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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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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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crossing US-301 and railroad us, Sawyer: commented. project, consisting of 24

tracks has "demonstrated to me He asked Supt. Tom Caseyto two-bedroom, and 36 threebedroom -

Front Elevation of New Apartment Complex on Highway 16 East that she has the physical and have his staff develop a comprehensive units will be constructedon
mental ability; to transport chil- training program. a five-acre site in east

xx&y&:4$& dren In a safe manner," Deanof Casey suggested it might be a Starke, fronting on the south
Students Tony Griffith told side of Highway 16, about half
the School Board Tuesday night. (Continued :on Page Four) a block west of Old Lawtey Road.
BRADFORD C The property; extends south to
Mrs. Lonzo Starling and Mrs.
O&k Thomas Street and the two-
% Harold Starling attended May
1I story apartment complex will
5 school board meeting to make have entrances from both streets.
the charges against the bus dri Zoning Buford Mitchell and Albert

ver. Longchamp officers of TownHouse
Ztrtr3rap1 Griffith, who has six years Enterprises of Florida,

experience as a driver educa- Action Inc., who will build and oper-
tion Instructor, that Mrs. Letha ate the units, said It is hopedto
Griffis, the driver In question, have It ready for occupancyin
':=: The Sweetest This Side :::: responded positively to several six to eight months.
safety; suggestions he made to Under the Rent Supplement
Strawberries Vol. 91 STARKE, FLORIDA 15c of Heaven her. Griffith said he observedthe AskedIn Program applications are received -

1 No. 47 Thursday May Jot,. 1970 COPY r while bus turning driver and changing while on gears rail- their earnings from prospective are verified tenants anda ,

I ) road tracks and not being sufficiently separate resolutions passed formula Is used to determinehow

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herdifficultCrackerSlxroute. Chamber of Commerce is
calling afford to pay. The remainderof
The problems were discussed on the county; to pass a zoning the rent Is then subsidizedby
with Mrs. Griffis, Griffith said, ordinance and for the Cityof ; FHA.

and she responded positively to Starke to enforce its zoning In addition to the two and three

Theressa GroceryDestroyed them. code. bedrooms each housing unit will
Result of the complaint and Investigation -
The County; Commission had consist of kitchen and dining
1 may be a safety; pro- work begun to write a zoning area, living room, and bath. The
Instruction for
gram and driving code more than two years ago, project will have central heatIng -

,. In FireFire bus drivers. have like but the ordinance is not yet on and each unit will be equippedwith
"I'd like to a report built-in
the books. The proposed code range, and refrig-
that on every bus driver,
I Hall.If has been on the desk of County; erator. All utility charges will
Uoard Member Rodney .
be included in the
Attorney Theron A. Yawn for rent.
S undetermined origin destroyed pounds of Irish potatoes stored Mr. Sullivan said he did not the driver wasn't aware she several weeks. lie told the Commission Washeterta facilities will be

Sullivan's Market& Grocery for use In Sullivan's restaurantin intend to rebuild the business is not supposed to change gears recently he has been too housed In a separate building

at Theressa about 730a.m. Starke, The Branding Iron. which he has operated for the while crossing railroad tracks, busy to get around to studying Mitchell said, and an outdoor
-: Tuesday.The Six large freezers, used In past seven years. said Board Member Charles the proposal. play area will be provided, i-
Sullivan's market operation, The State Fire Marshal was It indicates the school system quipped with slides swings,basketball -

% owner, Felix Sullivan es- were a. total ,Joss as was most expected to nt&o, "an Investigation : Is derelict in Its driver. Exhaustive. land use studies court etc. ..4;
mated his loss to building, equipment of his meat-cutting and curing Wednesday In an effort to training program. by a county; committee preceded Town House Enterprises will

4 and stock at from equipment. determine the origin of the fire. "We have been awful lucky. completion of the proposal the' construct the units,and bids from ,

\ Jt 35.000 to $40,000. "I didn't, -- -. attorney has before him. subcontractors are already being -
have a of Insurance" he .
penny .. > received. Plans drawn
J Clerk were
"' 'oC\.' The city; according to
said. l
.. W. .. is by the architectural firm of Ernest -
Merrill Edwards ImplementIng -
Doug Sullivan, the owner's ., 11" .. .
Wolfman & Associates with
-.. Jta.f 4f 'fT' 9. I its zoning code. He said he ,
young son, said he discoveredthe : ", had no Idea what the Chamber officers In Jacksonville and TI-
i'., fire as he left the house on _.. .. tusville.
1/ "It.4 ., ,'. ,., meant when Its Board of Governors -
his way to school about 7:30.: \ ," '. called for stricter enforcement Mitchell said that Town House
lie said the back section of the ,
of city zoning laws. will apply in the future for add-
4 I '4 building was ablaze at that time ....a.c. itional units to be constructed
and a few minutes later some- ., Chamber Manager John Myers on another location owned by

thing seemed to explode"blow ",,'";<, "", said what the board had in mind the corporation In Starke. He
'..:. up" and the fire Immediately '..\ ;' specifically Is the Indian Header said the 60 units were all that
( spread to the front building.The ".:"!. fortune teller with a placeof approval could be obtained for

: fire seemed to have started "', business on North Temple at this time. I
? ..' about the middle of the back Avenue adjacent to the new county Figures on overall cost of the

building young Sullivan said in .. ; courthouse. Myers also said project were not disclosed.

QJ the area where electric fuse the Governors felt the trash sit
: :-J boxes are located. lie called .. 4r .. ;.f uation In the city Is not being

ib. the Keystone Heights Volunteer +. : enforced to the degree called CountyTakes

il Fire Department whose truck for by the city zoning code.
arrived on the scene about 7:45:

/ 'J '. and fought the stubborn blaze :fI. City; Clerk Merrill Edwards
01I for two hours before putting It said the Indian Reader establishment -

out. Walls In the front building I. ,.- .., in the trailer next to

Lynn Greene State Hand Content! Winner remained standing but most of .- the courthouse has complied with

the equipment and goods stored ,. the city zoning code. lie said
there was a total loss. I Tuesday afternoon the property DitchAn

I Among the Items destroyed was r t ; Is zoned for business but
Little Girl SoundFive
Big If trailer the
that a owner gets
:3.GUO pounds of meat-- with the 1 : permission of 3/4 of the surrounding order of taking has been
exception of about 200 pounds, I
issued In Circuit Court here
years of practice paid cellent, second highest rating.A which was saved-- and 1.000 meets property owners Pro-that giving Bradford County; an easement -
city requirements.
off for Lynn Greene when she saxophone quartet, Greg Cay .. .. '. ..r.i needed to clean outa drain
prietor of the fortune telling establishment -
won a superior rating the highest Mike White, Paul Faulkner and age canal in the Heilbronn Springsarea.
.. has also purchased
given, for a tuba solo' at Louise Temple also won an excellent Careless Fires .;I : .
a city license to operate the
the State Band Contest in Fensacola rating. They were ac- -s-- '
a. v .. clerk said.Mdwards. A perpetual easement Is being
last week. accompanied on the drums by David Cause Losses obtained by the county; in condemnation -

Lynn, a junior is the daughterof Jordan.In said the trash the proceedings against
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Greeneof concert competition the MILS Young l/Jo # Sullivan stands dejectedly among: ruins of his father's business at Chamber must be referring to Anita W, Boles and others. The
Starke. She was the only Bradford band won a rating of "good. Of 'Ihcrcssu.I Doutf says he was learning the, business bul now everything, is! gone. is some city lots which need land Is commonly known as the

High band member to wina In sight reading the band received cleaning of underbrush. A city Maude Wainwright Hess proper-
an excellent rating. Burning conditions at this time
ordinance does give authorityfor t
superior rating. The band shows promise for are described by the I I' loridaForest the to such ty.The; has been deededto
Billy Myrick's performance in city places property;
a baritone solo was rated ex- future years. Bandmaster l Dean Service: as "very bad"In Tri-Lafee Drainage after 10 days notice to the Anita W. Holes Mrs. Hess'
Cassels; said Judges commented. Bradford County; and surrounding -
property owner, and then billed daughter, but Mrs. Hess has
The band has many fine Individual area and a new warningwas for the service reserved a life-time right to
players Cassels; said Issued about "careless
live on the property.;
the judges commented. fires." That city clean up law Is being -

The band traveled to I'ensa- There has been no measur- DiscussedProperty Implemented In every Instance On May 6 ClrcultJudge George
cola via -Jacksonville City; able rain since April 20 and extremely Problem of which the city is aware I.. Patten signed the order tak

Coach; line after the Greyhound dry woods coupled with Kdwards: says. ing. It contains a stipulation that

canceled reservations two days sometime coupled with brisk tout fac- out of Sumpson the county must deposit the sum
owners In flood-prone probably be base; on !too much water Hullding Inspector Oscar Crosby -
prior to the Thursday departure winds' has caused several trash' areas around Sampson ;and(Crosby : torN, ,however, and predicted It I Lake during i rlods of low wa- chocks on zoning violationsIn of $2,000 In the registry of the
SB !I.ut rir date. Greyhound also can- fires II, get out of hand and court before taking possession
Lakes were given a sympathetic wan unlikely they would spend|> ter. the city, the clerk says ABoard
of the land.Amount .
celed on ,hernandlna Beach High, burn a total of 74 acres of car by a representativeof :any largo ;amount of money on McMillan :Starke; surveyor of Adjustment then rules
be for the
FLEA MARKETThum. but thai school was' able to obtain woodland.On to paid ease
the :Southern Hallway Systemat the protect ulnco the Southern slated Uial, !total cnpacltv of on each case brought up or on ment along the 500 foot drainage
buses.The April 30. fire escaped from a meeting here last 'I l hursday, track al Sampson IH .. branch; the three rail:, r".ld culvorlH IH' 37 which there Is n complaint from canal will be determined in .
.. Fri.. Sat.May t. MHS band left al 8:30: trash burning at the Keystone of with train ;a day than, Die highway citizen
bul got no definite promIse! line only one square|' feet 'less : a trial. The county das the right,
11, 15. K a.m. last' Thursday and arrived Airport dump and burned 18 action toward lowering culverts each; WilY I He said the railroad; culvert Adding: one moioculvert
Members of the Hoard of Ad- however, to enlarge the canal
10) hours' later In I'ensacola.'Ihtyattended '
acres of UmM.Tl.incl. dam.iKO; from Increase, (the flow
under their tracks' at SamimonCity. had; nol .utteredany ; would' :
Next to Bradford a:concert' : hursday of night! (m May 5. fire escaped froma c:I wa.shoulM. al that point but had under the railroad by ('i3 square' man iiiKlmenl Mrs.are Marguerite.Iohn Torode Hall, chair-In- required Immediately sum upon of money depositing In the the
by the l.nlvemily Mlchh/an ;
of trouble al 'I 1 heressa, and .
AbstractW. loin he saId.liahiert .
band. which Is' Inuring the country land-clearing operation on 'I 1 he meeting was sot up by feel man (ireon, Arch Thomas Sr. registry of the court.
; burned I 17 Hampton from. flood waters. ( (;Kinlllm.m. a pni'|>erly
GrlffU and
Call Street l-oop acres Jacksonville' attorney Under and S.G( 'Denmark.)
and happened tom [In "I'eniacrila. The county sought the orderof
In hit of the pnib1cm ( LakeexproHHCd,

presentation onCnmby
lit forest land, one outbuilding / owner
Smith, Jr., representing! property -
'I he MHS r students' '
Sponsored hy Women were and threatened two res owners of the area, and was attorney Smith said thai, fear 'lowering I Hie riillroadciilverlN : I I The Chamber' resolution referring taking through Its attorney.
"very much Impressed" with the three, railroad, culverts' wero would drain the' lakes II) the city states In County; Judge T.A. Yawn after
of St. Mark's idence: attended by.-I.I.' I (;Gelmlnl :Vu-
the Canftelssaid.
big college band '
months of hesitation for fear
'I he most damaging careless thern's, track supervisor from alxiut Ihruu feel hit/her. In Uio, unless, there was Home way toconhul port that It:
than Die /box' culverts 1 'the' flow of wilier In ..1 rylie that the action would set a pre.
fire CMcaficd from trashburningon ( the Valdosla 1 ' 'I he: band played In concert at under the highway' and "ldll Smith, replied Pleat (this cedent under which every land
May Breakfast Uessenl I toad on I I' ebruary 13, In addition bi, several of the CIty Starko
9:3': ') a.m. I rlday morning and "rm-k fill" owner on whose property the
he dime
burning( 41 acres of woods land. property owners, were all flvo that they Nerved as a dam In riHild :minx C Code by the City Official -
In Moloft and ensemble contest and endangering several homesIn members' of Die llradford County preventing the maximum, Dow ui..,,., or Home oilier lyiv' of Inexfionslvi county; might need rightofwayto
Starke Woman* Club at 2:30) I rlday ..rwnw", 'I,ihe concerned. In order topreftorvo dig canals or build roads.
: I the :trw.. ''ommlsslon. who were Invited of waler from, ?Sampson. l.-ikc- 51'ruuisurv.Snlthi ( Uio city's environment

Saturday. May 1R band arrived bark In Starlitat 'I 1 he I I- lorlda I I'oreHl.unlce! tit I sit In, Ihouxh' not HIWI1I-| In Ume of flood. He also' pointed .- Maid Dial / 1I1yalllr'rtwk I finn the unsightly And undesirable In April, however the board
3 a.m. Saturday after another wan assisted by the Keystone Horln the. meeting. out Uial. Iho railroad's: round, which empties Into. Kowcll' and elements' thai are deniedby Instructed Its attorney to Instigate

12 Noon "I'M'iur') bus ride Volunteer I I' Ire Ueparlmonl and After Innjiecllrin pholojrnptiMHhowlng : $ rulvor! eve It filled. |Ii> (U..., St,,,,"H..II I.IlkoH, dialns a 2'. .thii. .. C'41d,'... condemnation proceedings.

Club Ifoueie Ole: Bradford. County: Volunteer riomJ condition. In the' I li>1''i. would. neil) have, Uio rapidly '- sipiaie: mile :niua HtarthiK: al lh..saIiutlaui. rcferrrlw to tho The order of taking Is the first
Band Meet Tonight \ of lIst "IMIX lh (lay Counl.y. I lint), and IH' .mil. step
c-.", I I' Ire iKiparlmenl fl (htln ( these CroMliy-Samimori, area, :and Ja surveyor's sijuare culvvrlM. < Casualty' H la lea In purl:
An it v.m. m i'-,'.l'I"r: / ih j blaes.Itue! drawing, showing, : UKIrailroad SmIth\ HUKWNltHl" 'Dial' Hie llutculMlliiK <<> adc<|.uale' In lime, of flood.. He .. The blocked drainage canal was
.mmuni1J1 U'144I-1 Kirn, ".,,i'l l I''. ,nrn' to bad burning condition) rulvcrl' capiirHv, an ciilverlM' should' .' 1 lx. < wild 'tuna.ill..." firlor conh, ,ii hsu.tilE Unit II fnvorn. .Niipunrlii, blamed In the county's I'ebruary
IHrt loriiKbt/ iI ::01,1MoJ1': at thin time, tie puMIr" IN' asked compared wild' ,INK iilvrrtn, under h.weiixl. or another rulvcrl a
-- (ate ZatttN J4, ;In I t Pig, ; "f/.ri'l, 1 r-orn, to use extra precaution; In all/ lh" highway, al' |j.liil,', al.l II... presoul level. He said I 11 I mite r ronimnli, | H IIIH! other i exMxllllmiN rnartmcnl' ( of It( which drowned 15.111)0) ) chickens
woodland' OWIHMH have ilialneilUivlr : Iv AmliiK: I Code, and Mini:, II .ivuiieslH Hi tie McCarthy place at
bumlnv.lCraU'IOH, arid I l/ IKI- Harvey
I' s.f\ I)., iti'-.lliig In to / fiflmlnl' HaitI; "IK- would' I pieMcnlII tluil, 'lowering (he, culvi-rls would
"- r.. PO.-H._.._ lip ,.!/I"it ,..ffifr:: ";1.1! 'l.nfif:, "-nl' tlfy the I forest Sorvlie, pl WI"O *! problem ,I., 'his, superiors. for 'vssllata (consliiirllon: ., ntSOUK pond. ,. HO 'lIed I 'these nonn '. llv. Ibhiiil' of Urmlford( Hcllbronn. 11 he Commission has
.._.. ..,.., __ WA'MVt:; when planning 'In stan' .iNHlble I HIIIV| CotimilxHliineiH, tolltlN givoI received numerous complaints
r i) ; i?. t,' tinbif' >.1 l itiiittmtn, t>ii lli,*. l zulus ) type of udhixlahlo' biin or "
cirvir.g ysst. a fire for any J.l'ltlJ',1I4' He laid lhlr, decision, would. spillway lo keep| fiom tlralnlnjr: a("it,ii Iiui'iI" I'"un' Flint i I riMfM'Nt llll I | |I" |Ii iii IV.(. nile lilt Uio, dllcli In recent 75T5.i' .

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5flteStTOT Officers InstalledBy b,. fh.... .Hawaiian Theme Used at 'Hoolaulea Birthday Party f
Little WomenAt -'"" .aC1I
For John and Dell Adams Saturday Night For Ricky Alvarez

Final MeetingThe

I Alvarez celebrated :his I''
WOMEN final meeting of the' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tenrtlle- fruit and flowers surroundedthe Athens Ga.; Rex Brown At- Ricky I
fifth birthday Sunday after.
Club:] year for the Little Women gar Jr. entertained Mr. and party urea. Fishnets studded lanta, Ga.; Suzanne Judd, Ten when' Ma parents Mr.
a Clubwaa: held Monday Mrs Jclin Adams of Athens .: with shells and ,bits of ry: Taylor. Cindy Kessler Tom- noon ] f''
and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Jr.,
aCJadyi!''Mooty: Phone 964-7808' ""_ ..r '- -- night. Plans were discussed Ca.. Saturday evening with a"hoolaulea" coral were hung on the garden my Andrews, Larry Noegel gave a party for him and 17 I
at their home wall. Brilliant chrysanthemums and Douglas Hardy of Jacksonville -
lor the annual party to toe
little friends Iftt their home on :
held( ]< at ;the Strickland cottage 1525 E. Call: Street. magnolias, orchid and ; Halite Seymour of Bayless Highway '

DKG Installs an Lake Johnson, May 1617. InformnLty was the order ofthe gardenias were! strewn along THusvllle. and Doug Seymour The party was held] In th
Denise Winkler Is In charg9; day at the party as Hawaiian the buffet serving table and of Tampa. refreshmenttable
yard the
New'Officers and all members planning'to : Ad the hula. The ladles Individual tables.: Torches or Approximately 28 guests covered with a ;
attend are asked to meet at (wahlnes) came In In Macclenny 'white 'linen cloth and held a r
and sarongs> and the men ground and hurricane lamps
the Winkler home at 7:30: pjn.
birthday cake carrying out a
Saturday.The (kancs) wui4 their rwlQd-lC; :t tsport !were used .on the tables. Miss June Harding Is returnIng -
Delta] Gamma Society, I
Kappa clown theme.
shirts.: The Luau was served from
to Atlanta
members after
Alpha Nu chapter: met In Mac( following new Friday spend- Favors of marbles for the
''WOOden bowls and ]
l 'Were introduced:: : Ann Haynes Guests were greeted with platters on ing two weeks with her parents, bubble for
In the the and Jars
clenny Friday aright boys
leis for all] and flower for straw mats* with U leaves.
Gayle] Hatcher. Debbie Shang.let '* a Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Harding Sr.
United Methodist Church recreation the girls were given to the
Kay Turner, Vicky Turner. the women to tuck over one
hall.]] Each guest received 'a uhand youngsters.
Cindy Mitchell Vicky: Barks ear. Mrs. A a.msWas/ given Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Herlong] ,
11decor.aUng decorated .
used \ Luau
Spring flowers were menu as A
dale Carol Bloodworth. and an orchid. have had as visitors Mrs. Myra Mrs. W.B. Thompson Is expected -
the hall], and the memento of the occasion. Hawaiian
z/ Barbara Vallnsky. These atrl8'W111 The Island festival was Foy of Easley, S.C., Mrs.Lucille home this weekend
:refreshment table was centered music complemented her
iY'e of be officially Inducted at staffed around a. beautiful the setting.Out Dunn of Hawthorne and Mrs. spending three weeks with
with arrangement
an Pearl] Smith of Palatka] last Fri-
the September meeting lighted swimming pool with son and daughter-in-law
of town
guests IncludedMr.
roses. Cindy Strickland retiring two large floating flower ar day, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Mrs. Don R. Thompson and
Miss Karlle Tyler assistedby and Mrs. Adams and Mr.
Mlkovsky of Belle Glade]
Mrs. Sallie O'Hara conducted president, gave a resume of rangemcnts. Masses! of. foliage and Mrs. Harry Wooley of day. on baby daughter In Corpus Christ,
the club's] activities of the Texas.Don't .
a memorial service in honor -
of the Founders of Delta] :year and thanked all membersfor
their cooperation In making -
1 ,
r t. Kappa Gamma. Mrs. successful..
Norman showed slides to com-
Alpha] Nu's tenth Mrs Bill Chambers >president > ,

\birthday.Mrs.. Edna. Hart presided Club of Installed the Junior the Woman'followingnew Settle For Less Than The

.over the ,business meeting at officers in an Impressive

Heritage"which the second were time would announced edition scholarship soon of and!be avail"Our that winners ceremony June Haas Warren; ;Hardy':recording vice-president president; corresponding secretary Robyn Linda "Best' The N o.1 1 Name InAppliance'

f secretary Denise Winkler:

I able.As treasurer, Kitty Hazen. Mrs. J.
outgoing president t I
D. Warren and Mrs. William
Sales !
Hart presented to :the society
15 song books for use at meet. Haas will serve as co-sponsors. :
Past sponsors, Mrs. F. W.
ings.Mrs. Strickland and Mrs. J. D. War
Norman installed for
the coming !biennium the .following ]. ren went presented\ crystal
and sliver Jelly server> by the t t
officers: Mrs. Marie
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and Strickland was Big capacity andii'
WoodleY, president; Mrs. Joan club Cindy big
with leather bound
presented< a
Smith first vice-president;
Automatic Icemaker!
Mrs. Tommie Nolan, second photograph album.
the meeting a social -
vice-president; Mrs. LonitaM
!hour was held. The refreshment t
G111. recording secretary; table was covered 17.6 cu. ft. No Frost Refrigerator t
Mrs. Shirley] Jasonek, corres- '-
and with Automatic Icemaker
ponding secretary and Mrs. 'with a white linen cloth -sea ass
held] a silver punch bowl] at
Edna Hart. parliamentarian
Mrs. .Mona Canova led the, one end and an arrangement Ice bin stores 12.9 Ibs., about 340 cubes.
and lillles at
of hydrangeas'!
Refreshmentswere t
in singing.
group served by the Macclenny] the other end. Mrs. J. D. Zero-degree freezer holds up to 165 Ibs. t
Warren presided at the punch
members. M Mobile Cold with separate temperature
!bowl. Hostesses were Helen
from Starke /were
Mrs. Jane Long, Jan Bitch and! LIn- controls for each section.
Mrs. Hart Mrs. Norman
i Mrs. Canova. Mrs. Noltn, Mrs. da Futch. t ; Four Adjusta-Shelves. 2 slide out.
Mrs. Kate All] old members are required a t
Willie Mae Denton Covered slide-out meat
Phil Vallenga. to be at the clubhouse on

I Evelyn Suzanne Dukes Becomes Bride Mrs Sheppard Sue, Wlnkler Mrs.] Mrs. Helen] Saturday. May 16, no ]later ti .. ...mod. Twin vegetable bins 2/3 bushel.
Haney. than 11:30: to serve at the Senior y Adjustable door shelves.
Mrs. Evelyn ,
Of Bennie Williams in Savannah ChurchMiss Johns. club May e
and Miss Della Rosenberg. t a Butter\ Conditioner.

Evelyn Suzanne Dukes, on the baskets. Removable t
bins for 24
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horace A reception was held In the Luncheon Given Roberts, Named igT eggs.
Eugene Dukes of Savannah, church social] hall. The bride's ; Coil-free back.

Ga., and Bennie George Williams table was centered with a three- For Mrs. Adams, President of UDC k Rolls out on wheels for easy cleaning.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack tiered wedding cake topped witha
Lemuel Williams of Starke were bride and groom. This was Recent Bride Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar Jr. t ',,,:l t, / / 30'/4" wide and 66" high. t

united in marriage on Satuday, flanked by silver candelabra,decorated and Mrs. Curtis Sanders were -i"= GE colors or white.
May 2, at 3 o'clock In the Crest- with pompoms and plu-] Mrs. John Adams of Athens, hostesses at the UDC meeting \ s /
Mil] Baptist Church In Savannah mosus fern. The two punch tables Ga., a recent bride was hon Wednesday afternoon of last
with Rev. Richard J. Brookshire were centered with silver ored at a luncheon' Saturdayin week at the home of the form-
performing. the nuptials.] punch bowls encircled] with fern the Pecan Room of the Garden
The altar was.decorated with and white pompoms. Restaurant, given by Mies er.Mrs.. L. O. Powell presidedat t tLIfe
pedestal baskets of white gladioli After a wedding trip to South Lillian Stump Mrs. J. R. the (meeting. when the Service what we..sell, Fast,
and mums against a back- Florida] the couple Is residingat Wainwright Mrs. Charles Darby (Ichapter voted to 'help financea Dependable and Service For the only $
ground of palms, candelabra 502 E. 54th street, Savannah, : and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. building at Ellington Fla. $359
arch, and tree candelabra. Ga. The bride traveled in a Guests were seated at a U- for housing Confederate papers of your appliance.
Frank L. Williams attendedhis pink and white coat-dress ensemble ehaped table which was cen- and articles. of value. l
brother as best man. RobertH. with which she wore tered with an arrangement! of The following]] officers were i lI
Williams Gainesville and the orchid from her bridal] bou- mixed spring flowers. Place elected and will be Installed' I
Richard L. Williams of Starke,
quet.Mr. cards decorated with sweet- at the June meeting: president .
brothers of the attendedas Williams Is
peas marked the seating arrangement :Mrs. .George Roberts size
ushers. an electrical engineer with the
for the 23 guests. Sr.; first vice-president. Mrs. Super
The bride, given In marriageby U.S. Corps of Engineers In Savannah '
The hostesses presented the Lester Crews second vtc-pres-
her father, wore floor]length .
white gown of silk organza with 'honoree with, a corsage and a Ident Mrs. J. W. Klncald. secretary / frozen food
Chantilly lace bodice. The empire set of. Queen size sheets and Mrs. W. !B. Mundy; storage
bodice featured a wedding Stork Shower pillow cases as a memento of treasurer, Mrs. H. L. Speer;
ring collar and long bishop cuffed the occasion historian, Miss Norma Canova; t ,
pointed sleeves. The -Une silhouette For Mrs. Vellenga An out-of-town, guest was registrar, Miss Madge MldCte-: Holds
was bordered In a rich Mrs. William H. Thomson ofMontlcello. up
!Mrs. Philip Vellenga] /was ton.Mrs.. 20.0 Cu. Ft.
Chantilly lace. She chose as her W. H. Nollman. historian "
veil a cathedral] length mantilla, honored at a luncheon and read the Origin of Oonfed. to 701 Ibs.!
completely scalloped In Chantilly] stork shower Wednesday given I erate Memorial] Day which began -
lace and held In place by a pill by Mrs. Richard Joke], Mrs. In Columbus, Ga. t t
box cap. She carried an arrangemen 'Charles Schmitt and Mrs. David "Power-on" signal light.

of white carnations centered Montgomery at the homeof Rugged, double-seal cabinet,
with a white orchid. the latter.Arrang.ements. defrost drain.Selfleveling .
Miss Janice of spring '
honor and Mrs.Dukes Ralph was] Sailors maidof ]- flowers] were .used In decora New ArrivalsEnsign For Mary Bellinger, t 'i on uneven floors. t

and Mrs. Richard Dukes ting.The BrideElectMiss
were bridal]attendants.Miss Lisa hostesses presented the '
Smith was flower girl. The attendants honoree with a diaper bag as ChestFreezer
were all gowned alikein a memento( of the occasion. and Mrs. Donald R. Mary BolUnger, whose ,
floor length heather blue dot- Twenty guests !Were Invitedto Thompson of Corpus ChrISti, marriage! to John Eric Douglaswill _
ted swiss with nylon chiffon attend. Texas 'announce the birth of be an event of May 28, t NOW $249 tt t
sleeves. Around the empire a daughter, Allison Joyce, on 'was complimented with two
waist they wore copen blue velvet ]- Mrs. Lonnie Harley was vis- May 6. Paternal grandparents parties in the past week.
ribbon that extended to the iting Mr. and Mrs. Al] Harley are Mr and Mrs. W. B. Thompson On Thursday night Mr.
hem. They carried baskets of and family at Merritt Island] over of Starke.: Sherrod Hamilton. Mrs. Harry
pink carnations with blue ribbon the weekend. Mooty and Mrs. Gladys Weldon I t t tt

... ....................... ........... ...... ...................... ........... ........... .......................................... ................ ........... ............ ...... ..... ...... ..... gave a 'bridal] shower at the
home Miss Bollinger.of the latter honoring 3 cycles Permanent Press !

