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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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DismissedBobbie tfiI.I."

Lee Green, Clermontman Suit I
charged with speed too fast :

for conditions after the Febru- J '

.r ary wreck on 301 that claimedthe .
a life of Sandra R. Haas, was t
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acquitted Monday of the chargeIn
Bradford i is one of 20
ai the first of 21 cases on the \
4 county; judge's court calendar. Financial Advice Florida counties told they

Earlier charges of manslaughter must t lie in full compliance:

brought against Green were t with l'$. Department of

dropped when insufficient evi- Health Education; and\
dence was presented. Ronald Newman
Sought By City
,.. .1eM After the case Monday was pre Welfare: guidelines! mi

sented to the jury by Asst. Pro- school integration: or face J

secutor Elzle Sanders and defense federal I court suit i broujrhtby

attorney Jim Tomlinson, 7th Local On Power NeedsAt the Justice Dejnutmerit.
Judge Theron Yawn directed the

jury to give a verdict of acquittal Man Dies t.

stating a failure to prove the urging of Engineer Gor- City Clerk :Merrill I Edwards: September I deadline was

the charge. In VietnamPFC don Friday, the Starke City Coun- was instructed to contact the announced by HEW officials at
Mary Palmer VanSyckel was cil Tuesday night took steps to firm of Barcus & Kindred of a superintendents' conference In

found not guilty of the charge secure financial advice for the Hollywood, 1' la. which hanaica Jacksonville last Thursday, Ap-

of Improper change of lanes in Ronald Ellis Newman 20, purchase of a new $650,000 pow- the city's fiscal affairs on the ril 30. Desegregation plans of

the second case. son of Mr. and Mrs. ShermanD. er plant engine in 1971. 1966 power plant enlargementwhich the 20 counties, including Bradford -

Morgan Prevatt, found guilty; Newman, of Route 1, Starke, It was a step long contem- also cost about $650,000. are held by HEW to be in
of failure to yield right-of-way died April 26, while on active plated by council which has been, Engineer Friday)' was also askedto less than full compliance with
entering an Intersection, had hisdrivers' duty with the 25th Infantry Div- and still is, hesitant to get the send the fiscal firm copies HEW guidelines.A .
license suspended. Fur- of the city's newest annual report Tom Casey
ision In Vietnam. city involved in another bond frustrated Supt.
ther sentence was suspended and lie was the seventh Bradfordman issue. Yet the council is faced prepared by) Reynolds Smith explained the situation to 30

the case closed. to die in the Vietnam con- with the fact that the power plantat and Hills of Jacksonville, the Bradford principals and teachersat
The case against Homer Tho- engineering firm.Councilman information session on the
filet. present growth rates will exceed an
mas of allowing an unauthorized 1'.T. Noun: sug- In the Middle
Newman, along with 35 other its firm capacity in Sep- 1970-71 budget
person to drive was dismissed, U.S servicemen, was killed during tember 1971. gested contacting a fiscal agent.': School last Thursday night
and the DWI charge against Ed- the night shelling of an am- A special meeting will be "We plan to do what's neces-

gar James Cauley was contin- munition dump by the enemy called Chairman Jimmy McRae sary, but we don't know what
ued to the next term of the TrLakeMeet said, at the earliest time the "
near Saigon in South Vietnam. that will be, Casey said.
court as the defendant is in the fiscal agent can have a repre- will recommend
City Moving SR-16 Utilities Newman was born Jan. 22,1950in lie said he
hospital. Tltusville, Pa., and moved Set sentative here. the transfer of the majority of
John Allen Clarke was found here with his parents in 1962. Friday, the R.S&II electrical teachers in the county's; twopre-
not guilty; of driving while In- On engineer who has handled the !; schoolsRJE
Workmen! drill a hole in a gas line on SH-16 to stop It up so It can be lowered for toxicated. David Wayne Jones, He graduated from Bradford High DrainageA domlnately Negro
previous plant expan- in Starke and Anderson
School in 1968 In the power Elementary
the widening and repaving. According to City Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis: the contractor found guilty; by the jury of dri- ,
sions, said the 1971 enlargementIs Junior High at Lawtey.
Army Reserve in April of that
should begin filling for the paving job within two weeks.
ving under the Influence of alcohol -
meeting to discuss drain- a 12-14 month program. He with
its electric lines relocated next week and work. lines year, and going on active duty Bradford has negotiated
The city; will have all by on gas was fined $151, or 60
age problems in the Sampson- noted that plans must be prepared HEW for several on ttIecounty's
June 26 following years
which have to be moved or lowered will be completed in two weeks. But water lines days, and his drivers' license graduation.
lake sold
Crosby-Rowell area was revenue certificates status with Integration
Newman is
Besides his
must still be moved and 4 Gainesville firm still must move the sewer lines. revoked for 90 days. parents, for 1:30 ( time allowed
; set Thurs- let
survived by seven brothers, : p.m. today the contract plus guidelines. Last year Supt. Casey -
Cost of moving the utilities is estirw\ ted at 75000.
Cleo Carl Thornton trial
) in the Bradford
Petit Offlcer 1st Class Sherman day County for construction. and Attorney George Pierce
I charges
under two' separate of, A, Newman Albany, Ga.i; Lance courthouse. Friday recommends in his annual traveled to Washington D.C. for
4 driving while intoxicated and report to the Council the HEW officials :
"trial" before
Cpl. Donald Newman Camp Le- a
The meeting which +
t was requested -
the of accident
leaving fcene an jeune, N.C.; Michael Newman, purchase of an engine which will HEW objections to Bradford compliance -
by attorneys representing
Hampton l where there was property dam- Swlckley, Pa.; and Jerry, Robert lakefront property owners In- add about 2,000 Kilowatts to the plan were withdrawn after
was found not guilty on
City ReadyTo age ; !; that and local officials
Richard Newman
either charge. Timmy, and the tri-lake area, will be attended (Continued! on Page Pour)
Claude Herbert Chambers all of Starke; five sisters, by J.L. Gelmmi, track thought all was well.
Couple guilty of failure to surrenderhis Mrs. Rebecca Wells, Keystone supervisor of the Southern Rail But that decision was reviewed }
Heights; Mrs. Linda Sellers, by a different HEW examiner ";
way system. Hall
driver's license, registration New City
ChargedIn Roy, Utah; and Martha, Beverly, the county subsequently notified
NegotiatePole and tag, was fined $101 or and Jacqueline !Newman: all of In a letter to County CommIs- its compliance status was in ':
30 days, and his driver's license Starke. Also surviving is his sion Clerk Inman Green, Lind Drawing ShownAn question. Bradford school officials ;

Theft suspended. grandmother, Mrs. Martha Row- ner Smith Jr., of Bruce, Smith have never understood just
Alvin Robinson, alias Duddy Jacksonville law firm the Is out of
sey, Alexandria, Va. & Proctor, where county com-
Roberson, was found guilty of artist's concept of a new
Commissionersto Since action
Funeral services set for Invited Bradford pliance, however. no
William A. (Billy) Saxon and voluntary intoxication, fined $25 2 Thursday in the DeWittC. attend the meeting. $200,000 Starke city hall was has been taken by HEW the
his wife Kathy, young Hampton ChargeThe and cost, or 10 days in jail. p.m.Jones Chapel followed full presented to the City Councilby School Board and Supt. Casey
couple, were arrested Tuesday The charge of removal of pro- military rites at, the graveside by Some residents of the lake area Architect Don Morgan Tues- have not attempted to determine

afternoon on charges of forgery, perty under Hen against RobertM. in Crosby Lake Cemetery. Services contend that drainage of Sampson day night. exactly where the county; Is out
following theft of a check-wri- Brannen, was dismissed before Lake In flood time is hin- The city; fathers listened to of compliance.
ting machine and a company check per month) surcharge placed on city telephonerates the term of the court. Syl Army were Chaplain. by a dered by culverts under the the Morgan explanation appar- But Thursday night, Supt Casey -
book from Trlest Construction vester Williams plead guilty to Southern Hallway track at Sampson ently liking what they saw, but said
last :
week has quickly brought the Starke
Co. at Keystone Heights on Ap- City assault and battery before his City. At their present level took no further action. Councilman "As of September I, 1970 with
ril 24. Council to the negotiating; table. trial, paid costs of $36 and restitution these residents say, the cul- Jimmy Bowen, who asked our status of not full compli-

Mrs. Saxon was arrested at "\\'e don't want city re.-idents to have to pay this," made. The assault and Free Fill"I've Morgan to appear at the meetIng ance we will be In a positionto

her home in Hampton about 6 Cmim-il! Chairman Jimmy :MrRae said Tuesday night. battery case against Kenneth verts dam are which, In effect creatinga the full said he wanted the Councilto have a suit brought by the
Johns has been dismissed, as prevents see the drawing, but did not
farmer who Justice the
p.m., and Saxon was apprehended got a Department under
"We don't want city residentsto flow of water from Sampson Lake
Gerald Williams, local phone he entered service. want to go further Tuesday night.
his to road out 14th amendment the 1964 Civil
shortly afterward on way wants us ret our to -
Into Sampson River which
have to this, Council stated Four emp- "
pay has
scheduled "It
company executive cases are for looks great, commented "
home, Bradford County Deputy of his field, Lautcy Commissioner Rights Act.
Chairman said ties into Santa Fe River They
Jimmy McHae his firm is willingto Cases Chairman McRae of the
repeatedly Wednesday. against Itoy Jimmy
But said the HEW
Robert! Green said. Dave Shuford sla Supt. Casey
believe the culverts should be
Tuesday night. to "reasonable" pole Knight Kirchalne and 8,700 brickon
agree a Timothy ted. proposed two-story officials at the meeting could
Both were booked at the Brad- lowered.
lie asked Gerald Williams, rental. But he says $4.50 is too Wesley Delane Willingham block building. The architect give no answers to the counties'
later trans-
ford jail and
County Problem Is, Shuford explained
high. charged with malicious injury, said the proposed building would
Manager of Florida State Tele- problem.
ferred to Alachua County jail, Chairman McRae, in his Tues- and Timothy Kirchalne with pos- that county hauled Several months ago the Com- utilize every available foot of
phone Company's Starke office "Those ISO men were as frus-
where they are being held under mission wrote the railroad
day night statement, said the session of alcoholic beverageby in filled dirt on a road next com- the present city hall site. "
to of the trated human be
said contact an official as beings can ,
$5,000 bond each. Green that the matter of
phone company to talk with the majority of the council is will- a minor, were dismissed from to Ed Starling' strawberry pany asking "How does the city propose to the superintendent said. "I don't
that warrants had been issuedon the docket when each field washed Into the field adequacy and placement of the for this Mrs. Claire
entire council. ing to negotiate the pole charge, they pleaded pay Cappsasked" know why they HEW) always
only one count each so far, culverts be studied with a view
but Is not willing to lowerOontlnu.d guilty.; Judge Yawn ordereda during the recent floods. !
"We will negotiate, but until go send young men instead of ones
but that wouldbe
charge of
a separate toward Improving drainage "
in "We said It looks
presentence Investigation great, "
from tele- with
we get a person the the 'title'.
made later on each ( on Page Four) each it removed. the area. Chairman McRae
case. Starling wants replied.
forged. phone company to tell us what Casey said the steps to be
the company will or won't do..." taken are up to the School Board.
Around 15 checks have turnedup Repeating that he Is certainhis The county's Master Plan for
so far at the Keystone State firm will negotiate the $4.50 COMMISSION NOTES AGAIN Education meets all HEW requirements

Bank. Each is In the amount pole rental charge placed by the Casey said he had
of $73.28 and made payable to city last !November; Williams been assured.

"Marianne Snellgrove. The agreed to "contact who need to School Board Chairman H.A.
checks were endorsed in this be made aware" of the city's; HeavyCiting Trucks Damaging Roadspartment Lawson and Board Attorney
same name and most of them offer. George Pierce accompanied Casey -

Continued Page Pour) Williams asked \lcHaewould: to the meeting In Jackson-
( on
appoint a committee to talk with

-- the phone company. The chair- a need to maintain Brad- of ransportation 1 has wheel trucks CommissionerDave In other action, the Commis- ricer said the !Nursing: Council, ville.School
a -I man, however, said the pole ford's secondary paved roadsin stated Hamilton said, that weight Shuford said. "Now!; we sion: organized in 1964 as the secondIn Budget
r rental and resulting surchargeby good condition, the County; limits could be placed on Bradford have trailers. If it's not stopped -Traveled south of Hampton the state, cares for ill per-
: rht the phone company is a mat- Commission again Monday dis- roads at the request of the we'll have tandem trailers on Monday afternoon to look at a sons who have no place in a Info Session
ter the entire council should con- cussed damage being done by Commission. But the signs would them." request by two residents Oscar hospital, hires health aides, and

sider. heavy trucks. make all trucks liable, Hamilton !Norman; said he was ready Estes Jr. and Robert Dar- operates a loan closet for med-

Chairman McKae brought the Commissioner J.M. (Buck) said. Monday to vote weight restrictions rah, to have a road graded to ical equipment. The Nursing Set TonightSecond

surcharge up himself at the beginning !Norman: brought the subject up Norman stated he thinks the But Chairman Xedra Hamilton their property. Council provides an invaluable
in series of four
of the meeting. Amonghis Monday, suggesting placing trucks can be classed to take held off the vote. The mat- Signed a resolution presented service to the health department.Dr. a
Information sessions the 19 ro-
'Iotun Grier remarks, the chairman said: weight restrictions on trucks. care of the exceptions.One ter was turned over to board by Dr. A,'V, Covington which Covington said, and some on
I II "If we have to go to court, we Limerock trucks were cited as road cited as becomingtorn members Dave Shuford and Ralph authorizes the Bradford County means had to be found to keep 71 school budget Is set tonight
(Thursday, 7)) at 8 In 1i
I FISH FRY I ISaturday will. some of the hardest vehicleson up by the heavy trafficis Bryan to Investigate. Bryan said Health Department tocollectfeesfor the organization operating.The the Bradford May Middle School.p.m.
The seven cent per month sur- the secondary roads not built SR-225 between Lawtey and the trucking companies mightbe home nursing care by the resolution was necessary,
will be the
I charge appeared on city sub- SR-16 at Kingsley Lake. contacted and asked to co- Public Health Nursing; Advisory the doctor said, to satisfy the Expenditures again
for such heavy vehicles,but chicken
23 scribers' bills which major topic to be discussed by
May phone
with 10
feed trucks and pulpwood Feed hauling started operate. Council the county health of- state auditors.
From 6 P.M.: Till I reached them last week. That trucks also came in for their Was also told by Dr. Coving- Supt Connie Tom Clark Casey, and,other Supt.
charge, according to a letter
ton the the Ill)) is short of fundsto
Sponsored by I included with the bills, will pay share"It's of, reached blame. the point where Fire Protection Costs To Remain At 3tf Per Acre do an adquate job. The State dealt officials.primarily First meeting with an lastweek explan-
for a $906 charge the city has
Hoard of Health has asked to be
Hampton Elementary we've got to begin giving thoughtto
I II ation of the Minimum Foundation
made for the pole rental for the
caring for roads would have shifted from the Shaw supported 80 per cent by the state,
School PTA last two months in 1969. some we Bradford County's share of fire stateto board, stated. Program, Educational Improvement
but the current level Is closerto
have, !Norman; said. "We can'tbuild protection for its 133,000 acres the county the major respon- All Expenses and funds
three of the
Adults, $1 Starting in January, the phone new ones." of woodlands will apparentiy remain sibility for financing fire protection Sen. Rob county's legislators 30 per cent received under Titles 1-3 of the
I II Saunders and -Was told by Dr. Covington
I It will Increase Limerock trucks are taking .
Children,50e company says at three cents per acre, Elementary and Secondary Edu-
Rep. Ralph Tyre as well as that the IID has only $1 of
the surcharge to 25C per monthto short cuts through Bradford the County Commission learned The House Appropriations every cation Act.
''t Please come out and pay for $5,440 the city is County, !Norman; said, and the Monday Committee on April 23, how- mission Rep. Shaw of, their had notified the com-the $15 needed to pay medical bills The meetings are open to the
opposition to for indigents. !Nobody: receiving
I PTtI expected to bill the phone company county could at least keep heavy ever, included In its recommen- public. About 30 persons, mostly
support your for use of 1,209 poles during traffic off the roads. A bill filed in the current dations to the Legislature the measure. welfare payments is turned down teachers and principals, attended -

I ctIt : > I 1970.A Chairman Zedra Hamilton session of the Florida Legis- same state support three cents The Commission opposed the for free medical aid, Dr. Covington the first meeting last

willingness to negotiate lie( agreed the roads are taking a lature would have Increased the per acre, as in the past. That increase in a resolution mailed said, but other cases he has Thursday,
t !r J7 e (7ommuniIpII $4.50 pole rental was made by beating from the heavy trucks. county's share of the first pro- Information was conveyed to the April 1 15 to the three legislators.The to evaluate personally. Better understanding of financial

.14Janh I II the phone company in its let- But he pointed out that some tection costs by the Departmentof county In a letter from Starke resolution noted the state Funds are short now, the doctor resources of the schoolsand
I state ter to subscribers last week. exceptions will have to be made, Forestry from three centsto Rep. Gene Shaw to Chairman has been shifting the costs of said and he has 15 forms a picture of the overall needs

I L.d Up Should the city rescind the pole such as heavy chicken feed trucks 17 cents per acre, up 14 Zedra Hamilton. local government to the coun- requesting assistance on his of the county; school system are
T. (20.000 kr rental, the phone company saysIt going to farms cents. That would have run the "I assure you that I, and many ties when at the same time the desk, "I've prayed a little and the purposes .the meetings are
rdd. DwaN tr..w : will Immediately rescind the county's cost for fire protection others, do not intend placing counties have been placed under being held, according to Supt.
--- -- surcharge. Engineer JB. Ward of the De- from $3,990 to $23,010 and this additional burden on your a 10-mile tax limitation. (Continued on Page Four) Casey.

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a Junior Club Phyllis Haddock Duplicate Bridge

Of Interest To. Has Installation ComplimentedAt Winners ToldTom

And BanquetThe Bridal ShowerMiss Prescott and Jeff Wren-

WOMEN shall were the winning coupleat
Junior Woman's Club end- night
Bridge Tuesday
I Y, ed their club year with a ban- Phyllis Haddock,.bride- Duplicate tables in play.
quet and Installation of new officers elect of James B. Talley DI, with five Canova and Mike

*Gladys] 'Mooty: Phone 964-7608'* 'ft.,. -.,. ..._ ,J Saturday night at the club was honored at a miscellaneous Wager Miss were Norma second; Mrs. G.J.
house. shower Saturday afternoon given
McGriff Sr. and Mrs. Lox Green
by Mrs. David Canova and Mrs. and Mrs.
Mrs. Wallace Wise received were third; and Mr.
S.L. Peek Jr. at the home of
Methodist WSCS guests at the door, and punch the latter on N. Church street. Edward Wainwright were Club
served by Mrs. Elize San- The Duplicate
1 '1 was Mrs. Peek greeted guests at at
Gives Tea HonoringNew ders and Mrs. Paul I<1sl1. 'I'hedining the door and presented them to meets every Tuesday Pratt night Street
tables were covered with 7:45: p.m. In the
the receiving composed
MembersThe and Is
Recreation Center,
gold and green cloths and cen-
Mrs. Canova, the honoree, her
tered by pink candles and pink mother, Mrs. C.S. Haddock, and the public.

Methodist WSCS gave a Mrs. James B. Talley Jr., mother
tea Tuesday morning in Fellow- carnations. Favors and programswere of the bridegroom-elect. Garden Club
'JJ ) { ship Hall following the general placed at each place set- A yellow and white color
6; y meeting honoring the society's; ting. The head table, where the scheme was carried out in the Sets Installation
r new members. 4r officers were seated, was cen- decorations. The tea table was
Mrs. Robert Green, member- tered with an arrangement of cloth
covered with a lace over Starke Garden Club met
/ # ship chairman, assisted by Mrs. pink carnations flanked by pink yellow taffeta and centered with The afternoon of last weekat
r4'4 Monday
H.M. Rlcharde, Mrs. J.T. Car- tapers. of lilies In
1R 4 an arrangement day the home of Mrs. Lundy Pra-
to ver and Mrs. George Hugglns colors ranging from yellow to
had Charge of arrangements.The t Mrs. Sanders gave the invo- bronze. Other arrangements In ter.
+wa tea table, covered with r cation, and Introductions were Mrs. A. Russell Norman gavea
the party rooms were composedof
J' ;
'' aSr white linen cloth, was center M made by the president, Mrs. day lilies, roses and QueenAnnes's program on corsages. Mrs.
made a report on
t Bill Jessie Young
with an arrangement of sprlr Chambers. Thirteen past
lace. The gift table held
convention held at Day-
presidents of the club the state
flowers. Pouring punch durln oak
an arrangement Beach. The club Is In the
the ton
the appointed hour Mrs, banquet.
was hydrangea and yellow day lilies. of promoting "anti-Ut
Andrew J. Eaves, president of process
the local society.; Honors and awards were pre- The hostesses presented cor- ter" week.
sented to outstanding club mem- The June meeting will be a
Corsages were presented to sages to Miss Haddock, Mrs
bers. Mrs. Linda Kay Johns was covered dish supper and install-
the seven new members: Mrs. Haddock and Mrs. Talley. Miss
Rex Anderson, Mrs. Garetr first Lady of the Honor Court. Haddock also received an elec- ation of officers. The meetingwill

Cadle Family GatheringMr. Jones, Mrs. Robert Stover, Mrr The most coveted club award, tric perculator from her hostesses also honor charter mem-
"Club Woman of the Year," was bers and past presidents.
II.W. Townsend, Mrs. CharUDlnktns 4 a as a memento of the
and ]Mrs Warre/i Cadle. of Sl.-irke./: are pictured Mrs. Earl Jones ai --v h a presented to Mrs. Harry Gruen. occasion. -

with their family regent rather'n; ''n honor of Mrs. J.H. Moseley. Mrs. Eaves Assisting In serving were Mrs.
a r Mrs. Justin Montgomery, dis-
L.A. Canova Mrs. Ca- Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warrenof
was also presented a corsage. Evelyn Clare McMahon Becomes Bride George
Mrs. Cadle's mothe-, the late Mrs.! Charity Henley. Preceding the regular business trict four director Installed the nova and Miss Katharine Peekof Waycross Ga. were home

meeting, Mrs. DeWitt Farabeeand Of Richard F. Hood in Charlotte. N. C. following officers: Mrs. James Starke, and Mrs. Terry WaIters for the weekend and brought back
Mrs. Eston Jordan, who had Lawson, president; Mrs.Kenneth and Miss Brenda Quinn of Mrs. J.S. Sapp who had been

Mary Bellinger Vicki Putman charge of the program, presented Miss Evelyn Clare McMahon, Navy. He Is now stationed aboard Fuqua, flrstvice-presldentMrs.; Gainesville.Mr. their visitor the past two weeks.

Honored at Shower a "Skit on Nominations." daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Gil Us the U.S.S. Canlsteo in Ports- J.C. Dukes, second vicepresident
Honored at ShowerMiss Those mouth, Va, and has recently returned Mrs. Vergie Flynn went to Mobile -
taking part were Mrs. McMahon of Charlotte, N.C., ; Mrs. John Bradley, secre- and Mrs. T.H. Slade Sr.
H.C. Bitch, Mrs. Charles Saw- and Richard Frederick Hood,son from a seven month cruise tary Mrs. Linda Kay Johns attended the McMahon-Hood wed- Ala. Friday to Tuesday of
Mary Bollinger, bride- Miss Vickie Putnam bride- In the Medlterannean. The bride ; last week to take her sister
yer, Mrs. Albert L. Crosby, of Mr and Mrs. William Wells ,
treasurer and Mrs. V.J. Speng- ding on Saturday in Charlotte
elect of May 28, was honoredat elect, was honored at a linen Mrs. J.T. Carver, Mrs. Helen Hood of KIngsley Lake were united and groom will reside in Virginia ler, sponsor.; N.C. Mrs. Viola Lee, home after six

a bridal shower Tuesday nightin shower Wednesday night, Apr. Chesser, Mrs. George Muggins. in marriage_ Saturday, May Beach, Va. weeks visit.
the Pine Level Baptist Church 29, given by Misses Pat Underhill Mrs. E.L. Matthews, Mrs.Eavesand 2, at 3 o'clock in the afternoonin
education building given by Mrs. Sylvia Freeman, and Jan Mrs. Ralph Diggs. St. Patrick's Catholic Church,
J.G. Jackson, Mrs. Paul Faulkner Mobley at the home of the Charlotte, N.C. Father Gregory ,.Iwwa111w.ay,
Mrs. Mark Moody, Mrs. latter. Catholic Women
Thomas of Winona,Ontario, Can-
Roscoe Bullington, Mrs. Wayne
The refreshment table was Attend Annual ada, a cousin of the birde and
Farr, Mrs. Alvin Farr, Mrs.
covered with a lace cloth and Father Richard Allen, pastor of
Bob Myrick and Mrs.Fate Brown. centered with sliver candlehol- Diocesan CouncilThe St. Patrick's Church, performedthe \1
An and white color
aqua ders and a bridal umbrella. nuptials.
scheme was carried out In the '
Guests enjoyed and Fortieth Annual Conven-
games refreshments The bride was given In mar-
party; decorations and floral ar between the hoursof tion of the Diocesan
St. Augustine riage by her uncle, Jerry E.
rangements. The refreshment table 7:30: and 9 p.m. Council of Catholic Womenwas Reid. She was attired In a for-

was covered with a white held April 27.29 at Gulf mal gown of white silk peau de rS ,
cutwork cloth and centered with
The hostesses presented the Breeze on Pensacola Bay. sole. The bodice and sleeves were
an arrangement of aqua and white honoree with an electric can The program was carried out of Alencon lace with the lace S S\\ r a
spring flowers flanked by aqua opener as a memento of the In a spiritual and patriotic man- running down the front of the
candles In sliver holders.
Games were played during the occasion. ner in line with the theme, long full skirt. Her long veil
"Faithful To God And Country" fell from a Camelot cap and tit
hours and
appointed prizes a-
warded. May BreakfastMembers Mrs. Joseph Glssy installed was trimmed with the same Alen-

The hostesses presented the the officers at the closing ban con lace. She carried a cascade

honoree with a hand mixer as of the Starke Wo- quet, attended by over 200 ladies bouquet of lilies of the valley, r FOR MOM ate"
a memento of the occasion. man's Club are asked to make and clergy at which Bishop stephanotis and tube roses.
reservations for the May Break- Paul Tanner was an honored Attending the bride were her

Mr. and fast to be held Saturday, May 16, guest. sister, Mrs. Charles Atwell,ma-
Mrs. M. A. Bald-
Also St. Ed- tron of honor James Gre-
representing Mrs.
win Jr. spent the weekend with at 12 noon, by contacting Mrs.
Olin White, 964-6757 or 964- ward's Altar Society; were Mrs. gory, Mrs. Charles Pless, Miss
their daughter, Ginger, at Tilt 5794 by Wednesday, May 13. Lester Humphries,Mrs. R. Rich- Valery Wrenn and Miss Cynthia
College, Forsyth, Ga. ards and Mrs. Francis Meng. Dlmmette, serving as brides- SPECTACULAR SPECIAL PURCHASE!

