Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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;:; 1ft'.: Officials Attend
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4 Bradford officials last there is area-wide in
; .. Thursday attended a Florida in having the stretch of
." ; Crown Council Chambers of US-301 between Baldwin and Cal- Help
'.' .. Commerce meeting designed to lahan four-laned. But neither

: ""' .. help each county better promote Chamber of Commerce PresidentMac
:" recreation and tourism expectedin Baldwin and Chamber Man-
'. the next two years. ager John Myers, in separate
Bradford officials were par- Interviews, painted a bright pic
/ ticularly Interested In determln- ture.
The State Department Trans From Railroad
portation's five-year plan doesn't
If'-.. : ? UnionPlans Include four-laning that stretchof
\ US-301, the local officials

were told. It will probably be a' A A Southern
r In the 1975-80 budget proposalsof Railway
,! the DOT, Baldwin said he 1., Aq Systems official has a-
$ was told. greed to ask his firm to
"(f, Only hope to get the stretch t install one or two culvertsunder
OwnK paved sooner would be for the
ss* entire Florida Crown. area to the G, S, & F railroad -

join in appealing to the DOT, bed at Sampson

Summer Baldwin says. Another possibility a Canal.
might be working through
Disney World officials interested Jack E. DeValle, chief engineer
in channeling traffic to Or- of bridges for the Southerm ys-
ProgramRejecting lando via 301. tem agreed Tuesday to presentthe
"We're going to continue to Bradford' County; Com-
$20,000 In Head Start do everything we can do," Bald- mission's request to his firm.
win says. "It's probably the same At the same time, DeValle said
funds, the Union County; School
I. Board took action to launch its old story, the wheel that squeaksthe ? ay'r he Is not certain placing the as-
own summer kindergarten pro- loudest will get the grease." ditional culverts will solve the
A representative of Leisure high water problem in Rowell,
Reversing a stand taken Mon- Systems, Inc., Washington, D.C., Crosby, and Sampson Lakes.
day night to agree with CUBB told the Crown officials gatheredthat The RR official met with four
Economic Agency demands to a single crown county; pro- members of the county commission
hire three new poverty level bably wouldn't have the resour- and three residents in an
teacher aides, the Union school ces to develop itself as a tour- + attempt to find a solution to the
board voted late Tuesday to use ist center. But he said Leisure t trl-lake! drainage problem that
Its own funds to operate a sum- Systems has made studies and plagues residents along Alligator
mer program for kindergartenage recommended specific recrea- Creek in Starke and on the three
children of all Income lev- tional possibilities for such a- lakes In times of extreme high
reas as the Florida Crown. lie water. If it was wet now the
els.CUBB had threatened to cut placed the cost of such a studyof group couldn't have been put Into -
off the $20,000 In Head Start the 12-counfy; north Florida the.courthouse, chairman
funds .due Union County: unless area at $25,000. Zedra Hamilton said. "'
t the three new poverty level aides About 90 county, city, and DeValle asked tie Commissionto .
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were hired by today. The CUBB Chamber of Commerce officials write him a letter stating

.... .......r-.., lMShe's .,,al..an office in Starke said Wednesday attended the Crown Council ses- exactly what the county; wants
morning it had not been notified sion in Lake City. Sampson Canal railroad culverts get yet another done to the railroad bed at the
of Union's newest actionto Attending from Bradford County examination by county officials this time with culverts. He said he would haveto
take over its own program. were Baldwin, Myers, Starke Southern Railway's chief of bridges. Photo taken submit the request to his
A SizzlerCoolest According to Cason, the sum- Mayor Carl Hurst, County Com- superiors and that it first had.
standing on the railroad culverts looking east toward!
mer kindergarten will be finan- missioner J.M. (Buck) Norman, to be examined by Southern's
ced solely through school funds and William Summers the lake. legal advisors. DeValle made It

young lady in town Tuesday was Miss Elaine Lovorn, and will accomodate the 68 children The Crown group was told, clear he wanted the railroadout
Bradford County strawberry queen, who beat the temperature on top already signed up for Head Chamber Manager Myers said, of danger of being sued by
of a 200-pound block of ice under the Sizzler Clock. Start.time Because of the decreased that in the next two years the Dog's Tracking Ability age any problem.The action it. takes on the drain-
now available the program annual tourist Influx to Florida
The Keystone Heights beauty is calling attention to First Fcderal's will last only four weeks, from will Increase from 22 millionto Means B&E Conviction county; commissioners
Sir tier'Contest. Residents are invited to guess, between now:, July 13 to Aug. 7, Instead of 25 million, and by 1975 will assured him there would be no
and July'31: the first! day, hour, and minute, between July 10 and the six week Head Start pro- reach a projected 30 million legal problem. They said the
work will be done
A bloodhound named Bugle was entering. at the county'srequest
Labor Day, the temperature on First Federal's huge sign will reach g They same teachers who will figures persons.less Myers than described he has heard those the star witness Thursday in a Circuit Court Judge John J. and pointed out the

100 degrees. serve during the regular kln- projected but says that is "still Jury's conviction of James Henry Crews sentenced Moore to an county's; immunity; to suit was
First prize is a refrigerator, of course. "Hook" Moore for breaking and Indeterminate term of from six reinstated at midnight Tuesday.
(Continued .-on Page Four (Continued) on Page Four. ) months to five In prison.
years Also discussed: as a means of
Testimony upholding the trackIng further controlling flow of water
Summer Cage Youth Criti'alJIJurl ability; of Bugle, a blood- west from Sampson Canal was
QualifyingTo r hound from Florida State PrI- the installation of some type; of
Meeting SetA son at Ralford and a pair of spillway. DeValle and the com-
black shoes played a large partof missioners think one is needed
meeting to organize a summer Begin 5 Auto Crashes Occur Moore's conviction of break- but no definite plans were made
basketball program is set ing Into the local Greyhound bus to build one. DeValle said If
Monday July 6, at 7 jun. in station, owned by Lacy Conway, the county; would sink pilings
the Bradford High gym, accord- last Nov. 2. The Intruder netted .or the spillway, he would get
ing to Coach Mike Sexton only a few cents in coin. second-hand timbers from the
period begins next railroad for It. That way, he
All boys in grades 9-12 are Tuesday July 7, for candidates: Moore was arrested at his pointed out, the spillway couldbe :
invited to participate. planning to run for public office On Slick City StreetsKeith home In Reno after Bugle Tracked constructed at little or no
in the Sept. 8 city and county; from Inside the bus depot, expense.
primaries. thorugh the Bradford High The commissioners, however,
Candidates for county; offices Patray, 17-yeapold son School parking lot past the Catholic are Interested now In adding additional -
Qfie may qualify beginning at noon of Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray, Church. !cross Temple culverts under the railroad -
Tuesday. The Starke City Council 1300 E. Call Street, Starke, is Avenue (US 30))), and through at a level than the present
< o drier will Issue a call for elect. in the University of Florida MedIcal yards and back alleys Moore's three culverts. "We'll Install
Ion next Tuesday night at its Center with injuries sustained screen door. them and then see what effect
regular meeting and candidates: in one of five wreckson At the school parking lot, a that has," was one com-
may qualify following that, according raln-slickened city streets pair of shoes excited the blood- missioner's comment.
0.q to City Clerk Merrill Thursday and Friday. hound, according to H.E. Gamble Adding the culverts is apparently
Edwards. The Inured youth is still in r his trainer, and helped the solution the commission -
Second primary voting In the the intensive care unit of the ti J, now thinks Is easles
29 with med center. He has head ,. (Continued Page Four)
county; falls on Sept. chest on !urplest. and least expensive
the general election Nov.3.Books and eye injuries. His conditionis u> the county;
close for the Sept. 8 first primary termed critical. 3 Sentences It was stressed that lowering the
on August 8 and reopen Patray's 1964 Chevrolet collided level of the present RR culverts
Nov. 9 In the county.; in a heavy downpour witha will drain Sampson Lake. Chairman -
Last day for Incumbents to semi-truck and trailer owned Given After Zedra Hamilton repeatedlytold
'Our Country Day' resign In order to seek another by Petroleum Carrier Corp. Just the RR official that In wet
office was June 27, but no county south of the Alligator Creek Home Entry weather the Commission gets
Gala 4th of July ; office: holder has done that. bridge on Temple Ave. (US301)at complaints about the high water.
Second primary voting In the 7:37 a.m. Friday, according but in dry times complaints are
William R. Rodeheaver whose
CelebrationKeystone City; falls on Sept. 22. City; registration to the Starke Police Department. made that th .lake is being drain-
will remain open until Police theorize Patray's car escape from a county rode gang ed dry.
Beech 5 p.m. Aug. 24. Voters may went out of control a* it was Aug. 4, 1969 led to invading the It was decided that if culvertsare
Rotary Fish Fry any, day at the city; heading south toward Gainesvilleand added under the railroad bed
W. A. Stern home south of
5 to 7 P.M. register crossed into oncoming traffic Starke they should be placed at a level

Swim Program hall.At stake will be seats on the in the northbound lane. Patrolman -.__ _'__.-._ .__.... a,1 .............._'S'__..'e...._........,....__ ._ -.... nesday changed in his Circuit plea Court.to guilty; Wed- higher than the present ones.Nobody -
Benefit Harold
Starke City Council the Brad- Crews, Investigating in the group Tuesday knew
Judge John J. Crews sentenced
BoataramaFree ford County; Commission and officer, said Wednesday This was the scene Friday morning on US-301 south looking north him to 20 on one count of how high, however.Commissioner .
School Board. plus state offices he still was not completely cer- years Ralph Bryan
Fireworks toward Starke. The overturned carrier lies in the southbound
petroleum breaking and five
how the accident
: from the seats of Reps. happened. said engineering help would be
Kingstey Cake Gene Shaw and Ralph Tyre, Gov. Many of the skid marks and traffic lane. The driver was unhurt.and a second B&E charge, and necessary at least to determine
Fire Claude Kirk's office and the other visible signs of the crash five years for grand larceny of
office: of retiring U.& Senator ere washed away, he said, and extensive damage was doneto ....4 an automobile, to run concur- that.Hamilton explained the drainage
Dept. "MeetingThurs. Spessard Holland. iouthbound traffic going around the petroleum carrier.A t rently. The three sentences were problem to DeValle at the
It will be an off-year electionIn .he; wreck in the northbound lane second semi-truck following also specified: to run concurrentwith courthouse,.then the group visited
behind the petroleum carrier, the sentence he was pre-
obliterated much
the county; with only two com- evidence. Sampson Canal SRS-235 where
7:30 P.M. jackknifed when the driver, Bernice viously serving on an earlier
Point of In the
mission seats open- those of impact was the road and the railroad run
Voting l* t. House Commissioners Buck Nor- northbound lane. The semi-truck Wilson MItchell 47, applied conviction of auto theft.
man and Mrs. Jessie Chastaln. veered into the southbound lane brakes to avoid the crash ahead. Rodeheaver and Mike Farland, side by side. Using a drawing:
c-.r0l Norman has announced: for reelection and turned on its side across Mitchell was not injured. who made the escape try together prepared by Surveyor Merrill
and Mrs. Chastaln,from the road, blocking that lane for Patrolman Crews said when Pa-he c broke Into the Stem home McMillan, the chairman showed
several A bulldozer had arrived at the scene, young DeValle that the highway
the Hampton-Theressa district hours. while the owners were gone.When square -
E.W. Hodges Hampton Lake resident big petroleum carrier. Driver his car. they were trussed in bedsheets, rea than the three round RR
is expected to seek her of the truck, Bennie Wright, 30, First of the five wrecks occurred and money, some personal things culverts The highway culverts:
tate ; Lnh seat. was not injured. at 4:05 p.m. Thursdayat and their automobile stolen when are also at a lower lev*!.
Voters must also elect a county The right fron of the semi- Temple Ave. andWalnutStreet he escapees made their getaway. At present, It can be seen
AMY Nw rJ 1 I;? cleric to !fttllhe fIwo-yearterD1 truck collided with the middleof In front of Shuford's Service The two were picked up by FBI that the railroad culverts are
N Station. Redding,
Mrs. Alethla
.....-- of the late veteran clerk Charles the right side of Patray'scar gents this spring, according tore acting as a dam or spillway
r.i.l _c-: Patrolman Crews said. 25, Starke, was charged with Bradford Sheriffs Depart- because of the height at which

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v- .uww.y.Gladys Rehearsal;; ] Dinner 1 I 1 1 J Miss Debra JohnsIs Miss Elaine Youngblood Becomes Bride

C j For Jordan-Allen I It1I11I1Ii \: InspirationFor Of Tony Kennan In Hampton ChurchMiss

t'' : Tea
f, Ml. and Mrs. B.F. Allen Jr. Lovely Elaine Youngblood,
'entertained at buffet dinner
Miss Debra Jane Johns, bride- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Law-
June 19
party Friday evening, ,
elect of July 17, was complimented ton Youngblood of Hampton, became -
'" at the Turkey-Creek Inn In Mac-
the bride of Tony Kennan,
C ; at a tea Saturday afternoon at
their BenF.
clenny honoring son,
the home of Mrs. Warren son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Allen ni, and his fiancee, t, vs
Miss Donna Elizabeth 1 Jordan, Winkler. Hostesses with Mrs. Kennan of Waldo Saturday eve .
the Winkler were Mrs. J.D. Anderson ning, June 20. ,
following couple's wedding
Mooty: Phone 9647608Society Mrs.Maxie The double-ring ceremony was
.I rehearsal. Mrs.R.E. Biggs,
Guests attending Included the Carter Jr., Mrs. J. E. Denmark, performed by the Rev. Melvin
'C' Editor Hamel at First Baptist Church,
and Mrs G.J. McGrlff Jr.
honored couple, the bride's par-
Hampton. Candlelight from a
ents, the wedding party; and out- Mrs. Winkler greeted guestsat
\ the door and presented them to tiered row of candleabra behind s
1bA 1t' of-town
.A relatives. tilhililli"c'
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the pulpit was the setting
mother Mrs.
The honored couple presented the honoree; her ,
personal gifts to their attendants Jerome Johns, and grandmother, pots of greenery and two large rk '
baskets of white gladioli and
,. during the evening. Mrs. John Marcus Howard of
Lake Butler. pale blue Fuji mums Greenery
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. May- .
twined the candleabra and altar
ben of Gainesville announce the The tea table In the dlningroom

birth of twin, sons, Russell Er- llI'i' was covered with an Importedlace rail.On
the front table were the
nest and Fredrick Harold, on cloth, centered with 1 an arrangement -
June 30 In the Gainesville Med- of purple statice and Bible, a bouquet of white 'I
ical Center. a pink carnations In a silver bowl. lips and a trio of candles,

Maternal grandparents are Mr. IllhIlJ ; This was flanked by two three- ed during the ceremony to

and Mrs. Russell Green of Bro- + t branch candelabra with pink tap- bolize the two joined toge
oker Paternal grandmother is ers. Presiding at the punch bowl as one In God's sight. 11
., Mrs. Wilma Mayben. were Mrs. John M. Howard Jr. Given In marriage by
rs'- of Lake Butler and Mrs. W.B. father, the bride wore a
? 73 r4x Mundy.In empire gown of white
Rotary Officers I the family room Miss Den- over satin, with fitted lace

r4; Are InstalledAt Ise Winkler and Mrs. John L. dice, long sleeves and -
Anderson of Cocoa presided atthe ed neckline. The skirt and

Ladies NightNew punch bowl which was placedon edged train were appliqued
a round table covered with a lace clusters highlighted
officers for the 1970-71 lace cloth. An arrangement of pearls. Her shoulder-length 1

r4, '\. year were installed Thursday am8x, yellow daisies was used at this of tulle was held In place

..".., night, June 25, at a Ladies Night table. Also assisting In caringfor a coronet of pearls, and
e ., .t.,. dinner by the Starke Rotary Clubin the guests were Kathleeen wore a double-strand pearl 1
1 'I .r the Golf and Country Club. Me Griff and Sonja and Sarah lace, a gift from the
.- : The following officers were Installed .. Biggs. Her cascade bouquet was
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by District Governor Gen- N The hostesses presented the tered with a white orchid,

i try White, ofSt. Augustine; Pres- Vickie Lynn Putnam Weds Sgt. JacksonIn honoree with a piece of her cho- stephanotis, ivy and ribbons. ;
ident, \UeWitt i'. Farabee, Jr. ; sen silver pattern as a mementoof Jo Ann Salter was -

,.,'' Vice President, J.D. Doyle; Sec- Presbyterian Ceremony, June 19 the occasion. honor and bridesmaids
retary, Harry M. Hatcher, Jr.; Three hundred guests were Invited Sandee Youngblood, sister of

Treasurer, William W. Hood; The First Presbyterian Churchwas satin streamers.A to call between the hours of bride and Carolyn Kennan,

Sergeant-at-Arms, A.L. Crosby, the setting for the marriageof reception was held in the 2:30: and :5 p.m.Luncheon. ter of the bridegroom. by'I
Jr.; board of directors, Dr. A.J. Miss Vickie Lynn Putnam, manse which was decorated with matching empire dresses of

Barry, Robert Burch, Richard daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JamesF. arrangements of white chrysan- Given blue dotted swiss had full

? I Jockel, James A. Griffin, and Putnam, to Sgt. Jeffrey Blake themums and gladioli. For BridesmaidsOf ed long sleeves of white

J'" Ii T.T. Long. Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Standing In the receiving line swiss, with light blue
Following the steak dinner, the Edward Blake Jackson. Rev. were the bride and groom, their Miss BarksdaleMiss at the back. They wore

retiring president, J.D. Doyle Robert D. Burch performed the parents, and bridal attendants.The tered flowers in their hair,
I Phyllis Haddock James B Talley III gave his annual report and turnedthe nuptials on June 19 at 8 p.m. bride's table was covered Bobbie Sue Barksdale was carried ivy-twine candles,

Exchange Vows in Methodist Church Rites gavel over to the new The altar was enhanced with with a lace cloth and centered honored at bridesmaids lunch- tened In nosegays of pale
president.The with four-tiered wedding cake
pedestal baskets of white gladioli a last Friday In the Pecan Roomof tulle and tiny flowers.
United In marriage Saturday, Following a wedding trip to entertainment program Included and mums against a back- topped with a bride and groom, the Garden Restaurant givenby Cynthia McCallister, cousin

June 20, at 8 p.m. in the First the Smoky Mountains the couple the "Not So Newly Wed ground of arched candelabrawith and doves. Mrs. Jo Ann Crosbyand her aunts, Mrs. Oliver Mur- the bride from Waldo, was
United Methodist Church were will reside at 421 S.E. 8th street, Game, a take-off on a popular burning white tapers and Mrs. R.A. Underhill cut thebride's ray of St. George, S.C., Mrs. were girl, gowned to match
television during which Miss Claudette
Miss Phyllis Dean Haddock, Gainesville The bride chose for program greenery. cake. Richard Williams of New Port other attendants Darrell

daughter of Mr and Mrs. Cosby traveling a sleeveless costume four couples were quizzed and Mrs. Charlotte Green pre- Peterson kept the bride's book. Richey, and Mrs. J.W. Home Jr. blood, brother of the;\ bride,
Swanson Haddock Sr., and James scored, with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mrs. Ernest Lindes and Miss ring-bearer.
with bodice and white pleated -
navy of of Gulf Breeze.
sented a program nuptial
Terwillegar winning the prize. Debra Johns at the two
Bailey Talley HI, son of Mr. and skirt accented with red, white music. presided Centering the table was an arrangement Mr. Kennan served his son
Mrs. James Bailey ialley Jr. and blue scarf. She wore red accessories Other couples participating were Mr. Jackson attended his son silver punch bowls, which were of pink and white roses best man, and ushers were
Mr. and Mrs. Farabee, Mr. and encircled with and carnations.
Rev. D.T. Farabee performed the and the white butterfly best and ushers Ivy and daisies flanked by silver can- my Boyce of N. Charleston, .
as man, were
Mrs. A.L Crosby, Jr., and Mr. Following a wedding trip the
cousin of the
nuptials. bridegroom
rose from her bride's bou- entwined In Ivy and hold- ,
Robert Autry and Charles Howell. delabra
and Mrs. Ted Oglesby. The is at :
Gold Candelabra formed an pro- couple residing Arlington, Bridal Joey Sasser of Atlanta.
quet. Miss Janice attendedas pink tapers. place
Mobley Ing
arch at the Altar where the cou- Mr. Talley Is employed at Florida gram was presented by Richard Va. where Mr., Jackson is marked the seating arrangement Bennett, cousin of the
maid of honor and bridal attendants cards
Jockel and Robert Burch.
The bride chose for her
ple knelt for prayer during the Hydrocarbons plant In Miss Patricia stationed. for the 18 guests. groom from Jacksonville,
Favors of compacts, with the blue and white
Gold candelabra spi- traveling a Navy
Larry Youngblood brother
ceremony. Brooker and will attend Santa Underhill and Mrs. David Wayne The hostesses presented their ,
Rotary emblem, were presentedto with white accessories
rals and candelabra trees and I.'e Junior College in the fall. Kirkland Miss Terry JoDecanlo dress niece with a silver water pitcheras the bride of Waldo, were
fern trees formed the back- Rotaryanns attending. complemented with a rose cor- men. '
of the occasion.
was flower girl. All attendantswere a memento
ground. sage. Nuptial music was provided :
gowned alike In green satin

tial Providing music were a program Mrs. L.J.of Green nup-, Miss Linda Stone, B,LIck Matthews with white embossed overlay and ,'I':/
standup ruffled colar, satin bowsat
port organist, soloist., and Rev. John Daven- United In Hampton.Baptist Ceremonystationed the empire waist, poet sleeves PRE-HOLIDAY SALE CELEBRATION OPEN ,:01

with fitted cuffs adorned with i'9r\ .
Tommy Talley attended his
satin buttons wrist 1
from the to
brother as best man, and the In ceremonies at the First at Eglln AFB, near JULY 4
the elbow. Their eye-length 1 veils
ushers were Bruce Haddock, bro- Baptist Church tnlla Fort Walton, Fla. for the past
secured with bows
ther of the bride, Ray Norman and urday morning,, June '.pto1Sat-! ,;lUttmortths: : since completing: were matching
decorated with seed
Tommy Thomas of Starke,and Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs." training in. Colorado The bride pearls.They
Leman Alvarez of Gainesville. D.B. Stone of Hampton became graduated from BUS In June as wore silver charm necklaces engraved '>}
with their Initials and the
Miss Vicki Seay of Winston- the bride of Buck Matthews, son Valedictorian of her class. bride and grooms'name and wed- A\ i I / p ,
Salem, N.C. attended as maidof of Mrs. Margarite Matthews of Mrs. G. A. Kennan entertainedat t
ding date, gift from the bride. 1
honor. Attendants were Mrs. Waynesboro, Pa. a buffet supper at the churchon a .
David Canova, Starke, Miss Linda Ifev. Melvin Hamcl performedthe Friday evening after the wed- They carried nosegays of yellowand f.
white daisies and carnationswith
Williamson, Miss Sharon Baker double-ring ceremony. ding rehearsal. Open-face sandwiches -
the bride's cousin, and Miss Greenery and daisies formed an cookies and cake were green satin streamers.The .
Becky Haddock, the bride's niece, archway at the front of the served to the rehearsal party bride, given In marriage by
all of Jacksonville.The church, over a large basket of and families from a white-cov- her father, wore an empire styled; t
attendants were attired Fuji mums, chrysanthemums ered table centered with chrysan- gown of silk organza and chantillylace g th
alike In aqua karate A-line floor- daisies and baby's breath. themums. fashlnoned with 1 a high neck-

length gowns with Venise lace Given in marriage by her uncle Out of town guests for the wed- line and trumpet sleeves. Her $.,
matching mantilla train attached
and ribbon around the Mandarin Bill Cobb of N. Hollywood, Fla., ding Included Mr.and Mrs. Frank was -
to a Juliet of lace Her
collar empire waist and short the bride wore a long satingown, Pettis of Charlotte, N.C., Mr and cap r-
sleeves. A floating panel on the with Chantilly lace bodice and Mrs. Bill Cobb and children of only ornament was a gold cross SHEDS

back of their gowns was attached sleeves, fitted top and full skirt. N. Hollywood, and Mrs. A.G. centered with a cultured pearl, a
with a bow and trimmed In Her re-embroidered laceedgedsatin Miller and sons of Ocala. gift of the groom. She carried a ,
of white and white TANK TOPS
Venise lace. Their veils of Illusion train echoed the single nosegay roses ,

were secured to match- scallop at the front of the skirt. ,A 1rrlJ

Ing flower petals and buds.They Her elbow-length veil of tulle SHIRTS
carried mixed flower bouquetsof was held In place by a beaded Carter-Barley ENTIRE STOCK

asters, daisey pompoms and pillbox, and she carried a bou-
baby's breath with ribbon stream- quet of tiny yellow roses, white Marriage Told k < REGULAR $2.99 JAMAICA*

daisies, carnations and baby'sbreath.

ers.Given in marriage by her fat- Mr. and Mrs. George Carter ORT SHIRTS \ r
her, the bride wore an ivory, Debra Hicks of Hampton was announce the marriage of their 'r 77 /

silk organze A-line, floorlengthgown 1 maid of honor, and attendantswere daughter Linda Ruth to Mich- ,

featuring bishop sleeves Sylvia Smith of Starke, : ael James Barley, son of Mr. T
and high Mandarin-type; neckline; Sandee Fletcher of Jacksonville, r and Mrs. Robert James Barleyof
peau de'ange lace and seed pearlson and Toni Stone, sister of the Punta Gorda. The wedding 2
the bodice with appliques down bride. All wore matching gownsof took place June 13 In RIdgeland, 4 f

the front and hemline. The detachable yellow tulle over taffeta, with 1 i S.C.

train was of silk organza white ribbon beading at the J t
and lace. Her elbow length 1 veil empire waistline, and puffed sleeves The couple is residing at Port Big selection permanent % t S2.99 values "ffC ,

of ivory silk Illusion was securedto Their matching headpieceswere Charlotte where Mr. Barley is .4. press, solids, stripes & \ ,,,,.
lace petals with seed pearls large bows of tulle with employed with his father at plaids s -XL. All SIZES

and an organza bow. She car- attached flower-sprigged veiling Brown's Machinery. \ i A I 1
ried a bouquet of stephanotis with and they carried yellow w i / i j

each bloom centered with pearls; Fujis with yellow net ruff and Phyllis Haddock r SHORTS f.t
feather carnations, and velvet trailing ribbons. ik } .
Ivy centered with white butter- Lori Stone, sister of the bride, Gives LuncheonFor
fly roses.A was flower girl, with a yellow + Fantastic buy in permanent "

reception was held In Fellow- gown and headpiece to match the BridesmaidsMiss $244 press Ivy or Frayed Leg Models oOFF

ship Hall where the guests were other attendants. She strewed BighamWilliamsEngagement > Ivy 29-42, Frayed 2936.BOY'S '.j
greeted at the door by Mrs. yellow rose petals from her bas Phyllis Haddock who was tJ
S.L. Peek Jr. Standing In the ket. Larry Stone, brother of the Told married to James Talley ni on $$3" reg..53.44 .,
receiving line were the bride bride, was ring bearer. June 20, gave a bridesmaids ON ALL LADIES

and groom and their parents. Ronnie Knight of Hampton was Mr. & Mrs. William E. Big- luncheon Thursday, June 18, at .'
The bride's table was flankedon best man, and groomsmen were ham, Jr., of Brooker, announcethe her home on Raiford Road. r SWIMSUITSLADIES ,
either side with a basketof Charles Hicks, Otis Melton, and engagement and approaching ,

white mums, gladioli and fea- Nathan Green. marriage of their daughter, Pat- Arrangements of hydrangeas, M'
thered carnations.The guest book Providing bridal music were ricia Jean, to Kenneth Michael day lilies and roses were used

was kept by the bride's cousin, Mrs. George Kennan and Tony Williams, son of Mr. & Mrs. in the party rooms. The dining \.
Mrs. Linda Harrcll. On the table Kennan of Hampton, the latteran Ivan Williams, of Lake Butler room table was covered with a
was a single anniversary Air Force friend stationed Miss 'Bighorn is a graduate of yellow linen cloth, centered withan
candle given to the bride and with the room for two years. Bradford High School and of arrangement of mixed summer KNIT &

groom by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Miss Carolyn Kennan was pial st. Florida State University where flowers. Bridal place cards
Rose Mary Griffin. Following the ceremony, the she received her B.S. degree In marked the seating arrangement '
The bride's table was covered reception was held at the church. Criminology Corrections and wasa for the eight guests who includedher SHIRTS .. -

with a white organza cloth and Greenery and daisies trimmedthe member of Delta Zeta Sorority; five bridesmaids, her mot- ,
centered with a four-tiered wed- refreshment tables and were Mr. Williams Is a graduate of her, Mrs. C.S. Haddock and Mrs.

ding cake decorated with roses used In bouquets. The bride's Union County; High School, has J.B. Talley Jr., mother of the $ '=
and lllles-of-the-valley. Silver cake, three tiered with columns, completed a tour of duty In the bridegroom. 3 LADIES CHILDS (
candelabra holding white tapers was frosted in white with yel- U.S. Air Force, and Is employedby for

were placed at each end of the low roses and topped with a Thurow Electronics In Jack- w J TENNIS.

table alone' with the brides- miniature bride and groom Ina sonville. $1"
maids' bouquets as accent points. flower cage. Serving the cake The wedding will be an eventof reg. ea. 4
Saturday, Sept 5, at 8 p.m.,
The punch table also covered were Mrs. Green and Mrs. C
with white organza, held two W.D. Carter and at the punch In the Brooker Baptist Church, SHOES
bowl were Mrs. Charles Wil- All friends and relatives are Invited -
crystal punch liamson, Mrs. Tracy Jones, and to attend.Duplicate. MEN'SSW1MWEAR .
with leather leaf fern and white New Arrivals : our $1.59
pompoms. The bridesmaids bou- Mrs. D.E. Hill Bridge reg.
quets were also used as color The bride's book was kept by i

accents. Mrs. D.C. Haddock and Miss Elaine Kennan, at a white- Geoffrey Wrenshall and Jud- \ White & Black-Ladies, Blue & Red-Childs. 5.10 512.

