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: June 6, 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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Zoning the board's
approval at
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UF HomecomingBehind June 15 mid-month meet-

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Group The proposal was handed the
homecoming festivities commission by County Attorney
at the University of Florida this u Theron Yawn at Its Monday

fall will be a lot of Bradford meeting.
J r.
MeetsTonight County brain work. Brought about largely by sanitation -
1 Jeff Warren, first year Un- problems posed by the
iversity of Florida law student county's; poultry Industry, the
from Starke has been appointed proposed new law is referredto
general chairman of Homecoming as the "fly" ordinance. But

-i 411 1970. it is actually broad sanitationlaw
I He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. covering all types; ) of ani-
Joseph Warren, 321 N. Myrtle mals and conditions under which
Bough draft of a proposed county
St. Jeff Is an honor graduateof t 1K commercialuse.
they are kept for
zoning ordinance In hand, the ir .
Bradford Zoning Committee will : Bradford High School. He attended .
meet tonight (Thursday, June 4) ,, UF on a football scholarship If approved by the Board on
at 8 p.m. In Tax Assessor GeneLong's J Wiik and played three years of Gator June 15, the so-called "fly or-

office to: continue work. t f ox 0 CAM Y: 10 Ilot d football. Warren was an out- dinance" will be advertised for
,.;..:::, standing guard on the first state 15 days. At the end of that timea
Just how near the project la champion BUS football team.Warren's public hearing U required.
to completion Is unclear. Then If the Board approves the
appointment coordinate
According to a clearly frustrated ; the 1970 UF homecoming proposal, final action could be

coning committee chairman rT was announced last Thurs taken and the measure would
John the become the county's second ordinance -
Torode will
group go day, May 28, by Steve Zack of
over the proposal handed them adopted under Its new
miami, newly elected presidentof
last week by County Attorney Florida Blue Key, oldest Jeff Warren"We home rule powers.
Theron A. Yawn. The draft U *" ytvY men's leadership fraternity at Regulations set forth in the proposal -
a composite of the zoning codesof want alumni to become ordinance are based on
the University.
several counties Torode more award of University act'ivities guidelines a cemmitteeof
Florida Blue Key plans annual *
and Involvement-- on: the local repoultry association:
"We'll take his rough draft Homecoming weekend cele-
problems, academic and financial. headed by Arthur GasWns.
and repeat what we've done 500 ? Y ; bration scheduled Oct.30-31 when .
Commissioners Buck
times, I think. Go back and see Dr Florida's football foe will be traditional "Most alumni have a distro- County Norman and Dave Shuford also

If we can live with It. M.Wind rival Auburn University.' ted picture: of our students. We approved the guidelines before
"There's a hell of a lot of want them to understand the ma-
Warren, who received a degree they were submitted to the at-
work to oe 'done yet, Torode In business administrationlast ture attitude that University of torney.

added. August, is completing selection Florida students have with regard Yawn told N commission Monday -
After three years of work the of his Home coming committee to social and National to read the proposal care-

of zoning committee the faces the code task ...__...Jt.5'2.IJtJ'J8Jt.fJ: iirifrrrTi. fii in t1.jriP r ; '/rni n i .P.m..''g fib ,;z,TIiT chairman to be announced Issues of the day." To do this fully to see if anyone wants changes
completing zoning this week. Watten has called for a "feed-
made. He set some regulations -
by the end of June, when the back of ideas" from Ute var-
assistance of Bill Alexander of "I expect to Introduce a vol- ious corners of the campus and arbitrarily Yawn said less
Hail because the guidelines were
the University of Florida's Urban Damage CountyLocal In effort to
utionary Innovation to homecoming community an con-
Fed- than specific In many; places."When
counclllng group ends. ," warren said. struct a solid base on a "New
eral fUnds which have financedthe Homecoming." you write an ordinance
zoning study here, and In phone company officials theorize a small around 70 mph. The wind and rain lasted about 30 One Is radical to relieve change students contemplated from- Warren was president of Phi forbiding someone to do something -

similar communities, will also twister, or something like one, blew down three telephone minutes. Tin was blown off iome chicken houses. One the strain of house decorations Delta Theta fraternity and secretary or commanding them to do

end this month, Torode said. poles on US 301 near. Buck's. Grocery last garden was completely flattened. Instead, students would concen- of student health and .something you must t be specific: ,

The draft of the proposed zonIng Thursday afternoon. Starke residents reported large hailstones, but trate on float decor moving the Insurance. He Is a second lelut- the attorney stated. Citing an

ordinance was given zoning Morgan Road residents and some areas of Starke less! wind damage than just north of Starke and on floats to their houses following ent In the U.S. Army. Instance lines require, Yawn areas said surrounding the guide
the Gator Growl parade. He Is married to the former
f late last
committee members also experienced either strong wind, hale, heavy rains, Morgan Road. Susan Plercy of Sanford. animal enclosures to be kept.
ti week by commissioner Attorney Yawn.to have Only a or a combination of the three. On Morgan Road large Main force of winds, or what some term the small "We're trying to make. some mowed.

county copy of the lengthy article was trees'" were broken off and gardens flattened by the twister, seemed to cut a northwesterly path from Homecoming improvements, but and we changes want to in "What asked area? Yawn Is that"said the he att-arbitrarily -

Chairman Zedra Hamilton; he combination of all three of nature's forces. Buck's Grocery on US 301 through the woods toward keep It as entertaining as possible DrainageMeet orney established a distanceof

Is a member of the zoning com- One resident estimated the area experienced winds the westerly end of Morgan Road. "Warren says. 200 feet
mittee and will presumable meet -
with It tomorrow night. The attorney cautioned the
Set board to look at the proposal

Torode said the zoning group Route Old Accounts carefully to be certain it agrees
can "probably accept 95 per Switching with such arbitrary dlclstons he
cent" of Yawn's draft. But he With RREngineer had to make.
said It does not Include several Bug Council Purpose of the proposed ordinance -
things which the zoning com- Board's AnswerTo Is ...to establish mini-
mitte has attempted to incor- r r mum standards of sanitation and
porate. The Bradford zoning code Increasing write-offs of utility; ; pT for the control of flies and rodents -
will go" a step further In several accounts are beginning to bug In feed lots barn, buildings -
respects than the codes of other Bus ProblemReassigning the Starke City Council; that A meeting with a Southern RaIl- and kennels In which animals -
counties. body balked before dismissing way System official, Chief En- are bred, raised, housed,
---- -- --- in old accounts Tues-
"We have to make the ordin- $717.83 gineer of Bridges Jack E. De- or maintained for commercial

ance match: the recommendationswe've of "the controversy.The day night. Valle Is scheduled late this month use.."
worked for the past three toughest bus route in the coun- board agreed at Tuesday Before any member would offer with the county commission.A It also Includes: required methods -
years," the chairman said. continue to a motion to write-off the by which dead animals may
ty" was the School Board's ans- morning's meeting to letter from DeValle asking
If zoning committee members wer In the Lawtey bus driver spot-check Mrs. Sammy Griffls, page full of accounts, the Council a meeting the last week in June be disposed of.
familiar moved, on a motion by P.T. Minimum standards) that wouldbe
appear at tonight's meeting the bus-driver, as Is the policy was read to the Commission
with the contents of Yawn's with all school bus drivers In the NoUn, to require that records of rf Monday by Clerk Inman Green. required are:
draft, Torode Indicated, work county, according to Tom Casey each account be submitted with The board asked Green to write Approved chemical controlsat
FFA Holds future write-off requests.The regular intervals of 37
could proceed quickly. But he school superintendent. the RR engineer that a meetingcan daysIn
predicted only one or two mem- Council is worried because n April through October and not
be held at his convenience.
bers would be familiar with the Casey described this partic- write-offs seem to be on less than eight days from Nov-
draft at the beginning of the Annual ular route In Lawtey as having the Increase. No totals of write According to DeValle's letterhe ember through March.Nonchemical .
meeting and that work will be BanquetAnnual to completely cross US-301 three offs for the past year were given wishes to determine the entire -
slowed because of that. times, and the Seaboard RR Tuesday night, nor did any problem and possible solutions -- methods of rodent -
Parent-Son Banquet of three times," one of the hard- councilman come up with a rea- to the drainage problemat and fly control: may be em-
Torode also pointed out that the Future Farmers of AmericaA est, or the hardest, in the son for the Increases. the Sampson Canal at SR-235 ployed with prior approval of
the county commission has not Bradford High was held Tues county." It was noted, however, that one where Sampson Lake drains under the State Board of Health and
funded the zoning committee'swork. ,day. May 26, In the school cafe- During the summer the entire $420 account written off last the highway and under South- under direction and supervisionof
He Indicated that has ham- bus route situation is to month has been paid. ern's railroad bed. the Bradford County Health

pered progress and will becomea teria.Awards were presented to: be reviewed Casey said, and Councilman Nell Tucker askedif Mrs. Lois Rennetl, right Is presented with a 1970 The canal drains three lakes, Department.All .

crucial question If the code Walter Prevatt and Ricky Tom- he will recommend changes to any of the old accounts sub- Bradford High yearbook dedicated to her. She also was Howell Crosby, and Sampson. -- land lying within 200
Is not approved by the end of llnsonStar Green Hand award balance the routes."Probabaly mitted were still receiving service given a large bouquet of roses in honor of her resigna- 1968 floodwaters backed up and feet on either side of a feed
June when Federal funds will we'll need at least lot barn, building or kennel,
Iron Res- Chairman Jimmy Mcltae water got into may houses a- ,
stop. presented by Branding one more bus In Lawtey next tion after 25 1.2 years as a BUS secretary and finance long Alligator Creek in Starke or adjacent property line If the

taurant.Mike TewSenior Dekalb A- year," he added. (Continued .on Page Four) officer.Outstanding. and on Crosby and Sampson Lake. distance U less than 200 feet,
Three mothers, Mrs. Harold shall be mowed to keep
ward presented by Dekalb Seed Continued heavy rains In the grass
b Starling, Mrs. Lonzo Starling, past two years have kept the and weeds from attaining a heIght -
Co.Proficiency Awards went to and Mrs. Frelda Griffis, and BHS Students water level high\ and left In the of six Inches.
six school children attended the of all water-
(ZtotenCEtietOPEN\ Dale Clemons, crop farming;David lakes beyond their "normal" Dally Inspection
Wainwright, forestry Robert meeting because Mr. Starling bounds. Ing systems for repairs of leak-
Rosier, Farm electrification; said, the school board "took There has been much discus
; their earlier visit llghtly."They age.Storage of feed In bins to be
slon In the county over whe-
Tom Edwards, feeder steer
Award were assured that the board had Honored At Awards DayCuthbert ther the three railroad culverts, inspected dally for repairs of
A Bradford Improvement t
taken the situation seriously,and which are at a higher level than spillage.
was presented both the ; since Tony Griffith checked,they the culvert under SIt-235,are not Removal of manure.
Bradford Senior and Junior Chapters have a written report from a Bradford High seniors and outstanding Ga. Willie Strong, Debbie Thomas, holding up the water level.Others Storage of manure In water
by Mac Baldwin presidentof qualified person that Mrs. GrI- underclassmen were recipients Gene MockNavy ROTC Scho- and Sandra Youngblood. say lowering the railroad culverts tight containers.
the Chamber of Commerce. ffls Is "a safe driver with certain of awards last Thurs- larship."I Academic, athletic and other may drain Sampson Lakein Land within 200 feet of ani-
Mike Tew and Walter Prevatt- flaws, like all of us." day and Friday at the annual Dare You" Danforth Awards honors awards went to the follow- dry times. mal enclosures must be kept

public speaking award,presentedby There have been no Incidents Awards Day In the stadium before for leadership, service and scholarship ing students: Southern Railway Track Super- free of garbage, rubbish, ete:.
Foster Shi Smith for Doyle since April 8, the delegation the entire 1,000 member student were presented to Mary Beth Mixon, social studies: visor J.L. Gelmlnl met with a conducive to breeding rode ta.
Conner Insurance Co. reported, although the children Scholarships Sue Underhill and Ronald Strong. Claudette Peterson, student librarian group of residents from the three Dally collection of dead anI-
Mike Macy and Walter Pre- riding on the bus say Mrs. for higher edu- Rebecca McMillan was recipient ; Larry McLeod science lakes on May 7. .In a letter mall.Theproposedord1na.nceem.
HOUSEAT vattfirst year agriculture student Griffls has stopped blowing the cation were presented the following of the Star Student Awardxor club; Linda fleas, science; Mike after the meeting, GeJmlnl assured -
awards, presented byBrown's horn before blind corners. seniors: the top eleventh grade stu Hanks, vocal music; Pearl Wol- the commission the SItS powers the Bradford County. ;
Refrigeration. When asked by Charles Saw- Linda Stone of Hampton, vale- dent. fred, drill team; Terri Woods, is Interested in working with Commission or its agent, the
Three Farm Bureau awards yer is any of the mothers had dictorian of the Class of 1970- Only two students to make JV cheerleader; Betty Griffis, the community on the drainage sheriff or someone appointed,
CITY HALL were presented: Mike Macy, lea- ridden the bus or followed the Lake City Junior College Vale stralgh -A'1 for the entire school yearbook; Nancy Gay, majorette; problem. lie said he was for- to Inspect the facilities In the
dership; Ewell Craft, educational bus route In their cars for a dictorian's Scholarship, $275 for year were presented large trophies Robert Rosier vocational agri- warding the results of the meeting daytime.
exhibit, and Bruce Scott, edu- week to check as the School two years; State Board of Re- They are senior Louise culture; Mike Tew, FFA, LouIse here on to his superiorsfor of dead fowl wouldbe
SUNDAY cational exhibit. Board had checked, the answer gent's Scholarship Batten and sophomore Bonnie Batten, DCT; Debbie Gray, further action.DeValle's Disposal to be done by the
The Chapter presented Honorary was no. Jo Ann Salter, salutatorian of Trlsler. art; Karen Gissy, humanities; letter to the com- exclusive required method of incinera
Chapter Farmer Plaques to the Class of 1970Southern Research Twenty-three students received David McKnIght, varsity basketball
mission Is the 90
Curtis Marlowe, Lloyd Allen,* With only seven more schooldays Bon apparently result tion. It gives growers daysto
Foundation Housing Scholarship trophies for making the ; Greg Dyal,Journalism; of GelmlnTs efforts. '
Know Your City Lloyd Macy, and Charles Sawyerfor / left, the mothers agreedto to Florida State Univer- honor roll all year. They are: nie Trisler, foreign language; Gelmini also presented several All construct an incinerator.
other animals can be either
their support during the year. the re-appraisal of routes Crowell certificate in
sity, State Board of Rengent'sScholarship SeniorsLouise Batten Linda Beverly ,
possible solutions to the 3-lake buried with af
Speaker for the event was John and driven during the summer. and a State Teach- Stone Joseph Green, Janet Sapp, Latin; Kelly Richards, certificate drainage problem to the Com- feet or of covering ofearth.
least two
c_OfJJt Allen Shadd, president of the ing Scholarship with High Hon Dorisann Spengler, Theresa Kel- in French; Dorisann Speng- mission: I 1) reinstalling a tres- .
Bradford FFA Chapter In 1960. ly, and Elaine Youngblood. ler, certificate In German;
Cancer Fund ors.Frederick tle over Sampson River, 2) Low- It would prohibit dumping of
Shadd Is a unit ranger for Gil-
GraudonState JuniorsRebecca McMillan, Linda Stone, National Honor ering existing RR culverts, dead animals in a lake or
:( Cancer Research Foundation and Roxle Rodrigue. Bob driver's education RR at the existing level, 4)Adding of business
his vocation. Shadd was a ''chairman of the 1970 band; Edwards in I/2-mlle of a place -
tat'eVa.nL. member of the 1960 state champion 'Fund drive announced yesterday Housing Dorisann Scholarship, FSU. SophomoresBonnie Trisler, ; Roxie Rodrigue, math- another pipe at the levelof public or private.
t livestock judging team and ''! that the goal of $3,435 had SpenglerState Ralph Yaggie Jimmy Andrews matics; Linda Stone, English" ; the highway culvert, 5)) Rais- Violation of the ordinance
holds a State Farmer Degree 1 been reached. This is the largest Teaching Scholarship, DAR Good Stella Costella Beverly Crowell. Donna Nelson, home economics; ing the level of the highway would be a misdemeanor with
A.r..--r..d... u. 210 FFA members and their i I amount ever raised for the Citizenship Award. Herbert Green Rebecca Jack- Elaine Wainwright, Home E. culvert by adding concrete. penalty; being a fine up to
rs..r.,...._. Henry L. FrankU -$ISOI10n0rl son, and Judy Young $500 or up to 60 days In Jail.
guests attended the banquet. (Continued .on Page Four) Scholarship to Andrew College, FreshmenMichael GUy Continued ..on Page Foul) (Continued Page Four'

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,; L, 'fO t I'! Bollinger-Douglaa Wedding Partyntertained Strickland Kingsley ReunionAt LakeThe BALDWIN'SFourth

iiii Strickland family: reunion
.... was held Sunday at the
!Mr. and Mrs. Allison A.
,,1-. ...\ Douglas of Oulfport. MiM. entertained .A home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Strickland Kingsley Lake.
: at dinner partyat
: : Among the 50 attending.
> ...' : i those from out-of-town 'WITS: '
.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chamberlain \
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 ,
d t, ;! .i : : Of Lansing Mich.;

'C Society EditorQuinnWalters .. .. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Seiple.
.\,; : ; ; Mrs. Myrtle Dandy Broward.
: ,: Strickland Mr*. Katherine
\ 1tI.a1c __ ) II' Strickland and Miss Lynda-:

Strickland of Jacksonville;
i Mrs. COnarles Barrett of Nep-
Elizabeth ThomasIs : : tune Beach: Mrs. Lester

ComplimentedAt .. .I Weekly. Jimmy Weekly of
I Ocala. ; Milton Weekly. Day-
Bridal Shower. tona Beach. ; Mr. and Mrs.
: Robert Yongue. Sarasota: Mr..

:Miss Elizabeth' Thorn. Mr .and Mrs. F. F. EWcklarvdSr. ,'
fcrlde-elect: of Jum< 28, was Sherrill-Erwin Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Strick
honored at a bridal shower land Jr. M:s. J'ht Deas and
> Engagement ToldRev. :
Thursday night of last week Mro. Martha Jo Das and Mrs.
Its .K. ti' In the Pine Lsvel' Baptist : Jr. Jimmy Threasher of Lake
and Mra.. Leo E.
A Church educational' bulljlng.:!; City and their families
SherrUl announce the engage- M. Woods
Hostesses Mrs Vernle
were ment and approaching marriage -
Thornton. Mrs Jerald Baldwin engage-
'. :. (Mrs. Fate Brown, Mrs. of their daughter. Carol marriage BHS Drill Team 1967 Pontiac Lemnns Coupe
Sue, to Elijah Bryan Erwin Louise
Wayne Sapp, Mrs. Mark
Jr., son of (Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Jr., son
f Moody Mrs. Jimmy Thorroton Enjoys Outing OIIC. 6 Cylinder, 3 Speed,
Erwin Sr. of the State Farm. Prevatt
Mrs. Jesse Ricks, Mrs Floor Shift. Bucket Seats,
The bride-elect :
Thad Smith, and Mrs. O. R. Mtat Stella! Jane CosMlo
from UnIon County High an event Solid White Red Interior $1388
entertained the Bradford High
Alvarez Jr.Gifts School In 1967 and completed the First School Drill! Team and their Radio Heater WSW Tires
were displayed on a
( nurse's training at, Lake City 8 p.m. Real Economical Car.
table decorated with 'wedding: dates recently: at the mummer Nice
bells and fern. The refreshment Junior College She Is now are home of her parents, Mr. and
employed at 'the Bradford wedding 1968 Old. Cutlass Supreme
table was covered witha the cere- (Mrs. Bill Ooskello, en Brooklyn
County Hospital.
white linen doth and: hell Lake.
an arrangement of. rases in The prospective groom wasa The young people enjoyed V-8 4 Door Hard Top, P. S.
Engagement Told shades of pink. and Shasta graduate of Bradford High : wimmlng. water riding anda A. T. Radio Heater Tinted
daisies. \School In 1967 and attended fried chicken picnic dinner.\: Glass. WSW Tires Turk with $2 080

Mr. ana Mra. Robert Guinn The hostesses presented the Lake City Junior College lathe Guest of honor at the party White Top Local One Owner
of Gainesville the honoree pro- was Miss Karen Tally\ BHS
announce "with a Corning Ware Real Good Mech. Con-
gram. H* is presently employed Clean
engagement and approachIng eet drill team Instructor.Duplicate .
aa a memento( of the oc
In Marlanna.The dition.
xn.arrta.KQ: of their daughter. anion Games were played
wedding' date has been I
Brenda Leigh to CharlesIearwood during the evening and prizes
eet for June 19 at 8 p.m. In 1967 Dodge Polara
Walters, son of !Mr. were awarded. Bridge
Trinity!, Baptist Church. Lake
and MM. s. L. Peek Jr. of
EItaJ1: Butler. The reception! will follow .- Winners Named V-R. 4 Door Sedan, Automat-

An August 22 wedding Is- Stork Shower at the Lakeside Recreation Harding Transmission Power Steer

>planned> at, 2:30: D.m. in the Center In Lake Butler. Mrs. Shetrod Hamilton and In?, Radio Heater, WSW $1375 1
of the United. For Mrs. Reddish AU friends.! and relatives\ are Baldwin Jr. were
chapel First invited. .- [Mrs. CM. A. Tires One Owner Nice Car.
Methodist Church. Gainea- At HomeMrs. t the winning couple at Duplicate ] -
Spengler J. T.
.vOle wiser a reception foltow- Mrs. T. 4 Bridge Tuesday night. 1968 Valiant

tag In the church: fellowshipfcall. John Arthur Reddishwas Brownie TroopEntertains Tieing for second (!place were
Mrs Bonnie Hardln and Mrs. 4 Door Sedan 6 Cylinder W
honored: at a stork shower ; -
The brtde-eleot Jos. graduate > Fathers Marie Dent' and Mrs. Lex
Thursday: afternoon of last J. Pat- SW Tires Clean Economical $1190 I I
t of Florida State Un4ver- Green. and Miss Mona Canova.In
week given by Misses Met.. Transportation.
alts and la currently teaching Pat Cross. Delia Haz- Brownie gout Troop 604 an "third place were Mrs.
In Lake Butler. gave a hamburger. fry Monday : Matoel Oster ad Mrs. HarryMcoty
and Debb'e Edwards
en a son. 1966 Old. Vista Cruiser
The evening for their lathers ; fourth, :Mr. and Mrs.
prospective bridegroom! The party was held at the 3. Great
it a graduate of Furman TTnlveralty. V. J. Spengler home The refreshment at the M. A. Payne home oBesser.u Mrs. Ed Walnwrlgbt. 3 Seat Station Automatic
He la completing, hla table. was covered: read.. The girls were! The club meets each Tuea-: Wagon
Masters of DlvdnKy degreeat with a yellow linen\ cloth edged assisted :by Mrs. R. S. Mul- I II Say night in the air-conltion-! Transmission Power
Southeastern Baptist Theo with lace and centered llns, leader: and Mrs. Ed< II I ed Pratt Street RecreationCenter Steering: Power Brakes.

logical Seminary in Wake with a large stork holding' a Wainwright, p"eparef,nt lea, Forest N. C. ibaby bottle holder, which was The girls : the food prompty at 7:30: p.m. Bridge WSW Tires, Enjoy
41? for the hamburger fry, made players are invited to attend.
All friends and relatlvea-sfrI presented to the! honoree: by cation in this one.
the hostesses.Games. homemade ice cream, and
the bride and. '
groom are cordially Jor-
and refreshments!' later showed 'their parents St. Mark's WomenThe 1966 Olds 442 Coupe
invited /to the 'wedding the their achievements of the : a .
and reccptixxQ. (were enjoyed during May
":"t. hours, three to five 'o'clock. ;year. Included Episcopal Women of White with Black Interior
The 50 attending
Pete I the Church. will meet Monday, Power Steering Power
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the Brownies, their fathers
Kenneth ..June 8, at 7:30: p.m. In the Brakes Automatic Trans
and famUles.Pamela:
F aye's Fabrics Parish. Terwlllegar House with as Mrs.hostess.Y ClydeB. mission Ready For The $1450
Jean Brewer Road See This one Before

-"DRAPERY Has Birthday Party you buy.

Pamela Jean Brewer celebrated : REAI) CASH!! 1968 Chevrolet Impala Coupe

her first .birthday recently -
< White with Black
at a lawn party given > a Interior,
!by her mother, Mrs Sharen : Come See Us Radio H-.ler' WSW Tires

FA a Brewer, at their home north \ "-8 Engine One Owner $1820

of The Lawtey.lawn was decorated .-:" We make loan for Clean and Read .

.with' colorful balloons and any worthwhile purpose 1965 Chevrolet
/ Impala Coupe
.streamers. The ,ibfrlhday. cake l.cr
'lor FASHION In.'''' M.ikinejrNOFS /
was 'Iced in white and decorated : Light Blue with Matching
$25 to $600DO
with multicolor roses.
!. Interior Power
The Time to Save on that Enjoying the panty 'with
Pam were 35 guests.. (17 children : YOU HAVE Power Brakes Radio, Heater,
Vacation Wardrobe ). We Sold This Car New (It *1290
Assisting: : In serving were many paymentsto is a One Owner) Very Sharp-

Miss Barbara Craiwford, Mrs. : make And Very Much Road Worth -
SEW & SAVESPECIALS Loyd Bryan Sr., Miss Cathy : .
-Too bills to
I Vies- I| many
Green and Miss Gerry : 1

.."WICK "..YD,. VALUE ling Games with prizes were payToo taxej 1966 Dodge Polara
Polywtar Double Knit Cr p rd $4.98 +K
W- VALUE, I IPotr 'ut YI\. (!played, and the children were 4 Door White with Blue Interior -
=r Dotted Swt.C-'t$I.7., t+ given balloons and party fav- coming due Power Steering Power
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CMk V It It 1*
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CP I ;; end Mr.Waycross with and her Mrs., Ga.mother.Dewey spent Mrs.the Warrenof week-J.S. FOURTH

. eaj $ 1tnow Sapp Billy, and and family.Tonda Lynn Covington -

of Gainesville are spendingtwo
weeks with their grand-
parents. Dr. and Mrs. A.Y. Cov- ANNIVERSARY
YN/2 Donald Thornton of the Mrs. Bessie Etheridge of Local admittances to Bradford Ington.
Pensacola Naval Air Station was Chlefland Is visiting her bro- County Hospital this week Include
discharged June 1 alter four years ther-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Mattye C. Sargent, Harold Mr. and Mrs. Mike Shiversof
service. He and Mrs. Thorntonand Mrs. J.G. Jackson this week. Oxford, Mrs. Florence Kumm- Tulsa, Okla. were last Tues
daughter have moved to ber, Mrs. Helen V. Egan, Mrs. day visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Herlong Alice Metz and Michael Grace. Leo Champion.Mrs. .
have had as visitors Mrs. Addle Keystone Heights; Mrs. AltteGriffls
Mrs.Jewell Noegel and grand- Wheeler of Orlando from Thurs- RaIford; Linda Walden Jimmy Newman and sons aTxd+ .w SALE
daughter, Alescla Odom spent day to Sunday and F.V. Herlongand Waldo; Mrs. Nancy Lee Akridge of Pompano Beach were visit- 0 :
last week In Vero Beach as Mr. and Mrs. Mark Her- Hampton; Mrs. Gertrude E. ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B.J. long of Jacksonville on Sunday. Hall, Waldo; Mrs. Dorothy Eng- Roy Clemons, from Saturday to AIRY-White cotton lace Is ;
Stephenson leke and Herman Stansell, Mel-
Wednesday.Mrs. little
Mrs. Shellle Gerle has returned rose; Keith M, Carter Mrs. fashioned blouson dress into that a makes the
from six weeks visit with her Carol Nugent Mrs.Irene Brooks, Mae Jones and grandchildren most of femininity. We Thank You-
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Nollman son-in-law and daughter Mr. Mrs. Lovesta Macy Mrs. RuthE. Mike and Anita Jones,
were in Jacksonville Saturdayto and Mrs. Brad Locke in Tampa. Noegel Noah Jackson, Mrs. of Jacksonville were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Hoppe and
Monday on business and also Margaret Hinson and James A. visitors of Mrs. W.E. Middle- Mrs. H. Mason Smith of Tampa .{
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns Lewis, Starke. ton. were weekend guests of Mrs. All Ftr Four
H. Dawkins. returned last Thursday from four O.L Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Kin- aawGreif
weeks stay at their summer homein College students returning Rev. and Mrs. W.A. Hogan caid.
Dr. and Mrs. William Stale Glenville N.C. home this week include: Marilyn returned last Thursday after attendedher
of Riviera Beach are spending Bollinger from Samford University several weeks In Pensacola Mrs. H.MRlcharde Andrea Buck's Years ,
several days with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones vis- ; Jayne Hardy l Ginger where they were visiting their granddaughter In Palatka Tuesday
F.H. Kramer. ited their son-in-law and daughter Baldwin Jane Crosby and Mel- son W.A. Hogan Jr., who has piano afternoon.recital r
Mr. and Mrs. Charles God- ody Cuttino from Tilt College; been seriously 111.
Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta frey in Alken S.C. from Sundayto Evelyn Sinclair from Mercer Mrs. Billy Dealing and sons
Ga. and Mrs. Lillian PhIl- Tuesday.Mrs. University; Wayne Blankenshlp Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Lawson of Jacksonville were Monday visitors \ ,
lips of Lake City were visiting and Steve Denmark from the Uni- were In Odenton Md. last week of Mr.and Mrs.L.D.Green. t L.
F. J. Shaw returned
their sister, Mrs. Bertha Pearceon versity of Georgia; Joyce Den- visiting their son-in-law and iiC1ft
Sunday. Thursday after three weeks vis- mark from LaGrange College, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Mrs. William H. Green of Arlington -
it with Mr. and Mrs. Lamar
Ga. Harding Jr. and family. Va. Is visiting Mr. and ,
Shaw in Miami. Mrs. Lex Green for several days. MAC BALDWIN DEALERHERE'S
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Mills and ,r
& 1 family of Ocala were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Eollne Smith were vis-
Levon Andrews. iting Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe
and family In Sanford over the
Rev. D.T. Farabee and E.G. weekend.Mr. .
Patz accompanied 11 membersof
pJ the MYF on a tubing partyon and Mrs. Gerald Gay and
the Ichtucknee River Satur- sons of Miami spent the week-
Tr end with his parents Mr. and
day.Mr. Mrs. G.A. Gay. .. .
and Mrs. James Barron .
spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Vergie Flynn was visitIng $159
Mrs. J.C. Gilbert In Orlando. her sister Mrs.Bessie FaxonIn
Gainesville over the week-
Mrs. George Anderson was vis- end.
tfS iting Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Epperson -
in St. Petersburg last Tues- Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Graham and .
day to Thursday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Williams
and family of Largo visited Rain- FOR YOU.
and Mrs. Jimmy Wigginsand bow Springs on Saturday.
son of Jacksonville were
weekend visitors of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Beasley of Haines
Orle Wiggins. City was a Tuesday visitor of
Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs.J.W.
Forty-five members of the Klncaid.