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The 11 members for 1970-
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88 2
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Mrs. J.H. Fields and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kaspar Duncanof Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shimerof
erbert Green visited and Miss Budd of Jackson-
Mr. Patty : West Point, Ca. were here St. Augustine announce the
rs. Robert Tanner In Baldwin ville was Friday overnight guestof for the weekend to visit Mrs. adoption of a daughter. Leigh
I Sunday. Miss Betsy Matthews. K.G. Duncan In Bradford County Anne born April 27, Maternal the
Hospital. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. competition
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Paul Umsteadof ; Foster Shi Smith of Starke.
id as visitors. Sgt. and Mrs. Sarasota spent the past two ,
Mark Mack and son of Lake weeks with their son-in-law and Miss Mary Bollinger of Mobile Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mar-
lly; last Thursday evening and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ala. is spending this week tin of Tallahassee announce the
rs. Esma Yongue and Mrs. Rardon. with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. birth of a son, James Royce
helma Dean of Fairfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Casey of H.G. Bollinger. Jr.. born May 3.Maternal grand-
rs. Kate Strickland of Ocala Fort Myers were visiting Mr. parents are Mr. and Mrs. J.H.
Saturday. and Mrs. T.L. Casey over the Mr. and Mrs. LC. Early of Dennis of Starke.
weekend. Anna Ill. are spending this week
Attending the wedding of Ben- with their son-in-law and daughter Bradford County; Hospital announces -
.e George Williams to Suzanne Mrs. Frank Weaver of Willis- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves. the following births:
ukes in the Cresthill Baptist ton was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
hurch Savannah Ga. last Sat.-. W.T. Jackson Sr. over the week- Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith Mr. and Mrs. Ted Eugene Wa-
.rday afternoon were Mr. and end. Mrs. Jackson and Mrs.Wea- and Mrs. Walla Lipsey visited the ters, Lake Butler a daughter
rs. Mack L. Williams and sons, ver visited their parents Mr.and Smith's son-in-law and daugh- Lisa Regina April 28.
rank and Richard, Mrs. Harold Mrs. A.G. Loudon Sr.. In Key- ter Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shi-
odwin and children of Starke stone Heights on Saturday.Mrs. mer and baby daughter in St. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Par-
xl Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Augustine on Sunday. dee, Keystone Heights a son,
illlams of Gainesville George Kopelousos Is a Marshall Gregory May 2.
medical patient in St. Vincent't Al Harley and sons of Mer-
W.B. McKinney violinist, ac- Hospital.Mr. ritt Island and Mrs. Martha Mil- Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Cavanaugh
jmpanled by Mrs. Mona Cano- ey of Jacksonville Beach were m, of Tallahassee announce the
I. played four selections Sun- and Mrs. W.O Lambert weekend visitors of Mrs. Lonnie birth of a daughter Lisa
ly afternoon at the Florida Folk of Newport and Miss Anne Lam- Harley. Michelle, April 28. Mrs. Cavan- I
esttval. White Springs. He was bert of Orange Park spent the naugh is the former Patricia
ivited to return next year. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Gilbert of Morgan of Starke.
Greene. Orlando and Mr. and Mrs.James
Barron of Starke were Sunday -- S- S e e e J
The freshman class of St, Vln- RUMMAGE SALEAt the Church luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs.
ent's School of Nursing,of which of God 412 St. Clair St.- Friday R.V. Turner at the State Farm. HAMPTON SCHOOL
llss Judy Whitehead is a mem- May 8, 8 a.m.- 6 p.m. PTA FISH FRY
er, held their annual picnic Mrs. M.F. Brown returned last SET FOR MAY 21
!aturday at the home of Mr. Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whlffen Friday after three weeks visit
nd with Col. and Mrs. J.W. McNeerin
Mrs. C.R. Whitehead on Elementary
attended the Florida Optometric The Hampton
ingsley Lake. Thirty studentsnd Convention In Miami Beach Wed. St. Petersburg. The McNeers School PTA will sponsor a fish
several mothers enjoyed the nesday to Sunday. Mrs. Whlffen brought Mrs. Brown home and fry at the school Saturday May e ,4
remained for the weekend.
ccasion. was reelected as treasurer for 23, starting at 6 p.m. and con-
the Optometric Women's Auxli- tinuing until everyone Is served.
Mrs. Fate Brown, Mrs. Ruth ary for the next two years. Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthewswere The charge will be $1 for a-
razier and Miss Madge Mid- last Friday night guests dults and 50i< for children, with
leton attended the Alpha Delta R.L. Spengler of St. AugustineIs of Mrs. H.B. McLendon In Orlando the menu to Include fried mullet -
appa State Day at Silver Springs baked beans cole slaw hush-
spending this week with Lt. and attended the Coulter-
n Saturday. Col. and Mrs.V.J.Spengler while Morris wedding at the First United puppies, and beverage. Desserts
Mrs. R.L. Spengler Is in Brad- Methodist Church In Lake will also be on sale.
Mr. and Mrs. E.P Boland and ford County visItors Mrs. Joyce Collins PTA president -
; Hospital.Sunday Wales on Saturday night.M.
imlly of Athens
Ga. will
spend were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- says: "Hampton school
ic weekend with her mother. liam Spengler of St. Augustine. Murry McRae has returned hopes for a big turnout as our
Irs. II.L.
Spcer. from the Jacksonville NAS Hos- funds are getting low and we
pital where he was confined for need financial support for our
several weeks following a heart PTA projects. We promise each DUSTERI960
attack. Their son, A. Murry Mc- person, child or adult a meal
Rae of FSU was home for the fit for a king, and we ask your
weekend.Mr. support as that Is the only way
Rekwith we can ever achieve our goals."
and Mrs. Huston McClane Tickets may be purchased In
of Green Bay Wis. spent the advance if desired. Call 468-
past week with Mr. and Mrs. 1212 or 468-1475.
George Flynn Sr.
a e e S S 0 0 a

e Mrs. Kate Sheppard spent the Local admittances to Bradford
c DressesMany weekend with relatives in Fort County; Hospital this week Include FORD 1962 FALCON
White. : Mrs. Marie Dent Cry-
stal Lake; Mrs. Sitar Gunter,
Byron Terwillegar of the Col- Mrs. Margaret Duncan, Mrs.Sal- 2 Door Hard Top Skyliner, 6 Cylinder, Standard Trans.
lege of Charleston will be home ly Crawford Mrs. Leona Bryant V-8 Engine Automatic Trans $165 $99$
for the weekend. Mrs. Daisy Stewart, Clar- mission. mission, Transportation.
sizes, ence lagan I and Mrs. Margaret
Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen had Learn, Starke; Mrs. Gladys L,
colors and as Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, Sheila Norman and Mrs.
O.G. Strayhorn of Wildwood Mr. Rachel Griff, Lawtey; Mrs.Alice 1965 FORD LTD 'LTD ._
and Mrs. Purvis Hazen of Ocala. Meriwe\her and Mrs. RuthL. 1966 FORD
patternsSports and Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Hazen Shockey Keystone Heights; .j+
of Gainesville.Mr. Denise Cogglns, Halford; and 1 Door Hard Top, V-S. Automatic
r V-8
4 Door (Hard Top, ,
/ James F. Alday, Lake Butler, Transmission, Power
and Mrs. Charles Sawyerand Transmission Power
I Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts Mr. and Mrs. David Eddings Steering and Drakes Condition., Power $1195 Steering and Ilrakes. Black $1595 1 .

, Jr. attended the Potato and Mr. and Mrs. David Hodges Windows, Air Vinyl Top, Power Windows, '
Ball in Hastings on Saturday were weekend guests of Mr. and Air Condition.
I z Wear night.Miss Mrs. Mike Decanlo In Cocoa,
dI They went surf fishing on Saturday
Evelyn Sinclair and .
I that would make any guests, Miss Diane Watson, of 1963 FORD 1965 GTO
Woodbury Ga. and Miss Kears- Dave Long of Orlando was last
mother love you all ley Lanford of Thomasville, Ga. Friday overnight guest of his
spent the weekend with Evelyn's parents, Col.and Mrs.T.T. Long. 4 Door Sedan, V-8, Automatic V-8, 2-loor) Hard Top New:
the more.Lingerie. mother, Mrs. ClydeSinclair.The Transmission! Power Steer $395 ::1\ Speed Transmission.: $$1 095
three girls are students at Mer- S/l Mike Smith returned to San ing.
cer University.; Francisco, Calif. Monday after
two weeks leave.

il to take care of Mother'sspring

l and summer EDWARD'S. Starke: COUNTY TELEGRAPH 4 Door Sedan, V-8, Automatic Station WaRon/ V-8 Aut
r needs. Sunday 9:13: a.m.Thursday Mass. 8 a.m. and' Published every Thursday Transmission Power Steer- $1 1 595 malic Transmission. Air $$1795
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M Or Heavy Trucks Damage Roads 1 Mayor'*

Present firm capacity 5,728.. March demand For ShopliftingTwo
(Continued From Page One) ; exceeded me previous With
according to Friday's project- year by $50 KW. he said. Forgery (Continued From Page One) of Jurymen next year because Johnnie May
plant's present capacity.; That Ions, is expected to be exceededin "The way you're going now, some .now are being chosen Negro girls both
would make the firm capacity; September next year. you'll be In trouble before Sep- i iI ir figured a little and I still don't for both circuit and county; Covington and Lillian Burch,
which the plant could produce with Last month's peak demand was tember," the engineer told the (Continued From Page One) know what to do." The countycan ; court trial duty; when both courts 19. were sentenced on Court shoplifting Tues-
the largest unit down, 7,478 KW 4,400 KW. compared to 3,600 city; fathers. provide only 11 days of hospital are In session at the same time. .charges in Mayor's
and the peak capacity; ,with every- KW the last two years. Priday Peak demand of the plant In passed at various food storesin care per month, he said. day night.
told the council Tuesday night.SCOTT'S Gainesville. Four were passedat -Noted but took action Mon- immed-
thing operating, 9,478 KW. 1969 was 5,075 KW, accordingto -Discussed but set no Both were given a choice of
Jacksonville stores. day on a notice from the Lafayette iate plans for major repairs to serving five days in Jail or paying
the engineering report; In 1968 Ernest Trlest owner of the County Commission that the Sampson Lake Trussel Road. $36 fines.
peak demand was 4,525 KW, in construction company, said that Legislation has been Introducedto What is needed to fix the roadis
1967 It was 3950. KW; 1966 if all checks in the stolen book amend the new state Con- about 2,000 cubic yards of The girls were arrested Sat-
3.700 KW. and 1965, 3,450 KW. were used in the same amountof stitution so that no county; can fill, Road Foreman R.E. Jones urday at Winn-Dixie in Starke
Friday was questioned Tues- $73.28, the forgery "take" be abolished or merged with noted. But the Commission declined Plaza.
day night by Councilman Nell could run around 35000. It Is another county; without a vote to pull the road crew off Tom LIndsey, Jr.. 20yearold -
Tucker who said he is opposedto not known, however, how many of the people In the counties other Jobs for that project. Negro, was sentenced to 45
Mobile Home Sales another bond Issue without checks were actually used before Involved. The road crew has been involvedfor days In jail for contempt of
placing it on the ballot. Tucker the forgers slowed down Commissioner Ralph Bryan a week In filling the courthouse court, petit larceny and resist-
also questioned that a new engine their activity, sensing that they noted that all three county; leg- grounds in preparation for ing arrest.
may not be the only solu- were being trailed. islators are committed to sup- landscaping.The Robert Bennett, 29, Negro was
tion to the city's; need for addItional the 30 a charge of
Green said the check book had port amendment to Article given days on
power in 1971. He said the 1 of the Constitution concealed .
J been burned but that fragmentsof new and that carrying weapons.All
ys'r Sampson road passable
present seven per cent interest it were recovered. Investigating the measure had been adoptedby other cases heard Tues-
Foreman Jones noted but is so
rates added to the city; present officers were also told by the State Association of County rough the bottom of cars hit day night were routine trafficor
indebtedness may overburden the the Saxons where the check wri- ; Commissioners. in public Intoxication charges.
the road
some places.
city.An: ; ting machine was thrown, but it -Decided to make two venires -
TilE SHINY LOOK Vinyl. -
tie with Florida
emergency -
had not been recovered by Wed- -
Power & Light using a portable coated cotton interprets the
nesday afternoon.
important longuette look in
substation would be one solution Trlest said his building was any-weather gear. By Addenda
Tucker .
entered by forcing the lock on the contemporary outfit BEST ?
advocated seeking the a rear door. Nothing in the buildIng features a stylish battle jacket WANT THE
emergency electrical tie with was taken except the check belted on either side to snug
FPL for four or five years while book and machine, he said. the waist.
the city: ; accumulates cash to Deputies in three counties--
purchase a larger unit. Bradford Alachua and Clay-- Years and Years of Carefree Service with
Friday answered that a tie worked on the investigation. To Talk On
with an electrical firm would
& SLASH probably cost about as much as
a new engine. Lines to the city; Pole Charge the Oldest Name in Quality
would have to be sized just like
LIVING COSTS an engine size has to be determined -
he said. The bigger the
4 line the more the tie would cost. (Continued From Page One)
Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now
Agreeing larger units are the
V and SAVE! way to produce power more efficiently R mmffi A pole charge agreement between -
Friday also pointed to Clay Electric Cooperativeand
Our Low OverhepH Mean Savings For You! the larger investment would ., {;:} phone company is presentlyat
have to be made. It would be 4 280. Williams his firm
Phone 964.6657 U. S. 301 North says
financially unsound he said, for Jr is satisfied with that but notes
ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET t the city; ,of Starke to purchasea "Engineers are trying to that the electric company also
5,000 KW unit and have 50 build a car that will stop does maintenance of the poles CHOOSE FROM ALL MODELS AND SIZES IN
STAR&! per cent of its capacity; unused smoking-I'd like to find one used and maintains proper safety -
llllti as for years because of a lack that will stop drinking." ; conditions. That Is somethingthe STOCK AND READY TO BE ,INSTALLED
of demand
city; has never done. Heightof
- --
the city; poles in some cases
Is not sufficient it has been noted -
In previous discussion.The .
pole rental was startedby -.t ; : ,

Service iately the after city Commission; last the October Florida granted Immed-Public the S.000BTU99.95 l L. L J Jj JJ7,000 __-_ -..:

Continental Telephone System,
of which Florida State Telephone -
BTU- $162.95 :
Company Is a subsidiary was
granted a 30 per cent rate in-
crease. Two-party; residential
phones, for Instance went from 9,000 BTU-$208.95 rill
$4.80 per month to $6.75; one-
party; residential phones went
from $5.80 to $7.50. 12,500 BTU-$252.95 -il li
The city; on Feb. 18 billed the
phone company a pole rental, .
Vaize2 based on the$4.50 rate, for No-
a4"7Iie ____has beautiful sportswearfor vember and December of 1969
but the phone company has not
all occasions. So appropriate for Mother's Day. We paid the bill.
Paul Carter, who arrived at

have a large selection of gifts specially suited for the the negotiate meeting after had been the made agreementto was 19,000 BTU .only. $27995

I Mother in the only city; resident to speakon
ly your family. the issue.
"It seems pretty; unfair for
the people of Starke to have to
pay the phone company to use
'c our poles" he said. "If they're CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONINGBy
MJ going to play it like that tell
the, to take their lines off the
That wouldn't do any good
Councilman P.T. Nolin replied,
the phone company would simply
t pass the cost of new lines to
\ the people. Carter noted that the peopleof
abti Starke "pay through the nose
I 1 for phones."

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RECREATION NEWSWeight Women' League will play one lavern and Alma Outlaw

night a week each Friday(
Watcher Club Baste program lasts ** long this season Arfm'rslon Is free.
Beginning Monday night as 'the member -wishes. TheWis SCHEDULE: To Attend Torch Club ConventionIn

May 11. at 7 p.m., at the Pratt no obligation or contract to Florist Friday vs May Norman's 8-7:30: Colonial Farm: : Hollywood Beach, Fla., Week of

Street Center the Weight continue.Girl Softballen 9 Hurst Shell vs Koch's
p.m. May 11.
Watchers will meet to form a "
To Begin Flay: Drugs s v f ?
program for the .Stbrke area. 4Y
RecreationSoftball Bantam Teams
The 1970 Woman's
The Weight program
: league will get underway Ready For Opening
consisting cf a carefullY -
planned eating program andregular :! Friday, May 6. at West The Bantam Baseball League
Side Park. Is all set for Opening Day.
Attendance at weeklY
classes" Is designed to enable Four teams are competing Inhe Saturday, May 9, with 63 boys a tIq
the overweight person" to ( league! : Norman'a Farm. ready to play 'baseball.!
Shell Games will be played atPratt
Colon Florist, Hurst
reach a realistic weight goal
Street F' ld. with Coca
Service and Kpch'a DrugStore
and maintain: that :weight loss.
Cola meeting Police Dept li
Only requirement Is that a
Friday !night action will MO the opener at 6:30: pm. and
person have at least 10 poundsto
lose. old rivals from the pa*. Colonial -' BPOE taking on Southern Discount
Florist and, Norman'sFarm In the nightcap at 8
Fee for the first class Is $5
th Admt,s+on is free.
which Includes registration.The : opening the season'W p.m.
, : ] the first game at 7:30: pjn. At SCHEDULESat.
classes are $2 a wee:
there af 9:00: Hurst Shell will take on ., May 96:30: Coke,1

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three Sonfh-idoi F.lenlt'ntafifth graders hav earned
I would like to thank
ti. t'a. the President's' for physical fitness given by the President my many
Council for physical: fitness.:\ friends and policyholders for

) Mary's Little Lamb? They are ((1-r) Quinell Prei'\' ky. cHnjrhter: of Mrs. Edna Pressley: making it possible for me to I I
Wanda Hudson, daughter. of Airs.: [
Mary Lee Green and Cindy Mitchell\
daughter of Mrs L. K. !Mitchell To win the President's Award :a qualify for Liberty, National Life

1 :student must score almve t the S5? percentile against all the other students Insurance Company's Torch /I

Mary had a little lamb. of their age in t hnitl'd( States. Club for the 3rd consecutivetime.
:' The girls: did! :'"it ups. xoftball, throws, 50-yard dash, 600- 'd. run,
Its fleece was white as snow standing broad jump and d1'-yard! shuttle relay. They were graded on .

'J But Mary has a boyfriend now I coordination, agility__ strength_( and flexibility.Police .

And the lamb has to go., 8:00: BPOE vs S. Dis ry Brunei\ 's :.i-for-4( \ Jnced thewinners.

count. David They all went to the Jeweler Monday May 11- ::30() Pollco 3-torA for e the Profs. )
,f vs BPOE. I Looked Them All Over
The trio on parade Tuesday: May 12 6:30: So. April 30 Results!
> The jeweler showed a diamond Discount vs Coke Wlnn Dixie 21 Stat ke Utilities
!Men's Softball: 4Winn
And took the lamb for trade April 28 Results! Dixie scored 10 runs
Very Carefully
Madison St. Baptist Church in Die top half of the first .
Everybodys happy but thejeweler's 3, Lawtey 2. innhi"! and coasted to a 21-4
Madison St. Baptist Church wallop of Sttirkp Utilities .
in a jam; and Lawtey Recreitlon locked The City team was never In
Now he's stuck for evermore (up In a real(\ pitchers: battl" the game and was shut out
The game: took less than nn u'UU the final inning and
With Mary's little lamb. hour to p'ay ns'! only five could only collect five ,base
runs were cord anti:! n total: hits '0111' of there <:.:mlng in
Here comes the commercial of 12 hits 'rrorcI: by both the final inning.
'teams. Th" Bint'sts went! out The grocery team, on the
: and I am sure you will agree In frint 1-0 in the let t Inniticr. other hand had 19 base hi ta
Lawtey tied! It nt one-nil!! in the wlh; Henry Tomlinson leadingthe
After you compare my prices Feconi: nnd took a 2-1 lead in way with fur hits in as
you will want to deal with me. the! third Mnr'lson St; the- many at bats Lloyd! Allen was
came up u-'fh'! two runs In th' 3-for-fl.
If you need a caret DiamondOr sixth inning to win the game Cunningham Gulf 17 Madlfon *t-
3-2. St. 7.Cunningham.
a three or a marquise Tom Tallev had( 'two of the Gulf moved its
bracelet winner six hits, while Robert Tcrol'dn: 5-1 1 wUh a sound;
Or a Diamond pin or Soitt dirt the same for Lawtcy.' thrashing of Madison St, Baptist e i

Try a memo out from me. Recreation Rebel 19 The Church r
Profs 13: Thp! Cult: team, d j2trmln t 4
If want a good selection The second! game or the to keep ilic( pressure! on the
you evening! was qul'' a different Rebel tram: until their .May 21
Any quanity at all. k'nd of ball game This one meeting, h't' the ball extremelf
in 'took close to two hours and well lall1thc Church te4m", 1
Just p one me or come 'witnessed 'many hit', runs & ors eVidenced by their 19 base

and Y.''o\twill never loose, errors. ,,' :
I n -nt JJnuJuwitJtii- '* & <> > Fortunately for the \mflc-'! ThoM Churrh:: t team a mucH c'
I've served thousand people fented R"belll, "they had mores! improved< l hall chub: played 4 His ,
\' .... "t' a hits and runs ,and less errors ,sood Rime: but when a team
from Starke to New York. than the Profs. The Rebels collected is hltt tie: :as Cunningham was,
22 hits, the Profs had lost aR.ilnCunnnifliam I! '
Maybe we can get together! 1.). came up with '

Through "Marys Little; Lamb" The league! leaders scored ffeven runs hi the bottom of 4 S ,
five In the first inning! me In the first inn 'lJ{ and led 71. .
By BETTY PACE 'the second, three in the third, Madison St. scored one In tv
three in the fourth one in thr first two ilthe\ ( second, and 1 .btu i
fifth and put the game on ice f-,iiiIn the( (until, and goingInt
with six in the wventh. > the bottom of the fourthtra '
Key to the! R'boln: sur-rcs1 (ed by only a !9-7! acore.ilwcvfr. "I 2
WILLIAMS JEWELRYDiamonds was their ability to ally after Cunningham] bW\ '- -,/ t d
'1U.iri to baoiii aaaln and they 1. 'l
two out* Ten runs AVPI-P" snored /: ,
"by' the!! R"-li! nfl('* they moved o-i '0 a 10-run game .-. 7
had two men out. The Prof; 17.7 in five innings.
-- Jewelry -- Graduation Gifts never quit andwere! .,till: :in Four Cunningham paver! 1
'the Ram!! until:! lh" hits run had three h'ts' each: Ray Grlf-
"Starke's Leading Quality Jeweler" Rebel Inning and ovr-n HIP i flit 'was thr-e-fo'-thTe! while
they made a lad toning' effort Harold D tvis, Randall Davis \ -
111 t w r \1.1. STREET to come from T--h nllit' and Jim Walls were thrr>e-for- --- ,
three run* in the bottom of four MudNon: Street? had nine
the Reventh. hits and, were l"d by Mark (
Randy Jones 4 f->r-5!;, and! LarJVeCan'tKeepASecret Oraudons and Greg Rlherd! i
- each going twa-for-tliree.: r.
flee Reb'I"' .s
Shutout l>'l.\7a Lodge(
May 4 Results '
Rec. Rfbi-ls 13 Plaza Lwlge! i
0. (
Gene Rivburn almost hal (
the "1m po',,lbln dream" In :
slow-pitch!: F' ftbnll. as he came
within one man of having a
"Your wife told us
no hit: hut-out irame But In
She Would the bottom of the fifth and
last Intllri'r! H .Ib tl<-> mite! \ ,
A"MAGIC David La- "iU'r stroked the ball
back throiifh/ the nr und for
Plaza Lo'lnc'4' only hit.
U_ Rayburn had fine hacking' !
as his t..nm,tnau's played flawless -
I drfnnr" to give him his (
> ---- -- RllttDc@ oro-hltter.: After Laflsiter's! hit. (
th" next hunter:, was retired ..
to rid the While Rnyburn was throttling I ,
t th. Plaa's bats his teammate : -

