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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 27, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Teacher pay increases totaling about $155,000 av

a.x. ; eraging six to eight per cent were tentatively approved -

public hearing the County's I by the Bradford School] Board! Tuesday night.

proposed zoning code Is set at 8p.m. 4 The increase averaging $500-$800, is contingentupon
July 10 In the new court
house. actual receipt of $300,000 in new state funds the

Work on the proposed zoning Randy Johns board.made clear.

ordinance was completed last
monday by the Zoning Committeeand R. Johns It Is about $27,000 less than "In the past lots of good people -

the document In now ready< recommended by Supt Tom Ca- came and stayed a short (
who sought to give teach- time" he told the board. "This -
for to the sey
presentation public
The Triest barn roof was blown off. Tin was blown hundreds of according to Chairman John To- AnnouncesFor ers going on continuing contracta Is a built In point to entice those

yards from the barn. rode. bigger boost people." He pointed out under

Copies of the text of the pro- a his proposal a beginning teacher I
I
ClerkRandy could start at $6,500 obtain amaster's '
posal are available In the county 1'
clerk's office for residents to 1 degree at night and In

High Winds Rain Cause Damage study. Lack of funds has prevented Johns 29-year-old summers over the first three .i!
the publishing of but a ti v A years, then Jump to $9,100 if
Starke resident announced Mon-
he goes into his fourth year on
winds and rain club of Pro Herb few copies prepared by the county day for the office of county; clerk .
High Saturday The patio roof on the son Herres saw Judge's office. The document continuing contract and with the
afternoon caused to the house the storm approaching and for the two-year unexpired termof
damage at the country club was ran must be studied In the court- Maurice Edwards master's degree.
Ernest Triest farm on SR-18 blown off. Three young boys on Into the clubhouse Just In timeto house obtained by paying the reproduction the late Clerk Charles A.Dar- But led by Board Member

east of Hampton and to the Starke the patio, one the 11-year-old avoid being on the porch when fee. by.A Charles Sawyer the board gutted

Golf and Country Club. the roof was lifted. Meat of the zoning proposalcan drafting engineer Johns has M. Edwards that big Jump at the con-
Some persons think the storm The fence to the country club obtained been employed for the past 10 tinuing contract level and limIted -
be the
by studying
might have been a small tornado UtilityHead swimming pool was bent by the zoning maps, using the Index of years by Clay Electric Cooperative Will Run raises to $500-700 across

which touched down In sev- high wind and a pine tree up the text, and reading about the In the engineering de the board. The board however
eral spots across the county; rooted.It partment. During the past three Indicated it does not disagreewith
zoning districts according to
as it traveled In a northeasterly was the second such oc- Chairman Torode. It Is not necessary years he attended college at For ClerkMaurice Casey's philosophy of per-
direction. curance of high winds In the night completing nearly two manent teachers and may writeit
he for the public
"The wind blew harder and we past month. On May 28 wind says years of work toward an accounting Edwards Jr. 41yearold into schedule later.In .
to read the entire 70-page text -
could see things flying across Davis rain, and hail caused damageIn to become familiar with the Intent degree.In Bradford cattleman and businessman discussing Casey's proposed
the yard" said Triest, whose a path which ran north of of the proposal. 1964 fellow employees elect- has announced he will salary schedule Chairman H.A.
barn roof was blown. A small Starke cutting a northwesterlypath Three of work ed Johns to the board directors be candidate for clerk of the Lawson said "I sure want to seea
years were completed a
shed was lifted and torn up In QuitsStarke from Buck's Grocery on last Monday when the com- of the Clay Electric Employees' circuit In the Sept. 8 primary new high school."
the Triest back yard, and limbs US-301 throught the woods toward mittee decided to advertise the Credit Union. He has served as election. Inman Green Sawyer said giving 30 per cent

were broken off trees. Piecesof the west end of Morgan text for a public hearing. president of that organizationsince The clerk's race will be for the of the county's; new funds in pay

tin from the barn roof were Utility; Director Oscar Road. The winds blew down a After the ordinance has been 1966. two-year unexpired term of the raises Is too much and that a

strewn across pastures and one Davis has submitted his resignation section of telephone wire and finally adopted by the zoning He Is a life-long resident of late veteran clerk Charles A. I. 20 per cent pay Increase for a
piece hung on a light pole guy effective 3. three poles US-301 near Buck's board and Green teacher Is too much at one time.
r Friday July "-,. it. will gp,to the County, Bradford County ,' was Darby. ','
wire high above the Grocery. Phone officials: theorIzed "" "There' Is fantaslc amount
ground.
Davis, 43. has been with the Commission and the procedure graduated'1rom'Uradr Coun- "For many years It has been my a
.The wind blown rain completely city for 10-1/2 He has the damage might have been Will of dollars that need to be put I
Run
obscured the Triest barn from ; years. caused small Continued Four Continued Four) (Continued .on Pace Four) "
headed the utility; system for by a twister. ( 'on Pace ) <(< on Page on maintenance, Sawyer said. q

the house about 100 yards away. the past seven years. Prior to When asked by Casey to be spe J

The Triest garden was blown that he was Gas Department head. For ClerkInman chic Sawyer pointed out the I
flat by the winds. million In new
"Davis county's; $2.5
"Hopefully more money
High winds also blew planes answered when City; Council school buildings will require j

around on the Keystone Airport Chairman Jimmy McRae askedat Compromise ReachedOn D. Green 49, presently some maintenance when four or
but did no damage. The planes five years old."We've .
council meeting
a special has
appointed county clerk announced -
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were tied down Mrs.
securely put a lot of peopleoff
Tuesday afternoon if there were Ms candidacy for the upcoming
Homer Satterfield, wife of the Davis a long time on a lot of
any problem or reason Nov. 3 general electionfor
airport manager said. The wind The direct- things," he said In pushing to
was leaving. utility the two createdby
rolled the Satterfleld's Bonanza or's salary Is $8,600 per year. the death year of vacancy former Clerk reach Casey's proposed salaryIn
forward and. turned it half a- Head StartA two steps Instead of all this
round she said.Starke. talk"Would about there more be money any'?JIM" Mc-to Union Charles A. Darby. year.

Only three educators showedup
Rae asked. Green a Republican, was appointed -
"No not now," Davis said. compromise has apparently had not functioned as it should. County case, that is the school ployees. A Negro woman who last December by Gov. scheduleBradford at the meeting on the salary Band-

Man On a motion by Councilman been reached so that Union Such a committee Is requiredfor board.A said she was a member of the Claude Kirk R, to serve until High
Nell Tucker the city clerk was County; Head Start funds will every head start program; policy advisory committee advisory committee said It has the next general election. He Is master Dean Cassels Brooker
and RJE
Instructed to write Davis a letter not be withheld by CUBB Eco- Its function Is to recommendJob Mrs. Owens said Is supposedto been but once. the county's first Republican Principal V.R. Ferguson

Killed InAccident of appreciation."We nomic Agency because of vio- applicants to the hiring a- have an important voice In Frank Williams Bradford clerk since Reconstruction following Bradford Principal Education C.C. Anderson.Association No I

wish you all the luck lations In hiring practices. gency of the program. In Union the hiring of head start em- CUBB board member said the the Civil War.
In the world" Chairman Mc- Voting Monday night the four- reason for the hiring practiceswas officers were present.As
Rae said. He promised Davis county; CUBB board of direct- that the program was dele- The son of Lorenzo and Mae approved by the board and

his job back If he becomes dissatisfied < ors moved to cut off Union Coun- gated to the Union Commissionand Green of Starke Green Is mar- drawn up by Sawyer the new ,

Rudolph Powell 27, of 1524 with his new venture. ty's; Head Start funds unless positive DuPont Asked To Stop also cited the failure of ried to the former Melba String- salary schedule places beginning
St. Starke was killed Davis and his fellow. The Greens have two Rank m teachers at $6,500 a
Estelle brother Charles changes were made to cor- the advisory committee to (unction -
Instantly at 9:30 p.m. Tuesdayin plan to go Into the trucking bus- rect racial hiring practices Mrs. Joyce Rlherd another daughters Marie and Deborah $500 Jump and just over eight
a head-on auto-truck colli- iness. CUBB Director Nelson Rios Pollution Of Creek Bradford CUBB board member and are members of the Metho- per cent up. Duval County is

sion In the 1900 block of Waldo The council said It will not charged violate guidelines laid said the program was delegatedto dist Church. starting Its teachers next fall

Road Gainesville. He had been rush into finding a replacementfor down by the U.S. Department of the Union school board because at $6 800. Rank ,m means abachelor.s ,
W.E. Lime acting regional engineer with the request. For three years prior to his degree or four
years
employed as an assembly oper- Davis. In the meantime S.R. Health, Education and Welfare. that body wouldn't agreeto
Northeast Region, Flo- taken follow- appointment clerk Green
in The action was as was of college work.
ator at the Sperry-Rand plant Hicks, street department head The Union County School Board have a head start
; program
rida Department of Air and Water Llnne manager of Jackson Building Sup II
October. ing an on-site Inspection by Rank Is a master's degree
Gainesville since last has been
named acting utility; which has been delegated responsibility unless CUBB did delegate It to .
Pollution Control plies. Prior to that he owned .
has after and
director. the 1970 requestedthe on Wednesday June 17, five year's work; Rank IA Is 30
Willie Mays 34, Route 2, Davis ; for operating DuPont Company to discon- which he said he found Alligator the county; operated Sheppard's Radio and semester beyond a master's degree -
was scheduled to meet Head Start In that county -
Gainesville has been charged with the council and other em- program agreed Tuesday tinue discharging pollutants Into Creek heavily polluted with water TV for 11 years and has been associated and Rank I Is equal In
with manslaughter as a result ; apparently Alligator Creek from its Trail discharged from the Trail with Liberty; National pay to a doctor's degree.
ployees Wednesday at 5 to at meeting In Lake
p.m. morning a
Ridge plant east of Starke. Life Insurance Co. and Winkler Going contract
Ridge mining property.; on continuing
go over problems the city; will Butler to make some changes.
(Continued on Page Four) 19 Trials Electric.
Lime said it Immaterialto under the schedule Rank
was new a
face In The made
near future. Davis told Specific changes to be made were request was by reg-
the council istered letter mailed from the the Department from what m teacher Jumps to $7,400 $600up
I II the power plant load to be agreed upon Wednesday by
r------- source within the mine the pol- He has serves as president of from the present CC-3 level -
hit KW School Jacksonville office of the Department
5,300 Tuesday afternoon. CUBB and Union County; -
c!Je The the luted water was coming. The Set HereNineteen the Starko Lions Club and as That Is $700 less Increase
I I II plant's firm capacity Is Supt. James Cason. giving company
5,728 KW.County. Rios said Monday night that 15 days from date of receiptof fact that it is present and is Exaulted Ruler of the Starke than recommended by Supt. Ca-
originating on the mining Elks Lodge. He has also servedon But where the superinten
property sey.
I flxnCrkt\ Union would have to compromise the letter to advise what stepsit scheduledfor
cases were
II sufficient for board of directors of the dent's
to take to ; Is cause corrective the proposal Included a $100
at least to the extent of replac- proposes comply trial In Circuit Court herein
he said. Starke Chamber of Commerenceand increment for each
I I. Shows measures year's experience -
which he
ing five teacher aides a term which opened Wed-
I.I In answer to previous inqui- helped organize and was act- Sawyer's proposal
said from affluent families JohnA.
I oPLAN I come ries from local sources, Du nesday morning with Judge ive In the Starke Retail Mer- Jumps $200 per year.
In Head Start (HS) aides accord-
Gain Early Crews presiding.
Injured Pont officials have said that pol- chants Association.
ing to HEW guidelines must The effect Is to build fasterto
luted water from the dredging unusual .of the 19
Most cases
come from families. Casey's level for teacher'swith
I I II Census FigureBradford A second poor major violation cited In AccidentOn operation is treated with acid are the two informations of pos Green presently serves on the the most Job experienceAt
in settling ponds before being session and sale of barbiturate Starke Zoning Board.
by Rios was that no Negro teachers -
CC-7 for the
example
I
I County showed a gain released Into the creek and have drugs made against a North Car-
; were employed for the 30J NorthJohn
"If elected I promise court- adopted schedule calls for a $7-
attributed the brownish mater-
I of almost 2,000 during the decade Union although one Negro olina man Harold Gene Creasonof
program 800 Rank
m less
ial In the creek to surface water eous and efficient service in per-. salary, $700
from 1960 to 1970 according to a applicant who was qualified Wlnston-S lem. "
forming the duties of the office, than Casey recommended. But
the .
running ground.In
over
release of preliminary census did apply for one of the eight Crews Jr., 33, of Law- Creason was arrested last Nov. Green says. the $200 Jumps begin there and
NOW TOATTEND weeks
recent complaints
II figures this week. About half of teaching positions. It was not tey, was charged with failureto 20 at 8:10: p.m. on Edwards Road at Ran k HI CC-10 the adopted
have been heard that the
this gain however. Is accounted !known what could be done to yield right of way followinga locally southwest of Starke as a resultof schedule calls for $8,400 just
from the mine into
The for by an expansion of the East remedy the teacher situation discharge an investigation of the State
I two-car accident on U.S. 301 $500 less than Casey's proposal.
I Unit of the Florida State Prison since the $20,000 30-day pro- North last Friday. Alligator Creek was causing discoloration Beverage Department and the Gibson SuitIs At CC-15 the schedule calls for

1 PRESIDENT'SLUNCHEON I II which Is located on the Bradford gram Is scheduled to begin Mon- of Rowell and Sampson Jacksonville office of the Florida $9,400 or $100 less than Casey
.
Lakes and resulting in
side of New River.Bradford's was Bureau of Law Enforcement.
day for teachers and staff and Patrol SettledThe proposed.
the -
According to Highway
I I official count In 1960 next Friday for students.Approximately Crews was traveling north fish kills In these lakes.A Creason 34, has been living .
was 12,446. while preliminary 65 Union County complaint has also been madeto In the Starke area about five Biggest portion 72,of Bradford I,
Of Your I II figures for the 1970 nose- children are expected to take on 301 and attempted SR to 200-A makea the Union County; Commis- weeks. civil suit for damages teachers are In on annual status
left hand turn onto
show of 14- sion that New River was being Lawmen confiscated 1,164 In excess of $100.000 broughtby with through two
Chamber of Commerce count a population part In the program. cap none years ex-
I II (old cut-off) in the pathof
Lawtey L.H. Gibson the Sea-
polluted from this against
I 444. This represents a gain of Meeting with the CUBB board southbound driven by source. sules of barbiturates and am- perience. Second biggest group
but estimated 50 ) a car phetamines and Creason's 1955 board Coast Line Railroad has 65 teachers, are at the CC-15
Thurs., July 2 I II 1,998 an per Monday night and with the Union Mrs. Cora W.Hatcher,of Gaines
I been settled out of
court.
12 Noon cent Is accounted for by the school officials Tuesday morn- ville. The Hatcher car skidded Chevrolet Impala. Creason was level. That group will receive an

I I II East Unit which Increased from Ing were Mrs. Ellen Owens district 37 feet before Impact with the Sen. SaundersDue apprehended selling drugs to an The suit arose from an Au- $800 raise.
At TheHoliday around 400 In 1960 to Its present representative of HEW' undercover agent the Bradford Rank O status remains at
6 1968
gust grade crossing accident -
driver Crews. 15
I I Ii count) of 1394. Office of Child Development In car by Here July Sheriffs Department reported. in Starke In which GIb- $1.000 above Rank El; Rank IA

II lain Union County; showed a small Atlanta and Al Wanton. Florida Barbiturates are defined as son's daughter Gloria G. Gibson Jumps $700 more and Rank I

i 0..... I II gain,14x7 104 from 6.043 In 1960 Office of Economic Opportunity; William L. Hatcher ambulanceand 15, was Sen. Bob Saunders D-Gaines- any salt of barbituric acid usedas was fatally Injured. Jumps still another $700. Those l

I II to in the 1970 preliminary representative from the office picked up by a local JacksonvilleNAS vllle, will be at the Bradford a sedative or to deaden Amount of the settlement was steps remain unchanged in the
I figures but around 2,900 of of Gov. Claude Kirk. carried to the County Courthouse on Wednesday pain. Amphetamines are a drug not announced. The suit was due new schedule.

I (l.mm! I Ii Union's total Is accounted: for Mrs. Owens at the CUBB board hospital with possible and his Internal July 15, at 10 a.m. on his used as a nasal spray or Inhalant to go to trial Monday morning In The new salary schedule givesa
j : by the main prison (about 2,000)and meeting Monday night said HEW Injuries. Crews monthly visitation schedule for Circuit Court here. Rank I CC-15 teacher an $11-
i I II the new Lake Butler reception guidelines had apparently been two daughters Jessie Mae, Band July. Cases Involving a number of 900 salary for 10 months work

1 t4te Nanny center (approximately 900). violated as the CUBB directorhad Rosa Lee, 10, received minor Resuming his monthly visitsto charges Including carrying concealed Through attorneys S. Thompson but there are Just two of those In

I I Irr Clay County; showed the largest charged. Injuries, as did Mrs. Hat each county in his seventh weapons, aggravated assault Tygart Jr., Jacksonville and the county.; I

..-.. i iereer gain percentage-wise of Mrs. Owens said It appearedto cher. senatorial district Sen.Saunderswill grand larceny possessionof Shaw and Sanders. Starke GIb- New funds from which the pay
-=- .o.-. any county: ; in the area with a her Monday night that the be available to talk to the moonshine, Illegal sale of son alledged the accident was raises will come are the $1,100

I L. 'I whopping Increase from 19,535In bi-racial Policy Advisory Com- Damage to the cars was estimated general public on legislative mat. drugs forgery breaking and entering caused by negligent and careless -
_____-.,J 1960 to 31,447 In 1970. mittee to the Union HS program at 1250. ters. and escape from prison. operation of the railroad. (Continued 'on Page Four)





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r r I HonoreeAt Bridal ShowerMiss Here's Some Big News from



Glenna Joyner, bride-
elect of Leaton U. Morgan HI,
First Federal Of Starke
jfr was complimented at a bridal
shower Tuesday night of last
I week at the Morgan Road Bap-

: tist Church.
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964.7608 4. Hostesses were Mrs L.A.Mat-

thaws Mrs. W.F. Atwood, Mrs. ENTER OUR

r Society' Editor r Hilton Coleman, and Mrs. Frank
Brown.
Gifts were arranged under a

'. "J %m'" at'Ur.. v-- '- mfl-.rT1I '"" ..,. -'. 1'' nile green and white bridal shower -
umbrella with white satin SIZZLERon.esi
I 1rLinda ribbon streamers. The refresh-
Barksdale
11 j) Miss
ment table was covered with a G
ComplimentedAt lace cloth wich held the cake
and carried out the white and

.JArnoldCallan ShowerMiss Morgan green color scheme. Mrs. Cole- NOW \

man presided at the punch bowl. iI

Bobble Sue Barksdale, Weds J. S. WatersIn The hostesses presented the 6'I I
honoree with a corsage. Several
bride-elect of with June 27 tea-shower, was complimented Home CeremonyMiss games were played and prizeswon What Is It ?
a
by Mrs. Bob Cooper, Mrs.
Wednesday evening June 17,given -
L.A. Matthews and Mrs. W.F.
Linda Morgan and J.S.
by Mrs. W.B.Thompson,Mrs.
Atwood, were given to the hon-
L.K. Whitehead, Mrs. Leo Waters were united In marriageIn oree. We're Giving Away Some Real Fine Prizes
at
a candlelight ceremony
Champion. Mrs. Joyce
Riherdl the home of the bride's parents, Out-of-town guests included
Mrs.Hutchins Betty,; Register Mrs. Sid, Shuford, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Morgan, Mrs. Toby Williams and daughter To Those Who Can Guess (or come the _
Donna, and Mrs. Roger Joy-
Mrs. N.B. Rosier and Mrs. Olin on June 19,
)'' White at the home, of the lat- Given In marriage by her father ner of Memphis, Tenn., auntsof closest to) When our Thermometer Reaches

the bride wore a street the bride-elect
t ter.Guests were greeted at the length gown of lace over taffeta 100 Degrees AFTER July 10th. AND YOU

door by Mrs. White and pre- with lace sleeves and train. She Shower Given
sented to the receiveing line carried a bouquet of white carnations CAN HAVE 2 GUESSES .

composed of the honoree, her centered with a white For Debra JohnsMiss

mother, Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand orchid.
Mrs. T.R. O'Brian, motherof Her matron of honor, Mrs. Debra Jane Johns, bride- Here Are The Details!
Daniel Crews, wore. a yellow
the bridegroom-elect.
elect of Patrick Henry,was guestof
with white accessoriesand
lace dress
Mrs. Whitehead and Mrs. Rosier
carried of yel- honor Wednesday, June 17, CONTEST RULES
Told a bouquet
Engagement Invited guests Into the din- low carnations. at a lingerie shower given by JUDGING
ing room where the refreshmenttable
Ronnie Grlggs served as best Mrs. Harold Godwin, Mrs.Caro- is
1. Who First Federal
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Arnoldof was covered with a white lyn Redgrave and Mrs. Hazel Eligible anyone except 1. Official source for the minute when the temperature -

Starke announce the approaching -. lace cloth over aqua blue linen. man.The bride's table, covered witha Ritch at the home of the latteron of Starke employees, directors, or their first reaches 100 degrees in Starke
the table
Centering was an ar-
marriage of.their. daughter, rangement of aqua blue and white lace cloth, was centered witha East Call Street.Arrangements families. for purposes of the "Sizzler" will be the time
Joann Marie Arnold, to Daniel of roses and hydrangeas -
Thomas Callan, son of Mr and, carnations, mums and pompoms. Jewel four-tiered Roberts wedding served cake.the Mrs.cake were used In the liv- 2. What Guess the Time and Date that the and temperature sign at the First Federal of

Mrs. W. Callan of Kingsley Lake, This was In flanked by six white and Miss Diane Bennett presided ing room, den and dining room sign will First show 100 degrees after July Starke.
tapers silver
The wedding will be an event of candelabras. for the occasion. 10 1970.
Presiding at the punch bowl was at the punch bowl. 2. The clock has been wired to stop when the
June 29 at 7 p.m. in St.Edward'sCathollc For their wedding trip to the Approximately 30 guests Were
Church.Shower mother Mrs. Vergie of the honoree.Barksdale, grand- Carolinas, the bride wore beige Invited to attend between the 3. Entry must be received or postmarked at temperature reaches 100 degrees on the

The gifts were displayed In the doubleknlt dress with white accessories hours 8 and 9:30: p.m. least 48 hours before our sign indicates 100 clock's thermometer. The clock will continueto

Given family room on tables covered complimented with the The hostesses presented the degrees.. flash the minute the 100 degrees was at
honoree with a pair of lounging
with white cloths. The mantel orchid from her bridal bouquet.Mr. tained until our officials have it recalibrat
For Mrs. Johns, held an arrangement of roses and Mrs. Waters will Make pajamas as a memento of the 1. You may enter twice. In order to do so you ;
occasion. ed.
Recent BrideMrs. and daisies. their home In Lawtey. should use form "A" (seen here) and form

Assisting In serving were "'B' which you may pick up at our office. 3. In event the clock is declared out of commission
Misses Becky and Karen Hutch- Ann Youns blood Kennan
Miss
HoganComplimented Federal officials
Gary Martin and daugh- by the First re
Ins and Mrs. Larry Crawford. select be after July 10
5. The date must ,
Debbie entertained at you Station
ter, a The hostesses presented the Wedding PartyEntertained cords of the Imeson Airport Weather

bridal shower Friday night In honoree with a corsage and two : 1970. will become the "Sizzler" source during the
the Madison Street Baptist At ShowerMiss
Church annex, honoring Mrs. pieces of her chosen china as 6. ENTRIES MUST HE MAILED OK RECEIVED period when the clock may be out of com

Kenneth Johns, the former Sally a memento of the 175 occasion. Ann Hogan of Monte Vis- Members of their wedding NOT-; LATER THAN JULY 31, mission.
Approximately
Lawson, recent bride. guests were and party; family and friends of
a ta, Colo., daughter of Rev. 1970.
Invited
to call between the appointed 4. for the contest will be the Executive
Judges
The gift table and refreshment Mrs. W.A. Hogan, whose mar- Elaine Youngblood and Tony Ken-
hours.Three .
table were both covered with yellow riage to Daryl Booker of Hastings nan were guests for dinner at the 7. You do not have to have a savings account Committee of the First Federal Savings and

net over green linen cloths. Nev will be an event of G.A. Kennan home near Hamptonlast with us to win. Loan Association of Starke.
The gift table was centered with BrideselectAre July 3 at 2 p.m. in the Calvary Friday evening. Held before

bridal umbrella decorated with ComplimentedAt Baptist Church in Monte Vista, the wedding rehearsal, the din- S. In the event of a tie the prizes will go to 5. If 100 degrees is not attained prior to Labor

florets and satin streamers The was honored at a bridal shower ner featured a ham and turkey the entry received or postmarked earliest. Day 1970, the highest temperature during the
refreshment table held an arrangement LuncheonThree and tea Tuesday night at the buffet, with a table centerpieceof Labor
interim (I. e. July 11 through Day)
of'shasta daisies home of Col. and Mrs J.A.Grif yellow and orange chrysan- 9. Only one prize to a person.
flanked by yellow tapers in crystal brides-elect were the themums. will he determined by the records of Imeson

holders. Inspiration for a delightful lunch- fin.Hostesses with Mrs. Griffin Present were Mrs. J.C.Sasser 10. We are not responsible!' for entries lost in the Airport and winners designated accordingly.

Games with prizes were played given by Mrs. Charles A. were Mrs. L.N. Pickering, Mrs. and family of Sylvania, Ga.,Mrs. mail.

during the evening.The eon Darby and Mrs. Randal F, Chit- J.E. Hardy, Mrs. Paul Raymond, Frances Boyce of Jacksonville:

hostesses presented the ty; last Saturday at tbe.hoow, ,p',,. Mrs.: ? .f." D. :renly'Sr.., Mr and Mrs. LawtonYoungbloodand
honoree with an electric can Street.Honorees "Mrs.. W.B. Mundy, Mrs. H.M. family Rev. and Mrs.Melvin PRIZES1st
the latter on Searing -
opener as a memento of the oc- 'were Misses Bobbie Sue Hatcher Jr., Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr.. Hamel, JoAnn Salter, all of ENTRY FORM "A"

casion. Barksdale, Debra Johns and Wan Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Mrs. A Hampton; Jimmy Boyce of N.
One hundred guests were invited presentedwith Russell Norman, Mrs. John Charleston, S. C.; Joey Sasserof
da Lewis. They were
to call between the hours arrivalat Greene and Mrs. T.B. Harding. Atlanta, Ga.;Cynthia McCallister
their 1 PrizeA
8 and 9:30: p.m.Luncheon. the corsages home.upon Arrangements of summer flowers of Waldo, Rufus Bennett of Jacksonville Enter The First Federal Sizzler ContestI

Chitty used In the party room. A.J. Boles, and Mr.and
Following chilled appetttfzers were ; mini-refrigerator. (Ideal as a second refrigerator -
Given Miss Jayne Hardy Ir The tea table was covered with a Mrs. Larry Youngblood, of
served
by silk organza cloth and centered Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs. Kennan or one for the family room.)

