Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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''',' .! r Discuss : : $400,000 In New

Senior Glenda Joyner's tassel is put in place by Usher Denise Winkler

Sampson DrainageA State School Funds

10 a.m. Tuesday, June 23, ,
meeting with Georgia Southern

Hallway System official, JackE. Due For Bradford
DeValle, Is set to discuss the
drainage problem at Sampson

Canal.DeValle is the chief engineerof A $400,000-plus shot in
bridges for the Georgia Sou-
them railway system he will Compromise A cceptedBy the arm will be given [

I / discuss with the County Com- Bradford schools next year I
mission the drainage problem at Gib Brown with $300,000 in new state

SR-235 where Sampson Lake Telephone Company education fundsplus avail-lA
drains under the highway and under ... ...
V 01 'lUUUUU usea m
Southern's railroad via three Will Run ability
ate_ culverts. compromise offer of$3 per in the 1,200 city telephone poles 1969-70 to make up a bud

The canal drains three lakes, pole has been accepted by the the phone company has lines get deficit.An .

Rowell, Crosby, and Sampson, For ClerkGilbert Florida State Telephone Co. in attached to.
into which Alligator Creek flows. its negotiations with the Starke The council refused to accept additional $55,000 will become -
Council. that offer asking that the phone available to the county
City ,
,.. That creek drains an entire
....... watershed which begins at Trail S. (Gib) Brown, 53- Florida State will drop with company agree to the compromise schools in benefits from addi- I
year-old Starke businessman, pole rental. Robert W. Ingle tional costs the state has pickedup
---.1 Ridge and runs eastward. Sampson its August 1 billing the
r. Canal drains Into the Santa announced yesterday that he will cents month seven It president of Florida State Supt. Tom Casey told mem-
per surcharge
Fe River that drains into the be a candidate for Clerk of the Telephone, a subsidiary of the bers of the Bradford Education
placed on city subscribers in
Emotions were mixed as!! seniors received their diplomas :Monday Suwannee River, and Suwanneeinto Circuit Court to fill the unex- June to pay for the city's pole Continental System, promised to Association Tuesday. The super-

night some laughed! some were serious, some eye!!! were reddened the Gulf of Mexico.In pired term of the late CharlesA. rental for last November and have an answer by Tuesday.Williams intendent was highly complimentary

from teats shed or held, and all were in a hurry. 1968 floodwaters backed up. Darby. December."We brought that answer to the Education of members Subcommittee of the in K-12 the
after 16 inches of rain fell in council.
appreciate this Council
announcing his candidacyMr. 1970 state legislature who he
The council agreed Tuesdayto
less than a week, and Alligator Brown said, "I was born Chairman Jimmy McRae told
AT said have become expertsin
COMMENCEMENT bill its 1970 pole charges at
Creek overflowed into Gerald
many In Bradford County, graduatedfrom Williams, manager of the school financing.
houses in Starke and on Crosby Starke office $3, making the compromise retroactive -
Bradford High School, and Florida State to January. Williams From the added funds, Casey
Lake and Sampson Lake. Con- have lived here all my life. Telephone. On a motion by Coun-
told the teachers he will recommend -
tinued heavy rains in the past For the past 18 years I have cilman P.T. NoUn, the council said the phone company couldn'tremove to the School Board
Confidence Held two years have kept the water owned and operated a service voted to have the city clerk the surcharge in July
because those bills next TuesdayAn :
are already
level high and the lakes beyond write the
station at the corner of North phone company a let- 8 per cent across-the-
their "normal" bounds. Temple Avenue (U.S. 301)) and ter of appreciation. prepared.
board Increase for teachers
Indications were last week that pay
There has been much discus- Pratt Street in Starke. "They have been considerate about$180,000.Employment .
the Council was prepared to takea totaling
sion In the county over whetherthe "If elected, I promise to con- In a lot of ways," Nolin commented hard line toward the surcharge of four or five

In Young People three railroad culverts,which duct your office with courtesyand A if the phone company didn't remove guidance couselors to work in
efficiency and for the best ago Florida State
are at a higher level than the it. and agree to the $3 elementary schools.
interest of the good people of Telephone refused the city:
culvert under SR-235 are not pole rental. But Williams announcement -Purchase of half dozen bus-
holding up the water level.Others BradfordL County.; I,,,would not promise, down $1.50 from the this week has apparently es to bolster the school's deteriorating -
Great confidence in today's Supt. Tom Casey in a brief in unity and determination, that say lowering the railroad cul- be a candidate If Mrs.: Virginia $4.50 last. the council voted to charge restored amicable relations transportation sys-

young people was expressed by address said he believes "our we might see a better world attained October. FST offered instead between the city and the
General Earl Falrclothas (Continued Four) (Continued .an Page Four) to purchase half interest tem.Pay
Attorney schools have once again gottento in our own time. She on Page phone company. raises for teacher aides
he spoke Monday night to be community schools." lie delivered the welcoming address. td *.II_ u."UII_....__ __u__, the, C ounCil._ and o. non_-instructional pe r_- l
2,000 Bradford Countians gath- noted that with all the problemsof Salutatorian Jo Ann Salter gave ''' '': -Approved expenditure of$10- sonnel.A; ,

ered for commencement exercises Integration that disrupted some the farewell address. } ; .j 7AUTff"ORIl 000 to repair two power plant $50,000 contingency fund
of the Class of 1970. The Invocation and benedictionwere much than the
school systems, Bradford County !f._, Four) a figure higher
Continued on Page
The graduates, numbering 225, came through smoothly. given by Rev. Bob Burch, :!fl- ( school board has worked with I

were told that today "more than "Our mothers and dads came pastor of the First Presbyterian ::""\I""!! ... ", for many years.

ever we need an informed citi- through, our kids came through." Church. \ .>" \,' In new state funds the county t

zenry" Today's American citizen : lie also pointed to new education Mary Sue Underhill acted as ,':', ..'I.;1:>"< .. ".', County AskedTo will net about $300,000 In 1970- I
to insure his continued funds which will extend new opportunities master of ceremonies for her AIL .j} 71 from two sources.

freedom and life In a Democracy to adult students."I classmates.The ( i .. Settle Biggest increase, about$200-
should particularly inform BUS band provided music .,..'' .'" 000, will come from changes in
himself about government, congratulate this particular for the occasion. .,, .,'. ".' the Index of tax paying ability
Falrcloth said. senior class as an outstandinggroup After the exercises the seniors .," ". u Road DisputeA formula of the Minimum Foun-

In a world wide community of ," the superintendent said. attended a dance in the new ., dation Program. Next year the

1,000, there would be 60 Amer- Principal Ralph Diggs extortedhis Armory for them and their Graham area resident who state will provide $1,100 more

icans, Faircloth told the seniors. second group of graduating guests.It said he is being harrassed about funds per teacher unit to each

But they would have half the seniors at BUS to be strong, was the largest graduating the closing of a road to his home county, but will take from that
wealth, a life expectancy of 70 give the nation solid and mighty class in the history of BUS, yet ; I Monday asked the County Com- amount an additional mill of ad

years, and most of the military leaders, and "have truth, hon- the commencement exerciseswere mission to settle the situation.R.G. valorem taxes. In the current

power in that small section.He esty, and Justice as part of your completed In 38 minutes. Griffis stated the coun- budget year Just ending, the state
pointed out this has been lives." Plans for the ceremonies were I 1 ty is planning to close a graded puts up $1,050 per teacher unit,
achieved as Thomas Jefferson Valedictorian Linda Stone headed by Miss Julie Temples road that runs off SB-18 to his In MFP funds less three mills
stated In the Bill of Rights with urged that parents and students BUS English Instructor and sen- house. Commission Chairman of ad valorem taxes.In .

dl. .a government by consnt "pray together, work together, ior sponsor. Zedra Hamilton denied telling 70-71 that amount will Increase -
of the governed." j3k.' 44 / Griffis the road would be closed. to a total of $2,150 per
"Having reached this mile- + ? teacher unit less four mills.
stone in life," the attorney gen- Sanitation Measure va A somewhat heated discussiontook The county will receive a total
eral said "I would hope this place between the chairmanand of about $235,000 in new

educational process has Just be- Criffls, who repeatedly said MFP funds less $45,000 or one
m ( ytlIJ Hamilton told him over the tele- mill of MFP
y taxes, for a net
gun."I have never had more con- Still Being StudiedStill phone the road would be closed. increase of $190,000 in 1970-
fidence in the future of America The chairman said he had triedto

than tonight when I see these discuss the problem over the 71.Statewide effect of the MFP
young people," Faircloth con- under study by local poul- dlnance as it has been preparedby phone but had not said road change will be to put more mon-
cluded. try and cattlemen is the county's Attorney Theron Yawn, the would be closed. Both men stat- ey in counties with a weak tax

proposed sanitation ordinance. poultryman said, and asked If ed they would argue no more base, such as Bradford while
that the time to about the problem.The .
was proper
Arthur Gasklns, president of not benefiting a tax rich coun-
the North Florida Poultry Pro- bring the matter up. chairman told Griffis the ty as much. In other words,
ducer's Association, appeared Chairman Zedra Hamilton Lawton Chiles Does Ills Thing matter will be settled with a the more a mill of taxes is
(ZtoVun drier Monday the mid-month meeting asked Gaskins to make the chan- public hearing with both parties worth, the less new state mon-
and bring the completed ordinance present. No plans were made
ges will receive
ey a county
of the County Commission. Sev- per
r eral changes and additions needto to the board's July 6 TO HOOF 1,000 MILES Monday for a hearing, however.As teacher unit.
meeting.The explained by other board
be made in the proposed The MFP change goes further
ordinance should also be members who did not take partin
than 7071. Each year through
..I examined by the Cattleman's the argument Monday, Griffis 1974 it adds an additional $1,100
Association, said CommissionerBuck believes the road to his home
per teacher unit in MFP funds
Gibson Suit Norman since It has pro- Walking Senator Aims will be closed or blocked off at less an additional mill of taxes.
control sanitation of of Graham
visions to the request poultry Thus In 1974, four years from
Hamilton agreed and farmer "Doctor" Campanella.
feed lots.
each will be
For now, county receiving -
asked Gasklns to give the pro- According to the explanation
$5,450 in new MFP funds
posal to County Agent George given Monday, the road presently -
At U.S. HouseThe less seven mills in taxes.In .
TriedA Upper
Be to Curtis Mar-
Huggins to give runs close to Campanell'schicken four years that means Brad-
SummerPlayground lowe, president of the Cattlemen's house lIe wants the ford
County will be receiving
... .
civil suit for damages In Association.If & about $1 million in MFP funds,
excess of $100,000, brought by the proposal is approved by Walking Senator. Lawton chures. Chiles, a young looking 44, i Continued on Page Four I a new Increase from 1970 of

L.H.! Gibson of Starke, againstthe the Commission at the July 6 Chiles, D-Lakeland, passed It's more than a gimmick, the styles himself a progressive conservative $700,000.A .

Seaboard Coast Line Railroad meeting, the so-called "fly" through Bradford County this seantor says. "When I completethis lIe thinks government second source of new state
ProgramOpens is set for trial when the ordinance will be advertised for Tuesday on his quest for a United walk I'll have gutknowledgeof should be brought back home to H. A. LawsonTo funds will benefit Bradford next
spring term of Circuit Court 15 days. At the end of that timea States senate seat. this state that no other can- the people. Florida's 1969 home year to the tune of $107,000.

Monday reconvenes here at 9 a.m. Mon- public hearing is required.Then Chiles is in the process of covering didate for any office can possi- rule law he terms "one of the Run For That is State School Supt. Floyd
If the Board approves the pro- over 1,000 miles of the bly have." best things that has happenedto Christian's ad valorem equalization -
June 22at day.The posal, final action could be He to end In Key our state."
suit arose from an August State of Floridaall by foot. plans up measure which will also
6 1968 accidentIn taken and the measure would Largo about three weeks before School BoardSchool Increased
grade crossing He actually walks from town give benefits to coun-
Starke In which Gibson' become the county's second ordinance to town getting to know the peo- the Sept. 8 primary election, Too much bureaucracy in ties with weak tax bases. Underit

Pratt St. Center daughter, Gloria G. Gibson, was adopted under Its new ple. Starting at Century Fla. then carry on his campaign in Washington D.C. with too few Board Chairman II.A. a couty will be funded the
fatally injured. home rule powers. before the Legislature Chiles a more conventional manner people and big agencies far removed Lawson, correcting a statement difference in what it spends per
Also in the offing Is a county His aim the walk is to get from the people make most
his attorneys S. walked 224 miles to Tallahasseeand printed in The Telegraph's June pupil in average dally attendanceeach
Tiny Tot Thompson Tygart Jr., of Jack- zoning ordinance which is expected now is on the long second people to recognize his name. of the decisions, is the way 11 Issue, has stated he will bea year and what the state
RegistrationFriday sonville to be ready to be acted In 1959 when first elected to the Chiles says he sees things.
and Shaw and Sanders, leg of the trip. candidate for re-election to average is. A county spending
June 19 of Starke, Gibson alleges the upon by the County Commission He lives in a camper which Florida (House, Chiles and his "U I have one quest. Now his education post this September. less than the state average, will
accident was caused by negligentand sometime In July, If the Zoning him his walk wife Rhea, conducted a door- I think it's to get some of this benefit from the Christian pro-
9 Noon accompanies on "
a.m. -
Committee its three back to the
completes to-door and beat a government people.
careless operation of the but trouble with the gas gen- Lawson said last Friday the posal. A county spending more
of work. The two In his for the U.S.
The walk is sen-
railroad. years pro- has causedthe favored opponent. quest Telegraph's statement that he would receive no funds from it,
c--.cw: will vie for the second erating system ate seat of retiring Sen. Spes-
posals his of extending that strategy -
Nineteen way but
criminal will
cases are walking senator to take to indicated he would not run Is no county; lose money.
set for trial spot on the county's new ordinance to the state level. He hopesit sard Holland, the Lakeland politician -
Wednesday, June incorrect. The chairman, a 20-
motels at night. came to
24, with Circuit Judge John J. list. The first county will overcome a poll showing is one of six seeking the veteran of the school board, Requirements to get the new
Starke down SR-100 from Lake year
(! the Brad- Democratic nomination.The field tax equalization funds Include
ordinance recognized
je) ommunirt Crews presiding. that only 12 per cent of the peo- said he made the statement he
Charges Involved include ford Volunteer Fire Departmentand Butler. He arrived here about ple In the state recognize his is headed by former Coy Farris stipulations that a county; school t
would not If his health was
: escape run
11 a.m. Tuesday, spent day must be
authorized the Commissionto name. Bryant and Rep.Fred Schultz, system levying the maximum
te,3anb prison, breaking and financial aid to polliticklng, then headed southto 1970 Speaker of the House. It bad.But allowed of 10 mills in ad
entering give any organized Another reason for the walkis
forgery sale of drugs, Gainesville and Waldo Wed- Lawson said he recentlyhad valorem and
fire department In the also Includes Bob Haverfleld asess-
possession of that Chiles feels "it is ridiculous ,
.r-.... moonshine, grand nesday morning. He Introduced D Joel a physical check-up and has ments of property; must be at
h larceny, county for a man to have to state senator; P. Daves,
..--.. aggravated assault, and himself to everyone he saw here been pronounced in excellent
----- carrying concealed weapons. (Continued on Page Four) Tuesday and handed out bro- spend $1 million to get electedto (Continued on Page Four) health. (Continued -on Page Four)
the United States Senate.


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". ., :z ,Mr, and Mrs Donald Bagwell HonoredOn Napier-Crawford Kitchen Shower SHower Given

25th Wedding AnniversaryMr Wedding Told Fqr Miss Haddock. For Debra. Johns.

and' Mrs.: Donald F. Bag Mrs. s..w. Ralston, mother and T ;Mrs.\ Mary Lee Crawford, of Bnae-elect Brf de-elect:
well celebrated their 23th wedding stepfather of Mr. Bagwell Lawtey and Donald Kapler, of
anniversary Saturday nlghtv On the guest /book table a the IUA Navy, formerly: of Hlgtl Miss PftyOla Haddock* bride- Miss Debra Johns,brideelectof
: June ,A. when their children Mr. beautiful anfversary candle Springs: were united: in ma1't'fall81aJ elect of June ::0.., was /honored!at. July IT. was complimented at
And Mrs Donald B. Bagwell and burned throughout the reception. Friday night at the home of a kitchen shower Wednesday: night a, bridal shower and luncheon-
Mr, and Mrs.Johnny p'.Johrl8nn. Mrs. Raymond Jones of r b'r Rev. Albert knight. pastor 1 of of fast week at the home of Mrs. Saturday:: given by Mrs. L C. 1
gave a reception for them In die! vtlle. Evergreen: Baptist Church who> George: ? HIIIi3f IJ. Bostvasev with,, Adams at her !dome on Bedford
GHady Meaty: n.... 54-70 IA Pine Baptist Church recreation pertbrmed1 (tie: ceremony In? die Mrs. Hiuolna, were Mrs. Joe Lake.: :
hall Mrs. Charles Schmltt penned presence of Mrs.KnightandMrs.Daisy : Mn. Don Hardenbrouk.and Mrs. Adam served snacks
'Tn.iitT Editor The cake table held: a beautiful ( coffee! and Mrs. Robbie Shaper Starting the bride's Mrs. Charles C.Jotma. while !the: !honoree opened her'
t <<; three-tiered cake tapped with presided at the: punch bowl. Mn. mother. Arrangements of summer gifts! after which a boflet
miniature wedding bells and red Bentnn Furor! cut the. cake and Followingthe ceremony a reception flowerswere used: in the pasty: luncheon was served! to the IS

.. -.iJt-,. -,. .- roaes. On either side were silver Mrs. U>f. Gaines assisted In was held:! at the home of mom. The refreshment motewo* guests. The l buGet table was
IIIr candelabra holding epergnettesof serving fri Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Starling- covered!: with a* lace cloth and covered!: with a !blue: linen! ekxh
Gloria Harrell Parties GivenFor miniature red and white roses Miss Sheryt Ward opened the. Those attendingwer: Mrs. held a centerpiece-of paatef summer and centered with arrangement
white linen table cloths over gifts which, were' displayed on a George Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Cowers. of hydrangeas la shades of btoe.
ComplimentedAt Miss Putnam. white satin table sldrta were table centered! with a spiral candelabra James Hlgjinbothanr and Emily: Games were played! By the 2ff: The guests Included Mrs.
used on each table andre holding burning red tapers Mr and Mrs. Harold Higzinbotham. guests and prizes awarded.The Jerome Johns mother of tbe-
Two Parties Bride-elect draped with garlands at smilax.] and an arrangement of white .. Misses: Peggi and hostesses presented the honoree, and Mrs JtC Howard
;Mrs.\ J.W. Kincaid greeted stnck and red roses. d- Wanda; Crawford of Lawfley and honoree with a cot glass! salad: Sr. of Lake Butler and Mn.
guests at die door and Introduced The children gave their parents Mrs. Warren Bush bowl with servers as a tnementO' Charley C.Johns, grancinotfiers
MU. Gloria Rarrell of Moultrte. :;Miss\ v lid Putnam whose marriage I t.ewisJaclcsortEngagement of Auate ,G&.
?, (Xn whose! marriage fry to Jeffrey Jackson will],: them in the receiving line com ;a four-piece silver coffee service of the occasion of the honoree.
Dosed of the honored as a memento of (he occasion. Assisting- la serving! were MZss
Harry HaAjhsr illwifbeanevente be ut event of Friday June 19, couple./ Mr. Told Methodist Ladies
23 and Mrs. D.B. Bagwell; Mr", and Sandra Hoggins and Vrs. Ee- Shower Given
Aug. : wag honored with two at 3 p. n. In die First Presby
parties: ovr the w ek nd. tartan Church was honored at. Mrs. J.&. Johnson( and Mr. and 73 guests enjoyed !the a air. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E'. Lewis Bible Claaa wayne McHae For Allen
The PerJut Room at die CardanRefttaurant a miscellaneous shower Tuesday announce die engagement and Joyce
amt the setting for night June 3; In die Masonic Baptist Seniors Methodist Grads approachingmarrtags of their Honors TeacherThe Wi Teyar Guild

a dinner!" party given [In MSssHarreir Hall. Hostesses were ;M\ ". daugtiter. Wanda LInette. to YM3.Vferrln Had Dinner MeetThe ICe* Jonas ASeft. brSde-
hflwvr last FridayniQht E.W.Hayes. Mrs. R.C. Bufortt Feted at Dinner Enjoy LuncheonThe Harold Tachson, son: of Ladles Bible Claaa of die feet of July 4. erase compli
by Mrs. Or Otnkins% Mrs Don Mr- D.B. Harley ;Miss\ Dorothy Mr and Mrs. Gerald Jackson; First mind Methodist Church Westeyin: Service: Guild of teemed at a bridal hewer'
Net I, Mra. f Charles Darby and ,\1"1'". Mrs.Jack Edwards, The First Baptist Church ,gave WSCS of the First Cnfted of Hampton, (own. ;gave a farewell lunchenun Sat- the First Dotted Mmhixdat last Thursday niche given by
Mrs. Qiarias/ Franrt: Mrs. Ned SJngJetary. Mrs. Louise a dinner party Saturday: I nightat Methodist: Church honored (he Mlja Lewis Is a ma! graduateof arciay at the Holiday Inn for their Church: held a dutch treat dinner Mn.: ttOey Sweat. Mr. Larry
The dinlrtcr !doles v!'!re arranged Harden, Mrs. Dolly Pace, die Garden Restaurant honor' Methodist BH3 graduates at a Bradford Hign School and will teacher Robert Stover.Mrs. at the Garden Restaurant: Tuesday : COfeal and Mrs WBII Orem
In a r wr3 tvith die earner Mrs Evelyn: Raney and Mrs. !bur their BBS graduates: luncheon Sunday following the receive her XA. degree from Walla Upaey, who had evening !last: weak table holcStrii( An 'rrnngement. \ of Jri.. Gentry. A pink: and blue hydrangea' centerpiece morning service. Santa W* Junior College this charge of arrangamentspresen. year end meetingMn.. Ramp M '!the: borne: of t2Jat&er.. .
,.., white and blue canations Mrs." was used at the head ted Mr. and Mrs. Seaver.Mr. Te M guest attending errJbred
s. Hayes ;greeted ,guests at The luncheon, was held at die \. Johns and Mrs.. Charles C.Johns
and baby Oreath.: Bridal place die door, and standing in the table and place cards marked Charles! Sawyer home,. where Mr. Jackson Is a IMft! graduate Stover made a farewell: menage were hostesses.The cames with pries kir
earrts marked tie: seating ar- receiving) line were the honor; the seating amusement for tie( the: table was centered with., an of AIlljon-BrUtnw High Schcxit tk> the class and gave the Invoca M members wereseated tut 'me party hairs 7:30::. end
nngeniAnt for die 12 tfwita, who her mother', Mrs. JJ. Putnam; 12 graduates and five adults. arrangement of spring Dowers AUJaoiv Iowa, and Is serving tion.: At the conclusion of the at a tong table centered wttti an 5 bk. Tbeafete nt..1Im4'n&I '
Included Md. tames Haroll' Mrs. Blake Jackson) mother\ of Each graduate. was: presentedwith topped with a diploma tied! with the UjS Navy, now completing: luncheon Mrs. LIpsay presented arrangement of pink and blue I -wa covered 'with 'W'hJt.ot' .
mother!" of ISle honor, and Miss the brtdegroom-elect and !tie die look 'Tn His Steps,"' ribbon. A Susie Smartdoil dress- his second tour of duty In the Rev. DeWln' I'anbeewho.ptke hydrangeas fa a silver !) lace cloths and centered, 'with
Mona Hari,-ll, her sister, Mrs bridal attendants. Miss Janice at die Sunday morning- service" at: ed In a cap and gown graced aside Gulf of Tonkin on die airenft: In behalf of the class In thanking! ; Following dinner Mrs Can eryital punch bowl nclr<
R.M. Hatcher; / Jr. mother of tie Monte?. Miss Pat: Cnriertiill! and the church. !table. carrier CSS; Coral Sea. Mr. glover for his mapiratfonai Hardenbrock president'. conducted tiedwith eununer fkr*".re.
brtdegroonle't>, and Mrs. R. ;Mrs.\ Sylvia KlrMand. The graduates Included Cindy The wedding will be an event service rendered during his stay me meeting when programs Tie. hostesses presented>
M. Hatrtmr Sy, The rafreshmenttablewasto' ,' foyner-M organ Strickland. Nancy Strum, Marl of Friday Aug. 7, at 3 p.m. In inStarhe. and goals for tile conning yearwere >Cas AOen watt a metetunl
The hnateaae9" presented Miss Bred with a Hallmark: shower Green Allan Pat: and Vincent the First Baptist Church of Mr and Mrs.Stover win leave adopted. IWeht bed set *. a nsmem-
Rarrell wtai! a corsage and the: cloth and centered with an arrangement Wedding July'I1 1 St. John. Also> Included at the Starhe.: All friends and relatives the last of June for Texas wherethey i fists of tfceVoodborn nou4tn.
sugar and creamer" set to t her of spring flowers luncheon were Mrs. Jack Eaves. are matted to attend. win make their home.
chosen chtna pafflern ,as % memento The hostesses presented! Ole Miss Glenna Sue Joyner and president of die 'WSCS and Rev. Mrs. Foster' Set Smith was: In Mr and Mrs. Brian HanrlL- N'.L. win fly to Ot-
Of fil* nr.aeirn.Mn. itoree with a place seeing: In Leattxi tnlon; Morgan 111: have and Mrs. D wttx Farmbee Mr and Mrs. Sam Parker and charge of the table arrangement ton were on a fishing trip off eunwa. la. Saturday to get Mn.
; Mrs. .*r chosen china pattern as a set: their wedding date for Saturday Each graduate was: presentedwith sons of Atlanta: were last Friday SpringCowers centered the Fort Myers the first at the week: Woodbura. who has been confined
Cl/j .uti.utr\ and
memento at the occasfon July 11, at & pun. In the a book of contemporary visitors of Mr and Mrs.Kenneth speaker's table and' a garland of They are visiting- Mr. :and Mrs. In the Ottnnrwa Hospital
S.G. Denmark: entertained at aCMa Pottgiiests: were Invited meat Madison Street Baptist Church, prayers as a memo of the oc- Crider ivy and rose ran the length of W.H. Thomson in: :MonHceilo lie! tor five weeks following a heart
<:41a of
"part" "t the home : between the !hours 3 and with reception following In the casion.! the U-shaped (table. latter part of the week. aaack.OP'E'N .
flie former Svwtoy: morning for p.m. church annex
Miss Harr"ll. No- !local Invitations are being
Arrangenv/ of pink and blue sent. All friends and relativesare Phyllis Haddock
hydrangftaa! were used In the living Mrs: James F. Putnam gave Invited. t to attend. III
room far due: atcasion.Mrs. A bridesmaids luncheon Wednesday James Tally All Day Wednesday
Dttunartf ;ipreeiiecr guesta of last: week at her honeon Mrs. Will Edwards To Wed Saturday ;
at the doer* and standing In :lie U.s. Ml North.A -Sanday Afternoon
reetvlr.g. I lute> were !the honor,, white linen cloth covered Presents: PupilsMrs. Miss Phyllis Dean Haddock:and
her m..thflMr1.. J.M. fTarrell the luncheon table and white. James Bailey Talley. HI will be
and Mrs. H.\\(. Hatcher Jr. eanifie: In sifter candelabra Will Edwards presentedher united In marriage Saturday June 311tHS
The refreshment. table 'waj formed true centerpiece. Place pupils In a piano recital 21) at S o'clock In the evening.
covered with a wM.ie, linn cutwork carts marked the. seating arrar.cfsment Sunday afternoon In the fellowship The ceremony win be performed
eloth ant eanfe.f. with an ( for the five guests. hall Jt the First BaptistChurch. : by the Rev. DeWltt Farabee
arrar em n' '.( ink \rA\ blue
: ; Arrangements of spring flowers at the First L'nlted: Methodist
earnafjns: and: mums Mrs. were used In Ole living room. Those taking part on the program ChurchAll S1GES
Charles TXrty prodded at ire The honoree presented personal < were Pam' and Beth Chap relatives and friends are
punch bonrt All the appointment gifts to her attendants during man. Eollne Green,Ellen George; cordially Invited to attend the:
on the table, were crystal Astlsttng the luncheon.B Jimmy Ptevatt. Cindy: fry..Ivy{ wedding and reception Immediately -
,1'VIrJr" were Misses Andres, TIa and LandaThomum.Arnie fotlawtng In Fellowship .
Evelyn Sln( sjair, (Anther( \ Baldwin Starting Debby and Cindy
Hall the
at Church.
and Jayne fl rlt'l.'I'M Miss Ginger Baldwin has as- Mitchell Beth Davis. Cayle Hat- .
Accuses s prevented tte tnmtxi!: the position as secretary
eher. Jan Searle and SooJa Biggs
"honore" wlzh ft* butter dish In at the first tufted Methodist Refreshments. were served at :Marry\ McRae of FSU u /home
her etoen\ eMM pattern and a Church for the\ summer. the close of the program. for the summer
eoriaga In remembrance of !tie
..;;unit: dot. 40/ guesta: ealllng
bet e 41'\ tJ.n:: hnnrs. II and 12 MENS PERMANENT PRESS
o'clock were. Mr,. ft! M. Hateher FOR DAD t j
Sr,. .il1'tr.dly..fJ': > '.t the brlde-
grriom-eleet art *f!"t MenaOar-\ I NEW

nt1. sister of the. brl -.Ieet. DEEP TONES DRESS SHIRTS

Debra Johns Thur, Fri., Sat. 1 $

Is Honor Luncheon GuestAt Sun. Only w-aY k 441our reg. $2"him i i

him the new fashion !took deep

Miss I of Jury 17, iras eompllmetited at regular screed collar. Buy several at
a lantern: Friday at the forden b this sale price. U'-i 17
Restaurant Oven; "hy Mrs. O.L. 6-PC. STEREO T
fUyne Jr., Wrs. (oho Torr/le S3W
Reg. ,,,,,,, SALE $3.44
Mrs "J 4v>x*>I ter and Mrs. MUSIC CENTER
P.O. Fek> 4
The U-shaped, dialog 1 table was
centered with an arrangement\ of 5 88
white bridal flowers and place h ) $200 129
curds marked the\ seating arrangement -
/or the 31) zue sU. valve NEW LONG POINT

The tines. presented with
Ii portable mixer from her hostesses SPORT SHIRTS
as memento of theo AM-FVt stereo multiplex, ) radio e- ,

:caalun. Pair matched

Stork Shower \ : stereo tape player yC .. $ ; -::a. our reg. $322

e 4ed turntable with cover J
For ,Mrs. Norman : $399
,1 Stereophonic headphone set s .

