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 11, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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compliance with civil

rights laws, according to a

Line letter considered by the 'i':

Property L. ..ur County morning.School Board Tuesday ,!::

The letter was a copy of ona
hti sent to the state' Board of Edu-

Asked AgainA cation by Jerris Leonard, assistant -
US attorney general Ear-
rdtve. lier communications about the
I/ non-compliance of the county's
petition to have the property line of the upland schools had been from the Department -

owner established for the Seminole Ridge developmenton of Health Education,

Santa Fe Lake resubmitted to the County Commission and Casey Welfare said. Superintendent :

: but got no action. .
Casey also stated that no Investigative -
H.L Ownbey, president of the Y teams have been in
Ott Corporation which Includes Bradford's schools at all con-
Paul and Roy Tyre, made the 800-P/us/ cerning desegregation only representatives -
request. His firm since April here came in No-
1969 has kept stopped the build- a 'u itx Y vember 1968(! for a hearing with
ing of boat basins at the request T the school board.
of the Internal Improve- Attending
) "I 1 think what we're doing is
ment Board (the State Cabinet
educationally sound, and that we
Ott Corp. was using a dredgeto are complying with civil rights
excavate two basins and fill- guidelines," Casey said "I would
Ing In the water's edge on the Summer recommend letting them proveus
east side of Big Santa Fe Lake. wrong before taking any
The state contends that Ott Corp. steps."

may be filling In state owned Members of the school board
land and may be harming ma- SessionsMore "Volunteer" garbage dumps a growing problem for Bradford. agreed, but felt that a letter

rine life by destroying bedding This one greets motorists on Sit.tOO east of Starke at the Sampson : should be sent to the Justice

grounds of fish. than 800 students were Lake cut-oft. Not a regularly maintained county land fiil, this Department stating the board's

The board agreed to ask County enrolled in the academic por- dump and others like it, don't receive refuse burial from the countyon stand, since this was a differ-
; Attorney Theron Yawn write tion of Bradford County's; extended a regular basis.Commi&tioner ent branch of the federal govern-
the n Board, using additional Mon- ment than had been In contact
summer program
Ralph Bryan, above is pushing for. controls on with the before.
surveys and Information supplied day, the first day, Supt Tom county;
Monday by Ownbey, to see Casey reported. dumping and a solution to the problem. More discussion was set fora

if the county; has authority; to special school board meeting,
Fifty more attended Tuesdayat
establish the property line. ;
Bradford High and Starke at 7:30: p.m. next Tuesday eve-
Ownbey, In his third request Elementary, but he did not have ning, when budget amendmentsand
Monday, asked the commissionto figures for other schools. New Zoning ion-instructional salaries
"establish boundary lines of Garbage System will so be on the agenda.In .
the water's edge." lie did not t More than 500 students were
use the old "bulkhead line" taking part In the summer swim- the Justice Department let-
term. ming program, apart from the ter, Leonard said that a federal
academic Casey said. court had ordered the Georgia
Chairman Zed-
Questioned by HearingIs
ra Hamilton Ownbey said He has School officials had hoped thata State Board of Education to get
had no further contact with then third of the total students Would Cost $56,000A constitutionally adequate deseg-
from 81 school
Board. "No Sir, I have no body, or about 1,300 students, regation plans
He said "We
contact with them"he answered. would take part In the new aca- are hope-
ful that compliance in Floridacan
"I've asked a thousand questions demic summer session. garbage pick up system for That Includes a packer truck information and prices on the formation from some firms. SetA be brought about by volun-
," Ownbey said. "Their position Most students attending signedup the county; would cost $56,000to 55 garbage receptacles, and a system he has proposed for the tary means rather than resortto
(the state's) seems to be for the programs through put into operation the first bulldozer, the sanitarian said, commission's consideration. lie The county; could be coveredIn the courts."
what Is called a meander line. notes sent home by,students before year, Trawick adding that costs could possi- told the board Monday that no two routes of 48 and 56 miles, public hearing tile county's
We told the County Commission be Trawick said a survey has shown. proposed zoning code is set at The 14 counties "out of compliance" -
They want all they can get. school was out, but studentsof ; bly reduced. decision should be made yet,
want all we can get." Ownbey all grades, K-12, may still Monday. Trawick has been gathering that he is still waiting on InBlaine Questioned by Commissioner 8 p.m. Friday, July 10, In the in Florida include Baker -
aid the.deed to the property; attend. Last minute approval for Ralph Bryan on the operation commission meeting room in the Bradford, Flagler, Gadsden,
gives Mm title to the low water state financing of the experimental costs of the new system com- courthouse. Gulf, Ilendry, Jackson, Jefferson -
line, but said that apparently program led to short- pared to the county's present The proposed code and zoning Lafayette, Pasco, St Johns,
land fill operation, Trawick said St. Lucle, Seminole, Wakulla.
nothing. planning Casey said but
means range Dollar maps showing the various districts -
School the new system's operation would
he was very much encouraged by into which the county has
The question! Is, Ownbey sal the be less because the county; would
participationn.Parents been divided are on display in
"the boundary line that
operate one land fill Instead of
ates the upland owner and his can learn schedules by the county clerk's office. CopIes -
rights from the rights of the calling the principal of the school six.County; trucks would pick the of the text are available to BuildingloBe

people and the State of Florida." their child attends, In case stu- Deficit AxedA 3! garbage up from the garbage residents for study in the office -
dents wish to come only for one or may be purchased.Meat .
Ownbey told the commission receptacles haul it to a of the zoning proposalcan
his problem now is that the or more periods. The school day centrally located land fill. Residents -
be obtained the
by studying
last from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.Hodges would be responsible for
county; supposed to establish zoning maps, using the indexof
the property; line, which must school year balance $8,750In The board became concerned hauling the garbage to the receptacles the text, and reading about

they be approved or disapprovedby the black was reported to the last summer In preparing Its the zoning districts, accordingto
the n Board. He can get The board again Monday expressed RazedThe
Bradford School Board Tuesday budget about what has becomean Zoning Committee Chairman
no action from state officials b concern about the con-
morning by Supt. Tom Casey. annual $100,000 deficit which John Torode.
because the has not act- V.4Ys dition of about half a dozen volun
dated back to 1965-66. Tightening Three years of work were com-
ed, Ownbey says. Its belt In the past year, tary dumps which have sprungupover pleted last month when the com- old building adjacent to
"We are as Interested In you the Board has evidently made up the county; In the past few mittee decided to advertise the the railroad on East Call StreetIn
getting back to work as you are, Tax Roll the deficit.It years. Placing "No Dumnw" text for a public hearing. Starke will be razed, the
but we must have some direct- will mean In effect, that signs at those sites was discussed If the code Is approved Fridayby owner, Ben (Sarge) Suslow, reported -
ion from the n Board," Chair- the $100,000 which went In the but no action was taken the committee, it will then to the City Council Tues-

man Hamilton said. past year to make up the deficit when Commissioner Bryan pointed go to the county; commission, day night.
The commission apparently Up $2.2Million will be freed to be spenton out "they would only be used be advertised 15 more days, Suslow also made the councila
itlll faces the same questionIt other things, such as sup for target practice. another public hearing held, then proposition- will sell all
did in 1969just how to go plies and equipment, this com- Thompson Such a volunteer dump was on the commission will vote on three buildings, between the rail-
about establishing such a the Forsyth Road was cleaned road and the old Rosenberg
pro- ing school year, and will not whether to make it a county;
perty line. The board also questioned Store, for $10,000. The city; could
be forced to borrow to pay sal (Continued if it could set the upland aries. Announces For pay $1,000 per year for 10 years.
owner's property line in Seminole The board has anxiously awaited The council congratulated Sus-
Ridge without establishingsuch A $2.2 million Increase In the word on the 1969-70 financial low on his plans to raze the
a line for the entire lake. 1970 tax roll will net Bradford picture, fearing It might School Board Road Fund one building. Chairman Jimmy
"It's got to come from this County; about $39,317 more In end up again in the red becauseof SpendingTo McRae appointed a committee
board. They've got to give an ad valorem taxes, an increasethat unplanned spending, such as of Councilmen One Wiggins and

opinion In some way," Ownbey Assessor" Gene Long terms a large refrigerator being installed Johnnie Blaine Thompson, 29- Jimmy Rowen and Mayor Carl
stated. If the question goes to "normal. at the USO building to year-old owner of Plaza Bar- Hurst to study Suslow'spurchase

the state Ownbey said,they would Submitted Monday for inclus- store food cafeterias. Purchaseof ber Shop In Starke, has announced Be Investigated proposal.
put the property line at the meander ion in the minutes of the County that unit was not planned in candidacy for District Matter of the old buildings
line established in 1833. Commission, the new assess-- the 69-70 budget, for instance, 1 (Lawtey) seat on the Boardof arose again last week when part
Ownbey) says the meander line Qualifies ment; roll, totaling $67.9-plus but will save the school sys- Public Instruction. Their ire raised by a report Nothing has been done to the roadin of the facade of the one nearestthe

is'not right. millions, has a taxable valueof tem costs It has been payingto A Bradford native, Thompson showing deficit of $4,114 In years except pot holes filled. railroad fell and concrete
$48,269,800. That amount will store the food in Jackson- resides on SR-225A five miles secondary spending, Bradford blocks were strewn across the
EW Hodges Jr., 40, Hampton raise, at the present millage ville and Gainesville.Bids west of Lawtey. county; commissioners decided In the past few months it has sidewalk.
Lake, has announced as a can- rate of 19.107 mills $924,201, on milk, bread and petroleum The son of I.E. (Ivy) and Alma Monday to seek from the Department taken little mention of roads funds Suslow said he made an agree-
5 QualifyIn didate for election to the Board up $39,317 over 1969. products for the next Thompson, he Is married to the of Transportation a full spending DOT largely handled by tile ment July 4 with the firm of
to get a commissioners'dander W,T. Jackson to take the build-
of County; Commissioners, District year were opened at the meet former JoAnn Bullard of Jack- account of the county; primaryand
4.The Of the increase, the County ing, with Farmbestmilk), Wards sonville. The Thompsons have secondary road funds. up. They are quick to Ing down "as soon as he can
CountyOnly post is being vacated this Commission will receive about Tiptop bread, and Gulf Oil being two children: Ken 8, and Little The DOT report brought up admit, as they did Monday morn- get to It." Suslow noted he has
five candidates had year by Mrs. Jesse Chastainwho $16,120 and the Board of Public low bidder In each case.A John, 5. He is a member of the Monday by Commissioner Dave Ing, they don't understand theDOT's paid taxes on the building for
county; Wednesday will retire after 22 years Instruction $23,197. payment of $500 to Brown Baptist Church, the Chamber of Shuford, Lawtey, apparently spending explanations. 30 years. When H.A. Bishop
for office at
noon -
(qualified with the qualifying dead- service on the board. The $2.2 million Increase In Construction Co. for the second Commerce, and a Past Masterof shows a deficit of that amount as Referring to the recent road owned the then Starke Telephone
Co. Suslow
line set for noon Tuesday, July] The son of Evan and Ruby the tax roll comes from adjusted phase of the Vo-Tech complex, Lawtey Lodge 189. of May 31. board hearing in Lake City,Com- sidered, purchasing said, the the firm three con-

21. The qualifying period startedat Hodges of Brooker, Hodges Is values, new homes, etc all the Vocational Office Education Thompson is a life-long resident "I'd like to know how our bal- missioner Zedra Hamilton buildings for new offices.
increases that Assessor Gene of Bradford County and
married to the former Yvonne rooms, was approved. ; snorted Monday:
noon Tuesday July 7. ance owed grew from $1 million "I've always done all I couldto
Long terms normal. from Bradford County
Qualifying for Clerk of the BrooJdns the father of of Hampton Randy, ,16,and Mark is The new roll also Includes a Mlllard Brown and Ted Oglesby High graduate School. He has attended to $2 million when" we'vebeen "All we could understand was help" the city; county; and

Court were Inman D. Green, Incumbent 13, and Kim, 12. He was born $223,6331088 In Seaboard Coastline were designated administrators Bradford Union Vocational- missioner making Ralph payments, stated.Com- we didn't have any money and the state Suslow said" "I plan to
Republican, and Randy In Bradford County; and gradu- Railroad assessments, Long of GED tests. Lu Reeves, Technical Center and during the records were In Tallahassee." continue doing so.
Johns. Democrat. ated from Bradford High School. points out. RJE; Robert Velle, Middle past year has been enrolled at Leading the attack,' Shuford Commissioner Buck Norman
Hodges has been employed In "It takes a lot of chicken houses School; Laurie Crowson, BUS; Santa Fe Junior College.A pointed out the DOT report shows vigorously agreed.
E.>>. (CEddle) Allan cattleman the sales department with Tung to make up for a loss like and. Kathryn Showers, Lawtey former employee of DuPont that $800,000 was spent on right- Wiggins AsksReelection
and poultry rancher, qualifiedfor Oil Products Inc. of Gainesvillefor that," he commented to the county were recommended for appoint where he worked 8 1/2 years, of-way aquisitlon on the four- "I'd like to have somebody
County; Commissioner, District the 22 ; commission Monday. ment. Thompson has been In businessin lanlng of US-301 from Starke here In my yard to talk to us,"
4. He ran four years ago years. CUBB was granted use of the Starke for the past31/2 years. south to the Alachua County line, Shuford said. "When we go to
for the same post against Incumbent He Is an active member of "It must have all been put on building at the rear of the old "1 feel buslesss but only $90,000 Lake City; they tell you what
my was spent on Incumbent Orie A.Wiggins,now
Jessie R. Chastain and the First Baptist Church of my chicken house" Chairman courthouse, which they have been and serving the people the rest of the county "I'd like they want to." lie suggested that his twelfth
completing on
J.M. Edwards Jr. Mrs. Chas- Starke member of the American Zedra Hamilton Jokingly replied. using, for another year, to con- qualifies me for this office. to know who got the $800,000," the clerk write the DOT askinga the Starke City Council,year qualified
tain is not a candidate for reflection Legion and Is presently ser- A July 20 hearing date is set duct their administrative pro- Shuford representative to meet the ;
"If elected I will do best Tuesday night as a candidate for
in September ving on the Bradford County; Hos- for property owners dissatisfied my
; gram. ?" commissioner here to explainthe
"What was done he asked! re-election In Group I 1.
to each citizen of Brad-
Also qualifying were R.A.(Lex) pital Board. with their assessments to have The new assessment figure for ford represent County; to the best of my pointing out the report stated road spending. Other Council seats to be filled I
their case heard by a Board of taxes for Bradford County is
and Lucile Green for State Demo "If elected I will serve the Adjustment composed of three $48,269,800, Supt. Casey said. ability, and will assure that their that $20,000 has been spent on "And tell them to send the in the September election are:
cratic Committeeman and Committeewoman people of Bradford County; fair- county commissioners and two This is an Increase of $2,057.- best interests will be the first SR200.between IIS-30I. and SR- records from Tallahassee too," Group 3, P.T. Nolin, Incumbent;
respectively. 225 at Lawtey. SR-200A is the and 5, "NeliTucker Incum-
Group ,
ly honestly, and Impartially school board members. 800, he said. order of business at all times. old Lawtey Road (old US-301). Norman added. bent.

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Of E. B. Erwin Jr. In Baptist. RitesMiss ComplimentedAt

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Carol Sue Sherrill became -
Miss Gloria Harrell of Moul-
the bride of Elijah Bryan
trte, Ga., fiancee of Harry Hatch
Erwin, Jr. on June 19 at 8 pjn.
III at tea
er was complimented
: in a double ring ceremony in Tuesday afternoon of last week
Church Lake ,
A Baptist ,
+ given at the home of Mrs. JamesA.
The O.H. Panne-
Griffin on Wilson Road.
becker, maternal grandfather of
esses with Mrs. Griffin were
Gladya Mooty: Phone 964-7808 the bride, and the Rev. Leo E. Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr., Mrs. LN .. I

ft Sherrill, father of the bride, Pickering, Mrs. R.A. Colson,

I! Satiety Editor officiated. Mrs. Robert Paterson,'Mrs. Robert -
of the bride the
Parents are
a Barksdale, Mrs.F.B.Beard,
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Leo E, Sher-
efiN. and Mrs. L.A. Canova.
): $ 1'ff ... rill of Lake Butler. Parents of Greeting guests at the door at

the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Canova and
Intervals were
Mrs. Elijah Bryan Erwin Sr.. !
Mrs. Beard. Standing In the receiving -
Audrey Patricia Rosier, Mr. Barrett of Raiford. line were the honoree
The bride in marriageby
Exchange Vows In Home given her mother, Mrs. J.M. Harrell,
Ceremony her father, wore a gown of Salter-Broome
and Mrs. H.M Hatcher Jr., mo-
t !fEmogene
white silk over satin
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Brady The buffet was centered witha with an empire organza waistline, high ther of the bridegroom-elect Engagement Told
Rosier of the State Farm announce pink summer arrangement Inviting guests Into the dining
neckline sleeves of
long organza -
the marriage of their room were Mrs. Colson,.Mrs.
flanked by silver candlestickswith
with wide lace cuffs and a Mr. and Mrs. Verdo Salter of
daughter Audrey Patricia to Barksdale and Mrs. Paterson.The .
pink tapers, entwined with l cathedral-length train; all Hampton announce the engage-
William Gadson Barrett, son of ivy. tea table was covered witha
trimmed with lace interlaced with ment and approaching marriage
Mr. and Mrs U. Richard Bar- cloth
Cutting the bride's cake were pale' green organza
and seed pearls. There their JoAnn to Morris
organza of daughter, -
rett of Lawtey. Rev. Tyler, a the bride's aunt, Mrs. G.F. Tip- were flower appliques centered centered with an arrangement Franklin (Lyn) Broome, son
Baptist minister from Jacksonville w of stock, pink roses and shasta
pins and bride's sister, Mrs.
with seed pearls on the front of Mr. and Mrs. James W.
performed the nuptials at daisies. Flanking the center-
Mark Hamilton. Miss Debra Tip-
of the gown and on the train. Broome of Gainesville.Miss .
the home of pins a cousin of the bride, kept The train was also bordered with Salter is a 1970 graduate
Friday, July 3, at 7 1 pink tapers. Mrs. Peek Jr.
p.m. the guest book.
1 lace and attached at the waistof o!. Bradford High School and Is
At one end of the living room Assisting were Mrs. JE. Hitchcock and Mrs. Pickering presided at
the dress. The fingertip veil the
University of
employed by
was a large sunburst basket arrangement the punch bowl.Arrangements.
T Richardson
Mrs.J. Mrs.
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of tulle was attached to a head- Florida Mr. Broome is a 1967
of gladioli, pompoms, L.E. Duggar, Mrs. D.F. McRae of pink and white
piece of lace and pearls. The Jan Har- of Vero Beach High
Box and Mrs. graduate
large mums and maidenhair fern. and Mrs. Shealey. roses, gladioli and shasta daisies
bridal outfit was fashioned and amt! has
School recently com-
This was flanked by seven branch rison. were used in the party rooms. In
The couple took a short wed-
made by the bride's mother and Mrs. Erwin are now pleted a tour of duty in the U.S.
candelabra with white tapersen- ding trip to St Augustine. Tht ... Mr. and the foyer was a bouquet of pink
the lace hand
was crocheted by their home in Marianna Marine Corps.
twined with ivy.A bride traveled in a teal blue making and white mums and daisies.
recording of the wedding the bride's maternal step-grand after a short wedding trip to St. Assisting In serving were Mrs. The wedding date has been set
double knit A-line dress with
March was used during the wed- white accessories.They are tem- Miss Barbara Sue Barksdale Weds mother, Mrs. O.H. Pannebecker.She Augustine.On T.B. Harding, Mrs. CH. Nas- for Sept 4 at 8 p.m. at the

ding procession. porarily residing with thegroom's James P. O'Brian In First Baptist feathered carried carnations a cascade centered of white Thursday evening, June 18, worthy, Mrs. J.E. Hardy. Mrs. First All friends Baptist Church and relatives Hampton are
Steven Richardson was best Kate Sheppard, Miss Melody Cut-
parents in Lawtey and with a white orchid with Itlies- the rehearsal dinner was given
invited to attend.
man.Miss plan to make their home Starke. Miss Barbara Sue Barksdale, ville kept the bride's book. groom's parents at the tine, Mrs. David Canova and

Peggy Ann Duggar of The bride is a 1970 graduate daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert The two punch tables were white of-the-valley satin and streamers lace covered on a Holiday Inn in Lake City.; The Miss Gayle Hatcher.

Lake Butler attended as maid of BUS, an active member of C. Barksdale, and James covered with white satin cloths: Bible. For her going out- tables were beautifully decora- The hostesses presented the Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Connerof
of honor. She wore a nile and centered with crystal punch away honoree her mother and Mrs. Jacksonville were Saturday
green ,
the First Baptist Church, the Patrick O'Brian, son of Mr. and fit she two ted with tiered arrangements of
wore a piece
street length dress with bowls encircled with smilax and Hatcher with their visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Felix
choirs, arid Little Women's Club. Mrs. Thomas R. O'Brian, were tunic style dress and the yellow chrysanthemums and can- corsages upon
lace trim. Her nose length green The groom is a 1968 graduateof united in marriage Saturday,June white daisies. Presiding at the from her bouquet with white orchid dies. arrival. They also gave the Sapp.AFTER .

net veil was secured to a small BUS, attended Lake City Junior 27, at 4 p.m. in the First Baptist punch bowls were Mrs. Mark accessories. For something, old honoree a silver cake stand
green crown. She carried a nose- Hamilton Mrs. Larry Crawford,
College and is employed by Church. Rev. Leo Hebert of Tal-
gay of mInature yelJow carnationsand Gilman Paper Company in Max- lahassee performed the nuptials. Miss Pat Walden and Miss Patti grandmother's the bride wore wedding her paternal band

bride's roses. vllle. Highlighting the altar were two Detwiler.
Given In marriage by her pedestal baskets of pink and white Following a four day cruiseto which was 54 years old.

father, the bride wore a street Miss Linda Futch gladioli, mums and daisies 4- Nassau the couple is residing The maid of honor was Miss THECLEARANC

length white embossed double gainst a background of candel- at Nicevllle. The bride traveledin Ruth Gaston, friend of the bride

knit crepe dress made In A-line Weds Mr. NortonIn abras in the shapes of arch, a mint green linen suit with from Rochester, Minn. She was

with short sleeves and small tree and spiral, and five fern white accessories complimentedwith attired in a sleeveless nile green

stand up mandarin collar. Her South CarolinaMiss trees. Gracing the foyer table a pink and white corsage. bonded crepe formal dress with #

layered mallne shoulder length was an arrangement of pink and The bride and groom are both empire waistline and high neck- jWJT

veil was secured to a crown of Linda Futch, grand- white summer flowers. graduates of Bradford High line trimmed in lace. She car-

seed pearls and rhinestones. She daughter of Mrs. C.A. Futch Providing a program of nup- School. The bride graduated in ried a cascade of shasta daisies.

wore an heirloom cameo pin, a and the late Mr. Futch, and tial music were Mrs. Randal 1966 and is also a 1970 graduateof The bridesmaids, Mrs. Virginia -

gift from her mother, and car- Maxie Norton Jr., son of Mr. Chitty, soloist, and Mrs. David Florida State University witha Hewett, sister the groom,
ried a nosegay of white miniature and Mrs. E.M. Norton Sr. of Canova, organist. B.S. in Art Education. The Mrs. Mary Harrison and Miss

carnations and pink bride's KIngsley Lake, were united in Mr. O'Brian attended his son groom graduated from BUS in Janet Crawford, friends of the

roses.A marriage, on June 18 in Ridge- best and the ushers 1965 and was a 1966 graduateof bride, wore yellow dresses Iden-
reception was also held at land, S.C. as Patrick man Welch Florida Technical College.He tical to that worn by the maidof

the Rosier home where guests Accompanlng the couple to were Barksdale, brother of the, bride Robby, Is presently a computer honor, with Junior bridesmaid, I

were greeted at the door by Mrs. Rldgeland were Mrs. Futch and Ray Norman, all of Starke, and operator in the U.S. Air Forceat Miss Karen Schmale, cousin of

Medford Shealey.The Joe SIstrunk. Duffy Soto of Lake City. Eglin AFB. the bride, in nile green with
bride's table was covered Rev. Jack Flynn blessed the puffed sleeves. All wore head-
Miss Vicki Barksdale served
with a white lace cloth and at marriage Sunday following the pieces of bows attached to tulle
her sister maid of honor.
the four corners were bows of Communion Service atSt.Mark's as veils matching their dresses and
Bridal attendants Mrs. Pa-
net and satin centered with Episcopal] Church. were carried cascades of shasta dais-
trick Welch of Starke Mrs. La-
sprigs of tube roses and gar- The young couple is residing in ies. The attendants dresses were
Rue Williams of Beach
lands of ivy. At one end of the an apartment N.Church Street Daytona also made by the bride's mother.
Miss Anna Lou Barclay of Green-
table was a four-tiered wedding Mr. Norton is an announcer for Miss Cindy Hewett, niece of i :ffi-
ville and Miss Melody May of
cake in the form of a churoh:: and radio station WAYR in Orange the bridegroom, served as flower -:
St, George, S.C. The attendants'were
at the other end was large Park. girl and was dressed Identicalto
attired alike the
punch bowl. Centering t table the Junior bridesmaid. Mark
, was a three branch silver\ candle- Mrs. Johnny Johnson Is a med- honor attendant's gown was rose Pannebecker, cousin of the bride, --
and brldemaids'
pink -
bra with white nosegays and. satin ical patient in Riverside Hos- gowns was ring bearer and wore a -
petal pink. The dotted Swiss
"" were
. streamers. pital. tuxedo.
were floor length with em-
"M>Tw.IS: .R1Mffi .;;"""t'If"'J"r. <+" ."..'. pire waist trimmed with a dou- The groom chose his fatheras
r./\1( ;;;o 'W """I''i'' .;>#t''I'; '' ') ,( his best man. The ushers
ble of white lace. The wed-
iP1I' : row < were Lindell Sherrill Charles
ding ring collars were decorated L Ut Hewett, Lawrence Pender and _. GIRLS
with a single row of lace and David Silcox. _
they had short puffed sleeves.
fI KNOW YourLF&rI1U Their headpieces were pink bows Miss Sherrill and Mr. Erwin

... trimmed with lace to match their repeated their vows before the ;'Gaily and Lord > SLACK SETS
.' .
church altar which was decor-
dresses. They carried white
& !4!; ; 2' wicker baskets of pink car- rt ated with arched candelabras of r ow

.' I.. nations, baby's breath and lighted white tapers, two large MENS PLAIDSLACKS Reg to $3.99
i <: daisies. baskets of white gladiolas, pom "i:
: Little Miss Connie Moody was ...... poms and shasta daisies, with '

: By BILL WILSON'. w./;. Welch flower was girl ring and bearer.Master Rick kowski Mr. and, of Mrs.Melbourne Henry, announce L. Wit- delabra greenery and behind on either the center side. Large can- f /i ? 2.00 and x.00

I The bride, given in marriageby vases of hydrangeas were on REfi. $6.99
WEALTHYIEiX: 11 ANTED" her father, wore a full length the engagement of their daugh- either side of the altar which ,
ti.. ter, Bridget Ann, to David Henry
formal of silk was centered with memory ff
TO REMAIN THAT \\ AYValllt satin, gown reminiscent organza of the over 19th Penoyer, Jr., son of Mr.and Mrs. candle that the bride and groom --=.- 'i C,'
& David Henry Penoyer, 44 San end of 88. .0;
century, designed with a natural Jose Drive lighted together at the $ '
Ormond "
; t waistline. The bodice was accented The bride-elect, is Beach a native of the ceremony, which was later ... 5 ,;.
with of lace with placed on the table with thebride's MENS _
\\ }' l KnjilUhmen bad one thing!! ill t.t rows New York and moved to Mel-
book.Wedding .
common the do-ire, to hang| on to their high lace neckline and organza bourne, where she graduated In music renderedby
i was
Bishop sleeves edged with wide .