For BridesmaidsOf the seated living at room a banquet-sized, the guests were tablein with an arrangement of pink and family. think the temperature will reach 100 degrees on the

Miss PaterMiss the dining room and at several roses. First Federal Time and Temperature Sign on: 2nd PrizeA

card tables set up in the family Members of the First Baptist Louise Stern
Place cards marked the Church and friends were invitedto
recorder with attachments
room. (
Margaret Pater of Key- seating arrangement.Pink call between the hours 8 and To Present PupilsIn A.M. tape many
stone Heights, whose marriage to and red roses inter- 9:30.: AT P.M. uses for this fine item)
Muniz an event of RecitalMiss
Enrique was
spersed with white daisies cen- -

early bridesmaids June, was luncheon honored on June at a 6 tered the dining table and small Duplicate Bridge MONTH DAY HR. MIN. 3rd PrizeA
nosegays of summer flowers Louise Stern will pre-

given Dan M.by Mrs.Pater Gene III Long!in the and Pecan Mrs. graced the tables in the family Winners NamedMrs. sent her piano students in a $15.00 Savings Account (the answer to
room. Informal arrangements of recital Tuesday, June 30, at 8
Room of the Garden Restaurant.The also used Woman's many things)
summer flowers were and p.m at the Starke Club.A .
Edward Burns Mrs.
dining tables were arranged .
flowers were also used. of modern two-
in a T formation with the summer Martha Moore were winning couple program DATE NAME
Each bride-elect was presented piano works has been planned,
front table holding an arrange- at the Duplicate Bridge Club 4th PrizeA
with a cutlery set as a mem- as well as traditional works.
of white and lavender quarterly tournament Tuesday
ment pink
ento of the occasion. Refreshments will be served and
carnations and baby breath. On night where there were six tab- $10.00 Savings Account
Enjoying this occasion with the the public Is cordially invited.
each side of the large arrange- les In play.
honorees were members of their Members of this year's class
and down the long table Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ter- TELEPHONE
ment ADDRESS
Sunday School class, their mo- are: Junell Alvarez, KenThompson -
second and tie- 5th PrizeA
the seated, willegar J r, were
where guests were
thers, and mothers of the pro- Prescottand John Denmark, Beth Patray,
were springtime cut glass arrangements compotes cen-with spective bridegrooms. Ing for G. G.third Wrenshall were Tom and Mr. and Susan ChampUon, Tina and Gina CLII' AND SEND IN NOW! $5.00 Savings Account

Brown, Carl Torode, Stephanie
bridesmaids Mrs. John Mussollne.
with china
tered Green, Briar Patray, Paula Dee
dressed in pastel formals. Bridal Kitchen Shower The club plays every Tuesday Carter, Kathy Taylor,Jean Whif-
!
place bridal cards baskets attached of lllies-of-to miniature For Brenda Guinn, night street at Recreation 7:30 p.m.Center In the and Pratt Is fen Linda, Terri Brown Smith Debbie,VIcki Williams Shuford, ALL THE ABOVE PLUS THIS t eI I

marked the seating arrangement
the valley BrideelectMiss open to the public Sally Torode, Anita Green, Bar-
for the 15 guests, who
bara Vallnskl, Amy Blalock,Pat-
Mrs. Dan M. Pater Jr.,
included
FOR SAVERS ONLY
tie Whitehead, Paul Faulkner,
of the honoree, Mrs. /
Julieta mother Muniz, mother of the Brenda Guinn,Walters whose Mrs. John Myers and Kim Bartlett. THERMOMETER KITS ill ;
marriage to Lynwood
and Mrs. Dan M. Pater Luncheon HostessMrs.
groom will be an event of August,was
Sr., grandmother of the honoree. Mrs. Harrington Is A Winner Saving
honored with a surprise kitchen I X ((6)) ATTRACTIVE THERMOMETERS FOR Everyone --- By -
The hostesses presented Miss
John entertained
shower on June 16 given by the Myers Weds C. N. ChristyMrs.
Pater with a white carnation cor- faculty; of the Lake Butler Mid- two tables of'bridge and lunch- HOME, OFFICE, DEN and AUTO PUT ONE IN EVERY $100.00 or More!
and four minature cut glass
sage dle School, where Miss Guinn eon last Friday morning at her ROOM. KEEP TAB ON THE TEMPERATURE . .
of the and
remembrance
vases as a Lake. Gladys Harrington
has been teacher for the past home on Kingsley
occasion.Sgt. two Arrangements of roses were C.N. Christy were united in mar SETTLE ARGUMENTS KEEP COMFORTABLE!

The years.party; was held at the school used In the party; rooms for riage on June 17 In Folkston, To Compliment our SIZZLER CON-

Paul L. Miller of Home- where the highlight of the the occasion.
stead AFB, is spending a three- decorations was a bride doll madeof After four progressions of Ga.Following several days wed- an attractive, long-life, TEST we are giving "FREE" to customers -

weeks leave with his parents, kitchen utensils. Gifts were bridge first and second prizes ding trip in South Florida, the useful accessory or gift
saving $100.00 of 6 ther-
at 337 N.Wal- or more a set
Is
residing
couple
I Mr. and Mrs. Larry Miller and presented to the honoree after were awarded nut Street. for use in...
the luncheon.
family. 9/ mometers.Put .
.rw."Mla.
Buffet Dinner Rehearsal Supper
one in each room of the house, or in the car and
For Jackson-Putnam For Talley-Haddock the house, etc.

THE Wedding Party
... Wedding Party
I OFFER LIMITED:
ISJO-IVIAF3
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson Mr. and Mrs. James B. Tal- MIRACLE D n'xe
buffet dinner one to an account
hosts at a
were ley Jr. entertained at a buffet PJEIV1 OX/ABLE N
last Thursday night at their in the Methodist ADHESIVE maximum of 2 sets' per person
dinner Friday night
home
on Pratt Street honoring BACKING .when supply is offer is
TROPICSFRIDAY Fellowship Hall honoring gone automatically with-
I :
and his fiancee,
: their son Jeffrey m
Putnam followingthe their son, James Talley and drawn
Vickie ,
Miss his fiancee, Phyllis Haddock,following -
couple's wedding rehearsal.In the couple's wedding re- __U...4.". S.h111,011....
the dining room an arrange- hearsal. GET YOUR ENTRY IN AND ALSO GET YOUR

ment of roses graced the buffet, Centering the dining table was FREE THERMOMETERS: : FOR SAVING w twit'!!!
: : table was cen-
and the dining
bowl an arrangement of white pom-
tered with a crystal punch poms, gladioli, daisies and baby
encircled with ivy. Bridal cards
breath. place

j : JUNE 26,1970 honored The 16 couple attending, their Included parents the, marked the the 29 guests seating who arrangementfor includedthe

and Immediate
I the bridal party honored couple, their par-

j 8:3012 families. ents, the wedding party; and out-
t I The bride and groom-to-be: of-town
I personal gifts to their guests.

II I STARKE NATIONAL attendants during the evening. CORRECTIONIt q SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION J

Chief and Mrs. Lyle Anderson was Incorrectly stated In L

Jr. and daughters of San Diego, last week's paper that Mrs.
GUARD ARMORY Calif spent Friday to Wednesday Charles Darby was a hostess at
with Mr. Anderson's mother, the luncheon given for Miss Gloria (M4))9645000.395 WEST MADISON STEM qjjj '
Mrs. James Barron and Mr. Harrell. The Item should have 3TAMU.FLORIDA 3201

Barren Fume r. and Mr. and Mrs. R.V read one that of Mrs.the hostesses.Charles Hardywas First Federal Will Close at Noon June 25, and will be open again 9 a.m., June 26


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Mrs. Gladys Weldon had
as
Out of town guests attendingthe ,. .
visitors at her cottage on Cry. 1,1. '. '"" :r v. .o:( '1 "'1/ ,. ro' :}: '
Haddock-Talley wedding last stal 0 ::J i::[ ;;" sr'ltl; "zr. ;)
Lake her '
children, Mr. and 'I .. ="'" .
'I p. .
Saturday evening Included: Mrs. Mrs. C.N. Patrick ". ,, '
and family of I 1 ::t
J.B. Talley, Sr., Douglas, Tex- North Florida over the weekendand "' I $- 1t. i. / f .

as Pecos; Mr., Texas and Mr.Mrs.and Rex Mrs.Crist David -, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Weldonof And with deal don't for'' '

Hill, University; City, Mo.; New Arrivals S.A.Jacksonville Weldon of and Macclenny Mr. and Mrs.and our you pay more-:..e ,

Mrs. W.M. Potter Kansas City,
Mo.; Mrs. Clark Hill and Miss families on Saturday. need or settle for less than want. Pick Y1'\{

Cheryl Hill Festus, Mo.; Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. John Kopelousos Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal have you you :

Mrs. Harry Seay, Miss Vicki of Birmingham,Ala.announce the returned from two weeks In San I
Seay, Dean and Dennis Seay, birth of a son, George John on Bernardino Calif and Honolulu ;A '
Wlnston-Salem N.C.; Mrs. C.C. June 17. Grandparents are Mr. Hawaii. In California they attended the Plymouth that's exactly right for you, and ,:;
Teston, Klngsland Ga. Mr. and and
; and Mrs. George Kopelousos the wedding of their son, Air '
Mrs. R.J. Griffin and son Jeff Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Wainwright Force Captain Thomas B. Dyal : .:.::
Orange Park; Mr. and Mrs. Don of Starke. and Miss Lynette Skidmore on the options you want, from the, list below-then :, ;, :,
Griffin, Jacksonville Beach;Mrs. June 13. In Hawaii they visited
Nathan Home Yulee; Mrs.Flor- Mr. and Mrs. Irvin F. Mc- Louis Neeld and smother, Mrs. I

rle Sorenson, Mr.and Mrs. Glenn Conaghy announce the adoption E.T. Vestal who had spent the come in and see our price on that par '
Sorensen, Mandarin; Mr. and of a son, Irvin Floyd McConaghy past 5 1/2 months with her son.
Mrs. E.J. Baker Miss Sharon Jr., on June 22. Grandparentsare Mrs. Vestal returned with the
Baker Danny and Ricky Baker Mr. and Mrs. J.H. McCona- Dyals. ;,t"
Mrs. Linda Harrell, Mr. and ghy of Maxville and Mr.and Mrs.

Mrs. D.C. Haddock, Miss Becky L.L. Melton of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Walker and
Haddock Misses Marolyn and family of Fort Lauderdale are
Carolyn Haddock. Billy David Bradford County Hospital announces spending several weeks with her
Miss Susie David Miss Linda the following births: parents Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mon-

Williamson, John Gates Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Benny crief.

Albert Eddins, Maurice Baker Thornton, Lake Butler, a son, Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Brannen
Mrs. Flossie Mathers and Miss Joseph Blaine, June 16. returned Monday from three 1-1
Cynthia Scott, all of Jackson- weeks sight-seeing trip In Ala-
ville; Mr. and Mrs. Russ Be- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Edward bama and Tennessee. Basic Car Prices*
dell Gainesville and Rodney
;
McGee, Starke, a daughter,
Callahan of Waycross Ga. Marilynn Blanche, June 16. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson

Earl Hals- visited her parents, Mr,and Mrs. Duster & ValiantDuster BarracudaBarracuda Belvedere 'Satellite A Road Runner FurYFury
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Meis- Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bill Wall in Alachua on Sunday.Mr. .

ter and sons Mark and Mathew, ten, Starke, a daughter, Julia 6-cyl. 2door.. .$,172' Coup 6-cyl. 2-door.$2,143* Belvedere 6-cyl.: 2-door.... $,1030 S.lelllwll-cyl.: 4door. ..... .$,141. I 11cyl.2-door. $2,790
of Maitland were weekend guests Cleo, June 20. and Mrs. Al Carlton and
of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Nasworthyof Duster V-8 2door. .. .$.253* Barracuda 6-cyl.: 2-door H.T. ..$2,754Barracuda Belvedarell-cyl.: 4-door. . ..12.M1.B.lvedere Satellite 6-cyl.: 2-door H.T.. ..$2,76S Fury I 16-cyl.+door. ..12,125

at KIngsley Lake. Winter Park and granddaughter Duster 340 V-8 2-door. .$2,641'Valiant Coupe V-8 2door. $2,774 V-8 2door... .. ..12.en.B.lvedere Satellite V-8 4door.$2,531'Sat.lllt. << Fury I V-8 2-door. ..S2, >5*

Miss Vicki Seay of Winston- Mrs. J.R. Wainwright is her in Elizabeth Nasworthy of 6cyl. 4door. ..$,260' Barracuda V-8 2-0oorH.T.,111e V-8 4-doo.$2,7310 V-6 2-door H.T.. .. .$....* Fury 6-cyl.: 2-door..$2.903
Birmingham, Ala. visiting Fayetteville Miss. were Sunday l
Salem N.C. was the guest of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. visitors of Mrs. and Mrs. C.H. Valiant V-8 4-door.$2,311' Qran Coupe 6cyl.: 2-door H.T.. .12,134. Belv.d.r.6cy1.Wagon 2-aat. .$,"'. Sport Satellite V-8 2-door ....$.$... Fury II 6-cyl. 4-door.<< $2,922

Miss Phyllis Haddock from last and Mrs. John Kopelousos and Nasworthy. Road Runner V-8 2-4oor .. .UIH4I Fury I V-8 4door.. ..$,530e i
Monday to Saturday as maid of family.
honor in the Haddock-Talley wed- CapU and Mrs. Jack McComb

ding last Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke of have spent this month with his *. All prices in this Ad are manufacturer's! suggested retail price. Price excludes! state and local taxes, destination charges and optional
and Mrs.Charles Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mc-
Tampa and Mr. parents
:Mr. and Mrs. David Hodges Parker of Cocoa and families Comb. They are enroute to Web- equipment. The manufacturer's suggested! $ retail prices! for optional equipment, are listed below.

Mr. and Mrs. David Eddlng, and spent the weekend with Mr. and ber AFB Big Springs, Texas
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Andersontook Mrs. M.C. Wells and family at where Capt. McComb will be an
part in a gospel sing in Brooklyn Lake. Instructor pilot after completinga
Jessup Ga. on Saturday night. year in combat In Vietnam. *
Prices'Duater
Mr. and Mrs. David Hodgesof Option /1
L.D.ining underwent surgery Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hearneof
Monday In Riverside Hospital of Macclenny Ottumwa Ia. were last week 4
Clifford Hodges 4 Valiant Barracuda .ehwder,Satellite A Road ,Runner Fury
attended a family reunion Way- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harrington cross, Ga. on Sunday Mathews. They all spent Thurs- Air Conditioning w/Haater. . .$346.55 Air Conditioning. . . .$357.65 Air Conditioning w/Hater/ . .$357.65 Air Conditioning Group:
and daughter, Karan of Pa- and Friday In Folkston, Ga. Power Brakei . . . 42.95 Power Brakes. . . . 42.95 Power Brakes . . . 42.95 Includes Single Tint Glass. All
latka were visiting his mother July 1 fora day and Mrs. Virgil Power Steering . . . 85.15 Power Steering. . . . 90.35 Power Steering . . . 105.20 Windows, w/383 2BW. 8cyl.Enpln.Torqu.flltuRequired.
Mrs. C.N. Christy and Mr. Leaving Wednesday, visiting Mr. Radio-Solid St.te-AM . . 61.55 Radio-Solid State-AM . . 61.65 Radio-Solid State-AM . . 61.65 $476.75
six weeks study tour of Italy, Mathews and Mr. and Mrs. . . Deluxe Covert . . 21.30
Rallye Road Wheel 43.10 Wheel Deluxe Wheel Covers-14" . 21.30 Power Brakes . . . 42.95
Christy on Sunday. Switzerland, France and Englandare Lowell Mathews. The Mathews Bucket Seati-Vmyl-and CarpetingNA Wire Wheel Covers . . . 64.10 Wire Wheel Covers-14" . . 64.10 Power Stewing . . . 105.20
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and also had as Saturday and Sunday Valiant . . . 112.60 Bucket Seat-Laather-N/A/ Convertible. 118.90 Mlrror-L.ft Outside Remote Control 10.45 Radio-Solid' State-AM . . 61.65
Jimmy Guy of Winter Parkis daughter Evelyn Tommy Black- guest Mrs. Clifford Winger of Mirror-Left Side, Remote Control. 10.45 Mlrror -R.clng-Left Outsld Remote Bumper Guards-Rear . . 16.00 Deluxe Wheel Covers . . 21.30
visiting his parents, Mr. and shear, Ellen Bloodworth, Dale Naples.Mr. Bumper Guards-Front and Rear. 23.80 Control Right Manual . . 26.10 Tires-Set of B-To Replace 78x14 BSW: Sport Wheel Covers . . 38.25
:Mrs. Fred Guy at Kingsley Lake Johns Patricia Myers, Cindy Tirei-Set of 6-To Replace 695x14 BSW: Bumper Guards . . . 14.05 78x14 WSW . . . 26.45 Rally Road Wheels . . 52.85
this week. Jimmy received his Strickland, Anne Terwlllegar, and Mrs. B.F. Allen Jr. had 695x14 WSW . . . 26.45 Tires-Set of 6-To R.plac.878x14 BSW: F78x14 WSW . . . 44.55 Foam Seat-Front Cushion . 8.30
Master of Education degree from Winkler last weekend Mrs.Allen's C78x14 WSW . . . 52.85 E78x14 WSW . . . 26.45 G78x14 WSW . . . 61.85 Mirror-Left Side Remote Control 10.45
Rollins College in Winter Park Robin Warren, Denise as guest Mrs.James Mil D78x14 WSW . . 68.10 F78x14 WSW . . . 44.65 Windshield Wipers-3 Speed . 5.40 Bumper Guards-Front . 18.80
Mary Jane Dees, and Bruce Had- mother, E70x14 WSW . . . 88.95 F70x14 w/Raisd White Lettering. 65.35 Tinted Glass: TirSet of B-To Replace F7816 BSW:
recently. dock of Starke, Susan Rhodesof ton Harris sister. Mrs. George Paint High Impact Colon . 14.05 Windshield Wipers-Variable Speed All Windows . . . 40.70 F78x15 WSW . . . 29.25
Slloam Ga. and Andrew Mooreof Henery Whifenhunt of Mullins, Windshield Wipen-Variable Speed w/Electric/ Washers . . 10.60 Windshield Only . . 25.90 G78x16 WSW . . . 48.65
:Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert Thomas Lake City. S.C. and her niece, Miss Georgie w/Electrlc/ Washers . . 10.60 Tinted Glass: Custom Trim Package: H78.15WSW. . . 67.15
attended Mrs. Thomas' class of Whifenhunt of Folley Beach S.C. Tinted Glen: All Windows . . . 32.75 Includes Deluxe Vinyl Trim Paint-Two Ton Paint . . 23.30
1930 40th reunion of Palatka High Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Barry attended They cam especially to attend All Windows . . 32.75 Windshield Only. . . 20.40 Bright Arm Rest Bases 3-Spoke Windshield Wlpers-3 Speed . 5.40
School at the Roberts' ranchIn the Florida Academy of the wedding of Mrs. Harris's Windshield Only . . 20.40 Exterior Trim Group: Steering Wheel w/Partfl, Horn Ring Tinted Glass:
Palatka on Saturday. Practice annual scientific Ben F. Allen HI and Custom Sport Trim Group: Includes Grille Surround Molding Bright Door Panel Trim Moldings. 24.20 All Window . . . 42.00
General grandson Elizabeth Jordan in Includes Wheel Lip MoldinGS, CustomSill Rear Surround Molding Wheel Lip Paint-High Impact Colors 14.05 Windshield Only . . 26.O5
assembly in Nassau, June Miss Donna Molding m/Black Paint Below Tape Molding; Deluxe Wheel Covers 61.30 Vinyl Roof-2' dr. Coupes 4-dr.Sedansa Vinyl Roof . . . .$105.55
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shallerand 8-13. The Barrys also spent last Macclenny, Saturday evening. Between Tail Lights (Black). Belt Molding Paint-High Impact Colors . . 14.05 H.T. only . . . 95.70
:Mrs Nancy Gunter returned week with friends and relativesin Don Hardenbrookand Drip Rail Molding, Dual Horns Cigar Vinyl Roof . . . $83.95 Road Runner Decor Group-2 dr. Coup only:
Wednesday after a week's visit South Florida.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Lighter, 3-Speed Floor Mounted-Fully Includes Custom Style Vinyl'Trim,
with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gun- Eoline Green spent Friday Synchronized ;Transmission, 4 Place "B" Pillar Molding.. Bright Arm Rest
ter in Eau GallIe and Mr. and and Mrs. O.K. Bennett night with Scout Troop 70 at Vinyl Trim . . . $77.45 Bases, 3-Spoke Steering Wheel w/Partlel' '
:Mrs. Carl White in Miami. who have spent the past month Manatee Springs. Horn Ring Bright Door Panel' Trim Molding -
*. Transverse Tap Strip . 81.BO
with and Mrs. George K.
Mr. MIley of Jackson- "Quit Trail" Tap Stripe-Road Runner
Mrs. Martha
Mrs Robert Tanner and Mrs. Bennett Sr. at Kingsley Lake Beach was a recent visitorof only . . . . $15.50
ville
Lyda Brown of Baldwin were will leave this week for Blacks-
Lonnie Harley.Mrs.Harley -
Mrs.
:Monday visitors of Mrs. J.H. burg. Va. spent the weekend with Mr. I -

Fields. and Mrs. Al Harley and family at
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and
Merrill Edwards returned family have moved Into their Merritt Island. Price Your
Mrs. F.L. Starling and daugh- PlymouthBasic
from home Bessent Road.
Wednesday of last week Center new on ter Shelley, returned to their
the Gainesville Medical Texas last
home In Arlington,
Rex Brown of Atlanta home
month
where he was confined a was after two weeks visltwith
Friday
following surgery.Mr. for the weekend.Mr. Car Price $
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.L.
and Mrs. Joe Name
Thomas and Mr.
and :Mrs. Paul Faulknerand and Mrs. R.V. Turner
daughter. Susan visited Mr. and family were In Valdosta, Starling. She was accompanied and Ar-by Options I want:
Williams
Gail son
Mrs.
and Mrs. Reed Lewis at Silver Ga. on Sunday visiting Mr. and Mr.
visited her parents,
tie, who $
is vis- Mrs. W.T. Brinson and Mr.Turner's .
Susan
Springs on Sunday. } In Orlando.Mr. .
and Mrs. R. Hughes, Address
father who is
Roy Turner
iting Debra Lewis this week and ,
Debra visited Susan last week. recovering from eye surgery. and Mrs. T.T. Long Jr. $.

Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Beard will and son. Trey, of Jackson, Miss. $
:Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farriorof and Dave Long of Orlando were _
Brooksville spent Saturday move Saturday from Kingsley City
mother Mrs.Ralph Lake to the Wells' apartment on weekend visitors of their parents _ _ _ _ _ _ $__ _ _ _
night with her Col. Long, who is a patient In
Thompson street. Mr. and Mrs.
Diggs. Mr. Dtesrs was visitinghis Jacksonville NAS Hospital,
the
Trend Sundem of Conn. $
Roxbury _
mother, Mrs. E.M. BradyIn and Mrs. Long. Visiting the Longs
have the Beard homeon
ill. from Thursdayto purchased brother-in-
Chicago Long's
Lake. also are Mrs. State Zip
Kingsley .
$
Tuesday. law and sister Dr.and Mrs.T.w. _

and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Stiegler of Wilmington Dela.
Mr.
$
William C. Smith wife and _
have returned from two weeks
Sr.
two children, arrived Saturday Local admittances to Bradford
Mrs.
visit with their daughter, $_
Phone
from Philadelphia to spend a Hope Elsaesser in Warren, N.J. County Hospital this week include -
two weeks vacation with Mr. They brought their grand- : Melvin McGill, Mrs. SUB-TOTAL $_
Smith's parents Mr. and Mrs. daughter Patricia Bock, back Maude O. Tucker, Mrs. Linda E.

L.F. Smith and Mrs. Smith's with them for an extended visit. Cochran Darlene Jones Mrs. L..* Value of My Car $_
mother, Mrs. Helen Atchley of Marie Davis, W.H. Herlong. Trade-in
Gainesville. :Mr. Smith left on Staying at the Graham cottageon Joyce Coblentz and Mrs. Lovie TOTAL $_
Sunday for Mobile, Ala. to attend Kingsley Lake this week are Jane Chlldree,Starke: Mrs.Mary
the Southeastern Excise Tax Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Johnston and Campbell. Interlachen; Mrs. Now see our deal!

Conference for three days. son of Miami Mrs Carl Bauer Madelene Blake Ley and Mrs. LITHO IN U,5 A,
and daughter of Greenville, Dorothy Engelke, Melrose Mrs.
Drew Barry attended Coach Ray Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Star- Bethna Estes and Mrs. Ola 1 I.

Graves sports camp in Melrose, key of Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Brice, Lawtey; James F. Alday,
Robert Bush of Jacksonville. James C. Raulerson and Larry
June 14-19. They were all Monday night din- Sapp Lake Butler; Mrs. HelenV. I

Mr. and :Mrs. Jimmy Wigginsand ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Egan and Mrs. Donald Marie
of Jacksonville were Turner at the State Farm. DIn- McAra, Keystone Heights;SeeberK. I Ernie Jones
son SALESMEN Jordan Jim Lawson Walter Alvarez
Eston -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. One Wig- ner guests also included Chief Forsyth and Mrs. Sarah Staf- --
and Mrs. Lyle Anderson and ford, Raiford.
gins on Sunday. daughters of San Diego Call Manager .- Don Williams '

Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Tenly of and Mr. and Mrs. James Bar- Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs.Edith
Gainesville were Sunday guestsof ron of Starke. Christensen are visiting their
: Randal Chitty and fam- sisters, Mrs. Dora Beasley at
Mrs.
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and daughter Lake Geneva and Mrs. Maude
ily. Evelyn spent Thursday to Strickland In Wildwood this week.

Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDanielof
Ginger were Slade In Fort LauderdaleandMr.and Washington D.C. were Thurs
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and daughter
Jr.
Sunday dinner guests of their Mrs. Mike O'Brian and Mr. day to Monday guests of Col. and .
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Whechel In Miami. Mrs. J.A. Griffin.

and :Mrs Jimmy Hall in Gaines-
Miss Ann Hogan of Monte Vista, STARKECHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
ville. Mrs. John C. Greer and child- Colo. was visiting her parents,
ren of Bradenton are visitingher Rev. and Mrs. W.A. Hogan from
Mr. and :Mrs. T.H. Slade have Mr. and Mrs. Jack .
parents Rev. and
Friday to Wednesday.
weeks In the
after six
returned
Islands. McComb, this week.Morgan's Mrs. Hogan accompanied their
Bahama daughter back to Monte Vista and
will remain with her until after
her wedding on July 3.

