Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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bout business man-

; agement was Rep.

Murder Eugene Shaw's advice -

OK's Nuclear to a slim turn-

out of Bradford poul-

Malachl Timmons lM trymen Tuesday

was Indicted by a + night.

Bradford grand Juryof Plant For JaxResponding with wholesale egg prices

first degree mur- k down over 20 cents from their
early 1971 level and firm
der charges Monday --g; pulling Its pullet operation from

afternoon as the to a request from the Jack- Bradford County to more mod-

Spring session of $ sonville Area Chamber of Commerce ern facilities and cheaper pro-
: .- duction at Newberry, South
Circuit Court began J ''d : Yi hr the Starke-Bradford Chamber's Boardof Carolina, local chicken and egg

with Judge George L.Patten Governors last Thursday unanimously growers now face the hardest
;L1 times since poultry became a
presiding. passed a resolution supporting locationof $10 million business here.

Tlmmons' an Inmate at Ral- L Westlnghouse-Tenneco's nuclear manufacturing Some houses are empty; of

ford State Prison Is charged plant In Jacksonville. chickens, depriving farmers of
with the stabbing of Lester i ( : p'' tna ae income needed to meet pay-

LeRoy Riddle, a fellow Inmate. The State Cabinet Is soon to power plant manufacturing facility ments on money borrowed a
Riddle was stabbed to deathon h hn9 rule on environmental factors ; Including In his motion few years'ago, In hopes of
o even bigger profits when the
the morning of March 9 b i resulting from the location of that a copy of the resolutionbe
with a 14-Inch sharp pointed the pioneer facility; to produce mailed to each member of chicken business was booming.
stick carved from a ladle. i Fi n a' ;si' lt floating nuclear power plants. the state cabinet. Most layer farmers still have)
1 : chickens in their houses butaren't
Final choice of Jacksonville
Twenty-one; other cases were Is
The Back River bayou des-
arraigned before Judge Patten n t} i Ir site at Blount Island Is said to making any money since
cribed In the April 16 issue of
wholesale egg prices tumbled
be Imminent and Jackson
and five defendant were sentenced i the
the Florida Times-Union, In an
by Judge 'John Crews ,r,,, a vllle Chamber Is seeking sup- article by Business Editor last year, growers Indicated
following presentenclng: Inves port from area chambers of Tuesday night.
George Wachendorg,as the sacrifice Bradford
Main problem poul-
tigations. commerce.
of marine
of 250 acres
The case of Barley Sander. trymen have that they can do
from five
life breeding ground
originally scheduled to come ". the economic impor- before wouldbe something about, County; Agent
to 15 they
to trail Monday was postponed tance and benefits of this proJect years The Bobby Taylor points out, Is
until May 29.Sanders Is charged ", .;. .-y S w.., .. ;. .- .' to the people of the environmental 250 eliminated acres amount naturally.to about two keeping their houses full. lie

with 'possession, of' a stolen Top 12 stud.ntsf academically, at BHS far the Hampton. Ester. (Camera, and Judy Young. Florida far outweigh" percent of the 10,250 acres In and Shaw urged the 20 poultrymen -
outboard motor. fifth six weeks ore ((IhKn..ling ) aspects, states the the area, Wachendorf stated.irte present to open-communication -
Donald W. Stafford was sentenced McMillan Elaine Sending Connie Cha.t.eiv.;:: Searle, B.th Bradford Chamber's reso as a group, with the
to two at hard for sitting Hjamor lution. The local chamber board S plant Is said to moan a feed companies which supply .
labor by Judge Crews for withholding h ..A. ...._....._..:.0.r. ,. I<'.51.'lIIan.; .......B.cky, ,Jacllson' : ., ., .Ban'll.."'\r'l'!. i :''Trisl.iu.'!' I1r..f:Elva:'! Chapman.-. ...,,. D.ba h _-..Dyalj. '.' and" MeryeP.orsollh" ,,,,,, .,. .. .., h..... ._.-"noted proposed plant will $250-mllllon Increase In Jacksonville's feed and chickens. II.: ,
child supportf Stafford :, t .. ;1" employ 12,000 persons and result tax base which would Poultryment currently com

was placed: on four year's pro- ',. ,_,,' .' '/IX ..... ., ., I' In regional economic development contribute nearly $4-mllllon plain they can't get a contract
bation in November of 1971 after In an area where a annually to meet school and with a feed company for more
pleading guilty; to the charge.. serious Income gap exists when other governmental needs. The than one batch of birds. They
As part of his probation he 14 Earn Siraight AV At BHS compared to national aver- plant would employ some 12.000 say they have no guarantee
was ordered to pay $22 a week ages." persons at an average salaryof that If improvements:request
chUd support for. his minor $10,000 per year, with an ed by some feed companiesare
Only opposition to the plant, annual payroll of more than
daughter who lives In Lawtey. made, the firms will then

Since November lie has failed Fourteen of Bradford High's bulary composition, and guidance business aide. She is the daughter of .Starke. Her courses are the Bradford from Chamber conservationists noted $100-mlllion.Myers told theStarkechamber stick with them until the ,Investment -
to make a single payment. students earned aide. E Tris- chemistry, phy- Is paid out.
1.150 straightA's of Mr. and Mrs. R. world history, opposing the necessity for that Jackson-
Stafford said that he "Justhadn't for the fifth six week grading Junior Connie Chasteen Is ler of Hampton. sics, vocabulary composition, filling of a marshy area ;knownas ville Is governors urging satellite Indus- Taylor says that as long as

done It" but promised period which': ended recent- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ester Romero daughter of PE( and humanities. the Back River Bayou."I trls, expected to move Into houses the have chickens In them
ly. growers are getting some
to do If he released.
was Jim Chasteen of Ralford. Her Mr. and Mrs Eplfanlo Romero Other Juniors making straight think there Is no doubt the area due to the nuclear return on their Investment,even
Rodney Gene Sharp'' had an This Is the\ second largest subjects are American His- A's were: manufacturing plant, to locateIn
many of our minds that we If It Is not as much as they
18 month sentence: .suspendedby number to earn all A's this 21 tory, American Lit,economics, nt'; '!'! Debra ) daughter of Mr. will be affected by this thing surrounding areas. like or need. "It's better to
Judge Crews and was placedon : year. The third six-weeks, and plane geometry rS.r.1. --( Dal Floating nuclear: plants
students earned honor. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown If It comes, said Chamber power. lose a little and keep the houses -
probation for four years. the Freshman Beth Chapman lathe of Lawtey. Her subjects are Executive John Myers, asking full than to have them empty;
after pleading guilty; to resisting Four students have now made daughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. bookkeeping, shorthand, American for discussion on the Jax Cham and not be able to meet pay
an officer with violence. straight A's all five grading W, Chapman of Ralford. Her v history, American. Lit, ber's request."It (S.. Page 8)) ments." Taylor pointed out.
Judge Crews said that when
periods. They are: subjects are algebra n, physi- economics, and record keep- Apathy of the poultrymen is
he left Gainesville he had full
Intentions of sentencing Sharp Senior Judy Young, who has cal science, FE, English, teachers ing. growth will In Florida take to Industrial take care Indicated, however, In the fact
been a consistent straight A aide, home economics, Elaine Sherman daughter of that the association: now has
to 18 months at hard labor load
of the tax being Imposed
but a report by' the parole officer student for the past two years. and Latin 1.Freshman. wm Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman upon us," said Pat Everett, RaifordSignal Just 30 members, 52.less than
changed his mind."I She Is the granddaughter of Jan Searle Is the A of Lawtey. Her courses are head of the Florida Gas Trans- the 82-member organization of
take a very dim view of Mrs. R. A. Nettles and lives daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. American history teachers mission's Brooker plant 1971.Shaw
any one resisting an officer who in Starke. Her subjects are E, Searle of Ralford. Her subjects aide, Spanish n, American Lit, and Taylor addressed
Is Just 'trying to do his Job," typing; trig, Spanish n, voca- are home economics,.Latin physical science, and econo- "Any Industry will have some Just 20 of those 30 Tuesday
Crews said. "The police officer \ I, algebra n, physical mics., affect on the environment. The night.
Is the only one who stands science, and English. Sophomores were: Importance of the Job and benefits "- AskedIn "I'm known for telling It likeit
between the people and anar- Arrest Made Other senior making straightA's ? a HJalmal McMillan for the far outweUrh Elzle the hazards sunder, Is," Shaw told the poultrymen. -
said Attorney
chy. were: fourth time this year. She Is "Some people don't like
sharp was arrested on an Becky\ Jackson for the fourth the daughter of M. G. McMil "V anybody would visit It their monthly meeting May that, but at least I don't leave
affidavit signed by Deputy; Glen In OutboardMotor time this year.She Is the daugh- lan of Starke. Her subjects (the Back Bayou area) and see 2, the Union County; Commis- without them knowing how I

ter of Mr. and Mrs.W.T.Jack- are teachers aide PE, world what they're talking about sion responded to requests feel."
(See Pag. 12)) TIeft son of Starke and takes VOE, history physical science Algebra they'd approve the plant," said made by residents of Raiford Migrant laborers, the retiring -

teacher's aide, bookeeptng u, and vocabulary com- Charles Sawyer,*owner of Slade by agreeing to ask the Department legislator stated, to some
and humanities at BUS position. Gas In Starke and Jacksonville. of Transportation to Install extent have a stronger.Voice r
Richard KIrkland for the Danny BrownBrown Mary Pearsall for the third a "stop-and-go" traffic In the Florida Legislature than
Eddie Lee Stone of Gainesville time. She Is the daughter of At this point Attorney George signal at the Intersection of
Qrll t m 1o1 st cnrirr was arraigned before fourth time this year. He Is Mrs. Juanita Pearsall of Hamp-. Pierce moved adoption of a resolution SR-12I and SR-225 In Ralford. fanners. .
J "It's fault You
Bradford County; Judge Theron the son of Mr. and Mrs T. approving the nuclear: your too. .
Yawn Monday on charges of Kirkland of Starke. Heads (S.. Page 12)) The Intersection Is consid- can say It Isn't, but It Is."

breaking and entering and grand Bonnie Trisler earned the ered the most hazardous one Shaw stated.
larceny and Is presently In the honors for the second time New In Raiford, which was incor-
Bradford County; Jail under this year with A's in vocational Jaycee porated Into a town recently.At (See Page 12))
i $10,000 bond. secretarial, economics: and (the commission meeting,
Officer Slate Rev. Raymond Ban pastor of
Y A former resident of Starke, Mystery Merchants'Contest the First Christian Church! ,announced -
Stone was arrested by Lt. Har- that a walk-a-thon for
old Crews of the Starke Police RadarNets Danny Brown 24yearold the March of Dimes will be 2.32 Inches
Department 3:30: Saturday Lawtey Starke photographer, has Starts TodayThat's held In Lake Butler on May
morning In the Community; Bank been elected president of the 13. The board agreed to sup- OfRamFaUs
LOVEMusical ; Speeders Starke Jaycees for 1972-73. port the event as much as possible
palie was
later charged with succeeding: : Attorney Elzle San; the question hundreds The first three persons presenting Here In WeekAn
breaking and entering Jimmy ders. the right silhouette to a
By of people will be asking In the monthly meeting the
A radar unit Into actionin
Moore's Sun Sport Center.with put merchants will receive a gift
Also elected .each Thursday, starting today board also discussed the recent -
in tne new slate
First Baptist Lawtey May 3 has netted
Intent to commit grand larcenyand when The Telegraph hits the certificate in varying amounts, reapportionment of the average of 2,32 Inchesof
,Youth ChairThursday with grand larceny. 22 speeders, according to Marshall of officers last Tuesday night street and readers start Identifying subject: to the discretion of the legislature, which In the case rain fell on Bradford County
A 25 HP motor belonging to M.M. Jordan resulting were Dale Brown, external the silhouettes of business Individual merchants.: of the House plan, resulted In ; with a hard rain Monday
Moore's shop was found beside in two citations and 20 warn vice-president,; Robert Fos- Employees of participating
And people that appear In the splitting Union Count. Commissioners night boosting last weeks ave
Stone's black Cadillac.The hIt ter, Internal vice-president. middle of the Mystery Mer- stores are not eligible to participate decided to wait until rage almost to the 50 year
will be enforced
Friday Night sport center was found broken strictly : Randy Jones, secretary; Jim chants page.It In their own store, but appeals against the plan monthly average for May of
the marshall
May 11 12 a Into window with entry on the gamed south through side of SR-225 which says he terms, the Lawson, ."\Jackson Mike Is a new contest being offered may play the guessing game In have been settled before tackling 2.72 Inches.
the building. "worst problem" In the town. Reddish, Men and to readers of The Telegraph other stores. any problems which maya Santa Fe Tower recorded: 2.65 ;
John Bradley, directors. by the The contest begins each Inches: over the week to be
8P.M.First According to Lt. Crews, he The new radar unit Is like participating merchants -
was on patrol when he "heard the one recently purchased by President Brown served as and will. continue for Thursday at 1 mm. You mustro U.r the plan the northern the wettest spot In the countyuUowed : ;
Baptist a fuss going on behind the the City of Starke. A radar secretary of the Jaycees In eteht-week,. to the Individual stores In per- part of the county: ; will be by the New River tow-
Bradford Barber Shop." When beam emitted from a device 1971 its inaugural year, and The guessing game starts today son. No phone calls, please. in a House district along with er which measured 2.6 Inches.
ChurchHammunttg he went around behind the buildIng resembling a fog horn bounces chaired several committees.He with four' "Mystery Mer The identifying plcutre: of(he Baker, Nassau and the western Louis Hill tower at Lawtey
t Crews reported seeing the off the vehicle jinder surveillance. also received: the SPOKE and chants" presented in silhouette merchant and 'a personalitysketch ; part of Duval cotmty.; The southern had a total of .n Inches.
A In the form. Here of each will appear In section: would be in a district All three towers got most of
beside the : meter patrol Is the the contest
cm :--.., motor lying car. Speak-Up Awards. Brown, 24 way -
The Telegraph the of Alachua and portions of
following their rain Monday night with
Stone found 175 car registered the speed In. works.
was standing is a graduate: of Louisiana State
miles hour and there U Thursday. Putman and Marlon County. New River getting! two inches,
feet from the per
lhe (Q! scene University; with a degree In Clip
Silhouettes from Clerk Robert
your Louis Hill 1.1. and Santa Fe
This Is the first arrest for even a buzzer to Indicate whena Journalism. Be sure to check the
Bank paper and take to the merchantsyou Driggers said the south part J.5 inches .
state larceny of an outboard motorin vehicle Is exceeding a set silhouettes each week and be y. .
recent weeks following a speed. The new officers and directors think they match,along with one of the.luck} winners In the of the county; consists of most There were three fires last '
his ad on the Mystery Merchants of county: ; districts 3 and 4 and week burning a total of 10 a-
.N.- -"u. rash of thefts. It was also the Jordan says Lawtey will soon take office June L They : Mystery Merchant: Contest
A.wT UMOS first theft from a place of get a new OldsmobUe police will attend he Jaycee State page. that about 25 per cent of the cres. There have been 42 fires
.......atwfs, C.. business rather than an Indi car which the city: ; will lass.. Convention this Saturday and county's; population reside burning 287 acres so far this)
.,. vidual's house. Instead of purchase.: Sunday St. Petersburg there year.

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Miss Wilson Weds r I T- -i Altar Society

Ht I William// BarrettIn I Meets 'A t Home f

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Home Ceremony fr- I Meng

Miss Velma Jane Wilson, Members of St. Edward's Altar "
daughter of Mrs Janie Wilson '' r Society; met May 3 In the *F'j
home of Mrs Francis Meng. '
and Henry Wilson of Gainesville -
and William Barrett, son Mrs Peggy Shaller Altar
of Mr.? and Mrs. Richard Bar Chairman, announced that Mrs
r Michael Gllhooly and Mn.. Bob
rett of Lawtey, were united In :
marriage on Fjjclay, April 28, Blakewood have volunteered for '
at 7:30: p.m. at the home of MJ I care during May. :r _
the groom's parents la Law- Mrs. Rudy Chism reported on
visits and prayers for con-
toy. Rev. Clarence Tyler of ,
Jacksonville performed the fir; i'1. I I.a I. valescents and other Church 1
ceremony. Communities activities.

The -couple stood before an Mrs! Gladys Weldon announced ,M /
Improvised altar that was that she planned to deliver y a
flanked by two pedestal baskets comfort bags donated by I
l .
of white and blue chry- rrn members to the Lake City; I. u i e//" .
r santhemums and gladioli, and Veterans Hospital on May 4 I
potted greenery. ? ,with Mrs. Peter Pfleshinger
George Seeley served as best ,and Mrs. Francis Meng to accompany .
man. Normon-Cox k her.
Mrs. George Seeley was ma- Mrs William Glover repor- ___
i tron of honor, wearing a short Green-VVf/son/ Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Nor ted on success of picnics and
; ; white and blue polyester dress. man announce the engagement activities held for religion stu- New Officers InstalledBy
Her flowers were two white long Mrs. Lillian Thomas announces and approaching marriage of dents and their guests.
/- rI stem carnations with white the engagement of her their daughter Sheila, to Steve Mrs. Michael Gllhooly reported Beta Sigma PhiNew

streamers. daughter, Barbara Ann, to Joe Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. on Bingo games being
The bride wore a floor length Cox. conducted at St. Edward's Par-
and Ray
Wilson of Mr. Mrs.
baby blue gown with white lace Carl 1 Wilson son all of Starke. Miss Norman Is a senior at ish Hall each Saturday at 8 officers of Beta Sigma Installed at this time were(pictured -
bodice long sheer puffed Mr. Wilson Is employed by BHS. Mr. Cox Is a 1970 gra- P.m.Plans Phi sorority; were Installed at from left to right): M"
I sleeves with white lace cuffs Florida Pest Control as store duate of BHS and Is now em. were made for a break the regular meeting Monday Harold Davis, president; Mrs.C. .
that extended to the 'wrists. manager. ployed at Dupont. fast honoring First Holy Communicants -, night at the home of Mrs. C. W. Slade, vice'president. ;
The floor length shear train Wedding! plans will be announced The wedding will take place on May 14 with Mrs W. Slade, with Mrs. Gene Cox I
was attached to the bodice In'' later.Bridal May 25, at 8 p.m. In Smyrna Joseph Cissy as chairman. as co-hostess. Mrs.( Charles Flynn, .record--
back, and her matching lace' Baptist Church, Starke. Members were arced to participate Mrs. Philip Clark, out-going ing secretary;Mrs.Wayne Don-
Catherine Green Becomes Bride ribbon cap had long lace All friends and relatives are In the Mary a Day Celebration chapter president, conductedthe ahoo, corresponding secretary;
streamers. She carried a nosegay ShowersFor Invited to attend. scheduled the same day candlelight ceremony. with and j JMrs. Wayne Wynn, trea
Of'Mr.' of white and blue pompoms at 4 p.m. In the Church. other officers assisting. Whose surer
Taylor In Morgan Chapel with white streamers.The Mrs. Morgan, A breakfast honoring Parish

.:;: bride's table was covered f fecent BrideMrs. Darhy-Redding High School Graduates Is Little Women Install Officers's For New Year I
Miss CatberinjWynellGreen, Standing In the receiving line with a white lace cloth planned for June 4 with Mrs. :
niece of Mr. and Mrs. LoydJ. were the bride and groom, the and centered with a three-tiered Greg Morgan, the former Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Dar- Jimmy Moore as chairman. Installedas Misses Melissa Rutledge and
of Starke the engagement Debbie Spengler was
announce -
Bryan Sr., and Larry Ran- bride's uncle and aunt, the wedding cake decorated In white Beverly Strunk, a recent ley of their daughter, Mrs. Henry Stefanelll conduc- president for the coming Faye Ann Farabee were intro-
dall Taylor, son of.Mrs. Jes- groom's mother, and the at- and blue and topped with a bride honored at bridal ted the Installation of officers, duced as new members.
was a Women'sClub '
: Little
Carol Ann, to Jerry Edward: at the
tendants. Sharen Brewer kept, bride and groom. Cutting the and Mrs. Glover year reminded to
slo Taylor and the late E. C. shower Wednesday night of last took over the Members were
Taylor, were united in mar- the bride's book. cake was Miss Tracy Wilson, week given by Misses Janine Redding, son of Mr. and Mrs.L.A. office of treasurer. All other meeting Monday night at be at the club house pn Satur-
6 The bride's table was cov- 'assisted by Mrs. Buster Redding Sr. of Lawtey. officers the club house. 20 at 11 .'IT1. to assist -
ridge Saturday, May at 8 Gay and Becky Jackson at the An August wedding Is planned. repeat one more year. day, May ,
p.m. In tho Morgan Road Chapel ered with a white satin cloth Hughes. Miss Barbara McMur- home of the latter on W. Madi- Mrs. John Rowand Miss Barbara Mrs. Charles Darby Installedthe at the May Breakfast sponsored -
Rev Bob Cooper per- with lace edging and was centered trio kept the bride's book. Street. Shea from Gainesvillewere following officers to serve by the Starke Woman's
formed the nuptials. with a three-tiered wed- After a short wedding trip The refreshment table Mrs. Philip Vellenga, Mrs. guests at the close of the with Miss Spengler: Jennifer Club.
cake decorated In rain- to South Florida the couol/ was H.H. Hamilton, and Miss Haas, vice-president; Gayle
Decorating the altar were ding covered with a lace cloth and meeting. Mrs. Row, who Is a Refreshments were served by
two baskets of rainbow colored bow colors and flanked by pink, Is residing In Hampton.Mr. centered with an arrangementof Madge MIddleton attended the licensed graphoanalyst, explained Hatcher, recording secretary and; ,Misses Becky Jackson, Kay
spring flowers and branched blue and lavender candles In Barrett Is employed by lavender and white Alpha Delta Kappa sorority; some of the fundamentals Vicki Turner, treasurer; Turner. and Barbara Schmitt.
holders. Lucille Carter Container Corporation. pom- state convention in Fort Lauderdale Connie Chasteen, corresponding -
candelabra entwined with fern. poms, carnations and statlce. of handwlrllng analysis. This was the last meeting
Mrs. Sara, Cooper, pianist, and Gladys Kellogg cut the cake. Miss Joan Illnson presided at Friday to Sunday. secretary. until fall.CARPS .
provided a'rogram of nuptial The punch table was covered Mrs. Alivandi the punch bowl. Games and
music. with a white satin and lace refreshments were enjoyed
Larry Williams 'served as cloth, and was centered witha Honored At t St during the party hours.
best man, )nd the ushers were crystal punch bowl' with a The hostesses presented the
Michael Bryan, Pat-Taylor and rainbow colored float. Presid- Stork ShowerMrs. honoree with an electric mixeras
Donald Jackson ing at the punch bowl were a memento of the occasion.
Miss Sharlen :Ellington at- Marion Bryan and Karen Luke. Abdoul Alivandi was
tended as 'maid of honor. She Assisting In serving were Linda honored at a stork shower Fri-
wore a floor length gown of Barley and Mrs. Leon Ellington. day night May 5, given by Miss Members of the Methodist
mint green;Chantllly: lace over Jamie McMurtrie at her homeon Choir honored Mrs.Greg Morgan

mint green; atin, with square After a short wedding tripto N, Church Street. ta bridal shower last a "L. -'.. ...SALE DAIiSrT11URS'FRL'SALfuSUN.: .'(HON.!' (
neckline and, bishop sleeves. Clermont and South Floridathe Games with prizes were en- Thursday night at the homeof '
Her headpiece was star- couple Is residing at Rt. 1, Joyed by the 15 guests betweenthe Mrs. Drew Reddish. F : ,AST.MI : j
shaped Chantllly lace over sa- Box 36C, Starke. hours 7 and 9:30: p.m The Spring flowers were used In UTEM.O'r.T, .HER'S', JovD'A'
graduate IDEAS
tin, and sha'earried: mint green The bride Is a of refreshment table was covered the party; rooms for the occasion I'f'. I"!
carnations with matching bow. BITS and also a student of cos- with a stork tablecloth and centered and the same flowers
Bridesmaids weN Cindy Bryan metology at the Vocational Center with a stork. Matching centered the refreshment ta- ( tA\\
who wore blue,* Rose Marie In Starke. napkins and plates were used. ble.Those
Lathom, who wore lavender, Mr. Taylor attended BUS and The hostess presented the attending Included ..
and Brenda Taylor, who wore Is employed by the South Geor- honoree with a corsage and vaporizer members of the choir, husbands -
rose pink. Their gowns were gia Grocery Co. as a memento of the and wives.Stores. w LATEST & GREATEST

similar to that of the maid of occasion. IN SUMMER STYLES May, DRESS
honor, and they wore match- p
Ing headpieces and>arrled tinted SHIFTS 8CULOTTES
carnations to match their
dresses. t Festival _
Christine:Barley and Pamela \

Brewer were fhJvfer girls.They CARPS n- _
wore yellow Chantllly lace $
gowns over-satin. ,
John Bryan. served as ring o,

bearer.Given In.:"marriage by her 399W899

uncle, the bride wore a floor Special 3-Day SaleSALE
length white sequlned Chantllly pn p
lace over satin gown with fitted 0 a CottonDicron ,

bodice, sgUareneckline( and bishop r : Polyester end acetate The sinter tree with matching
sleeve;"It gathered at the A eJ e, = ;: Bltnd. Choow from bikini,tilt romp.r with hot pints
waist and fell In a full ruffled hBurson&Snapfront,
a the
layind drew. Solids &
skirt with white velvet bowsat DAYS: THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN., MON. no r a Zip front Sloes 10ill. prints of polytsttr cotton 81
the waist and sleeves. Her 31-44. whip crtim.Sun .
white Illusion veil was decor- i J 1
ated with lace and sequins and FAMOUS "ARLENE ORIGINALS"DRESS c r o / ;' l Jr.P ttt! ,Misty ftHilftilM. '
attached to the headpiece. She n a : I l' .
carried a cascade bouquet of
white pompoms and carnations SHOES 'o I'I
o s 1
centered with a.detachable go- I i
Ing-away ',.coislge? of yellow r ,
pompoms. p Ill I
A reception was held In the wePerfect
chapel, where Sharen Brewer WOMENS NON-RUN RAYON s''.'

greeted guests at the door. I ULTRA-SOFT I SHEER NYLON


New Officers HOUSE HIGH COLORS forSummer

ChapterMrs. $1 66 .

