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 18, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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.' federal officials indicated! i
., ,. A public hearing on the 1970- and $75 Increments for comple- here Tuesday.
'1/-' 71 schools budget is set for tion of up to five training courses.
Zoning Code .. ". \ ;i/.. .. +M 7:30 p.m. on Monday, July 27. Casey's recommedation is fora The two schools are RJE Ele-

.' .J, .... 1 Iji Meeting Monday night mainlyto $150 across the board increase. mentary In the Reno section of
/ r cafe-
YYw'i That would beginning
hear non-Instructional salary put Starke and Anderson Elementaryat
/ i 411 teria workers at $1,650 and give Lawtey. Though they have
"' 1$ { J recommendations from Supt,
.;:::.. Tom Casey, the School Board Integrated faculties, no white pupils
For I Continued ,on Page Four)
AdoptionA attend the two schools which
decided to go along with Casey'srecommendation
\,- .. i .. ,) to have the pub- have a total of 275 of Bradford's
-" '- T./7' ..; lic hearing July 27. But the 6 More 3,700-plus pupils.
t tI'
'. Board asked for a work session No agreement was reached with
proposed zoning code for Bradford County has -, next Monday, July 20, at 7:30: three federal officials,who visit
been given the final stamp of approval, after a public "' .. ; -- the date Casey said lie can deliver ed here Tuesday, on a plan to

hearing Friday night, by the County Zoning Com u. .. ; a completed budget., QualifyTo submit to the U.S. Middle DIs-
mittee and the matter irned to the trict Court In Jacksonville by
over County _. -" The superintendent also will 20. It
.. Monday, July was uncer-
Commission! with the redoNotice nmendation it be adopted.the / ". ..,- give board members a list of RunCounty tain Tuesday, when the meeting

of another public hear- authority under which the : '. present salaries of non-instruct with the U.S. officials broke up
ing Monday, August 3, at 2:30: county is acting. P.ttt. tonal personnel.They agreed withCasey's about 5:30: p.m., whether or not
p.m. has been Issued by the About 40 persons attended the / VY; recommendation that county school officials: would sub-
county; commissioners. At that zoning committee's public hear- / salaries of supervisory non-In- mit them detailed plans to take
time the Commission will consider ing Friday. Members of the committee structional personnel and secre- back to Atlanta.
the zoning measure for present were Torode, taries be reviewed individually. Six more candidates qualified Purpose of the officials' visit
adoption as a county ordinance. Zedra Hamilton (also chairmanof In granting any salary increase. j for county offices in the past here was to assist local school
U adopted as law the Aug. 3 the county commission), Rex Purchasing Agent Tom Nolin 1 week assuring races for at least officials in drawing up a planto
meeting will be the culmination Smith, Ed WalnwrlghtE.W.- w M. is also studying applications from ,three posts.At disestablish the dual school
of three years of work. The ges Jr., Ernest Triest, and Jerome two persons, one of which may noon Wednesday, a total system based on race. It became -
zoning code has been pushed to Johns. County Commiss- be hired as a full-time main- 4 of I nine candidates had qualified. apparent the major bone
completion In the ioners Buck Norman tenance supervisor, Casey said. of contention between the two
past year under Ralph Bry Two more previously announced
... ._ ..., .... .... .,.. That position has been vacant
the chairmanship of John an, and Dave Shuford were also --- -=---. .- candidates have qualified for the partys; was the two all-black
Torode, local Shell Oil dealer, present. since the resignation of Bill 'two year term as clerk of the schools.
who took over the zoning committee Most of the audience was from This was left after a train struck a truck at Ellerbee's curve on Graudons several months ago. circuit court made vacant by The federal officials indicated

a year ago after work the Keystone Heights area. Some SR-121 last week. Pieces of the truck were hauled to Starke in two Further made salary Casey recommendations and which- .:the death of the late Clerk repeatedly that, in their opinion,
had bogged down. questions were asked about the by Charles A. Darby. Gilbert S. the two all-black schools won'tbe
Major assistance has been given code at the Invitation of Chair- trucks. the Board took under advisement ,(Gib) Brown qualified last Thursday acceptable to a committee of

the zoning committee by Bill man Torode. Many questions had wereA 4 July 9, and Maurice Ed- educators In the regional Officeof
boost for the
Alexander of th Rural Planning little to do with the actual zoning $6,500 pay 1 wards qualified Friday, July 10. Education in Atlanta to which
Council of the University of Flo- code being proposed. Majorityof 22 school bus drivers, upping They Join Randy Johns In the they are to report Thursday.

rida who has worked closely with the questions were referredto Train Hits Truck $200 their to average$220 pay month.from Mini-about j Democratic primary. inman V.> Much praise was given the
the committee In guiding formu- Attorney Yawn for an ans- ; mum salaries for bus drivers Green presently appointed Republican county's; educational program by
lation of the code. Tax Asses- clerk, has also quall-
would from month ] the officials who toured the district -
wer."Beautiful $85 per j
go up
sor Gene Long and County At- part is that It can j ed. Tom and
with Casey
and the wouldgo
to $140
torney Theron A. Yawn have also be changed even after the coun- top salary The clerk's race will have have
members of his staff. They
greatly aided the committeeIn ty commission adopts it," Alex- Raiford Man Killed from $200 to $230 boost per month.A for 36. competition at least In the first seen nothing to compare with
formulation of the technical ander told the audience. cafeteria to be made primary and the general elect- Bradford's school system in
employees j
aspects of the code. "There really Is not a lot to Increase in the Ion. So far, It Is the only comfy other Florida counties,they said."We've .
If the code is adopted as law it," Alexander also said of the up by a one cent j 1' race to include Democratic
on Aug. 3, the county commission proposed code. W.M. Miley, 32, Raiford, was caped serious Injury Sunday a->, loss. price of school lunches. Cafe- I and Republican competition. been In all the sur-
will appoint a five member He also explained that one of killed Thursday, July 9, when ternoon when his car went out Nail was admitted to the emer- teria personnel now earn from Primary competition Is also rounding" counties.None approach
of control on SR-15 during a at Bradford County $1,500 to $1,750 for a 182 day you said Attorney Allan R.
board of adjustment and a zoning the most unusual features of his rock hauling ruck stopped gency room j assured for the District
director. Those provisionsare Bradford's proposed zoning codeIs on a railroad track and was heavy rainstorm. It rolled over Hospital and treated for cuts work year plus $50 Incrementsfor Roman of the Desegregation Center -
Included in the special act the classification of land struck by a train traveling 60 three times and was a total and bruises. up to four years of experience (Continued Page Four) In Miami. He asked why!; ,

of tile mph. _____ __ ________ when the county has come so
legislature passed 1965, termed "open rural, which far In Implementing a unitary

Wreckage of the cab of the school system, it hesitates at this
tractor-trailer rig was strewn final step?
for a quarter mile down the Pine Air Farms Consolidates Supt. Casey pointed out the
Seaboard Coastline track. The two schools are neighborhood
i ar h a11 truck was struck 2.8 miles northof schools and defended that philosophy -
Raiford on SR-121 at Eller- for small children. He
bee's Curve, where SR-121 between said Negro parents have as much
: ( Raiford and Macclenny Tri-County Poultry OperationPine right to neighborhood schoolsas
makes an S-curve across the anyone else. Casey noted that
i i iI 4 railroad. ., ., ... Negro residents would object to

According to witnesses, the Air Farms, Inc., of Clay of the Northeast Florida Poul- Other original Incorporatorsare Ray Starnes, of Keystone the closing of their neighbor-
cab of the 1962 Mack llardee County, near Keystone Heights, try Association. Ward, who will : C.B. Hayes, Jr., Lake But- Heights, has served as advisorto hood schools.To .
truck was stopped on the tracks.It has moved into a producer-owned direct milling operations, Is a ler; Dr. O.L.llaynesJrStarke; this group In the formationof that Charles Anderson of
was severed from the rig fully-Integrated operation In well-known Lake Butler busi- R. Edwin Peacock Lake City; the new organization. lie stat- IIEW's Region IV Office of Edu-
and the trailer left standing. Northeast Florida, it was announced nessman and poultryman. and Maxie G. Carter,Jr.,Starke. ed that this consolidation shows cation In Atlanta said the county -
Driver of the truck was thrown today by W. Alton Helots confidence In the bright future might be required to keep
some 30 feet from the point of president of the corpora- for poultrymen acting In unison. those centers open. He stressedthat
impact. The cab of the truck tion.The .I The new company has a paidin was his own opinion.
had to be carried away in piecesIn merger will Include Superior capital of 500000. Opera- Third member of the federal
two trucks and on a wrecker. Pullets operation at tions will be effective Immediately team, and its leaders, was Dr.
Starke: a new, modem feed mill Belote said. General office Edward H. Brown of HEW's Office -
The train was traveling southon being built at Lake Butler, and personnel will be located at Key- of Education In Washington -
the Seaboard Coastline Railroad an already established feed mill, PINE AIR stone Heights. D.C. He asked Supt. Casey
The truck was going The north train near Keystone, will continue in -i FARMS$ and his staff to provide the team d
toward Macclenny. operation.The with information to back up the
struck the truck on the right ultra modern egg plant, education plan presented Tues-
side. The cab of the truck came now operated by Pine Air, will INC.i f 2 RunningIn day. Such data Includes boundaries -
to rest 140 feet southeast of double its capacity In 1971, witha of school districts,a spot-
the point of Impact and 31 feet sales volume of more than $10 I StarkeOnly map showing where each pupil
It w" n.t the first argument' or will It be the last east of the railroad. million forecast for next year. :roOD PROCESSING( PIARI') lives, bus routes, the projected

over the proposed zoning code, but members of the Signal light at the railroadwas "The tri-colUlty--Clay, Brad- ; educational program of Bradford
ford, and Union area is the two candidates have qualified High and the VocationalTechnical
I committee and commission had little"discussion" to the -
zoning county a working according -
to date for the Sept, 8 City
fastest growing poultry centerIn Center, and evidence to back
after the had been Florida Highway Patrol's report -
Friday right proposed Investigating as homicide Florida" Belote said, "and YltJlt fa of Starke election. up the county's neighborhoodschool
approved. One Wiggins qualified last
this producer-owned Integrated concept,
officer was Trooper R.W. Pace.
operation is unique In the Industry week for re-election to his Group But Dr. Brown also told Supt.,
comprises the greatest portionof No charges were filed In the and one that Is needed to I city council post, lie Is a 12- Casey he had been provided with
the zoning map of the county. accident serve poultrymen in a better year veteran. insufficient Information on Brad
That classification was devised In another accident John David capacity." Billy Noegel local car deal- ford's plans to establish a uni-
to differentiate between open rUral Nail of I Klngsley Lake es- Principals In the Pine Air er, had qualified for the Group tary school system.
lands and property; border- Farms Inc. consolidated opera- 6 post being vacated by Coun- "The two black schools will
CEotonCEtterPoultrymen's, Ing highways. One of the prob- tions are: W. Alton Belote,pres- cilman Tom Noun who will not not be acceptable," Dr. Brown
lems the zoning committee faced County RegistrationBooks ident; Jack Hazen and Cleatus run again because duties of his said, "You need more sharing
was zoning along highways.Much Ward, vice presidents; Marcus Alton Helote. president!! of new lri-county, fuily.inte Job as purchasing agent for the of students with other schools."
o assistance was gained by refer- Open Now; Howard. treasurer: and Earl :raled egg producer operation announced this week. county school system are too Counties named in the Justice
r ence to the zoning code adopted Jones, secretary. They, along pressing. Department suit are due to report -
by the City of Jacksonville To Close August 8 with other prominent poultrymenin Noegel Is a former councilman to the court July 20 if in
during consolidation. the area will manage and lie ran against Nolin two agreement with the Office of
Major questioner of the com- Voter registration will end at direct all phases of the busi- years ago and was beaten by only Education. If not, the defendant
mittee was Mrs. Winifred Craw- 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8, for ness.A I 11 votes in a closely con- parties, 14 counties In Florida,
ford, realtor who lives on SR21In county, state, and national elect- contract nas been let for Old ArgumentFlares tested race. have until July 24 to reportto
the southeast end of the countyat Ions, according to Sup. of Elect- construction of the $100,000 mill The Group 5 post of Councilman the court their own plans
Santa Fe Lake. Among her Ions Neva Flynn. which will be located on the Sea- Nell Tucker Is also up Any necessary hearing will be
questions Mrs. Crawford asked board Coast Line railroad, next for grabs this year. Tucker has held the first week In August,
the meaning of the term "mean The supervisor's office will be to the fertilizer plant In Lake In CityAn said he will run. the order issued by Judge William
AssociationFirst high water mark" used in the open every weekday from 8:30: Butler. When in full operationthe Qualifying ends in the city at A. McRae says.
zoning code and how It would a.m. until 5 p.m. in the county conblned plants are expected 5 p.m. Monday, August 20. The case Jacksonville's Mid
affect Santa Fe Lake. courthouse. On two Thursdays, to employ around 70 per- old city argument flared Clerk Edwards says the functions City registration books are open dle District Court is assignedto
Annual Judge Yawn replied that term July 16 and July 30, the office sons. again Tuesday night, July 7, with of the utility department every weekday from 8 a.m. U.S. District Judge Charles
will be until 9 On council members and Clerk Mer- should be moved back Into the to 5 and each Saturday
MeetingAnd means the separation of the pro- open p.m. Belote has been prominent In p.m. R. Scott. McRae Issued the order -
perty owned by the state from Saturday, Aug. 8, the final day, the national egg Industry for rill Edwards arguing about the city clerk's office where he has until noon, according to City because Scott was holding
that line lakeward and the pro- the office will be open from many years. He was voted Flo- separation of the clerk's office secretaries to keep the records Clerk Merrill Edwards. court Friday.
Chciken Supper perty of the upland owner. He 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. when regis- riday's Outstanding Poultrymanin and the utility department established and answer radio calls. The registration books close in The suit here Is In line witha
admitted the term Is still sus- tration books close across the 1967, and also served as presIdent In 1963. Edwards says the city charter the city at 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. Justice Department announcement
Bradford CountyAg ceptible to dlfinition but said no state. on the American Poultryand Council Jimmy Brown's pro- requires that all records of any 24. last Thursday that such
BuildingSat. other term fits as well as"mean Hatchery Federation in 1967- posal to shift secretary Nancy kind be kept in the clerk's of flee. actions were being Instituted agaInst -
Persons who will meet age Bradley from combination of duties He contends there Is a dupli-
high water" mark. 68. Hazen has been general man- Three Attend 100 southern school dis
or residency requirements priorto with the police and utilities cation of services and recordsin
., July 18 ager of Superior Pullets, Inc., tricts.
6:00: P.M. Yawn termed it "hair spUttIng" any one of the primal res or of Starke, and In 1969 he organized departments to full time work the In the utility department and theclerk's Forestry CampThree The department had announced:
the utilities office triggered
general election, but alter the
office. Operation a
when Mrs. Crawford asked and served as presidentSFRVICKMKN suits in Miami and Pensacola
....01 what If a landowner left registration books close, may argument Bowen contends the separate utility department costs vocational agriculture against eight Florida counties.
register to vote in those elect- secretary Is needed full time In students--Steve Gay, F.well:
between his land the beginning of the city from $7,000 to $10,000per The Friday suit brings the total
his dock. Ions prior to Aug. 8, Mrs. Flynn the Utility Department becauseof year, he says. Craft, and Mike Bryanare to 14 counties in Florida-
( says. the resignation of Supt. Oscar The council finally decided to attending the 36th annual Florida
1t) Community Assessor Long said the state 0'- Baker, Bradford Flagler, Pas-
has already asked his office If At last count In April the county Gary D. Waters whose parents S.R. lUcks utilities transfer Mrs. Bradley until the Forestry Training Park Camp at High co, St,. Johns, and Seminole In
temporary Leno State near
_t..te'4nk it assesses docks. He does, Long had 5,409 registered voters, but Mr. and Mrs. James L. Waters, director, and Bob Patterson, new new budget in Is the made.police Her depart-replacement Springs this week. All three are the Friday suits; earlier sulfa
said, and so replied to the In- Mrs. Flynn says between 150 In I named Hendry, St., Lucie, Gads-
and wife, Beth, live Lawtey, gas department head told the members of the Future Farmersof
ment will be hired on a tempo- ,
quiry. Yawn pointed out that and 200 new voters have regis- to Lafayette, Jackson, Jefferson -
----.. was recently promoted Army council they need fulltime help basis, thus preserving Mrs.Bradley's America.
Trustees of the Internal rary j Gulf and
Improve She few Wakulla. counties.
quite a
says young with
sergeant while serving the since be out attending
must Around 250
Irrsser.o.. they Her dut- boys are
oj ment Board (the State C"wt, } from 21 to 23 present Job. The
persons, years 4th (,Infantry Division near An on the Job and cannot stay In the the camp, which is the oldest of Justice Department suit
(Continued on Page Pour' of age, have' been registering. Khe,.Vietnam. office (Continued on Page Four) its kind in the nation. (Continued .on Page Four)



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J Catherine; :, Brown ===-"-- wN-! = Parties Given edged covered linen with cloth an olive, centered green lace with Brunch Given with with a deep a tall fringed ceramic edge,centered rooster The 12- '\

; Wds EdWard Davia lid For Miss Harrell an arrangement of pink and white For Miss Johns guests dressed were as a seated policeman.at three card

--liNtltlfg' -IWI BrideelectMiss carnations.Assisting the hostesses In car- BrideelectMrs. tables which were centered with
Williston small ceramic roosters and toy
= == Gloria Harrell of Moul- Ing for the guests were Mrs.Rob-
W.P. Bartlett and daughter cars.
Catherine Diane Brown daughter trie Ga. bride-elect of August ert Nobles, Mrs. George Roberts police
.- Kim entertained at abrunch Miss Johns was presented
Emmett ,
Tenly -
Jr. Mrs. Sonny ,
of Mr. and Mrs. David Brownof with two
22, complimented the
--iifll1l1.-- -- was Akridge, Miss Debbie Mitchell Saturday morning from 10:30 to piece of her crystal by
Hampton, became the brideof delightful parties over the week- SR 100 menento of the
Edward Laurence Davis at ... Mrs. Randy Johns, Mrs. 12:30: at their home on hostesses as a
: _I end.On Edmond Tenly Sr. and Mrs. South honoring Miss Debra Johns, occasion.
the Baptist Church in Wllllston ItIM-' _-If, i_ Friday night the J.E. Hardy bride-elect.
last Friday. .-- home was the scene of a party Don Rardon. of flowers -
Gladys Mooly: Phone 964-7608 ft Tho double-ring ceremony was __I for Miss Harrell given by Mrs. The hostesses presented Miss Arrangements used In summer the party Mrs. Alta Ashurst of Cocoa Is
performed by Rev. Durrance In ---1 I Hardy and daughters, Miss Jayne Harrell with a corsage and sliver were The buffet table was making an extended visit with Mr.
t Society Editor the presence of family and (Hardy and Mrs. Gene Ivey, and double vegetable dish as a covered rooms. with an ecru linen cloth and Mrs. L.O. Hazen.
memento of the occasion.
Jj.I friends. -- Mrs. James V. Crosby.Arrangements .
The bride chose streetlengthwhite of summer flowers -
4't..AJc :, -- tJ -
bonded dress, with used In the
W 97' --- -, - crepe -. were party rooms.
crochet-lace circling the neck- : .. Miss Hardy greeted guests at and Will
Dinner Given line and extending down the front. J:. ;' _e the door and presented them to Your Vote Support
Her white accessories Included -__r- __ Miss Harrell and Mrs. H.M.
For Miss?, Johns a veiled straw pillbox and her Apr -II Hatcher Jr., mother of the bride- ''i
corsage was of variegated red ..r t" groom-elect. Be Appreciated on Sept.
And Mr. Henry and white carnations. .. -. Mrs. Ivey invited guests Into ,
Sharon Brown served as her --- .. the dining room where the refreshment -
sister's maid of honor 1 ....._ covered with
Mrs. W.B. Mundy was host- wearinga -- Ip table was Democratic Primary
.I.IS ess at a dinner party Sunday pink and white crepe sleeve- .. .... -- an Imported cutwork cloth and
noon In the Pecan Rom of the less Empire styled dress, with centered with a pyramid arrange-
Garden Restaurant honoring Miss white accessories, and a cor- ment of pink and white mums, ty, + By
Debra Johns and Patrick I Henry, sage similar to the bride's. carnations and leather leaf fern. r
whose marriage will be an eventof J.R. White of Williston, step- Balancing the arrangement were Jre
Friday evening: July 17, In father of the bridegroom, was two silver candelbra with pink Maurice E dwards ,
the First Baptist Church at 7:30: best man. tapers. Presiding at the punch a '.
o'clock. Following the ceremony, a bowl at Intervals were Mrs. L. t
Centering the dining table was small reception was held at the ; N. Pickering, Mrs. W.A. Hogan FOR
an arrangement of pink and white home of the bride. The tiered, and Mrs. Charles Darby. CANDIDATE
carnations and pompoms. Bridal white-frosted cake was topped Pouring punch In the family
place cards marked tho seating with a miniature: bride and Marv Ann Barton room were Misses Gayle Hatcher 4 OFTHJECLERK
arrangement for the guests: Mr. groom. Assisting in serving was Will Compete with corsages upon their arrival
and Mrs. Jerome Johns and son, Miss Maxine White, cousin of and also gave Miss Uarrell the CIRCUIT COURTHE
Philip, Mr. and Mrs. Warren the bride. For Tobacco QueenMiss gravy ladle to her chosen silver
Winkler and son, Wade, Mr. and The new Mrs. Davis is a 1968 pattern as a memento of the oc-
Mrs. John Marcus Howard and graduate of BUS and has since Mary Ann Barton will casion.
daughter, Page, Mr. and Mrs. been employed in the University: represent the Junior Woman's Seventy-five guests called bet-
Marcus Howard of Lake Butler, of Florida Library in Gaines- Club of Starke in the High Springs ween the hours 8 and 9:30 p.m.
Dyal-Griffis and Rev. and Mrs. W.A. Hogan. ville. Mr. Davis is the son of Tobacco Festival Association's Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs.Ver- is A) Businessman
Wedding Date Set Mrs. Mundy presented the Mrs. J.R. White of Williston Tobacco Queen Contest this non Silcox, Mrs. Frank Mitchelland
honored couple with a silver and Edward J. Davis of Boyne weekend. She was first runnerup Mrs. Randall Chitty were
chip and dip dish as a mementoof City, Mich. lie graduated from in Bradford County's Straw- hostesses at a coca-coca party Cattleman
. Mr. ahd Mrs. Berry Dyal Jr., the occasion.Rehearsal. Boyne City High School and spent berry Queen Contest, and cur- Saturday morning: from 11 to 12
of Graham, announce the approaching four years in the U.S. Navy before rently holds the title of "Miss o'clock at the Chitty home on
marriage of their serving the last three anda Rural Electrification." Searing street honoring Miss &
daughter, Audrey Faye, to Cpl. Dinner halt years on the UF police She Florida Is the daughter of Mr. and Harrell. Landowner TaxpayerA
Stephen K. Grlffls, of the U.S. For Morgan-Joyner force in Gainesville. After a Mrs. Claude I1. Barton. Guests were Introduced to Miss
Marine Corps, son of Mr. and honeymoon trip to Michigan, the Lawson Harrell by Mrs. H.M. Hatcher
Jim presidentof
Mrs. ,
Mrs.:The A.J.wedding Griffis will of Starke.be held In Wedding PartyMr. couple will reside in Williston. the Junior Woman's Club, will Jr. and Mrs. chitty. lifelong resident of Bradford County, he knows the

the Graham Baptist Church accompany Miss Barton to the Serving Cokes at one end of the of Bradford and their Problems
on County
and Mrs. L.U. Morgan contest, and she has received a party table In the dining room was people
Saturday, July 25, at 8 p.m. Jr. entertained at a dinner party Duplicate Bridge cordial invitation for the peopleof Miss Gayle Hatcher, assisted by
All friends and relatives are Invited (Pd. Political Art*.)
Friday night in the Pecan Roomof NamedMrs. this community: to attend the Miss Cindy Mitchell and Mrs. _
to attend. Winners
the Garden Restaurant honor- recreational events starting at Pat Farnsworth. The table was

ing their son, Leaton Morgan in, 6 p.m. Friday, July 17. The w4
Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price and and his fiancee, Miss Glenda Martha Moore and Talent Contest is scheduled for
sons of Port St. Joe are visitingher Joyner, following the couple's Mrs. Edward Burns were the 8 p.m. and the Teen Dance at
parents Mr. and Mrs. M.B. wedding rehearsal.The winning couple at the Duplicate 9:30.:
Jordan, this week.O.AJ..A U-shaped dining: table was Bridge Club Tuesday night: where The queen contestants will SALE SAVE
centered with an arrangement of there were four tables In play. participate in the parade in
Mrs. John Mussoline and Jud-
pink white and mint green car- swimsuits at 3 p.m., followedby
NATIONAL nations and mums. Bridal place son Clements were second and a Fish Fry and informal
cards marked the seating arrangement Mrs. George K. Bennett and judging arom 4:30: to 7 p.m. SET
FOUEST for the 27 guests who Mrs. J.E. Wilson were third. Talent competition will be
AUCTION Included the honored couple,their The club meets every Tues-
judged at 7. followed by the
Sat., July 25-2 P. M. parents, wedding party and out- day night at 7:30: p.m. in the crowning: of the new queen in MAI-ONE LUXURY "PUFFQUILT"LIMITED
Camp cites, Msbilo Home Lots, of-town guests. Pratt Street Recreation Center evening gown, and a dance at
Ccmmerclal Lots, Also!! 2 Cottages During the dinner, Mrs. Eddie and is open to the public. 9:30. All events will take placeat
near: .he: new, $1.500.000Bridge Douglas, soloist, sang "I love the Big Dollar Warehouse in LIMITED TIME OFFER
and Locks Florida You Truly" accompanied by Mrs. Mrs. W.E. Middleton and Miss High Springs.
Cross! State Barge canal and L.A. Canova, pianist.Mr. : Madge Middleton visited their
Cklavm.hq. River.LOCA'I'ION cousin, Mrs. John Hodge, in x : .. 95
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. . . . . ... .. Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Taylor and
daughter of Jacksonville and Mrs.
r Merritt Williams spent Tuesdayand [
Wednesday of last week in