Bradford High School G.A.A. era Arrangements'were used of in spring the :party flow.

was(rooms..centered The refreshment with an antique table] t Low, low price I

container holding pink roses

and sweet peas.
Presents The hostesses presented the
honoree with a Corning casserole t

occasion.On: as. a memento of the ;:;:. L Filter-Flo t

Friday night Mrs. O. L. o Washer
The Grand Country Music Haynes Jr. gave a linen shower ,

.for Miss BoUlnger. ,
Spring flowers were used in -- Filter-Flo wash system- ,

decorating for the occasion. ends lint-fuzz on all size
SHOW The refreshment table was
centered with a bride doll]] u p to loads.
flanked .by white tapers in Was 3 water-level selections. t

silver candelabra. A garland lbs. 3 wash, 2 rinsetemperatures.
of ivy and white pompoms encircled
Featuring. candle holders.the centerpiece and Cold water wash and rinse.

During the evening, guests :I.4 Permanent Press cycle t

Florida Crocodile 'were towel] each to embroider given and a kitchen give to with "Cooldown."

the honoree.! Her gifts were .

The Plainsmen presented to her in an aqua: ,
and white parasol.]
Mrs. Haynes presented Miss $ t

Joy Bullington Bollinger with/ a table cloth ONLY-

and( matching napkins as memento
of the occasion. 1991

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Harrington -

Friday May 15th-8:00: and Sunday daughter visitors of Jacksonvillewere of his mother

p.m. Mrs. Gladys Harrington SILK DE GAS AND APPLIANCES E332

BHS AUDITORIUMPAGE Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman -
of Jacksonville were visiting W. Madison St.
i Mrs. E.K. Perryman over Phone 964-770J
the weekend. _J
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A. C. TetstoneBirthday DCT Breakfast Mr. and Mrs.J.R. Weldon and

[=.profsla i:hnnw DinnerFriends Set For May 20 Comb family on Mr.of Sunday.Jacksonville and Mrs. Jack were visiting Mc--

and relatives fathered 4 The annual DCT Club Employer *
j Sunday.. May. 3, at the borne >> Employee Breakfast' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefaneiu
'of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Teuton. and outing will be held Wed- spent Mother's Day with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Micky Dansby a& HeUbronn Springs to help tesday. May 20, with breakfast and Mrs. Raymond Stofanelll at
Gainesville Mrs. Gene Shaw and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Layeof Mr. Tetstone celebrate hia 66ft served at 7:30: a.m. at the Salt Springs.
of were
ter and Mrs J.R. Walnwright: birthday anniversary Holiday Inn in .Starke. MIke d ,,
night dinner guests of Mr. and Greenwood, S.C. were Monday ,
Mrs. R.O.Ormsby. were visiting Mr. and Mrs John visitors of Dr. and Mrs. A birthday dinner warn Berried Khoden. DCT president, said Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Patrick
Kopelousos in Birmingham, Ala. T.G. Hitch.CapC on the lawn and was enJoyed that all employer of DCT student and family of West Florida spent
Mrs. Robert Farrior of last week. by the following. guests: I at BBS had been Invitedto 1 the weekend with her mother.
BrooksvlUe was Friday overnight and Mrs. Franklin Ritch Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Thomas attend. Mrs. Gladys Weldon.
Mr. and .Mrs. W.F. Thomsonnd f Fort Rucker and family.: Mr. and Mrs.
visitor of her parents, Mr. and > Ala. were vis-
Mrs..Ralph Dlggs. \, son of Tallahassee and Mrs. ting his mother, Mrs. Hazel Marklee Harris and family.: Ernest Allen and daughters,
/.H. Thomson of Monticello 'Well, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Rehtoerg Local admittances to Bradford Joyce and Peggy Sue, Tina Gro-
and Mrs. J.H.Dennis pent the weekend with Mrs. and familY :Sonny Tetstone.Mr. ver and Mrs. Susie
Mr. spent '.F. County; Hospital this week Include s Gllsson of
the weekend with their son-in- Stump.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T.E. Herndon of and Mrs. Ernest Tetstone : Miss Nancy Gay, Ches- Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur -
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Valdosta and Mr. and Mrs. R.M. and son, Mr. and Mrs. TommyJones ter Wise, Mrs. Edna Crawford Graver of Lake City; were
James Martin and family In Tallahassee and Mrs. Ben Rowland, Herndon and family of Gainesvillewere and family. Tony' Tet.> p.. Marvin F, Hazen, Mrs. Gussie Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
who celebrated their 50th wed- weekend guests of Mrs. Drone Mrs. Mary Godwin and Durden, Mrs. Maude Grlffls, Mrs. J.O. Dann In Melrose.
ding anniversaryonSaturdaybad Pearl Edwards.A. children.:' Mr. and Mra. Steve af Miss June Jarvis, Miss Jenny
Rex Brown of Atlanta, Ga. visIted their children home for the week- Nipper and daughter Mrs. Tomlinson, Mrs. Myrtle Harris, Sgt. and Mrs. Mike Derrick
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. end: Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mar- G. McLarln and daughter, Sonny Bias and children, all and Mrs. Sillar Gunter, Starke; and daughter, Kathryn, of
George W. Brown over the week shall and daughter of Apalachl- Frances, of Panama City; were of Gainesville: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Vida Estes, Mrs. Ethel Charleston AFB S.C. spent
end. cola Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith isittng Mrs. O.L. Haynes Sr. Clyde iFutch' and family PalaItoa Griffis, and Mrs. Alma Grlf the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ,
of Tallahassee and Mr.and Mrs. jver the weekend. ; Mra. Mora Clarke and fis, Lawtey; Miss Debbie Grlf Denver Devrick.
Mrs. K.G. Duncan has barn William Carter and family of Mrs. Rachel sasser Starke: fis, Mrs. Mary Dukes, MissEula ,A.r .
transferred from Bradford County Starke. They all had dinner in Mrs. J.A. Howe of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. George Tetstone. Mae Ryder and Miss Patricia Mrs. Louie Belle Parks has
; Hospital to Alachua General St. Augustine on Sunday. I visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone' Holmes, Lake Butler; Mrs. Em- returned after a months visit
Hospital. .A. Newsom. and family, Mr. and; Mrs. Rate ma Newman, and Fitzhugh L. with relatives in Atlanta and Ros-
Mrs. Edna Hill of Pomona, Cal- well, Ga. She
ford Tetstone and family; Shir. Easterly, Keystone Heights;Mrs. was accompaniedhome
Rev. and Mrs. R.D. Burch and if, is visiting her mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson were ley. Truby, and Otis, TetStone: Luler Carter, Maxville;and Ber- by her son and daughter-
family spent several days last Bertha Pearce, this week. unday dinner guests of Mrs. Mrs. Ruby Allen and son. Ed ry Dyal Jr., Graham.Mr. In-law Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parks,
week with her mother,
Mrs.R.C. who remained for the weekend.
Mae Hawkins in Waldo.
Hallett In Eastvllle Mr. and Mrs. Ward and award all of Brooker: and Mrs.
Va. Roy of and Mrs. Ron Patray and
Darby Peek of Lake City; spent Halite Seymour of Cocoa Beach Porscy Bird and family daughter, Sherrl, of Huntsville, Miss Suzanne Judd of Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson Sunday with their mother, Mrs. and Doug Seymour of Tampa hake Geneva. Ala. were recent visitors of his sonville spent the weekend with
who have been residing at 1404 S.L. Peek Sr. were home for the weekend. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Peter her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.R.
E. Call Street, have moved Into F. HomemakersHave Wilkinson.Mrs. Judd.
their new home on Bessent Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Gaha- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrison -
Road. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nobles gan of Bluffton, S.C. and son. had their children and families LuncheonThe George Johnson of Jack- What has warts and Is pop..
plan to move Into the house Jack Gahagan of Cape Kennedy, home for the weekend: Mr. sonville and Mr. and Mrs. Albert ular? The cucumber pickle.
vacated by the Fergusons or were weekend guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Ralph Morrison, Mr. Future Homemakers of Sawyer and family of Jack- Americans now eat eight
June 1 1. Mrs. L.G. Powell. and Mrs. Virgil Morrison. Mr. America held their annual spring sonville Beach were Sunday pounds a year each of this
and Mrs. George Morrison, and luncheon on Wednesday, May 8, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Casual delicacy, first brought here
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trawick Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Morrison, at Bradford High School. The Sawyer. by Christopher Columbus in
and children of Sanford ill of Leesburg.Mr. decoratedin tackle GnMclna modeled this 1494. Cleopatra
were in Tallahassee Sunday visiting were Homemaking area was thought pick
his mother, Mrs. H.D.Tra- visiting their parents, Mr.and the club colors of red and Friends of Mrs. W.S. Slade orchid and white print dress les contributed to her beauty
wick. Mrs. Robert Green and Mrs. and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthyand white, with spring flowers as will regret to hear she brokea of Arncl, Fortel and Polyester ; Roman Emperor Tiberius
Eoline Smith over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. Lily Bridges were visiting centerpieces. Decorations and A little bone in her right wrist at recently in the Junior Wom- he lived to be 95 felt
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwardsof : Mrs. J.O. Deaver in Brunswick food were prepared by the club home Monday night. en's Spring Fashion Show. It they contributed to his longevity. -
Fernandina Beach were Sun- and Mrs. Eddie Douglas and also visited Jekyll members and their sponsors. Dressed Up can be seen at Stumps. .
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. of Atlanta spent the weekend with Island and St. Simons Island over Miss Martha Sue McCain.Miss
David Browning. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert the weekend.Mr. Della Rosenberg, and Mrs. Jacqueline j : c:: ,
Green and Mr. and Mrs. Cline spoke Thin white double breasl.tdcoat
en careers --- ,
Mrs. Lomle Futch fell anc Howard Douglas in Brooker. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews for the modem woman In all dress accented with contrasting -..... --- --'-. ..--- -. ---_.-.--_.._____._uu.....__....
broke her hip on Saturday while of Folkston, Ga. were Sunday fields. buttons wan worn by ,
visiting friends in Greenville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tannerof visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Garl Club sponsors are Mrs. Max- MIR, Suran Wiggins in the
S.C. She is confined in a Greenville Baldwin were Saturday visitors Mathews.Dr. Ine Gibson, Mrs. Virginia Wald- Junior Women's Spring Fash-
hospital. ( of Mrs. J.H. Fields. "nlre, and Mrs. Hildallaas,home sion. It can be !seen at Stumps. pringshine ale !
and Mrs. Barney McRae commies Instructors. t
Mrs. M.E. Austin of Martinez Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Douvllle f Lake City; and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hug- f ,
Ga. spent several days last of Orange Park were last Thurs- Bobby Crawford of Crystal River gins and son of Orange Park __
week with Mrs. Walla Lipsey day night visitors of Mr and and their families were Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawsonand and Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Mc-
and Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Mrs. R.H. Grider and Mr. and day guests of Mr. and Mrs. family of Tallahassee spent Rae and son of Jacksonville were ," t! ,,
Smith. Mrs. Kenneth Grider. Barney McRae and Mrs. Betty; Thursday to Saturday with Mr. visiting their parents Mr. and ,
Crawford. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson. Mrs. George Hugglns on Sunday. 'f '
Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of East ,
J.W. Klncald spent Friday to Palatka spent the weekend with
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Thomas.

Hoppe in Tampa.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price f \ t tt

and Mrs. Don Ray Tllley and family of Port St. Joe are
of Jacksonville were visiting Thursday overnight guests other USED CARSpicked
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.B.Jor-

Jackson ler on Sunday and Mrs. Robbie Shal- dan.Mr.. and Mrs. John Kopelousosand o 0 t @ (!JJOO @&[IDrnLfe r t tt

Misses Ginger Baldwin and family of Birmingham, Ala.
Jayne Hardy of Tift College and re visiting their parents Mr.
Evelyn Sinclair of Mercer University and Mrs. J.R. Wainwright and for
; were home for the week- Mr. and Mrs. George Kopelou-
end. sos this week.Mrs.George Kope- TRACTORSANNOUNCES
'ousos is in St. Vincent's Hos- t t tf

, Mr and Mrs. Harry Wooley ,dtal.
1 of Athens, Ga. were weekeix greater smileage
guests of Mr and Mrs. John Airman and Mrs. R.G. Thorn- 7horsepcrmodel-
Watson m at_ Klngsley Lake. ton of Jacksonville NAS were 13 NI.geubansmission
visiting her parents. Mr. and f f
Mr. and Mrs. John Adams of Mrs. Harry Mooty; on Saturday. ---- - - :), .t'PFtJ !i',
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Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Law- Transmission Tires.. t d < j
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Mrs. Dean Hansen Mrs. W.H. son over the weekend. The Lawson 107 d'n: ;;; : ;
Hart, Mrs. David Black, Miss also had as guest the first Steering. Factory Air Condition, Hood Pins 383 Cu. In. V-8, Rac ,
Ann Manning and Mrs Edward of the week, Mrs. Lula Grimesof Tinted Glass. WSW Tires, Radio. Ing Stripes.
Orleman attended a church con- Fort Worth, Texas.
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Circuit Court Action first set. less check; Alfred Hill, Jr.with-
Returned OpensLarry
indictment' t t the Not absentee In custody docket and were placed: on Harvey holding,support withholding; James support Richard;

with of moonshine Kenneth Richey, Issuing worth- Ruls, robbery
transportation Lester Wayne ;
Wayne King, 21yearold Florida charged State with Prison escaping road from a, whiskey. He also plead not guilty tinued.but on Dec. 10 his case! was con- less check; Lewis Albert Pad- James Elzle Chandler, forgery,
In Bradford man with a long camp to that offense and a trial was gett, Issuing worthless check; and Paul Rufus Campbell,escape.
ShootingThe breaking into the home of Mr. -Fred Carlton Turner
LawteyA juvenile record, was sentencedto set. 29, Matthew Simms, Issuing worth-
five years in prison Monday and Mrs. W.A. Stern of Starke, charged with grand larceny In
and larceny of the Stern's car -In two of possessionand the theft of radios from Gay's
for the April 1969 break-In of charges ...
first degree murder Indict Jury was empaneled by Home's Restaurant. all on Aug. 4, 1969. sale of barbiturates and am- Home Appliances on June 3, - -
ment was returned Monday, May Circuit Judge John J. Crews King was brought before Circuit James Lee McFarland, 24, phetamines last Nov. 18 and Nov. 1968, had his trial reset. The
11, against Freddie George, 24- soon after court was convened Judge John J. Crews on the charged In the same three cases, 20, Harold Gene Creason plead case has been continued since
year-old Lake Butler Negro, bya Monday for the spring term. opening day of Spring Term Mon- was not In custody. A severancewas ed not guilty and a June 24 June 9, 1969 when the trial was
Bradford grand Jury. Judge Crews reviewed the duties day charged with the break-in ordered so Rodeheaver can trial date was set. Careless Fire3From
George Is charged with the and responsibilities of a grand of Dot's Place, with Intent to be tried.In -William KImberly 21,and Ar-
fatal shooting of a 19-year-old Jury before releasing the 14 men commit a felony, last Jan. 23. two cases Roy Lee Akers, vii Walker Shealey. 33, are
Negro youth, Herman Thomas, and four women to begin their He had pleaded not guilty to 26, and John P. Sessoms, 24, charged In two cases Feb. 17 i Preceding Page I OR ANY
last February 20 at Kelly's NIte deliberations.At pleaded not guilty to escape from
that charge and was set for arraignment with arson in the first degree STEEL
Limit Drive-In in Lawtey. least 12 of the Jurors had Monday. the Florida State Prison and lar- and During the period May 1-11, TO CARS
and breaking entering the
Thomas was shot In the head to agree before returning an In- plead guiltyto ceny of a state vehicle on Feb.4, the ForestService reported three & TRUCKS SURFACECONVENIENT
King previously home of Mrs. Garnett Studer and
with a .32 caliber pistol at 11:20: dictment.' the 12, 1969 breakInof 1970. Trial was set for June 24. woods fires,with 18 acres burned.
taking appliances. KImberly
p.m. on a Friday night. lie died -Leslie George Green, 24, Since January 1 there have been
Home's Restaurant near Law- plead not guilty and a June 24
in pleaded not 40 fires with 292 acres burned. w ECONOMICAL
the next day the University guilty In two aggra
He has been under
tey. pre- trial was set. Shealey was not
of Florida Medical Center In 3 in that vated assault cases and a June April rainfall totaled 2.91 In-
InjuredIn sentence Investigation In custody and a 0 capias was
ces, as compared with
Gainesville.Nine 24 trial was scheduled. Greenis a 50
witnesses gave evidence case. charged with assaulting on Issued for his arrest. year average of 4.73. There has TELEGRAPH
When Judge Crews learned that Two old cases were also set BRADFORD CO.
bearing on the crime to the Jan. 17, 1970 Eddie Lee Allen been-no measurable rain so far
King had been charged with a for trial on June 24: -
WreckThree In May. The
and Cora Allen 50-year
grand jury. 'with a knife. average
second crime while under
pre- -Terry BoatwrigtuV; ,charged for May Is 2.72.
Asst. State Attorney Kenneth -charge: of withholding
sentence Investigation for a pre- with possession moonshine and
Heber handled the case for the persons were Injured\ vious B & E, the five-year sen- against Jimmie M Daniel, moving or concealing beverage
state. George is represented by In made April 20, was dropped on ** -
an auto collision at the Intersection tence was Imposed. yrlth" Intent to defraud the stateof
Public Defender R.A. Green Jr. of North Temple Ave- Charges of the Jan. 23 B&E a motion by State Attorney Ted tax, had his trial reset. He
nue (US-301)) and Brownlee Street at Dot's Place were dropped at Duncan. plead, not guilty last Nov. 24, '
(SR-16) last Wednesday May 6, the motion of State Attorney T.E. -Harold Lester Knowles, 56, t WANT THE BEST? .
Man ChargedIn according to the Starke Police Duncan. and Cliff Yarborough 41, pleadno Bus Driver .
Department. Only one other defendant plead guilty to possession of a .
Most seriously Injured\ was guilty Monday among a long list moonshine still on April 5 anda f
Mrs. Maude H. Grlffls. 67, of set for trial June 24. trial was set for June 24. (From Preceding Pace! _
Shooting Bradford County. Her husband, Jackie Florence, Inmate of the W.L. Crime, 35, charged in the Years and Years of Carefree Service with
Joe Griffls, charged with fail- State Prison at Raiford. was same case, did not appear In good Idea to have bus drivers .
A Reno resident, Ernest Smith, court. take the 20-hour defensive driving -
ure to yield the rightofwayand charged with escape from the
has been charged with assault accident last Nov. Judge Crews ordered an arrest course offered-In the vo-
causing an In the prison 29. Attorney in
Name Quality
with Intent to murder after a crash. Mrs. Griffls Is still In W.C. Alrth, an assistant pub- warrant Issued for the defendant tech center. Only training' bus the Oldest
Tuesday night shooting, accord- Bradford County Hospital where lic defender, told the court that who is from the Lawteyarea. drivers get now Is' a half day
ing to the Starke Police Depart she Is described as In satisfac- Florence had merely "walked"off Public Defender Alrth pro with State Department of Edu-
ment. tory condition.A that no violence had been tested theaction,butJudge Crews cation personnel who try to cov- ;
Robert Lee, 49, also of Reno, New York Leonard committed. said emphatically the defendanthas er everything In one shot the
couple, '
was shot In the left shoulder an obligation to let his bonds superintendent said.
A seven month sentence, to
Ruvola, 20, and his wife, Claudia,
with a .22 caliber pistol. be man and his defense attorney In other action at the special
served with his
19, received cuts and abrasions., consecutively
Police were called about 8:40 know of his whereabouts. meeting Tuesday night the school'' H
They were kept overnight In present term, was Imposed by
p.m. Tuesday and found the two Bradford County Hospital and Judge Crews.In -James Henry Moore, 21, board:
men on the street at the inter- released. other arraignments Monday pleaded not guilty to breaking -Opened bids on three vehicles -
section of Cherry Street and May 11: Into the Greyhound Bus Stationon for the new truck driving ,I
SR-16. Lee was sitting on top Griffls was driving his 1950 -Lee Britt, charged with forging Nov. 2, 1969. A trial was set course, radio and TV laboratory
of Smith when Ford truck south Temple June 24.Lula. and IBM
police arrived pickup on analysis equipment I
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Smith still had the pistol, according Avenue. He made a left turn 011 Station in 1965, in an old Dority, 69, charged on computer training equipment.All CHOOSE, FROM ALL MODELS AND
to Patrolman Calvin onto Brownlee Stree. The collision bids were turned over to we STOCK BE INSTALLED
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down and the pistol was pinned and Ruvola's 1970 Rambler, traveling 24. Britt is presently serving and a trial was set. authority to grant them to the
under Smith. north In outside lane of time In the state prison.In -Nelson Griffls, 49, and John lowest and/or best bidder.
The shooting apparently resulted Temple Avenue, crashed Into three separate cases Wil- Perkins, 58, pleaded not guiltyto -Received recommendations
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.1'" will ,be sponsored: \by the plans for day care for to attend.
Jack-ton, and one Thomas. Bradford Neighborhood Ser- children, the needs. of Children :
The Griffl family, with 52 Smith 'and Johns,: were the 'Ice Center of CUBB Economic to complete! filling out ADD MACHINE ROLL!!
Y Yi listing, wins the telephone most popular name! In tlu Agency at RJE School Pine CAP 81 forms for the* coming File Folders, complete line office .
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1969 runner-up team started the RECORD OPENING WINS league began the second time REBELS WIN 7th STRAIGHT,
1970 Bantam baseball season off IN WOMEN'S SOFTBALLThe around Monday, May 11. PROFS EVEN RECORD AT 4-4
on winning notes.In 1970 Women's Softball Lea The Recreation Rebels waded In games played Monday, May
gue opened the season with a through the first round unblem- 11, the Profs downed Madison
the opening a pitching
duel was the order game of the day double header Friday, May 8. ished, recording six victories Street Baptist 10-5, while the Sales And Service
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with Eddie Nails limiting Coca opending game two teams Recreation Rebels whipped Winn
who are expected to battle for game against Starke Utilitieswas Dixie 133.
Cola to only one hit while the
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opposing pitcher Terry Fox, Colonial Florist out those six games, the Rebels 2 Miles South 301 --- ( ) ,
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only three hits.
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runs In the third and fifth of the fourth to tie the game produced more runs, 123, than rally in the top of the seventh, We Have that win Measure to Cooling
Innings. 4-4. any other team', and have allowed but could manage only one run \VhirlnQgJ: up your
Randy Martin, David GaInes, This was shortly changed as 44 runs, also they lead from it to lose out to the Profs
and Eddie Nails each bad a base Colonial scored four times In the league in the hitting depart- 10-5.
hit to account for the winners the bottom of the fourth to take ment with a team batting ave- The Profs had 16 base hits Needs
three safe ties. Randy Crews an 8-4 lead, then added one rage of .506. and were paced by Ron Davis'
had the only base hit for the in the sixth to make the final In games played through May three-for-three, Curtis Mar-
losing team. score 9-4. Colonial Florist out 7, Cunningham had no difficultyin ; lowe's and Pat Farnsworth's two-
putting a thrashing on The for-two. The Church team had
Terry Fox, Coke's pitcher recorded hit The Norman's Florist was led by Profs in five innings, 18-8. The 9 hits. Tommy Talley and Al B __l lI
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to played Wallace Lee. .., -
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uses per week. A night scrimmagewith split end for the Tornadoes last Also working at tackle are
describe his feelings about spring the squad evenly dividedis year. He will definitely play thereor looked So far this spring Flynn has Stanley Crawford Jack Smith,
football drills now into their scheduled Friday, May 22. at quarterback next season. best catching the foot- and Donnie Crawford ORO.
fourth week. Var- ball. Coach llurse states all soph- iT !
The annual Seniors vs He Is the
top receiver
, "All the boys, especially the on the that all the wldeouts need a lot omores who are progressing
sity game to climax: the spring'swork squad and a fine passer. nicely.
. more to
: seniors, have real fine attitudes May 29. practice make the 1971
is set Friday,
:I ," the Big Tornado says. Three members of the back- "Whoever can move the ball team a nRas receiving threat. Pete Vaughn, 205-pound jun
"That's the best thing so( far. club will be the quarterback," ior is out with a leg broken
with Ma- he has been out all
field are out injuries. though
They've done a lot of work with- hums says. With both Murpheyand when he stepped in a hole (not
lachi Henry dislocated an elbow spring Bernard Brown, younger -
at football practice), could i !
out grumbling. and won't play anymore this Johns working at quarter- brother of BUS stars Larry come SALE !
The 1971 edition of the Fighting spring. Bernard Brown injureda back, both experienced players! Brown (now at Kansas State) through at a tackle post.
Tornado gridders, together for knee in the first day's prac- Hurse thinks he will not have and Adrian Brown, "has a tre- Newcomers to varsity competition ,
the first time this spring, finds tice and won't see action again the quarterbacking problems of mendous amount of potential." are. manning the guard positions
many young players mixed in this spring. Jimmy Alvarez, let- last year when an InexperiencedJohns lIe could be an offensive and
Sophomores David McClellanand S Step Up To Quality Service Dependability .
with the veterans from lastyear'steam. terman 'halfback, is out with was forced to take over defensive player for the Tor-
Half the boys working out the starting slot. Levy Lennon are both aggressive -
mononucleousis. nadoes junior, Hurse
as a says.
with the varsity are ninth graders The 1971 quarterbacking situation Both quarterbacks are throw- Brown lettered last season as at weak side guard although : 19" WHIRLWIND RIDING TRACTORS :
many of whom will find looks most promising, ing a lot this spring. A main a defensive back. lIe could be only ninth graders now.
themselves in starting slots, or Hurse says, with seniors Dean objective of the spring drillsis an offensive halfback and a defensive Both are potentially varsity cal- 5 HP 25"CUT-113&S .
at least playing a lot, on next Johns and Tim Murphey work- to develop a dangerous pass- safety next year. iber players as sophomores. ENGINE EASY HEIGHT AD- .
season's varsity. Ing there. Both have looked goodin ing attack, the head coach states. Lee, liked as a wldeout by Donnie Crawford has also been : FingertipStart JUSTl\IENTS.
"We have quite"a few quality practice this spring. Both Letterman Dale Johns is hav- coaches, is being tried at right working at weak side guard, as SQQ95
football players, says Coach are experienced football play- ing a fine spring at halfbackand half. lie does the hundred yard well as tackle, and has been REG. $419.95 .
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new freshman crop. Johns has a years experienceat of Jimmy Alvarez, Johns will will be gradually worked Into Coach Hurse admits. S $ 8995 .
Some freshmen will undoubtedly quarterback. He took over probably settle down at fullback. the Tornado offense this spring Senior letterman Gene Harris SaleS .'
be playing on the junior varsity This spring junior Kelly For- : Easy Height Adjustment.
is :
the starting QB post when Mike but will work primarily as a leading the pack at strong
next year, Hurse points out.He'U Norman injured his shoulder last syth is working at running back defensive safety side guard. He played offense
keep on the varsity next season and could no longer pass and progressing nicely. lie is The Tornadoes now have three and defense at tackle last sea-
season only those boys who will effectively. Johns could developInto a non-letterman who played as tight ends: son and is the most experienced
play football, he makes plain. a top notch quarterback, a ninth grader. Charles Wright, a junior is ruard on the squad. Harris is TREE SPECIALS :
"We don't want any good prospective Brad Carter, a sophomore, is .
Coach Hurse says. His exper- having a good spring, especially laving a fine spring, Hurse says;
football" players sittingon ience and confidence gained could also working at fullback and catching the ball. hough he's he is quicker and stronger and s
the bench he explains. make the difference. showing "considerable improve- not big at 155 pounds, Wrightis is counted on heavily for both
Returning lettermen Lyn Reg "He's a lot tougher than he men." Coach Hurse says. doing a good job blocking offensive and defensive duty next DOGWOOD - A
ister Gene Harris Danny Jackson was last year," Hurse says. Malachl Henry has looked"ex- from the tight end post lie's season.
Dean Johns, Tim Murphey, Johns also lettered in basketball ceptionally good" at right half- also working at defensive end. Bobby Dyal, a sophomore with : CRAB APPLE .. :
Dale Johns, and Jimmy Alvarez back or flip flop back. lie is one
and baseball. Vernon Barber, sophomore, good speed and who weighs 160
all names familiar to local Murphey has two of the Tornadoes' better recei- does 10.5 hundred. lie now, has made $495
just or three a may progress at the PEARS . .
grid fans, are the seniors : -
vers and Is expected to be a :
BHS games experience at signal call- be switched to tackle dependingupon strong guard spot this spring.
coaches are looking to for
''ng spot. But next season will fine runner. the progress of the playersat Greg Smith, a senior new to
leadership next and to PLUM .
season .
be his fourth as a Tornado footballer Henry has "an awful lot of that position. The 165-pound- BUS, is showing aggressivenessat .
form the nucleus of the 1971 "
Murphey lettered potential for a sophomore er is counted on heavily at a strong guard With a lot of
eleven. freshman at defensive Ills a Hurse! says. defensive linebacker post. hard work Smith could play quitea PEACHES EACH.
Other seniors with _
a good ..reputation is that of a hard Also working at right half Is Handy Gaskins, who injuredan bit of football next spring, .
chance very -
are Marty Meng -
Larry Hicks, a junior out for ankle last week shows Hurse .
'W9rker, real hustler, and hard potential says. .
Milner a
Tommy Smith, an4C the first time. lie is a hard at the tight end spot. Farlen McClellan, junior .FLORIDAfoNTROt
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4 ; Wide outs this spring are Mar-
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Jerome Williams Is All-FSC Baseballer 3 CompeteIn ford-Clay sented a five-year County; Forester tree farming, pre-