+,..,., ueullh. J. ; satin cuffs. The gown featured School.1968 from She attended Central the Catholic Univer- Sgt. Michael Sherrill, cousinof "' $ '. ,SPORT SHIRTS *
the bride vocalist and
as ,
appliques of embroidered daisies .
sity of Florida for two ''
years. '
? S
j \ '
with a gathered skirt trimmed Mr Penoyer is a native of Miss Sherry Ripplinger as organist :::
with a single row of lace. Her Jacksonville and '1 he bride and groom PLAIDS AND SOLIDS jgl
: moved to Or-
f"I floor length veil of illusion was knelt while the Lord's Prayerwas .
mond Beach in
1968. He is a / '
4 secured by a cluster of white sung.A OPEN .
{ graduate of Bradford High School ; REG. TO $3.49 rl e :
reception was held at the ;
lace daisies
decorated with
.*. and will be : .
a Junior September Immediately All Day Wednesday g
I pearls. Her only ornament wasa Lake Side Recreation Center .
at the of
University Florida. He
jl'p"f., silver heart-shaped locket a is a member of Phi Kappa Tau after the ceremony. & Sunday Afternoon \ .j. i::
.tu. of the Mrs. Jane Pender kept the bride'sbook
gift groom. She carried a
:- 50
fraternity.The $ .
; ; 4'15 and introducedto 1.lt.
white wicker basket of pink and guests were :
; Slivraton d..k ; wedding if planned for Vt 2
writing -
the receiving line by Mrs.
white feathered "
roses, car- 1 ; I' ::::rZ
Saturday Aug. 15 at
rJ nations, ivy and stephantrtls. p.m. I.B. Harrison. The four-tier cake a -, .
Lady of Lourdes
A reception was held In the Church, Melbourne All Catholic centered the bride's table withan .;.: ft.. ..
l.uik and .afctv'.atilt. to church recreational hall where arrangement of daisies and '
There were no <* : are cordlnally Invited to the wed- '. .,r.
when the renowned cabinetmaker, Ihoina* ;. guests were greeted at the door ding. candles on either side.The green -
.1S 1 by Mrs. J.E. and yellow theme was carriedout '
Sheraton. ".i. lip-inning furniture he was : Hardy and Mrs. .
:it ; Benton Futch. Standing in the on another table with the I LADIES ___
i the Art to put iiifienioiM/ hiding) conqattment t punch, nuts and mints. An
'L I receiving line were the bride Glenna arrangement -
ill ilerk.* ami ecrelaiic. cabinet {{ and groom, their parents and of yellow gladiolas and 4

';t fiilcbo.iriN.' : \ .b>. the W.IY.> \\a* the tie- bridal attendants. I Is HonoredAt daisies with a bride doll in a PANTIES LADIES

,"i'a signer of the toll-top. iles-k. Mhirli hail a : Decorations in the hall hand-crocheted dress and train

f; rerret conipartiiiml for'\.ilu.il, >loin ol.lcnilj I, were baskets of pink and white Bridal ShowerMiss adorned the table covered witha

). gladioli, mums and daisies. The hand-crocheted tablecloth 4 PAIR
:I 5?; bride's table was covered witha Glenna Joyner, whose which was also made by Mrs. Ii HOSE

:1 white satin cloth with garlands marriage to Leaton Morgan ffl Pannebecker. The servers were

<''.',,' of smilax interspersed with pink will be an event of Saturday, Mrs. Ruth Schmale, Mrs. Joyce

; Badcock : carnations and stephanotis July 11 at 8 p.m. In the Madison Sherrill, Mrs. Shirley Panne- $

; if.Thit :. around the edge. Centering the Street Baptist Church, was becker, and Mrs. Mildred Sher- :

.f. table was a three-tiered wedding honored at a bridal shower rill, aunts of the bride, and 19.9 A :3

:"" cake flanked by epergnettes hold- Thursday night, July 2, in the Miss Diane Sherrill, cousin of PR $100

,FURNITURE and APPLIANCES ing white tapers and arrange- church annex. Hostesses were the bride. Others who assisted .. .

t' '..s."-. ments of pink carnations and Mrs. Marie Sterner, Mrs. O.T. with the reception were Mrs. .... ...1'. .

': } 1l Itilif, Tneruh->i\iit" in a S"ri" ,;fr daisies. Cutting the bride's cake Derkman, Mrs. W.E Lawson, -- : :,-, ,. .. '.'

.:I" 7 ,,, .....r-. :'.. were Misses Mary Jo Wilson, Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs. Betty \ '''':.. .
JofJ'l'1i''J:'; '" Bette Drane and Marilyn Floyd. Register and Mrs. Jack Under- .
'; &Ws&'lt4i; ; : ( ,,\J.$' ..,ft .,.:-.;.'..I.L'.v. /{:'; :"::J. Mrs. Donald Salter Jackson- hlll. /,s. :.rt1,

The hostesses presented cor- .

NEW BRICK HOMES OVER 1300 SQ. FT. HEATED sages to Mrs. Leaton Morgan flew Arrivals Throw "... ",

AREA Jr. mother of the bridegroom- LADIES ...
elect, Mrs. N.P. Joyner, motherof : .
NO Down Payment COMPLETELY FINISHED the honoree, and to the honoree Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Williamsof : .
(On Your Lot I In Town 0, Country) upon their arrival. Lawtey announce the birth ofa SHOES
BRICK HOMES son, Daren Keith, on July 1 in
AS LOW AS $60.00 The refreshment table was cen- Alachua General Hospital.

PER MONTH FHA INSPECTED tered with a lace cloth: over Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. RUGS : Reg. to $7.99

pink linen and centered with R.W. Bryan of Lawtey and Mr. I
.. an
elude* T.*. A ad Intu ranee-Terms JO Yean PANELING THROUGHOUT ,
Your Income Regulate Your Monthly payment: arrangement of pink gladioli. A and Mrs.A.H.Williams Starke. ,
CERAMIC BATHBUILTIN bride doll and magnolia leaves Reg. $3.99 .
CASH PRICE $16,000.00 decorated the top of the piano Bradford County Hospital announces $400

INTMEST 8i! % AS SET BY THE APPLIANCES and a two-tiered mock wedding the following births: ;

FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION CENTRAL HEAT cake, made pf terry towels, cen- Mr. and Mrs. Barry Lambert : #

tered the gin table. Wyman Jr., Keystone Heights,

twins; daughter Brandle Lynn, ..
"ALL DAVID & MARY LOU BLACK 964-7469 Games with prizes m
were en- son, Barry L. Wyman July 1. ;
700 BRIDGES! ST. STARKE Joyed during the party hours. Mr. and Mrs. James Carlos $288 S r "

The hostesses presented the Monroe, Lake City, a son,James \y f'.11III 1 't f'v.""
honoree with three-piece Corning Allan, July 2. :. 'f Pt
OR JAMES PRINCE 964-5136 Ware set as a memento of Mr. and Mrs. Harry William .

the occasion. Tlson, RaIford, twins: daughter-
Sixty; guests were invited to Amy Ann, son-Robert Andrews ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!
attend at 8 p.m. David. July 3.

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[ I eajst i+u t't'ow' :J Parents Teens'COLOGNE Buying Might West Germany Take Tips First Federal Saving And, Loan Association

i (WNS) A local shoppers 42$ 4 OF STARKE

survey has revealed that men

1 Mrs. Jewell Noegel Sgt. Ardel F. Brannen, shop better than women but o 395 West Madison Street Stark*, Florida
Judge and Mrs. T.A. Yawn formerly of Randolph AFB Texas that children: (especially I I 1
Weds Mr. CrawfordIn Jr. and family returned" today is spending his leave with his young teens) shop better than
Church from ten days at their sum- parents Mr. and 'Mrs.R.E. Bran- adults. rN
RitesMrs. mer home In Whittier, N.C. nan, After Ms leave he will be Statement of ConditionAfter
assigned to Clark AFB, Philip- "Youngsters have less mon-
Noegel and Thomas Mr. and Mrs. James Hurst pines. time
they are
ey more so
A. Crawford the Close of Business
were united In mar- and family of Frostproof were not fooled by fancy packagesand June 30, 1970
riage Saturday June 27, at 8 of Mrs. Randal Mr. and Mrs. Jamie -
Sunday guests Worleyand quick purchases, reported
p.m. Presbyterian
Chitty.; Mrs. Chltty; also had as daughters of Titusville were statistician Martha Buhl-
Church. Rev. R.D. Bruch per- Monday visitors Rev. and Mrs. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. mann. "They are also getting DOYLE CONNER Mortgage Loans ___ .___a__ 4303233.72 A. J. THOMAS. JR.

formed the candlelight service. Hugh Walters of Trenton Claude Crowson on the 4th. instruction in the subject at Florid Comm. of Agriculture All Other Loans _______._ __...____ 20,338.13 Chairman of tbo Board
Baskets of white and
and pink gladioli school and might give a lot Cash on Hand and in Banks ___ ___ 219593.71 BASCOM F. MTZXLI* JR.
pompoms and branched Mrs L.C. Adams and Mrs. of information to their 8. O. DENMARK ...
par- rvMktent ManagerJOHN
Mrs. Ruby Britt and son of
candelabra with white tapers decorated Co. Investments and Securities ______ 366,628.75
ents. Owner Furniture
Flynn and sons visited Mrs. Denmark
Ocala Mittle Hilllard A. TORODE
and Mrs.
the altar. Fixed Assets' Less Depreciation ___ 106,149.62
Lucy B. Major and Mr. and Mrs.
and children of Pompano Beach Vice President I and rea".
S.G. Denmark
attended Mr. RUBY JOHNS
Skeet Watson in Daytona Beach Deferred Charges and Other Assets 34175.90
weekend of Mrs.
Crawford as best man, and Mrs. were guests Friday. EntrepreneurEUGENE RUBY JOHNS

Sharon matron Odom attended her mother T.D. Dyal. Mrs. B.A. Pope Jr. of Norfolk Mr. and Mrs. R.E. PattersonJr. I MATTHEIi'SOwnerPublleher TOTAL ASSETS ______.._h_ $5,050,169.83 Secretary
as of honor. *
The bride wore a short Mrs. W.J. Dodd Jr. and son, Va. is visiting her sister went to Tuskegee, Ala. Fri- LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH -
of aqua Skinner satin fashionedwith gown( Bobby and grandson Greg Dodd, Mrs. Fred Guy*. at Kingsley Lake day and Saturday to get their Bradford County Telegraph Savings Accounts 4122283.19 E M P Lthan Y E E S
this week. -- -- ------ --
a Mandarin collar appllqued were visiting relatives In Car- son Bobby who spent two weeks other manager)
with seed pearls. The thage and Durant, Miss. last with his grandparents Mr. and BASCOM| F. MIZEIX, JB.Ad'nnces from Federal CHERYL MeRAE
veil of tulle was attached neckline to a week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Otto of St. Mrs. R.E. Patterson Sr. Managing Offlccr-lst Federal Home Loan Bank ___ _._ _.__u_ ___ 650000.00 LORA GUSSON

cluster of roses and seed pearls Petersburg were guests of Mrs. O. A. ROBERTS Loans in Process ___ _u_ ________. 128956.87 BRENDA CARRATTORNE
matching her gown. She carrieda Mrs. Merrill Struth and daughters L.A. Canova from Friday to Wed- Mrs. Janet M. Powell of 715 Buslneeemaa-Farmer Other Liabilities __ __ _____u____ 17,908.55 \
nosegay of pink sweetheart Martha and Nancy, and nesday. Westmoreland St., a candidatefor Central; Reserves $89.312.78 Y

roses Mrs.with Odom pink tulle.( day Marian from Dowling a two weeks returned visit Tues-with Mrs. E.K. Perryman Jr. of Education Bachelor at of the Arts University degree; of In A. J. Attorney THOMAS. JR. Surplus _. __-_-_-_- il,708.44 131021.22 A. J. THOMAS JR.
wore a cream -
Bethlehem Pa. and Mrs. Comer .
white silk gown'with Mrs. Struth's son-in-law and Florida has been selected for .
stank-up collar organza of matching Ven-a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perryman of Jacksonville are initiation Into Phi Kappa Phi, JOHN A. TORODE TOTAL LIABILITIES Maintenance.

ise lace. She carried a nosegayof Case In Dennison Texas. week.visiting Mrs. Perryman Sr. this schoastic honorary society; Owner Torod Oil Co. AND NET WORTH _______u 5050169.83 MXRA LBK WILLIAMS
whose membership is limitedto
pink sweetheart roses and
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. students in the top ten
Dansbyand per
pink tulle, and In bow.her hair was a Mrs. Rodney Hall and sons Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas cent of their classes at the time We Are Now Over

Ronald organza Noegel, the bride's nephew visited Mrs. Marvin Andrewsand were visiting in his Ocala daughter over the Miss weekend lava they receive degrees. Growing $5 Million In Assets

and: Carl Norman Jr. of attended the Dansby family
Thomas and Mrs. Alberta Innls.
Jacksonville cousin of the reunion In Ozark Ala. over the Mrs. Emma Pinner of Atlantawas June 30, 1964 Assets fit

groom, served as ushers. weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lewis of visiting Mr. and Mrs. Her-
Mrs. Denmark greeted guestsat PerrY spent the weekend with bert Thomas Sunday and Monday. JUNE 30, 1965 ASSETS $1.502.382
the door in the church Mrs. Lacy Silcox is a patientIn
manse.or her parents. Mr. and Mrs.AdolPh .
the reception. Miss Beverly St. Vincent's Hospital. Gay. E2 Thomas Rex Talley Is in June 30 1966 Assets $2.127,375
Crawford niece of the groom, the Navy Reserve in Orlando
kept the bride's book. Miss Miane Dawley of Farm- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin after which he will go to Nor- JUNE 30, 1967 ASSETS $2,760,045
The bride's table was covered Ington, N.J. and Miss Linda and and Mrs. folk, Va. July 13 where he will
daughter Barbara
with an Italian appliqued lace Lou McGee Richard Craft and Lola Johnson of Starke and Mr. be aboard the USS Kennedy Air- June 30, 1968 Assets $3,356,472
cloth and centered with a dou- Rex Brown of Atlanta Ga. were and Mrs. Walter E. Johnson of craft Carrier to complete his
ble ring wedding cake. This weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. 15-day reserve training.
Hinesville, Ga. spent the long JUNE 30 1969 -- ASSETS $4,161,880
George W. Brown at Kingsley ,
flanked by silver candelabra with weekend at Lake Geneva.
pink tapers. Mrs. Margie Dowl- Lake. Mrs. J.B. Talley Sr. has returned -

Ing cut the wedding cake and Mrs. W.I I. Graham has returned to her home in Nacog-: JUNE 30 1970 -- ASSETS $5,050,170Now
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams
Mrs. Ronald Noegel presided at from three weeks visit doches Texas after a month's ,
the punchbowl. Assisting In serv- Jr. and daughters of Pensacolaare with her daughter Mrs. John visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jim

ing were Mrs. Vernon Silcox, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Spenglcr and son in Groton, Talley Jr.
liams Sr. in Starke and Frank
Mrs. G.S. Brown and Mrs. Er- Conn. Mrs. Graham her
nest Smith. Williams at Crystal Lake this grandson, Gray Spongier brought home Mr. and Mrs. William Phebus Offering The Following Saving Investments:

The couple is residing onRaif- week. with her for an Indefinite visit and daughter of Mount Carmel,
ord Road. with the Grahams and with his HI. were Tuesday overnight
Mrs. Walla Lipsey is visit- other grandparents Lt. Col and guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Passbook 6 Month 1 Year 2 Year

Duplicate Bridge Ing her sister Mrs. G. C. Hodge Mrs. V.J. Spengler. Montgomery. Savings Certificates Certificates Certificates
In Tallahassee for several weeks.
Winner Named Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Williamsand Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barn- 5 % Sa25% 5,75% %
Darby Peek of Lake City; vis- family of Largo are spendingtwo hard of Miami were visiting her 6
Wren- ited his mother. Mrs. S. L. weeks at the Graham cottageon parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Lou-
Mr. and Mrs.the Geoffrey winning coupleat Peek Sr. on Sunday. Kingsley Lake. They had as don Jr., over the weekend. Per Annum Per Annum Per Annum Per Annum
shall were
the Duplicate Bridge Club weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Quarterly Earnings Quarterly Earnings Quarterly Earnings Quarterly Earnings
Andrea and Scott Buck of Pa- Paul Sulks of Gainesville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Weldon and
Tuesday night where there were latka spent Sunday to Wednesdaywith family of Bushnell are spendingtwo $2.50 I\Iln. $5,000 I\Iln. $7.000 Min. 10.000 Min.

five Mr.tables and in Mrs.play.Clyde B. Ter- their grandmother Mrs. L.W. Strickland of Wild- weeks at the Weldon cottageon Investment Investment Investment Investment

willegar were in second place; H.M. Rlcharde. wood is visiting Mrs. W.H. Hart Crystal Lake.

Mrs. J.E. Wilson and Judson L.L. Conner has returned froma and family for two weeks. Digs F.C. Stevenson of New When Will The Temperature Reach 100 Degrees After July 10th?

Clements were third and Mr. months visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorntonof Orleans, La. is visiting her mo- j'
and Mrs. Curtis Sanders were Charles Schaffer and Mr. and Tampa were weekend guestsof ther, Mrs. Edith Christensen for ENTER OUR SIZZLER CONTEST NOWJn1t4'fIBJ"'I !

fourth. Conner in Atlanta. several weeks. .
The club plays every Tues- Mrs. Loren Mr. and Mrs. W.W. flood :- \ ': 'P t :: _

day night at 7:30: p.m. In the .. A. 1 t1:1' / I J J'v v
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene 1
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ketchie I/ .
Pratt street Recreation Center
and son spent the weekend at and family returned Monday from and family of Valdosta Ga. were f' I
> :
and Is to the I
open public. Daytona Beach. three weeks vacation in Arizonaand weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. jl'11'!' : ; : I Ill

California visiting friends Bob Ferguson
Al/C Billy Dean Thompson is and relatives.Mr. .
J.W. Kincaid and Mrs. '
O.L. Beasley spent Friday to home on 30 day leave after a Col. and Mrs J.A. Griffin spent # flltu

in Tampa with Mr. and year's duty; in Samoa. Follow- and Mrs. W.S. Haas and the weekend at their cottage on I
Tuesday ing his leave he will be stationedat ; Prizes
Mrs. C.C. Iloppe. family returned Sunday from two Lake Kerr. n.Z E
Patrick AFB for two years. weeks sight-seeing trip and visit- !' f,. R : 1ST PRIZE
Ing relatives in Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamil- r .
Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Tillis and Ensign Donnie Thompson of Washington, D.C. ton and sons, Paul and Jim 1 A mini-refrigerator. (Ideal as a second
sons of Tampa and Mrs. W.T. Travis Navy Base San Francisco spent the weekend with Mr. and I4YTFfT refrigerator or one for the family room.)
Tlllis of Plant City were last
; was home on five day leave Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Weldon and Mrs. Mark Hamilton In Tampa. I I
Tuesday and Wednesday visitorsof over the weekend before his tour family of Macclenny were Sunday I frfze x I 2ND PRIZE
and !Mrs. Norman
Mr. of duty; In Guam. visitors of Mrs. Gladys Weldon. Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whlffen u I A taRe recorder with attachments (many

and family have returned from -- .. -- .. ....... uses for this fine item.)
Simmons of Richmond -- '
Mrs. S.M. .
Dr. and :Mrs. A.J. Barry had It I
Mr. and :Mrs. David Montgomery ten days visit with Mr. and Mrs. -- ..-_ "Ioj I
Va. and Mrs. ClaraSwailsof as weekend guests Miss Beverly and family spent Thursdayto Bob Spiegel In Kansas City; Mo., --. -- 3RD PRIZE

Camilla Ga. were of Mrs.Friday Ber-to Patterson of Miami, and Mr. Monday with Mrs. Montgo- and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whiffed Shown above entering our Sizzler Contest is Miss Elaine A SI5.00 Savings Account (the answer to
Thursday guests and Mrs. W.N. Barry Sr., W.N. mery's mother Mrs. H.L. Tol- Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Whlf Lovorn Reigning Strawberry Quern for 1970. .
Also for the week-
tha Barry Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. many things.)
end was Mrs. Ernest Hunter bert and family fen Sr. in Topeka, Kan. They Soon to represent! Bradford County in The Florida
Hobert Barry and daughters of also visited the Southern Col-
of Pompano Beach. Newberry. Mrs. 11.11. Joiner of Winter lege of Optometry In Memphis Crown Beauty Pageant. 4TH PRIZE

- -- this week Tenn where Dr. Whiffen $10.00 Savings Account
I --- Garden is spending gradu- "A"A
with her son-in-law and daughter ated In 1954. ENTRY FORM 5TH PRZE>>
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long of Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Patersonand Enter The First Federal Sizzler Contest A $5.00 Savings AccountI

Orlando were visiting his par- family spent the weekend In
ents, Col. and Mrs. T.T. Long Fort Lauderdale with Dr. and I think the temperature will reach 100 degrees on the An Tit. Def.II11

on Sunday. Mrs. Harold C. .Bowers. First Federal Time and Temperature Sign on: CONTEST RULES

