melrose Cub Scouts will lie Is doing well and arrange PINE AIR FARMS INC.
ments for his being
be cook-out discharge are -
a at the home of
worked out. These olderpeo- E. McKAY. REALTOR
Mr. and Mrs. D.E. Pace
O. Box
on P. 608
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Cowpen Lake. It will be held pIe find In their need for con- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-481S

Friday, May 22, and will be a tinued care that facilities are Keystone Heights, Fla. AppraIsal Service

Member FJ>.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.Your weiner roast with all the trim grossly lacking, and what Is available Phone Melrose 475.1921 The Best .la Lakefront
mings. beyond their means. homes Acreages. Rentals

Friendly Bank'In Your Friendly Several of the boys will receive Here, again, Mrs. King could ASSOCIATES
Community. awards. not visit her 94 year old hus- :Mrs. Melba Den 4734740

Meetings will resume In September band many times, and older people Col. J. Chesulocton 473-4679
do so need their loved ones, L. J. Robinson 475-S931
but transportation was the pro- .


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NEWS NOTES Ellis of Gainesville and Palma
INDIAN BEACH and Hubert Chitty of Starke for
I From Preceding Page I supper. Clara Sullivan spent the ADS.DET RESULTS

(Lsloa ..... .+.) weekend with us. Bucky Meltonof f

a very special treat is In store Byi; BHcbMl n. CtJttT Hampton was a Sunday guest

for Fellowship members and ..... 475-2171 of the Chittys. D' ''=I =!,I d.l'JIt=t iI.IfCIIf I l1IIS.. 7''YJ'.JCI W) U:.1:0=II.I ," =t III aa=1=t 7.T':' n':11.1=D=1". !i'DIff' ill'1C1.1f fI.aI
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Luncheon on June 11. Mr. and Jacksonville were down enjoying tttl a .
Mrs. Thomas Norwood club our lovely weather from
returned howdy! Good to see y'all a- CLASSIFIED AD RATES National SewingMachine FOR RENT Furnished apartment
members, have recently doln' Monday night till Thursday eve- : JIMMY MOORE'S Smith Plumbingand
from their Kound-The-World gain. Sure hope you're all ; living roan bedroom,
when they visited their son.tarry good. I'm just about as fiiw Guests at Griffin's Lodge Included Minimum Chari'.1.7S/! Co., SUN SPORTS kitchen and dinette' (Mrs D.

and family as he was in Saigon as a frog hair, and thankfulfor Larry Steinman and fam- (Covers IS words) Largest! .selections from whichto Supply L. Silcox: 331 Clark St. 'tfchg

They will show slides of it. Seems like everbody's finally ily and Richard Huffman of Jacksonville Each word over 15-'7c choose Pfaff. Necchi Nelco. MOORE BOAT FOR
the flu -Dayllllles all colors
their trip and narrate Uiem. getting over Beach, and Bill Groves New Home. & Universal. YOUR MONEY -
it not Raiford Road
know they're proud of it 'causeI SOc Extra Charge named varieties, hybrid
and family over the weekend. This Ad Worth $3.00 On Any
sure am. Say, haven't we been Miss Anita Plummor was a paid In advance: '.Starke Ph. 964-5791 Phone 964.6023 seedlings! d' lolds and tetra-
Purchase Repairs
having' some beautiful; weather. weekend guest of Miss Ava Grif- or plolda.! Surplus stock( Very
It's certainly a more than wel- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 611 W. University Ave. 378-1333 Complete Outboard & Contracting and Repairs reasonable. 203 Christian St.
come change from last Winter fin.Mr. $1.50: Per Inch 3tp 528
and Mrs. Jack Ward and Stern Drive
;/ and Plumbing Fixtures
? is like
right folks Only, thing SEWING MACHINE Cleaned
children of Crescent, Ga., have Memorials Resolution. Repair. Complete Fiberglass WATER FRONT
we're headed straight for a scorcher oiled and adjusted In your Water Heaters PROPERTYOn
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Well, let's view a little of the Barbara son Barrows and Andy. CARDS OF THANKS repairs also. All work guaranteed built Fiberglass Fishing Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes,

happenings around Indian Beach Dennis E. Cogglns Phone Iron t.' Summer Cottage Or Year-
whatcha ? / Frasier of Jacksonville were 50 word. or less .. _... 3.00 Round Living! '
say weekend of his grand- 431-1428. tfcnn
Otis Melton and guests Each word over SO-'7e All
Monday night, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl ACREAGE Lots Ready To Go-Clear-
Willie Stinsqn of Hampton and parents Barrows., FOR RENT: TV sets baby Need vacant land and small ed. Graded & Leveled.