1 d c at : : wire pounding out J8h. (
.'.-; and! wer" led by Marvin
__ = _1" YOUR CHOICE Mo ir! 's perfect three-tor-three. (( THEN I PICKED;
;.. r Pr'f.s 19 Ln.w.ey 11 ,
30 OR 36 INCHES Second game aw the Profs .
may : park: up their third: win t to( event
I-w:' ii' record: as they downed

I YOUR CHOICE OF COLOR Lowtey Rerrritlon: 10-11. First Federal Of Starke team were' about even
I in the hitting: department: with
COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC the Piofs, ( getting! the edg, 12 i
I 10, hot' the big d.ffer-nce: was
; AND OVEN the P'-ofs' taking advantage of

c; ,, comiiiutlug 10 rrrori by Just l/awtey four themselvs. while- T hey'i,e Got It A II Over The


The Profs were led at the
\ M.w K: CMW CLOCK AND TIMER plate by Davl'l: Bennett, :Leon ntlpr !
Cheek, and Mike Reddsheach!! '
ge'tfng two hUs.' Steve Cub-
PORCELAIN THROUGHOUT haw! led Lawtev with a perfect

$199 nUlht, thr .(() -_hree. ,
W.T. Stan'ings: : Rebels' B-0, Cun i
nur'gham 5-1, Plaza: Lodge! 4-2, ;
i p-f4 3-3, Mad: on St, Church _
2 l, W.rm Dixie 2-4, Lawtey 1-
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ri n.nghnm vt Liwtpy.v.s Prof.i, 9 pm. Pia. The House of Savings" I

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Runners Place Scotch FoursomeWinners In' 3.Way Tie and Shirley J.ohnMerrU.!
In District Co Struth and Barbara Platra,,

of the Scotch Pour ml Her res, all tied for dint Bill and. Ruth Powell.
some played Sunday May 3, place with 'a net .72 _eon .
Three Bradford High thlnclads n Tallahassee meet here won Friday.the event Richardsof with was credited by Coach Loper Douglas placed fourth In 3:41.0. The state meet Saturday will at the Starke Golf ,& Country Alone for second place with Thirty players participated'
qualified Friday Id district competition with running a good race. Coach Loper termed the third be In the tournament which >Areas
89 points edging Orange Park run on the University of Florida Club were: 725. were Paul Harris and
here to In the The BHS
compete mile team of
relay finish his followed covered Bah
place by by
young run- track. Trials begin at 9 Marlon Elder and Ruth a
by four points. OP had 85 points. Bernice Epps.
state track meet In Gainesville Fill, Andrews, Bennett, and ners a "tremendous efforL"Senate dinner.
Saturday, May 6. e BHS had 47 points in third place a.m. and finals at 1:30 p.m. Broadway: Rex and Beth There was also a threewaytie
Freshman Larry Greenwonthetwo and Taylor County (Perry) was Rhodes John Godwin and Nao- : ;for third place at: 73: Cart
mile run In 10:25.8, equalIng fourth with 42 points. Perry was .
Ms BHS record. Leonard favored to win the meet in a
tough battle with Rlckards but /-,
Garrett placed third in that e- '
vent in 10:34.7: and Jimmy Low- the Bulldogs fell apart Friday.In ,
ery placed fourth in 10:35.9: but fifth place was New Stantonof ; i a.. :k .,. ...f:. Wouldtit
they will miss the state since Jax with 40 points, 6) Jax \ ,' \ youswitch
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only the top two performers qua Butler 33; 7)) Live Oak 26; 8) 1' ,, "
Bolles 9 9) Stanton Vocationalof
: lify. It was Garrett and Leo ; ,
t nard's best performance.John Jax 5: 10) Fernandlna Beach r
Douglas,Junior speedster, 3:11): ) Lake City 0. rather ?
won the 220-yard dash in 22.5 BHS garnered 14 of their 47
going away for BHS and will go points in the two mile run dom-
to state Saturday. He equaledhis inated by three freshmen whizzes
best time of the year and( Green Garrett, and Low-
has the third best qualifying time ery. i 4'tnf ), .
in Class A competition in the Jimmy Andrews placed fourthin ..ajI. ; .--
state. Douglas has run the 100 the 120-yard high hurdles In ,_ _& :
in 9.9 this year. 15.5 for BHS. Andrews was fifth
High Jumper Tim Murphey in the low hurdles In 21.7 and 3
cleared 5-10 for a second place George Barton, BHS, was sixthin
and will also compete in the 22.2. Barton ran a 21.7 in L
state meet. He has clearedsix the trials his best time. C(
feet several times this sea- Buddy\ Paterson finished thirdin
the 880-yard run In 2:06.5
son.All three BHS qualifiers standa and Richard Fill was fourth in ,

chance of placing in the state 2:08.5.: 4 4i'
meet, Coach George Loper Douglas placed fourth In the ;
thinks. 100, getting a bad start and fin- tq
Bradford High placed third with ishing In 10.4.
47 big points for the young squad Wayne Bennett was fourth In MF,

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Grid Work Pleases CoachesGrid 4 F- -

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coaches Mike Sexton and David Hurse keep a close eye as their charges run ,
Look Your Best! i .
t through a scrimmage Monday In spring drills.A .5
mixture of half and half veterans and sophomores-to-be are so far leaving their
at the mentors with a little smile and a gleam In the eye. Coaches say the current crop of
I freshmen at BHS are the best footballers to come along in such quantity in a long

: JuniorSeniorProm time.
I "All the boys, especially the seniors, have a real fine attitude," says Head Coach M
David Hurse. "That's the best thing about this spring. The atmosphere is more re-

I laxed."
"Half the boys out for the varsity are ninth graders. But we have quite a few quality -
I football players."
For the past three weeks the gridders have been going at it three days per week.
Next week It'll be stepped up to four days.
We have Gainesville's I II

t largest selection of Golfing League Bill Would Give State y G

Formal Rentals Rj Play BeginsPlay Power To Condemn Lake BottomA IIea; w 1et. hj .m

From making up gift lists to making your friends and

started Sunday in an bill empowering the Boardof state the right to condemn any family: happy': Stop racking your brain and :tart; : d11loingfnlm :; ;

L I II 11-team. golfing league the Starke spon- Trustees of the Internal Improvement private lake, swamp or other the many carefree electric gifts ..ivailablcWi .
sored annually Fund to reacquire by
'*" BLACKsingle I Ior Golf and Country Club for the condemnation submerged lands, submerged of land present In Florida ownership., regardless have choice of f more than 200( For 1lotI .'r..maybcanelectric

I double breasted : CJ {!purpose of promoting golf previously conveyed by it, f.icial: ; sauna\\'hit about electric: : stereo hi-f'i
among club members. "which may be in the public said there no com- '
Baker was for the gradll Competition will contlnua Interest and for a public pur- bill In the House, but
Plan t through June 27. pose," has cleared two Senate panion that the House by resolution, for the hi ide' All economical to Economical to use.

t Only four scores! will be committees. could approve the Senate bill In And find uit aKnit the other 200-plus electric gifts.
I t Fancies Brocades oounted for a team each week. The bBl Introduced by Sen. the closing days of the session, Your
t The.'e will be the four highest Wayne Henderson (Rep., Venice) allowing It to become a law. appliance dealer< can !.hothem to you now
I silks, solidsCOMPLETE points turned In each week as Senate Bill 522, was part He urged all citizens owningor And\ MHI a lot of time Because< there just no match

t with the i' est six rounds of of a package of conservation Interested In lakefront pro- for electric i\ injPractical, preferred,appreciated:
SELECTION DOUBLE-BREASTED 'the eight to bs! counted. measures sponsored by Gov. perty to contact members of
I t Cost of participating will be Claude Kirk. It has already\ been their legislative delegation and
= =
Senate Committee F 1 3L2
approved by
$1 per player each week with on Natural Resources and urge them to oppose Senate Bill ,,,..'.... .. .....
A small deposit will hold your selection. : 25 cents retained for the 522 when It comes to a vote.
Conservation and the Senate Judiciary
I I II league party and 75 cents' returned Committee., r __ .. ._ __ __ _" _
as prizes.. The 'winning -.
I COME EARLY! I team will get 50 per cent of Wm. E. Baker chairman of
the prize money second team the Lake Region Citizens Com-
While Selection Is Good 30 per cent 'and 'third team mittee, denounced the bill as
"a terrible piece of legislation"since
20 cent.Scoring
I it would apparently give the
will be! M follows:
I II half point double bogey; one member.
point '"'bogey: two points!, par: Team explains are: 1)) J.
four points birdie: eight ) A. Patrav 3)) B.
Watson; 2) ; -
points eagle; 12 JI>'nts. ace. Moxlev: 4)) O. Roberts 5) D.
I 'n Point handicaps will be established -
la.9 Drag Thomas: 6)) H. Oruen: 7)) H. Everybody
from the first three
1 1I
Adams; 8)) C. Jihrs: 91) R. Jon-
rounds submitted. Points for
es: 10)) S. Simmons: 111) (BIsHBlshoo.
I I ''the team will be all above or Each team consists of

:below handicap. a. captain and at least five
DOWNTOWN 13 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. The week will run frcm Sunday other players.HeyKids. looking
through Saturday, and ,
AND GAINESVILLE MALL scoring: will be for nine holes

only the( front nine). Round !
t GAINESVILLE, FLA. I may be played[ ,any time durIng for bargain
the week with any league
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Military i Close Exercises Blanding and Fishing Live LakesThe AmmoTo i f I Sales Tax Dips.- In Bradford. {1# In Police Auxiliary Squad Heard A.G. McCullers At Rotary, Gainesville DeWitt\ C. Jones FuneraiHomo: '

District Forester with the Florida
Camp Standing Fhsb Fish Commission, stud various March sales tax collections Ions were Just slightly higher Lieutenant bars were presented Forest Service, was guest STARKE
Management Anea. will ba units of the National' Guard dipped 14.74 per cent from the than March of this year at$79- to Jim LawJDn.! and serge speaker at the Starke Rotary
closed on certain dates' this will be firing live ammunltlcn amount collected In Bradford ant's stripes to Eugsiu Lee Club last week describing the PHONE 9616200KEYSTONE
summer *, a result ot military'! on air defense artUlery and County In March 1969, accord- 667.Union County; increased its collection of the SUrke Auxiliary Police, importance of forestry In the -
exercises being conducted on mortar: firing ran yea. Ing to a report from the offoceof : in March 1970 by 26.24 upon completion ,of 215 hours economy of the state.
the Camp Blandlng National Lakes affected !toy the closingare State Comptroller Fred O. per cent on collections of $6,525 of Police OUicers Training McCullers said that Bradford HEIGHTS
Guard facility.:' (Blue Pond. Perch Pond (Bud) Dickinson Jr. compared to $5,168 in March School. County ranked twelfth in the state
I/awry and Magnolia Lake! March 1970 collections here 1969. March 1970 collections were Also :graduating were Douglas in pulpwood production, and that PHONE 47.1-3176
The closed dates! are: Magnolia Lake State> Park will totaled $34,267. a $6,000 drop up slightly from the February and BeLly! Baldwin, who pines in this area were among I
May 4 thru 8 and 11 thru 15: remain open during the !Military from the $40.189 collected In 1970 level of$6,117. were members of the> Auxill- the fastest growing in the state.
June 1 thru 5 and 8 thru 12;. exercises. March 1969. It marked the sec- Baker County showed a 13.78 lie showed a color film depict- ,
August 10 'thru 14 and 17 thru. Mayor! Brandy urged the co. ond straight month that sales tax per cent drop. Collections In ing the important role of the forester -
21. operation of fishermen!. in the collections have dipped here. A March 1970 totaled $14,498 down date total $480.1 million, 14.5 in today's economy.
$4,000 drop was noted In Feb- per cent above the amount collected
'Major Interest of their own safety $2,300 from the $16,816 reported The speaker was Introducedby
Northeast Robert M. Brantly end to Insure' the future availability l- ruary 1970 when collections were in March 1969. The March in the same period last Robert Barksdale who had
Region Manager' for and use of the camp! 36497. 1970 level was also below the year. charge of the program
the Game and Fresh Water' Blooding faculty Bradford and Baker were only $15,606 collected in February Gasoline tax revenue for the New Class In Basic Education Is
Immediate area counties to takea 1970. month of March climbed$800.000
dip in collections. Alachuahad to $17.7 million, a four cent ary and are now working full
Statewide sales and use tax
Robin Mullins Diggs Gives Tips a 5.81 per cent Increaseover collections topped the $52 mil- increase over March 1969 revenue time partment.for the City Police De- Being Offered Throughout The CountyFor

Marcy 1969. Collections In lion, resulting In an Increase inFlorida's .
On Parent-School March 1970 totaled$489,494 com- general revenue fund Growth in sales of motor vehicle Auxiliary Chief Charles
Awarded E are pared to $462,634 In March last of more than $3.4 million above special fuel resulted in an .Schaefer said there are still Information. Call The
RelationshipSuggestions year. Alachua collections fell totals reported for the same upsurge of 17.42 per cent In tax some openings on the Auxiliary!
Scout RankingRobin from a February level of$526- month last year. collections from this source. So force, and any citizen 21 to 43 BRADFORD UNION AREAVOCATIONALTECHNICAL
for a closer re 208, however. "Gains in collections over the far this fiscal year, the state years of age who( would like CENTERAT
latlonshlp between parents and Clay County; had a 3.2 per fiscal year also have proved to has received $9.1 million in fuel to help with better law enforcement -
Mullins, son of Dr and schools were given by Ralph cent dip; collections fell to be steady and substantial" the tax receipts compared to $7.7 In the city, can obtain 964-6150
Mrs. Bob Mullins of Starke, was Dins, principal of Bradford $79,137 from $76,682 In March comptroller reported. He noted million over the same period an application blank at
decorated an Eagle Scout in cere- High School, ;in a talk at the 1969. Clay's February collect- that collections of sales taxes to last year. the city hall.

monies Sunday April 19, In the Baptist! Brotherhood ,breakfast
First United Methodist Church. meeting l last Sunday morning.
i .
Assisting in the presentation Among the suggestions .rw IC At

emonies were Scoutmasters Joe ''were: attend school activities. : + 5T .:
Hardenbrook (left and David !become acquainted with your F AH 1
Montgomery. child's teachers: Invite teach- GLE
Mullins became a Cub Scoutin ers into your home; get the ,

March 1964 and was registereda story stra'ght-f1nl1 out first I _
Boy Scout in Decenber 1964, 'hand; visit your child's classes (DISCOUNT STORES,
was made a First Class Scoutin : make sure to see your + \\ote;; LOWER BETTER
April 1966, Star Scout June child's report card: check on Sal O PRICES QUALITY
1966 Life Scout September 1967 his homework; attend Sunday/ .
and completed work for his Eagle School and church with your I + *+ + MORI C
Scout ranking in December child: pleach him by actions >.

1969.The and lige and deeds encourage the Christian him way to do of eAG e+ a THE ENTIRE CHAIN IS CELEBRATING THE GRAND OPENING OF OUR NEWEST C *

16-year-old Bradford High likewise. among his associates: ARMYNAVY STORE AT 905 CONGRESS AYE. WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
junior has scouting merit bad- keep the lines of communication ,&

inpthe open between you and '
community, citizenship the school.In \ Friday & Saturday ;<

nation, cooking, first aid life-

saving, nature, personal fitness, closing, Mr. Dins reminded ___ PROCTORG E.
health, safety, swimming,
public Ws listeners that ,.
world brotherhood,animal indus- each of you In your 2- G.E.1 CUP -, == HAND
try, first aid on animals and home own way, carries a part Clf ti BOXED A1 SILEX
repairs, reading, soil water '1iiLADIES' --
!he responslblliy of the
conservation, rifle farm and mecha-shotgun fallura of "your echaol successor l sys :: HIEFS 1- \ JUCIT MIXER1PERCOLATORS
shooting, forestry,
nics, scholarship, and pets. tem. All of the teachers: la sox or 3 f / r: will love / SPECIAL FOR MOM!
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Mother's Gift! r/r love I V > / \ speed motor
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He is the first Bradford youthto '\.f. WhIte s-: :i''.. .... Keeps coffee at perfect fresh |uices I W X-O' Finger tip control
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> DRIVEINTHEATRE Teacher Pay Commitment Withheld. I

- -- Bradford union vocauonal-:
vice training. $38,250; to em- their state senators and repre- of the Mho county
Refusing to commit himself, Supt. Tom Casey said kindergarten special education, ploy teachers aides $103,000; sentatives In an effort to have Technical Ctuthe program determination

TARKE., FLA. last Thursday he has no plans for a teacher pay in- etc.Actually the county is expected to hire 19 additional teachers. the state lower the number of has been and the administrative
he did sympathy with $128,000 and $80,000 of It provide students required In a kindergarten said .and Is
crease in 1970-71, but express to have 241 teaching positionsIn student with okay Casey
FRI.-SAT.-SUN. MAY 8-9-10 the teachers'' position.. the 1970-71 term: 213 MFP $17 for each classroom elementary supplies and Another class.source of funds for. now waiting on the dollar amountto
9 from Title I of the .
) to units be received.The
value (purchasing power textbooks and each secondary schools Is for building programs
Refusing to commit himself $5,400, the base salary in 1968 Elementary and Secondary Edu- student with $20. and debt superintendent mentioned
TRIPLE FEATURE Supt. Tom Casey said last Thurs- cation Act, and 19 units to be called capital outlay told Impact Funds, another source of
the superintendent said. In other topics hit on at tit* service funds, Supt. Casey
day he has no plans now for a provided by Educational Improvement briefly. These are funds
; Purpose of the informational informational session receives Income
." Increase In 197071 Expense (EIE) funds. : the group the county Federal governmentto
VpJSur teacher pay which the about paid by the
\J c session to public was unit or
,'. ".,, \ but he did express sympathywith Invited was to explain!how Brad- Bradford County is rated ninthin Mrs. Lucille Payne elemen- $.00 per teaching] About $60,000has assist areas with the educa-
the teachers' position. the state on qualification of tary supervisor pointed out that $25,000 per year. of federally employed -
receive tion of children
ford schools
?;! l'la iters in mind the state requires an average been accrued in past years
: a' "What do you have through the state's Minimum teachers the superintendentsaid. and com- parents. Bradford County
F is hand now
COLOR for teacher salary Increases? Foundation Program. Casey said daily attendance of 25 in a kin- and on currently receives about$130,000In
r f Casey was asked at a prelim- the county may receive $2,027- EIE monies are state funds dergarten class before It will mitted to Bradford High School, IF funds, Casey said and
inary budget information session 046 In MFP funds in 1970-71. allocated by the Legislature for fund the unit. To reach an ADA Casey said. He pointed out that suggested that more children of
attended by a group of 30 principals A total of 3,871 students were staff development. A county receives of 25, she pointed out, 30 stu- CO & DS funds can be used federally employed parents live
DB and teachers In Bradford those funds the basis dents must be enrolled In the
In attendance In county schools on only for building programs.In here which are not identified.
Middle School. at the end of the first seven of) $1.720 for each MFP unit class. the vo-tech area the super- Vo-Tech Director Ted Oglesby -
COLUViniA' HI' SPTfvni "
"Nothing really. Casey answered months of the current school thus Bradford receives 213 times "You Just can't have a real intendent said the county is expecting also spoke briefly on the
Anouk Gary "If we have $70-80,000 year with an average dally at- $1,720 or a total of $366,360 good kindergarten program with shortly In excess of $221,000 In projects requestedfor
Aimee .. LdckvvooclJACQUES not particularly committed. ." tendance the base on) which MFP according to Asst Supt. Connie that many," Mrs. Payne said. $300,000 in higher education bond the 70-71 term.'Best' .
DEMY'S Although he expressed sym- funds are allocated, was 3319. Clark. She urged the audience to write money to build the second phase
achers'position, These funds will go to inser-
Model pathy with the The MFP provide a total of
Shop Casey said he would rather reserve 213 teachers for Bradford Coun-
w _,US!!!J 'Cfr COUUMHIM, Ol.OW tC: comment until he sees ty, the superintendent said. Of
what the Legislature does. He those, 127 are regular classroom
said the teacher pay Issue should teaching units. For funds for the I
PtUSChastity have number 1 priority in bud- remainder the school administration
with..1 county -
What's The
wrong getary considerations.The $6,000 present. startingpay projects. They must are write such special special Don't Settle For Less Than

of teachers has dropped in units as vocational-technical)

The 'No.1 1 Name In

,.. ulEauN INiINt00NU[ CHER-COLOR E19A9 Bus Driver Careless .
$ Am ne n international Picture

School Board ToldDiscussion t Appliance' Sales ,

) of a school bus at last month's meeting. Supt. t

FLORIDA' .EATRE1 driver problem, accepting bidson Casey repeated that this inves- t. .. --- Big big capacity and
a walk-In freezer and restoring tigation was not based on the ---- !
STARKE, FLA. a Bradford High School Idea that present athletics and/or I Automatic Icemaker!
coaching position cut off last physical education programs are 1III'f' t
year took up most of Tuesday wrong, but that because of chang-
morning's school board meeting. ing times, schools need to mea- tit J 17.6 cu. ft. No Frost Refrigerator t :
FRIDAYSATURDAYMAY Mrs. Lonzo Starling and Mrs. sure their programs before they A' if
-1 Automatic Icemaker
; with
Harold Starling attended the get out of date, and keep In ;
8-9 meeting to complain about the mind at all times the health ._ease_ seetfl i
Lawtey-Hlghland area bus driver and wholesome development of Ice bin stores 12.9 Ibs., about 340 cube; r
DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. Letha Grlffls. children.
'>>".-,-.._">.vA,., ,, .. Mrs. Grlffls has been care- Requests for girls to have In- t Zero-degree freezer holds up to 165 Ibs t
;); ; t;, \ WALT DISNEY production-' less about stopping for railway terscholastic sports was one pre- ; Mobile Cold with separate temperature f,
crossings they alleged. The bus cipitating factor for the study,
; : / / controls for each section. t,
I1INGoftheGRIZZLIES' route crosses US-301 three times he said. Another was the ques- .' s
,, and the Seaboard Railroad three tion of what physical education Four Adjusta-Shelves 2 slide out '
times, including two unprotected Is needed for elementary school < t
( crossings the school board was children in the county. The studyis t ;l : :: ;;" Covered slide-out meat pan. i

told.The being made primarily by pro- .:. r 1 '::" \ Twin vegetable bins 2/3 bushel. i iJ
TECHNICOLOR board voted to have an fessional people he sad. j ... '-... ... .
; .,.t.; "
door shelves. I
4n' IHIIIL. adult ride the bus for a week Mrs. Harold Waters attendedthe 'Ii>> ..... Adjustable ,
,>, and report back. meeting to ask about the ;' "-' 'I';' 4I' Butter Conditioner. :
I. Baker Brothers Jacksonville old Hampton Elementary School t ,,' / t ,
Removable bins for 24
: submitted a bid of $3,323 for building, and was informed that eggs. .
# the walk-in freezer comparedto by law the school board must Coil-free back.
West Coast Refr. $4,300 Ed- let bids before deeding or leas- Rolls out on wheels for cleaning.
ward Don $4,450; E.H. Thompson Ing any property. The board voted 3 easy \
PLUS $4,831, and Barsco, $4,891. to let bids on the property / 30/]" wide and 66" high. t
The board voted to accept the by the June meeting, the piece t \ ;;tittssll ; -. 'I---- GE colors or white.
"lowest or best" bid--thus leav- of land (playground area) southof
ing room for Supt. Tom Caseyto Pine St., to be bid separately /
r tut V check specifications and time from the lots the school building -
A BLAKErEDWARDS limits carefully before accept- is located on.
PROD JCI ION ing the lowest bid. p.T. NoUn Principals' appointments on t
-.. ftr=fttv:/ attended the meeting In relationto continuing contract were approved t We Service what we sell, Faat, ,
the bid for the freezer. as follows: Ralph Diggs I
'. i*rig Atlltl BUS Athletic Director David BUS; Lennard Register, Hampton : Dependable and Service For the on y $359.50Super
Hurse requested that an addition
Curtiss Mar-
Elementary; Life of appliance.
al coaching position be restored your
: 10. t 11 t, t 12 lowe Lawtey Elementary. Approved t
Sun.. Mon.. Tues. May this coming year saying that annual contract are Carl t
the coaching staff was cut down Clark, BUS Millard Brown Vo-
'' 'F/ytY!; :::: ::1 x.?::aa t.1. one last year, when there wasa Tech; and Phil; Vellenga, Brad-
DUSTIN HOFFMAN ;' .Jf,,! financial deficit. The staff of ford Middle School. Professional -
: 't sIx Including Hurse who is head leave was granted Owen Hoover size
/; : : 1" :. coach and athletic director is
::I Della Rosenberg, and Jac-

MIA FARROW l:(.}.! <.. .:. .),: ':.. .;:. .:{., he the said.smallest In this conference tional queline guidance Cline to workshop attend a; voca-Rich- frozen food storage