Mr. and Mrs. K.A. Green Jr. r A.M.I.I. Who*I.f Hl.rk.CIKIbl.' ,_,.,:,r....:',",.,,.!'{rim'or IhrirfBMlllOJ FMonl gINN.w. !..JUDGING for IIM_..oho*III.IOM.mor. .
and family of Gainesville and tr. P.M. ... _, ; .lint..HO.IHO. IM tmiim y.ln.:.. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green spent ; AT L WAN l _GIMMJ.,.....Tim ..., 1>010 ,.., Ih* .dI. ,_' ,,,, ....MYP.d... us.... L/d ..
.l.wIIII.I IM Mi..w.llw'.1, ........
the long weekend at their cot- t\"S DAY 1IR. MIN. '.. It,..
MONTH .. ..... .
Marrs S Th. _
tage on KIngsley Lake. ..., a. Knlrv. 4H__..,..M MI r_.r....Mir... .NA.Nk.1w.. pwilMrftMl, IM..1iMMt Ho 1..IM*'. .__MM_.TV g 11 rto W*...IN....0 O1.U.OIlo <..I.1M
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglasof d_ rfeMk IM_.l. IM IM ..... wm.!.
Atlanta are visiting their par- .--- I. Vm MI.V _,.. 'is'".,. It...... !...M ,oo .luori..' Mill Mr WflHu km H r.rY1rA1.
.. ... ...
ents, Mr. and:Mrs Robert Green, ." .N.N..... ro ."A'.) olrt l..>h.1 on) Nile fonoIT .. I. r>ol IM to MitoroJ Ml of wt
In Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. NAME L /." .o -.... .... b. iflr Ml It, 01 -.dlMiwALr1.NMIrw.k: \ -
in Brooker from .r---t. ?...* I ..
f 1 Howard Douglas ,.. .-- -- ...
Wednesday to Sunday. .. KNTKIK4 Ml HT HK MAIIKU' :OH M<* .- L .kA -, 01 _
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: I. for IM* will M IComoVIIM -J.
She' satltnK across f. Y5, "i .M.. .In.*... ....... mi*M! W Iho. nm 'Mml Inton Aid
summer with this season's wllh IM I.! win, __ _01 N1..A
Local admittances to Bradford
winnin crew of nifty' nautical ADDRESS TELEPHONE .. :II..aIyfMl..1:: : ; !eN: II*Ih. -. ofU: t* t. H IM onroi* UMr
County; Hospital this week Include put totcethers ; MI MMUM*.**..rHo4.Milv Urn, 1,7..IM Ay.M.,11: jA'.IMtolortoi
How To Get Your : :Mrs Helen Fowler CUP AND SEND IN NOW! t. ., on* prlM. I.'M'.N.. IL. Jolv II Ihrooth,, t"M* Dnvl
Wondering Truby Rowe Mrs. Helen Ma I. 'l......_. ,o_.'hI. ,...olrl.*.lI..ta Ih., ......M.OHir.l.il_ ._k>A.I.I.A..aV11.IM i -o of Immfm

Off The Ground? Mersereau.: Elbert E.Thornton SERVICE/ SCHEDULE II
Campaign Mrs. Cleo Andrews :Mrs CATHOLIC ChurchesST.
Thermometer Kit
Lizzie Bradley and Richard an attractive, long-l le,

US Jones, Starke; Joan Chastain, EDWARD'S SUrke: useful accessory or g BRING YOUR TROUBLES TO :Melrose Mrs. Ina C. Martin Sunday 8 and
; Mass a.m. for use in.Otl. .. Den and Auto. Put one in every room. Keep tab on
Lawtey; Mrs. David M. Caldwell 9:13: a.m.Thursday .
settle comfortable!
the temperature, arguments, keep
Lake Butler Mrs.
; Mai, 6S: p.m. .',nlM tty AyY.ft
W. PInon, Keystone Heights; Mleaculous Medal Novena: FOR SAVERS ONLY
We will be glad to give you expert advice Barry Dyal Jr., Graham. Saturday, 7 p.m

all Campaign -
on T.
your Mrs. L.D. Green and Mrs. $ WILLIAM'S Keystone;
Foster Shi Smith visited Mrs. Heights
'*" Newspaper Advertising C.D. Williams In the Macclenny Sunday Mass, 9 a.m. To Compliment our SIZZLER CONTEST we are giving
Nursing Home last Friday. \Velnesday Mats Novena VJIFI/XCLE 7 to customers saving $100 or more a set of 6 ther

Campaign Cards!' 7 p.m. FtEIVIOVABLEADMESIVE mometers.
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Bakken and -
*'" Window Cards sons, Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden- ST.IARY'S: Macclenny: BACKING .
brook and sons and Mr. and Sunday Mast, 11:30: a.m. One set to an account: ; Maximum of 2 sets

'*" Bumper Strips Mrs. :Nick; Crosby and family per person: When supply I H gono offer Is automatically .

spent Friday and Saturday at .... .-,_....ft_, withdrawn.
'*" Printing of Any Kind Augustine Beach. THE BRADFORD

IT'S LATER THAN YOU THINK :Mr.grandson and :Mrs., Tommy G.C. Alderman Aldermanand COUNTY Published every TELEGRAPH Thursday Don't Delay It Is Getting Hotter Every Day ._ ,

of Baltimore :bid are guestsof
:Mrs. L.A. Canova, July 4-13, at 1.18 \\'. Call Street

and all will attend the Alderman Starke Florida 32091
Us Your Problems Today
Bring family reunion in Palatka on
Sunday, July 12. Second class postage paidat
Starke. Florida
c. and two sons, Oliver DI and Subscription Rates: 9 AND

David, recently visited the T.S. In trade area: JolOO': per
gtrgrap1 Williams family In Starke. :Major year; 12.73 six months. 4
Aspinwall Is assigned to Atlanta .
Army Depot where he has servedas Outside trade area: S3.SO The ((704)( ) N4-SOOO. :3'5 WIST MATHJOM SHOT }" i
House of Savings
'T""Kl FLOHIO. 32O9I' Adjutant since his return from per year; S3.00 six months STAXXC., UOWOA :32071

Vietnam In September 1968. LWLWW





DirectorIn At Least We Didn't Lose Service W. F. Herlong Set ,-- -J Shine Trial subtraction.MASTER Add SPECIAL Machines, with tfij ;,

month only, $69.95. Ideal fop
AccidentCivil 2 P.M. Thursday home or light office work.. f

Big Deal Starke Gains t William Franklin Herlong 80. Verdict SplitNelson Bradford County Telegraph tf ,

Defense Director Frank died Tuesday afternoon In Brad-

Williams Friday July was 3,slightly when his Injured car 3 Persons In Ten YearsHold ford Illness.County lie; was Hospital a native after of a Fort long found not guilty Charles; and GriffIs John Per-was of

went out of control and wrecked White and a retired member of kins guilty, of possession
on SR-18, according to the the Jacksonville Police Force. r moonshine whiskey In a Circuit v

Florida Highway Patrol station on to your hats! 623 to 635); Hampton showed a He had lived in Starke since his I 'yJ Court trial Tuesday.The and .'
here. Keep the old blood pres- gain of 39 (from 340 to 379)); retirement 17 years ago, and charge was
Williams of than a gal- a
in his 1969 Oldsmobile sure down! while Brooker claimed the lar- was a member of the First possession more .
was attempting; to stop We can't believe It either but gest Increase, 56 (from 292 to Methodist Church. lon of moonshine, a felony, for
at a stop sign at the intersection both men. The jury found Per-
on the basis of preliminary fig- 348). Surviving are his widow Mrs.
of SR-18 and SR-100 near Crystal ures released to The Telegraphthis Bradford County's; total which W.F. Herlong, of Starke one kins guilty; of the of lesser less than chargeof a
Lake. week by Joseph L. Kadlson, had previously been announced daughter Mrs. W.H.Stelnmeyer, possession
According to the FlIP he lost Tallahassee, District Managerof showed a substantial gain from and two sons, F.V. Herlong, and gallon, a misdemeanor, and he
control of the car, crossed the 1970 Federal Census, 12,446 In 1960 to 14,444 In 1970 Mark N. Herlong, all of Jack- was 'sentenced to $300 or 90 ,;
SR-100, left the pavement, and Starke showed a population Increase Indicating a trend toward the sonville; five sisters, Mrs.Mary days in county; Jail. +,
struck a culvert and railroad of three (count'em--3) construction of new homes, or Hep. Gene Shaw Edwards Jacksonville; Mrs. REV. JOHN FLYNN As unfolded In the courtroom, -
the Involved Griffls' selling
tracks crossing SR-100. during the ten-year period,1960- the establishment of mobile Myra Foy, Easley, S.C.; Mrs. case :
BE INSTITUTEDAT five of moonshine to BILL
The car traveled 38 feet from jugs
1970. The disappointing increasewas homes in areas outside corporate Carrie Herlong, Saluda S.C.;
the pavement to the point of from Shaw AsksReelection ST. MARK'S who was then picked up
4,806 to 4,809."I city; limits. Mrs. Lucille
Dunn sideHe
rest. It left 81 feet of skidmarks. don't believe It. I knew that About half of the county's; 2,000 and Mrs. Pearl Smith Hawthorne Palatka.; leaving the scene by state,claimedhe bev- on your

Williams, who sustained a mail-back census wouldn't be gain, however, is accounted for Also surviving are four grand- On Sunday, July 12, at 11 a.m. erage agents. Perkins can handle all your ,
broken nose, was charged with accurate irate expansion of the East Unit In St. Mark's Episcopal Church was sent to make the pick ;
quote an Mayor by children, and four great-grand- insurance life, health;:.
failure to have his vehicle under Carl Hurst when informed of State the up by a man he couldn't name.
of the the Florida Prison on the children. Right Reverend Hamilton home, car. One man, one .,
"There that there
control. preliminary census report. "ButI east side of New River in Brad- Funeral services will be held West, Bishop of the Episcopal was no proof plan. Insurance is much:',
of whis-
don't know what we can do ford County.; Prison inmates! are at 2 p.m. Thursday In the Diocese of Florida will Institute was more than a"gallon simpler that
Can't Now way.
Stop To HouseState key anywhere, said Slgsbee
about it. credited to the county; to which Church of Christ Jacksonville. the Reverend John M. Flynnas
The American Cancer Society On the basis of the preliminary they are confined, rather than Interment will be In Evergreen rector of St. Mark's. Scruggs, defense attorney for
needs your help to continue figures, Starke showed the small- their legal residence. Allowingfor Representative Gene Cemetery with Estes-Krauss The Reverend and Mrs. Flynn Griffin, in summing up. Bill Powell,
support. of cancer research in est increase of any town in the this, however,Bradford would Shaw qualified Tuesday in Talla- Funeral Home in charge.Garbage and their son, John, Jr., came "The two" jugs they found In ,-
125 universities, hospitals and county.; Lawtey picked up 12 residents still show a net gain of around hassee for re-election to the to Starke from Graceville, Flo- the woods he said, "they nev- Phone 964-Mti4
institutes. Too much is at staketo during the decade (from 1,000 free residents In the past House of Representatives from rida, where Mr. Flynn was priest er saw him lay hands ?on", so Starke Plaza
stop now. ten years, if preliminary census District 16, comprising Baker In charge of St.Michael's Churchand where is the 'possession
Prosecuting the
case was
figures are accurate. of St. Matthew's Church. '
Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Nas-
Some observers have expressed sau and Union counties (Continued from Page One) Chlpley. The Flynns also havea Futch assistant state's attorney. I NATIONWIDE9INSURANCE
qualms concerning the First elected to the House In daughter, Annetta, who gradu- Scruggs and R.A. Green were L
FLORIDA THEATREShowtimeWeekdays accuracy of the new mail-out, November, 1966, Shaw Introducedand up recently, Bryan said, andfour ated from the University; of Flo- lawyers for Griffls, and Bill !
mall-back method of census tak- guided to passage the most signs placed there. But the site rida In June, 1969 and who Is Alrth, of the public defender's Th.man from Nationwide le on your Mo
ing which was tried in this area romnrehensive and far-reaching continued to be used and the now living In Atlanta, Georgia. office, for Perkins. Nationwide Lift Iniuranc CompanyNationwide
7:00 3:00 1:00
Sunday Saturday : of Florida signs were shot full of holes. The six on the jury were H.L. Mutual Insurance
on an experimentalbasis. comsumer protection law ever John plans to enter Santa Fe Companyttabonwlde
Many persons receivinga passed by the legislature. He Bryan suggested again Monday Junior College this year. Morgan, Jr., Clarence L. Cooper Mutual: frs Insurancecompany
FRIDAYSATURDAYJULY complicated-looking form are also authored and guided to pas- that a fifth county; deputy; sher- Mr. Flynn was born In Brook- Julius Royal Jr., Lacy M. Horn Officer Columbus, Ohio
reluctant to take the time and sage the first law ever to deal iff should be employed to patrol lawn, New Jersey, served In Clarence E. DeSue
trouble to fill it out but a fol with the fraudulent home repair the land fills. But no action was the U.S. Navy as a pilot in Claude R. Bradford.
10-11 low-up crew was designated to racket In Florida. taken on that. World War H, with the rank of '"
check on all households failing Shaw, an acknowledged leaderin It was agreed once again that Lt. j.g.), and came to live in .
TRIPLE FEATURE to return their forms. the small-county; bloc has something will have to be done Jacksonville at the close of the
City; Clerk Merrill Edwards been cited for his efforts In retaining about the county's; growing sanitation war. He married Elizabeth Anne- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
CUNT thinks it is possible the new the race track funds for problem. tta Hess, a native of Jacksonville -
'fiJ census Is not far wrong, as the small counties, and an equitable Sanitarian Trawick's proposalis In 1946.
STWOOD.fJ number of electric services bil- distribution of gas tax funds. so far the only solution offered In Jacksonville, Mr. Flynn "
led by the city has shown to the board. He made the served STARKE
; nc In the 1970 session Shaw intro- on the staff of the Boy ,
GOOD. M&f :, great Increase In the past decade. duced and guided to passage the trip to Clayton, Chilton County.; Service Council for 15 years, PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE 'I'1
"THE jj ?; The total number of services today first bill in recent times raising Alabama in late May to Inspect the last 8 years as Executive
THE BAD 3k .4 '::< 1,311 is actually less than public assistance for the old- such a system In operation. He Director. This organization operated -
,rsii1 the 1,416 services booked In 1967 aged, blind and disabled. He is says such a system would be ideal the Boys' Clubs and Big
THEUGLY" ia'TLC"NICO Edwards said. In 1963, the utilities also credited with leading the for Bradford County.; Brother movement in Duval HEIGHTS
department reported 1,218 fight against the repeal of sov- The Alabama community; of 23- County.;
services Figuring an averageof reign immunity; in Florida, thus 000 places the king-size garbagecans In 1963 the Flynns moved to PHONE 473-3176:
IDA 3.5 persons per service would saving Florida counties millions at convenient locations Sewanee Tennessee, where Mr.
give a total of 4,588. Adding an of tax dollars.RepresentaUve throughout the county.; A special Flynn entered St. Luke's Schoolof Id\
estimated 100 services for Shaw, an truck picks up the garbage or Theology of the University;
Florida Power & Light within original organizer and leaderIn trash and hauls It to a large of the South.
FiHfULF TECHNlcD'LO"I the city; would account for ano- the powerful Conservative central sanitary land fill. The
ther 350 residents for a total Florida Democrats, a House truck picks up the receptacles

; DOLLARS6UMIEJUIWDQD ftiMtvl UNITED thf of 4.938--not far from the cen- coalition of democrats, said"The automatically and pressurizesthe GLASSFOR
ARTISTS sus-reported 4,809. most Important issue facing the refuse for hauling.
Another indication that the city; 1971 session of the Legislaturewill The sanitarian has told the
might not have Bradford board that what has
realized its expected be legislative apportionment. ADHERE OR ANY
growth from 1960 to 1970 Efforts are already being madeto been satisfactory here will no TO CARS STEELSURFACE
is the fact that Starke had 2,219 reduce the size of the House, longer meet requirements of the
registered voters in 1960. An the result of which would further Federal and State governments. FOR EVERY PURPOSE & TRUCKS
up to date check has not been dilute small-county; representation Really sanitary land fills Instead -
made in recent months, but Edwards in the Legislature." of dumps, will be requiredin SHEA'SGLASS : .
estimated yesterday the "Having served in the 1967 the near future, he says. CONVENIENT :;ONO ICAL
"WIR A fiW total now would be some 2,200 reapportionment session, and The county; mosquito control J
"in round figures." with legislative unit under Trawttk, now oper- CO.
my experience
M UftRSKCHHICOKIH Mt'iM: I sincerely feel I can best represent -, It ates also six county-owned; land fills. 172-4315 372-4351 BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPHwwww
the Interest of the people attempts to make periodic 111) N.W. 4th Place
N -? UKiffo'i'iiisfs TurnerFound In this district in the 1971 clean ups at the volunteer G.h."m.
tt [ session," he said. dumping sites.

In the 1969 session Shaw was _._-.----_._, ..eaa .....
SUN., MON., TUBS. JULY 12, 13 14 Not GuiltyOf one of the four House members --
nominated as being outstanding
in debate.
Dazzling! Married to the former Betty \
Avividexperiences RobberyFred Lou Wainwright and the fatherof

thrilling! Acliffhanger M a RO 0 N E D is a a Baptist two-year-old, 32nd degree daughter Mason,Shaw, oric//a d5ankSTATEMENT t / ,

Carlton Turner was found Shriner, Rotarian and memberof ::
PAnft"'O"" EOA'ancolo not guilty; on a charge of grand the Florida Bar, Chamber of 'b :
in space! from Columbia Pictures 'G'' l larceny Monday [In Circuit Court Commerce, and American Bar : FLORITb 4 : a
-L,A,Times Judge John J. Crews presiding. Association.In ,
Turner's alibi of being In Jacksonville :
-.- at the time of the bur- seeking re-election, Shaw
glary of six radios from Gay's said: "To have served the people -
Appliances, operated by Eugene of these six counties has
301 DRIVEINShow Tanner, was established by three been the greatest honor of my OF CONDITION JUNE 30, 1970
witnesses at the trial. life. Throughout my legislative
Alonzo V, Harper,also chargedin career I have always been mind-
Begins At Sundown the same burglary, pleaded ful of the great trust placed in ResourcesLoans
guilty; October 16, 1968. He has me by the people, and I have
already completed the !months' always attempted to conduct myself and Discounts
TIIUKS., Fill., HAT. JULY 9, 10, 11 sentence. and this office in such a $2,374,204.39
Jury for Monday's trial manner as to warrant this trust Banking
was House Furniture & Fixtures
This Is A Real Three-Wheeler! Robert M. McRae, Denver R. "Although the challarures have : 272,493.40

Deverick, Henry Bobby Austin, been many, and will be even Other Real Estate
greater in the future I Owned
RED HOT MAMAS George W. Graudon, Wilbur still 1.00
maintain a desire to
Marklee Moody, and Mary serve the
FROM HELL H"f'" t Francis Eunice. people of this district, and, if Prepaid Expenses

..,",.."".,... {.., = VIOLENCE re-elected will devote my entire 3,017.62
... .. ..,,,..
energies to actively and Accrued Interest
IS THEIR tl 7' POSTED SIGNS: Treated to fairly representing all the people &: Income Receivable $ 58,963.58U.
withstand weather 200 each, ."
CREED! j $2.23 doz. Special price on larger S. Government Securities 2,334,664.90
quantities Bradford County
Telegraph. tl Funds Sought Florida County & Municipal Bonds 1,370,258.89

( iiPQIi For New LibraryAsking Other State & Municipal Bonds 918,000.00

on &: Due From Banks 501,626.46
the city and county each 5183513.83
to aside $10,000 for each of the
UPL5--i iuwelaatmtiMd.m' l F ( of the next three or four years TOTAL
Resources .
is the only way Bradford will $7,833,230.24
ever get a new library, Mrs. I
Russell Norman told the County I
I in e 0 A Commission Monday. : Liabilities
Aak The Library Board member .
PLUS- made that request :Monday of ,

CharleyE. the County Commission. Mrs. Capital Stock
Marty Robins Norman said the City of Starke : 300,000.00

y INHELL will be approached with an Identical Surplus]
requestt.Not ,
ONWHEELS having begun preparation Undivided
Johns yet, Zedra Hamilton said the Profits 27,403.46
commission would consider the :
I"a/wNlltNIII Wr, ,na...".-Yet-IranItuMIaNl Mlla'9u. About This Question: request but could make no decision Reserve for Contingencies 181,179.86
now. Most favorable com- 1,183,583.32 "'
"New package policies are ment came from CommissionerBuck Reserves for Losses on Loans
appearing for offices re- Norman, who went so far : 17,442.96

SUN., MON., TUBS., WED. JULY 12 13, 14, 15 tailers and wholesalers. found as to he say will that be if willing funds could to com-be I Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. .
They combine theft 31,295.69
ply with I
Double Feature Program liability, and a great number "I think that's the only way Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned

of optional coverages we're going togeta new library," 124,680.75
AVCO/ V*' .j SWEDEN Where The f-urts with broad fire :Mrs. Norman stated. "With Deposits
EMBASSY?' 'of Life Are Stronger Thor c ,'nonPLUS a 10 per cent coverageat to 20 percent matching funds In three or four 6476227.52
PICTURES we could have
years a new
premium savin Does. "
Jk1 d1v HEAVEN the Charley E. Johns? Agency -. library.The library building fund is TOTAL Liabilities and Capital] . $7,833,230.24FLORIDA )

AND invite business! !' building slowly now, she said.
>. !no'.o.nttt s :\" _.IN COLOR HELL firms to consult about "We made such an effort to
these purchase the site," Mrs. Nor-
new package policies

man stated. The library build-
? ing committee raised $8,000 and
purchased the Parks propertyat I

Charley E. Starke.Walnut and Jefferson Streetsin :I

JOHNS AGENCY asked Commissioner Bradford's the county state clerk Ralph legislatorsto to Bryan writeto : BANK 1 AT I STARKEOne 1

131 So. Walnut St. [if the local
see library is
4 of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Member Federal
Phone 964-5070 eligible for state aid, which he DeposUInsuranceCorpCD .
said could amount to around ..
PAGE TELEGRAPH JULY 9, 1970 $4,000 per year.

