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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 18, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Company D
By a vote

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I: -' ; 2 Coeds Earn for Florida t.', e 3

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Some 3,500 National guardsmen composing __ County.

I most of Florida's 53rd Brigade, I

including about 150 men of Co. D (Maint) Bradford High coeds planning: cludes Newly Bradford created, am't 2,,.' ,'n-,e

53rd Support Battalion from Starke, end: to study business education after( hl-h. northern half of t.r'-

ed 'Sunday a 15-day summer training school arc the 1972 valedictorian ltd: : ties. It Is a met < !r
district with <..
encampment at Camp Blandl g. r salutatorian incumbent but has .1-
nounced he will e-
Their departure will give local noted. Bonnie Trisler. daughter of business education. election to the II .ise
residents a brief respite Company D Is conducting U' $ Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Trisler of Becky plans to attend St. after serving and
from the night time firing of training assemblies this week Hampton, has taken top honors Johns River Junior Collegein going through is,
the Army' big guns. Nextwdta end, May 20-21, and will be __ with a grade point aver- Palatka to study accounting. two necessitated 'mus
are due at Blandlng this Sunday -' visited by Lt. t;oI. Daniel S. age of 3.904, Just shy' of a As a senior Bonnie Is a member reapportionment
May 21 1, and all5-daytrafn. White the Battalion commander perfect 4.0 average. Miss of the National Honor Soc- Majority opinion .its
ing period which ends June 4. and his staff. Trisler the valedictorian .
The group will consist mostly made straight A's as a Juniorat .. nnr'J"Q, :! .h Supreme Court or
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of Jacksonville Guard units. BUS and this term has Just .. i1Ii! open to ;es
three B'g.Becky 2'' .. 1. of the various Jer
Several encampments are 'WreckInjures districts provided! both the
planned at Blanding this summer i- Jackson daughter of 11 (House and Senate.Forthcoming .
ending with the National l Mr. and Mrs. W.T, JacksonSr. ,".
Guard Officers Candidate ., Starke compiled a '3.88 shay
School set July 923. Most Flo- honor point average in four proceed, the (screed -
rida guardsmen will train at I years at BUS to become sal "but ate
Blandlntf during their annual utatorlan of the Class of 1972. should take notice a challenger -
15-day active duty period. One Lawtey She won second prize In the of the ent plan
exception Is Miami Infantry battalion Future Business Leaders w may be able to bur-
a part of the 53rd Brigade Shorthand Contest this year. den of proving that multi-
that Is not scheduled to Driver member districts !.htu-
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train here.' Bonnie made 468 and Becky xtI tionally operate or
379 of a possible 499 on the 12)'a'e
cancel the voting UI of
"Company D had an outstanding A Lawtey man. 20, was InJured Senior Placement test.Bonnie racial or .
Tuesday when the large 1
of training
'year says '
Capt. Jimmy Reddish eommander truck he was driving collided11'Plrtth'ltkenh'rNh""dGhY'1 plans to attend Santa Ij .."tf such : nut." "
..... ,;: lek.tUp. Fe Junior College for two years' I q SJ7
'-, : '-'" o?Cite local;.Guard tend; !: the opinion "lite( apportionment

+.A In competition with 'other-'u-> truck Florida on Highway US-301,Patrol according Troop.to These t.n Bradford)High h coeds, ';'elected recently will be varsity cheerleader next year. University then transfer; to seek to Florida a degree State in invalid as to plan any ; i bo>r district held-

.nits of') UKI ,53rd Brigade the er S.P.; Burnett.. A| ih. bottom (|Ilr),' Connie ChasUen/ttioyjgWwman. "Tbi'middle'rov* !'* Donna'Provott, Carol Bonnie Tri II., to (lie ."
'Starke unit (Company D) won Beam, Debbie Rich and Katrina Coleman At th..top fs t Sally'Terade, Terry McNeil, Elaine
the Best Mess Hall award, the Michael Lewis Norman, son Sherman, and Vicky Turner. "jfj lety and the Future Business Rep. Shaw prior opinion
best dressed soldier award of Mr. and Mrs.Harold Norman Leaders of America. She was seriously the
second! In the .best drilled a- of Lawtey, was admitted to The girl are planning a car wash Saturday at Hurst's Shell Station on US 301 and SR-100 w on the backup team to represent new apportionment 1 \ on the
ward. Bradford County; Hospital Tuesday to raise money to attend summer 'cheerleading camp. BUS on Channel 12'a "It's same basis on c court
morning with apparent back Academic" television compo- questioned (C l.iy C \ Shaw
SFC A. I. Covington headed Injuries His back was Injured U pointed l out hits > relation
the unit that won the best mess In a wreck about a year ago, As a sophomore, Bonnie was of 32,059, more combined -
hall award. SP4 Henry Thorn- Trooper Burnett said and ap- named sophomore girl of the population udford
ton was named the best dressed parently relnjured Tuesday. County's 14.623 northern -
Police received! the foreign lan-
year
soldier In camp. SP4 Harvey W. Man Outruns half of St. ._ about
McCarthy won the best driver Johnnie Sherlock. 54, Orlando guage award and the highest 10,000.
award. SP4 Leaton U. Morgan driver of a 1970 Chevrolet academic award, and was pre !New: District 25, point
m won second place in the pick up pulling a homemade sident of the Spanish Club. ed out,. leaves ,-uity In
best drilled contest. The entire trailer was not Injured. As a senior Becky Is President the driver's scat If : there
Starke unit won the brigade Both vehicles were travel- of the Future Business stick together.
Softball tournament. SP4 Ing in the right hand lane of Eludes Bloodhounds"Coming Leaders of America at BUS Ken. Wavno ,
Kenneth Carlton received the US-301 when the accident occurred and a member of the National: currently / Bradford -
Softball tournament. trophy for about 8:50 a.m. In Honor Society.; She Is also president County; In a IIy; dis-
the unI north Lawtey Just .1 mile southof of the Little Women's trict with Rep. placed
D's payroll for the SRS-125. in on SR-100 from open." Mrs. Underwood was at the Club. She has served on the In new District \ -
Company active training Norman's 1969 Ford 10-wheel the Madison Street Baptist The 50-year-old man took motel restaurant Tuesday night Jackson homecoming float and skit committees passing Columbia [
duty
15 days ; truck collided with the Church, we first spotted the truck and Abbey ate dinner there. Becky
to $32,340 after taxes, produce off In a stolen pickup all four years. Counties In their )' plus
came Warrant Officer left rear comer of the trailer truck answering the description Tuesday morning outran Starke He was not see again until city; the eastern halves :fadlsonand
according to service pulled by ,Sherlock's pickup at about 5 In the morning." police until they shot three police saw the truck they had As a sophomore Becky was Suwanneo
Albert Crosby county; truck. Norman was unable to said Assist Chief Bill Chambers. tires off the truck then out heard described on an all-points secretary of the Spanish Club
officer. bulletin the air by Bradford and won the class honor tro- Hollingswortli, In district -
entire 53rd say what caused the accident, ran Raiford bloodhounds for put on J ClarkTo
of the
Payroll the trooper stated. The police officers then followed 15 miles and Is still on the Deputy; Sheriff Robert phy. faces Leon
Brigade totaled approximately$575OOIJ After the Initial Impact, tho the suspect Into town loose. Green McDonald, D-Uve
unofficial
according to pickup truck spun sideways and and turned on the blue light at known to drink. Presently Shaw -
information, Crosby reported Giving his' name'as Tommy Tuesday Seek 16 and
the bta P1',:::1' .t tru.!', 3c: set' the Alligator Creek Bridge on Early morning the Un worth represent
worked at
Much of the pay was the left side of the pickup with South 301, beginning a long Abbey the man had derwoods looked for Abbey at 17, both make Baker
spent In the Starke area he the Underwood Motel, for the Bradford Nas-
Clay
local taverns and
its right front. The smaller fruitless chase. months as'a truck finally reported Vandals
noted. around and turned past six the truck and other equipment Sheriff'sOffice sau, and Union ,
rick spun
Members of Co. D who have bad driver and carpenter. "We
"He was weaving pretty
its stolen Both Shaw and I worth
over coming to rest on top "
not yet completed their active and when he crossed the yel- trusted him Implicitly. says
'I'ho larger vehicle! came to rent Underwood who Abbey Deputy; Green says Wreck voted against the -
duty; training did not attend the low line It us an excuseto Mrs Harriet ,
in the median strip. gave piled his clothes, an outboard ber house plan by the
annual field training Crosby him Chambers said left Abbey thought to be from
Llneleum rugs being hauledin stop motor a rUle, and $150 In Legislature.In .
"When we turned on the light, Ohio, In charge of the motel
Senate's
tralle of the pickup were the
the SchoolVandals
thrown out, the trooper said. he Just kicked It down wide' and restaurant at times. (See Page 12)) Jimmy Clark, 30, of Starke reapportionment ap-
has announced his attention to '
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Norman was charged with ..,... .... .."... Y: become a candidate In the upcoming
: :,=.u... .".': :}::::: M.v--v.wa: : : : :::: ::O: :?w :::::: .x:::i :; ::* *' wrecked havoc in cision. Sen. Bob DGalnesville -
areless driving : In Brad-
(JlJt mown cnrirr sheriffs race who '-
Sherlock's the Bradford School< over the ,
Damage to ford
County
"'- pickup was estimated at $2.000 I 3 Charged With Attempt weekend Inflicting several Bradford County; been distract !
Damage to the trailer was $500 A former Starke policeman hundred dollars in damage on placed In a two -
and to the linoleum rugs at under former chief Bobby Biggs walls ceilings and physical numbers six,
In 1969-70 and a former Flor- In which three reside -
\ Norman's education equipment.
$159. Damage to -
produce
It truck was estimated at To Blackmail WhiteheadThree ida patrolman 1967-69 ClarkIs : Saunders, E.Bishop -
and Sheriffs
currently employed as a City; police D-Lake City Sen.
8800. mechanic at Vogue Mfg Co. In Office are cooperating In the Jim Williams, -
Starke. Investigation but no arrests
persons have been program who turned state's sentence for slaying the two had been made up to Wednesday The new senate are
Net charged with a conspiracyto ; evidence in the case. deputies when they attemptedto Clark has completed the 200 morning, although several composed of Taylor,
Robbers blackmail Union Count arrest him for shooting Intoa hours of law enforcement trainIng suspects have been questioned. Dixie Levy ; Cll-
Sheriff John Whitehead Into recommending Reddish received a death house near Raiford, Sheriff required under the new Police christ Marlon *. Hamilton -
Help Yeur Hospital $1,263 AtHercules a parole for Joe Whitehead said This sentence Standards Act and also successfully BMS Principal Richard Jockel ,
By Reddish formerly of Raiford was set aside on appeal to the completed the three said a shocking debt greeted Nassau, Baker, Bradford -
Shopping At now serving two life sentences May Rains Florida Supreme Court Red months training to become a early arrivers at the school western western -
Co. for the slaying; of Union dish was tried again in 1964 highway patrolman.He :Monday morning. Tempera Putnam Marlon
THE HOSPITALITYGIFT e) County; Deputies Hal Croft and and received two life sentences paint from the art departmenthad and Alachua dominate -
Ronald Jackson In 1961. Top AverageAn plus ten years. Is "definitely Interested been thrown on walls that district.
SHOPOp..t.d A total of $1,263 In merchandise In young people and our tomor carpets and furniture. Arrows
and money was taken Assistant State Attorney Gene Whitehead said that Reddish row." education department AU three new men-
from the physical -
By from the Hercules Maintenance Whltworth of Gainesville said average of 1.60 Inches of was quoted recently as blaming tioned above cross lines.
Into the
Shop on Alton Road Tue.dayMay that Reddish and two other rain fell on Bradford County him for keeping a parole Clark is married to the former had been shot They would also weaken
Bradford' County 9. after It was pilfered.No persons face charges of "try- last week with the wettest place from being approved. The sheriff Linda McRae daughter of ceiling and golf balls and chipped the voting strength\ counties -
Hospital Auxiliary Ins to obtain photographs of being Santa Fe Tower with 1.9 ;', denied any such action although Mr. and Mrs. Russell McRae into the walls celling. as Bradford have
In the
suspects In the offense Whitehead to force him to get inches adding that he would have of Stark. They have four Books and potted plants been placed in still dls-
have been revealed by the Reddish out It if asked children and reside on Crlf- library were thrown on thefloor tricts.
Newly Restocked on parole, or on a The dryest of the three towers opposed
and two large map
Starke Police department as work-release fls Loop The Supreme the
Louis Hill
program was Highland's Griffls and the have smashed the principal -
woman
And Rearranged. yet. Patrolman Pat Henry' globes were plan reaches mat "-
tower measuring 1.2 Inches over
was_ the Investigating officer. The others Involved Whit- the week. New River had a total been. released under $10,000 Clark Is a native of Brooker. said.It ciseness with very variation. -
Fer Y.,,, Convenience worth said Carson Grif each.
are Is believed that the vandals It declared that
The B" E,, was reportedto of .7 Inches: In rainfall. Clark's announcement apparently
tie of Highland, a prison guard entered the school by forcing the Legislature consider -
\ police about 7:35: Tuesday assigned to the -Santa Fe The 50-year average for May makes the sheriffs open one of the sice doors the plan to
c.4lZhf morning ,,and Henry' rushed to Correctional Farm near Is 1.8 Inches and the month is Open HouseAn race at least a three way affair sometime Saturday night.Jockel political county; )
the shop. totaling with Deputy Sheriff Dolph,
Just over half gone, ;
Gainesville where Reddish Is lines does not. In Invalidate
(!Tummunttyfctatr: Sources say the B & E happened currently serving time, and 4.1 Inches so far. This Is 1.38 open house Is set Sun- Reddish son of retiring Sher- praised the cooperation the "
iff P.O. Reddish, and Marie of the studentsat
5ankA.U. somewhere.between Mon Lillian Lloutza. Of Duval Coun- Inches over the average. day May 21, from 1-2 run of most
morning. the week by the vocational Office Educational Carter Jr., a Florida Power school! Monday morning. It also said that :' -
and Tuesday Two fires during
night\
day ty. with one fire (VOE) Department of t Light Co. employee, president "They were Just at shockedat tier districts are themselves
.
burned two acres
the shop the Bradford-Union Area Vo- of the Starke-Bradford the sight as the teachers Invalid U, S
The the
T, ___W culpritentered Whltworth said the plot was being'set deUberately and
.__ C:.. eaUonal-T hnlcal Center at Chamber of Commerce, and a were, and pitched In to help
r a-I Dl w from the rear window with a, uncovered by the testimony of other by carelessness by poultryman. clean up the mess," he said. (See Po,. )
Orange and Brownlee Streets.
bar, according to Henry. a prisoner on work-release children playing with matches.I .






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May B fast Mother/ -Daughter Shower Given Beta Sigma Phi Connie Byrd

To Have Summer Banquet Held M1 For Miss Griffis' To Meet Monday Complimented; ,.J 'J"or .

festival Theme"A A'/New RiverThe I At Shower Vr ,.

r.. Miss Sherlden Griffis. brtdolect Beta Sigma Phi sorority will
Summer Festival" will first annual Mother- r of May 28 was honored hold Its regular meeting Monday Miss. Connie Bird, June 9 Bradford County Hospital announces
be the theme for the annual Daughter Banquet of New RIver with a linen shower Friday May 22, at 7:30 larkIn bride-elect, was :complimented the following births
May Breakfast of the Stare Baptist Church was held right May 5, given by Mrs. the home of Mrs. Phillip at a bridal shower Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Willard
Woman's Club at 12 noon Saturday -' Thursday May 11, at 7:30 p.m. Cecil Rowe Mrs. Martha Keystone Heights. nesday 10, given by Martin Ralford, a son, Donald
May 20, In the club under the direction of Mrs. Brantley and Mrs. Willie Greenat Members are reminded to Mrs. Gloria Mack,Misses Che- lottta May ILMr Abner
bouse, Anita Countryman'In the eud- the home of the latter on bring May copies of the reylene Combs, Libby Harvey :and Mrs. Chesley
Mrs. Elmer Norton of Jack- cational building of the church. ] GrlfflsLoop. "Torch". This will be the last and Dotty Rhoden at the homeof Parramore, Starke. a son.
sonvllle recently elected second The men of the church along The 20 guests enjoyed games regular meeting until Septem- the latter on Nell Court. Keith Doyle May 15.
vice preatdent of the Flor- with the Junior and primary and refreshments. Miss Grids ber. Games with prizes were en- Mr.and Mrs. Henry W.; Harris -
ida Federation of Women's boys served a delicious meal received a bedspread from her Joyed by the 23 guests duringthe RaIford, a daughter. May
Clubs will Install the following that was prepared by the men. hostesses as a memento Of the HomemakersMeet party; ,hours 8 to 10:30.: 16.
new officers of the Starke Mrs. Vivian Parker gave a occasion. The refreshment table was
Clubs welcome to the mothers after With and
lace cloth
covered with a
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton president which Mr. Glenda Andrewsled Miss Crlffls was also hon- Mrs. MoncriefThe centered with a green and yellow DUPLICATE BRIDGE-
; Mn. Hazel Bitch first In a melody of songs. A / ored with a miscellaneous spring flower arrenement. WINNERS
vice president Mrs. Olin White tribute to mothers and shower given by Mrs. Floyd The hostesses presented the T. A. Sundem and Mrs. Ed-
second vice-president; Mrs. ,to daughters was given, by Stewart,' Mrs. R. V. Durrance.and Starke Homemaker'sClub honoree with a Corning Ware ward Burns were the winning
dward: Hall, third Vic >president > Sandy Douglas and Mrs. Kattt- Mrs. Glenn Hicks at the met last Thursday at the set as a memento of. ,the oc- couple at Duplicate Bridge
; Mrs. R.A. Green,fourth eryn Henry. recreation room at Bethel Baptist > Klngsley Lake home of Mrs. casion. Tuesday night. Tielng for
vie president; Miss Florence HlohllKht of the evening was a Church. J.H. Moncrief for a luncheon second were Mrs. Hilda Dey
Jennings'; recording secretary fashion show presented by Miis Griffis received a blan- meeting for 22 members. MerrittJHart and Mrs. Lucile Davie and Mr.
Mrs. T.L. Casey cor Mrs. Jeanette Hayes conslstIng ket from the hostesses as a Registration forms for Homemakers and Mrs. Edward Walnwrlght;
re.ponding.ecreteryi; and Mrs. of the latest ladles' fash- remembrance of the occasion. camp June 6-9 at Camp Wedding Date Mrs., J. D. Odom' and Mrs.
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John Greene treasurer.; Ions. The models were: Paul McQuarrle were completed and George Miller were third.
Mr. Jack Hazen and tier Emory, C.J. Stalnaker, N.G. Miss Rebecca C. McMillan Mia. Martha Sue McCain gave The wedding of Mrs. Loretta:
Hayes Jr., Thurston Henry, of Mr. and Mrs. M. a demonstration on putting pockets -
social committee are In charge Weeks Wins daughter Merritt and Homer Hart will Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenand
Family
f the breakfast. Jim Countryman, and Wilbur G. McMillan, has recently been on men's sports coats. take >place> : at 8 p.nu; ,Friday daughter Tina spent Sun.
Reservations may be made Andrews. Initiated Into the Epsllon Zeta May 19, at the First ChristIan at Salt Sprlnas''wlltl' Dr.
r calling Mrs. J.H. DuPre at Special honors went to the Gospel Singing Contest chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma Mrs. Lenore Foster left Church In Starke. A reception and day Mrs. M. C. Stith-- Hugh
84-7828 no later than Thur.e. .- Eva oldest mother present.mother Mrs. Sorority; at Florida State University Tuesday for Barnard Vt., will follow In the education Stith of Hyattesvllle Md., and
Harrell youngest she 'Is fresh-
where a .
May 18. where she will building of-the church. and Mr. Alton Reed of
present, Mrs. Mary Henry and Bass guitarist Bob Brown of 8. man majoring In English and spend. the sum All friends and are Dr.
Is member of Grand prize at the Interna mer. relatives Dallas Texas.
mother with the mostdaustiters Starke above, a Speech Education. invited to attend.
Brownie Troop Mrs. Beverly Welch. The Weeks Family gospel singing tional Gospel Song Festival .
After a tableau of mothers group which Friday May is $6,000
Members Hold the benediction was given by 12, won, for the second tune in The Weeks Family: has performed -
Rev. Jim Countryman. six years a major Jacksonville locally at churches and
Mothers Day Tea gospel singing contest. does accept dates all over the
The Weeks Family Singersare north Florida area..
BIT trnle Troop 604 with Mrs. Altar Society (above) Jimmy and Wayne 1
Louisa, the children = 1 =
Janice and
had Parties
11 Jthjr's,anwrlght Day, tea leader Thursday, a Lists Activities of Mr. and Mrs. James Given

jy 11. at the ) Weeks. The family lives on For Debra Prevatt,
i House mother.the Si. Edward's Altar Society SR-221 near Gold Head Branch
members. was represented at the 42nd State Park. flrfcfe-etec/ ,
troop Annual Convention of the St. Six years ago In the Jack- SALE DAYS: THURS.. MAY 18 THRU MON., MAY 22
lie girls gave appropriate Augustine Diocesan Council of sonville Civic AuditoriumThe
gram and presented each Catholic Women held In St. Weeks Famly won first Miss Debra Prevatt. bride-,
i ther with a corsage and a Augustine May '7,8 and 9 by place In a local talent contest elect of Jtia 3, has bu rt tutored
U Mrs. John Flynn was a Mrs. Lester Humphries, Mrs. preceding a big all night gospel with two parties m, the L gget set for summer
ICIaIJIII.t. Richard Richard Mrs. Jim- sing Again on May 12 The past week.
"he tea table was coveredth my Moore and Mrs Francis Weeks Family competed: against On Saturday Mrs. J. E. Hardy -
.a whltellnen cloth and Meng. Mrs. Humphries Is a approximately 25 groups from and daughter June,and Mrs.
ntered with a crystal ounch member of the Diocesan board. the north Florida area and Myrtice Nichols and daughter -
\ wl encircled with red and Father James Cregan pastor again won first >place honors. Colleen gave a lunch-
blue flowers. The girls made attended the closing banquet of They were presented acnecK eon for Miss Prevatt at the
all the refreshments.On Hardy home on E. Call Street.
the Convention. for S100 bv Goiocl Promoter
Saturday Brownie Troop First Holy Communicants Sonny Simmons of Cincinnati.: The bride' table was cov- SUMMERWEAR FOR MEN
( M met with their friendshipt honored at a Parish Breakfast Ohio. Additional awards Included ered with an ecru cutwork linen r
op from Jacksonville with on May 14 were Josephine Les- a $300 gift certificate cloth and was centered
t* u. Clarence Greek leader carbeau David Anderson, Lisa toward cutting a record album with three small silver bowls SHIRTSSHORTSPANTirS
1 attended the [lowe ow hOlding roses. The Qt
Il- sweetheart .
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r el,'HaUord. Atterwarda 9ey\J "'otheIwV tables'W/ere' covered r I bno "
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k ch.ifThe 43 attend- assisted by.ll, i WUl1 rr ,Gl9- by small cut: glass vases i .nJ, '...... u.lJlir7 .11'1 M tore ,
Ini ncluded the Brownie.,their' ver and Mrs.Robert Blakewood. holding sweetheart roses::I"" / / ;'''If. Guy .t p15! -* !* '
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pants and families. Members of the Altar Society ShowerFor Bridal place cards marked /j / crew neck InUripci 001
participated In Scriptural the seating arrangement for ; olldi.and'I$1'
a special
Mrs. Dampier / weave Alit..oi-
Rosary Service at St., Edward's the 16 guests. en of poly, /Colton REO.
1 and Mrs. J. L. Bradleyhat '. Among the guests were Mrs a,100%cotton. TO'
Mother Father
on Day. .
s Sunday dinner guests Cregan led the devotion. Mrs. William E.Dampier was .J. T. Prevatt J..., mother of the Slia SXL.JVounfl $2.59
Mr ind Mrs. Mike Waters honored at a stork shower last honoree Mrs. Harold Alvarez /
anc Aughter of MIddleburg Friday night given by Mrs. mother of the bridegroom- mint fray..
Mr. md Mrs. J. L. Bradley Mr. and Mrs GJ. MeCrUt Rodney Hanson Mrs. J. R. elect, Mrs. W.H. Agner,grand- _________________ / .d loon,*hort looks* .In tolld*ir 77
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Jr.. Mr. J. M. Bradley and Jr. and family of Galnsville Adkins and Mrs. Tony Protoat mother of the honoree and iK tt, .nd au".d. Ant. 2 ,
Gal Kathy and Wendy O- visited Mrs. McGrUf. 8r. on the home of the latter on Mrs. P.B. Johns grandmother I .colon Ion and of 100 poly/cot-'%cot- Res To
Gut. of KIngsley Lake Sunday. Highway 100. of the groom-elect, and Misses ? ton Sue. 2711.Sporl S.9\1\

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: a stork with pink and blue varez. ihlrl of all
spring flowers and baby bottles. The hostesses presented the '+:1Xr'ri',' permanent ",*...
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Are You Earning The Money i An arrangement of spring honoree with the serving bowlto I..o.plaidi.point cheek collar'.' i,
flowers and orchids centered her chosen china as a mem- .y \ .L ,,.. t print, and tolldt. $193
I You Would Like To Earn? : the rerreshlnenNable. ,ento of the occasion. f i qy' Ant colon. SKetYoung Inpolycotton.
Games were played and prizes v' '
awarded to Mrs. Peggy \
Ziegler of Gainesville and Mrs. Miss Prevatt was complimented / Q ,..
man'l "- '
I WOULD/ YOU BIINTEREST i iI. Rhoda Dampier.The at a kitchen shower Tuesday d Ion jams In new 66
hostesses presented night given by Mrs. War- .on..1 mod.lt Seme' and. col.
IN WORKING 39 EXTRA HOURS honoree with a baby car seat ren Ebllng Mrs. Hugh Hutson Aitt. color perm.RrtM. R E O..
I. i as a memento of the occasion. and Mrs. David Montgomery 1' .l .l Ill.II : TO
at the home of the latter. $5.99
Approximately 40 guests were
A MONTH TO EARN AN
SEXTRA i invited to call between the hoursof Arrangements of hydrangeas Mlcellon' of
7:30: and 9 p.m. red amaryllis, and white roses t/R drcia 'l>'lrt., all
were used In decorating. On the perm banded, prcil wllIon5 B 7
$1,000 coffee table In the living room / all.... FaiHIon collar. $1
I I Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRae was a bride doll made of kitchen a eolon cotton.' Sltat of 14w-- RTo a
were in Bermuda attending items. The gift table was J 11. $2.9
a Life of Georgia Insurance covered with a red and white
964-8209 S convention when Mrs. McRae gingham cloth centered by an Sporlperm shirt, all
became I 111 and was flown homeon arrangement of mixed flowers 7 .round. pima.. wltit '
L .1 May 7, entering Alachua In a blue. enamel tea pot. Ions Illlt.collar Big ..|.0A a. $387
General Hospital for observation The gifts were placed In a huge lion of prlnti in
.**e..*****e>.e e e.e..e e.*e**e>e e e e e>.; As, .t..color.. Ilict
and treaiment.Enjoy cast Iron potEach s xt '

__h..UU_______u_u uu_______ __._ guest signed her name $4.99
:: ;W--l<< *: ;. X( :;; :>>;.'.::: >$i.,', on a gingham apron for the ,
bridetobe.The JR. BOYS ENTIRE STOCK xar rON .

Cooking With The hostesses. presented the) SALE!
honoree with a corsage madeof FRAYEDSHORTS
miniature kitchen utensilsand SHIRTS-SHORTS
JR. BOYSSHIRTS
vegetables, and a cook-
Magic Of Magic Chef book.
Among the 25 guests invitedto PANTS
call between 8 and 9:30:
p.m. were Mrs. J.T Prevatt SSC SALE
Jr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarec. 2/$3

FOR BOYS

Fish Given
Fry
CLOCK AND TIMER aoyt aut./f fray1. leant''
OVEN WINDOW AND LIGHT For 1st Baptist r A.with... trim(olidi.' tapered itripn auk and

"' -"" GREAT AUTOMATIC Pastor And WifeThe SAVE ..Ize.s It.oy 100. %_ cotton ,In

l COOKING MACHINE

DELUXE VALUE deacons and their wivesof 2/$500
.. ,
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the Fist Baptist Church ...
" ,c, No wonder 90%? of all Pro- i honored hev. and Mrs. W.A. $100r. knit sport parts-
Hogan at a fish fry last Sat .
perm. pr* Sollai' ,
fessional withy .. /
Chefs cook
urday night at the home of ...Ie (ancle wlllsar.w
_- ; 'gas. Col. and M.... H.M. Hatcher. .... 5.1enlisle. .*topi t. 1.in. /
I The 60 guests were seatedat
long tables set up In the
play room. The buffet table 3/$500.te.TO
was centered with an arrangement g / Reg. $3.99 j 411'a,4.