Mrs. Russ Bedell presided at the covered table lighted by yellow son Clements were the winning
Mr. and
Mrs. James
candles The two refreshment Biggs of ReRt .
punch bowls. couple at the Duplicate Bridge
tables were covered in lace, Murray, Ky. announce the adopt- 248 l LADIES DRESS SHOESNow
Mrs. E.J. Baker Mrs. H.C. underlaid with yellow. Club Tuesday night where there ion of a son, James Edward V'f$ ;$2.99
Sorensen and Mrs. R.J. Grif- were five tables in play.
fin aunts of the bride, cut the After the ceremony, the cou- Mrs. J.D. Odom and Mrs. Biggs Jr., born June 8. Maternal V

wedding cake. Assisting were ple left for a wedding trip to George Miller were second and grandparents Henry Stefanelll are of Mr.Starke.and Mrs. reg. $S599 fo $$799] $iI

Miss Susie David Miss Caro- Pennsylvania to visit relativesof Mrs. J.E. Wilson and Mrs. SWIMWEAR
lyn Haddock and Miss Marolyn be the bridegroom. lie expectsto George K. Bennett were third. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Vallenga White, blank, tan or brawn
stationed In England with ,
Haddock the bride's nieces.Rice The club meets every Tuesday 88IJ
bags were handed out by Joyce the Air force for three years night at 7:30: p.m. In the Pratt Starke, announce the birth of a t" ', reg. to 524'
and the daughter, Joy Elizabeth, June
new Mrs. Matthews will on \ ,
Farabee and Barbara Godwin. street Recreation Center and Is
23 in Alachua
join him there. He has been open to the public. General Hospital.

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CP;;le inlf;;'=:J gomery.and were Mr.Mr.family Friday and and of Mrs.and Mrs.Old Saturday George Hickory David Lawson,guestsof Mont-Tenn. Here's Some Big News From 1, ,

Mrs. Kate Shecoard Is In
Brunswick Ga. for ten days
Mr. and Mr Glen Reddish ,,
Miss Donna visiting Mr. and "Mrs. M. ii. First Federal Of Starke .
Jordan O'Brian-Barksdale of Luling, La. spent Wednesdayto Sheppard. They will be joinedby y

Weds B. F. Allen III P.O.Sunday Reddish.with Sheriff and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Sheppardand
Wedding PartyEntertained
family of Demopolts, Ala.
MacclennyMiss Mrs. J.S. Sapp has returned

from two weeks visit with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Koon of ENTER

Donna Elizabeth Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Agnes Heath and Mr. and Mrs. Mayo were Sunday visitors of

daughter of Mr. and Mrs.DorseyA. O'Brian entertained at a dinner Sandi Anderson in Fort Lauder- Mrs. Pearl Edwards.Mr. OU,1 y

Jordan of Glen St." Mary, became party; at the Branding Iron dining dale.Mrs. and Mrs. L.E. Moseleyand
the bride of Benjamin room Thursday night of last week W.R. Richardson was In r'
of New Orleans were
Franklin Allen m, son of Mr. honoring their son, James P. 0' Baltimore, Md. June 3-17 where and Wednesday visitorsof IIlLER
and Mrs. B.F. Allen Jr. of Brian, and his finance Miss she attended the wedding of her Tuesday
Ms mother, Mrs. Edith
Starke, in a candlelight cere- Bobbie Sue Barksdale followingthe granddaughter, Pamela Schulerto Christensen.
mony Saturday evening, June 20, couple's wedding rehearsal.An Bruce Schanale on June 7.
at 8 o'clock in the Christian arrangement of pink ana
Pearl Colson of Green ',
Fellowship Church Macclenny.. white carnations and daisies was Mr. and Mrs. John Hebb Jr. of Cove Mrs. visitor Contest NOW ;.
Rev. William Crews, uncle of used at the head table and down Bartow and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Springs was a Sunday -

the bride, officiated at the double- the length of the T-shaped table Cray of Fort Lauderdale and of Mrs. W.H. Hart and family. 1

ring ceremony. was garland of ivy Interspersed families were Friday to Monday 6 //i/ iWe're ,' .
Calvin Williams of Arlington
Centering the altar were two with roses and daisies. Bridal guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Va. visited his aunt, Mrs. W.S., What Is It ?

pedestal baskets of white mums place cards marked the seating Paterson. Slade, Wednesday of last week.

and gladioli against a backgroundof arrangement for the 27 guests, Archie Green of Chicago, 111.
who included the honored
greenery. couple, Is visiting his mother, Mrs. L. Lt Col. (retired) and Mrs.
their the Giving Away Some Real Fine Prize
The bride, given in marriageby parents, wedding party; J. Green, for a week. R.G. Kldd and sons, John and
her father floor length and out-of-town guests.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. David Christ- Scott Fort Walton Beach will
gown of lace over silk organza O'Brian and Miss Barks- opher and daughters of FItz- spend, of the weekend with Mr and To Those Who Can Guess (or come the
with high neckline, fitted bodice dale presented personal gifts to
gerald, Ga. are spending Wed- Mrs. George Flynn Sr.
and full skirt ending in a cathedral dinner.their attendants during the nesday to Sunday with her par- closest to guessing) When our Thermometer
train In Alencon lace.
edged ents, Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Din- Col. and Mrs. J.W. McNeer of
Her matching shoulder length kins. St. Petersburg spent the first Reaches 100 Degrees AFTER July 10th. ":
veil was attached to a lace head ;
Miss Sherry Woods of the week with Mrs. M.F.
piece. She carried a bridal bou- Mrs. D.T. Farabee and Mrs. Brown. AND YOU CAN HAVE 2 GUESSES .

quet of stephanotis with white Complimented Jack Eaves and their children ..r
roses, centered with an orchid. Local admittances to Bradford t
with Mrs. R. ;
spent last Friday
At Bridal ShowerMiss at
Her only ornament was a pearl County Hospital this week '
necklace, a gift of the groom. S.Lake.Mullins and family at Hall include: Herman GeigerJ r", Mrs. Here Are The Details! ..... ....... '

Byron and Dwaine Raulerson Sherry Woods, who was of Leona Stern, Mrs. Hester L. CONTEST RULES
served Prevatt Mr. and Mrs. L.C.Early Thomas. Donald RonSilcox Mrs. I 1. Who,I. IIhl-. an<.... .... Plr.. JUDGING
as candlelighters.Miss married to Emory Jr. t l FM
Anna, 111. have purchased the will, of Him*. ,mnli,,. ...,dlrwlora' nr I heir. I. Official,aourra far th.Mlnul., wan the!..,.
Koxy Giddens was maidof :on June 19 was complimented W.B. Sewell home on N. Wal- Elizabeth Noegel, Mrs. Mildred ,..,III... jralnr.. llrM ..nrh.. inn d.._ I" H''.....
honor and Miss Gloria Camp with a bridal shower Saturday, nut Street and plan to move in Modling, Mrs. Susan Geiger, and 2. Whal -{.._.h. 'Mm. and Dm., ''ho'iho, .od 0'piirpoan,........,ol..,.,in.Hlnter"Mn .,.ho Yin/will b.Y.d.nl I1..II.,M.
.1"Hit will Hml' .how IIHI!dr.r..Ins .....
served as bridesmaids. They evening, June 13, at the First within the next two weeks. Mr. Richard L. Williams, Starke; 'IW 1070. July H.
wore floor length, empire Christian Church educational and Mrs. of Irene Supsky, Hampton; Mrs. H, Knliv muttl, ... nv.Uml' sir ptMimarknt, I. Th. shot. kaa bmt.wind, In..1... whnt 'I1..
Irnwralur. .
waisted gowns of pink dotted building. Hostesses were Mrs. Mrs. A.J. Eaves Early of are Starke.parents Betty; H. Johns, Lawtey; and John axr.nuI. l..ul 4H Hi.lit. ...rn..nnr alun .IndlcnM IIHII lorh. lh.rmnm.lir.11771.. The I DO rlota. dMr.x. will,,.on,,::. S

swiss with matching headpiecesand Mansell Ayer and Mrs. J.M. Henry Knight, Brooker. I I. Vau MHV..,..Iwlrr.. ,In nrrtrr. 'In An an you In talnrii,/ until'Ih.'wilitul.our, .official.Ih.. .Inn hat..>?. II...ncallbril-waa .1|. >jIo.h
carried single mums. Edwards Jr. fthmild.' n.. 'Inry"0"' (Hwn h.r.> and farm N.S .. f
Mr and Mrs. J.L. Gentry spent Costello and Vic Ban- 'ir ..
which ,
Buzzy YOU mat plrk up nl mir .III. In meal, ,h. rhwA. I. .
Little Miss Brenda King was The gifts were arranged the 010tH NI M roan
on Thursday to Sunday with their nister of Keystone Heights are 9. Til. rial,,you Mien, mini. h. at,.. Jul'> In, .1..10. byh.. 1nYMr.I. dflMa' ''' N.
flower girl. Her dress was Iden- table covered with a white satin 1070. omit. ah..Imxn Alrpwl'
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. on a motorcycle tour of Canada, .. well Mxm. .1M'...Nrrln"' ...W..hor....durMY Nnlln IhppnlM
'' ,
tical to the honor attendants.Mr. cloth with a bridal doll In the KNIHIKH" Ml HI" UK MMIKII nil UK- .
and Mrs. H.C. Beall Jr. In Ma- the United States, and Mexico. ohN I1. rNwk mq M NI of x10mlxlx.
I Kit M:" Mil"" I AIHI HUN' JIIV II, .
Allen Jr. served his son center. On the piano was a pyra- IU7U.
con, Ga. Weekend guests of Mr. and I, Jnd.m. far ,.. ...1... will ... Ih. RavciiUy.
best of white
as man. Ushergroomsmenwere mid arrangement roses, 7 Tug du .
mil hnvr
In hm.'logo Nrrounlwith omitilllM. of Ih., Flnl r...tcral ...,...and
Mrs. Robert Barksdale who were
Steven Jordan, brother of mums and pompoms. This was IIK In win.H I Lan AwMwInllon H''....*.
Mrs. Claire B. Carter Is con- here to attend the wedding of In Ih. .p1, it II. tha pin will| .. 'I."" 5. If .
the bride, and Joel King of Glen flanked by blue tapers in silver inn dntrm la mil allalnnl pilnr In Lahnr
fined in Methodist Hospital witha their Bobble Sue to lli nlr) rM-.li.il iir p.Imorhwl..rllr.t.' Il.y l I 11"0. .Ih.hlnhi.1. .
St. Mary. candelabra.The broken hip which she received daughter .. Only 0..pd". In n ......... .lnl.rlm (C.I. .. July I II l.itip.ralur.diirlnii through l..hnr Day I1.)
The of the bride entertained table James O'Brian Saturday night will' h. drlrmimdwd, I.. '" ...."'.of 1 Intwun
parents refreshment was coveted ,
in a fall while visiting her brother Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mur- III. H ar*mil rM.MinHlhl| far tnlrir" *IIIH In lb.m.lh Alrptirl and ........rlMlmtalfd' ,arrnrdlniily, .
with the cloth were:
a reception at with a white lace PRIZES
Woman's Club in Macclenny, following over blue satin. Centering the and family In Jacksonville. ray and daughter, Melody, Mrs. --- ....
the ceremony. The receiving table was a punch bowl with baby Johns Ann Reeves and daughter, Judy -- -"i..
Mrs. V.S. St. visited
and W.S. Horne of St George,
line was composed of breath, fern and blue pompoms
the bridal couple, their parents, around the base, flanked by six Mr. and Mrs. Richard St." John S.C. ; Mr. and Mrs. Richard =LPll.d.L-- /THIS IS c '
recently to attend her grandson,
bridal attendants blue tapers In silver candelabras Williams and family of New Port / THE PUCE..
grandmother Vincent's graduation from BUS Richey Mr. and Mrs J.W.Home I
groom's maternal Presiding at the punch bowl was ; Y
Also attending were his uncle
Harris Mullins Jr. and daughters of Gulf Breeze; .
Mrs. J.M. of Miss Jackie Smith. Assisting the
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Perry -
Rev. and Mrs. Leo Hebert and
S.C.A. hostesses were Miss Betty; Jane Gills and children of St. Augustine I PET '
three-tiered wedding cake Morgan and Mrs. J.C. Brown. family of Tallahassee; and Mr. 1J I IMIAd
Following graduation Vin-
and Mrs. James Barclay and .
topped with a miniature bride Outoftown guests Included
cent spent several days with daughter, Anna Lou, of Greenville I
and the bride's Mrs.
groom, centered Mrs J.G. Adkins, Hampton
Mr. and Mrs. St. John in Pal- I Iw
Fla.Ralph .
table. Smith Jacksonville and .
J.R. mentto and Mr. and Mrs. .1 I
Miss Ann Giddens presided at Misses Gail and Sherri Cohalorand Stephen St. John in Hollywood. Morgan, son of Mr. and
tbe bridal register. Mrs. Inez Cohalor of Mary- Mrs. L.U. Morgan Jr. left by -

During the reception hour the land. Attending the Girl ScountCamp plane last Friday for Fort Camp ;

groom's 25th birthday anniver- Chowenwaw at Green Cove bell, Ky. where he will begin
sary was recognized by a group Springs for two weeks are: Neva eight weeks basic training with '
singing Happy Birthday In his Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs. Jayne Flynn, Patty; Mullins, Lynn the Army National Guard. 1" .
honor. Ervin Andrews, Mrs. Vernon Pierce, Joyce Farabee, Andrea Mrs. Leonard Moore and I

After spending some time with Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves, Irene Wainwright, and daughter, Diane, spent Monday .a _
their guests the couple left on a Underhlll and daughter Mary Briar Patray. to Thursday of last week In

wedding trip to the Georgia coast." Sue and Jim Shuford attended Woodbine, Ga. with Mr. and Mrs.
The bride traveled in a red,white funeral services Wednesday .in Rev. and Mrs. E.C. Mayton of Edgar Cottle.

and blue linen dress with Pierson, Ga., for Mr. Paulk's Gainesville were last Wednesday Ralph Morrison of Leesburg

matching accessories and the brother. Clifford Paulk. who was visitors of their grandmother, spent the weekend with his grand-

orchid from her bridal bouquet." killed in an automobile accident" Mrs. T.D. Dyal. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
The bride is a recent honor Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Newmanand Morrison. '
graduate of Baker County; High Mrs. Jack Eaves and childrenand children of Pompano Beach I .
School where she was active in Mrs. Titus Olson and sisters spent Saturday to Wednesday with Among those hearing the talk 7sf Prize If.

student activities and a talen- Miss Ruby Lilley of Paducah, Ky. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy of Lee Hayes on "Remember \ ; .
ted saxophonist in the stage and and Mrs. Golda Wanura of Clemons. the Pueblo" at the George Wash- ENTRY FORM "A" This mini-refrigerator. (Ideal as n second,
Mounds ill of ington Hotel Friday night were
marching band. spent Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Diggs and
las t week at Rainbow Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion, refrigerator or one for the family room.( )
Allen daughter, Carol, spent last Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Frances Meng, Enter The First Federal Sizzler ContestI
Mr. is the grandson of Miss Lilley and Mrs. Wanura nesday to Friday at Panama City
Rev. Ben F. Allen Sr., D.D. and returned to their homes this Beach. ; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng, and 2nd PrizeA
the late Mrs. Lottie Baker Allenof Tuesday after three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. David McCarver. I think the temperature will reach 100 degrees on the

Marion, S.C., also a grandsonof the Olsons. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Fayanne Farabee and Darlene First Federal Time and Temperature Sign on: tape recorder with attachments (mom:

Mrs. J.M Harris and the late Debbie, Rita and Randy Lewisof visited Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Hobbs are attending the Methodist A.M. uses for this fine item)
W.W. Jordan of Mullins S.C.
Ocala spent the weekend with Neely and family in Lake City; Youth Camp in Leesburgthis
He is a graduate of Bradford AT P.M.
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Sunday.
High School and The State of Mrs. of Tampa Is 3rd PrizeA
Mrs. Paul Faulkner and family. George Kopelousos returned Kathy Gillingham MIN.
Florida Divisixi of Corrections after her Mr.
Tuesday being confined visiting grandparents,
Academy. He is an fleer at Barry Firth Is home after two In St." Vincent's Hospitalfor and Mrs. Guy Sale, at Kingsley $15.00 Savings Account (the answer la t

Lake Butler Med; :al! and Reception weeks encampment with the Special two months. Lake for two weeks. Her little many things)

Ce'ii-jr Forces group in Germany. brother, Keith, underwent sur-
gery Monday in Baptist Hospital,
where he will be confined for DATE NAME 4th PrizeA

two weeks.
Laura and Don Mathews of $10.00] Savings Account

Maitland are visiting their grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mat-
hews, this week. ADDRESS TELEPHONE 5th PrizeA
s SANDAL&SLIPPER Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byrd
1 ktAI and daughters of Greenville, CLIP AND SEND IN NOW! $5.00 Savings Account

Texas were last Wednesday and

1 I Mrs.Thursday David visitors Montgomery of Mr. and ALL THE ABOVE PLUS THIS I

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Crist of

Pecos, Texas, parents of Mrs.

Starke and are visiting at the

SENSATION Westmoreland Robert Kemp Trailer Rector Park.of the I X ((6)) ATTRACTIVE THERMOMETERS FOR Everyone Is A Winner --- By Saving -

Church of the Transfiguration HOME, OFFICE, DEN and AUTO. PUT ONE IN EVERY / $100.00 More!
in Kingston, B.I., and six children or
spent Friday and Saturday ROOM. KEEP TAB ON THE TEMPERATURE . .


Burns To Compliment our SIZZLER CON-
Mrs. Lucian Johns Jr. and son,

Carlton Faulk, of Jacksonvilleare an attractive, long-life, TEST we are giving "FREE" to customers -
spending this week with her

J7 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maxie useful accessory or g!1t saving $100.00 or more a set of 6 ther-

Carter Sr. Sunday guests were for use in.

00 also Mr. and Mrs. Edward Starling mometers.Put .
of Jacksonville and Gary ep M.NbyAAr.M1 0IMOIVtAF
Lamonda of Gainesville.
Miss Julia Ann Waters of Tren- one in each room of the house or In the car and

ton is visiting her cousin, Mrs. the house, etc.
Randal Chltty; for several weeks.
Miss Martha Bollinger of Mo-
bile, Ala and Bill Breelan of OFFER LIMITED:

Hattiesburg, Miss. spent the MIRACLE J one set to an account
weekend with Martha's parents, REMOVABLE
maximum of 2 sets
per person
Dr and Mrs. H.G. Bellinger. ADHESIVE
BACKING when supply is gone offer is automatically with
Mr. and Mrs. John Adams of

our reg. $1.69 Orlando will be weekend guestsof drawn
Mr. and Mrs. George K. Ben-

nett at Kingsley Lake. .... .......Sut' ''r>M...Ornoa" GET YOUR ENTRY IN AND ALSO GET; YOUR

pi uq 11 I Mrs. James Putnam visited FREE THERMOMETERS: : FOR SAVING NOW !M! !
5 ring ornament sling Mrs. Mamie Lee Putnam in El-

? a- back sandal in good berton, Ga. the first of the week. 'L.1

E' looking vinyl.New Little Karen Chltty; celebratedher I PASSBOOK RAVINGS
6th birthday Sunday afternoon i 5%; Per Annum QuarterlyCERTIFICATES
when her mother, Mrs. Randal '
tky : Summer color CMtty; gave a swim party; for
*; folding slipers in her at their pool at their homeon I 6} Months. 1 Year and 2 Year Maturities

.t -' vinyl. Searing Street. Neighborhood Paying up to 6'r; Per Annum Quarterly lifUII
+,,;, good looking children were Invited to attend.


h Beach is visiting her mother,
't4 k Your choice
; terry Mrs. E.C. Morris, for several \J wJUVIke I
!;' 4
-. ," 4'q'', cloth slipers with soft weeks.

crepe soles. S-M-L. Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins ((904))H 45000.39$ WEST MADISON STREET ';f'L a .
visited Ida
his mother, Mrs. STAKXE, FLORIDA 32091
Wiggins, In Jacksonville Sunday.


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40 Inches Moore rial; Drainage Qualifying .. Tourism tourist Florida has and two should chances gear at Itselfto each Florida Myers says.vacation But a on tourist a 12-will ay; i'

In the but two days at Disney
(Continued: from Page One) (Continued from Page One) keep these tourists spend
;(Continued from Page One) Rain Here (Continued from Page (Continued from Page One) area, Myers said the group was "the Crown :

failure to have her vehicle under Bugle on the remaining trail. they are placed. A. Darby. Four candidates,Mau- a lot of people.> told. World.should Therefore try ,to define the a- I
I rea i
control and causing an ac- Since Jan. The shoes, exhibited in the DeValle first suggested that rice Edwards. Randy Johns, Gib Nearly 80 per cent of these Disney World Is expected to natural attributes of.the area
cident. She was treated and released courtroom were Identified as the work Brown, and Mrs. Marjorie Dowl- of all
county through the Soil tourists will come by private become the focal point to the tourist. d_)
at the Bradford County Bradford County had an ave- a pairs belonging to Moore. The Conservation Service to estab- ing has announced for that seat conveyance. Therefore,. North tourist attractions In Florida. '
Hospital. Mrs. Marlon Strenglen rage of 40.41 Inches of rain heel it was said, was bent because lish a drainage district. It was in the Democratic primary In- --SSSSSSS 1
Holiday, Fla., driver of the during the first six months of Moore had corns on his explained that had been tried. man Green present holder of the ------ -- -- --- -- -- -- ------------ ,

second vehicle, was also hospitalized 1970, almost ten Inches more left toes. DeValle was also told that the office by appointment, has announced i
and released Saturday.The than the 50 year average for that Moore denied the shoes belonged U.S. Army Corps of Engineershad in the Republican pri-
1963 Chevrolet driven by period ((30.88), and 13.17 Inches to him, saying it was his right made a cost-benefit study of mary. !
Mrs. Redding, headed north on more than the 27.24-inch total toe that had a blister.Moore said the Alligator Creek watershed Three school board seats are Wells Appliances !
Temple Ave., started sliding received during the first six he left his shoes on the porch of system that a system of dams up for grabs this year- thoseof
side says on the wet road. The months of 1969. his home. When told by arresting and water control devices and Buster Bennett of Lawtey,
right front of the Chevrolet col- The total for June was 7.4l1n- officers the shoes were not there, their upkeep would cost more Seeber Goodman, and Chairman
lided with a 1969 Buick driven ches, almost double last year's Moore said someone must have than the area would benefit. H.A. Lawson. Only Lawson has 1
by Mrs. Strenglen which was 3.39 total for June, but consi- stolen them. DeValle asked for a copy of indicated he will run for reelection ,
headed south on Temple Ave. derably less than the 50 year Gamble said the dog's actions that report to show his firm. ': Sales And Service
The Chevrolet was a total loss; average for that month, 10.30 led him to believe the shoes belonged "I can see a very complicated Johnnie Blaine Thompson of I :
damage to the left front of Buick inches. to the man who had been problem here," the Rli official Lawtey is expected to announce 1
was estimated at $1,250. For the week ending June 29, In the bus station. Bugle is saidto told the commissioners several for Bennett's school board seat. 1 2 Mile. South 301Phone 964-6061 ',i
Bradford received an averageof have a remarkable record of times fie also repeated he isn't It will also be an off-year 1
----- -eeI 4.93 Inches of rain. New Riv- successfully tracking prison escapees certain will election in the city with only I '
adding more culverts M. C. (Bubba) Well, Owner. 1
er tower reported 4.50 Inches; and suspects in outside solve the problem. "I hope doing three council seats openthose :
1 Louis Hill 4.4; and Santa Fe, crimes. what you ask will solve the prob- of Councilmen One Wiggins Tom I
KirbY 1I 5.9.Only In prosesuting Moore Asst. lem," he said several times. Nolin, and Neil Tucker. 1 t 1
I I one woods fire was reported State Attorney Mack Futch also Residents at the meeting were Nolln says he will not seek
in June, with 150 acres used testimony by Nolan Bryan, Earl Goodman and A.J. Thomas, re-election. Tucker and. Wigginsare t ,
1 burned. Since January 1 there Conway, Deputy Sheriff Glen Sr., property; owners on Crosby expected to run. ULII t
I I 1I have been 59 fires with 578 Moore, L.Z. Baker, and Starke Lake, and L.J. Kite who owns Les Beasley, Keystone Heights 1 "
acres burned, as compared with Police Officer Willie Searcy. about two miles of shore on businessman and legislative lob- th t yrI
I VACUUM 1 69 fires and 367 acres burned Public Defender R.A. Green Sampson Lake. They agreed thata byist, has announced he will seek I dJ
during the same period last year. Jr. used Levij. Williams and spillway would help problem. District 16 Florida House seat t
I CLEANER 1 Mary Lou Wilson as defense Questioned by the Commission, of Rep. Gene Shaw Starke. 1
A second wreck Thursday, occurring I
witnesses as well as the defend-
the owners also agreedit '1
I SAtES 1 1-1/2 hours later at 5:33 ant. property 1
would be nice to have the
p.m., saw L.H. Gibson, 60, t
I Service & Parts I Starke, charged with failure to Moore gave an account of his three recreation lakes joined purposes.Commissioners for. boatingand Union; [( 1 t