R.A: 'Green: Mrs. H. [ L32e

L. Speer, and Mrs. G. J. Mc-
Gruff Sr. were hostesses at the i ,
luncheon meeting of the W.T. d .
Beautiful Lace
Em .
Weeks chapter. UDC, at the I II broidered, and Appli--
Holiday Inn on Wednesday, of t qu Trims. t
last week. ? "
The long tables were covered 88 / ,
with gold cloths and centered THESE SHOES WERE MADETO

with Vlctorjlai) arrangements
$8.99 TO
of red add pink roses. Nu.toncottons. ,'/ ',"

Mrs. George Robert Sr. $10.99SAVE NOW DURING Nylons Kttatvslprm
presided at the business meetIng ,prof. -
/ ;
patldetnAlon GV
when committee reports )
were given. .Mrs. C.A. Knight llwM dolls*S Baby MLI
urged the members to lend their V '' I welt gown rasa 'j
support to the Historical Society
In their collecting of Items :syi
for; the museum.\ BUY ONE PAIR FOR $8.99 $ i .00 ,
Mrs. Roberts gave a short 1
report on the. Memorial Day /i Fabulous selection of
services honoring the Confederate perma.pressdusters PANTY HOSE SUMMER 'BAGS
deadat; Crosby Lake
Cemetery. ;:J 4 : *
The nominating committee Variety of styles In two Comfortable Heel Heights, (In I l large $400 37 t327

presented Jollowlng slate of Selection of Colors Black Black w/Platinum and
Navy, w/Beige
officers; Mrsv:;Lester Crews, WALTZ LENGTH GOWNS AND 2PC. Iran Mtwm m i ttamfe urn MM wHk. krahM MnylluMI. .
president; Mrs{ Guy Sale, first Platinum w/Tan. Sizes b% 9. seas frwn MHn M tt, SMMMlm. sorely a itiMtm kM an hiMM. *j wnkr. ,....<. Cf.. '
vice-president;; Mrs. W. B. BABY DOOL PAJAMAS aa.l.orxr.a| frtmi M-f.Ml Mla. llM Mw.ee+a.a MM re,a an In -rwt IwMtwNN itauMv I ate wino,well- I,

Mundy, secretary; Mrs. H.L.
Speer, treaeureriandMrs.; John

Barrett The June, historian.meeting will be held QDALITY.COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW DISCOUNT PRICES _
at the Klngsley Lake home of W.MCMTONHO OPENOAN.Y AM.k>9PM.-SUN tOONk>er>U.
Mn. W.B. Mundy. W. MORTON RD.-OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.-SUN NOON to 6 P.M. '

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Given Stork Shower

For Miss Prevatt, Given For laldwin Chevrolet-Olds

Br ideelectMill Mrs. Dampier

Debra Prevatt whose r Mrs William E.Dampier. .
marriage to Gregory Alvarez honored at a stork shower Tuesday -
will be an event of June 3, night May 2, given by Mrs.T. !
was honored at two parties A. Yawn Jr., Mrs.. Richard
over the weekend. Andrews Mrs. Glenn Moore Pill t10
On Saturday Mrs. Charles Mrs. William E.Flnucan, Mrs.
Darby and Mrs. Randy Johns Cary Nasworth and Mrs.James
cave a luncheon for Miss P,,*, Phillips at the home of the
vatt at' the Johns home on E. latter on Colley Road. '
Bessent Road. The table centeredby
gin was
The three dining tables won a parasol with pink and
covered with embroidered s; s 1 : blue streamers. An arrange- DEPENDS UPON ALL OF US WORKING
cloths and centered with arrangements ment of spring flowers cen-
of sweetpeas In bud tered the refreshment table.
vases. Games were played and prizes -
The 14 guests Included Mrs. awarded to Mrs.A.B.Whitehead TOGETHER FOR ALL OF YOU.
J. T. Prevatt, Jr., mother of Jr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw.
the honoree, Mrs. Harold Alvarez '''';:'' The hostesses presented the
mother of the groom- '" honoree with a high chair asa
elect Mrs. Irene flicks of memento of the occasion.
,' "
Gainesville! aunt of the bride [ "" Approximately 30 guests were "and that's what we to do.
and Mrs. Richard Hobbs of ( 4 .,JMr. invited to call between the hours try
Gainesville.The 7:30 and 9 p.m.

honoree hostesses with a presented rose corsage the And Mrs. Griffis HonoredOn REDDISH REUNIONSET

and ento of a silver the occasion.bowl as a mem- 50th Wedding Anniversary MAY 28 -
We Have A
The annual Reddish Family Complete
Mr. and Mrs. Joe GrIMe Another daughter Mrs. George Reunion will be held the fourth BODY SHOPTo
Sr. celebrated their 50th Wed- Cruthlrds, of Loveland, Colo., Sunday this month. May 28.
Sunday afternoon was not present. at Primitive Baptist Church.
Miss Prevatt was honoredat ding Anniversary on -
a tea given by Misses Carol April 30. from 2:30 to Miss Lana Jo Griffis accepted Take Care Of Those Small Dents Or Rebuild A Total
Hardy and Gayle Hatcher at 5 o'clock, with a reception give- the gifts and Mrs. Delores ,
the home of the latter on E. en by their children In the Keith and Mrs. Doyce GrlfOs DUPLICATE BRIDGE
I Wreck .
Call Street on Sunday after educational building of Grace presided! over the gift table. WINNERSMr. S
noon. Baptist Church. Mrs Carolyn CriMe Mrs. and Mrs. John Muses
Miss Hardy greeted guestsat Magnolia leaves and other Leon Odom and Mrs. Benton line were the winning coupleat
the door and Miss Hatcher greenery were used In decor- Futv.li: served cake, while Mrs. Duplicate Bridge Tuesday
presented them to the receivIng ating the recreation rooms.The Joe Faulk and Mrs. LeonardM. night where there were five
line composed of Miss Pre- refreshment tables and gift tables Noegel poured punch. Mrs. tables In play. Mrs. Edward
vatt; her mother Mrs. J. T. were covered with lace O. E. Crosby and Mrs. James Burns and T.A. Sundem were
cloths over gold linen. Craft served as floor hostess second and Jeff Wrenshall and
Prevatt Jr. and Mrs. Harold
We Have A
Alvarez, mother of the groom- The 50 Anniversary wedding es. Lee Overstreet were third. Complete
elect. cake was flanked by brass can- Mr. and Mrs.Griffls received
Miss Cindy and Debbie Mitchell delabra holding burning yellow many lovely gifts including a Elementary PTAThe BBB HSBHB HBB BBBBHHHBBBBBS
invited guests to the refreshment tapers and arrangements of television set from their chil
table,which was cov- yellow mums. The punch table, dren. Starke Elementary PTA With Nightly Parts Delivery From Chevrolet Warehouse In Jacksonville ||
ered with an embroidered linen held a crystal bowl surrounded Among the ISO guests who
and lace cloth centered with by fern and mums;also compotes will meet Monday May 15 at To Us
called during afternoon were 7:30: p.m. In the cafeteria. A For A Speedier Parts Delivery To You. .
an arrangement of Shasta daisies of nuts and mints. the following from out of town: The
and baby's breath In a Miss Wanda Griffis kept the Mr. Griffls' sister Mrs.Emma nursery will will De provided. the
fifth present
crystal bowl. This was flanked guest book. Boree of Jacksonville, and Mr.
by burning yellow tapers in Mrs. Robert Ward,Jr.greeted and Mrs. Harold Boree also program. "
silver candelabra. Presiding at guests at the door and presented -
of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs.
the punch bowl were Miss Don them to the receivingline Wayne Sanders of Ocean City Flower Show
na Prevatt sister of the honoree which was composed of Md.: Miss Judy Gllllard. Port
and Mrs. Ken Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Crlffls and their Salerno Fla; and Danny Weldon Opens Today'At
Arrangements! of variegated children, Joe Griffls Jr. of and John Nichols both of We Have A
daylllies were used throughout Jacksonville: Mrs.William Gil- Gainesville. Raiford CompleteWith SERVICE DEPT.

the home. hard Port :Stalerno, Fla.; Mrs. _
Misses Colleen Nichols and Glenn Scott Orlando;Mrs.Jack The 12th annual Flower Show ,
Karen Reddish poured punchin Fla. and
Ketter Hollywood ; Inmates of the

,the covered patio from with a a white round linen table Mrs. Earl, Dockery of Starke.- presented Florida(Thursday State by Prison) and will opens continue today Five Full Time Mechanics And Three Mechanic Helpers. Each

encircled and lace the cloth.punch Feather bowl fern anda Dean's Jacque list Gasklns at St.made Johns the River Community through Club Saturday building In the a- With His Own Service Rack To Serve You Faster And More Efficiently"I

single yellow burning taperIn Junior College. cross from the main prison en I
a sliver candle holder was

also on the table. Mrs. J.G. Jackson Mrs. trance.Show hours are: Thurs., May
Inviting guests to the Florida Elizabeth Stalnaker and daughter 11, 12 noon to 9 p.m.; Fri., May
room and patio were Mrs. -and Cynthia Ann 9 Sat.,
Pam 12, 9 a.m. to p.m.;
Charles (Hardy and Mrs. H. M. Jackson visited Mr. and Mrs. May 13, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. .
Hatcher Jr., mothers of the Dun Ray flltey In, Hollywood The public Is Invited to attend ',)1'1 r
hostesses. Assisting in serving Thursday..to Sunday. the show which is the out-

Mrs.were L. F.Mrs.DinMns Charles, Mrs.Darby"Will: 'Mr.. and Mrs.' Rick" Stanley S r I culture standing Division project of of the the Educa-Horti- u We Have A Complete

Ham George and Mrs.Don Neel. and son of Fort Lauder- tional Department under direction SALES 0 E PT.With
One hundred guests were Invited dale were weekend guests of of M. B. Jordan. .
to call from 2:30: until Mr. and Mrs. John Mussollne.
4:30. $500 Goes

ion As a the memento hostesses of the presented occas- Mrs. Mildred St. John of To Heart Fund Mrs. Mattie Gresham, en- Trained And Experienced Salesman To Help You In SelectingYour
Palmetto and Mrs. Alice Gills 9oute to Gladewater Texas
Miss Prevatt with a corsage and visited Mr. New Chevrolet Or Oldsmobile
of St. Augustine were last stopped over .
and the cream and sugar bowlsto Tuesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tonny ffyer deft), Beta and Mrs. M.D. Byrd and family
her chosen china. Mrs. Richard St. John and Sigma Phi n %rt Fund Dance in McLain, Miss for a few days.
family. Chairman, and Mrs. Lenwood Mrs. Gresham and Mrs. Byrd I
Cub Pock 513 Kitchens Sorority Service were childhood friends and had
Committee Chairman are not each other for 53
Is a seen
Charles Padgett
Mrs. !
Stages CircusCub shown presenting a check for From Mississippi she
medical patient in Alachua" Gen- $500 to Fred Botcher, area years.continued by bus to Texas
We Maintain
A Of
Scout Pack 513 met eral Hos ltal. representative of the Northeast where she visited her,95yearold SO large Inventory
Thursday night; May 4, at the Florida Heart Association, local father, J.S. Beck, and family -
and Mrs. J.B. Godwinof
Southslde cafeteria. Monthly a- branch of the American and other relatives and N'
wards were presented and the Arcadia and daughter,Cheryl Heart Association friends returning to her home NEW CHEVROLETS
boys put on a circus with all of U. of F. spent the weekend The check represents pro- here Saturday.Mr. r--
members participating. here with relatives. ceeds from the dance and road
block held recently by the so-
Miss Melody Cuttino of rority. The Heart Fund Drive and Mrs. George Powell
Jim Chasteen is In Athens Tin College was horn e for was BSP's Service Project for and Mrs. J.H. Fields visited OLDSMOBILESInternational
Ga. this week attending a course the weekend. the 1971-72 year. Mrs. Harold Ford at Merritt
at the University of Georgia. Island several days last week. (NEW

The____ Powells_ pn returned_ to their
home in Newton, N.C. last Fri-

day Mrs after Fields.ten days' visit with Tractors And Chevy TrucksFor

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Summerand Your Selection
family of Ocllla Ga. were
J weekend guests of Mr. and
1/ Mrs. Paul Faulkner and Mr.

!i. :, .. and Mr.Mrs.and Emery Mrs. Lewis.Shaw Buck of

of Groveland Mr. and were Mrs.weekend Herbert guests Thomas [ ffi@th)(!} t10

r- n at their camp In the Scrub.

Rev. John Flynn is attending
the Episcopal Clergy confer-

ence at Camp Weed his week. There's No Magic Secret To It. Just A Lot Of Faith And Hardwork

72 Mrs Minnie Weathersbee of
I Pompano Beach and Mrs.Evelyn That's What Makes A Community Grow!
; Hagan of Fort Lauderdaleare
visitors of Mrs. T.D. Dyal
for several days.

and Mr.family and of Mrs.Mobile A.V.Ala.Thomas were Together We Can Get It Done!

For those who did not order graduation weekend guests of Mr. and
imitations and cards or need more we r Mrs. L.C. Early.

will be able to supply your needs, not Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Wells and
the same design as those ordered Mrs. Shellle Gerle were week-
however, if you need them please place end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Parker in Cocoa, and
your order before 12:00: noon Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke in
May 15. esvlslFriday.-
S visit.
Published every ThurwUy
at 138 W. Cn Street / ,_ 4


Second class postage paidat
PHONE 964-6305 SUrke. FloridaSuhacripUoa
U.S. 301 North Phone 954-75CO
!. trade area ".00 per
yrr| $2.75.1* months. ,
Outside. trade Meat ts.SO> \

per year S3.M Uz month
"Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"

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Mrs. W.H.Graham and grandson Mrs. George b.l. 'Iynn Jr. and
nee $ceme Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson \ Mrs. James Phillips' Jr. are
f John Crews attended the 89th! Mmmgi Gray Spengler are spending I
r birthday party; and family reunion of Merritt Island spent the \ Tuesday to Saturday with attending the Supervisor of Elections .,
of his grandfather John weekend with his parents Mr. Mrs. Graham's mother Mrs. workshop In Tallahassee
If f: I. Crews of Lake Butler last Archie Green of Chicago nil Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion and Mrs. L.H. Gibson ''I, Bertha Fuller in Tallahassee. Wednesday to Friday. j

Sunday. is spending Wednesday to Sun- visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry: Sandra and Judy! Hunt of the < beena Mr. and MrsJlrvln'Mowery' ;
Colson has
; Thomas F.
f.'l I day with his mother Mrs. L.J Purvis In Gainesville Sundayand University of Florida were SunI I patient In; the Gainesville of Victoria Texas were guestsof ,

" Green. attended the first birthday day visitors of their grandmother 1 VA Hospital since April 14. Mr. and Mrs.Leo Championlast
I Misses Karen Cissy and Pat- anniversary of their great- Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, Sunday to Wednesday. .J.
) New ricia Edwards received their Miss Claudette Peterson will Kevin Purvis. '
1 grandson
Associate of Arts degree at graduate from Santa Fe Junior HIItIb- -- ..dI.! .. ,
t St. Johns River Junior Col- College on June 5 and enter her Mrs::Virgil Flynn and sister,, -
I Arrivals lege at commencement exercises Junior year at the University of Mrs. Viola Lee of Mobile Joe Ala.Cur- v A
Karen visited Mr. and Mrs. '
Friday April 25. Florida next fall
was on the Dean's list for the den in Jacksonville Thursday
last quarter. Luke, Llssa and Laurie Starl- to Saturday. t
Dairies ing of Gainesville spent the Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmv Rowe : :
Mr. and Mrs.
Griff* Miss Ginger Baldwin of the weekend with their grandparents and children of Samford spent
of Starke announce! the birth 4 University of South Florida was Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Din- the weekend with Mrs. Eollne
of a son, Gregoty James born
May 5 In Alaehulo.General, Hospital home during the weekend and kins.Mr. Smith. a al
1 also attended May Day festivities I .
in Calnesvine. Mr. and Mrs. Don Victor*
at Tin College last Saturday and Mrs. W.H. Graham +
Ricky Johns were In Tampa on businesslast and lamlly' 01 Chattahoocheewere 1 I
1st Sgt and Mr*.John Trahan.of week. weekend guests Of Mr., ti r

Wurzburg Germany announce Mrs. H.H.; Adams is visiting and Mrs. Dave Paulk. ,

the blrtlfof\): a daughter Ricky Johns Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and Mr. and Mrs Robert Green of Atlanta n
W.C. Harvev
Susan Marie v on April 29. visited their son-in-law and Mrs.
Ga. this week.
In Athens
baby .
Johns and
Tommy o
To Mrs.
Mrs. Trahan is' the former Graduate daughter Mr. and Mrs. Eddie and I

Diane Whitehead. Mrs. Russell Deming of Tokyo Douglas. Sunday at their new. children of Macclenny spent
Maternal grandparents are From HoweyRichard weekend guest home at 1746 NE 20th Pl.. the weekend with their parents I
Japan was a
Mr. and Mrs. Mate Whitehead Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. RItch. 4 Nit ,( ,dry
of Starke. of her uncle and Mr. and
Alan (Ricky) Johns Mrs. M.A. aunt, r. while --------...---------

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey B. Mc- Starke has attended Howey visiting her father Chris

Kinney of Starko announce the Hllls. Bracewell!, who Is seriously RepuirMostMuchinesTYPEWRITERS
birth of a daughter Elizabeth ill in the Gainesville VA Hos-
and is a member of the 1972
28 in Alachua pital.
Ann on April araduattng class. I

grandparents General Hospital.are Mr. and Paternal Mrs. Johns has participated in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields ,1
basketball golf and crew(row- of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Business I ,
Duford E. McKlnney of Starke.
ing) and has plans to attend J.H Fields on Sunday. ,

LaGrange College LaGrange 0 AtTENTION '
Ca. this fall. Mrs. John Flynn ..was' in
Bradford County Hospital an-
Ricky Is the son of Mr. and ,
Franklin, Mass 'last 'week q::
nounces the following births: >
W.Mrs.Madison Carl Lamar Street, Johns Starke.1003 visiting her Mr.son-in-law and Mrs. Frank and J::: J 10 Graders Who Witt Be In The 11th Grade NextYear[ ;. \ .
Mr and Mrs. Johnny Lee .
.'1 bin
Kltcl is, Starke a son MIt- Cogdell.Mr. ADDING MACHINES Jr. it'I
chell Ian May 3. Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Nor- f Your class ring is now on display in our store. In only) a month, you

man had as visitors Mr. and and and Mrs.Ponta B.G.Vedra Mclntyre Beach ---ii'::: .. can be wearing the most respected symbol of your academic achiey'e. J' .
family _
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ar
McRae of Waldo on
ment. .
.if"! *
spent the weekend with her par- / >
nold Tdner Jr., Keystone Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Owen / -
Ilclgh a son Jon David May ents. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre. <. i 'ti
McRae of Brooklyn N.Y. on CASH REGISTERS "W
4. all attended the Our rings are custom created by John Roberts, the maker of the rldf'!
McRae family reunion at Dade Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Newmanand Finest Class Rings". You may design your ring to your own tastes to,
of Fort Lauderdaleare
Kape'Mr.' ,nd Starke.Mrs.a Martin son, Charles Carl day.Memorial Park InBushnell Sun family spending two weeks, at REX ROTARY DUPLICATORS reflect your personality.: 1\ t ..'.::1>, \

.lolia day 8. Klngsley: Lake and visiting

Mr. id 1 Mrs. Fred Bomb Jacksonville Dr. and Mrs.were J.P. Young weekend of Roy their Clemons parents and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs. For An End To I Come In Now And Order .Your Clqss Ring ... '

McGd Keystone Heights a 'Albert Newman.Mr. At
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.G.
son. D '}'I Use flay 2. Machine Woes
and .Mrs. Walter Ste- Business 1
:: Hill.Mr. wart of Trenton were weekend
Mr. Td Mrs Earl Luke
and Mrs. George Hug '
Lake ler, a ;:ion, Roy Edward gins were weekend guests of guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. CALL WILLIAMSJic144'W.
Cooper. The Coopers also had
:. v 9. ? Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wallacein
as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.
Tampa. S.E. Branham of Palatln.
Call St. Plioiu 964-7064)
1- -
Marc .Jack-
and Mrs.
1I Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of
I, Mrs. 'garet.i5ckeonlare- son attended a Peddlers meeting Jacksonville were weekend 964-S810 I) 964-6305
cupcrati at liorrfo after beinga In Jacksonville Tuesday and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie
patten n Ala hua general Wednesday.Mr. .
Shatter They all spent Sundayat
Hospital r ttiree,>weeks. Cedar Key.
and Mrs. John Deas and ESTAeLISHIO 1901SadcocIZ'

!I Mr. ai Mrs. John T. Finch daughter Martha of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell ,

of Port nd, Ind;' are 'guests and Miss Ellen Rohdeof Macon. visited Mrs. A.G. Yongue In : i i1
; this we t of Mfr.and Mrs. Ga. were Saturday night din- Fairfield Sunday. V I
George w. Brown:.The Drowns ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. '

) also had as Sundae guests Mr. W. Hayes.Rev. .
and Mrs. Melvin 5;ook of New Mrs'. O.L. Haynes Jr. and L 'kEOp '

: Haven I ', ;,; Mrs. V.J. Spengler will chaperone \1 C
V > and Mrs. W.A. Hogan members of the Little -

{ Miss U a K. Cotson,daughter -'' were in Hattiesburg Miss over Women's Club at an outing at

1 of Mr nd Mrs Thomas F. the weekend where they attended Daytona Beach over the Week .J. \
the May 4 ;the funeral pf Ms ,... "'r ,.. ,.
Colson n in gray .nd. .. .... \ :l. 'J.
duating cs of Central FlordIda "*. ney. ,D.A. }logan. *"( o\l8lu"\ ,. .. w' /. .. t r' j AV En :""J"J.1'T-l II"J JIIt'l!
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Co. tiunltS College 'admittances\
I ; ; Local to Brad- 1
graduatedwith -Mrs. John Green a medical -" OwLdJ/GP.e1 n k d
I Ocala. MI Cotupn ford County Hospital this week ?mr
in St. Vincent'sHospital.
an AI xlatof: Arts de- Include ; Casey Atkinson A

gree. 5., Brooker;.Daniel Cooney Las-

.. .. ii; tey; Jesse Thomas Kichard -
. Clover and Kevin Davis Lake SET ;
I Butler Mrs. Alice Merrlwe- with purchase ,,1.rs .+?
ther. keystone Heights Mrs. of 1.,.rW% "
Laura Tomllnson Mrs.Gladys
.Underbill.. Mrs. Maude Tucker more Bc dcotk Brings You Specil Values

Mrs..Dorothy Travis.Frank '
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::1IANCE Bryant, Andrew yarns, Mrs. Ni'' 1 PADDI on Regular SupezSi 3eddin ,
Vesta My rick, Mrs.Luclle Carter 1 /1Af11C 101E i e G I

Mrs. Sarah Brown, and ant i
L1a 'q r -
Mrs. Lillian Thomas Starke; ',-- _
Mrs Llnnle Sharp Mlddleburg.

: : Ev ry Saturday Night Friends of Mrs. Louie Belle I

Parks will be Interested to know

: her son, William M. Parks
NEWdLEY his wife and their two daugh-

ters of College Park Ca.,
have been named the Family

K of the Year by the Georgia

BEACH Federation of Women's Clubs .01/10 ..,1..
Mr. and Mrs. Parks are natives Ar ,

of Delrayi Fla, but have l ; :...4...IfhenficaIIy 1 T j wN ..,1.: ..
lived in Atlanta most of their -
live_ BAND married life. They receivedthe S,.,leI Zuittect ';2uee KING SIZE SLEEP SET
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Perman Roberts pEO :;

Seeks OfficeIn I Quantity Rights ," "' If .I"I
AlachuaJ. \ Reserved
WINN-DIXIE O"n7 INC ,P", BqN k ;I'J 1 l\J\:
Permim Roberts,.Gainesvllle ? .

public of Starke school has teacher announced formerly -' i l'' PRICES GOOD THURS. MAY 11 THRU WED. MAY 17 JJ,4

his candidacy for the office of W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE 1.'j.. "
Supervisor of Elections of Ala- \ .. .. '
The 29- ear-Old candidate .Is ; 99
the son of,the late J. P. (Jake) CHUCK" \I
Roberts J former Bradford $
County Representative In the
I I State Legislature and Mrs.Le- .
ola Fogg ttyberts, of Starke. Canned Ham _
He graduated from the University ROAST t Jj :;
of Florida In 1966 with a f
B. A. degree in Education.
His professional career In- r. .
ludee. 3-1/2 years as a super) "I' '
visor of Probation and ParoleIn '
("1achU i.County and two ,
;years as aI,' octal studies tea- ; :
cher at Howard Bishop Junior gliced;
High School,In Gainesville. d .
Roberts Serves on the Ala
chua County Democratic Executive ,
Committee) and Is also $ -$29 .
active with!many civic groups U 0 LB. '
In Gainesville. He Is marriedto LB.
the former Sandra Rldaught CAN
of Keystone,, Heights, and they
have two sons, Jay and Ron.
They reside at 3320 N. W. 26th


AreaNewsBy Evelyn, ,V, Powell 68 31C y, dJ

SENIOR CITIZENS LB. '4 ROLL J6 13 c l Boneless98 ':;

Cookies coffee and bingo CAN PKG. PAR Ls. T
were enjoyed by Hampton Sen .
limit 1 shortening of choice with$7.30 or more purchase
S lor Citizens last Friday evening -'
I at their scheduled bimonthly excluding cigarettesASTOR'ALL W-D BRAND USDA GRADE 'A* FRESH FANCY ROASTINGCHICKENS
meeting. The ,group PURPOSE
I voted to change their 7 p.m. URlBEEF
meeting time to 7:30 pjn.due SHORTENING GRO
\, to daylight savings time. ,
They also agreed to donate
$5 to help build Hampton's float ;
4 for the Honor America Day Parade +1 \i\
on July 4, and to have a ;1 4 3 TO 4 I .
stand at the fairgrounds for : IB. AVO.CHCK .
4 the event. J" ,48 1\0 $499Tg 39 @II

supper How:?of many.For an of old the you who fashioned benefit share never of memories you"youngsters" box attended -- CAN LB. L 1 PKG.LB. I LB. .

one, the ladles and girls ;
prepare a box supper for two.
Gentlemen come armed with All FLAVORS SOFT INSTANT COFFEE ISO RIPE
wallets and; bid lady-of for the their box Drinks 28'01.STLS.. $100 NescafeDOUGLAS '"'"' $138 Strawberries $100
the 5
prepared bj! 3
choice when it's auctioned off. e e JAil PINTS
Sound like .fun? Well,.It'l on SAVE tie.SPARKY WHOLE VINE RIPE .
the agenda."for. June,' but still '
In the planning stages. I'll have Charcoal 20 88C Chicken 32 01. 99c Cantalopes. 2 $1
more Information for you after e e e CAN FOil
the next meeting.
I In Birthdays May will be and honored anniversaries at the 4 $1 Macaroni 2 8'01. 25c Pies 22 $100
next meeting. That will. be on . CANS PKGS. Cherry PIES
Friday May 19, 7:30: 9:30:
p.m.Better at make Hampton a note of City the half-Hall. P ATIS0CC PKG$1s9
3 "ss 88C 3
hour later meeting! time, AT e e e

PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs.: Tommie Wal- Juice ,46-01. 39C 18'01.SOTTLI. 35c Pizza I ,
Sauce 3F
ker of South Hill, Va. were . CAN B-B-Q . . ; 69e
guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. B.
Watterson on Tuesday of last
week. Mrs. Walker Is the for- FOLDER'S STAR-KIST FRESH WHITE OR

..t mer Mrs.Joyce LeolaSculthropof Simmons. Chesapeake COFFEE CHUNK TUNA YELLOW CORN

ther and, Va.sister-in-law Is visiting her Mr.bro and

Mrs. K. B. Watterson.'and her

Hen cousin Mr.and and Mary Mr.Mrs and Watterson.Mrs R.;Lynn A. Bran-Hall

enjoyed April 29.supper. in Gainesville 68 @aVfILUIUY TUNA J6 @ 10 1 69 ".
Mr and Mrs. Lynn Hall attended 1-LB. 61/2-oz.
: the Railroad Retirement CAN C EARS
: 2.dinner In':Valdosta, Ga._ on April 6'/a'DI'3 3 /

y The Altar! Society of St. Ed- Limit 1 coffee of choice with $7.30 or more purchase
1. ward's Catholic Church of excluding cigarette SUPIRBRAND FUDGESICLES OR JIFFY ASSORTED
I Starke had' Installation of officers 'ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE
J at their meeting in the POPSICLES MEAT ENTREES
home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Meng on Hampton Lake.
On Sunday, April 30, the children
of St. Edward's enjoyed a

barbecue the Mr Mengs.and picnic J.Mrs. at B.-the t..'home Barnes. of :;:\

and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Byrd ( ;
: 2 $1
58J )
enjoyed a four day trip to Ala- 1-L8. 12PK.PKGS.. 40c

bama they and visited Mississippi.Mrs.Barnes In Alabama CAN Qi; i '

sister In Russelvllle and her .
brother In Red Bay.; In Mississippi
I they visited another sister ............................. ......... ......... ......... .............. ..............................
of Mrs. Barnes In Golden fm
and her nephew In Fulton. EXTRA ; EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA EXTRA
You will all be happy to know I I I ( I GREEN STAMPS L ( d71 '
that the new U. S. Flag has JfH GREEN. STAMPS. -JfM. GREEN STAMPS dl GREEN..STAMPS H.( -'i& ,
M. W. COVMM + .VKMAU Ol WITH M.NNI.C0V.OH.M nilfHAM M I MM M/VNI.f01.' M.N.f.N M N.M.M. {KN. N NK .N M YH1.-
arrived for the City Hall. It I FOUR POUR 16.... CANS TWO 10-COUNT ONE 10-.,. JAR c ONE 2-IS. SIZE
Lilac Towels fruit Drinks : Trash Can Liners ; Instant Coffee i 'f Pizza ;", ,"
\ THE BIGHT FOINT for Wi No. 1.r..read. L 3 .>lou.lor.t wii. w.it No. 3 4f .Off lOC.l ." '.I No. 4 ..... Mo. 5 .,..... .. -...>...
the wr 7write..:.Corn*hand .. ....:.... --.. .. ..... -- ..

select. year fmnUIn favarltei ven.ESTERBHOOK EXTIYYA I EXTiVGA iEXTRA i EXTRA i EXTRA :

TELEGRAM d7f../GREEN..MM tWMH STAMPS,MI MJMH.M O* ;, I I ,d7(M/NW.GREEN(.YN..M STAMPS p.N.M/ I I I !7L.Mf1/MI GREEN STAMPS... ..NMN M ;, I I ..*X....GREEN*..*.. ..._STAMPS_......1... ,; I win dh*(M..GREEN...H...._STAMPS._..w...,.. .:
IF WE DON'T HAVE rrwe'l1 Onion Rings ; Hamburger Patties Boneless Ham :I "i Turkey Roast Ic.-rio Slush ;. .
Supplies, Furniture Equip : No. 6 ... ..... ..... ; NO. 7 ., ... ,... ; No. 8 .,. : No. 9 .1.<*..toe. !*. NH. : No. 1 0......... _..... .
mem. Bradford County Telegraph .. .... ...........' ../......... ................*.. .M./.....*..I..........,..... ...........-NNI.. .....-.-..-........ ...................................,, /-------