;; ; 00 of spring! flowers. Youth 102Bov lr to $4.99ATHLiTICjS3 Pier. ,la* ilyllnf In lolldt* /- ::
: $209 After dinner the chairmanof 2X >e end ferule. "..AMI. color 2/
,', the deacons Sonny Tandy / 11 a
Men 7-12 ,, action sue*k. I(.
;. ( \ w T. welcomed the guests and Mr. s /
Hogan Introduced the visiting
evangelist, Dr. Chester E. $400
Srror who Is holding a revival $ :>99 '
May ..-1' at the First Baptist ;

Church.Col. SHOES dill; .;;} BOYS "**'*urm-
Griffin
presented rifts"to

Stede Gas And Appliances Hogan RaY.received and Mrs.useful Hogan Mrs Can** or vinyl (trip. *... Fully...."........ I..... CREW SOCKS 3/1
tools, and Mr. Hogan wasvets garden gi and thick' ."padded ....,... Whit. with red & ; mine or wit.. .I"IN| / ,' /4"
a RototiUer. navy trip* LDMIO: c.tyeve" tWilli /I1." '** ".....
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332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 The Hogan plan to retire Us Q
the last of June and live. In COM First T Low Prfa.v eltneat
Pensacola.:
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Bertha Pearce and Mr. and Mrs George Brown
tan Wanda Mrs. Edna Hill. wen Sunday guests of Mr. and
Godwin and Mrs.. Mrs. Curtis M. McMillan In :
Annie Mae Ensor spent Thursday Jacksonville.Mrs. :
to Monday In Nassau celebrating
Mrs. Pearce's birthday Earns Yongue. Mrs.
and Mother' Day Thelma Dean and Mrs. Ruth C1

Frasee of Ocala were Saturday ,
Seaman Vincent St. John of guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Norfolk Va. visited his parent 1 \ vr
over the weekend. The J.G. Caldwell. "
family and Karen Criffls bad ,(
dinner Sunday; at the Red Lobster David McKhlght Is working:
House and also visited In Alexandria, V.., this summer : l ) '
Mrs. Mildred St. John and family and Is staying with his ... -- H'
In St. Augustine. brother-in-law and Bister. Lt. k IIApNO
Col. and Mrs. Don JCoretz while ]

Miss Kathy Myers of Flag- Johns there. River David Junior gradated College from St.In Jones Collier Winkler Thompson
ler
College St Augustine, was
with adegreeInAeeociateArts
home for the weekend. April
He was on the Dean's list Merchants'The
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart- for the last quarter, and will Mystery
tell of Fern Park visited her enter the University of South

father F.E. Bolllnger. and Dr. Florida In September.Mr. first four merchants fea- certificate. The contest begins MRS. KATHLEEN COLLIER: rlcal and television service that
and Mrs. H.G. Bolllnger Sun- tured In the Bradford County each Thursday at 1 p.m., and owns and operates the Starke the company provides for the
and Mrs. J. R. Christie Telegraph's Mystery Mer- shoppers must go to the Individual Pet Shop on N. Court Street area. Winkler Is offering low
day.Mr. to Glen Burnle, Md. were chants contest, which was stores.. No phone with her husband, Harry. The prices on televisions duringIts
and Mrs. Craig Moyer last Wednesday and Thursday launched last week, were Identified calls, please. Colliers: are orginally from Silver Anniversary Specialnow
and family of Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. quickly by shoppers who Here are the four Mystery Plant City, and came to Starke in progress.
ted Ms mother. Mrs. Marlon Fancher Jr. appeared at the various storesto Mnrchants whose silhouettes three years ago from Atlanta. BLAINE THOMPSON owner
Moyer. and Mr. and Mrs. F.W. claim their valuable gift were featured last.week. They carry a complete selection and operator of thePlaza Barber 1iMNfAk
Strickland Sunday. Mrs. Margie Andreu and sons coupons. ERMIE JONES: Salesman,. of tropical fish and plants Shop in Starke for the past 7
of Jacksonville were visiting Four more Mystery Merchants for Terwllleear. and a mem- as well as hamsters guinea five years and more recentlythe
Sit and Mrs. Stephen Tllley her mother Mrs. W. E. Dowl- are featured on the big ber of the 300-500 Club whose pigs white mice, parakeets Wishbone Chicken place on
and son of the U.S. Air Force Inc last Wednesday and Thurs- doublespread ad In this week's membership Is composed of and other popular pets. U.S. 301 South where he Is 3un
Academy, Colorado Springs Issue, along with some of the top-ranking salesmen of the WARREN WINKLER: presi- assisted by his wife JoAnn
Colo spent Thursday to Sun day.Mr. greatest shopping values ever Ford Motor Co. throughout the dent of Winkler Electric, Inc. Mr. Thompson Is a native of
day with his parents Mr.and and Mrs. James S. Burton offered In this area. Clip the nation Mr. Jones has been In on Temple Avenue, which has Bradford County, residing at \
Mrs. W.E. Tllley. of Rome, Ga. were satur- silhouettes from your paper auto sales for seven years and been, serving customers In Lawtey and is now completing
day overnight guests of Mr. and take to the merchants you with Terwlllegar Motors for this for 45 his second year as a mem-
area being
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders Barron. with the the past two years. His efforts years ber the
and Mrs. James think they match along of Bradford County
established by the late E. A.
gave a family swimming have helped this dealer- School In
corresponding ad. Board. addition to (
party Sunday at the Green's Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and The first three persons presenting ship win a number of sales been Winkler associated in 1927.with Warren the business has fried chicken Wishbone also GOING
,cottage on Klngsley Lake on grandson, Eddie Schwab of the silhouette to a contests In competition with features fried shrimp dinners
for years.and is
their IOn. Lex's fifth birthday. the weekend other dealerships of approxi- many
Gainesville spent merchant will receive a gift proud of the high quality elect- hamburgers and pies.
with Mr. and Mrs. Edward mately the same size.
and Mrs. A.M. Moore cra .
Mr. Schwab at Merritt Island. ---- -- -- -- -- - - - - --
and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis -

of Blackshear Ga., Mr. Mrs. J:. F. Flume has returned Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ter- Local Students St Marks To Young People
and Mrs. Tommy Johns orMacicl8M after a two months visIt wlllegar Jr. were guests of ID.lNIIO' e .
)' and Mr. and Mr*. with relatives In Kings Mountain the Ford Motor Co. at a week- Win Academic Need S. S. Cards
Ron Alton of Palatka and their N. C. end of golf In Tampa. Dedicate New For Summer Jobs
children were Sunday guests of
Honors At LCCCTen
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Bitch and Miss Laurie Prlchard and Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns Pews CarpetSt. '
Mrs. Daisy Perryman. Miss Diane, Collins of Atlanta, spent the weekend with theirsoninlaw Ralph Fontana Social Security -
Ga. spent Thursday to Sunday and daughter Mr. local students at the Lake field representative for
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bettes With Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Townsend and Mrs. James Cash and family City Community College have Mark's Episcopal Church Bradford County, reminds all
of St. Augustine spent the week and'Mr. and Mrs. A. 1.. In Orlando. made It to the Dean' List will hold dedication service young people who will be seek
end with her parents LTC and a Inc summer Jobs that they will
reached the Presi
11 have
Crosby, Jr. and for the new furnishings\ of the
Mrs. V.J. Spengler. Mrs. L. D. Vining was the dent's List for the Spring quar church building on Pentecost need a social security card.
Wilbur Waters and and Mrs.J. "The best time to obtain the
Mrs. weekend guest of Mr.
Rev. and Mrs. John Strick daughter Deanna who have W. Tlmmerman In Stock- ter.The President's List consists Sunday service.May 21, at the 11 a.m. card Is now"Mr.Fontana said

land are attending the World been stationed In HawaII with ton, Ga. of student who have a grade "If you wait until the last min- ,, V
Baptist Fellowship meeting In .Mr. Waters for the past 17 point average of 3.5 or higher The new pews and carpeting ute you may miss out on a Job
Arlington Texas this week. months will arrive at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mitchellof with no. grade lower thana of the church are memorial gifts Just because you don't have a
her parents. Mr. and Mrs.R. Barnesvtlle Ca. were last "B." and will be dedicated to the number."
Robert McDanIel of Philadelphia A. Colson. today where they Thursday visitors of Mrs. W. Local students on the Pres glory of God In memory of Those who have never had a
Pa. Is visiting his uncle will remain until Mr. Waters S. Slade. ident's List are: Cecil Adklns, departed loved ones by the Rev- social security card or have KNOW
and aunt, Col. and Mrs returns June 4. Little Deanna Grady B. Bishop, and MerrittA. erend John M. Flynn Rectorof lost their card may obtain
J.A. Griffin, this week. celebrated her first birthday Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Johns Williams of Starke; Lorenzo St. Mark's members of the the necessary form at the near-
Sunday at a party for 20 little of Lawton Okla. spent last week Cummings Gather J. Manning, congregation and guests. For- est post office Fontana said.
Mr. and Mrs. John Adama friends. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren V. Nicholson Kenneth mer members and membersof
and daughter of Athens Ga. M. L. Lawson, and relatives Williams, and Cecil G. Wood- families and friends who
spent the weekend with Dr. Mr. and Mrs., LaRue Williams aide of Ralford. Students from have honored the memories of Chasteen Attends hfflWTvWE ThERE.
and Mrs. H.H. Adams.. of Ormond 'Beach will ,Air., and Mrs.. Fred Fields if I' Lake Butler were'),) .Peter A..Richardson their loved ones have been invited -
rwd' -" "b* weekend guests 6f her'parNnts. -' ':pf Tampa arid eddlel F'bun oC.oi, !,.; ,- Charles* D.Rob .". as special guests to par- PrisonWorkshop' .
rMr Mr. and Mrs. 'R.. A; Col-' UltI'.1lverSIIY) : or "lorida epentv".. erts and 'Jack 'A..t Wfllford ticipate 1 In this dedication and
." and Mrs. Georgehave sapp son. the weekend Mil Mr. and Mrs.4George .. '. ,Students *011..the Deans List celebration.. .,
returned.from a v_"". .* .!"i-: r i .* MVMrs. Flynn Jr. are Richard R. Addison, Joseph .A dinner in the Parish House Jim Chasteen, business man-
don trip during which they vlsl-' Marguerite Corn of M. Betone Maxie D. Reddish will follow the service. AU ager of the lorlda State -'
ted relatives In East Malme Lakeland Is spending several Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Vickers William A. Stephan, and friends of St. Mark's are invited Prison recently attended a
Hi, and their son, Joe Stewart, day. with Miss Madge Middle- of Orlando were Sunday guests Timothy C. Wilkinson of Rat- to Join in this day of Southeastern Correctioral Management -
In Waslngton, D.C. ton. of Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. ford. Lake Butler students are celebration.Mrs. Training Council
Nancy L. Brannen, Ralph E. Ha- Fred Glenn Jr., prec- workshop at the University of \
And You Can-
Ident of the Women's Guild, is
zen, Henry C, Nesmlth Jimmy: Georgia Center for Continuing
D. Werre. and Sheila Yar- In charge of the arrangementS; Education
for the dinner
Focusing
brough. on correcUonal
planning, the workshop was co-
sponsored by the university's The Trades
Mrs. Pearl Edwards bad as Miss HarrietGoodmanofChl- Institute of Government.Among
Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. cago, 111. Is spending Wednesday those participating in the panel
T. E Herndon of Valdosta Ga., to Monday with her parents, discussions was Louie L.Wainwright -
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herndon Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman. director of the Florida
and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Division of Corrections Are
Hitch of Gainesville Mr. Miss Norma Canova and
and Mrs. Ray Judd of Ocala grandmother, Mrs. Spcllman of
and Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Judd have returned
Register Family
and Mrs. Hazel Hitch of Starke. from two months' visit with
ft friends and relatives in California Reunion PlannedThe
OBE Mrs. Clyde Sinclair attended and New Orleans GREAT

Parent's Weekend at FSU Register FamlV Association -
as the guest of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulk
Miss Evelyn Sinclair. They had ner spent the weekend at St, will meet Sunday, May 21,
lunch at Alpha Delta PI sorority Simons Island. at historic Wayfare Church,
house and attended the located midway between Stockton -
25th anniversary of the FSU Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. and Statenvllle Ga. on U.S. .
circus In..the afternoon. Eve- O. L. Beasley Mrs. E. L. Highway 129.
lyn returned home with her Matthews, Miss Madge Mid- This will be the 22nd annual "Over"i
mother Saturday night and went dleton and Mrs. C. A. Knight gathering of Register descendants -
back Sunday. were last Thursday luncheon with an average of one i i
guests of Mrs. Thomas Gradyin thousand In attendance. The

?Ttw Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gunter Orange Park. program will start at 10 a.m. 100.

and family of Melbourne visited Mrs. H. G. Merow of Tampa with dinner on the grounds at1p.m.
Mrs.Nancy Gun.* .
his mother Sunday with her son
spent
Mr. and Mrs.
ter on Saturday. in-law and daughter :Mr. and
Felix Sullivan and Mrs. Gunter Is' i
had Sunday night supper at Sha ron Mrs. Merrill Edwards. Schools Drop

day.Horn on Mrs.Gunter's birth- Ticket TaxesIt NEWCHEVROLETS



Keep Both Eyes On Your Goal To Achieve It. Whether It Be Local County admittances Hospital this to Bradford week- won't money,save but a the recent taxpayersany changein

include: Charlie J. Prescott, Florida's tax laws is wel-
Education, Travel, Or Early Retirement You Seek. Brooker; Mrs. Patricia Cress comed by bookkeepers in the I
.uI II
Waldo; Mrs. Dee Saxon and high schools and Junior col-
Belva Eicholt2 Hampton; Isaac b o -- leges of the state. I
SAVE REGULAR AT Johnson, N. T. Tomllnson :Mrs. e The change approved by Gov. and I,
Maude Thomas Lake Butler; Askew In April, eliminates the
Mrs.: Edna Harvey and John four per cent sales tax on admissions I
FIRST FEDERAL Ralford Mrs. An-
Bennefleld, ;
to athletic events I
:Mrs.
na Crowell Putnam Hall; yS
Ida Ellxson, Worthington held by middle schools high OLDSMOBILES"Come
Springs; Mrs. Edith McCoy schools and community
Polly Griffls, John Godwin, Gerald schools. The law already had
WE\\ ARE PLEASE TO ADVISE OtR CUSTOMERS' THAT Roberts, Steve Bushore excluded elementary, Junior

WE HILL SOON OPEN A BRANCH KE1STONE HEIGHTS Mrs. Emma Barber \\Ulard high\ deaf and blind schools, See"

TO BETTER SERVE THE AREA NEEDS. Browning and Malcolm Lewis, and state correctional Institutions. -
Starke. .
r .
r. S
>Dp
Mrs W. F. Oster Is convalescing The ITT and AT and T haveno
With Us.
Grow three
at home General after Hos- : O M t, connection. If you want to "Come Trade"TODAY
weeks in Alachua get mad at either one, be
/ Save For Tomorrow Today! pital following a heart attack. sure it's for the right reasons.

Friends of :Mrs. Marlon Har-
will regret to hear of HEARTS AND FLOWERS- THE BRADFORD !
rington
the passing! of her father, R. A. Decidedly feminine of Is this COUNTY TELEGRAPH
ankle-length dress navy
Pabst, in Jacksonville. Among and white cotton-all done Published every Thursday
0., M....iMti the funeral Friday -
'- .1... Thurt. 9 .. .. 3 ,.... those attending Mrs. Harry up In hearts. flowers, and at 138 W. Call Street
f f ..... f. 5:30 f>.... afternoon were lacy trim., Deep scallops out LIII
.I"'r.....4 kurd.y' Marc Jackson, J. D. Seymour, line the fitted bodice and Stark' Florida 32091
Mrs W. L. Harrington, Mrs. lace-trimmed quilted skirt
and Mrs. From Oscar de la Renta's Second class pottage paidat
Mr.
FIRST FEDERAL Gene Shaw,
collection. it's in
Boutique
Florida
Charles Sawyer, Rev. and Mrs SUrke.,
wardrobe
the
t
!
spring!
Savings and Loan Association of Stark* John Flynn and Mrs. Gus Kope- Sulwcrlptto Ratesila MM* PMMM4-PM
*
jI1I1: I lousos.
II ILJJ.jIJ1J1J.!
I..... "...da Not much Is heard about redo. areal ".00 per STARKE, FLORIDA
and Mrs. 12.7 six months.
Flynn year;
Mrs. Vergie
., LCPHONI M4-SOOO the new math these days except -
MS W. MADISON ST. Viola Lee spent the weekend that it &turns .p at vir- Outside trade areai Ue -so..., of Luttt Your Povorite Deaf "
"The Haute OfjSarmg! with Mrs. Bessie Faxon and month*
ious spots around the country per year; 13.00 six
daughter Donna, in Gaines when the .ballots are being

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LbmieTillis Mrs. Starling and Larry Oglesby
i Youth Choir of the First pet; pre-

Mrs. Llnnl L. Till!., "90." Mrs. Famle T, Starling, 74. outstanding Baptist Church success scored with another their cusslon.Theme of the musical was
"Love" could
of Starke and former of Lawtey died Sunday In A musical that solve all
a native a presentation of the folk -
of the
y a era w resident of Waldo died Gainesville hospital after an "Love" before capacity; the problems world and
the
Wednesday, May, 10, in a Jacksonville extended illness. She was the houses last Wednesday Thursday several, of young people
Hospital after a long widow of D. W. (Dan) Starling. and Friday nights. gave testimonies from their
GRACE'BAPTISTCHURCH STARKE CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Illness. a former member of the Brad- The 70-volce choir which own lives at the close of the
STARKE OF CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning STARKE She was born In Starke on ford County; School Board. Includes several young singers program.
Sunday. School 10 m.m. MornIng Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship Worship U a.m. Training Sunday Sunday School 9:45: ; Mrs. Starling was born In from other churches in
Worship at 11. Training Services 11 a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship a.m.; Morning worship at U, April 18, 1882 and she and her St. George Ca. on Oct. 25, the city: Is under the direct. e e .
.UnIon. 8:30: p.m. Evening Worship < p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday 8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser sermon "The Marks of a husband the late B.w. TUlle 1897. and had lived In Lawteyfor Ion of; William George, Whole polkPs
the
,had lived In Waldo for To get clock
7:30.: Wednesday Pray- 7 p.m. Ladles Bible vice 7:30 pjn. Everyone _1- Great Church"; Bell Choir many many yean.Surviving outstanding -
with
credited many back time 1D73 will be ,
.r Meeting, 7:30Rev: ; LeonT. Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church come. Practice 5:15; p.m.; Church years, where "he wan a Is one daughter, during his seven : on a
Odonti Jr, pastor, located one block west on SR Jim Countryman pastor. Training 6:15; Evening Wo- member of the Methodist Mrs. Alene Scott of Gainesville years productions as minister of music at second: the longer bricks: limn to make 1971. Let'slilt
sure
16. ship at 7:30 sermon "Main- Church. ; two sons,Edwin and Doyle
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH -J.P.H. Bell minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST taining the Spirit of Revival." Surviving are two sons, T. Starling, both of Lawtey; three the Solo church. were sung on alternate we're paid tot It.
parts
Sunday School a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- Monday Youth Choir Practice B.; Tlllls of Jacksonville andilw. sisters, Mrs. Thelma Harris, nights by Carol Hardy *
Worship U am.: Evening PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Ins Worship 11 a.m. Pre Services 7 p.m.Tuesday : Tlllls of Johnson three Starke: Mrs. Floy Bennett and Don Hardy, Greg Cay, Billy
METHODIST CHURCH (Booster Band, Young Young Musicians ; Avle Pearce both of Law-
Worship 7 pjn. Wednesday daughters Mrs. Mamie Lou Mrs. McRae, Mike Hanks, Mike Ma-
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng People, and Prayer Service), Choir, 3:30: p.m.; G.A. and Pitch Jacksonville Mrs. Doris tey; one brother Ivory Thompson and Jimmy and Joy An- MEN NEEDEDIn
7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- Worship II a.m. Youth Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Bell holr Practice, 4:15: p.m. Newman, Miami; and Mrs. Lawtey; 11 grandchildren, drews.cy this area to train as
Ing every Monday. 7 p.m. ,8 p.m. Evening Worship Midweek Service, Wednesday Wednesday Family Night n>rene Nlblack. Ocala.; and eight greatgrandchildren.Funeral The young singers were accompanied -
G.F. Prevatt" pastor. Every- 7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy L. Hil- 7:30: pjn. Fev. John Strickland, Supper, 6 p.m.; Prayer MeetIng Funeral services services were held by agroup composedof
held
one welcome. Hard, pastor Pastor. and R.A. Meeting" 6:30: ; at 2 were at 3:30:: p.m. Tuesday at the Mrs. Charles Francis, pianist LIVESTOCKBUYERS
at the
p.m.
Friday (rave-
Teachers and Officers MeetIng Lake Cemetery
graveside In Crosby Mc-
aide In Waldo Don Noel and Billy
ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:15; Church Choir Practice Cemetery with with Elder O. M. Yar- ; Harlan Jennings
CHVRCHSTARKE Raiford Road & Weldon St. Highway 100 at Theressa) 8 p.m.Thursday. arrangement In charge of borough officiating. Interment Rae guitars; trum-
Father James Cregan pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. Bell Choir Practice DeWitt C, Jones Funeral Home. followed under the direction trombone; Craig Eason
Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday Ing Worship II. Sunday Evening Morning Worship II a.m. 3:30: p.m. of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Mass. 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: Training Union 6:30 p.m. -W.A. Hogan pastor.CONGREGATIONAL S. tailings dome CARD OF THANKS LEARN TO BUY CATTLE
7 pjn. -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. I would like to thank my HOGS AND SHEEP
Confessions Saturday 6 Wednesday Night Prayer Services Samuel Stalling. 68, died'Thursday friends for their many kind- .1 air!. barm, lad lots ....
pjn. EVERGREEN BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle HOLINESS May 11. He Is survived Hn tlaii't/ mint/ la Ml/ Iht ranch*. W. prater' to tilt..
School cf Religion: CHURCH Packham. pastor.ST. CHURCH by two brothers Tom television/ : people/ their, bujiIIPKJ. nesses during my recent men with livestock ..prtnc
Grade School Sunday II Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn Sunday School 9:45: a.m. "tailing; Waldo, and Richard / but ice jrr/er) / rerun! to confinement. Your cards, flowers .write....g For.. phone local', ddr Interview... a,
great
and visits were a
ing Worship at U ,
a.m. to 12 noon. '.. a.m. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Stalling, Jacksonville. IIelle"-s/IO"/rl-/lall.bccm./ulllf." / / / / background to:
MARK'S EPISCOPAL
night Service at 8:30. urN of pleasure and contort -
7 Service 6 Worship
school -- Sunday, p.m. Evening -
Funeral services held
Hip were
MEAT PACKERS
STARKE NATIONAL
Wednesday night prayer CHURCH. 7 to me and will be remembered -
"\lIt. meeting at 7:30.: Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd p.nuThursday night Prayer Meeting at 3 p.m. Sunday at the graveside An iit\efctgalor! nayx that always. I am con- TRAININGP
In Westview with
Cecil Cemetery valeslng at home and will Box 1563
E. Crawford, Sr. Pas- Sundays, II a.m. MorningPrayer. civJoy
BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Rev. Jack Flynn Interment the full crime, ,
tor. 2nd 4th and 5th Sun officiating. moon Inspire seeing. Sincerely Mar- Atlanta' Ga. 30301
David Hodges, Pastor
Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worship LAURA BAPTIST day, 11 a.m. Church School 9:45: followed under the direction such is ixirlry or wrsc. garet B. Jackson,'803 S. Collev ATTN: Dept.' Ft-u.,
Service 11 a.m. Church of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral -
Road Starke.
Sunday School 9:45 Mor a.m. E.Y.C. 6 pjn.,
Training 6:30: p.m. Evening : a.m. Home of Starke.
-John M. Flynn Rector
Worship 7:30.: ning Worship II a.m. Evening .1
WednesdayPrayer Meeting Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek BIble !
7:30: p.m. Study. Wednesday. 7:30: p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST
Rev. J.D. Robinson Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship -
m.Be In church Sunday. Service II a.m. Church For A Summer Without The Sizzle

( LONG BRIDGE CHURCH BAPTIST Lester Austin pastor. Worship Training,7:30.6:30 p.m. Evening

t Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ST. MARY'S CATHOUC WednesdayPrayer Meeting
Worship II a.m. Evening CHURCH, M4CCLENNY 7:30 p.m.
Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Rev J.D. Robinson
Everyone welcome. Day Mae 5:30 pun. '


Rev.CHURCH Robert Halsten OF GOD pastor LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRISTAT [' _fr; t.1

HOLINESS CHURCH
422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. MELROSE
I Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Morning Sunday Worship School II 9:45 Youth a.m.; Schedule of Services: mm.f- f..
Worship 11 a.m. Sunday a.m. Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. f1
Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship I : .
I
Evening Wednesday, 7, p.m.7:30: Youth p.m. Prayer Night, 7 pm.Tuesday. Ing Morning Worship Worship 7 p.m.11 a.m. Even- -- 1 I 11ROOM

Meeting Friday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m.

-Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor p.m.Rev.
W.B. Chauncey pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN AIR

KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 9:30: ; Training SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- L.CONDITIONERS
Union 10:13: a.m.; Morning Worship BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening
11 a.m. Evening Worship 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Worshp 7.-JamosShaw pastor. Right Nam? .
7:30: pjn. Prayer Meeting 7:30 : Sunday School 10 a.m.
Preaching 11 a.m.Training Union BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Wednesday'Pastor -Rev. S.C. Cuthbert 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship. BROOKER FLA. You Can Get A Famous Room Air Con.

Interim Pastor 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Temple pastor Sun. ditioner At The Lowest Prices Ever Offered.
-Wilbur Dyess, Pastor day School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Superintendent Training Union. We've Taken Inflation Of HeaL n
School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday, :
CHURCH OF COD 6:45: pjn. Lowell Douglas, DI-
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth OF PROPHECY, BROOKER rector. Worship Services 11 Don't Let Another Summer Come And Allow., '
a. -Y.ot 9sd arse Jutiw
Fellowship 6 ;L-m. Choir Practice .. at vilvfti/ ""1dvr! xert '
Morning
Wednesday 8 p.m. vow" o Sunday Worship khooJt.m.II a.m.> 'UngPeo--: vice m., 7:30.:7:30.: Midweek Lavern Outlaw Prayer Ser-music The Heat And Humidity To Ruin Your Sleep;," :" :. a":,'1'1.1m"tf.' ,. ; ."EII! t& ,,'e I" nklartd/""'J'.. egad(.IIVI'" t > IItaAur -\' ''''XI

DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ple's Service Service., 'a 7"'p.m.p.m."Wednes-Evangelistic director. And Your Disposition -- ,'. -u"" -'"., ... -. ... > .i' IY.tIl od". .,,,,,...t'rot'' .

,
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF ,"
BROOKER day Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p.m. LATTER DAY SAINTS The People Who Still "BU'I
Let Us Take The Miami i Out
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Come and worship with us. *
Services 11 a.m. and 7 -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor Family 1404 E.Home Bessent Evening-Road Mon Them Like They Used To!"

pjn. Training Union 6 p.m. day. Of Y'our Summer With

-Rev. Lacy Conway pastorS FREE GREATER WILL BAPTIST BETHLEHEM CHURCH rlmaryTuesday., 4:30: p.m. More I People I I Put Their Confidence I In .CarrierCentel ..

Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday 7:30.WednesdayRelief Society: ; Or Room Coding Than In \n> (hh"'fI I C" /.;
School 9:30: ; Morning Worship ,
Thursday M.I.A. 7:30: p.nu
jl, JacksonvilleBusiness 11; League, 6 p.m.Rev.4 p.m.. Jasper Night Service Williams SundayPriesthood, 8:30a.m. 5,000( btu' Without Thermostat S 99.00
Sunday School 10:30: a.m. Evening
pastor. MeeUngL8 p.m.Sacrement. ,:!I ,i, 5,000 btu: With, Thermostat ., 139.95

\ ( FIRST UNITED METHODIST Jesse D. Branson, Branch 11,000btu's-- .
fliiiinjijjiiiiiIr - - 239.95
:

Sunday School STARKE, 9:45: ; Morning President.HEILBRONN BAPTIST [ 19,000 btu : ,. 269.95

Worship, II; Junior and Senior CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. : 24,000btu.s. . . _ 349.95

Directory MYF groups 6 p.m. Sunday School II9Trankng: 26,500 btu.s. . .
Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship -. 479.95

7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service Sleep Cool For Only $99.00' 30,000 btu' . ., . : 499.95
I, 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30. Midweek Prayer
'Auto Sales and Service 7:45.: ,Service, 7:30.:
-DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Rev. L. Tommy Howe pas ,
Parrish Motors tor. \ I


KALES CHURCH NORTHSIDE Intersection: BAPTIST of Highways 16 CHURCH HAMPTON BAPTIST Central! Air Conditioning Is Less Than You ThinkConsider '

( SERVICE "VOLVO (North) and 25. Rev. Wayne Sunday School 10 a.m'I'; Morn- .. ''\\1
: FARTS Wells, pastor. Ing Service II a.m.; Study \\lI.
Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning 6:30 p.m.; Evening Service.730; The Fact That The Value Of Your Home Is Increased By At Least As Much '; ( .

I Always C o< Used Cars .7:30.Service Wednesday at 11. Evening Service Service 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Prayer and As You Pay, Plus Less Expensive To Operate Per Square Foot Of Cooling. ; .
: ,
M Laura
t St. Fk. :75{-SC54 Bible Study 7:30 p.m. .. ...
\ .p.m. Melvin Hamel, Pastor No Cold Nor Hoi Even Comfort
j AUTO ELECTRIC_ CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Spots Spots Just Throughout .'