Mr. O 1'.I. 4tarman" 1IJ .Mw Latest fashion collar in solids, stripes

botvorM!> at ftMrs. ayxk' .ht7we1" /r' --e l+tA and plaids./ Permanent press poly-cot.:
J feat Pr1rwi tlltht; ct1ven bi Bfack Decker 8553DRILL c''c
ton S-XL.!
RUI'.k.n ila.! : MoIIt-. Dar O lens i Jr/r_ end Mr. (}tTdaIiltmet ral etiueii Kardi* b-fl. tagf+ ,
s.t ate horse of t.M POWER arm f moo or.Nity afpwpn PERMA PRESS

.n>!S Tttb trrns a1'e" '" enJoTld TOOLS Ei W as. sra iqM. turd Mmaqijlw $12'9
$ b7 tM :n rjeqt+ d1T.nr Cuts in my ryp ROBES DRESS SLACKS
!the pert ho rs. There w.J errr ftf NNHal, I S.
.* r'!fr #hov\!nteentere4 IEi. vac. saw. U1S3

"IUI" > Ii eat 11a.* our
50 FOOT reg.
punch Bret !ndre>A w'Ah day POLAROID $444 4 $500
1ISeI Maws Janet prealded 1 at GARDEN "* h S5"
the punch tr/1. HOSE COLOR 9.. Jd" G ,, ;!

The JlI)4IAI!MMIirlSh pr.vrd.4 thII PAK II our reg. 54"tl --
,, ,. .r Waist won't roll down stays up neat
pontes ft M t nt M t
94 t AI MT. a gr... gift. and trim with Ban-roll feature.. Perma-
lfisefentn lJt theBirthday reaalrlm: Yo ar 'ro..+d wv.,.. in I
press Tn-lobal; blend of Dacroo-Avnl.
GE CLOCK RADIO ct""c.ofpr'.s-u
11 ..1 29.38.PAJAMAS .
Party .1'I
uses 129 M LIST

For Lisa Moody PISTOL .....4 .t..e. $1297 i $2488 "o color printin
..Ir. to .....c -.....
Lime Liu MwxJy: celebratedher HOSE
first MrtMay Sunday afternoon NOZZLE '

when Mr parents, Mr. and 24"PORTABLE 39' $344
Mrs. Mark Moody, gave party
for her and H ycMngsters.Refre 94 1 1
hanftU were served B.B.Q SeIec1.0' ...__
*1.v valu
from a table covered with a pr... in solid erfancy /
Happy Birthday cloth and centered GRUEN-ELGIN $ 97 print S..**
with a cake with decorations 4 A-0. e
earrylng out a toy t) Mrs. M'' / ll'Ua9&lstAodtJyher PATIO 6.99 value
mother, Mrs, Jt.A. Colaon.; TABLE 172tM Jewel $19 88
i val... 24 MOOO k MOTOft SPIT'
MOOCL 110 M. tw

SU iliton held a weekend 94 '" 1g
funny' rwtdon at the. home of t /" } 20" ALUMINUMFOLDING
Mrs. Dot bMsley on Lake Ge 1.* val< TIES & BELTS MENS SLIPPERS

naval; they. were. Mrs. Header, 2-SPEED $248 Itogulw 2. 9 soft -ol with
MrW.1. Hart, Mrs. Ella .I $244
CHAIR ttyling. gritfit I
Moody, Stark* Mrs.Edith ChrUUnsen fAN
"1 $1 00and lined. 712.MONK .
New inane, La., Mrs.Feerl H =I : t rag 52"
Col Green Cove :: up
Springs and Mrs Maud Strlckland. IWHIM.Y< \ : $297 ..... Entire ttock. Choic .
New wide 4-in-hand
et4t4MATCHING r styles
$1197 of lat and cotton
J WlMwood. They were Joined .vr.e.e,4.e, looking arMiqua t brawnor
and reds tied. Belts dress
far tMir tunUUt on SurxJajr with 4.99 value lonq-Le 1_. Now '- in or Mack. with: VC sole ..deat $644
pattarnatrima. and work styles. ha.,l. toM look asp and
ttUttendlne. CHAIS-a.M
S-1 krrd l.. 711.

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yr and Mrs. Dona.fcl: ] l Bagwell HonoredOn ? Napier-Crawford Kitchen Shower Shower Given

25th Wedding ToldMrs. For Miss Haddock
Anniversary Wedding For Debra Johns,

Bri a-elect
Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Bag Mrs. S.W. Haiston, mother and Mary Lee Crawford, of BrideelectMiss

well celebrated their 25th wed- stepfather of Mr. Bagwell. Lawtey, and Donald Napier, of Miss Phyllis Haddock bride- Debra Johns, bride-elect
ding anniversary On book the U.S. Navy, formerly of High
Saturday the table
guest a elect of June 20, was honored at of July 17, was complimented at
June 6, when their children Mr. beautiful antversary candle Springs, were united In marriagelast bridal shower and luncheon
and Mrs. Donald B. Bagwell and burned throughout the reception. Friday night at the home of a kitchenshowerWednesdaynfght a by Mrs. L.C.
of last week at the home of Mrs. Saturday given
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson Mrs. Raymond Jones of Nash- Rev. Albert Knight, pastor of George Hoggins. Hostesses with Adams at her home on Bedford
gave a reception for them In the ville, Tenn. kept the book. Evergreen Baptist Church, who Joe
Hugglns Mrs. Lake.
Gladys Phone 964-760& First Baptist Church recreationhall. performed the ceremony In the \ were Mrs.
Mooty: Adams served snacks
Batten Mrs. Don Hardenbrook,
Charles Schmitt
Mrs. poured presence of Mrs Knight and Mrs.
Society Editor The cake table held a beautiful coffee and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Daisy Starling, the bride'smother. and Mrs. Charles C. Johns. while the honoree which opened buffet her
t Arrangements of summer gifts, after a
three-tlered cake topped with presided at the punch bowl. Mrs. .
served to the 15
flowers used In the luncheon was
were party;
Benton Futch cut the cake and
miniature the
wedding bells and red ehi Following ceremony, a reception buffet table
The was
I bL 1.. roses. On either side silver Mrs. L.M. Gaines assisted In was held at the home of room. The refreshment table was guests.
'' '. --- '. '- were
J" blue linen cloth
l ii' IV' .r covered with a lace cloth and covered with a
candelabra holding epergnettesof serving. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Starling.
held a centerpiece of pastel sum and centered with an arrangement
Miss Sheryl Ward opened the Those
attending Mrs.
red and white roses. were
Gloria HarrellComplimented Parties Given White linen table cloths over gifts which were displayed on a I George Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. mer flowers. of hydrangeas In included shades of blue.
I Games played by the 26 The guests
For Miss Putnam white satin -table skirts were table centered with a spiral can- James Higginbotham and family, were
and Johns mother of the
guests prizes awarded. Jerome ,
used on each table and were delabra holding burning red tapers Mr. and Mrs. Harold Higgin-
At Two PartiesMiss BrideelectMiss draped with garlands of smilax and an arrangement of white .J 'i botham, Misses Peggie and The hostesses presented the honoree, and Mrs. J.M. Howard
honoree with Lake Butler and Mrs.
a cut glass salad Sr. of ,
Mrs. J.W. Kincaid greeted stock and red roses. Wanda Crawford of Lawtey, and
guests at the door and Introducedthem The children gave their parentsa Mrs. Warren BushofAustellGa.Methodist bowl with servers as a mementoof Charley E. Johns, grandmothers
Gloria Harrell of Moul- Vild Putnam
whose Lewis-Jackson
marriage the occasion. of the honoree.
to the four-piece silver coffee ser-
trie, Ga., whose marriage to to Jeffrey Jackson will receiving line com- Assisting In serving were Miss
posed of the vice as a memento of the oc- Told
Harry Hatcher 111 will be an eventof be an event of Friday, June 19, and Mrs. D.B. couple Mr. casion. Engagement Ladies Sandra Hugglns and Mrs. De- Shower Given
Aug. 22, was honored with two at 8 p.m. In the First Presby Bagwell, Mr. and wayne McRae.
parties over the weekend. terian Church, was honored at Mrs. J.P. Johnson and Mr. and 75 guests enjoyed the affair. Mr. and Mrs Elmer E. Lewis Bible Class For Joyce Allen

The Pecan Room of the Garden a miscellaneous shower Tues- announce the engagement and Honors TeacherThe Wesleyan!' Guild
Restaurant was the setting fora day night, June 9, In the Ma- Baptist Seniors Methodist Grads approaching marriage of their
dinner party; given in Miss sonic Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. daughter, Wanda Linette, to YN3 Had Dinner MeetThe Ms Joyce Allen bride
Harrell's honor last Friday night E.W.Hayes, Mrs. R.C Buford, Feted at DinnerThe Enjoy LuncheonThe Mervin Harold Jackson, son of Ladies Bible Class of the elect of July 4. rims eom gt*
Don and Gerald Jacksonof First United Methodist Church Wesleyan Service Guild of dented at bridal shower'
by Mrs. LF Dinkins, Mrs. Mrs. D.B. Harley, Miss Dorothy Mr. Mrs. a
Neel, Mrs Charles Darby and Alvarez, Mrs. Jack Edwards, First Baptist Church gavea WSCS of the First United Hampton, Iowa. gave a farewell luncheoun Sat- the First United Methodist last Thursday night given bpi
Mrs. Charles Francis. Mrs. Ned Singletary, Mrs Lou- dinner party; Saturday nightat Methodist Church honored the Miss Lewis Is a 1968 graduateof urday at the Holiday Inn for their Church held a dutch treat dinnerat Mrs. Riley Sweat Mr*. Larry
The dining tables were arranged ise Harden, Mrs. Dolly Pace, the Garden Restaurant honor- Methodist BHS graduates at a Bradford High School and will teacher, Robert Stover. the Garden Restaurant Tuesday O'Neal and :Mr*. Willie Green
In a square with the center Mrs. Evelyn Haney, and Mrs. Ing their BHS graduates.A luncheon Sunday following the receive her A.A. degree from Mrs. Walla Lipsey, who had evening of last week at their vt the home of the latter.
table holding an arrangement of J.L. Gentry. pink and blue hydrangea cen- morning service. Santa Fe Junior College this charge of arrangements,presen- year end meeting. Mrs. Randy The 36 guests attending eo
red, white and blue carnations Mrs. Hayes greeted guests at terpiece was used at the head The luncheon was held at the month. ted Mr. and Mrs. Stover.Mr. Johns and Mrs. Charles C.Johns Joyed games 'with prizes! during
and baby breath. Bridal place the door, and standing In the table and place cards markedthe Charles Sawyer home, where Mr. Jackson Is a 1966 graduateof Stover made a farewell mesageto were hostesses.The the party hours 7:30: and
cards marked the seating arrangement receiving line were the honoree; seating arrangement for the the table was centered with an AHIson-Bristow High School, the class and gave the Invoca- 14 members were seatedat 9 o'clock. The refreshment
for the 12 guests, who her mother, Mrs. J.F. Putnam; 12 graduates and five adults. arrangement of spring flowers Allison, Iowa, and Is serving in tion. At the conclusion of the a long table centered with an able WM covered with a>whlte'
Included Mrs. James Harsh, Mrs. Blake Jackson, mother of Each graduate was presentedwith topped with a diploma tied with the U.S. Navy, now completinghis luncheon Mrs. Lipsey presentedRev. arrangement of pink and blue cloth And centered .with
mother of the honoree, and Miss the bridegroom-elect, and the the book, "In His Steps," ribbon. A Susie Smart doll dressed second tour of duty in the DeWitt Farabee who spokeIn hydrangeas In a silver Don lace ,
Mona Harrell, her sister, Mrs. bridal attendants, Miss Janice at the Sunday morning service at In a cap and gown graced a Gulf of Tonkin on the aircraft behalf of the class In thanking :Following dinner, Mrs. s crystal punch bowl encircled -
H.M. Hatcher Jr. mother of the Mobley, Miss Pat Underhill and the church. side table. carrier USS Coral Sea. Mr. Stover for his inspirational Hardenbrook, president; conduc- with' summer flower.
bridegroom-elect, and Mrs. H. Mrs. Sylvia Kirkland. The graduates Included Cindy The wedding will be an eventof service rendered during his stay ted the meeting when programsand The hostesses presented
M. Hatcher Sr. The refreshment table was cov- .J I oyner-Morgan Strickland, Nancy Struth, Marie Friday, Aug 7, at 8 p.m. In In Starke. goals for the coming year flee Allen with a matched
The hostesses presented Miss ered with a Hallmark shower Green, Allan Pats and Vincent the First Baptist Church of Mr. and Mrs. Stover will leave were adopted. linen bed set as a remembrance
Harrell with a corsage and the cloth and centered with an arrangement Wedding July I 11 1 St. John. Also Included at the Starke. All friends and relativesare the last of June for Texas where of the oocoMon.

sugar and creamer set to her of spring flowers. luncheon were Mrs. Jack Eaves, Invited to attend. they will make their home. .
chosen china pattern as a me- The hostesses presented the Miss Glenna Sue Joyner and president of the WSCS and Rev. Mrs. Foster SM Smith was in Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamll- N.L. Woodburn will fly to Ot-
mento of the 0<'''''''ion, noree with a place setting in Leaton Union Morgan 111 have and Mrs. Dewitt Farabee. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Parker and charge of the table arrangements. ton were on a fishing trip off tumwa, Ia. Saturday to get Mrs.
*r chosen china pattern as a set their wedding date for Sat- Each graduate was presentedwith sons of Atlanta were last Fri- Spring flowers centered the Fort Myers the first of the week. 'Woodburn, who has been con-
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Mrs. memento of the occasion. urday, July 11, at 8 p.m. In the a book of comtemporary day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. speaker's table and a garland of They are visiting Mr. and Mrs. fined I In the Ottumwa Hospital
SG. Denmark entertained at a Forty; guests were Invited to Madison Street Baptist Church prayers as a memto of the oc- Kenneth Grider. Ivy and roses ran the length of W.H. Thomson in Monticello the for five weeks following a heart'
Coca-Cola party; at the home of call between the hours 8 and with reception following in the casion. the U-shaped table. latter part of the week. I ittack.OPEN .
the former Saturday morning for 9 p.m. church annex.
Miss Harrell. No local invitations are being .
Arrangements of pink and blue sent. All friends and relativesare Phyllis Haddock

hydrangeas were used In the living Mrs. James F. Putnam gavea Invited to attend. James Tally III
room for the occasion. bridesmaids luncheon Wednes- -All Day Wednesday

Mrs. Denmark greeted guestsat day of last week at her home Mrs Will Edwards To Wed SaturdayMiss -Sunday Afternoon
the door, and standing In the on U.S. 301 North.A .
receiving line were the honoree, white linen cloth coveredthe Presents PupilsMrs. Phyllis Dean Haddock
her mother, Mrs. J.M. Harrell luncheon table and white James Bailey Talley, 111 will be
and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr. candles In silver candelabra Will Edwards presentedher united In marriage Saturday,June SAYE AT .
The refreshment table was formed the centerpiece. Place pupils In a piano recital 20 at 8 o'clock In the evening. ,
covered with a white linen cut- cards marked the seating arrangement Sunday afternoon In the fellow- The ceremony will be performed -
work cloth and centered with an for the five guests. ship hall of the First Baptist by the Rev. DeWitt Farabeeat
arrangement of pink and blue Arrangements of spring flowers Church. the First United Methodist
carnations and mums. Mrs. were used In the living room. Those taking part on the pro- ChurchAll DEPARTMENT STOAT
Charles Darby presided at the The honoree presented per- gram were Pam and Beth Chap relatives and friends are
punch bowl. All the appointmentson sonal gifts to her attendants dur- man, Eoline Green,Ellen George, cordially Invited to attend the
the table were crystal. Assisting ing the luncheon. Jimmy Prevatt, Cindy Glssy,Joy wedding and reception Immediately -
serving were Misses .. Andres, Tin and Landa Thornton, following In Fellow- BIG SELECTION & V
Evelyn Sinclair, Ginger Baldwin, Anne Starling, Debby and Cindy ship Hall at the Church.
and Jayne Hardy. Miss Ginger Baldwin has assumed Mitchell, Beth Davis, Gayle Hat VALUES IN GIFTS FOR -
The hostesses presented the the position as secretaryat cher, Jan Searle and Sonja Biggs.
honoree with the butter dish In the First United Methodist Refreshments were served at Murry McRae of FSU Is home
her chosen china pattern and a Church for the summer the close of the program. for the summer.
corsage In remembrance of the

the 40 guests calling t
between the hours, 11 and 12 1 MEMS PERMANENT PRESS
o'clock were Mrs. H.M. HatcherSr. FOR DAD 4t ,
., grandmother of the bride- a
groom-elect and Miss Mona Har- \ NEW

rell, sister of'the bride-elect. \ DEEP TONES DRESS SHIRTSour

Debra JohnsIs Thurs., Fri., Sat. $$2"

Honor Guest 44 rege
At Luncheon Only
Give him the new fashion look deep
tones in the new long point collar or
Miss Debra Johns, brideelectof
regular spread collar. Buy several at
July 17, was complimented ata
this sale price.. 14Vi- 17.Reg. .
luncheon Friday at the Garden
Restaurant given by Mrs. O.L.

Haynes Jr., Mrs. John Torode, !3".. SALE $3.44c
Mrs. V.J. Spengler and Mrs.
PG. Felos. ar
The U-shaped dining table was
centered with an arrangement of 4 ""
white bridal flowers and place a tl $200$12988value
cards marked the seating arrangement -
for the 30 guests. : ,
The honoree was presented witha
portable mixer from her hostesses 'i' SPORT SHIRTS
as a memento of the 4/ .> AM-FM stereo multiplex radio ,., *

occasion. .1 Pai of matched speakers

.> 8-track stereo tape player f ., i ,r our keg $ 22
Stork Shower .; ...",\
For Mrs. NormanMrs. .> 4-speed turntable with cover : ?,j' $$399

I / .> Stereophonic headphone sets ,.,.,. :.-'ljij'fJ.; ;; ,."."...

Gerald Norman -was' .......-. ? .;. .. ){;j Latest fashion collar in solids stripes

honored at a stork shower .' .,.p'-:Z, and plaids. Permanent press poly-cot

last Friday night given by Black s DeckmB&D 3/8" DRILL "\ .e .",;'". ton. S-XL.
Mrs. Rudolph Sapp. Miss Dar Double reduction gearing' $ 99 -
and chuck handle big tough 9
lena Jones! and Mr*
jobs. Quality all-purpose
Jones at the home of the POWER. drill. H7100 "' PERMA PRESSROBES \
latter. 6&D JIG SAW ,l; t BAN-ROLL WAIST

Games with prizes were enJoyed TOOLS m" Makes straight curved or $12 99
by the 35 guests during irregular cuts in any type DRESS SLACKS
the party hours. The lace cov aaw.of metal.U153 Best all-purpose

centered erred refreshment with .* cut table glass"was .. .. our
50 FOOT $444 e :L reg.
punch bowl encircled with daylilies =- POLAROID $500
Miss Jones presided at GARDEN 'w COLOR e : C $$599Waist
the punch 'bowl. HOSE $$4" S
The hostesses presented the PAK II94c' our reg.
won't roll down stays up neat
boooree with a baby' set as a Always a great gift. I and trim with Ban-roll feature. Perma-
memento of the occasion wear 'round weight in Tri-lobal
press blend of Dacron-Avril.
GE CLOCK RADIO choice, of prints.S-XL, 29.38.PAJAMAS .
1.99 value
Birthday Party
reg. (18.88 '29,95LIST

For Lisa MoodyLittle PISTOLHOSE Solid slate. $1297 $24 88 Big, color print
Wake to music. In a minute.

Lisa Moody celebratedher r l
first birthday Sunday after- NOZZLE
noon when her parents, Mr. and sag $344 '
Mrs. Mark Moody, gave a party;
for her and It youngsters. 94 :1
refreshments were served B-B-Q Selection of perms
from a table covered with a 51.99 valu. ;: press In solids or
Happy Birthday cloth and centered GRUEN-ELGIN fancy prints. SixesAD. I
with a cake with decorations $497PATIO : f t
carrying out a toy theme. 19" WALTHAM-HEIBROS (
Mrs. Moody wasassl.stedbyher $6.99 value
mother, Mrs. K.A. Colson. TABLE 17-21 Jewel $10 88
39.95 allies 24" HOOD&MOTOR SPIT

Six sisters held a weekend 94c /I" =--
family reunion at the home of / rr$4q _a 20" ALUMINUMFOLDING
Mrs. Dora Beasley on Lake Geneva '1." value 1 $ 2 48

; they were Mrs. Beasley, 2-SPEED Regular 2.99 soft eo''.with
Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. Ella FAN CHAIR 0 0 nac-toC styling. Knit lit $244r
Moody, Stark,Mr.Edith Christensen WHIRLYSPR1NKER 5299 $1 lined. 7-12.
New Orleans, La., Mrs. M r reg. and upEntIre

Pearl Colson, Green Cove .. $2 7 stock. Choiceof MONK STRAP OXFORD
Springs and Mrs\ Maude Strick- 94 .. 8X4X4 | lastex and cotton New wl.d styles In! 4-in-hand. .
land Wlldwood. They were Joined $1197 and redi-tied. Belts in dress or Good looking antique I brawnor .
4.99 valueMATCHING long-leg' jams. Newest black with PVC sol. .nd $
by their families on Sunday with e1'" value our rag. "... patterns and work styles. .h.el. told ,took strap and b44
40 attending. CHAISE 55.8$ trims. 5-1.. buckle. 711.



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Duplicate Rridge Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwlre
sons of Toledo, Ohio are spend-
Sets Tournament ing two weeks with Mr. and ,
Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire.Mr L.
The quarterly tournament of ., used car thanmeets

the Duplicate Bridge Club will and Mrs. R.A. Colson are "', '"i ':. .. ... f'
be hold Tuesday night in the spending this week at Daytona I
Pratt Street Recreation Center Beach with their son-in-law and

with play beginning at 7:30 p.m. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LaRue 4-H'ers Attend Cherry Lake CampAbout the
Williams, who are moving there .
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Winners in Tuesday night's from Gainesville.
game where there were six tables 30 'Bradford 4-H Club Taylor, Vickie Sue Anderson. include a costume contest, skits, f,
in play were: Mrs. Carolyn Stella Jane Costello was plea- members left at noon Mondayfor Judy Loper, Cindy Bryan, Sarah and a talent show. There will be

] Schoenau and Adrian Dovell santly surprised Saturday after- a week's camping and recreational East, Dennis Rhoden, Tony Rosier instructions In swimming,crafts,
2ndRonald Schoenau and Bot noon when a group of her friends activities at Cherry Pat recreation, entomology, and nature -
Reid Edmondson
O'Brlan 3rdMr.and Mrs.Geof- her home Lake Madison. Randall study. Our 25
; stopped by on Lake near Gerald Meng, and John Try Month Used Car
frey Wrenshall; 4th tieMr.. Brooklyn to help celebrate her
and Mrs. Ed Wainwright and 16th birthday. They will return Friday between Crawford.4H The camp Is sponsored by the
Mrs. Hilda and Mrs. Lu- 4 and 5 Florida Cooperative Extension
Dey p.m. according
Camp Is the highlight ofa Warranty WORKS !
Service and the Bradford Coun-
cile Davie Mrs. Smith DeVoe spent last to Assistant County Agent Bob- of 4-H work for \
week at St. Augustine Beach. by Taylor. Taylor and Miss Mar- year ty Commissioners as a part of
members. The is designedto i
thy Sue McCain accompanied the camp their youth development pro-
Birthday Party
youngsters. give the 4-H member an op- grams through 4-H. To be eligible -
Mrs. Margie Andreu and son portunity to participate in a number 1969 Chevrolet !
For Curt GreeneCurt spent last week with her uncle for camp, a 4-H member
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Leigh- Among 4-H members attend- of recreational, leadership must complete a 4-H project and lt 1968 Plymouth
Greene celebrated his ton Hood and family in Palatka. ing are Susan Edwards, Debbie and citizenship activities. record book, attend at least 75 Vi Ton Pick-up. Long Base,
third birthday Saturday afternoon Edwards. Shery Sapp, Janell per cent of his regular club Fleetside Body, Custom Cab, TwoBarracuda 2 Door Hard-Top, Vinly]
when his parents gave a party Miss Joyce Denmark was in Thompson, Sally Meng, Barbara Theme for camp this year Is meetings, and participate in club Tone Paint, Red and White, Body Top, Factory Air Condition, V-8
Godwin Elaine Pierce, Kathy "The Roaring 20's". ActivitiesBeachBound and County 4-H activities.ity .
for him at the House at Atlanta last week visiting her
Birthday Side Moulding] 307 V-8, :3 I Speed Engine, Bucket Seats with Center
the Jacksonville Zoo, with 32 classmates from LaGrange Col-
youngsters and parents attend- lege, Misses Mandy Turner,Millie Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Gay visited Transmission, Jr. West Coast Console, Automatic Transmission,
Schell and Shearon Wiggins. their son, S/Sgt. Joseph A. ? Take Mirrors, Full Wheel] Cover, Painted Balance] of Factory Warranty, Radio
ing.The little guests were shown Gay and family In Columbia, Rear Bumper, Balance of New Dark Blue, New WSW Tires,
colored cartoons, had refresh- Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs. S.C. last Tuesday to Saturday. Truck Warranty, Less than 21,000 Extra Clean.
ments including the traditional Thelma Dean of Fairfield were
birthday cake, were given party weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Denmark left Sunday for A Miles.
favors, and taken for a train JG. Caldwell. the summer session at the Unl- Along Terry $$1995
ride around the Zoo. 'erslty of Georgia.
Mrs. Marguerite Poston has $2195
had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Col. T.T. Long was admittedto r" '
Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and chil- J.B. Peeke of Denver,Colo,over the Jacksonville NAS Hospital .
dren of Sanford are spending this night Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.Rich- on Monday.Mr. .
week with her parents, Mrs. Eo- ard Biehl of Palatka on Sunday, !
line Smith and Mr. and Mrs. and spending this week is her and Mrs. Joe Fields and 1965 Mustang 2 Door 1968 Dodge Coronet
Robert Green. Mrs. Rowe and daughter, Mrs. Frank Moore and daughters, Margaret and Brid-
children and Mr. and Mrs.Green children of Palatka. get, of Beaumont, W.Va., are
500 4.Door Sedan :,118 Cu. In. V-8
will visit Mr. and Mrs. Eddie visiting their son-in-law and Hard-Top, V-8, Automatic Trans- ,
Douglas in Atlanta over the week- Mrs. H.L. Speer returned daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Emmil mission, Power Steering, Radio, Power Steering, Bucket Seats, Radio
end. Tuesday of last week after sev- Rodgers and their son and daugh- Heater, WSW Tires, Bucket Seats Like New Tires, Factory Air
eral weeks visit with her son- ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. AlanD. with Center Console. Solid Red Condition, Balance] of New Car

Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamil- n-Iaw Irs. E.P.and Boland daughter in Athens, Mr., and Ga. Fields, of Starke. with BlackInterior. Warranty, Approximately] 26,000,
ton and sons, Paul and Jim attended Miles Like Inside and Out.
.lrs. Boland who is in summer Local admittances to Bradford
of their
the graduation
Army camp joined the family over County Hospital this week Include -
son, Mark Hamilton, from U. ofF .
the weekend. L.D. Warren Per-
Follow- : Vining,
on Saturday morning.
kins Mrs. Eva Alvarez $2295
ing the graduation the family
Lt Col. and Mrs. Don Koretz
las L. Baldwin, Albert Williams,
left for ten days visit with Mrs.
uf, Albany, N. Y. are spendingtwo
Mrs. Margaret Learn,Mrs.Mar-
Mr.and Mrs.
Hamilton's parents,
weeks with Mrs. Koretz 's
1 garet M. Harrell,John D.Boyles,
Worth Jackson and family
I mother, Mrs. Arlen McKnight Mrs. Frances
Burrell NormaJ.
Winder, Ga. and on to Madison
Mrs. McKnight also has as Page, Colley M. Underhill, 1969 Chevrolet
Heights, Va. to visit Mr. 1lamaton' Carol
mother,Mrs.W.L.Hami'ton.Among J guests this week Mrs. Mrs. Frances Cole, Roger W. 1967 Dodge Coronet
:Sellers and daughter Terry, of Rowe Jr., Pamela Nettles, Mrs.
Moncks Corner, S.C. 4T Impala Custom Coupe, Power
Mearlle Osteen and Donna Ann
those attending the funeral 500, 4 Door Sedan, Blue with
Lee, Starke Mrs. Harris s Steering, Power Brakes!', Radio,
of W.A. Hogan Jr. InPensa- ; Emily
Mrs Glen Starling is replacing k rt "1 Black Vinyl] Top, Air Con
cola Monday were Mrs. J.E. Mrs. Herbert Green as secretaryIn and Albert L. Stafford, Raiford; Heater, Air Condition, Vinyl Top, Factory
Hardy, Mrs. E.D. Tenly Sr., the Bradford County Health Joey E. Norman of Jacksonville; Vinyl Seats, This Car Has only dition, Automatic! Transmisson,
Mrs. W.B. Mundy, William Department. Mrs. Green retired former Starke resident; Everett 18000 Miles on it and is just like Power Steering, V -8 Engine,
George, Mrs. Don Neel, A. Rus- last week. Glisson Jr., Hampton;NormanE. Clean, Local] One Owner.
Wilcox, Keystone Heights Mrs. New In Every Way.
soll Norman, Paul Carter, Mrs. ;
L.F. Dinklns, Mrs. Paul Ray- Miss Martha Bollinger of Mobile Sue Brannen Bedford Lake; and
mond, Mrs. Bertha Lang and I Ala., Dr. Donald Winters Lemuel L. Dillon, Lake Butler. $1895
Mrs. One Wiggins I and Bill Breelan of HatUsburg- JAVA E SAVE
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams
Miss. spent the weekend with Dr ,.
Paducah and Mrs. H.G.Bellinger and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Tay STYLISH' SANDPIPER-Cotton terry"shape's a brleTKia' :: -
Miss Ruby Lllley of Charlotte:: Winters. lor Sr. in Jacksonville Monday. riff top and long flare-leg pants for the fashionable beach: .... ...... ._ p S.
of rp
Wanura --1
Ky. and Mrs. Golds comber. Ideal for luxurious lounging on, the sand after a
Mounds, Ill. are spending several of swim the outfit comes in white navy yellow, blue, red '
Dr. and Mrs. Jay Moseley Mr. and Mrs.. Paul Faulknerhad 1966 Chevelle 2 Door
weeks with their brother-in-law Mrs. Titus f(Knoxville Tenn. are visiting Mr. as visitors, Mr. and Mrs. or driftwood. It's by White Stag. 1.965 Ford Econoline
and sister, Mr. and and Dr. Reed Lewis
John and
md Mrs. Moseley family of Ocala
It's that time of when to soak moisture well
Olson. md Mrs. H.H. Adams this week. over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. sandy white beaches year and the as fAshion. up I Super Van, 6 Cylinder, New Pant, Sedan, 6 Cylinder, Heater, Good
Robert Faulkner of Jacksonvilleon ariftiHinfr... sound r\t the surf The newest terries shape nn' Good Tires. Tires, Automatic Transmission,
Sunday and Mrs. Pat Jordan are no longer idle"widreams in bold; stripes; and luscious Good Economical] Transportation.
and Mrs. Mae Jordan of Alma, but delightful summer solids for pull-on Dare-leg I
301 DRIVEINShow Ga. on Monday. realities.If pants scooter skirts, short
you plan to he a summer shorts, breezy midriffs! and $688 $845 ,
Capt and Mrs. Franklin Rltch '70 siren, rest assured. While classic tank tops. In lighter
Begins At Sundown of whole and soft, fine textures,
of Fort Rucker, Ala. spent the you were dreaming a weights
summer of sun days sportswear they have a new-found style
weekend with Mrs. Hazel Bitch r
designers were workingto and zip that make getting dry
THURS.. FRI., SAT. JUNE 18, 19, 20 make those dreams come after a swim a luxurious ex-
r Mrs. Keith Gllllngham and children true in style. What they've |IJPri'nce.
of Tampa were visiting her come up with is enough to Designer see the new cot 1965 Chevrolet 1960 Jeep / Pickup I
S parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale make any career girl leave her ton terry fashions as part of
I t I last week. The Sales also had typewriter and head for the the whole new approach to
as weekend visitors Mr. and beach. soft casual clothes for every Chevelle Coupe (Red) If you want New Tires, 4 Wheel] Drive, Heater,
F 1 I 1 Mrs. Bill Wainwright and familyof This year you can leave hour of the day. Some predictthey'll something that runs good and you Steel :Floor] (One Owner) Truly] a
beach from the
Tallahassee. your towel at home, unless he worn away
you want to Hit on it. beach for twilight and evening Can fix up along and along] Don't Fine (Little) Truck In Every
Fer These Street fii *|h Te Take It! Summer's most smashing hours as well as day.. Miss This One at Way.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sterns of sportswear looks are decked So be advised: if you wantto
Fl ... -v Tavares spent the weekend with out in carefree cotton terry- vacation in style, take alonga
NEW! Mr. and Mrs.Tully Norman.They a fabric known for its ami- terry. $59750 $795
all visited the Wildlife Refuge! In
/r the Okeefeenokee Swamp near- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold-
Ewell Lawson
Mr, and Mrs.
Waycross Sunday. wire in Fort Myers June
on were
visited Mr. and Mrs. WM Law-
wa 6 to 11 visiting Mr. and Mrs.
In Auburndale Sunday.
Mike, Randy and Chere Law- son on Michael Goldwlre and family.