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rg 1 I Summer Threat .,.
LAW-TEY : Brinp .,
,-' ,,"" By Elizabeth Terry j NEWS ABOUTSERVICEMEN Community.
Of]Rabies In Animals .
CHURCH SCHEDULES wltt; her daugher. Mrs.Loraine son-In-law and daughter, Mr. '
Crace. ..._United. Methodist Morris at home after she underwent and Mrs. Kenneth Prater In : :
Churchl School: 9:45ajm. : an appendectomy on Jacksonville. Summer with Its long days, sent directly to a'BlagnoKu. New :
Worship; services U ajn. Saturday. She will be there 10 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beachof outdoor excursions, vacations laboratory for diagnosis. : :
and 8 MR. Prayer .Meeting days. Mrs. Morris to doing Jacksonville, and Mr. and and camping trip, Is almost, If It Is necessary to kill tha .
Wednesday and fine her*. The pleasures of summer -. animal, care be taken .. .".
Mrs. Donald Roberts and children the
Choir .. &ctlc ATthursday 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay of Lake City; were supperguests are many but so are Its not to damage brain, whichIs Bjr Etbateth Ghrtm. Warier r;;
pan.The ton and son of Jacksonville of Mr. and Mrs. John I potential dangers. One ot these) needed for laboratory exam-
WSCS met at the church spent Saturday, with their mo- F. Robertson on Sunday., hazards Is rabies cautions Dr.: ination. OES NOTICE Day with Sunday School at 9:30.:
Tuesday night May 2, with ther. Mrs. C. R. Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Earl l Denmark G.W. Meyerholz. Extension .... 4 r The regular meeting of Dell All S3 teachers are asked to
Mrs. Wllma Wainwright giving Mrs. Nell Parrish of Max. and children of Jacksonville Veterinarian Florida Cooperative Chapter 168 will be held Thursday be present at 9 a.m. Morning '
the devotional. vllle visited her slater-ln-law were guests of their mother Extension Service. NEW BOOKSAT May 18, In the Masonic Worship at 11. Dinner Mil be
Mrs. Hester Hicks on Thurs Mrs. Lois Carter on Satur i Babies Is most commonly Hall on BrownJee St. This Is served at 12:30. Evening Worship
Church of God SundaSchool; day.Mr. found In wildlife and In Summer THE LIBRARYADULT election month so please give 6 jwn. Visitors always
10 a.m. Worship services 1 U and Mrs. Les McClellan day.Mr.. and Mrs. Randall Brad- people are likely to visit this matter your cooperationby welcome. '
!am. and 6 p.m. Family night spent Sunday with their ley of Jacksonville were week- areas where there are wild r 4 attending this Important .
Wednesday 7.:30p.m.: son and daughter-in-law. Mr. end visitors of their mother tai animals. The raccoon Is most meeting. Ebenezer Baptist Church '*.
and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan, In Mrs. R. L. Bradley. I :often affected with rabies In FICTION Rev. Leroy Davis'pastor. BUWe '
Highland Baptist Church: Jesup, Ca. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cowan Florida. Bats, foxes. and The Settlers (Levin); Shoulder ANNIVERSARY Class each'Tuesday night.
Sunday School 9:45: ajn. Worship \ Mr. and Mrs. Donald W11H- of Jacksonville were supper I'skunks are also frequent rabies the Sky (Stevenson); The Independent Pallbearers No.9 Sunday School at 9:30: will con-
Services U a.m. and 7:30 son spent a few days vacationing guests of their parents,Mr and victims. To avoid being Clock Winder (Tyler);; The Nick will hold their 3rd Anniversary clude services for Sunday. Re- ir:.
p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday In Daytona Beach during John F. Robertson, on bitten Dr. Mejerholi advises Adam Stories Hemingway}; at New Hope Baptist Church on gular services "will be':( held ,w. '<
at 7:30: followed" by Choir the week. Friday. that people learn to recognize Shroud For A Nightingale June 18. All members", are asked Sunday. ,'May 2U' 1 1diJ
Practice..,', Mr"",,and Mrs. Montcalm and Friends of Mary Smith will the signs of rabies In animals (James)}: The Dark Shore Olo- to attend and give full cooperation t :!
family ofJacksowillewere dinner be Interested to learn that her Any abnormal behavior of watch)}; IntoYourTentI'llCreep for success --Rev..Mrs. Greater Allen Chapel 'tAME ,<3
PERSONALS guests of Mr. and Mrs. body cast was removed Tuesday wild animals Is reason for (DeVrles); Lone Star Ranger Elsie Holland, sec'y. Church, Rev., C. E. Jenkins '..rt
Mrs. James' Tresca and R. N. Traylor on Saturday. after four months time. caution. When animals nor (Grey); The Mourning Trees pastor.., SundaY' School will begin '&
daughter. Nancy of Jacksonville Mrs. W. Ii. Hall of Jacksonville She Is Improving nicely. ,mally seen only at night are (Johnston)); The Dinosaur Fund CHURCH NEWS ? ,Youth Day activities at 10 :!".'",
visited her\ brotherinlaw spent Tuesday with hereon Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crews Sighted In daytime, rabies (Vartan)}; Fortune Mide His New Bethel Baptist Church a.m Morning Service at 11; .
and sister,) Mr. and Mrs. and daughter-in-law Mr. and children of Sumter S. C. should be suspected., Other Sword Rofheart); Lay Down :Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.Prayer Evening Service. 530.: Youth .*>
Robert Lee, on Sunday. and Mrs. Lea McClellan. Other visited their mother, Mrs. An- signs of rabies Infection !are My Sword and Shield (Burke); Meeting Tuesday at 7:30.: Choir rehearsal each Wednesday -
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips visitors were his cousins, Mr. nie Mae Crews, and their bro- loss of the fear of human beings, Caesar of the Narrow Seas ''Wednesday night Bible Class. night. Senior Choir rehear- ""
and sons, of Jacksonville and Mr*. Clarence Rhoden and ther-in-law sister Mr.and Navy Seaman Jodie L. Mun- attacking tendencies.! aimless (Gloag)); My Friend Sashle(Dun Thursday night Choir No. 2 sal each Tuesday night before
and James Phillips of Starke. Mrs. Joe Rhoden, all of Jack Mrs. Henry Hodges, over the den, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.P. wandering,' and depressed be-, can); Collector's Choice rehearsal. Saturday night business t thd first and third Sunday.
were dinner';guests of their sonville. weekend. Munden, Jr., of Route 1,Brooker havior. Paralyzed or sick anImal (Marks); There Was a Season meeting at 8 p.m. Sun- Flans are In the making'for '
mother, Mrs.:,.O. J. Phillips, Friends of Dean Traylor will Saturday guests at the homeof was awarded the American s should not be handled., (Olsen); How She Died (Ygle- day School 9:30: ; Morning Worship a financial drive which will 01'
on Thursday.' be Interested to learn that he Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges Spirit Honor Medal upon graduating They should be reported to a slas), Every Little Crook and at 11. At 3 P.m. the Deacons terminate the second Sunday In :r
Mrs. Donald Wliklson and completed a'Junior College were their mother, Mrs. recently from. basic conservation officer or game Himself Williams); A Shadow of will be on parade. The July. All members are asked ."V
Miss Elizabeth Terry were luncheon Course In Landscaping and was Emma Hodges, and brotherinlaw training at San Diego, Calif. warden. Suspected are ( )); The Morn- speaker will be Rev. Jasper to please cooperate with this :,:
guests of Mrs. B. L. sent on Job Training at Busch and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Seaman Munden received the warden. animals Ing Cool (Wltherspoon); The Bryant pastor of Mt. Olive activity for the benefit ot completing M
Wliklson, Jr;', .In Jacksonvilleon Gardens, Tampa for three Jerry Glance of Palatka. award for his Initiative, per- be'observed Suspected animals can Blue Heaven Bends Over (Oliver Baptist Church at Orangedale. / the educational building. .-.':
Friday. months. formance,' and outstanding safe or confined lip) a ), A Cluster of Separate Evening service, 7:30. Various other'' activities 'will .'.
Mr. and Ma. Greg Dyal are Mike Waters of Mlddleburg example fellow NavymendurIng place. Sparks (AIhen); arlsma rheld for,the building fund.
visiting their:parents, Mr. and was a dinner guest of his parents Ik- basic training. He Is a 1971 If someone Is bitten by a Campaigns (Mathews) Murder Greater Bethlehem Freewill '.,>n
Mrs.' Leo Dyal I.. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James the University of wild animal, he should wash Go Round l (Christie)?;; Baptist Church. Rev. Jasper 1hE Otd1VJrlE/l.
Mrs. Colon ;Thomas, for 15 Waters, on Saturday. While West Florida at Pensacola. the wound with soap andwaterand Bonecrack (Francis):; Dupe Negative Williams pastor Choir No. 3 ,itrt
days. They tire being trans- here he helped James Shu- go directly to a physician (Fowles); !Malpractice and Ushers Board No. 2 meet \ ;
ferred to theJAlr: Force BaseIn ford some on his new home. who will advise when treatment (Llpskv>>; Optimist's Daughter each Monday night at 7:30.: y..,.
Tampa front BIloxl, Miss. Mrs. Ernest Wells and Miss Navy Petty Officer Third should begin. :The animal should (Welty>>; Portion For Foxes: Tuesday night Senior Choir WA .:...:.
Rev. Don :Xfcmton and Mrs. Arthurlne Blanchard visited Class Ricky D. Frick, son of be apprehended If this cart be (McClary); The Ides of March rehearsal. Wednesday night, '.
Truby WalnwrMit visited Miss Miss Enaa Blanchard at St. t Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Frick done without additional danger (Wilder)); Maiden (Buchanan); Prayer Meeting.Thursday night .
Fnza Blancha .In St.Vincent's Vincent's Hospital In Jackson of 916 W. Butler Road, Starke states Dr. Meyerholz. ', i The Conspiracy (Hersey> Last the Ladies Circle will meet xf.k
Hospital In.Jacksonville! last ville. While Jacksonville they has completed the Aviation Ad- All animals, except thd bat; Respects (Wetdman); Oh, Val with Mrs. Louise LInsey. Fri- JIII
Friday. She Improving right also visited Mrs. Bill Harrell minlstrationmon, School at should then be confined In a ley Green! (Culp);; All Right day night Prayer Band meets "Some people never
along. and Miss Esther Mason. Memphis.He safe place for 14 day for table Everybody Off the Planet (Ot- with Mrs. Rebecca Allen. Din til their wilnion be
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman Mr. and Mrs Raymond Durban will be 'assigned to administrative -' observation and diagnosis tum)>; Illegal Entry ((Martin);; ners will be sold from the an|ie* kern the ,
VUUHP it in iI
and daughter'"camped; out" at and son of Macclenny.spent ; and clerical duties under the supervision of You Don't Need an Enemy kitchen on Saturday by the I: family ..\:
Rodman's Dam last Friday the weekend with their parents, .p i Involved In the operation ,erinarlan. (Stern); The Longer the Thread Can'' Circle. Sunday Is Youth for generation/ ..'
I. night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosier. .4 of aircraft maintenance pro 'I
Starling and family and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pad- grams. illrlr' 1'.
Ola Starling went down Friday gett of Lake Wales, spent the He Is a 1970 graduate of f' ,f'
afternoon and .flshed awhile. weekend with their brotherinlaw Bradford High School, Starke.
After supper the Charles Star- and sister Mr. and Mrs. r EveryPayLowPricePantry ; ';
Ungs and Mrs, Ola Starling Harry Wllkerson.
returned home. Ann and Jerri Mr. and Mrs. Paul DinJdns ADDING] wr'
Starling remained overnightwith and David, of.St. Augustine, CENTER CUT ;
the Normans.Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Bub Carter REGULAR GRIND '
and Mrs. Louie Waln- and Mrs. P. L. DInkins on SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride ,PERKCOFFEE '
wright of Tallahassee spent the Sunday afternoon. "
weekend at their: home on Kings- Mrs. Ernest Wells and Miss MFLORAL
ley Lake. Louie called on his Arthurlne Blanchard attendedthe FANTASY-Cot 'SUPERMARKETS
ton In a medley of ::
mother, Mrs.. Truby Wainwright 149th Homecoming of the blossoms
paatel-tinted flowers STARKE'S
on Friday. Mlddleburg Methodist churchon SUPPLIES
beautifully after five.
Mrs. Hester Hicks spent a Sunday. While there they Worn by 1971 Maid of Cotton ;
few days this week with her visited Mrs.Wells'sister Mrs. Pat Perry, the sleeveless TYPEWRITERS .
sisters. Mra/Cora Hodges and Ruth Barthlow.Mr. dress has a tiny bodice above ADDING MACHINES $ '. :;
Mrs. Marian' ,Hall- In Jackson- and Mrs. Sidney Hansen a softly swinging skirt with o" '' "'' 119 LB 5 9 If VfftVDAV liM SNsr OWAMTlIEfyeryPayLowPricc IOW*OOOO*MTI.-THHU*OOOO.**..(MMSDV.F.(.UVt...*NWf MOMUft ...
ville. C and Mrs. Walter Martin deep inverted pleat. Striped CLASP ENVELOFES. all _, I LB .
; Mrs.JubeI1\ Priest went to enjoyed a covered dish luncheon ribbon trim accents the Wilson abu.Brad lord County Tele* BAG ...",pfeunf, xutf r'..

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r.. THE Street. P.O. Box 1086 Starke ,
,' CUT THE SECOND OF FLORIDA.JUDICIAL. IN OR-AND, OF BRADFORD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Florida 32091, and file the original RESOLUTION NOTICE OF ADOPTION BY CITY:COUNCIL OF'1 Section 28, Township 6 South. Florida 1951 by Chapter 67- The final three days tot ob-" ';,,

'4 FOR LE *COUNT FLORJ- COUNTY FLORIDA IN PRO- P. O. DRAWER 939, STARKE, with the Clerk of OF THE CITY OF Range 22 East as per plat 209, Laws Of Florida 1967, and taming free chest x-irajs'ln';, ,'r."
...' DA. BATE No. 1-1896 FLORIDA. MAY 4, 1972 bove-styled; Court on or before FLORIDA CLOSING STARKE. there of recorded Deed Book by Chapter 70-134, Laws Bradford County are:4s;,, follows 1-' ,
In Re Estate of ROBERT L. The Bradford PORTION J. Page from ,1
County Board 32 the .
,", CIVIL CASE NO. 73-608 ; June 12,1972,otherwise a Judge OF UNUSED Easterly of Florida 1970 being Section : v .
: .' IN REt $29.000.000 HiaiER BATTEN Deceased of Public Instruction will receive ment may be entered against STREET AND boundary of St. Clair Street 865.09. Florida Statutes will Thursday, May II- Reddtslrf "; '
EDUCATION BONDS! STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION AND APPLICATION FOR North Temple Avenue, Starke, In the Complaint.WITNESS PUBLIC IN AND TO THE Avenue, Circuit Court In and for a.m. to 2 p.m.; Starke old.RJE ;.1 tb
OF FLORIDA 1 DISCHARGE: OF EXECUTOR Florida for removing one two- my hand and the WITHIN TIE LAND and renouncing and disclaim Bradford County. Florida school: building, 3 to, II:Porn. '
corporate under Section, body 2 of Notice Is hereby given that I story brick: building from Its seal. of said Court on the 3rd THEREOF CONFINES ,ling any right of the City and upon receipt of proof of publication Friday, May 12--Starke.;Wlrai ) ;'

Article DC Mid Subeectfon: a) ,have filed my final report as site at the Bradford High School. day of May 1972. TO WHOM IT MAY CON- 'the Public in and to the land of this notice the fictitious -Dixie, 12 noon to 3 p.m;, and "
Executor of the Estate of ROBERT Starke Florida until 10:00 ('1LBERT .lying within the confines 4 to 7 .
Section 9 of Article XII :: A.M. i S. BROWN, CERN of names to-wlt Shands p.m.Saturday. I
of of the CoraUtuttoa of the State L.. BATTEN, deceased,. Tuesday, June 6,1972 according: AS CLERK OF SAID COURT Notice/: is hereby i i said portion of said street a- & Baker and Denny Concrette: May 13-- SCirke, '
Florid that I have filed my application to the following specifications: : Bys /sBeulah Moody 2 1972 given thaton ,foredescribed.Dated Products Division. Food Fair, 10 ajn. to l .rn. '
a. amended Plain- May In
",-,- of.tiff. -vs-THE STATE OF, FLOBIDA for distribution and for final 1. Bidders are Invited to inspect Deputy Clerk law, the, City accordancewith Council: : : Oils 2nd day of May The only party Interested In ,.//.Ii;'!
et at, Defendants. a.m.discharge: May, 15 and, 1972.that I on wilt 10:00 apply mises the and aforementioned any Information pre required First 5/114t Publication 6/1 : : May II, 1972 the City of Starke, Florida: of, It A.D,1972.5/11 said business Is Florida Rock 1he Old 1ti7i$ i
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE: adopted a Resolution Industries, Inc., a corporationduly
to the Honorable TIIERONA. closing: .
To the State of Florid!' YAWN. County Judge: of office be provided by this vacating and abandoning that organized and existing raider .,.- .
It:. through Its State Attorney! of! .Bradford County, Florida for portion of Washington Street ( TRADE NAME LAW the laws of the State of /'r" .. ..: .'1.::
2. The successful Notice
bidder shall under Fictitious Name "
the First described: as: Florida. a '
d'Seve approval of said final return NOTICE : /
be responsible for removal of LAW) cj
Tet Fourth Fifth, Sixth, tl, The Easterly Extension of Byi Edward L. Baker
and for an Order of Distribution all materials footings 1 will not be responsible for NOTICE IS HEREBY '"1- '.' I
;fa: Eighth Ninth., Tenth, Eleven and debris Washington Avenue Lying bet GIVEN President ,. '.
for other
final dischargeas debts made by
any anyone .
etc., from the school site and that the .I
undersigned ; ,
tl th, Twelfth, Thirteenth Fourteenth ween Lot 1, Block 32, and Lots pursuant. 4/11 4t 61EZERASE
Executor of the Will of than myself. Daniel C. Bedford /;;
shall leave the ; to the "Fictitious
Fifteenth area now occupied 7 and 8 : Name Statute _
.It Sixteenth of Block 31 In %
ROBERT L Livingston '
BATTEN de 2 5/11. .. ]
/ Seventeenth Eighteenth. Nine. ceased.: by the subject building Tmby and Chapter No.20953 Lawsof TYPEWRITfiT Pa- ''Monry\ "D n', buy, Impplyon ..

""? teenth and Twentieth Judicial Dated this 12th day of April In a clean raked-over condition to the Town Company of Starke Addition In- Florida 1941, as amended by per. Notebook Fillers.Brad- ........-lInl..... .I"nliit. on' I
and the Chapter No.! 26760, Laws of '
Circuits several .
pro- 1972. ford County Telegraph. .mnt'b..d Iy sloe". J
The ._._.,
3. successful:\ bidder ihall
.h party; owners, taxpayers and EARL RAY BATTEN ---
citizens thereof and of Ala. 4/30 ft 5BNOTICE havo a period not to exceed 90 ,

I. chUB Bay, Bradford, Brevard days from the award of con ..l IINHIn
Broward. Citrus Collier, Columbia ; tract: for the removal of all

Dade. Dual, Escambia. TO CONTRACTORS materials. Handling of mater-

Highlands Hlllsborough, ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ials and their disposal shall !'
Lake Lee Madison be In keeping with the existing ;;;w
ar' Jackson. ? Leon Sealed bids In duplicate will I t ,
r Manatee. Marion Monroe be received until 11 a.m., CST state, county or municipal: requirements. IS'i rt; ;.
,, Okaloosa. Orange Palm I May 16, 1972. by Florida State If any. No storage -ir
:.r Beach, Pasco Plnellas, Polk. 1 TelellhorMlOmpany, Bonlfay, of materials shall be permittedon
,v Putnam St. Johns St. Lucle. Florida at which time and place) the Job site. Any materials '
'. Sarasota, Seminole Suwannee, all bids will publicly openedand sold on the site must be removed
.. ,' Taylor Washington and Volus- read aloud for the con immediately
la Counties, Florida Including: struction: of C.D.O. Telephone 4. The successful: bidder shall
'II:, non-residents owning property Building Lawtey. Florida. be required to provide a $500
..v or subject: to taxation therein The contractor: shall furnish performance: bond or cashier's

'j/ and others having or claiming: all labor, materials, and equipment check: treasurer's check or .j S
';r any right title or Interest In and shall be responsible) draft of any national or state tt
YI. property to be affected bv the for the entire. complottonof bank. No bid bond II being 1
:,: Issuance by the State Board of project. required hop the board shall
,;1 Education: of Florida of not Plans specifications: and expect: bidders to show good '.
exceeding: $26.000,000 Higher( contract: documents may be Inspected faith In fulfilling their propos
; Education Bonds, Series E at the office of the owner als.
,JI I hereinafter more particularly: and the offlcs of the architect 5.. The successful: : bidder can
II described: or who may be In State Road 22. expect: authorization for commencing k
any way affected thereby: Wewahltchka" Florida and may work within 30 daysof
The State of Florida, through be procured: by general contractor the bid opening aforemen \

,itr the State Attorneys of the First, : upon a deposit of$25.00 tioned. Krystat KutAssortment '
... Second: Third, Fourth Fifth per set, of which the full 6. The successful bidder shall Ladles' r '

1.' Sixth, Seventh Eighth Ninth. amount will be returned to each: show evidence: that he and/or tr 3 Tone 100 Polyester Shifts elA A, T I.... d,.,..""., rah
Eleventh Twelfth Thlr- his Is properly Insured .rr
.1 Tenth, company .I ,
general contractor who submits Molh.r will lav. th.,. scoping cover
, by an acceptable: Insuring
'I tcenth. Fourteenth, Fifteenth
1 J I IIV I X 6"
thins of/
stitch doubU
bid and all other deposits piqu'
a '
,1,' Sixteenth Seventeenth' Elgh- agency: In the following man B. Candy both tinted
than I knit, in r.d, white, navy, and 1 E, .. *
for other
, ,. tccntli. Nineteenth and Twen- one completeset ner A, brown or aqua In torn ..,1... ', S4 / Y' ... co I.... 9" % 7''."% 7"'
'II troth Judicial Circuits: of said of plans, and specifications: A. Workmen's Compensation '1 All hays nd. .lit, > & 2 lor.. bdu. t C. Footejd Gad bowl.
will be returned less cost of
State nnd the several property B. Contractor's: ) Llabillt'tOperationd ; r 10" dianir.
. reproduction, for all docu- B. I. SO,000/ pi I D. Cak plot on itand13't .
v. owners, taxpayers and citizens $ [ A. 2 tont collar & front tipper + *' ,
thereof ,tand'' of Alachua ments returned In good condition $100 000. B, diomtferrE
10 : Bay w 3 ton cuff & nick ribbing y
'.. Bradford tlrevard, Broward. within ten days after bid P. D. $25,000.Contractual ( C. Sloovolotl with harltontaltrlpoi I'G, B .Flo p.d..o'*.r yoi.I 19"bont loll.
opening. and button
trim. i'C'e
Citrus Collier Columbia : Ltblllty
Dado fXival, Escambla, Hlgh- Cashiers check: certified: B. I. $50,000/$100,090 edN. L. SAVE 1,08 fi i F. Watt bo.A.rr 8'."
diamour X 10' '011.
and bid bond for not less
', check: P. D. $25.000T. ( .
: lands IIHlaborouRh, Jackson 1
of the C. Bon.Ben d..h '
lake Lee, Leon, Madison Ma.. 5% of the amount 7< Bids shall be sealed and C, Our Dheeunl ; I i tall. Knobbed tor.h.
.n natcc Marion, Monroe, Oka- bid must accompany: each marked: "Bid on Removing i Pe: w,. C
',. loom, Orange, Palm Beach. proposal. School Building." \ rSA6 1 i ,S SAVE 344
, I Pasco rinellas, Polk, Putnam, Performance labor and 8. If additional InformationIs V ,
..-: St. ,Johns St. Luclc.: Sarasota. material bond, and workmans needed It may be obtainedby B J = Our DiscountPMC.
will WaiLadies'
; Seminole, Suwannee, Taylor, compensation Insurance contacting: this office: 964-
," Washington and! Volusla Counties be required for the successful: : 6800. G, 2J

1 I' Florida, including nonresidents bidder. 9. The Board reserves the 'I v a r
i owning property or Right Is reserved to reject: :right to reject: any or all bids. J I ladles' Tarry Scuffs ..
r, subject: to taxation therein, and any or all proposals for waive. BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD I Peignoir Sets AdorobU print i |u l ,
oUiors havlit or claiming technicalities.: : ?. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONs / right for Mom Foatr \. lotion Milcl .
" anyrtetiC'title
.h" ,: ;: or interest In pro- 'No bidder' may Withdraw his I..' / /" '''Thomas L. Casey Jr[' 1 I <',L'h fts' ..,:. ,,' te l t.r dSS %e5S'tellon od.l polyo "eO.Al.nrd Into ., ''J.I P ,.. ,: .- .
bid.for aperiod) of thirty days ) tol.. e
'n I, pert to be affected by the Issuance Superintendent .Iii' 'I'I crept if'
..' by the State Board of after date set for opening. I5114t I \'. Qt n.tfin*< yak / l.d .S ,* Thn. bars rpockog ..-1
cola' p
Education of Florida, a body R.W. Ingle President 6/11 1 anJ h m of pawn Slne S 10, *. R.gular >; ladies' Watches .
corporate: under Section 2 of Florida State Telephone t Rainbow pou.l.t y..,, ut. bar*. r Smart bport try''?, 'In uomlae.
r' Article: IX and Subsection: (a) Company S.t. S. M. L ti SAVE 27' For compl*.ion f I .,..1 A. gold ton. Swi'.aI ,' ''.Utl'
Florida 32425 or for the bath mnt' & unbrahab) ..In.prnqSAVE ;
of Section 9 of Article: XII of
tha.Constinilion of the State oft'io'rlda THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- .,,. l'l'I 3.92 "
Charles. A. Casklns A.I.A. CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND r.
as amended, of High- -
., Education Bonds; Series E, P.O. Box 70Wewahltchka FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. \ mil-

''u In the aggrc&tto principal: a- 4/27 3t 5/11 Florida 32465 CASE # 1357. ,- Our 0A':: t Discount Wo, 1043 Prtc
mount of $26- ... IN RE: The Marriage of POSE n. el
;.' 000,000 hereinafter -. .n--: y.
, mere particularly LEE FERALES. Wife and
tJ described: or' to be IN THE CIRCUIT, COURTOF CHRIS C. FERALES, Husband 1 Ladies'
I'I.: affected In thereby FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDI- Eagle
any way NOTICE OF SUIT-PROPERTY Rattan Handbag i G. E. Slum &
I r are hereby required to appear CIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TO: CHRIS C. PERALES, 209 Electric Scissors Dry
;< before the Circuit Court of BRADFORD COUNTY Your chalet of /fathlon { Irons
: East St. Abbeville Louisiana -r 2 .p..d. 9wd.r .
, : Leon County, Florida, In the I. 70510. :y qi right llylot & colon, ra light" h,..orben Contour hand!."

Second Judicial Circuit: of said CIVIL ACTIONIn YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a nF ." -f vvc SAVE 27% Ladies' tool bladot. dial.Pabrlc Cord ol.let lilt.Mod. .

State at the Courthouse in Tallahassee re: The Marriage of :DORIS Petition for Dissolution of Marriage JT'1"' = : L' Oa Discount Dress Shoes SAYE 1.003ys .I F 62.
f'lorld.on the 6th ANN. DAVIS Wife, and has been filed against Prleo wet -
day of June;1972 at 10 o'clod. RUSSELL EARL DAVIS, JR. you and prayer contained with or ChoofO brown from paontin! rod, block / SAVE 3.11

A. M., and show cause why the Husband. in the Petition requests the tyltt.. Suit 5 to many 10. Our Ducount rrico '
prayers of the,i Complaint filed Dissolution of Marriage: woe
Court to award that certain: SAVE 165 'l
Our Ditcount Prc.Dncaunr : .
in Our
the above proceeding.should NOTICE OF SUIT' owned andyour
property by you
not be granted and the bonds TO: RUSSELL EARL DAVIS, Wife, ROSE LEE PERALES.as w"11 Pric 16" Glass Flower VasesGracefully WO._
therein described and the pro- JR. Unknown tenants by the entireties, I designed, odeU the/ TT
" ceedlnes of the Plaintiff here- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a located: at 924 RaUord Road. Ladles Vinyl' Handbags / S p. l.ct acc.nt any dicer .Fringed Chenille
tofore taken authorizing the Issuance Petition for Dissolution of Anert.d d.corata colas, !
e' t Bed3pead3SAYE
Florida and
Starke more par- Snort II y I II Ing in the
thereof validated and Marriage has been filed agalnst ticularly described: as: ,.-... color, to match 104
confirmed. you and you are required Lot Four (t\)\ Block B, of avery outfit" Mom hoe y *C Ladles'Sleeveless BlousesSloovolotl Our Discount ,I J f1'' / IIt''\' yl 1 t' 'F.D.urara.. or lull ulin..h.'

