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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 13, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Counter proposal left j


$750,000 City Local Voters Due and the Starke Florida City State Council Telephone ,

Co. unable to reach

an agreementVednedu\"

Busy September 8 afternoon in negotiation

Bond IssueRecommended .. over the company's surcharge -
on city: residents

With city and state primary -Mrs. Jessie Chastaln has said and city's pole tax. 1

elections both falling on September she will vacate her county com- The city had offered a com-
8 this year, local voters mission seat after 20 years. promise of $3 per pole, down
will find themselves rather busy. E.W. Hodges of Hampton Lake from $4.50, If the phone company

At stake will be seats on the (Continued on Page Four would remove Its surcharge of
Starke City Council, the Brad- seven cents per month Imposedon
A $750,000 bond issue to finance a $841,000 power p ford County Commission and city: phone users. Council
plant expansion in 1971 has' been recommended for the School Board, plus state offices I av;,; ,- i members had expected an ans-
from the seats of Reps.Gene Shaw ii wer Wednesday, but had to settle
City of Starke by its investment hankers
run and Ralph Tyre, Gov. Claude i for a promise of an answer
Harvey I. Henaim & Co. representatives pone an issue In 1973, since Kirk's office, and United States by next Tuesday.
met with city; officIals the next unit will Increase firm Senate. Instead Robert W. Ingle, pres-
Wednesday afternoon late capacity only 1,750 KW. But it Registration books close Au- ident of Florida State Telephone,
to discuss those recommendations. will postpone for several years gust 8 in the county and August offered for the phone companyto
Herman, who handled the the issue now anticipated for 25 in the city. Voters may reg- r purchase half Interest in the
last two bond Issues of the city, 1976 since the firm capacity would ister for county elections each approximate 1,209 poles it uses '
was authorized to act as the Jump 3,000 KW if that size u- Thursday In the office of Supervisor In the city.: I'
city's Investment bankers on May nit is purchased now. i _,,l l of Registration Neva Flynnin But the council would not accept I
19. His report reached city officials the courthouse. City registration that. Ingle agreed at the
late last week. If the city continues generate is open each day in city council's repeated requests to
Henaan recommends that the all Its power, a new $850,000 hall. ask his superiors If the com- I
city: ; Install a new 3,000 KW issue is expected in 1973 and a It will be an off-year electionIn pany can absorb the $3 pole
engine Instead of the 1,750 to $1,000,000 Issue is anticipated the city with only three coun- charge offer until another rate
2,300 KW unit recommended: by in 1978. cil seats openthose of Councilmen hearing Is held In the next few
the city's engineering firm of For the 3,000 KW unit recom- Neil Tucker, Orie Wig- years.
Reynolds Smith, and Hills of mended for 1971 Hennan assumesan gins, and Tom Nolln. Qualifying -- Councilman Nell Tucker said
Jacksonville. It was City Coun- issue of $750,000 with the remaining in the city begins July 21 and the city: ; is getting no consideration -
cilman Nell Tucker, at the May $91,000 from moneys In closes August 19. Registrationbooks Debbie Mowry for the telephone franchise
19 meeting with the engineersand the city's Renewal, Replacement, close in the city August granted in 1958 to H.A. Bishop I rand
Herman, who first recommended : and Betterment Fund established BBS Business under which Florida State
purchasing the larger under the previous bond issue. CITY'S OPEN HOUSE 25.It is also an off-year electionIn Telephone operates now.The city

unit If a bond Issue Is to be The balance in that fund at the the county with two com Student Named receives no revenue for the fran-
authorized.A end of 1970 fiscal year is anticipated mission seats, those of Mrs. chise or for use of its poles
coalition of three council- to be $181,440. Jessie Chastaln and Buck Nor- Outstanding business studentat Tucker said.Tucker 1

men, however Is expected to Projections of power plant 'It Was A Flop9This man, open. Voters must also Bradford High School for the made, then withdrew,
vote against another city bond growth for the next 10 years elect a county clerk to fill the 1969-70 term is Debbie Mowry, a motion for the phone com- I
Issue. An alternative to that Is show net revenues Jumping from two years of the unexpired term daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. pany to remove Its lines from I
purchase: of power from Florida $356,000 this year to $700,000in .. .. of deceased Clerk Charles Dar Mowry, Hampton city: poles within 90 days and
Power & Light Co. 1980. They show revenue after was a scene few persons leftover. "We almost drank ourselves descretion Of the police officer.The by.Three Miss Mowry received the Business to Impose a pole tax of one
At Its May 19 meeting the Coun- payments on both existing cared to view Sunday during the to death," commentedMrs. poor showing won't stop school board seats are and Professional Women's per cent of the company aggre-
cl', on Tucker's motion approvedan and future bonds Jumping from four-hour "open house" at the Elise Pass, acting city: his drive for a new city: hall up for grabs this year-those of Club award for the outstanding gate Income from city: users. I
emergency tie-in with FPL. $180.400 this year to $300,700 Starke city hall and Jail. clerk. and Jail, Bowen says, though he Buster Bennett of Lawtey See- senior girl in business subjects. Ingle and local phone office
Tucker and Councilmen Jimmy in 1980. Seven visited admits it is difficult for him to bet Goodman, and Chairman H.A. She was presented a $25 U.S. manager, Gerald Williams, had .
Bonn said then It will be possible persons the Jail, More city: employees, on week understand the lack of Interest Lawson. Savings Bond and recognized at repeatedly stressed that Florida
later to get a firm power At the anticipated: 7 Per cent shown above, according Police end duty for various reasons, of the people of the city. The Several early developments the BPW's installation of officers Public Service Commission tar- I
Be-In with FPL, after a new line rate of interest now, a $750- Chief Ken Fuqua. turned out than residents, Mrs. councilman says .he will try all have already occurred in the meeting two weeks
ago. Continued
being built now from Palatfca to 000 bond bsue'would .cost the Between 10 and IS persons visited Pass said. the harder but will take no fur 1970 voting; i :on Pare Four) ,
Starke completed In the next city more than twice that amountif city hall where clerks had ther steps toward a new facll-

year. repaid over 20 year!. quantities of cookies and punch The event had been scheduledby solved.
The city's debt, Including: both
the City Council on a motion CITY RELIEVEDStayPut
principal: and Interest totals a- \
by Jimmy Bowen to show residents -
round $2.5 million two Issues Outboard Motor
on the condition of the facilities -
running through 1999. particularly the Jail which
Finances of the city's utility condemned last October 29
was
system will permit financing: a by State Prison Inspector R. P. Electric Bi)11 DiesHouse

3,000 KW unit without Impeding Thefts Hit Hereare McLendon.The .
Hennan states
future financing: prison inspector recom-
In his report to the Council.He mended that the Jail be condem-
also points out that for 29 A warning has been Issued by easily acceslble from road- ned and that It should be used "The 'stay-put bill will stay gized to the Senate for takingup ticularly the rate controls were Commerce Committee, of
cent more money, above the Sheriffs ways. Motors should be either to the REA, he is member. Shaw said
per Bradford Depart- only In case of grave emergencyand put for another year," said an its time in eight hours of unacceptable says which a
the $650,000 for a smaller unit ment for boat owners to take pre- locked on the boat or removedand then only for a short per- obviously relieved Starke Utilities debate after that body passed Supt. Davis who made four tripsto he looked at the bill from the
the city can finance an engine caution against outboard motors placed in a room that can iod. The report suggested the Supt. Oscar Davis of the 21-16 an amendment by Sen.Saunders Tallahassee to lobby against point of view of a rural resident -
which will Increase plant stolen. be locked. city work out an agreement with REA backed measure. to exempt from the bill's the bill. In danger of being annexed
capacity by 50 per cent. Fifteen motors have been stolenIn Boats parked so they can be the county to house Its prisoners. Sen. Bob Saunders, -Galne.vllle .- Jurisdiction all of the Seventh From the Senate the bill was into a city: and then facing higher -
In addition, the larger unit the past few months, two in seen by anyone passing by on a.oad Is credited with leadingthe Senatorial District, which includes referred to the House Commerce utility rates.
,
will operate more efficiently. the past week, from all parts of .' in front of a home are especially "kill" of the bill which would Bradford County Committee, where Rep. Jack Sen. Saunders, on the other i
Regardless of the size of engine the county. In the past two weeks easy prey, as are boats An effort was made in that Murphy, R-Clearwater, substituted hand, saw the measure from the
purchased In 1971, however, motors have been stolen at Hampton left in boat houses on lakes direction but the city was told amendment for the entire city's point of view. He said
the firm capacity; of the power Sampson Bedford, and when the owner is away, Reddish the county Jail situation is not SR-6-12 except for the enacting the bill was not the answer to
plant will increase only 1,750 Santa Fe Lakes. Motors have notes. too much better than the city's clause. the problem of today's fast ex-
KW. Firm capacity is the plant also been stolen off parked boatsin The county facility is usuallytoo The Murphy amendment was panding municipalities, that it
capacity with the largest unit Starke and Lawtey accordingto crowded, the citywas told, much clearer In meaning than the would restrict natural and desirable -
out of operation.At Chief Deputy Dolph Reddish. Commencement to handle additional prisoners. original HB-3621, but was watered growth of cities.
present the plant total capacity "We'd like people to be especially down to the point where Sen. Saunders said he Is not
is 7,478 KW. Presentflrm watchful of any unknown McLendon noted In his report determination of service areas anti-REA but "pro people". The I
capacity Is 5,728 KW, the total cars or persons in the area," Begins SundayAt that bedding In the city's consists was left to the Public Service REA stay-put measure failed to
capacity less the largest unit, Deputy Reddish says. He asks Bradford Hi mrmUv of matresses in the filthiest Y f, Commission.Sen. provide for the orderly, necessary
the 1,750 KW Worthington engine that anything helpful be reported condition. That was still true Daniel and the REA interests and desirable growth of
Installed two years ago in a to the sheriffs office. Tuesday when the above photo were ready to accept cities.
$650,000 bond issue. "It's thing going Commencement exercises for The what was left of the bill but On the Senate floor the whole
our biggest made by Telegraph.
Whatever the capacity of a now," the deputy says. So far the 225 members of the 1970 was the coup de grace was administered skein began to fall apart.
new unit in 1971, the firm capacity local lawmen have had little luck Bradford High School graduatingclass "Isn't this terrible?" Chief after the Senate passed With Home leading the par-
of the plant. will go upcolt in tracing down the stolen mo will start Sunday night at Fuqua asked. He noted the Coun .n Sen. Saunders' amendment excluding liamentary maneuvering and
1.750 KW. tors. 8 pjn. with Baccalaureate services cil's ire was raised when Mc- his district. Saunders fighting like a drown-
At the present rate of Increaseof has been recovered in the high school stadium. In In pleading his cause, Saunders ing man with a straw within reach,
Only one Lendon was called to Inspect
power usage, projections Indicate to date; It was found In Jack- the Jail. 'rt\, \ asked the Senate to give opponents nibbled away at the
that a new engine will be sonville. The Baccalaureate address will I 'p.- .. him "the same conslderationyou measure. When it passed the
two be brought by Rev. DeWitt T. the west of the Senate quitesure what
required every years.A Since last September a total The city handles an average of c w J have given area nobody was
3.000 KW unit won't postSotonCEtiet of 15 motors have been stolen. Farabee, Jr., pastor of the First 22 to 30 misdemeanor cases per Apalachlcola River, Duval County they had with the many amend-
About half have bee taken off United Methodist Church. J.C. At the holds and Disney World and right- ments tacked onto the bill.
week. times Jail as
Brown, minister of the First the Senate the bill was
From
fully so.
boats while they were, on lakes 14 so that some
as
many persons
Christian Church, will bring the the back to the commerce
He reminded members of referred
and others were taker while boats prisoners are kept In cages resembling
Invocation and concluding bene- p rr: Duval delegation he had Just mo- committee In the House wherea
were parked at homes. chicken coops and haveto
diction. Musical Interludes will Jack R-
The thieves take only the be let out four times a day to ments before voted for their bill by Rep. Murphy,
be presented by the High School amendment to exclude Doval Clearwater, was substituted by
the boats Inadequate
motors, not bothering use the toilet. The Jail has -
Chorus. County from another Daniel bill amendment to the Senate bill.
'
and Thieves
trailers. bathing
probablyfeel ventilation, heat,
Following the Baccalaureate for bringing public water and It was brought by special order -
the boats and trailers
are facilities, bedding, lighting,
service, a reception will be held under control of In the House last Tuesday
sewer systems
too large and would attract at- and toilets and has only one window Made
Promise
Reddish for members of the Senior Class A the PSC. June 2, and rushed through on a 1
tention
says. and their guests in the nigh Ted Alvarez
motion by Rep. ,
He urges residents to: "I voted to get you out from
1) Write down serial numbers school cafeteria, sponsored by "It was a flop. It was damn sure Jason, Jennifer, and Jody, 14- Jody got this crib since he's under this bad bill. I hope you D-Jacksonville, which cutoff fur
the Parent-Teacher A.aoclaUon.COMMENCEMENT: Counclrnan Bowen stated week-old triplets of Mr. and the biggest boy at 11 Ibs. 4 oz. ther amendments and further de- I
and descriptions of their motors. a flop, : will do the same for me, Sen.
That is the only positive way of flatly Tuesday. He and Police Mrs. Marvin Brown try out this Jason is now at 10 Ibs. 4 oz. Saunders said. bate. Alvarez was introducer of .
Identifying motors,Reddish says, Chief Fuqua were the only elected crib given them by Badcock's and Jennifer weights 13 pounds. The plea apparently did not the original HB-3621. '
Attorney General Earl Fair-
Associate Store. From there on it was all down
since of motors officials to make an He three
city appearance deaf
appearances can fall on ears. got
cloth will be the featured speaker The triplets now eat three Several
Badcock Manager Bill Wilson hill for the measure. a-
be at the event. If
changed by painting. or four Duval votes cast they
Summer Reading 2) Not park motors where they at Commencement Exercises promised Judy Brown If she gave squares a day, consl.tingofl-V2 had the other Saun- mendments had been approved by
Monday night, June 15, at 8 o'- of food plus cereal gone way I
Bowen praised city hall clerks birth to triplets he'd give them a Jars baby ders would have lost by one the House before debate was ,
lock in the stadium. He will crib, and he kept his promise.have and a bottle. halted, but the title was not :
for the entire four hours. would
ProgramFOR staying vote and the bill probably '
discuss "Florida's Educational
Junior Fishing amended to conform with the
have passed.Minutes .
Rodeo SaturdayAll Meeds. More people from Lawtey cameto placed city-owned: power At no time did opponents of before a final vote on bill and when It got to the Senate -
The address will
CHILDREN welcoming: the event than from Starke. ;plants and federally backed Rural the bill have enough votes to the bill Daniel motioned to REA Tuecday afternoon the defective -
be Linda
delivered Stone
by They with :Electrification Associations under But Sen. Saunders doggedly meet title was pointed out by
boys and girls 12-year-of- valedictorian and the farewell were parents teenage defeat It. people in the gallery to
STARTS JUNE children and interested in the state Public Service Com- with A few Horne and Saunders and the bill
15 were < kept picking away him outside the chamber.
Invited to a
and under are address by JoAnn Salter salu-
age the Bowen mission. In Its original form the final and was sent back to the House to
Rodeo this Saturday Jail, said. i iI amendments until version moments later he returned
Junior Fishing tatorlan. Rev. W.A. Hogan
pas be corrected. I
I
At The tlB-3621 would have established .
of the bill was unacceptable : announced "I wish to apologizeto
June 13, 9 a.m. to I p.m. at tor of the First Baptist Church, "Those residents who did come : ,
PUBLIC LIBRARY the Golf Course Lake in Keystone -* will bring the Invocation and were dissappolnted"Bowen said, territorial agreements.City would to REA's and the Florida the Senate for taking up near- When it came up again last
officials felt that I
: Power Corporation.The hours this bill. I
ly eight on
Heights. benediction. Brief will to the The council- ,
messages referring Jail. Wednesday morning, June 3,
Come have! kept cities from expending HB-3621
In And original was approved now make a motion to withdrawit
Sponsored by the Keystone also be brought by Supt. Thomas man said some persons phoned under normal growth conditions. It Reps. Ralph Turlington and Bill
the House. went
by
Register Sportsmen's Club, the L. Casey and Principal him after the to by from further consideration
Today Heights : Ralph! event say they The REA felt the bill would have the wayside, however, becauseit When first introduced and all Andrews, Gainesville Demo-
rodeo will feature prizes three Dlggs. had forgotton and would have
crats, used delaying tactics andIt I
_Ofjt rotected present service areas was Identical to Senate Bill through long committee hearingsIn
for the biggest fish Musical: interludes will be appeared otherwise.Tbat was the
age groups pre
was' not until late Wednesday ;
ntact and kept cities from encroaching 612. In the Senate, Saunders both the Senate and House
caught: littlest fish caught: and sented by the High School Chorus case with him, says Mayor Carl and afternoon when the Senate received -
: taking over areas launched his barrage of amend-
biggest family group. and the BUS Band will play Hurst who is a proponent of a the bill appeared "greased" for
the measure again.
Horne D-Tallahassee, announced -
own bait and tackle, plus Mom class song, the love theme from wan In and out of the chamber.
and Dad to bait hooks and to act Romeo and Juliet. Bowen said he wouldn't want his Final version of the controversial ; to control rates of REA's backers of the bill called
When the bill he
was
bill was withdrawn from and Nei up
tAte .84nk daughter in the Jail In "have the votes.
as repairmen etc. Mary Sue Underhill will serveas or son put
r- out of the Chamber and It
was
':consideration in the final hours
th
Free drinks will be served at master of ceremonies.In Its present condition. He points eof Rep. Gene Shaw, D-Starke,wasa
-- -Nrau..w lunch. Fishermen and their families case of rain both programswill out that any person arrested for of the legislative session last the PSC, but Florida Power proponent of the bill. was temporarily passed until

......_ -c.t are asked to bring their be held in the school audi- a traffic violation be placed In Thursday by Sen. Welborn Dan- I.. Shaw was instrumental push- (Continued on Page Four)
own food. torium. Jail lieu of a cash bond at the >el, D-Clermont. Daniel apolo- But the amended version, par- ing the original bill out of the

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'Romance In Venice Used As Theme Episcopal,Women Putnam-Jackson

? For Colorful Junior-Senior PromThe Report SuccessOf Engagement Told

Bradford High Junior-Sen Turner, spokesman for the Junior Flea Market, Vickie Putnam and Jeffrey

for Prom, sponsored by the Jun- Class, who also thanked those Jackson have set Friday, June
ior Parent Organization,was held who helped organize the event. A Mrs. Charles Darby presented 19 at 8 p.m. as the date of
: i5ikJL Saturday night, May 30,In the new gift was presented to the Junior the Inspirational 'God's Will and their wedding to be held in the
National Guard armory. Class sponsors, and Miss Carol You"Monday evening at the monthly First Presbyterian Church witha
The approximately 500 who at- Reddish Junior Class president, meeting of the Women of reception following in the old
tended were greeted at the door was recognized for her year's St. Mark's Episcopal Church.She church manse.
by Mrs.R.V.Turner and escortedto work. was Introduced by Mrs. Edward All friends and relatives of
Gtedya Moot/: Phone 964-7608 / their tables by 14 Sophomore Entertainment was provided by Burns, devotional chairman.The the couple are cordially Invited

prom servers elected by the Junior The Soul Tenders, a fivepieceband meeting was held In the Parish to attend.
Editor
r Society Class. They were Jenese Jo- from Orlando. Various House with Mrs. Clyde B. Ter-

nes, Janel Titus,Dotty; Underhill, students assisted occasionally by Illegar Jr. and Mrs. Burns as
i and dancing with them on hostesses.Mrs. and Mrs. Bob Farriorof
Bar- singing Mr.
Sharon Lamb
Wager ,
k Mary ,
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W' -- bara Ten Elck, Linda Edwards the sTponsor. Terwlllegar. president, Brooksville spent Saturdayand
Jimmy Andrews, Dennis Rhoden, extend thanks to stated the recent Flea Marketwas Sunday with her parents
Party HonoringMiss Mark Patray, Richard Kirkland, the Juniors Junior parents, and so successful the proceeds Mr. and Mrs. Ralph DIggs. The
Mike King, Ricky Johns, and citizens of Bradford County; who have enabled the women to air- Farrior home was badly damaged
BarksdaleAt
Greg Gay. helped finance the dance by their condition the Parish House. This by fire last Friday.

Hardy Home Mrs. Leon Starling and Mrs. generosity; during the spring was the only building oftheEpIs- .
Roland Clerlcuzio presided at candy sale. copal property; that was not air-
Miss Bobble Sue Barksdale, the refreshment table, where conditioned. All were thankedfor also announced that Bible School
bride-elect of June 27, was com- punch, sandwiches, and candies their participation,. but would begin July 6 and continuefor
plimented with a party Friday r were served. ThomasCarltonWedding the following were given two weeks. Six boys and
night given by Mrs. Gene Ivey, The decorations carried out the Date Set special credit: Mrs. Edward girls from St. Anne's In Jack-
Mrs. H.M.Hatcher Jr., and Mrs. theme, "Romance In Venice," Adams, Mrs. Martha Moore,Bill sonville will be the teachers and
J.E. Hardy at the home of the lat- with the artificial ceiling over the 26 has been Epps, Clyde Terwtllegar, Mrs. will be housed by local parish-

ter.Guests seating area composed of mid- ..Friday.. the June wedding: date for William Hood, JohnSImpson,Mr. oners. Lunch will be furnished
were greetedatthedoorby night blue streamers hung from .t as to Kenneth and Mrs. John Myers, Mrs Fred by the Women of suggested
Mrs. Ivey and presented to the the focal point, a mirrored revolving Elizabeth Thomas Pine Level Baotlst Glenn, Mrs. J.D. Seymour, Mrs. Mrs. O.L. Beasley
receiving line composed of the silver ball. The tables, Carlton at 8 with a reception Eleanor Kelly, William Bradleyand having visitors In the church to
honoree, her mother, Mrs. Robert covered with red and white checked Church at p.m.In the educational Mrs.Jewel Noegel. fill out Identification cards for
Barksdale, and Mrs. T.R.O'- cloths, were centered with a following Bishop West will vlsltSt.Markson further followup.Mrs. .
Brian, mother of the bridegroomelect. lighted candle surrounded by a building.bride-to-be Is the dawhr July 12 for the Institution of Herbert Thomas will send
cluster of multi-colored tissue The Russell Rev. Jack Flynn as the new min birthday cards to children In
and Mrs.
Highlighting points of InterestIn paper flowers. The seating area ter of Mr. Carlton Is the ister. A covered dish luncheon Daisy Cottage, Sunland for the
the patio and family room was founded by two white columns Thomas and Mr. Robert will be held after the service. summer. She read a letter from
IEMargaret were arrangements of shasta daisies which formed the entrance to the son of Mr.of and Starke.Mrs. Rev. Fred Yerkes will also be Supt. Phillips thanking the Epis-

and day lilies. dance floor. The walls of the Carlton, all and relatives are honored at this time. Mrs. Will- copal Women for their deeds In
'-- ---- Mrs. Hatcher and Miss Susan r dance were covered with Venetian All friends lam Carter will be chairman of past years.
Wiggins Invited guests Into the murals, 33 feet long, and In Invited to attend, the affair. Mrs. H.A. Bishop Jr. and Mrs.
A. Griffis dining room where the refresh- the right hand corner was a beau- Youth work was discussed by Carter will have choir duty; the
Is Paxon ment table was covered with an tifully lighted fountain. Mrs. Lester Crews entered Mrs. Carter who stated that the month of July. Mrs. Beasley and
GraduateMiss Imported cutwork cloth and centered Guests were welcomed by Brant Riverside Hospital Wednesdayfor EYC would meet at least once a Mrs. KIncaId will be hostesse
with a pyramid arrange- minor surgery. month during the summer. She In September.
Margaret Ann Grtffls ment of pink and white carnations -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. EarlV. mums and pompoms. This Mary Bollinger Weds Jan E. DouglasIn

Griffls, of Jacksonville,grad- was flanked by pink tapers In Hattiesburg Miss. Church RitesThe OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
silver candelabra. Presiding( at :
uated from Paxon High School SUNDAY 1
to 6 P.M.
last Friday night In ceremoniesat the punch bowl were Mrs. Ver-
of silk
First Church in gown candlelight organza
Baptist
gle Barksdale and Mrs. R.A.
the Jacksonville Coliseum.
Colson. Hattiesburg, Miss. was the setting over taffeta featuring an empire
waist and long sleeves accented SALE DAYS LEFT!
Miss Griffis attended elemen- Assisting In serving were for the marriage of Miss
tary school InStarke before moving Misses-Jayne and June Hardy, Mary Grace Bollinger, daughterof with re-embroidered venice lace. 3
Her mother Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bollingerof Venice lace covered the frontof !
to Jacksonville. Gayle Hatcher, Mrs. James V. BIG SAVINGS
the bodice and formed the
of Starke to Jan Eric Douglas, ;
Is the former Grace ThIgpen Crosby, Mrs. James H. Dennis,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Allison A. high collar. The chapel length
Starke, and she Is the grand- and Mrs. Myrtice Nichols.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vasco The hostesses presented the Douglas of Gulfport. Miss. Dr. mantilla of candlelight Illusion s .
honoree with a corsage and a Brooks H. Wester performed the fell from a small pillbox, and .
Crtffls, Mrs. Lois ThIgpen, and piece of her chosed china as nuptials on Thursday, May 28, was edged all around with Venice
the late Wallace Thigpen Sr., a menento of the occasion. at 8 p.m. lace. She carried a mother-of-
all of Starke. She Is the nieceof Approximately 75 guests called Nuptial music was presentedby pearl Bible, a gift from her aunt, '
Sgt. W.E. (Billy) Thlgpen. between the appointed hours, Donald Winters, organist, and which was topped with a white e ., I
who is serving with the armed including Mrs. J.W. Home and Mrs. W.M. Breland Jr.,violinist. orchid and sprays of Ulies-of-
forces In Munich, Germany. Mrs. Billy Home of Hampton. Forming the backgroundforthe thevalley.A .