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And Activities From'THE Rebels, Cunningham Share LeadIn Andrews Drugs Shares Small Fry Lead With Slumping KFGIn

Men's Slow Pitch SoftballThe Small Fry Softball action Community Bank rapped' out after five innings. 8.
RECREATION last week, Andrews Drugs won 19 base hits enroute to Its second Barry Thomas led the winners Andrews Drugs made Its record
CENTER both of its scheduled games while win of the season, a 20-8 with five hits-In five at bats, 3-2 with an 11-8 win over First
I Starke Recreation Men's a game total of 46 base at the same time Kentucky Fried trouncing of Kentucky Fried while Jeffrey Norman was 4-for- Federal.
11I Softball League has shaped up In the top of the first the city; Chicken failed to win either of Chicken. 6 and Kim Minton was 3-for- The Savings & Loan sponsored( !
r tnra.; -. to be very interesting and the team scored six tunes but the Its games and as a result these KFC, before the game Started 3. The losers had only 11 hits -earn led the game until the final .
1 teams are providing the large Plaza In the bottom of the two teams hold Identical recordsof was undefeated In four games, led by John Valinstd, Stu Ray- inning, then Andrews scored five
crowds on hand with some fine Ing scored 10 tunes to lead 10-6. four and two. but this was not their day! The burn, and DeWayne Cummings, runs to win the game 118.Slade's .
with 4 to
ball games Utilities came back Results Wednesday. July 1. Bank team led 13-2 after three each 2 for 3.Andrews'Drugs.
As the league standings now Indicate tie 1C Plaza then led 12-10, Utilities Community Bank 20; KFC 8. innings, 14-6 after four and 16-8 11; F. Federal
the second half championship tied It again--after four - -- - .f
- - - ,-., - -
may be won by most any Innings Plaza ledlS-l3--aftersU -
team. The Rebels & Cunningham Innings Utilities led 19-17 and the t
Gulf are presently) co-leaders of final of 22-17.
the league but they have not Wesley Sheffield and Bob Pace i
had an easy time of it as threeof led the winners hitting with four
-. the Rebels four wins have hits In five at bats. John Dempsey -
been by one run, and the other and Kenny Chitty were 3-
win was 7-4. Their one loss wasa for-4. For the losers,Steve Varnum -
Start of Rec. Department's bicycle hike and picnic. lop-sided 11-2. Cunningham was 4-forS, and Raymond
Thomas 3for3.CUNNINGHAM .
had some more convincing wins
Another Week may be obtained at the PrattSt. but did have some close calls
Oil Fun Enjoyed Recreation Center. and won one by a forfeit.
By 31 Tiny TotsA All you Bradford County young GULF 7
; wet playground prevented ladies can have a lot of fun RESULTS MONDAY, JUNE 29 INDEPENDENTS
much outside play, but there was while helping a very worthwhileand MADISON ST. BAPTIST 11 The Independents forfeited to
lots of excitement Inside the necessary organization and LAWTEY Cunningham as they were unable
otter, one of you will win a $25 savIngs Lawtey scored three times In to field a team,, of nine eligi-
kittle Harold Gill visited with bond- the first inning and seemed to ble players.
Andy Chaff for the' week and The contest will be open until be well on their way to a vic- Results Tuesday, June 30. We Only Have One of Some of the Appliances
wasn't sure if he warned to leave. Friday, July 24you still tory, but by the time the fourth Rebels 7, Profs 6
The children enjoyed a brief have plenty of time but register Inning ended Madison St. had The Rec Rebels were outhlt
visit to the Starke Fire Dept. NOW-- so you can get those taken a 7-6 lead. by the Profs 15-9 but somehow Models 'Come s'e
where they were allowed to view Boxes out and get them filled The league's second place team managed to outscore their op Listed. None are 'Strip' or -o
the engines. with pennies. then outscored Lawtey 4-3 in the ponents 7-6.
:This Friday the Tiny Tots a- final three Innings for the 11-9 The losers had more errors
long with their leaders plan to win. Madison St. had 12 hits led than did the winnersThe Reb- They All Are Fully Guaranteed -- No Gimmicks
visit the Jacksonville Zoo. This First Girl'sSoftball by James Fender's 3-for-4, and els utilized good defense, good
la always a favorite of the chi 1- Gary Hamilton's 2-tor-3Lawtey base-running and took advantageof
den :who will be accompanied Go had 14 hits and was paced by several key mistakes to gain
by some of the parents. Roger Akers 2-for-2 and John- the one run win.
(The week for the afternoon ny Brown's 2-for-3. The Profs left !11 men on base, WE SERVICE WHAT WE/ SELL
group was exciting and full of Starts FridayStarke's the Rebels six. Ron Griggs and
activity.; Monday and Wednesdaywere STARKE UTILITIES 22 Gene Melvin led the Rebels with
Trampoline Bays! which al- First Annual Women's PLAZA LODGE 17 2-for-4. Mark Milner was 3-for-
wtys bring lots of fun and ex- Invitational Slowpitch Softball This game was quite a slugfest 4, while Blake Chuk and Greg
erfae. Shuffleboard seems to Tournament will be held at with the winning Utilities Alvarez were 2for2.Independents .
bar a favorite of many especially Starke's Westside Park Friday, team collecting 25 base hits and 15; Starke Utilities Bl b .
"Andy & Randy Crews who Saturday, and Sunday, July 10-12. the losers rapping out hits for 3. GENERAL ELECTRIC WASHERS
won Tuesday's tournament. The tournament draw will Include In the Utilities team previous
Thursday was an exciting day the following six teams: against the Cross City Swingers. ly they had 25 base hits--In this
for the 10, 11, & 12 year olds. Colonial Florist & Norman's The tournament will pick up game they had 6,their opponents, Reg. Price Sale Price
They and their leaders enjoyeda Farm of Starke, the Macclenny again Saturday afternoon at 3 the Independents, 20--conse--
bicycle hike to the Haas farm Deadbeats, Gainesville Tire, p.m. when Macclenny will meet quently the Independents took a Filter-Flo Heavy Duty Motor 3 Cycle
001 Brownlee Road. It was very Daniels Lumber Co. of Lake the winner of Norman's--Lake 15-3 devision with little diffi ,
hot to begin with but cooled City, and the Cross City[; Swlngirs. City game. Gainesville Tire will culty. Permanent Press $219. $199
off' as the rain came during the play the winner of the Colonial The winners scored In all but

lath l mile. Debra Prevatt was The tournament, a double Florist--Cross City; game, at one Inning. Independents were Multi-Speed 16 Ib. Mini-Basket $239 $219
completely exhausted and Cindy elimination event, is expected to 4:30: p.m. led by Lloyd Gilptn's 4-for-4. ,
Cissy met with a little mishap, Starke Scotty Rhoden was 3-for-5. Kenny -
from begin
draw good crowds The 6:00, 7:30: games will -
bu{ other than that the whole and the surronding area, the losers bracket games. At Chltty was 2-for-3 for the Multi-Speed, Soak-Cycle, the Works $269 $239
trip was quite a success.. especially since softball fans will 9 pm the winners of the 3:00: losers.
'A field day Is planned for have the opportunity to see the and 4:30 games will play.the Cunningham Gulf 6; MadisonSt.
Thursday so everybody is invited number two and number four 10:30: game will be a losers HaPt. .
,-t to come out and enjoy teams In the nation. The Satellite bracket game matching the sur- Cunningham Gulf scored four
the fun. ] Comets will bring with them vivors of the 6:00: & 7:30: games. times In the first inning and
#o seven players who have the Finals of the tourney will be once In the third to lead 5-0 G. E. REFRIGERATORS
wREST distinction[ of having been namedto held Sunday afternoon with the !before Madison St. was on the, ,.
INCREASESFOR the 1969 All World Tourna- first game scheduled for 1 pm. board.
'3H MISS BCVFD ment Including the most valuable The 2:30 game will pit Carters But from the fourth Inning on n
Entries in the 1970 Jr Miss player. The Comets over the Rebels In an exhibition game. the Gulf team had to scrambleto :. # Reg. Price Sale Price
B.C.V.F.D. are picking up at July 4th week-end won the Satel- One problem with this game In take a one run game 6-5. '
this time and we invite all girls lite Invitational by whipping the that at this writing The Rec Madison St. scored once In the 12' Single Door $219 $188
who are residents of World Champions Miami Dots. Dept. has not secured an opponent fourth and fifth and three timesin aa rral'1 ;
Bradford County to register for Carter's Rebels of Jacksorwille for the Rebels, but with the sixth to tie the game at __ ____' 14' Double-Door Ref.-Freezer $289 $233
this event. finished[ fourth in the World and! little luck will find one. The 4 five all. Cunningham took advantage ?' $299
Registration blanks and boxes have two all-world players p.m. game will pit the winner of of throwing errors in the 15' Frost Free, 2-Door, Colors $329
Role of tournament favorite the winners bracket, the only sixth inning to score what turned t' $379 $319
will be placed on Starke's Col- undefeated team remaining, against out to be the winning run. i+ : ,,., 18' Frost Free, 2 -

Field House Open onial Florist with the strongest the winner of the losers Cunningham outhlt the losers : '' '" r 21' Side by Side DeLuxe $619 $549
For Weight Lifting contention expected to come from bracket. An additional game will 12-11 and were led by Robbie K ,
Gainesville and Normans Farm. be necessary only if the undefeated Smith's 2-for-2 and Billy San- ti t Ice-Maker for Frost Free Models S 69 $ 35
Normans Farm will open the team Is beat in the ford's 2-for-3. Charles Howell .r i
BHS athletes are reminded by tourneys late of games, Friday. 4:00: game. was 3-for-4 for the losers and i .
Coach,bovid parse( that the field July 10, at 7:30 pm with[ their "We think we have an exciting Doug Brown and Cliff Giifds ;
house Is open each weekday from opponent being Lake Clty.; This week-end arranged for you sports were each 2-for-3. FREEZERS
8 a.m. to 9 p.m. for weight game will be followed by an enthusiasts turn your TV Results Thursday, July 2.
training. exhibition game featuring the sets off and head out to Westside Profs 17; Lastey 5. : + t Re*. Price Sale Price
,, : :
Football players, varsity and Comets of Satellite[ Beach against Park" Rec Dlr. Gene Ray- The Profs had little trouble u
Junior vanity; are reminded that Jacksonville's Sham- burn says. Tournament passes whipping Lawtey 17-5 in five 520 Ib. Upright $253 $227
they are expected to train on rock's. Third game of the even- may be obtained for a donation Innings, outhitting the losers 14-
weights especially each Tuesdayand ing, scheduled for 10:30: pm, will of $1.00 for the entire tourna- 7.The 17' Upright $299 $244
Thursday at 6:30: p.m. send Starke's Colonial Florist ment. Profs sent nine batters to
the plate In the first Inning,

eNNNeN--.teN--ti--te--------Jt --tititi----ti----tit ----ti-trti--ti-V....0..rte f'.....tetrtata.. scored five of them, than added
three In the second which was
enough to win the game but the
winners added nine more in the --- .-
next three Innings. Donnie Bag- 1,
J well's 3-for-3 topped all hitters. ""=?' _

: Wouldn't you tey.Tom Tatum was2-for-2orLaw- o b MAGIC GHEE RANGES

Madison St, Bapt. 9; Starke _
Utilities 3.Madison. .... Re r. Price Sale Price
rather switch? St. Bapt. won !its third r
game of the second half by down- 30" or 36", Porcelain, Automatic $169 $144
Ing Starke Utilities 9-3.
Once again the city team suf- 30" or 36" Clock, Timer, Window .. $219 $188
fered from a lack of base hits. .-.
They did manage to end up with 30" Continuous Clean plus above $299 $244
eight hits but through the first 1 -
four innings were hltless. They ?
got a single In the fifth and 30" DeLuxe, Double Oven $369 $299
i seven hits In the sixth and sev-
enth innings, scoring all threeof
their runs in the sixth.

Madison St. had only nine base Portable
hits with three coming >In the Appliances Miscellaneous
first inning and four in the third.

P The winners scored three times Rea. Price Sale Price
y7lz In the first and third innings,
d i two times !In the fourth and once T.E Dry Iron __ _. 11.98 7.97
: in the sixth. DeLii'xe Iron Spray. Steam Dry 2i.9R 1R.02 Res; Price Sale Price
r: Charles Howell was 2-for-2 to
b i,3 : 4 lead the winners. Bill Rouse Toaster -- -- 14.98 9.97 Gas!' Charcoal Grill ----- -- 109.50 89.00
d and Richard Kerchalne led the P or t nile Mixer __ __ _.. 12.08 7.50
1 losers, both 2-for-3. Electric Can Opener ._ u_ 12.M! > 8.61 Hot Plate, 2 Burner _-________15.95 12.51*

f Rebels 7; Plaza 4. Coffee Maker ._. .. 11.98 q.q7 229.00 11S.00
Kirhy 1 Vacuum Cleaner
The Rebels and Plaza Lodge Toaster-Oven!' __ __ ______ _.. 38.98: 25.91: -

tle locked with up the In Rebles a real edging good Pla-bat- Mixer Stand and Howl! __ :31.08 22.13: ALL HEATERS __ __ ____ 20 ? OFF

za 7-4. Blender DeLuxe GE Portable Oi hwasher 219.00 175.00
s.j Plaza had taken a 2-0 lead (even crushes! ice) __ 20.98 1921: --
after the first Inning, the Re- Electric Hair fetter ._ 12.9R 8.61
bels tied it 2-2, but in the bot-
tom of the second Plaza took
back the lead 3-2. The Rebels
t four times in the third
( ,
Inning and lead-6-3 until the sixth Air Conditioners !
when Plaza scored once to cut ;>_ --i
t tW the lead to 6-4. .. / '!
Carrier Rejf. Price Sale Price
The Rebels added a run In the

L p, ,, 1-2-3 seventh for and the then 7-4 set victory Plaza which down .\\'\1yy...._.,-,_ :; 'IIV' 5,000 BTU $119 S 99
.A/ ----
1 a ,', .... > enabled them to keep pace with Q 6,000 BTU $179 $148
Cunningham for the league lead. d L- _
The Rebels outhlt Plaza 12-8 ,- 12,000 BTU $239 $199

Jisli.iher Jo those piles and were led at the plate by BTU 289 259
Let a carehee ckxtru 1 Dean Johns' 3-for-4. !I m iii 'JIIIIIII" 15,000 -

ot Jirty dishes tor sou While it washes ,and dries ynir dishes, STANDINGSCunningham & 18,000 BTU $329 299
\ Rebels 4-1 Madison St, Bapt
much chi( ;
tor (la. a- minutes
time ou
i will dish out more >
it $349
3-2; Profs 3-3; Lawtey & Pla- 24.00013TU $399
a JaI I I. Keeps{ \our h.inJs. out ot hot crater tix>. za 2-3; Utilities 2-4; indepen-
And Kxaiisc: it thorouyhU' ilniri:"- e\'erv thmu. dents 1-4.

t coot f.lInilwill cnjo\\ gutter protection from }jiermTo : -, SCHEDULEThursday, -July 98:00: Profsvs "-

1 sae u'Irk and 1 time: (and. vour hand-'!I follow these Madison. St., 9.15: Rebels vs

I :simple instructions: 11 Q>ntactoiir appliance dealer. Independents.Friday, July 10- Played Wed, SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES

2))Ask him about electric eiishwa.hcr. He;11 showon \\hv. July 8 because of Womens*Tourn. ,
Monday July 138:00 Independents -
rlann.lc electric..:
for i i
there's just no : vs Profs. ; 9:15: Lawtey vs
fc? Rebels. :332 W. Madison Phone 964-7701
:' FPL= Tuesday, July 14-8:00Cunning: l
ham vs Utilities; 9:15: Mad. St, Vs S sfllk
vs Plaza. ,
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li 1 ---- H A M P TON -.-.- 1

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Bdiuutujriaii, ui uie imiui, grr+ue.
PERSONALS born Saturday, June 27, at the flrmatlve tor "Should Congress "Monday February 16, 1942 -
I't!,, t ti Bradford County Hospital In Bill?" ,
Mr. and Mrs. James McClel- Pass the Conscription was registration[ day for the men
lan and family, and Mr. and Starke. Mr. and Mrs.Roy Roarke From the MONOCLE, Christmas from 20 to 45 years of age.
Mrs. Calvin McClellan of Ruth r- of Hampton are paternal grand- 1940: At the [Hampton school 39 men
fordton N.C. and Mr. and Mrs. parents. In a letter to Santa, Gladys were registered and at heressa -
i Eugene McClellan; and family of Mr. and Mrs. William Carter May Hicks, seven years old, seven. The Hampton teach- THE OPENING OFRoger's
and daughter Lisa are vacation "Please do not for- the "
been visiting concludes, ers were registrars.
N.C. have

Splndale.their father Mr and Mrs. ing this week at Gator Bone Lake. get any little children this year." New pupils this year are Her-

i, Joe McClellan, and brothers' families Mr. and Mrs. Wildon Stinson "Prices have gone upon lunches man and Raymon Mathis, Faye
y f Mr. and Mrs. Dewey and daughters were on vacation because grocery prices are and Frieda Burton, Audrey and House Of UpholsteryWE
V last week, visiting relatives In The for children's
', / McClellan and Henry McClellan. increasing. price Dorothy Barnhill, Earl and Nell
St, Petersburg and Orlando. Ills is cents."
Also spending a month here with lunches seven Myer, and Doris Payne.
her father and brothers and their brother and family of St Peters- "The school has two new fire Airplane spotters of Hampton DO ALL TYPES OF
burg spent the previous weekend and since they consist
families Mrs.Ted Huffsttck- extinguishers of Edward Saxon, Thomas
1a W i V+ was here with them. were purchased by the community Wadsworth and Leroy Kalch, j UPHOLSTERY AND REPAIRSFREE I
t,' ri ]les and children of Rutherfordton -
? aa y. I' N.C. Mr. Huffstickles came Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon you may borrow them if your under the direction of Mr. C.L.
and children were overnight visitors catches tire.L.R..
house May.
and vis-
down to get his family,
In Eau Gallic with Mr. ESTIMATES!
Kalch. "Elmer and His Tune" are
__ ited for a week here. They
spent Sunday last week at the and Mrs. A.G. Pope over the Every Monday, a movie was still being sung around the campus -
beach. Fourth of July. shown !In the school auditorium, think the Chattanooga Choo .
I "MRS. LIEUTENANT" Mrs. V.J. Slade was able to admission 11 cents. Funds went Choo is on the way back to Chattanooga Pickup and Delivery Anywhere within
come home from Alachua Gen- SCHOOL NEWS to Improving the school: students and The Blue Birds of 25mi. Radius

Mrs. Richard L Hobbs the her of the Officers Wives Club, eral Hospital last Thursday, Old THIRTY YEARS AGO painting the walls, buying lock- Dover is taking his[ place. Of I
former Tonda Dixon of Starke International Group, and she and where she has been tor several school notes, from Mrs. ers and library books. course we can't leave out"Blues
Is pictured (left) receiving a her husband have served as hosts weeks with a fractured leg. Mrs. Flay School Sullivan's files of Hampton / More excerpts from the MON- in the Night" for you know ourmama's j PHONE 964-8350
gift upon being' selected as"Mrs. for two International parties.She Bill Hall of Gainesville and Mrs. papers: OCLE: done told us. To end
March 13 1942 "What would
Lieutenant" at Fort Knox Lois Hughes of Ocala spent Fri : up these series of songs Rose
also serves as hospitality CLE 416 EAST CALL ST.STARKEFLORJDA .
fall 1940: Mrs. Wiggins, If Miss Dudley and Mr.
happen O'Day Is playing quite a part
where her husband, Lt. Hobbs, and OWC representative for day here with their sister "
Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. Pickren strlck?
Morrow weren't so with her Irish[ words So so
Is stationed. Presenting gift the Director of Administration Mr. and Mrs. Dennis (Buddy)
were judges for the ninth Marlon Claire Johns valedictorian
grade was long till Apple Blossom Time. ..
'Is Mrs. Palmer A. Peterson, wives Roark are the parents of a son
group -
debating club, and decided af- and Barbara Home, Signed Marie Elena." .;.. --
president of the Officers Wives Mrs. Hobbs serves as a volun-
Club at a recent luncheon. teer with the Red Cross,and mans os -
Mrs; Hobbs was selected for the reception desk at Army Com
the honor from among nominees munlty Services tour hours each

submitted by each unit at Fort week. In additional to these act- '. t 7v' -WE DARE YOU TO *
Knox. She was nominated by the tivlties, she teaches Sunday e e
Director of Administration, U.S. School for fourth grade studentsat 'J *
Army Armor School, where Lt, Van Vorhees School on the ; ,GAGE
Hobbs serves In the Allied Liaison 1 She COMPARE *

Divisions. is the daughter of Mr. and CY., ; r.
Mrs. Hobbs is an active mem. 1 DISCOUNT fi0elf
Mrs. W.C Dixon of Starke. '


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( Hill{ ) e 'Y : fsFACt

Eleven scheduled cases were head Raymond L. Stone, Ar- DIfCOUNi fTORlS RESERVED SATURDAYMEN'S
disposed of before any jurors thur G. Loudon, Jr., Edwin F,
were impanelled when pleas were Johns, Clarence R. Scoggins,
changed to guilty at the session Henry Bobby Austine( Harry N.
of the Eighth District Circuit Green, Margaret L. Prevatt,
Court at Bradford County Courthouse H.L. Morgan Jr., Owen R. Alvarez I G.E. 20" 3 SPEED BARDAHL
last week.Thursday's ;
Paul E. Canova, Wilbur .
trial of James Hen- Marklee Moody, L.L. Dyal, Lacy WALK SHORTS -- -
ry Moore left five more scheduled M. Brown, Earl M. Voyles, Julius __ OIL 1 QUART EAGLE

for the week of July 6: Royal Jr.,B.M. McRae,Win- n "SPECIAL PURCHASE" _
Fred Carlton Turner, Monday; fred Hansen Crawford, Claude. 6 -r.,, New for Summer. High-velocity TREATMENT LIQUIDDETERGENT
Nelson Grlffls and John Perkins Bradford, Denver R. Deveiick, Well tailored in smart, element
Tuesday; Terry Boatwright,Harold Annie M. Hutchings and William attractive colors. blade. *
Powerful; Maintains new car
L. Knowles, Wednesday.GrW'Is Alvarez. y Machine. washable.
and Cliff Yarborough Sites 29 to 42., _..,, --. _- 3-speed 'Reduces performance.friction
Wednesday; and Lee Britt, ........ I '-. .. mover LIMIT ONE:
0.8)) and
Thursday. ... Grills wear
...,-7 I -= -- swingout i
On the venire for jury duty DISCARDING BOOKS? Any '! r t f YOU SAVE sse W.Y'! I ___--_: easily for Increases mileage., Fine for Soft Fabrics
that week are Clarence E. Deg kind. We'U donate to refugees, t ,", k., -- blade cleaning! fi't'
Sue A.I. Mann EdmondJohnson, etc. here, abroad. Just send In -e- i LIMIT 3 YOU SAVf 29<< Gentle to the Hands
whatever you have, our y, f Quick Grease Cutting
Wallace C. Collins, Robert M. ("Special"BOOK postage, NOr t, t''

McRae Hazel Paulk parcel pool) expense reim rr' I Vinyl t IS FL, OZS. Action
Donald E. y 1
burred by News ,
us. Bureau :3UU carrying .... /
Neel, Clarence L. Cooper, Cla- Varlck, Jersey City, NJ. 07304 "' handle. / / ">..
rence P. Crawford, Gilbert S. -6-m" '
Brown, Betty Fay Moody( Lu- NNNtNI Model W22 ,, ..
cille Whitehead, Leoma White-




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LIDDELL Sizes YOU : ." ?
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Vine Selection of Used Can Company"Glass YOU SAVE"i.oo SAVE FM/AM FM STEREO MULTIPLEX r INSTANT! SOUND
Taken O. sse II 1
CaAUIae Trades W I nut i >|r,1ii mod cabinets
For Every Purpose" J
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1001 H.". 13th Ph 378-1391 Store Pix>nts.--.Mirrors I 6 w r w:,- ; |i| Umc'od 6' PM dynamic speakers ,
Tub Enclosures--8howers J..99 } c>p i it<- "!"t'oK roe hass treble balance i '
Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA ...ss.. ... AUTOMATIC ,
+ Furniture Tops Olasa Replaced 2 w C1 i ic' plays a speeds
BSR MINICHANGER v -lane uioflSlerec

sitet ,n." ,put for phono A tape
NEW LOCATION LADIES'CASUAL SCUFFS Oulpu' ach"lo tape & headphoneBOYS' ,,_

4 1I'bee1 l drip sect earn 1228 So. Alain Gainesville 't, Terry. Cordanaft Bright prints -
BaJee Part Serric 172-AI91; 1102 Washable fo.im cushion sole / GIRLS' = YOU I
Clean Used TorotM SA VE .

1700 N. Main 37SI2MVARHEYL HEARING AID PLAY 2 PC. 76 $ '

:gane( ( Qe eantdg( -- J.., Sleeveless."FAMOUS. INDOOR-

LincolnMercury .