Said bonds are dated !May 1 I.I' I. to serve a copy of your DALEWOOD SUBDIVISION according : SAVE 1.00 r 7 Prlco Wet ,96E ] + 1 f e '
( 1972, bear Interest at not exceeding Answer or Pleading to the Petition to plat thereof recorded A button front tab j I = t tur SAYE 16'1' ,'
."> the Petitioner's attorney Plat Book 3 8 of y tyllnfl. chorminfl t I1
: the maximum lawful on In Page itcount PrlcoWo.ZJ a sailor of/ pottol colon fl t
rate of Interest authorized on George H. Pierce P. the public records of Bradford ...... A1.d and print.. Sliol 32 39 G.E. Alarm Clocks .
,'. the date of the sale\ of the, O. Drawer 1030, Starke Bradford County:; Florida.to fy4 q Lighted huh 1 f
; SAVE 36% r
bonds, payable seml.sMWllb'On ] County Florida 32091 your Wife ROSE LEE ; t t 12'f (Q% fAtAntlgw white t J .
May 1 and November 1 of and file the original Answer FERALES and you are required 'ArE t ,V' jAp p, t rrj ,7Nod.l79p-K rm Our Ditceunr
Price we.EhM,4Et .
each year are In the aggregate or Pleading In the Office: of the to serve a copy: of your /If/vOur// Discount SAYE 210
principal amount of not Clerk of the Circuit: Court on Answer or Pleading to the Petition id'7/1/7 Price 1Jle'Ze Wat I 1e 'fa1

exceeding: $26.000,000 and mature or before May 15, 1972. If yon on the Wife's attorneys. + Printed
in annual installments on fall to do.so. Judgement by default SHAW AND KOFELOUSOS, 142 St'7' Men's 100*. Nylon Our Ditcount P.Ice : Pillow Casei

May 1 of each ,of U... years will be taken against you West Call Street, .Starke, Florida { \7 Stretch Socks ,' w..96 i', { 100% fine cottoA.*
': 1973 to 2002, inclusive, all as for the relief demanded In the and file the original Ans- ( I I\ Attorted colort end p 42" X 36" Two.
more fully described: in the Petition. wer or Pleading In the Office 7 dnlgnbSlu.lOtal< 13, r 1h } per Teat. .
' Complaint filed herein and the This notice shall be published of the Clerk of the Circuit: \ tar Floral rlntt.-

- exhibits attached: thereto. once each week for Court on or before June 12, '
This Order shall be published four consecutive weeks In the 1972. If you fall to do so, judg- l SAYE N4 1 Adorn Hair Spray 13 n. ;r { SAVE 12$;
. In the manner reared Bradford County Telegraph. ment by default will be taken ,I v Self Styling, with touch tap! .

by Section 75.06 Florida Sta- Dated:: April 12. 1972. ,against you for the relief demanded : / Our Price Ditcaunt we. ,
tute.. In the aforementioned GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk In the Petition. Our Ditcount Price Our DiscountPrice .
Counties. By; Beulah M. Moody \ This notice shall be published : r w.. WN W9
DONE: AND! ORDEREDatTal- Deputy Clerk once: each: week for four Men's Dress

. lahassee, Florida, this 25th day 4/20 4t 5/11 (4)) consocutlve: weeks In the t Casual' Slacks Tarns Crime Rinse 8 ez. ,.;
, of April 1972 Bradford_County Telegraph t
Boys Better Aluminum
from I widection
BKN::.. WILLIS r -r Dated: May 8, 197Z. Choou ? Regular with Body or Lemon
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i .. of ,1. C 3-Pc. Sep .r r Webbed Chairs
Judge of the Circuit Court GILBERT S. BROWN ,
I. plods ttripetand ,
fur !.eon County Florida. NOTICE Clerk of the Circuit Court: 'J. ..lid.. All w Half/flare beau I...1001.& 2 pock pant r Our Discount .Sturdy heavy'uralnumfueinf.
SEAL) By: Betty! Edwards ,. ben.I.b": .
Longchamp: Homes Inc., has te,5k.l..r.dprin Prieswo)9t D.Irbl.robula*
A ti Deputy Clerk S.tet 2ate42. her, & mitching, belt. T ,
ue copy made Application to the Bradford //y arm toot. Wobl
.Attest: : County Zoning :Board for FIRST PUBLICATION: May 18, C. Rmpti.match..pant. In. U6I.nd
SII.l 4 '
Efferded Tablets 96's X b.eA,
S11ti 6 SenOur
Ibrtsfleld. 1972.
Paul F. toYET,164 ,
reclasslficetlon: of property; !u
,? d SA Clan. dip ran,., b:. SAYE l.W
Clerk Circuit Court described: below from Open Rural "5/11. 4t 6/I '- I
Leon County, Florida to HI-A. A parcel of land r Discount OurPries

/*/ Joy Gold tying In NWI/4 of ytneE Twp. IN THE THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Was Dlse.untPrlc wa,
It Is hereby certified that ilwy 301- Property bed OF FLORIDA IN AND
copies: of the foregoing Order ss Deerwood S/IJ containing 32 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY

and therein the have Complaint been furnished referred to to' lots. This change In classification : Cue'IN? RE'-The Marriage of HER. uicrsr (oyfr,3fU f srisr GKOWIHG UMIIY DISCOUNT swns tn HOUIDA i m IOUJHIMUH sum

the State Attorneys of the First, Is subject to a public BERT W. LAXTON, Husband
.Second.: Third Fourth Flit, hearing to be held on Tuesday and MARY ALICE LAXTON. .
SIxth Seventh Eighth Ninth, May 30th at 7:30: pjiu'ln the Wile. Jtt Wttl I IW JUVirit.* .
Thirteenth NOTICE >tm, *;*. t *r '"
Tenth, Eleventh Twelfth County Commission room at the OF SUIT reiM '
Fourteenth, Fifteenth Bradford County Court House TO; Mary Alice Lajrton "W .HtHHl rM* '

Sixteenth Seventeenth Eighteenth at which: time all persona interested YOU Address unknown SATISFACTrON CUAHAmUO OKlYP'UII MQNiY 1ACIC;
Nineteenth and Twentieth shall be heard for or ARE HEREBY NOT.
Judicial Circuits teas against the proposal, as specified "TED that an action for eIIvorce -
State of Florid. by: tttail thin In the Zoning Code of hag! been flied aftalnat t MANAGER
26th day of AprtL' { A. .D. 1972. Bradford County.; you and you are required to SPECIAL-50% OFF ON MANY ITEMS :

ARNOLD L. GREENFIELD, John Torode. Chairman serve a copy of your mitten .
..Attorney for Plaintiff Bradford County Zoning. defenses, If any to It on
Room 622 Larson Building ,HAW AND KOPELOUSOi;
Tallahassee, Florida S/1215/8 Attorneys for Plaintiff whose -SECONDS AND DAMAGED- j

5/4 3t 5'17MEARED address Is 142 West Call

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I i I Speaks To BY LINDA 0 COX .
f fN !:
e! Civilan Club BROOKER ELEMENTARYOn from the Post Offlce to RoyCarroll's BIRTHDAY with teserv1newasMriMury't'n.
I Tetstone.
May 3 Mr store where they were McRae celebrated -
n County law enforcement Wednesday, Little Shane Prayer List: Obella Tetstone
shown how a store Is operated
Scott's and Mrs. Hurst's classes Ms second birthday with a
I Polly Clark Monroe Barnes.
4. was the topic of traveled to Starke and attended .- The byre die store was party given at his,home Sat- Morris I Dyau Ernest
I w.1 Chief Deputy Dotph Reddish as a musical concert at led Roy Carroll.Operation urday afternoon. April 29. I
he addressed 18 Clvttana at of the cash register was Ann Klelnman and,-BlondaChavls. fit
I the Bradford High School Au- Games were played and prices -
their weekly breakfast Tues demonstrated by Kim Carroll.
ditorium. The concert was per- won by Lorrlanne Tetstone 1tf
day morning. formed by Die Bradford High Upon conclusion of the store Wendy Tetstone, Vickie Tet .r.ltahr ,
Reddish said to Insure ade- School Band under the direction tour the children and their supervisors stone and little Lonnie Tet- FAOCIIMATINO lit)
/<*late protection for Bradford were provided witha
of Dean Cassels, and was stone. "'
County two more deputies needto for enjoyment of all upper free soft drink by the gro Shan's 20guesta enjoyed cake, ti .It
be hired. This he said would Elementary grades In Bradford cery. Ice cream and punch served by .:
cost the county an additional County. The children certainly The children then returnedto his mother Mrs. William Mc- '.'
$20,000 which presently the .... enjoyed the concert and Mr. school bearing In mind the Rae. Assisting Mrs. McRae
L' -___ county; doesn't seem to be McKinney thanks Mr. Cassels educational benefits derived.At
both the Post Office and the to
able to afford. for his kind Invitation for'
Business Women Name OfficersNewly The deputy gave some of Brooker Elementary to attend store It had been emphasizedto s
the history of law enforce- the concert. the children that they needto By
ment beginning with the English Janelle ReeseIs learn such basic things as I JORDAIi 'eiRl
elected officers of the Stork Business and stated that many KINDERGARTEN NEWS reading, writing, figuring, and ;

and Professional Wam."', Club are ((1r) Mrs Ev.. of the terms and methods were Dental Mrs. Kahn's Kindergarten counting In order to be able 'W' .

lyn Hancy. pr.ild.nt; Mrs Frances Hamilton first still being practiced today. clans accomoenled bv Mrs. to conduct a business.VOLLEYBALL r 11 Ik01 i ii ,
vlce.presl ent; Mrs. 'Jo Ann Crosby, second vice- He also stressed the Importance Kahn and Mr. McKinney walked ,
Grad GAME 119
Lillian ,. of education! for law en- Hygiene downtown Brooker and were
Mrs. Pearson .
president; recording .ell
forcement officers In their conducted on a tour of the On Thursday, May 18, at one HOME: RUN' CHAMP
tory, Miss Della Rosenburg, corresponding secretary o'clock the girl students of
profession. Post Office and RoyCarroll's THE,
changing IN AMERICAN
and Mrs. tied, Klmmons, treasurer. rapidly Mrs. Janelle P.Reese,daugh- Brooker the fourth through the sixth r
store on Wednesday Who won lh .Aak 1.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Pollard .
will take the tea-
grades on ,
formerly of Starke and April 26. The trip proved Advised To Check Slides Talk Set the daughter-in-law of Mrs. educational for the children. chers, teacher aides, cafeteria other |pldy'er7Thpt\ ( great;.home v9
Employees workers, and other lady C6adlej
R.W. Reese, was graduated Saturday The tour through the Post Office run knK.! Bllbol, Ru'h' tit',course. nit:

Withholding Rate For Error On Korea Set cola Junior, April College 29, from of Pensa-Dental Postmaster was conducted W. by H.Brooker Hicks- school Newcombe employees volleyball.In game All parents of E. .r The t"llIllIt'IIItI'.10 II..ht'> tM.kIlw, ) Jimrs, crown mid, without was- I

assistance from Mrs. Er- and friends are Invited to Iwo) lit'
At 1st MethodistA with ('o-t"lmllll'illn| otlkT years
AU employees-, should take. ) wife does not work). Hygiene with an Associate of nest Edwards. Mr. Hicks explained attend. Johns and ('J.ll"'III'cWalk'r\ : the for the lit ,
a new look at their Income tax "If you look up your new Science degree. how mall and parcels home HIII 1'hnmplnnwhip| | in'lftlft \ivIS
withholding rate, according to withholding tax In one of the presentation of pictures Sunday, April 30, she received are received and processed by 1972 SUMMER SCHOOL AI ''ftIa Queetlasl3 when i-iirli/ mnn hit 11 homers; :Jd
advice from the Internal. Revenue new tables be sure to look and discussion of her recent her purple ribbon for the Post Office, Including determining Brooker Elementary School Ruth wntt the home rim ti-nder'\ MIn
Service. '-"If they don't In the column for your new trip to Seoul, South Korea will her cap and her Dental Hygiene ( postage, sorting will begin Its 1972 Summer HN w package policies inifl. 1:1!!) >. 1921. 1K.1.V! : IfllM.IflL'B. ,.
) many of them may have too number of exemptions," the be given at the First United pin In the Dental Hy mall, and placing It In proper School program on July 5, and are lr-7.! 11H8. VG9.! lijlii In >t t
much tax withheld, and consequently ins bulletin said. "If you area Methodist Church In Starke giene Capping' Ceremony. boxes or carriers pouch for the program will continue for appearing for offices, retailers 1.K!): II.. wm !Kiin:; tied MiMlu'rrronl \"
get: less take-home pay. one-Job single person or family Sunday at 7:30 p.m. by Mrs. During the time Mrs. Reese the general delivery mall. The 20 school days through Au- and wholesalers. in Ift:1I!: by tan Ohrig, '*t I
than they should," the IRS bulletin you will likely find that DeWitt Farabee. attended Pensacola Junior Col- children were shown the complete gust. 1. The Summer School ,They combine theft, public when 4'I'h:! .ni.irt') ronmvli-d' for t IfSI I
said. your withholding tax has been The wife of the church pas- lege she served as her class Brooker Postal opera- Day for students will be fora liability, and a great number 16 homo 1'1111''):',.nllll"'rt' Ki'i'iitV! .
A new law, the Revenue Act reduced because the law Increased tor Just returned from a treasurer for both years and tion. half day each day and will of optional >'l'lIr1110, IWtthen! ln, belled, 60' ,w
of 1971, corrects much of the the value of each with- month's visit of her sister InKorea. during her second year she The Kindergarten class moved be provided to students at no coverages homer. d! s.We >
under-withholding experiencedby $750 and served as treasurer of the Junior cost to the pupil. The Sum- with broad fire coverage
holding exemption to Her presentation wlllbe : tin l 1 IVIVPI n crowd, for a!
many employees last year Increased the standard deduct- a special church service Rev. American Dental Hyglene- mer School program will be at a 10 per cent to 20 per you, hut you n ill'always |I"> the, I >
according to the IRS and to do ion to IS per cent." Farabee announced.: Ist's Association of Pensocola. provided to students at no cost cent premium savins Doc* winner when fc'\linK:\ will) our v..

this It makes Important changes Although the withholding system Everyone Is welcome to attend She was a member of Phi Man to the pupil. The Summer the Charley E. Johns A<% firm.V<>"sHvlnllIn" | ('IIHh.nwrII'
In the- withholding has been Theta Kappa National Honor InjuredIn School program will be great .
system. Improved
greatly Invite buslneoo 'serene/ iiml, foci" that wl'. offer .J
"That Is why some employees It has not been found practicalto Society for Junior colleges and value to children age through geney .theerj' 'IM-HI /iiviilnhle.:, I lOiir.roiirlriMiH. 11
may need to change their with adjust It to cover the full was chosen from the top 10 Stabbing 12, and will emphasize Language firms to consult about, / frh-mlly, I ix'i'Hiimirl ore "!t.IIIII'H .
their of her class as a member Arts, Mathematics, Arts these paekltl'e'poll '
holding-- giving employers tax for single people who earn percent new | "ready/ In Ht""r .
a new Withholding ExemptIon more than $31,000 Of the spouse GOf-CBd. of Sigma Phi Alpha National and Crafts, also some organIzed lesT n.,.'!ht. "I
Certificate (Form W. does not work). These peoplecan Honor Society for dental At KingsleyJack games and leadership 1n t
4)). Increase their withholding OK's i Plant hyglenists. training will be provided. Bus
Some of the new law's pro- by claiming fewer exemptions In her spare time Janelle was transportation to Kingsley Lake Charley E. : ,
visions are: than they are entitled to, by l active In the Head Start pro- C. Thomas, Jr., 36, for Instructional swimming t'ifc,
One-Job families including asking for additional dollar amounts (From Page 1)) ject of Pensacola. Janelle Is of Raiford, has been removed be provided for those who desire JOHNS AGENCY ..tJ
.: single people) get an extra to be withheld or by the wife of Joey Reese who Is from the critical list at the it, every Monday Wed- suaas t'oaroA 'JXT: .
give of
exemption, called the special making payments on a Declaration tion's solving the na- presently a senior attendingthe J. HUlls Miller Medical Cantor nesday, and Friday. 131 Bo. Walnut St. t.II t.
withholding allowance." This of Estimated Tax. Twice coming the amount energy of crisis. University; of West Florida In Gainesville after being Parents will soon be receiv- Phone 964-8070 U.S. KU N03TH
Is not allowed to employeeswho energynow entered there Sunday followinga ing Information from the school : ;
"moonlight": on a second generaged Is expected to stabbing Incident at New concerning the entire summer PHON64.7300'I uI 1f 1n I
Job, or If both husband and HISTORICAL SOCIETYTO be needed within seven years Kingsley Beach\ about 8 p.m. program. Summer school will 1t I t
wife are employed. MEET MAY 18 in the United States. The governors discussed Sunday. w be a refreshing and reward- ... . .. .. .. &
--Additional exemptions (allowances The Bradford County, Historical dropping the service, but decided Clay County' Deputy Archie' Ing experience this year. We .f
) if will meet In other action Thursday, the to try It another year
are permitted you Society
Itemize large deductions for Thursdav. Mav 18. at 7:30 p.m. Chamber Board: at the request of several board .Thomas Padgett,said the Incident that according took place to encourage children to attend. :: i

charity, taxes, Interest medi- In the Starke library. "Members Was told the Chamber hasbeen members. Supt.Tom Casey said when he and two companionswere
cal expenses, etc. on your annual and guests are asked to bring notified by Commissioner 110 students were employed last "Jumped" by a groupof COMMUNITY '.
Income tax return. Items for a show and tell of Agriculture t Doyle Conner summer In the schools' ,work- unldcntifed men after one this Saturday night t
--The new rujes' explained session. that the new Starke State Far- study program and that he has of them had asked him what May 13, the will Volunteer be having Fire Department Its- r T
on the new Form W4whlchcanbe asked for funds to 60
mer's Market will be constructed employ he was laughing about. Tho- annual Fish Fry at the Park -t
obtained from. -the employer. In the near future. this coming summer mas said that one of his friends 6:30 til 8:30.: Tickets are $1.50 tfi

__ --SchedUled the June board Wilbur White, tried to help him, ,
"Be sure to claim all of the 2 Health Was told by Myers mat me adults; $1 children. Come out
exemptions or allowances you Coastal Plains Regional Commission meeting a week late, on June but during the ensuing alter- and support your Fire Dept. h.
8. cation one of the men stabbed
which Includes 38
are entitled to, the IRS ad-
vises. Under the old law, many Technicians northeast Florida counties Including President Maxie Carter Jr. Thomas In the stomach. The PERSONALS 9a
then left the premises
Bradford group and Mrs. W. C. Stal-
employees claimed fewer exemptions may prove thanked the governors for their,
lit order to offset the method for obtaining Federal best attendance\ at a board meetIng I before anyone could identity'S'rthem naker visited friends at Bron-
Jobs QpenTuApplications Nnds Into the area tortrahilng, in office.ihe. or -t their car.taanum-: son Saturday afternoon April
shortcomings of the old with- since!! he has been ELEANERs.,4I'J: J
at Ber, Ihonjis said{ ; :
holding tables. This will not education highways, Industry, ,. 29. Afterwards 4hey- traveledto VACUUM "
be necessary under the new etc. Purpose of the commission : 'B.B.: Hels'abeck, manager of Cedar' l Key where they'en- ..
law for employees who are for two personsfor Is to Improve the economyof New Kingsley Beach, attempted joyed a delicious seafood plat- ,
employment as mental depressed areas by bringing O1d1VJnE/l ter. On Sunday April 30 they t
single and earning less than to break up the fight and
$25,000, or married and earn- health technicians are being them up to the national averages was struck during the scuffle, had as dinner guests Mr. and Sates And Service
ing less Ulan $31,000( (and the accepted by the Bradford County Myers said Padgett said.Thomas Mrs. A. B. Adams and son Bob

Mental. Health AdvisoryCnmmfttAa. -Decided to again ask mem- by, Mr and Mrs. Cecil Stal-
-- according in.JnI1n- 1 1nb1 was brought to the naker and David Stalnaker.
bers to list
Snell; a member:of the com Jobs for teenagers possible with summer the s .y Bradford County Hospital for ,That afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Free penwnstration..ll.l f

JacksonvilleBusiness mitt... Chamber offlce Ina surveyto emergency treatment before W, C. Stalnaker visited friends ''r .
These positions deal with be mailed with Thursday's being transferred to the Med In Lake City. Your Home ,'IH. .f( .
working with the mentally 111 minutes. Only 30 Jobs were ical Center In Gainesville His Mr and Mrs. A. L, Green 1./ :J
of Bradford County., Home visitations listed last year Myers said. condition was reported Wednes- and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges NO OBLIGATIONS I
"The best kind of blind
and written report day morning as being Improvedand along with Mrs. Pearl
are key functions of the Jobs, and the Chamber needs more faith U blind to other he had been removed from Markey, attended the Parrish CONVENIENT TERMS a '
says Snell. to make It summer jobs listing faults... the critical list. reunion at Little Springs Churchon

There are no set educational effective. Sunday May 7. '
Directory requirements. The Job ,- Mrs. Amanda Lewis and Mrs. WINKLER ELECTRIC

calls for persons InterestedIn I Iva Mae Lewis enjoyed vacationing -

working with people and being I at Lake Geneva last PlIONE 964.7596
week. On Saturday afternoon
Auto Sales and Service dons. Mrs. Lamar Hall and childrenof

A three month training period IhrIL' Gainesville visited with them .-

Parrish MotorsSALES with partial pay Is required 0'.'" ....... ...... ..... __ .
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before entering the community wv :*awww,*+SdR.1eShe'll ;W ;;:;:;;:;:;;;:;:;:;:;:;:': ;:;:;:;:;;: '=';:;:;: ;;:;:;: ;:;:;:;:;::::::::: ::::::::::::::),:::::::::::::: :,:.: ;:::::..'.'

as a mental health technician.
Applications must be completed f

PARTS SERVICE VOLVO of the In the Advisory presence Committee.members Interviews S p .e cia l : 4 4i.

will be given May

Always GooJ U..d CarsV21 13-17 from 3:30: to 5:30: p.m. ",
Laura For further information,Snell ) : \ : i.
St. Pk. 3M-MM r

AUTO PfAVYBrethon ELECTRIC *""* phone to KnIght says 5 P.m.,contact 964-7732 county John Mrs.health from Snell.Arlen 9 nurse phone a.m.Mc- r I! .1f-,{'DTtl, 'jtJ lAY: 'G"'lfT J

964-5084 after 3 pan. or :: .
Electric 5
Co., Father Cregan phone 964- 5fe Ii

Altvrnetor Starter 6153 after 5 p.m. _
Generator Regulators Bradford Is a member of' a : i Enjoy Cooking WIth'T'w .

10-county; chachement area ; ,
AUTO ---- TRUCK based In Alachua County.; It is .
DIESEL an attempt to establish mental Of M Chef J ":: t !
health on a local basis with Magic ogre f
() :
Lenox Av. Jo*. care In the home.Federal funds j
387.2528 support the effort. It Is felt t ; i ir

PIANOS that many mentally! ill persons -

can remain in their home f .... I t ..1
YAMAHA PIANOS community, If proper care can r# \ : r", t ,' I I
be given, thus relieving the I
state's overloaded mental CLOCK AND TIMER J

health Institutions. OVEN WINDOW'AND' LIGHT s

a SmithCoronafor GREAT AUTOMATIC ,

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h' .MdaMrthMn.hro. :: lInIwd.H.C"I. Chefs cook with I
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c n 'r S.C. ""V u. :'.1:7.d llB Old Marks And Brands Tell Interesting Story>> u i.i.., a8eim. R H N C. O..m. +;:Tt '.. I

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Branding animals wttiJ': a hot '.;

I I"* 110 they can uUy ATlUIiGIIDUNION
identified la rarely used now EAR MARK
by owners of cattle and other .OWNER AND BRAND
livestock, but marktnx and All EA };
branding with other device. fa
still a common and useful practice VOCAIIONAL-IKHDICAL CEN1I
in Florida and other. live- 'c/Y j2.

stock-growing' states. : ,p-l' Gcf ,

of called Among branding freeie-brandlng.the more.Is a modern new system which ways Re.c tC V ...Ir1 !?"','q ..1,1IoAA....{ 3"l SAFETY EDUCATION

Is considered more .
Some livestock owners cllnme>> i : THIS COURSE COVERS THE CLASSROOM: :
W e-.p
c.. < "" ./_tt
I tal tags Into the slashes' ear. jL --i- "' I INSTRUCTION FOR DRIVER EDl \TION
while others cut In the

t ears, or mark the horns. Other / ;ifIU.J -:'':.
dLv'- ,
I, branding techniques;..Include, > --- PUASICAU 964-6150 ;

chemical marking'system and / (J- FOR FUTIIER I INFORMATION ';.,.
use of an Indelible tattoo., :tGd.. :
', :
The branding! and marUng .,

of ever.cattle One Is of no the new earliest thing brands, how ..73 oe A/ (> "It "_' U p"/JI' ., ? --.........................._....._.......- ,..-.

ever recorded was found In .
Egypt and dated from a period )0. a -. .
approximately 21000yearsB.c. $' ; .
CA--y V .
: ,
The early history of brandIng /7 : ':

I practices In Bradford County lff l't /L- ( ua-'r-.CJ ,t/t/ -
; < /4-
I; may be found Ina record ; {, -"" ;' { r .I -
book kept In the clerk's office II -
) .
at the new courthouse. Recorded \ / .rJ / U/I" .
therein are the names and ca ,. -: __ c.. "-(1l..v1' V J- 1-("(. <-..... oe/V .. .
descriptions of the marks of : --
and brands of several hundred R 7'r-l.::: .- -
farmers who used such de- (t' '; ") 1@ <:_ / ?/ --

vises during the period from' .- .
1876 to 1948 when this function dI-I' .
was taken over by the state. y-f f --

The that oldest of Noah entry Geiger In the" bookIs recorded A. (/ (P Of-, i A Young World : : 'i .

on April 3, 1876. The : :..:, :

ear markings for his livestock : Musical : "," '; : :

were described as: "Crop and Two of Oldest Entries in BrAdford's Marks rnd Brands Record Book ... ', ''., -
bit In one ear and underslope ':. .
In the other." The entry was : Otis .::
made by Benjamin E. Tucker Initials of the owner. turtes B. C. there Is preservedas Latin crosses and Identified tire Doyle Conner has requested frees, can be ascertained. Un- by Skillings .. .: i
; who was clerk of the courtat a tomb painting the picture the cattle of. Cortez when he that all cattle brands be der Florida law, marks and ; ;:- -
that time The practice of branding has of an ox with Its brand landed In Mexico and brought registered' with the Florida Department brands are renewable every' : 8:00 PJW. ;)',.1.,",' -
t Others recordlngearlymarks! been noted In many ancient I hieroglyphics. The flrstbrand along Ms own livestock. of Agriculture so that five years without cost.Thereis j" :
; and brands 'In Bradford County; civilizations. In one Egyptian Introduced Into the western hemisphere brands no longer used or cat- however, a $1 fee to register MAY 11-12 ,!." :

, included Francis Andrews Ma- tomb dated 17 or more cen- comprised three Commissioner of AgrlculSummer- tlemen no longer In the bus- a new brand. N ':". ,

disc R. Beasley. John B. N --

Crews. John H. Dowling Christopher : By TheYOIJTHCHOR -:' .... :
'N. ".r gorse .
Frazier .
1 ,
I School Plans ;" .
Daniel B, Knight LemaeL B.
Rhoden, John Tallafernv William '
R. WhItehead, and Henry I ?; '::::q I

I F. York.t .
t York was clerk of the courtIn -
1877, and 'recorded most of Set; 1st Dietician HiredA : W TIIK: :' :

the entries listed here. : :. :
One of the last entries madeIn : First Church .
I the book before the state dietician was employed and plans quest, a project determination Baptist :
took the recording request of the State Department : '. :
over process set for the 1972 'summer program at the
of Education to see If the vo-
two marks for hogs
I recorded was On March 6,1948 forE May 2 meeting of the Bradford school tech area will qualify for more : STARKE.\ : FLA. '', ::

D. Allen, of Hampton'who board. state construction funds. M__._-_.__._..__.._._.._......._o_.!i.,..1-+

"is now serving Con n1seioertl.on the'Board' The and dation of the new BHS addi- -.. ............... .... .... .... ... ....' -
of County; A dietician was employed wwwwwwdUk xxxxxxx>
The bid $1 under the
tion. was
markings were described' as:' plans set for the 1972 summer .
"Crop and swallow fork In each program at the May 2 meeting maximum of StOOD allowed by t
ear" and "Swallow fork and Post 56 Commander Bill Scogglnt, right, receive of the Bradford School Board.' the board. A 30-day time extension -
under bit In each ear" membership award from District Commander JohnsonE. "It will upgrade our over-all was also approved
." Davisroan food systemSupt.. Tom Casey Trust because of the delayIn ) X
It was Pie custom for each laying the foundation, but
livestock owner :to work> out ,Morgan said'the KH contractor -'.
I: i : .. an original combination-of'the1 ;or. 11! Administration Is ahead'Of schedule 'hO I Ir 'f ,Jfian
at' the Veteran's
marks mat would not conflict }.)( SupportsNew: / Hospital .In Gainesville, and probably won't need the
.f, with those recorded by other has been hired by Supt. Caseyto extra time. *.< !
t livestock owners. HereAmerican direct the school system'scounty -Approved payments to Triest
Federal Cemetery Co. of $37,337 on the middle
i' The same names for marks ; wide food program. She
which were used In the descriptions Is the first qualified dietician school building, bringing the
back In 1876 were of to be employed In the county; total paid the firm on the BMS
Leirfnn Post !SB voted on at the Department
total ,
addition to $135,766 a
I still being used In 1948. Besides Is supporting federal legislation Florida level at the American school system. Salary for the on ."-10'
contract of $419,595. Approved
those already mentioned set at $8,900 by Supt.
t calling for establishment Legion's annual convention Job was
I there were the under square of a new national cemetery In June 7-11 In St. Petersburg! Casey and approved by the payment the high to Triest school of addition$27,946on &k A Tell City ;01' .,
I over square' bullet hole, splits the State of Florida to be located school board.A .'*'ot.;.
under 7, and cross niches. on a 500-acre site In The resolution was presen- summer school program bringing the total paid on that .
ted to and approved by over July 5 and ending August rocker will
starting "
I Most brands listed In the Camp Blanding. building to $41,000 on a total .
100 Legion and Auxiliary members 1 was approved by the
contract of $239,000.
,, early records- consisted of the Post 56 unanimously passeda at a District 4 meetingat board. Supt. Casey pointed out -Was told thata meeting wouldbe '.'''J' '
.* resolution presented by Post Post 27.541 In Ocala on the board has "thoroughly re- held last Thursday with For- make Mother'sDay -

The Ignored problem doe. Commander Bill Scoggins at a Sunday April 30 where Com- viewed" the summer program rest Hills Construction Co. representatives :
District 4 meeting In Ocala on Adjutant Pete last and said plans for .. ,
not necessarily go away. On mander Scoggins, year and school officials :. ) : '
the. other hand. (it happen April 30. Witt and Historian John Grew this summer are essentially on closing out the third more ,.- '. ".
often/ enough lo justify giving represented Post 56. the same as last year's, Including phase of construction on the
The resolution will next be
.the treatment a brief trial. the popular swimming vocational-technical center. At than 'h*'
ac Commander Scoggins was c\JF4 amemory .
n> ,
program. that meeting school officials received '.*.:*I '- ''
oresented a 100 per cent award Teachers must have at least
r---------------, of Florida Com- a complete release from --"tr ,
by Department
50 students per day for full Forrest Hills of Jacksonvilleon : '
mander Johnson E. Dovish salary otherwise they will be the building after chargingthe & : !:\ ; ':
meaning Post 56 has been held paid on a percentage basis com construction firm $3,060
Look Your Best! at Its previous year's level pared to the 50 they should liquidated! damages for being ,
J while Scoggins has headed the have In attendance. About 120 '' '. '
153 days ;late in completing
I organization. Post 56 has a Instructors and other personnel hor- : t' ,
j at uiJuniorSenior. I membership of 204, two more will be employed In the ticulture construction dome.on \ \\ .