.. __ _. __ ceremony was an arch candelabra reception was held in the
.m" ''''m' church recreation
decorated with greenery and flowers hall,which was I D
In shades of pink,and dainty; decorated for the occasion with
satin streamers flowed from the groupings of greenery. The .e
arrangement. Woodwardla ferns bride's table was covered with
were placed on either side. Sin- bridal lace and centered with a
c gle cathedral candles decorated four-tiered wedding cake balan-

f with greenery and pink flowers ced by silver candelabra. The
were used throughout the auditor- bridesmaids bouquets served as
decorations around the punchbowl
ium.Mr. Mrs. Thomas N. Rushingand MENS PERMANENT PRESS
Douglas attended his son Mrs. Maurice McWhortercut
as best man. Groomsmen were the bride's
cake.
Gary Ebans, Cleamon Downs and Wall '
Mrs. O.M. grandmotherof
Hank Guest. Ushers were James the groom, kept the bride'sbook SPORT SHIRTS d' .
., Smith.Durham, Thom McNeil and David at a table decorated with a ,
white wedding candle. Mrs. Don-
Miss Martha Ann Bollinger 2 aid >,Winters, aunt of the bride, ..
served her sister maid of .
as
greeted the guests! at,the door '
honor and bridal attendants were t at the tioFollowing at $2.99 I t
r re compare i
Miss Bollinger, sister '
Marilyn
1 % a wedding trip to
$
of the bride Miss Patricia Wood- New Orleans 88
the is
couple residing
5 i ard of Mobile,Ala.and Miss Dea- in Louisville, Ky. The yChoice of regular and but Pw y

i nna Douglas of Gulfport, Miss. bride chose for traveling a blue ton-down collars in the
sister of the groom. silk linen suit. latest fashion solids and
All attendants were gowned a- fancies. No-iron polyester-
Mrs. Jim Lawson! president of the Junior Woman's like In gowns of aqua linen fash- I S-XL.
cotton.
Club; Mrs Bill Chambers chairman of education; and ioned with a square neckline and Mrs. Murry McRae and daugh-

Mrs. Roland Clerlcuzio are pictured with materials usedIn short capulet sleeves trimmed ter, Tryphenla and Mr.and Mrs.
with An insertionof
tiny buttons.
the reading for boys and Herbert Thomas attended the
promoting: summer program linen enhanced with tiny cover- wedding In
girls at the Bradford County Library. ed buttons and a flat bow in the Looney-Broughton Gainesville Saturday afternoon. DRESS SHIRTS MENS
back accented the lifted bodice BANLON KNITS
and soft fullness of the skirt.
Summer Reading Regatta The veils drifted from deml-caps Carrie Miss Ritch Annie attended Darby and the graduation Mrs.- $ SOX

of silk petals and tear drops.They of their niece Miss Jan 3
Starts June 15 At LibraryA carried nosegays of spring flo Ritch, from St. Johns Country 2 for Y for$5
wers. rV., t
School in Orange Park on June
Given in marriage by her Our regular $1.99 { ,
Summer Regatta Is under of the county.; father, the bride wore a formal 2. each, nc -Iron.- 100% S Compare at $3.95 each
way--at the Bradford County; Lib- The program will start June l 15 1 :
nylon tricot anywhere) Choice of
rary.--a "reading regatta" for and continue through August 22. summer entire
boys and girls who would like Reading cards are available at shirt with the new stock many styles
to enter a new world of excite- the library, and all boys and girls longer point collar. in placket or hi-crew
ment, adventure, and fun this In the county; are invited to White and colors. neck. Newest fashion
summer, through the world of come by and get theirs as soon 14V4.17. colors. S-XL.
books. as possible.The .
The program is being sponsored librarian will give com-
by the Junior Woman's plete details of how boys and
Club whose members have dis- girls can earn a Regatta But.
tributed materials about the program ton while enjoying a summer of LADIES JAMAICA SETSPECTACULAR
in all elementary schools reading adventure. 4

1IV"t"" ". _" ':_"":': ...:-...- SANDALS '
Rivers, Reunion ar ,

Held At Graham r' the seasons FOLDING S
4 SLIPPERS
TRAVEL
The Rivers family reunion was biggest

held last Sunday at the home of our
ri=H SLIPPERS reg.
Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Rivers in seller!
Graham. A large number of relatives $384SET
gathered for this occasionand $5 sets

enjoyed the day together.
Those attending Included Mr. $
and Mrs. Pierce Crews, of Law- v the YOUR '
toy;; Mr. and Mrs. James Rivers

and family and Mr. and Mrs. CHOICE VARIOUS STYLES
Phillip. Wilder, Orlando; Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Hyman and family, Woven knit tops in stripes or prints in
Mrs. Onie! Thornton, Mr. and V various necklines. Pull-on stretch
Mrs. B.M. Johns, and Mrs. Robert SKORT .6 jamaicas in complimentary pastels and
Springer, Auburndale; Miss compare at $1.99 I / r 1; s darks. Completely washable. Sizes 818.
Jill Hendrix, Lakeland; Mr. and
BON MODE HOSE
Mrs. W.S. Crews, Jacksonville; '
Sensational values in ,
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, LIL Summer footwear., Come i' s One of our b.(t selling /88
Worthington Springs; Mr. and nylon..lI"lar&Ocpt'.2 pre
Mrs. Leon Ellington and family see them.Fashion colors .
and Mr. and Mrs. W.F. sizes S-XL.

Atwood and family< all of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Alken of LADIES"
and Mfs. Outlaw ;:
Mr. Johnny Keystone Heights announce the ;
and Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Shaw, PANTIES
marriage of their daughter, An- $399IT'S
LaCrosse Will Ralford
Rogers
; ;
gela Lee, to Bennie Massey,
Mr. and Mrs. Lovett
Wayne Jr., son of Dr. BennIe Massey,
Honolulu Hawaii Mr. and Mrs
; Sr. of Palatka, and Mrs. Valda SPRINGMAID
W.S. Rivers and family, Dothan, Massey also of Palatka.Mr. 2 for JUNIORS. PETITES
Ala., and Miss Sherrl Hamby, COLORED
Massey attended St. Johns MISSES2 SIZES
Polk City; Rever Junior College.Miss Alken
A SHORT r SHEETS rayons sol iris
Mra. Herbert Green was a member of the 1970 grad- Epr_ _i nts. _* (
uating class of Keystone Heights IT'S A SKIRT : DRESSESvalues
Honored by Staff High School. : y- I1---" \
The couple was married In
Of Health Dept.Mrs. Folkston, Ga. on April 11, and Permanent press polyester-cotton GIRLS f
will make their home In Palm The comfort and style has In choice of four fashion colors. $ 99
Herbert green, who Is ka. been a fashion hit! Various PANTIES \\ 6

Bradford retiring as County secretary Health from the styles to choose from in 72X104 or Twin Fitted .. ..SALE J2M ;
; Department Lt Col. and Mrs. W.H. Ed .....
at after a farewell nine years party,was Friday honored wards and family left Wednes- permanent press polycotton.Prints 81X104 or Full Fitted. .. .. SALE $$3"Matching r to $10.99
day for a three year tour of and solids. 816. '
the afternoon staff in the Clinic given by duty; in Kalserslautern. Germany: Pillow Cases. . SALE $1M 1 pr. z.kf Swingy new Summer dresses at
after two weeks visit with their an end-of-season price! Latest
Mrs. Green was presented witha parents, Mr. and Mrs.J.G.Caldwell styles in most wanted fabrics
rose tree from the staff In
and Mrs. Hal Edwards at and colors. Great buysl!
remembrance of her services.
Kngsley Lake.

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Banquet Given UDC Installs ; jerS8n'1 SALE

For 3 GraduatesAt New PresidentAt .b1th

Pine Level Annual PicnicMrs.

Three BHS seniors Billy My
rick, David Savage and Paul George W. Roberts was
Faulkner, members of Pine Lev- Installed as president of the W.T.
Weeks chapter UDC at their annual -
el Baptist Church, were honoredat
a banquet last Thursday nightIn covered dish luncheon meet
the Pine Level education build ing held Wednesday of last weekat FREEMOWER1\ \
of Mrs. F.B. Beardon
ing, given by the 7th and 12th the home
grade young people of the church. KIngsley Lake.
A Serving on the board with Mrs.
red and white color schemewas

large carried red out silhouette In decorations.A :was hungon will Roberts be Mrs.for Lester the year Crews 1970-71, first Mac Says: with your new International Cub Cadet Tractor

one wall with the class motto vice-president; Mrs. J.W. KIn- That's right! You get a FREE Inter. time only-so in
stop select
caid, second vice-president; today, 'I
and the
banquet tables held Inventory
the
red candles down the length. Mrs W.B. Mundy, secretary; We have Largest tional rotary mower when you pur a new Cub Cadet from six models,

Interspersed with garlands of Mrs H.L.Speer,treasurer;Miss we have had all chase a new International Cub and get your rotary mower .

Ivy. Arrangements of red roses Miss Madge Norma Middleton Canova, registrar, historian.; and year. Close to 100 Ve Cadet lawn and garden tractor performance-matched to famous
was used In the hall.
buffet lunch served now!This offer is good for limited Cub
the The was a Cadet power at
During program Miss Gall hides. We are Ready to ,
Reddish, a missionary to Peru, from a table centered with an I
presented "This Is Your Life" arrangement of summer flowers. Reduce this Inventory. Seeus
During the business meeting del
The new pastor Rev.John Strick
land, gave a short talk, and six egates were elected for the state TODAY for the Deal YEAR 'ROUND VERSATILE
convention In the fall. 1
from the
girls group sang sev- can't Turn Down ,
eral Happy birthday was sung for you 1
selections.
Among the 41 present were and Mrs.Jefferson Clyde B.Davis Terwillegar whose birthdays Jr., and we won't.Let's TIME SAVING POWER IS YOURS!
the honor
guests' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Faulkner, Mrs. feU on June 3. 73 7'-wpowermodel' t-
C.W Snvaee. and Mr. and Mrs. ally..rtr.nsmisslonINTERNATIONAL !
Celebrate.
Bob MyncK. Dance And Piano .

Hold RecitalAt IflR 10hors.powr model/-
Pupils n n fD)
Duplicate Bridge :MAC: BALDWIN, DEALER .1I1IMlIan&lllllllon!!

Winners Named Woman's ClubA \J.!: D \

recital for Dorothy Winter 107( hydrostatic lOtorMPow tr rnwdtl! I-
Ac!"a:In Dovell and RonSchcsnau I1II \ nimtiloiIOC
Salazar school of dance and Mrs I.I fi.rn lfo
were the winningcouple
E.M Davis piano pupils was !:: lv
at Duplicate Brldg held Friday night, June 5, In all-gear
Tuesday night where there the Starke Woman's Club. I
'were six tables! In play. The stage was decorated with LAWN AND

Mike Wager and Jad Clem native greenery, gardenias and 127 12hors.pow.rmaN1' I
ents were second; Mra. Edward summer flowers for the program. GARDENTRACTORS hydrost.tictr.nsmisslonsspowsf
Bums and Mrs. Martha Piano pupils were:Karen Jack-
Moore were third; Pat son, Karen Reddish Adrienne I
Sprague and Carolyn Schoen- Barry, Drew Barry, Robin 147 "d'':: n t-
au were fourth; and Mrs. Lex Chism, Joyce Farrabee, Dale "y t.tlctr nim1iilon
Green and Mrs. O. J. McGrilf Haas, Lisa Ekard, Dianne Yawn, WITH QUICK
Sr. were filth. and Barbara Schmitt. Dance pupils ATTACH IMPLEMENTS!
The Duplicate Bridge Club were Vickie Carver, Jana
meets every Tuesday night In Godwin, Janice Jockel, Elisa 6 NEW MODELS I
the Pratt Street Center with Johns, Betsy Yawn, Susan It
play beginning promptly at Willford, Latain Herres, Debbie
7:30: pm. Bridge players are Edwards, Jennifer Dockery, r rM
Invited to attend. Sara Bigg, and Carol Diggs. w r A r
Pink carnation corsages anda
gift were presented to each
Stork Shower teacher. The students were also P J

For Mrs. Smith sweetheart presented rose with bouquet flowers to each: a ,,,,-.,,,,__ I

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S "
girl and a boutonniere to each
At Alvarez HomeMrs. boy,

Following the recital refresh- t1
ments' The 1/11HMY M ...
were served. table I "

mented. Thad at a stork Smith shower was compli-Tues- was cloth covered and centered with a with white linen eTOP DOLLAR TRADE _....-.....a.a_, _aa...W...-....c:_v an.v..r..4._...__.....-,_., I
an arrangement __ _
day night at the home of Mrs. of red roses, pink FOR YOUR OLD MOWER I _.1.---..,_..._..____w_._.
Owen Alvarez Jr. Hostesses with .
carnations and white mums.Mrs. .LOW DOWN PAYMENT.I' wos.rsrr.n.a I ..
Mrs. Alvarez were Mrs. Mark trucks ....
Chevrolet
Ralph Dlggs V
7.0
Moody, Mrs. Wayne. Sapp Mrs. poured punch. .EASY BUDGET TERMS)r-
Jimmy Thornton Mrs. Alvin -
Farr, Mrs. Jerald Baldwin and Reception Given

Mrs.A pink Jesse, blue Ricks., green and yel- For Father KirbyIn outlast. outvalue Ii

low color scheme was carriedout Parish Hall OUTSTANDING FEATURES:

In the party decorations. .3-SPEEO OIIECT DIIVE lltt TUCTOITIMSMISSION 01ITDUSMTIC "N0-SNIFT"TMRSIISSIM!

The refreshment table was cov- Father Edward Kirby of St. and outsell all .NO TMNSMISSION HITS TO VEM OUT I B SUIT IN W CEM
ered with white linen cloth
a Edward's Catholic Church, who liD NUII"SIIFT,IPI' .SLIDING GEM DESIGN CIYES
and centered with an arrange-
left Monday for a five weeks un CLASHIEUllflliCI
,
ment of pastel colored summer
flowers. The sheet cake was tour of Europe before startinghis other makes _..-. .-__
pastorate In Fernandina on -
decorated with pink, blue, green _. -
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July 17, was honored at a reception ----- _. _. -".. -
and yellow booties. -- --
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Gifts were presented to the Sunday evening given by ... .
honoree In bassinet decoratedIn St. Edward's parish.
a
yellow and white. The hos- The parish hall was decoratedfor
tesses presented her with a baby the occasion with arrange- EAR'S TOP FEATURE STOR
ments of hydrangeas. The refreshment -
clothes hamper as a mementoof table was covered
the occasion. 'See'i
with a white linen cloth: and
During the party hours games
centered with an arrangement of a
with prizes were enjoyed by the
hydrangeas and daisies in a silver i
70 guests. '
candelabra bowl. Pink flanked tapers the In center-silver 70 CHEVY PICKUPS :

piece.
Mrs. E.J. Dowling Sr.ardMrs. Members of the church and i"
E.M. Long and daughter, Helen friends from Starke, Ralford and .
Jane, attended the Pater-Muniz Macclenny: attended between the CHEVY BUILDS i _

wedding In Gainesville Saturday hours 8:30: and 10:30: p.m. to
afternoon. wish Father Kirby farewell.

Glen Grady of Fernandina 'EM BETTERTO J ,

Beach Is spending this week with Mrs. W. F. Atwood and child-
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews at ren attended the graduation of

Kingsley Lake. her brother, Billy Ray Rivers,
from Aubumdale High School LAST LONGER 1tJIM
Capt. and Mrs. Dan Pater HI last Friday night. Mrs. Atwoodwas
of Las Vegas, Nev. spent the accompanied home by her
past week with their parents, mother, Mrs. OnIe Thorton and LAWSON ERMIE JONES
Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Long In they attended the Rivers family
Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan reunion In Graham on Sunday. And Best Of All
Pater Jr. In Keystone Heights.Mr. f

Mr and Mrs. W.J. Johnstonand ,f
and Mrs. W.E. Tllley visited son, Jere of Miami will be
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren Friday overnight guests of Mr. OUR PRICES; M
In Waycross, Ga. over the week- and Mrs. James Barron.
end. Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Cressler
returned Friday from three I
Ricky Crawford of Brooksvllle weeks visit with their children,
Is spending a month with his and Mrs. William 1 K. Booth at
father, Rudolph Crawford and Fort Walton Beach and Mr. and Are Competetive With Ordinary TrucksASK '
Mrs. t rawford. Mrs. Charles W. Cressler at
Calhoun, Ga., and also spent a : 9 -1
Miss Louise Stern attended the week in the Blue Ridge Mountains .
Luzler divisional luncheon meet- 1
Ing at the Thunderbird Motelin OUR SALESMEN ABOUT I
Jacksonville on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
visited their son and daughter- i
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Weldon and In-law Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dan- SPECIAL NOVA PRICE REDUCTIONAND i J Ji
family of Jacksonville are spend- sby and daughter In Lansing, i
ing the weekend at the Weldon Mich last week.
cottage on Crystal Lake.
Mrs. Oscar H. Thomas of
Gainesville was weekend guestof WALTER ALVAREZ ESTON JORDAN 1
Scott McIntyre of Jacksonville
; IMPALA 400 SALE
spent several days last week Mrs. Eve Baldwin.
with his grandparents, Mr. and J.R. Bulllnrton returned last
Thursday after spending a week-
Mrs. J.H. DuPre
in Alachua General Hospital.

Mrs.J.R. Chasteen Jr of
Belle Glade was here Mondayto Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. ; had
take her daughter, Tina, and as Saturday visitors, their son- .H
mother, Mrs. H.L. Brownlee to in-law' and daughter,Airman and III.v.
Mrs. R.G Thornton of Jacksonville -
Keystone Heights to spend the NAS and Mr. and Mrs .
week with Mr and Mrs. J.R. Thornton Sr. of Miami. .
Chasteen Sr. She left her daughter #

Connie, with Mr. and Mrs.R. Mrs. J. C. Dukes and daugh- .
V, Turner for the week, preparatory ter, Stephanie, will return Sat
to the Chasteens mov- urday after two weeks wlslt with
ing to the State Farm next week, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards In
to reside In the Sidney Fortner Meridian Miss. while Mr.Dukes "T. S. :301 North Phone 964-7Snn
house. Mr. and Mrs. Fortner was at National Guard Camp U. :301 North Phone 9647500STARKE
will be assistant superintendentat STARKE FLORIDA"Sooner
the Correctional: Institutional. Mrs. I.E. Kuschel of Jackson- FLORIDA"Sooner ,
ville was Monday overnight guest I
Mr. and Mrs. James Barron ,rf Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mac or Later Your Favorite Dealer"JUNE I7
Dealer"
Barron In Daytona Beach over (Continued on Page Four) or Later Your Favorite

the weekend. . . . . . . . . . . . .

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"What's that?" he- asked Dan- piece of trashy legislation."

Damage Suit }Voters Stay-Put. Supt. Davis is certain REA
iel."A scribbler's error" Daniel Interests will push another stay-
Filed Against (From Preceding Page) From Preceding: Pagst said. Saunders then called the put bill next year. He says some

in that spot. Thursday morning. "whole bill a scribbler's error." type of agreement Is needed to
Is expected to run
the orderly growth ,
for
Lake ButlerThe -School Board Chairman II.A. Saunders found a section In "The House tried to railroada provide '
: ) bill through and came witha of city-owned power companies ;
( Lawson has Indicated he will the House passed substitute which up
also retire after putting In 20 referred to "private electric utility piece of meaningless legislation. when growth causes annexation 1
City of Lake Butler and to take place. j
bill
.: he said. "At least the
and l the Pier Club are be'ntr sued years on that board. cooperatives. we had In the Senate was studied But Davis said this REA backed !
of for damages by Mae: R. -City Councilman Tom whether NoUn he and heard and through the stay-put bill was not the answer. 'I
Thornton and her has been uncertain need Is something we
husband. "What we
another term. amendment we put on It we almost
V, Elmer for Injuries Allegedly will As far be as seeking is known this early f made a good bill out of a can live with."
received In a tall at' Lakeside
.
both Wiggins and Tucker planto
Park. Damages tusked! are In :a..
seek reelection.A .
excess of 1000. hot two-party race is developing -
The complaint otates that for the county clerk's f
among the recreaittonal facilities
spot which now pays $11,000.
at the recreation area Inman Green Republican appointee -
and tattling beach Is a wooden now serving as clerk, Is
( boardwalk, and that priorto making plans to run for the a OR ANY
and May 29 at 4 p.m. the defendants two year term. Names of possi- ADHERE STEEL
negligently alloweda ble Democratic candidates in the TO CARS
slippery substance to accu- breeze are MaurlceEdwardslocal & TRUCKS SURFACECONVENIENT
mulate and remain on the cattleman; Gib Drown,Starke
boardwalk In the vicinity of service station operator and
the !the shower area. Mrs. Margie Dowling owner ofDowling's J ECONOMICAl..
The plaintiffs allege that Produce.
ace IMrs. Thornton slipped!) and fell -Johnny Blain Thompson own- .,
at
on the walk on May 29 and! er of the Plaza Barber Shop BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPH
\
that she was injured and that and a Lawtey resident is expected (!I
such Injuries are e'lthsr:,: per to seek the school board
manent or of a continuing! na. seat of Buster Bennett OiNOHAM-FRESH

ture. Both p'alr.Uffs: ask for
I damages and coats! and for a Late in April the phone com-
Bury trail.Lakeside. pany in a letter to city sub-
I Park Is owned by scribers notified them a seven NEW BRICK HOMES
the City of Lake Butler andleased cents per month surcharge wouldbe
by the Pier Club. made beginning In June to --
pay the $906 pole charge the I I' ,sJNh \ :_.10#
Phones city had imposed for Novem- "', ..
ber and December of 1969. r ...'..
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Iff company regulations can pass stipulate on the the phone users SERVICE CATHOLIC SCHEDULE ChurchesST. ii : i :. :.ri .

any extra charge or tax over :
EDWARD'S. Starke:
one per cent of gross revenue. j. .. .....
They said If the surcharge wouldbe Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and ;: ; .;
removed it would have to 9:13: a.m.Thllnday. -- : -- ----
: be later made part of the firm's Mass. ':SO p.m. "..1 '- -
rate base because ultimately the Mleaculou Medal Novena:
.i OVER 1300 SQ. FT. HEATED
'" customers must pay the bill. !Saturday 7 p.m. NEW BRICK HOMES
,; Differences between the city AREA
and phone company began last ST. WILLIAM'S Keystone NO Down Payment .> COMPLETELY FINISHED

; : : year when the company soughta Heights (On Your Lei ,In Town Or Country)
40 per cent rate hike from Sunday Mass, t a.m. AS LOW AS $60.00 BRICK HOMES
Welnesday Mass & Novena.
the Florida Public Utilities
t'il
FHA INSPECTED
Commission. Last August the 7 p.m. PER MONTH

PSC granted the Continental ST. MARY'S Macclenny: Includv Tni ,.\n ; Telephone System, of which Flo- !Sunday Mass. 11:30 a.m. Year/ Inconir Regulates Your Monthly payment
BATH
CERAMIC
rida State Telephone Co. is a CASH PRICE $16,000.00INTEREST
; subsidiary, a 30 per cent rate: BUILT-IN APPLIANCES
; Increase. 8i % AS SET BY THE

;! Two-party residential phones, THE BRADFORD FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION CENTRAL HEAT
I for Instance went from $4.80 COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished
; per month for local service to CALL
$6.75; one-party residential every Thursday
phones went from $5.80 to $7.50. at 138 W. Call StreetStarke

When the 30 per cent rate Florida 32091 David and Mary Lou Black -- 964-7469
hike was okayed by the PSC
the city fathers moved immed- Second class postage paid
iately last October to establisha at Starkr. Florida 700 BRIDGES STREET STARKEOR

$4.50 per year per pole chargefor
the phone company's use Subscription Rates:
of 1,209 utility poles In the city. In trade area: S5.00 per
The city billed the phone com- year; $3.75 six months. James Prince 964-5136
for ---
pany $906 In pole charges
November and December of 1969, Outside trade area: S3.SO
which the phone company paid per year; $3.00 six month 1408 OLD LAWTEY ROAD

this past March.

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Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen and ISTAtLISHEO 1904BodcocJtb

Sunday Mrs. Ida at St.Lee Augustine Plummer Beach.spent Known for UNBEATABLE BUYS..bot in Our


Dr. William II. Green of Arlington -
Va. spent Friday to Mon-
day with his parents "Mr. arid
Mrs. Lex Green and his wile Spring
who has been visiting the Lex
Greens for two weeks.



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Garbage Plan
Explained
anon of a landnil 'with a com- 000 with a five-man crew. Records To Healthhave II Study Group home. But remember, fleas multiply -
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pres s or< to compact:. and !mien\ are kept of tonnage for --0- ... Fleas are like fair-weather faster than dogs.
cover: trash was !described fcar future reference. to categories and cover Kite .old landfill to The Bradford County Poultry ben!! cited by the state llle tlc tank problems, he said friends--they congregate when
rid of the dogs Isn'tthe
Jack Trw4k.: Bradford Cow of Hn. glass plastic and gar make it useful property\ again. Association! has been polio- board of health Tom Strk&land. .of the conditions: are ideal. Getting J
tor MnlUrlan. to members of bag*. The initial coat -was $90.- Committees reported: .on lag and combatting: sanitation. Gene Rayburn..recreation' Health Planning Council of So, If some .of you second- rid answer.of their Most folks complain who that get ,
the surveys' of air pollution, solid director for the cltyof Starke. friends look bit pets
the rate flea-
Environmental Health 000. problems recently urging Jacksonville, compared prcb- a
fleas become numberoua in the t
Etu4 Committee Tueatfaynight. ; tn his pnettmtnary survey' 'wastes collection and disposal installation of gas burners fit expressed the, need for further lems and solutions tn otherconununi'tles bitten--look for fleas. yard and even Invade the home.
public water,. public' have development of lakes and< other Or, if large numbers of fleas I
for using thte yrt tem in Brad- waste, which also: an with those found .
,
At the meeting in Hampton ford County Trawlck. thoughtIt sewage and sanitation, and "after-burner" to purify! the recreation: area in Bradford here. He spoke of financing, are causing Fido to get behind With the pets gone the fleas I.
city hall. Trawfcfc could be recreational sanitation. alter dead chick County He advocated a county with his scratching, the answeris find themselves with no domestic ,
told of r1s- out Into operation air burning: available through federal allocations 'I
animals which to feed
John Myers reported that recreation program similar simple--get another dog. on
,
IttoB Oayton-ChUton Couaty for approximately $43,000. The '.
air ens.Robert to that of the of Stark, wdith local matching Therefore they begin to aggravate \
pollution In the City be the
in Alabama !to study theUr"waste 60 containers to be placed: county Scott discussed solid hinds Adding a dog may answer I
was mainly exhaust fumes landfillsare with directors In each com- for those who oppose the ; the homeowner. ;
disposal ,
project and explained around the county 'would coat wastes reporting that
how tine same: plan $250 each. from autos and diesel trucks. presently' the only means munity.
could' be used here. The Lawtey City Council has A secondary source waflumes used here. He endorsed the Public acwaves' and eandtalion
Chdlton. County hag 33 acres dust! secured six acres for a from pulp. mill, dumps program; outlined by Trawlck reported by Jack Tra-
for landfill, : lane 'burning, and odors from eew- 'wick showed Starke as the
he sated and one new rn two mile east earlier.
operator; fun time, does the taf the city. Its present. 12- age. He added that, clean air Public water, reported on !only community 'with a sewer/ day
compacting and covers all Tearld. landfill has been In- In, Bradford County was more by Don Hill was listed as system. Septic tank are the ; 0
trwfc and Junk IncJwaine repdigerators adequate for severay years, it abundant than many localities mandatory, for all cities! (as 'other means of sewage dlspoa1. -
because of. minimum, of 1. The Boning 'board has incorporated -
and' automobiles. "was saId. The county sanitation well as sewers) ''by 1973 accord -
The? are presently servicing:. depM'tmentVi1U! fill in smoke -and -fumeprodu- to state law. Some 1WIVeJ1eomm.unltLes new regulation
cing Industrie. already pertaining' sanitation 'which
nearby( :
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'Tom Presented Sawyer'By 'Second' Police, ) Force Car Strikes, Nuisance preliminary in both cases hearings were dismissed and charges