program for 1,590 acres of the DeWitt\ C. Jones Funeral Home
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Bradford' Jerome Williams Keystone Airport property; ,which
received the votes of second In football and first In Oak, and Lake City; ; cher. State MeetThree was approved by Council.
seven of
basketball baseball and track. The recommended illustrated
program -
Holies- Brad
eight coaches and was named FSC Hardle sr., second
coaches STARKE
honored Palatka's
Tuesday night to the All-Florida Other members of the myth- with projected maps,
Star Conference baseball Ben Bates baseball and ical all-conference baseball nine baseman; Julian Ditto, sr.. Bradford High runners showed areas for thinning,clearIng -
team Duane Cox, track as coachesof pitcher-outfielder. site PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE
The Junior second baseman are: turned In creditable performances preparation, planting,
and the .
center fielder led the Tornado ;year.A PalatkaArt Annie sr., shortstop Orange Part- Richard Mc- In the State Track MeetIn and control burning with a -
nine In new member Clay County; Terry McCool Gainesville schedule for each activity through
hitting and ; sr. sec- Clentock.: jr., outfielder; Allen Saturday, although
bases. He batted .306 and-stole High In Green Cove Springs ond baseman; John Theobold,sr., Smith, jr.. outfielder-pitcher. they didn't finish In the top six. 1975. HEIGHTS
15 bases was admitted to the conference'at outfielder; Busty; .
St. AugustineFred
Braddock. Green
Freshman Larry was PHONE 473-31TC:
Palatka SoutMras\ crowned the making the annual the conference spring meeting nine, ., catcher; Joe Becker jr., jr., outfielder; Mike Hartley jr., ninth In the two-mile run. He
all-sports pitcher.
champion of the con- pitcher. was the only freshman to quality -
ference. The Braves finished strong. Fernandlna BeachWendell Live OakFletcher Bass, sr., for state In Class A,accord-
Other FSC members are Hlgglnbotham jr.. shortstop; outfielder. Ing to Coach George Loper. The -------- ---------
Bolles, Palatka, St. Augustine Darvl Benner, sr., catcher-first
BUS freshman also of
301DRIVEIN Fernandina Beach, -Starke Live baseman; Jack Coker. sr., pit- two finishers in was the top 10 one fin- S l

... more.ishers, the other being a sopho- : E ;gycJ1JENTER :

Drama Classes Green's time was 10:36.0 a IM.TA.N.OOWWT VT.
(untufix.a I .BAMY_cotun.amnm I II
FLORIDA THEATRESTARKE little over 10 seconds above his Ask I
best time. But no runner broke '
Set 3 GOT I
PlaysThree 10 minutes in the 2-mile, the E'V'E A PEr )...
Show Begins At Sundown FLAFRIDAYSATURDAY coach pointed out, probably due Charley ,:, FOR vo\

FIU., SAT., SUN. to the extreme heat. All times t I Ii
one-act plays will be
were from 10 to 25 seconds a-
May 15, 16, 17 presented Tuesday, May 19, at bove the performers best effort

Double Feature Program MAY 15-16 Auditorium 7:30 p.m. in by the the Bradford drama classes High- of Junior the season.Tim Murphey placed Johns I Now is The Time To Stock and I II

DOUBLE FEATURE of Miss Julie Fuller. ninth in the high jump, clearing
Admission will be SOtf\! for stu- 5-10, two Inches under his best About This Question: I Restock Your Aquarium. I II
;RsrNME dents and 75C\! for adults. effort. Murphey went out at six
----- 1j) "The Outcast of Poker Flat"Is feet, a level he has cleared "So many losses can hap II
MORE PEOPLE DIE I\o a drama of six people trappedby several times. pen in business theft.. These Fish Regularly

circumstances and condemnedto Junior John Douglas ran 22.6 glass breakage.. customer Sell From 49c 69c
t' die In the wilderness. Gene I II
in the trials of
f'':. the 220yarddash
THAN LIVEfflE !\ Vanzant is the notorious Uncle not quite good enough to injury. destruction}

THERE! ::.M\\' .. Billy who will use any method qualify him for the finals. lie property or records. These Black:Varitus Blue Redtail Varitus I
from cajoling to murder to survive finished fifth in his heat and are but a few. Does the
uunwicHHOHROH Ricky; .Jrick plays John only four places qualified. Charley E. Johns Agency Marigold Varitus I
'. S. Oakhurst, the gambler who has "It was good experience for recommend free

y ': the,Indifference Natalie Manning of this Is Duchess profession -, year.them. Under They'll the all circumstancesI be back next of a firm's a risks survpv. and. I NOW.. 10 FOR $1.00 I

,. .
oR beautiful and seductive as a hos- thought they performed well," matching policies to h<> "
.*AMI"" Hl(AN ,IIIHI/\I'o/\I /\,,,i /\, .... .IIO"IIA8 tess in a frontier dance hall. said Coach Loper. The big meet lain the insurance does fit .

SANDRA DEE STOCKWELL. ED BEGLEY lai{j': ; .. Other cast members are Bev- was especially good experiencefor t the rlksMCharley!' Marble Mollies Green SwordtailsNOW6 .
RAN- -
Strunk Andrews .
UDYD iNE nnutit IACCAI* SAM I'FFF .I erly Jimmy freshman Larry Green the
''DRDA" JM Sherri Norman, and Bill Mul- coach pointed out. E.

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ALLAN POE'S find it Isn't so dull. The cast Tuesday night's regular Phone 964-5070 > -----....... rtaeisrs -..
RANDY IOONE .*-TNiv"s Mir MASTERPIECE; OF THE MACAMt y Is Mike Hanks Nanct Benkow- meeting, Allan Tarleton, Brad-
SHE8 ttOOLEV PAUL BRINEGAR sky, and Lula Cutfte."Let's .
.'"11I1 MAW.IAW. HIDI" End It All," Is a short
M.IIL..U' wW."IALnAIUMtrlwmurs TH asQ.UE comedy with Mark Milner and
( BUIWIMU' UMIOIUIcuai Doug Johns as two funny broke
intuit tnmn'', young men with a land lady
DEaTH (Marilyn Williams) who threatens -
PLUSRichard RED r Wells
r to throw them out. AppliancesSales

;nPBTHiCOIARr A surprise comedy will also
1 be presented by the BHS Drama
1 The public) is cordially Invited
Lena Home to attend.
And Service
SUN., MOM., TUE MAY 17, 18, 19


'Death! warren Beatty! The family of O.J. Murrhee 2 Miles South. 301Phone 9646061M.. C. (Bubba) Wells, Owner
Sr. wishes to express our grati-
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The Ovdyh calls, cards and expressionsof ::.
love during his recent Illness. ,
Mr. Murrhee is now recuper- r' \\
, ating at his home on Lake Gen- : ; ", ) ,. '
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Driving Course -----1. st FARM By George AND T. HuKjfins '


Starke's Commercial Truck teams, who can enjoy trips together cause these expensive rigs are the training rigs. .. .... .. Agricultural Extension Service
"A student must be 21 to take
Driving Course, started last fall earning good money while the real thIng-- complex heavy, i
the and must meet the
course, "
at the Bradford-Union Voca- seeing the country on long hauls.In and difficult to operate safely.
tional-Technical School, is attracting its recent article, the Talla- "There are four general categories normal requirements to driveIn (M'hxw.m; : ::::
Florida. Of course he must -
wide attention and was hassee Democrat said: of training, including:
"The Is classroom study fieldwork road be In good enough physical con- There Is a lot of conversation
the subject of a recent feature program actually the from Auburn. Alabama, gave
story In the Tallahassee Demo- result of a cooperative effort driving, and city; driving. Stu- dition to pass to Insure DOT physical he re- during this. time albout' us more Information aboutMonk's (
that is
crat. between the Department of Edu- dents are required to make a pecans. I have heard numerous DIseass than I had

Eighteen drivers 13 men and cation, the Florida Trucking As- "long haul" and also a "night employable.In the Democrat L 1 growers remark that arOOd/ ever heard from anyone else.
have already com- sociation, and the Bradford County haul" to experience actual road concluding, pecan crop was set. We hope
five women-- He talk
also toxic
article said that the program gave a on
School Board and Vo-Tech conditions."In that conditions will prevail so
pleted the course and gone on shows what can be done In! the I fungi In our feeds. These two
the classroom students
from Center. are that the crcp will mature. Of
to good-payingjobsranging .
area of vocatlonaltechnlcaleducation. talks! alone were worth anyOUttryman's
around $8,000 starting pay, to "Truckers are backing It because thoroughly grounded In Depart- course we know that favorable
"It stands as a beacon time Marek'sDisease
depending they need skilled truck ment of Transportation regu- weather along insect and
considerably higher than that, i with
drivers. It will them lations freight handling defen- for all to see the possibilitiesthat is associated with fowl
help reduce ,
on length and frequency disease control is necessary: \ I
exist for ,
training peopleto ]Jeukosis complex. It was found
the cost of their operations by sive driving, accidents, insur-
of hauls. We just wish that It was economical -
Best of all, instructors say relieving them of extensive train ance, customer relations, and job-ready. i for a person' 'with five first In 1907. As a result of i:

the demand for good drivers is ing programs that are, at best equipment maintenance. i or ten or 20 trees to cwn spray. fast expansion In the poultry
Inefficient and costly. "Field work Involves learning business, this leukosis complex
that graduate
great most
so every ing equipment. In cases
.has a Job waiting for him the "The rigs and equipment usedto basic driving skills, handling equipment The Commercial Vehicle DrI- "I hiring commercial equipment Is number one in our poultry
day he (or she) completes the train students were loanedor yard tests, and coping is i is prohibitive. Pecan trees, like disease problems. Marek's accounts -
ving course a pilot
six-weeks course. donated by eight companies, with the transmissions used In for about 90 per cent
The popularity; of the course located mostly In Jacksonvilleand various types; of trucks. It Is gram, financed by State and Fed __L_ strawberry plants must be of the ]leukosis complex. The
eral funds, and Is the first to sprayed several times and at
with women is attributed to the Miami. It Is obvious that out on the road that students poultry producer in the field
formation of husband-and-wife this Is a serious program be- get real experience in handling be established in a vocational- Interior view of modern, mobile classroom used the proper -time for satlsfact- must depend on the breeder
technical school In Florida. ti. pry results..
for commercial' vehicle driving training at voc-lech and the hatchery to furn'sh
B<.sed on the success of the There is one thing you can
center. clean chicks. Young chicksare
course here, the State Is now do now that may be helpful in
Our editorial. It November has 11 enrolled which is said to be 10,000 times as
considering putting the course course since started last now the future. Lock for dad
into Dade County; and Polk County and a third member about average, although a maxi- twigs or branches extendingout susceptible as mature birds.Marek's .
; and ultimately two other locations Roy Sellers, was recently added mum of 15 can be accommodated. beyond the green growth. la an air-borne dis-

so there will be at least to the staff. Two of the 11 are women, and This Is your best Indication of
five In Florida.To Sellers assists the other two one of the recent graduates was zinc deficiency. sometimes FLOWER SHOW
Point of view reduce the waiting time of Instructors when needed, but his Mrs. Jewell Crawford, of Law- called rcsette in pecan trees. Thursday, May 14. 12 noon

I J those wishing to enroll, the primary responsibility; is to organize tey.The If you ar not quite eure about. 'to 9 p.m. Friday May IS. 9
'. course Is now arranged so that a diesel mechanics school course is housed In a a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday May
this condition in trees,
W new students can start on any which It is planned to start in completely self-contained (trailer your 16. 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
Monday, rather than waiting until the voc-tech center next term. ) classroom purchased by the contact us. Treatment to correct This flower shew prepared

the end of the six-weeks This is planned asafulltimeoneyear Bradford County; School Board this condition can be and presented by the prison

period. Inexpensive motel accommodations course for adults,from 3:30: with a grant of some $24,500In through spray' which Is quicker inmates studying: ornamental
are available In to 9:30: dally. It is also plannedto State-Federal funds. The acting but only temporary. horticulture Is something you
Pass The Wafer, PleaseAlthough Starke for students out of the offer It to senior high school classroom houses some highly or zinc can toe applied In your should not miss meelng. it Is

area, who need housing. students on a two-year basisIn sophisticated equipment, Including next fertilizer application. Rate In the clubhouse. across the
Roger Skelton and Tom Allen tho afternoon hours. / a "Drivacator" which scores will depend on age and size road from the main ,prison. I
haye been Instructors of the The commercial driving course the students' skill and abilities. of tree. !believe any person attendingwill
the abnormal rains have GAINESVILLE MEETINGSThe

abatedat least for a while-- and we Run to the Santa Fe, it will mean .one ,big State Poultry 'and have know a a little little more greater about,

are now feeling what might be termedthe trading one set of problems for another Meeting and the one .big' Beef : for flowers after appreciation

makings of a spring drought, Brad- There will be flooding in the Cattle Gainesville Meeting was held in seelntr! thus' show
week. Every
is back area between Sampson and Brooker PESTICIDESEverYbody
County's drainage problem body is busy and It does take
in the headlines. on to the Santa Fe River, unless come planning so that It will still does not

measures are taken to accommodate be possible to attend meetings. (realize that certain pesticides

Last Thursday a "confrontation"was the rush of water after it passes We wish that It had .been pos are tain restricted for use on cer-
crops and in certain places.
finally set up between owners of through the lowered culverts. sible. for mare of our poultry-: There are some 35 pestl--
men and cattlemen to haveheard
property on Crosby Lake and a repre- odes are not to be used by
sentative of the railroad whose culvertsat Then, too, there is the problemof some of the talks that anyone In an area classifiedas ] <
were made. All] of our pcultry-:
Sampson City have been termed a possible "draining" of Sampson men are concerned: about a residential. We have the

"dam," holding back two feet of water Lake in time of drought if the cul- condition known as Marek's Infromation on this pesticide

from Sampson Lake in times of flood. verts are lowered without adequate Disease. Dr. G, J. Collier law

controls. Such control could be pro-

For the first time, the railroadhas vided by an adjustable dam, or spillway Ir.

shown sufficient interest in the between the culverts and the

situation to send a representative to lake, which could be opened and closedas ; It's a woman's

meet with property owners. The fact the need arises. Cost of such a

that the latter retained a Jacksonville structure would not be prohibitive, lIJI

attorney to set up the meeting might it is believed. : riwI

have had some influence on this new a.

note of cooperation. Correcting drainage problems can be I

extremely complex, and to think that By Martha Sue McCain

.-' : :1. \L'V_ .. 0 County ExtensIOnHome
Nothing definite came out of last lowering the culverts at Sampson City 7' -

Thursday's meeting, but the railroad will be a cure-all is to fall into a Economics Agent

representative said he would presentthe trap of oversimplification When Oaks Were YoungThis

matter to the "higher ups," and SHOPPING AT "SALES"The any sale item over carefully I

predicted they would not budget any Even should the railroad agree to might have been a lazy Sunday afternoon scene on Walnut mere mention of the word before buying. Look also for

great sum for corrective measures finance such a move, it should not Street some 60 years ago when oak trees, now decaying with age, were "sale" sends many people off good style; and check you labels

since the track in that area is branch be taken without a complete study young, and streets were still unpmed.: Nattily dressed drivers of the and very running.deceptive But word"sale", because can bea for fiber content, shrinkage, col-

line, and the company had sufferedno by competent engineers on the effectit brass-trimmed "horseless carriage" are in front of the present post many times you wouldn't buy that or-fastness When shopping, and sales, keepIn

damage from washouts at that point will have on Sampson Lake In a dry office site. Building at right was first Starke school, now site of dress at any priceand yet mind the things you really

even during periods of flood time, and the land lying between Sampson VVnman'a Club_ when It carries that magic word need. Don't be led into buying

and the Santa Fe River in time "sale", you have to have the something just because it is a

Although lowering the culverts at of flood. Item. bargain.
FarmersBeautiful Finding a good buy on clothing Remember, a good sale buy
Sampson City would undoubtedly speed Diaryor
at a sale, requires the same is something that is needed, will
the water from Sampson Lake in flood It has been said that Bradford Coun- kind of thinking, planning, Interpreting give the service desired, fits Into

times, it appears to us that not enough ty's drainage problem starts at the comparing, and judging the existing wardrobe, is suitedto

consideration is being given to what mouth of the Suwannee River at the clear weather duringthe a meal, but when we see that Is used to determinea the Individual, and costs less

happens after that? If more water rushes Gulf of Mexico. The more we study past week made us almost one offered for sale at six or good buy at any time. You, than it would have If not on sale.
forget the long stretches: of rainy, seven cents or so, we wonder the consumer, must decide if EXTENSION!;
through the culverts than can be the problem, the more we are Inclined that "something" that the HOME ECONO-!;
cloudy days we had not long ago, how much the farmer who grewit MICS-FOR YOU TOO! Is the
carried on down the line bv Sampson to Item
agree. but more to the point, It contin- got. Chances are he got less selling at regular theme for this Year's Florida
ued the drying-up process so a w than a penny, and the 600-700 price makes any difference to you Extension Home Economics
driver can venture out on a grad per cent increase above that before On you purchase a sale Item. Week. We feel this theme is ALL
ed road without getting bogged goes to the middlemen and the "sale days" far too many YEAR. Please feel free to call
down. In fact, the current wea- packaging Industry and then you otherwise very smart shoppers or come by our office and check
I Could Be A SolutionCounty ther might well be called a have to dispose of that fancy sense.abandon Because their of usual clothing shopping sales bulletins and other Information
spring drought--but sure as we package. available to If
Sam you. you are not
By McGarvey closets
many are packed with
say that, it will start raining currently on our mailing list and
cation. "cats and dogs" again. unnecessary and unused purchas- would like to be included to receive -
Sanitarian Jack Trawick is esclothing that doesn't go
5. our newsletter,please send
C'sIn anything else or "bargains"that
impressed with a system of garbageand Each of the large containers would lose their appeal once your name and address to Box

trash collection and disposal whichhe cost $250, while the truck needed for talking to a berry expert,. The railroad track supervisorsaid LETTERS to EDITORTo have them at home. you 267, or call 964-6554.
thinks might solve the problem of his company will investi- Retail stores feature a numberof
the operation would run around$31,000. we learned that the Tloga var- In
case still
indiscriminate trash dumping all over iety proved Itself during the gate and report back to the coun- sales In an effort to Increase berries you have some
ty commission what It can do their sale volume. Some of the you may want to try
the county. past season and that it .
has supplanted this UNUSUAL!;
far, Trawick is just exploring the the Florida 90 the toward solving the problem. Incidentally more common types; are clear- to
idea, but believes it might go a long as he said the track and the editor: ance sales, anniversary sales, use with your favorite filling:
The system calls for the placing of way toward solving the problem of most popular plant with the grow roadbed at that location Is In I would like to commend the and seasonal sales. A clearancesale 1 tablespoon gelatin, 1/4 cup
ers. As the saying goes, the 90 Council on their action to cold water, 1/2 cup hot milk
king-size garbage bins at convenient good shape, but he reported there City; Is one which is held to ,
that have
locations throughout the and fora unsightly "dumps" sprungup is "played out" and will soon have been a number of washoutsIn self-insure the boiler, to a point. move fashion merchandise, 1/4 teaspoon salt, 2 cups cottage -
county, along many of the highways and be a thing of the past, along with the Hampton and Theressa I would like to see them carryit that are being discontinued cheese, I tablespoon butteror
special truck which or
pick up the old favorite the
byways.At Missionary. section. a step further by using the left over Items. An margarine.
trash from the bins and dump it at However, the past season was so Interest on the money for repairs sale is one that anniversary Butter pie plate generously and
one large sanitary fill. The trucks rough on the berry crop (to 5. rather than the principal. founding of commemoratesthe chill in freezer.
present, illegal dumping is taking a company and
would pick up and empty the bins say nothing of what happenedto Also I would like to see occurs at regular Intervals. Mix gelatin with cold water.
place in sections of the
many county. the financially) that Combine
growers self-Insured. gelatin mixture
other city hot
There property; ,
automatically and would also are two considerationsto These feature stock
regular at
the pressurize Posting "no dumping" signs has provedto any comparison of plant performance the problem: the first is an I have thought for some time reduced prices and specially milk, and salt !In blender. Mix
garbage and trash. be ineffective, and personnel is not is risky. Improved set-up so thatSampsonRun that this would be a big helpto chased merchandise Seasonal pur- until gelatin is dissolved. Add

available to patrol the roads and arrest se. can carry off floodwaters, the school finance problemfor sales are those that are repeated cottage cheese slowly, and blend
Trawick plans to make a trip to offenders.In and thus prevent flooding of the the State to be the Insurerfor regularly each year and feature until creamy.
Alabama later this month for an on- lake area; the second is con- all school property; In the certain types of merchandise, Pour mixture into chilled pie
sight inspection of this system in use The plantings of field corn and struction of a dam or spillway State. such as the white sales. plate and refrigerate until thick
the meanwhile, whether or not tobacco could stand some rain which will Frankly, I think the Govern- enough to shape with spatula.
keep the level Usually the
of first
in sale mark-
a community of 23,000 population.If the new system is developed, the pub- to get them off to a good start. Sampson Lake from falling below ment Is wasting untold millionsof down in price will have Spread creamy mixture up the
good buys,
put in operation here, the system lic is asked to observe present regu- The combination of dry weatherand a desired point. All of which our tax dollars annually for and usually there will be a good sides of the plate to form pie
would be financed with matching Fed- wind Is especially rough on the lack:! of self-insurance. shell. Refrigerate until firm.
lations, and refrain from disposingof calls for a nice balance, and selection of merchandise. If the
eral funds for which must young plants, as the wind whips that is -B.C. Dampier CAUTION: : Do not pur hot filling
a project trash and garbage In areas posted the plants around and loosensthe easier said than done. garment is reduced a second time into this -
be written to submit with the appli- it is usually less desirable. Look pie shell. It will
with "No Dumping" signs root systems. Pastures, too, S. melt.
are beginning to show effectsof
the dry spell. Ten From Area

.5 Will Graduate 4-H Horsemanship Demonstration

The Bradford This disposal of trash has become From Santa Fe I
County One of the pretty; sights around an enormous problem in the Set For May 14 At Horse ArenaDr.
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED the county; now is the clumpsof country and one of the causes, Ten area! students are among
daubentonla (also called false we think, is the unnecessaryand the 204 candidates! for graduation -

1879 poinciana) which are ablaze with wasteful packaging which from Santa Fe Junior Bill G. Jackson Extension tlclpatlng in many horse activities : -
dhl liih red-orange clusters of flowers. gives every householder a huge College at the end of the cur- Horse: Sps'al3t at the preparing\: for the Ccun-

Hreak forth into joy, sins; It grows wild In low areas along mound of stuff to get rid of rent term. University of Flrriia::: will con .ty and District: 4-H Horn
roadside ditches or bays and we regularly. To be specific, at the duct a demonstra ton of West- Shows to be held in June and
M5M1at g together-(Isa. 52:9): ) think It is farm more specta- food markets, we've noticed an Sixty-four per cent of the ern Horsemanship: Western July. The Club will select 20

Joy and enthusiasm arc cular than many of the shrubswe extreme instanceone lonely old graduates are from Alachua Equitation, and chewing at members to represent!\ Bradford

FLORI'6ESS catching. When we are joyous plant around homes. onion, packaged In a small card- and Bradford Counties! with halter fir members of the County at the! District Show.

and enthusiastic about life, life 0 board "boat"and tightly enclosedin 33 per cent from Gainesville County 4-H Horn Club: tonight Participation will Include riding -
ASSOCrATI.ONJ I is jcood. It is: filled with good a wrapping of plastic. In all, Graduates .from this area (Thursday). in Western Pleasure, West-

!- feelings, good friends, !good That old drainage problem In .it is an artistic and sanitary are: Ths demonstration: will begin ern Equlfatlcn, and In manyof
/ \ ) things.! We can begin right the SampsonCrosbyRowelllakes display, but the consumer pays Starjce Mary J. Dees, Ran- at 7 p.m In the horse the races( or frames such as

now to make this a day filled area came up for another for the packaging and then has tjolph] L. Jones, Wanda L. Lew arena at the Fairgrounds! In barrels, pole bending: And rein-
dispose of same, alogn with
with blessings. Let us! affirm discussion last week and the hundreds of other is. :Michael\ H. Wood, and Starke. Parents of members, incr. They will a'so show at
Jo. L. .M.MllU.VV.s" hdt"r: -Publishcr "We are filled with God'II Spiritof | blame for flooding Sampson Lake materials Theron A. Yawn' m. 'the Bradford Roping Club and:! halter and b! eligible for the

Pnullfcbed earl Tl>url.u. and entered as Second joy and enthusiasm." Let us was put on the railroad culvertsat Lawtey Donald Allen Denton all person interested in hcrses showmarshlp contests.