I have his 1969 Ford Station wagon actions on Nov. 2, then denied .
1 under control and causing present were Continued from Page One)
234 N. Temple accident. Nobody was Injured In ownership of the shoes denied Chairman Hamilton, and Com- dergarten session next fall will i iI
breaking into the bus station. 1
Phone 961-7596 1 missioners Dave Shuford, Buck BRAND NEW FROM.
that mishap.A hold the summer staff positions. 1 .
I Norman and Ralph Bryan. Cason said the program also will 1
After 6 P. M. 1 Ford truck, driven by Jim' Sampson Canal drains the three
The out hour before provide free lunches free transportation -
Jury was an -
I 9615359 I McDaniel, 72, Starke, was head- returning the guilty verdict. lakes, Rowell,Crosby,and Sampson and free medical attention I
aa -a Sam S S ed east on Madison Street wait- Members of the jury were Cur- Into which Alligator Creek Just as Head Start pro- KitchenAid! :
flows. That creek drains an entire l
tis T. Lee, George W. Graudon, watershed which begins at grams do.SEIRVICE
William Blackburn, Ruth Wake- I
Trail Ridge and eastward.
field, Mary Frances Eunice and Sampton Canal drains into the SCHEDULE '

Louise Elizabeth Duck. Santa Fe River, that drains into CATHOLIC Churches INEW FRONT LOADING I
the Suwannee River, and the
Suwannee drains into the Gulf ST. EDWARD'S Starfce: -
ing for the traffic light at Madi- of Mexico. Sunday 'Mass 8 a.m. end
son and Walnut Streets. Gibsonson The county at present is in 9:13: a.m.Thursday. !
and Walnut Streets. Gibson's the process of widening Alligator Maw, 6:30 p.m. 1 PORTABLESDISHWASHERS
vehicle struck the truck from Creek between Rowell Lake and Mleaculoui Medal Novena:
behind. Starke on the property of J.M. Saturday 7 p.m.
Third of the five wrecks occurred Edwards Jr. I
at 12:05: a.m. Friday when In 1968 floodwaters backed up, ST. WILLIAM' Keystone : :
a 1970 Chevrolet truck, driven after 16 inches of rain fell In Height
by Vergio Lee Johnson,34,Jacksonville less than a week and Alligator Sunday Mass, 9 a.m.
struck a parked semi- Creek overflowed into homes on Wetnesday Mass & Novena, Tri-Dura Porcelain I
City Fish & Meat truck 250 feet south of Edwards St. Clair Street in Starke. The 7 p.m. 1
Road on US-301. three lakes cleared their banks Half Horse Power Motor
Two passengers in Johnson's when the water reached them ST. MARY'S Macclenny 1
Market truck were treated and releasedat and homes on Crosby and Sampson Sunday Mass 11:30: a.m. 4-Way Hydro Sweep Wash Arm

BCH. were flooded. The Same KitchenAid Quality 'I'I 1
Damage to the 1964 parked
GMC tractor and trailer, load- I Requirements 1
Prices Good Whole Weekend ed with apple juice, was esti- THE BRADFORD
Continued heavy rains in the KDD-66 1 II
OPEN SAT. SUN. AND MON. mated at $2,500. The driver, two have kept the COUNTY TELEGRAPH I DELUXE
past years
Kenneth Schaffer Manchester SEE
water level in the lakes high. 1 II
Penn., saw the other truck Goodman said Tuesday that Cros- I'ubllshed every' Thursday I BUBBA ONLY 95

U. S D. A. CHOICE BEEF SALE approaching as he was check- by Lake is 30 Inches higher than at 1.18: W. Call Street I WELLS $269 IN 1
Ing his tires. Schaffer ran to normal now. Starke, Florida 32091 WHITE
get out of the way. 1 I II
T-Bone Steak LB. $1.19 The Chevrolet truck, carrying Second class! postage paidat
truck its bed, There has been much dis- I
pick on was traveling Starke, Florida I
Sirloin Steak LB. - $1.09 north when it struck the cussion in the county over whe-
v parked,semi. The Chevrolet tra- ther the three railroad culverts",,. Subscription Rates: 0 We Carry 6 Famous;' ?meApRlia.tce.s. !'
RCY'.st'- !
Rib Steak LB.rrvSSc
or ; 'Veled 168 feet before coming to which are at a higher level than 1- ,
In trade area: $5.00 per .
Full Cut Round Steak LB.' .;- -' 98c' 'rest in the wouds un the west the culvert under SKS-235, are I .
not the water level. year; $2.73: six! months.Outside II '
side of US-301. It took several holding up t Whirlpool -- Norge -- KitchenAid -- Corning Counter"UTAtllSMIO t
Arm Roast or Steak LB. 89c hours for a wrecker to get the Others bay lowering the railroad trade area: 5.50
truck back on the road. culverts may drain Sampson per year; $3.00 six: month L Ranges -- Enterprise Ranges -- Scotchman Ice Makers -1 I IS
Damage to the two smaller Lake in dry times -- SSS-S S S S S SS S S S S
Smoked Picnics LB. - 49c trucks was estimated at $1,750.

Half or WholeTenderized On May 7, Southern Railway )904Badcock
LB. 59c A fifth mishap occurred at Track Superintendent J.L. Gel-
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Known for UNBEATABLE BUYS..but in Our
9:03: a.m. Friday, but no one mini met with a group of resi- -
Fre.h. was injured in the slight col- dents from the three lakes. In
Larcre Bakin'? Hens LB. 49c a letter After the meeting, Gel-
lision at the intersection of Tem- mini assured the commission
pIe Ave. and SR-16. Damage to the SRS Is interested In work- ,
ing with the community on the
Fresh Fish; -- Shrimp and DeValle'spresence t
drainage problem.
the two vehicles involved was 2 of
$175, according to city police here Tuesday is the
Oyster result of that May 7 meeting. ,



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IN By COSMETOLOGY Barbara Hill CLASS .. Beauty No Secret For 12 Vo-Tech Students

"0h", I love Itl! If s something education equivalency. Costs Include tl + -.a
I always wanted to do, and never a registration fee, a kit,
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could afford it beforel"! uniforms and shoes and books. ; 's
This was the answer when one ti ,
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of.12 students was asked If she The public Vo-Tech school ,,
enjoyed the 1200-hour Vo-Tech costs less than a private school ',
cosmetology course she expectsto with tuition, but also has the
complete July 24. advantage of being easily acces-
Begun last September the sible particularly compared to J
course has attracted students 1I those located in downtown Jack
from Keystone Heights Macclen- y N +' sonville Mrs. Hutehins says.
ny Baldwin Lake Butler as well She's enthusiastic about cosmetology I II
as from Bradford County. Now saying it is "one of i 1v j
housed at the back of the old the foremost technical occupa I
USO building on Temple Ave- tions In the United States.She's .I IlIr
mte about where the south bas- had 17 years' experience as a
ketball goal and stage once were beautician is licensed In Florida w yRrV
the school is to move to quartets \. as a master cosmetologistand
at the Vo-Tech complex 4 instructor by the State Boardof .
when the next building Is con- Cosmetology and is a certi
tied teacher with the State Boardof -
jGround-breaklng for the new Education. T .
building is set for this summer
add quarters and equipment for i I
the cosmetology class are .. Youth Charged, > .
planned for 20 students. Present JIt .' With Theft .{ i'l. ... t
facilities are large enough !
for 16 students according to .
Orl Hutchlns class instructor ... Gregory Woods 17, was arrested .
add equipment is already on hand Monday on a warrant for '
... grand larceny in connection with
for 20. It has been purchasedthrough r' "'*:.
federal state and local the theft of an outboard motor
last February 18. .
funds.Blueprint for the course The Sheriffs office said the : ..
specifies 5
that each student get re- three horsepower motor valuedat L bL
tall experience in buying ant $125 was stolen from Fred ,,>J
selling, management bookkeep Johnson of North Cherry St. '
Woods was released under
chemistry of $1-
lug math cosmetology -
( hair color per- 500 bond. .
manent waves etc.), manipulating The Sheriff's office said that At last a younger sister is good for something! Mrs. Patsy Waddel I
skills and trade technology.The 17 outboard motors have been gets new hair-do from her sister. Miss Barbara Coleman.
1200 hours (or 200 days) stolen in Bradford County since
are broken down by these requirements last October and from $10,000 to
: 80 hours in Florida $15,000 worth of motors have FT. HEATED
laws which govern cosmetology Dummy; "customer" gives Pauletta Arnold practice been stolen in Clay County dur- I NEW BRICK HOMES i
(sanitation sterilization etc.) before she handles the real thing. ing a similar period. AREA
200 hours in permanent waving. NO Down Payment FINISHED
120 hours in hair cutting 20 for the girls' experience. Patrons state board examination,and they - for supplies and do have to it before they're BRICK HOMES
hours in hair and scalp treat- pay over- pass
ment, 200 hours in hair color- head, Mrs. Hutchlns says not a I Hranftpd cosmetologist." Mrs. AS LOW AS $60.00
ing 30 hours in shampoo 350 for the labor. Hutehins says. Florida has more MAGNETIC SIGNS PER MONTH FHA INSPECTED
hours in hair dressing 20 hoursin They have "probably 50 cus- strict laws and higher standardsthan PANELING THROUGHOUT
elude Tars And Insurance-Terms M Yea
facials 50 hours in hair tomers a week", and would be many other states for cosmetology -
able, she to handle 20- Ymr Income ft4opla&es< Your Monthly payment. BATH
straightening 30 in manicuring says she continued.In CERAMIC
and 100 hours in wigs and hair- 30 at a time at the 14 stations. the state board exam ap- I ADHERE OR ANY CASH PRICE $16,000.00 APPLIANCES
pieces. Women can call for an appoint- plicants are judged by how well TO CARS STEEL INTMCST >V %"" AS SET BY THE BUILT-IN
There are also specifications ment, and are encouraged to, they do specific procedures, how FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION CENTRAL HEAT
for a certain number of services In order for them to plan the long it takes and must pass |& TRUCKS SURFACECONVENIENT
for Instance 350 "live" working day, but they cannot the exam both In practice and
hairdressing assignments.Mrs. ask for a particular girl. Stu- by textbook testing. This classis CALL DAVID & MARY LOU BLACK 964-7469
Hutchins supervises directs dents also practice on each other to take the exams In Augustand ; rONOMICAL 700 BRIDGES ST. STARKE
and evaluates each girl's and do not have to pay for September.
work as well as teaching from materials they use on them- August 24 Is the date for beginning -
the books. The school is not selves. the next class open to BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPH OR JAMES PRINCE 964-5136<<
allowed to advertise for customers "When students leave here high school graduates or any- 1408 OLD LAWTEY ROAD STARKE
but it does need them they are qualified to take the one over 18 with a tenth-grade -


Bring the Family to Keystone Beach for .

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Approximately 100 Boats
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The Following is a list of Firms and Individuals who have con 6:30 and move alone Lake edge to arrive and pass

tributed to the Fireworks Program. SPEECHES the Beach about 7:00 P.M.

Keystone State Bank George LaRue Insurance
T.V. Service Center SE McKay Real Estate
Banner Food Store Holiday Lounge & Package Store .. .. . . . . . . PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED
Gizmo Shell Service Hazel C. & S.E. McKay
The White Elephant Melba & Frank Ilgen Sponsored by Sportsman's Club and Lions Club
Kims Shell Service Francis & Jim Chesslngton
Dr. F.K. Parsons Eileen & Les Robinson
Trlest Const. Co. Zikes Garden Shop KEYSTONE ON PARADEARTS .
I Keystone Lumber Co. Myron Prevatt Jr. & Family
, Ducky's Department Store Redfearn AppliancesR.T. At
Lovorn Real Estate Keystone Barber Shop AND CRAFTS SHOWAt 6
! Keystone Heights Ins. Inc. Keystone Print Shop THE CITY HALL
Hendersons Service Ctr. Inc. Clav Electric Coop. Inc.
Cunninghams Gulf Service Keystone Jewelers 9:30 A.M. TO 5:00: P.M. KEYSTONEBEACH
Fosters Gulf Service Keystone CleanersThe
Paladin Restaurant Dairy Dasher Sponsored by Keystone Heights Woman
B & T Coin Laundry Rutledges Club w
Lake Geneva Trailer Sales Madelyn Smith L
Burtons Sales Service Barry IlgenKeystone

James Leonardo Sparkman Outboard Electric Shop Norgas Co.Egg FREE. PARKING IN CITY PARK ,

Scales Food Town Holiday Beach Apts. Bring Your Own Chairs

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Four 1 cana Share Firs Place ....... Beasley -" Stores ClosingFor News I

.*.... JII lt nII Plagued llcu's League To Run July 4
The of Defense credited
Nine policy by a nationally recognized -.,"
be olaved games In were scheduled to Cunningham outhit the Rebels Games being Wed- h to release enlisted men up) accrediting agency or association :
Men's Softball action played For HouseM.L. Starke stores will be closed
last week--however .ole 15-10, but also-out errored" the nesday, July\ 8, are the games Saturday, July 4, for celebra- the three (3) months early to listed by the U.S.Commissioner -,
attend has been of Education Dbooo
man weather claimed four of winners 3-1. The Rebels now hold scheduled for Friday, July 10. tion of Independence Day according Include college revisedto "
who desire
the games, which will be re- a 2-1 edge over Cunningham In The change was made due to the (Les) Beasley 52, businessman to Brian Hamilton, attend vocational men or technical to says.For Information on this any0 '
scheduled. three league games. Women's Invitational Tourna- and former mayor of chairman of the Downtown Re-
Two weeks of play In the sec- Billy Sanford, W.H. Johns, Har- ment to be played Frt-Sat-Sun Keystone Heights, announced today tail Merchants Committee. schools.To Invites of your veterans affairs, Dlxon'
ond half have elapsed and the old Godwin, Robbie Smith, and July 10-12. that he will seek electionto Exceptions will be some drug- quality according! to M.T. Veteran your County Inquiries Service to yourlocal
league Is uptight with four teams Jack Grlffis were all 2for3for the House of Representativesfrom stores, service stations,and res- Dixon, director of the Division facer or by writing; Ms at P.O.
sharing first place and not a the losers. Larry Bruner, the 16th District, embrac- taurants. of Veterans Affairs a man must Box 1437. St. Petersburg Florida ''

single team can boast of a per- 3-for-3, and Gene Rayburn, Enrollment ing Baker, Bradford Clay Columbia The Bradford County Court- show he has been accepted for 33731.
feet record. 2-for-2, paced the winners at the Nassau, andt7nlonCounties. house will be closed Friday, enrollment commencing with a
Results of Games played Mon plate. July 3, for the holiday as well specific school term In a full-
day, June 22. .. Results of Games played Fri- Edges Up The seat Is held by Rep. Gene as on Saturday, as usual. time resident course of Instruction eee e
Lawtey Rec. 9, Independents 5. day, June 26Cunningham- Shaw, D-Starke. The Starke city hall will close of no less than 3 months
Lawtey claimed Its second vic- Gulf 9, Plaza In SchoolsEnrollment A native of Lafayette County, Monday, July 6, and Saturday. duration at a recognized vocational EDMONDSON
tory of the second half with a Lodge 4Cunningham Beasley has resided In Keystone or technical school. Landclearing
seventh Inning rally which defeated Gulf had little Heights since 1948. lie is presi-
the Independents 9-5. trouble In handing Plaza Lodgt in nine Bradford dent of Beasley and Associates, Buck) Norman The serviceman must not be BULLDOZING
The Independents led from the its first defeat of the second half schools Kindergarten through12th Inc., a public relationslegislative essential to the mission of his
first Inning until Lawtey's last with a 9-4 win. grade, In Bradford Countywas consulting firm of Talla- and they have one daughter, Marian Asks Second assigned organization and he MOWING
Inning rally, scoring twice In The Gulf team only outhit the 3,804 at the end of the 1969- hassee and Keystone Heights. Beasley Moon of Talla- must have completed twenty-one; TRACTOR WORK
the first and once In the third losers 12-11 but made more of 70 school year, compared to Prior to organizing his companyIn hassee. Board Term ((21) months of active service on
fourth and sixth Innings. their hits than did the Plaza. 3,744 for 1968-69. 1969, he was general mana- Beasley was elected Mayor of his current tour of obligated Fill Dirt and
Trailing 5-1, Lawtey came to Cunningham led only 4-3 going Figures just compiled by the ger of Florida Electric Cooper- Keystone in 1953 and served con- __,_ 1 service, If he will have a reserved Lime Rock
the plate and scored 'seven of Into the bottom of the fourth office of the county super- atives Assn., 1962-69, and director tinuously through 1962. Elected obligation after separ- Qualified Operator
them for the 9-5 win. This was but came up with five big runs intendent of schools show an of Industrial relations, again In 1963, he served through ation.A .
the third loss for the Indepen- in that inning to wrap the game average daily attendance of,360 Clay Electric Cooperative, 1965. A prime mover In com- r NM16' recognized vocation or tech- Phone 964-7705
dents, only winners team In the up.Wayne compared to the previous year's 1956-62. He Is married to the munity growth, he worked for nical school Is one which Is Starke, Florida
league. Sapp, 3-for-3, and Jack 3,292. former Edna Williams of Waldo municipal improvements includ- approved by a State Board for
Lawtey outhIt Griffis, 2-for-2, were tops for Average membership duringthe ing street paving projects, annexation vocational education or Is ac
led by Robert the Scott's losers 3-for-4 10-8, the winners. Bill Roberts was year was and 3,522 the year charter revision, and ._.......u.u..........................................'<........................,,..........,'...,.. ...............,..,,.u,." ....
and Johnny Brown's 2-for-3. 3-for-4 for the I losers. before. Superintendent Tom Ca- 78 Cattle adequate municipal facilities In ; .v.s.viiKissxi-:>:-K HiKiK.'iKiKi'T..f:: i :gl
Plaza Lodge 7, Profs 0. Profs 11, Utilities 6. sev explained that the"member- keeping with the growth of the :
In the second game, Monday, "* Th"e Profs evened their recordat ship" figure represents students Killed ByLightning city. A new City Hall was com- STARKEr/ CENTER '
June 22, the Profs were unableto 2-2 with an 11-6 defeat of registered in the school at that pleted In 1965. This, he says, I -
Starke Utilities. Each team had while "enroll- was the result of hard work on } aJf J ,
field nine centered ball play- time, the term :::: -as,. sea : :
ers, giving Plaza Its second win 11 hits but the city team com- ment" includes all students who the part of many citizens, but ::* u..UIU-, ._/ if:
against no losers. mitted five errors on hit balls came In and moved out during was also a great personal satis-
and had numerous throwing er- the faction.In 1 ":: :: '
The score of a forfeit Is year.
game Eighteen head of beef
7-0. rors. By schools, BHS, grades 9-12, cattle, announcing his candidacy, ti ....u/IrJ ante/r1'
Tuesday June 23- In the fifth inning the city had 1,043 average membership, apparently found killed by lightning: Beasley points to the need fora /
were Sunday afternoon a ;: x'
Rec Rebels team came up with five runs to 947 daily attendanceADA sound businesslike approachto
5,Cunningham Gulf 4 the farm Was-
pasture otE.E.
take a 6-4 lead. However, this ( ). This would compare with on legislation. "It is time to ; .
The Rec Rebels won its second lead was short lived as the Profs 900 and an ADA of north of Waldo. apply the brakes to ambitious :::
game of the second half againstone scored seven times in the fifth 821 the membership year before, plus RJE, Wasdln found the dead cattle, crusaders," he says, "and take tp0laeeYAna ''f
loss by edging CunninghamGulf at around $4,000, piled up Into
Inning for the 11-6 win. grades 9-12, 152 average mem- account the overall best
5-4, handing the Gulf team Bob Pace was 3-for-4 to pace bership and 143 ADA. under a tree In the pasture He Interests of the people. Quality .
Its first loss of the second half. the city. For the winners John Bradford Middle School had said the tree had been struck by legislation, designed to Improve I New Shipment JustArrived
The Gulf team took a 1-0 lead Reddish was 2-for-3. 866 membership, 795 ADA. In lightning which he believed occurred conditions for the citizens, J.M (Buck) Norman announced .
In the top half of the first on three Standing' ...ruJune 26-Lawt.ey, 1968-69 the middle school had during a thunderstorm should be the prime objectiveof yesterday as a candidate for reelection ,,y ..
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hits. But in the bottom of the sec- Cunnin?>.din, Rebels, Plaza 2-1; 699 average membership and 654 Wednesday night. the legislator." Beasley de- to the Board of County : }s:
ond the Rebels took advantage of Profs 2-2. Madison St 1-1; Utili- ADA. This year's enrollment at The cattle were part of a herd scribes himself as a conserva- Commissioners, District 2. ..:' .....
an error, a walk and two hits to ties 1-2.; Independence 0-3. Middle School has also Included of about 100 owned by Wasdin. tive who believes In the fullest Now completing Ms first four- ::=:0::- / OVER :
score two runs and held a 2-1 Schedule- grades seven and eight that were application of Home Rule with year term, Norman is a 40yearold :;o / p 50 =:'
lead. Thursday, July 2- 7 p.m.Madison at Urooker and Anderson the FLY THE FLAG the least possible Interferencefrom native and lifelong residentof i .
In the bottom of the third the
has been VARIETIESGreen
Tallahassee Bradford County
St Utilities (make-up year before. or Washington. .
Rebels scored twice more with vs ON JULY 4th employed by the DuPont Co.here
) 8:15 Plaza vs Rebels, 9:30: Elementary schools, grades :
the aid of three hits and two errors game Kindergarten through six had "I pledge, first of all, to pro- for the past 19 years. I
and led 41. The winners Lawtey Monday vs, July 68 p.m.Independents RJE, 147 membership; ADA; The Junior Women's Club of vide a continuing medium of con- He is an active member of the Swordtails Brick Swordtaila I
made It 5-1 In the fifth liming, Starke Is encouraging Church and
everyoneto tact with
the Heilbronn
98 73 constituents, he Baptist
Brooker, membership
vs Madison St., 9:15: :: Blue Moons Black Moon Sunset .
hits and fly the National Flag Independence ::
using two a walk. ADA Lawtey, 259 membership, on said, "and to Insure that their resides on the Bayless Highway.::
Cunningham came back strongIn ties Tuesday vs Rebels., July 78 p.m. Cun- 244 ADA; Anderson, 123 member- Day, Saturday, July best Interest will be the first "Having served the people of ::11 Varitus -- Black Varitus Gold
the sixth--the leadoff man 4, In observance of Honor order of business Bradford for the
at all time, County past
ningham vs Profs, 9:15: Plaza vs ship, 101 ADA; Hampton, 195 :::: ::
walked and was followed by three Lawtey. membership and 165 ADA.Starke America Day. with courteous attention and con- 3 1/2 years, I am fully aware of :::: Crescents ::
consecutive base hits to account Wednesday, July 88 p.m. Elementary, grade 5, had 55. The nearest celebration In this cern for their problems."I the duties and responsibilities '1;
for three runs to close the gap Plaza vs Cunningham, 9:15: Law- membership aid: the end of the area will be at Keystone Heights feel that my background and of ths Important office," Nor- ALL 1
5-4, and that was the final game tey vs Utilities.SSftStfSWftWftSfft. year, and 466 ADA; Southside. where a fish fry,boat parade,and experience in dealing with the man says.Norman. 1 h''
score. also with K-grade five, and 52( fireworks are scheduled. Most legislature for the past 14 years is the son of the late h'f
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422 ADA. although some stores will remain serve the 16th District with dig- of the late F.M. (Tobe) Nor- 10 FOR $1.00 t# j
jjjj There were 19 average dally open since the Fourth fallson nity and effectiveness. To this man and the late J.M. (Middleton -
attendance, 22 membership ir Saturday. end, I give my solemn pledge," ) Rosier, former county com- it. l

:..::..: Why exceptional cMld classes in he said. missioner from the Lawtey area. ::::::::::.::::::: ::-:.;:::::::::: : :::: : :::::::8::.<:>>:::::::' :::::::::::::::::::::::::',;::::::::::: :: ::;::;:::::::::::::
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Margie Dowling, Starke .
t businesswoman, announced yes-
terday as a candidate for Clerkof .
I. Carrier RoomAir X the Circuit Court in the September I
ticket.Primaries on the Democratic II .