The cases were first degrei
I Brooker Students Kills CowA Phoning arson charges against Pete Raft
Helps Curb Break-Ins OIlY In a May 19 trailer home flre
The Brooker PTA and community and aggravated assault carryinga
SetA
Miami man escaped InJury Trial
were entertained Tues- concealed weapon charges
day night. May 26. by Mrs. Starke's Auxiliary Police Department Mansfield, and Dennis Roark. last Thursday. June Jellied 4, against Ernest Smith. Ha had
Peggy Stanwlx.llay's 5th Nut of 11 members has cut Every member of the auxiliary when his oar struck and local youth must stand been charged with an assault upon
6th grad class in a three-act down the number of breakingand force has 200 hours of law enforcement a according cow on SR-16 to the east Florida ofStarke trial on charges nusiance phone Robert Lee on May 12.
,
presentation of Tom Sawyer entering In the past few training, just as a : calls County Judge Theron A.
"The Glorious tewaslwr., months, according to Police Chief regular policeman Chief Fuqua Highway Patrol station Yawn has ruled after hearing In other court action, grand
Scenery and costumes were Ken Fuqua who has high praisefor points out. In fact, he has hired here. evidence lnapreUmlnaryhearing larceny charges have been tiled
designed and constructed by the part-time policemen who several members of the forceas Friday, June 15. against James Lloyd, 24of the
the student, and programs work free of charge. regular city patrolmen. Damage to the 1970 Chevrolet Penney Farms area, on a com-
were made by Peggy Stokes, Three auxiliary policemen plus Auxiliary members are required driven by- RcSert:!: Gene Larry Lee Turner,18,who liveson plaint signed by Don B. Page.
Cth grade. the two regular city patrolmenwere also to put In four hoursof Dee-son. 23. (Miami, -was esti- US-301: north of Starke, was
Charlie Castlen 'was seen in used to break up a seriesB&E's police duty each week. But mated at J1.000 by.\ Trooper S. charged May 9 with making nu- Lloyd is charged with taking
the role of Tom Sawyer while which were occurring: about they exceed that. Some work P. Burnett. The cow was I, slance phone calls. The affidavit household good valued at about
Ws Aunt Polly was played by three weeks ago the chief each night plus on weekends they owned by J. R. Wadnwrtght. was signed by Deputy Sheriff $375 from the Page home on
Debbie Green. Both are sixth said. The auxiliary policemen take shifts and one member rides Glen Moore. Ralford Road on May 27 or 28.
grade students. John Riggs worked full shifts for several with a city patrolman all nightWith Deeson had four passengersin Starke Policeman Julian C.Green
weeks, more than doubling thecity's so policemen on Turner pleaded not guilty on was investigating officer.
I /fth! grade played cousin SIdney many his car: none !were Injured.
Sewer Plant Operators Receive CertificateGlenn and other main chara- coverage of the town at the streets at night It Is difficult The car skidded 66 feet before May 26 In plea day proceedings
night."They're for would-be burglars to I I and requested the preliminary Bond is set at $1,000, returnable -
Arthur Qul ksall. hitting the black cow. Nocharges
Hicks, left, and Irving Looking on are Utilities Supt. sters were good citizens. be certain they can avoid being hearing. on plea day June 23.
Meres, Sr., Starke two sewer- Oscar Davis and Street DepU !Mike EmPry.and John Bratol.: They're Just interested in their spotted. Doors are checked of- were filed. The Judge conducted two other
age treatment plant operators, Supt. S.R. Hicks, father of Glenn Reed Harley Peggy Stokes town and are willing to help tener and police cars are rov- ----.--------..,.
Wanda Green do -------------
receive certificates for volun- Hicks. John Knight. something that needs to be ing the streets continually. In r ,
tary certification plan of the Lnrry Stokes andl Laura Luther done" Chief Fuqua said of his contrast the police department'stwo
Florida Water Pollution Con- Flag Day June 14 played lends of Tom Saw- "second" force. regular patrolmen used to .
trol Operators Association er. Lynn Luther was in The 11-member outfit is head- have the whole, one on foot and 1
Class C pollution certification Sunday, June 14, is Flay charge of lijhtinsr. Programswere ed by Charles J. Schaefer chief; the other In a car. It took about June r
means the two operators have Day marking 'the 193rd anniversary passed out by Norma Jimmie Lawson, lieutenant, and 45 minutes for the two men (
one year's experience,have com- of the adoption of !Tetstone. Kathy Comerford Duane Dykes, Eugene F. Lee, to cover the city, Fuqua said. I ... The Month Of Gilts
pleted a basic math course for the first U. S. flag was mt-'lres,: of ceremonies. Lewis Mann, Norman W. Dow- anJ It didn't take long for any-
sewerage treatment plant oper- American Legion Post 56 Is Entertainment was also provided dy Jr., Robert L. Brown, Gloria body to find that out. I ii I
ators, and have passed an examination asking that every household by the dancing clashes Mann, Albert Chapman, Milton 0
given by Department of and every business firm In of Mrs Mary Anne Bristol,
Health & Rehabilitative Services' the community display the featuring tap and :ballet, num GRADUATION-
Division of Health In Jackson- flag on, :this date' "as a symbol bers. Zoning -
ville. of'aU the freedoms andrfghis: Approximately 160 guests at- -
Presenting certificates to the that are so basically Amer. tended the program.Don't Ui WEDDINGS
men, above, is Mayor Carl Hurst. ican." Law Set S. I

FATHER'S DAY

In JulyWork


on the county's first zon- I Plus Birthdays And Anniversaries
ing code is nearing completion
and should be wrapped up In
July, according to John Torode,

mittee.chairman of the Zoning Com- BILL POWELLis Williams Jewelry Can Fill The .


thought Only necessary one more for meeting the com-Is on your sideHe Bill For All Occasions :
mittee to review changes In the
zoning map, now being made by can handle all your
I
Tax Assessor Gene Long, and insurance life, health,
changes in Attorney Theron home car. One man one Our Shelves and show cases are Stocked to .
Yawn's draft of the zoning ord plan. Insurance is much
Fir'Y inance. simpler that way. the limit with anything and everything in the .

ai '"-: Meeting last Thursday the com- Jewelry line, for Boys and Girls, Men and
mittee made several changes In .
Bill Powell
3y ,; the first draft of the zoning Women. Famous Brand Names in all Lines. .

ordinance.corporated Yawn those has changes already In the In-. Phone Starke 964-b4b4 Plaza Come in today. We always sell the Best for I

proposed ordinance and mailed Less.
S copies to the committee, Torode .
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says. t. NATIONWIDEINSURANCE

1 -'et5 '44 t ". Ci. Torode be called said the In the next next meetingwill few U. Buy Now While Selection is Tremendous :

days after Long incorporatessome Th.man from Nallonwld.!IS on your Side
p land use changes In the Nationwide lift ln uranca Company ke's '
:: zoning map. Nationwide=Mutual' IniuranctCompiny StarQualitY Largest' 1
But the code cannot be approved Natlonwldt Mutual Flit Insurance WilliAMS JEWELRY
by the committee until Company Jeweler.I I
Olllcti/ ColumDui. Ohio
a public hearing has been held Home -_________ _____-- -
and has been advertised for 15
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ii days. Then the code must go - - - - - - --- -
to the County Commission for
adoption as an ordinance and
another 15-day period of advertisement -

i" t can take place.is required before that SEARS: in Starke!
7
: That the will project push by final the Commis-approvalof .......

sion to sometime In July even
4 3L if the zoning committee com-
pletes its work in the next few
,' days, Torode points out.
Present at the meeting last
S.- Thursday were committee mem- LLiiN 2 DAYS ONLYON
fiAr bers Rex Smith, E.W.Hodges and
Zedra Hamilton, who Is chair-
man of the County Commission.
Bill Alexander of the Univer-
sity of Florida, Yawn, Long,
and County Sanitarian Jack Tra- ALL H
wick, who sat In as an advisor,
were also present with Torodeas

The chairman.county commission is act- | MIll' ERCHANDISENOW

Ing under authority granted it
by special act of the legislature
in 1963. That act provides that ON OUR
Be ADo when the law becomes effect-
ive, a five-man board of adjustment -
shall be appointed to SALES FLOOR
hear all complaints and to grant
such variances It deems in the
Do public interest.
A further safeguard is provided
In that any dissatisfied resident FRIDAY SATURDAY

Get Your Money in By June 22nd and Get a board county may If of commission adjustment ruled against appeal and by by for the the JUNE 12, 13 --- ONLY

relief to the circuit court. 17 CU. FT. FROSTLESS Reg.
Full Month's Earnings! In general terms, purpose of Price NOW
the bill is to promote health,
Bradford safety, and County.general welfare of UPRIGHT FREEZER rrrrrrr $279.88 -- $9 CM .88

ALSO ASK FOR YOUR


FREE BOOK Branch Clay To Offices Open 17 cu. ft. FREEZER CHEST $214.88 $193 j


For RegistrationBranch
14 Cu. Ft. Frostless
$249.00 $225.10efrigerator
FREE offices for Clay' R f 19 Cu. Ft- side-by-si
Atluf. rourropvMin.n.inl County voter registration will
1 $413.88 --
Klnjsley Lake and Frostless $372.49
Here's a __ be Keystone open' at Heights July 5-11.

good book I wiur...,.<..."* ecor minnuMHere's
Registration S. D. Saunders. ------------- $194.88 $175.39
to helpyou During that period Clay residents WASHERS-
the
mty register at G.rrrrrrrrts.rrr
plan Keystone: Water! Works where $223.00 $$200 l
,
yourretirement "r.' ,
..- Mrs Floyd Koons will be on
1 duty and at the residence of
!Mrs. Mary Shlpman at Kings- --------------- $1799S -

-................. ....-....... ....-,....d tl q ley back Lake.of Mrs.the Kingslsy Shlpman Lake livesin DRYERS $161.95
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Cemetery. L $134.88 _
Those who cannot get to the A $121.39S
FREE A FIRST
branch offices may register \

ro, FEDERAL PASSBOOK at Green the ipervisor'Cove Springs office through In \.4 $174.95 .- $f e-7'45

August when reg'stratton t DISHWA i aL F ft
another.SAVINGS
\ gooks close for the Sept .8 \ HERS----------S249.95
first primary to state voting. $2a2495These
I second primary voting will be
September: 29. an* the general

.. election Nov. 8. are Just A Few of the Many Values on our Sales Floor



EZERASE TYPEWRITER Call on us for Immediate Service on all Sears {SEARS{ :
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AND !LOAN ASSOCIATION
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Member's I land Wayne Norman. Their '. .... KSSRSfiS I french cut or leave whole.
FFA subject-will be production! of .:' "' Put beans In blanching basket;
*''tra "
Forestry Plot 11seMike Oliver \ FARM AND RANCHBy :.;, 1.; Tlffn cover and start counting time
monstrate the use of s. :., ) Immediately. Heat 3 to 4 min
: 3rd In State In landscaping! a h- m'' George T. Hugging B7 ...... Do .. BtO (WudU&B7 utes. Keep heat high underwater.

Arrangements COUNTYAGENT. I II Plunge basket of heated beans
FFA Member varez and Joey I Agricultural Extension Service its e Into cold water to stop cooking.It .
Bradford High !
demonstrate. Bonsai ( ) SURVEYS FN"LET'S McCain takes as long to cool vegetables
David Wainwright has won I STREETS, DOGS, Martha $ue

third place in the Ssabtmrd trees. ,., ..., AT HAMPTON COUNCIL, County Extension as to beat them. When
Nine Bradford' ;;:>: <<& :' are cool, remove from water and
Street closing, a petition against -
Coastline Railroad's: Forestry Home Economics: Agent
will receive the drain.
ers
street
nuisance dogs
Contest at the stale level. -'- -
wainwright wi'll\!' receive a tion mers most Degree of any at the ch .. : problems and land survey city council came EAT SNAP BEANS check for strings. A dull, lifeless How or to PackPack cover with brine.dry In Leave container -
:: before the Hampton ;
award at 'the State: FFA indicates -
$30 < wilted appearance Inch and seal.
the stats. Thoy are t' ji : Monday night. Selection Tips- Choose snap or one-half headspace
Convention in Daytona Beach been held too
beans have Freeze beans at once. Store at
Tom Edwards Ralph Rev. Melvin Hamel, Otto B. beans that are firm but tender
'next we-te. HH 'third place under conditions.
long or poor below.Recommended.
Otis zero or
(Glen R'.tch Robert Hicks Clarence Melton crisp, free from scars and reasonable -
finish Is e-tracrdinary: for the Richard f"+np. Joseph> : : .. ..r Melton, and Lamar Brown appeared well-shaped.As the name STORAGESnap beans should storage time Is

first time hs entered the competition Jimmy Wllkrrfon and ::): .-4W". <. loor.... .:,'..., to ask for the legal closing Implies good[roan bean snaps}, be kept cold and protected from 8 to 12 months.
according: to Advisor Wynn. The State I ,. .''.,.,..,,.,.:'N! of two streets and an alley readily when broken. Pods containing evaporation until ready for use. Canning Snap BeansThor-
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Paul Hutrhlns. itll' ', oughly wash beans. Lift out of
gree Is the highest which have been unused for several quite Immature seeds are Washing the beans before storage -
Tending a 3fi<)-acre forestry water and drain. Trim off ends
U agreeable with the most desirable. Length Is little
fered by the FFA : years. gives them Just a extra -
plot on SR-10 east of Ei.a1'kc.young sate level.] It Is based concerned property; owner, the gernerall unimportant If the moisture and helps keep them and cut or break beans into 1 to
Wainwright cruised!' council approved closing of the beans meet for 1/2 Inch lengths. Cover with boll-
ibcv' supervised fl\rm'. requirements fresh. Place In a plastic film bag
timber!! plowed fire lines! thin- gram leadership { street on the east side of the quality. If seeds are half-grown to prevent wilting.The best temperature ing water and simmer for 5min-
ned the plot commercially: for and scholarship church building the alley to the or larger, pods are likely to be for storing Is 45 to 50 degrees. utes.
posts control burned marked' : west of the building, and the tough or fibrous. The seeds are Chilling Injury may deve- How To ProcessPut jars into
bound-'-les, and grain growth next street further to the west. large In pole beans, but this does lop If beans are stored below 40. canner containing 2 to3
plot He has sold 2.000 ports VOC-TECH Mrs. Frances Wadsworth and not necessarily mean poor qua- This is indicated by soft water- inches pressure of hot water or the amount
,
to date. GRADUATION : Mrs. Clifford Prevatt asked if lity.; However the same maturity; soaked spots on pods.Freezing recommended by the manufact-
The Bradford JUT'or and One .hundred and ;)' odd things It has been well established ,a top surfacing could be put test applies. Snap BeansBeans Lock

senior FFA Chapters: will dents representing!: 16 you cannot that white Is painted galvanized coolest of ,on Durden St. to keep the dust Snap beans should have no strings are easy to prepare for freezing. urer.Place over heat.cover Leave on petcookor canner.
have four ismonitraUon!,;! 'will graduate tsnlpht; ( saying that roofing among the materials. problem down. The council agreed When breaking bean,pull Thorough scalding and cooling vent open until steam escapes
the
teams not the convention day) from the ". We common have a sheet covering listing three J to ask county; officials If the two halves apart gently to are essential for good quality. through opening for 10 minutes.
which runs from June! 13-20{ Area Vocational- In the office separate formulas with the ba- an asphalt-truck might be avail One bushel (30 Ibs.)fresh beans Close pet-cock or vent.Let Pres-
:In Daytona Beach. The teams Center In StarksGraduation: -. Clarence sic ingredient being hydratedlime. ,able. HAMPTON- I yield 30 to 35 pints frozen.Two sure rise to 10 pounds ( 240-
are: he had an Lynn McCullough DonnIe thirds to one pound fresh yieldsone degrees.) Keep heat steady 20
Marketing( BrtM,:: Bennett be held at 7:30: pm. four baby kit- For less than $10 worth of ]Keyes, Stanley Jones and Paul YOUTH RALL, FISH FRY, pint frozen. minutes for pints, 25 minutes for
For yth. Th-lr sub- I just laughed ;Lott asked the council to sponsor GOSPEL SING AT BAPTIST How to SelectSelect ,
and Kelly Middle School: ''and : materials you can treat a 30 young quarts. Remove canner form
ject will be the marketing of awards' will also be- him of some- ft. by 200 ft. brollder house a softball team for the second Friday evening's youth rallyat tender strlngless beans that snap heat. Allow pressure to reture to
half In Starke
of
collard league play Hampton Baptist Church will when broken. Discard moldy before slowly opening
(greens this time. roof. If you want this informatIon zero pet-
his last saying that Wilton Hart had
Production nary Mflvin place visit our office, send a ( agreed begin with a supper at 6 p.m., pods. cock. Remove cover. Take Jars
four kit- to be manager of the team to director W1I- How to Prepare- Wash in cold
card or call Starke 964-6554; \ according youth from canner and stand several
with this hen and 15 men had agreed to play. don Stinson. Young people from water, Rinse and Drain.Snip ends Inches out of draft to cool.
to see if SOUTHERN PEAS The council asked that they see Trinity; Baptist Church,Jackson and cut Into 1 to 2-lnch pieces
HEED READY CASH? Clarence told ]Harold Waters, recreation board ville plan to be here, and all .
Before Florida became -
had kept them probably (chairman,, and make sure enough people from this community
were just a the number one touriststate players would be available for ere
invited he said.A .
most of knew ; ,
us peas Extra
Earn
MoneyAs
\- every game.A fish fry with serving to
Come See her at as only cow peas. petition with the signatures
begin at 5 Is planned at
,, p.m.
in- Circulation
New vaireites were being A Accent
,
was their of 15 residents asked the coun- Hampton Baptist Church Saturday
troduced but not being accepted -
were
tried ,cil to do something about numerous
even -
v fI(:% We make loan but I still by consumers and res- ( dogs running loose in the 8, p.m.with Gene a gospel Blankenship sing laterat and This Is a great ooDortunltv for pnrl-flme or

any worthwhile things like taurants were not Including cow ,streets without licenses, and the Gospel Tones of Jackson- full-time earnings for a person who Is bondableand

-1 1'ft' pose yet. peas on the menu so somewhere ,creating a nuisance. The council ville will be featured, as well has good transportation.! If you'd like to be
along the line someone suggested .
l p voted to allow until June 30 for
calling them Southern peas. as several other singing groups. your own boss rail collect:
IT" dog owners to have dogs vaccinated
$25 to $600 and The community; is Invited to attend
Now they are popular are
with the same and tagged, before picking -
both the fish fry and gospel 378-1419 EXT. 19
found on menus, In the grocery j
and without
my teen-age up strays dogs
DO YOU HAVE sing.
r it In talk- store fresh food department and tags. They also voted to havea OR CALL
In In the home freezer. Once they "leash law" drawn Jerry
telling me up.
-Too
DEWITT PADGETT 964-5034
many are cooked, flavored properly VBS NEXT WEEK -
v tl" ? way i Wadsworth attended the meetIng ;
y to make? and put on the talbe they be-. j about the dog problem. REGISTRATION FRIDAY GAINESVILLE SUN

3 about chick- come popular. Preliminary surveys of the Registration day for Hampton
-Too many bills Even though some pea pickIng Baptist Vacation Bible School
sheds or property; at the city; dump have-
Is already being done there n't Is this Friday, from 8:30: to
settled where
with lines
gal property;
payToo many covered shed are lots of young peas not yet are, and Perry McGrlff surveyor 11:30: a.m., with classes for nur- W & D TRACTOR SALESBox
to make In production. We are having will attend next Monday's sery through: teen-agers.
calls about insects. Stink bugs The one-week school June 15
speical council
coming due cooler during meeting to report
and curcullo are the two most ItTwelve through 19 will Include Bible
.It
might even destructive on and refresh- 75 LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alachua 462.2628
to a house pests attacking peas. new stop signs have study, activities,
Let Us Help With Your Money tobacco. Your most effective Insecticide been received, and pipe for the ments each day from 8:30 to OLIVER TRACTORS
is Toxaphene. Apply first at posts, and concrete to set them 11:30: according to Pastor Mel-
Problems bloom stage when, the tiny pods j in, are still to be purchased.New vin Hamel, VBS principal. 10 DIFFERENT SIZES
are beginning to set. You should j roofing gutter has been Installed Teachers Include Dean Stin-
TOWN FINANCE CO repeat this application every sev- on the sides and on the son and Frances Broome, Intermediates TOWN & COUNTRY GARDEN TRACTORS
en to ten days, depending on wea- front porch roof edge of the ; Florence Jones and WITH
there conditions. One of our good Juanita Melton Junior D Wes- MOWER ATTACHMENTSFrom
226) N. Temple Phone & -? city; hall. ;
Brooker farmers, Mr. Clyde All city; officials were presentfor ale Saxon, Florrie Davis and 7 to 14 Home Power'with Gear or
Cone, does a good Job of Insect the meeting, and Mr. and Joyce Collins, Junior I; Janie Hydro Drive.
a prevention. The bushel of peas Mrs. T.J. Alderman Hicks, Shirley Hamel and Gall
we got from him a few days Saxon Primaries Jo Williamson
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Income for
May came to$635, Implements Sidewinder
Mowers. Holland
ago were perfect. and disbursements, 9435. Martha Brown, nursery;
GAINESVILLE Sundown Insecticide restrictions are Edie Boatwright, baby; nursery; Transplanters, Cole Planters
: Night changing. For about 35 insecti- SCHOOL'S OUT! Juanita Pearsall and Edith Parker John Blue, Ezee Flow, and Others.
cides an agricultural users per- Students at Hampton Elemen- refreshments. Anyone de-
mit Is required. Application for tary School finished with classes siring transportation for their Combine and Hay Equipment
Business I that permit is made through our for the children should contact Rev. Ha-
:; Directory 12, 13: office. Gardners in a residen-i regular school ;year Wed-
nesday, and teachers will finish mel.Parents' TRACTOR REPAIRS on ATJ MAKFS & MODELS
tial area are not eligible for a j next Wednesday.July night Is Friday, June
pesticide permit. Toxaphene, 10( 6 through 31 is the summer 19, at 7:30: p.m. Calvin C. Williams and Raymond Dvalr.
percent or less. is not on the
AUTO SALES r.LASSGlass Hits restricted program for the county; and a
I list.
BRASINGTONCADILLAC carry students to Starke, then to

LIDDELL TomatoPotatoGrown KIngsley Lake for the swimming ........ ... ......
OLDSMOBILE i program. Academic classes will I
SALES *. SERVICE By Gentry be held at the school here.

Fine Selection of Used Can Sixth graders at Hampton were i
treated to a trip to Gainesville, MOBILE I HOMESALE I !
Taken Oa Cadillac Trades I "Glass For Every "We've got tomatoes! growing !
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-S391 including lunch at the Gainesville
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Store Fronts-Mirrors on an Irish petals: vine
Mall, Monday, by; the PTA. Accompanying ..
said In
Tub Enclosures- Mrs. J. L. Gentry u the .
students
were
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA Furniture Tops telephone call to The Telegraph j Mrs. Earselene Zimmerman .

I placed last week. \teacher, Mrs Royce Joyner,
Mrs. Paul Meng, Mrs. Llla Dyal
NEW LOCATION Later In' the day Mr. and ,and Mrs. Rothella Jones. Fifth

4 wheel drive and l tan I Iflalei 1228 So. Main ." Mrs. Gentry brought In ono of ,graders had a picnic lunch at I
Parts $ferric 372-MI91: 1102I the five matbl2: -slzcd .sresntomaloe Clem< Used< Toyota. I IUOO : found erow.nz on 'II

N. Main 37H2M I HEARING AID one of their potato vines. BUS GRADUATES )
They had no explanation, unless -
I It could have been cau">ed.. Eight; from Hampton are included 'J
in this month's BUS grad- I
VAR
HEYL
gCllneJQQe\ { ? ? by cro's'p:>1IlnatiGn from uates. Two of these, Linda Stone ,

Lincoln -- Mercury I some neal by tomato vines. and JoAnn Salter are valedictorian 'j ALL PRICES REDUCED

Aid( Co.Hearing and salutatoiian. Paul Lott .

ml N. Main GaI.werln.37f4ZS1 I is an honor graduate. The eight : I FREE MINI-BIKE WITH EACH
Tevtt Include Donna Jean Keys Debra :
FLORIDATHEATRE Mowry, JoAnn Salter, a11Suon.
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Batten
Rom.iii e I I 8f1)) Accmerrle. Hobble Addison Tommy Eiland.... VOOGE MOBILE HOME SOI (PUP .

or Repair Sally and Paul Lawson Lott.Johns, Linda Stone .

Mere.ry'newerCotlnentalMark / > Custom Fitted Hearing Elaine: Herman, daughter of Mr. .
IH-Eactvh Ford I and Mrs. George Kennan. gradu- .
Cleanest Used Oars Available tOO E. University Ave. ated from Calnesvillelllgh I School
I yule 378-0095 TO Showlime-WcekdayH 7:00 Tuesday, June 9.
Beauty Academy Sunday ::1:00: Saturday ] :00FlU. .1

I MEN'S WEAR SAT.-.J IiNI I: 12 13M.Mp" : White 'Hlbles were presented .1IP
,
POWELL'S :.. Sunday evening at the ISaptlsl AYE
I
Church to Misses Linda Stono
Beauty Academy STAG 'N : and Elaine: Youngblood, brldes- f
to-bo. Taking part in the gift

Learn a Profession In Your i' Griffin SnlUArrow :; : :': ; .. \VKI; presentation were YWC mem-
Spare Ttm,. Pull or Part Time I- Shirt*. :': t t: IB. 17 bers, Aill; Saxon, Elaine: Kennan,
219 NW 10th 37IM7BS I I. Formal Rental' Arbutus l'eJraall I, Alma Ilinson, .
Ladin Sportswear< 'Uobbl I hicks Toni Stone Itiy-
ELECTRIC MOTORS llls Griffin, Mary I'oarsall, Katie
2 STORE!-13: W ( | .i-nl- : TO( :
Thomas, Shelle Haddock
lI- ELECTRICMotor MOBILE HOMES I'rn lnr tunGpt and Mrs. C.II. hicks, YWC load +

Repair Co. er.A
reception for five
graduating
:
:MUSIC seniors held at
wus Hampton
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Of Calnevllle Inc
llaptist Church: following tho
I S
Repairing New, and-Used Rewinding o M' ? ,I Sunday evening service cake: .Till 00 :
I IMJJS' and punch wore served by YWt:
UI8 N.If.. 16th Ph. 37NU1 mom born.:

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Farm and Industrial ttANO5t1' KING Mr. and Mrs. "Ernest: Hunter
Equipment CHOtCICIf I'HI KONG of "I'ompuno lioiich uponl several'

- ESCAPES Mrs (iuoJ'I Santa Fe Tractor, Mrs H.I.: flirt and with Mr.