2201 N. Main GalMtTflle -. ...:.. GIRLS' '" Suger & r.
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37Z-4Z51 t Tett Spice" Plaid shirls. l' ,-. s.'i1K,

Home "lXii"d" NYLON ,' '- 2 PC. p r knit.lids.Cotton. "11 Solid Smart, pants.color a? s
Of Service GOWNS t SHIFTS corrbmations.Sues U :- .;;;;;-' :: F-,. '"! + or For bedroom.patio, living room

Meftal7-Coaa-.cO"Unental 1 y D Hots & 4 to 7. r'+ ?t=,==, ';'.s "' Stain and fade resistant.
Custom Fitted Hearing Aids Tf Waltz Len t th. lenses. r
Mark HI-EBctoh Ford o Lace trim. # 100% Cotton. a 3 to 6X tiyltal? +; Mildew rot & water W ool.
Cleanest Used Oar "AvaJUable 106 E. University Ave. Oalnca- l Pastels 5. M. f L. Adorable, 7 to 19. YOU SAVE 4Jc Jb ;;,. YOU SAVE S.OI
vllle 3780095lEN'S ti\ t.r colorful _
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Spare Tim!. Pull or Part Time Arrow Shlrti Flonhelm Sha
21t N.W. 10th 378-276C 0 Formal Rentals. I 1
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Farm and Industrial PIANOSOtCANS>
CHOtCI i' 6.25 OZ.
Equipment .!!u.s- 38'
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FORD O'vllle Shopping Ctr. ensue Q SOFTENER FULL FRONT

Palm Tractor Implement } Plastic vinyl .in clear i
USED EQUIPMENT: Makes whites whiter t colors brighter. and assorted colors. +
SALZ8 PART SERVICE: MOVERS For /fluffier Ji.J}. } Protects carpets. r

443 N. W. 8th S7S-2548 washable 'YOU SAVf ,
UNF.S\'IU.F.. ty.1. Fobm kt+ ner (fabrics. 1.00 r '
(.orR' Dlsta-'cc; MortngStorife Aids in theprevention
of mildew. / / _.,.:
Johnson & Fan's, Inc. Free Ejtlmaie Call TOW CHAINS
SEEM PLANTS' HILL'S A THE SOUTHEASTERN STATES I 11 Ft. double loop chain with heat

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By: ElIZa Blanchard I
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Grace United Methodist: Sun-
day School 9:45: a.m., Worship
services 11 a.m. Choir practice
Wednesday 7 p.m., followed by P "
MYF 8 p.m.
First Baptist: Sunday School II I 'j I A.
9:45, Worship service 11 a.m.
and .8 p.m., Training Union 7
p.m. Midweek services Wednes I .
day 8 p.m.Church .of God: Sunday School -_ -IL if&'kif sStciAil r JIfJE'

10 a.m., Worship services 11
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., YPE Thurs- _
day 7:30 p.m.Highland .
Baptist:Sunday School PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 15
9:45: Worthip services 11 a.m. W-D BRAND YOUNGDon't
and 7:30 p.m., Prayer meeting \

Wednesday Choir Practice.7:30 p.m. followedby I miss this Offer! I '; BROAD BREASTED

PERSONALS.Friends of George Estes regret I 'ta tia -a
to learn of the'death of !! i J

his mother, Mrs. R.F. Estes, rptt '} 4aRr '+rti'R'
last week. Sympathy and pray- FEATURED E E.A- c' } URKEY!

ers are extended him. Mrs. Es- GOOD JULY 9 THRU JULY : ,4SAUCER r
tes' home was in Church Hill,

few Tenn.months but she here.had spent the last i I ;... _

Mr. and Mrs.Cecil Dobbs Linda -
and Loyree of Huntsville,Ala. ONLY f- tj
are spending some time with Mr. r GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN f-
and Mrs. A.D. Dobbs and other +' 39CJ LB. '
relatives in the vicinity. : 10 16 IB. AVG.WD "4. ..
Mr. and Mrs.Clyde Wainwright : ,
and son of Eaton Park spent the _
weekend with Mrs. H.C. Wainwright -

and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Pierce E.A.Crews Sappof ,j ;' Chuck Roast LB.99c Round Roast $109 London '\ $])29
New River visited Mr. and OOODrulr.rHeuUausrn LB. L III
Mrs. Dempsey Sapp and familyin r This coupon worth 1.00 iS;?:" .i"or .

kins Gainesville in Hampton and, Mrs.and Jim Mr. Ad-and '' TWO DEMI-CUPS '. Round Steak LB.99c Roast $129 Chuck S LB79c
Rump ...
Mrs. W.H. Richardson of Orange "' ''' : J .. .
Park during the week. On Thurs & SAUCERS ,
Rev. William R. (Bobby)
day Crews and son called on them. : :66 Shoulder Roast LB.99c Round Roast $139 Cure 81 $169]
Reddish Visiting during Mr.the and weekend Mrs. were B.E. : ;PRI; ;fN LB. e LB

Mr. andMrs.J.L.Rowe of Miami, \ WITH
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Moyer and $1.99 COUPON FULL QUARTER LOIN SLICED INTO WeD BPI', ,

son of Miami, Mrs. J.O. Pons
and son of Tallahassee, and Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Benson of Plain- ; Ef

field, N.J. They came to go J .
with the Reddishes to the Bar- 11
aooD wlr r TN.u Auausr
ber-Rowe family reunion at Mac- .
clenny on Sunday. About 180 relatives This coupon worth$1.00 "n.\' 79
and friends attended this
wonderful affair. TWO DESSERT } P f.

Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Bradleyand : yik\
son and Mr. and Mrs. Ran- ; ,
dal Bradley of Jacksonville, and .
Mrs. Gary Bennett and childrenand $2.49 "RI':
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Bradley $1 00 ';OuPOIII 1'''
'Ar Jf
enjoyed picnic supper at George's r
Lake on Saturday. $1.49 OUPON: E
The Ed Durban family joinedin I. ASTOR ,
'a family reunion at Mirror DIXIE DARLING LARGf
Lake last Saturday. Those in Salad Oil BOTTLE68C ; '
Loaf BI1e..- 4" : $100
the party were Mr. and Mrs. ? '. s
O.J. Boyett, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- y eaooo CHEK ALL FLAVORS No Return Boltlei
mond Williams and sons and e 2Sot. nn ARROW WHITE A. nSSUU
Richard Durban of Atlanta. Mr. tmr v rNeu Auousr lr Soft Drinks .6 BOTTLES $1! I I; w : JUMBO $
To 4} 1
This/ worth 1.00
and Mrs. W.L. Durban and chil- coupon Paper 'iII'. KOLLS ]
dren of Gainesville Mrs. Ed WELCHADE
Durban and Mrs. Raymond Dur- TWO SOUP 31 01. $ STOKELYot LIBBY
ban of Lawtey. 1,: PLATES a Grape Drink 4 BOTTLES 1 Fruit Cock .. ,\ 5 No 303 $| 00
Miss Priscilla Tanner of Tam- i t CANS
pa spent Thursday to Sunday ?!+ o I!' BLUE,WHITE or COLD WATER ARROW
with Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Tanner.Mr. P $2.99 PRICE ; Limit 1 of your choic with $5.00 or more purchai**xcluding. DEL MONTE CS& Wh

land .of and Starke Mrs.and James Mr. and Strick-Mrs. $1,00 \/ALIJE COUPON Detergent . -%" 49C Golden CiLILLAC 5 CANS $|IA QO

J.D. Clark visited Six Gun Ter- WITH
Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Cruce ; ".ROLL "'" 303 $1
Bath Tissue 3 $1 Green Be < .
spent the weekend with Mr. and 1 PKGS I 'J i ANS. I Iti
Mrs. Frank Cruce.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Duncan
spent the weekend with Mr. Dun- Quantify Rights. R*..rv.d __ MAXWf' I I GRINDS
can's parents in Tallahassee. WINN DlKtl' STOMS INC COPVllGMT .170THRIFTY '
Mrs. Hattie Darley, Miss Sin- fl
na Prescott, Mrs. John Bennett 'J ,..
and Miss Dian Bennett attended I '
Camp meeting at The Way of SUGAR'
The Cross Baptist Church in
Jacksonville one day last week. eIANYl.1fle 0 ,1i'
Mrs. Swlma Eunice spent Sat- MAID ww.IwN .',':,
urday with her grandson Jimmie
Eunice in Atlanta, Ga. i
Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Hilliard dRpE'
Daryl and Susie spent the week- :
end with Mr. and Mrs. Sunny R
Kite on Skinner Lake. SUGAR ..
Wayne and !Nell Redd of Macon ILB
Ga. were visiting Mrs. O.J. CAN
Phillips on Sunday and returned t
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fate Redd. Mr. and Mrs. W.C. 5 1 ,
Phillips and children of Mac- Limit. 1 with a $5.00 or mar. purchai excluding eigo,*"... 4 .
clenny and Mr. and Mrs. Les- itf
lie Phillips and sons of Jack-
sonville were overnight guests. a
Johnnie Devore of Clearwater POUND
visited Mr. and Mrs. J.R. De- BAG 6'
vore over the weekend. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins
Jr. and David of St. Augustinewere
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Dinkins and Mr. and Mrs. Carl SANTA ROSA Q r ,' ti1+
Carter during the week.
Carter during the weekend. Plums. LB.29c
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe and . e' f ,

three sons of Wilmington, De. WASHINGTON STATE RIPE MINUTE MAID L
were visiting Mrs. Wolfe's mo- I" ".

her ther,sister Mrs., Mrs.Hester Glenn Hicks Shuford, and Bing Cherries LB.59c Orange Juice 65C i i

and family over the weekend. LARGE HEADS LIBBY'SFresh r P

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'Rapid Transit' To KingsleyKingsley r t Jv !I

Lake was as popu- Its surface Is, perhaps, afgreat highway t j
The April 10, 1886 Issue of Dear Mr. Matthews: the street, road, or
lar with the citizens of Starke er elevation than any body of The Telegraph carried the following have There are several kinds of stop I
For the few we
68 years ago as it Is today, water In the state. past years four and"
transit public notice: heard and read much about Lake signs-- two way, way
although fewer people could enjoy "Realizing that rapid r There arei I
Intersection stops.
Its attractions because of is the great necessity: ; our citizens KINGSLEY LAKE SILVER DOLLAR x +? Sampson and its problems and of to cover
\ have formed a Good Roads NAVIGATION COMPANYTo b the efforts made to find a solu- not enough policemen
the lack of transportation and the citizen should
LAKE the
sign so
absence of Improved roadc Company, and N.T. Ritch J.G. all whom it may concern: tion, Our County; Commissionersshould every demand.I .
Alvarez, and C.L. Peekaretrustees Be It known that we, the undersigned be commended for their heed the sign's
through the sand hills that must know that when you went.
of the company to managethe have associated our- efforts and concern. ,
be travelled to get there. driver's license that
building and grading of a selves together as an Incorporated Speaking as a citizen who very to get your .
The June 6, 1902 issue of The of the required questions
and road from under the act of much enjoys our fine lakes and was one
carriage bicycle company
tells of the forma- f '1 .
Telegraph ?' J3f' could not fall In order.to' :
tion of a Starke and KIngsley Starke to KIngsley Lake. The the Legislature of the State of thinks of them as one of our most you

Lake Road Company to answer shares are $25 each, and all Florida, approved August 8,1868, : priceless and enjoyable possessions get your license.I writing then)>
The am
and amended I would like to present a reason
subscribers will be entitled to by an act approved r /
the need for transit"to
"rapid four
I watched a
February 19th 1874 JJ l on the matter: is because
the shores of this popular all the pleasures and benefits of entitled an Y thought or so Intersectlon'ofW.
the road. act to provide for the creationof First of all a lake level that way stop at the
vacation spot. Corporations under the is compatible and satisfactoryto Call and Orange Streets the
The 68-year-old item "Work has commenced, rightof name
news 180
continues way secured, and nearly one of the KIngsley Lake Navigation "-4 the adjactent property; owners other day and counted over their
"Citizens of Starke have mile of the road already cleared Company, and hereby give notice could be decided and agreed upon, cars. Only five stopped on ba->

awakened to the fact that within of stumps. It is hoped to put of our intention to operate this level can be maintained with- own; nine of them stopped I

five miles of the corporate limits the entire line in good, fast and maintain in all its detaila in reasonable limits, dry weather cause they could not go on.drive*"

KIngsley Lake offers the loveli- traveling order by July 1st. steamboat line on Lake Kings- giving the most problems. When I was taught to ,

est, coolest, and most restful "The stockholders up to date ley, on the north side of the Second, the laws of hydraulicsstate you stopped behind the cross
health-renewing summer resortIn are: J.G. Alvarez, C.L. Peek, Lake, and between such other that If you take as much walk, and if no crosswalk marks,

N.T. Bitch, W.T. Weeks, J.E. points as it may be to our best fluid out as you put In to a con- then you stopped behind the stop
world. With water clearas
Edmonson, N.W. Francis, E.S. Interest and the interest of the Kingsley was nicknamed "Silver,Dollar Lake" by World War II tainer the level of the containerwill sign and proceeded: with cauUoa;
crystal, having clean, slopIng flyers because its almost perfect roundness and remain constant that These stop signs are In'' a:
sand beach, fed by inexhaust- Matthews, T.A. Knight & Co., public crystal clear waters now
able mineral springs under the J.M. Alvarez, Jno. C. Wills, Signed: C.L. Russell, T.R. made it look line a silver dollar from tae air. In this aerial' brings us to the problem of how residential area and young ChlJeoIdren +

surface of the lake, always cool A.II. Freeman, Ceo. A. Gardiner Brown, R. Puddy, Wm. C. Ladd. view, junction ot Highway 230 and 16 is at lower left; Strickland's much comes In and how Is the are and playing how all around one has the
streets no
M.G. Rowe W.M. Solomon -April 10 1886 best way to get it out. Unlesswe ,
and refreshing, men, women and Landing and Kingsley Beach indicated
are by long docks at upper awful gotten hurt I'll never know.
Futch know these things an
A.V. Long J.E. E.E. Whether not the steam boat
children simply shout for Joy or center; and Camp handing takes half of shoreline at So please, when you see a
as they plungeand swim and Johns, and Powell & Powell. line was ever put in operationis up right. lot of good effort can go to waste.It aftera
and then
stop sign, stop
sport In the clear, silvery waves. "Stock taken to date sums up not known, but at one time is my understanding that the with
complete stop, proceed
U.S. Engr. Dept. has made a
"On a bright still shin- $575. there was a large orange groveon
day a caution. You could even smile
-June 6, 1902 the south side of lake feasibllty; study of this watershedand
Ing nickel can be seen thirty ,
; FarmersIt and be proud of yourself.
it would that
feet down in the beautiful cool known as the Sundell Place, and Diarylow seem they
depths. The lake is about two Another interesting and little it is possible the organizersof would at least have some of this McRae
and one-half miles in diameterand known fact about the lake was the navigation company were Information and might as a
almost perfectly round. It the formation in 1886 of a Kings- contemplating transportation of helpful gesture, tell us the size Starke, Fla.

sparkels like a gem of light and ley Lake Navigation Company for citrus: across the lake, as wellas didn't just rain last Satur- water levels. But anytimeman and kind of structure as well as

life upon an elevated plateauof the purpose of operating and passenger traffic, since roads day, it poured down in bucketsful tries to saddle Nature and outfall drainage needed. If they

clean, pine forest and maintaining a steam boat line into the area were possibly only and thus upheld the theory make it behave? the usual out- do not have the complete infor-
open across its waters. sand trails. around here that while it may come Is that Nature turns out mation It could be .that they Dear Mr. Mathews:

be dry on other days, it is sure f to be bucking bronco that doesas could furnish enough that a pri-

to rain on the Fourth of July.A e, it pleases. vate Engineer could work It up Often times we are quick to
lot of water fell in a short A at a nimlnal tost.; It follows that criticize and slow to praise.:

Our editorial. time, and that was bad enough, we would then know what we The Bradford County Civil De-
but the thunder and lightning needed to do to accomplish this fense Agency has and Is now

flashed and banged and gave you A question we hear rather fre- most worthwhile project. participating with the Bradford

the Jitters. By Sam McGarveyply quently in these hot, sultry daysis County; High School In the Diversified -'

see : "How did we ever live with- Yours truly, Cooperative Training Pro. .

Point of view is that he has been in farm- out airconditioning?" An oblique L.G. Dall gram '

I I Speaking of lightning, we visited Ing all his life, as his father answer is: "The same way 425 rf. Temple Ave. The DCT program, as it to

the farm of E.E. Wasdin, loca- and grandfather were before him, we did before a lot of other modern Starke, Fla. better known, is planned to develop ;:

ted a short distant south of the and that farming is the only life improvements," because you a student academically,,
US-301 bridge over the Santa Fe he knows. never miss what you've neverknown. economically, and socially.We .

River, and saw the 18 head of But now, for those of us have had a number of these.

cattle he lost when a bolt of fortunate enough to have central STOPI! students In our office and I can

lightning hit a tree In a bay The good old drainage problemat airconditioning would be tough not begin to compliment the ones

where the stock had bunchedup Sampson Lake came up for to go back and try to live without Dear Editor: I've had enough.

during a rainstorm. The animals another review last week, whena it. What does the word STOP I compliment the School Board," ,
were lying in a tight group, railroad bridge engineer and mean? It's simple to find out. the High School, and the sUPer-;'

7t's A Damn Shame' almost touching one another, the County; Commission inspec ted Just look it up in the diction- visors of the program for a

where they had been felled bya the culverts at the trestle over A man who along with his ary, your rules of the road book, Job well done. This program

powerful charge of electricity; Sampson Run. The county; is asking family Just moved into a new or ask any law officer. surely meets the needs of' the

the railroad to Install home said, "I never realized I am mainly concerned about students.
additional culverts to carry off before what a difference air- the big red or yellow octagon-
Somewhere in the contrasting eventsof ing televised from Washington, a Wasdin said his loss was about floodwaters, but while the engineer conditioning could make In home sided stop sign at the end of -Frank L. Williams

last weekend there must be moral. similar observance-- on a much smaller $4,000, and that it came on top agreed to transmit the life, and I'll say now that I

Perhaps you can help us find it.: scale of course-- was in of a number of other reversalshe'd request to his company, he said don't care how much my elect-
progressat -
had this spring when his he had doubts that that proposed ric bill will be, because It will .
In D.C. "Honor America nearby Keystone Heights, where a plantings of watermelons and step would solve the drainage be worth every penny of it." r- It's a woma.'s
Washington, fish fry, parade of decorated boats, vegetables were wiped out by problem of the entire area. 1- ;
Day" sparked a return to old- and fireworks display attracted thou- heavy rains which washed out ,, f D

fashioned Fourth of July patriotism. sands from this area for an eveningof those crops. But he still optimistic And speaking 0 f heat, we'll

Evangelist Billy Graham preached to fun. especially about the "set"of He did, however, suggest an have to do some thinking and w,1By

35 100 at a morning rally and appealed nuts on his pecan trees which economical means of buildinga come up with a guess on when

to Americans to fulfil the he said is one of the best he'shad low-level dam across the Sam- the big outdoor thermometer at
Contrast this with the "festivities"in In recent years. pson Lake outlet, which in First Federal will first register Marina Sue, McCain
dreams of their forefathers.In *
Byron, Georgia, which were described theory at least would maintainthe 100 degrees this summer. A lot County Extension

by Gov. Lester Maddox as lake at a constant level dur- of people will be watching the Home Economics Agent

Byron, Georgia, an estimated halfa ". disgraceful, shameful, and some- Non-farmers might ask: "Ifa ing dry times and would not impound weather reports more closelyas
irian continues to lose
million pot-smoking, skinny-dipping his floodwaters after periods a result, and when the next
thing to be expected among savages. shirt in farming, why doesn'the of PLENTIFULS FOR at the barbecue.: Simmer a sweet-
heat arrives
gathered for the Atlanta international heavy rainfall. Of course, sizzling wave ,
Police, apparently, were helpless, or give it up and go into some that's what all concerned .want: will be competing for the prizes SUMMER DOLDRUMS sour sauce while you thread the
Pop Festival, leaving five When planning meals for skewer with chunks of canned
thought they were helpless, in the other busines!! ? Wasdin's re- a nice balance between high and offered to the winners.Poultrymen your '
square miles of litter and filth from July, consider the plentiful] foods luncheon meat, potatoes, and on-
of such mob and there
which the town's mayor said, "I don't a were list of the U.S. Department of ions. Cherry tomatoes can be
no arrests-- at least none reportedfor --
Agriculture. used to finish off skewer. Brush
know if we'll ever recover. indecent exposure, public forni- July 4th Was Plan Heading the list Is a good supply well with sauce and broil Or

cation, profanity, use of drugs, or 'Large Day'In of broiler-fryers. Prices this grill Just until foods are heated
In Washington, thousands stood rev- anything else. Annual Meeting: July are expected to be consider- through. You may also use lamb.

erently as Pat Boone sang "The Star Starke Back In 1914 For July 18thThe ably below last July's averagein precooked sausages or beef.,;

Spangled Banner and Kate Smith nine cities, which was 32.5 cubes.
"It's the worst thing that ever hap- cents a pound. and probablya Line your barbecue with foil
gave a stirring" rendition of "God pened to this area of the country," How times do change! eral hours furnishing rides for cent or more under the 5- to eliminate messy clean-ups.

Bless America. said the Mayor of Byron. One cannot Fifty-six; years ago, July 4, the guests of the city; first annual Poultrymen's year July average of 29.1 cents You may use gravel or insula-
1914, more than 3,000 visitors "Free moving pictures Meeting and fried
at the chicken supper a pound. ting pellets layered around one
nude help but wonder-- why then, are such poured Into Starke by train,horse Hopson Theatre were much will be held Saturday July
In Byron, Georgia there was appreciated Fresh summer vegetables are inch deep on the bottom of the
swimming, naked strollers, open fornication things allowed to happen? and buggy, automobile, and even by the visitors, and 18, at the agriculture buildingwith also on the plentiful foods list. grill to help prevent burning out

on foot. several shows were given in members, their families, Predictions are for an abundant the firebox and to absorb fat
and widespread use of drugs The moral of this story of con- On this 4th of July, 1970 Instead the afternoon to packed houses. and invited guests attending. supply of carrots, cabbage, cucumbers drippings. Clean gravel In hot

which could be purchased at tables trasting celebrations may be learned of 3,000 visitors streamIng "Dancing was enjoyed throughout Final plans for the affair were lettuce and celery. water to remove fat drippings

set up in the crowd for that purpose.In perhaps by asking "Who enjoyed them- Into Starke, possibly an equal the afternoon at the Armory made at a meeting of the boardof Peaches and plums should also spread out to dry and reuse
number "streamed out" of town by the city's; guests and untila directors of the North FloridaPoultrymen's be in plentiful supply and at rea-

Washington a great evening showof selves most on the Fourth of July-- In search fun and entertainmentat late hour in the evening by Association Tuesday sonable prices. The rice cropis

the crowds In Washington, D.C.and nearby lakes and beaches. the young folks of Starke. night. going to be the third largeston

clean entertainment was culminatedby Keystone Heights, or the sad-faced "Starke celebrated Uncle "At 3:30: in the afternoon a President Jack Hazen will report record. H. P. Morgan, Jr.

a colorful fireworks display, pre- youths, weary after two days of throb- Sam's birthday this year as never free baseball game between the on the year's accomplishments Other foods on the plentiful Heads Ham
ceded by such famed talent as Bob before," The Telegraph pro- Starke Grays and the Jackson- at the annual meeting and list are honey, watermelons, Radio
bing rock drugs and the stag-
Hope, Red Skelton, Jack Benny, Doro- claimed following the 1914 celebration ville Red Sox was witnessed at new officers will be elected, fresh and processed lemons and Emergency GroupHarmon
thy Lamour, and Glen Campbell.In gering heat of a Georgia soybeanfield' ...given under the auspices Duncan Park by the largest following report of the nominating limes. Put all these foods together -
? of the Board of Trade, It crowd that
ever congregated in committee.The add some ants and mosquitoes -
is estimated that the city; enter- that enclosure. Poultrymen's Associationhas and all
you're set for
Byron, Georgia, doctors manning Little wonder that evangelist Billy tained 3,000 visitors from Brad- "Most of the business houses an active membership of 90, a perfect mid-summer picnic. P. Morgan, Jr., of
first aid stations reported Sunday night ford and adjoining counties, the of the city: ; and many private including members from Brad- Starke, has been selected to leadan
Graham calls Americans to ful-
that they had treated more than 7,000 upon largest crowd that ever gathered residences were tastefully decorated ford, Clay, Union, and Duval organization of Bradford
fil the dreams of their forefathers, here upon any occasion." with the national colors Counties. County amateur radio operators
for overdoses of
patientsmostly before those dreams turn into night- "Chief of Police Kite and Sheriff and the whole city: ; wore a holiday Do you have trouble convincingyour prepated to furnish emergency
drugs.: In one medical tent, a months- Denmark took extra precau- appearance. communications In time of
mares. Three To Attend family that cabbage broc-
ofd baby crawled around in grimy tions to prevent any disorderthat "The business men of the town coli, and beans disasters It was announced this
diapers while doctors treated his would mar the festiviites generally contributed liberally State CouncilOf are good eating? green week by Communications Mana-

"tripped out" mother. A nurse, tears If the happenings In Byron, Georgia of the day, but a more orderly toward financing the affair, and They may take less convincingwith ger George Hart of the Amer-
last weekend are a sample of what crowd of the size HomemakersThe ican Radio Relay League, U.S.
same was never the good wives of the community; this Chinese
streaming down her face tended the sauce to brighten

the Nation has come to, the signersof gathered in one place. Only one furnished baskets of the eatables up the vegetables. Melt three and Canadian Assoclalon of Radio

infant.: "It's a damn shame, she the Declaration Independence must man was taken into custody and that have made Bradford County; 46th Annual Meeting of tablespoons butter or margarine. Amaueurs. tatobandtogether "

said bitterly. surely have been turning in their graveson detained until the fumes of the famous. the Florida Extension Home- Stir In four teaspoons soy sauce, Morgan's assignment
of the
he had amateur
this Fourth of July. liquor Indulged in too "Yes sir--thank you, sir-- makers Council will be held Ju- a quarter teaspoon onion salt radio
While Honor America Day was be- freely had left his mind, and then the Fourth of July was a very ly 13-17 at the University; of and an eighth teaspoon white to perfect service In his community;

released. large day In Starke." Florida. State Council members pepper. Then heat. Add a quar- arrangements for
"The main feature emergency radio communi-
of the
day's from Bradford County; attending ter cup of slivered, toasted almonds cations

festivities was the old-fashioned by In the eventof
the sessions will be Mrs. Lola and serve on the vegetables -
picnic and barbecue at the city: ; Johnson, Miss Enza Blanchard, natural disasters or other

park where barbecued beef, HAMPTON REPORTSThe and Home Agent Martha Sue Mc- CHEESE emergencies.As .
The Bradford County ,-- which had been properly cookedthe 4th of ARRL Emergency Coordinator -
I! July, 1914 was reported Cain. Cheese is a good source of
TELEGRAPH day before by Mr. William as "exceedingly quiet"in The featured speaker will be protein for use In main dishes. meetings. Morgan of will call' local

Tison, and chicken Pilau were Hampton. "The majority of Dr. Thomas Haggal, well known Here are some shopping pointers bUsh amateurs. earn,

ESTABLISHED 1879 17'r.r served in abundance. These two the population left the town for entertainer and Baptist minister, to help you get the most cedures common operating pro-

\J things formed the backbone of the day, many going to Starke, who will be heard at the CouncU'sopening for your money when buying drill and arrange regular
\ ; the meal, but baskets and boxesof Jacksonville, Lawtey, Lake Geneva session Monday night. cheese. periods when the hams'personal

dhsDi6fs other eatables were furnished and Grandin. The depotpre- The Homemakers will be feted Cheese wedges generally cost ized under stations may be mobil

MEMOEaFLORI liberally by the good ladles of sented quite a lively scene during at a reception in Reitz Union less than sliced, cubed or grat- conditions. simulated emergency
Starke. Only one little hitch occurred the morning, while the morning following Dr. Haggai's speech. ed cheese. A mild natural cheese liaison His duties also Include -
A ESSAS7. the dinner programme. trains were arriving.There were During the week, Homemakerswill may cost less than aged or sharp and planning with relief -
Stand firm in the Before the tables were spread public welfare agencies
Lord 168 tickets sold for the two morn- participate: in short courseson natural cheese. Pasteurized pro
-Phil.( and boxes of food distributed such as Red Cross and Civil
4:1). Ing trains. health, safety, and interna- cess cheese often costs less than
h T ONE In fact, before all the baskets tional relations. Univerlsty; of natural cheese. Domestic cheese Defense, as well as fire and.