HEAVY lrotllllS Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- CHURCH:
BAPTIST
BETHEL
Ing Worship 11. Training Union.
6:30. Evening Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -' Your Home
Efocfric Co. Worship 7:30.: "
,
Pastor Worship U a.m. Evening
Alternators Starters Rev. Jim Black Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer
Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. '.
.
Generator. Regulator J.C. Saunders pastor
___ \D1SOM STREET '
AUTO TRUCK
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DIESEL B,\PTISTCHVRCH MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL.Sunday ,>.,>.'
9:43: a.m. Sunday 4: .
'4044 Lenox Av. Jan. :Morning Sunday Worship School at 9:43 11: ; Church a.m. School II a.m. Morning" Worship ::114.
387OSM Training) 8:15:: WMC Prayer 7 p.m. Evening 6 p.m. Worship.Training Union THE ROUND ONE .... ,

PIANOS_ Circle: 7:13: ; Evening" Worship \\ednesday\ -7:30: Prayer Ser COMPACT Money.Saving 2 Speed Motor Cruises .

YAMAHA PIANOS 7:30.Monday: Youth Choir Practice vices.-Rev. Bob Cooper pastor e New Computer Designed Fan Assembly Most Days Speeds Up Only For Scor
CONN and KIMBALL Children's Choir. 7 p.m. Assures Top Performance! chers''
ORGANS Wednesday Sunday SchoolTeachers
and Officers :MeetIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH e Special Overload Devices Safeguard Protective Solid,State Controls Moni ,
6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Sunday Service:Sunday Sc1] ''oh] Internal Components'' tor Critical .Operating Circuits'NeighborPleasing '
and Business Meeting, :Mission 9:45: a.m. :Morning Worship, ",
Friends, Girls In Action 10.43: a.m. Evening Service, 7:13 Attractive Compact Design Compliments d Upflow Design Tos- -
:4KI1NUAi.L 7:30.: p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday Your Home's Landscaping'' ses !Meat and Sound Skyward!
Adult Choir Practice, 8:30: 6:30: p.m.

p.m.. -J.C. Brown minister .ADI) ON \tom.:1.3o1.: !.(lS; ..AIM) ) ON): MODKl.) WM. (;f
-DentonSumrall, castor.
: 24,000( 21,01M1( ( ::'
!
Smokey Says: $ S' )ftOO :.
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BTl'S 5 0 Installed
"SWrINOER" I (B;I ( s U7V '
ORGANS AIRPARK BAPTIST'Cllt"RCH.. I ''nstalled' ,
HOWWULDAMYONE
Mvcll )''Iall-Was.. Sunday School 8:45a.m. Morning BURN OUR HOMES.DELIBERATELY Plus Necessary Electrical Work; I'lu.. :,\cr e.trr I Il. ,'to. .oJ 4". {? ,
11 Evening'Worship '

j FURNITURE-- r Prayer Worship Meeting 7 p.m.and a.m.Bible Wednesday Study, I // You Don't Have Central Heating To Add Cooling To, Get Both ';'I.: 0 ,

-"'- 7 p.m. Stud on Book of Psalms.
FUftiUtURE' G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone .,888 Btu Fumoco ContraHy located Si OAffe Oo ii"I :Jt
W.lc'"n l.JQRDA.N. >
AT B1SCOUN1 : < 7 Supply Oufteb, I Helena ImtalM+ Cover. A.fATV I .

Complete "I i Plus Any Necessary Electrical Work "iJt"f;,


Household Famishing ,,a.' ,.,-.: U.S.; 301 North MISSIONARYBAPTIST MISSION bshlmTTas-. t .SAWYER-5UD E AIR CONDITIONING I :"Ti;r,,-. ,

Up To 40x Sayings fee t Frees Drive In. Sunday .A
School. 10 a.m. Worship Service .I Jacksonvill. Stark. .
Baxley Chair Co. 11 ajn. and 7 p.m. Pray Beaches .
er Service 7:30 p.ra. Wednesday. 8486 Ramona Blvd. 332 W, Madison 411 Pablo "
'. ,'6d Cassatt 1 Black Ay*.
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964-7701
i Olive pastor E.L. Sometimes 781-40S5 246-6471 ,
From" MOj -Leroy It' called d. '
Jacksonville3871741. < Crlffls. associate pastor. "Woods Arson! ---- ----- -
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Knowing How To Water' .


r" BLACKDIDN'TSTOPIlER--1 Important- To Gardener


Shirley One of the secrets to successful enl coffee cans at Intervals.
gardening Is knowing around your lawn. When the
how to water? sprinkler has run for an hour
Most maintenance techniques see how much water Is In each
j I have easy-to-leam rules tofol- can. The amount should be about
"I iSIdn't ask for you;I asked toady encouraged me," she nlng water and very little else. big students from culturally and catlonal opportunity) as I was debate" low. For example, fertilizing, the same In each can If the
tor the nurse," said the p*. The school's chemistry classes educationally deprived back-' and" shown that they can make "I've received the same kind pest control and pruning. But sprinkler Is delivering water
gent on fourth floor of tth As a beginning'professionalnurse had grossly Inadequate fa- g !! It. of'personal encouragement at watering has no specific rulesto uniformly. For most of our
University of Florida Shand In general medical nursing. cUItJe.; Jan March 1970, Shirley began "In many cases, their true the 14th Street Church Christ follow because when to water sandy soils, the ,top sU to
Teaching-Hospital. Shirley views herself as Shirley pondered the future her Junior, year sponsoredby abilities cannot be assessed In Gainesville.,' she said. and how much to water depends 12 Inches should be wetted at
". am the puree" respond the product of encouragement with the frustrating emotion the College of Nursing asa because It has not realty been on the kinds of plants, each irrigation: Determine how'
potential candidate for aomission. >? challenged In the academic setting On the hospital's medical patient type; of soil, time of year and long or how much\ water Is required ,
.., ., .. __ .... ,,-.I have
1 v .d1IERY U''" I After first they been exposedto .
the ojiarrter Door Shirley Is now applying the weather condition So If to wet jour soil to this
of heavy reading, researchand In high school and In the and will' then
; the results of four years you think your particular watering depth you know
tests she was officially earlier grades, says Shirley. preparation Into the routine of problems are different how long you needto water.
accepted as a nursing student. In addition to the strong: support everyday. patient care.'.Myblg- than you neighbors, ;you're probably The core sampler can also be
Several small loans and grants from the nursing faculty; gent fear was that I'd pushed right! used to monitor how fast your
helped, her make It through. and students, Shirley said the Into more than I could handle Here are a few Ideas you soils dry out. ,
rln the beginning, It seemed "tremendous encouragement of too soon but It Isn't that way can use to Improve watering: To provide proper distribution -
like so much was required<< two churches, In St. Petersburg at all. The staff of nursing efficiency and to avoid wasting water -
I but after a while, I learned and Gainesville, have made a personnel Is helping me make Closely study your lawn or apply water only as fast
n to expect a lot of work," says; lasting Impact on my life. In the transition." garden. Acquire<< a coring device as the rate at which water Infiltrates -
Y Shirley. "The last year wasn't St. Petersburg I became Involved to use to remove soil to the soil. Operate the
bad at alL Now I've decided I,, In the First Institutional see U It Is wet or dry. You sprinklers at a rate only' as
want to go into psychiatric nur Baptist Church, and found Summer will find nurse Shirley need to find out the depth of fast as the soil will' take In
sing. I liked the psychology friends there who became like working dally, and In spare water penetration after rain or the'' water because runoff from
courses I took, and learned my own family. They helped time, swimming, bowling and Irrigation. Next check the amount too rapid Irrigation does your
much while working with adult me through everything, and cushioned of read- of water supplied by plants no good and costs you
me against many hard- Ing In preparation for the Registered
patients at the Northeast Florida Nurse examination In ;your sprinklers. Place sev money.
In Mac- encouraged me to - -- -
Mental Hospital ships. They August. She plans to work at -----------,
Involved In
i L : clenny."Once I have gained a mas become church activities actively as well as In least cing grate studies.before commen- rFIRMS PARTICIPATING IN
p ., ter's degree and some experIence extra-curricular activities at : :

,. I'd like to become Involved the college, such as speech and .. .. ...
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care
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r nursing. such as In com- 8' ,
munity; centers, public schools, Every Saturday
J churches and other organizations '' : CONTEST :
or agencies," she said.
A1 'iJLL "So many people have en-' p Night
; i couraged and helped me that )' IF YOU IIAVE CHANGES IN YOUR AD FROM WEEK I

; I'd like to share It. There TO WEEK PLEASE CALL THE TELEGRAPH ,
are many people In my home
; community who work hard but NEW KINGSLEY lOCH BY NOON FRIDAY FOR THE FOLLOWING' WEEK. ,
s are not rewarded for their ef

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because of Inadequate preparation J If( we do not hear from you we will assume your ,
,. and they need to be ADM. $1.00 ad
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Mill Shlrly Brown me.t. a patient lit' the University of FI rlda'. Shands Teaching b\: '

Hospital. Mt! Brown grew up In Starke, attending previously all-black schools } : Terwillegar Motors 0

through her junior year In high school.ed ru. r

slender black Miss Shirley from many sources, and ,,Inflate of wanting to acquire a colluge
Brown with a smile of assur "I'll never be able to education and doubting whethershe .
ance. 'The young graduate In repay that kind of support. could gain admission with /
her crisp white uniform and Things were not always so her academic background. can'tsaynoj
smartly styled Afro paused, at promising, however. "Gainesville High was good for, I
the bedside. Without hesitation, Shirley grew up In the rural me, but you can't malte up :
the patient explained to the farming community of Starke, all the deficiencies of the past :
nurse her needs at the mo- attending/ aU -.black rural in one senior year" she said. r "
ment. schools most of her life. High At home In Starke Shirley "1 !$'!
For 24-year-old Shirley, a school years were spent at and her six brothers and sisters
March graduate from the University's the RJE High School until her were advised by their parents -
; College of Nursing, senior year when integration to '"get as much education l H.
the ensuring warm relationship of public schools prompted her as you can. and find a .
between herself and the padent transfer to 1 the previously all- way to do the kind"of work-"'.11m4J I ,, :.".) ,,18cPUt1 J9J ''U1" p I' 'I'1'1' /'" 0'" ''''J' rJ.'lJlUIt\ I .t.J. 1)1'; '.' Wu:""
ft _
was exactly: what she had ex white Gainesville High School. you reallY want to do. l, 'tWIll! :1' .11' 1'1)111.1 i ," ;.,
pected. "AU the way through "I did'tonVweimntzlf' school, Jimmy Lewis Brown, 25 Is ..,lr a .....o 't} : ; : .. '.., h,...,. ;/,. ,......lt ....aIT .J e. \ruvwrPintoWagon""! ;. t "

nursing school, I have encour- but my background was definitely -, the oldest of Mr. and Mrs.: .11$1," ..r',, ,'. l'1-.i t ;\ = _, B- ....',:'. '. II, l'.
tend many people who are weak In some areas," she Willie Brown' children Lar- : ,
striving to do something about says. "My biology class at ry Brown 22, Is a senior at J """ \of. ..
the racial situation and It has RJE High had a sink and run- the University; of Kansas and j" lit i '
football scholarship : ( \
.- -' ----- has signed a pro .
with the Pittsburgh '11iI', ,' "
Steelers.
SPECIALS Adraln, 20, Is now attending "
Santa Fe Junior College and
'
.. I Carol 19, Is attending Bethune- ,: I: ::; ,::

Roses In Bloom! Cookman College.
have two chil- "
The Brown's j
dren still in high school. Ber-
Tree Resas $9.49 nard Is a senior at BUS and f
was a member of the football
sLugustrum $1.29L.jrmsefli team and track team. Fifteen-
year-old Linda Is the youngestof
S4.% the six children and is a

sophomore at BUS. '.
I
Viburnums-$5.9 "Daddy is laboring man with All-new
ninth grade education
only a .
Box Woods -$4.49ANNUIS but he can do many things,"
said Shirley. "He is skilledin

CANADIAN berlng.mechanics He didn't building push and me bar-toward -
.and become
Addl atwowagon
SPHAGNUM college but it was understood -
withouta
In our house that .
VEGETABLE and college education
PEAT Weed Free high school
PUNTS we would have to take
.r
whatever Job came along or a*,
Reg. .47 2 CU. FT.tRAY. ,was available." Mr. and Mrs. family.
Willie Brown further assured
--37 NOW 1.77 their children they would help
them financially as much as
possible.
MOLE C.leurs I With that Incentive, Shirley
enrolled at St. Petersburg Junior

Don't Let Them Destroy Your,Lawn, College of undergraduate and selected studieswhich a program -

OITHO LIQUID CHL DANE several would dlfferentdlrections allow her to pursue erwi Drd'5

I Ilegar Deluxe) Coaster Wagon only 11 with purchase *
Easy To UseGliOIOPHlNI d In many preparing students,; for, she a career.changed Like her' rj of any Ford wagon from May 1 to

mind several time about voca- May 31, 1972. A beauty!
Qt. 5.. tional goals, and for a while,
M had mixed feelings about going .

Pt. 3M L into nursing. .
lilT I Nursing appeared to be a Wagon Sale on now t
subservient role In a professional -
Broadcast And OfT80-KLOR 7% setting" she explains."At .
Chlordane Spray first I shied away fromIt
Water In a r.w.. IMI and I..*..* --- w.IM l because I thought It would
-d s1.id-M..eMdNNr not offer me a chance to make
._..-.,. 1n.ne- decisions and to take a responsible -
w..e.rn, w p..at. MM1 In "
role patientcare.
51b.2.59: : "I later learned that In nursing -
you can function In making
decision and be autonomous ,i
In some ways," she says. "
Meanwhile\ with uncertaintiesabout
ORTHO career goals and with
several weak areas of aca-
demic background Shirley ,
liquid. Plant Food plunged Into two years of Junior .
college and graduated witha
Buy Any One Gal.NOW slightly under "C" average.,
The grades were not what she wagon! Mid-size Torino. .mid-size price. Ford's all-new wagon
uWnrtsuun 4.98 wanted them to be, and with Ford Country Squire Ie America's biggest selling for smoother ride..a
considerable doubt, she applied Like LTD Country Squire Is luxurious and quiet riding. It's loaded It has new body/frame engineering a
: for admission to the U with Ford "better Ideas" like the 3-way doorgate. Power steering, quieter ride. And more roomy. 3-way doorgate and power front,
3.49CENTER of F College of Nursing. power front disc brake., Crulse-O-Matlc are standard! disc brakes are standard!
"At first, they turned me
down because of the grades,
but I filed a formal petitionand

IORIDA GARDEN be reviewed requested again that my" records reportsShirley. WILLEGAR MOTORS

"Then I visited the
ThONTROI college where I was Interviewed
by several nursing department
= heads, and was amazed to find
them so encouraging.: They told
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UNDA G. COX By V. Powell

TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF
BRADFORD
THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COUNTY BOARDOF CITY'COUNCIL MEETING PERSONALS
.. ,
PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONP. y .r w .yq ra'ghl Hall .
OF FLORIDA, IN AND 0, DRAWER T ti, aN rlr eYan of 'p
FOR LEON COUNTY FLORIDA. 939 STARK Hampton City Council mem- Evelyn! Vaughan ,
FLORIDA MAY 4, 1972 r. bers welcomed several guests and Mrs. Sue.Brannen of Bedford -
,I The Bradford County Boardof attended the Flower
Lake
CIVIL
CASE NO. 72-608 at their May 9 meeting ,
IN RE, $26.000,000 HIGHER Public Instruction will receive Show at the Florida State Prison -
I EDUCATION BONDS, SERIESE sealed bids at Its office Action was taken by the Council last week. Others attendingwere
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION North Temple Avenue, Stark, In favor of petitioning for a Mrs. Cleone Dowling of
OF FLORIDA, a body Florida, for removing one two- 'County; Dog Pound and a special Starke and Mrs. Bell Brown of
story brick building from Its scheduled for
I rrv meeting was
corporate undor Section 2 of 41
site at the Bradford High School May 23 to make a decisionon Hampton.
Article IX and Subsection ( )
I a
John L. Hall Atlanta Ca.
water franchise ,of
Starke Florida until 10:00: A.M. Hampton's
o of Section 9 of .Article XIIi
June 1972 Davis to the is visiting his. parents,. Mr.
I of the Constitution of the State Tuesday, 6, accordingto George reported
i v started repair and Mrs. Lynn'Hall, over the
J of Florida as amended, Plaintiff the following specifications: Council that he has
I -VSTHE STATE OF FLORIDA .- 1. Bidders are invited to Inspect of the City; Hall floor and, weekend.
I aforementioned voiced intentions Mrs. Josephine Fontaine and
the premises Pat Glover his
et al.. Defendants.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE and any information required to start building repairs Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan enjoyed

To the State of Florida will be provided by this next week. bingo at St. Edward's Catholic "

I through Its State Attorneys office Repair or replacement of the Church Mr. and Saturday Mrs.evening.J. G. Adkins

the First Second, Third 2. The successful bidder shall Marlene Sharp deft) 12-year- PHYSICAL EDUCATION 7 p.m. In 'the school library. bring proof of birth date proof piano was discussed but no decision were visited by, their daughter -
Fourth Fifth Sixth, Seventh. be responsible for removal of old 6th grader and daughter ACTIVITY NEWS Come out and support your of appropriate immunization on of action has been madeat and son-in-law and grand

r Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh all materials footings debris of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Sharp Brooker School recently com- PTA In the final meeting of official forms from Health Dept.or the present time. son and his wife the Prevatta
Twelfth, Thirteenth, Four- etc., from the school site anbshall of Brooker, shows the form she pleted a double elimination bas the current school term. See the school and record of The next regular meeting will of Starke
teenth, Fifteenth Sixteenth leave the area now occupied used to score 98 points in three ketball tournament for boys and the presentation of students a- physicians physical examination be June 12. You are urged to Mrs. E\vlyn Vaughan has ,
Seventeenth, Eighteenth Nineteenth by the subject building games during the recent basketball girls In grades 4-6. wards and be prepared to nominate on forms provided by the attend any or all meetings if complied with the requirementsof

and Twentieth Judicial In a clean, raked-over condition tournament. In the girls tournament, Mar- and elect a good slate Health Dept. or school. you're a resident within' 'the the State of Florida to receive -
Circuits, and the several property Members of Hornets(cen- lene Sharp's Hurricanes went of officers for the upcoming City; of Hampton. her" "Public Com-
owners taxpayers and 3. The successful bidder shall ter photo) are: kneeling Q-r) through their competition unde school year.SUMMER CHURCH NEWS Olary
citizens thereof and of Ala- have a period not to exceed 90 Johnny Rogers David Rauler- feated to win the school champ. Saturday night, May 20 at MOTHER'S DAY mission. Senior Citizensnew
chua Bay, Bradford, Brevard, days from the award of con- son, and David Fussell. Stand- lonshlp. Marlene's team began SCHOOL 8 p.m., Rowland Winters, holder Mother's Day was special Don't forget .
Broward Citrus! Collier. Columbia tract for the removal of all ing (l-SJlmmy) Raulerson, Pete the tournament by beating Ter Brooker Elementary School of a 2nd degree blackbeltIn for at least two Hampton residents meeting time Is 7:30: p.m.
Dade Duval Escam- materials. Handling of mater- Henry Dwight Emery(captain) can Booth's Peacemakers 29-' will conduct a 20-day Summer Karate, will present a Karate at the City Hall. That's tomorrow -
bla, Highlands, Hlllsborough ials and their disposal shall Jerry Smith and Fred Terry. 10 and followed that victory School for children ages 5-13 for Christ demonstrationat Mrs. Virginia and B.W.Roark night, May 19,

Jackson, Lake, Lee Leon. Ma- be In keeping with the existing The undefeated Hurricanes with a 47.36 win over Isabel starting July 5. The summer the Brooker Baptist Church. enjoyed a supper with Major and

dison, Manatee, Marlon, Mon- state county or municipal requirements (photo at right) are: Q-r) Lisa Bristol's Warriors. After Isa school day will be from 8:13: The public is Invited. Mrs. Fred Sackett at their My Neighbors
roe, Okaloosn Orange, Palm If any. No storage Tucker Martha Lewis Gee bel's team fought their way a.m. to noon each day. A midmorning At Sunday morning servicesat home. Neldla Sackett, who is ,
Beach, Pasco Plnellas, Polk of materials shall be permittedon nene Dormlney, Marlene back from the loser's bracket snack will be pro- Brooker Baptist Church, from Brazil dubbed Virginia
Putnam, St. Johns, St. Lucie the Job site. Any materials Sharp (captain), and Susan by winning two straight games vided to all children attend- Mrs. Amanda Lewis was hon- rier"First American Mother"and
Sarasota Seminole, Suwannee sold on the site must be removed Raulerson! Sharon Tetetone Is tho stag was set for the rematch ing. In addition to Mr. McKinney ored as being the oldest mother presented her with a beau-
Taylor Washington and Volus- Immediately. not pictured. between the Hurricanes the following three tea. and Mrs. J. E. Mott was tiful praying hands necklace
h ia Counties, Florida, Including 4. The successful bidder shall and Warriors. The championship chers will be employed: Mrs. honored as the youngest mo- from her native country. wJ

.' non-residents owning property; be required to provide a $500 game was filled with excitement .Jackson Miss Hill and Mrs. ther. Both mothers were presented Mr. and Mrs. ,J. G. Adkins salsa
,l\\ or subject to taxation therein, performance bond or cashier's CALL FOR BIDS as Marlene's team "" Hurst. A bus to KIngsley Lake with beautiful corsages. enjoyed the company of all

f and others having or claimingany check, treasurer's check or Sealed Bids will be receivedat came from 8 points behind to for the Inlltructlonalswlmmlng SYMPATHY three of their chlldrenand their
right, title Interest In City Hall will be provided each families.. Present were Mr.and
or draft of any national or state at 12:00: noon Thursday win 33-32. Isabel's team gavea program The extends heartfelt
property to be affected by the Monday Wednesday and Fri- community Mrs. Joel Smith of Jacksonville.
bank. No bid bond Is being May good account of themselves love and "II.
Issuance of the State Board of approximately day throughout summer school sympathy, pray- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard
required but the board shall For Sale threeto in finishing second with 3 win ers to Rev. Jim Temple and
Education of Florida of not expect bidders to show good five tons scrap iron. and 2 losses. Marlene truly led Marlene Sharp' was left off family on the passing of Mr. and daughter of Ocala, Mr. and

'J.1. exceeding $26,000,000 Higher faith In fulfilling their propos- May be seen at City; of Starke her team to victory as she the outstanding achievement list Temple's father Rev I. T. Mr. E.M. Prevatt Sr.of Starke .
q Education Bonds Series E als. Garage and Parking lot. West scored 98, points n three for the 5th 6-weeks grading ''Temple. and their grandson and hi*wife, .

th hereinafter more particularly 5. The successful bidder can Washington St. games averaging better than period. Prayer List Lee Parrlsh Mr. and Mrs. EM PrevattJr., .
}'i described, or who may be in expect authorization for com- The City, reserves the right 32 points per game for her. Here's a reminder that May Malcolm Lewis:, Polly Clark also of Starke. "O.K.. It'* a deal. You helpme
any way affected thereby: mencing work within 30 days to accept or reject The boys double elimination 24, has been scheduled for registration They all enjoyed an afternoon roll my taxpapers and I'll
I The State of Florida, through of the bid opening aforemen any or all tournament was won by Dwight day for children who Ernest Edwards Monroe barbecue at the Joel Smith's. help you roll your*- r, ah, I
F the State Attorneys of the First, tioned. bids.Merrill Emery' Hornets as they fought .have never attended school. To Barnes Morris Dyal Sharon cottage on

Second Third, Fourth Fifth, 6. The successful bidder shall City Clerk Edwards their way back from the losers register your child you must Tetstone. .
Sixth, Seventh Eighth. Ninth show evidence that he and/or ; bracket to defeat Wayne Reid'
Tenth Eleventh. Twelfth Thirteenth his company is properly insured Itchg.City of Starke Fla. Cougars twice In succession

Fourteenth Fifteenth by an acceptable Insure to win the championship
Sixteenth, Seventeenth Eigh ing agency In the following man- Dwlght's Hornets started off Ever DgyLowPrice
teenth. Nineteenth and Twentieth ner: FOR SALE right by beating Mike Strlckland'i .EucryDayLowPricc
Judicial Circuits of said A. Workmen's Compensation The City of Keystone Heightsis Cyclones 23-22 when
}I State and the several property B. Contractor's Liability: advertising for bids on a Dwight hit on a driving lay-up
I owners, taxpayers and citizens Operations B. I. SO,000/ 1958 Chevrolet dump truck In with 5 seconds left In the game. CENTER CUT Pantry A

thereof and of Alachua Bay. $100,000. need of repair. The City will In their second game, the Hornets REGULAR ARPERKCOFFEE
: Bradford Brevard Broward, P. D. $25,000.Contractual accept sealed bids prior to ran Into trouble in the SIRLOINSTEAKS I 1 Pride OR ELECT

Citrus Collier. Columbia. Llblllty; and until 8:00 p.m. Tuesday form of Wayne Reid and his
Dade Duval Escambla Highlands B. I. $50,000/$100,000 Cougars. Wayne had a hot hand
June 13, 1972 at their regular
lUllsborough, Jackson, P. D. $25,000 Council meeting In the Munici- pumping In 20 points, and the, SUPERMARKETS
Lake Lee, Leon, Madison, Manatee 7. Bids shall be sealed and pal Building. The truck may Hornets had their first loss STARKE'S

Marlon, Monroe Oka- marked: "Bid on Removing be Inspected at the City park- 25-20. In their next I1:1Jthc: : S. WALNUT ST.
loose Orange Palm .
Beach
Pasco Plnellas, Polk, Putnam School 8. If Building.additional information ing lo t between the hours of Hornets Strickland's eliminated Cyclones 23-21 Mike:: :
St. 7:30: a.m. and 3:30: p.m. Mon-
Johns St. Lucle Sarasota, is needed, it may be obtainedby day through Friday. The City and then followed up by eliminating $119 LB .
Seminole, Suwannee, Taylor contacting this office 954- Jack Lefevers Basket- 59c ""n. 'aumnn.........
reserves the right to refuse
Washington and Volusla Coun- ., .
6800. ball Bats 20-12. This the I BAG '
ties, Florida, Including any or all bids. For more Information gave w.xi,iiienal s u wait/! '
nonresidents -
9. The Board Hornets
reserves the call 473-4807 between another chance at the U.S.O.L. FOOD STAMP'COUPONS
j, owning property or right to reject any or all bids .the hours 00:00: a.m. undefeated Cougars and the results ... _.....n .i II fl"
subject to taxation therein *" 0
and

others having or claiming, any, "OF'' BRADFORD"PUBLIC COUNTY INSTRUCTION) BOARD,. and'i-Joy 12UO: G.noon.Bake/K"'*'''*:'*TT.*. ,** *,, first' were meeting different: Led from by'";their erry .t'y' y1,' '-. ",-... j.{... <'" .... 'I 'J .I:l.r ,h"tfll, _B ,Vrttnfl'MtrMlfl_1Q _0''" 'I

i right, title or Interest In property -' /11 Thomas L. Casey Jr. City Clerk Smith's 11 points, the Hornet BONELESS fULL I 'FRESH "M.SVNCMFANCY;, ..:
i ; to be affected by the Issuance CUT GRRADDI' I. -
Superintendent In M
29-17.
1 by the State Board of 5/18 4t 6/8 defeated the Cougars I I
the final game, Dwight Emery :: YELLOW
Education of Florida ROUND
a body
5/ilIt 6/11 scored 17 points, got a great t ;
corporate under Section 2 of IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT FRYER :
from his
t Article IX and Subsection (a) OF BRADFORD COUNTY defensive performance 1
f of Section 9 of Article Xn of IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. team, and beat the Cougars STEAK
,
1 the Constitution of the State of TIlE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FILE NO.! again 28-18, this time for the L'ORN
rrrfrifr \
j Florida as amended of High OF FLORIDA IN AND IN PE: ESTATE OF J. M. Championship.The .
er Education Bonds, Series E FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. CTCEASED.:: falrrfnr! -
.StSTFUNK, I 29L'
'I Basketball tournamentwas
"
I in the aggregate principal Case *- PROBATE .
a- NOTICE OF :'i 6ft
<< mount of not exceeding $26- IN RE: The Marriage of HERBERT TO ALL PERSONS INTER- conducted as part of the $109 WHOLE ; !,. fOw/AJ/Cf!
J W. LAXTON Husbandand ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF regular school physical edu- ; 2 PER BAG ,
scheduled
i particularly MARY ALICE LAXTON, SAID DECEDENT cation program, a
part of the educational curriculum -
affected In any way thereby Wile notified thata
You are hereby
NOTICE OF SUIT On Tuesday May 16, .
I are hereby required to appear written Instrument purpor- .
before the Circuit Court of! TO; Mary Alice Laxton ting to be the Last Will and players themselves who throughout distinguished the bas-
; Leon County Florida in Address unknown
the
; Testament of said decedent has
Judlcial.Clrcult YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ketball tournament will be allowed
\ Second of said In
been admitted to probate
I State at the Courthouse In Tallahassee that an action for divorce this Court. to play' in' an all-star
basketball game' which the
i Florida, on the 6th has been filed against You are hereby commanded watchat
be invited to
I day of June. 1972, at 10 o'clock you and you are required to within six calendar months from school will
I A. M.. and show cause why the serve a copy of your writ- the date of the first publication 1 P.m.
: prayers of the Complaint filed ten defenses, If any, to it on of this notice to appear In this rtaeAa ra aa 'I ,
MEETING
\ In the above SHAW AND KOPELOUSOS PTA
proceeding should If
Court and show cause anyyou
of the
The next meeting
not be granted and the bonds Attorneys for Plaintiff whose have, why the action of
therein described and the proceedings address Is 142 West Call said Court in admitting said Brooker Elementary School MUSSELMAN LIBBY'S I OAK BURNE' .
of the Street P.O. Box 1086. Starke. PTA I Is scheduled for Tuesday -
Plaintiff
heretofore will to probate should not stand
taken authorizing the Issuance Florida 32091], and file the original unrevoked. May 23. 7:30: p.m.. at YORK APPLE rrurFrr CHARCOAL
I thereof validated and with the Clerk of the a- Delores C. Dampier the school. Primary business to IlNlilfrf I BEETS
I. confirmed. bove-styled Court on or before CLERK, COUNTY JUDGE'S: be conducted is election of new 1 1ISFlIW
Said June 12,1972, otherwise a judge- COURT officers for the 1972-73 school /::: BRIQUETS
bonds are dated May I, ment be entered againstyou SAUCE Itoz CUT OR
1972, bear Interest at not exceeding may demandedin (SEAL) '. term and the presentation of I 1
for the relief
i the maximum lawful First Publication of this Notice student awards which have been

rate of Interest authorized on WITNESS the ComjlalnU hand and the on 18th day of May. 1972. earned this school term. The I i: 20
the date my 5/18 4t 6/8 executive board win meet at iETABLE$1
bonds, payable of the semiannuallyOn sale of the day seal of of May said, 1972.Court on the 3rd 2004/$1 j Bu 88CJAR