I O'vllle 'SUN..MON..TUK;( : () : and Mrs Volnoy Wall In Key- :
FORD Shopping Ctr. : : JUNK; 11. I IS. .HiNOW .. utono. Mr. and Mr. Wall hind
!anon Ttictorg implement boon vlslUnx' / In I I'ompuno: Bench


SALES CSZD N.-W.EQUIPMENT PART flth HERVICX44W MOVERS I AT POPULAR PRICES! also'Mr., and Mrs Otlii It. I licks 1 JJJf Bl xe
376'2S48rI'nIi4VIU.r.
: FLA. Broadway's smash; and Mr. and Mrx. C.H.: Ilk-kK M I Bl H I I
Illclm' :
Lore! DUta"ee MarineStorife musical: now I homost and family attended a <<:
GARDEN SUPPLIES family reunion at tin- KnUifchIlliilr : ,INCoo -
PaekliirCrallr
I l ..>!?' fixcitinj! : ; "' lake homo In 'I'uiuamCiMiiily -
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rnovio! in years'SWEET! iicMir Inlorl.-u-licii.
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Johruon & Paris, Inc. Free' tlmati :. M.h.i. residents win* altviidudaliwi

ta.un wore Mr. ural Mr*. W,,md- +

.SEED- PLANTS HILL'S ., row Illckn lit OrluiHio' and Mm..Iwiiillii 4577 N. W. 13th St.
{ cetlclde*- Pet 8a" .. KflrlilljinklimodjuiNliiC' :, -- GAINESVILLE
FEHTTLIZSCUWt Van Serv'ce, Midi. I lor 'bniUicr, Buddy( KoU-li, j

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Voc-TechStudenfs Leave YY9TY..yyy VVV r

RECREATION DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

For Trouble-Shooting FinalsTwo INDIAN BEACH NelDa And Activities

students ofBradtordUnion to compete In the National Finalsof CJ.ab M/ys Ilti) STARKE
Area 4-6 YEAR OLD SUMMER
Vocational-Technical Cen- the Plymouth Troubleshooting Byi Mlohmal n. Chtttji
ter are leaving this week, for Contest when they placed firstin 478-aun RECREATION PROGRAM PHONE 964.62UUKEYSTONE
Indianapolis Ind. where they will a local contest earlier this 4-6 old Summer Kecreat-
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demonstrate their I &&&&&AAAAA&&AA&&A&&A&_ year
mechanical spring. ion Program to begin June 22
know-how on the Indianapolis The local Trouble Shooting
Registration will be held Friday HEIGHTSPHONE
Speedway. champions will compete against Greetings friends and neighbors June 19
The- students. Gary Webber other winners who also won all- from your friendly] warm 473-3176:
18, and Lamar Johnson, 17, and expense paid trips to the Nation- enough, Rolling-Reporter. It + .n. The summer recreation program
their Instructor, Quincy,Gard- als in about 100 other local Trou- seems to get warmer every day, for boys and girls Ages
ner, won the trip and a chance ble Shooting contests. Their goal doesn't it peoples? But I'm cer- four, five, and six years will
will be a national title, a sharein tainly not gonna complain abouta begin Monday, June 22. Serving Florida
more than $125,000 worth of little warm weather now. Since 1950
/ : scholarships trophies, prizes 'Cause I can tell you that before The program, a part of the
': ; iJlerI tools and national recognition In this Summer's over, you'll over all summer playground '
'T. the Finals June 15, 16, and 17. sure 'nough have some weather vrti program of the Starke Parks t9iorida h I Iyljl (greeting oervtce, ffnc
(fl4 --:'.\(, The finalists are America's worth complaining about. and Recreation Departments
,' most talented auto mechanics Uncle Howard and Aunt Lena I will be conducted over a six -v.-'ono-'.

students. They have emerged Bradberry their son Jimmy and I week period, ending Friday, July M'II'
among some 150,000 students wife Movine and daughters Belinda 31. l
I who tried out for their schools' and Jeaneene of Oxford 1 Mrs. ('arolyn CordiallyWecomes
teams as Trouble Shooters. Ala., left Wednesday morning The program Is designed to EavesRepresentative I
Tool boxes with complete sets heading home after spending four provide a schedule of recreat- /
AJc I of tools will be presented to each and a half days with us swimming ional ,activities to fit the needs ,
team In the national event, for fishing and goofing off.I New Dragline WorkThis and desires of pre-school age Ph. 96 1-3812 You and Your
Charley 1 use In the contest and to be taken believe they enjoyed being hereas children. i additional to Indoor 122 N. Hay St. Family to Your
home as an award for their sch- much as we enjoyed having Road Foreman R.E. Jones. The games am and crafts, musical Starke New Home
E. ool. Each contestant will receive them. This was Jimmy's first new $31,000 Bantam T-350 machine Is working out fine in activity; and playground games
Individual awards. trip down here in around 12 dragline was delivered to the the Lawtey district of Commis- field trips will be scheduled for
Trouble shooters compete in Monday night we were county; two weeks ago. each Friday. Places to be visit-
JohnsAbout ] years. sioner Dave Shuford. It was first Zoo.Chfldren's The State of FloridaIt
ed include the Jacksonville ,
two-man teams. Each team takesa visited by A.B. and Katie Howard It was Immediately put to work used on the Jewel Eunice Road. Fire Department -
Museum
This Question written exam and is then assigned their daughter Cathy and digging out ditches along county The machine was purchased ?t Augustine, and Sl> Is: Our Desire :
a new 1970 Plymouth auto- her little baby girl. Aunt Tennle ; roads the function it will from the Florida Equipment Co. Gun Territory. To Aqunint You With Your City.If .
mobile in which several Identical Crenshaw, her daughter Joan, primarily fulfill, according to of Jacksonville.
malfunctions have been concealedIn and other daughter, Mrs. Peggy
"I often read about car advance by expert technicians. Hersey and Aunt Clara Sullivan Unforgiving thoughts do not In order for the participants to you are new in the area, a phone
Working against the clock and visited us Tuesday night. Buddy 9-5 derive the most benefits from the
thefts but it struck Goes
never Our minds too
help are
each other, under the eye of a and Merle Ellis, their daughter Lawtey anyone. program the enrollment will be call will briny; you a prompt visit
home, Last night it was team of Judges contestants seek Elaine, their daughter-ln-lawJo vital and important to be in- limited to 40. Registration will
my car. Unless it shows out and correct the hidden pro- and their grandson Lamar were Past Profs In fluenced by any thoughts that be held Friday, June 19, at the from >:::11I..' Focal hoxtcHs.:. Please: give
apt Til be out $2400. Is it blems. The written exam counts all Friday night guests of the are not constructive and help- Pratt St. Center, 9 a.m.noon..
true that about $10 would as 30 per cent of a team's final Chlttys. Saturday afternoon, my Men's Softball ful. Today, have only good her a call! She has maps and many
fire score and the mechanical competition parents, James and Cricket,Bud; thoughts toward others and Harriet Johns and Beverly Mc-
have bought theft, free and wonderful Rifts! for
counts cent. dy Ellis and Alfred Hudson of, LAWTEY 9 PROFS 5 toward ourselves. Tomorrow Crae will supervise this pro- you
and glass breakage protection ". Trouble Shoot from local businesses.
The
Plymouth
Lawtey continued to show an there will be nothing to for- gram. ; !
for a full year?" ing Contest program, sponsoredby most often Involved in poisonings improved team when they won

.. local Plymouth dealers and a University; of Florida their third game by trimmingthe give. ""
the Chrysler-Plymouth Divisionof Extension safety; specialist says. Profs 9-5 Monday, June 8, lM
Chrysler Motors Corporationwas Of the 7,612 total poisonings in Softball play.
conceived to direct recog- reported in Florida last year men Inning
needed the eighth -
Lawtey
Charley E. nition and honor to talented 78% were due to medicationac out at
the as
to pull game
young auto mechanic students and cording to Professor Ray Pettis. \
the end of the regulation seven
JOHNS AGENCY to encourage them to pursue Accidental poisonings reached a ,Innings the score *
rewarding careers as automotive 3,923 figure. There were 3,332 Profs had trailed 40Sbui tie \.
131 So. Walnut St. service mechanics. suicidal poisonings. An overdoseof it 4-4 in the fourth Inning. Law H ,
Phone 964-5070 drugs caused death in 352 lead but
ASPIRIN cases. tey held a brief 5-4 \9 4
again the Profs pushed across
Aspirin is still the medicine Thirteen per cent of the 1969 .
tin *: '' i run in the fifth Inning.
- -- poisonings were due to house- N% ,..*r team could score again QSir '
hold chemicals such as bleach, until the eighth Inning when Law- .p
detergent, kerosene, lye. "Manyof six hits and C
with
tey ame up
rPONDIROSA these chemicals do not have ;
: ; four runs for the 9-5 victory.
"
:
I IJ tis the points word 'poison'out. on them, Pet- Tom Lawtey Tatum's collected three-for-four IS hits paced and by

H6ME SALES Deaths from pesticides were two.Char-
MOBILE Dale Grlffls' two-toi'-
: : down last year to 5% of the total. les Hall was three-for-four for
"The Cooperative ExtenslonSer- the losers.
vice is cooperating In a state-
t P. t wide pitch to be careful when
using pesticides," Pettis said. Women's Softball
12 WIDE
2 BR
t GLASS: SLIDING DR. I
"Most accidental poisoning
t FOR LESS THAN $60.00 PER MONTH t tt victims are children age 13. League Tied Up And You Deserve

HWY. 100 WEST PHONE 328.1437 Parents should recognize that
t t out-of-sight-out-ofOreach is a Colonial Florist and Norman's
P ALA TKA. FLA. very good way to prevent these Farm continued: their winning The Greatest Portable Typewriter
------- ------- tragedles"Pettis said. ways last week and these two
'
teams are tied for the Women's

Softball cords. League with 4--1 1 Re- That Money Can Buy. .

The only loss each team has was
Do Something for Dad administered by each other.Col- T
onlal'tlanded Norman's '8"9--4
bun 'r '1' o Glle a :: ,. i loss and Normait"s''downed Col
iii
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onial', in return match 7--5.
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In games played Friday, June rtf'
w.e 5, Colonial trimmed Koch's game
LA-Z-BOV 8--1 while Norman's trounced
Hurst Shell 23--2. The Colonial-
RECLINAROCKER'1b Koch's game was, until the fifth
Inning a pitcher's battle. Only tJ1I'
three hits were; recorded in the
first four innings of play, and
:., t Specially Priced for. after four Innings the score was OF COURSEThe

11.Colonial
scored four times In
the fifth and three In the sixth for
the 8--1 1 win. Koch's had only one

base hit, a single by Debra Johns
I FATHER'S in the sernnH nnmg. Colonial Finest

I -
I 1 Gainesville went down to the Gift
DAY
Oklawaha River and fished for
awhile and then had supper with You Can
my grandparents who were camping
June 21 for the weekend. d Ever Give
Pat and Ralph (Tlnkl) Fillmon
and daughters of Tampa, were
weekend guests of Pete and Jovce M or Get!

Barton and son George.
r For a lima:tjd lime: you can give dad the "do som.lhlnl"ll'ZSuY' Barbara Barrows of Jacksonville ,
Raclma-Rocker"!!> at unbelievable savings!' The spent the weekend with her Vas
I styles shown here were created with him in mind'! Reclina- -
Mr. and Mrs.
_) Rocker'* is the best thing that ever happened to dad*! It parents Daryl 0
I has been imitated but never equalled for its smooth effortless Barrows. ,
(c j.ii reclining action The Reclma-Rocker" will respond to Mr. and Mrs. David Reid and
his every relaxing mood.. .rocking, lounging, TV viewing, sons of Jacksonville, and Mr.
catnapping,even full bed reclining He'll love the comfortable and Mrs. Donald Riley and childof
-I- difference of La-Z.Boy's exclusive Comfort Selector, Gainesville, visited Mr. and
;:l winch-provides the right llel rest comfort for perfect'relaxa' Mrs. D.W. Carpenter Saturday. ,
t lion, with or without the reclining action of the chair. He'll Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddishand -- I
love the chair that was "tailor-made" just for him, IndspeclI" I. lit
of and
family Starke Mr.
priced So, comen/ today and save1!
and Mrs. C.F. Shawvers of Jacksonville
were weekend guests of
1j the Carpenters.
7--i ..
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--- Mrs. Price and Mrs. Quinn

jf Savannah, Ga., were week-
These'chairs, available in a wide selection of end guests of Mr. and Mrs. FOR GRADUATES'

George Ellis. The Ellis' grand-
$199 UNIROYAL Naugahyde"Vinvl ion Johnny Quinn of Savannah 0. ONLY.
i t' vinyl f.bnc Ga., and their granddaughterMiss .
Susan Peterson of Tampa
t 'j are spending the Summer with eI
t ? I I@J

fI 1 I II them.children Mr. and Lori Mrs.and Bobby Ed Roark of Huntsville and- I : $$10 Gift Certificate on Purchase

\ Ala., spent the past two
I I \ weeks with Fred and Corlne Thle-

vacationing man of Jacksonville at their lake, who home.are of any Portable, $150 or less

:Ir Weekend guests at Olffln's

(i \I,, 1 71 Lodge Braddock Included, Mrs.: Hiram Mr. and Platt Mrs.and $15 Gift Certificate on Purchaseof

\I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bell, and .
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones and

family all of Jacksonville.Zack Portable $150
Smith and Ronnie Knowles any over
of Starke were weekend guests ::
of Alan GrU n.
149wx We have heard several reports
*189 lately that some lake places are
being broken into so be sure 5 Year Guarantee
.. that you lock your home before
leaving, and lock everything up

at night. TAKE YOUR PICK -- MANUAL OR ELECTRIC
That seems to be all the news .
for this week, so we'll see you .
again next week.TYPEWRITERS.
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Electric. For Mia or rent Authorized Tfi' ll.! !

Bradford County Telegraph.IF Ql&l&WP&Xtn
I Dealer ServiceTAHKC
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WE DON'T HAVE IT
we'D set It tor Office .
7011. ,
FLORIDA 32O>t
car s.. ..... H4-1af_ fttva, P1S.. ..... SnppUe, Furniture, Equip. *
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ABOUT WATER 2PORT: mologists parasitologists, and June 4. 1970 something like this and would ing my genealogy, and rv noted
ON K1NCSLEY AKE many others, all working as a Dear Mr. Matthews: Include It on the maps going to that Alachua County once covered -
coordinated team. For this reAson I noted with interest in the press the next day. a much larger area than It
Dear Mr. Matthews: the Department opposes the June 4th paper that the C of C In turn I promised him I would presently does. At the time of
transfer of these health programsto had its Annual Membership Delve try to persuade the C of C to the Indian Wars (1835-42X> the
Cause For ConcernOur For your' record and Information a non-health agency." and I can't help remindingthe run an ad in his maps the next area of Fort Harlee was in Al-
you will find attached a County Health Departmentsare Chamber, the city council year, which should have been done achua County However, this
copy of a letter received this established in every county of and the County Commission thatI years ago although I mentionedI became New River County before -
date clarifying the water report the State with close contactsto offered my services for a full was not speaking for the Cham I860, and finally Bradford
lawmakers have finally awakenedto -Biological reports are now requiredat given you by Mr. Guy Sale the problems and citizens. year at a saving equivalent ol. County by 1870, according to
local hearings on the proposed sale concerning Kingsley Lake. The local department staffs workin 90 new members at 50 a mem- ber.So I see red, when the C of C census records.
the fact that nature's well of resources lands and For your Information MPN cooperation and coordinationwith ber! And I would have been wil- takes this credit with nary a The Florida State Archives,
is not a bottomless pit, and of submerged or dredge means "most probable number"and all members of the above ling to refund every cent of my mention of my name.A or possibly the Julian Yonge
may one day run dry unless measuresare fill permit applications. ML means milliliter (100 described available team.If pay if I couldn't produce better hundred of these maps, there Library of Florida History (4th
taken to preserve those resourcesfor ml is approximately 3.3 ounces this error In water analysis results. The C of C does so ire thousands, will be much more floor of Graduate Library at
benefit of -The Cabinet was given eminent domain of water) Results of bacteri- and reporting is an exam- little yet makes it appear so effective than a "Live in Bradford U of F) would be able to give
all.
the powers to repurchase privately- ological examination of wateris ple of what might occur if non- important! County and Proud of It" the exact date of county forma
owned submerged lands if in the public reported as most probable health agencies take over manyof The new Starke-Bradford, Bro- sticker on the windshield of tion. The point is this: The same
No longer is it popular to take the number of conforms per 100 our established functioning chures' are a good idea, but too every car registered In Bradford fort may be shown in Bradford
"develop for the sake of development" interest. milliliters of water. Public bath- programs, additional commentsare little and too late! After almost County, although the stickers might New River or Alachua County

approach, and the State Cabinet no Ing and swimming areas such as unnecessary. nine months! help to sell more cars locallyat depending on the time of the cit-
itself as a land sales -The Legislative philosophy of intent lakes are required to have less Thanking you for your patience You write."The latest U.S. 301 the expense of the Chamber. ation. Some of New River and
longer regards
was set to indicate that there than 1,000 MPN of collforms understanding and cooperation, Ill-Way Association brochures These 301 Maps are given out all Bradford County came from Col-
agency, viewing every sale or new shall be absolutely no further illegal per 100 ml., for approval.If I remain. recomment that tourists stay on the way down 301 from Marylandto umbia County also and Included
fill-and-dredge permit as a progres- the report given you by u.s. 301 South at Callahan, Florida Florida, and will be much the Saoder on area of Baker
sive step toward development of dredging and filling operations.A Mr. Sale had been correct It Sincerely yours. to Starke, Florida for a more helpful for everyone in i county also. I'm not sure' ol

Florida. Suddenly, there is a consciousness would have Indicated 28,000 MPN leisurely economical scenic Florida and Bradford County, including exact boundaries, but I'm goingby
that there be such a thingas fifty-foot setback for constructionand of collforms per 100 milliliters A.Y Covington, M.D. route to Walt Disney World the car dealers! census districts, accordingto
may excavation on coastal beaches was or twenty-eight times the allow- Director Bradford results of the efforts of the Cham- I feel like the housewife watch- counties.
"over development. set in an effort to preserve the beachesfor able maximum. (1 gm. is roughly Clay Union County ber and the Garden Restaurant., Ing her husband prepare her I feel that a county museumis
equivalent to 1 ml.) Health Department I have been trying to cool my Mother's Day breakfast, as she a great idea. I would also
No other session of the Florida the public. However the corrected report temper and forget all about it, could do it much more efficiently like to see antebellum homes in
Legislature has ever passed as many from Mr. Stallcup indicates only (Following is copy of letter but this new news item reopensthe and easily. The C of C need- Starke and Bradford County
conservation measures as the 1970 -A proposed constitutional amend- 280 MPN collforms/100 ml., from Regional Sanitary Engineer, controversy. I don't know s aggressive action, new original marked and In some way preserved
ment was authorized which would per- which is well within the accepted Division of Health.) how the HPardon my French)the ideas, etc, etc, to get Brad- for future generations. '
More than such
session. forty mea- mit the state to issue up to $100 range and no cause for con- C of C can take this credltand ford County and Starke out of If I can be -of help, I wouldbe
sures passed both houses and now cern is Indicated. I have been trying to decide if the doldrums. As It Is, it !is, glad to do so. I have a Bach-
await the signature of Gov. Kirk. million a year in bonds, repaid by I feel I must take this oppor- it is stupidity. ignorance or a "Just another Chamber" and elor of Arts in history, and a
local governments, to help them bring tunity to express my feelings in June 3, 1970 deliberate attempt to distort the rather low on the Totem Pole. Master Education, half of which

-Strict control was placed on oceanouU'all sewage treatment up to adequate levels. regard to related problems resulting facts possibly combination William H. Summers are hours in history. I have done
from adoption of the new Dear Doctor Covington: of all three, When I spoke to quite a bit of research on settle-
sewage systems. State Constitution consolidation Mr. Myers, he did not know a Florida
These are just a few in the long ment of the North area
and change of status of the State This is in regard to the let- U.S.301 Hi-Way Association Map In my pursuit of family history.I .
-The minimum price of a fish killed list of conservation and anti-pollution Board of Health to a Division ter from Mr. W.D. Stallcup when he saw one, as this map I may be able to help find research -
by pollution action was set at $10 measures passed at the session which under the Department of Health Chief Food Laboratory, Division still shows that the shortest way Dear Editor sources on Items such as

each for purposes of fixing damages. closed last Friday. and Rehabilitative Services. of Chemistry, Florida State Department to 301.Miami This is has NOT been through Starkeon Democracy: is a bad form of the Fort Harlee location. I believe -
During this present Legisla- a petpeeveof sub-
of U of F
Agriculture to Mr. the library can
government but all
the othersare
,
ture particular,numerous bills Guy Sale of Starke. I the Chamber for years and claim.I
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have discussed itantiate
Somehow cannot with a my
we agree with the of
-The maximum dally fine against polluters have been introduced which would the sample results with the situation has not improved. worse exception would also like to know the
was raised from$1,000 to$5,000. few cynical observers who regard this transfer functions and responsibilities Mr. Stallcup and he advises me there is no mention of Disney our very own Constitutional Republic source of information concern-
rash of legislation as a "conservationkick" of the Division of Health that the report should have been World via Starke etc, etc, etc, adopted by our Founding ing land transactions by John 0'
or a passing fad with politi- and County Health Departmentsto 280 MPN I at all on these maps! Fathers for these United Statesof
-A proposed Constitutional amendment !- of colifor ms/100 ml America. Kelly referred to In your story
was passed which would prohibit cians rushing to get on the bandwagonof a primarily non-health agency. Instead of 280 colifornigramas Now Scenic I was Route the one to that suggested World- James Madison and Alexander M New River. I have not found
The majority of the bills either indicated. Since 280 MPN is Disney record of transactions in the
issue. We believe that the
a popular my
future sale of submerged lands except directly or Indirectly were aimedat well below the several months ago, when spoke !Hamilton along with their compatriots -
requirements for 3radford County courthouse earlier -
American people have finally awakened at a C of C Hotel-Motel of the Convention, pre-
when clearly in the public In- the prevention of outbreakand bathing I meeting
places, see no cause than the 1870's. I would love
terest. to the fact that nature's resourcesare spread of communicable dis- for concern. and then followed up in my "Let- pared and adopted a Constitutionin to see earlier records. Do you

definitely expendable and it's eases. The general statement I would recommend routine ter! To The Edltor"to your finelapel' which word they Democracy nowhere because mentionedthe know where I could obtain this

timepast time-- that somethingwas made by the Division of Health samples at the beach area, how- ; Information?
-The law was clarified that there And the day before the orginal they were not familiar with the
done about it if those who followus regarding communicable disease ever. It will be Interesting to
will be no illegal dredging in navigable control is true and worthy of see the results of the recent 1 U.S.301 maps. went to press, I word but because they were.The
Florida waters without a permit. are to enjoy the same benefits quoting as follows: "The ade- samples. :spoke to James F. Woodall in word Democracy had not appeared -
and privileges of the outdoors with quate execution of the pertinent Columbus Ga. and I mentioned in the Declaration of Independence

-The consent of riparian which we are now blessed. laws, rules regulations In these Yours very truly r my efforts to try to pull traffic and does not appear in
ownersis areas requires the services and off 75 and 95, back to the Star- the Constitution of a single one Dear Mr. Matthews:
now required before dredging or skills of a large variety health L.P. to section of 301, and he wrote of our 50 states which constit-
filling for public purposes. Reports of fish dying in some of specialists including physicians Regional Robinson P.E. town my slogan word for word utions are derived mainly from
our local lakes and streams are disturbing Sanitary Engineer I dictated the thinking of the Founding Fat-
epidemiologists, sanitary engineers Division of Health is, it to hi m over the hers. Before starting my new appointment
-Authority of the Cabinet to waive and a study should be madeto sanitarians biologists microbiologists State of Florida *phone) and hen he repeated it to at St." Michael's
adverse biological reports in the issuance determine the cause. virologists, en to- I me. He said he was looking fort George Washington is his first Church, Fernandina Beach, I
inaugural address. dedicated take this ODDOr-
would like tn
of dredge and fill permits was himself ; preservation
There are just so many lakes and to "the of Witty to say "Thank You" to the
removed. a11wF the Republican model of Govern- people of Starke Keystone
beaches, and when these are gone, ment." Thomas Jefferson,' our Heights, Glen St. Mary Raiford
-State Marine Patrol and Game Com- or polluted beyond use, it is past the / ED third President, was the founder to the officials at Raiford State

mission agents were given the responsibility ingenuity of modern man to create of the Democratic Party, : in his Prison and the Northeast Florida

of enforcing laws against more. Let's keep what we have, and 4.1 first inaugural address referredto State Hospital
the Republic or the Republi- I extend sincere thanks
without keep>them fit for us and, those who my
state
dredging permits
c can form of Government;;but not especially to the Community State
come after us. a single 'time used'the'word De Bank. Terwlllegar Motors Brad-

mocracy. John Marshall who was ford County Telegraph, and De-
Chief Justice of the Supreme Witt C. Jones Funeral home for
court from 1801 to 1835 said: their services and friendship.Four .
"Between a balanced Republic years have passed with
and a Democracy the difference many great moments-- moments
is like that between order and shared with the people whom I
chaos." met, worked with and social-
The Flag It was under the administration ized with. What was good on
of Woodrow Wilson that the these occasions is worth pre-
... first great propanganda slogan, serving.To .
was coined to make Americans all of you I extend this
start thinking favorably of Democracies Irish blessing:
and forget that we May the road rise to meet
f +a had a Republic with the slogan you may the wind be alwaysat
"To make the world safe forDemocracy."during back the shine
The of the United States of but your ; may sun
means
Flag suIted in the subjugation man
World WarI. warm upon your face, the rain
t
something different to each of us. instead has advanced the cause of !!OR/P Also under the Wilson AdmIn- fall soft upon your fields. .

It often evokes some special memory. individual dignity. PIIMf.047rurcr stration the first huge parts of and until we meet again, may
something which touched us deeply, the Marxian program, such as God hold you in the hollow of

perhaps fleetingly or in a still, solemn Yes, the Flag of the United States the sucn progressive Income tax. and His hand.

moment never to be forgotten.It represents the greatest cause ever Harvest Sale In 1946 election measures of Senators as were the incor-direct -Father Kirby

undertaken by mortal man, a causeto porated Into the American system -

could mean the Fourth of July which mankind must continue to The recent retirement of Ernest; Phillips, long time managcr of the We have seen a central

and fireworks or the muffled drums rally if the lofty concept of Individual local Winn-Dixie store, brought to mind this old photograph taken during government promote the powerof
labor-union 16 From Area
and riderless horse in a hero's fun- dignity is to be universally attainedand the bosses, and in
annual Harvest Sale in 1946 when the store was located In the turn be supported by that power:
eral procession. It could be a parade, preserved. Green Building on W. Call Street.: Pictured from left to right are: Hence, too much a governmentof Are CandidatesFor

or some special ceremony. No matter Helen Glasgow; Rep. Gene Shaw: Ronald Andrews Lenroy Brewer Bo- and for primarily one class UF DegreesSixteen
what particular personal thoughts or Display of the flag is a privilege.It bo Crews (Sunshine salesman;; ), "Lucky" Howe Market Johnson which is precisely what our
reminiscences are associated with the Is an act which reaffirms our basic Albert and manager Founding Fathers wanted most
Hazen Ernest
manager Phillips.
to
flag, there is an even deeper, more freedom of choice. Sunday, June 14, prevent. area residents are can-
The
universal meaning to Old Glory. is Flag Day, marking the 193rd anni- ,AV, .J-ww very..,_ all purpose, ,ia_ >to_of insure a Repub-its didates.university. .for. Of decrees- _ionoa'8. -during. spring the.

versary of the adoption of the first people full protection against quarter commencement convoca-
flag of our country. Every householdand FarmersAlthough Diary their government and wellgurantee tion at Florida Field on Satur-
The flag is often called a symbolfor every business firm in Starke their certain inaUenablf day, June 13.

what America is, but it's much should mark this day with a flag on the official start of sponstbllity and it goes without rights which do not derive from Dr. Mason W. Gross,president
more than that. It does stand for all summer Is only a few weeks saying that some of the decisions government at all, therefore of Rutgers University will be
of the freedoms and rights that are display. off so far this season we have which will be made will being natural, devlne and individual the featured commencement
not had any real hot weather. be difficult. rights of man. Property, speaker. A processional at 8:40:
so basically American. But it's alsoa Fly the flag with pride and grati- In fact, during the past week rights over human rights would a.m. will precede the 9 o'clock
rallying point, the battle standard, tude! Fly it to affirm your desire the mornings were rather chilly 0 only lead to complete control program.
around which our great Nation has that our Nation shall remain strong and the heat of the sun laterin and eventually enslavement" An Grauduates from this area are:
been built. It marks the point toward and true to her lofty purpose! Flyit the day was welcome. And the I A Sam visited the eye clinic at example of a Democracy In act- Starke: John Harold Andrews
dally showers, which we may the Medical Center In Gaines- ion would be Christ appearing Pharmacy; Brenda Lewis Farns-
when called
which men surge upon in memory of victories won! But, expect at this time of the year, ville last week for a checkup and before Pontius Pilate. Governor worth, Education; Mark Hamilton
to fulfill the national purpose. Seenin above all fly it to mark the pointto have so far failed to develop. was again Impressed by the won- Pilate could fing no legal fault Business Administration;;
the flashing light of rockets and which men shall rally to fighton derful facilities which are avail- in anything Christ had done he Janet M.L. Powell Education;
shell bursts, it is the sign that men whether with blades and shot to 0 By Sam McGarvey able at that Institution. Inciden- had violated no rule or law set Margaret Ann Scanlan, Bache-
fight on. Lifted atop some rocky crag with minds tally, all of us are subject to down by the people therefore lor of Arts.Keystone.
of a battered isle or above some meet a godless aggressor or In the meantime corn and tobacco responded but could not save the wear and tear of age, but left him to fall into the handsof Heights: Mary Buff-
and hearts to meet the spirtual and the
are growing right along the building the So until you have trouble with your majority who ruled and ington Education; Patricia
or contents.
stately building, it is a mark of vic- physical challenges which also threaten and the harvesting of waterme- the firemen and the women of eyes you simply don't realize they proceeded to crucify Him. Shaughnessy Education; EdwardA.
tory-- victory which has never re- our very existence. lons has started In the southern the Auxiliary did the next best what a blessing it is to be able We must keep our Republic Tlmmlns Master of Arts;
part of this area. And home thing: they sponsored an appeal to see. this is a Republid of the people John Wesley York, Forestry;
--- -- gardeners are beginning to enjoy for clothing and other Items for by the people and for the people Steve Shackleford.Electrical En-
the fruits of their laborin 0 not a Democracy. Let's do gineering.
The Bradford County -". the family and did much to help all
-
Il' the form of tender fresh in the emergency. we can to keep It that way with Melrose: Julian F. Culver Jr.,
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED -. ,.,.:'.. vegetables that make all the work The lakes In the area are still less Government, more individual Business Administration; Shar-
c !. put in the project worthwhile. 0 at a high level and while it responsibility and with the la Gayle Herndon Bachelor of
1879E. ;, i might not be a blessing in the help of God, a better world.William Arts; Donald D. Pare PHD; Cath-
$ 0 of flooded It erine E. Rising Music Kenneth
Adding Color to our yard, and case pasture land. ;
Fr o m. -\: / competing for attention are sev- is a good thing for Keystone L. Sot A. Tomlinson, Business Admin
ffluBibU And speaking of vegetables eral plantings of daylilies, a pur Heights which benefits from sum- istration.
MeeaFLORI how about the Jolly Green Giant ple double Althea (Rose of Sharon mer trade from persons vaca- Lake Butler: Hugh Wesley Roberts -
buying out the Copeland Sausage ) and a bright red hibiscus. tioning at the lakes in the area. Education.
A ESS Co. plant over In Alachua! A
The latter was wintered In
over
Set minds on things .
your V P of Green Giant Co. told us 0
our garden room and set out recently -
that are above.-(Col. 3:2): that Copeland products will be Dear Mr. Matthews:
ASS t T 0 N so it is blooming ear-
marketed under that trade name lier than if it had been killed Had lunch with Tom NoUn at I am a charter member of the the Old 1m&; ,
as usual and that there will back by cold and had to grow the Garden Restaurant last week Historical Society and would like
be 110 changes In the Copeland from the ground up. and after his main meal Tom to become active again when you
As we grow in spiritual understanding plant." He said Green Giant does had a dessert consisting of a begin meeting in September.
we come to view not plan to open a vegetable processing 0 roll covered with a generous portion I have been keeping up with
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher ourselves and our life differ- plant In Alachua. of cane syrup. He explainedthat progress in locating the
Published each Thursday and entered as Second ently. We view others differ The County Commission is he had been raised on a site of Fort Harlee. I see by
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida ently. We are no longer complacent 0 moving ahead on a number of farm and that he still liked many your article that it has been
under Act of March 3rd 1879. or unconcerned. matters Including zoning sanitation things about farming; Including decided it was in Bradford County H
The Bradford County Volunteer drainage, housing, and the syrup ending for a meal. and I believe I can help
Sabicriptiou in trade area: 1 year. 13.00; OUtside Ct'ela real desire to express the
Fire Department was called to others In its new role of lawmaker We like it and we also like the clear up the confusion. 'The man who gets along
trade area: 1 year, $3.30 God-!self in us. while we work save a home on fire out on Kor- under Home Rule. Tl.: same dish but using honey instead I have been searching Florida with other people never sets

with our fellow-man. syth Road (off South 100) and board is. shouldering a big re- of syrup. census reports while trac- the pace."

