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 30, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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a I K Jjfr Linda Denise StoneIs n.- Broad School


{ ij' 1 n BHS- ValedictorianValedictorian - Program Set

-' .-. of the Class of Witt C. Padgett, Starke. 4. '"

1970 at Bradford High SchoolIs Thomas Gregory Rlherd, son
Stralght-A students for the fifth six-weeks at BHS are (seated. )1-r) Rebecca Mc- Linda Denise Stone, daughter of Mrs. Joyce Rlherd, Starke.

Milan Kelly Richards, Bonnie Trisler, and Lucille Batten. Standing are Linda Stone, of Mr. and Mrs. D.B. Stoneof Dorisann Marie Spengler,

Gayle Hatcher, Ralph Yaggle, and Christy Padgett. Hampton. daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. This Summer

Salutatorian Is Jo Ann Salter V.J. Spengler, Starke.
Honors graduates are:
of Mr. and Mrs. Verdo
daughter Clara Louise Batten, daughterof

They Did It Again Salter demic Both, courses also coeds of Hampton.enrolled during their in aca-four Starke.Sue Mr.Marjorie and Mrs.Crosby L.W., daughterof Batten, n 5 Wrecks A broadened program, with 20-.
at BHS. Each has taken
years Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Crosby, on academics is planned
four of English and

Ten Bradford High students and Mrs. Robert Wade,Starke, is and world history! science and three years of math. Rt.Fredrick 2, Starke.Lee Graudon, son of Linda StoneValedictorian SundayOn by the Bradford school administrative -

made straight-A's for the 5th on the list for the second time this FRESHMEN Miss Stone Is the daughter of Mrs. F.W. (Fred) Graudon, staff.
Mr. and Mrs. D.B. Stone, Hampton.
end- year. She is enrolled in history Starke.
six-weeks grading period typing; geometry,English, chem- Gayle Hatcher, daughter of Miss Salter Is the daughterof Mark William Graudons, son Wet With Just 10 days of school remaining -

Ing April 29. istry, and physical education Col. and Mrs. Harry Hatcher of Mr. and Mrs. Verdo Salter, of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graudons, Supt. Tom Casey called
Two of the students, seniox Starke is on the list for the sec- Hampton. Starke. a special meeting of the School

Louise Batten and sophomore Ralph Yaggle, son of Mr. and ond time. She is the only fresh- Neither are Bradford natives. Deborah Ann Gray, daughter of City Sts.Four Board Tuesday night to obtain

Bonnie Trisler. made the elite Mrs. Vernon Yaggle. Starke, is man to make straightA's.Cayle's Miss Stone moved to Hampton Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Faulk,Starke. approval of the program which

list for the fifth straight time on the list for the third time this courses are Biology, when her Navyman father was Donna Sue Lamb, daughter of will Involve 116 teachers and,

this school year. One student year. He is the only boy to make home economics, algebra I, stationed in Jacksonville NAS Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Lamb, Starke. j4 persons were injured in hopefully, 1,300 students. Casey

senior Lucille Kauffman made stralght-A's the fifth six-weeks. English, and physical education. in 1965. Mr. Stone has since retired Paul Foster Lott, son of Mr. five auto accidents on Starke'srain failed to get a quorum but explained -

the list for the first time. Ralph's courses are geometry, The following is a list of students and has remained in Hamp and Mrs. F.P. Lott, Hampton. sllckened streets Sunday, the program to Board
education according to the City Police De- Members Seeber Goodman and
physical contemp- on the fifth six-weeks honor
ton.Miss William Robert Myrick, son
The 10 students, with only orary communications, biology, roll; Salter came to Hampton ,1 M A1Ill partment.All Charles Sawyer.
of Mr. and Mrs. My- ,
one boy included represent four were treated .
in 1963 when her father retired persons Since neither board member

1/100 of the 1,000-member BHS and moved his family there from rick Michael, Starke.Lewis Norman, son and released from the Brad- present voiced objections, Casey -
student body. Georgia. ford County Hospital. said he will go ahead and
RR Official of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman,
Says Linda plans to get married Only local person injured was send out information sheets and

SENIORS shortly after graduation. Her fiance SR-225, Lawtey. Thelma Rainer Jones, 63, 600S. survey forms via students while

Louise Batten,daughter Mrs. is in the Navy now stat- dtammC Epperson St. She was also school is still in session.

and Mr. L.W.Batten of Starke, is Lake Problem ioned at Pensacola. They planto charged with failure to obey a Under School
questioning by
a 1970 high honors graduate.She Drainage be married and go to England HONOR ROLL stop sign in a wreck occurtng Board Member Charles Sawyer,
is currentlytaldngDCT.VOE at the intersection of Westmoreland -
where Linda says she will workor Supt. Casey stressed that the
clerical, and data processing. go to school.Jo and Lafayette Streets. The 1970 will be
She Is employed at the Bradford Ann has two scholarshipsto SeniorsA 1963 Chevrolet driven by her summer program
oriented. It will
County Civil Defense Office. collided in the intersection witha academically
Needs Technical college and plans to attend
Study be the first time, he said, that
Miss Batten bas made straightA's Florida State University next Jo Ann SalterSalutatorian 1969 Oldsmobile,driven by Mrs. students will be able to get t,

for the entire year so far. fall. She says she doesn't know Louise Batten, Lucille Kauff- Linda Scoggtns Patrick, 18, Law- "reading writing and arlthme-
Lucille KaufCman, daughter of yet what her major will be. man, Christy Padgett, Linda tey. Mrs. Patrick was not InJured ,
tic" in Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kauffman Recommendation for a tech- visor J.L. Gelmlni stated: As valedictorian Miss Stone Stone. in the accident. The Chev- a summer pro

Klnglsey Lake, takes humanities, nical study and another meetingon "Please be assured that the will give the welcoming addressat JuniorsA rolet was a total loss and damage gram.
art, sewing, VOE, and annual the tri-lake drainage problemhas Southern Railway System Is always graduation exercises set for A-B to the Oldsmobile was estimated Main emphasis in the past has

staff. t been made by a Southern interested in working with June 15. Miss Salter, as salutatorian Kay Davis, Shirley Fayson, at$1,500.A been on a summer swimming

Christy Padgett, daughter of Railway System track supervisorto its neighboring communities in will give the farewell Freddy Graudon, Robert Joseph Rebecca McMillan, Kelly Rich Jacksonville couple, Oscar program. Sawyer indicated shouldbe bethinks

Mr. DeWltt C. Padgett, is on the his superiors. all ways possible. address. Green, Sammie Johnson, Diane ards. Harris Ball 49, and his wife, a summer program

list for the third time this year. In a separate letter to County; "As was brought out on May 7, BiTS annually names five high Griffis, Michael Lyon Fhylls Charlotte, 55, were taken toBCH much more than that.
She is enrolled in consumer Clerk Inman Green,Track Super- it will take more time and more honors graduates and 10 honors Lyon, Rebecca Newham, Janet A-B after their 1967 Volkswagen The program Is expected to cost
about less than $2
economics, VOE.clerical, short- technically-oriented meetings in graduates: Sapp, Dorisann Spengler, Ron- Donald Beck, Tony Castlen, crashed Into the rear of two or
hand, humanities, and PAD. She order to achieve a mutually High honors graduates, besides ald Strong Brenda Tomlinson, Donald Champion, Sharon Clark, cars stopped at the traffic lightat per day per child.

has made straight A's for the agreeable answer to this prob- Miss Stone and Miss Salter, are: Mary Sue Underhill, Karl Wels- Mark Crawford, Gloria Crews, Call and Water Streets. Ball Called School by Year the staff Summer an Extended Program

past three six-weeks grading Guard'sSummer lem." Donell Christine Padgett, singer, David McKnight Theresa was charged with failure to have it will
begin July and
periods. Gelmlni met with a group of Kelly Elaine Youngblood. his vehicle under control. run
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. De- (Continued on .Pace Four) through July 31. Teachers will
Linda Stone is the valedictorian lake citizens represented by At- Two cars, a 1963 Plymouth
work from 8 to 4
of the Class of;:)1970. She is the torney Linder Smith Jr., and driven by Clara McKenzie More a.m. p.m.
each Students however will
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.B. the Board of County Commis- 111, 80, and a 1966 Plymouth day. ,
p4 + 4 to school from 8:30
Stone of Hampton. Linda if enrolled sioners on May 7 on the effect i r driven by Mary Crowell McKenzie go : a.m. to
1:30 coincide
in British literature, phy- of Southern Railways culverts r r + w 76, were stopped for the p.m., hours that fi
with the Head Start
siology, psychology) ,*typing, through which Sampson Canal traffic light Both were headed buses be programso
humanties, and Is a teaching flows. The canal drains the three east on Call Street. The VW, can coordinated.
Each of the
assistant She Is on the list for TrainingTo lakes: Rowell, Crosby, and Sampson. traveling 20-30( mph, was unable county eight schools 1
1968 floodwaters backed up to It struck the carry on an academic pro-
the second time this year. stop. rear
according to Supt. Tom
and water got into many houses of the 1963 Plymouth and pushed gram
JUNIORS along Alligator Creek in Starke that car into the rear of tho Casey. For Instance, Southside

Rebecca McMillan daughter BeginNational and on Crosby Lake. Continued 1966 Plymouth. Damage to the Elementary available to, provide will have instruction teachers

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill McMillan, heavy rains have kept the water VW was estimated at $700.
Starke, is on the stralght-A list level high and left the lakes 1 i Tim Woodrow Keene, 22, We- at any level in grades 16.

for the third time this year. Her Guardsmen, 3,000 beyond their "normal" bounds. laka, was taken to 13CII after Hopefully, Casey said, each

courses are American history, strong, will pour into Camp "I am confident we can arriveat his 1961 Dodge, headed east on school will be able to develop
this weekend for their
American literature,phychology. landIng an acceptable solution to the Brownlee Street, went out of a summer session program wilt

geometry French, and teacher annual summer encampment. Bradford County drainage prob- control and hit a building, the that continuity. Lucidly, he said,
, assistant. Training here during the two- lem in the near future," Gel- Morning Star Lodge #26 on East teachers who signed up for sum-
week period ending June 13 will mini stated in his letter to Brownlee. mer work are certified in grade
Kelly Richards of
\ daughter te units of the 53rd Infantry U. levels that will make it possible
Mr. and Mrs. G.W.Richards. Clerk Green, which was distributed The car was a total loss. Keene
Starke made stralght-A's for Lrigade, with headquarters In to each county com- was charged by city police with to offer instruction at most.
Tampa commanded by Cor. K. level.Teachers .
the second time this year. She missioner. driving while intoxicated. He was any
takes American history C. Bullard. In a lengthy letter to J.E. treated and released from BCH. will earn $40 pei
geometry, Included in the Brldage is the day $800 for the 20 days.
band American literature Sims, Southern Railway super- No charges were made in a or
local Guard unit Co. D, 53rd Instructional units will be allocated
French n, and chemistry.SOPHOMORES intendent In Macon, Ga., Gel- r wreck which occured on SR-100
Support Bn., commanded by at each school fol-
mini explained the culvert station at 7:56 p.m. Sunday. But damages -
Capt. Richard Jockel.The 160 In detail He also sent totaling $350 resulted whena lows: vo-tech 14, Starke Elem.,

men and officers of the copies of that letter to the county Three Lawtey firemen receive certificates from the Florida Forest Service 1963 Chevrolet truck drivenby 17, county wide 6, BHS 26, BMS

Bonnie Trisler daughter of Mr. the unit will leave for Bland- clerk. completion of a rural fire defense course. upon Vasco Forsyth, Starke, collided 19, Southslde Elem. 9, Hampton
and Mrs. RoE.TrIsler, of Hampton inr at 8 a.m. Sunday and will "Both Mr. Smith (the attor- with a 1969 Buick drivenby 6, Lawtey 6, Brooker 3, RJE

I is the only other student, undergo an Army Training ney) and the Bradford County George A. Zlleli Jr., Wood- Elem. 7, and Anderson Elem.

besides senior Louise Batten Test on company level imm- Commissioners feel that the railroad bridge, Va. The truck was mak- at Lawtey 3.
who has made atralght-A'sfor ediately upon arrival at Bland- culverts are responsiblefor Fire Fighting GraduatesReceiving ing a left turn onto SR-100 and Each school center will de-

the entire year so far. ing. Last year the unit received this flooding after heavy rainfall had almost cleared the inter- velop a program capable of car-

On the list for the fifth time top rating In the test at although this was not entirely certificates and slstant district ranger, who Instructed Instruction was given in nom- section at US-301 when the col- ing for the educational and attendance -

Miss Trisler takes typing,creative platoon level.Advance evident to me on the shoulder badges for graduationfrom portions of the. course. enclature of fire fighting, map lision occurred. needs of the students
units of the Brigade In that That
will be done
writing, geometry, world strength of the information pre- an eight-hour rural fire defense reading, hand tools, weather effects center.
history, chemistry, and Spanish rill start arriving at Blanduig sented. training course are three Lawtey firemen attending some on fires, back firing tech- after an attendance and needs
T. Thursday with the main body Evidence presented to Celmln) Lawtey volunteer firemen-Spur- of the instruction but not the niques, brush fire techniques, Prisoner survey has been made.
(about 90 per cent) scheduled to at the May 7 meeting consisted full eight hours required for
Velma Wade, daughter of Mr. geon Massey,assistant chief; law enforcement. A summaryof will
arrive Saturday. The few remaining primarily of drawings and lev- Robert T. Scott The swimming program
graduation were ,
J.L. Scott, and M.M. Jordan, the course was given Friday In
In Charged be headed Mike Sexton andcarried
units will check by
els of the railroad culverts as fire chief. Robert Scott Jesse Morre Jr., night by Ranger McCullers.
Sunday Most units in the compared to the SR-235 cul- Presenting the certificates for Don Denton, and F.C. Prevatt. Bradford Deputy Dolph Reddish out by he and other

beCZEobn Brigade are from the Tampa vert. The road culvert is 2.82 the Florida Forest Service is Forest Service employees attending also instructed the unit In law Rape CaseA staff members. To be eligiblefor

area, although a few are scatt- feet lower than the railroad culverts A.G. McCullers, district fores- were Frank Wolfe, Jack enforcement dealing with fire the swimming program prospective

crier ered throughout the state. and has an area of 228 ter from Gainesville. Atextreme Pierce, and D.C. Klbey. defense. young Negro inmate of Ral- students must have at-
The annual Review and Parade tended first grade and not be
square feet compared to a com- right is J.W. Kelley, Jr.. as- ford State Prison was arraignedin
be the Guardsmen in a higher that the 7m
will staged by bined area of 191 square for the grade
Lake Butler
hr Saturday morning, June Tuesday, May grade for the 1970-71 term. Older
three railroad culverts.Gelmlni .
8, with state officials in the House Approves 5 DWI Trials Set 19th on a charge of raping a students unable to swim ipay,
reviewing stand. The publicis presented several pos white woman while assigned to apply for the swimming prog m.
sible solutions to the problem to a work detail outside the prison.
invited to attend this cere- Banning Sale Of Only portions of majorbusroutes "

mony. his J 1)superintendent: trestle In Plea Union County Sheriff John will be run. Swtnmlng
Reinstalling a over Submerged LandsA Busy DayFive buses will pick up sops tu-
Whitehead said that James Williams
Com- the Sampson River. -
Gen. Conner, 3rd Army dents in the academlGrosrain
mander, from Atlanta Ga,. is One existed there but was taken 23, is charged with leav- before they make the/ *** run,
expected to visit the camp dur- out and the three culverts sub- proposed constitutional; drtving-whlle-lntoxlcated George Stuart Parker was fined ing a ten-man work squad about Supt Casey said. /

ing the second week. stituted by the railroad in 1957. Amendment prohibiting the cases were entered on the County $151 of 60 days and his driver's 9 a.m. Monday and forcing the School 1 Prepared
Permanent buildings at Bland- 2) Lowering the existing railroad lila of submerged public land Judge's Court calendar for license revoked for 90 days. woman, at knife point, to let at lunchesa'11eri a, The

ing will be used to house the culverts; unless it is clearly within the trial when the defendant pleaded Mathew and Annie Bell Mos- him Into her home and bedroom, Class A lung X Bwill be lacked>

BRADFORD COUNTY( Guardsmen, as far as they will 3) Adding two more C.L pipe public Interest won 76-31 ap guilty In each case. ley, on a charge of contributingto where he allegedly attacked her. and deliver0 school centers

FARM BUREAU go, but the bulk of the men culverts under the railroad at proval In the House of Representatives John William Caudle GraceG. delinquency of a minor, will He said the woman later Identified by bus.

FAMILY SUPPER will be sheltered in a "tent the level of the existing culverts last week after it Page, Tom Hardy James Ell- be sentenced after pre-sentence Williams through pictures, -4 *-. a staff developnf -
city." Four nights of the encampment ; had been rejected' on two provirus hue Garland, and John Richard investigation. The case of Pete and also In a lineup. Program will be car-

will be spent on 4) Adding one more culvert occasion Labuda each entered a plea of Raffony, on a first degree arson rie the vo-tech center
SATURDAY, MAY 30 bivouac In the field. under the raldraad at a level The measure was vigorous\ not guilty to DWI charges. charge, was set for a prehearing. The prisoner was reportedly fo achers. Purpose will be
the final six months ofa
7.00: P.M. Camp Standing roads, severely more compatible with the levelof ly opposed by Rep. dene Shaw, Willie Perry, pleading guiltyto The arson charge stemmed serving for quaint the InstrucUonal staff

AT THENAMPTON damaged by last winter's the highway culverts; of Stark, who told the House four charges, was fined $500 from a fire started in his trail five-year sentence and had already aggra- I oPPOrtunities open to stal-
vated assault
SCHOOL rains and freezes, have been 5) Raising the level of the there are already 1,900 laws and 90 days, and his driver's er-addition. Elzle Sanders ap- received his ,work from rats and adults In vocaHocal-

reconditioned and are in good present highway culverts by filling dealing with submerged state license revoked for a year, plusan peared as his attorney.A the Probation & Parole papers Co chnlcaJ traln1rte.
shape for the encampment. with concrete until compatible land prohibiting the sale of additional 60 days if the fine pre-hearing was set for Larry staff ? *" the" trulonai -
All M.mh..nd.. ,.....w.. Ranges are also describedtop with the level of the raIl- such land If it !Is not in the isn't paid. He was sentenced Lee Turner, who pleaded not mission, a step toward bel ''c.t will spend five hours
PUu.Att.nd condition. road culverts. public interest."You won't be to 30 days on the charge of guilty to a charge of making I 'r day for 10 days in an in-
Williams requested a prellnary
Gelmlni also noted that, the able to sell any submerged: leaving the scene of an acci- nuisance phone calls. when ructlon1l1 course ta civil dose -
COfje LIQUOE CHARCE- Sampson River has been widenedby land If this amendment be dent where there was personal Robert C. Powell failed to appear hearing A. :; a program sponsored by

Two persons have been charged the county since the 1968 comes Vail of tm Constitution. injury; $36 or five days for on a charge of disposal of County and Judge ''State Board of Education

with liquor law violations at the flooding and "this has greatly ." Shaw declared. operating a vehicle without a property under lien, and a war- gers was ass Irta Fe Junior
Hide-Out on US-301 just southof reduced the effectiveness of both driver's license; and $26 or five rant was Issued for his arrest. public defender wouj" College has
on Edu-
) (2ommunitj the Lawtey city limits. the highway and railroad cul- of conservation bills days for operating a vehicle without Ethel Eloise Alexander pleaded tori Park
e arrangmeut Ions during the
Ethel Eloise Alexander, sale verts." He noted the culvertsare an Inspection sticker. All not guilty to the sale of an own 6-31 same
of an alcoholic beverage witha effective in times of ave- backed /by the organization.! sentences are to run consecu- alcoholic beverage to a minor, The preilmlnardetermine 8 serior period so any gradu-
Mate E .nk120.000 Conservation 70's. Advocates or other
or even heavy rainfall but eligible
license. rage tively. if .
and the case was placed on the |Its
Its to makesure may immediately
ays :
purpose enroll
that in periods of extreme rain-
James Higginbotham, posses- Perry for try!
was charged with hitting court calendar. cause
.. earn either
"PY.hmur.d' UMUOOOObr that no public land Isaoid three or six
fall bottleneck
sion of an alcoholic beveragewith a occurs his
child with
his charge
,_..... .o.... .-..-C.. Intent to sell without a unless benefits 'to the in his own pulpwood truck Sammy Leo Smith, charged with turned rape over rs of college work this sum-
(Continued on Page Pour) Public outweigh the damages. r on tile local campus.
license. ,-- Pleading guilty to a DWI charge Continued on Pace Ptaur) trial.

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Phyllis HaddockIs Shower Given UDC Notice Bradford County; Hospital
rr announces the following

ComplimentedAt For Mrs. Clemons W. T. Weeks Chapter CDC births:

Bridal Shower Recent BrideMrs. will have Its annual covered Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clifford

1 d&h. luncheon and installation UU4% Mies Phyllis Haddock br14eoe of officers at the hem James Allen. May 23.
Lamar demons\ a recent -
t of James B. Talley m. 1 of Mrs. F. B. Beard at Kings- Mr. and Mrs. Veomon Craft
?l. bride was honored at a
l.s 'WAS complimented at a. bridal last Fridaynight leg Lake on Wednesday, June; Padgett. Sbarke, a daughter

rr shower last Friday I1lgh'tliven bridal given shower 2x7 Mr Eldon S, at 12 noon. Cbanda Kaye May 23.

,rDebra by her aunts Mrs. B. app. Mrs. Rudolph:: ] Sapp and
t Pharti.tu-TtoS J. Griffin and Mrs. E. J. at the
t'i ,: Mrs. Tully Norman
Baker at the home of the ]latter
borne of the latter.Arrangements .
Society Editor In Jacksonville. of white and

Gifts were arranged undera red gladioli were used In the I graduateCOLDN
pink and white bridal shower
party rooms The refreshment
e umbrella with
fable was covered with a
streamers. The pink and (
white: linen cloth end centered
*hlfce color echeirfc was further : ;
with arrangement of white
Linda Sue ThomasTo carried out In the timing: / an
( gladioli aDd fern.
room 'where the table was ;,
Wed Mr. LarsonIn covered with a pink and white Three gam,.".s were played I
r fend prizes :
Jacksonville cake. Balancing'! than e cake was I / The :hostesses pnesented thehororee
arrangement of white glad-
; of
with three pieces
flarlwtl,! slver'! candlesticks -
LCDR and Mrs. Arthur C. JohnsTo 'by Gloria Ann HarrellTo :her chosen!! china and a four
hold Jig: white! candles-
"Thomas of Jacksonville announce ,- piece Melmiac/ place setting.
Wed Mrs. Ur.tfi, Harrell presided at
Wed Mr Hatcher
the. entrapment' of Among the 18 guests were
their rf-'ufrMer, Linda Sue, to Patrick HenryMr. the punch! ,bowl. Mrs Arthur Hewitt, mother of
played I In Moultrie Ga.Mr.
were .
Herman John Larson! son 'of the honoree and Mrs. W. C. n"'i' oil e
and won toy' Mrs.! ;
prizes llllBu.ova
!Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eugene and Mrs. Jerome Johns Clemens, mother of >the bride
David Canova And the hon- and Mrs. James (Monroe
Larson, of Winter Haven. announce tine engagement and groom ;
oree. Harrell of Moultrie Ga. an
The brVV'-e'ect i'J! grad' approaching marriage ofthel.r
the engagement! of
Mate cf Nathan Bedford For- daughter, Debra Jane 'to nounce
their OTorta Ann BarksdaleO'BrianMiss
rest Hlih School and laehoreogranher Patrick Alexander Henry, soncr Garden
Club to Harry Milton Hatcher m.
and Ingtrwtor! Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henry. '
son ct Col. and Mrs. Harry Bcbtte Sue Barksdale
'of the Cedar Hills-Twin Hills of Starke. The bride-elect la Honors Past Pres. : ,
Milton Hatcher, Jr of Stance and James P. O'Brian have
Baden S-.hool. She was!! lastear'oS also the daughter' \ .of James
Mist Harrell Is the granddaughter Bet their 'wedding date for
Charter MembersThe
; Bradford County Strawberry Johnston Fogg of Fort Lauderdale
.of the late Mr. and Saturday. June 27, at 4 pm. '
Festival Queen 'and has .
Mrs! O. N. Harrell 'of M many other beauty titles The" wedding! 'will: be an Starke Garden Club waa : ::
and the late Mr. and (Mrs' 'with following in la'
A reception
I I'l
Mr. Larson la! a native of event of Friday, July 17, In host at a covered idilsh! supper ,
wards Monday night:! at the home of Math Gay of Colqultt County the church recreation hall. dll III
Hogan-Ed Winter Haven eri! graduated the First Baptist Church at : ''l 11 9i, COLDN dim "A
from the Un'verslty .of Florida 9:30 p.m. No local invitationsare !' Mrs. A. Russell Norman' hon. GA.The All friends and relatives are r 'a I7ewes/ tilnlitt/
Wedding Set oring the charter membersand brlde-elPC't grad' 'lnlted :invited. to att.enct.Spaghetti. : tel, Automatic,
'with *Bachelor: : of Fcli!"nee being! sent. water niiit.nl.hock .
For September 5 In Joum".ull1and. Puiwic Relations All friends and; relatives are past presidents. from Moultrie High School In ( Militant,
He J f. noW employed Invited to attend the weddingan Following the supper Mrs. 1067 wind/ from Mf"-sh-Driigh-' Supper tilvirdlil, $60

Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. HO'lI\n 'iwlth the public relations' department reception following the E. D. Tenly installed the following on Bnslne-s CfMlenrs, Atlanta For Baptist YouthThe

of Orange Park announce the fit Cynn'M' Gardens. ceremony, at the home .of the officers: first vice- Ga. In 116B. She Is presently is at the head of the class.
bride. president' Mrs. H. B. Hamilton !emioloyed In Thomasvllle. Ga.
engagemnt of their daughter, The wdlT!fr will take p'ace intermediate SundaySchool

Melanie Kay to William on Auntst 29 at 8 p.m. In the ; second vice president The futoire brWeflroom', Is Department of the _, a ,, .
Mrs. L. V. Hardjn !third vice- the grandson of :Mrs. HarryM
Mr.Bowed and! Edwards Mrs. W. in H., Edwards son of:' Church.Hendricks 4001 Avenue Hendrlcfcs! ,Baptist Ava., Mrs. John Sanders president Mrs Lundy Prater; Hiteher and 'the late Mr. 'First Spaghetti Baptist supper Church at the held home a lJ t (ts!!- fflil ( 1il'i1rt'' r r cls n.

of end Mr
Gives LuncheonFor secretary Mrs. Jessie Young; Hatcher Storke. :
Jr.. 'of Klngslcy Lak>e. Jacksonville. : ,
bf Mr. and Mrs. John Greene
treasurer. Charles C. And the late
Mrs. Norman. Barton
from All friends of the bride and I'
Mils Hogan graduated
Board MembersMrs. tat Camp Blending on Saturday -
The and! meetingwas Mr. Barton of Atlanta ,
and the Invited supper '
Nathan B. :Forrest\ High groom parents are afternoon. NOCTURNE rr
held the patio. The Mr nct'-hM- io\57 pTod I
on f '
and to attend. II ,
School: In Jacksonville, College John Sanders!, pr:.sl. buffet .table' was! covered witha 'ate *f Bradford, High School The 16 young people and I liver Isi.wets dual.
!the Palm Beach Junior denit of tha Starke Woman's blue linen cloth and centered adults played sotftball and Brown co famatra0.
Assist end' aradnntr4( from G"O"nrlaMilitary t
School of Denta.1SQ. In Candy Stripers Club. was hostess at a get- with arrangement of : CollegePilldire/ swam during the afternoon $55 ''r
She is now employed
the office of Johnson acquainted; luncheon Monday; day lilies. Vllle. GIin 1<)B9.; While -at followed< by a spaghetti sup ll
In Jacksonville. Enjoy Swim PartyCandy lat the Holiday Inni far( the new At the close< of the meeting CMC. he nftnlriarl' "ft wlc of per. a / /