;.,;..;:(;;,:{.."..\ ( .:,:;.\. >,;};:;:' Jim Duncan, prospect for the ard Jockel to attend a middle
1:..;.;r..J.I.; I .h'n,.':.', position, has been working In
'tfOHN AND MARY .. ""; ". ...!. Ir"''' ., school conference and Brownan
fdiI.: .):::;.;. i "';:.; an experimental physical educa- adult education conference.
,..:. P.Ji.f.; ;,:..'. 1dI'i.r :: tion program the last two year Military leave was granted Mr. t Holds'
.z .. and would also g up
-!:: ::' "; ,.I. be a good resource National Guard Train-
\ Jockel for
:! : .:$.:.'- person for physical edu- 20.0 Cu. Ft."Poweron" .
.. and leaves of absence to
2a ii4.tfJ'I'--1 I ",: "::'. ing 701 Ibs.!
.......'.. c....:!... ...,<\'''.'.J.I'', cation for elementary schools in Elaine Brown, Mike Reddish and to
the county, Supt. Casey said. Ruth Reynolds.
Momctifv tctitt* teiiiih ? on.4r.nn'" Pn''IIDJ'i"1&N In connection with this,Charles t
MORTIMER MERVYN JONES !K : Chairman H.A. LawsonandS.G.
Sawyer asked about
the physi- Goodman were named by the signal light.
cal education study announced board to serve: on the tax equalization Rugged, double-seal cabinet,

board. defrost drain.Selfleveling .
Cafeteria support for the sum-
mer program, approved by the t on uneven floors. t
board. Is to be funded from
Federal sources and repaid to

the The county.board transferred a trac- Chest

be tor-grader Civil used Defense by the to Bradford county so that commis-it County may t Freezer NOW 249 !tt

sioners. It had been obtained

This is oldsmobile'syearat mission.through the development com

The commercial vehicle dri- t t tt
ver training class is now using

Indy. the since old Camp airport Blanding at Lake area Butler they 3 cycles Permanent Press !

were using has now been occupied -

Supt. Casey by the said.National Guard, t Low low price t tt

.. School will be dismissed at ,
1:30 next
j.-r- ... : p.m. Monday May 11,
uu.> .n ll. the board decided, so that those
." QFFICIAL PACE E.CAR teachers who wish to may attend -

".. '\' :,;..:::" --: ;-e=---- / a Bradford Education Association t ..
'AA t tt
meeting. Gladys Tho- [
@ Filter-Flo
mas, BEA president, said that :sM ,:
there would be election of officers I

Isn't it Florida and Education a report Association from the r Washer

your year meeting last month in Miami, t C ""I, t
when 11 delegates from Bradford .
their reach A mistaken notion that Filter-Flo wash system-
foFan Olds County attended.Marine
might keep you in. an ordinary car ends lint-fuzz on all size
,instead ol an Olds
The truth ol the matter is t0 loads.
The knowing folks at ''ndv YI' 'd \great engi IhatmanyOldsmodelsareplicedjust Fined t 'i/ashes/ up 3 water-level selections. t
named Olds 4-4-i otticiai' 'leer. 'ig ,'XL t'ot rare. comfort right, down with, the low-price Ibs 3 wash, 2 rinse
,. On 2
pace car tor this year s 500 ae : I' : n.; mat are out names ChargesDonald
For good reason Oias s stano,n0,, Arme si'io, Quality,, Now that you have the temperatures.t .
.not only an excellent performer ana depenaac i"'ly vo.j vp come 'facts isn 1 this. your year to go D. Carter, 22-year-old Cold water wash and rinse.
it's a winner in looks and ride as to expect from OldsmObile Oldsmobile You can probably do Marine from Bradford County, 4 Permanent Press cycle t
well in tact ''IS t thiS quality,, that so for no more than what you've was fined a total of $302 Mondayon t 1 wjth "Cooldosvn"
The fact is every 1970 Olds leads many people to beI eve been paying See two charges.
_ Is a pacesetter. And it goes la' mat Olds>'s prcee, out 01 your nearest. Carter pleaded guilty to the ,
y. deeper than performance Olds dealer'' unlawful display of a dangerous fabrics
w..sstrnrr heal
weapon and to disturbing the mixed,
peace in County Judge's t t tX01

Yawn.Court before Judge Theron A. ONLY199

.S'i'o Complaint signed against the
U.S. Marine charged he brand-
ished the weapon in a threaten-
r ing manner and fired two warn-
1 ing shots with a .45 caliber

OLDSMOB1LEf" pistol.Carter pleaded not guilty to
*from lh.ordinary a third charge of voluntary intoxication -
and the case was transferred -
-..a.uwwr to the trial docket. Car- !
'er is now in custody of the I 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-77QI
.shore: Patrol; he' is stationedat

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I r----n-l! E! .r SENIOR f.! HAMPTON J JMr And County:deeded, *>',pudln to|Vorlda James.. therefrom acre. In Hountnn previously Bradford. .approximately allneln : .t :$.rJ.4 $ '1Z;

CITIZENSLamar By Mr*. D. E. BUI at. public ante, to the Mrheat '
bidder for rash, at tile front
door nf the Bradford. County! KNOW YOURFURNITURE
pourthouxn. In Stark, Florida. ,
Priest president of and Mrs. Bill GasMns and chil- and Mrs. Lynn Hall were also here on Saturday, and they between 11:'On ...nt.. and I:00p ""i.
Lawtey MYF and Rev. (This la Senior Citizens! MOJItb. ,
Don Den- dren spent the weekend with the m. n the 14th day of May
hosts to a fish fry for employees all drove to Lake Butler that J170.Bv!
ton attended Sub District meet- Redds and Mrs.Phillips returned proclaimed] bye former Pros. of Stump's, at the Raleigh afternoon to visit Mr. and Mrs. : Ott. A, liien Special] MasterDonald '}- l
ing in Lake City; on Sunday af- with them Johnson, May 1967. Ovid Waters. I.. Smith -- ,
Brannen home on Bedford Lake !tu Barnett Panic Dulldlnir.Tarkiinnvlle. ".
ternoon. Mrs. A.C. Pearce Mrs. Sebe The Readers Direst doN Itagatol last week. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinson, the for- Florida. 3220J ..... ',;.
CHURCH Harris and Mrs. Merrill Jones In the April Issue 1070. Mrs. Rudolph Sink, Mr. and Mrs. mer Linda Harrison of Jackson- Attorney for Plaintiff .., .. -"
ACTIVITIES were visiting Mrs. Marvin an article, was written by RObert A.F. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. ville, was guest of honor at a 4-30 2t By BILL WILSON \1;
Grace United Methodist: Sun. Thompson in Jacksonville on J. Myera which terse to bridal shower at I
Joel Jackson, Mr. and Mrs.Hen- Hampton Bap.
day School 9:45: a.m., Worship Tuesday of last week. strike\ Sear In the heart and ry Anderson, Mr.and Mrs.!Bryan fist Church Monday evening. A Ttte County dnnntr.Jud.e's riorl.ln.' Court Ofllrnitraril CANE FURNITURE Ilt 1

Services 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.; Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyett and minds OS the elderlY. By the Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Bran color scheme of yellow and white In re-: Estate of.James Austin .. x
MYF 6 pjn. Choir practice 7 children visited Mrs. Robert L. yap of cky-hlth lUrures. bo nen, Mr. and Mrs. Hall, and was carried out for the party; Dell, lit. i ecensp TO CREDITORS p.m. Thursday. Joyner and Mr. and Mrs. Hay- tries 'to show !ban the Social Miss Donna Faye Crawford. in the floral arrangment of gladioli All creditors of the mint. of | r"i'

9:45 First Baptist: Sunday School ward McDonald in Jacksonville Security System will fall Ib11m. Lisa Carter, daughter of Mr. and refreshments yellow- James ieruby notified Austin' and Bell required ill are to I .
a.m.; Worship Services 11 on Sunday.Mr. Thda would !be tragic U and Mrs. William Carter, cele- decorated cake and punch. .file any ilalms or demands >

a.m.Union and 6:30 7:30 Midweek and Mrs. M.C. Kelly visited It were not *o ridiculous.: Proposing brated her sixth birthday witha Mr. and Mrs. John Plumeof which the estate they In may the office have against of the In 16(,(). ulirn ;Now; [.l'!
p.m.; ser her mother Mrs. Robert Hodges a out back In S. S. par party; at their home Saturday, Ft. Walton accompanied Tony County Judge of Bradford ; En/.tlullil colonistsvrro } ,, '
vices Church Wednesday of God 7:30: pjn. in Macclenny on Sunday. menU to the elderly, he proclaims April 25. Children played In a Herman home for the weekend StaiUo.Florida.Florida In the, within courtliounoat six: ';q: \ / nil' ",irin| <; to 1. #.s
: Sunday School ;
10 Mr. and Mrs., Pierce Crews that the system could new swimming pool, a gift fromLisa's with the George Kennan family. calendar months from the date R.. ,
I..I| | and ulliiifrllirr.
ajn.; Worship services 11 and Mr. Plume expects to be sent of tho tilt publication of this ,(; keep| M> 'I('
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.Clyde last. much longer and said to grandparents, enjoyed demand. "i1': .
and 7 Each clAim or
notice. .
a.m. p.m. YPE Thursday life in \1':11': \
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U. cake and Ice Pre- to Vietnam with the Air Forceon ,gt;
7p.m. Crews in Lake Butler and say, some senior citizens: seem punch cream. mist be In writing and must f
Highland Baptist Mrs. Waldo PrIngle in Worth- 'to( agree with ,him hoping to sent were Bryan Clark and his June 27. state office the place address of reHldpnco of the claim-and :tjf W.I.14ri') /gar. "....
9:45 :Sunday School Ington Springs on Sunday. Mr. avert disaster. baby sister, Jan Kimberly, Kev- Bids for carrying mail on the nnt Dost and must be sworn to by N Lutl luur.ln\'iu/.t/ 'S
a.m. p.m.and ;8 Worship services 11] and Mrs. W.H. Richardson of He shows that 34 millions of in and Michael Williamson, Phil- Hampton-Graham star route may nttorneirnnrl'Ittlwillgbecome. void him :3'' Cli.illo: II Mine to ..
meeting Tuesday p.m.; Womens prayer Orange Park spent Saturday with Americans own their own lip and Rhonda Hinson, Sandy be submitted before May 27, according according" to law. : the. idiotic .mil ;Xr: ;

services 8p.m.;Prayer the Crews'. homes as compared 'with 12 Underwood, Beverly Forsyth and to Mary Williams, Hampton April 9th, 1970. :Jr. > i'I' ",I ii Portuguese|: ,
Wednesday 8 pjn. Jamen Austin Dell ;'i;
followed by choir practice. Miss Elizabeth Terry spent million< 40 years _eoHow Rusty; Sullivan. postmaster. Mrs. Bessie JAMES AUSTIN BKT.t. :JR. J?' |prinrrs i +. .mil lojzrllirrlliov / ':!'.
last week with Mrs. John Wy- many of these 12 million lost Pat Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wasdin, who has had the route Administrator of the Estate' of. flJi.' introduced )).
rick In Lake F.C. Reed, entertained several six years, has resigned, effective Jam a Austin Bell. HI. "e..I.d.1"lnt nowclojj.iiu'o I
City, where she ,
; ID
the April Jf)
Mrs. Eugene Starling has the their homes! and farms In publcatlon on l into court .
June /
is staying for a time while l Mr. friends at a cookout at their 30. Mrs. Williams has ,1910. .
sympathy and prayers of her Wyrick is In V.A. Hospital there. 1930s? Furthermore how farm home last Monday. Two papers describing the mall ser- George II. PI..r..eIOit.Z05 t..t' I lire.r W.
friends in the stJU un North Temple Avenue
loss of her mother. many mortgages ere: ;
Mrs. C.R. Crews and Glenann freezers of homemade Ice cream requirements at the post- Starke. Florida. 82091 .4rfJ
Mrs. Wolfe. million Americans
by the
visited Mr. and Mrs. climaxed the supper. office. Attorney for Petitioner a
We are pleased to note that Clayton and son In Jacksonvilleover Tommy he Is (talkingabout' ? Mr. and Mrs. II.W. PrIester Dennie (Buddy) Roark is at 4-10 4t 0*IIn )! : (Iult' fin'niliit"r !he.< ..:

Mrs. John Brown is reported the weekend. Then comes the numbers of Ft. Pierce were weekend home with his family after three Th. Coiintr .JuI.....'. Court ofIIrnol'o. !i C'.IIIII' ,llir : Oiifi'in.11 )J ":
i.ifio. /
Hospital.improving in Bradford County; Mrs. Danny Thompson and KevIn game. He says In that guests here with Mr. and Mrs. years In the Marines. He received ro.:.'Estate County.of FloridaIn Fred Thomas inn in Ilulluld. itiiino ftQ t
of Jacksonville are spending period meaning years Life Gerald Adklna. The Prlesters'son his discharge at Port- HOIf", dee"A""ct. 1: .
ill st110s-
Mrs. Ernest Wells, accompa two weeks with Insurance has climbed! from and daughter-in-law Mr. land, Me. NOTICE OF Pnonn'rt7 : tuo t!
nied by Mrs. M.E. Miley of Mr. and Mrs. To All Persons Interested. InTEehdtilanToillSrs t4fZ Stnii| .li :ami Hcmi-li .(
W.F. Moore while Mr. Thompson 12 billions to 1,300 billions plus and Mrs. H.W. Priester D and 1 : "
Jacksonville Beach L hill I I rla. Framed ran.-hnrkha ""
attended :Ml- that |
is attending National Guard !personal savings from 3 son of San Antonio. Texas, were \ :: c'I'a with X or Hal ntrprntinr \
Homecoming at Highland Metho- Camp. Ions to 40 billions Taking this Nntlc Of gala a written Instrument, purporting k' men inl.iplcil. ilc we received a note Notice in hereby !given that and tosta- "
dist Earthow Church and visited Mrs.Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Moore and Mrs. for granted did, Mr. Myer ta byal thanking 'us formour pursuant to the Flnnl, ) Judgment / me tnofhsaids.decndant. has In been this ..., to .uil I lln-ni-rUr I Holland 5..."'!.
and family entered In numbered admitted to probate
on Sunday. raum
Mrs. Bertha Thompson and son visited Mr. ever stop to think of the blightof help with the Mobile Chest X* T14. In the Circuit Court of Court, You Are. hereby. commnn- &.("
Stucky of Jacksonville inflation? in the 1930s until -Bradford t six calendar months H' f1
and Mrs. J.W. Thomas emits' \ Countv. Florida Had within .
find y
spent last fam- first nub.llcntlon
week of tho
with Mr. 2nd World wll pll the property situated from the dnte 'Y
the advent of the
and Mrs. L.P. Rafuse. ily in Live Oak and attended the We are sorry to heap that In Bradford County. Florida. of this notice to appearIn s BadcockFURNITURE ',
graduation of Jody Thomas War a man earning $18 to described an: this Court and show enliae { '
Mrs. O.J. Phillips spent two North at week for- Sen. Clt. Carl MoManus fell That portion of the. SWVi of If nnv you eon why the action
weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Florida Junior College in $20 per was a very and broke :Ma 'hip. He 1* at the SF.'4of the NWU of Sefltlnn .. of this Court In admlttlnn Bald 1 ,
Madison on Sunday. itunate person IF HE HAD A 24! Tnwnnhln. 6 South, will to probate should not
F.T. Redd In Macon. Ga. Mr. present In the Veterans Hospital. .
23 Rimt Ivlntt on the land unrevokeds
JOB. Today a person pays Mange
nlrl* nf KlnnrHlpy LakeBond Thernn A, Yawn. and APPLIANCES
Gainesville We hope lie t
Lawtey To Lake more so-called 3. 6. taxes be and pxccntlnir therefrom Oounty Judge !;
I Is tat- covers soon. a lot 100 feet North and South First publication; on April 14th ,
his envelope
Section of 225 To Be RebuiltPersons cause pay Our next meeting will be on on the. Went Hide at .Halil Hnrtu. 1970. ".. t"-l
ter. The average factory worker .and along wild road And 100 fleorne IT. Pierce .. I tu\ I. tin ."" "'nti"t'nth/ m iiitit ,rne.l '' ;;
May 12 at 1 'pm. at ,ithe Pratt feet Knit' and 'Went North Temple Avenue : .I riht' I". ',,, ,. \
week and ping 203-205 L" | T i h. ml Mi t G. !:!
about $96 ; :
interested In Mr. Ward said that projectsare earns per !St. Hecre. Center. In the NW corner of the ahovetegrrlhed Stnike. Florida ''fL'Jl, :.',"' ..... ) 1 . <.. .. ;I "r.:1.
expres- five times more cI1' \='",,, : .u. t.'iJ'I.w: fiY'.7' $
included in the tentative 1970- that Is at least -Joe land and containing Attorney for Petitioner '<''''I' ':. ;" ":,,,"1.,tI,''n..w..W.-Y.'O\X"lWltir.3' <
sing their views concerning the Kerrigan 4.18 4t II.T
71 budget for the rebuilding of 'than in the 1930s in many three (3) ncre more or less
location and design, social, eco- .
5.7 miles of RS families. Mothers have to work ------------------------- ------------- ----- -
225 from Law- ---------------- -------- -_-_
nomic, and environmental effectsof ;
tey to Highway 15 at Klngsley to augment the family Income i
a project for rebuilding State
Road 225 (Lawtey to KIngsley Lake to meet present primary end many men work two or '1 i i i
Lake) to present primary spe- specifications for a two-lane rural more Jobs to make ends meet. I I II

cifications; f wiM a be hearing given an before opportunity An estimated highway of$600.000 24-foot Is width.bud- There explosion has aso In been ithe a past population 49- i FRESH I; ; GROUNDBEEF I I

for .
the Department of Transportation geted this work. !years ""which: we are all worryIng I I I
"The existing route will be about now. That would account -
if desired.In .
,a legal notice published this followed since a majority; of .for the huge Increase I 1 1 I FOOD

week, the DOT said persons desiring rights-of-way required for the In life Insurance. During these! i I
proposed Improvement
already I
a public hearing on this Affluent and Inflationary
project must submit their owned by the Department," Mr. years, large 'numbers of people

written request to J.D. Ward Ward said.It have Invested! In We Insurance
District Engineer, DOT, Box is possible that construction ,because It provides a 'tax freebase FRYERS I 3169CHUCK"
of the project will i

later 1089, than Lake May City 29., Fla. 32055 no engineer time after said.Jan. 1, 1971 begin, the some DOT Then. !Mr. Meyers talks of 8. 1 1 J SUPERMARKETS-I

S. !benefits of $376 per month ;
at present.
per couple

NEED READY CASH widow Bets this with 12 amount children? Maybe under a i ,i'__ i iI

18 years old. Then Mr. :My rs
takes.his supposlUonary stand I I when Savings Count... I
Come SeU ( on p*" aa. .ot tbe,QUbeI1 Bill GRADE'A' c:. 1 1 ROAST I
in which he states that a couple i 1I 1/
\ now getting $376 per month II I L
.11 ,
I:% We make loan for
Increased to $805 per
would be
any worthwhile purpose month and a widow with one I WHOLE BAGGED LB r I PMICIS OOOO THROUOH II

P lak $805.child Who from U$307 he kidding per month? A wi-to SAVE 10* LB I 11 I I I.S.C.OIC! 58 quantity WIDMISDAY rights MAY r.srv 13th..s1.AJAkt II

$25 to $600DO dow living .alone at present, r
:: 4&JlI even with the latest 15 percent
YOU HAVE increase may receive $90

per month and with one child BONELESS SLICED 1/4 MANSPURE AZAllA MANO
-Too many paymentsto $130 per month. His figures -
r -
make? may be right It inflation con

tlnu<->. It might coat $10] for a STEAK SAUSAGE
-Too many bills to haircut one of these days!

payToo msi IQ 2 $ '

many taxes On Nov. 23. l7. 'WrOte aa L1tINq Lt.tlaq H sr L! noilLARGf
article under Senior Citizens
I __ r
fl coming due? Nows to The Telegraph protect

Ing the Reader: Digest's scathing

U Help With Your Money story of Senior Citizens la:
Let general and about the then CUPS* CIllOCARROTS
Aft*T MIr INNlftft it JUICr APRIL
Problem pending 7 per cent increase inS. TAME

The article I wrote wa badly TALC
TOWN FINANCE CO misquoted and I 'wrote to Mr. Ip1w

Phone 964-744 Matthews asking for correction
226 N. Temple 2/l
sue.which he did In the Nov. 30 is / 9.5ox CANS

If a stranger gave youa ACM s AM?HUMS ASS1 FLAVOR*
>1VIN INtlCt mill'

tip like this POTATO T.N.T._ Thy3i! -r71 POP-ICE



you'd be suspicious. U.S. NO. FANCY I ; APPLEPIES ;!I

YELLOWCORN i Fresh Florida
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eV'eS'''' SIZE
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If someone sidled up to you on a street corner and
muttered something about "a sure thing"
"principal protected, "highest rate of return in years" Roac-Dftlc PRUNE "
you'd probably tell him to get lost! Yet all these / APPLE
things are true of a savings account here, Come in today CORN JUICE
and get started on the one 'sure thing" SUNSWIIT 1RANDftv
you may ever get in your life, 1G1 oz. cnnft6forJ.OO
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. MOUTH WASH ri1 TISSUE

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group 4/l

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Show 4 Ti
Flower I

Opens May 14 I,

At PrisonThe II I I II
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Tenth Annual Flower Show I
sponsored by the Florida State I I
Prison, will be presented by the i I
Ornamental Horticulture Sec-
tion of the prison school, May 14, I
IS, and 16.Hundreds. I
of exhibits will be I
displayed In the clubhouse across !I'.
from the prison compound duringthe
following hours: . I

w 9 r 9 p.m.Friday Thursday, May May 159 1412 a.m.noon to to 9 FO0 B k ':'/r.t.4 W.ER, -RE .Ut R; iPRt: S. (.' ..' ',W.EILY- ( : P'j, I $\, .\..: ..HEit; : : SrA'M.fI.:$, ,_ i

p.m.Saturday, May 169 a.m. to STO PRICES GOOD THRU 'M'AY' 1'3 USOACHOIC'E'W' .D BRAND"NATURALLY AGED"Don't I:
12 noon.
Divisions of the show will Include < Chuck Roast 69C
: orchids In bloom, specimen miss this Offer! BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICED -
. house plants, begonias, dish SUNNrLANDSMOKEDPORKSHOUkDE* I
gardens corsages terrariums, ia
hanging baskets named coleus GJi'a1f1as 1d1l.a i Picnics ,. 48cFEATURED
bonsai and landscape plants. :
The public Is cordially invitedto W D BRAND GROUND('HN -" )
attend the show. Last year "PIECE-A-WEEK" Round Steak lB.99c
some 1,500 interested persons VOID AFTER MAY 13
viewed the .