Barber & Beauty Shop Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bakkan and .

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Pin. .. Pony League Man Killed Zoning Head Start. '. .

Double HeaderSet (IContinued from Page One)
From Preceding. Pagaj (Continued from Page bne)
SaturdayThe of the accident. According to the (From Preceding! Page)
Gainesville Police Department; Union did not operate a bead
per teacher unit passed by the Mays was driving on the wrong will be done all over again. The tart program In 1969. EQUIPMENT
1970 Legislature which will net Branding Iron will host side of the road when the vehicles proposal will be again advertised, In a letter of notification of
the county about 200000. Each the two Keystone Heights Pony collided. He escaped with the commission will bold a public the violation last week, CUBB SUPPLIE .
year In the next four years the League teams here, Saturday minor Injuries. Both men are hearing on the new regulations Director Rios stated In part: &.
Legislature has Indicated inten- June 27 at West Park with Negroes. before approving them. 1) Of a total staff of 19 employees -
tion of Increasing the MFP funds Even after the zoning regulations
game times at 5:00: and 700pm. Funeral arrangements for only one Negro has
by $1,100 less one mill of ad- The Pony League allows only Powell had not been completedat become law, there Is been hired. Her position on the
valorem taxes In each county.A 13-14-IS year olds to play. The press time Wednesday. provision for appeals to the boardof staff Is as a lunchroom employe.:
second source of new state Branding Iron team, perhaps the adjustment. This Is a staff distribution of
funds for next fall will the ad- defensively that we The regulations apply to the approximately five percent Negro
valorem equalization measure, strongest Echtarcls county, but not to-the Incopora-
have fielded In Starke It made versus' 95 percent white. See Us For
proposed by State School Supt. will become ted communities such as Starke 2) Although eight Negros applied
of that we feel -
up boys (From Preceding PM) Your
Floyd Christian, which will net School Lawtey, Hampton or Brooker. for positions accordingto
fine High players
Bradford about $107,000. In addition If they stay out for baseball. desire to serve the people of There has been some talk, how- records, only one Negro was Needs
the Legislature In Its After Saturday's games the Bradford County In this capacity; ever, about helping the towns hired or 12 percent of black MALL
move to transfer the major por- establish or update zoning regulation -
Branding Iron will travel over however. In the past were served applicants.
tion of education costs to the and procedure after
3) There were 40 applications
double header
to Keystone for a by my good and
state, have picked up$55,000 In there on Tuesday night, June 30. late Charles A.Darby"Edwardthe county Chairman zoning becomes Torode law. by whites of which 18 were
other expenses which have been In announcing. says that hired, or 45 percent.
coming from the county's pocket. says time will not be taken at the
"Since there Is now a vacancyI 4)) All teachers hired are white
The county will also expect to J If, IlllS have decided to seek this very July 10 public hearing to attempt although a qualified male Negro
have close to $100,000 In loose to explain the zoning proposal.
Important position. It Is my desire teacher with three years of head
funds If It succeeds In making' up If elected, to conduct the But the committee will listen to start experience applied. Pencils, Pens,
the 69-70 budget deficit. (From Preceding Page) office In the future as It was In any complaints or suggestionsmade 5)) All teacher aides hired are Markers, Tape
Supt. Casey recommended that the past In a buslness-Ilkeman- by any person who attends white although there were several Erasers, Clue
the additional funds go to: ty High School. the meeting and any questions applications from Negros. .
all times have allot
and at
member of the First ner
--Teacher raises. Johns Is a will be answered.
pay
'
-Six new buses costing United Methodist Church of the people of Bradford County; In 6) All teacher aides appear to
mind." come from affluent homes,which
$30.000. Starke and presently serves on j I
Church's administrative Edwards has lived In Bradford Is not adherent with head start
the Reports Losing
--Increased maintenance. 6> board. He was a member of the County his entire life. He has guidelines.In .

__A new building at Bradford lay advisory committee named In operated a concrete plantandhaa Large Cash Sum a Monday morning meeting
High. the planning of the Bradford- raised prize winning beef cattle In Lake Butler, School Supt.
The board moved Tuesday nits Union Vocational-Technical: since his high school days when James Cason denied the allegations -,, Gem Clips, Ledgers,
he showed the grand championFFA William J, Lundy of Sandus- made by the CUBa director 6t
of the Staplers Staples
He member
to Increase teacher aide salaryto ter. was a
ky, Ohio reported the loss of
steer at the Florida State and stated the head start boneLetterheads
P.1
$2 hour. New aides will Starke Jaycees and was presidentof i Typewriter
per
$462 while
shopping in a local
had been filled
Fair. He has operated a cattle positions on the
start at $1.85, same as aides that organization In 1966-67.
Son Mrs. S.B.Johns farm here for many years, rais- store Monday morning. basis of qualifications In accord
and
have been receiving.The of Mr.
ing Black Angus steers with which Mr. Lundy, who is vacationIng ance with the guidelines.
board also asked Supt. of Starke he Is married to for- .
Jean The both of his sons have won the with his son and daughter- "Rlos has tried us, found us
Casey to lists of salar- mer Virginia Darby.
prepare in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
grand championship In state fair guilty; and then sentenced us,
ies of other non-Instructional couple has three children: Ricky
The competition, plus the champion- Lundy, of Plaza Motor Lodge, all without even a hearing,"
personnel for examination at the Elise, and Jennifer. family
believes he the victim
of major cattle show In was oi Cason charged.
ship
Bessent Road. every
July 7 meeting. The board agreed resides at 1228 E.
the state. a pickpocket while leaving the Board Attorney Hal Mains ,
with Casey's statement that bus "I feel my accounting back-
Edwards Is married to the store after making some pur- urged that prompt action be tak- Envelopes,
drivers with longer routes shouldbe ground In college, experience
paid as president of the Clay Electric former Betty Long of Brooker. chases. When he returned to the en and suggested a meeting with Business Forms
In other more.action Tuesday night, Employees' Credit Union, with They have five children: Tom, motel he noted that the buttonon Rios as well as appeals to Talla-
the Board: assets of $192,000 and my experience 19; Patricia 18: Sue, 16; Zack,15. his hip pocket, where he hassee and the Atlanta HEW of-
carried his wallet had been cut
and Debbie 13. The two oldest,
School In the
--Sold the old Hampton serving public off. fice.The
while at Electric Tom and Patricia, graduatedfrom Joint meeting Tuesday
for $5.150 to Rudolph DeWaters employed Clay
Besides the cash, he lost his
Bradford High this morning was arranged by Cason '
year.
and Walden D. Wadsworth as qualify me for the office of
Johns Edwards makes the following drivers license, several credit and Rios. It was at that meet-
It Is the first time
high bidder. clerk says.
If "That I cards, and other contents of the that CUBB and the Union
pledge, elected will ing
I
the board has ever been able to "If elected will serve the
conduct this office in an honor- wallet. County; School Board apparently U
sell an old building Chairman people of Bradford County; fairly, Rubber Stamps
able, efficient and business-like agreed on a compromise with
and with
H.A. Lawson commented.Before. honestly Integrity; ,being
manner at all times,knowing that the aid of Mrs. Owens and Wan- Wedding Stationery
the board has paid to have old ever mindful that the clerk's office Golf TitleFirst
buildings demolished. belongs' to the people" as a businessman, taxpayer, a ton.
-Accepted bids on school sup- father of five children that only
plies and Idtchen equipment for through the efficient operation of flight J 1)) Mike Fogg,
\\. Starke elementary. All were a new cafeteria at the vo-tech our County Government are we 2) David McRae. First Flight: 1)) Shirley Johns
school has been added and the able to achieve 2)) Miller "Quality Printing At Reasonable Pricu"miljj
t.i.Ken under advisement'' 'for any tax savings to Second Flight: I 1)) Bob McRae, Margaret
awards to be made by the school work will take about 325 hours. our Citizens of Bradford 2) Rex Rhodes. Second Flight; 1)) Gladys Hobbs
--Approved the county new educational County.; Third Flight: I 1))J.D. Seymour 2)) Mary Humphries.
staff.Voted to accept AccountantNeil Improvement expenses) 2) Harry Gruen. Trophies will be awarded at
!\ Tucker's $2,750 proposal to for submission to the State Department Fourth Flight: 1)) Jack Eaves, the annual membership* dlnnei Co
audit the school's internal for approval there. LOCAL 2)) Larry Fender meeting July 16. s ,,
accounts next year. Tucker said --Accepted the resignations of BRIEFS Fifth Flight: 1)) Jack Hazen,
seven teachers. 2: Luke Powell *

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Mr. and Mrs Joe Jordan and 2) Wayne Douglas. faulted for laziness. !Many of
In ladies competition, Gertie
them are finding
family of Live Oak spent time to
Father's Day with Mr and Mrs. McRae won the championshipflight write their autobiographiesbefore {
Why H.A. Lawson. and Ruth Broadway was they have held their'
second. first job.

Mr and Mrs. H.C. Waffler of ._
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Sweat ? .. Holllday.daughter Mr. and Mrs.of New Charles Orleans Fink and are CENTRAL, COMFORT BY. !

visiting Mrs. Fink's mother,
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and daughter Mrs. Richard
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Texas.and Mrs Louise Rhodesof
Miami were guests of Mr. and ,
4fr Mrs. E.W. Hayes the past ten

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New Marks Set Colonial Tops Norman's For LeadIn BPOE Claims Bantam Title; Man Charge :


Women's League Softball Play Southern Discount Is 2ndIn With TheftJames I

In Summer TrackBradford Colonial Florist and Norman's until only the third Inning.
Farm took the diamond against In that third Inning Diane Cox Bantam Boys Baseball act- season on a winning note 13-3
each other for the third time hit a 3 ra homer and that ended J' ion last week final week of play over Police. Earl Lloyd Jr., 19, ha*
High runners Jimmy go to Miami July 25 for the Re- this season on Friday June 19. the coring, for In the four In- B.P.O.E won Its final two gamesto The winner rapped 10 base been charged with grand larceny
Andrews, sophomore, and Larry gion 4 of the Southeast United This was probably) the best dugs remaining both teams end the season with a 10-2 hits while Dana Padgett allowed for theft of household goods from
Green, freshman, established:! States competition. At Miami the played game of the year for both posted goose eggs as each team record: and claimed to the 1970 only one to the losers. Padgett an apartment owned by Don Fag
new records In annual Area 1 first placo winner will get an teams as only two errors, both gained only; four hits each In the championship. also got himself three In four at of Starke.
Junior Olympic, Track Competition all-expense paid trip by Quaker by Colonial, were committed. remainder of the game and the Southern Discount also won Its bats. Raymond Whittle was 2-for- Lloyd lived In the apartment
In Jacksonville June II. Oats to Knoxville, Tennessee The difference in the game,which defense came through with good final games but It was good only 2. Dale Hass prevented Padgett before moving to Klngsley; LakeIn
Andrews, did the 120-yard high August 11-13 for the National Colonial won 5-3. was that colonial plays.. for the runner-up spot. from hurling a no hitter with a Clay County., He was arrested
hurdles In 15.6 for a nlw Inter- Junior Olympic Championships.One rapped the ball for 14 base Sheila Taylor; Colonial's winning June 16Southern- single In the fourth Inning. at his lake residence Sunday,
mediate Division mark 04 and 15 Bradford runner, Jimmy hits! while Norman's had only pitcher, was the top hit getter Discount 9 Coke 3 June 14, on a warrant Issued in
year olds)and tied the record In Andrews, Is ranked In the top nine. with three hits In three trips Donnie Thomas pitched a two Fees To Increase Bradford County and a search
the 120-yard low hurdles In 13.9 10 nationally In the 330-yard Colonial took a 2-0 lead In the to the plate. Helen Ingle was 2- hitter at Coke For ServicesOf warrant Issued In Clay County;
seconds. Intermediate hurdles. bottom of the first with the aid for-3 to pace the losers. These and S.D. had little according to Bradford Chief Deputy
Green In the All-Comers meet Thurs two teams will meet each other trouble in posting a 0-3 win. 1 .
turned In a 4:50.8: mile of five hits. In the top of the sec Thomas Clerk's Office
had himself missing
for a new mark In the inter- day night (July 11))Andrews placed ond Norman's struck for three once again In regular season quite a Items from the Page
mediate division. second In the high hurdles In 15.7 runs on five hits and one error to play. Colonial now holds the edge day, allowing only two hits while Increased fees for services apartment were recovered last
In the same competition Jimmy and fifth In the Intermediate hur- take a 3-2 lead which.held up 2-110 their. series. striking out 15 batters. In addition rendered by the County Clerk's Monday, according to Deputy
Ricks won the high jump at 5'4" dles In 43.0 Koch' Drugs 15 Hurst Shell 2. to his pitching achieve- office will go Into effect July 1 Reddish.
Leonard Garrett, was fourth In; Most of the competition in the Koch's Drugs had little difficulty ment he was 3-for-3 with a In accordance with changes enacted Lloyd has been released from t
the mile run In 5:05.8: ; Richard all-comers meet came from Nean And Activities In downing Hurst Shell and single, double, and home run at the last legislative ses the Bradford County Jail under "
Fill, second In the 880-yard college runners. The collegianswere In -' as we say--he had quite a sion. $1,000 bond to appear at Plea
2:12.5; Steve Strickland, fourth run. most Impressed with young From for-3 day. Wade Winkler was also 3- The fee for recording, Index- Day proceedings July 23.
I4Ahi4vaWt 9-0;John Cleamons. Andrews, Coach Loper reported. and Jeff Jockel had him- Ing, and filing any Instrumentnot
fifth In the 120-LH,. 15.6. and Larry Green placed fifth In the '... of self the a thrill when he hit one out larger than 8-1/2 x 14 Inches -
sixth In the long jump In 15-8 two-mile steeple chase 10:59.0.: RECREATIONCENTER -- June park. will be $4 for the first Green Family
Leroy Davis, third In the high; Gerald Griffis was ninth In the STRIPES-Bright 18B.POE.- page, and $2 for each additional -
Reunion June
Jump 4'8", and James Chandler, steeplechase at 12:38.0; color stripes give page or fraction thereof. Pre- 28
second In the 75-yard dash, 8.7 "Jimmy; Ricks was sixth In the to the classic tank 8, Police 0. viously the fee was $2 for the
seconds. high jump at 5'4.;" John demons short shorts in care Tommy Wise threw the first first page and $1 for each add- Descendants of Robert H. and
Others competing In the inter- was seventh in the triple terry. Styled by no-hitter of the 1970 season shutting itional page. Lucretia A. Green will hold their
mediate division were Gerald jump at 35-1 and seventh in the ANNUAL BANTAM the outfit lets out the Police 8-0. The new fee for plats (exa- 50th annual reunion Sunday, June
Griffls. 880 and 220, Wade Gar Intermediate hurdles In 49.95.; SWIM AND COOK-OUT- soak up the sun in Tommy only pitched to 19 batters mining, certifying, and record- 28, at the New River Baptist
,
rett, pole vault and 0. Acosta Richard Fill was second In the Party will be held Saturday striking out 15 of them, ing) first page will be $15 and Church located off State. Road
Nonnan''J
880. 880-yard run In 2:11.0 In a race "Tune: 27; at the beach borne of THANK walked one, and the First base- $10 for each additional page. 235 from SR 100. Signs will be
for 16-years-olds and man received credit for the other The fee for copying Instrument -
under. any
The BHS group garnered a Frank Williams on Crystal Lake. posted to direct those not familiar
total of 51 points In the inter- gelf champion The boys will leave from PrattSt. and members of the two pullouts. Wise retired the in public records,8-1/2 with the area. All relatives -
mediate division far better than Defending; Champion Bill Center at 8:30: a.m. and return Club would like to first eight batters to face him, x 14 maximum, by photographic and friends are Invitedto
the second place team. Adams again won the Starke Golf to Center by 3:30 p.m. s opportunity to thank and the last five, on strike outs. process will be $1 I, and by other attend.Zada and Russell
"They were so eager to com and Country Club golfing title Saturday BANTAM BASEBALL for the splendid support While Wise was checking Pol- than photographic process, $2 Green.
pete that several returned with June 11, by four strokes PLAYERS TO TRY to make our annual Ice bats, his teammates were per page.
me that evening to run In the over Harold Bishop. HAND AT SOFTBALL Dinner an outstanding hitting the opposing pitcher at will Filing charges for civil action,
All-Comers, mostly colleges, Adams carded a 7068138 collecting 11 hits, led by Bob Patterson suit, or proceedings In Circuit Mosquitoes are Mid to be.
the 18 All Bantam Boys Baseball players Kevin and Keith Court will be $15.
meet and did great," Coach over holes to Bishop's the many worth-while Kelley attracted to people wearing
George Loper said. "This is 70-72-142. and any other boys ages 10-12 : benefiting from this and Marcy Sullivan all 2-for-3. Clerk Inman Green said thata highly-perfumed tonic and lo-
tremendous experience for fine Clyde Terwillegar, who has who are Interested In participating the Shriner's Crippled Saturday, June 20Southern complete list of the new rate tions. And it'. hard to fight
the In a summer Softball pro- Discount 13. Police 3. schedule Is available at his office
group of young people, and it won club championship Hospitals and Burns them off with a karate chop.
can't help but make them that several times, won the conso- gram are urged to attend the Institutes. Southern Discount ended its In the courthouse.
much tougher next fall and lation match over John Watson. practice session set up for Monday I
June 29, 5
P.m.
spring. the coach added.In .
the Senior Division 06-17 Comfort Kits JR. MISS B.C.V.F.D.
year olds), Bradford's John Douglas CONTEST READY
won the 100-yard dash In FOR CONTESTANTSThe MotorsMONEYSAVING
10.3 and 220-yard dash In 22.6. Asked For Peru JR. M1 sBC.V.F.D.spon. Terwillegar
both termed "excellent perfor- sored by tile Bradford Count]
mances" by Coach Loper. Des- Quake VictimsThe Volunteer Fire Department h
pite the fact that he had been now officially opened Thursday
ill the week before Buddy Pater- Bradford County Chapter of June 18.The .
son took a third place in the the American Red Cross has been contest Is open to all girls (;
880-yard run in 2:12.9.In : asked to assist the Jacksonville ages four to twelve who are residents GAME
the Junior Division 02-13 Chapter In securing, by July 1, of Bradford County, Re-
year olds) Sheldon Hodge took 800 comfort kits for Peru earth- gistrations are being taken at the
third place In the shot put at quake victims. Pratt ST. Center Monday though
341/2 feet and fifth In the 440- Bags may be left at the Starke Friday.
yard dash In 64 seconds. Fire Department, according to Winner of the contest will
Sharone Gainey placed fourthIn Miss Lillian Stump, presidentof receive a $23 savings bond and
the 440 in 63.6 seconds and the Bradford Chapter.A all entrants will receive trophy..
tied for first In the 220 at 26.8 comfort Kit Is a cloth or The contest closes Friday, July
seconds. Sammy Pittman was plastic bag containing the following 24. BIG
third In the 440 at 62.8. The Items: large cotton YOU ';',, ,
,
boys are all sixth and seventh handkerchief or cotton scarf, .. .
graders.In hand towel, toothbrush, salty QUIZZED ON his knowl- "
Junior Olympic competitionthe pins, small writing tablet, edge of the Constitution, the v NEW' >1 t
first four finishers in each package of needles, one spool Office Grouch: says the federal START '''t-
even will run In the Florida District each white and black thread, government has three Our expert "R
State Meet in JacksonvilleJuly knife and spoon, soap, comb, branches and he's opposed to service J l\ SIZE ; "'S t
11. At this meet In the Intermediate toothpaste or powder, blunt
all of them.
and senior divisions scissors.crayons, buttons,plastic -, HERE saves ; ::i
only, the first two finishers will cup, and bandai .' jh.i *,I"t( I .;) I :J.!' .,; you money ( : J 1. / r

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Elizabeth County are open until Those who have never regis- son at the Supervisor of Elect- r+.
visited Mrs. ..
Floyd Futch gust 8 at 5 P.m. They will close tered before must be at least ::
CORRECTION: Mr. and Mrs. day 7:30 p.m.Highland Dupree In St. Vincent's then and not re-open until Nov.9, 21 years old, have been a permanent Ions office in the Courthouse. j Box 75 LaCrosse Fla. Ph. Iachua: 462.2628
W.L. Durban of Gainesville have Baptist:Sunday School Hospital In Jacksonville duringthe one week after the general elect- resident of Florida for Mrs. Geneva Flynn says there }' TRACTORS ,.
OLIVER
announced the arrival of a son, 9:45: a.m., Worship services 11 week. Albert Hazen of Detroit ion. the past 12 months and of Brad- are now 5,409 registered votersin
Dewey Edward, In Alachua Gen- a.m. and 7:30 p.m..Prayer meet- Mich visited the Futcheson ford County for the past six Bradford County, but she expects 1':$ 10 DIFFERENT SIZES
eral Hospital on June 14. Mrs. Ing Wednesday 7:30p.m.followed Friday. There will be three electionsthis months. registration will climb to ::
Sadie Lott of Klngsley Lake Is choir practice. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Stevensof fall. The first primary will 5,600 before the books close. \
the maternal grandmother and by Virginia Beach, Va. were visiting be Sept. 8, followed by a runoff If you will be 21, or fulfil Her office is open from 9 ?h TOWN & COUNTRY GARDEN TRACTORS
Mrs. Ed Durban of Lawtey Is PERSONALS Mrs. Stevens' brother-in- primary Sept. 29, if neces- residency requlrments between a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and will '1: WITH MOWER ATTACHMENTS
the paternal grandmother. Friends of John Wyrick regret law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. sary. The general election is set Aug. 8 and Nov. 2, you will be be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ={: Power with Gear or
to I learn of his death in Thomas L. Barnes, during the allowed to register In advance.No July 16th and July 30th for those >.=r': From 7 to 14 Horse ..
CHURCH ACTIVITIES the V.A. Hospital in Lake Cityon week. Mrs. H.E. Priest were Mrs. registrations will be accepted who can not come In during the =': Hydro Drive.I ?
Grace United Methodist: Sunday Saturday, June 20. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. S.T. Shultz and Edmond Allinder and childrenof after August 8 at 5 p.m. day, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday >.,
School 9:45: a.m., Worship lived in Lawteyfor children of AM Arbor, Mich. when the books close. August 8. i
*
Mrs. Wyrick Lake City and Mrs. Roy Sills Holland
services 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., before spent the week with her brother- Applications are being accepted Implements, Sidewinder Mowers
MYF 7p.m.First moving a good to Tallahassee many years and sympathy in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. of Cedar Key. Those who have registered before now for absentee ballots, and r Transplanters, Cole Planters, t
Dana and Darrell of $
Redding
Baptist: Sunday School is extended to the S.T. (Bud) Harley, and children. must re-register in personIf any letters of application must '::: Blue E/.ee Flow and Others. y,
Wildwood are visiting their John :
9:45 Worship services 11 learn Dunn and have changed name 1 r
a.m. We also regret to of Mr. and Mrs. Henry you your be signed by the citizen Intend-
a.m. and 8 pan., Training Union the death of Arvis Kirkland. The Mrs. Beatrice Clifton of Deland grandmother, Mrs.D.R.Redding, or wish to change party affili- ing to vote, Mrs. Flynn stressed. ::1?=1 Combine and Hay Equipment
this week.
7 p.m., Midweek services 8 pjn. the of their Mrs. Roy Merritt of Jackson- ation. If your address has #n$
has sympathy
family Mr. and Mrs. Sid Starling of :
Clemons and the Supervisor *
Wednesday. ville, Mrs. C.L. changed, you may notify ..
Church of God: Sunday School friends. daughter Margie were visiting Atlanta, Ga. were visiting her of Elections by tele- NOTICE ..
9:45 a.m., Worthip services 11 Members of the W.F. Moore Lois Carter on Sunday.Mr. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. phone. This Is to Rive official and TRACTOR REPAIRS i
Mrs.
family enjoyed Father's Day together and Mrs. M.C. Kelley, last week. public notice! that I will not be i1
turn and 8 pjn., Training Union and Mrs. Ronny McClellan reapon&IUIe for any debt or I
7 p.m., Midweek services 8 p.m. with the Fred Moore, Darren and Paul visited Mr. Mrs. Edna Cason and daughter If none of the above categories bllla Incurred, after June ITth 111 Calvin C. Williams and Raymond Dyal
Wednesday. Jr. family at KIngsley Lake. and Mrs. L.M. McClellan on Mrs. Edward Jones and children apply to you, but you have not Varnes 1970 by Shirley Ann other Copeland .. ::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::: ::::::::>.:::::::::::::::.<:::--::: *
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Church of God: Sunday School Those attending were Mr. and Sunday and the boys remainedfor of Jacksonville, were visit- voted In an election during the union I or personally any sign parson for :::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::.x-vxax.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::
Mrs. J.W. Thomas and family ing Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Dobbs such bills ,of Signedbrhest
10 ajn., Worship services 11ajn. a few days visit. on past two years, your registration : Albert Va t'es.
Live Oak.
Moore of
and ,
and 7:30 p.m., YPE "n iuri Mr. Jimmy and Mrs. Thomas Casey Sunday visitors of Mr. and Thursday of last week. has expired and you must 5.48ttD 7.2

and children of Starke Mr. and --
Mrs. S.D. Andrews and family
of Wildwood. Mr. and Mrs. R.C.
(Chuck) Moore of Lake City, END OF MONTH ;
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompsonand t
son of Jacksonville, and lit
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ton.Mr. and Mrs. Lenburg Tannerof CLEARANCE *
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and their families gatheredto
Johns spend fathers day with Mr. NEWEST STORE AT 1205 MAIN ST., PERRY, GEORGIA.
and Mrs. R.L. Bradley on Sun-
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is still the greatest Charles Dlnklns of Starke, Mr. ,

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and the wholesome benefitto spent Saturday with Mr.and Mrs. PANTS & colors. %., Cushioned sea pwo. vy ,*
society that the labor A.D. Dobbs. / X! Smart distinctive, handsomely lasted,
of brawn and brain pro Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Major a FAMOUS MAKER Solids, *Black and Tan. Same ****>rt.d<*l r V
vide. of Miami were visiting Mr. and NAT'LLY. SOLD 7.00 to 10.00 plaids p* Sira.lva Nt./ ,; '
Mrs. T.V. Duck and Cindy dur- Superbly tailored in finest fabrics. stri es'r
Charley E. ing the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Quality detailed throughout & white
Ed Nolan and children of Jack- C Solids checks and plaids. LustrousBroadcloth. /
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guests of the Ducks. i
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[New Methods Reclaiming Lengthy Vegetables 80-Year-OId! Former Peace Corps XoOX; ;';9'X''X" <<<<-::@ l


JLIuPont Mined-Out Frnm New River Volunteer Seeks New Service I FARM AND RANCHBy I

AreasImproved Mr. and Mrs. Ethan A. Sappof
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New River are going in for ; George T. Hugging ;:;:::::;:;:;:::.:;.::.;;.;:.::.::;.:.::.:*".;:.::.::.;:..:.:.:.::..;.:.:.:..
in their
length as well as quality; COUNTY AGENT

methods of sail reclamation with little success. One plant gardening operations this sum- Agricultural Extension Service J.-oooooo
"to leave the land with the exotic name, "African mer.
In better condition when we go Weeping Love Grass" did sur- The Sapps"brought several cucumbers :
than It was before we came" vive in the sterile soil but grew to The Telegraph last -::' !JSIi. ;
-
-- --
were described at the In clumps and failed to spread week the longest being over 15 1 1y
Yeoeotly by Wm. M. ream, and give the ground cover necessary inches in length. They also TOMATOES ON POTATOES?
Jr., with the DuPont Company's to prevent wind and water brought some "yard beans"with This is the question we have JW4
mining projects at Starke and erosion. the longest pod measuring 30 in- been asked a few times duringthe r
ches. last couple of weeks. If;you w
Lawtey. Early In 1969,experiments took 4
Beam said that planting experiments a new direction and DuPont obtained Mrs. Sapp says the yard beans find a few Irish potato plants ryr
began In 1952 in an special equipment for are good to snap or shell, and ,+ nearly matured and have one or
effort to bring the minedoutland scraping the top six inches of have a taste similar to crow- more clusters of a growth simi-
back Into production and soil off the ground in advance der peas. When picking them Instead lar to a tomato,your first thought
prevent the area where the dred- of Its dredge. The topsoll was of place in a basket or may be that you have a tomato
gA have operated from becoming laid aside until the dredging o- hamper ;you can Just drape them growing on an Irish potato bush. -r
amt wasteland. After the four peratlon was finished then replaced over your arm. That Is exactly what it looks ip1i .,
per cent of minerals is removed ] on top of the residue Clarence Pickard. 80, is retired at his Indianola like, but it is not a tomato. S
blned Iowa home. But the former aviator farmer, For some reason the plant has
from the dredged up sand, the providing sufficient roots,natural total of more than 40mlleT county
agent and college professor who returned 18 produced a cluster of seeds.A .
residue-- tnosuy silica Is grass seeds and organic matter of mining cuts 800 feet wide just
months ago from Peace Corps service in Bulandshahr little unusual seasonal tem- 1 1r
filled in behind thedreage ana to cover the barren waste criss-crossing the broad mineral 1
will not support vegetation since and support deposit of Umenite. It Is estimated India, says he is looking for new ways to serve man perature may be the reason I
all humus has been removed in Beam said that voluntary land thus growth. that the project will be kind. Pickard and his wife, Mildred, 75, now spend am not sure. I do know that .f ;
reclaimed much of their time giving talks and slides tomato eggplant, and
showing the potato ,
completed In from 20 to SO
the mining process and the tall- ,has been successfully: years
!
depicting their life as Peace Corps Volunteers. In all In
a
when the two lakes meet. even tobacco are groupof
sterile.Over reforested
tags are practically with pine saplings
Beam's talk was illustrated bya India, the Pickards lived In one room which at one plants called the solanaceous ,
e planted in the forestry opera- time was shared by 36 baby chicks. The Indians have family. They also are related to ttl> ron
the varieties tion of the State color film of the new reclamation
;years Board.
many Armory
filmed and great respect for age, which Pickard found helped the nightshade plant which is
process exhibited -
of grass aDd trees along Lakes at Trail him with his Peace work. Peace
Ridge and Highland at the meeting by Art Corps Corps Director toxic to livestock. If you want
with fertilizers were .applied already have logged a corn- Patray. Joseph Blatchford says the Corps is now seeking more information about tomatoes -
many skilled farmers and craftsmen potatoes talk to somebodywith most.common diseases and suggest -
..
a Phd degree. a treatment.