Mr. Edwards graduated board members. each honor (guest was givena Captnln, was 'a member cf the S a +r,
from (Bradford High School Stripers enjoyed s An arrangement of spring day lily plant. Rangers Drill Team CrmnThltder Mr. and Mrs. John Glover .of -o a a.
picnic-swim party ait crescentBeac.h flowers in a white tureen was t
and attended' .' South Georgia followed and nerved l us C"m- Jacksonville have purchased the J
on Saturday bya /
oUeae. John. River Junior placed en the head table and pany Commanrt' and received Hollls Knight home on N. Walnut t eoioiH
St. seafood cupper at Pappy"3In place cards' marked tha seatfug Mr. Glover is electrical 1 /' CENTINNIU "0"
street. an
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The 18 girls were accompanied members.Mrs. ToldMr. ,... his store at the corner .of W. -- Gilt dialAdiustabl. 1 duilablt|
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erring In the U. S. Navy. by Mrs. L. K. Whitehead Sanders discussed' f'Nv my. Call and Court Streets. ,y. bracelet
The wedding will take,! place lie al.'o received the DlittntruJshcd Zt5I
{sponsor. Mrs. Ralph plans for the coming club year and Mrs. Randall R.Chism br4accelel. i1iM1,000's
at 8 p.m. on ffpntpmber! 5 in Military Sru4.'nt Award.
Darby and Mrs Edward Grtf.- the
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the Orange Park Batters. Meth- tie! outlined! upcoming events. engagement of their daughter, Mr. Hatcher"' I.I ,1\1'P.S1'nt1v on MOUTH FLORIDA
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Party Given Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crawford Lynwood Walters of Wake Forest :

(; :=J JBI'JOII For Two HonoreesAt and visiting son her of Crystal mother River Mrs. Betty were; ten Seminary days with N.C.his parents is home Mr.for

.C 3 j7 Crews Home Crawford Mrs. S.L., on Peek Sunday.Sr. and Mrs. and Mrs.Mrs.Willard S.L. Peek Wynn Jr.underwent KNOWYOUB rI IT

Miss Vickie Putnam bride- Charles Darby returned Monday surgery In Alachua General Hos- I
elect of SP4 Jeffrey Jackson, from a week's visit with Mr. pital on Tuesday of last week. FURNITUREro'I
and Mrs. Wayne Kirkland a recent -
Terwillegar of the Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gunter Mrs. John Miller and children and Mrs. Phillip MaguIre
bride were honored at a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen Sapp
College of Charleston D.C.
will be and family of Eau Gall!. Kevin and of Wichita Washington
were Mary Anne Coca-Cola party; Saturday mornIng and family of Jacksonville visited -
home for
the week)
recent visitors of his mother, Falls Texas: will arrive fora at the Lester Crews homeon Mrs. J.C. Harrell of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp By DlLL.'WILSO'k'I"' t
Mrs. J.H. Fields and Mrs. Mrs. Nancy Gunter on Mrs. week's visit with Mrs. Mil W. Call Street, given by Miss and Mrs. R.H. Stockbridge of last Friday and Saturday. .
Herbert Green visited Mr. and Gutter's birthday ler's parents. Mr. and Mrs.E.L. Janice Mobley. Miss Pat Underhill Tampa were Friday to Tuesday
Mn. Robert Tanner In Baldwin Mathews. Kevin and Mary Anne and Mrs. Bobby Autry. visitors of Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers and
on Sunday. Mrs. W.E. Middleton and Miss will remain with the Matthewsfor Arrangements of Shasta daisies They visited Mrs. Blanche Wil- daughters and Miss Robert Carmichael PAYS TO BE PARTICULAR,
Madge ndlanHborBeachvisiting the summer at Klngsley Lake. and day lilies were used liams In the Macclenny Nursing of Jacksonville were Saturday -
Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent' to Monday at In the party; rooms. The refreshment Home on Sunday. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. DOESN'T IT MR. ADAM?
last week with the J.R. Weldon Mrs. Merle Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whltge and table was covered witha Tully Norman. 1r;
children In Jacksonville while children of Miami were weekend white lace cloth over yellow Col. and Mrs. J.A. Griffin attended -
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Weldon at- Judge and Mrs. T.A. Yawn Jr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie satin and centered with an arrangement a family reunion at the Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp i w;:;: Robert Adam Architect to a king! The
tended Liberty; National Life entertained at a family dinner Sheller and Mrs. Nancy Gunter. ,
of Shasta daisies.Thirty and children
home of Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Co- spent Saturday at famed
: ; architect to George III of England
Insurance convention In New Sunday Including Lt. Col. and guests called betweenthe Jacksonville k
Orleans. Mrs. W.H. Edwards m and family Mrs. Ralph DIggs was Saturday party hours 10:30 and 12 wart in Wachula on Sunday. Beach. '4 took his brother James into partnership, / /

Mrs. Paul Faulkner and Children -' who are enroute from Washington overnight guest of her son- o'clock. Lt. Col. and Mrs. W.H. Ed- Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr. I,'i, and the Brothers Adam, aa they are often
attended the wedding\ of a''' D.C. to Germany Mr. in-law and daughter, Mr. and The hostesses presented each wards m and family of Wash- attended the Florida Bankers :. referred to, gave the world gracefully-de
niece Miss Carrie Faulkner to and Mn. Mark Mack of Lake Mrs. Robert Farrior In Brooks- of the honorees with the vegetable ington, D.C. are spending two convention In Freeport. Grand signed furniture as well as homes.
George Clark In Jacksonville City and Mr. and Mrs. J.G. vllle. dish to their chosen china weeks with their parents, Mr. Bahama Islands from Wednesdayto
Sunday afternoon.Mr. CaldwellofStarke. pattern as a remembrance of and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell and Mrs. Sunday.Dr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Watersof the occasion Hal Edwards. Following their
and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fieldsof Pensacola spent the weekend visit they will go to Kalserslan- Patricia McLendonof Rock
and Mr. and Mrs.J.W.McNeely Jacksonville were Sunday with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. tern Germany for three years Hill, S.C. Is visiting Miss Jean I G
visitors of Mr. and Mrs.Cbarles
and daughter of Lake City spent and R.A. Colson In Starke and Mr. Duplicate Bridge tour of duty. Mundy at Kingsley Lake this Bm1J
Savage Mrs. J.H. Fields.
the weekend at their camp In and Mrs. J.L. Waters In Law- Winners NamedMr. week.
the Scrub celebrating Mr.Thomas' Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Campbellof tey. Mrs. Waters remained for Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Graham
birthday. Dothan Ala. were Friday the week and Mr. Waters will and Mrs. John MuaIIIOIoo. were In central Florida on bus- Mrs. Walla Lipsey is visit-
join the family for the week-
night guests of Mr. and Mn. end. line mire he 'wbmlns couple.at iness last week. ing her son-in-law and daughter ,I Adam armchair Adam ......... iro.p
Mn A.L.Hampy of Eustis Harold Branham.Mr. the Duplicate Bridge. Club Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wright i
was a Sunday, visitor of Mn. this week.
Nelma Keen and Miss Carolyn and Mrs. Edwin Williams Mrs. Clifford Edenton of Rich- Tuesday night: !where. five Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moore In Gainesville ,i t Robert Adam was notoriously meticulous.No .
'.Keen. visited their son, Wayne Blank- mond, Va. is Wednesday to Sun- table 'were In play. have had as visitors Miss Win- I detail was too small for him. If he deigned .
Mrs. J.C. Vining and daughter enship, at the University of day guest of Mr. and Mrs Harold Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tterwilferar ifred Cottle and Miss Cheryl Mr. and Mrs. Nell R. Craw- 'a the bed, he designed the bedspread.
Hannah, of Palatka. were Georgia over the weekend. Godwin. -were eecond and Mn Ann Cottle of Woodbine Ga.over ford gave a fish fry Saturday ; 1 lie even drew the patterns for fabrics to
Road 16 West
Edward: Burns and Mrs. Mar- at their home on
Barron last week the weekend and on Sunday Mr. his furniture.Bodcock.
James spent
Friday night Saturday guest rover
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. relatives. Mr. Crawford .
Cooper tats Moore were Third. for 65 i
and Mrs. W.H. Ellis and son
and daughterMr.
of Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Vinlng. with his
and Mrs. Palo Lucayo In visited Mrs. James Cooper In The club meets every Tuesday of Klngsland Ga., and Mr. and caught the fish In the Ochlawaha J.
Ensign and Mrs.Don R.Thompson Tallahassee. Mrs.Barron Joined Chlefland on Sunday and had din night in ,the Pratt Street Mrs. Paul Moore and sons of River recently.
and children ofCorpusChrlsfl them on Saturday and they returned ner at Cedar Key. Recreation. Center wtti< play' Gainesville, In celebration of
Texas are spending 30 days on Sunday. Marttnr (promptly at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. David Cottle's birthday. ir
leave with his parents, Mr. and W.M. Smith visited his son, Bridge players are Invited tafcttend. > Prosperity note: Whatever i f.
Mrs. W.B. Thompson Jr. Miss Melody Cuttino of Tilt Scottie, at the Naval Air Station Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglasof happened to the ole swim- :
In Mllllngton Term, over Atlanta spent the weekend ming hole? It moved to town. 1 8JRNJTUREand APPLIANCES
College was home for the week- |
Mrs Nate Dyal and Miss '
the weekend. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. America now has over 709,000
Mrs. F.W. Graudon returned
,," Della Rosenberg were In Sav- end.Mr. from Robert Green In Starke, and Mr. backyard pools one for ev r .
week's vIa-
annah Ga over the weekend and Mrs. William Whlsen- Mr. and Mrs. George K. Ben- a and Mrs. Howard Douglas in ery 32 homeowners. '
attending Georgia Federatvon hunt of Los Angeles Calif. are nett of Orlando are spendingthe it with relatives In Palmyra (This 11 the Twentieth in. a Serin) .ff
BPW Club convention. with her Pa. ::.I Cop>"a" 1037 by P.ul...." Co,.Ine.
spending ten days summer at the Dell cottageon l.J! ; .' ,. ,
i Merrill Edwards. entered, the parents Mr. and Mrs W.J. KIngsley Lake. Joining! themon Ii 1 .. ,. ; I .
Medical Center Epperson.Mrs. Tuesday for a visit were Dr. -(;"
Gainesville and Mrs. O.K. Bennett Jr., who .. SS v J\ 5 -- P .
Tuesday where he will undergo =-- -- -- ---=------- -
Linda Adklns is now em- are enroute to Blacksburg Va.
surgery Thursday.Mrs. as a secretary In the from Lubblck, Texas: where Dr.
Jim Lawson, Mrs. Bill Florid Probation and Parole Bennett received his PhD degree -
Chambers Mrs. J.C. Dukes and Office in the courthouse. In Industrial Engineeringat
Mrs. Elzle Sanders representing Texas Technology -College. Terwillegar Motors
the Junior Woman's Club, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Slatrun
attended the District 4 Work- of Starkvtlle Miss are spend- Richard Wainwright has gone
shop In Fernandlna Beach May ing two weeks with her parents, to Lake Tahoe, Calif. to workat
20. Mr. and Mrs. C.R. ScocnrtiM. a resort during the summer.

Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Shealy of
Atlanta were Tuesday overnight
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.C.

Faye's Frabics Hitch. BILL OF FARE ,I

Mrs. Loren Conner and daughter
Mrs. Peggy Garner, of At-
DRESS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY lanta were last Thursday visitors -
of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp.

Local admittances to Bradford
County; Hospital this week Include -
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: Mrs. Ruth Lee. Tracy "> pAPPETIZERS
Padgett, Lisa Lee, James M. --"- ::::::;/ --
McCrary, Harry Lasseter,
Charles Wynn, Mrs. Ada Law-
John L. Walker Lester L.
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L'd Willie L. McVeigh and ClintonS. -
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SEW SAVESPECIALS Ronda Bennett, Lawtey; Mrs.
Vassle Hemphill, B.L. Dun-
avant and Gilford Arnold Lake I

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Cane PoloUcense Plea Day Drainage .. Drought Ends The rain torougnt' wnelconM
Charged relief 'to the watermelon aDd
BillBecomes (Continued rr (Continued from Page One) Bradford County': aprDC tofbaoco crop. wiMcto' were b.
n Pace fJo4))
"It Is my opinion that something drought TOM broken when ail flnrttny do suffer In sons
Low leaving the scene of an accident cense revoked for 90 days;Peter should be done to alleviate average of 2.46 todhas!! of rain parts of the oonntgr.
In New River Pollution! where there was property' ; damage Stanley Bartoslak, $26 or three the periodic flooding of fell from Sunday; afternoon to The FlonUSa Forest' BenrlOT
( FJortJa'a new cane pole tax was fined $51: and three days; Sherry Ann Atherton. $51 Ibis region. Not only Is this 8 a.m. Monday. reported aloe fires during tote
-- -- -- denounced by County "Judge' days--10 additional days If the or three days; Sandra Rae Spencer a hazard to the surrounding community New River fire tower reported (week ending!: MOIda.J'! with J.

Charges that New River Is added "the waters from tra T. A. Yawn as "tnqultoue.' fine Is not paid. Harry Clifton failed to appear;; Ernest \ ; but, as I am sure you 2.7 Inches. Highland..... bad sores marred.
being by the duPont Ulmenlte Broadway was fined $36 for failure Robert Peacock, forfeited One -
mine drain Into Black Creek, has 'become h",. tout hook- nd- are aware, the railroad Is Inconstant -.i
mine at Lawtey were made but In flood times they come line anglers will likely have a to have his vehicle under of $36; Edna Schoenburg Katz danger of washouts In
for the second tune last weekto this way to New River." couple of months longer: to control and $26 for failure to failed to appear; Tim Woodrow many places between Sampson
the Union County; Commission. Fletcher said he had visited fish without plunking down $3 Immediately report an accident Keen Edith Janice Davis Law- City; and There.... 1
Stanley Wayne Alvarez was fined rence Cornelius Clark, James
the duPont mine and the company head
a for a state Ileenae.!
Don Jackson an officer at the Is treating waste water on three charges: no driver's Earl RankIn all failed to appear B
State Prison near Raiford. appeared before releasing It Into public The controversial Mil. oft license $36; no valid Inspection ; James David Diggs for Peggy Clayton, Susan Contois, ''Z'oi1f
before the Commissionto streams, and the process Is apparently Introduced and Bt defeated In. certificate, $26; and operating unlawful speed, $26 and for failure Charles Cowart, Ewell Craft, ADHERETO a OR ANY '
make the complaint. working effectively. previous legislatures became a a vehicle without a driver's li- to appear. $26; Suheil Hanne Debra Dyal, Carolyn Earl, Kath- "
Last month Jackson presented law as Oov. Kirk failed to cense $36.Donald Hananla, $36 or three days;Lor- leen Faulkner, Michael Cissy, CARS STEEL
the commission a petition Jackson retorted that waterIn veto ItTho K. Jackson Jr. was en Conyers failed to appear. Anne Hayntis, Malachle Henry, ft TRUCKS'' SURFACECONVENIENT
bearing 88 names of residents New River used to be clear new law' requires cane- fined $36 on a petit larceny Stephen Allen Thomas for unlawful Carol Hunt,Karen Hutchins, Hy-
of Union and Bradford counties and now Is not. He said be sawfish pole. ftobermisn, aires 16 to 63.. charge; Nancy Bruton formerly speed, was fined $16 or ta Johnson, Frank Mack, Gary "
asking that pollution In New Riverbe In the river coming from wo ere not on welfare to buy charged with receiving stolen three days and license suspended Melyjn.. Cindy Mitchell Donna /ff ECONOMICAL
eliminated. Jackson also the mine and that the fish were the $3 Annual license for fresh goods had the charge amendedto for 30 days. Nelson, Greg Padgett, Lane i-ft-
turned In water samples for ana In bad shape. water fishing. Previously U petit larceny and the sentence On worthless check charges well Kerry Rodrigue Elaine
lysis. Fletcher replied that the Game wag not necessary: to pwdtaaea \ > withheld from day to day. Mrs Floyd L. Fugatt Sr., on Sherman Ton Stone Willie BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPH
The river rises Baker County Commission Is not an enforce- license for cane pole fishIng Annie Lou Lott pleaded not three dlffenentcharges was fined Strong,' Debbie Thomas, Sandra
; and Is a boundary between ment agency on pollution that In a person's county. residence guilty; to using profane and Indecent $26 or 10 days plus restora- Tomllnson Ulysses Woods: >> San-
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Union and Bradford counties before It Is his duty; to report any such language and the case tion on each one; Emma P. New- ara n &IJ\m8U1UUU.o .
merging with Santa Fe RIv- apparent cases to the Air and DI". Earte Pry*. Game Commission was placed on the court calendar some to pay restoration and
er near Worthington Springs.A Water Control Board In Jack- director' has estimated court costs;Alma Nazworth,res-
meeting was set on the topic sonville. the tax will venerate 800. William Haycook, who failedto toration and $26 or 10 days;
and representatives of the Game Brantly assured Jackson his 000 Jor the first fiscal If appear forfeited $36 bond Doris Rehberg pled not guilty;
and Fresh Water Fish Commission year. for unlawful speed and opera- and the case went to the court H
agency will work with the sportsmen Implemented' !' by July' 1. With' WANT THE BEST ?
as well as those of other In attempting to correctthe his ad Invited. license WllbertL.Car 10 Sam McCutchen
agencies were Major situation. ; $26 or days; ,
Robert Brantly and Lt DouglasH. "We want something done a- Commission .plaits to hire additional ter, also failed to appear on $26 and restoration and costs;
Fletcher of the Game Com- bout this" Commissioner Ger- wild life agents to. the double charge of unlawful Walter Rhoden $26 and restoration -
mission attended the meeting. ald Griffls said. II'teJ>ouP enforcement! < of gamelava speed and operating a motor ; Dorothy Hankerson. $26; Years and Years of Carefree Service with
Jackson said the water In New Jackson said an Employes Club and to stock! fresh water vehicle without driver's license. and on worthless check charges
River was clear and fish beds Is being organized at the prison :lakes and steams DA Fry* Peggy Joyce Perkins was fined who failed to appear: M.L. Naz-
were visible there until about and asked how the club can help said.The $16 for not having a valid Inspection worth, Bessie Mae Lee, and J.H.
the Oldest Name in CualityCHOOSE'
two years ago when the water the Game Commission on huntIng bill passed the House sticker and $36 or five Warren.
became cloudy."I and fishing activities. Brantly B9-42. and the Senate 23-17 days for failure to have her vehicle Automobile Inspection certificate -
can take you men out there said he welcomed assistanceof after hot debate in 'both cham. under control. violations. Including "not
today" be said "and show you the club and would be glad beTOpponents claimed the Jack Harold Manning pleadednot valid" and "expired" were
fish beds In the creeks but to have agency representativesmeet new fax would hit hardest at guilty; to charges of no valid Charles Wesley Jenkins fined
there are none In the river." with the club any time. people who could\ least afford Inspection sticker and failure to $16; Zedra Williams Hamilton,
He said a report on the water it. those! in low Income /brackets appear and his case put on the failed to appear; Edward Johnson Carrier
analysis given him revealed that In a discussion of fishing in wh fish not so much for court docket. $16 Michael Reiner Scha-
the samples Included tailings the area, Fletcher a marine sport, but to put food on the lern, $16 or three days; Dll-
from the duPont mine. biologist, said the lakes In Union table. For unlawful speed Larry Lee worth Gllley sentence suspended -
"In normal times," Jackson County; are unproductive. Markham, $76 or five days, II- : Vernle Eugene Thornton. $16
- bond forfeited; Albert William .
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/ ial Norman's On Top Rec Rebels Keep Lead farm Bureau May.State! 'school districts havebeen '969. know if V
Funds tof the IMlnlmtum I not where his island I
/ allocated $426 million
Of Women's Softball LeagueWOMEN'S Over Cunningham GulfThe Family SupperSet Airing May' 1970. accordingto wipply Foundation'the major Program} portion, which of I["heir n fronded palms in air;
the office of State: Comptroller
know f cannot drift
>tate jrchool support,contributed only
the first Inning and the SaturdayThe Fred 0, (Bud) Dlcfclnon. ,, 'beyond hls-love and care. I
score 40043915. The remaining!
The 5-3 going
SO TBALL score was only Rec Rebels maintained a The amount. Is $2.7 million -
Hurst Shell ed the league into the fourth Inning but In one game lead over Cunningham remained 2-2 until the fifth when more than the amountdirburoed ) 2594.811 was derived from John Greenleaf Whittier,;
leading Colonla Florist 2-1, that Inning Norman's broke the Gulf for the top) spot In the Men'sSoftball the winners made It 4-2, and Bradford) County; Farm to school in May sales tax.
closed out the with fourn
until the fifth Inning Friday, game open with seven runs.Norman's league by downing Madi- the seventh. scoring Bureau will hold its quarterly ..------------tAr--.......,A.........
In the botto of the fifth Colonial had only nine hits, son Street Baptist 8-2 Tuesday, get-together and covered dish - -- -- - - - -
exploded hits and 12 xl by Carolyn Redding's three- May 26. The Rebels had 15 base hits supper at the Hampton School e
runs to end te game with a or-four and Carolyn Dyal's two- The win was the ninth for the paced by Gene Melvin and Jim Saturday, May 30, starting at
13-2 for-two. Koch's had five hits. Rebels Veasey, each going three-for- 7 pm. :
victory Colonial had 13 against a single loss. :
base hits toppe by Sheila Tay- KOCH'S 13 In this game the Rebels once four. Mark Graudons had two Fried chicken and drinks will vjf hCOOL IDEA FOR SUMMER :
lor's three-f.-flur. Diane HURST SHELL 3 again were dependent upon their of the losing team's seven hits be provided by the Bureau, and
Searing had twd of Hurst's sev- Koch's Drugs on Monday, May defense until the offense could ladles are asked to bring a covered -
en hit. 25, lashed out 17 base hits In get rolling as the Church team STARE UTILITIES 22 dish of vegetables,, salads,
NORMAN'S FAH&l& 14 paving their way to a 13-3 put up quite a battle. PROFS 17Starke or dessert. i ir condition
KOCH'S DRUGS: whipping of Hurst Shell Serv- Each team scored twice In Utilities,most Improved J.M. Edwards< Jr., newly elected i
Norman's Farm Kept abreast ice.Diane team In the league, downed the Farm Bureau president
of Colonial In te league stand- Bennett led Koch's with Jan Powell had two of Hurst's- Profs 22-17 In a slug lest. urges all member families tr
score 14-3 In lye Innings Fri- three hits in four times at bat, seven hits.NORMAN'S. This was one game you wouldn'tbeUeve attend. .
day. Sharon Prevatt was two-for-two the city team scored 11
j 7 runs In the bottom of the firstto .
COLONIAL :5 lead 11-1 only to find them- City CountySet : e
1 1I I In the nightcap of the Monday selves trailing 16-15 at the end @ '
SIMMER night double header, Norman's of four Innings. .
PROGRAMAT Farm got even with Colonial for The city team then scored seven HolidayCity .
a previous defeat by edging the times In the fifth to win It -
Florist team 7-5, and moving !217. THE -
THEBradfordUnion into a share of the lead for The winners had 20 base hits, and county employeeswill .
first place In the league stand- while the get a holiday for MemorialDay
losers had 18 Glen
AreaVocationalTechnical ings. Moore four-for-fourandBob when falls this Saturday, : Quiet One
May 30, but business otherwisewill
Center Both Colonial and Norman'snow Pace three-for-four for the city, :
on as usual.
have identlval 3-1 records, go
while the Profs top hitters were
f STARKE. FLA. each having lost to the other. )avld Bennett three-for-four and The City; Hall will be closed e .- Compare Quietness,
Saturday and Monday. It Is e
This game was tied five all ion Davis three-for-flve. Compare Looks
from the fourth inning on but ordinarily open half a day Saturday -
July 6 Through July 31, 1970 in the sixth Norman's took advantage e Compare Cost of e
of shoddy Colonial field- WINN DIXIE DROPS The county courthouse will o Operation andBuy e
Classes i open to present vocational students, ing and Helen Ingle's base hit PLAZA TO THIRD ,PLACEIn be closed Friday and Saturday, .
studentsgram !"t expect to he In a vocational pro- to score the winning runs. Men's Softball actlor except for the office of Tax
and other students who would Colonial outhlt Norman's 10-6 Monday, May 25, Winn Dixie Collector J.R. Kelly. Kelly's .
ne to with Rheba Haynes and Diane (upset Plaza Lodge 9-8 by staff will be on the Job Friday
like to nd. who are entering 9th grade or a- Jordan going two-for-three and staging a five run winning May 29, because a tax sale has 0 WcstinghouseAir :
hove. alt one of Diane's was over the ally la:: the bottom of the been previously scheduled. -
fence. Norman's had six base seventh, Inning. That office will close Monday, o e
ASSES WILL BE OFFERED hits led by Sandra Norman'sand Plaza, who was tied for second however, and the rest of the 0 0
THE FOLLOWING; AREAS: Carolyn Bedding's two-for- place. with Cunningham courthouse will be closed.
I'' three. gull led the game all the The Florida Bank at Starke

*. Electroncs Technology .*. Data Processing These games were played way until the- seventh' Inning Community State Bank andFirst : Conditioners :
*. Electra echanks *. Automotive Mechanics!" Monday night, May 25, rather happening. Wlnn Dixie: scored all Federal Savings and Loan,
contacted Monday, said bus-
*. than on Friday, May 29, becauseof eight of their nine runs In the
Horticul ure Sewing the Starke Invitational being iness will go on as usual Fri- .
liial two
Drafting, *" Typing held at Westslde Park this week. Each team had 12 base MU day and Monday. The banks and
The women will not play again with Ron Lock pacing Winn vlrst losed Federal are normally 24,000 BTU

*" Radio & Television Repair until Friday June 5, with the Dixie! with three following schedule
; .hiding a circuit: clout. Fred Commerce, local
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CLASS HOURS: 8:30: to 1:30, Mon. thru Fri. 9:00 p.m. Norman's vs Hurst Wheeler hit the triple 411 be open as usual Saturday.
'rove in the wlnrtnar:! run For
Plaza, Al Waddell: was three
REGISTER NOW AT CENTER STANDINGS: for three and David Laislter, Schools Receive .
Colonial and Norman's 3-1, Ko W
OR CALL ftfij.fiisn two In
ch's 2-2, Hurst Shell 0-4. two for 1* $160,151 May .
LAWTEY I* State RevenueState .

Lawtey wuthlt the. League's .
best hitting. team 19-18 'Hut school fund sources
lost the game 16-13, In a 6. ,,:e have allocated the Bradford : SLADEGAS
I 'Which provided the fans 'wal-h County school!\ system $160.151 :
plenty of Softball action: Mon for May 1970, up almost $7,000 ,
over the $HZ.945 the county

I day.Both teams \scored In almost received In May 1969. I AND APPLIANCES
every inning:; but Cunning. Baker County' school received :
$80.572. from $78,095
ham's nine run'! first: Inning'
for Lawteyto lat May; Clay school received
to much
was Just :> .
overcome Harold: : Godwin $240.282. up $30,000 over the : 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 .
$210,794 received In Miy 1969
and Harold Davis led: the winners

four, each performs having: :uses.three-for-Robert $48.183.and Union up from school$43,173 received last. ............... ..................