Truck Stolen -. PLATE Shldr.! Roast LB. 99C


4 Round Roast $109
A new 1970 Ford pickup truck "
was stolen early Friday night, 0y USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BONELESS I
May 1 I. from the lot at Terwil-
the legar Bradford Ford Motors Sheriff's, according Depart-to s* WITH A 53.00 Rump; Roast L6. $129PURCHASE

No arrests have been madeto
date and the vehicle Is still ,. T-Bone Steak $139'
missing, according to Deputy
John Dempsey, the Investigatingofficer. FRENCH FRIED HEAT &SERVE
The truck was taken sometime This coupon worth *LOO.u71"" ,,4E'w Fish Sticks 2'a.LBS.99c
between closing and 10 p.m Fri-
day. A Terwillegarsalesmanwho SALT /.'
returned to the office Friday 1-LB.
around 10 to show & PEPPER
night p.m. a
customer a used car found\ the 'It' .Quantity Rights R. d
truck missing. + 2.99 PRICE PKG I WINK 01X11 SlOltl. -COTTtlOHT-ltro

Mosquito War '

Begins AnewThe $1.99 WITH COUPON E : '

county's annual war on .
mosquitos began Friday, May 1 I. GROUNDBEEF '
when the Bradford Mosquito Control '\ ,
unit cranked up its fogging }' '
The entire county will be covered G This coupon worth $1.00 '. 'I\\\
including the lakes from a *> '
fogging machine mounted on a / LOIN SLICED PORKCHOPS ..
boat, will. be covered again this TWOSOUPr/ ..sLATES
summer, according to County '
Sanitarian Jack Trawick.
The floating fogging machinewas
built last year to reach
shoreline along the county's lakes
which have been inaccessible In 19 4 9
past years. Shorelines are a- $1.99 WOUPON .
mong the most heavily Infected
with mosquitos.


benefit fish fry for the Clay GOOD MAY 7 THRU AUGUST 19 CBS' a sC l I
County Library landscaping pro- This coupon worth $2.00 '.,r'" LBS. '
ject will be held at Spring ParkIn $289
Green Cove Springs Saturday VEGETABLE ',
May 9, from 4:30: to 7 I
p.m. Tickets are on sale by BOWL :r LB
Garden Club members or at local i.
and branch libraries in Clay $4.99 ""RIC !
County. The public Is invitedto I
participate In this community $2 00 VALUE; 'f a'' !
event, sponsored by the Green
Cove Springs Garden Club. 12.99 i

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DirectoryAuto Sales and Service + ti CRISCO y PIES TURKEY BEEF PIES I I Ii

P :: r 1 i

Parrish Motors ''''H .
limit Ono of Your Choice With $S 00 Purchot Excluding Ci/m.NSI I
: FIRM TOMATOES . 4 c,.... $))00 STRAWBERRIES . . 2 *",. 79 I!
SALES : KXT elautAI '''O'IT' I

j SERVICE VDL; ASTOA WHITE POTATOES . )10 :S.: 69 COOL WHIP . . 2 -. $1))00 :
PARTS ..... '0011...
Always Good Used Can ,
III Laura St. Pb. 3SMS4 r' S 9 3 CAN 49 .. DEliCIOUS APPLES . .11 99c SHOESTRING SUM JIMLOAN POTATOES 2 'Sis;: :: goo) !
CAN !! / YNrrrr.lAla .,CH S :

ELECTRIC MOTORS Orange Drink . . 2 o.u: 89" COFFEE RICH . . 4 .,NTS slot) :

PEAVY Brothers At I


Electric Motors t r tip .r r

Sold Serviced Repaired
Rewinding Generators. Starters Armature NEW 1 r t 19 69''

'PIANOS 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528


CONN ORGANS and KIMBALL GAIN Coffee' ..."T! . CAN 69C Flour . 5 :::0 49C Prestige DARLING Bread 2 LOAVES CQC V f


Detergent . 1I1, 98c Bath Tissue 4 ar: $100 Cake All FLAVORS Mixes 3 PKGS. $100

KRAfT. Limit On*Moyonnaiw Your Choic w/$3 Food Ord.r fxcluding Cigo,...i BEECHNUT STRAINED
Mayonnaise "' *3uo'" QRT 49C Baby Food 15 $1 Golden $
A ., 'as:. Corn 7 CANDST ))00

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Roosevelt ORGANS Mail-S84-H1* CLIP THESE EA --.I..I..i .XrA: ,I .I..I.-i .xrR: .1..i. .XTR....1

COUPONS FOR M*l>*' k .N. .'..... ."._._...C..N.. :1 dA_*.".'OUMM STAMPS nm VUMH4MNO .. :. I .4i1, (.*_GREEN_.__STAMPS_ .:
woaNt..aeo.e"J turn H.M
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THRU MAT II In.lanltdP. :

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Western Store :'I[ EA ::1' EXTRA: ;:,: TEXTRAREEN T: EXTRA :

: dvl..: ...GREEN.,. .' .STAMPS-K .. : .d7r.: N.N.r GREENSTAMPS o +.? ::11 ( : I dM GREEN, .STAMPS EXTRA d'x GREEN STAMPS I I EXTRA GREEN .
Wtstertt Clothing LsaULergood. > 11 II 01 ilL' "ol C1Nw.N ; vttM IMWWaM M M ... MltCMMlioi M N.N.n. -+ NN MI..NY : ..:.N.Nw ""'NMw ...Lw Lew.STAMPS rsNN., ,
*. !Saddle and! Trailer) 'I 1+., ..110. /i 1+., '''ULI''SS" LlOUIO'> 111 011 MOIl.,i II. CUPSUFflMIANO MO WOMANBQUICIOtlM .
Charles Sharon Patty :, tU,. P.YMIYi.. : .,. Spray Starch :: D'.... : U'O"CHOIC"__ "" > 130): HAMIUMIIOOOOTMIUMATIt
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official meeting: will )be held cooperate with the program to Bradford Shows Most Health auttwrltes' believe Cane Pole Fisher WO'MCIII OP IMTWWTIOW' TO

: J fend all officer> are asked to make this a ucceM.. The Junior that the. case against cigarette aJlJQISTI PIOTITIOlTIt NAM)

please be present. Sunday. Choir will sing Sunday Decline In Use smoking bas !been clearly Must Pay Fee Notice t I*to hereby Section Given 686.06 that

May 10. the Pastor and congregation Choir Mo. 2 WU rehearse :Monday Of Cigarettes proved. The tobacco! : Industry Florida;: Statute 1666. he understoneoV .:
[ Community BillOne Intend to relter. the
: Under New .
will motor! to Bald before the second and maintains however that flctltloue reams of Town "

'WIn to tender erV.ce for Her.Baker. fourth Sunday*. until further Bradford County :resident 'the, drop In sales Is due chief Country Beauty Salon, with the

I All members are askedto notice. pent an estimated $712,000or ly to the increased taxes lev- of the public's/ test baa-' Clerk and for of Bradford the Circuit County Court. Fiord In

please cooperate! with thus The pastor 3* asking the entire About $84 per smck! r orcigarettes led on cigarettes rather than tlon'a of freedom-the (right to Ida. for the purpose of enrage

-effort consregarVm! : to accompany during the paat the fear of lung cancer fish !with a cane pole without at Inc 110 In business 8. Court under 8t.8tark.said name..

News EBENEZER BAPTL91'CHURCH him to Mt. Zion South according to statewide ll :license-tell by the wayside Bradford County Florida.Mrs. \ -
I year L.. 8, William Starke. ,
Florida Senate
; I Sunday service wffl .TacIt'I Tae Clrralt: ColIt *
I voted to Impose a $3-a .
I /be concluded with Sunday 15. The service 'will !be at A 638.000 packs were consumed BI /Kth "."I..ler. Clrenlt. Of Stark. .. :Fla.thl oo-owner{ t
, By Elizabeth Glvens Walker School at. 9:45.: Wednesday p.m. We 'WU leave the church here( in 1969. Vlorldn. !. A.d For.. Bradf.raCounty. year fee for the privilege of DD. 7 *ait Pas9te. Bradford

night. May 6 the Junior Choir at 7 We asking both ; Civil Actlcm No. TB4. .such lhlne\ ..on... lake or County.: Florida
. -+- -- p.m. are !But Indications are, accordIng Mary Ell. Craig. Plain ,-u n 6trl9Llo
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rendered song service at St. choirs to sing to nationwide; statistics, tiff. v.. Andrew Hution Oral atreatn.
RECREATION NEWS are Invited to Attend. Rev. Defendant Florida Game ft Fresh Water
John. Baptist Church GOSPEL SINGING
la Law- that the !battle against. cigarette NOTICE OF SUIT TlCID
Little League Baseball practice John Haymon will be the tey. Rev. McbJey.. pastor. Prl' The Sunbeami Gcpel Slnff- : : smoking. locally and TO: Andrew Hutcon C..ahr. Fish Ocmm'sslon officialshave Notice I. hereby Liven that
la heM each Tuesday andThuraday Defendant. General. Delivery such bill the Florida Department oTranrportatlon
pe-aier. dated to get a
clay night the Senior Choir will will el// the FirstBorn the
era appear ; etawhene. Is finally showing QlovervlLle. S. C.: 10 I offerln
at S p.m. AU i bays GIRL SCOUTS 'be in charge of song service Church: of The Living You Andrew Hut on Crate through the Leg'iS1'atunt for person Interested. In expressing
Interested in playing are asked hereby notified that. a met their view. concerning the location
The regular of Girl ao but have always
meeting ..t AntiOCh Baptist Church at God on May 10 at 8 p.m. Come each of the last two years Complaint for Divorce ha. been years and design social, eoonomle .
to :register and attend the: Scout Tnooj 626 'Wdll be held 7:39. and are strong resistance by legislators. : and environmental effect
: Rev. L. D. Thomas. Pap'tor.Mrs. One Come AU, Let' enjoy The thena WAS a definite dnop \In filed axaltiat you.
practice. One has to practice each Tuesday: ) at 5 p.m. Instead ,* required to .er"o" written defending the "right" of the of State Project No. 28110-
Reynold English Lord. The is from Jack- the 1969 other the
re group cigarette tales with copy of your Anewer or 1501 and 71160-150-1. opportunity
to be a successful player. of Monday boningTuesday porter. ."R\11Ie. rate: the lowest in a. decade. defensive. pleadln. of any, to cane pole fisherman! to pursue of requesting. publlo
All etrls ages 9-17 Interested! It the Plaintiff. attorney without regulation.: hearing on said project
May 12. at Greater MT. on his: htfttby
ZION A1MK Church SCHOOL NEWS The Department: of Agriculture Philip Barton. Esquire: 100 State Project. Ho. 881103501 -
In playing Gatfiball: are askedto Allen Chapel AME: Church. AU Oalnee-. Game officials say they need deccrlb
:Rev. Ollyaird paster. Sunday All adults Interested In attending reports a. decline in the Northeast First Street and 711SO-35O1 are
register at the Recreation Girl 1 Scouts eN asked to please vllle. Florida .and 'file the or- the extra fund! to fight. pollution ed ae follow:
School 10 a.m. Morning ser Basic Adult classes at past year of approximately 240 l Clerk of the A proposed Federal Aid Pro-
Center. Tina is a healthful 'be present! and on time. vice &t 11. Lovefcat service- night may register for class** cigarettes, or 12 packs perperson move .ty'i: hC''u.rt: on or before of fresh waters, pay for State on State Road 225. from
physlcTj: tltnes weeded of May.. 1910: If noad 200 In Lawtey
activity, CHURCH ACTIVITIES the 18th day agents to enforce laws! and to
an. Communion wlU !be given Jn at !the: Vo-Tech-Anderson, in \ ( over age' 18. Americans you fall to do .o. Judgment will (Bradford County) to 8ta*.
by Greater Bethlehem Free Will the 6 p.m. service.- X&wtey I and RJE Room D-3 as a whole :reduced their bo entered. nitalnet. you for therelief istock rivers and streams. Road 1C In Clay County a distance -
DELL CHAPTER demanded In the Com- bill ilf approximately' 6.7
Baptist Church Rev. Jasper Opponents of the charged -
GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL. Monday and Wedne8da.Ynlght.l.: ttnofclng. by more than a toll- pl..lnt.Wltnu.. mile. The proposed conatruo-
Dell Che.p1e168 OES will Williams pastor.' Sunday services Rev. C. E. JenHdns pastor. Anyone Interested in earning lion cigarettes. during the year. mY hand .and the that legislatorswere/ taxing lion of this proleot. I* to pro-
!hold its regular: meeting Thursday begin with Sunday School: seal of .ald Court on April 7. Florida cnizns' for one of their vide a new 2 -foot roadway.The :
Sunday School. 10 a.m. with. la High School: Diploma may In the local area it appears: 18 70. exlstlnc rout will l be followed
night. May 7. to the Ma- at 9:30.: Morning service at 11; Mrs. P. B. Delestre! in charge.Mother1 ido so in 'these classes. You !that a sizeable number cf people (SEAL) few remaining prlvUges. into the majority. of the
combo Hall on Brownlee. Street. Evening 6 :Monday Inman chance to keep 'the rlichts-of-wsy required for the
service. p.m. The only /
Day will be observed.At may register! for the nights: have given> 'up smoking Clerk. CrcH"court. Bra4fo..4County. proposed Improvement. I* .already -
AU members. Are asked to ntsrht Choir No. 1 rehearal. bill from 'becoming: A law now .
11 a.m. Rev. R. A. King most convenient for attending. entirely. Others have been trying FloridaBY owned by the Department.
please be present ana on time.Buslnss B.ulah l\I. MoodY.D.putv possible! veto Peron deelring. a. publlo
Tuesday! night, Choir No. Presiding will depend on a
Elder IOf the East Classes will meet from 79. ; with varying. : success to Clerk. hearing. on the. above describedproject.
cf vital Importance. 2 and Ushers Board No. 2 will Jacksonville!! District. will de For informi'tlcn' call 964-6150. cut down. Law Office Of PhIU1 BartonAttorney by Gov. Claude Kirk. must ubmlt their written
EXTRAVANZA OF MUSIC meet. Wednesday for Plaintiff request to Mr. J. D. Ward.
nlyfht Prayer !liver the sermon. We are ask\ SPECIAL NOTICE In terms of 'the local population 200 Northeast First Street. district Engineer. Florida Department -
An'Extravtinza of Music wilt meeting. Thursday night Ladies ing that Florida 82601 Transportation. P.
each family: be represented. The Carnation (Social and over age 18, .smokers are Gainesville. of
be presented at Bethlehem Free Circle will meet at home ( II.T The Coa.tT ".*..!. Court O. Box: 1089. Lake City. Florid
A prize will be given Savings. Club will celebrate' Its still consuming!. an' average of I. .. 82055. no later than May 19.opportunity .
Win Baptist Church on May 7. Of Mrs! Ella Wees Shaw. Friday for the oldest .Of Estate aFredFlorida..
mother and theyoungest 19th Anniversary at 2 pm. IlK packs c f cigarettes! per per'don ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. In re: : UlI. for publics
at 8 the
p.m.. sponsored by night the Band .
Prayer deceased.Notice
mother present .Even Sunday May 10, at New Hope This ts lower offered pursueant
Bradford TTnlcn NAACP per year. File Folders, complete line oN To Creditor hearing t. being
: win meet. dng service. 6 p.m. All mem Baptist\ Church. The public is than the national rate which AU creditor. of the estate of to the Federal. Aid Hleh-
Branch. AU interested citizens flee sopplle -The Telegraph Act 23 U. 8. C. 101 .t
Saturday night at 8 '
an way
p.m. hers ranulr-
and friends are asked to cordially: Invited. averages 207 packs!! for persona Phone 9646305. are hereby. not leduand INq.. including the 18118 Fad..1Aid

over age 18. odI to file any claims. or .d.- Highway Act.
havearaln.t Enlrlne6f'
m.y 3. D. Ward. District
estate offlc.of of<< Tharrortalwl
...Id In the Florida Department

Start to collect ofTarfasia within courthouse tho County.County.Ix at calendar,8tirk.Florida.oJud..> !.*.of Florida montho In Bradford tho- t-T It II-U

youTget from the date. of the first 1>ublIc..tlon -
TJOW of this notice. Eac" fIs The CtrevU Court Rlhlh
.mutt state bathe Judicial Circuit. ImmA. Fo
wrlttngrand Bradford County; 1"10.1." ...
I'I.c. of residence and post ofaddress Ca; .* N., 740
flee or the claimant and Eula Brooklnnr" and FrankBrookinge.
.worn hislatt rnerno her husband. Plain
antthis agent. tor tiff., v*. Early B. Thomas. .tal.
It will become void accord'Ong Defendant. .
to law. Notice Of Suit For PartitionIn
April 8th 1170.Dena The Name Of The State
F. NorueDENA Of Florida. :
i F. HOOIJE To the. Defendant:
or-sEdeceased. Zella. Green Blankenehtp.. Vlrirll -
FdeTh mas. Blankennhlp, Leila Dunn.
First publication on April letto.Ift70. Wesley H. Dunn. Perry Thorna -
Leon Johnson Jo Ella. Sapp.
Alice flapp. Johnny Sapp and
,0-m"dN"rtirleTr"", ,, Avenue James Sapp. If alive, or If
fltarke.. Florldn' nOn dead. to hi* or her unknown
Attorney for Petitioner 11NOTJ11I ; heirs, devisee., legatees." or grantees -
u -
and all other persons or
parties. claiming >by through
under or against them. ; And toiAll

nEIUFF'S OP MALE I cfW.1II.; : persona right, title having or
or any
}. iI: NoU" I. h..r"bV !rtv..n. otBre.rord Interest. In and to the followInir .
i -vWTA Yours. 1 P D. faddish sheriff. described property -ltuat I
.; : ... .. ; County. Florida.Writ unfd..r ed In Bradford County, FlorSWti -
er virtu. of .
and byExecutlnn Ida
"::' .\f... i t !" t XfN1. toI wit: : ilf the of mVU t'f Section 1.
a Execution I Issued out Township I .Rang 21

/ #i ''fir' ;. .- for only tF this week, :IKhth&or!: Dradford Judicial County Circuit. udllem..nL Florida Court. Ja"t..YOII., and each of you. are

pursuant to a Final Products. Jnc.. notified. that a suit to partitionthe
Watkins above described
for andferrmon .
.' Corporation been filed against, you and
F orelgn .nd
Clarence. 111. Le. are required to serve a
Rfullsized dinner plate }" So Lee. Doten In. you copy of your answer to the

.i/l1.J the with amount cots of of 1\,381.80 oou..cllon.. In mYOpe..lon torney.complaint on Terry the Plnlntlff's McDavld. 400 at

.and have Street. Lake
Hare. .el.ed deecrlbed North Marion
f01l0wln. and 'file the orl-
.. the to City. Florida,
of r personal f'Op.rty. lfnthe nCircuitfCourt the bek
on or
ai -( rT' '''li wlti 1,188: scellaneou.. Watkln.Products fore June 6. 1970; otherwisethe
.allegations of the complaint -
'. .. ... .. As the "roo.rty of the above will be taken. as oonfees -
: 2 that
It. and
''iWJ'" '>>. yarned defendants the 18th daY. bt'M"y. This notice shall be published.
'P'i\ M..nd"Y
\ on
la10. .t twelve o'c\ock. noon. of Jnc each week for four conseOullve -
premises Bradford
\ weeks In the
F the
day on
Bald' I willoffer
f >*.: Bradford. for sale County.and sell til the County Dated rII'Zrhh'day" of April

1..jr g "Ilfh""t thous" hidden. describedhesafnrenaldnEx.rutlon forrat" prprtY hAnd.. 1910. Inm.n n. Green

t satisfy Clerk of Circuit Court
Bradford County Florida
P. D. ReAdlah $hel ny Beulah M. Moody

.4 \ '' Bradford County ?Hd"t .... Deputy Clerk tot I.U

f-aw' : j -, NOTIOS OP TAX IALS

Nonce le h.r.b, "Siren, th.t on the 2nd day of Jun. 1970 ..t Lowt:.r,
.. county or Bradford, at.t of rloride. Tn 3.1. esrtittelse mil be told
.. on the following d..ort >.d lend to p"y the Mount duo for t.x.. h.relnset
oppoilte the seine. together with Ml oonte of such ..!. end nil dOoiorlptlon -
< of r r Tn.Moue. of
I fri
.. r Land O..r and Coots

Lot 6 Block 7 :: T W R 0001.'" 30.10

i 4 Aorsa in NW Cor It of Nat of NUi J ( Will to.60

"V Lot 3 ott' SID last or naN J I Wall 2.60
e ,. dr 66.66' of Bit ItDlag. .; ,.Clifton: Prswtt 19.60

s Lot 7 exoapt. I 200' and Con.
% aw Cor: Dla. Lot 7 E on Sao Line to
Q' Hwy 200. 3 400' W to FOB aloant I, '
200 Doris Drown) 2".1'

B 10011fI.1 Marvin Ro.l.r 87.35

.r .
Bag at pt 70' W of NW Cor S'. St
6 Laka Ave N 60' W 30' 3 60' to
L.". Are I 30' to Hog Harrln Roil T 29.05


Lot 9Ut .Arthur Thornton 19.85
.. '
Joy.. spell 9.85
or Lot IDA
these serving pieces at real savings
Lots 8, 9. 10. 11. 12 sit 13 Klnnl Johnson

on our "Weekly 'Feature*schedule Raid 11.20

Lot 7 Blk 13 Johnnl ro lor 1.60

Lot 2 aID Lot 13 .".:...,annual. ; Radtok 1.60Corn

SJ Cor Lot 15 run Nly alon WB4ry
"" The dinner plate will start your Lot 15 200' to Baa Nly W Bdry
62.73' ay "5 Ill y 165 to B.s ..Joyoo rfalkerO ,.eo
4. set of fine, translucent china. JUST FOLLOW THIS SCHEDULE .
Lot. 12. 13 aID Blk 16 si I 350'
'y' Fantasia China is designed with -. .- of Lot 13 (, <*o. Brown

A classic elegance. Traditional rim __ DATE .f- "PIECWE PRICE at or B 75' of 1/115' of 3 27'"'
Welter Handar'son -
shape is edged in gold. The 39a Bill 17 16.30
May 7. 13 \

c pattern in a soft green with _. (0 0... U Cor Lot IB t of Or Hi 3 1
+ subtle floral accents in red and 27'"* I 210' N 77t' a 9"I 60' 'f:
M'J, .a May 14 20 FRUIT DISH 3ge 4 94' J 120 to bet hohert Austin '.80

blue will enhance finest .
,1 -- -
'a'+ your 'T- -- -
Lot 125' &*W or 104' N6S Lot 17 Habifl and MronJ..ln.
a R 0. l table service. Buy one piece May 21 27 BREAD & BUTTER PLATE 3ge 2.20

y -- -- .. -- -- 17' Mabal and Aaron
.tta with a $3.00 purchase two W 160' of N 376' Lot
Janklns 3.20Co.
a with a $6.00 purchase etc. May 28 Jun. 3 CUP 39s''r

.q,4 --- .___un .. 14 Cor Blk 17 Hun N 100' for
4 4 No coupon, no limit. -3ge B... I. HO' N 171' 4 HO' 3 171*' 1" tint. rseten
Jun. 4. 10 SAUCER tat ".0'

c. VVVYVVVVVVVVVVVOpen Lot 27 T J Aldaroxn 1.60
,. Lot 29 Lester Randolph< 9.HJ
Stock GuaranteedIi"
.rfl of M ))5' Lot 30 Leatar Randolph< 2.10

That'srghtOpenetockwill, EXCLUSIVELY AT
S 165 Lot 32Lots Jasils Las 3-rb.r 2.10
continue, to be available. lora .'
V Id. nutliarford, ".10
i .
kl nd 45
minimum of three
years. V
5 A E
No replacement worries A T 1 Lot 224' Ntl on I und 257 H6S
on 4 by 100' UH In Lot l 42 1 Allna and M t
L" 12.30

4 I 1 <.. Lot >43 J34na14 Jonasf 6."5JsSBla

these Cox .. pt 900' k of 3t: Cor Lot 52 '
Clip and use Coupons Start Now To Complete Your Set 450' N 300' :41y M pt 400' 3 of lOndolph )..80Co.
itt Cot Lot 51
.* 3t Cor Lot 52 N 18.21' d 100'
d 4 4 It 100' M 70' t'ttmor.11-
A 3 70 *
.1..... 1". 30

OOOO M4r 9 TH U AUdUIV If 000.e.Y/t.U.AUOU"It OOOO MAT fHIU AbOUtT I* 'I j Jonas U.AOUnltsd
/ Paaroe
This coupon worth 1100 ThIS coupon wOlrlt 11.00 1 r ThIs coupon worth *2.00 i" Lot 53

., Con. Ins II Lin end 'By h/4 ...."- .
SALT TWO SOUP VEGETABLE red p.r. tl Ah in)' for POt, a I105'
t on 3 tin talk 57 325' N
& PEPPER ... PLATES BOWL .. Banding
P-r t. hn 105' to b>
Co. 25.50Let
,, ,. .,' .1 '".
$2.99- 2.99 14.99e''CI 2 Ott's ;J/D no.,. Johnson 5.60

MOOS MOO '., ',- .. 12.00 YAL"N,: Lot 0 Ott's SID 3. Drown. 2"."

1 t i 11.99 .>I'H I
ia.:c 12.99 couoo..
Nrs. bthal krddlsh
<, ..111
5-7 t '
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} t Dying In Many Areas I


: moss is accompanied by a
of some bird popula-

; Mrs.." John Bird, president of I

Cemetery.:8 i Southeastern, Inc., believes Environmental that sul II

oxides and nitrogen oxides,
off by Industrial smoke-
In Jacksonville, is trans- r I
southward by prevailing
and accounts for the dy-

For moss.the past eight months, I.

agents over Florida have .
submitting moss samples :::":.
the University of Florida for
. Festoons ; ; : but so far no one has come ::
Crosby Lake ; ; with an answer to the prob- I ?::
-.--..--... ..-.-- of Foods and Agricultural Sci- lem. The mystery deepens as r ( :}
ences, suspects that the lead state laboratory tests indicate :
odde from automobile exhausts that moss in not dying of indus-
might be fatal to moss, but adds trial flourides. Tests have shown n+ trs
that there Is no definite proof. that healthy moss sometimes toI
"We know that lead arsenics contains 15 to 20 times more I
Our editorial. and copper salts kill the plants fluorides as do the sickly sam- ;
that resist cold as far north as ples. Some of the healthiest moss
the Great Dismal Swamp In Vir- observed grew close to factor- ; I
ginia," Dr. Hetrlck said. "Mossis ies in Putnam and Duval Coun-

not a parasitic plant, but gets ties.Much
all of its nutrients from the air, dead moss is observed in
I Point of f view j J since it has no roots. It is cov- some of the old oaks around f:
ered with tiny hairs that gather Starke, while that in other trees

i chemicals-- nitrates, phos- looks healthy enough. Most moss
i phorus, and potash-- from float- is observed in many trees a- :
Ing dust." round the Lake GenevaKeystoneat !' (
The growing moss blight apparently Kingsley Lake appears to be
cuts a 50-mile swath as fresh as ever, while dead
from Nassau County; at the Flo- moss Is observed in many trees
rida-Georgia line, southward around the Lake Geneva-
through Duval County; and south- Keystone Heights area, and in
Much To Gain Or LoseThe westerly through Central Florida the big cypress trees along San-
to the Fort Myers area on ta Fe Lake. ,
the Gult. Is dying moss restricted to
"The situation is getting Florida?
tragic incidents of Monday, in But it is wishful thinking to hope worse," according to Duval "It looks that way," accord- .

which four students at a northern that loss of the Cambodian sanctuaries County; agricultural agent Ed AlIen Ing to Allen. "We have no reports ,
college died as a result of being would cause the enemy to seek an "and people are more con- of occurance in other Southern -
cerned than ever about the .
fired upon while demonstrating against early end to the war. North Viet- tery. Some fear that the deathFarmers Spanish states. moss drapes from '
President Nixon's decision to send nam has other means of getting sup

troops into Cambodia, dashed hopes plies and men into the south, primarily -

that the American people would take through Laos. And there is

this latest development in the Vietreason to doubt that the sanctuaries

nam war with calmness and restraint. in Cambodia can ever be completely : :
neutralized. We haven't had any rain for
In aid Cam- some time now, and already peo- '
deciding to give to the
in Jacksonville and else-
bodian Government, and move allied The great danger, of course, is that where up in this area are talking ; I

forces against North Vietnamese will now be very difficult to avoid about the terrible drought we ,
Viet Cong sanctuaries in Cambodia further activity and deeper involvment are having. While the spring n

Mr. Nixon has placed himself and the in Cambodia, and there will be greater crops planted around here no
doubt could stand a good rain,
nation upon a course of action in dissension in Congress between hawks
we hope that we will not have
which a great deal could be gainedand doves over the question of where any more floods in the near

or lost. the Cambodian action might lead. future until the repair work on
the county's graded roads is

In making this fateful decision, which While we would not seek to quell completed. Some roads have been By Sam McGarvey\ ;
repaired, but there is a lot of
followed weeks of top-level discussion this in
Congress or on
work still to be done. little and
a money every year
held in extreme secrecy, the President the street, we can only hope that it he cited that fact that in 50
tells us that this widening of the war will be carried on in a thoughtful years he'd had berries, only one :; I

across the Cambodian borderisnecesand restrained manner, free from the year did he fail to make money.
sary to protect American troops and tragic incidents that needlessly cost There are still some berries However, times have changedand
proceed with the scheduled withfour lives around on a U-Pick basis, but whereas a man could planta
the plants are giving out and patch of berries on a rela-
those who want to get some fruit tively low Investment, today the
for canning or preserves had farmer must invest thousands of )
better act within the next weekor dollars and sell a loft, so. A number of growers ''before reaching the break-even; t : j ;''

Ten You along SR-225 west of Lawtey point. :
Things Can DoHow as well as in other sectionsof lion.'C
the county; still have signsup .e .
advertising for U-Pick cus-

long is your expected life span? tomers. It used to be a joy to ride
Three score and ten? ical controls for eradicating pests. around Bradford County and see
the pretty countryside, but today ;
5) Elect conservationists you can't ride far without com-
to office
If strong measures aren't taken soon ask all candidates : to a grower last week ing upon an ugly Illegal dump-
to protect the environmental healthof for public officeto and verified what we've been ing ground, with trash and gar-
the Nation some scientists say express their views on environmental hearing all along, that the season bage littered around. The authorities -
control. ending now has been one are well aware of the
that life expectancy by 1980 will be of the poorest in terms of finances problem and are studying meansof ,

only 42 years. 6) Support stronger laws and their that berry farmers have catching and punishing the
had for a number of years. No: offenders who pay no attention
enforcement. In
Whether or not this is an exag- many places conserva- facts or figures are available, whatsoever to signs posted which
geration, it is obvious that such thingsas laws have been on the books for but production has been rated at forbid Indiscriminate dumping.
decades but have not been enforced. "about half a crop" and on that
air poisons wastes and
water basis the growers must have a c e
litter affect our health, and will con- 7) Support mass lost money, or at best, barely
tinue to affect the health of future transportation: join made expenses. All of which reminds us of the
car pools, and remember the WWII
generations.Ten case of the farmer whose pro-
slogan "Is this "
trip necessary? aceWellknown perty was used as a dumping
ground by a city dweller. The
things that each do
person can 8)) Eliminate excess packaging: when farmers like the farmer got so mad he loadedup
about environmental health were pre- you buy a product with double pack- late Tim Blackburn used to say a lot of the trash and garbage -
sented by conservationist, Mrs. Paul aging write that a man could raise berries hauled It to the home of
manufacturer :
Bird, at a meeting of the Keystone and ask and be sure of making at least the*city slicker and dumped It

Heights Woman's Club last week: them to eliminate the extras. t T !: { !! !