Sgt son, have and Joined Mrs. Jerry their parents Lawson,, Mrs. N.L. Walton of Fouke 1968Toronado 1967 Chevrolet
*1 at Fort Walton Beach after spend- Ark. Is visiting her uncle and I r *
L&s aunt, Mr. and Mrs. LN Picker- Among mementos of the
; ing several years with their ing this week. wedding, we assume there Is Loaded with Extras Including Impala] 4 Door Station Wagon, 2
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ewell Lawson. a leather-bound volume of Factory Air and Stereo Tape Seat. V-8, Automatic Transmission
Mrs. M.II. Lang of Belle Gladeis canceled checks for the fatherof Luggage
Player, Like Newll!I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul the bride. :
w 4 Ginl Patz with her grandparents Rack,
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Raymond for several weeks.They
Lauritsen of New Port Rlchey, also had as visitors on Sunday e e $2995 t1695
are spending a month with relatives afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. H.L. It used to be that a father $
9 in New Jersey. Alvarez of Fort Myers. taught his son how to shave;
now the boy elves the old
man instructions in care of
the beard.SERVICE.

/ SCHEDULE 1967 Pontiac Lemans 1966 Chevelle 4 Door I

Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00:
\ CATHOLIC ChurchesST. 2 Door Hard Top, White with Sedan, 6 Cylinder, Automatic

:I FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY JUNE 19-2.1 EDWARD'S, Starke: Red Interior. Bucket Seats, 3 Transmission Radio Heater
Ic-l ,
Ico oat
.::..NAIL AMAINDENTE rDDff GARCIA! ,,1 AT 7:00 and SI5 Sunday Mass, 8 a.m. and Speed Floor Shift, Radio and Heat Beige with Matching Interior,
"" CI,
aw m CI 9:13: a.m.Thursday. er, 6 Cylinder OHC Engine, Nice Nice Clean Car.
A man went looking for America. Mad, 6:30: p.m. Car.

SUN., WON., TUES., WED. JUNE 21, 22, 23, 24 And couldn't find it anywherePANDO Miraculous Medal Novena:
Saturday, 7 p.m. $990SALESMEN
Double] Feature Program $1395
ST. WILLIAM'S' Keystone
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least as high as the state ave road moved, it was stated, so F. Darby, wife of the late Hon.
rage. that It will run around his pro Charles A. Darby, had desired i I is now in operation and is
In addition if Bradford CountyIs ; perly.; That would get the road to run for the unexpired term An nail-electron telephone company World southwest of Orlando, Fla.StrombergCarl .
successful In making up Its away from his chicken houses of her husband. I promise, if .r r serving the new Walt Disney
$100,000 budgetdeflcltfrom and give him use of his entire elected, to keep the same efficient -
piece of land. help that Mr. lon Corporation a subsidiary of General
69, that will free those funds Darby >
to be spent on current opera- "This thing has come to a had, if they desire to continue A q Dynamics, is providing all the telephones and electronic switchboard
tions.In boiling point and I've been har- working." X11wy for the entire development. ThIS new telephone technology -

addition to that the state rassed enough," Griffls told "I am married to the former which had its first commercial use in Ohio in,1969 Us

next year will not requrfe Brad- Chairman Hamilton adding, "It Margaret Wimberly and am the for abbreviated dialing. The caller needs only I to dial
ford County; to: 1) put up $13,000 looks to me like you're siding father of three sons, Marvin, to frequently called local or long-dis-
three digits get
in Junior college matching funds; with the chicken firm. Ed, and Bill; and the grandfather two or
2) put up $7,000 to match kindergarten Commissioner Buck Norman of the "Brown triplets" tance numbers.

funds, and 3)) to paya told Hamilton he thought the Brown's announcement was the
6-8 per cent commission on chairman has the right Idea a- first to be formally made bya Executives can set up their own conference calls, connecting

tax collections to the tax assessor bout the hearing. "We ought to candidate for the unexplred !several inside or outside parties simply by dialing. A "call

and collector, $35,000. have a hearing with both par- term, now filled by Inman Green, back" feature built into the exchange makes it possible to "ask"

That will free $55,000 more to ties and settle this thing." Republican appointee of Gov. the system to call back as soon as a busy phone becomes free,

be spent on current operations.In Tempers have' flared in the Claude Kirk. ." ending the need to call a busy extension repeatedly.
discussing his pay raise argument It was pointed out .
recommendation, Casey told tea- that the Sheriffs Department Will Run "I!" .. ",;...,. ;.'. 1. .,;'" able to receivespecial
will be -
chers he Is certain the school called to the scene. Norman con- Mrs. Marjorie Dowling, widowof Residents! at Walt Disney World
board is aware that they have tended something should be done the late Wm. E. (Billy) Dowl- service from their home telephones. Telephone calls can
been hit with a 12 per cent increase before the situation worsens. ing made a qualified statement i.i- follow residents! when they visit a neighbor. All 1 that is requiredis

In the cost of living In Griffls said the present road of her expected candidacy, say "" the dialing of two digits and the number of the phone where
the past two years. He also has been maintained by the coun- ing "I'll be In there if there'sa 4 be reached.
pointed out that $180,000 is a ty; for 17 years.Chairman race..' Mrs. Dowling referredto they can

lot of money "but to meet it Hamilton said after a speculative column in Sun- i

is the key to .a top notch school the meeting that In some cases day's Gainesville Sun mentioninga : \\3 t
system." when all parties involved can Supreme Court ruling, In the ,". .j"
He also cautioned the teachers agree, the county will allow graded case of Circuit Judge John Crews ,. .
that it Is possible that his recommendations roads to be relocated for convenience who was appointed to an unex- MAGNETIC SIGNS

may not be accepted to all concerned. He pired term, holding that Judge
by the school board add- noted the road would have to be Crews did not have to run for

ing "but they are responsible moved at no expense to the coun- election this fall, but could serve
men." ty; but that the county; would then out the unexpired term. ADHERE OR ANY

Highly complimentary of the maintain the "new" road. The implication was that this TO CARS STEELSURFACE
1970 legislature, Casey said the It requires advertisement anda precedent could possibly apply
full-time $12,000 per year las public hearing and then approval to the clerk's position here. Improvement Award Goes To FFA |&TRlTrKS
makers "went into the session by a majority of the boardof Mrs. Dowling said she expected

knowing more about your prob- county; commissioners to closea information Wednesday clar,. ""b CONOMICAL=
lems than you know," He likenedthe county road. ifying this point. Jimmy Alvarez, president of the Bradford Senior FFA Chapter, accepts a Bradford CONVENIENTffl
legislators "to a bunch of In other action Monday, the Expected to announce their can. Improvement Award plaque from Chamber of Commerce President Mac Baldwin. At
technicians who solved a lot of board: didacy for the clerk's post arc B left front Is Mike Macy, president of the Bradford Junior FFA Chapter.
problems." -Delegated Commissioner Maurice Edwards Jr., Democrat G; The award was made to the Future Farmers for their recent clean-up of the grounds BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPHSCOTT'S
"Our key problem has been Norman attend a Florida Crown a Bradford cattleman, and Inmar n of the old county; courthouse at Temple Avenue and Call Street. The group stands now
moneyfor buildings, teachers, Council of Chambers of Com- Green, Republican, present clerk where the limbs of a mulberry tree previously hung to the ground.
supplies, equipment They put the merce meeting June 25 in Lake appointed by Gov. Claude Kin k In back are Advisors David Smith junior chapter, and Paul Hutchins, senior chapter
money on the table. With our City on tourism. Effects of Dis- to fill the post until the flex t The boys say they have not yet completed their facelifting. I
tax base we couldn't begin to ney World: on northeast Florida general election.

have a quality; education sys- will be discussed. Candidates for State Sanitation Phones .
tem." -Accepted notice that the Department and County 4-H Members ,
of ; office in the September primaries .
The Legislature has Transportation has
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may qualifying at t
realized, Casey says, that approved a request by the City; Hold First
taxpayers are giving all they of Lawtey to discontinue park- noon Tuesday, July 7, two weeks 1 The sanitation ordinance engines which are vibrating and

are capable In ad valorem tax- Ing on the south side of SR- sooner than previously an. was brought about proposal breaking their foundations. The Mobile Home SalesSLASH
es. The Intention Is to limit 200-A where it passes by the nounced. by sanitation funds will come from the Re- Horse ShowThe
property; taxes to 10 mills and north side of Lawtey Elemen- A bill passed late in the regular the problems posed by newal and Replacement Fund.It .
tary School. legislative session moved I county's poultry) Industry,especially was also agreed to negotiatea I
get the remainder of the need-
the opening and closing dates I flies that have bothered contract with Indian River Con- Bradford 4-ii Horse Club w r "
ed funds from state sources such -Reaffirmed a county; policy for qualifying up two weeks, to I residents for the past several struction Co., headed by Don held it's first (-II Horse Show
as the sales tax. of paying employees vacation pay July 7 from July 21 for startIng years and have been attributed Taylor, for the Job. Utilities last Friday, June 5 at the Fair
In 1969-70 about the Legislature Is before they take their leave. and to July 21 from August: to the presence of chicken houses. Supt. Oscar Davis said each unit Grounds in Starke.
putting up 60 per cent of -Was told by Sanitarian Jack 4 for the deadline. will be down about two weeks

funds spent across the state on Trawick that his cost study of The action was taken at the, But as drawn by Attorney one at the time. He expectsno High point honors in the girl ,
education with the remaining 40 the cost of a new garbage disposal Yawn division went to Glenda Thorntonin r .e.r Ta
request of some candidates who, the measure is actuallya Interruption of service unless ,
per cent coming from local ef plan is not complete because the 9-14 and a 4
complained the late a broad sanitation law cover- the big 1,750 KW Worthington years age group '
forts. The Intent Is to increase he has yet to hear from
state'funding so that the state several firms from which he ficient time for campaigning before and conditions under which they repair operations.Was age group.
will "be
and putting the counties up about 20 80 percent has solicited prices of equip- : the first primary on Sep- may be kept for commercial use. told by Supt. Davis thata High point honors In the boys
per ment.Was tember 8. Regulations In the proposed ordinance water main on Brownlee Street division went to Danny Anderson -
cent, Supt. Casey says. informed by Clerk In- In the 9-14 ,seers
are based on guidelines had burst when bulldozer rolled years age group
-- man Green that Montgomery Elevator 'Oak Leaf Blister drawn by a committee of local over it, leaving some Reno residents and to Mike Reed in the 15-19 I

Co. has accepted a new Control poultrymen headed by Gashing without water up to five age group.
My NeighborsiTh contract to maintain the elevatorin DiscussedBy County Commissioners Buck hours Tuesday. More trouble of Age group winners in each div

the courthouse effective Sep County ForesterOak Norman and Dave Shuford also that sort is possible In the course ision include:
c tember 1. approved the guidelines before of the SR-16 construction, Davis SHOWING AT HALTER: Judy

leaf:! .blister (taphrlnicaerulescens they were submitted to the attorney Loper, Vicki Anderson, Danny j
=: to be compiled into says.Agreed Anderson, Mike Reed. I
ordinance to employ Lester
r1Qr ) has bsen '
appearing -
f Drainage ; WESTERN PLEASURE Pat Phi- 1
.. recently in Bradford and form. Humphries at $90 per week to : L1U1NG COSTS
fer, Vicky Dyal, Randy Joyner
(Continued from 'Clay Counties, according to It provides for incineration of draw maps of extensions in city; ,
Page One) Mike Reed.CLOVER.
County Foirebter Allan luiuton. dead animals or, In some instances gas. water, and power lines.

verts may drain Sampson Lakein E. T. ''Martin, who lives: on allows burial under, The-Moved state to requires obtain that be done. !ton, Vicky Dyal LEAF,Danny: Glenda Anderson Thorn- Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now
dry times. conditions. It providesfor specifications
Lake Geneva, and Carl Mat-
fJ f.J Southern Railway Track Super- ;thews' of Starke are two of fly control of chicken housesat for a new garbage truck chassis. Terry Brown. and SAVE!
visor J.L. Gelmlnl met with a regular by chemical means but said bids will be delayed POLE !BENDING: Glenda Tho-
the latest
4' "': group of residents from the three .with the reporting disease.: The problems trees: and requires removal of manure. until the new budget Anderson rnton, Vicky, Terry Anderson Brown., Danny Our Low Overhead Means Savings For You!
lakes on May 7. In a letter
after the meeting, Gelmlnl as- 'affected are either shade treesor Purpose of the proposed ordinance PONY EXPRESS: Cindy Bryan Phone 964-6657 u- S. 301 North

/ sured the commission the SRS ornamen.tals.Early Is "..to establish minimum ings, and kennels In which animals Vicky Dyal, Randy Mlllkin.
symptoms of the disease standards of sanitation and BUDDY PICKUP
with : I
is interested in working are bred, raised, housed
the community; on the drainage are blisters protruding for the control of flies and rodents or maintained for commercial Thornton, Vicky Anderson, Rand;
"Couldn't I put this". on myDiner's problem. He said he was forwarding upward from the leaf surface.ellf.t.s.r in feed lots, barns bulld- use..." Joyner Mike Reed. I _
Club card? -
the results of the May ,
7 meeting here on to his superiors -

Two weeks for further ago, DeValle action. wrote WERE YOU COUNTED ?

the commission asking a meeting CENSUS
M the last week In June. The
commission replied it would meet The 1970 Census is now almost finished. It is very importantthat

U DeValle's convenience. De- the census be complete and correct If you believe that

Valle suggested the Thursday Li you (or anyone else in your household, including visitors)
June 25, meeting and the board were NOT counted please fill out the form below and mail it

accepted. IMMEDIATELY to:


(Continued;( from Page One) r 1 r I -TAttAHA9SEE:;-Sff-1'I.A32303"-----------------------------. - --- --________________

former legislator from West I I.I

BILL POWELLis peace Palm Beach candidate who because is Know of as hIs a .I I have checked with the members of my household, and I believe that one (or more) 01 us was NOT counted in the 1970 Census

on your sideHe stand on Vietnam, and Alcee 1 t
Hastings, a black lawyer from ) .. On April 1 1\ 1970,1 I lived at

can handle all your Ft, Lauderdale. t.Ywh (House number) (Street 0' road) (Apartm.n' number locoion I
0' )
life health
insurance II
home, car. One man, one But Chiles thinks that his cen- TENTING TONIGHT-Good tenting and good camping II I I
plan. Insurance is much tral Florida home base Is the go together. The grown-ups find the model at left perfectly (City) (County) (State) (ZIP cod.) 1 1t

simpler that way. key. Next door, for Instance, Is suited to their needs. Made of cotton canvas, it's simple to I This address is located between, and t
populous Hlllsborough County.; pack and easy to erect. Big picture windows provide four- I
Within a 100-mile radius of Lake way ventilation. The compact tent at right gives the young- (Nome 01 street 0' rood) (Name 01 street or rood)
Bill PowellPhone land, the area in which he is sters their own special home away from home. Folding I
best known, is 55 per cent of stoves and picnic table add further pleasure to the out I .I I am listing below the name and required information for myself and each member 01 my household. I

96.J-Mb-I the Democratic vote. door life. Equipment by Coleman. II I I I II


Bryant and Schultz are seen Live All family m.mb.rs and other fllatlYlI living here, In. j Any coll.e. student who I
splitting the Duval vote and Chiles It UpGo eluding babl... I Ing colI.e.. Itayl som.wh.n suss whll att.nd
,1i NATIONWIDE'INSURANCE thinks he can get his share of I I
South Florida All 'lodftn, boarders, j jnonrtlatlvts I.rvants, hlr.d hand, and other
votes. I living htrt. I Any person away rrom h.r. In the Armed Fates or In an I
Inltltutlon such as a home for the
Th.man from NMIonwid$ 'le on youi Life Iniunnco Company senate seat are U.S. Rep. William I
Nationwide Any who
All I person usually
Nationwide Mutual lntur.netCompany 1 persons with a horn .llewh. but who stay. here mOlt stays lom"Nhlr. els.' mOlt of the j
Cramer and U.S. Judge 1I I of the wish whit working or att.nding ceoll... t I w..k while working' th.r.
Nationwide Mutual Flu Iniurance Harrold G. Carswell of Talla- I I
Home Office Company Columbus.': Ohio hassee. Both have announced for Go CampingI Anyone staying or visiting h"l who had no other hom.. j Any person vl.ltlng here who hn a usual home elsewhere

the post. NAMES 01" PERSONS LIVING IN THIS HOUSEHOLD ON Print alonlhlp Is this I

::::: :::ftSy: : ::::::::::::ft:::::::::::::::::::: ::::;::::.;:... ....... .. ..,.. ,... 1 1I APRIL' I.1 1970, AND THOSE STAVING OR VISITING of lOch person to pe'lOn b. tits p.r.an-
::::: :::::: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::;:::;::::::::-:-:: ::-" '' I HERE WHO HAD NO ,
"oW h. head of the

Erg.Erg.W & D TRACTOR SALESg:s f fAA and Camping-reacly sport I isn't it the used rough.to be cuing from sun and rain greater, and protection insect j H.ad Wif. of of h.ad th.. houuhold houuhold. Male Am N.ga Whit.011 con(Block Indian) Widowed Now marr'ed' I

Tod.iy'n improvements in They can be pitched in a I Print nomj Unma"l.d ehlldr.n elder flr.t For ."orrp//.' Jopan... When was hi. I
camping equipment have made matter of minutes! and come ,in thi J { or Chin... Dlraw.d
Married child..n and ....1') famil i.. W/e Female
:::: Box 75 LaCrosse, Fla. Ph. Alachua 462.262E ; outdoor I vacationing comfortable in all sorts of colors< :
s gold, silver blue
green sun ,
;; OLIVER TRACTORS I and< inviting. Moreover and red. j P..on. not ,.''o.do 'he head Mo'h.r-in./ow Grandson / M oF Koran Hawaiion I SIn,.b (n.....

basic camping gear U versatile Nearly all tents are made (/II you I fur Ira's hon 6 parsons, use on oddnianosheet, / ) Lodger Other (pint, married) 1
10 DIFFERENT SIZES i| durable and doesn't cost a of cotton; fabrics, ------ I
generally -------- --- ---------- --- Lodger' wileLe sp.cl c ---__ 1
11 fortune to buy. known us ciinvns. 'otton canvas ., Z I loll;ddl. ac.) i -
name I First I
r t 1 Just remember: the secret is favored because it permits p nerve ''nllia'' Monh l! Year 1
TOWN & COUNTRY GARDEN, I;; is to keep it simple--it's hard air to circulate freely I 1
:::: WITH TRACTORS ; to relax with a lot of giidgeti. throughout the tent. This insures I : HEAD j
:: get the utmost enjoyment comfort and preventsmoisture II
{: From 7 to 14 Horse Power with Gear or ::|::#j from the sound of ruining from forming and I I I I I
< mountain stream or the down inside. I I II
Hydro Drive.! $<| I
taste of freshly-picked buckleCotton I I i
'.:::; canvas also withstands I
i i iI I I
berries, get squared away first lashing winds and rain II I
J M!; on basic equipment and those and IIl'tul1l1ylnins/ 25 percent I I I II I
Implements Sidewinder Mowers, Holland ;::: extras you really need. in strength when wet. Special I I I I II I II

Transplanters Cole Planters, i-ij; Besides the family car a finishes give it even greater p I I I
;; I
# tent is the "mu t" item. If you resistance to the elements. I 1 I
John Blue Ezee Flow I Ii
and Others. ijjj: haven't I II
: paid attention to tents Besides a car and a tent i 1
: Combine lately, you're in for some sur you'll need cooking and sleepprises. I i I 1I I
Hay Equipment :8::: The old stand-bv types ing equipment. Then i 1I
you can p Name of person who filled this form: NOTICE Your I
I that took two men und a boy add such accessories as knapsacks t answers ae CONFIDENTIAL. The law (Title 13.
to put up are gone. So are portable refrigerator t United States Code) requires that you answer the questions

} TRACTOR REPAIRS :jiji;:; the drab windowless. stuffy folding bathtub binoculars etc. l/.S. D.pt. of Comm.rc. sodas Hu'.... IVo. 41-568107 best statistical of your knowled. Your answers will be used only to the for r
Unit offered little and
tents more Take only what you need< *u of thm C.n.ua Approval Eapir..r -JI.70 purposes cannot, by law, be dl'clol.d to
: than plain shelter and you'll have j Form D26ScJlool person outside the Census Bureau for any
: a grand time any reason whatlo
Calvin C. Williams and r.

Raymond'Dyal j:|:: Now I
:: :;:fff.....;::..:..- .. ....:...... ............ ...........................:::: and door tents designs offer new easier window han as family a modern pioneer-camping I 1
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Preparation Home Fraud Bill

Authorized By CityIn ; To A x RacketeersNew

legislation combat home are $35 a year for the main

a 3-1 vote, the Starke City ., ., repair frauds passed by the 1970! office of a finance company,and

Council Tuesday, June,9, autho- the Worthington unit Installedtwo tin Legislature was steered throughthe $15 a year for branch finance

rized Its Investment bankers, years ago.Preparation. Henann also assured the Coun- }House by Rep. Gene Shaw, company offices, contractors,

Harvey I. Henann & Co., to pre- of the $750,000bond cil It could sell a lesser amountof Starke, and in the Senate by Sen. and salesmen.

pare bonds and a bond ordinancefor issue was passed by a bonds than the $750,000, but t Verle Pope of St. Augustine.The .
a proposed $841,000 power 3-1 vote. Councilman Neil Tucker If a smaller amount was pre- t bill now awaits action by Reach To Recovery ,

plant expansion In 1971. cast the dissenting ballot, pared that amount could not be 1 A Gov. Claude Kirk.Commenting \

Council members sought and stating he would not vote for that Increased without passage of another .. 1 on the new law, t (.' J ,;;
were given repeated assurances size an issue until it is placedon bond ordinance and pre- Comptroller Fred Dickinsonsaid ".sri', 1
however, that the city has no a ballot and approved by paration of more bonds. ::;ttY. "We have been able to do a

obligation authorize actual sale city voters. A Tucker motionto He also told the Council that i commendable job with the orlg- /

of the $750,000 In bonds Henann take the matter of bond pre- nobody In the financial field now inal legislation,but this strength- itJt
recommends to finance a 3,000 paration under advisement did expects much change In Interest 7. ening of the law will provide v

KW engine purchase. not get second.. rates In the next two years. +4 blanket protection for our cit-
Under the agreement the city A The meeting was also attended I' : izens."
may at any time tell Henann Voting for Councilman Jimmy by Bond Trustees Cliff Haz- r A major provision of the new The simple act of. hair brushing may not
to proceed with selling the bonds, Bowen's motion were Councilman and George Flynn Sr. and law requires licensing of all seem a vital, part of. every woman's /life' ,
but Is not obligated until the One Wiggins and Tom No- en Auditor Ned Scott. Retiring educators ((1-r) Hubert Stoker, :Mrs. Eunice Searing and I.. contractors who take a mortgageor but its 1 to a woman recovering, from
bonds Under otherwise secure an Interestin breast cancer It is one of. the exercises f fof
are actually sold. ]II. Gibson. !Mrs\ Eunice i Kelly is not shown. I
those conditions the Council the property, It has no limiton the American Cancer Society's"Reach

passed bond a preparation.'resolution authorizingthe Still Seized Gladys Thomas Re Elected To Head BEA It the also monetary allows either size of the the home-Job. to Mrs Recovery'Terose Lesser program to help, developed women return by !

to normal living after breast surgery.
At the special meeting, Hen Movies"Easy owner or the builder up to 72 This of service \
ann went over with the Council Man ArrestedHarold Mrs. Gladys Thomas,Bradford sents from their fellow teachers. years in education. lie has been hours to cancel a home Improve- offered is by one the many programs I r

his recommendations containedIn Middle School librarian, was unopposed They are Mrs. Eunice( Kelly, teacher and assistant principalat ment contract after it has been 1 I

a report sent to the city Tuesday In her reelection Lawtey Elementary; Mrs.Eunice BUS, and for many years signed. Previous ly,only an eight- American Cancer Society..
fathers earlier. Rider," playing Friday Dogan Smith, 39, Route to head the Bradford Edu- Searing, Starke Elementary;Robert has been secondary supervisor.' hour lapse of time was permitted

He recommends financing the through Tuesday at the Florida 2, Starke, was released under cation Association for a second Stover, Bradford High, and He has a reputation as the for cancellation.At .

1971 power plant expansion with Theatre with features at 7 and $5,000 bond following his arrest year. L.I1. Gibson, supervisor of sec- "brain" of the Bradford school one time several years GLASSFOR

$101,000 from the city renewal 8:45: each night is the story ofa Tuesday afternoon on charges Also re-elected was secretary ondary education. system and Tuesday was termeda ago, home repair frauds were
and replacement fund, estab- man who went looking for of possession moonshine still "walking enclopedia" by Asst. rampant In Bradford County with EVERY
Mrs. Ruth Jenkins, an elemen- PURPOSEIWBunrors
and possession! Mrs. holds
Searing the Connie
and equipment, longe- Supt Clark.
lished under the last bond Issue America, and was unable to find many people losing their pro-
tary teacher. Lennard Register,
of mash and wort. vity record among the four. She Stover, a BUS math teacher, perty due to mortgages given to
plus the $750,000 in bonds. it. Filmed from Los Angeles to
He recommended purchasing the the East Coast, "Easy Rider" Bond was set at$2,500 on each principal was at named Hampton to the Elementary vice-- has taught 44 years, all Starke moved to Bradford County last cover excessive charges for repairs -

3,000 KW engine over a 2,000 reveals the many faces of Amer- charge. president's, post and Mrs.Eliza- Elementary. Mrs Kelly has year. lie has 25 years in edu- additions, re-roofing, FOR EVERY PURPOSE
Smith was taken into custody j taught 37 years, all in Brad- cation aluminum siding etc. their
KW unit because for 29 per ica Including the people of big beth Walker tea- on
cent more money the city will cities and small towns, of a following a raid late Tuesday cher elected, an elementary treasurer. ford County., She began her career The BEA awarded its first homes. Due to the licensing requirements SHEA'SGLASS
be able to purchase 50 per cent southwest "hippie"commune and afternoon by State and Federal was at New River, taught two two-year $200 scholarship to and strengthening of

more generating capacity. of a New Orleans bawdy housein agents, and Bradford County Four retiring teachers and one years at the old Woodlawn school, Jimmy Crosby, son of Mr. and other laws, however, only one
Reason for the proposed ex- Mardi Gras time. sheriffs deputies.The administrator honored at and spent the other 34 In Lawtey Mrs. James V. Crosby Starke. such mortgage foreclosure has
pansion Is that, according to Starring Peter Fonda, Dennis groundhog type still was the meeting. All received certificates Junior High and now LawteyEle- Crosby has announced an inten- been recorded here since last t 372-4315- 372-4351
found buried on the premisesat mentary. tion now to pursue a career In October 1.Licensing 1. IJI3 N.W. 4th Place
engineers' projections, the city Hopper and others, It is ratedR from the BEA and pre
will exceed the power plant's firm restricted. Smith's home, 1.10 miles west Gibson is retiring after 35 education. fees, now required Gaintivllt
of Starke SR-100. Destroyedon
capacity in 1971 at present rate Also scheduled at the Florida on .
the site two 370gallonstill
of Increase in electric power this Saturday afternoon Is "The were -
usage. Firm capacity Is the gen- Shakiest Gun In the West" star- pots, one 200-gallon still
erating power of the plant with ring Don Knotts, suggested for pot, and 425 gallons of mash.
Return date Is set for regular
Its largest engine, a 1,750 KW Mature Audiences.
Worthington, not functioning. Playing at the 301 Drive-In plea day In ContyJudge's Court, Terwillegar MotorsMONEYSAVING

Henann said It will take at Thursday, Friday and Saturdayare June

least 2-1/2 months to preparethe two new terror treats, 23.Personal

bonds and have them valid- "Beast of Blood, and "Curseof
ated. At any time after valida- the Vampires." Both are rat-

tion occurs the city will be In ed GP. Taxes Up
a position to authorize sale of A double feature Is scheduledat

the bonds, he said. the Drive-In Sunday through GAME
The fiscal agent also said that Wednesday. "Midnight Cowboy" 300 %

some effort will be made to which stars Dustin Hoffman and

sell the bonds at the most favorable John Voight Is rated X. Second In LawteyPersonal
market that can be foundin feature Is "A Man Called Gan-

today's period of high inter- non," starring Tony Franciosaand property tax assess-

est rates. Michael Sarrazin, Is sug- ments In Lawtey have tripled In
gested for Mature Audiences. the first tax roll prepared for the

Henann said he examined the town by Tax Assessor Gene Long

proposed expansion on the basis under the new state law. YOU BIG
Lake HomeRansacked
of whether the city can finance Personal taxes Jumped to m

a 3,000 KW engine and $105,100 from $26,400, an Increase -
comfortably undergo future expansions of $78,700 or about 300 v NEW

Even if a 3,000 KW, per cent. START
instead of 2.0UO KW as recom- Long said a large part of the I
Thieves ransacked a summer expertservice \
mended by city engineers,engineis home on Sampson Lake Increase in the Lawtey roll Is
added, an expansion would a- some- due to higher assessments on SIZE
time last Thursday night and
gain have to be made In 1973. "like to have cleaned the house public utility companies, plus HERE saves
But purchase of the the construction of a convenience
en- '
out, according to the Bradford '
gine is expected to postpone the grocery store. you money '
Deputy Sheriff John Dempsey.
70 % '
made the assessment
following expansion until 1978, Forty-three separate Items Long .
Instead of 1975 as predicted by under the new state law requir-
were stolen. Only things left were
engineers with their KW consolidation of tax
2,000 ing assess-
the stove, beds, the refrigerator,
ing and collecting under one
unit.Firm and commode, the deputy said. FALCON
does not increase the Lawtey tax-
power The home belongs to Gus Wynn agency, county.
with the newest engine, but with It payers, and those from all other We've
Is located a mile north of the YOU
the one purchased prior to the munlcipalltes In the county, will
Sampson trussel on the northeast
newest. Thus, when the 1971 expansion side of the lake. pay their county and city taxesat got the
is made, the firm capacity the office of Tax Collector
Stolen were all the dishes,
of the city plant will J.R. Kelly next The city's
go linens, cooking utensils, sewing year. WIN o r -ijjjJ'
up 1,750 KW, the capacity of plus machine other, bed items.covers, furniture, share of by Kelly.Comparision the taxes. will be remitted lowpricespread.