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!! Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams

f of Starke and Frank Williams of
--- - Crystal Lake had as weekend
wI guests Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Williams -
Mrs. S.M. Simmons of Rich- Local admittances to Bradford I of Savannah Ca., Mr. and
mond, Va. and Mrs. Clara Swalls County; Hospital this week Include Mrs. Charles McQuaig and fam- ..
of Camilla, Ga. were Saturday to : Mrs. Evelyn Vaughn, c cr ily, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Bertha Hampton; Mrs. Eula May Johns, Keaton of Waycross.Ga.,and Mr. HIS IS ,
Pearce. Waldo; James G. Johnson, Mrs. and Mrs. Bob Williams and
Margaret A, McCombs, Mrs. daughter of Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glisson Donalds Marie McAra, and I#
have returned from a month's James S. Meriwether, Keystone S/Sgt. and Mrs. Gene Pass
visit with their son and daugh- Heights; Robert Regar, Lulu; and son of Fort Bragg have
ter-in-law, Mr.':, and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Ena K. Taylor and Mrs. returned home. Sgt. Pass received -
Isabel Mann, Lake) Butler Donald r
Glisson and family. Tacoma, ; 71 his discharge following
C. Wise and Henry M. Tur- in the
Wash. While there they were three years duty; Army.
also sightseeing Washington. ner, Lawtey; Mrs. Louell Duke, They have moved their trailerto
I Jn,, Florahome; and Mrs.Edna Stone, 128 N. Church street.
Mrs. Bonnie L. Howard, Mrs. THE
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hardi- Patsy Silcox Debra Taylor,Mrs. Miss Mary MussolineofHazelton -
gree and family of Orlando were Ara Moitt, Joe M. Griffls, Mrs. Pa. is visiting her brother
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mabel Reevers, Jimmy L. Gentry and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Tyler Jones. The Jones also had Mrs. LUlle Ball and Mrs. John Mussoline on Crystal Lake
as weekend guests} Mr. and Mrs. Sally Little, Starke. Wow! for two weeks. J
Roy Wingate of Callahan. "

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Linda Hoppe of Tampa spent LEILA'S, 25% OFF LEILA'S 25% OFF
last week with her aunts, Mrs. dress, with white top
O.L. Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Kin- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray and stitching and low belt, is Rev. and Mrs. Barry Van-

caid. son of Nashville, Tenn.are visit from Leila's. The model is Deventer and family of Jackson- /VODELCLERRAIJC E
ville and Rev. and Mrs. Walton
ing her mother, Mrs. J.S. Sapp Donna Gruen
Mrs. Gladys Hatcher: returned and family this week. Grady and family of Fernandina
last Thursday 'after ten days aerie SeSe attended the Sunday morning ser-
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robert Watford of Okeechobeeand vice at the First Presbyterian
Hatcher: in Orlando. Church. Rev. VanDeventer and
Hank Stroud of Virginia
Rev. Grady are both former ministers -
Beach, Va. are visiting Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Hayes and of the local church.
Mrs. W.P. Bartlett familyfor
daughters of Miami spent last
a month.
week with Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Mrs. C.B. Terwlllegar was In

Hayes at Kingsley Lake. Bobby Crawford and son Chuckof New Arrivals Charleston, S.C. Friday to Tues-
day visiting her son, Byron, at

SUMMER CLEARANCEAT Mrs.Crystal Betty; Crawford River were and visiting familyon -------- the College of Charleston.Sgt. ALL THESE CARS

LEILA'S. 25% OFF Sunday. John A. Williams is home HRUEiLJ
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roark
Hank Harley of Merritt Islandis Starke, announce the birth of a on 30 days leave after complete-

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddishof visiting grandmother,Mrs. daughter, Christy Michele, on Ing Following a year's his leave duty; In he Vietnam.will report GOT To G'O GO GO .
Wilmington, Dela. were visit- Lonnie Harley, this week. June 27 In Alachua General Hospital -
ting Sheriff and Mrs. P.D. Red- to Fort Sill, Okla. :)
dish Monday and Tuesday while Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Firth returns ""'-'
here on business. d Monday from a ten day Bradford County; Hospital announces Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gllllng- S
flying trip to Manlstique, Mich. the following births: ham and family of Tampa will 71s WILL SOON
Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards and spend the weekend with Mr. THE
visiting friends for several days Mr. and Mrs.". William Thad
Mrs. Fred Moore,of Lawtey are and on to Booth Bay Harbor, Smith, Starke, a son Charles Mrs. Guy Sale.Stanford .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red- Maine. Benjamin, July 8.
dish in Wilmington, Dela. for Mr. and Mrs. Gerald G. Nor- Hurst of Atlanta wal BE OUT kNOW I
of W.S.
ten days. I'*'' Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns man, Starke, a son, Chester D- Tuesday visitor Mrs. you jw
',? returned Sunday after three wayne, July 10. \
Mrs W.H. Hart; Mrs. Edith weeks at their summer home in
S-e and Mrs. Leon Shimer
Christensen, .Mrs. Natalie Glenvllle, N.C. .
and of St. Augustinewere
Thornton Mrs. Alice Voyles and Rev. DeWltO'arabee is preach-
Mrs. Pearl Colwh'attended an Mr and Mrs M.B. Jordan ing at the Methodist Youth Campin visiting her parents, Mr
Mrs. Foster Shi Smith on
Art Festival at the Fourth Wardof returned last week from three Leesburg this week. and
the Church of Jesus Christ of weeks visit with relatives in Sunday.
Latter Day Saints Jacksonville Lomboc:, Lancaster and Palm Miss Ginger Baldwin was the
last Saturday.Mrs. Springs, CaUl.SUMMER weekend guest of Miss Karen SUMMER CLEARANCEAT
Rowlett in Lakeland. LEILA'S, 25% OFF

Pearl Colson of Green
Cove Springs spent the weekend CLEARANCEAT Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Turnipseed Mrs. Oulda Blocker and daugh-
with Mrs. W.H. Hart and family. LEILA'S, 25% OFF of Atlanta, Mrs. Carrie Herlong ter, Mrs. W.G. Wright, and Mrs.
of Saluda, S.C., Mrs. Myra Foy L.A. Taylor and daughter of Jack-
). of Liberty S.C., and Miss Myr- sonville are guests today of Mr.
tle Herlong of Leesburg were and Mrs. Merritt Williams. k
{ last Thursday and Friday guests
ORTHO of Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Adams, MFK. Lucille Davis and daugh- _
and attended the funeral of W.F. ter, Mrs. H.G. Davis Jr. of
1 SAL.EORTHO Herlong in Jacksonville Friday Gainesville were Wednesday
..yNowodSoyo) afternoon. visitors of Mrs.EM Davis.Mrs.
Lucile Davis has sold her homeon [ '
Mrs. Mike O'Brian and child- N. Church street to Mrs.William \ \ \ \ \ (
PELLETIZED ren of Miami spent the weekend Heydorn of Hawthorne, and
ORTHO with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Is residing with Mr. and Mrs.
CHLORDANE T.I1. Slade. H.G. Davis Jr. In Gainesvilleuntil
DUST LAWN FOOD September. Mrs. Davis had
Mrs. Fred Field and Mrs.Don- been visiting her son-in-law and 00
aoait 0.95BAG ald McIntosh of Tampa were daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L.F.
5 IB. 69'' OUTHO 6RO B-Y 1 weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Jr in Paxton for several OVER 250) DODo

., LAWNFOOD .01 George B. Flynn Jr. September.L.D.months and. will return there In w

ORTHO 2nd Bog Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen
attended the North Central Flor- Vining was transferredfrom
ida Optometric Society cookout Riverside Hospital to the
INSECT REPELLENT BOTH FOR 40.96Covert and swim at the Gainesville VA Hospital on Mon- OFNEU
party; Saturday WORTH VEHICLES{ IN S rock
J-OZ. home of Dr. and Mrs. William day. e
98 17.000 SQ. FT. Ritz In the Ocala National For-
ORTHOISOTOX Miss Jean Mundy of Rock 11111 o
Fertilizer S.C. is home for three weeks. /

Mrs. Ed Rice Is convalescingat C/iPRICEE
a..v MVLTI'-PVRPOSL Buy Mrs. Marc Jackson and daugh- home after eye surgery In 25
igaiO. OARDf SPRAY 1 Gal. $4.98 ters are visiting parents, Mr. Gainesville last Friday.
2nd and Mrs. H.E. Smith, in Willis -
.ilu.i 1 l IW Buy I Ql. 5'8 Got. .01 1 ton this week. Debbie and Hans LaNIer and S

; ;B $348 SPRAYER Willian Scoggins left for a six NEW
tHREEI $4.99 Mrs. Gene ]Ivey of Atlanta was weeks tour of Europe on June ImpRL
BOTH FOR visiting her parents, Mr. and 27. They will visit relatives and /
r Mrs. J.E. Hardy last Wednesdayto friends In Holland England,Belgium PICKUPSBISC
ORTHO _. KIllS LAWN WEEDS Sunday. They were Joined over and Germany. Mrs. Loyree
"Systemic" FLORIDA' ORTHO the weekend by Mr. Ivey from LaNIer plans to Join them July BEJ.- //
X131 Atlanta, and Miss Jayne Hardy 22 and all return together. .
Rose and Weed B-Gon from Tilt College. A
Flower Care OIUIOL Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Budd Jr.
Kill bug thru H*.' I-II Buy J.W. Weaver of Richmond Va. and family of Jacksonville were fill} COLORS
No 1 Ql. and Mrs. Frank Weaver, Miss Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. YNE
.o i. ipiaymg-
98 Deborah Ann Weaver and Mike E.L. Matthews at Kingsley Lake.
no dtttlingSll $ Price of WilUston, and Mr. and
CAN t b39> 11:. Call Street 2 /AI'IJ
Mrs. Lowman Weave r of Starke Mrs F.W. Graudon was In
2.98 'Phon 944-5745 were Sunday guests of Mr. and Frostproof Thursday to Sunday
Mrs. W.T. Jackson Sr.on Springs visiting her sister, Mrs. Ruth mONTE CARLO MODELS
Lake. Tri tch.:
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Mr. and Mrs. Hoist C. Beall
Jr. and children spent Thursdayto CH ELLE
Sunday with Mrs. J.L. Gentry /
OUT while Mr. Gentry was In Brad- \
ford County Hospital following 1 I IWALKlN
a heart attack. NOV4

Wilbert Wentling of Palmyra, E
Pa. arrives today to spend a
week with his sister, Mrs. F. WAOJlSIF
W. Graudon and family.

Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs.
Thelma Dean of Fairfield and BErr R.
Mrs. kate Strickland of PalatKa you SEE /W ADD you UK
were last Friday visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell.Mr. .

and Mrs. Paul Faulkner (eJlJNc. I17US (WE'LL DO I TrOd / )

SELLING OUT TO THE BARE WALLS spent Gardents.the weekend at Cypress 34ARA TE ;H'NANC./Nr;. '

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner

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Suit. : ; >" . Qualify -I: : Allen was born at Lawtey In
ill! E ? A rgl""ell I Commission : t l
(From Preceding Pags) \ 1921 and later moved with his
I Prom Preceding! Page) (Continued from Page One) cifi\ parents, the late Joe and Carey

(From Preced'nir: Page) Seat'Asl4.edBy \ Allen, to Alachua County wherehe
with the maximumfive
asks the court "to enjoin, (the) an employee $1,900. (Hampton) county commission les were as radio operator for t.1", attended school at Waldo.
years of retiring
defendants 'from discriminating post In World War n
After serving
I ,
the po} department'ancl\ utility) ..
Jessie Chastain. E.W.
against black students attendingthe Acting to close out the 1969- i department and any typing; required +- Aller? Allen settled at Hampton wherehe
Hampton Lake a previously
public schools In the defendant has operated his for
70 budget, the School Board approved announced candidate qualified by either department.The i" ranFh
districts on the basisof numerous interbudgetary Monday July 13, to oppose Eddie council also officially voted Eddie Allen 49, self employed -, the past 2fc years.
and them to
race require transfers designed cancel to appoint Hicks, the streets department ''l
take affirmative action to disestablish and deficits in various Allen who had qualified July 7. head farmer and rancher qualified iif'i ,': -
overages as temporaryhead
the daat..ystem of Commissioner James M. July 7 as a candidate for count ; :
schools based on race and to funds. LA (Buck) Norman qualified Monday of the utility system. That ty commissioner district 4. i ;
July 13, for re-election to action had been taken previously Allen the = NEWfor
correct the effects vof past dis- his operates Clay Cully \ ,
Finance Officer but had not been recorded in the
Dorothy Ep
crimination based on race. District 2 post. So far he has no Ranch on SR-325 south of Hampton "frjJ' :
person told the Board it has a minutes.
opposition. producing cattle, poultry
Plaintiff further that
$13,371 reserve in last year's 4A1 Competition for Lawtey's Dis- Another argument resulted and hay.
the be ordered to
defendants I
budget when Bowen called Edwards'handon
including $799
cash with
trict I school board post was Allen was formerly represen-
seek such technical assistanceas
the balance of the the closing of the utility department's
reserve being assured when -
may be necessary from the Tuesday Johnnie tative of United Farm Real Es-
in Ed-
accounts receivable. post box.
Office of Education of the Department Blaine Thompson who had pre
said there Is In
no use MENHair
of Health, 'Education Mrs. Epperson explained that viously announced, qualified to maintaining separate boxes when of the Parks property.To .

and Welfare for the immediate the Board has paid for some oppose Bennett incumbent who H.W. (Buster) his office can pick up the mail the clerk's charges that the
preparation and 'submission of federal and state projects, suchas qualified last Friday council is "overspending heavily
July 10.School. and deliver it to the utility side. tate Agency for six years. He
plans to accomplish'this result the new food freezer being Board Members Seeber Bowen contended the council ," Bowen replied there is is a member of the American Styling

prior to the commencement" of Installed at the USO Building, Fugua Seeks Goodman and II.A. Lawson must voted to open the box and only "lots of ways to save, like cut- Legion, chairman of the Soil
the 1970-71 school year. for which the county will be the council could take action to ting off utilities when they shouldbe. Ser-
also for re-election and Water Conservation
Judge McRae's order directsthe reimbursed. run this close it. The council voted 2-1, ." Bowen also pointed out the SalonOf
"United States"" and the defendant Return To year. Both say they plan to run clt could vice of Bradford County, is a
y save by purchasing
Bowen opposing, to leave the
but neither had qualified by noon member of the Starke Shrine Club
school districts to collaborate -
automobile niters the
In working out integra- to a question, that trailer parksnow Wednesday.WI box closed. Councilman P.T.No- by case. and the Faith Baptist Church.
At Clerk Edwards'
CongressCongressman lin moved to leave It closed, and request the
existing will be "grandfathered" He Is married and the fatherof
tion of
asking the help
plans Council voted to write-off $839In
got a second from Councilman
HEW. in under the zoning code With qualifying ending at noon five children.
HEW's assistance was V4 the team but that no new trailer parks Don Fuqua has next Tuesday, July 21, it ap- Orie Wiggins.It reminded old utility the council accounts.had votedIn When Starke Plaza
here Tuesday. That team was will be allowed, If the code becomes officially announced for reelection pears interest in county voting was pointed out the police- his Armed Force
absence to have
also assigned to collaborate with law unless they meet the to the U.S. House of Repre- will center around the four way department has a separate post account cards utility
presented to the
restrictions.It sentatives from Florida's Second clerk's A fifth office box. Mordente
Baker County. Dr, Brown reported race. candidate council with write-off Lt. Col. Joseph
will be to the county Congressional District. Mrs. Margie Dowling has Clerk Edwards told the rmm- requests lives at Key- flair Trimmed
that Baker 'had agreedto up announced ell It is Edwards jumped whose wife Betty,
make the changes requestedby commission to work out the details Fuqua, who will be seeking the post but had not spending $25.000 more "Give up saying" stone Heights recently receivedthe
30 .
me just He .
seconds. Styled
the team and plansto of enforcement of zoning his fifth term, said that he would qualified at noon Wednesday.The this year than last, referring to Legion of Merit award while
returned with the cards.A .
that effect for 'submission to regulations, Yawn told Art Kee- base his campaign on his recordof clerk's race is held to a combination of the utility department serving with the U.S. Army, Straightened
long then
argument ensued
the Atlanta Office of Educationand fer of Keystone Heights, In ans- service."I be wide open; the ones most general fund and over- about how far behind Southern European Task Force Regular Cut
to the Jacksonville District wer to another question. believe that an examinationof : certain about who will win the time costs, plus other miscel- utilityaccount near Vlcenza, Italy. He earnedthe
Court. Keefer Connie Clark, and E.T. that record will reveal that I Democratic primary are the can laneous spending. The clerk can get before it is citation for exceptionally by
Martin congratulated the zoning have consistently worked for didates themselves. pointed out that Councilman Wig delinquent. explained it meritorious conduct In the per-

Zoning committee on its work and urged sound fiscal policies and the gins had given the library $1,000as but could he go said as far far as 2 ]1/2 he months, formance of outstanding serviceas APPOINTMENTiEPREFER
as as knows
approval of the proposed code. fundamental freedoms with which trict is one of largest in the an exa.mple.Wiggins: all service disconnections an intelligence officer with
The committee drew an ovation this nation has been so richly eastern United States, covering said he didn't realize are the force's Headouarters Com
(From Preceding Page) being made His
from the audience. endowed. If re-elected I pledgeto 23 counties(including Bradford), he had that authority. Other officials promptly. ordersto pany. The Legion of Merit is

control any construction( on water Copies of the proposed code continue those same effortsIn and is larger in land. pointed out the city had off meter when readers are to cut them the second highest non-combat 8 A.M.5:30 P.M. :

which is state.owned, but and the pertaining maps are available a period of American history Fuqua said that this area of donated $2,500 to the library clerk said.they are delinquent, the award for achievement. Phone 961-5030
has not been choosing to do so. for public review in which Is as critical as any we Florida will experience unpre- building: committee for_ purchase

Katherine Martin, Keystone the clerk's office in the courthouse have ever faced." he said. cedented growth in the coming

Heights. was told. In. answer The Second Congressional Dis- decade I .., ::: Jam *\.' u\ i'cujoSf : EgJ1iENM5 3:.. -

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Summer ProgramIn and games from 10:15: to 10:45 r Norman's seventh. Brenda Thomas led off Carolyn Dyal and Cookie Mun-
ProgressAt a.m.; science and social studies Tops the Inning scored following a dorf each 2-for-4.. Green Giant Plans
from 10:45: to 11:30 a.m., and base bit and an error. Brenda STANDINGSCollnlal A Nor Garden Center
Hampton SchoolSixty lunch at ll:30.From: 12 noon to To Thomas and Diane Jordan had man's 8-2, Koch's 3-7 Hurst
12:45.: p.m., primary' (Qdnder- three-for-three games at the Shell 1-9 A familiar trademark seen
; students are attendingall garten 3) sports and games or Regain Women'sSoftball plate to lead the winners.Joyce on supermarket shelves will
creative arts: and 12:45 to 1:30 Allen was 2-for-3 for the losers.Norman' SCHEDULEFriday.. July 17- soon be visible on high
or part-time academic many
classes at Hampton Elementary intermediate (grades 4.6))sports Lead 19, Hurst Shell 8 7:30 Hurst Shell vs Norman's, ways.:
School..nearly one-third of the and games or creative arts. Colonial and Norman's have Norman's had little trouble Insto.PPiJW 9:00: Koch's vs Colonial. Monday Green Giant Home and Gar-
Shell 19-8 with
195 end-of-the-year enrollmentof For those in the morning swim IIii1P!!! battled all year for league supre- the aid of Hurst 18 base hits and Shell July 9:00 20-7:30 Hurst Norman's Shell vs Colonial.Koch's, den Centers will be built in 15
regular school classes. KIn- program, 12 noon to 12:45: ,creative macy, and at this writing the tiro miscues. vs key metropolitan| centers.
dergarten through sixth-grade arts or reading; from 12:45to women's Softball teams are The winners pushed across 11
courses are still for all
open .
1:30: math or creative arts. stalemated.In runs In the fourth Inning.Carolyn -r-
day or one
or more periods. four league games earn team Dyal Sandra Norman and Linda
Afternoon academic courses Students can come for one periodor has taken two wins and unless one Haas all were 3-for-4 to pace
are available for students who the entire day, Mr. Register or the other slips up and loses,the the winners. Catherine Peek was r':3: VOTEr
take swimming in the morning, said, but the school must have two teams will be Involved in a 2-for-2 for Hurst Shell. '.
and lunches are served, at 30 verification, either phone or playoff to determine the league July 9Hurst Shell 7, Koch's 0 r ,
cents, including milk, for all written note, of when to let the Gene Rayburn (right), Starke recreation director championship. Hurst Shell recorded It's first I r MI
students. Any child who is eli- child go home. Busses run regular presents championship and to W. In the four games the two teams win of the year when Koch's was I j
routes for both the runner-up have played against each I I
other. andSUPPORT
gible may get lunch free, Prin- unable to field a team.
cipal Lennard Register said. He academic and swim program. J. Griffis (renter) of Gainesville Tire, and Don Rag. Colonial won the first game 94.' Normans 4, Colonial 3 :
stressed that no child should well, of Colonial Florist. Norman's won the second game Norman's shut off the big bats h ri
avoid attending the summer pro- Courses are held in four rooms 7-5. Colonial won the third game of Colonial and shut out Colonial ,
at the school, with all children V 5-3, and Norman's the fourth ,
gram because of inability; to pay won in all but one Inning and cap
for lunches. graded according to abllty.; S* '" game 43.In runs scored Colonialhas tured a 4-3 win. i iri
The academic program starts Teachers for the summer include scored 22 runs to Norman's The win was a big one as a '
dally with a general Lynn Goldman, Shirra Bair, Dee 7a 18. loss by Norman's would have ForCLERK
8:30 Canova Mabel Fletcher, andEr- JULY 6Colonial 5, Koch's 4 given the league championshipto
: a.m. and 8:45: to 9:30: a.m.
is reading time. Math nerstine Register. The summer The Florist team had their Colonial. Norman's scored
9:30: to 10:15 a.m. periodis sports session lasts through August 14. hands full as Koch's Drugs push- two runs in the first inning and
; ed Colonial to the limit with the in the sixth Inning Colonial scored ,
11 i11 winning runs coming In the final their three runs to take a 3-2 "
f lead.
-- The winners had taken a 3-0 In the bottom of the seventh :
lead only to find themselves tied Norman's scored the tying; and ,

A L NOTICESPECIALREMINDER 4-4 going Into the bottom of the winning two hits.run The using winners an error outfit and Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown .

nit man's their first tourney loss Colonial 10-6 and were led by '
After Colonial had worked their Candidate for Clerk or Circuit Courtof
way back to the position of win- STARKE
ning the loser's bracket, they Bradford County, subject to the
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS were again faced by GainesvilleTire. 8th
BUSINESS Democratic Primary on September ,
The Tire team scored four
Runner.up, Colonial Florist! of Starke: 1st row ((1-r)
times in the first and led
OFFICEWill .. Debbie' Jones, Shoryl Ward, Don Bagwell, Brenda 6-0 before Colonial inning scored In 1970. I feel 18 years experience operat-

Thomas, Eileen Phillips Sheila Taylor; 2nd row.- the fifth. DIRECTORYAUTO ing own business qualifies me to
BE OPEN Gloria Crews, Emily Johns!!, Faye Johnson, Barbara Colonial won the runner-up trophy my
Brown, Jackie Griffis!', Dot Bagwell: 3rd rowPhil with wins over Cross City; SERVICE serve as your Clerk of Circuit Court. I
Macclenny, Lake City, and Nor-
Vallenga, Judy Thigpen, Lisa! Floyd Carol Darbley, man's Farm. The Starke; team promise to Conduct your Office with
Diane Jordon, Jimmy Johnson. Betty Griffis. led the tournament in base hits Gilbert S. Brown
with a total of 76 for a per game Courtesy and Effeciency and for the
Thurs. July 16 & July 30 G'ville Team Takes Women's average of 12. Norman's Farm Standard OU Service SUlUa
took third place honors with wins ATLAS best interest of all the Good People of
over bake City; and Macclenny. TIRES BATTERIES
8:30 A.M. 9:00 P.M. Softball Title; Colonial 2nd Their losses were to Gainesville Buffet Term. Road Service Bradford County.I .
: --- : 5-1 and Colonial 76. PHONE M4-7071
Gainesville Tire played con- bye, Gainesville 'lire met The exhibition game between 407 N.Temple- SUrko I will give my full time in serving the
sistent ball-and that consistencypaid Colonial Florist and sent the Satellite Beach Comets and Jacksonville -
off as the Gainesville team Starke team to the losers' Shamrocks provided the people and taking care of the businessof
Regular Week-Day Hours: emerged undefeated and cham- bracket by a score of 9-5. estimated crowd of some 500 HURST'SSHELL
pions of the Starke First Annual Colonial had led this game until with an exciting performance of your office.
8:30: A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. Women's Invitational Softball the fifth inning but the women's Softball. The fans were
Tournament last weekend. Tire team came on strong In quite impressed with the ability; Service Station Your Vote and Support will be greatly
The Gainesville team had to the late Innings. Gainesville'snext of the world's most valuable
Final Day of Registration play only three games in the opponent was in the per- woman player Nancy Oldham, Gil Oil Lubrication. appreciated.
Saturdav. August 8 six-team, ten-game tourney, and son of Starke's Norman Farmin along with the performance of Monarch Then A Batterfc
in all three they drew a Starke a game putting the only undefeated three other all-world players. ROAD SERVICE Gib Brown
Open Till SrOOP.M. opponent. teams remaining, and The Comets won the ball game 301 and tOO Stark Gilbert S. ( )
After drawing a first round tourney champions handed Nor- 6-0 outhitting Shamrocks 105.