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Mrs. Dowllng has been a resIdent '
1111. Conditioners of Bradford County> since
the age of 14, and attended local I I
schools. She married the late k,
'o: Wm. E. (Billy) Dowling and was t
:: Look to Carrier widowed in January 1968 with
five children Bill\, Jimmy, Mar- ,
11 1 for Total Value
gie Ann, Nancy, and:! Marian.
:r::: Central Air Conditioning Increases The Value of :
:: 11111111llhi Touch Control Center : She and her late husband were I
: members of the business com-
:; Two-speed CoolingTemperature munity in Starke since 1942, and

:Ji::: Selection ff Dowling she. continues Produce to Market operate on U.S.the Your Home While You Stay Comfortable All Year It I

11 Thi 301.A
.. = Automatic Thermostat lifetime memberof Pres-
byterian Church, Mrs. Dowling I t

3f 1.... Flexible Air Flow and remains is a member active In of church the Board affairs of ADD ON 2 TONS TO YOUR SYSTEM
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11' e Rust Resistant Casing Deacons. She has also served for
:: a number of years on local PTAs
1: and is an honorary member of I FOR ONLY I
= $ 00
; OperateFor I the American announcing Legion.In her. candidacy, -. 625 !

rj Less Mrs. Dowling stated, "I am not .OR.
: campaigning against anyoneIam
::.::. Years and Years campaigning for the Job. The
:-:::.'). of Carefree Service demands that of a today's woman be society qualified require TOTAL 2 TONS HEATING AND COOLING WITH 7 DUCTS :

to perform and sometimes Is
Prices Start At .
o'Jo'J :f called on to assume responsibilities -
-n: in competition with men. .
:::0':. j rjj3 y rffi JUST With respect to this particular I COMPLETE :i iI

$ I position, It affords a challenging I

t.1'' $99.00 1t I? tive level.opportunity on a competi- I Financing Available To Meet FOR ,,ONLY, $1 24900. I It I

"If elected I will dedicate
Your Budget .." ,
myself to the job without out- t t
i side Interests. It is my Intentto
:f Convenient FinancingSLADE iI arrange for the Independent .
.:=6 operation of my business
iI I Interests. More Important, my I I II

I vice primary to the obligation people will of Bradford be ser-

County in the most efficient,
i friendly, and economic way pos- Slade Gas And Appliances i it
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f GAS AND APPLIANCES f fY aspects"I will of study the job thoroughly and striveto all II I

: 332 W. Madison St''. Phone 964-770J .111|:j jt make Clerk ours of the the Court"best operationin functioning t 332 WEST MADISON ST. PHONE 964-7701 STARKE, FLA. II I IL

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RFC Tops Small. Fry' Play; Women's Softball Tournament Chamber NotesWe

New. And Activities From
Aiiclreiis Goes 1 o Sccontl Starts Here Friday NightStarke would like to Invite every-
one's attention to "Honor
THE RECREATION CENTER America Day", Saturday July 4-
SMALL FRY-Kentucky Fried Re- just two innings the score was 14- July 10-11-12 and four; 9 p.m.- Winners of "Honor America Day" is non-
mains on Top -Andrews Drugs The Starke First Annual games three and four, 10:30p.m and non-political In
Goes To Second Place 11.The winners added six more in Women's Slow Pitch Softball Winners of games five and six. every designed only promote -

to the Bradford County; Fire Department Results of Games played Wed- the third Inning to wrap it up as Tournament will be held atStarke's Sunday, July 12- unity way; among all Americans,
June 24- losers to just Westside Park Friday, I p.m.- Loser of game sevenvs
nesday, limited the
they massive
with perhaps a ride on and to encourage a expression -
the Fire Engine. This should be KFC 301, First Federal 12. one more run. Stu Rayburn's Saturday, and Sunday, July 10-12. winner of game 8; 4 p.nv- of appreciation for the
KFC made Mitzel's 3for3 The tournament will be com- Winner of seven vs win-
it game
I and four wins and no 4-for-4, Roger and greatness of our
lots of fun and excitement a blessing
losses by downing First Federal and Ricky Gaines' 2-for-2 posed of six teams in addition to ner of game 9.; 5:30: P.rn.-Necessary "at a time when
good learning experience. nation,
The Rec Dept. Summer Play- 20-12 on the strength of 17 base the winners. Pat Mundorf. four teams who will play only is winner of losers patriotism and respect for thenation's
y Angle Robertswere exhibition
David games. bracket beats undefeated team.
Fox, and out for
ground Program is filled with hits.The purposes cry
Norman's Farm and Colonial
Chicken 2-for-2 for the losers.
Fried team
scored each
lots of activity; and fun for all Florist will represent Starke. EXHIBITION GAMES- such renewal and recognition.NWhat
seven runs in the first Inning to Andrews Drugs 22 Community; 109 Sate- better for each of us
bb 7-12 year olds. Other teams are GainesvilleTire Friday, July pm way
Last week before the rain set First Federal's six. KFC added Bank 9Andrews Macclenny Deadbeats, Lake llite Beach Comets vs Sham- to show appreciation than to dis-
In, the youngsters enjoyed a day seven more in the second while evened their recordat rock's of Jacksonville. play the American flag from
City Daniels Lumber Co, and
First Federal added five and 2 losses with a
after 2 wins,
the trampoline. Randy and Sunday, 122:30 Car- homes, our business
I on Bank Cross City.; The tournament will July : pm our
- __ c ) ) Andy Crews displayed their athletic romp over the Community; be a double elimination affair. ter's Rebels of Jax vs Gainesville establishments and on the
abilities in an exciting shuf- New Fishing team.The winners rapped out 22 The fans are in for extra excitement streets? We stand out as the land
fleboard tournament which they as two special exhibition of opportunity; of cultural, Intellectual -
.. hands down. It was a close Licenses DueAll base hits to the losing team's spiritual and personal
"1 t -, won games will be played involving -
match when Donnie Thomas defected 11. Andrews scored three runs St. Mark's VBS freedom and continue to maintain -
the number two and
I Tiny TO::at story hour conducted every weekdaymorning Randy Crews 15-11 In Wednesday's persons who fish inFlorida's in third the, first and, seven six in the In the second fifth and to four teams in the nation number -, To Start July 6 a standard of living unsurpassed -
Table Tennis Tournament fresh waters in the world. Let us on
reminded -
the Satellite Beach Comets and
; at the Pratt Street Rec. Center.I a mass total of 22. The bank
unite ourselves and
that 1969-70 licenses expire Jacksonville Carter's Rebels. the great day
Bumper Pool is also a very at midnight June 30. boys could put but together five The Comets finished second In Vacation Bible School will be proudly proclaim the deepseated
2 in the second,
popular inside game with con- All fishermen In the state bet- in the first, the World Tournament last held at St. Mark's Episcopal patriotism which the majority; of
third and in the year
both the of IS and 65 one in the one Church Mondays through Fri- Americans have for
stant competition among ween ages are and the Rebels finished fourth. us our great
i l, -- W f girls and boys. This week a Bic- required to have a fresh water fifth. Bill Lundy's for 4-for-4 the winning was Satellite Beach will play Friday days, July 6 to July 17, from 9 country.In .
I \ ycle Hike is planned for all fishing license costing $3 annually tops in hitting Williams and Joe night, July 10, at 9 p.m. and the a.m. till noon. recognition of July 4 and in
10. 11, and 12 year olds. They This Includes all cane team. For Com- Rebels will play Sunday afternoon All children in the community; support of "Honor America
will take packed lunches. pole fishermen except personson Boyer were 3-for-4. at 2:30: pm. from age 5 through 6th grade, Day," Brian Hamilton,Chairmanof
f" .fII1'. and play Softball at the destination welfare. Prior to a new law munity; Bank, Ken Minton, Jef- are Invited to attend. There is the Chamber's Retail Mer-

', .. ......:U.:.6 ...' the youngsters are hav- passed by the 1970 Legislature, ferey Norman 2-for-3., and David Har- no fee. chants Division, has announcedthat
-.. ing lots of fun, and want every- cane pole fishermen were not ley were TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE The same staff that made last most retail stores will be
''(' ( ; .9 one to Join us. required to buy a license to fish Team KFC 4-0 Standings-Andrews 2-2, First Friday, July 107:30 pm Norman's year's school so successful will closed all day Saturday, July 4.
1 in the of their residence. be in charge. Chamber
county; John Myers, man-
hll : ; };. Federal and Community; Bank vs Lake City; 10:30: pm
Colonial vs Cross City CARD OF THANKS ager, also announced that De-
( Colonial Florist JNorn un's I Tarn 13.Schedule Saturday, July 11- Witt Dawkins, chairman of the
a. : 3 winnerof Committee of 100 Jacksonville
f'C\\ .. Wednesday, July 1- 4:45: And- p.m.Macclenny vs Mrs. Emilie Earnest wishes to ,
oiren's Softball Norman's- Lake City; for Area Chamber of Commerce,
l. .o Keep Lead rews vs First Federal. 5:45 thank friends and neighbors
e ,. K.F.C. va Comm. Bank. of Norman'sLake City; 4:30: their offerings of help with flowers will be the guest speaker at the

... ", ..'."... Monday, June 29 saw Colon- runds in the third inning and rews Thursday vs .".omm.July 2-Bank 4:45:, 5:45 And-: p.m.Gainesville ColonialCross City vs,winner 6 pjn.-of recent and Illness sympathy and death during of her the July Presidents'2,12 noon Luncheon at the Holiday Thursday Inn.,
ial and Norman's Farm keep on coasted to tit 18-0 win. Colo- Federal. Losers of games one and two. AU chamber members have been
their winning ways with Colonial nial collected 13 hits led by K.F.C. vs First 7:30: p.m.Losers of games three husband James Ernest. invited to attend.
I Old Man Weather failed to dampen spirits last picking up an 18-0 shut out over Gloria Crews, who was 2 for n ruWLrLJ -
week in the Rec. Department's summer playground Hurst Shell and Norman's whipping 3. Diane Jordon hit two out of J tSLADE'S
program. Koch Drugs 14-1. the park. Linda Alday was 2-
Norman's utilized 12 hits in for-2' and had the only hits for

cooperative. In spite of that, recording their lop sided win Hurst Shell
Tots very
Tiny enjoyed a rainy day
the tots enjoyed a creative art while Koch's could muster only SCHEDULEMonday, July 6
: picnic inside the Pratt Street APPLIANCE
I Center Friday morning.It lesson lots of inside games,and, two singles. Sandra Norman (make up of June 26 games)
had planned at Wainwright of course, packed lunches. paced the winners with three 7:30: p.m. Colonial vs Koch's;
hits In four times 9 Norman's vs Hurst Shell.
park, but the weather wasn't For this week is planned a trip at bat. p.m.
Colonial scored 12 of their 18 Thursday, July 9Thesegameswere
scheduled for Friday, July
10, but have been changed because -
of the Inv. Tourn.7:30: I
p.m. Koch's vs Hurst Shell;
9 p.m. Norman's vs Colonial.
Wells AppliancesSales STANDINGSColonial 7-I,
Norman's 6-2, Koch's 3-5,Hurst
Shell 08.Mrs. .

.And Service Head. ChambersTo Lung

2 Miles South- 301 Phone 9646061M. Disease CampaignMrs. FAMILY: SIZE REFRIGERATORjust

Bill Chambers has been
b w selected Chairman of the 1970
C. (Bubba) Wells, Owner Starke Campaign for Cystic Fibrosis -
and Related Lung Dis-

eases. 30/2 .inches wide, I"':-.;..;..:..;..:..:..;.....:................,........................................................................"..".."..".."..'.....
The announcement was made ::: ;:::

Jones earlier Greater, Jr.Florida today, president by Chapter Herman of, National the O.- \ 64 inches high jllr I ICE 1111

Cystic Fibrosis Re-

search National Since Foundation.Its Cystic founding Fibrosis, in 1955,Re-the r---- Freezer at top ""Ii MAKER IIII 1

NCFRF) has
search Foundation ( of 14.7 cu. ft. No Frost Refrigerator. '\\1'f 1
conducted an programof 1
research into the cause and t I I -_ ,,, I ) t t 19 Freezer holds up to 147 Ibs. :::: FOR :::

control of cystic fibrosis, an Jet Freeze Ice Compartment, :::1 :::1:
incurable Inherited disease Iwuuwutmniga 2 trays. ;: 1:

which victims.often proves fatal to its I Door shelves, removable egg bin :::1 ONLY ::1:

--- AirConditoners young Recently, it was announced that Twin vegetable bins. 111 ::

the Foundation's area of concern Butter compartment. ;::: 9S ::::
would be expanded to Include all And, no defrosting-ever! 49
serious lung diseases of chil- ,I m:

WhirlpoolTWO dren. The expansion came about Model TBF-15SE 1 :>.
when it was realized thatas manyas
six out of seven patients com- ;1; :::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;::11,
ing to the Cystic Fibrosis Clini- I

GREAT BUYS FOR THE FOURTHI cal-Centers respiratory diseases were found other to have than

cystic fibrosis. While their conditions ONLY .95 I
have different names and 299
are not Inherited like C/F, they
are benefitted by new drugs,
r __r __-- have equipment brought and relief procedures and prolonged that '..T.0eaee .

I life to cystic fibrosis patients.
I I iueir I Iinw out that -- -e e e e
Jones pointed lung e 0-00-----S-S 0
H% I diseases account for more than 0 0 e S S e e
fs.l au
: I ''I J e half of all deaths in children
I under sixteen of Cys-
'( l years age.
.. _"_n--_.. IMeMNgMe. gNrmgplN tic fibrosis is the most com- -
mon and serious of these, and G. E.
r model. Super mod.ts.Include .
is believed to occur in about
feature group C, Include feature group B.
plus Cutaway Mount. air direction) one out of every 1,000liveblrths. .H
((2-way :
"It is probable, Mrs. Cham-
(AVL-179-3, AVL-220-3)) (AVL-280-3, AVL-320-3))
bers added, "that there are children FILTERFLOWASHERi
in Starke who are among
the many undiagnosed victimsof I
22,000 BTU'S 32,000 BTU'S cystic fibrosis. During our i

September Campaign we hopeto
$279.95 $429-9S find those children and make Three Wash Cycles
available to them the life-ex
tending treatment developed Three Water Levels

through the efforts of this .
Play It Cool With Foundation." Filter-Flo Washing System

- Whirlpool I I Bleach Dispenser

Extra Wash
Homecoming will be held at the
Airpark Baptist Church on Sun- Up to 16 Ibs. Capacity
day, July 5 with dinner served at
: Heavy Duty Vi HP Motor
Whirlpool 1 p.m. following the regular. .
morning worship Service.: Three Wash/Two Rinse Temperatures
Everyone welcome.--Mrs. Thel-
ma Dixon, Clerk; G.P. Prevatt, Cold Water Wash and Rinse
I Permanent Press Cycle with Cooldown

Free Appliances POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Porcelain Enamel Top, Lid, Tub and Basket
withstand weather- 20c each,
$2.23 doz. Special price on larrer Unbalanced Load Control

In Stock and Ready For Delivery TelelJraph.l quantities. Bradford County tI

I Side-By-Side Refrigerators and Freezers -Tha Tou Current LEGAL Are Invited Timber NOTICE To Sale Bid The On \ ONLY $ .00SIADE

Seller' Name, Addr.., And .
Pbone, Number; A Map Show. WASHER 1
Chest Type Freezers Ranges $In Bold* ;Location And Other Of Timber Pertinent. To In.Ba
formation Can Be Secured By

County Foreater.Allen P O.Tarleton Box en. .....
Washers Dryers Dishwashe City Btarke.Of Florida Keystone 33091 Height Or .The P.

O. Box S39. Keystone Height,

Be Florida Opened.92656.at Sealed.::00 P.Bid M. On To GAS
Tuesday Nlirht. July 14. 1970. AND APPLIANCES
Central Vacuum Cleaners In Municipal The City Of Bulldinn.Keveone For Height Fur.ther ; !.

Information Contact YourCounty
Forester. at 9U.UU
1 Year FREE Service on ALL Partsand ,-city Clerk or 9U.84U 473.4307 Nlffhtu Day Or From The 332 W. Madison Phone

Labor 5 Year Warranty on Compressor 9:00:Virile A..' M.l Homer to 11 P. M. 964-7701

City Clerk
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Schedule For Bradford County 'Cross And Sword' r.{( llMJl.t! < lPJMli!! JItWPJII.D-.ri--.f( <
Summer ProgramRoute Opens 6th SeasonAt I[UNI ROYAL, .1IiiiI1.Y11IIRDYAL IiIiiIJJNRDYA! IIiiiI,UNIROYAL::1iIi I:UNIROYAL'1IiIii J-INtRaYl.'L' lHIiiI''UNIROYAL

St. AugustineFlorida's
no. Begins at 301 at 221. Proceed South on 221 to 301;
Blackburn Road. West Black- North to 18; Proceed West on 18 '
burn Road to 225A; South to Lake Return by official
beyond Hampton ;
"Cross and Sword opened 1tg
Starke 225: ;East Educ.to Park.Lawtey*.. ; 301 to*.. 18 South to 301.to Hampton North on Elementary.301 to 221; Friday night in St. Augustinefor C
its sixth season.
Proceed 301 to Edwards Loop
on Pul-
Route no. 2Begins at Law- (100A) to SR 100 and to Starke The exciting drama by
tey; 301 North to Highland; 301 Educ. Park. itzer Prize winner Paul Green, An0'

South School; to 225 Lawtey East to Elementary County; tells of, the the Nation's founding oldest of St.city.Augustine ;- New Factory Direct Uniroyal! Dealer

will be
This historic event re-
Line; return to paved road by Route no. 10-Begins In Speed- through Sat-
enacted Tuesdays
Anderson Elementary School; vine' ; proceeds by 100 to South- August
urdays from June 26 through -
proceed 301 to Starke. Educ. side Elementary and Starke
22 at the St. Augustine
Park. Educ. Park. Amphitheatre on State Road 3,
off Ocean Highway A1A.Cur-
Route no. 3Begin at Heil- Route no. 11-Begins at Hampton -
bron Springs through Crawford South on 235; returns to tain time is 8:30: p.m.
; Menendezand
The of Pedro
settlement on graded road to Johns Road; South on graded l his story band of colonists the
Lawtey. 301 to Morgan Road; road to 18; proceeds to Hampton -' problems they encounter in the CASH CARRY TIRES: Inc.
West to State Rd. 16; South to Elementary. State Road 122 and Menendez' -
Florida wilderness
Farmers Market Road; East to to 301; 301 to Lincoln City; ; then Timucuan Indian
love for the -
301. then to Starke. Educ. Park to Southside School and Starke
princess Notina is told
Educ. In music dance and drama a-
Route no. 4Begins on Mor- gainst a background of natural 112 East Cnll St. (Former Southern Marine\ : Building) Phone 961-5800
gan Road. West of Hwy 16 to Route no. 12-Begins at County;
229A; East to 16; Nortl) to County Line South 100; proceeds north scenery. of the audience who
Line; South on 16 to Starke by Forsyth Road and to South- Members
would like to meet the cast, take
Educ. Park. side School and then to Educ.
photographs or have programs
Park. invited to do so 5----
autographed are
Route no. 5Begins at North- '
after the perfor-
Immediately TRUCK
side Baptist Church; West on Route no. 13-Begins on N.E. each Interested visitors -
225 to 229 and proceed toStarke. Corner of Griffis Loop; West to mance
Educ. Park 100; South to Griffis Loop.Northon ; the backstage are also area.permitted to tour OVER TIRES FARM y
Griffls Loop to Graded road Information regarding Cross
Route no. 6-Begins at inter- East and return West on Wilson
section of 100 and 235; !North: to Road to Southside School and on and Sword as well as tickets TIRES
for all are
229; West to 225; South to 100; to Starke Educ. Park. performances
100 to Starke.Educ. Park. able by writing Box 1965 St.
Augusine. Admission is $2.50
Route 14-Begins at Farmers 1 000
for adults $1 for students and
Route no. 7Begins at Brooker Market; East to Laural Baptist Boat
8 servicemen
; 235 !North: to 100; 100 East to Church; South to 16; South on children under and -
in uniform admitted BUY
Starke. Educ. Park. graded road to Country Club. ,
free. '
I Hwy 230 to Bessent Road. Weston Trailer

I Educ.Highway Route Park.no.18 to 8-BeglnsatBrooker.301;North Starke "Starke Bessent Educational Road to Southside Park Cub Scouts Tires In Stock To Choose From Tires NOW & y

Starke Educational Park B.H.S., Given AwardsAt
Route no. Begins at There- Starke Elementary and Middle
ssa proceeds West on 18 to Hwy School)) June MeetingCub FULL 4-PLY POLYESTER SAVE I

Bradford Will Send More June Pack Scout meeting Pack at 513 the held South-its Plus Glass Belt SOF THEW 1o-0

To College Than Ever Before side sented cafeteria by Cubmaster with awards Dewey pre-McKinney -\) ,, k,(
to the following boys: And Wide Ovals #
This Fall a greater proportion college in 1960. Mark Limcaugco George Guer- /
of Bradford's young people than How much thev will have to rero, Manuel Guerero, Kelly )'
ever before will be heading for pay will depend upon where they Griffls Kevin Griffis and Wayne At
college. are going. The range is broad.At Sapp who earned their Bobcat THEFACTORY
And, for the parents of most state colleges and other Badges. They.are from Den 5
of them it presents a bigger publicly-supported institutionsthe of Raiford. DIRECT "IN" FIBERGLASS
financial problem than before average outlay will be about ..;, e BELTS
because college costs have been $1,250: for tuition fees, room and Den No. }V- Pat Mundorff,Johnny -
zooming skyward.The board. That is the price for those Goolsby and Alan Montgomery PRICES Without! POLYESTER
result is that funds they had living in the state. For non-resi- earned their Wolf Badges. Terry You're not isa CORD
set aside for the purpose are no dents it is l higher. Mundorff is the first Cub Scoutto
lunger adequate. :Added to this is Private colleges also vary earn his Bear Badge. Congratulations with it! 4 IN
the: fact that bank loans are harderto widely in cost, the average being ; Johnny Goolsby received MMM 70 SERIES
get, interest rates are high and about$2,720, the Office of Educa- his l Assistant Denncr Bar. U N I ROYAL .
Federal aid to needy students has tion states.
been reduced. But that's not all. Then comes Den No. 2- William Crowson THE ROAD J JA
Hardest l hit by mounting costs the cost of transportation,books John Denmark, Del Griffls Chris OFF THE ROAD-ON '
and the tight money conditions clothing, recreation and mis- 1-elos, and Josh McGriff earned 'Alley Car TIGER PAW
arc those families that have more cellaneous items. Wolf Badges. John Denmark received Trucks and Campers!
than one child going to college at Taking everything into conside- l his Denner bars and William Great Tire for
the same time. They have to dig ration, the total cost is around Crowson his assistant Den- .-
even deeper. $1,750 and in a private college ner Bar. ; -- with RAISED WHITE LETTERING
Based upon; the number Bradford $3,400. .
County students heading for The $1,054,000 price tag for Pen No. 3- !Nelson: Green received GUARDIAN t i
college and upon the new tuition Bradford County parents Is on his Dernier Bars, and
rates, local families will be the presumption that the local David Rowe his assistant Den Fantastic Response
earning I a $1,054,01)0) load for students will divide equally between ner Bar.
the coming academic year, it is public and private colleges.
estimated. WebelosThe following boys TRACTION and Handling
Data on college enrollmentsfor Srnokry SrrysrWtIDFIRES earned their Naturalist Badge ,
the coming semester and on and their Sportsman Badge:Ter- '
the costs involved were compiled WASTE RESOURCES ry Saucer Bobby Smith Joey With All Nylon :
by the t'.S.; Office of Education, ODSTMONEV.!' !':eats, and Timmy Schiller.
the Census Bureau and others. The July Pack meeting will
Their! figure indicate that 1- be held on July 25 at Girl Scout ,
810,000outlis()()() will be starting Camp !Neyatl: on Kingsley Lake.

college this year, bringing the $
total enrollment to a record 7- : P: \ CUARDIAN
Bradford County's contingentwill
total 410, it is estimated. JacksonvilleBusiness TYPE NYLON
This compares with 160 In the -2771FEn; EX. TAX / COED TIRE
local area who were going to )
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The State of Florida ORGANS ad.

It I. Our )Desire. to Hake You. Feel Welcome. und Roo.enUlatl3AA8.51ta: L.
To Alluaint You With Your ('it}.

If >nu sue new In the area a phone

call will lirin-r >on a prompt visit DUDE CASH CARRY TIRE: Inc.

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her a cull! She ha*. map and many Western Clothing Leather- ,
good. Saddle and Trailer t
free and wonderful !gifts for you Charles A: Sharon Petty .
from. local. hu,'..ine>.es.! Mt S. Edcvrrood SS4-1Z1 UNIROYAL I I first introduced : E3ID MS C

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Barbara Hill part last used: as a cafeteria,was was at the south end of the build- holders approved a $7,000* bond

torn down, according to most ing, as it was most recently.At issue by a 27-25 vote. Consolidation -
Sold:l for $5, 150 to Walden accounts, and the present one- Hampton, at the time, were Mrs. of the Hampton and Ther- 4.
B. Wadsworth and Rudolph De- story north-south wings were Floy Sullivan of Theressa, who essa schools was set up by the ..
Watevs when bids were openedat added, then the whole stuccoedfor spent 29 years at the school time of the building renovation.
the June 23 School Board a uniform appearance. here, and before then, taught Ninth grade graduates from I" ..
meeting, the old Hampton Elem- Before the 1932 remodelling, 5 grades at the Theressa school; the first class after the remodel-

entary School building, vacant there were at least three or Mrs. Beatrice Futch, who retired ling were Olen Bedenbaugh, Audrey .' -
since November 1967, begins a four rooms, according to Harmon a few years ago after 40 ]Hall (Geiger), Merle John- 4Y. 1 11'h I -

new chapter in an old story. Morgan, former Bradford years in the teaching professionM. son (Singleton), Wilson May,
Dating back to the turn of the County School Superintendent who M. Morrow was principal at Charlie Morgan, and Mary Wiggins : '
century when it was an L-shaped attended grammar school in the time. (Williams). j-jI j
frame building, the outline of the Hampton, and part of the buildingwas School board minutes for 1930- Mrs. Sullivan has kept papers
building was changed radically In two-story, as is the central 31 show the bcginings of the plans from some of the years she spentat
the summer of 1932. All but the part of the present building. He for renovating the school, and in Hampton School. The school I '. r,:
center section, the alJditoriumCdltorlal remembered the firstgrade room an election in May 1931. freeI paper, the "Monocle,"was printed I :

during the 30s and 40s. In

I 1937, on the staff was Marie

Taylor, editor; Eugene Chason, :.
Claude Durham Odell Hinson, .
Mary Johnson, Randall Boyd L. r .s. riw.
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". A. Johns, Jr., Othma Sullivan. I -- : 7 ,. ., c .
PTA Officers that year were t km.. ,4s"f 'fX-w. i C l

Mrs. J, L. Hall, president, Mrs. f .. "i. & *< e tg* $n
Mary Watterson,vice-president; .... .
: Mrs. Gerald Adkins, secretary, I.- < '';' -**. '* .:- .. .. _
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I 'UIL and Mrs. L, A, Johns, treasurer. j3L;.,, *ii! ...!:; i2.::;), '. "'...tJ o_ ,," lQv. ., 8.0... .:.: .J.-..
'. c.t. School began on the Fourth of I
July, and for ended
many years .
before Christmas, Mrs. Sullivan Old Hampton school in 1899 photo by Hoover Bros.

,t ti r ) says.school Then an eight-month; program that year were Hilda for the furnace to need tending.On In 1942, there were 30 pupilsin made to the new building north-

I. with year was inaugurated,and Brown, Truby Slade, Grover the staff of the 1940-41 Mono- grades 7-9, threatened with east of Hampton, and although
the July beginning, classes
Eva Ernest going to Starke to Jr. high In cafeteria facilities were usedat
still finished before March in Fredric, Lillie Mae Triest, cle were Gladys Hersey,
time for chldren to help in the Mae Triest, Edith Chason, Olivia Triest, Betty Darling, Dorothy 1940-41, there were 97 enrolledIn the old school during the rest
strawberry picking.In Hill, Richard May, Walter Swin- Watterson, G. L. Padgett, Hazel grades one through nine. of that year, it has mostly stood
e J 1938-39 115 enrolled on the dell. Packham, Emory Brown, John In 1958, $20,000 of a Bradford idle since that time.
x > fourth of July, plus 30 parents Hall-all ninth graders. County bond issue was earmarked Four bids were submitted for
: t r who attended the opening day In 1940, County Superintendent Beginning first grade in the fall for improvements for I Hampton the building. Harold D. Watersbid
of 1940 Frankie Brown, which $500 for use for recreational
WE. Middleton told parents and were Elementary School,
oroeram. which (officially) included -
fireworks on the school- faculty at the school of the debt- Louise Adkins, Syliva May, included roof repair, new oure- purposes; E. E, Wasdin
grounds. On the Monocle staff ridden status of county schools, Frankie Jean Rahmes, Vernon scent lighting as the major Waldo, bid $1,201,06 for the land

'.-. were Claudia Brown, Juanita and patrons of the school agreedto Slade, Peggy Hinson, Gladys changes.In and $611.06 for the building; T.J.
Kalch, and ninth grade officers pay the light bill, buy chalk, Hicks, Shirley Dennison. the fall of 1962, eighth grade Alderman bid $1,110 for a portion
; ,, ;;: ; :, ,:' ,'-' '' /'.., were Elsie Geiger, president; brooms, toilet tissue and "other Dinner on the grounds the final was moved to the r-Sr. Bradford of the school perporty that adjoined -
Lft. :::. J'i Willard Wynn,vp Junanita Kalch, necessary items for daily use." day of school before Christmaswas High School in Starke, to con- his home, and Rudloph
: ;.; : .......-, ." >J'iifI ; event--chicken and DeWaters and Walden B. Wads-
secretary and Dorothy Johnson, Students were to take care of the quite an form to Florida standards for a
treasurer. In a third gradeFarmers building and grounds until time rice, and cakes and pies brought six-grade elementary school. In worth in the combined bid that
Sidewalk Littered With Rubbletzj'1li by the parents. November 1967, the move was won bid 5150.