May 1 and November 1 of GILBERT S. BROWN, IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S L8 BAG
each year, are in the aggre- AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy COURT OF BRADFORD COUN- 1

gate principal amount of not : /./ Beulah !Moody TY, FLORIDA. _
exceeding $26,000,000 and mature Deputy Clerk FILE NO. .
I in annual Installments on First Publication: May 11, 1972 OF SIS-
IN RE! ESTATE J.M. FREEZER .. >wiiv MIUOW-
May 1 of each of the years 5/114t 6/1
DECEASED.
1973 to 2002, Inclusive all as TRUNK NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO QUEEN Golden RipeBANANAS CALIFORNIA
more fully described In the k .
ALL CREDITORS AND; ALLPERSONS
Complaint filed herein and the TRADE NAME LAW DINNERS POTATOES LEMONS
HAVING!: CLAIMS OR '
exhibits attached thereto. (Notice under Fictitious .Name

This Order shall be published LAW) DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES r7 ..*<*: !:
In the manner requiredby NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TATE. Ask e ,! J

Section 75.06, Florida Statutes that the undersigned pursuant YOU and each of ,)you are ____ _
to the "Fictitious Name Sta hereby notified and requiredto .
In the aforementioned "'
Counties. tute," Chapter No.20953 Laws file any claim and demands Charley COMPARE : ;,. L r' : UIII io BUTTERLOAF,
DONE AND ORDEREDatTal- of Florida 1941, as amended by which you, or either of you,
lahassee, Florida this 25th day Chapter No. 26760 Laws of may have against tile estateof Fried Fish Sticks "'''.."..'."" 49c DRINKSMWT

of 1972. Florida 1951. by Chapter 67- J.M. SISTRUNK, deceased, Jot R LAO
April
IlV COOS
I BEN '-=. WILLIS 209, Laws of Florida 1967 and late of Bradford County; Flor- Breaded Fish Portions :. 79
Judge of the Circuit by Chapter 70-134 taws ida, In the office of the CountyJudge ;
Court ,
Daisy Cheese Wedges 79c rm'I'
,- Bradford County; Courthouse nOUN LIMONAOI. LIMIAOI i
This I
for Leon County Florida. of Florida 1970 being Section About ca"uDaI
SEAL) 865.09. Florida Statutes will in within Bradford County Sliced American Cheese ". 79c I OR ASSORTED FRUIT DRINK 1

A true copy register with the Clerk of the Florida six months "New package policies are
Attest Circuit Court In and for from the date of the first publication for offices Mellow Age Cheese loafs 69c
: appearing
re
o,'a
Paul F. Hartsfleld Bradford County Florida Each claim of this or notice.-demand must taller and wholesalers. Cream Cheese '.-'" 29c. 6oz 9/99 C i 20 OZ. LOAF 3 3
Clerk Circuit Court upon receipt of proof of publi-
Leon County Florida cation of this notice the fictItious be In writing and must state They combine theft, public Fine i Feather Turkey Roast .. $17' CANS I .

/s/ Joy Cold names, to-wlfc Shand tile place of residence and post- liability, and a great number
CERTIFICATEIt A Baker and Denny Concrette offic address of the claimantand of optional coverageswith

1* hereby certified that Products Division. must be worn to by the broad fire coverageat -. EVcrYPaytowPrkcFONPA EveryftaytowPrke1YNES EvcrvDaylowPrlccAMOUrf BonusBuy BonusBuyCt
copies of the foregoing Order The only party Interested In claimant, his agent, or his OIIKCREAM
to 20
attorney or it will b* void according a 10 percent percent r. ricANCINNAMON
and the Complaint referred to said business is Florida Rock premium saving./ Doe.. PAPER
to law. 9" VIENNASAUSAGE BANANA
therein have been furnished to
Industries Inc.
a corporation
Each creditor shall deliver the Charley E. Johns A.
the State Attorney of the First,,. duly organized and existing under PLATES PIES LOAF CAKE TWIRLS
sufficient of his claimto
copies
invite busines
Second, Third, Fourth Fifth, the laws of the State of envy AJI
I WHIT!
Sixth enable the County; Judge to to consult about
Eighth Ninth Florida. firms
Seven ISO. 4 i A/l
mall one to each personal sspresenrtive 14.,
Tenth. Twelfth ThIrteenth By Edward L, Baker these new package policies CANS!
Fourteenth Fifteenth President
?
Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth 4/11416/1 18th day of May
Nineteenth and Twentieth A.D. 1972.
; .
/11 Verdle S. Futch
Judicial Circuits of the VERDIE S. FUTCH, '11 Executrix Charley E. IvcryDtyLowPrkc 1..ryD.yLowPrk. CvcryOiylowPrk I..ryD yLewPrkc IvcryDllyLPrlce'l"'YhyLowPrlce [IrarytayLowPrk

State of Florida by'mall, this NOTICEI of the Last Will and IIB8VS, Charcoal uses _... ..... ..AH'.I., .+++.". e_.... SUAVE
26th day of April' A. D. 1972 '
ARNOLD L. GREENFIELD will not be rtsponslbl for Testament of J.M. Slstrunh JOHNS AGENCY TOMATO Lighter COCONUTCRUNCHIIS POTATO 'BABY'' SHAVE CAttui** paotfiM ioao .

: Attorney for Plaintiff any debts made by anyone other First deceased 18 131 So. Walnut St.. JUICE FLUID CHIPS OIL ....CREAM......HO' U... SHAMPOO
puollatinn May
E I Room 622 Larson Building than myself Loretta Y. For- 1372.: on: Phone 984-S070 Un 29 g7e. 3/$1 9 C 38 ss6y C I Uat 2 /$1
a I Tallahassee; Florida syth. :2 tp. 5/25. 5/18 4t 6/8 CANE ce::: rat ",., : 77c its

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LAWTEY I SENIOR CITIZENS '
Bloom
By ElUatwth Terry Crepe Myrtle TwiceIf n

The title Senior Citizen Is movement which came Info being measure I* known a* Amendment I

your crepe myrtle trees or so. Tile nice thing about well earned. Former President during the dark oppreslv 099 which Is attached
CHURCH SCHEDULES Mrs. Willie Dobbs and chil- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Windsor bloom early this ;year cut off seedling day lilies Is that they Johnson dedicated the days of the great depression to House Resolution Bill-H.R.1
Church United Methodist dren were, Mother's Day guests and family were Mother's Day the dead dower as soon as bloom In a couple of years. month of May; to our elderly In the early 1930s. Dr. Town- passed by the Congress as the
>&jnday School B:4S: .. of Mr., arid Mr$. A. D. Dobbs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. they dry up, and they should Old clumps of day lilies can In recognition of the American send brought to the Nation's Social Security; and Welfare
m. Worship Service 11 aan. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Wllklson Sr. produce a second crop of bloc' be divided. This gives them an earners and the taxpayer attention the predicament of Bill. I
and W"- Prayer meeting Prevatt for Mother'g Day were Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown, loins says the Florida Nurserymen opportunity; to produce good who have served our country the elderly who were hungry
Wednesday .8 p.m.) MYP and their son, J. C. Prevatt, Jr., Larry and Debbie Mr. and i Growers Assn. growth for the coming blom well during their productive being evicted from their homes We are appalled that our Florida -
Choir Practice Thursday 7:30 of Gainesville; their sisters Mrs. Ralph Wise,Bill and Tom growth for the coming blooming years. It was a time set aside and living In great fear and Senators Ed Gurney and
p.m. Mrs. Leila Peevy, and Mrs. my? Mr. and Mrs. Donny Wise Be sure to watch the new season. by Pres. 'Johnson so that we despair. Some of our member Lawton Chiles DID NOT SUPPORT -
L. D. Dormaiv: of Ocoee Mini and Craig Mr. and Mrs. Paul growth, and even the old growth should not be dismissed and were active In Dr. Town- this much needed 20%
Church of God: Sunday School Aline Brown Ollvesta, and Cecil Norman and Kenny, June Brown for powdery mildew. Mildewcan Roses should be beautiful now, forgotten about, and a time for send' movement and It Is to Increase. Why. do they hesitate -
10 a.m. Worship Service. 11 Lonz. of Orlando. and Joey Bennett all gathered be rampant during the summer If you are feeding them and well earned leisure and rest. the everlasting memory of our ? Florida Is the senior citIzen -
a.m. and 8 >>.m. Family Night Oscar and. Bub Carter returned at the home of Mrs. Purvis months and It Is particularly ,giving them plenty; of water. Ten years ago after the former Pres. F. D. Rooseveltwho state of our country: having -
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. home Saturday from Hot Brown on Sunday for a Mo- bad on crepe myrtle.'Use 'I. .Don't forget that Benlate Is first White House Conferenceon did act to correct these the largest elderly population -

Springs Ark, where they spent ther's day dinner. Actidlone P. M. or Karathane an excellent material for the Aging Senior CltizeQs'Clubs evils by calling for and enacting percentage-wise.
Highland Baptist Church: a week taking hot baths there. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox, for best control Avoid using control of black spot. Powdery,, began to emerge all over the legislation, the Unemployment .
Sunday School 9:45 ajn. Wore Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. Paul sulphur since It could causea mildew may form on the roses country. This enhanced the formation and Social InsuranceAct Letters should be sent immediately -
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 and children, of St. Augustine, Dlnklns and David of St. Augustine burn. so keep a sharp eye for of the National Council In 1935. by all senior citizen*
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes Mr. and Mrs Phil Shuford, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles this fungus. Spider mites are of Senior Citizens and the In the White House Fact Sheets and others who will soon be,
day at 7:30: followed by Choir Belle Glade,'Mr. and Mrs.Dave Dlnklns of Starke, and Mr. and New growth on camellias always prevalent on roses and American Association of Retired Message on Older Americans to Sen. Ed Gurney and Sen.
Practice Shuford and, son, and George Mrs. Jim Burton of Jacksonville should be Just right for making other plants. Use Kelthane as Persons. These organizations March 23, 1972. Pres. Nixon! Lawton Chiles, Senate OfOce
PERSONALS; were guests of their mo- cuttings. If the new wood required.As have a combined membership Issued following statements. Bldg., Washington, D. C. urging -
Mother's Day-
Sympathy of the community Shuford were ther, Mrs. P. L. Dlnklns, on Is a cocoa colored brown then of over six million to- 1. Improving the Income position both of these men to support -
Mrs.
Is. extended to the Mann Grif-; John guests Shuford.of their. mother Mother's Day. They all attended you know the cuttings will root. soon as your spring garden day. Conventions of the NCSC of older Americans. Amendment 999, attachedto
fls family following his death Mr. and Mrs. Randall Brad- morning services at Grace Remove about 4 to 5 Inchesof has finished and you have and the AARP will be held In 2. Upgrading the quality; of H. R.I. Keep your letters
which occurred last week. Mr. and. United Methodist church. the growth. Stick this ap- dug the last potato plant Washington, D. C. June 8 Nursing Homes short and to the point but
of Jacksonville a cover -
Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Mos- ley and Jamie Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore rpoxlmately 2 Inches Into a crop for the restof the 10 and 12-15 respectively to 3. Helping older Americans WRITE TODAY!
Mrs. Dearl Bradley year.
mixture of half halt
sand and lead
were Mother's Day guests of promote the Interests and well dignified, Independent livesIn
ley visited their brother, Cecil Mr. and Mrs. Spud Massey and Some oldtimers suggest using
their son-in-law and daughter, should have a rooted being of the 27 million elderlyand their own homes. 'We and
Mosley In Orange Memorial field You earnestly hope pray
cutting
not
peas.
and Mr. and Mrs GaryBennett only get a
family
In about 8 to 10 weeks.
4. Expanding opportunities for
Hospital at Orlando on Sun- Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey crop of good eating vegetable disabled recipients of Social for the continued Improvementin
and sons were Mother's In Starke. Security; benefits the Involvement of older per- the health of sick
day. The workhorse of the but you also help to Improvethe our members -
perennials
Day .guests of their mother Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ro- soil. Nine hundred men and women sons In community; life. and for the continued good

Those visiting Miss Enza Mrs. R. L. Bradley. bertson, attended services In Is the flowered day Illy.and Many retire every day; 333,000per 5. Organizing the Governmentto health of our, other members.
have -
Blanchard In St. Vincent's Hospital Mrs. Edith Swtnney.. was a Jacksonville on Mother's day already seed. Pick the seed produced that Watch for Infestations of tea year and It Is estimated meet the changing needs of
Saturday overnight guest of her visited the sick and shut- that there will be over 33 million older Americans.
this week were Mrs.Shirley and has formed early If the pod scale on camellias and Burford Our next meeting will be held
Newport on Saturday, and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ins during the afternoon. Is dry. Plant them In a mix- holly. Repeated sprayings of senior citizens living by Forty-eight; U. S. Senators of May 23 at 1 p.m., Pratt St.
and Mrs. C. A.: North and family Malathlon the end of this century. both parties co-sponsored leg
Mrs. Truby Wainwright and will control the -Joe Kerrigan
Miss Arhturine Blanchard In Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. A. K. Ragan and Mrs. ture of good planting soil. New problem Senior Citizens Clubs are the islation to boost Social Security -
Tuesday. on Lorene Craffart, her Dlille Hawks, of Jacksonville seedlings will appear in 3 weeks off-shoots of the Townsend ; Payments by 20%. This
son-in-law and daughter Mr. visited Mrs. Edith: Swinney on
Misses 'Esther Mason Carol
Michael and Lonnle Ake vis- and Mrs. Tom Capell of!Buffalo Saturday and secured some organic -
N. Y. visited Mrs. Oscar vegetables. : c e
ited the Flower Show at the
Carter Wednesday of last Friends of Mrs. Dan Star-
Prison
Farm Ralford.
Mrs Jeff Morgan, of Albany week. They were on their way ling will regret to learn of 6se11 s4Yga
to Disney World In Orlando.Mr. her passing away on Sunday. 100
Ca., spent last week with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Craffart were Sympathy of the community; is ackiinn ;
married In' the home of Mr. extended to the family and other
n n'xrn
Kelley.
Oscar Carter during I. iNY
Carroll of Jacksonville and Mrs. relatives.
Swindell Blanding days. Mr. Craffart Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hansen -
was a guest of MN
supper
y
his brother and sister-in-law passed) away recently. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
and Martin and Mr. and
Jack family
Wainwright sons
S
Mr. and Mrs. L. Swindell
on Monday.Mr. I of Waycross,, Ga., were week- Mrs. Ralph Martin and family -
and Mrs. C. A. North end guests of his mother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pra-
and family gathered at the
Truby Wainwright. ter
and children, of Jacksonville,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmarkand home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth -
were dinner guests of their
children, of Jacksonville.Mr. Martin In Jacksonville for
mother Mrs. Edith Swtnney
and Mrs. Leon Starling Mother's Day dinner honor-
a
and their grandparents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Danny ,Jackson, Ing their mother Mrs. Walter I 2
and Mrs. John F. Robertson
on Thursday evening. ,. Mrs. George Shuford and children Martin.

Mrs. Ernest Wells and Miss and Charles Carter were Mr. and Mrs. Frederick ,
Arthurlne Blanchard attendedthe Mother's Day\guests of Mrs. Prescott Mr. and Mrs.
Lois Carter *_ Vaughn Prescott and family
flower show at the State Prison -
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
on Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knightof
Rosier on Mother's day were Baldwin, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Strick-
9 Volt Batteries
their son and daughter-in-law Carl Norman and family gathered -
land of Llthia were guests
Mr. and Mrsi Marvin Rosier at the home of Mr.
of their uncle and aunt, Mr.
and their grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs Leonard Norman fora Iii.ii ,
and Mrs. O. J. Anders on III
and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Mother's Day dinner honoring

Sunday.Mrs. A. C. Pearce and Mrs. Mrs. Wyman] Harris of the their mother and grandmother :: :
State Farm. Mrs. Zettto Padgett. We are
Troy Bennett Mrs. Dan visited Starling their sisters and- Mrs. Ernest Wells, Mr. and glad to report that Mr. Nor- I IVOLIPI.s. .. III ,. .
1 tId =
Mrs. Kenny Terrell and son Is able I
man to sit up some.
Harris Alachua
Mrs. Sebe In
General Hospital, on Thurs of Gainesville and Mrs. Mar- Mrs. Flossie Rosier spent ::0.. / \ ,
tie Green and children visited last weekend In Kissimmee with

day.Mr.. and Mrs. Gerald Grit- Mrs. Joe' Porko on Mother'sday. her sister Mrs. Gladys Thompson ...

fls, of Temple Hills Md., are and nephew.Buddy Thompson .U... ... .. 1
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Brunswick and On
home for two weeks with their family. Saturday .'. :':
Men's Leather Moccasins
Ga., was Saturday over- they visited Disney World at Eagle ,
Mr. and Mrs.
parents Roy of her Miss Orlando Pocket Radios Wh..'. afoot the Sm..pert. ,
nl8ht..guest sister and)reported a wonJetl1t on Foot Lockers:
Crlffls and Mr. 4nd'Mrs. JtesM! I I!'y EI1 ? .!. '!:! ,JJ &!!Ie sightseeing there.. .. wear scone? Leather moccasin. s.".. full .power 9 'vet/ Latteriesai. .
t : .Jfthl\r\?: 2 ; : : .:$ol id.StoleJComes wthaphon.6carryins.oop. F., I t Hesp' .
of Mlddleburg.L'lllMr. hand (tex trantlsidf'rdald1'ana .
ter Taggart, attended se son 8ene Starling and children, fwith genuine lash' vomps.9nd IsJoal' most stylo lock. H.... Stayand. ": '
:
and Mrs. .MomWjPad-V;r fc {land;. daughter-in-law" Mr. and 11 L ;Mrf and'Mrs. ISflthan Starling ?' .U-... .9 volt .lorry. 7112 comfortable B.F. Goodrich* f.. camping'0..,. Sturdy or casual and tones'.y.provide. F,..h full p."ep.ratinqIJ., pocked .bat// 'large draw ....1... Two handles. ,

gett and daughter; 'or GainOsvllle Mrs. Benton Futch and had Mrs."lWSry Crawford and family + ) wear Sn. .. 6 to 12. clency. Limit" 2. tonguo-ond'groovo, dust and weorh.
spenMother's Day week- dinner with them. She returned Mr. and Mrs. James C. l I or ylat.d hordwar.31".16".12"Blu.
end with their mother Mrs. el I
home Sunday afternoon. Higginbotham and family and block
Earlle Padgett. Mrs. B. L. WHklson Jr., and Mrs Lorene Smith gatheredat g or
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt Kevin Our Discount Pries Our Discount 0. Duesun 'I.. Our Dnee
children Pat Barnhart, the home of Mr. and Mrs.
of Tallahassee Mrs. Harley Greek, Fred Davis, Mr. and George Sapp for a Mother's Was 1:96: Price. WosJM6Men's .... .."" Pric. Wos uanStd

Harrlng and son, of Orlando, Mrs. Edward Rowe and daughter Day dinner honoring their mother -

Mrs Ada Heath of Savannah all of Jacksonville Shep Mrs. Daisy Starling. She r _
Ga., Charley and Joe Dobbs and Thomas of Lake Butler Mr. received many lovely gifts. !5 rJAM IS C/1dNVdrk
of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Donald> Wllklnon and Mrs. Elsie Norman and SpauAL5,i

--- ----- - - grandson, Jim Norman, were
--- --- - -
Sunday overnight guests of her ,
Earn Your School mother, Mrs. Lassie Starling Y w '
High : in Jacksonville. 1 4 fI 1se

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Grit 3 at -// 34 i'/'
DIPlOMA'' I fis and daughters, Mr.and Mrs. I '

Gene Taylor and daughters and 7 44 1 89
Mr. and Mrs. James Normanand 66e 7
G.E.D. EXAMINATION/ sons gathered at the home c

C FOR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLjOtyl( of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil- 34e
\ kerson on Sunday for a Mother's 147 99e SS
I
1 WILL BE GIVEN t Day dinner.

1 THE WEEK OF JUNE 5, 1.972

hEOld yrieN 98c- 227 00s 147e

APPLICATION MUST BE MADE BEFORE

JUNE 1 1. 1772 i ( dr.
> t ,'It.Blue Kerosene Noizema Head & Shoulders
'r r y LevisShrlnk'ToFit. Lanterns 11 Crest Tooth Paste Sunburn Spray Lotion Shampoo
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION En*
elusive XX oil Th. Old Reliable (for / a 6.75 502.
cot oz. 3.6
CALL !964-6150 t storms, powerad.I.,. & az
PLEASE den
ton top weight J i I::
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p Was 1.94 WooAC Woo N6

54" X 12"Inflatable ter 17 Foot U4( or J'"
'OMNI COMMUNICATIONS
3 Piece
I i Skillet Sets rT I Re-Web Kits PadlocksPools

:,j I 001 1 polypropylene. Nickel. plo'od.H."Y i
I qw 2-An..lOt% v Pro-seasoned. Ready I For wood or m.t.l y. duty laminated" lock.,
1 P virgin vinyl, s to use.Caitironwore. \j I l1i) ''' '.,nll.,.. Assorted Hardened shackle.
"Better Service Through Honesty'9Sates W4Nrkiss Id.alfoicamp.', Ij I colors....t.fyyour, 2 keys.
1 I h> .: eld 'lawn f.n..".,..
11 53e J 3'

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tf30 Dl. .,,,
JTXWes 12" was.'l Girls' Printed

1 'C4 I II II >*l..New 2.96 Our Discount. 2VT7 PriceWas W Cotton Drill SlacksBoys'

; Camp t + Boys'Flare '' Boys' Low Top l !00"t &0"_. Flere '''.
.. Half .boxer ...1... Asserted
Walk Shorts LSI Jeans Bas Atball( Sneakers
a
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Come shorts ere 100% 2 front pockets tip* Black end
I I co eanw/.la.tiewel.t por front, Rugged* & white.Sturdy u Save'7"
self belt, two ilpperedpockets long Ats't. tonne upper
wearing.
I aleck & WIha 1' .hsn.insl..6t end fly. Both 1 g, ,Vv 'r a., .et. strip**4 and to 7 designs.Suit / 5 !.. 24.6. I Price 0. Discount w. JA6 EW

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C.. to 14.5 .. w..2 YPAwj /

i Girls' Nylon Taffeta

I .fA' _..."..j6I 1 1i M Mi Boys, Briefs c Boys Cotton Many Caplet Jackets
Canvas Casuals
T-Shirts Pajamas
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i .I All cotton. Full cut 5..e. '100"% ..If.n. Long colors. on,. Assorted c.I....
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if I ,.
arise Mw new lye Boner waist. I-la. selee.
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I Counties Get

'. NfhN And Acttvlttet From March Land Sales. I" Race Tr ck Funds 7t Ot1 13'n-

4
THE RECREATION CENTERANDREW ''I I"When .', PAOCINATIIMQESTON
Florida's 87 counties received

I.I I..jI. track revenue$11,800' this each month In bring race t'../S/

I Slip To $192,800 Log the total received by each
*DRUGSKENTUCKY county; for the current fiscal
TENNIS INSTRUCTION
I FRIED TO BE OFFEREDIt year to$410,000 r
LEAD SMALL FRY

Fried Andrews Chicken Drugs are and leading Kentucky the of Interest seems has that been lately,focused a lot Land sales In Bradford County to Mary Brown of Shake for lopment, Company; to Mr. 'ant<< Each share county. of; the receives monies an collected equal thing go wrong, at ;
on the playing of tennis. two lot In Starke. Mrs. Buford C. Hutchesoo of from this don't'go with
4 Small Fry Softball League ; seem to be heading down- source. them.1 JORDAN
If
you hiive gotten the bug Starke for two Iota In
from Crosby
each with 3-1 record after and Mil a* the year rolls on with Clfton Mr.moMr Mrs.
want to learn
the Lake Shores.
game N. Prevatt
.
and
two weeks of>play. the total amount of transactions -
The teams play their nines or Improve Denartment your game the Recreation reaching $192,800 In March Mrs Harry R. CollbrofStarke $11,800 from Mr. and.Mrs.
and BUI
each Wednesday and Thursday down from $220,800 In February for a parcel of land.
,
afternoons at the Pratt Shields< will provide that.op- and $269,750 In the first $3.000 from Eloise Monette J. R. Bulllngton to Walter N.
Street Ball Field. The teams portunity. month of the year. Williams to Mr. and Mrs. Coles for a parcel> of land., In We Mos OLD ENOUGH
MrShields will be available Repair
George R. Thomas of Lake Butler Starke. l'
are made up of boys, ages for Instruction Largest transaction In the TO VOTE
7-8-9 and by beginning Tuesday for a lot In Sampson Lake $2,000 from Mr. and Mrs. .
!4 are sponsored June 6.Sessions month was $56,000 from Mr. Did >ou know that there no:
Shores. Harry C. Sells to Mr. and
First Federal Community and Mrs. William B. Woods
i:I Bank Andrews Drugs, and will be offered each to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pre- $.,tOO from Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth E. Thompson of only four states In the United
which allow )
Sin leu n rllizrn
Kentucky Fried Chicken. for Tuesday four weeks.evening The 6:30.Instructor 0 pjn. vatt of Hampton for a parcelof Edward Leon Grlffls E. Bryan to Mr.of and Stark Mrs. Starke Lake Shores.for two lots In Crosby I Business Ms shim. the air of 21 to vole The under -

fee land on SR-S323 containing two nliilrn, Krnliu'ky' find Rear,
for
the four .
two and one
JRBOYS SOFTBALL 68 acres, according to for a parcel of land In Sec., $10,000 from Mr. and Mrs.
half hour sessions will be $10 stamps Kin( ,,11011K'I'RJnR| > who hive/
Softball 14-8-22. James D. Casey to Mr. and
The Junior Boys affixed to deeds In the
for combclerk's iv.-u'hi-d, 'Iho > nf IS' the
couples and $7.50 for slngls. $8,500 from Robert N. Sellers Mrs. Richard Arthur Kennedy ;;IK< right
Program, boys ages 13-14-15,11 office.Toward '
well underway, wlthgOboyspar- The class will be limitedto the end of 1971 sales and C. C. Sellers to Mr. Milliard, Florida for a parcel TYPEWRITERS J::::J 'I.t CINI I I iMilltMM. Tills IM Ihr .vourjsr / -
12 nl which an'llIl.l'n
l -
people.SOFTBALL age: mnyvole
and Mrs. Bruce Of land on SR18. .
P.
ticipating on five teams. seemed to slowdown with$170- Boger of
Practice are being 030 Jacksonville for almost, 10acres. $6,000 from Mr. and Mrs. '
games being the total In Novem-
ADDING MACIIINES f Tin i fl.uo' nt Ahskfi l IH, a clot'second :
William Vomes and
Mr. and
held each Tuesday night, and PROGRAM ber and then dropping to$lU- ,
will) In l.tufii) tminK pgeof :
r Wednesday and Thursday afternoons FOR GIRLS 10-13 000 In December. $3,000 from Eloise Williams Mrs. Clyde, Wheeler to Mr. ;
Sponsors for the teams TO BE OFFERED Transactions totaling over to Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. and Mrs. Alvin Moore and Oval CALCULATORS 19. Thi' yonnncjii nilimx,( KindIn the
individualsto
Union 1111\\:111.
are: Clvltans, Branding. Irons The Starke Recreation! Department $lt0001n March were: Thomas and Frank Thomas for Moor and Bertha Mooreof ... reel IlillolM: : alien Ihhll'p'
Restaurant, Mr. Otto's Jaycees > will offer a Softball from Mr. and Mrs. a lot In Sampson Lake Shores. Hawthorne for a parcel of CASH REGISTERS <. ITiirhrrl hi'I art( of :20? ntl.rn"mUIII .:
Program William B. Woods to 92.200 from Bradford Deve land on SR-325.
and Forsyth Plumbing. for girls ages 10- Mr. and hi 21 >omof nt(o to Vot"
The teams will begin their Mrs. W. A. Prevatt of Hampton I '
I 13.A _. in Ihi- 'thi>i' in/ nitric'*:
schedule May girl, to be eligible to -- ------ ------ -
'J regular league participate land ----
for a parcel of on Out% firm 1'iilrrx In Ihr young
i\\ 23. at Westside Park. > must be 10 years old SR-S325 containing 68. acres. rNOTIfE REX ROTARY DUPLICATORS and old nlikc You ran ho cer-
::1 Schedule: by June 1 and can not have $7.100 from Mr. and Mrs. I Min Ihlll011 will "mvithe
Tuesday, May 237 Iron, reached her 14th birthday by James W. Patray Jr., to Nora I III For An End To very (inert; In |11I'I'"tnnl! 114'r\11'W'
Mr. Otto's vs Branding ; June 1.Registraton 1. T. Wilkinson of Starke for a when drnlinit with ux. fume. hy
8:30p. Clvltans vs For- for the program II BEGINNING 1 1972 THE CITY HALL
parcel of land containing two nt your r.n'lii'Kl riuivrnlcnco and
I syth Plumting.ELECTRIC. -will begin- -Monday-- May- -...--" WILL BE CLJUNE ALL DAY ON SATURDAY. Business Machine Woes. /. doc for youru'If.aTARxI .
$2,200: from Bradford Development I
Company Inc. to Mr. HEREAFTER WILL REMAIN OPEN ONLY .