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w. I Rec Rebels Back On Top Hollingsworth endangers our very lives- these Conner -AsksReeecion I

iNF ilr ddIler1- a.. ftontTHE are but a few of the problems I

rr 1; Of Men's Softball Play feel should be attacked in the / ,
Mr.; ; i
RECREATION' CENTER .. Is Legislature, said

i League The Men's continues Recreation to gain Softball Interestand LEAGUE SCHEDULE Seeking t k HoIIingsworth. To Cabinet ,

I the eventual league champ Thursday, July 16-8:00: Plaza vs :Mr. Hollingsworth is presentlya Commissioner of Agriculture
ionship Is a long way from being Profs, 9:15 Lawtey vs Wlnn Dixie House Post teacher in the Columbia County Doyle Conner, a Bradford County Mf f
determined.The Friday July 178:00: Ctumhig- School System and owner of Holly filed qualification
I I Bee Rebels continue to be ham.Gulf VII Rebels,9:15 Utilities. Wayne HoIIingsworth,. Mobile Homes. He studied at the In Tallahassee Monday for papers reelection
[ .the team to beat as they keep vs Madison St. Columbia County businessmanand University of Florida Law School to the office he has held ,
on squeaking out one and two Monday Plaza, July 20-9:15 8:00 Gulf Independents educator qualified for the before his decision to enter since 1960.Conner i
vs : vs Law
run victories.In .
Florida House of Representativeslast education and private business.A .
last week's play Cunning teyTuesday was the youngest man
Friday.Mr. resident of Columbia I
ham Gulf dropped out of a first July 21- 8:00: Madison lifelong to serve In the House of Representatives -
stated at the
St vs Rebels 9:15 Utilities .HoIIingsworth County, Mr. Hollingsworth now
place tie by winning one and vs ;,1' when he was
Profs time of his announcement that it resides in Lake City with his wife
losing one. Madison St' missed elected at the age of 21. He also
the chance to be tied for second League Standings Thru July 9- was his concern for the social!, and family. served as''the youngest Speakerof
place by winning one and Rebels 6-1, Cunningham Gulf 5-2, economic, and moral condition of the House1. at the age of 28. I
losing 3-2 to the Independents.Look Madison St. Baptist 4-3 Plaza our state and nation that Wayne Hollingsworth The pebble in the shoe is Conner Is"' sldent-elect of
for results of games play- Lodge 3-4. Lawtey 3-4, Utili- promoted his decision to run. widely regarded as uncom- the University'; of Florida Alumni l
-wl- week of July 6--July 9.JULY ties 3-5, Profs 3-5,Independents "Dissenters who are free to free-wheeling government fortable,.but it's almost noth- As soclatlon'and'the National Association -
6 INDEPENDENTS 3, 2-5 wreck universities, court spending that sends taxes soaring ing compared with the thornin of'State' Departments of
MADISON ST. 2 decisions that protect criminals, skyward, pollution that the
A good one to watch--The Independents ---....-= = --

8-7 and scored outhIt the single church runs team In _(( JI J IRfiWCtUI; ijNt4.Ji; i;i iitti&

the second, fourth, and seventh YAL UNIROYAL I ; ii
The Independents led 1-0 until
the third, 2-0 until the sixth.
Madison St. tied It at 2-all in
sixth, but then the Independents
scored the winning run In the UJVJ

. The long and the short of it as Tiny Tots visit the Wheeler bottom of led the seventh off with when Paul 'flu
a triple
Jacksonville! Zoo_. and then scored on an error. CASH
Terry Hardee and Mark Starling s Inc.,
Twenty Tiny Tots enjoyed a and three-leggeu races. The led the winners going 2ifor-3 ;
trip to the Jacksonville Zoo Fri- event was climaxed: by lots of Bobby Martin was 2-for-3forthe
day, July 10. There were rides Ice cold watermelon which losers.
and lots of animals, and of proved to be the most popularof
course, all. those wonderful ani all the planned activities.The REBELS 14 UTILITIES 5 412 East Call St. (Former Southern Marine Building) Phone 9S1-5800;
.mals. We were accompanied by team headed by DonnIe The Rebels only had 11 base :
Bobby Fay Chaff,Madge Akridge, Thomas and Susan McLeod won hits to the city team's 9 but
Betty; Alvarez and Mrs. W.G. the Egg Relay, whle Carolyn several miscues greatly came f'OO
aid of the Rebels.
Gatlin. division to the
Henley won the 10-year-old -
Larry Bruner, Dean Johns and
sack race. Jackson Prevail -
Earlier In the week we enjoyed was half the winner In the Marvin Moore were each 2-for-4
songs and gamesand lots of stories Wheelbarrow race--Donnle Thomas for the winners. Bob Pace Ken TRUCK
and refreshments. This Fri- his Stuart Rayburnwon Fuquay. and Irving Meres were
day we plan to take a trip to the hands down In the water- 2-tor-4 to pace the losers. UNIROYAL FARM
Jacksonville Children's Museum melon event. JULY 7 LAWTEY 17, PLAZA 8 TIRES
where we will tour the new displays In Tournament play DonnIe Lawtey Rec had little trouble FACTORY DIRECT OUTLET
and perhaps see some interesting Thomas and Jackson Prevattbeat getting past Plaza Lodge 17-8, TIRES
Rex Selmer and Debra PrevattIn cut hitting Plaza 17-11.
films. We will have a Shuffleboard while Davie Lawtey led 13-5 after only four
picnic lunch there and return to Thomas once again defeated Rex Innings of play. Charles Carter
Starke about 2:30. Selmer In a vie for the dally was 4-for-5 to pace the winners 1 Boat
Thursday was an exciting day Ping Pong Championship. Much while Raymond Thomas was 2- BUY
for the 7-12 year olds afternoon more fun and excitement Is In for-3 for the losers.CUNNINGHAM r r d ROYgI
group. About 40-45 kids enjoyed store for all who attend this GULF 9, Trailer
a field day which taxed their who PROFS 4
week and we hope everyone
athletic abilities with sack of the The Profs were In this game ;
races can will take advantage LOYAL N01 &
wheelbarrow races egg relays facilities all the way but just couldn't CASH TIRE Tires ,,
overtake the Gulf team. E CAR
KFC Small Lead The winners led 3-2 after twoInnings OyAI lY TIRE
Regains Fry pNI
5-3 after three, and the SAVE
As Andrews Drops 2 Games 8-4 after five.Cunningham. had 15 base hits ,f ;

STANDINGS THRU JULY 9- paced by W.H. Johns Robbie mmHEADQU Meet
Fried Chicken won -
Smith, Paul McLeod and James
KFC 4-4 First
one and lost one last week but 5-3. Andrews Williams, 2-for-3.. The Profs t'
managed to regain sole posses- Federal 4-4, Community Bank BOB M1LNER
3-5 had 12 hits with Don Bagwell j1
sion of first place in Small Fry going 2-for-2.
Softball since Andrews Drugs SCHEDULE '' MANAGER
who shared first place dropped) Thursday, July 16No games JULY 8 STARKE UTILITIES
will be played-All players who
two First games.Federal won both their desire to do so will go see the 7, LAWTEY 0 IRTERS
When this Law-
game was over
Jacksonville Suns
games and moved Into second play. tey went home with an 11-6 vic- : c 1
22- 4:45 Andrews
Wednesday. July : -
with Andrews. Community Bank FOR
tory--they thought.
vs Community Bank. 5:45:
whipped KFC and are only one
It was discovered that the Law- a
KFC First Federal. .
vs _
game cut of second place. t i tey Rec.\;had played two ineligibleplayerauder '
assumed In
KFC met their co-leader and Conner To SpeakAt other words, the two names.players .. :' r '1yt tl 11 ...
had to come on strong in the who played were not legal playersof
late Innings to take a 15-9 win. Poultrymen'sMi the league--so they played
The winners had 17 base hits .* Saturday under two other players names
and were led by Stu Rayburnand who were legal. Consequently
Clay Gilhooly each going recorded 7-0
hey a loss.
3forMike Starling was 2- Commissioner of Agriculture .
for-2 fo; the losers. Doyle COMer will be featured :3ULF4 7. U N I ROYAL ir'
speaker at the first annual North
FIRST FEDERAL 27, COMMUNITY Plaza Lodge did It again
--upt -
BANK 8 Florida Poultrymen's Association "* the league's co-leader dropping '
First Federal rapped out 18 meeting at the Bradford AK-BELTED
them out of first
place witha FAST
County agricultural building Sat- \
base hits and utilized 11 walks 7-4 win. .
and numerous miscues to wal- urday night. Each team had base hits but t
lop Community Bank 278. A fried chicken supper will be
the Gulf team spread theirs of
served at 6 to over on some ; cAmerica's
The winners scored no less p.m. members seven innings-The Plaza had six Original Equipment _
than five runs In each Inning. their families and guests following of theirs In the fourth & fifth ',
Pat Mundorf was 3-for-4 for a review of the as- finest cars. YOUR
Innings. Cunningham had a 1-0 UNIROYAL :
sociation's first accomplishments
.the winners. year lead going Into the Plaza's half
JULY 9-COMMUNITY BANK by President Jack of the fourth but Plaza
came up
15 KFC 11 Hazen.A with a five run fourth to lead .':Y $ SPECIALIST
Community:: Bank stopped) the report of the Nominating 5-1 and headed
were never again.
Committee will be heard, followed '
league leaders from scoring In
Steve Varnum led the winners
all but the first and sixth but by the annual election of going 2-for-3. Jack Criffls was 1 s> '. L I J,
meanwhile they scored in every 2-for-2 for the ?
Inning to take a 15-11 win. The Association has an active ,H E78 M Blackwall plus
The bank team collected 17 membership of 90, Including JULY MADISON ST. BAFT. $%.35 Fed. Kx. Tax and j
base hits led by Al Chapman members from Bradford, Clay, 5, PROFS 2 I '" worn tire off your car.
and Randy Manning's 3-for-4. Union, and Duval Counties.SERVICEMEN UNi
Madison St Baptist moved
Jim Locke was 3-for-3 for the within one game of second place I : : : \

losers and" John Vallnskl was by trimming the Profs 5-2 on : GUARDIAN. hnv
3-for-4. Sp-4 David Anthony (Tony) the strength of 11 base hits while DUAL WHITEWALL
FIRST FEDERAL 14, ANDREWS Lawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. limiting the losers to only six ,,
13 I W.E. Lawson, of Route 1, Starke, hits.The a rVi NYLON CORD TIBB 'M
First Federal scored the winning Is the 8th Inf. Dlv. 1970 track church team scored two '
runs In the bottom of the champion In the one and two runs In the third Inning and In / Four
final Inning to score a 14-13 miles. the fifth Inning, one In the seventh All Nylon Full' Plies
victory over Andrews Drugs In Tony ran the two miles In while the Profs scored single D..S.OII..d'S. Cord 'o.\
a game which .saw the lead change 9 munutes and 30 seconds, and runs In the fourth and sixth Traction Tread
several times.Andrews the one mile In 4 minutes, 17 Greg. 51im-5tripe
led 3-2, First Fed- seconds. The two years that To- Rlherd led the winners at White Sidewall
eral led 6-3 and 8-6-The game ny ran for BUS, 1965-66, Starke the plate with three hits In four
was then tied 12-12 before Andrews was the State champion In track. at bats. David Smith was 2for2for MASTER PRICED
led 13-12 and the last Tony has bettered his undefeated the losers. GRIP AS LOW AS .. :
Inning rally by the winners. record at BHS since he has ,
First Federal had M hits- Andrews been In the Army REBELS 6, INDEPENDENTS $
12. Bruce Wilfred 3-for-3 The next track meet,USAREUR In a fast moving and well played FARM\ TIRE .f?
and Randy Edmondson 3-for-4 Command level. Is slated for game the Rebels removed a $195
led the winners. Nick Starlingwas August 7-9 In Nuernberg Ger- strong obstacle In their bid for flured "fi..n,
3-for-3 for the losers. many.; second half championship by edging haped.nd angled lus _h..
the Independents 6-4. total' traction, quick .011 rL.T I '-1
ThIs game_was close all the entry 4 1
Serving Florida way with only: one run separating Additional 'lug rapport pro- 6vidrdbydrongerconnected ,50.13 ?:.
Since 1950 the teams most of the time.After ''Blirkw.llTub.l, '. oJ.
one Inning the'Rebels led 2-1, 1. bum-vine. Plu. Fed E>. J a.r
1 after two innings the Rebels led ofllTS.nd.mo l .
U"U "
o of t1.HIng; ervtce, ff nc,: 3-2 then they made It 5-2 in off your c..
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I the Rebels advanced one In the
w,I bottom of the fifth and that was
Mrs. Carolyn Cordially the end of the scoring.
EAve II The Rebel defense was the key $3695COME
Representative Welcomes '..0 the game as their outfielders l FREE
oak; away several would-be base
Ph. 964-5812 You and Your hits. The outfielders were

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your credited with 12 putouts.
Starke New Home The winners had 12 base hits led 9.5/9-24 ON IN MOUNTING;
by Gene Melvin's 3-for-3. Lloyd Tubed Type .
CUyia' was 2-for-3 for the losers.GLASS Tax of $2.51 and
Plus Fed. Ex.
I The State of Florida x Tradefn rear Tractor Tire

Ills Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome an t

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If you are new In the area, a phone

call will, bring you r' a prompt visit rOR IVIRY TURPO5I ASH CARRY TIRES inch

from fur; local hostess. Please give .
her call! ale has maps and many..... J ./ 412 E. Call St. Phone 964-5800

free and. wonderful gifts for you CO.

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; _For Tobacco Referendum Urged To Vote Thurs., July 16 From HomeA : SuppBe*

.'. The polling place for the July the next year's crop/A/''' :penalty t'J r rs ... ................:............. ............. ...........>>:....!:o' ;.. ., .;-xo.-.;., >ooX'<
16 referendum Flue-cured tobacco growers' la marketing' quote, no acreage : : .
on acreage- will apply to marketings over' Bradford County;: 'have been urged allotments, and color TV, a .22 caliber r..t ii
poundage flue-cured marketing tobacco .has quotes been designated for- 110 per cent Price of the farm's poundage by J.M. Edwards. Jr., president will be In no effect price for support the- rifle, and a radio were stolen 1..w.i D TOif'.SALESli
quota. support on up last
Thursday from a house and
of the Bradford County; 1971 flue-cured tobacco
by the Bradford crop.
I County to 110 per cent of the farina 4'i'X41 trailer on SR.100.outt of Starke
{ Bureau to vote .Thursday July Another
referendum he
Agricultural exJIaIned. -
I Conservation (Stabllzation ASC) Committee.and who quota produce will be avaUabe within their to growers allot sir') 16. In a special tobacco-pro. ,' would be held next;year iff's according office to the Bradford- Sher- li Box: 75 LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alaehua 462-2628

Ii t AU growers 18 years of age or ment acreage. ducers refs enu. for the 1972-74 crops OLIVER TRACTORS .
"Fine-cured tobacco
older who share In the 1970 flue- If more than one-third of the growers
cured crop or Its proceeds are vote Is "NO", there will be no In our county;: will be given an ,Bradford County; flue-cured The television an. Emerson I 10 plFFERENT; SIZES

eligible to vote.Where tobacco marketing quotas and no price opportunity to determine It they bacco growers may vote at the color portable, was stolen froma D
Is produced In 1970 on a tobacco support in effect for the 1971 want to continue the acreage- ASCS Office In Starke on July house four miles.. south of :
allotment farm only the owner flue-cured tobacco crop. No limits poundage program and price support 16. The office will be open from Starke into which the resident TOWN &: COUNTRY GARDEN TRACTORS

and operator are eligible. will be put on production" of for flue-cured tobacco In 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Calvin Varnes.,. was just, mov- WITH MOWER ATTACHMENTS
I Acre& -poundage quotas have flue-cured tobacco. 1971. 1972 and 19T3," EdwardsHe q. 1- From 7 to 14 Horse Power with Gear or

been In effect since 1965. Flue- If laid. .
marketing quotas rejected explained that all farmers Hydro Drive. :.
cured tobacco must In this
growers now year's referendum,
decide whether or not to continue another referendum 18 years of age or older are eligible -
will be held
the program.If next If continued i to 'vote In the referendum DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
two-thirds year. quotas are If they share In the 1970 flue- Implements, Sidewinder:.Mowers. Holland I.
or more of the the next referendum will be held I.
votes cast are '"YES"tiregxtea In 1973. cured tobacco crop or Its pro Transplanters, Cole Planters

will continue! In effect for the County; ASC Committee Chair .. STARKE John Blue Ezee Flow and Others. #'
ism IIr12, and 1973 Growers Leaton "Where no tobacco Is producedIn ::::: a
crops. man. Morgan Jr.. urges
1970 on a tobacco allotment Combine and >'
Hay Equipment
may carry undermarkettngs all flue-cured tobacco growers PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE
farm only the owner and the
from a short crop over to the to vote this Important question. ANY-WEATHER KNITAqua.nala "
operator to -
are eligible vote.
next year. They also may market The polling place and hours designs a coat that keepsIts he explained. '
up to 10 per cent over the farm's are as follows: Agricultural fashion cool in any clime. Edwards also pointed out that HEIGHts' I'X TRACTOR REPAIRS'
Poundage quota penally-free; by Building ASCS office Starke String-colored cotton knit with If
deducting the difference from Fla., 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.I wide thick ribs is shaped intoa acre&growers-1OWIdaIe do not quota approve program the PHONE 473-31T6: >I.' : Calvin C. Williams and; Kaymond ivlfSSfKf&WSfffffSm I
jaunty cardigan style with .
Lake tie belt. at the election on July 16, no $ ::: : : :: :::!:.!&:: :..:::::::::::::: :;.:::::::::::::::::::: :,:::::::::::::;::>.:::::::;.>.;::::.<:>.:::::::::m::;: ::
Now Headquarters For CRESCLake
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Butler officially became ters decrees at the University; .
Jteadquarters for the Curriculum: of Florida and his doctorate la
Research Education education at the University of '
Supplementary ,
Center (CRESC) on July L Tennessee.The l $ L1 flvs C ...,
CRESC was located In Lake City, CRESC staff was faced 1. '
for two ;years. with the task of unpacking dozens -\',

On board as the new director of cartons filled with books,

at the seven-county; center was pamphlets supplies, etc.. arranging 1 \\OI COUH1lOWIt
Dr. Frank Reeves .who comes desks chairs file cabinets frosts

to CRESC from Dade County; and other office furniture Sa ; lore- $1.00 TO $7.00 .
ou air
where he was director of school and sweltering Air conditioning '''10 .

plant planning. Prior to Ms Dade Is being Installed, but is not

County; tour he was a general expected to be In use for several -

supervisor In Okeechobee Coun days.; ALL AT SPECIAL SAVINGS t.
ty.Dr.; Meanwhile the CRESC staff ..rM.COVNV
Reeves has a 'wide edu includes, in addition to Dr. 5f
cational background having Reeves Jim Calloway Joham al FRIDAY A SATUtQM

taught In Astoria Oregon and Chancy Rose Smith, and Faye matter charge.
In several Florida locations. He Mata consultants. There is one

Is no stranger to this area hayIng consultant vacancy on the staff. 18 GALLON MEN'S WHITE T-SHIRTS

served Starke schools. He .,,

obtained his bachelor and masK Tw 1'brwTAY. D J' a"44! PLASTIC 6 FT. 100% sure. Taped neck aheulder*.

..*. ....1.. ..... KEEP KOOLTREATMENT Full cut. Whit. only. Slies S-M-L.
Notice i* hereby .i.... tferilMr.
I IC? -" tt. '. Carl Norton GARBAGE CANS .
the holder of the toLlowlnl. cor. AIR MATTRESSES
A DO-rr-VOUMSCLF 4Mloato haa fU.d _101 ."Kb YOU SAVE 31c
deed to b.> 1
oate for a tax ;
ued Uioroon. Th. certificate ,- sl.rd.d LARGE 27 X 72"i? i
number and year ofNuance \
Kontrol- (he tcrlptlon of the ppoporty.and U wie. i formula 1 Fun for tho beach. pool, 1 @
In welch
the name. Mav,
picnic and
> follow: k. camping..
cirtlftcat". I4. Y*at of .. duty.lightweight. \
| | Inflatable' with built-in
DASUon'ofOTP: \ P ty: BSt cooling' { pillow., '
Mass .STAll 100'. oor of Lot lot and .ya t MEN'S BOXER SHORTS
tt....tlwllllIoICtI JnH. .IB.1(tan Mae'' B I 10:: 8 100' W 200'. N Ry.Name 100. fioital***. run [* Aliened colon and deilfni..' ..
E. ot
to b in tawtoy '
a10M///fIr SAVE MWUTES/ In which aMMd: :Mr. .f.to 5NIa T JVj fc, Printed Broadcloth In I 100?! Cotton

j QOO and up w. J. Ch&ndl.r.All :: ttt'::.p_,. being 'In Lock den en lid Reap Konl 1 dens'and y v o
the 0 FREE $ of Florida.Unlea certificate or er- iI E1Mt"t ;. .,t
such .
uu orsm tlfloatoa shall bo ro4..md .o-.. a 1 + : jr.J Washable, durable elastic waiiU
> *vROIXII cording to law the property 0..Ib.d
..-.. In ouch cortldoat or.rtltlcatN YOU SAVE 164 W vdt +4t
CHEMICAL' COHHT-AMY. will b. sold| to the 2/100 t Siiei 2* to 42.
OX: ....-. ] "I te. M3O7: "I.b. bldd.r at tb. court / ",1
hou. door>> the tIT.t Mondayla
Month fO August 1070 whicI. YOU SAVF leeEAGLE"
the Ird' day of Autu.t, 1110. YOU I 2/100
Starke Builder Supply .' Dated tola th day of Juno. SAVF I :
Starting FRM Feed Store "". @
'nmae Gr. let '" '
EI"I'r1s Gr"cenLAWTEY! oP'C rr'Court fBrVSord 1 1 a1a"
County. FloridaT
.a 4t 7-II- .

........ |* Aatrum. added feature; ; '
Breaker' Crc.'.. Store "'&L1awa hAAIt': iaTAauu RADIOS t 'U make anew* whiter 1 brighter Full cut. Wide belt loop.