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Diaryage" _
It's a woman's

I There wasn't anyone around as for some reason or :
the county talking "drought" last other, conditions around here /
Saturday when we had a seriesof fluctuate from one extreme to c
I thunderstorms and showers the other and we seldom havea .
all day long and we had a lot water table in the soil whichis
Martha Sue McCain
So more rain than anyone wanted. satisfactory to everyone. By

From all appearances, we may There's no use complaining, County Extension
expect) such weather right though, as the Weatherman gets d Home Economics Agentes
ThisIs through the summer season, a- knocked in the head by every-
1 and is quite used to it.
long with high winds like those -- one FROM MILDEWAs with cornstarch or talcum

which recently tore off the roof ... ... the summer humidity goes powder to absorb moisture and
of Ernest Triest's barn near By Sam McGarveyIn up, so do chances for mildewto allow to set for several hours.
Hampton. stains be removed with
Any can
fact, if the rains continuewe Saturday will be IndependenceDay strike your home.
Starke r .M t ... ... ... will soon be talking "drain- and over at Keystone Heights Be on the look-out for this Ink irradicator; use carefullyand
xV they will observe It with a bene- ever present mold. It appearsas sparingly.

I fit fish fry at the Keystone Beachat a thin whitish growth 'with 4 M t ..
5 p.m. staged by the Rotary a very offensive odor.
Club. The Lions Sportsmen'sClub Molds are always present in
After The "Cleanup"citizens ,,: and the Volunteer Fire Department the air but thrive in damp, poor- Looking for a "Rule of thumb"to
are also working on ly aired, warm dark places. A- figure out the cost of eggs?
the which will Include reas such as closets, showersand Generally speaking, if there is
less than a seven cent price
If one picture is worth a thousand from such a hazard. music, patriotic speeches, a targets.basement playrooms are easy spread per dozen eggs betweenone
Lake Geneva anda
words, what kind of story do these boatarama on display of fire- Mildew attacks fabrics, lea- size and the next smaller

pictures tell to the world about the Children use this sidewalk, as well t works spectacular at night. ther, paper and wood. Fabrics of size (in the same grade) you

business district of Starke? as adults. It is easy to imagine what 7, man-made fibers, such as ace- will get more for your moneyby

would have happened if the wall had ... tate, nylon and polyester, are buying the larger size.

Maybe it isn't "good publicity" to come tumbling down in the daytime normally they resistant become to mildewed molds. But If .. .. .
In this world we may
publish such pictures. Maybe we should rather than at night. Some sizeablelaw live in, merry-mad of our holidays they are soiled or stained with

just close our eyes and pretend they suits would have been filed had .' .. have lost many their real significance food. Clean clothes -- of any Bulletins from this office on

aren't there, but such ostrich-like anyone been injured, and the city, 1 and present just a day off from fiber -- are less likely to mil- Canning, Freezing Pickling, and

tactics won't do any good when a of course, would have been liable, as work and time to go fishing, dew.To preserving. Please are free call 964-6554 to you uponrequest. or

visitor comes to town and gets his well as the property owner, since a ,. : VV boating or seimming. We hope, prevent in stored mildew garments discoloration remember -- Write to P.O. Box 267, Starke.
though, that everyone pause
first impression of Starke from this city sidewalk was involved. : : '. V for a moment on that day to to put away only clean,
sorry sight on East Call St. '' u; dry fabric items. Try to keep Also, we have lots of requestfor
5:\,\ 1 .. .. thank God for the blessings endowed -
The City Council has been reluctantto :''' r '.::', on our country which have storage places as dry as possible this recipe.

It just might be that the visitor was act in such cases in the past since 'h:;t..n:. :'At4'. '" : enabled us to become one of the A light bulb that is kept DILLED OKRA

thinking about buying a home here. condemnation of property involves \." .... \1', ,. ,... greatest nations this world has lit will produce sufficient heatto Soak okra overnight in cold
; For safe-
!/ :,: .:' ,: stop
or starting a business or build- lengthy and expensive court proceed- .,\\"V Irt.:. ; :.,.. ;\,.(..... ..\' .,!: ... ever seen. ty, be careful not to allow the water. Pack okra in jars. In a
ing a new factory. ings, and condemnation is an unpopu- ."\ ..r.' '. ,' ,' ", I. : ,. Cs.. bulb to touch flammable arti- pan heat: 1 cup water, I table-
.t. I', f ,
: ,. spoon salt, and I vinegar.
cles. cup
lar word with many. t. ,' : .. '
Can you imagine what his reaction .\; k \. \\.IJ} :" '::5 u .v.\ .' Going from the sublime to the Try to keep your whole houseas Place sprig of garlic in jars,
:, dry as possible. A dehumidifier piece of dill (or dill seed) if
like this? After Section 6t) of the City Char- rediculous, we note that scien-
would be to a sight But '
w"I.. ..... "" or an air conditioner is an fresh dill Is not available, anda
: '
tists in testing the IQ of pigs
all, there are plenty of communitiesthat ter, dealing with General Health and 1 :;:':'''f:'t .1H..t.\t. ";: .' '. t\.. have found that Durocs are the ideal way to remove moisture. piece of red pepper. Cover
take in their downtown dis Welfare the City "to do \ I \ '" Remove mildew fabrics jar with other hot mixture and
pride gives power I.r ; : .. smartest and that porkers of spots on -
.Jof.q' ,
tricts. that are spending large whatever may be deemed necessaryor 't. ., .t'.Hlt \" t '. the Hampshire breed are the as soon as you discover opal
sums of money, with or without govern- proper for the safety, health, con- "". "0> ",.},.o' ..,.......;.h..t.t." ;' :,,.,.)..1.,,.k.,':,..:.,. .'.........". .... most thick-headed. They also doors them. Brush to prevent off the mold scattering out-
ment aid, to keep such things as this venience, and general welfare of its :l ,f.t.\T, '" ...: ." .-. ',.' ,. '.. ." '. .y! report that young pigs learn bet-
'. ... .oJ. .J. ". ; :::, :::. :.. spores In the house. Sun and
from happening by creating malls, inhabitants. ." .....f.. 't..,,,.. ..'..:,,'ri., :, : .i. .w.: ..;.;,,..,.:.I.\ ., ". ". .. '.. ., ....;.. ... ".", t' 1I'II".' ter hogs than are hogs more and intelligent that heavy than air fabrics thoroughly. The
small downtown parks, improved park- (, '. ,. .: .\ '. {':'o,'.. ,.,':, .. .. ." \, ..",. :/". :. lean ones. If any spots remain, drycleanor

ing areas and other improvements to Certainly, ridding the City of such wash at once with detergentand

replace decayed blocks. How can we crumbling eyesores, firetraps, and rodent Till( : SIMIUT{ 01 LIIIKKTY"Tin { 5 *. in the water sun.; For rinse stubborn well and stains dry, Book ShelfADULT .

hope to compete with such far-sighted breeding grounds would come
bleach with lemon juice and salt,
The aim of the researches is
communities in attracting new resi- under the heading of "safety, health, nallltof \mcrica inii-l ahui 1'0 exalt theju.t to develop a strain of geniusesof sodium perborate bleach or dilute KCTION;

dents or new businesses? convenience, and general welfare," pride of patrioliMti., What heller: nords than swine that will be smart e- chlorine bleach.To Finish Me Off--Waugh; Jeremiah -
as well as just good common sense. these lo nough to use self-feeders and remove mildew from lea- 8:20: --Hill; Down All The
commemorate tinainmiT.ni'> of the !signing i ther goods, first wipe with an Days--Brown Twice Retired--
Fortunately the sidewalks were deserted temperature controls in housing ;
I of the Declaration of Independence: units, but they are finding alcohol-saturated cloth and fol- Lockridge; In The Highlands
when the facade of this long- One good crumble leads to another,
from the low with a wash with thick sad- Since Time ImmemorialOstrow -
lips of ; that the of varies
George Wtiihiiigloii", came IQ hogs greatly -
vacant building came tumbling down so let us hope the City moves with- many dle soap suds. ; The House On Bitterness
Just it does with
I one night last week. There had been out further delay to protect the life admonition* and .talemcnN of faith that all 411'U The report as concludes that people.far- You can stop mold growth In Street--Trevino; The Case Of

ample warning. The wall was crackedand and limb of its citizens, young and Mould do ',>ll |to recall, on this fourth of July vhen mers with fat, young Durocs leather goods by scattering cry- The Gilded Fly--Montgomery;

bulging for many months, but old, from another shower of concrete our nation i i.. fraughtillt di"'-cu-ion.". As", for example had better be careful, though, stals of paradichlorobenzene Unexpected Death--Shannon;
(moth crystals) paraformal- Shoot An Arrow To
or The
been done to our or the pigs will try to take over Stop
had protect
nothing blocks. : "While 'e are contending for lib-)
our ottii the farm. dehyde powder in shoes or lug- Wind--Stuart; The Cost Of Liv-
1'1'U' should h. very cautions not lo violate rightsin gage; then keep in tight con- ing Like This--Kennaway: No

conscience in other* ." *. 5 *. tainers. After storage, air thor- Promises In The Wind--Hunt.
oughly before use.
.\llIllu lho.e ho violence force their
1"'l'Ourllu to In our experience with raising Scrub mildewed floors or wood- ADULT NONFICTIONFrom

ticnpoint* upon others, or to voice their displcaMirc ", hogs, we never had one that we work with a mild alkali such as Those Wonderful Folks

The Bradford -- h (lc. -' i 'OIllIllNllllh..sf' thought was smarter than we washing soda. Rinse the wood Who Gave You Pearl Harbor--
County /l' ) troing' proper! *'e (
with clear water and allowto Delia; Financial Self-Defence--
but that
were, is just one man'sopinion.
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED nordt of (iciieral; Washington : "The Very idea of The opposite may well dry throughly. Then applya Springer; Conrad's Short Fic

; iYl the potter and the right of the people to olaldi.hgovernment ", have been true, for all we knew, mildew-resistant paint. tion--Graver; About EpUipsy--
1879ASSOCHATKON because the Mildewed paper should first Scott; The Peripatetic Diabetic--
hog smart
was e-
the of indiv
ItI'.lIl'l'u..1 dim every be wiped with clean soft clothto Bennett M
nough to keep his opinion to a ; ForsterMcDowell -
(,om :\ og {dual, to 1)h') the established! ". go* eminent. Every himself. remove any dry, loose mold.If ; Carnival--Lewis; The Com-

ahnible valuable end of government i. bra l answered liy the books are damp, sprinkle pag- plete Guide To Retirement--Collins

I MEMBERFLORIDA Then Joel, said, "Let us enlightened confidence. of the people, and by teaching 5 *. 1larjuanaGoode; Portrait Of India Gardening--Mehta;
HESS make man In our Imale.Wt'n. ."- i the 1''opl'lh"III"'h.,,, to kium and to value I their Tobacco farmers are busy depending on whether the first Do's & Dont's--Baker; The Rise

( 1:26): ). o' n rights. lo di-criminatc"' the spirit of liberty these days getting ready for marketing go flowers to seed.are cut The off one before we they like And Fall Of The Man Of Let-

Whene are discouragedwith from that of 1i.'nlioll""('cherishing,, the I first l, later this month and in best is the watermelon red variety The ters--Gross Works ;Of A Bibliography Kathering Anne Of
these hot
our failure to change( avoiding the la..l-and' milling a speedy but temperale every dollar days the, they crop really produces earn, although there are many Porter--Waldrip. C B Radio O-
\ ) other colors to choose from.
someone ol.se. to make him actor vigilance intiolalde if perator's Guide--Brown Tactics
aguin.t encroachment, with an as you think it is hot try ;
be like we think he should On Trout--Ovington How To Hunt
'' going out in a tobacco field In 55. ;
pause und 1't'ttect.1..' may. be respect lo (lie I;"",. the middle of a day. American Small GameAnderson -

E. L. MATTHEWS. Editor-Publisher trying to make someone! in our Toda) the President of the United Stale i is !seeking All those deep rumbling noises ; William Wells Brown And

Published each Thursday and entered as Second image instead; of rememberingthat to end; di "cn-ioii in this. nation-to bring peace S.. .. you hear nowadays are not Clotelle--Heermance.

Class Matter at the Post Office at SUrke Florida it's God's image he is and harmony hoih within and without our borders. thunder, but rather are the sounds *

under Act of March 3rd, 1879. created( to portray. If God's Ma I the Vnicriciiii; aloft One of our favorite flowering of a rapidly approaching political So /far more people have
eagle proudh soar -a s ml -
Subscription In tradeareat: 1 year, 3.00; Outside will and! purpose; arc being fulfilled l > shrubs, the crepe myrtle, is campaign season. And so !written books about the Saturday .
trade area: 1 year, $3.50 then ,just add o'-r' bless' hul| of liberty) and .justice for all And may that coming out now and will con- we may be in for a long, hot Evening Post than were
t ing. phra-e become a living reality: tinue to bloom for a long time, summer in more ways than one. advertising in it when it folded.rmw .

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By Enu. Blanchard

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United Methodist: Sun.
day School 9:45; Worship service -
i! II ajn. and 8 p.m.; MYF I
7 P.m. 1
First Baptist: Sunday School
9:45. Worship services 11 a.m.
and 8 p.m.; Training Union 7
p.m.}; Midweek services Wednesday
8 pjn.Church .
of God Sunday
: School '

day turn 10 a.m.7:30:and;P.m.HfghJand 7:30 Worship. p.m.; YPE services Thurs 11 ODD STOa S ',.' .."JQ.WER!,:' E'GUf, ; :P I(($ ..' .:W.E'E L $PEt'AI: :( '$" ':. ':S'iij';: '.qR. Efl"s.r'Ar.., s:,.

Baptist:Sunday School:
9:45 a.m.; Worship services 11 PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 8
a.m. and 7:30p.m.;PrayermeetIng L
Wednesday 7:30 followed by- SWIFTS PREMIUMHAMS
choir practice.PERSONALS .
U.a 99

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Green were grieved to learnof
the death of their small daughter
Tracy. Prayers love and
sympathy are extended to the 'Don't miss this Offer!

Mrs.parents Joe and Dorko the grandparents.and Mr. and Pa'l1asia &I' j'l.a
Mrs. W.H. Green, and great-
grandmother, Mrs.Ernest Wells,
Green.and Wells family.A OOOO JULY 1 THIU JULY I LB.

family barbecue supper was . LB. CAN
at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Bennett on Saturday C

Jackson the nett National who S.C.left Guards.Tuesday for training About for Fort with'50 I WITH PURCHASE A'3 00 Fryer Parts LB.59c SI.I I. Bacon 1201.PKG... 59 Drumsticks LB' 39C

relatives and friends attended. BANQUET. Chicken N' Dumplml! ,Chop Suey Chlck.n Chow M.in;
PORK((3 to 5 Lb.Avg. ) Beef St.w&Sliced Turk.y wGrovyW.D / W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS

the Little weekend Miss with Gayle her Shuford uncle spent and Ribs 69C 2 99c Roast $129)
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Car OOODJUSY ITNAOUO LB' ",. /
ter, on Mirror Lake where they This coupon worth*1.00/ :;

are Jacksonville with Miss Arthurlne Enza spent Blanchard.Blanchard the weekend On of ''r & PEPPER SALT H London Broil LB. $))29 Round Steak 99C Round Roast LB. $1) 39DRINKS

Saturday they visited Mrs. D.B. t2.99PRICE CRACKIN' 0Jy
Lynn In Melrose.Mr. .
and Mrs. R.J. (Jack) An- iiIrisTATO CHEK ALL FLAVORS SOFT
drews and family visited Mr. o PaN N
and Mrs. Dalton Warrick and .
family in Palatka and enjoyeda !
cookout supper on Monday eve- p. ;
ning of last week.
Mrs. Andrews' son,James Nor-
man, Is visiting his grandmother GOOD JIMT J TNRU AUOUS1 11 ,' "TWIN I
Mrs. Vaner Rosier, In Kal- This coupon worth $1.00 WNLnASE 9I 1
ford this week. Curtis Andrews '' PACK" I
of Ocala is visiting Mr. and COVERED
Mrs. Andrews this week. CASSEROLE

Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyett and n, $$6.99 PRICE ;q' 9-oz. ,
daughters were visiting in Val-
dopta Ga. over the weekend. $1.00 VALUE / ,
David and Rene Hall of Max- $ N !
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ville are spending the summer
with their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. J.D. Clark. Lf Ji-j .
Mr. and Mrs. Doc: Thomas _. 11 zo
of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. 41
and Mrs. Harold Eunice and family O lZ-OZ.
during the week. ,
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Mrs. Selma Eunice is spendinga '
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Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Harley ajid 11
Mrs. Jackie Smith and childrenof H Cf COUPON KRAFT limit one Mayonnone of/ your choice w/J5/ .00 or more purchoie excluding cigar.rl.i.
Bushnell, were visiting relat- VALUE DEEP
ives here over the weekend. $4.49 b QUART '
PaN E MAYONNAISE I Mayonnaise 49c
Mrs. Vergie Stress of Zephy- !lcay"
rhllls spent a few days with e .
Mr. and Mrs. Ed May and family FRENCH'S PREPARED
last week. I

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Aguiar SANTAROSA. i MUSTARD 24.oz. 28eCOOKING
Plums .3 $100 1 JAR
of Jacksonville visited Mr. and
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Mrs. Truman Norman and family WASH STATE RED IP
on Sunday. : ASTOR
Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Teston of Cherries . LB.59c
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. OIL 68C
and Mrs. J.E. Teston and family BOTiIE49.0x.
on Sunday. Lemons . DG=. 49C . .
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum Jr. FAMILY SIZE
and children, with Mr. and Mrs. RED RIPE((28 IB AVERAGE)
O.E. Pearson visited Mr. and Watermelons 99e 0 f
Mrs. Paul Camp and family In EACH GAIN DETERGENT lt$219
Cottondale, Ala. over the week- SALAD BASKET .
end. They also called on other Tomatoes . 29 DIXIE DARLING. BUTTERMILK

friends Miss while Pam there.Tye is spending a THRIFTY MAIDORANGE F REN ENRICHED BREAD 4 1 TlB.s$100DIXIE

few Roberts days, in with Jacksonville.her cousin, Terry DRINK 2-1/' gal. g0C -

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wise and DARLING. HAMBURGER&
son Bill Mr. and Mrs. Alec Pole Beans 2 Ibs. 39c
Anderson and W.J. Wise, all
of Opp, Ala., spent the weekend WIENER BUNS =
with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise .
and sons and other relatives in r'f' -;. saws
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Special Flag Day Randy Williams Minnie Lee Silcox -

To Be ObservedAt ,"

Randy Williams age 3, died Mrs. Minnie Lee Silcox, 80, ,,4
Pine Monday in Hope Haven Hospital of Starto died Thursday, June tI!
Jacksonville, after an extended 25, after a brief Illness. She
Ulness. He was born in Starkeon was born In Bradford Countyon t
Sunday July 5. will be a special August 30 1966 and was the Feb. 22. 1890 and had lived
day at Pine Level Baptist grandson of the late Jesse and here all her life. She was a
Church on Highway 100 west. Margaret Newsome of Starke. member of Pine Hill Congregational

His father! was the late Morris Church.
In announcing the observance, Williams. Surviving Is one daughter,Mrs.

said: "As Americans we are Surviving are his mother Mrs.; cis and Leory Silcox, all of LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125,Northwest Law Sunday: Bible Study 10 ajn.; Sunday BETHEL School BAPTIST 10 a.m.CHURCH' Morn- School, 9:45: a.m.Morning Youth-
proud to be a part of this great Evelyn Newsome Williams two Starke; one brother Leaman 1404 E. Bessent Road tey. Sunday School.10 a.m.MornIng Morning Worship and Communion 11 kvening.Worship Worship 11 ajn.
nation and to have the freedoms Green, Gainesville three sisters Sunday Night Ing Worship ajn.; Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice -
: 11:15.
brothers, Bruce and Blain Williams ;; .Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.m. Worship, Service. 11 a.m. Evening ser- 7:30 Prayer
that guaranteed under our mrs. Maggie Forsyth and Wednesday p.m.; Wednesday 8 pjn.
and one sister Elaine Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacra- 'Service, 7:30 p.m. vices, 6.Wednesday. 7:30
Mrs. MaIsie both of p.m.; Wednesday. -Rev. Robert D. Burch
Constitution. So this Sunday we Sparkman 7:30 p.m.Rev.
Williams, all of Folkston Ga.. ment 6 pan Prayer Meeting, : Worship service -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor.
will be having a Flag Day at and his grandparents Mr. and Hampton;;: and Mrs. Evalena Sou- MondayMia 7:30 p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 pjn. Minister Jack P. Bell.MMJPXQfiLCHBlSTMN .
the church to commemorate our Morton therland, Lawtey. TuesdayPrimary 4:30 p.m. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Mrs. Williams Way-
Declaration of Independence and ea.Funeral. Funeral services were held WednesdayRelief Society, PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAFCt. Highway 100-A
the flag that represents our country. cross at 2 p.m. Sunday In Jones Memorial 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunda9:45: ajn. Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
." Chapel with Rev. E.C. Dean Hansen, Branch Presi- Ing Worship, 11 ajn. Pre- \ CHURCH School, 11 ajn. Morning Worship Worship, 11. Training Union '
services were held officiating.Interment was dent. Services (Booster Band. Young Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- 6 p.m. Training Union 7 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8.
Flags will be available for ,11 2 p.m. Wednesday with Rev. in Dyal Cemetery under direct- People, and Prayer Service* 6 Ing Worship U ajn. Evening, p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8
who comes to Sunday Jene McCullough officiating. Interment ion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral JORDAN MISSIONARY ServiceWedne7 pjn., Worship, -James Shaw pas-' Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser- p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy,pastor.
School everyone at 10 a.m., and a special followed in Crosby Lake Home. BAPTIST MISSION Midweek sday, tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday
flag ceremony will be held with Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones' U.S. 301 North behind Tas- 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland, night-1 P.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
all military personnel of the Funeral Home in charge. ..,. Frees Drive In, Sunday Pastor. BROOKER Sunday School 9:30; Training
church in full dress.. e e e Melvin E. McGillMelvin School, 10 a.m. Worship Service BROOKER BAPTIST, FLA.CHURCH. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor-
11 ajn. and 7 Prayer ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
Rebellious college itudeati p.m. Rev. Jim Temple paster.. Sunday Sunday School 9:45 ajn.; 7 Prayer Meeting 7:30
All friends and members are are refusing to Join Phi Beta Eugene McGill 49, of Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes HOPJB 13APTISTEHURCH School. 10 a.m. Ron Bris Morning Worship, 11 ajn.;;: Eve- Wednesday.pjn.;
urged to attend this special service Kappa, which always struck Starke died in a local hospital day.Leroy (Highway 100 at Theressa) tol, Superintendent Training ning Worship. 7pm.;Wed.Prayer Pastor Rev. Robert West.
us as a nice enough frat, bat Tuesday, June 23, after a brief Olive, pastor E.L. Sunday School-10 a.m:, Morn- Union, 6:45 p.m. Lowell Doug Meeting and Bible Study 7
a trine stuffy. illness. He was born in Alabamaon GrUfls associate pastor. Ing Worship- a.m.; Training las Director. Worship Services p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST

Oct. 7, 1920 and had lived In DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Union6:30: p.m.; Evening;Wor- I 11 a.m., 7:30: Lavern Outlaw G.F. "Prevatt, pastor. Everyone- Suno'jy; School 10 a.m. Morn-

I Instructional Swimming Classes Starke for the past several BROOKER ship7:15 Wednesday p.m.Night Prayer v Ser- ''music director.HEILBRONNBAPTXSl. Welcome. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training
years where he operated an
Summer 1970 upholstery shop. He was a mem- Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship
8 service
ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7p.m. Packham pastor. p.m. Wednesday night ,
ber of the Free Will Baptist : FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Training Union, 6 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
Church. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School,
-L.L. Parker pastor.
Leave at 8:30: a.m., Hampton Rev Lacy Conway: pastor.
DATES: Monday July 6, 1970 Elementary-Leave at 9 ajn. R. Surviving Is his wife Evelyn GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morn- 9:45 ajn. Morning Worship.10:45:
Haddock McGill;;: two daughters Ing Worship, 11. Evening Service 7:15 pjn. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
(start); last day Friday August J. E. Elementary-Leaveat8a.m. CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Training Union ajn.
14 1970 at Gwendolyn and Marsha McGill; 6:30: p.m. Evening Service 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30: Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
Southslde Elementary-Leave Starke.
422 N. St. Clair St., Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
one son, Maxwell McGill :
PLACE Midweek Worship 11. Training Union
Lake Enlisted Service 7:30.
p.m. .
KIngsley -
: 9 Elementary-
a.nu, Lawtey School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor.
Men's Area Camp Bland- Leave at 1010am.StarkeElem: la of Starke McGill; ;;: his Marianna mother;Mrs.one bro-Lei- Services.Sunday 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30.