; and boxes of food had_arrived Florida faculty; members will assist almost always costs less than police departments.
There are times when our at the park a threatening rain MERRILL\ EDWARDS with classes and special than imported cheese.

world seems shaken by the cloud stampeded the crowd and EXPRESSES APPRECIATIONI'd events. And It you lute your cottageor

turn of events. Conditions weha'.e an assault was made upon the will be elected and Installed dur- cream cheese flavored with Now's the Time

L. MATTHEWS. Editor-PubUsher accepted as unchanging, tables and they were swept clean. like to say "Thank You" ing the week. chives, pineapple or other Ingredients '
April 'is
Published each Thursday and entered as Second change. Values we thought unshakable After the first assault, more for all the lovely cards and w VMMHMHMMMBMBn add them yourself. Month. Cancer Control

CUss Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida topple.) Then it's timeto and food It was met placed the same upon fate.the table flowers and especially, for A filing cabinet has been It'll probably cost less than buy leans will One eventually out of four develop Amer-
your prayers during my recent ing cheese
under Act of March 3rd, 1879. turn to our Lord for no circumstance "Tickets for free automobile stay In the hospital. defined as a system for losing already flavored. cancer. Isn't that a reason to

Subscription in trade area: 1 year, $3.00; Outside Is greater than the rides were issued by the hun things alphabetically. Wm. support the American Cancer

trade area: 1 year, $5.50 overcoming power of Jesus dred, and the owners of automobiles Sincerely, R. Davi". The Three Forks Society right now, during Cru

Christ. were kept busy for sev- Merrill Edwards ( :Mon. i Herald. Try quick inexpensive kabobs sade monthk ?

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SENIOR You Are Hereby Notlfleil that ',i of SW'i. run W 647' S Vi of SWK being 100' N *: S sued th."nn. Tile t*
ia aia an action for divorce has been 73.4'. for I'OM runt !Sw ,! 72.4'. t.v ltd'( K :ft W. Sec 22. T-6-3. numbers and. years of Issuance,
I filed against. you and you are 1705'. N 7375'. Ti: 17!) 51 to 71.22-F' the description of the nrouerlr
Community CITIZENS required to serve a cony of your PO1I Sec. 22. T.OH.22.I! )fame In"; which assessed: Mid an T the names In which It wee
I.II written defenses. If any to It Name In which assessed: Beatrice State Homes. ., Inc. *ss....ei1 arc as fMlof!
I --- on Elsie S. Sanders Attorneyfor Colemnn.All All of said pronertw being In M (Clty). Yea
Plaintiff whose address !I. of said. property helna In the County of Bradford. State Cot fi ateno. .
t I Most local clubs and organi- Trust funds Income was 3.8 bil- 142 West Call Street StarkeFlnrlda the County of Bradford. State of Florida.TTness" D.l::, nt Property NBH
zations discontinue meetings lions more than was paid out in nod file the ortglnalwith i of Florida.TTnleHS ) such. the Clerk of the above tv- such certlflcflte or c"rtlflcntes shall h.. redeemed ceordlno Yre.n on P-k
R-W TCx: Par
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1969 and it is estimated that
I. during the hot months of sum- led Court on or before. July 20, shall, he redeemed, according << ; to law the nronertv de. 7*. Pa396.. Sea. ll.T.t-d. R-
I News I mer, but not the Senior Citizens. 42.9 billions more income will 1970 : otherwise a judgment may. to law the t 1"lItlv de. scrlhed In such
I I, Since our meeting place is air be added to theses funds after relief demandednsin. otheorCorn scribed In will wii-h be ivrtlflcnte sold to the orcertificates certificates111 highest' bidder be at sold'the to court the Name Green In Est which assessed. : Berths

I conditioned, as most of us do ALL payments are met for the plaint or Petition. blithest bidder At the court hou e door on the. first> Mondnv All of said oronertv heln", In
IL not work in office and next five years. This shows that WITNESS!! mv hand and the. hou.e. door on the first I :Momlnv In Month of Aua-nst. I'7n. which' the County of Bradford Stateof
By Elizabeth Industry ,
Glveiw. Walker anal of acid Court on the 19tn In :Month of August 1070. whichla "1 "aof Aumist.. 1170. Florida.TTnlesn" .
.-. _-- -- anymore, we believe It Is heal- our Social Security program Is day. of June, 1070.Inm the Srd dnr of Auftuxt 1970. I.Tntedr ihls OUt day of June, such certificate. or cerllflnstes .
-- ---a-a aaaaa -a thy and of some therapeaudc quite healthy. Don't listen to ." D. Green Toted this Oth day, of June, 1970. shell be redeemed soeorillnir .
RECREATION NEWS A. Clerk of Said COI.tByS 1970. Inmnn n. Green to law the pronertv its.errih.4 .
value for us to meet on a biweekly these people that talk to you, or ofBradford
SI Inman IX Oreen Inmnn TV Or..n.f'1"rk Clerk of Circuit Court .. "h
In certificate oreetiflcste
The Reno Recreation activitiesare operate with the program. Evening heed letters of Circuit Court of Florida .
basis all year around.It any crazy you may A. County will be soM to the
In full swing now. All in- service, 6 p.m. Rev. Jen- Is good to see the member- receive. Most of all. DON'T Deputlfs.rkn=: ,-,? Bradford. County Florida 7-2 4t 1.22.NOTIPr highest bidder at the courthott
terested participants are askedto Kings will deliver the message. ship within these spaces of time WORRY about it. You are in 7-T 4t 7.23.NOT2r'E door *>n the. fit-se. 1\{""..."
In "Mon'h ofiis" t 1A70.! w'.tltis
'give their full cooperationto Monday night, July 13, we have and the general atmosphere of the good hands of the U.S. Govt. OF PPITrTIOV ()*' .pr"r\TION'. 0thf Aiiffttst. 1K70.
the program. Success in anything \ been invited to Gilgal Baptist being together with talk, discus- and our S.S. System. NOTIOB OT APPIICVIIOVFOlt : FOR T\X. : URnnHer. fnn T'X tirFnRep. Tlttedrthis dlOf .June
Church to TVY: Ills1: -:U in I 10. V.I. 1I>4 in. F.'. 1970.
depends on the Interestyou serve during the anniversary sions and songs creates feeling Hope you had a Happy, Healthyand sec. ini.in, K !S. Notice Is hcr,.bv given, that Notice. la. herehv given, that Intnsn r>. Oreen.rierv .
have In It. of their pastor. The of satisfaction and well-being. Safe Fourth of July. Come Notice Is hen-liy, given that Mr T J. \ldermnn Mr T. .T AMt-rmnn" nr C'rcult Con'tef
entire congregation Is asked to visit and Join with us. We meet Mr. T. J. Alderman the holder of the following certificates the holder of the following cer.tlflcntes Brnrf'ord County. FloridaSeriny
the liiiMrr. of the following certificates nan filed acid certlfl.rates has filed .n''" cortlfl. T-I U 1.21.
GIRL SCOUTS TROOP accompany us there. The church Yola Vestal returned this week July 14 at 1 p.m. has filed said certlfl. for n tax deed. to he Issued
(The! meetings of Girl Scout is located in Hawthorne. from a very long visit to Hawaii -Joe Kerrigan cat,K lor .tt tux deed to lt" Issued thereon. The certificate.
thereon The c.rttfcntenuniliprs | numbers and veers of Issuance,
Troop 626 have been terminated and said that the 50th
July 15, 16 and 17 the West state anti years. of Issuance. the description of the property.
*- Florida
until September. All Scouts Jacksonville was Just as nice and pleasantas NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR the description of the |in' vrty.| amt the names In which It was pre',? M ++ ;\:
ana asked to please district will meetat the statements made aboutIt. TAX I)KKI) and. the. nnines In which U ".i. .......rrl nre as follows: :Since; 1 1J!)."0
cooperatewith New Bethel AME Church in sec. DM.in. r.s. sW. ....I arc. tin follow*' Certificate Win 80. Year of Is.
this activity. Have a nice Jacksonville Third Notice la hereby given, tha\ Certificate No. 30 (l'It).. Year P115000 I 6.D.1'II'IJnn .
and look forward and Tylor Mr. Carl Hartnn of Itttfu.tnce 1900.! ( of Pronertv. 1 lot In 4liorida '
summer for a Streets, In their annual Sunday the holder of the following c.ritKlcatrs Dcscrlntlun Comm Creeling oervtce, ffnc..Mrs. .
better year In Scouting next Fall. School convention Delegates vol- Happy Birthdays In June were half flied raid certlfl. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-............property..................................,.:.:.:.:.:.:.:....:.......:......................:...............,.,.,;..,...,.,. ,.,.,.,....,...,..,...,.....,..,.:.
Pete Johnson, Harry Rosenshine caten for a tax deed to he In* ; ::::;;: ;:'; ;;;; ; .
NAACP.n-v MEETING unteered to go are Merolyn Lee. and visitor, Mrs. Jenks. Wed- sued number thereon.and The of certificate lumiancp, ljl.w \ s ese'V "e.- R1 i }I ,1 f"" """' """c.oQ

.Bradford-Union Branch of the Joan Deborah Dean, Gerotha Morris, and ding Anniversary greetings were She description years of the property & D TRACTOR SALES | ,, v 6yr a
NAACP Walker. Chaperones to Carl T. McManus and and the. name In which It wusnaeaned
? will hold Its sung I'
regular are Mrs. Bessie Hamptonand are. a* follow: Carolyn Cordially
meeting Wednesday, July 15, at Miss his wife, Helen; also to Pete Certificate No. 24. Year: of Issuance \\\ j
She rUe Ann Cohens. 1969.Description i fj Kte.sRepresentative: 1
and Johnson. 462.2628
& p.m. at Greater Allen Chapel MT. MORIAL United Methodist Lilly of Property: Bes Box 75 LaCrosse, Fla. Ph. Alachua Welcomes

AME Church. All membersand Church, Rev; L.J. Perkins Pas- Arthritis is a disease that affects E 200'ZOO1.. E S of 100'NW W or20'ltr.Igt too tot I IN.b"r. i; OLIVER TRACTORS I;;;

Interested to attend. ,citizens are invited tor. Services were held lastSun- many millions of Americans :: 1 In Lawtey ,P. of Ity. ::'r'|:i';| DIFFERENT SIZES g; I'h.911.5s12! Yon jfhd Your
which assessed: Mrs.
day as follows: Sunday Schoolat especially the elderly. The W. J. Chandler.All 122 N. Ray St. Family to Your
10 with Rev. Mrs. Essie Hol Arthritis Foundation has issueda of sold property being In !I! !Ijiji Starke New Home
SCHOOL NEWS land in the County of Bradford State
charge. Morning serviceat booklet "Arthritis, the Basic
.jsix weeks Enrichment and 11 of Florida. & COUNTRY GARDEN TRACTORS !
Communion and Baptism Facts. This booklet can be obtained Unless such certificate or certificates tie
Swim School program startedin for adult and infant. Youth Fel- free, by anyone. All that shall I! he redeemed ac. ; WITH MOWER ATTACHMENTSti ::|::j The State of FloridaIt

Bradford County Monday, July lowship at 5 p.m. needs to be done is to writea oordlnK scrlhed to In law such the certificate property de.or ::::: From 7 to 14 Horse Power with Gear or ;8::

6, for the students of Bradford Regular services short note for this certificates will be. sold to the : ::
are held each asking .|: Hydro Drive. :|: Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and
County. AH parents are askedto first and third highest bidder at the courthouse
Sundays, Youth booklet to the Arthritis Founda-
door on the first Monday To Attaint You With Your City.If .
please cooperate with these Fellowship each Sunday at 5 p.m. tion. 1212 Ave. of the Americas In Month of August. 1!>TO. whlcliJs

children.activities for the success of the MT. PISGAH AME Church,Rev. New York 10036. )Dated the Srd this dav 9th of day August of June 1970. |:ji; Implements, Sidewinder Mowers, Holland 1 i;|

George Young Pastor. 1110. Inman D Green, :jii:::: Transplanters, Cole Planters, ;:: von are. new in the area, a phone

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Sunday School will conclude Many times each year, mem- Clerk of Circuit Court of :|:: John Blue Ezee Flow and Others. :|::j
services for the day Sunday. bers ask about the soundness of Bradford County. Florida x > mil will bring you a prompt visit
EBENEZER BAPTIST Church The annual Women's Day cele- our Social Security System.They 7-1 4t 723. .
Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor. Each bration will be held Sunday July are quite worried because they In The Circuit_Court Of The :=: Combine and Hay Equipment i| from Com* local hostess.!I! I'lense! give

Thursday night, Bible Study at 19. The speaker will be: morn- have received a letter from an K.lglilh Judicial Circuit Of Flor. I I
the church. Friday night, July ing, Mrs. Dorothy Ida In And For Bradford County. her a C'ulit! She, has maps and many
King of Jack- unknown source, or some one __ _
Come No.Patricia :
19, the Ushers Board of the sonville. The 3 p.m. speakerwill has told them that the S.S. funds Ann-Molt. Plaintiff-, VS |; TRACTOR REPAIRS |
Church will be celebrating their be Mrs. Charity Williams of are about dried up and soon our Reuben NOTICEtOF' .. i free and wonderful gifts for you

anniversary. Baptism will be held Lacrosse. All members are pensions will be cut or stopped TO: Reuben F. Holt SUIT Sut. E-8. 1 1 Calvin C. Williams and Raymond Dyal |1; from.'local businesses.!

Sunday candidates, July to 19.be baptised.There are Sun-ten asked this to please cooperate with altogether. This is some formof 287.64.20H8 U. S. Army olo Commanding Fort Campbell.Officer :*:::::::::::::;::::?:::::%::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::: ::;:::::::::::::;:::::::;::::::::::::::;;::::::::;:::;:::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::;:::::;:::::;;::::::::;:;:::::
activity success.In sadistic cruelty. It is NOT
day School will be held at 9:45.: .
true. Information received from ------------- --------------------- --------- -----------.
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Youth Day will be observed Sun- I- -a
reUable makes it
The Circuit Coart Of Flor.Idn. sources very
day, August 2. The Church anniversary Eighth: Judicial Circuit 1st clear that there is and will be -------1 U.S. CHOICE ; ;
And For flradford County
will start Thursday night e.... N... fDtI'R'.b sufficient funds to meet all pre-
before the first Sunday in August Action ': DivorceBetty sent and future cash S.S. bene- : SIRLOINSTEAKS

The BTU Congress will convene tiff vs Ravmond Jennings Louis, Plain.Jen. fits. The facts prove that S.S. FRESH I

July 16-19. All interested persons nines, Defendant.

are invited to attend. In The Name NOTICE Of The State Of NOTICEI FOOD
urtll not be responsible for .
Will Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper TO: The Defendant la the i
Raymond debts of bills other
above named cause
Williams, Pastor. Rehearsal Louis Jennings Residence: un- 1
made by me its
for Choir No. 1 lis held each kn
: :un. Are Hereby Notified 22, 1970. Burk J. Ellington. I
Monday right Rehearsal for that suit for divorce of the 7-9 1 II FAIRBONELESS
Choir No. 3 is held each Tues- marrlaa-e between you and the. 6-25 3t FRYERS I
day night. Ushers Board No. 2 and Plaintiff.custody Betty of Rba the Jenningaf parties 1 LB 1

meets on Tuesday night. child has been flied against IN TIIH cinctrrr CO}rp TEIGlI'191
Wednesday night Prayer Meet- "011 a.Jennlna-s.Defendant as Plaintiff by BettyR.ba In jrmciAjL 'cinct'iTOK 2 SUPERMARKETS

ing. Thursday night. Ladies Cir- the above.styled Court and IV FLORIDA AM: toil BRADFORD
cle will meet. Friday night,Choir!!! cause, and .you are required to
rehearsal. Saturday dinners will the your Complaint, sae filed there CIVIL ACTION Ca. No. 79S 1 1 ROUND I 11A1
be sold from the kitchen. Sunday In. with the Clerk for of Bradford the Clr.eu' Aliens Dixon Plaintiff I FLORIDA 1 1 I I
School at 9:30.: At 11 Morning County" Court, In Courthouse, Starke, Jame.. E. Dixon. Defendant 1 1 I whein Savings Count...
Service with the Youth charge Florida 93001 and serve a copy GRADE STEAK
At 6 p.m. The Gospel Messing- thereof Barton upon T.Plaintiffs Dousjtas. alto 103: ISO PROPERTYTo c: i COUNT ON US!
ney. : James 1Dixon.: 1293 Cal.
ers from Pine Valley Holiness North Main Street. P. O. Draw. houn Street Macon Georgia. i 1
Church of Starke will render .r 1121. Gainesville. Florida 10. You are hereby notified that ii
.1 01. on or before July an action for Divorce has beon II 1
song service from 6 to 6:45. to do so. PRICES GOOD THROUGH
: 1970: and. If you fall BAGGED I
will betaken filed alll'l1lnetOU James E. Dix WHOLE I Wl ON I SO/AY, JULY 13th. 1
Ladies Default Judgment $109
will L B
Missionary be a
on and you Are required to
for the re.lief 1 II I .
observed. demanded aa-alnst you:In the Corn.plaint. serve a copy of your written SAVE 10! LB quantity rights retenred.CHUCK 1
thereafter saidCsWitnehllmyrocehandv defenses, If any to It. on theplaintiff's I U.S.CHOICF I
Plans for and
the annual Woman's nttoiney, whosename 1 1 1 1
DdY program are developing. andrtuealof and address Is

Speakers for the activity are, said Court his 11 dRY kOf Honorable. O Drawer, Grume 1030 II. PierceP.
Morning Mrs. Louise TenJy. At June. A. D. 1810. at Slar Starke. Florida

3 p.m. Rev. G.G. McAuthor and Florida.(SEAL) clerk and file of the the above original styled with court the (.] CHUCK :

congregation will render service. Inman; D of ThVcircnlt Court. on or before July 6, 1970; other.wIse ylli%
The public is invited. As Clerk a Judgement, may be en. -
In and For Bradford relief STEAK
tered aaalnt you for the ROASTFYNE
GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL rlByldBeulah Moody.A. demanded In the complaint or 4I
A&E Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins, Deputy Clerk petition.Witness hand and the roo .u.
Pastor. Services will begin with 811 tt T.' seal of said Court on June 8.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morning 1970. 11 RRR
I ,service at 11 with the Youth Inman D. Green.As t,1.pNtl
"Nothing makes it harderto Clerk of said CourtBy.
in .charge. The speaker will be Beulah M. Moody.
Miss Sherlie Ann Cohens. All call a spade a spade than As Deputy Clerk
blisters." e.ll 4t 7.2
Youth are asked to please co- -




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Gospel MessengersAt "

Let's GoGardening Bethlehem Bapt. (( (7 GC> (] : ..:

*$ 1 Sunday Special, July Musical 12A programby t UJe'WIP mffdtJf1ll1.diTtP. {f If! (jff JtI1Irf/) : -rU -

& The Gospel Messengers will .