US S&&d l vi' YOU SAVElestheratb Well tailored. wahable t durable
ral .
Hampton Store 011' twrW.A
'*M a'IATM'AlM YLOIY YV. Solid State. 17. ll \ Choice of popular solid color.
Lake Butler Bnlrc* lOA ..,...1I..1 tb:.s .a "JOIM ... ane c.... YOU SAYE !I." I I 05110.6..16.
+ ,: _

Maly Carter Pal It" 'Dh- Cash tNnk, aad. due Iron .ot....... Earphone. tm I :I a @ r + ts YOU SAVE 2300BOYS' / I I

tribator. Plherie Mj-'lftS O. H. 'ir.aauryBmurttioe .,.........IOk4l Model APR 40 6 _ _ _ .t ; ( 9 rn
.aUaue of SUtoe a.. ", :
p..uUcal sill.derlone Mii.mil 60" X 16

other Loans l..n..IQt." .
...a pnruI.Ituralture a. SYIAAM. SYLVANIA POLOS
and 'Iteiue. l SHEETBLANKETS E
JacksonvilleBusiness .. and other a..
aaa r.pr.Natfagbanks
pr...nU.e It..)..., Mock-turtle neck with short *lve*.
Real .:.tat. .WB.4 .tar SO 100 ISO Popular ....,tod colors In site 3 to 1.S .
....5 ban prenuaoa 1.0 r 100% cA't. .
.... 11,0l1.10
fitterTOTAZ. .ta Bulb are Bfe>teted. 7. YOU SAYE

ASSETS.......... 'l..n.llo ""S YOU SAVE @e I I 0. color,. I I C@ 32* 2/100/

..-. .---.. t WI,14eaJa. .. \ 614 ?
Directory .aria.r..l... YOU SAVE 164
sad curpvra.tloa .S7l.TII.il
{' 'lm. an* eaviBc depuaite
.. 0" _.rgarathou. 1:1'::
Auto Sale and Service 1.141 til.M '
1 eellavermeat of<< Va1U4 ...Ilw r Solid c nlr. a0XOF12.. '
._.". .f Slatoe Can be uied for t '

Parrish MotorsHALMS SSSAtKSSSf. ... '. rA1QNUgl.d till: inflating alltire 0 Make. dusting;, SAVE YOU .9 I SHELLS ,'r: 'PANTIES

..7b.cks. .10.Offloerrn .01 and bye ..., eaaler and ,faeter. m ,
TOTAL Et'oiiTED f.41'sST..67 At thia price \l '
,, I ,
mvi ac 4A7 'Iotai. UetaaaD.po.lt .. ....0....... c I buy two Solid color r Double km U
for hone,
PARTS: one Reach thole
(1+1 ruin time aade.Tln Cool Cotton. Double crotch.Wute .
,. doooalta 1.013.$77.14Oth.r ,44 iI one for car. har4toitalplace Faihlen knit*. t iolarlock

Always deal Vied Can lUbllltlea IU.n. yt'a -.4 *. SWIM RINGS Care-free comfort ;-p:: Cotton.

tit Learn ... Ph.ELECTRIC S6t 1114 2ubUUI*> _Mli.Hi.HBUISSUiTM YOUSAYElit 1. Site* 3 to AX Site 4 to 14.

b Your choice of 20" er iplll tail YOU SAVE 774 YOU SAVE ,
y swim ring In aorted color*
for baa deut loeeoa D
M loetaa (aet up p.r @l
Saul to internal Be".- YOU SAVE 3/100
PEAVY Brotherf Aue 8rvl. Hullaa 11...|..| c 1
total II....... Oa Jaen. f 1.36
Electric Co. And Youurltl.u r
"..._ As..wat. _

Electric Motor &11.17 tusr"14'_pltal. total (.urn UH.HMI JOHNSON'S FLASHLIGHT SETS }t. ''MEN'S SUPPORT SOCKS GIRLS'''

Bold flenrloed B patted ; Comma

OeneraAars starters Armafcvt a&eo. toial par |.., ... >IC BABY Oil fa include AMOUS MAKIR 1

....1DdID.. He.vain*.-ar.. ..- 40Z.7f 2 flahliht YOU SAVE 47< + Nat'I lye Sold for 5.00 Pair. WALTZ

4044 Lens Jax. 3S7,13>K ....,... .U.... A .4 kattorle* Eae lf fatifue. '
Me. ...... outetaadla < VAIUI Comfortable support.
"" ll.'9' .,. I I Assorted color 2/300/ I I / GOWNS

PIANOS SurpuIa pronto 'nul: ::: ,{@ lUfulart King Site.

Undlvld.4 a........ 111.11' .. c-7 { Individually boied. + ManPermanent/

TorAL RJUIRVJl:8.: : AND CAP'6TALA000UNI'S 7.121I.14 OXFORDS SNEAKERS CANVAS SNEAKERS / ruffled* and bottom*. ,

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Aee.gs ., .tal ...- LOW TO'Cu.hion.d Machine lovely panels '
... Altr.dia! Styling 1 Sites 4 I I4. 1
4. B'etM (er IIAialeaVAAl waihable in t : te
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tag with o.Jl date '..11..11." )\\SHAMPOO 1 Sturdy duck upper sturdy can***, j + p1
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for tko U .alada ''
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.ay. .i.* wit
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J. Rala 8. Joka/t ANtMSat.shier. A"yr" 1.11 VALUE Gshi.it.d White only.
KIMBALLSWINGER" .f the above. aam 4 t ) White _
ORGANS hank : .natreporfeTaoodUloa :' Site S to 10. ;1 r i BTIII- >

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Cerreot ..."...: Ruts *..... 3C YOU SAVE M4
WESTERN STORE .. L. .1I11X.:Dtnark"... YOU III [

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Best Female Remedy' Was Invented :|::1. Local Finals FFAIn Of Letters toEditor. r

Forest ContestThe _

And Bottled In Starke 62 Years Ago IIIs | Future Farmers of Amer- the ;

ica Chapter at Bradford High .

Starke had Its Industrte*-Evea who came to Starke during the It enriches the blood and gives will be occupied by J.R. Dover School is a finalist again for a
In 1888. winter. life and energy to the system. for his stationery and sporting statewide award in forest man- .
In an age that doted on patent "The doctor, having a keen "The capacity at present Is goods business. His next door agement to be presented by St.
medicines, Starke laid claim to eye for business, saw at once 1,000 bottles per day. Fifteen neighbor will be Fred Stump, Regis Paper Company. Dear Mr. Matthews: idled Nations- Instrument of
medical fame through "the that an untouched fortune awaited thousand bottles will be put up who will carry a complete stock The chapter was selected as our destruction. It Is alarming
wonderful curative powers" of Its manufacture and development at once, after which It will be .1-dry goods and clothing." one of the seven best managed You are to be congratulated on I how few people' In the United
Dr. Tate P welI'. "Wild Orange hence he purchasedthe placed on sale through the school forests In Florida froma the general good quality of your. States of America know what
:+L ...4II yrup, ." described' In the AprilII patent right and at once set country." (End quote). IT'S CAPTAIN JONES field of more than 70, located paper. Your editorials and printed the Genocide Convention The
1888 Issue of The East Florida the wheel to rolling FOR THE MILITARY between Lake Okeechobee) and letters encouraging patriotismand L Genocide Convention Is an International -
Courier as "nature's own "Dr. Powell, the Inventor of Perhaps the reader will won- Starke has had a "military Pensacola. This chapter has won decency are very commend- treaty of the United
remedy." the above mentioned preparation der, as do we, why such a "won- ," varioulsy called cash awards for the past two able. We can be thankful our com Nations organization which alleges
The Courier, Incidentally, was Is a native of North Carolina derful remedy" was ever allowed Home Guard, National Guard, years. munity has not yet been sub- that genocide Is a crime
one of The Telegraph's early having come here about to pass from the medical scene. etc, since time immemorial. As Winner of the competition will jected to the serious drug under International law. If ratified -
competitors, which flourished five years ago. BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT mentioned above In 1913 it was receive: a $250 cash award from problems and filth of many other it will give' the United Na-
briefly on the Call Street scene. "Wild Orange Syrup Is the 57 YEARS AGO housed upstairs In the buildingnow St. Regis. Cash prizes to all places.In tions authority to Intervene In
"Wild Orange Syrup," says great blood purifier. ItpollUvelycures Downtown Improvements were occupied by Stump's Store, winners will exceed $600.A our effort to Improve the the domestic affairs of our nation -
the Courier article,"was Invented blood poisoning of all kinds, newsworthy half a century ago, and this "armory" was the three-man Judging team recently Image of Bradford County; we and subject' us to a super
by Dr. Powell, one Starke's skin diseases, rheumatism, sick just as they are today. The Tele- scene of many dances, community visited the forest near should all be concerned about government. "
leading physicians. No doubt, headache, kidney and liver complaints graph's issue of July 4, 1913 Christmas trees, and other festi- Starke. Judges included Carl raising the morals of our citi The crime of''genocide, as defined -
many will hall with delight the dyspepsia, loss of ener- carried the following Item under vities. Dennis, St. Regis, Jacksonville; zens. This can be accomplishedby In this treaty, could be
%, Information that It is now being gy, malaria etc. It is said to be the heading "HANDSOME BUSI- The unit, then designated as George Busby, State Departmentof keeping out pornographic literature construed as consisting of almost -
manufactured right here inStarke the best female remedy on earth.It NESS BLOCK." Company M. First Florida Regiment Education; and John Nesbit, and Indecent movies. anything any Indlcldual or
/ .. by that prince of good fellows, Dr. Is the only remedy known that "The Perry Dover block, hitherto was reportedly the firstin Florida Forest Service. I would like to suggest Mr. group might do or say which sup
J.H. McBrayer, of Shelby, N.C., will In every case prevent fever. known as the armory build- Florida to volunteer for ser Awards to the state winner Matthews, that you refrain from posedly caused physical: or men-
ing, is now almost completed. vice In the Spanish American and five runners-up will be announced nublishing advertisements of X tal harm to members of any so-
Contractor Quigley has made a War. It was commanded then at the annual meeting rated movies or any other film called minority group. The Black
of vocational agriculture teach- known to be of mindcontaminating Panthers for Instance have already
good job of converting the ground (1898) by Capt. Eugene S. Mat- ,
ers scheduled for Miami Au-
Our editorial. quality. been charging police officers -
floor from a livery stable Into thews.
two handsome store locations. Another early commander of gust. I also Implore our theatre who arrest them with gen
The finest of all are the Immense the unit was Capt. DeWitt C. Other finalists include FFA managers to refuse to show any ocide. Under this treaty the United -
of funeral chapters at Brooksvllle, Moore filthy, sensational movies. Nations, not the United
plate glass windows which afford Jones, present owner
unlimited space for the dis- homes in Starke and Keystone Haven Tallahassee Milton and Then when our citizens are advocating States, would have the power to
I Point of f view play of goods. Heights.The Walnut Hill.During decency by patronizing decide whether or not such char-
I "Mr. Dover has spared no May 26, 1911 Issue of The the 13 years it has only the wholesome pictures and ges called for a trial of those
expense in making the remodeling Telegraph gives the following Is sponsored the contest, St. Reg- literature, we can begin to be accused and whether any such
both substantial and stylish, account of Jones' promotion and has presented more than proud of our community. trial was to be conducted by
$7,000 in cash awards to FFA
units elected their some America tribunal or by
and he has the satisfaction of election (the
owning the handsome store build- own commanders In those days). chapters throughout Florida,plus Very sincerely yours. some "International penal tri
ing in Starke. "At a meeting of the local management counsel and equip bunal" as designated by the United -
ment for teachers and
"The store on the west side military company Monday even- The school students._ Mrs. Francis Meng Nations >
forest are provided Hampton, Florida It is by a loop-hole In our
to.hliti schools and managed Constitution that makes this

:,} .("t by PTA chapters for teaching treaty so dangerous to us. ArtI-
JOI'Jt basic forest managementand cle VI, paragraph 2 of the Constitution -
k /; fHO ( an appreciation of the environ Jeer Mr. Matthews: 'states In part, ". all
( l.Some treaties made, or which sail be
18 of the forests are located Mrs. Meng sent me a cop' made, under the authority of the
Y on St. Regis lands. About of a letter she was sending to United States, shall be the supreme -
twice that number have been pro- The Telegraph concerning your law of the land, and the
vided by the Florida Forest Ser- accepting ads on X-rated mov- judges of every state shall be
.tV" vice, with the rest made available "
.atw' ies.I bound thereby. '. This means
primarily by other paper would like to say that the the judges of every state shall
companies criticism by some over the X that treaties overlde the Constitutions I
rating for films Is largely unjustified and legally bind the

Ing an- election of captain took for this symbol servesas American people both as a nation
place, Captain W.L. Wall wish- a clear indication that a film and as individuals. No other
Ing to resign, as his business so rated Is not for Juveniles, nation has such a binding constitution -
r. 2 pus engagements made It difficultfor and the refusal of some news- of treaties and therefore -

him to do position justice papers to carry such advertising have a- legal way out of
I L "The choice of the companyfor perpetrates a disservice to their ever being brought to trial for
U// a new captain naturally fell readers. This "warning" signal an act of genocide. This explains
1 1r upon First Lieutenant DeWitt C. may attract the patronage of why the Communist controlled
Jones, who was tendered the some people, but it is aiding nations have already signed the
promotion on a former occasion, multitudes who are sincere In treaty.;
but at that time preferred that their desire to make sure their This Genocide Convention was
someone with more experience young people see only picturesthat submitted to the senate by Pres-
. should be given the captaincy. DO NOT come under that ident Truman In 1950. Public

Unsanitary Dumps Still A ProblemDespite "This time Mr.Jones accepted, classification.The opposition prevented It from getting
and as he is very popular with the objective of the ratings Is any place. In 1953 President
company and Is well versed In to Inform parents about the suit Eisenhower tried to revive the
military matters, will make a ability of movie content for viewIng treaty and get It ratified, but
low population figures of worked out, take the trouble to first-rate commander of Com- by their children. The rating to no avail, and the same thing

the recent U.S. census, Bradford Coun- haul our garbage to one of the county'sfive pany E after Captain Wall's resignation system is as follows, for happened In 1966, under Presi-
those who be unfamiliarwith dent Johnson.Now PresldentNlx-
ty's garbage problem continues togrow. present land fills we could help takes effect." it: may on has put the prestige andpres-

Indications are that our waste and trash the county immensely. At the same u- GGeneral audiences: all ages sures of his administration solidly

will be a problem that will plague us time we would not be defacing major Cypress Gardens admitted. behind the effort to obtain
with increasing intensity highways. Tropical Wonderland America's GPParental guidance sug- ratification.
replacing gested all admitted.R This
its ; ages treaty must be opposed
1,600 kerosene
gardens heaters Restricted under 17 because it is threat
; years a to our
Our county commissioners are pre- What we face, unless we begin to with natural gas, infrared heaters must be accompanied by parent. sovereignty as a nation and to
se tly studying means to dispose of take the responsibility on ourselves, to OOO better protect the more than XNo one under 17 years our individual freedom. All who

this refuse in a cleaner, more efficient is the hiring of a special deputy THE REAL POLLUTERS' varieties of o plants.Diary admitted. understand Its dangers must act

and more convenient manner. sheriff to police county dumps. Someof quickly to Influence the senateto

This may be done through a system of us would be arrested and "made Sincerely, vote against ratification by

large trash receptacles placed over examples of." Our tax dollars wouldbe FarmersWe're Robert C. Barksdale Spessard writing to L. Holland Florida's and Senators EdwardJ.

the county which will receive regular used to employ this deputy. Florida Theatreand Gurney today. Get Involvedand

pick-up from county trucks which will 301 Drive-In see what a good feeling 't
getting Into Dog Days to leave the state on a vacation
haul the trash to a central sanitary This would seem a ridiculous extreme and you don't have to look at to find things of Interest. We is to be doing something fo

fUl. yet it has been discussed a throbbing thermometer to see f have been over most of the state Matthews the benefit of your country.
Dear Mr. :
several times, In all seriousness, by It is hot or not. And no one but there Is still a lot of it Paul I.

Meanwhile, our waste problem Is County Commissioners at their wits is looking skyward for signs of we haven't visited and there Is Genocide Convention of the Uit's Hampton Meng
clouds to bring needed rain as enough left to take
up many,
growing and John
Q. Public end.
you aren't
in this season the sky will be many vacations In the future.
doing your share to keep that prob- bright one minute and then ...
lem as minimal as possible.We In recent months, all America seemsto blacked out with a rain squallthe -- cloves, 6 sticks cinnamon.

be on an ecology kick. TV grindsout next. And a sure way to .,' Pare and remove all green
+ and pink portions from water-
bring on a rain is to leave your i' a womGl'sJ'.m
ignore "No Dumping" signs. We spectaculars. Photo stories flood windows ;> .,- melon rind. Cut it In desired
place garbage In "volunteer" dumps the press. Politicians call committee car up. By Sam McGarveyhad .. shape or size, and soak for 2

(which are not sanitary land fills) meetings and pass umpteen laws. or 3 hours In the lime water.

that do not receive a regular cleanup Everybody is In favor of more strict been littered up with cans, Cook for 1 hour or until tender

by the county. Some of us even anti-pollution laws-- for the other Tobacco farmers are busy bottles and other trash, but now Drain weak watermelon.! Cover witha
cropping and "barnlng" what Is owned the state and vinegar Q part vinegarand
it by
use the No
Dumping fellow
signs for
practice! target probably the most high-priced will be kept in good condition. By Martha Sue McCain 2 parts water) and allowto
"weed" in the world. From reports County Extension stand overnight.
Industry and government have been we've heard, the crop they Home Economics Agent Discard the liquid next morn-
These practices particularly slo- prodded Into spending millions of dol- are gathering is a very good Ing. Make a syrup of vinegar,

venly for a county such as ours- lars to clean up the environment. one and It seems likely that pric- We have also been to Manatee, water, sugar and spices (tied
one blessed with ces will again reach new highs Rainbow, Green Cove, Orange, old-time mak- loosely in a cheesecloth bag and
an abundance of clean with billions more needed. Are you Interested In Clothing indicates pickle lightly pounded). Heat syrup to
this Blue and Poe springs (both near
woodsland. But we are doing, It would year. ) Salt Construction Do you sew your ers knew what they were doing. 180' F. Cover and let sit for 1
well as
High Springs as
seem, our best to deface our county. But who made it dirty In the first 5 Springs. So you can see whatwe own clothes? Have you tried the Scientists today have discovered hour. Add drained watermelonand
Invisible zippers? Do have that grape leaves contain -
place? And who must pay for the had visited many of themin trouble setting in sleeves? a substance that Inhibits cook gently for about 1 to'

Shooting at the No Dumping signs cleaning? The answer is simple. We, After living here for more than the state, but had not seen We have set up six sessionsto the development of the enzymes bins 1-1/2 to hours thicken.or Add until white syrup be-
is no less than juvenileand, no doubt the people. 20 years, we finally got aroundto the biggest of them all until discuss and work with the that cause cucumbers to softenIn and continue corn
syrup cooking until -
taking a trip down to Ocala last weekend.Incidentally, swim-
the Of all the
that Is most common "Problems" of brining. grapes
age group responsible for some and took in the fabulous show ming In the springs at this time syrup is fairly thick. Cover
had the variety
studied Scuppernong
of it. If each of us, every day, would they put on down at Silver of the year will cool you off sewing.you will During have these the sessions opportunity of the Muscadine family, a natIve and cool In syrup to plump the

think about the the necessity for clean Springs. We refer, of course, in a hurry, as the waters are to try out these tech- American variety; thatorgi- rind before packing.Reheat.Pack
By these acts the public Is forcing air and water, as well as Utter pre- to the viewing of the springs about 72 degrees and that's a niques. You are Invited to attend nated in Tyrrell County, North with Into clean hot jars and cover
leaving 1/2 inch
the county to spend tax monies un- vention, and then determine to do some- there through glass-bottomed big drop from the usual air one or all, or as many as you Carolina, is especially rich in the headspace; adjust lids. ProcessIn ,

necessarily. It will cost $56,000, more thing about these problems, then-- boats which eyeful gives of an you enchanting a breathtaking temperature. have interest, morning or even- substance that prevents cucum- boiling waterbath earner for

than $20 thousand and then-- will make Ing. Beginners, Intermediates bers from softening. 5 minutes.
per dollars of assessed only we start tp underwater scene as deep as r and advanced are all welcome. If you want to follow the old-

property, to pay for this pro- progress.We 80 feet below the surface of Sessions will last approxi- time method, wash grape leaves A Singing Flame May
posed new system. Even our present Silver River. Speaking of such things, we mately 2 hours, beginning times and layer them with the cucum-
inadequate garbage system costs thou- are the ones who can keep a. have climbed down in some of are 10 a.m. and 7 pjn. bers in brine, discarding them End Air Jets' WhineA

sands of dollars annually. America beautiful, and a fit placein the chua-Gllchrist sinkholes around county the area Ala-to Monday, July 20- Sleeves. when you make the pickles. "Singing Flame" may put
Thursday, July 23- Zippers.
which to live. Don't you think it's The waters there are alive get pictures of Irrigation pumps Thursday, August Facings& FESTIVE FIG CONSERVE(For an end to the whining sound of
If we would. until a better solution worth a try? with fish- big schools of bream which obtained water for farmIng Bindings. Elegant Occasions): the airplane jet engine, if the

and bass and other varieties, operations. At the bottom Tuesday, Auguest 11Fast- 2 pounds fresh figs or 1 quart experiments are successful at
as well as whopping big catfish of one there was a pool, con- enings. canned figs, or I pint plumped or the College of Engineering,
which lurk in the caverns nected to the vast subterraneanwater Thursday, August 13Hems frozen figs, juice_of.I. 1 lemon Pennsylvania State University.
The Bradford County from which the springs are fed, system, and the farmer Tuesday, August 18- Professional I and 1/2 pounds sugar, (3 cups), Mechanical engineer Ger-
and as a fisherman, Sam got as said that after pumping steadily Touches. Pulp and thinly-sliced or nneiy
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED big a kick out of that as from from it for 24 hours the level These classes will be held ground peel of I orange, 1/2 hard Reethof is searching for
anything else. went down only a few inches. In the Agricultural Center at pound raisins, 1/2 cup finely an efficient, economical method
1879 the Fair grounds and conducted chopped pecans. of reducing the loud whine of
.r. .
/ P by Miss Martha Sue McCain, Cut fresh or canned figs and fan-jet engines.:
fo \ Extension Home Economies raisins in small pieces. Com- His premise i$,that, if a pure
eBitle Some time ago,we visited Juniper The farmer told us that at Agent for Bradford County; bine ell ingredients except nuts, tone could be generated in a
M.MIaFLOR Springs, which are located times he had seen blind cat- If you are interested in these and cook until thick and trans- jet engine's hot exhaust
down In that area, and while It fish come up from the dark depths classes please contact the Ex- parent (about 1 hour). Add nuts and if that sound could gases
IA E S cannot compare with Silver In below and then lazily descend tension Home Economics Office 5 minutes before removing from be
Righteousness and justice the flow of water, it Is naturally again. In peering into the mys- at 964-6554. or send a card to heat. Pack In hot standard jars. pitched exactly out of phase
A S S O T O N are the foundation of thy far more spectacular. The spring terious dark water, we tried to P.O. Box 267, Starke, Florida Adjust lids. Process a boiling with the fan-blade noise, the
throne.-Psalms( 89:14)) merges from what might be described imagine the vast network of underground 32091 waterbath canner ((212'F.)-- two will cancel. Preliminary
as a gigantic seashell streams and later pints, 10 minutes. Serve with research has shown that an
which is richly colored in every sought more information. But PICKLES, PICKLES, PICKLES holiday turkey or ham. Festive oscillating electric field actingon
hue of the rainbow and we thinkit the truth is that not much is Grandmother used grape fig conserve adds elegance. the boundary of the hot
is the most beautiful natural known even today on that subject. .eaves. Look in old cookbooksand SWEET PICKLED WATERMELON of
There is
E. L. MATTHEWS, EditarPabalier always a way to formation in the state. an oxy-acetylene flame
handle the affairs of our life read the handwritten notes In RIND: does result in the generation .
Frifclfched. eaofc Thursday art catered Btttmt
m them. You'll 4 pounds watermelon rind,
with love, and consideration. . notice recipes in of sound at the
CUM Matter *t tM Poet Office mi Btetto, Fterida which Great-grandmother used Lime water made from 2 quarts frequency of
order Aet .* March 3rd. U7. Our minds and our hearts can grape leaves in making pickles. water and 2 tablespoons slaked the imposed electric field. In
be poised and peaceful free Another which is also painted At t Sliver Springs parking! lot fact it was even
la She believed they helped make lime, 1 quart white vinegar 2 possible to
ftakttripOoa trade< crest! 1 year $S."; Outside
from tension. We can feel assured in vivid colors is Itchtucknee, we saw a large number of Florida good pickles. cups water, 8 cups sugar, 11/2 transmit music with considerable
trade 1
area of justice. located out by Fort White. The cars, so we are not aloneIn Some modern cooks scoff at cups white corn syrup I table- fidelity hence, the term
last time we saw it the place believing that you do not have
the Idea
but recent research spoon allspice 1 tablespoon singing flams' \!
T.EI.rClCJ.PII 't' r*''
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By: EDM Blanchard


Grace United I
Methodist:Sunday I
School 9:45: Worship service U
a.m. MYF, Wednesday 8 pm.!
WSCS met Tuesday of last Week
with seven present,
First Baptist: Sunday School
9:45: a.m. ; Worship services 11
a.m. and 8 p.m.. Training Union i
7 j.m.; Midweek services Wed
nesday 8 p.m.
Church of God; Sunday, School I

10 a.m.. Worship services l1a.m. .. .. .
and 7:30 p.m.; YPE. Thursday, LOWER REGULAR PR'C' S: WEEKLY .'
7:30 j.m. 'Op StoatsDon't $PECIAl$, S&H GREEN;, 'STAS.
Highland Baptist;Sunday School .. ,
9:45 a.m., Worship services 11
a.m. and 7:30p.m.: Prayer meet-
Ing Wednesday 7:30-: followed by
choir practice. miss this Offer!