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Mrs. Hal Edwards of Kbi s-
ley Lake with her son, Lt. Col.
Hal Edwards Mrs.Edwards,son
Hal and two daughters, Cindy "

and Grace Sunday.Susan United, attended Methodist services Churchon at 1! i

Col. Edwards, who has been
stationed at the Pentagon In .. _
Washington assigned to Kalserslauten D.C., has now, Ger-been [I I .J l&WEt: :'REGUOm: ; iP R I f_t S:'' :ft' W' IKf< _'SPICf' JKi:_: _.. _H, .GREEN_' ,S TAMP*.'

many where he will be Consult __ . .
ing Officer of the Second Movements -
Region. His family have GOOD THRU JUNE 17
Quantity Right .......d
concurrent travel and will accompany wINN.DDDTons, INC.-CO t"< Mt-l O
)him._they expect to be
there for approximately three
) IU"IJ. They departed from Jacksonville
on Wednesday, June 10.

PUPILS OF MRS. MOORE Won't miss this Offer! FRYERSPRICES

An event of Tuesday evening,
June 2, was the piano recital Fr ta ia Iij aFEATURED
given by Mrs. W.F. Moore for
her piano pupils at Lawtey Elementary "PIECE-A-WEEK
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School Cafetorlum.
VOID AfllH JUNI 17DINNER
Taking part were Susan Mas-
sey, Sandra Jordan, Nancy Ben-
nett, Jeanie Sapp Darlene Ben- PLATE
nett, Tenna Norman Andrew CUT-UP
Knight Leonard Sapp,Cheri Shu-
ford Casey., Andy Harvey, and Kathy # i ONlV39C FRYERS LB.33c LB.

All of the children performed
well and those who attended enJoyed 'MI V'' WITH A 3.00 FREEZER QUEEN SALISBURY STEAK
, the evening.Refreshments PURCHASEOOOO MEAT LOAF GRAVY & SLICED BEEF or USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND"NATURALLY AGED"PORTERHOUSE OR USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF BONELESS

the music.were served following Turkey 99C T-Bone Steak Chuck
. PKa: 139 Roost ... 99C
CHURCH ACTIVITIES SAND
Grace United Methodist: Sun- JUN( II THRU AUGUST I* USDA CHOICE W-D "NATURALLY AGED"BONELESS BOTTOM SUNNYLAND PORK ROLL HOT OR MILD USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF FULL CUT BONELESS

day School, 9:45; Worship ser- This coupon worth 7.50:X Round Roast $1 09 Round Steak
69C $119
vices 7 pjn., 11; Choir a.m. and practice 8 pjn., Thurs-, MYF, 16"PLATTER i"r r Sausage. -. ,.

:lay 7 p.m. FRESH BOSTON BUTTPork USDA CHOICE W-D B "NATURALLY AGED" USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF TOP ROUND OR

and 9:45 First;8 Worship pjn.Baptist, Training:services Sunday Union 11 School a.m.7, $7.49 PRICE Roast. ... 59c Chuck Steak LB.79c Sirloin Steak $129

p.m. Midweek services Wednes- '' x1.50 VALE
day 8 p.m. w W-D BRAND HANDIPAKGROUND
Church of God: Sunday School v. 15:99: wITH
10 a.m. Worship services 11 COUPON
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., YPE Thurs
day 7:30: ( ) BEEF 3 $179 'BRAND"
Highland Baptist:Sunday School I MI IA 1 IBS. I n A, i// I
9:45: a.m., Worship services 11 DOVnNMIMT d GIA01o
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a.m., and 7:30 p.m.; Prayer
meeting 7:30: p.m.Wednesday
GOOD JUN! 11 THRU AUGUST I
lowed by choir practice.Raymond ,
Caudill from Branford has been This coupon worth SWO i KS3S3FS,

appointed new pastor. ', TWO LUNCHEON a 1LIl l H I1LiW


NEWS NOTESFriends PLATESIH ,
:11 I? ,
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l $3.49 PRICE I

of the family of Mrs. COUPON .
$1.00
Margaret Denton regret to learnof t. VALUE I
her death and sympathy and $2.49 COUPON I I I I
prayers are extended.

James and George Raulersonof .
Tallahassee are spending a
few days with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hauler-
GOOD junc IT THRU AUGUST IV vr. ,
son.Rev.. DoA Denton, Mrs. Den- This coupon worth 2.00 VSSSZJrS, M
Ernest Wells,and Mrs.
ton Mrs. '
Truby Wal nwr'ighrattended Florida GRAVY BOAT H /
Methodist Conference in &DISHM.99PRIce ,
:-akeland last week.
.
Mr. and Mrs. W.F.Moore were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Andrews 1 sZOO COUPON,. H
and family In Wildwood on VALUE
Sunday.Mr. $2.99 COUPON' ,

and Mrs. Carrol Starling,
Jan and Keith, spent Tuesdayto
wright.Thuradaywith Mrs.HC.Wain- 00 00 00 0


Visiting Mrs. A.C.Pearce durIng -
the week were Mr. and Mrs. FOLGER'S ALL GRINDS
Jenkins and Glenny of
Johnny ''
Athens, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. CHEK ALL FLAVORS I mmDRINKS7
Harold Sapp and granddaughter of ark tfl, 1
Hialeah. COFFEE r f fASTOI

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul 6 t
DicMns on Saturday was Clarence -
Limit Oiw CoffM/ of Choice with 13.00 1-lB. _
Prevatt of Tampa. or Mar Purchoio Excluding Clgarottoi CAN I) _/ __ !

Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Lud- ALL GRINDSCOFFEE .
low, of Miami, Mr. and Mrs.
A.J. Clary of Jacksonville, Mr. 59c
and Mrs. Bob Reddish crt Gainesville CAN
and Mr. and Mr*. Charles
Barber of Gainesville were vis- HERSHEY DIXIE DARLING MONTE

iting during Mr.Mr.the and and week.Mrs.Mrs.Pete B.E.Sapp Reddish of Choc. Syrup '16-ot CAN 18c Dinner I Rolls 2 'Ka;; 29CDEL it Cocktail. .5 NO CANS.303 $100

Gainesville and Mrs. E.A. SaPPof IHIAC,WHITE PINK YEUOW THRIFTY MAID LIBBY CUT

week.Mrs.New Pierce River Crews visited during Mr. and the Bath. Tissue . 4PK.PKO... 29c Catsup c..4: .O TIER $1 00 Green Beans .,,6 No.CANS 303 $JOO

DIXIE DARLING ENRICHEDBread, THRIFTY MAID, w HOLE SLICED OR DEL MONTE

Bushnell Mr. and were Mrs.visiting H.C. Harley Mr. and of UTRL 4 DES: $100 Pineapple 5 $100 Garden Peas. ,5 NO 303 $100]
Mrs. Richard Chesser, Randy . LOA s CANS | CANS
Harley and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Massey over the weekend. GOLDEN BANTAM OCOMA CHICKEN.BEEF,TURKEY

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Corn . .10 EARS69c OCOAAA MEAT Meat Dinners EACH39c
and Mrs. H.E. Priest were Mr.
Donnie Williams, Mr. FRESH LARGE HEADS THUNDEABOIiSMRIMPlettuce
and Mrs.
and Mrs. Ernest Williams, and HEAD19c Chunkees 2 LBPKO. $199]
Hal of Wellborn. . . .
VINE RIFE SIZE ir PIES
Sheets and David Castle -
Steve
of Jacksonville spent the 2 for79C FSishASticks. 16 01. 59C89C
Cantaloupes
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. . PKG.LB .
Stephens and family.Mr. RED RIFE ((2B-LB. AVERAGE) POLY BAG FROZEN FRENCH FRY

of Mrs.Texas.Octavton and are Mrs.visiting NIcula Lewis for Mr.Myers a few and Watermelons EACH99c Potatoes ; 5 BAG

FRESH CHICKEN MORTON APPLE PEACH,CHERRY,COCONUT

days.Mrs..Ernest Raulerson has returned Blueberries PINT 39c BEEF FOR Fruit Pies . 4 'O.os.;: $100|
Beach
from Fort Walton *
RED BUSS NEW DIXIANA WHOLEBaby
where she spent a few days '

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----------------- About Puzzle Jaime. H. Dlxon. Defendant .way. and beta* 528 ft. North do or before June 23. 1970 at
CHURCH ACTIVITIESNEW Public Warned
I ""TICH1 OF SUIT and South ,by 250 n. Est and '::30 p.m. to the office of the
HOPE Church PROPERTY
Baptist ,

f I/ Community I Rev.dren's L.W.Day will Moses be observed pastor. Chil-Sun- Contest And Other GimmicksBe noun To You: James tltreet.,are. hereby E.Macon Dixon notified Georgia IMS that Cal.l lea West." SW and Cor. of Com.NE%597V4 of tt.KEUwnd N.' Public Superintendent)Instruction of in Board the o4oourthouw of.

j day starting with Sunday Schoolat .n action for Divorce has been run E. 250 ft.. N. 197tt" bulldlne.
10 a.m. Morning service at leery of contests run by culture and Consumer ServicesIn filed an"anlnat. you you James B..ply.. ,t.. w. 250 ft. s to POB; to- The bids! ubmitted>> and. ao-1..
11. A Baby Contest will terminate businesses which offer prizesto Tallahassee with their com- Serve. i copy yourtuwieten tether with bulWlnjrs.Ptr copied 'iwlU tw I II the activity; for the day. consumers. Commissioner of plaints] or requests for Information defenee. If any attorney to It. on whose theplaintiffs puMle: Md to the Wslv- all costs borne by the euccew-
I I News : There will not be a night ser Agriculture Doyle] Conner warn- about this problem area as name "raSlV'oror.-.H.' : .M and bet Udder with the fid b1 de1'. '
vice. The public Is Invited to ed this week. well as other consumer prob- p.r.o. I>ra.wer 1030 Pl.rc. iwmUlon to accept cr reject Thos. L. Casey Jr. 8upt.
attend. He said contest entrants should ]lems. 81.rk.. Florida ay and all bides left to the Board of Public Instruction
I I ask themselves "how many con- and. file the.original, styled with oourt th.clerk to nl! .at PUbllo Jnstruotton.eea1e4 Bradford County'. Fla
t: By Elizabeth Given* Walker | SINGINGThe tests promoted by businessesare CALL FOR BID en of the above 3. l 70i othr. bids to fee Submitted 64 at 6-18
actually won by The Board of County Com.fnlsilonwra aeludgement may be en.
___-- ---- Gospel Keys of Daytona consumersand wl .
of Ooun.
Beach will be appearing at the how many people really sendIn ty. Florida will\ Bradford receive Bid to demand. dl"In the fooenplalntD.Witness or -
RECREATION NEWS tional basketball session will be First Born Church of The Liv- a winning coupon, solve the Ve! opened at 10:00: A.M. on. thomornlnll'
Little League Baseball prac- puzzle correctly, give winning of July S, 1970 In the my hand and< the
announced In the paper. Please ing God on June 13 at 8 p.m. a Courthouse for coverage. of Fire seal. of Mid Court on June S. t ,
and
tice Is held each Monday watch for the good news. Everyone Is invited to hear this answer or have their lucky num- end Content. of County Build. "10.
at 5 ?" In of apeclflcatlon D. Green. SCOTT'SMobile
Thursday afternoon p.m. ber drawn ** Inman
soft- The center hours are from 4 new group of singers. Hot fish, are available: at County Clerk A* Clerk. of said Court
on the BJE field] Girls cold "Businesses which promote BeulaJi M. Moody.
to 6:30, Monday through Friday hambergers drinks and ice Otfle. By
ball practice Is held each Tues- : through prizes offer a type; of The Board reaerve the right A* Deputy Clerk
will be
cream sold.
at and 8 to 11 p.m. Friday and Sat- to reject any and all bide.Inman 4.11t -A
and Thursday afternoon promotion which Is mis _
day very D. Green. t tf
5 p.m. All boys and girls] inter- urday nights. GREATER BETHLEHEM Free ]leading." he said. Clerk to Board t Home SalesSLASH

ested In participating in eitherof GIRL SCOUT NEWS Will Baptist Church, Rev.Jasper Robert J.Bishop, director: of eat It s.u I* The Ctrralt Court Of The
these games are invited to the Department of Agricultureand Eighth!: Judicial Circuit Of
Williams, Pastor. Monday No.
All Girl Scouts are to meet w' TRIO CIRCUIT COURT For Bradford V
RJE Florida In A d
practice at the field. each Tuesday at 5 p.m. for the 1 Choir held rehearsal. Tuesday Consumer Services'Divisionof 51001" F1ARIDACIAL' CIRCUIT tr." CM Ne.Emma .
There will be a baseball game Choir Consumer Services, added "It A. Grover Plaintiff.Oeorae .
meeting activi- night No. 2 and Ushers BRADFORD
regular weekly IV AND FOR .. ,
3:30 Starke Tigers Edward Orov.r.Jr.
afternoon at "
Board No. 2 held Wed- seems designed to raise hopes '
ties. Parents are asked please] meeting. 'CVVaIT .. Defendant..
Invited
vs.Mayo Cubs. All fans are cooperate with the girls] In their nesday night Prayer Meeting. and expectations of those who CIVIL ACTION Case No. 780 NOTICE.! OF SUIT
to watch the exciting game. activities. Thursday night the Ladles Circle need protection the most from Alma Fay Archer. Plaintiff TO: George Edward Grover
,
Jr. S 7 La Sail Road Apart-
The date for annual Instruc- "
] will meet at home of Mrs. Just such promotional devices. vs.P.ul Texas.760-
Rlchardion.
1.
....,"- ...,,.,.,..r..:......_........_....,..._ ._..__u__._... Ella Wees Shaw. Friday The Consumer's chances of Lee Archer. Defendant. IInept
;bIi1'U'.. _........".1Ir ,"7IJ'.l'! '' '' night NOTICE\ OK SUIT Von Are Hereby Notified.
"""'
= Prayer Band will meet at home actually winning a prize are almost NO PROPERTYTo US t"iat an action for divorce has
'i.w" of Mrs. Rebecca Allen. Satur- nil] In many, If not most, North: Paul Maple Lee Street.Archen. )Laurel.., bn filed. against you end you
day night dinners will be sold of these contests, he said. MI..I..lpplYou are of your required written to serve defense. a copy 1C
$ from the kitchen. The monthly The cost of the promotion is action are for hereby Divorce. notified hoe been thatan any to It on Elite S. Sanders
KNOW YOUR \ paid for in the final ] Attorney for Plaintiff whose
analysis by Archer
Sunday School] Teachers meetIng lied<<: against you Paul Lee address I* lea West. Call
.. will be held at 6 p.m. Sat- the consumer who has an Infinitesimal and you of are required written to Street. eturke Florida and
urday and Church Board meeting chance of winning any serve defence. a. copy If any to your It. on the file the the. original above .tvled with Court the Clerk on f- t
FURNITURE will be held at 8 p.m. All prize, Bishop pointed out. plaintiff attorney. whose name of or before. June 25. 1070; other.
.. meetings will be held In the Bishop said "In view of the and Honorable addre I I.Oeorte H. PierceP. wise. a Judgment. may bo entered .
the relief
education building. Sunday ser- sharp Increase In the cost of O. Drawer. 1030 demanded. against In you the for Complaintor
\ jI vices will begin Youth Day observance products every effort should be And Btark file,the Florida original with the Petition. ,
I' with Sunday School at made to curb excessive costs, clerk of the above myled. courton Witness my hand and the. a
the 13tH
WILSON seal of said Court on
BILL ) .
.I By 9:30: Morning Service at 11 with Including the use of prizecontest or. before. Judgement July. 5. may 1970;be other.wlae en. day of May. 1970. ,
a
Emma Reed as speaker on God's promotions. The use of tired aicilnst you for the relief. (SEAL Inman) D. Green LIVING COSTS
Plan for Financing the Church.At these contests Is misleading to demanded. In the complaint or A* Clerk Of Bald Court
A $100,000.00 BEDSPREAD 6 p.m. Lula Cuffle will speakon the consumer who usually loses petition.Wltnesi my hand and the seal By Beulati. M. Moody ,
the history of Free Will Bap- and always pays the final] bill." Bf laid Court D.on Gr..n.Ae June. .8, 1970.Inm.n A First'* Deputy publication Clerk: May Si,. Buy Beautiful Mobile Home' Now
s e. tist Church. Bishop urged consumers to Clerk of Mid Court **".. a
tt\ t I Vacation Bible] School will start write the Department of Agri- By: Bnulah M. Moody. 8.21t 8.11 and SAVE! ,

{ June ]15 and will run one week. Monday. the eth day. of July.: ..n itA7.3Deputy Clerk. NOTICE
The hours will be from 6-8:30. Noon on Means For You!
1970 at onethe o'clock. CALL FOR BIDS Our low Overhead ;avut8: .
: EBENEZER BAPTIST Church, said flay ;: premise I will of the of. .JI1II THW CIRCUIT JUDICIAL' COURT CIRCUITOf "!n* Baud of Public to- Phone 964-6657 -- U. S. :301 North
Rev. BIOHTH
Jtraver Leroy Davis, Pastor. Bible] fec forreesls"o. the hlll'.t '' :
Study will be held .. cash In hand the FLORIDA8N |traction of Bradford County!; t
Thursday night bidder for :! AND FOR BRADFORD described ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET:
described property I hereby submit property
at 8 p.m. All members and above the COll'JlTY.CIVIL\ .
bedtpred and h, said defendant to .Usty ACTION J Hollows: Lola 7
t.napY friends are invited to attend. Wor..ld Exeautlon 1'fo.' US ass S
Sunday School] P. D. Reddish'' Sheriff Plaintiff 'through 18 to McCalTs: Add. .
I ,9:45.Regular ser- County.: ElorMEJl Alien Dixon .... -
I vice GREATER will be held ALLEN next CHAPEL Sunday. .. 4t Bradford 7J v*, 1 to Hampton, except right of ::1-
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AME Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins r- ,
Pastor. Junior Choir rehearsalat U.S. CHOICE
6 p.m. Saturday.Sunday School
10 a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. FRESH"i SIRLOINSTEAKS
t Evening service 6 p.m.

.. Young brides today would) be aghast at I; please All rededicate members are themselves asked to to

I. the finery a French princess needed for -.'" the service of Christ. I ; FOOD

her trousseau back in Louis XV'g reign. Each member asked to please
Laces alone-on bedspreads and linens- i$ cooperate with the activities of
easily cost a hundred thousand dollars. 'i the church. In unity; there Is I j

s twenty-five Frills on personal thousand.linens Handkerchief cost another ruffles ".:'-">i!: strength.The third Quarterly Conferencewill 1 1 1 ., I II j FA I RSUPERMARKETS 1I
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were cheap at fifty dollars! be held on the fourth morn- F I II
Ing, June 28th, with Presiding i
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Elder Toston In charge. Bishop I
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G.G. Collins I I
I y will be present in BONELESS
I' Furniture was the finest too. The outstand this conference. All boards are .
ing development came with ormolu mountings asked to have written reports.. 'w.cw' ROUND '
of gilded; bronze and brass used as I I I I '
IfOTICR' OP UnEHIEF'S SA.LI'JNotlclt I FLORIDA 1 I
ornaments on furniture. Is hereby. given. that I. I j
rt P. D. Reddish. .s Sheriff< : ot GRADE 'A' wh.n Savings Count...
Bradford County. Florl and by virtue < I I COUNT ON US!
I Execution, to.wltr: *.'.t-rro.jIlO.,., ; C 1 1
Badcockand Execution l.>ue I '
% Claim Court of Bradford Coun.
ty Florida pursuant to a Final 1'I,. fiiIrIt. $ 119 P ICII OOOO THROUGH
ix Judgement for Eddie Jackson of I WHOLE BAGGED .1"0' I Wf DNISOAY. JUNI 17th. 1
and against LB
APPLIANCES Cecil Starke.Padcett.Florida.. defendant. In the j SAVE 10( LB 1 1 1 q.....tltyrl.hl..rv.... II
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with
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Have celled and have liffiit9oe I 11 /
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comparatively new programat The lab Is a cooperative effort, .
BHS Is helping groupof stud with the State Vocational-Rehab-
ents find what vocation they are ilitation program providing need-
best suited for, while giving them ed equipment, such as tools to 5 cents.
academic aid at the same time. work with sewing machines etc., a r'1', (
It Is the Vocational Rehabilitation and the county providing Instructors Str
Learning Lab, which was and a building for the work sensible meals.e
established In the high school areas.A Serve .. .
over a year ago and has "reallygot .1 :

going" during the past six counselor Miss Beverly ... .

months. Davis. Is proveded by the Vocat- t Ve ('': : :- \......
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ional Rehabilitation District OffIce ;: : :.: : ( :: ; ..

Twenty-six students are now In Gainesville and Mrs. ',- :'. : ', : '.
enrolled In the program which Chery Badger and Mrs. Linda .: : "
Includes vocational classes In Gllvannl are Instructors. Leo C.
woodwork, food service home Champion Is the Instructor In 2f
economics and beauty shop In- wood-working and cabinet mak-
struction. The program Is de- ing. Girls In sewing division of the program
signed to give special aid to stu- model some of the formals and sports out
dents with academic handicaps This Is a seperate program In fits made in the class. Seated ((1-r I ) : Alice
while providing vocational coun- the high school and has no con- Crews Emelene DeSue Rosemary Padgett.
seling and guidance. cection: with the VocationalTechnical -
Training Center. Standing ((1-r) : Gloria Rhoden Mildred An- o o D ..ua.. p
derson Sylvia Jackson.

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Early Sign-up For Santa Fe 'lJ'bt1CC' !! I. wpTTcn herebyftvn tllat
I oh' -tlw 18th day of June, 11
Term Starts June 8 soon 1010 at Bnooker. Countyof --
Summer Bradford. Stat. of Florida. IR:
gax (..!. certificate will be .
Santa Fe Junior College ear- old on the following drucrlbed !!
Late and audit registration also during the early registration .land to pay the amount due lortIa.e. .
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for the the
ly registration summer herein set opposite
terms-, IA, and IBIs scheduled for Terms I and IA, will period. June 8-12, In Room 104 earns, together with all coet of -
be held July 7, 8:30: to 11 a.m. at the Santa Fe West Center. such aale and all adverttetnr.aWoaf'5Wl4 I .
for June accordingto
8-12
Amt.
Dean for Records and Admissions and 1 to 3:30: p.m. In the Santa Regular registration for the of SWK
Fe West auditorium with regis- Community Education Services and I A In SE cor of
Edwin E. Eddy. tration fees $5 late fee Is scheduled July 1-2. BWK of SW* ex R-W
plus a courses
.Southern OIL Chem- Hurst's HamBeensm. A cooks into 10 6-oz. hardy
Simmering, bag
8:30 to 4:30 and 6 savory up
Registration will be held by due at the time of registration. a.m. : p.m. teal Co. 1100.00'
in Room 101 at the NW* of NW14 e* 1 A
to 8
appointment In the Santa Fe Regular registration for Term p.m. N of RY lt.WSouthern hi-protein servings to handle the biggest appetites. In several varietiesall -
auditorium ((723 W. IB West Center. Also, persons may 011 Chtm.leal .
Center
West will be conducted August 10.
register for these courses dur- Co. IJ0.10 with Hursts' exclusive formula Ham-Flavor packet that makes HamBeens" a
University Ave., Gainesville) 8:30: to II a.m., 1 to 3:30: p.m., Tommy K. Cox
from 8:30: to 10:30: a.m. and'' ''and 6 to 8 pun., with registratton -' ing the first class sessions. Town Town 'of Clerk Brooker really delicious "down-home" supper. (Just) .!add\,hot corjvbread: i and butter., ) Use
to 3 p.m., with a special night- fees {due... ajl the,..time of Classes for Term t begin July, .it e-jj "7 i' f*? 'V' .
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session scheduled June 10, 6 registration?" 7 and end September 23; for --= .the coupon and save 56 today. Be the best t66k in.y the whole world tOnIght

Term IA, July 7 August 13; Check your grocers dried bean department.:
to 8 p.m. for the benefit of Those wishing to register for and for Term m, August 14 ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. I
working students..Santa Fe students Community Educational Services i
September 23. Registration appointments File Folders, complete line of.
may register for coursesat courses Including: continuing education o
for all terms are -The TelegraphPhone
the Starke Middle School on adult special Interest, being made now In Room 134 flee supplies.
June 9 from 4 to 6 p.m. and trade and Industrial and other at the West Center. 8U4-C303.
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New'Crop' on Florida Scene


..,.Ith.'the: number of alligatorsIn viding up to $54 million a year t 'T
Florida steadily dwindling,and Income In Florida alone," Str-
the possibility; of complete extinction eet declares.But .
unless the trend Is reversed before alligator farming
a suggestion has been can become a practical business,
made that the best way to provide a number of questions must be
a legitimate supply of hid- answered. What should alligators CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
es In the future Is to raise all- eat? How can they be madeto OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125,Northwest Law- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morn-
igators domestically, like chick- reproduce In captivity? What 1404 E. Bessent Bead tey. Sunday School,10 a.m.Morning Morning Worship and Communion Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- ing Worship, 11 a.m. Youth
ens or cattle, and control them methods of artificial Insemination Sunday- Priesthood 8:30: a.m. Worship, 11:15.: Sunday Night Service, 11 a.m. Evening ser Ing Worship, II a.m.; Evening Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Practice -
to the same degree as other will be successful' ? Can the !Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacra- Service, 7:30: p.m. WednesdayPrayer vices, 6.Wednesday. Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Wednesday 8 p.m.
"crops" are handled. breed be improved f? ment 6 p.m. Meeting, 7:30: pjm.Rev.. Worship service Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday. -Rev. Robert D. Burch
John Street, who has worked The UF School of Forestry has 7:30 -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor.MORGAN .
MondayMia : p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell.
with alligators all his life and proposed a five-year research TuesdayPrimary 4:30 p.m. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
is now employed as technologiston study to find answers to these WednesdayRelief Society PINE LEVEL BAPTIST ROAD CHAPEL. Highway 100-A
an alligator-farming projectat and other questions concerning 7:30: p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng HAB1EXCIM.CHEISTIAN: Sunday9:45 ajn. Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
the University; of Florida alligator farming. The Game Commission Dean Hansen, Branch Presi I Worship, 11 ajn. Pre- \ CHURCH School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- Ing Worship, 11. Training Union,
says that illegal poaching remains sponsored a bill at dent. Services (Booster Band, Young Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ship, 6 p.m. Training Union 7 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8.
a serious threat to the the current Legislative session Rev. StricklandIs People, and Prayer Service), 6 Worship, 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 8
wild alligator population. requesting funding for the pro- JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Worship, -James Shaw, pas) Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser- p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy pastor.
"The alligator hide businessis ject. New Pastor BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Service, Wednesday tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday
international in scope," Street "We hope to use alligators already At Pine Level U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, nlgh- I p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
says. "Hides are now goingto in captivity," Street said, tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Pastor. Sunday School 9:30; Training
BROOKER
West and "by working with cooperatorswho School 10 BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 Morning Wor-
Japan, Germany a.m. Worship Service AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH : a.m.;
The black market is keep alligators as a public 11 BROOKER, FLA, ship 11 Evening Worship
France. Rev. John Strickland, new a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer a.m.;
pas- School
thriving in spite of the fact that attraction. Such a plan would not tor of the Pine Level Missionary Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- HQPE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Jim Temple paste' Sun- Sunday 9:45: a.m.; 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30
11 Eve-

day School 10 Morning Worship, a.m.
a.m. Ron Bristol ;
make Inroads the wild alligator
on -
New Council Wednesday.
York
the City; recently Baptist Church, will arrive Highway 100 at Theressa)
day.Leroy Superintendent ning Worship, 7p.m. Wed. Prayer -
voted to bar the sale of population. Olive Training ; Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
here this week and deliver his pastor, E.L. Sunday School- a.m:, Morn-
Union, 6:45 Meeting and Bible Study, 7
A research and holding area for : p.m. Lowell Doug-
all alligator hide products. Griffls, associate
first message as pastor of the pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training las, Director. Worship Services p.m. Study on Book of Pn lm.
"When you've got an international alligators is projected for Blv- church this Sunday. Union6:30 Evening Wor- NEW RIVER BAPTIST
: p.m.;
black market, you can'tjust Ins Arm a wildlife sanctuary in Rev. Strickland, his wife and DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15: p.m.Wednesday music 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone: Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn-
make it go away. You haveto Gainesville, where researchers three daughters will move here BROOKER Night Prayer Ser- director. Welcome. ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training
satisfy it with a legitimate could make observations and from Orlando, where he was Sunday School, 10 a.m. WorshIp vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
supply, "Street says. He adds compile data. assistant pastor of the Orlando Services, II a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
that any animal that has the Street considers him sell a conservationist Baptist Temple for two years. p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- HEILBRONN BAPTIST Service Sunday School, 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
potential of becoming a renew- and says that "we He received his Bachelor of Divinity ?ev. Lacy Conway pastor. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N, 9:45 Sunday Morning: Worship,10:45: -L.L. Parker, pastnr
able resource capable of pro- have a moral obligation to protect in GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45a.m.Morn- : ajn.
Degree 1968
from
the Ing a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Worship 11.
He the Training Union
the ,
alligator.
says GOD
CHURCH OF
School 10
MornIng
Bible Sunday ,
Baptist Seminary In Arling- a.m. 6:30
alligator still numbers in the ton, Texas. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Worship, II a.m. and 7 p.m. .6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
hundreds of thousands in Flor- All friends and Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: p.m. Ing Worship, II. Training Union,
members of Brown minister '
ida, but that it is important that the church are invited to the Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. 6:30.: Evening Worship. 7:30.

protective steps be taken earlyso services at 10 a.m. to welcomethe -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor.
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that It will not the of -
go way
new pastor and his family. I
several species of wildlife that FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD :
have already become extinct. OF STARKE

-. ._._. Services Held West Weldon St. and Ralford

For Mrs. HinsonIn Road -
Sunday School: 10:00: a.m. 11:00: i -
Jones ChapelMrs. a.m. C.A. Services: 7:00: p.m.
Evangelistic Services.