.. be given at the Greater Beth.
1fy Bervey Snorpci! Editor: lehem Freewill Baptist Church

Florida Agricultural Ks- Sunday July' 12 at 6:00: p.m.
tneloa Rervlca The Gospel Messengers area

Don't give your lawn a close can try Bagon or Sevin. Many formed recently from this LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125,Northwest of Law- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- School, 11 a.m.a.m. Youth
shave when you return from va- it the earwigs will survive the area. They specialize In string 1404 E. Bessent Bead tey. Sunday School, 10 a.m.MornIng Morning Worship and Communion Ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening ing Fellowship Worship 6 ,p.m. Choir Prac-

cation.A nsecticide application.However, and vocal music. Membersof SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. Worship 11:15.: Sunday Night Service, 11 a.m. Evening ser- Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer tice, Wednesday 8 p.m.
crew-cut--.especially after lie feeling that you are getting the group are: David and !Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacra- Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. -Rev. Robert D. Burch
the grass has grown tall and revenge will give you a moral Retha Hodges Tommy' and ment 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: () p.m.Rev.. Worship service J.C. Saunders, pastor.
shaggy--Is more torture than victory even If the earwigs remain Doris Anderson, David and MondayMia 7:30 p.m.' Albert Knight, pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell.i1A4'TOALCHRISTIAN GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
most grasses can stand. as unwanted guests. Angie (
Eddings. TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m.
Get the grass back in the well Watch out for army worms In The public is invited. WednesdayRelief Society PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL. Highway 100-A
groomed habit by nipping onlyan the lawn. They can ruin Bermuda Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
inch or two at the first cut- and St. Augustine grassIn 7:30 p.m. President Worship, 11 a.m. Pre- : CHURCIF School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- ing Worship, 11. Training Union,
Dean Hansen Branch
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Union 7p.m. Worship 8.
ting. Then after three to five a hurry. Sevin or dlazlnon Services (Booster Band Young ship, 6 p.m. Training 7 p.m. Evening
days, mow the grass down to a will control this pest if used Services Held People and Prayer Service), 8 ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening' Evening Worship. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 8
height of two inches.Be according to the manuCacturer'srecommendations. For Mrs. DarrahOf JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Worship, -James Shaw, pas- Wednesday7:30 Prayer Services p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy.pastor.
or. Wednesday
sure to remove the heavy BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Midweek Service, Wednesday 1st and

clippings from the lawn. Leav- HamptonMrs. 301 North, behind Tas- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, night-1 p.m. Family night. Sunday KINGSLEY School LAKE 9:30;BAPTIST Training
ing clippings on the lawn will Freez Drive In, Sunday lias tor.
.ee BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor-
almost smother the to
death. grass ANNUALSGet Myrtle Darrah, 58, of School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; 7:30
Hampton, was pronounced dead Temple pastor. Sun- 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting
Centipede lawns often take on ready for fall annuals. Remember -
Service 7:30 Wednes- BAPTIST.CHURCH Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Eve-
p.m. HOPE day School 10 ;
upon arrival at a Starke hos- a.m. Ron Bris- Wednesday.
cast leachIng most of the choice annuals
yellowish -
a following -
100 at Theressa) ning Worship, 7p.m. Wed.Prayer -
pital Sunday morning followingan (Highway tol, Superintendent. Training ; Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
summer rains. are planted during Augustand extended illness day.Leroy Olive, pastor, E.L. Sunday School- 10 a.m:, Morn- Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Doug- Meeting and Bible Study, 7

You can restore the green color September.For Mrs. Darrah was born in Griffis, associate pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training las, Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
by spraying the with an best results, University
iron sulfate solution.grass Apply a ornamental specialists recom- MoundsvUle, W. Va., on May 19, Union6:30: p.m.; Evening.Worship. II a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, G.F. 'Prevatt, pastor. Everyone ..unda)' School, 10 a.m. Morn-
1912. She had been a residentof DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 7:15: p.m.Wednesday music director. Welcome. ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training
spray mixture of 2 teaspoons of mend sowing the seeds in a flat. BROOKER Prayer Ser-
the iron compound per 3 gallonsof In these shallow boxes you can Hampton for the past 17 years Union, 7p.m. Evening Worship
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship vices7:30 Rev. Merle
: p.m.
and was a member of the Chris- 8 p.m. Wednesday night ,
water 50 feet of control conditions better thanif
per square Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCh welcome.L.L. .
tian Church. HEILBRONN BAPTIST 7:30 p.m. Everyone
lawn Chelated iron planted the seed in the
area. pro- you
Is her Carl p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- CHURCH HIGHWAY Sunday Service: Sunday School,
ducts also are recommended for flower garden.To Surviving husband, 16 N. Parker, pastor.
coloring up a washed out colored insure disease-free seed- Darrah, of Hampton; two sons, <':1 ev. Lacy Conway: pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morn. 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,10:45 CHURCH
Robert Darrah, Hampton, and GRAHAM ing Worship, 11. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST
lawn. lings, purchase CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -
Charles Darrah, Las Vegas, 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.
Don't become alarmed if and plant them in clean
you Clair St., Starke. Worship, II a.m. and 7 p.m. 11. Training Union,
422 N. St. ig Worship,
Nev.; one brother, Robert Hug- Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: p.m.
discover earwigs in lawn.A soil. You can make the soil free
your Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -J.C. Brown,, minister 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.:
number of home owners have if most germs, weed seeds and gins, Cleveland, Ohio; one sis- and 7:30( -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor
Services, 11 a.m. p.m.
ter, Mrs. Virginia Hall Glen-
reported them. soil pests by baking the earth In
Y.W. Kidd, pastor. _. .
dale, W.Va. and one grandchild. -Rev. --- --- --------- -- --- --- ---------
an oven for an hour and a half ; --- - - --- - - - - -
These vicious-looking little insects ,
Funeral services were held
at 170
may startle you. Howeverthe at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Prior to planting, treat the
conspicuous pair of hooksat OF STARKE
braveside In Hope Cemetery with
the end of their abdomen belies seed to prevent decay,pre-emer- West Weldon St. and Ralford I
damping-off and other ail Rev. DeWitt T. Farabee officiating t
their looks. Earwigs do not ments. It takes only a cople of Interment was in chargeof Road A Radiant
live to the superstition of Sunday School: 10:00 a.m,11:00a.m
up minutes to treat a package of DeWltt C.Jones Funeral Home.
attacking people in the ear. C.A. Services: 7:00: p.m. :
seed. All you do is tear off a Services. CLEAN LIFE
University of Florida Agri- Evangelistic I i
corner of the packer, toss In No Mid-Week
Station Wednesday
cultural Experiment entomologists :
a small pinch of seed protestant Old Flies .
are Glory High Service.
say earwigs thorugh the opening and mix it The housewife deans, her home until It .shine
humans and Pastor T.E. Gilly
harmless to are :
with the seed by shaking the More Americans are displaying t
not apt to damage lawns. They the Slurs and Stripes. with it riiilitiiu-c,\ that girt contentment and 1 joy intlio.e A' .
are commonly found beneath packet. Spergon, Arasan and Se- ) SMYRNA MISSIONARY +
boards, in wood piles, under mesan are among the chemicalsyou Joseph Crone an official of BAPTIST CHURCH I \\hu view it. II t
leaves, and in other plant may choose to use for treat- Annin & Co., New Jersey com- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- I

material. They become numer- Ing seeds. pany which makes. flans, said vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. It pli'iisps' iixl; to see our lives\ clean and whole :
ous in well kept lawns. Ear- When the plants are about 2 that they had projected a sales Preaching, 11 a.m. Training I
wigs are largely scavengers Inches high in the flats, trans- increase! for 1970 of 10 to 15 Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship ""IlIL'. We nil need help| to kee|> our lives clean .44//
feeding on dead and decaying plant them to another box, spac- sales 7 Everyone welcome. I t
organic matter. They rarely damage ing them about 2 inches apart. per) cent but right now -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor David prayed' to Cod; for help( in this matter. ,
plants.In Before setting the plants in the are up about 30 per! cent. I t
Two other makers estimatea ',,1.. in t'tt-utt Itt'ttrt/, t) tint/ tnitl, n. .nI'itfltt
the event you find earwigsare garden, harden them to wind and CONGREGATIONAL. HOLINESS I ( '' tin' 11 / ; i-rin y II t
becoming a nuisance you sun. 70 per cent increase! over last CHURCH "
year, while Woolworth's national Sunday Scholl 9:45: a.m.,Morn- I ; Mjtit'ii; rr'.il"i"II"'. t

flair buyer claims current ing Worship 11 a.m., Youth Ser-
Lean: upon' the Lord. :Seek hi* help and he \\ill
demand! for American vice 5:30: p.m., Evening Worship, I t tt

flairs is greater than (during 7 p.m. not dray, it. Attend church this :Sunday and let '
nteht Prtyer Meet- t t tI
World War II. Thursday ; .
7:30: p.mIvy Luke, Pastor your life centeivd in the Laid k ,
I .


A one-week revival will start Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; t t.t t.t
Monday night, July 13, at the New Sunday School II. Sunday Eve-

River Baptist Church River Baptist Church with ser- ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training I ; t ,tf L t
vices each 8
evening at o'clock. Union, 7:30.: ..dF
Homecoming will be Sunday,July ThursdayTeachers and Of- i Es> hr ai I
19. Everyone invited.The speaker ficers Meeting, 6:30. Prayer 1l
will be Rev. Alan Price from : I t I
JULY 13TH THRU 18TH Meeting 7:30.Edward: .
Port St. Joe, and John Scaff, of C. Harvey, pastor.ST. I
Worthington, will lead the t '
Services Will Begin At 8:00 P.M. singing.IF .

WE DON'T HAVE IT Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd
Rev. Allen Price -- EvaggelistHOMECOMING | we'll get it for you. Office Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer t'n.

Supplies, Furniture, Equip, 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m.
ment. Bradford County -John M. Flynn, Rector.


.Chucch.il God I oppoinltd ogtniy in Itiil wocld lot ipnoding, Iht knowledge of Hit' lo..
'for mon and ol'Hit dimond'lot man lo respond lo'Iliol Ian by toning lil. neIghbor, Without, 4 '
| Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; 'Ihn grounding, .in 'Ibt I lo>. of God no ,o..rnmenl ot unity' Of way of lift will, long fij;; Qpintvtrt
SU I1A Y. JULY 1 10!) WITH DINNER ON TilE Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening *
and the ,IrMdomt. wriiih wt hold to dear will ,mtvitobly push Thirtfort. eon .-' :
GROUNDS Worship 7:30: p.m.; Mid- from a nlfiih' point. ol' ..... ont ihould tuppoit Iht Cliiinn lot Iht lokl ol the ..110... t
'Week Bible Study, Wednesday, -
ol himull and ni< lamll,. Btrond 'Ihol', howtotr, sup ptrun ihould uphold and par V R
EVERYONE WELCOME 7:30: p.m. 'ticipal''' .in tht harsh bnouil il. kits, 'thi hun' about' mon I lilt, death' and dntinr.', 'thl, 'Yt
Business 2rt.IVTc
Be in church Sunday.
truth' whHh alone will, itl him Irtt. ,to lint Ol o child ol God
REV. I. 1.. PARKER, PASTOR Rev. W. B. Mercer, pastor c.,.-.. Ad. !.'.

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: Sales and Service School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship, BRADFORD

,(fi) l' 'If 11; Luague 4 p.m. Night Service, JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES, Inc.

." .'1o >.... ,. 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams ABSTRACT CO.
4 Parrish Motor pastor.
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.:. SALES Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand
Title Problems

Sunday, July 12BrotherhoodMeeting 142 W. Call St. Starke
Always Good Used Can and Breadfast 7:30: :Sun Title Insurance "Check With Us First"

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PEAVY BrotherfElectric tice, Deacons Meeting at Mor-
# -, : Co. Tuesday--Helen Masters
tz :soup at church, 9:30 a.m. Junior Tire Tru-ing
.., It : Electric Motors Summer Music Program, 2 SCarl ,'
., p.m. Ida Darby Group at homeof Headlight Adjusting
Sold Serviced Repaired Mrs. Lola Johnson 3 p.m.

.A. contemporary FolK 1VJUB1.I.U..I: : Generators Starters Armature Ethel Biggs Group, Brownlee Brake Service ----- c:> Trailer
Rewinding. Group, 7:30 p.m.WednesdayLonna. -- -
PRESENTED BV 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 Epperson Wheel Balance and Complete Lubrication

Group at home of Mrs. D.L.
j THEYOUTH : PIANOS Silcox, 3 p.m. Family Night Alignment Hurst Phone 964.6111 Minor Tune-Ups

Supper 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
RA Meeting, 6:30.: Teachers and 1011 N. Temple Avenue
YAMAHA: PIANOS Officers Meeting 7:15.: Church All Minor Repairs 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE
i CHOIR CONN and KIMBALL Choir Practice, 8:15. PHONE 964.5899
i ORGANS 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100

-W.A. Hogan, Pastor.
410 S. Temple Starke



Sunday School 9:45; Morning SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery
Worship, 11; Training Union, 6-

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ORGANS Ice 5:45: ; Family Night Supper, Groceries Meats Feed OluGru to.
: Christian Folk Musical : 6:30: Prayer Meeting
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In the Evening Service in Honor of : WESTERN STORE --Denton Sumrall, Pastor. of>> paper work.UEOAL .- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. 539!) E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

FORMS.FAYROU. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE
: Our Pastor's Return Home.
fcNVEtOMI PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates
7:30 P.M. .
Western Store "Speaking of tranquilizersthere I

wuz even back in grand CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED : Western Clothing Leauier- pa's time there was something

good. Saddles and Trailer to make you sleep. They calledit Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better
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Please.' '- Call 473-3288-- or 473-4182 1 1 new Advance items to Information be offered of Include brand

bedspreads, fitted picnic bas-
kets, and a Polaroid swinger,
to mention a few.

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Mrs. Fremont Tolles, general
chairman of KOP Woman's Club 1 H tb
f{p V events, thanks all the committee
chairman and their members who .
wiped make a success of the IL-

t3J'w veek-long program.
# ra Mrs. Henry Schuber, chairmanof y
the Arts and Crafts show
held at the Municipal Building I

wishes to thank all the club i
members who were hostessesat
the show and the public who

viewed the exhibit.A Most Historic
special thank you to Mayor -- ---
Starnes and the City Councilfor
use of the City Hall. Parade Marshall Rides In Style I

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Mrs. Al Watson Jr. and two
TYRE KEYSTONE ADDRESSES ROTARYThe sons, Tom and Bob, from Savan- By Helen V. tgan:: .-. :,,'
nah have been "'.
Mr. and
visiting ,
Hon. Ralph Tyre, of Lake .J.. .
Mrs. A.B. Watson, Sr. Their .<;. } : '
City, one of our district
repre- daughter Mrs. Agnes Cross and EGAN NOTES- I.,1'1: \
sentatives, was guest speakerat ,i; :..1 ,
granddaughter, Kathy, of Jack- REALITY ;
last Friday's Club .
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luncheon meeting.Mr. sonville, Joined them on the Last week we started our column i : t
Tyre Fourth. All the Watsons are eagerly under the heading of "Re- 'f. \: .
gave outstanding
awaiting the arrival of flections." We are happy to report :
to the Region Committeein
Al Watson, Jr., Captain in the that the hospital Keystonersall .; : : r. .
getting legislation .
adopted to .
U.S. Army, to return from Viet ,
have realized the time that .
of lake
clarity rights front pro- i'k
Nam In early August. t. .
could return home. Mrs.
This t\ .
perty owners. is of vital I. .
Donalda "Dolly" McAra returned .:,
Interest to residents of this area, Marshall Gallop, Jr., who has Friday to her home In Gold-
as so many are lakefront pro- Col-
transferred from Wofford Gold Head Branch State Park.
perty owners, and they aregrateful lege to the University of Florida Mrs. Madeline \
Blakeley also to
to Mr. for his
Tyre efforts.
after his freshman year, was her niece's home on Half Moon
It was reported that 800 per- home with his for the .. .
parents .
Lake. This Is "' .
sons were served at the Rotary weekend. reporter gratefulfor : ,":+---rti. 1". .. '. 4

kick-off fish fry last Saturday Miss Judy Hankins of Jackson- Staff the kindness of the entire .. t'oy ..... ... i
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night, for benefit of the annual ville, former elementary music Bradford Hospital, as .\ "x.- ,%,,_ .1
well the
as cards and letters .
Swim Program, now under ... '
way.A teacher at Keystone Heights High
that came to her while she hada :..... t'
second fish fry, closing the School was the weekend guestof second hospital Regard- Eager Crowd Awaits Fireworks
program, will be held Friday, the Quincey Gardlners. less of losing much of the monthof ;.. : .: .:
July 17, 5 to 7 p.m. Mrs. H.T. Dent is now at home June, the only week she miss- ..;r' -. .

HERE N' THERE after ten days in the hospital. ed was the one just before ...... l..: a
Ray Becker, of Melrose, is "
at Home" June '
on 20. Theseare ..-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert fl rode. home from the University Medical the realities that ;:: ... s

vadt and daughter, Nancy, from Center following eye sur- on when ill, whether one reflects at !11 r.. i Keystone'sCelebration,
Miami spent the Fourth of July gery. home or hospitalized. 51l.l. -:-- ...
weekend with their cousins, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wharton .t.-: .

and Mrs. S.E. McKay. hosted a family picnic Sunday -.t.:"I., ... .... .
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Col- afternoon at their lakefront home COMMUNITY CHURCH ..; :" --- .
gin, Sr. have returned home from on Lake Brooklyn. Fifteen fam- With patience, and cooperative '1.z..i -- !
Winston-Salem, N.C. where they ilies attended.Swimming and ski- working of the membership of ,.--.. .. -. --.. .
attended the wedding of their ing and lots of delicious food Community Church through faith _... :;....;...,. -. .....
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eldest granddaughter Miss Lucy were enjoyed! by all. ful understanding and prayer,
Ann Colgin daughter of the Rev. Miss June Redfearn was hon- Rev. Stewart McCord and his Prize Winner
and Mrs. George L. Colgin, Jr. ored on her twelfth birthday, family arrived this past week,

to John Wilborn Davis. Mr. and July 7, with a party at the home and moved Into the parsonageand .. ,. Scores HitIn
Mrs. Colgin also attended the of her grandparents, Mr. and accepted the unanimous call -: '''t,'
wedding rehearsal dinner given Mrs. W.H. Redfearn, Sr. on Lake to the unoccupied pulpit on Sun- .
by the groom's parents, Mr. Geneva. Swimming, games anda day morning, July 5. Pastor Mc- :- ,'

and Mrs. John E. Davis, at the cook-out were enjoyed by the Cord expressed his grateful and a grand, cooperative effort, The principal speaker, former
Old Town Club. following: Cindy Turknett, Kim humble appreciation for the action aJW1j Keystone Heights civic groups Congressman D.R. (Billy) Matthews -
Mrs. Richard H. Crowell of Crozier, Terri and Lorri Tom- taken Sunday morning, June and businessmen joined In a ta8> urged the crowd to re
Hanover, N.I I. and younger son, linson, Margaret Geohagen, Virginia 28. the town's biggest celebration nvitalize the American spirit on
Peter, are spending two weeks Mann and Debbie and Tam- the 4th of July, attracting some! the 4th of July by resolving to be
with her parents, Co. and Mrs. my Hanks, of Gainesville Pastor McCord, In asumlng the 1,500 spectators to the beach area more productive citizens. "We
David A. Nelson. The older son, pastorate, preferred to arrange for a mammoth fish fry boat cannot expect the government to
Philip, is attending YMCA campon ANGELA AIKEN MASSEY and rearrange the Order of Worship parade, and fireworks display. solve all of our problems" he
Lake Winnipesaukee for four FETED AT SHOWER Service, and desires that he said.
weeks. Dr. Crowell is spendingthe Mrs. Angela Alken Massey, be known as Pastor. Indeed the Mayor G. Raymond Starnes
summer on his research recent bride-elect was feted witha Order of Worship Service, and termed the day an unqualified The $500 fireworks display was
p miscellaneous shower at the desires that he be known as Pas- success and announced plans for tired at dusk by Volunteer Fire-
Lloyd Henderson had a thrill Woman's Club Monday evening. oe known as Pastor. Indeed there 7. making it an annual event. men from a barge anchored in
Saturday afternoon when he made Hostesses were: Mrs. Voncille was quite a change, a refreshingand Lake Geneva. It Is estimated that
a hole-in-one on the fifth hole Ketch, Mrs. Phyliss Hussey, pleasant change Is that as More than 800 persons were in addition to the 1,500 viewing
of the Keystone Heights Golf Mrs. Lois Walker,and Mrs.Mary pastor he is leading the con- served at the fish fry, staged by the display from the beach area,
Course. Playing In the foursome Brokas. Thirty-one guests attended gregation, yet at same time being r. the Keystone Rotary Club as a another 1,500 enjoyed the sight
with Mr. Henderson were: Char- including the mother of one of them as his procedure kick-off for the annual Swim In family groups and parties

lie Head Bill Cole and his son the bride, Mrs. E.F. Alken, and included the congregation in muchof Program, starting Monday, July around the thickly populated lake.

Brett. her mother-in-law, Mrs. Valda the service. His family con- 6. Ray Farris served as masterof

Mrs. Don Shackleford and Massey of Palatka. The refresh- sists of wife,Ina,daughter, Kelly, The colorful boat with ceremonies for all events,anda
daughter, Kerry, have been in ment table was beautifully decorated and son, Peter. Mrs. McCord's parade, welcome to visitors was extended -
from the ridi-
Tallahassee attending the Florida with spring flowers and parents came from their Clear- ranging by Mayor Starnes.In .
to sublime featured
State University Orientationfor cut-glass punch bowls. water home to be with the familyon ,
freshmen. their first Sunday in the Prize-winning "Symbolic" Float everything from a galvanized addition to Rotary and Fire-
Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Aiken spent WOMANS CLUB munity Church.CONGRATULATIONS. com- horfle trough, equipped with outboard men, civic groups cooperating

the weekend in Naples with for- The "post"KOP event,the Flea .k---____=-_______ ___ __ ___ __ ____ __ motor, to gaily bedecked in the program were American
mer Keystoners and Mrs.Aiken's Market sponsored by the Wo- pontoon boats laden with everything Legion, Lions Club, and Spol1Bmen's -

sister, Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Men- man's Club of Keystone Heights, To Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Wy- ew.n .-.,, from bathing beauties t Club. Forty-three busi-
zen. will be held on Saturday, July 11, man, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wy- S Legion Post 202 liberty bells. nesses also contributed funds to
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the man, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. II. Winner of the grand prize, as help finance the fireworks and
Col. and Mrs. Ed A. Timmins Masonic Hall.Homeowners. B. Wyman El, on being great- And Auxiliary well as the trophy for most other expenses. .
had a family reunion over the with articles In grandparents, grandparents, and Install OfficersThe beautiful was the Everett R.
Fourth, which Is becoming an good condition but no furtheruse happy papa and mama on the Richardson family entry, a pon-
annual afflar, at their lakefront for them will find this a birth of twins last week in Brad- toon boat decorated In the patriotic KEYSTONE
home on Lake Geneva. Five gen- practical way to dispose of them ford County Hospital. Brandle joint Installation of Key- theme, with mast-mounted
erations of the Azzie Williams profitably.A Lynn Wyman arrived weighingfive stone-Melrose Post 202 and Aux- American flag flying proudly over
family attended37 In all, fromas stall rent fee of $2.50 will pounds nine ounces and her rv :' iliary of the American Legionwas four of Keystone's most lovely
far away as Ft. lauderdale. be the only expense. Bring your twin brother, Barry L. TVyman., held at the post home in girls. HEIGHTS
The 81st birthday of Mrs. Mat- own table or rent a large one m, weighed 4 Ibs., 11 ozs. Keystone Heights on Thursday, '-w-
tie May Beazlle, sister of Mr. for 50 cents. n July 2. Most Symbolic title was won by
Azrie Williams, was also ob This activity is not limitedto A buffet supper was held from the Roger which family's pon- DIRECTORY
served. club members. The public PERSONALS 6:30 to 7:30: p.m. with Depart- toon entry featured a giant
Holiday visitors with Mrs. ment and District officers In Liberty Bell and the words, "Let
Olive Stevens and her sister attendance. Freedom Ring." Most Historic
Mrs. Mabel Husbands, were their Those installed to office in .p t ,a v trophy went to Don Morgan's entry BEAUTY SHOP

brother and Mrs. C.D. Laiblaw, the Post by 5th District Com- of a pioneer cabin, mountedon
also their two sons and wives mander Ralph Becker of Day- a raft, with costumed child-
and the Laiblaw grandsons, all of tona Post 50 were: James Drew, ren depicting a frontier familyof KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Jacksonville. Commander; R.F. Mitchell, 1st Indian War days. Honors for SHOP
Dr. and Mrs. Richard L.Mack- Vice Commander; C.H. Haber- "smallest" entry in the parade
lln daughter Linda and her friend went to Rick Hayes for his tiny EDITH JOHNSON Owner
Finance Officer Earl All-
Cay Berg all of Oak Ridge, Tenn. ----- stroh ; sailboat dingy, powered by a
Personal and Creative Hair Sty!
house, Chaplain; Kay Renfro, O.J. Murrhee, Sr. has announced -
spent a week with their parents, Elbert D. Saunders, Incumbent five horsepower motor.
Mr. and Mrs. William Walz, of District 2 commissioners In Clay Historian; Gordon Baker, Ser- for re-election as Clay tor Every Form of Beaotr
Lake Brooklyn. Trips to St. Augustine County, qualified Tvv.MUo>for re- vice Officer; and Fred Clark, County Commissioner, District The lead boat, carrying Parade CultureTues.Sat.. 9-5; closed
Crescent Beach and election. Sergeant-at-Arms. 4, In the September primaries.Mr. Marshall Pat Bradley and party, Monday.
boating and swimming In lovely The Clay County realtor Is a Instilled by 5th District 'resident Murrhee was born and was a patriotic spectacle In red,
Lake Brooklyn were real treats. member of the United Methodist Anna Martz of Jackson- reared In Clay County and has white, and blue, and set the key- NURSERY
Dr. Macklin also spent some Church of Orange Park, past ville Unit No. 9 Into office in represented District 4'on the note of the parade with the em-
time visiting fellow professors Master of Cabul Lodge No. 116, the Auxiliary were Eleanor Drew, board for 15 years. blem, "Our Country Celebration
at the University of Florida. past Patron of Order of Eastern President; Nell Grayson, Chap In announcing his candidacy he 1979." Bradley and his "crew" O.C. Carnes Nursery
Arthur Combs of Keys tone Lakeis Star No. 45, York Rite Bodies lain; Evelyn Haney, Secretary- said, "My record is an open of five wore Uncle Sam outfits,
m enjoyingaWsitfromhisgrand- and Morocco Temple.He Treasurer; and Katherine Sin- book In the Clerk's office In complete with starsandstripestop Thousands of plants

How Are You son who Is stationed at the Naval states: gletary, Sergeant-at-Arms. Green Cove Springs. I have hats. Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

Base In Jacksonville, Navy I D. "During my term as commis- missed only three regular meet- Evergreens
At Handling Money? Catllne of Elmira, N.Y. sioner several things have been Ings since being your County Live entertainment, providedby Camellias & Azaleas
accomplished with my support- Commissioner and two of these local musicians, was featured
after WISH I'D SAID were because of a recent heart during the fish fry, and Includedthe MOST ALL IN CANS
magician can hold on to money ---- --- ---- -- The new public library, distri-
Only a his fingers. As bution of commodities, hard sur- attack, which I have completely National Anthem sung by PLANT ANY TIME
It has slipped through THAT recovered from. I continued Miss Elaine.Lovorn of Keystone,
My Neighbors facing of Raggedy Point Road, Beautiful RosesLandscaping -
trick Is to
for the rest of us, the smartest ; widening and resurfacing of SHS- conduction my duties during my the current Strawberry Queen

bank part of every dollar we receive -- 224A, paving SRS-21B In Ridge- 'confinement. I have always vot- and past Rural Electrification t ;
3rst! thing every pay day! 't wood subdivision four laningSR- ed on all Issues and always voted Queen. Phone 659.2165
..D 17, re-surfacing and widening + for the thing that I thought was

We Invite You To Become An -:,. >. SH-21, and paving several streetsin A mind is like a parachute. right for Clay of County.Commissioners the Old 126V 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
Orange Park. "As one your FlorahomeS.
Hwy. 100 at
:. If it is to work it first has to
-- -?\ "I : I have always tried to use
Day Saver! : < k have worked diligently to
Every Pay 3 hard surface Moody Road and be open.-Wm. It. Ua\la The good common sense in operatingyour

Suzanne Drive, and if elected, Three Forks (Mont.) Herald. business.I am a large county E. McKAY. REALTOR

BANKMember ; I will continue working to com- taxpayer myself, but have never KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-43U
KEYSTONE STATE plete this project. I will also hesitated to tax myself when Appraisal
L/ work to complete plans for the "The great advantage of u necessity Is proven to me. Service
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. construction of a new courthouseand parking lot is that it gives( us "I have always worked for n The Best la Lakefront
of all of Clay Countyand fW Homes Acreages. Rental
Jail. Homebody to blame the progress
Friendly Bank In Your Friendly "I not just District 4.:I will ASSOCIATES
"Your tU feel the experience of serv- crumpled fenderon.--E. M.ltemsburgTheVista "The trouble with being
Mrs. Melba
Community. ing 'continue to work for all of Clay nn 4734740Col.
as your commissioner qualifies -
In the future I haveIn pleasant is people think J. ChCMlnftoa 473-4m
"Oh, come off it! me to understand the problems Press. County as "
of our County the past." you're a hypocrite. L. J. Robinson 47S-SK1


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you did!We enjoyed staying home, JIMMY MOORE'S Smith Plumbing Crosby Lake &Crosby Lat

entertaining guests, and ,generally SUN SPORTS Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes
enjoying the lake. Speaking CLASSIFIED AD RATES
and Supply Summer Cottage Or Year-,
of which, was rather busy) last POR RENT: TV sets, baby

week. Summer vacation Is in Minimum Charge __.. .1.75 beds, elec. guitars, amplifiers, MOORE BOAT FOR Round Living.

r r lull swing now, and there's oodles (Covers IS words) refrigerators: day or week. DA. YOUR MONEY Raiford Road All Lots Ready To Go-Cleared
of people taking advantage of HMER'S. P64.7923.: tfehllWATSON'S Graded & Leveled.