GFa'l1asia GIlJ'La
friends of Donny Wise will regret -
to learn that he is a patientin
Bradford County; Hospital. We FEATURED "PIECE-A-WEEK" ,Ir"A'
hope he will be well again. GOOD JULY 16 THRU 22 + firs "''
Mrs. T.L. Wainwright was 4w I J

visiting Langford Mr.in Lake and Butler Mrs. Morris part of F-T DINNER I PLATE

last week. On Saturday Jack

visited Wainwright Mrs. Wainwright.of Waycross Ga. : F1 ONLY3QO 1

Mrs. Ernest Wells and Mrs.
Linnle Gllchrlst ,spent Friday L e All WITH A S3.00 ., WHY NOT TRY A TENDER SUCCULENT PICNICPURCHASE

Middleburg.Mrs. Gerald Bush daughter i. WHILE I THEY LAST!
of Miami were Monday to Thursday _
visitors of Mrs.A.C. Pearce.
Wednesday Leslie Sapp of with her grandmother spent GOOD JULY 16 THRU AUG. 19 Delmonico $159) Chuck Roast LB.89c Round Steak LB.99c

Mrs. Pearce. This coupon worth 7.00 LB. .
Mrs. Charlie Manning attendeda 1

the birthday anniversaries of PLATES Chuck Steak LB.79c Shoulder Roast. 99C Round Roast. $1 9
her nephews, Morton Padgettand w 1e LB.

gett, all of Clay Hill, at the

home Morton of in Mr.Lawtey.and Mrs.About Robert 25 relatives L. $1:00: 4 ,UPnN Ground Beef 3 LBS. $1 I79 Rump Roast LB $129 1 Canned Ham 3 CAN $Z 99

were present to enjoy ..If..
$1 1,99
._. :OUPON
the day together. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE E-Z CARVE
Mr. and Mrs. D.E. Boatwright
spent last weekend camping on
Little St, Marys River at Masa- 'OVEN READY
donia. L \ I 98 t
Mrs. Linnle Gilchrist returnedto fapY11MMIN/ pl RIB ROAST ,apYlNMINT p .1p1
her home in Brunswick, Ga. GOOD JULY 16 THRU AUG. 19 U, $, CHOICE LB' V. S. CHOICE
on Sunday after a two-week visit. This coupon worth 2,00
with Mrs. Wells.
Mrs. Evelynn Henry of Starke GRAVY BOAT '
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Owen
Anders on Tuesday of last week. & DISH '
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. H.E. ,/e, ,/1, i SOUTH CAROLINA
Quantity Righti ReiervedWINNDI
Priest during the week was their
$4.99 ""II SIOIII3 -eO'YA'OHT-'O'
ville.nephew young Roy Sill of Gaines- $2.00 Peaches 5 LBS. $1

Dennis and Sanday Perkins of --
Merrlt Island are visiting their 2 99 gUPON cal' THRIFTY MAID APPLE l THOMPSON SEEDLESS

grandfather this week. Elzy (Pat) Grlffls Sauce 6 CAN$' $1)00 Grapes 3 lBS. $])00
.i. 1 1 r o
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Bradley SANTA ROSA
were visiting Mrs.R.L.Smith and ASTOR
family in Jacksonville on Sunday. O' SUNSHINEBUTTER. ..Salad' Oil :. 68e", Plums..3 IBS. $])00
Mr and Mrs. Pierce Crews .
attended the Crews family reunion SUNKIST JUICY
Sunday at the home of COLGATE Limit Two W/J. Purchase Eee. Cigarette' !.
)12 49c
Dempsey Sapp on Little Santa 48 FOR
Fe Lake. Approximately 20 relatives Toothpaste VINE RIPE
met to enjoy! this occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Richardsonof IVORY LIQUID(SAVE lie) Tomatoes. lB.2CJc
Orange Park visited the Crews 48C
family during the week. Mr. and : LAND SUNSHINE
Mrs. Crews spent Wednesdaywith 1LB"B/ 1 LB
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof t! Butter . PKG.: 69c

Worthington Springs and Mr. Bread 2 20'0.. 59C BLUE BONNEFT
and Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Shawat PKG. j2ff lOAVES Oleo IBPKGS.
LaCrosse. . 3 $100]
We are pleased to note that
Mrs. George J. Estes is able
to be at home again after sur-
gery In Bradford County; Hos-
pital. O o 0

J.R. Adklns son-in-law of Mr. 1
and Mrs. J.R. Devore has Jus \ Vim
returned from 13 months servicein
Vietnam. __
Vanessa Futch of Clay Hill Is
spending the week with Teresa : e MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANTCOFFE ASTOR INSTANT '

Devore. COFFEE

1 / 1 .
In Th. Circuit Court Of The 6 01. c
Elfhth Jnrilrlnl Circuit Of Flor. JAR
Ida llradfvrd County. 78
In And For
e.... No. '
Patricia Holt"p7aTntlK.. vi
Reuben F Holt. Defendant. 6oz.JAR.
To: Reuben F. Holt. Sgt. E.8. E
InS..IOU 010 Commanding; Of-
fleer V. S. Army Fort Campbell

1CYno'uCAr'e Hereby Notified thatan limit I Coffee of choice with" $S 00 or more purchase excluding ciga,....... '
action for drVorce has beenfiled
against you and you are
required to eerve'a copy of yourwritten'
defense. If any to 'It THRIFTY MAID VAN CAMPO

for 14 on Kill Plolnjlff Westlorid -S.dslLilatrthe'. Sanders who"o" ...ddr.Attorney original.... Ia Luncheon Meat 3 I 12 CANS at. $1))00 Pork & Beans .7 N 'A3 $100

F a
with the Clerk of the above styled -
Court on or before July 20. THRIFTY MAID PINEAPPLE STOKELYGrapefruit

relief 1>TO entered.: otherwise demanded avalnst a.Judgment In you the for Co.maYbe M... Drink .4 44 CANS.01. $100 Cut Asparagus 3 NCAI:3 $100

plaint or Petition.WITNESS
my hand na"seal

day Inman of June D. 1970.Green Fruit Drinks 4 44'01. $1)00 Fordhook Limas .3 NO 303 $100

A.A.8YI Clerk D.PIl7z'il.rkn 81 Inman of Said D.Court Green O CANS CANS 0 oIZPKG.et.39c

7-18 EGGO

Waffles . . PAN REDI

JfOTICE roll OF TAX APPLIC..TIOor DFFDNotlc. : LIBBY'S Shrimp a . 2 PKG.* $269

See.Is hereby 104.14. P.S.irlven.i thatthe Lemonade . 9 CANS, 99c ," y THRIFTY MAID ALL FLAVORS TASTE O' SEAlARGE !

, Mr holder T': of J. the Alderman toUowlna t eertefka.iee ROMANCHUSE.SAU5AGEo, ti Fish Sticks X: 59e

_ned tea( for thereon.has a tae filed Th.jald certlfleiit."rt'fl b. ''... Pepperoni Pizza . ''Asr79eHEATH I ICE MILKESKIMO I ASTOR
and of 'i.susnce.the
numbers years Juice 6 c4ANS99e
description of the Property.and BAR OR BOROEN . .
the names In which It was
aesesited are as followerC.rtiflcate Cake Roll 39e MRS PAUL'SOnion :
No. IT (City). Tear a. 5.02.
Description of Issuance of 1668.Property. Lot MIn nUZUQUEEN.V.aIPamag'an.li"&Onion..S..f.Chipp.d Rings . 3 PKGS. slop)
Nat Williams S-D. Beef Solo bury Steak 01 I TWINPOPS TREE TOP

Name Lennon.\In which assessed: Leer Chicken or Turkey 4 is:: 89C Juice "- 39c
All of said property being $ . CAN
County of Bradford. MIGHTY HIGH STRAW. |

>*oording'v"ss' "to:shall such Jaw certificate the be redeemed property or cer.tlfleates ace d>.. Berry Short Cake SZ1:. $119 2 'PACKS | GALLONS Fry Potatoes . 5 pl: 79c

certificate scribed In will such". ..r1lj'cS"th olA.tocourt' >" .. ........................ ................... ............... .......... ........... ..... ... ... .. -_..................... .. ............. .. ........... ... -.. ..

.houee Month.door bldd.01 on August.theafirsthMondayIn li70. which !rrri-i I I t I Ex.-RA.r: r XTRAEXTRJ4h:: I : :l I I EXTRA.I: I .I. -EXT1 ;:

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Inman D. Green oU'SOU' l WflCHOtAMJelly' I J M'NOIDSAluminum I J lATHIOOM : J.., MIMI' 'OAUMS J alto/UI 1
Clerk 01 Circuit' Court of I i It Peanut SuiterOOOOTMIU : It .r Jam : It foil : IQ It Cleaner 1 It "1." Chl..n. : ,. Hsh "11'." :
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Letter, all size, color Perm :. I -2i. GREEN.N,STAMPS.- I L_GREEN VM1 STAMPS.. ::1 I I I del I M CREEN STAMP : I I 2t..GREEN." STAMPS.. : I I d7l M CREEN. ."_STAMPS ;:.r I I del..GREEN STAMP ;:
tneot. lor use on wood. Bins.plasllo lit MO. .ll.IC WOit> O 1101 CU9AUMITTO > TWO CCC UlIMa' TwO 30 01 ..as'11 at<. OOIDOSt i rwo 1 ousse-o.to. CHICKIN' .
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Bradford :
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RECREATION SURVEYS property lines at the dump, including Candidates must be registered are spending this week In the -
DISCUSSED AT COUNCIL the last piece of pro- voters, and file a petition with North Carolina mountains.
Hampton City Council approveduse pertY purchased adjoining the Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath, clerk ture back into the hole so the ides with the soil mixture.
of the lot Just west of the other dump land. signed by ten registered voters. Otis Melton, Mrs. Lonnie Mel- plant a shrub or a tree plant will be slightly above Water thoroughly to settle
city hall for recreation and spent Receipts for the month came Incumbent mayor Is Willard ton, and Mrs. Clarence Hagan from a container, have the the level at which it grew in the soil and to push out the
most of the rest of Monday's to $1,593--$1,033 of this Is the Thomas clerk Mrs. Ingenlath and nurseryman cut down the
; ; sons returned home Thursdayafter the can as compared with the air. Firm the soil and water
meeting discussing property sur- annual franchise payment from marshal, R.H. Parker; and taking Mrs. Rose Parsons sides of the can with can cutters top of the surrounding soil.
veys. Florida Power & Light; and $435 councilmen Roy P. Glover D.E. to New Richmond, Ohio. Mrs. before you leave his some more.
Harold Waters, chairman the from cigarette tax. $481 was paid Hill and Edward G. Saxon are up Parsons had been staying with >q I ? place. You want it to be even but
recreation board, Dean Stinson. out during the month.All council- for re-election. A.C. Dennison the Meltons for the last two anda Some plant cans have detachable not lower than the soil and a Make a rim of soil aroundthe
and Bill Stone attended the meet- men and officers were present and Mrs. Hazel Thomas are the half months. bottoms so you can slightly raised position allowsit edge of"he'hole to bold
push up roots and soil without to sink inch without end. water like in a saucer.
Ing about recreation. They planto .except Edward Saxon. other two councilmen whose an
Install a swing set on the lot, terms expire in 1971. Mr. and Mrs.Thomas Simmonsand 4 I cutting the sides of the con- ing up being too deep. Water frequently and thor
Mr. Waters said.Mr.Stone asked their daughters Linda and tainer. Remove the plant from the oughly( until plant is estab-
about future work with little lea- REGISTER NOW; SHOWER HONORS her two children of Chase City, Have your location selected container after figuring the lished. Do not keep soil soakIng :-
baseball, and will Investigate VOTE SEPTEMBER 8 DIANE BROWN Va. visited before buying the plant so for wet but do not let plant
gue Mr. and Mrs. R.O. depth planting. Try not to
that it fits into
having a team next year, starting Diane Brown, bride-elect was Simmons and other relatives several 9Yr.OldActs your landscape shake off soil around it. Set it get dry enough for foliage to
books for the city design and it is in
Registration so
practice this summer.A guest of honor ata miscellaneous days last week. in place and fill around the wilt.t
election Tuesday, Sept. 8, are a place where it willgrG'W.
town meeting about water- shower Tuesday evening, July 7,
All QuicklyNobody Factors shade
open at Bruno's store. are sun or ,
was tentatively set for at Hampton City Hall.
sewage Funeral services held
were to cold low
citizens not already regis- high or
are exposure
August 25 if engine- Games the
Tuesday 27
were played by Thursday In Gainesville forE.W.
tered encouraged to do so, ground (drainage) and use of
ering, survey and finance repre- before the August 29 deadline. present, before opening the gifts. Dykes, uncle of Mrs. CR. Hicksof had to tell a quick plant in the landscape.Dig James Co.
sentatives can attend at that time. To be eligible to vote in Hamp Prizes were won by the guest of Hampton. He died Monday thinking nine-year-old boy scout the hole before removIng Billy Flooring
Galvanized pipe for 12 stop honor, Mrs. J.R. White,and Mrs.
ton's city election, apersonmustbe following a heart attack. what to do when his grandmother the plant from the con-
sign supports will be purchasedand In Francis Meng accidentally fell and broke her tainer. Dig it twice deep
21 or over, have lived as
installed; and stricter enforcement Florida for at least one year, Wedding bells and hearts,fern, Mr. and Mrs. Donald McMahone shoulder and wrist as she and twice as wide as the size THIS WEEK'S SPECIALTile
of dog license tags and at least six months inside and a large bouquet of hydrangeas and sons Haughton, La.arrivedfor stepped from her home at Rai- of the can it is in. Mix the
and dogs and public nuisancewas the city limits. decorated the room.Refreshment the Fourth of July weekend dirt you take out with peat and Carpet. Floor Sanding:
asked. and gift tables were lacecoveredwith here with her mother Mrs.M.L. ford.Wayne Sapp staying with other humus materialin Finished $75.
timber The offices of Mayor, clerk, was moss or 2 Rooms", And Hall Sanded and
Pulpwood sold, from a blue underlay. Cake and Watterson. Mr. McMahone flew his grandmother, Mrs. Rosa about 50-50 proportion.
marshal each for
burned at the city dump, brought term, will, be for a one-year election punch were served by the hostesses back to Louisiana and Mrs. McMahon Sapp while his parents were at Add all-purpose' fertilizer in Dupont 501 Nylon Carpeting installed $7 sq. yd.
$129. The council approved pay- up Mrs. W.D. Carter, Mrs. and Our Work I Is our RecommendationCall
and three two-year council posts. the sons are visiting work. Mrs. Sapp fell as she the quantity specified on the
ment of $493 for a survey of city Lester Slade, Mrs Don Hill and for the remainder of this month. came outdoors. brand you buy (but do not add
_____- ._Ullkt'IL"'" ....:.'.... ,..._"";,.:,...:". ......"" 1.-" ..."........ "...,. and Mrs George Williams. They spent last weekend at Day- Realizing his grandmother was fertilizer when planting azaleas Collect ... Jacksonville 791.0860
&. Out-of-town guests included tona Beach, where they formerly seriously hurt, young Wayne im- ).
Mrs. Mary White and daughters, lived. mediately ran to the neighbors, Put enough of the soil mix.
1 =; tW \ Maxine and Beverly; Mrs. Hazel gained their assistance and then
YOURFURNITURE and daughter Elaine; quickly called his mother work
Mrs. Hilda Myers and daughter TO BIDDERSThe relating his grandmother's acci
Patty; all of Jacksonville, and
The State Bank of StarkeSTARKE
: l: Mrs. White of WliHston. City of Hampton will received dent.Mrs.. Sapp was admitted to the Community
sealed bids on the sale University of Florida Medical
.. J.' PERSONALS of all merchantable timber(clear Center and casts placed on her
i, Recent visitors of Mr.and Mrs. cut) on the Hampton City Dump, shoulder and hip. Her conditionIs FLORIDA
,t." Paul Babyar were Mr. Babyar's lying west of Seaboard CoastLine presently good and she con-
'f By BILL WILSON'>: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. right of way and north of tinues to improve.
<-' I and Mrs. Irwin Nottke, and his State Road 18 Inside city limits Wayne is the son of John Green STATEMENT OF CONDITION
\i\CIENT; EGYPTIANS! 1. nephew, Mr and Mrs. Ronald of Hampton, approximately 14 and Betty Sapp. He Is a memberof
Nottke and children, all of Hampthome. acres. Den #5, Ralford, affiliated JUNE 30, 1970
t.: DESIGNED OUR CIIAIHnricnl Also with them were Mr. Seller plans to sell on lump- with Pack #513, Starke, Cub
t and Mrs John Brans and daugh- sum sealed bid basis to highestand Scouts of America.
ter Audry from Den Haag, Hol best bidder and reserves

\ Ki( > |1,1 t )land of engineering r p;)'r land. The Brans are staying with the right to reject any and all RESOURCES LIABILITIES
r-it of the ,; t their daughter Mrs. Ronald Not- bids and to waive any formali- Smokey Says,
ni.ir\eU I pioilurrr of some coonixmilei i-;.
t ,) ...* of the'so'Id.I It i-n'l t (unlikely I thatlirir. } tke weeks in, Hawthorne for their second for several visitto ties Interest.so as to best serve his Cash & due from Banks $ 308801.21 Deposits _' ___ __ ___ ;$3,909,652.51

;..". 5,000car) .io.n horn 1 the fii>t >s ; Florida. A check payable to seller, in IT$ POPIE U. S. Gov. & Other
ili.iir. a* ve !know. it toilaj.. Perhaps! the '' the amount of 10 per cent (or TI44T CAUSE
9'ri. hot! sands,( piomptcil' \ I the Kpjpfijn: ( !* to )put i itr Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Matchettand more) of bid price must accom- All THETROUBLE. Securities ._ _u 1,975,439.68 Unearned Interest ____ 117,213.02

: : .1 little p.ir'' 1 between I them-eUc' 111"t\ theground. I' : family of Long Island, N.Y., pany bid. This check serves as Loans & Discounts )
bid bond rovait11SIaIMM 2,007,785.58 Capital Stock ..._._ __ ..__ 100,000.00
with his a and will be
W. hairier the leaoneic "glad: ,, f have been visiting here returnedto

1 \\C'\(' pot chairs. : parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.M. bidder if he is not the suc- Furniture & Fixtures 37,691.00 Surplus _. __.__.. ... ._ ,100000.00
cessful bidder. Successful bid-
1 i .; Ma hett.
(!:. ." 1. der will be expected to sign a Banking House' Owned 62614.75 Undivided Profits _____ 125,366.32
Here for Clyde Rahme's funeral sale contract and provide pay
'tf, domic stale curved chilri 6 Ikl Ikli'S last Thursday were Mrs. Lavonia ment upon notification that seller 1' Other Assets 5873.60 Reserve Account ____ __ 45,973.97
'!t' McCloud of Tampa, Mrs. Jeddy has accepted his bid. 1 itj
Dees and sons,Billy! and Charles, Failure of successful bidderto ,
also of Tampa; Mrs. Alma Dees enter into a contract within 1 I '4If TOTAL $4,398,205.82 TOTAL 4398205.82
and sons FM. Dees of Plant 30 days of notification that his j
City; and Mr. and Mrs. John bid has been accepted will resultin I
Van Koolbergen of Haines City. forfeiture of the Bid Bond (
: IlIn.I..III',1. i i.*. a chair I'hiollel1101\ unlike 7ti) provided that timber deed has I
;!t Ihe fiat. Kiptian( chair*. )It's 1 cay to see 1t Maj. LT Melton was a Fri- been examined and found accept- I Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation :
r/; how the chair a"le'"ith\ such great i.h day supper guest here with his able. Only people can prevent "Slarke's Friendlv Bank"t
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Mel- Length of contract optional. wildfire.! 1
deign potentialities.Bodcoek
:" tka: ton, and his son Bobby is visiting Property should be cleared by _
here with his grandparents. August 15,1970.Contract S 4flSY ,
1.1(;) '8. Maj. and Mrs. Melton are in conditions: Tops will a a day
Orange Park now, after his com- not be left on adjoining land;
M pleting school In New York. She houses, if any, must be pro-
plans to stay in Orange Park when tected during harvesting opera-
he goes overseas again as an tion; all fences, damaged, must
4 FURNITURE and APPLIANCES Army chaplain.Mr. be repaired Immediately.
} Sale conditions: Bid envelopesmust
and Mrs. Wes Griffin and show bidder's name and
Phyllis visited relatives in full return address, and must V
(table/ /1 llie Tuent\'Stt' enlli'" in q Srrit l at"'..s
,: Cip>rlKht 1037 by rout Berry Co tnr '...;1>.Q. ,.. Eupora and Stewart, Miss., last be plainly addressed as follows:
..,.., .- week while City of
"> ; "' ;: :" IlI'J'b'' .; :Z1'f. / on vacation. Hampton Timber Sale,
'l .i.N.! <'I"oj.'iY.' ';..
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon "Sealed Bid To Be Opened at
Hampton City Hall on July 23
1970 at 8:00: P.M."

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send 10: N K Hurst Compeny PO Boa 1094 Indianapolis. Indiana 10ZOO
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rather switch? takes up when it can't find request Coupon. void. il'"od. ,restricted, \ or oiohibited' by law. Ctsn ,redemption value' 1/20 of' 1C
higher-c ass employment (Coupon must be redeemed by Orocer to N K. Hurst Co. by July 31, 1971)1The )



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""" cording to law the property de.crlbed Monday All 11'11..1 3. 197n In theHoanl
tin"te shall he redeemed
21 Graduate of the BradfordCounty Certificate No 89. Year Of I. aokordlnir -
In such certificate 01 r Room
to law the property de.
certificate" will be sold to th< Court Itousn. In Starko, uance 1964.
[ ] NEW BOOKS From Blanding highest bidder at the courthouse Florida. nt which time all p>'r. Description of Properly; lInt ,In awrlbed In will such be certificate sold to the 011"e.rtltlc.tell
Community door on the first MondayIn son dcfirlntr to he heard thereon SB oar of EVft of NFH4: of" SW hiKhest bldJ.at the courthouse
Month of August 1970. which.U will be heard and at the rrn.rl'lslon by of SW'4 hainSec" N *
022. 8.8 door on the first Monday
AT Sunday the 3rd! day of AuKUit. 1910.Dat.d of which Tho Board vot R.ll-E. : T- In Month of August 1970. which;!
this 9th day of :June County Commissioner will 170.Dated .
Name In which !. the >rd day of Ausruet.
still assessed
1110 upon a resolution to adopt : this 9th day of June,
State .
I Green, proposed cede a* the ZoalncOod 1970.
Twenty-one; young men fro 11 Clerk ol"C Court of for r. r All of said property being" In
I I I. ADULT FICTION various Florida National Cuar II Bradford County. Florida. Copies of the proposed:: : cod the County of Bradford. Stateof Clerk Inman of TO.Circuit Green Court of

News I Countdown--Slaughter; A Quiet units graduated from the Cam]I h '.1 4t 723. may and the be proposed Inspected. nonlnn withouteho..lI'o imp Unless Florida.' such certificate or eer* Bradford, County. Florid
7-1 4t 123.
i II Voyage Home--Jessup; Bech: : A Blanding Officers Candldah circuit court of the Cleric
iI The Secret Wo- D. C.le.lt of tho durlnit o'f-
I Book--Updike; School In ceremonies held Sunday o."iIo .dhf.1 Court Of The, Ito hours, and a copy of the.
I By Elizabeth Givens man--Holt; Time And AgaIn-- morning at 10 o'clock.It )tlorM !. "... Far Clrenlt Mradferd. ol proposed Walker
Finney; Baldur's Gate--Clark; the ninth annual OC S (;o..ty. from said Clerk by nnv peremupon
L __ _______Jl was Case N\ .. ft* payment of the actual! coat. Summer's a season of Southernfun
e ,
BBBSTcV ** BBBBBS*'esBBBBBS**BBBBBBB BSBBBB*) B BBBBB> Who Will Watch The Watchers the school which
-- - -- graduation at ,
------ Leon eopvlnir same :
: A. Ellington and of cc
Selma A. the and
SCHOOL NEWS Fadlman; A Walk In The Dolomites was established In 1961. It is tin Ellington hi. wife Plaintiffs.. WITNESS my hand nn Cleoltnd : from the pool to patio

Adult Classes terminated for GREATER BETHLEHEM Free --Nellson; Good Night Jupiter primary source of Junior officer!I Leon"Clnrence(Jornto O. Saucer and. t1 the. Florida f ;this\ Board July. 13.itiitnrke. the park .from baseballs to golf
Saucer hi : .
the summer at RJE on June 29. Will Baptist Church Rev.Jasper --Kennedy; The Crusader for the Florida Guard. Defendant )*70' balls and tennis balls. And South

Those attending enjoyed an Interesting Williams, pastor. Monday night Gerson;; War Is Heaven--Mano;; The Starke unit had only OIK* Notlce0 her OP SAUE! Sd.l Inman! I Inman D. Green D. Oreen a* Ex. erners are on the move; scanningthe

learning experience- Choir No. I held rehearsal.Tues Fourteen For Now--Simon; A graduate George J. Garcia, wtu> pursuant to I Final>y:Judgment given that eni ., Officio Cl.ck of said Board scenic peaks of Georgia and

"and are looking forward to attending day night Choir No.3,and Ushers Matter Of Diplomacy Tute; resides at Neptune Beach am the terod Ourc'iilt In cause numbered 773. In It Tennessee, the bright beaches of

next Fall. Board No. 2 held rehearsal.Wed- Crooked Adam--Stevenson. attends the University of Florida,. County, Florida.Court Iwll of) Bradford sell the HOTirn or APPLICATION W Florida and Mississippi, exploring
Classes In nesday night Prayer Meeting. property situated In Bradford FOR T\\ DEEDFee
are progress at the of vacation adventure
County, 1O4.IO. ".8. avenues
Vo-Tech Center. For'Information Thursday (tonight) the Ladles ADULT NON-FICTION Drive d "'rlbed as: I Riven, thatthe Ala-
call 964-6150. Family Portralt.-Bowen; The Dimes of Northwest"Hntitheast. quarter quarter(NWM(SK'i) NMIeTe3hAld: .... through South Carolina and

e Circle will meet at Mrs. Clar- Shattered Dream--Smith; House of Southeast' quartur. SKH) holder" of the follow In.certlfl.car.liflcatca bama.