Scrtt for Lawtey topped all.
batters with a perfect f.I1",fol'-
four which\ included' two inside ..-
,:the prk, homers Chance I Ask The People Who Can Solve; Your
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Puff-Quilted cover. Going Into the bottom of the
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Nb'n.&T'' 95 the Gulf team led 103.( The JACKSONTOM
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SET that bit inning and scored MARC JACKSON JACKSON I
nine of them and collected 10
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Flags at Camp Blanding ana 50 CAULKINGCOMPOUND Home
the Starke National Guard arm-
411t a q urt2i I>ry will be displayed at half- Water Hose
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6th Invitational l Softball! !r Garden yy SoffbalI ers '\ \ Bantam BaseballSOUTHERN New Electrical Service electrical To businas OpenJohn for 18 years -

E. Glover, formerly of He had pi-chaw the
only 6-4, but posted a 5-0 win Jacksonville Is opening .the D i Knight hon on N. walnut -
I Win Perry Tourney DISCOUNT 6 Friday, May 22, Donnle Thomas Glover Electric Service at 167 'St. and will xcupy It, with
POLICE DEPT 3 W. Call Street, and will peclale his wife and too children as
Tourney Begins TonightINVITATIONAL # was two for three to lead the .. In residential and commercial soon as redecorating work Is
The Garden Restaurant traveled Jackson Prevatt used ball coifcv
This game provided the fans winners while Frank Bennett was electrical work. completed. {
to Perry, May 23-24 to with an abundance of runs and trol on the mound to stop Pol- two for three for coke. .Mr. Glover has been In the
They will most likely get some participate In the Perry Invitational hits and excitement Nine home Ice Dept, 6-3. and give South .
The Sixth Annual Starke Invitational Softball tournament whi- ern Discount there fifth win In
strong competition from the runs were hit In the game, five BPOE 6
Softball Tournament play Garden, winner of the Starke ch fielded a draw of 10 teams, by the Garden and three by six games. w
'beglhsTThursday" May 28, fete Pre-season Invitational in April Including Milton, Florida, run Milton. H.T. Waller hit Milton's Prevatt gave up seven hits, COKE 2BPOE
runs through Sunday, May 31; and the Perry Invitational last ner up In the 1969 World three while for the Gar striking out four, but only walk Increased their won- ar: t
lost record to 5-1, by downing
at West Side Park in Starke. Tournament; and Tallahassee ed three batters. In contrast,
week Gainesville Southern Air den John Watson hit three, Jim
The 12 team tourney draw will and Clearwater Crystal Lounge Barwlch, a participant In lastyear's Garllngton and Harold Bishop Police used three pitchers, giving wInless Coke, 6-2. Behind the
three hit pitching of Tommy Wise,
feature 12 teams from the State will also State Tournament. The Garden up seven hits, striking out
provide strong compet- hit one each. outhlt
of Florida and Georgia, Starke ition. The Garden took the Cham- Milton 25 to 22 In two. but walking nine batters. BPOE led all the way as Wise
Garden Restaurant, Savannah, The tournament draw calls for pionship with a record of five them 23 to 18.Garden's defeating Jeff Jockel led Discount with fanned 11 coke battlers.
Georgia, Gainesville Southern three games to be played Thur- wins and one loss defeating_ next opponent was two hits while Dean Brown and Kevin Kelley led BPOE at the "
Air, Moose Club,Ferry Palatka sday night, four games Friday both Milton and Barwick. The, Barwick Tallahassee and Bar- David Gaines had two hits each plate with two hits Including his ,,,
second over the fence smash of
Lake City, Titus- Garden collected'86 for Police
Clearwater night, 13 games Saturday and base hits wick was sent to the loser's
the outhlt
vllle, Sanford, Ormond Beach, season.
three games Sunday. an average of 17 per game, and bracket by the score of 11-9
and St. Augustine. Thursday schedule7:30: p.m scored 60 runs, an average of Garden outhlt Barwick 17-12. BPOE ]13 5-3.
The Garden Restaurant Is defending Garden 12 per game. POLICESFriday
vs Palatka 8:45 After Barwick
defeated Milton
; p.m. -
BPOE League Standings-Southern Discount -
champion while Ormond May 22, saw
St. Augustine vs Southern Air. Garden first downed D&B they came back to the
5-1, BPOE 5.1, Police 2-4,
Beach is the defending runner- explode for a 13-3 wallopingof
10 p.m. Lake City vs Ormond Rentals of Tallahassee 10-L winner's bracket to again face Coke 0-6.
up team. Savannah won the Beach. The Garden's second opponentwas the Starke team with the task the Police, lashing 14 hits.
tournament in 1968 and after a Friday schedule- JO'S HOUSE OF PIZZA The Kelley brothers were the Vietnan j Vets
7:30 of
: p.m. having to defeat the Garden BPOE each ScheduleNo games will be To The Returning :
disappointing showing last year big batters for
Gainesville Moose vs Titusvllle. of Milton, a team boasting the twice In order to win the tour Kevin played Friday, May 29, becauseof
will be out to take the championship 8:45 going three for four.
p.m. Perry vs GardenPa player of the I
the Starke Inv. Tourn.
trophy back to Savannah. hit out of the park.SOUTHERN .
, latka winner. 10 p.m. Sanford vs 1960 World Tournament; H.T. In the first game Barwick one Monday, June 1- BPOE vs Sou- It you are Interested in Converting pur SGLI
- Waller, and two other all-world managed to hand the Tournament DISCOUNT 5 thern Discount; Government Insurance with one of tie Participating
performers. winner It's only loss 11-8 COKE 0 Tuesday, June 2, Coke vs Po-
W & D TRACTOR SALESBox : by scoring four runs in the Southern Discount outhlt coke lice Companies, j
St. Augustine-Southern Air win- sixth Inning. Garden outhlt
ner, 11:15 p.m. Clearwater vs Barwick 14-13. McRAE
Lake City-Ormond Beach winner. Carter Prevatt Thomas
In the final game of the tourney Lundy, ,
Fla. Ph. Alachua 462.2628 ;
75 LaCrosse, "to. determine the championship 964-5275 i

OLIVER TRACTORS SATURDAY;> SCHEDULE-: : the Garden outhlt Bar- Win Pitch, Hit, Throw Contest He will Explain All Benefits
10 DIFFERENT SIZES a.m. Savannah vs Moose-Titus- wick 14-7 and defeated the Tall
ville winner. ahassee team 8-5 to claim the Thirty boys participated In 9 year olds- Bill Lundy 149,
Games will be scheduled one championship. PltchHlt,& Throw contestcon- Bruce Woltred 145, Joe Boyer M. T. Dixon, director of the Florida D lt. of Veterans
TOWN & COUNTRY GARDEN TRACTORS hour and a half Milton came out of the losers 142.
apart throughout !. ducted by the Starke Parks & Affairs veterans to exercse care in
WITH MOWER\ ATTACHMENTSFrom Saturday with the last Sail bracket in a Jacksonville Invitational urges
Recreation Department, Satur-
tournament in 1967 10 year oldsDavid Carter for converting Heir incur
to selecting a
urday game scheduled for 11:44 company
7 to 14 Horse Power with Gear or day, May 23.
234, Gene Tanner 224-1/2
hand the
Garden double defeat
P.m. a ance. An insurance policy becomes store! meaningful
Hydro Drive. Sunday games are scheduled to and relagate the Starke team The contest is sponsored nat- Griffith 153, Eddie Akridge 148. and valuable over the years, and I veterans
begin at 1:30 p.m. with the semi- to a second place finish, and ionwide by Phillips 66. The 11 year olds- Jackson 1t Prevatt will find it helpful to have a responsibl company
Implements, Sidewinder Mowers, Holland finals and the finals to be Barwick eliminated Garden from tour winners will now advanceto 263-1/2, Andy Crews 235-1/2, available when the reed arises.
played at 3:00 If third the 1969 State Tournament. and agent readily
pjn. a Mike San-
Transplanters, Cole Planters, the District level competition Rex Selmer 205-1/2.
game Is It will be But In Perry, the Starke team Veterans Interested in converting theirinsurance
to be held In Orlando, ders & James Groves 202-1/2.
John Blue Ezee Flow and Others.
at 4:30 got its and has Its
played : p.m. revenge June 6, should apply to one of the participaing 'com
and Tournament passes will be sights on defending their title 12 year olds- DonnIe Thomas in the local conmnnity,
Combine Hay Equipment ponies through an agent
required for admission to games. this week end as champions of 372, Eddie Nails 922, Dale Haas
The passes which are good for the Starke Invitational, with The Winners and their scores: 303-1/2, Mike McFarland: 265. : lit Dixon advises.
TRACTOR REPAIRS on-AiT, MAKFS & MODELS the entire tournament may be thoughts of winning their third
Calvin C. Williams and Raymond Dval acquired tor a donaton of$1:00.: consecutive Invitational tourn-
ament of 1969.

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I. \\J-I\: : {':.' The Friendly Floridian ca.mFlorida. has no inheritance tax,
Team Pacing Bantam Baseball I. "J\ paign designed to make visitors no income tax, no severance tax
I' 'v- to the Sunshine State{eel welcome on minerals and no tax on the
was originally promoted by the first $5,000 of the appraised value
S. Discount 10 Dale Haas and Randy Martin I state's number salesman,Dick of an occupied home.
Coca Cola 4 paced the winners< at the Pope of Cypress Gardens. -
On Tuesday. lay 12. Southern -
plate going two for three .
Discount ftownisd Coca "while Terry Fox was two for. I : ._ -' '-
Cola 10-4 lor thtfr second win three for the losers r 1A
los l .er '
against no $ o- ,
In Tuesday' |ime the Dis- w y
count 'team owned)! five tuna BPOE 17SOUTHERN :' SCOTT'SMobile
in the first InnUz And after DISCOUNT 5 :
Coca Cola erne" bade to trail Tuesday, May 19, found! i
by only two run) the winners BPOE turning the, tables on { .
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'then scored. Cite mare runs Southern Discount! with the rr I Home SalesSLASH
Elks team giving Southern
to put the sure' I away.Dlscaunt -
h, tfte ball well Discount the kind of treatment : ,,* ,
collecting 11 xtse hits pacedby that the Discount team *

Larry Whie and Donate other had been league dishing''teams.' out to the L 11 r .l RMJ .. I1 1II
Thomas each going:' two-tor- BPOE utilized ..4-r' e =:
only nine
two. Dana' )fedgett was the
base hits to r
winningjnWhier.'! :aldsvuftng: ) score 17 runs
only five nits: Jay Godwinwas but the Discount boys had real .
pitching problems. The losing S h { ,
the brlgli:: spot ,of the ,
team used three pitchers 1ft
Coke team' asie was twof01'otwoO. ;
this game ana:! in addition to I r ,
BPOE 11 being tagged for nine hits "'.'
they Issued nine bases 7XAAAAgCAIA
COKE: 10P'rkday night,.May 15, saw tails. and put five ,players on Members of the Bradford thighGirl's GAA Members Receive Awardsphy ine Peterson, Daisy Coleman Carol ,a-r.A ,,
Olive Buby,
>base as a result of hit bats- Mary Lane
Athletic Association were
BPOE and Cokeock up in a j t
receive letter.They are -
to a
real thriller wlti BPOE scoring men. honored at an awards dinner for making the most pointsof Emma Reed Linda Sheering Elizabeth Harvey Its,
On the other hand Henry
Tommy Tuesday at the Holiday Inn. Jeanelle Aldridge, Carol McKinney -
the wlnr.lig run lit the any of the 60 GAA members- Linda Haas Carolyn
bottom of the finial 1nnlnll Wise! pitching for the Elks The team of Linda Haas received Powell Gloria Williams, Brenda tt
gave up six hits struck cut a plaque to remain at 117.Debra Reddish, Debra Henry demons and Denise JacksonGLASS
after two were t. hands six, and issued: 'three walks. the school as the top group Henry received a tro- Reed and Helen Long.
The lead c' :aged Bobby Patterson was the big among five teams in the GAA. phy as the top volleyball playerin Red and white emblems were t
four times 1n is In
game man with the ,bat for BPOE Miss Haas' team finished first the club. She is describedas presented all the girls for their
the first Inn In Coke soc d 'with a three-fordour performance. in volleyball and basketball and an excellent player by Mrs. participation In the first GAA LIVING COSTSBuy
three times to ke a com- Kevin Kelley, Tommy second in selling Christmas bows McKinney. group at BUS. They are Prlcllla FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors
manding lead b BPOE cam Wise, and Mike MeFarland:: and night shirts. Starling, Pat Turner, Linda Wil- ,
back to tie thin up by ecr-( Six GAA members were awarded Beautiful Mobile Home Now
each had 'two hits James Members of the top team are liams, Velma Mitchell Carolyn a
ing three runs their own. Martha Brewer, Pat Corbett,Ann letters for scoring the high- Brown Gayle Johns, Debra Givens -
twio-for-hvo and
was est number of points of the and SAVE! ,
The second inning saW' Donate Thomas oneforonefor Haynes, Sherry Cowart Dorothy Gloria Crews/group.Carol Viola Griffis, Gayle Hat- FOR EVERY PURPOSE
BPOE shove roSa three Spearman Cindy Mitchell,Emma They are cher, Sharon Crews, Robin Cor-
lead Discount. Darley, Linda Ma this, Ruthell SHEA'SGLASS Our Low (herhopfl Means Savins!" Vnr- Youl 1
more t to 6- Reed, Debbie Douglas and Miss bett Gwen Bright,Janell Thompson
Standings: Southern Discount Smith, Debbie and Jan-
Going \Into fifth Coke And BPOE 3.1 Police Haas. ice Stancil. Douglas Brenda Grlffis Yvonne Phone 96.1.6657( V. S. :301 North
having acered more run ; White, Paula West, Candy Clayton CO.
Dept. 2-2: Coke 0-4. Linda I lass also won the sports- ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET t
in the four.h.; BIpE was leading Barbara Hudson, Cindy
6.4 but Coke exploded for Schedule: Friday May 22- manship award given by Instructor Pins were given eight other Chesser Cindy Duck, Cathy 972-4315 372-4 JS1
six big runs. In tie top of the 6:30: pm. Coke vs S. Discount: \icld McKinney girls who were high point scor- Swafford Debbie Green,Barbara 1111 N.W. 4th Pl.c.Gainsvill. _-TL _
fifth to takewhat seemed like 8 p.m. BPOE vs Police.( Mon. Gloria Crews received a tro- ers but didn't quite score enough Ten Etch Betsy Jackson, Paul- *
day May 25 6:30: p.m. So.
an Insurmcuntatie!] lead.
Discount vs Ponc: : Tuesday, -
BPOE vasnl' through
though' they. cane back '"wMi" : May 26-6:30: p.m Coke Vs

then four runs in the to iast1nning!! pushed and- BPOE.: By Popular Demand Sale.

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BPOE 'W'asecJat\ : the plate
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three white' T nmy Wtoe.
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James, !! and. tddle Akrldere Continues Thru 30thWells
had two hits ev losers. Keith M'.ey: was the
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Leading 6-5 3ccrmt 1rcke: t'hyN' r
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SPRING GRID CONTESTVarsity 2 Runners Finish'

In First Marathon

To Take On Seniors Friday NightFootball Eight;young---Bradford- --High- -dis- up said.their Had Greenand pace of the_LOWery first KePt 17

tance runners ran their first miles they world)have finished
marathon Sunday -
standard Olympic In three hours Considered a respectable -
., ., ""'" two of them finishing the time t>r marathon run-

fans will have their ball game.The seniors have many Admission is $1 for adults and i for the varsity. Starters are ex- ftcrlmmage. "We thought the been consistent all spring and 28-mile ordeal. ners ,
last chance before next Septem- names gridiron fans will recog- 50 cents for students. The Athletic pected to be Farelon McClel- young kids worked real well Forsyth has shown improve- Larry Green was first In 3 The best narathon runners
ber this Friday night to see nize plus they have recruited Department is hoping foia Ian at center, Dennis Crawford Our JV's are much farther advanced ment, especially: at linebacker. hours, 43 minutes, 1.1 seconds. cover the dlstace In 2:12to2:30: ,
griddiron action when the grad- other good athletes from their good crowd to refurbish the i and Gene Harris at guards, Dent now than they were at Forsyth Is the Inside linebacker Jimmy Lowery was second In according to Cach Loper.
uating seniors take on the 1970- class. department's coffers which went t ny Jackson and Lyn Register at this time last year,"Hurse says. and Johns Is the rover lineback- 3:43:5.1.: : Four boys dipped out at 21
71 varslly; In the annual spring "They'll have a very capable lacking last season with twc> tackles Charles Wright at tight With several players on the "Really excellent performances miles- Leona Garl18tt,Richard
game. club," says Coach Hurse. games Including homecoming,, end, Marty Meng at wideout Injured list the BHS varsity; had er.Fullback Brad Carter looked Is Coach George Leper'sdescription Fill, Holland C>rbett, and eighth
The seniors are undefeated in Names fans will remember are rained out. (split end), Brad Carter at fullback too few players to make up two real good In the scrimmage fora of their effort. Con- grader Gerall Griffls. Grime

competition with new varsity; Mike Norman, Ralph Morgan, "We expect a real fine ball I Dale Johns atrunningback, teams for a game scrimmage.But .ninth grader Coach Hurse sidering the age and that It was was third untl he]was forcedto
clubs, and that goes all the way Rudolph Perkins, Tommy Black- game that the fans will enjoy,"> and Kelly Forsyth at the flip a two hour scrimmage was says, and continues to show Improvement the first time they had ever tried drop out. ,
back to the state champion teams, shear, Buddy Sapp, Bill Buby, Hurse says. "It'll be wide ope, flop back. held under the lights with the to cover such a distance, times David Meng drcpped out at
Coach David Hurse says. Mark Mile with a lot of passing. Defensive starters, other than squad working on both offense Both Gray Flynn and Wallace were really good, the cn chwe've 17 miles and Few Gaines at

Starting at 8 p.m. the con- Mark Milner, Tommy EHand,and Tim Murphey and Dean Johns,, the above boys, will be Gray and defense. Lee turned In good Jobs at defensive Improvementand 10 miles. ,t
test will be a regulation foot- Benjy Moxley. will divide quarterbacking dutiesEach |: Flynn, Wallace Lee, and Ver ""Pretty well pleased" wasliurse's safety, as did Raymond! we've got to been show getting It from Reason the non*s dropped out
non Barber. brief description of the Hendrlth, Tommy Smith, Marty was mostly crams, Coach Lo-
Barber -
Coach Hurse and staff were Tornado offensive effort. He had Meng, and Bobby Mllner. Danny Jackson and Vernon With fe burning of
generally pleased with the two less to say about the defense. The play of the new offensiveline ,!' Coach Hurse says. Bar-the oxygen lactic acl builds up In
ber and Kelly Forsyth
scrimmages held last Friday under generally pleased the coa- Jackson and the body and cra s result. The
the lights. Veteran senior Tim Murphey, ches too. Jackson and Register Inside linebackers. cramps and bli rs combinedto
The JV squad had a full game getting his first real try at the the two big boys at 200-plus linebackers.Brad Carter are Dale the Johns strong Is side the knock out th boys who did

quarterbacking post, pleased are stronger and quicker. They not finish.
Hurse with his way of runningthe were credited with good work roving linebacker. "This Is the eme test for
McKnightNamed and Randy Gas-
Charles Wright
Tornado offense.Murphey had both ers.Considering
offensively and defensively. long distance -
at the
lettered three years but Just Freshman tackle Vernon Bar- kins showed Improvement the fact tha they're young,
To began to work at quarterback In ber also looked good at tackle. offensive tight end position. mostly freshm the effort was
mid-season last year when injuries Wright caught two touchdown pas- Lier said.
forced the situation. However David McCutchen, Bobby Dyal, ses In the scrimmage. He Is a outstanding,
Gene Harris, and Dennis Craw- to The boys had prepared for the
he turned out so well that freshman that fans get
ford all good at their offensive next marathon for* ral weeks, run
AllLoopCage'S' Hurse Is letting him fight It out know well as a sophomore
with another veteran senior, Dean guard posts. This Is the last season. Both also played well ning 10-15 mlej per day. Pur-
week the post of the m athon was to get
boys will
Johns, for the starting post next get to workon at defensive end.
season. Johns didn't play Friday their pulling and trapping Farelon McClellon Is contin- ready for the in comers mara-
rtvllle Beach this
thon at
night because of a shoulder Injured game. uing to show Improvement at
at the team's annual spring "These boys have Improved center, lIurse says, and has summer. Thee is also a mara-
considerable since the beginn- this week at thon run In tcember at Stone
Bradford High eager David Mc- lake party last week. shown Improvement
Knight has been named to the Johns this week developed a ing of the spring on their ability defensive end, as has Gary Mel- Mountain Ga;'in which Loper
":Y to hopes to enter:ds squad.In .
pull and
Aa $ Florida Star All-Conference bas- strip throat Infection and missed vin.Also
Sunday's Mrs. Loweryand
ketball team, the only 1969-70 two practices but Is expected to ays. showing Improvement and run
Tornado to make the mythical be ready Friday night. Harris, at tackle on defense, working real hard, Hurse says, the coaa's wile, Jeanie,
squad. The two running backs, Dale res also credited with a good over the spring have been Don- helped drive :'ars In front and
ob there. He Is the Tornadoes'nost nie Crawford Levy Lennon,Stan- behind the rnners. Each boy
lie made the honor squad even Johns and Kelly Forsyth, turnedIn ,
though Injured and on the bench good performances. Johns has experienced guard. ley Crawford, and Jack Smith. was picked 'p as he droppedout.

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16 of the 23 games this season,
McKnight scored 269 points and
led the team with an 18.7 ave- I
rage. "S

The team won only one game
after McKnight was Injured In .6
of these three young men has been named the most valuable athlete in his .
the Bolles game In Jacksonville.After .
sport: Jimmy Andrews, track; Dale Johns, golf; and David McKnight, basketball. hurting one ankle therehe ;
Jerome Williams baseball not
was present.
played only a minute In the /4
district tournament In St. Augustine -

before twisting the other .
BHS Athletes ChallengedTo ankle. j
But he was named the most .

valuable member of the 1969- 4 .
70 cage team at the annual Spring ,
Form Christian ClubAbout Sports Banquet last Friday. 6
Coach Mike Sexton cited Mc- <.

Knight for the contribution he 4.

60 young Bradford High TRACKA but was large by the end of has made to Bradford High bas- ..]j

athletes gave a former Univer- young track team was highly the season Coach Loper said. ketball in the past three years. t
of Florida basketballer, Bill Tim As a junior McKnight was an !
sity praised by Coach George Lo- Murphey, junior, was high
Koss, two ovations after he spoketo per, who said 45 boys competedin point man In field events with honorable mention In the all4. .
them about the Fellowship of track and cross country. 74-1/2. Murphey is the confer- conference selections. That year i+
Christian Athletes at the annual Track was perhaps the most ence champion high jumper at he scored 299 points and ave- And You Deserve
raged 13 points in 23 Asa <
Spring All-Sports Banquet last successful sport at BUS during 6-0.
Thursday night. 196970. The cross country team sophomore he didn't start but 4
"An organization of men whose finished with an 8-3 record. GOLF scored 48 points for a 4.0 sea- .
primary objective Is to challengemen Two freshmen Larry Green Bradford High's first winning son average. The Greatest Portable Typewriter
In sports to follow Jesus This season Me Knight was averaging 4
and Leonard Garrett set a new golf team was praised by Coach
Christ," is the way Koss described national two-man 10-mile relay David Hurse. 22 points when he was i' '
the FCA to the BHS record. Young Green"'set a Junior Dale Johns was named injured In January. That Money Can Bur.
athletes and their parents. He new school record of 10:23 lnf- the outstanding golfer.' The team lost two starters .
tied such terms as dedication, the two mile run, finished 10th' The team presented golf pro before Christmas and McKnlght's 4 q10Ib
self-sacrifice, and pain, which in the district meet, 14th In the Herb Her res with a special a- made the third casualty; from .
Christ underwent, with the thingsan state in cross country compe- ward for coaching them without which the BHS cagers never re-
athlete must go through to tition. He was named the most charge throughout the season. covered. <
be "great." valuable team member. The athletes also honored five McKnight, who concentrated on <
Koss gave Cart Starr,pro foot- The track and field team fin- Tornado cheerleaders: Ellen basketball throughout his high
ball quarterback who led his ished 6-6 for the season and set Bloodworth, June Hardy, Sharon school career, was an all-round '
team to three world champion- Howell Debra player for the Tornado five. He 4 ,
nine new Bradford High School Prevatt, and CIn- o1tw
ships, as an example of "one of records. Coach Loper credited dy Strickland, captain. handled the ball with finesse <
the most devoted Christian men 23 freshmen with "contributinga was a fine dribbler, rebounded ,;/
In America today:" great deal to whatever suc- BASEBALL well, and was a good man to < #L .-
look to for an assist. ilk .
"Athletics is the last Insti- cess we had." Junior second baseman-out- 4 I
tution left In America with a Sophomore Jimmy Andrews, fielder Jerome Williams was rw
common bond" Koss said, hurdler and sprinter was hon- named the most valuable base- 2UrV OF COJRSEThe
"People understand the sports ored as the team's high point ball player. He led the team in

world." man. He amassed 110-1/2 points batting, hitting .306 including JacksonvilleBusiness .a ,
The Fellowship of Christian and set a new BITS record In conference games, In stolen bas- .
Athletes "will provide you a the 330-yard Intermediate hurdles es, and was second In runs batt- _
unique atmosphere will move ed In. : ;_ -
the school forward," Koss pro- Junior John Douglas was named First baseman Jim Temple finest/

mised the youngsters.The most valuable team member. He drew the batting title, however, -
former basketballer also won the conference in the 100 since only regular season games ..f Git
said: and set a new BUS mark of were considered when the awards
"There are values inherentIn 9.9. lie also ran a 22.5 second were made. Temple led the Tor- YouZan\
the sports world which men 220-yard dash and was used on nadoes in hitting through mostof DirectoryAuto
carry forward with them toother relays and the 440-yard dash the season, ending with a .301 :
walks of life." when needed. : Ever Give
An athlete developes a keen pitcher-outfielder dl ,
sense of competition, Koss said. Freshman Jimmy Lowery a ny Brown won the RBI trophy. Sales and Service .Y
"In life today people competefor distance runner, was honoredas Pitcher-outfielder Larry Tan- or Get!
everything. Young people the most Improved runner. ner received the baseball sports- *
compete for grades, love, and Ills contribution began very small manship award. Parrish Motors

even with the USSR's Communism -

If you don't think you are !SAVES

competing with Communism for Historical Society Discusses Plans SERVICE rpL; 4T
life and death, you're mistaken. PARTS
As Christ did, an athlete learns .

to defeat come, Koss back said.strong after a For Start Of Bradford Co. MuseumThe Always Good Used Cars <

"The greatest man that ever In Laura St. Ph. 35S-5U4
lived was a young man. The < + ,i
world collapsed about Him but possibility of using a por- ce books have referred to it
He rose above it." tion of the old Bradford County as located In North Alachua Coun- ELECTRIC MOTORS ]

BHS Athletic Director David courthouse as quarters for a ty.The
Hurse said the Athletic Depart- collection of local historical Historical Society plans PEAVY Brothers | !
ment will organize an FCA chap Items, Including old farm Implements 'to, apply to the Florida Divi- a
ter next fall. Indian artifacts, and sion of Archives, History, and Electric Co. 1 :
The annual all-sports banquetis historical documents was dis- Records Management for erect- FOR GRADUATES

to honor participants in bas- cussed at a meeting of the Brad- ion of a historical marker on Electric MotorsSold

ketball, track, baseball, and golf. ford County Historical Society U.S. 301 near the Santa Fe fire 0 ONLY
Coaches presented awards to outstanding Thursday night. tower, in the vicinity of the Serviced Repaired .
performers in each School Superintendent Tom Casey old fort. Generators Starters Armature O

sport. Each senior received a told the group that such a It was decided that meetingsof Rewinding.
special award. collection would be helpful in the society will be recessedfor 4044 Lenox Jax. 337-2528

BASKETBALL giving students an appreciationof the summer, with the next '
Senior Freddie Graudon was a local history and background meeting In September. (PIANOS $10 Gift Certificate on PjMase,

double award In basketball. He and that he would personally favor J- --.
received the coveted the Idea although not being I I
sportsman- MOVIES
ship award and a trophy for the able to speak for the board. Walt Disney's film creationof CONN YAMAHA and KIMBALL PIANOS of any Portable $150 Jesi
He suggested that a committee or
best free throw percentage, 67 the Jules Verne novel "In ORGANS ,
from the Historical Society meet
per cent. Search of the Castaways" screens -
Senior Mark Graudons receivedthe with the board at an early date the Florida Theatre for

rebounding trophy for the and present a plan for use ofa five days this Friday through $15 Gift Certificate Pure
second straight season. He portion of the building. Tuesday. on .
Casey said the board had not
grabbed 231 In 1969-70.
High honor and great adven-
Tim Murphey, a junior, led the yet decided on definite use or ture are combined in the wide- 4. of Portable '/
team in assists for the second disposal of the old courthouse, screen Technicolor motion pic any over $150
straight season. He had 157,. a to which they now hold title, ture. A
but thought it would be helpfulIf
7.1 .
average.Named An earthquake, a flash floodan
the historical society project
most valuable 1969-70
avalanche a colcano, alligators -
could be discussed before a definite
eager was senior David McKnight Jaguars, mutineers anda KIMHALL "SWINGER":
whom Coach Mike Sexton cre- decision was made. tribe of maneating Maoris ORGANS 5 Year Guarantee /
E.L Matthews, president of
dited with "contributing a great challange the wits of an adven-
deal to the historical group, said thata Roosevelt :Mall-388-8319
basketball at Bradford turous group in search of a .
High School." McKnight led the committee would be appointedto missing sea captain. A ship "
formulate for TAKE YOUR PICK -- MANUAL OR f
a plan
team In scoring although injured to the board at presentation future- ping magnate, a scientist and WESTERN STORE ELECTRIC
In mid season. lie played in only a two children circle the earth ,
15 of 23 games. The team won meeting.In .along the 37th parallel, follow-
only one after he a discussion of the location LITTLE DUDE BRADFORD
game was hurt. ing Instructions contained In a c
of Fort lIarllee (Harlee Ilarley)
The .
cage team won eight bottled note the scientist has
games and lost 15 but "we one of the forts used during the Authorized Salesland
were recovered from the depths of Western Store !
Seminole Wars
of the 1830's
never out of any ballgame, a shark's stomach. miligiaP4
M.G. McMillan presented plats .
Coach Sexton said. The film stars Maurice Che- Dealer
showing that the location Western Clothing. -- Leather ocniiIN ccTAKKE
Both Sexton and JV Coach Chuck valier and Hayley Mills, in their ,
Mason definitely In Bradford County, good and Trailer
made note of
a promisIng first film
together.A .. .
between Hampton Lake and the Charles tt Sharon rtOHIO :32O I
crop of 2 sophomores and 11 double feature plays Fri-
freshment basketballers. Santa Fe RIver Some referen- day-Sunday at the 301 Drive-In !tOt 8. Ed.vwood SS4lt


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decorated the room and pink
and White! Xestoona trimmed
refreshment and slit table _ _

flowers A and bouquet fern. was encoded of on: mixed the the gift garden punch table\ :i-\ 15 I: :QW ".. .. ,-EtAR." :,P.fU( $' l.. rWE'.- R- ,.V; s J.J.f. $:' :,.- -\.S\ .:}, J( (qREEIA'Mp.- \ .$:.:

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cake candies: end punch 'were! WINN.DXII Cr0113. INC...COMmoNT-NY0
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Hides.. Mrs. Edward. Saxon
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Gene BlanfcerLshlp and the VOID AfTER JUNE 3 'r'c s
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Saturday.: June 13, at 8 p.n..
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music director. Plana for tine '
evening Include. mi,Meal nwn
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Miss (
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guest OOOD MAY 21 THOU AUOUST IV Delmonicos. $149 Steak LB.79c Baking iB.49c
shower Thursday evening. LB. .
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Game prizeswere won by WITH
Carolyn Kennan. Refresh,
ments of cake and punch
were served to 23 guest.