The house was entered by of Lawtey's 1969 No car so big
tax roll
personal property
forcing the lock on the front door. HERE
made possible by a list of tax- costs so little
JacksonvilleBusiness The Wynn's left the houseatnoon
Law- Mavericks
Thursday and returned about 10 payers provided Long by
City Clerk Ethel Reddish.
a.m. Friday to find the house
Long compared her last assess-
ransacked. to Fords :
Deputies have been patrollingthe ment his.
Other towns in the county did
lakes as much as possible,
not submit such lists, Long'soffice Move ahead 2
Dempsey said, since the theft spaces
of boat motors have been occurring says; therefore, no such

But there is simply too comparisons have been made.

DirectoryAuto much lake frontage to cover well property All personal assessments and real are estate sub- FORD PICKUPS TerwillegarMotors

the deputy said. The department's -
ject to appeal by the newly con-
biggest hope he
Is that someone will see the stituted Board of Adjustment NO. 1 IN SALESIn
Sales and Service thieves in action and report it composed of three county com-
missioners and two school board
to the Sheriff's Department.

Parrish Motors The Wynn home Is the only members. Starke and
one ransacked to such an extent -

Dempsey said Selective Service

SERVICE vox Bradford County I

PARTS Car Theft, Questions,

Always Good Used Can

til Laura St. Pb. 358-SS54 StrippingIs AnswersQuestion New Pick of thePickups f

special low
ChargedA : I am 17 years and
I 6 months old. My father has accepted prices onFalcons FORD
PEAVY Brother. II I employment In Chile with No.1 1 in salesAmerica's

-year-old truck driver, 1 the U.S. Government and we will

Electric Co., Jessie Vernon Griffis, has been I be moving there before I am 18. /r
arrested for possession of sto- I Can I register by mail?

Electric Motors\ len property In a case Involvingthe Mustangs _
Answer No. You must regis- ,
Sold Serviced Repaired theft and "stripping" of a :
Generators Starters Armature car 1 ter in person and must do soon Fords
4 your 18th birthday, or with- ,
Rewinding. Griffls is in Bradford County J in five days thereafter, with the
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 Jail under $5,000 bond. lie has I nearest United States Consulateor Ibrinos!

been granted a preliminary hear4 4 diplomatic officer in Chile.

PIANOS ing by County Judge Theron Yawn, classification is
Question My
but no date had been set Tuesday.
low before the appeal board.s No.l
YAMAHA PIANOS Bradford Chief Deputy Sheriff J there any guarantee a decision We give you -j

CONN and KIMBALLORGANS Dolph Reddish also chargedthe will be reached there before -=-SED Vacation Machine
I told to down for
man with having an Improper am come more your '
'or Induction? ,, /
license tag and with no valid

Inspection sticker. INFLATION C old car. '
Answer: Local boards will not .. :; iU ,
Griffis, a Morgan Road resldI ssue an order for a registrant FIGHTING '
dent, appeared before Judge Yawn t a report for Induction during the ON more in a

Monday and pleaded not guilty, period: In which he can take CARS',TOO
to all three charges. in appeal or during the period new car
such an appeal is pending. If Go ahead 2 spaces
The case involves the theft of a in. order to report for Induction Skip 3 spacesTERWILLEGAR
a car on May\ 9 In Jacksonville ti las been Issued during that time, LTD Country Squire
KIMBALL "SWINGER" After a lengthy Investigation,acI t must be cancelled.
ORGANS cording to Deputy Reddish, the
Question Under what clrcum-
Roosenl&lall31188511: trail led to Griffls' home where :
s tances may a local board de-
the engine, transmission and
c late a registrant to be delln-
radio from the stolen car were
WESTERN STORE found in a 1957 Chevrolet owned q[uent? MOTORS

by Griffls.
Answer: Whenever a registrantas

LITTLE DUDE The car was brought to Brad- failed to perform any duty or
duties required of him under
ford County and stripped. The
S''elective service law other than
Western Store
frame of the vehicle, Reddish
said, was taken to Baker County :tie duty to comply with an order Your Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford
3 report for Induction or the
Western Clothing LeaLner- and burned. d,uty to comply with an order to
And Union Counties
good. Saddles and Trailer EZERASE TYPEWRITER' T eport for civilian work,the local
Charles & Sharon Pettypot
board: declare him to be
a Edjfwwood, SA4-1J1 Paper Notebook Fillers. dl elinquent.may a 206 West Madison St. Phone 964.7200 Starke Fla.Bond I
Bradford County Telefripb.

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rf BPOE Nails Bantam League Rec Rebels Win First Half

I Community { LAWTEYBy Tie, Needs One Win For Title Of Men's Softball League HAMPTON
f I II
E.... Blancbird By Mr*. D. K: BO
Results of Games Friday June The Plaza finished the nrst
I STANDINGSBPOE 8-2, S.D. Rebels 5. Starke Utilities 0. J6 J ,
12.POLICE 6-4. Police 4-5-1, Coke 1-8-1. half on a winning note downing
The Rebels became the first

I News I II CHURCH Grace United ACTIVITIES methodist: Sunday Police Dept.7, COKE picked 1 1.up its fourth 18-SCf 6:30: DULE-BPOE va Thursday Police. June half league League champs Softball in Men'sRecnatlon when Lawtey Plaza 14-3.had 19 hits and scored Additional from last IfitJ: week's graduates news omitted as-
i j i ii win of the season by Dennis
School 9:45 a.m., Worship handing Saturday June 20-Final games they trimmed the Utilities team in almost every i n1ng being from Hampton are Arlene
services 11 and 8 Coca Cola a 7-1 loss In Bantam Pollock three-for-four for
a.m. pjn. 6:30 So. Discount vs Police; 8 5-0 last Tuesday. was Rudolph and Elaine Youngblood.Rosle .

i! By Elizabeth Glvenn Walker .! MYF First 7 p.m.Baptist: Sunday School League The Police baseball.boys rapped Coe.spitching / p.m. Coke vs BPOE. The win was number 12 for two-for-three the winners. Johnny for the Brown losers.was Sprague New received her BS ,
in Hampshire
the Rebels in nursing ,
against a single loss.
-- -- hard, getting eight base
-- -w1A- --- 9:45: a.m., Worship services 11 POLICE DEPT 2, according to word
Each last month
a.m. and 8 p.m.. Training Union hits, scoring three runs In the SOUTHERN DISCOUNT 0 team intlilegamehadoNyseven Cunningham Gulf 12, Profs 10.
RECREATION NEW? Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sin- 7 p.m. Midweek services first, one each in the second The Police Dept. scored two hits with the key to the The league's secondplaceteam received from her ,by Mrs.
Practice is heW Monday day School. 9-43.: Morning Ser Wednesday 8 p.m. and fourth and two in the fifth. Rebels win being base running Jumped out in front of the Profs Lillian Ingenlath. Spragueis
runs In the first Inning and then Eddie Ingenlath
and Thiursday of Oatdt 'week: vice at 10:45.: BTU, 5 p.m. Bl- Church of God: Sunday School Dale Haas[ continued to hit the held off the Discount team for and once again, good defense. leading 12-3 at one time before the widow of in ,
for Little League: R V IaU ftt Ible Study Is MId tonight) 10 a.m., Worship services II ball well getting two doublesin The Rebels allowed only one almost blowing the game In the who was killed an elevator
a 2.0 upset win Tuesday,June 9. batter to reach base via accident in Gainesville when they
5:00: p.m. Thursday at 7:30.: All members a.m. and 7:30: p.m., YPE Thursday three trips. David GaInes was The win by Police avenged two errors. late 1m+thes.
Practice for Girls "MaU Is and friends are invited to>> 7:30: p.m.Highland the winning pitcher allowing only earlier losses to Discount and The city; team was in the game The Profs outhlt the Gulf team lived here some Lord years and ago.
all the way, put men in scoring Mrs. Harriett daughters -
and two singles.
held each Tuesday attend, Church conference BaptlatSundaySchool 10-9.
< also gave ff.PlO.E.: : the undisputed positions several times but Kathy and Jackie, of Martngouln -
Thursday at 5 p.m.11 boy!' 'will be held Sa'turdlay' niM.June 9:45 a.m.,' Worship services 11 B.P.O.E. 2, SOUTHERN DISCOUNT league lead. were Final Standings of First Hall
visited here
.and girls!' Interested In participatinjr 21, at 7:30.: All members am'and 7:30 p.m.. Prayer meet- 1 1. Police Dept. collected only two the unable to push the runs across Rebels 12-1, Cunningham 11-2 with Mr., La.andMra.CeraldAdklna.Friday
In either *f l Uieao are at ked to plea!'a attend t.h1IJImponta.nt Ing Wednesday 7:30pmfollowed This was a big game for both hits off the pitching of Dana plate. Plaza 9-5, Utilities 5-7, W DIx- Mr. and Mrs.Vincent McKinney
Invited to the prac mftetm. by choir practice. clubs. Discount needed it to stay ie 5-8, Mad. St. 4-9.
games are In contentlon-- Elks Padgett, both came In the first Madison Street 5, Winn Dixie and children moved last weekend
tlce at the RJE field. Mt. Pisgah AME Church.: needed it
inning Deon Brown led off the from their home in Hampton to
Instructional bas batl ses- Rev. George Young, pastor.Activities PERSONALS to assure themselves of at leasta Inning with a double, David Gaines 4.Madison Street SCHEDULEThursday ,
Wlnn Dixie
Recent visitors of Mrs. H.C. share of first place] --and this edged June 18- 8:00 Rebels Mrs -
ion will start soofl. Mease aa follows: drew a walk both runners advanced 5-4 in a men's Softball George Williams spent
did.BPOE. game
'Wnteh.Ithe paPeR tor announcement. Saturday 'fibs church 1M Wainwright were Mr. and Mrs. they via a passed ball, and vs Lawtey; 9:15 Profs vs Indep. ]asttveeklnJacksornilieMth
which 11 Tuesday
only hits six
saw by
edged the
O.M. Sanders Sr. of Chattanooga league's sec Friday, June 198:00: Plaza
:sponsoring a trip by chartered after the next batter was retired her mother Mrs. H.B.
the church
team, five by the
All teenagers are eske to Greyhound. Bus to WaeMwat- Tenn. Also visiting this week ond place team 2-1 moving their Dale Haas doubled and drove losers. vs Mad. St.[ ; 9:15: Utilities vs "
record to 8-2 while SD,1a <-
observe the center schedule the Springs, for the. Junor! are the three granddaughters, six and four Each team now has In both Brown and GaInes and Greg Riherd led the winners C. Cuff 228:00 Inde- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Howard of
Lisa Jacksonville
Denese and Cathy of Monday June
follows Monday to< Friday Church and Choir. that ended the scoring. Jacksonville visited Mr.and
as : two games remaining to be played with two hits; Joey Dampier had pend. Lawtey 9:15: Profi Mrs.
and Smiurctay l a- will\ bert Eddie Nolls then went to workto vs ; Gerald Mrs. JJE.
4-6:30: Friday Sunday services Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Durban and BPOE can claim the championship two for the losers. vs Plaza. Adklns Adktns
ll School at 10 protect the lead his team- and Mrs. 'Grace Beal
p.m.GIRL with Sunday a.m. Sunday.
with just
win Madison
announce the arrival of a son, one or Tuesday June 238:00:
SCOUT NEWS Morning service alt 11: fivwv Dewey Edward on June 14 at one Discount loss. mates had provided for him and Results Thursday, June 11- St. vs Utilities 9:15: Rebelsvs Mr. and Mrs Wilton Hart and
Parents are asfced to< lease tag service 8 ?.m. Visitor Alachua General Hospital in Thaleagueleadersecoredthelrtwo although he allowed six hits, Plaza Lodge 14, Lawtey 3. C. Gu1LColonial ; son Roy moved last ,week into
cooperats with the firte in always welcome. Gainesville. The paternal grand runs the first time they came they were well spaced and no their trailer located on the west
each activity for success. The Plans are 1n the matotngj for mother Is Mrs. H.C. Wainwright to bat on a lead off hit by Bob- Southern Discount runner advanced side of the DeWaters property;

Scouts need your u&pott) W the annual Women's Day activities Lawtey, and Mrs. Sadie Lott, of by Patterson a walk to Kevin Nolls struck further out than six second and base.displayed Colonial, Norman's Tied For LeadIn Mrs. Hart !is the daughter of Mr.
transportation in'., wiaUng; which terminals July KIngsley Lake, is the maternal Kelly and back-to-back hits by ] and Mrs. Lester McCullough.
trips! Please contact\tins> lead.. 19. All members ere asked to grandmother.Mrs. Keith Kelly and Tommy Wise. ; good control walking only Women's League Softball Mark Bruno 12, son of Mr.and

er lor information. Meetings' please cooperate with' this activIty Don Denton and child- BPOE managed only one hit one.Dana Padgett bra losing effort Play Mrs. Arthur Bruno Just finished
are held each Tu day at :3pm. I ren spent the week in Boynton after that but the damage was seventh grade here with a perfect
extremely well, allowing
at Allen ChAjrci l AME New Hope Baptist Church'', Beach visiting relatives.Mr. done. The losers had six hits only the two hits, walked- Colonial Florist and Norman's scored eight tune attendance-not Just, for this
Church Rev. L. W. Moses pastor Sun and Mrs. John Morrisof and threatened to pull the game only two, and struck out 10 bat Farm are both owners of 5-1 in the first two innings to coastto year but since he started kinder
CIIURCII NEWS Jay! School 10 a..nMornlnll Jackson Ala. were visiting out in the last inning but a ters. Police had only four play league records each has, defeated the win. Sheryl Ward led the garten in Miami, he has never
Greater BethtehDm i fW Will Worship which! -will terminate Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Priest and great spear of a line drive by ers to reach base and this was the other once, and they meet winners at the plate with a four- been late or absent his parents
Baptist Church RW, Jasper services for the daywin ,beheld Lamar from Friday to Tuesday. Keith Kelly ended the threat. in the first Inning. Southern Discount again Friday, June 19, at 7:30 for-flve performance. sayl Congratulations!
Williams pastor gjntiay' &: 'at 11 a.m. On Sunday they all visited Mr. Wise was two-for-three for had nine base runners and p.m. at Pratt Street Playground. Standings- Colonial Florist & Mrs. Joel Smith of Jacksonville
and Mrs. Ernest WUllams and the winners and was also the RESULTS FRIDAY, JUNE 12 Norman's 5-1 Koch and Mrs. Gerald Adklns
regular pastoral: dais' Sunday The Baby Contest ternilxV"B'ted \" ]left them all stranded on base. ; Drugs 2-4. of
family In Wellborn. winning pitcher. Donnie Thomasand Norman's 6, Koch Drugs 5. Hurst Shell 0-6. Hampton attended the showerfor
School at 9:30.: Morning ser las Sunday. ''with AntonlaTrtgas Raymond Whittle was two-for-
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Dana Padgett were two-tor Normans after Jumping off to SCHEDULEBeginning Friday Miss Sherry Wood, fianceeof
vice at 11. Leagu 0t 4 p.m. winner frith $201. and three to lead Southern Discount.
At 8 pm. CommenCfTViojit, ex Felltla Lorine Slccum followed! Dobbs during the weekend were three for the losers._ an early 4-0 lead found them- June 19, all women's games-will Emory Prevatt at the
Mr. Dobbs' brother and sister- selves trailing 5-4 going into the be played at Pratt Street Christian Church in Starke last

ercises will fcs held (for the with $35.17. We trratefultor .-
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lester 'and Mrs. Cora Hodges in Jacksonville Pony LeagueTo bottom of the fourth 1nnIng of Friday evening. Mrs Calvin
Vacation Bible School l wWchj the .support of our friends. < during the weekend. Richard and Toye of Ocala spent
Dobbs, of Gainesville. Women League Softball play. Friday June 19-7:30 Norman's
.Star' been In session for Mils Open PlayThe
Greater AME
Allen Chapel Vlsltng Mrs. Charlie Manning' Monday through Wednesday here
Mrs. Joyce Futch is at home Norman's scored in that inningto vs Colonial, 9 p.m. Koch vs
week. All weekly Activitieswere Church' ,' Rev. C. E.. Jenkins for the summer.vacation. !on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Pony Baseball League, for tie at 55.Neither Hurst Shell this week with the Adklns and
dHcontinvud XinitU' JI ext pa!itor.! Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford Kenneth Green, son and daugh- Tues- team could score again Tuesday they drove to Jackson
week, There !1S; only d deflation Sunday! SrhooT, 10 am., and Mrs. Lois Carter were visiting ter of Fernandlna( Mr. and Mrs. joys June 13.15, got underway until in the bottom of the ville.
given for Bible S >Ql. No Morning servFe rest 11. The ( in Jacksonville on Sunday.J J Martin Padgett of MaxvlUe, Mr. Jay The, 16. Is composed) of sixth when with two outs Nor- Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill attended
Special' charg". Diners: will Choir TTn'on' will !be held at Mrs. O.J. Phillips has returned 'and Mrs. Russell Davis Starke-- ilx teams league Starke 0). Keystone man's pushed across the winning 1h Old 1 r nth the wedding of Miss Patti Kline
: ::
,ibe sold from the kUc&sJi Sat. Macclenny . Hawthorne OJ.) and run. Soar! in Plant City; Saturday.
urday. are asked to please caoperate brother-in-law and sister Mr. ville spent the week. ,Lake Butler (2). Koch's had only six hits, led v- 1I 1 Wendy Hill was a bridesmaid
Ebenezer, Baptist Church 'with' this activity.: and Mrs. L.H. Hlnote, in Miami Mr. and Mrs. Warren ;Push of Games will be played each by HettyBennett'atwo-for-three; I for Miss Kl1ne.Thursday visitorsat
While there '.she visited her ;AusteH, Ga. visited Mr.and Mrs. 'Tuesday] and Saturday with game Norman's rapped 13 hits. Vickie 1)\) : the Hill home were Ginger

-.- ----- --- nephew Lee Hlnote, and familyat Eugene Starling and ,,family J times of 8 P.m. on Tuesday McKinney was three-for-three and Barbara Jones and, Kathy
Scoring. Thursday to Sunday. and Carolyn Redding three-for- O Alloy of Fernandlna Beach.
and 4 Saturday.
p.m. I
Neroa And Activities From Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Dinkins Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosier Due to the fact that the'recreation four. r- Visiting here this week with
I of St. Petersburg spent Sunday 'and son Robert and his son of : ball fields are used Colonial 23, Hurst Shell 2, I (t\ ,?It :the K.B. Wattersons were Mr.
afternoon with Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Colonial Florist had little and Mrs. Frank Hardln
his grandparents, just the on dlf.[ ofacksonvUle.
constantly: games "Patience
THE is
CENTERREC. 'and Mrs. James Rosier Four you j .
Mr. and Mrs. P.L. DtnMns. Saturday> will be played; in.tarke. acuIty downing Hurst Shell 23- admire
in the
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grlffls I'generations together, on Sunday ; ,2 in five innings. ,I behind.
DEPT. SU\II: ):jtPLAYGROVJIO star, u -11:30: a.m. Toe aicer* and Mr. and Mrs. Malnes Grlffls ...... -r---...............________:V'J-jvi-v_; ::_ ;_. '_*.. ------ .you but not in the one ahead.

,; PROGRAst: noon ;program for boys and and their families of Palatka '.. ......
OPENS,; MONDAY, Jl:>t S:: 23 girls ages 7121IJ.1' .l open at were Sunday visitors of Mrs. :. rte erorrrfRSts .
The SU 'ke RcreatlorDe: | 1:30 and close) at 8 pjn. each Nell Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy Boch 4. .. stet .
paitmeit: will conduct,;, 16'iX day Beverly- MsRiae will beth and Lynn. 4. ., I. MMnMBMMMI'. "
'week Summer Playground' playground director Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye and : : \ .:;.. .1

PI'OirQrttMonC'dY' through)\ :Fnl6aj. Pam spent the weekend in Tallahassee 4 i .,,
beginning MOl dnY. June ,TINY TOT PROGriXM""' r and attended FSU Com:' : ; ;: i

22 31.The, and cnJini Frlel1JIllY' OPENS The Tiny MONDAY Tot pt'ogram'00 JUNK ,23 mencement Degree C. Tye"Jr in' Business:on received Sunday Management.when his! John B.S. ,:'... 'F X.T" '' '"f.-.". i: :'R' S" DAYVlS :

program will t>e :set up boys and girls] ages 4.; 9 and 6 Mr. and .. ai .
Mrs. Jason
with RctlvltlsB scheduled\ alt :years ""will open' Monday June were also In attendance.I I: : : JUNE 21st ;
regular times each, A: y. How 22, and operate'! through July Mr and Mrs. John i' 4i::
C. Tye
ever, this scnedjleJl' ) ] b& 91.The Jr., will be residing In the Not- : Remember Him i 'with Gift of Comfort
flexible to allow the addition:\ activities will !be held ttngham Apt., University; Blvd In a :
of programs in which, the at the Pratt Stree't' Center and Jacksonville.Mr. .

youngsters Indicate: I lti terest; playground Monday through and Mrs. Ed Roberts and I t' V ..

The summer prolJttllJwin/ Friday 9-11:30: am. Registration sons are at home here from .. ,
operate Monday through >Pri- for the:: program! 'will beheld Miami for the summer "
day -with the morning :Jjomrs' Friday, June 19, at the Mrs. Bill Wilson daughters From KROEHLER I
devoted to the Tiny 'tot chil Center. 9 a.m.-noon. are visiting Mrs. Beulah Nor- .

man for a couple of weeks. '; .
-- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dyal and .

son of DalevUle, Ala. spent the .

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home weekend Dye and with Mrs.Mr.Loma and Mrs.Moseley.Leo NAUGAHYDE Rocker Recline with ROCKER hems MODERN JUMBO 3-WAY :.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Jr. .
vibrator. 3 way action. Full. Attached pillow back .
and children are spending two foam ova spring
STARKE weeks at KIngsley Lake and the 4 rat 100% Naug- $9995 over Rolled arm, foam. :
spring Mat.Heavy
Senior Moores are visiting with 4 ,ahy d. cover. Many S9RC
-I'llONE. '", 9S4G200KEYSTONE them part of the time. Mr. and : spina' 100% grained
Mrs. Chuck Moore of Lake City; COMPARE AT$1 19.85 Neugahyde I
and Mrs. Danny Thompson of cover. Black Olive.
HEIGHTS Jacksonville and son Kevin spent : Oxblood. $OO88
Sunday with the family. :
,I'MONE 47.1-3176: 41 .-.. ..
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Chamber Drive Lt. Turlington Junior Miss

For Members II Armed Forces New About II CommissionedRichard Fib Contest Set LET

'Gratifying'Mae OUR SERVICEMEN I Turlington graduated i 4 By FiremenThe

Baldwin president of the __ .___ on May 28 from Field Artillery; 1
-- --- O. a
Starke-Bradford County Cham- Officers Candidate School Fort first annual Fireman1:
ber of Commerce announcedthis Army Chaplain Major) Leonard Sill, Okla., and was commissioned Bummer Festival! sponsored
week that the recent mem- T. Melton, son of Mr. and a second lieutenant In the U.S. ty \the Bradford County Vol.
bership drive had been most Mrs. Lonnie L. Melton, Star Army. He returned to Fort Sill unteer Fire Department will
c gratifying. This month's Boardof Route. Hampton recently was last week after spending a leaveat be staged Saturday July- 25,
Governors meeting served as graduated from the 34-week home. at the Pratt St. Playground.f .
a "Kick-off for the drive and chaplain officer advanced courseat Lt. Turlington expects to be
board members were briefed and the U.S.Army Chaplain School transferred soon to a helicopter Serving Florida
given a pep talk by Membership Ft Hamilton, N.Y. pilot training school. He Is the KpUrht ( the festival will Since 1950
Chairman B.F. Mlzell. General James K. Woolnough. son of Mr. and Mrs. Carson be a contest to crown tbe 1970 \
Members of the Board of Gov- commanding general of the U.S. Turlington of Deland formerly junior was BCVFD. This I I Sfnc.
nors participating were: B.F. Continental Army Command at of Starke. Trooper Turlingtonwas contest will to open to all female 191d3 greeting oervtce,

Mlzell Maxie Carter Jr., B. Ft. Monroe. Va., was the grad- stationed here with the High within residents the of Bradford of four .........-.. I lfl! ...........................................
Wayne Whiffen, John Sanders uation Speaker way Patrol and later transferredto County axes
O.E. Pearson Jack Hazen The advanced course Is designed Deland. They still spend weekends to 12. 1\\ H'w'
George Roberts Gus Kopelousos to prepare chaplains for I at their home on Forsyth ",w,, ,.,"'
Art Schulz, Brian Hamilton, and staff supervisory assignments The 'winner! 'will be decided Mrs. Carolyn ;, CordiallyWecomes
Baldwin. A total of 16 new mem- the Army. The curriculum Is Road.4H Sty the number of votes (pennies Eaves r
berships and six resubscrlptlons predominately military and Includes ProgramIs ) he collects. The contest Representative
obtained by the board mem- Lt. Maruca !
were subjects ranging from officially opens Thursday Ph. 964-5812
bers. Gene Pearson led the field psychological counseling and financial l O Broadened, Receives Master'sDegree June 18, and will end Friday: You and Your
with six new members with John management to commandand.QUproceduresandspec ToldThe July 24, at S p.m. 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your
Sanders was a close second ob- Rotary At MSU Starke New Home ,
taining live subscriptions. warfare operations. Airman Susan M. Salazar ,
President.Baldwin stated that Chaplain Melton received his daughter of Mrs. Dorothy W.Sal- changing Image of the 4-H Registration bocks may' be
he was most appreciative of the B.A. degree In 1953 from Stetson azar of Rt.2Starkehasreceived Club program iras discussed at Michael A. Maruca, a 1964 acquired at the Pnaltt St. Reo.. The State of Florida
efforts of those Involved In tak- University, Deland, Fla.,and her first U.S. Air Force duty; assignment the Rotary Club last reek by graduate of Bradford High Sch- Center. The Junior. Miss Winner
ing time from their business to his B.D. degree In 1961 from after completing basic Bobby Taylor, assistant county ool and a 1969 graduate of Mur- : will receive $21 savings It Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and
help with this drive. He also on New Orleans (La.) Baptist Theological training at Lackland AFB Tex. agricultural extension agent. ray State University, Murray, bond. All participants! In the To Aquaint You With Your City.If .
behalf of the Board of Governors College. The airman has been assignedto The speaker said that 4-H Clubs Ky., received his Ma.ter.otArts contest will receive a trophy.
extends a hearty; welcome to a unit of the Aerospace Defense were originally slanted toward degree on June 6 from MSU.
these new members and those Command at Duluth Inter- boys and girls with farm back- During the past year Maruca you are new In the area, a phone
resubscriblng to the Chamber: vage and Winkler Electric. national Airport, Minn., for grounds, but that In recent years taught classes at the University will attend 19 weeks of training
Bush's Sporting Goods & Gulf Baldwin also announced that the training and duty In the admin- the program has broadened to while working toward his at the Quartermaster School and call will hrlng you a prompt visit

Service Bradford Feed, Inc.. first annual president's Luncheon istrative Held.Airman Include: other Interests. Taylor Master's Degree. He was com- then proceed to Fort Bragg, local Please give
Starke Motor Court. Williams will be held at 12 noon,Thursday Salazar, a graduate of said that the new 4-H Horse missioned as an officer In the N.C. for his next assignment. from lour
Jewelry, Mrs. L.K. WhItehead & July 2, at Holiday Inn.The"Dutch Bradford County; High School,attended Club had been particularly popular U.S. Army upon graduation from His wife Martha also receivedher her call! has and many
Son, Robert L. Scott Richard Treat" luncheon will feature a Santa Fe Junior CollegeIn with the young people. MSU In June 1969, and will begin Master's Degree on June 6 a She maps
Carter, Mtlo Smith Mlllard'M. brief presentation by DeWitt Gainesville.Her Taylor said there was a need active duty; assignment at Fort from MSU. She taught classes at free and wonderful gifts for you
Jordan, Thompkins Grocery, Dawkins, Chairman of the Com- address Is AMN Susan for adult volunteers In providing Lee In Petersburg Va. on June the University last year: while
Massey Gulf Service, Reese mittee of 100 of the JacksonvilleArea Salazar 343 Combat Support leadership for the various programs 29. working toward her degree. from:local businesses.
Scott. Vogue Mfg. Co., Inc.. L.B. Chamber of Commerce.All Squadron, Duluth I.A.P., Duluth and asked that anyone While at Fort Lee. Lt. Maruca
(Red) Alvarez, Noegel's 301 Res- Chamber members are urged to Minn. 55814. with a little time and a special
i i te i i *i i i p p
taurant, Bobby L. Taylor Foster attend this Informative meeting. skill In any field get In touch
Shi Smith, W.H. Edwards, Jr., Members have been asked to with him if willing to assistIn
Dr. J.W. Patray. Jr.. and Wood- make reservations by calling the U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant the 4-H Club activities.The .
burns Gem Jewelry. Hardy Sal- Chamber office. Harley R. Hartley whose wife speaker was Introducedby How About This !ISet