I took a Scenic Tour of the Mrs. D.W. Carpenter is spend- beds. elec. guitars amplifiers farms in Bradford: and surrounding Priced From $995.00. Financing -

Jacksonville Expressway, look- ing this week in Jacksonville, SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic refrigerators: day or week. DAHMER'S. counties. Please contact Available Call 964-7701.

Ing for something that Just taking care ohergrandchlldren, Letters all sizes, colors. Permanent 9617923._tf-ChjT. Ogllvlc 765-4158 or Kings-
wasn't there a Revival. Wed- while their parents attend the for use on wood glass.plaitlc. icy] Lnka 5332711. Frank E. FOR SALE New Encyclopedia
nesday night supper guests of the MEN!: WANTED Laundry MARY Americana 30 volumes
Florida Bankers' Convention in paper, metal leather League Bkr 388-9873. 8tchg
Chittys; were: Buddy and Merle Freeport, Grand Bahamas.. Mrs. ANYTHING I -Bradford CodnntyTelegraph. workers. Kitchen aids labor $500.00 "value now 37500.
Ellis of Gainesville, and Ray- Carpenter attended the "Tell It 'a ers, cottage parents watchman FOR RENT-12' wide 2 bedroom :!- Slim,' Gym $85.00. '
mond and Gladys Malphurs of Like It Is" sing at the First cooks and clerks ground- trailer outside city
Jacksonville, who are our fair keeper, truck driver. CARTER
Five limits. J. B. White 9646114.
Baptist Church In Starke Sunday FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bedroom SHAVINGS AND SAWDUSTFor
ly new next-door neighbors. Robert day week eight hour day- tfchg'
Powell of Starke and Jimmy night. trailer outside city limit*. State retirement, vacations sale by the trailer load.
Smith of Starke spent Monday Robert Larder's parents, Rich- J. B. White. 964-6114. tfchff sick leave.If interested please 1962 PLYMOUTH convertible, Call Wadsivorth Lumber Bun-
and Lucille Lanier
night with us and with my bro- ard are vacationing apply in person Personnel PAINTSNEW 1300, Phone 984-6202. ltp nell. Fla. 437.3173 for prices
and staying at the lake
ther Wayne. My aunt Clara Sullivan IF WE DONT 'HAYE--IT Manager Sunland TrainIng nnd delivery. 2tp 5-28
of Williston spent the day this week. Robert's grandparents we'll get It for you Office DISHWASHER WANTED -

and night with us Wednesday.We Port and Lillie Lanier Supplies! Furniture, Equip Center Gainesville Fla. Weekend work goodsalary.. FOR SALE 15' x 3' Swim-
were joined Wednesday mornIng are also down, even though his ment. Bradford County i An equal opportunity employer. ITEMS Apply in person Longhorn ming pool, circulating. pump

by/her son and daughterinlaw grandmother fell and broke her Telegraph Restaurant. 301 Styuth tfchg: filter and ladder. Reasonable.