,. young people's department of
: Pine Level Baptist Church en- Mrs. W.H. Graham will leave
Joyed a hamburger fry last Fri- Friday for three weeks visit
day night In the educational build- with her daughter Mrs. J.M.
ing. Games were conducted by Spengler and son at Gales Ferry -
Miss Gail Reddish a missionaryfrom Conn. while Mr. SpenglerIs
Peru. overseas.

Nate Dyal and his mother,Mrs. PRICE

Etta Dyal, and Mrs. A.L. Goodge You Deserve The Best .
spent last week In the Smoky;
Mountains and also visited Mr. CAP and GOWN
and Mrs. Carlton Davis in Perry, REDUCTION.

Miss Martha Bellinger received -
a degree as medical
kcreate technologist at William Carey
College Hattiesburg, Miss at V
commencement exercises Satur- 4' Llrini Color
ajff* day, May 23. Miss Bollinger HI!.VCR, AND
interestStart will be employed at the Mobile Proof(.01.R.li D TON..,..
Infirmary this summer. riAMtS e

Rev. DeWitt Farabee and Mrs. PHONE 964-7271

a savings account here and use the United Titus Olson Methodist are Church attending annual the THR BRAT COMI8 FROM I Nova Sedan

conference in Lakeland from tULLINGTON STUl!
interest to create interest in yourself. Monday to Friday.

Mrs. Martha Moore is m That's right: We're offering ing room. And now cut in price on
into the Johns house, corner savings of $159 now on our all models. It's the right car. At
Of of South Cherry and South not-too-small car Nova. Small the right time. For the right price.
The House Savings streets this week. Mrs. Moore enough to deliver the kind of Come on in. We're waiting to give
has sold her home on KIngsley FATHEFSDAY economy you're looking for. Big you $159 in savings. .
Lake to Mr. and Mrs. Lamar enough to give you a little breath-
Shaw of Miami who will move
In next week.

Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr. and Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Ward and son, -,
OF George and Darby Peek of Lake BigV8and
City were In Macon, Ga. Satur- ANSWR
day and Sunday attend the grad-
uation of Miss Jane Ward from
Wesleyan College. dual exhaust at no

Co). and Mrs. T.T. Long and
Hr_Mats ON Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long of
Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs. extra cost.
Managing T.T. Long Jr. In Jackson, Miss.
for from Friday to Tuesday.Lt. .

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Cancer 69 Pole Tax Beware Of Encyclopedia Salesmen

(Continued from Page One, ) cancer(Continue fund from In Bradford Page One Count) Paid In March Offering 'Free' Sets, Conner Warns

In other action at Monday's More thart>2.000 of the tots: Phone Co. Have you received a visit froma by purchasing\ an annual supple-
meeting, the Commission: was raised In the business district By door-to-door salesman offer- ment for ten years. "The end
-Approved about 300 applications with Lillian Stump as Ing "free encyclopedia sets?" result Is that the consumer pays
for agriculture assessments Chairman. Other volunteer The city's 19C9 pole tax bill Commissioner of Agriculture for the entire ?"'
submitted by Tax Asses* workers Included Frances Jenkins ef $906 was paid by Florida) Doyle Conner has issued a warning -

.or Gene Long and turned down who raised more than $300In State Teleplw. : Co. In: the latter to Floridians to be on their' The popular sale pitch used
one application, also a recommendation her division; Kathy Struth, part cf March the City guard against door-to-door encyclopedia salesman Is
of Long. The 36-acre,, Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Mrs. Clerk's ottle hud the Telegraph salesman as well as 'telephone that by be Js conduting an "adver-
parcel on the east side of Hampton Ervln Andrews Mrs. George this week. solicitors, who make such offersto tising campaign" or a"research
Lake between US-301 and the Pierce Mrs. Leila Mundy Mrs. in twv piwvjrfUs. reports the the public. for the encyclopediafirm.
lake owned by William T. $auni/;' M.W. aressler Mrs. J.W. Ritch city clerk's elites elated: the Conner said the catch In the survey". "Model families" are selected -
dens does not qualify for agr! Mrs. DeWitt Farrabee Mrs. T. "something for nothing" offeris
bill had mot !been pal. City to whom the "free" sets
cultural land. Long said. J. Alderman Hampton; Mrs. T. that the customer must a-
Clap J Clerk Merrill; Edwandu! said of encyclopedias are offered.
was that the acreage Is W. Dickinson, Theressa; and gree to keep. the set uptodateeeaeS
land. Long said It actually f Is'> \\1 '( Richard Jockel schools. Tuesday the: bill was paid at -:-' ..aa-as--:-..
primarily broom sage with a the time but: that he was not r ,

few trees. ,\" ri aware of It.
-Granted an automatic pay In-t Consumers Get The bill is for the two I I

crease to $93 per week,/ to' __ ,.. months of 1969, November! PONDJROSA-i .
Billy Padgett; Inspection station Good Value for end December, that the city

employee county over who a year.has been wlttt.the': -i \ ''....... Money, Luce Says owe.&U1 the o1 1,209 phone utility company poles for at MOBILE ii ESALE I II II

-Received notice that a $6,840 -"; American industry, on the $4.50 per year' $906 represents, ,

Federal Housing Administrationgrant : \ r whole, has done a good job of two months use.! I P "
for a comprehensive area-" 1 1.i i.,.. 1 "'"'.; .'<_ giving consumers value for Th phone company la at

wide water and sewerage plan, their money, the publisher of presoiU bluing city residents I 12 WIDE 2 BR GLASS SLIDING DR. ,
has been approved.) The county
Time told the spring market- *even cents per month to FOR LESS THAN $60.0O PER MONTH
entered Into an agreement with
Blaze HomeFood ing conference of the National .make up ''the charge! the city ,
David B. Smith Engineers Inc., Destroys la I HWY. 100 WEST PHONE 328-1437
retailing! to It.
Association of Manufacturers.
Gainesville last year to draw ,
A June 10 meeting Is set for PALATKA. FLA.
up the plans. The county will and clothes for the Ollie Willi
be under no obligation until con*, Road last Friday morning, are gath on J family, burned out of their home on Forsyth Henry Luce III warned the the city::! anil: phone:, companyto ----- --------- -a)
struction actually begins, It was Volunteer Fire Department. Friday by the women of the Bradford County nation's manufacturers, how- negotiate the pole tax pass-

pointed out.Approved. ,,' ': Firemen answered a call from a ever, to listen carefully to the ed last November after: the
a call for bids on arrived the home was a total loss. The jhbor about 5:30 a.m. Friday, but when they voice of the consumer in its increasing phone company was granted
fire Insurance under speclfi a- with the house ablaze all over. They got o Tilly awoke, according to Chief Harry Green, crescendo. "In the an approximate: 30 per cent -' .

tlon written by George Roberts' Chief Green theorized the fire started f put. an saved electrical very few short.possessions. market economy," he said, "it increaae In rates by 'the Florida ,
of Wall Insurance Agency. Roberts Public Utilities: Commis
said the county's present is the job of industry to know sion. The city ,opposed that

fire Insurance expires July,15., water. what the consumer wants and high an Increase.
,The Board will open bids fora Zoning ANTS poyr.mixture.Intojlhe! nextopening. to serve that demand." After the rate hike: the city ADHERE OR ANY
new policy at Its July 6 meet- in Even if you yt have ants Then soak the area Imposed the pole tax. The TO CARS STEEL
your pantry, u have with water to wash the insect- Mr. Luce said that he phone ,
Ing.Approved them elsewhere cannot locmpany came back in & TRUCKS SURFACECONVENIENT
Viudlng icide down to the bottom
a plat for Indian your hiding
:'' captors. agree with "professionalconsumerists" April with the surcharge! of
Beach Unit #'3 near Santa Fe place of the queen ant.
who claim thatU. 7e per month /to cover the
Lake and on SRS-21A south of (Continued: from Page One) Often theseornamentals is are on On plants apply a spray mix-
two months of 1969 and ECONOMICAL
guar S. products have a general says
Keystone Heights. Chairman Ze- "slave"honey ture of 2 tablespoonful of 50
Once the is insects that to be It will charge 2bc par month
dra Hamilton said the subdivi- proposal approve d are ng per cent wettable chlordane tendency shoddy. "Thereare
by the zoning committee hearIngs dew for their .beginning :in January 1971 to
sion has met all sanitary requirements captor powder in one gallon of water. he said, "a few offendersto
in each zoning district wll I Ants harbor egg scale Caution: Do not apply this be sure: those who exploitor cover the $4.50 per pole for BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPH
v, be held before the county com- insects mealybugs, tefiles.I poison to foliage or fruit that abuse in special market which It: will be billed for
mission approves the work ala aphids and l leafhoppe their will be eaten. situations." 1970. .
county ordinance. nest during the win to be
Awards Commission Chairman Hamilton sure of a spring and miner /:: -- -
supply of sweet excreta,
suggested that procedure I
(Continued from Page One) Monday. Commissioner Dave I Ants also Invade law\ Be-

Crisco award; Rode Rodrlgue"i',"' Shuford said a lot of work or I side their painful sting ntsI
FHA: Jimmy Andrews academic the project has been done by Bill I make unsightly hills that\,tter
Alexander of the UF and thai t up an otherwise perfect' wn.I .
athlete; Christy Padgett, business For outdoor control, .
Alexander should be present when I es
. Carol
training Darley,
Brogdon Extension entomo Terwillegar Motors
girl's PE; Jimmy Outlaw, bra's public hearings are held. st
suggests chlordane In water
PE football Torode has worked on the zoning e
; Ralph Morgan, varsity
sprays. For attacking an ant
committee since its Inception ,
; Dale Johns, golf; Malach!
try two tablespoons of 50
Henry JV football; Jerome Wil- three years ago. lie became 1
chairman of the last cent chlordane per gallon
group year.
liams, varsity baseball; Malachl
Henry JV basketball, I,arty. "I wouldn't tackle it again 11
Green track; Larry Green;cross the county never gets zoning,"

country; Mark Graudons, 'all-, Torode stated.Clients .
round athlete; David KIrland, Interact -
r.'J Here I\\
Rhymer Howell, student ctftun-( '" T \

baseball cil; Mark; Ronald Graudons Strong,, citizen-varsity Get $45,710

ship; Jimmy Crosby, leadership;
Janell) Goodman, school spirit; In April Aid

Michael Cissy, reading, and
Linda Tyson, senior Sterling Silver Bradford County' reported r

Homemaking Award. 1,234 persons receiving 45. .
Twenty-four students\ were 710 In public assistance during
honored for perfect attendance April.
during the 1969-70 school term. Figures neighboring a "
One student, Teresa Kelley who foe I
counties! were: Clay, 1,242
transferred to BHS for her sen-
persona received $35,710; Un-
ior year, halt perfect attendancefor
ion, 472 persons: received $18.-
the past six years.
389; and Baker, 507 persons
Receiving perfect attendance
certificates and medals were: received 15853.
SeniorsDaisy Coleman,Teresa The average payment per MAIN COURSE
Kelley, Sylvia Smith Ronald person was: aged $4894;
Strong, and Doug Johns. ibllnd, $59.73; totally: d abled' ,

JuniorsDonald Champion, Robert $58.12; dependent children
Chesser, Edward Knight; 2262. w.
Robert MuHins.and Shirley John

son.Sophomores- Jimmy Andrews,' ADDING MACHINES: Manual -
Larry Batten Bernard Brown,
electric. For sale
or or ,
Ruthell Smith, Timmy Tom tin*' WHITE DAISIES For a look
rent. Add,
subtract credit
ba4ance as fresh and young as spring
son, Judy Young, and Velma
-Bradford County Tele-
Wade. itself pick a yellow double
If) graph. woven cotton blooming with -
white daisies. By California k
Designer Georgette Trilere
for Trimar, the dress has
W & D TRACTOR SALES high-fitted waist with deep is the most
pleats that fall in soft panels. '
popu new economy car of the 70s. -

Why?\t its low, hold-the-line price -

Box 75 LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alachua 462-2628 Old Bills. peopl nd it the ideal pick-me-up for

OLIVER TRACTORS tired facets, so relax and enjoy the -
Continued i : \ from Page One) most
afi In America.SPEIALTIES.
10 DIFFERENT SIZES tizing bargain -
stated they "have all been cut er
p "
council approved Ford Galaxie 500. Lowest
WITH !MOWER ATTACHMENTS motion to require that recordsbe .. priced :

From 7 to 14 Horse Power with Gear or submitted with write-offs.No- ,
Hydro': Drive. Hn's motion to approve the write full size V-8 hardtop
off was okayed,necessary for auditing -
Implements, Sidewinder Mowers, Holland In other action, the Council: r

Transplanters", Cole Planters, -Accepted a certificate of ap- With Ford'ssuspension
lusive Twin-I-Beam front
John Blue, Ezee Flow and Others. preciation from the Bradford
County Library Fund Committee.The x-O-Matic rear suspension Our big, quiet Galaxie 500 is a bargain !

Combine and Hay Equipment city donated $2,500 toward our plc s are No. 1 sellers. at the regular price. But now we've
purchase of the $8,000 Parks
property for a future library got a specially equipped version loaded with

TRACTOR REP.tIRgon AU MAKFS& MODELS buidllng. The certificate was presented extras-at extra savings. Comes with a
Calvin C. Williams and Raymond Dval by Mrs. Lee Saunders,
chairman of the library build special V-8, all-vinyl trim and morel

ing fund committee, and Dr.Flo- .-

rence Jennings, cochairman.Was .
told by Chairman Jimmy
Serb im; Florida
w ui, h McRae that a report by Fiscal
MIp ,1 ,1; Since ISKiO Agent Harvey Herman is In the
mails and should reach the city; -o

&Ilorkla greeting oervice, Sfne by Wednesday or Thursday. It .
will Include
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n,.' I", -Received a new power, but did plant not approve engine., Delicious Deals on Low Fries TabRemember

Mrs. Carolyn Cordially a $2,000 bill from Architect Dor
Eaves Morgan:: for preliminary plant AUsed CarsTh : anything you see on our
Welcomes for the proposed city hall build-- showroom menu comes with big sav
RepresentativePh. Ing. Council members said the ings. Pick out any car you want, and
981-5812 /': '' You and Your architect has not submitted all ( /'re cream puffs!) we'll give you a deal that will more than

122 N. Hay St. < < Family to Your the plans required In the agree- satisfy you. See us soonl!
ment with the council. We offer the best
Starke r New Home deals a here on our used cars. And we stand behindour
; -Was told by a Department of
used cars just like\ stand behind c2G
Transportation traffic study engineer \e our new cars-for keepsi!

The State of Florida that a requested accident .
.. report on the Intersection of US-
It Is Our Desire to Make f* You Feel Welcome anaTo 301 (Temple Ave.) and SR-16
should wait until SR-16 constru-
Aquaint You With Your City.If ction Is completed.

-Turned over to the Utilities

you are new in the'area a phone Committee four bids on a small TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYour
tractor-mower. Bids exceededthe

cell will bring you a,,prompt visit $750 budgeted by several
| hundred dollars.
from sour local hOlt! iLI Please she -Discussed but took no action
> | on asking bids on a new chas- \
her a call! !)fie has maps and many sis for the 1967 Chevrolet gar- Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford

bage truck. The present one has
free and wonderful gifts for you used an excessive amount of \ And Union Counties I

from;local fiu si nesses. oil ever since the city has ownedit

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GARDEN BLOWS -LEADSavannah '-rv- ..NN.--...........N...................,
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City Clerk'mproving t.Open House The open house is i being>

City Team Win : Ii Set Sunday :: icemen the Jimmy''anowaa 9

Team Wins In Men's Softball ,! Fast .: At City HaH who should be, aware; residents: g

Cunningham. Gulf had little "He's doing! finer He couldn't dition of the
difficulty with Wlna Dixie be Improving faster. ." Mrs. An open house la set Residents can oftbecon-I
for a new'
Local Softball :Monday June 1, downing the Merrill Edwards Wednesday : Sunday June 7. from 2-6 hall and
tourStarke's city;
for residents
Tourney p.m.
groceryteam 15-3 In five of her husband who Is recovering present city; hall are displayed at the cityclerk's ; :
from S
lgS. surgery underwent last facilities. offlce.:
Jail 1
Thompson's: UooIif r The winners recorded' 2 Thursday In the University of Hand adjacent
Sporting den made a atrowr effort to Starke team. had\ only 82 hits ;
01 Savannah. Georgia 4for runs in the! first/ 6 In the second Florida Medical Center.
from 'behind In she 8e'V'o and 43 run, and 27 of these
mrly. Fountain Martneb&) inning 'but Savannah put hits and 22 run were scored 1 in the third and 6 In Mr. Edwards said she Is hope
cable the fin team to repeat .but the fire In time.! tn their! opening game. the fifth while collecting. 14 ful her husband can be dischargedby Earn Extra MoneyAs
the I
champions: of the annual The four oajikffalr. !.base nibs.
tournament, a Clearwater took third place
A AgentThIs
by the middle of
St. twice In next week.
rice sewed
Invitational: SoftbaD Thursday. Winn Dixie (
began on honor* wlrth! a 3-2 record the Edwards veteran
Tournament. 28 and ended! Sunday. Lounm (team gained second and fourth' and once t Starke city; for
May Crystal I clerk underwent opportunity part-lime or
R hey did It !by coming out In the third go'.ling. nine hit. 8-1/2] hours of Is a great
h field of 12 third
May SI, 4. bv downtmr Perry 9-0. last bondable
who Is
surgery Thursday.The
full-lime earnings for a person
tot the loses bra.cket-.nd. teams an provided' the fanson The tram from Ferry finished Edward Abridge and James !
(weeping a double! header hand. with some very fine! tn fourth position followed Williams for Cunningham: and. latest US-301 Hi-Way Association and has good transportation. If you'd like to be
from starke' Garden Reata defensive pays. In' fact the defense by Ormond Beach Optical, Steve Thomas for Wlnn Dixie brochures recommendthat your own boss call collect:
Graht.The t oiitshined the offensein Tttusvflle. St. Auguottne' San- had perfect nights at 'the plate tourists "stay on US-301
Garden on Saturday the tournament. ford. Pa.1 Jtka. Lake City iwith threedor three perform .-. 1 .I. -. South Callahan, Fla. Starke, 378-1419 EXT. 19
Wffht sent Savannah to the This Is not to Bay that there CalttwvUI Moose and Gainesville ances. Fla." for a leisurely-economi
fcscrs bracket. with, a 4-1 Tic wasn't quite a lot of hits and Southern Air.! Siarke Utilities %won Its John Rule Jr.. husband of cal scenic route to Walt Disney OR CALL
lory. Thompson's warmed,uf run scored In the event. The Blree&i surprise of the tourney third con cuUv9 game wheal the former Loralne Davis, World, the result of the efforts DEWITT PADGETT 964-5034
for the finals by trouncingClearWater 12 teams had a combined total wa. the failure of highly 'they knocksd oil the league's daughter! of Mr. ani' Mrs. Oscar of the Chamber and the Garden GAINESVILLE SUN
23-0 In the semiflnabat of 277 runs and 512 bae ,touted Southern Air to make third! place team Plaza Lodge, Dav-'s, Stark, has comple-: Restaurant.
1:30.: ,pjn.: Sunday hit. Last year's tourney produced a atronar showing. Southern 0-6. Monday, June 1. del training fund: la a patrol-
afternoon. < 288 runs and 500 !base A'r,, hiM IInfoR ted high in the The City:. team collected 15 man' in the. Kansas' State
Savannah 'scored two runs base hits In 'whipping.! Plaza. Troopsrs.:
hits The weather had a big IIItenlfinlrlt of several tournaments -
in the ,bottom of the seventh The winners had trailed 6-4 The: Rules' address Is No. 15
effect and! scoring
on batting this year and had been ?
inning handing the Garden It'. Oust 'were'' played\ on wet' grounds. power. when they came up with four'
loss of the tournament an< The big difference. com- Individual performance trophies runs to take the lead. CC Drive
setting up a final game. tn to tournaments awarded. the Lamar Sanford'' Glen Moore,
pared past \ were to
the championship: game HhdcJ I ,) .'' and Kenny CWtty 'were two- Carefree Service with
was In the number of home following' : Most Home runs- For MembersSet Years and Years of
Savannah taut 6-4 'winners.
the Our- run hit. Only seven were. hi Bob Stevens Palatka. 2: for-three to pace the
,. .,,, on' of 'the park this year, arecord Moat RBI's (die) Wayne Mto- David La.slber\Vas! two-for-
low that wag' recorded Lend and Marcus( Rhoden three for the losers. June 4 the Oldest Name in Quality .
NEWS ABOUT T primarily due to an' almost Onr wee present strong wind. (tie) Woody Strickland and The annual membership driveof ,
Enro: ute to the Championship : Tommy. Clark. Garden, 13; 10-2; Plaza Lodge 8-4; Starkc the Starke-Bradford County;
Savannah whipped Titusvine Beat Vfittfnr Average -Tommnf Utilities 5-6; Winn Dixie 5-7j; Chamber of Commerce was 1
SERVICE MENU.S. J9-B. squeak&l by Clearwater Clark.:! Garden. ..650..FfWAL Profs 4-8; Madison St.3-9;Law- kicked off at 8:30 a.m. Thurs-
5-4. were then Bent to STANDINGS tey 2-10. day with a breakfast meetingat
r the losers bracket by> Garden's OAvanmah! : 5-1: Garden 4-2; the Garden Restaurant.prize Carrier 1
4-1 'win The 1970 Starkfe Inv., Clarwater 3-2: Perry 3-2; Or- REBELS I 11! I will be awarded to the member
Air Force Technical Ser- Champions then met Clear- IJ'WI'fttt' Beach 3-2: St. Augustine PROFS 2 securing the largest number of
geant Charles E. Teston,brother water again and their bate ex- 2-2: Tlfrwrtlle 2-2: San- memberships.The I
of Earl Teston, Lawtey, has arrived ploded for 28 hits and a 23-0 fm' 1.2: Southern Air 0-2; The Rebels stayed one gameIn breakfast took the placeof \
for duly; at Hamilton AFB, wallop before downing Garden poIM1cA. 0-2'Gainesville Moose front of the league's second [ the regular first Thursday I
Calif. twice. AtLa** City 0-2. place team by adding their tenth luncheon meeting of the boardof CHOOSE FROM ALL MODELS AND SIZES IN
Teston, communications victory of the first half with an [ governors.
Sergeant a One interesting note about
technician is assignedto Savannahonly one of their 11-2 win over the Profs Tues- Chamber manager John Myers STOCK AND READY TO BE INSTALLED :
a unit of the Aerospace Res- players was under< the age of SCHEDULE: THUR., JUNE 4- day, June 2. :told the board at Its meeting
cue and Recovery Service which 7:30 p.m. Madison St. vs Cun- last month that the Chamber will
performs combat and mercy aid I ningham Gulf; 9 p.m. Wino DIx- The Rebels had their problems I continue Its efforts to have U.S. .- ', .
rescue and evacuation. He pre- In finishing second to Sav ie vs Starke Utilities. MONDAY, getting base hits but were :J01 four-laned between Callahan ____h ____ __ _
viously served at Udorn Royal ann h, Garden compiled: a 4-1' JUNE 87:30: p.m. Profs vs aided by four bases on balls and Starke. The State Department :
Thai AFB, Thailand. record recording a 22-7 win Lawtey; 9 p.m."'Rebels vs Plaza and Prof miscues. The Rebels I of Transportation wrote the :
He Is a 1953 graduate of Brad- over Palatka. 6-3 over Perry. Lodge. TUESDAY JUNE 9- 7:30: had only seven base hits but made 4:Chamber: recently that the traffic 5,000BTU-- $ 99.95 :1 :
ford County High School. HI* 5-0 over Sanford and. the 4-1 p.m. Rebels vs Starke Utilities: the most of them. j: count on this stretch of highway ..
wife Beverly is the daughte: 'win over Savannah. The $I'- 9 p.m. Madison Sf, vs Wino does not warrant four-lanlng
of Eleanor Phulps, 2030 Eye St., den's hits amt runs production Dixie. Gene Melvin, the league's leadIng at present, but DOT will continue :
Sacramento, Calif. was very much below LEAGUE STANDING THROUGH hitter with a .676 batting to consider the project each 7,000 BTU-$162.95 I :
par as In six games the I GAMES OF TUESDAY, JUNE 2. average had another perfect night year at budget preparation time.
]Rebels >. Cunningham, Gulf: at the plate going three-for-
co 71tanharai -- three, while Jim Veasey two- Word from the DOT was that
was the stretch of road to which 9,000 BTU-$208.95
for-three. Curtis Marlowe had
the Chamber refers has a traf-
two of the Prof's four hits.
f:Ic count of 2,900 vehicles per
GIVE DAD A NEW IMAGE cJ ay. For consideration for paving 12,500 BTU-$252.95 ,
LAWTEY a road must have a traffic .i
FOR FATHER'S.DAY! GIVE HIM MADISON ST. 3 c ount of 5,000 cars per day
the DOT said.Chamber 1
Lawtey won It's second game
MANHATTAN "CUSTOM LIMITED"!) of the season Tuesday June 2, officials contend that
Madison the traffic count Is low now be-
walloping St. Bapt.16-3.
''z SHIRTS WITH THAT HANDSOME c ause motorists are avoiding 301
The Church team was short the because It is not four-laned and, ,
CUSTOM-MADE LOOK! services of several of their 11 nstead, choose to go through 19,000 BTU only2799
-r players due to guard camp and J acksonvllle via a four-laned
played the game with only nine dghway.
players.. Lawtey, enroute to the Myers reported he Is in the .
win, had 15 base hits; the losers process:. of preparing a newItarkeBradford
had !10. S: County; bro-
'''/'ff.. c hure that will promote utiliation -
4: ;F. '1!' Larrv Tanner was four-for-
2:: as a major
four and Robert Scott three-for- cute' to Walt Disney World near t
four to pace Lawtey. Jimmy Orlando.FLORIDA.
Crosby was three-tor-three for .