Mrs. Harry Wilkerson of Law- Right now we are having calls
does have a little difficulty a bout"a condition appearing in
tey
e END OF MONTH keeping her grandchildren from the lawn causing spots with a

L r _: : tasting these false tomatoes. gray called to Slime black Mold.soot-like These fungus spotsor

masses of fungi can be bro-
.AWN INSECT GUIDE ken up 'by spraying with wateror

CLEARANCE 1! NAVY Recent pesticide use restrict- simply by mowing and they
1 DISCOUNT SfORlS ions have made it necessary to will usually disappear. If ;you
reprint many of our circularsand are not satisfied with this and
}' Sar
re LOWER BETTER bulletins. One of the first want to apply a chemical treatment -
; i PRICES QUALITY reprints Is the Home Gardener's you may use any, good
FABULOUS SAVINGS IN EVERY STORE"THE f MORI Lawn Insect Control Guide One fungicide

+ r13FAC O e good thing about reprints is that
also up-dated. So, don't 'ANNOUNCEMENTS
they are
ARMY, : ENTIRE! i 3 CHAIN IS CELEBRATING THE GRAND OPENING OF OUR' get the quick Impression that TOBACCO MEETINGAU

DISCOUNT : this Is just another run of the Bradford County Tobacco grow-
NEWEST STORE AT 1205 MAIN ST., PERRY, GEORGIA. same old thing like some of ers remember that a very special
our summer entertainment pro- tobacco meeting has been
QUANTITY grams. Revised would have boon set for June 29 at 8 p.m. in
FRIDAY SATURDAY RIGHTS better than saying reprint. the. Agriculture Building In
Seems that everybody Is more Starke.
ALUMINUM C RESERVED concerned about having pretty POULTRY PRODUCERS-
--. "- -- ; "- .. LUX SOAP lawns. Well having a pretty lawn persons producing or affiliated
MEN'SORLON ." OR CHAIRS "- takes lots of attention and lots with poultry and are"interested
";. of work. It Is easier to take in our North Florida Poultry
\ about It than It is to do the Producers Association will soon
SOCKS White plastic arms. Tangerine Jacquard pattern.
l. BATH SIZE Chair has 6-5-4 webs Width 2W. height 33''i'' work. receive definite Information a-
NAT'LLY SOLD FOR $1.75You'll < Chaise has 7-17 webs Width 25". length 74" t Home Gardener's Lawn Insect bout our Annual Meeting. Elect-
Control Guide Is what we're talk
e 4 ion of officers will be held at
recognizeth / ing about. If you have a lawn, this July meeting.
famous, toft, i .'
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; you a copy. no
luminous quality. I I c:2: : t t 1 r reason, it Is worth having so
A riot of colon d / /
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to choose from v different life stages of the Chinch
SLIGHT, Sue 10 to I 3.CHILDREN'S. sC w 301
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BOYS' BOYS' MICROSCOPE SPRAY WAY While we are talking about of this century! :
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Small bomb went off and In the next ----------------
Fry Play OpensThe ,'
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two innings Cunningham Gulf rapped -
: out U base hits and scored I NOTICE ,
Small Fry Softball League Schedule: Ti.iIITTIIMEN'S 12 runs to take the game 16-6.
composed of four teams made up Thursday, June 25- 41:45: 1st Harold Davis and Jim Watts I
of boys ages 7.8. and 9 :yearsof Fed vs Comm. Bank; 5:43: KFCvs each had four hits In five tripsto I Due to the rapidly Increasing; costs of pro- :
age, opened Its season June 10. Andrews Drugs.Wednesday I the plate. Ken Carlton and duction. The Telegraph finds It necessary to institute ':.
Sponsors for these teams are: Julyl 4:45 An- Randall Davis were 2-for-2.Kenny I
- - - - - nominal charge for the use of photographs .
Kentucky Fried Chicken, Community drews vs 1st Federal; 5:45: KFCvs Chltty 2-for-2 and Bob Pace a
State Bank, Andrews Comm Bank. SOFTBALL Jim and Marvin 2-for-3 led the losers. I for announcements and engagements' on ,
Veasey
Drugs, and First Federal.In There's gums be changes Thursday Profs 12 Independents June 18- 11 for-3.Moore were each 2-for-3 for Betels 9 Independents 8. i our society pages. The following rates will apply,
this -Thl. to be the The Rebels won their first
previous:years age group ma seems the losers. effective April 1: I
has played baseball. This :year It themesong of the Men's REC The Profs and the Independents game of the second half In two I .
was decided to Introduce the game Softball League for the second locked up In a real battle that end- Friday, June 19- starts downing Independents 9-8, '
of softball and 89 far It la believed half of the season. ed In an exciting manner. Mad.St.Ban*.4. but they failed to show how they ONE COLUMN, PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM. :
Plaza Lodge 5.
to be much Seventeen ruM were scored In champs as It took FOR ENGAGEMENT AN- ,
the program Only one week Into the schedule In low scoring game Plaza were league AIRLY USED :
a
more sussessful. The boys are finds Just two teams left that the first Inning, nine by Independents Lodge bested by one run Mad. an outstanding catch by Gene NOUNCEMENTS) .n_ __ ____ _d_ $3.00 :
able to hit and field the ball--In have not been beaten, Cunningham and eight by the Profs.The 5-4. Melvin to save this game with
other words they are InvolvedIn Gulf and Plaza Lodge, and frame was tied 11-11 from the St. Bapt. the Rebels winning It 98. I TWO COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM- "
much more action. This Is those two teams have played fifth Inning on and the Profs saved Neither team could score in This was the Independents'second 'AIRLY USED FOR WEDDINGS) _._ $5.00 :
evidenced by the game results only one game. As things look the game by getting the tying run the first three Innings, then in consecutive loss by only one .
which follow. now the second half championship out of the plate on a perfect the fourth Mad. St came up with run. The Rebels led 3-2 after one, I'gagement
June 10Andrews- can be'won by any one of throw from center field by four runs and Plaza two runs, so 4-3 after two and 7-4 until the I We will continue to make no charge for en
Drugs FlrstFederal the league's eight teams. Charles Hall. going Into the bottom of the sixth sixth when they made it 9-4. I announcements fir wedding: write-ups
8. Tuesday, June 16- The Independents outhlt the Mad St held a 4-2 lead. The Independents made strong where no photographs are required. .
Andrews opened Its season witha 1111 Madison St. Ba$. 14 Profs 4 Profs 12 to nine and were led by rally in bottom of the seventh, I
1, (is discouraged as .
of color
of FlrstFederal. the 2-for-3 performances of Ron the bottom of the sixth and the The use photographs
a "- trimming Mad. St. exploded for 10 runs But In scoring four runs leaving I,
Andrews saw their early lead the first time they came to bat Locke and Calvin Varnes. Plaza came up with the needed tying: run on second base after they do not reproduce as well as black and white. t
of 6-3 vanish as First Federal and the lead wa s too much for Charles Hall was 2-for-4 topacethe three runs to end the game.Plaza Melvin had made a game saving I If
tied It 7-7 In the fifth Inning and the Profs to overcome and the winners. had 12 hits paced by Don Eberly's catch of a shot off the bat of Please submit black and white photographs, ,

then took an 8-7 lead In the sixth. game ended In five Innings via Lawtey 11 Rebels 2 3-for-3. Mark Graudon's was Fred Wheeler. The Rebels out I possible.In .
scored the winning The winners had for the losers, who had hit the 14-7 .
Andrews then the 10 run rule. last 3-for-3 Independents pacedby
Lawtey team of the
place
runs In the bottom of the sixth. 14 hits led by Cliff Griffls three first half with 3-10 record,met nine hits.B.P.O.E.. Ron Grlggs' 3-for-4. Paul order to handle wedding articles efficiently,
a
Andrews had 14 hits led by Mike N i for three. David Bennett,was two the Rebels, winners of the first Wheeler was 2-for-3 for the The Telegraph requests that all information be .
.Starlings 2-for-2. Kevin Hamilton for two fcr the losers. half with an 12 and one record. 8 Coke 5 losers. submitted no later than noon Monday following :
had a home run. Starke Utilities 12 Lawtey U The two teams reversed the BPOE recorded Its 10th win by Standings through Fri."oJ.une 19: the wedding. Accounts of weddings occuring :,
Kentucky Fried Chicken 14Community In a wide In which Coke 85. Cunningham Gulfand Plaza Lodge '
open game order with Lawtey playing the downing than two weeks before date of publication ,
State Bank 8 the lead changed several times, role of Champa and the Rebels, 1-0, Mad. St. Utilities, Lawtey, I more
KFC opened Its season on a the Starke Uttlites team came while playing their normal The league champs scored Profs, and Rebels 1-1, and Independents cannot be used. Printed wedding information :
winning note downing CommunityBank from behind In the bottom half oi getting soundly thrashed game 11-2 twice In the first, five times In 02.Schedule I forms may he obtained at The Telegraph office
148. )' the final inning to defeat Lawtey Lawtey outhlt the Rebels 15-8 the third, and once In the fifth. for your convenience. Your cooperation will be I
The winners scored 12 runs In 1211. with 10 of the winners hits com- Coke scored all its runs In the 'thursdaY, June 258 p.m. I appreciated.
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the first two innings and coastedto ""HEAD OF CLASS-Singer sew. The city' team led 5-1 after ing In the final two innlnp.The first and led until the third in- Lawtey vs Cunningham, 9:15: ,I
the win on 15 hit*. Clay Cil- Ing experts say the cotton corduroy three*innings but Lawtey erased Rebels held a brief 1-0 lead be- ning. Plaza vs Independents.
hooly, Freddie Mack, and De- jumper will head the that lead by scoring five times in fore Lawtey scored twice In the Friday June 267 p.m. Plazavs I I f
wayne Cummings paced their parade of back-to-school styles the fourth. After six Innings Law fourth Inning to take a 2-1 lead Final Standings-B.P.O.E.I0-2, Cunningham, 8:15: Profs vs BRADFORD C0(
team with 3-for-3performances. this fall. This zip-front version tey led 10-8 and then 11-8 before which Police 4-71-1, Southern Discount utilities, 9:30 Rebels vs Mad St,
they never relinquished.
Gllhooly had a home run. with new deep-cut armholes is the city team scored four timesIn Frank Wolfe and Greg Dyalat 8-4, Ctfe 1101.ChauirWham Monday June 297 p.m. Cun- I
June Community Bank 20, made from Simplicity Pattern the final inning for the one run third and short for ningham vs end 8:15 Plaza vs
8375. It tops a checked cotton Lawtey Gulf 13 Utilities 6. miiigrqlJ I
First Federal 14. blouse made by Simplicity Pat. victory. made several outstanding de- Utilities 9:30: Lawtev VA Mad;
After five Innings of play Starke
Community Bank pounded 15 tern 8226. Fabrics and patterns Lawtey outfit the winners 17-15 fensive plays to frustrate the St
hits to down First Federal 20- from Singer stores. with Frank Wolfe going 4-for-5. Rebel batten. Frank Wolfe was Utilities led Cunningham 5-4 as Tuesday June 307 p.m. Profsvs
14, five each Bob Patterson the winners the city team had limited the Gulf
by scoring runs of rrxx paced 3-for-3 to also lead his team Rebels, 8:15: Utilities vs Ind.,
the four Innings they batted. Airborne stewardesses with S-for-4. team to only four runs and nine 9:30: Cunningham vs Mad. St.
are offensively Jim Pierce was 2- thwh ____________
Jefferey Norman's 3-for-3 Including something comparatively re- hits In five Innings but then ____
two home runs paced the cent.
However the
covered - - - -
winners. Pat Mundorf was 4for4 wagons had girls aboard who
for the losers, Including two worked even harder.
homers. Greg Crosby and BruceJ! e e e
Wolford also hit home runs.' The fellow who wore Ms j i
KFC 27 Andrews Drugs 9 new plaid trousers to the office -
KFC won its second game and did a solid day'i work,
handed Andrews. its first loss mainly because he was too
pounding the ball for 29 hits and embarrassed to get up from
L scoring 27 runs to Andrews eight his desk.
hits and nine runs.
KFC scored 15 runs In the first
two Innings to coast to the win.
Clay Gllhooly and Jim Harper
went 4-for-4 to lead winners.
Home runs were hit by John Va-
Ilnski, Issac Cummings,Stu Ray-
burn, and Roger Mitzel. Mike
Starling was 2-for-2 for the los- R
ers. If

Andrews June 18-Drugs First 14. federal 21.! .. yYRBILL youcan't

First Federal recorded its first
win by knocking off Andrews 2114on
the strength of 17 base hits.
Auggie Fox was the boy with a
big stick going 4-for-4 while stand the heat

each Mike were Andrews 3-for-4.and Pat Home Mundorf runs POWELLis H ,

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Joe Boyer was 3-for-3 Including He can handle all your
two home runs. Nicky and Mike insurance life, health,
Starting each hit a home run. home, car. One man, one sit down and read this.
KFC 18 Community Bank 15 plan. Insurance is much
KFC downed the bank team 18-15 simpler that way.Rill .
for Its third straight win againstno

They losses.had to do this one the hard Powell

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The winners scored 15 runs In !! !
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Summer Playground Action Begins Branding Iron Chickens Die In Heat Wave suffocation"The: chickens," Trawlck died from said.beat,

Takes OpenerIn More than 10,000 chickens have cording to County Sanitarian the Santa Fe land fill over the "When the t temperature In the
died in houses throughout Jack Trawick. weekend. Poultrymen hauled dead broiler houses rose as high as
days with MM>> planned for Jack, Pony LeagueThe MM county poultry:from the summer's The sanitarian supervised the birds to the land fill where the 150 degrees." The birds were

.. sonvtlle Fire Zoo and: Children's Ma- Branding Iron Restaurant first prolonged heat wave, ac- burying of the dead poultry In county mosquito control crew most all about shipping size, or
seum Department St. Augustine
about three each.
League burled them. pounds
and Slat-Cun Territory. Starke's entry In the Pony. -
As of Monday, ttare were sttll got oft to a good start as
r''S openings for IS more children.' they traveled to Keystone Heights
\,),. ,'" ,of;' There's a lot of fun and action June 16, and beat State Bank 7-L SLADE'S
: ,; ; In the afternoon Danny McKInney started on the
,,, program for 7Dyears
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: '' '. mound for Branding Iron -
:,:;: '' :::' ," "' : olds. Beginning. at 1:30 until APPLIANCESALE
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/ ,: '.. ,,, ,: : : !' : 6 pjn. the children are Involved Just two hits and no runs
iii.," : '. ..', ', ." ( in 4
.,.!, \...',I\\\\ ':'" ( In activities such u ping pong and striking: out 9 batters
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tunings.Eddy Dye then took over
bumper pool table horseshoes
,' games
... ', :.;' hits
badminton shuffleboard the pitching duty; allowing no
trampolene archery etc. while giving up an unearned run
... Special....$ planned for and striking our 5 batters.
The Iron took advantage -
'''''' 'l'hundlm1DCtw..: bicycle Branding
rodeo eJ.a day bike hike,aDda of six hits and 10 stolen '
Randy and Andy Crews shoot game of Bumper trip to Stephen Foster Memorialto bases for their victory.
while climax:the "There'slots The game with Hawthorne was
Pool Clarence Thompson and Johnny Powell program.
I rained out Saturday and the boys
of excitement and we're
anxiously awai' their turn. looking forward to seeing a lot have games scheduled for Tues-
more children," says Bee. Mr. day In Keystone, Thursday in
....... wr Gene Raytarn. Hawthorne and then return home
Special Announcement; A Saturday for a game against State --
'. A hike Bank of Keystone at 4 p.m.
bicycle for 10, 11, and 12
, year olds will be held on Thursday -
i iI" r July 2. Registration for this Bradford FFA
i will be held at Pratt St Center. o

: 't Chapter TopsIn

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; Dist. IV BIG CAPACITY1IIg1

'.":.";. 41' ;" Open For Bradford FFA Chapter has been
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selected the top FFA chapter In
.. : Work OutsThe District IV !in competition at the
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,...... ... State FFA Convention In Daytona

... .t.oO'...: Bradford High Field house Beach The chapter last weak.was also selected e v-. ka" Stores Up To W "

will be open each week day from second top chapter In the Florida 550 Pounds
Cindy McLeod, Jimmy Reddish and Tammy Ray- 8 a.nu to 5 jwn. for athletes to Council: of Farmer Cooperative -
I burn, get: instructions on how to play a new table work out on weights: Head Coach Activities Contest For that

game from Beverley: McRae, playground director. David"I'd Hurst like to says remind, our football the Bradford unit was awarded Upright Convenience '
$35 In cash and a blue ribbon.
players Its their ball club Jimmy Alvarez, president of 1 Back Shelf Doors
and If they're going to have a the Bradford Senior Chapter.was
good team they're going to have elected president of District IV Now ,
to come down and work," says FFA ,
chapters.
i' n., Hurse. The BHS mentor says he Mike Oliver, Bradford FFA Only ,y
has not been completely satisfied -
,t member, placed third In the tim
't; with the amount of sum state In the Use Demonstrations. '
mer workouts Ms players have His subject was how to landscape -
undergone In past seasons.Work- a horn. Oliver won $25 $229
: :- \ Dw .t Ing out In the summer gives a cash and a blue ribbon.
team a clear bead start in the iJ
. David Walmnrlght Bradford
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: fall, the coach says. FFA member was third place in -,- .
t"41, the Seaboard Coastline's Forest .
.
the summer program
1' Officially "I'4" r
try Contest and received $30 in
However '"I/I'i jr ,
begins July 8, Hum says. / ,
cash at the convention.The "lilill ,,/ 'r'
be '
f the field house will open I 'I'
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Santa Fe Senior Chapter, '/ ,1'1''I"
day until then from 8 a.m. 'I
every '
+ for the ninth time In 10 years. J. ''

".. ...... ... ..... -. -- to The 5 iun coach,Hurse says explains.be recommendsthat was the state.named top FFA chapter In /, rl"t. \:
Immediately work- ( ,
players The Bradford Chapter bad four r' !t
ing out at least twice per week
Tiny' Tots enjoying things at the Rec Center are but that begtmung July 6 be vention.demonstration I teams at the con- .- .
They were marketing-
Alvarez Leigh Ann Couey, Jeff expects them to work out at I
Deborah Johns, Susy Bubba Bennett and Kelly Forsyth; vvv
Kevin{ Johns Tommy Crosby, least that often. : ..
Taylor Beth Francis, swimming production- Gary Melvin and 9d
After the summer
Paul Farrabee, Playground Dj rector Beverley McRae, program begins the coaches will Wayne, Norman; use-Mike Oliver h

Randy! :Merrit, Mrs. Harriet Johns, Kristy Johns, Dart be working in that in the morn- Alvarez, and and arrangements-Jimmy Joey Bennett .- / 14 FOOT y'

Lee, and! Bernie Akridge. Ings. However the field house Nine Bradford future farmers / '!
whodeslreto If :h'-
will be open for those most of any: chapter in the state :
work in the morning. received the State Farmers De REFRIGERATORFREEZER
The Tiny Tots and summer from 9:00-11:30 Monday through The' field house In not open
Playground program began this Friday. For 21/2 hours they play Just to high school athletes Hum Edwards gree. They Ralph are Mike Morgan Tew,, Tom Glen 1 t I
listen to stories,have refreshments wants ;
I week-at Pratt Street Playgroundand games says but any person who Bitch Robert Rosier. Richard '_
Center. The Tiny Tots are a and play games out to work out is welcome. Sapp, Joseph Sterling Jimmy -

group of 4-6 year olds which meet doors. Fridays... are special events Wlikerson and Travis Wynn. -.: NMi '. ".... r .

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An Open Letter To A Graduate'


DEAR KID: 1i z

'.
Today you came to me for a job. From the look of your I

shoulders as you walked out, I suspect you've been turned down be- i r {

fore, add maybe you believe by now that kids out of high school

can't find work.