Class Matter jt the .',,,1 Older lit SUikc. Florida give thanks! /also that those Sampson City. Apparently, .5 and Catherine Johnson. or horsemanship. lIra invited Members are also keeping' V
from evidence given at the meeting Hampton Ronald O. Dyal. to attend this me ttnc. There record on their horse pro.Jt'ctsend I
Mould have this
under Art! of Marth :.tril JH7!). whom we ( '
the railroad culverts are We Keystone Heights Robert 'will be no admission charge. are partlcipit'ng! in the
Subscription in I rude urea; I year $500:; ; Outside same Spirit in them. God hud too high and thus serve as a are by no means pickingon Lee McGulre. overall County 4-H Projrnn.

trade aria: 1 yt-nr, S5.SO:; :; made us to meet life in a spirit "bottleneck" when floodwaters is a the very poor fine old addition onion to, a as dish it Melrose Susan E. Gluck-] member-11p : For rnn-e 'lnf...-..."\tif>rl| n >"utths

of joy. reach there via Sampson Run man members. They have been par- Cevnty' 4.H Horse program

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Merle'Motto. ..." Anent of

I LAWTEY Train Ride Minus Clackety-Clack i. hereby Mtran that the toUo.'n" o1..ol'ibed l..h will b. o15b Land or"pcton S.. 't rp Bg. Aa umr T.and*.Coot. .. I
$ publh .uoUon .5 U'OO .01001e noon. on the 5th d.F ot June A. D. 1970.
a. th. CUr Hall City of 11I01'''. County ot Bradford SlIIte ot Plorido. to
:+l: Bf Enza Blanchard pOl' the amount due for t.".. her.'n ..i. japo**. the n'.... eo".ther with
all oot or uoh .u and ..dr.rttnmtD..ortptton 33--Loti. 1 A 2 of Bin 19 In _
It's Here. Thanks To Ribbon RailsBy L t A co. a/o t* yl ltd* Mac .r-
Lawtey PTA wUl meet at day with Mr. and. Mrs. WnilenEapp Amount ofof .an In.. 11.56

:the school cafetorlum: Tuesday and Leslie In Jacksonville. : lax..
Barbara Hill .
3)48 -K IfO* oot a of Ilk 27 In
_. AO Owner o4 Con.2336N .
evening May 19. 7:30: p.m. them with a machine which takes Lod :'aid. f p L T *' Co. 3/0 Ida Haa Sharan -

Thla will be the Virgil Grlffla them off the train and puts themIn Et 26.21
final meeting Mr. and Mrs The Seaboard-Coastline last 170' ot lit ot list V ot at

of the term and will Include a. and children el Palatka. Den- week completed an estimated $1 place. The rails are then l' !IX II 1)0' 20 'aa at hnportok; : a lIU ))'"-ram 8/D. l 4 of Blk 28 In L T
of welded together In continous .. A T Paul 1".J9Ooorg
covered dlah dinner. ny and Basil GrtXfls. sons million re-lay Job on 19-plus segments

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and 'Mi*. Malnes Griffin miles of track from a point 1.2 for as much as four miles a)6-I.--NEt 'u or 1)0'IIIfJr ot 16 N 170' ot N4 ot 20 6 aa t Pf.5.rtok $ 3Jel.-Lot a or Blk :31 in L T *.
: ..
according to section foreman "rfy,472377Coo Co. a/o !
Grace United Methodist- IOf Palatka were visiting (Mrs. miles south of Starke to one at al 17.JJ

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Worship Nellie Wilkinson Mr. Daisy mile south of Campvllle. C.H. Ray. 420 II Prod all Cor of'
There two between sot ot a. Run W 3>78-B--Lot* or elk 1>0 In L
are only joints SWt 115' II 5a' /1.u
Bach and during the New "ribbon rails" have been .
services 11 A.m. and a Lynn a 113' a So' To POD n "U Jo."htn. T Col Cam Small 20.83
pan? MYF 6 pin. Choir practice weekend. They all attended installed replacing old 39-foot lIampton and Waldo Ray lIlt-r..n >.98a .
said two at the railroad J402--tot. 2 Of Blk lt 8 In L T A
Thursday 7 P.m. Mother's Day observance at pieces of rail that gave train pas- ; )?9--t,," 7 or ark 1 in Sunny Aor.. Co. SID 8am Ytl-
Ing In Hampton and two at the
and residentsthat a/D llam. 9.68
First Baptist Sunday. School Long Branch Church. sengers ni.A Norris

9:45 a.m.. Worship' services 11a.m. Visiting Mr. awl Mrs. R. L. old familiar "clackety-; Highway 221 crossing north of En '.)8 3509.Lot ft *. S 15* or Lot 5 Blk

and 7:30 pjn.. Training Bradley on Sunday were all of clack" as wheels sped over the and Hampton warning to activate systems the at bells the 2)92.-Lot 'ot Blle a in Bunny An... g1.. Worri.S.I 6.11 28 In L T A. Co. Add ft.0rlf- )11.9

Union 6:30 pjm.. Midweek eer- their children and grandchildren track.
The ribbon rails made in Savannah crossings. Even this joint Is a)9)--tnt 1 ot elk 3 in Bunny 3532.-LoB 6 *. 7 or elk 1 in Davis '
vices Wednesday 7:30: p.m including. Mr. and> Mrs. eliminated In Waldo, where a Aor.. SID J..... Ur..r 2.78 A. Trilby Add Luthur V
come quarter- Jaokaon 7.:31
Church of Gcd Sunday Dearl Bradley and Dcarl Jr.. box
mile long strips shipped on a battery triggers cross- 2)9'-A.-l.ot 6 Ink 3 in 3unn1 Aor..
School 10 a.m.. Worship wcr- and Mr. and Mrs. Randal Ing alarm. a/D M1.. D.9u. 6.)1 3593--Lot 1 % Sly 25' or Lot 2 Blk
Jacksonville. special "rail train" to the local 3 In Inpl.i Add in NWi or NEt W 0 Shod an 110.27
vices 11 a.m and 7:00: pjn., Bradley of The new
rebuilding Job
site, where work gangs lay connects 2""S-- 2"9' "r tHt or Bl" 6 3 ot
YPE Thursday 7 p.m. !Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams with older track across b.nS. 3 1in T.mpl.5 SID 21 6 22 1 Lutnep 8H.rd. J605;ttthk)9.i: S 3' 7 in or
TompH. Adit H B WUU_. 98.106
Highland Baptist! Sunday and son and* Richard again after ,surgery recently. from the pulpwood loading yard .. 7.19

School 9:45: a.m. Worship ser Durban of Atlanta. Ga., and Casey Dcbbs of Jacksonville! Just south of Starke. Replacing '''''8--1 Lot in 3. Coy of IIsa ot lOin 36)8.rf 56' or Lot //I" W 50' orMt
or Lot 9 or BIN 19 in Tamflm -
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Durban was visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. rotten ties started the re-laying 541 T'.pl.By 1)2'3/D,553. lIo'np Ap' Tax 100' 21 6 aa Ja.e.. A Add3&UO.Nt "....a....t Ball a7.40

Prayer meeting Wednesday .and son of Gainesville were D. Dobbs on Saturday.Mr Job earlier this year. Filling Orurh 4,3/ or Lot 6 Ex S 2J' 5. Lot

7 p.m. followed by choir' practice. Sunday; visitors: of Mrs. Ell and Mrs. Robert! Dyal In with gravel between ties to 7 Ex B 25' or Blk 19 in '1'...

Durban. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. 'and son of Dalevill3. Ala. were give ballast, and smoothing the a"89--Co.. a Ltno Coin at ot T..!>l.. pl.. Add .Austin.ret Ball a. Mar ".87

We regret to note the death! Boyett and children joined weekend visitors cf Mr. and base of the roadbed have been aID at ant With. d Ror RR Hun
Sly COB Coot 010'It
of Mrs C. R. Ro er's father 'them for dinner. Mrs.. Leo Dyal!, Greg and Leon part of the overhaul of the tracks. m': Nly- 010', Way 817 To COB Pl 6 aa AT Paul 1.91 3692 in--Lot Pak. 7.8.9 Add A lOot Blk 36 *. N.I.

Brookney" Mosley .of Clay Hill. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark visited At the two crossings at Hamp 2492-A--b. JeMNa 13.61

She has the sympathy and Mr. and Mrs. James Hall ette.Mrs.. Hatiie Darley, Miss ton gravel and limerock base 8 661' .iolIp Coy, W r2 Ntl J!:N m..
,7106..1.01. C D or Blk 21 in i H
in II 200'. S 100' To POI 21 6 22 Jim
were the Tonal
put by railroad 3,38
prayers of her frlencla. CJf Maxvllle on Sunday.': : Mr. Sinn Prescott Mrs. Alice Aus. gangs John. Add Ex Par In OR Bk 69

Sunday visitors .of Mr and end :Mrs. James Strickland of Mrs. Bryant Redding Mrs. then outside paving contractor.Sanitation was completed by an 52-1.01 3 of Slit .0 in II R..o SID Sillies 78,212552dot 3393797Lot Maloom*Baand.r ),1J

Mrs P. L. DLnklns:. wer Char. Starke were Saturday visitorsof Troy Bennett. Mrs. Donald .
1. 2. 11. 12 or alt
les Dlnklng .of Star lee. Mrs. the Clarks. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. W. H. a/g Is R/3. loot bill lln O"hoIlOll Wl11h Pittuo. 0 a. 1-A A. 0..0 DB 2S '" 338

Horace Cox Waldo Mr. and Mr. and Mrs W. E. Rosier Benne and Nancy. Mr. and Jr. 8.10a572..t"to *. Bx B 80' in City fork S/D 0 Sat J Poo.ll 52.89

Mrs. Paul Dinklns and Davidof of Fort Lauderdale and Robert Mrs. Jchn Bennett and family 8. 9. 10 or nle 2 in
Rosier! and Bc'jby of Law 8/0 3B15..Con .t NS Oar or S8t or Nit
St. Augustine and Mrs. Jim son : attended Mother's Day observance Ooh.II" John 0 Dill" 57.19 a Bun W ))5'. 0 2)0' ror A rOB

Burton of Jacksonville.Mr. Jacksonville were visiting: Mr. at Long Branch Baptist a'9)-to. 2n ot Silo 3 in ".ho"... a/D men I. Cox 2.18 Run B 100', a 100', W lOO'-H
and Mrs. James and 100' To FOB' 29 6 22 0 V John on )8.633822ACo..t
and Mrs. W. Stephensand Church on Suniay.:: :
a611.-E or 011 1 a or H a 1 A. M1of
family spent Sunday with attended Church with them Mrs. T. L, Bary of JacksonVille Being PreparedA 6111 1 S ot R 3 II' Saa ot SU Cor or Hit or3Ii
and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosier. Blk 1 N or R 2 1. Nof/ Bl1 < rl Ngi f N ;270 TOT rOB:
his mother, Mrs J. C. Steph- spent Sunday: with Mr. 1 Sot R 2 II 'n sID Is 50 B a }0' u 120'
ens. .At Grand Ridge. Burton Roller cf Palatk and Mrs, J. H. Eunice and Par' OR Bk )'-6)6 201 6 22 U I. I JUt. 46n FOB 29 6 22 Billy Orifrl 25.2

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thames visited them on Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Selma Eunice accompanied crackdown on persons dumping 2622.-Thol port or Nwt' ot av 1 ITTh.t '8>>- __Bat 1J* W 4. 119 N or SB

and. Jimmie Moore .of Live and Mrs J. R. Devore her to Mather's( Day (;.!)ser- dead animals on count road port :Sold 8o..t' ss CoT N cor 60'or. W wi 100 or NEt. S or 60'alt. B or 100 Nsft To}.

Oak and Mr. and MrlJ.from end Mrs J. R. Adktas took the vance at Long Branch Baptist sides has been by W rl N11 1J : }.NI6 100' 8 r2 P9. a., 29 6 22 El.l. 0Tho

Casey and family mf Mr. children to the' JacksonvilleZoo ( Church and returned with her one county commissioner. To POB 201 6 22 5 L0.oofifd 10.67 .. 6.15

and Mrs. Moore at the Flrst Sunday afternoon to Jacksonville Lo spend Uv Commissioner Ralph Bryan 3376--Lot 3 or Blk 2 in Pfn.h..n .

Baptist Church In Sharks and Oscar Carter Is spending week. wanted to ask the Sheriffs Department a6)--Co.866'. N al 30'a. Con 8 300'or flvt for ot 8Wt aID Bill hallo 10. 26.61

attended services. They all enjoyed two weeks at Hot Springs Aik. Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrishof to check several areas : 100'. a 751' 3 100'. W 75'P08 Bto .
J Blk 2 In
dinner at the Holiday for treatment. Avon Park were visiting: once or twice per week In hopesof tJ'n N or Co Or 84. 201 6 22 0 I RHhl' 2".85 390crtLoot ol ttutl.r 11:1.: ... Thoma. 27.59

Inn Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eunice and catching someone In the act 3918\ ..w 62i or Lot 4 or blle 13
Linda and Kaye Nolan pent Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews others during the we- k.Mr. of dumping animals. 26)8--Co. .t av Cor or Nwt} ot But in G..1<'n. Add II.... V a

'the weekend with their grand- and .family of Clearwater visit and\ Mrs Maxie Reddish But Bryan desisted when Commissioner 123'Ru0. 11041 on N Rlw. NO'Or Rd.Pur H POD 2'0'. II. Hail 27.79

parenta. Mr. and MM. T. V. ed Mrs C. R, Crews over the and children of the State Buck Norman suggested N r' S 250' To poa Kx V 39''"3--Lot 6 *. 7 of Blk C in Plnatmrt -
until ordinance 62.3' 22 6 22 V H Nougat Jr 4,97 SID Bmrt Phil
waiting a county
Duck. Mr. and Mrs D. E. Noan weekend. Farm spent: Sunday with Mr. lip 26.61
requiring incineration of 26..1.-80.. 20,' II ot as Con ot N'ot
} and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin The family of :Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.! L. M McClellan. .
dead animals be adopted. HVi or ash N 200'. w on Canal 39$2'-Lot lOot Blk I in Fln.hur.i.aD .
Folds. of Jacksonville pent Frank Cruce made a joint Mrs. Kenneth Terrell] .and call lS0'. a 200'. a 150' To Beg 22 6 aa x.tis Ho".n ),38 Ann Ie 0HoIUn".worth

Sunday. with the Ducks and celebration of Mather's Day son of Gainesville spent Sun "We'll have a package deal 2649.-Lot la ot Blle 1 in Nat W11lln. 21.89

the girls returned with Mr. and their father's birthday day with Mrs. Jcs Dorko. Mr. I hope shortly. We can't" Just aD Is at VUti* AI.dr14s. 39.71.A.-Bag at SK Cor or Nil or NW
with a family dinner. get the chicken industry, Nor- 2,59 1 Run N 7J* W 100'. S 75', E
Members and
and Mrs. Nolan Mrs. Vera and Mrs. Arthur Green 100' To FOB 29 6 22 Jo.eph Bnrt.rt
of the man stated. 26'2--Lot 9 or 1I11e 1 ot N" vnu,.. Orlffl. 26.1(2
Brooktns has returned<< to her family erJsysU( the clldren and Mrs. Ernest Wells Commissioner Dave Shufordand a/o II..

home In Columbus Ga. alter day together. We are pleasedto joined them for family dinner. Norman met with the poultry ',oorpBseunt' 29.)6

note that Mr. Cruce's !sister and It071--Com nt NB Cor of 8WJ 5 Run W
several; clays! visit. Coleman. Phillips association last Thursday April 26-6--st ot Lot 12 5. All Lot 13of
610" for n FOB. Hun 3 140 to 3t
Mrs. A. C. Pearce spent San- Mrs. Lilly Zoucks, is with them Miss Debbie: Phillips of Mac- Blle 1 in Nat Wtlit.aa 0"1'' _. Rd 100 them M along i/W to i Sao
clcnny and Mrj. O. J. Phillips 30."We Wtllt.m 22,242659Let Lin. N to i 3.0 Lin. I to FOB
have a general agreementwith
Ix H/W t :31.0' Oa.o OR 12-PS
-- --- -- -- -- attended Homecoming) cu Hope them on guidelines so far 6 ot 811e a No' WUu.. a/D Ln ti. IT.Raluold.. .In 4,352670dot 418 29 6 22 'a.q,.... ''...... ll.<<8

Baptist Church Theressa. Mr. as that Industry Is concerned. >"119--Co<. 360 U or HI! Cor or S.o
26 ot Bl" I 'n Hal WUUo, 29 Run N 2HH for n FOB' Than
GAINESVILLE (and Mrs. Leslie Phillips' and:! We have turned that part of the 80 I...- I..non 21.682672eoo Run N H7B/ w 30' a "78' E 360
sons of Jacksonville and Mr. law over county attorney Ther- To FOB 29 0 22 Marian
..t IIV Con or NW. ot awt 26.63
and Mrs. Jam*3 Phillips of on Yawn," Norman said. The attorney .INn B Slo' for P05. N 200'. .
I Starke visited Mrs. Phillips will incorporate regula- '0'. 8 200'. 1OX To fOB II 6 22 Lottl. Raynold. "l"O--V 6 A or ut 01 am or ait EX
8.4 n,82 1 Lot D.. All CO. At NW Cor
Business Sunday afternoon tions for cattle, hogs and other Pin. a/0 Run a 233.9 for

Directory Mrs Lee Green! Mrs. Floyd livestock as well as provisionson 2677.-C.. at av Cur or Nwt ot awt FOB 311'W to 123 FOB. A 3. )Kx"8'50'. B For 125 st. N)79'N
A Run II on t a.o L'n. 760. for
Futch and children, and Mrs. sanitation Norman said. POD N 300' 1100' 0 S a. .hi Fir 150' K 158' in OR
Tommy Barnes: and children Norman said the county; has 300:.T Y io To.ioo Ix a'200' II 6 U Nary I..on "44,54 50-HO6. '-' k 6 22 6 Ptokran Anna Z.* 12.29

Mrs Mary Lock and David received excellent cooperationfrom j .: ,s' '

Eunice attended. Mother's Day the poultry Industry.NOW ,44 ''''P' I", > "'I I f' I.. "".I I ".'

observanc-s) at Long Branch 2677.A..Coo IIW Con ot Nlli ot swt ."1"3--1 Lot Bnd II dy Co Rd No 3,
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES Sunday.Mr. .Run B on t So Un. 760' POB W By Lot 3. 8 .r Lot 8. S by
Baptist Church on 8))0' WlOO To FOB 22 6 aa Lilli. ".. Lot 2 a. Lot. 8 5 9 All I'
and Mrs. Huttbnrd Harley IT orloOO .0 .1 1Iu"8: in Blk 2 or W Fin. a/D Mitiito 'u Dt i V S.OX. '.39

BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & pent the weekend herewith 2680.B. At SW Cop ot Nllt ot awt 5. --Lot* 10 14 or Bik z orw..t
Fan's. Inc. their family. 11.1 .1I fo1.t" Line 560' for Fin S/D 29 6 22 Or. 8 N Saok k.35
OtDSMOBIUE Poe. ; ., 1200' ToBa
SEEDS Mrs. G. L. Peterson of Arlington o I.'n. V lions t a.o 50 Itl55--Com SB Cor or swi or SEt
BALES SERVICE: PLANTS guest of To 8.. U 6' U L..y L..on 12,062685B. Run N 18' W 142' For FOB, W
1"1." Sel c$t.a .f V( 4 Can Insecticide Pre SappUaeFERTILIZERS ) was n. dinner 29', N 55'. B 29'. a 55' To
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee and _. a. Churon 0..4. '0' on N FOB 29 6 22 Aoo.ptaanno.Coorp16.73418)4A
Takes OBJ Cadillac 'Tra*>* 'l\h of Lo..r SO R..ln. I Co lit
IMI John on Sunday. ot swt ot ow H to'n Prop .
N.W. uth ?". J1u.J1l. We Rent Fertiliser Sttreat..*. Mr and Mrs! B. E. Reddish -rt7 '0'. II to Chur Or. Th.. To Fur or I....... Lying S or
M4 POD '0' II 'U Larry a. 1..1' Larayatta St in SW Cor or NEt
N.W. 8ti Ph. I78-47t with Mr,
Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA spent the wua.. 5.18 of SEt. aid B By 'Walnd' at S
and Mrs. J. O. Porw and eons By t sao Llna a. W Br Dan Lin
GLASS; :; a69'-.Co.. .t NW Con ot Slit ot awt AlK A Far in NWi or Bit or
in Tallahassee.Mr. a Run I 70' Pol' POD, Bun a 100' Dint Bnd S By .Wmlnd' St. H By
and Mrs. Floyd! Martin II '0'. N 100'. V '0' To POD II 6 22 John Dtgae. a. 4).54 Wlllarann W By aimnona, N By
Lin or sat or sot} Rionard ;t
LIDDELL of Daytona Beach were visiting r a699-4..Coo At NW Con of Owl ot LaBin EM "*.a)
But I 210' S 100' Por POB S
4 vliecl drlT ADd lucks Sun-
onflftlei Hester
Mrs. 100' II 100' V 100' To rOB II 6 aa Ruby 1Il.'n.
PrU Service La ,98 I 11230--swi} or Nit EX PA in an Cor
Glass Company tay.Mr. A. Ex 114 Alao Paro.l in Srfi or
CJe.u Used Torotaa) and Mrs. James! AndT3 COMPLETE! a702--Coo AI NV Con lilt ot allt SEt or NEt A. 1M.O in OR Bk
1100 N. Ualn 9TS-12M and children of Palatka ,and An entirely A. Bun. II 520' a 100' Pol' A Poe 29 f" 604 32 6 22 38 L.-l.M Aj.r 26.12
"Glasa For Every Purpose"Store new Th.. Ron '0' S loo' V '0' II
l"rontM1rrou Mr. and: Mrs. Scba! Rowe of translation in the 100' To POB n 6 U Alb.rt 1).82 1279- liwt or Not or S'.e 'tx For
Hold Kx Loc Dana CR Bk 20
VAR HEYL Tub Enclomirew.-Bhowern Floral CtLy were Sunday visit- language of today. 70"-Co. At NW Con of Iwt of allt Pg, 5"9 .4 Ex R/W *. I Ex Far Dao
Furniture Tops Class Replaced ors of Mr. and, Ml'$. O. J. An- A. Run a 610'. 8 110' For POD. OH Bk 2) 2A1 32 6 22 ft Vlotorla. Mo'p.bion
Lincoln Bun II ,a'. a 100'. I '0'. II a. I.l.a Ultoh.ll
MercuryU ders.J Standard Editionin 100' To POll U 6 U HI. M.rtl.y .98 IXHX ft.76
Miss Elizabeth Terry spentthe one volume
a706--Co. AI NI Con ot awt or 511t 4019-A.-Com N4CorofUEiorNwt
N. Main CaillftYlTle NEW LOCATION latter part cf the :week the Old and New .Run V 87' Pnr POD 112)2.8'. Wlr of sit a 210 FOB, a 100', EInO

.m-nss im So. Main Oalne't/fi|. with, Mr-i. C. E. Strickland in Testaments $8.95 60' N a)0.26. 1 60' To 'OB 201 6 aa Wilbur royal 2".6" Corn< *Slh. S Cor ion of, Abov w 1
Borne m-$i'i: 1102 Gainesville. With the Apocrypha 2715.-1 kot in al Con of .t ot Nit I 70* To Wly R/M at hd 200. 3
lIB Weekend visitors! of Mr. and $995 or suo Bing 100' N 4 8 Br ,a' 48 Des 4 on fly Bdry 10.61'l. N
i :Of II A. II U 6 U Rid St.te Ho... 61 CHIT: J 73' To Sly Bdry or For
Mr. and WE HAVE COPIES 1 E 1'<"' NIL To
HEARING AID Mrs. J. C. Tye were rno )..98a8st FOB .un..o aim'on
John C. Tye Jr. of Talla SEE US TODAY! 28.6ft
Mrs .
550' of holler Co.
M.rrury-C.'I/f..c.nft..1. hassee. Mr. and Mis. John : .;: a /} of DW} W 13O0'. :11 "29o--NSi or NUi or SHI Ex PAr
Mark! TO Enrt h Peed 9alhesvtQQe 9leaetny:: t d Jacksonville 1443.5' to Sly ldry d2X1 'loll KX: ft/'. a. I Ex Far D... OR
Hilllwd'' and sons BULLINGTONStudioJcwclryGiCts POD, N 9.44' ;! : Ban Bk 22 Fg )\6 32 6 22 ft Bartha Oroan
Cleaned Uned Care AmlHnbleAtito AId CO. were Sunday dinner ot RIll ot h...... B4 II 12S'. S d.t 8.70
817.2)' to Sly 8/v of In Rd s.a
guests cf the Tye's.Mrs. on Nl1 Bdrr 129.)' To POD .7 0 U Harold POodatn *306.-hag At HS Co* <.. .VWJ or 331\
ffnlr and Service Orvell Howard, of Gain Starke Florida 32091 118.60 Run tt 210 W 210' N 210'I
IIflIrill" Test. 210' To FOB Ex R/W )2 6 22 1 Rufu RllayJr
BatterleeAtee.nytea esville Is visIting' her brother 292S--1 tot B"n" 122."' N a. S 37 fto.60

S'HERMETA and sister-in-law. Mr. anl .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:":.:.:.:.:.:.:. :;;::;:::.:;:;;::;:;:::::::::::: con 50' ot II A.t4 II. Lying or Nvt A ot Bln'alt'} of in N'I HIt' 28 6 U ".di. Vl11b.. "307--Com At NB Cor or Nwi or SRI
Mrs. M. C. Kelley. I.' 7.2 a Run 3525. ")1S' For FOB Than
AUTO IMPORTS Repair BtTtlce w 155. )' To H4X, NS on hd 19).6'
29"- Cum At Intara.o I Line SlIt 2121' To FOB !Ex R)2 6 22 J A Scroll.
Custom Fitted Hearing AIds ot sat 4. lIo".I'1Y RIll In Rd 2)0 wrlpht ftl.20
FiACTORY AUTRORJZD Bun a Mono RN 61 R4 aO 7SS.'8'
I t Por A 'OB Tho Run N Cant l1'.lS *3nfl--Blk It or J H John., 3/D Lawton B Tho
IM E. University Ave. OalnesvflV Seof's'I To SouthI'll' R/v Line or Gr Rd ..-.t. nl 672.55
VOLVO MC Th. II A1eng R/v 10S.6S' Then 8
TRIUMPH FIAT 37WV( S 1"9.1'' Th. NWlr 100' To r08 28 6 U 1 I' Judy 11391--v 301 or M t or 3"i, or Bt
Paul 6'.84 kx4 a. Kx Par in HD Cor 150

ROVER MEN'S WEAR 291S--Co on 2 Did., ot Chu In> .A Inlot 8'I )) IS 22 H L Rurtl.r 7.71
N Un. or "IW.t} at nt A 1\1.' a .
BAtz k 8JRVICE!: j ice S 210'. Ii '0'. W 21/)' To hftoo b.-..-Lot. 3/U 6 of blk 5 of South
STAG 'N DRAG Mobile Home Sales 28 6 U Jame., I...,. S.16 Farr.ll Da.. 2ft.Oft

.d/ E. Vnfrrnritr O fn..rfllRenntr 1 297'1--Co. on iI Oils ot Churoh Stda.r. bft2J--B.;n At HW Cor of 3Wi of fill I
37'-4rD: .1. Line of NWf or ae2 0..... A 9180,84'. SJAl.60', N59.1H
Griffin. SaltnArrw '
To 4
Rof at fd,
eo 4. Run 5 16S' Pnl' P00. Hut S italy
"Shirt' Flvnkcla" Sits 4A '0'. II 112'. H 79'. .11 To POD 28 6 22 8ueolph H On 4 11/. 13ft.<"7' To II Ltn or
ArsdemvPOWELL'S 1' 9WJ: of t14{, rf 303.81 To FOB
Formal KeaUla Bryan 36,00 a. Any Tort Lyini finttm, Del.
ladle Spcrfaweart 303+--Lot 2. 4 ot Slit 1 In Ortl prop! l s/j of hd loo 33 6 22 n.rr.11 D... 197.1ft

.TTORK-t-1) W. t1NTV1IR.fIIT1": 1f'M To... ot Starke A II Brom Jr 49.6" .1127. .3 517 or M11 I i or NJJ Ex N
,049.-tot 2 ot Bll 7 ot Ong Temnof 1'7.2' )) IS 22 10 Harold Kit. 10,6)
and n INE.4VTLI.E!' MALL 11I..1.<.