Margaret Hinson, 57dled Wednesday: No Mid-Week -

Thursday, June 4,In a Gainesville Service. .... ..:....? t
Pastor: T.E. Gilly
hospital after a short Illness.She
NOW COMPLETE! was born In Georgia on Feb. 20 I
1913 and had been SMYRNA MISSIONARY f I
employed at the I
An entirely$ new Bradford County Hospital for the BAPTIST CHURCH
translation in the 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services -
past 13 years.Surviving ....
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language of today. are her husband,BertL. : Sunday School, 10 a.m. t
Hinson. of Starke two daugh- Preaching, 11 a.m. Training
. Standard Edition ters Mrs. Arthur Gaskins; Law- Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship It

The in one Old volume and New tey; and Mrs. Sam Gardiner Jr., 7-Elder p.m. Everyone A.G. Flynn welcome., pastor ,< .4 I
Testaments $8.95 a Keystone Heights; one son, Bert
:':':':';"x. .......
With the Apocrypha Hinson, Panama City; one sister, CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS ;:;::: ,
$9.95 Mrs. Ernest Rife, Dayton, Ohio

WE HAVE COPIES erville two brothers, Ga. ,and R.J. Turner,Hom- Sunday Scholl CHURCH 9:45 a.m.,Morn- '
Audrey Turner
SEE US TODAY! Gainesville: and six grandchild-, ing Worship 11 a.m., Youth Service I'
1
Funeral Services were held at 5:30: p.m.. Evening Worship, i
7
BULLINGTONIStudioJewelryGifts 3 p.m. Saturday In Jones Memorial p.m.Thursday night Prayer MeetIng -
.- J. ... Chapel with Rev. Don Denton
7:30
P.-- officiating. : p.mivy Luke, Pastor
Starke, Florida 32091 YOUNG ELEGANCE Cemetery. Intennentwaslnllope t ::::;:;::::::::? It Takes a Lot to Satisfy !'i" <. ;;::::,::::::: '
Bl ack
: NORTHSIDE BAPTIST fiilJ!!
cotton velveteen shapes lJl1
:;:;:':;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:; ::S:;:;:;:;:::;:::::I::::::::;:; small smock for young fash-a- Sunday Morning CHURCH Worship, 9:45 1iitf!) A HEALTHY APP ETITESTHt, : Nii! !!
ionables. ; .,....
Youth : ::' .......
;11f; 1 mm; 1 11l1; l 1 1lj 1lmlnj11 1 1 11; 1111l111Hl1Hl1l111Hj1j1[ :I11:1:1ll:::: 111 jlHj11 l;;;[;l:1: :j Hj1ll1l1[ 1l1l1j111 :nmm1 11 1; : Baptist Sunday ning Worship School, 6 11.p.m.Sunday Training Eve- jr! that < ;:::::
Choir To SingIn Anyone has ever: tried to fill the hot' jI11!
UflIofl,7:3O' ; !( : SB-i
.ftWS <"F&SSf: : c
Daytona ThursdayTeachers and Officers :;; tomless i pitll'''of ferowingboys'wilf tell yow ,lt t F4i ; ':: W I
I I Meeting, 6:30. Prayer :::; k :;; ''V ::::;:::::;
YOUTH REVIVALBETHEL Meeting 7:30.Edward f:: that it is 1 jTactically) an impossibility. Yet :1 'QINc' b: iiiiii iii:
Fifty members of the First C. Harvey, pastor.ST. :f.';: TI'. Church h God I oppo'd' 0"..', In I ihn ''A* :;:::::;:,:
;
we must continue feed
to them
Baptist Church Youth Choir will f so that they world 'lor tpmdina, ,Iht knoKltdjt ol' Hit 10.tlor M tif
:: f ,
1 II llj: AT 1111111: combine voice s with Youth Choirs MARKS :::::; will continue to grow. t.t, man and tl Hit dtmond for man,to rtipond fj : :i:'
I! from five other Central Florida EPISCOPAL CHURCH ': to that', to.. or f..... hil ...Ihbo.. .. Without 'If) ;:;:::::c
churches to present the contem- 9:45: Church School lm With the I'ijrht kind of encouragement. from, 1.nd'.I'n., I tht lo>t ol l (Cod, no 5O..fl. 'V, 1 iiili!!
111 1 11 BAPTIST 11111111tffi porary Christian Folk Musical, Holy Eucharist 1st Sunday ::::::': fMf'hll..' or tocitty or noy of lift will, long i: ,,::::::::::
'
"Tell It Like It Is," In the 11 a.m.Morning. !!!!i!: ia i ent', these boys will: develop a hungerfor pi,lunrt ond Hit littdorm ohlcri, wt hold M ''ft'dtar "f :!!!i

Daytona Beach Band Shell on Grayer 2na, 3rd & ':;;::'; Coil'.. \\'Ol. Take them to church Sunday ,Vf will iritvltobly ptriih Ihtrtfort' tvtn JV, %::
CHURCH 1 Thursday, June IS, and Saturday 1th Sundays 11 a.m. '::::,;" t.1 ,Iron I ItlDlh point, 'of'''.,ont thould'.ppo.' ,I"! ::;::;:;<:
June 20. The concerts are !1iti where, they may study and learn more tht thurttl lor Iht ukt ol l Iht..110..ol' him. VV.\ I

I |I| scheduled for 8 p.m. each eve- ::::::;:::::::' of God's ci I. lOll and hit" lomily. ..,ond that, howtvtr, fV, .,.:::. :>.
LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH :;::; \\01' .
IMI :: ::
ning, and is Invited :;::' .... ., ::::;:
JUNE 15 THRU JUNE 19 public cordially ::;;:: ptnon ihould uphold and pomnpoit In ;:::::::::;
:: ,
Sunday School, 9:45 ,
: : a.m.
and urged to attend one ; !ii) "B1I'HHeci art" they which do and Hit Church hKomt A
hunger/ 0 "it Hill tht Irulh about .nfii
, :j jj ji1ij! [ of these performances.The ning Morning Worship Worship, 7:30, II a.m.; Eve-Mid- ;.:.;.::,; thimt/ f man I lilt/ dtolh ond d..I,up. ft.. Huirt' which t;< .:;:::::::;:::
: p.m. after rir/liteoitanesii
; for
Youth Choir has : they xhall
presented
FEATURING the musical twice to large week Bible Study, Wednesday, riiii, F, alont will, nl' him, litt ,to Ii,. 01 o child" of' :ffi:\ JIi!!!!!!
: :::::: he tilled.! 'l'1
;;:: God
audiences 7:30: p.m. 3 *,::;:;:;:::;:;:
in Starke
f m YOUTH REVIVAL GROUP m out of town presentation, and at one the Be in church Sunday. :::;:;:,;!:,j L4:* IiC: I C: 'iC: I'- \/, ; :,;::ii:::;;,!


; m ; FROM LAKE FOREST BAPTIST f!!!! high The praised school production by Branford all who has have been last heard week.highly Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor _' CI..Ad..Sr.' .'*
I't' !r CHURCH, JACKSONVILLE 111f1 the local singers and due to GREATER BETHLEHEM e e-e e e a e-------- ------- ---------e-a
1 popular demand,William George, FREE WILL BAPTIST
:=;=1=1=
director of the choir hopes to Cor. Ash &
Chestnut. Sunday
1jj 11j Special Singing Nightly I!! present another performance in School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship, WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
BRADFORD
I Starke later this summer. 11; League, 4 p.m. Night Service JEWELRYOfficial
ii:: EVERYONE WELCOME 11jjill1 ADD MACHINE ROLLS. 6 p.m.--Rev. Jasper Williams SUPPLIES Inc.
pastor. ABSTRACT CO.
File Folders, complete: line of
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flee supplies.The Telegraph.Ph Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware

i1ii1; Rev. James C. Saunders, Pastor ;it1! 964-G305. MADISON STREET Better Service For Your
BAPTIST Keepsake

1j!! ;1i1j1i11mj111j11m11jlj1j1 11m1m111111111i111 1111l11111 l11l11l11jm111j11 111111j1111 1l111j11 11111l lljjH111l111l111l1ljI; 1j1lIlji1j11i:11: !11 1! Electric.TYPEWRITERS For sale: or Manual rent. or Sunday School CHURCH, 9:45: ; Morning BULOVA WATCHES Diamonds Title Problems Complete and Sporting Paint Supplies Goods

Bradford County Telegraph. Worship, II; Training Union, 6:15: Abstracts
I WMU Prayer Circle 7:15. 142 W. Call St. Starke
t, :
"Check With Us First"
; Monday Youth Choir Prac- Title Insurance
Phone
tice 7 964-7064
p.m.Wednesday..
__ Junior Choir 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 219 Washington St. 964-5270

Practice, 5:45: ;Family Night Sup. STARKE "66"
per, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting, 7:30
SERVICE FAULKNERGULF
-Denton Sumrall, pastor.

Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 SERVICEAND


FIRST Tire Truing < .
I BAPTIST CHURCH 4sC
STARKE Headlight Adjusting ... : "
Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning p ..>> U.HAUL RENTALSTruck
Worship, 11; Baccalaureate at Brake Service M'___ ":)
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High School 8 p.m. Trailer
Wednesday_ Youth Choir Wheel Balance and
.. leaves for Daytona Complete Lubrication
Beach
trip,
Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
9:30 ajn. Family Night Supper. Minor Tune-Ups
6 p.m. Prayer Meeting,RA meet- PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
ing, 6:30: ; Teachers and Officers 1011 N. Temple Avenue
Qur nearest branchis Meeting, 7:15.: All Minor Repairs 24-IIR. WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 964.5899

on your corner.: -W.A. Hogan, pastor 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100

*10 S. Temple Starke
BRADFORD COUNTY

WISH I'D SAID TELEGRAPH :: :- FLORIDA

It's surprising how much banking you can do with us THAT"An '
through the mailbox on the corner. You can OFFICE SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery EST

open checking and savings accounts. make deposits, TYPEWRITER
and apply for or make payments on loans. ONTROL
All by mail. So when weather or health limits your ADDING MACHINES: and Market
mobility remember our branch on the corner.
Write or come in for free "Bank-by-Mail" forms, today.t'C' elder statesman is Groceries Meats Feed ACHUMCAlca.

someone who can remember PHOTOCOPIERS* : from ,".10 GAS AND OIL
when the U. S. I. $423. Take the drpditry\ out
l FLORIDA"BANK than countries like was North stronger Viet- (if pt,*r work.UCOAL ._ Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. 539 E. Call)) St. Starke, Fla.

: nam and North Korea.-Ray FOKMS.PAYROU. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964.5745 for FREE
Savage, Thermopolls (Wyo.)

-( : AT_STARKE Record. KNYKLOPI. PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates

"It now looks as though the .

taxpayer will be the first of CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. America's natural resourcesto ,

be completely exhausted.- Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties
"Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrically"
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group William J. Stator Addison .
County (Vt.) Independent. : -Keystone F'Jjhts. -Phone 473.4911


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[ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE ] ,r'g" Council Starts Work On Budget;

Most/ DeservingKHS :

: Votes Raises For Three OfficialsAd



Graduate Ik valorem and property taxes of putting the service hangar:
I after homestead exemptions, !In "first-class
-- iteystone l il/ices3y .- t shape", wit
i are 5-1/2 per cent of$3.306,687 can be used 15-20 years,and then
for Keystone Heights, Tax assessor compare these with the cost of
I GLORIA REDFEARN I T.C. Miller eldest son of Mr. graduation exercises, and a coffee Jim Cook reported to the a new building. In the absence
and Mrs Jack F. Miller of and cake hour afterwards. Keystone Clty; Council Tuesday of airport Chairman Roy Watkins -
!| Plena* Call 473-3288 or 473-4182 I Santa Fe Lake, graduated with Those sharing this occasion night seriously 111 with a heart

----------------I the Senior Class of 1970 of the with the Millers were: Mrs. Eunice In preliminary work on the attack he volunteered to get
,. ,'- Keystone Heights High Schoolon Miller Jack's mother; 1970-71 budget, Joy Baker finance estimates on the work.

Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Aiken or Mrs. Harold Houser is spending k June 6. Mrs. Ruby Dyal Lows mother; chairman, estimated an Pat Bradley attended the meet-
Keystone Heights announce the some time In Chicago thii ; T.C. was awarded the Junior Mrs. Nat Holman, Mr. and Mrs Income of $34,500 from other ing to urge cooperation of the
marriage of their daughter Angela summer to visit her many relatives and Senior Woman's Club Scholarship Coburn Rain, and Mr. and Mrs. sources, and, added to the $18.- council and city; officials tor the
Lee to BennIe Massey there. as the "most deserving Jim Smith, all of Gainesville; 187 from property and ad valor- Fourth of July celebration witha
Jr., son of Dr. Bennie Massey Roy Watkins la still confine: senior." The citation was madeat Mr and Mrs. Don Thorn Andy em taxes, made $52,8871ncome, planning meeting Wednesday
Sr. Ot Palatka, and Mrs. Valda to the hospital and not receiving graduation exercises by the and Betty Louise, of Charleston for the budget. night.
Massey also of Palatka.Mr. visitors. However he is doing Junior Woman's Club president S.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Estimated expenses were: administration Alex Brokas asked the council -
r Mrs W.L. Bunco, Jr. Cuave and Tracy of Mulberry $7,280; streets, to consider
Massey attended St,Johns well and we hope he wll I ; putting an asphalt -
Bever Junior College.Miss AIken be home Boon t T.C. also received the American Mrs. Claude Pitchford of In- $15,195; garbage, $10,190; parks, surface on top of the pre
was a member of the 1970 graduating Mrs. Gertrude Shackleford a ..i Legion Certificate of Distinguished terlachen; Mrs. Rosetta Estes $500; police, $8,730; fire dept. sent cement tennis courts, and
class of; Keystone Heights Gainesville was in Keystone to: Achievement, which of Mcintosh; Mrs. Geneva Johnson $4,604, and reserves, $7,100. fencing the courts. The council'
High SchooL the weekend visiting her sot M was presented by James F, Drew Waldo; Mr. and Mrs. Mack Making a total of $53,609, ten- asked! him to get an estimate
The couple was married In Don and Ms family and to at. r. Awards Chairman of Keystone McGowan and Chuck, of Hllliard; tative budget work showed a deficit and report back.
Folkston. G*. on April 11, and tend the graduation of hergrand- Melrose American Legion Post Mrs. Geneva Tanner and Mrs. of $922, to be worked out CUirles Donahoe asked for a
will make their home In Palat- daughter Kerry SMckl ord. 202. Liz Thomas Starke; Mr. and before council adopts the budget stop sign at the Intersection of
ka. We understand Herb Nelson Principal Charles Rider presented Mrs. Byrd Seegar and Guy Glf. Oriole and Cypress with the
is enjoying his retirement. TIll i T.C. with a Principal's ford, all of Jacksonville; Mr. During the budget discussion, understanding that Oriole !Is a
DuPont Staff Members had I 1 School Award for Activities. and Mr..'Woody Hare, Palatka; the council voted to raise the through street The council: a-
BAND AIDES party; for his'at the Holldaj, T.C. plans to enter Lake Clty; Mr. and Mrs Lavon Lowery salary of the tax collector, from grccd.
The Keystone Heights Band Inn in Starke upon Ms retire ., Junior College of Forestry on Lane and Lents Keystone $300 to $400 per year, and the For the culvert extension on
Aides (parents of band members) went August 21. Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph city clerk's salary from $1,900to Nightingale, Councilman Huntley
concluded their year's activities Fremont Tolles was taken non Not only was this a big day Phllman and children, of Tam- $2,050 per year. Annual sal- Redfearn Jr. reported that he
with a cookout at the lakefront Saturday and is in Alachw tit= for T.C., It was also the 22nd pa; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barton ary of the councilmen and mayorIs hadn't been able to get a bid
home of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey General Hospital. wedding anniversary of this pa- and George, and T.C.'s class- $160 each. on the work. The project is complicated -
Bannister on Lake Geneva Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Al Coggshal i t ,fa rents. The Miller family entertained mate, Jack Wingate, and Jan The council: voted to appropriate by the need for the cul- .
June 2, from 4:30: 'til 9. visited in Keystone over the with a dinner before Adams.Keystone an additional $200 for vert to be turned as well as
Hosts for this occasion were weekend to attend the graduates .- Fourth of July actlvltles, to add extended, a water pipe moved
the Band Aide officers. Mr. and of her brother Johnny Warren to $300 appropriation throughthe and a telephone cable about to
Mrs. Bannister Mrs. Airnell Rev. and Mrs. Milton J. Scrip fire department and $200 be put down has "nowhere togo
Dell, Band Director, Mr. and tun have visited In St, Petersburg Grads collected from merchants and ," A sidewalk[ already need-
Mrs. Mickey Mlngledorfl, Mr. and while there attends G civic groups.Mayor ed from the bank to the high
and Mrs. Naples Mrs. Margy a reunion of their church i w Raymond Starnes reported school, has no space alongsidethe
Few Mr. and Mrs. Whisenant Bradford, Pa. .wa that through state legis- pavement "The state owns
.
and Mr. and Mrs. Quagllano. Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Quag lators he has received word thata the water in the lakes; Red-
The group enjoyed swimming llano entertained members c Receive AwardsAwards RR signal will be Installed on fen rn says "so they need to

boating siding, hone shoes and her sorority- Jacksonville's Alpha SR 100 and SR 21. with cross- take. care.- of. their.-- water leading -
arm and light which will operateIn to the !" Wl1chllUD1D1edup
ping pong. Senior Band mem Iota on Sunday June 7, a lakes
ben enjoying the occasion were: their home on Lake Brooklyn. gents Scholarship to FSU. connection with the traffic the council's decision to ask
Mark Wilson, Gerald Mingle- The guests enjoyed a covered to outstanding students Kerry Shackleford, Science Award light at that intersection. for help from the Florida Department -
dotty Woody Manning Priscilla dish supper, homemade ice Margaret Pater Weds Mr. MunizIn highlighted commencementexer- and Llonellas Scholarship. Bids for the first phase of of Transportation.
Dodd Candy Packard, Gayle cream swimming, boating and cises for the Keystone Heights Leon Trlest Social Studies A- cutting timber at the airport Gas bids for the city; for next
Quagllano Teresa Baker Caro- games. Gainesville High School Senior Class of 1970 ward. were approved, to be opened at year will he opened at the next

lyn Jordan, Nancy Praetor,Mon- Col. Barry F. Phillips, of Louisville in the athletic stadium last Saturday Johnny Warren, Rotary Club 8 p.m. July 14. Allan Tarleton meeting, July 14, at 7:30: p.m.,
night Bradford County; Forester, had and will be sent out to all ser
teen Brewer David Few, Ste- Ky., Mrs Betty; Roberts Scholarship
phanie Bannister Larry Mingle-: of Titusvllle and Mrs. Wilma St. AuguatLre'aCathollcChuroh in princess style; with scalloped Rep. Gene Shaw of Starke,was Bunny Bunco, Crisco Award. prepared the bid[ forms, and explained vice stations In the city;
dorff of Gainesville was the setting yolk of matching lace. They wore the featured commencement Award them to the council Ho People have been using highway -
Glynls Combass, Billy; Phillips of Gainesville paid a Tina Bickel. Betty; Crocker -
lilac trimmed with
of a nuptial mass uniting Miss picture hats and brief also read a letter from the Fed- trash
Wolfe Terry Whisenant, Rick surprise visit to their uncle and speaker, addresses cans for family garbage '-
Each
lace and
Wheeler, Darrell White. Nancy brother-in-law. Johnnie T. Phillips Margaret Elizabeth Pater and organdy rosettes. were made by the top honor students The Superintendent's Award to eral Aviation Authority approv- it was reported and the
White, Cheryl Tomes, Lym Hen and wife last week. Enrique Muniz on Saturday, June carried a nosegay of daisiesand of the class,Roxarme Ketch the top eight Seniors with a 3.5 ing the tree-farming plan adopted six highway trash cans within
derson. Laurie Beam Pattie Mc- 6, at 4 pjm. baby's breath. valedictorian and Stephanie or better scholastic average went by the council for the Key- the city; limits are overflowing.
The bride In
Glave and Sally Naples The bride is the daughter of given marriage Shaughnessy, salutatorian. to: Deborah Hawes, Katherine stone Airport, which also specified Tho council agreed to ask DOTto
Additional guests enjoying the Mr. and Mrs Daniel M. Pater by' her father, wore a formal The following special awards Htock, Jack Wlngate, Tina Blckel three clear areas for run- move them outside the city;
Student of silk
afMr were: Sandy Combass, Keystone Sr. of Keystone Heights, and gown Ivory organza over were made: !, Leon Triest, Kerry Shackle- way approaches to be removedas limits. Garbage and trash along
taffeta neck-
Cynthia Mlngledorff, Nancy Ma. Finish At Montreat the groom is the son of Mrs. line and, scalloped portrait T.C. Miller, Activities Award ford, Stephanie Shaughnessy, and I soon as possible. Airport the drive to the Boy Scout campat
pies, Tippy Naples, Michelle Julieta Muniz of Miami and Enrique long sleeves tapering to and Junior-Senior Woman's Club Roxanne Ketch. Manager Homer Satterfield, who Keystone Airport, and litterIn
Proctor. Paul Proctor. Vlc Ban Muniz of Havana, Cuba. the wrists.Matching Alencon lace Scholarship. Diplomas were presented to the I attended the meeting, said that the wrong places at the city
Two Keystone Heights students motifs encircled the neckline, Athletic Award. I trees needed cutting on landfill No
Sandy Grayson approaches was reported. tres-
Hater and Kelvin Whisenant. fifty-one members of the class
;
were, among the 92 graduates receiving The Rev. Edward A. Kirby sleeves and hemline, cascading Roxanne Ketch English and by School Superintendent Jesse '4Tyne. to runways 28, 34 and 4. passsing signs will be placedat
LITTLE LEAGUE degrees in commence- performed the double-ring cere over the controlled skirt that Math Award, and Board of Re- .. While discussing the airport, both of these, since county-
ment exercises Montreat-An- mony. terminated In a full court train. I.W.
Henderson
who keeps a residents outside the city are
Gus and Mitch defeated Kim'sShell
deraon College Montreat, N.C. Presenting a nuptial program Her matching cathedral length plane there, said he would like to use the county landfill
5 to 4 with Larry Gold- were Mrs J. Lamm organist, mantilla of English Illusion was
on May SLGraduathg ::0 see estimates on the costMELROSE
thourpe and Mark Barker pitchIng were Dorothy Roberta and Mrs. Robert Hendry,soloist secured to a fabric bow and Clay County Summer School
for Gus and Mitch and Ar- Hardenbergh, daughter of both of Keystone Heights. edged In scalloped lace. She carried r 4 _
nold Reed pitching for KIm... Mr. and Mrs. N.W.Hardenber 1. Ruben Seoanes Sr. of Miami a white prayer book with Garden Club
Banner beat McKay 15 to 10 and Leslie Beam, daughter of was best man and the ushers a cascade of lilies of the valley
with Bruce Bleasdale and Harry Mr. -and Mrs. William Beam were Robert C. Pater, Keystone and baby's breath. Program Starts Friday July 24 Of The Lakes