I and Mrs. John Tolin of Starke .. CALL
FIVE DAYS A WEEK.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home for two Iota In Crosby Lake ; 1


I STARKE Shores.$4,000 from Company Bradford Mr.Development and I MERRILL EDWARDS I I IllDfOiD C. TELEGRAI ?' OanDA

Mrs. Lealon N.Wilson of Starke CITY CLERK 964-8810 964.6305 t U.S. 301 NORTH

PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE for a lot in Crosby Lake Shores. _______________ 128 N. COlJRT STREET .L PHONE 964.7500
$3,200 from Mr. and Mrs.

i Michael Gllhooly to Mr. and .'.'.'.' u .'....... ..... . .....u..u....... ..............u _....... ..._ .._..........._...._..................................1.. ......................................................................... .......... ........
HEIGHTS Mrs. James E. Strickland of 7/.W.N.N.W.SV.SW.SYaY.f:4iWW. c/.SSS4 4S:9.G.co.NN.KW.w.wennwev.eV.Ycc..m--- .', .-.' ..... .....- -. ..-.----- --..-. ... ........ryyS .
Starke for a parcel of land on
PHONE 473-3176: : SR-233. ,

Homes$2,500 Inc.from to Mr.Longchamp and loin LAND 'OF THE DOUBLEWIDESildwood

Albert A. Longchamp of Starke r
for a parcel of land on US-
GAlN ESVILLEbusiness 301.
$1,500:$ from George l to L. G. Dall of Starke Mobile Homes Inc.
for two lots In Blandlng Sub ,

Directory division.$6,700 from Mr. and Mrs. ..
Ronald L. Norman to Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert R. McClelland of
f AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES Leesburg for a parcel of land I Now Offers .
containing about 10 acres.
1 BRASINGTONi $5,000 from Mr. and Mrs.
James W. McNeely to Baldwin p .1

i OLDSMOBILE Johnson& Paris, Inc. Chevrolet-Olds Inc. for six a- -
cres, on US-301.
I SALES SERVICE: SEEDS PLANTS $30,000 from Mr. and Mrs.
: Fine Selection *f Used Can J. M. Edwards and John Dlggs 112 YEARS FINANCING
InxtoUdde Pet BappUesJ'ERTU.IZERS I
Taken On CdlH Trade to Skinners Dairy Farms Inc.
2001 N.W. 13tl. Ph. J7W3t1 of Jacksonville for three parcels -
of land. ., ? ., ,- .. .- ,..... ., .j ...- ... ..... '- 0:
I We Rent Fertilizer Spreidem $10,000 from Mr+ and Mrs. = .-j s: .H, Oil (UW fllC!.':. ou.
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA CM N.W. IliPh.. 17S-M78 Thomas Leo Thompson to Jessie 4 ,,-". ;? (aril bvlnna
R. Chastain of Starke for :<<+1 I .
S: : JihlOtW
'a lot In Lake Bedford Shores. jfiI -- ON : ,
GLASS $6,000 from Mr.and Mrs.Leland -
'4 wheel drtro'and oars Olson to James M.
Sale, Parts Service Schwatzwalter of Keystone ALLHOMES
Clean. Vscd TejreUe LIDDELL Heights for a lot In Crystal
Lake Shores.

Beauty 1700 Academy N. Main 176-1260 Glass Company $5,000 from Mrywln J. Long NEW ;


Tor Every Purpaole"SIiare
POWELL'S S FronU-Mlrrots 22, with practice sessions
e Tub EncJoelll'ee-Bbowera scheduled to begin June 5.
Beauty AcademyLearn Furniture+e Top -. Ola.s Replaced Registration forms may be .
>picked up at Pratt St. Centeror
a ProfeMlon\ In YourSpo.re the Recreation'Department 12 X so EiiiIiID11

Time. Full or Part Tim NEW LOCATION Office In the Old Armory on
219_NW. lets_-__yn-rm Av ,
Temple ,
1228 So Main Galne vllfe .

MOTORSELECTRIC 372-8191 ; 372.1102MOTORCYCLFS $400DOWN ,( ''I $600 DOWN Lii.S

In men's Softball action Monday UG L I
May 15, Graudon's madeIt $56 JO month
Motor Repair Co.Of eight wins against no defeats -

Gainesville mo. Mill' ._AND" 1IIVICI... Ing Iron as 11-0.they shut out Brand-, ,, $82,60 Month

Repairing R wtDdIft.. o G I Z11K1 The League leaders collected -. .\V .;...;.:
New and Used 13 hits and were paced at ...
,
the plate by the three-for-three r
"
2818 N. W. l th._ Ph. S7M318 : fir'R d performance of Danny McKln-

I ..;.. ney, Steve Thomas,Randall Mc- At
MOVERS w I'/CS".i': Gee and Harvey Smith each I
eCUD-nlOitr had two hits. Branding Iron .
r. .ADIf' was limited to six hits withno .tfj.These'
lAne UliUnc ___
Moving,, M _'M_..._.w.._... one getting/ more than one ..
Storage r- PackingCrating
Ia: 3729527a3'COn1IT: hit.The ::: '
Skipping second game was a marathon \ :''" .
Free EtUmstes CaO c between First Baptist and I INCLUDES:
Lawtey with the Church com f; I INCLUDES: 4" SIDE WALLS
L SHAG CARPET
1 ing out on top 25-16. FANTASTIC'I 14,
siaAIDN The Church led after one CREDIT LIFE I INSURANCE I TWO\ DOOR REFRIGERATOR

r inning eight to three and after PHYSICAL DAMXGE .. CHOICE OF LIGHT OR DARK PANEL
flve Innings, 20-12. The j TAG AND TITLE SALES TAX CHOICE; OF' APPLIANCE COLORSDtlivery
Church rapped out 18 base hits ,
PIANOS ORGANS with Eddie Hazen, Jim Dun- And Deals! Delivered And
Van Service
Inc.
CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS can and Bob Mllner getting '. .
three hits each. Raymond Thomas 0
354*N.E. Wilde.. ... G'vtlt la led Lawtey with three hits.- I Set-Up Set-Up!

171-4111 ,
BANTAM BASEBALL
AUTO SALES SERVICE MUSIC Co. Bantam boys Baseball open E 1

BLOUNT PONTIAC .CMII"' Shopping CI,. 372-5351 the Monday second! May half 15 of, but the season there .naaranra'E ---
I
GMS, INC. Is still some unfinished business -
Farm and Industrial
to attend to In the first .s
Equipment _
half.Coca Cola Is undlsputably the 12 X 60
champion of the first half, finishing See Two Smiting
with six and three
a re- '
Santa Fe Tractor, cord. B.P.O.E., Police and Billy Vernon Month Country BoysOr
Down 59.99
$420.00
Factory Authorised FORD Discount all have a very good -
PentlacS chance for second spot Police

le 'Partt-Srvlce J Farm Tractors A Implements record Is 44. Discount three OrINCLUDES;
-four, while B.P.O.E. Is three- Pete Peters
210 N. MoleGein.avIII. USED EQUIPMENT: flve CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE PHYSICAL DAMAGE Serve You

.. Fla. A rained out game between ',; Today ;- INSURANCE TAG AND TITLE" SALES TAX
SALES PART BKRVBCE! Police A Discount must be, ,
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372-2583 played as well as a tie pane ,
Anti Set ivt'
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4418 N. W. tth 3TI4S48GAINESVILLE. between B.P.O.E. and Discount. Up ,
-' For The Deal -
TRAILERS 1 l1e20 l : FLA.MQBII j
In the final scheduled first Open 7 Days A Week .
,*NO.... ....AI..YlC.II" a YwHaveBeen .
'' half game Friday May 12, two
Mcklb HMM were played with Police Dspt. ,Waiting For Till Dark
b K Hlr 4 Sspf Itov 'IK.Authorised downing B.P.O.E. 8-5 In extra .

D.*U For Innings, and Discount edging
First half champion Coke 3-1.

.n...tlU L. WcldoRd.OIn J7S-06SI. E..lat.nb.na Siesl( Hutlag Si Ale Conditioning pounded In the first the gam ball for PoUce 13 Dept.base I UND THE

NIN.Iervic.-I. EquipSupplietAwnins. hits but had difficulty scoring OF DOUBLE WI DES R

ode", .. her M MM f e f ti runs. Police bad to score twice .
... .
MiUHM ...n./ .. fra.kYn.e. Alt In the bottom of the sixth to
Cenditloaiof Ia tlldt
We.. tank. Owe. stay alive and they woo them '
ftr All MMMMr <'0. Up gam* the botbmcf. tile U. S. 301 NORTH STA KE. FLA. ACROSS FROM BRADFORD MOTOR COURT PHONE 964-8919
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.,. ..378-8902 OWNED AND OPERATED BY WILDWOOD MOBILE HOMES INC.
VK M** bit atwo, out-three run bom ; .

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COPYRIGHT I 1972THRIFTY
James t.. Tomllnson,Gainesville I
attorney has declared his- PRICES GOOD THURS. MAY 18 THRU WED. MAY 24 ';
Intention to qualify as a candi- MAID /
date for one of the newly created ,
circuit Judgeshlps (Group 5))resulting -
from the adoption of '
Article V as an amendment SLICED KING SIZE DETERGENT
to the Florida Constitution The CdvPEACHES ;
election will be held on Sep.
tember 12.
A member of the law firm
of Scruggs Carmichael Tom- .
Union, Roscow: &Prldgeon Mr. lP
Tomllnson Is a member of the
American)I Bar Association,
Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers limit 5 Cam with $7.50 or more -
American Judicature Society purchase :excluding cigarette

Assn.,,American and,FbI Delta Trial Phi Lawyers legal I I .Th.T

fraternity.University of A graduate Florida College of the $ YK 84-oz. ( .
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of a member Law he of Is the now Judicial serving Administration as- BOX

Committee of the 67t ,
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8th Judicial Circuit Bar Assn. 29-ox.: ; Ny
Tomlinson Is a Korean vet- 1UCEOPEp P
eran, having served 16 months CANS Limit one with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette _
as an Army Intelligence Expert.
He Is also a qualified Army
paratrooper and ranger, and "
currently; holds the rank of W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND W.D BRAND PURE

Major A native In the of Avon Army Park Reserves., Tom-

llnson his now wife lives and In three Gainesvillewith children. ROUND STEAK BAKING HENS GROUND BEEF

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Methodist spring BMSSince Church.Is the traditionaltime Boneless LB. 98)) 'ru aJ u. LB. J 9 1 ru aJ Ls t 5 PKG.lB. $299 (f tj U aJ-* f rll t '.


for love the Bradford
Middle School chorus has crea-
ted a spring'concert: called"A HICKORY SWEET OR BOB WHITE 'f W-D BRAND PORK SHOULDER W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE SIRLOIN TIP OR

ginal Look group at of Love skits"about an ori-the SMOKED
different.kinds of love writtenby SLICED BACON PICNICS RUMP ROAST

the chorus class. ,
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sented The ;program at the final will parent be pre-Interest 'PF" "'X"r .B.L of rem. .I'niocfi' tJ asmorir *TH>-era .it' 'eRl' .,r ..>*..>.
night Monday. May 22, : Boneless 3i;
at 7 pjn. at the school. Following .
the program will be an
Incoming orientation students.for the parents of 6 8' .49. aJQ

The BMS chorus Is an elective .
class which meets) during lB. IB IB.
the 7th period each day and Is
directed by Mrs. Glenda,Wat-
tenbarger music teacher.

a.a HUNTS SAVE 30c MORTON (IN A BASKET) SAVE 32c IVORY liQUID ((20
Last Friday the eighth grade Ketchup . :a"-'e 48C Chicken 2 P:'J: $199 Detergent . 37 01BOTTIE 63
"Spirit of '76" of girls
group THRIFTY MAID SAVE 40c PAN REDI' SAVE Ac DEEP SOUTH :TfSSHCucumber
played women's faculty; team '
called "Barrett's Bombers." ""'e 38C 2 $329 29
The teacher-players were: e T Shrimp? - PKC. Chips
Mrs.Stanwlx-Hay Mrs.Moore, SAVE 17c-.THRIFTY MAl"Tomatoes' FRYPotatoes THRIFTY MAID BARTIETTPears
Mrs. Reddish, Mrs. Thomas, '
Miss Miss Lindsey Kitties, Mrs.Mrs.Mitchell Barrett, 4 21'0.CANS $100 . 5..69C, 4'6.':NS $1

Mrs. Dyal {rs. Cheek Miss SAVE ]7c-THRIFTY, MAID CUT' LIBBY LEMONADE. LIMEADE OR''PINKLemonade THRIFTY MAID

eral Winters Student-players of the Mrs.Interns.Miller representing and sev- Green Beans 4 CANS' $100 6's 79C Apple Juice 3 QUARTS 88CINSTANl

the eighth grade were: Gwen GRADE 'A FRESH FLORIDA All WHITE AUNT JEMIMAFrench INSTANl CCTFEE

Cuffee Jackson Efevelyn, Jackie Matthews Smith Rose Alicia Large Eggs .2 DOZEN 69 Toast 2 '-;, ,100 Nescafe.$138' :
Flowers, Sandra Covington,
Clara Johnson, MatUe Coving-
ton,:'Debbie Hall Joy Clemens
lea Summlngs, Marlon Cummings BUSCH BAVARIAN ALL VEGETABLE YELLOW
Lavonne Morris and I
Laura Thomas. WESSON OIL WHITE CORN
Neither side could score In
the first two Innings, then the
groups both got hot bats for the


park Mitchell.rest play of home though The the run game.final was hit an score Highlightof by In-the-Mrs.was 6 PACK 98 Sal doROil 88' 10 59

about In the ten eighth runs.graders favor b)' ,,.0z. 4B-a%. $ EARSIO1Tl1

were Two also other held athletic recently.events The CANS U-OI 68C BOTTLE

school track meet had repre-
sentative groups from each FRESH FIRM (NO HEAD OVER 29c) SUPERBRANO ICE CREAM SANDWICHES OR SWANSON MEAT LOAF TURKEY OR CHICKEN
team of from 11 to 18 mem-

with events.bers Students 55 who points.The participated In boys volleyball: from In 8A had won the a LETTUCE ICE CREAM BARS TV DINNERS

school-wide tournament with

the representatives six teams. First from class each win-of
ners were determined by 7A 12
beating 7B, 6B winning over
19 69 2 $1
6A and SB beating 8A.
other Then and for these 7A the won.teams school played championship each- POUND 'PACK PKG. ;34t SIZE, $t I

Players on the winning 7A
team were: Frank Terry Ronnie -
Ruby Linda Starling, Kathy ARMOUR ((5. OFF) ARROW TASTE O' SEA SMAll SAVE
Starling and Alvin Mur- SAVE 14< 12,.,. 1JOCTPKO. '.01. $
ner.Reporters Treet. . CAN! 39c Paper Plates 88C Fish Sticks : .3 PKGS. 1U
: Bruce Mojers .
Dogan Smith. SAVE 17c.AURORA BATHROOMTissue S Ne.1 t VENT VU

i OLD TIMER . '. '4'r00: Tissue . 3 2K s''" 88C Potatoes_ .' .10 .liS. 48C

SAVE 30e VAN CAMP CABIN GIANT 11.5.No.I t VENT VU

v Pork & Beans 7'A' $100 Peas 4 17 01.CANS. $| 00 Potatoes 20 88C
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SAVE 14c.PETER PAN GREEN GIANT KITCHENSliced FRESH SUMMER YELLOWPeanut .

Butter 2;-v. 99C Beans 4 toot.CANS $100 Squash 2 LBS 29cSAve

SAVE 'lie SPARKY GREEN GIANT

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Chase. (Fronr Pogo 1)) Three Incumbent Circuit Re-election
- Judges Seek
stolen cash was that the tight window In
thought,be was going to
took oft. He the Plymouth would not roll
potted by over, so we backed off. down and Claude had to shove All three Imcumbent: Judgesof Judge Crews, formerly of law degrees from the University ident of the VF Alumni Association cD of Florida, and as chairman ,
9:30: aon. the dam e.t driver Pve open the door and shoot out the 8th Judicial Circuit have Macclenny served 14 years In ; of Florida, and servedas and is a member of of the Circuit Judges
"W. tried .... of It." said Chambers. "The announced their Intention to the Florida House of Representatives a representative in the State the Council of Judicial Admin- ference of Florida. He is Con.
Mm, but ha : truck then crossed the window never has rolled downright seek re-election In groups one. from Baker County, and Legislature from Alachua titration of the American Bar judge of the circuit. chief
road." at a high speed,crossed since we've had It. two. and throe respectively.: received the Florida Legislative -. County; In 1933. Association. The recently adopted Article
tin a High northbound lanes, and "Hardy has a master rank They are George L. Patten Achievement Council Award He Is an Episcopalian Ro Judge Murphree Is a past Five as implemented b7
officers a telephone pole and with a pistol and there was of Starkes and John A. H. Mur- for providing the most valuable tartan, member of Florida Blue chairman of the National e.... Legislature,, provides tor six the
suspect ., finally coming to rest n't a single bullet hole In the phree and John J. Crews both leadership for progressive and Key and Phi Delta Phi legal ference of State Trial Judges. ; circuit **" In the Eighth
the siren ... yards In the woods. truck. To be a master you of Gainesville. beneficial statewide legislationover fraternity He is a past pres has servedontheJudlclalCoun- Circuit.
Restaurant. Judge Patten was appointedto a period of years He was -
shoot 100 cent.
have to
According left the truck running per the court In 1953: by Gov. appointed to the bench in 1968 .
.Iren Just took off like someone had "Some people might criticize Dan McCarty. He was electedto by Gov. Claude Kirk.
all the \ gasoline on him" said.. us for shooting out the urea a full term In 1954. and re- Judge Crews received his law /1t\
up to 90 mph-. "We could have...- but there really Isn't any big elected In 1960 and 1966. the degree from the University of 1
ued to keep: ) shot him when h. got out danger In It. It Just makes a last time being without oppos-, Florida where he was chancellor ,
by weaving the truck, but In my opin small hole and the air doesn't Won. of the Honor Court and
Finally a truck isn't worth kill leak out all at once. He received his bachelor degree president of the Student Body.
in It became a man over." The man had gray hair but and law degree from the He is a member of the Church t.;
would he sure could run. The cor- university of Florida and practiced of Christ a Mason Shrine American "
pect suspect then ran through } 1
rection officers with the dogs law In Starke before accepting Legion Moose Delta \" ,. 4'd
Hardy shot wood to SR221. the ; "
near
tire. exit were simply beat at the enJof a position with the Florida Theta Phi legal fraternity Florida i,d.1' I.iv... ). ., .,' ... j ,
"It didn't hounds from Ralford the chase." Railroad and Public Utilities Blue Key; Circuit, State, .", ::1! .y : !"it;:. I'.J.' I' !'
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Commission,which he held and American Bar Associations :'::, '. J't/' '' ,. .
bit and when on the scene around '.
for several and the American Judicature ," ... ., ::"
ly flat he and trailed the man down years. p'T ; .
said Into Waldo and back Apportionment.From Judge Patten Is a Baptist, Society.: Gov. Reubln
'When he of town until the dogs final a Mason. Rotarian member of Askew appointed) him to the
railroad the scent at the Inter Florida Blue Key and Phi Alpha Judicial Council of Florida In '
entire of SR-225 and SR-200A, ( Page ]1)) Delta legal fraternity. lie 1972. ,1pt.4
Is a member of the Circuit Judge Murphree was appointed

at speeds In ) miles outside of Graham. 9 Ir
andFlorida ConsltuUons,. State and American Bar Associations to the court in 1943 by Gov.
"When
he e entire chase on foot cov- "We hold that It (the plan) and the American Holland, and was elected with-
ing you ) close to !IS miles with is valid on its face." the ma- Judicature Society: He received out opposition In 1948 '54, '60, When
the truck suspect running most of jority opinion stated. "This is the Good Government and '66. you flip
ing so bad. time on the road's edge. without prejudice to the right Award from the Starke Cham- He received his bachelor and
Hardy then ; Sheriff Glen. Moore Sgt. of protesters to question the ber of Commerce In 1966, and
rear tire all Gamble from the pris- validity of the plan In appropriate Is a past president of the Rotary the switch in 1976
Chambers and another officer ran the proceedings raising factual Club of Starke. BMS Counselors
the truck. < the entire way. questions their briefs."
tinued trying Majority; opinion also pointedout Set OrientationFor will the ?
suspected It was. 1hsl" Cham knows an election Is Imminentand Two lights come onUJeVe
as the chase area pretty good the election machinery is InjuredInSmasJiUp
on U>301. said. "He ran Just like already In progress. The opin- New ParentsBradford
shoot out would. ion entered 29
was Just days
With three people would take off from the filing of the petitionby Middle School counselors -
the truck the woods, but be took the attorney general. Two were Injuredin will bold an orientation spending almost
ly, Chambers down the edge! of the road persons program for the parents of Incoming -
shadows where he knew The majority opinion was a five car pile-up Sunday. students Monday May
would make better time." written by Justice James Ad- May 14, when a car driven by 22, following the spring cho- '
ktns. Concurring were Chief Bonnie Johnson 29, of Titus-, rus program which begins at $1 million a day to
truck was recovered Justice B. K. Roberts Justices ville. ran off SR-ie east and 7 .m.
a scratch on it accord- Joe Boyd and Hal Dekle. struck three parked vehicles BMS counselors plan to Introduce -
to Chambers with the ex Dissenting opinions were according L to Starke Policeman the middle school con- help make sure
of the three tires shot written by Justice Vassar Carl- Tomia1 IY. cept to the parents discuss the h .
ton and Acting Justice Sam Bonnie Johnson and Leon school's policies, philosophyand
Spector, In which they con- Albert Williams were treated programs, and show the
ironic thing about it You're and
using
and released from the Brad more more -
curred with each other in part; parents around the school to
and by Justice David McCain. ford County Hospital after emergency see Its physical facilities. electricity. And so are your-
Show Specter, chief Judge of the First treatment Sunday. "Studies show' that if students neighbors. Our job is to try
FLORIDATHEATRE District Court of Appeals, satin The 1969 Oldsmobile driven are ever going to have to make sure that the electricityyou
FRI.. place of Justice Richard by Johnson was traveling east school difficulties, those difficulties : need is always on tap, readyto
Ervin who excused himself because on SR-16 and hit a Ford Van usually begin when the
the of switch.
at
brother students enter Junior high serve you flip a
Up'R a was counsel and proceeded to sideswipe Homer or
for one of the litigants Mosley's 1965 Plymouth. middle school. That Is why we It takes a lot of planning. That'swhy
Justice Carlton In dissent, Then Johnson hit a Pontiac feel that an orientation pro- we have to look ahead five years
said that while the U. S. Supreme owned by Joseph Jenkins In gram for parents can be so and more. And it takes a lot of money.
7:00 Court has recognized the rear pushing\ It into Wil helpful they can then better That's why we're investing over $300
1 3:00 Saf.ul'dav 1tOO population to be the controlling liam's Toyota, according to aid their children to make the
factor In reapportionment ca- Galney. transition to middle school" million a year in facilities. Everythingfrom
FRI., SAT., SUN., sea. It has not held it to be Bonnie Johnson was charged says Mrs. Jacqueline Cline new generators that make the
the exclusive factor. with careless driving. counselor.. power to new transmission equipment 0'
: He said the Florida Constitution that keeps the power coming to you
In Bajo Rio they pay provides for governanceby
dependably. All aimed at making
,.In.,
to see a man kill a bull. political subdivisions (counties Parental Neglect Cited -
) and when the Legislature sure you can always flip that I== }
Today, unnecessarily ..ignores county As Delinquency Source switch with confidence. .?__.,._.._
they'll pay lines, "It arbitrarily discriminates -
.. see between those citizens Dr. Chester E:. Swor re- traced to parental neglect in the
a lean killanOlh.l' living/ In subdivisions kept Intact knowned author lecturer and crucial said Dr. Swor.
and those In subdivisions" teacher spoke to ChUan Club Dr. yeaui" now speaking We carit afford not to.