. than last year.Day program. -Told Mrs. N. W. Scott that .
I Il Academic emphasis will be ':'null
: two annual contract ,
mathematics and ,'
placed on because .
at BHS were not rehired -
l Prom. CareMeeting science Emphasis will also of certification deficiencies 'af.,.;
0.. be placed on readying the high In the areas In which they This year, give Mother happy years! of comfort; ,;ST j':;:
school for Its five-year accreditation -
Set were teaching. Supt. Casey said and not t hours with ':
I survey."I he .Is obligated by state regu- beauty just! ,happy ordinary $ .'

I thought we had an outstanding lations to employ fully qualified Mother's Day Kifts. Get the family toKuthur and .:. '
Welargest.have Cahm..vWVa 'J I Persons Interested In establishing program last summer personnel when available ;" "

eel.etioe ; a day care centerIn ," Casey told the board and said they are now avail- buy her a genuine Tell City rocker. Wo have thearea's .
ot' of
State *?
f AL \ Bradford County; are urgedto members for able. Mrs. Scott presented a .
call sfjlection.
Education regulations biggest Authentic Early'American
attend a special meeting at petition protesting termination v i iV

i I Formal Rentals 7:30: p.m. Monday RJE, May 15, at 3.3 per units cent be of allocated regular Instructional to the- of employment of the two teach styling in solid hardwoods. A choice of beautiful ., -
I II the vacant ElementarySchool
, on Pine Street In Reno, summer program the supt. ers.Was told by Casey that four prints tweeds and solid color upholstery fabrics. ?*!':!' .
according to Rev. DeWlttFarabee said. new school buses, ordered ..,".
I. I Bradford County; Chlldren.1 In otter action May '2, the four months ago have arrived Nicely built and balanced to keep on rocking .ic ..
,, ..j.- ,
f school board: P "
Committee member. and have, at Casey's orders
. when Mother
BLACK tingle or doubl. The Children's Committeeand -Awarded bids on hardware replaced the four oldest buses Grandmother. ..
e .breasted wide (door knobs etc.) for the new -' ".
I peak lapels a group of parents In the BhLS which were pre-1960 models.
i she ped COB t 1I I Reno area have combined forcesIn BHS and additions to Quality Under the board's program of MXJ
I an attempt to establish a day ; Hardware.Jacksonville for purchasing! four new buses J :". ;
I WHITE .InI.:'doubl.; r I II I' care center for working mo- $7,600. The bid was within the every year each bus will be \ .'.;
thers. The two met allowance according to Architect replaced five years. \ -
breasted wide black groups every
I peak lapels .- I Monday night In a preliminary Don Morgan. for Chairman Rodney Hall pointedout l" I ;\ .
-Awarded bids for carpet \
,planning session. adding that drivers shouldbe Sk ,
1 'i Next Monday's session will two new additions to McKesson ontent: with that replace- r i1' }%::
Silks &ColortenasFlare :
I i Bobbins, a Jacksonville drug ment schedule .
I be devoted to organizing a day
firm, at $20,675 $11,000 under -Approved assignment to two ; :
.' Bottom Tux Pants I care association which anyone 'the allowance. Architect Morgan '- school buses to the BHS band ::x-:
Interested can Join and pay .Is .
said the floor covering ,
for a trip to Gainesville for
small Such
dues. structureIs
a ;
found to
I of superior quality;
the state and then to
I A Rev. Farabeesays contests Boston "0.'.r, Cushioned, Comfoftnbi eln'Im' PevmhouwR
swan deporft win boU y.ur.el.ctton. necessary. for to hold
necessary Panama for overnighttrip .
to receive Federal City; an mlny'nI.11 Boston choice PtddiubiicH parr .' .
r up in schools. Bids on carpets on May 10-11. BHS Principal from of fabric* 'from roc heir i r
matching funds and write regulations of less.r quality were turnedApproved : !''
: ; COME EARLY! and by-laws by which to down he life!. ; request Charles and said Francis 17 chaperones made the $59.95 $89.95 $69.95 $79.95 $74.95 .!'

: I While Selection I* Good t operate-The 'group the center.Is hopeful Rev, middle- school a addition change In floor the will accompany the students. ... .'. ."

i: ,*. Farabee says, of receiving the covering at a saving of$2,000by Chairman-Approved Hall a that request he and At-by OTHCB BOSTON KX3E5 $34.95 .;:; .
, week from going back to 'fJQ'l.be.to. Gene Shaw attend Florida
. funds last requested torney a : ;
I the Bradford County; Commission. But then the board had School Board Association .. ., v.;:
to spend the $2,000 saving on meeting home rule. : -
on .i :t

: Sta. 'n I II duct heater work to replace and new open type; flame gas -Authorized; between the a survey middle of school property ate '. v- ', .

I Drag Sometimes* we* weader* about heaters addition Department In student the of Education middle areas.school State regulation where and vo-tech an easement center to determine should be omrt"n e Denmark Furniture Co. Of Starke -

placed: for utility lines, as recommended -
I .1, .' ". oI t the people .hi the commercials now prohibit open flame by Attorney Shaw,
who tea a they are lICIt professional heaters In student occupied areas who said be did not have necessary .
I DOWNTOWN'is j w. UTOVXRSJTT AVK.AND.'GAINXSYILLB 1 I. actors. Wouldn't! .ft Morgan said adding heagreed Information to write ,, .'
I with the change.
1 ;' : : MALL require| a certain oUM nt of' -Approved additional paymentto the-Accepted easement resignation of five

I I TOfeislonaUsm to answer se Triest Construction Co. of teachers who are moving from IU W.CALL IT. '1tOtt! H4-SS27 LTARae FLORIDA..:p.L;
{ GAINESVILLE, FLA. aprefeMtocuUT $5,899 to Install a well point the area ,

.'-____.... ____ ... ..______.J, drainage system for the foun- -Approved, at Casey's ...- .>

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Inmate Pouitrymen Told To Organisefrom ,-------------------------,

I Indicted. ( Peg. 1)) and greet politicians are goats' 1 /

i (torn'Poge I 1)) '..-i People don't J1* lawyers Shaw no way stated I can flatly.alt on"There's every' !1 OMNI COMMUNlcaTlgNS !1
said Attorney Shaw. "But let front porch In six counties,.*
A. Moor of Jh Bradford I
me tell we'
you got a strong he pointed out.
i WM ty Sheriffs attempting Department.to IIr' &1obb1. We lUck to 1ber. So Letters he read with the most 1: "Better Service Through Honesty" .
ford for' drlnktiv at the dentists. doctors and en.gtneers. were regard from when organizations in Tallahassee 1 'II 1

j: of 0* incident.Eighteenyearold. '-wJI.y tur.T" ,you people ta big with a strong, united speak voice .

Moody; was placed on As to poultrymen' who can'tmeet the Florida veteranof Legislature slxyears; pointed In the out. 1 Sales & Service I
for three years tor Judge mortgage Shaw
,following presentence told the payments Feed companies! the attorney 1 *
gation. Moody pled cuU (4 I used several story times he Mid about he'd a said, ". are In the business : c' 1, 1
breaking and entering the chicken farmer who borrowed of selling feed. They use the -11-
ford Middle School r $85.000 to double Ms opera fanner's''land, Us capital, but v-1
1)71. than In hopes of double PI'O' ts. when the feed company, can't 1
As partof the probation, The tanner did this a few make money selling feed the ,
Crew ordered Moody to yean back when be had four company loser Interest Shaw 1 ,. It ,
work full time or go to nouses. Profits were good and said. I 8"9 & wMo :
full time. Moody he built tour Taylor backed SI\a"1IP.POint- ,
more nouses.
.... .._
lug out that feed .1
of school at the end companies
ninth high grade. I M t 9 Now' Shaw said, that poul- supplying chickens to growers 1: tv & ''-jf/ .
Willie Osby. 51, was r tryman has a contract which can recover some of their Iou 1 ;;;: :
gives him I
tenced to the county ; a profit, but on the birds or eggs with profit
11 months and 20 days L his mortgage payments have on feed but when the pro. 1 '
pled guilty to breaking not gone down with his pro tits get too tight,; the companies --
: flts. get out. 1I
tering. .
broke Into "There was a time In 1970 : Sa'" :
Osby a car Florida wholesale egg prices I
when .f
ing to Carlton Meng this .farmer (who Shaw were at 49.8 cents per dozen ,*
camera worth:$179 was Ricks seated. Jimmy his did not name) could have. paid In January 1970, Taylor also I
Jimmy four
A charge of grand Register ; houses off, free and In I
Catkins, pointed out. February -
standing. clear.
torney.Osby dropped. by' the' pro : Randy "The most money I ever borrowed March prices 1970 to fell 35C to and 43.8Ct.tn in May 1 ., ., Story & Hlih I II
T. :
said that he never was for my home, Shaw 1970 were down to 20.tC. In .. ., I
have done It If he hadn't said. "I still worry*bout meet F
Athletes To Attend Camp lug those payments. How June 1971 wholesale egg prices I .
drinking. were still lower at 18.3C(! ,
Bennie Kite, 20, was people borrow $65,000 or$75,- per doseD and In April and the 1
tenced by Judge.Crews to of Bradford cording to Coach Mike Sexton. 000 I don't know." first of May this ;year are ,
years at hard labor after 44-member Fel- Cost for each athlete to attend But the theme Shaw stressed hovering. Just above 204. 1 \ '
bug guilty to breaking Athletes the summer camp Is $90. the most was for poultrymento I 964-469 1
, tering. Kite was on camp June To finance the camp the athletes organize. "Help make your In general it costs an egg trSW.PnlltSnet :
at the time of the Mountain N. C. sponsored an Ugliest Man Industry become more solvent producer: 30 to 31 cents to 1
a similar charge.Judge ...Jimmy Ricks, On Campus Contest, In which and more able to meet your produce a dozen eggs, Taylor I .'::i 11 t
said that be would track Jimmy people voted with money. They, needs. points out, leaving the grocer "
a minimum security; ; Randy ;CasMns sponsored a trash can sale In The old days when people a six to 10 cent loss per I------------- ---- .-1
do everything be could to Steve. Register March and April, and raised could sit on their front porch dozen.
Kite. enough money to send threeboys
Gary Weglng 18, and Includes to camp. The First United -
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volved with Kite In the varsity ac- sponsoring one boy.

November.of Kenneth Judge Phlfler's Crews home For A Summer Without tThe Sizzle

Weglng 'on probation Earn Straight A 9s .
months and ordered
pay $75 restitution to
Bradley Is now ,In the (From Page 1)) .
vice. Judge Crews said --'T'
"had no objection to a are world Crawford Sandra Cuffle, Gray : I
man going Into the pri'f, science, Yo- Mary Goodge, Linda ,
but that Bradley would Harris
, restitution of $75 to teachers Gayle Hatcher, Dore- 1- .
victim and $100 'expense and PE.; tha Hudson Karen Ilutchlns, -IDmmmf'
j the public defender." third time was Donna Melvin, Lane Powell,

", would said. close the case, the DeWitt, daughter Farabee of Emily Kerry Williams Rodrique; Gerald Tony Stone Williams I

Williams.Sylvester .
.'I In cases arraigned subjects are
morning, Ronald Eugene science B
and ,Joseph, A. ,Troncoso compo- Davis ROOM AIR
not guilty by reason of history
ity to assault Upon an
by a state prisoner. Judge making the honor A-B
ten ordered trial set for first time was SophomoresCarol Beam c' Right /
son of Mr. and Eddie Blalock Renee Carter '
29.The two are charged of Starke. Jimmy Davis, Jeanie Faulk

Vincent saulting Wilcox Correction: with glass are ,algebra PE, chor-n, Stephen Lisa Newman Hall,, Geraldine Debbie Napier Tucker -, You Can Get A Famous Room Air Conditioner

a broom stick.- .. Jency Watson. At The Lowest Prices Ever Offered.

Luis Martinez and A-B We've Taken Inflation Of heat.Don't
levine both pled guilty to the A-B hon .
cape from the Florida fifth slx-weeK FreshmenSteven Alglere, Let Another Summer Come And Allow
Prison and were-each were: Benny Carter, Randy Chltty: ,
' ced "to .an additional Susan Faulkner Eve Futch,Susan The Heat And Humidity To Ruin Your Sleep
A-B Hewitt, Jean Hlggtnbotham,
. months at hard labor.
short Carl Hunalnger, .Donald Kelly, And Your Disposition _
After a discussion ,,'
I I bert Bruce plednot Joy Lalne, Sandy; Mann, Debra '' t d ... r The"People'Who Still "BuiLl" .*;*"r... .
escape from FSJV: Bruce Andrews, Manning, Randy Martin Debbie Lei Us .T'T'&> a1Wrialt' Out
h pled guilty toleaving; Bernard Brown, Mitchell, Joy Saxon, Joy Starling Them Like They Vied To!"
at the Garden' Stella Costello Randall Thomas, John Tyson -
Be'VerlyCrowell, Ricky Wilkerson, Sharon Of Your Summer With
stiff.said "that He"Escape said .that was he Sharon Elland Williams, Diane Yawn.Lataln More People I I I Put Their Confidence I, I In CarrierThan :

escape he didn't have any Lee Harden- B Central Or Room In \n Other Make.
to go, but Just .went to Henry, Joan Cooling > .
and downtown. ,', Lester,Cleve- HerresBradford
!y After Judge Patten told Overstreet, 5,000 btu's Without Thermostat $ 99.00
that he would have to Linda Pow ,
James Tom- .1' 5,000 btu's. With Thermostat 139.95..
1 plead guilty or not. h I
I escape, Bruce said not Cheryl Bal- Schools il 11,000 btu': it. .. . 239.95

j 1 Trial Larry was Gene set Anderson for May, Get $196,139April ', JIIIIIIII"" IJIII"" ;::1 I I 19.000 btu s . . . 269.95

Lee Keene, and Harold L B Allocation t 1"1"i, 24,000 btu's --. : 349.95'

to Raudabaugh escape from all FSP.pled Keene not Algiers 26,500 btu' . 479.95

!1 tered Insanity.his As plea with''on all the Barksdale, Florida's April's state 67 school allocation districts to Sleep. Cool For Only $99.00 30,000 btu': -. 499.95

cases, trial was set May Donnie totaled $55 million Comp .
Jlmmle R. Simmons, troller Fred. O. (Bud) Dick
mon Hamm, Clyde Ray inson Jr. reported with Brad- r

man not ,guilty and Warren,to escape..;i Yopp from all pled guilty ford County receiving$190,139.
FSP Nelson" Frances.;< }- Laird, PSI assault was ordered.(with a 671 Clay while County Union received received$376-$80- Central Air Conditioning Is Less Than You Think -

pled not guilty;,to attemped pled guilty to 894.The

pled cape guilty.and Cull Tey nno reportedly Jesus ordered firearm by the In funds minimum Included foundation$48.5 million allocations Consider The Fact That The Value Of Your Home Is Increased By At Least As Much ,;lt ,;!

walked out of, .the.front ; $3.7 million in supplemental As You Plus Less ., '
at Raiford. pled not guil appropriations; and Pay, Expensive To Operate Per Square Foot Of Cooling.
J. Arthur Cohen pled of a moon- $2.8 million from the county
guilty to receiving stolen case of Eddie school tax fund. No Cold Nor Hot Just Even Comfort Throughout ;,' > "
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Kathryn Culoh pled was passed. Te tear Grandpa tell M. 1.,,.,, 't\-," ".
possession of containers (not prosecuted they dMia-t clot the schoolen Your Home "p;.',:"
In sale of moonshine and were Claude L. account ef the. weather
session of moonshine with statu wbea he was a boy. Instead
and a PSI was ordered by Kllng S. Grlffls, they moved It M he would cslor<
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I II r _____ Qu Iify For State Go :

Bradford thlnolads

finished fourth a-

1 j mong 24 schools In
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regional competition
I at Winter Park Saturday -
/ qualifying T.1l ale L, 4v

: : eight boys for the

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t fi Class 3-A crown with 76 point) *.

.I i s Osceola was a distant second
with 40. Brooksville Hernandowas ?
third with 33 points and w
BUS fourth with 30. iiJk

Members of' the Keystone track team going to the state finals Friday;ar. (from First four finishers in each

L.-R.); Mark Mordente, Tommy Erb, Kenny Belote, Bobby Hurnor, Litton Pickron, event Saturday won the rightto w'v
and Danny Babb. compete In the state finals 4a I

i Not pictured her It Westlev Brewer. set Park.this QuallfylngfromBHSwere Saturday In Winter I

Jimmy Andrew in both the
high and low hurdles and mile
relay; Jimmy Ricks In the high w
KH Qualifies 7 jump; Vernon Barber 880 relay a
and mile relay; Levy Lennon -
880 relay and mile relay
Malachi Henry 880 relay; and

Donnle Burch.a'new mile relay. Hurt credit the improvement In the patting gam mainly to better pass protection as shown here.Hwse's .
Ricks set regional record
; For State MeetWith In the high Jump clear-

Ing 6-1/4. The old record stoodat
6 feet. The Junlon at BUS
\ has Jumped 6-2 this season. Tornado GriddersImproving

,. this onlv their flrstvear Steve Byrd placed sixth In "Bab' has a real good shot Jimmy Andrews set a new*
!I.L in track. Kystone tiilnclads the mile and the 880 relay at a. first place finish in the school record In the 180 low t
finished third In district com- team finished third. high hurdles. lie ran a 18.2 hurdles with a 20-flat to place
I petition qualifying seven boys "All of the boys did real In the highs Friday but on the second. Henry Lamb of Haines
q for the 'state meet to be held well," said Indian Coach Roy Mayo track the runners begin City won the race with a 19.6 Defense
"On better track on'' the curve and this slows Passing
in Winter Park Friday. Bayless. a clocking.
As expected Branford won the times will Improve a lot. times down considerably. "Andrews would have been In i 3

the District 3 Class A champIonship I the 19s." said Loper. '"U It
In Mayo Friday with wasn't for the wind.
120 points.) The host Mayo team Baby Griddets.Impress High winds gusting up to 35 "Our passing game has Improved Letterman Bobby Dyal and Nurse, Vernon Barber Dennis of work and with 'hls-'speed, .,
was"B'Wstant ,second-with 70*".I- .. _1 mph, sprinters>> Saturday ; -- >> without a doubt and.our' Gary'Melvtn have shown good "'Crawford and Wayne Lambus' 'could Jea. rear,($sset' to the. :J.
1/% points, while the Indians and kept timed high, preventing defense has also made con- Improvement the past week at have shown marked Improvement ,team. *. '" *
were,third with 63 1/2. many records from fall siderable Improvements" defensive tackle according' to and more quickness than Offensively; Hall has 'iso

First and second place finishers Hwse ing.In says Head Tornado David Hurse Hurse. Register and LeRoy last vear. shown marked improvementat
In each event won the ) the h'lgh hurdles Andrews as spring football practice at Davis are also competing fora "Carl Luther has been sick the running back, position,
right to advance to the state finished ''fourth In a time of BHS enters Its third week. starting position at tackle quite a bit recently and Early according to Hurse, along with

finals. Keystone qualified coven JV football gridders are in and looked impressive," Hurse again 14.7. Lamb first In of 14.6.Haines The City second was "One of the most pleasant "The situation at monsterhas Chandler a ninth grader and Barber at ru lback.' '

boys in seven events for their second week of practice I/ said. place finisher was clocked In surprises this spring has been. improved" Hurse said Chuck Norton 10th have shown "Our passing game is Improving -
the state meet in ,Winter Park at Bradford High School and "First Harold Davis an Identical 14.7. Steve Register at the defen- "Gray Flynn and Keith Tet- good improvement at nose man without a doubt,"Hurse'
Friday May 12, beginning at 4 seem to be impressive to year sive tackle position." Hurse stone have both shown marked said Hurse. said. "Eddie flaxen and
looked real good at tight "
Tornado Coach
According to
p.m. for the preliminaries and Coach David Hurse. "He doesn't have the speed, Improvement the past week. Charlie Green are throwingthe
end position said Hurse. George Loper the most exciting Wayne Tetstone, Billy Big- "Also showing
good Improvement
field events. There 57 out and He added that Nichols but he Is playing his positionwell. ball better but prinarlly
are boys also Johnny race of the meet was ham and Steve Strickland are this week have been Tim
Danny Bab led Keystone runners only four hive quit during four a first year player was the mile relay. The first four all playing well at cornerback. Crews at corner and safety. our pass" protection lu much

with first place finishes practices, the Coach noted. Impressive. Ran- teams finished In 3:26.: "Randy Casklns is also doing At linebacker according to Stewart, Strickland Ronnie Hall better
In both the high and low hur- Nex t week the team will be "Two-undred pounder) first "You could have covered the particularly well at defensiveend. doesn't have the experience and Tim Clark. "We're also spending more
dies. Bab was also on the sprint working on who is going to play dal Hudsonis out for first four teams with a blanket I said Hurse "But with a lot "Tim will be a senior and time on It," chuckled Hur.e.Koch's .
medley relay team ;along with In what position. Lately the ;year and" gave me a good Impre- ," Loper said. Casting an experienced
Wesley Brewer Kenny Belote Baby Tornadoes have been ssion. said Hurse. "Mark letterman.

and second BobbyHurner a time of 3:14.that placed and working the in backs groups going of over the" line'the Bruno class looked also good In the in 200 practice pound" ing.Bishop first Moore with of a 3:26.3 Orlando: clock-finished Casklns According and to Brad the coach Carter, both are Leads Women Play ;I Iman

fundamentals. "Eighth grader Samuel Pin- holding down Starting positions. ) ...
"Gary Wallace a 230 pounder man looked good in practice Osceola finished second In Both Greg Reddish and .
played football last ;year along with"ninth grader Danny 3:26.4 and Haines City thirdin Don Loper are showing good Koch's Drugs now leads the straight loss, 20-0 In two Innings ands Sandra Ebllng each
I and should lose about 20 Anderson said Hurse. 3:26.7.: BHS was fourth also Improvement at the position Powder Puff Softball Leagueas In powder) puff play Thursday had two hits.Barrett'e I
pounds has good potential) "Mike Crews. Jimmy Lange. In 3:26.7.: and "are hard to get outsideon. the result of two straight May 4. four hits w.re collected -
said Coach Hurse. Veteran Don and Randy Trainer all over "11 we could have had Just ." losses by Colonialthe first Koch's rapped out 18 base hits by Olivia harper Alberta -
.. Sewell was at the tackle position ) 150 pounds looked good on the two more feet, we would have "Terry Hayes is also showIng by Koch's Tuesday night, and while Barrett got Justone.Car- Stroud. Pat Goodman, and
last year should make a line" Hurse said.Quarterback won." Loper said. "We came signs of becoming real the second by Blalock, Thursday olyn Redding and Terry Woods Jo Ann hall I

good end this year, stated for the Baby all the way from last placeto tough defensive end" said night led Koch's with three hits each.
Blalock's had weekas The win Koch's alone In The second game of the evening -
I'I a good put
Hurse. finish fourth.
been used
Tornadoes Is Randy Casklns Hurse. "He has pri-
knocked off the two top first place. was a closely contested
"Dennis Allen will be coming who is the only QB out for "Lennon ran a 50.5 anchor to marily on offense but will gain teams at that time Norman's game which saw Colonial Flo- I
back to the guard ''spot) from practice right now said qualify us. We were in second more opportunity on defensiveand Farm and Colonial Florist. STANDINGSKoch's 4-1,Blalock's rls edge Norman' '.Farm 9-6.
last year. Marlon Thornton will Hurse. He needs lots ofd, work before the hand off to Lennon. could be a real asset to 4-2. Colonial Florist 4-
also be back from last year on but could be a good QB torus," Everyone was so bunched up the team. BLALOCK'S 13 2, Norman's 2-3. Barren's 0- Colonial won the )
In the second Inning a
the line. He weighs about 160 added Ilurse. together that we dropped to NORMAN'S 3Blalock's 6. game *
they plated seven Tuns on four
pounds said Hurse. with a slow hand-
"I feel the average weight on L"place Tennis Meat Market base hits. The deciding factor
j!!h; .. ..ry Sheldon Hodge' 6-1 and 165 the line next year will be about shocked a good Norman's Farm In Women's softball action was a blast over the fence
1 pounds' will play at tight end 180 pounds the largest group In the 880 relay Bradford ? team In five Innings as they Tuesday May 9,Blalock's Meat by Diane Jordan to score two
tiils season from the normal of jVgrldders we've ever had finished fourth with a 1:32.4: Anyone downed them 13-3 Tuesday May Market had little difficulty roll more runs In the fifth.

end of last year! at BHS, said Hurse. clocking. Runners from Haines 2.Jan ing over wInless Barrett's Con- Colonial collected eight hits
"Tommy Reddish Ca one year City won the race In a time Searle held Norman's to crete 191.Blalock. with Barbara Holllngsworth
Danny Babb veteran) has looked good at the "Usually we only have about of 1:28.4.: Bill Shields former Oklahoma Just two hits as her teammates collected 21 base only player; getting two hits.
j 15 In football until Collegiate dobles champ- were getting 13. Pam Maceyled
boys stay
fullback position this Norman's had hits with
) 10.
\ Belote also finished secondIn said Hurse. Sapp ear Is their senior year" said Other point winning performances Ion and a teaching professionalIn Blalock with a perfect three hits and were paced by Jency Gerry Edmondson and Diane
,. Watson and Debbie Bleasdale.
the long Jump. Hurse. came from: Bernard Ft Worth Texas will rive -for-three. Debbie Bleasdale.
Liston Plckren finished second also a veteran from last year Brown sixth In both the high tennis instruction to high school Pam Rayburn and Jency wat- Each went four-for-four at the McNeal each getting two raps

in both the 100-yd. dash and low hurdles; Lennon, 5th and middle school students this son had two hits each Linda plate. Jan Searle. Telia Nor- apiece.
and 220. In 100-yd dash; Steve Strick- summer. Cubbedge and Cookie Mundorf ,"

I In the mile run, Tommy Erb Graudon UnbeatenIni'Men's land 6th In the pole) vault; Shields will work in the Brad- had a hit each for the losers.
2nd Place Looms
finished second and placed third Henry 7th in the long Jump, Fight
880. Mark Mordents took and Donnle Burch 7th in the ford school summer programfor KOCH'S 10COLONIAL ,
in the
20 days July 5 through 1'1 I
honors in the 880. i 880 run. 4
place August 1, He will also coordinate Koch's Drugs knocked Colon-
In other point winning performances Softball "I'm real proud of"all the some of Ms instruc- ial from the undefeated ranks In Bantam League:
kids and their Loper ,
Mike wrinkle tion through the Starke Recreation by the score of 10-4 In Tues- .
should be a '.'
placed third the discus and said. "Saturday Department. day's powder puff play ,
fourth in aIn shot put. Bobby uraudon's Refrigeration,bet- including a home run In the real climax to the track sea Instruction ''will be offered Koch's rapped out IS base With only two games remain- COLA: 7POLICE I f
Hurner finished fourth in thediscus ter known as the Hippies have first Inning. Lloyd Gllpin also son. for 50 high school and middle hits with Carolyn Redding and ing in the first halt Coca Cola 4 ,
behind .Wrinkle.} become the team to beat as had three hits for the winners. "Last year there were over school students who can sign Gloria Crews leading the way Bantam has locked onto first place in Coke took advantage of a bad I
fifth they are sporting) a perfect Lee CogdUl led the losers getting 10,000 spectators at the meet up on a first come first serve with three hits each. Sissy El- The League Baseball. first Inning on the part of the
placed is
David Stanley betweenthe
race now on
and Bobby 6-0 record In the R.creatlonDepartm.nt's two hits. and this year they expect at basis. If enough students signup land led Colonial with two hits Police to score six runsand
Jump three other
In the high league teams
Men's Slow Pitch her team got Just six base _
least that as on to a 7-4 victory.
Grayson fifth In the high hur- many. a second Instructor may be for a second place finish. Police go ; :
Softball play MayI and 9. added hits. Coke had ONy two Mil ,In
dles.) WJ/CB 10BAPTIST has a slim ball game lead
Shields will also offer Instruction that Inning but two fielding errors -
CHURCH 3 since BPOE and Discount havea
three and several
Williams Jewelry-Commun to other age groups tie game but all three teams
Seeks LAWTEY 6
Hampton The "Redmen" of-Williams ity; Bank picked up their fourth Sports BanquetSetAtKH Including some married couples Blalock's Meat Market hand- have the same four losses. the throwing Police errors defeat.accounted' -for
the recreation
Softball Games Jewelry Community; Bank victory as they defeated the department through If enough Interest ed Colonial Its second straight Police outhlt the winners 6-
Church 10-3 GAME RESULTS
picked fourth win against Is shown. His present Instruction loss as they downed the Champs 3 with Mike Kitchens and Jeffrey -
Men's Slow Pitch Softball dingle loss by downIng May 5. 11-9 Blalock's behind IS base COKE 10DISCOUNT Norman going _two-for-
Locke led the High schedule is tentative depending
Ron Redmen. Keystone School will hold
players of Hampton are Lawtey 10-6 Thursday May on the coordination of hits and an outstanding defensive 0 three. Grey Watklos.. and Dinky,
requesting'' that other 4.: WJoutfit Lawtey 13- going three-for-four, Harper If s All Sports banquetMay performance Thursday, Kllbv had hits. -
school and recreation department
teams contact them to play 8 with Henry Harrell going! 3- Williams and Wayne 19 at the Women's Club May 4.Cheryl. Poor fielding and walks led BPOE 12SOUTHERN _
on Sunday afternoons. for-3. Rhymer Howell and had two hits each. Billy Mc- In Keystone beginning st 6:30: activities Phillips; Pam Macy, to a 10-0 whitewash of DIs- DISCOUNT
Rae led the Church with two Instruction will be riven at and Jan Searle each collected count by Coke Tuesday April
Interested. teams are urgedto Wayne Harper each collected P.m.Tickets the BPOE #1803 played>> ; five siinee
contact George Rodrigest, at two hits Sloppy Crawford led hits.Craudon's are on sale for $3 Recreation Department'scourts three hits. Bette Reddish had 2. before winning one but now
468-1163 In Hampton. Lawtey with two bits Hippies picked up at the Ugh school. Accordingto at the Pratt Street Play- two hits. Diane Jordon and Ma- Coke pitchers Stu Rayburn have won two straight after
their sixth win against no losses Coach Bayless, ground. rie Harris had three hits and and Richard Hall limited the
Head Roy they whipped Discount 133.
.* :CUNNINGHAM 12 u they pounded Lawtey 15- ttte money will be used to pay L.. _______ Judy Broughton had two hits for losers to three singles two The Elks Lodge team cored

The ace pitcher for the Tiny 'BRANDING IRONS ,2. Thomas Smith for trophies and to help pay THE LITTLE BOY down Colonial. by Randy Edmondson and the nine runs In the. third and
Tigers of the Littlest Leagueis The second game saw Cun Steve Randall Mc&.led Harvey the Hip. for the expense of the meals. the block is old enough to BO other by Wade Winkler fourth Innings to put the game
very good at wiling peanut nlngham down Bradlng Iron 12- and hits to the candy store with his KOCH 20 Roger Mltxel and Harley Ingle away Lee Casey had two of
with three each. Greg
clusters and nougats. Now the 5 Cunningham Cult rapping 15 pies Southeastern. conference: BARRET1'0The shared mound duties forDiscount the winners seven hits. Chub
out with two dime.
manager'has suggested that base hits to just seven for Riherd helped hits. basketball star Tony' Miller of Only. yesterday was second game saw Koch's giving up four hits Johnson, Eddie Akridge, 'Max
be work on caramel centers Branding Iron. Mike Crawford led Lawtey with the University: of Florida will a child' and now lie has entered pick up its fourth win and band to Mike Netties, Magic Fox WlilUbrd, Donnle Cribbe.'
to round out Us repertoire. Claude Hardee had three hits, two hits. be the guest speaker. consumerhood. Barrett's Concrete it's fifth Mike Akridge, and DeanBrown. Gene Tanner had one hit.