Jane Is the daughter of Mr. J.H. DuPre, who had chargeof
and Mrs. Robert L. Smith of the program

.... 1, Sea; _.k..... has arrived for
duty; at Robins AFB, Ga. Cane Pole LicenseEnforcement aside monthly an amount that you wish -

KNOW YOUBFURNITURE I Sgt.finance Hartley specialist Is an with accountingand a unit For 15 Years Followed by withdrawal of the

} of the Air Force Logistics Command Slow At First same Monthly amount for 15 Years -
which provides suppliesand
R- equipment for USAF units.

c.. The sergeant, who previously Enforcement of Florida's new
,''A served at Homestead AFB, Fla., expanded fresh water fishing license You Have More Left Than You Have Saved
Is a 1964 graduate of Bradford law, which now Includescane
County; High School. He has com- pole fishermen, will likely
n By BILL'.1VILS01I': .{, pleted a tour of duty In Vietnam. be "low-key" at first, accord-
.. Ing to Dr. Earle Frye, head of EXAMPLE: $100 PER MONTH

? the Game & Fresh Water Fish
Commission.The .
FRIVOLOUS CAPRICIOUS, Navy Petty Officer Second new $3 fresh water fish 15 YEARS OF SAVING 15 YEARS OF WITHDRAWING

p THIS WAS LOUIS XVFontainebleau Class Marlon A. Payne Jr., son ing licenses went on sale Monday,
of Mr. and Mrs. Marion A. Payneof and for the first time those who Earning Earning
t A1101XI
Bessent Road Starke participated fish with cane poles,even In their '.ar maud Add.d Total'n/' y..r Withdrawn Add.d Total In
A' In exercise "Exotic Dan county of residence, must buy No. Y.arly, Whll. At. No. Yearly hen Whll. Aaaunl
: cer m" while serving aboard them. Saving Withdrawing

D in 1715, was ablaze with ; Ik i the amphibious assault ship USS Exempted are children under
'4. chandeliers, glitteringly reflected in ball- i" Guadalcanal, homeported at Nor- 15 and residents over 65, or 1 1200.00 32.88 1,232.88 1 1,200.00 1,327.05 26920.84
fork Va."Exotic. welfare who fish In
'Ig, room mirrors. Guests attired in shiny r., Dancer in! was a persons their home county; with cane 2 1,200.00 95.68 2,528.56 2 1200.00 1,333.51 27054.35
't : \
satins and brocades three-week Joint service train- Those welfare who leave
poles. on
l' 3 1,200.00 161.70 3,890.26 3 1,200.00 1.340.33 27,194.68 \
thronged the palace i exercise esti-
Ing Involving an their county to fish elsewhere
'0( playing cards and fiat mated 60,000 Navy, Marine must pay the license. 4 1,200.00 231.07 5,321.33 4 1,200.00 1,347.47 27,342.15
'Ji{!. dancing the .Em.i.tA r Corps, Army and Air Force support Passage of the "cane pole bill"
peror's reception.This ikc troops, operating againstan was a hot Issue during the 1970 5 1,200.00 303.97 6,825.30 5 1,20Q.OQ, 1,354.98 27,497.13 .
: .
opposing force of additional legislative session. Opponents .1 "
r.* France, under Louis ; Atlantic >command units off the charged that It' would amountto h 6 1,200.00 380.60 8,405.90 6 1,26000 1,362.87 27,660.00
coast of North Carolina. a tax on persons who fish
.. XV and his uncrowned J to put food on the table.In 7 1,200.00 461.11 10,067.01 7 1200.00 1,371.18 27,831.18
E! queen, Mad. +' defense of the new law,
8 1,200.00 545.75 11,812.76 8 1,200.00 1,380.03 28,011.21
de .
lime Pompadour.It Frye said that $1 from each

was an era of grandeur Wynn Specialist, 21, whose Four parents Tommy Mr.H. license sold will go Into a spe- 9 1,200.00 634.68 13,647.44 9 1,200.00 1.389.07 28,200.28
m ij ; furniture of Couch .b.dd..len.dforp'f cial fund that will pay for Improvement -
and Mrs. Ossle Wynn, and wife
,; the period was feminine an alcove o f Elisabeth, live on Route,Starke of fresh water fish 10 1,200.00 728.15 15,575.59 10 1,200.00 1,398.69 28,398.97
These dollars In turn will
ing. ,
and In.
ornate. .
recently received the Army Com- generate federal matching funds, 11 1,200.00 826.38 17,601.97 11 1,200.00 1,407.77 28,606.74
!'k1 laid woods, exquisite : mendation Medal while serving he said.
'" l China and fine tap. with the 185th Maintenance Bat. 12 1,200.00 929.62 19,731.59 12 1200.00 1419.41 28,826.15
e,tries were all part of the extravagance ': talion In Vietnam.
o i of the time. .1 Spec. Wynn earned the award 13 1,200.00 1,038.11 21,969.70 13 1,200.00 1,430.59 29,056.74
for meritorious service as a beginning
N Psychologists are 14 1,200.00 1,152.13 24,321.83 14 1,200.00 1,442.34 29,299.08
}' truck driver In the to think that a man's hand
'J, Maintenance Support Company -
writing tells a lot about his 15 1,200.00 1,271.96 26,793.79 15 1,200.00 1,454.66 f29,553.74
i BadcockJEUKNITUIUE character. In our case, that
rt means we are Indecipherable.
OAt lha .nd of .ach year. tMor. than you lov.d itlll In account
Army Specialist Four Gary D. A science note tells us that afar 1 15 y.ar of withdrawal.
and m Waters, 22, whose parents, Mr. fish evolved 400 million years These figures are projected| at 5% a year, compounded quarterly.

and Mrs. James L. Waters and ago, which may explain why
wife, Beth, live In Lawtey recently they are smarter than mere
5, f This /.. the Twenty-Third I.in a Serie) ,KJ;" was assigned as a line- fishermen.
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more successful/ than other '
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Medal while serving with f -** ,
Sycamore the 1st Signal Brigade near Long 3 years 194.51 319.03 513.60 771.0S 972.63 1945.13 3190.26 4.....
BInh, Vietnam. I
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years 1
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a ; a wire communications engineerIn
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captain's wife, Mary lives
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RED CREPE MYRTLE N.D., where he now serves with Mil
the 319th Armament Munitions
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of Wellsvllle (Ohio) High c .
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1933 Wilkens Ave., Bal- The House of Sayings aTAARSnaDAIXS1
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Seven Proposed AmendmentsTo

I 'Feast Of Belshazzar Artist >- Be Voted On In NovemberThe

; :.; .
",,.., .1 fate of. seven proposed sewage before pumping the effluent -
In St. .r "h
Becomes. Legend Petersburg amendments to the State Constitution .into rivers and lakes is
- - LLI will be decided by. Florida -' estimated at from $1.8 to $2.5
.., billion.
voters in November -
Additional oil paintings by Mrs. was ownea by J.T. Quigley and of the Book of Daniel 236 rev- jungle setting stored In a friend's ,..'". election. general A fourth amendment would allow -
Stuart Fletcher who cheated her hung In Ms Gospel Tabernacleon elers feasting and drinking at garage. The friend gave Five of the proposals were voters to determine whether -
iil-fated masterpiece "The South Cherry Street in Starke the court of Belshazzar as the the painting for Ms trouble,amend approved by the 1970 Legislature, member of the Florida
Feast of Belshazzar." at the until destroyed by a mysteriousfire handwriting "Me-ne. Me-ne. he was later offered $2,000 for and two met approval at the House should serve four-year
age of 80, have recently come wMch burned the buildingin Te-kel" appears on the wall. it by a St. Petersburg art deal- 1969 session. terms instead of the present
to light according to a story 1964. Mr. QuIgley had report- According to the St. Petersburg The most controversial of the two-year tenure."
In the May 25 issue of the St. edly refused $25,000 for the remarkable Times story a young man. er.Stocksdale's curiosity. was a- lot is the proposal to give persons The fifth proposed amend
Petersburg Times. painting which depicteda Rick Stocksdale found the painting roused by stories or legends between the ages of 18 and ment would If endorsed by voters -'
The huge 12 by 25-foot"Feast" scene from the fifth chapter of two handsome lions. in a about Mrs. Fletcher and be 21 the right to vote. It was prohibit the sale of state-

tracked down every source of) I okayed for a spot on the ballot owned submerged lands unless
information available about her only after the House of Representatives the sales were in the public interest -

in St. Petersburg her former won, over Senate objections -
borne. the fight to put another The two proposed amendments
ti5 According to the Times story proposed amendment on the November which were approved by the 1969
Mrs. Fletcher was a recluse, ballot giving majority Legislature but held for presentation -
dlttarl&l often not leaving her house for rights to persons between the in the November elect-
periods of as much as two years.In ages of 18 and 21. lion, affect the state Judicial
a newspaper Interview before The definition of "majority system, and certain property; tax
her death she was quoted as saying rights" isn't as clear as "voting restrictions on school districts.
"You won't believe me, butI rights" but some observers The Judiciary proposal would
haven't been Inside a store for think the amendment might have simplify Florida's court system
the last 30 years. If s not so the effect of repealing many by abolishing certain courts and
Unscreened Junkyards much that I'm afraid of peopleas If not all, of the nearly 100 transferring their functions to
IllegalChambers that I am devoted to my laws currently restricting the other existing Judicial bodies and ;
work to the exclusion of everything rights of persons under 21. would also standardize the court
else." A third amendment on the November systems, In the various counties
of Commerce of 15 North way Is obscured \>y natural objects The self-trained CMcago-born ballot will authorize the of the state.
planting or fences on his properly artist broke into the news again H state to Issue $100 million year- The other 1969 proposal would
Florida counties, Including Bradford, line as herein defined. In January 1940 when she com ly in bonds to help finance Improved allow school boards to levy taxesIn '. .
will meet in Lake City next Thursdayto pleted "The Feast." As reported sewage treatment facilities excess of the constitutional

discuss ways and means of"cashingIn" at that time, ". the picturewas 1 in Florida cities. Improper ten-mill ceiling for as long as
on the increased tourist trafficin "A fence constructed under the pro- so well proportioned that sewage disposal Is considered a ten years for purposes of financing -

this part of the state when the new visions of this act shall be kept in you feel as If you were In the major cause of water pollution school construction if
big banquet room with the Egyptians in and total voters approve the extra mil-
good order and repair, and any ad- Florida the cost
Disney World Is completed and opento "
Assyrians and Jews. It lage.
vertisement thereon shall be of Improving treatment of raw:
In the Orlando regulated _
the public area. was said to have required four _
by chapter 479. The road board shall years of 'hard work to complete. Crown Council

It Is difficult to Imagine the tremen- have the power to promulgate rules There is some discrepancy Oil painting of handsome pair of lions, by Mrs. Stuart State Stamp ,. .

dous stimulus that this great attraction and regulations governing the location, however in stories relating how Fletcher, was recently found stored in St. Petersburg: To Plan For Tax Jumps,

will provide for the entire state, and construction, planning and materialsof Mrs.undertake Fletcher this' difficult was inspired projectat to Disney World County Slumps

some of the benefits are bound to rub fence, living or otherwise. such an advanced age. According jpective and her deft handling of time, over a period_of .three;

off on North Florida since the mil- to the published inter- proportion, although she never years in the late 1940's. In exe- Representatives from the A statewide gain of 18.75 per
lions of tourists visiting Disney World "Any person violating any provisionof view in a St. Petersburg paper: received formal training In art cuting Ms painting which variesIn Starke-Bradford County Cham- cent was noted in documentary
this act shall be deemed guiltyof "It was started by Mrs. Fletcher is not generally known bin many details from his mother's ber of Commerce will attend an stamp taxes collected in Florida -
annually must travel highways throughour a misdemeanor and last year 0939)) after she v copy of the famed "Feast" original Fletcher worked froma "outlook conference" on. recreation in May outstripping all pre-
section to get there. upon conviction vhich brought many tourists and large photograph which he and be
she to
says was cured at the Gos- tourism conducted dictions with the more than half-
thereof, shall be penalized by a fine pie Tabernacle (In Starke) when ellglous students to the Gospel blocked off into squares In orderto by the 15-county Florida million dollar Increase over May
Even though the opening of this attraction of not less than $100 or more than taken there on a cot to a healing Tabernacle In Starke, lies rolledup place accurately the many Crown Council Thursday June 1969 according to the office of
might be a year or more in $1,000; said fine to be applicable only service. She had been in bed gathering dust on a shelfIn figures in positions approximating 25.The State Comptroller Fred O. (Bud)
after receipt by said person of written for two monts with a myster- Russ's Place a tavern on the original. From time to daylong meeting starting Dickinson.
the.future it is not too to start
soon notification that ious malady and ten minutes East Madison Street in Starke. time he would walk the short at 9 o'clock is being held to Bradford County's take
getting ready for the Increased tourist said person is vio- after she entered the church she block from Russ's Place to the enable the Crown area com slumped from $1,255 In May 1969to
influx and the more attractive we can lating any provisions of this act and said she walked away without The large canvas which was Tabernacle to refresh Ms mem- Including Bradford $1,185 last month in one of
make our community, the more we will his failure to comply with the requirements assistance." painted by Mrs. Fletcher's son, ory on some detail. But whereasthe County, to prepare for the surge the numerous cases where the
benefit from this traffic bonanza. contained herein within This is at variance with articles William Fletcher a one-time colors in his mother's paint in recreation and tourism expected tax decreased.
thirty days from the date of the re- published in past issuesof Starke sign painter is owned ing were subdued and subtly as a result of the Disney Also not going along with the
of The Telegraph and also In by Russell Eberle of Russ'Place blended Fletcher's colors were World development Orlando state wide Increase In collections
One of the first steps, and one that said notice, and, in addition "All Florida" magazine several who provided material vivid with little shading or grad- and other factors. were Clay County which
would perhaps do the most to pre- to other remedies provided In years ago which state that the and otherwise supported the sign aation. more in deeping with a "We've all been aware of the slumped from $6,992 in May
sent a more pleasing view of our this act, any public official may ap- scene came to Mrs. FletcherIn painter while he worked todupll. ligh-palnter's technique.But impact that Disney World and 1969 to $5.923 in May 1970 and
area would be the elimination of so- ply to the circuit court or other a dream or vision. cate his mother's effort. other attractions will have on our Union County which slumped from
called auto that court of competent jurisdiction of the The technique used topaintThe Eberle says that he and Flet- the plan to exhibit the cop area," said Howard Benson, $1,296 In May 1969 to $1,183 last
junkyards justas
are county in which said Feast was most unusual. Mrs. cher planned to tour the country was never realized. Fletcher Florida Crown president"but up month.
much a pollution to the eye, as junk yard may e-Mblting the copy"Feast" Ms 70's at the time
be Fletcher started at the top of who was In to now there has been noconcerted Alachua County showed a gain
auto fumes and factory smoke are for an" injunction to abate such the big canvas, working her way a religious groups wlttTno ao> the project was undertaken, left effort by Northeast Florida from $21,058 In May 1969 to
pollution to the air we breathe.It nuisance to the bottom. She painted the nlsslon charged, but voluntary Starke before the painting was communities to reap a share of $38,527 last month.
small figures In the backgroundfirst Jonations received. quite finished and has since died. this huge market. Baker County showed collectIons -

might come as a surprise to Apparently, this law provides all and the foreground last Fletcher stretched Ms blgcanas : Eberle says that three faces "TMs conference will enable of $1.025 last month but
many the ammunition needed to protect a which is a complete reversalof on the wall of the tavern among the hundreds In the huge communities large and small 1969 figures were not listed.
that there have been ample laws on from normal technique. Modern art rod: worked at it during his spare canvas were left unfinished.Diary to learn what they can do to geta More than $2.9 million was
community the
the books since 1965 to deal with ; unsightly scourgeof ists marvel at her sense of per- piece of the action"Benson collected statewide last month.

offending lunkvaras.. although apparently unscreened.- -, junkyards.. All. that- -Isis declared._ Documentary stamps are affixed
little habeen'done in this community lacking StrICt enforcement of the Local chamber officials plan- to stocks bonds promissory
law. ning to attend the meeting Include notes chattel mortgages and
as well as many others, to -*f- FarmersWith John Myers, secretary- other written obligations to pay.

eliminate these .eyesores. ;'The tourists who will be on''their'way ,managerr-: M.A..Baldwin,*}Jr.* r.ra< Collections from stamps sales
this week's issue this" hailed as'"one of the most important president; and B.F.Mlzell, Jr., last month totaled $2,902,590
A law passed by the 1965 Legis- to Disney World will be looking column marks the 20th anniversary contributions to the wel- president-elect. County Com- bringing the revenue Intake for
lature says: "No junk yard shall be for beauty, excitement, and scenery of its beginning when Sam fare of man. missioners and City Councilmen the current fiscal year to $29-
operated or maintained within 1,000 that is "out of this world." Let'snot and Alice and her Pop first are also invited to attend.County 177,691 a 3.8 per cent increaseover
give them 50 Commissioner Buck Norman will the II month period in the
a bad impression of located here and set out to earna
feet of
any highway right-of-way attend the Crown
provided Council
; meeting 1968-69 fiscal year.
and shatter their illusions living by farming. During
however, that a person who was by time Sam turned out about 900 Today however the emphasisis with Chamber officials It was Sur tax collections in Bradford
greeting them with
operating or maintaining a junk yard acres of auto Junkyards colums for The Telegraph, wore on-protecting the environmentand decided at Monday's commission County last month totaled $382
less that 1,000 feet from any highway If we start now ,to clean them out two typewriters and poundedout the people are intent on cor- meeting up from $231 in May 1969. Clay

prior to July 1, 1965, may be per. up perhaps we can be ready when nearly a million words of recting any damage that may be County sur tax collections
the big being done to our countryside, dropped from $1,490 in May 1969
mitted to to Disney World fact and fiction on country life.
and maintain his
operate begins. and particularly to our lakes and f Letters to $1,177 last month. Baker collected
junkyard if the view from such high- 0 By Sam McGarvwr.: streams. Practices that were TO THl fOITOft $151 last month and Union's
accepted without challenge take wasn't reported.
to take In the one at K.H.
After all this time one might 'ago such as the drainage of Money from the sur tax, which
I suppose that Sam is somewhat S. septic tanks into lakes are now Editor Telegraph: Is levied on real estate trans
For A Better World of an expert on farming but coming under scrutiny! as the Since I began having Mama fers goes Into the State Land
nothing could be further from And speaking of fireworks the shores of the lakes become more .Priest's Bible Story Hour on Acquisition Trust Fund to pur
the truth. Actually he learned political variety will pop off on heavily populated. Monday afternoons, and have had chase parks and recreational a-
"As we gather here together for schools. Everyone cries for peace, only one thing: that farming Is a Junly 7 when the qualifying per- from 55 to 70 children each week, reas.
the last time, we are all lookingto yet everywhere there is war. gamble and that the beginner who iod will open for county, state I have had many requlries regarding -
the future. We stand, as Peter takes It up with rosy dreams and national offices and it won't sponsorship and my rea- Fishing License
"As we out to take winds up with his Income in red end until the national election Some of the Illegal dumping sons for doing this.I .
Marshall said on the 'Threshhold of go our placesin
figures. In November. And In the mean- grounds around the county area decided to do this because I Special Present
time.' :Many of us are uncertain as to the world, let us strive to do time, there will be a Starke city case in point. Fortunately love children, I love my community -
what we want to do with our lives. something constructive, instead of destructive ace election Just to keep the pot at present there are plans In I love God and I feel For Dad's Day
Others have already charted the course toward building a better at full boll.Covington. process to correct this problem .that this Is His will In my life.
that they will follow. Although we world. Let us turn to God for our The thermometer last week was and to punish anyone convicted I feel that there is a very de-
.5. of trash finite need for Bible and looking for a special
dumping training
bad or
as as the stock market with garbage
all have different goals and ambitions, leadership and to prayer for our guid- plenty of ups and downs. The illegally. character stories In the lives of gin for Father's Day, June 21,
we all dream of a brighter and a ance. For this is the only way our mornings were downright chilly (Woody) Woodley of our children, especially since might consider a fresh water
better world than we or our parents dreams will be realized. Let us pray but with the sun climbing higher Union County has been promotedby this task has been removed from fishing license.
have known. together and work together, in unity overhead every day it heated the Soil Conservation Ser- S. the public school system.., Our: The cost is small three dol-
and determination, that we might seea things up a good bit.The summer vice and on June 30 will take children need this type; of training lars for a resident license and
it allows 365
showers which had been forecastdid over here as soil conservationist illustrated'at to help them grow into responsible ; days of fishing
"Yet what will we do with this better world attained in cur own The problem was Christian anywhere In Florida.
not materialize and by the for Bradford-Union-Clay patriotic
dream? Will we merely sit back and time. weekend the land was dry all counties. Woody is well (known a Keystone council that meeting citizens and thus provide Fresh water fishing licenses
wait for the other guy to do all the over again. throughout this area and we where it was reported In people Utter capable leadership In ewe: communlty for 1970-71 went on sale June 15
work? Or will we stand up and show These are the thoughts and ambitionsof welcome his to his new office are dumping provided garbage along the highways In years to come. and will be honored from June 15,
cans As far 1970 through June 30, 1m
as lam
sponsorship, not
Linda In the Bradford County agricul-
? Denise Stone valedictorianof of Transportation.
we really care by the Department sponsored by any If "dear old dad" is a hunter
-group o
or.: -
the Class of 1970 delivered in her ture building. The council Is askingthe the
We see where Keystone Heights zation. I feel that Cod wants me'.to family might consider combination -
"America Is the greatest country welcoming address to her classmates, is planning on havingabig Fourth DOT to Investigate and possibly do this for the children. However hunting-fishing license
Utter cans.
In the world, but she is slowly crumb- parents, and guests at commencement of July observance program remove the several friends have made which sells for $10.50.

ling. The Communists have sworn to exercises Monday night. which will Include a bigger and We see where a plant in Ala- S. donations to help with refresh the To make the gift extra special
destroy America through her better display of fireworks that bama that has been producingDDT ments. family should" plan to "take
young We submit night The event Is bound to attract baa been shut down by the write that the All children ages 6 to 12, of dad fishing. To help make the
people and it win- that her values In Evertlme we
appears they are are all colors creeds and religions fishing trip a success write the
a large crowd we think All of which
company owner.
ning. There is hardly any respectfor the right place. As the commence- because many people miss the shows how this old world Is weather has been dry It starts after are welcome on Monday after- Game and Fresh Water Fish
Last Sunday
authority. Instead of building, many ment speaker Attorney General Earl old-fashioned Independence Day changing because not so many; to rain.this column, you know locus, from 3:30: to 4:30: at mloin. commission Tallahassee for a

young people are tearing down. Faircloth, said, who can have any celebrations and will be glad'If years ago, the chemical was' writing what happened- started to rain. ., 202 N. Thompson Street to copy Catch of the Fresh booklet Water Tips Fish.riaiuiv on. How

thing but great confidence In our coun- ..1.,__ and L "

"The American flag is even burned. try when we see young people such minced celery )1/4 teaspoon garlic currently uuubuig on sale licensesare In the

Prayer is forbidden in our public as these? r .:' l.1:' It's' a woraoVlBy salt, J/4 teaspoon dried rosemary Sincerely office of County Judge Theron
1/4 teaspoon dried basil A. Yawn In the Bradford County -
,:' salt to taste. Courthouse. Present fishing
( 'fJlfftwJb{ Cut beans in 1-lnch lengths or Mama Priest and hunting licenses expire June
slice diagonally. Cook in boiling 30.

The Bradford County water until tender 05-25) When you buy knits either In License fees are:
minutes. Drain. WhIle beans are ready-to-wear or in yard good Resident stateside combination
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Marina due McCain cooking, melt butter add onion carefully examine the labels &III..1IUgtags. hunting and fishing $10.50; Resident -
-=-:- County Extension and celery. Cook over low flame statewide fishing $3.00;
1879 ._.. :: a... Economics about 5 minutes pour over the If you buy a knit without s Resident statewide hunting
Home Agent
:;::... drained beans; toes well. Yield: 'abel you are taking a risk $7.50; Resident county hunting
1S7he --- _u_ About 4 servings Nhy? Because of the wide variety $2; Resident bunting other than
.... Bills :\ you are atilt eadoylnohao: 1/2 teaspoon dill seed and i ; of fibers used in knits- home county, $4.50; Wildlife
U..M.CRFLORI fresh snap beans you might llku clove garlic. SNAP BEAN SALAD polyesters acrylics acetates management area stamp, $5;
Freely give.-(Matt. 10:8): to try one of these recipes. Combine vinegar water salt; f I pound, fresh snap beans, 1 UL- triacetates blends cottons ana Wildlife management area stamp
A ESSASSOr One of the ways in which we heat to boiling. Pour boiling liquid cup minced onion J/4 cup French 1 wools. (hunter under 15)), $2.50; HuntIng -
our life to greater bless- DILLED SNAP BEANS over beans filling to with- dressing )1/2 teaspoon salt, )1/4 Unless you know the fiber or on licensed hunting preserve
oN open ings is through the act of giv 4 pounds whole snap beans in )1/2 Inch of the top of Jar. teaspoon pepper lettuce leaves fibers you will not know how to only, $5.50;; Statewide archery
3-1/2 teaspoon dill seed, 7 cloves Wipe Jar mouth. Adjust Jar lids 3 tomatoes, cut in wedges. care for the fabric. Knits also hunting permit $5; Non-resident
ing. It is impossible to give and In boiling water- Slice beans diagonally. Cook In annual $8
garlic 1-3/4 teaspoons crushed process may be a single knit, double fishing, ; Nonresidentannual
anything away I Giving is a hot red pepper 3-1/2 teaspoons bath canner for 5 minutes. boiling water until tender 05-25 knit, tricot Jersey or rashel. bunting,$26.50;,Nonresident -
part of the law of God in which whole mustard seed 5 cups vinegar Yield: 7 pints. minutes). Drain and cool. Com- --and the type of (knit has some- 14-day fishing $ .25' Nonresident -
the good that is shared is returned -, 5 cups water 1/2 cup Note: Let beans stand at least bine minced onion, French thing to do with wear and care, 10-day hunting 11.50;
E. L. MATTHEWS, Editor-Publhber multiplied. We only salt. 2 weeks to allow flavor to develop dressing, salt and pepper. Add Non-resident 5-day fishing

Published eaoh Thursday and entered as Second need to try giving love away. Wash beans thoroughly; drain to the beans making sure they too.Consumers like knits becauseof $2.25.
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida Friendship and happiness return and cut Into lengths to fill stan- are coated well with dressing. their wrinkle resistance and
under slot of March 3rd. 1879. in such quantities that dard pint canning Jars. Pack SNAP BEANS Chill 1 hour. Serve on crisp their ability to pack and recover IF WE DON'T HAVE ITwq'11
beans Into clean hot Jars and WITH HERB SAUCE lettuce. Garnish with tanatowed- from wrinkles when hung. get It for :you. Office
In trade 1
Subscription area: $3.00 Outside
year ; amazed' at how little
we are
One pound fresh snap beans. ges. Yield: About 5-6 servings. Supplies, .
add to each pint Jar 1/4 tea- Remember to read the label, Furniture. EquJ lpment. -
trade area 1 year, 15.50 love is required to bring forth )1/4 butter or margarine .
spoon crushed hot pepper )1/2 cup so you will know what you havebought Bradford County
rewarding results. teaspoon whole mustard seed 3/4 cup minced onion, 1/4 cup LOOK CAREFULLY AT KNITS and what care It requires. Telegraph.j .

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From all reports, we had a

great State Convention this year I ISTOR
at Ft. Lauderdale; districts
are busy recruiting} new mem-
bers because of the publicity;
I engendered by our State President -
Emeritus. Max Friedman,
during his extensive tour, visiting -
clubs throughout the State.
We were sorry to miss the opportunity .
; of a visit from Mr.
Friedman because he was In this
area during my recent illness '

from One majoreventwhlchemerged this, Convention was the ,(;toW : ; : .G t'A' e, t'( $; '.W 'EK.$ SpEcr/iis, .! ,r/ \ :. \$/ : .' ,',GREEK f{ '$!A'MPS. ,

Issuance of a monthly Newsletter \
We have needed this for
a long time as''It will coordinate PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 24 ;, v( r'(
the activities of hundreds
clubs and keep us more Informedas W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE RIBOAST

to our club programs. Foi .
Instance, a statewide meeting was Don't miss this Offer!
held at the State Bldg. where
our officers met with Mrs. Justine -
Osteroff, State Welfare
Dept.; Maybelle Hill,County; Welfare -

and;Mrs.Mr.Norbratten Mihalls of In the connect-State, FEATURED"PIECE.A.WEEK"GOODJUNE ,, ',",'r,?, ..x '

ion of Nursing Homes. This Is 18 THRU JUNE 24
Important because there are
many elderly .i In Florida receiving FRUIT DISH ,..
seeking or needing Old
Age Assistance, mostly widows =a E-Z CARVE
or widowers trying to get by on ONLY 39' '
$67$75 pensions. OVEN READY LB.