K."t" if3truth
Beauty Academy MOBILE;: HOMES 9.76 4"28--1A L.*o .* B.' 840' B of
M4 Cor or UKi of N4., 1 2if
)128..11 70' ot t o Cnnnl 11n'. N'55'
Lot a o. 81Jr 27 W
Leans A Profession In Tour MITQir Ortl1nel Town, ot at... h a/v A 6 Men. 1".99 171' To lie" 33 6 22 1 L...l. Kit 3.195lY
pare Tim. FiiH or Part TIm ti .
)227- <:000 at Nil Cor ot Col1 a.
11. N" w. inth Ten.27 BALDWIN I POi' 'l9:216.3'. sly; m7:; ::1'Slr ftt

ELEPTRir MOTORS 7S' Dr 155' To Coo U IS a2 II J atUdtlUl 9.89 6/4 Tax M.rrlll Collaotor Bdmrdi

,lANO fc OtGANS ::1282..1 Lot 1"0' N a. II br $1' ., .'., City or stark: Florid
ELECTRICMotor CHOta OP TM AntITI'MMUSICc. I A. V "d. k B" lIor'n Lot I
8, H Y A 6 bY .I.ut.
'C .4a se I aF yront 9t 28 6 22 Noita 0Kidnl.ton
Repair Co. 1 28.20

3299--Lot i. 4 of blk 5 in I T

RepaMag Of Oalaeanm- RewindingNew Inc. O'vOIe Stopplnc Ctr. m,5SU SLASHLIVING i. Co. 8/0 111 h/W k.raon s.ul. Hun."" 6.92 .. WNt',... Flnntl.Hlltc. .IMDjr ....

)02--Lot 1 .. 2 of elk 7 in 1
and Used I I.or *. Cot lID !Ei R/W ".ole Lan 5.1I OT-J.. t t:""..P sutra 0t '.
nit N. W. Uth Pk. nt-M MOVERS COSTS ---. ...mvvvarval.
330 it
of Blk 8 in i T *. It, .
Cly1. ".n1<...- "' ... <'.rri... J Cordially
Farm and Indaatrlal .on dot ).}q w..
Dtitye ,
MrrlcfStrae SAVE : W./
Equlp.e.t Pacalac Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now 332'--Lot' 4 of Blk 13 in I.or N..rwal.fa r... N'1410 Y...comasT ..Y..'
,x.tta Nation 8.29 YOUR In N. I". ... run", a rorN.e.
Crating ShlMta, and SAVE! .. Rm "-
3322 ; 1 of Ilk 15 in L T A.
I Santa Fe Tractor, Free E'Umatea Call Co / Rudolph Colw *- SOLESIN /. Stat. ot Florida
Our Low Overherrf Means Savings For You I 3.77
I II U 0..-..I."M.ft' Y..FM__._
FORD HILL'S 3323.- oak THE T.A.......Y.>Mho "..r Cllr.IAY .
Phone 964-6BS7 If. S. :.101 North 811o. 15 in L T A
Farm Tractors II BnplemsnuTJ8SD Co ".u. Harmon 3.17 I",.. a".. d. ... -. .

: XQinPUENT Van Service, Inc. ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET I ))) of Lot of BIN 17 in WaNTaDS .n .111' ..... /o 0 _PI

SALT PART OERTIOE44VI : L T a. Co. 3/9: Honl Pullur 1".59 ,....cur....1 __ --1'

N. W. 111'11 37*'25W: XMO: N.E. Waldo ... G'rlTI STYlI. )1-II-.W' of Lot loot Blk 17 !Ex BRADFORD 1.. a...10'' _.W _....

GlSISILLI.:: .:. .'IA. 172-4211 .. -p- NS'.fLT.Co.. 3/0 UtnnonM. ? ,...A.. mnYa. COUNTY- ar 1.aa TELEGRAPH........... ,ns sad k/1aM.-.a.rd.fw ..,.. 'oo

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Start NOW To Be Ready Speaking: Contest Extention HomeEconomics "Now 19 the 'time for find out
tor yourself. Get
When Retirement Time ComesWhen Winners Named Week 'with your County Extension STARKE

children may :be needed. Tour Johnnie Copeland of Santa Home Economics Agent and
should you' 8taJ1$ plan 'the valuable' information BUSINESSDIRECTORY
Fe' received learn about
nlnar for retirement? octal security representative High School: a Home Econo
.'Now," says William Fisher: 'frill tell you if any additional check: for $30 as first place hilcs For You Too!" Is the molt offers In the many
Field Representative! of the evidence la required. award la the Area 4 Speaking theme of Florida Extension'\
Have security' Contest held May 6 at 1:30: areas of home mans ement.
Gainesville Social: : Security office. your social Home Economics Week pro
"Planning for retirement card (and also the cards, or p.m. in the Clay County' gymnasium claimed by Gov. Kirk and the It's a fact. Extension, home
should include getting together verfled correct numbers' of Green Cove Springs Cabinet lor! May 1018.: economics 13 for you too I" AUTO SERVICE
the Ala-
Johnnie represented
documents: which speed UP :your wife or children for whom' diua Conservation District. According the proclamation! ,
processing your' application." applications are filed), and the -- Gilbert S. Brown
Y '4 correct Kunners-up were Leon
Fisher explaas.Many dates of Wrth. marriage
Triest. of Keystone Heights,
people think when Standard Oil Service Station
of West
and Johnny Simpson,
Also have your latest W-Z:
they: apply for social security Nassau High. Each receiveda ATLAS
slip (statement! of earnings TIRES BATTERIES
benefits a birth certificate 1* r !
check for $15 and all spokeon
the only thing they need toring. and taxes withheld! ) lOr, If the subject "Sou and Water Budget Terms Road Service
:you were "elf-employed) last PHONE M4-7071
This !isn't necessarily
ex>. year, a copy of your Federal ''Conservation -Its Importance New Class In Basic Education Is 407 N. Temple -Stark
Nation You
to Our and
income return. Be able totell
You may need !to have certain Leon represented the Clay Soil
how much you have earn. Being Offered Throughout The CountyFor
other evidence or proof Conservation District, and
cd! to date in the of
year retirement HURST'SSHELL
as -well. For instance. in the and the expected total Johnny, the Nassau. Conservation -
--- '
absence lIof *n original birth DJist.r1c. t.
certificate earnings for the year. Call The
certificate baptismal Information
H' need in '
you help getting Service
Gen. Leonard F. Chapman (right), with father L. other old record or proof of your age ycur local Quotable notables: "I've BRADFORD UNION AREAVOCATIONALTECHNICAL
and wife Emily at Key West. documents such as a census Ca. DO Lnbrloatfoo
F. Chapman social security representative saved the mqney to pay my
record: family Bible record, or CENTERAT Monarch Tire A! Batteries
win be glad to help you. Ho .
policy may be Income tax; now ali I have to
old Insurance
Always Do What Mother Says, acceptable ao evidence ef your can Defense be contacted building in at Starke the Civil on do is borrow some to live on." 961-6150 301 and 100 Stark
ege. Also a marriage certificate -Lou Costello.
any Monday or Thursday Even If Nine Years Late and birth certificates of
9:30: a.m. and 11:30 --- -

It took James McLendon, son "Chappy," as the Onneraj. la
of Mr. and Mrs. R.P. McLendon known In the Marine Corps..
of the State Farm, nine yearsto took an Army ROTC commission -
do It-- but he finally carriedout into die Corps in July 1935.
a suggestion of his motherto lie went on to serve In both
"Go by and see Fielding.I'm World War n and Korea, and

you."sure he will be glad to see has Commandant.been In Vietnam five timesas 1filLeA DfSCOUNT STORIS

At that time, Jamesnow a He fought In both the Battle DOWER BETTER
reporter for the Key West Citi of the Coral Sea and Midway. 58Y It; PRICES OUAlI1Y
zenwas a Marine Private 1st His rows of battle ribbons Include -
Class at Camp Lejeune N.C.. two Distinguished Service t
and "Fleldliw": was a three star Medals, two Legions of Merit, e ; EAGLE ARMY-NAVY IS YOUR 'r'S'AC1 *
general with headquarters of the the Bronze Star, and the Navy
Second Marine Division, at the Commendation medal. HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL CAMPING EQUIPMENT!
same post. Key West claims him as a fav-
PFC McLendon didn't feel thata orite son, since he was born
social call was exactly in order there in November 1913,and lived QuantityRghtsResaved, ;/,; .:; ,i;:; :: ; ; ;.: ,,, FOOTLOCKERS BADMINTON SETS
even though General Chapman in Key West two years before ,
was the son of L.F. Chap moving on to North Florida with :i? 31"X16"X12" Plastic shuttle cocks
man, former superintendent of the family. He was appointed :i','1 ''''q.' .c 'r Rigid construction Two poles and a net
both father and son were close Marine Commandant under President ''r Fitted inner tray 4 PLAYER Rackets with

friends of the McLendon familyfor Lyndon Johnson, and will ,:'ti +, Lock and key 2.92 wooden
So James never complete his four-year term t handles
many years. "i: %
s ; YOU SAVE 1.48 ,
in 1971.
made the call. '' 2 PLAYER
As fate would have It, now- : / s, rt r*
ever, the opportunity came nine He and Mrs.Chapman are proudof .i KITCHEN TOOL
years later when General Chapman their two sons, both Marine :
now Commandant of the Captains and Vietnam veterans.
Leonard F. Chapman m. the RIOT /
Marine Corps, was on a visit,
with his wife, Emily, to the eldest at 27, and Walton Ford
Naval Station at Key West, and Chapman, 25, have amassed between -
was joined by his father, who them two Vietnam Ser-
lives in retirement at Orlando. vice medals, two Vietnam Crosses -
The Key West dally assigned for gallantry, three Bronze
McLendon to interview the Mar- Stars, and a Purple Heart. BOYS'BRIEFS
ine Corp Commandant. "You should always do what I I I
McLendon wrote that Gen. your mother tells you," says
Chapman attended high school in reporter McLendon. "So last t i ,
Starke, and later the Universityof week I did; about nine years GIRLS' OR SHIRTS '"
Florida, while the family was late, but I did what she told /11 1 L IL r ) BOYS'YN
living in Superintendent's quar- me. "I called on General Chapman SHORT SETS : RACK YOUR CHOICE! V T-shirts; soft
ters at the Ralford State Prison. DUNGAREES Ii' ..Lknit ; :
4, PERMANENT PRESS LAOLI / Quarter sleeve :
Bradford Has More Than Washable stretch nylon! SHORT TURNER Rugged blue denim l Al f Sues 616

I Striped top, solid color shorts POTATO MASHIR I I :r Five pockets J, i Briefs; rib knit

Share Of Small Businesses Sires 3.6% YOU SAVE 634 SLOTTED SPOON :: ** Sues Reinforced.J learns / //1 I Elastic waist
REGULAR TURNER band, sixes 4-16
among new businesses te high, r SERVING SPOON :.. YOU SAVE :ZlC Sizes 4-li
to bs
Bradford County:
I : seems with many: ] telling by the way-
I a fertile field for small businesses aide within the first few years, .1
with more In operation!! a fair share survive the difficult 'fi''
here In proportion to popula early period and are able
tion, than in many pacts of t:) carry on successfully there BOYS

the Aocorcllnf'country.: ( reports, recently after.Most' "businesses! in Bradford GIRLS' COTTON PRINTED T-SHIRTS .. -- ;

Issue by the census bureau are clashed: 'as small, with 116 100% inter-lock cotton, numbers BOYS'

employing Bradford .has some 203 1.405 businesses employees ] of the total 203 having; three POLOS baseball prints, Fla. motifs etc. ';;. BOYS'COTTON ,
employees lei 44 have '
; f
\\* Mock turtle neck, short sleeves, ;, SWIM
of $5-
with a total payroll: from 4 to 7 employed; and 33 j 7''' '
543,000 annually The $5% million !have from 8 to 19. The others Solid colors; sites M-L SAYEUI3< :i; TRUNKS '': "
figure represents an It are larger. You PAJAMAS
per cent gain over 1965 when Small and moderate-size 1 Popular, styles)' I I9'
the total payroll was 4988000. SAYE TTt :'' colors fabrics p1* Long sleeves, long ;
(businesses. In the local area. I I ,,. .
New businesses! are 'toeing have' proved to be quite dur- : "\ legs, ass't. prints ::i
born In the county, every year a-:'le. Th!!:v have more than J' \IID Sues-16 '. I II.
as local residents with, an held 'their own. despite the 1 Eu, TENNIS RACKETS OR : t I.

urge embark While to ba on the"on new mortality their v, .tures.own rate," prises.stores tough compJtltlMT and other: large: from enter-chain ; GIRLS' RAINCOATS 1': Il i , A' Rackets TENNIS are Red BALLS or Blue ''J I \ I \1 "rfn TO :..... 1 fli'' -( '_:: t.1 1

Practical I, Ions wearing, heavy duty vinyl :a i + 'd Balls packed in cans of 3 ; J
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7 to 14 Horse Power with Gear or Washable SNEAKERS -=

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Transplanters Cole Planters ,. 81'.12:
John Blue E/.ee Flow, and Others. 6-' < 12'/.J I

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Calvin C. Williams and Uavmond Dval KOVER* Self GROUND CLOTHS FLASHLIGHT SETS rN'' i 6 FT. AIR MATTRESS ...WAS- 77I <

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DOOR PRIZES Invites You To Our Annual Dinner Served Will From Be


ALL CHICKEN DINNER 5:30 Also to 7:30 Have P.MWe

Donation $1.50 With All, The Trimmings Take Out Boxes

Saturday, May 16thStarke Elementary Cafeteria

3 The Members of the Starke Shrine Club thanks those listed below for their cooperation, and urge everyone to give them as much

I ) of your business as possible.

Starke Starke Keystone HeightsR. GainesvillePalm

Starke New Kingsley Beach .
Pinehurst Grocery: T*Lovorn Keg. A'
Community Member F.State D. I. C.Bank Sears-M r hantHardy's Strickland's'. Landing Mallards 5 &10"St0 :eWard' Williams Neon Sign Co.

Hamilton's Concrete Products -Pepsi Cola of Gainesville
Charley E. Johns Ins., Inc. Salvag-eYard Barber Shop

" Independent Life Ins. C. New Englander MotelH. Eagle-Devane's Dept.Store Mannings Auto&Hardware McCoy Building Supply Center

Van H. Priest 5 & 10 .C.Wall IncorporatedNancy's Slade Gas Food Town GroceryFoster' Latimer Tire Co.
Stan's Bootery Office Equipment
Bradford County TelegraphKoch Flowers Gulf ServiceT.
George H.Pierce Florida Motor&Equipment Co.
Drug Store Plaza Barber Shop V. Service

Suwannee Store Florida Bank At Starke Crawford's Tenneco Station Leonard's Outboard Shop Gainesville Neon Signs
Member F. D. I. C. Starke Texaco StationL. ;376-2750:)
Andrew's Drug Store The Paladin Restaurant
First Federal Savings & Loan B. "Red" Alvarez, Std. Sta. Ideal Laundry
Terwillegar Ford Penny
Bill Powell Insurance O'Neal's Shell Station Dixie Linen-We Rent Linens
Starke Building Supply Co. Burton's Sales& Service
Inman Green Goodman's Service Station Jeffcoat Neon Signs
Mary Carter Paint Lake Geneva Mobile Homes
Maurice Edwards Jr. Eddies "66" Station Eli Witt Cigar & Candy Dist.
Jackson's Building Supply Keystone Heights Insurance Inc.
Zedra Hamilton Bush's Gulf Service StationFish Couch's Inc.
Sam Griffis Gro. Keystone Cargo Gas Station
Bait & Tackle
> James M. "Buck" Norman Central Paint Stores Inc.
:: Biggs Body & Radiator Shop Thomas B. P. StationEd
Mrs. Jessie Chastain Tech Magnavox
I Wm.Silcox Standard Oil Agent Wainwright Ins. Agency Home Entertainment Center
Ralph Bryant
N1 _Gib Brown's Standard Sta. Dixie Poultry Ridgeway MotorsJeep
Gene LongP.
& Rambler Dealer
Abbie's Sunoco Service Station ,
' Life of Georgia
D. Reddish Marine
Parts Service Co.Faulkner's Julian E.McRad G
\ r
Gulf & U Haul Denmark Furniture Lewis Timber Co. Inc. Waldo A. T. Douglas Builders

r\ Doyle The Cleaner L. J. Kite Pulpwood & Timber Evelyn's Hair Stylist
Lacy Conway Amer. Ser. Sta. Donaldson-Oglesby
' Western Auto Club "100"Hlway Douglas Realty
:: Hurst Shell Station
Bullington Studio 100 West Supermarket Burroughs Corp.
1/ Sid Shuford Std. Sta. William's Jewelry Bonnie's Hair Stylist Waldo Sundries Kennith Hester

Bradford Co. Hospital Bradford Abstract Co. 301 SoutK: Basingers Orange Shop
Medical\ Staff Amason Septic Tank Schenck's Corner
Barber ShopLelia'
Sleepy Hollow Motel Bradford
Holiday Inn of Starke Orchard Motel
, Baldwin Chevrolet& OldsSmitty's Dress ShopMac'
David Lawson Atkinson's Pecan Shop
I UpholsteringC. BrookerBrooker
and Body Shop _
Rosha's Salon Gen. Supply Arnold's Truck Stop SupermarketHaye's
H. Nasworthy Florida Light & Power Co.
Bill Reddish Grocery Store Florida Pest Control Winn-Dixie Begg's Gulf Station GroceryEli

Keith's Beauty Shop Stump's Dept. Store Bobby's Hide-A-Way Blagg

Buck's Grocery & Market Mitchell's Drug Store Lawtey Stalling'. CornerTom G. E. Green's Grocrey
Stalling .
" Noegel's 301 Restaurant Gem Jewelers G1 is son'..Truck Stop

" Farmer's Mutual Exchange City Barber Shop Desert Isle Motel & Restaurant

Kentucky Fried ChickenS Badcock Furniture Trails Motel & Restaurant Hampton

S Noegers Auto Sales Product Co.
Denny Concrete Massey's Gulf StationJ. George's Grocery _

Tastee Freez Drive In Merrill Edwards City Clerk L. Water's Grocery. Hampton General Store

Temple Motel City of Starke Natural Gas International Fertilizers _

Garden Restaurant A Friend Lawtey Skating Rink Lake Butler

Starke Motor Court Merritt H.Williams & Barber Shop Carlton Varnes Shamrock

Davis Grocery Louden's Beauty Shop Priest Service Center Service StationTomlisonMaines

Libby's Sales & Service Mutual Lumber Co. Christensen's GroceryShuford's Drug Co.Sistrunk' Green Cove SpringsBank
"66" Service Center of Green Cove Springs
Dry Cleaners
Durrance Pump Co. Wells Appliance Sales&ServiceB

I Town Finance & G Truck Stop Restaurant Knight's Restaurant Emma Brallier Gustafson's Dairy

i Doyle E. Conner Ins. Agency Stuckey's Pecan Shop Carter's Radio & T. V. Service Andrews Drugs Inc.

I Draw-Tite-Hoover Ball Longchamp Homes C. F. Miles Market

j & Bearing Company John A. Torode Shell Dist. Keystone Heights Spires Store
Devrick Inc. Congratulations To Starke Shrine Club Parrish Food Store RailordDobb's
Brown Refrigeration are doing.
George W. for the fine work they
Wholesale Auto Supplies Electric "66" Station
I Bowen's WashateriaJ. Clay John Shaw
Builders Hardware & Supply Jimmy Dobbs)
i (Maurice
KellyLee' Triest Construction Lake Butler Wrecker ServiceJoe
! Farm Supply
Gulf Service ( Shaw)
Starling's Grocery Fish Market T. V.
I Volley "" Henderson Service CenterS. Douglass ,
Colemans Cabinet Shop_ Herb Thomas &App. John's "66" StationC. River's Gas & Grocery
I YawnHouston's .E.McKay Realtors
Dewitt C. Jones Theron A. .M. McLeod GRAHAM ,
Station"Bill Belote Drug Store I
Colonial FloristEdward's Coastal Oil Co.
GroceryJ. Edwards "66" Ser. Sta Keystone Print Shop Uniroyal Tires

Jr. New Method Cleaner Keystone Jeweler & Gifts Lyman Green Barbecue
D. Odom
Jerome John's Oil Co. Ducky's Department Store Howard Auto Parts Florida Computer System Co.P. .
Branding Iron Restaurant Bank O. Box 44& Winter Park Fla.
Betty & Felix Sullivan B. P. Oil Co. Keystone State Jim's Bargain Center Florida Gas
Member F. D.I.C.
Strout Realty Woodrow Thomas Cleaners John Whitehead Sheriff Winter Park Fla.
Mary D. Brown Register Oil Co. Keystone .


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Of Title ToldProvisions 79 I

CURB Economic Agency'
Neighborhood Service Centers
met recently In the Central
Office Ion Starke ''With Jim
Music, of the Jacksonville Area,
Community Planning Council
Inc.. as guest speaker.
Mr. Music discussed! : / Florida's -
Title XIX Medicaid. Program
for medical assistance

toy to lam the ;Income 1963 amendment families. to create UM Lti: W 1 "R( (jL'' :SSBil: : : .:." RY; i$ JHU'S: ; \ '; ;IS&: : K; ,, cE s..i MP.. : ;

Social Security Act along (Medicare and several other S1DRt'I Ii I IfIJon't II I

,health care programs. I i
The speaker said that the
ultimate goal la to! make high .
quality health care availableto miss this Offer! PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 20
those -who are unable to
pay for U, starting first with GThgtasia GIJi'1.a
the categorical state welfare W-D BRAND BONELESS BOTTOMROUND '
recipient and eventually extending 'Naturally
to! cover other low In
come people. VOID AFTER MAY 20 Tender"FRUIT
The program was Implemented
statewide on Jan. I, 1970. DISHONLV39C
with an appropriation provided
by! the' legislature for a .six
months period to July 1. 1970,
'when a new appropriation will
be necessary.
Florida, like all other states, WITH A *3.00 ;;.: It
must progress 'to comprehen. PURCHASEGOOD U. S. CH ICE
olive care 'toy 1977 for all persona
covered unless the Federal
law is amended'
The program is administered t
through .ft single state agency,
the Department of Health and ,
"* This worth$1.00 H
Rehabilitative Services with coupon KSXSaTWO Uf LB.
direct administrative response '
:ibility' delegated within the De- SALAD p8
partment to the Division of PLATES ;
Ji'a.mllyrv1ces.: M -*; % FRESH QUARTER LOIN SLICED
A vendor-payment' procedureIs I >i r
the basic reimbursement : :$2.99 PRICE Pork Chops LI. 79C ; '.
method used by the agency. :.00 COUP-VALUE- N ti
Payments are mode directly to USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF
the vendor (provider of see $1.99,
vice) en (behalf of the recipient. : : COUPChuck: Roast ... 69CWD
This is basically the same .
system used for a number' of BRAND FRESH HANOI'-PAK((10-Ibl. $5_69)). .(S-Ibs. $2,89)) e
years to purchase medical care, '
(for \state! welfare recipients. y Gr. Beef 3 $1 79 r .:
Providers of th various services GOOD MAY I.TXRU AVGUST IP LBS'
have: been instructed in SUNNYLAND TENDER SMOKEDHAMS I
This coupon worth $1.50 KZSSJ or USDA CHOICE WeD BRAND BEEF BONELESS ;
the method 'toy which they are
!to obtain prior authorization 1' 12"PLATTER Ir Roast $129
end receive -Wiling and pay w Rump LI.
men under this system.
Those eligible for this pro USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF SIRLOIN OR TOP

gram are: $4 49 PRICE Round $129
1)) All Individuals :receiving $1:50: COUP N Roast LI. ,
cash assistance: ; grants or state 1 VALUE e
welfare recipients under one USDA CHOICE WeD BRAND BEEF TRIMMED NEW YORK
of the four categories of aged $2.99 WITH coup

blind children disabled and dependent ', VALUABLE GOUPON"WEEKLY : Strip Steaks $159 Whole Ham LB. 49C

2)) A relative Included in CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF BONELESS EYE
the AFDC grant or an AFDC TEATURE' 69C
recipient. L Round Roast $1' Butt HALF LI.

3)) Children, muter 21 years ofIIi't 0000 MAY U THRU AUGUST I9 x It
who would be eligible for G
: ThisFoupon worth $1.00 v
AFDC exceot for school attendance. TWO DESSERT 1' Sirloin Steak $129 i;"
iB ;
4) Individuals In medical : HALF LB
facilities who are not eligiblefor
a money- grant, but would
'be eligible for such a grant If $2'49 PRICE
living outside the facility. This r IIBRIEZt!USH HORIOA ORADE"""'All WM1TI
i COUPON i l
$ y S
determination is made by I,00 Yt 'At ,

comng an established'B persona standard.Income to $1:49: :N 7Yf MED EGGS L \

The speaker pointed out that
the state Medlcald law does $ -100
not provide medical assistancefor 3 ooze M1R a
STXIU. S In :the :aged blind
and disabled' program who are
not recipients In 'their own
nnme. "Under certain conditions THRIFTY MAID ; GOLDEN BANTAMCORN
these people were el'gl- t
ble for existing' mdlcal vs'st-'
anc proor sms prior to Title
XIX Implementation.! Qaqpealcer 10 69'B '

Additional said. Informattrn on 1 SUGA I

the program Is available! at EARS
the vice.Division of Family Ser

4 limit on. with {5.00 or Mon purche. ..dudinciaor.X.l..

Named Deputy By Director CUBB flower AHEAD 49 Potatoes 10 BAG LB 88C I

Mrs. Elaine C. McBride of t .? FLORIDA VALENCIA VINE-RIPE CANT- 'j

employed Green Agency Cove:by board Springs the CUBB of has directors Economic been- r 1, 5 3 9 Oranges 5 ."Q 49C loupes 2 FOKI $1] 00

as Deputy Director ''to till the
vacancy created -wttien Nelson pou ND MRS.FILBERTS WHIPPED((6-STICK)
St. Rlos ivaal promoted to Exe- BAG THRIFTY MAIDORANGE .

.cutlve Mrs. Director McBrtrfe 'of assumed the agency.her / : Y : \ DRINK 2-/< Kai. ggc' Aflarganne I LBPKG.: 29C45e

hew duties with the agency
n May 1. She has 'worked -
%itfe CUBE as *n Area Coordinator .
Onions 3 49C 1 LBFKG
with the Neighborhood Lei, : )A RAG Margarine :
Jtervlce: Center in Oreen Cove ; .
Springs and is the originator is FLA. SUNKIST 1REAKSTONE
and president cf the Clay I
County Opportunity Center Lemons 12 49C Sour Cream PINT45c
Inc. She has attended classes Quantify RighH R.,.rv dWINN.OOII fOR -
In adult vocational training
end training sessions by the
Atlantic University Multi-Pur
pose Training; Center, Atlanta, Limit ono Cof f..of/your choic with.$5 00 or mart purchat..eluding cigarettes. DELMONTE LILAC LIQUIDCoffee

Oa. ASTOR 69C tomato .4 onL $100 1 4 $100STOKELY
Catsup l"is=
LB. 59 . CAN Detergent . BOTTLES
2 New Closing

Blanding Dates Set FishingThe For Tomato Juice .4 CANS $1 Soft Drinks .1 'NAB'/' $1 Paper Towels 3 a;::U $100,


:Fish Commission Game and has Fresh announced Water Soups .1O'1 1 *m Bartlett Pears 3 CANS $100 Green Peas 5 ". N $1 oo

two additional closed per. \
lads toe the Camp BlandlngFbh

Management Area during% ... .... ....., ,.... ... ..