.., man' which are fragmented at their weekly.breakfast Tues- every evening through Friday
..... Carlton was critical of the day morning. .at the First Baptist) Church.of
action of the majority, noting Rev. W.A. Hogan IntroducedDr Starke,.beginning at 7:30.:
.1 ". a petition for'declarato7'Judg. ; !Swor! who'urged parents ,
went Is \
i to spend more time with their
relief from Insecurity and uncertainty children and the youth of todayto
with respect to rights, give them needed confidenceand
Gold Kist.
status and other
( equitable or the guidance of an adult.
--r a legal relations." He said the
._PIcton.' decisions relief do not afford this Dr. of Swor parents cited vivid who were Illustrations too- Over 100 Farmers Mutual Exchangeseach designed to serve

I. A_RofUU_ Lubn octeT*MetoW__J4t*Bkwn Production. "Instead: these It factors appears by to hold Intensify busy with to devote their the successful needed timeto careen the specific needs of its area with the best quality farm

tI GUNS ICHTT' ing apportionment plans valid their children. "The major suppliesyou can buy And you share in the profits. n&1&
(< M COUW APo\RAMC\HPlCIUIE& \ only 'per ..'." source of delinquency can be

I Invalid The new and plans the matter should remanded be held- Good things for the farm and from the farm. .'

i ;cPj,yR, to the guidelines Legislature for with compact significant j GafntsviltiHiiringAidCo.MR. Z., ". .

tip T H single-member districts in both S':: : ,. .'. .,. ," .:
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houses, stated Acting Justice % .
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Spector In his dissent. He pro GARDNEROWNER ... : "
am> PICTBEII posed) eight other criteria Including f'J : ...... ';'; '"""" .,- ',,- ""'" .,' "' ..:.,> .: '-
that no considerationbe ';; _;M_ ",
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i a given to the residence of >. .
I 1 Incumbent legislators or to the < .

a Q voting patterns arithmetically of the electors.While In compliance 1 AND .,...' ...,, ,0..

with the one-man one- .
AI HI IIObadlui .. vote principal,Spector contended OPERATOR. -'
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Finish 12th Bradford High School finished Receiving the most outstand- high- point track man as high Lee talked to the players and -teen, after Coach Lee's speech,

third overall In the all-sports ing runner award was team point man on the team and as their families on two topics, was named die most outstandIng -
conference race, Head Coach captain Richard Fill who along the most outstanding on the "The Missing Ingredients" and cheerleader and receiveda
David Hurse told the audienceat with DonnIe Burch holds the team. "Why Settle For Less." trophy.
the annual All-Sports banquet school record.. Tim Crews received the a- On a list of things" valuableto Lee went on to give the ath-
Thursday night, held In honor Both: runners were named to ward for most Improved and man's success the most letes five Important points to
In State Meet of the athletes In spring sports."I the all conference and all district Jimmy Ricks the trophy for Important Ingredient Is peace follow in years to come:
win teams. high point man In field events. of mind and everything become -Be a good: student. "Do what
feel like we will It Ricks set a new district record hideous without it," Lee said. you can do."
all next year," Nurse said After a highly successful In the high Jump,,, a new "The greatest comfort In the .-Be a gentleman. "The world
"Nlnty; to nlnty-flve per cent track season which saw nine region record and finished world today Is a Job well done. operates today where we take)
Bradford's track and field district record with''a Jumpof Bradford placed 8th overall of our athletes in all sports school records fall and the sixth In the state.P. "To have peace of mind It everything for granted"
team climaxed their 1972 season 62. In the race and according to will be coming back next year Tornadoes finish 121-31 against A. Lee assistant baseball takes three Ingredients: enthusiasm -Be a team player. "It's '
Saturday as they totaled Bradford's final effort In the Loper. "May have finished and we're going to be as tough other teams team captalnJlm- coach at the University; of Florida dedication, and enjoyment way to peace of mind."
10 points In the 58th runningof state meet came In the mile third, fourth, or fifth If we as they come. my Andrews received three of and asst. professor at the -Keep your emotions under
the State Track and Field relay with the Tornado runners would have been In the fast "This year.we finished second the five track awards. college of physical educationwas "The most dedicated of all," control. Ho a man about It."
Championships to place 12th placing 8th overall witha heat." In the conference In track, The all conference all district guest speaker at banquet said Lee, "are the cheerlead- -And to work constantly to
among the 64 other class 3- 3:27.2 clocking. "The weather down there In tied for second In basketball,* all region and state hurd- sponsored by the BHS Quarter- ers Improve oneself.. "Don't ever
A schools that qualified. As In the 880 relay Brad- Winter Park was really unreal and were fourth In football"The ler received awards as theMachine back Club. Cheerleader Connie Chas- be satisfied."
ford was again In the slow ," said Loper."Amid windsup basketball team went 1 14-:
Highly regarded flames City; heat of the mile. Donnie Burch to 30 mph and a torrential 9 for the season and 9-5 ,In
captured the class 3-A crown led off with a 52.9 split. Bar- driving rain, our efforts were conference play. '
with 58 points. Dillard was a ber then ran a 51.7 and Andrews really great and I'm as proudof Coach Mike Sexton presented -
close second with 47 and Bishop a 52.9 to put BHS Into each of the team as I could the awards In basketball.
Barry a distant third with fifth place. possibly be. Willie Newsome was presented Powers To Win
17 latka points. Conference rival Pa- Anchor man Levy LeMOn then "This ,was the best state effort the trophy for the best free
South finished
seventh with took the baton and ran "a tre- since the early 60s and throw percentage. The sophomore -
17 points. mendous 49.7 split" In a driving climaxes' a remarkable seasonIn averaged 60 per cent.
Team captain Jimmy Andrews rain to finish a close second which' the team amassed Newsome also received the
led the team, scoring In the race. ,with a 3:27.2: 173 wins ''over other schools award for most aslsts averaging In Moultrie Ga.
of the Andrews
seven ended hU ten brilliant points. high- clocking against 42 losses" 3.3 per game. TourneyIn

school career by finishing 3rd Able Williams received the
In the 120 high hurdles In 14.9 award for the most rebounds.

and 4th In the 180 low hurdles The sophomore nabbed 271 this their most awesome show had! two round trippers. Rho- age only seven hits against tile plate while Rhoden a. i MIIM-:
with a 20.4 clocking He also Wishhone-T season. of power to date, the Green den was the game's leading Machines' defense scoring four mow went 6-for-7.
ran a 52.9 split on his led Junior Malachi Henry was Machine belted 58 home runs batter going 5-for-S at the rune The Green Machine complexly -
of the mile relay. voted the sportsmanship award In five games over the weekend plate. The Machine faced another dominated tournament play
Winning time In the high hur- by his fellow players.In to go undefeated and win The Thomasvllle Merchants Moultrie team In the next game collecting 170 hits and wtr ,ng
dles was 14.6 and 19.9 In the Offense Set his first year out for basketball the Moultrie Recreation De- could manage only ten hits to and again easily handled them. all of their games declsl>.,'y.
lows. senior Bernard Williams partment Invitational low Pitch score three runs. Green Machine outfittParkwood The Machine gave up only 60
The 880-relay team won their was voted the outatand-. Softball Tournament.Ten In their second game the Mobile Homes 33-19 to win hits tIle entire tourney while
heat by some 40 yards and ing player award. Williams was Green Machine outhlt their opponents 31-11. themselves belting the baa: jut
placed fifth overall in a time the leading scorer second In Green Machine battershit 30-16 In downing Miller George Barnes had a per- of tile park 58 times.
of 1:30.7.: The time was their For KH 11'Keystone's assists and third In rebounds. round trippers with John Buick of Albany. Ga.22-11.Watson fect 4-for-4 performance at Marcus Ithodcn was voted: lie
best to date but Coach George Bernard Williams, Able WIl- Watson of Klngsley Lake lead- again led the Machine witha the plate along with Larry Mingle tournament's most valuable
Lope said "I believe we would limas, and Willie Newsomewere Ing the way with 13 homers. 5-for-5 performance at the who went 3-for-3. Watson player. He was the tounwy's
have finished second or third all named to the all- In the championship game plate and two home runs. John again belted three homers leading batter with an .821 'e-
If we had been In the fast heat." football team will "Two-year' letterman Steve conference basketball team. Sunday, the Machine Mt 20 home Emerson had a perfect recordat while Garlington, Falcon and rage. Khoden collected 23 '.its
Malachi Henry led off the e- go to the wishbone T offense Byrd will start at center a- Only Orange Park had as many\ runs In crushing Stones Inc. the plate, going 4-for-4. Mummow each hit two. The In 28 times at bat to knockin
vent with a 23.6 leg, putting this year according to Head long with veteran Ricky Davis named to the team. of Carlos Ga. 41-4. Mummow had two of the Machine's Machine totaled 10 homers In 21 runs.Watson .
BUS In sixth place. Vernon Indian Coach Roy Bayless as and newcomer Tod Brannon at "The biggest disappointmentthis "It was our best show of 8 homers. the game compared to one by who was the home
Barber then took the hand-off Spring football practice entersIts tackle. year was losing all"three power ever," said General The third game saw the Machine the Moultrie team.In run king with 13, was the next
second week. "Brannon looks real good times to Orange Park, laidSexton. Manager Townsend Strickland. leading batter with a .714 ave-
and raced to a tune of 22.9 rap out 38 hits In slaughtering the championship game
to move the Tornadoes: Into "We ran It three years ago and aggressive" said Bayless.W "We also redeemed ourselves Thunander and Sons of the Machine rapped out 44 hits rage.
third.,pl eer/Tim ,Clark .took. wlth..great success: ;? Bajrless, base three pretty goal u'' "We' were young of club the' and" from the; poor, showing madeIn -.Moultrie,. 38,4, RhodeaJe4 the... .Inoludhi**20i round .trippers' As a..team the Machine col-
season '
the blggesrhlghu&nt -
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tie
't. in third plaee with a 22.7 split. ''one running\ back so we could- tackle and center. With the was vacation In their opening game Friday and Jim Carllngton's Stones who came out of the at bat for a team average of
Anchor man Levy Lennon took n't use It, ,but this year's goIng three to take up the slack, from the Christmas At night, the Machine rolled 24-. with a 6-for-7 show at the losers bracket, could manage 627.
beat 6055.
the baton from Clark and according to be"a some of the unexperienced boys and Macclenny undefeated, 3 over the Thomasvllle Men* plate. only eight hits In 27 timesat Th'js weekend the Machine
word
10,Lop r. "It was all "Our backfield IIngoing to may really come through for the time they chants. The local team collected Rhoden belied three round bat. will seek its fifth tournament
and ranked 12th In the state.
she wrote. be pretty solid and we're going us on the line. 25 hits In 47 times at bat, trippers and Garllngton Watson Nine players hit homers for win In a Tltusvllle, Flltour-
The Junior Just blew their to have the backs to do "We may have to m -tlop The basketball team loses clncludlng eight homes and Donald Flacon each the Machine with Watson and ney. 'Iwenty-three team are
doors down with a really tremendous the Job. and move one of the tackles to only two seniors this year,Bernard Richard Mummow Marcus had two. McArthur each slugging four. expected in what prorolscs' to
21.3 split to, win by Two year letterman Tim guard. I would rather the other Williams and Cleveland Thoden and John Watson each The Moultrie team could man- McArthur went S-for-S at the be a tough tournament (>r Ole
some 40 yards." Goetzman and transfer student team know where we're com- Simmons. Machine.
Junior Jimmy Ricks placed Victor Clvltares will be atfull- ing than to not have the block- Following a disappointing
sixth In the high Jump clearing back. According to Coach Bay- baseball season In which the
I 8 feet. A leap of 6-2 was the less Goetzman la fairly quick Ing.At the present Larry Kne Tornadoes won only one game Gridders Please Hurse
winning Jump. Ricks holds the and has the Inside track at per and Joey Cardwell look Coach Wayne McLeod presented Colonial
baseball awards to the play-
the position. to have the Inside track on
j. Larry Turknett and Jack Sheffield the guard positions. ers.Senior
will be at the halfback Knepper 035 Ibs.) has playeda Larry Brown was presented -
Reds positions. Last year Turknett lot of football according to the award for the best With Progress So Far"I'm Leads
Baby as a sophomore scored 13 tough- Bayless, but will have to put on batting average. He averaged
I' 'downs from his flanker back some weight. .351 for the season.
Could BeOutstanding position. "Cardwell doesn't weight but Freshman Tommy Wise won LadiesWith
Backing up Turknett and about 140," said Bayless. "But the most Improved award, Sophomore pleased to this point, "We've got the raw materialto Tonight (Thursday) at 7:30.
Sheffield are Bob Hayes and hit real well In the games we Charlie Green the but the boys are really going make a state championship the Tornadoes will hold their
John Maxfleld who Is out witha played last most valuable player award. to have to work hard this sum- team but we Just have to regular ly scheduled Friday a 5-2 won-lost record
broken foot. Cardwell's eligibility didn't Gary Melvin was voted the mer," said Head Tornado David refine It.. In the past the teams night scrimmage on Thurs Colonial/ I Florist has regained
"The one position we have come through until the final sportsmanship award and Ed- Rune as spring football haven't worked very well to day. the lead In women's scow! pitch
Bradford High JV footballers ,depth Is quarterback" Bayless game last year. die Hazen received the trophy practice entered Its fourth weekat develop their skills In the sum Softball play sponsored by tile
have almost finished< their said At split end will be the other for best attitude. Bradford High mer. Starke Recreation Department.Four .
third week of spring practice This year the Indians will quarterback said Bayless, and Senior Joey Bennett receivedan Veterans Wayne Tetstone "The '65 squad was the one Slow Pitch
working mainly on offense. have Robin Henderson and Bob- Grayson will probably be at honorable mention as an all Steve Strickland, Malachi exception. They worked real teams are still battl-
by Hurner back as signal call- tight end (tough he's also working conference selection In base Henry and Gray Flynn are hard In the summer and It ing for the powder puff champIonship -
Defense will be emphasized ere. Last year the two sharedthe at Q&"Grayson ball. looking strong according to State with them winningthe Tourney Set of the first half of
next week. responsibilities. Also Key- Is 8-2 and growing In golf the Tornadoes finished Hurse. Championship.Hurse league play now nearing Its
"We've had two real good stone will have Junior Bobby rapidly" Bayless said. third In what Coach Jerry Reese Bob Dyal and Gary Melvin said that this week Here May 25The finish. Right behind Colonialare
days 1 of scrimmaging during Grayson at quarterback Several other boys look like called the toughest conferenceIn are holding starting positions the gridders have primarily Blalock's Meat Market
the three weeks and plan to Grayson Is a natural passer they could really come throughfor North Florida. at tackle but Steve Register Is concentrated' on the defence. and Koch's Drugs with one less
work on defense more next according to Coach Bay- us: Matt Tyre, 180; Donnle Against all of the larger Jacksonville continuing to Improve. "We've got good competition win and the same two defeats
week rather than offense as In less, but at the pre lent Hur- Hall 170, Bill Callson, and schools Clay High and Vernon Barber and Dennis going! at various positionsand Invitational Eighth Annual Starke 42. Norman's Farm has four
the past," said Coach David ner Is ahead of them all. John Roland.A Orange Park won the right to Crawford hold down starting we're giving everyone an Softball Tourna- wins too, but three defeats.
lIur... Hurner will be a senior and total of 21 boys are now represent the district in the positions at linebacker but opportunity to learn and workat ment will be held under the Colonial has
auspices of the Starke
Recrea-
Is a three-year letterman.Hen- out for the varsity team and state meet. Clay tied for first to Hurse Wayne their positions," Hurse said. one game remaining -
according ,
"The boys are beginning to derson Is a ,)mIor."We're another 35 out for the Junior place In state before losingIn Lambus "has stepped In to "Because of this and the fact May tion Department 28. May 25 through in first half play, with
shape up enabling us to tell team. that we've with the Hoch's.Koch.
going to be small varsity; sudden death. stayed same
who will be good players," !but quick," said Bay ...."Act- "The same starting 11 on Richard Roberts was presented Early show Chandler good Improvement Is continuing and defense as last year we're up The to 12 tourney teams field with will 23 be made along with Colonial

said Hurse. ually we will be a little larger offense will probably play defense with the most outstanding to Improve at a rapid pace." getting a lot more depth." scheduled games has to play a make-up game

lop ends so far are Kenny than last year with most of ," Bayless said. "With golfer award. "Carl Luther Is still In the According to Hurse the Tornadoes This year's tourney will not Monday: May 22, at 9 p.m.
Cauley Sheldon Hodge David the returning boys putting on only two or three exceptions. In a new sport at BHS, the lead at nose position, but back- have the most depthat Blalock will meet with Koch'sand :
10 15 All In all things look pretty team finished 10th boast of the top name teams
pounds. lifting
McMillan, and Dale Haas. or weight up man Chuck Norton Is looking defensive end. Randy Gas- Norman's Monday.
According to Bay lei s, the Indians ; good The boys are working overall In the state meet and promising" said the kins and Brad Carter are now but should be a very competitive -
tackles looking good to Hurse will be weakest on the well and are showing a lot Head Tornado. "Norton has holding down starting positions. tournament and some exciting Norman's has only the game
are on Sewell Gary Wallace line with were the class 3-A state cham games says Recreation
Samuel Pittman Randal Hudson only two returning of hustle. pions. Improved as much as anyoneon Backing up the two veterans Dir. Gene Rayburn. with Blalock's remaining
letterment. are Terry Hayes, Greg Red-
Randal Trainer and Lynn the team. "By limiting the entries to
The cross country team finished Offensively according to dish and Donald Lop r. "As you can easily determine -
Luther. classified teams feel that
we
the with 19-11 "Before the season is the league first
year a Hur... the team has concentrated over.
all teams the
Improved guards are Allen mark against other schools and on its passing game. Terry will earn himself a startIng entering tourney half championship will not be
Norton, Dwight Barber Derails Hippies Remain UndefeatedIn were the district n, class 3- "We have got our timing position" said Hurse. chance definitely to take have home a the sporting easily determined," says
Allen Danny Anderson, and A champs. down pretty well," said Hurse "Both Reddish and Loper have championship Recreation Director Gene Ray-
Douglas Hagan. Improving at shown good I Improvement also trophy, Rayburn burn.
"And have become more fluidIn
the center position are Marlon Men's Slow Pitch League our movements. as have Keith Testone Tim states. Norman's knocked Koch'sout :
.' Thornton and Mark Bruno. Crews, Billy Blgham Tim
Bad Day "Both Eddie Hazen and of first place with an 8-4
4 The Baby Tornadoes have two Graudon's. Hippies pickedup 8:30. Cunningham vs WJ/CB; Charlie Green are passing Clark perimeter and (Ronnie Hall on the Norman's Evens win Tuesday night, May 16.
cornetback'and
quarterbacks this spring, Mike their seventh straight win 10.WJ/CB vs Cunningham good! !but Hasan still has the Norman's broke a .-4 tie In
'. Gasklns and Johnny Nichols. to remain undefeated In Men's Friday May 19- 7:30: Hippies ForKH edge because: of experience." safety; Record At 3-3 the bottom of the fifth to plate
Nichols Is also a running back. Slow Pitch Softball as they vs Cunningham; 9pjn.WJ. According to Hurse the "Stewart Strickland was four runs and get the4 win.
downed William Jewelry-Com CB Lawtey. back also looking good until he cut
Hajlme Is tbetouahel" vs field and offensive line
Kanematsu A double
Rama
by flames anda
tor munity; Bank, 18-12. Runners has continued to show much his foot and raised a couple
'out WJCBvs .. :
01 andhim Sat. May 20- 7:30: of practices.: Norman's farm evened out triple by Terri McNeal highlighted -
the fun due leaving The Hippies rapped 20 base Branding Iron 9 p.m., Cun- Improvement.>> It's won- lost record at 3-3. tile big Inning. Nor-
when school ends said hits while WJ-CB had 15. Ran- nlnsham vs lit Baptist. putting down Barrette Con- man's outhlt Koch's 14-7 with

Hurse. dall McGee was 4-for-4 at the Seven runners from Keystone Discount Police crete.Products 24-4 In Women's Rama Hales going 3-for-4.
Tommy Reddish and Bruce plate. Joey Bennett, Dean Johns Moo. May' 22- 7:30: 'Cunning- High( School traveled to POE Powder Puff Softball play this Sandra Norman, Kelly RIchards -
Barnes are 'at the full back and Danny,McKlnney each' bad ham vs Lawtey; 9 IUII.t Winter Park Friday for the wee and Linda Cubbage each
position. Leonard Saw is at three bite. Baptist vs Cunningham, State Track and Field Championship Battle Second Norman's collected 16 hits had two hits.
the left half back spot. Anthony Marion Llsenbee, Rhymer! but failed to place !In For Spot and were led by the tour-tor-
Hendrith and Elva Hampton Howell Johnnie Johnson and The Hippies had their hands any events. tour performances: of Tsrrle Gloria and Terri
are at the right half.peek Wayne Sail bad two hits each full as they down a fired up 'It was Just a bad weekend"said : four the fifth, off a walk and two McNeal and Kelly Richards. Woods had two hits for Koeh'..
for the losers. In Men's Indian Coach Roy Bayless.. Chew Waodns hurled
tat Baptist team 10-7 consecutive outfield errors on Verge Patrick and Rama Colonial downed Barrett's
Bill Brown has moved from The League hat had several Softball Tuesday night May 18. '. all you can say for It. Innings for Police with Randy long fly balls. Haines were two-for-four. Concrete 17-2
In five
the center to the tackle and Is postponements In the past few "Even with a high wind the Corbtn finishing up and get Discount: collected five hits Olivia Harper Joann Hall Innings
snowing good progress. weeks, which will be made up. Baptist led Sea after thm times were pretty geed. It's ting credited with the who off Brice Wolfred Stu Ray Joan Magyar!, and Katherine, rett's Tuesday 156.night, itttng Bar
Daron Scott U out for the Standings Hippies 7O.Cunutognam brings, !but could >pick> up only surprising Just how much Improvement 'Tie I defensive burn, and Richard Hall the Klein had one hit each.
spring due to an Inlred... 1-S. wJ1ch43Lwtey two more the rest of the way there has been In second game with was Southern a -- three coke ptchers. Bill Lundy The game between Koch's Diane Jordan paced Colon
"The offence Is enex- 2-5,1st Baptistl-3(;Brand while the Hippies acatten: sd five Class A Track the cast few struggle had two hits and a walk In and Blalock's was postponed ial with a 4-for-4 performanceat
: !but I am pleased with ing Iron 0-7. more runs. The Hippies had l years."We. DIscount"ck1n8 up a 3-1 three tripe and scored twice. the plats while Barbara Hoillngsworth
them so far .aad.!thl7 could Schedule: their poorest night of Jhe ...- are Just got* to have to victory their first over Coca Randy Edmondaon, Don and will be played within the was 3-for-3. -
develop Into aa outstanding' Thursday. Ma 18- son they seattoned 11 hits spend more time on track and Cola. Discount scored their and Barley Ingle. eacb: had fie next week.
team. said Hurse. lit Baptist' VsSrmnding Con; with tease Church getting 9. work harder next week." winning runs In the bottom of hit.
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t a navy. He also assisted In
Time wu when gophers where they were doubtless used per acre per year The Bell "Their book of rules all Mi Signer drawing up the Articles of Con
those land-burrowing "tur- goes STEPHEN HOPKINS. Rhode la-
by the
natives
the
as main people fat .
grow selling aophenancI ) the federation.10th
way from horses and mules
tles' that Inhabit the sand ingredient of "gopher stew" the Pensacolaas land. Education Self TauPt-
wax exceedingly down to goldfish and silkwormsand
hills of this region were Occupationi Merchant Age at

shipped by: the barrel on The land around Bell was said so far no fat one eating is hurt them,", end the but tells u "gopher"how to care Is for not.each the Signing 69 Age at Death' Signer '- WILLIAM EL-
"Peggy. the famous (or Inramoua1 78.
to be underlaid with phosphate noel aa11t. LERY Rhode-Island. Education -
branch line of the Sea- proper name for the animals hand tremble but
and overlaid with gophers! According In "My mjr Harvard College Occupation
board Railroad that used to to the 1913 writer,when But all was not happiness In about question It nothing is said ..fhGin heart doe DOt." said Stephen .' Merchant,, Lawyer.Age .

run from Starke to Wannee on a man. In the Bell settlementsold the situation, apparently. "To Hopkins who suffered from at'Stgidng:"***-- AP at
the Suwaimee River. a tract of land to a phosphate the Southern Express: Com "Turtles pauy. as ho signed the Declar Deaths 92.William. *' '
and
company he always reserved pany's officials' Starke the tortoises are ation. Next to Franklin, I PMns EUery was a sincere
According to a 1913 Item In "gopher privileges"until gopher trade Is a thorn in the marine animals and the care was the oldest of the sign believer In the patriot
The Telegraph, about twice a I the land side," The Telegraph given them wouldn't suit a the'
was to be worked. repor- ers. His family were among cause, and was sent as a del-
month a couple of barrels of 'Property having( no phosphate ter wrote. They have to be naturalists gopher, so until further advice original settlers of Rhode Inland egate to the Second Continental
is
given the
sorters would arrive here from ) beneath It Is valued according to some extent, so expressmen; and he had been active Congress, where he votef
Bell on the Wannee branch for to the number of barrels they can properly care for have to act upon) the suggestions In local politics there tor almost for and signed the Declaration.He .
given by folks around
trans-shipment to Fensaco :
] of gophers It can produce ,live animals left In their care. Klngsley Lake, who havegrown fifth years. He had served was a witty and observant

gray-balred catching: and Muffs Awarded many terms In the Rhode Isiland man, and Is said to have placed
Studying gophers. You legislature, and was nine himself so he could watch the
couldn't Mil the dern-things, times elected governor.' faces of the other delegatesas
EDITORIAL nohow." Eagle Scout RankGlenn Hopkins. a".11ghtlngQuaker. they: signed the document.
favored some plan of union" He reported later that they all
In the meanwhile, the Stark for the colonies even before show "undaunted resolution."
expressmen were reported taking 1760. He and Benjamin Franklin Ellery suffered real losses
MuUlns' 14, received He Is a freshman at Brad because
friends -
firm
good care to move the became In the Revolution as a resultof
his Eagle Scout rank Sunday ford High School and Is amem- .
similar
shipments out as soon as of their .ylewa.Hopkins his patriotic activities.When
pos in ceremonies at the First Me- ber of the marching band. Mul-
6Love Of Family No.Excuse sible. thodist Church In Starke. Uns is a member of the Boy was outspoken In Ms Newport was occupied by the
Scout troop 70, sponsored by support of the cause of Inde Brltlst In 1776-77. his home
SCRIPT USED
For Abuse Of Plane FIRST ELECTRIC FOR LIGHTS Glenn son of Dr. and Mrs. the Pictured Starke Rotary Club. pendence. At the First most Con- was sessions burned were mal\"ofhl.poa-lost Always
State In Robert Mulllns of Starke, began with Glenn at the tinental Congress, when
contrast to the million -
his scouting Sunday. ceremony are (from of the delegates were advising more a man of letters than a

.dollar.._. .,._.bond...._ ,.,Issues__ ,..___of_n today..._ age of eight and has career since at fol-the left): Ms mother, )Mrs.\ R. S. caution, he said plainly "Pow- politician, Ellery had a wide
HIV t-taXllV vita %.oumu1'- Mulllns, and father Dr. Mul- der and shot will decide this knowledge of literature and the
State Treasurer-Insurance Commissioner love my kids," be added.In sued script" to W.O. Tlson rank lowed of the Eagle rugged Scout road to the llns; Scoutmaster Don Harden- question." As a delegate to the classics and was a great let-
Thomas O'Malley has given for a loan of$1,000 for uiepur award possible,in the highest brook and Rev. DeWitt Fara- Second Continental Congress ter writer.

a unique reason for haying made spite of these laudable sentiments .pose.. _,__of _providing UL'_ .__a_ .. system_ ing. scout bee, pastor of the church he signed the Declaration and' He was next to the oldest of
twice as many "deadhead" flights in most Florida taxpayers, would rather vi .'."'me; ugnw ear are rown, was appointed to the committee the Signers to die, living to
accordihgto the May 7, 1897 for the age of 92.
for drawing up plans
be state-owned airplane assigned receive a refund on tax dollars spent issue of The Telegraph.

ir his use more than any. other than to receive apologies from Mr. '

'ate Cabinet officer: O'Malley The action was taken at the f--------
regular Council session on ---l '

le loves his family: Of course, the Treasurer isn't the Monday Mere Chairman II LETTERSAN I I
Cabinet Truby, and ., Hackett.
only member abusing the By
Certainly that Is. a commendable Mlddleton Morgan, and Hicks Bobby; L. Taylor
privilege of having a state-owneclplane present -
s itiment! and one shared with many; for Ms but
assigned use, Mr. O'Malleywas Tonight (Thursday May 18) Some crops depend on bees
)ther parent, but does It give bun Indisputably In the lead. The committee on electric Is one of the most Important and other Insects to transport

te blanche to fly his children, at lights reported receipt of a nights for Bradford County 4- pollen. Poor bee activity or OPEN LETTER TO tone over the past one hundred

layer expense, to meet appolnti On November 21 for Instance the communication from Mr. TI- H members. improper timing and use of STUDENT PROTESTORS years; In some, a small per-
,
son offering to carry $1,000 pesticide could be centage of the dictated
people
its with doctors In Miami to a cause.
or plane assigned to him flew roundtrip worth of script at 10 percent Ribbons and awards for 4-H Pollen shed of other flowers May 12, 1972 the extent of freedeom they-
& arbowl football games In New from Tallahassee to Miami, taking per annum. project work for the year will might not correspond to the would permit individuals under
the of
Fortunately majority
0 cans? the entire there for the be presented to over 100 4-1 receptive time
family On motion of Mr. Hackettthe members in of the ovary. students attending the nations the new order; in others Individual -
recognition: of outstanding
Miami Dolphins-Baltimore Colts foot- following resolution was Environmental conditionsalso colleges and universities are rights were subordinated -
Motor Pool work on
of projects
it Division rec-: ranging -
ball game, and back to Tallahasseefive adopted: from automotive play an Important role In far too Intelligent to be led to the rights of the majority.
ce ',s chow that It costs the tax- hours later. Nice for the wife life. Popular project areaswild- pollination. Excessive: rainfallcan blindly and unthinkingly by pro- Student protestors owe, their

$: 16 an hour to keep O'Malley's and kids -. and also Mr. O'Malley "Resolved, Hut (here be clude beef cattle, swine, horses wash pollen off the stigmaor fessional agitators and revolutionaries right to .attend school to millions -
si Issued to W.O. Tlson one cause the pollen to who Instigate the majority .
passenger twin-prop plane In the gardens, home Improvement rup of hard working taxpayers -,
al whether It flies empty or full. Present Cabinet script of $500 payable one ,"clothing child development ture. Temperature extremescan of so-called "Student since! any tuition
policy permits ;year after date, and one script home either damage the pollen attendant you
and and their
Protests"
A family living pay
< .rdlng to the records O'Malley'spit covers only a small
wives of the state officials to travel of $500 payable two ;years after foods and nutrition, recreationand grains or the ovaries, or both. riots particularly those fraction -
& J logged 52.6 "deadhead" hours with them at no charge when seats date, each bearing Interest crafts, career exploration High humidity can also hinder undertaken in the name of Peace of the cost of your educa
,
fn July 1, 1970 through April 30, from date at the Interest from safety small the shedding of pollen. Tem tion. .
are available, and they are going places engines, and veterinary and Freedom.
19 date at the rate of 10 per cent science. perature, nutritional and physiological This letter is addressed to In the United States individual -''
on legitimate business. But
a new conditions also rights have
interest playa been
per annum payable permitted
who become
policy must be set on July 1 when the Families of 4-H memberswill those students to
Mmi-annually In advance very Important part In the Protestors" who heed an extent never comtem-
executive aircraft owned by the state attend the recognition program polUnational fertilization role. the"Student..troublemakers and who become plated by, the writers of the
"I apologize to any. citizen In the are reduced from seven to five and And If modern readers think and covered dish supper. Constitution and to an extent
Even engulfed
State of Florida who feels I am abusingthe placed In a pool, doing away with the that "law and order" Is onlya will Bradford preside 4-H over Council the officers ,after some fertilization flowers or Is fruit achieved to such an by; extent mob psychology that- unknown In by citizens of any other

privilege of using state aircraftby tradition of each official having his recent concern It is Interesting and present the awards program tomombers. can drop. Mechanical and physical they violate tile rights of others country the, when world. Your Oemonstraticns -
to
tying my family," the Treasurer own assigned plane.MTbe note that T.A. Knight, a damage to the flower such and destroy property that otherpeople'k'taked" they vloJatethe -
prominent merchant of Starke/ ,, " .. a-Spray bum, fertilizer burn Maid':&) lcf"foi--
sale vj"Belleve It or not lee am veryclot II attended the 189T couneil'sea '. ." hail j"'."311*.philosophy. _!ofrrevoiifclon will eventually reauttt.ln'J-.e"- t '"' ,7
.cua.Jt, :
.to my wife and t children five remaining.1 planes-'will1'be1 Ij don "In the- Interest.of ithe f. ,.,, H.P "> 'cause,{ .watorand the bruising -begets revolution,* of \100 loss of. rights younowtake: : ;. ....
one
available Law and Order Corn tobacco and other field flowef to abort from for granted. .'",(1' "'
and <,4ke, ) to spend as much time as on a first-come first-served Club"andaskedthat the plant. or another -, sad when your aw
-
poss le with them. Also, when they basis, which might not be so convenientfor the Sunday ordinances be" crops are looking good. Most' actions Infringe upon the rightsof You should consider yourselves -

need medical attention I like to know Cabinet members and their fam and revised and made operative" folks weeds have been able to control have All this Is to say that tiiere others and destory their property fortunate that higher
even though we
they re receiving It from their family tiles, but should strike a responsivenote strictly enforced. had frequent rains. Rain and are many many, reasons that which Includes federal. education is available to you
some of the flowers and fruit State and City which and you should take full advantage -
property,
j rslclan In the city where they in the hearts and pocketbooks of long humid conditions can cause fall from our plants. This Is State and of It Instead of wasting
grew jp. It Just so happens that I taxpayers who foot the bill. PRICE OF HAIRCUTS fungus disease of crops to develop not to say that we should not City property, your time In noIsy/ disruptive!
With considerable concern for and be difficult to con be concerned If we have excessive you may well bring abouta demonstrations.
the high cost of living, the Au- trol. Growers should observe flower drop because revolution but not with