TUB. FJUST NAME IN Gary and Barbara Sullivan knee, she's still out there try- tfchg 1105 W. Madison St. Up
ing to catch some of our fish. Unpainted Furniture FOR SALE /hard Duck
SMALL CARS of Ar her, who spent the day with Per Sale-Nice and clean blue
"We wish you a speedy recov- 2 months old $5.00 Pair. Phone FOR SALE Jeep 65 Wagoneer -
us. r visited Uncle Alfred and satin !laced< gown size\ 9. Perfect -,
Aunt Corine Hudson and their ery, and good luck with your Southern Marine Wood Graining Kit 9645543. good condition. Call
DATSUNfJAINKSVJLLE for Prom wear worn
fishing Mrs. Lanier. Nancy 8fl4-8195.
daughter Faye Hamilton and her Dicky and Rica Youngblood of :Moved To GainesvilleNew twice call 964-7337 after 6:30: K-80 Paint Remover FOR RENT -f-\ bedroom effi-

: daughter Cathy while my mo- Jacksonville, and Hershel and NameGainesville ,p.m. for information cency apartment, furnished. STENO Experienced! In credit -

:2nd! A vc. 2nd St. S. E. ther Copeland Cricket attended and Grandmother to businessin Margaret Lanier of Palm Valley, MarineLYNN BIC PENS. Ball Point Re 102 EAST BROWNLEE Call 533-251"after 6 p.m. dispatch and general office -
weekend of the Ro- 2tp 5-28 work desires employ-
were guests
Gainesville: Florida
Gainesville. Saturday Jean fills. Bradford County Tele-
iment. Call 533-2492. tfchg
bert Landers
and Russ Pierce of Gainesville HAMILTON MOR. ..,a ph. STREET 1967 Volkswagen with air
Mrs. Eddy and children of At- Johnson
lanta, Ga. visited her mother, Motors Cobra. Boats. good condition. 1000. Tractor Will baby sit In my' home

Mrs. Tom Norwood and family Marine' Supplies WATSON'S work add large lawn mowing. Saratoga Heights Phone 964-

ONLY 12 for Mother's Day. 1030 E.University Ave. Call 46 --1809 Hampton. nfi2.; itp

MORE Gainesville House Exceptional ''buy in 3 bedroom 2tp 5-28
Mrs. Linnle Norwood has returned of Vacuum EXPERIENCED Painter, .gar-
DAYS to her home after a (Many brands of dwelling 2 ,baths close In. FOR/SALE 60 good layi35 i: dener. 533-2381 or Klngsltsy!
new vacuum
month's visit in Miami. may arrar.sed.!! : A. J. hea y breed Sex Link hens. Lake, Rt. 1 Box 361. Also
$39.0011) Used machines from
Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Revels Thomas, Realtor. Tel. 064-5701. Call 782.3623. ItcbgLUIIER maid: for housecleaning Itchg
OUT OF BUSINESS and children spent the weekend $10 Expert Repairs all makes. ttchll
Parts and
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Accessories for all FOR SALE:
vacuums. Built in .Central Rebel "770" 4
vas 1967 Rambler:
SALE Permit E.W.Mrs.Revels Lyness Sr.and her daughter Everthing uum cleaning systems. '712N. VETINARY dr. S:3an.:! A-C, A-T, P S, P-B

#A16& A17 of Gainesville and her brother M\ln.: OalPesville 376.7110 Tetanus Toxold etc. 4 .OGO :Miles Extremely

Arthur Cravasse, visited Sleeping .uts you where the loveliness clean Call J164-5822. 2T
STARKEPhone j PHOTOCOPIERS: from $93.50.
LOST OUR LEASE Mrs. Jo Strandberg Saturday afternoon to $625. Take the drudgery out distemper is. Choose young
While there, Mrs. Atha
961-6843 Everything must be Sold! All merchandise goingat Copeland visited them.Mrs. Lyn- t tv Tplpgraoh. tt Consultant -
ess and Mrs. Copeland were BRADFORDSEPTIC

drastic price reductions. Sensational savingsfor neighbors In Archer years ago. NOW IN ,STOCKConstruction :MISS .LOUISE STERN

you on hundreds of lovely items for your Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Lorlmler Paper AU colors in the rainbow WIMBERLY'S Railroad: Sa: 1369 S. WalnutIP TANK

home! Store fixtures for sale-sacrifice prices! on of Jacksonville spent Saturday EUNICE NURSERY Bradford County Tele vage. Groceries. Fabrics, COMPANY