I the losers. The win by Lawtey
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Board! Delays Action Southern ni>ronr.f fdes4-7; Win

Back To Top Of Bantam League SPECIAL
O' Ott Application
Southern Discount and enough to 'win most' games,
BPOE: both ...portl1'51\i re allowing .only four hits.. ThamI I
cords and each having defeated aswalked nine batters but I
y In his opinion however Yawn the other one time, met managed to pitch his team :
said, "It Is Impossible for a
I (Monday, June 1, and lockedup out of several jams by strut-: :
r t layman to determine from the In a pitchers .battle. ing out 15 .,batters. Anniversary
survey attached to the application -
41C Just what lands the Ott Corporation Only five 'base bits were recorded Marcy Sullivan had the :
proposes to fill. The in the game involving only hit for the losers. James
application and exhibit attached to .itwo teams that have really Hammond, Jackson' Prevail! ,
It should be sufficiently clear /been cracking the ,ball. Don- Dannie Thomas, and Dana
and complete that members of die Thomas) although exper- Padgett had the ,winners four
C the Board and the public can :fencing control difficulty:: : most Wts. TRACTOR SALE
envision the location of the proposed of the fame, allowed only one Women's SoCfball Action
bulkhead line and see how Resumed: Friday June 5.
Its establishment would affect hit.Tommy Schedule lor Friday night.'
Wise hurled for the
the area. ." losers and June 5-7:30: p.m. Koch's vs
pitched well
When the matter came up for Colonial 9:00: p.m. Hurst Shell
discussion at Monday's meeting, -
va Norman's :Farm.
of the HF trust-
upon request
Yawn told the board that he
had returned the material to ees.A.
bill the House
new passed by
Ownbey with the suggestion that
and Senate at the current ses-
he have his attorney( draw up
sion and expected become law,
the to have bulkhead
duels in the Bantam
with or without the Governor'ssignature
lines set, and them accord -
to be the
League seem thing
in the next few days,
to regulations of the Internal -
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-- V 1 A will make the term "bulkhead lately. 1 /1
Improvement line" obsolete after August The Tuesday, June 2, game
II. L.
Owenby, of Keystone Heights of
ees.County After that date the legal term between Coke and Police was
Ott Corporation, developers of Seminole Ridge subdI- ; Commissioner Zedra will be "boundary line," signifying no exception as Eddie Nails of
vision, points to stake Hamilton said that since the DF Police and Terry Fox of Coke 1 '
survey marking: what he claims ( the line established between -
will have the final say on establishing -
la bulkhead line the property of the locked up In a duel In which
.on Santa Fe Lake. a line, Ott Corporation ; upland
u. owner and the new act, will each pitcher gave up only four
should submit Its application
An application by[Oti Corporation contain a biological or hydro- first to Tallahassee, then come be established by elevations, using pitcher hits and won two or runs lostthe and neither 0
of Keystone Heights, to the graphic survey which might be to the Bradford Commission to as a base the water level game
Bradford County; Commission for required by the State Board of establish the line If the DP board when lake bottoms were acquiredby ended Police in a scored 2-2 deadlock.once In the first
the establishment of a bulkhead Conservation before final approval approves. "No use In us setting the state in 1850. on a double by Dale Haas. Coke
It Is not likely that the DF
line on Santa Fe lake was tabled of a bulkhead line. bulkhead lines If It can be scored twice in the second, taking -
Monday by the board on advice The application, which had been changed by the HF," he said. board would approve the estab- advantage of two walks on
of County; Attorney T.A. submitted to the attorney priorto The Ott Corporation was de- lishment of a "bulkhead line"at error and base running.
Yawn who said the application Monday's meeting, contained veloping its property; on the east this time, since the term Is Police tied It In the fifth following ,
did not meet all requirementsof a survey of a proposedline shore of Lake Santa Fe by dredg- being abandoned under the new a hit batsman, a walk /
Florida statutes.In which Ott is asKing the boardto ing canals out from the lake and law, and new criteria is being and another double by Haas.Coke
a lengthy four-page opin- establish as the "bulkhead filling In swampy areas betweenthe established for setting the loaded the bases In the bottomof 4'
ion, dated May 21, Yawn said line" and .an ecological surveyby upland and the shore line. "boundary line" on lakefront the sixth Inning but Nails pitched
that the Ott application did not Dr. James B. Lackey. Work was stopped in March 1969 properly.; out of the Jam.

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Randy Mutton, and Jimmy
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..;* That Money Buy. caution In the burning of trash, t Tax to be added Price applies to June Deliveries and Firm
rI 'or starting fires for other pur- orders in June.
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During the week ending Mon- I
day there were two woods fires : Manfacturer's Current List Price
Al 1d11II with 13 acres burned. Since
.. I'I January 1 there have been 58 : Delivered Starke, Freight Included
# fires with 421 acres burned, as
'v compared with 63 fires and 357 : 4785.00
acres burned during the same
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L Rainfall averaged 1.36 Inches I
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: or Get! ur.Ul their ccmm'silona *. 12 Volt Starting System
I are received from the Secre- Rear Fenders
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The five namlrd, as recommended I *. Headlights and Flashing Rear Light
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I n FNM Financing 60-Apartment! Welfare Totals County totaling.: 817$36.482 persona;' In received Baker!

g&k $16.214. and to: Union County
By Etna Blanc-hard d R $45,533 Here 479 persona) received $18,848.
On 'W. Brownlee Street
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During May Statewide oU age .casdat-
METHODIST MEN Mrs Ernest Wells gave a ounce went to 64.968 person
ELECT NEW OFFICERS family dinner In honor of her Ground was .broken last W. D. Corawell :RegOonal?: 1.242 persona In Bradford and totaled $3.188.848 In May.
The!' Methodic: : Men's Ptellow daughter Mrs. Joe Dorko. in week for the construction: of a 'Vice President of FNMA Count! received. total of aid to the blind 'went to 2.531
hip; of Grace UnUedMethodist! celebration of her birthday apartment complex at aid 'that the Commonwealth $45,533 in public assistance persons and totaled> $151 357
Church held A fish; fry ndthe anniversary on Sunday. Those Corporation, of Tallahassee.! payment In May from the aid to the permantnetly-- and
annual election of officers. enfoylnath1.s occasion, be- Brownlee and Thomas Streets Division: of Faml'y Servicesof totally disabled' went to 22.728
at their monthly meeting on aides the honoree were Mr. In Starke (Highway: 16, East). .Joe A. Burnett, Jr., senior the Florida Department of persons' and :totalled $1.331,528and
May. 25. The following were and Mrs. Arthur Green Donna (With. .permanent financing for doe president, 'was! responsible Health, and Rehabilitative'::: Serbvices. aid to familieswith'- dependent
elected ito hold office until Art and Tracy and Mr. for obtaining tho FNMA children went<< to 220.
June 1971: Hubert. Priest, president land Mrs. Kenneth Terrell and the $673,700 prcjsct providedby < :financing. The Division provided financial 491 persons' and totalled' 4.
; Richard: E. Starting, Kenny of Gainesville., / the Federal National\ Mortgage assistance, and servicesto 1 697.330.
vice president: O. J. Boyett, Mrs Don Henley and son of Association. Sometimes called by Its' nick 310.718 aged, blind, disabled:
.secretary; John Dempsey.treasurer Bronaufrh. Mo. are visiting name. "Fannie Mae," FNMA person and to dependent chile la addition to welfare
; Dutch Harley, Mrs William Reddish. ,She la Situated on a 4.5 acre site, la ithe 'world's largest residential r 9r dren across the state in: :May. checks, many' recipients also
chairman Spiritual: : Leadership also viItnaher!, daughter. the two-story walkup project lender Until September ;.: """ r +.q"" "- Welfare checks totaled $9.- benefit front med'cal servicespurchased
; Hermie Kelly, chairman: Mrs Bobby Mclellan, in Ala- will consist! of 24 two-toed- 1868 It was' an agency of the 669.061 with the state paying for them by the

Special Events. chua: General Hospital.Mr. $2.192.039 and the remaining Division. Hospitalization and.
Past was presented : of Townhouse! Enterprises mans
presidents Albert Lonechamp
and Mrs. Reddish:! An- room apartments In: six Federal' Government. It Is still $7.477.021 paid by Federal prescribed medicine .service
by Dutch Harley, who chal-- drews of Starke was ivis'tingMrs. detached 'budUi-nfirs. 5 ec'aIfeatW'8 federally eponsontd. but completely tractor to break "o"nd for new apartment complexon matching funds. cro to recipients of old age assistance
lenged the men to. a life of Reddish on Sunday. Include ranges. refrigerators privately owned. E. Brownlee Pt. At right is Puford Mitchell, Townhouse !- aid to the bttnd. aid

Christianwitnessing.The new, officers: will be ID. Visiting Mr. an Mrs. V. H. president. From left are Jerry Wilson project Average payment per person to families 'with dependent

tailed at the mornlr? wor- Heiken during the MekWere/ and Venetian Now, free of Federal /budgetary assistant and Herb Sands architect. was: aged $49.08 blind children, and aid to the permanently
June Mr. and Mrs. Nick Colo of blinds. All utilities are Included restrictions: FNMA operates $59.80, totally disabled $58.59. and totally disabled.
ship service on Sunday.
21. Sandlepo. Calif and Mrs Bill In the rental: fees. A washeterla at Ho coat to the taxpayer tton'a central mortgage bank liquidity! and stability! to the and dependent children< $22.66.In Nursing home care Is purchased
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Alt of Fort Wayne, Ind. Mrs. and 73 p.a.rk1r1a8pa. 'and, pays: regular o Income FNMA performs the public FHA 'and VA mortgage man' Clay County 1.278 persona for the aged blind
Grace United Methodist is Louie spendnathLs Malea!, : of) Jacksonville week with! "nrlll n_ Via ava11av1e _fnl-n tennniv.. taxes. Tn tt, role as the' g....._ purpose Iurrctlon 01 providing tat. ucrowejiARMY. __ .. .aid. reeedved,' Welfareid In-
Sunday School 9:45: ajn., War-
'ithem. These are their three
ship cervices 11 a.m. and 8 dauvhters.
p.m.. B1Y1F 7 p.m.
First Baptist Sunday Mrs. Ruby Green and Mrs.
School 9:45: a.m., Worship services Dora Bird of IMaxvllle were iJ SUMMER
11 a.m. and 8 p.m., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. 1' + aEAG
Training( Union 7 p.m. Midweek Green ttortpT th. wek.Mr. I
services Wednesday 8 end Mrs. Marshall! IVat- .4 :: F
chett of Hampton: were visiting -
of God Sunday Mrs. Ed Durban on sun-
School 10 am., Worship services DISCOUNT Sf01.13LOWR .
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. day.Mr.. and Mrs. David Johns Sar re/ BITTER
I YPE Wednesday 7:30.: of Atlanta !were visiting Mr. uAuTYa
Highland Baptist: Sunday and Mrs. O. J. Anders on I FOR I CAMPING I
School 9:45: a.m., Worship ser Monday. They were enronte. CAGLQ !r.. f4rsac ttod
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., to points 'of interest! In South }
Prayer Meeting Wednesday: Florida. NAVY
7:30: p.m. followed by choir: Mr. and Mrs. George R. DISCOUNT .0.5 EAOLI ARMY-NAVY I Wl OIVB YOU
We are pleased ,to note that the week with Mr. and Mrs. llXCVT HIGH PtKISI I YOUR MONIYIV
Paul Jenkins >la recuperating H. E. Priest and Lama Mr.
at home after several days and Mrs. Joe Allinder of Gainewvllle -
treatment tnr Bradford County visited the Priests on QU ANTITRIGHT' >
Hospital.:, Sunday af'erroon and they G.E. 20" 3 SPEED I +eSE+pEI! '
Mrs. Eugene Starling would< all toured St. Augustine and 6 FT PLASTIC SO QT. ICE CHEST
like the prayers of her friends enjoyed dinner together. FANS
for her! brother, John Wolfe, AIR _; SPKIAIS)
in Dayton Ohio who is critically 1 S
THREE AGENTS ATTEND Molded with extra thick
111 In a Jispltal there. TORCH CLUB CONVENTIONThree *. '* MATTRESS II' walls ft divider 1 for two
Correction: it was Mr. and t'
of the Gainesville mr'v compartment
agents F
Mrs. Freeman Starling' (not Inflatable with 'MEN'SBASKETBALL MEN'SFAMOUS "-
District attended the re
Norman) that. had the fish 4 built in pillow
cent Torch Club Conventionof f
dinner for members' of her 6. < large 27" X 72' Lid designed s
family Liberty Life Insurance Co. ( > For room or] I size -i
to be used as |
at Hollywood Beach. The window I Asst'd. .> ':.i": 4/7;
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard three-Virgil Slrmons. Lavern M. ,.U* S element I jj colors 81 1 Q0C* serving tray 'r.. SNEAKERS MAKER > />
spent the weekend with Miss | designs ,
earned the right to ,attend the I Yr. over the' iJ L DRESS
Enza Blanchard.Mr. Model W22 YOU SAVE ile
7 YOU SAVE' 31t<< HI ft LOW TOPS
convention through their counter replacement 9
Sturdy duck
and Mrs. Floyd Futch sales. The Torch Club Is apearly uppers PANTS
pent T st weekend with Mr. [ even- daringvih'ch / t 1 Rugged
'and Mrs. W. B. Sm t1and leaers 'of the company inset [ 1 M 1 rubber soles PERMANINT
to! hear outstanding' lecturers 24* PRESS
Mrs Beula Revel In Fal-Uka." 1 Cushioned
and company officials. u t innersole t
tw, IK Black t 1 Nat Ily. sold 7.95V i
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MEN'S & LADIES' SUNGLASSES 6'1' 1 tailored slight
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GAINESVILLEBusiness niL master charge in finest fabrics I irregs.J I
t 1 Solids,
' Wide selection of popular styles'
I and checks

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Glass Company"Glass ; "W*R Strong Dlastic _
Pine. Selection *f Vied Can seat
Takes Oa Cailllae Trade For Every Purpose" l -1 i'T\' MEN'S CUSHION CREW
Juice in -..
ZOOI N.W. 13th Pb. 37S-3M1 Store Pronto' -Mirrors
Tub Enclosures-Shower* secondsE'u T -F SWING SEAT
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA Furniture Tops Glass Replaced .1 to Cv) +,lv SOCKS
keep clean YOU SAVE I7C
I Heavy gauge pan '\ ..
"White' bowl I w handle r : f6 rope w ith heavy duty t' ,t,, White' with, striped,
z'::. metal rings a t rst top and lots of :

Folding legs
4 wheel drive and ear 1228 So. Main Gainesville Chrome seat Plastic / / err Stretch cushion: sole Comfort 3/100 I I

Sale Part JlenlceCJeu ) 372191: 1102 plated grid / 1 39< Sues,

Used ToyotM ., KT-.'>., 10-13
1700 N. Main S78-12M J


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Mercury 9 CUP ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS 1 shoulders. Full cut: white only
<. Co.Rearing Sizes, Small, Medium. ';' and Large.

2M1 N. Mala GalMS9Ule TechRatted [It' Modern DeSIgn'! New In-Colors YOU I SAVE I 100 I yearguarantee / s// 1 YOU
2 to 9 cup capacity SAVE 32o <
force it ,. Complete. with, cord 3100S I

orMtrcary Repair Accessories Smite) LADIES' GIRLS' 44t

-O>n< Custom Fitted Hearing Aids ACETATE DRESSES
Mark! DTI-EiffKh Pert *

Cleanest Used C.*s valuable 106 E. University Aft. Qalncu- -. JUMPERS PERMANENT .. BOYS' SHORTY

Beauty Academy vale 378-0095 TEFLON LAP TRAYS lF PRESS PAJAMAS

MEN'S WEAR FRY PANS \. Bonded with 100" Tremendous 4 > t

POWELL'S acetate tricot selection of fine r: ,7J q
Beauty Academy STAG 'N DRAG -r. e fc rk: cream Beautiful colors ice- fabrics in popular ffi 100" Cotton
Non-stick, styling and < Fully cut in cool
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Learn a Profession In Your Griffin Suits quick even Front pleat colors assorted prints
Spare Time. Pull or Part Time Arrow Shirts Flonkelm She heat scoop neckline Assorted prints x Easy care
210 N.W. 10th 378-2768 Formal Rentals YOU SAVE 43< YOU SAVE 265 and colors \ o o Sires to 16
Ladies Sportswear \ \" Sizes 8 to 16 d ies7 to 14 ?

ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC 2 STORES.-d GAINESVILLE-13 W. UNIVERSITY MALL Folding brass o *legs r with] L JuJK''/I I .-7.".. ;;.'*,;; .... -;..; \ (.: V'-?' >s VVb a YOU bit SAVE

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Repairing Of Gainesville- RewindingNew Inc.! \ SUNBEAM ELECTRIC CLOCKS / 4.. '

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Mil N. W. llth Ph. STt-MlS BALDWIN I 10 3' Accurate, dependable
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Farm and Industrial ftlANOS- ORGANS ; \3 Full factory luar- .1 1 1 LADIES'
Equipment CHOICI 0 INI ARTIITI1b4aAliMUSLCCR' 8 soccer Model BOO I *
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Santa Fe Tractor,
FORD O'vllle Shopping Ctr. J72-3M* CIGARETTES a
Farm Trietora Implement Tb/rvft-'tort/ooi 6.75 OZ. v White Beaded vamp
csnj WJUTPUENT: ALL 5SC' Full tricol 'lining,,

4488 N. W. 6th J7S-2348 "SS& .x.-JrV S.zu41o.
Lora Dlilaiee Moving a
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Cratlrg Shlppla fr. .. 6.25 OZ. VALUE
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I slve Jobs, Coach; Hurse' says. services of letterman back

Year Round School Still Possible HereSCHOOL played strep Dean throat the Johns entire and was Tim sidelined Murphey at with Jimmy the Greg Smith Alvarez, Pete, Bernard Vaughn Brown, and,

game quar- Malachl Henry due to injuries.
BOARD to a year-round term. week summer program, the For part-time Instructors, adult The present stove top I Is cav- terback, his first Ull game there.
Whether Bradford County, has Thirty days Instead of 20 this dates would be Sept. 8 for the basic-education, Beulah Lennon, ing in, Casey said, and federal Hurse was generallypleasedwithMurphey's
four or six weeks summer session summer would mean more classes beginning of school and June Elizabeth Walker, and Gladys T. funds would only be available SCHOOL BOARD performance at the EZERASE TYPEWRITER
depends on the state appropriating In each school, 40 16, 1971 for the last day. This Wasdln. Linda Blackburn and toward this !new type; equipment; Bids for the old Hampton sch- new position. Marty Meng drew PAPER Mimeo Paper, Bond!
more teachers
bill still In the legis- 10 more aides, a more- would provide for a one-week Tom Allen turned in resignations. not for replacement of a conventional ool, due to be accepted Tuesday, praise for his work at wide Paper, Notebook Fillers. -
lature, Supt, Tom Casey told the comprehensive bus schedule,and vacation between summer cour- For the kitchen at Star ke Elementary stove. A unit like the were delayed because the deeds receiver. Bradford County Telegraph.
'School Board Tuesday. more academic courses for the ses and the beginning of preplanning School, Mr. Casey asked recommended one had Just been had not been recorded, and there The varsity was also without
Bradford will be the only County summer program. sessions for the teach- the board to approve purchaseof was a difficulty In getting the
to start the experimental extended End of the year testing ers. The calendar adopted has a two-compartment steam Installed In Liberty County, he legal description to advertise
school-year this summer derermlne which summer cour-may 180 days for students, 200 for cooker and 40-gallon kettle, and said, and is designed for fast- for bids. These are also now to
If the program Is funded,he said. ser a child should take Casey teacher work days, and 18 hol- one convection oven, at a total cooking, and:! labor-saving. Bids be opened at the June 23 meet- ANNIVERSARY
Clay and Dade counties, only said, but recommended that parents idays. cost of 5500. With 75 per cent will be opened at a special meet Ing.
others earmarked to try the plan, consult teachers about the Personnel appointments by federal funds, this cost to the ting Tuesday. June 23, at 73i APPLIANCE
are still in planning stages, and child's abilities too. the board Tuesday included county would be about $1,300. P.m.
won't be able to start this sum- Calender for the 1970-71 sch- Penny G. Johnstone, Linda D. SPECIALS!
mer. ool year, with August 31 the first Taugau Susan Carol:: White, to Seniors Go 12-7 Over New
A 30-day summer session day of school and June 9, Anderson Elementary school; Varsitythe
would mean 210 student atten- 1971 as the last, was adopted by Mary Louise Dasburg, vo-tech; -
dance days and would amount the board. In Sandra Meredith Markham, Law- Bradford High's graduating half.
the event of a six- tey Elementary; Paula Barrett, seniors came from behind with Dennis Hail I scored later In McCutchen, real improvement at
Janis Holloway, middle school; two minutes to go for a 12-7 the third Period for the Sen- offensive guard; Charles Wright,
New Disposal System Deborah Stafford, Southslde El- gridiron victory over the 197071 iors to make it 76. Mark Mil- offensive and defensive end play;
ementary. varsity football team. ner scored the winning TD for Farelon McClellon,defensive end
I Bradford High School Fred "For some uncanny reason the seniors. and offensive center; Kelly For-
SanitarianA Gary Browning and Pamela Tur- we've never beaten the seniors. "We're still pleased with our syth, flip flop back; Randy Gas-
Impresses ney. For county music, William The Jinx still held," says Head spring, expecially l with the young- Idns, end, and Wallace Lee, improvement I
Burton Chapman; and Jacqueline Coach David Hurse. er players," Hurse says. at defensive safety.
Cline from BUS to Middle Sc- Kelly Forsyth caught an eight- Named for their performancesin Veteran Dale Johns turned In
A .most favorable report on what the county Is now spend- hool. yard pass from quarterback Tim the annual l spring game are i good performance at the rov- / .
the Clayton County,Alabamagarbage ing on garbage disposal. Tra For a year's leave of absence, Murphey to give the varsity a freshmen and sophomores Bob- jig linebacker spot, a new position -
I disposal system was Mondaj wick said he would have that VickJ( Powell, Terry Ivey, Anthony 7-0 lead in the third period. by Dyal, guard!; Gray Flynn, de- for him this spring. Danny
given the County Commission b> done by June 15. Griffith Theresa West The game, played under rainy fensive safety and wide-out;Vernon Jackson, Lyn Register and Gene
Sanitarian Jack Trawick who has conditions, was knotted 0-0 at Barber, linebacker; David Harris all turned in good defen-
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toured the facility

"To me it's good, and every OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
one of tho people there were impressed -
," Trawick said. He was SUNDAY 1 to 6 P.M.
given a one-day bus tour of

other Alabama far persons away County as from, along Nebraska nine with statesas and 16 1 e SAVE SAVE! CHECK THESE VALUES!

Connecticut.The .
I '
Clayton County, Alabama
system, which Trawick has been
investigating for the Bradford : ,
board, uses large garbage con-
tainers placed along public roods
at convenient locations. Garbageis
brought to the containers by Anr
residents. It is picked up auto-
matically and hauled to a sani- v v
tary fill by a county packer
truck, which also pressurizesthe
waste. -. : .;

Clayton County has 24,000pop
ulation and contalnes 340 square
miles. In comparison, Bradfordhas
miles.13,000 people and 276 square STRETCH or NYLON STRETCH

) Clayton uses four men tooperate
, the system. Trash Is pickedup SIZED
three times per week. Two SHELLS &
routes are worked three times
each week in a six-day work
week.homes.The system serves 4,500 PANTYHOSE I

One man operates the packer u
truck, on a D7 bulldozer at the JAMAICAS
land Oil, one operates a pickup
truck to clean up over-filled
containers, and one man is a 1 SPRAY-STEAM-DRY IRON $

foreman who lives near the land 3-in-l} quality Proctor-Silex iron . . . S994

fill.The Alabama county has one T values to 177 GE PORTABLE
large town and three small ones. 88 IXER. S994
The town of Clayton picks up I 3-speed, lightweight, pop-out ejector. . .
Its own garbage and hauls It $2.99
to the same county land fill, PRESTO PRESSURE!\ COOKER
Trawick said. -
I 4 qt. capacity, cooks a whole meal., .. . .
Each container.holds four cubic our reg. to $1.29
yards of waste and containers SHELLS & TANK TOPS CAN OPENER & SHARPENER
are placed not more than three Sleeveless with back Stretch $S994
nylon zipper.
miles apart. Clayton County ob- Fine seamless mess with Dazey makes this great 2-in-l} appliance. . .
tained permission from the State nude heel. Choose stretch "' for comfort and flattering fit. Solids and
of Alabama to place the containers stripes. S-M-L. FACES WEST LIGHTED MAKE-UP MIRROR
along state roads. A pick- styles or sized S-A-T. aLwars .s994r
up Trawick observed took 1-1/2 1St QUALITY JAMAICAS Regular mirror flips over to magnified one .
Beige, taupe or spice.
minutes. 100% double knit 2-way stretch nylon.
The Clayton system is financed 4.T CARPS f' -
55 per cent with Federal funds Pull-on style with stitched front crease. -
and county pays the remaining rj;;; Terrific value. 816. -
45 per cent. No state matching ,-"" .
funds are available In Alabama, r __ >, <"..
Trawick said \ WARING lllli Iii I,

Budget for the first year In 7-SPEED II'' .'
Clayton County was $90,000. The I" ',t
D7 bulldozer cost $47,000, and LONG PANTY FAMOUS BRAND-SOLD ,: BLENDER
the packer truck $30,000. JUNIORS PETITES LEG ( F
Bradford already has a D7 NATIONALLY FOR $] Cti'
bulldozer and could get a packer :) GIRDLEreg. PROCTOR
cheaper than $30,000, Tra SLACKS .

wick said. DRESSESvalues SILEX
The sanitarian promised to $244 4-SLICE TOASTER
have the Bradford commission 53.99
a complete run down on the $35O i 24
cost of operating such a sys- $699 Sensational! Lycra-Spandex value I $1397HHandles '18.85 $1394
tem here at themid-monthmeet- J.... made with front and side / value
ing June 15. control panels concealed c Pebble Tarp permanent press
Many persons in Bradford garters and tricot crotch. fabric. Smart fast back styl any blending Toasts 1 to 4 slicesat
County now must haul garbage values to $10.99 S-M-L-XL. as ing. A quality pant at fabulous 5-cup. Waring. a time. Proctor.
many miles to a dump. Several price. 2836.
unsightly volunteer dumps which Swingy new Summer dresses at LADIES PANTIES BOYS FAST BACKS
almost no clean up care have an end-of-season price! Latest ay
also sprung up. styles in most wanted fabrics Nylon satin tricot $ Rag. 3.99 perma press $332. y
t and colors. Great buys! reg. S9C & 69C. ,. 2/$1 plaids, fl-18 rag or slim' .... JTHONG
The sanitarian has told the r d 4.r r
county; commission the time Is
coming when the state will require I LT'S.i". .?
really sanitary land fills, GIRLS TOPS (I :
rather than Just dumping places.A c :
system such as the one Brad- = '*>* :
ford County operates now won't .- SHORTS & SETS
be allowed in the future, Tra __
wick said. ,
He sees the Clayton systemas 1 2J3 Pack-nitfor/ shrinkage
a method to eliminate in- /MANY or control. Choice of DOMINION FRY PAN CLAIROL "20"
descrlmlnate dumping of trash STYLES SLIDE briefs. T-shirts or

The Alabama county was"clean $1.99 y S-XL.broadcloth shorts. '17.95 $ 88
told the reg. ea. value iA our reg. $1687
and green Trawick DRESS SHOESour LADIES SANDALSour $250 821.88
In paraphrasinga
board Monday
Entire stock 3-6X 3 for
brochure from Clayton County. h Teflon 11" automatic
Trawick said he saw only and 7-14 all perma- reg. 6997.99 reg. to $3.99 electric with high- Instant hairset in 5
one old stove "way back In the nent press Summer SHIRTS 3$2FLORAL dome cover. Control minutes with 20 pre-
woods" on his day-long tour. playwear Many styles Crinkle patents strap Genuine leather T- included. heated curlers.
Clayton County now Is In _the solids stripes & buckle styles and $488 cushioned insoles $ 2 88
process of paving all the container I and patterns plain pumps. Big val- White black, tan or BOYS 3/$175
sites, Trawick reported.The ue! 510. brown. 5-10. BRIEFS
county; must have a: lot of
money, he said, because most
of the roads were paved. tt ,
I/ N a
The Federal government is using l
Clayton County to make a QH + r'
study of solid waste. Once a MI WW 4.Y/

week boy scouts go through,piece
by piece, a load of garbage I a
dumped on a canvas to deter- rt
mine its content. i

Most of the containers Into

fairly which the clean trash Trawick is placed said stay he % OFF ONLUGGAGE FOAM PILLOWS DUNDEE TOWELS SHEETS SWIVEL VAC 9-CUP PERC

was told, since residents usual- Springmaids "Moon Flower" ser
15 1
ly transport trash In their cars reg. reg. $1.0022X44 ies, permanent press, no-iron our rog 88 our rag.
and place the garbage in containers 2 3 77. sheets. S1S7 33.88 528 12.88 $1094Keeps
to keep the cars clean. $1.99 ea. for, BATH 13.49 72X104 or twin fit. ., .