DELL CHAPTER 168 B ence Covlngton's home. Story Arrest Vlachos; Stroke: The Nets $3,500Approximately Kouth.In Section Range 22 22 Kast Township...on.tlllnlnll' -
The regular meeting 'of Dell Hour at the Church. Friday night Condition And The Patient--Sar- 10 acres., mare or I"H*. numhers.an dnyearss certificate Issuance, move too-a healthy sign of Southern
the ladles will be no TUerina And The Courthouse t public: sale to the highest life contributing'ta the econ
working In the -
Chapter 168 OES was held Thurs- ; $3,500 was Idcli-r for each:nt the front door the di-scrlptlon. of the property
day, July 2, with Mrs.; Naomi kitchen The kitchen shower will Raid--Nabokov; Everyone Was raised in the 1969-70 March of or house the In Brndofnrd County Court. and. the name are ,aa In followsCertificate which' It wasesiesKPd omy, supporting local law enforcement
Starke Florida
DeSue and Mrs. B.J. Lennon terminate Saturday night. The Brave--O'Neill; Amores--OvId- Dimes drive in Bradford and tweun lliOn: ( a. m. and 2:09: p.n n5.o.. S3 (City). Tear promoting higfy-standard: .
as hostesses. After the business Senior Choir will be selling din- lus The Motor Baloon "Ameri Union Counties.Rev. >. on the 27th day of July 1970. of ........ 11B6.Descrlntlon outlets for its products, asking one
ners from the kitchen. ca"_-Mabley Locks And Keys-- Inman D. Green Clerk of cxtparNsoldMx : "
session an entertaining programwas ; Bob Burch 1970 cam- By: SUnrrmn"' D. Green of NW% of SK'i: and all to "Keep America Beautiful,
presented, which was en- The Baptism has been rescheduled Zara; Human Poisoning From paign director, was presentedwith Deputy Clark .." n-W Sec r 32.aT.6It. this summer and always.
for Sunday July 19, at U Native And Cultivated Plants-- Shaw and< Snndcrs it. P*; 310.
certificate of
joyed by all. The a appreciation. -
program pre- a.m. Services will Hardln The Doctor's Premarital 142 West Call street It.E. UNITED STATES BREWERS.. ASSOCIATION. INC.
sented portrayed the action begin with ; Starke. Florida 32091 Name In which assessed! : Bertha
of P O. BON 273. Winter, Perk, Fie.32789
Sunday School at 9:30.: Morning Medical Adviser--Medbook Attorneys for Plalntlffn Green Kst.
women. service at 1L. Evening service Pub., Inc.; Emphysema: A Doctor's The board had three requestsfor It All nf Bald pronertv helm State In \I
The next will of Bradford.
meeting be held (lb. County
6 p.m. Advice For Patients And financial aid for babies In -
Thursday, August 27, at 8 p.m. The annual Women's Their Families Obley Wife's both counties born with birth KtOTICB OP IXTK'ITIOV Tn er Unlem Florida.such certificate or cer1lfloat -
Day cele- --
in the Masonic Hall on Brownlee ; nKUIMIRR: riCTITIOtS NAMK!: .. shall he redeemed according
bration will Guide To Pro Football Tarken- defects. Notice Is
terminate Sunday hereby given that to law the pronertv de.
Street, with Mrs:Helen Smith 26 tie underslMrned.! under the pro- such certificate nr
July ton. In
follows erlhed
and Mrs. Gladys Lee Smith :Sunday Schoolat NOTICE OF APPLICATION itlslons (if Chapter 20,!>M Laws be sold to the
9:30 with the following guests FOIt TAX DEED 'nt Florida. Acts of 1941. willrpelster A eheetatebldder. at the courtliause
hostesses. All memebers are 8.... 104.10. F.S. with the Clerk of tlio .
teachers Class ADULT REFERENCE the first MondayIn
asked to please be serving: No. 1, Notice I I. hereby tlven. that Circuit Court .In and foe Brnilfurd door on
present and 1970.
on time. Elizabeth G. Walker; No. 2,Mrs. Encyclopedia Of World Liter- Mr. T. :J. Aldermanthe '' County Flurlda. upon Month Xrd' of dar AuR of" nst.Aucust 197*.

Vera Dlggs; No.3, Miss Con- ature In The 20th Century, Vol. holder has of filed the following ald certlfl.oates 'certificates lironf Ice of of the publication Hot It lou of" thin name note of Ie Bated the this Sth day of June.Inman ::::)

CHURCH ACTIVITIESMT. stance Williams; No.4, Mrs. Flelschman; Graphic History for a tax deed to be 1s- .onvhorn n..taurRllt.\ under 1119. T>. Green
MORIAH Jarutha DeS...,. Class No.5,Mrs. Of The Americas--Miller. sued thereon. The certificate \vhli-h" I am engaged In buitnen (:Iork of Court of
United Methodist Gloria E. number and )ears of Isnuance. nt highway :ioi ttouth.Fimti Bradford County Florida
Jackson and Class 'r ta Itchy Hayes gwner.Dated .
description of
Rev. L.J. .
Perkins No. 6. Miss Willie Mae Alston. JUVENILE FICTIONThe and the name In wthehichnItewas this 8th day of July t.} n 7.11.NOTI'E
Pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning service On assessed are a* follow: 'A. D. 1970 nt Starke. Bradford -
at 11 with Eggs--Brandenberg
Morning service at IL Metho- ; Certificate No. 30 (City. YearIssuance Bounty:: Florida. 7-16 4tp 8-C:
Louise Tenly Firm Ice -Wilson School For
speaker. At 3 ; of 1988. -
dist Youth
Fellowship Hour 5 p.m. Rev. G.G. McAuthor and Sillies--Williams. The Very Tall bescrlp.tlon of Property: Comm of NOTICE OF HRAniN' FOR OF T\X APPLICATION nioKD8rc.
All of of SWV4
p.m. members and at NB cor SV4
congregation will render service. Little Girl--Kra.llov.kyMother; NB % of SW%. run W 64T. S Notice In hereby ,given .that. the 104.10. r.S.
invited to attend. S 72.4'. County 7.<>nlni Board Notice Is hereby given thatMr.
The public is Invited. Rasberry--Careme The Black 78.4'. for POB cont
; fast APpravrd' n ontnrr
N 73.75'. E 179,6' toPOB T. J AldermanThe
W 179.6' ; ;
PLEASANT GROVE United Sheep-Merrill; The King Of The Sec. !2. T-8-S. R22E. Code for Branford County end holder of the followlnR certificate
GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL Copper Mountains tame which assessed: Boat. line recommended It to rho has filed said cerllfl.sued .
Biegel In
Methodist Church Rev.L.J.Per- ; Board, .
r>f countv Comml Hon| "r .. -
kins. Sunday School 10 a.m. Afternoon AME Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins Phantom, Son Of The Gray All rice I of Coleman.said property being In of nrnrtford. rn-intv. for nilnptlon thereon x Thadcertttlrat. .

service 3 p.m., which Pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Ghost--Andrson; The Girl On the ant of Bradford, State The loners Board of Prndf-irrt of County' Cotintv PommlHi'will numbers. and years of Issuance.the .

will terminate services for the Morning service at 11. Choir The Deer--Lattimore; A Shel- of such certificate or certificates hold n pu'illo hjnrlnir on tliopropoflnl : and description the names In of the I ..property...
day. All members are askedto Union will be held at 3 p.m. tering Tree--Parker; The Four \ Unless shall be redeemed ac hour of itolnit rode. nt the! ssessed are as follow:
at the of 2:80 O'clock 1' :M. on
please cooperate with the pro- asked church. All members are Clever Brothers--Grimm; The ..----------------------------._-----.. '.-----_-------------' -------------'
to please meet the guest. Fence--Balet New At The Zoo--
of the church for ;
gram success. Evening service, 6 p.m. Lippman. i i i U.S. CHOICE ; i ii

EBENEZER BAPTIST Church, The annual District Sunday

Rev. Leroy Thomas Pastor. BIble School convention Is in progress JUVENILE NONFICTIONThe

Class will be held Thurs- In Jacksonville. 15, 16 and 17. Land And People Of Algeria i SIRLOINSTEAKS I

day (tonight) at 5 p.m. All mem- All members are asked to attend --Spencer; Alligator Hole-- FRESH

bers and friends are Invited to this activity. May; Jonah And The Lord--

attend. Sunday School, 9:45: MT. FEGAH AME Church Rev. MacBeth; The HoneybeesRussell FOOD i

Morning service 10:45.: Evening George Young Pastor.The annual ; Paper People--Grater: Our r I

service 7 p.m. Visitors always Woman's Day activities will terminate First Ladles--McConnell; StandUp .

welcome.ST. Sunday beginning with And Shake Hands--Young; A- "'
Sunday School. At 11 the boriglnes Of Australl
speaker 1 AI i'
JAMES HOLINESS will be Mrs. Dorothy King, of borlglners Of Australia--Hoyt; 1 1 $1J9
Jack onvUle. The 3 Jesus i U.S. CHOICE
Church Helen Talifla evangelist p.m. speaker --Helves. FRYERS 1
and Angels of Mercy: will will be Mrs. Charity Wil MMW
appear July 19 at 8 p.m., 1114 Hams of LaCrosse. All mem- CARD OF THANKS 1 /
Oak St. Rev. Montogomer"pastor bers are asked to cooperate with With sincere appreciation for 1 I I BONELESS /
this /
the kindness of our many frlneds

our entire family gratefully acknowledges I I ROUND
sympathetic 1 I 1
generosity after the passing of 1 FLORIDA 1 /

my husband Roudolph Power. / GRADE 'A' / / 1 when Savings Count... 1

GAINESVILLEBusiness '.-Mary Thank Power you. and wife.God bless you. I I -9c II I I STEAK ; COUNT ON US!

Directory PAPER EZERASE Mlmeo TYPEWRITER Paper, Bond I I WHOLE BAGGED I I I _, _.. !,I!!' .l09 / WEDNESDAY PRICES 0000, JULY THROUGH 22nd. 1 1

Paper. Notebook Fillers. SAVE 10A LBCORNED I i quantity right r...n.d /
Bradford Court Telegraph.COMMUNITY I I all I I

r I I 1 1I
AUTO SALES GLASS .. ..cY'CG rsrlfl 1'rQlft'
-.*- aw n
from banks S08.S01.il BEEF
BALKS SEKVICKKM Glas Company V. S. Tr.a.ury .
Seleettai 1 Vse Can Securities 1.720.088.49 ROUNDS O* IHISKITI ASST MEAT DINNERSFLAVORKIST
Obligation Of State. rao rue
Take O. CMOUItafes: "GUM For Every: PwrpeM"WI and Political Sut- row r.e

N.W. utk .... ars-un .1 Store nuutov-Uli'iui' s 4tvllAO S55.141.19 ltaaa
Other loans 1.001.181i.Uank 1.1.cxmcl uaw .
1 Tub Enclosure: Shower*
>> pr.mlas, furBltur -
Barkley Motor, Inc.TOYOTA Furniture Tops Olaaa Replaced and flxturs
and other suitsr.pr.s.nting

NEW LOCATION .r.mlae. 100.305.7S

4 wheel drive ead ears UZI Be. Main GaIBen1De 'TOTAL ASSETS 4.n8.118.1S A-t-OUI O*.

p..... cevoslt of ladl.Vldejal Toaster sonTOWELS LUNCHEONLOAF
Ctoaa Used Toyotoe
.. partneriblp.
1700 K. Main tTS-UM HEARING AID tad corporation 1.474.805.35 Pastries BUTTER
Tim and 'sange deposit
L .f Individual, partner 3 LBCAN

VAR HEYL _" 1 t1UQ! e ::9Je: n.t ltik Deposit dons.kip, and of United corpora.,l.K.t..a.(9I.OS CANS 12os 3/I I

Lincoln Mercury I Uoverment 32.011.95
d Co. Peuoelu .of' d StatiC and political _

an N. 1418 o.IMmII Ion* 7tl.39S.3l
Hearing Tec** Certified Lad officer
7T1I2S1 Batteries check, etc .i42.940.7T
Home TOTAL! DEPOSITS 3.9)9.6(2.51
Aeee sal (A, Tot.l demand 37o BOTTLES
or ..pair sense d.p o.l t. 1.78J.BJJ.J1 CARNATION Del Monte CROWN AMOUS BRANDS
*."Ia.i deposit\ 2.120.1JS.10<< MUSTARD
lIeft.. W Custom Fitted Bearing Aide Other Ubllltle* U.1Z618 BREAKFAST : BRIQUETS
M.et m--arJlg..k 8.d A* oni* run rtAvost46oz
Cleanest Deed Cam Available 108 E. Ufclrenity Ave. Oalnes.vffleaTSOOM LIABILITIES I,1nT,779.67cow. H /$\ 6oz I O* Hill IOW CA4ONII

Beauty Academy' .Lad.. a-c,0. *....... CANS JAR 15/l I 3/89 j : _.

....". tot bad .debt
WENS WEAR 1....... oa loan. (.U
POWELL'S I up puriuaat to Inter. I 1 I
al\1 Revenue Berrlc

Beauty demy STAG 'N DRAG "'D75,ruling.)..". On Loans u.na.t1R. I 200z LOAVES
0..tt.l A....a"
L9ara Tour GrbuB Salt I
pare Time.a Pun or Part Time Anew Skirts Ftenhcl.) ss Cora moo valw Stocktotalpar 100,')0.0 I FREESTONEPEACHES I KING SIZEBREAD I

tit ..w. 10th 37S-2TM Formal Be>Ub If... Bharea ..ulhorfs.d ICEBURG !

LaIliI'S 8Pfttawe_ 1,000
... abare
Surplus 00.030< LETTUCE i
ELECTRIC,4 OAINESVnXK HOMES MALL tlndlvlded profit llt.ieg.H

Motor Repair Co. MUSIC 'TOTAt TOTAL, CAPITA.ACCOUNTS LTAB1UT1CS. IU.388.n-+ I 1I 29oz: CAN 4/89 I

Repairing Of Oalnerrnie.- Rewinding Zae. RESERVES ITA. ACCOUNTS Ms..r.W AND .r9.1U.71 I LARGE HEAD 18 I HEAVY SYRUP 17NOXZEMA

Mew and Used : Awrace' of total I
BALDWINOTOle deposit for the Ifcalendar I
aw N. w. utk pk. mm day endhie I
with call data 1.S34.033.S9 I I 1
Farm sad Industrial low ,-w. Arerace of total
loan for tb. IS
Eqolpnaat (3 Calendar days ..a4.I. -
vm la* with rail date l.tUOa'.1<< rood CAKE
unearned dlacount on Instal e'a'
Santa Fe Tractor mint loan included In total
capital account J17.J1I.OJI DONUTS
Shopping Ctr. JTWSSJi Marcaret I. Miller, of the
FORD above-named bank do anlemnty
affirm that this report of condition
Farm Tnelors ZmptoneoU I I. true and correct to theb O 1 J PK6OF

v ZQVWALTh MOVERS ...t of my knowledge and belief : 1214M

*- PAJTT0448S TICII Corral-Attat Harsaret L

N. W. 6th 1761948CAINEgVTMJB. Miller.
Pete O. F.loB. .
FtA. L.rr JIda"lee Mertn O. Kpp

GARDEN SUPPLIES st.nte PaeklagIkatirgMp Leila 8. MundrDirector*
.... ef rurlda.
Ins .....sty .f Dra.,.... Nt POND'S At.l4:

Johnson & Fan, Inc.Free z-blne. CrnflHILL'S toro Mora me \a oa and this nbeerlbed loth day be-of SKIN_ ANGEL SKIN MltOM PROXIM%1T'J &;

July 170. and I hereby certify _
that I am not an officer or uI _
Z -PLx- director of this bank. 'kti MINIATURESJULY
l .s-MTud" Senrce! Inc. (.RAL: ) Dorothy :R. Simmon
Van Notary .bU.. State e< Flerl- I 3.25ox _
.a at l.re.m .
> e,aunlaslon expire: Ja1> SIZE
w. Meat 11ftr1se b1.sMs. .46 XX. Wallo l .... (i'vlfl. "' a""
SM N.W. Ilk 11. 3214171 3Tt71 -

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Blanchard Law Vet News/ New Rector

Services HeldInJacksonville

The Department of Defense has InstitutedAt t.

U.S. Departmentof St. Mark'sSt.
Blanchard D. Law, 76, of 1047 Nea1 withEdduuc and Welfare -r'

Lark St., Jacksonville, died Saturday and the Veterans Administration -
July 11, after an Illness to make servicemenmore Mark's Episcopal Church .
of several months.He aware of educational opportunities of Starke officially received a ..
was born In Petersburg, available to them new rector Sunday when the Rt.
Ind. and lived In Starke before when they leave the military. Rev. Hamilton West Bishop of FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
to Jacksonville 23 the Episcopal Diocese of Florida BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45 ajn.Morning -
He was a member of the instituted the Rev. John M. 125 Northwest Law- Worship, 11 a.m. Youth
ago. MEMO for "More Education LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway Sunday: Bible Study 10 ajn.;
Sunday School, 10 Morning
Murray HUl Baptist Church and More Opportunity" servicemen Flynn at the 11 a.m. worship 1404 E. Bessent Road tey. Sunday School, 10 a.m.MornIng Morning Worship and Communion 11 a.m.; Fellowship, 6 pjn. Choir Practice
Worship, Evening
was employed by the U.S. Post will be placed in contact service. Joseph! M. Sistrunk SundayPriesthood 8:30: ajn. Worship, 11:15.: Sunday Night Service, 11 a.m. Evening ser- ,Worship, 7:30 ; Prayer Wednesday 8 p.m.
p.m.; -Rev. Robert
D. Burch
Senior Warden
Office Department before his with colleges, universities,trade accompanied by punday School, 10 ajn. Sacrament Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. .
retirement. His wife, Mrs. Ellen and technical schools before they vestryman George A. Wlnkler 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting. 7:30 pjn.Rev.. Worship service J.C. Saunders pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Law, died In Jacksonville on leave the service, according to presented Mr. Flynn with the MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway -100 A, Starke (Grif
February 5, 1969. M.T. DImn, director of the Division keys to the Church symbolizing TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. fls Loop).
Funeral services were held of Veterans Affairs. the congregation's accept WednesdayRelief Society PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORCAN ROAD CiIAPEI.Sudsy Sunday School, 10 a.m.Mornlni
at 3 pjn. Tuesday in the Har- MEMO will be aimed initiallyat ance of Its new rector. Ken- 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morn- HAajEXOfiLCHBISTlAN CHURCH 9:45 a.m. Sunda Worship at 11. Training Union
dage & Sons Riverside Funeral servicemen in the Republicof neth Crider layreader, also assisted Dean Hansen Branch Presi ing Worship, 11 ajn. Pre- School. 11 a.m. Morning Wor- 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.
In River- during the service. Band, Young Sunday a.m. Morn- ship, 6 Training Union 7
Chapel with Interment Vietnam.Entertainer Bob Hope dent. Services Booster p.m. Midweek Prayer Meeting, Wed-
side Memorial Park. launched MEMO during his Following the service a cov People, and Prayer Service)) 6 Ing Worship, 11 ajn. Evening.' p.m. Evening Worship. nesday, 7:30.Rev.. Don R.
Christmas trip to Vietnam with ered-dish dinner was held In the JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m.. Worship, -James Shaw pas- Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser- Drawdy, Pastor.
the help of a team of 30 educa- parish house honoring Mr. Cri- BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Service, Wednesday. tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday
a tors and admission officers der, the Rev.Fred Yerkes Arch- U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- 7:30 pjn. Rev. John Strickland night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
from colleges and universities. deacon, Bishop West and Mr. tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Pastor. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
MEMO service will Include send- Flynn At the dinner. Bishop School, 10 a.m. Worship Service BROOKER CHURCH. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor
West brought the congregation: FLA. ship II a.m. Evening Worship
ing a serviceman's name and 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer School 9:45 ;
Rev. Jim ; Sunday a.m.;
to date on the of pastor 7 Prayer 7:30
address to the schools he lists progress the Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes HOPE BAPTET.CHURCH 11 Eve- p.m.; Meeting
division of the Diocese of Florida day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship, a.m.; Wednesday.
on a quesUonalre or to collegesand (Highway 100 at Theressa)
Superintendent. ning Worship, 7p.m.; Prayer -
into day.Leroy Training
two dioceses and Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
universities in his home talked about the agenda Olive pastor, E.L. Sunday School- 10 a.m, MornIng Union, 6:45 p.m. Lowell Doug Meeting and Bible Study, 7
state. They are providing ser- proce- Griffls, associate pastor. Worship- a.m. Training
dure for the upcoming General ; las Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on Bonk of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
Aak vicemen with a list of names Convention of the Episcopal Union6:30: p.m.; EvenlngsWorshlp ; 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Sunday,School, 10 a.m. Morn-
and addresses of all collegesand 7:15 .
: p.m.Wednesday music
\ director.
Church to be held in Houston Welcome. Ing II
universities in his home BROOKER Night Prayer :Ser Worship a.m. Training
Charley \ state.In Texas In October. Mrs. William Sunday School 10 a.m. Wore vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Union 7 pjn. Evening Worship
Dixon Carter was in charge of Services 11 and 7p.m. 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
many cases says, ship a.m. Packham pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
and tech- arrangements for the dinner. Union, 6 I 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. .
colleges, universities Training p.m.- School
EL CHURCH, HIGHWAY IS N. Sunday Service: Sunday .
Parker pastor.
nical schools will contact a man {Rev. Lacy Conway; pastor.. .
Sunday School, 9:45: ajn.Morn- 9:45: ajn. MorndngWorship,10:45ann.
while still In the military. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11. Training Union Evening Service, 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
a JIg ,
will counsel CHURCH OF GOD School, 10 Morning
Educators ser- Sunday a.m. 6:30: p.m. Evening Service 7:30.: Youth CroupMeetingSunday6:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
vicemen and assist them in filling 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek Ing Worship, 11. Training Union,
Attend District Prayer Service 7:30.: p.m.
This Question: out Project MEMO quesUon- ';Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.
alres. Servicemen will be advised AssemblyDelegates Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.