everything'! with Mr. and Mra. D.W. Car- Geraniums, (Begonia Blue ,ber- graph. .tf Clothing Shoes. Furniture
.A' penter. ries, fruit trees, grape vines. Tools. Plenty Bargains! 7431
will All container 2 mi. FOR RENT: UnfurnlsheJ: housein Blanding Blvd., Jacksonville Owned & Operated By
Friends and neighbors regret grown.
off THE KEY!: TO .
50 %
Lamps to learn of the death of north of Lawtey on Hiway 301, country. Also furnished tfchgBARRETT DON NEWMANS and
Mrs. Jean Watson in an accidenton turn at sign. Phone 7823465. apartments In Starke.-W. H.Tollman. a Gracious Living

Beautiful Ash Tray Saturday afternoon. Our sym- tfchg 510 N. Cherry tfchg Town HouseAPARTMENTS MICHAEL Donns.

pathy goes out to Mr. Watson
Free with any Purchase and family. Two of the Watson BUYING SILVER COINS FAYE'S FABRICS F-st! qual- : INSTAI.LATIONUEPAIRING

children are still In the hos- 1964 or older any condition. ity dress drapery. upholstery Water For Rent
pital at this writing. Dollars 2.00 up. Halves 60c. material. Notions chenille bed Conditioning 1

: Paintings from 40% to 70% off Well, folks that's all of the Quarters 30c. Dimes 12c. Cur spreads tapestries. Also sec and Pump Co. Furnished Apartment DRAIN CLEANOUTAND
Indian Beach news for this week, rent Market Price For rare ands mill en3.: BankAmerl- PUMPINGPhone :

so until next week, here's Lee- dates & older coins. We Buy card .and Master Charge. Open 130 Court Street Buford Mitchell

on. Sell! or trade coins. Bulllngton!' Monday 10-7() ; Tues. throughSat. Phones

\ Mirrors 40 % off Coin. Stnrke, Fla. 9647271. ., 9-7' ; Sunday 16. Hwy. 301 Phone 961-5832 964-6853 'M7M 964-6647

IV ml. north of W ldo. tfchg Starke, Fla.
REDUCE safe and fast with STA-RITE -

Table Statues My Neighbors GoBese Tablets & EVa"wa\ Large Masonry Homeon
-j ter pills" Andrews Drug*. SR-16-A Kii! sley Lake Water Conditionersand

Ash Trays & Dishes3 Off Stp\ 5-28 Swimming Pool Pumps

Must Sell For Health Reasons
I WIGDEPT. Homes and Acreage. Buyers BILL BROKER and Rentals
Come Early \! 50oo Off f AllLimited Waiting. Strout Realty, Reg. 911 1.11161 9 1-6810 Repair Department Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable able
Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. bodied
factory help. No experience
24 Hour Service nerewary.steady
I Wigs Wiglets Ph. B64-6fiH9 Starke. Fla.. DID YOU KNOW it's easy town
work overtime fringe benefits.
I d Quantity I !j r.ascades & Falls FILAMENT Strapping Tape a Longchamp Home? -

Better built for Florida living IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY
3,4" x 60 yards. $2.50 Single TWO TRAILERS: One-2 bed:
Your plans or ours. Your
roll. Bradford. County Telegraph roof; One :3: bs3roo.li; with ATOWEN
./ '/ t tl lot or ours. Contact Buford air oond'.tlcnlnc.: : for sale or
J.J/J/ tunl! JOIST
"lf'I'i"r/ / '/ '/" ''/ Mitchell: phone 964-6833. P. O. rent. Phone 431-1039.:: tfclis
Box 238 Starke tfchg
G Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday
Roosevelt Mall I EXPFRIFiNCED
.......,.".... == sx. ii.r BroWn ; RESTAURANT 7:09(LVM. To S-00 PM
t... f 384-7821 PUMPS co:: :k wanted.: God Sal017 :
"Watch where toss Afip'. !in
you ; y : person LonghornRcstaur.nL
__ NEW AND ;
your masterpiece, will vou!" :301; South tfchg
. . . . . . . . . . . ____ 3 SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep
VY & Shallow Wells FOR ItE'olT2: t beircnn: :! mo-