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dy attended the Gideon Inter This coupon worth $1.00 ".' ./",
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\ \ '' \ Indians, Fleas, And Red ,


x Pepper Mark Early i

: History Of New RiverStories

fri .
fleas away. The ire got a iiuie
> of burning down the too hot and the fat pine wood
school house to get rid of fleas rw of which the school was con- -..

sprinkling red pepper on the y structed, ignited burning the ".. Nyj!dDF "w'Aa.

church floor to break up a pro- 1- building downbut no doubt ',.."_ _...--1.: I1 I

tracted camp meeting, and Indians -,">v., getting rid of the fleas. d -_ exnc,. .
burning down the old ori- \1i a ;i Another story goes that one .' tt _,i,: .ww' w .;..
ginal New River Baptist ChurchIn W c *o: fanner of the early days was ....

1835 were related to mem- having trouble getting farm hands .
bers of the Bradford County; His lOfltf to work because of a protractedcamp ....
torical Society; on a tour of this j meeting being held at one
history-laden area Sunday afternoon of the churches in the area. The
(? 7Tjgr"5SC meeting had been going on for Typical Log Barn on Old Kelly Place. I

Serving as guide for the group j* '+ '* I weeks and the annoyed farmer
was Eustace Kelly, grandson of '' thought everyone should have e- One thing does remain as of colored residents of the area.

--,. John Kelly builder of the 105 !* ?/ nough religion by that time. He old however, and that is the Jim"is a descendant of slaves

year old house which was the .i '.'.VS KJ hit upon the bright Idea of slip- 'swarms of yellow flies that pour once owned by John Kelly and
The Oldest Hquse in Bradford County. focal point of tour ping In one day and sprinklingthe out of the undergrowth following one of Jim's uncles was appointed -
John Kelly was born In 1793 church floor liberally with a shower of rain at this postmaster for New Riv-

and came to the New River area red pepper to see what the effect time of year. Sunday afternoon's er during the Reconstruction period -
from South Carolina rather late would be. Needless to say shower had brought them out after slaves had been freed.

In life at the age of 64. He pur- he got results. In force and the exploration par- Jim now lays claim to being

chased his first 120 acres from That night, as the preacher ty would probably have been 94 years old, but doesn't looka
/ trustees of the Florida RailroadCo. reached the climax of his "hell "eaten alive" if It hadn't been day over 70.

In March of 1857 for $2.50an fire" sermon and folks started for a "home remedy" recalledby There is much beauty; as wellas

EditorialDon't acre. He later added tracts "getting religion" by shoutingand Mr. Kelly. history, in the New River
by purchases from James F.B. house are of heart pine and In some even rolling on the He said that an aunt of his area. There are rolling hills,
McKinney In 1858 Cain and Mary unbroken 50-foot lengths. floor, the pepper got stirred up could fish on the river at ease, covered with a canopy of treesof

:: : :: .:; :: : Downgrade Canal ',+.ti2'''o.'Yx.'.''.'.'.'..''.'..'.'.'.'.'...'.'Y... ....'. Strickland In 1860, and Rachel John Kelly whose tombstone and the congregation was seized even In the midst of yellow flies many varieties. Several spe-
t Board In 1866. The highest paid bears the title of "Elder," with a fit of coughing and sneez- by breaking off a branch of sweet cies of oaks were noted, with

r-x---o-- for any of this was $25 an acre. preached at the old New River ing. Worshippers started pouringout gum and crushing leaves and stemto unusual leaves that are not to
in Environmental Fervor Given the name John Kellyat (Rattlesnake) Baptist Church of the church doors and get out the pungentsmellingoil be seen In any other party of

birth-- with no middle Initial which was also visited on the windows, and the meeting brokeup which she would rub on her the county.; Dogwood, magnolias
-- he was later referred to tour. The church was foundedIn in short order. The next face and other exposed parts. mayhaws and many other varieties

i as John O'Kelly or John O. 1833 and Is one of the oldest day the farmer was able to get This kept the yellow flies away abound.

Luckily the Cross Florida Canal ;:: Kelly to distinguish him from If not the oldest Baptist his farm hands back on the job.Sunday's Mr. Kelly said. Several mem- New River is believed to have
: EDITOR, Sun: About the best news Barge In tour also included a bers of the party; tried It and
f. others the area with the same churches In Florida. It was attracted early settlers becausethe
# for America in this decade has been will greatly improve outdoor recreation .;:;; name. burned by the Indians In 1835, stop to see the huge live oak believe it or not, it seemed to river provided natural drainage -

} the explosion of interest in Improving( as an incidental value and will, in my The old Kelly home, which Is and the present building is the tree at the old Colson place work. for their farming operationsIn

$ and protecting our environment. It is opinion, have substantial conservation ti::1 still In sound condition, though third to be constructed on this near Scout Hole Bridge on New A final visit of the afternoon the days before man-made

good news because it can bring us pure values far exceeding any public assisted :: unoccupied at the present time River. This massive oak has a took the party to the home of ditches and canals had been

3 s air .and water, needed national parks highway or railroad right-of-way. The *= was built about 1865 as a"double site.Although the church was span of 100 feet or more and Jim and Linnie Kelly lifelong dreamed of.

: and wildlife\ preservation. It could, canal project will produce 36 new public pen" log house. The term "dou burned by Indians the old school used to provide shade for manya
: recreation areas with 254 additional ble pen" means that an open erected later a few hundred feet family gathering on holidaysand .....
however, become a curse instead; of good miles of shoreline and 35,000 acreof!! hall or breezeway ran throughthe from the church, was burned by anniversalrtes.
news if, in hysteria, we respond by prohibiting center of the house with the teacher and pupilsacci- Also visited was the location
surface water. The U. S. Wildlife Service
i every needed highway, canal rooms on both sides with a detached dentally of course. The story once !known as "Three Bridges"on
and Job-producing i industrial 1 op predicts a gain of 78,200 annual man- kitchen at the rear. The goes that the school was infestedby New River but this has long Letters to s MML

: portunity.The days of fishing and there will 'be 296 > house was later covered with fleas and the teacher had since been abandoned as a cross

more acres for picnicking and camping, y 1: conventional siding, though exposed the boys and girls gather up ing and little remains of the

a t poorly documented, and sometirr; along with a 300-foot-wide collar of land r portions of the logs are pine straw around the foundation three bridges which were usedto the Editor.

y completely untruthful' attacks made by around each reservoir for exclusive! SY still visible Inside. The sills and set fire to it in the span the river at this point .

,:: some people against the Cross-Florida public use for camping, picnicking and %= forming the foundation of the belief the heat would run the many years ago.

:f Barge Canal present a case-in-l just plain enjoying the wonders of f:

; point. nature f"
:'. There is no reason to believe that, i tive but to have them abide by
r:::: This canal Is being constructed as an Diaryledge the rules or vacate the pre
had not the Cross-Florida Barge Canal r;
Important public facility mises.
been authorized and funded by the ::1 Not many students or people
time to boycottany
::: just like a highway. The purpose of Congress, the portion of the state it l ling spring drought con- not one of them ever came that are just fed up with the It is about extremists In news
33 the canal Is to move bulk goods at tinued through last Saturday. but up to expectations especiallyat violence on campuses and in of the
will traverse would be preserved in its : and TV that devote seem-
:::: a cheap rate ,for the benefit of all : was finally: broken by a nice market time. the streets could have voiced media
natural state. There such talents to
was no plan i all their pro-
:::: Americans, not just a few. It will cut slow rain-- the kind that soaks the sickening situation that is ingly dissention by
ning or law setting aside the canal area c:; Into the ground-- starting Sun- moting riots and
:rf; the costs of shipping goods from the from the water being allowed to disrupt classes interviewing and filming this kind
deep at Jacksonville on y day afternoon and continuing
business and normal
> of the pro-
producing: areas the west to con
the St. Johns River on the east to the 1 through the night. Last week in enumerating some cess of lawbetter than Hugh of junk.
f of the It has been and most Americans
:: SlIming areas I know,
which Inhabit this
Gulf of Mexico near Yankeetown on the of the pests Cunningham when he wrote,
is being
found for these S. know that the
economically justified ,
if: west 'for conservation or preservation. 3 area we neglected to name one "What The Other 18,000 Were the
; reasons alone. of the worstthe so-called "redbug" promoted by belie
As a matter of fact, the Oklawaha River, t tk Doing and Thinking would have ou
%i The long dry spell, with no --- -. which all is They
Even more important than that, where as we I have talked to several stu-
two reservoirs will be constructed ::3 that the war In Veitnam Is so
= however Is the defense value which this rain in over 'a month, had a no respecter of the rights of dents and thank God there is
::: ,
along the canal route, has been improved number of 111 effects many of By Sam McGarveyexactly Sam did work in the much worse than any war ever
}*: canal 'gives by allowing safe man. some a very small minority; that is to tell
our country be quick
.by the. U.S. Army Corps, of Engineers them of serious economic import where the "eye" of the yard last week and neglected to causing all the trouble! The first?! I\but they will
'r'i transportation of oil in time c of f war from 'for 80 The work' and you that tfw take over of Czech-
t years. on the Oklawaha such as dangerous storm is because dangerous spray himself against the little concern I have is the students
% oil-producing areas in the west to oil-c>n- River first started in 1890 at the request I.; costly woods fires. Before it winds extend over a hundred rascals with the result that he that want to finish and gradu- oslavalda' was a move to im-that

aiming areas in the east. This is in of local people there. Since that time, finally ended the drought had miles or more. He advised the got chewed from head to toe. ate will be deprived of this prove relations-have move done to

:: support of both the Industry and the some seven different projects have taken just about put the little rain public to heed advisories on a Needless to say he will not if some of the faculty and the America should the western hemis-

.:::;: military oil uses, which are both place along the river, which before these frogs out of business. Usuallythe storm and by all means to eva- soon work in the yard again radicals have their way. I am Cuba to keep
= survival in windows of our home are cuate coastoal where the until he has used a spray called"ocr' in the phere clean.
t: necessary to our country's improvements areas no way saying majority the "Trut
( in- I
was so winding, snag- Well just hope
}: spotted with the pretty; little combined force of wind and water as a protection. should impose their will these
: time of war. The alternatives of rail, fested, and dangerous that it was seldom on American" will stand up and
things but we've seen only one
Sf ocean shipping, or pipeline would be very used causes the greatest damage and radicals, but if the minority; con- be counted before we wake up
by anyone. In 1960, over $25 millionin I recently and he was so dry loss of life. 5 tinues to harrass and intimidatethe
'.: much more expensive if they could be flood damage to homes and propertywas he could hardly chirp. faculty and students then I like Germany did 37 years ago.

(I obtained at all. caused along the river.I 5 The Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department say there is no other altema- -William E. Owen
My primary support for the Cross- Improvements have been made to protect .5 had graduation exer-

Florida Barge Canal, as a senior against such catastrophes. Canal: +i It doesn't seem possible that cises for a number of memberslast a'-
member of the House Armed Services construction! is not destroying the At the seminar on natural dis- 20 years ago broilers sold for Friday night and received '

.:# Committee and:! chairman of the I Okbwaha River other Instead asters held at Keystone Heights about: 65 cents a pound and that certificates for completion of it's a woman'sF'
or any area. last Thursday the experts got
fried chicken was then costly training courses. Along with
see:'ewer Subcommittee, is based on its the river will be further 1
changedto to talking about Hurricane other in the
enough to be considered a treat. departments county
>.. national defense value. During World include the two large water im-:: mille and told that one of the Advances in production methods t; the Lawtey Volunteers are 'F'J #
War II ships with a replacement value provements. These improvements when :::: problems encountered in relief have streamlined broiler pro- doing a good job of providing I ".

# of $1 billion were lost off the coast completed will be useful man-made lakes :: operations was the vast amountof duction to the point that today badly needed service. .

#?:: of Florida due to German submarine of greater water extent than the river. :': unsolicited donations. Now authorities poultry is one of the biggest

attacks. The threat today from the Some persons have urged.: that these have many tons of materials bargains at the food markets. .5. By Martha Sue McCain

?::1 Soviet submarine fleet Is even more bodies of water might become polluted donated and they don'tknow County Extension
what to do with the things 5 Progress Is also being madeon Home Economics Agent
and in in
awesome increasing Intensity from barge traffic; but, these bodies
ij that were donated but which could
a countrywide zoning
the Atlantic Ocean. Castro's Cuba 90
I of water are water reserves to supplythe not be put to good use at the well sanitation
Somewhat the same techniqueshave ance as as one on ,
miles from Florida and the always Because of numerous requests in sterile
glass jars.
and:! are not likely to ever time. been applied in the pro- so it seems that solutions to some
dangerous Latin American situation we have had for pickle infor- 9. Bring the vinegar sugar
receive at all.
any pollutants duction of pigs and calves but of our problems now are onlya
r make the canal more important to national The U. S. Geological Survey Office : the results have been dissap- matter of time. However such mation, we will give two quick and spices mixture to a boil.

security in 1970 than it was in recently published a report giving a :. Incidentally, a Weather Bureau pointing in many cases. We had legislation requires a lot of work process receipes for Bread and Pour hot over the pickles
Butter Pickles One
f. 1942vhcn the Congress authorized the clean bill of health for the canal which expert on hurricanes said that some pig parlors here in Brad- and study and that is what is requires 10. Fill jars and seal. Process -
overnight soaking, but either
:3:$ canal for national defense reason: concluded that no appreciable: effect :: there is no point in worrying ford County but to our knowFARM going on at the present time. is good, crisp, and spicey. one utes for in hot pints water and bath 8 minutes 5 min-

.: Although the canal may not in the would result to the

ground water of "" ........,,........... .............'.... .............................................. for quarts.
current tight military budget be a thin? the area by reason of the canal. : YW'...;.;.....Y........x...;.................;.:O:...:.:.:.....:.-:...:..... BREAD AND BUTTER
should these
:::<: that the Department of Defense would Enthusiasm for protecting wildlife in ; :t" you materials: have hand preventive at PICKLE NO.1 1 1A BREAD AND BUTTER
expect to build itself for it has never Florida could much better be spent in : AND RANCH 4 I all times! type of cucumber pickle PICKLE NO. 2
built a canal like this from defense establishing national parks in Floridaas ( .. PESTICIDES known as the bread and butter Slice 25 cucumbers of med-
funds nevertheless the defense value j N pickle differs from the ordin- ium size and 12 small onions.
; the Suwannee River Valley and the > Someone might! ask ""why a
By George: T.COUNTY hugging i cucumber in
:\ ary pickle that Soak in cold water with a large
is in fact tremendous. And this defense
wilderness! of Thomas Creek the certain farmstead or rural
AGENT is not made from cucumbers
i handful of salt for 3 hours. Then
t: value is reason enough to build the canal southernmost Revolutionary battle area Is so produstlve:: healthy which have previously undergone
Extension drain well. Pack sliced
Agricultural ServicefAVfffffffffffffffff. : cucum
ff:; even if it were not otherwise justified field. : and green white another a lactic acid fermentation in bers and onion in sterile glass

:;::.: on an economic basis, jvhieh i t The Cross-Florida Barge Canal is Important .' tre'tIs just the opposite. The brine. Fresh green cucumbersare jars.
f 1 manifestly is to national: defense. It is ;::: ::;::::;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::: :::::: : ::::::>:::::: :::::::::: ::::M answer could "well .be that used to make bread and but- Scald 1 quart vinegar 2 cups

:? The canal is not a conservation pro- economically justified and it will add ::1: proper pestlcldles!!> were available ter pickles. The cucumbers are white sugar 2 tablespoons mus-
ject, although it will greatly enhance to outdoor recreation value. It shouldbe :::: HONEY AND ALLERGYIt 'their product. I am glad that and used. Many of our washed, graded and uniformly tard seed, 2 tablespoons turmeric -
the outdoor recreational values along its : was interesting to read my need for honey Is to use people ere unaware that 5 sliced cross-wise. The round 2 tablespoons celery seed,
completed( as soon as possible for
q.: 107-mile route. It is a transportation all America. ;: In a popular Honey Bee Jour 'With pancake. waffles or hot per cent of cur populationare cucumber chips are packed ina and I teaspoon cassia buds. Pour
:: nal lastneck that raw honeyis biscuits. There are many other farmer producing! food sweet spiced vinegar with a this scalding hot mixture over
f facility, one-third complete: : with $54 CHARLES" E. BENNETT, ::{ In great demand fr all r. uses for honey and it Is an and fiber reaulred by the few pieces of onion. The bread the cucumbers and onions pre-

million already appropriated!; l b y Member of Congress : gles. Just the article headingwas Important crop. Our: vegetable: other 93 pr cent. The public and butter pickle owes its attraction viously packed in jars. SeaL

;r Congress, which is fully economically ::: net too: t1H-i"ti..," h! ->t growers depend' on' honey bees doesn't want wormy or: disease to its delicious crisp- .

,::} justified. It will carry over a million ::: The black print taking that 20 to pollinate crops l like squash, -Injured fruits and vegetables.This ness. Care must be taken in You might enjoy CABBAGE RE-

;-; tons of traffic annually when it is (l Reprinted from Gainesville Sun) 1 i doctors: have 22.MJ pa: ..-i..3 cantaloupes. ctiV"TnVi-v pnd is -wlatws would have preparation to avoid too long LISH-4 cups chopped cabbage. 2

f open. 1 across the Nation using raw 'watermelons\ in fast:: there are if 1t were not for the efficient heating as this will destroy the cups chopped onions 2 cups

honey was interesting This: !is more' than. 50 agricultural farmer and his wide use of crispness and make the chips chopped sweet red peppers 2

;;: just another usa for honey. crops that are dependent on' pe f cMes. We do not realize mushey.. Follow these directions: cups chopped sweet green pep-

...? ;:: .u u._X_:_:_'__:,_:.: .:.:.:-:.:.;.:.;.:.:.:.;.:.:;,;;,:::,;:::-.;::;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:::;:;;;:;::;:: :;:;:;::,:.:.;,;:;:;:::;:.U.;:;:;:::.;:..,..,...:..,'.!o.,.:.""...,..,..,...,..:..,_.,...,.,_;,.;,.;,_;,.;,.;,.;,.;:_;,.;,.;,.:,_;,.;.,;.,:,.:,.;:.:.s,.;:.:.:;:.:,u: The report states that: 90 per ,bees for proper pollination.: ewneMmes the iwirtancs of !1. Use fresh green cucumbersand pers, 1/2 cups salt, 8 cups water -
cent cl all allergies are favorably The bee is mighty Importantto pw'le'.dej. '! to protect man a few onions 4 cups vinegar 1 cup sugar -

---- affected by the ue of be a nlnse-rc' that can sting! ags'nst\ insects. like fi'i!s. m-squttces 2. into Wash cucumbers and onions 3 tablespoons mustard

The Bradford raw honey After medication and hurt 110 bad.ROsE4. and rcacb i. We coarse slices, crosswise seeds 2 tablespoons celery
CountyTELEGRAPH has brought the 'under seeds.
must ors very opportunity!
3. Cut cucumbers and onions Mix the
control, a teaspoon' full of Anytime of year is rose setting possible to lell our people into vegetables and sprinkle -
coarse slices
crosswise. with
I -:::: raw honey da'ly'! has mad itpossible ttm3 when you: can buy that pesticides are salt. Add water and let
necessary. 4. Prepare brine
a light by the
vegetables soak in
brine for
;"' to decreas I grafted roses started in .
ESTABLISHED 1879 medication : can) dissolving 1/2 pound of salt in one hour. Drain, rinse In clear
and Two' real alvantas in
keep allergy 'under; buying
one gallon of
To Honor water cold water and drain again. Add
-= = control. Seems grafted roses is that Flags
that this treatment you can 5. Cover cucumbers and onions
rom vinegar and seeds
ffh Bib!. 111!" is associated( : with th3 usually see the type of flower Vietnam Dead separately with the brine and to a boil sugar and simmer for, bring 20
wMSaa fact that raw honey contains 46 has and even more Import. let stand overnight and then drain minutes Pack
boiling hot into
And God saw everythingthat nil the X' -'lel1. "...>, a"d Ant 'to know that It is on the Local residents and businessmen thoroughly hot jars and seal. Process in

FLpRIp ESS he had made and behold, melds
it was very good.- ( Gen. per cent cf all aiie.g'ea.!' in roct tock is Fortunlana. to fly the National Flag on mounts of vinegar and water,use

A S S T N 1:31): ). eating this raw honey, you With all the Joy in growing May Memorial 30. Day this Saturday to scald the pickles for about Drug Prevention
finally develop a tolerance of roses you' must keel a year- 5 minutes or until they are ten-

I In Genesis we find that there immunity to the pollen, dun, round watch for black spot By honor a special of the Presidential United States'OrderIn der. Be careful not to get them Week ProclaimedThis
and molds and powjery irJ'cfew.' There too soft. Drain this liquor off
in that : !
your area
was a plan of order in the crea- dead In Vietnam, the flag shouldbe week
funglc'dss! thoroughly. Do not use again. May 24-31. Is Drug
might single
cause your allergy. are or com
tion as envisioned/ by the inspired flown at half mast all day Abuse Prevention
7. Dissolve 6 Week of
B. L. MATTHEWS Editer-Pubnaher writers of this book. Raw honey U honey that has bination fungicides! available! ; long. pounds brown 1970
In one quart water and according to the Starke Police
not been stralnrd for protecting your TOMS sugar
or treatedin
Pvhltturf each Thonda and catered Second : Normally
m Order is basic to the foundation on Day 3 Then Department.
quarts vinegar the
CUM Matter at the Pat Offlc at Start, Florid of man's world. Divine any way. It is also necessary from 1hpse two' fungus d.s-: the Hag I is hoisted to its full following spices: 2 tablespoons It has been so declared in a
that the honey be eases. It can betoo late if
muter Act .f March pro- height for an Instant, then presidential
3rd 119. proclamation.
order in our human relations celery seed, 2 tablespoons mus-
duced within ten miles of you know that you: have the lowered to half-mast
and displayed
nsMertolloa la trek areas :1 year $5.00: OnUlda makes us a harmonious, contributing your area. disease and then wait a few at half-mast until noon- tard seed, and 2 tablespoons announced Observance of the week was

trade areas 1 :year $$.50 part of our world. Our honey producers! will days to purchase tr.t! apply a only then hoisted back to full ground 8. Pack turmeric.the drained cotics & Dangerous by the Bureau Drugs of Nar-U.S.

Let there be divine order. have another market for material. If yon have roses height pickles Department of Justice.

PAGE; 10 TELEGRAPH( MAY 28, 1)70!)


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fm . .
Love Bug Population Dwindles

Health Group To Study Meet .i.Jl..y. lf..l This Spring In Local AreaWhere

Br: KBMSUBDISTRICT BJaDc1aanl have all the"love bug." last September.But .