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. So Good After AH! For the peat few weeks this And then remind,'.:him why
he can't let mobs or men with
series of articles has attempted -
1h to describe the drat eight dishonest Intentions run our
. you're*, ;ptho.e( > who for the road to clear and then unlawful to drive a"motor"" an ordinance limiting their PATRIOTS who signed the Declaration country and why hU special
yen to return to theca so- move on cautiously, firing off at a rate of speed exceeding ten speed to four miles per hour r'I I of Independence.This talents will be needed more
: d "good.pI4. aY.." better Roman candles and blowing: his miles an hour in the town of and "it shall be the duty of.li I week the writer would: than ever before if we are
stop *pd think;) a minute. horn. Stark and required that the driver persons operating trains or lo- like to sham the following article to win the peace that follows
about (tie hardships of the ear- must start sounding his motives In the Town of Starketo which appeared In tile the war and keep America
ly "horseless!,, ,carriage" era. Another rule was that he horn at least 50 feet from each cause the bell of such locomotive March-Aprlll'.1Ie of Metal Fabricating number one. :
must pull off the side of tile ?
on street crossing and that "tha to be before News published In Why do these things
rung crossIng -
Some folks took road and his
an-extremely car shaHccntjiiuetobeeound.d Well the Ben Franklins and
same Rockford Dl.
dim view of Hurt,new-fangled if he saw a team of horses until the said street crossing the any 1914\ street ordinance, lane said., or alley It was, the Tom Palnes, and the Nathan

!.8ventlOl.lI4wmakell in approaching.If Is reached.It also deemed unlawful for trainsor HOW TO CROW A PATRIOTA Hales frankly don't always
many states-hurriedly passed patriot Is who come along ..xactlwhel\:
railways cars to block person
new legislation to Seal with the a horse refused to pass a was also unlawful "to run grade crossing In the town for a loves his country. Supports Ms seem to need them the float
threat of the automobile. car, the driver had to dissemble or drive any motor car,motor- more than ten minutes. country. And defends his coun- Sometimes patriots are In snort
the auto and hide the parts or bicycle at a rat of try. supply so maybe we ought to
In the eatIX JJYJr4 the century in the bushes until the .bora epee exceeding 10 miles an Patriots! are great 'to have help show our young people
for example, a group ofanaauto went by.While. hour within the town of Stark. Drug stores were allowedto around when the going gets the way--the way, to get tired,
citizens in Pennsylvania The maximum penalty for violating stay open on Sunday forth rough. up about the country we live
formed an association these rules might seem the speed limit or horn purpose of compounding 'So let's all go out and find InThe United .States of A-
and laid down a set of a trifle extreme the City of blowing laws was a fin of$100or prescriptions. and selling some patriots. Unfortunately merica. :
rules. One of them said that 30 days In Jail. drugs,, ''but for no other purpose -
anyone driving an automobileat .Stark enacted an ordinance Other businesses It's not that easy.You And if we do th? showing,
night must send up a rocket back In 1914 that was almostas Trains were also discouraged from the Sunday exempt can't take a pill and become who knows? :
every mile walk, ten,mlnuttes. bad. It provided that It was from speeding through town withCity laws were hotels,boarding/houses V tV t/" + a patriot. You can't stamp Maybe someday somewhere
patriots an as.embly'line.
." : in this world when
and restaurants whicn your young
.. like tanks or planes or
'. could sell meals y Is asked where he
'.. on Sunday man comes
nil You can't legislate -
,'r, '. "but shall not sell or otherwise guns. pa from, or what he stands for,
triotism. It turns the kids off.
dispose of cigars or any he won't fumble for an answer -
vr' You also can't expect our
; other goods" during the prohibited t od or hang his head In shame.
i schools
or our churches or
hours. "Undertakers or He'll stand firm, hold his head
1 the Itself to mold
+; government
b TORiA1Sa
merchants" were permitted to our patriots-- at least It Is- high and say, "i'ntan American
sell "caskets and other supplies n't working out that -- from the land of, the
in preparing for the bur- r way. free and theubpme. of I;the
Patriotism. It seems to us,
__ ial of the dead" on Sunday. brave" I-
", Is something that needs to be
passed along from one gener-
Next week will continue
Entertainment of any kind was ation to the next--In the home--
with the signers of the Declaratlon

by the folks who In thebest
frowned upon on Sunday backIn are
1914. with fines up to $100or position to. do the!!, Job-- of Independence.. .
me Mothers, and the Fathers
30 days In Jail provided for .f y and the next of kin. Unfortunately Average Car Owner; ;,

Needs To Zoning persons engaging in,promoting this Isn't what's hap :
Update or advertising "any game of .r pening. Will Pay $1.3.5i3Over .

baseball, football basket ball, vt Those of us who fall Into Ten Yearn/1!,:\
lit .'Mobile Homes or other like game to be played this category have relegatedthe
Regard To on Sunday,'The same rule applied Job of growing our patriots
-- to circuses side shows td people who aren't getting The typical owner of a stan
house trailer on motion picture shows,and bowling the Job done. dard-size 1972 automobile will
I later the City of Starke park or occupy any
ier or Local Guardsmen spend a total of $13,553 to
alleys. And time Is running out.
will ve to come to grips with the the premises of any occupied dwelling So maybe the time has purchase and operate the carter
mobi home situation, or property or on any lot which Is not a part of On second thought maybe the to put some patriotism come.Into ten yearsan average of
of the town the premises of any occupied dwelling Wins AwardsCompany 13.55 cents a mile according
value I In many areas "good old days" weren't so Top our parenthood.First .
will *er either of which Is situated out- good after all find a young American. to a study by the Federal' Ulan-/
trailer park unless Someone about 8 10 way Administration.
side an approved --
etM The owner of a 1972, compactcar
Je homes are starting to springup two-thirds of the property owners of -::. D, the Starke National SP4 Leaton U. I Morgan was in your son, or grandson or the will pay $10,808; over the
Is In areas where conventional property lying within 200, feet of said Guard unit placed two second place for the Best boy next door will do. tenOyear 100,000-mtIe period.
on established witha proposed trailer site's outside boundary -, i Wo Fault' TopicAt men in the "Best of Brigade" Drilled title losing out by only Next, clear up any miscon- while the ownerofa 1972 "mini-
homes ire five he have about
competition during Summer points. ceptions car" model will
cor quent drop In value of the lines In every direction shall I Rotary ClubThe i Field Training at Camp Bland- demanding his freedom with- 444 over the decade.pay out $%- "t
mat consent to same In writing. The said The Starke unit took additional out working for it.
convei home property. ing and a third member of honors During this period the stan
by winning the
of the property owners shall the in second Make he learns
two-thirds company. was Brigade Softball sure' why dard size car owner will pay
Tb I$ not to say that mobile own at least one-half of the properly new "no fault"Insurance place. defeating Co. C, 2nd Tournament Bn., 124th 'it was that Great Grandpa come $2,787 for some,7.350 gallons
homes ire not nice and pew, and lying within 200 feet of said proposed law was explained at the notary review Pictured above at the annual Inf. in the finals last Thursday 'over here In the first place of gasoline; he willf' pay $2H7
parade last Friday at what he had to do to survive to keep the vehicle in running
servin a worthwhile purpose In many trailer site premises In every di- Emerson Club Wednesday Darst May 3,by Camp Blanding are SP4 Henry night. once he cleared Ellis Island order': $1,350 to insure it; andover
cases y providing a home for those rection." Gainesville F. Thornton (left), selected as Members of Co. D and the3.50D and how he felt about America $1,800 for garaging parka
who i ght not be able to build a Best Dressed in the Brigade other Florida Guardsmenwho the day his papers came'' and toll fees I ;.
conventional type home that would fill Such an ordinance may have servedIts Mr. Darst, who is employedby and SP4 Harvey W. McCar- have been at Blanding for through. His state and federal automo.
the Farm Bureau Insurance thy, named for honors as Best two weeks will break
their needs. purpose 15 years ago but It definitely Co. was introduced by Ed Rip. Driver In the Brigade. Saturday, returning to camp their Let him know how you feel tlve tax bill mbst of which goes
Is not to the when the flag goes by. to support the roads he drives
geared presenttimelvheglmobfl
linger Another Starke Guardsman home bases. .
that the shouldbe ..,. ... ,.,, ,. n.. uMy1 Why youdloXt Pw'W1e:' rlr ;..-onrwlll amount'tott149-rq '\ '
city s.a ;
Bu H Is to say .becoming '" > ;1- mq : ; l .
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-; :
: : centle } IH1;
: ;O:: n:: .1-Ithe) p r 1
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Z01as Is ,t county) ,,/setting ; ; ,. *' ..a.,Mgmqnt o cn'51.' ''br 6r wITh WJ r .PT, "' Ift,1, I ti !1".f.nf'; 17A nic-.", '.' '>I'll
aside ertaln areas'jvherc mobile of our" population..iefla 'continue,<< ; to n : .".. ::, Neigkb'brs' r'S :.1 110'Mud why you wouldnVfibwJ"; '.* eii M I .I.1 I

homes *e permlssable;and certain resultlifthe1' spot zoning r' Shi11i rs fre Ie,1.1In ,,'J" even ;though you might not always my Neighbors1'I'I
areas A ere they are not. This Is ," with mobile home units cropping ; ''? ',. ,'' ff"r., agree with your Uncle
In keep g with the best principles: up In areas where they are not In To t' '"t( ) ( ) Sam. .
Hag I ,," Let him be aware of how we'vehad .
ii I
of city annlng, and Is the only way harmony with the already established '\\1 .1" Lr\ to earn our freedom over h ..k.. III"I II'
to prote the values of property own- pattern of housing. The fact that two- i and over again. And while we I ., r r \, \ I I I
ers who ave Invested heavily In con thirds of the adjoining property owners Shrtnedom is celebrating two the year to tour the hos- { ,.,'. T -, ':r. might not relish the task why ,, "I" ,

ventiona. rpe housing. A mobile home do not object In no way diminishes anniversaries this 'earthe aeebeing l see the children who 'I I i "I. we will likely have to do the i.r: /. /t"IL'\m.Lt \...
100th anniversary[ of the organization helped.) The unit In i .' Job than in t!Y .\ 1'in .',,, ..;y.: ,"
be more once again
no matte how attractive It might the overall effect of deflating the value' and the 50th anniversary Greenville S, C. is the nearest -I.i ', .r
looks be r when grouped with other of present and future conventional type; of the opening of the one to this area. :. the You years might ahead.suggest to him 'f&Jt

units of miparable size and shape homes In the area. first Shrine Hospital In North Schooling Is provided for the the things you believe made \... ..........J"" /",, ',. ,"
just as < rventional homes look best. America 1972 also" marks the patients who are confined to America great. Things like ,,",; \) 'r\'' ". I 5
In are "r:' t1'fcted to houses of the' launching of the 100 Million the hospital for lengthy stays. pride and ambition the willingness J t./ 1
same gaYtfpslgn.Coritr! : Tn'unofficial., Informal conversa- Dollar Club" to bolster the Arts and craft classes are available to work hard and run ..'J/i. IJ Jr' J\
endowment fund for Shrlners ,,4,
tions with at least three members of as well as.varied en- f. lean. ... ; ,
Hospitals for Crippled Chil 't'(1) 1/
tertainment. Encourage him not to be afraid ) t 1y.
y to the belief of many the Board of Adjustment, designatedby dren. "The only:job Interview to compete-- to be resourceful '1\ ".r I

persons, Starke's zoning ordinance the Council ,to serve as the "city; "Shriners Love Children" Is I've bad I Ia with my mother- and inventive. And to turn newer does not roide such protection. A' plan board" (actually there Is no Every, or a Noble non-Shrlner, widow who of a Noble the slogan, for Shrlnedom is the wnnu me home to cleanup in an honest day's work for a '|utroil till. much junk during 1.

mobile h ne.:can be moved onto a "Zoning Board" as such providedfor at least $100 in cash contributes -, dedicated Nobles give to freely helping of their children.time my room." fair day's pay. ( my Mtuy hero, ,."

lot anywl: :-e, with the only restriction In the ordinance all three voiced or Includes a provision in his and pay their own expenses .' .. .
being tha the owner must obtain writ the opinion that the city's zoning ord- will receives a certificate of while raising the money to support . .,
ten perm salon from two-thirds of inance needs drastic revision to give membership in the $100 Million their hospitals.The ,
the prdpt. *ty owners within 200 feet 'U teeth to cope with today's condi Club. Income from this
of the mobile also that the city endowment provides money to Starke Shrine Club is I.
of the outside boundary tions. They agreed ; help with the hospital
opera- sponsoring its Annual Chicken .
home lot. But this restriction by should be zoned to provide specific ting expenses.All .. Dinner on Saturday May 20, .
no means serves the purpose of pre areas for mobile homes In order to in the Starke Elementary School I ,

sent and future orderly growth of the protect property. values now and In treatment at Shriner. cafeteria. The public is urgedto i
city. In effect It Is nothing more the future.' Burns Children's Institutes Hospitals and Crippled support this event in supportof 1
': with the Is costfree a worthy caule.Amerfcans .
or less than spot zoning" to patients and parents..
adjoining property owners serving as The problem will have to be faced The operating budget for the owe a lasting vote

a "zoning: board" rather than this sooner or later, and the sooner It 22 units for 1972 Is over $25 of thanks to the Shrine of North I (THE CHILDREN,
duty being performed by properly Is done, the fewer headaches there million. America for establishing, n i

constituted. agency of the City.Starke's will be In the future. Just whose International Shrine Hospital maintaining and operating this ,.

y job It should be we are not sure Day this year Is !May 21. The great Crippled program Children's Including Hospitals the t Yt ARE COMING :

zoning ordinance was writ but someone who has the best inter-. public Is Invited each Sunday and Burns Institutes I
ten about 15 years ago when mobile est of Starke at heart, should take

homes .nt'
had not reached the peak of popularity and determining a proper course of

they enjoy now. The problem In action. I I DAY.
those days was largely one of regula- "
ting "trailer parks" rather than In- If this Is not done the practiceof

dlvldua} units on privately owned lots. "spot zoning" by petitions (whichdo .,
not even come before the Boardof

Section 12-2 of Chapter 12 of the. Adjustment for review) will con' 4 ,(c

City's I=ode of Ordinances says:. tlnue, and In a few years Starke will 1' it I .

.. be a hodge-podge of -mixed housing :\ I

"It? shall be unlawful within the with no rhyme or reason as far as ,i'--' k\\\ '.'

limits .of the city; for any person to good city; planning is concerned. .

.... We Wish To Honor t '\, .:. I

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FLORI 5APRES; S that he had made and behold, I

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.. was a plan of order in the creation FIRST FEDERAL.,

]I E.L MATTHEWS, Editor. .Publish.r! .as writers envisioned of by this th book., Inspired SP5 Johnny Johnson, building al Guard two-weeks encampment Savings and Loan Association of Stark*

Published each Thursday and entered a. Second Order, is basic to the founda- superintendent of Trieit at Camp Blandlng. ,.IrY.1; ,IMM1. ;
Claitf Matter at the Pest Office at Starke Florida tlon of. man's world. 'Divine Construction Co., Keystone Both men are m.mber.ofCo. +
1 under Act*f March 3rd .1879. Heights, and SP4 Maxl* Norton D, Maintenance, 93rd Support 'TCLECMOHI 964-5000 I
Subscription in trad area: 1 year, $5.00; Outsid.w..nrewJ.Ursa order! in our human relations employed by the Florida Biu. of Starke, and attended Tfie House Of Sarwg MS W. MADIJCN ST.
: 1 leer, 550. makes us a harmonious con State Telephone Co. of Starke.' Communications School at Fort
',:. tributing"part of our world. test out telephone and radio Gordon, Co. while on slot months
Let there be divine order. equipment during the Nation- active duty training. -

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rm Juror May Get
Ehti Increased Pay \

For Court Duty

Twenty-nine; Jurors who were ,
summoned tor duty; In Circuit ,
this week, will receive J
Court here :
e Q. I 66 and enrolledIn :
am much of bills will
the usual S5 per day. my Medicare
mileage for one trip at Medicare. After spending pay?
"' lave cents a mile, but they may a week In a hospital I was J
BAPTIST CHURCH! STARKE At. supplemental) pay later. told that I must transferto A. If found elltri
GRACE ] get
SMtoay .School: ':45 ;. briTSTCHURCH CHURCHOF NEW RIVER BAPTIST you are :
nine.Worship ii ajn. E bW STARKE CHRIST Sunday. School 10 ajn. Morning Circuit Court Clerk Gib a nursing home for the ble for Medicare, benefits i
Worship 7 pay Wednesday Sunday School JO a.m. Mom- .BM>'. School 10 a.m. Worship Worship II a.m. Training Y yk Brown has been Informed by; the skilled nursing care I need while you are in a specially j
Prsyer. MeetlngaadBtble Study,* Ing Worship at 11. Training Services, 11 ajn. and Union 7 pjn. Evening Worship Comptroller's office that undera and Medicare would still qualified kind of'' .skilled y
7 pjn. Study wBooKof 4Bns.' Union, 6:30 pjn. Evening Worship 6 pum, Midweek Service. Wednesday 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service new law which becomes effective help pay 'my bills How nursing home that Is'calle4 a
.!G.F. Presratt pa... Everyone .. 7:30. Wednesday Prayer 7 pjn. Ladles Bible 7:30 pjn. Everyone wel April 24. Jurors will be V an extended care' facility,
Welcome. Meeting. 7:30.HeY.. Leon Class. Thursday 11 ajn.Church corn,. paid $10 trip made while festive date of the new rates 1s J
T. Odors Jr., pastor. located one block west on SR Jim Countryman, pastor. serving moray duty.; still open to question. the program will pay for all J '
covered services for the first
1 16. It
was suggested, however }
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH -J.P.H. Bell, minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST The Comptroller said that that all clerks keep a recordof 20 days.: For the' fext 80 l'dft'I '

fag Sunday Worship School 10 ejn. Morn- Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn. Sunday School 10 state fund wlll not be available Jurors services so that supplemental Medicare will Spay for f

Worship 7:30 u ajtt. Evening tile Worship 11 am.; Evening PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL big Worship U ajnk Pre rr. Saint for the' Increased pay until pay may possibly be all the covered services, ;except
Prayer Latter-Day
Meeting 7:30: pjn. Worship 7 pjn. Wednesday METHODIST CHURCH vices (Booster Band Young after July 1j and that the ef- given later. $8.50 a day. '

-Bev. J.C..Saunders;pun. Wednesday. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn People, and Prayer Service),. Slake ConferenceStarke ". I
: pastor 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- ing Worship 11 ajn. Youth Service 6 pjn. Evening Worship 7 pjn.

MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL lng..venr Monday, 7 pjn. 6 pjn. Evening Worship Midweek Service Wednesday,
Sunday, oC; F. Prevatt. pastor Every 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. Hll- 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland, members of The
School -II a.o4 Moaning welcome.ST. liard, pastor. Pastor. Church of Jesus Christ of Later -
I Worship Day Saints will attend the

p.m.Wednesday Evening-7:30 Worship. CHURCH, STARKE Raiford Road & W.ldon St. (Highway. 100 at Theressa) several thousand members)
PrayerServices. Father James Cretan, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 ajn. Conference Saturday and Sunday I I' ,
-Rev. Bob Saturday Masse 7 pjn.:Sunday; Worship 11. Sunday Evening Morning Worship 11 ajn. May 20-21, in Jackson-
Cooper pastor Mass. 10 a.m. Holy\ Day Mass, 7 pjn. Thursday night 7:30. Training Union 6:30 pjn. ville. 1
7 -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:13 p.m. Then will be no services In ,n< "
I FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Confessions Saturday 6 Wednesday Night Prayer Services Starke on those two days so .
.. Sunday ServiceSundayScJi. J EVERGREEN BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle members may attend the stake ,.
9:45 ajn.. Morning Worship, School of Religion! CHURCH Packham, pastor.ST. conference.
10:49: ajn. Evening Service,7:15 Grade School\ Sunday 11 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Elder Joseph Anderson an 1
p.m. Youth Croup Meeting.Sun ajn. to 12 man worsnip/ at u ajn. Sunday. assistant to the Council of 'v. 1J
day e:30: pjn. High School -- Sunday. 7 night Service at 6:30. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Twelve of The Church of Jesus J

-J.C. Brow, minister :xm. Wednesday. night prayer CHURCH STARKE Christ of Latter-day Saints h
ti. meeting at 7:30.' Holy 'Eucharist lit and 3rd will speak at the Florida Stake ;. I
HAMPTON BAPTIST BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pastor Sundays, 11 ajn. Morning Conference Mv
CHURCH ,Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Prayer 2nd. 4th and 5th Sunday Elder Anderson became secretary
Sunday School 10 *.m.t Morn Service 11 ajn. ,Church LAURA BAPTIST 11 ajn. Church School 9:45: to The First Presidency When, flip :
you .
ing Service 11 a.m. Bible Study, Training p.m. EveningWednesday Sunday School lIt5..m.Mor- a.m. E.Y.C. 8 pjn.John of the Church In 1923
7:30.30 M. Rector and served In that capacity
8:30: pjn.j Evening Service 7:30 Worship : ning Worship li ajn. Evening Flynn, ;
c Prayer Meeting Worship 7:30 pjn. Midweek BU until his present call. Born the switch in 1976
pjn.Wednesday Prayer and 7:30 pjn. be| Study. Wednesday 7:30 p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST In Salt Lake City; Utah he :
Bible Study 730 pjn. Rev.J.D. Robinson m. Sunday School 10 ajn. Worship has traveled throughout the
Melvin Pastor'CONGREGATIONAL Be in church Sunday. Service world with the presidents of
Haroel. 11 ajn. Church will the ?
LONG BRIDGE CHURCH BAPTIST Lester Austin, pastor. Worship Training 9:3030 pjn. Evening, the The Church.conference will be held lights come on ,-h.We're :

HOLINESS Sunday School 10a.m.Morn- ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting Sunday at 10 ajn. In the Stake
; ,
CHURCH ing Worship U a.m. Evening CHURCH MACCLENNY 7:30 pjn.Bev.. Center 5100 Firestone Road.
Sunday School e.mSYoouth: Worship 7:30 pjn. Wednesday Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy J.D. Robinson Visitors are welcome, says; .
Morning Worship 11 Everyone welcome. Day Mass, 5:30 pjn. Stake President William O.
Service 6 pjn. Evening Worship Rev. Robert Halsten, pastor Copeland. spending almost ": ;' : "
7 pjn.Thursday. :. ;
7:30 pjn. 422 N. St. ClaIr St., Starke. HOLINESS CHURCH MELROSE million a day to
David Hodges.;l'asbrI. Sunday School 10 ajn. Mom- Sunday School 9:15 ajn.; Schedule of Services $60,000 In April A,, r r
i Morning Worship U a.m. Youth
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Sunday Bible Study 10 ajn.

r I JORDAN BAPTIST MISSIONARY MISSION Wednesday Evening, 7 p.m.7:30: Youth pjn. Prayer Night. Service 7 pjn.Tuesday 6.pjn. Evening Worship Morning Worship! 7 pjn.11 ajn. EvenIng Race Funds help make sure. eta I

Meeting. Friday, 7:30 Prayer Meeting 7:30: rill
U.S. 301 North, behind fas- : p.m. other evenlngs-8 pm. >
P.m. Bradford County received
-Rev. Y.W. Kldd ;
r tee Frees Drive In, Sunday., pastor -Kev W.B. Chauncey. pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN $60,000 In race track funds during You're using more and more tip'' -

School, 10 a.m. Worship Service KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH April, representing a$1,000 electricity. And so are your

f er Service 11 ajn.7:30:and pjn.7 pjn.Wednes Pray- Sunday School 9:30: ; Training SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 ajn. Mom- increase over the distribution neighbors. Our job is to try .,.
Union 10:15: ajn.; MomlnaWo.lItp BAPTIST CHURCH lag Worship 11 a.m. Evening for the same period last year. to make sure that the
' day 11 a.m. Evening Worship 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services -, Worshp 7.-James Shaw The total of $368,500 In racing a-,
E.L.priffis ., ,pastor.
.eror Olive pastor, need is always on tap ready
7:30 Sunday 10
t School. a.m.
[ : p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30Wednesda. : funds received by each coun-
l f' associate paltor.f' -Rev.. S.C. Cuthbert Preaching II ajn. Training UnIon BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH ty; so far this year leave. to serve you at the flip of a switch.It .

: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Interim Pastor 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship, BROOKER. FLA. slightly under $80,000 left lobe takes a lot of planning. That's I
r STARKE 7 p.m. Everyone welcome, Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun distributed for the 1971-72 year. why we have to look ahead five years I

. Sunday Sunday, School, 9:45: ; FIRST PRESBYTERIAN -Wilbur Pyess, Pastor day School 10 ajn.Ron Brlltol, According to Florida law. each and more. And it takes a lot of money.

All high school,,,college: -.,.atnduh dun a Sc 71'1r ..5'J \ Wt {<, i CHURCH OF COD Superintendent.6:45 Training Union, county; receives a maximum of That's why we're Investing over $300
Junior high meetJ1)awith ,,. 'lNOI!? luthlYouth, I!' ;J OF. PROPHECY BROOKER p.m. Lowell Douglas, Direct $446.500 In,race track funds annually. Y : rythi"'g"
Dr. Svror In audittoo1riu at Pellowshlpum" ; Choir' Practice '"U- a Sunday School ad a.m.Morn2e ; Worship Service. 11 a. .,) 'air'drr' (' thew 1'eattohg.''ttfat'sl5V ; w I
m./7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser- l gt3l m ke the ; ;.
with 9:55.: message Morning by Worship the evdrwe-J.at. 11 .. Wednesday,'?',',, IJIJ'G ,(:I.' lag Worship 11 a-in.-Young Peo.iplc's vice, 7:30.: Lavent Outlaw mu-" Each counta.,receivesanequal ., ,power to new transmission equipment ":;',
Service 6 pjn. Evangelistic share of the racing distribution
llstDr. (Chester E. Swor; NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday director. which Includes proceeds from that keeps the power coming to you ,

Bell Choir Practice, 5:15. Special CHURCH Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF horse and dog track watering / dependably. All aimed at making ...... ..... '
f Conference for Adults In Intersection of Highways 16 Come and worship with LATTER DAY SAINTS well alai that .
us. as as Jal betting. sure you can always! flip =PL2} : :
Recreation Room led by Dr. (North) and 225. Rev. Wayne 1404 E. Bessent Road F :
-Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor
Swor. Church'' Training 6:15.: Wells, pastor. Family Home EveningMon- switch with confidence. .._.-..._.._. .'. :
Evening Worship, ,-7:30. Informal Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning GREATER BETHLEHEM ..
reception after services Service at lU Evening Service, FREE WILLBAPTIST CHURCH Prlmary- : For the guidance of con. .
with opportunity for membersto 730.: Wednesday Service, 7:30 ,Cor. Ash Chestnut Spnday Wednesday- ReAef4Sociely; sumeri, a bigger window on OJe cant afford :: :
the of bacon Is not
meet the evangelist. pjn. School 9:30: Morning Worship, 7:30.: urged.package, Also, how about a big'gtr to. ;. :
Monday Noon luncheon and ThIU'lda-- M.LA.7:30 p.m.
I II.; League 4 p.m. Night Service -
Revival Service, 12 noon; Revival CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6 p.m. -Rev. Jasper Williams SundayPriesthood, 8:39: ajn. window on any envelope .:.-
Service, 7:30: p.m., followed Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng pastor Sunday School 10:30: ajn. Evening from the government so we .'
I by Youth Questions and Worship 11. Training Union, Meeting,*pjn.Sacrement. can tell whether to open U' ,
Answers with Dr. Swor. 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: FIRST UNITED METHODISTSTARKE Jesse D. Branson, Branch ...........i.......................................................................................................... ..... '
Tuesday Noon luncheon and >rDED'AN : President. -
Rev. Jim Black,
Revival Service. Young Musi- Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning HEILBRONN BAPTIST
clans Choir. 3:30; GA and Bell Worship, II.; Junior and Senior CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
Choir, 4:15. Revival ,Service, BAPTIST CHURCH MYF groups,-Youth Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
7:30.: .. BROOKER Wednesday Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship 11. Training Christian Life WeekMay
'Wednesday Famly Night Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 7 P.m. Prayer MeetIng Union 6:30 .
Supper 6 p.m. Dr. Swor speaks Services 11 ajn. and 7 7d0: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal vice, 7:30.: MldweekPrayer
to Sunday School workers, 630.: p.m., Training Union 6 p.m. 7:45.: Service, 7:30.: ,
Revival Service, 7:30: ,followed -Hev. Lacy Conway pastor -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pas- f
by single young adults questions& ton 14-19,1972 '
and answers with Dr. Swor. : : .