Ing. entary-Leave at 10:10: a.m. (Bus Otis -Rev. YW Kldd, pastor. _. _
ther. McGill Alabama; and --------- ------- -. .i - - -
NOTE: Students must enter and no. 1)), Starke ElementaryLeaveat - - ------. -' -- ---------------
one Mrs. Odessa r
leave by school bus. 10:10: a.m. (Bus no. 2) sister Ball FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD -. _
CLASSES 3 shifts ( "pick- Marianna. / _- .,- ..-- _---
see Note: Middle School and BUS OF STARKE I ;
up" times and places) students choose the centers Funeral services were held Ralford ,
may West Weldon St. and
"Pick-up" schedule by nearest their homes. with in Marianna DeWitt at C 2 p.m. Friday Road I /
Jones Funeral
schools or centers: Swimming Personnel: Mike Home In charge of arrangements. Sunday School: 10:00 am,11:00 : FREEDOM ': :
Anderson Elementary-Leave at Sexton Director and Staff of 11 ajn. C.A. Services: 7:00: p.m. N ,
8 a.m.. Brooker Elementary Instructors. Evangelistic Services. t

_-- JIIIHII; 'i Service t Inscription for the Statue of Liberty t .'
Pastor: T.E. Gilly
r ;; \ Tracy Lynnett Green, age 2, t BV EMMA LAZARUS I ;
died Friday, June 26,In a Gaines SMYRNA MISSIONARY
I YOURFURNITURE ville Hospital after an extended BAPTIST CHURCH ;
1 ,! illness. She was born In Jack- 633 W. Pratt St Sunday ser- : due me your tired, !your poor :

sonville on July 29, 1967. vices: Sunday School 10 a.m.
:;' Surviving are her parents, Ar- Preaching, 11 ajn. Training t Your huddled masses yearning. breathe free,
j t. thur L. and Martha Bales Green; Union, 5:45: p.m Evening Wor- I
====',' : one sister Donna; a brother ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. t The wretched refuse of !your teeming shore. I
T I By BILL WILSON 'L', 1'...,,- Arthur Green Jr., all of Starke; -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor! .
; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. t Send .these,the homeless, .tempest-tossed. to met I

; Dorko. all of Lawtey;and great CHURCH t I lift/ my! lamp beside the golden door. I :

k'EATHEHS: ; TIME I x grandmother Mrs.Mae B.Wells Sunday Scholl 9:45 a.m.,MornIng I
: < Lawtey. Worship 11 a.m.. Youth Ser-. This truly reflects the attitude t .;

Slroiij- limltrr! i M lonj/ lived l \\hl'lll'r4t ;4 Funeral services were held vice 5:30: p.m., Evening Worship,. of a nation living close to I }
at 4 p.m. Sunday In Jones Me- 7
]main talking. / about a |ici' >on. or a )piece i-e morial Chapel with Rev. Don Thursday night PfByer M et t. I God. The concern and love
; much of ills fur- ? ;" : ; .
ti of fuiniluro.i uhf Denton and Rev. Bob Cooper 7:30: p.myIvy Luke, PastorNORTHSIDE for others
)f IIi I tire bnill rruliiric.* ago( has l.iMcd.) Often t officiating. Interment was in : grow through I :

only> I the I lio-ircM: .part of the tree wa ii+ed
j..., to jiii'ilcl, II, t direction of DeWitt C. Jones CHURCH Church Regularly I :
Funeral Home.Eleanora
Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: ; '
j Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- ELN .
,9-. 1S ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training I Dit9t
J .. u [1' Jackson Union, 7:30.: /
f '' ThursdayTeachers and Of- / I .
,.). \ '" \ -> j orr': ficers Meeting, 630.: Prayer 1 Ef1 I i
.. li ;
: ...1.'fluu
S -'" :i"-' Mrs. Eleanora Moritz Jackson, Meeting 7:30.Edwnrd: .J ,
r C I
"d i \ .. 60, of Starke, died Wednesday Harvey pastor. "a1NCl'n. t .;
June 24 In
t a Gainesville hos-
::1 '". o./dI1i. &eel's Nphhd. S.sUr lit Mk'
pital after an extended Illness. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL .. .. ... ........ .... I .
.,!:, r1iiii I ir iii ./" She was born In Newark, N.J. CHURCH, STARKE .oM for .- .M dmm Nil.
I,, /: m hr..n..d.d nildwnwid" for Ie...w.tt.
March I .
on 23, 1910 and had lived Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd
ninth French Gothic 2 2'r f in Starke ems Ie "hid"" h" NY I" Int his ....-. WlIIIo",
for several
.L I years !Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer I
Mid' M MM wvt 01(
pwiriliif M IM tmmmm t
where she was associated with
2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 ajn.
'm .. -
L her husband I M MClMy' my tl Ht wiN tonfftnntn
> In the business of -John
M. Flynn Rector. \
yr ; .. t
restoring and refinishing furni r hid MM hmim Mfk >t h.d M
W ture. She was a member of the I Nor .IN k.lttilr. ,wed,. -/ere."" / we
1 .
,'$.'! (T Baptist Church. P1 "hint.MHhk" >...M tf....tut ikMM. wwwt
;: \\ hi-n :a i tree win rut down it had l to be J Qi LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH tnt 0....._to MM. ..*.d(MM. mlfti. tl Mmntrf I
>:i split| or rived l bat wouldn't t cplit where ],.. Surviving are her husband Sunday School, 9:45: < a.m.; Nit uld. lilt '-1.. ...../. "MM" "hn..tw. 1
llirrr were knot or Uranclir. no thi i* left f Clarence E. Jackson, Starke; Morning Worship 11 8 m.; Evening i fmt ikwM' .fMM( tht ftntdftlt In t .
& | three daughters Mrs. Janice Worship 7:30 pain. Mld- .. .. ...,..
the choicest the trunk, to : ; MM Own fcmiu tt Mh' Mw hail" B
poilion. :
only (
i f. lie ii-nl.) ti: Bardner, Klngsburg, N.J.; Mrs. 'Week Bible Study, Wednesday< tt.e'nil, told 04 'Hor; MM Intf lrM ? Ii'
| Phyllis Larsen. Belleville N.J., 7:30: pjn. r" .I000llwlilkh..tN I .., .. (MM "(
m1 and Mrs. Faith Haaldnson, De- Be In church Sunday. M. \ t tf
marest, N.J.; two sons, Robert Rev. W, B. Mercer, pastor I LI
Bddcock Moritz. Klngsburg, N.J., and David _.#1' <- o:: ::nc3: ::U= : : \ .

Moritz, Farmlngdale N.J. GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE ,
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ki' WILL BAPTIST CHURCH -------------------
I IP Funeral services were held

.FURNITURE APPLIANCES. J' at 10 a.m. Monday at the grave- Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
side In Crosby Lake Cemeterywith School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship I BRADFORDABSTRACT
1 1 .'I Rev Denton Sumrall officiating 11 Luague 4
; p.m. Night Service
\ t f ///IM/ ; I* /the 1',1'1'1' / ; h Series; ) ,jj; Interment\ followed under 6 p.m..Rev, Jasper Williams JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES Inc.
.9:: y Copyrl.hl'| 1O17 try Pnul Ucrry O me. .,"r f"rt,!:9/ direction of DeWitt C. Jones CO.
.. ..I. pastor.
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\; : ::1' ;:'';';:! -" ;; ; ; 1-: i Funeral Home.
4 _!' .'P.' 'Mr.1'; ''';tN IIj AY7.Olt'Y'w MdM' Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
Better Service For Your
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand
Title Problem
How about Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Abstracts
Worship at 11 with Rev. W.B. 142 W. Call St. Starke
Johnson as guest speaker. Nominating Title Insurance "Check With Us First"
some money Committee meeting,5:30.: Phone 964.7064
Training Union, 6:15.: Evening 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 219 Washington St. 964.5270

you can't' lose? Worship MondayTrustees, 7:30: Rev. Johnson.Meeting STARKE "66"

5:30; Youth Choir Practice 7. SERVICE FAULKNERGULF
TuesdayWMS Council Meet-

Ing, 10:30; Program 11:15; Cov- Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
ered Dish Luncheon, 12 noon. SERVICEAND
Business Meeting 12:30: ; Junior Tire Tru-ing
Summer Music Program, 2, 4Carl _...,C;
WednesdayFamily Night Supper Headlight Adjusting ;
1".' 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, RA U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
Brake Service _. c:>
meeting, 6:30: ; Teachers and Officers --
Meeting, 7:15; Church Wheel Balance and '. Trailer
Choir Practice, 8:15.
ThursdayVisitation, 7 p.m. Alignment Complete Lubrication
Phone 964.6111

Cf -W.A. Hogan, Pastor. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE Minor Tune-Ups

f 1011 N. Temple Avenue
BAPTIST CHURCH 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100

t. Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning .
Worship, 11; Training Union, 6:15 BRADFORD *10 S. Temple Starke
WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15; Eve- COUNTY

You don't have to worry about money being lost or ning Worship, 7:30.: TELEGRAPH FLORIDA
stolen when you carry travelers checks.If MondayYouth Choir Practice,
they're lost or stolen, you can get almost immediate 7 p.m. OFFICE SUPPLIES EST .
replacement. Cashable anywhere and good until spent. TuesdayPrayer Group, 9:30: EDWARDSGrocery

The small service charge is little to pay for a.m.WednesdayJunior TYPICWRITZU
of mind. Buy your travelers checks here. Choir Prac- and Market ONTROI
peace tice, 5:45 P.m.; RA, GA, Sun ADDING MACHINES>
You can spend them in the U. S. A., too,you know.
beams, YWA, Mission Action Groceries Meats Feed 8 QlU8lta. tie
Group, Bible Study Group, 6:30:
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: ; Church PHOTOCOPIERS: : from. *tiJ4to GAS AND OIL
Choir Meeting, Deacons MeetIng HIS. Take tae drpditr\ out
FLORIDABAHK 8:30: of paper work.IJtOAX. .- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
-Denton Sumrall, Pastor. '
FOKMS.FAVROU. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE

-> t AT t STARKE; REVIVAL PINE SERVICESAT HILL V4VZLOrSI PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. day Revival July services 5, will start Sun CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group on Congregational Brownlee Road.MetojsstChurch Everyone wel- Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Couiuies "Helping Our Members Live Better

B fl B B k k tor.come.Bro.. Neal Starling, pas Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911.



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Ranks First In Nation In
PAPER Mlmeo Paper Bond Paper All colors In the rain.
Paper Notebook Fillers. !bow. Bradford County Telegraph *

Bradford County Telegraph. tf
I NEW MAIL ROUTE CARRIERLow Percent of Air-Conditioned HomesNearly

the Hampton Creek. Sampson City route Is rents, Mr. and Mrs. R.L.Brown, sixth, Myrtice Slade; eighth,

mall, route who lives was William on SR 227 S. Saunders and- out of the Starke postofflce, as and her brother-in-law and sis Claudia Brown,ninth,Marie Tay- three-quarters of all whole-house systems. And the

he was scheduled to begin,carrying is the mail route east of Hamp- ter, Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Carter.Mr. lor.On homes In Florida now have some number of homes with comfort 301DRIVEI FLORIDATHEATRE

.mall on the route Wednes-- ton. and Mrs. R.L. Brown Jr. "Why I like to come to type of air conditioning to rank cooling rose 240,000 last year
of Starke also were here dur- school", Frances Johnson says, the state first in per cent and alone.
day.Mrs.. Bessie Wasdln PERSONALSMr. ing the weekend. "We play so many games thatI fifth in number of homes with Sawyer also pointed out that
been carrying mall on,the who had and Mrs. Robert Day of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Broomeand like. I love to play baseball comfort cooling, according to while the number of homes In N

for the last six had route Los Angeles Calif., have been two children moved Satur- and I have a good teacher." Charles Sawyer President of Florida has only Increased 16
resigned visiting Mrs. G.P. Wadsworth, A presented to the Slade Gas cent In the past five ,
effective June day to the Albert Birt house program and Appliances. per years
A 1.4 mile increase in and Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Mat- Just south of the Baptist church. PTA Included a reading by David Sawyer said latest Carrier the number of dwellings with Show Begins At Sundown Showtime-Weekdays 7:00
the chett. Mr. Day Is a nephew of Brown and "geography air has 112 Sunday :3:00 Saturday 1 :00
route has Just been They had been living In Gaines- a market reports how 1.5 million conditioning Jumped TIIUKS., FRI., SAT.
approvedby Mrs. Wadsworth and Mr. Mat- ville. class" by the fourth grade with families in the state, or 72 per per cent in the same period.
tM postofflce 3. I
department chett, and they plan to visit Frances teacher and Home air July 2, 3, 4 -
cording to Postmaster Mrs. Ethel Tidwell and Mrs. Taylor as cent now live In houses or apartments conditioning is nowa "
Mary Wil- his parents and other relatives Garth Durham and $2.2 billion Double Feature Program
liams, which includes] Mr. Saun- Bertha Mcintosh were overnight Henry Loper cooled by room air con- annual businessand
ders' home. The extension in Plant City before making the visitors Tuesday with Miss Betty Ina Forsythe as visitors from ditioners or central systems. He the industry's largest mar-

been applied for before the had return trip California by plane. Durling at Jacksonville Beach. faraway lands. added that 985,000 homes In ket by far, Sawyer said. Nearly -
changein Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wallace and From the Monocle 1938 fall 23.9 million U.S. homes
carriers, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hinson Florida have one or more room or
approval has children of Miami visited last and children have moved their term: units while 515,000 others have 38.5 per cent now have some
just through. The
come previous Friday with her mother, Mrs. In third
trailer from the H.B. Hinson Taking part a grade
18 and three-fourths
mile route W.M. Slade. type of air conditioning. Last
includes] SR 221 to 301, 301 to Mr. and Mrs. Odls Loman of farm to a lot on SR 100A. chapel Brown, Truby program Slade Grover were Hilda Frederic 1N.TH 3 CIRCUIT: year alone, about 3.9 million Mine anotoas e
The Harold Waters COURP
family attended .. .,
Horace ] SR 61G11l11 V11
Dyals, ]18 from Hamp Salisbury, N.C. ; room units and 1.1 million cen-
were visiting a family reunion at his Lillie Mae and Eva Mae Ok- Jtl.OIUOt
ton through Graham to Sampson here last weekend with her pa- parents' home near Lake Butler Tries, Edith Chason Olivia Hill, COU&IN A" \U *OH BRADFORD' tral systems were installed in m
Richard May and Walter Swin- 11."JVJL houses and apartments.TOP .
-( dell. Case No 710 15 STATES (On per cent
Alma FaYe Archer 1'IUiIlt1PauleLee of homes with air conditioning)
ADKINS FAMILY REUNIONMrs. In baseball, Lawtey girls beat .. v
1)) Florida, 72%; 2) Texas. 69%: COLOR by Deluxe
the 24-18 and
Hampton girls
J.E. Adkins had all her Archer Defendant T .UNITED._,
OF BLIPMO 3)Louislana.68.9% 4)Oklahoma, --
children but Lawtey boys beat Hampton boys :
one for a family I'ltViNBIilY 63% 5) Tennessee 62% 6) Nebraska .
; ,
Archer Hi ; T H a A T R a
reunion Sunday, June 21. Mariam 183.Mrs. To: Faun !*>
Kelly of Winter Haven, P.D. Ad- Alberta Clayton was North Maple l street. Ji aur.4Mleelalppt 55.6; 7)) Missouri, 55%;

kins of Dundee, and O'June Ellis cafeteria supervisor, with Marie you are hereby ratified. that 8) Kansas 54.4; 9) Arizona,54%;
of Georgetown S.C. were here, Hinson and Hazel Brown her as- an action fur Uivone has been 10)) Alabama, 52%; 11) New Jer- Kxn,+.. .I.v. M PLUS -
sistants.On idled against you Paul Lee Ar. sey, 51%; 12) Delaware, 50%
as well as Gerald Adkins and cher and :you are rwiulrud to ; '
Grace Beat Hampton.Clarence fifth and sixth grade com- serve.. a oupy ot your written 13) Mississippi, 49%; 141 Georgia .Ah1JItkb"jjJten1e

Adkins of Bowling Green was unable mittees were Emory Brown defoneos plalntuin, II attorney any to Whose It, on name the 47%; 15) Arkansas, 45%.

to attend. Marjorie Hall, Thomas Wads- and address !. Cucxoo<<:)

Also there on Sunday afternoonwere worth, Henry Loper, Ray Parker Honorable f. O Drawer Oeor liMOUtarke e H. Pierce TOP 15 STATES (In number

Mrs. Eunice Moody, Percy Frances Johnson, Frances Florida of homes with air conditioning)
Moody and daughter of New Riv- Taylor, Wllllama Greene, Virginia And lie the original with the L) -
a Texas 2,324.000 2) New
clerk of the above styled courton ;
er. Mrs. Ellis of Georgetownspent Dyal], Garth Durham, Bar- other. York
or before July 1 la70: 2,144 000; 3) California,
all last week here returning bara Home, and Madge John- Wise a judgement. may be en. 1,548,000; 4) illinois 1,539,000
for the relief ;
home Saturday.Mrs. son. tered demanded alrll..1 In you the complaint. or 5) Florida, 1,500,000. 6)) Pen SUN., MON., TUES. ROBERT BEDFORD \.!

Out-of-town guests attendingthe petition.Witness my hand and the seal nsylvania, 1,264,000; 75 New Jersey JULY 5, 6. 7 KATHARINE ROSS
Foster Hayes spent sev- Youngblood-Kennan wedding of said Court on June 1. 1870. 1,124,000; 8) Ohio, 851,000; ROBERT BLAKE
eral days with her mother In Inman D. Ureen.Ae 9) Missouri, 828,000 10)) Lou- SUSAN CLARK
Lakeland last week. Included] Mrs. J.M. Boyce, Jim- cleric of said Court ; ACADEMY I 1 AWARD "TELL THEM
my, Fran and Kim of N.Charleston liy': Delilah M. Moody.Ae isiana, 738,000; 11)) Tennessee,
Mrs. Edna Shuppert of Ft.Lau- WILLIE BOY IS HERE"SlJN.
Wondering How To Get Your Deputy Clerk.Ml
: derdale visited Mr. and Mrs. S.C.; Mrs.JC.SasserMarcia st 7.3 720,000; 12) Georgia, 612,000; WINNERlBEST 0" .. ... ... ,4CJI
and of 13)) Alabama """
Randy Benjy Syl- 526,000; 14) North
J Campaign Off The Ground? Mrs.Lester W.M.Slade last Wednesday. vanla, Ga.; Joey Sasser, Atlanta Carolina, 524,00015)) Oklahoma, ACTOR
Slade who had been .. MON.. TUES
; Claudette Boyd, Mlllen Ga.; IN THIS CIHCUIT: COURT 523,000.
staying with them, returned to Mrs. Lucille Rewis, Sheila and 14aGH'I'H; JIU1C1AL' CIRCUIT (adv.) JOHN WAYNE JULY 5, 6. 7
her home last week. OK FLORIDA _ ..
BRING YOUR TROUBLES TO US Julie Saxon is visiting her Velda Rhoden, of Katie Macclenny.Taylor and Dan COUNTY IN Ate tOR BRADFORD u

_. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.A.G. CIVIL ACTION i
m Hm From Jacksonville Mary Bennett the&vadeuaq hit blosSOhtOhfhWWt.
Pope, In Eau Gallic. Can* N ItS ;}
j Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Ben- Alltns Dixon Plaintiff
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burk-
We will be glad to give you expert advice hart and children have been visiting Chesser nett Frances and Rena Bennett Stroud. Nicky From Jan NOTICE\ E.01'Dixon MVIT Defendant /

here this week with Mrs.Burkhart' Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Don i\o PROI'EI1'1'r
on all your Campaign Needs. parents, Mr.and Mrs. To: James *). Dixon. 1291 Cat.. BUSINESS i. <
Stephens, Michael and Mark Mr. Ooorfla
Lynn Hall.Patricia houn. Street Macon 1.:
and Mrs. J.C. Pierce, Dorinda, You are hereby notified that Nw
", '*" Newspaper Advertising Slade of Glen St.Mary Eric, Karen and Jamie. From lied action against for you Divorce.James haG E. been Dlx JOHN GLEN KIM i: .'
J visited here Sunday with Mr. and Gainesville, Mr and Mrs. J.B. on and you are required toeerve WAYNE CAMPBELL OARB :

1 Campaign Canto Mrs. Donald Slade, and with her Strickland and Natalie. Mr. and a. copy It any of to your It. writtendefences. on the HAL WAtllSTCl # >;
I cousins, Donnie, Greg and Kelly Mrs. Bobby Youngblood, Donna plaintiff attorney whose SERVICE ", J.l
f. Window Cards Slade. and Donald Allen, Mr and Mrs. name and address U PierceP. <
Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Prissier F.G. Smith, John Earl Parrish, Honorable. O Drawer George 1030> fCJ *(. -

Bumper Strips of Ft. Pierce were weekend visItors Wendy and Debbie Hill, Ginger Starke, Florida with th.cl.rk Gilbert S. Brown "*" 111)** OArtAMOUM PVtt (It \..
of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Ad- Jones and Dale Carlin. and file the the above original styled court

Print inj; of Any KindIT'S kins. They reunion attended in Lake the Waters Butler From Waldo, Mrs.E.L.Young- on wise or a before of Juclitement July e, may 1970 ;be other.en. Standard Oil Service Station PLUS .;,

family blood, Terry Youngblood, Mr. tered airainxt you lot the relief ATLAS :e t
Sunday. and Mrs. James H. McCallis- demanded In the complaint or TIRES. BATTERIES 1'- '.
LATER THAN YOU THINK Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Supsky >petition.Witness. and the Budget Term Road Service .
and hand
ter, and Cynthia Harvey, my
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took their to PHONE
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sal of said Court on June
Mrs. Alton Boles, A.J. Boles, FRANKOVICH' PRODUCTION'
County; Hospital Thursday with 1110. 407 N. Temple Starke
burns caused when her, dressI Mrs. Ruth DeSha, Truby John- Inman D. Green \\\niii.\ i- iiH.rinum.Mu.n' I IIiatnii
Bring Us Your Problem* T&day; son, Mrs. Hugh W. Hall, Mrs. Ae Clerk; of said Court. -
in at M Mood1
fire laccWen Ueuhih
I caught an 1M' By: t
f i f i y their home. A.O;-Hall, Mrs. Eula Johns, Mr. 'A* Deputl''CIer11u: : K ? \ \t {
33 YEARS AG01 I < *:,'and Mrs. H.E. McCallister, Mr. .ll U ':.3 HURST'SSHELL
and Mrs. Larry Youngblood and
Copied from the Hampton Monocle -
co September 1937, publishedby Wayne. From Starke were Mr. I 1 0\\\ OI'11411Ii1t
and Mrs. Donald C. Cline, Teresa IF WE DON'T HAVE IT Service Station =
the ninth grade of Hampton
miliiji P4ST..E Junior High School: (courtesy Clem, Ricky Frick, Sylvia we'll] gel It for you Office Gas Oil* Lubrication. i,., .i i' 11 ) IIiP11I '00..

Mrs. Floy Sullivan) Smith, Greg Smith, Debbie Supplies Furniture Equip. Monarch Tires *. Batlerfe ,. O1ECHNICOLOR- c
Faulkner, Mr. and Mrs. Gary _
Honor Roll: third grade, Har- ment. Bradford County ROAD SERVICE n ut.r PARAMOUNT PICTURI rom C ilium| 4 PiCIW., **
Whitehead Mrs. Rose Lasseterand
vene Watterson fourth, June Telegraph. 301 and 100 Starke
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Johnson, Francis Taylor, Garth
Durham; fifth, Emory Brown; Davis. I

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528-3553 P.O. Box 157 Williston, Fla. 32696 964-6958 P.O. Box 550 Starke, Fla. 32091 HER C U LE 5

Wood Buyer For: Wood Buyer For:

Alachua, Bradford, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette, Levy, Baker, Clay, Columbia, Drawer 1517 912/265-3550

Marion and Suwannee Counties Putnam and Union Counties. Brunswick, Georgia 31520HAMPTON

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woTicr. hereby that itoTirn or APPI.TCATIOJIFOR Name In which assessed Bertha
Notice Is given Sheriff Jf TAX OFONntte tfOTICR OF APPMCATIOW Green E.t.
P. D. Reddish. as un. are IM.lfl. P. FOR TAX DPiRDftee. : All of said property. being" In
,--. BROOKER Bradford County. Florida. la hereby itlven.i that 14.1.
Writ of lea.that the County of Bradford. .State
f virtue of
and by
J. Aldermanthe
Community Mr. T.
I NMreTe3 Aderninen. Of FloridanVnleen
Execution to.wlt: Small holder of the following Execution Issued out of the following certificates .
BY JOYCE STOKES Bradford Coun. has filed said certlfl. Ins holder of < shall he redeemed ac
Claims Court of filed said certlfl.eates
catea for a tax deed to he toe has the de.
1 --N ty. Florida pursuant Jto aokeonnof sued thereon. The certificatenumhers for a tax deed to be Issued ,.eordln rrlhed to In law suh certificate property or
for Eddie
Judgement of lsunce.the The
BIRTHDAY PARTY day night of each month. The Stai,'ke, Florida. and against. > description and jear of the property. thereon.and years of Issuance. certificates will be sold to the
I Bradley Cox celebrated his f 5th next show will be Saturday night, Cecil Padwett. defendant. enwl: heamount and the names In which It was the description of the property.and JitRhest bidder At the court!
the first I Monday
at of J31279 .taflflesned are as follows. : the nsmes In which It was :t'l.ofo
News Saturday with a party
I birthday whichIsfletedrthlda9thfdaygof
I July 4. The auditorium is air coats of collection. Certificate No. SO (City. Year assessed are as follows: in Aucust.
j the home of his parents. Mr. and conditioned has padded seats, Have nelied following and have In mY, of Issuance 196. Certificate No. 81 (City). Tear June.1979.
poascsHlon the dejcrlh of Property Commat 1968.
Mrs. Tommy Cox. Games were Description of Issuance
refreshments and to.wlt'
I smoking are .d personal property < ; NR 3U of SWH of Description of Property solid 1670.
2 By Elizabeth GivensYalker played and prizes awarded to allowed so come on out and en- 1983 Blnck Ford 2 Door 3U8JO Hllr4Top. HE H :t'f%. run, \V S47'. a of NW% o* !SEVl! ex par Inmnn. D. Green of
j Penny RIggs, Brenda and Janine Joy an evening of good countryand 4BW.1868. ID No. 12..'. for FOR rant S 12.4'. .Vt H-W A Ex Par Desc OR Hie ., Clerk of Circuit Court Floridaf.S
Bradford County.
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n. Pit
--- Out of town guest As8 the abovenamed
---- -- Willingham. western music. the property of on POD Sec. I!. T-6-S. R-22.E. U 7-23.:
included Mr. and Mrs. Mac defendant and that of July. Name In which assessed: B.a.U

RECREATION NEWS Williams, pastor. Monday night, Pressley and daughter Becky 1970 Monday at, twelve the 6th o'clock day Noon on All rice of Colemnn.said property being \In & a

Practice sessions for Little Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday of Lake Butler and Marcia and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Pressleyand paid. daY on the premise Jnll. I will of' the of. the County of Bradford State

League Baseball are held' each night. Choir No. 3 and Ushers Morrie Mayberry of Lake Win daughter of Lake Butler and for Bradford for wale'County and sell to the highest of Florida.Unless such. certificate or certlflcates t I2.R.SCOTT'S
Monday and Thursday at 5 p.m. Board No. 2 rehearsal. Wednes- nott. S/Sgt. and Mrs. Lee Harvey of bidder for cash. In property hand the of shall be redeemed Ae.co"lnlf -

Practice sessions for Girls day night Prayer Meeting. Columbus Air Force Base Miss., raid above defendant described to .01ldY theator..ald ecrlhed to In law such the certificate property de.or
Softball are held each Tuesdayand Thursday (tonight) the Ladles CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY were the dinner guests of Mr. ExePUtlon, Sheriff, certificates will be sold to the
Thursday on RJE's court. Circle will meet at home of Carol Jean Fussel celebrate* and Mrs. Tommy Cox and family P.Bradford.D Reddleh.County. Florid* blithest bidder at the courthouxe .