1916 Issue of The vegetable crops frequently and many of the conditions men- the results you believe you are Perhaps a paraphrased Winston -,
Kin The Be Allowed Telegraph gave the following Initiate a spray program as tioned can be manipulated by espousing.The Churchill's famous remark
Hippies report on Inflation In the field soon as possible lit signs of a growers. By maintaining bee end result of any revolution -
I of men's haircuts disease are seen. Commercial hives, following recommended in modern times has always Is pertinent to you'

To Take Over The Folk FestivalTwo "The price of hair cutting producers should use a pre- fertilization and spray pro- ended with a loss of theVOl' student protestors because-
ventive using )NEVER HAVE SO FEW OWEDSO
In the union shops In Jacksonville spray program grams, and by using good cultural ) freedoms the revolution
Is to be Increased from Zlneb, Maneb or other fungi- practices aries contend they are fight- MUCH TO SO MANY -
growers can
25 to 35 cents The barbers cide, that has label clearancefor expect a good fruit set ing for. hard-working taxpayers.
andgood
reeks ago we suggested that nudity and drugs. More than 100 arrests are contending that the new I the particular crop. production of quality; fruit, and If you are Justtoo preoccupied

Camilk seeking a little wholesome were made during the weekend,. fashion haircuts take considerable vegetables. with your ""protesting''. Just T.A. Sundem
fun co J do worse than pile Into the mostly for the use of drugs. more time than haircutting look at the history of revolu- Starke, Florida. t

family ar and make a trip to the annual formerly did. Just This is the time of year

11k Festival at Stephen Foster According to one spokesman the something else to be added that we get frequent calls on
poor:fruit set, or newer and
to the high cost of living that's :
Memos aL Festival Is
now faced with the choice all." fruit drop.

of cutting back Its crowd appeal,, which Wonder what the 1916 editor Fruit set is the term used

This advice was. based on a very has been bringing 1 In more and more would think of those $2 (and up) to relate the success or fail- .

pleasant visit to the Festival about thousands each year, or trying: to figure haircuts of today to say nothing ure of the complex processes IL IM'r '

three years ago, in the pre-Hlppfe out some way of handling the hip of the 1972 styles leading up to the visual appearance -
and
era. Now, apparently, things have pie element that will eventually spoil JONES ADVERTISES "fruit". These development processes of involve the- ;

changed, and hardly for the better. what used to be an enjoyable outingof FIRST AUTO HEARSE the pollen being trans

according to news accounts. family type; entertainment, even If The June 1, 1917 Issue of The termed from the anther to the
some of "the great unwashed" might Telegraph carried the following stigma of the same or different r

consider It a bit on the square side. "Important Announcement"over flower. If the pollen germinates -
Apparently, the Festival is suffering I the signature of DeWitt C.' and delivers it's genetic ,
"growing' pains" and the hip Jones: "I can now handle material to the ovule, fertilization -
It would be too bad to sit by and see
has
taken
place and
pies are threatening to take over what funerals In any part of the
this event, which Is looked forwardto having Installed Automobile fruit development can take
was once a genuine downtoearthpresentation County,
,
place.A .
by so many folk music lovers, Equipment. Price same
of folk ways, folk music ruined by the minority who would as horse-drawn hearse. I wish .number. of factors contri-

and folk craft, without any sideshows rather give It a rock festival at- to announce that I have addedto bute to poor fruit set. These
of "skinny dipping' in the & mosphere. Perhaps obser- my Undertaking Departmentan Include failure of the pollen to
1- as one Automobile Funeral Car. reach the stigma of the flower -
wannee, or puffing pot under(he pines. ver has suggested the solution would Owing to the great number of failure to achieve fertilization -4

be to obtain some professional security automobiles In our midst this after reaching the stigma '

Sometimes, news accounts of such people to keep down the drugs step forward was necessary" or flowers dropping after .4

goings-on are exaggerated, but there and keep out the gatecrashers; then being fertilized.

was enough at the last festival to also make preparation for fetter

cause the editor of FSUs student handling of the ever-increasing crowds. FAIR A SUCCESS Local Jaycees -
Successful fairs are nothing *
newspaper to deplore the actions _
of
In Bradford County
new ,
those "who conducted themselves as Apparently nothing Is holy to this as witnessed bv this account TOn Blue Chip ___ _

If they were attending a rock festival. disruptive minority, but It should not In the Oct. 31, 1913 issue of State Award

." A substantial minority, this be allowed to spoil the Florida Folk The Telegraph:
writer said went out of the The Bradford County Fair Love is
way to Festival which has already grown to was one of the greatest successes The Starke Jtyce Chapter
antagonize the rural folk attending be one of our most cherished traditions. ever made of won a Blue Chip Award for .

the festival with rudeness, derision, ering In Bradford County. achievement and growth at the a Smith-Corona : :
The exhibits were far beyond State Jaycee Convention In St.

expectations. The best farm Petersburg last weekend. Out. ,
display was made by: O. L. of 110 chapters In Florida, only for graduation.SMITHCORONA.
MIzell county demonstration 37. received Blue Chip Awards. .
The Bradford County agent, and Is an Illustration of Attending the convention from

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED 9- I7 the good of systematic and the local chapter were Danny .dL.w..IdIlOftooloop'ft.kldgMrlNoy" ___ 14" .pIkXIhXat '>':_

scientific farming. Brown newly elected president; Nuuh., "dt ....... Tbt'"h. '
pWIwn
& << Senator Crews busy Robert"Foster, Internal vice "far:ha:: ":.. ":1-: An.IXt..e.+hLM.Xh.h.ndhighly. ,.. :;: OJir__
was .n-thh.
1879 .. "'ft very ...._.... o.rn.X.
president Jones 'nrkw ". .... .
.
and k.
... clrcufotihga list for signers Randy a_IoI.hj. f1r.IMI. _.....Ll--lath"the Y.let..ahrn. ,"
4thel3lu. to form a Bradford County Fair secretary Intarlhm..du.. ) h.n.lt A 5n.1'l.w_krA.Awk"g. ,. _
Mr Mere Association with agreement The 'Starke chapter now has =:.=:;:.... The ":.:;. ._ ,..
pltM "">
that the fair is to be held In 33 members and meets on the 3h""tMM.Wr... .M.duw. the k..d.. -lIJ .
'FLO RID t A P S 5 Lake Butter from first and third Thursday of -- knthha.tMp..pMr. .
R\E\ Set your minds on things DOW on.) It is believed everyyar that there each month at a pun. In the A ;::...._."...,....,. WfttaklW! ...............

ASS f? N that are above,-(Col. 3:2). will be no objection to diG fair Chamber of Commerce office. Wt..I. )'.......,... ,

0/0 being held In Lake Butlerevery
) year as it Is the most central

As we grow In spiritual. un-, and accessible point In the county See Them At .
and Is IUrroundedb.Jlboftry(
oerstandifis, we come to view best agricultural section In 1he
E.L. MATTHEWS, Edlfec-PublUK.r. ourselves and our life differenlly. state.

Published each Thursday and antarad e* S.e,nd We view otters differently. CoL T.C.Futch deserves special y THE
Class Matter .t the Pest Office et Stark, Florid. We are no Jo.l'lr.com- praise for his ceaseless *. TELEGRAPH
..d.r Act ef March 3rd. 1879. placentor. unconcerned; We wort during the fair. Y

Subscription in trad. areas 1 y.ar, $5.00; Outside. feel la real desire to express the Among those receiving prlies "The one thing yon can
ftada ante: 1 yew, $5.50. Cod-self in u.. while we work In various contests was Miss get for a' quarter !I. a protert AUTHORIZED SMITH -CORONA DEALER
I with our fellow-man. ,Mona Alderman, $1.,' for best frees your youngsters
hand wrf- that It Isn't enough."

.Pap 14 Telegraph May 18, 91Z



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> !______Life___Jpent :__________ _Elzie___Sanders_________________ A Friend P. D. Reddish Baker's Grocery' _Club_100Vndrews__________________.__
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> Parts Service Longhorn Restaurant Loudon's;. Beauty Shop O-fhe-' Cleaner, Dot's Place C. .. Miles Market

> Branding;;- Iron' R-t-----------; ;;; ;;; Johnnie; Blaine ThompsonA ;;--------- B ;C Truck Stop------------- WAu-----------------;;; ; ; Shady :Trailer;; '-;;; Park;;---------- Spires. ; ''5-----------------;;;;

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>> Zedr.Hamilton. Friendho. ;; ; 5 Hilton Waldron Livestock Coastal(Oil Company
----------------- Umroyal TiresJim's
oTstarke ------------------------ ---------------------------
City Natural Gas Roberts ------------
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George Insurance Agency -- Williams Jewelry Hampton General l StoreNational --------------------
----- ----------- Amason Septic Tank ''I
------------------------ Company Bargain Center
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Theron Yawn Fred Barker Sears ----------
Merchant ----------
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____________________ __ __ _______ Gull Lile Insurance'! Bradford Abstract Company ProteinRalph ------------------------
M. Adkinson ------------- Jones
( ,Starke Texaco Station Roger's House Of Upholstery .-Warney .:. ______________ Bradford; Barber; Shop; Sheriff John {Whitehead
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Life Of Georgia{ C;y''ippli----------------;;;; R. P.' McLendon's Photography Lee's:-.;; 'Standard; -- -Service; --------------- EddieD:?Allen,;; Rivers Hardware-; &-Furniture; Company---

Julian E. McRae ________ 1214 E. Call Street __________
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--------------------- To-rent Motel ----------------------- Lau-tey Douglas TV & Appliance
Morgan's Barber & Beauty Shop ----------------__________ Barrett's Concrete Michigan Ranch _________________________
Of Fla. ------------------------- ---------- -
Owens-Joist Inc. -------------- Howard '
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George Patten ------_________________ Flowers By Larry Bradford Motel Shuford's: 66 Service Center _________________________
----------------- Danny's ------------------------ ___..________________-_______ -------:---_;--------------- Joe Shaw Wrecker Service
Foremost Dairies, Inc. __Photography_______________ Starke Pet Center Child's Grocery Lawtey Skating Rink & Barber Shop --_______________________
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--------------------- Daisy Gas ----- --------------------- ------------------------ Cargo Gas 1
Community) State Bank -----_____--------- Ed's Radio Room Horace Sanders J. R. Water Grocery ___-___Company______________
Member FDIC Land Of The Double Wide ------------------------ ____________________________ Internallonall'erullurs' Norris: Auto Sales
L. Kite __ __
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: --------------------- Cracker's Fruit StandKeystone = ---------------------- -
Charley E. Johns Insurance Agency Carousel Candle Shoppe Pulpwood ii Timber ___________________________ Priest Standard Service Karen's U-Namc-lt Shop
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-------------------------- 101 North --- :----------------- ---------- -----------------'
Bradford Telegraph _________ Mi Welding Shop Massey Gulf Station
County ------------- canopy HeightsCongratulations Dclorcn Beauty ShopMcLeod's
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------------------ Griffis & Sons Fiberglass 301 South -----------------------------
Koch's StoreSuwannectStare ---------------- ----- Desert Isle Motel & Restaurant
Drug ---- ;------------------- ;; ;;; to the Starke; ; ShrineClub ; __ ,Barber Shop.
__ Starke Appliance Center .. Town: Finance -- ----------------------- = =
-- ---------- for the fine work they are doing.' = ----------------- -- -------
... fleapn 6AirConJitionin ----- --- --------- ------- Traz; ,kt ),&.Restaurant. ',. : '
.. ulrr e rr.iu .1. Hal Y. MainuN
', rant. !!I. ... .. !,!. s; _.......;: Bradford Furniture::: Corporation "CLAY'ELECTRIC' "t ,
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Andrews; Drug;;; Store-;. 'i, "'''", ,\ Five Winds Lodge oJ ---""":_"--_;" "_---"..;------ _______.:..._.:=!!=________________ Carter Radio& TV Service General Farm & Wcwlern Supply
_____________________..:?.:.___"_", __101 South_--o"_u__-_-______. Wells Electric Service Buff's Garage ------ ------- Lorctta Merritt .
---.---------------- Blue Grass Music Park
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Terwilliger ford Amoco ---------------------------- -- -
F. L Fruit Stand Service Station 0. E. Wilkinson Mrs. G.
-- -------------- Homestead Restaurant J Boyd
Starke- Builders'- Supply Company 301 South John Fuquay ___________________________ ----------------+---- ---------------------------
----------- Cannon
_____ ----------------------- & Sons LP Can Town (louse Restaurant
:--------------- Blalock's; Meat Market: Dot's Beauty Nqok
Jackson's Building Supply __________________________, Longcbanp Home. ----------------------------. -----';-------------------- -------;------------------
--------------------- -------------------- Keystone Cleaners Handy ay Store Varncs 66 Service
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Jack Roofing .
Sam GriHis Grocery John Toro--------------------- -----------------------------
.------------- Harry Green;-- ;;Auto"Parts- ----------- Shell Distributor Bettye & Bert.s Crafts ]tat/ord .'ranl./lII.arhcr Shop .
Biggs Body Shop ----------------- -------------------------- ----------------------------
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______________ ; ; George W. Brown Refrigeration Triest Construction ---;------------------------- llukcs GroceryFarmers'
Doug's Sunoco _____ ___ ____________ _______________ Dobb 66 .
William SilcoxStandard! ----------------- -------------------------

Oil Agent Starke; Motor Parts- -------------- Jimmy Bowen. Washeteria Keystone Lumber & Supply, Inc. ..Maurice: _Dobbs.-__________________, & Dealers'_ Ban k .
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Hurst Shell ; Bill Edwards 66 Service Inc Poor Boy's Grocery Pine Air Farms, Inc.
_____ Stan _____-_____ Tuck's Drive In __________________ _Keystone______Heights_____Insurance________________ --------------------------- Box 448
Sid Shuford's Standard Station ------ New Method Cleaners Northern Propane Gas J. D. Griffis Grocery --------------------------
_____-______________-_ The 0 --K--I-------------- ________________ _________________-_____ :- -------------------- Ruc"cr.sBradlorJ '
Hospital ;----- Oil Redfern's Appliances Griffis Department Store = ------------ --------------
Medical CoSta(( l'e3woiaS'o 3: --Wii.--------. _Jerome_____Johns_____Company__________ ____________-___________ ------------------------- p. B. Dukes Appliances:
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Sleepy,'Hollow Motel I Starke-----Dollar--- Store---- ---------- -_________________ ---_-----------_---------- _________________________. Union County Cross Koad.s
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Chevrolet & Olde" _
Baldwin ------ ---------------------
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______________________ Parker Barber ShopCarroll's -
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Keith's Beauty Shop Hardware -------------------------- -----------------------
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-- George II. Pierce Garage ------------------------ Little Springs! Lounge
Noegel's 301 Restaurant -i-b-; -Shop------------- I _____....__-___________ ------------------------ GroceryKingsley --------------------
------------------------- _______________. Crawford Tenneco Station Ducky's Department Store ------------ ShadTsneii
Farmer's Mutual Exchange ( __ __ -------"---------------- --------------------------
Gerald E. Brown I Insurance --------------- ---- -- LakeStrickland's -
------:-----:---------- _______________________ L. B. (Red) Alvarez Service= StationHammond's = Keystone Jewelers Lyman Green's Bar B Q
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Tom Crawford ------ -- ----------------------- --- --- --- --N ------------
-----;------------- _________________________ Goodman's Service Station Belote Drug Store Landing
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Johnny Moris ---- ____
Woodham's Grocery -------------------- ---
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Temple Motel ------------------- -- Bush's Fish Gulf Bait! fc Tackle Station ______________ ---------------------------. Automobile Dealers Association
J. D. Odom MalTaTd'sTiToltoTe"Watson's Wells Grocery _-------_-------------------
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________________ Lil' Champ Food StoreBonnie's __ _________ Food Store New Kingsley Beach ---_=_------_---:---------------
Starke Motor CourtLibby's -":""------- ------------- -- "-" ---_______________________ --------------------------- 'epsi-Cola Of Gainesville
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Hair Stylist Keystone Barbershop -----------------------
Sales & Service 301 South Lewis: -Timber .; Inc.----------- ---_________________________ ____ w a Ida__ Florida Motor & Equipment Company
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Holiday Inn Of Starke __________________________ Waldo SundriesDonna's deal Laundry
Durrance Pump Company w___________________ _Johnson Farm Supply I -George-- Kaufman --------_______________-__ ___w___w_________________
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Dnw Tita Hoover Ball Bearing Company CCbsT --------------"---------
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Wholesale Auto PartsBuilders' Gem Shaw _:.. _____-r___
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Hardware fc Supply : _______ ____ Trading PostBoyd's
____________ Vogue Manufacturing Company Edwards Grocery --:------------------------ _________________________ ---:----------------
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Thomas L. CaseyEdward's L. : __ _____ Elephant Lounge
M. Whitehead Builder --" ------. -
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StareWhiteheadBr : Mary D. Brown/ _________________________ K+roes Inc. _________ ____ :
A. -J. Thomas-;;; :Realtor- --- --- :--------------- Pinehurst,;; GroceryHardy's "'-- ------- Standard Service Station Fieldacre Horse Trailers Palm' Lanes"t .
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B.dd. Thompson Garage ___ NewEnglanderMotel I- Holiday LoungeCunningham's;; Fat Boy Bar-B-Q :.
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City Fish: MarketJencva ______ --;-- ------- ;; GullMitchell's _Bobby's____Hide-A___Way______________ _Gainesville e Marina___ ____ :"

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: Orchard MotelDonaldsonOgelsby Music
Lax Green ----- First Federal Savings: Loan. MuceUaneout ________ __________ ___ Company_ ...r__ I
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T.- Jeffcoat Signsiainesville
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"Mr Merrill" Edwards ---- 44 Winter Park .
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Sladt .Air i r c.e.TOOA': Y Savings ind loin.Auocialion. n of SuikV,5:;. __STARKE_________,_FLORIDA___________________ YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY
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(,, 109 East.Call St. Phana 964-5211 Wildwood Mobile'. Homes, Inc. k \ .Residential. Commercial,

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$$4988 WEEKLY CONTEST RULES __ .CA1L.L. ___ 10 Gradert WJw W"JI"' Be Ira Tile nth..Grade Nul Year ..U..IS I.JUN. SIll INS NI/y,',
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964-5745' .s.r! \S EST AMOUNTS SUBJECT TO THE'DI riON.OF THE INDIVIDUAL :;:
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Low Discount Prices Plus Service .,! Our Low Wedding Prices: Many Vied Motor &; 'Trailer For. .Sale $I 1,095 e "High Pressure CkoInwithnnomaI.n. .......
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Hi/iff2;/; GLORIA REDFEARN

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Pl.ae. Call 473.3288 or 473-4182 Annexation Issue Objectively .:.



n, DUPLICATE. : BRIDGE Annual Spring Luncheon on and a cake congratulating the An to both rapid growth the State"When of the to the outside the Council call an election I:
Winner for Tuesday, May Thursday May 25, at 12:30 bride fresent at we mower appeal sides of advantages vaUable nYe years from
!,\ 9 were: Flat Mrs. Paley Boyd p.m. at the Melrose Woman'sClub. were the mothers of the bride the annexation issue to keep that time comes, people living property owners. now." without further delay to settle
and Mrs. John Strawn Second the lines communication open outside municipalities will be Mayor Raymond Starnes the matter once and for all.

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; Mrs. Mllburn Paulk,District elect and fiancee Mrs. Fox placed annexation In second -
Mrs. BUt Bartlett and IV I>Director will be the of Starke and Mrs. Lena and try to understand each forced to tie Into some kind( named a few, a* he has doneat on Ms priority list, Councilman Roy Watkins,
man place
Mrs. F. G. Melrlck; Third, Clemens The bride-elect's others position was voiced by of sewer system," he said. previous meetings: Keystone third. Sewer said "I would not vote to set- ',
Mrs. A. V. BannUter and Mrs. Installing officer. Reservations fiancee Is George Allen of Keystone Rep. Gene Shaw at the second In Ms opinion, tne cities would built a municipal building at a and lines street should paving be laid before tie this thing now." .I would vote
C. W. Hardy; and Fourth Mrs. for the luncheon should be Height meeting on annexation held be the most logical and least cost of $45,000 which Is used streets are paved, he said In to keep It open. He added that,
J J.J. Brennan and Mimes Iva made before May 20 by con- The honor received many Tuesday night In the Keystone expensive agency to provide by people of the area, as wellas order to avoid tearing. the the open discusstorvatmeetlngei
Hiilyer. tacting Mrs. Ralph Barker. lovely gifts. Heights municipal building. this service Shaw added; Private those Inside ,the city: for streets up later. had done outside much the good limits In helping to understand -

t Refreshments were served by Miss Gina Mamma,bride-elect At the same time, he assured sewer systems are much many functions: fire and pol- W.P. Shaw. strong opponent -, people the reasons for an
GARDEN CLUB Mrs. C. E. Mitchell June recently hon- opponents of annexation that he more expensive than municipal -
the hostesses: of 16. was ice protection, which he said of annexation, said the nexation.
The Garden Club of the Lakes Mrs. Betty McCallman ored at a Miscellaneous shower would not Introduce a specialbill ones, he declared. fire
the city provides for the area; Issue bad been hanging Fox agreed, adding that at
met at St. William Church and Mrs. J. W. Warren. at the home of Mrs. Richard In the legislature for annexation Shaw said he noted several a public library, and park- since 1970 and urged that first the odds were 90 to IQ
Hall on Thursday morning, Murrhee on Lake Geneva.Other. without a referendum oeople in the audience "grlmachhg" playground facllltts, among annexation, but "the
April 27. A workshop on ma-- WOMAN'S CLUBInstallation hostesses were: Mrs. Laurel clause. "You have nothing to as he spoke, and denied others. Ellis against have dropped" since the
Ing corsages was conductedby of officers and a Bunce, Mrs. Charles Me Clave, fear from the legislature as that he was taking sideson Jay Jr. odds started, he said. "I
Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle. tea will be held at the Woman's and Mrs. Jennings Murrhee. long as I am there," Shaw said. the annexation Issue. He "The 4,000 people living Elected Head have meetings had many outside the city-
Winners of the High School Club on Tuesday, May 23, at Games were played and "You will not be forced Into the said, however, that the Coun- outside the city have not pul'thll ,tell me they have changed their.
Anti-Litter Poster contest 2 p.m. All members are urgedto enjoyed by the guests as were cil must meet Its responsi- all together. We would not Of Student GovLJay minds and are now In favor of
were announced as follows: be present at this last meetIng the delicious refreshments.The city against your will. bilities to the area and "to be enjoying! these thlnes If we he said.
7-11 Jackie Downie, first Susan attempting to explain both annexation
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; of the Club Year. bride-elect received many say that you disagree without had not had a small city to
Passwater, second Kim sides of the Issue, Shaw said, Ellis Jr. was elected Jack Moody, another annexa-
; News of KOP Week of July 10 lovely gift*. knowing what you disagree on Is ,
Belk third Grades 4-6 First. the City Council Is charged obtain them, Starnes said. Student Govern- tion opponent said "If
; will be given at a later date. that taking the ostrich approach to president of : you
1 Kenney Bonner; second, Chase MISS DODD GRADUATESMiss with the responsibility of planning the Issue," he added. Ray Wlnans, a former coun- ment at Keystone Heights High can show us where we will get
Morgan and third, David Wn- IIERE N' TJ REMiss Sylvia Ann Dodd,daughter the future of the community cilman, said the city should go School In a close election Tues any advantages if you
cox. Cheryl Dirkman of of Mrs. Fred Dodd of Key- and setting the growth He expressed sympathy for ahead with Improvements now. ,day. Ellis received 119 votes will put In a sewer system
Officers for the coming year Starke, bride-elect of June 10, stone Heights, will receive her pattern. those who moved to the Keystone "If the city sets the exampleby to 110 for Harold Elsenacher. large enough for us to hook
were elected as follows: Mrs. was honored at Miscellaneous Bachelor of Science degree In "The City of Keystone Is a lake region "to get providing a sewer system the runner-up. onto It, I'll work for annexa-
Leon Wagner, President; Mrs. shower last Thursday even- nursing at the 45th annual Con- service area," he said, and away from It all" and now and other faculties, the Other Student Governmentofflcers tion Just as strongly as I
Emily Ison, First Vice Pre ing by Mrs. Ernie Tomes vocation of Bob Jones College, those living outside the limits find themselves threatened with people outside will want to comeIn. elected for the 1972-73 worked against It."
sident; Mrs. Francis Melrlck and Mrs. Harold Sargeant at Greenville, S.C., on May 31. enjoy many of the same benefits annexation, but urged that they ." he said, adding that taxes school term were: Sally Naples l
Second Vice President; Mrs. the home of Mrs. Tomes on that are provided for those take the long range view and should be raised If necessaryto vice president Hank Morgan -
Jay Ellis, Secretary; and Mrs. Lake Geneva. ENJOYING CRUISE within the city, such as police realize that "we can no longer make the needed Improvement runner-up); Cheryl Fowler S.E. MCKAY
Emory Cooper, Treasurer. Games with prizes were en- Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles and fire protection parks and take the position that we *. secretary ("rHlJohnson run-
They will be Installed at the Joyed during the party. The refreshment and Mr. and Mrs. Al Watsonare playground, public library and can live as we want to live Council Chairman Everett ner-up)}; and Carolyn Jordan REALTOR
table was set with enjoying a three-week others," Shaw declared. without consideration for the Fox agreed he would like to see treasurer (Anita' Mciuen run Keystone
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punch bowls on either end, nuts cruise of theCarlbbean Is- problems of the entire area.;' the city go ahead with the sewer ner-up\ ). -
and mints fancy sandwiches lands. He appealed to those living Joe Watson, who lives outside project which he placedin ,A county voting machine was
I outside the limits to try and the present city limits, number one priority. used for the election, with students HOMES ACREAGES

""" ".",.y.,',_, _, y .v.,./\. 6_.,,_ __._.,--.--.--n n--_-------.. ...- -----. understand the City's position said: "It looks like you wantto "The countywide survey In grades 6 through' 11 RENTALS
and stopand think, "Where will take us in to help solve showed that Keystone will haveto eligible to vote.
we be ten years from now?" your problems." lie said that have a sewage disposal There was a field of 14 candidates L'
News Notes I Shaw said that the time will he had never heard the reasons plant within the next five years, for all offices, the largest -, Mr.. M.lba.1Inn. 4T3-4740 '
In Florida when resi- number to seek Student Cal J. Ch .ln ton47)-4479
come why Keystone wants to Fox said, "so we should start / b..o. 429-1041
i By Helen Egan dents will no longer be allowedto annex. the adjoining areas, now, while we can /get Federal Government posts in the Iiatl :IC.fT 473-4091
use septic tanks due to the and asked for a list of some assistance It might not be a- school's history. ,I

Priced Rigltt SENIOR CITIZENS centage of retired persons In ,
FELLOWSHIP CLUB the nation, wonder why their I II
representatives In Congresswere ;

The monthly covered dish not out In front In sponsoring -
luncheon and program meetIng this long overdue increase -
of the Keystone Fellowship Today's Issue, May I
Club was enjoyed by 23 18. when some 60 or 70 Melrose
members and guests. ,
AARP Chapter
Mrs. ]Hazel! Sheets, wife of community

President Lester Sheets, gave Episcopal members will Church be meeting parish house at the : \ ;' I

LJow a short devotional on "Love." for a covered dish meetng, Terwiflegar Motors

Mrs. Emily tour of loon the made Orient an last extended will focus their attention on e\ :

legislative action, or decision -
this
pIJ summer and exhibited some ,
uTEx due May 19. The speaker I
fascinating articles and pic- at today's luncheon will be
to Japan, N.E. .' cant ." q
tures of her trip Lawrence F. Howbcrt, no' '
Taiwan and Hawaii. Director of AARP. :: I' .. say :-( ,,\, f
.
:; '
And while our lawmakers are << t
Because the several other arguing over the busing of 1 '1i.( :' I, :' >'rf ,
Senior Clubs around this area why not consider bus- -f( '' ''' ,, ..
MOORToNEVINYL children, .. 'I! .. >: !
"
have enjoyed Individual who have no '
.
nametags Ing the elderly, '''\ "' ", .f
.
f"
'
the club voted to acceptthe means of transportation for '" .,
offer of Mrs. Francis Egan getting to the doctors, grocery .. ':. ,;,. /, ':_' "'" ..
!
to make tags for this store, or even the a'1 e ;i." /ar \ .