Commissioner Ralph Bryan Justin time for vacations.Choiceof 64.49.72x104 or lulll't. ._ .$$311 Powerful, easy to han perfectly brewed
asked If Trawick has done research separate pieces sets and Or $1.57 each. Big. plump 20X dIes. Comes with 3 coffee hot for ser-
I Hand Towel..57 Washcloh..27
on what such a system even footlockers. Save 15%. 26" washable pillow 2.49 a pair Pillow Cases. . .1'1p'. attachments. ing after it's ready.
would cost here compared to

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Install' qT

W. C. Wilson/

As Stark PresidentThe Lions Onto (held

ita annual installation of officers WAY SAVINGS
and dinner meeting
Thursday. May 25. at 7:30
p.m. in the Lions Den on

Water St.President. Marc Jackson

opened the meettay !with
Pledge of Allegiance to the
Flag, and Lion Chaplain Mer-
ritt Ehr offered prayer.
A brief business meeting:
was held after" delfc'.oua!
roost;: beef dinner served by
Mrs.: Jijiardta Mack. FOOp STO
were' honored
The Lions their PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 10
With the presence of Quantity Right ReiarvcdWINN
ladies on this occasion, ..and DIKII" "DIU. INC COPTHIOHt' l 1970
were also privileged .ito, have
Deputy District Gov. Lee Hol- y SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNEDHAMS
Iow y. of the Palalka L10nS< a.,, + 99Pa'lJ8sia
speaker. Zone
guest -
Club a.s
Chairman Homer WaUace, of Won't miss this Offer! '
''the Gainesville Lions Club
''Was co-speaker. (91Ji'ta
Mrs. Holloway accompanied
her husband- and Zone
Chairman and Mrs. Russell! FEATURED "PIECE.A.WEEK"VOID
Bollomianwere honored AFTER JUNE 10
;t"uet*ta also.During .
his part of the program SAUCERONLY '
the Deputy District : ,. SAVE

tor Governor disttnguished! presented IIn service award to( 39 C t.f ') 4 LB.

the club's deceased! trend! Dw D $100 i CAN
Lion A. H. (Lonnie) Harley >
N. L. Woodburn was
MomnTc'i presented' C a Nf' +rate. year*'wl! Lt'vn
Maxte Carter Jr. a 20iyarOld. J- : Rump Roast '$129 Beef..3 LBS. $179 Round Roast LB. $139USDA

Monarch( Award. The (present

tike epeafcer.Lion Installation. Holloway ceremony conducted. for This coupon worth $1.00 -CUPS Chuck Steak LB.79c Baking Hens LB' 49C Strip Steaks LB. *159


sume'giving: of each his one respective a brief duties re .1 ri $2.99'' Pork Roast LB.59c Hamburger 2 LBS. 169) Round Steak LB. $119

Presldwiit. W. C. (Bill) Wll-
son; 1st Vice President Char- :$1.00: W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS
lea E. Zipperer; 2nd Vice President -
and Chaplain. H. !Merrltt J
Ely: ; Secretary-Treasurer.; 2 ROAST
W. T. (Tom) Jackson Jr.; 1A"r t ril ROUND 1.B. 99 YIANMINT OAA.1U.S
Tall Twister, George Brown; CHOICE''
Lion Tamer,Lester C. Humph
ries; Judiciary Committee, Ui- GOOD JUNE 4 THRU AUGUST 19
man D. Green: and Nolan C. This coupon worth $1.00 =
Woodburn. Board; of Directors:
Robert E. Flri-h. Marc E. TWO DESSERT '

Jackson, Dr. Wayne Whlffen, \ _. f tor 'rAl l tor
and Maxie Carter, Jr. : DISHES '!' s fn fnL ,,,l \Rjlr.. sfnt.J\ '- r ... r
The club also recslved an '
award for in''!'all'nr the high $2.49 hI'' '
est percentage of new members .
among the clubs of District
35L during the past year
81.49 t
-100 per cent. plus. AU of the. '
old members' worked hard I 1
for this :notable. award under 1 r 'b r
the leadership of President
The club wishes' to thank
District Governor Holloway GOOD JUNE A THAU AUGUST a9 I
for the tremendous: effort and This coupon worth $1.00/ \
wonderful: program .on his 1
part.Outgoing '' TWO SALAD f
President Jack
!a. son presented his gavel to in. PLATES Si
i; coming President Wilson, who a .
" expressed his appreciation:> Ina 2.99
speech. of [acceptance. He 1.00
called for untiring effort in
projects far the new year, 1.99 6
and reminded. the! club of its
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Army Surgeon Describes Early AppearanceOf Q':. _;,/ I"s a .woman's


Fort Harrlee In Florida Wilderness i .

Martha : McCain
By due
.., (f fl County Extension

ride my horse, I drove the wag- Fort Harlee, and report myself salle a manger.' A very different .r Home Economics Agent

for duty there, In consequenceof scene presented Itself to I

on."We started off at 2 o'clockIn the sickness of Dr. Worrell my eyes from that I expectedto I

I sr the afternoon, and reached Fort the surgeon at that post. behold; Instead of a long table CANNING SQUASH squash promptly in cold water

f !, ,, ,JI Harlee on the Santa Fee river "Heigho! So, instead of being extending from end to end I Raw PackWash but do note and drain. Pack Into containers
,# about dusk. There were hos- allowed a reprieve during the of covered with all th
we the hall, I pare squash. Trim ends. Cut leaving half Inch of head space.
.. ...... months with the other
h : ""fl'Ii'r-----; _-.;" .-- pitably entertained and lodgedfor summer appliances of a feast, 'Lindensaw I squash into halt inch slices; Seal and freeze.
the night, by my friend and officers after my long and ted- another sight.' halves or quarter to make pieces -

old fellow campaigner Major Mc- ious Inhumation In the sombre "Twos certainly a table In I of uniform size. COLOR AND FOOD

Surrounding the fort were a few "miserable Cllntock, who was commandantofthe woods and depths of the wilderness the center of the room and that: In Class Jars. Pack raw squash Color Influences the food the

tauitles," some constructed of pine bark, where 1' post. .1 alone was permittedonly table covered-- but with what?-- tightly Into clean Jars to one consumer buys for her family.

frontier families,. huddled while. waiting. fearfully "As Black Creek was only 27 to touch the threshold, and a winding sheet covering the Inch of top of Jar. Add halt teaspoon : Food color varies from season

for the next Indian attack. ; miles distant, we waited for the immediately was packed off to corpse of Stanley, the late mas- salt to pints; 1 teaspoonto to season and place to place
decline of the sun next day before some sickly post in the Inter-heats ter of the house. He had died quarts. Fill Jar to halt Inch depending on many factors.

we recommenced our jour- ior; there to abide the but a few minutes before of of top with boiling water. Adjust Most consumers have a pre-

A vivid, and not too complimentary table quarters at St Augustine\ Springs on the Suwannee River. ney; and at I o'clock bid our and"The perils ocean of a Florida sunrise summer.on the congestive fever; and the houseof Jar lids. Process >in pressure conceived idea of what a food
[ entertainers adieu. Into
hospitable thus turned
feasting was canner at 10 pounds should look like. For example
description of Fort where he enjoyed dancing with His destination[ w 4 Newnans- 22nd June found me outside of pressure
"The roads were so bad from the house of mourning. ((250 degrees), 'Pint Jars, 25 housewife wouldn't buy green
Harrlee the a
Indian War post the beautiful and graceful Minor- ville In Alachua County wherehe
St. Augustine on way
the deep sand, we made but my "The celebration of the day
that located minutes; quart Jars, 30 minutes.As mayonnaise because she Is accustomed -
was In the southern can belles, and always dreadedthe remained until ordered to to Black Creek. The glorious
slow and sunset found
progress; was consequently postponed; and soon as remove Jars to a yellow product.
part of Bradford County Is found "long and tedious Inhumation proceed to Fort Mellon on Lake diffusion of golden beams which you
In the journal us seven miles from Carey'sferry the 4th of July occurred some- from canner, complete seals if Neither would she buy red egg
of Dr. Jacob Rhett In the sombre woods and Monroe in Central Florida to
streamed o'er the bright danc-
(at ). At the
Mlddleburg what later in the month that
Motto an Army surgeon >In the depths of the wilderness whichhe relieve the post surgeon, who ing and the balmy breath necessary. yolks or yellow catsup.
1830's, who very moment I was whipping up year at Newnansvllle. I returnedto ]Hot PackWash squash and She also likes uniform color
frequently visited found at Fort Harrlee. 111.
was of Morn failed of their
the fort during his assignmentIn After serving during Indian uprising "Military orders must be obeyed to accomplish our Journey before early Influence Fort Harllee next day, to trim ends; do not pare. Cut especially In the see-through
usually exhilarating
dark the hind axle-tree of
the of
Florida.Dr. In with resume process vegeta- squash Into halt inch slices; packages on the grocery shelf.
Georgia and Alabama and so
promptness; o're I sick
; me not onlyat
vehicle broke In twain and ; ;
Motto whose Journal has early !in the 1830's, Dr. Motte on the 6th of June I left New- our ; heart but in body for serious ting."While halves or quarter to make pieces How does the processor achieve
down we came the ground ; ( In
upon sitting one day
my Add color?
been published of uniform size. Just uniform Periodically
under the title, was sent to Florida during the nansvllle In the company with
indisposition drove to
"Journey Into with an awful crash. soon me tent at this post, engaged In the enough water to cover. Bring to sample processed foods are test
had second Creek War of 1836. and Lt. Thornton of the 2nd Dra- my berth, where I lay until we
"Here dilemma In
was a a
; interesting occupation remov- boll. ed to color. Blendingmay
nothing good to say about Fort the early part of the who had obtained leaveto
seven-year goons, arrived at Black Creek the next
hostile country surrounded by ing exuberant superficies of
Harrlee ; my In Glass JarsPack hotsquash become to achieve
which he described Seminole War 0835-42). home account of 111 necessary
go on and I
day, which left to
only occupy -
hammocks, which were the lurk- face called shaving
"a ; vulgarly ; loosely to halt Inch of top. Add desired color. The processormay
sickly post In the Interior. He arrived >In Florida during health. Thornton was too sick a sick bed at old .
ing places of blood-thirsty sav- I felt shock It the
suddenly a as
The scion halt teaspoon salt to pints 1 buy products according to
of an aristocratic fam the winter of 1836-37 accompanying to ride horseback; so we bor- the 29th June I felt sufficiently ;
ages, as merciless as the prowl- earth was shakenon: its axis succeeded -
ily of Charleston teaspoon to quarts. Cover with certain color specifications.
S.C., he had detachment of troops rowed a small wagon from Lt.
recovered to
rather be stationed In comfor from Georgia to the Mineral Spalding and, making a soldier Ing lion or crouching tiger; night proceedto by a noise similar to the boiling hot cooking liquid, leav- For example egg yolk colorIs
; coming on, no means of repair- my post In the sombre woods; rattling musketry of contending ing half inch space at top of affected by feed. Thus, the

Ing the shattered axel-tree! ; one and on the afternoon of that day armies. As soon as my aston- Jar. Adjust Jar lids. Process noodle manufacturer may buy

of us too sick to walk, or even reported myself to Captain Ring- ished faculties would permit, I In pressure canner at 10 pounds darker yolks for the product he
to ride horseback without danger gold of Fort Harllee. started up, and lot a huge pine wants.
pressure (240 degrees). Pints
of falling off. There was "This post was situated between tree of gigantic proportions not
Processing practices also may
Jars, 30 minutes; quarts, 40 min
but one alternative, which we Carey's ferry and New- more than a hundred yards from utes. As affect color. If a cooked productis
soon as remove
Gtbro.T./ l put Into execution. I mounted nansville; 27 miles from the where I was, stood shattered Jars from canner, complete you sealsIf produced precise end-point
horse and unhitched latter. It was situated on a
my having and withered like a scorched temperatures are necessary to
the other animal from his har- branch of the Santa Fee river blade of grass. A thunder cloud achieve color uniformity. Food

ness, Thornton managed to get where a bridge had been thrown had discharged Its potent elec- FREEZING SQUASH color is Important to the pro-

on his back, and remain there across the stream, and desig- tricity Immediately over the Select young squash with small cessor and to the consumer for
while the soldier walked leav- nated as the Santa Fee bridge.
while all nature elsewhere
; camp seeds and tender rind. Wash, cut It frequently determines which
ing wagon baggage, etc. to take "Major Ilarllee of the South was In repose, and striking this In 1/2 inch slices. Heat in boiling product he will buy.
care of themselves, until Carolina Volunteers, who was [ of
we giant the woods ceased to be.
Hoiv To Murder A Lake should send for them the next there the preceding winter, e- "In consequence of a summonsto water for 3 minutes. Cool

day, if not otherwise appropriated rected pickets with two block attend as a witness before

In the Interim. houses at diagonal corners, after a court martial sitting at St.

the fashion of Florida forts; Augustine, the 23rd of
"The wrong laundry detergent may Also as waters become enriched "We reached Fort Haileman at and hence It was dubbed Fort Lt. Davidson on and myself set July out Waldo Green Cove Springs Cited

contribute to a decline of water quality; the entire ecological balance shifts Black Creek just as tattoo was Harllee. for that place. We remained at ,
beating, about 9 o'clock and
in favorite lake." and popular sport fish are replacedby ; low pine-flat extended a- Black Creek on the 24th. and the
your crossing Garey's ferry, were
round In all directions, and nothing morning of the 25th
rough fish that can survive on soon comforting ourselves over a Interrupted the monotonous ,once again board found me For Violation Of Pollution Lawsdepartment
on a
This statement contained In a recent lowered oxygen levels. Some Florida cup of old Garey's tea; and view of russet pine trunks buta ploughing the St. Johns steamer
article In The Gainesville S\D1. lakes have undergone the process of though without cream, yet hav- few miserable shanties hur- way to Plcolata, where we arrived my-
townsWaldo and showed the city to
is good illustration of how the average nutrient enrichment and eutrophlcatlon ing the been absence so long of that accustomedto luxury, bark riedly erected--and some of pine at 1 o'clock; and immediately Green Cove area Springs have been have violated the state's water

citizen is linked to his environment to a damaging degree such as lake only-- occupied by I mounted our horses which
we did not less enjoy our tea cracker families, who had left cited by the Florida Department pollution regulations by:
and provides a clear example of how Apopka and others are seriously after our fatigue and mishap." their homes and resorted hitherto 1 we had brought with us, and gal- of Air and Water Pollution Control J 1)) Discharging sewage that has

the individual can help preserve the threatened. (From there Dr. Motte caughta be under the wing of our pro- Augustine.I Iped over I the took 18 miles to St. for violations of the state's not been given 90 per cent treat-

steamer on Juno 9 for Fort up my quar- water pollution regulations resulting ment;
of environment by using
quality our 1 ters at Livingston's Hotel; and 2) Discharging effluents Into
from the operation of
Mellon arriving there June
just a little caution. Because detergents carry nutrients compliance with an Invitation i getting into a civilized suit of
Lake Alto and other waters which
II by way of the St. Johns River to spend the Fourth of their sewage disposal systems.
such as phosphates the consumer can and Lake Monroe. On June 17 July at Newnansvllle, where the clothes felt" once more like a Both cities had been previously [ create a nuisance because of

Repeated reports have been received help protect our lakes by using brands orders were received to breakup day was to be celebrated with i gentleman: cited on Nov. 28, 1967 and color, odor, and other conditions;

from residents of Kingsley Lake concerning that have the lowest levels of chemicals Fort Mellon. He returnedby all due observance, particularly ordered at that time to submit 3)) Discharges from the sewage
boat to Jacksonville, and back with plans for corrective procedures. plant are toxic or harmful to
the accumulation of suds-like and thus minimize the threatof a public dinner; I mountedmy
material floating on the water at fre- waste water upsetting the balanceof down to St. Augustine, where he horse on the morning of that In the case of Waldo, the city humans, animal, plant or aquatic
was overjoyed to arrive. But his and the department entered intoa life;
day, and rode the 18
quent intervals. They (insist that this nature. Ecologists are recommending Joy was not for long.) ."Here over was I miles ridingaolltalre (Editor's note: Fort Harlee, stipulation on May 28, 1969 4) The city disposes of excreta

is of a different consistency than the the Use of low-phosphate products, As told In his Journal: through a pine forest I situated between Hampton Lake that Waldo would make applica- sewage and other waste

ordinary foam that results from whitecaps and point.. out that a water softener "We reached St. Augustine at under the scorching sun of Flo- I and the Santa Fe River, about tion for federal funds, and that waters without providing proper
.4 o'clock >In the afternoon of I four miles north of the present if such funds were not granted treatment approved by the department -
be rida
added not
in rough weather, and suspect may to the wash Unecessary. ; knowing at what mo- I town of Waldo, was establishedIn .

that detergents, being dumped into the A conservation group in Canada ad- making the 21st fast of June.to the As only we wharf were ment my solitude might be unpleasantly I March 1837, and abandonedIn the city would of reasons Inform for the denial.department In the case of Green Cove

\ lake, might be the cause. visesthat two to four tablespoons of of which[ this place can boast, unwelcome broken apparition In upon of by some the j November 1938. Maj. John The department now charges Springs, the department char-

washing soda along with soap powderor a letter was handed aboard tome tawney devil of an Indian I Harrlee, for whom the fort was that the city is In violation of ges that the city does not pro-

According to the Sun article justas flakes will give a clean wash whose contents threw a hostile thoughts Intent. upon. I:named served In the regular the original order and also the vide minimum of 90 per cent
Army from 1812 to 1815. During
agricultural lands frequently yield without the harmful side-effects of blighting Influence o'er all my "At I o'clock I reached New- stipulation and that despite numerous treatment to discharges from
1 the: Florida Indian War he commanded -
extensions of time the the city sewer collection
hopes. It was an order from nansvllle, and dismounting at the system
Increased levels when fertilizers detergents.And .
crop Gen. Armstead (Armistead) for tavern where the dinner was a battalion of South Carolina city still has not submitte required and that raw sewage is

are added, bodies of water respondin me to proceed without delay t> the be served up, I entered the 1 Volunteers.) plans, or indicated how discharged Into the St. Johns
a similar way when they are given while we're on the subject of it will upgrade existing facili River, creating a nuisance by

added doses of nutrients. lake pollution, we have been told on ties.The reason of color, odor and other

good authority; that there are instances latest inspection by the conditions.

When nutrients such as nitrates and of septic tanks and grease traps FarmersThe Diaryposable

phosphates, are added toe lake micro- draining directly into Kingsley Lake,

scopic plants known as algae are stim- and perhaps others in the area. If- Services Cost $90 Annually!
and which will dlslnter- I
ulated to grow at Increased rates and this is true these cases should be drought was broken by a grate In a short time or Increase
frequently cause'"blooms" thatappearas ferreted out and steps taken immed- good soaking rain May 24. and the amount of depositto For Each Resident of CountyFloridians

iately to bring them Into compliancewith by several! showers since[ that the where
a thick pea soup. This conditionis point the purchaser -
time and it looks If the
as summer
the law.KIngsley will return the cans or bot- the received "
undesirable because It discolorsthe on average national
season has arrived. The rain ,.. tles to the closer to the average,
water washes ashore to decay came: in the nick of time as the store. a personal Income of Spencer emphasized.

or fouls the lake with organic matter Lake and others in the drought was damaging crops and 'h $3,427 each last year 8 percent "This forward movement Is
1968 which Is
that accumulates on the bottom and "lake region" are among our most pastures and had dried out fields more better than than In the, national another sign of Florida's"Increasing
decays. valuable assets and everything pos- and condition woods so that a dangerousfire All of this Is part of the realization average gain, Ronald S, Spencer, added.In economic weight, he
sible should be done to that If we want to of
save them stop Jr., executive vice president 1960. the per capita Incomeof

The decaying process uses up val- from the pollution that now threatensso By Sam McGarvey dlspolllng the countryside we will the Florida State Chamber of Floridians was $1,950( or 88.0

uable oxygen from the water and may much of the nation's air and water is have too to late take and steps the now once before beautl-it Commerce Personal said income'yesterday.includes Income per cent as large as the national

deplete vital oxygen supplies of.aqua- resources. One of the thundershowers last tul will become average. This proportion stepped
everyone knew that hurrying nothing from all sources including for the next few
tic life including fish. This is saidto Thursday small "twister"was accompanied which touched bya would Increase gas consumptionand but one big garbage and trash wages, salaries, rents, dividends years up irregularly and stood at 88.3 per cent
Here is a list of then levied[ the usual fine. dump. In that connection, we interest and retirement
why massive fish kills some- detergents showing down along US-301 just north of in 1965. By 1968 It was 92.4

times follow an algae bloom. the percentage of phosphate containedin the Farmer's Market and spun once visited heard a saying that when payments. The per capita income per cent and reached a record
you a place you should is derived by dividing total
each 93.1 cent last
: westerly along the Morgan (Hoad per year.
always leave It at least
as cleanas personal income by the num- Income receivedby
area to the SR-16 intersection. Total personal
It knocked down utility poles on And speaking of highways, 301 when you went there. ber of residents. of all ages all Floridians together last
north of Starke gathers a lot of In These figures are a
oar.raanb manufacturer phosphite cantint 301, blew over billboards and a year came to $21.8 billion and
Axion (Colgate Palmolive) 43'-; ;- Gain (Proc & Gam) 23.1 !% did other damage in Its swift pools of water during rainstormsand useful tool In measuring the economy the population of the state was
who drives too fast and for
anyone of an area com-
Biz (Proctor and Gamble: Duz (Proc & Gam) 23.1% strike against that area. According to the Indians officially pegged at 6,534,000 at
) 40.4% and hits those pools is asking history, parison of one area with another mid-point In 1969. Full details

Bio-Ad (Colgate) 35.ar.;) Bonus (Proc & Gam) 22.3% r for trouble, to put it mildly. who once roamed In these "It Is highly significant that on the income of Floridians will

Salvo (Proc & Gam) 30.7% Breeze (Lever) 22.2% Experts have a fancy explana- arts were better "housekeepers" in recent years the per capita be released by the U.S. Depart-
tion for what happens, but !it than we are. At an income of Flortdlans[ has moved of Commerce in August.
Oxydol (!Proc & Gam) 30.7'; ; Cheer (Proc & Gam) 22.0'/. bolls down to this: the car goes Indian town there was a Junk ment

Tide ([Proc & Gam) :30.6';, Fab (Colgate) 21.5% Our new courthouse !Is com- out of control. pile, where all trash was deposited -
ing In for a fair amount of attention and when the town was
Bold (Proc & Gam) 30.2% Cold Power these days. For one thing .
(Colgate) 19.95.!: moved to a place where the

Ajax Laundry (Colgate) 2j.2';) ;; Cold Water All (Lever) 8.8%/( the District Court of Appeal held hunting was better, the trash Not Sleeping Well Lately?
another special term of court Again on highways, we've all was burned and thus the town was I
Punch (Colgate) 23.8; % Wisk (Lever) 7.6"".
t here last week, marking the second noticed the litter of beer and left clean. Try Milk As 'Lullaby'If

Drive (!Lever) 23.3'i; ; Diaper Pure (Boyle) 5.0% appearance of that august soft drink cans and bottles along
)reft (Proc & Gam) 24.5% Trend (Purex) .1.4b!, en body for within the return months.were Reasons the giv-excellent the right has been of way getting and worse the situation Instead --

facilities in the court- of better. So now a moveis With all our advantages and you catch yourself toasln ly Important since U has a direct

house, the hospitality accordedto under way to have bottlersuse our facilities available; we should and turning when you ought effect on nerve Impulse,

the visiting judges and good receptacles which are dts- be able to do as well as the Indiana /ifo be Mleep. your body may including those In the bralas

nearby accomodatlons for lodg- Abe trying to tell you sonw- "sleep center." TWs make

-- ing and meals. thing: If the man of the family calcium vital to the contraction

r 1.8 unreasonably tense ana and relaxation of muscles
The Bradford County / child In tor including the ones which make
:'tl cross or.>* goes
: =
; r LETTERS TO fretful crying .at temper tan orour heart beat.
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED 4't' + The second was an Inspectionof Itsn't
frame they may 'be signalling: If th-'s! sounds frightening.
'rr9 the building by Clay County tt the sam thing-a shortage of : all it really m *n. Is:
Commissioners and
1879 other officials THE EDITOR. enoujn!
; calcium. be sure everyone
altt8i611, who are getting ready to that
build I TWa U 'the same thing assaying milk. In searching for greater a new courthouse and who
happiness in life, we may look wanted to get some ideas from "Not enough mile! ;' SO per cent of Americans are
mUle !la. the important "starving! for caklum1Eru'wgh
MaMaaa looking over our new building for
to other persons or things for As Imitation Is supposed to be Dear Mr. Matthews: many. In fact, most of us students source of calcium in Lb.e Amer- dully] milk accord

F IpR p ES5 the answer. We may think the sincerest form of flattery, feel that Mrs. Griffls loan diet. And calcium Is a ing1 to dieticians! >Is 2 lasses

happiness depends on friendships !It would seem that congratula- I am writing you concerning a driving is quite satisfactory. We "lullaby" mineral, so to speak. tvr adult and 3 or 4 for' children
with others. But in our tions in letter published In the "Lettersto are not In any way In fear of depending age.
A S S NI T A N are order for our coun- Calcium, Editor" section of lives while pub-
search have we looked in the ty commissioners and architect the your our crossing a the most abundant mineral in
right place in our own Frank George. paper on May 21 of this year. lic street or getting in our family our body machinery. Accaratog
In the letter, two mothers com- cars.
heart? Happiness is withinus. plainted of Mrs. Letha (Sammie) If the mothers who wrote the to figures compiled ,toy Floe Apt definitions "The most

It is a state of mind, a feeling Griffls' driving of one of the letter can honestly say, with a idea milk producer. If you rounded person in the worldis

E. L. MATTHEWS. Editor-Publisher in our heart. When'we look Charged with school buses. In the letter the clear conscience that they have weigh 120 lbs, about 2 I lbs. of the average man. He Is

"'Ushed each Thursday and entered: a. 8 e M
it in the everyday things in up all theelementaryandhlghachool ving, then I think that's great percentage of this calcium Is in 40 around the waist,
M.t tUr at thr Pout Office al! SUrkr. Florida with a brand new defense, at 132
life. Happiness is peace of least to He students were frightened out of and they should drive the bus. "the bones and teeth up to as around the golf course
under Arl of March 3rd, 1379. us. told the judgehe around the bowling alleys,
mind and the realization their wits because of Mrs. Grtrfls' I thank you very much, cent.
that much 93!
was low
running and as per
Subscription! in trails area: 1 >rar. $ .OO; Outride on gas seldom around when needed
God satisfies every longing in was hurrying to get to a gas driving. The other calcium! Is In tie and a nuisance around the
area 1 year ".sa Well, I would like to let you Linda Wilkerson
our heart and fills our life station. The judge replied that that :Wood stream and la eMrmoo"o house."
and the community know Lawtey, Fla.
.. with good.