:, e this fact. I've seen a good many Each word over 15: -7o Starke Ph. 964-5791 Phone 964-6023 Priced From 99500. Financing -

t5 people fishing, as well as ski SOc Extra Charge If not Available Can 964-7701.

ing and boating. Well to be(rank, paid In advance Complete Outboard & Contracting and Repairs FOR RENT-Summer cottage

it's hot where I'm working on House of Vacuum Stern Drive Service and Plumbing Fixtures Klngsley Lake new duplex.
this column, so I'm going to CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
Repair. Complete Fiber Water Heaters
Many brand of :new vacuum Call Merritt Williams 964-5391
right to the news, so I can
pIM get get out of here.Thursday 11.50 Per Inch $39.00 up.! Used machines from glass!' Repair. Custom- Water PumpaSTENeExpertenced office or 964-7788 borne.

night, we were visit- Memorials Resolution $10 Expert Repairs, ,all makes. built Fiberglass Fishing tfohg

f ed by cousins Buddy and Merle Proclamations, etc -7c word Ports and Accessories for all Boats. SEMI: DRIVERS NEEDED
Melton vacuums. Built In Central vac
Ellis of Gainesville. Otis
CARDS OF THANKS In credit Train! NOW to drive :semi truck
LonnIe and Nor- uum cleaning systems. 712 N.
and his
local and the road. You
office over
50 . Gainesville 376-7110 ;..6 I'll .... dispatch and general :
A ma Melton, of Hampton,and Norma's words or Isss ._ ..3.00 Main t ,1':
can earn over $4.00 hour,
work, desirea:! employment. per
mother Mrs. Parsons, of
word over 50-70
5332492. tfchg after stiyit: training. No( experience
from Phone
Ohio. Guests helping us celebratethe PHOTOCOPIERS: $99.50 MARY
--- to $625. Take the drudgery out necessary;:' For interview
holiday included my aunt
I Caught Off The Dock Clara Sullivan of Willison, who SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic of paper work.-Bradford County FOR ed cottages RENT2- Klnglesy air condition Lake and application: call: 904-
< 38-4607. or write Safety Dept.,
the week with us Tel"cranh. tf
Is spending ;
Letters all sizes .
colors. Permanent Call at night Ph. United Systems, Inc.. care of
was her first big one. After that Roy and Tennte Crenshaw and 5332366tfchg
use on wood, glass CARTER
Hi, sports fans. Have the fish Joan of Gainesville who NOW IN STOCKConstruction (Mercury Motor Express Term
she wants to keep a shiner out daughter
been biting for you lately? They all of the time. She and my spent Friday night and Saturdaywith ANYTHING Elastic paper I -Bradford metal, leather Paper. All colors !in 'the .rain- :FOR RENT-.F1ve room houseor Blel::., 1716 McDuff Avenue N.,
haven't been doing too much for County !bow. Tele- lle\
father and Aunt Clara Sullivanof us; David and Mary Stegalland Telegraph. tf Bradford County Hampton Lake. Two large Jackson Florida 32205.

me. Last Monday, Otis Melton Willis ton went to the Okla- children, Lisa and Lamarof linin),. tfPAYE'S PAINTSNEW 'screened! porches 468-1528 L. 2bohg. 7-9
and Willie Stineson and WUlle'sbrother
waha River and caught a nice Wllllston; Ronnie Slegof Lynn; 7-!)
Southern Marine A. Wynn. 2tp for
came over and we went FABRICS First! qual- Fresh Ranch Eggs sale
string offish. Palma and Hubert Bill and Barbara Stegall
to the bass. We woundup ity dress drapery, upholstery Just south, cf E Feel, Mill 964-5760
out try David and Freddieof and! Fast withQoBeS&
Chitty, Linn and Oulda Quick, dren, Larry Moved To Gainesville REDUCE SAFE
with two bass and two mud Hamiltonand material. Notions chenille bedspreads Dc cn.LU'I3! :;: 350 Med. 21:':).
Butler E-Vap
Lake and
and Kenneth and Kay Padgettall ; Faye New NameGainesville ITEMS ; Tablets
fish. The schooling bass were tapestries. Also sec Small: 24c. 2tp.
Cindy and Cathy Pharnmcy.
of Starke were also there daughters "Water Pills" Andrews -
there and taking our shiners, cads mill ends.: BankAmeri-!
and friends of Gainesville. MarineLYNN
camping for the weekend. some WALL 6tp 8-jt
but we couldn't catch them. I Roy Griffin of Griffin's Lodgewas Friends will be interested to card ,land Master Charge. Open PAPER LADIES-OWN YOUR OWN

went out Tuesday afternoon with fishing with Paul Broome learn that Ava Griffin and Travis HAMILTON MOR. Monday 10-7; Tues. through Unpainted Furniture USED CLOTHING Ladles PIXIE SHOP

Kenneth Padgett of Starke and last Sunday and they caught 20 Wynn of Starke were mar- Johnson Motors Cobra. Boats Sat., 9-7; Sunday 16. Hwy. 301 dresses, skirts blouses, shoes With a complete line of po

we didnt' have any luck. My bass, the largest one 11-3/4 Ibs. ried recently. Marine Supplies 1'6 J' ml north of Walrfo. ''tfr.1f Wood Kit and other ladle: ivear. Child- pular iprtced dresses, sports-
mother was fishing off the dock Graining will wear, O and! shoes for ladles! and
Tuesday he and Mr. Zellner and Fred and Corlne Thieman of 1030 E.University Ave. rons and metis ctethlng. I
Tuesday with a shiner and had nephew caught 11 bass and 12 Jacksonville are spending this Gainesville EXPERIENCE PAINTER-In- buy this .week: Christian Books. girls can be yours. We assist
better luck. She brought In an side and outside work. Reasonable K-80 Paint Remover 128 N. you in renting your building
shellcrackers. Saturday morn- week at their lake home on va- Faith Bargain Store
8 ib. black bass, 26-1/2 inches rates. Satisfaction! guar 7-15 purchase and set-up: of your
ing Roy and Mr. Broome caught cation. Weekend guests were Mr. Court. St. 3tp
long. lie was a beauty lie jumped anteed. Call Norman Hall 475-
6 bass. Well that seems to be and Mrs. Buddy Mangum and 102 EAST BROWNLEE fixtures and complete foraHm
three times before she landed all of the news for now, so until children and Mr. and Mrs. Red 1958._4t 7-16 FOR SALE-Amana freezer $800.00 cash nccsssary; ; total

him and almost caused her to next week, Goodbye and Good- Lee and children, all of Jack- SEARSHas DID YOU KNOW It's to STREET automatic defrost- upright 365 cost of $3,500.00,8'30,000 merchandise -
this easy
have a heart attack since 1 Box
luck! sonville. lb. cap. $150 cash, Rt. on conrti"m3n.t ait
own a Longchamp Home?
Barbara Barrows Mr. and 267B. Stnrke. Itp our cur risk.! Over 100 entail:
Better ,built for Florida livIng ... :t\IIM ;: .... _
Mrs. Fraser and boys of Jack- Everthing ; \ '":" ."" { "fr Your plans or ours. Your FOR SALE-Sony 530 Stereo
sonville and Patti Fraser of Tal- south. Only one franchise pel;,
yyyyyyyyyyyyvvvvYvvmBROOKER ham Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe lot or ours. Contact Buford TYPEWRITERS: : Manual or Tap) Recorder phis tapes $375.
lahassee were weekend guests town wrti'a: or call collect: Mr.sHoelz
and family of Keystone, and Mr. STARKEPhone Mitchell; phone 964-6853. P. O. Electric. For sale or rent. New Americana Encyclopedias:
of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Barrows. r, P. O. Box 51429, Jack;
Bradford \
and Mrs. John Hendry of Lake DOle 238 Starke tfchg County Telegraph. 32500. Phone 964-5706 Up
Butler. Mrs. Helen Walker, Mr. and 964-6843 onvUle Beach. Fla. 32250;.
Mrs. Bowen Perrltt and Mr and ;- -- Itchg
--- PURPLE TIPPED Crowder phone: 904-246-7426.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maybenof Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE Tetanus Toxoid pick them. Morris: Carters: SEE THIS ONE
% Gainesville are the proud 1
par- Reddish and of
Dolph family
Sleeping: Sickness Farm. Itp 3 bed Florida Room 2
ents of twin born June 30. IF WE rooms
boys, Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Don- DON'T IIAVE IT
Deep & Shallow\ Wells Distemper: Hepatitis tile 'baths liv.. & din., large I'
GREEN REUNIONThe They have been named Russell ald Conner and sons of Starke we'll get it for you. Office: WANT TO RENT Immediately

50th annual family reunionof Earnest and Harold Fredrick. were Saturday guests of Mr. Supplies, Furniture, Equip. Water Softeners & Filters Comblotlc 3 or 4 bedroom' house In Lake kitchen: tattle, fan' and touttt-tn:and.

Robert II. & Lucretia Green Mrs. Mayben will be rememberedas and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter. ment. Bradford County: Expert Service On ANDREWS DRUGS Butler of Eilarke. area. Phne gas. heater' fcj'lt-in: rangs

was held last Sunday at the New the former Mary Green, Charles, Louise and Paulette Telegraph. All Makes Lake Butler! 4963101. Itp oven. Large lot, :paved street
River Baptist Church.Out of town daughter of Mr. & Mrs. R, H. Strandberg, Paul, Lee and Greg Plumbing Service walking! distance: : of school: ands:

relatives and friends present Green, Jr. of Brooker. Strandberg of Jacksonville, Sam, WANTED LISTINGSOn Phone 964-7061 FOR RENT12' wide 2 be-J-:! EZERASE TYPEWRITER shopping Price! 18000.00::

were: Mrs. Idell Coleman and Mrs. Willa Mae Coleman of Dorothy and Charles Henry But- Homes and Acreage Buyers rcom traJer outside city PAPER Mlmeo Paper Bond! 4200.00 dawn: 5% Int. on bal

Mrs. Willa Mae Lloyd of Bradenton Bradenton was the overnight ler of Ormond Beach and Sammyand Waiting Strout Realty Reg. DURRANCE PUMP limits j. B. White 9646114. Paper, Notebook Fillers. ance. A. J. Thomas, Realtor.

Harold Fredrick Green, R. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Betty Butler of Miami were Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. AND SUPPLY CO. itfcbxBARRETT Bradford County Telegraph. Tel. 964-5701

H. Green ni, Mr. and Mrs. JohnH. Stokes. weekend guests of Mrs. Jo Ph. S64-6609 Starke. Fla.
Surrency, Mr and Mrs. Lee Mr. and Mrs. John Hendry of Strandberg.Mr. INSURANCEAT WANTED

Green and Mrs. Zada Kortz, of Lake Butler, Anna Barfield and and Mrs. X.M. Smith and For all your Real Estate\, REDUCED RATES TOR" SALE UaUard Just- ataited Gospel Band

Gainesville, Anna Barfield, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Hendry and family of Starke were Saturday NeedsBuy Sell Exchange AUTO FIRE, BOAT 2 month oM tS.ot pair.toe Needs Good AjnplHer, Mikes

and Mrs. William R. Stewart, family of Jacksonville, R. H. guests of Mrs. H.T. Smith and Appraisals. Expert DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE +-5543, U etc. Call 864-7337 and .I.eve.

Mrs. Jeanette Nixsen and fam- Green KI, of Gainesville, were Mrs. Ruby Wolfe. Advice on all Real AGENCY Water Conditioning Phone No.MUST.

ile, and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron McGowan) stats Problems Call tcllw and Co.
Hendry and family of Jackson- and Mrs. A.D. Fussel and enjoyed and Jeffery and Mrs. Moore of BILL POWELL Pump

ville, B.T. Anderson, of St. home made ice cream. Vidal, Ga., Mr. and Mrs Mac Reg. Real Estate Broker
Petersburg, Mrs. Ferne Wolfe, Rickey Mayben of Gainesville, McGowan of Hllllard. Mr. and Phone 964-6464 BAIRDMobile 130 Court Street Experienced LEAVEEVERYTHING

Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Marklee is spending several days with Mr. Mrs. J.E. McGowan, Jimmy and Starke Plaza Starke Homes Phone( 96&-5832

Brannen, Lake City, DellaGoodie and Mrs. A.D. Fussel. Robbie of Jacksonville,were Sat- tfchg Sewing Machine

Starke Etta Dval, QraTHP Steve Wynn of Starke was the urday guests of the Jack Millers. NEW and USED STARITEWater

overnight guest of Tony Gastlen Jack and Lou attend the Grisham 8.10-12' WideGainesville Operators GOES

Saturday.Mr. appreciation day in Palatka Friday iller. Conditioners

and Mrs. Ronald Brlston Gov. Kirk was also a guest. Brown Good and Pumps BEST OFFER

and family are spending two Mr. and Mrs. Bill Griner, Mar- Quality WELL DRILLING *" Single Needle

weeks vacation with relatives in cia, Linda and Carol were recent Reasonably Priced Sales House & FurnitureCar
and Rentals
New York and Washington, D.C. guests. Gainesville; 378-2785 *. Safety Stitch
Mr. and Mrs. James Kidwell Friends will be Interested to Serviced, Guaranteed and Repair Department
of Brockton. Mass is visiting *. Double Needle
learn that Donnie Osteen and Delivered In Starke Area Truck
24 Hour Service
Mrs. Alberta Stokes and daughter Doris Lutgen were married recently olkawtigenew
Ruby. and are living in the Lut-
1 Mr. & Mrs. N. G. Hayes, Jr. gen home. .II UNd t..fI: ). rS 441 N. 4501 NW 13th $1.80 Per Hour Trailers!

and family are spending their Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hlmes Sales Service Gainesville\ 378-3785:! FOR RENT-Mountain! Cottage: ,

vacation in the mountains this of Pompano and Mrs. Ruth Mc- completely! farnlfhjd. WeEks and up Chopping MachineBan

week. Michael were Saturday guests of 1 Ml. North of The Mall available July Augueb>t> and Saw

Debbie Sorrels Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwood. GAINESVILLEVICTOR FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse .Sptcn-jSr.:: R. E. Edmondson For Willing Workers! AirCond.Horses .
spent last week with her grand- Mrs. W.H. Harvey of Mersdan; : 3 bedroom, 1 bath, cen- St>ar Route Box 32. Black

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ga and Mrs. Jewel Woodard of tral heat & air-conditioning.. Corner Mour.tnin.: N. C. 28711. Phone

4 Dyal. Waycross visited Mr. and Mrs. lot Phone 9B4-53S7. tfatq ((704)) 669-6301.: tfchg Apply in person only, Saddles
SMr. and Mrs. Lavern Dyal and E.W. Revels
over the weekend.
family were visiting Mr.and Mrs. The James Kinchen family of MASTER Add Machines, with withstand weather20c each, 8:00 A.M. to 4:00. 1'.l\I.
Harold Sorrels in Jacksonville Jacksonville E. LaRue Chickens
were down last week George
subtraction. SPECIAL. ttiLj $2.25 doz. Special price on larger
and had lots of company helping Mon. thru Fri. Golf; ) Course
month only $69.05. Ideal for quantities. Bradford County INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
them celebrate. Their
visitors home or light! office work.- Telegraph, tf
included: E.O. Howard and family Bradford fire! Homeowner I Riding Mower
County Telegraph tt
of Ormond Beach, R.C. Flo- WANTED: Used Wrln r-W.&h- LIFE & ACCIDENT Co.
Vogue Mfg. Also 78 Acres :301
ward and family, Marcia Kay REMINGTON prop-
Landclearing CASH REGISTER ft. Will pay cash or take in Keystone freight. 473-4093
and Allen Stokes
and Mrs. N.M. 2-total erty.
: electric slightly trade
on anything. DAHMER'S
710 S. Water St.
*" Veal, all of Jacksonville R.L.
BULLDOZING used. Cost new, $40.:! Save $100. 8647923. tf chg
Burns and family of Belvedere, Starke, Fla. PHONE 961-5245
MOWING Our sale price $3:0.-Bra:: S.C., (were there for the week- $6.98 8 track tapes for sale
FIRST NAME IN ,, County Telegraph. tf WILL BUY: Used Appliances
SMALL TRACTOR WORK end), M.E. Edwards and family, Furniture! TV's, Stereos. anything Icr $3.98 or $3.50 with a 'trade
CARS and Mrs. In rt DAHMER'S. Discount'
Black and chil-
Fill Dirt and pair! cows and cf value DAKMER'S.AMANA .
dren of Starke. House. tfchg
DATSUNGAINESVILLE Lime Rock The Marvin Faircloth family Mostly Angus acme 7-fcot chest freezersthat '! ctr HIP///
purc rot.: Dalph: E.. Reddish 4 and 8 Track Stereo Tape
of Jacksonville BRADFORDSEPTIC
Qualified Operator were also down, Starke, 964-7220 or 964-6280. carry a 5-year warrantyfor
Players for for sale only
and entertained guests Including: labor and parts, for only: cars RFAOTVIEWANTADS
2nd Ave. 2nd St. S, E.Galne1'i'i1Ie Phone !)64-7705) Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Berry and _____ Itchg $14993 at DAHMER'S. tfihg $49 93 at DAHMER'S Discount TANK

Florida Starke, Florida Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Four Miles Out House fchg COMPANY

Boree and Marsha, D. Maddox, Ralford Road 8 Cubic\:!: Foot wa'nut! grain DemO !- WANTED Ladles for Trt-
Mr. and Mrs. Roan Boree Mr. -lico Freezer, like new.
MODERN MASONRY HOME; Chem Liquid Emb'.'otdsry. Owned & Operated By
---------------- -- and
Mrs. Toby Berry, Danny Holds 210 Ibs. Nearly: half priceat
Large Living Room Write Box 3S7. Palatka: : Fla.
and Nick Jacobs, all of DAHMER'S Discount House. I
Jacksonville Paneled: Family Room 4tp 7-16 DON NEWMANS and J

CUSTOM WORK Many Many Extras _tfchg MICHAEL DOBBS.
FOR SALECity lots 414 N.
Only $18,850 FOR SALE-Horse- stud. 4'4'
Wntor! !St.; tfchg
: BROKER year Bridle and caddie. No
Slaughtering Chilling 984-6464 964-6810 iliad habits. Hampton 468-1809. FOR SALT.-11 cu. foot freezer

.- _Up. 628:! Ibs.: edacity: ; $199.88 Western : !-
Cutting WrappingFor Auto : 9646841.
CARL goon:
BEGGS FOR SALE-G. E. McbLle Maid 2tchg 7-9 PUMPING
Deep Freeze Gulf ServiceUSED 964-7600 It -
PARTS Phone 964-6647
FOR SALE-Reslstered toy Ned!' vacant: land and email
'Top Prices for Wrecked Cars Poodles call: after 4:30: p. m. f.rms. In Bradford and surrounding Starke, Fla Uchg

21$ Hour Wrecker Service 864-7092. Up counties. Pleas! con-
ALSO BEEF FOR DEEP FREEZEBY tact Janie Cooley, saleslady!
-- Fuel Oil GROOM AND CLIP your Poodles. Kingaley Lake 5332711. Frank

QUARTER HALF 500. Call Kathy :Mysrs M'keal'!
E. 933
Used Cars League Brooker BIO PENS. Ball Point tee TYPEWRITERS: Manual 01'

OR WHOLE NOW COMPLETE! Hwy. 301) N. Waldo 5332415. 4thg 7-30 Ave.. Jacksonville, Fla. phone fin, Bradford County: Ttanph. .> Electric. For sale or rent.
388-9873. 2Lpd 7-9
Bradford County Telegraph.PRODUCE .
468.1998National WANTED beirosm: : furnished .
An entirely new
in the apartment.! S.rjle: man: benIn WANTED: ?.::n cttage parent::

translation\ this area 23 years. Write! G, and some married: C3ues: : a 13

language of today. Drawer A. Starke. Up 21 through 60. Stating: pay.

SULLIVAN'SMARKET Standard Editionin Sewing FOR SALE-Double: bedstead $347 month! pr person. Pro- DAN
one volume mcticn! : opportur.lttes: and: regular -
Machine Inner spin matress. boxed:
The Old and New Co., : ir.cri2s: In pay. 8 hour AND
springs: good condition.:! Phone
Testaments $3.95 Largest selections from which 473-4243. Itp day 5 dy'cek.: sick leave:

With the Apocrypha to choose Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco, vacations, st't3!'! retirement If SEA FOOD

$9.95 New Home. & Universal.!! LOSTED Chihuahua white interested: pIuS apply in Per

WE HAVE COPIES This Ad Worth 83.00 On Any: with black sp:>t. Black eye. son.: Personnel:::: Manager Sun-

SEE US TODAY! Purchase fcolgthi 4Vi Ibs. name Shadroclc: land Training Center, Gainesville "
or Repairs 11t
in vicinity: cf Lea tan: Morgan Fla. An equal oppoitunl-: FRESH Iltt'.e""

Lawson's Market) 611 W. University Ave. 378-1355 Road REWARD. Phone 964- ty emoloyor.! : tf-chg .
(Formerly BULLINGTONStudioJewelry.GUts SEWING 6922 It i\o I 1 1' II
MACHINE Cleaned, FOR RENT-Nlcsly furnished!

Betty & Felix Sullivan oiled and adjusted In YOU1'home. FOR RENT-Six! roam: upstairs room apantntnt'! & bath on Home Grown Vegetables
Starke Florida 32091 .
300. Vacuum cleaner nartmeut.: Adults: only. Nn< ground floor. Cuple) or one

Phone, 964-7059 repairs. also. All work guarante.ed. pets. Mrs. W. B. MundY 533- person. NO pets. $30 per mo. 332 N. Temple Ave. Old Atlantic Station
.:. :'::::::i'X::::::::: ;::: :;:::;:;:;:;<:::::::::::;:; Dennis E. Cogging. PhOne 2252. 'tfchg Electricity end water lursishd. -
Uthi Call 964-7983. ItChg


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