But, I hired a teenager today. You saw him. He was the
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one with polished shoes and a necktie. What was so special about ., xa

him? Not experience, neither of you had any. It was his attitude ADHERE OR ANY

put him on the payroll instead of you. Attitude, son. A-T-T-I- MTis &TO TRUCKS CARS STEELSURFACE

T-U-D-E. He wanted that job badly enough to shuck the leather .

jacket, get a haircut, and look in the phone book to find out what + o CONVENIENT ONOMICAL

this company makes. He did his best to impress me. That's wherehe ,,

edged you out. : BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPH

You see, Kid, people who hire people aren't 'with' a lot of --

things. We know more about Bing than about Ringo, and we have !fi

Stone-Age ideas about who owes whom a living. Maybe that makesus Serving Florida

prehistoric, but there's nothing wrong with the checks we sign. Seeing Is BelievingThree Since 1950

Ever hear of "empathy"? It's the trick of seeing the other t ornst a I k' (greeting oervtce, Ont.
Bradford men brought in the biggest load of King Mackeralinto
fellow's side of things. I'couldn't have cared less that you're behindIn Mayport last Friday that has been caught this year. rrq tir. y '' T"',................"...-"'W"-..

your car payments. That's problem and President Johnson's. The :31 fish totaled'about 500') pounds; the largest was 28 pounds.
your From the left is Jimmy Reddish. Merritt Williams, Nell Tucker, and ,I'fr'' '
What I needed was someone who'd go out in the plant, keep his eyes Bill Bailey, captain of the commercial fishing vessel! "The Buchwacker." Mrs.Eavet Carolyn ,u CordiallyWelcomes ;

open, and work for me like he'd work for himself. If you have even Representative i

the vaguest idea of what I'm trying to say, let it show the next time Soap And Soft Water Ph. 964-3812 You and Your

ask for You'll be head and shoulders the rest. 122 N. Day St. Family to Your
you a job. over
Simple Answer To Pollution By DetergentsIn Starke New Home
You know, Kid, men have always had to get a job like you
answer to the question ternatlonal Joint Commission is not only phosphate free, softening appliances are compact
get a girl: Case the situation, wear a clean shirt, and try to appear "What can a housewife, do to on the Pollution of Lakes Erie, but Is also rapidly biodegrad and automatic and can The State of FloridaIt
end pollution?" Glen Pratt, Ontario, and the St. Lawrence able. It breaks down natural. be quickly connected to the
reasonably willing. Maybe jobs aren't as plentiful right now, but a Federal Water Control Admin. River stated that detergent. ly In three days, after disposalto household water supply to Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and
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sources account for 70 of waterways as compared provide completely softened
lot of us can remember when master craftsmen walked the streets. detergents the phosphorous In municipal, to about. three weeks for the water wherever desired. To Aquaint You With Your City.If .
wastes In the United States present day synthetic laundry
By using softened water and
Stop Pollution! and 50" In Canada Phos. detergents. Laundering experts
don't know the
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By Culligan phosphate-free soap
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you phates In laundering soapH have long considered soap and every family can loin In the you are new in the area, a phone
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since they excBsslvo Thus commercialand
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young women enough go a job lakes and streamsCulligan have used this combination for quality water contributes, to from tour local hostess. Please givehet
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Preliminary Hearings I



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Appliances
Dogan Smith, on moonshine tomato revocation of their dri-
charges and the grand larceny ver's licenses for 90 days. Willie -
case against James Lloyd Thomas Williams was fined
were both set for preliminary $26 for violation of driver's license :
hearings at plea day before Judge and another $26 for fail- I
Theron A. Yawn Tuesday morn- ure to appear.

ing.Both cases go to Circuit Court ,Herod For unlawful Driggers speed DI ,was Clayborn fined 2 Miles South' 61301 M. C. (BUBBA) WELLS
If findings at the preliminary '$26 or three' days; Marvin La- Phone 9 Sales and Service OWNER .
hearings show evidence enoughto vern Godwin, $36 or three days;
present a case. Henry George White, $26 or h.
Only three pleas of not guilty three days; Calvin Harris, $36or
t; were entered In Tuesday's three days; Michael Lee Fogg,

while session Intoxicated,: Leamon of Hampton; Vernon Gary, driving Fair-Williamson $26 Wright or, $36 three or days three; days.Paul Jones We Can Give you the Correct Answer to all your Air Conditioning Problems -- We Do

cloth and J. Marvin Faircloth, Charged with unlawful speed
a father and son of Jackson- but,not Robert present were Wilbur Dy- the Complete Job Installation All Electrical work and otherwise No Outsidersto
ville, for language using;profane and David and Ar-Indecent ess Daniel Turner Dell, Harold Wicker,Eugene Edwin -- -- --

nold Lowry of Jacksonville, failure Keen James Alfred Hagins. Per-
to have a vehicle under con- ry Lynn Wagner, Ronald WilburSmith call in -- and We Service What We Sell -'
trol and causing an accident.All Dewayne Lee McRae, Jacob .
three'are to be put on Frank Browder, Tim Wood-
the court calendar for a jury roe Keene, Loretta Conyers,
trial. Walter Edward Johns, Carol Lu / :
Richard McFee failed to appear cy Kirkvfood, Robert Jame Mc- Which Whirlpool measures to cooling needs ?
on a charge of OWI and Cullough Walter Adell White, up your
driving while license was sus- Linda Sharon Barnewell, George
pended or revoked, and forfeited Walker, Lemuel Burkes, Aaron
bond of $501. Lamar Harris June A. Schil
Jack Gunter pleaded guilty to ling, John Gilbert Green, Maurice :
three worthless check charges, Neal Roberta, Earl Wayne Compact Series Custom Series Super Series
and was ordered to make restitution DeSue, Charles Wesley Rankin
for each, plus $26 or Jr., Maureen M. Mullee, Nathan
15 days in Jail for each charge. Lavan Modling Sr., Zona Cowart
For wanton and willful reck- Hodges, Gloria Conte, and Ger- ':'
less driving, Levy McCloud was ald J. LaChute. Robert Frank __ "
Erred $26 or three days; Ernest Staudachen, Allan Watts Jr., .- .
Cleveland Vaughn DI, $26 or Charles Richard Beall, Lester ---I -" -- -. """ I .. ... ," ,.
three days;Donald Everett Boals, Kenneth Randolph, Earl Donald ''I, I' trw' :::_ .. : :-, ;,.:;
$51 or five days; Carl Baugess, Conner. ,7/J '' I'' I'I'I, I I ; ,,ISM _- .. ...:...: .,
$76 On or three five days.charges concerning Also not present for failureto .'1{ rr....,11: I I"" I I ,. 1.\. :: .:... .' ;t. .-
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operation of a Yamaha motor- have vehicle under control, !h .. 1- .. .1-,
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bike, Randy Lee Miller was fined John Bryant Cox, John D. Boy- Budged compact modal Compact model. Custom model. Super model -
$26 or three days for reckless les Emmett Marvin Reece. For Cutaway Mount installation Include feature group' A, plus Include feature group B, plus Include feature group B, plus Super model Super modal.
i driving, $21 or two days for an no drivers license, Ison Parks Plug-in operation. Insta-Mount installation. Insla-Mounl installation on models Ready-Mount installation. Include feature group C, Include'feature group B.
improper muffler, and a case Bobby Floyd (not earring his Single rocHer-type control. (AVMP502. AVM-060-2, AVM-P90-2.AVC-102-2. AVC-1 t 1.2 plus Cutaway Mount ((2-way air direction)
for operating a motor vehicle license), Aunt Cromity Lee, (ATM-P49-2)) AVM-P60-2, AVM-P70-2, Ready-Mount installation on AVL 1793 (AVL-179-a, AVL-22O-3)) (AVL-280-3. AVL-320-3))
without a license continued to Jackie Newberry, Carol Lucy AVM-080-2, AVM-090-2)) models AVC130.4 AVC1504.
the next plea day July 28. Klrkwood, Peggy Jean Carter,

dons Inspection were charged certificate against viola-David all forfeited bonds. 5,000 BTU's 6,000 BTU's 11,000 BTU'S 18,000 BTU' 22,000 BTU'S 32,000 BTU'S .

Henry Sutton Jr., $26 or For other traffic offenses.Mil From From From $279.95
three days; Royall Wilson Bemis dred Hankerson was fined $26 $99.00 $134-95 $249-95 249.95 $429-95
' I, Jr., Walter Donald Sharp, or three days Gerald Max
Luther Franklin Thomas Mich- Thorp, Eddie Lee Stone, James
ael George Todd, Jackie Lee Kirby Duck Bobby Lewis Hamp
Newberry, Albert Jones, Bobby ton, forfeited bond; John Crews Reverse Cycle Series :
, : Floyd, Anthony Austin. John Jr. was fined $36 or three days *- -* -
Wilson Purvis, failed to appear; for failure to yield right of way; -
Walter Henderson was fined$16.- -
Minnie Mack Eberson, no license
50 costs; John Wayne Underhill. plate; William II. McPhail Improper -
$16 court costs.In change of lane, and Au- i Whirlpool
.
two Juvenile traffic cases dry WHilans, allowing unauthorized __ ,
where the defendants pleaded ::i-- .
person to drive, did not -
guilty, their driver's licenses appear. 'I rUk.: ': ,
I were suspended for 30 days. I EI 1--,
": I Roy Knight, Timothy Klrchalne Carlton Lamar Varnes did not .jf'1 "
and Wesley Delane Wiiilngham appear on the charge of failure I : Free AppliancesIn -
have been put on probation for to surrender his driver's license
one year on the charge of malicious and tag R.v.rs.-cycl. modal. Reverse-cycle mod l*. Revre-cycle model. Estimate
r injury. For unlawful Include feature group D. Include 'feature group D. Include 'feature group D For
speed. Richard Lee Hayes, Jimmie R. Smith, William P. (AVH-10S-4. AVH-141-4)) (AVH-180-3, AVH-220-3)) ((2-way air Direction) Stock and Ready Delivery
charged with driving more than Griffith, Herbert Franklin, Phillip (AVH-25S-3))
105 miles per hour, was given Ileagan, Jessie B. Brooks,
the maximum fine of $101 plus Kobert Blackburn Stanley Wayno 14,000 BTU'S 22,000 BTU'S 26,000 BTU'S Side-By-Side Refrigerators and Freezers
$26 costs or 10 days in Jail, Alvarez, J.T.Young. and JamesE.
and Ms driver's license revoked :. Dixon forfeited bonds on voluntary $32995 $399.95 $449.95
for 90 days. intoxication charges. Chest Type Freezers RangesThere

Wllbert L. Carter, who previously Fishing license violations were
tailed to appear on charges charged to Kdwin: W. Crews is a shortage of Air Conditioners this year
of unlawful speed and operating (continued to July 28), James So Now Washers Dryers Dishwashers
a motor vehicle without a R. Howell I Isaac Turner, both Buy and Stay Cool all Summer, at .
license, was fined $36 or five forfeited<< bond; Ifudolph Scott was these Sensational Values.
days for unlawful speed, $26 fined $21 or two days for fishing Cleaners
or three days for no license, and with too many poles. Central Vacuum
$24 or three days on each charge

for Scott failure Anderson to appear.Allen and Bernard Wlldon on W.the Sdnaon charge/ did tif nut plying appear Play It Cool - With Whirlpool! 1 Year FREE Service on ALL Parts and :;
the waters of Florida without
Carter were each fined a
$151 or CO days rat driving while US Coast Guard approved lifesaving Labor 5 Year Warranty on Compressor
Intoxicated: charges, plus au- / device.

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r 10 years ago jet planes,electric
rr toothbrushes and wigs were
!r DID YOU KNOW? something of a rarity? In fact,

just a decade ago you probably
thought that we might some-
I day land a man on the moon-
WHEN YOU CAN
r r but not in your lifetime. Suchis
.
.r rr IT IS UNLAWFUL e. r rr nology.the speed of today's .tech-

I r More than a few people be-
lieve that we are living on the

t For Any Parson Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious r edge of the greatest historical
r I era we have ever known. One
t BUY FOR LESS
newspaper man said recently.
I Name Unless The Name Is Registered r rr "We will see changes which

r I will dwarf those of the Renais-
I sance,and they will come about
t r not in 400 years but in just one _
Read Jhi.J ofaw. _
ijrtorlJa r rr generation-the generation of -
our children." MAGIC CHEF RANGEYOUR
r r This is going to make that frfP.
generation-gap even more diffi
r rr I
"It shin be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to engage cult. It's particularly so when

r in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, without r you consider that in the United .
States we have 57 million kids .
r and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the in school and 20 million more < .

circuit court of the county where the principal place of business is, which r I under five years of age. In ad- i f. CHOICE''
I dition there are 18 million who :;:::
r registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed r I finished high school and college

by all interested persons, stating under; oath the name of all those interested r I in the last seven years or so. I 30 OR 36 INCHES
I
in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious I j: >
r That makes about a 100 mil- 1 t YOUR CHOICE OF 'cOLOR::
name under which said business is carried on. Said registration, may not bemade t
r lion young people who have
until the person or persons desiring to engage in business under a never known a depression or l .* COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC
r the need to work to keep from
fictitious name shall have advertised his or their intention to register said 'I
starving. In a recent survey of *
I LIGHTING TOP AND OVEN
fictitious name at least once week for four ((4)) consecutive weeks in some 'I high school students, 61 per I t
I cent said they did not believe
as defined by law in the where said registration is to be *
newspaper county OVEN WINDOW AND LIGHT
r I in the need for a profit in busi- __
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r made and said registration shall not be accepted by the clerk of the circuit ness. Some 62 percent believed --__ "}suotc cam:
.
r that the go"ernment had the -- CLOCK AND TIMER
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court except upon receiving proof of such publication.
r responsibility of providingthem

I r with jobs, and 40 percent 1 99. PORCELAIN THROUGHOUT
r If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than could name no advantage that h

r r capitalism communism.might have over

Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly Advertised I
r When teenagers rant about ..
r rr how terrible the world is and
I And Registered, We Will Give You All Necessary Information how the "establishment" has

r ruined the environment, it SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES
As To.What You Should Do. might be wise to remind them
r that some pretty startling innovations -

r have taken place ina 332 W. Madison St.
rr few years time-thanks to ; Phone 964-7701

r r American industry. Thanks
rA r also, to the profit motive which
made possible research and development -
8 BRADFORD CQO r of new products as
r well as higher wages for every-

one.More people have more
r I etrgrap1I money to spend on more things

than ever. More young peoplego
I to college; more families
I drive cars, and everyone can
I enjoy the cultural advantagesof

art, music, travel, as well as
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I ); Loan CALL WOn BIDS such uU and ail *4v rtl.lnr* flouth.cn Oil .?,.? foal Co. .u
Com. fig
The Board of County .
mlsslonere ot Bradford Oounu.tjr. 8W14 Poo of* ..Wwn loan entitlement.. Florida will receive Bid to and I A In BBJ cor of N Ou Town Clerk1t' :
r of World War D. b* opened at 10:00 A.M on the aw 14 of 8WK at R.W / "?lnn a. Chat' Towa of Bl'CIOIcIl'
r WI
Community: morning of July 0. 1(70 In the

Loan veterans entitlement still and Cburthoua*. Content A Copy for of coverage of County pclflcatlon of Build.Ing Fir. ..... ......-.___-E _-aj-.....

I I I ; may use the same ire available at County Clerk .

I News 'r .eligibility the; ex if Oracle The reject. Board any reserve and all the bid rlgtitto : You might call
I date has not yet Inman D. Oreen us :

| eligible to par at It f.isIn =Board
(I GI Loan program. : shopping center"bank. :
l By Elizabeth Glvens Walker remembered how.

_______________ ; for all WW The Circuit.. Co." Of Bier.
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expire automa Ida EUhth Judicial Clrtalt. 1Aail :
RECREATION NEWS GREATER BETHELEM 25, 1970 unless for Hradfoid Couq.Cap .
The Recreation Manager la Will Baptist Church Rev. an extension. Action. No.tor tel Dlvree .
asking all participants to please Williams Pastor. Monday on this Betty Heba Jennlng, Plain .
...
remember the scheduled pract- tiff v. Raymond Loula .I. .
Choir No. I will rehearse. affairs, indi Dine. Defendant. ti
ice sessions. Monday and Thurs day night Choir No. 3 and contact: the local NOTICE .
day of each week practice for ior Ushers Board No. 2 ; Service Officer Florida In The Name Of The State Ot .
Little League Baseball at 5 p.m. meet. Wednesday night DIxon, director TO: The Defendant la th'f .
Practice for Girls Softball Is Meeting. Thursday night of Veterans Af "above-named came Raymond. .
held each Tuesday and Thursdayat Hour and Ladles Circle. ; St, Petersburg, Lout* .Jennings. Residence: un.known. I s1o .
5 pjn. All girls InterestedIn night the Ladles will be You Are Hereby Notified .
participating are asked to register that salt for divorce of the .
>In the kitchen
marriage between you and tin'
at the Recreation Center Saturday night dinners Plaintiff. Betty Reba Jennlng. *. .
:
.
for f Information. Instructional responsible> for and custody of the partler
sold from the kitchen child has been filed again r
]! ,
other than
baseball will start soon. Watch Is Trustee Day. The Youth you a* Defendant, by Betty .
I the paper for Information. me as of June Reba Jennings, a* Plaintiff. lathe .
be In charge. Morning .
All practices are held on RJE Ellington.! above.styled Court and
at 11 a.m. Evening cause, and you are required to
Court -:2S 3t 7-9 the your defense or answer tothe' .
p.m. : .
Complaint, a* filed lhsk'a.In
Visitors always welcome. with the Clerk of the -Clr. .
DELL CHAPTER OES 1T COURT cult Court In and for Bradford .
CIRCVrt
Regular meeting will be held County. Courthouse. Starke .
'
NOTICE Florida 32081. and serve a copy
Thursday night July 2, at 8 pun. BRADFORD thereof upon Plaintiff attor.ney. .
All members asked Morning Star Lodge No. Barton T. Douglas, '101'North
are please
will hold Its annual St. ACT.O .. Main Street, P. O. Draw You can get any bank service you need from us. .
be Mrs. Naomi DeSue Case N Til .
present. 0.
Gainesville. Florida Which is
Day Service at St. John's Plaintiff er 122S. why we-as a full-service bank-are a kind
and Mrs. Beulah Lennon will entertain steal on or before July I'. .
dst Church, Lawtey at : 1970: and If you fall to do mo. of shopping center bank.
members with a program. Defendant 'a. Default Jud&m.nwill betaken Here you can get checking and .
Sunday June 28.All other savings accounts;
GIRL SCOUT TROOP of the Masonic family are : 't demanded against you In for the the Com.re.lief personal, business and automobile loans and .
: Invited.J.D.. xon. 1291 Cal. plaint. and thereafter said even safe deposit boxes
dially Dlggs. :
Regular meeting Is held each & OOlOrcla pause s*>all proceed ex parte.Witness Come on (in today. No In .
that point for
A.C. Cater, Secy.EBENEZER notified hand and pal waiting a sale.
at at Greater my
Tuesday 5
pjm. ; has been of ald Court refs 12 day of That's the only way we don't resemble a shopping center!
Allen Chapel AME Church. All BAPTIST James E. Dlx.to June A. D. 1970. at Stark, :
Girl Scouts are Invited to at- are required Florida.
Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor. of your written
tned. The Scouts are In workingon er meeting Is being held to .It. on the (SEAL Inman) D. GreenAs
,. whop
measurements and compass Clerk of the Circuit Court
activities. Mrs. J.W. Taylor Is which week will leading start up Monday to :: :; Qeorne'* I* H. Pierce In lorlda and For Bradford County. iFLORIDAi

our acdvl resource. person for this July 6, with Rev. J.C. Bell ?; : :: "! 1030 A.By Beulah Deputy M.Cleric Moody.
charge. Friday night, July ( with the 1.18 U 1.1
: :::: -'m-.T. styled court
: : : : : "
the Junior Choir will $. 11170; other : BANK
song service at Putnam may ,be en. AT STARKEMember :
for their Ushers Board tcwnDlalatt
harm
id i- sary. The Senior Choir will hand* and the oa Ntotlc, the* 18th I.I day of given June.that 13 : Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
der! service, Sunday July on June *. anon 170 at Snooker County Oe
for the anniversary Gl Urad lord. State of Florida.
The Youth program will Otftn.said Court old tax on*ale the certificate following/ desert will bod be One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group .
held Sunday July 5. All of M. Moody. .land to Dy the amount due for I
:
Daxu herein set the .
opooalt
to cers support and members the Youth are In: ; Clerk game, together with all coate of .................................

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AME Church, Rev. C.E. 1 I
Pastor. Sunday School, 10 SIRLOIN I
NOW COMPLETE! The closing of the third ; ; 1 1

'I An translation entirely in new the Elder terly Conference C.E. Toston with In STEAKS 1 1 1I 1I I
FOOD
Accompanying him will be Bi ;
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language of today. hop G.N. Collens, Bishop of I 1I 1
venth Episcopal District to 1
Standard Edition our church. Morning 1

The In one Old volume and New will be held at 11 a.m. All : 1 II BI.19 1
i Testaments $8.95 are asked to please have a wr ; 1 FAIR 1
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With the Apocrypha ten report. All Class I 1

$9.95 are asked to please make I, r.__a._a.__________a.__ 1I
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SCHOOL NEWS < : I 1 I 1 I
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Head Start Program will
Studio-Jewelry-Gifts I gin Thursday morning for ADE 'A' 1 wh.n Savings Count...

Starke, Florida 32091] Youngsters The Program\1prB Is tQL ge ..a..S red'to he.' : 1I 1.I c: COUNT ON US!

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entertained Saturday night for
their daughter Robin and son,
Charlie Castlen with a skating
party in honor of their birth- I
days. Cake and punch were en- L
Joyed by the 17 guests who attended _

Ing.: Reeda Out, and of town then Debbie all guests went and Included Randy skat OOp STORMS .,.'. '. '.L.O'WER, REG'iJAR', 'P.iUCES'. .. 'WE. -K Y'SPE. (" -' $ .. .:$$, R EN;, $lAMP, :.$',.

Lewis of Silver Springs Susan
Faulkner and Dixie Flllyaw of
Starke.
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JULY 1
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STORK SHOWER
The faculty and the lunch room
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workers of Brooker Elementary
School honored Mrs.Regina Par- miss this !
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lunch room. Mrs. Parrish received GJi'a'lJasia GIijra
many lovely gUts. She ROASTBONELESS 4
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Kathy Bristol Sue Smith An-
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Jimmy Santa, Fe John and Jr.Glenn Is College going are in to going Gainesville Lake to- TWO DESSERT m Canned Ham 3 CAN IB. $299 T-Bone Steak LB. $139 Shoulder Roast L8.99c

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I.I.PERSONALS ..-, $1.00 COUPONVALUE ..
J Miss Dottle Sue Kelley of
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the Alpha Sigma chapter of
Delta Zeta social sorority at FRISKIES LAMB LIVER CHICKEN KIDNEY/ & BACON OR REGULAR
FSU in Tallahassee. She is nowa ", $
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senior majoring in physical Dog .
education and has been chosenas ,
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Lima Beans 6 )
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Ronald Wiggins and family of IrI VAl UE
Gainesville. KLEENEX FACIAL(SAVE 40c)

Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and aL,99000PON" JUMpRll Tissue 3 280 CT. $1) 00
family of Silver Springs and Miss . PKGS
Susan Faulkner of Starke were I WHITE ARROW
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mer. Glad to have you back / / JUMBO Chips 49c
gals.Mrs. 4.49 PRICE
Edna Hayes and Mrs. ROLLS
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First Bradford County Primary; ,




forlal .1 Replaced Conventions In 1895 .n'lljI81 IIIIIII !


/ WOmlJ: I. .
81 1..CO'O..
With the primary elections of At that time the county; had was opposed by General Earle
September fast approaching, it two representatives In the State for whom Earleton Beach Is
la Interesting to note that the Legislature and they had been named. Neither man could muster AT STARKE, FLA., SATURDAY, }

first primary to be held in Bradford nominated for office under the the necessary two-thirds vote of I SEPTEMBER 18 1886.Everybody a
County; was in the year old convention system. There the convention. After 60 ballots .

1895. was no party nomination for other had been taken over a period of .
county; officers. Anyone who several days, the convention --.o--f
wanted.to do so had the right to threw in the sponge and adopteda

Know Your Zoning Code run In the General Election in resolution referring the nomi- Invited to Attend.
what was known as a "scrub nation back to the people in a primary ,
race"--with the one getting the election. This was the first
largest number of votes being time that Matthews had ever --o --:-
elected, even If not a majority; heard of a primary, and he was
County residents have between now a public hearing at which time the of the votes cast. impressed with its advantagesover The following report aad'neoilitloa. nnfalc,and hence the nominations made

and ; 10 to familiarize themselveswith proposal can be approved as a county the old convention system.He were, unanimously adopted by a .largeand by.bat. convention should not be endorsed -
July ., of the cUlsona this wherefore l the
; ordinance. Each voting precinct in the enthn astlo meeting by meeting,
the long-sought proposal for a county; had delegates to the convention used the editorial columns of of Starke aid surrounding country,held adoption of the following resolutions

zoning code. Our concern Is that few persons, apportioned on the basisof The Telegraph to advocate a at the Red Men's.hall, on Saturday the are recommended
the number of votes cast in change to the primary system in llth,Inete-, .RKDOLVBD, that la the opinion of.
other than members of the zoning committee
On that date at 8 p.m. in the County; the last past election. Each pre- Bradford County; and this finally MR.. CHAIRMAN this meeting the Democratic party
Commission meeting room In the new have any idea what regulationsare cinct had its chairman and elected came about In 1895. The Committee to whom was referred of this county U not bound by tbe

contained in the proposal.For its delegates to the county; The the cabled| .f the action of the Democratic action of the convention held on the
Committee will primary
system
courthouse the Zoning was adop-
convention. ted oouity convention of Bradford 9th day September 1888, and I... under -
on a statewide basis in 1901
hold a public hearing on the proposedcode. instance, the code would establish when W.S. Jennings was nomi- county, Flo-Ida, held on the 8th day of no obligation. to support Its
That is the time we can have exclusive agricultural districts Dr. Gasklns, an early Starke nated for Governor. September 888, for the purpose of nominating nominee.

our say on what we like or don't like around each municipality and require physician and politician, was in ;oanddates for the lower hone'sof RBaobVBD.. That a mass meetingof
about the proposal, and recommend ; control of the County; Conventionat SENSIBLE POLICY the State Legislature, has had the the people of the county be call.I Ito
changes to the committee.The homesites to be a minimum of 2-1/2 that time, and could usually After the Civil War, Florida same underoonslderatlon, and respectfully meet In Htarke on Saturday the
acres to avoid congestion. Such a pro- manage to get himself nominatedto had Republican Governors for a reporti that In the opinion of this 1Mb day of September 1889, for the

vision included in a zoning code would any office he sought.He servedas number of years, and at that time committee(here was a manifestation In purpose selecting candidates) suitable
completed zoning maps and sev- affect many persons at one time or Speaker of the House of Representatives County; Commissioners, School that convention, which shows conclusively to represent the county, In the

eral copies of the proposed code are another over the years. the first of three Board members, etc, were appointed that ihe delegates of a portion. lower house of the State Legislature.
on display In the county; clerk's office local men to serve in this capa- under the old Constitutionby the county constituted a faction that i All ol which I. respectfully submitted.THOS. .

in the courthouse. Lack of funds city.; The other two were EugeneS. the Governor. was actuated by a sectional spirit and E. BUG, Chairman.
has kept the county from furnishing Residents can get a good idea of the Matthews and Doyle Conner, exhibited: : a determination to dominate R. L.8PA.RKMAN',

of the; 70-page code but meat of the proposal by studying the making Bradford probably the Bradford had a Negro county; and rule a other portion of the county N. /. JONES.
more copies zoning maps, using the index to the only small county; in the Stateto commissioner by the name of ,of which ids the Sixth election dls- Commute

residents are invited to sit in the proposed code, and reading about the provide three men as Speakersof Sheriff Blye, from the western trial, la pi eel thereof without any Ort motion all persons, Irrespective of

new $700,000 courthouse and study zoning districts that are proposed. It the House. part of the county.; Once when regard ;.to le wlahse or Interest of pant affiliation, who oppose rings, oll-

the proposal. Copies can be purchasedif is not according to Zoning funds In the county; treasury were the domino d and ruled section and for qns/and p>WIk... conventions and Ikrcr
necessary, Much of the running low (sound familiar?)and
you wish to pay reproduction costs. county's; politics this purpose, long prior to the assembling felrlndlu.tde.liogsre Invited to at-
Committee Chairman John Torode, to was said to be engineered in the the Commissioners were still nf the!convention, scheme of political ten I and participate the proceeding

code is study the entire document which con- back room of Dr. Gaskin's drugstore spending money like it was going bergs i and Intrigue had been entered of this convention.
The so-called zoning now
Call Street in the out of style Blye asked for the .
on
tains no little amount of legal jargon. daysof into b: this sectional faction with litest
still strictly a proposal. But if it the county; convention system. floor and said, "Mr. Chairman,I
B. E. ALVAREZ
of other election district "
aspiring me Secretary.
the Committeeon The makes a motion that don't
is approved by Zoning outmoded system was still we
We can hardly afford not to become In the count to form coalitions 'andoomblnaUoni | W. W. MOORE, Chairman.
July 10, it will then be advertisedfor functioning when Matthews came pay out any money until we gets '
with the delegates of such
familiar with a document that may to Starke from Ocala as a doesn't record
15 more days by the County; Com- young some. History ,districts.In tie Interest of such aaplrantewhose A D.IfD4.-SID-the above resolution -
to such role
important to
mission. That body will then hold in come our lives.play an newspaperman Telegraph In 1893.purchase He was con-The whether the.motion passed or not. ambl,
vinced of offloal. position, and this faction the Informed that neither the presiding
that it was time to try the
Governor Drew elected In 1876.
primary system In Bradford'County enabled V> dominate'...01 rule that ofUar nor the Secretary of the County
the first Democratic
was gover- portion oUhooaat7owhIOh, this the Convention held at Lake Butler the
on
; In an effort to free local
nor after the Civil War, and
politics from the machine that Oth election t strict la part; by DKMIIS 0th ptember 1888, was a delegate to the
I A Can Of Fried Rice was In power at that time. As a there pointees.were no more Negro ap- whereof aeot cal strife and bltterno. Co rentlon, nor In any sense was eithera

young editor, he had no especial are engendei id, within the borders or it mbar'of the Convention, and tberef.in .