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Bradford Residents Above AverageIn Seib to h resP. 111- ,..., the Bonn F.Us.tes "...n_ '1.." wU1 b. w1.as.u eewrtpt5w Lrl at .Tap .o A. N'n.y !_.e//. 00".

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Accident Rate, Survey ShowsOn all *o**. .r..'ouon .... and. ....-a--!< 7)sfit1* OB* a sID I of BX 51 nk 19 InIT /tte Moo Bt Bhron Os6

Aw-I OfVox ,
the basis of annual figures reported for other U.S. commun a: .. .* .*. y. M pwa an* Cofrta )3M0* 00>"W' ( of nk t? laIt 28. Wo Bit* BUoroun .'.11

.' f fc released by the U.S. Public Health ities. It was also higher than .t Ntt II at.

r.a' Service after a nationwide survey the South Atlantic States rate 1'1'10'16 tr I11D at' H IB 6 IB tt F_>*p.rt.Bito II 137Joaapnin >J5...lo,s 3. at nk 19 in t I' (; A '.111 1.59toorc

I residents of Bradford County of 61 per 100.000. oo* a/D I

appear to be more accident- The National Safety Council's *,6.a-d 130 of N 170 of s4 of d tt .II.. tJH. &oI of nk :31 In L. t I**

I I prone than those In other partsof figures for 1969 show 116.000 1&I\ or Nut 16 ... be, OB* sID .. at 17.53

the country. accidental deaths and 10.8 million -
_20 B ..... BB Oar of .
iJ77Oo ,,,8-8._ *j or nk 100 1ft'L 55,03os&os .
The report shows that 12 local disabling injuries in the B4t of lilt o Bun U 113 N 5O t Oo*tSI Canl.8oo.11
B 111* S JO* 'To FOB n "II *
residents lost their lives as a U.S. last year.Counting .

result of accidents during the lost wages medical KUaraoa 3.98 $ t ar nk ItS In ..1.or. 8olU. YtiCo. -

year and motor vehicles were charges property damage lost 1"9-sID Lot 7 of Blk. 1 In Bunny .... liD u50ii1.'r& -* ,. 8Joron

the cause of three of the deaths.It production etc. the annual cost I.nilepent. ).)II .
;::.o.. .'; ..M4t:>. -.A "t > : SC15 see lot 5 J1. Ortffl -
is estimate that for every of such injuries is estimatedat *. ,......
23' -tot ) ., nk 1 in many Aero. =mow Vorrl *
fatal accident, there were near- $23.5 billion. 6.n

Mike Reed (left), president of the Bradford County ly 100 others that did not resultIn JJJ Truex.. & ? of nk 1 In D.YH Lrtnur. M
2J93--let 1 or nk I in Bunny
4-H Horse' Club and recipient of the 4-H Leadership death but caused disabling Bradford County's share of this Aor*. SID Jaao Greer '..,' .. Adi juKion 7.31

Medal, and Walter Prevatt, president of Bradford injuries. bill, assuming the average cost 23'5-A.-Lot 6 Blk 3 in Sunny ..... ... af Lot t nk
Taken Into account in the sur- per accident applies locally liD Allan Do"'. 6.)2 3593- TwplSS Add3to MV* of Ml} N 0"110.1"
County 4-H Council and winner of the highest County accidents comes to nearly $2,424,000 an- .
vey were sustained 2"5..H '''9' or N4r or nk 6 S ortana
honor, the 4.11 Key Award. while at work, in the home nually.To J in T..pU. sID 11 6 II 1 lutn.rKrto .. ; )605 Lot-"lot* of* 1.1.3 B1H 9 A In 3 Tpl'9' 7 In* Add of v I..UIII.....
deal with the increasingly '9
while driving, swimming boating -
XJJ-.rf 56' of Lot C W 56' of
serious situation, new Federal 248. In iJ Oor of of II"TIn /
hunting and flying. -1 Lot BJS lit of Lot 9 or B1K. 19 in T**. 1"1.110
legislation is aimed at requiring or..plu SiD Blnr| Ap rox 100" Add lof.reC ,
From a population standpoint 14 BT IK1 N4S. n 6 ttBM JIM** A pi.

Bradford's toll was at the rate automobile manufacturersand onrri Y..372i J61tG-at of lot 6 Ex 125' 6. lot

of 91 fatalities per 100,000 resi companies making productsfor 7 (x I J5* ar 811119 in Topi Austin A KrBll .-

dents. It considerably the home to conform to stricter *. Add ...... ,,.111
was high- .
'89 Coo. BS.ln Cntr Bt orToapl**
er than the 57 per 100,000 rate safety standards in the future. aiD at Znt Ult.it < K/W of KB N-
sir 1110* FOB Cant ny zio* 3692. .,...9 10 or nk 3in >
By 210', Hlf 210', Wit To Poi *1 6 11 A. T ,.... 7.n -4055. Add Jo..,," P 6 .*.. ?
II ROOM 13. 1Nlooa

2''9S-A--B. Hi Cons lIt or Bit
SENIOR a 6el ror' FOB,'V N 100', )7lot. COo, Ilk 21 In J II '
I 200', B 100' To FOB 21 6 12 Jla Tony. ).)11 Add. Hi Mr in 01 >k 69
k...... > > >. > > I
1527 Lot 3 or nk 10 in R Bono lID Nj1u.p. Bn4r 30.73

f 3797- tot* 1. *. 11. li or nk
l 255S.Lot 3. 4 or elk 1 In Onhagan 6 *. 1-A A* Duo OS It M 3JBX .
a/D Bx 8/>I .Hllli ..n.... O J ,...U
eo hr'1)
The best laid plans of mice Mrs. Ervin Andrews. They are Jr. ..10 6 B in city Id ".10

and men oft go astray. Such working hard to raise funds for
2572--L.... 8, 9. 10 or nk 1 In _.
3315 Ooa at US Cor of *H
were the difficulties facing our the new library building.A 00"11'0 John D Pi..* "' .1' Bin .W 339*. I 270'510 A FOB

delegate to the Convention of letter was received from Rep. 11100'. 3 100', W
2J93--Lot 20 or kill. 3 in Oaluutan, lID I"... L Cay 2.18 101'.9 6 II O U Johnaon }0,63
the State Council of Senior Cit- Fred Shultz, Speaker of the 100' To FOB

izens at Ft. Lauderdale. Unfortunately House, assuring the Senior CIti- 1611.-It or Dlk 1 B or 12 16 V4 3527.5--a.. *t SW Cor or Net of I
.'j!;"';'.;:;='':-_ :; -.;.-_ ;- F or silt i a of.I1"40. a sit ornk Hit B 270 For FO1 I
my wife, Dorothy Ker- zens of Fla. that his greatest i N or B iwt of nk Sit..0'190' 5 JO' W 120 To
1 s or B a B in t_n* lID BX 6 21 Billy Orlffl 55.25
rigan was too ill to travel.However efforts will be put forth to obtain FOB '9Sn.A.
aiaa 6 22 1) L J Kit **.::11
tar OR Bk y>-f)6
Top winners in the 4.11 Horse Program for 1970 are we are convinced that those legislation for the $10,000 ) --... 15' tl 4 119' H or .1

(from left) : Vicky Sue Anderson Carol Diggs, and who do attend will do justice In Homestead Exemption for those 2623-Th.t Port: or.MW| orTnat aT .* cor of .wi or iiit or an or mi.
Fort Sold Baor BI eor
f 60' 100 To
II 60' H Ion', s I
Judy Loper. Not pictured is Dehhie Mowry. creating a program for the sen- 65 and over and the disabled. H 1 or avi N 66J1 For FOB, B.( 29 6" nst.0
record that N100N20'I100'S200To Tho a
Our Club went on
iors of this state. FOB 6 II 5 Laonard

Yola Vestal who has been vacationing any money left In the treasury Orima 10.47 3 76--lot 3 or Bik t in rlnh. .on .
sent to the should be transfered via Gene liD Bill B 0*.
In Hawaii 26) -.Co. at aw oor or NM.. | or axt. toll 16.01B
AwardsAt card and or other Recreational 86 B 100' For; FOB
4-H Members Receive club an amusing news- Rayburn N ;;I ,
which describedthe Director to be given to the City M 100>, 1751 3 100", M IS' To 3909 -lot 5 01 blk. 1 In ButlorCrt
paper clippings FOB Lyln K of Oo Or ad. U 6 II 0 J Hlllor 1''.85 9/0 ..r TIID_. 17.59
activities and TV programsfor Clerk for use by the City, of
Supper-Program senior citizens In our 50th Starke in the event that we can 3918--V "I' or Lot Y or blk. 13 0
26)8-On .t BU Car of tut of lilt in 0.*kin. Add Mr/ \I\
state.It no longer function as a club. Bin B 101, No' Per FOB, B y11. 27.79

was good to hear that Houston We recently received a ques- 125* on M B/u or B4. M ajo ,
More than 40 Bradford County AchievementCarole McKinney it US'. B t50 To FOB BX tf A 7 of Klk. 0 in Mn.-
Tel- 395huraota6
and Marian Driscoll arrived tionaire from Southern Bell 02.5* 12 6 21 M H .0".1." Jr ".97 mart Fhllllp -
4-H Club members received and Janelle Thompson Citizen 26.01
; home safely from a two months ephone Co. who wanted answers
medals and certificates for outstanding shipKelly Richards; Leader- and ',"- --BC 200 or at oor oror at
vacation in California where they concerning service repairs Bivt or aut, N 200 M on c.nal .- 3952--tot 10 of Blk. E In Pin*hur..
project work and other shipMike Reed; Key Award- visited Marian's son and had a civility, of their employees. The ISO1. B 200, B 120* To 5.. 22 6 II ..U.llo..n)8 ./ Ants Boiling 9 worth: 21.89Joaapti
club activities at their annual Walter Prevatt.
wonderful time. thought strikes me that why does- "269--Lot 11 or Blk 11ft..' Ull.llaa .
Awards Program held Thursday, We that Carl McManus n't the Starke Telephone Co. 90 IX 3+ ddr111w Al- ) B** .t wino' Of lilt ota 1111 I
are glad 972-A.e
May 28 at the Civil Defense J.M. Edwards, Jr., Presidentof ..59 N 75* a .
send out similar form to their 6 21 BmtOrtffl
Is improving every day thoughhe a 100' To FOB 29
More than the Bradford County Farm It..**
building in Starke. can't move around much witha subscribers and really get to 26)2- tot 9 or nk 1 or Hat Wlllim *
100 4-H members and guests Bureau presented a certificateto liD Booa BaourityTore.
know what the facts are.
broken hip. He is very con- 29.16Oor
attended the covered dish supper the 4-H Livestock Judging genial loves visitors and would It Is time something was done 5071..Coo at NI Cor or 311)' A Run W
and program. team for placing sixth In the service in 26)5-0--St or Lot 11 All Lot 13 6)0' for '08. Run a 190' to 3t:
State Livestock Judging contest appreciate company. about the telephone or Blk 1 in Bat Hilliaaa (* Rd 100 thin' H along 1/w to t 8aaLin
Jessie Bowden is looking bet- Starke. Almost every time a Wllllaa. 12.2 N to i 3.0 Llna, I to FOB
Winning County, medals were: last February. Receiving cer- *. o' 0o OR 12-F
Ex :no
BeefZack Edwards, Walter tificates Walter Prevatt ter every day since she 'returned call Is received from Starketo lo)9-Let 6 or Blk 1 Mat .Nillian S/D lnti. Mo. .11/ 29 6 22 6 BUkn Tomar 11....
were ... ... ".
B* ld 33In
Prevatt Dean Traylor and Nor- Zack Rosier and from N.J. to be with her old the Keystone Heights area > "119..Coo 360 H of S3 Col1 or $.*
Edwards Tony
ClothingSherry friends and neighbors. it is necessary to ask the Starke 2670.-Lot 26 or Ilk B in II.' 1I11n_. 29 II Run N> 2H8> for a KB THan .
man Traylor; Daniel Rosier. lannoo 21.68 Run M *7fl 0 )60' 3 "7S' B 360
Sapp, Nancy Lott and Kim Johns; Harry Rosenshlne requestedthat party, to hang up so that the 3D To FOB 29 a 22 Robert a Marion 26.63

Consumer EducationSally Meng Walter Hrevatt and Janelle our club elect a committeeto Keystone pary can call back to .611.-000 .. M Oor or N"t or BWf. Mannlna.

visit the elderly in the Starke clear the line. That Is the only Bun B HO for FOB, a 200'. II IolloO..W 6 A of N I 01 sui or aii IiI
and Jane Lou; DairyGerald Thompson received Achievement 50', B 200', V )OI To FOB 22 6 22 Lottl* Bynold -
Meng and Joy Redding; Dress Awards from the JacksonvilleFair Nursing Home. This will be taken way we can hear each other because Bat 11.521677.00..t .*.Lot.t Fin D** A.siD CM Bun At 3 NX 2)1.9 Cor of for

RevueAnn Allen Barbara God- for their 4-H accomplishments under consideration. We will Investigate the lines from Starke are .T FOB V 125. B )OS'. I 125. N
BH Cor or BWt BWt '
JIl' to FOB t* 50
win, Elaine Pearce and Kathy this year.CerWIcates all possibilities from so noisy. The imposition of the Bun Ian i a** Line 760 for N; a. 8 A IX Fur 150 X 158nIn OB .

Red- other Senior Citizens Clubs and 28-1/2 per cent Increase In tele- Poe Than B 300'. B 100, B .*. .. 50- oo i 6 12 6 Anna ZaaFlokroa
Taylor; Field CroP"Roger )opt, H 100 To FOB BX B 200* 22 6 21 Mary Lannon 5 12.29
ding and Tony Rosier; Foods & for meritorious from Mrs. Hitchcock who Is phone poles Is surely getting a

service to 4-11 were presentedto head of the Nursing Home and little
Nutrition- Karen Cissy and Patricia steep. . .. ..
Edwards ForestryLee the Florida Bank at Starke by that means, work out a suit- We will meet at Holiday Inn '
101" Pod a Co Bd "o
; )--1 Lot II > 3.
Sparks; Home Improvement- The Community State Bank of able program. It Is pitiful to at 12 noon on Tuesday June 9, Bun-_Son t. Bo Oor* Lin of*But 7 0'of FOB Snit. W Br Lot '. 8 By Lot 8. S by

Debbie Edwards: Horticulture- Starke to Brown's Refrigeration be old and helpless but It is for lunch and from there go SJOO', HOO* BJJO U10O *o FOB) ttBX 'II l.un... al ..* BUM. .*. LOSSCLo1S in nk a or N Fin,869511 S/D 25 6 aa D f' ( M ..... 3.59
Charles Holtzendorf Michael and DeWitt C. Jones for much worse to be lonesome to the Recreation Center for H 100

Mowry. Dennis Rhoden; Horses- their support of the Bradford which many of our older friends bingo and other recreation.Joe 2680 Bin_BOB B Alone At BW t Oar Boo of Lin BUt 560'of Svt far ft "l'*--lot Fin* 10.''Dl'ot Bik a orHt 29 6 22 Dr a N'" .*.... ....35Hoi.

Vicky :Sue Anderson Carol DIggs, County 4-11 Program. are. Poe B 200*. S 50*. B 200 To i .
too Lin U Alan Boa I." "155- Co* as cor or lilt or Sit
An award commending t '
was given Kerrigan
Judy Loper and Debbie Mowry; TO BB it 6 II Len tnnon 11.06 Bun II 18' .H 1""' For FOB, W
PoultryDale Traylor; Swine- the Senior Citizens for their 29'. II 53', 129', S 5S1 To

Mark Joyner ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. effors in repairing books. We 265--B.. ., Churon 0.... JO' on a FOB 29 6 21 ... AarianAoaaptanoo. .
Sue Edwards ; OorplS.75Blonara
*>* of Laiur Bt BunnlJtc B to Ut
AgricultureLarry Oglesby; File Folders complete line office have a wonderful library In of lilt of ..... N to L pkln Vro-
...% "11)-/f..A Far of I...... Lying Set
U to Chur Or, Th To
-The Telegraph Starke under the management of {fO'
rOB JO tt d 21 Larrr A laaarWlliao 1..,*,.... at in S* Cor of lilt
Phone 96 .630S. Mrs. Martha Minx and the Chair- NOTICE '.18 of lit Bnd B By .Mind. at a
By t Mo Lln. A 4. ao
By Lin
man of Friends of the Library CALL FOR BIDS
2695--O.. ., BU Coo of Bui of lilt Alo A Far in NWt or a> of
The Board of Public\ Instruction *. Bun B *70' For roB. Bun B 100' Sit Bnd I By "Walnd 31. S Bf
Jacksonville B }0', 5 10O. W 50' To rOB 22 6 13 John DIM. Br ..).,.. Vlllron. t By Slanon. N I,
.of Bradford County'
__ Lin of Bit or 3aJ J
; hereby, eubm property described t6 9-A.-Ooai At BU per of M.* of LaBlna lt 5....,
,. .. IVt B 210 B loo- for SOB B
as follows: Lets 7 100' B 100' \U 100' To JOB 12' 12 tutor Dala
pSP.RING *230 ni or Nit 1*! I PA In SW Car
ta ).98
18 McColTs Add.
through In
CLEARANCE A Bx a. Alto Faroil In st orSZ
to Hampton except right of 179J--Ooo BU Car awl of lilt of Nit A. Duo in OR BK

and 'being, 528 ft. North e Bun I 520' B 100' For A rOB 29 Iff 60" )2 6 aa )e 1..1. N Apor. 16.*.
.............. way. Th. Bin B SO' 8 100' U JO* II
and South .by 250 ft. East and 100' To FOB 2* 6 11 Alb..... BnnBtBartl < 11.82a704O. "", .+Nt or HJJ or S'-t 'tt Far
sold Bx ..
Lot D. cl Bk 20
MUST West. and Com. 597U it. N.cl .. At BW Oar of lilt or SW) 's itv. Lr R/4 A I- '" D"
EVERYTHING GO! SW Cor. of NEtt of NE% a. Bun B 610'. B 110 For roS. all 181 32 6 II .> Vio'ora.llo'.ha...
Bun W JO', a 100. B SO', I II 11** IU"".U
'and run E. 250 ft.. N. 197V4 100' To FOB 11 6 II ** J.98 ...M -..76Illllaa

ft.. W. 250 ft. S .to FOB; together 297-A.-Oom It t Oor or Hit or ..wt
,04.-000] At BS Oar of lilt of But
Auto Sales and Service WE'VE GOTTA MOVE THEM! with buildings. tun U 87" For FOB BtJt.B' or 333 a 2io' FOB.0.1 ', B
II/1' 160', K inn'. 4 Fin, AI
oO* 3 SJO.IS. B 00to 22 6 12 Wlbur Boyal Z>..okMI4 *>
For public bid to the highest Cot an Cor of Abo. ,...01 FOB

.w .v- t and best bidder with the .271 Lot In BB per of St of Rtt i 70* TO nr &/* n M 200, a
of W* Bln 100 M ft B By JO 5e p.s tl on fir Bdrr 10.61*. M
Parrish Motor. COME SEE ALL THEBARGAINS reservation' to accept or reject 1 5 v ( 12 6 12 11\I.'. Booaa 61 C.* J 75* To air sort of Fr
1 114'< HA To .
any and all ;ht"a Wt tthe tno J.98 FOB aio-
0005 18.6
Board;! of Public Instruct n. ..114....M. JJO of ... Cam n
SALES Car of B Bt .r...\\lo.L ', Bf "298--NSH of ."a or ait .. Far
Sealed bids to toe submitted '
SERVICE >3.J* I Sz Far D..* OB
VIOLPARTS on or before June 23. 1970 at Q.r. B9.M' To Blr sari Bk 22 FS 386 32 f 22 .4 ........ anontt

7:30: p.Dto the office of the or Bant M W 115*. Beir.aj' 6.70
to B/W or
mr a* Bdon BlJ92
Superintendent cl Board of Ill, Bdrr. U9.,* 'to FOB 57 0 12 Barol4. t '306--S.g At NS eo. .. riWt or 3!|
Bun B aiO H
210' N 210'
Always Good Used Can Public Instruction In the old OoOfMRial 118.60 B no to FOB .. B/V 32 6 aa 1 Bufu Biir

11 Laura St. Pb. 356-5S54 ALL PRICES SLASHED courthouse building. .--1 Lot Sine 122.5 N a B Br Jr W.6O
SO' B a. K Ljlnu Bln la BB
....AI _1 The b'ds( :submitted and accepted Oar or wt of MW| or lit *r Nit 21 6 21 wtllln "307-.Oo. At HI Cor of NMt of SS
Brt a Bun B5Z5. W315' For KB ThinW
ELECTRIC MOTORS c c? C:::=t; t::.=n t 5-a1. will be a not bid -with1 7.5Z 3' To HJK, us on Rd 193.6:

tall costs ,borne by the successful t95Ooo. At tntro*. B Lin Mtof O21 to FOB Ix B/K 32ISO'Blk 6 21 J Brralirl .
$25.00 deposit holds .bidder ssi *. Hrthnr B/W at M 230 .. ,nt" 1.20
th. horn of Bun B Alon B/U at M 230 ,,,.'"*
PEAVY Brothers yourchoke / Thos. L. Casey Jr, Supt. For A FOB Oat 115.16 It of J H John siD L* tan B Tho-
for up to 30 ', To touth.rlt : of Or M o.. *t al 61'."
Board of Public instruction T",.. B Alona 8/.. 1OS.65' Thn B
Electric Co. day at our Sal.Price! 7A Bradford County Fla. 1"9.1'' Thin Hrtl 100' To FOB 28 6 12 1 r Judy "391--W 301* or Hi of at of Net
1 hat ',.1IIt KX B/M A nr I Fur In Nil Oor 150'IIq

e,_ N N a fr4 3t 6-18 2 7J--Co. on S 11140 of CM St ft tnt 33 6 aa III. llrtlr 7.71

Electric Motors of N Lino of :NWt, of 3>t C Bun B ...06.-Lot 6 or slit. 5 of South
JO'. S 210', N JO', W 210 To Get.. ./D
Sold Serviced Repaired .oa 21 6 12 J_.. Lnl ,." N.rnll. Do*. 2''.011

Generators Starters Armature BRAND NEW 12 2974. 5525_80. A. 1111 eor or 3.. nt Vii "
an t nt af Churn Bt .
a Ion 8 18o.S. 1)61.60'. N
Rewinding.! WIDE 2 BR Home ware .h Lin of NUi ., Sit oroft *.- or '" II.U
.. Bun 3 16 J> For Poe. Bun a V8n/VO135p7. Lln.
On 1:0:
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 N 0'
completely furnished. Or J JO'. B 112', N 19', U.I, To FOB28/ 6 22 llladolpII a .41 Dt N',, 4 )0.81' To FOB .

Delivered 4n*) *t up Brrn )6.08 Anr Fort Lrlnt Batwn. 0*..
0 ,mo i Pi/J of U 100 33 6 22
PIANOS JOJJ--Lot 2. 5 of BIK 1 In One lI..n.19'1.1"
within 100 milev n O Tow or s.......
A B Paw. Jr 59.66 ''
'Z1n1' or tit* or .4+ u it

0 OIo9.-Lo' t of Ilk 7 of OrlB 'Tom 151.102' 33 6 aa 10 Harold Kit 10.65
YAMAHA PIANOS or .......
2 9 oI Konnatn Kacruth ......--1- L..* .. Br 8UO I or
OONN and KIMBALLORGANS ; 29.74A 114 par of JH of i<., i 255'Jo

/ I J128-' 70* of Lot B or Blk 17 Cwal, Bin, H"5J'. Win
; II Orlctnol Tom *f ....... Bx B/W W Botor.* lit.99 To B* 3j 6 22 1 LI Kit .n

}22?--0oo ., M" Oor of Call ft BoyFOB'BW
MOBILEHOME ate tun. N 216,15' lU6' tor ..
N Sir
1'50'71'. .
1 0 Bir 78- nr US' To FOB 28 6 12 W t atulMillHolla ;79,59 3/15 lit 6/Y "Trill Bl.ar..
I Tax
SELECT NOW 3282.-1 Lot 160' M ft. B b, )A' en, of e....... Florida
YOUR B ft. W bid M Br Korxm
I CHOICE a, H If Knl..ht. ft. i B, JSnM'
[ OF 20 HOMES. NOW COMPLETE! at B Br .rent at as f aa 0
BROKERS An entirely new Ntdu.t28< .50

translation in the )29"-< 0'520 or Blk $ in t 'r
;5887) ROOSEVELT RhdJACKSONVILLE 4 Co* B< BW3XICot tout Haa.
KIMBALL: "SWINGER"ORGANS language of today. ...._ 6.92 ........ -
1 Blk 7 in
Standard Editionin IT oo. io B/W n.... i.ono Sol" I <:........ ....... IConlioll /.
Roosevelt Mall-388-83 19 ]Maytag PortaDryerKegister one volume ....... ..
)010. Lot .. or Blk 8 la 1. 1 r.y.r.ya.w..nah5
;i The Old and New CD. lID .
Clra Hnkron >
WESTERN STORE lII d Now Testaments $8.95 Bt 3.38 ,

With the Apocrypha 322-Loss, .S *r klk 13 la LS / Wdponmt
To Buy. h.h41t
Nothing $9.95 -
XMta Bnram ..U in N m BUTr -.. Y-
LITTLE DUDE Drawing June 16. 6 P.M.: )Pa-Low of Blk 13 In L t a
SEE US TODAY! BM.I.B 0.1*. Srat erf fforkfoI

Western Store Not Have to be .an 3.77 .I b-B..b1.I _.T....w* ...*
You Do
33B3....Lot.S oi alk IS la b t aeo. '. *"*Ae T...M..T_ClIp

Present to win. BULLINGTONStudioJewelryGifts 11II PS.. Banoa 3.17
..,"". -..<.."-..- JB1 -

W..t.rn CJoUiln.. UcaLnrr- 33n-: Bt or:s/p or Blk 17 laL WANTAOSJADFORD rt M MM r a MM SHl

goods, BavddlM and Trailer.ChArio 5887 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD a 00 a...,. F U1_ !*." .M.MM..Ffc. -- W

Sharon Patty Starke, Florida 32091 ")1.a..,w' or lot o or Blk. 17 BXB I COUNTY ....11, > bM>.n TELEGRAPH
tot S. JcI.-oocI: lM1Jl.JAGE JACKSONVILLE| ,".r t T a oo. a/o N__...e I ....-.. ..--- :: **' *.. ," y
3.35 >*
R:::.:::+uR/::;=::::}:;;5tftfi'tS2LvrRL'Sr; ::: : ::: ; :: ::::; :sC::