9)) Teach conservation in. schools ::::::;:::::::;:::::::::::;:::e:::::::::::;:::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;:::;::::::
1)) Talk about it: learn all the facts : \
There has been a law in
about pollution that you can, and tell this effect since a RANCH I j;
others, to get more persons concerned. have been 1929, but no monies ; FARM AND .... ]
to back it up.
rl, By George: T.COUNTY Iluggins x j1
2)) Recycle natural resources: don't 10) Practice AGENT
controls in
buy no-deposit no-return bottles and
Extension Service ::1:
your own families: if you desire more Agricultural }
containers make that trashis ::
; sure your ::
than two children, adopt.
disposed of properly and not thrownin :1
':&::-KfffftftffffVfi-::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
yards or along roadsides. Make Mrs. Hard
suggested these :
compost heaps of organic waste and as waysan
use it for fertilizer. individual or a club can get start- IMPORTANT: CORRECTIONI these varieties If you are Interested -
ed on upgrading the environment. Do hope everybody who read this .
you care enough about your physical column last week will read this
3)) Han DDT and chlorinated
surroundings next paragraph. BELIEVE IT OR NOT:
now and in the future
carbonated pesticides use safe insecticides You hear that expression when
; to do something about it? Misspelling a word or leavingout (
but store them carefully. a word can change the mean- there is a possibility of seeing
ing of the entire thought. By omit something very outstanding and
4)) Use biological rather than chem- If sonow is the time to start. ting the word NOT gave the impression very unusual. This Is what will ;
that last growing sea- happen when you visit the 10th ;
son was favorable for TioRa Annual Flower Show, May 14,
Strawberry plants. All our grow 15, and 16, at the Florida State
ers know that last season was Prison. This Flower Show is
NOT favorable. Excessive mois- presented by inmates enrolledin
ture and temperature was dam- the Ornamental Horticulture
aging to all our strawberry section of the school. In this (
plants and especially the Tioga ornamental work they are train-
If' variety Some growers are dis- ed under the direct supervisionof
The Bradford County Th'flma couraged and have said that they M.B. Jordan and Stanley Craw
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED ilJllI will not set another Tioga plant. ford. I will stand ready for cor- ;
i In all areas where the Tioga has rection, but until I am corrected -
$ been grown reports have been I will say that this is the
I 1879 .... \I: that it is a top yielding straw- most unusual and most complete
ffht!Dibit berry. Flower Show held in the State

I Unless!' one is born anew? he I had a report a few days ago of Florida.
0f I cannot see the kingdom of that Tioga would be in the heavy This year they are featuring"Ferns" ,
\, MLM/I majority next season in the Plant I used to think thata ;
Cod.-(John 3:3)),
: Lily was a Day Lily and
I City area. This may be just Day
FLORI A ES5 Day-to-day living! can assume one case, but the report also there was only one variety. I ;
I new proportions if we said that one grower with 15 know now that there are more !
ASS 0.I TONr will but discard hidebound acres of Tiogas made more mon- than a hundred varieties of Day '
}prejudice and biased judgment.Let ey than he had ever made before Lilies. Right now I do not !know ; !
us!' keep our vision clear with 1,900 flats per acre how many varieties there are
yield. of ferns. You visit the Show and
and unclouded and our mind We still think you should con- find out. There will be ten divi- !
open to new ideas. An entire sider giving Tioga priority place sions in the Show and In each !
E. L. -MATTHEWS: Editor
new vista may be unveiled re- for next season. Be sure that division there will be 35 to 40 (: ;
Published each, Thursday and entered as Second vealing that which may have this consideration also is for different species of that plant. !
Class Matter al the I'nst t Office at SUrkc. Florida been hidden previously. Castoff FLORIDA-grown plants. We will There will also be little special
1 under Art of March :3rd. 1879. the invisible shell of dull not discuss other varieties now. arrangements that you will stopto /

Suburriplion In trader area; 1 Sear, $5.00; Outside complacency and a bright, Some look good and could well look at.
have a place in As leave the exhibit you
you '
trade arca 1 year, 55.50 shining panorama will be re you program.
vealed. We will be glad to talk about will have the opportunity to en- ( ; .
of 39 acres burned.


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For Mrs. WolTe \'h.": ;, ,i",'.'t\\ xt.ithi'' : <,.<. ;'/, f., fJ ,,,,,.< ._ '
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AT THE LIBRARY Bradior4 Mtfd'e Sohcol can- In Dayton, Ohio :%rft: f<,, '\,fJ1ttl:';::t.,, ,, ,?:f> )'. -%.;,,
celled: ''t.he "U' Academic program "'''ffi 1;" ''''" 'i'1t1O "' 'tAJ > tlJ.*.'\ rffIJ >AI fjC'1t'1 ."
IS : 1, 'f"
v last Fry': as Team 3 Mr Laura Patton' Wolfe. t ,4 4t ,.(.f.fX'" ".$'f";" '.< '<";. ;' <.-< '.:t'' "," ''< d. l'{ :"' .f.,.".,.. ".'i ."f<. .'' T
And Team 6 were on asld of Carrolltan. Ohio! died Sunday ".".'$" .;):: ;: t' ':':: :/" "
ADULT FICTION trp.! Team 3 went to Six Gun in Bradford County; Hospital : I
Doctors And Wives--Slegel; Terr.toy s.:td: Tam 6 'went to after a. short illness. She -
The Doctor's Two Llves--Sel- St. Augustine. ted been visiting her" daughter
fert; A Pagan Place-.O'Brien; Team 4 really enitoyed their :Mm. 'Mary Lou SUurllng.. of PRESBYTERIAN
Losing Battles--Welty; Kindergarten trip to Six Gun Territory on ZAWtey: lor the past four CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST School 9:45: a.m.Morn-
Sunday ,
125 Northwest Law-
--EtOnger. we found plax,:: DAY SAINTS Highway Bible Study 10 a.m.;
April 21. ths weeks.A LATTER Sunday: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn 11 Youth
Worship, a.m.
School lOaon.Morning Ing
'to (be much larger than It 'was native of Kentucky, she 1404 E. Bessent Bead tey. Sunday Morning Worship and Communion ing Worship, II a.m.; Evening FellowshIp 6 Choir Prac-
ADULT NON-FICTION the last. tme: we went. There was born July 18, 1897 and SundayPriesthood 8:30 aon. Service Worship 6:30Rev., 11:15.: Sunday R.L. Bennett Night Service, 11 a.m. Evening. services Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Prayer tice, Wednesday pan.8 pan.
Helping Children With The were more rides and more had lived In the Dayton. Ohio Sunday School, 10 turn. Sacra- 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday. -Rev. Robert D. Burch
Mystery Of Death--Reed; The things to see. I Uilnk: the area for many year ment 6 pan. pastor. Worship service -Rev.J.C. Saunders, pastor.
Flowering Of The Renaissance teachers as well as the stu Besides! her daughter Mns. MondayMia 7:30 pan. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P.; Bell. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH

Cronin The Spotted; The New Sphiiufe-Adamson Heart--Boylan; dents enjoyed lh trip. If you Starting, ahe it survived. by TuesdayPrimary 4:30: pan. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Highway 100-A

The Life Of Mozart--Fischer-; ever want to spend a day having three other daughters! Mr. WednesdayRelief Society: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday9:45 a.m. Sunday 10 a.m. Morn
Modem Leather Design Will-, come good' ol3 fun go to Laura Frey. Mrs. Barbara,! Little 7:30 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Pre- HAM.tU.UQUUilBIS'nAN; CHURCHStmday School 11 aon. Morning Wor- Sundayp, 11. Training Union.
cox Profiles And Portraits- OfAmerican Six Gun Territory you won't and (Mrs Sandra Dowfcr. Dean Hansen, Branch President Services (Booster Band, Young School 10 aon. Morning ship 6 pun. Training Union 7 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8.
; Presidents--Bassett regret It. all of Dayton: five son, one o People, and Prayer Service), 6 Worship, II a.m. Evening, p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 8
Folklore Of The Great West--; On Monday April 27. all the sister.' 29 grandchildren and JORDAN MISSIONARY pan. Evening Worship, 7 pan. Worship, -James Shaw pas' Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser- p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy pastor.
Greenway; A History Of The students who made, the Princi 11 greatgrandchildren.Funeral BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Service Wednesday, tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday
World's High Performance para Honor Rail the past nine services and burial U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- 7:30 p.m. E.R. Bowers, D.D., night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
''Weeks receive: a certificate in Dayton Ohio. DeWltt Sunday School 9:30; Training
Cars--Hough The Million Dollar 'Were pastor.
; tee Frees Drive In, Sunday BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
from Mr. Jacel. The presentation Funeral Home C. Jones
Pearson The
Bugs-- ; Mighty, School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER FLA AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH
11 Worship
Mighty Amazon--St. Clair; Sur- 'was made on closed circuit in charge of local arrange vice, 11 aon. and 7 pan. Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun- Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; 7 ship a.m.Prayer; Meeting 7:30
vival And The Bomb--Wlgner; :: TV. meets Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes HOPE 1)APTIST.CHllBCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship. 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.p.m.;
Poems Of The Vikings--Terry; Camilla Gassett"Look (Highway 100 at Theressa) Superintendent. Training(;: ning Worship, 7p.m.;Wed. Prayer Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
The New York Times Chronicle day.Leroy Olive, pastor, E.L. Sunday School- 10 a.m., Morning Union, 6:45 p.m. Lowell Doug Meeting and Bible Study, 7
Of American Life--Phillips; Calvin'J. Crews Griffls, associate pastor. Worship- a.m.; Training las Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
How To Buy A House--Moger; Union- 6:30 pan.; Evening Worship 11 .a.m.. 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, G.F. Prevatt, pastor. 1:veryont Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -
The Confederate NegroBrewer Services Held DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 7:15: p.m.Wednesday music director Welcome. Worship, 11 a.m. Training
; Creative Crafts For Today- BROOKER Night Prayer Ser-
Union, 7 Evening Worship
BrookerCalvin pan.
Porte hmouth. At Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle 8 pan. Wednesday night service
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
JUVENILE FICTION p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School,
J. Crews, 75, of Brook- -L.L. Parker, pajlltor.
The Misunderstood Worship,
Skunk- died 2 Rev. Lacy Conway pastor. :45ingWorsM a.m.Morn 9:45 aon. Morning
er Saturday, May ,
Hess; Crocodile And Hen.- the Veterans Administration GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH >, Training Union, a.m. Evening Service 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCF
Lexau; The Snow Baby--Hilbert. Hospital at Gainesville after an CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth GroupMeetlngSunday6:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -
r. extended illness 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service: 7:30.: p.m. Worship, 11. Training Union,
JUVENILE NONFICTIONWorking -I don't want to talk Mr. Crews was a native and 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.
With Sounds--Cathe- to Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: pan.Rev. .
any tape recorder want lifelong resident of Brooker. He
rall; Fishes--Woods, to talk to him personally!" was a retired farmer, a member Y.W. Kldd, pastor. -----------------------------------

of the Brooker Baptist ASSEMBLY OF GOD r -- .. ,.... ,
Church, and a veteran of World FIRST ,'i' '.y"
War I.Surviving. OF .,"
West Weldon St. and Ralford 'y ', >,'n It f
are one son, Don Road .' ,-'x." < ..
Crews of HlghSprings;and three : /'
grandchildren.! Sunday School: 10:00: a.m.11:00: t J
a.m. C.A. Services: 7:00: p.m. : Jt
3 p.m. Sunday services In the were Brooker held at Evangelistic Services.No Mid-Week I T : Jt II t
Baptist Church with interment Wednesday: II
In Dedan Cemetery.Homecoming. Service. t
Pastor: T.E. Gllly e ,wI
I t

633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services 4fl't
I ": t
Hope Baptist : Sunday School, 10 a.m.

Sunday, May 10 Preaching, 11 a.m. Training <&1"I t
Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship -
Hope Baptist Church atTheressa : 7 pan. Everyone welcome,
It 'will have Its annual -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastel I

Homecoming Service on Sun-
day, May 10. Services will be- CHURCH ,.
gin 'With' Sunday School at 10
Sunday Scholl 9:45 a.m., -
a.m., and Morning Worship at Worship 11 a.m.. Youth Ser 4 f I

at 11, 12:30.with: dinner on 'the grounds vice 5:30 p.m., Evening Worship, Y %n r.- ....I- --i I II
During the morning-\ Worship Thursday nl,.M PI'llYer' M.**-
all mothers will be recognized. ing 7:30 P.m.Ivy Luke Pastor
:with corsages \being presentedto I .ACrown mother I II

the oldest mother present, NORTHSIDE BAPTIST I /or I
the youngest mother present, CHURCH
and the mother with the most Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ; I

h children present. Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- You, as a Mother, are honored by your children on a special day Mother's!
The pastor and congregation ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training I
.A.contemporary :woliei.CviBio": '* Invite all) who will to come Union, 7:30. Day. How the little things they make for you with their own small hands please

PRESENTED BY and fellowship with than. ThursdayTeachers and Of- you and warm your heart.It I
ficers Meeting, 6:30. Prayer I I
CHOIRFIRST Meeting 7:30.Edward .
YOUTH C. Harvey, pastor warms and quickens the heart of God when you honor Him on His special I

BAPTIST CHURCH CLASSFOR ST. MARKSEPISCOPAL I day. "Remember the Sabbath Day, to keep it 'holy" Exodus 208. Worship God I

Starke Florida CHURCH on this next Sunday in the church of your choice. We should honor our loving
EVERY PURPOSEMirrors 9:45: Church School I
Heavenly Father even as we expect our children to honor us.
Holy Eucharist 1st Sunday
\T U a.m. ,
May Morning Prayer 2nd; :3rd & Attend church on Mother's Day. ,
'lJ"'ltcl.el eeitatiefMay FOR EVERY PURPOSE 4th Sundays 11 a.m.


SHEA'SGLASS Ihf hunk I ll God I oppoinltd, ogt IO e"tm'8OoP'I' tar man and ol'Hll demand for mm to respond to Idol l I..i by b>ln| hh Mighkw Without I
elL A/a mlllJoI [ CO. LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH Ihil grounding In the k>.t ol God, .. gonrnmtnt or witty" or nor ol lilt will longptrttvtri 9. II I
; 172.4315 -IT2-4JS1 Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; end itif h.d omt which wo hold to dtor will, Intvltobly ptrlih Anion, ivtn /i.: 1 : '
1)11 N.W. 4th '''c. Morning Worship, 11 a.m.! Eve- I from a itlflih point, el 'low, ont should wpport 'the Church lot the uki ol tho wtlloriol .::; b. ,
Gel".vllle ning Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Mid- himvill and Mi lam II,. feyon Mini', ho...... .<..? pawn ha.1d I uphold and par- Q
&7t /Allie 4 'dtdccdt'u itrled, week Bible Study, Wednesday, 'Iklpoli in ,tho Church bear it lolli 'Iho 'truth' about';' mon'i lilt, fain and dittlny, the f'h t

7:30: pan truth which olono will Ml, him'has to ll.t at a ihiM ol Cod, Col.mon AH.. i.r 1\.1 ,
Be In church Sunday.
Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor _- -- ,.

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: Sunday School 9:45.: Morning BRADFORD
Worship, 11. Youth Choir Prac- JEWELRY SUPPLIES, Inc.
t tice, 4:30. Youth FellowshlpSup- ABSTRACT CO.
5:35 Training Union 6:15: ;
1 per WMU Prayer; Circle 7:15; Eve- Official Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
Better Service For Your
worship, 7:30.:
ning Paint
Complete SuppliesBULOVA
WednesdayRA, GA, Sun- Keepsake
Title Problems
beams, YWA, Mission Action WATCHES and Sporting Goods
'k b"rJL'1' Group. Bible Study Group 6:30.: Abstracts
p3i I Prayer Meeting, 7:30: ; Church 142 W. Call St. Starke
Choir Practice, Deacons Meeting Title Insurance "Check With Us First"Phone
8:30.Denton Sumrall pastor 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 219 Washington St. 9645270FAULKNER


Sunday. School, 9.45: : MornIng -
Worship at 11: Training Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231 GULF SERVICETire
Union, 6:15: : Evening Warship
7:30: ; Youth Choir Immediately Tire TrulngHeadlight (j
following evening service.
Monday Trustees meeting Adjusting 4$ U-HAUL RENTALS
Choir Practice: c:>
5:30: ; Youth
Brake Service ::.-;.:: :. Truck Trailer
7 pen Lcttl Moon Group

meets at church. 7:30.: Wheel Balance and Complete Lubrication
Tuesday Helen
Group meets at church. 9:30: Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 Minor Tune-Ups
n.m. Ida Darby Group meets
:at !home cf Mrs Dea Wilson: PROMPT ROAD SERVICE 1011 N. Temple Avenue
Lorena Epperson Group meets
st home cl Mrs. Oarl Mathews AU Minor Repairs 24IIR. WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 961.5899

3 p.m.: Junior Choir, primary 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100
Choir 3:35: ; Junior GA 4:15: :
Ethel Biggs! Group meets at 410 S. Temple Starke
home of :Mrs. Thelma Lewis, BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

rOt Mrs. T. B. Harding, 7:30.:
tog RA Meeting 6:30: ; Teach ONTROL
PHONE TO ACCOMMODATE era and Officer Meeting 7:15: ; Grocery and Market
HARD-OF-HEARING fAMILY'MEMBERS sYSTEP/l Thursday Annie Armstrong Groceries Meats Feed A OIIMI.U D

Prayer Group 10 ajn.Visitation. .

Friday Youth Choir Practice tut. Take tae dr9dgery\ out Jack and Gladys Edwards 539 E. Call St.
Starke Fla

BUTTON -W. A. Hogan, Pastor. FOsmS.PAVftOU. U. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE


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65-2-A In sw Cor or SOl: ar SEt m of Bit H 210 for FOB, N )971-31--Baq a 96 Cor o N8t of
ar Old Pub Rd 2.* 7 21 2 Vand.lla H 105'. 9 420', 'N 15' NNS Ran N Ff' N 100'. S 7S'. 5210-A..Coa 3W Car of Int of at Bd
J......11 5.06 '1'0 FOB 9 6 12 anoaACoPie- B 100' To FOB 29 6 aa Jo.oph 1.'eR' 100 13 In NBi or sot Run Wly

1177--Com. 520' N of IS Cor or Lot 11. 1 OI'Ht1O 6'.58 On a Bdrr" of Rd 18 to Int of W
60. Hun W 101.*', N208' B 101.*', Bdry" of RIll RA FOB, Cant Wly On
of s\ 1l9)60'" II ot $2
ot w 1Q.5' 001' ot
8 208' To POB 13 j 22 Henry" W 29.84 21"8--11)9.5' Sao Bdry 200' Sly .20! Ely 200' N
ot Slit ot Nil; Sot 00 Or 801 15 6 22 2 John IJ Dunl' 1".10 29 t Run N* 2.8 Por :A POB< 'Tnn 20' To POB 35 7 22 Bobby Joe Hall 7.88

1189--That Part or B/ of SEt: of 3'ii Bun FOB4tl W 360 S *78' S Jl>O'211"BII.
of SOl; Lying. S or HB A W or Or1210B .. 100 N of S3 Cor of To 19 6 2' Rob..... A Marian 525-A--Lo 46 on Pin. of CrystAl"
84 1" S Z2 I ".l'l'en' I A 2A Tract In Slit} of NW| of Manning 65.1lf Lak. Ho.oite. Luthur. R MoDow-
N 100' W 100' S 100',
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Bishop 19.09 S 100' To FOB 16 6 22 Thomas Oft 181--00m At NW Car of Ins of WMLND all 1.3
count 1 Co 7.28 iit A Hy Run Nip Along. WMLND St
--1-A In SB Oor of Lot 35 15' Z2 1 Ro..ll PI'.u 4,88L223That 85' To FOB, Coot NLX Along. St 5260--Lota 70 a 72 on Pin on

417' :11": 12.5'. 81" Crystal' L.k. R D Attarbury. ,
2i7"-C--B.g 100' w or sj cor or zs: ;, ?
Port of Lot. 35 A 59 or of FOB 29 6 22 Arthur H Norris :Ill 1B.9
Brae In Jot NW4 ,
Which lira N .4 U of St M 125
Alt Then N 100' W 100' S Mr.. s.. 121. "
Ex Efi.ainant. .. and Ex: Far da.o "Floyd A O..h.l'_ I 02--I.ot. *1 .* *3 on Oak of
6 .
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100' S 100' to B>
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s ioo> A I sx r Ditoh w or R/wor

-- Ei or sat of NJ; 16 6 22 10 Unlt.d '"". 3t Rd 200 A N or Lawle A S or 5)08--1.0" 50 a 52 on Ok of Cry.-"
1-A W or Or Rd of Lot 22 In \ '.1 LeNa Ronaalta. L Gibson 17.89
1252-- flnnno. ",68 alee Pltohell OR 64-99 32 6 22 8 111I. .. Mltohall *
Woodlawn 18 5 Z2 1 Olli. Br..r )0.28
01. .. MoNaaly 12.15
5315: --Lot 62 on Oak of Cryatal
446,8' S of 3.V Cor of
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of SU 3 B/W of ih voo
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539--Lot 8,50,52 On Crystal"
W 210.3' W 125' To
31 } Dag .
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of 22 5 Z2 10 Edna ;
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22.01 Si ior FOB W 210' N 5370--Lot 8 On Pal. of Crystal
2222-A--Com. 81 Cor or or NH TB210'nTo FOBS
160' To 210' 32 6 22 Prank Chandler Lake Uona.ltaa lat Mtg Corp of
of N 1J8" W 31.18
U of Blk ExS S.o 3Ej ,
1)62--B 112Pt" of Lot I Stuart 64.98
50 Pt" In Lawtay W of "Ry Bus.,. R FOB Ex Nly 20' for lid 16 6 22 a .....u.
J 6.68
stall SnR 162.10 .? <, n-, jlil- ) .,
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1377-A--Lot 6 of Blk 7 in LawtayW ,,11'' I i I.. .1 .m jlJl \
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1401-11--11 66.66 of BIN lit In Law.tay "279--NWi of NWi of asi: BX Per Jemae MoHeely 12.28 W 105', M 105'. t 105' To FOB

W of "Ry Clifton N. Sold A Sx Lot Daao OR Bk 20 Pg Bas Far Prop for Hou.. on
...... 2271-B-B.g 295.1 N of SW Ooror 2 8 22 .
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SBi* of HWt COnt W 210'N 'To,Bag 18 6 22 1 ) Ble 2' 281 32 6 22 4 Vlototta NoPeahlon Corp. 67.*3
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)".88 9.34 5400--Wt of HIt of NEi} 6 8 22 20 0 B Jr. A Basel