The subject of Nursing HomesIs "
another situation which needs
deep exploration to bring them

dignity under concepts;Social All of patients living Security decency therein; Medicare come and, Strip Steak ,.. $159 i Rump RoastSUNNYLANOtENDER LB. $i)39 Round Steak LB. 99e

Medicaid and Old Age Assistance USDA CHOICEWDBRANDBEEF
programs. Many Nursing described Homesin This coupon worth $1.00 v'ffKHSuor :: I not.
our nation have been Vr Hams "TV LB.5CJc Chuck Steak Bacon 79
IB.IB.. :
as "Snake Pits". It Is time that PKO.
corrections made to alle- /

viate Citizens The these National are evils.In Councils session this of Senior time, ,'.' s PLATES 2.99r PRICE '. Round Steak LB. sl19) Chuck Roast 89 Gr. Beef .3 IBS.WD $])79

and proposals are being made that
the NCSC in conjunction with the $1.00 COUPON VALUE
American Association of Retired
Persons, labor organizations 1.99 COUPON
other humantarian groups will
discuss and make plans for continuous -
forums to forge a lB' $149
\ pro- Ur S. CH ICE ":: : iU
gram to be presented to Pres. S. CHOICE
Nixon at the White House Conference ;
Nov. 1971 y t600D
Along this line, the House of
Rep., Wash D.C has passed a JUN! 11 TNAU AU OUSE 10 ,
5% Increase in S.S. benefits bya This coupon worth x2.00 62N .'lt 01 .,. /, .., /, ., ,_ / rair
large majority[; to begin Jan. .
1971. It is now up to the U.S. COFFEEPOT
Senate to back up this action.
There are two Bills pending, VS
S3100 introduced by Sen. H.A. N' $6.99 PRICE /
Williams andH.E. 14430 by Con- t e : ea2
gressman J.H. Gilbert cosponsored .00 VALUE COUPON t ,
by 50 more House Members t e
providing[ for a 50% overall increase a4,99 o PON E
in S.S. payments and 15
other urgently needed Improvements -
I't\ Noteworthy In this pro- ,, f 1 + r
/ /
posed legislation is the Escalator -
Clause which means that if Jl"JUNE ;
the cost of living goes up, 3% In v : 'WEEKLY VEATVRE .. .II. nr'W D c R
any year automatically our S.S. 1 O
benefits will be increased, like- GOOD JUNI II TMHU AUOUST 19
wise. If the cost of living goes This coupon worth 2.00 XXl [OP I
-I down by 3% or. more, adjust '
ments will also be made But we / VEGETABLE 1 '
are determined that the 50%overall '
increase will be added to our BOWL 1 : .
before the escalatore /1
1 clause becomes law. t $4.99 PRICE Its
There are just too many older COUPON
$2 00
Americans trying to live on very VALUE
restricted incomes. Not only retirees 2.99 couPON:
but working people in
general are expressing anxiety;
and indignition as to where Inflation 'VALUABLE COUPON ,,, v o o o 0
is leading and when it i
a will stop
Our Club thoroughly enjoyedour FOLGER'S ALL GRINDSCOFFEE
luncheoun at the Holiday Inn
with games, songs and fun at the ,
Rec. Center afterwards. ,
A correction- inmy last article WHIP
concerning telephone rates and rrn
the additional 7C per month raise Ml ac/e/ 49
In the Starke area, should have or limit More On Purchai* Co/fq( Including o// Choice Cigar with $3.tt.00 c c Wn jp limit On Soled Dr t/lng Of Choice W/$3/ Ordr Excluding, Cigar.tf/,.
read as was written, "The Imposition DEEP SOUTH SALADCOFFEE
of 28 1/20/o/ Increase In ASTOR ALL GRINDS QUART
telephone rates PLUS anaddltlon = = DRESSING 39c JAR
W a
7( per of month telephone raise poles for Is Installation surely- a 59C -ss W m

getting a little steep"

Watch dening iors fobs, mowing out out In for the, red etc sunshine bugs Warning-!,gar-The Bartlett Pears. 3 DNS. $ioo Wiener Buns 2 =a: 39C Pork & Beans 8 14-0.CAN. $1 ioo


you legs get that with Infected the a spots preventative, it be Is touched recommended or with If- Green Beans .1 NC Ns 3 $1 Cinn. Buns . .3 =PKa: $1 i Pork & Beans 10 1 NO CAN 303 51| 00


the Itching of lack and of Mil air.the beast because Apple Juice .3 SAN. $100 Pecan Buns 3 $100 I lunch Meat. 3 12-ot $100
Generally, all of our club members CANS
are well Some have occasional -
ailments but in the main, *> 1 R.,*rvd MINUTE MAID
they enjoy our meetings and leave WINN' DIXIf" SOISINCI'-COPYilONT-1'
happy that they have met in the Watermelons OQc ESKIMO ICE CREAM Lemonade 7 $1 i o0
spirit of love and harmony once EACH CAN

Joe Kerrigan e C
Honeydews EACH 69 Macaroni PKG. 39


STARKE Corn i 10 69 Pie Shells .3 101 X10
Carrots 10 Pinners .2 89e
. fOR


AUTO SERVICE_ Potatoes 5 BAG 49 ORANGE J U ICE CANS.D= 99 . "-. 49C

Gilbert S. Brown Butter :a 69 Whip 49C
. : Topping QT.

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Youth To Sing For J. H. EarnestIn Vacation Bible School for ($ J] '

children ages 4 through 12, will ,
At DaytonaYoung Jones Chapel be held at the Madison Street P6'PlfGppa. .

from the First Baptist Church from June 22 to t U ug W l11 mff( 1"flJJJIIMf{ tf/ P/1d' ; T ;
singers James Harold Earnest 65, July 1, Monday through Friday ,
Baptist Church of Starke will of Sta-rJce, died Sunday InI.\ 830; tq 11:30: a.m. Registration is :
Join 300 teenagers from nine Gainesville hospital! after a scheduled for Friday June 19, t
other Baptist Churches In a production brief Ulner!*. He /was born: In 8:30 to 10 a.m. A report to .
of "Tell:. It, Like: It Is," Austin. Texas: on Jan. 31. 1903 parents and open house will be
a lout musical mai describes and had lived! do Starke for held Wednesday< July 1 I. at 7:30: PRESBYTERIAN '
past five years' where he BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH .
bout today's world and Christ'splace operated the Long! Horn Restaurant p.m.The dally program will pro- OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125NorthwestofLawtey Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn-. Sunday School, 9:45 11 a.m. Youth ?..
in it, using modern rhy- on U. S. 301 South. vide an opportunity for each 1404 E. Bessent Road Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- Morning Worship and Communion ing Worship, II a.m.; Evening ing Worship 6 Choir a.m. Practice 4,
thm and song. Surviving are his wife Em- child to participate in a wor- SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. ing Worship, 11:15.: Sunday Night Service, 11 a.m. Evening ser- Worship 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Fellowship, p.m.8
The combined choirs and mu- llie Earnest; two brothers, ship service Bible study recreational Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacra- Service, 7:30: p.mWednesday vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. Wednesday D. p.m.Burch
sicians will be under the direct- -Rev.
7:30 p.m.Kev.
ment 6 service
Bertram, of Indianapolis activities arts and p.m. Prayer Meeting Worship J.C. Saunders. pastor.
ion of Larry Knowles Minister crafts and music. MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. .
of Music at the First Baptist Ind., and Elmer Ear.Wi, San TuesdayPrimary 4:30 p.m. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH j :
Church, Gainesville. The local Antonio' Texas; and his WednesdayRelief Society PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Highway 100-A s '.
group will be accompanied to mother Mrs. Elizabeth! Earnest 7:30 P.m.Dean Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Sunday School'10 a.m. Morning :x'::,
Daytona by their director Wil- Austin, Texas. Hansen, Branch President. Worship, 11 a.m. Pre- Jl'.I.Ol'LClUUSTIAN CHURCH School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- Worship 11. Training Union. 1.w I ".
liam George. Funeral services were held TheBook : Services ((Booster Band, Young Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ship, 6 P.m. Training Union 7 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8. ;
The combined choirs will do at 2pm. Tuesday in Jones People, and Prayer Service), 6 Ing Worship, 11 ajn. Evening p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8 .;-
more than sing in Daytona. They Memorial Chapel, will be Joined by hundreds more Robert. D. Burch officiating ShelfADULT BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Midweek Service Wednesday vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday -
teenagers in a mass witness- Memorlalization :was iby ere- 301 North, behind Tas- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, night-1 p.m. Family night KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST ":
ing effort on the beach where motion. tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Pastor. BROOKER Sunday School 9:30; Training
copies of the Gospel of John, FICTION School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BAPTIST CHURCH AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor-
the evangelist of love, will be The Dead Sea Cipher--Peters; vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer BROOKER, FLA. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship ,
Rev. Jim
Prisoner Temple ;
pastor. Meeting 7:30 -
7 Prayer
distributed.The Mia Nathan Moving On--Mc- Service 7:30 'Wednes p.m.;
-- ; p.m. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH day School 10 a.m. Ron Bris- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve-
climax the musical evan- Murtry; The Summit--Marlowe; Highway 100 at Theressa) Wednesday.
tol, Superintendent. ning Worship, 7p.m.; Wed. Prayer -
gelisltc message will come in After BeatingAnd The Long Drop.-White;The Stunt day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. Sunday School- 10 a.m., Morn- Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell!Training Douglas Meeting and Bible Study 7 Pastor Rev. Robert West.
the while the -
closing Man--Brodeur; The Heron Griffis, associate pastor. Worship- Training
ing a.m.; Director. p.m. Study on Book of Psalms.
Worship Services
young people sing the passage, Bassanl A Dream Of Silence-- ,
; Union6:30: p.m.; EveningWor.
"Pass It On." Rev. Richard J. RobberyAn Jewell; The White Land--Dieter; DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15 p.m.Wednesday music II a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-

Milham, pastor of the Powers The Survivor--Keneally; Night- BROOKER Night Prayer Ser- director. Welcome. ing _Worship, 11 a.m. Training
Drive Baptist Church in Orlando inmate of the Raiford mare At Dawn--Phillips; What Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship
and well known speaker and State Prison was fatally, beaten Did Hattie See--Roos; Old Fish ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham. pastor. CHURCH 8 p.m. Wednesday night service
evangelist within youth groups and robbed, Monday, June Hawk--Jayne; People Who Pull p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome.
will give the closing messageand ,1, according to Information! You Down--Baird; A Bird In The Rev. Lacy Conway pastor CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School -L.L. Parker pastor.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning -' 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,10:45:
challenge.This .
supplied In an anonymous House--Laurence; My Dear Cou- GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH
will be the largest per- phcne call to the Florida sin--Hoffman; Good Morning, CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Worship, 11. Training Union. a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: P.m. CALVARY MornIng
6:30 10
Meeting Sunday Sunday School a.m. -
6:30 Youth Group ,
: Evening Service 7:30.
formance of the folk musical Midnight Rhys. St. Clair St., Starke. 11 and 7 p.m. ,
Times-Union last FrI< ay. -- 422 N. ing Worship, a.m. p.m. Worship 11. Training Union
within the state and the first School 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns Prayer Service 7:30. p.m.
Prison pastor.
Superintendent! Don Sunday
minister 5:30. Worship. 7:30.
-J.C. Brown Evening
-Rev. L. :
time this many teenagers have Hassfurdsr later confirmedthe ADULT NONFICTIONFive Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Tommy Howe pastor

Joined together from so many Incident in which David -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor _.
churches to make such a Patients--Crlchton;Alone ---- --- ---------..-- ----- -- ---------.
pre- BarwIck of GoWsboro! N. C. with America Howard How To
sentation.The ; '
lost .his life. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1111111I111111I11111I11I11111111111111I111I111111111I11111 1I1111I1111111111111111I1111I1111111I11I1111111111111I111I 11111I111
The prisoner
public is invited to attend Keep Slender And Fit After OF STARKE ;
the performances on Thursday T.-OS :serving a six-year sen- Thirty--Prudden; The Com- Weldon St and Ralford .
June 18, and Saturday June tence for assault 'with Intent munity Activist's Handbook-- West Road .
20, at 8 in the Daytona to commite rape. Huenefeld; How To Make Money
p.m. School 10:00 a.m,11:00:
Sunday : :
Beach Bandshell. According; to Hassfurder, an- With Mutual Funds--Marksteln; a.m. C.A. Services: 7:00 p.m. I DESTINATION ? !
other inmate' attacked Bar Constantlne--MacMullen; Bet- Services.
wick with ween Parent And Child Ginott
a pipe covered by -- ; No Mid-Week
SFJC Gets adhesive tape iand robbed him Monumental Brasses--Macklin; Wednesday:
The Colonial Silversmith Kauf- Service. Postal employees do their best to interpret t
rings a watch, and an undisclosed -- Pastor T.E. Gilly
$287,773 amount of money. fman; Science, Conflict, And Society : accurately the addresses written on our I "
n The attack occurred about, 3 --Scientific American; Refrigeration SMYRNA MISSIONARY
p.m. in the 'third floor trustie Air Conditioning, BAPTIST CHURCH mail. However, some are so hastily writ- .

State FundsFunds quarters of >the. man prison, And Trailer Cold Owner's Storage--Gunther Manuel--Eliel;; 633 W. Pratt St, Sunday ser- ten, and so poorly addressed that they may
Hassfurder .
said. Barwlck was vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m.
for Santa Fe JuniorCollege taken to a Gainesville hospital Conversions All About Pickup And Motor Campers Homes--Van Preaching 11 a.m. Training never reach their intended destination. A t
from state sources to- where he died Wednesday', Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- j
Gartner Festive Food Decorations
taled $287,773 In June, according June 3.State. ,For; All OccationsOstrander -- ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. good many people go hastily through life, .

to .the office: cf Comptroller : Attorney Ted Duncan ; The Marine Aquarium For -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor II not realizing that they are headed in the
Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson, identified the suspected!! killer The Home Aquarist--O'Connell .
as Jimmy Ray Bonds, who Is The Psychology Of Superstition CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS' wrong direction. The church points the
Jr.That serving a 30-year sentence for CHURCH I
exceeds the June 1969 Jahoda.
distribution: Of $195,009 by' rape. He raid, -warrant, wouldbe Sunday Scholl 9:45: a.m.,Morn- way to salvation and desires that all should

92773. Worn out aaain&t. Bonds JUVENILE FICTION ing Worship 11 a.m., Youth Ser- choose the way of our Lord and Saviour. .
vice 5:30 Evening Worship,
: p.m.
following an Investigation' by
Funds for Florida's 27 Junior .
colleges 'which receive his office. He Lost It! Let's Find It!-- 7 p.m. TAKE TIME: FOR THE LORD
Kravetz And The Mirror Thursday night Prayer Meet-
; Mai-Ling .
state support, amounted to $83
--Ablsch; A St Nicholas An- Ing 7:30: p.mIvy Luke Pastor ATTEND
million this month, compared C'HlTRC'H.
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. thology--Frye; The Holiday Rat- .
b $5.3 m'llion for the same File Folders, complete line office Holman; The Witch Mobile- NORTHSIDE BAPTIST
month a year ago the comptroller suppUe, -The Telegraph Young; The Fox And The Hare-- CHURCH :' .
' 'reported (Monday. Phone 864-6305. I Ginsburg; New Moon Cove--At- Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ;

wood; Mleko--Politl; The Little Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- ... JII J -. .
Tree--Volckman Delabesse; ning Worship 6 p.m. Training ;e =""' t \ :: 6C I

UNITED FARM AGENCY Mister Faksimily And The Tiger- Union, 7:30.:
Hewett; Teddy Bears 1 To 10-. ThursdayTeachers and Officers "0I1 I
Nationwide Gretz The WomblesBeresford. Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer j
Real Estate Sales Service ; Th. Church it Cod, appoidd.pmp In Ill, JiJ
Meeting 7:30.Edward: .
,VI worN ,lor spiralling thl knowlxlg. ol/Mil loco
Announces the appointment of Paul and Irene Faulknerto C. Harvey pastor t P-I
l! :: lot man mi ol Hit dttrand lot mon t pond is
t fl,
Its local branch office In Starke, Florida. JUVENILE NONFICTIONLet's ST. MARKSEPISCOPAL 1110\ that bra by loving hit neighbor" Without" ,
,V, hit( grounding, in tht I...of Cod no govonvmtnl ulfi
UNITED FARM: AGENCY U now in Its 4:>lh year of Look At Insects--Huntington 9:45 CHURCH ::. or ,imp' or way of, lilt will long .
service to buyers and sellers of ranches, farms, country ; The Owl And The Pussy- Holy Eucharist School 1st i'A'i poll..... and tho ,...d.ml which wi h.'d.' .
Cat-Lear; The Violin And It's Sunday V has will' inovitablv porittl Thtrtfori.' ...n
homes and recreational 11 a.m.Morning. t l
properties, acreages and business
Masters--Chapln; Sammy The from o ttlflih, ,point of row,ono.....Id fupporr
properties VNITRD'S unsurpassed Pra.l'r'" 2nd, ;Jrd & i A'1 C
year-round nationwide
Crow Who RememberedHazelton 4th iY. 'Iht Chunh 'for tho wlio ol l th Sundays 11
advertising program teamed with a new high speed computer ; A Tour On The Prairies-- a.m. ,' d .II ond hit family, It/ond Mol, ha....,,
provide a continuous supply of prospective buyers Irving; Life In The Renaissance- I ;ei:t wry porion ihould. uphold and participate" In ; I

from coast t<. coast Gall; The Great Deserts--Hyde; LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH thi Church (beau, II (till Iho truth about I '
Cre'atlng Crolx Experiments Y7
With -- ;
Electricity Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; t I mon t lilo,, death, and dnliny, Iho truth whith
H you are Intcrented. In buying ur Mlling real estate --Sootin; Constantinople; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- alone, will, let him, free to lira at g child ol { I .i iI

In this area, contact :Mr. and :Mrs. Faulkner now. They City On The Golden Horn--Editors ning Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Mid- I Cod ,

will do their bed to serve :your nf'edl. Office at residence. Of Horizon Magazine; Sec- week Bible Study, Wednesday IV.-.........>.....:..- ..I.'c-.l.--. .:..-_ :
20ft S. Water St, 4 blocks east t of IT.S. 301 on State Road rets With Ciphers And Codes-- 7:30: p.m. 111111I I 1 111111111111I11I111I11111I11111111I111111111111
100. Rothman. Be in church Sunday. .. .d. s. 1J
Rev W. B. Mercer pastor J


REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER Words cannot adquately express --------------- -- --- -----------
our deep appreciation for GREATER BETHLEHEM
Paul and Irene Faulkner 206 S. Water Street many and sympatheticacts
that come to us at the time Chestnut. Sunday STARKE BUILDERS
Phones area code 904 Starke, Florida of our recent breavement School 9:30: ; Morning Worship, BRADFORD
Office: 964-5065 32091 11; League 4 p.m. Night Service JEWELRY SUPPLIES Inc.
Maggie Glisson and family. 6 p.m.--Rev. Jasper Williams ABSTRACT CO. ,

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Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Title Problems
Who says Worship 11; Training Union, 6:15: ; BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts and Sporting Goods

WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: ; Even- 142 W. Call St. Starke

its silly to have a ing Monday-Vacation Worship, 7:30.: Bible School Phone 964.7064 Title Insurance "Check With Us First"

June 22 through July 1 I. 8:30: to 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 219 Washington S t. 9645270FAULKNER

safe deposit box? 7 11:30:p.m.a.m. Youth Choir Practice STARKE "66"

Wednesday Junior Choir SERVICE
Practice, 5:45: ; RA, GA, Sunbeams -
YWA, WMS business
meeting, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting, Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 GULF SERVICE

Burglars. Business Meeting, 7:30: ; Church Tire Tru-ing :
Choir Practice 45 ANDUHAUL
8:30.: lG
Denton Sumrall, pastor Headlight Adjusting !,/; its RENTALS

Brake Service ...- .. <:>
Truck Trailer
Wheel Balance and
Complete 1 t Lubrication i
Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111
Minor Tune-Ups
l }' 1011 N. Temple I Avenue
PHONE 964.5899
617 1 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hi way 301 and 100

310 S. Temple Starke

According to FBI statistics there's a burglary
every 20 seconds. Why take chances?A safe deposit box
in our bank only costs a few dollars a year. And even NOW COMPLETE! SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery
that !is tax deductible. So don't listen to burglars. An entirely new TYPEWRITERS

Protect your valuables against theft and fire. translation !in the and Market ONTROl
Put them in a safe deposit box They're readily language of today ADDING MACHINES

available-but not to burglars! Groceries Meats Feed a CXEMKAl CD.PHt1roCOPIERS .
Standard Editionin
one volume : from nero GAS AND OIL
The Old and New to MIS. Take the'' drudgery. out\
Testaments $8,95 of paper work Jack and Gladys Edwards 539!) E. Call St. Starke Fla.
FLORIDA With the Apocrypha
$995 tSQAX. FOKM3.rAYROU. U. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE

fcNVILOrCS PHONE 964-5312
Inspections and Estimates


Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

One; of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Starke, Florida 32091 Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911Firat

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Students Working This Summer that marriage, milt between for divorce vou and of the thePlaintiff. .seconded the nbove. traffic and8P..e.1
Betty K"ba Jenningtttand regulation were deter JfOTICH
: mined to be reasonable. and This I III ,
custody I of the parties to give official and
Need Social Security CardsA child line bean tiled against' nocessnrv upon the basis of the public notice. that J. will not b.
d engineering and trftfflo I Investl I responsible debt or
h :;a1I jnnn. 'Plaintifftin? } \ rations, and authority win bill lncurreip.Itter June 17th
new student movement is Most employers today will not the ubov .styled Court and therefore given for the entsh.llshment 1970 by Shirley Ann Copeland
hire new employees until they cause and you are required to of same And the pine. Varnea or any other person
shaping up nownot a "protest file defense or an..wer to Inn of the proper marking and unless 1 pernonally sign' for
show their social security card. your there. sign as Indicated also. for the such .
movement, but a movement towards the Complaint. as filed : bills of dobta Signed:
a ,..w4r Many employers will not releasethe In. with the Clerk of tho Clr. elimination of existing con. Krnett; Albert. Varneir.
obtaining summer employment first Court In and for J1rlldford trola where thin In Indicated. 6.18 3tp 7.3
paycheck until they have cult .
Courthouse, Startle.Florida Pat odson.. Director
the employee's social security County copy Department of Transportation
32091. and serve a
Before a student starts to look .
PlatnIlU' attor.hey. Ie
number on their records. Since thereof upon
for a summer job he should make Rarton T. Douglas. 103
the employer is held responsible Main Street P. O. Draw.3260117on' -. .-
he has social security North
sure a '
number. If he doesn't have a for the proper reporting of Qahtbefore Julylor116. AND THE SOUTH MOVES OUTDOORS!

is time to wages earned under social security end if Yl'U fall to do 80. Summer's Southern
number now the apply 1970: will be a season
they Insist having the Judgment
w for it and avoid the later correct, social security on numberto a taken Default RKllm..I. you for the re- rJ: fun: from the pool to the patio and

rush and possible delay. report the worker's earnings. plaint fief .dOll1l1nllod anti thereafter In the Com.paid. the park. from baseballs to golf

NOTICB Without the social security num- suttee "m proceed hand ex nn'l pnrte.Witnees seal. balls and tennis balls. 'And South.

Notice I I..* 'hereby given thaton ber they are reluctant to either of aald u lit Starke erners are on the move; scanningthe
cG the 29th day of June. II hire or pay a new employeeuntil Junl'. A. D 1970 scenic peaks of Georgia and
1970 at Bnookor. County
Y of Bradford. State of Florida. they do have his social Florida.SEAL) Tennessee, the brigh ,beaches of
tax sale certificate will be security number recorded.It ( Inlnan D. Croon W Florida and Mississippi, exploring
!old on the following described. .land to pay the amount due for Is just as important for Aa Ju and' For Bradford County.Byafteu1ah avenues of vacation,.adventure<:
taxes. heroin sot opposite theme each new employee to make sure ''
together with all coats of he gets the proper credit for M Moody through South Carolina and Ala-
such sale and all IAd.erU..lnlr.D. ;. Clerk
......, owner Amt his work under social securityfor A. Deputy 8.18 4t '7.' bama.
SWU of SWV of SWtt his future protection. Ills Your brewing industry is on the
.and :2 I A In bB cur of '
LEOtL of South.
1. SWtt of 8\VU ex H-W social security number identi- Are Invited To aid On move too-a healthy sign
.Southern, 011 &: Chem. fies his social security account The Current Tlinlier Sale' The ern life-contributing'to' the econ

Ical of Co.NWV4 ex 1 A 1200.00NW4 for the rest of this working Sellers' Number.Name. ; Address, h AndS omy, supporting local law enforcement -
N of RY KWSouthern life Unless his earnings riiono Timb1rj1To ;
,.- are Inn ILoentlon Of promoting high-standard
Three 011 &: ChemICAl 120.20Tommy properly reported and creditedhe Cold' : Anti Other pertinent.... .. 'In. outlets for its products, asking one
top-ranking awards!' were Co. tnr", ,,linn Cnn" De Ie 't By
won by the local National Guard E. Cox may lose valuable social security T. TerletnnCnunty '
('on.taetlnit Allen and all to "Keep America Beautiful;
unit and its
members during !summer' Town Clerk protection. I"o,eatrr. P. 0 Pox: M1tt.StnikO .
encampment at Camp Blanding Town of Brookor l'lnrle' 32"11 Or The. this summer and always..
ending Sunday. Fiom left: State Maintenance Award 3t 8.25NOTICB Ralph Fontana field representative City Of Ieyetnne llelchts, 1'.
Brig. Gen. Charles presented by: for the Social Security 11..111'11'' '', UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC.
F. Riffgle, Jr. and accepted for the unit by CW4 nAIMNntlce Administration in this area urges Florida. 332630eySenlpd!> ni'' TOno P O Bo, 273. Winter, Park Fir..3Z789
Edward F. Cole the 0V BHF.nirjFS nt 8:no P.M. On
; Wadsworth Trophy, accepted for the unit by CW Is hereby given: that of I.E all students who plan to work Tiiedny. Opened Night' .lulv 14 1IHO.

4 A. L. Crosby, Jr.; and the Best Drilled Soldier Award received by P.Bradford D Reddish County.as Florida Sheriff tin. this summer to be sure they have Tn The .City Of N'tlUlIni gevonne. For 1I..lahl8IIunl"I".1 Fur.

PFC Leaton U. Morgan; III. dee and by vlrtuo of Writ of their social security number before then! Information Contort /"UJ
Exeoution: tn.wlt: they start job hunting. "If County Fore,"'r at n""- "
Issued out of Small Theelty
Execution 6lHn! < Nights Or
Claims Court of Hradford Coun.ty. they will apply now, they will days Clerk or 473-4,107 Day From
Florida pursuant to a Final avoid delay later when the usual 121'.hI.
Awards Climax Edilln .locksnn of 9:00 A M to
OutstandingYear Judgement Btafke. Florida.for anti against summer rush is on,"he declared. Vlrulo Homer

Cecil Padgett, defendant. In the Information as to time and City Clork I.ts at 7.2
mount of collectionHave 811!.79. tog-ether with place of Mr. Fontana's visitsto :Jen
costs of
For Local Guard seized toil, have In my Starke is posted in all post -

UnitAn possession personal the property following to-wlf deMcrlb.od : offices Notice Is Hereby Given:
Thnt thii of
"..*..'-- .. 1983 Block Ford :H! Door hardTops TrnnHporittlon( ut Its meetingof
'st. --n
CI. for
test for .the Best Dressed Sol, area The general feeling by 45W1868. ID No. SU67O.to In The Circuit Court or Fin.. May 4. 1910 gave consider
Company D (-) 53rd Spt. Bo., dier, and SP4 James R. McCarthy '. members of the unlit is' that 126889Ae property of the above tin, ll. .Mh Jnilhliil flrrult. In nllo.., to tho rpiiuusts .....h'tintftu
the local National .'.. ..... on And llrnilfurd County special. truffle regulations
M and that
>* ] this the best named defendant .
:placed second la the I waa encamp- of July' dine No. 11>1Arllim and' In each ram.* hind a re.
!WaS chmaxed: by several hon- :Best Driver Award. ment in recent years. Mondey. the 61h o'clo.cloy Noon on wee l>lorrericttv view of the traffic InvostlKa.
at twelve
1970 n..hn Jennings' Pli\ln. lion report" clung with lie ro.
ors awarded during the annual of the
The unit also came off well]l Members of the unit, were said dav on the premise will\ of. tiff VB Knvmnnil Louis Jen. commendations. of the engineer!
two weeks summer en eportsvise. winning the Brig paid $25,682 for their two fer Bradford bidderoforttrneh County Jail.to hanilhlthe nlnfts pefendnnt NOTICEIn at. thn. locution below: or location. do.crlbnd .

canlyment completed at ade softball championship.The weeks of sold'erlnj.The *st In of The Name Of Tho State Of Ilriulfnrd, s:321 Section 28110In
Camp Standing last weekend. above 'e.'rlhe,1 property I" Starke from, SI-.U Ml' 0000to
local Guardsmen spent; next:' scheduled training satisfy the FIT
defendant In
said in the 0.320:
While : Till Do-femlnnt SI.D All 0.320. aiHtanco
at Blandlngthe four days In the field In a assembly, for the unit b on aforesaid Execution.P. thove. CIIIIHO TSnvmondLouis
Guardsmen underwent an tactical situation, and the July. 11-12 at the Stwke' > arm- Bradford. D. Redtlleh County" Sheriff FlorldS / cunnings: KoHldunio:, : unknown. auctions from 40 MPII to 30

Army Training Test at the rest of the encampment In ory where an annual audit ,'.11 4t 7-2 You Are Hereby Notified MI'II On Speed motion Zone.duly mnda, nnd
unit ]level, and received a satisfactory and inventory < ,be r.1.
the administrative bivouac will con( .------------------.aaaa aat a---- e.a ., .aaa
: rating by the evalu- ducted. I I. -trar a a- -- '

*given*or3. in Only the two tests:ratings satisfactory are I IjSH: : 5 c-i-- :1t i : ;

and unsatisfactory. the Old 7fe'7l.E/b. CALL NOTICE FOR Bins SIRLOIN
The unit also received the! 1
Wadsworth Trophy and the -- The Board of Public Ins ; ; ;

State Maintenance Award for etructlon: of Bradford County

being the outstanding unit in ) hereby submUs property de-1 ;
maintenance Including care crtbed as follows( : Lota i 7
end maintenance of equip- through 18 In McCall's
ment. Ir' to Hampton, except right of 1 I

way, and 'being: 528 ft. North 1
Ffe Leaton U. Morgan Ill
p. 250 ft. East and FAIRJ I
.' : /oil and South by
a member of the unit, receivedthe FRYERS$119 II
597V4 It. '
Brigade Award for 'the "(::01 f is! no longer/ a rich I West and Com. NEV4 1 1
of NE'/i
of SW Cor
:Best Drilled Soldier. man's /K.ime. There are million 197V4 -
and E. 250 ft., N. I III
Pfc William S. Rh den placed run
:> of
poor players SUPERMARKETS
together I !
second ;In the Brlad Con- ft., W. 250 ft. S to POB; I I BONELESS

with 1bu11diniS. I II
For public 'ibid to the high ROUND I

est and best .bidder with the FLORIDA ;
reservation to accept or reject I I : I when Savings Count.
GAINESVILLEBusiness and all bids left to the 5"11

.? any Boal'd..of Pulbllc instruction. I c: l i AK\ i Jq: ":T4; J' Si!
Sealed 'bids to ,be submitted I""Il ,', '1.. ) ,

oo or before June. 33. 1970 at. 1 ..