( 12 TELEGR PII JUNE, 1970


---------'---. ---. SW'WCommunity I. I ton The Hot RockWa.tlake
.. ', ,. Court f..The ; : ;
Camp Blending Closed Dates 11r..t." Clrrnlt.Judicial Clrealt Of The Sinful Stone*--Dtcldiuont
I HAMPTON Vlurldn. In And :For Bradford The Such Good Friends-Gould; The
The Game and Fresh County. Case No. l
: Water Fish Commission has announced Emma A. Orover. Pllnllff. Carre ta--Traven.
t closed periods for the Camp Blanding Fish Management Area .*.> George Edward Grover Book Shelf
., titles D. z. BBOPTA
this summer. Major Robert M. Brantly Northeast Region Jr.. Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT ADULT NON-FICTION
I I. I d Manager for the Commission, said the closing was necessry TO: Oeora-e Edward Grover ADULT FICTION Dictionary Of Electronics-: :
due to the Florida National Guard firing live ammunition mint 1. Klchardeon.L* Salle toad T.....Apart.. 7&0- Something In The Air--Graham Funk & Wagnalla; MachUvelll:
I News ELECTS OFFICERS: in the area; IOyOU ; The Mermaid Summer-- A Dissection--Anglo; One Morning -
Are Hereby Notified Cores And Not To Yield Ull- In The War--Hammer; He
I The closed dates June haG ;
are: 1 thru 5 and 8 thru i2, July that an action for divorce Slew The Dreamer Hide Cowboy
DeWltt Mersey was fleeted PTA 20 thru 24 and been filed airalnst you and you man; Marry In Haste--Hodge; -- ; -
27 thru 31
August 10 thru 14 and 17 thru
f I president for 1970-71 at the last 21. are required to carve a copy if The Way Of The Eagle--Potter; And Western. Songs--Fife;
t By; Elizabeth Given' Walker Hampton Elementary School PTA of any your to It written on Elate defenses.S.: Sandera. In The House Before Midnight-- Five Queens Of Ancient EJYPt--

-!-------.----- -- meeting for the year Tuesday Attorney for Pldntlff' West! whose Call Higgins; Wax Apple--Westlake; Cottrell; History In The U.S.,
evening. May 28. tal Health Study Committee has christening of her great-nephew, a.ldress Street U Sbarke.14J J Florida. and Die Of A Rose--Manor; But Not 1800-1860--Callcott; The Opportunity
RECREATION NEWS The following Reports from the fl h fry.sponsored been working on collecting Information Herbert Wade Priester Jr.. at file the original" with the Clerkof For Love--Savage; Vector--SutA ; Explosion-Smiling-.
Williams, pastor. above .tvle Practice PTA itlay :23 since January accord- the ...... .
sessions for the different Auxiliaries met Monday night: by the on Trinity United Methodist Churchin e June ; other -- ---
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ball showed $470 and 1315after Ing to J.T. Kirkland Jr. chair- wise be en.tered
games are being held Choir No. 1 rehearse Tuesday a gross Palatka last Sunday. Mrs. a
for the relief -
each Tuesday and Thursday at night; Choir No. 2 and Ushers expenses. Approximately man. Meetings in the various Adkins' brother and sisterinlaw demanded aicalnst In you,the Complaint ,
9 fjn, for boys All Interested Board No. 2. Wednesday night 430 suppers, were sold. accordIng communities throughout the Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Pries- or Petition.
boys are Invited to attend. Prayer Band meeting at home to Mrs. Martha Smith,supper county: ; are aimed at getting more ter of Ft. Pierce spent the seal Witness of said my Court hand on the and MU the SCOTT'SMobile
Girls Interested In Softball are of Mrs.Elizabeth Wright South chairman.In interest In the environmental weekend here and they droveto day of May.! 1970.
Invited to attend their practice Starke. Thursday (tonight) the addition to Mr. Heresy as problems of the county.; Palatka Sunday together.Mr. (SEAL) D. Green
sessions also. Ladles Circle will meet at the president, other officers elected A. ClSrk Of Said Court
The continued cooperation of home of Mrs. Sarah Prince.Friday -' for next year were Mrs. Luther HAMPTON 4H'ersRECEIVE and Mrs. E.G. Saxon attended By Beulah M. Moody I Home SalesSLASH !

the community; In organizing activities night the I Can Circle will Raley vlce-preiMent; Mrs. AWARDS a graduation banquet In A.First Dpu.ty Pllbllcatlon Clerk: May U.
Is very Important for the will Royce Joyner treasurer and 4-H members from Hamptonwere Jacksonville Friday evening for l10'
Interest of the youth. meet. Saturday night Mrs Francis Meng secretary. Included In those who received construction workers who had 5-11 U ..11
be sold from the kitchen. Mrs. Wallace Collins completed: awards for their project completed requirements for -
GIRL SCOUT TROOPAll Registration will start Satur- her year as president at this work at the annual banquet last Journeyman In their trade un- t t
Girl Scouts are asked to day for Vacation Bible Interested Schoolat meeting and was presented witha Thursday evening at the Agri- city Of fit...... Florida" .
meet Tuesday of each week at the church. All gift from Mrs. Rodney Hallon cultural Building in Starke. ions.The Notloe\ Of Unpaid. DelinquentT..glble
Allen Chapel AME Church.There persons are Invited to register. behalf of the PTA. Mrs. Col- Mike Reed son of Mr. and F.C. Reeds receive a sur- a-rrnonol" PropertyT.ae.
Bible (Vacation) School starts visit last weekend from
will be game time at the next lins expressed appreciation for Mrs. F.C. Reed was awarded prise A. provided by Chapter 20228,
June 15, 1970 hours from 6- close friends from Charleston, Aota of 1941. notice Is "given
meeting at 5 the gift and for cooperation of the medal for leadership in the
p.m. that tangible personal property
8:30 Admission free. The S.C., when Mr. and Mrs. Earl t
: p.m.
the Debbie for the
the members during year. county.; Mowry daughterof 'tax* aanesaed year
activity will run one week. Sun- Metts arrived Thursday. Mr.and 1969 are now delinquent and
DELL CHAPTER 168 Principal Lennard Registertold Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mow-
beginning April 1, 1970. ouch
day services will start with Sun- Mrs. Metis attended the 4-H
The regular meeting of Dell of the summer Instructional ry. also won a medal for her taxe are drawing Intercit of
School at 9:30. At 11 Evan- with the Reeds Thurs-
Chapter 168 will be held Thurs- day swimming program and the four Interest In career leadership in banquet one percent per month. plus
Fusco will speak tellingthe and visited here proportionate coat" of publlfthln
gelist day evening.
day night June 4, In the Masonic week academic classes scheduled addition to her project blue rib- the notice unlenv the amounts
Hall on Brownlee Street. All story of how she was healedof for July. Class A lunches bon. Walter Prevatt, grandsonof with them through Saturday.Mrs. set opposite each name. below f-
broken The the 5th of JuneA.
neck. publicIs before
a are paid
members are asked to please will be sacked at the Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklns D. 1970. Warrants will be
Invited to attend. Otto Mrs. C.R.
be present and on time. Business High School cafeteria and de- won the county; key award. Project Hicks Issued,therein dlreotlnn the levy
of vital Importance. GREATER ALLEN Chapel AME livered to the school for the blue ribbons also went to Hicks and turle, attended Uni- ''upon personal the property seizure of tax tangible payer.
Church in Gainesville
Church Rev. C.E.Jenkins pastor students.Mr. Randy and Mark Joyner sons versity Baptist and the amount of taxes. In- ,
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Tuesday night,June 2,Choir Register thanked the PTA of Mr. and Mrs. Rance Joyner; Sunday evening. eluding the" the penalties coat of are advertisingand a. fol
EBENEZER Baptist Church, No. 1 rehearsal. Services will membership for all their assistance Mike Mowry Stormy Reed and lowe:
Rev Leroy Davis pastor. Bible begin Sunday with Sunday Schoolat during the current school Pat Reed. Mike Reed is presi- Monday Hampton evenirg City; June Council 8,for meets their Ayer Bells !Saw Oarai-e! Co. S 5.01.63 LIVING COSTS
Class Thursday (tonight Sunday 10 a.m. Lovefeast Service at year. For next year he suggested dent of the newly-organized 4-H Blue Tavern 4.24
and the
School at 9:45: ; Morning service 11 a.m. Communion will be givenIn the project of obtaining a Horse Club in the county. regular monthly meeting Colonial Florist 12.11
10:45 BTU 5 16 mm movie projector to replace following Monday June 15,a spe- Lu' .MotelAppliance 29.76 ,
Evening .
; p.m. wor- the 6 p.m. service. cial meeting is call for water- Jo Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home' Now
ship at 6:30.: All members and MT. PISGAH AME Church,Rev. the present outdated one. PERSONALSMr. he'. Kite 91
friends Invited to attend. George Lee pastor. Sunday Mrs. Zimmerman, sixth grade and Mrs. E.B. Weeks of 8 sewage p.m. at discussion.the city; hall.Both are at New. Method Fish Market Cleaners 23 1.811,91 and SAVE! ,
GREATER BETHLEHEM Free School 10 a.m. Morning serviceat teacher and PTA officers will Boynton Beach spent last week- Shell Service Station 16.05
Will Baptist Church Rev.Jasper 11. make plans for a party to be end here with his aunt, Mrs. Starke Sunooo Nursing Station Home Inc 118 4.41 8Texaco Our Low Overhead Means Savings For You I
given sixth graders who will Mrs. Inez Coleman and 7 00
M.L. Watterson.Mrs. son Service Station .
be attending Bradford Middle Robert Krenack and Jerry ofJacksoavlllevisited Friday Unity Madia! Williams Cafe Est, J 6..J 01! Phone 964-6657 U. S. :301 North

More School next year. daughters of Miami are visit- and Saturday with her Merrill Edwards Tax ColSector. ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET t
BradforditGS Due MoneyTo Mrs. Collins thanked the fac- ing here for several days with brother-in-law ans sister Mr. City Of Starie1e itrb4
ulty; for thelrcooperatlonlnmak- Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Hamel. and Mrs. Otto Hicks. STII.
Spend Coming Months ing the recent fish fry a great Mrs. J.G. Adkins attended the -. ..

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Residents of Bradford County < average return of $198 list JUNE BRIDETOBEMiss '
Linda Stone whose wed- II
Will have to
more money year II
ding to Buck: Matthews Is planned
spend In the months ahead for June 27, of honor FRESH I
was guest '
checks arriving The local buying potential Is
thanks to bigger 1 !
Thursday evening at a miscellaneous -
from Washington includIng being Improved also, by lar. shower at Hampton City; 1I I
tax refunds. of some $819-: ger BOCa security checks. The Hall.
000 going: to some> 3,500 ;residents amount' In the put four Lovebugs and daisies decor- I FOOD
of The ccunty.\ months to the 1,720 (approximate ated the party room and the 1 : CHOPS

) in Bradford County) theme was carried out In the 1 '
(More money will go also to 'who are reoelvng them 'was game with Mrs. Herman Bowers 11 1
postal! workers) and other nearly $69,000 greater than In and Miss Sandee Youngblood 1I 1 I
Federal employees in the' area the previous four months. as prizewinners. White cloths I FRYERS III 68s ; FAIRSUPERMARKETS
'whose pay has been upped, by
covered the gift and refreshment
Federal 1 .",.' 1., '"e
amt r.nv. 1I I
six per cent retroactive to table., and yellow candles flanked I
local area are receiving more
December 27. the
punchbowl circled with ferns
money by sharing In the hies'' and daisies. II --------------------
Cake candles, nuts II ;
Finally there ere the :ret'ir- of more than $2 S billion that and punch were served to the
ed people and others who receive 'will be distributed under the 63 present by the hostesses CHUCK s
social' ceourltcy>> payments temporary settlement.' Mrs Melvin Hamel, Mrs. C.R. FLORIDA ; ;

have each been month.increased Their by" checks 15 percent There increases combined Mrs.Hicks,Don Mrs.Hill Lawton Mrs.George Youngblood Ken-, GRADE 'A1 1 1 when Savings CountCOUNT .
'With the forthcoming end of C ROAST
With an additional check: nan, and Mrs. W.D. Carter. ON US!
the surtax should produce: a> I I I
;last month to cover the Increase I
: for January and February strong upynrd thrust to bust ENVIRONMENTAL MEETINGAT 11 tii1lQ 1 1
previously omitted. zeds In the coming months. CITY HALL TONIGHT I WHOLE BAGGED I 1
Reports Bradford 5 4 .
on County's SAVE lOt LBHUNT'S JUNI 10th.
All this means more money IF WE DON'T RAVE: IT environmental health situation, I 1 LB ."."tity right. ,...,...... 1

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increased' business for local Supplies, Furniture Equip various committees, will be presented .
merchants.' at tonight's meeting at
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The average tax refund U Hampton City Hall at 7:30 p.m. COUNTRY STYIISMOKED
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I [: KEYSTONE=HEIGHTS = ] Largest Senior Class Graduates I i, ;l I ,',': 1 1 ''y'I S

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MELROSE At Keystone Heights$ High School x, "'

.. The largest graauanng class :president i : -
In the Matory of Keystone Heights Principal Charles Rlderwlll

Hit ices .. High School frill receive diplomas present ten awards Including
I rKeystone j jI In commencementexercises one for activities and one tor .
at 8 pjn. Saturday, June 6, at athletics, and subject awards tor Q ,
By GLORIA REDFEAKN -J j the football stadium The featured English, social activities and one
speaker will be State Bepresentattve for athletics, and subject awards r A
PleasGIRL Call 473-3288 or 473-4182 j 1 Gene Shaw, of for English social studies,science

__ } Starke. and mathematics. Special
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Top honor students of the 1970 awards for English, social studies -
class are 'oxann Ketch daughter sceince, and mathmatfcs.
SCOUTS Crest waaalaopnaentedtoLuataR of Mr, and Mrs. ArUetr'Ifetc0. Special awards will also be presented
COURT OF AWARDS RuflnnL who la valedictorian, and American Post 0. rA r/
83 held their farewell to Mn,, by Legion .' ......, .-sar..
Girl Scout Troop u all bid a f fI Stephanie Shaughnessy, daughter 202. Junior Woman's Club Uon- .., .

Court at Award on) May: 28. Bender, co-leader, and will her be I of Robert Shaughnessy who la alias, and Rotary Club. -TTrihilEe7ClaT Electric CoopertllvrHlreetor' la
invited to attend Wanda who
Parents were daughter,
alutatoiran. Both will deliver
Diplomas, 1 will be
ceremonies and skits. A this summer. presented by four winners In the Co-op's recent '
the moving away brief addresses Other speakers Clay. County School Superintendent pictured with the
Flag Ceremony opened the program Six girls were bridged to Cad- will Include Jack Wlngate. class Jesse TyvB.Baaa essay contest (from left): Jean Ann Jones.! Sandra
and was presented by Kelly ette Troop 190: Cindy Tw Imett, president,, aodJoannBenaonWce Thompklns Paula Robblns. and Shelia Yarbrough.
Yvette Suzanne Gas-
Adriame Gassett. JoAnna Knepper.
Babb. .. .......... ._
and Annette Walker. Laurie Martin,Kim Larsen, ---- Uu'uI
Walker sett "" "'g" H ..g8gNews .........._
Badges were awarded to Renee and Vivien Payne. Mrs. Payne Clay Electric Names WinnersIn
Magnus. Wanda Bender, Cindy Cadette leader, welcomed them I IBy
Turknett, Suzanne Gassett,Tammjr to Cadette Scouting and extended Wins Rotary Scholarship I- i i4 Notes m".n"1 Essay Wring Con fest"iH'
Forsythe, Linda BedelL Y- an Invitation to attend Cadette
null Walker, Kim Larsen, Ad- meetings every Tuesday, 8:30 to Helen Egan |
rlame Gassett. Annette Walker 8:30 pjn. at the Community Johnny Warren, a senior at Keystone Heights High p&lii7I&i
JoAnna Knepper, Laurie Martin, Church. School is congratulated by Keystone Rotary President ,- ..eo.tMm
Kelly Babb, Vivien Payne Elisabeth The skits presented were E. A. Rushton upon his selection to receive the nave
Parsons and Terry DyaL "Graduating Ghosts" by Patrol annual Rotary Scholarship Award for 1970. Johnny COMMUNITY CHURCH WOMENAt circle), Mrs. James Cook; with r ; Ute atid.'i99: -1Si
the May 18 Annual Lunch- Mrs. Arthur Mannerlng. '
Troop Crests and World Assocation 1, "Crafty Craftsmen, Patrol2, : ;
the basis of his academic record, as 'pSeaiodt'# _
Pins were presented to and Clown Blackouts" Patrol was chosen on eon and Meeting, newly elected Following the outdoor picnic by
six Brownie t, -ups, Cathy Martin 3. well aa leadership ability In many extracurricular officers and appointive officers of the Nightengales on May 18, ra, penuve Inc.Ralph ''.t Pin. tile oral
Caroline Parsons, Joyce Roberts Refreshments were preparedand activities. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Warren of the Church Women were introduced Mrs. Louts Kyle's birthday: was F The 1Mt afJ."t B dra 'sera r each a a
Terri MCI aughllq,Brenda served by Shirley Larsen, of Heights.' by the President-elect, celebrated, with those attending tG184 t a.v. :A tti OIJ. 1IIIII I
Klesow and Debbie Slegler.Trooo Martha Dval. Ernestine Forsythe: Keystone Mrs. Barry Wyman, as follows: presenting her with a basketful .........., ,,J cia of
1st Vice Prlsldent, Mrs. Wal- of cards. These, together witha :riJl11'JoIn.'x;' '1';'
and Fran rurKnen. Baccalaureate ter Grollck (Program Chair- very personal birthday cake, son of Keystone Heights;.Dor*
The Court of Awards concluded man}; 2nd Vice President, Mrs. In white with soft green decor- 'In 1, *tar Jewell Jaaahtar of Mr.
the second year for Troop 83. Services Held A.P. Hallman(Mllllionary Chairman ations and radlng Happy Birthday :: fed llrs. Ei\i Lee Jewell otLake /

SUCCESS TO We have had many enjoyable experiences For KHS Seniors ); Secretary, Mrs. Charles Dell; all of which she took 1 lira'. Butler: Mark Jordan,
during the past year.In Smith; and Treasurer, Mrs. home and In return invited the "on of ,
.. November we had a bike : PRsltod
Ralph Barker. Circle members to her home
hike to Cold Head Branch. We Graduates of Keystone heights Committee Chair- )fr.I 0
Appointive where they shared the birthday dR and Mr-
ALL/ cooked out lunch on buddy burners High School were advised to find 1r. N'. 8,Gf
Circle Leaders
G't men and are: cake on her blrthdate of May 22. of Mr. '
and vagabond stoves followed security; within themselves in :vabr t'oaat: Hkrt,
by a hike to the old mill site a Baccalaureate address delivered Greeson Parliamentarian Spiritual, Mrs Life, Kelly Mrs. COMMUNITY CHURCH iad.+...........-:'- _..... Walker of 1 1ine

This outing earned the cyclist Sunday night by Father L.C. Gayle; Finance, Mrs. R.C. SERVICESThe terT A. lour y ntil'CMT WUIIJft'IwiU.
for those attending.In Edward Kirby >in St. William's ; : : .... lfl1to
badge .,
DAVIS Sunderland; Membership, Mrs. Chairman of the Pulpit qtr.-.. f--Green.. Cove .... 1 will
small Catholic Church. .
December we bought ** W.
Kitchen Mrs. t.
Nettle Stitchberry; Nominating Committee, Roy JuniorSeniorSprings. '
DRY CLEANERS toys and filled four stockings for Alex Gaunt; Co-Chairman, Mrs. Turknett, In behalf of the entire 'lar6t Opb;.
Gainesville "Today there is a tendency to \ 'f] MOM eta.;gagoa
in '
the Salvation Army -
Fred Smith; Publicity, Mrs.F.P. committee who have worked dIlIgently : -Juniors''r were { ;
value social status and 6ve day -Wj leur
money Egan; Co-Chairman, Mrs. John and faithfully> to securea .Ri;:he.eight final., for : in .action. To*
often at the sacrifice of human t
In March went camping .ffovanunent
Glllls; Sunshine, Mrs. Thomas minister-candidate, made a 4'b T.; bed the fl a1Ja'IaIaI.4It .. '
Park for week principles, the speaker told trip begins Jijae\ iWr'r.
O'Leno State
at v
Gregory; Co-Chairman, Mrs. report to the congregation (in qt J, fcasli> of their
end. It was cold but enjoyed bj members of the graduating __ ... ... ._ .
Margaret Howe; Hospitality; writing) In regard to Rev. William : '" <0-- '- --- -::-:::-;;- ----- ---
class. Faith is far val-
all who went. The highlight was more
lr Mrs. William Beam, Sr.; Book S. Brown who Is currently -
,,, a ride through the back areas uable. Honor and Integrity cannot -
of Golden Memories, Mrs. Al serving the United Church of
of the park at night and the be bought, but must be Bachmann; Co-Chalrman, Mrs. Christ in Meadvllle, Pe. Rev.
Good luck{ tall tales of past history toll earned. Toy Farrls; Pianist, Mrs. Jack Brown was scheduled to preach I Learn To Swim. .
by the ranger. Even though 11
) "You and 1 must never feel Haberstroh. on May 31 and again on June I
was scary, no one had nightmares -
7 In
sufficient unto ourselves in confiding Community; Church pulpit I Swim Better
committee has reviewed his ,
too much In modem
On April 24 we took a trip
Circle 1, Mrs Roy Turknett qualifications and also
PALADINRESTAURANT to Six Gun Territory. This was discoveries, and no longer seek with Mrs. Lou Gaunt, coleader Mm in Meadvllle. "Rev. Brown I ,,::: Classes; Each Tuesaay,
higher realities, such as
certainly] a fun tilled day with any God and Heaven," Father Kirby ; Circle 2, Mrs.Aughtry Vance has several college degrees such I Q Wednesday Thursday.
all the new rides.
with Mrs. S.E. Kennedy; Circle as Philadelphia College of Bible
Our thanks to everyone who said.The Baccalaureate ceremonies 3, Mrs. John Glllls, with Mrs. ThIel College of Greenville, I ,,. Staffing JUNE 16. In
"Home 'o! Fine Food" helped us do these things by were opened with an invocation Gertrude Chrlstoffers; Circle 4, Pa; Reformed Episcopal Seminary I Beautiful Modern 20x40

buying Girl Scoutcalendara.Girl Scout Cookies and by Dr. James Neale, and closed Mrs. John Bird, with Mrs. Bea and the USA Chaplains I Ft. Pool In a Lovely Setting .
Al Johnson tl
Klmmons; Circle Smomtngcircle School. In this latter capacity I
with benediction by Rev. William .
!In .
will Sep-
Meetings resuem
Jones ), Mrs. Ruth Cresson with he served as an Army Chaplain I
tember. Mrs. Thelma Wallace; Rebeccas in World War II.'His preI I M.
All members of Troop 83 wish Commencement exercises will Advanced Swimming 9:00 To 9:30 A.
(evening circle), Mrs. Ernest sent pastorate has been for the I
be held at 8 0' To
Saturday night Intermediates 9:30 10:00) A.M.
to thank their leader, Mrs. Her- -
McLean, with Mrs Charlotte past 23 years. His son, Samuel
Clock at the football stadium.
schel. and co-leader, Mrs. Gregory; Nlghtengales (evenings Brown, Jr., !is a Professor at Beginners (group) 10:00: To 10:30 A. M.
Bender, fora wonderful year. the University; of Florida. Rev. I Private Lessons (lor 2)) 10:30 To 11:00 A.M.,

Brown comes highly recommended !
and the pulpit committee AFTERNOON CLASSES
New officers of the Keystone Is anxious: for church members : Adult Classes 4:00 To 4:30 P.M.
Club Installed
I Heights Woman's were ctess and associate members to meet .
]tl "' at a tea held at the I him and '
49; consider him for the MRS. FRED
clubhouse on Tuesday, May 28. -
I, I, OU ." new church pastor Although he
The '0 !
installing officer was Mrs.
Is a father and grandfather, he
M Sinclair Eaton, District Five director -"Ph.. 473-4 Q$
1 dsScales Is so well liked In his church, ;

of Gainesville. Mrs.
9t that the youngsters call him"Pop"
Ralph H. Lewis, district secre- A970
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Service Station tary, also of Gainesville, was Brown. I Qualified Instructor! -Keystone;{ :H ptht.

a guest.
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New Officers for the 1970-71 Foodtownw.

year are: President, Mrs. Earl ['f 4'fik 53 8ES.'Zti ::kk.q RKSO::: ati'$,:i'x: ;: :.:;:::;'r:::;.ti::::::ti n::::si: ; :{:"+n'::;;is'r'i,; :::.4'Lvv'5 ic
A. Scales, Prop.
Voyles; First Vice President, c:,: I
Mrs. Winton Keeth; Second Vice I -".''
President, Mrs. Ralph Barker, I -' !c!
BEST Recording Secretary, Mrs. Julius I; 'w
Hanson Corresponding Sec-
retary, Mrs. Norma Morgan,and KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 111..::' I
WISHES Treasurer, hire Fremont ..
Tolles. !;,!

THURS FRL SAT. JUNE 4 5,6 s;: i.
Following the tea, Mrs. Sara '
McDonald, retiring president, 11;
pinned Mrs. Voyles with the Pre MEd iliU JOHW"mol. :
KEYSTONE WATER WORKS sident's pin. i', 'INImI'' j(1nMMn q1 to IM PmrInm -?
Mrs. David Nelson presenteda k! } I
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past president pin to Mrs. jJ/ -
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Sara McDonald. :;

Hostesses for the Installation EVv *' WAlKl'R' V VAASI AflK"rwaar"o::b {:

were Mrs Earl Voyles, Mrs. .. .._.-._..,anl-. :- ..
GOOD LUCK McDonald and Mrs.Arthur Ketch. ret

Sun.. Aion. June 7, H Tues., Wed., Juno 9, 10
.. GRADSrKEYSTONE! Anne's Young Churchmen's
r. ,;, ?, r'' Teen Group entertained the EYC ,EDGAR ALLAN iWfll POE DBrighten? SWKIMMIM l
?, fi tt'. ''i' Group of St, Mark's In Starke K, or
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.'!.i with a cook-out, swimming and '' St4 P ;1 '
water skiing party; last Sunday ; A 1p>iat SuN :: -
; at the home of Mr. and Mrs. '
BEAUTY SHOP Tom Garnar on Swan Lake. Mr. W Pry KN, Iw t temae : .
i and Mrs. Paul Canova and Mr. .. '1 +N Imo. '::. RAY FAAMEA EVANS MDfN AOONEY 5'

Edith Johnson aM Mrs. William Carter of St. .;:Ii i

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Baker, Donald Aubry Nooney, Kenneth Earl bright milestonein wish you

Baker, Harry William Payton, Gerald Andrew your marchto continuingsuccess.

Baker, William Edwin, Jr. Promo, Kenneth Melvin achievement.
It's your world, now, Buff, Randy L. Senior! Class Ridaught, Debra Lee
Go out and make
your dreams come Belote, Suzanne Richardson, Mary Susan

true. Benson, Jo Ann Seymour, James Madison Keystone Heights

Bickel, Tina Jane Shaughnessy, Stephanie Holiday Lounge
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sue Davis, Patricia Diane Kaufmann, Janet Ruth "Warren, John William, Jr. Of 1970.

Foster, Richard Clark Ketch, Roxann
Wingate, Jack Graham ,r rI
of yourFuture Funderburk, Michael Cecil Limehouse, Celia Kay Wolfe, William Monroe, Jr. I 'Hti

Grayson. Stanley William Mann, Ruth Ann Weimer, Cassandra Claire

Hague, Hoyie Benton Meek, Rebecca Dee Yoho, Geraldine Ann

Harvey, Carol Ann Murwin, Linda Marie

Hawes, Deborah Carmen Manning, Clayton Haywood

Hayes, Dana SliP Miller, Truby Clayton Honor Students


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Community Owned Community Built Community Builder .
Phone 473-4279 B. (Bill) BeJota

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gin June 15 from 7 to 9 p.m. v....v............... welcomes! consumer inquiries.! added.

O'EHILiTES The school is open to all chil- Fly-by-Night Photographers May A telephone check with the Anyone who ban beootntf kvolved >>

MELROSE: dren in the community from be- INDIAN BEACH local Chamber of Commerce in a fraud o* tbU\\ type

ginners through intermediates. Better Business! Bureau: or should contact the Fiona*

1 By Joyce Howe Bibles were presented Sundayto Fail To Deliver Goods After Paid law enforcement agency can Department of Agriculture and
Those (tk BMte+ Phi Tallafaanea.
.. graduates in the Church. provider' Information! BI hop ConsumerSerrlOM In -
CCont1nUed troatVt 141' receiving them were: Rachel By: Michael H. Chltty : .