The Bradford\ County: Environmenitol > eh'1dren gone? And are they coming back an entomologist with the Thieves don't sleep.Sowewaitup .
MEETINGOF Kathv. The -
her dawg-wter:
of Florida's Institute
Health Study Love bugs--actuallY a speciesof University;
Committee 'will meet I F Thurs MYF HELD HERE ertloyed' playing games Blblonia fly.-appear in May of Food and Agricultural Sciences
daY June 4, at 7:30: p.m.. In The MYP eulMXstrict: : meeting In which each one was and September each year, their Dr. Lawrence A. Hetrick,
'Hampton city hall : was held at Grace United awarded' a prize The tr Each Task Ponce Study Methodist: Church. Monday anal birthday: cake beautifully sudden appearance of spattered' much effect on the total population -
evening !May 18. :! idecoraited and topped with
Chairman la asked to complete black Insect bodies on car windshields of the bugs.
data collection' for bis Other churches represented candles was presented and and radiators. They are He Is reluctant to offer any
committee and hold! a meetIng included Starts, Lake Butler, served wtth lee cream; and called love bugs because as a- specific explanation for the ap-
of the group prior to and Wesley Memorial! and punch to ten: boys and: girts. dults they usually appear. In mat parent reduction in the love bug
Pleasant Grove, of Lake City. Those attendingwere Danny ing pairs.' population this May. "Any population -
ctf !
4. Oral reports study all for
June and recorrtnendatlona Lemar Priest, Dean Traylor, and< Cliert Shu(lord Karen There was a heavy flight of of animals is likely to night you.
findings and Debby Starling gave the and Randy ReiW:! ,h. NancyBennett. love bugs last September, but collapse If they get too abun-
'W'nIbe made ait theJune
devotional. David Harley' Susan now the population appears to dant," Dr. Hetrick said. "That's
4 meeting.j. Rem DeW:tt T. !Farabeee of Muse. Cindy.! Norman and Art be dwindling. Motorists may what the biologists are sayingis
T. Kirkland Jr. :Is chairman .
Staxke Installed the following Green, anti! Nancy Shutard. think they deserve some of the going to happen to man.
of the county committee. officers: President Dean Tray PERSONALS credit, since they killed so many Dr. Hetrick observed that there '

loir. Lawtey; Vice President Mr. and Mrs. :Freeman have been fewer love bugs in ; 1J !
Pam Alderman, Lake City; Norman enbeTI shed members day of May 1970. the Gainesville area this May,
Chamber NewsJohn (SEAL) but said he thought that the reduction -
Treasurer Lamar Priest, Law of the family with a fish In man D. Green
As Clerk Of Said I Cnurt might not be as great
Christian! Outreach
tey Eatmrdav Those
; fry evening<
By Beulah M. I loody.As .
farther south In the state.
Glenn Jones, Lake City; enjoying tha affair ''wereMrs. Deputy, Clorl H
N..ben. executivevice Christian Faith Glenn Buck- Willis Starling of Jack' UfJllt: publication: May II, However, Cpl. R.S. Howard of
president of !the Staitee- the Florida Highway Patrol said
oer, Lake City; Christian Fellowship exmvl'lle.' Mr. and Mrs. Amos 11.21 4t 8.11 that
he had received
no reports
Bradford County Chamber _
Cindy Duck. Lawtey: Susie Vereenof
Micell of Ot1a.
this time of love bugs In heavy
Commerce reports that the s
Christian Citizenship.!! Teresa Jacksonville, and Mrs. City Of Stnrk.rlo'rliln
concentration In the
:new Starke City Directory' has Kelley. Lake City; Christian Elvie R4lsh.Mrs. Notlcr' Of Iniuilil. l).'lln iu".iitTitnglble state.

just been released: < and :la now Witness Jimmy Thorn pklna. Joyce Fuitdi soenit theweekend Prrnonnl PropertyTns.ee "There seems to be only about ....,...,

being The delivered directory to subscribers. State Farm; Youth Service at her homed' he e and Acts As of provided 1041. by notice Chapter Is 20328.given 10 per cent as many this year" You never have to risk keeping large sums of money
containsmulch Fund. :Fee Ann Fa.ra.bee. visited' Mr. 'and! !Mrs. BentonFutc.h that tangible. personal properly Cpl. Howard[ said. "I person- unprotected overnight, or over the weekend. Our night
: factual information of Starke: Counselors. Rev. and : and f''Tntlv Starke taxes a..eMaed dellnnu for the?nt year ana ally have seen love bugs this depository service is open before and after banking
, 1969 are now
use !to business and professional Mrs. Jim Tboon .'11IS. State taM Miss Elt''' ibe h Terry. beginning April 1. 19 (10. such, year as far north as the state hours during the week, and all weekend.So .
people providing a record Farm.At Mr. arid Mrs. Johnny Trl- taxes. are drawing month Interest plus of line and as far south as into don't take any chances. If you're not already using our
of each. adult :resident the close! of the meeting :bola of B-'ffalo. N. Y. and business concern in refreshments were served to re'wt vlslitor* of Mrs. ElvleReddMhi the notice unless each the amounts below they haven't been the serious and take advantage of our "never-sleep" services.
Starke. Historical and statistical approximately! 50 attending. : and Mr. and Mrs. are set paid opposite\ before the 6th of June nuisance and hazard to traffic
information about the Eugene: Starling.;\ AT. ). therein\' \'rants willevy that they were last year."
area is also PTA INSTALLS Issued tllrectlnsc: (
upon the> selaure of tangible Love bugs in severe concentrations
The ..buyers' guide and classified NEW OFFICERSThe Mrs. Once Thornton of Au- personal property ta'C payers can obscure a windshieldand
.business\ directory is Lawtey PTA held its burndale 'was visitingMr.. and and the amount cost of of advertisingand taxes In make driving dangerous. I
followed .by an alphabetcal directory final meeting of the term at Mrs. Pierce Crews last Sat lthethe" .. are as Cotlows "Mostly what spatters are the FLORIDA"BANK I

containing 2,977 listings the school cafewiunt' ( Tuesday urday. Ayer: Saw Co. ,o.01 eggs from the female love bugs,
! of business concerns and night. May 19. Rev. Chart Mr. and Mra. B. E. Reddish\ Bells Garage 11.611. which are high in protein and
private citizens. Telephone Starling gave tM,, *,,v,,:>tl-mT, visited relatives In Macclenny: Blue .Tavern 12.11Oay'a J fj fats and are difficult to clean
subscribers are listed by numerical followed by a business! meet- on Sunday.Mr. Colonial Home Florist Appliance 89.76 off" Dr. Hetrick said. "I think AT 1 STARKEMember

progression\ which Ing. The room count was won : and Mrs. Virgil Orlffla .10 Lu' Motel 3I.91! the best way to get them off
J. Kite
helps to Identify an by the kinderga ten.' L. Market 1. is with Just water--wet and soak
anony and family and Mrs. Maines Lee' Fish .jji Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
moos caller when only the Mrs. H. W. Bennett, a past Orlffla and children of PalaUca New Method Cleaners 83.JJ them" first and they will scrape
telephone number Is given.! presMwit.\ installed the fellow- spent !the weekend with IWffln"* tt? Inc ill. off.
There, Is >also President, Mrs. Sunoco Station' 4.84 One of 30 Banks of the Florida National GroupFRYERS
: a rural route ing officers: :Mrs.! Nell Wilkinson Mrs Daisy Texaco Service Station 7.00 Dr. Hetrick would make no predictions -
directory listing 772 RFD real- Max Newport' ; Vice FrMWent.Mrs. Boch and Lynn. Unity 'nte 88 about whether love bugs
dents wth their route and :box: Eugene Starling' ; Secretary Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins 1\II'41e. Merrill Williams Edwards Eet. Tax Collator. 6.13- will again become a highway
numbers.Mr. Mrs. Don Denton; Treasurer and David of St. Augustine City Of Star k5.. Florid.... problem in September
Myers also announcedthat Mrs. M. C. Kelley. spent the weekend, here with .M 4t 6. _
---------- ------ ------------ -
were' --r rrrrrrr r rrrr ------ ------------
a one-day A and gift ----
membership corsage : Mr. and Mrs.( C. F. Carter and -- ---
drive Is scheduled for. Thurs presented to( Mrs. H. C. Kelly, :Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Carter I
day. June 4. There will be a who retired at 'the end of the and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dlnklns. I i -S-.CiD-1/4':. T

kick-off breakfast meeting' at term. In ,trkn of the many Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barton I
8:30: ajn. at the Garden years of faithful service she of Jacksonville spent Sunday rFRE5-H- I II

Restaurant. All members are bad given to the 'school. with the Dinklris.: ''I,I II PORK LOIN i I I
Invited to participate' in this MM. Lwutn Redding and Mrs. Gentle Hilllaoxl and II
drive for expansion cf membership Mrs John Bennett were cited Mrs. Arthur Krvlnghnnr of j II

and are requested to and presented' corsage for Valrico, and Miss' Debby, Phil- II CHOPS68s j FOOD j
set aside the Jay of June 4 their excellent service In keep :Hips, of Macclenny wer visiting II
for this purpose. inn! the cafeteria. !Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter II
The meeting was concludedwith !; on Saturday. II
a covered J'h,' supper. Mrs. DeWUt. Farabee and II 1
Life insurance it is said is I FAIRSUPERMARKETS
!Mrs. Don Denton were hostesses I
the only thing a man buys on BIRTHDAY PARTYOn for the Gainesville district 11 1 I
the instalment plan that his Saturday of last week
!Ministers'' wives meetIng !- I
wife doesn't have to finish Mrs. Lester Minton gave a at the parsonage of the I Ir arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrs

paying for when he dies. tarty in celebration: of the First Methodist Church !In
8th b'rthday anniversary of Starke concluding 'with a I CHUCK !

tour of Florida Stale Prison I ,I iI
guided ''by Rev. Jim Thompklro. I FLORIDA I I I I
GAINESVILLE Chaplain. I I wh.n Savings Count... ,

met Lawtey at Holiday Horrisrp&kers Inn on: Thurs-ClUb I I GRADE'A C I I ROAST I COUNT ON US! I II

day of. ,last 'week and enjoyeda i i I ,
Business dutch treat lunch' together. II WHOLE BAGGED I i C I PRIC11000 THROUGH 'I
:; Directory This was In lieu of the usual LB 1 I 58 I WtDNtfDAVJUNlJrd

Mrs.May cookout.Eugene Atteitii'm Pearson: : /were Mrs. j I SAVE lOt LB I 11 I lID IB;I quantity...... r...rw. l. 1aeon ;

AUTO SALES' CLASS J. C. Tye Mrs. R. E. Lee.
Mrs. Stephens, Mr.s..J. H.
:Faulkner Mrs. Harry Faulkner \ COUNTRY STYII
LIDDELL Mrs. T. V. Duck Mrs. D. CHUCK AZALEA *, ,

Oft '! -
BALES *. SERVICE Glass Company"Glass Mrs. McFarland Mrs. Ernest STEAK o'j'
Fine !Selection! at Used Can Wells and Ml s Enza Blanch ; BEEF

Taken O. Cadillac, Trade For Every, P1rpMe"Store en). reu w 12ozPKG
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. J78-5391 Pronto Tub EIIIClosures-Showere Grace United Methodist: LLgMiE
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Woriship
Barkley Motor Inc.TOYOTA
Furniture Tops Claaa Replaced
services, 11 a.m. and 8
p.m., MYF 7 p.m.; Choir

NEW LOCATION practice Thursday 7 p.m.

4 wheel l drive and ears 1228 So. Main\ Galnearine1729I91 First 9:43 Baptist' : Sunday GALA* FLAVORKIST SHAPE bu, Charcoal
School : a.m.: Worship
Bale Parts Perries' ; 1102 services 11 a.m. and: 8 p.m.; Toaster POWDERCHOCOtATI
Clean Used Toyotas Training Union 7 Midweek Lighter
1700 N'. Main S78-MM Pastries E'! 0* VANILLA
HEARING AIDga.l.nelJlWe > meeting Wednesday 8 : .ra1 FLUID

Lincoln Mercury 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.;
Aid Co.Hearing
( YPE Thursday 7:30: j>.rrt.
221 N. Main GalaH'fIJte Highland Baptist: Sunday
J7V4I51Bocae Tests School 9:43: a.m.: Worship
Balterle services 11 a.m. and 7:30: '
or Accessories p.m.: Prayer Meeting Wed- HUNT-. Lord MotffVEGETABLES CANNED HUNT'S 7 e

Repair IknIee nesday 7:30: p.m. :followed by SPAGHETTI DRINKS California
Choir Practice Rev. Jerry
Mere.rrCeegarCrtlnentaIMark' Custom Fitted' Rearing Aide Phillips! of Fernandina Beach SAUCES TOMATOES 1
m-z..h Ford
108 E. University Ave. Oainea- was guest speaker on Sunday.We 5lU.S. l
Cleanest Peed Cr
vIDe 978-0005 are pleased to note that 2/29
Beauty Academy Mrs. C. E. Carter Is at home
after several days of treatment
MEN'S WEAR in University Medical! I I

POWELL'S Center Gainesville.Rev. 1 1 I

Beauty Academy STAG 'N ...DRAG andina. Jerry Beach Phillips was of(firmer Fern- I NO. FANCY i

guest of !Mrs. John Brown i KRAFT I
Learn ft Profession In Your Griffin sate I eo SANDWICH SLICED
and (Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise I
Spare Time. PUU or Part Time O Arrow Shirts FloraheUnFormal dhi .. YELLOWCORN 1 I

119 NW. 10th 878-2768"""" Sportswear RentalsLadiri on Mrs.Sunday.Troy Bennett of Mac- I I Giant 1 1/2/ IbBREAD I BAR- B- Q 1I

ELECTRIC MOTORS clenny Is visiting Mrs. A. C. I I I
2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYad Pearce for a few days. SAUCES
MOBILE HOMES spent the weekend with Mr. I
Motor Repair Co. .and Mrs. M. J, Btrhkland of 1 o .0 1 I ..

MUSK Lithia and Mr. and Mrs. Seba. 6e 18ozRfGULAItHOT 39 C I

Of Galne Tflle, Inc. owe In Florsl City. They went I \"eSh:\ I 2/49 I I

Repairing RewindingNew with Mr. and Mrs. Jame An- 1 OR HICKORY I
tiers of Palatka.!
and Used I II
UU N. W. 11th Ph. TTt-m BALDWIN Mrs. Hester Hicks visited 1 I I I
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders
Farm and Industrial fNOSOIGANS\ 'and family during 'the week.
no The ClrntH Court Of T*- GREENCUKES

Santa Fe Tractor, Ulilith" ., In Juillrlnl And For Clrwilt. .Bradford OfKlorl.ln CALIFORNIALEMONS GUARD CINNAMONBUNS
Countr. Cn oe Ho. ANTIPIHSPIIIANT2l !Stf
O'vlUe 8>>oppin< Ctr. J72-5.U Emma A. Grover, Plaintiff.vs L1IQi!
FORD Oeorge" Edward Grover

Farm Tractors *i Implement, JfNOTICE"; !l- OF SUIT K 3lROMAN
UUU KQtTIPl8AUGS : @ TO: George Edward Grover
PAST SERVICE: MOVERS :II'. 307 L* Sails Road Apart-
msnt 1. Richardson. Texan 7S9-
4438 N. W. 8t11 37S-254S *
r.AfNEsvrm: TTA. You Are Hereby I/otlfUd
L0r. D1ta'e.> Moving that tiled far nand has
bun against you you
GARDEN SUPPLIES Storage Packing ars required to serve a copy _
of your written da'. ..ns... tt RISH CRISP
4* CratifFree 811tp.s.w: any to It on Ellis 8. Sanders .

Johnson & Far:*, Inc. Estimates Can addrses Attorney lion 142 Plalnf.ff.yfsst' whose Call and< ICEBURGLETTUCE '. ? : PIZZA
Strut Starks. Florida i
HILL'S site the orl 'lnal with the Clerk :
!SEEDSPLA141- of the above atylsj' Court or
Us tteMe -Pet SHM UesmTIIdw or before June 25. 1970; otherwlss -
: Van Serv'ce: Inc. tired a against Judgment you may for, the be sn-...- LARCf HEAD SIZI2sl

diet demanded In the Complaintor
w. Rent TrlRY1/! ... 'l1a 3811 NJ.: Wnllo M. O'Y1n. Petition.
224 N.W. Mk .... S7M4TC 372-4271' seal Witness of said my Court hand on the and Utt the
MAY 28 1970 TKI.KGRAPHEnvironmental -- PAIF tl



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Lonnie Sullivan

Armed Forces News About I Rites Held FridayLonnie : ': GO\ml:) ]' I

OUR SERVICEMEN died Wednesday.Sullivan May, 54,20 of, In Ocala Ala-, U UJU f/i d iFdi/ICgf l f! tdt fltft99 T

chua General Hospital after a
brief illness. He was a former i
Airman Joseph A. Kaufftnan outstanding Air Force ROTC cadets employee of the City; of Starke
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joa. who attended the 22nd Na- and moved to Jacksonville about I''
A. Kaufftnan, of Route 1. Starke, tional Arnold Air Society: ; conclave ten years ago. For the past two _
has completed basic training at recently at Anaheim,Calif. years he had resided In Ocala. FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday
Lackland AFB, Texas and has More than 1,400 cadets from 158 Surviving are his widow Lola CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH O* CHRIST: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH School, 9:45a.m.Mom-
been assigned to Lowry AFB, colleges and universities met to Sullivan; his mother, Mrs. Rachel LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125,Northwestof Law- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- Ing Worship. II a.m. Youth
Colo., for training In the munitions discuss the AAS program for Sullivan; a step-daughter 1404 E. Bessent Road tey. Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morn- Morning Worship and Communion ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Prac-
and weapons maintenance the coming year and to hear Mrs. Mary Kirby, Brooker; two SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. Ing Worship 11:15. Sunday Night Service, 11 a.m. Evening services Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer tice, Wednesday 8 p.m.
field. He Is a 1967 graduate of addresses by top level aerospace sisters, Mrs. Doyle Hatch and !Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacra- Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. -Rev. Robert D. Burch I.
Bradford High School and received leaders. Mrs. Marie Hurst, both of Bran- ment 6 fjn. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m.Rev.. Worship service J.C. Saunders. pastor. j
an A.A. degree In 1969 Cadet Tlmmlns Is a memberof ford; two brothers, Leon C. Sullivan MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell.j'tOZLC1IRISTIAN GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH. :
from Lake City; Junior College. the class of '73 at the University Starke and H.B. Sullivan, TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEJ. Highway 100-A I:
; of Florida and Is work- Street, Pa.; and four grandchildren. WednesdayRelief Society; PINE School LEVEL 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday9:45 a.m. Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng I
Ing toward his bachelor's de- 7:30: p.m. Sunday J-I CHURCIf 11 a.m. Morning Wor- Worship, II. Training Union,
Edward A. T 1mm Ins Jr., son of He Furneral services were held Dean Hansen, Branch Presi- Worship, 11 a.m. Pre- School 10 Morning 'School Ii
igree. is a 1969 graduateof Services (Booster Band, Young Sunday a.m. ship, 6 p.m. Training Union 7 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8. I
Col. and Mrs. E.A. Tlmmlna at 3 Friday in Hatch Bend
Lt. p.m. dent.
The Bolles School Jackson- and Prayer Service), 6p.m. Worship, 11 a.m. Evening I p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 8
of Keystone Heights, was among ville. Baptist Church near Branford, People. Evening, Worship, 7 p.m. Worship, -James Shaw, pas Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser- p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy pastor.
with burial in Antioch Church JORDAN MISSIONARY
.- Midweek Service, Wednesday, tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday .
Cemetery near LaCrosse.E. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S.
STARKEBUSINESS Widows of Vets 301 North, behind Taste 7:30: p.m. E.R. Bowers, D.D., night-I p.m. Family night. Sunday KINGSLEY School LAKE 9:30: ;BAPTIST Training

For Aid Freez Drive In, Sunday past:>r. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor-
Eligible W. GliMon School, 10 a.m. Worship Service BROOKER, FLA, AIRPARK BAPTIST CHUPCH ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
In Nursing Home Services HeldWednesday 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:
Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- hOPE BAPTIST.CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bris- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
(Highway 100 at Theressa) tol, Superintendent. Training ning Worship, 7p.m.; Wed. Prayer Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
DIRECTORY Widows of veterans who died day.Leroy Olive pastor, E.L. Sunday School10 a.m., Morn- Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Doug- Meeting and Bible Study. 7
In service, or as a result of Griffin associate pastor. Training Book of Psalms.
Worship- a.m.
ing ; las Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on NEW RIVER BAPTIST
service Incurred disabilities,and Glisson 67 died
Eldry W. Union6:30: p.m.; Evening Wor 11 a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -
are drawing dependency and indemnity suddenly Monday morning at his BAPTIST CHURCH
AUTO SERVICE DEDAN ship7:15: P.m.Wednesday music director. Welcome. Worship, 11 a.m. Training
; compensation, may look home on Wilson Road, east of BROOKER Night Prayer Ser-
Union, 7 Evening Worship
to the Veterans Administration Starke. He was born on October 5, Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle p.m. service
8 Wednesday night ,
Gilbert S. Brown for help If their physical con- 1902, the son of the late Williamand ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH p.m. welcome
dition is such that they must Elizabeth Crosby Glisson, p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- Sunday Service: Sunday School, : p.m.
Standard Oil Service Station either enter a nursing home or and was a lifelong resident of .Rev. Lacy Conway: pastor. 16 N. 9:45: ajn. Morning Worship,10:45: pastor.
Sunday School 9:45a.m.Morn-
ATLAS hire someone to stay with them. Bradford County He was a retired GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH : .m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
TIRES BATTERIES The announcement was made carpenter, and a memberof CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Ing Worship, 11. Training Union, :Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6.30; Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn:
Badget Term. -Road Service by M.T. Dixon, Director of the Starke Kingdom Hall of Jehovah 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek 6:30: p.m.Prayer Evening Service Service, 7:30.7:30.: p.m. ing Worship, II. Training Union,
PHONE M4-7071 Division of Veterans Affairs,who Witnesses Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.
407 N. Temple SUifce said that, starting December I, Surviving are his wife, Maggie Services II a.m. and 7:30 p.m. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor
a monthly allowance of $50 will Donnelly Glisson; one son,Julian -Rev. Y.W. Kidd, pastor.
S- a e S e a a---a e e e-a---- S- e e e e-----------
be payable to widows receiving C. Gllsson, and one daughter,
HURST'SSHELL service-connected death bene- Mrs. Ralph J. Darley all of FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ,: :::::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::::::;:::::;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:::::::::::;::::::::::::.:::::::::.::;:::::::::;::::::;:::::;:::::;:::;:::::;:::;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:::::::;:;:;:::::::::::::;:::;:;:::::;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:::::;:;::::::: ,

fits, who are patients in a Starke; one sister, Mrs. Sadie OF STARKE
nursing home, or are helplessor Murrhee, Jacksonville; and three West Weldon St. and Ralford illll IIIII r
Service Stationc. blind, or so nearly helplessthat grandchildren. Road Removing the THORN
... ...
they need a regular aid and Graveside services were heldat Sunday School: 10:00: a.m. 11:00: ,.. ::
ODi Labrleafton attendance of another person. 3 p.m.Wednesday In the Kings- Services 7:00 p.m. t
C.A. : :
Monarch Tires: Battertee Dixon suggests that anybody ley Lake Cemetery with Leonard a.m.Evangelistic Services. 11111 Almost 4'\"I',\'1JI1I' I lluit t liu& ,* PMT) 1"111..1! n -lii n'. all"III I \ I loa 1.,1'11111't rough the lid' ,\l. know,* 1W J

ROAD SERVICE falling in this category should Wallace officiating. Interment Wednesday: No Mid-Week :::;: ,,1'1111' w"III"'l'l'ull'.IiIl) !,; 'of t'lvi'dum" I tliiil I ilii- CIMMINI.:I jiKo Imxi1 kiinun I uliul it i h' toivnioM' :::::
301 and WO Stark contact the local County; Veterans was In the family plot with De- Service. ; f
Service Officer.I Witt: C. Jones Funeral Home In Pastor: T.E. Gilly m11 -Ui-Kcr or ii ihoni. Tinlir I .l 11110'1111'1-| to pull' II nut ;I nc u-ii.ill.\* \ limilled, i Jin'I'I'I: ): 1111

t -I charge of arrangements. 11m nnd, flovxl.v.' ami t thiMi, invuinc)! .III'|' ,\inir rmmiui: joii \inl; it out. iind! tind. thiit I Iis as 11m .

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Young people upon awakenIng 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- ;..;;..;.1 Tlit'iv iii-c ninn.v I lhnrn)' < in Ii f.... and I iln-i- i-\il S -limiM, !II.. rcmoM'd >il'tly.' and put' out of .11111:.:.
School, 10 a.m.
i dreams vices Sunday
remember their :
Preaching, 11 a.m. Training ::1111 out live". .\II..IIIII'hul..h.) I $ivn'ixi' \\n-\\i\\ ..milinuiir.iyrmcnt): in ii'innMnu; tin* t tlunn', <- from m11 .
STARKE better than do old people. The
Union 5:45 Evening
: p.m.
probable reason: They have 7 Everyone welcome. :::: Jim i' lilt. ::::: I

I PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE happier dreams. Elderly people ship, -Elder p.m. A.G. Flynn, pastor 1m;;:::;::::::::::::..:::;::::.:::::;;::::;:'::'';::::;';,':::'':':'::;::'::;;'::';::::::::::''::i'::::::::::::: ::; :::;:::::::::::;:;:::::::':'::::::::;::.:.:.:.:.. ..:.:.:::::::::.::::::.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::Wi1
tend to have more anxious I
dreams and therefore .
"'". I
subconsciously wish to forget Morning ::::: -. :::::
Sunday Scholl 9:45: a.m., I
; PHONE 473-3176: them. Worship 11 a.m., Youth Ser-
vice 5:30: p.m., Evening Worship, J I

7 p.m. I 1
Thursday nteht! Prayer MeetIng .... I
7:30: p.m.IIvy I : Luke, Pastor :
J 1 I
Graduation Special CHURCH I

Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; } I ,
Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- I :' :.:.:
ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training ,
AT }
Union, 7:30. .
ThursdayTeachers and Officers .
:;1: :;111

Meeting 7:30.Edward Meeting: 6:30.: Prayer II 1iii ,

FIRST FEDERAL C. Harvey, pastor.ST. .

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MARKS ......
9:45: Church School .:...:..:
"'" If.l/f '" .,'
; ) Holy Eucharist 1st Sunday '.'.'