"Personal liaoiiity insur to fill out a questlonalreabout -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor. .
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ance has always covered six months before they from the Starke Congregation OF GOD r------------- ,
leave the service. FIRST ASSEMBLY
bodily injuries inflicted on of Jehovah's Witnesseswere

others, including sickness Even aimed though this project is among the 12,261 presenton West Weldon OF STARKE St. and RaIford
being initially at servicemen
Sunday July 12, at the Jack-
disease and disability. Do I
Road J
In Vietnam, DIxon advisesany GOING UP.
sonville Coliseum for the climax .
court awards now also extend serviceman outside of Viet- of a four-day District Assembly. Sunday School: 10:00 a.m. 11:00 I tI t
to mental anguish nam that he may obtain a a.m. C.A. Services: 7:00: p.m.
questlonalre by writing to: Q A.D. Schroeder, of the New York Evangelistic Services. I A building is being erected. It is made of strong materials, steel and concrete. The '
shock, and mental injury headquarters staff was the J
and does the Charley E. Project MEMO, P.O. Box 6366 featured speaker. Wednesday: No Mid-Week foundation is firm and deep. The edifice is built to endure.
City, Iowa 52240. Service. f fVe
Leonard E. Wallace, presiding
Johns Agency have 'excessliability' minister of the Starke congregation Pastor: T.E. Gllly I \ need to build our homes to endure. They need a strong foundation. They need

such added insurance risks"Charley to cover said the local delegation attended SMYRNA MISSIONARY to be built on the rock of Christ. Psalm 127:1: read. Except the Lard, build the I
in order to learn how to be CHURCH! I .
E. better teachers of the Bible and 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services house/ they labour in e vain that build it." Attend church regularly that your house

how to apply its principles to : Sunday School, 10 a.m. may be instructed in theays of the Lord. I
the problems of dally life.
11 a.m. Training
JOHNS AGENCY The assembly attracted dele- Union, 5:45 p.m. Evening Wor- I
CJ gates from 26 states Central
pf4nTEcp Co C::: ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. I I
131 So. St. America and the Carribbean Is-
.. -Elder A.G. Flynn, pasta
Phone 964-5070 ........#9 lands. I I


Sunday Scholl 9:45: a.m.,MornIng II
Take Part Youth Ser- I
Worship 11 a.m., t -

In Youth WeekThe 'vice 7 P.m.5:30: p.m., Evening Worship, I II :

AWOL Players ( A Way Of Thursday nUtht Ffsrer Meet. I I
Life) will present dramatic and 7:30 p.mvIvy Luke, Pastor I II
musical programs on July 2224at
the First Baptist Church as a NORTIISIDE BAPTIST I
part of the Church's annual Youth CHURCH I
River Baptist Church Week observance The State Bap Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; I II
list Student Unionsponsoredteam Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve-
will arrive at the church on ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training I I

JULY 13TH THRU 18!" through Wednesday Friday.evening and stay Union ThursdayTeachers 7:30.: and Officers d.I ,

The team Is composed of four Meeting, 6:30. Prayer I
young ladles and two Meeting 7:30.Edward: I II
young men
Services Will Begin At 8:00: P.M. Charles Powell, team captain, C. Harvey pastor I II

is a senior at the University of

South Florida; Tim Harden, ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL I I II

Rev. Allen Price EvangelistHOMECOMING drama leader. Is a junior at CHURCH, STARKE I
-- Stetson University; Miss Jenny Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd

James, Seminar leader is a Sundays 11 a.m. Morning Prayer -
i iI
freshman at SteUon University; 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m.
Miss Janet Kauffman, is a sophomore -John M. Flynn, Rector. I I II
at the University of South
Florida; Miss Elizabeth Weaver, I

recreational leader, Is a student Tho Church If Cod I oppoinltd, 0tncr in Ihn norld lot ipioodinf, tin....Ied'.ol Hn I la.'i
SUNDAY. JULY 19 WITH DINNER ON THE| at the University of South LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH I lor mon end ol Hn' dimond lor man to respond to that lo.i by inns. hn' wijhboc' ,Without, tq

GROUNDS Florida; Miss Kay Clark Music Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; I Inn' rounding In Mil bra ol Cod, na go.nnm. nl' ot ,arty" or way ol lilt will, long if;;:
Leader Is a graduate studentIn Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- I
porttvoro and 'ho frttdoim which wo hold M dar will inivifobly" ptrith Thfrtfoio, .n'i. :
music at the University of ning Worship, 7:30: pjn.; Mld-
hem a Mlflih point, ot now' ono ibould rapport 'tho Church far 'Iho lake ol Hit wiltoro oi.::: i ,
EVERYONE WELCOMEREV. South Florida. 'week Bible Study, Wednesday,
of htmitlf, and hit' family, Beyond that, howovcr, ovary. potion ihould uphold and par O
L. L. PARKER, PASTOR The team will present the one- 7:30: pjn. I ticipolo. In Iho Church bacouu it tells Iho truth about wool' Mi" dean and ditlinr', tho <3i.p'l1: '
act Be In church Sunday.
play, "Wake To Thunder, by
'truth. hKh olono will, him froo Ino child, of God IJ1
I Ml to 01 a IWS'I
Don Fearheiley In one of the Rev. W. B. Mercer, pastor c.,.... ".'. S.r, I
evening services and conduct fellowships

the services and for seminars the youth following of the FREE GREATER WILL BAPTIST BETHLEHEM[ CHURCH L. ---- .__________ ________________I t.

church and community.

Don Hardy Youth Week Pastor Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS

and Mr. Billy McRae. music School, 9:30; Morning Worship, BRADFORD

director, will lead the young II; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service, JEWELRY SUPPLIES Inc.
people in the activities of the 6 pjn.Rev.. Jasper Williams ABSTRACT CO. ,
week and extend a cordial Invitation pastor.

to the youth of the community Official Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
to join them in the ser- Better Service i For Your
vices of the week.MADISON. Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Supplies
BAPTIST CHURCH 'Sunday School, 9:45; Morning Abstracts
Worship. 11 Junior 142 W. Call St. Starke
Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning ; and Senior
MYF Title Insurance "Check With Us First"Phone C
Worship 11;TrainingUnlon 6:15: ; groups 6 P.m.
WMU Prayer Circle 7:15 Even- Thursday.-Vacation Church 964.7064
: ; 219 Washington St. 9645270FAULKNER
158 W. Call
Ph. 964-6881
ing Worship, 7:30.: School for children, youth and
MondayYouth Choir Practice, adults 7 to 9 p.m. STARKE "66"
.r 7 p.m. Thursday--Chancel Choir Rehearsal -
1 Wednesday- Junior Choir 7:30.Vacation SERVICE I

Practice, 5:45: p.m, RA, GA,, Sunbeams Church School for
YWA, WMS business children, youth, and adults 7 to Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 GULF SERVICE e

meeting, 6:15: ; Prayer Meeting, 9 p.m., Sunday through Friday. c
How To Get Your Business Meeting, 7:30: ; Church Tire Tru-Ing :, C ANDUHAUL
Wondering Choir Practice 8:30.: --DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. \
-Denton Pastor Headlight Adjusting $ ;
Sumrall Pastor # RENTALS

Campaign Off The Ground? Brake Service __ :

:--::- Truck Trailer
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Wheel Balance and -
Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111

Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning PROMPT ROAD SERVICE Minor Tune-Ups
Worship 11, sermon, "The old
We will be glad to give you expert ad- Life and The New." Nominating AU Minor Repaint 24-HR. WRECKER SERV JC'!!; 1011 N. Temple I Avenue
Committee Meeting, 5:30 Train-
: ; PHONE 964.5899
vice on all your Campaign Needs. ing Union, 6:15: ;Evening Worship, 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100
7:30: ; sermon, "Finding Cod's
Will." tl0 S.
Temple Starke
Newspaper Advertising Monday.-Youth Choir Practice BRADFORD; COUNTY

*. Campaign Cards 7 p.m.Tuesday..Junlor. FLORIDA

Window Cards Program, 2 p.m.
Wednesday--Family Night Supper EDWARDS

Bumper Strips An entirely new 6 pan Prayer Meeting, I TYPEWRITER,
translation in the AWOL Players ( A Way Of Life), ONTROL
Printing of Any Kind language of today. a drama and music team sent ADDING MACHINES Grocery and Market
to us by the State BSU will be
In charge of this service RA Groceries Meats Feed
Standard Editionin ;
. IT'S LATER THAN YOU THINK one volume meeting-.6:30. Teachers and Of- PHOTOCOPIERS: : from ,"M GAS AND OIL
The Old and New fleers Meeting 7:15; Church to tta. Take aM drudftrr out

Testaments $8.95 Choir Practice, 8:15.: of paper work. Jack and Gladys Edwards 53a E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
With the Apocrypha Thursday and Friday--Pro
Bring Us Your Problems Todaymiliiji $9.95 gram presented by AWOL Play UOA.L'oall.- .. U. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE
WE HAVE COPIES ers for the entire family, 7:30:
SEE: US TODAY! pjn. Public cordially Invited fe rAvnoLaL i.HYnonl PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates
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'.i Covered walk-way will connect new parish house! (right) with present I

I 7I church (left).

Attending the wedding from -.. vs. -
Keystone Heights were: Mr. and Helen V. tgan;

Mrs. Kenneth Cooper Mr. and

: Mrs. Dan -Pater, Mr. and Mrs. r 5

Richard Sunderland, Eric Red- HOMEMAKERS CLUB
fearn Lamar Hill Miss Linda The July 13-17 Annual Florida
j Anthony, Mr. and Mrs.John Martin I Extension Homemakers Council
.:> I Miss Lorraine Dey, David meetings at the University of

[1 Schaeffer, Jimmy McMurtry, I Florida (Clay County) sent five

Steve Shackleford Miss Patti delegates and the agent, Mrs.

: .. Shaughnessy and former Key- .. Imogent D. Ritenburg.
stoners Mr. and Mrs. Bruce The Clay County 4-H Girls
.t" .. Moon, now of Tallahassee. Camp at Doe Lake will be held
., '" Mayor Ray Starnes (I left) presents trophy to Pat
I July 20-25 and from
July 27-31
HERE \:' THERE Bradley at Tuesday. night's I Council meeting in appreciation Florida 4-H Congress meets at

of lirndley's leadership: in promoting Key. University of Florida Gaines-
r Miss Beth Jackson is home stone's successful tth of July celebration. ville.
from Alachua" General Hospital August 20 the Grace Looney
where she underwent orthopedic Club will have a special workshop kDswrow

surgery. Visiting with her for a Volunteer Workers PraisedFor on making foam mattresses wa-??
couple of weeks is former Key- TV cushions for football gamesat
.. stoner, Miss Vicki Hardigree. the Green Cove Extension of-
,, ,j Successful 4th EventsPat
'- fice. Anyone wishing to attend
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Q.W.
Cantrell for the weekend were may drop a card to the Exten-

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Poole of sion office for information on
fireWOrKS a
Bradley year ago.
was presented witha Instructions and materials need-
ROTARY CLUB Vero Beach. The Pooles and Al Watson
trophy for his time, labor and told city officials
ed. Deadline for registration is
Evans, of the the Cantrells
Giles manager were neighbors in in at the meeting that merchantsof
money spent planning
,organizing August 3.COMMUNITY.
Cross Florida Barge Canal, was the Philippines. and supervising the Fourthof Keystone were well pleased Front from left
: .Mrs. Alex Brokas.
member of
at the Rotary Rev.
speaker weekly Vestry
with the celebration ;
guest and with
Mrs W.P. Boyd has returned July celebration at Keystone Members and interested William I. Jones Vicar
last Fri- ; Acolyte Mickey Rrokns
Luncheon meeting It.! Rev.
the Hamilton E.
cooperation and
Heights unity of those
from a visit in Panama City. by Mayor Ray Starnesat friends are warmly welcomed to
day. In his talk Mr.of Evans the spelledout canal Returning! with her were her Tuesday night's city council who worked toward the weekend attend the Morning Worship Ser- West Bishop. Diocese of Florida; and Thomas! F. Howell. Senior
the purpose events. Warden.
"Without son, W.P. Boyd, Jr., and his meeting. vice at II a.m. and get acquainted -
saying, waterways a- family. Ed Bennett, fire chief was Mayor Starnes said that 2,500to and enjoy the fellowship and
vailable as Inducement to com- also 3,000 were entertained at one
commended for supervising Christian leadership of Rev. Groundbreaking CeremoniesFor
petition among the transportationmodes Earl Mecklem of Pittsburgh Is fireworks for the celebration, or another of the (functions and Stuart McCord, the new pastor.
we remain subject to visiting with his sister, Mrs. and in that approximately $900
originating was
monopolistic rates and proce- Marge Tracy. city-sponsored raised. Sunday the School is for held all ages 9:40, and In St. Anne's Parish HouseThe
nursery at. :
dures so far as all basic bulk
materials rates are concerned, Jim Fox has returned from a the Educational Building, and Right Reverend Hamilton compliment the present church den, are In charge of the pro-
other than petroleum which can trip to Pennsylvania and Dele- the Youth Fellowship Group (all West, Bishop of the Diocese of with similar construction ma-

be moved by pipeline." He add- ware. While away he visited Mr. INDIAN MELROSEBy ; teenagers) meets Sunday even- Florida joined the congregationof terials and design, and will be ject.Members of the Building Com-
in Build-
BEACHLake at 7 their Youth
ed that, "The necessity for main- and Mrs. Dan Headrick and Mr. Ings ( ) St. Anne's Episcopal Churchon connected to the church by a mittee are A.C. Mingledoriff
ing annex Mr. and Mrs. R.
taining a free and competitive and Mrs Girard Evashavik. Mrs. Eklund Sunday, June 28 to break covered walk-way. Jack K. Moody, and William Bartlett -
economy amply justifies invest- Evashavik's parents, Mr. and ( Santa Fe) Joyce Rowe are the directors.The ground for a new Parish Hall. The Reverend William I.Jones Willis L. Stephens of Jacksonville -
ment of government monies in :Mrs Charles Garber, live in By: Michael H. CWlty Board of Trustees Is ever Containing three large meetIng Jr. of St. Anne's, Thomas F. is the designing ar-
public transportation arteries Keystone. In Wilmington he vis- Phone 475-1612 6 appreciative of the Pulpit rooms, kitchen and two rest Howell, Senior Warden, and Tho- thitect. Construction will beginin

such as this waterway." Evans ited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hart- Mr. and Mrs. Truman Perry Nominating Committee for their rooms, the new structure will mas E. Garner Jr., Junior War- the fall.
and untiring effortsIn
said many other considerations, man and family and Mr. and Greetings fellow "Lake-lo- and family have returned from .. .. ,
the of -- --
obtaining services
Mrs. Eddie vers", hasn't that water felt a
Symanski-both good
such as the extreme care to their vacation which took themto
Hartmann and Mrs. Symanski lately'? Even now I'm sitting in Minister. Roy Turknett ChaIr- are vacationing, and a few not
safeguard a new ecological bal- the Western of the United
ance, flood control benefits and are daughters of Herb Nelsonof ; a damp bathing suit, and it sure States to enjoy part the scenic man; members, Gerald Culbertson feeling too well. New Law Creates Problems
water recreation benefits are Keystone. He also had nice helps. I'd just love to know how many Ray Farris, Bob Eklund "Talent" within the Club mem- I
visits with former Keystoners how much of that water we've places there. Bobby Hendry, Mrs. Ernest Mc- bership was enjoyed and the song
very Important to the project, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Widegren soaked uptl year.I have thoughtof Miss Teena Rothhammer of Lean, B.F. Mizell, Mrs. Ray fest went "We" with the mem- In City Tax AssessingCollectingTax
but "its basic purpose is trans- Ft. Worth, Texas visited her
John Warren and AI
portation." Of the canal project and daughter Susan, and Mr. setting up a table to work on aunts, Mrs. Virgle Rowe and Starnes bers. Solos and joing singing
Evans said, "It is being built and Mrs. Lou :Muir.Prospects. in the water, but the results of Mrs. Tom Chamblee and famil- Watson. were given by Mrs. Elsie Stein
sitting in the water and usinga and Axel Malgren, and a quar-
with great care and we hope metal "typing stick" ies. She had been staying with BIBLE STUDY GROUPA tette of Houston and Marion Dris- assessment and collection was estimated at $350, he said,
on an
that friend and foe alike will her In Gainesville. counties the and 10-foot fence all around the
Good electric typewriter be grandmother Bible Study Group was organized coll and the Harrison Batche- through passed by a
unite to plan for every possible "shocking!" may Rudolph Dampier is looking Wednesday to which felders, gave rise to the thinkingthat 1970 legislature, has created a court was estimated at from
measure to assure that It forward to his high school grad- Is invited. The study hangup for Keystone Heights city $980 to $1,250. The matter was
!Not only were we Chittys busy everyone "why look outside for a
For New
is the outstanding environmental HangarAt uating class reunion to be held turned to Finance ChaIr-
the weekend of the 4th., but was from the First Chapter of speaker or solist, especially In council. over
Improvement, we plan It to be." This will be the first class The law it Baker for consider-
all of the following week too. soon. John. These study groups will the summer time'?" Mrs. Mltta making mandatoryfor man Joy
He concluded, "This is the di- reunion they have held Rudolph officials do municipal -
AirportProspects Aunt Clara Sullivan of Willis- continue every Wednesday evenIng Kersey read an amusing satire county to ation.
rectin of the future: greater ton, spent nearly all week withus. graduated from Alachua High at 7:30: In the Educational (clipping), "Man's Inhumanity To tax work leaves city charter Other visitors at the council
planning for our projects, nota ;She took Granny Copelandto :School; Building Ills Fellow Man." and ordinance in doubt where Included Don Shackleford. who
cessation of progress in the look good: tor:'replacing see her Doctor on Wednesdayin Mrs. Ernest Howard has recently Even the business meeting pre- they set up the offices of city asked about a zoning variationon
fear of change." the hangar at Keystone Williston. When they returned completed a book about A LAST SALUTE sided over by Mrs. Fern Hansonwas tax collector and assessor fora his wedge-shaped lot on Lake
Don't the fish Fri- the of Melrose. It has Since the width at the
forget fry Heights Airport.Timbercutting. Wednesday afternoon, Aunt Clara history one of harmony, and thus two-year term each and Keystone.
day evening, July 17 at which brought her grandchildren, been published and she has copies Charles King's passing, recently motions were made in the interest specify city taxes. spot he plans to build his home
time the for the swim- bids were for sale at her home for of both suf-
badges Lamar and Lisa Stegall, back was one great loss of all. The discussion as Does the state law automatically and total footage are
ming program held the past two opened at Tuesday night's coun- $4 each. Those who have re- to this community. As a mem- revoke these offices'? ficient, the council assured hima
with her and stayed till Friday to omitting the August meetingwas
weeks will be presented. cil meeting, with L.J. Kite'shigh morning. Lamar and Lisa stay- vently moved to Melrose may ber of the Fellowship Club and decided against, In favor of Does the law mean these two building permit could begrant-

bid of $19,661 accepted. ed in and under the water so not realize that Melrose has American Legion Post 202, he the continuity of meeting regularly are not to be paid for services ed. Klrvie Cumbass, who owns
RECEPTION HELD quite a colorful history. It was was faithful and loyal In spiteof of already rendered? property adjoining the airport,
A steel airport hangar at the much till I'm sure they tooka and for the benefit
FOR PPEVATTS old Imeson Airport,Jacksonville few gallons of Santa Fe home once a well-known resort town. his 94 years of age, as of many who need that fellowship and When do their terms end? was referred to Councilman Roy
Mr. and Mrs. Myron C, Prevail weeks with There was a university here and December 17th, 1969. of with These are some of the quest- Watkins.
was inspected two ago by them. Wednesday night we social pleasure meeting
Sr. were honored with a councilman, and estimates are were visited by Buddy and Merle also a race track. Anyone who Mr. King was born in 1875 their peers. Ions the city council can't yet Drainage control on the Jim
reception on the occasion of their around $15,000 plus $10,000 more Ellis of Gainesville, Raymond makes Melrose home should become and when only 23 years of age Mrs Ethel Weyman requestedthat answer, until they consult local Zworka property was discussed
thirty-fifth wedding anniversary. for Installation on a concrete and Gladys Malphurs of Jack- acquainted with our past. volunteered in the Spanish AmerIcan as Program Chairman she and state attorneys. with the possibility of a ditch
Hosts Mr. and Mrs. The Melrose Day Care Center War. Meanwhile Wayne Cellar Clay their lot to the canal
were W.Q. pad. J.W. Henderson and Air- sonville, and Willie and Dean be relieved of this duty, but across
Dowling and Mr. and Mrs. D.A Homer Satterfield Stinson and daughters of Hampton expresses Its appreciation for Mrs. Nell King, wife, survives would remain as first vice pre- County tax collector, is ready to or else a cement retaining wall.
Arnold, with the reception being port Manager We had a Birthday Supper the numerous toys, books, fresh and several nieces and nephewsIn sident. Mrs. Nettie Smith 2nd start October I, the beginning of
held at the home of the latter. investigated the building, and said Thursday night In honor of fruits and vegetables given them. Jersey Shores, Pat Vice President, accepted this the fiscal year to collect taxes, Some substandard wiring over
Receiving guests along with the the roof would be replaced by grandmother, Palma Chitty, my of One room shows a fresh paint There, in Jersey Shores, stands office and Immldiately had volunteers at six mills, on $3,602,580 net picnic tables at the beach has
honorees present owners within their job. The back door has new the old King Homestead still In taxable satisfactorily
were their two sons and Starke, who was around 39. as Mrs. Janet Lamn as property for the city been replaced
price. It is larger than the pre- and the back fine condition and the flay; I.I vines ton
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ? screening steps now residents of Keystone Heights. Safety Chairman
(Right, Pam ) Those helping us Musical Director.
Myron C. Prevatt, Jr. of Key- sent service hangar. celebrate Included: my grand- have been rebuilt.A are engaged In raising Mrs. Weyman presented the He said he felt the law wasa reported. Work on the railroad

stone, and Bruce Prevatt of Nor- Mayor Starnes had contactedthe father Hubert Chitty, Raymondand table and 15 children's chairs ponies on the farm. Mrs. King architectural plans of the new "bad piece of legislation," crossing gates and highway traf-
folk, Va. A pink and white color Federal Aviation Agency con- Gladys Malphurs, Clara Sul- have been added to the dining has returned to her home on St. Anne Episcopal Parish House but that since this setup was fic signal is progressing, Mayor

scheme was carried out with cerning federal grants for at livan, Lamar and Lisa Stcgall, room and a television to the Twin Lakes and Is most grate- which offers it's full facilities now state law, he would do the Starnes said. He also said that
beautiful fresh flowers throughout least part of the cost of the and Kenneth and Kay Padgettand living room. A fine playgroundwith ful for many kindness extendedto for the Fellowship Club twicea best he could for the people of Mrs. Vance was preparing to
the house. hangar, and felt that some aid daughters, also from Starke. new posts and new fencingwas her and her husband during month meeting. Discussion the city. The charge would haveto take a survey of townspeople
Presiding at the refreshment would be available. Robert Powell of Starke visitedus built under the live oak his hospitalization at the Gaines- brief, but considered favorable. be worked out, he said, when to determine Interest in annex-
table were: Miss Gertrude Hous- a while Thursday morning. trees. A sprinkler and swings ville Veterans Hospital following Until completion of the buildingand he met with the council at Tues- ing some areas Into the city

er, Mrs. S.E. McKay, Mrs. E.T. According to Ernest Triest, Otis Melton of Hampson, came have been added. A jungle gym a hip fracture. lie recovered and action by the Club Member- day's meeting but would probably limits.KEYSTONE.
Martin, and Mrs. P.L. Walker. the present hangar would cost out and spent Friday afternoon will be there soon. was in a nursing home In Jack- ship at a stated meeting the be one-half of 1 1'10.' or about

The entire wedding; party was more to repair and restore thanto with us, and ate supper. Otis! Mats for nap time benches sonville until his death. covered dish luncheon meetingwill $850.
able to attend the reception. build new building.Estimates had just returned home the day dishes, and silver are in con- FELLOWSHIP CLUB continue to be held on the Council Chairman Everett Fox
from various builders in Jack- before from taking his Grand- stant use. The Day Center is The July 9 Covered dish lunch- second Thursday of each monthat said because there had been much

SUTTO -HEYDEL WEDDING sonville seem to bear this out, mother Parsons home toClncinatti. most grateful to the many gener- eion and business meeting was the Masonic hall No game voluntary labor In city govern-
Miss Pamela June Heydel, according to Gay Livingston and Ohio. ous people of Melrose who have held at the Masonic Hall at 12:30.: day in July or August ment in Keystone Heights, they
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Henderson given and are still giving.Volun- President Hanson opened the 'Mrs. Nell Grayson, Health and had been able to do it for $500 to
E. Heydel of Altamont Mrs. 'I rellle Cheshire of Pompano teers who come in and help with luncheon with grace offered by Welfare Chairman, announcedshe $550 In the past. HEIGHTS

Springs, and Harold Lee Sutton, Bids for the timber-cutting at is visiting her mother, Mrs. the children are also a tremen- Mrs. Ruth Malmgren; after sing- had made several calls and The tax problem meant a delay -
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold the airport, in the five-year tree- H.T. Smith, and her aunt, :Mrs dous help. ing God Bless America the flag sent cards. Member Bernard in accepting the city budget

Lee Sutton Sr. of Keystone farming program, were submitted Cheshire Ruby Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Containers have been put up In salute was led by Mrs. MItta Slocomb Is not feeling scheduled to be passed at this

Heights, were united marriage by seven companies. Hudson them of Gainesville visited some of the stores for contribu- Kersey; pianist, Mrs. Janet well enough to attend Club e- week's meeting.Mrs. DIRECTORYBEAUTY
at the First Presbyterian Churchof Pulp & Paper, $11, 430; Elliot Saturday. tions to help support the center. Lamn, and song leader Mrs. A.T. Vance, tax collector -
MaItland on Saturday evening, McGuire $13,475; J.J. Nolan; and Raymond Mrs. F.stes Owen: nephew of Mr. The costs to parents for the care Malmgren. Although attendancewas 'iContinued :sn Next Pagel* reported $17,433 collected -
July 11. A reception Immediately $13,650; Daniels Lumber, $14- critical Bryant, is in of their children does not cover smaller many members for 1970 and $103.68 not ; SHOP
following the ceremony was heldat 269; Lewis Timber Co., $17,181; condition The in the V.A. the expense of the operation. This collected. Jim Cook, tax asses-
the home of the bride's parents Allied Timber, $19,224; were the hospital Bryants visited Center is a tremendous asset to sor, had met with the county
Mr. and
Mrs. 11..; Coker In
unsuccessful bidders. working mothers of the area, so assessor. KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Jacksonville last Sunday we hope you will do all you can S.A.SPONSOREDCAMP Other budget Issues placed before -
Joan Miller daughter of Jack SHOP
to help the Melrose Action Com- the council Tuesday
and Lou Miller, left Sunday
morn mittee it
keep open. concerned a request for raising -
ing for several weeks vacationIn I found out recently that there KEYSTONE the contribution to the Clay EDITH JOHNSON Owner
Guantanmo Base, in Cuba, with was a jelly factory in Melrose. County library to $1,000 for the Personal and Creative Hair StylIn -
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Last week I had an opportunityto next year. The local branch library Every Form of Beauty

if it's Buddy Kelly and family. JackandLou visit there and talk with the opened In 1964, has meanta CultureTues.Sat.. 9-3! ; closed!
and Mrs. Claude PItchford KEEPING BUSY
owners. Mr. and Mrs. F. Ger- rise in money to the county Monday.
of Interlachen, were in Montgomery ald Pappy have a small factoryin library from $300 to $500 to
Ala., and attended the their back yard. Mr. Pappy the present $750. But councilmen
a educationalfunds funeral of Jack's aunt:Mrs.Thel- showed me the vats where the Summer has come to the Salvation Army's Camp agreed that local services- NURSERY i

ma Norris.; "Out sympathies go jelly Is cooked with steam. They Keystone.And merited more than the present
out to Jack and the rest of the had recently cooked a batch of with it have come hundreds of youths from $750, if finances permit O.C. Carnes Nursery

family". Lou atteended a Baby guava jelly, and he showed me all parts of the state. Gas bids
were opened and
Shower for Mrs. Dellie ; ,
of Santa Fe recently In- that the jelly was so clear thata Last week, ISO young musicians concluded a 10- Cunningham's bid of three cents Thousands of plants

you need Gainesville.Mr. newspaper could be read day stay at the camp. less on gasoline 20 cents less Fruit Trees-Shttde Trees
through a pint of the jelly.
and Mrs. Wace of Savan- per quart of oil, was acceptedas Evergreens
The jelly Is marketed under THIS WEEK, the is host to 163 members of low bid for the
camp year begin-
nah Ga.
were visiting: their Camellias & Azaleas
grandparnets, Mr. and Mrs. the "Royal Oaks Farms" label. the Salvation Army's Girl Scouting program the ning August 1 1. Kim's Shell and
The Paoovs sell their productsIn MOST ALL IN CANS
LEAN ON US Henderson also
George Ellis, over the weekend. "Guards. submitted bids.
Jacksonville and at their home
/ Weekend guests of James and here. Mr. Pappy explained with When the girls leave Boys Camp will take over In other business, the coun-
Margaret Robbins were Mr; and pride that jelly that did from July 20-26, and then there will be five "fresh cil accepted estimates of $150 Beautiful Roses -

Mrs. Thomas and daughter of not look perfect any in every'waywasnot air camps" from July 27 to Aug. 29. and trees$195, and to remove and prune LandscapingPhone !!
remove from
Del Ray Beach. 1 of The fresh air are provided by donations to stumps
sold. was given a pint camps
education for Mr. and Mrs. Corbett Dees of private and city property, from 659.2165
I Today a college it the Salvation Annual
and Is
Jasper visited Fred and Vera guava jelly to sample Army Camp Appeal. Sapp's Tree Surgeons In Gaines-
your children is a must! Butdon't Swearingen last weekend. delicious. I thought you readers The appeal this year raised $10,654.56 on a goalof ville. The Job on the private 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

the family say. Nlta; Lewis, Mrs. Ethyl La- would be Interested to know you $13,000 property is to be billed to the Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome
deplete Roache and daughter, and Mr. could get pure jelly right here It costs $35 to sponsor a child for one week. owners, the Bold Co.