Thursday, Lnncheon and .
Worship, 12 noon. Bell Choir 0:' .
practice, 3:30.: Revival Service Fate Brown /eiIaa'Uet1 Mann Griffis
Friday Luncheon :and Worship Fate Brown, 63, Starke, died Mann Crlflls 70, of Lawtey /
12 noon. Final Revival Tuesday morning in the Ala- died Monday, morning after an Hear The
Service, 7:30. After church, following extended Illness.
chua General Hospital Mrs. KuhnMrs.
youth questions and answers a heart attack he suffered Betty He was born In Bradford ,': -:
with Dr Swore County; on June 27, 1901 the -'
--W.A.: Hogan pastor. May 1. the head Betty; Kuhn 79. of son of the late Ell and Ar- : : '
Brown, who was -;
Starke died suddenly] Monday Spiritually :
della Buckles Crlflls, and wasa :
Jailer at the county; Jail and :.
May I, at her apartment on
STREET member of the Baptist Church.
long time employee of the Sheriffs -
Thomas street. She was bornIn
He was a retired farmer.
BAPTIST CHURCH Department, is survived
Des Moines, Iowa on Dec.
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. b y his wife Luclle Edwards Surviving are his wife Pearl '* :
17,1892 and had lived InStarkefor
Morning Worship at 11. Church Brown his IOn, Dale Brown Luke Crlffls eight sons, Ger- I Inspiring ,
Training, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer of Starke; one brother Hay of 15 the:years.Presbyterian She was Church.a member ald, Arnold, .James. ,and Marcus: ,
Griffls, all of Lawtey; Clar-
Circle, 7:13; Evening Worship, mond Brown of Worthing.ton is ElmerL. .<
Surviving one son
ence and Frank Griffls, both
7:30.: Springs, Fla. and two .
Stubbs of Colorado Springs,
Monday Youth Choir Practice grandchildren of Gainesville; Lester Crlffls, "
Colo. one daughter, Mrs. Robert Winston Salem N. C., and
7 pjn.Wednesday. Fate Brown was born to the ; '
Family Night late Henry and Arts Moody Lyon, DesMonles, Iowa; Charles Grills, Greenville, S. Dr. Chester Swor
Suppers, 6:30: p.m. Prayer Brown January 12. 1909 In 7 grandchildren, and 7 great C.; two daughters, Mrs MIl- .,.
Meeting Mission Friends Bradford County; and was a grandchildren dred Griffls, Orange Lake,
Girls In Acdon, 7:30: ; Adult member of the Pine Level Baptist Funeral services were held at Fla., and Mrs Frances Elliott,
Choir Practice 8:30. Church. 11 a.m. Friday, at the graveslte Lawtey; 23 grandchildren, and
Denton Sumrall pastor Funeral services will be held In Crosby Lake Cemeterywith four greatgrandchildren.Funeral 7:30 Nightly :'. :" i
from Jones Memorial Chapel at Rev. Leon T. Odom offlclaUng. services were held
Starke, Thursday, aU p.m.with DeWItt C. Jones Funeral at 2 pjn. Wednesday In Jones
HorraeaJrnlngSetFor Home was In charge of Memorial Chapel with Rev. ,
Rev. John Strickland and Rev. .
Author Six '
of Books .
Alton Dobbs conducting. BurIal arrangements. Raymond CordeD and Rev.
Sunday will follow In the Crosby George Chlsm officiating.

At Hope Church ection Lake Cemetery of DeWItt under C. Jones the dir-Funeral W. C. LoperWalter at Funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday services were in Jones held ,' Degrees) From Miss. College (B.A. ; LLD) : Unit of North Carolina,

Home.Smokey. C. Loper. 82. of George Chlsm! officiating. Interment
(M.A.) Baylor Univ L.H.U. Blue Mountain
Hop. Baptist Church of The- Theressa died Monday in was In Klngsley Lake : College H.H.D.; .... .
ressa will observe its annual Bradford County; Hospital after Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones William Carey College Litt.D. JO
a long 111e... H. was bornIn ,
Homecoming Day on Sunday Says: Funeral Home In charge. ..
May 14, starting with Sunday Dooley County.; Ga. on Feb. and '' :f'
Popular Speaker at Ridgecrest Glorieta Baptist Assemblies.
school at 10 a.m., and MornIng HEY... WHAT 12, 1890, and had lived in Brad- Willie
ABOUT XULTWOSE ford County; more than 43 Hersey "i( ::
Worship at 1L .

a veteran of World Willie Heresy 84. died Friday '&; TUES. THURS. & FRI.First
In the Morning Worship service OUT THERE? War J, and a Methodist. .
May 5. in the Bradford
special recognition, with Surviving an two eons Ben i
County; Hospital after an extended
presentation of corsages will H. Loper and Henry Loper, Illness. He was born
be given to the oldest mother both of Starke three daughters,
; In Bradford County and lived
the youngest' mother and the Mrs. Herbert Cloversettle, his entire life In the Lake ; Baptist i
mother with the most children
Mrs. Bertha: Newsome and Butler Community; where be
present. Mrs. Gladys Bradley all of operated Ms farm until retiring .' :.
Starke; one sister, Mrs. T. several He was
years ago.
Dinner will be served on the
j C. Simmons AlbaQ'l Ga.; 15 a member of the Mount Zion Church
grounds at 12:30. grandchildren: x great Primitive Baptist Church. ; ..
There will be no services at .
grandchildren. Surviving are one daughter\ .
the church on Sunday night. : Funeral services were held] Mrs. Belva Varnes. Jacksonville
R... Merle Packham. pastor, at 2 pjn. Tuesday In the De- ; one sat Warren Hersey. Starke Florida < :
and members of Hope Church witt C. Jones Chapel In Starke :
) Lake Butler; a sister Mrs.Pearly .
..xtend an Invitation to everyone with Rev. Merle L. Packham McKemon. Holly Hill. W. A. HOGAN Puior
to come and enjoy\ the day officiating. Interment was In Fla.; 19 grandchildren and ten
at Hope Church. prevent them! Hope Church Cemetery Ther great-grandchildren.


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234.. TI5MPLE! AVE. PHONE' 964-739H 301 South Starke P Pfi. '964-6679 114 N.. Walnut 964-8188 964-5791 STARKE.. FLA. .. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-425! ,S,7'jj't.9r T U S Phone 964-7333 C Credit T Terms Sales &,Service\ :r
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PROM warkat Decorations. Jim Drew; and May 20 to see bow well Mayor Raymond Starnes announced laws passed by the 1972 Legis on separate days', be said. ?
The Annual Junior Senior and Flab Fry Jim Cbesslnrton. :you are making your Imprcnoementa. '' at Tuesday night's lature. The public Is Invited to attend ..
Prom of the Keystone Height Council session that a special Sterns said It was Shaw's the meeting next TuesJO! .
High School was held Friday Another planning) meeting will meeting will be held at 7:30 "offiiand opinion" that If It Is day and Join In the discussion '-." ""
evening. May 5, at the Woman's be held on May 23 at the City. DUPUCATE BRIDGE 1Y p.m. 'Tuesday May; 18, for desired to have separate voteson :>f
Winners for May
Club. : the purpose of discussing Hall the area north of > *
Hall at 7:30 pjn. All people Falkel annex
were Mrs Mike and concerning the Keystone and about "I;
problems : 100
The Prom was sponsored by Interested an urged to attend Mrs. F. T. ..... first; Mrs. Heights' area," Including then zxens living held tiled of Reading the weeds edibility."r the aJIC S
the Junior Class and was Under W. H. Bartlett and Mrs. F. G.MetrIck. annexation. would have to vote on each many common that 'lCo'd,.,,!
All the festivities will beheld thought occurs an
the Chairmanship'W Miss on July 4 as follows Boat Racing second; Mrs. Roland ; 4N.f Stames said that State Rep. area In a separate) election rather nomical way to control the lift'JI
Debbie Reed. The Keystone : 2 to 5 boo. with professional Bryan and Mrs. C. V. Horns, Gene Shaw bad agreed to at than voting for the entire) lawn might be to put the ram:1: -"
Club In third and Mrs. A. V. Bannister '
decorating helped drivers,Boatarama.5:30to ; tend the meeting to discuss area at one time. The elections lly out to graze.. .9 ,**
and the them was"Imagine" and Mrs. C. W. Hardy,
8 pan with awards presented fourth. the problems In the light of new would have to be held ; Adarray
Immediately following the
The band was from Charlotte Boatarama. The Fish Fry will COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMEN ,:J A:,!/2
N. C. and.called "Duck". be from 5 to 7 p.m., and Fireworks
The prom was from 9 'til 1 at dark with many more The Community Church Women I
p.m. Refreshments were servedand fireworks this year. will hold their Annual All Fantastic Gift Idea'l5rot:

gift given to each senior Circles Luncheon on May 15at
The Annual Rotary Swim Pro
girl and boy. the Educational Building at : .r1z.2
gram will be held July 1021at 12:30
SJRJC GRADUATES which time the Rotary Club FOR >t,
Several area young people will have their second fish fry Mrs. Barry Wyman. who has w <311 I;
recently graduated from St. on the final day.IMPROVEMENT. been President of the Church
Johns River' Junior College. Women for the put two years. <
From Keystone Heights: Jeffrey WEEK will turn her gavel over to /IIfotlLers ..
L. Batta,,James Madison FOR MAIL BOXES Mrs. Earnest McLean, President Day' 3.1
Seymour and William Monroe The Postal Service designate for 1972-73. ..f11; i
Wolfe Jr. From Starke Patricia the week of May 15-20 when customers j',,
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Mrs. McLean'will
Ann Edwards Karen D. on Rural Routes will
Cissy and Gerald Teske.Christine examine and Improve, when her Circle leaders for the com I.!otfSIDEIY5IDE
R. Brantley, Bradln and necessary, the appearance of ing :year, and the new Circles 1
Walter G. Dlnkla! of Florahome.. their man boxes. The purpose for the year will be formed WASHERDRYEIii x
of man box Improvement and meet for a snort time
This graduating class was week Is to call attention to with their new leaders. '-JCI. '...''t

the the Junior largest College.In the Albert history Whit-of need for which providing are mall designedto receptacles Circle I. chaired by Mrs. ;;Le ,::;:j t:;:) C'' 't ".1'.IU CMSir

Roy Turknett, will be honoredgreats :.,
aker was Valedictorian and first protect the mall from weather -
44iFRESwiau9 .*:%.-.
for the day, being the
student ever .to graduate wilt and are neat In appearance 0
winners for the best attendance :"".
.P average f conveniently located and
Hel received a $I00 scholarship safe to use. Neat attractive contest of the year at the general t,.::...
and was awarded the Pre mailboxes make a significant meetings. Street Erosion :t to1 -

sident's Scholarship) from Florida contribution to the appearanceof .'i t
The Executive Board will host .
State University.; the countryside. the luncheon with Mrs. Thomas CouncilStreet / :',,1\.'

Also honored was SalutatorIan Where box numbers are assigned Gregory,.chairman. Plagues I t 1 t.clr/: :

Marjorie Garland of St. the name of the owner Please bring a covered dish df'II1, ,
Augustine, who earned a 3.91 and the box number must be and enjoy a pleasant afternoon erosion was back In menu and urged a permanenttype t... rl'/':*
In her courses at St. Johns. shown on the side of the box Lef have a record at. the news at the Keystone Council ; of repair such as con- ,''f" '.. \ c *
visible to the carrier as he tendance. A baby-sitter will meeting Tuesday night when crete or asphalt. He said that ...J. ,.' ''I &. ."10..
OUR COUNTRY! DAY approaches. Boxes should be be on duty Robert Price a resident of residents of the point OS families ,,,.', .. '; .. J'pl .
An organizational meeting for securely fastened to the support Nelson's Point presented the ) might contribute to help r r'r. l' '//j'lr.' .*.
the annual "Our Country Day"to Signal nags need to .be HERE N' THERE pictures shown above and asked hear a Dart of the cost. 1'.l' !v f I.,"'.

be held on July 4 was held painted red, which helps the CapC and Mrs. L. A. Curable the city for Immediate action BOTH >
recently. Commander of the carrier to All on the continuing problem. Livingston said he had obtained :;n
spot a stop. and sons.\ Robert and Benjamin ( r., .
year will be Frank Walrath. this helps your carrier provide of Alexandria. Va. have estimates on using &1- I HAW+ ( DUTY' o'J -\
Publlclty; and Advertising. Bill you with better service. recently spent two weeks with Price said there was a ten ,phaltic concrete for a distance fa 1 *
Beam; Boat Racing. Ken Promo Mrs. CumbeVs parents, Mr. Inch drop-off from Highway 21 of 40 or 50 feet and the figure e-ul
; Fire Works Display,Ever- Your Postmaster will be around and Mrs. E. A. Pushtoo. to the road leading Into Nel.an' was around $400. His suggestion MODEL 771 WASHER MODEL 751 DRYER :.,. .; ,
ette Fox; Boatarama Bobby Inspecting: the Rural Point. He ailed If the that the city dump a load a
hall Entertainment, Jim Zo- Route one day between' May 19.There's .. The Redfearn family wishesto city; would be liable "If some- of concrete there and let ttie"ladles" BOTH ;:
thank everyone for all their one got killed" In an accident* help spread It,broughta FOR -IESS THAN $400
kindnesses during. their recent there, and the answer was"no. round of laughter. But Liv-

bereavement. Chairman ingston Insisted that some of SUN-E-DAY ultra-violet freshener beams f I
Street Gay Livingston -
Friends will be Interested to ;:Ia resident of the the concerned to do Just ladles that. had offered Variable water level! selector choose from controlled sunshine into clothing bedding, f t

know that C. E. Sutor entered point said 11.. city; had tried to unlimited settings to match water level to and diapers. Laundry smells as a bright ?;
Alachua General Hospital In help with temporary applications Upshot of the discussion was load size. small medium large, extra breezy summer day. Five cycles offer pro- s''':
Gainesville Sunday for surgery. of Umerock but that this that Chairman Everett Fox large. Power soak cycle two normal cycles per drying time for any loadlight, normal,
had failed to solve the problem.' asked Livingston to get bids and two permanent press cycles. heavy. Extra heavy and permanent preset:
Mayor and Mrs. J. Raymond Price said the City was wart on "fixing It right" and report Heavy Duty drum bearing assures long life
Stames Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ing money with such treat- back at the next meeU08'KeysI9IJCO"V and hushed operation."We're .

j'T Henderson. Mrs. Gay C. Llv- "
,.,,Jns ton and Mrs. C.J. Dun. CARD PARTY # 11 .. WiserYouAre .When.. 'You, Need Us!. ":
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of Folkston. Ga. returned ; .1
4tedo The ; : .
aafhbaJ n luncheon an4.( ) party <
Sana-day from a week's, cruiseIn > jaw > 1;:', ;' r .. 4 R '. 'C

\ VI ports!-the In Caribbean Haiti ,,and.They Jamaica visited PProom12wi scheduled has as been for the May postponed Junior-Senior 7 In the until yearbook One of .Top .12'': :1 ttt: R---- Smack 'l1;' '1he'; iiiEii- .....j

aboard the Norwegian liner be heldon the earlier In high b School

Starward. date. : : ?Pt '
Mrs. T.L. Norwood 475- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Of Keystone Heightsat ::;* ;:..
1330. and Mrs. J. Azzle wU- 'Harold
Lynn Elsenachcr
a ju.
I llama, 475-1130, will accept reservations I :
for bridge. Mrs. at Keystone Heights high "" .
We would like to expressour John Bird 473-4709 will take school has been selectedone
thanks to everyone concerned reservations for canasta rand of the top 12 high school 1 t
when our daughter scrabble. students in the state, !

Jackie, was injured Friday. A- Co-Chairmen of the card party I -. '
,prtl tee are Mrs H.T.Smith and Mrs. He has been named the District THIES & SON ;
time saving convenience'with We newcomers to Keystone R. Wolfe, with the following 2 Star Student in the 1972 -.
Heights and have been hostesses: Mrs. C. King, Mrs.J. Florida State Chamber of Com
a Special Checking AccountThe real happy that we chose this Kodatt Mrs. F. Koons Mrs merce Student-Teacher Av- LiYICECENTE
location to make our home, F. Ludwig, Mrs. L. Lydick,and :
especially after the warm and Mrs. R. Lambing.The chlevemcnt: RecognitionSTAR : 1iin 1
time and energy you save by friendly helping hand that was committee will appreciate ( ) program. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-4651 la
extended to us when we needed reservations being
being able to just sign for
your name every It. made In advance to help plan The 12 top students were ;!
bill is well worth our small fee for each We would like to extend further for the luncheon servings need- nominated by their high school '
thanks to the Police Department YOU CAN GET
check. Open with and
an account us soon. ed.This principals guidance coun ati
the ambulance service luncheon and will
jf party selors. Each student is a junior .
and our neighbor, Mr. be for the benefit of the Scholarship r.
We have many services, all suited to fit a Frank Swartt. Fund. and represents a Congressional
and Mrs. district in the state.
There's for :
particular banking need. one Wallace Rivers.P. FFWC CONVENTIONThe

you consult us soon and you'll see. S.- The above goes double annual convention of the They will be honored at a --- '--'
for me, the victim. Florida Federation of Woman's luncheon In Tallahassee after a ';
Jackie Clubs was held at ClearwaterIn tour of the Capitol and introductions CQMPiETELY INSTALLED '.. .,.L:
KEYSTONE STATE BANK ( :dltor'. note: Jackie broke April. Mrs. Earl Voyles, to the and
her leg In three places when Mrs. A.Z. Williams Mrs. T. governor
Member she fell through a dock on Norwood and Mrs R. Griffin the state cabinet. And Guaranteed! r
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.... Lake Hutcnlnson. She received attended as representatives of To Your Satisfocfion!
"Your Friendly Bank In Your first aid at the scene and was the Keystone Club. Mrs They will also be eligible for
Friendly taken to the Jacksonville NAS Voyles accepted the Honor the State Star student trophy, a : :
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and Is
hospital now recuperating Score Certificate that was presented $1,000 scholarship, a 7-day Caribbean
at home.) to the club. tour and two $500 schol

arships. And Remember i I
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The KeysfuneHeighiS, Shrine Club i high Elsenacher honors student, who'at is Keystone IS, Is a "We Are Where You Are When You-Need Us!" 1 '

High. He is the son of Mrs. Er. ..aP.ft,

ftk nestine Elsenacher Route 1, M

/nrita & You Melrose..Charles Rider is the principalof rfanana ....'.., ." .-..''S:.-:

1 41 1 .the .school: the guidance .FPS
j w. counselor is William King Jr. '
Room Air Conditioners :


4- TaumtnmtixTvtin The annual Open House and
1 Fr.F orAa \. Tea at the Keystone Heights ..
t norrr
I ,1"\lM". "uIm orrIHIHl 1 1 Library was sponsored by the InftaflM I In Minute
I {uses Woman's Club. Twenty-five : .
Ereryone; Can Participate In Bath : ..4MPM. ,
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I r. .. 1 1I visitors signed the guest book. "
13. c.' ._ Refreshments were .rvedby QUIET OPERATION AUTOMATIC. .,--
I Saturday May 1972Ke.tone Heights Country Club .. the hostesses Mrs. F. Stevens .

TMMr.wnOlTYRet.1.eSYi..c"' k*Wfcfc T.T....,.,. ....... Sri*.,.. c:I. ......A"Vip E-,..TeCM n-....Of r_.......A.......... and Mrs. E. Dempsey. THERMOSTAT if'
1. ,11"r..IIl I""""'. tuMnim .m>,'.,.*.*. ..... fll'lllo"0." i .- I Call Us Today Be Ready For 'I! 1
G_ ..,..."....... ; I Free Chest X-rays
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Store Kings ley
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4 I ,I 1 I'Rad City Budget Overspenl {> (

1 1,* By Helen Egan- City Heavy ,

" ,"f Ii Court Load

';I CIIARTE&MEMBEHSHIPBJAARPWEN, held foliowlng the luncheon New

.. ,i I members and visitors are cordially The effectiveness of the new Finance Chairman 1f! ;
' 55 Saysi
All persons years or emr invited. radar unit being used by the
! &I ire cordially Invited to Join> Game-Fun Day will be held Keystone Heights Police Department ,
1 III! and become charter mem- following the luncheon. New Is shown by the lengthy .
t ;, Mrs of the newly organized at the Lions Club on May 25 docket to be tried at Friday .

:. Community Chapter of .t 1:30: pm night's session of municipal .,..... ',
.:}\ AMP (American Associationat court at 7:30: o'clock. Finance) Chairman Vergle Homer on all utilities Including gas, might be reluctant to make;tine' : .:.
.' Retired Persons). President MELROSE WOMAN'S CLUB hoisted the distress signalat electric water and telephone. Investment with only a ones;' ., .
{ ;,1 g. F. Simmons Is holding open The monthly luncheon and Mayor Raymond Starnes announced Tuesday night's Keystone year lease. ,:. ,
2 tile, enrollment for charter program meeting will be the at Tuesday night's Council meeting by cautioningthat Fox asked Mayor Raymond ,':.%.-* .
;1 members with the goal set at at 12 noon m May 17 In council meeting that 18 traf- the City; spent over two- Starnes to work with Mrs. HoMorgan also pointed to )>tht>: .:,.-.
: 100 chapter memberships.. -. clubhouse. The following officers fic arrests were made during thirds of Its $66.090 budget mer In preparing next year's club's Hunter Safety Program .. ;;..:
Members and prospective will be Installed at this April "which must be some during the first six months of budget which comes up for which he said was the first in
members will gather on May 18 time: Mrs. Albert' E. Bach- kind of record," he said. "It the fiscal year starting November hearing In June and Is ap- the state and has turned tint: ,;:';'''
" at the Melrose Episcopal Qk-. mann president) Mrs. Mike will be busy session of court" L"Some proved In July. He said an"; 50 graduates with 16 lnsthlc.+': '
.i rich House for a covered dish FaUcet!& 1st vice preeldenh>> Mrs. the Mayor added. estimate of the city's expentors.. :: r' ;n. ';'
luncheon, at,11:30: a.m. This John Coleman. 2nd vice pres- accounts are going' to ditures should be made, and "...:K,-.."'.
"f luncheon Is In the Interest of ident; Mrs. C. A. Ford, treasurers .f be way overdrawn while some then set the mlllage to cover A $300 contribution war.YQow ;. .' :
getting together and discuss ; Mrs. L. H. TenEyck ..l- 1 are staying In line." Mrs. Homer the costs. "There's no use ted for the "Our Country l>ay", ,, >,
J J,I pgcommonlnterestsandprob- recording secretary; and Mrs. Yi 4 sale. "We must watch expenses setting the mlllage first and celebration on July 4 at the request -
A 1',1' !lams of Senior Citizens and E. L. eltoth, corresponding and hold the line or then having cut the city; of Mayor Starnes.""Last''
, r\\, J keeping a close watch on local MELROSE HOMEMAKERS we'll be in trouble." short on fundsto It needs foroperating year the donation was $200:;
(( and state legislation as related The final meeting of the club 7Y ," Fox said. and Starnes said he was" reluctant
J ,; to their Interests. until next fall will be held on Chairman Everett Fox observed to ask for an Increase .:r
' f This chapter will enjoy meetIng May 25 with the business meet aAY This Is the first time i. A request to give the SportaIn view of Mrs. Homer's1 Jln.'',,<\:.
, 'i Lawrence F. Howbeit of ing set for 10 a.m., followedby we have overdrawn our budget y 4 r men's Club a longer term lease anclal report. The COtIh U'.-; ..
! u Ocala, state director of Northeast a covered dish luncheon this much since" I've been In t .! at the Keystone Airport was pralsod the July 4 activities.,: .
i' Florida, who was helpful with the club providing the .on the Council. He asked all c presented by ton Morgan who as beneficial to the community; ,: .
: I la the Association's Initial turkey. Husbands are Invited department heads to review the said the present one-yearlea.e and voted to up the city'; son-- <.J .
.J' meeting on .April 20 for ,the' to Join for the luncheon about situation and see where costs does not provide an incentive tributlon another $100. Stamea' ': .
S preliminary organization of the 11:30. Further Information may : can be cut during the next six to the members to make Improvements said that a larger firework .:::
i I be months. "Not every town has two photogenic clerks," the .. .
chapter.Mr. obtained by calling the president on property.fre display Is plaMedthisyeaJ'an: r: '
Howlett will be at, the;\ Mrs. Allen, at 473-1129. : Mrs.. Homer said that expenditures Mayor Slames commented Tuesday night as Kitty suggested a five year lease and that there will be eight OJ! ten
( May 18 luncheon. and will provide The Alachua County; Home- through April totaled McGldve (left), . -p guidelines for the comCation -' makers Fashion Show will be $44,751, rep"'lentlJ1g67.7pel' took notes on "meeting as Joy Baker, who recently the request In writing and It exhibitions. .. :1
of the chapter program held on May 17 at the Senior ,"'t cent of the budget with half resigned, remained around to help Indoctrinate her would be acted upon at the next *1'b .:,'
President Simmons and his Citizens Center In Gainesville.Any ::: the ;year yet to go. successor.On regular meeting. Streets Committee Chalrmmt' :> ..*.
. itaff urge all seniors to attend Gay Livingston said he vras'tiof '. I ,
: and Join In this community; effort club member wishing to f u Mrs. Gloria Smart repiWsenting Morgan said the skeetshootready to make a recommetudatlon .. '. d .
to brlns' senior citizens attend may call the president; the Starke Church of the pending matter of occupational tax was discussed with Mrs. Ing program Is proving popular, on the long-delayed'-e:' ':. i.
j Jesus Christ of Latter Day, Homer a four and the club would like to ,,' : '
In suggesting Inroslon
together s widespread area, Mrs. Made Alien for information .- .. license fees the per problems at the MM- .
. including Hawthorne, Waldo. on transportation.; Sev- ;, Saints requested the use of Council decided to have Its cent l levy' "across the board" stall regulation equipment for mons property on Little Iirtte---' ,
; Keystone Heights, and others. eral members who modeled ..__,_ I.I- __ the city park two of three attorney check the new state with no maximum set. Fox said this activity; at a cost from Keystone but would do sar-'et- i
The chapter meets on the1 their clothes at the April meetIng ANKLE LENGTH-Garden nights a week for a church- statute No. 205 and then prepare he thought that four cent $3,500 to $4,000. Also under the next meeting. lie said the '
third Thursday of each month are planning to attend. flowers find their way into sponsored Softball league.Permission consideration is the construction estimated cost of installlngWfi"" .
. too low to
dresses for a scale of fees In accordance was provide the ,
at 11:30: ajn. AU Interested The Alachua County; Clubs long country Danville girl John was granted to use the with the law. needed revenue, and the matter of a three-dimensional arumlnou. fibre half-pipe In the e')'. :'. .

: parsons should Join now. will concluSe their month- spring.Wolf's cotton calico uses stripe to park U the church would agreeto was delayed for further chery target range at a cost washed-out ravine was $pW>i' ..' J'
, Beverages and table service ly meetings by June 1, until create a dress meant to be pay $15 a month to apply on ,The study until the next meeting. of approximately \91,500. Morbut said he was not yet s"' .' ,

. will be provided at the luncheon fall. However the Florida worn indoors or out day or the electric bill. proposed new utility The new tax would be levied gars said. that this would do the ..\\o\\).,"_ ,.. '
. on May 18.1, Homemakers Camp Programwill night. At the Insistence of ChaICrtiJn! : : .. .
be held June 6-9. He added that It Is planned Fox, Livingston said he wi1i1.J4" r';
FELLOWSHIP CLUBA Mrs. W. C. Bryon is able Indoor Landscaping Brings to ask 30 or 40 members of contact the property; owners ". ,
covered dish luncheon will to be out and attend church the club to Invest $100 each Involved and see If they, 'w.'b(It1'
be held by the Keystone Fellowship following an extended Illness Outdoors Inside The HouseLiving in these Improvements but they help share the cost.. '::': : ,,:;:' .

Club at 12:30 today about a month ago. ,-.. .- .. ... .
May 11, In the Lions Club. A Mrs. Frank Jones Is now beneficial --"' '. '
create an atmosphere air conditioning Is ...' .
. business meeting and member at home and improving some- plans eVl < '
of warmth and life, whether to plants if good humidity; Is '
participation program will be what. GAINESVILLE .r
; ;
. Buck Newsome of Montgom Indoors or out. The designof maintained In the Immediate. ; ::

. cry Ala. spent a week with many homes and buildings vicinity; of the plants. The most '::j.c- ',.: :
his brother and the today Includes suitable Indoor beneficial method of supplying .r
S.E. MCKAY locations for living plants. The moisture In the air comes from
Cecil Mewsomes, of Bedford Business .