July.Major Robert M. Brantley. CLIP .I .EXTRA : .I ( .EXTRAEXTRA': : I .EXTRt :

Northeast Region Manager for I SW.GREEN MM CMMMM STAMPS IHI* : I I d GREEN.STAMPS w :: I w dx GREEN.STAMPS .. I I dv1.GREEN.STAMPS : Mly
the Comm.\\ llton, said the closing :1- Ircu .''.&OHO''CIII''
wee accessary due to the THESECOUPONS 'r c. i*.HOWIHnin 4 Hai... : 71 ; 1! J;: ......c..MIM1R0/AWE..._ :' Iri.dCMi.a.r couMTir.tmi :j
Florida National Guard firing OOOO tHRU MAY M '
b"i; No.9 f;wl: ; l.11: oo"- 7 5: OOOO IMU MAT M
live ammunition In the area. ............ ... : 10 : Nall I.. ..... ... :. No. 12 .. :
The closed date are: May 4 .- ............--.-.... ...._.. ... .". .._...._.........__...-.__....... ...... ......._".-...'''..-...'...._. .
thru 8 and It thru 15. June 1
thru Sand. thru\ 12,July 20 EXTRA ;: EXTRA EXTRAAs If! EXTRA'o:: ,
thru M and 27 thnu 31. August FOR EXTRA I I M(.,.GREEN. .ww.STAMPS w.w+ow. : I I dx+,.GREEN.w,.wr STAMPS r w w. I !.. wwr.w FI I dt(www.r.GREEN,STAMPS w wwr. : TR N
jg thyu H and 17 thru 21.LEQAl. ::x.11:. : ..NRICAfIInitant :I '=: I OI.HOTIHOT : p
I Ol J*
STAMPS : ....r..t.. : CHoOOOOTMMMAYM. FU. .rSkliooaammjiuvM.>. I 74 ::....... : a
FORMS. Bra* J; OOOO THRU MAY M : hS.'. >! .; : 160000Ilgll MA170 : ; Nqy?
f.rd ?aDtJ'' Telegraph Pta. No. l 13.. ,.... ... .. NO. 14.. .. ..... .. No. IS.._,.... .. .. ... ,,
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-aaaaaaaaaaaaaa will meet. Friday night the Intermediate the :Mtdlake home of Mr. and I I
< Summer Head Oar to Mrs. "
School class > Mpf Start Whlttaker.: dated
Sunday r. f..I[ :Mrs. J. W. Horne. Cand'dates! Math
4 '
Cream Social. 1970. CtUBB. along
will give an Ice
Included Ed Sullivan Karen Approval ReceivedApproval
f There will be fun and games < > ,with 12 other: agencies, bad received .
I By Mra D. B. mn Supsky. Phyllis Griffin Lola
Community j for all ages. The purpose of the pijor approval by the
Brown Ronnie Knight Debra of the 1970 Bummer .Governor.
Social is to buy personalizedBibles SCHOOL NEWS Dee Canova and
Hicks. Mercedes Hoffman. Start program ha
I for each Sunday School Martha Smith went to Silver
Can All classes at& Hampton Elementary Dean ,Stlnaon. John Simmons teen received by CUBB JCoon.otDmte
student. On Saturday the I School will have had Springs for a field trip. The Summer Head Start pro.
Sheila Curtis, Annette She&Ty. Agency from Mra. Barbara
I Club will sell dinners from the field trips this Mr Earlier this spring first and Brain, totaling' 193.343 In federal
II : rear, after 1'IamMeloon.. Steven Earnest, Whtttaker, AocMant Regional
News I!IL kitchen. Fletcher' fourth grade goes second grades, with teachers. Julie Saxon Mark Jones. CharGes 'Director Office of Child fund. 'will operate In
I VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL to Six Gun Territory this Mrs. Shirr BaIr and of Williamson. Dorothy Shea- Hevelo mwnt, Department of Clay*, Union and Bradford
I Thursday. Last Friday third Margaret Cupltt, had a tour OouatiM during June July
Daily Vacation Bible School ly. Dorothy Cubbedge Doris Health. Education and Welfare !-
i uy Elizabeth Given walker 1 will begin June 15. Hours for grade and kindergarten clasa- Marlneland. Last fall's trip the tl>> Hardy Richard! Davie Dannie This approval and the laneS August It Is designed to

aaaaaaaaaaaaaRECREATION ___ attending will be announced la- es, with their teachers Mrs. Six Gun Territory was Slade, Greg Slade. Kathy Release of funds Is contingent serve five and elx-year old

NEWS summer camping. ter. Watch the paper for an- Ernestine Register! end Mrs: field trip for fifth. and,sixth.Gold- Brown. Kat'e:! Mae Thomas. upon approval of Gay Claude children who will start. either
(Mrs. Lynn
with kindergarten
Practice Is held each Tues- nouncement. Zim Judy\ Thomas Lori SUnson. Kirk.. or first grade
and BAPTIST Church The Pastor Is asking the entire man and Mia. Earaelene According' (the following year.
day Thursday at 5 p.m. for CHURCH NEWSMt. EBENEZER and Shelby Stlnson. a copy of a let
participants In Little League Moriah United Methodist. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday congregation to accompany merman.
Baseball. All boys registered Church School at 10 with Rev. School 9:45: ; Morning service, him to Mt. Zion South Jackson- Saturday next week. May 23. PERSONALS
are asked to practice. Success Mrs. Essie Holland in charge. 10:45.: At 3 p.m. the Senior Choir vill. Friday night May 15. The is the fish fry at the school Mrs. P. C. Reed accompanied : ones or TAX BALIMotloo

comes with practice. Morning Worship at II with Rev. will render song service in Key- service will start at 8 p.m. sponsored :by the PTA. the BHS band to Pensacola lo hmby MTon that on the tad 4y' or Jin,* 1970.1 "'..
Girls Softball practice is in Perkins in charge. All membersand stone for the Mt. Sinai District We will leave the church at 7 CHURCH NEWS last. weekend.! Thursday' to Saturday on Count tho* of following. ...d.ooribod. ntto of land pay Tu th..eunt Mo euttri..t..t11 duo for ,.... horolo oo' ool*

progress, and all Interested friends are invited to at- Missionary Convention. AU p.m. p.m. We are asking both choirsto Vacation B'We School at ', as one of the draper: .o.*..opportto. thi _., ".rth.r n.M oil sowS of oinh _1. ond, oil .*-

girls ages 9-17 are asked to tend these services.The BTU. At 6:30, Evening Service. sing. Hampton Baptist Church IS ones. The Reed's eons are in .rttAder.D.rtptt_ teewt of
register at the Reno Recreation Youth Fellowship groupis Thursday night Bible Study and planned, for June 15-19 with the band. of 'I....
Center. Summer time is Fun asked to please meet Sunday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. SCHOOL NEWS registration June 12, at 10 Visiting[ here Monday with! ton 0... ond god.NIa' .

Time. May 17, to formulate plans to Mt. Plsgah AME Church, Rev. Basic Adult Classes have been a.m., according to Rev. Melvin Mrs. V. J. Slade was' her sisiter. ..- .
complete the year's work before George Young pastor. Sunday organized In the county.All adults Hamel. pastor whowill: serveas Mrs. Bill Hall of Gaines. or IAH.IOOLet

DELL CHAPTER 168 conference which will con- School 10 a.m. Morning serviceat Interested In earning a diplomamay principal. yule Last Wednesday! they' 6 nook ? w e Oooiobr )O.lot
Dell Chapter 168 OES will hold June 2-6 in Lakeland. 11, with Rev. C.E. Tostonin do so in these classes. Forty teenagers and chape- .
vene drove to Ocala to visit Mrs. Aoroi In NN Oor It of "ttLot or lI.t J I Null _.<0
its regular meeting Thursday The Conference WSCS will con charge of his second Quar- You may register at the Vo- ones from the church attended Slade's sister, Mrs. Lois Hugh
May 21, in the Masonic Hall on vene May 15-18 in Pompano terly Conference. Each memberis Tech, Anderson in Lawtey and a teen banquet In Jackson- es. and :Mrs. Hall's BOn and ) on'. lID kit of U J 1 Voll. 1.60

Brownlee Street. All membersare Beach. asked to cooperate with this RJE. There are two classes in vllle last Friday evening pon. II U.U' of mla 1% Oil ft on front* 19.60
daughter-in-law: :Mr. and :Mrs.
asked to be present and on The church will sponsor its activity. Evening service, at 6 operation at RJE, meeting each sored by Trinity Baptist Bruce Hall.Sunday MX. Lot .2.ept / tOO >nd OcaSM
time. Business of vital import- annual Musical Tea Sunday, May p.m. Choir rehearsal Thursday Monday and Wednesday nights, Church'' Coy J Lot 1 I OB MO LieS to
IIW T '00. a *00' W to ro. oxoop ..
ance. 24, from 4:30-6: in the Church. night for both Junior and Sen- from 7-9. Everyone needs an Honored Sunday with cor 'the Gerald Adldnslamlly aoo Dorto Den.11.15.
Everyone is asked to please stop ior Choir members. Please be education. The opportunity is
for Mother's Day were .
GIRL SCOUTS here again. sages 'Went to Brooklyn Lake a look 111 Moirta ..01.. 8'1."
and have a sip of tea with your present. Mrs. George Slxc! >n, Mrs. Rose! for a picnic.
Including and
Regular meeting of Girl Scout friends and enjoy an afternoonof GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL I Mr. B.. at pi 70' V or *" Oar 00. no
MBY CONTEST WINNER Parsons and Mrs. Copeland, Mrs Joel R. Smith .and children Loll. AY. II 60' .U )o' 00' to
Troop 626 will be held each entertainment. AME Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins LokO ATO ( 30' to ... Morrtn Baolor 19.0'lA1ft'
oldest Mrs. Larry Young-
Tuesday evening at 5 p.m. at GREATER BETHLEHEM Free pastor. Services will begin with Booker T. Marshall m, son for : of Jacksonville. Mr. and
Greater Allen Chapel AME Will Baptist Church Rev.Jasper Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morn- of Mr. and Mrs. Booker T. Mar- blood youngest; and Mrs. L. Mrs. Calvin Richard. and or BAILROAO

Church. All Scouts are asked to Williams pastor. Sunday School Ing service at 11. At 3 p.m. the shall n, was the winner of the L. Melton with the most children daughter of Orala. and &the Lot a Arthur.. 'Thornton 19.95

please be and Choir Union will be held in Lake Baby Contest held at Ebenezer present. Emory Prevatt family of .
present on time. 9:30.: Morning service at 11.Evening HI of Lot IDA Jor. Spoil 9.a,
Each girl is asked to Baptist Church on Sunday May Baptism) for 27 new members Stark.
put on service, 6 p.m. will meet. Butler Allen AME Church. Eve-
"\ Congratulations! of Hampton :Baptist! Churchwas Let. 6, 9. 10. 11. It ark 1J Mtnnio Johnooa
thinking for activitiesfor
your cap Wednesday night Prayer meeting. ning service 6 p.m. afternoon atBIRDSEYE Debra Hicks aetrompanled lets 11.20Johnnlo
held Sunday
the summer as well as Ladles Circle
Thursday night 'the OHS band'' to Fensacola. Lot 7 Blk 1) ronlor 1.60
'weekend. Hicks- also
last Miss
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was on the Dean's list at .
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Day for Mrs J. A. Adklns tot U,' E*" bY lOlt' Hta Lot 17 Hvbfll Mid Aaron
Sunday, when leer daughter Jonklni 2.20

Mariam Kelly of Winter Haven .M 160' of H 376 Lot 17 Nnbil and Aaron

A1 arranged. ; tor, her daughter" Jonklni '.'0eo.

Margie Reel! and her daughter H Car Bin 17 Kin N 100' for
MAYRU ... t B0' N 171 H 60' .111t. Lliclo teiton
Mariam Lou. and h-r eon ; Sit "..05t
Billy, all to be on 'a line at
Lot 27 J Al4. 1.60
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000 STOWS ii I I 14I'L'1f' +Mother's Day. Lot 29 I..".. Randolph ,.8,

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lost week, and went fishing Rut".rto..10
with her sisters-in-laws Mrs. Lot 220 Nee on R and 237 Nil.
on M b100' now in Lot 42< Mini Md M T
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Margie E. Thomas, 67, I
ADULT FICTION ver; Why Can't 17--Bendlck; of Route 2, Starke died Thursday .",
Antichrist--Holland; The Sorcerers Sounder--Armstrong; One Kitten May 7, In Bradford County
--St. John; Danju GIg-- For Kim--Holl; There Once WasA Hospital after a brief Illness.

Weston; Poor Devils-Ely+; Love Cat--Pelavin. Born In Poulan, Ga. on Nov. 15, FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday
This Perfect Day--Levin; 12 RavensRosel JUVENILE NONFICTIONThe for the past' six years. She wasa LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125 Northwest Law- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; ; ing rshiph9115a.m.. Youth
The Defector--Col- Story Of Tools--Poling; member of the First Baptist 1404 E. Bessent Road ley. Sunday School 10 a.m Morn- Morning Worship and Communion -; Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Practice -
lIngwood; The Eavesdropper-- Rough Men, Tough Men--Cole; Church of Poulan, Ga. SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. ing Worship, 11:15.: Sunday Night Service 11 a.m. Evening services Wednesday 8 pjn.
Boynton; EverythinglappefSForThe To Smoke Or Not To Smoke-- her husband,JohnW. Service 6:30: -Rev R.L. Bennett ,
Desperate Surviving are Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacra- 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. -Rev. Robert D. Burch
Best-- ; Of The Terry. Thomas,Starke;one daughter ment 6 p.m. pastor. Worship service J.C. Saunders pastor.
Characters--Fox; Song The Mrs. Hilda Story, Albany, Ga.; MondayMia 7:30: p.m. 7 pjn. Minister Jack P. Bell. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Earth--CordeU; Beyond two sons James N, McCrary 4:30 100-A
TuesdayPrimary : p.m. CHAPEj.: Highway
Bridge--Matthews; Starke, and Curtis McCrary Columbus WednesdayRelief Society PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
ter--Keeley; Barbed WlreCanzoneri Ga.;five step-daughters, Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- ? Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday II. Training Union,
God And 7:30 p.m.Dean HAMEXONjilEISTIAN: [ CHURCl Morning Worship Worship
The House Pre- School, a.m.
; _Milton Enough Of NEWS ABOUT Mrs. O.A. Griffin Eau Gallie; Hansen, Branch Presi- ing Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -. 6 Training Union 7 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8.
Minnie May- ; Mrs. Marlle Grlffls Jackson- dent. Services (Booster Band, Young p.m. Prayer Meeting, 8
Worship U a.m. Evening Wednesday
LovemaWng--Rubin. Service), 6 Evening Worship.
This and and Prayer p.m.
ville Mrs. Fred Wheeler People,
; Worship -James Shaw Ser- p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy pastor.
pas- Prayer
Mrs. O.E. Holder, both of Starke; JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Wednesday7:30
ADULT NONFICTIONHard SERVICE I MEN and Mrs.Walter Gardner Beech- BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Midweek Service, Wednesday tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday I KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST

Times: Oral History The Of mont, Ky.; four brothers Vinson 301 North, behind Tas- 7:30 p.m. E.R. Bowers, D.D., night-1 p.m. Family night. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training

The Depresslon--Terkel Devlin; Deep .. Statham, Albany, Ga.; Carl, John tee Freez Drive In, Sunday pastor.' BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15: ajn.; Morning Wor-
Price Of My Soul-And- Observation ; and Thomas Statham, all)) of Man- School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER, FLA, AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
South: Memory HighBloodPreesure chester, Ga.; two sisters, Mrs. vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor] Sun' Sunday School 9:45 ajn.; 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30
--Caldwell; And You-- Marine Corporal Alan R.Wade, Lena Giddens, Manchester; and Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- HOPE BAPTIST.CIUJRCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship, 11 *a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
Cholesterol, Train Care Keystone Heights, has completed Mrs. Cosine Taylor Poulan, Ga.; (Highway 100 at Theressa) Superintendent. Training ning Worship, 7 p.m.;Wed.Prayer Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
Steele; Select Own,Horle--Van Buy, Tuyl; a Field Radio Operators 25 grandchildren and )11) great- day.Leroy Olive pastor' E.L.. Sunday School- 10 a.m'd Morn Union '6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas Meeting and Bible Study, 7
For Your tattered Vandlver Course while serving at Camp grandchildren. Grlffls, associate pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training Director. Worship Services p.m. Study on Book of Psalm NEW RIVER BAPTIST

Their Primer Flags--Midgett;; Lejeune, N.C. Funeral services were held Union6:30 p.m.; Evening.W9r- 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw G.F. "Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn-
An Accounting at 3 p.m. Saturday In the First BAPTIST CHURCH :
Of The DEDAN ship7:15 p.m.Wednesday music director. Welcome. 'jig Worship, 11 ajn. Training
And The Uses
The Spirit Baptist Church, Poulan, with Interment BROOKER Night Prayer Ser- union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
Mathematical Sciences--Soaty; Army Private John Libby of in the Poulan Cemetery. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- vices- 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 8 p.m. Wednesday night service
Student's Guide For WritingCol-Fron- Company "D". 7th Battalion 2nd DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7p.m. Packham pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. .
]lege Papers--Turablan; Brigade has scored "expert"with was in charge of local arrangements Service Sunday School
Training Union, 6 p.m.- Sunday : pastor.
16 N. Parker
Of SpaceBonoEverythingYou He.
tiers ; the M-14 rifle here. Morning Worship,10:45
Wanted To Know A- .Rev Lacy Conway pastor. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morning 9:45 a.m.
Always achieved his "expert's badge"by GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH ajn. Evening Service, 7:15 pjn. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH''
bout Sex, But Were Afraid To hitting 60 or more targetsout CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Worship, 11. Training Union' Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-'
Ask--Reuben; First Children On The In of a possible 84 while fir- Gerritt Van Diepen 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek 6:30: p.m. Prayer Evening Service Service, 7:30.7:30.: Pm" jig Worship, II. Training Union,
Moon--Armstrong: Ing on the Training Center'sRecord Worship -J.C. Brown, minister 3:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.
Trouble: A National Scandal-- Firing Range. Services HeldIn Sunday School, 10 a.m. Rev. Johns pastor' -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pastor
and 7:30
Services 11 a.m. p.m.
James; Arcadia--Lane; Gunter Private Libby Is the son of .., ,
GainesvilleGerrit KIdd, pastor.' .
Cunllffe The El Doradc -Rev. Y.W. -rrrrr-r- --------- .rrrrrr-
Grass-- ; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Libby of r-------- [ ,.
Trail Heaven--Egan-Cox; Between Dreams Earth In And The 506 N. Water St., Starke. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD :.H1,':';' 'iI'I: ':.:. ..,';. .I: '''';:'',' .' :""":'I, ,. ".''l "'J.V"'L' .. .. :. ''' ,; .ir '," ';.;". '
Life Of- Prayer-The; ApproachOf Van Diepen, 82, of OF STARKE I .!; ;';y i"I'i.i'f': '{i 1..',\: : \. .: : //i.l"I'I/}, ; !: '; ..1 1<.. V\\l1\ !?$ :l .:(.\{{, ,{.: .. .' :.';(.' ': :/lt; ( :\,?:i. :; r
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The Broll- Starke, died in a Gainesville West Weldon St. and. Raiford :.;...! 1)1')). :.. ,'(:.!t' '. .,...I.V..;'.'...'I' .'',''';: :'' .. ." '";,::'-' .. ., .,.' .<(.'1) : :....'..,.
y. '
Edgar Cayce--Bro; I ..' ','j"....". '" ., ...' ,
convalescent center last Friday Road '. : :, .. .{ ,' ., ) '" ".'l.: .,>,
Cera- .., ,' '
erhouse Society--Goldlng; Marine Sergeant Carlton E. )) extended Illness. He 10:00 am.11:00 : '" ':of .W.' '.".,""...J. .' :"r,.' .. 'a A";...: '....,."... I
following an Sunday School: : ", '. ., !. ... .. I .'.. _. .. ..J. J J.j JI
Decoration '"
mic Colors And Pottery and Mrs. PaulI. I \ -. ,_ ,' .. .. ,. .1 . .. :.
Meng, son of Mr. was born In Minnesota on Feb.19, C.A. Services: 7:00 p.m. R'I : ; .. :, .:" : ." :'0' .1' I.", '.:.\ '.. '; :>i""r\; ,:
,' ,
Shaw 64 Hobby ProjectsFor a.m. :w. '. : ,,,... ":'! :."'" "'::" '::" :!; :;; '/ ; ,,' ; '
-- ; of Hampton, Is now ; : ;\ ; 'j' .'I''i' i'
Meng ,
And Car--Brown. 1888; was a retired custodian,anda Evangelistic Services. I ,'iti1 :;, '. 'lt!! .I'.f.!\( 0, ;... :" :;; :'_;:i, : Jo''f
Home serving with the First Marine member of the Christian Wednesday: No Mid-Week
Aircraft Wing In Vietnam. Church. I
ADULT REFERENCE Service. 1'1I1''ntl4'nllirl not dream of permitting their children :
his wife, Marie
Mythology--Munch A Surviving are Pastor: T.E. Gilly
Norse ; Van Diepen, of Starke;one daughter -
Dictionary Of American Au- I venture out on the water!! without somepiotertion.
1901- .
thors--Adams Literature The American Cancer Society
three sons, Gary Van Diepen of BAPTIST CHURCH
1967--Nobelsttftelsen; The International has financed more than Steve Van Die- Yet, only too many of these same .
Oxnard, Calif.; 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- ,
Of Thoughts. of research
Dictionary $200-million
pen of Compton, Calif.; and David vices Sunday School 10 a.m.
Bradley. 1945. Much has been accom- Van Diepen of Mlnnepolls, Preaching: 11 a.m. Training ;parents do not prepare, their children, for ." I If
plished. Much remains to be three ,Mrs. Evening Wor- cti
Minn.; stepdaughters Union, 5:45 p.m.
JUVENILE FICTION done.The American Cancer Society J.W. Brownlee of Starke; Mrs. ship, 7 p.m.: Everyone welcome the. dangers of everyday life. The Bible says: '. .
Soup For The King--Kessler; needs your dollars to help Clayton Crenshaw of Gaines- -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor
Where The Lilies Bloom--Clea- finish the job. ville; and Mrs. Robert Shannon "tt'lierefure tnkr veto you the n-liotr .

CHURCH (II'.f. Cud, Hint j/e IIIrlil""be able to I

Sunday Scholl 9:45: a.m.,Morning I
Worship II a.m.. Youth Ser- ii-itliftaiiil. / in flip ('I'idrry/ and

vice 5:30: p.m., Evening Worship, t Y I
7 p.m. luriNg/ ; tloiie all, to stand.

night Prayer Meeting
C jj + Begin now, to safeguard your :
7:30 p.m.Ivy Luke, Pastor: q
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NORTHSIDE CHURCH BAPTIST I zy: children by taking them to church. I

Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: ,; I I
Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- wM
ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training} I I
Union, 7:30. 9'B.

ThursdayTeachers and Officers ; > II' r: II
Meeting, 8:30. Prayer 'B. d" .- ..', -

Meeting 7:30.Edward ? ; 0"" ..." .'_" ...
C. Harvey pastor. ro; -'l'Qj ti' ''''''fIIf! I

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if,. The hunli ll God oofoJntoo1 oOMr In.Hw
a ST. MARKSEPISCOPAL I i, ..Id l for iptMtfinf Hu ....,.... of Hit too I
CHURCH t'( lot man and ol,Mil demand,lot awl It...,.nd" :'f
9:45: Church School 9 ,, r 'A'' I lo Hurt ton or tninf Mi ruil i Holy Eucharist 1st Sunday Pt i 'INN grounding' '' In "KM" too of led m .......
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11. a.m. _: mom or wcltry or way ol Wo will "lonfV
Morning Prayer 2nd 3rd) & I ....". ),' poruwtto and.. HM,frotdom, which .. !hold M.V 4 II I
4th Sundays 11 a.m. foot will innttoMr i po,". ""' ".... wen.
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I : .t and Mi famlr, lirond Ma,. twwwtr, I

LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH I .,:fake. .; Your :Ctitf'dreh' .0J y ponoa ihould uphold and oortiioati InIho Itfi!; I
Onmli bocoino H lilh ,Iho 'Inrth about
School, 9:45 a.m. D
Sunday : ;
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- '.. '..n,;T.O .churdH?', ;; t man Ulo, dath' and..dtitlay; Iho mth whkll.. I i'y I
... .. ; ::: otono will him ftto "' ,
ning Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Mid- : t., .. .: ul lo Iho 01 a dilld ol .I.
,' '
Wednesday, ,. kfti. S; ,,. "., &M (" : ,
week Bible Study, I .. This. ,Sunday (! "... I J',
7:30 .. .;( !i/J.s:; '1 ': \ -. iV
: p.m. I /. : .. ..L'z. _. : _.. .
Be in church Sunday. i' .-i",'": "".A:$t. CoI.....,:,, Ad. ':". .......,. .. "' \o1:'),": ,!{<':;1,:' ::,,\;< IJH"'r\i:. \! ;: ,...,.:.; :.j".,.r--.r-! ,"fl : ,,,),'. ;,:.';.'r..."",:,i ,
pastor "
Rev. W. Mercer I
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Sunday School 9:45; Morning JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES Inc.
Worship at 11; YWA meets Immediately ABSTRACT CO. ,
after morning worship

r service. Training Union, 6:15;; Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
Evening Worship, 8 p.m.. "Tell Better Service For Your
It Like It Is," presented by the Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand

Contemporary: Folk: ue1ua.J. Youth Choir. Title Problems
MondayYouth Choir presents BULOVA WATCHES Sporting Goods
PRESENTED BY "Tell It Like It Is" In BUS Abstracts
auditorium 8 142 W. Call St. Starke .
p.m. "Check With Us First"
Title Insurance
TuesdayJunior Choir 3:35: ;; Phone 964.7064
YOUTH CHOIRFIRST Junior GA, 4:15.: 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 219 Washington St. 964-5270
WednesdayFamily Night Supper
BAPTIST CHURCH 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting STARKE "66"
RA meeting 6:30: ; Teachers and
Officers 7:15 Church FAULKNERGULF
Meeting ; SERVICE
Starke, Florida Choir Practice, 8:15.:

ThursdayVisitation, 7 p.m. Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 SERVICEAND

May 17MaylS -W.A. Hogan, pastor. Tire Tru-ing 4\C i'V

: ;
'rlJ cll.Aeulilott '
e un BAPTIST CHURCH Brake Service ----.--.. :)
Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning -,"--- Trailer
Worship, 11; Youth Choir Practice Wheel Balance and
Complete Lubrication
4:30; Youth FellowshlpSupper -
5:45; Training Union, 6:15: ; Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 Minor Tune-Ups
XaeJCd J oolAeedilotiem WMU Prayer Circle 7:15; Eve-
ning Worship, 7:30. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE 1011 N. Temple Avenue
Wednesday--Family NlghtSupper '
8.OO/ein All Minor Repairs
6:30; Prayer Meeting, 7:30 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 964-5899

Church Choir Practice, 8:30.: 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke 301 and 100 .

tlO S. Temple Starke
Chester Heather of Batavia Ul.;

"TELL IT LIKE IT IS" is the only Christian Folk Musical ever televised > and Lester Heather, St. Charles,

nationally. II has recently been accepted by the Armed Forces 111.Diepen; one, Sioux brother Falls William, S.D., Van and OFFICE 8UPPLIX3 EDWARDSGrocery EST

T.V. network for broadcast to our troops who are stationed allover several grandchildren. TYPEWRITER
the world. Funeral services were held at and Market OHTROLC

10 a.m. Saturday at the graveside ADDING MACHINXaPKOTOCOPIXRS :
"TELL IT LIKE IT IS" Is a Christian Folk Musical that seeks to put in Evergreen Cemetery Groceries Meats Feed & MlCM CD.

the Christian message in the language of today's youth. Its objectis Gainesville, with Rev. W.L.God-
to plain talk young people into a confrontation experience with win, pastor of Lake Forest Bap- : : tntn SM.MU GAS AND OIL
Gainesville officiating $ti. Take the out
the truth about God's love and the revelation of this love through tist.Chapel Interment, followed under of piper work.LMOAL .- drpdctr; Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.

his son Jesus Christ. direction of DeWitt C. Jones
S. 301 South Starke
Funeral Home. na"l."yaoc.a. Phone 964.5745 for FREE
The Youth Choir of First Baptist Church, including! other young PHONE 964-5312
people from the community will present this musical on Sunday iunr.aorc Inspections and Estimates

May 17th in the First Baptist Church and Monday May: 18th in the At the start of the century, -- -- ---

High School Auditorium performance time will be 8:00 p.m. The few cancer patients could be CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

choir is composed of 56 young: people who represent young ooople cured.Today,there are 1.5-mil-

who want to try to build a better world through the presentation of cancer.lion living What Americans will happen cured to-of Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

this music. They deserve your support by attending either of these morrow? The American Cancer Electrically"! -Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911

performantes.PAGE Society needs your support now.