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.... 2272-
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130-- or Blk 25 I. N .
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210' B 210', 8 18 6 22 1 Smart. Wlllla aw car ar B* or NWi of list 32 6 22 Allis Whit A H Lin. of St Bd. WOn Rd 100',
1..0-11--101 66.66'or Hair Blook 6 In To FOB *. 68.23 13.082266A1 N 300'. W 100', 8 300', B 100'
Lawtay W of "ay Canon' *297--liA Lying N A W or Hwy )D1 'To FOB 12 8 22 Wand.ll 0''''... 108.97
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Cor of NWi of swi 18 6 22 J..... Tyaon 38 S By Oh..b. W by H.ok.
In SW N by NoCaalln. B by Hwy 32 6 22 J..1. 01'." 5"51--000 At 8E: Car Of SWi of NWi
at A Pt 70'W of MW CoP oft Brown Bun W 123' to W 34da of Rd To
N60. W30' 2291-0--N 150 of 8 300 of S 11 O.01 FOB W 164' N B *16* to
St St St a Laka Ava. 18 6 22 Harold Cumalqa 53 .
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Bun S 210' w 210* N 210*

1171--wi! of Lot 10-A In Lawtay. I s *.*o* or NSi of awi I sx S 210' to FOB I Sx RIll 32 6 22 1 Rufus. UhF JI'. 102.17 .51-0--Th.t port of NWi of JUt
of "By Joyoa B Spall" 39.58 2293 18 6 22 10 Lottl Ray w of 0 s P S8 Ex 3.4A In SW
SB: Cor.
B/W'" Sx: *A 440' 84 In nolda Sat 60.83 *307--Com. At NS Cor or NWi or SEi Car To Co. 12 8 22 8.6 Jama H 19.52

1"81.-1.0' ,8.9.10,11,12 of A Run 8525'. W315 For POB Thin
Blk 13 I.."".' B of "Ryl8i Hlnnl. N.. John- 2373-B-Lot 2 of Blk B In Dala- Billy SChaob.ra w 155. )' To Hwy, NB on Bd 193.6 5..86--Lot 5 of Blk A of Th. Haran
son Raid 3.28 wood SID 128.00 S121 To POB KX:: RIll 32 6 22 J 8/D 13 8 22 Fnmooa K Baby 71.61
"--Lot 7 of Blk 13 Lawtay. S
of Blk 1 In Sunny 5510-B B... )86.1'1 of 8 R/W of Hwy
of""Ry Johnnl PoMlar 5.8 2)79--1.0" 7 *322--Lot. 6.7 or Blk in Linooln "
Ellta Morrl. -
Aora SID 8-21A A N Lin. of I... Shore Dr
1518--1 Lot lOOPt" Sq In SW Cor of Sit 6.08Qlia City ... MoCutohan 61.27 Sly 335 4'.T.ToB Lake, 8 45' Nly

Blk 18 In Town of Lawtay B of "Ry Arnatt Thomp 1336--Lot 6 of Blk 7 In Linooln 38', Wb0' 13 8 22 Oaorga N HamookJr. :
kin 15. '8 2,92--Lo" ) or Bib 2 In Sunny City 88.90
Mor. Eula Ha
Aor.l2395A Boblnaon *.*6

Cop of Blk 18 6 Run na Sut' 15.81 5537--Lot 9 of Hill f Mt. Place
1519--Com at SW 4)53-- ,ot. 2, or Bile 13 In Lin.
N 100 Pt: for a FOB than "un B 80'N ooln City ant SID Robert. J Moor 158.10Jam.
In --Lot 6 of Blk ) In Sunny Julia Albert let. 7.54
17'* W 80' s 17H' to FOB
LIxcla baton Aor. Allan D.3ua 1.78 5630--Traot 10 Carl Vollkopf SID .* Z I... 98.90
Lawtay S or "Ry let 12.'*5 380--Blk of J.M John SID Lawton. B Tho....*

2..89.-Co.. S Line Cote St Of ' ..- at .1 1,762.93 5710-A--S 396 of NSt of Mai 23 8 22 12 x.yrtan Srt.

S or NW 8r or Lot .. sID At Int with B RIll "..O-A--Lo". 12,13 of Blk 4 In Corp 30.95
1522 A682000D3 100' N 200', N 110' hun :Sly 1110' FOB Cone Sly South Iota Replo" Ex S Si of

to Boot In Law"'., B of RR Mr.Chwidi. W.J.' )2.52 to 210'FOB, Jy 210'. Hly 210' Nil 21 6 22 A T' Paul' 17.61 Lot 13 or Blk *. Charl.. A CarolynPuqua 5714--Bt or Hit or Slit 23 8 22 20 Joe Lwl Bat. 73.07

165.80 5723--N 200' of W V of Ni of NSi 2* 8 22 10 toad R Walker. '

1553.-S 165lt or Lot 32 in Town of 2527--Lot 3 or Blk 20 In N B no anlllt William .**25-B.g at NW Cor. of SSi of NSi 122.24'

Lawtay S of lly Sx R/" J..ala L.a SID 99.06 A Run S 180.81* 3361.60'. N
Barbar 2.114_._ 49.18' To U : St Hd, Hal_ 5817-A--Beg 750' S or NB Car or Nllt
R/W'tO S 63*' W 729' To BIll Or 84
on'i W R/W 1>. .*7 N Lino orSWt Ely ,
1566.-1 Lot In NS Cor of Lot *2 2593-Lot 20 or Blk ) In Oahngul or NSi} W303.61 To FOBA N on S BIll 681.99'. X 967.19'1 'To .
B.lng 22*' N A 8 on E A 257' SID Ivory L Cox 5.8 Any Fort Lying Batwn D... FOB A Par Den In Or Bk '9' 3254 ".
24 8 21 ... ..
N A S on Ubp 110' IANin Prop A R/W of Rd 100 M.rrall Dais 510.62 K.y tona a. '
Lawty. E of "Ry Al in. .A H T Laa 5.9" 2622_That Port or lIWi} or YNt) SX I r Corp 5))5'
That Fort old b.x at 3E Coror .
IIU28--1-A Da.a Aa Bag 80'E: of NW
1563-A--W W of W 150' of Wi or liwi or sw$ N 66)' For POS Car or NSi >f NWi s 255 To 5817-B-: B.j at NS Car of NWi of NWiny
Blk .*.* lawtcy w of ny Mid St." Ho...., W 100, N 200' S 100' S 200* B 171 *. Na55', W 171' 750' w 1000 to By R/W of ,
Ino. 6.08 To FOB 5 Grit25 33 6 22 1 L..1. Sit. It.62 Co Rd Nwl/ on Ely R/w to N tin '
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of of NWi, Say 1280' M/t To

1572.-i 1A of Lot *3 In Town orLnwtay .51-11--1125. or s 200' or lilt or FOB 2.* 8 II Jo.aph A W.I oh 78.57
Sdxard Jon.. 27.18 2626-7--3V of SSi or 31i of NEt
Sot liy" Nat Ex B/W 33 6 22 Jlmml W Clark 9.61
I Ellington
EX N 110' 5960.-Lot 19 of Blk 15 In K C S

IJ.B-Lot. 53 In Town of Lawtay. 66.01 4460-11--11)2' of U 396 or Slit Unit 1 K.yaton Batata. .
Sot kv 10 R Pirn Jon. 17.89 of Sit 33 6 22 *. David B Raxmn 9.61 Corp 10.215961Lot .

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Ely 14ofoOALNB./ SFPAr to RR S 866' N 30', S 100' For FOB, of SBt: of SIt I of Rd 28 33 6 22 2 Uohard V Unit 1 ."..on. S.....*
105' for FOB. S05' Son s N 100', S 75* S 100', W 75' to 81.. John 25.71 Corp 10.21
Line tlk 57 )25' N Par to RR POB Lying M or Co Or Rd 22 6 22 C J Hlll.r 63.83William

105', W to POB United Bonding *515--Lot 50' I. W By 75* N A 6001--Com at Int or 8 Llna Point.view .
In. Co. 117.0 269--Lot 12 or Blk 1 In NatWilliam 3 in sw cor or Nwi of swi 3.* 6 22 Lind. N Clark 12.71 Rd With Ely R/W Hwy 21.
/SO 'Ex 3* Al- Run Sly on Ely R/W 436.63' S

588--N* of Lot 57 In I......" 8 or dridga. *.02 *521-0--bag. 176' a at NW Oar of 63' 119.63 63 D.g53' 8
M.lana.e Bar- A 5-A Treat In SS To L.k., Naly on Led To APt
bar 9.181599Lot 2652-Lot 9 of Blk 1 Of Nat Wil. of SSi} 3 180. B U.Nt! : 50' W or 3ao Line, N A Per
li.". SID Hose SaourltyCorp 180'. W 123.6' To FOB )4 6 22 wiiit Ount.r 101.73 To Sea Line 201." to 8 B/W
3 in Otte SID ot I."."'.', J'a Mall JI'. 9.01 7.27 Platted Rd, Wly A Nail on 8 '
5"0--1111 Slit of Sit 3 of "Ry I IXW RIll Rd to 3 BIll of PolntvtewBd '

'0' ot N 1)1' ot Loll 5 in 2655-6--3* of Lot. 12 A All Lot 13 JJ**' 3.* 6 22 i Boy NoXlnney '."1 Wly on P V Rd To POD 25 8 II .....U.. Daralop- '
16DOati SiD !'4 Kitties 5..8. of Blk 1 In Hot wllllami. Owrg.: wllllaaa ant Ino. 167.92 ..
55.68 4,89--SlIt of SWi I or St Rd 100.A .

34 II ot HSf} ot NE' ot Slit} Ex "Ry" A Bx R/W Ex 3iA .. Da.o 6002-5--Lot 5 of 0..... point 1st. Tlllaan CaTart:,
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A Nlli 2).6" S/O Lottla Ka'* Pg 3 35 6 22 15 Ir:; I... 50.08

h.ynold. tat 10.21 6013--1 Lot in ss Car of si or Net ...
ot SEt ot Slit 2.. 5 II 10 Jaok.on. 17.89167of *629--1A In SS Car or wi or NWi or NWi or NUt Being 108 NAS
16)6--aE. 2672-Com at 3w Cor or NWi or awt of Slit 2 7 22 1 Pa roll H Orim.t By 110' I. 'W" Sx B 50' 25 8 22 ;J Aldaraan 3.28
Run E 510 For 108, K 200', '. al 22.61
210' S<, in 811 III' ot SIt S 50' S 200' W 50> To FOB 22 6 22 not. Kay. 6018-8--S 132 of N 528' of H4 of
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Sat 7.1 "
1662.-Lot ... D..o In 08 Bk 14-)89 25 5 22 Mid Sta" Ho... 2677--Com. At aw ofn.W760' 34iA 4682--5/8 Un-Dlv In wi of 81.} 4 7 22 40 J.....* Clark Srt 52.11
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FOB :N 300.L S 100', 3 300', .68D-A._Com. At SS: Or or NBi N

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Clark 11.68 Country Club 2.99
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-Keystone David Bonner Library Fund'Increases ,

Promoted With ForLand3caping -.'-
k'- arw..
Hilitesl State Farm Ins.David *__ .
A total of $286 has been con-
Please Call 473-32X8: : son of Mr.
Bonner !
tributed to date to the Clay County -
I- I, and Mrs. J. E. Bonner Keystone Library Landscape Project.

Heights, has been pro Donations have been acknowledged -
By Gloria Kedfearn St. Johns River Junior Col moted to electron1 data pro In the past two weeks
(Please all 473-3288 or 473-4182) loge held graduation ceremonies ceasing specialist m In the from the County Garden Club of
GIRL SCOUTS EDP research department at Doctors Inlet, $25 Fullerton'sTV .
-on April 28 with the Honorable ; :
Troop 21 held their "Cour& State Farm Mutual Automobile ,
Hers Tanzler Mayor of Service, $5; and private citizens II
of) Awards" Thursday evening. Jacksonville as the epeaker. Insurance Company's home office $38.
The girls preen a short Graduates front the Keystone In BIoamintcn. 111. Clay Countieans and former :
elclt and awards and badges He Is a graduate of St.Johns *
urea are: John M. Hall. Dan Clay Countians who have contributed -
were presented ,by ,their! lead- iel Allen Nail and James Lewis River Junior College, and Joined \. since the last published

ere Mrs. Masllne Crozier. The Wlldt. A former Keyston was Sta' Farm In May. 1968. as report Include: Mrs. Joyce Hin- ,?
girls then served refreshments, also among the graduates. an underwriter trainee at the son-Teague Mr. and Mrs.Frank
to the parents In attendanc. Howard KpKh Guernasy firm's Southeastern !reg'onnl! Canova. Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Foster -
ROTARY CLUB The off'c' In Jacksonville. He was Dr. and Mrs. Doran Yel-
Northeast Florida
Group :
Mrs. Ann Prsvntt. Rune: Demonstration lOr the National promoted ''to underwriter a year ton. Mrs. T.J. Knight and Joe
Assocaton! of
Agent 4-H for Bank Women later. Brown. __ _
Clay County was the speaker met In KeystoneSaturd'lY. Bonner and his ,wife Patricia All Clay County citizens are
at the PUday meeting. Her shop in May 2, for a Work. and con, Shane age 7, live invited to help promote and par4ticlpate
itoplc! was "Fad D.U.: Florida connection with the i&t 298 North Adams St.. El In a fish fry at Spring* '
LITTLE LEAGUE State! Convention' to beheld Paso HI.Services. Park In Green Cove Springs on( I
Lima In Jacksonville. September Saturday, May 9, from 4:30: tel
The "week League games IMS.: Mrs. Gilbert Reed of 7 p.m. Tickets may be obtainedat -_ -- -._____,---- -a,
this past were won by th! Kevstone State Bank. Is Held the Clay County Library and'at ''
Gus & Mitch who( ,played Me
the Florida
S'ate Chairman. the two branch libraries in
Kay The score was 7 to 5 with Cities For Frank Snead
represented were Jacksonville Keystone Heights and Orange
Larry Oculdthrope pitching St. Augustine Live Keystone Hts. Park. Individual members of the Keystone! Airport manager Homer !
for CUB and M.lch and Leon Oak *id K<>v'tcne. The workshop Green Cove Springs Garden Club points to dilapidated condition of hanger.
Rldaught: and Neal Cannon was followed by a luncheon also have tickets for sale at $1.

pitching for McKay. at .the new home of president Frank Snead 67, of Keystone also have tickets for sale at
Kim's Shell and Bannerwent :\ of the Keys )ne State Heights died Sunday in the Vet. $1 (dessert extra). :
against each other wKh. Bank and MM. N. W Fardentourgh. erans Hospital at Gainesville. Keystone Airport Hangar May
Banner coming out on top. .... ,
Assisting' In hosting A veteran of World War n, he ----
Score 11 -to 3. Pitching for were Mr. and (Mrs. 'Bill: Dowl- was a painter and a memberof
Banner ware: Mke: Wingatb and. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan. the Baptist Church. The William Beams, Sr. of 'Store at Your Own Risk' SignBY
and Harry Wagner; pitching Surviving are two sisters. Mrs. Lake Geneva entertained a dinner -
for Kim's were Arnold Reed. Mary E. Wilcox, of Keystone party for ten last Sundayon
John Mark Eklund, and Bob Heights. and Mrs.Catherine Haddock the occasion of a visit from BARBARA HILL

Tekes. NEWS NOTES Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. James Wycoff of out blips every degree
CHURCHES Funeral services were held Zephythills. Mrs. Wycoff is a One sunny afternoon when compass (Other omnis
St. William's Catholic Church a r Helen Bca at 2 p.m. Tuesday In Hope Baptist cousin of Mr. Beam, Sr. They spring fever gets the best of cated at Intervals all
will hold a Rummage Sale at Church with Rev. Merle spent a week enjoying Florida you try a drive out to the Coun-Key country). The ADI'

the Masonic Hall on May 8 Packham of ciatil\8.\ Interment and to greet the young couple, stone AirparkBradford plane is set for the
from 2 .to 6 and on May 9 HOMEMAKERS CLUB 'vas in the church cemetery with Marshall Beam and wife Nancy ty's only airport (at least partIs the compass and a
from 9 to 5.WOMAN'S Mrs. Mildred Payton Mrs. Williams-Thomas Funeral Home and baby daughter Julie. Others in Bradford;' the hangars are :.he pilot which way he's
.n attending the dinner were the In Clay County.)
: CLUB and Mrs.
Margaruite Quagliano and ed.Automatic
Th Annual Meeting' at Emily Ison attended the Clav William Beam, Jr. family wife Watch the planes arrangements to landing:
Billie and daughter Laurie go. Or complicated,
and more
mhich all Officers and Committee Council Homemakers Council 1 son in one and get a bird's-
go up vertical and horizontal
Chairman will give their meeting on April 28 at the Extension Beam. woods. .
Mrs. Florence Marshall of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hookof eye view of lakes and Mr. Satterfield said and
reports will be held Tuesday.. Office Green Cove Green Cove Springs. There is Lake Geneva Mobllehome Park and more lakesl! In this jet transport must be experienced and
May 12. at 2 p.m. Springs. All eight Clubs were expected to be a short musical entertained Mr. and Mrs. Joseph age, there's a lot of differ day in the use of it to ( :)
GOLF COURSE represented. Extension Agents program. Edwards of Keanry. N.J. and ence In the huge airliner and to land a plane that way. council'M! (
The Lade: Golf Association! Mrs. Imogene Rittenburgh and Visitors are always welcometo Mr. and Mrs. Roger Edwardsand the "mini" personal planes you Lacy Conway Is the !! : 1 < :
Luncheon and Business Meet. assistant agent, Mrs. Ann Pre- this social club of older folks daughter from New York find at Keystone Airpark, but son at present who ,
vatt lead the discussion and business and this Club continues monthly countryside, and (
Jng will be held. Thursday as State. Joseph Edwards is Mrs. for viewing the sengers and gives
May 8. Te? c.'f: at 8:30: () fr 18- meeting. This was followedby luncheons and Game-Fun Day Hook's brother. The Edwards the "feel" of a plane ride, you at Keystone Airpark. An ) (; :
holers nnd nt 9 for 9-holers. a covered dish luncheon with programs. it is hoped many read- senior spent 10 days In Keystone can't beat the smaller ones. pioneer for Bradford ; .
the Grace Looney Club as hos ers will plan to attend on May Located In a vital spot on
Lunch will be served at 1 p.m. and the son and family went Conway operated hit
A. Bachmannand tesses. 12. The luncheon program requires the western fringe of the fog- for in tho area
with Mr; E. on to Miami for a visit. years
The Annual Picnic of the
eight and I
that those between here
attending restricted area
pro- Ander- the BUS athletic
Mrs. Ed Dwyer as hostess Mr. and Mrs. James now
County Clubs is tentatively slat- vide their own table service, their the Atlantic the airport's closest Church \' :
park Baptist
son, who were on honeymoon -
Gold State Parkon
ed for Branch
es.The covered dish and beverage anda neighbors as such are
Men' club Championship from Central Isllp Long and Middle School, & the
June 10. This Is a family serving fork or spoon for the Gainesville Ocala, and Palatka.
Softball field. The
Tounnmsnt will be held Act- Island, N.Y. have been visitingthe pitch
picnic type annual affair. covered dish. There are some Just east is the Camp Blanding stretch just
Mav:\ 9) and 10. ivities such as swimming in the Frank Prices. north and grassy
special dishes then
very culinary pre restricted
Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Ferri of way 301() from tile )
hERE N' THEREMr. forenoon with a picnic (family) pared by the members so come Osslnln, N.Y. were guests of east lies Cecil Field. For Warehouse south of .
and Mrs. Marshall Par luncheon at noon. Members pro- one and all. This Is the only the Prices for two weeks. Mrs. planes flying the traffic pattern also at one time an :
dee tinn-unce the brth: of a vide all their luncheon needs and organization that caters Its pro Ferri is Mrs. Price's grand over here, there's a.minimum Just this winter the ;
son. :Marshall Gregory, on May beverage will be provided by the grams In the Interests of both daughter.Mrs. of 1,000 feet.though far too many remains of the low
1 nt Brndfwl County Hospital. Council. men and women.Mrs.Feme Han- Anne Moog on her win- violations of this, according to along the highway ;
Mr. nnd :MM. W. D. DeWitt The Keystone Heights Home- son Is president, and Julius Hanson ter vacation trip to her homeIn airport manager Homer Satter- moved-- the last traces ,
:Mlc-.dPd a "Fishing Weekend" makers. Club has been invitedto treasurer, but he only collects Baltimore,, :4d., stopped to field, based 24 hours a day at airport started tn the ( > ;
In Ft Augustine' far Independ. enjoy their last Club meet- I your $1 membership oncea visit Frank and Lillie Price. the Keystone Heights cityownedfield. (Except for landing strip () )
TI Life Insurance Agents and Ing until September at the homeof year In January. The officersand She spent the winter in Miami. ers still visible in the (
their wives.; Mrs. Yvonne Dazey on May members are Interested in Mr. Satterfleld a "fixed-base of grass.)
Rt'nnd Mrs. M. J. Scripture :: 20. Further information will be the welfare and happiness of its Mrs. L.D. Hughes of Houston, operator" has one plane of his Keystone Airpark has
recently had as visitors reported later. friends and members. Won't you Texas, visited her mother Mrs. own at the airport and is rebuilding runways. and can ban )
fm Mlrhlcran!: Rev. Scrip- Mrs. Emily Ison Club President join us? Ethel Weyman, recently. Mr. several others. Seven. planes but the new

1'trc's n 'phew and his wife, and Mrs. Carolyn Wagner Hughes attended a convention in teen private planes are basedat Runway 422 has been
M". and Mrs.! Donald Scripture attended the Leader Training COMMUNITY CHURCHThe South Florida.They then returnedvia the field including Cessnas, surfaced and the oilier
from Waihinpr'on. and his class on May 6 at Extension Of- Pulpit Nominating Committee New York City and another Pipers Beech, and l'aylorcraft. use a re-surfacing job ) )
flee Green Cove Springs. They of Community Church Is Mrs. Weyman's
niece Mrs Do'othy MeMur- ; convention. Approaching the service hanger still In good condition
fnjr cf Dctnit' and Mrs. Martlet will lead the program study at happy to report that they have grandson Lowry Is In the Marine -- a relic of World War II terfield says. The day
: Schmidt, cf Pcntiac.Thp the next club"meeting on "ColorIn completed the review of Rev. Corps as a helicopter res- when the airport was designated there, a liquid fertilizer
Scr'ptnres; hqve been The Home. William Brown of Meadvllle Pa. cue pilot. lie is the only son Keystone Army Airfield came back out by the
Rev. Brown whose son is a of the Hughes. At last reporthe the huge old wooden building having left its load on
Visiting? / their\ son-in-law and FELLOWSHIP CLUB student at University of Florida rest in Hong\ Kong\
was on looks as If it might fall at any leased for growing hay. 1
clau htcr. Rev. and .Mrs Frank The May 12 monthly covered has accepted an invitation Safe return Is on all lips for minute. Once inside you see the of Keystone Heights has
Sm'tli. in M'neola.' dish luncheon meeting at 12:30 to be guest-candidate preacheron all these service boys and we x-struts criss-crossing betweenthe other parts of the airport
Mrs. Sam Gartner.: Sr., has p.m. In Masonic Hall will be May 31 and June 7. especially mean Lowry.We side Umbers-- so in spiteof age for several projects
Seen In TnllTha":?visiting one of Importance. All membersare to hear that
Plans are being formulated for are all happy the crazy tilt of a good many years since getting a
her son. Tcm.: and Mmly.Mlsi : urged to attend. Program the Church Vacation Bible School Mrs. Olive Stephens and her windows, the structure will probably deed from the US
Kry! Sha=kII'Crd Is InAlaclnn Chairman. Mrs. Ethel Weymanhas the week of June 1419. This sister Mrs. Mabel Husbands stand for a good while yet. in 1948. One venture was
General Hospital for been fortunate in obtainingthe notice Is in advance In order are well enough to return to their Part of the planes are housed ing Christmas trees, and
dental surgery new County Director of Nutwww that volunteers will contact Mrs. home on Lake Geneva. Both are inside, and some out on the apron these still remain.
Turknett- 473-3161 and or still: on the recuperating list and In front. Rental rates for present hay lease, a