Wagner pitching for Banner and Jr. Miss. Beam was elected Heights and Capt. Daniel M. PaFollowing the ceremony, abutter Installs Officers
Kevin Bamon pitching tor Mc- Homecoming Queen of the school m of Las Vegas, Nev., fet supper was served at the .1\ By Joyce RoweCongratulations
Kay. this year. brothers of the bride, and Ruben University; Inn, after which the Summer school for Clay County driver education: home econo-
,
Both girls plan to attend the Seoanes Jr. of Miami. couple left for a wedding trip puplls will begin on Monday miss: art and band will be offer r I Tile Spring Luncheon and Installation
ROTARY CLUB University; of Florida next faiL The bride's sister-in-law, to Jamaica. Upon their return June 15, and end Friday July ed at Clay High School and Orange to all the seniors of Officers for the
Myron C. Prevail Sr., local Mrs. Daniel M. Pater m of they will reside In Miami 24. There will be some type; of Park Junior-Senior High School. in this area who have been Garden Club of the Lakes was
attorney was guest speaker at. Las Vegas, Nev. was matron of The bride and groom both summer activities going on at Shop also will be offered at graduating this past week. They held recently at the Melrose
the Rotary Club: weekly luncheon $651 Fund Raised honor. The bride's matron was graduated from the University; each of the schools In the Orange Park High. In Green Cove seem to be a great bunch of students Woman's Club, with Mrs. Sam
meeting. His topic was Title Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. of Florida. Mrs.Munlz is an occupational county.; Patrons and pupils interested Springs the morning swimming We're all proud of you. Vercoe. of Neptune Beach Dist
Insurance In which he Incorporated For Clay County Mrs. James Newton of Daytona therapist on the staff In summer classes or program at Spring Park will be Mrs. Jesse Bickel and chil- 4 Director, Florida Federation

hints on how to protect Library ProjectA kept the bride's book. 3t the Miami Heart Institute.Mr. activities should check with their }eights HighpBchaoliwho dren, Colleen and Rodney, of of Garden Clubs, as Installing
your home and property.; The attendants wore formals Muniz is a medical student at local schools for Information regarding stone Belle Glade, spent the weekend officer
of lilac silk shantung fashioned the University; of Miami. subjects offered, pupil desire summer classes may participate with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The club's colors of blue and
HERE N* THERE total of $651.71 has been assignments, and schedule : In the program at Clay Roscoe Flora. They were here yellow were carried out in the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sadd of raised to date for the Clay County Elementary school programswill High School. to attend the graduation of her table settings, as well as !In the
Ft. Lauderdale and Ohio were In different communities Parents of pupils eligible to Tina Saturday night
Library beautiflcation project, Roy Watkins vary daughter, corsages presented to the retiring
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. according to Miss Louise Batten Mrs. Mary Smith with some schools offering enter kindergarten or flrstgrade from Keystone High School. Tina officers and to new offi
Leroy Overmoyer.Rev. president of the Green Cove Services Held physical education programs and >In September and parents of new returned to Belle Glade with cers.
and Mrs. David Over- Springs Garden Club. Released recreational reading through lib pupils In the county; who will be them. Jesse, who recently suf- Those Installed for the year
moyer son and daughterinlawof Contributions received duringthe rary services In addition to Instruction entering school September,are fered a heart attack, was unable 1970-71 were: President, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Over- past three weeks Included: From Hospital In reading and arith- urges to register those pupils as to make the trip, but ho Ralph Barker; 1st Vice President
moyer, were guests while on fish fry, $329.63; Burlington Industries Mrs. Mary Smith, 69, former metic. Speech therapy will be early In the summer as possible. does seem to be recovering quite Mrs. Miller Wrinkle; 2nd
leave from their Missionary Post $10; private citizens, rosldentofSmithlakenearKeyRoy Watkins, ve ieraw Kty- provided byappofntmentforthosewM Personnel will be on duty; >In the well. We enjoyed a brief visit Vice President, Mrs. Dan Pa-
In Columbia, South America. stone Heights, died Friday, June stone Heights have been contacted. schools during the summer session with them before they returned.
$ll; Geiger Fuel $15': and Clay city councilman, ter; Secretary, Mrs. Leon Wag
Rev. and Mrs. Milton J. Scrip, County; Council Community; 5, In a Jacksonville hospital after was able to return home Tuesday \' In addition to basic high sch who can assist with the registration Those of you who love fresh ner; Treasurer, Mrs. Emily I-
lure journeyed to Miimeola for Problems, $20.91."Add1Uonal an extended Illness.Surviving af-er two weeks in Bradford academic courses,classes of new pupils blueberries will be happy to know son.
the graduation of their grandson, contributions are is one son, Clarence ( County Hospital followlnwAlex that they are ripe now. Mrs. Ed
Lawrence Smith. Saucer, Starke; a efaterMre. contacted me to let
Longaecker
expected, Miss Batten said a heart attack. A bleed clot
Mrs. Charles Smith (is home Murray Florahome; six time he wore him ) know that their field
"and when the books close on cau! d heart danrnge! /owJ letting up eluding pork type; strips to be me berry
from Alachua General Hospitaland the project there should be am grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Mr. Wa''k'n' te expected to bo him run and used on casting spin casting, Is now open near Earleton. They
is feeling much better. She's ple funds to erect a decorative slack, and trying to control him or spinning tackle. The contest have a large field where customers -
still under the doctor's care and block wall part of the Funeral services were held at restricted to his home for at with a real limber rod, he was will be held June 27 and 28, pick them at a consider-
across
way 11 a.m. Monday at the graveside lean flO tfays. beginning to wonder !if he would
will be resting for a few weeks. the east side of the library by the St John's River Bass able savings. KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
Mr. and Mrs. N.W. Harden- line FerrisStreet. In Woodlawn Cemetery, Macc"I don't know ct anyone ever land him But thanks to Angler's Club. Winners will be We had an opportunity to stop
burgh went to Montreal N.C. ..property, on lenity, with Rev. Robert Burch who has donated more of! Ms' my mother Cricket, who ran and determined by points scored on by the Day Care Center last

for the graduation of their daughter Members of the Garden Club officiating. Arrangements were time ta 'th! city of Keystcne got the dip-net, they finally land ounces of bass weighed In. If week and were pleased with '
Dottle from Montreat College express: thanks to all who have In charge of DeWitt C. Jones He'ghM than Roy" Council ed him When James started Interested write for information what we found. The building is
Dottle came home to Keystone contributed to the success of Funeral Home. Chairman' Everett Pox raid at- to remove the hook, it fell out and entry form to: St, John'sRiver quite large with a fenced In
with them and will be here the drive. Tuesday evening's meeting.OF t of the bass' mouth, so It wasa Bass Angler's Club, Box front yeard for the children to
for the summer. close call. 4123. Jacksonville, Fla., 32201. play. Many things are needed, DIRECTORY
Mrs. George Ellis and her Another contest Is planned !In however. Chlldrens' furniture,

-.. ---,- Y grandson Johnny Quinn caught Santa Fe Lake In the future. tables and chairs especially,
,+, 45 shellcrackers weighing up to Well it's time to sign off till toys and other artlcles: childrencan
YOICE
p BEAUTY
: SHOP
1-1/4 pounds while fishing from next week, so, "Good-bye and use for entertainment or
THESportsman her dock. good luck!" learning. Food also can be used,
Griffin's Lodge (east shore fresh or canned KEYSTONEBEAUTY
',r ; Santa Fe), reported the following The Center has complete kitchen
Your catches for last week's fishing. CASH REGISTER P\PER-Na- facilities for preparing SHOP
Roy Griffin guided Mr. Zellner tional Cash Register and all other breakfast dinner and two snacks.
.' BY MIKE CHITTY and a friend Wednesday, and they models Bradford Count If you have anything to donate EDITH JOHNSON Owner
caught 16 base Roy guided Mr. Telegraph. U you can take it by the center, Personal and Creative HalJ'l Styling

Cone and they caught 17 bass iContlnusd: en Next Page) Every Form of Beiaty:

Valuables 1 --' . Thursday. Friday, Roy caughtan . . . .. . . . CultureTIJ'eSS...r. 9-5; closed
8-pounder while fishing for t. Monday.
r 'r shiners.
Bill Groves of Jacksonville
Safe ? caught 14 bass over the weekend Learn To Swim NURSERY
from Griffin's.Alan Griffin Zack

"' Smith and Ronnie Knowles caught O.C. Carnes Nursery
}
9 bass, Alan catching( the larg- JJ or Swim Better

z est.SMpman's 10 Ibs. Camp (west shore r. -: Classes Each Tuesday, Thousand! of plants

:t Santa Fe) Thursday.. Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
reported that the Fishermen Q :: Wednesday
who did make It out last :;; 1J Evergreens
week (despite lousy conditions) .:.. : : ,' Starting JUNE 16. In Camellias & Azaleas

were rewarded with nice catches. ., :-o \ Beapttful Modern 20x10 MOST ALL IN CANS
Here are their results. Tom I \ Ft. Pool In a Lovely Sel PLANT ANY TIME
k Marangelll and Mike Ragost '
.ing. Beautiful Roses
brought In 60 Mr. and -
,, specs;
.w Mrs. George Knight 25 specs; Advanced Swimming 9:00: To 9:30: A. :M. Land5C8plnl'Phone
Mr. and Mrs. Lick Perkins 50
y, HrH1 -
Intermediates 9:30 To 10:00 A.M.: 659-2165
and :
specs bream; Mr. and Mrs
Jimmy Ellis, 75 shellcrackers Beginners (group) 10:00: To 10:30: A. M.
will be in 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke
They an economical Sports Fans, those rascals would venture to that they on
say and bream; Mr. and Mrs. 'Ken Private Lessons ((1 J or 2)) 10'30 To 11:00: A.M.:
have really been tearing It averaged over a half a pound Cleveland, 65 bream and shell- Hwy. 100 at Florahome
SAFE DEPOSIT BOX at up lately. "Ya been gettin' In each: or more. Uncle Howard's crackers; and Vernon Alderman AFTERNOON CLASSES
on the action? Not only are they wife Aunt Lena showed them all had 10 bass
weighing up to 6 Adult Classes 4:00 To 4:30: ".:\1.
biting In the lakes and rivers, up. She caught the biggest one, pounds. s. E. MoKAY. REALTOR
but they're also keeping the a soft-shelled turtle about the I received a letter last week KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS 47 -1111
KEYSTONE STATE BANK "Dock Fishermen" happy. Here size of a foot-tub. After they Informing me of a bass fishingconte.t MRS. FRED DODD Appr."Hkl' Service
are a few examples of this fact. left Wedneaday, my father James In the LochloosaOrangeLakes
Th Best la Lk tfroa|
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla. My Uncle Howard Bradberry and was fishing from the dock and section. Anyone can enter Ph. 473-4206 Homes. AereafM. Rentals&
Ms son Jimmy were down from caught the beauty; In the pic- for a fee of $10, with prizes
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Oxford, Ala., caught a passel ture. Would you believe a nice Including trophy, an electric ASSOCIATES
Community." of big bream from our dock. sized bass? He was fishing with troll motor, choice of reels, Qualified Instructor Keystone Heights :Mrs. Melba Dtea79710; '
Monday they caught 20, then they my fly-rod with my spinning reel choice of rod, etc. Only artificial Col. J. Cbeaalstoa7Y7& *
caught around 24 Tuesday. I on It, with a No. 6 bream hook. baits r re to be used (In- L. J. Robinaoatalit

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"LOOKING BACK" to be wantingl" '
NEWS NOT' S Today a* the Keystone. :Re This Is so clearly: observed gTjY '-,}

porter carried many. reports,, Bradford> County: Hospital. Mothers r
By Helen V. : :
-- tpL they all centered around husbands, wives, even
youth RJ'II.- ..w teenager .have been or an patients
I EASTERN STAN events and --'"M of 111II her*. Yes folk care, but s ., s s i s s

: Keystone Chapter OES honored school days of t today. HMO,touting action Is needed. action of
ttS Past Grand Matrons and Patrons back 17 years this reporter the sort that a person needtaj
at Florida on June a In an visualizes Keystone as a retirement to go to the clinic can call
unusual courtesy. In order of haven. Only 103 children -> transportation service. -. -.--

the term of office they served, were attending: the elementary Just last week patients in WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn
the theme was appropriately school under prlndpalsWp Bradford Hospital Win.P.(Coon) 'CLASSIFIED' AD SATES Smith Plumbing Cnwby Lake Crosby\ Lake
staged by the author, Mrs. Vera of Miss Gertrude Houser. ID Wllsoo. Mrs. Amy FerreU, Mr. I a'0t'R PTr=''b'T9'seta, baby JIMMY MOORE'9SUN Inlet. Ideal For :Mobile Komeq

Ownbey treasurer.The those days the retirees had cars, Alice Mats Roy Wattdns. Mrs. Mlnlmnm Charts __.. ?1,73E 1>>8&. also guitar, amplifiers, SPORTS and Supply Summer Cottage Or Year
chapter room scene was they toured the state, and Journeyed Mattye; Sargent, and this reporter (Covers IS word) refrigerator: day or week. DA- Round Living,
S nursery, with play pen In which afar; tteyjentorfefeed and. looked back to those yesteryears' I, HMSR'g. 864-7923. tf-chg MOORE BOAT FOR All Lot Ready To GoCleared.
the youngest. In term of office enjoyed a close fellowship, socially and said "Oh to be bad lach word over IS-ToNo YOUR MONEY Raiford Road Graded It Leveled.

t, vas playing Jessie Mae Hicks as well as cmcly.. In those good old days:. Extra Charge If not iaI1f] WANTED/' Laundrj Phone 964-6023 Priced From $995.00. Financing
. Past Grand Matron, adorned wilt Where these folks today
and feedIng are It Is hoped by the time this paid In advance workers Kltctaen: aid, labor Starke Ph. 964-5791 Available. Call 964-7701.
a yellow baby bonnet They still In Keystone some
are ; Issued Is delivered that Mr. era eottave parent, watch. Contracting and Repair HOUSE PAINTING Interior
a large dolly. Vlncenr have been disabled and unable Charles Schmitt is home from CLASSIFIED, DISPLAY man.: ooofcs and clerks ground' Complete Outboard &: Fixtures and exterior. First class
The two first Braden to continue to drive, even to Plumbing
Brice and Dr. E.W. Garnish the post office. Today they are the hospital: that someone came 11.50 Per lach keeper, truck driver. Five, Stern Drive Service and Water Beaters workmanship.; :Reasonable.
both Past Grand Patrons, wen hand forward to help Mrs. Amy Bry- dy week, eight hour day, Repair. Complete Fiber. Under contract or hourly.
needing a helping by someone 'Memorials Resolution Water Pumps
while hen helpmate Is -In State retirement. vacation;
an Lonnie Roberts Belford telephone

wearing large straw hate ant. who for their needs. glass
cares Custom-
oversize ties playing about the But, sad to there doesn'tseem the Naval Hospital; and we feel Proclamation, ate -7c word sick I......If Interested, please built Repair. 431-1126 !between the

play pen. Verna Brice, PGM, to be IaYM or hearts for Mrs. Sargent whose hus :CARDS OF THANKS apply: In person Personnel Fiberglass Fjshjng.! hours 7 a.m.-5 pan. weekday
.
band and son practically builtKey.moe. >Manager.. Sunland Train Boats.
the senior member of tho family 'SO words or less .....8.00 WANTED middle aged lady to 4tp 6-18
mThtiA ? alneerllle Fla,
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was gowned as the val..s1ctorlaD reporter, In talking to let Center. C .
of her class, appropr. tte- Mr. Smith of Jones Funeral Will someone have compassion i Each word over 50-'7o An equal opportunity. employer. make donuts. hamburgers and WANT TO SELL Immediately
ly dressed In tradlaMonal cat: Home, on the need for transportation and organize? What, you may; :French fries. Dahmer'Dl 1967 Galaxle 500 fully equipped
thatMr. ask Yes-- a volunteer service tfahg count House. Itchg Reasonable.! Phone
and gown. All of these Paste; 'and facilities. Mid
to the ill and aging persons, SUPER STICK Vinyl PlMtiC 9646114.Uehg
officers are members of Gafc +III- Jones Is very concerned about THREE BED ROOM FRAME
vllle 44. this matter, and the company: and help relieve the loneliness Letters, all sizes, color Perm BIO PEN+ Ball Point Be- 'MARY( HOUSE
Char Said and depression of yesteryear's anent for use on wood glass lUIs. Bradford County Telegraph. COLONIAL FLORIST: for solo
Star, like Its will go many: miles to help,,. : Clone pave.street, lots of
parent order of Masonry Is based when the need is reported builders. plastlo. paper/metal, leather fcruttbery.. tile hath living; Can 964-6291 for information.2tohg .
the Grand ANYTHING I Bradford county 6-18
Biblical characters
on to them.
room dining room:, kitchen.
Chapter of Florida presented as Last week a Keystoner had PERSONALS Telegraph. tf
WATSON'S CARTER oak floors. Priced at 850000. FOR RENT -Small furnished:
Mr*. Axel Malmgren enjoyeda } .
tc
a voluntary act that a chapter need to pt
an emergency '
A. J. THOMAS Realtor bcusa! $10 week. 409 SouthCherry
the Christian In GafneevWaKnowing family reunion on Mother's "Southern Marine
could have flag Shands Clinic .
St. Phone
displayed. Mrs. Susie Gornto, of no one but an elderly Day spent. Tenn. where House of Vacuum Telephone645701 964-6408. Itp

In honor of her son J.C. Weeks, neighbor, he called and she a couple of weeks Moved. 1'9 Gainesville Many brands of Dew vacuum PAINTSNEW STENO-Experienced. : In credit FOR SALE-Dwltte table and
was donor of the Christian flag by the good grace of a younger visiting and enjoying a sort of "ISeTfr !fameGaIneaville 139.00'nD.' Used machines from dtepatch and general office 4 chairs one occasional: chair.:
old home week.
which was presented by Jessie gentleman he was taken there, Phone! < 964-5424.
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Mr. and Mrs. Houston Drls- MarineLYNN $10. Expert Repairs all mikes; work, desfres: employment. Itp
M. Hicks PGM. This Is another
at night
Phone 533-2492. tfchg
and Accessories tar aUVacuums.
and new emblematic symbol of Sickness and accidents an occurring coll returned recently from a HAMILTON MOB. Parts ITEMS FOR SALS-3 bedroom. 1 12bath
the OES. to those retirees of yes two months trip to California Johnson Motors Cobra. Boat Built In Central vacuum FOR SALE 9:2: Chrysler out. trailer. $300 equity and

The next and final chapter teryear, who built the churches, when they visited areas of Interest Marine Supplies cleaning systems. 712 K.Mfrln. WALL PAPER board Motor Mr. Layman across .- assume payments. 613 W. Weldon -
meeting until October will be supported the PTA, and the around Los Angeles, and Oalaesvine 376-7110 from+ Tiny Cove. Phone St. lip
held on June 16 at which time Boosters Club, contributed to then a visit in Palm Springs 1030 E.University: Ave. Unpalnted Furniture 4734575. Itp
the ceremony of Initiation will the Fire Dept. and visited and with Mrs. DrlscolTs son and OalnesvlUo PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50 FOR RENT Lake place on

be conducted. cared for the sick Now, today, daughers family. to $625. Take the drudgery: out Wood Graining Kit S1'OLEN-I0 hp !Sears Garden Bedford Lake. Mrs. R. F. Mer-!
many. of them need assistance, Roy WatMns was expected to of paper work/ Bradford Coun : Praetor with mower from front ritt 496-6887, Lake Butler' or
-- be released from the hospital Telegraph tfJfOW
ty. of office Desert Isle Motel May(
1. E-80 Paint Remover 964-6236, Starke. 2tohg 6-18
about Tuesday, the However, IN STOCK -COnstruction 2. Reward for return' or put
KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN THEATRE he is restricted as to visitors SEARS Paper. All colors In the rain bock on premises.: 7823332.Itchg DRESSMAKING! AND ALfTElGATIONS .
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for at least ten days. Low' Bradford County TekitnDh. EAST BROWNLEE'STREET See Mrs. J. C. 8apj
Miss Florence Kummer of Has Everthing V on Highway 125 Laiwteyy ItpIFOR
( PIANO IN STORAGE
Park of the Palms is also TOM
.TImRSR; ., SAT. JUNE 11, 12, ISMTMCOUII stored
pitalized with back trouble.It Beautiful 1'Dinet' omeole RENT One bedroom

.. was Mrs. Vera Ownbey's STARKE FOR RENT: Unfurnished houseIn locally. Local person with' excellent furnished! house. Apply 308 9.
"" t\I\\iMii birthday on June 5 and she cele- country.: Also furnished credit can take on small Water St. Itchg

"" 1 11M *e rr brated it with her mother Mrs. Phone 964-6848 apartments in Starke.-W. H. payment bela ikee. Write Joplin -
'if: >- <... fi\\\ Alice Metz a patient In Brad Nollman. 510 N. Cherry tfchg,, Piano Inc., Box 103, Panama CULTIVATED BLUEBERRIES
run :*. 1" n ,n1V.4. ford Hospital, who planned to go VETINARY INJECTABLES Qty, Fla. 32401. Up U-plck, 23c B>. We pick 350
, "",-.4.. -'sv r 1 home on June 8. Mrs. Francis FATE'S FABRICS First qual Tetanus Toxold ]b. 7:30: a An. to 8:30: p.m..
1 I.Wnlennt r,.i>I.?SJNITTT nrnctuj)'tu umonsml Keeping Sickness FOR REm'-1.ar'88! upstairs Monday thru Saturday 2:30: p.
.PrvnlwRb'UM'J.lra' suustrlBiK Egan was also discharged on June ity dress, drapery upholstery
jminnuoonuiu I IF
.Trvrnitm, f11uMAAtl| tl11I11O, ( I 9. WE iDONT HAVE IT material. Notions chenille bed. !Distemper! HepatitisLepto furnished apartment. No pets. m. to 6:30: p.in. Sundays. 2
. "/'n get It for you. Office spreads tapestries. Also seconds 7ombloto! Couple only. Phone 964-6352 miles east, !then 1.8 miles

SUN., MON: JUNE U, is TUBS:; WED: :iei7rCLOSING ( I w Supplies, Fjirnltnre. E iMAnL meat: Bradford ,
I ,,,t,wka Telegraph. County card and Master Charge. Open p.m. tfchg 1151. E. D. Lan necter, Earl.

WHAIS ; Monday, 10-7; Tues. through: 2 bath eton Beach. 4tchg 7-2
FOR SALE :2! bedroom
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TH! : iii"--; 4 ip_ a Sat.. 9-7 1-6. 301 WUdBERLY'B Railroad Salvage .
V 'H WANTED LISTINGS ; Sunday Hwy modem brick home. Hardwood FOR SALE 3 bedroom Con
TROI1Bt[ ,4", v I IWlIH On Homes .and 1H ml. north of Waldo. tfchg Groceries. Fabrics
Acreage Buyer
fiiiYiEiYa ... ;Coo*!*, large: lot. Reasonable.( crete Block house :In Saratoga
.,tEN It !(xa JCOI" I t .I Waiting. Strout Realty. Reg. Clothing Shoes. Furniture. Call 964-7870 alter! 5 p.m. 2 Heights.: 1016 Pratt St. Small
ry,....:,..... CHASTITY ) Broker 2117 N. Temple) Ave. FOR RENT-Mountain Cottage Tools. Plenty Bargains I 7434BJoa.DdIna blocks from Southalde school .
.- a ? RI!--!_-,,-,MRpt' .I Ph. 964-6609 Starke. Fla. $45 week completely furnish: Blvxl.. .Jackaon v11le. ztchg 6-18 equity 964-7261.and assume{ payment-Jttchg 0-13
ed. Weeks awallaUe In June. tlohgBARRETT
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.. / For all your Real Estate July and August R. E. Edmondeon -
G.Y Needs Buy Sell Exchange : 06b3.r Route, Box 32.

-w-f-- l I App.I_ Expert Black Mountain N. C. 28711. Experienced
Advice on all Real Phone (704)) 669-6061. tfchg BRADFORD

\ I Estate ProblemsCan Water Conditioning +
Sewing Machine
t OUTSALE : "Every time you open it. BILL POWELL DID YOU KNOW It's easy: 60 and Pump Co. SEPTIC TANK
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makes washday a fun Rat Real Estate Broker: OWD.> Ian chamD Home? COMPANY
your. Phone 964-6464 Better built for Florida living. Operators
.: 130 Court Street
t thing
Starke Plaza Starke Your plans or ours. Your
t _h( lot or ours. Contact Buford' Phone 964-5832 Single Needle Owned & Operated By

1 MELROSTFrom r Mitchell Box 238 Starke phone 964-6853. P.tfchg O. STA-RITE Safety Stitch DON MICHAEL NEWMANS and

DOBBS.
llier Bro'WnlIIIII'TO
t Water Conditionersand Double Needle

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__ NEW AND USED __ WELL DRILLINGSales
which Is located east of the $1.80 Per Hour
!! SALES-PARTS-SERVICE.
and Rentals
school There Is a sign In the. DRAIN CLEAN-OUT
tl50/o: OFF )'arc!. Deep &: Shallow Wella Repair Department and AND PUMPING
Mrs. Lillian Sturtnvant and olkawagenNew Water Softeners &: Filters. up
24 Hour
Service
sons, of Florahome visited Mrs.Vlrgle Expert Service On
Rowe and children Thurs *. Used t..O). AH Makes For Willing Workers Phone 964-6647

Sates' Service Plumbing Servlee TWO TRAILERS: One-2 bedroom Starke
: day.A vtII Fla.
: couple of reminders for upcoming Phone 964-7061 .: Ono 3 bedroom 'with
ON events. 1 Ml. North of THk Mall Ur conditioning for sale or Apply in person only,
t Vacation Bible School will begin OAlNE1JVlLLEVICTOR DURRANCE PUMP rant Phono 431-1039. ttcfrgBXPERIENCED .
at Ellam Baptist Church Monday AND SUPPLY CO. 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.

June 15 through 19 from 7 RESTAURANT FEMALEHIGH
to 9 p.m. It Is open to all youngsters cook wanted. Good sal. Mon. thru Fri.

; I ALL PLANTS I In this community from ELECTRIC TALLY- AT REDUCED INSURANCE RATES say Apply la person\ Longhorn SCHOOL

beginners through Intermediates. MASTER Add Machines with Restaurant. 301 South. tfchg.
I AUTO FIRE. BOAT
There will be a bake sale Vogue Mfg. Co.
Saturday, June 13. at the Melrose eubtraction. SPECIAL. this DOYLE E. CONNER FOR RENT2 bedroom mobile GRADUATES
Post Office sponsored by month only. 6995. Ideal for INSURANCE AGENCY home. can 964-7498. tfchg: 710 S. Water St.
STARKE 301 home or light office work,
NURSERY
talur
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the Homemakers Club.
L J With school out and most clubs Bradford County Telegraph, tf George E. LaRue Starke, Fla. Want to learn production !

\ : AT SOUTH CITY LIMITS ON U.R.-aulE not meeting for the summer, BAIRD sewing?
news seems to be very starts REMINGTON CASH REGISTER INSURANCE AGENCY -
If your club plans an event or : 2-total electric, sllghtlx. Mobile] Homes Auto Fire Homeowner TYPEWRITERS Manual or Work in a clean, air I

you have out of town company: used. Cost new $420. Save $100. NEW and USED LIFE &: ACCIDENT Electrio. For ale or rent. conditioned plant?
please contact me. My number Our axle price $320.-Bradford Bradford County Telegraph.
Is 475-5692. County Telegraph. tf 810.12 WldeGtlaesrlne Keystone Height 479-4893 Earn good Pay?

LUMBER AND MATERIALSAT IF WE DON'T HAVE IT
DUPLICATE BRIDGE FOR RENT- Furnished apart- Good Quality ....'11 get It Ear yon Offlcs If you are not goingto

Duplicate Bridge winners last went 4 rooms and bath utilities Reasonably Priced DISHWASHER Supplier Furniture Equip college or business
MILL PRICES week were: Mrs. A.V. Bannister furnished. Couple only-No Gainesville 3782785Servleed. Weekend work good WANTED' salary. me" t. Bradford County school this fall and
and Mrs. C.W. Hardy lit place; Pets. Call 964-6852. tfchg
would like
Telegraph. an opportunity
I Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mn. John Guaranteed sad Apply In person Longhorn.
I 2a\a's, 14 ft. thru 20 ft., suitable for barn and Shawn 2nd place;; Mrs. F.S. Four Miles Oat Delivered la Blanks Ana ;Restaurant. 301 South hang to learn a good-payIng

stable construction Hubbard and Mrs. Paul Johns RaUord Road NO EXTRA COST FOR SALE 2 EZERASE TYPEWRITER vocation this summer

6c linear foot length on, 3rd place; Mrs. R.W. Becker MODERN MASONRY HOME 178 441 N. 450S NW 13hlpdnesvBle1176:783 kitchen: dining- bedroom.room. bath Con- PAPER Mlmeo Paper, Bond then see Mr. Tuck.
t per any and Mrs. W.J. Grollck. 4th Large Living Room crete block house. 2 acre Paper.; Notebook Fillers. er Monday through Fri

place. Paneled Family Room fenced and cleared. Corner of Bradford County Telegraph. day, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

: Many, Many Extra 2 paved roads. Phone 964-7361. (No phone calls please).
29 guage Galvanized Roof Metal, 32 in. wide by Only $18,830: SERVICE .
LEGAL Slsdford
Small appliances FORMS. -
3% ml. &E of starke. tt erg
18 and 20 ft. long BILL POWELL BROKER at Starts Hardware Co. 108 E. County Telegraph Pis.6305. .

$10.95 per square M44464 M4-68M Call St. Phone 864-5311. tfcbg !FOR SALE-1964 Ford Tract '"- VOGUE

I r V8 new> tires stainless steel
t'OR SALE Concrete block bed ceo at Bell"* Oarage. Up ADDING MACHINES: Manual 1f g. Co., Inc.
CARL BEGGS Louse; 3 bedroom 1 hath, Creosoted Barn Poles FOR or electric. For ale or' 710 S. Water St.
heat" alr-oondltlonlng. Oor- SALE-Complete] set Walter
rent. Add subtract credit bal-
3 to 4" Tip x 12 ft __________________ 2.50 ea. Gulf ServiceUSED per lot Phone 964-5367. Uobg Golf Clubs. Good condition Starke, Fla.