16 TELEGRAPH MAY 14, 1970




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Register partment of Tr.nel>Ort..tI..n. P. one percent per month. plus) Colonial" Florist M.H
BHS Juniors Family This notice: shall be 'published O. Box 1089. Lake City Florida proportionate onmt of publishing. nay's Home. Appliance 11.89>>
VOICE each week for four consecutive the notice unless. the amount. 9.7H
ones iM'n Motel
12066. no later than May lit Jo
Told Advantages To Gather May 17 week In the Bradford ant opposite. each name beloware 1.. J. Kite 39..'
County Telegraph. 1(70.Thla opportunity for publlo paid before. th" BthiOf JuneA. toe' Fish Market I.AII
OF THESportsman Of NROTC Plan Dated this 24th day of April hearing la being; offered pursuAt D. 1970. Warrant will be New Method Cleaner S3 HI
Tha annual meeting cf Register 1170. to the Federal Aid High issued. therein. directing the. levy Shell Service Station 18.05
family descendants Inman D. Green way Act S3 U. S. C. 101 at upon the seizure 'of tangible Stance Nursing Home. Ina 118.4J
\ will beheld ,
Clerk of Circuit "OUllt aeq., Including' the 1868 FederalAid pernonal tall: : payer.eluding Sunoco Station 4.1)4)
High school Juniors were advised Sunday. May 17. at hla- Bra Beuish lM. MoodyDeputy Highway Act. and the. amount of taxes In Texaco Service Station 7 09
this week to investigatethe torte Waytare Church midway By J. D. Ward. District Ennlneee' the cost of. advertisingand Unity T"af 1.88nlMerrilllllEddwards.
Clark Florida Department of Trans- the penalties are> a. follows .
\ BY MIKE CH1TTYHI NROTC College Scholarship between Stockton and Stateaylllc. 4-30 it 1.11 portion. : Tax: : Cola Ileceor. Ayer Raw, Co. S.OS: City Of Starke. Florida
Program which trains careerof- Oa. More !than a 'thousand 1-1 Bt Rails Garage 2.66 9*It ft 11-4
flcers for the Navy and Marine descendants are expectedto .NOTlo Pl OF Blur Tavern 4.24
""' ""!
-" Corps. attend. .Notice. ntClllFfil ALB that PIG.I"a Pablla. Service Cammls.slOM .
U hereby given
Sports .Fans sorry I Roy Griffin of Griffin's Lodge Benefits include Navy paymentof This large family:: association !, P. D. Reddish, Sheriff: of .
missed you last week I but due (east shore) had good luck last tuition, educational fees. textbooks was organized. In 1949 and has Bradford ler and by County virtue Florida.of Writ un-.of I'D Other. The Interested.Appllcnnti.Parties And All
wasn't homo
to a camping trip week. Monday he guided Mr. uniforms and a $50 Brown to such proportions! Execution: to wit: Notice In given that an Examiner AMERICA THEBEAUTIFUL
to get this column up. In fact Iwasn.t monthly subsistence allowancefor Execution Issued out of the will hold publlo hear-
Wante and (ithat It Is
home this past weekend, a friend and they candi- one Eighth Judicial Circuit Courtof ing's on the following mattersat
caught 18 bass the largest weigh- four years. Selected of the oldest and largest fainUy Bradford County Florida. the times and place Indies.-
but knowing I wouldn't be, I enlisted In the U.S. ,ludganentfor cated.
ing 6 dates are pursuant to a Final
got the Jump on It Friday morn- Ibs. Wednesday afternoon and organizations' in the South. Walking Products, Inc. Direct further prehearlng
Naval Reserve are -
he guided Mr. Zellner of Jack- One thousand Register. familyaeeoclatton Foreign Corporation: andagainst communications or plendlnics to
sonville and midshipmen upon enrollmentIn Clarence E. Lee and the Chief Hearing Examiner.
Ing.Fred Johnson of Starke was they brought In 14, college. magazines! go out Harmon J. Lea Defendant. In 700 S. Adams. St.. TalUhaiaeo ?
the annually to descendants allover the amount of 11,287.60 together Florida 32394.BOU .
fishing recently and caught 9 Ibs. rldaybefishedwitChagrles The college majors offered to, with Cots of collection. A. M.. Wednesday May
bass, the largest weighing 4 Stokes and a candidate are many and varied toe.nation.Florida Have seised and have In my 27./ 1970 Florida Publlo HIT*'Ice
mother and they u- following described Commission District Office
the -
pounds.Jan landed 16 up to 9 Ibs. Saturday with only a few non-technical possession personal property to Cox Building. 6720 a.V.. 17th That's the way we found it, Almost five centuries
Brown of Fried produces about 40
Kentucky professional majors prohlbted. pe r Street
Chicken In Starke reported that Roy and Jim Ising landed 17 bass During the summers between cent of the total citrus grown Ltm 1 I west 1.139 miscellaneous Watkin.I Miami, Florida ago. A technicolor world of blue water and purple
averaging 3 Ibs. 1 Docket No. 70137-KC On
Sunday mornIng the world I Product.
James Williams and Harold Godwin Roy and Ed Salisbury college years midshipmen par- As the property of the above the application of Bee Line mountain ranges. green forests and gleaming
60 Redbellles caught Heavy Haulers, Inc.. for a contract
caught and 6 bass, the largest 8 Ibs. ticipate In at-sea training periods tamed Monday,defendants the 18th day and of that May on motor carrier certificate white beaches. And of course, it still could be that
catfish In the Oklawaha River."Chicken" experience The Coart. Klchth
which provide '
under contract with Ervturprlne"Warehousing.
Shlpman's Camp on the west ....1..1.1. Clrenlt. In Ana For 1970 at twelve o'clock noon on Ino. authorisingthe One trouble is of careless
Charlie Braswell has shore reports the following cat- in naval operations and Bradford County, ),'I rldo. aald day on the premise of transportation of orated way. some us get occa-

also been catching quite a few ches: Mr. and Mrs. Tony PIg from which they receive many Case No.Brooking T4O' and Frank offer Bradford for sale County and Jail.aell to I will the and uncrated furniture, eppllancen. sionally about littering up this lovely land of ours.
fish lately. Eula ; and en matinsfrom En-
varied and rewarding bidder for cash -In hand
Merritt Williams Bill McRae gram 65 shellcrackers and midshipmen Brooklngs. her husband. Plain-. hlghelt the above described propertyof ..'* warehouses to point: Little individual acts of tossing and discarding that
Upon graduation, tiffs. v. Early B. Thoma..t.aIN
bream George Davis south of and Including Nassau
; and laid ,fenilants to satisfy
and a friend have been catch- Bobby Wendell and Kerry sons 50 may be commissioned as Defendant Of Suit. For. PartitionIn the aforesaid Execution Duval. Clay. Bradford. Alnchua. result in a lot of unsightliness. That's why we hope

Ing bass In Santa Fe Lake. They bream and shellcrackers and 7 Ensigns In the Navy or as 2nd The Name Of The StateOf P. D. Reddish County,Sh..rlffBradford Florida Marlon damaged and Cltrua or rejected Counties.and shipments that motorists, fishermen, picnickers, huntersallof
caught the limit one day thatI Lieutenants In the Marine Florida 4-23 .4t 5-14 on return.
know of. large bass. C.A. Rodibaugh, who To the Defendant.: .. John T. Bond. 5720 S. W. 17th us, in fact-become anti-litter conscious. Let's
spends each winter on Santa FeA'iI" Corps. Zella Green Blankenshlp VI.Irll Street Miami. Florida. I I. attar,
Applicants for this Drn ram Blankenshlp. Leila Dunn. that ney for the applicant. take the time to preserve the timeless beauty of
< ; J':9'' : +JIl.' Wesley H. Dunn Perry Thomas Notice la hereby riven( To
Motor Intending
MteYi 1. .basis Carrier ;
the ofTransportation
t consldere0.m
tN' 4ti will be Leon Johnson Jo Ella Sapp. the Florida .pepartment The
Participate In Anv Of our country.
la offering those
of scores obtained on ejther the Alice Johnny Sapp and Above Hearings Shall Advise.
Test the James Sapp'p. l If alive,ny'.owIJhelre .f: rnY.lel Interested; In expressing Applicants' Attorney And Chief
Scholastic or ,
Aptitude dead to his or her ; :'. concerning? tha boa.tlon Hearing, ; Examiner By May 18, UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC.
design economic
College Entrance Examination legatees or grantees -
environmental effect 970. P.O. Box 273. Winter, Park. Fla 32789
r KNOW YOURFURNITURE Board PrInceton N.J.. or the and claiming all other by.persona through or it State and Projects Noa. 28110- At said times and place allInterested
American College Test of the parties ... JSOt and 71150-3501. the oppor- parties will be given
under or o<< lnat them: And tot an opportunity to be x. American College Testing Program All parties or person havlnxor Unity of requesting a publlo .
: .. title or ..rlnlll' on said project
F> Iowa City; Iowa in lieu Interest claiming In and ny to right the following State Projects No.. 281104(01 William ny Direction T. Mayo of CommlHaloner CTmlrma
of the Navy College Aptitude ; described property, -situated and 71150-8.. 4H aro descrlbad Jerry W. Carter and Commissioner
Test previously used. In Bradford County. Flor- ; A a proposed :Federal Aid Project Jong t Yarborough an andcnnntlttttlnir

Applicants for the 1971 NROTC Ida SW: % of NW14 of Section 1.Township on State. Road 225 from Commission the Florida this. May PublicServlc 4.
200 In LdiwteyBradford
BILL\VILSOK South, Range 21 State Rood
By >
( College Scholarship Program ( County) to Sta teRo.d 1970.T.
E"ou. 16 In Clay County A. distance Mabry Ervin
of Ue
and each you.
THISCHIPPENDALE Executive Director
WHO WAS mustApply for and take either test notified that a suit to partitionthe miles. of The proposed approximately. construction (SEAL) It
., ? specified above at their own expense ho been above flied against yon and of this project la to proVide We Support the
prior to 31 December 1970. required to serve a a new 24-foot road-war. ('UT Of Ktnrke. Tlorl.ln.
you are route will l be followed Keep America Beautiful Campaign
the The existing: Notice Of Vnnnld nellminent
-Arrange with the appropriate cop complaint)" of on your the Plain Ift u attorney. since the majority of the .Tangible. Personal PropertyTnxe figLslitter.
testing agency for the submis- Terry McDavId. 200 rlnhts-of-way required< for the '''''.

What Is the story on Chippendale NVell sion of their scores to the NROTC North. Florida Marlon, and 'file ree.City. the oe proposed owned Improvement by the Department.m alreadY Acts As of provided 1041 by nM Chapter llce Is 20228.given/ .

Thomas Chippendale designed furniturein yi College Scholarship Program. glnn.1. In the oflra of the Clerk Persona deslrlna a described' publlo .that tangible pert-anal property
Court. on or before hearing on the above taxes avsoHscd for the year
-Apply for the NROTC Col- of the *
f England about 1750 and employed a June 6. 1970 : .otherwisethe projects must submit their written -, 1981)! are now delinquent And
leg Scholarship Program between allegations of the com- request to Mr. J. D. Ward boRlnnlnx April 1. 1970 such Bg/ee01
hundred men in hit London shop. He ex- 1 April 1970 and 1 December plaint will b* taken as oonfes- district Engineer, Florida. Da- taxes are drawing. Interest of

4r 9qr 1970 In accordance with the 1971 r ----------------------------------, ------------------- ---- -..- ---_-_-
Bulletin of Information.Lake 1 I ; ;

,t" I SLICED 1/4 i

A has returned to his homeIn FRESH i
r i'g LI tl New Augusta, Ind. While here 1 1

/: ,,," .. from October till April 26 he
Chlpptndsle side chair Chippendale arm chair : ,ik caught 545 bass. He never keepsa FOOD

M small fish, and he keeps all !
celled' at wood carving and was famous dl.j: of his friends supplied with good 1 1I

for his ornate mirror frames.' !lpt Santa Fe bass.
.a Wildlife The newly Association organized Santa held Its Fe I FRYERS 1 1 1 FAIR 1

His chairs are probably his !beat loved meeting at Shlpman's last Sat 68

ll pieces.' They were handsomely carved .711)i urday. The members caught the 1 I 1

i'x heavy and massive made Mahogany.: t fish and staged a fine fish fry 1 1
But only the wealthy could afford them.. for all. About 100 enjoyed I----------w---------I
1'\\ feast.I .
or any of his work. : : hear that Francis Chlappinl 1 1I CHUCKROAST

and son Robbin of Melrose 1
tried the fish in Pond XX last I FLORIDA

BodcackFURNITURE I week fine My redbellles.parents and came James home and with Cric-35 j I GRADE'A' c: I II 1 : COUNT when Savings ON 'SI! ,

I ket and Palma Chltty; of Starke 1 --
fished In the Oklawaha River 1
Saturday and caught 75 red- LB 1 58 WEDNESDAY MAY 20th
:; 'ceThti + bellies and catfish and my parents j SAVE 1O< LB I II 1 s quantity rights ....ry.d.
'f1l and Johnnie and Ida Roberts 1 1 _

., of Orange Springs caught --_
30 on Sunday.
h, hit Eisheen'h m n Series That's all the fishing news for

l iI'D; ,'ieht. ;:..!_, .1 ff:o: now,goodluck.Wouldn't so until. next week goodbyeand COUNTRY. STYll.SHOULDER. CHUCK 'VNI-TASTI lIAN'IIHH U.I O.ICLittle AZALEA *,



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,.v;,... ,,'" ." '':"",,, :': ':':':"':" -<<;';';""' ';':''''''';'' ';'::M<> :"" ;.< work of the Chapter officers. two colors of Worthy Matron May 19 at 8 p.m., followingthe
I Mrs. Betty; Sikes was soloist for Reed, presented Individual giftsto regular Meeting of the OES Annual Meeting of the Grand
several events. It was then time every "mother" of the meet- Chapter all Masons will be hon- Lodge F" A.M. In Miami
J KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE Ii to honor mothers. The Worthy ored. The cooperation of the April 28-30. and gave his report
--- Ing.No at the Lodge Meeting on May 12.
J Matron honored the oldest mo- forgetting the highlight of Estrelllta Club, the Eastern Star

*, ,:::::::::: ther, who proudly admitted to the Courtesies, was the Chap and the Mason, beginning with the PERSONALSMr.
-::";:::::::::; "::$:".;:(.X : mc- ": ::m. :;: ; her 81st year! with her 82nd ter Mother, Secretary Beatrice building of the Masonic Tem- and Mrs. Ray Nelson of

and faithful service as President next October, Sister Anna Simp- Schroeder, P.M., who was pre- ple in 1959, and through the Summit, N.J. were touring Florida
for the past two years son James. Betty Sikes saluted sented with a large and unus- years has been one of which and points of Interest and
eystone Hilites/ NEWS NOTESBy Mrs. Turknett, a dedicate) her with a special vocal solo ually lovely framed plaque, of this Community Is very proud. stopped over for a visit with
Christian lady, has not laid down and a gift of a colorful floral a sailboat symbolic of the Ship Worshipful Master A.P. Hallman their friends, Mr. and Mrs. William -
Helen V. Egan her gavel, for she will be i a table bouquet. P.M. Geraldine of State. This was a gift from of Melrose Masonic Lodge, No. Walz of Lake Brooklyn.
Chairman of a Circle, and she Jackson was honored as the the Worthy Matron and Worthy 89, which built the Masonic Tem- Rev. Norman W 1z. their son
By GLORIA REDFEARN and Mrs. Ernest McLean, also youngest mother and similarly Patron.A le with assists from the two Is pastor of the Oakes Mem-
Pleas Tall <473-3288 or 473-4182 COMMUNITY CHURCHThe Chairman of the Rebeccas: for: honored with a gift. Betty Sikes social hour with refreshments Women's organizations Is most orial Methodist Church In Sum-
the reading was "What Is a Mother was served in the Ban- appreciative, and as an Eastern
Candlelight Service of the the coming year, will be mit of which: the Ray Nelsons
Sweetheart Page Officers Hall Leamon and Ber- Star
----- -- Church Women was Directors of the Dally Vacatioi ? The quet by member expressed his are members.
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Community of the Annual MeetIng Bible School In June.CANDLELIGHT Phyllis Hussey, P.M., tha Ward, Mrs. Janet Ilaynor, gratefulness for the many programs Mrs. Marcelle Smith of Baby-
The final meeting of the year ford) Second FlightDutch the highlight held Monday gowned In the yellow(gold)color, and Mrs. Millie Muhlhofer. presented In the Lodge's
Muhl- of the organization ((Continued on Next Page
Heines Wally
and Installation of Officers will hotter;Third runner-up Flight-Charlie mc- evening, May 4, In the Education SERVICEOne and Mrs. Bertha Ward. P.M., interest. This of course Includes

be held on Thursday, May 14, Glave; Ed Reed. Building. Central Candle was lighted -
the Woman's Club. Officers ; nmner-up David Nelson, Leader. -
at FIRE DEPT. Retiring: President, Mrs. Roy by Mrs.
for 1970-71 to be Installed are:: Don- Turknett.oqpned the final business She took the program of the
President, Mrs. W.L.BhmceJr., Assistant Chief Marshall fire calls meeting of the 1969-70 Gen- late Mrs. Russell (Mary)Young,
Vice President, Mrs. Robert aldson reported ten Aid Officer eral Meeting with prayer. About then Chairman of Spiritual Life,
First -
Stanley; Secretary: Mrs. Russell during Huntley April Redfearn, Jr. reported 65 members of the seven Cir while her husband was pastor OPEli DOUSE
Boutte; Treasurer Mrs. James ambulance calls. cles were present. Annual reports of the Church. Mrs. Nelson prefaced -
C. Cook and Members-at-Large, seven officers were were given by elected the service with a shot

Mrs. George Reese and Mrs. elected The following for 1970-71: Chief, E.T. officers: and all Circle Chalrmar reading. Each Circle had gained
Ashton. members during the year,
Clyde Red- and Committee Chairman. The new
Bennett: Asst. Chief, H.
Chairman of
LITTLE LEAGUE; fears Jr.; Captain, L. Kuyken- outstanding report was given by and Mrs. Nettie Stitohberry,presented -
Chairman of Church Women'sWelfare
Saturday, May 9, found Kim's dall and J. Zowarka; Lieuten- Committee, Mrs. Ben the following, who stood on
Shell defeating McKay's: 9 to 8. ants. G. Goetzman and P. Carr; Christoffers. In behalf of the the left of the Lighted Candle Northern Gas
First Aid, E. Fox; Chief Engineer Mrs. Charles I Propane
Pitching for Kim's were Bobby P. Bradley President A. Community; Church and the Keystone Table. They
Tekes and Arnold Reed, for Mc- Miller, Vice President; F. Wal- area, assistance was extended Smith, Mrs. Fred Carlson, Mis
Kay's were Kevin Bannon and Treasurer; G. Massa Sec- to 32 families, in providing Katherine Bowersox, Mrs. Mar
rath ;
Neal Cannon. Banner defeated ; food and clothing: for displaced Mitchell Mrs. Betty Shornlej,
Cus and Mitch 11 to 9 with pitchers retary, B. fire victims and Mrs. Evelyn Rohlin Mrs. Donald -
The Firemen making plans persons 473-4351
Mrs. Georg --
Mike Wlngate and Harry Annual Firemen's Ball homeless children several 01 Pangborn
for their
Wagner for Banner and Larry Rode- Reese, Mrs. William Nail, and
which will be held August 15 at which found a new home at
Couldtnorpe and Jody Smart for heaver's Boys Ranch. This is Mrs. Joel Roberts.
:sue:; and Mitch. the Lion's Club. solely a church missionary pro Mrs. Nelson then presented
the new officers:President,Mrs. 15th-8 5
Mrs. Albert Bachmann'sBook
ROTARY CLUB gram. Friday May a.m. -
President p.m.
BOY SCOUTSOn Local businessman, Leonard of Golden Memories which Barry WymanVlce; ,
29 Scouts held Mrs. Walter Grolick; 2nd Vice ,
April Jones, who is the Civil Defense is the "Flower Fund" for Sunday
a basketball.tournament at the Director for Clay County; was morning church services, reported (Missionary Chairman); Mrs
High School gym In which the speaker for the Rotary Club the Foundation is doing A.P. Hallman; Secretary, Mrs _

patrols Cobra's played defeated each the: other Panthers: The, Luncheon last Friday. well mounting, but as memorial expenses contributions are ever- Edith Ralph Smith Barker.;and After Treasurer a members greeting Mrs :..1;...;..11...;;..11.;.;..1..;..;...;;..1..;.;.1.;;..;..1.;..im1...;..;..;..11..i..i..i.;.:..;...m1.....:.m111.......;..:..H......;..;..: ...1...11.;..1...1111mi1..........%....1..1.1..1.......11....m111111.........1t111i... .;.:.;.1i1;.;;.;:.m;.;;.;;0-::1 m ::1 1

the Flaming Arrows defeated the PERSONALSCol will,be appreciated.The was Mrs.given Nelson to the charged new the new\, f:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::;::::::;::::;:::::;:::::::;:;:::::::::::::;:::;::::FREE GIFTS I ::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::;::;:;::::::::::;: ;;::;:;::::::: *::;:::::;::;:::::::

Ravens then the two winners and Mrs. James F. Wiley Rebecca's Circle Chairman % % : !1 i j; i 1 1 j ji i j1jij i;1;;1jj ;;1i11j; 1j:
played with the Flaming Arrow who are stationed in Brussells. Mrs. R.C. Sunderland reported officers of the duties of their :% % 1 1i11i1ii111 1i1 1i11i11111:1; :; 1111i11;;; 1111;;;;;;;mm1m1 i1j111 ii i11 j i 11: ;
respective offices, and also included -
Patrol winning. They challengedtheir Belgium were recent guests of on a program they are working
fathers to a game and guess Col. and Mrs. James Chessing on during the summer. The late the cooperation of ever;
? guessed U.-. the Few at the time of the officer and every member to befalthl'ul
who won you ton. Col. and Mrs. Wiley planto William ON THE HOUSE
support program f
Arrows defeated the Dads. retire In Keystone Heights building of the new Sanctuary
On May 2 the boys traveled to when his tour Is up with the was planning to make two um- of the organization. All member Circle ...
Gainesville where they presentedthe Air Force. brella stands for the Narthex,, then formed a Friendship -
"History of The Flag" for Mrs. Jackie Caillouet, Mrs. but. his sudden death left this around the room, each can WARM MORNING BROILMASTER
the Scout Exposition held In the Susan Swan and Mrs. Jean Fox much needed article wanting. Sc die was lighted as the member FREE
linked hands, prayer was ,
Armory the Rebeccas Circle will have
shower for Mrs.
hosted a baby Refreshments
On May 6, Bill Schearln, District Michael Potts at the home of some projects and earn the money and the Mlzpah repeated. i- GAS GRILL
Water Safety; Director for Mrs. Caillouet. There were 15 needed for the purchase of were then Circle by;
the Red Cross In Jacksonville, guests Including the honoree's two umbrella stands. These will members of Rebeccas
the Scouts be In Memoriam of the late Wil- while a social and getacquainted -
a talk to on
gave mother-in-law and sister-in-
Water and Boating Safety; He liam Few. hour was enjoyed. Come in and Register -- Nothing to Buy -- No Obliga-,

left posters which the boys are law.Mrs.. George Schaeffer's sis Unfinished business consisted The Executive Board member tion To Be Given Away Free.
of the 1969-70 year will be hostesses --
of of the Executive
placing In public swimming parks ter, Mrs. Rita Walker from Silver approval
where there are no lifeguards Board recommendation, that a at a luncheon at 12:31
Spring, Md. has been here fora
and at boat launching sites. week's visit. Mrs. Walker was complete new 200-place settingof p.m. Monday. May 18.Mrs.Ralph Our Gas Air Conditioners On Display
accompanied by Commander in China for the luncheons and Barker Chairman; co-chairman, See

GOLF CLUB the Australian Navy Ken Sholtz, dinners be purchased. This was Mrs. Alex Gaunt. Following
The regular monthly meeting who Is connected: with the Australian approved by the membership.Corrections luncheon, the President Mrs.
of the Ladies Golf Association Embassy In Washington, ( )-The motion also Barry Wyman will announce: UK
was held on May 7 with a cov- D.C. While here Mrs. Walker Included the matter of the old new Circle Chairmen and co- NORGAS-HARDWICK
These In turn will
Hostesseswere dishes that cracked chairmen.
ered dish luncheon. purchased property; on Nelson'sPoint were or
: Mrs. A.E. Bachmann and and will retire here.A chipped: that they be stored until announce the names of the four
Mrs. Ed Dwyer. Awards were shower for Miss Margaret the Circles hold the Fall Rummage daytime Circles. The Morning
for Sale. The motion used the Circle, the Nightingales, and the
given out to the winners Pater, bride-elect of Enrique
low net and low putts for the Muniz from Miami, was tven word, "discarded". Last week's Rebeccas evening circles remain I
month of April. It was decided Thursday evening April 30, by column erred In the eliminationof the same, and elect their own 1I

that due to an Invitation from Mrs. R.N. Sunderland. Twentysix ; this motion.) officers. JITRAINLOADIin
the Starke Ladies Golf Associ- guests were present. Mrs. For the entire year of the
ation that The Christoffer Tour- Sunderland decorated with an Church Women, a program has
nament and Ketch Tournamentnow Umbrella Theme and red roses. been In effect I.e. that the Circle Keystone Heights OES Chapter i .r.w .r ,S
In progress will not be The main table held antique cut. having the largest attend- 279" met on Tuesday, Mal_
14 but ,ance, percentage-wide at the 5. In the Chapter room of Masonic -
I played Thursday, May glass and silver for serving re-
General Meetings would be the Temple. This was a very
will be played the following .
Thursday. freshments.Mrs.. Gene Hacker's mother, special'guests at the May 18 special evening, at which time ; _
the newly appointed Grand Instructor N-c---
The Nominating Committee Mrs. Cecilia Morris of Staten All-Circle luncheon. (This Is In

presented their slate of officers Island, N.Y., Is visiting Mr. and correcting the wording In lastweek's was also was Mother's the honored Day guest.It celebration -., -

for the coming year which was Mrs. Hacker In their Country column). It is requestedthat Following the general
unanimously accepted: : Presi- Club Estates home. all the other Circle mem- business of the Chapter, Wor- i
dent, Fran Chessington; Vice Several Keystone Heights residents bers provide a covered dish for thy Matron Jo Reed, with the a
President, Martha Hayes;Secre- attended the Eighth Annual eight people. The special guestsare assistance of the Five Star RANGEEXCLUSIVE
tary, Grace Hacker, and Trea- Industry Appreciation Banquet "Just that," and do not pro- Points presented a courtesy>>

surer, Virginia Corey.A given by the Clay County Cham- vide food. to Mrs. Shirley Gibson, District
covered-dish supper was held ber of Commerce In Green Cove One other report pertains Grand Instructor of Florida. She
Sunday night, at which time trophies Springs Friday evening, May 8. the publicity of the programsand was escorted by Conductress
occured duringthe
Men's Club Championship and Mrs.Raymond events that TRAIN-LOAD PRICEThe
/ for the They were: Mayor About Betty Sikes through the symbolic -
and Ladles' Club Championship Stamen, Mr. and Mrs. past years. a year the five mile routes (Five Pointsof
Tournaments wer given S.E. McKay, Mr. and Mrs. ago organization circumstances brought out an I Idea Star), at which station she most exciting range sale of the year. We bought a train-load of
out. Winners were: Championship N.W. Hardenburgh, Mr. and Mrs. time for was presented with an emble-
Flight-Women Vonclle Richard Lovorn, Mr. and Mrs. "looking, that perhaps back". The It was records of matic map, starting with a lighted famous Hardwick Gas Ranges at an extra special low price. We're pass-
Ketch runner-up Martha Hayes, Anthony Baker Mr. and Mrs. and white lamp to guide her over
who also won the Ladles Pres- Roy Watkins Mr. and Mrs. the still past being 20 reviewed years were and will be her course which she will follow ing the savings on to you! 1970 Norgas Hardwick model.
ident's trophy. First Flight, Su Charles McGlave, and Mr. and during herYNrofGrandIn-
Dwyer; Second Flight, Virginia Mrs. Charles Rider. The principal condensed In a historical Chair-reportby structor. She was then presented ,
Corey; and Third Flight, Kathy speaker for the eveningwas man Mrs. Francis P. Egan, a gift by Worthy Matron in
Redfearn. Prime Osborne, presidentof which Mrs. Gibson respondedwith
assisted by Miss Gertrude Hou- AUTOMATIC BURNER .
Championship Flight for the the Seaboard Coast Line Rail- words of appreciation and
who will write the preface, .
John Rufflnl runner-up, road. ser and heat for the top
men: ; which Is the history of the Com- that measures regulates
Joe Petrock. FlrstFllgh Jmmy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith munity Church from its founding burner. Often called the "burner with a brain." i'ia
Shackle- Mrs.
Don and
WUdt runner-up recently visited In 1924. I KEYSTONEHEIGHTS; a

On May 26. 1950 and May 2,
1950, a group of fourteen ladles TRI-TEMP BURNERS
I met at the home of Mrs. Bert

: Christoffers and the organization -
of Church Women was founded. EVERKLEEN OVEN

On May 18, 1970 these 14
panels that clean as you cook.
ladles will be honored guests at IIRECTORY
What KIND the luncheon. Many of the churchwomen
a few In the first meet- Lift up/Lift off cook top.