DirectoryAUTO 7:30: p.m. to the office of the I WHOLE BAGGED I I I PRICES GOOD THROUGH t
.. 1
Superintendent of Board of LB $109 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24th.
SAVE 10t LB I quantjtyrlght.r..d.
Public Instruction In the old j I I aID, I i

courthouse building. I 11 I
The bid submitted wo accepted (

iwill ''be a MA! bid with

BRASINGTON LIDDELL all costs .borne by the successful WIli-TRIAAMID

8ALEA SERVICE Glass Company"Glass Board of Public Instruction CHOPS
Fine Selection of Ued Can
Bradford County. Fla.M NIW IIAUkNI uiIHOUlll
Taken O. Cadillac Trade For Every Purpose" at 6-ia ,,,. *
2001 N.W. IJth Ph. 378-5391 Store Fronts.-.Mirrors rawreaI 1TOIIB 3169

Tub Enclosures-Shower* l tistl 1.11611 I htlep I t flNp

Barkley Motors,, Inc.TOYOTA Furniture Tops Olasa Replaced Bonrd c.".... of ion Cnunty nianThe Corn.misslorters

j of IM-adford Colin.
ty. Florida will r"c'lv.. Bids to
bo ipenud at 11.00 A M. on the
NEW LOCATION morning of July 8, 1970 In the
4 wheel drlT and eara 1228 So. Main\ Gainesville Courthouse for cnxraxa of .'Irean,1

Salei Pasta Servle J72-9I91: 1102 Inl(.. Content A Copy of of County mieclflcntlon"ulld CARNATION Lord Mofft Frlskies FREESTONE JUNE OY miSH CRYSTAL HAND

Clean Used Toyotas Office.are available at County Clerk VEGETABLES5l DOG FOODDRY KOSHERDILLS PEACHPRESERVES

1700 N. Main S7A-12M HEARING AID The Board reserve" the rightto PEACHES
reject any and all bid.. MIX O* CUMS
Inninn D. Green *C I Of l INVIl I

VARHEYLLincoln 9atnesvt[ /( Qe 5eantngJtd 6-11 3t 6.2S Clerk to Board ASST y. L 2 JA 419

Mercury iv TIIK cmri-iT COt RT
< [ Co.Hearing feinitlll H IIICIAL: CIHCt'IT
OF nonintIN
2M1 N. Main GalMcvUle AM ton niiAnronoCOtM'V.

-_ 372-4251 Te i. ; .

Borne Bilterie ArcherupI;No i1l190VI.
Accessor!** Alma Fay
Of Repair thuke' Pout Lee. Archer Defendant MAVO IMPOKTID GAL A >?: KRAFT KLEENEX

Mereiry-Caa.far-..Continental Custom Fitted Rearing Aids 1100 PIiOPEII'ry TOWELS
Mark m Eiftoh Ford To: Paul tat Archer 1JJ LOAF SAUCES TISSUE
North Maple Street. Laurel, & BEANS
Cleanest Used Oar Avalliable 106 E. University Ave Oalnesvflto ]" ""Iaellpl' IN1TMI ITI* IN -
378-0095 You are hereby notified< thatan 18oz
action for Divorce has been 3/89
Beauty Academy Cited against you Paul Lee Ar. CANS i _
Cher and you are required to
]MEN'S WEAR serve a copy of your written
defense. If any to It. on theplaintiffs
POWELL'S attorney whose name 1 I /
i and address i.Iionnrahle.
Beauty AcademyLean STAG 'N DRAG George H. PierceP. .
O Drawer 1039 WATERitV'esh -
Starke. Florida< -'k' I
a Profession In Tour Griffin Salt And file the original' with the FANCY APPLEPIES

Spare Time. PUU -or Part Time Arrow Shirts Flonhelm 8h.e clerk or of before the July above 8. styled 1970 : other.courton j l GOLDEN I I 1

119 N.W. 10th 378-2768 Formal Rentals. wise a Jurlemnt may be en. \ RIPE. MELONSBANANAS
tered against you for the. relief .
9 Indies Sportswear demanded In the complaint" or
2 STORES-11 W. UNIVERSITY P'\Vli ... and seal LUSCIOUS
n Bs my hand the I RED RIPE 1
aid OAINK.SV1L1.B MALL Of said Court on June 8, 1970.
MOBILE HOMES As Clerk of said Court ....:: .. '
Motor Repair Co. By: BeuUh M Moody BUYS ITS OWN ICE CREAM."

Of Gainesville. Inc. MUSIC 6.11 41 As 7.2 Deputy-Clerk. 1 1 8" : : 78

Repairing RewindingNew Is', TIIF1 CJlHTIT 'OrnT 10 39C"M r.
EJr.fI'fll .I' RICIAL: JltCtIT: : SIZEJUMBO ___ I
and Ujedzsic BALDWINPIAI4OS OF >)>LOR1OtIs' ,
N. w. lets Ph. m-uis 1- -

& .* : 'I'Y.JVIL ACTIOJ: 1 I I ieooo
Farm and Industrial N<>. 7JSAlltna
P1'HI.uT1ITI' Dixon Plaintiff

Equipment -<:;;'1I .w MUSI& Jame NOTICE*' E.01'Dlxnn at'ITNo Defendant LARGE JUICY FAMOUS BRANDS HOT DOGo.HAMBURGEII.

To: James E. Dixon 1291 Cal.hour .

G'ville Shopping\ Ctr. 372.533.MOVERS : You Street.are hereby Macon.notified,32r.K.tan CORN ROLLS
FORD action for Divorce has been 9-j'J
Fam Tractors Implements filed against you James fc. Dlx.'. r
OTXP: KJUIPUENTOALIS on and copy you are required wrlUAn ledefenses I t 12fsANOUlf 3lIMMMtUM

PART SER7ICX: If nyftnoft <>" the
plaintiff attorney whose
4488 N. W. 6th 376-2543 name and address Is
OAVNESVULL FLA. Henorahle George H. Pierce
Lore Dlsta-'ee Moving P. O. Drawer 1030

GARDEN SUPPLIES Storage Packing Starke|, the Florldaclerkflof above styled court

Crt1r ShlppLur : othar. Colgate RIGHT >*OIIN *

Johnson & Far?*, Inc. Free Estimates Call brad wl.era demanded analnst 3udgemleet'may In you the for complaint t h..be relief en. TOOTH GUARD CREAMPIES FROZEN

1EEDAPLANTII- HILL'S Ptwt't0nn' ;.. my hand and the PASTE ANTI-PIRSPIMANf
Iiueetl MeW .-Pet StajjTll... pal of said Court on June I,
Van Scnrce Inc.
J'EBTD ts tlt IftlO .
An.mcr.ro'f".ald Court
Rent FntflMr' B.eea JortU 3S40 NJ!: Will to R4. n'v1U" By: Beulah M. Moody.

N.W. Mk .... fM47 372-4271 As Deputy Clerk
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Hampton Told No Hope of Grant For Water-Sewer} System at Present Civitana Install surer retary and, for Charles the 1970-71 Francis,year.sec-

,t r New Officers Herb Bevis of Gainesville, Lt.
Financing, planning: con* waiting Hit," Stevens, :recommended Individual< home owners expenses meeting Jack Trawick: from Governor of this district of CIv-
J.E Tomlinson was itan, told members and
connected with' a sewer their
eitruction of a sty; water and the Bradford County Health Tuesday
When asked what resources! plant were discussed.\ : StarkeCivitan president wives some history of the or-
ewer system for Hampton Department be asked to
dinner meetingat
of revenue would have to be Monthly rates would "prob- night at a ganization, celebrating Its fit
iwere discussed Monday night be present to explain plate& the Garden Restaurant Allen
when and @''HAedficial pledged to repay bonds for ably triple from the present laws and tieth anniversary In 1970.
engineers< an new zoning requirements Tarlton was Installed as presi Don
I met, with Hampton city the loan, he said than' revenue $3 or more," McGrtff' : said. forwater and septic Hill, retiring president,
dent-elect Olin White trea- master_ of
as was ceremonies
from water' hock- :
and Initial n
council. a sewer plant There would be up tanks. n.
kTLcL, 1 Perry C. McOnlff and John Itself probably 'would be the charges, for ,both water and Present for the meeting
DilLard of Gainesville engineers only income source the city sewer line Some localities *were Councilman. !! D. E. Hill, NOTICEFor
: and Albert Stevens of !would be required to pledge. (have an assessment plan for Glover, Hazel Thomas, and A.
the Farmers: Horne Admin- John Dillard said: that aa a sewers: the property owner C. Dennison: ( : Attorney Wilson
Btration, told of prospects for rule "a water system will pays a set amount, \may $3par Merrill McMillan county surveyor your information notice is hereby given thaton

getting federal help In water- pay a sewage system will front Wot.'wKen the'sewer L. 0. Johns T. .. Al- July 10, 1970 the agreement between the Starke

, newer projects, at the special not." He and Mr. McGrlff line connects with his prop- derman Lawrence. Bias W. Nursing Home, 808 S. Colley Road, Starke, Fla. .
cited examples cl water and erty, whether or not the actual -
council meeting called for H. Maxwell' R. J. Williams
and the Secretary of Department of Health, Education
this purpose. sewage: disposal system InNewberry. city sewer line has to run 1llard McOriff and Stevens.
Students in the Automotive Mechanics Course at Hampton:' would 'tie eligiblefor Suwanee, Mlcan- the, entire footage. & Welfare for participation by the Starke
a grant and or loan a3 aOrubl opy and Horseshoe where pop- The city would have !no liability Nursing Home as a provider of services In the
the Vo-Tech Center were presented special awardsat '\ -'c .}bs:!r"Y' r"lniarlly' serving ulation !figures 'were similarto for hooloup or upkeep on I wilt not be NOTICn..,,"pnnslbletor Health Insurance for the Aging Program (Medi
graduation ceremonies last Thursday night. 1st :aural residents to develops!' : Hamr.bon. Such a system Uw individual's property, but .By debts Incurred liv anyoneother care)' is hereby terminated.The .
row (I I-r) : Rufus Dixon, Public Relations; Gary Web- water supply systems and: can ,go beyond. the o'ty limitsto would construct lines 'to a than. myoolf 8.18 Elmer 2tp FIIg.glntham. 625PAYROZX

ber, Outstanding Achievement; Harry Baker, Best waste disposal' systems" stevens : Increase le' number of point where the homeowner Hospital Insurance Program will not make

General Mechanic. find row ((1-r) : Robert Chesster, said. The council has users they arid, ibut. when would have to hook on. Attorney ENVELOPES payment for covered extended care services furnished -
pipelines run too far between Dick Wilson said "You .
;legal Authority to :borrow and
Perfect Attendance; Jerry Redding, Most Improved repay loans, according to Its homes, the cost( is prohibitive. (would have 'to pass ordinances Bradford County Telegraph to patients who are admitted on or after
Student; Lamar Johnson, Outstanding Achievement; city charter. Councilman Pat Glover- said to require everyone' in the city Ph 964-6305. July 10, 1970

Quincy Gardner, instructor. Not pictured is William ___ pc4nted ___ that grant he'd- heard iwHrtprVa. of" Ham.... to__ 'tumlr olin___ In both water>' and___
no out;
Suggs who was cited for "Hest Care of Tools and is: a gift whereas a loan ton ikee; ;;;;;* ;; Interest, t sewer in order 'to make It -

Equipment." must be repaid. Grants areavailable iln water and sewer service, pay:'
( In theory, up> to SO but McGriff \said the 14 miles Financial assistance: for the
per cent, :but: money has not would 'be too far !to serve.Incorporating city for such a project might
V Tech Center Graduates 111 been appropriated:: In this be available' from ether sources day
OC- fire protection .'
amount.: A grant could be 25 such as Public Health, 3
or 30 per cent, he said. which would probably Stevens said. The entire cost, ca.- ::
require six Inch waiter pipe including planning\ and preliminary
"There Is a two-year 'wait-
In Ceremonies Last ThursdayThe
mains, extra
Ing period now, far grants for elevated) storage pressure tank pumps.with surveys! construction :
water works," the FHA official / contingency; funds to '
Bradford-Union Area Vo- nis Boatwrlght, James Milton said. He recommendedthe epeclfled height and capacity, pay interest on the loan during
cationdi-Technlcal Training Norman, Glenn Carlyle Ritch, city apply now, with: a notIce plus other re u1rements- construction: lawyers: '
Center graduated its largest James Horace Sapp, Richard Lafayette of Intent to be filed with should be Investigated along .fees, operating, could all be .
class last Thursday night when 111 Sapp, Julian George Scott, the Department: of Administration with other planning: accordIng Included In the loan.
students received certificates of Michael Steven Tew, Jimmie Joe In Tallahassee, with to Dillard. "One of the first:< things Is .a
complelon In 15 different cour- Wilkinson, Travis Carl Wynn, HUD and with FHA. "There la: a good possibilitythat : map of the city of Hampton #
Douglas Wyatt Bennett, Michael When asked if iwaa :: this would not have any 'wt'h all houses marked to determine S
ses.Graduation exercises were held Lee Conner, Glenn Ronnie Free- '}able waiter money and effect on lire Insurance rates. the location of the
in the Bradford Middle School man, Stanton Kent Thrift. lIIIVa/ now for without a paid fire department users," :McOrlff: said "A ,
\ he said'
sewer planning <
where certificates were awarded Ornamental Horticulture: Fre- ,but I ..definitely Chink house-to-house survey of these
btf Supt. T.L. Casey. The Invocation da Jean David Mack,Jr. "Through a loan, yes. But ;you ought to consider it tooth for and against would also be
student at
not present
was brought by Rev. (honor John Wesley a grant ways," he said. He recommended helpful." '
DeWitt T. Farabee, and instructors Lewis Mosley, Doris Ann Moore, tinge"A having a .fire insurance An information meeting for
were presented by L.T. Larry Padgett, Robert Edward comprehensive plan for ,underwriter at a council the public Is planned to de-
Rosier (honor student), Joseph waiter and sewage must be
Oglesby, director of the center. meeting to explain require termine citizens' opinions ofsuch
Receiving certificates Speed, Joseph Vernon Starling developed for 'the whole county
were: ments of the state fire insureante
project. In addition a
Automotive Mechanics: Lamar (honor student), Larry James !before those! present at 'the !Monday
county Is eligible for grant
Johnson Harry William Baker, Tanner. a - .
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Rufus Jerome Dixon Jerry Ed- Radio & Television Repair I: evens:> :saia. DraatOraoun 1"" -- --
ward Redding, William James James Phillip Carlton, Christy Commissioners, *through a $6,- JUNE
Suggs, Gary Thomas Webber, Chandler, Foster Paul Lott,Tom 840 grant are In the process CLAY COUNTY VOTERS
and Robert Wayne Chesser. Marks. ..of such a plan, to be! completed -
Commercial Cooking and Bak- Radio & Television Repair U: within a year.
ing: Ruben Arthur Hendrith, Jerome Thomas Robert Arnold (honor 18-19-20
"You cant hope to; put a Registration Books Will Be Open
Sims Kelly, Robert Nichols, student), Michael O. Baker,Ross without:
sewer system In a
Richard Vincent St. John, Edgar Chandler, Steve James Cox,
grant-so get ;your name xni a
Williams, Jr., Carolyn W. Dun- Charles Marion Fuquay, Walter KINGSLEY LAKE
avant, Paulette Ellxon, Vivian Curtis Harmon, John David Nail, Johns, Gloria Elizabeth Knight, Stop in your local CPA/
Luke. Emmett Maxie Norton,Jr.,Rich-
Sara Cordelia Lawson, Janice
Data Processing: Sharon Marie ard F. Wimpy. Allegra Mobley, Rebecca Ann RESIDENCE OF MRS. MARY SHIPMAN FMX Store for the beat

Eddings, earl Thomas Eiland. Vocational Office Education- Newham, Helen Kay Norman, Do- In Back of Kingsley Lake Cemetery Truck Tractor and
Carol Ann Harvey. Gloria Jean Clerical (360 hoursTheresa Ann nell Christine Padgett (straight t .Pas

Justice, Donna Jean Keys, Phyllis Clem, (straight A), Daisy Belle A), Dorothy Gail Saxon. andKEYSTONE senger Car Tires Available .
Anette Lyons,Ruth Ann Mann. Coleman, Mary Starling Craw- Vocational Office Education-
Industrial Drafting: Robert Joseph ford (straight A), Marjorie Sue Secretarial (540 hours): Marie !
Green, Benjamin Lee Mox- Crosby, Gloria Jean Justice, Linda Green, Margaret Teresa Kelly
ley m, Frank Lyle Patterson, Yvonne Tyson, Joan Elizabeth (honorable mention for attend- HEIGHTS
D.:anna Allen (straight A student Whitehead, Linda Elaine Young- ance); Catherine Charlene Le-
), Allen Andrew Griffin,Ron- blood. KEYSTONE WATER WORKS
fevers, Phyllis Annette Lyons, COTTON I I PRODUCERS
ald H. Knowles, David L. Las- Vocational Office Education- VIM Lin Putnam Janet Elaine,
siter, Ronald Ellis Regar. ((540 hours)Betty Lue ,
Secretarial Sapp, Mary Lee Strong Marie JULY 6.11
Electronics Technology I:MorrisJulius Davis, Hazel Dean King, Shirley Rosier Thornton,. B lda"Kaye'. \
Aaron, Gerald Leslie
Melvarean Morris -" '
Ann McDouglad, Tomlinson. EXCHANGECPAj
Crawford, Jr., Edward McCut- Debra Ann Mowry, Linda''lI Four additional courses an Those who cannot get to the Branch offices may ,.
chen,William James Ram Earl McGollie, Albert Cherise Nugent, Debra Irene offered at the center, but are In register at the Supervisor's office In Green Cove .

Electronics Technology son. II: Stinson. Pamela Jean Tomes. their first year and had no Springs through August 8, U.S. :JOt North At State Farmers MM.
graduates at this
Education- time. They
Randall Chism U ( ASSOCIATION
fect attendance;, Ronald Glenn per- Clerical (360 hours): Glenda Sue are: Basic Clothing Construction S. D. SAUNDERS Supervisor of Registration Phone 964.7871
Arnold Building Trades Electro-
Alvarez, Joann ,
Gunter, Edwin Sandel James
Ray ,
Madison Seymour. Louise Batten (straight A), Diane Mechanical Cluster, and Cosme. wwww

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KEYSTONE: : HEIGHTS MELROSE Keystone Plans Biggest FourthOf I

July Celebration, Fish Fry


Contract Let Four Keystone ,Height civic trophies. This colorful event Is
Hilites/ groups will join with the Volun- being sponsored by the Sports-
Keystone On New Keystone teer Fire Department In an all- men's Club.

out 4th of July celebration,,bigger After the boat parade a spec-
r By GLORIA REDFEARtt F FMr. Baptist ChurchA Y than anything yet staged In this tacular fireworks display will

Pl r community.; be staged by the Volunteer Fire-
se Call 473-323: Nh
or 473-41R/
contract was signed last rJoAnn Cooperating with the Firemen men as the concluding event of
Friday with Ellis 4 Ponsler construction In he events which will center the day.
company of Jacksonville around Keystone Beach will be

of Bradford County Hospital In for the new First Baptist Rotary Lions American Legion, SWIM PROGRAMA
Starke was guest speaker at Church of KeyitcneHeights.Construction and the Sportsmen's Club.A second fish fry will be held
the Rotary Club luncheon on Fri of the$95,500structure musical combo and other by the Rotary Club on July 17
day. He talked on the reasons was scheduled to start this week, live entertainmentwUl get underway from 5 to 7 p.m. for the benefitof New Keystone Lions Club DedicationSet
for the rising cost of hospitalcare. with target date for completion at the beach at 5 p.m.. and the swim program.
before January L featured speakers will also address Swimming classes will be held For Sunday, June 21st

The Annual Rotary Club Swim The new sanctuary will be of the crowd on the signi for two weeks, Monday through __
rr q t' ;, Program will begin July 6 and Norwegian brick, in colonial design ficance of Independence Day. Friday July 6-10, and July 13- The new u Keystone Heights on January' 19, and with a lot
go through the 17th. A fish fry and will have a seating The Rotary Club will servce 17, from 1 to 3 p.m. dally at Lions Clubhouse and Civic Cen- of assistance from club mem-
on Saturday July 4, will kickoff capacity of 425. The rear of the a fried fish supper from 5 to Keystone Beach. Instructors will ter will be dedicated at 2 p.m. bers md non-members who contributed -
this program with the Volun- structure will be two stories, 7:30: to help finance its annual be provided YMCA Camp Im- Sunday, June 21, at the site on their time and talent,
teer Fire Department putting on providing space for church offices swim program starting at the mokalee, and Mrs. Linda Whar- Nightingale Street, across from the first club meeting was held
a fireworks display that evening.A and Sunday School rooms beach on July 6. ton Is chairman of the Beach the high school stadium. The in tt" new building on April 13.
table will be set at the fish Total cost of the building, in-1 Following the fish fry a boat- Mothers, volunteer assistants.Jim featured speaker will be RobertE. Th. public is invited to celebrate -
fry for registration of the chil- eluding: furniture and carpet,will arama will be held on Lake Wharton, of the Rotary Hucker, of Jacksonville, International this day with the Keystone
dren for the swim program. The be approximately$106,000. Geneva with approximately 100 Club is general chairman of Director of Lions blot ., with a special Invitationto
lessons will be daily. from 1 tc decorated boats competing for the swim program. International. neighboring Lions Clubs and

3 p.m. Ground-breaking ceremonies civic and community; leaders.
KEREN" THERE Edward Patzer ThomasTo for the new building were held

We are happy to report that Services Held Wed Mr. Briggle Services Held For Col. Strong, -

Roy Watkins is now at home At --""
Keystone Hts. Saturday Night -"
from the hospital and is recuperating Production Manager For DuPontCol. .
nicely. His visitors are VOICE kx
Edward Pa'taer, 67, of Key
Mr. and Mrs. W. Rowan Thomas
limited and he needs lots of -
and Mrs. Claude Foster rest. We wish him a speedy re- stone Heights! died Monday Sr., of Keystone Heights, John E. Strong 62, production Seacoast Artillery School, Fort f 4
announce the engagement of their .June: 15. Hewas born In announce the approaching mar- manager of the Highland Monroe, Va., and was director x
daughter Barbara to John. E. covery. Mlnot. N. D., and ws employed nstrucdon for Anti-Aircraft c "
Also home from the hospitalis riage of their daughter, Minnie and Trail Ridge plants of the Du A portsrrlan
Cox son of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Freemont Tolles. He's been for 25 years by Eastman JoAnn, to James A. Briggle of Pont Company unexpectedly \rtillery School, Camp Davis
Cox, of Lake Geneva. Kodak Co., Rocheeter, N. N.C. He was a member of the
Miami. Friday June 12, at his home in
seen playing lots of golf so we Mw '
The wedding will be an eventof know he is feeling well again. Y. He was' a member of 4ha The event will take place Saturday Keystone Heights.He Joint Brazil-U.S. Military Com- BY D11RE (''lll'C'CY

July 21 at Gadara Baptist Mrs. Lois Walker has had as Keystone. Golf b Country C1'11'b.the evening, June 20, at 7p.m.in was born In Elmira N.Y. mission, attached as foreign
of the
Church, with members of Eastman liaison officer in charge of lend-
house her sister Pioneers Club Gadara Baptist Church near May 22 1908.
a guest, Mrs. on ; ,
Immediate families attending.Both lease and also served as a member -
Kodak and the Kodak A
Keystone Heights. roceptict
Cox and Miss Fos- Fosteen Evans of Dallas, Texas. Starting with Remington Arms Sec-
Mr. of the Joint Brazil-U.S.
Park Athletic Assn. will follow at the home of thebride's
ter attended Keystone Heights The Misses Kathy and Laurie Naomi a DuPont subsidiary in 1934 Col. ret Expeditionary Force as Port Hello, fishermen Have the fish and his fatiercauKhtl8bass.Sat-!
Wharton spent the weekend in Surviving is his widow. parents.All Strong transferred to the foreign Rio Janeiro.He been for ? They to !
High School. Commander at de biting you seem urdiy, Ioy fished shellcrack-
James friends and relatives are
Gainesville with Liz Bennett Padzer; two sons
Miss relations department of the Du- served as director of the Gen- have slowed down In some places ers. lie said they came on the
BOY SCOUTSThe a former Keystoner. While and Leonard Patzer. both of invited to attend.iELROSE. Pont Company in 1947,and servedat eral! Staff School, Wilmington but not In others. bed for about 18 hours and were

Boy Scouts held a Courtof there they enjoyed horseback rid- California: four risters, Mrs. many stations In the U.S. as Del., and was director of instruction Lonnie Melton and I tried tho :aff again but he expects themto
Honor on June 10 In the Masonic ing and a tubing party; down the Harry Pagel Coloma. Mich.. well as foreign countries, Including and Inspector of trainIng bream this week here and caught be back. He caught 25 Sun

Hall. All parents were Invited Ichtucknee River. Mrs. Victor Pagel. Orlando' : Argentina Brazil and at Fort Bliss, Texas Col. a few on the sandbars and !Mrs. day morning, Roy and party;
to participate In this oc- Dr. and Mrs. C.M. Booher (Mrs. Ed Klatt, BrMsh\ Columbia Mexico. He came here in 1963 Strong received the Legion of Melton caught a few on the dock. caught 5 bass.

casion. The boys advancing to had a visitor from New Cas- : and Mrs. Ivan Bowers, as production superintendent of Merit award and numerous other According to the reports from .About the only other fishing
Tenderfoot were: Bob Phllpotand tle, Mrs. M.H. Griffin. New York City; four brothers. the Highland plant,and was placedin decorations both In the U.S. and Griffin's Lodge the bass are biting report I have is that my parentsand
Ron Packard; to Second Class Albert! of Miami; Herman ofMinneapolis By Joyce Rowe charge of both plants, in the foreign countries. good. Tuesday, Alan caught my grandfather went to the

Scout were: Rick Schultz, Paul GOLF COURSE.A Minn., George of same capacity; in 1967. Surviving is his wife Agnes C. 10, Glen caught 10, and Roy and Oklawah.i camping over the week-
Proctor and Dave Proctor; advancing Scotch Foursome Tourna- Richland Wash.. and Howard and In addition to his work with Strong; one son, John E. Strong Paul Broome caught 20. Wednes- end and caught 40 bass and a
to First Class Scout ment was held Sunday afternoon of Edwardsburg. Mich.: Congratulations to Mr. DuPont. Col. Strong had a dis- Jr. of Mexico; one daughter day, Roy and Mr. Zellner caught few bream and catfish.The bream
Star Scout after which a covered dish sup Richard Fog Mrs. Joseph Knapp. They be- tinguished 30-year career with New 12. Bob Colman and 19 not
was Ben Snow and to and one stepson, Mrs. Patricia Estep Castle Roy got were biting good so they
Mark Klefer. Two boys advancedto per was enjoyed by the partici- arty of Orlando. came parents cf. a baby girl the U.S. Army both on active Del.; and six grandchildren. bass Thursday, one 10 1/2 and decided to try the schooling bass
Life Scout which Is Just one pants and other members of the Private funeral services with on June 11 In Alachma Gen duty; and as a reservist. He was Funeral services were held at four that weighed 25 Ibs. Thursday /and had, pretty good luck.

step away from becoming an Club. burial at convenience! : of the eral: Hospital. Th':", is the commissioned a second lieutenant 10 a.m. Tuesday June 16, In the : evening Roy caught 8 by him That's all for this week so
Eagle Scout. They were Tony Winners of the Tournamentwere family will be ait Keystone third child for them, as they in 1931 and received his DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Key- self. Friday, Roy and Mr. Poole Goodly and Ooodluck!
Burke and Rob Dazey. Grace and Gene Hacker. Height* Cemetery. Flowersare already have a boy and girl. final promotion to full colonelin stone Heights, with Rev.Frank -
Merit badges were awardedto Tied for second were Agnes Wat- gratefully declined. De- Maternal grandparents are 1944 retiring in 1968. During Thompson officiating Intermentwas
the following: Frank Bailey, son and Marty; Martin, and Lois Witt Jones Funeral Home' Mr. and Mrs. John Harpe. Sr. this period he served as a mem- in Keystone Heights Ceme- and Charles Henry Butler of Drug DangersTo
cooking Kevin Bannon, music; Walker and Gordon Bullock Jim 10eh&1"ae MC and Mrs. Cliff Carey( ber of the staff and faculty; at the tery. Ormond Beach were her guests. :
; Heights.
Cliff Brooker music and riding; Powell and Miriam Cantrell. of Keystone of services. and sons, G. C. and Clay.' Mr. and! Mrs. James Robbinsattended Re Taught:

Mark Klefer fishing, music and Mrs. Fran Stephenson present have moved from Melrose to graqyauon ceremoniesof
dog care; Tom Wilson, swim ed a tray to the Club on which Falatka. They had lived in both are graduates of Melrose v.mn..m..n.vfan the Vocational-Technical Cen- In Public Schools

ming, music and riding; Tony the name of the Most Improved Thomas Family Melrose\ several years and we High, School. ter in Starke, where their son,
Junior Golfer will be placed each Gary Webber, was a memberof teachers with ti!
fitness \cfiu.UnUng
Burke, athletics personal hate to aee them move. INDIAN BEACH
public speaking, dog care year. She presented this as a Reunion Set Mr. and Mrs. Bran McDonald :Mrs. Frances Pyle and her the class. He was presentedwith dangers of drug abuse will bet
and three citizenship badges for memorial to her husband, the have William Gest an electric drill for out- first step toward establishing
2The' of Gainesville purchased Mrs.
Les Sunday June daughter, lAb tl..d
late Stephenson, who was the ( heelByt ) standing achievement in mechan
Nation, Community and Home. and the comprehensive anti-drug
; their Place now of Columbus Ohio spent program
Golf Pro at the Club Mlcbael B.
Keystone ics. Gary left for Indianapolis
Rob awarded badgesfor In the public school.
Dazey was Melrose. friends
in 7 visiting
their home of June '
for manyyears. This year the make day Flu,475-1171 where.he anL, Us ,partner will )' at:: ?; \
athletics, personal fitness winner William and Louisa Wil- Welcome to them. and their In Melroae. 141".'Pyle 'i&'ba' .3 KentciV Ulttton.h: director *
and Trou-
was Bobby Hayes In the national
book binding and the three clt- Thomas family reunion will && && & & & compete health and physical education for
son three children. former< resident.! &&&& & &&&&&&& & &-
zenship badges for Nation, Community also mentioned were Larry Turk- be held Sunday, June'28, at Beu- Other recent newcomers to ble Shooting Contest.Mr. the St.tte Department of Educa-
nett and Edwin
; and Home. Rick Warren Baker. lah Baptist Church on SR-21 In and Mrs. Tom Norwood tion, said that a statewide drug
Mr. and Mrs. friends. Hope
Fran Melrose are Greetings, you
Chessington Presldentofthe Two Melrose teachers were held a birthday celebration for
education seminar for teachers
service star
received a 5 year Ladles Golf Clay County; (between Mlddleburgand Vance Powell and their four 13. have been enjoying this weatheras
Association pre- married Saturday, \ their sister-in-law, Mrs. Lin- is for late followed
In' -
for five In'scouting. ). planned summer
Keystone Heights
years sented the trophy for the Ninth children. The Powells lived Mills Anita SHlfanan was mar I have. It Is warm to hot nle Norwood last week. Those by regional training work-
Annual Christophers Tournamentto The meeting will begin with here several years ego and in in the daytime but cool at night. the affair
LITTLE LEAGUE morning worship services at Ham ried to Denver Sleph-sns!! enjoying were Mickey shops to Instruct teams of teachers -
Vesta Aiken.Congratulations. live in Not too much has been goingon Gaunt Mr. and Mrs. James Robbins
Bradenlon. They will -
The last regular games of the followed by a basket dinnerat from county school districts.
Little League Season were playedon to all the winners 1 p.m.H and a business meeting idle land is cultivated and plant- Tampa where she will teach around the Chlttys; this week. and son, Gary, Mrs. II.T. A bill was passed late In the

Saturday afternoon. Banner 1 to follow.> ed. Much of the labor is hand next year. Sunday to Wednesday Copeland with spent the Smith, Mrs. Ruby Wolfe and Mrs. 1950 regular session and Is on

defeated Kim's 17 to I with Mike All family connections and Interested wrought, with floating shops Crenshaws in Gainesville. My Jo Strandberg. The Ralph !Mills Gov. Kirk' dusk, carrying: an
Wingate pitching for Banner and friends are cordially invited (oriental boats and sampans) a- Mr. Raymond! iMoseley and cousin Jerry Crenshaw gradu- were also visiting the Norwoods appropriation of $76,400 for

Randy Mllllken, Bobby Tkacz according to A.J. Thomas long the many canals and rivers. Miss Teresa Delroie: were ated Tuesday night and Grand- Monday. They are former neli.h- teacher training programs.
Time Head and Arnold Reed pit- Sr., secretary-treasurer. The bathers were mostly child- married In Jacksonville. They mother was there for the cere- bors here. Clifton said that rather than
ching for Kim's. ren who bathed In the nude.Other will attend Jacksonville University monies. He was the last of her Last Saturday night, Mr. and have a special class in drug
Cuave and of
Gus and Mitch beat McKay's J items of Interest included the .. this summer and both grandchildren to finish school. Mrs. Sonny Tracy education and require every
11 to 8 with Larry Gouldthorpeand Golden Buddah, and the forced Mulberry were guests of the student to take it, the subjectwill
.J"How Melrose -
''Will teach at Now comes greatgrandchildren. -
Mark Barker pitching for NEWS NOTES feeding of snakes. In Burma at Jack Millers. Weekend guests 1 be correlated into the science: and
fall. Mother and I went
in the over
Gus and Mitch and Kevin Ban- the scared Temple, on entering were Betty, Mac and Chuck Mc- health classes required of every
By Helen V. Egan:; to Gainesville Wednesday to pick Gowan of Milliard Chuck remained -
their student
non pitching for McKay's.An they had to remove shoes.
Grandmother and do
School 'will start again on up some for the week. Sunday,
All-Star Team will be selected f@ Their ultimate destination was
from the teams of Gus i Saigon where their son Larry, September;, 8. Preplanning shopping. Friday night I attended Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Thorne, Andy EZI'Jt.\.c.I'; TYPEWRITER
CLUB Youth at the Hampton
and Mitch, McKay's and Kim'sto FELLOWSHIP and his wife and 4 months old son 'Trill begin August 24 and registration a Rally The and Betty; Louise, Mrs. Ruby PAl'LIl, Mimi Paper, Bond
The June 11th luncheon pro Baptist Church. young people -
Dyal, Mrs. Rosetta Estes of Mc-
while Is with will be .sometime .
play the winner of the Little live Larry the Paperotdiook Fillers. -
meeting of the Club was from Trinity; Baptist Churchof
gram Intosh, Peggy and Coburn Rain
U.S. Government Time did not that week.
LeagueBanner.. i I Aid at Masonic Hall, at 12:30. Jacksonville were our guests. of Gainesville were guests. Bradford County: Telegraph.
allow for films in Saigon, but
The five Invited guests were introduced Saturday night Grandmother andI
can they keep that Mr. and Mrs. Mac Adams and
up Lillian and Tom will show these
ROTARY CLUB all day?" by Program Chairman Faith Presbyterian Church and Otis Melton attended a fish family, Mr. and Mrs. II.L. Sullivan LI:GAL, .'OIUJ. Brat
George Canova, Administrator Ethel Weyman. President Fern sometime President next Hanson Fall. dispensedwith will hold Vacation Bible fry and a Singing at the Church. and family, Mr. and !Mrs. ford County: Telegraph. h.