Mark's, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ashley, Mary ZInkle Connie I.*. 470-( >171 Parents>:. of young children use them> as I easy' v1>ctlms. -
Anne's assisted in SCHOOL NEWS Morris, Terry McGill, James of citizens often:
of are
Moody St. &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&- land the elderly are' some Elderly
the activities. Thirty; young pea The big school news this weekis Hayes, Karen Deyarmond, Chris- the "vtct ms" tt unscrupulous very sensltva to any emotional

ple attended. of course, that summer vacation tine Brantley, Quinton Christie, friends! This is traveling- photographers,: : who vales pitch, so they( /too fall DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
starts Friday. Martha Mathews, and Betsy Huff. Greeting your take "pictures for an Advance ito these so-called photogmphers"Bishop -
Revised plans for the proposed Students have been having a Four area high schools were water logged reported bringingyou
fee" and then neverprovide said.
new Parish Hall for St. Anne'sChurch represented by these ten sen- the news of Santa Fe. We
I were received this week busy week. There was a field iors. have had two toadstraglers this !, the photos, the Florida Normal prooedure for such STARKEPHONE
Wednesday. There have been
Willis day Department of Agriculture ;promoters ha aad'.1s/ to "es
from the Architect, Mr. sing-outs. Mrs. Parr's class put week and our lake Is going up '
Mr.Stevens and; Consumer Services tablish temporary offices: "to! a 964.6200KEYSTONE
Jacksonville. -
Stevens of on a puppet show. Classes have HOMEMAKERS CLUB again. If it keeps raining we
will be at St. Anne's on also had picnics on the grounds. The Melrose Homemakers Club are going to have water in our 'warned this week. town with telephone numbers -
June 7 following the 9:30 a.m. Thursday the 5th graders will met for the final meeting of It looks like that Ccmmtasloner! of Agriculture and addresses so that it ap-
there again.no is Doyle Conner' said the to be.. legitimate
service. honor the 6th grade with a the season Thursday. in between, it / pears HEIGHTSPHONE
luncheon In the school cafeteria Plans are being made to panel either too wet or too dry. Department of Consumer Ser- business. Then they make
LITTLE LEAGUE Special guests will be Mrs.Helen the Inside of the building and? Well, let's see what has been vices is receiving complain' their visits, requiring cash) 47.1-3176
Well, Banner finally got beat Long, Putnam County Elemen- some remodeling. It Is hoped happening to the Chlttys this from throughout Florida payments in advance for

and guess who did itall those tary Supervisor, and Mrs.Gussie that it will be finished by the week. Wednesday, my mother, about such practices. proofs. OJten\ A photo Is never
boys Gus and Mitch's team9 Adams. Putnam County Lunch- next meeting. Funds to completethis grandmother and I went to Wll- Robent J Bishop, division taken. Then they leave town .
9 to 5 and needless to say there room Supervisor. project will be collectedby listen to take grandmother to "director, said complaints involve without a trace"

were a lot of happy faces seen Melrose Elementary parents bake sales and contributions.The the doctor: for a checkup and to individuals who use Bishop!; advised consumers to

at the- Dairy Dasher after the enjoyed an evening of entertain- club plans a bake sale near visit my aunt, Clara Sullivan.On trailer parks TnhJch. house the check //the background and re-

game. Pitching for Gus and Mitch ment by elementary students the 15th of each month. The the way back, we visited elderly and subdivisions putation of salesmen before

were Larry GoldthourpeandJody! Monday at the final meeting of next sale will be June 13. Any- Corine and Alfred Hudson. where there are plenty of making payments in advance. KNOW YOURFURNITURE

Smart. Pitching for Banner were the Melrose Elementary PTA. one who wishes to place a spe- Thursday, Visited my grandmother children: aa I choice spots for "You can prevent this: fraud .. ,
Bruce Bleasdale and Harry Wagner Students performed games races cial order for baked goods may Chitty in Starke.We were [their financial harvests, from happening to :you by I

This exciting game also tumbling and singing In do so by calling Mrs. James expecting company from Alabamaon "Naturally. parents are Interested : simply: checking on unknown Cv I
showed us three home runs in the school gym. Parents also Robbins or Mrs. W.H. Allen.A Friday, so Father) my grandmothers In. luring pictures of photographers before doing. gF' I
Gene Buffington I to the
succession and went down
had an opportunity to view art covered dish luncheon was their children at :various stages business\ with them," !he advised ,
who plays for Gus and Mitch. Oklawaha River Friday morningto
work by the children that was held following the meeting.Meet- cl growth and the swindlers r
Kim's Shell defeated. McKay'sIn on display in the auditorium and Ings will resume In September. find a campsite for them to 41 no A leg". ,|.............a ifM.." ...wnBtMABcWtanShould .. .._- ...._.- By BILL WiL O L!
a close one, 5 to 4. Pitching halls of the school.A camp at and to do some fish- .............
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for Kim's were Arnold Reed business meeting followedin DAY CARE CENTERA ing. It was a meserable, wet : ;
and Randy Mllllken; for McKay'swere the school cafeteria.Members dream of the Melrose ActIon day and we all got soaked try- .. : / !

Kevin Bannon and Neal heard a report on the recent car- Committee became reality ing to fish, but we caught some .. YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN r

Cannon nival. It was also requested that Monday when the Melrose Day anyway. When Uncle Howard and you .S NEW YORK IN
Aunt Lena Bradberry, their son .
$200 set in the budget mightbe .
up Care Center opened. MAC has .
HERE N' THERE better used to help purchasea Jimmy, his wife Movine and Watchers? THOSE DAYS
Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Bachmannhad duplicating machine for the been working on this project daughters, Belinda and Jeanenne come .. ,+
a house guest for the Memorial several months at the requestof arrived from Oxford,Ala,mother .
school. This voted down '
I:. Day Weekend Miss No- but it was agreed to set asidean several working mothers in brought them on down to the river .. just because we're If you think New York is glamorous and
reen Stark from New York City, this area. and we had a big fish fry. Saturday i
additional $150 for the ma- n should have
gay now, it back
The Center is for pre-school you seen way
formerly from Mrs. Bachmann'shometown. chine in addition to the play- we all stayed in the lake 4.;. in the 1750V Fox hunts F'
Appleton, Wlsc. children and is under the direct- and enjoyed swimming even if talked about so much ? in Brooklyn. .
ground money. David Mills assisted 'ro horse '
Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Rushton Mrs. Bert Chlapplnl Mrs.Dock ion of Mrs. the weather was bad. Jean and : racing on Long t
left May 30 to attend the Rotary Tison, and Mrs. Virgle, Rowe by a VISTA worker. Mrs.Marie Russ Pierce of Gainesville came .. ; And fashion?
International Convention in agreed to form committee to Worthen is in charge of down and had supper with us. I'fIsland The latest for ladies
Atlanta from May 31 through decide which playground equip food. The children are fed break- Sunday, Johnnie and Ida Robertsand : It's true that Weight Watchers* the experience, the know-how. : : were pockets! that
June .4. After the convention they ment to purchase.New fast and dinner plus two snacks. son Rigdon of Orange Springs Y has been commended by governors, and the understanding, that Is so held a "tolerable J

will spend a few days in the officers for next year These meals will meet the stan- spent the day with us. And that : mayors and civic leaders from coast Important a really good : 1ft) sized muslin handkerchief
mountains before returning to dards set up for day care cen- about winds up the Chlttys. 'to coast. We've even been honored weight control program No lode .
Atlanta on Sunday, June 7, for were also installed at this meet- ters and will provide the nutri- Lamar and Gladys Malphurs of In the CONGRESS OF THE UNITED No pills, We actually help you S. 'f.lli: and smelling I
the Christening of their grand ing.Mrs. tional needs of children this age. Jacksonville were down from : STATES, not to mention the "r.-educate" your eating habits. bottle. ;
daughter, Kimberly Lynn Rush- Harry Dorman,president, The Center has a fencedInarea Friday to Tuesday. Jerry and S magazine articles In LIFE, TIME, You come to us because wereLADIES' : I '
too, in the Dunwoody Methodist had resigned and the executive for playing and there will Bootsie Lowe and son Jerry, HOME JOURNAL ready 'to help you whenever :

Church. committee elected Mrs. Betty be some teaching. Raymond Malphurs, Jr.. Donald : WOMAN'S DAY and dozens of you need It.Whenever. In the home, it be-
I' -. Mr. and Mrs. Hal S. Wright Duncan to serve as presidentnext There is a need for children'stables Bishop, Freddie Muggins and other publications. you're ready S m came quite stylish to +S;
and children, Halford, Anne and year. She was Installed with and chairs, a mop, a Ronnie Lowe, all Jacksonville, : But 'that's not why you should call us. The one and : decorate the fireplace
Memorial the other officers, Mrs. Ayleen wall clock, toys, and books. Any- the weekend with them Watchers. l lWeight 1
Mike from Ocala spent all spent : come to us If you're overweight.You only Weight ( with blue and 7f
Smith Vice-president, and Mrs. one who would like to donate
Day Weekend at the Holiday and enjoyed boating and skiing. come to us because 'the
Joyce Rowe, Treasurer. Mrs. of these items is urgedto white tiles, marble ,,
Beach Cottages in Keystone. Mr. any Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal, Bob- : Watchers method Is asuccess. :
Wright is the brother of Mrs. Jerry Jackson administered the do so. by and Linda of Brooker visited S We've helped hundredsof ( hearths fancy man. Tn" Hr pUe* In 17.0'
W.H. Redfearn, Sr. oaths of office. The cost will be $1 t per day Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller last ,thousands of people WEIGHTIffi'of V : itk tels carved of Mahogany.
Room count was won by Miss for each child. The Center will '
Sunday. Mrs. Geneva Tanner of : the United States and c This was New
Mrs. Melba'Igen] hosted a bri- Bennett's class. be open from 7:30: a.m. to 5 Starke was also a visitor. Don S in other parts of the world 'to WATCHERS i' York in the 1750's and and 60'.

dal shower on May 23 for bridetobe p.m. Monday through Friday.For and Nell Thorne and children : lose weight and keep II off. Somol.lknl.somo'onnllo.nd' J :
Margaret Pater. Attending more Information or registration arrived Saturday. Nell and the You come to us because we hove 4 program 'thai'work. t
Melrose is happy to welcometo contact Mrs. Mills at 4754431. '
were the honoree's mother children will be here for a week .
and paternal grandmother, along our community Rev. and Mrs. and Don will join them again next .. Call 473-3154 Today ,; Bodcock
Milton and their
with 12 other guests. The honoree weekend.
Michael. He is the ministerof There' Weight" Watchers class near you :
was presented a gift of her new Bridge winners last week were: Paul, Lee and Greg Strand- : a
china by the hostess. Ellam Baptist Church, and Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs.J.P. berg of Jacksonville, and Sam, : Starke Pratt St. Recreation' Dept : f

Mrs. Karl Anderson of Wilson, comes from the Black Creek Baptist Vose, .1st place; Mrs. John Bren- Dorothy and Charles Henry But- Mondays 7:00: P.M. starting May 11 : ,UNrURE.and APPLIANCES
N.C. has recently visited with Church near Penney Farms. nan and Mrs. E.P. Wright 2nd ler of Ormond Beach were week- :

her mother, Mrs. Thomas Bry An Informal reception was held place; Mrs. A.V. Bannister and end guests of Mrs. Jo Strand- : Ask lor free brochure Sew.lrs 'l.
ant, and her sister Mrs. Frank In their honor at the Church Fri Mrs. C.W. Hardy, 3rd place; berg. ,w.Ithns ....""".., 'IM'IMIwM1.I ffhit It the Twenty-Fir in a Series)
'wtt"s'IM "'III'w., ..I5I.*Mtfn Inhr./hML' ,IM e..t M,1 '. .. .. ..
day night. Homemade cream Mrs. Al Bachmann and Mrs. ; :.0:: CopyrliM' 1B5T" F ul C "In
Igen.I ] Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Cattlettof a
,. r rrl
I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan have and cake were served, as mem- W.J. Grolick, 4th place. Jacksonville were guests of .........M.................N.......N..S1 h; .' r .;O;'"", '
bers and the minister and his family .,
returned from their eight day the Daryl Barrows for a fewr,1
became .
cruise in the Islands.They sailed r w IM
Vacation Bible School will,bff Ma a fwd : '. ..A '4Ilt ; Par- ,
aboard the M.S. Boheme and lg $ Groves, Mrs. Bobby
visited Freeport, St. Thomas, EWS' -;NOTES 1; 'hatn,-Mr;- and Mrs. Jimmy Bell, ,
V.L., San Juan, Puerton Rico ''Mr.and Mrs. Tommy Harellson Rk' s
and Haiti. They tad a delightful .. ball game In the Astrodomethe and Ralph Jones and children,
Continued from Page
!' time. While in St. Thomas St. Louis Cardinals playedthe ( all of Jacksonville were week-

they visited their son, Don and Houstone Asters. Then they end guests at Griffin's Lodge.An .
his wife. proceeded to Rio Honda, Texas FELLOWSHIP CLUBIn Marie was celebrating her

Rev. and Mrs. Milton J. scripture where they visited Mrs. Starnes' a true sense this Game 14th birthday and caught a 5

hosted a dinner party; cele- brother, Mr. and Mrs.Jack Wag Day held at St. Anne Parish lb. bass, her first one.
brating the birthdays of Mrs. ner. They traveled then to Mat- House on May 28 was just that. The fishing report from Grif-
Scripture and Mrs. Lillian Law amoras, Mexico and saw the Those attending had a real chummy fins is slim this week. Alan
rence. Attending were Mr. and sights, then to San Antonio to time, both in the game plays, and Glen Griffin and Zack Smith A deal
Mrs. Harold.Lawrence, Mr. and visit another brother, Bill Wag- as well as during refreshments. of Starke caught a 4-1/2, 7-1/2
is the editor of sev-
Mrs. Donald Lawrence and Mr. ner, who Unfortunately, the group was and 4 others from 2-1/2 to 3
Overmoyer. eral San Antonio newspapers. smaller than usual, due to Illness pounds Sunday evening. Lou Pap-
While visiting in San Antonio
Mayor and Mrs. Raymond of Chairman, Mrs. palla caught 42 shellcrackers on
Starnes have returned from their they visited the Alamo, the per- Ethel Weyman program, and several folks the sandbar. Sonny Harden and
vacation. While away they visited manent exhibits from the are out-of-town. Mr. and Mrs. Peg McMillan of Keystone believe
falr and the LBJ Ranch. After to in.
Heights caught 5 bass. Roy gelded
their son, Milton, and wife returnedto Julius Hanson, Treasurer and -
all this traveling they
Jeannie in Pensacola then tra- President, respectively, took Mr. and Mrs. Ed Taylor
Pensacola for a few days
Saturday and they caught 7 bass
velled on to Mobile Ala, where over directing the games. Mrs. ,
rest with their son and daughter-
the largest 7 Ibs. Friday, he
they visited Belllngraph Gardens. Nettie Smith second Vice President -
This was of particular interestto In-law. in charge of refreshments, and Jim Ising landed 14 bass.

Mr. Starnes as he was at served well this duty. Wednesday Roy and Mr. Zell-
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. ner caught 15 nice ones.
one time in business with the
Jr. hosted a dinner party for We have been catching our
Belllngraph family. While in Covered dish
JUNE 11th-
Houston they attended n ""ae- five couples preceding the Lions LUNCHEON DAY at 12:30 is a limit in the Oklawaha as have
31. Those From
Club May
on everyone else around Starke that dealerto
important one, as a rare
attending were: Mr. and Mrs. real fish there. Those redbellies and a
Jim Wharton,Mr. and Mrs.Frank treat will be awaiting those Thomas at- catfish just don't know when to

Walrath, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry tending. Mr. and Mrs. stop biting. Well, that's all for
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Norwood of Lake Santa Fe recently this week, see you next week.
Redfearn, Miss Susie Broadwayof returned from a trip a-
Starke, and Eric Redfearn. round the world and Mrs. Nor-
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox and wood will show slides of their believe in.

their son-in-law and daughter, trip, narrate same and also will for 3-year-olds through sixth
Mr. and Mrs. AI Calllouett, spenta exhibit articles of interest that grades, mornings of June 15-19
weekend at Crescent they collected on their trip.Mem- with registration at 8:30: on the
delightful bers are urged to bring a guest 15th. The young people, grades
DIRECTORYBEAUTY Beach. who might be Interested in join-
Mrs. Charles Newton, Girls seven up, will be meeting eve-
Ing the Fellowship Club. nings of same week. Mrs. Roy
Basketball Coach at Keystone
CIRCLE TWO Mrs. Aughtry
: Turknett
and Mrs. Ernest Mc-
Heights High School.gave a slumber -
SHOP Vance, chairman of the Church
members of the Lean will be In charge, with
party; for invited the
Women's Circle 2,
Those attend- leaders for the var-
Basketball Team.
members to her home on May ious
KEYSTONEBEAUTY ing were Kem Bonner, Debbie 28 for an organization meeting. courses.

Bleasdale, Susan Baker, Annie Through her kindness, each
SHOP Cardenas, Kendall Turner, Beth member was presented with a

Jackson, Christine Brokas Car- personal year book, and the list
EDITH JOHNSON Owner olyn Jordan, Stephanie Bannis- of members and officers of this
Person and Creative Hair Sty!- ter, and their mangers, Sally Circle. They are: Chairman, "" '
btg Every Form of Booty;: Naples and Patti McGlave. They Mrs. Aughtry Vance; cochairman ,? 0 0 to r1GVF""" was w

Culture -Tues.-Sat. 9-5; closed went to the movies, then ate, Mrs. Helen Kennedy;Spiritual BE A DO-IT-YOURSELf
Monday played records and In all hada Life Mrs. Khiva Nelson; EXTERMINATOR

very nice time. Secretary, Mrs. Emma LouWatson -
NURSERY Attending the Paul Golf Tourna- ; Treasurer, Mrs. Helen Titus Kontrol- A :'

ment at the Lake City Golf and ; Telephone, Mrs. Anna Rey-
Country Club were Mr. and Mrs. nolds; Sunshine (Birthday), Mrs. A-Bug :. .

O.C. Carnes Nursery: Gordon Lee, Gordon Bullock, Mr. Hazel McKay;and Publicity Mrs. Skylark Cu.tc.n
Helen V. Egan. The members HMMIEID[ NO HESS NO SIAiHIMI
and Mrs. W.H. Redfearn, Sr.,
Thousands of Cir- ill CmMi twet. but r .fa[nlii' Htm k .
plants decided that as a
and Mr. and Mrs. Don Shackle- present '' .
Fruit Trees-Stmde Trees ford. Also there were Mr. and cle they would NOT engage in MONTHS, -J l MIHUTZS/
Evergreens Mrs. Clarence Porch of Ocala any project but the cooperateand Awith

Camellias &: Azaleas who used to belong to the Key- work with the other Cir-
stone Club. cles on the one main project,
MOST ALL IN CANS The Sixth Graders of Keystone the November 6 Bazaar. The the man who sells and services the

PLANT ANY TIME School were honored, upon com- General Meeting will be the first If it takes value to make you believe car you buy. Good service can help you
Beautiful Roses pleting elementary school and Monday in September, and the DIXIE' CHEMICAL, COMPANY in a car,believe in the new Buick Skylark. maintain the value of your new car.
LandscapingPhone graduating to Junior High School, individual Circles will meet third BOX Sim- m""o"ivilll' FLA 3J2O7 Every Buick is crafted with integrity that its drive train and chassis are liter. Check the good deals your Buick

with a buffet dinner on May 30 Monday afternoon at 1:30: p.m. STARKE And filled with value. ally tuned to the bias-belted tires that are dealer is offering right now on the Buick

,.. 659-2165 at the new lake home of Mr. ((,Sept.; 21)) SUrke Builder Supply You get( things like a cooling system standard equipment. So that they'll lust of your choice. If you're looking for something
and Mrs. George Richarson. A Starling FRM Feed Store that should never overheat even with air even longer and provide even greater to believe in,you'll)find it there.
23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on blue and white color scheme was PERSONALS> Eaw,1s Grocery conditioning traction. After all. wouldn't you really rather
Hwy. 100 at Florahome carried out with the flower arrangements Mr. and Mrs. Houston Dris- You get an automobile so well built One other point. Value also has to do have a Buick?
on each table and coll have returned from a fine LAWTEY
the centerpiece for the food ta- vacation trip and visit to Mrs. J. W Waters Store

S. E. MoKAY. REALTOR white ble. Place mortar cards boards of were blue used and Driscoll's. relatives in California. Thompfct" Grocery. : Buick Value/BuickDealers. I LGM! I

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-481 and certificates of graduationwere Mr. and Mrs. William Pinon Rrookfr Green' !Store'

Appr l"al Service at each place. Games and made a short trip to their Leroy, Hampton Gncra' ctnre; Something to believe in. .M MIRwY1Mqsuc.Mame
The Best I. Lakefront dancing were played after the Kan. home where they gather
Home, Acreage Rentals dinner. Each mother contributeda for the Memorial Day servicesfor inks Butler Snlre IGA ,_

ASSOCIATES food dish and it was thoroughly their Veteran: son for whom Mary Carter Pal.its Distributor
Mrs. Melba Been 473-4744" enjoyed by all. A special the park has been dedicated.

CN L. !J. J.JUblnaon CheMlocto 473-4C7 1S1t21PAOR thanks for to inviting Mr. and them.Mrs. Richardson "CORRECTION Church Bible School: Community Is planned Hrnne 96-1-7023 I Special notice:prices of all 197D) Opens!have been reduced at your Buick.Opel Dea1erwith no change m features"or equipmentlCEVS1 ; I

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Rita Clement, 56, of 2 Fro : inns -1-1CHURCH

Klngsley Lake, died Saturday.

May 30 following an extended
r Illness. She was born In Kaaka.

Pa. on May 7, 1914 and was a

la her husband.Willie BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Surviving LATTER DAY SAINTS 125.Northwestof Law- Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Morn-
Highway Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
: ;
Clement of Starke Sunday School. 10 Morning
Caataldo 1404 E. Bessent Send tey. Sunday School 10 ajn.MornIng Morning Worship and Communion Ing Worship. 11 a.m. Youth
Mrs. "Mary Worship
daughters 8:30 Worship 11:15. Sunday Night a.m.; Evening Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice
SundayPriesthood : ajn. Service U a.m. Evening services
of Alameda. Calif. Mrs. Antfon- Worship 7:30 p.m.; Prayer
; (Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacra- Service. 7:30: p.m. Wednesday 6.Wednesday. Wednesday 8 p.m.
ette Robinson, Loa Angeles, Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. .
7:30 pjn.Rev. '' -Rev. Robert D. Burch
ment 6 Meeting service
p.m. Prayer Worship
Calif. and Mrs. Patricia Evans J.C. Saunders pastor.
I" i iT l Starke; one son. Willie Clement, MondayMia 7:30 p.m. Albert KnUht pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
y Jr.. Starke; four brothers, and WednesdayRelief TuesdayPrimary :Society p.m., PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Highway 100-A

two sisters. 7:30: pjn. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
Funeral services were Dean Hansen Branch Presi Worship 11 a.m. Pre- CHURCH School 11 a.m. Morning Worship Worship 11. Training Union.
at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. dent. Services (Booster Band Young Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 6 pjn. Training Union 7 7 p.m Evening Worship 8.
Edward's Catholic Church with People and Prayer Service), 6 Worship, 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Evening Worship Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8
Father Edward Kirby officiating. JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Worship, -James Shaw pan-' Wednesday7:30 Prayer Services p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy pastor.
$ Interment was In Hope Cemetery BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Service. Wednesday tor. 1st and 3rd Wednesday

under direction of DeWitt U.S. 301 North, behind Tutee 7:30 pjn. E.R. Bowers D.D., night-1 pm. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
C. Jones Funeral Home. The
pastor. Sunday School 9:30: Training
Frees Drive In, Sunday ;
.... Rosary was recited Monday night BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m. Morning Wor-
School 10 a.m. Worship Service ;
v- at 8 o'clock at the funeral home. BROOKER, FLA AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH
ship 11 Evening Worship
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer a.m.
CAREFREE-Disasters like spilled Ice cream roll right Rev. Jim Temple paste Sun Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; 7 7:30
Prayer Meeting
Service 7:30 Wednes- p.m.; :
off or wash out spot-free from this perky durable press : p.m. HQPE BAPTIST.CHURCH day School. !10 a.m. Ron Rn.tol .- Morning Worship 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
I outfit of cotton knit. Treated with Scotchgard to prevent RAIFORD HOMECOMINGSET day.Leroy Highway( 100 at Theressa) Superintendent. training ning Worship, 7p.m.;Wed.Prayer -
stains. it can be machine-washed and dried and won't FOR JUNE 14 Olive pastor E.!..- Sunday School- a.ra'.t: Morning Union 6:45: p.m. Lowell Doug Meeting and Bible Study, 7 Pastor Rev. Robert West

wrinkle or lose its original shape. From Carter's collec- Grlffls associate pastor. Worship- a.m.; Training las Director. Worship Services p.m. Study on Book of P* im,*.
tion of Remira Clothes., Homecoming will be observedat Union- 6:30: p.m.; Evening Wor- 11 NEW RIVER BAPTIST
a.m.. 7:30. Lavern Outlaw G.F. "Prevatt, pastor. Everyone
DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
the First Baptist Church In ship7:15 P.m.Wednesday music director. Welcome.
SS Payments Ralford on Sunday June 14. BROOKER Night Prayer Ser- Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training
Father Friends former pastors and Sunday School 10 ajn. Wor- vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
Kirby Higher In Florida members are cordially Invitedto ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor. HEILBRONN FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8 p.m. Wednesday night service

Assigned ToFernandina Than Over U. S. attend. Dlmer will be served p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- CHURCH HIGHWAY BAPTIST 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome.
-L.L. Parker pastor.
Eev. Conway pastor.
the service. Lacy 10:45
following Sunday School 9:45: a.m.MornIng 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship :
Social security payments W GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
10 MornIng
Florida residents came to $1.- KIN LEY LAKE BAPTIST Starke. Sunday School a.m. 6:30: p.m. Evening Service 7:30. Youth Group Meeting Sunday 6:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -
Father Edward Kirby assigned 422 N. St. Clair St., Worship 11 a.m. and 7 pjn.
147.797.000 last year. 11 per Sunday School 9:30 Training Midweek Prayer Service 7:30. p.m. Worship 11. Training Union.
; 10 Worship
Edward's School a.m. Rev. Fred Johns
to St. Parish In Sunday pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister '
6-a0. 7:30.STARKE .
Starke for the past four years cent more .than In 1968 compared Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor Evening Worship
-with e. national. average 11 a.m.; Evening Worship Y.W. Kldd pastor.
has been appointed to St. Mich -Rev. _..
ael's Church, Fernandian Beachby increase of 7 per cent Ronald 7:30 pan.; Prayer Meeting 7:30 ------ ---------.--------_ .a e e e a e-- ----.