With Shrimp (?) objection to the services of Dr. When the new Constitution was our county, hat the methods resortedto there was no Convention Isgltl-
Gaskins In the Legislature,bathe adopted in 1885 it provided for the by the don rant faction In that convention tjely organized, an.l the action of the
was Impressed with the ability; election of county; officers rather to o paM Its ends were not bodr, that was In session on that day, le

the five cans 1.76 per cent. Judge James T.Wills,and wantedto than their appointment. In aocordauoi+ with the principles of the biding on no one.
.
Once upon a time a Starke consumer see the system changed togive Durino Reconstruction Days, Democratic j irty, and that the means THOS. E. 8UG',

purchased a can of food enticingly the Judge an opportunity; to be fair means ana foul were some- employed by t to gain ascendancy were Chairman of Committee.A .
labeled "Fried Rice with In the meanwhile, the company must nominated by the people. times used to keep the newly
-- -- -- -------- --
Shrimp." The colorful label depicted have received other complaints, for freed blacks out of county; office a.j.j;

pink, whole shrimp nestled in a bed the labels of the five cans collectedby The Telegraph editor had seen One of the methods used was the

of brown rice with a net weight of the department listed the shrimp the primary system operate so-called "Eight-box Ballot
content at 1.85 per cent but the effectively in Alachua County; Law," consisting of a number of hint of the skull
13.5 ounces. did where it was used to break a dead boxes with ballots on top of them, duygery that dominated the old convention system
samples collected and inspected lock on the nomination of Clerk which were shifted around during of nominating county candidates is revealed in this 84 year old

Thinking that it would make a nice not meet even this minimum requirement of the Court. The Incumbent the election process in a mannerto poster advertising a mass meeting of persons ". who oppose rings,

"emergency" supper dish, the can clerk, a Mr. Carlisle, was a confuse the Negroes, most of cliques, and packed conventions.. The W. W. Moore referred to in the
candidate
of "Fried Rice with Shrimp" was for re-election, andFarmers whom could not read. handbill was the Col. Moore who founded The Telegraph in 1879.

purchased and placed on the pantry If you're shrimp hungry, it's not

shelf where remained for several likely that 1.85 per cent of 13.5 ounces, stayed to watch the poppies grow time alone and

weeks. When finally servedthere which comes out to .24975 (approximately Diaryit amid the crosses, row on row NEVER write, MY may obituary history for

was the rice, all right but where, I one-fourth of an ounce) of In Flanders Fields. I was raisedby I am the Stars and Stripes
oh where were the shrimp? 'shrimp Is not likely to fill the pro- five brave men during the FOREVER.
verbial hollow tooth, much less satisfy A scorching heat wave pre- will be able to do so If backed "Hell" of Iwo Jlma. I waved I AM OLD GLORY III!
ceded the first day of summer farewell to the four Immortal
A diligent search of the contents your appetite.The .last Sunday, sent the throbbing with proper legal authority; chaplains who went down with Sincerely,

disclosed not a single whole shrimp, thermometer up to near 100 and see their ship and to honored glory.

and, indeed, no shrimp at all unless Department of Agriculture and chased everyone Indoors next I am many things to many peo Frank L. Williams
Consumer Services promptly got offa to an air conditioner or to the ple. I am an inseparable link
five (by actual count, five) slivers the One of the topics the lawmakers -
In the chain
lakes or the shore for relief. that binds men to
the food concerned hesitate touch with 10-
to to
letter
company a
width of the wide end of a toothpick God
On Saturday,a thunderstorm pro and country; each link weld-
and about five-eights of an inch long informing them that their product was vided a welcome drop of 20 foot We've pole heard is a dog heated ordinance.dis- ed In the fires of purity; by

could conceivable be called "shrimp." misbranded under Section 500.11 of the degrees and also some rain which cussions over many dogs in various: the Sacred Hands of God, Himself MORE ABOUT

Florida Food, Drug and Cosmetic Law, was needed. public meetings, and can report And because I am on the KINGSLEY WATER

After sampling one sliver just out and requesting that the necessary actionbe Sam that the most sensitive personin side of God, the godless would
By McGarveyprimarily Dear
destroy me, but they dare not Mr Matthews:
,
taken to the product Into the world is
of curiosity; the irate consumer folded bring a dog owner. because I am protected by the

the other four bits into waxed paper compliance with the law. It's that time of the year again by a committee with be He'll a problem admit that, but other maintain mutts stout may mighty; land armies of the Nation I am writing this letter In

and sent them off to the Florida Department and watermelons are here, ly that his bow-wow is a sterling the powerful and deadly fleet reference to the water sampleof
of Agriculture and Consumer Now it might seem to some read- there and everywhere, at the poultry it also industry applies to representation all stock, so, animal and that any complaintsto of the Navy and screamin?eavlaa Kingsley Lake collected by

Services with a letter of explanation.A ers that this is an awful lot of fuss markets, at roadside stands and the cattlemen have an opportunity the contrary are nothing but waiting to swoop down and destroy me, and the letter to you from
to make over a can of shrimp and in large trucks heading north, ; to voice any objections they hogwash. anything that could harm Dr. A.Y. Covington, Director,
and Bradford Clay and Union County
at
especially picnics Ice -
closer inspection of the "fine rice, but it is just one example of cold may have. me.To Health
and Juicy and sweet be- S. some, I am yesterday, today ; Department, printed
print" on the label revealed the fact perhaps thousands of Instances of misbranding yound compare. Wish we could .5 and tomorrow; to others I in Bradford County; Telegraph

that shrimp were supposed to com- and misleading labeling being get one of the old "strawberryred" But that am a glorious child, to somea June 12, 1970.
old
prise 5.01 per cent of the can's con- used to hoodwink consumers duringthe variety; which was raised This ordinance is the secondone backward when dog it is comes by nomeans to fool- grand old man or a most The "Mr." Stallcup referredto
here at one time. gracious I have several in Dr. Covlngton's letter
tents. Now, admittedly, 5.01 per cent course of a year. Most of them the County; Commission has ing everyone, especially his names. I lady am called the "Red cerning the water In Kingsley con-

of 13.5 ounces is a small amount of go unreported, of course, because the tackled under its new home rule master. A case in point is a White and Blue", "The Star- Lake is "Dr." W.D Stallcup
consumer does not take the power, ,and undoubtedly it will man who had a nice dog that
shrimp and the consumer should have average be followed Spangled Banner." "The Stars Ph.D., a nationally recognized
been forewarned about what to expect trouble to read the fine print and Another treat Is fresh sweet the board "gets by many Its feet more wet"as pered was well, and fed and when otherwise pam ,i and Stripes," but I am most chemist and bacteriologist.
figure when the labels cornnot to mention vine-ripen- a neighbor commonly known by a nickname This water sample was cOl-
percentages even -
upon opening the can, if the fine print in its new role as a legislativebody. complained that the dog lected
ed tomatoes and was as a private citizen
all who
had been read. But how many shoppers are obviously in error. vegetables which are the available other As a result, the county; raiding his garbage can and given who called me by me an old"Old sea captain Glory." lives on KIngsley Lake and Interested -
will
stop to analyze the contents of a can these days almost all the year get ordinances controlling strewing the conten* around, I have not changed much in In the lake, both as
before or even after purchasing? Per- But it is hoped that this little storyof at the stores but never so goodas covered situations or law conditions not now the man argued It was ens., my 192 years. I still have my a public and private swimming
that
by and should be his
haps they should. The results mightbe a can of fried rice with shrimp when raised in this section. able to make greater ration of dog feed got a well-balanced original 13 stripes, but as each lake, and not to cause any con-
rather revealing. will serve as a warning to house- There are places along the high progress. on every day Well, ,State came into the Union a new flict between agencies.

wives, who do most of the food pur- ways where you can obtain home out Investigation the the man found star was proudly added to the As a private citizen, I feel
report! was true. it
and that my duty to to this
grown produce. constellation of blue field. It ; reply art-
Upon receipt of the letter, the Department chasing, and alert them to the many good old garbage had an Irreslat- started with 13 stars, now there icle from the health departmentand
of Agriculture and Consumer "tricks of the trade" that are being A person might argue that we able appeal even to his well- are 50.ManY. Dr. Covineton.
used relieve of their already have too many laws, fed pet, so he kept the animal Dr. Covington
to them
Services money I stated to
sent an agent on a shopping but what Is to be done about tied from more things would like me
tour and finally rounded up five cans without value received. Bradford County; cattlemen illegal dumping of trash andgar- up then one. to tell you but we haven't time, on the telephone that they did
have been given a chance to look but I do want to see you again. not have the time to take row
of bage
Fried throughout the eecMoral
Rice with ,
Shrimp under the county; or tine
over the proposed sanitation law I am easy to find. I am samples of KIngsley Lake
Credit should also be extended to the location of a trailer every-
same label as the one complained about. before it is acted upon by the .,In a residential about camp where. I am in the homes of water, which Is used as a public
section
the Department of Consumer Servicesfor or : don't believe
county commission. The every the and private
; ordinance poor, in the mansions of swimming lake.
An their prompt action in this instance regulates dogs running wild In the county; thing your dog tells you.As man's However after
analysis of the contents revealed conditions under and being a nuisance? The county best the rich, In Independence Hall this sample of
thdt the percentage of shrimp varied and their unceasing effortsto which livestock may be raised has not been able to act friend he may have assimilated with the Declaration of indepen- water was collected by a private

from a high of 2.7 per cent to a low correct such flagrant violations of and, although it was drawn up on any of these complaints but faults. some of man's worst dence oand the Liberty Bell citizen, they have now collected -
I am In the White House samples of water from
of 1.7 cent with the of the law, in the Interest of consumers with the
per lake
!. average the President I am In all the and I quote this state-
everywhere. my.I churches, cathedrals, and syn- ment from L.P. Robinson, P.E..
rode with Ethan Allen and the
agogues, In the Council of the Regional Sanitary Engineer,Division -
Green Mountain I
[ LETTERS T61 signal that started Boys the midnight saw the Boy and Girl Scouts of Amer- "I of Health State of Florida:
ica in all would
ride of Paul Revere. the schools where recommend routine
I flown above the decks of they pledge allegiance to me. samples at the beach -
THE EDITOR. was ever. It will Interesting
I be
draped the caskets of our to
Old
.. I Ironsides,and from the masts see the
Nation's heroes results of
bomed the
of the Yankee and the China to theiJ'lut samples" recent
resting place, the caskets
Clippers. I blazed the trail with
The Bradford County Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett. of Presidents, generals, admir- I am assuming Mr. Robinson

TELEGRAPH Dear Mr. Matthews: a Nation newly born on this I led the settlers coming als, humble privates and the the means whole to collect samples from
continent, fighting valiantly for West and crossed Death Valley unknown soldier. Wherever free Since lake.
Just the other day I came survival and destined to bringto in a covered wagon. men gather, wherever there is taken a private citizen has
ESTABLISHED 1879 across an essay entitled "OLD all mankind a new conceptof I was carried through the Hallsof Justice, equality; faith hope, hope the Initiative, it Is
GLORY Speaks". I was so impressed life, liberty; and the pursuit Montezuma to the shores of charity; truth or brotherly love, will that the Health Department

with the editorial youcan of happiness.I Tripoli by the United States Ma- there A too, am L ley Lake necessary In Klngs-
4lttllitie! several weeks ago about the have been many places and rines. Once I fell to the groundat short while ago I was POssible as toprevent
M.MIaFLOR flag that I things. I have flown over .Nation's Capitol, ear and other fungal
thought that you might have seen many Custer's Last Stand and there Infections
be Interested In this essay. I witnessed every event of A- were no living hands left to gazing proudly across the land Ington as Implied byDr.Cov-
A ES S don't know who wrote It but merican history.I was there when pick me up. I galloped up the of the free and waving to the
For !in Him we live and there is quite a message told they fired the shot heard aroundthe slopes of San Juan Hill with homes of the brave; then I was
A S S T O N move and have our being. by it. world. I was there in the late Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough lowered and given by a grate- Sincerely yours,
(Acts 17:28)). twilight at Fort McHenry and Riders of the United States Cal- ful Nation to a great Congressman
OLD GLORY SPEAKSI Inspired Francis Scott Key to vary. I stayed with the boys who brought me across Guy H. Sale. R.S.

am the flag of the United writhe the immortal "Star- until It was over, over there, the the continent to the shores of
State of America. Spangled Banner," now our national and on the battlefields of the Pacific and presented me to Dear Mr. Editor
B. L. MATTHEWS. We need not dwell on the I was conceived In the dreamsof anthem.I Marne. Chateau-Thierry, St.MI- a group of veterans of World :

]hblhhed each EcUOr.Pub' difficulties of the world. Instead liberty; and In the hopes of saw Molly Pitcher take the Mel and the Agronne forest. I War I at Patriotic Hall in the The St. Augustine "Census He-.
Thursday wad entered a* Beees/ abide in the presence of freedom. I was designed by the cannon swab from the hands of saw many of the youths and City; of the Angels to become suIts" and broad
Inference
CUM Matter at Uu Post Office a* Stark, FloridaM4er God. The solution to every hands of Betsy Ross and her her dead husband and help carryon manhood of our Nation fall and their official flag and with fitting cerning The John Birch Society con-

Act ef March 3rd 137t. problem is in Him. Let God's.erfpUOIIIa sewing basket was my cradle. the fight for freedom. I felt lie still in death. They had giv- tired ceremonies old was carried by deserves a response from me;
-... trade 1 Though I was never the biting cold at Valley Forge en their last full hands and posted in
area] year ISIS; OQ w. light shine through so His an orphan measure of a Place of honor for the Starke Area. I have reference -
trade area 1 year ISM blessings become visible and .1 was adopted by the Contin- and gave warmth and comfortto devotion. The war was over for Bible and there I near the Holy to article in the Fridayand
ental congress In 1777 General Washington and his them forever and I shall remain
and kept
pro- my Sunday
flow out into the world. until dike the copies 0( the Jack-
old
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HAMPTON Letters ment servitude which? prohibits Involuntary March ofMedMne\\

In closing I would like to quote '
By KM. D. B. Dm Alexander Hamilton's warning 3SC
IFrom Preceding Page) (from The Federalist Papers, NEW SPRAY TAKES PAIN AWAY

4 sonvllle Times-Union newspaperon Number 25) ".... it is a truth, FROM CORNS INSTANTLYA
VBS ENROLLSVt which the experience of ages brmd nsw way to put an .Instant Mop to pain from corn
\ this general subject. and calluses hu bMii developed by scientists of UM Blue-Jay
has attested
that the people are
Vacation Bible School at Hampton First let me say that the Division of UM Kendall Company.
Baptist Church had an enroll John Birch Society is NOT in always most in danger when the Aptly titled "Pmln Away", UM recently developed pain reliever
ment of 142,with a high attendance the population control businessand means of injuring their rightsare Is aulckly spoiled from a email ______ _____
of 148 Rev. Melvin Hamel VBS second, NO, we did not haveany" in the possession of those aerosol can. It la prayed directly .. In .developing special dispenser
of whom they entertain the least on the painful spot, or with a nonle capable. of
principal said. The five-day project In this areaor
suspicion. it can even be effectively applied measuring,and controlling,the
school was termed very successful any area as far a I knowfor by spraying. right through amount of .pray. This .Insure
and he expressed appreciation the purpose of urging residentsto a lOCk or nocking. And It agalnat waste and provldea the
for all those who helped refrain from completing and Sincerely, doea not stain stockings correct amount for maximum
during the week.PERSONALS t1 returning the Census Report Introduced to the consumermarket efficiency.
zi..ar Don E. Champion less than a year ago, The real news behind the
forms. Pan. Away" has met with. In. product 'Is that science has at
_.. We in the John Birch Societyare Chapter Leader
chi slant success It la now available .
method of
r. last given man a
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Allen aware of the need for a The Starke Area Chapter, nationally. The product but
the
commonplace
and family of Santa Barbara, The John Birch Society Is usually packaged along with allaying
decennial nose count and as authorized real distress caused by
Calif are visiting her parents, Old Hampton Street Scene Brings Back by Article 1, Section 2, cushioned medicated. pads discs and containing patented. corns very and call...... A single. !
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson, and Clause 3 of our Constitution, we Phenyllum spurt of "Pain Away" from a
other relatives. Memories of The 1930's accept the need for a censusto LEGAL FORMS. Bradford This new pain-reliever Is the pocketstae container now gives.
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. But and allow fair apportionment of County Telegraph n. result Intensive research. ,, In .Immediate, temporary relief
sons spent from Sunday to Wed- the Harrington. Illinois, laboratories from the kind. of throbbing
from J.W. Horne, who was pro- building along with the store, Congressional seats among the 984-6305. mil
nesday last week at Pompano, of the makers. A portion pain which la familiar to
By Barbara Hill BUT THAT IS ALL IT
where they visited Mrs. Minnie ceded by Dick May, son of Claude until moved across the street States. of the research, waa spent Ilona of Americans. BB
In the business. SHOULD BE, just a populationcount .
Weathersby and other,relatives. This old photoofHamptonbusiness May Claude May was owner of the to About the old the "canning"time the above building.picture and nothing more. .................................
Weekend visitors here with block, south side of Na- We are past the time when we
store after his grandfather,T.M. was taken R.M. Doc)Fa-
Mrs. M.L. Watterson were Mr. varre Ave., about 1932, shows should all be much con-
Hagan (shown In the picture) vor was barber in the shop attached very
and Mrs. H.E. McCallister of May's Service Station,and(read- died. Earlier, H.D. May bad the to the store building, and cerned about how nosy the Cen- TORO i
Waldo, Mrs. Helen Lagfasse and
Ing right to left) attached bar- store and Mr. Hagan before that. across the alley, in the small sus Bureau has become in Its
Greg Starling of Gainesville,Mr. bershop, pressing club,red brick According to K.B. Watterson, frame chop, Burel Smith ran decennial count. The American
and Mrs. Olen
Bedenbaugh and
bank building and city hall. people subjected to the
A.A. Durden was the first he the pressing club next to the were
daughters Julie and Shirley, and
Bob Fisher of Deland, Mr. and Standing on the concrete driveat can remember having a storeon bank. In earlier years, Mr. Dur threat of criminal prosecution .
Mrs. Frederick Watterson and the service station are, left that corner, and "Jap" Allen den had used the separate buildIng unless they answered personal
daughters Mary Louise and Marcia to right, T.M Hagan, Marion after Durden. to store feeds, Mr. Watterson questions intended to supply Information -
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Lynn of Starke. Jones, Evelyn May, Wilma May, This store building and garage says. which government bureaucrats i SALE !
torn down and the may then use as an
MrS. V.J. Slade has been in Verle Manire, Thornton Johns, were The brick two-story bank buildIng -
Alachua General Hospital since Claude May and and Jerome Hou- present building erected the same was torn down two year ago, excuse to expand the Influence
burned (Feb- and control of government over
year the postofflce after the city of Hampton acquired -
Wednesday, June 17, when she ser C?} and back by the ModelT ruary '38), Mrs. Watterson re- the property, first with our dally lives. In our opinion,
fractured the her doctor leg in a fall. that She Ford, Russell Dyal C?). calls, because she had been assisting the Intention of remodelling It there are several Constitutional : Step Up To Quality Service Dependability j
says predicts Arthur Bruno, present owner Miss Ada Nimmo In the for a flrehouse. It had been built Issues raised by such compulsions -
she will be .in the hospital for of the store on this corner, postofflce. and after It burned about the time the Hampton State and could include the :
six weeks with her leg in trac- found the picture among itemsin she worked at Claude May's Bank was incorporated In 1915. violation of the Fourth Amend- 19" WHIRLWINDs RIDING TRACTORS :
the store, recently, and identification store. This was in the old brick The two-story frame building ment, the Fifth Amendment and
tion.Kathy Fowler of Jacksonville was made by Wilson bank building while he tore down farther left Is the present city possible the First Amendment 5 HP 25"CUTB&SENGINE .
spent last week here with her May of Trenton, whose brother the corner building, and built hall.a Masonic lodge earlier, (if freedom of silence can be Fingertip EASY HEIGHT AD. .
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Claude May, built the present the present structure. When the and used as a WPA projects considered a constitutional cor- : JUSTMENTSREG.
Williams, and with her aunts, building in 1938 or '39. Bruno postofflce burned It was tem center about the time this picture ollary* of freedom of speech). Start $3995 .
Sharon and Joy Williams her purchased the store last year porarily located in this brick was taken. And then bow about the viola- kilo cas' .
mother, Mrs. William Fowler, REG.
brought her over Sunday and S $101.05 $
returned for her last .
Saturday.Mrs. Sale 9951
G.A. Kennan and son Tony Two To Your Outlook : Ea T Height Adjuntment .
drove to Creedmoore, N.C. last Ways Improve -_
week -to attend the funeral of
her brother, James Bennett, who
died Monday of pneumonia. He : TREE SPECIALS :
had been in poor health, and
had recently undergone a serious
heart operation.Mr. m&wt j .
> DOGWOODREG.. $4.98
and Mrs. Don Hill visited .
T.W. King at St. Vincent's Hos- l
pital in Jacksonville Friday, : SILVER MAPLE - :
where he has been seriously $
111. PEARS NOW ] 98
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children of Orlando were visitors j WEEPING WILLOW :
here with the R.H. Par- W -

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Utilities Enter Home John P. Wyrick A. Kirkland ,

Construction Market Services Held Services Held I

Utility companies are entering In TallahasseeJohn At Evergreen,

the housing construction T

field in many areas of the Arvis Clarence Kirkland 58,
country. Pierce Wyrick 78, of of Route I. Lawtey, died Wed- ,
Tallahassee, died Saturday In the nesday, June 17, In the Gainesville -
The American Electric Lake City; Veterans Hospital V.A. hospital after a long
after a long Illness.He was a native Illness. A lifetime resident of
Power Company announced an of Crab Orchard, Term.. and Lawtey, He was the son of the FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday =
initial 100-unit townhouse development lives at Lawtey before moving to late Henry and Maggie Griffin CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH School, 9:45 a.m.Morn
in Cambridge, Ohio. Tallahassee 18 years ago.He wasa Kirkland. He was retired from the LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125 NorthwestofLawtey. Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning ing Worship, 11 ajn. Youth
retired clerk with the Seaboard Florida State Prison at Ralford, 1404 E. Bessent Road Sunday School,10 a.m.Morning Morning Worship and Communion Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Fellowship 6 pjn. Choir Practice
Michigan ConsolidatedHomes Airline Railroad, and a retired was a veteran of World War n, SundayPriesthood 8:30 a.m. Worship. 11:15. Sunday Wednesday Night Service, U a.m. Evening services Worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Wednesday 8 p.m.
farmer. and a member of Evergreen Baptist Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacra- Service, 7:30 p.nx 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. -Rev. Robert D. Burch .:
Corp., a subsidiary of Mr. Wyrick was a veteran of Church. ment 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m.Rev. Worship service J.C. Saunders, pastor.
American Natural Gas Co., World War I; a member of the Surviving is his wile, Elva MondayMia 7:30 p.m. Albert Knight pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell.HA5JPJT.QN.CHRISTIAN GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
completed a project with 130() VFW, Masons, Brotherhood of Goodman Kirkland, Lawtey; three TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Highway 100-A
low and middle-income town- Railroad Workers, and memberand sons, Wayne, A.C. Jr., and Cal- WednesdayRelief Society; PINE School, 10 ajn. Mom- Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
house units in Detroit, and Deacon Emeritus of the vin Kirkland, all of Lawtey; one 7:30 P.m. Sunday II ajn. Pre- \ CHURCH School II a.m. Morning Wor- ing Worship, II. Training Union,
Worship
has begun construction of 302 Thomasville Road Baptist. daughter, Nella Kirkland, Law- Dean Hansen, Branch Presi- Services Ing Booster Band Young Sunday School: 1 10 a.m. MornIng ship, 6 p.m. Training Union 7 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8.
additional units in that city. Church. tey; two brothers, Wilbur Kirkland dent. and Prayer Service>, 6 Worship, 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 8
Subject to further regulatory Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ocala, and Ernest Kirkland, People Evening, Worship, 7 p.nv Worship, -James Shaw, pas-' Wednesday7:30 Prayer Ser p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy,pastor.
authorization, the company Lois E.Wyrick and one daughter, Hampton; three sisters, Mrs. JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m.Midweek Service Wednesday. tor. vices. 1st and 3rd Wednesday
said it expects to build about Mrs. Charles L. Carter, both of Laura Brosky, Gainesville; Mrs. BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. 7:30 Rev. John Strickland, night- p.m. Family night. KJNGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST .
p.m.
Lake and 301 North, behind Tas- School 9:30 Training
Tallahassee, one grandson. 'Bertie Hobbs, City Sunday : ;
500 units annually at a total and two greatgrandchildren.Funeral Mrs. Belle LeMeck, Daytona; tee Frees Drive In, Sunday Pastor.. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor-
cost of about $10 million. services were held at and four grandchildren. chool, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
3 P.m. Monday In the Thomas- Funeral services were held vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun-. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30
Last September, Niagara ville Road Baptist Church with at 4 p.m. Friday In the Ever- Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bris- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
Mohawk Power Company Rev. H. Kenneth Holland officiat green Baptist Church with Rev. day.Leroy Highway 100 at Theressa) tol, Superintendent. Training ning Worship, 7 p.m.;Wed.Prayer Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
started a 134-unit middle in- ing. Interment was In Roselawn Elbert Knight officiating. [Interment Olive, pastor, E.L. Sunday School10 a.m., Morn- Union 6:45: p.m. Lowell Doug- Meeting and Bible Study, 7
Cemetery. was in Lawtey Cemeterywith Grlffls associate pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training las, Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
in "
cbme apartment project DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Union6:30 p.m.; Evening Wor- 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, G.F. Prevatt. pastor. Everyone Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -
Troy, N.Y. It is to begin con- Home in charge.Funera1 DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15: p.m.Wednesday music director. Welcome. Worship. U a.m. Training
struction this month on a 240- 2-Day Ocean CrossingBy BROOKER Night Prayer ser- Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship
unit complex in Buffalo and a Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle 8 P.m. Wednesday night service,
176-unit project in Rome New Boat Is Expected Services ship Services II a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor. HEILBRONNBPTBT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. .