Water Softeners & Filters boa;) frame. Call OS4-7403.: tfcha

How quickly can you VolkswagenNew' Expert Service On HOUSE far sale 522 W. Ad-
All Makes
& Vied I.fI': ). kin! St. Phona 964-7441. Itp
Sales Service Plumbing Service _.

find 5 most WI Phone 964.7061 FOK SALE-Co'.cl! Spot Freezer .-
your 1 Ml. North of The Mall DURRANCE PUMP het $CO cash: Gs d con-

GAINESVILLEVICTOR AND SUPPLY CO. d.t'.on.; Call 064-0487 after 6

vital personal papers? P'n. Itp 1ME ISA


ELECTRIC TALLY REDUCED RATES Train now to drive!! seml-truc's g

MASTER Add Machines with. AUTO. FIRE. BOAT 'through facilities: : of c'.ass-!

subtraction. SPECIAL. thLs DOYLE E. CONNER one carriers; local: or ovr

month only, $69.93. Ideal for INSURANCE AGENCY the read. For application: and

home or light office work. tehs personal Interview, ctll COJ-

Bradford County Telegraph tf 388-4607. or write UnltM: Systems

BAIRDMobile inc.. SJ.'?'" Dept. caio!
REMINGTON CASH REGIS- of) Mercury Mo.ir Ear '*tg usE a a p

TER: 2-total electric, slightly! Homes Term. Bids.. 1716 McDuff'

used. Cost new, $420. Save $109. NEW and USED Avenue N., Jacltssnvir.e!: F"x': m7

Our sale price $320.-Bradford 32203. ttchs
8.10.12' Wide
County Telegraph. tf Galnes.RleGood

FOR RENT- Furnished apart Quality George E. LaRue

ment. 4 rooms and bath titlli- Reasonably Priced INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

lies furnished. Couple only-No Gainesville 373-2785
Pets. Call 964-6852. tfchg Fire Homeowner
Serviced Guaranteed and
Delivered In Starke Area LIFE & ACCIDENT
Four Miles Out
Raiford Road NO EXTRA COST Keystone Heights/ 473-4892

Your will. Birth certificate. Marriage certificate. '
Large Living Room Gafnesvine378:7$3
The deed to your house. Insurance policies Can you Paneled MEN WANTED Men cottage
Family Room
lay your hands on them immediately' Are they safe Many Extras parents age over 21. Startingpay
from fire and theft? You can say 'yes -If you Many 3329 month, promotion op.
Only $13,830 SERVICE Small 'appliancesat m
have them in one of our safe deposit boxes. Isn't the portunltles] and regular Increases -
BILL POWELL, BROKER Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.
of mind?
small tax-deductible cost worth it m peace in 8 hour
pay. day 5
Come in and see what size box you d like today. 961-6461 964-6810) Call St. Phone 964.5311. tfehg day week, sick! leave vacations 2021 Aa'de

FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse state retirement. If interested

; 3 bedroom 1 bath, central please apply In person Personnel
CARL BEGGS heat it alr-condltlonlng. Corner (Manager, Sur.land Training Center

FLORIDABAH.It.JJt. Gulf ServiceUSED lot. Phone 9645367. tfchg Gainesville. Fla.

An equal opportunity employer

r \ \S t I R K E Top Prices for Wrecked Cars withstand 'eatJ1er200 each, _
: \ $2.25 dos. Special price on larger WANTED: Used Wringer-Wash
21 Hour Wrecker Service quantities. Bradford County
ere Will pay cash or take in atrlegraplJ

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .. Fuel Oil .. Telegraph.. tf trade on anything. DAHMER'3,

Used Cars LARGE TRAILER Lots for 964-7923. U-Cftg

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Hwy 301 N. 'Waldo Rent High and dry, oak

488-1933 sha Phone 964-6609 or furniture. TV'., Stereos any-
l'AiE I6. TKLEUKAI'II; MAY 21. 1970 9649937.tfohg UWI, ol value DA1WE.n'S: ,

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