Ins have passed away, and many Smokeless broiler. a
served In key positions in the BEAUTY SHOP I I
? Church Women's Circles. These White, avocado, copper and harvest gold colors.

will be remembered in a Memorial KEYSTONEBEAUTY
service, on the 18th. Be-
did you say? fore closing the Annual Meeting, SHOP
Mrs. John Bird, In behalf of the

membership, presented Mrs.Roy EDITH JOHNSON, Owner
Turknett with a gift of appreciation 'eraonal and Creative Hair Sty"
and love for her untiring Inl' Every Form of Beauty.
Culture:: _-Saa. t-J; cloned
William Seeger who are DuFontetirees ifondajr. Includes "Meals Without Minding"'

Whatever your choice for In Gulfport Cookbook. and TimeTemperatureChart.

Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Menzen, NURSERY
9C former residents of Keystone
Norgas/Hardwlek Gas Range$395.00
r c ( who now reside In Naples visited .", 10" Teflon II Skillet 13.95
; for the weekend with Mrs. D.C. Carries Nursery: 9 qt. Teflon II Dutch Oven 14.99
ienzen's sister and brother- -

i-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Buster Thousand of plants -'- VALUE $ 23.90
a new car. iken on their way to South Fruit Trees-Shade Trees ed-S )-
'arolina. "
Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston Everjrreena
had their mothers, Mrs. Liv- Camellias & Azaleas ALL FOR ONLY

igston Sr. and Mrs. Turners MOST ALL IN CANS

guesU for the Mother's Day PLANT ANY TIME
eekend. Mrs. Livingston, Sr. Beautiful Roses CAST
FINANCE ITHERE now resides at Cathedral Towers 279
Apartments In Jacksonville. COOKWARE WITH PURCHASE
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crozler 659.2165

and daughters Kim and Karen Special train-load package deal. You receive a harvest gold, heavy

1oJ pent Ocala the National weekend Forest.camping Inthe 23! MI. S. S. of Starke on duty 10" Skillet and 5 qt. Dutch Oven packed with range. NET PRICE- NO TRADE-IN
+ Hwy. 100 at
tlanta with her daughter and
jn-In-Iaw Mr,and Mrs.Andrew
umbee to visit her son and s. E. MCKAY REALTOR

Eulle Rushton and her newranddaughter. Appraisal Service

Mr. Rushton The Bert .la LakefreatHomes.
KEYSTONE STATE LANK joined them on Friday and spent Acna,". Rentals PHONE 473-4351

M Mb r rJXLC )..,.... Brtfhla.. ffc.Y the Mrs.weekend.Joyce Stinson is home M.... Melba ASSOCIATES men 479-4740 S Keystone Heights, Florida

.mr rrlndr Buk Ia Y.., Yriea6 r. from the hospital and recuperating Cel.: 1. CbeMlogtM 473-4 7*
after undergoing major sur-
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\, (From Preceding Page' ) \ .. Beulah Savage of New I.*. 471-317) DI: =43D=11. =;;t fb=I \I ?'AT iJ rJt::! -AIIot: iIiCIil !''IIIIf.a-\t', .Y- -- IJ:1jD-_. ---- J ::f =I=::1 -!..q

Ion, Long bland N.Y. Is visit- York. City. visited\& her aunt & &AAAA&A&A& A.A. &_

Ing her sister and husband. Bill Mrs. E. W. Stamen for her CLASSIFIED AD RATES National Sewing JIMMY MOORE'S I TWO FORMALS for sale; size

and Bea Schroeder of Half Moon birthday recently. Greetings, friends. and Machine Co. I Smith Plumbing 11 and 13. blue and 'whits.'
Lake. (Mr. and Mrs Fred Abell neighbor, from :your Rolling- Mmfanpm Charge .... .1.75 SUN SPORTS Worn once. Call 782-397S. Itp

nave returned to their summer Reporter., When I am usually. (Covers 15 word) Largest selections from whichto and
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Norwood place In Wisconsin after spend. writing this column. I had choose. Pfaff. NeccW. Nelco MOORE BOAT FOR I Supply FOR RENT Furnished apartment

I, of Lake Santa Fe have Just returned ing the winter !here. rolled to Gainesville the day Each word over 15-70 New Home. A Universal. YOUR MONEY I ; living room bedroom:

i from an extended three Also returning home after !before to spent tats weekend SOc Extra Charge If not This' Ad Worth. $3.00 On Any Raiford Road kitchen and> dinette !Mrs. D.

months tour stopping enroute at spendng: the winter here were here and there.Since I'm pretty paid In advance Purchase *r Repairs Starke Ph. 964-5791 Phone 964-6023 L. Sllcox. 331 Clans St. tfchg
the Near East, and on to the Mr. and !Mrs. C. A. Rodtbaugh pressed for time :to get
Far East Into Saigon, where they 'Who returned :to Indianapolis ready to leave now. I won't CLASSIFIED DISPLAY >11 W. University .Ave. 378-t 55 Complete Outboard & FOR RENT-Small 2 bedroom

visited with their son, Larry ind. eI| spend any more time on an $1.50 Per: Inch SEWING MACHINE Cleaflex! Stern Drive Service and Contracting.. and Repairs furnished hcuae 746 N. Walnut.
and family. Mra. L. Duncan spent a few elaborate opening.Grandmother Repair. Complete Flber- PlumbingFixtures. at t. Call 964-7444 or 9645070. No
oiled and adjusted In your
Memorials Resolutions pets no children. Itp>>
in Tennessee last week
days Copeland and glass Repair. Water Heaters _
borne $3.00. Vacuum cleaner
and A.P. Hallmanon Proclamations ete7c word
Mr. Mrs. where her father underwent
I spent the weekend visitingRoy Water
their trip to Miami where repairs also. AU work guaranteed. built Fiberglass Fishing Pumps LOST On small Shetland

Mr. Hallman attended the Grand surgery.and Mrs. E. M. Robinson and Teen!. Crenohaw CARDS OF THANKS Dennis E. Cogglna. Phone noot!!. I Pony In area of Griffs: Loop.
Communication of Masons Mrs. Mr. and family, and Alfred and SO words or less .. ......3.00 431-1428._tfchg If found please call
and. Mra. E. W. Stamenspent Corine Hudson and family in 9647955.l'tp
Hallman joined the wives of Ma- Each word over 50-7o '
at Boulware ACREAGE
Gainesville and Otis !Melton. FOR RENT: TV sets baby
sons and toured the Florida Keys. Springs near Gainesville with :his parents Lonnie and Nor- beds. eleo. guitars, amplifiers Need vacant land And mall
On leaving Miami they motored their sister Mrs I. C. !obln- ma Melton and family of refrigerators: day or week. DA- farms in Bradford and surrounding 78 acres on Htway 301 survey

over the Alligator Trail to Fort son. who had a family reunion Hampton.)( My parents James SUPER STICK Vinyl Flastle HMER'3. 9647923. tf-CJUjr.<< counties. Please contact ed. 50 .Acres cleared and
Myers and up the West Coast of 'her children. end Cricket along with grand- Letters all sizes colors. Permanent Ogllvte 765-4158 or Kings-. fenced; 28 acres valuable tim!

stopping and to visit toYankeetown Mrs. Hallman'sniece where Raymond Mcxsley'a art class Parents. Palma and Hubert for use on wood glass, MEN WANTED Laundry MARY ley Lake 533-2711. Frank E. 'ber. Must sell. $500 per acre.

she visited up her brother.CongratulaUons enjoyed a combination: art aes- ChJtty of Starke camped in plastic paper metal leather, workers. Kitchen aids labor League. Bkr. 388- 873. Btehg 7.:! Terms. 964-5243. UPI
stun and picnic at the home our home-made camper on the ANYTHING I -Bradford Coitoty ers, cottage parents watchman -
nit Mr and Mrs. James Nealo Oklamraha River Robert Telegraph ''tt cooks and clerks ground- FOR SALE 68 Yamaha 180 mile cant: of :hospital see this
are extended 'I MMMM CARTER cc cycle excellent condition. ranchette on beautiful land-
Saturday. After the youngstershad MM MM M HMM MM M H M keeper truck driver. Five
of Starke who Just got
to Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Par- '!'OR 1.300.Allen D. Fields: Inquire scraped 2 acre corner lot. Concrete
had their drawing lesson. out of the U. S. Army spent RENT 12 wide :X bedroom day week eight hour day.
due the arrival of a'son'Marshall "
Crosby's Store St. Road 16 W. and brick home. 3 bedrooms -
Gregory on May 2. they enjoyed a picnic lunch. Thursday night with us.' trailer outside city limit*. State retirement vacations,
The paternal grandparents are and a awtm. The students pre- Mrs. Jo Stranilberg had all J. B. White 964-glU. tfchg sick leave.If Interested please PAINTSNEW Up living room dining'

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pardee. sented Mr. Mosley with a gift, of her children: with her for apply In person Personnel HEATH 60 watt. guitar amplifier room large kitchen and bath,
The Ed Bennett's are uncle and la calendar! they had painted. Mothers Day. Dorothy Sam CARPENTRY -and concrete Manager Sunland Training ; revert, :tremolo 2.12"Jensen screened porch, carport. Plenty -
aunt of the new arrival. Mrs. Those attending Included: and Charles Henry Butler of work. Room additions closed center Qilnesvllle. Fla epeaker $125 or trade of storage. Must sell $22.-
Courtney. In carponts.: patio's. New' drive An equal opportunity employer. : ITEMS 500. Terms. 964-5245. Up
Pardee and Mrs. Bennett are :Benny Cox Philip Ormond Beach; Charles Lee for. good flat top guitar. Ralph _
sisters. Janet Elsenacher Harry and ways. Free estimates. Good .
and Gregory of Jacksonville;
Martin 964-5842. Itp
work FOR SALE-19(58( Ford 3-4'ton
Mitchell Jackson Jimmy and reasonable. Call 533-2173 tfahg
of Jacksonville -
Paul Lee and Greg Unpainted '
Preyost after 4:30: p.m. 2lchg 5-14 Furniture TIME wanted. p'.ck-up. Very clean good tires
Bobby Neale. Sherry FULL help Apply -
ami Mrs. S.
Expressions of sympathy are ; Dr. V. For Kale-Nice and clean blue' radio and healer Also Allis
extended to Mrs. Mary Wilcox and Janice Smith. /IMclnUre and son>> Chris of satin laced gown size 9. Per- Wood Graining Kit Waters Enoo Service. HI- Chalmers Tractor and discs!
on the recent passing of her The arts and crafts class at Fitzgerald. Ga. and Rev. Al Southern Marine fect for Prom /wear. worn 'way 301. South. Itp 782-3360. Itp

brother Frank Snead. Faith Presbyterian Church V&ught were her guests.: twice call 964-7337 after 6:30I.m. K-80 Paint *
Remover FOR RENT -12 !Wide 2 bed
will continue through. May. and Mrs. Calvin Ward; Moved To Gainesville
Mr. for information. room trailer outside city FOR SALE-Dayllllles all 'col
Through the kindness friends Classes are held each Thursday Lou Tiny and Jimmy Lovell; New Name'Gainesville oJ'S. named varieties hybrid
limits. J. B. White 964G1J4.ttrn'f
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles King at 1:30: p.m. :Freddie and Mae Watterson BIC PENS. Ball Point Refills. 102 EAST BROWNLEE seedlings, d'ploida and tetra-

Nell is able to visit her hus- Members of the Homemaker and children; an :the! RobertWards MarineLYNN Bradford County Tele-, ptolds. Surplus stock. Very

band who Is confined in the V.A. Club :will sponsor, a bake and daughter. Cheryl. HAMILTON MOB. graph. STREETFOR 1962 PLYMOUTH convertible rea*le. 203 Christian St.

Hospital in Gainesville. He Is sale Saturday. May 16, at 0 and their two grandaughters. Johnson Motors Cobra Boats J300.: Phone 064-6202. Itp Stp 528
doing well considering his in- a.m. at iha post office. all of Starke epent Sunday '
Marine WATSON'SHouse
Jury. Friends please remember DUPLICATE BRIDGE with Pete and Joyce Barton Supplies
Nell in cards and notes as Duplicate Bridge winners last and son. 1030 E. University Ave. THE KEY TO WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn

Charlie has sight and hearing week were: Mrs. Mary Cook The Robert Landers had a Gainesville. of Vacuums SALE-Nice 2-3 bedroom Gracious Living Crosby Lake & Crosby Lake

impairment.We and Miss Iva Hillyer. 1st cookout on Mothers Day honoring !Many brands of new vacuums home living dining, kitchen. Town HouseAPARTMENTS Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes.
Mrs. Pat Fraher and And den. Garage and .trees Summer Cottage Or Year-
regret to report that Mrs. place; their moms and grand $39.00 up. Used machines from
Frank Price has been under the Mrs. Pearl Roberts, 2nd pace; mothers. Visited! by Robert'efolksLucile $10 Expert Repairs all, maket. $12,000 make after 964-7582. Round LiviPJC.
doctor's care for some time and Mrs. C. W. Hardy and !Mrs. and Richard Lamer Parts and Accessories for all tfehg' All Lots Ready To Go-Clear
SEARSHas For Kent ed. Graded
is not progressing as well as she Charles Heptlnstall. 3rd place; ; Nancy and Dickie Ycung- vacuums. Built in .Central vacuum Exceptional! buy in 3 !bedroom & Leveled
would like. There comes a time Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mrs. blood and Rica; Lille and cleaning systems.; 712-N. dwelling 2 baths close in. I Punished Apartment Priced From I1W5.00.!! Finan-

when older folks are ill, that Ray Starnes. 4th place. Port Lanier; Mary Lou, an! Everthing Main Gainesville 876.7110 Terms may be arranged. A. J. cln!? Available, Call. 064-7701."""

there is a deep need for friend- CARNIVAL Jack Lanier; Evelyn. and Ivy Thomas, Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. Buford Mitchell FOR SALE
ship and cheer messages.So, Lillie Area residents. enjoyed en Lanier and children. Ina Jana. STARKEPhone PHOO'OCOPIEIcit: from $99-:50! ) tfchg Pia.... 1967 Rambler Rebel "770" <4<

on behalf of many let me .afternoon of games and food and Ricky and Jack:.e's parents to $625. Take the drudgery out / M4-CSSX MM7M all Saturday( when they attended all of paper work.-Bradford Count -
tell you we are hoping you Jerry and Bill Cunan etc. 46,000 Mlles Extreme
will soon be about again, and :the Melrc&e PTA Spring Carnival of Jacksonville and Chris and 964-6848 TMegranh.] tf I ITETINARY INJECTABLESTeUnu .Clean Call OC4-5822. 2T
we are thinking about So and turkey dinner.
you. Woodle C&man of HolUster. NOW IN STOCK Construction Tozold
many of us are Incapacitated in The' diners 'were entertainedby Marsha Royaler and family of Heaping Slckneiadistemper
Paper. AU colors In
the rainbow
one way or the other. CHEER. the "Seven Singers." a visited: ''Iler paiwvw' I
group of youngsters from Mel- on Dunellon Mothers& Dayl. Lois Nyles EUNICE NURSERY !frrapli.. Bradford County Tel? '!omblotloNDREWS] Hepatitis- Lepto FACTORY HELP NEEDED
rose Elementary who played end her cUter-ln-law Susie Geraniums Begonia Blue berrIes J I \ DRUGS

. their guitars and sang familiar Sanders, ti Gainesville were fruit trees grape vines. FOR RENT: Unfurnished house( 1[ Owen Joist of Florida inc needs dependable able

songs. also guests.. All container grown. 2 ml. In country. Also furnished bodied factory help.. No experience" .
Those in charge would like Mrs. Margaret Rcbbdns :Mrs. north of Lawtey on Hlway 301, Apartments In Starke.! -W. H. WIMBERLY'S Roilrcod t; Salvage work overtime. neremnry.steady
to thank all who worked eo Cricket Chltty and Mrs. Lou turn at sign. Phone 782-3465. Nollman 510 N. Cherry 'tfchg Groceries Fabrics fringe benefits.IF .

hard to make the carnival, a (Miller attended the Alacluua 'tfchg CloUiinff. Sloes Furniture. YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY
success. They would also like County Homemakers Club BUYING FAYE'S FABRICS Fl-st quality Toots. Plenty Bargal'dsl 7434 ATOWEN
to thank all who attended.. Dress Reveue last Wednesday.. 1964 or older dress upholstery .Blandjng Blvd.' Jacksonville
, JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Mr. and Mra. Fred Swearingen any condition. material. Notions, chenille bed- tfohg JOIST
Members of the Melrose Jun- Sunday with Vera's Dollars 2.00 up. Halves: COc. spreads tapestries. Also eec-
ior Woman's Club elected officers mother Mrs. Nora Mathls. 10 Quarters 300. Dimes 12c. Current ends mill enJa. BankAmcrl- Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday.DAHMERS .

for the coming year at Jasper. They were accompanied dates Market Price For rare card and Master Charge Open BARRETT 7-nn A.M Tn S00 P.M.
It older coins. We Buy
their regular meeting last home :by Vera's slater and Monday. 10-7; Tues. through
!Sell or trade coins.
week. Charlie Bulllngtona Sat.. 9-7 Sunday 1-fi. 301
-- husband. Mr. and Mr ; Hwy.
Officers include: Mrs. Car. Thompson of Winter Haven Coins Starke Fit. 9647271. H4 ml. north of Waldo tfchg Water Conditioning -

lyn Chlapplni! president; overnight. REDUCE
who stayed safe and fast with
Mrs. Sandra Kelley 1st vice- Mr. and Mrs. David. Reid CoBese Tablets! & E-Vap "wa- Large Masonry Homeon and Pump Co.
Mrs. Soncee Hanks:! SR-16-A KliiK'ley' Lake
president; and
and OTIS of Jacksonville ter pills" Andrews Drugs.!
2nd vice-president; Mrs. Kathy Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish 5tp 5-28 Swimming Pool 130 Court Street
Warren. Secretary: Associate Extra Large Lot
of Starke spent Sunday with Phone 964-58.12:
Must Sell For llrnlth
Secretary Mrs. Sondra Copeland Mr. and Mra. D. WANTED LISTINGSOn Reasons
their parents
; treasurer Mrs. Jeanette Homes and Acreage. Buyers BILL POWELL BROKER
W. Carpenter.Val STARITEWater
Jacobi.) Hospitality chairman and Blain Redemsky of Waiting. Strout Realty. Re(. 9 t-r.tU, 96t.6810DID DAIRY WHIP

r. Mrs Pat Sapp: Co-chairman Williston visited with Marge Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. YOU KNOW It's easy to Conditioners
:Mrs. Anna Faye Sapp and on Ph. 964-fir.Q9 SUrk-e. Fla. '
Jack Maxfield and boys
an own a Lonccharnp home? and Pumps
Mrs. Jacob!; club reporter The fellows spin: Better E. Call Street
Refreshment Saturday; FILAMENT Strapping Tape built for Florida liv Sales and Rentals 114
Diane Tlnon: -
chairmen. Mrs. Betty the day tiihlng: while Marge Vt" x 60 yards. $2.50 Single ing. Your plans: or ours. Your
and Val enjoyed a round, of lot or ours. Contact Buford
THE FIRST NAME roll. Bradford County Telegraph Repair Department
: IN Cox.: Mrs. Hazel Rutledge. and
golf on the Keystone Course. Mitchell: phone !064-C8S3. P. O.
U 10c CaNE
SMALL CARS Mrs Claudia Bass. The MaJdlelcIa:' are presently Box 238 Starke tfchg 24 Hour Service

living in one cf the Lanier collage

DATSUNGAINESVILLE : *. .hut have bought the
It's Your filler
Fight Henry Mlckle home on Lake- BrownVolkswagen PUMPS Experienced! Waitress' wanted 2h11C

; For yourself for those you view Drive in Keystone and NEW AND USED -Good s lnry. Apply in person

2nd Ave. 2nd St. S. E. love give. now to I ho American will be moving sometime next SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep at Longhorn RL I.\l1l'1\nt.
Cancer Satiety Cancer strikes 301 South
\ tfclie
Gainesville Florida in onrj out of four. American month. train &: Shallow Wen, -
f families.vtft'S How would you like Water Softeners & Filters 20c CONE
CO; bird dogs at one 'tune? Both
- - - Expert Service
Harold and Sherry Ray of(

capitol WayneMboro.ot Ga the world(the bird train dog New A Used 1.0) Plumbing All Makes Rrrvlca' YOUR LOT FOR

field dogs for Elrum Smith of Sale Service Phone 9H1-70A1 NO DOWN PAYMENTAS 2 21c

Wcxtord Pa., owner of 1 MI. North of TIre Man DURRA NCE PUMP LOW'AS $56.00
Smiths'! Sellers. The Rays AND SUPPLY CO. PER MONTH
H" FISH -N STUFF along. with xmall son Doug. GAINESVILLEVICTOR Friday, Saturday only
and a friend. Pat Hsnke were FIIA INSPECTEDHOUSING. : )

relaxing In the other Lanier INSURANCF.! : AT(: 2:11U11I.TIN' :

cottage lost week. While here ELECTRIC TALLY- AT nrniJCED RATES
Iliway 21 North Keystone... Heights they, enjoyed a family get-to- MASTER Add Machines with -- -- -- - ----
wllh DOYI.E F.. CONNER: : : HEAT: ,
1 muck lof Red Light Open !5 a.m.'J p.m. Nether on Mothers day subtraction. SPECIAL. this INSURANCE AGENCY
Harold'H parents; Mr. and Mrn. month only. Sno.'jS.! :> Ideal for I
Raymond Ray. LUMc arid Jack home or light office work. /ehg David & Mary Lou II

FISHING TACKLE Brag and non Chuck of Gainenvllle. Bradford County Tdllraph. tf BLACK II I I II
They 5p-,nd molt of BAIRDMobile I J
time between Wayncs- PHONE. 'J01-7169 A e
their .
6" Plastic Worm 5c and
ea. Marttrwllle.: Pa.. :
boro. 4tp rH' I
: f'l4'ctllc.l flUghtlJued. TI
Minnows -- 100 Canada. for the venous train- Cowl NEW and USED II
$1.50 per Harold nrw. $120. Save $101
Inn 8-10-12
Our ale pilco. $::120. --BrKirordCnunty Wide
ive Worm -- SOc box developed many wlnnrrH. :
per hail Tflt-Kntph. tf Gafneavlik' .
.. Mr. and 'Mri. Jimmy Bell Good George E. LaRue ; 0
Assorted Lures -- 4 for $1.00Your and Mr. and Mri Ed B il'uhury FOR RENT FumlnhDi apart I TROVE. :

and friend! of J&CkHvlll": ment. 4 RcnnonnMy Prlred INSURANCE: AGENCY : :
Choice I 10,000) )() ) tf) Chaste "From spent UK wtkcnd: HI Griffon: fumlthrd."room Couple anti both onlY-No utilities Gntnesvllle! :.178-2788 Auto Flm llnnMMtwiMU I t) : t:1 s

Lodge, and Mr. and Mm. Pete Vein. Call WH r.n:2. Hrr.,lrfd. nuirnntml. and IN '
LIFE ((0 .
These Prices Good Every Day Bennett are peiullutf' two DelNrrrd In HUrfcn Area : A ACCIDENT -c

weeks there. r Mil,." Out NO EXTRA CO,", K.'.to.. n.g h.. .1.-<
Raiford 1 THE
UN \)
UI i N. not: NW nth
If you rim; "''''|10(10.) ,;nnirui MODRKN: MASONKY nOME nln' ...vlll. 211-:T8S

AI.'TIKlItlXKIl(: ; jfo SALKS. .; ANn : In; "." "'|1,1.,. | "Kifrl.l" ',I (.:illlr lien,, Living' lo..mronrlril .... MI'TM WANTED Mmpantile collage I
Kitmlly Itooin nun nvrr 71. atarthig
<- will :i rheiIiii.I | ,.1.l
r t iiili
CIIKYSLKK: ; g KKKVICKHeavy : : : .' | Men,. '::111; rnsU,. iiHitlc. WANT
,. .-,|.t. .lyi' I In- A"f; Many rdra": ( RF.ltvrCJ1: -- Smell, ri> >ii op.pritaalllr -
llelr' niul rrvutar'
514.150 -
err 5f ",.t t)y ';ive i v"'I1'.1 y. at Mtnrkn IlnrdwiuCu.. Inn B.Onll .
Jon Boats $75 nn.'. I'OWIOLL: IIKOKRR( In pry. H h....* d?y. 5 I SI
Duty --- Ht. I'liitim '1M 5511.' tr"-
96144111 MIOHI day "4'1'11. AlrJl .Irave. "..rlltlf'WlOl..tAte .

GLASSFOR FOR RAI.I' <: Omcrrlo, block rrtlrrinrnt. If ,.,...... "<1. I ADS !
12 ft S mi-Vee Heavy Duty .
.. ...
have; a '"" rOtlln. 1 tjnUi. central p. apply" In IITIVMUI" PetsonnelMane5rr
$125 EVERY PURPOSEMirrors CARL BEGGS lirnl Ii nlr nonilltbtiitits'. Ourtvr .HiMilnnil. 'ITnLuh!.Outer. I I II

l lit I'hmin' 1N145.tn1.' \ ItrttgPOiriTi (l.liw".".... rid. I I II Iitelegrapq
Gulf Service An equal uplHirliailty. rmplor- II
Lucky Day Fisherman imrn IARTBT / : IKINH: Trrnlril. towltlinlunil fir.WAr4TED. I II I II
wrnllirr -
Fiberglass,,) $139.95 20o *-ach.
SHEA'SGLASS *. Trlrff fur Wrrtkril f.r. (2 t.i .'''71. fllrrlnprlre. .MI. larger : used. WringcrWad.r. .. I I II

21 Ilitur ijimrilltlfn. lltRitfont Oninty Will >ny orals or like In
Terry Baa Roatt-Fully Equipped Wrrrhrr HrrvlrnFuel '
").1'.1(1..1.. ... U
Draft on .",Ulln.. DAIIMRn'A.' : I IL
From $395 co.IU.4' Oil :
,, M4<<1923. U oilfWDJ. : II
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Price (;'M'JJ WhHr They La tM.K -Ifs / Il.,. ( Ifluli any dry .".*. I I
.n ".w. 'Ieee Ins N. Wards' ruwln. .I'/ inllrn" m.iU. rs, :&111. "tlY: hard
G.Ii.r.lll.II 4M..-I19H P''el811t1W| \ \ or "'$11 tlUJ/, .. TV'_. aterrv... anr- JNEWS
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