York, at a total cost of $11 mil- Air and land transportation For Wesley GriffisAt p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School, Parker pastor.
lion. continues to make substantial 1ev.? Lacy Conway pastor. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morning 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship,10:45:
Pine ValleyWesley GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH' Worship, 11. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
gains "in the race "against! the CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning .6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30: Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -
clock. Even though trans 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Worship, II a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: p.m. Worship, 11. Training Union,
STARKE atlantic shipping has cut downon Griffis, 77, of Route Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred John nastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastorS -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.
travel time, outside of nuclear 2, Starke, died Wednesday, June 'Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
development little has 17 In Mountain N.C. A -Rev. YW. Kldd pastor. -------a e. e-------.-- --- --- .-a e S-e---.
Kings - -
BUSINESS been said about progress in the native of Bradford County. he ASSEMBLY OF GOD r : ; =>>i :::::::: ; '
sea lanes. was a retired farmer and a FIRST OF STARKE C! ; ; : ki: *m $ mWEmremmm@mnlm1mmHHm Mm f1 1:

member of Pine
DIRECTORYAUTO Now Litton Industries. In- Holiness Valley Church.Congregational West Weldon Road St. and Ralford t1n!\ Dad's steady influence Is needed for. ll1 I

galls Division. has developed a Surviving is his wife, Nellie Sunday School: 10:00 a.m. 11:00 I I LIFE'S OBSTACLES ijlliijli!!
Smith I IMFN
Grills
SERVICE versatile vessel powered by and Troy; Griffis seven ,sons Gastonia, William a.m. C.A. Services: 7:00: p.m. \

aircraft-type gines and using gas an turbine entirelynew en. N.C.; R.D. Ciiffls, Sarasota; Evangelistic Wednesday:Services.No Mid-Week J.- :-,::::><-:-.:..,.:,,,,,,:; :: w.,':: ,:'::::::;::: ::;::, ',;: ::;:;:,'::::: ::::. :IDr::::::::::; m:::: ::::*::i* =::: ?:$iE::::::; :::::i::$ m m i .
Gilbert S. Brown Wesley Grlffls, Jr., Dade City; ; i I
hull design that will per- Harvey Bobby and Mlxde Grif- Service. Ii1i

SUmUrd OU Service Station mit top speeds of 50 knots. fis, Starke; two sisters, Mrs. Pastor: T.E. Gllly I,.. -I- aWe ..... .
ATLAS Coote Rids Lake City;); and Mrs. obstacles \ P
SMYRNA MISSIONARY : can easily! see physical:
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TIRES BATTERIES The ship consists of three Beck Griffis, Deland; and 13 BAPTIST CHURCH 1J:;: :: I
Bidcet Tenni Road Service major basic portions the grandchildren. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services t.: .t( such as logs boulders 1
PHONE ....7071 underwater pontoon hulls the Funeral services were held : Sunday School, 10 a.m. i, and many other thing. that maybe f .
407 N. Temple *ute at 3 p.m. Saturday In Pine Val- -
hull struts, and Tra1nJ.ngUnion
above-water Preaching, 11 a.m. I
ley Congregational Holiness Wor- ,"-' too difficult for our children N
the main connection hull for Church with 5:45: p.m. Evening ':
Rev. I.V. Luke and
cargo passengers or military Rev. Verlin Gibson officiating. ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. )Iij ii'llt HURST'SSHELL : .,:
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-Elder A.G. Flynn pastor ; -
equipment. The resulting formis Interment was in Evergreen Cemetery not physical are not always soobvious. 1m! .
trisected, thus the ship's with DeWitt C. Jones HOLINESS
Funeral Home in charge. CONGREGATIONAL ( A younjr child needs d I
Service Station name. CHURCH _
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Sunday Scholl 9:45: a.m..Morn- help from his. parents) In .spiritual N
0.. OU Lnbrleatton The developers predict that i"I.. I
B. Jordan Youth Service
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Lansing Worship a.m.
jig The church t
Batteries matters too. can
Monarch Tire these passenger liners will reduce Evening Worship, ,t
5:30 p.m., I
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ROAD SERVICE the transatlantic voyages Services Held 7 p.m. 1 be an influence on children'slives 1ii!

:301 wd 100 Stark from five days to two. At Kingsley Lake Thursday night Prayer Meat- I ,' but when you. a parent m:: I
Ing 7:30: p.nvIvy Luke, Pastor :;::
'I are) taking part in Chlll'ch01' ::.;: I

t tt Lansing B. Jordan, 85, of NORTHSIDE CHURCH BAPTIST I !' ship you ciin hi- an evi-n frreatcrInfluence. 1!:" I

I sddiTrfsl Starke, died Friday, June 19, Give children, i1d
in a Gainesville nursing hone after Sunday School Morning Worship, 9:45: ; I -4 your ....! I
Sunday 11. Sunday Evening
an extended Illness. He was I the lenders of the future a hand )ji
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December 3 Worship, 6 p.m. Training :
born in Florida on Union, 7:30.: now when they newl it most.! $.:,!

t Mobile Home Sales lt \ 1884 and retired,Mary the electrical son Rye of Jordan.the engineer late lie Henry was'a anda ThursdayTeachers Meeting, 6:30.and Prayer Officers I tp 1-: : Take them to church rejjularly ici I. :I '

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Meeting 7:30.Edward: nnd\ you too will hlta ,
member of Laura Baptist _
Church. C. Harvey, pastor.ST. fuller and 1 better, lIfe' (

.. Surviving are four daughters, MARKS I *ii
I'L t Mrs. Jessie M. Williams and EPISCOPAL CHURCH il
t Mrs. Danielia Martin, both of 9:45: Church School : 1j,:
Starke; Mrs. Frances E. Poole Holy Eucharist 1st Sunday ATTEND CHURCH f
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and Miss Winifred L. Jordan, 11 a.m.Morning.
,'( both of Miami three Junta
; sons
>> ; A. and Wlllard L. Jordan Prayer "nd. 3rd I
,
t. 4th Sundays II 1."w.
t both of Miami, and Virgil M. a.m. !!!
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ofi',' Jordan, Starke; one sister Mrs.
t\f\ Wrennle Casler Arcadia; and LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH I ;,i Ih,.Church! ,It Cod i oppunttd'ogmr in'Mm, ooild ,lor,ipindmo, hno.'ltdt' of Hit lo<. fSfi\ T1tt Qlor :ii
several grandchildren. 1 man and 01 Mil, dtmond I.,iron'10 rttpond to'Iliol'loo br loninj, hit nughbol Without,' jV. iflH lVithH ? > !
Funeral services were held Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; I :,: irtundmg, in iht lot ol f God. .. (Mtinmtnl, of wltir ., no? ol lift mil, "..1 i;: .'... 2. :::::
t at 2 p.m. Sunday in Jones Memorial Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve j:!i pili..... ond tht ftffdomi which, w, hold 10 tftor will, ..tobLy" ptfuft !Thtrtfott' ..on : j 'e ; 1111 ml
t ...'" Chapel with Rev.J.C.Brown ning Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Midweek I ;:::: from 1 HlfHh point' ol '''.. on, ihould tupport 'Iht hutlh I., Iht ,ah. ol Int wtlloriol MI ::':
.:..i-r officiating. Interment In the Bible. Study, Wednesday, ..... .'
."" was im! himitll ond hit lorn.I,. Ityund irioi.' h. t>t'r ptrton ihould uphold ond poftllipalt "- R
a;:
,, 7:30 P.m. I
family plot in Kingsley Lake 1:: in 9'. Churih btiouit "it ,ttlll 'Iht 'Irulh, obout m.n. lilt' dtoth and dtilinr. ; thtIruln '' 1
Be In church Sunday. 'lOll .
Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones I :!i : which olont will, ill, him lilt lo I lift ol 0 hId, ol Cod :'::::
SLASH Funeral Home In charge. Rev. W. B. Mercer, pastor A4 S.I .

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LIVING COSTS Revival To Start GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE

At Church of God Cor. Ash WILL& Chestnut.BAPTIST Sunday WILLIAMSJEWELRY STARKE BUILDERS

Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now School, 9:30; Morning Worship, BRADFORD
I 11; League, 4 p.m. Night Service, SUPPLIES Inc.
and SAVE! Kevlval Services will start Sun. ,
ABSTRACT CO.
6
day, June 28,at the Church of God, p.m.--Rev. Jasper Williams

Our Low Overhead MMIW Savings For You I 422 N. St. Clair Street, and con- pastor. Official Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
North tinue nightly at 7:30: with Rev. Better Service For Your
U. S. 301 -
Phone 964.6657 Gene Bass as evangelist. Keepsake!' Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand
I ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET t V.W. Kidd, pastor of the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Title Problems
Church extends a cordial Invitation STARKE BULOVA WATCHES Sporting (Goods
STARKE to the public to attend. Abstracts
Sunday School, 9:45 MornIng
: a.m. 142 W. Call St. Starke
-. -
Worship at 11, Rev. W.B. Title Insurance "Check With Us First"
Johnson, guest speaker; Nomi Phone 964-7064
nating Committee meeting. 5:30: ; 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 219 Washington St. 964-5270
Training Union, 6:15
Evening
; "
Worship, 7:30: Church Choir STARKE 66"

NEW BRICK HOMESNEW Concert.MondayYouth, 7 Choir Practice SERVICEBill FAULKNERGULF

p.m. Edwards Ph. 964.7231 SERVICEAND
.' WednesdayFamily Night Sup -

per, 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, RA Tire Tru-lng
\ meeting, 6:30: ; Teachers and Of- \c4
ficlers meeting, 7:15 Church
: ; Headlight Adjusting
U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
Choir Practice, 8:15.:
ThursdayVisitation, 7 p.m. Brake Service
Trailer
Wheel Balance and
Complete Lubrication
MADISON STREET Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111
BAPTIST CHURCH Minor Tune-Ups
Sunday School 9:45 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
: -.. -' ; Morning
:1. Worship at 11; Training Union, 1011 N. Temple Avenue

NEW BRICK HOMES OVER 1300 SQ. FT. HEATED 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15; AU Minor Repairs 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 964-5899

AREA Evening MondayVacation Worship, 7:30.:Bible 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hlway 301 and 100
NO Down School
Payment
8:30: a.m. Youth Choir Practice
COMPLETELY FINISHED <10 S. Temple StarkeEDWARDS
BRICK HOMES TuesdayVBS, 8:30
AS LOW AS $60.00 : a.m.
WednesdayVBS, 8:30: TELEGRAPHOFFICE
FHA INSPECTED a.m.
PER MONTH Junior Choir Practice, 5:45: ;VBS
[ elude* Tun And Inniraoce-Terms M Year PANELING THROUGHOUT Commencement, 7:30: ; Church SUPPLIES
YtW Income Rfnlte Your Monthly payment Choir Practice, 8:30:
CASH PRICE $16,000.00 CERAMIC BATH TYPEWRITERS ONTROL
-Denton Sumrall. Pastor Grocery and Market
INTtftCST *V% AS SET iY THE BUILT-IN APPLIANCES ADnING MACHINES

FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION CENTRAL HEAT Groceries. Meats Feed AOOMKAlca.

CALL CARD OF THANKS PHC1rOCOPIERs': from $1510 GAS AND OIL
lo "25. Take the'' drudiery, out
The family of the late Hermon of paper work. Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. 539!) E. Call St. Starke Fla.

David and Mary Lou Black -- 964-7469 friends Thomas wishes to thank the many LBOAL FORMS. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE
for their acts of kInd-

700 BRIDGES STREET STARKE ness at his death. May God ever PAYROLL fcNvitorct PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates
Bless each of you. Modena Thomas
OR mother. --

CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
,
:
'*,
James Prince 964-5136 t A dedlcitrd nentrtUst undecided
M to whether to line Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve\ Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

1408 OLD LAWTEY ROAD soft up with but.the 1 U going hunt hits bareheadedthese or the EI.drlcallY"-KeYII: Heights-Phone 4734911"w

days.
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[ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I MELROSE( ] "Contributions Library Nears $700 Fund are Mark continuing Lion's Civic Center Club I



Dedicated
to come in, and It looks as if j
we may over the $700 mark
- -- -- go '
by the end of June" Miss Louise The new Lions Club and Civic

.yyy.yyyyyyyyy.YYY Keystone Rotary Batten, chairman of the Clay Center at Keystone Heights was
County Library beautification dldlcated in ceremonies startingat
Keystone Hilites; ; r INDIAN BEACH Ladies NightThe project said yesterday. 2 p.m. Sunday, June 21, with

Donations were acknowledged Robert E. Hucker of Jacksonville -

r I during the week from Huntley a member of Lions International -
By GLORIA Keystone Rotary Club
REDFEARN I.ab ___
( Fe)
Board of Directors as
Jiffy Foods. $10 and ,
Please Pull !will bold Its annual Ladle ; private Heights
473-3288: : or 473-4182 I eye HIofeMl H. CUttyGreetings ; citizens: $25. guest speaker. i
Installation of officers -
Night and
u ... 'Jwln "It seems like that the erection .- Lion Hucker was elected to the ,

_...................&- in the! Woman's Club. build of the front portion of the International Board in 1969 In '
HERE N' THERE event affords a profitable way ing Friday night, June 28. decorative block fence on the Tokyo Japan, and has served in ,
Visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Ever- to dispose of them. : friends and neigh- A hospitality hour will bo east side of the library property keystone all offices in his club and dis

ette Fox for the past two weeks The only expense Is the $2.50 bors, from your overheated Rol held starting at 6:30: -with dinner might begin In July" the trict. being elected District Governor -

was Brian Duhe, from New Orleans rental fee for floor space. The ling-Reporter.: As I sit here writ- to be served at 7:30.: chairman said. It Is hoped to in 195152.

nephew of Mrs.Fox.While profit of sales belongs to the Ing this opening the temperatureis have the work completed by the The dldlcation program was I

Brian was here they visited some seller. predicted to go up around 98, opening date of the library: in # opened with Pledge to the Flag, j
places around North Florida. The project is not limited: to and It feels like it'. already man, and Mr.. and Mrs. Lanler. September. led by Charlie McGlave, followed -
Guests of the Herb Nelsons club members. Any person Interested there. At least us Indian Beach- Mrs. C.W. Chandlers of Black- by the Invocation by Lea-

over the weekend were Mrs. In joining the amateur lies can go swimming and cool shear Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. : man Ward The welcome addresswas

Nelson's daughter and son-in- shopkeepers is welcome. off. We can do like my mother J.E. Strickland of Mershan, Ga., Social given by Lion presedent

law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pur- Now Is the time to collect Cricket, doeswork awhile and have been spending a few days SecuritySMALLER Linda Wharton as chairman: of Leonard Jones, after which Tom-
vis, and his parents, Mr. and your saleable items. Join the go swimming awhile. Our lake with Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Revels Keystone is set for its biggest volunteer assistants.The my Millican reviewed the historyof

Mrs. Pete Purvis and sister, fun on the 11th. Doors open Is getting busier all the time. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Revels Fourth of July celebration 4th of July celebration 1 I" Llonism in Keystone Heights,

Sandra Purvis all of Gaines at 8 a.m. Space alloted on first The boats are buzzing around, Jr. and family of Plant City; CHECKS DUE highlighted !by a Rotary a Joint effort 'by iLhe, Rotary. and Introduced charter membersof
ville. Also Mrs. Nelson's parents spent the weekend with his parents FOR THOSE WITH the club.A .
first served basis.MELROSE. children seem to be trying to Club fish fry' aid !the beach Sportsmen, American
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion come splash all the water out and and Mrs. Ed Smith of PART B MEDICARE starting at 5 p.m., followed by Lions. Volunteer De- certificate was presented to
from Starke, and Pete Pur- everybody's Just enjoying them Macon. Ga., is spending this Social security checks for people colorful Boatarama and fire Legion and Fire J. (Bobby)Hall for his assistanceIn
vis, Jr. who Is In the U.S. Army selves. It's really a good time week with them. who have Part B of Medi- works. portment. Approximately 100 building the new clubhouse

In Shreveport, La. Joining them of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and care will be somewhat smalleron The ftcfe fry is one of two decorated boats are expected to and certificates will also be presented "

for Sunday evening: were Mr. Tuesday night, Otis Melton andI daughter Leonette of Lawtey. July 3. The new, higher Sup- /ithwtwill .be held to help finance compete in the Boatarama on to Ervin Tries, Don Morgan :j
and Mrs. Ed Coneen, and son enjoyed a nice visit with Mrs. were recent visitors of Jack plementary Medical Insurance the Rotary Club's annualmnur.iDg Lake Geneva. The fireworks Frank Ilgen and W.R. Lee
Peter, former Keystoners.Mrs. By Joyce Bower Ida C. WhItehead. My parents and Lou Miller and children, premium will become effective which, gets display will 'be staged by the for their aid in the building pro-
(
Albert Bachmann has Just James and Cricket, visited A.B. T.C., Jeff, and Joan. Jeff was with the July 3 check Ralph Fontana program the beach onafonday. Volunteer Volunteer Firemen. gram.
returned from a two weeks visit and Katie Howard and family] off exploring with the Explorer field representative for the underway at Live musical entertainmentand The ribbon-cutting ceremonywas
with her sister Miss Hill Ditt- Jackson- of Starke, Tuesday night. Friday Scouts at the Suwanee River, Social Secrutiy: Administration { July 6. The program patriotic speeches will be performed by Mayor Ray-
of
Former residents weeks
mer of Appleton, Wls. night Otis and I attended Vacation from Monday till Wednesday. in this area announced today. 'will continue. for two featured during the fish fry. mond Starnes after which open
Houseguests of Mrs. Louise ville now living in Melrose are Bible: School Commence- Tuesday Jeff visited Buz Por- Those who have been paying $4 from 1 to 3 pjm. Monday" A second: ftsh fry will :be held house was held in the new build-
Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Westmoreland
Nelson are Mrs. Ed Sweetman, ment Exercises at Hampton Baptist ter at Suwanee. a month will now pay $5.30 for through Friday. instructors on July 17 from 5 ''to 7 p.m. to ing with refreshments served by
Mrs. Banks Wilson and Mrs. and two of their four children Church. We attended the Mrs. H.T. Smith and Mrs Ruby this protection. Those who enrolled 'will ba provided by YMCA conclude ithe swimming pro the Lionellas.

Paul Felts, all friends of Mrs. Olga and Sherman. Recent wedding of Tony Kennan and Wolfe visited Mr. and Mrs. late may be paying a Camp 'Immc&alee 'with Mrs. gram. Guests in attendance included

Nelson from Greensboro, N.C. guests of the Westomorelandswere Elaine Youngblood at Hampton Charles Evans in Jacksonville, slightly higher premium: he not Past District Governors Reaves
Gen. and Mrs. Phil Kromerof her mother, Mrs. T.A. on Tuesday for Mrs. Smith: to Thompson and Russey
Murphy of Jacksonville two sisters Baptist Church, Saturday night. ed.Mr. _. -- ; present
Melrose have Just returned ; Sunday afternoon Kay and Ken- see her new greatgranddaughter Fontana pointed out that District Governor Danese and
Braden Ball recent
from an extensive tour of Eu- Mrs. !, neth Padgett and daughter( Tra- Kelly Evans. Last weekend the premium Increase was nec- Incoming Governor Holloway.

rope at which time: they visited ly and returned Mrs. Randall from West Lynn of Germany Gainesville -, cy and Tammy came down fora they were in Georgia, visiting essary to help keep trust fund .\i. 'IC'E The only charter member pre-

their son and daughter-in- Smithof swim. The water really feels relatives. Income and expenditures balance .. ... sent was Bill Baker. Lon Rush-
law. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kromerthe :Arcadia Lt. and Mrs. Rupert Karen good these days. Jimmy and Bunky Brummett, Due to Increased costsof ; IJ' t. ':'r '1' 0' TUB J ton, president of Keystone Rotary -
Miss
( former Nancy Sutton of Key- and Jim and Evelyn Brummett of Tinker and Sue Falanl and son medical care and overall usage : and Clay County; Commls

stone) and their two sons, Andy Yawn. Panama City; are visiting Pete Freddie all from Jacksonville, of this Insurance, it was .: .ol.,, SportsmanBY sioners Newell, Saunders, and
Chamblee and chil-
and Ken. They report that the Mrs. Tom vacation and Joyce Barton and son Georgefor spent the weekend with Pete and necessary last year to adjustthe Ii. oj I' Howard were also present.
young Kromers are enjoying livIng : dren are enjoying a a few day. this week. Joyce Barton and son George. premium ratesetcecUveJuly, .. In his speech Hucker commended -
in Germany very much. trip to Tulsa, Okla. where they Andy Frasier of Jacksonville, Raymond and Glayds Mal- 1970. By December 31 of each __ \ CIIITTY ,, the Keystone Lions on their

Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Redfearn are visiting several relatives Alice spent last week with his grandparents phurs of Jacksonville are down year, the Secretary of HEW is l. ...... .,4''"".. .... ....'.-....:.-.J:- T---"...",,,..., record of community service
Mrs. -.tt'tlW"
Jr. and daughter, Patricia, attended Including her mother : Mr. and Mrs. Daryl for ten days at their lake home required to review program costs especially their outstanding contribution -
the District Gulf Life Insurance Rothhammer, and sister, Miss Barrows. next door. Their son and daugh- and to announce any premium: to the sight conservation -

Co. Family: Picnic at Carol Rothhammer. Mrs. Owen Bryant had some ter-in-law, Bugs and Nancy Mai- adjustments to be effective In program which provides eye
Manatee Springs on Saturday. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Phil Kro- sad news to report this week.A phurs formerly of New York, July of the following year. Hi, Sports Fans the fishingIs fishing alone. glasses and treatment for underprivileged
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Eland and mer have returned from a vacation friend Jack Bowen, died in have moved to Florida, and were Mr. Fontana reminded bene- really "HOTTTI" these days. My grandmother, Atha Cope- children.

family recently spent a few daysin abroad. Atlanta, Ga., of a heart attack visiting them the first of the ficiaries that the increase in On more ways than one). If land, has been catching a few The new Llns Club Is designed
Georgia and while there they Spending two weeks at their Friday. week. premiums they will be paying you go out and sit in that wide nice bream off the dock. for use as a civic center, as wellas
Six Over cabin on Lake Geneva are Mr. Charles Strandberg and daugh- will be matched with lake of hours Kenneth Padgett of Starke reports for club and is
spent a day at Flags Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddishand an equal open a couple meetings, com-
Georgia. Jim and Marge enjoyedit and Mrs. Lawrence Chlldress of family of Starke, and Mr. ter Paulette of Jacksonville spent premium contributed from Treasury you'll see one way. It would- that he has been catchingsome plete with auditorium and stage,
more than the children! Miami. Their guests have included and Mrs. David Reid and boysof the weekend with his mother, General Fund revenues to n't take long for that ole "Bear"to nice bass at Sampson Lake as well as kitchen facilities.
Mrs. Keith Bunton her Mrs. Strandberg. match the contribu sneak and hold of the last couple of weeks.Shlpman's .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Redfeam Jacksonville, visited their parents beneficiary up grab
and daughter. Christy. arrived daughter, Melinda, and Barbara Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter It looks like we've come to tions. you. But, believe it or not they Camp (west shore .
Bacon of Jacksonville. Santa Fe) reported a good week e
from MIramar thlspastweeK Sunday.Dr. the end of the line for this Mr. Fontana is In this area sure tore up some fish last ,
will' be spending the summer in Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.D. and Mrs. Carl Cavendishand week friends and it's getting periodically and the scheduleand week. And natch'lly slew some also. Here are their results: Why tint try year-round

Keystone.Mr. Isenhower were James Scott of family, his mother, and Mr. mighty; hot sitting here typing.; time and place can be obtained 1500-2000 shellcrackers accord- Charlie Rigell caught 25 specs: cIU t.? Year-round football
and Mrs. Edmund Dwyer Jessup Ga., Mrs. J.H. Brun- Wallace, all from Alderson, So till]] next week "May the good from the schedule l listedIn ing to .Roy Griffin of Griffin's Dick Kleffer brought in 10 bass seems to work.
sell of St. Petersburg and her Lord bless and keep the nearest up\ to 7-1/2 pounds; Mr. and *
spent the weekend at the home W. Va.. are spending a coupleof you all. post office Lodge.
Mrs. Harold Johnson had 50
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kasln daughter, Mrs. Donald Koropp weeks at the Cavendish lake Griffin's Lodge (east shore The n-year Jociitts return
In Daytona Beach. and' son Todd of Akron. Ohio. home. - Santa Fe), had a fine report bream; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lanier to the Eait Coast and ,H f they
children - - 75 bream Bill Jacobs
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whartonand Mrs.. Dick Logsdon and Last Monday night, Mr. and this week, especially about bed- caught ; pay any attenttnn to the prerfrrf'onj .
of Orlando have been visit- and Frankie Sofia, 35
and Laurie Mrs. Tom Norwood ding shellcrackers. Mr.and Mrs. thftf hear, they
daughters Kathy showed slidesof may
spent the weekend in Orlando ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. their trip around the world "Too Late To Classify"dentifled Currington caught 100 In one specs; and Mr. and Mrs. James decide to ship/ I I3RJ.You'd .'
E.M. Robinson and other friends Peters, 65 bream.
with old frlneds and attended the and articles they had brought day. Roy Griffin and son Alan e .
Jim Jimmy and flunky Bn1 1- .
and relatives here.
, of MOVE Inc. .back with Those caught 100 Tuesday morning.Alan "
meeting May- them enjoyingthis
Rev. and Mrs. James Neale BY RUSSELL KAY calls.. All the recipIent took a party out Wednesday and met and Tinker Fjtlan. caught think people would
; flower OoeratorsVanEXDedltIng. have returned from a trip to guided: tour Included: Mr. People with sick minds who has to do Is simply leave they caught 27 shellcrackers. 24 bream from Pete and JoyceBarton.s fee( I a little guilty shout going
Inc. Agents Meeting. unui 1.1'' -- West Virginia. and Mrs.Mattox,Mrs.Eisenach- for years have used the telephoneto his receiver off the hook until Mr. Brown of Macon Ga. went dock on the north shoreof In an air pollution meeting
around the State at er Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Williams ,
gents from Santa unless they walked
Miss Donna Westmoreland make obscene Fe Lake.
and Mr. and threatening or the call has been reported. The with Roy and they caught 60.
Ed
Mrs. Tlmmon
tended. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of annoying telephone calls]] have call can be traced no matter Roy told us that he's never seen That does It till next week *
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Red- ED. Westmoreland is visitingher Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Dick Just about reached the end of the when it.was made or how quicklythe so many shellcrackers and such fellows I don't know 'bout y'all, When wi( naked a friend
fearn attended reunion of the Hilllard Jack and Lou Miller
a parents. She has been em- but I'm gonna go after 'em soon how he
and rope. person calling might hang up. big ones caught before. Roy remained in cheerful
Kiel- daughter Joan and James
1955 graduating class from ployed at Mt. Sinai Hospital on and Cricket Technical advances will soon caught 6 bass Thursday evening as I can. So till next week during a rainy xprll. he answered
rose High School on Saturday Miami Beach since receiving her Chltty; all of Indian permit the telephone company to "Good-bye and good luck!" "'00 foggy to Job."
evening and Sunday. A dinner Bachelor of Science Degree in Beach. Ice cream and cookies trace such calls]] and bring

was held at the Holiday Inn, Nursing from Florida State were served after the tour. charges against those who make KEYSTONEHEIGHTS I . . . . . . . . .. . .. ... - -
Mr. and Mrs. Haddock - - - - ---
Gainesville, on Saturday eve- and
School of Nursing in Tallahassee. them.
ning and a Family Picnic at Donna has recently been appointed family of Jacksonville are stay- Such calls are crimes thatmay '. .
Lake Rosa on Sunday afternoon. to the National Boardof week.Ing in the Lanier cottage this be punished by fines and Jail 'j"' 'h, ..