*('IJift..f .$:. :i"-. liD.)Morning...i. Prayer 2nd," 3rd & I : //11/ :
-." '! ;/
GIVE 4th
':(' .. Sundays 11 a.m. II .... ..,..,...... ..,.,. .. .. .... ... ,...,.... ... ... ...
.,. .....
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; LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH m. Hit(huiih n Co41 oppomltd. oqimr,in tint"Olid I loi ipnodinj. t Hit knowltdqt ol Hn I lent f\j .rI.'N T1it :m
: I
YOUR SON4i.i Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; ':::: 'fol mon..d ol'Hit dtmontf'lot man ro",po.d ta I Ihfll' lot br (10...,hi|ntifhbaf, Without. $ ;::; ;:::
; Morning Worship, II a.m.; Evening I ::1:: thit giMndinf. w Hit I... ol' God no |otinm.nt Of ,....., or war 0'* lit'*. will, long 9. ::::*;;
) ; Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Mid- A ,::'. .......'. w* <*. ,liMtomi .hKh ., noil to otar mil, ,mtxtobly, "poiih Ihniloit' l.tnI'om :::::
:.f'.:. .. Week Bible Study, Wednesday, I ::::: I 0 tiES. ..)..... .> .... wit UMuK lupoort Hit (twin loi lh. uko ol' 'Ihl ..Ia.. :::::
$250,000!' .: ,- ;I'>:.-. 7:30: p.m. I ::11::;:; ol nimioll t4 .In fBwif lirocid. ikai .0...... ...ir pt'ton mould uphiid ond par' : 11m:
'r. Be In church Sunday. ::::: 'hiKiU,( on int (hu.., ktiouu 'il mil tht liulli about mon, lili dtolh' o.d dlitmr,, iho ::::::::
('r.' _;, Rev. W. B. Mercer, pastor I :::1:1::: Irwtll which ...... will, t.l him, I Irtt ,It h., at 0 child) of God (.1.' ... Gi I II 1:1::;

FOR EACH YEAR Of 'do' I 11j1;:;:::::;:::::;:::;:;:;:;::::::.:.::.:.:.:;:;:;:..;....:..: .:..;::::.::::.....::.;...;.:...:. ..:..:...:::::;:::;:::::::::;:.:::::::;..::::;::::.:.,:.........;.;....::::::::;:;..,'....:,;::::::::::::;:;:::;:;:;: j11i;
MADISON STREET S S S S S-e S S S e S e e S-- -S --- -- -e-----S S-
college attended, your :: BAPTIST CHURCH

boy will average Sunday School, 9:45; Morning WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
$62,500 more lifetime Worship, II; Youth Choir Prac- BRADFORD
tice, 4:30: ; Youth FellOwshlpSup-
income than someone JEWELRY SUPPLIES Inc.
per, 5:45: ; Training Union, 6:15: ; ABSTRACT CO.
without a higher WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Eve-

education. ning Worship, 7:30.: Official Class Kings Featuring Ace Hardware
Start saving today, TuesdayPrayer Group, 9:30: Belter Service For Your
Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand
while your youngsteris a.m.Wednesday- RA, GA, Sun- Title Problems
still young. Regular !JI beams, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting, BULOVA WATCHES Sporting Goods
7:30: Church Choir Practice, Abstracts
additions ;
account 142 W. Call St. Starke
: Check With Us First"
plus high interest on -Denton Sumrall, I'astor. Phone 964-7064 Title Insurance

your money will 158V.; Call Ph. 964-6881 219 Washington St. 964-5270

make sure you have the "
cash when he's ready
for school. SERVICE

Bill Edwards Ph. 961-7231 SERVICEAND


Headlight Adjusting U-HAUL RENTALSTruck

Brake Service

Aak Wheel Balance and Complete-Lubrication
Come In
Today Charley 7fl1E. Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Minor Tune-Ups

'_.__'i! \) PROMPT ROAD SERVICEAll 1011 N. Temple Avenue
,f :Minor Repairs 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
John PHONE 964.58994..IFLORIDA
BEFORE GRADUATIONwftffffffffffif& 617 N. Temple A\e. Starke Hiway 301 and 100

About This t.U..IOD, : *10 S. Temple Starke

=:::':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::: : ::::::::::':'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "A Homeowner or Tenant BRADFORD COUNTY -
r p Policy now covers only to TELEGRAPHOFFICE J.
!|1] We Also Have A Free Gift i|1! $300 on theft of furs and EST

For :;:: jewelry. If a $1,000 fur SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery
You. |
| coat and $1,200 in jewelryare TYPEWRITERS

|1 j A Bottle-Jar Opener :I 1 1i will stolen be paid., only Does$300 total the ADDING MACHINES and Market 'fONTROL/

K-ffffftiffftifttti g i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::*::::::::,:,::-. :::::::::::.:;:;:;:;:::::::;:::.:;:;:;:.:_:::::;:::::::;:::;:::;:::::::::::::::::;::; Charley E. Johns Agency/ Groceries :Meats Feed ) A CMMKAlca

recommend a Fur-Jewelry PHOTOCOPIERS: from PUG GAS AND OIL
Floater policy to providefull to tU. Take the, d'tidftry. out
theft coverage for ex- of paper worll.LKO.u. .- Jack and Gladys Edwards 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.

penshe furs and jeelry?" FORM U S. 301 South Starke Phone 961-5745 for FREE

Charley E. FAYKOU. KNVILOril PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates I



'ThHouofSavln ." ..... ZZXZZSr; *.*' ._ _. 131 So. Walnut St. Owned By Those We Sere In Twelve Northeast! Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better
Phone 964-5070
Electrically"Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911

12 1970

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------- --- -- -- Public Invited xmoB Dntla Si' M
toff ... Sup 7. LI ...
lend wiU 1o toll

f I To Tour Jail .., public the lotto City notion i Ball.* hereby*City t gtta 12100, of .o'eleok tht.....*the. County noon rollow.it, of on .th..n.eorlted...,9th ord.dyt Rah.of Jun of Florid A.. D.*1970, to

Community j II the anount duo for t**.. hrln *.t iyinj|*,. th. nmMl >.. 'Oll"" olthDeeorlptlon '
pey tote 1 A B or Blk 19 In ..
end dT.rtlMa*> 3339 -
euon eel
oon. of & --
And City HallAn L T a Oo. liD BX .U..t l6':: ..: *.*

Moat of
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*' *0' I of Ilk 17 in
}" 1- of Lot
"open house" for the public Line of .** *. .0p .... 0... and Oo". L T A Oo* liD = = .... 26.21

: II to tour and view the present I "." i7o of .t of Bit of at
) .
News city Jail and city; hall has been 16 Ix S130 SO 6 tt *t _haoort.... a 1.U7 33)*....tot* liD* 3, .k .f Blk 18 in L 1Co A. fwl 11.ri

set Sunday, June 7, from 2-5

I I II )"-"..I lio' of N 170' of H* of II )"1-..tat I of BIK. Jl in t 5 A twto
6 II t !. M5p
By Elizabeth Given"*, Walker 1 I p.m."I'd tike to have an open house Nil w of Hoy 16 SO IdoNl..ri.. ..,.'3tn lID AI '11."

L.- --- -,- - .- to let the parents of the City J377--CO.* -20 H fro as Oor of )375 Ilk. *O in L
of Starke see what we have in a4of 3W''t a .Run W UJ' N 90' t I--L t.I1.f sortie taS12 16,533502Lot.
RECREATION NEWS toetog held and all girls Interested GIRL SCOUT TROOP 626 facilities," s 115 a 50' TO POB 21 12 Jo.1n.
the way of police 111"_ ",a a of Blk *8 in I T 4Co
Practice sessions! for LittleLeague In playing are Invited The regular meeting ci Girt Councilman Jimmy Bowen said liD 111.ltm. .1-

Baseball each: Toe- to attend. Scout Troop 626 is held each In proposing the tour. It was .)79-a/D Lot 7 of Bllt. 1 in Bunny A..... 11'.* Norrl 5.61

dar and Thursday at 5 p.m. Mr. Jackson Is asking the Tuesday at 5 p.m. All Girl approved unanimously by the st ).)8 3509..lot 4 s 15' *f Lot t BHIS

All interested baym are invited cooperation of the community Scouts are Knvited to attend. Council. )91..0' ) of Blk. a in sunny Aore. Hit BTorrl in L 'I' Oo. Add nw.s. Olit. 51,6'

to attend.:' In organizing activities for SCHOOL NEWS "In a city we're all subjectto let 6.71
the of the youth and dropouts are Bowen 3532.-Lot 6 6 7 of lilt 1 In 110"' .
good Adults
Otrl'a Softball practice All be put back there .393-.Lot 1 of Blk 3 in Sunny 4 Truby Add Ls.Nwr7.A
invited to take advantage of said "and I'd sure hate to be Ao... liD 01.*.. Ore.r I.78

orxai' or TAX aALI the Baalc Adult classes that put in there for an hour or )95-1.--1.0' 6 Ilk 3 in Sunny Aor. 3393.-lot 1 4 Sly 23* of Lot I ilk

otlee I* K e*bF Dttr thet on th* 2nd or .f Am* 1970 .t lewter have been organized ,to help two." Clerk Merrill Edwards SID Allen DIu 6.32 3 In Tplo. Add in Not of Kit Y 0 fret 110.21
:beep ft Iredford. net. et1ertd*. Tax Id. .rtltl t** will D* ale
w th. follo.ln. d.eorlbed lead to pay th* ..oi.it due far ,....* .hrla those who would like to get a also supported the idea of the .*.. ,.." '''9' nt tut of B1H. 6 S of S :: of
alt....opepo,1t. ,". 00... tedoth.r .UK .n 00".01 01&0" _1. and 1111 .4. diploma or work for Job ad public seeing firsthand the work hen.. 3 W in Tenplet liD 21 6\ II 1 Lutnor M.rt.o B 17.19 "OZ'l fpr.n Add V 5 Nillf..e 3466$38.d

lIooo""U Ale..tt orof vancement. The advantage. ta ing conditions in his office. 56' of Lot It" W 96' ofHi
'I... for registering in the The move amounts to another 2.*.8--l Lot in 34 Cor of .S3 of I)" of Lot 9 of JON 19 In To.pi e,1l 27.XAuetln >
Lr4 O.n.r and oolt.wlDf :yours and in r-,0.. 3/D a.lnp AD rot 100' *. Add a.rrn.
classes. pitch for a new city hall tt>4 By 132 MAl 21 6 12 Jm. .. AGrUn.

There are two classes operating Jail Bowen admitted, stating ". )7 36"0->t of lot 6 Ex 1 15* 4 Lot7dYI15'.fSikl9inTw

. O' IAILIDADLot in RJE. nveettna each "I'm still interested in a city pl.. Add pW1 A ...- '''If

6 nook 1 W II OOo1obp 0.10 Monday and Wednesday hall." 2''B9-.Co* a Lin Ontr at of 1'.1.

It A.r.s ta NW 00. It 01 .at 01 IYk. 3 I ..n 4,60 nights from 7-9. For inform- An artist's concept of a new aiD Sly 1110*t tnt-with Poe Cont* VW Sly of RH Kin* 3692-..lot. 7.8.9 .4 10 of BiN 36

Vo-Tech or $200,000 city hall planned by Ely 210. Nly. 210. Wly To 901, 21 6 II A T Paul 7.91 in Peek Add Joe..h a 1$.
Lot 01 t's 8/D .... 01 ii 3 I .11 a,60N anon call the architect Don Morjjin of Orange N NWw 13.610.7S

RJE. 2"92-A--b.. HI Cop of Nit of Sit
66.66' 01 8111 lit Clinon lemel 19.60 la :being Park is now on display at the 3 661* ror roe, W 200*. M 100*, 37.6.-Lot. 0 D of BIK 26. in J NJoin.
Class .
The Sewing< clerk's office. City fathers S 200. S 100' To POI 21 6 II Jim Toney J.38 Add Ex Per in OB BK 69
Si.s. Lot we.p1 100' m6 Vo-Tech School city 399 marti
: I. n-o: held at the
aW Cop lot 7 m 3s. listened to Morgan's ex- 2527.-lot 3 of Ilk. 20 in H Bno lID a.Ur >
Bop 100. t 'KIa' M to P01 s.osot I. with Mrs. Thomas as teacher. their May 5 meeting MllliMI. 38.21
.00' Con. Don_ 26,15 from the planation at )797-.1. I. II of Ilk
Every lady can prcflt apparently liked what they 2392--lotaD ", t of bit 1 In Oahcn .. 4 1-A A* *e1 DB 28 Pf 356
.10011 A1 Martin 10.10. 81.35 knowledge of knowing how to saw. But took no further action I EX NM Jr.Wllll 'n'.*...8.10 4 Ex I 80' in City perk. a/D .-3 '_1 51...

I., ., p0 10' Not NN COP ". It do simple sewing. until Tuesday night when they
I LoU At. N 60' .W )D' 60' t. GRADUATIONKindergarten 157..1.nU 8, 9. 10 of Ilk 2 la at Cor ait of ice
set the open house. Dl .. J7.19 3314 D.U )5' 0'
Late At.D to I.D lI.mn 10.10. 29.0' for Oeh.*n. aID John D ) 3 Por A
graduation Architect Morgan proposes fora Run I 100. 3 100'. X lOO'-p
PSI'O'' aAUIKIAD S/D Irr L fit 2.18 29 6 II r .....- 31,63
Anderson Junior Elementarywill new city hall and .(all an 8,700 2J93 lot 20 of ilk: 3 In Oahaeen 100 To POB

lot 8 Arthur Thotnteri 19.8' be held Sunday.: May 31. square foot 2-story brick on 2611..It of Dlk: 1 a of B 2 S 6 W) 3822.A.-Oo* *t 8W oar of Hit of

.wi 01 Lot lOA Joro. Sp.n 9.85 at 5 p.m In the cafeteria, of block building on the site of the of alt 1 Noras i sot R attit) E e aii of ofBlk BIK Sit t I'l Nil' II 150'270 W,Per 120 POI To NSo'

school. All parents and liD Ex Stit 6 II Mlly .rtfn 25..1t)8)l.A.
the present city hall.I 1 3 of 12 B in Tn.pl.e ..
la elk 1) Jem.on 6 12 13 L 3.n. ..)1
LaU 8. 9. 10. 11. a lit' graduates are Per OR Bk. -6)6 22
11.10 friends of the > ..Be of 81Cor

invited to attend.: The public, 2622..Thet Pnrt of Nut of SWt t. of Uttor.. Nh of9Rt of Hit,
Lot 1 elk 1) Jollnnl. Poel.r 1.60 Thet Port Sold Bee .. as Oaf. N 60', H 100'. a 60', 1100' To
is cordially invited.-Mrs. W. The of NW of 8t N 66)* Por Poe. B.. 6 II .id.. ..19
La' a liD Lot 1) I..u.l R.1ol1 1.60 M Randolph teacher. W 100', N 200 B 100 a '00' -r-
--I To POD 22 6 22 3 Lonrdancrk
000 OW Nr Lot l' ttm .lr alon" kpdn DELL CHAPTER 168 10.672633.Ce0 )876--1.0' 3 of Ilk I in Pinehemn ..
Lot l' 100' to 15t Iii W .417 a/D 11I11 -
61.1) Klr 16, IIlr 165. to I.g Joy0. V.ll1. ,.!O New officers of Dell Chap et 84 for of NWt of awtB ..n. 16.613909tot

ter 168 were installed In Pa- 86& N 30*. S 100 per )OD.
lID 8111 16 .. I )50' M ToPOB s 01 fclK 2 in .utl.ren
Lot. N 100, t 75 75
of IlsU: : 0... Grown 7.2p la tka. for the year 1970. Everyone Lylne; N of Oo Or Id. 22 6 II 0 01 IIU1.r 2*.8' lID Bljr then.. ST.99
plans to start the year ADULT FICTIONA
II ot I 15' 01 W 115' 01 Salt'' tor Part For A Policeman 3918--W 62t of Lot 6. of 11111 1] .

1111 11 WWolt.r Hider16.80 with much enthusiasm Creasey Queen's Pawn--Cann- 268.- o t progress In all activities. ; M30* Por POB B
ing The Anchorman-- Calmer; m.'oOlw: Or B4, N 2)0
00. .4 00. Lot 181 et o. B4'1 The next regular meeting ; 6 A 7 or BIK. 0 in Pinenuret -
194' .w. 60' The Stonefish--Mclntosh; Another H 12}r' 9 2)0 TO Poe BS M26WtAB SID -...1 ftntt-
11' I a..o' N 274' be held June 4 in the Masonic 22 6 II V. H "0. .1. Jr .97 16.61
194' .N. 120' to a.. "Inh.H Au..ln 5,80 will ; Part Of The HouseEstes lip*

\ Hall on Brownlee. Street. 200' H of 3S Car of IIIof
.11 Lot 11 .bol and. Aaron Other People..Dale; The Ilk I in flnonuretaD
b. 10' 10 of
lot 12" ; Cant 39)2--Lot
Jonkll1. 2,20k 'All members are asked to be Nut of awl, N 200', M on _to IIYlltSit.lt1
The Last Of Edwin 6 2Z Xetie Norwn ). )8
Best And ISO1, 8 '00', 11'0' To 22 i 21.M
II.b.l And. Aaron pre+Pnt and or time. O'ConnorO'Connor The Oasis -
160' 01 II )76' Lot 11 ;
26 of Ilk 1 in Hut. Wll-
"9 Lot 12
oIonkln. ',200s. In Armor Al- ] .Beg *t as Cor of HIt$ of NW
Creasy Tramp _. ..
; 11 3D St Wailer 971-A
CHURCH ACTIVITIESThe 2.59 ..... H 79 W 100'. 175 B
I" 00. 811111 II\In II 100' for Division of Sawklns: A Time To Keep, And 100' To POD 29 6 U J.ortr n.O..lt I...*
.. 1.1..10 SAton Eat: Coast
Ie" 3 80' II 176' N eo'
The of Hot Willis.l
tot ".0' Other Stories--Brown; 2652.-tot 9 of Ilk 1 .
Mt. Sinai Baptist Association 3/0 Ho* aeaurltyTorp.
Doomsday Squad--Howard The 29.36
Lot 2 7 'I 01 Ald.r.n 1.60 will be held May 29-31 at New .Mitchell. "071--Co* ., NS Cor of 3U1 I Run W
Innocent Bystanders-
1...... JIondalph 9.85 Beth Baptist Church. Rer. 2699-6--8* of lot 12 4 All Lot 13 6)0 for FOB. Run 3 190 to atRd
lot .9 of Blk 1 in Nat "1111_. 0001"" 100 tnn W along B/W to ) 3o
A. Vinson, Pastor; Rev, W. ADULT NON-FICTION ""11... 22.'* Lin N to ; 3.o Lin. S to FOB
dl ot II 535' Lot )0 1...... h.ndolph' .10 Clark Bx R/W.. :31.0 D..o OR 12.P,
D. Dennis, Moderator. Chemical Ecstasy ; 6 2 Net Willie. ./D 1...-''. HB .. MS 29 6 II 6 Bu.*n. Tnr 11.8
3165' 01..10 1... D.rbsr 2,10Lot. Greater Bethelhem FreeWill The Supposed Justifications 2659--Lot of Sit uoldi Bettor ".)5
Lot )2 >
Punishment: "419.-Co. 30' W .r as Oar of 3eo
U. a..th"'ord t,20 Baptist Chirxsh. Rev.Jasper .Honderich- Inside 29 A Run N. '.8' for .* FOB Then
ti ...d Y5 Folk 2670-Lot 26 of Bit 2 In Net Wllll**. 21.68Lottie Run. N K7A1 W.. )*O' S 078 I 360
Williams. Pastor. Safari: Hunting-Holman; 3D Lnnon To POB 29 u II 5s..rt 6 Mil.. .
i Lot 226'' Nil. on I ..d '5111.1OD Cblld..Hol- Mme 16.6'
W br 100' led.. 111 Lot 1.2 L Alln.. en4 II 'f \0 Educational Day will' be observed Dance.-Hall; Mill 2672--Co* at aV Oar of Nut of IMt

S'indav ,starting> with land; The Kennedy Women-- Bun B 510' for POI, N 300'. B klo..w 6 A of Nk 01 SII') of ai) Kx
114".rd Jon.. 6,95 The Great Radio Comedians 50'. a 200'. w 501 TO tea 22 6 2Z .r. 1 Lot Dee A. CO.. At NW car of
Morning Buck Bet 13.82
II 1 _". Lot 43 Sunday School at 9:30.: ; folds Welt Pin. aiD Bun a 233.9 for

service at 11, League at 4 -.Harmon; The New Eng- FOB W 125', 3 308. B 125 N
Coo at p' 900' h 01 III Oar Lot 52 Bible With The Apocrypha; 2677.-Co* at sw Cor of NWt of awtRun : l' to FOB o1
lOa' 5 lish tllo''xilestin
050' N 300' I1r to p' Evening servile 6 pm. 0
pm. 760' for
01. J..o1. JIIondal1l11 ,..eoJ I B on t a.o Lin. A I' la
led Car Lot 51 "" ",,' -J\. Weekly schedule: !Monday An American Exodus- Lange; POD The N 300', a 100. 3 Lannan .66.36. 90- 06 i: 6 aa 6 Anno *BottKr 11."5

Cot St Car Lot 521 518.21' W 100' 1Mi i dTa '. night Choir No. 1 rehearsal. John Crowe Ransom--Parsons; )00'', u 100' To POD ap,, 200 22 6 2Z 11.17

U' 1100' N 70' """" i"Y"{ q"LMtlaot.."" I/U- Connelly--Nolan; Billion-
16.)0 Marc
21uis Tuesday nliht. choir. No. 2 Early ,

....,,0. .Ion.. .6,60 will meet and Ushers Board dollar Sandbar--Redford; "1"3--1 Lot Ind N *r Oo Rd No 5.
Lot 53 No 2. Wednesday night Pray'er Stationary Steam Engines In America 2677-A-Co* aw Cor of Nwi of lilt/ W Sr Lot 3. S By Lot 8. t br

R'U.' Pursell Queen Alexandra Run I on t ao Line 760 POB, Hill Nee Ou. Lot I 6 Lote 8 A 9 All w a *. ]."
Coo In' N Lln. end ply Meeting. Thursday night. -- ; ) 3330* moo TO POD 6 II eoet in Blk 2 of W Vine liD 2.9kl 6 SB or **
for POb, I1oS rloOO 1 8
...d .A. to Rh 105' ..Battiscombe. II .)
3 Ltn. 325' NP.r Ladles! Circle will meet at! ... a of
:o51 10 A U of Blk
oll -1
,:. ; 105' Untt.d Iond1n. t1.SO the home of Mrs. Shaw. Friday ADULT REFERENCEA 2680._... At SW per of Not of 8..t A w...fin* liD 29 6 12 or.. H SMfea -."
Of The Run I Alone t Boo Lint 560' for
lotto oIom..n 5,60Lot night Ushers No. 1 aM 2 Science Dictionary POD, N 2oo>. 50'. a 200 To t ui55--00. 91 Cot or aw) of as)
Let 2 0"'. 3/D Aminal World-.Chinery; The s.o Lino W Along t 3o Lin 50* Run N 18 W 1 2> For POB, W
will to Pleasant Grove ., 12.06
!(ro L Lnnon .
//110. Rnwn 2". The Nineteenth To Bog 22 6' II 7 29'. N ))'. B 29*. 8 )) To
.6 0"'. 110 United Methodist! Church' to Arts In America: Pea 29 6 22 ...... I.at.m1w.ptr.e
Carre tt, 2689>-'., ., Chunk Orad 50' on MAde OeiplS.7)
Nr.. participate! In their first Ushers of 1.**.. 3t ....""' I to W'
'.1 .6t '-28 mT R4dUIIo of INk of awt, N to LuajpMn Property .
TsZ Anniversary May 29, Sat- 1.193-* -A Per of Li. Lying 8 of
U" nIL......" Community Action JO*, H to Chur Or, Then To 22 6 II lrrr I Lw.rWillis. Lefer.tte at in 8W Cop of lilt
roB 90' .. 9.18 of SS|, Bnd B Br wlnd at 8
HeldA It 100 Line I W Br Boo Lin
Meeting Ain A Par In NW) of art of
2699.-Oo. at NW Car of awt of SHt
sit and i Br Mtind at, i Br
y.r. 6 Run I "70' rot pot, Bun 8 100
wlll.rwin M Br SlMone, N B*
meetIng 6 II John Di..., Sr 63.56
Action To 22
Community B 50 N 100'. W 50 roB Lin of 3St of SU) pN JLea.
.. M SIt.')
was held Thursday night.May 2 99-A.do. At NW Car of lilt of
19 at th* RJE Elementary ONt a 210 B 100' Por poa I
1'ahandling 100' N 100' W 100' To POI 22 6 2Z Boer nln ..230..swi* of lIt fa 2A In sw Car
The agenda Included .
School. Le .98
6 Bx H* Also Pero.l in nk of
such Important Itemsas Sit of Nil A* D..O In OR BK
1702.-Co. At NW Oar awt of aw* 29 fa 60* 32 6 22 38 L"l M A/ er 26.11.1
Day Care and the Community Bun B 520' 8 100 For A '0.Ton .
hands. Program Form Bun S )0' a 100' W 50' M .((279.iJMl of lIds of 3',) 'tx tT
ur Action 100' To POD 22470U 6 la Alberta Bnntt 13.82 Hold 4 .. Lot De.o CR Bk 20
81 which covers the plans Fn 5'.9 4 h R6 U Per Do
.-Co. At NW Car of aw) of SWi ON BK 23 281 32 6 12 6 Vletorl ."_
and priorities! of the community Bun s 610', a 110' Par POD. o tele* Rllenell
for Grant refjndlnj.' Approximately Bun W )0'. a 100, I )0', II WDM I +.
1 100' To roB 22 6 II B L B.rtl.r 3.98
: d p
4"A attended:! this program.Entertainment 2700.-00. At NB Car of SW) of SW) or set a 210' POI, a 100', s
de; Run W 87* For POB 9232.8. Wlf 160'. :N1 100', W 1 0', p"l' Alto
by the youth 60* N 230.26, B 60* To POB 22 6 la Wilbur Bopel 26.66' Cot a* Cot of Above '..0.1 POS

after the ,tusl- B 70* To Wlr B/W at M 200, SUt
was presented any -1 Lot in St Car of S) of HI) D.g 4 on dip Snrr 10.61 *. N
f ness mee'lng.! Jol".nl, : Hand of 31 Seine 100 N A S Bjr )0* 61 CM t 79* To Sir Bdrr of F.r

-....< .. present''! t'r"t .,,.,-.v.', .., 0'i SoW. 22 6 2Z Hid Ino n.'. Hoe..*3.98. 1 B I*' N/l To POB .willia. mmoo. I...*
J 'the guitar. Thi3 BYE Singing
2896.A.-N 550* *f ...l100A Com 1 "1298--HI, of NUt of a<| Bx Per .
Group did two rnirtr*, "Two car 8 I) of '14N Sold Ex 1 and "Oh Happy '" :5t to Nip IAn of st : 22 fg 3861X6 )2 6 22 I'e6'' .. spas
Wings 230 Poe, N tli i.uu'" TO mr IOn, 1.70
Day," order" the dlrect'.on of of B/w of ....on, M W. 125', 8
Alstcn. Th3 617.23' to Nit 11/" of st M aoly BM At NS Ooi b. Nwt of 311
Miss Wllll Mae on Nir B4ry 129.,* To POB '7. 21 H.reld rOodirtn Bun; 3 210 W 210 N 210*
meeting was considered* on* 118.60 B 210 To POB Bx B/W 32 6 22 1 Burn BUey

i, of the most successful that 2929--1 Lot ..1n... 122.5 N I B Br Jr 1tO.60

1 r \ the Community Action has W Lrlng e B.ln in Nt 307--Co At Nl Cop of Nut of act.
Cot of w* of of at) of NS) 28 6 21 Wllllene ,
NW) .::1. I Run ,.5', *:319 For POD Tnen
f., held. 7.)2 w 159.3 To H.rt, KB on M 193.6
a 21' To tot IX B/W 32 6 21 J A arnh .
''Wmbe! sold 299Oo. At Intereee. t Lin SWt WHIM.. .'
/ urday dlnrer of 3Bi I NortnerlT a/.. at Rd 230
from the kitchen.! Rm I Alan. t/4 !st Rd 230 799.98' ..380..Blk b. of J N John liD L_ thoet -
Por A rOB lhn Bun N Cont 114.18 ... el 6n."
To Southerly R/w line of Cr 114
I GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL Then S Along Rill 105.69 Then a "391,,w 301* of Nt of SSt of Nil
i AME Church, Rev. C. E. Jenkins 169.16'' Than 1I00r 100 To POB 28 6 2Z 1 '.4 Judy 61.56'2971Co ix It/4 4 Ix Pnr In Nt Oar 150'
01. Bertley
+ So. 33 6 22 B I
Pastor. *' on 2 Sid of Chit 3t Int
; Servicewill begin with of N Lin. of "' 90', S 210', ;:ll 90', '4 210 To (.... 3/D Nmll Dee. t-.-
Sunday School at 10 a.m., Mrs. FOB 28 6 21 01_.. L..l. 5.162976Coe
In charge. ....29-.B.5 At H4 Car Of 3 of Nil|
Dele tre
F. B. + on I Side of Churoh R i> trot. 3 180.8', 1301.60*, N
Morning service at 11. a Missionary d..... I. Lin. of Nrf* of s>{ 0..... 59.*?' To 4 11/" of 1ft H. It01r
Zion AME .. A Run S 169* Par. POD, Riei. S On 4 "/. 137 To N Lin of
serv'ee Mt. 90', t III', N 79'. oly To POB. 28 6 U Rudolph H .44 of '111.. 4 303.81 To POll
Church Rv. Glllvard. and Into 36.08 I Any' Pert Lytnl, Betwn D*..
prop < h/4 at *d lOa 33 6 22 Rerrell BOM 17.1
congregation win render ser J03"">--lot 2, .6 of alt 1 In orlt .
vice. Ssrv'C"'! will b* concluded Town of 3tr*. A II Browi Jr "9.6 "D27-.3 917' of lit* of H-li ** N .
137."2* )) 6 21 1* Rerold Kit
at the church The Pastor 30U9) --Lot 2 of BIK 7 of Orta Tow,
'Si'ltwW and members will visit\ Mr. of ......k. Kennetn Kjtruth "U8..1.A l.a .. Bar 80' B of
29.76 H4 Car of JIi of I.... 1 295
; 'mma Kirkland a member To C..i.l I 171 ', N'59*. 'W
J128--I 70' of Lot 2 or Ilk 27Orlclnal 171 To B.. 33 6 22 1 Lstl.11t. Xlt
who is Clare White's Nursing Town of S"r.. (x B/W A W ......... 1V.99W

_x. Home In Jackionvllle. Rri-" 3227.Co* .. N.. Cop of Cell Bay

lar service will+ be held Sun- St.,: N alt. 55', 4 112>> for .
June 7. Love Feast at 11, POI H 9.31 *. Hi 199.77, '/1* *t 6/" .mil Btwir
ay Sly 78' Qy 199 To FCI 28 6 U J Btud.ttll 59.89 Tax 0011**...
nol Communion 8 p.l11. City ., stark. "."' 10
)462--1 Lot 10 N 15: by 391 '
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLAt lew end X By Noreen. Lot 3T
Greater Bethlehem FreeWill H V IInl'''' 6 4 *T Velnut
St B By Front 3t 263J90 6 U Soils Driddl.ton
Baptist Chure'h. starting" 26.29 0

June 13. Hours will be from
.-Lot 1. .6 of U1K ) In L T
8830.: It is free. The activity 4 Co> S/O 21 a/" Soul Kn.Kereon P5.105

will nm f'r one 'week 6.92 www.Imw. .