/ ings. Lean on an easy-repay and Calvin Ward were guestsof In Melrose with a Melrose labelon Poll officials are to be paid
bank Pete and Joyce Barton last It. CAMP KEYSTONE Is located on Lake Bedford $15 per day Instead of $10, at S. E. McKAY. REALTOR

u ment loan from our Saturday. If your child Is feverish, there eight miles south of Starke. The 250-acre site includes the next city election in November KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-431

Raymond and Gladys Malphursof ] is a good chance he might be cabins, two baseball fields a recreation ball for an estimated 13-hour Appraisal Service

KEYSTONE STATE BANK Jacksonville, are staying next getting the mumps. I understandthey paid for by the Meninak Club of Jacksonville, and day the council voted. The Bert la Lakefront
door at their hone for three around Both Alex Brokes reported to the
are going now. other facilities necessary for a camping program. Homes, Aereacea. Rentals
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone: Heights Fla. weeks. Weekend guests of the my twins came down with them The public it welcome to visit the camp on Sun. Council concerning paving and ASSOCIATES
Malphurs' included J.C.and Judy last week. The doctor advised fencing the tennis court which ..
: .
:\1. .. Melba
day afternoons and to send contributions to the Sal Ilffen 4734740Col.
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Young and children; Dixon and keeping them quiet and in the vation Army. consider.he had earlier asked them to J. Chetilnfton 473-467
Paving one Inch on
Community. (Continued on Next Pages 'Continued en Next Page' top of the present cement base 'I.. J. Robinson "475-59. !

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MELROSE ithi th NEWS NOTES -i--i

By,Helen. V. tgani mr fASTACT/ONuse the .

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house. Did you ever try to keep 1 I Sonya Harp and Christy; ; and
two three-year-old Quiet and In i Jerry Lowe. Jerry's wife Boot- vents. Mrs. Helen Pinon Is home I
after brief for
the house? sie and son Jerry are spendingthe a
tests. Mrs. Rose (Wm.) Lang
week. Sunday Bugs and Nanny .
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Tison of Malphurs and daughter Shan- is also home following: a brlelIllness. FOR SALE-1968 ford with 390 WATER FRONT I"ROPER'rYonCn "
Gainesville spent the weekend non and Nancy's brothers Ray Mrs. Amy (Robert) Far- V-8 goad: shape $1.800 (:>r $500 Smith Plumbing' bY Lake tt Crosby Lake
Mr. and fell is also still the "not t For, Sale: 2 Siamesj seal poflr.t Inlet. Ideal
visiting[ his parents, and Alkan Lester Larry and Elva on and take payment. Phone 964- --"- For :Mobile Home.
Mrs. Dock Tison. Swails and children; Gladys'brother feeling well" side but her faith- S087 and leave phone No. or address. Will Keep children In my h male kittens $15 ea., Also mot and, Supply Summer Cottage Or Year
Mrs. Gene Sap and childrer ; ful husband Bob came over to TP 3 days! a week from 6 ft. M. .c her Siamese cat, $35. 9646152Itchg. Round Living
J.B. Causey, and Ray- Church.' 8t PH.
314 N. ,|
1 J. m.
visiting p. .
are In Sumpter. S.C. mond and Gladys attended the help with the table setting forthe 2tp. All Lots Ready To Go-Clear-,
964-7043 Road
relatives.The funeral of Johnny Hurst at Fort luncheon. ONE 1970 MOTOR CYCLE low Ralford ed. Graded tt Leveled
Club neld mUafe. 350 engine, faJiJ; ''sata :MATCHING STUDIO COUCH Phone 964-6023
Homemakers a Walton. Our sympathy goes out ForSale: -Reglsttered too PoOlS Priced From $995.00. Flnoncing -
$375. Phone and chair (blue) fort sale Like
964-7361 ;
Bake Sale Saturday at the post to the family and friends of this Congratulations are extended to 2tchg 7-23 lea. 2 males 1 female call sec Available Call 964-TTpl I.
Phone 964-7221' Up
office. The club plans to hold a man of 35, who died with a heart 1:30 9647092. new. and
the Barry L. Wyman Jr. familyon FREE PUPPIES V. flu mp3.Lawtey. : Contracting: $ Repairs FOR RENTBuommeccottap
bake sale every month. The next attack. the return home of their {twin PJi. 782-3020 2i.p' 7-23 FOR SALE: 1960 Great Lake Plumbing ]Matures
Breed shepard Klnjesley Lake new duplex.
15. Sale-Pure
will be August For
one babies Barry L. Wyman HI and 10x45 Trailer 1370 Chevrolet
Dr. and Mrs. G.S McIntire and ;
Mr. and Mrs. Paul King nave baby Chris of his sister Brandie Lynn. Great HOUSE TRAILER for sale-19- puppies! 2 males: 2 temalya, truck 350. tubo. 'with 'extras. Heaters Call Merritt Williams 964-5391
returned after a trip to South spent a few days with Fitzgerald their grand Ga., grandparents are Mr and Mrs. 69 Concord. 39 ft., 2 air Can Father ReIa! ered. 'See to ap- Call 964-5963 or 964-7500 ask for Water Pumps office I or 964-7788 borne,
Carolina to visit relatives. mother, Mrs. Jo Strandberg. Whitney Wyman of Lake Geneva JlUoner3;! .: washer Jryev. UP- precuts!: Please! blew horn and Ronnie. Up itfohg
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ba.ten Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pederson (Shores)); Grandparents Mr. and out living:: room. 4300. Contact wait in car 83. cl'her<. dogs); 'will (Fresh i Ranch Egg for sale
of Penney Farms spent Sunday were down at their lake home Mrs. Barry L. Wyman, Sr. of H. B. Belcher 964-5770. 2tp 7-23 bite No Papers, $25 tt $35. See One Curtis Math s 6 foot> fruitwood condition Just south cf Steel Mill 9645760IIo"f.cn.Lat
with Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Mil over the weekend,and were visited Keystone, (paternal grand- at H'fway 100 3.. PH 964-5709 Itp finish: with rails stereo! FOR RENT2- Kingjesy air! Lake'' : 35o, Med 2t1.
of the Mil- parents}) and maternal grand- player. for sale far' halt price ed cottages -
ton. Recent guests by Mr.and Mrs. Lowry of ; CLASSIFIED AD RATES LEGAL FORMS. Brad Ph.. Small 24c. 2tp.
Call at night -
tons were his! .Jece and nephew. Lake Serena. parents, Mr.and Mrs H.H. Hagueof ford County Telegraph. Ph. at Dahm-srs.'! also one large 5332366tfchi/ T
Jay and Holly Milton, of FRIENDS! I am now ban! ling a Lake Geneva (We regret last Minimum Chart .... .1.75 B64-6305. RCA color TV 2 years old like MOVING r-, Must Sell-bedrooai
Macclenny. line of novelty; gifts. Anyone interested week's announcement was' in (Covers 15, words) new. for sale half price, and 12 REDUCE SAFE anti Fast: with suit:' dining room table and

Mr. and Mrs. .ilbur Sapp and may contact me at home error>e I AFTErt :FOURYEARS Mr. foci' sip/ right Amana edl! fee- OoBese Tablets, and! E-Vap chairs, coffee table! rocking
last week enjoying at 475-1612, and arrange for an Each word over 15-7o Bush paylr.sr, rent on lot next ze sons spent appointment. Thank you. Mrs.,i Roy Bridges followed her 50c Extra Charge If. not to Laundry and Cleans, ho mors Discount Huag. 1'tp.!' macy. 6tp 8-6. night eland, convertible
rasa. According to Roy Griffin of European trip, Joined Mr. Brid- paid In advance has pint' a rental truck and coucb. Ph. 964- 5556.;
Griffin's Lodge (east shore SantaFe ges for a two weeks' vacationat trailer business. on sad lot. LOST-Prcmlrer* Reverberator: : USED CLOTHING Ladles Up
), the fish should be doing their Lake Toxavray N.C. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Bush's Gulf station::! phone!, 964- In vicinity of Pins Hal: Congregational dresses skirts blouses, shoes
even better now, because Shell- summer home. While there Mr. $1.50 Per Inch 7361. Rent an E-Z Haul Truck > !Methodist. Church. and other ladles wear Childnn ) HOUSE PAINTING Infrtoi-
crackers moving on the beds. Bridges entertained Us sales- or Tra 1el'. 2tp 7-23 Believed, 'to have been left on and wens clothing. I will Exterior. Kool: seal roablli:]
Roy caught a 1-pound Blueglll man' from nine states. Several Memorial. Revolution the .round. REWARD for re buy this week Christian Books. homes. Hourly or con'iraot.'
which he entered in the contest factory afmates also joined the Proclamation, etc -7e word 1959 BUICK ELECTRA 4 dr. turn, The Gcspel Massengers: Faith Bargain Store 128 N. First class workmanship con-

sponsored by the Keystone group. CARDS OF THANKS All power- air conC;'Cloned. sell CALL 964-7337 or Write P.O. Court. 8t, 3tp 7-15 tact Lonnie Roberta Ralford.
Sportsman's Association. Prizes Later Mrs. Bridges' two bro- or trade for livestock.::! or farm Box 536, Stake. TFC Fla. Mon.; Thur.; Fri 7 a.m
will be awarded for the biggest thers and their wives, the George SO words or less .. ..00..3.00 truck. Make offer. R. W. Bryan For Sale-Toy Poodles white 431-1126 nights and we'luvbg:
Speckled Perch,Bream,Bass and Stuckey and the David Stuckeysof Each word over 50-7o 782-3370. Itp, 2 females, $100 tc $125. 8 weeks to 5 p. m. 431-1126 nigh: and
Pickeral. Roy caught 6 bass Stuckey, S.C. spent several JIMMY MOORE'SSUN old, AKC RegbAeOTed shot and -weekends 4211768. 4tp 8-6
Saturday, fishing alone.He fished days with Mr. and Mrs Bridges JPor Sale: 30" white porcelainsink (wormed l Call Helen Hursey 473
with some customers who were and took advantage of touring the SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic ; 16" W; 12" splash back; SPORTS 4315. 2tc. FOR SALE-1968 VW small
staying in one of his cabins last sights and new developments In Letters all flies, color*. Permanent complete with faucets tt 1 l l'ap. equity and take up mouthy
week, and they averaged 5 Bass the area one In particularly the for use on wood, glare Reasonable. 200 E. Adkins St. MOORE BOAT FOR For Rent -Nicely furnisher! air payments: phone 964-6543 Itp
oer day. Cherokee Reservation. plastic paper metal leather. 2Tp While Mr. and Mrs. Bridgeswere ANYTBINGIBradford I Walnut! St. Phone 964-5735 Itp FOR SALE-Air Conditioner.
the sun and fun of Daytona Beach. In N.C., their daughter, Telegraph. County Starke Ph. 964-5791 one room window unit, used
Mrs. T.A. Murphy of Jackson- Mrs. Carolyn Brannon and her tl FOR RENT: TV lets baby For Sale3 bedrooms, Ms very little.. Also swing set for
ville Is visiting her soninlawand daughter of Burmlngham, Ala. Southern Marine beds elee. guitars, amplifier, Complete Outboard & Florida room hardwood' Si tils play ;yard 1408 N. Randall St.
daughter,Mr.and Mrs.West- spent visiting her twin sisters, refrigerators: day or week. DA Stern: Drive Service and' .floors: lots of storage space (Green Acres) 964-5971. lop
moreland.Mr. Marlyn Bridges, at their home in Moved To Gainesville EMER'S: 984-7923. UehlrWATSON'S Low Low Dawn payment. A.J.
and Mrs. Ray Gamblls and Lake Gevena. New .lepair. Complete Fiber Thomas, Realtor 964-5701. tfe HELP WANTEDU.
children recently moved to Mel- NameGainesville' glass Repair. Custom- S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS
rose from Jacksonville. They Mrs. George Schaeffer and MarineLYNN built Fiberglass Fishing' For Sal!-Mercury Motor 9.8 :MEN-WOMEN Secure Jobs. Ad
now make their home on Lake daughter, Martha Jane, drove Boats. 67 model like new. $250. 964- vancement. Preparatory training .! -
Serena. down to Oklawaha for a visit HAMILTON MGR. House of Vacuum 6461 Ite as long AS required Grammar -
with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly
Jofcnaon ,Motors
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Cobra. Boat school ciuffisteDt for
(Many brands of :new vacuum
and a tour of the large new conditioned''
THE FIRST NAME IN Duplicate Bridge winners last development, Silver Springs Marine Supplies 439.00 up. Used machines from apartment FURNISHED for Air rent. Call: 964- |"):bs.> For.: Infounattn: S.l J lie
CARS week were: Mrs. F.S. Hubbardand 1030 E. giving name ir.ddress phone
SMALL Shores. Mrs. Schaeffer and Mrs. University Ave. J10. Expert Repairs all makes. 5065 9645899. 2tp 7-23
Mrs. Paul Johnson,1st place; Kelly were co-teacherswhenliv- Gainesville farts and Accessories for all or Box A, Starke Fla. Re313na1l2.nager
Mrs. B.A. Allen and Mrs. E.B. MARYCARTER !; !: lip
DATSUNGAINESVILLE ing and teaching in Beaverdale vacuums. Built In Central vacuum COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage .
Goss 2nd place; Mrs. W.J. Gro-
Pa. cleaning systems. 712 N. parents wanted. Some Furnished mall
lick and Mrs. C.W. Hardy, 3rd FOR RENT-
I place; Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs. Main.: Gainesville 376-7110 Married couples and: iwomon.) 2 bedroom: house. Located at

2nd Ave. 2nd St. S. E. Phil Kromer, Mrs. C.W. Beas- EZERASE TYPEWRITER SEARSHas 'PATE'S FABRICS FJrst qual Salary starts $347 ;per month, 424 W. Jefferson St. Tfchjf
( Gainesville Florida ley and Mrs. Val Givens, tied PAPER, Mlmeo Paper. Bond ity dress drapery upholstery per person. 5 ,day 'week, 8 hour FOR NOLLMAN'S rental property -
for 4th. day. Promotional opporbinjUe:.: Carrie
Paper Notebook FUlen. material. Notions chenUle bedspreads in Starke see Mra.
Bradford County Telegraph Everthing State Retirement sick. leave, Ward 419 N. Cherry St. tfchg
- -- - tapestries. Also seconds
PAINTSNEW ,vacation" : etc Please Apply in
mill end's.' BankAmeri- person only .Personnel Office, EZERASE TYPEWRITER
STARKEPhone card >and Master Charge. Open C-af.nesv.lie.' TAPER. Mlmeo Paper Bond
Announcing BuWand: Cer.iterv :
Monday 10-7; Tues. throughSat. ITEMS Fla. An equal opportunity em- Paper Notebook Fillers. -
FLORIDATHEATRE 964-6848 .. 9-7; Sunday 16. Hwy. 301 ''ptoyer. ttchg- Bradford County Telegraph.
THE OPENING OFRoper's 1% ml. north of Wa1
and outside work. Reason- Unpainted Furniture FOR SALE: UaDard Dud
House Of UpholsteryWE W WE DON'T HAVE IT able rates. Satisfaction guar 2 months oM $5.po Pair ;gne Experienced
we'll get It for you. Office anteed. Call Norman Hall. 475- Wood Graining Kit M4-SS4S U
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Supplies! Furniture, Equip. 1958. 4t 7-18 Sewing Machine
DO ALL TYPES OF Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 ment. Bradford County: K-80 Paint Remover
Telecra ll. :DID YOU KNOW its easy to
Fri., Sat., July 17.18TECINCOLOR" "- own a Longchamp Home? Operators
On Homes .and Acreage. Buyers ing. Your plans or ours. Your .* Single Needle
ESTIMATES Realty Re?. lot or ours. Contact Buford
Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. Mitchell: phone 964-6853. P. O. COMPANY Safety Stitch
> ...
Ph. 964-6609 Starke. Fla. Box 238 Starke tfchg
Pick-up and Delivery Anywhere within TYPEWRITERS Manual Double Needle
For all your Real Estate or Owned & Operated By
Electric. For sale or'rent. _
25mi. Radius
Sell Exchange PUMPS
Bradford County Telegraph.' DON NEWMANS
Appraisals. Ex.. and $1.80 PerHour
pert Advice on all Real ala- MICHAEL, DOBBS.
PHONE 964-8350 Estate Problems Call SALES-P ARTS, ERVICE VET11VARY and
BILL POWELL Deep & Shallow Wells- up

416 EAST CALL ST. Re,. Real Estate Broker Water Softeners & Filters Sleeping INJECTA.BLES'j' : INSTALLATIONREPAIRING For Willing Workers
Phone 9644464 Expert Service On
Distemper :
Starke Plaza Starke AH Makes CombJotlc/ CLEANOUTAND

Uchg Plumbing Service ANDREWS DRUGS PUMPING Apply in person only,
Phone 964.7061DURRANCE
r .k PUMP t8--l/ Phone 964-6647 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.

301 DRIVEINShow 1 iller Brown AND SUPPLY CO. FOR RENT12'trailer* out wide kie, 2 bedroom city: Starke, Fla. tfcha Mon thru Fri.

INSURANCEAT limits. J. B. White, 964-6114.

Begins At Sundown 1IIIJ'T!! !! AUTO. FIRE BOAT Vogue Mfg. Co.

Volkswagen INSURANCE AGENCY < er electric. For sate orrent. 710 S. Water St.
JULY 16-17-18
THUR.-FRI.-SAT. a fab* Add subtract, credit bal->> Starke, Fla.

DOUBLE FEATURE New Used I5J). Water Condition

Sate Service ing and Pump Co.
GEORGE KENNEDY, 1 Ml.' North of Tfek Man Mobile Homes 130 Court Street ........ ..............

TIlE BUD GVYsr United Artists Miles 8-10-12'as nesvn.Wide STARITEWater i For Sale To Highest Bidder :

Out Good Quality

Ac TH.AT" a Large Living Room 378-2785 WELL DRILLING :

: Fancied Family Room Serviced Guaranteed and Sales and Rentals
PLUS Many, Delivered la Starke Area
Many Extras
Only 18.830 NO EXTRA COST Repair Department : Large Frame Building :

They to :k their stand at the West's bloodiest frontier! How BILL POWELL. BROKER US 441 N. 450! NW 13th 24 Hour Service and Block Annex .

1I..w! PANA VISIONTECHNICOLOR!>From WARNER BROSSEVENARTS. last M44484 964-6811 Gainesville 3T8- 7I1S

ytl must liom a where man golo hrs.if' FOR RENT-Mountain Cottage, : BIDS CLOSE JULY 22, 1970 :

I ,, PLUSWrecking CARL BEGGS FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse completely uornlz'J1.' d. Weeks
; 3 bedroom 1 bath, cen- available July. August b) and
Jtb; ; Gulf ServiceUSED tral heat tt alr-oondltlonlng. Cor. September. R. E. Edmondson. Mrs. A. L. Green Box: 34, Brooker, Fla. .

PARTS ner lot. Phone 9B4-5367. tfth g Star Route Box 32, Black .
/ The Mountain, N. C. 28711. Phone
; Martin Top Prices for Wrecked Cars POSTED SIGNS: Treated to ((704)) 669-6861. tfchg- .t.tlttetlt.tt.tlttittl........t.
/ 21 Hour withstand weather20c each,
] Wrecker Service
V ) TcMMcao'AMM4AxwrpvawSunday $2.25 doz.'Special price on larger -

Crew Fuel Oil -. quantities. Bradford County George E. LaRue I TAWTAFANAfUJN.U
COlUM81APC1URESN"- Vied Cm Telegraph. tt
Monday & Tues. Hwy. 301/ N. Waldo WANTED: Used Wrlnger-Waali- I Auto FIre Homeowners
July 19.21 4U1998National ere Will pay cash or take In
Sunday Through Wednesday July 19, 20 21, 22 trade on anything. DAHMER'S LIFE & ACCIDENT

DOUBLE FEATURE 864-7923. tfdlg Keystone Heights 473-4692
WILL BUY: Used Appliances,
MGMpnwnlt A CvU Pont Production Mailing Sewing
V tutu; gst w"' MOM M*&KENNETH HWN PRODUCTION Machine Furniture' TV's, Stereos, any- $6.98 8 track tapes for sale
thin of value. DAHMER'S for
$5.98 or $3.50 with a 'trade

a el: AT POPULAR Now 6 Largest selections from whichto AMANA 7-foot chest lreezerathat In At DAHMER'S Discount

PRICES'' ACADEMY choose Ffaff Necchi. Nelco. carry; a 5-year warrantyfor House. tfchg
New Home tt Universal. labor and parts for only .
4 and 3 Track Stereo
s37i' CONTINUOUS AWAROSEPEAfpRMANCES' This Ad Worth 13.00 On Any $149.93 at DAHMER'S. tfchg Players for cars for sale Tape only .ET

MfTMCOUmIHtay Purchase or Repairs $49.95 at DAHMER'S Discount 1. 1
<11 W. 6 Cubic\ Foot walnut grain Del- ,
University Ave. 378-1333 House.
'S began monlco Freezer like new. tfchg 1

wtwattMtfrtydazMwarfl SEWING MACHINE Cleaned Holds 210 lbs. Nearly half priceat WANTED Ladles for Tri-

THE BEST HOUSE doml oiled and adjusted! in your DAHMER'S Discount House. Chem Liquid Embroidery: .
r home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner tfchg( Write Box 337 Palabka: Fla.
IN LONDON/ \ F'X repairs also. All work guarante 4tp 7-18
GROOM AND CLIP your Poodles.
mv+MAhSrrr noMOaee ed. Dennis E. Cogging
( ) Eastmancolor 411-1438. tfobf 833-2413. $5.00. Call Kathy.4tchg Myers.7-30 FOR Water SALE-4 fit. City lots 414 Uchg N. 'The.Bradfanl County T.Ier ihp..


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