4 to 5" Tip x 12 ft ____ ______.________ 3.00 ea. PARTS flue band cart-Also: two speed
POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Weettnghouso Electric fan.
4 to 5" Tip x 16 ft ________________ 4.50 ea.2x8' 'Tep Prices for Wrecked Car withstand .eaUleI'zoo' : each, Phone 984-5603. 3tp 8-18

24 Roar Wrecker Service $2.23 dos. Special price on lirg- INJ'TANT AUDERHJ1fJNU
er quantities. Bradford County ACREAGE
Pressure Treated Fuel Oil Telegraph. tf Need racantland and small

Used Can An equal opportrotty employ farms. In Bradford, and BUT-
Suitable for Corral & Fence Construction rounding. counties. Please COIl'tad
ere
Hwy. MI) N. Waldo
16c per ]linear foot Ogllvie: 765-4158 or Jan s-

4661998National WANTED: Used Wringer-WaaA- ley Lake 533-2711. Frank E.

er. Wfll pay cub or take la League. Bkr. 3889873. 8tohg 7-'

1959 Great Lakes House Trailer trade on anything. DAHMER-S: FOR RENT12'
Reasonably Priced Sewing '"-1923. tf-oag trailer outside city '
limits. J. B. White 964-4114. r -- -
Machine Co., WILL BUY: Used Appliances. :tfchgPot

We deliver] Free of Charge in Bradford to Largest elections from which Furniture.tag of Talus.TV's.-Stereos DAHUXB'8.ME3N :any. Rent Apartntent Nicely LET
choose. Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco.: : furnished: sorry no children
County, orders of $150 or more. New Home, & Universal. WANTED Men cottage 1 mils out on highway

l THE FIRST NAME IN This Ad Worth $3.00 On Any parents age over 21. Starting 16 west. 964-5033. 2tp E-It 1

MUTUAL LUMBER BOa SMALL CARS 811 W.Purchase 411' Repair pay 1329 month promotion op. For Sale-Short Mitchell! Bull
University
Ave: 378-1SM tnrtualties sad regular Increases Dozer :work land clearing,
DATSUNGAINESVILLE SEWING In pay. 8 hour day Sdayjreek. and WORK FOR YOUTh
MACHINE pood digging9646431..
5 miles South of Starke on U.S. 301 oiled Cleaned sick!: leave. TaotUoiM. .,
and 2tp t-il
Ph. Starke 961-7490 or Waldo 468-1312 $3.00. Adjusted In yap'home. state retirement. If Interested
Vacuum cleanerrepairs : please apply In person Personnel WILL BABY ett to bom
2nd' Ave. 2nd. St. S. E. also. AH work: guaraat ICsnacer. flunland Training Onisr. Saratoga, Hela hbr. Phone my J647X3. 'Bradford County Telefrapfc.

Gainesville, Florida 4SM433.ZSSSP** Co**ins. Phone teoAt OaJnesvlDe J"Ia." tip


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]Robert Nichols, Jr. JO Ann ;Salter::: ; --
! Morris Julius Aaron Ross ChandlerRandall Edwin Lee Sanders
]Daniel Leamon Norman
Robbie Leroy Addison Rudolph Chism .James Milton Nqrman James Horace Sapp

Mary Elaine! Akridge Edwin Alfonso Clark Emmett Maxie Norton Janet Elaine Sapp

Opal Joyce Allen Theresa Ann Clem HIGH I tl
]Helen[ Kay Norman Richard Lafayette Sapp

Joseph Alston Daisy Belle Coleman 1 1 Michael Lewis Norman Dorothy Gail Saxon

Willie Mae Alston John Cecil Cone HONORS .r 1J J Linda Cherise Nugent David Wayne Savage

Glenda Sue Alvarez James Steven Cox n l Donell Christine Padgett''* George Julian Scott

Gerald Leslie Crawford, Jr.,
i, JoAnn Marie Arnold J JI Larry Padgett Kathleen Elizabeth Scott

'i\\}\ Thomas Robert Arnold Paul Edward Crawford Lucian Keith Patray Jim Hall!} Shuford

I Ronnie Lee Austin James Vernon Crosby ,. Frank Lyle Patterson Vickie Carol Skelton

I Sue Kim Bartlett Ruth CrosbyLenwood II '! Alan Ernest Patz Don Hustis Smith

Annette Elaine Bass Cuffie. Sue Ellen Smith
Katherine Elise Peek
I Jo Ann SalterSalutatorlan Linda Denise Stone II
Clara Louise Batten Sue Marjorie Crosby ValedictorianDorisann Mary Claudette Peterson Sylvia Juarjta Smith

Douglas Wyatt Bennett Betty Lou Davis Vickie Lynn Putnam Rebecca May Snyder

Thomas Emery Blackshear Marcia Kay Davis Albert Williams Ramson Joseph Speed
Roger Glenn Davis \ J **
Robert Blunt Jerry Edward Redding Dorisann Marie Spengler

Dennis Wayne Boatright Julian Edwin Desue Michael Wayne Rhoden Richard Vincent St. John

Malcolm Charles Bradley Rufus Jerome Dixon i' Thomas Gregory Riherd'* Joseph Vernon Starling

Freda Jean Brantley Gregory Augustus Dyal i Y w Glenn Carlyle Ritch Margaret Sue Starling

Karen Elizabeth Breeden Sharon Marie Eddings Y : Alphonso Robinson Hugh Charles Stephens

Michael King Bright Patricia Ann Edwards Audrey Patricia Rosier Linda Denise Stone **

Ophelia. Bright Thomas Mitchell Edwards Robert Edward Rosier Cynthia Elizabeth Strickland

I Kathleen Iris Bristol Carl Thomas Eiland James Freddie Rowe Mary Lee Strong
Charles Ray Evans
Carolyn Brown
Catherine Arlyne Rudolp h iContlnusd! on Next PagelTHERON )
I, Carolyn Yvonne Brown Paul Faber

I Bill Lee Buby Shirley Ann Fayson

Paul Henry Faulkner,II Donell Christine isrr UZ4t
I t Daniel Thomas Callan Marie Spengler Thomas Gregory Padgett
Phillip James Carlton Michael Lee Fogg I Rlb.d.

Christy Chandler Henry Lavern FranklinCongratulations uum . _
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Douglas Hinson Hardy
Melvarean Morris
Clarence J. Mathews
Sylvia Jean Freeman t
I Walter Curtis Harmon
Ricky Dean Frick Mark David Jlilner! Debra Ann Mowry
Clyde William Harris Lee Moxley, III
Linda Anne Futch Janice Allegra Mobley Benjamin
i Timothy Lee Harvey
Earl Wayne Murray
Charles Marion Fuquay Franklin Eugene Mock
Shirley Ann Henderson William Robert Myrick hahp
'....... Ronald Eugene Garver Ruben Arthur Hendrieth Freddie Lee Moody, Jr.
David Nail
John
Willard Cecil Gaskins Doris Ann Moore

Stanley Alex Gay Michael Hewett Linda Yvonne Morgan Rebecca Ann NewhamAnne A. YAWNJUDGE
.Seniors Rhymer Rhuebin Howell Jr.
Karen Denise Gissy Melvin Ralph Morgan : Jane Nichols
Donald Kenneth Jackson
Donna Janel Goodman --------------------------- -------.------------------..-------------
Vivian Elaine Jenkins .
Frederick Lee Graudon *
Debra Jane Johns
CARL HURST Mark William Graudons *
John Douglas Johns
MAYOR Deborah Ann Gray
Rupert Lamar Johnson
Elizabeth Pearl Greene
Sammie J. Johnson
:Marie Green
Glenna Sue Joyner hr.y
r wO Robert Joseph Green
Onnie Raymond Jordan
I \villie Seab Griggs, Jr.
Gloria Jean Justice I
Allen Andrew Griffin
Lucille Kauffman
Betty Jo Griffis
Larry Frank Kelly
Carolyn Griffis
Margaret Teresa Kelley
Cheryl Laverne Griffis
Jerone Sems Kelly all good
Diane Gail Griffis
Dwight Mitchell Kersey
Lucille Griffis
Donna Jean Keys
Kenneth Wayne Groves
Hazel Dean King
Ronald Glenn Gunter
David Joseph Kirkland wishes
P. D. REDDISH Sandra Rosamond Haas
SHERIFF Steve Kirkland
Dennis Kyle Hall
Gloria Elizabeth Knight
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Horace Ronald Knowles (' .
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ALL AMERICA IS PROUD OF Donna Sue Lamb all ,
for \
Mary Lee Lane :
ITS YOUTH. HERE IN OUR '
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David Lee Lasseter

( COMMUNITY WE ARE Sarah Cordelia Lawson

: SPECIALLY PROUD OF Catherine Charlene Lefevers You've made your
Lott, Jr. luck
Charles good mark. We're proudof
OUR EXCEPTIONALLY Paul Foster Lott *
}. you, class of 1970
,,, GIFTED AND ACTIVE Walter Terry Luke
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Michael Edward Lyon \.

SENIOR CLASS.TOEACH Phyllis Annette Lyons tOil!I ,

D4' N1[ MEMBER OF THIS ME- Harvey Wayne McCarthy

RA faORABLE CLASS WE EXTEND Edward McCutchen
TU1. Shirley Ann McDougald (fU PDtID

OUR HEARTIEST WISHES FOR HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS. James Earl McGollie good grads ..............
David Leroy McKnight

Larry Bruce McLeod TRAIL RIDGE HIGHLAND

David Mack, Jr.

Community State Bank of Starke Natalie Susan Manning

STARKE. FLORIDA Tom Marks, Jr.

Debra Jeanne Martin

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Ronald Strong !. c.xercitJetJ '. :- ?A: ;. p

Nancy Lee Struth CLASS OF 1970 : : r;

William James Suggs .;,;,.
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Thomas Rex Talley : Baccalaureate GraduationMONDAY : ;<;' '
James Larry Tanner -- -
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.inmes Gregory Temple r SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1970 JUNE 15, 1970 -: ,:::;h'k:;syM';' ; ,,

Michael Steven Tew : :

Donna Maria Tilley i Processional "Pomp and Circumstance" -------- BHS Band Processional ....._. "Pomp and Circumstance" ____ BHS Band k..,? 1970 ;As

Lauren Freeman Thomas -_ Invocational .........uu__._...___ .----.---- Rev J. C. Brown Invocation __........ -____..._.._..____. -_____ Rev. W. A. Hogan -._
Stephen Allen Thomas : First Chrlsttan Church First Baptist Church : Go forth, ,

Brenda Kaye Tomlinson -: Musical Interlude____. Prayer For Peace" ____ BHS Chorus -: grads, and
Linda Yvonne Tyson : Musical Interlude "Unto thee, 0 Lord" .._____ BHS Chorus _

Mary Sue Underhill! : Welcome Address ______. _..____ ___ _.....____..__ Linda StoneValedictorian Best Hashes make your
-_ Inspirational i Address ..______. .. ____ Rev DeWitt T. Farabee -_ mark
Rhonda Patricia Underhill : First Methodist Church It's your world, now upon
Gene Brian Vanzant 1st Speaker ________________________..___ Thomas L. Casey : Go out ana mane waiting .
a
Superintendent of Schools v Paula Annette Wade : "MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR LIFE") : true.
Thomas Webber : Class Song "Love theme from Romeo and Juliet" BHS Band : ( wo rid.
Gary
J. E. HARDY
: Musical Interlude "Because All Men Are Brothers" Chorus :
Karl Phillip WeissingerJoan -- 2nd Speaker __.._________..___ Attorney General I Earl 1 Faircloth I : AUTO SALES Bradford
"Florida's Educational Needs" _
Elizabeth Whitehead : Benediction _______________________; _____ Rev. J. C Brown : 1320 N. Temple Ave Abstract Co.
Jimmy Joe Wilkinson : 3rd Speaker u._____________________..______.. Ralph Diggs : .

Fred Richard Wimpy .. Recessional ____________ ______________________ BHS BandI Principal -_
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William Ralph Wise i .-

Sherry Louise Woods :- PRESENTATION OF THE SENIOR CLASS, 1970 :. For the Seniors

Travis Carl Wynn .. .. ,
/ Farewell Address __________________________ JoAnn SalterSalutatorian .
Linda Elaine Youngblood : :_ We predict a great future filled with
: good health, good fortune and great
Good LUCK !. Alma Mater ____________________..___ BHS Band and Chorus :- success.

GRADS : Benediction ________..____________. _____ Rev. W. A. Hogan :
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Starke Builders DAY TO REMEMBERGraduation
S. S. NOEGEL
BEST WISHESfor

Supplies Inc. AUTO SALES .
WESTERN AUTO Day! It's a proud
a future I ASSOC" STORE moment for every Senior; a
I culmination of years of work
filled with achievement and happiness. I and study and steadfast purpose.
May you continue to strive with Our thoughts and good wishes
'are--with ttw.Senigrs. at this special
toward chosen
success your goals. l time. With esteemre...---_.__.
spect we wish them a future of
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T BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONTom

301RESTAURANT Casey Superintendent
FL01HA STATE TELEPHONE l CO. GAS DEPARTMENT Kodnoj Hall D. Goodman II. A. I.aw son II. W. Ronnelt Charles Saw.er&eber
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Looking Into the future with Sherry Woods, Glenda Alvarezand
our crystal ball we see the Sen- Kay Norman are still the 3 4 I 1 quay have now taken over been through the 12th grade 10
ior Class of 1970 ten years from Muskateers. Strickland's Landing while Wil- times?
now, 1980. Predictions by Misses Becky Snyder has returned William Graudons Deborah Ann Gray Donna Sue Lamb lie Grlggs Is competing against Henry Franklin In now teach-
Joyce Allen and Jo Ann Salter. from her career In the Air Force. Paul Foster Lott them by running Kingsley Beach. ing speech at good ole BHS. I
Mike Fogg Is still biting the And Clyde Harris is the score think he is the best teacherat
In dust In his Mustang and trying keeper deciding who Is winning. BUS ever--Go Henry.
Charles Lott has gone to - - - - -
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let with John Burch. automatic shift. 1970 seniors who must love BHS, mer tlalne; Youngblood Is still
David Mack has taken the placeof Billy Myrick has Just finished CLASS PROPHECYMargaret because a lot of them are still in merry old England and Is
Whip Chamberlin. his first symphony; its called around. now a personal friend of the
Melvarean Morris has finally Myrick's 5th.Dorisann John Cone was liked so well Queen's.
made up her mind to tie the Spengler has outdone In his portrayal of Mr. Dlggs Ronald Strong and Jimmy Crosby -
with Archie. five computers in the state of In the '69-70 Tornado Whirl, are now noted theologians and
knot Robert Blunt Is now drivingbus Florida and her brain is in great Starling has now become derdale.Louise Batten is the sweet- pumper at Hurst's Service Station Brothers trying to get elec- that he has been asked to replace still constantly bickering.We .
demand all over the world. Dor- a psycologist, but on the side lines he trocuted or Just have fun no him as principal at BHS see that Richard Wimpy
Pleasant Grove. What
from Joann Arnold Is still red- heart of the Florida Highway
happened to Mr. Tyson. Is a smart girl! a Is running a rooming house for matter what.Freddie and Is now as hard to find as :and Gloria Justice have recently
ever head and it. Patrol.
Claudette liking runaway girls. Moody is now the number tied the knot and started their
Feterson Mr.
Patty Rosier Diggs ever was.
Bright has now taken Glenda Alvarez
Micheal and
Norman -
Marie Green found turtle Kay
a Ronnie Austin Is head man at
and Ruth one man In his field -Data
Crosby have started As look the 1980 cur- family.
Mr. Clark's place as assistant still running the Brad- we over
are
and
yesterday started a pet shop. Macclenny State Hospital and
at BHS a singing group and are"Tell- hand- Processing.\ rent enrollment, we see RayJordan's Lamar Johnson, Greg Dyal
ford Hospital single
principal ing it like Julian Scott has a Corvettebocb' County wants everyone to come on over. Groves Edwin Sanders
it Is. Wayne name. He must really Paul Lott and Glenn Davis are
has made
finally receivedthe
Ophelia Bright and it ed while they have Just
James McGollle marry her so Jeanie Brantley has Just won : shop his uses mostlyto help of Edwin Clark. Earl Wayne Murray Is now and the wise old owl himself enjoy those senior priviledges to all working at the Big Ape in
she won't have to wait for her the contest for the girl with James repair Sapp own has Corvette. Cecil Gaskins Is the Mayorof the head man aroundStarke cause Paul Crawford, have outsmarted keep coming back Just to get Jacksonville now. Greg is a disc
caught a pig he Is Police Chief of Starke
"The Darkest Tan". Uncle Sam and the Is that the he'sJ
are them
on ,--or reason
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candy on Alan Patz and and started his own FFA farm. Macclenny, Fla. and promises and all of the sidewalks are in on
loose in Fla.
Tommy Eiland Starke
Ruben Hendrieth has now grown have decided Don Smith has his own fishing that "We Have A Future at 9 p.m. SHARP.
to be great Track Sammy Johnson Is head man
his hair as long as Tiny Tim lake at Sampson Co-op now. Together. Terry Luke has Just receivedan
runners and
In Miami and has his
they still got own
are try-
is singing the blues. Jo Ann Salter liked FSU Mike Lyon has given Uncle
and Ing to be Just that. so award from the President of with Data ProcessIng.
thing going -
Linda Tyson Is now happily Mark Graudons much she decided to stay fora Sam his all and Is making a the United States, Eugene Mock, .
to Bobby Hampton. has won the few and Is still career out of service to his
married nickname of "Redhead" and has more years stating he has been given the Shirley MacDougle is head sec- NICE
Mary Strong Is now an office started his own National Base- busily working and still a fresh- country. But he Is still com- award of the year for keepinghis retary at the St. Johns Jr. Col-
aide at Anderson Jr. High. ball man. plaining about school days forest Clean. Terry was
League with Jimmy Tem- lege where she recently gradua-
Morris Aaron has finally madeup ple, Mike Hewett At St. Johns Jr. College we Debra Johns Is now Mrs. Pat taught how to do this at For-
his mind to be a bachelorand (Hewlett) Tommy and Talley his GTO and, find that In their records the Henry and that Is enough to keep estry School In Lake City. ted.Ronnie Austin, Julian DeSue 0 GOINGYour

leave Betty Lou alone. Greg Rlherd. following people have long since her happy for another 10 years. The minister of Drag Racing and Edwin Clark will be carry-
Joseph Alston Is now making Hugh Stepehns has started his graduated and gone on to be: Becky Newham Is an accountant Dayly has Just married Wayne Ing on with their band "SOUL",
money at Alston's Honda Shop. own track team and has earned Kim Bartlett Is the No. I organ- and making all the money McCarthy to a 1980 Villa Coupenew and let it live. 4 WORLD I
Willie Mae Alston is now the the name of Long Legs ist in the state after majoringin she can while using her credit ( name for Road Runner) Kathy Bristol and Cathy Le-
famed Mahalia Jackson. Steve Kirkland Is still playing music at St. Johns; Cindy cards at night.Elizabeth and they are very happy toge- fevers have started their own OF GOODBe
Ross Chandler Is now one of Innocent Strickland is now residing in the Greene is the head ther.
but we all know that. Country-Western Show and are
with the Harlem Globe- Hall of Fame nurse at Bradford County Hospital GRADUATES
the pros We see that Joyce Allen and Cheerleading where Linda Flitch and Maxie Nor- doing very well with it.
trotters. her husband the calls of spirit and victorycan and still liking It. ton are very happy together and
Lex Johns have been Dwight Kersey has taken over
Daisy Coleman Is now happily married for 10 and havea be heard; Donna Tllley has Carolyn Y. Brown Is now a have their own radio program together Starke Hardware but has addeda
married to Rev. Ronald Dell. years dedicated her life to Date Processing go-go dancer at Dub's.Danny .* now. m
nice Honda
very family Department to It.
by We
Shirley Fayson Is now happily are glad that they are now. and is happy with It; Norman has his own Mike Rhoden Is the proud own- Vicki Putnam Is now Mrs. Jef-
getting
married and has ten children and along happily. Tommy Blackshere Is happy Justto farm on the outskirts of Law- er of All Winn-Dixie stores In fry Jackson and they are still
now on her eleventh one. William be out of college and is mak- toy. He says the berries aren'tdoing
Suggs is still Fla.Donna living in Washington, D.C.
Sally Lawson Johns, has five his theme "Lend singing ing his own major in riding the as good as they were 10 Keys has returned to where they entertain all of those
kids now and is doing her thing. Quarter". song mea streets of Starke while thinking years ago.Buddy BHS as a teacher and wantsa rich people. proud !
about going into the pool hall Hardy has built up Hardy raise in salary. Pat Underhill Is reciting her future
business; Bill Buby has gradu- Salvage and is now the first Linda Stone is now Mrs. Buck French and waiting for Uncle

ated from St. Johns and will wrecker to Every Wreck, but Matthews and lives back in the Sam to release Paul so they can
Congratulations now give Coach Hurse a run for he is going out of business because U.S.A. after living In London, be together. you'veearned will be brighterfor
his money for the job of head Starke doesn't have wrecks England for Uncle Sam. While Danny Callan has Just
coach of BHS; Greg Rlherd Is any more. Elaine Akridge Is playing the returned from the Army, Paul what
r an educated man and has decided Sherry Woods is now Mrs.Em- waiting game waiting for Dan- Faber has decided to make a it! you
Just to be happy with his edu- ory Prevatt and is very happy .ny to graduate. life time career of the Marines.
cation and play baseball. being the wife of a veternarlan.Bill Hobble Addison, David Lasse- David Nail and Charles Fu- do today.
Malcolm Bradley is head surfer ter and Larry Kelly are still
Wise is the head
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Annie Jane Nichols Is singing Waters Is the MAYOR.
PROPHECY with the famous Willie Mae Al At long last Bradford Countyhas ; Jhi Ji"41I"
CLASS
ston. gotten a new County; Agent. /
Robert Nichols is'head workerat None other than Jim Shufordand .I".r.
(From Preceding Page* Nichols Fried Chicken. his lovely wife, Mary Sue "' -rr-fecl ;r
Carolyn Brown Is now runningfor Underhill, who are prominent pprr
Miss Black America. members of Starke.
Jockey and the others sweep lot. Stricklands landing and now allows Glenna Joyner Is now Mrs. Tom Mark is driving a cab for
Theresa Kelley is now an expert alcoholic beverages on the Leaton Morgan and loving It.
David Savage has set a new the Reno Cab Station.
at Key Punch commandinga place, in the place, around the Phyllis Lyons is now marr-
Mathews is now 1970.
he joinedthe Clarence
record for himself- CLASS. Of
fee of$3.000 a punch! place, place. ied with 10 kids who will give WISHESTO
Navy. every mayor of Keystone and has madea VOLUMES OF GOOD
Kay Davis has been training Christy Padgett and Debt Mow- Douglas Johns has decided its her the maturity; vote if she proposal to build a straight
hard for the 1981 Olympics to ry are still tramping the halls his time to live and is cutting ever runs for office. paved road to Pleasant Grove
of BUS as guidance counselorsand doughnuts all over nature trail. 'We see the man behing the
set eight Church.
Starke. Kay Baptist
be held records In last yearl have learned that one Important Mary Lane is still singing Oh man, the Vice-president of the Lenwood Cuffle is now the assistant NICE THE GRADUATES
new work to say when some- Happy Day.Natalie U.S. Is from BUS--Larry Mc- Gar-
Arlene Rudolph finally was a- manager of Halley's
body wants a schedule change-- Manning,has told Fred- Leod. His brain's as active as GOING
back to Miami, unfortunately -
ble to go it's under 60 ft. of NOISonny die her secret and the news Is ever. So far this term he has age.Alphonso Robinson is now taken "
Norman and Charles kept the U.S. out of six world
out---she has braces. Work-
but that doesn't bother the place of his uncle Eli.
water,
Evans have tied for the title wars and has spent over three
Glen Gunter produces more
her how to skin Ing for Charlie Johns.
Bill taught
her--
of Fight King of 1980. While strawberries than he does any- million dollars in his expense Debbie Martin, has stopped
dive
the referee account. Same old Larry!
Richard Sapp was thing else.
and
babysitting for her sisters
Vincent St. John just got him-
Mike Norman has his
of the big fight. Nancy Struth now own's Carps own
hat--It's even better has started her own kindergarden
self a new
Whitehead has just been Strawberry farm In Lawtey. He
and he is still Joanie and is having a sell-out the last for motherless children.
than last years of the and his wife, the former Brenda
named the model year two minutes of every day. Ronnie Garver, has won the
grooving. and Sue Smith was runner-up! Karen Breeden is now more Tomlinson, can be seen out there
Linda Nugent is still having Daytona 500 In his new race car
with certain Marine. Joseph Speed has just earned famous than Picasso but still working every day.Yes,a humanities the"Goober Mobile".
trouble a
the name of "Speedy"--slow teacher we all know still
Don't
waiting for Matt. worry Tennis
for another The Computer wore
who has signed up
hitch with her in mar- down Joe! Karen--.he'll be free from uncle loves him for It. Shoes, Freddie Graudon Is tear- w
two year
Mike Tew has a big garden Sam soon! Jan Mobley has stopped giving Ing those professors up at Flor- $
riage. and is raising all kinds of things Theressa Clem is having to Bridal Showers for other people
Patterson is another ida State University.; While his
Frank
In it. Tell us about It Mike. give up her title as Miss Amer- and is having one herself.Who's child-
great artistic genius whose works wife la at home with three
are selling for outrageous pri Lauren Thomas, has decided ica for a new title--Mrs. Ricky the lucky guy Jan? ren after being married 2 years
that before he scares someone Kathy Scott is another happily
Frick. Now what could Ricky be
in there Frank! and 5 months. IcafI
ces. Hang
know he's married member of 1970
he'll make sure they the
this ?
doing
Dennis Hall has taken up professional year Here on the Santa Fe Jr. Coll-
He is now the Vice- BUS Seniors.
coming.
Paul Faulkner has completedsix I
football and is playingfor Trail find
ege we Polly Wade.
Food Fair. Vickie Skelton Is !In
at hanging
president years at the Starke Acad-
the Great Ones of Starke, Lucille Griffis, Keith fatray.
can't believe he there with six kids and
Steve Thomas of music and can play one on
emy any
of course they are having some Patricia Edwards, Sulvta Smith,
has graduated so he's gone backto instrument at all, but he's beston the way. Her husband loves kids.
trouble as they only have two Kathern Peek, Debbie Gray, and
check his records. Henderson is I
Shirley now happIly -
the
far,Dennis and Christy spoons. Diane Griffis getting educated.
players so
Gene Vanzant has just won the married to Albert Byrd and
Stanley Gay has of course become -
Chandler. Yes, still after 10 years of try-
; Award of the year"Dance Kingat they are residing in Speedville,
Rufus Dixon is the new owner a math major and is inking Ing to get rid of these students
of the Starke Playboy Club whichis Keystone Beach and No. 1 math 18 at good ole' BUS. Florida. they remain at Santa Fe. Could
doing almost as good a busi- Satan Angel. He's still with Mr. Karow and Betlye Dolly is now head of this be because these fine young A .#!50 jV
ness as Bobby's Hide-away!Bet- Larry Tanner has married still passing with flying colors. Kelly Nlte Limits. He won't sell people do more than study for 1- T7TT
Donna Leach and they are hav- Keep up the good work Stan! as many Kleenex as he thcf ht 1
this is the
it college..yes
watch Buddy answer.
ter Tom Edwards had another prize ing little Tan-ners. Karen Glssy has had so much he would because it is so Ralph Morgan, is now Col. I to all of yeti. 7 SAVINGS ....LOAN ASSOCIATION ;.|

winning bull this year. It wasa Betty Griffis, Carolyn Griffis fun picking up absentees in the Hazel King is still try! Ralph Morgan In the National ... o&&... .. _
real giant weighing twenty; and Alan Griffls, have made a past, that she has now decidedto be Miss America. Guard. "The Hous.of SoWngi"Congratulations- -._..-_-_. -
pounds which is pretty; good con- singing group called! none other make it a full time activity; Edward McCutchen is now nix He also has a fine bunchof
sidering that Bulls are obsoletein than the Griffis's.Benjy and is now working in the main nlng a business in Lincoln CI racing horses of which he and Wells Appliances
1980. Moxley has taken overCGWaQOXLOn6 office of the new multi-million for all who need soul care includ- his wife are very proud of. ServiceM.
dollar complex still called BIIS. ing arthristis. Linda Morgan, Is the proud Sales and
I I Janel! Goodman still has trou- James McGollie has now start- mother of 2 children and her husband ,
ble making up her ming, but ed a town called Loneville and Mr. James Spaniard Watersis C. (Bubba) Wells
George won and she decided not lie has a sign saying "All girls a happy father. We leave this Owner
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