MARRIAGE )DI.oLo". 1 6 2 of lilt 7 in 1. 9L.jt rj.li-p M.rtl .Yi,.

1. T Cot liD Bx R/. 1Io0k L.n. '.1" ___ w
.Mr and Mr. Ira Lercett

Mr. and Mrs Ira Leggett 'OAo..Lo'Cum SID.* of Bin 9 in L t I Clrde naA r..1a. Cadbfy

announce the marriage of eon ..II.nkor)1 wkotewA
enough work to do already bunk. And automatic electric equipment their daughter. Barbara to 6 twtsi7 Y.M y-
You've got ])20--1.0' ), of bill 1) Ln L T ..
well of Mrs. Co. liD .... 8.29 In N. lop II. wNe.
without wasting time and mixes feed accurately as Willie B Brown son $ Hnen two -

muscle power. The best way is with as controlling the flow to the feed- Rr a Brown. The marriage at )bf.-Lot1of3215iniII: SOlES rIM State ., ,,.,Id.
Colton -
win be Saturday evening Coo S/D Budolpn
electric equipment Its bunk Even shuts itself off. 3.77 1 n I.0.._" tet.T.w automatic 8 pjn. at Allen Chanel AME IN THE T. AtwM T.WR Te CS,.
dealer or
small and compact can work in a Ask your equipment Church Rev. C E. Jenkins 3323--Lot 101 Alt 19 >n L T A
3.i7 ... .. 1.wt
C.. VO II.... .. .... 'r 7w S'S N..A.
route from storage to feed- consult us for details. performing the ceremonies.. '
direct WANT ... 0S5. -
3331-"1> of Lot 1. of Sit 17 in
Friend and\ TeUHves are Invited L T Co. a/a Nonl. Fullu. 1*. 99 ,". .i.r -- .Crow

=1=1 L2. M at'-nd. The reception TELEGRAPHa.e.d1, awr..wrmar
1 )):n.I01 Lot .* of Blk. 17 faN BRADFORD COUNTY aI" .. tm.fns .
will follow at the home of
Joqulin. I ... .. ,
wow A ss -
."'...._,. ".. .0...... bride,803 Chestnut St. or L T I Oo. SID NoClnnon ).)8 4.1 b.wa









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tho following d..rlb.d 1..4 So p.7 th. arms :r- .. h.r.L -t 6AtIt' te O/t dr B4. em VW ft H 73* ef at ef Nt .t Nut of lilt Bua V t. NW"
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AMUat Of 1 mart* 60.76M f
of TeXO. elnllr !1.1 4640-A-'That" Portion ef NUi ofaai ,

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74-1 NO6f i M 7 W ofiAlf Bonnet i.wi.e ....61 Bur** .,)..* I
8W!166541 S Ohited ...... .
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111-2_.. .? siv'U vvt ot 8IIt in HB oor. or ui of HU{ of 221 Ino. 138.33
A 370 Np Wig-S er Htt te c
dm land on App li3 BOB01&.O Boll _ae; M n *>r ar let X, BUB" MuWt' Wlllr. -Oea 865 H ef aa Coos?
IZA'.minoe 4 AlbertN4 NB :100" M 100, .. :a'.51 Ste 19 ft Bun
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.4 I .y uiciiui 15 6 to 111. .odor.. 6)7.114 M IOO Te POB 31 'I' BOMM Brom Jll,1870' of Lot 8 of lit 87 1153'. 8210 To IV 19.7 22 1 1.0. T Joae 68.07

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of NSi aA in Oor 652'I' v 111'.*>
By 271* B4K 6 60 51 Jbs.ph r Bq 16.', )227--000 ., IV Coo ot Coil 6 l.7 I 10" To 19 7 22 1 n.d>* T 8hofr 36.05

ia BBoor 1665--asi of Nti or mi Bui er It 88 80 Peter A Has.a ::. :-111 216.55'. 1124' toe
857-- wi 3 S :
offeww of 550lp5; 1/W ''tit of '
I.7 10 11 bmhm. 011 6 H.D. 35.Ola m, $' U?155'to TOe3S.71 '
CIh.ioo1 b 11'.11 77 26 6- U H i atud.ilH33.39Baul : "920_-let* 10.11.U.13. ef Blk 1* 19 7 22aa 0147 I OhtT 49.31

330-.lot 8 ef Ilk 21 ill'Ward City I 7 10'r ..,.. 1 tag- Lot 6, 11n fertwllle" 35 5 11 -=r.. .*...... 610.,.e, "'8-1.0' 1.. ot 1111 S In L T 5 *922_-let 1* of Ilk 1* in C1t,
00. SID .. IV\I\
.._ 1,01 _...- ef Bonton 19 7 S2 Gl. p. x _t.r 1t6.81
116 "M Oor In 15.38
408-- Ui of HUi 1111. A H of !By Bx :2.58501110 Bun 05'3 2 )010-01,0' 4 .925--Lot. 18,19 ft 20 ef all
II/V 17 7 10 )6 b.th.n. oil 6Ohrl.l 105', a 105*. V.1W'f. Co* a/o. or21W0inI26 1" Bad. BKr In 0 J Waoko SID 19 7 22 (oorte DTi ft
b. 10.118 FOB 33 S aa Thorn. BOOM Olyd Bankerm '.111 Cr...for* 80.M
110.... .,..8 .*.. '.08
412-.Hi.or. Lot 1 Bx 10 A H or !By 18.7 10' 18. ..."' ...... Oil S .93--1 Lot in N* Coo of lot 10
Clhoo1oo1 00 31.,. 3320--lot 3. 14of211413InL7 a/0 of or '
1892--8 515 of lot 122143 i Ala 4 co. a/o swt iu-i 1 in6 87
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62*-aui or Bui 1 6 11 ItO 3.I Thr.o 1&1.n. 100.1'
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1913: --'That' Port of S* ef Hut oraui a/o tuoolph. Oole. N ef d005585N9 aa 7 22 20 ........ HapIhodea
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of out ** V 100' 1 6 11 10 llilU. 7 bs.f 7034 30' 35 5 II a Oene BUB-.
aq ri.' 72.81 3323- lot a of Blk .15 in L t ftOo Sam AMi of Ki ef 1-4

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of NI* tlrst.M 166.18 for FOB, 196-All II *. B) 3333.lot. 1 ft a of Blk. 19 In
a 100 a 1100' to tos 1 6 11 1 Lan 10. 10.01 200 423 ft d HAS ParV139o In Ml OOP SMlonn ft BXBU BBr L T ft oo. S/D ax ui Ida V.. ..!...- 502-tot 2 in Nt Vomoa ,a/D 29 7 22 licxio BulliTCB :ait.18

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Ida ... ....... JOJ4-A1-Oo. ot Pt Uhore MrBdry
S98At of lilt 4 Kvi of lIt a. ef aai of Ma I". 66.013355Lots of .wI of HSi Int Olf
H/w Bx ,. } 3958-A1ilewl erPort e ofd MIT of Co m 18. Ion
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of 51} DOM OB Bit: 50 Pg 12767 11 6 11 80 J... ICrorford d 22 65 Stoohea XUieaer 3. of Slit 29 in Bary 315 POB Cant I 103,
301 LT. 0 SID
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n't' -.ai of of sui ai of SlIt "I--Lot 2 ef Blk 31 in L Tft 505--All BUi Of NUi I Of !Br BXB
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Springs. Mtes\ Loutoe Batten
, 5 5By
At Keystone Hts. Saturday, May 3D president of the Green Cove

1 GLORIA REDFEARN I Springs Garden Club baa extended '
A preparedness meeting to Dwight Sullivan Alachua thanks to all who
Please Call 473-328: or 473-4182 I contributed
I coordinate efforts of municpal. County service .officer will ) ito the success of this

----------e--- -- -- -- -- county, state and federal agencies speak. at an Amer'iiran:: Legion event.'

RT SHOW ENTRIES to meet any emergency sicnsared; : Merr("rial Service Other contributions: acknowledged '

ANTED FOR K.O.P. GOLF CLUB resulting! from natural causes at Keystone Height; municipal during the week In. 4aw

The invitations to enter the On June 14 there will be a waa! held at the American building at 10:30: a.m. Satur- eluded $10 from Burlington

OP (Keystone On Parade) Art Mixed Two-Ball Scotch Foursome Legion hall In Keystone day, May 30. Industries, and $11 from private

;how have been sent to all par- It will be ladles choice Heights last Thursday. Post Commander James P. citizens. The total raised

iclpaots( of last year's show shotgun start at 2 p.m.. followed The regional. seminar on Drew, who was :recently ap to date for this project\ Is
lowever the Committee of the by a covered dish supper. The natural disasters! was called pointed 5th District Adjutant, 62288. / 4t

, how feel there are many talent- course will be closed to non- by Gov. Kirk, and: was. attended emphasized 'that, although "Some coutribuftlons are

is! people In the area who arc entries at noon. Full handicap :by County Civil Defense sponsored
infamillar with the show's po- allowed, ties will match cards. Directors' from Bradford Legion, the services are for Batten said1 I "and when the

icy.There Entry fee is $3 per couple witha (Frank Williams), Clay (Leonard the 'general!' public..! He 'urges books close at the end of
be Jury pries -
i will no of entry at 6 p.m. Jones), and Putnam the public to attend and pay :May there .should be ample

amateur and professional on Friday, June 12. Any entries Oeorge Duck), and Walter H. homage to the hororedi' !war funds 'to erect a decorative r
and craftsmen and high after this deadline will {
chool rtlsts art students may enter. $4 per couple. be charged Murphey, director .of the dead, end also requests that block wall on the eon side of urc?

held in the Northeast Florida! Emergency all business establishmentsfly ; the 'library! to the front
The show will be For the Juniors of the Golf property
Club Operations Center' In Starke. the American flag on this line on Ferris Street.. "
Municipal Building,July through there will be a tournamenton .
The nieetng was moderated. by day.
7. Tuesday and Wednesday June
uly An invitation with all pertinent 9 and 10, 36 holes. Sign,up at Kick Kasten. coordinator of In addition to the principal All chapter members regretto -
Information regarding the the Pro Shop. The cost will be the Civil Defense Extension> speaker, the Keystone He'ghts'! hear, that Mrs. Nolan Wood- Some of the award-winning KIIS athletes are pictured with their
Program at' Florida. State University Ensemble, and. Mrs. Drew, coaches who received plaques of from
show will be mailed to persons 50 cents with a party and refreshments burn, who with her husband are appreciation the players Tues-
one. after the president of the local auxiliary : day night.KHS .
requesting tournament past Matron and Patron of Starke
Contact Mrs". Henry SChuber George Peterson, .of the and District Chaplain 'will Chapter 44, that Mrs. Nolan was

Box 166, Clover Lane, Keystone American Red Cross Disaster have part on the program. visiting her mother in an Iowa

Heights or phone 473-3067. HERE N' THERE Service In Atlanta, chewed a city, and while shopping her mo- Athletes

Mr. and Mrs. Brainard Hatch series of slides to portray ther dropped dead, and Mildred Receive AwardsAt

ROTARY CLUB of Rexford, N.Y, were recent series that the ARC performed Women progress and cooperation suffered a heart attack, requir-

Paul Moore, a resident of Key- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry after Hurricane CamUle. In the Church Women's work ing Intensive care and hospitalization -

stone and manager of the Office Schuber of Clover Lane. Ma]. Robert W. TenElck. for the new year. The Bazaar .

Products Dlyislon of the Galnes- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lawrence who Is stoned at the Starko will be held again on November Annual
Banquet Tuesday
rlll IBM office, was guest speaker hosted a birthday dinner party Armory, represented the De- 6, with workshops begin some- HOMEMAKERS CLUB

for the weekly Rotary Club honoring his mother, Mrs. C.R. partment of Military> Affairs time in early July. Next Issue The Keystone Club held Its -

luncheon. His topic was "Time Lawrence, on her 92nd birthday and gave a outline of ''the role will be a continuance of the annual meeting and covered dish

For All Good Men To Cometo Enjoying the festivities were that the National Guard may program, Circle and appointed luncheon at the City; Hall on May A capacity crowd of parents game. of life!: according to the The speaker, was Introducedby

the Aid of Their Company." Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lawrenceof play in a natural disaster. H4 leaders. 20. Mrs. Dazey who had invited and (boosters filled the. Key- rules. He said that people with Ray.: Win fate. president of

Elkton and Mr. and Mrs. Don- raid 'that the Guard, when so the club to her home, but was stone Heights School cafeteria definite gods succeed In life the Booster's! Club who servedas

CANCER DRIVE ald Lawrence of Keystone, who entered by the Governor, can NIGHTINGALE CIRCLE called away by the death of a Tuesday night when hardworking because they know wherethey're master: ; of ceremonies.: The

IS GREAT SUCCESSThe are both also Mrs. Lawrence'sbons. !handle various! services including The evening circles always holda near relative. players and man- going. ,and cautioned: banquet was opened with invocation
Keystone Heights Cancer and security, closing meeting for the current The 4-H annual barbecue will that Hubert White,
patrol agers Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brid-
Drive totals $1,262,06.Mrs. Attending the Florida Bankers year. be held May 30 at Green Cove !
first be
traffic principal.
mass feeding, were host and hostessesfor ceived: letters and special accomplished without tho Wsslstant
Ralph Barker extends Association Convention at Kings ges Springs Extension office from '
aid clearing: debris from the Nightingale Circle awards. Coaches were not spark of am .tteQ). Head football coach Roy
the wonderful Inn Grand Bahama 5 to 8
thanks to all cru- Freeport roads, and: emergency: com.munlcations. p.m. In urging his li.Veners! to Bayless presented letters to
forgotten either the
bers and their husbands. Mrs. as players -
saders who made the drive a were: Mr. and Mrs. N.W. Har- Due to the closing of all Clubs and
: Cook chairman Intro- In turn showed their "be actors, not reactors," Dr. players and managers
James appreciation
for the
great success and to all the denburgh: Mr. and Mrs. A.B. summer, the Keystone to
Murphey spoke on Public LaPradd said students special recognition:
duced invited Dr. and for the efforts andguidance that gave
kind people who donated to this Watson, Mr. and Mrs. E.T.Martin Club will meet on June 17 at
Law 873 and told :how disaster. causing trouble b members of .the squad who
worthy cause. Mrs. Louise Nelson, and Mrs. C.M. Booher and Dr. and 10 a.m. for the express pur- of their mentors by colleges
The following is a list of the Mrs. Edith Wilson. Judge and funds, or help from any 23 Mrs. Albert Holt. The annual pose of making Bazaar Gifts presenting ithezn/ with plaques.Dr. and universities today' are a are grafljatinj this year.

cursaders who did such a fan- Mrs. Claremont I. TollesofMelrose federal agencies!: are tuvalable picnic supper was held on May The members will provide sand- Charles W. LaPradct. small minority and are wasting Recipient of special foot-

tastic Job: Marjorie Few, Dodie had planned to attend, how- to an area. hit ..by' a natural 18 at 6:30.: The covered dishes wiches and the club will pro- former University of Florida their talents because' they tall awards "were:

Koons, Anne Stinson, Marge ever, due to Illness they were disaster were provided by the members, vide beverage. It is hoped that football star and now preSI- haven't learned the rules!'! of Best Lineman, CMpper:\

Bannister, Carolyn Bickford, Y- unable to do so.Congratulations. and the cool and rustic atmosphere the special project will be com- dent of .St. Johns River Junior ithe game. "Rights must be Hague; Best Back Jack Win-

vonne Dazey, Marie Wrinkle, to Mrs. Louis of the large patio lenta pleted by the time the regular College. told the athletes accompanied! ,by responsibilities. ) gate" ; Most Valuable Player.

Sarah Hallman, Khiva Nelson, Kyle on her 86th birthday. She GARDEN CLUB fine setting for this closing meetings resume In September. that participation:! In sports ." he aald. "The two Dounie. Baker: and Most Improved

Emily Ison, Ann Naples, Norma was honored on this occasion OF TIlE LAKES meeting. The circle membersand would teach ,them to play the cannot .be separated. Mike Grate.

Morgan, Thelma Wallace, Peggy when 12 members of the Community The Garden Club of the Lakes their husbands were Mr. FELLOWSHIP CLUB Bayless also: presented

Gayle, JoAnn Wyman, Thelma ; Church Nightingale Cir- will meet Thursday, May 28, at and Mrs. L.L. Grant; Mr. and On June 2 at 8 p.m. the Altar awards in track to: Rob Dazey'

Booher, Fern Hanson. Kay Sullivan cle had birthday cake and ice 12:30: in the Melrose Woman's Mrs. Louis Kyle; Mr. and Mrs. Society; of St. William's -- and Max Maoneyh&m, callers;

Marie Bird, Ruby Strip cream for her on Friday after- Club. Luncheon will be served. Chas. Donahoe; Mr. and Mrs. Church has Invited members of Rodney Mconey, >ham, 880; and

ling, Doris Rice, Voncllle Ketch, noon, May 22. The installation of officers will Don Pangborn; Mr. and Mrs. the Club to attend a Receptionat VOICE Ricky Parades most points.He .

Patricia Drew Eleanor Drew, She was honored again In the be presided over by Mrs. SamG. Roy Chasteen; Mr. and Mrs. the Lion's Club building to ... enid that 'track 1. Just

Ann Sumpter, Joyce Whisenant, evening with a birthday dinner Vercoe, Distrlt IV Director. James Cook; Mrs. Phillip White, honor Rev. Edward Kirby, pas- ':: OF THE getttafc started at KHS, but
at the home of Mr. and This will be the last meeting until Mrs. Ida Gentry and Miss Lil- .. for
Irene Weir Doris
Lena Clemens, party tor of St. Williams for past ,' predicted a bright future
Bennett Vivian Crosier, Bea Mrs. J.S. Lacoste. Also attending the fall season. Reservationsfor lian Gentry, Mrs. Carolyn four years, on his being trans- Iri.t.. ., Sportsman the thlnclads la year to
Kimmons Mildred Payton, Lou- were Mr. and Mrs. A.E. the luncheon may be made Wagner, Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer, ferred to Fernandina Beach Parish '
I come.
with Mrs. Francis P. (invit- '
ise Baker, Cecil Neel Elinor Bachmann. Mrs. Ralph Barker ed), and the Roy Bridges.Egan, Mrs. Grace Hacker of the ;:' ';'g. :DY MIKE CIIITrYI r Ccach Charles Newton presented
Marguerite Quagllano, Miss Cindy Turknett was the Altar Society .
Forsythe, This Circle is actively Inter- Is chairman. letters to varsity and
Lillian Norwood, Margaret Rob- honoree at a birthday party for ested in serving their honorary PERSONALSMrs. Junior 'varsity players and

bins, and Ruth Gano. her 12th birthday, given by her NEWS NOTESBy members during the"entire year. Paul Cuenedet, formerly r' ..." ,, _l'" managers in basketball\ / With
We all worked hard and It parents at their home'on White One of the special projects is of Sand Lake, and Mrs. Ro- the following) special awards:

was a good year! Sand Lake on Saturday, May 23 Helen V. Egan the leasing for wedding and baby bert Cuendet of Vicksburg, Miss. Most Improved Straw Hepattn-:
The girls enjoyed swimming, skiIng showers, the lovely pink visited friends and relatives In HI, Sports Fans" Wa time Tuesday: he and Mr. Beasley! : staB "Mr. HuHle," Butch
ST. WILLIAM'S and a cook-out. Those at- para- the Keystone area for about a for another look at the Fishing caught 14. On Sunday, Dr. \ ;
sol. This ruffled chiffon and tulle Blen '!ale; and Most Valuable.Sandy .
Father Edward A. Kirby is tending were Laurie Martin, Lau- ANNIVERSARY!; LUNCHEONThe is week. They were able to enjoy Reports, so you and I can Tremble and son of Jacksonville AU-
parasol, decorated with pink Ornvson. who' was
being trasferred to Fernandina rie and Terry Tomllnson,Teresa Community; Church Women It several meeting-luncheons while drool over them. As I'm sitting fished with Roy( and of the
rosebuds and bows. be
Beach effective June 10. He will Farris, Pam Farris, June Red- held their final Circle Luncheon may here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cuene- here writing 'this: column, landed 4 ,before 'the !weather state All-Rejlcn' Player
leased and information be
be the Administrator of St. MI- fearn, Susan Reese, of Gaines- for the season on May 18. FollowIng obtained, by calling Chas.may Dona- det are temporarily living In my parents. James' and Cricket scared; them off. Alan guided Year, All-Area, ., Neiwlon and AU-coD-also

chael's Parish in Fernandlna.A ville, and Leslie Hogan of Orange grace offered by Dr. Albert hoe. Dallas Texas, where Mr.Cuene : and cousins Buddy and Gene Lnngford and they ference. Conch

reception in his honor will Park. Holt, "pastor emeritus," retir- det is employed. However they Merle Ellis. of Gainesville, are caught five Alan caught' five presented letters' in golf an

be held at the New Lions Club- Participating !in the Annual Po- ing President, Mrs. Roy Turk- REBECCA CIRCLE expect within the next two yearsto fishing on the Okhvwaha Riv- 'more Inter in the evening. upcrimlni' sport at KHS.

house on Wednesday evening, fahl School of Dance Arts Re- nett introduced the honored and This evening Circle held their return to their Sand Lake er. They caught their' limit of While ithe grown-iups were Girls Basketball: Coach Donna -
June 3 cital held May 23 at the Gaines- special guests. It was the 20th Newton presented letter'sto
at 8 p.m. Everyone is closing meeting at the home of home. nice redbellles and catfish' : wondering' whether the. weather
ville High School Auditoriumwere birthday of establishing the Com- her charges, anti the awardfor
welcome. Richards underwenteye
Mrs. Thomas Gregory on May 18. That sure is some good; eM- was too bad to fish Glen
Miss Cynthia Mendenhall, munity; Church Women, which surgery last week In Ala- Most Valuable Player
Retiring Chairman Mrs. K.C. lag Griffin caught! 3Vi pounder
Miss Nickell and Miss called by the late Dr. J. Varsity
LITTLE LEAGUE Nancy was chua General Hospital Mrs. Debbie Bleasdale.! '!
Sunderland, opened the meetingfor R. L. Morgan and son-in-law off the dock.
Neale Minister of Com-
Banner just keeps winning every June Redfearn. Ralph Richards daughter, Mrs. Louise Cheerleaders ware recognized
a short business session, Marshall went! to the Oklaiwa- While visiting /the Leroy'
week. They beat Kim's Shell Mrs. Fred T. Hogue Sr., of munity Church, on April 16,1950. and Ernest McLean McIntyre; of Al Segundo, Call!., for their outstanding contribution
Mrs. new ha last weekend and caught Rhoden family, I was told
12 Bedford Lake returned home With Mrs. Gertrude Christoffers is successful athletic :
to 4 on Saturday with Harry staying with her mother. Mr. :! to the
chairman, presided. It had been 99 redibelltes and catfish /that he and members of hisfamily
Sunday after three weeks vis- as chairman of a Temporary
Wagner and Mike Wingate as a Richards is doing nicely. program, and received
Board the first home reported that this circle wouldbe Griffin's Ladle (ease\: shore hive caught quite a
pitchers. Pitching for Kim's Shell It with her son-in-law and daughter Mrs. John nimble entered Ala letters
held April 26 holding special projects in Santa, Fe) reported /the follow' few bream and catfish. in the
were Bob Tekes, Arnold Reed, Mr. and Mrs. William Mil- meeting was on order to raise monies for chua General for eye surgery on Coach Bayless expressed
Randy Millican, and JohnEklund.Gus bank, in Hockvllle Centre, Long 1950 and the second on May 2, Umbrella Stands for the Sanc-the Monday. fug catches. Wednesday, 'Roy Oklawahn River recently thanks, *!(o the Booster dub
and Mitch were successful Island, N.Y. She was joined in 1950. The members attending Arrangements have been com- guided the Charles. Spokes Mrs. Shipman of Shipman'sCamp for its' valuable support) during
York these two meetings, accordingto tuary Narthex. They are happyto party and they caught 24 says' that the fish! are
winners over McKay 5 to 3. Pit- new by granddaughter, pleted for the transfer of Char- th& and to all others -
that the year
Miss Jacksonville the original roll call, were report money Baas 'the most caught rttlll bltlns around their
ching were Larry Goldthorp and Nancy Hogue, of been obtained and the stands lie King from Gainesville Vet- ever camp. who: had contributed to
Jody Smart for Gus and Mitch Mrs. Hogue and Miss Hogue honored guests at the luncheon. have been ordered. When eran's HospIaU toa nursing home I by them. Roy was fishing The following fishermen; had the athletic, in any
and Kevin Bannon and Neal Can- made a three weeks tour of Special guests were membersof received dedicatory they in Jacksonville. His wife, Nell, alone one day and caught 6 good luck: Mr. and Mrs Parte program
non for McKay. Europe. the Nightingale Circle, Chair- are a special will be staying with her sister Bass on 5 casts On one of Small, 30 ,bream and shell- '
held in
man Mrs. James Cook. Duringthe of and niece in Jacksonville.ilLROSE. those casts, he caught. 3V4 crackers: N. Rogers and Irene
the late William
memory Few
past year this circle had who pounder and, a 1V4 pounder on ,Harris 75 forea-m and shell- way.KEYSTONE
was orginal donor but
the largest percentage of attendance his untimely death the ame bait. That's' What I crackers .off the dock; BlarneyHolmes (
prevented the
J1IIllhIllllllIllllTlltllfllluhIllh1llB1lllllllluIllllll at the General Meet-
completion of his offer. call making every cast count. and Frances Wright
i ing, which met most of the yearin Mrs. Aughtry Vance, Chair- Monday( Roy( guided' Mr. 20 bass; Mr. and Mrs Joseph
the At the head fable
and Mrs. Stokes, of Jacksonville Mosley 65 bream and shell
man of Circle 2, will have an
seated and
Dr. Mrs.
Friendly place togrow Albert were Holt and the retiring e- organizational meeting on May By Joyce Rowe and caught 14 baas.! crackers anrt 19 perch; Bobby HEIGHTSDIRECTORY

28 to complete the uncompleted Quinn and Carl I/>veirn.y, 40
lected officers, with Mrs. Turk- '
for the perch and Mr And Mrs. Gus>!
plans :
summer. Held
nett presiding, and the newly Miss Carolyn TIson of Gainesville
money SO)
Musettl! perch.
elected officers, with Mrs. Bar- spent the weekend with her
COMMUNITY CHURCH For E. W. MarshOf Well that's all the fining!
ry Wyman, who presided at the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dock TI-
second half of the The Rev. William Brown of Mead- news for now ao until next
program. Lake GenevaEddie
JLJ vllle, Pa. will be guestcandidate son.Walter weak Goodbye and good luck.
Birthday Guests, who attendedthe Few celebrated his 12th HKAUTY SHOP
I ft meetings were Mrs. Bert minister on Sunday, May with a camp-out at his MORE!!
birthday William Marsh 83, of
31, and June 7. His/ present Mr. and Mrs. George Kills
{ i Christoffers, Sr; Mrs. Ida Gen- par- home. The boys enjoyed refresh- Geneva died Sunday, !
try and Miss Lillian[ ) Gentry, sonage is in the Church Christ, ments and spent the night. About Lake 'and their company caught' 150 KEYSTONEBEAUTY

I Mrs. Huntley Redfearn,Sr.; Mrs. which is the home church of 13 were present.The May 24. He was a retired elec- ghellcrackcn! out 'around tho

Albert Watson, Mrs. S.E. Ken- several former Meadvllle resi- executive board of the trician.He trees! over the weekend (Mrs. SHOP

nedy, Mrs. J. Azzie Williams, dents, now Keystoners. Melrose Junior Woman's Club is survived by his wi- Ellis' raid' they were as big a3

$ jJ jJ4w i Mrs. S.E. McKay, Mrs. Louise EASTERN met Monday night at the homeof dow Mae Thomas Marsh, oi thy' hit ever caught\ out of EDITH JOHNSON, Owner

Nelson, Mrs. E.E. Rushton and STAR the president, Mrs. Carolyn Lake Geneva. Santa Fe.Majrle Personal! and Creative Hair Stjrl.
I I Mrs. Aughtry 'Vance, The mem- The May 19 Chapter meetingwas Chlappini. Grave&Ule: services 'Were MtifhN and son Inn Every Form of Beauty:

I bers regretted that the follow- the annual event of honor- Mrs. Betty; Duncan and Mrs. held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in caught B7 redbeHI"s and catfish Culture -T ..-Sat. .-5; closed!