-------- - -- Hanson deferred the business business that School slatting' Sunday.' June Otis spent the night with us Earl Morgan and family and the 9r.1-r.31). ):..
meeting in favor of the special any except 28. It will be a family Sunday since my parents were camp Currington family are all guests
Club will make contri-
q ," program. About 40 members and the a School wIth the whole family ing for the weekend. Sunday of Griffins Lodge this week.

Y ,.I, rrjR guests attended, and enjoyed a did bution for to the the Women's Lions Club Club, as; they and participating: In the program Grandmother and I spent the That seems to be all of the I KEYSTONEHEIGHTS

? :. two-fold program one musicaland the Game Days (fourth Thursday) Topics covered will Include day at the Lonnie Meltons in I news for now, so I will see you
o the other a pictorial travel- will be OMITTED the summer Youth, Hunger, and! South Hampton. I next week.
Dave Hosack, his wife and four
America. There 'will be a
og.Mrs.. Charles Newman and her months. Any necessary special project with each pro children spent last week at the
occurs before the July
twin daughters Karen and Gret- Lanier cottage. Mr. and Mrs.
v ; chen, and Mrs. Gertrude Christ- covered dish luncheon meeting gram. Francis McGurn and Pat and My Neighborsyvv
f offers were the guests.The New- members will be advised by tele- Mike are spending this week DIRECTORY
Is increasing
J// 4kt phone. Registration
man twins have been under Instruction there.
; Center
p Melrose Day Care
in piano by Mrs. Janet COMMUNITY CHURCH &t the Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Shawver
the' :project seems tobe .... ,,......
Lamm. Everyone was very proudof Rev. Stewart McCord of ThawI I: end and Mrs. Helen Walker of Jack- :T
their renditions of several vllle ni. was candidate minister D coming along quite well sonville spent Sunday with Mr. B1Af.r.: I TV SHOPKEYSTO

r a ; nil piano duets and one piano solo. on last Sunday. At present he Is 'The tables and chairs so badly and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter. MaJ. ,( .----
P The hall rang with their final preaching in a CongregationalChurch J needed have been donated and Mrs. J.M. Lorimer m and
number"The Stars and Stripes but has been visiting There! is need now lor an air children of Washington D.C. and !E

Forever." Twins are usually his parents In Atlanta, Ga., and conditioner.: as the building Mrs. J.M. Lorimer Jr. of Jacksonville BEAUTY SHOP
Identical in all forms of dress Mrs. McCord's parents in Clearwater I gets pretty hot sometimes. So spent Wednesday with

and interest, but Keystoners find Mr. and Mrs. Mike Redd d f you've recently Installed anew them. Mark Reddish of Starkeis FniTII JOHNSON Owner
that Gretchen and Karen dress fearn entertained the Mr. McI I air conditioner and your their guest for the week. f Personal and Creative Hair StylIng
differently and are completelyan Cord and his wife for dinner one old. one still works here Is a Mrs. Ed Carter of Vero Beach Every Fore of Beam

3R. vl +r'rp entity; to themselves. day recently as they were returning ,chance to do a good dead and her sister visited Mr. and Culture -TU.-Sal. 9-5; closed
AROUND THE WORLD IN 30 from Clearwater to Ill- There ta also need for a mop,, Mrs. Dick Milliard last week. Mondiv
;ia MINUTES. Was far from enough inois. a I broom and a mop pail. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Millsof
q ''c-i for members Tom and Lillian Cuthbert, Ga. visited Mrs.
Norwood to show their colored PERSONALSAll MAC MEETING Jo Strandberg Monday. Tuesday NUISERY:
tildes, and have time enoughfor of the retirees of Keystonearea Three new directors were/ Mr. and Mrs. Mac Ellis, their 'Talk about old movieshe's -

the showing of their unusual open their hearts In deep I chosen at the regular monthly daughter and grandaughter\ visited J actually got a prhaie'
of the Best News and ornate articles purchased In sympathy for Mr. and Mrs. A.F. meeting of the Melrose Action her. Sunday, Dorothy Sam I oomt" O.C. Carnes Nurser:

Appears First in a Book both the Near East and In the (Clack) Crosby former Key- ant, """"",""_. .A.....*...CJ._ we r e Clinton
Thousand of
Far East ornate the Brass whose John passed Schoen- plants
By stoners, son England Mrs. Albert
Take this happy young lady, for instance. She's hand-wrought articles were massive away suddenly last week. Mr. I eman. Earl Cunnfntfiam. Oth KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN THEAIRL I Fruit Trees-Shade! Trees
in design, and the large hand Crosby. Sr. was an officer In ,er directors are E. R. Sim- EvergreensCarteHiaa
already: spreading the news all around town about embroidered lace table cloth and the Community; Church as was mons. Sewell Proctor, and & Azalea

where she's going to college this fall. Actually this lapklns) were of a very Intriguing Marie, in both church work ana David Mills. They 'will meet Thurs., Fri.I S at. June 18. 19, 20 jOT \T,L IV CANS

good news was first written in the pages of a I [ sign. Artistic protralts of Woman's Club prior to their I and discuss further plans lor .__ .-. __.. ".------. PI V* '! ,VNYTIMBlicautiful
savings bank book. In which each deposit enteredwas I native men and women were so return to their former home InKissimmee. I the organization. :. Roses
colorful. About a year ago,
a firm step forward to her goal! .. "'II'U' v: viir'HiMfl: t tM
Tom and Lillian went first to they moved Into an apartmentin LandscapingPhone
Yon: too can read some "good news" about collegefor 1 the Holy Land and in Jerusalem Jacksonville to be near John's Policies for also] the*soused cay care. It ,. .. ', ::r':1< ,
center were
your child in the pages or your savings bankbook 1 they spent considerable time family. John was former County; I decided the coat would be ; ,_.._, .___ _. 659.2165
]photographing the interior of the Engineer, and after the Jacksonville ,was 1 I- ii'
I First step is to set up a systematic savingsplan I Holy Temple It's sanctuaries Consolidation' was chief .It for the first child, 75 cents + 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke en

designed to accumulate the necessary funds burial rooms, all In vivid coloring in charge of streets and high for the second and SO cents ... .. .., ,d-__ _.____..--.i Hwy. 100 at FiorahomeSun.
when the time comes. Then follow through with J tile and design of the oriental ways at the time of his death. !for' the third.Duplicate .

your deposits according to schedule: and the .1 tone. They made stops in Mr. Crosby Sr., has been very ., Mon. June 21, 22 Tues., Wed June 23.: 21. REALTOR

news .Is sure to be oodlKEYSTONE releaViv. Bangkok andTalpi, enJoying 111 and hospitalized for several Bridge ____ ... __. .... S. E. MeK \Y.
more photgraphlng of new weeks. Friends here In Keystoneare Duplicate: Bridge winners :-_-_- r-- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 479-U1
BANK construction: ; so Interesting that much concerned about Jack last week were: Mrs. Roland O0r : j: Appraisal Service

STATE materials in the housing using Sr., who was so proud of his son Bryan and Mrs. F. T. H aue.: .J ,) I 4 1 i '. The Best la LakaCren
I amboo. There were many parks and his other son Harold Crosby, 1st place; Mrs A. V. BannlsUr "' :-:: homes Acreage Rental
Member FJ>.LC. Keystone Heights Fla. with. gay pagodas lakes and who is President of Pensacola and Mrs. C. W. HardY ) 'jw ----:-;. ASSOCIATES

monuments, all In full bloom with Junior College. Prayers are so 2nd: Mrs.. PalQJloyd and .. .. 4Mb',, 473-4744 .
Bank In Your Friendly J Ilxen
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"Your Friendly _
largely the same flowers and much needed to support Marie ;Mrs. Harriet Hanlin. 3rd; Miss I 1'-- a Cfa a'lu,toa f13-4m
Community. I shrubs of Florida azaleas, pet- ,and Jack during these very sad. Sally (Mansfield and Mrs By- '. _' .: .., J L J, Robinson/ 475-MU
,mIa roses and every inch of days and weeks. orick, 4th. ... _. T _
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Bradford Hospital Operating'In United Farm

The Black,' Audit Shows Agency NamesRepresentatives

\ Now Hearing its fifteenth ;year Administrator George Canova

of service to the area, the Brad- notes with satisfaction. Paul and Irene Faulkner have 6r
ford County Hospital is still operating A recent audit[ for the fiscal been appointed as representatives _
"in the black"and more year ending March 31 foundottse for United Farm Agency,

complimentary; letters have beet hospital operating "in Inc., Registered Real Estate Broker -ia,?......'
coming in lately than complaints, despite a 15 per cent increasein in Starke and the surrounding -
the cost of drugs, medicaland area. The appointment is JIMMY MOORE'S WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn
pharmaceutical supplies !in being announced by President CLASSIFIED: AD RATES SUN SPORTS Smith Plumbing: Crosby Lake &Crosby\ Lak

I IK the past year. Norman C. McCain from thecomparty'e Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes
Minimum Charge -_.. .1.75 FOR' RENT: TV sets babybade
Room charges were advancedon national headquarters and Supply Summer Cottage Or Year-
February 1 to $29 a day for In Kansas City Mo. (Covers IS word) elec. guitars, amplifier. MOORE\ BOAT FOR Round Cluing,
a semi-private and $35 a day for United is one of the nation's Each word over 15-7o HMER'8.refrigerators 064-7923.: day or tf-Chg YOUR MONEY All Lots Ready To Go-Clear
a private room in the 63-bed largest brokers of country and Raiford Road ed. Graded & Lenled.
hospital. All employees are under suburban real estate and operates SOc Extra Charge it not MEN WANTEDLaundry!: Starke Ph. 964-6791 Phone 964-6023 Priced From 99500. Flnan-

the Federal minimum wage 475 sales and service offices paid In advance worker, Kitchen aids, laborer : sing Available. Call 964-7701.
law, which now has a minimum In 32 states from coast to coast. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY *, cottage parents, watch Complete Outboard & Contracting and Repairs
starting wage of $1.45 per hour, The United real estate office cook and clerks ground- Stern Drive Service and HOUSE PAINTING Inter-'
advancing to $1.60 minimum on in Starke is located at the Faulk- $1.50 Per loch keeper man :, truck driver. Fir Repair. Complete Fiber. Plumbing Fixtures for and exterior. First class:
Feb. 1, 1971 The largest expenseat ner residence, 206 S. WaterSt. Water Heaters 'workmanship.: Reasonable
!Memorials Resolution day. glass Custom-
day week eight hour : Repair. .
is the salaries
the hospital
Water PampeSTENOExperienced Under contract: or hourly.Lonnie .
90 including Proclamations etc -7c word State retirement, vacation. built Fiberglass Fishing
paid to the employees Roberta, Raiford. telephone
style leave.:If Interested Dletseeapply
from the director Boat
everyone CARDS OF THANKS 431-1126 between the
of to custodians. >In person Personnel
A new setup nurses for the hospital .ties for the later expansion. 50 words or less ? ......3.00 Manager, Sunland Train- hours 7 am.5 pjn. weekdays..

emergency room was started in ewest equipment installed at Each word over 50-70 Intr Center Gainesville. 77*. in credit 4tp 6-18

February when Harold R, Hauler The hospital was an x-ray ma- An equal opportunity employ. 1 dispatch: and general offica! FOR RENT-Lake place on

Jr., D.O. began a Monday chine purchased last January and er. work, desires:: employment. Bedford Lake. Mrs. R. F. Macritt. -
"elivered in February. Mr. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic tf'l.h.WATSON'S MARY Phone 5332492. tfchg
through Friday, 5 p.m. to 7 month 496-6887.! Lake Butler or
a.m. on-duty shift. On weekends 'jova remarked that one Letters all aizes.! colors Permanent 964-6236. Starke. 2tohg 6-18
later this same piece of equipment FOR RENT-Large upstairs!
Mr. Canova says, the emergency use on wood glass.plaUc. .
room !is covered by U.S. Navy would have cost five per paper, metal, leather. furnished apartment. No pets. FOR! RENT One bedroom
doctors from Cecil Field. They cent more. Comparing today'shospital ANYTHING I -Bradford County House of Vacuum, CARTER Couple, only. Phone 9646352If furnifhed,!. house. Apply 308 S.
have Florida Ucenses and are costs with five years Telegraph. tf no answer 533-2252 after 6 Water St. Kchg
included on the "courtesy staff" ago, he said a semiprivateroom Many brands of :new vacuums p.m. tfchg
of the hospital. Thirty doctors, was $20 In 1965, and a Southern Marine $39.00 up. Used machines from CULTIVATED BLUEBERRIES
much FOR SALE 3 bedroom 2 !bath!
private room $22.50a $10, Expert Repairs all make -
from Gainesville and Jackson- PAINTSNEW U-plck. 25c Ib. We pick: 35c
smaller Increase than in many Moved To Gainesville Parts and Accessories for all modern bride home. Hardwood
ville, are on the courtesy staff lb. 7:30: can to 6:30: pjn..
THE FIRST NAME::\ IN cities of the U.S.Approximately. floors, large] lot. Reasonable.
and supplement the regular med New NameGainesville vacuums. Built !in Central vac Monday thru Saturday. 2:30: p.
SMALL CARS ical staff of the hospital, com- 40 per cent of uum cleaning \systems. 712 If. Call 964-7870 alter 5 p.m. 2 m. to 6:30: pm.; Sundays. 2
the patients are on medicare at MarineLYNN blocks from Southside school.
posed of local physicians.The Main. Gainesville 376-7110 ITEMS miles east ,then 1.8 miles
the present time, and it is a 2tchg 6-18
DATSUNGAINESVILLE hospital was opened herein HAMILTON MGR. north from Orange Hts! 475-
fact that elderly
1956 with 25 beds, and a well patients established require more time and Johnson:: Motors Cobra Boata PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to WALL PAPER FRESH RANCH eggs for Bale. 1151. E. D. Longnecker, Earl
27 bed addition was constructedin $625. Take the drudgery out
effort on the part of the staff, Marine Supplier Unpainted Just souith, of Steel mill on eton Beach. 4tchg 7-2
1963. Incorporated in the original of) paper work.-Bradford Counr Furniture
2nd Ave. 2nd St. S. E
and more drugs than do young Lincoln City road. H. E. Browder. -
plans were adequate heatIng 1030 E.University Ave. ty Telegraph tf FOR SALES bedroom Concrete .
Gainesville Florida phone 964-5760. Itp
er patients. Wood
cooling, and Idtchen facil- GaloasviUe Graining Kit Block house in Saratoga
Barbara Hutcheson Is director NOW IN STOCK Construction
----------.._-------. of nursing at the hospital, and Paper. All colors In the raln- K-80 Paint FOR SALE OR RENT :2-3 bedroom Heights. 1016 Pratt St. Small
r-- the nursing staff includes reg- !bow. Bradford County Tele Remover : house. Central air! and equity and assume. payments.

The/ Summer Program Iat t istered nurses, licensed practical !graph. tf heat. Small down :payment. 964-7261. Ztchg 6-18
nurses aides, and orderlies. 102 EAST BROWNLEE Starke 1 mile Phone 9645606.
The Bradtord-Union Area Vocational Technical t. Some aids and orderlies are SEARSHas FOR RENT Kin3': !es9 Lake itfchg For Sale-Service pole for mo

Center in Starke will begin on July 6 and end on t hired without previous exper- I new dupex! apartment' :by' weekor STREET Sweet Corn $1.50 buhel and bile home. Call 964-7627.
lence and receive in-service Everthing month during: rummer call 3tchg 7-2
August 6,1970. The Classes are open to anyone who other vegetables: miles

1 would like to attend. 't. training The Board at the of hospital.Governors run Merrltt or 964-7788 Williama home! 964-5391 office tfchg: .. .. ........ _. east of Starke on Highway 16. WANT NICE home for kittens
STARKEPhone ltchgFOR -Free. 426 N. Walnut St. Itp
the hospital under a special legislative -
Classes Will Be Offered In The : act of 1956. They are appointed WANTED: Good, reliable;!} man and FOR :SALE-1969 Toyota $300,
RENT2 air
up payments, A-l
9646848IF Rent 3 ..bedroom house,
I For
by the Governor, and meet for outdoor, agrJcuI!-uraUy-re- -
Areas condition 32 miles to cottages Klnglssy Lake -
Following : once a month. Under this same lated work: at good salary.! a gallon. Good condition located 1 mile
special act, $15,000 [In racetrack Knowledge of farm machinery 468-1371. Itp Call .at night Ph 5332366tfchg north on 301. out of city

Radio & T. V. Repair American HistoryAmericanism 1 funds are allocated through the helpful. -- Bill Eherwosd.' Rt. FOR RENT- Furnished 2-BR limits: : call 964-6606 for !infor

Refrigeration & Air vs Communism County; Commission to the hos- WE DON'T HAVE IT 2, BOX 72K Ph. 964-6742, Starka redecorated apartment in du For Sale-Month Old Poodles. mation. Itchg

1 Condition pital each ;year. Other than this, we'U get It for yon Office ItchgFAYE'S plex. Goad: Location.! W. H. Call 9646937. tfchg
Science Auto :Mechanics the hospital must be self-sup Supplies, Furniture, Equip Nollman. tfchg FOR SALE Kenmore washer
t t porting through its own operation. ment. Bradford County FABRICS First: quality COLONIAL :FLORIST for sale.Call excellent condition $65. 2
Sewing Bookkeeping :No> local taxes are levied for this Telegraph. dress, drapery, upholstery FOR RENT-Large House, unfurnished 964-629 for information.Stchg! English Raliegh ,bicycles. Keystone
Shorthand & Transcription Elementary Education purpose. material.! Notions, chenille bedspreads 3 bedroom: 2 taths, 6-18 473-4312. ltpFEMALE

I English t The hospital is accredited bya WANTED LISTINGS I tapestries. Also sec located at 408 N. Watr St., s s> 6.
Typing Horticulture national group the Joint Com- On Homes and Acreage Buyers ands mill ends: BaakAmerl- For Information: : call after 5
: :Math t mission on Accreditation of Hospitals Waiting trout Realty Rez.; card ,and Master Charge. Open p. m.. 9C4-5490 UpReliaMs
with headquarters in Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. Monday 10-7( : Tues. through Experienced

CLASS HOURS WILL BE 7:00.10:00: P.M. Chicago. Ph. 964-6609! Startee. Fla. Sat., 9-7; Sunday 1-6. Hwy 201 lady' TriJliss part time HIGH SCHOOL
m mt. north of Waldo tfchg /work. What have yrj: ? Write: Sewing Machine
.L MONDAY THROUGH! THURSDAY. ---.J V For all your Real Estate :Mrs. B. 408 S. Redgrave, I Starke!
__ A FOR RENT Me-.E-.tain Cottage GRADUATES
new translation of the BI- NeedsBuy Sell Exchange Up
ble appears Only a pessimist : Appraisals.. Expert $43 w ek, completely furnish Operators
r---------------- would get the Idea that more Advice on all Real ed. Weeks available in June FOR SALE-63 Valiant, good
people are translating the BIble Estate Problems Call July an! A';ust. R. E. Ed- condition< rails, heater, 'bucke f" '*" Want to learn production

is CLOSING OUTSALE : than reading it. BILL POWELL mon'.,n. Stir Rut, Box 32, Beats., one onnes. $-195., 408 S. Single Needle sewing?

Reg. Real Estate Broker Black Maintain, N. C. 28711. Red grB.ve.: Stark. ".Idp! *" Safety Stitch *"
Phone 984-6464 Fhora ((7041> 68!-861. tfchg Work in a clean air
1 .(' FOR SALE 18" cu. foot rr-sez-! *" conditioned ?
I plant
Starke Plaza Starke Double Needle
II .7 a:.OY....,, BIC PENS. Ball Point Re er, 616 lb'!. compaclty, $19' .8B

I t BE A DO.IT.YOURSELF tfchg fills. Bradford County Tele __ ____ 2tc. '* Earn good Pay
rranri., $1.80 Per Hour
:For Sale
I -1962 Flymcu/ch convertible If you are not going:
filler DID YOU KNOW It's easy Is sound
f M KontrolABug BroWn mr.Jrardcally and to college or business
t fI own a Lonchamp Home? $150. Call 9S4-6202. tee up
school t this fall and
I Better built for Florida:! liv- --
ing. Your plans or ours. Your THREE BED ROOM: FRAME"HOCSE For Willing Workers would like an opportunity

EW WHD NO MISS NO SKI* 9 lot or ours. Contact Buford( to learn a pood-pay-
50/o OF Mil M C<..M|warm Tiut. fa. fats Hum k M.tchell.: phone 064-6353. P. O. Close !in! pave street, lots of in? vocation this summer

=.'for' = MINUTES! olk.wagenrole" Box 238 S>arke_tfcrig shrubbery, tile bath, living Apply in person only, then see Mr. Tuck.
room dining room, kitchen:: ,
a ? PUMPS oak soars Priced at 850000. 8:00: A.M.::\ to 4:00 P.M er Monday through Friday
B Used tO! ). 8 to 4.
A. J. THOMAS Realtor a.m. p.m.
: Sales Service ? NEW ANT IT __
-ARTS..sERVICE 111I'I __
ON 1 Ml. North of The Man

1 6'fis-JACKSONVILLE FLA 132O1 Water Softeners & Filters Tetanus Tozoldileeping Vogue Mfg. Co.

Expert Service On Sickness :Mfe. Co., Inc.
I STARKE All Makes I JlMemper Hepatitis- Lepto 710 S. Water St.

ALL PLANTS I Slarlce Builders Supply omblotlc Starke, Fla. 710 S. Water St.
Starlin,,'* FRM Feed Store ELECTRIC TALLY- Plurr.blnr: Service
1 EBwrris Grx'ervLAWTEY MASTER Acid :Machines, with! Phone 964-7061 1NDREWS DRUGS Starke Fla.WANTED .

subtraction. SPECIAL this\ DURRANCE PUMP\ -
month only $69.95. Ideal for WIMBERLY'S Railroad! ; Salvage
Waters Store
: STARKE 301 NURSERY home or light office work. Groceries, Fabrics Band
Thompkt- Grocery Just started Gospel
:FOR SALE Ualtard Duck.
Bradford County Telegraph, tlREMINGTON Clothing, Shces, Furniture, -
Needs Good Ampifier! Mikes
INSURANCE 2 months old $S.9PaIr.\) + De
Brooher Grten' StareHamptan Tools. Plenty
Bargains I 7434
t CASH REGISTER AT REDUCED RATES Blending Blvd., Jacksonville. 464-5543. T r- etc.Phone Call No. 984-?37 And Leave
General' tore AUTO
----- ---------- : 2-total electric slightly FIRE. BOAT tfci*
Lake Butler Snlre IGA used. Cost new, $420. Save $100. DOYLE E. CONNERINSURANCE -

Our sale price, $320.-Bradford AGENCY
:Mary Carter Paints Distributor tens BARRETT
County Telegraph tf
Phone' 96 -1()'>,

LUMBER AND MATERIALSAT FOR" RENT- Furnished apart. BAIRDMobile Water Conditioning

ment. 4 rooms and bath utilities >
MILL PRICES furnished. Couple only-No Homes and Pump Co. BIG

a, L a / Pets Call 964- 852. tfcng NEW and USED 130 Court Street : GAME..

2x4's, 14 ft. thru 20 ft., suitable for barn and Four !Miles Out 8-10-12 WideGalDewTflle Phone 964-5832 TMERE

stable construction. Raiford Road WANTApg

(t c per linear foot, any length MODERN Large: MASONRY Living: Room HOME Reasonably Good Quality Priced STA-RITE

,I Paneled Family Room Gainesville 378-2785 Water Conditionersand
Many, Many Extra Pumps
29 guage Galvanized Roof ::Metal 32 in. wide by Only $13,850 Serviced DeUnred Guaranteed In and WELL DRILLING

lR and 20 ft, long Ask 964464 BILL POWELL, BROKER NO EXTRA starke COST Area Sales and Rentals)

$10.95 per square ,. 9U..6810h. US 441 N. 450J NW 13th Repair Department '
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CharlefE. Gainesville 378-278S 24 Hour Service

Creosoted Barn Poles a CARL BEGGS
FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse
Gulf : 0n.e-2 bedroom 1
3 to 4" Tip x 12 ft. _.__ _____________ 2.50 ea. ServiceUSED : 3 bedroom. 1 bath, cen : : One 3 ,bedroom;!: Kith

4 to 5" Tip x 12 ft. u_ .____ ________ 3.00 ea. Johns PARTS tral heat ft alr-oondlttonlng.! Corner air eoriditlonlag.! for sale or

4 to 5" Tip x 16 ft. ______ _______ 4.50 ea.2x8' Top Prices for Wrecked Cart lot Phone 964-5167.: tfchg- rent. Phone! 43M039. tfchg
About This JnesUon: e .
14 Hoar Wrecker Service POSTED SIGNS: Treated to
"Building costs are up about withstand weather! :SOc each. George E. LaRue
Pressure Treated 4% each year. A Fuel Oil $2.25 doz. Special price on larger INSURANCE V
Suitable Homeowner at full Used Can quantities. Bradford< County
for Corral & Fence Construction Policy Auto
I .Fire! Homeowner
Tel raph. I
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16c per linear foot value will fail to meet re It".. 341 N. Waldo LIFE & ACCIDENT

placement value by roughly 468.1998National WANTED: Used WringerWanker.

12% at renewal time Will pay cub or take in Keystone Heights 473-4891

1959 Great Lakes House Trailer three years later. Does the trade on an hJna. DAHMER'S.
Charley E. Johns Aaenchave 964-7923. tf-cag FOR SALE-Complete set Walker
Reasonably Priced Sewing Golf Cabs Goad: : condition: :
an Inflation Guard'endorsement WILL BUY: Used Appliance,
-plu.s hand
: cart.Also two sWestI.ngh0U33
that increases Machine Co., F'+ealture, TV's, Stereos any- : Electric fan.

We deliver Free of Charge in Bradford the policy \% each three Largest selections from which thing! of value. DAHMER'S. Phrne 9645605./) 3tp 6-18

months to maintain re to choose Pfaff. Necchl: Nelco, MEN WANTED Men cottage
County, orders of $150 or more. pla'ementalue over the New Home ft t7rJ\ rsaJ. parents age over 21. Starting ACREAGE
This Need vacant:: lard and smallfarms
I full three )"ears'?" Ad Worth 3.00 On Any pay $329 month, promotion opportunities >in Bradford and surrounding

MUTUAL LUMBER CO. Charley E. Sll W.Purchase TJnlvg.-ilty or Ave.Repair 378-1338 : in pay.and 8 regular hour day increase S Ogllrtc: counties.765-4158 Please or KL!contact sge- ar:

dayweek, sick leave, vacation, ley Lnfcs 533-2711. Frank E. kgrapb
SEWING MACHINE Cleane 5 miles South of Starke on U.s. 301 JOHNS AGENCY Interested. hangar Bkr. 3889873. 8tchg 7-2
oiled and
adjusted la your please apply in person Personnel
Ph. Starke 961-7190 or Waldo 468-1312
131 So. Walnut St. nom*. $3.00. Vacuum cleaner i Manager Surlasd TrnlnlcgCen FOR RENT12' Ride 2 bedroom :
Phone repairs also. All work' guarante ter. Gainesville, Fla. trailer: outside city
964-5070 ed. Dennis E. Cogging.> Phone An equal opportunity employ limits J. B, White 9646114.tfcfcff.
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