Instructional basketball will Mrs. Allen. The Junior Choir her 4th birthday Sunday afternoon Saturday. ,.U 4t 7.2wOTWf Month door of on Auicust.the first 1970.MondayIn which Mobile Home Sales,
start In August. Summer time Is will rehearse. The Ladies will at the home of her parents Mr Melvin Bristol of Syracuse la the 3rd day of Augunt. 1970.

fun time. bake pies. Saturday evening at and Mrs. David Fussel, wit] N.Y. spent last week with Mr.and FOIl or T\X APPLICATION DJ.F.Osec. : 1110.nnted this 9th day of June,

6 p.m. all\ Sunday School tea- birthday cake and homemade lcI Mrs. Ronald Bristol and family. 104.10. F.9. roman I>. Gr..rn.
DELL CHAPTEROES chers are asked to be presen' cream and a few friends who Melvin came especially to see his Notice Is hereby given i tha\ Clerk of Circuit Court Florida of
Carl Harton Bradford County. )
In a Teachers Conference. Ai' sang happy birthday.We niece Kathy Bristol graduate the Mr.hoMer, of the following certificated 74t 729.NOTICR .
Regular meeting will be held 8 p.m. an Official Board MeetIng welcome to our community; from Bradford High School hoe: filed said "ftl"- -
(tonight) Thursday at 8 p.m. In will be held. All\ membersare Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomllnson Starke. Cairo (thereon.. The certificatenUumherr"ndn to

the Masonic Hall on Brownlee asked to please be presentand Jr. and daughter of Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamiltonwere year of l...uance.

Street. All members are askedto on time.Regular They are now residing near Mr visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill the description In of which the Property.It was FOR' OF TX APPf.trA.TIOSr nRF.DHee. 01 .
please be present and on and Mrs. Emanuel Kleinman. Parrish in Bradenton last week- accused and .the names are as follows: 104.19. P.S. +1u ,
time. Business of vital Importance services will be held Sorry to loose Mrs. Fausteru Certificate No. U. Year of Is- Notice .H. hereby given that t

Mrs. Naomi DeSue and Sunday starting with Sunday Lester and daughter Ernestine end.The Ward Family Reunion was Manc" 1968.D.vrrlptton .of Property: lUir Mr.holder T. of J. the Aldermanthe following cer r< sa

Mrs. Beula Lennon will enter- School at 9:30.: Morning serviceat from our dear ole Brooker.... held last Saturday at New (Hope of NW cor. of Lot: 20IE ttflcates has filed ....Id.'certiflcater .
tain members at this meeting. 11 with Baptism. At 6 p.m. they are now living in Gaines Baptist Church. Approximately to oiof.2beg In LLawtteey2.. of Ity.NNeJ.in .. for thereon.. a tax The deed certificate tn he Isiied -

Holy Communion and Foot Wash- ville. 100 friends and relatives attended. which. a.aeoaed: lr8. numbers and years of Issuance. ,

GIRL SCOUT TROOP Ing. Visitors always welcome.MT. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory and All of said property.. being In the and description the names In of which the property It was
The Scouts enjoyed the com- NEW ARRIVALS family and Mrs. Eva Harrell the County. of DradCor.I. State nnsesiied are *s follows: t
pass activity on last Tuesday. PISGAH AME Church, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Crews an spent last week at Silver Lake. of Florida.< nr' ceh Certificate No.. 89. Year of r..

They were entertained and informed George Young pastor. Sunday the proud parents of a baby girl While there, Mike and DwIght tlflcates une.. .u..h shall\ certificate he redeemed ac.... stiance 1964.Deorrlptlon of Propcrtv 1 lot In
with the actual use of School, 10 a.m. Lovcfeast ser- born Saturday, June 20. Mr. and Emory were given the privilegeof corlInlf< to 1 such ocertificate d.or' SE cor of E'A of NR14 of !SW!

the compass. The next activity vice at 11. Holy Communion will Mrs. Crews have one other child, an airplane ride..they came 0 certlfleaten crlhed In will *. "olA to the hY> of HO'SW4 13 & h..lnlf W. Sec.100'22..N T-8-3.ft 8 SLASH

will be a Cookout. All Girl Scouts be given In the 6 p.m. service. a boy. Both mother and baby an over Brooker, and sure did en- ..: bidder tirathMondaY n.22E.Name t
are invited to attend these meet- doing fine. joy seeing their cattle on the hou.e flap on the. 1970. which In which assessed: Mid
Auitust. Inc.
ing, to become more informed Plans are in the making for the Mr. and Mrs. David Clayton/of farm and the dear old school \In !Month of :. 1970. All Rtate of Homes.said property being In LIVING COSTS
about scouting. annual Women's Day activity Lake Hamilton are the proud par- house at Brooker. DatedrtheaOttfdayguof .luna. the County of Bradford State

Regular meetings are held each which will terminate July 19. ents of a baby boy born Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Douglasand 1910. Green- of ITnless Florida.such certificate! or cor*
Tuesday afternoon at 5 P.m. at The speakers are as follows: June 22, in Lake Hamilton He family were visiting Mrs.Douglas' Clerk oP'c Court 1"IoritJa of tlflcates shall be redeemed acscording Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now
Greater Allen Chapel AME Morning speaker will be Mrs. weighed in at 6 pounds and 4ozs parents the Hills In Bradford County. to law the rnnertv de.
4L 723. crlhed In such certificate or
Church. Adult volunteers will Dorothy King of Jacksonville.The and has been named David Malone North Carolina last week. 7.2 certificates. will be sold to the and SAVE!
be welcomed. 3 p.m. speaker will be Mrs. Clayton. Jr. This Is the second Mrs. Jerry Ward of Wauchulawas highest.: bidder at the courthouse !

Charity Williams of Lacrosse.All child for the Claytons, the other visiting Mrs. viva: Harrell NOTICE In Month door of on Aua-ust.the first 1979.Monday whlehI Our Low Overhepd Means Savings For You!

CHURCH NEWSEBENEZER members are asked to please one being a girl, Tanzy Lynn Thursday. the :.Ird day ft August. 1970. U. S. 301 North
J !will not be responsible for Dated this 9th day of June. Phone 964-6657 -
BAPTIST Church, cooperate with this activity for Mrs. Clayton will be remembered S/Sgt. and Mrs. Lee Harvey or 1179.
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun- success. as the former Kathy Stokes a for children of Columbus Air Force any debts of bills other than Inman D. Green ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET
day School 9:45: ; Morning service mer resident of Brooker and the Base, Miss were overnight those- made by me as of June Clerk. of Circuit County.Court Florida ofBradford

10:45: with the Junior Choir NEW HOPE BAPTIST Church, daughter of Leroy Stokes who guests of Mrs. Pearl Markey 22. 1970. Burk J. Ellington. .,.. 4t 723. STAR!
serving. BTU, 5 p.m. Evening Rev. L.W. Moses, pastor. Sun- still\ resides here. Saturday. 6-23 3t 7-9 IIS
service will start at 7 p.m. day School 10 a.m. Afternoon John Wiggins of Charleston S.C.

Revival has started. Preachingwill service 3 p.m. All members are spent the weekend here with his .
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start Monday night, July asked to please cooperate with grandparents Mr.and Mrs.Law Lrr FI ,
6 with Rev. J.C. Bell in charge. these activities. rence Wiggins. 1 U.S. CHOICE I 1

Friday night, July 10, the Jun- In case some of you have been 1 I 1I
ior Choir will render song ser- GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL missing the Country Music Show 1 I SIRLOINSTEAKS I 1I

vice at Putnam Hall for their AME Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins that was formerly held In Brookerat 1 I 1I
Ushers Board anniversary The pastor. Service schedule as fol- the Elementary School it Is FRESH I 1

Senior Choir will render song lows: Sunday School, 10 a.m. now held at the Union County High 1I I FOODFAIR 1
service on Sunday July 12, for Lovefeast service at 11. Com- School Auditorium at Lake I II I 1
the anniversary.The munion will be given In the 6 Butler every 1st and 3rd Satur- I II I 1

Youth program will be p.m. service. I -- I 1I
held All officers JfQTlCE; I
Sunda, July 5.
This I la to Klvo official and
and members are invited to support The Pastor officers and mem- public notice that I will not' be 1.19 I I
the Youth in their activity. bers successfully completed the ruipunsible fur any debt or I 1I aID I
bills Incurreil, after Jun. 17th
third quarter work last Sunday. FRYERS I LBI'rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
1!>7U by bhlrlpy Aim Copelancl 1 I tI
Rev. C.E. Toston had charge. Varnen or any other person 1 I I
1i.I;: r MER BETHLEHEM Free The message was informationaland unless. 1 personally .sign tol'auch SUPERMARKETS
bills of debts Signed I I
Will Baptist Church Rev Jasper Inspiritional. lirneat:: Albert Vurni-s.. I I I BONELESS '
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In The Clrrull Court Of Flor.liln. 1 I '
r.lchth: Juilli-UI .:.Circuit la I FLORIDA I
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GAINESVILLEBusiness InNe .II... lot\ I when Savings Count...

Action Betty Inr Jlulm llliorre.funning, Plain.. j GRADE'A' C I STEAK COUNT ON US! :
I tiff va Raymond Lout Jan.nlnKU. I I
Defendant.NOT1CK. 1 I II '

Directory In The Name" of The State Of I I GOOD THROUGH 1

Florida TO: The Defendant In. the I! WHOLE BAGGED LB $109 WEDNESDAY.PRICES JULY. Sth. II

above-named cause: Raymond SAVE lOt LB quantity rights ,..."" .d.
u Ixjui known JenninffS. Ktmldeniet. un. I GIlD LB I II

\ ALES CLASS: You Are Hereby Notified 1 1 1
.,: I. that suit for divorce of the
imirrlnire between you and the
BRASINGTON Plulnllir Betty lleba Jennings.nnil .
LIDDELL ctintody I uf the. parties

CADILLAC SALES .*OLn.SMOBILE:SERVICE' ,' Glass Company rto"la ubove.ntylecl Jcnnlnnn.. d us t'l'in.IIWtlthe Court: and In CANNED"HAMS FRYER w GROUNDBEEF SLICED RIB

Fine Selection of t'scl Can'T.bll cause and you are required to COMBINATION PACKAOI ROASTOpen
Om Cadillac Trades ': "Glass For Every Purpose" file your defense or answer. to FlOSieAOSADIA BACON
ZOOI !N.W.'> 13th Ph. 378.531)1'I j Store Fronts-Mirrors the. with Complaint thu Clerk as flied of the there.tn. Clr. 5 $ IRISH $ <
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Keystone Set For Biggest jr _


Fourth Of July CelebrationKeystone

Heights Is preparing a benefit fish fry, marking p.m. with more than 100 entrants -
Keystone Hilites for its biggest 4th of July cele- the 17th year for this outstand- forming a procession of

bration with a round of activi- ing project which has broughtfun flags on Lake Geneva. All sizes more than twice the size of last

f fBOY ties at Lake Geneva Beach start- and instruction to more than and types of boats will competefor year's display.
By GLORIA REDFEARtf Ing with a Rotary Club fish fry 2,000 young people. Classes will trophies and the grand plaque American Legion Post 202 will

Please Call 473-3288 or 473-4182 from 5 to 7 p.m. start Monday, July 6, at 1 p.m.A will be awarded to the one best assume responsibility; for the
Using the theme, "Our Coun- musical program will follow depicting the "Our Country" decorations at the beach. t

try Day," the varied. events are the fish fry with local talent theme. The Keystone Sports- Mayor Raymond Starnes has

SCOUTS three teams of Kim's Shell Mc- expected to bring a record crowdto featured and group singing of men's Club and Lions Club are stated that the planned obser-

Sixteen Keystone boys have Kay's and the team cosponsoredby ,,r wweyqe the capital of the Lake Regionto patriotic songs. co-sponsoring this event. vance was "good for the soul"of

completed a week of summer the American Legion and Gus enjoy live entertainment, pa Former Congressman Billy The Keystone Volunteer Fire Keystone Heights and surrounding -

camp at the Baden-Powell Boy and Mitch to play for the All. M triotic: speeches a colorful Boat- Matthews will be the featured Department will conclude the area. He commentedthat

Scout Camp just south of Melrose Stars were: Gene Bufflngton, arama. and free fireworks. speaker at the pavlllion. day's activities with fireworks to pause and" ask "whose
Boys attending were:Eagle Mark Barker Randy Baker Kev- Keystone Rotary will inaugu- An unusual parade of decora- staged offshore from the beach. country is this? would make

PatrolDavid Thacker Kevin in Bannon Clay Cole Eddie Dye rate the 1970 Swim Program with ted boats will be staged at 7 This spectacular show will be every citizen proudly reply

Bannon Leon Ridaught Rick John Eklund, Larry Goldthorpe, "This is OUR Countryl"The
Schultz Steve Ashton Paul Proctor Tim Head Gerald Ketch Mark celebration Is being sponsored -

Jimmy Jones and Billy Beam. Kiefer, Arnold Reed Jim Reed I by the City; Volunteer

.. > .. ... Firemen, civic clubs and bus-
From the Rattlesnake Patrol Leon Ridaught and Jody Smart.A ;::-- -'- ..
were: Tony Burke Chris Burke. party; was held at Gold Heat iness men In the area.

Mark Klefer Dave Proctor, Tom Branch State Park on June 29 During the past four years

Wilson, Larry Gouldthorpe, Ben for the boys participating In Little TART UB the Keystone Heights Woman's
Snow and Rob Parsons. Advan- League. A hike through the Commander Drew (right) presents trophies donated Club has sponsored" "Keystoneon

cing from Tenderfoot to Second ravine swimming and a cook- by American Legion Post 202 to the sponsors Parade, with many events "

Glass Scout was Larry Gould- out were enjoyed by the boys. of the Little League teams prior to the BannerAllStar planned 1-6. during the week, July

thorpe, from Second Class to
First Class was Rob Parsons. game.
From First Class to Star Scout HERE N' THERE Third place trophy is shown being awarded to Kim's Legion Post 202

was Tom Wilson.The earned Everyone will be happy to hear Shell Service. Shown in picture are (from left) : Ar And AuxiliaryTo

13 merit badges while at camp. that Joe Wlldt Is home from the nold Reed, Eldon Kimmons Tim Head Coach Lyndle
for the Naval Air Station Hospital where Install
Nine boys qualified one Officers
Kirtley and Commander Drew. In left foreground is
mileswim and the Keystone underwent a cataract operation -

Troop had the Horse Shoe Pitch- His progress is good an B. Bannon.

ing Champion of the Camp, David he is up and about. KeystoneMelrose American
Thacker. While there the boys Mr. and Mrs. Alton Belote Legion Post 202 and the Auxiliary I-

enjoyed rifle shooting, rowing, and family are at their farm ning an Alumni Banquet. On Sun will hold a joint Installation -

canoeing, archery, swimming and home on Lake Geneva for the' day a combination Baccalaureat of officers on Thursday
hiking Tony Burke acted as the summer. Service and Commencement was NEWS NOTES July 2, at 8 p.m. Supper will

Senior Patrol for the Troop. Mrs. Alex Brokas and daugh- held. They also attended Mrs. precede the Installation from 6:30:
ter Christine recently visited Nelson's 53rd Reunion from High By Helen V.lpn!: to 7:30.

ROTARY CLUB her son, Stefan Brokas In Pen- School also In Ada. All members of the Post and

Don't forget the Rotary Swim sacola. While they were away they REFLECTIONSA Auxiliary along with their wives

ProgramKick off Fish Fry on Mrs. Helen Egan is again con- visited friends and relatives in month ago "News Notes"came and husbands are urgently requested -

Saturday evening July 4, with fined to Bradford County; Hospital. Lima Ohio; Detroit Mich; Canton via the hospital being Incoming !President Watt Hardenbergh (second to attend.

lessons beginning Monday July We all wish her well and hope Gallon MarionWestfansfield "enjoyed" by Mrs. Alice Metz from left) presents Past President's plaque to E. A. 5th District Commander Ralph

6, and going through the 17th. to see her up and around again Grove City; Mt. Vernonand Mrs. Mattye; Sargent Roy Watkins (Lon) Rushton at last Friday's installation of officers. Becker will Install the officers
Springfield Ohio.MELROSE. Miss Kummer of Park of of the Post, and 5th District
Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Rushton very soon.
and Mel Taylor of Keystone were To celebrate the 13th birthdayof the Palms and yours sincerely. At left Pascal. Carr, new Secretary of the club, and President Anna Martz will Install -

among 12,000 Rotarians and Miss Laurie Wharton Mr.and With time and good care the at right, !Mel Taylor new treasurer. Auxiliary officers.

guests from more than 60 coun- Mrs. Jim Wharton daughter Ka- victims flew the coop, but this

tries who attended the 61st an- thy and Miss Lisa Eland along gal just had to come back fora
nual Convention of Rotary International with the Michael Redfeamswent 1 "visit" with so many good New Rotary Officers InstalledAt

in Atlanta. pickinclng and tubing down the doctors nurses aides, and assistants -

Among the convention highlights Ichetucknee River on Sunday. By Joyce Howe Ladies Night EventN. I
were major addresses con- Miss Julie Redfearn arrived in Today (Friday) the good loyal

cerning life in the future fight- Keystone last Saturday to visit Seniors of Keystone Heights,
ing organized crime and how her father, W.H. Redfearn Jr., Frank and Lillie Price 85 and Watson Hardenbergn was ing the past year were outlinedby of Leesburg, entertained the
youth affects International, af for the summer. Mrs. Billy LaMontagne enter- 81 years young Louise and Dell installed as president of the Key- outgoing president Rushtonin group with examples of hand- -
fairs. Word has been received that tained the Parents Without Partners Kyle (Dell 86 years) spannedthe stone Heights Rotary Club at a his annual report includingthe writing analysis, which he has "Fifty years ago, mindinjtIIne'l
Clubs of Gaines- corridor fast as a Ladles Night dinner in the Key- Swim Program Scholarship used in business well
British writer Arthur C. Andy Prak, Sr. died on June 24 and Singles long as as a children did not mean
Clarke, co-author of the book at the home of his son 467 ville with a dinner and afternoonof "whlppersnapper." Along this stone Woman's Club last Friday Program, sponsorship of Boy hobby. lie said that definite char- obeying them."
and movie "2001 A East Division Street Dowaglac fun at her home on Lake Santa corridor were good Keystone night. Scout Troop 105, sponsorship of acter traits are depicted in a
discussed, : the Space Odys- Mich. Andy will long be remem- Fe last weekend. The group enjoyed folks Mrs. Mimi Blakely and Other new officers installedat the Interact Club which placed person's handwriting told how
future of
sey, bered by Keystoners as an em- boating and fishing Mrs. Donalda Ara, of Gold Head this time were: E.A. Rush- second in district and a net this can be useful in business
our communities. his
Ralph E. Salerno former ployee of the City; Street Department as eating and dancing. Branch State Park, and by the ton, vice president; Paschal gain In membership for the year. transactions.A .
supervisor Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. time this Telegraph is out on Carr secretary; Mel Taylor A past president's pin was hosnltalitv hour was held

New York of City detectives Police for the Lester Ketch is now at home C.A. Ford Included their daughters the streets we three hope to Treasurer; Bill Bartlett ser- presented to Rushton, who also orecedlncr the dinner which was

ment and ; Depart- following a stay in the hospital Mrs. John Bellerjeau and be home. geant-at-arms; and directors received a plaque in commemo- served buffet style by a com-
a recognized authority; for two children of King-of-Prussia, We are sorry to have missedthe J.B. Chesslngton Robbie Robbins ration of his year of serviceto mittee from the Woman's Club.

on the organized crime focused on Jim surgery.Fox In In Pennsylvaniawhere Pa., and Mrs. Gary Kalos and dedication of the new Lions Al Watson and Jim Whar- the club, and his 21 years of Favors of Rotary emblem ash
problems the
enforcing he attended the wedding of son of Tallahassee; and Mrs. Club and Civic Center. Back perfect attendance. trays were presented to the Ro-
law ton.Rotary
against criminal
organized Miss Marion Roll daughter of Ford's sister Mrs. Ralph No- four years ago the Lions were accomplishments dur- George Rast, retired banker ta ryanns.
Angie Brooks Presidentof
groups.the United Nations, General Dr. and Mrs. Paul Holl. formerly vak and daughter Karen,of Green the sponsors of the American __ -- --
Cove Springs. Their granddaughters Association of Retired Persona
Assembly talked about the Impact of Keystone. Jim will be doing

of youth on the worldwidescene. some sightseeingiaPennsylvania Jan and Jean Simmons, chapter with 110 enrolled mem-, t\O' ''' .t ... ,I'" n, I" I "dvtll, .in .NMwfSL ,.....
before returning to Keystone."returned home after spending bers. Tbe.successor is the Fellowship -

The gathering ,also add- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simeral some time here. Club which is sponsor- "'
ressed by James F.was Conway spent the weekend In Orlando Miss Carol Chamblee Is stay- less and found a home In the
with old friends Lt. Cmdr. and Ing in Tulsa Okla. with her Masonic Hall.COMMUNITY
an attorney of Rockville Center BILL POWELLis
grandmother Mrs. Grant Roth- Keystone r. On ParadeKeystone
Mrs. Robert McClintock.
N.Y., and current Presi- hammer. She remained in Tulsa CHURCH
there they attended the gradu- sideHe
dent of International
Rotary William on
ation of the McCllntock's when the rest of the Chamblees This reporter didn't miss hear-
E. Walk Jr., an attorneyof eon
Ontario Calif., President of Robert McCllntock,m, from Flo- returned home from a vacation ing and became very InterestedIn \' can handle all your

Rotary International for 197071 rida Technological College.They there. candidate minister Rev. Wm. on Parade the annual July 17. insurance life, health,

and other Rotary officials. also attended the reception following Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacksonand Me Cord, who the congregationhas week-Jong festival spon- the artists and craftsmen whose Tuesday- a.m to 2 p.m., home car One man, one
Ernest G. Breitholtz, of Kalmar at which time Astronaut sons are spending the sum voted to call to the vacant sored by the Woman's Club of work is displayed. KOP Golf Tournament (best ball plan. Insurance is much

Sweden, was elected as the or- John W. Young was the princi- mer In Mississippi with her pa- pulpit and pastorate.Rev. j Keystone Heights was launched Other special events during the of blind partners), Open to men, simpler that way.
ganization's pal speaker. The Simerals spoke rents. has a temporary Wednesday by the opening of and juniors with 18 hole
president for 1971- week will Include: women
members of the graduating church in Illinois but has
with Astronaut Young at which Fourteen the Arts and (Crafts how in the handicaps. Entry fee, $3.
72.Future class of Melrose High of been interested in coming back Saturday- p.m., "Ringing of Bill PowellPhone
time he the Municipal Lawrence
Rotary International autographed commencement on The Bells for Freedom." 5 to Post-KOP events are announced -
1955 enjoyed a reunion last weekend home as he received degreesIn Boulevard.
conventions are scheduled for program for them. 7:30 p.m., Rotary Club Fish Fry as follows:
night they met seminaries at Asbury, Ky. 961-to4b4
Visiting the Simerals recently Saturday This free admission event will 11- Flea Marketin
Saturday July
Australia ,
in 1971 and at the Beach, followed by Boata-
Inn In Gainesville. and University
Houston, Texas, in 1972. were Mrs. Mary Mannie, for- at the Holiday Emory Theological be on display dally through July rama and Fireworks. Masonic !Hal], 8:30: a.m. to Starke Plaza
merly of Starke, and now from Sunday afternoon there was a and served six years as 7, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., witha MondaySalad Luncheon and 5:30: p.m.Friday.
DIANA ILGEN FETEDAT Massachusetts, and her son John picnic at Lake Rosa. a chaplain in the military ser- special reception set for Sun- July 17Second Rotary '
Card Party at the Woman.sClub -
Mrs. M.C. King and daughter, vice. He has a wife and small
DINNER PARTY and his wife Mary. day afternoon, from 3 to 5, when 12 Club Swim Fish Fry closing Swim .
noon. Rotary
Andrewson of Mrs. Connie Wise, have returned eon six years old, and daugh- the public is Invited
Mrs. Margaret to meet
Miss Patrice Mick and Mr. Program 1 Program 5 to 7 p.m.
Ito3p.no.dally through
from a trip to South Carolina. ter, eight. His parents live in
Lehi, Utah has been visiting her
and Willie C. Mick Jr. .
Mrs. and Tn.man from Nationwide' on your Bid'
Benny Sapp, son of Mr. Atlanta and Mrs.McCord's folks
Mr. and Mrs.John Bird.
entertained Miss Diana Ilgen celebratedhis in Clearwater. So .. swim Nationwide, Life Iniuranct CompanyNationwide
Mrs. Eugene Sapp, are Keystoneis Starke came do..n for a
While she here her
bride-elect of August 1 I. with was HOMEMAKERS CLUB Mutual IniuranctCompany
14th birthday last week. not quite halfway between. and had with
Dr. Paul Bird of Lakeland supper us.
15 came The annual Bazaar
at dinner at Workshopof
guests a party; for the weekend. Miss Carolyn Tison visited her Then the church bulletin of INDIAN BEACHLake Mac Ellis, his son Pat and Nationwide Mutual Fire. Insurance
the River Club in Jacksonvilleon the local club, scheduled for Company
Mr. and Mrs. Dock TI- last Sunday reports that Youth three grandsons of Jacksonvillewere
June 24. W.C. (Buzz) Byron will be home parents June 17, was canceled due to Horn Offlcii Columbui, Ohio
son, last week Week. June 15-19, was throughly Monday guests of Mrs. Jo
from the the 4th of
hospital on
The several further
festive table was decor- Mrs. E.M. Robinson recently enjoyed by the young peopleof Any ( Santa Fe) Strandberg. Paul, Lee and Greg
Mr. has been in the
July. Byron
ated with of white action on place members will
a centerpiece By: Michael II. cutty
June visited her son-in-law and daughter the community; and Christian Strandberg and friend of Jack-
hospital since 3. Everyoneis
and be notified. Otherwise the
yellow carnations, mums and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dunk, fellowship carried through the Phone 475-1812 sonville spent Friday night and
nappy to know he'll be backIn
meeting will be the 3rd Wednes-
gladioli bels| garlanded topped with with ribbons.wedding our midst again soon. and family In Miami. When she singing, skits and personal testimony day In September at 10 a.m. III ya, friends and neighbors. Saturday with her. KEYSTONEHEIGHTS

This Col. and Mrs. David Nelson returned home her daughter and and Bible discussionseach in the City Hall. Hot enough to suit yar I cer-
was flanked by six yellow have returned from a month long children returned with her fora evening. Mr. Neder and his ; tainly hope so, 'cause I hope Mr. and Mrs. JL. Wallace of
tapers in silver candelabras.
visit. staff of Christian College Crusaders If it Alderson, W. Va. were supper
While It don't get any hotter.
honoree trip to Ohio. away they attended EASTERN STAR -
was presented a the 50th Reunion of the The Melrose Library will be led the program and he does I'm gonna have to see if guests of Mr. and Mrs. DW.
The final meeting until -
gift of her chosen silver as a chapter
Ohio Northern University; In Ada closed Saturday July 4, through was guest minister on Sunday. October held June 24 we can get us Welfare Central Carpenter on Friday. Mr and
memento of the occasion.The A Monday July 6. It will reopen Then, too, directors of the was Air Conditioning. However If Mrs. J.M. Lorimler, Jr. and
All-Stars played the winners Ohio. luncheon was held at when the ceremony of Initiationwas
July 7.The. Vacation Bible School Mrs. Er- indication of grandchildren of Jacksonvillewere
last week was
which time the Class of 1920 was observed Worthy MatronJo any DIRECTORY
of the league, Banner on by
Melrose Junior Woman's nest McLean and Mrs. Roy Turk- what's ahead this summer we'd Saturday guests.Helen Walker -
win- officially taken Into the Golden Reed Patron Gilbert
Saturday with the All-Stars the Age Club and on Saturday eve- Club will meet Monday, July 13, nett, were very grateful for the Reed and, Worthy Star Points. have to have an AC/DC model was a Sunday guest and David
inig 8 to Chosen from ,
4. at Ada Ford's store. This is many volunteer teachers In tea- and keep our batteries chargedup. Reid will spend the week with
I one of the few clubs in Mel- ching Bible lessons crafts music The Ways and Means Com- Our lights went off four his grandparents. BEAUTY( SHOP
mittee will hold Bazaar
rose that will continue meetings and piano. The church women a at days out of six last week. I
through the summer. donated refreshments and all In the same "'time as the chapter had to wait till between stormsto Pete and I Joyce Barton and