I ing were unable to attend: Mrs. ing the Master Masons. Following Maude Watldns attended a dinner Riverside :Memorial Park: In the Oklawaha River Monday"
I Sara McDonald, Mrs. Clarence the regular business of the Chapter I Cemetery.
I the (Continued Next Page) on 6aturda.Y'COASTAL
visiting Masons and their on
slpe and Miss Emma Kate Mansfield -
wives were invited into the Chapter NURSERY
During the year 1950-51,
the Circle grew rapidly and other room by Worthy Matron, Jo
Reed, and Worthy Patron Gilbert
Circles were established. (In following Reed. Worshipful Master-, O.C. Carnes Nursery

Issues, additional itemsof
A.P. Hallman
was escorted to
interest will be reported). the East, as representative of Thousand of plants

: ., ;:c::: I j The Executive Board of the all Masons and particulary as he Fruit Trees-Srmde Trees

i retiring officers were hostessesfor is Master of the Melrose Lodge Evergreens

the covered dish luncheon, (Keystone) F.4A.M. 89. The hon- Camellias & Azaleas
i with Mrs.Ralph Barker as Chairman -
norable Master was escorted by MOST ALL IN CANS
The new dishes were used BERMUDA HAY
Rely on Uit< for friendly help courteous n for the first time. of Marshall the Star Paddy Points Girls and other on a tour officers PLANT ANY TIME

service when we welcome you to our The tables were colorfully decorated stations where he was givena Beautiful Roses -
a Spring bouquet with
symbolic gilt to add to his NEW CROP---1970 Land.eapincIhone
family of Savings Account Depositors. the officers table centered witha golden chest. These were repre-
mound of white shaggy mums sentative of some of the 659-2165
and a few yellow day lilies, each blems of the Masonic
table held of entwinedivy Order. 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke
streamers on
Rely on our liberal interest He was then escorted to the
Available Now At Farm
and vari-shaded bronze and seat of honor in the East. The Hwy 100 at Florahome
rates to keep your money ((rote- yellow lilies nestled In the green Worthy Matron
Mrs. J. Miller[ ) Wrinkle a poem. PINE AIR FARMS INC.
inn faster.KEYSTONE. ery. was "Measure of a Man." As US'Rep. ,
the artist making all the cor- Don
STATE BANK sages for the honor guests, and main speaker Fuqua at had the been Grand the I', O. Box 608 S. E. McKAY, REALTOR
Mrs. Fred Smith fashioned the 473-411
Lodge of Florida meeting in Miami Keystone Heights, Fla.
Appraisal Service
individual mint baskets with
Fla. recently, a portion of his Phone Melrose 475-1921
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights miniature Japanese umbrella The Bc.l la Lakefront
I timely speech
was read
J"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly > I shading the place cards for both 'Worthy Matron. by the llom '''. Aer.am. Rentals

1 the honor guest and the special ASSOCIATES
The June 2
Community. Xm Chapter
1I tables. The attendance meeting :\1"fc1lJa!
j guest was i,will be when the Past Matrons IU n 473-4740
I the largest In several years, and i Patrons of the Order Col. J. ChcMlivrtoo 4T3-4 7fI.
j and envisions for the Church I. J. RoMivwo
]Eastern: Star will be honored. 475-5981-:

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v- V"- rrr yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy... In my Sports Column.
Saturday night. Buddy and

MELROSEFrom Merle Ellis of Gainesville, Hu- /

INDIAN BEACH bert Davis Chilly;of of Jacksonville Starke and joinedus Clifton MflffbdE'i1YAfl

( Preceding! Page) (I.871 .- R... Fto! ) for a fish fry and some delicious -

In Palafta sponsored by the Putnam MlehMl B. CWttyfk. : catfish stew from those
County Council PTA last &1Wln'AAAAAAAAAA&AAAAA Oklawaha catfish. .
week. Anal Sweat of Yonkers N.Y.,

Melrose Juniors and seniors eacIles has been visiting Ms sister and ,
.'reet1ngs, fellow IndIan brother-in-law Frances and I----
attend Interlachen High ,
who ---CLASSIFIED National FOR SALE Dayllllles all
School enjoyed an evening of to the beautiful shores of Dick Milliard, for a few days Sewing JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Smith Plumbingand colons ,
named varieties .
who's hybridcodlings. :
Indian Beach. Anyone never Melinda Youngblood of Talla-
dancing at the Civic Center In AD RATESMfpfsnpm Machine Co. SPORTS dfrlolds.
annual Junior lived on a lake anywhere, hassee, spent the weekend with and tetra-
Senior Palatka Prom for last the Saturday. Just doesn't know what tfiey've Jack and Lou Miller and children Charge ..1.7 Largest selections from whichto MOORE BOAT FOR Supply plo!de. Surplus ,took. Very-

The Juniors and Seniors who missed out on, do they? Let It T.C., Jeff and Joan. Me- (Covers 15 words) choose Pfaff. Necchi. Nelco, reasonable. 203 Christian St.
attend Hawthorne High enjoyed start getting hot, and what do linda attended the JuniorSenior New Home, & Universal. YOUR MONEY Sip 528

their prom Friday night In you dell Jump.In the lakel! Just" Prom at Keystone High Each word over 15-To This Ad Worth 83.00 On Any Starke Ralford Road WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn
Gainesville. let that nice cool water sur- School, with T.C. last Friday; SOc Extra Charge if not Purchase or Repairs Ph. 964.5791 Phone 964.6023 Lake &
round you, and you can feel the night. Thursday night. Jack and Crosby Crosby Lake
Graduation exercises for Haw- paid In advance 611 W. University Ave. 37.8-1353 Complete Outboard & Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Home,
leaving rapidly. I've
Luau I
heat Lou
thorne High School are slated for you helped chaperone a Contracting and Repairs
June 9 at 8 p.m. In the High come up with a great Idea, for for the Juniors and Seniors, held CLASSIFIED DISPLAY SEWING MACHINE Cleaned Stern Drive Service and Plumbing Fixtures Summer Cottage Or Year-
staying cool while working. I'll at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Repair. Complete Fiber. Round Living.
auditorium. In
School $1.50 Inch oiled and adjusted your
Per Water Heaters All Lots Ready' To Go-C1ea.r-.
have to hang me a hammockand Gene Adams. Bias
School will close for the sum- home $5.00. Vacuum; claaner Repair. Custom-
Melrose a working table under the Billy and Christine Weber were Memorials Resolution built Water PumpsACREAGE ed Graded & Leveled.
mer at Elementary on repairs also. All work guaranteed Fiberglass' Fishing
June 15. dock so I can be In the water Sunday guests of his mother and Proclamation, etc -7c word Dennis E. Cogglna. Phone non tA, Priced From 99500. Flnan.clng .-
all the time. Then I'll have to family, Margaret and James Rob- Available] Call 964-7701.
431-1428. tfchu:
DUPLICATE BRIDGE have a logn extension cord to bins, Billy will return to Nor- CARDS OF THANKSSO

Duplicate Bridge winners last get power to my typewriter. On- folk, Va., and enter the Naval words or ]leas .. .....3.00 FOR RENT: TV sets baby: SHAVINGS AND SAWDUSTFor
week were: Mrs. C.W. Beasley ly one question, what happens Hospital for some tests Mon- Each word over SO-7c beds eleo.] guitars, amplifiers, Need vacant land and small. sale Wadsworth' by the trailer load.
when I'm sitting In the water, farms. in Bradford and surrounding Call ; Lumber, Bun-
and Mrs. Val Givens, 1st place; I day.Dick refrigerators: day or week. DA. .
Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. and start typing with a metal and Betty Collier and JHMER'S. 9B4.7923. tf-Chg counties. Please con nell. Fla. 437-3173 for prices

J.P. Vose, Mrs. Paley Boyd and typing-stick on an electric typewriter children Brookie and Billy, and i SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic 'tact Ogllvie 765-4158 or Kings-' and delivery. 2tp 5-28

Mrs. Mary Cook, tied for 2nd; ??? wife, Marilyn, of Jacksonville, j Letters all sizes, colors Permanent MEN WANTED Laundry MARYCARTER Icy Lnitoa 533-2711. Frank E..
Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs. W.J. Thursday night my paretns, were Saturday guests of Robert for use on wood, glass workers. Kitchen aids laborers League Bar 3889873. 8tchg 7.2

Grolick, 3rd place; Mrs A.V. James and Cricket, enjoyed an and Jackie Lanler and sons, Bob- plastic, ] paper, metal. leather, cottage parents, watchman RENT12' wide 2 bedroom LUZIERPuts
Bannister and Mrs. C.W. Hardy, evening swim with Raymond and by and Bubba. Bill and Jerri ;ANYTHING I Bradford County cooks and clerks ground- FOR outside city
4th place. Gladys Malphurs and son Ray Coman of Jacksonville visited Telegraph.: ] tS keeper, truck driver. Five : where the love-
mond (Bugs)Jr., of Jacksonville, the Lanlers Sunday. day week, eight hour day.: limits. J. B. White 9646114. you

CUB SCOUTS and his friend, Ron Haggerty, 01Fishville Harry Maxville of Venice was FDR RENT 12 wide. 2 bed- State retirement vacations). tfchT liness is. Choose Young

Melrose Cub Scouts held their N.Y. Mrs. Sybil visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jay Max- room trailer outside! city limits.1: sick leave.If Interested! please DISHWASHER WANTED Life or Ultra Vie. Your

final meeting for the seasonFriday (Chicken-Woman) Braswell of ,Vllle over the weekend. J. B. White. 964 114. tfchg apply In person Personnel! PAINTSNEW Weekend work; good, salary. Luzier Consultant -
night Mr. and Mrs. D.E. Starke, visited us Wednesday Pete Barton and son George Manager Sunland Training -
Pace hosted the group at their night. Right now, I'll officially attended the All-Sorts Banquet IF WE DON'T HAVE IT Center O nellVlII. Fla. Apply Restaurant In person 301 South, tfchg MISS' LOUISE STERN

apologize to one of SybilCharlie's and at Bradford High School Thurs- we'll get It for you. OfflooSupplle An equal opportunity employer ITEMS 1369 S. WalnutFOR
(Chicken-Man) day night George jacket
won a
*, Furniture, Equip,, FOR SALE Mallard] Duck
ployees, Mrs. Jan Corbett, for and a letter In track. Joyce Bar-
-__ merit. Bradford tfphg: Pair. Phone
rI County 2 months
ton attended the RENT I bedroom
mistakenly calling her Jan Brown banquet part-
atrthe Telegraph. Unpainted Furniture
Rebel Bowling League FOR SALE! 3 foedooom house 964-5543. ly furnished house. 308 South

I Lake.The Holiday Inn In Gainesville, Sat- my9 acres. Low equity, easy, effl- Water St. Hchg
home on Cowpen group She Southern Marine \ Wood Graining Kit FOR RENT1 bedroom
urday night won ,
a trophy
weiner roast with all terms. Phone S64-7362 or after
nJoyed a apartment furnished.
cency FOR SALE Double
for the High Mobile!
Handicap Game.
the: trimmings. and the boys and "Congratulations to both of these Moved To Gainesville 'S p. m. 964-6497 tfchg K-80 Paint Remover Call 533-2518 after 6 p.m. home and lot in Sunrise Park
their: fathers played games. New NameGainesville 2tp 5-28
Cubmaster George Hanks Sports-minded Bartons! BIO PENS. Ball Point Re- Lot 44 on. Hilltop St. Nice
pre- Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant Marine 'fills. 102 EAST yard stove, and refrlgeratcr.
sented awards to the following Bradford County Tel BROWNLEE ji967 Volkswagen with air,
visited their daughter-in-law Access to Parades: Lake. 473-
Cubs: Robin Ashley, Wolf Badge Mrs. Dorothy Bryant, In Cedar LYNN HAMILTON MGR. rraph.' STREET good condition 1000. Tractor 4017. Keystone Heights. Itp
and Gold Arrow; Joe Hanks, Sliver Key, last Saturday. Johnson Motors Cobra. Boats work and large lawn mowing.(

I Arrow; Larry Sapp, Sliver Mr. and Mrs. V. White of Way- Marine' Supplies WATSON'SHouse Call 4681809. Hampton FOR SALE Complete Ski
Arrow; Carl Hagglund, Silver cross, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Rus- 2tp 5-28 Rig $600. Fiberjrla33 boat. 40
: Arrow Mitchell Jackson, Silver 1030 E.University; Ave.
-s ; sel Tanner of Alma, Ga., and of Vacuum. hp. Johnson, electric Gator
Arrow. Webeloes boys to receive Leon White of Macclenny, were OalnasvUle Exceptional buy In 3 bedroom FOR SALE 2 bedroom: bath. 'trailer.! Skis and accll!!9OrIes.
j Craftsmen pins were:Phillip all weekend guests of Mr. and !Many brands of new vacuums dwelling .baths close] in. kitchen dining: room. Con- Phone, Lake Butler
Courtney, Leon Duncan, Allen Mrs. George Elllw.:: $39.00 up. Used! machines from Terms 3 may be arranged. A. J. crete block house. 2 acres 4963251.Up
I Paco, Stanley Crouch, and Michael Mr. and Mrs. Maxie MaWs $10. Expert Repairs all makes. Thomas Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. fenced and cleared. Corner of

Bass.Meetings. and family of Gainesville, Mrs. SEARSHas Parts and Accessories for all tfchgVKTINARY 2 paved roads. Phone 9647361. WILL BABY SIT in my home.
will resume In September Nora MatMs of Japer, Lynn vacuums. Built In Central] vacuum 3% ml. ,sE of Starke. tf chg Saratoga Heights. Phone 964-
and Tammy Lynn Swearlngen,and Everthing cleaning; systems. 712 N.Main 7562. Itp
> Mrs. Fred INJECTABLES WANT A HOME? Best home
Swearingen Sr. of Gainesville 376-7110
Jacksonville all spent Saturdaywith Tetanus Toxold[ buy in Starke spacious 3 bed' Inter
Dock L. (Diane) Tison STARKEPhone Icr and
Fred and Vera Swearingen HOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50 Sleeping Sickness mom 1 b"nth, ]large dining exterior. First class

pah was Phi recently chapter initiated of Pi into Lambda Al- and helped celebrate her birth- o $625. Take the drudgery out Istemper Hepatitis- Lept I room. living room, kitchen, workmanship.contract' ,Reasonable.Under .
Theta and day. "A belated Happy Birth- 964-6843 if paper' work.-Bradford! Counry ?ombiotlc screened porch, sun porch and or hourly
nonor professional Lonnie Roberts, Ratford telephone -
day to Vera! ANDREWS carport. Beautiful shaded
I THE FIRST NAME IN 1 association for women In edu- 431-1123 between the
Jerry and Bootsle Lowe and corner lot. Very small\ equity
SMALL CARS I cation, at the University of Flo- :hours 7 a.m.-3 pan. weekdays.4tp .
rida. While at the University, son, Jerry Mr., spent the week- NOW IN STOCKConstruction and assume payments. Must
Mrs. Tison has maintained a end at their parents' place, La- EUNICE NURSERY Paper. All colors 1 In the rain Railroad! Salvage have good credit and steady 6-18

; DATSUNGAINESVILLE grade point average of 3.7 out mar and Gladys Malphurs. SevI I Geraniums. Begonia Blue berries bow. Bradford County Telegraph GrocerIes Fabrics, income.' See at 713 W. MadUon FOR SALE Young pretty
eral of their friends were down fruit tre grape vines tf Cloth.inaShoes., Furniture St. or call 964-6911 for information. -
I of a possible 4.0 and will graduate | white mare, also Honda. 3-90
on June 12 with a degree with their fast race boats and til' contatnei grown. 2 mi. Tools. Plenty Bargains! 7434 ftp motorcycle, good condition.!
2nd Ave. 2nd St. S. E. in elementary education, special- were skiing and flying on their ;aorth of Lawtey on Hlway 301 FOR RENT: UnfurnlsheJ houseIn J Blandlng Blvd., Jacksonville Call 964-7935. lip
Gainesville, Florida izing In early childhood educa- kite. They put on quite a show |turn at sign. Phone 7823465. country. Also furnished tfchgBARRETT STENOExper:nced in credit -
tion.FEMALE for the lake folks. tfchg apartments In Starke.-W. H. dispatch and general of- FOR RENT- Small furnished
Preacher and Marian Winters, fice work desires emploY" bedroom
Nollman. 510 N. Cherry tfchg one house. 409 South
I-------- see -w gas -- -- their daughter Ginny and friend BUYING SILVER COINS mlcct. Call 533-2492. lip Cherry. ,CaU 964-6408. Itp

were down for the weekend cleaning ] 1964 or older any condition.: FAYE'S FABRICS First! Quality ,..-
up and getting ready for Dollars]] 2.00 up\ Halves 60c. dress >drapery upholstery
.1 HELP I II vacation week after Water $48.30 Per Month
next, i Quarters 30c. Dimes 12c. Current material. Notions, chenille bedspreads Conditioning -
Well we've run out of news,
Market Price For rare tipestrles. Also] seconds BRADFORD FHA
and Pump Co. ApprovedWill
and I'm pressed for time. So
dates & oUer coins. We Buy mill ends.:! BankAmerl-
I I II until next week "May the good SEPTIC TANK
NEEDED Lord bless and keep you. Now \Sell Coin, or /trade coins. BulLngtona: card! ,and Mast r Charge. Open 130 Court Street i build on your lot or
Starve. Fit. 9647271. COMPANYOwned
Monday, 10-7: Tues. throughSat. I
here's Leeon. Phone 9645832STARITE furnish lot, 3 and 4
.. 9-7: S'inday' 16. Hwy. 301
I I II REDUCE safe and. fast !with bedroom brick home, 1
m ml. rnrth[ of WnHo. tfchg
SEWING MACHINE LEEON'S CORRNER GoBese Tablets! & ErVaji "wa- & Operated By and 2 baths for as low

ter pilla" Andrews Drugs. Large Masonry Home as $48.30 '
'per. month-
I OPERATORS I II "Our Escape" Sip 5-28 on SIt-lfl-A KingMey Lake Water Conditioners MICHAEL NEWMANS and The Government has
Swimming Pool and Pumps. I
WANTED made it
When Adam and Eve, LISTINGSOn Extra Large Lot possible for you
Sinned that first sin. Homes and Acreage. BuyersWaltJnll' Must Sell! For Health WELL DRILLING to be a home owner no
For New Garment Plant Reasons Sales and Rentals I INSTALLATIONREPAIRING
I I II They brought down a curse. Strout Realty. Reg.Broker BILL POWELL BROKER matter how low your In.
That is upon all women and men 2117 N. Temple Ave. 96I-BIB4 In
961-6810 Itepnir Department come. some the
Ph. 964-6609 Starke. Fla.HELP DRAIN CLEANOUTAND
U.S. 301SOUTH II And If it were not, ]DID YOU KNOW It's easy town 24 Hour Service PUMPING Government pays more

WALDO For God's Atonement for sin WANTED Male] or fe- a Longchamp Home? than half your monthly

; We'd all still be doomed mala desiring steady: outdoor ;Better ,built for Florida livIng TWO TRAILERS: One-2 bedroom payment for you.
I To a Hell without end! work. Preferable] under[ 40. Bill ; Your plans or ours. Your : ; Ono 3 bedroom 'with Phone 964-6647 For Complete Information

I Steady Work I Sherwood Rt. 2 Box: 72-k, 964- lot or ours. Contact Buford 'air conditioning' :, for sale or Starke, Fla.
There'd be no escape 6742. Itehg ;Mitchell, phone 964-6853. P. O. j rent. Phono 431-1039. tfchg write"BUILDER"
I APPLY I From everlasting fire. ,
Box: 238:: Starke tfchg
Where all through Eternity; EXPERIENCED RESTAURANT
The flames just burn higher. cock wanted. Good sal '
Co. I II filler
I Murano Manufacturing BrownVolkswagen PUMPS ary. Apply In person Longhorn THE!: KEY TO P.O. BOX 266

But praise God for His Son, ? NEW AND USED!=: __ -Restaurant: 301 South. tfchg: Q Gracious Living Starke, Florida

WALDO, FLORIDA I So Who that died all on men that cross. -RTS-SERYICE :FOR RENT2 bedroom mobile Town HouseAPARTMENTS I Give phone number and

Deep & !Shallow=: home. Call directions to your home.
Would not have to die lost. We'ls J 964-7438. tfcha
I. See Mr. Jack Boylesse.rwseaassstan.ssi_ Water Softeners & Filters 'f
I ..-- Jesus suffered torment, Expert Service On & STEREO For Bent
And lie took all the blame. combination: like! new. Wood -=

So that if we accept Him, New A Used 1.0). All Makes cabinet. 3 speakers, wired for Furntehed Apartment FOR SALE 1967 Rambler]
A new home above we'll claim. Sales] Service Plumbing Service I taps: recsrder.: Cost r.;!W. $1,200. I Rebel 770 4 door
Phone 9(5( .1-7061 Will! sell for $500 cash. Call M' Buford Mitchell p' sedan A.c.S. ,
AND MATERIALSAT P-B. A-T. etc. 46,000 mlles
All we need do, 1 MI. North of Tire Mill DURRANCE PUMP :Mrs. Whttak! 473-4741 It I Phone clean- 100000. Call Kenneth
Is ask Jesus in. GAINESVILLEVICTOR M44SS1 -. $M47M '
CO. Grlder
;FOR SALE 964-5827 before
MILL PRICES2x4's Then He'll]) Into
come our heart.
6:00::: P.M.
And remove all sin. .i1 swcs;:>r. evening gyvm size 7, or 964-5822 after
our INSURANCEAT 10' x 2' swimming pool etc., 6::::00 P.M. TF

< 14 ft. thru 20 ft., suitable for barn and Praise the Lord when you've done ELECTRIC TALLY- REDUCED RATES ;417 S. Cherry St. lip

stable construction. this, MASTER Add Machines, with AUTO. FIRE. BOAT FOR RENT 3 bedroom: houseon FACTORY HELP NEEDED

6c per linear foot, any length There's a prepared place above. subtraction. SPECIAL. this DOYLE E. CONKERINSURANCE AGENCY W. Andrews St. $60.00 a
Where all that
we need
I month only 6995. ideal for mcnth. Contact
Tolbert McCoy
I, Will come from His Love. home or ]light office work.- tehg tel. 9647817. Itp Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able

29 guage Galvanized Roof Metal, 32 in. wide by Read. . .Jn. 1416.:] Bradford County Telegraph! tf BAIRD FOR SALE New Moon trailer steady bodied work factory, overtime help.. No fringe experience benefits.IF .necessary'

1R and 20 ft. long 12 x 60, 3 bjdrosm.: Hi bath
$10.95 REGISTER cat ana 9ijxl8; : enclosed] porch YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY
per square : 2-total electrl slightly
used. NEW and USED 9x22; cut building: and lot. 473- ATOWEN
Experienced Cost new, $420. Save $100. 4539.
Our sale price, $320.Bradford 8.10.12' WideGalnenvllla 2tp 6-4 JOIST

Creosoted Barn Poles County Telegraph\ tf

I, 3 to 4" Tip x 12 ft. _.-- _hU 2.50 ea. Sewing Machine FOR RENTFurnished apart- Good Quality George E. LaRue Lincoln City Road Mondav through Friday,
I 7:00 A.M. To 5-Oft
Reasonably P\T
4to5"Tipx12ft. __ __ -. 3.00 ea. I Operators ment. 4 rooms and! bath utilities Priced INSURANCE AGENCY

4 to 5" Tip x 16 ft. _u_ 4.50 ea. furnished. Couple only-No Gainesville 378-2785 Auto Mr" Homeowner I
I Pets. Call 9646832. tfchg Serviced. Guaranteed and .
*. Single Needle Delivered In Slarke Area LIFE & ACCIDENT /HSIANIRMDFRRES

2x8's Pressure Treated *. Safety Stitch Ralford Four Miles Road Out NO EXTRA COST Keystone Heights US-<<"' oNE 16

US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th
Suitable for Corral & Fence Construction .*.. Double Needle MODERN MASONRY HOMELarge : Gainesville378.2785

16c per linear foot Living Room MEN WANTED Men cotta;,
Family Room parents age over 21. Startingpay -"_
$1.80 Per Hour Many !Many. Extras SERVICE Small 'appliancesat $329 month promotion op. '%lf

Only $18,150 Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. portunlttej and: rtjular la- yt S
1959 Great Lakes House Trailer and up BILL POWELL, BROKER Call St. Phone 964-5311.: Itch; creases in pay. 8 hour day. 5
Reasonably Priced M4-6464 964-6810 day week sick leave vacations

For Willing Workers FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse state retirement. If Interested.
; 3 bedroom 1 bath, central ,please) apply In person Personnel ,

CARL BEGGS heat & alr-oondlttonlng. Corner Manager, Sunland] Training Center
We deliver Free of Charge in Bradford
lot Phone 9B4-5367. tfchy ', Gainesville. Fla.
i iI Apply in person only, Gulf ServiceUSED LET
I An
County, orders of $150 or more POSTED SIGNS: Treated to equal opportunity employs
8:00: A.M. to 4:00: I'.M. FASTS withstand weather- 20c each. er 1

MUTUAL LUMBER CO. Mon. thru Fri. Top Prices for Wrecked Cars 12.25 dos Special price on larger WANTED: Used Wrlneer-WaA- 1
quantities. Bradford
I 21 I Hour Wrecker Service Telegraph.] County U ere Will pay cash or tike la

i 5 miles South of Starke on U.S. 301 Fuel Oil trait on anything. DAHMER'S!: WORK FOR YOU

Ph. Starke 961-7190 or Waldo 168-1312 Vogue !Mfg. Co. Used Can LARGE TRAILER Lots for 864-7923. U-cSf
I Rent High and dry oak
710 S. Water St. Hwy. 301 N. Waldo j hade. 1V4 miles south on 301. WILL BUY: Used Appliances. The 'Bradford
I I Starke, Fla. 468-1333 :phone 964-6609 or Furniture. TV'". Stereos, any- Telegraph
I 9640937.UoUg t g of ralu*. DABIaB'8.


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