REALTOR Lake.Mrs. Emily Icon has returned tured charm through of the the tropics Judicious Is cap use times syringing a day the with plants luke-warm several Directory ;;;: : ]

, Keystone rits. 473-4816.x' from a two weeks visit to her of living foliage plants. water. f, ;.:r; .;--.: : :-
Wise selection of plants for Soil for growing foliage plants ':'.
former home In Kentucky. AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES** :
Is verylmportant.Oneexcellent
Indoor landscaping requires two brat4yp1AJ
Mr. and Mrs. David Peters r ,
Is 1/2 bushel
of Keystone"Club Estates have considerations' where the plant growing,medium : ..
RENTALS the germaln peat 1/2 bushel BRASINGTON ,'r
returned from a month's trip will grow, and what size moss
plant should be. horticultural grade perllte, 2 Johnson& Paris I Inc1
to Arizona and other western ,
Nurserymen of 20% superphosphate a
... states., They retired to Key- Members of the Florida -' ounces I .' ; ,t
Mr* M lb u. 473-4740 and Growers Association and 4 ounces of a complete fertilizer \t .. SALES A SERVICE
el stone from the SEEDS PLANTS '
West >
J. Heights ,
.Il Ch..I..ltoa47S-187t!! are familiar with the many such as a 5-10-5 ana rlJehnl'101IdfjYli ,, : -.oh& .".., ..."rt.t.I :
.fin.oA...". ..Ud Ji i.1 ou. there_thewep ;y fbrms --of-foliage plants that lysis.'A light feeding of a good ; .. ..... ...ai .hu..;.., .. ;:. aJ.i.Af :. 71111! ef Used Coq Insecticides ;.:'//Pet Sappaj ::,:
U. "Ia: .
1 ... k c t -will help In proving tJ' pl-7 liquid fertilizer: 'each ,2 to' 3 : .0 .. .....-.. ...._....,1- -_ ;;:.men: Sn CB4IDacJPr.de i ',_. J I 1I, .. rt, .c s"g
\,,1'Bt' Keystone dltn'1I I tuft! ecetvhgwThe ,..n''caitofcnosphere to the Interior months (Should be adequate\ to ,. \ r ... ., /'tl\ ', n,:, 2001 N.W. 13th .-k..J Ph.-J78-SKU FERTILIZERS / .;. 4.
Aell t ph., ; Scales l
of the home.A keep your Indoor foliage plants Cindy We Rent Fertilizer sprea'deftj

certain amount of homework growing to top shape according Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA ZZ4 N.W. >ih Ph. 378-0478''.
\ Is required to learn the to former Florida Nurserymenand .. ...
,. ,
: basic needs and requirements Growers Association President Keystone School Announces
of growing plants Indoors. This. Jack Christmas, a leading GLASS :;"
KEYSTONE MELROSE Is easily accomplished through grower of tropical foliage Valedictorian Salutatorian 4 wheel drive I.IId'-a I 1 Y!
reading material related to the plants. Moisture In the soil. Sales Parts, Service 'M ::
kind of subject and by visit- Indoors requires careful man- Clean Used Teroias
BUSINESS DIRECTORY ing a local nurseryman. agement. A deficiency for extended The Keystone Heights High Class President 11; 'K' Plub, LIDDELLsr' sr"ll y.
Selection of plants for Indoor periods'! will cause the School has announced the two 10*, 11', 12; Secretary U; Science 1700 to. Main 87O12M
'i I landscaping Is dependent upon plant to. wilt slowing down aU students selected for highest Club 11; Pep Club four years Glass Company'"GliM
FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN environment. The problem maybe growth processes. Excessive honors In the graduating class PTA Beauty Academy
approached In two ways: ((1) moisture In the soil ails the of 1972. FHA| and Chess Club. For Every Purpon! VStxwe
SLIM &eg e HARDWARE+ Select the plant to suit the air spaces and chokes off oxy- John A. Valldejull. son of Mr. 9; Senior Girls Club, four POWELL'S .. l"ronr.-Mlrronr .-';*.
j 'V environment in any given location -' gen required for the roots to and Mrs Jorge M. Valldejull. years; Miss KHS Contest 10. Tub Enclosures-Showers ....
: ANIGARDIN or ((2)) change the environment breathe. Prolonged periods of has been named Valedictorian 11, 12; "Miss Penny Vote," 12. Beauty Academy Furniture Top *- Olaes? A""'
Fish .fi'Stuff', CEHTXlt t tA to suit the plant se excessive moisture In the soil and Cindy L. Scales, daughterof placed'
lected. will kill the roots thereby lead- Wm. A. Scales and the late Leant a Profession In Tour
Live Bait complete line of Hdw.Moore. Light Intensity; regulates food Ing to the death of your plant. Mrs. Scales Is Salutatorlan. GainmilleHurlng Co, Spare Tune. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION

CrlcketsShlnnersWormsMinnows manufacture. the more food Honor won bY John! during 219 NW. 10th 378-2788 ....
.... the better Foliage plants his high school career include 1228 So. Main GainesvUteM'
the plant produces are usually .
TACKLE-RODS-REELS Plumbing & Electrical Supp. Its growth. The kind of artificial planted In the size and form Beta Club 10. "11. 12; Class 4. ,xd,1 MR.BILL ELECTRIC MOTORS :'t; "':1.r. 1 I

i.I FISHING 8. HUNTING Gro-Tone Fertilizers light used to promote desired. These plants are then Senator. U; Interact Club. 10. 37281913721102MOi'OIICYCLES; ...j.,..
Insecticides plant growth Is very impor- most attractive when they make U, 12; Most Intellectural 12; WR08ER.OWNER ELECTRIC ---"'"
LICENSES AMMUNITION tant. < Day light" types; of only very slow growth and maintain Outstanding Scholastic Award.
ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From fluorescent light should be usedIn the same attractive proportions 11' "It's Academic" Team Motor: Repair Co., : : .7..t' ,4IALI1 ."
. Keystone Hots. 473-4357 LightKey.tone combination with incandes- as when planted. Periodic Chess Club and football.! Or Oslnecvffle !Do. ,:' '1." ,
.j ""* cent light the fluores- pinching back will assist In .
Hgls. 473-3663 or new -C .. .
Repairing Rewinding t3ZOx1WwdayN .
.FURNITURE-GIFTS cent lights designed specifically restricting undue plant growthIn Cindy's record of honors and ." -.. -... t'tt.l Ai )'
RESTAURANT for growing plants Indoors order to maintain original activities. !Include; N 1 INDOPERATOR New and Used .
' ..
" Lake Geneva should be used to provide the shape and form. Weekly dusting Most intellectual 12; Who's 1C' 2818 N. W. 16th Ph. 9724318 -" ........".... XJ" '"-...'...'.. '..'
of .
best growing conditions. or wiping foliage will .
The Paladin Who In High School Honor Soc- .. .. 'r...' -"
remove dust which restricts .
Temperature largely deter- "" '
MOVERS : : : ::;
FurnitureGift normal We and handpolishing' !!& 12; Beta Club. 10. U. 12. : :'L ..
Under; New Management mines the rate of plant growth.All processes ---rove iron; v : .; : '
plants adaptable for Inside of Individual leaves Beta Club president, 12; "I
& Candle Shop Jack and Marie Sanford' the home will last longer In (sImilar to polishing an apple) Dare you" Award 12; Cheerleader TbeDl0St .' Lone Distance Moving, .. __'N.. ........,....-......... \",...',....
Bar-B-Que Buffet LunchSMORGASBORG a day temperature of 70 to provides the most satisfactory 9, 10. 11, 12; Captain Sloriue -- Packing -"'__'''_ M....
75 degrees F. and a night temperature method of supplying a satin 2 years; Student Government 63 Crating shipping -- 372.9527
I EXQUISITE GIFTS Thru Frl. of 60 to 65 degrees like sheen to your tropical fo- 9, 10, 11; Secretary, one year; Free Estimates CaU -(7COMIT Crt. '1..1': -"'--.....'
Mon. F. Contrary to popular belief. liage. powerfulNORELCO
I, Furniture For Every BREAKFASTServed MUSIC .., .

ti i Taste And Purse From 7 A.M.B. '

S.. Our Candle Display B. Que Take.Out Orders FlORID behind- BAL WIN !

I' Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva Open 7 A.M. 10 P.M. Mon. WILDLIFEWCOMMENTS

. J 1 MI. East of Keystone Hgts. Thru the-earald PIANOS & ORGANS.

' Fri., Sat., Sun. 7 A.M. Van Service, Inc. CHOICE OF THE ARTiStS
11 P.M. ever 3S4. NJB.: Wilde ... QVflle .'

,. Richard T. Lovorn Hwy 21 N. Top Of Hill '. '. m-cm .4am \
Keystone 473620TELFVISION.IR
s> Reg. rteal Estate Broker Dr. O.E. Frye, Jr. AUTO SALES SERVICE MUSIC Co. .:" '..

: CONn.I Director lfith. BLOUNT PONTIAC CMIIe Shopping Clr. 372-5351
A / 6730.II's -
LAKE PROPERTIES ; 1 TV Service!! CenterQuasar" GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION K helped peopl.throughout CMS INC. Farm and Industrial .'. .
I o th. .
RESIDENTIAL! i! To dered while attempting to regulate forty wildlife :
properly manage the managementareas. Equipment
,.:! world hear b.tt.r .
BUSINESS ACREAGE wildlife end fresh water aquaticlife wildlife usage end perpetual it has t fr.m.ly ,.
APPRAISALS TVSTEROCAR while at the same time the species.As When establishing these refutations high maximum
AND PORTABLE providing good hunting and a result of population! the Commission must ':; omplification.Ytt Santa Fe Tractor "
Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 fresh water fishing In Florida, expansion man Is taking a act In the best Interest of the ;
TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAl. Is a difficult task. To carry out heavy toll on wildlife habitat. particular species and at the It alto delivers exceptional'sound Factory Authorized
FORD ... '
Edna Knepper; A.. c. ANDRESIDENTIAL this assignment It b I necessary Man needs timber to build same time satisfy the broad quality. Pontiac "

473-4111 for the Game and Fresh Water homes and pulpwood for the range of sportsmen. On the If you believe your hearing; Sale..Part.-Servlce Farm Tractors ft Implements-! "
Isn't I all it could be come 'In today
Fish Commission to \ -
regulateman's thousands of and cellu 'oJ'
AIR CONDITIONING paper surface this doesn't sound like 210 N. MainGainesville
lor of free demonstration of
Martha Durbln Asoc method of utilization oCflorida' lose In his USED EQUIPMENT ....
.5 SALES SPRVICEKEYSTONE products dally use. much but let's briefly list a what the 6730 can do. Absolutely Fla. i>
.473.3362 HEIGHTS wilflife resources.: He clean and drains swamps to few of the various types of no obligation, SALES PART BERVJCB;";",?:
l Webstei's definition of the build highways and dredges hunter and fishermen without Slop' In er mail coupon for 372.2583'TRAILERS7 '
word 'regulate" that the Com 4488 N. W. 6th 379-2M8 .': .
4714651Jd.991tE and fllls estuaries to build placing them in a particular additional Information .

SHOPNeil's HoME_ mission favor Is "to adjust so summer vacation cottages. la sequence: of Importance. They NAME .................................... GAINESVILLE. FLA. :'.. ','.

as to work properly". When addition it appears that man Include deer hunters both still ADDRESS ............................... MOBILB HOMESREPAIRSSEBVICK.Klrby's : :

Beauty Style Slug Want?? to If you sell have your a MobieHome buyer. establishing the Wildlife the Code regulations of Florida of, has called upon his total hunters and dog hunters archery : CITY...................................... Moblla.. Horn' :.;:-..
Mobile Home Brokers will .the Commission makes capabilities to develop hunters turkey hunters, PHONE ,......,...........iee.etO*.,ie..*. Riftlr & Supplies I IBe. *.
ALL ,financing: and every methods to pollute the waters hog hunters, quail hunters, fie ;...,. .
"Fer eleveller arrange Insurance details for a bro- attempt to establish a harmonious of this state. dove hunters, primitive weapon GAINESVILLE HEARING. Authorized Dealer Fo.*,-.. .

kersge fee of 10of the selling relationship between man Let's discuss: man's selfishness hunters and on and on. In the 230 N.E. weld Rd. Evine-Intcrtherm ", ,.'. .'
you"fk.n.47S price. For more Informationcall and wildlife. This is no simple as s problem In managingand world of fresh water fishing we AID CO. Gainesville 37S-06S1 Sieglet Hewing It Air Cond" '**

chore. The primary factor for regulating hunting and have bass fishermen bream 2639 N.W. 3th St. .itioninf Equip. XuSuppliesAwninge ::,;
2211 numerous reasons, making this, fishing In Florida fishermen catflsbermen rod Sel.ra.rv1c..-".....,.
Shopping iM|. .....,. .. -
1 a difficult task Is man.Let' ae low 14 :M per day : ; ..
Each In March the and reel fishermen
Between K.yeron.t ; 1 BOX 350 J1 year cane pole Noil Te WoIce376.0095.r Hllc... 1 InMaiMd-CompiMe, Air Conditioning Installed
examine for s moment ,.
Commission sets general hunting fishermen, commercial fishermen 375.1942Naakjl:4lvlwMu FM v.lt. Sirvice De.
Heights MELROSE, FLORIDA 32466 two of these reasons: popula- and fresh water fishing ,etc. far All Ma.... 650. Up *>%,
regulations .
tion "'....11.._ dealer' Fan, 4500N.W. 6th St. Gainesville.37B8903 _
and man's selfishness.
end MaJro PHONE 475-1751 for the next fiscal Attempting to strike a Kountry Alre. Slutte.StercreniUytlone .
These are probably the two year and In August establishes happy medium regulation- :

tract critical areas to be consl-! specific regulations for each of wise Is nearly Impossible e 19
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PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE CLASSIFIED AD RATES TOP 100 records only 75! and SAVE SEWINO" MACHINE' : RIIP"IR': SAVE Big! Clean rug and upholstery $ SAVE 5-
IJIIerUon Monday last week hits tor only 5W\! we ThatLong Distance AND PARTS.HOUSE CALLS. with Blue Lustre.Pent .,11<'
Deadline fOr will not be undersold at Dah- electric hampooerl.Devrick, J ;
:. HEIGHTSPHONE be p.n. preceding Thursday mer' Dla ount. 4 tchg. S/'ZS./ Phon. Call, SHOP WORK inc..Builders Hardware Supplies FlED DAm
publication. w. now handle air lino ALL WORK OUAKA.4TEED Starke Fla. Phone 964-

47.13176: Minimum;Charge-$1.75 FOR SALE. Fully\ furnished 2 tickets, cruises, and tour. e..n' 6163. IpHAMPTON, BUICK PONTIAC

(Covers 15 words) bedroom house with air conditioning We offers special package GMC TRUCKS
and .
heating system.If LAKE LOTS
Each word over 15. II''
Interested >phone> 9647043. Tour of New Cor/if 75 foet water front and reachIng It''A LITTLE RIDE CA.N SAVE
:-............. ......................... 2 tp. 5U.BEAUTIFUL. Disney World from water of Lake to Road. YOU A LOT"
./dnl9a.e Terms. A. J. Thomas TeL
.I.I.q Love Seat, scotch Call 964-744 964-5701 & 964-6850. tfchg GREEN COVE SPRINGSINSURANCE -*
i' ....... & rough carpentry work. Also guard sofa tor only $59.95 at COLLECTOR'S ITEMS
DEALER electrician needed. Baldwin Dahmer's Recount 4tchg.5/25 TOWN FINANCE CO. BRIC. A- BRAC

i Store, 301 N. Starke, Call 1.I2S4 P.O. Box 224 N. Temple l'/i\ Mi. N. of Keystone INTERESTED. IN BUYING OR
Covering SELLING.
: STIHL AND : 3$9 collect. Itp. e X 9 $3.19; 9 x 12 $3.98 State Rd. 100' AT REDUCED RATES

ATLAS, MANGO I pOULANLAWN : FOR RENT-Vntumlahed 3 bed 12 x 12 $!Jo50; 12x 15 onlyS14.91r HELP WANTEDCook, Waitress Bill Jo Brunohky. Owner CONTACT AUTO, FIREBOAT.
: YARDMAN house located 417 W.Call many patterns and Phone 473-3433
and Dishwasher. Apply
& GARDEN CHAIN SAWSSALES'SERVICE $85 month. For informa- colors. Dahmer's Discount GEORGE ROBERTS
j per Horn Restau
In person. Long AGENCY
: EQUIPMENT tion call Metros 4752813. tfchg.
tfchg. rant. 4tp 5/ :S LOST DOGBlack poodle, REAL ESTATE tchg.

: i NEW "-II Reducing Plan 42 WANTED TO Rent2 or 3 unclipped, vicinity Orange PIIONE 964-7826:
FAST REPAIR SERVICE WANTEDCook and Waitress Tablets$3.00 Money Back Gua unfurnished house or St. Phone 9648915. Itchg.
bedroom 421 W. MADISON ST.
taking applications. Apply at rantee. Koch Drug Store lOtp Starke or vicinity. Tea-
i MlCANOPY VLNO.SHOP i -Carden Restaurant tfchg 6/22 apt.cher and wife with no childrenor 1969 FORD Galaxle 500 4 dr. WATER, FOR FRONT SALT LOtS' '
373-2963. lip
POSTED SIGNS Treated to pets. Phone sedan. V-8 engine. Air power FOR SALE-1970 Dodge Polara. On Crosby Lake and Crosby
: U.S. 301 SOUTH PH. 964-8970 i withstand weather- 20< each. RENT- bedroom mobile and automatic transmission. 23,000 miles excellent condition Lake Canal. Canal SO feet:

........................................... $2.25 x. Special price) on SEWING FOR air conditioned.Call Excellent condition. 149500. new tires balance of fac- wide. 8 feet deep) Located on
larger quantities. Bradford 964-6236 home or 964-5630. Up Call 9648332. Itp tory warranty, small equity and State Road 100. 3 miles Westof
County; Telegraph. MACHINE assume payments. Call 964- Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca-
8669 after 4 p.m. Trooper S. mobile,home or
SALE1971 Dodge Dart tion cottage;
FOR MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. P, Burnett. Itp t' ",
KEEP HEALTHYLaums Taking application tot Sale and Service Swinger. A/C. vinyl top P/S. Inveltlnellt. $200.
KIngsley Lake ;rlces start at$1,29 .OOS
PFAFF. ELNA Rally 533-2696.wheels Itp 90 West, Lake City RELAX and unwind with safe down sod $39.00 month for 3ftam
FHA-235 Now Homo* Phon. 752.3723 effective GoTense tablets. Only ** (8 1/2 % simple InterCaIl -
And Shrubs 980.Andrews! Pharmacy. Itp
be *
Must ex-
New Brick 3 aid .4 WHITE perienced.COOK Hours 4 p.m. to 9 For B.st Selection Of 964-7701 8 a.m.1o t,

Bedroom Homes Call for Interview after p.m.weekdays. tf
SPECIAL Call for Details $49:50 up 4 p.m.-Trail Restaurant..782- MINI'HOMES The Glass Shop s_ .

Low Down Payment Parts & Repairs on 3886. It TRUCK CAMPERSAND 2 AIR Conditioned cottages

andModerate Monthly all other Mako Ma-' FOR RENT2 single family TOPPERS Glass summer< rent, KIngsley Lake.

SPRINKLER PaJlftentaLONGCIIAMP ... homes: I BR, 2 BR.'N. Lake -- Call 533-2366 after six. Itchg
Line Of Parts And For ,
St., Starke Vacant June 3. '":\'" '
ANI HOMES NATIONAL Phone 782-3511. 2tp 5/18 Service
ItMiie. M4-MS3 O.C. Carries Nursery "'
WATER HOSE LADY to work In snack bar. : Installed While-U-Walt
SOI 9c 611 W. Univ. Av. LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf
Alt SPRINKLERS lbS4ejfeoTf' Gainesville, Florida Phone 9645044. Stuckey's Pecan & Country Club, ready for. Custom Vinyl.Auto Tops! Thousands of Plants
Shoppe. Itp building on or for lnves men: G'vtf Fruit Trees. Shade Trees.Evel'&Teene. ,
1017 N. Blain
378.1355 Lots area approximately 1/2 Camellias
10% OFF FREE- old Husky Shepherd ,
acre and larger. Paved roads ''Azaleas. Roses
NYLON REINFORCED I 2 MONTH OLD Beagle puppiesfor dog.Very gentle but chews only >,3 minutes from town. *
.J sale,.$3.00.Phone 964-6479. shrubbery. Phone after 5 P.m. Call '964-7701 8 a.m. to S P.m.tfchg. ,CANOES: Mohawk fiberglass Moot blyliab; Plant AnrUueJ.ANDSCAPINO
HP 782-3370. lip. 16' guide $155; 17-1/2j $170 .
-' plus tax.--Dealer Gainesville Hwy. 100
HI:SE. of Starke!
\ti FOR RENT-One bedrrom house FOR RENT- bedroom house IF 372-0521. hip 6/29 Florahome 15"2165
furnished. Adult, no FUFNTURE furnished or unfurnished. Also IF YOU RENT OR YOU

1D%OEFARGENTINE ;: nicely pets$100 month. 1711 Anderson I bedroom apt.furnished.. .H. BUY YOU PAY FOR THE
; off Highland, Green CoveSprr1Bs. Quality Home Furnishings Nollman. tfchg. HOME YOU OCCUPYWe A. Help in Your Roof REDUCE safe & fast with Co-
1/ lip 1 f Custom DraperiesCarpeting Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water
# Wait Or A "
Why Mak. It So Easy To Own A. \ pills. Andrews fharmacy.
FOR SALERegistered Black .Interior by Victor ( iib 7tp 6/15-
Clifford The Income Now Or Used Home .
BAHIA SEED.Ib. Angus bulls, $200 up. 1600 Park Ave. Orange Park o .

7145.Martin,2fr Lawtey 8/18, Phone 964- 24-9311 ff ,i) Tax.ReturnsYou'r. 12' wide 24' wldosNow

.97 ",, For Can Waiting Make Used Repot ROOF l ler. : Brorlraice
SALEHorse and saddle U
;5Ib. 4.75 pony and saddle. Clifford Martin PUMP.SERVICE I Your Down Payment Up To 12 Years To Pay J & J Roofing Co.

Lawley Phone 9647145. Moans low, low Payments '
2tp 5/18 WELLS & PUMPS Today On Th. Mobil. Homo Phone 964-8088 or 473-4735. .- .
FRUIT AND Of Choice .. _W. Trade For Anythllll ,'rl m ,-3" ... --'.
,Your Hiway 901' South
+ FOB.,SALE-1963. Ford Gala*, Well.. 2" and up ? 'j
Goats To 1tollcAwligen
Come To Our Office Billy Battleships.ST.
Ft.OW Ri G le 500 2-dr HT, good paint 24 Hr,' lervic on all\
job. 390 motor In good shape. W.'II Do The Rest.
Phone 964-5028 Nelson Criffls. makes New a Vstd

SHADE TREES !Itp GOULDSMYERSJACOZZI Wo Trade For Anything From Orange Avo. (U.S. 17)) 2-1/2 to 5 acre plots N 301 Sates Service \'t/I

',' h UP TOIOFT.TALL German She- PUMPS Billy Goat. To Battleships.ST. Phone 284-5439 approx. 1/2 ml. out of city 1 ML North of Tire MallGAINEBVILLE

FREEHalf pard PIP>>les.breed 8 weeks old.Some Florida Pump Service JOHNS MOBILE HOMES Groan Cove Springs, Fla. limits.

N NOW 4L77 with Short tails Nice pets. Ph. 9914 Blanding Blvd. Orange Ave. (U.S. 17)) RAIFORD
964-7036 Itchg 5/11 PHONE 264.5630 Phone 284.5439 FOR KENT- bedroom frame 3 BR frame recently painted.
unfurnished house. Near shopping located to
Oran.a P.rk, Fla. Green Cove Springs, Fla.
RENT- 2 bedroom
FOR or center. Phone 9648404. stores post office etc.Beau- 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired'and
apartment. Call 964-8654 after 2tchg 4/11 tIM large yard. Dahmors Discount -
- cleaned: at*
IS" TO 18" JAPNESE BOXWOOD -- <1.87 5 p.rn. lip .
TV sets for rent black and WE GIVE SERVICEWe get fast service tfchg
white or color by week or FOR RENT- Furnished or unfUrnished 4 BR. Block const. Inside
results! List property for
furnished your
TOP SOIL COW FOR Bachelor RENT-Apartment.Nicely Air conditioned : month at Dahmer's Discount. sale with us. Call today.- I bedroom efficiency Looks completely\ 4 redecorated.: fenced -'; .:
great acres
960 month 633 Mc- 10 tchg. 6/29. BILL POWELL, BROKER:964- apartment, $65. Near shopping .- .
center. Phone 9648404. garden already planted 6 mln.
Mahon St.Phone W4r6279.tfchg 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg 2tchg 5/11 to Starke. .oIaIe Hcnlos
50 Ib:--- IA7 MANUItESterlized FOR RENT12 wide Mobile
homes Inside city limits. J. B. GRAHAM SINGLES 8:DOUBLE'' WIDES
SALELake side :
Weed Free and Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114 FOR cottageto Beautiful location: large oak Rooms' Add
PUMPS be moved approx. 1,000sq Expondo &
I or 9648799. If no answer 2 BR f#) trees. Nice 3 BR Block const.
.MICN PEAT 40 lb. Reg. 2.29 I call 9648874. tfchg large, ft.family aluminum room.siding.Ideal for, ( Paved circle drive. Paved On Rooms

NEW AND USED, small family\ Buford Mitchell road. Assorted fruit trees 2- Froo delivery and sot up
1.47 0 NOW I FIAT) 1/2 acres land. 8 min to
50 lb.------ Phone 9646853. tfchg 100 MILE RADIUS
SALES Starke 16 mln. to Galneivllle. -

Complete' Pest Control PARTS I11LEW'S WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators SALES PARTS BANK FINANCING.
WELDING SHOP washers. -- Gr..n Cove
Service Give Us A Call Deep and Shallow Wells raer's Discount House tf/chg BILL POWELL BROKER Tel. 284-5001-264-7311"
Water Softener and USED IMPORT CARS
Whispering Pine .Mp- 9646464Or
i tOllDA GARDENCENTEH FiltersPlumbing tel US 301 & Phone WE NOW HAVE diamond nee- HARFRED AUTO
964-8232 dles for any make or model
EST Supplies stereo playerDahmer'l Discount IMPORTS, INC.
4 OttMKAi C& PHONE: 964.7061DURRANCE BRAZING List your properly for sale with 964-6593
: and
VA Financing. Experience
Phona 964-5745 capable. A. J. Thomas Reg. 'SEWING MACHINE-CleaftM. MOBILE HOME
TRAILER HITCHES oiled.and adjusted In .
SUPPLY CO. Real Estate Broker Tel. 964- jrcur
PUMP & INSTALLEDWrancjjer 5701 & 964-6850 It home *o.. Vcumn cleaner SALES
repairs also. All work guaranteed. FOR SALE2 or 3 bedrrom
t Dennis E. Cogging Phone house on large corner lot. New 12' AND 24' WIDES
431-1428 tfchf" chain link fence, nicely\ furnished PHONE 479-4320
2 Bedroom. 1 bath. In City, $7,200 unfurnished,
frame on large lot,nice house 6000. 705 W. Pratt St. 964- ON ROUTE 100

8823. lip Keystone Heights, FU.!
Lake 80' lot. Seawall -
.Santa Fe /
boat ramp, dock bathhouse CARL BIGGS
toots double boat shelter,
small house very neat. High Gulf Service OLIN' MOBILE HOME SALES

FOR THE l' dry lot. Used Ports


paved road, mostly pasture USED CARS you buy a mobile home
you should consider quality, + '
i HAS' Frame Duplex apt., good lo- In this whol. area price and service. ..., Con '
cation. Good Income properly. We give all three and guarantee 01, '
24 Hr. Wrecker Service nr
to beat any advertised =
2 LOCATIONS ,TO SERVE YOU BOOTS 5 acres, 660' on paved road USED PARTS price. '
.t by 330' deep. High dry. Our 12 foot wldes start at
Hwy.301 M, Waldo, 329500.
Wt New Op*all The F ranr 3 bedroom home In City 1 .
BELTS WALLETS bath, kitchen, living 4 dining 448-1998 Hwy. West Stark. 964-5606

1SPeaHer ..... ..... area screened porch needs
1.8S.UESSOIIES: some repairs. ...........m..N

ef Mst.... .... NtasSt.Wo LAKE CHURCH 3 bedroom house 1 bath.Excellent r-

liwlte Yeu T. Com lie _.. NB1AN Ftnttth MOCCASINS Leather very large location.: corner Central lot In air-City 1 I SUN JIMMY SPORTS MOORE'S FACTORY BELT NEEDED l 1

SPECIALSSTRING Large house furnished FOB Owen, Joist of Florida. ln..
SPLENING will sleep 15-20 people on MOORE BOAT Mood dependable, able
NowRodBIlM OLD KENTUCKY River Ocala National orat. YOUR MONEY. bodied factory h.Ip.pi. experience necessary.

SQUASH ,- LB. 19* POTATOES LB. ,.t.. 25* tWlIXN SH1r3CAIRADBNELeather ; Stark Ph. 9M4T91 Steady w.rk.verelm., fringe benefits.' '

., DOZ 50* < 10 acres, with I heavy growth Complete Outboard A IF YOU AUK WILLING TO WORK APPLYOWEN

You Can Ahcay Find It of fines near Lawtey. SUra Drift fUrrlM Flbej'glass and. AT JOIST
Repair. Complete
FarmFr&k Shop Repair. Custom* a)

REAL ESTATE built Fiberglass FIshins', Lincoln City Rood. Motley through" Friday
I MILE SOUTH th) U.3.301 PHONE 964-7826 Boat

DOlNG'SPage LAITEY, FL_. 421 W. MADISON ST. 7iUOA.MTe5s rp.M.

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