Mr. and Mrs Gerald Pappyare all the response and Inspirationof observes the Robert Morris write this column even. Jim and Evelyn Brummett of KEYSTONEBEAUTY

eagerly awaiting July 25 the children was most re- So birthday friends supper and members on August Inter-22. Monday, Aunt Corine Hudson, Panama City spent the first of SHOP
when a group from France will warding. Fifty-nine; enrollees In her daughter Faye Hamilton and the week camping on the Okla-
ested in
making articles for the
visit them and tour their samll the group of teenagers from 7th Bazaar let all her daughters, Cathy and Cindy waha River fishing and crabbing. EDITH JOHNSON; Owner
get busy
jelly factory. The group Is Interested grade up participated in the eve- now. of Gainesville, and our cousin Saturday guests of the Bartons Personal and Creative Hair Styl.
In small businesses and ning sessions. The Interest was Janice Christmas and son were Jim and Evelyn Brummett
PERSONALSMrs. Ins Every Form of Beauty
have chosen this as one of their so high that the youths have organized Mike, of Lake City; came down Jimmy and Bunky Brummett of Culture -S
Tues.-Sat. & closed!
Roy Bridges recently returned ;
o stops In this country. a "Young Life" group from three weeks tour for a visit and a swim and Jacksonville Fred and Corine Monday.
There are still blueberries at that has met and will continue a left Cindy to visit till Friday. Thieman, Jimmy Grpek and family -
of all the
Longneckers Berry Farm near meeting every Wednesday nightat Wednesday Cindy and I stayed and Jimmy and Gene Mor-
Earlton. The big delicious ber- 8 o'clock. with Uncle Alfred Hudson in gan of Jacksonville; George and NURSERY

ries can be picked for 25 centsa The last meeting was held at Gainesville, while my mother Maggie Miller, George and Mar-
pound or purchased for 35 the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Pardee Cricket and Granny Copeland visIted garet Brown, Bill and Elizabeth
J/J/ cents. Farris, and It was decided to and small daughter and Mrs. Aunt Clara Sullivan In Wil- Noegel, and Henry Noegel of O.C. Carnes Nursery

hold future meetings In the youth Pardee drove from their California liston, and her son and daughter- Starke; Coburn and Peggy Rain
DUPLICATE BRIDGE building of the Community; Church home for a week's visit in-law Gary and Barbara Sulli- and daughter Suzy of Gainesville Thousands! of plants

Duplicate Bridge winners las. because of Its central location. with Chuck's parents, Mr. and van of Archer and then Aunt Lou Miller and children, and Pat Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

week were: Mrs. Gay Livingston Action of the Board of Stewardswas Mrs. Charles Pardee of Lake Teenlne Crenshaw who was just and Tlnkl Flllmon and children. Evergreens

and Mrs. Ray Staraes 1st unanimous in calling Rev. Geneva. Unfortunately Mr. Par- released from Alachua General Camellias & Azaleas
place; Mrs. W.J. Grollck and McCord, and the recommendation dee, Sr. was in the veterans hos- Hospital, in Gainesville. Faye Gladys and Raymond Malphursof
Miss Iva Hlllyer 2nd place; Mrs. to the Board of Trusteeswas pital In Gainesville undergoinga and Cathy Hamilton, and Teddy Jacksonville have been spendIng MOST ALL IN CANS

Val Glvens and Mrs C.V.Horne unanimous When here two series of tests. He has only Foray, came down for a swim ten days vacation at their PLANT ANY TIME

BILLS FROM HOMEFor 3rd place; Mrs. Paley Boyd and weeks ago Rev. McCord had been able to spend weekends at and picked Cindy up. Cindy hada lake home next door to us. Wed Beautiful Roses -

PAY YOUR Mrs. John Strawn 4th place. arranged to make a change from home. ball trying to swim up all nesday afternoon, Betty; Bothwellof LandscapingPhone

his temporary pastorate, and that lake water. Jacksonville Beach and Larry
busy housewives and tired businessmen the plans to be In the pulpit here on Mr. and Mrs Donald Wallaceof Otis Melton and I attended the and Elva Swalles and childrenof 659.2165

bills without standing In line July 3. Crystal Lake recently arranged wedding of Miss Linda Stone Jacksonville were guests.
ideal way to pay GLASSFOR for Mr. Wallace's 83 (Mathews) and Buck Mathews Sat- Weekend guests were Raymond 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on

or making extra Clips -is to pay by'check. Open year old mother Mrs. Nora Wal- urday morning at Hampton Baptist Malphurs, Jr., Bootsie and Jer- Hwy. 100 at FiorahomeS.

your checking account now; make your deposit EVERY PURPOSEItDrrors FELLOWSHIP CLUB lace of Detroit, Mich., to make Church. Buck and Linda, and ry Lowe and son Jerry, Jr.,

by moil If you1ike.KEYSTONE. The her home with them. A hearty; Tony and Elaine Herman who Donald Bishop, and Freddie Hug-
net covered dish
luncheon E. McKAY. REALTOR
welcome to anther retiree. were married the Saturday before gins of Jacksonville. Sunday
and business meeting of the
FOR EVERY PURPOSE club will be held In the Masonic will be leaving for a three- guests were Franz and Evelyn KEYSTONE; HEIGHTS 473-481
Silas and and
daughter, Cindy
BANKMember Hall year honeymoon In England, Appraisal Service
STATE on July 9 at 12:30:
p.m. Betty Margalin of Jacksonville.Our .
SHEA'SGLASS President Fern Hanson will have thanks to their Uncle Sam. Buck ; The Best la Lakefront

Fla. some business and Tony are both in the U.S. Home, Acreage. Rentals
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights to enact, as the phone is out of order
Air Force. Saturday afternoon
CO. June meeting was deleted. The this weekend so this is all of ASSOCIATES
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly matter of Game Day (4th Thursday Willie Stinson and Lamar Brownof the news that we could gather.I'll Mrs. Melba Ilcen 4734741Col.
172-43- 172-4 J5I ) during the will be Hampton visited us and then J. Cheslat summer try to do better next week.
Community. ,....
1111 H.W. 4tfc discussed. Kay and Kenneth Padgett and Until then, so long. L. J. Robinson 475-591! t
Ge""U" daughters Tammy and Tracy of


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I Florida Crown Council Told | NEWS\ ABOUT I I

How To Prepare for GrowthThe im fASTACTIONuse the


weathercan burning of the leaves. These two
and phal- v
have devastating effect on materials are sulphur -
bushes like crepe myrtle and tan. It Is advisable to use these
the Florida Nur- materials only when the weather JIMMY MOORE'S
roses, says ...s.r WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn
and Growers Association cools off or Is Is extremely Smith Plumbingand Lake
serymen SUN SPORTS Crosby & Crosby Lake
) One of the worst cloudy. CLASSIFIED AD RATES
FNGA Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes,

diseases that attacks crepe myr-. Crepe problem myrtles In also the have summer another Minimum Charge .... 1.75] FOR RENT: TV sets, baby MOORE BOAT FOR Supply Summer Cottage Or Year
tie at this time of year is pow- beds elee. guitars, amplifiers, Round Living'
months. This one usually resultsIn (Cover IS word) YOUR MONEY ,
dery mildew. of the leavesto refrigerator: day! or week DA- All Lob Ready To CJo.-"le&ro-
a change green
This fungus attacks the young a reddish brown along the Each word over 15-70 HMSR'S. 964-7fl3. tfChgcm : Starke Ph. 964.5791 Raiford Road ed. Graded It Leveled,
tender turning the foliage -
,white and causes margins and the tips. The condition SOc Extra Charge If not Laundry Phone 964-6023 Priced From $995.00. Financing .
a grayish r WANTED -
disfigurement of leaves and flo- Is caused by magnesium paid In advance worker, Kitchen aids, labor. Complete Outboard & Available. Can 964-7701.

wer buds. It may Inhibit flower- deficiency. Magnesium sulfatecan I ,. CLASSIFIED DISPLAYlUo" era. cottage parents, watchman Stern Drive Service and Contracting and Repair CULTIVATED BLUEBERRIES
In small amounts
Ing of crepe myrtles and roses. be applied of the Per' noh ; cooks and clerks, ground Repair. Complete Fiber. Plumbing Fixture XT-pick. 23c lb. We pick ISo
the plant.
to root system
The fungus Itself thrives on be at keeper, truck driver. Five glass Repair. Custom. Water Heaters Ib. 7:30: iajn. to 6:30: pjn.,
Magnesium can purchased
cool nights and hot, humid seedsor days.It a nursery, local garden supply Memorials Iteaolatlon. day week, eight hour day. built Fiberglass Fishing Water PumpsSTENOExperienced Monday thru Saturday. 2:30 p.
is scattered by tiny
which float on the store or In the form of epson Proclamations, eto741 word State retirement, vacation. Boats.! m. to 6:30: pjn. Sundays. 2
spores sick leave.If interested, please miles east (then 1.8 mike
salts. A plant 6 to 8 feet
air currents and finally land
CARDS OF THANKS apply; in 'person Personnel north from Orange Hts. 475-
One of the best high would not be harmed by '
on controls the p.lant.for powdery mildew is one-half cup of magnesium sul- 50 word or legal( ., .....1.00 Manager Sunland Train. In credit : 1151. E. D. Longnecker, Earl

Karathane or Acti Dione PM. e + Each word over 50-7$ ,Ing1 Center. Gainesville, Fla. dispatch and general office eton Beach. 4tchg 7-3:

Two other controls can be used fate.After crepe myrtles have An equal opportunity employ: work desires: employment.Phone .

from time to time, but caution bloomed, cut them back, says Navy Ensign Donald R.Thompson ere MARY 833-2492. tfchg For Sale-service pole for mobile -

must be observed with reference the FNGA, approximately one son of Mr. and Mrs Wil- SUPER: STICK Vinyl Plastic tfabWATSON'S upstairs home. Call 964-7627.

to the temperature. If the foot from the blooming tip, and liam B. Thompson of Route 1 1. Letter, all sizes, color*. Perm FOR RENT-Lari'e No pets. 3tchg 7-2

temperature rises above 80 to you may have more blossoms Starke was designated a naval anent, for use on wood. glass>- furnished apartment. 964-6352 FOR RENT-Summer cottage
Couple. only.
85 degrees there may be some later on. aviator during ceremonies at the plastic, paper, metal, leather CARTER 533-2252 after 6 Kingsley Lake, new' duplex.
House of VacuurmMany If no answer
Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi ANYTHING I Bradford COUDTeleara tfchg Call Merritt Williams 964-5391

Tex. h. itSouthern ( brands of new vacuum p.m. office or 964-7788 home.
Summer Home Economics He received his "Wings of 39.00 Used machines from FOR RENT2 air conditioned tfohg
Gold" after about 18 months of Marine .| up. PAINTSNEW .
I cottages Klnglesy Lake
S10. Expert Repair 'all make
Enrichment training. Call at night Ph FOR RENT-Large/ furnished 4
Program ReadyThe Moved To GainesvilleNew Parts and Accessories for all. 5332366ftfchg' Room Apartment. Private en-
vacuums. Built In Central vacuum
trance, call 9646937. tfchg
cleaning systems. 713 N. ITEMS
Home Economics summer The two teachers are planningthe FOR SALE-15 ft. (Mitchell
Airman Duane C. MarineLYNN
Curie son Main. Gainesville 878-7110
FOR SALE-Used tooy' bike
enrichment program will begin enrichment program to Include 0 boat with 65 h, p. electric start
of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd WALL
Monday June 6, at the High PAPER and skates: baby carriage;
foods and nurrition crafts HAMILTON MGR. motor and Champ
rie of Rt. I 1. Melrose, Is a mem- PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50
school In room C-6 at 8:30: a.m. and simple clothing methods In Johnson Motor* Cobra. :Boats. trailer. In excellent condition door; aluminum Jalousie -window
ber of a unit that has earned to 825. Take the drudgery! out Unpainted Furniture with Ph. 064-6240.
Girls who are entering the ninth construction. Various visual screen.
the U.S. Air Force OutstandingUnit Matte Supplies of paper work.-Bradford Coiuv. and moderately priced. Phone
grade In September are urged to materials will be used and a
Award with "V" device for Wood 473-4362 Rev. Merle Packham.
attend. However any high school field trip Is planned. valor 1030 E.University Av ty Telegraph! tf Graining Kit 2tch

girl Is invited to attend. If atten- There will be no charge for the OalnasvlUe MW"m ,STOCK Construction
dance warrents an advanced student The 366th Tactical Fighter K-80 Paint RemoTer Train NOW to drive "semi truck.
program except each Paper. AU colors in the rain OUT OF TOWN
class may be established. Thereis to Wing at Da Nang Air Base was local and over the road. You
will be expected provide
bow. Bradford County Tele-- 3 bedroom bath,
cited for exceptionally meritorIous masonry coo earn over $4.00 per hour:
no credit for any part of the needed supplies for any clothing 402 EAST
service April Tgraph. ..tf1PAm's BROWNLEE Florida Room, carport: some
program. The beginning student projects. It Is suggested that no from L 1968 to after short training.) No experience
July 31.l 19611 for military furniture, acre lot, paved road
opera- SEARSHas For Interview
will be learning the department,, supplies be purchased until the FABRICS First quality STREET necessary
tions Armed .
against opposing
Si modern. $14,000.00.Terms.
Its equipment and new and application, call 904
use the
care teacher gives Instructions as Forces In Southeast Asia. Dur- dress, "drapery, upholstery
operation In preparation for her department furnishes some of the Everthing material. Notions, chenille bedspreads 388-4607. or write! Safety Dept.,
this members of the
period THOMAS Realtor
J. ,
Home A. of
fall Economics classes. small ltme United Systems Inc., care
366th maintained a superior com- tapestries. see-
It Is hoped that all students end, mill ends. BankAmerl- Tele. 964-5701 Mercury Motor Express Term
bat record while pioneering o- TYPEWRITERS
will participate In the entire STARKEPhone : Manual or itfchg Bids.. 1716 McDuff Avenue N.,
careS and Master
Charge. Open
perational techniques pro- < : Electric. For sale or rent. _
See call Mr. ClarkIn Florida 32205.
program. or duced beneficial changes to the Monday. 10-7; Tues. throughSat. Bradford County Telegraph.VETINARY FOR RENT-Five! room houseor Jacksonville, ,
the USO In regard to the bus 964.6848 2tohg. 7-9
tactical air structure. .. 0-7; Sunday 1-6. Hwy. 301 Hampton Lake. Two large

schedule. Maxine Gibson Airman Gllrie a medical records m ml. rnr h of WoWo. 'tfcftg ---Hi Ill-mil !- screened, porches 463-1528 L. Will Baby lilt in my home, Saratoga -

specialist In the 366th INJECTABLES A. Wynn. 2tp 7-9 Heights. 964-7562 Itp.
will wear a distinctive service EXPERIENCE PAINTER-Inside Tetanus Toxold +

FHP Steps Up ribbon to mark his affiliation IF WE DON'T HAVE IT and outside work. Reason Sleeping Sickness FOR SALE-1956 Dodge 4 door YOU PICK Peas and Butter

Effort with the unit.. "we'll let It for you Office able rates. Satisfaction! guar [ Distemper Hepatitis Lepta sedan, automatic transmission Beans $2 per. ,feu*. L. A. Blake
Safety The organization Is a part of Supplies Furniture Equip anteed. Call Norman Hall 473- Comblollo rebuilt motor. Good!! running Farm, Lawtey Itp.

This WeekendThe the Pacific Air Forces head- ment. Bradford County 1958. 4t 7-16 ANDREWS!: DRUGSWIMBERLYV9 condition. $125 Cash. Can be
quarters for air operations In Telegraph. seen after 6 p.m., Rt. 1, Box Fresh Ranch Eggs, for sale.
Southeast Asia the Far East DID YOU KNOW it's easy town :> Bll .... 267-B Starke. 2tp 7-9 Just south Cf !!*!!2l Mill 964-5760
Florida Highway Patrol and the Pacific area. WANTED LISTINGSOn a Longchamp Home? Dcteen-iLavsiC' 35o, Med. 2 w.
has announced plans for a mas- The airman, 1967 graduate of Homes and! Acreage. Buyers Better built for Florida liv- Railroad
.G sive enforcement effort to curb Melrose High School attended Waiting. strout Realty Reg. ing. Your plans or ours. Your Groceries. Fabrics OoBese Tablets and) E-Vap

__._ their prediction of 14 traffic Santa Fe Junior College, Gainesville Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. lot or curs. Contact Buford Clothing. Shoes Furniture "Water Pills" Andrews Phar- For Rent-Nicely furnished air
deaths for the Fourth of July Fla. Ills wife Debby, Is Ph 064-6609 Starke. Fla. Mitchell) phone 964-6853. P. O. Tools. Plenty Bargains! 7434 racy' 6tp 8-6 condoned! apan'ment: : also
weekend, starting at 6 p.m. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Box 238 Starke tfchg BlaadlAg Blvd.. Jacksonville. nicely furnished air conditioned

Thursday and ending at mid- John W. Kingsbury of Rt.. 1 1. For all your Real Estate ttche USED CLOTHING Ladles home, cov.pl: only 337 N.

night Sunday, July 5. Keystone Heights, Fla. NeedsBuy Sell Exchange PUMPS dresses' skirts, blouses, shoes Walnut St. Starke. lip)
The FHP plans to have every Appraisals. Expert and other ladles wear. Child-

available trooper and auxiliary- Advice on all Real __ NEW AND USED __ irens and mens clothing. I will EZERASE TYPEWRITER
man on traffic duly; during the Estate Problems Call SALES-P.ARTS-SERVICE BARRETT buy this 'week Christian Books. PAPER Mlmeo Paper Bond

weekend. "Our experience shows SP4 James Thomas Kessler BILL POWELL Deep & Shallow Wells Faith Bargain 'Store 128 N. Paper. Notebook Filler -
that Intensive enforcement with nephew of Mr. and Mrs. har- Reg. Real Estate Broker Water Softeners & Filter Water Conditioning Court.. St "* "-5tp 7-1J Bradford County Telegraph.

great numbers of troopers patrolling old C. Glasgow Starke has Phone 964-6464 Service WANTED-
the highways helps to received Expert On and Pump Co.
the Army CommendationMedal tarke Plaza Starke All Makes FOR SALE: MAlltrd Duck: Just started Gospel Band
reduce traffic accidents and
deaths Col. Reid Clif- for providing commend- .. tfcha Plnmblnr Service 130 Court Street 2 months oM tS.pt) Pair.Phone, Needs Good Ajnplder, Mikes,
THE FIRST NAME: IN says able service In 8645S43.UExperienced etcCall 4-7337
exceptionally and Leave.
ton, commander of the patrol. Phone 964.7061 Phone 964-5832 _
SMALL CARS meritorius service In support Phone No.MUST.
Enforcement plans Include ex-
of allied In DURRANCE PUMP
operations the Republic -
DATSUNGAINESVILLE tensive use of aircraft spotters and of Vietnam during the filler Brown AND SUPPLY CO. STARITEWater
unmarked patrol cars, radar
period of June 1969 to June 1970.
200 recently Installed VASCAR Ills unit a Securtity; Guard Conditionersand LEAVEEVERYTHING
speed computers.Last

2nd Ave. 2nd St. S. E. year 17 persons were physical Company security was charged of one with of the the dr@" 9 REDUCED RATES WELL DRILLING Pumps Sewing Machine
Gainesville Florida killed during a similar 78 hour AUTO FIRE BOAT
depots In the Qui Nhon Support Sales and Rentals
holiday period. Command. VolkswagenNew DOYLE E. CONNER Operators GOES

..-. - --..- - Kessler from Portland Ore., INSURANCE AGENCY Repair Department
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will complete his three year enlistment A Used t.O) teb- 24 Hour Service BEST OFFERHouse
In January and Intendsto Sales Service .*. Single Needle
Announcing attend college In Florida. 'WI BAIRD & FurnitureCar
1 Mi. North of Tire Mall Safety Stitch
FOR RENT Purnlshet} B't'traa-'' '

THE OPENING OFRoger's GAINESVILLEVICTOR Mobile Homes tlve 2 ,bedroom cottage. Also *. Double Needle Truck

NEW and USED furnished duplex, nice neigh

Private David L. Martin, 20, 8-10-12" Wide borh od. W. H. Nollman.tfohg. Tractor

House Of UpholsteryWE son of Mr. and Mrs. DonaldJ. ELECTRIC TALLY. GalnecvflleGood $1.80 Per Hour Trailers

Martin, Route 1, Starke recently MASTER Add! Machines, with' Quality Chopping: Machine

completed a 36-week office subtraction. SPECIAL. this and up Ban Saw
Reasonably Priced George E. LaRue
DO ALL TYPES OF repair course at month only, $69.93. Ideal
the Army Quartermaster School home or light office work.for Gainesville 378-2785 INSURANCE AGENCY For Willing Workers AirCond.Horses .

UPHOLSTERY AND REPAIRSFREE Ft.He Lee was, Va.trained In the repair Bradford! County Telegraph. ,tl Serviced Delivered Guaranteed In !Starke! Area and Auto Fir+ Homeowner I

and adjustment of typewriters; NO EXTRA COST LIFE & ACCIDENT Apply in person only, Saddles
adding machines CASH
ESTIMATES calculators and Keystone Height 47S-4892 Cattle
duplicating machines. : 2-total electric, slightly] 178 441 N. 4508 NW 13th 8:00 A.M. to .4:00. : P.M.
used. Cost .new, $420. Save $100. Gainesville 3TS- T85 Chickens

Pick-up and Delivery Anywhere within Our County sale price, $320.-Bradford FOR RENT12' wIde 2 be* Mon. thru Fri. Golf: Course

25mi. Radius 1hLOtd1n ; & Telegraph. tl FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse room trailer outside city Riding Mower

FOR RENT- Furnished apart ; :3 bedroom, 1 bath, central limits J. B. White, 9646114.
Co. Also 78 Acres 301
Mfg. prop-
ment. 4 rooms and bath, utilities heat & air-conditioning. Cor- treks Vogue
PHONE 964-8350 furnished. Couple onlY-No ner lot. Phone 9645367. tteng erty.
FOR SALE-AKO registered 710 S. Water St.
Pets. Call -
416 EAST CALL ST. 964-6853. Uchg POSTED SIGNS: Treated to French Poodles. 6 weeks: .Id. Starke, Fla. PHONE 964-5245

y 1 Four Miles Out withstand weather 20o each. Phone 964-6937. itfchg

STARKE, FLORIDA Raiford Road 13.23 doz. Special price on larger FCR RENT-Mountain Cottage

-- ..--r\ '), I I- MODERN' MASONRY HOME quantities Bradford County completely funUfhied.. Weeks BIG GAME

"You're an old-timer if you Law Living Room Telegraph. tf available July, August!) and! -WERES ..

can remember when rock was Paneled Family Room WANTED: TJied Wrlnrer-WAeh- September: R. E. Edmondson BRADFORD nU E WltNrRDS
something did Many Many Extras Star Box 32, Black IrJ,
you in a chair. er. Will pay cash or take la Route SEPTIC TANK
CUSTOM WORK Only $18,850 Mountain N. C. 28711 Phone
BILL trade! on anything. DAHMER'S.!:
BROKER 704)( ) 669-8861. tfchg
M4-8464 964-6818 964-7923. tf-ea

Slaughtering Chilling 18.98 8 track tapes for sale
WILL BUY: Used Appliance Owned & Operated By
for $5.98 or $3.50 with! a 'trado
Furniture: TV's, Stereos, any'thing r
Cutting WrappingFor N CARL BEGGS of value. DAHMER'S. House.In at DAHMER'S Discount tfchg DON NEWMANS and )r

Deep Freeze 4 and 8 Track Stereo Tape
PARTS parents age over 21. !Starting!
Player for ears for sale only
$329 month, promotion INSTALLATIONREPAIRING
pay op.
$49.93 at DAHMER'S
Top Price for Wrecked Cars portunltK! and regular Increases House. tfchg

2t Hour Wrecker Service In pay 8 hour day. S DRAIN CLEANOUTAND

ALSO BEEF FOR DEEP FREEZEBY Fuel Oil dayweek, sick leave, vacation WANTED Ladles for Trl- PUMPING $
state retirement. If interested, Chem Liquid Embroidery;

QUARTER, HALF Vied Car please apply In person Personnel Write Box 357, palat.' Hwy. 301 N. Waldo Manager Sunland! Training Center 4tp 7-18 Phone 964-6647

OR WHOLE NOW COMPLETE! 468.1998National Gainesville, Fit.
An equal opportunity employ FOR SALE-4 City lots 414 N. Starke, Fla. tfcbg
An entirely new Water ,St. tfchg
translation in the er.AMANA
language of today. 7-foot chest freezers FOR SALE-18 cu. foot freezer.

SULLIVAN'SMARKET Sewing that. carry: a 3-ye>ar warrantyfor 628 11>8. capacity; $199.88 Western -
Standard Edition labor and parts, for only Auto, S phone 9646841. D&N PRODUCEAND
in one volume Machine Co., $149.95 at DAHMER'S. tfchg 2tchg 7-9
The Old and New
Testaments $8.95 Largest selections from which FOR SALE-10 ft. meat. case ACREAGE

With the Apocrypha New to choose. Pfaff. NeechI, Nelco, 1 net scales 1 National cashregister Need vacant land and email

$995 This Home Ad 6 Universal. 1 adding machine 1 arms, 1n Bradford and surrounding SEA FOOD
WE HAVE COPIES Worth $3.00 On Any electric drink box, 'all in good counties. Please con

SEE US TODAY! Purchase or Repair condition. Buy* all for $700. tact Janie Cooley, saleslady

811 W. University! Ave. 378-1853 Phone 259-6588, Macclenny, Fla. Klngaley Lake 5332711. Frank PBODUCF

(Formerly Lawson's Market) BULLINGTONStudioJewelryGifts SEWING MACHINE Cleaned t It'2! E. League, Brooker 958 MlkealAvc. FRESH
.. Jacksonville. Fla. phone SEA FOOD
oiled and adjusted In your" 6 Cubic Foot "walnut! grain Del-
& Felix Sullivan
Betty 2tpd 7-9
Starke Florida 32091 home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner monlco. Freezer, like new.
:repairs also. All work guarante. Holds 210 Ibs. Nearly half priceat Home Grown Vegetables
Phone 964.7059 ed. Dennis E. Coggin..Phone DAHMER'S Discount House BIC PENS. Ball Point Re.
.:;:;:':::;:::::;:::;:;::. ;:;:;:::::::::::::::::.:: Ql &2S. tfobff tfchg fm*. Bradford County Tel- 332 N. Temple) Ave. Old Atlantic Station


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