Bishop Paul Tamer of the S. ,Spencer Jr., executive! vice: Wednesday. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ,
Diocess of St. Augustine. president\ of ths Florida State Pastor Rev. Robert West. OF STARKE I = I

Father Kirby will leave Starke Chamber of Commerce said West Weldon St. and Ralford

I early next week and will spend yesterday HOMECOMINGAT Road PARROTS
five weeks In Europe before This win was paid directly ANNUAL EVERGREEN Sunday School: 10:00: a.m.11:00 DO TALK 1fT :
starting Ms pastorate In Fer- to Florldlans in monthly pay. a.m. C.A. Services: 7:00 p.m. e e I
I nandina on July,\17. While in meats By December ,the Evergreen Bapttnt Evangelistic Services. I --
will hold its annual Homecoming
[ Europe he plans t to see the monthly total had escalatedto Wednesday: No Mid-Week
"Passion Play"at Oberamagau, $96.013.000. most of which Sunday, June 7, with Service. I II t
dinner the grounds and
on Pastor T.E. Gllly
tour the Scandanavlan countries 'Was epent in Florida. Current! :
and visit his mother in Ireland. legislation! now moving ppecJal, singing, in the after -
Father Kirby will be succeededhere through Congress would add noon. Everyone (welcome SMYRNA MISSIONARY SO DOES A RECORD PLAYER :
by the Rev. James R. Cre- an estimated $4.8 million Come (bring your singers.Jn .- BAPTIST CHURCH I I

gan who is presently1 serving at monthly to the payments: to s Brice: : Church Clerk. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services I ) Our Nation faces a serious> threat of

St. Joseph's Church in Quincy Floridians by January' of next : Sunday School 10 a.m. .74. communism just off our shore. ,
and is also chaplain at the Preaching 11 a.m. Training I
Chattahoochee State Hospital. He year Spencer added. GREATER BETHLEHEM Union. 5:45: pjn. Evening Worship t1 At the same time within our nation ,
The number of Florida
has also served at St. Paul's in who drawing CHURCH STARKE 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. I = they are necking to undermine, our faith in ,
Pensacola. were Corner Ash & Chestnut St. -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor
Father Cregan is also native their social security ,by year's Sunday School 9:30: ; Morning I = God. There are many sayings and ,
of Ireland. In addition to St. end 1969 is given In ,ifhe cham.ber's Worship. 11; League 4 pm. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS I expressions going around in our country

Edward's he will serve St. Will. Weekly Business Review Evening Service>, 6 pjn.-Jasper CHURCH that ate communist inspired: ,
lam's Keystone Heights, St. aa 1.096.333 by' a 3 per cent Williams pastor. Sunday Scholl 9:45: a.m.,Morn- I
Mary's, Glen St. Mary and the Increase durlrj that year. Ing Worship 11 ajn.. Youth Ser- In order to 1 prevent "parroting" these ,

Florida State Prison. This number means! '' that' vice 5:30: p.m., Evening Worship, I sayings, that weaken our nation. t
lone Florida resident out of 7 --
attend church regularly! and 1 study
every six is receiving a social CHARTERED HERE Thursday nlaht Prayer MeetIng I ,

llf>rp'. (;001"1'1'1'; security: check. The ndfonal Secretary of State. Tom Ad-,( 7:30 p.mIvy Luke Pastor = God's word so that the truth is

average is one out of eight. suns has announced the chartering : more' easily ,recognized. t
For Friendship Retired 'workers disabled of the following new NORTHSIDE BAPTIST

workers or their families or corporation: / In Bradford Coun CHURCH ,
Take two heaping cups of
heirs ane: all Inducted. ty: Southslde Post Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; I
: Trading t
'patience, one h artful of love The larger proportion of recipients inc.. Highway 301 South! Sunday School 11. Sunday Eve-

and two handfuls( of generosity. : In Florida fci a reflection Etarke; authorized stock S.OOO ning Worship 6 p.m. Training I I
Add a dash of( laughter: of the larger number of hares common at $1 per ThursdayTeachers I
and Of-
retirees living in the tate.. I
hare; dealing :in merchan
and a (full cup of understanding ficers Meeting 6:30. Prayer
Social security payments represeried -
and two cups of loyalty. dice Incorporates': : William Meeting 7:30.Edward Put on the whole armour .
a little more than 9
J. Roberts, Lawn A. Adams,
Mix well and sprinkle generously per cent of the total payroll Wilson W. Wright all of Tallahassee. C. Harvey pastor. of God, that ire may/ he I
with kindness.
Spreadthis private and public, of emp' yw '- able to aland the
irresistabte delicacy over' Fla. Filed May 15, ST. MARKS against
a lifetime and serve' everybody ed Florldians: last :year. The 1970 by William. J. Roberts, EPISCOPAL CHURCH wiles of the devil" .
you meet national averagewas 6 per 133 W. Jefferson. fit., Tallahassee 9:45 Church School ,

cent. Fla. Holy Eucharist 1st Sunday
11 a.m. ,

......................I........... Morning Prayvi :..100. 3rd &
- - - - - - - -- 4th Sundays 11 a.m. I In.

. LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH .Chunk h GoI opoomud, .o,imy I I.'this mid hi.,..04..|lln kiwoMgi' el,Mi t... O.hEl TJfl

. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; I IM man. ontf ol.Mil....... ,lot mm. le wooid1..se thai' new or lo.w|hit" .".h"., WithoglAh ,' tQ, I

. "Man who Morning Worship 11 a.m. Eve |i..Mtfin, | In thi lot ol God .. fmiinmtnl. or atiilf" or way .1' Mo" will, l long 1- 90
carry ning Worship 7:30 pjn.; Mid- po....... ond "i."fwrooml. whkh wi"hold' M diflr. mil, inn""ilobly" ,.",h. ,Ihirtloit.,, ...inllm ,

. cash on vacation week Bible Study Wednesday ulflih, faint, ol 'I.., ono llwuU"' support Mil Chunk ,lor 'Iht loin ol 'ii. Dillon: d !;:! ,
. 7:30: pjn. ol, Mmull and hit ,family., I>yon4 Ihol." homw, .'"r oottoil ",..101 upheld and! oo<- Qkip.
Be In church Sunday. I ( .., i In It lIt Owiili. b.c... H .ulli Hio ".''h obwl, .mod"I Illo' dioih ... diilmy.,., Ihi' ,
is disaster Rev. W, B. Mercer pastor Hum mtik* otono mil HI. him Ino. to li.. .,a ihiW, ol, Cod Qlca. IN

. ,...i.il Ad.,S.f*. ,

. looking for place I
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. to happen? BAPTIST CHURCH
. I1 Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning
Worship at 11; Training Union, WILLIAMS BUILDERS

6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle 7:15; BRADFORD
s .,. ek Evening Worship. 7:30. JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES, Inc.

Choir Practice
MondayYouth, ABSTRACT CO.
. 9 7 p.m.

. Wednesday-Junior Choir Practice Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware

5:45: ; RA, GA, Sunbeams Better Service For Your
. ss YWA, Bible Study Group, Mission Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Supplies
Action GrouP 6:30. Prayer Title Problems
Meeting 7:30.: Gthurch Choir BULOVA WATCHES and Sporting Goods
Practice Deacons Meeting 8:30.: Abstracts
142 W. Call St. Starke
. Title Insurance "Check With Us First"
. rj -Denton Sumrall pastor Phone 964.7064
219 Washington St. 964-5270
. 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881

r Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-

. Ing Worship 11 ajn. Pre- SERVICEBill FAULKNERGULF

. Services (Booster Band, Young
= People and Prayer Service), 6 Edwards Ph. 964.7231 SERVICEAND
. p.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m.

. p Midweek Service. Wednesday. Tire Tru-ing '
7:30 pjn. Rev. John Strickland, $ -:
. Pastor. Headlight Adjusting i # U-HAUL RENTALSTruck

. Brake Service __,. ':>
. STARKE Wheel Balance and
Complete Lubrication

. ) Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
Sunday June Brotherhood Minor Tune-Ups

. Breakfast, 7:30; Sunday School PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
. Carry "The Rescue Money" 9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11. 1011 N. Temple Avenue
sermon: "Parable of the Tares." AU Minor Repairs 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE

: American Express Travelers Cheques : 5:30 Nominating; Training Committee Union, 6:15:Meeting; Evening 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100 PHONE 964.5899

Worship 7:30: ; sermon,
. Traveling with wads of cash is flirting with disaster. Why take such "The Career of Joshua." BRADFORD *10 S. Temple Starke

. a crazy risk Carry American Express Travelers Cheques, "The MondayTrustees Meeting, COUNTY FLORIDA
5:30 Deacons Youth
. Rescue Money" If they get lost or stolen, you go to the local American Choir.: ; 7; Lottie Meeting Moon Group. TELEGRAPHOFFICE

. Express office or representative. (They're all over the world.) 7:30.: 8UPPUK3TTPXWRITKM EST

. Get your "missing Cheques replaced. And J ..oJ ".,,'.. Tuesday- Helen Mastersat EDWARDSGrocery

. your vacation is rescued! Next trip carry iM....._._ a the church, 9:30; Ida Darby ONTROII
"The Rescue Money It's spendable everywhere I ',..,.r- i; Croup home of Mrs. L.U. Morgan and Market
. and 1 1I ., '-_ Lorena Epperson Group ADDING MACHINESPHUTOCOPtXM :
costs dollar < Sr.
only a penny a -- ; Groceries OIIMKAL. ct9
: Meats
3 -
. home of Mrs. G.A. Anderson,

p.m. Ethel Biggs Croup, homeof GAS AND OIL
: HWJSto

I FLORIDA: Group Denton Mrs,home 7:30.: Guy of Sale Mrs.; Willie Brownleee Mae of Mis.Whir Take work.IM drudttry\ out Jack and Gladys Edwards 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.

WednesdayFamily Night Sup LEGAL IORIU..A U. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE

: BANK : 6 Prayer Meeting, RA, PHONE .
AT STARKE per 6:30; pjn.Teachers and Officer "aou, t114YIz.OPIq; 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates

Meeting. 7:15; Church: Choir ,

A Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. eS Practice 8:15. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group : Prayer ThursdayAnnie Group, home Armstrong of Mrs. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrically"

................................. 7 Louis p.m. Tenly 10 ajn., Visitation, -Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911

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Newest Fashion: The Fad


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I Bleach-outs, tie dyes, ponchos -
I and fringe-fads or fancies
? They're fads and that's
what makes them fashion with ---. -' ........... -
the young generation. I/I"
What's happening right now TWO TRAILERS: One 2 bedroom WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn
in fad fashions is a trend toward One 3 bedroom with '
: Smith Plumbingand
casual the rugged, Crosby lake Crosby Laka
the ,
'air conditioning, for sate or
and the costume. : F ib Inlet. Ideal For :Mobile Home.
rent. Phone 4311039.EXPERIENCED Itfc'hC ,
denims, a i
Bleach-out cotton
look that originated when kids CLASSIFIED AD RATES 1 Supply Round Summer Living.Cottage Or Year-

poured liquid bleach on their __,. RESTAURANT All Lot Go
Mfaftnam Charg 1.75 *al- Ready To -Clear
wanted. Good
all cock
blue jeans, are showing up RESIDENTIAL Raiford Road
(eot-era 15 words) ed, Graded ft Leveled.
over the country. Fabric nay< Apply :in person Longhorn COMMERCIAL
houses have authentically duplicated Restaurant 801 South. ,tfchg: Phone 964-6023 Priced From $995.00. Financing
the bleached effect and Each word over 15-7o Available. Call 9647701.LUZIER .

the soft brushed hand that 50c Extra Charge If not FOR RENT2 bedroom mo AD Types Contracting and Repair .

gives The the costume fabric its look worn takes look. paid In advance bite] home. Call 964-7498. tfchg! All Work GuaranteedFree Plumbing Fixtures 1

many turns. Fringes appear on CLASSIFIED DISPLAY WORM FARM for ale> Kent Estimates Water Heater

I everything from stoles and 11.50 Per Inch :In operation. Well stocked.: One Water Pomp
'r to pants and vests. One .
capes 7. acre land barn, utility :house, Puts you where the love-
latest twist is the printed poncho -
teamed to a hat and duffle Memorials Resolutions 1-4 anile out of StaRe city Harry MitchellPHONE liness is. Choose Young

bag and worn over cotton Proclamations, etc7c word limits. 750000. Phone Sttarfee ACREAGE Life or Ultra Vie. Your
denim jeans or skirts. 964-7707 or write William Frl
Body jewelry paired to mini CARDS OF THANKSSO bee, P. O. Box 205. MKWleburg, 964.8766 Need vacant land and mall Luzier Consultant -
:: skirts, western vests worn with words or less .. ... ...3.00 Fla. 32068. Itp farms, In Bradford and surrounding
jeans, scarves tied around the Each word over 50-7c : counties. Please contact
A4PUTONSLatest waist in abundance, jeans cut 1960 OLDS, $$250; 1969 Honda.S6S. ; Starke, Florida OgUvle 765-4158 or Kings-! 1369 S. Walnut

.... .. off to loolf) ragged all are best offer. Inquire at 137 'Day or Night ley Lake 533-2711. Frank E.
the Thev
..- making look like fads scene.but they're may N. Otortda St., Staflke. alter 3Itp League Bkr. 388-9873. Btchg 7-2 HOUSE PAINTING Interior

PONCHO fad fashion for the young really new* fashions. FOR RENT 12 wide :2 I bedroom !p.m. SEWING MACHINE;- cleaned:' FOR RENT12' ''wide, 2 bedroom aria exterior' First class

generation is the poncho, interpreted nere In Cone s cot- trailer outside city limits. WILL BABY SIT hi my: home. oiled and .adjusted In TOUT trailer! outside city vroikmanamp. Reasonable.
tow navy denim and multi-colored "ooga" prints. Styledby J. B. White, 964-6114. Uchg Saratoga Heights. !Phone 964- home, $5.00. Vacuum dewier limit, J.:J B. White, 964-6114. Under contract. or hourly.
Betmar, they are teamed with a variety of hats from itfclwr Lonnie Roberts, Raiford. telephone -
7562. Itp :
to the Aussie styles. repairs also All work guarantee
the floppy-brimmed 431-1126 between the
ed. Dennis : Cogging 'Phone
E. : ,
we'll get It for you? Office LOST-Iris Setter' Red Camp 4311428. tfehq DISHWASHER WANTED hours 7 a.m.-S pjs weekdays

Supplies Furniture Eq lpment. Crystal: Lake. Dr. Mulllro*. vac. Weekend work, good salary. 4tp'6-18

have an unusual background Pack 513 Bradford County-( tag only.. REWARD, call. 473- FOR RENT: TV sets, baby Apply In person Lon ,
Cub RmtApa.rt.meillt :
District Court Judge Johnson wad' a memberof Telegraph. 3266 Nick Pappaa. lip beds, eleo. guitars, amplifier; Restaurant 301 South tfchg
furnished no children
l tX the Florida Legislature for Takes Nature HikeA refrigerators: day or week. DA- sorry
27 yeans and Is the only legislator Southern Marine FOR SALE New Moon: trailer HMER'8.!: 984-7923. tf-char FOR SALE 2 bedroom, bath' 1 mile out on highway:
Judges Enjoy in Florida history who nature trail hike was the 12 x 60, 3 bedroom 1% bath, kitchen, dining room. Concrete 16 west. 9645033. 2tp 6-11

represented' two different. \ main event' of Cute Scout Pack Moved To GainesvilleNew cabana 9Hxl8, enclosed. porch MEN WANTED Laundry block house. 2 acres For Sale Short Mitchell Bull
Meeting Here counties .In the House and two SIS'* meeting Saturday, :May. NameGainesville 9x22: cut building! end. lot. 473- worker., Kitchen aids, laborers >> fenced and cleared. Corner Oif Dozer 'work land clearing,
different districts in the Sen. 4539. 2tp 6-4 watchman -
cottage parent, 2 paved roods. Phone 9647361.
23, at WeatsVde Park.Den and pond dlgrglng.! 964-6433.
Judges of the District Courtof ate.' He served 1M president Dad led the Cuba on Marine cook and clerk, ground-' 3% rm. SB of Starke. tf chg 2tp 6-11

Appeals "like It here," County of the Senate In 1959. the trail and the Weheios conducted LYNN HAMILTON MOB. keeper truck driver. Fiveday "
; Judge Theron A, Yawn told Judge Wlgglnton came 'with the parent Johnson Motors Cobra Boats George E. LaRue week, eight hour day; FOR SALE-1964 Ford, V8, new< FOR SALE-1965 V8-283 Chevrolet ,

the County Commission Monday. the court !In 1957 after 25 Each den provided. an exhibit Marine' Supplies; INSURANCE AGENCY State retirement, vacations, tires, Mtain steel bed, oee at motor, good< condition
Two sessions of the district years of active law practice.A for the pack meeting. Auto sick: leave.If Interested, please Bell's garage. Itp $125.00. Phna 9645922. Itp
Fire Homeowner.LIFE
court have been held here this native Floridian he la a 1030 E.University Ave. apply In person Personnel
Webeflo acouta aden
year when the Judges are not member of the American Bar with make Gainesville &: ACCIDENT Manager Sunland Train-: HOUSE TRAILER for lIaJe- DRIVERS ARE NEEDED

even required to sit In Bradford Association, was president. of neb museum,toads, an ant colony Keystone Heights 41WestSMEN bit Center. Gainesville. Fla.' 12 x 56 ft., 2 (bedroom, phone Train now to drive semi-
County at all, Yawn said :the Florida Bar :In 1950-51. An equal opportunity employer. 664-5010. Itchg truck through facilities of
Not only do the judges like American College of Trial. etc. class-one] carriers; local or
: the excellent legal facilities !In Lawyers, and was also special Wolf badges were awardedto < ifateg FOR SALE-Practice) piano over the- road. For application
the new $800,000 county court- :attol'MJof/' !the U, S. Depart-' Den 2 Cubs\ Del Grtllla. SEARSHas $60. Call 9646036. Up and personal interview, call
house, they also enjoy the small m&nt/ of Justice.: Kevin HamJHton.Joo11: Mo! parents age over 21. Starting. BIG PENS. Ball Point Re- 904-388-4607, or 'write United

.town atmosphere, Judge Yawn Judget Speotor, alter pray tariff, and John Denmark. Everthing. pay $329 month, promotion opportunities fills. Bradford County Tele FOR SALE!:-Complete set. Wal- System\! Inc., Safety Dept..
and In.
says. The judges stay at the toeing law in Miami, joined regular ker Golf CJUbs. Goad: condition, c-o Mercury Motor Express
Holiday Inn just a few steps the Attorney General's staff creases In pay. 8 hour day. 5 -plu. hand cart.Also two speedWesttnghousa Term. Bldg., 1716 McDuff
day week, sick: : leave, vacations, graph.WATSON'S
courthouse, thus My Neighbors STARKEPhone
from the new 'and was Assistant Attorney J Electric fan. Avenue N., Jacksonville: Fla.
state retirement. If Interested,
avoiding all the trouble and con- Fhnoo 96t-5 05. atp 6-18 32205. itchg
General before coming to the
fusion of cohgested city traffic. 964-6848 ,please apply In person Personnel
court. (Manager. Sunland' Training' Center. House of Vacuum
During the 'term here next -=
The 37-county North Florida =- Gainesville, Fla.
District Court of Appeal held week' ''the\ court will hear oral An equal opportunity employer. (Many brands. of new vacuuml Experienced JIMMY MOORE'SSUN

A three-day term In the arguments In appeals from $39.60 up. Used machines from SPORTS
Bradford County courthouse criminal and civil matters BUYING SILVER COINS $10, Expert Repairs all makes. Sewing Machine

Starting! Tuesday., May 26, that were 'tried :In circuit 1964 or older any condition. WANTED: Used 'Wrlnger-Waelk- Parts and Accessories for all MOORE BOAT FOR
courts of ,the surrounding. Dollars 2.00 Halves 60c. .
up. Central
with Chief Judge: Dewey M. er. Will pay cash or take In vacuums. Built In vacuum
Other counties. Quarters 30c. Dimes I2c. Current cleaning systems. 712 J{. Operators YOUR MONEY
Johnson presiding. trade anything. DAHMER'8
The First District Court. of Market Price For rare on Main Gainesville 376-7110
of the panel were
members 964-7923. U-cQ
Judges John: T. Wigninton Appeal, with headquarters< in Gwty dotes It older coins. We Buy, *. Single Needle Starke Ph. 964-5791
Tallahassee] holds ait least !Cell, or trade coins. BulUngtons PHOTOCOPIERS: from' $99.5Q
and Bam Specter. one session each year In each, Coins Starke. Fla. 9647271. WILL BUY: Used !Appliances.Purnlttire. to $625. Take the drudgery out '* Safety Stitch Complete Outboard &
much hawk
The Judges rot this paneliwsnan.IS.rrr.a5. "I'm not ao or TV', Stereo., anything of work.-Brac1ford County Stern Drive Service and
dove as just plain chicken!1" :REDUCE; safe and fast of Yale.AB /".
--------.. avian" Telegraph. tf *. Double Needle Repair. Complete Fiberglass .
Oo9ese Tablets & E-Vap "wa
circuit count within the die\ ter pills" Andrews Drugs. NOW IN STOCK -Construction Repair. Custom-

i FEMALE HELP I II trlct when appeals cases! ;arty 5tp 5-28 Paper. All colors In the rain $1.80 Per Hour built Fiberglass Fishjng'''
Ing in ouch; circuits are readyto bow. Bradford County Tele Boats .

I II First-be heard.District Court Marshal Homes WANTED and Acreage.LISTINGSOn Buyer MARY graph.FOR and up
NEEDED James A. Barfield will Waiting.. Strout Realty, Reg. RENT: Unfurnished houseIn
call order In the court. at 9 Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. country. Also furnished For Willing Workers

I I a.m, each morning. Ph. 964-6609 Starlce. Fla. CARTER apartments In Starke.-W. H. Fresh Vegetables

SEWING MACHINE .air. Nollman. 510 N. Cherry. 'tfcng!
For all your Real Estate Apply in person only. D & N Produce
Needs Buy Seu Ex:
1 OPERATORS I FEMALE change Appraisals. Ex. HAVE'S FABRICS -First Quality 8:00: A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
pert Advice on all Real PAINTSNEW dress, drapery upholsterymaterial. 332 North TempleOld
Notions, chenille bed-
HIGH SCHOOL Estate Problems Call Mon thru Fri. Atlantic Station
spreads, tapestries. Also eeo
.1 For New Garment Plant I GRADUATES BILL POWELL onda. mill ends. BankAmerl Home Grown
Reg. Real Estate Broker ITEMS
card And Master Charge. Open
Phone 964-4464 Co.
.1 U.S. 301- SOUTH 1I Starke Pla+. Starke Monday 10-7; Tues. through Vogue Mfg. OWNERS
'41" Want to learn production Sat.. 9-7; Sunday 1-41. Hwy. 301
tfchg Unpainted Furniture St.
WALDO II sewing? 1% mi. north of Waldo. tfchg 710 S. Water DON NEWMANSMIKE
II FOR SALE-1961 Bonnevllle 4 Wood Kit
Graining DOBBS
'* Work in a clean air dcor. Call 533-2254. Itp GOOD CARE for children, in. J I

Steady WorkAPPLY I conditioned plant? K-80 Paint Remover fame, toddler :in my home:
Fenced yard, playmate $12.50 POSTED SIGNS: Treated to

I 1i '*" Earn ,good: Pay? 'weekly. 964-5182_Itp withstand weather 20e each
102 EAST BROWNLEE $2.25 doz. Special price on larger
Miller BrownVolKswagen
I Murano Manufacturing Co I If you arc not business goingto STREET FOR$45 week RENT, completely-Mountain funttsii-Cottage: Telegraph.quantities. Bradford County tf BRADFORDSEPTIC

college or
ed. Weeks- available! :In June TANK
school this fall, and July and August.; R. E. E* I

J WALDO, FLORIDA I II would like an opportunity mon&on. Stir. : Route. Box 32, FOR SALE Concrete block COMPANY

to learn a pood-pay- Black Mountain! N. C. 28711. bone; 3 bedroom 1 bath, central .
I See_ Mr. Jack Boyles vocation this sum Phone ((704)) 66 -6861. tfcfag ; beat ft air< .------------------" lug VETINARY INJECTABLES ner lot. Phone 9645367. tfcfcgTOR .
mer. then see Mr. Tuck. New A 'Used Tetanus Toxoid DID YOU KNOW If* easy to .. DON NEWMANS and

er Monday through Fri Sales Service sleeping Sickness] own a Longcharnp Home? SALE 1967 Rambler MICHAEL DOBBS.

MATERIALSAT day 8 a.m. to 4 1 p.m. Istemper HepatitisLepte Better built for Florida flyIng Rebel 770,4<< door sedan A-C, I
LUMBER AND (No phone calls please). 1 Ml. North of The Mafl :?:omblotlo Your plans or ours. Your P-.8. P-B A-T, etc. 46,000 miles I

Mitchell, phone 9646853. P. O. before
MILL PRICES I..: Odder 964-5827
VOGUE Box 238 Starke tfchg 6:00 P.M. or 964-5822 after DRAIN CLEANOUTAND

Co. Inc. VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY Railroad. Salvage 6:00: P.M. TF PUMPING
2x4's, 14 ft. thru 20 ft., suitable for barn and Mfg. : Groceries, :Fabrics, '.
MASTER Add Machines, with PUMPS
Clothing. Shoes, Furniture SUPER STICK Vinyl Plaatlo
stable construction.
710 S. Water St. subtraction. SPECIAL this. Tools. Plenty Bargain! 7434 __ NEW AND USED __ Letters an sizes, color Permanent Phone 964-6647 '
6c per linear foot, any length Starke Fla. month only, $69.95. Ideal forborne
Blanduw Blvd., .Jacksonville. 8ALES-PARTS-8ERVICB for use on wood glass,
or light office work. Starke Fla.
Uch* plastic paper, metal, leather.
Bradford County Telegraph, U Deep & Shallow Wells -
ANYTHINai I Bradford County
29 guage Galvanized Roof Metal, 32 In wide by Water Softeners &: Filter Telegraph. tf
18 and 20 ft. long
: 2-total electric] slightly All Makes ,

$10.95 per square used. Cost new, $420. Save $100.] Water Conditioning Plumbing Service)

County Our sale] Telegraph.price, $320.:! -Bradford U and Pump Co. DURRANCE Phone 964-7061 PUMP Jackson Minit Markets

Creosoted Barn Poles FOR RENT- Furnished apart. 130 Court Street AND SUPPLY CO. ASSISTANT MANAGER

3 to 4" Tip x-12 ft. ___ _____________ 2.50 ea. ment. 4 rooms and bath, utilities Phone 964.5832 -

4 to 5" Tip x 12 ft. u_ __ __.________ 3.00 ea. furnished. Couple only-No INSURANCE!: No Experience Required

4 to 5" Tip x 16 ft. _______________ 4.50 ea.2x8's Pets. Call 9646852. tfchg STARITEWater AT REDUCED KATES
Four Miles Out Conditioners DOYLE E. CONNER .

Pressure Treated MODERN Raiford MASONRY Road BOMB and Pumps INSURANCE AGENCY Ie" Employment Benefits
Suitable for Corral & Fence Construction Large Living Room
Paneled Family Room Sales and Rentals If you are 21 years old, minimum, have own
16c I linear foot BAIRDMobile
per Many. Many Extra Repair Department transportation, and can pass background screening

Only $18,850 24 Hour Service Homes please apply in person to area supervisor at

BILL POWELL. BROKER NEW and USED company store, Temple & Adkins St. between the
1959 Great Lakes House Trailer
M4-6464 964-6811 8.10.12' Wide hours 10:00: A.M. until 6:00: P.M. for interview.:
Reasonably Priced

CARL BEGGS National Sewing OalnesrilleGood Quality FACTORY HELP HEEDED

We deliver Free of Charge in Brad- Gulf ServiceUSED Machine Co., Reasonably Priced

Largest selections Gainesville 378-2785
ford County, orders of $150 or more. PARTS to choose. Pfaff Necchl.from: Nelco which Serviced Guaranteed- sad Owen Joist of Florida, Ine. ..etui dependable able

New Rome ft Universal. Delivered bodied factory help.. No experience n<< -.r.
la Stark! Area
THE FIRST NAME IN Top Prices for Wrecked Carl
This Ad Worth $3.00 On AnyPurchase steady work;; overtime fringe benefit
MUTUAL LUMBER CO. SMALL CARS 24 Hoar Wrecker Service .
eli W. University
DATSUNGAINESVILLE Ave. 378-1888 Oa1De ?DIe 37S-27SS
5 miles South of Starke on U.S. 301 Used Cars -

Ph. Starke 961-7190 or Waldo 468.1312 Hwy. Ml N. Waldo LARGE TRAILER Lot for JOIST
Rent High and .
dry, oak
2nd Ave. 2nd St. S. E t&J.l'! shade. Itt miles south on 01." SERVICE at Starke Hardware- Small Co.appliance 108 !C. Lincoln City Read Moadav through Friday,

Gainesville Florida Phone "'-6609 or 9644937. Call St. Phone 964-5311. tfeh* _TiOO A-M Tn'Ufftrt PM_

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