Roy 1V1r5.u.-_ .r.rflv51,"___. 'Uy'',,''''_'''GII__ .....,.....-_...n4R... ... would appreciate visitors or being space are $7.50 per month out group has leased acreage (
SOON. The Executive Board of remembered. Things are side the hangar; and Inside $15 hunting preserve and ; )
the Church Women held the final looking up with this reporter and for a single-seater; $30() for a the city council
Board meeting on April 26 at the lovely cards and expressionsof double. Overnight charges for working this month on a
ANEW 1 p.m. Mrs. Roy Turknett outgoing getting well have been noted planes stopping at the Airpark lease. Previously, : \.
president. presided. The with appreciation. Remember If are $1 for outside, and $1.50 the timber thinned out I
: business of this meeting was you have a friend or dear one inside the hangar. cally, and are now I:
BABY NEEDS presented at the May 5 General visiting or needing fellowship, Income from service gasoline, the merits of this plan
Meeting of the Church Womenat just give me a calhi'yyyyyyyyyyyyVV'VVV! oil, etc., and the rentals are all to having the timber
7:30: ( p.m. The recommendation the income that the airport man and replanted.
'W'Z LOVE of the Board was as follows % agement has as such. FAA regulations forbid
Stored inside the miscel-
break are
Due to considerable
: making on the airport as
1'ARE4ND: age of church china more ser- INDIAN BEACH laneous wings bodies, and spare and city regulation
viceable type was looked into.A parts that only the eyes of a sions for income and :
set of china was plane-builder can visualize as
complete new of that income toward ;
SAVINGS ordered through a Jacksonville TAke .... r.) another finished product. Thereis facilities. I

company for sale at time of Byi Michael B. ChrttyFK also a plane body that Satter Tentative plans for use
annual sale. 4102171Greetings : field salvaged after a careless
rummage from the Umber is for 10)
Plans about complete for pilot took to the air with only
are &&&&&&&&A A LA A A A A LA AA. gars Individual metal
the Annual All-Circle luncheonon three gallons of gas.In the emer- fireproof hangars that
May 18 at 12:30.: Two special fslks! tope you gency, the pilot had the optionof back Into), according :
events will be featured. The are enjsyirsr this nice: weatheras landing in a field on an expressway Watkins, Keystone (
20th Anniversary of the organ- much as I am. It makes up or on a narrow dirt mittee chairman for the
I ization of the Church Women. for all of the cold, wst wea'herwe road. lie picked the latter, anda Mr. Satterfield feels a ;
There are 14 charter members had during the wnter.; tree swiped off a wing. Sat- vice hangar should have ;
still living In Keystone and act- Wefinstdny.: : Mother and I took terfield cites this as an exampleof ity. Well aware of the
ive in church work. These will Cranmther Copeland; to Wil- "the plane"accidents you don'thear of the service hangar
be the honored guests. Then the listen to tee the doctor. Hacaid about because the pilot NURSERY
Circle having the largest per- that she could be up and walked away unharmed. -

centage of members and guests arcund now *) long as she He feels very strongly about
as mentioned above are askedto doesn't do anything to hurt air safety and the public impression FREE MOTH-PROOFING O.C. Games Nursery
provide a covered dish to hwelf. So. she has been on of airplane safety and
serve eight people.PERSONALS the dCk( fishing some. We have voices his love for small planes. Thousands of plants
: When the new baby arrives, there'sbound : caught a few nice ones lately "Actually these are safer thana Fruit Tree .SMde Trees

My parents. Jams and Cricket large transport or jetliner Evergreens
and Mrs. A.P.Hallman returned -
of excitement Buddy and Merle but there is a high safety record Camellias Azaleas
to be a lot this week from an exten- and: &
: 'went down. for all air travel, he
sive tour and visit on both the Ellis of MOST ALL IN CANS
: planning for his future Now is the east and west coast of Florida. to the Oilawaha. River and go lays unheralded, adding that when many there accidents is no SamtoneCtrffffd PLANT ANY TIME
: camped out In our camper
The occasion for this trip was loss of life "People have the Beautiful Roses -

: time to start saving for all the things so Mr. Master Hallman of, who Melrose is Worshipful Ma-- over lots of the fish weekend.and enjoyed They caught the down Idea that everyone when inside a plane is killed goes Master Drycleaner/ LandscapingPhone

sonic Lodge 89 On Keystone trip very much. Next time I
but this isn't so, either In small 659-2165
: he'll need. Open an interest-bearing Heights) could attend the 141st think! I will gO along. Grand planes or the large passenger
Annual Grand Communication in mother Ccpeland and I spent planes." ALTERNATIONSPICKUP 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

: Savings Account here, to grow with him. : Miami. Two Jacksonville Masons the weekend In Gainesville Radio and radar equipment on Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome
were elected to Grand Offices. with Teenie and Roy Crenahaw today's small planes are a far
H. Ben Collins to Junior Grand and family. My parents were cry from those 20 years ago, and DELIVERY
W.,. Full SerWc Bonk Warden and Wilbur W. Mastersto in Gainesville Thursday night even though the outside buildof
a Deputy Grand Master of the visiting Corine Hudson wh> is the craft looks much the same. MONDAY and THURSDAY S. E:, McKAY. REALTOR
Grand Masonic Lodge of Florida. 111. Guess that Is all of the All but one of the planes at KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-4S1I
: KEYSTONE STATE BANK Mr. and Mrs. William PInon ChItty news so let's see what Keystone Airpark have radios Apprslflal Service
spent last Sunday with friendsat else' happened. Ur. Satterfield said. and explained NEW METHOD CLEANERSPhone The Bell la Lakefront
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, FIa.< Sanford. Mr. and Mrs.Herman Wednesday. Dot But'er of Or. the ADF (automatic direction Homes. Aereacea. Rental
Scherer formerly of Grldley mend Beach came by aM finder) dial on a com- Starke 964-5704 ASSOCIATES
: "Your Friendly Bank !n Your Friendly Kan.. who moved to Florida and picked up her mother Jo ilicatcd Instrument panel. An :Mrs. Melba Been 473-4740
CommUO ,fty." IL purchased a mobile home at San- StrandbrrB and they atende4Continued omni> (all-direction) sending tower Co I, J. Cheiiinctoa 47J-M7
ford. The occas'lon'of the Plnons is located at Payne's Prairie. L. J. Roblnaon 47J-JK1
I visiting them was because of ( on Next Pap) south of Gainesville and sends
sudden illness of Mr. Scherer. MAY 7. 1970 TELEGRAPH PAGE 15T

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INDIAN BEACH I iLiOiiBy Cited For Work


By(Lake Michael Santa H.Fe ChiMy) Joyce Rowe

official Texas State Health
Phone 475-K12 flrrrrrrrrsssssssrrrrfliIFrom
Department citation for work

proficiency has been awarded to .
(From Proceeding! Pae Proceeding! Face] Roger D. Dixon, stock manager i

Brown Punch and popcorn were the of the Del Rio Utility Commission National VETINARY INJECTABLE3'
the funeral of. Sewing
In fcnke Butler. Paul, Lee and refreshments for the evening. Austin, Texas. CLASSIFIED AD RATES BRADFORD Smith Plumbingand tetanus Tozold

Gregory Strajidberjr: of Jacksonville Cubmaster George Hanks pre- Roger is the son of Mr. and Minimum Charge' __. .175 Machine Co., SEPTIC TANK Sleeping Sickness
awards to the following Mrs, William C.Dixon,Starke, Supply distemper Hepatitis- Lepto
the !weekend sented
spent) and graduated from Bradford (Covers 15 words) Largest selections from whichto COMPANY
Bobcat Robin Ashley; romblolle::
with MM. Strantfbers. : choose Pfaff. Necchl.! Nelco
High in 1962. He served four
Wolf Badges, Glen Each word 15-70
Pete and Joyce Barton spent Bear years with the US Air Force. over New Home It Universal. Ralford Road
the weekend In Panama City Joe Hanks, and Larry Sapp Jr.; and The citation is awarded onlyto 50c Extra Charge If not This Ad Worth 3.00 On Any Owned & Operated By 964.6023
Carl Hagglund.
with Jim and Evelyn Brunv Badges Scholarshippin those utility plant operatorswho paid In advance Purchase or Repairs
!Mitchell!: Jackson; DON NEWMANS and
have successfully demon- Oil W. University 378-1335 WE DON'T HAVE IT
Duncan. Ave
mett.D. W Carpenter visited his Gold, Leon Arrows went to Larry strated skill and knowledge in CLASSIFIED DISPLAY MICHAEL DOBBS. Contracting: and Repairs _'n gel it for you Offtae.Supplle

and bnother-in-aw, Mr. modern principles of plant ma- $1.50 Per Inch Plumbing Fixtures .
sister! Joe Hanks, Glen Crouch, .! *, Furniture, Equip
find Mrs. James Bland in We- Mitchell Jackson, Carl Hagglund, nagement.To 'I WANTED Waitress experience INSTALLATIONREPAIRING Water Heaters ment. Bradford County
laka on Snturday. Shirley Red- Joe Hanks, qualify for the award, a Memorials Resolution> \ not necessary. Call Trail Telegraph
Jr. Silver Arrows, Water
dish and children visited! the ; and Mitchell Jack- plant operator must have accumulated Proclamations, etc -7c word Motel and Restaurant Lawtey
Carpenters Sunday!", afternoon.Mr. Larry a prescribed amount CARDS OF THANKS 782-3886 for interview DRAIN CLEANOUTAND FOR! SALE-2 \young' parrot,
Zalumasof son.Don of actual work experience. lie 2tchg 5-7 PUMPING 1 canary. 4734869. ltchg
and Mrs. Jack Pace Webeloes leader and
SO word or less .....3.00
Th<:magvlJ1e, Ga. anent theweek for the evening, dida must also have attended both SEWING NEED your lawn or field
ringmaster MACHINE Cleaned.
regional and statewide short Each word over 50-7c
with Mr and Mrs. Dick fine job in presenting the mowed and< cut. Small and
adjusted in your Phone
964-6647 301 South City Limits
schools at which the
Billiard. While here, they all Cubs to the audience. His Introductions home, 300. Vacuum cleaner large areas taken. Call 964-
Give for Mother's
water treatment and waste plants
visited the Royster family in and humor made the Starke Fla. Itp
repairs also. All work guarantee 8395. _
enjoyable water disposal ate"taught.Stephen : ;. Open tit 9 p.m. May 9 and all
Dunnellon. entire circus a most FOR RENT -New 12 ft. wlda ed. Dennis E. Cogging. Phone Weatinghouse' 22" day Mothers Day. ROles Glox-
1,0tenn and Masl Pre>s* r of evening For Sale -
2 bedroom trailer. Phone 964- 4311428. tfehtr
call 964- enla Mums CaladKims, Gardenias -
Jacksonville sport the weekend Next month the Cub Pack will Electric Plan-2 speed

in the Lnnier CottasreMr.. have the final meeting of the Wade 7496. ltctyr:: FOR RENT: TV sets, baby JIMMY MOORE'S 5605._ "P Hydrangea, Oleander,
Prosser fished Saturday morning season. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic] beds elec. guitars, amplifiers Several good riding Geranium Bougainvillea
( for bass, but couldn't Named To JC Letters, all sizes, colors. Perm.. refrigerators: day or week. DA- SUN SPORTS Horses AQAH registered, full bloom. Up

catch ftTiy so he put .on a WOMAN'S Club Honors Book anent, for use on wood, glass HMER'3. M4-7923._tf-i.b.. Horses Trl-S Ranch some 964- 742. Itchg LEATHER GOODS HANDMADE -
:brenm hook and f\ worm and Mrs. O.B. Koonce, historian plastic paper, metal, leather MOORE BOAT FOR Wallets Clutchbaga.

caught! a 10 Ib. bnss. He also for the Florida Federation ofWomen's ANYTHING I -Bradford County MEN WANTED Laundry YOUR MONEY HIghlY' Fertilize Pasture Bermuda Keycases, and Larger Purses.
Clubs, installed the new workers Kitchen: aids, labor
caught: some bream. Jackie Woman'sClub Stephen Lamar Wade of Starkeis Telegraph tf wa.tchman Hay< ,bating: now in Mld- Materials( \ Alligator., Crams-
of the Melrose ers parents, -
officers Starke
Ph. 964-
Lanier says they have "been at the meeting last week. one of 14 St.; Johns River cooks and clerks, ground- 964-5791 dleburg. Bill Sherwood Calf, and Dairy Calf Ph. 964-
catchln some nice shellcrack- the Im- Junior College students to be Lawn MCJWIrs--we! service whet; 6742. Itchg 8478. ltD
Her address emphasized keeper, truck driver. Kv Complete Outboard &
'ff their dock.( "Who's Who Among we sell. Starling Farms !Supply .
ere for
of dedication to the tapped day week eight hour day. Ford 6 cyl.:
portance Stern Drive Service and FOR SALE- 1962 FOR RENT TRAILER-2 !bedroom
Bill! and Jerri Comin and Students in American Junior Col- 225 W. Andrews St. tfehic
of the organization. State retirement vacation, :>>
principles Call
Evelyn Col'i' ?" of Jacksonville Repair. Complete Fiber- 4 dr. furnished. Ph
presented leave. 9646533.Itp
Corsages were Interested, pleas 1TP
spent the weekend with Jackie Mrs. Koonce and Mrs,E.H.Bart- Students are chosen for the Southern Marine apply in person Personnel glass Repair. Custom- after 5 p.m. .....

nnd Robert Lanier 'and family. lett, outgoing president.The gavel honor on the basis of contribu-their out- Moved To GainesvilleNew Manager, Sunland Training built Fiberglass Fishing For \Sale-Nice and clean blue\' Will babysit In my hem, Sar

Mr. and Mrs. Tom NorwvocT. and key were presented to the standing qualities and the Jun- NameCaineaville Center, G lnesvll1e, Fla. Moats satin laced gcwn, size 9. Per- atom His! Ph. 964-7582. Itp
returned from a three month new president,,Mrs.Albert Bach- tions while enrolled at will An equal opportunity employer fect for Prom wear, worntwice
trio( lA..t. t we k In which they mann. ior college. Each nominee MarineLYNN call 964-7337 after 6:30: FOR SALE-NIce 2-3 bedroom

visited Los Angeles. Honolulu A short business meeting pre- be featured in the next publication tfehy\ (p.m. for Information.For home, living:, dining, kitchen: ,
Tckvo. .and Japan. They v'flt- ceded the installation.The annual of "Who's Who Among HAMILTON MGR. .and den. Garage and :trees.
ed their son Larry and *>l3 report was given by the presi- Students in American Junior Colleges Johnson Motors Cobra. Boats WATSON'S Sale- Wedding gown size $12,000 make offer 9647582.

wife and ''bnbv for two months.< dent. Devotional was given by ," and will be presentedwith !Marine' Supplies 9. $50. Call after 5 p.m. Mrs.T. tfehg

Larry and his wife took themto Mrs. James Neale. Hostesseswere a certificate of membership 1030 E. University Ave. House of Vacuum MARY J' Mann 485-3710 Brocker.

Hong Kong to Slaeon: end : Mrs. Arthur Elliot,, Mrs. Gainesville. _ltp Exceptional 'buy in 3 bedroom
to Rangoon, Burma, then they E.D. Longnecker, Mrs. Richard Many brands. of new vacuums dwelling, 2 baths, close In.

Aviv, Israel; Athens. Greece; Mrs. Fred Moody, assisted by School PTA will sponsor a Spring $10, Expert Repairs all makes. CARTER diesel with all equipment $1, Thomas, Realtor. Tel, 964-5701.

Amsterdam, Holland: Zurich, Mrs. V.Y Crawley and Mrs. Carnival and Turkey Dinner at SEARSHas Parts and Accessories for all 995.00. 4 miles out on Raiford tfchg

Switzerland! : London: Eng Lee Helton. Melrose Elementary School Sat- vacuums. Built In Central vac Rood ((16)), 964-8269. Up

land; back to Washington, D. MAC MEETINGThe urday, May 9, beginning at 4 Everthing uum cleaning systems. 712 N. PAINTSNEW FOR SALE 10 X 45, 1959 2 work.CARPENTRY Room additions and concrete, closedin
Main Gainesville 376-7110
C. and ,then on home. Most of Melrose Action Committee p.m.The !bedroom trailer. Phone 964-
New drive
carnival will feature bin- carports, patio's.
these places they took tours met Tuesday, April 28 In the 7490 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m
'wild made pictures 'which we go, cake walk, pony rides, dump STARKEPhone -John Deer Tractor Itehg ways. Free estimates Good
Library. the dummy, and several carni- with double set of dlslcs. 'work reasonable. Call 533-2173
all want to I know that ITEMS
Discussion of the day care val favorites. Also there will Ph. 9fl4-554B. $600. 2tp 5-7 Wanted Male, Experienced 'after 4-30: pm. 2tehg: S-14
Help -
they had a trio of ,a lifetime, center resulted in a decisionto 961-6818
be Country Store, offering a
tout are glad to be back on establish in Melrose for PHOTOCOPIERS from semi trailer truck driver
one : $99.50to FOR SALE-Snare drum' like
wide assortment of clothes, jew- Unpainted
Santa Fe Lake. pre-school children of working elry, books, plants and various $625. Take the drudgery out chauffeur Mutual lie nse LumberCo. necess new in velvet lined case withstand :
mothers. household articles. of paper work.-Bradford Coun- ary. Apply at Cost $139.00: new will
Since I spent the weekend A building has been rented The turkey dinner will feature EUNICE NURSERY ty Telegraph. tf Wood Graining Kit ., Inc., 5 miles south of sell for $50.00 cash Call 533-

aw.iv from home. I'm 'adding and is being renovated.The build- turkey and dressing with all the Geraniums Begonia, Blue her* K-80 Starke .on 301, 964-7490 or Wal 2175 after 4:30: p.m. or 964-5599!
the fishing! new here. Friday, ing committee reported it hopedto trimmings. Price of the dinner rles. fruit trees, grape vines. NOW IN STOCKConstruction Paint Remover do 468-1312. Itchg 8 Oil' 4 pm. Itehg

Alan Griffin gilded Danny and have the building ready soon. will be $1.50 for adults and 75C All container grown. 2 mL Paper. All colors In 'the rain- bedroom house
Glen Dray and they caught 13 An advisory board has been for children. north of Lawtey on Hi way 301, bow. Bradford County Tel- 102 EAST BROWNLEE FOR RENT-2 See FOR SALE-Small horse, "addle

base> Roy !guided Herman Bray appointed and workers are receiving Hamburgers and drinks will turn at sign. Phone 782-3465. graph. tf trailer! excellent condition. two bridles $125.00: Vito
of Griffis Loop after
at end
'and: they caught 14 training. Interested per- tfchg STREET clarinet; 1967 Renault Dauph-
!: ranging! 2 also be offered for sale, as will Up
to :3) lbs. The bovs beatthem sons can watch this column for be a variety of baked goods. FOR RENT: Unfurnished houseIn Mw:: 10 Call SB4-8245 foe! Phone 964-7438 evenings; .
BUYING SILVER COINS country. Also furnished
-they hnd one JO pounder.! further developments.MAC Those who are worried abouta StenoExperienced in credit, Itchg
is Flea Mar- 1964 or older apartments in Stll.rke.-W, H.
planning a any condition.:
will be '
baby sitting problem di< 'patch and general office
ket Sale at the Parish House Dollars 2.00 up. Halves 60e.Quarters NoRman 510 N. Cherry tfchgr BIC PENS. Ball Point Refills
'ul'1cnv.i Roy and Mr. Zell- happy to learn that there will WIMBERLY'S Railroad Salvage work, desires employment, call
twir of Jacksonville caught 12 Saturday, May 23. be a forpre-schoolchil- 30c. Dimes 12c. Cur. Up Bradford County Tele
nursery rent Market FAYE'S FABRICS -First! Qual- Groceries Fabrics, 53'-2402.(
Price For
rare .
'boBs dren. Everyone in this area is Clothing Shoes Furniture. JT3PD.i
da.tes" older' coins. We Buy, ity dress drapery upholstery
welcome to come and partici- Tools.
Seems fo be all for this time, PTA TO SPONSOHCAHI'Io'IVALDINNEH pate in the activities. Sell, or trade coins. Bulllngtons material. Notion! chenille bedspreads Plenty Bargains i 7434 LOST My\ Name: Is "Tige"Big
fo see you next week. Coins! Stnrke Fli. SB4-7271. tapestries. Also sec BlvJ. Jacksonville Yellow Cat Om Ear Missing \ THE KEY TO .
The Melrose Elementary onds. mill ends. BankAmerl-- tfcheBARRETT In Vicinity) What A fear- O Gracious Living

REDUCE safe and fast ,with card ,and Master Charge. Open ger. Reward.) Call Collect 4C3- Town
- -- - HouseAPARTMENTS
GoBese Tablets It E-Vap "wa
Monday 10-7; Tues. -through 1827.

ter pills" Andrews Drugs. Sat., 9-7; Sunday 1-6. Hwy. 301 ..... :
5tp 5-2H/ J H4 ml north of Waldo! tfchllLar..e
turps -*': Water Conditioning 'I For Rent

44 iL\1ViP\ 1 Furnished
1 1pJ: Homes and Acreage. Buyers on SR-16-A Klngsley Lake and Pump Co. Apartment

FISH -N! STUFF Waiting, Strout Realty, Ror. Swimming Pool m Buford Mitchell
/ Broker 211T N. Temple Ave. Extra Large Lot 130 Court Street i M'
Ph. nRI-fifiQ9! .! Stnrkf. Fla. Must Sell For Health: Reason CET RESULTS
Phone !961-5832
; FILAMENT Strapping Tape,
Hiway 21 North .. Keystone Heights ?3'x 60 yards $2.50 Single 9fi646l 964.6810 STARITEWater -

1 Block N. of Red Light Open ;5 a.m. !9) p.m. Charley t'E. roll. Bradford County Tele DID YOU KNOW It's easy frown > HEEDED
graph tf a Longchamp: Home Conditioners FACTORY HELP

Better built for Florida liv and Pumps

FISHING TACKLE ing. Your plans or ours Your Sales and Rentals Owen Joist of Florida. Inc. needs dependable, able
Johns filler Brown lot or ours. Contact Buford
bodied factory help. No experience
M'tchell.' phone 964-6853. P. O. Repair Department neeeasarv.
6" Plastic Worms ---- ------ 5c ,
ea. Dos 238 Starke tfchg "steady- work, overtime fringe benefits.IF .
About This Question: 24 Hour Service
Minnows ------ 100

Live Worms ---- 50c per box "A Milwaukee banker and -- VY3Volkswagen PUMPSNEW Experienced Waitress wanted ATOWEN

political leader was sued AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE -Good salary Apply in per JOIST
Assorted Lures -- 4 for $1.00
for $200,000 in a libel ac- son nt Longhorn Restaurant

Your Choice 10,000() to Choose "From tion. The jury awarded New 4 Used R). Deep & Shallow Wells 301 South. Lfchll' Lincoln City Road !Mondathrough Frida>".

275.000. Does this point up Sales Service Water Softeners & Filter! 7:00 A.M. To SrOft P.M.

These Prices Good Every Day(1THOIUZEn t the need for excess or umbrella Expert Service On NEW HOMEON
1 Ml. North of The Mall
liability insurance All Makes

for business and professional GAINESVILLEVICTOR Plumbing Service YOUR LOT

; people?" Phone 964.7061 NO DOWN PAYMENTAS



subtraction. SPECIAL. this FHA INSPECTED

Duty Jon Boats --. $75 JOHNS AGENCY home month only or ,light Ideal work.-for REDUCED INSURANCEAT RATES HOUSING ACT 2.15: t\\\t WANTADg

131 So. Walnut St. Bradford County Telegraph! tf AUTO. FIRE BOAT IIUILT-IN APPLIANCES
12 ft Semi-Vee Heavy Duty Phone 964-5070 DOYLE E. CONNER CENTRAL HEAT
$125 TER: 2-total electric slightly tche" David & Mary Lou
used. Cost new, $420. Save $100.

Lucky Day Fisherman Our sale price, $320.-Bradford BAIRD BLACK

(Fiberglass) $139.95 County Telegraph tf Mobile Homes PHONE 964-7469 1

Terry Bass Boats-Fully Equipped apartment NEW and USEDA10.12' 4tp 5-14;

ties famished. Couple only-No :! Wide l)
From $395 Pets. Call 9646832. tfehjr, OalnellY1l1eGood

Prices Good While They Last Four Miles Out Quality George E. LaRue LrJr

Raiford Road. Reasonably! Priced INSURANCE AGENCY

MODERN MASONRY HOME: ': Gainesville 378-P78S Auto .
>> Fire Homeowner
Large Living) Room Serviced Guaranteed and
Paneled Family Room Delivered In Starke Area LIFE &: ACCIDENT

W & D TRACTOR SALESBox Many, :Many Extra: NO EXTRA COST Keystone Height 473-4SBI
; Onlv $18.850:;
IIS 441 N. not NW 13th C aMEN

75 LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alachua .1622628 _.oS; 964-6484 964-6810 GaIneavllle378-:TIIS WANTED Men cottage

OLIVER TRACTORS parents age over 21. Startingpay
-1968 Ford Tractor S329 month
promotion op-
10 DIFFERENT SIZES Model 841 Gasoline Selling SERVICE Small appliancesat I portu-itles= and regular Increase
Price. 11.300. Santa Fe Tractor Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. 2006 APa'61
in 8
pay. hour day J
Call St. Phone 9645311. ttchg UP.S3titrrap1
37fi-2348. Gainesville, FU.ttehg
TOWN &: COUNTRY GARDEN TRACTORS day week, sick ]leave, vacations

WITH MOWER ATTACHMENTSFrom FOR SALE Concrete block state retirement If interested,
I house; 3 bedroom 1 both, central please apply In person Personnel'
I 7 to 14 Horse Power with Gear til.
I or CARL BEGGS heat & air-conditioning. Corn Manager Sunland Training. Cen
r Hydro Drhe. r lot Phone 9645367. tfchg ter. Gainesville, Fla

, Gulf ServiceVSED An equal opportunity employ.
POSTED SIGNS: Treated to er.
Implements Sidewinder Mowers, Holland THE,; F1UST NAME IN PARTS withstand weather- 20c each.

Transplanters, Cole Planters, SMALL CARS Top Prices for WANTED: Used Wrln r.Wuh.
Wrecked Car larger
John Blue E/e Flow, and Others. : 'er. Will pay cash or take In
21 Hour Wrecker Service
DATSUNGAINESVILLE Telegraph. tf trade on anything. DAHMER'S
Combine and Hay Equipment .. Fuel Oil -- 984-7023. tt-cag .
Used Cars _
TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALT M4KFS & MODELS 2nd Ave 2nd St. S. E, Hwy. 301 N. Waldo ahad Rent -Hi High miles and south dry on oak 301. WILL BUY: Used. Appliances.PMrnlture ,

Calvin C. Williams and Raymond Dvul Gainesville. Florida 463-1993 TV's. Stereo., anything
Phone !WH-eBM 1 or 964-9937.
of value DAHMER'8.

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