Directors of Gamma Sigma sentences. Congress recentlytook ,
". '
Bubba Lanier Is
ROTARY CLUB Sigma National Service Sorority spending this cognizance of the need for : ;
Last Friday's meeting time Her position is Regional Director week In Jacksonville with his federal legislation and passed a
was spent discussing and plan- of the South Central Regionof ffrandoarents. Mr. and Mrs. Co- bill calling for a six months DIRECTORYBEAUTY

ning the upcoming Annual Swim the United States. prison term and a fine for those :' .' '.' .
Program sponsored by the Rotary She flew to Washington D.C. found guilty of such activity .
Club. A Kick-off Fish Fry will on June 19 for the annual meet- cation Bible School a family It is now possible to trace such ;;. '

be held Saturday, July 4, and a Ing of Gamma Sigma Sigma Bible School with emphasis on calls by mechanical means and SHOP I #;4'c: (\,., .:e;."'.,., .
table will be set up for registration National Board of Directors. service. the culprit can no longer hide J ; If' ';.4
of the children for the Beginning Sunday night, June behind "r
After returning from the meeting the receiver hook by hang- KEYSTONEBEAUTY ,
swim The swimming 28, the group will meet for a ., '
program. ,\
Donna will remain at home Ing up his receiver.: \ ;;: .. .
lessons will begin on July 6 short program then work on New SHOPEDITH .
for about two weeks then leave special telephone equip .
and go through the 17th from for Houston. Texas to resume several projects. ment is being installed throughout 4w <'># .... .'
1 to 3 p.m. dally. Fireworks will her nursing career at Metho- Sunday the program will be" telephone systems that can JOHNSON. Owner 91IMi! ,:; ; -

be the excitement of the eve- dist Hospital. "Hunger In the United States, trace back and identify: the phone Personal and Creative Hair StylIng f : .
ning after the Fish Fry and which will be given by Mrs. Er- from which
Parents gathered atEllam Baptist such calls are made Every Form of Beauty
will be put on by the Volunteer Church Sunday night for Com- nest Bartlett. Monday night the and can also identify any number Culture Tues.-Sal.. *-3; closed ,
Fire Department. program will be about Church called from ,{ :
mencement Services for the Vacation that phone. Monday.
Bible School held last and community; projects. Tues- This can be done even if the "

WOMANS CLUB week. Each class had a short day night the group will study criminal tries to beat the rap by 14% ,.
The KOP (Keystone On Parade) Foreign Missions and will takea NURSERY ,
program. Parents then went to hanging up quickly, for as the
"Flea Market" sponsored by the the classrooms to observe the trip via slides to Argentina person called keeps his or her 11 11V ,',f.
Woman's Club will be held on work done by the students dur- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Patterson will phone off the hook the connection O.C. Carnes Nursery '1
Saturday July 11, from 8 to 6 ing the week. be in charge of this program. remains and can be easily r : ,
P.m. at the all-conditioned Ma- Wednesday night there will bea traced. ,tr .' 4'
sonic Hall. PRESBYTERIANBIBLE Fellowship Dinner at 6:30.: Thousands of plants L; ,,;,'
,
There will be Fruit Trees-ShAde Trees .. 'h
Most home owners have articles SCHOOL a program on .
The recipient of such a call .
In good condition they no Faith Presbyterian Church is "Youth Today." On the other can leave the phone off the hook Evergreens ft.: .f ,fI .

longer have use for, and this having a different kind of Va- nights programs will be from keeping the connection Intact and Camellias & Azaleas 1. 4' 'J" : ,.L-. '..
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7 to 830. : .) .. ,
;r ; ?
at the time call] the MOST ALL IN CANS .'
] tele-
same '
Projects that will be done include $.. ..,,.'. .,, "''..
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phone company and report It. PLANT ANY TIME : .... .
: cutting pictures from old i :;;:;1 { ,

Christmas cards for missionaries Beautiful Roses 0' .. "f'J: .' I I Jr'.j .
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Science has also developed a \' r .
projects for World Service Land.teaplncPhone -.j .....':}. ': I .. .
voice print that is effective
as .
c.
collecting stamps to make M"Iji'r
i for hospital sewing as a finger print in Identifyinga 659-2165 1{imv &< :
1 tp4ittd money a ..- '
matter how /
person no they
'
things for missions, and several ;OO. Y
projects for the Melrose may try to dlsqulse It. It is an 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on f -i" }.. } J;,;
electronic picture of the human ... ,. \ ''v ,
Day Care Center. voice and Hwy. 100 at Florahome '. .,' ""' ;
such evidence has .\ .
,
Mrs. A.V. Bannister will havea R.
been the j. -r. ..
class: for pre-school children. accepted by courts. ,. ,.J' "
A silhouette will be made of This new method of telephone S. E. McKAY. REALTOR
identification should most
prove
each attending. Everyone -
person KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-481
valuable and effective in curbing
In the area is welcome.
Appraisal, Service
criminals who for years have
DUPLICATE BRIDGE used the telephone for obscene The Best la Lakefront Do you irrigateby

Duplicate Bridge winners last calls or threats or other illegal Homes, Aereafe, Rentals

week were: Mrs. C.W. Beasleyand purposes.These and other electronic de- Mrt. Melba ASSOCIATES Ilfea 473-4740 drops and gallons ?
Mrs. Val Given, 1st place;
Col. J.
Mrs. Gay Livingston and Ray velopments now close to per- CheMlnt-to 47J-W79
fection will end to uni- L. J. Robliuoa
put an 47S-SK1
Starnes 2nd
place; Mrs. Ray ,
You Bet You Can Becker and Mrs. Phil Kromer, Scanty drops in one crop section and soggy

3rd place; Mrs. Raymond Crab- gallons in another? Plenty of water one week and
Afford a New Car tree and Mrs. W.H. Davie, 4th KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN THEATRE
place. none the next because of other things on your mind?

With electric pump irrigation you can alwaysbe
You don't need a lot of ready cashto M.A.C.

get that car a low-cost auto The Board of Directors of the Thurs., Fri., Sat. June 25, 26, 27 sure your crops are evenly watered.You .

loan will put you In the driver's seat Melrose Action Committee: met MUSIC CITY U.S.A. can cover specific sections that may need more

right away! Stop in and find out last week. Among subjects discussed or less water...even set timers to turn your pumps on

about this convenient road to auto- were the officers for NASHVILLE, TENN. and off automatically Irs the electric
next year.It .
ownership! was decided that meetings With Big Country Music Stars prescription for high level high quality yields

will be discontinued for the at low cost too. See about it soon.

COME, IN GET ACQUAINTED months There of was July also and much August discussion Sun., Mon. June 28, 29 Just ask your equipment dealer.Pt'rJUrl.t .

STATE BANK about the Day Care Cen The Fantastic Plastic Machine
KEYSTONE There will]] have
ter. to be projects I=I .
to help support the Cen
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. ter. Anyone who wishes may makea Tues. Wed. June 30, July 1 ............. '." ........

contribution to this worthy NIGHTMARE IN WAX
"Your Friendly Bank In Your FriendlyCommunity" orolect.

Proceeds from the recent Flea Fiendish Modman in Chamber of Torture

Market were $144.78. ... . . . .... . . . . . . "'-
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State Population Hits' 6,354,000 City Smoking Tax \

Totals $94,158

In 7969 Despite Record DeathsFlorida's First 5 MonthsAs M ?


population increasedat they account for a larger proportion -
of 1 the City of Starke
May
the rate -of 2.5 per cent In of total deaths and show
total of $94.158
received
record number of increasing death rates has a -
1969 despite-a
Health authorities say the Increases In state cigarette tax revenue,
to provisional
deaths according
according to the office of AR.
in these particular
statistics released last week by executive director of JIMMY MOORE'SSUN WATER FRONT :PROPERTYOn
Bnuittgam
Division of Health. eases are partly due to the fact
the The state state gained population at that Florida has a rapidly growing the Department of Business Re- SPORTS Smith Plumbingand Crosby Lake &Crosby Lake-
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
venue. Inlet Ideal For Mobile Homes,
percentage of elderly people,
month.
the rate of 12,700 per
Florida's population rose to and partly because medical science March collections In Starke Minimum Charge ... -.1.75 FOR RENT: TV sets, baby MOORE BOAT FOR Supply Summer Cottage Or YearRound -
has been less successful were 9331. slightly above the Living1.
of beds. elec. guitars amplifier.
an estimated 6,354,000 as (Covers 15 words) YOUR MONEY
July 1, 1969 making the state in combating these chronic diseases $9,121 collected In the same month refrigerators: day. or week. DA- All Lots Ready To Go-Cleared

the ninth most populous in the as compared with infectious last year. Each word over 15-7o HMER'S. 9B4-7923._tf-chg Starke Ph. 964-5791 Raiford Road Graded & Leveled,
collected
Bradford County
Phone 964-6023
:
diseases. 99500.
Priced From Financing
nation. 50c Extra Charge If not
This is an increase of 152,000 Diseases of the heart tookover $323.96 In March compared to MEN WANTED Laundry Complete Outboard & Available.: Call 964-7701.
in the month In paid in advance
lives $282.36 same Kitchen aids, labor-
26,600 ; cancer was respon- workers.:
over 1968 when the populationwas Stern Drive Service and Contracting and Repairs
sible for more than 12,700 deaths; 1969. CLASSIFIED era, cottage parents, watch- CULTIVATED BLUEBERRIES
Both 6202000.the 1969 provisional birth and over 8,000 persons died of Statewide March cigarette tax DISPLAY man, cooks and clerks, ground Repair. Complete Fiber. :Plumbing Fixtures U-plck. 25c Ib. We pick, 35clib.
figure and rate rose. A total .stroke Need!4,400perpos died collections totaled $10,375,691.Of $..1i0 :Per Inch keeper truck driver. Five glass!' Repair. Custom- Water Heaters 7:30:
of 108,364 babies was born. This of accidents1110 fwr1branQiii this amount $4,178,441 will go Memorials Resolutions! day week, eight hour day. built Fiberglass Fishing Water :PumpsSTENOExperienced Monday' thru Saturday. 2:30: p.
cause of death.A to the state's general revenue state retirement, vacations. m. to 6:30: pjn. Sundays. 2
was a rate of 17.1 per 1,000 population. will be distri- Proclamations, etc7c word Boat!'.
The figures for 1968 record number of couples fund, $5,811,098 sick leave.If Interested, please miles east then( i.s miles
were 100.971 births, with a birth* (65.971) were married; 34,924 buted to qualified municipalities CARDS OF TIIANKS apply In person Personnel north from Orange; tits 475-

rate of 16.3 for each 1,000 per divorces were granted. This Is and the remaining $386,150 will SO words or less ......3.00 Manager, Sunland Training ... . -. .. .... In credit 1151. E. D. Longnecker, Earl-
:
be distributed to counties. .:, r; .1 ;; iii/r .ti.;
sons. This was the first over- more than the 62,673 marriagesand Each word over 50-7c Center Gainesville, Fla. ) dLspa-tch and general o.'flca eton Beach. 4tchg 7.2
the-year Increase in. the birth 31,655 divorces recorded In Brooker collections were An equal opportunity employ work, desires employment.Phone .
rate since a record rate of 24.7 1968. 1969,5forpa from$182.71 In March er. MARY 533-2492._tfchg For Sale: -Service pole for mobile -
total of $2,736 to '
'. home. Call 964-7627.
set in ,.
was tf
population
1,000
.rnWATSON'S
per date this fiscal year. Hampton SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic FOR RENT-Large upstairs 3tchg 7-2

1956. straight! collections were$280.25.up from Letters, all sizes, colors Perm- furnished apartment. No pets.
For the 23rd ,
record numberof year 4224.39 last March, for a total anent, for use on wood, glass, Couple only. Phone 964-6352 FOR RENT-Summer cottage
there deaths.was a Based new provisionaldata 11QA110N1occs of $3,671 so far this fiscal year. plastic, paper, metal, leather, CARTER If no answer 533-2252 after 6 Klng-sley Lake, new' duplex.
on
72,952 Florida residents r ( FE Lawtey collections were $741.28, ANYTHING I -Bradford County House of Vacuum p.m. tfehg Call Merritt Williams 9645391office
,
died during 1969. This was 4,242 up from $628.31, for a total of Telegraph. if Many brand of :new vacuums or 964-7788 home.
$6,998 for the fiscal year to FOR RENT2 air conditioned tfchg
more than the 68,710 persons $39.00 up. Used machines from PAINTSNEW .
date. Southern Marine cottages Klnglssy Lake
who died in 1968. SID Expert Repairs all makes.
receive FOR RENT-2 bedroom, unfurnished -
will
Baker County Ph
Call at night -
The three leading causes of $835.72 for March collections Moved To GainesvilleNew Farts and Accessories for all > 533236Stfchar house. 308 S. Water. ) St.Itchg.
death were diseases of the heart, vacuums. Built In Central vac
from $799.74 last March, NameGainesville
malignant neoplasma (cancer}, A family that itays together up for a' total of $8,377 so far uum cleaning systems. 712 N. ITEMS FOR SALE-15 ft. Mitchell

and cerebral vascular disease shouldn't not for more this fiscal year. The town of MarineLYNN M:1ln: Gainesville 376-7110 .boat with 65 h. p. electric start CUBB Economic': Agency in
(stroke). These causes have held than a week's vacation thatis. collected $3,065 In WALL PAPER Starke 4s accepting applicationsfor
Macclenny moton and Champ
!
the same positions for years and We just got back from a down slightly from HAMILTON MGR. PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50 Mercury the position of seretary:: in
with few exceptions each week sun-and-sand sojourn March Johnson Motors Cobra Boats Unpainted Furniture trailer. In excellent condition
two
year $3,166 from March 1969, for a to $625. Take the drudgery out Phone the Central! Office!:: of the Neighborhood
and moderately priced. :
that left us all too weakto
Marine Supplies of work. Bradford COUTHtv -
paper Service at
program
total of $36,527 this fiscal
face the thought of another yearto Wood 473-4362 Rev. Merle Packham.'
Graining Kit
family-togetherness venturefor date. 1030 E. University Ave. Telpgranh. tf 2tclU' Starke, Florida. Qualifications

a whole year or maybe Clay County collected $1,752 Gainesville NOW IN STOCK Construction K-80 must Include typing 50 iwpm.
a whole generation.If in March, up from $1,331 last Paper All colors In ''the :rainbow Paint Remover OUT OF TOWN and general office:, experience.:
experience is as broadening March for a total of $18,131so 3 bedroom Ibath, Shorthand helpful .but not ne-
Bradford County Tele- masonry
as they say it is, I'm readyfor } far this year. The town of h. tf 102 EAST BROWNLEE Florida. Room, carport' some cessary. Salary. $325 ;per month!
size girdle, that !mIl'>
bigger
a Green Cove Springs collected 40 hours per week. Deadline!
for sure. I've done as much $5,080, up from $4,809 last SEARSHas FAYB'3 FABRICS First! quilt STREET furniture& acre modern.lot paved$14,000.00.road for applications Is July 2.
cen-
counting as a_government new
March for $57,541 so tar this Write 'to CUBB Economic Agency -
sus-taker in New York City Ity dress, drapery, upholstery Terms.
thanks to a little game called"divertthekidssoDaddycan year. The town of Keystone Everthing material. Notions, chenille bed- A, J. THOMAS, Realtor : P. O. Box 970, Starke.
Heights collected $1,651 up from spreads, tapestries. Also sec "' J ., ,. .' Tele. 964-5701 Florida 32091, or contact. the

drive." $1,405 last March for $13,775 ends mill en33.:! BankAmerl- PRIVATE PARTY-/wanits to rtfchg Neighborhood Service Center In
The kids and I counted rural so far this fiscal year. STARKEPhone Oppor--
area. An Equal
card and Master Charge. Open buy acres;, :buslneaa property: your
mailboxes, purple Volkswagens Union County collected$771.90In
brown cows, and U- March up from $484.34 last Monday 10-7: Tues. through 1-4 farm house T. L-aPine. 401 FOR RENT Furnished:! air tunity Employer. Itchg
964.6848 Sat.. 9-7; Sunday 16. Hwy. 301 Main St., Danbury ot conditioned apartment.: Phone
Haul-It trailers for 2,532 March, or $7,552 so far this 06810. REWARD for return of car
miles. (Did you know that fiscal year. The town of Lake 1 ml. north of Waldo 'tfehg Up 964-5065 or 964-5899_Itchg perter tools stolen. Phone 964-

cows mailboxes 10 to outnumber 1 which brown just Butler received $1,797 in for March the The CUBB Econcini'o" Anne' FOR RENT-Large House, unfurnished EZERASE TYPEWRITER 5726. lip
from $1,495
goes to show that people get 1970 same up month last year, for a IF WE DON'T HAVE IT In Starke Is ae::ep'ing applications -. 3 bedroom. 2 baths: PAPER Mlmeo :Paper, Bond FOR RENT-Large' famished 4
more letters than cows these total of $19,162 so far In the we'll) get It for you. Office for! the position of Area located! at 661 N. Waters St.. :Paper. Notebook Filler Room Apartment Private entrance
days.) Coordinator! (Aide) In the Brad- For Information call after 5 Bradford
I've also become adept at current fiscal year. Supplies, Furniture Equip County Telegraph. : call 9646937. tfchff
smearing sunburn ointment on ment. Bradford County ford N''I' h''rhooJ: Service On.er. p. m., 9M-3490 Itp
shoulders Telegraph. ( MU3t liv-h In Bradford County -
noses, backs legs, arms, WANTED-
and one bald pate. In and TO'lllng; to work with all FOR SALE-IS" cu. foot frsez- Just: started( Gospel Band .
addition I've consumed more Take something like sheets, WANTED LISTINGS groups. Salary 1.70 per: hour,35 er, 616 ibs. compaclty. $199.88 Needs Good Amplfler. Mikes, FOR SALE UUJard Duck
hamburgers, french fries, andfingerlickin' for instance. My husband On Homes and Acreage. Buyers hours per weeek. Applications; 2tc etc. Call 9fc4-7337 and Leave 2 months old 5.p6 Palr. DII

goodies than the thinks some of my ideas about Waiting. Strout Realty, Reg. must toe wjtm'tted! by July 2. II Phone No. 1&4-5543. tf
average drive-in dispenses* in keeping house are old-fash Broker 2117 N Temple Ave. Write to CUBB Economic Agency -
six weeks. ioned and he never could Ph. flJ4-B609 Stitrfce. Fla. Inc., P. O. Box 970 VETINARY INJECT.LES
THE FIRST NAME IN But perhaps'the best thing understand why I've always
about taking the whole family Starke or contact! BradfordNeiyhborhoood Tetanus Toxoid
insisted old
SMALL CARS on good cotton For all your Real Estate
Sleeping! Sickness
on. one great big two-weeks for sheets. But after two Center! 113 S. FEMALE ExperiencedSewing
DATSUNGAINESVILLE outing is that home looks a weeks of sleeping on other NeedsBuy Sell Ex: Walnut Street, Stance, Tele- Distemper! Hepatitis! Lepto

lot better when you get backto kinds, he's changed his! mind. change Appraisals Es. >phsne:: number 984-5689 and 964 Comblotla HIGH SCHOOL
it than when left it. pert Advice on all Real Machine
you Says he felt like he was the 6696 An Equal OpportunityEmnlovoT. ANDREWS DRUGS
Suddenly the whole family clam at an all-night clambake Estate Problems Call .
Itehg:: .
2nd Ave. 2nd St. S. E. | appreciates all the little trying to sleep on non-cotton BILL POWELL GRADUATES Operators

Gainesville Florida things they}! have at home that sheets."There's. Re,. Real Estate Broker EXPERIENCE PAINTER-InBicJe WIMBERLY'S Railroad; Salvage !-
you didn t think they even nothing like the
Phone 961-6464 and outside work Reasonable Groceries
noticed .bnfnrn.STARKE Fabrics.
comforts of home, he told me Want to learn *"
when he got this morning.I Starke :Plaza Starke. rates. Satisfaction! guarantced Clothing Shoes, Furniture. production Single Needle
up tfch* Call Norman Hall, 475- Tools. sewing?
was hoping he'd notice the : Plenty Bargains I 7434 Stitch
NURSERY difference in the way his! eggs 1958.! 4t 7-16 Blandiag Blvd, Jacksonville. Safety
301
tasted at breakfast too tfCllZ Work in a clean, air
but reading the morning paper DID YOU KNOW It's easy to conditioned plant? *" Double Needle

AT SOUTH CITY LIMITS ON U.S. 301 does something to his taste iller Brown own a Longchamp Home? -
buds. Maybe he'll notice how r Better built for Florida living : Earn good Pay?
food home-cooked hamburgers Your plans or ours. Your BARRETT $1.80 Per Hour
CLOSING OUT taste at supper tonight lot or ours. Contact Buford If you arc not goingto

Mitchell! phone 964-6853. P. O. Water Conditioning college or business and up

Box 238 Starke tfchg school t ibis fall, and
HALF PRICEON Volkswagen and Purnp Co. would like an opportunity For Willing Workers

New & Used 1..0) PUMPS 130 Court Street to learn a good-pay

rjvAp Sales Service __ NEW AND USED __ Phone 964-5832 in'? vocation this sum. Apply in person only
SALES-P ARTS- ERVICE mer then see Mr. Tuck.er .

1 Ml. North of Tire MallGAINESVILLE Deep & Shallow Wells STARITEWater Monday through Friday 8:00 A.M. to 4:00: ".M.

Water Softeners & Filters 8 a.m. to 4 I p.m. Mon. thru Fri.

ALL PLANTS / Expert Service On Conditioners (No phone calls, please).

.. : All Makes and Pumps

VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY Plumbing Service WELL DRILLING VOGUE Mfg. Co.
Vogue
Phone 964-7061 Sales and Rentals
MASTER Add Machines, with

subtraction. SPECIAL. tilLs DURRANCE PUMP Repair Department :Mfe. Co., Inc. 710 S. Water St.

1. J. ", : month only. $69.95. Ideal fop: AND SUPPLY CO. Starke Fla.
,
Announcing. '- home or light office work.- 24 Hour Ser.IceFOR 710 S. Water St.

Bradford County Telegraph, tf INSURANCEAT Starke, Fla.

OPENING OFRoger's ;1. REDUCED RATES
THE SALE Welsh-Pinto pony
REMINGTON CASH REGISTER
-
AUTO FIRE
BOAT
$75. Call Robert Traylor 782-
< : 2-total electric, slightly DOYLE E. CONNER
I used Cost new, $420. Save $100. INSURANCE AGENCY 3437. Itp

House Of UpholsteryWE Our sale price, $320.-Bradford tell*

County Telegraph. tf George E. LaRue ctr HIP//

DO ALL TYPES OF FOR RENT- Furnished apart- BAIRD INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

ment. 4 rooms and bath, ,utilities Mobile Homes
I Fire Homeowner I
UPHOLSTERY AND REPAIRSFREE ." ,; .., c'fit!' 'Pets.furnished Call 964-6832.Couple onlY-No tfchg NEW and USED LIFE & ACCIDENT RFAD THE

HEIDI PARTNERS-The sus. 810.12 WideGainesville Keystone Height &13-<<892
ESTIMATES pender skirt, tied high at the Four Miles Out
waist and pocketed in bins Raiford Road WRI1TADSZEtr3rapIy
Good
patches, carries this season'stheme. MODERN\ MASONRY: HOME: Quality
within In Cone's sculptured Reasonably Priced ACREAGE
Pick-up and Delivery Anywhere '
Larga!!! Living Room
Need land and small
cotton corduroy, it's combinedwith vacant::
25mi. Radius a soft Alpine knit blouse Paneled Family Room Gainesville 378-2785 farms In Brndford aid BUT-
and textured knee socks. Out Many, Many Extras Serviced Guaranteed and rounding counU: s. Please con.
fit by Mister Pants.LABEL Only $18,850 Delivered In Starke Area tact Janle Coolsy. Klnjsiey

PHONE 964-8350 BILL POWELL. BROKER86H.16t NO EXTRA COST Lake 5332711. Frank E. League .

964-6810 US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th !! Bier, 958 MJcjal! Ave.,
116 EAST CALL ST. MAKERS, from Gainesville 378-1785 Jacksonville: Fla., Phone 388-
$9.t*5- Bradford County Tele 9873. 9tchg 7-2
STARKE. FLORIDA graph. :Ph. 9646305. CARL BEGGS
FOR SALE Concrete block:
..
FOR RENT12' wide, 2 bedroom
Gulf ServiceUSED !house; 3 bedroom 1 bath, cen-
trailer outside city
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L.------------- ------- -ns - 1 PARTS tral heat ft alr-oondltlonlng. Corn UmlU. J. B. Wh1 s, 9646114.
,
r lot. Phone 9645367. tfchg

\ II Top Prices for Wrecked Car tfchg
POSTED SIGNS: Treated to
I 21 Hour Wrecker Service withstand weather- 20c each, Will Baby s't: In my' home,
Saratoga Heights 9647562. Itp
AnnouncingHarry's Fuel Oil .. $2.23 doz. Special price on larger

I THE OPENING OF I Used Can quantities. Bradford. County FOR SALE-Kenmore nrash/sr/ ,
I Telegraph. if excellent condition $63. 2 English
Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
Rallezh .bicycles.
46&1998National WANTED: Used Wrtnrer-Waeh-. 4731828.Up
er. Will pay cash or take: la

Paint & Body Shop: trade on anything. :DAHMER'S FOR RENT-Furnished. small 2

984-7923. tf-chg bedroom house $62.50 per mo.
Located at 424 W. Jefferson.
I
I Sewing WILL BUY: Used Appliance. Phone Melrose 4752813. Itchg

Machine Co. Furniture, TV',. Stereos, anything
I EXPERT WORKMANSHIP I of value. DAHMEH'B:!: FOR SALE- Two bedroom
Largest selections from which frame house! and :2 aires in
I to choose. Pfaff. Necchl, Nelco MEN WANTED Men cottage Lawtey.! Close ''to DuPont Plant
A REASONABLE PRICES I New Horns Universal./ parents age over 21. Starting on Rd. 125. Phone
This Ad Worth' $3.00 On Any !Pay $329 month, promotion op. 9645010.Itshg
I II portunltles and regular Increases -
:Purchase or Repairs
I ALL WORK GUARANTEED 611 W. University In pay. 8 hour day S For Sale 64 Volk wagon, :
Ave. 378-13SS day week, aide: leave, vacation. 9400. Call 431. 1763. Raifwd. :

All Makes And Models I II SEWING MACHINE Cleaned state retirement. If interested Itp
please apply In person Personnel
oiled and adjusted In
yourhome.
I FOR RENT-Furnished! attractive
(Manager, Simland Training Center.
PHONE 964-8988 I : $3.00. Vacuum cleaner 2 bedroom cottaga. Also
repairs also. All work ruirinte.ed. Gainesville. Fla. furnished duplex nice neighborhood.
Ave. Owner Starke Florida I Dennis E. Cogglna, Phone An equal opportunity employ
2165 N. Tempt. Harry Tooker ., W. H. Nouman.
L t-l&28. er.
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