I LATEX FLAT club. These will be ready for church of their choice."PERSONALS ..., \' .'.'''' ''''''''''''' .oJ' "'.; ,. R ar .j M, 91'1r..u b.wr :
the June luncheon meeting. t:t fM! .', inns sl., w' Ui !'i ..' ''r. --.,,*. to \\III rls !''!' .
Interior/Exterior 'Mr. and | Mrs. Ed Roberts1 e I ". '.' ','" ,,,,,, ,, 't"1'f lit '.. ,to. I
H, '
For Master Wallboard \ .
Word has been received by !'Ii" .'" !
will be in of' Game- .
Masonry charge the Julius Hansons that Mrs. are ,
e Fast effortless .painting. ,Fun Day at 1:30: p.m. on. May ..e 'i'of1 Y ,
Drys In less than 1 hour 25 in the Lions Club. Ruth. Malmgren Is still hospitalized Ford Pinto Runabout with i''." j'" ,

I Selection of decorator. but some Improve- Sprint Decor Option Group ", :.. '7:I tJ +I.. ", i
colors QUESTION Where Sen. ment is shown. Her husband, .
.
: were ., Ford Mustang SportsRoof with II' ''rt' ";r I" ,. "
Gurney and Sen. Chiles of Flo- folks here Informed '- +," .' k
Axel, keeps Sprint Decor Option Group tjf;!(;
rida when Amendment 999 to as to her progress. These 1.. '' .. ;'
,t":. ., ,
$495CAL. House formers Keystoners were '.r"',) .' .:.... .'
Resolution (tlRl I ) was and ,(.,""f'," f ,k'r I
co-sponsored by 48 senators? such a part of church ,. .. J I: ,
club work of the community that
This amendment, sponsoredby Ruth's illness has been a shockto I" ;
I Benjamin Rep. Wilbur Mills and Sen. her friends. .
Moore Frank Church provides for a many Hall returned to
Mrs. Daisy
paints 20"c,> Increase in Social Security
for older Amercan his home here about two months

& HARDWAREAND According to Rep. Mills, ago, and Is getting along nicely Come in and !
"the Trust Fund of social security from her fractured hip.
Batchelder Is
Is overflnanced and senIor Mrs. Marian
4 GARDEN CENTER citizens of Florida, which slowly gaining strength and Is
has perhaps the largest per- at home after surgery In a


ber Gainesville Senior able Lilly to Citizens Johnson walk hospital.a Club short of StarkeIs mem-dis- driVe a brand-new Sgrint. i !


tance alone, and gets around

fine member Margaret with who Jackson a walker.fractured, also She a club her and You get the muscle-car looks !


,I hip greatly about missed a month at club ago meet-, are

ings. Karl Hoist, also of

Starke an, Is attack slowly of pneumonia.We Improvingfrom !

-==- trust he will be able to be s for a lot less loot.

with bur on us May at 23.the next club meet- y i

HJJ Mrs. Dorothy Kerrigan, wife ;
of President Joe Kerrigan, has ,
,
been quite ill, at her homeon \
Silver Lake with an attackof special-value sporty editions. 1

asthma and other compli- Red White and Blue Pintos Mavericks, Mustangs. .;.
cations. I.
Esther and Royal Shultis are Ford sprint specials are decked out with special hood treatments, : I

back at their home in Sun Prairie __ -z accent stripes, color-keyed Interiors, dual racing mirrors, :
Wis. after leaving their wide-tread tires, deluxe 2-spoke steering wheels, trim :
winter retreat Spring LakeIn
mid-April. on rings, color-keyed hub caps, USA emblems, morel :.. I

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Par- .
dee have returned from a tripto .,

Colorado and \Wyoming, I '; S 'J"j. .
What ,
Price Safety where there was too much snow ., '',.r o',';'" 1V; ."
to make It Interesting at the ,' '..

for Your Valuables? several well known parks. ct.5 6 .. tf.J' "II,* ,, ,1,' !' I

.
1'" .' f' "
First Federal : '
LESS THAN. YOU 4 ,
THINK! S.- M h. 'I'" S
Of Starke
To
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M / ; "h..;"'''':' Jr : '.
BranchThe ,", ::1 : ; < '
'r'
Don't gamble with .the safetyof Open ,. ; ._>>, V'" ,'
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!Jf":
documents valuables. Insure ;
,
Federal Horn Loan Bank Ford. Maverick 2-Door Sedan with' ... to "f.t, M 1"f;" IIi 1"'i' I
them against fire, theft, loss by Board of Washington D. C. Sprint Decor Option Group r :: I ''t.,': :'\r"r, t r'" .fun'

renting a safe deposit box. has announced approval of a ......,,M.. "f\\
branch faculty In Keystone !
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JT\ ,
/ Heights for 1st Federal Savings .. "I""f' ',. ,, : t-j, .
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The & Loan Association of .'IN'11" k
fee is low and
monthly Starke.B. .; '.;* v f'f:/ : :

you'll never worry again about F. Mlzell. Jr., presidentof .,: \ t- :
1st Federal, said that announcement "
possible loss.. See us soon then will be made soon

.relax, don't orry.IEYSTOJlE'STATE. ing regarding date. the location of the and Keystone open TERWILLEGAR MOTORS i

branch. .;:; : v'I


BANK YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER IN BRADFORD AND UNION COUNTIES :t,, .Ii'T'. .' i

Wnat happens If yon violate 206 WEST MADISON ST. PHONE 964-7200 STARKE. FLORIDA; \ i
Member F.D.I.C. 'Keystone Hclffhta. Fl.*. the instructions .f rae. ef
these new traffic signs which hI
Your Fricndlr( flank In Your Friendly deal .fat symbol Instead ef
Cotmnunlly. words Does the dice police.
nan draw yo a ticket?.


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Seat On Council


W.H. CJuntI87)! Redtearn Jr. many hour every week on city KEYSTONE MEI.ROSEBUSI'.ESS
.Ms submitted Ida resignation business and that the city U
as a city or 1he .tone Indebted to him for his unself rRBusiness HARDWARa O DAaoart CIN'raa 1 DIRECTORY I
Helatata Couwsn effective' ish service.

JUMLIa Fox said that although the
a letter read daring Ida
Council
was not
compelled
absence at the last
Council
to flU the vacancy before the
msettng. Redteam
pressure of business AId that next regular election, he FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN\

obligations'made,this and action.necessary. family duo motif a would suitable be percould SLIMS '
IIARaWAlIf
"He 11."''nov "five be found He asked the ae"A .. u ...,. _M_ 11

month Into hli 'second. term other members to submit And Residential Fish YTStuff ANI
a. Councilman. having been name for possible appointment GARBEN CENTE1

re-elected last December wlth- next Council to the meeting.vacancy at the Construction Increasing Live Bait A complete' Iin. of Hdw.Moare .
out opposition.) Crl ck tt-Sh I nners*Worm t

Ia accepting.' Chairman the reiignatlgereluctenriy Construction-- residential cupied by Keystone Auto Parts MlnnawsTACKLE.RODSREELS .
Everett
Fox and .other: member of the Special AwardIs and comm.rclalcontin- and the. other by Bert* Betty's; Plumbing & Electrical Supp.
said ues on the upgrade in the Keystone Craft Shoppe Dot's Beauty.. FISHING & HUNTING Gro-Tone Fertilizers
Cowed
that Redfearn Given To Heights area. Nook, and the Keystone Clean-. LICENSES AMMUNITION Insecticides
would be very difficult to re. Pictured in upper photos are ers. -
place.Fox said that Redfeamwrib John VaJldejuIi several new business buildings ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From
is 'chairman of the Important that have recently been completed Lower photo) show a few of Keystone rtgts. 4/3-4357 Light

Airport Committee spent on Highway 21 north. the attractive new homes built """ K.y ton. Hgt. 473-3663
John A. ValldeJuU. valedictorian Just beyond the Keystone In the area of the Keystone FURNITUREGIFTSLake
Court of the graduating class Heights city limits. Heights School and the Wo- 'RESTAURANT:
Lengthy at Keystone High School has The building at left houses man's Club. ; WLi Geneva
Session Nets received the annual award of the Village Hardware A Car- From all Indications the Keystone The
The Header's Digest Association den Center. In photo at right Heights area will continue L. FurnitureGift PaladinUnder
$550 For M students who by their are two new buildings, one oc- to grow at a rapid rate. N.w Management
City successful school work show
& Candle
promise of attaining leader Shop Jack and Marie Sanford

Fine. totaling$550 were 1m- ship In the Community; It was Florida Has 6th -B-Que Buffet LunchSMORCASBORG
posed In Keystone Heights municipal announced thI. week by KHS HigJiest Higher Pay Eyed EXQUISITE GIFTS

court last Friday night principal Charles B. Rider. Mon. Them] Fri.
In the lengthiest trial sessionon Tornado Liability In 17. S. Furniture For Every BREAKFAST

Twent-record for the city. ValldeJuU will receive an By City Council Taste And Purse Served From 7 A.M.B. .

Twenty one traffic cases honorary one-year subscription If tornado history Is any guide was no different.On See Our Candle Display B. Quo Take Out Orders

were tried with 20 defendants' to the Reader's Digest,and at least 33 potentially lethal the morning of February IM The Keystone Council responded that higher pay would bring out Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva Open 7 A.M. 10 P.M. Mono
being found guilty and personal certificate from the tornadoes could touch down In 1971 tornado touched down- to more competition for the city 1 -
receiving editors 7, a favorably one MI. E.at of Keys.ane HoU. Thru .
of the
magazine "In recognition Florida this year, and the bulk duff Jobs.
fines : $12.50to near Breeze In the Florida member's suggestion at the
$75 according the seriousness of past accomplishments of them In the months Just a- Panhandle Injuring 112 persons May 9 meeting that salariesof _REAL ESTTERichardT. Fri., Sot., Sun. 7 A.M. .
and In anticipation of head warns State Cllmatolo- "1 wish that I
of the charge. unusual achievement and causing 4.5 million Councilmen be raised from the higher pay 11 P.M.
One case Involving a speedIng The Association to come. gist James Bradley. dollars In damage. the present$160 annually,which would get me an opponent so I Lovorn Hwy 21 N. Top Of Hill
: Is present- More than half of the 435 could vote for I
records through him said Councilman
of
charge turned
was over to Analysis -
ing these has been In effect since 1966. Keystone 473-9620
awards to
the
highest tornadoes that have struck Florida -
the at the continued IncreaseIn Gay G. Livingston
county request of 1971 show a Councilwoman Vergle Homer
honor student In In the past 13 years have chairman of Reg. Real Estate Broker
the Street
the defendant, Richard Allen graduating the number of tornadoes per broached the subject but made Committee -
occurred during the months of TEI.EVrS'ON.\1R I (COM).
classes with an of 50 which has been besieged
Zucker of Gainesville. throughout the U.S. yoar average no recommendation as to effective J
.
Three cases were postponed ValldeJuU Is the son of Mr. May through 1971, said August.In tornadoes reported each year date or size of the in- by erosion problems- In LAKE PROPERTIES/, .y TV Service Center
Bradley a record -
when defendants failed and Mrs. Jorge for the past four years.FloridaIs recent months.
to appear ValldeJuU of of 58 tornadoes touched crease. At present, Councilmen RESIDENTIAL !1
Friday night: John Clinton Keystone Heights. down In the state causing 125 now ranked 6th in the total are paid In a lump sum, No dissenting voices were *
Quasar1
Caress Keystone Heights number of tornadoes (behind heard to the proposed pay Increase BUSINESS ACREAGE VS
I. Inurles and 5 million dollarsIn year, in December. The
Ne- once a
Texas Kansas,
Oklahome
Kathryn Manchester Starke and *
ox suggested that APPRAISALS
and Charles Edward Burke; property damage.While most braska, and Missouri)and 13th $160 covers all meetings during* STEW
East Palatka. of the tornadoes occured In In fatalities with 40 deaths reported the year regular or special. the Council think over the pro- Keyttone rtgt*. 473-3254 CAR AND PORTABLE
National Secretaries Week the summer months, the more In the period of 1953- Chairman Everett Fox said posal and bring the matter up TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL
Speeding
cases accounted for
opened on Shakespeare'i birthday devastating favor cooler for consideration at the next
most of the docket, with arrests this. year. It might to /fitting months. 1970. he favored upping the Councilpay regular meeting. Edna Kncpper; Astoc. AHORESIDENTIAL
Increasing sharply In The death rate In Florida Is In the hope of attracting 473.4111
recent if (he girls/ would take Nine of the ten notable tornadoes
weeks after the Police dictation: with a gootequill/ pen. In Florida history have now about 40 per cent of thenationwide capable people to serve. He
for tornado
Department started using a radar average pointed to the scarcity of candidates Martha Durbin AIR CONDITIONING
occurred In the month of December occurrences. This would WISH I'D SAID Atsoc.
unit. through April and 1971 Imply that the fatality; rate In In recent years stating 473-3362 SALES: & SERVICEKEYSTONE .
that In the last two years
of tornado devastation THAT ,. HEIGHTS
----------- -------------- areas there had been no opposition ,
r Is four times the nation-wide to Incumbents for city offices, BEAUTY SHOP 471-4651 1 1F

: 4-MONTHS HEAT WAVE average.Is due to Part the of fact this that high rate other for and this that reason.no elections were held Neil'sBeauty ME

of
tornadoes perhaps larger
Fox said that such a situation Want to sell your Mobile
areal coverage In Isolated areas Is not conducive to good government "If can't Style she Home If you have a buyer,
do
great ,
and you
I I go unreported of secondly tornado, and expressed hope things, do small things in Mobile' (tome Brokers will
public awareness a ,
"
ALL and
ON ITS WAY TO KEYSTONE In Florida for a arrange financing
I danger Is less keen tares with wide free-span roofs. great way. -Jo Rill Davis, insurance: details for a brokerage
In Midwest. Since the
than the The Three Forks (Mont.)
lovelier fee of 10of the selling
I Florida tornadoes are Isolated If a building is not of rein- Herald. you"Between
I price. For..more information,
forced construction quicklyto
and sporadic people have less go n< --
chance to get warnings and a nearby reinforced buildingor fCj'1e 47 U..1 'I call "'
I
It I :
"CJb'2 WII () !2t MOBILE HOMg BROKERSRT.
Play ; : seek shelter. to a ravine or open ditch "Every man, woman and" .
I Of particular concern, said and lie flat. child should continue to study' K.yston-;'''., ?' I BOX 350 J
Bradley Is the vunerablllty of In open country. If there 1s throughout life; there is no Heights/ s..r MELROSE FLORIDA 32666
o mobile homes to overturning no time to find suitable shelter saturation point for knowledge. !-
I II in strong winds. While the morenumerous lie face down in the near- ."-N.Ie Vane William, and Metros PHONE 475-1751
est depression such as a ditch
summertime tornadoes -
Holmes Fla. Add
County ( )
jr ravine and protect head
are less severe, mobile your
ll home owners should be particularly with your arms. vertiser.
I @ I II alert to tornado warnings -
during this time and shouldbe .
aware of tornado safety;

I CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING I rules.

I TORNADO TORNADO SAFETY WATCH RULESA means KEYSTONE HEIGHTS TO GET

I I weather conditions are ripe for
COMPiETElY INSTALLED tornadoes to develop. Stay
I tuned to radio or televisionand
listen for weather bulletins -

: And Guaranteed To Your Satisfaction! is blue., even A If storm the sky may overhead appear SAVINGS AND LOAN

the
suddenly. Occasionally scan
1 horizon for the approach of
BYDEICETRIESICE dark threatening clouds.There
may not be time for an official FACILITY.

I & SON I Stay tornado alert for wanUrg.the abrupt onset .. .

of violent wind, rain hall '
I or a funnel-shaped cloud. Listen ,:><< r;;. ", "' "
CENTERI: for a sudden Increase in tt., 'I'I':
wind noise. When in doubt; take "r..' "
cover. Tornadoes are often obscured -
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-4651 by rain or""at.A .

TORNADO WARNING "
,' ;
means a tornado actually has
I LET EXPERT CONTRACTORS SURVEY YOUR HOME AND DETERMINE been sighted or Indicated by .or p ,I ,

TilE NEEDS FOR YOUR TOTAL COMFORT AT LOWEST PRICE. I radar. If the twister is nearby \t<-' :'.' ,1'J.r .
seek Inside shelter Immediately .. s ,)
CAll US TODAY FOR A mil ESTIMATE preieraoiy in a r- ".\\\\3tJI 1ft.
storm cellar underground ex- .
I II \t. ..' '1"""
cation or steel-framed or concrete ..O) '"
And Remember reinforced building. I\\\G 5 ()'{, ...........9" .. .< I I STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS! .', ...... ,..,'" tIt":
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In office buildings go to an wi ,. ,,',
"We Are Where You Are When You Need Us!" Interior hallway on the lowest +,,f
,I floor or to a designated shelter ,....1. "
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7'

I Amana I II move In the area.factories quickly plant ,offering workers to the greatest sectionof should .rff r?7 'I'J 1'0. >tOLV't5'." t' 1'tiGtlq .' \', .,' 4, ...


protection In accordance with + r ",1' 1'. .. "( \\\:.
+? 1' Vt .
,
advance plans. .?++rr rr t ...":' ..0.v\
In homes the basement offers r+r:. "-1tEtG .,\":.at 'GtttT, .... \:.0.SC
I! Room Air Conditioners I the greatest safety.; Seek <-10 ... ".'- '' .
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+ f '4"i' \\I'
shelter under heavy furniture + o0.O0.0.(09
4
p"V"o. ,\ ..
r .
I if possible. In homes without 'V10
I FROM 8,00)) BTU TO 24,000 BTU I II basements, take cover In the .\),,,,,,.(; .,\\\1''1 '" .'. 'ttt<.,-.. !' \; '
center part of the house on the % .\\\ ..\.ac t'\ ,' ...ctiVo
alfz
.. .,\
(
lowest floor In a small room ",,\ -:\ -:,
r InstoNed In Mlmrfas ,,0''" .. \ \.01;
4-- .\ .\
such as a closet or bathroom, .,. '"\\ '"
1 o r\\ "" .. '),'1"
or under sturdy furniture.Keep 0'11'" ",V- .
but \ \.\p' \'IVict'V JI. .. :-::1 o JI.
some windows open stay \
1 QUIET OPERATION AUTOMATIC ; .
-
away from ttteml! Ovt. (to'O...... \ pC1(0.= '-\1 n"P'ry "' ;
1 THERMOSTATCall Mobile Homes are particularly ....0 '.. C\..' .S'1"" ''\.V'" I.

D vulnerable to destructive 'yF"o ..awt+ : ...... o, 1
I .1 winds. Proper tie-downs to prevent +jLt+ E'Io" p5 "ha0.' : ZEg0A0Ytr "' ;, .
..._ ::1 : ,.:/jo
Us Today Be Ready For overturning will minimize r1J .......,\ cJ.1 ", '!I"", ,, .

1- Wave .. damage. A warden should be ... i S) .
The Heat ,
Biff appointed' In mobile-home parks '!> \.. V-\ )'!> OV- <\...#'\ ::J.f'fP' :
\
to scan the skies and listento .,,\. \V-.
We Now Feature 8-Traek f fI radio television for warn '" ,',1!....0 fiJ"'V.i'\. .,"lf.J ,..
>
I ings. There should be a designated : 1!.cfJ ... l/jlll' '
t5>
I community shelter where #
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I STEM TAPES !I II a residents tornado can warning.assemble If during there f sq. +;+ N 1!.\\1>. .? /'rrr.rllr .. ,
I 'I ; rr'r
I* no such: shelter do not stay Itl.liJiI' .,:
I II In tornado #/ ""II'll
a mobile home when a ) i ....
.is approaching. Seek refuge 1 fIJ.'IIfli. ::
TRIES A5EKWICE SON :I In a sturdy building oral ,, II.I/I/-I :-
1 a last resort, in a ditch ///J"l'jflllil
culvert or ravine.In .. \ .I :
schools, whenever possible 1 f-.nII. fi'd. .:'\

CENTEI: follow advance: plan to "#/1fJJjlili / ':.
an Interior hallway on the low- /";'" :::j
HEIGHTS PHONE 473-4651 eat floor.Avoid auditorium*and ,
4 KEYSTONE
.
j gymnasiums or other struc-
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CLASSIFIED AD RATES WANTED Rough carpentry LAWN MOWER REPAIR. Automotive CONCRETEBLOCK
By EUsabelb (Given Walker Deadline for Insertion MondayS outside painting jobs,also weldIng Repair. -- Jack Eaves I $ SAVE $
tot
Taking application
p. m. preceding Thursday done at my home. Phone Shell Service 435 E, Madison !- Work

DELL CHAPTER OES the First and third Sunday. before publication. 964-8881. Itp. next door to city power FRED FHA-235
Dell Chapter 168 will hold Junior Choir rehearsal each plant. 2 tp. 5/25. DAVIS BRICK
ONE HALF Ton STONE
M'nlmtun Charge $1.75 egg or produce
its (tonight regular)! meeting at 8 Thursday in the Wednesday Plans are night.in the making for (Covers 15 word) cooling unit. Maintains 80%&humidity FOR SALE- Ford 1/2 ton Pick- BUICK PONTIAC New Brick 3 and 4 DRIVE WAYS SIDEWALKS

Masonic Hall on ttrownlee p.m St. the financial drive in July All Each word over 15, 84! phone 9S4-7817. Itchg.: up truck. Long wheel base GMC TRUCKS"A Bedroom 1 Tomes BLOCK BUILDING.
members are asked to pleasebe fleetwood body, heavy duty CaU for Details)
All members asked to
please be present are and)) on time. present and on time. All Classified Ads must be FOR SALE. bedroom frame springs, and shocks. Air con'dlfloned. LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE ADDITIONS' .:.PATiqs
Greater Bethlehem Freewill paid for in advance unless house partly furnished. One" : Very good condition. YOU A LOT" Low Down Payment
ANNIVERSARY Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper you have established account block from city limits,2 blocks $775. 426 N. Walnut St. 964- REEN COVE and- Moderate Monthly" FREE ESTIMATES
Independent Pallbearers No. Williams pastor. Monday night with The Telegraph In that off Rd. 16, Call 964-5036. Can 5390. Itp. SPRINGS- Pa7mentsLONGCII.lIP
event 50tf! extra for be seen any time. 4tp. 6/8 HAMPTON
9 will hold their 3rd anniversary choir No. :3 I and Ushers Board charge/
at New Hope Baptist No. 2 will meet. Tuesday night billing. Not responsible for FOR SALE- Sturdy dining room BEAUTIFUL Love Seat, scotch: HOMES 468-1677
Church on Juno 18. at 3 p.m. Senior Choir rehearsal Wednesday errors when given over the STRAWBERRIESUPick; New table; walnut finish; $15. 436 guard sofa for only $59.95 at I'tIGIIIt 9M-CM3;
AH members are asked to night Junior Choir rehearsal phone or when! copy Is not potatoes, squash and other N. Walnut St. Itp. Dahmer's Discount. 4tchg.5/25 101 tooth 3Urt
Thursday night the typed and brought to the office vegetables, Call 964-6880 Loyd FOR SALEi Irish
please give full cooperation for potatoes and
Bryan :Morgan Road TP
on Itp.
Ladles Circle will meet. Fri- LINOLEUM
FLOOR string beans. John
success. Rev Mrs. Esslo Holland Covering -- Crews
secretary. day night Prayer Band will FOR SALE 1960 Chevrolet, HELP and WANTEDCook, Waitress 8x9 $3.19; 9 x 12 $5.98; Lawtey; phone 7823822.. Itp.
meet. Saturday dinners will be Dishwasher. Apply 12 x 12 $8.50; 12x 15 only
CARD OF THANKSThe sold from the kitchen. Sunday CLASSIFIED DISPLAY runs good, first $150. Phone in person. Long Horn Restau- $14.95 many patterns and sets for
family of the late Willie dinners will be served at 12:30: 964-6950. Itp. rant. 4tp /2$ colors. Dahmer's Discount. rent black and SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS
Edd: Mitchell Sr. wishesto The public Is invited. $1.75 par inch tfchg. white or color by' week or AND PARTS HOUStt/ CALLS
Sunlight Pallbearers will hold 2 inch minimum' -. $3.50 month at Dahmer's recount SHOP WORK
thank friends for tliclr many FOR SALERegistered! Black !10 tchg. 6/29. ;
acts of kindness at the death their regular meeting Thurs -- Angus bulls, $200 up Clifford SAVE TOP 100 records only 75< and / ALL WORK GUARANTEED
of their husband and father. day (tonight) at Greater Allen Martin, Lawtey, Phone 964- Those Long Distance last week hits for only 59C we !
May God ever bless each of Chapel AME Church. All members Memorials Resolutions Proclamations 7143. 2tp 5/18 will not be undersold at Dah
I you. Rutha Mae Mitchell and are asked to please be Card of "ihanke Phone Call mer's Discount. 4 tchg. 5/25. PUMP SERVICE C.Rrtr.yl.
children. present and ontlmc. $4.00 Minim am up to 50 FOR SALE- Horse and saddle; W. now handle. air lina
words Each word 50St' tickets cruitas and WELLS & PUMPS rna Ii
and
over pony saddle Clifford Mar- tours.Wa !\'"EW11 Reducing: Plan 42
I ClltJKCII NEWS .
tin, Lawtey, Phone 9647145. offer a special package Tablets $3.00 Money Back Guarantee \
fntryfuaaCOI.LFt"I'4It'
I-.bcnozcr Church -
''I Baptist 2tp 5/18 Veil ;2"! and
l Koch Drug Store up
KEEP THE BEAUTY lOW
Rev. Leroy Davis Pa tr.Services Tour of :Maw.
I will begin with Sunday OF OUR FORESTSMATCHLESS. MOBILE HOME repair and ser- 6/22 2f 1k..crvice on nil : : 's ITEMS:

f School at 9:30.: Morning ser- i" .' vice work. Free estimate Call Disney World mnk en URIC -'A -'.IIRAC:

vice at 11 a.m. Evening: ser- 468-1047 Waldo after 6 p.m. PUMPSNEW Call 964.7449 GOUI.DSIVl; 'ltS \\\i\i Mi. N'' of KcyxcAnuSiatc
vice at 7:30.: All members are 2 tp. 5/26. WALKER HOUND-" Lost Penney -
asked to please be present and TOWN FINANCE CO. Farms.- Female-ear tat- )ACO//I: PUMPS : ltd. 100
on time. AND USED ; P.O. too DCIIA-A-87. Call Ben Og-' Florida mil at |'A Hrunofxkv.: Owners
Box 226 N. Tamala Pump Service
Bible class Is held each Tues burn, Jacksonville Tel. 781- Phony' .174 I'HI'
LEW'S SALES 4417. Up. 9911' ItldnJinji HIvJ.PIIOMK .
day night. You are Invited to
PARTS V A LOANSList !; : : 26-MMO!
attend these services. "The CUBB Economic Agency
Allen Chapel AME Church WELDING SHOP SERVICED your property for sale with Ornnifp Park Flu. in Starke Florida, Is now accepting -
ltev. C. E. Jenkins, pastor. e1t nnd Shallow Wens VA Financing, Experience and HAMPTON LAKE LOTS applications for one.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morn- Whispering Pines Mote Water Softeners and capable. A. J, Thomas, Reg. 75 feet water front and reachIng FOR RENT12 wide Mobile full-time (40 hours per week)

Ing service at II. The 1 choir ) US 301 S. Phone FiltersPlumbing Real Estate Broker Tel. 964- Terms.from water of Lake to Road. homes outside city; limits. J. Band and one Dart-time (24 hours
Union will be held at 3 p.m. 964.8252 5701 & 064-6850 It 964-5701 A.& J. Thomas, Tel.. Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114 per NeighborhoodsYouth) '
in Lake Itatlcr. Evening service Supplies 964-6850. tfchg or, 964-8799. If no answer Summer
I 5:30.: Senior Choir rehearsal Be extra careful with matches UTILITY TRAILERS call 9648874. tfchg Corps program operating In
R I I Tuesday night'", before in the woodtlMuid. CUSTOM BUILT EXPERT SERVICE ON O.C. Carnes Nursery the Counties of Clay, Union and
GAS AND ELECTRIC Bradford Employment will be
f Ri Claim WELDING BRAZING ALL MAKESPHONE Thousands of Plants 'ller BrOWD WE GIVE SERVICEWe get for a ten week period beginning
i Social Security SHEET METAL, : 96..7061DURRANCE Fruit Trees, Shade Trees results! List your property; for June 5 and ending August 14,
sale with _
Call
I; Evergreens Camellias, us. today. 1972. Experience with programs -
HITCHES
TRAILER
BILL
POWELL, BROKER: 964-
serving the disadvan-
Number Is ImportantIVnpIo INSTALLEDWrangler PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Azaleas, Roses 6464 ,or 964-6810. tf/chg taged and youth preferred Salary .
Moot In ean. Plant Anytime $110 per week (full-time)

LANDSCAPING and $65 per week (part-time).
Volkswagen
i cillcciiiif. monthly; "The claim number M MI. S,E. of Stark. Hwy. 100 A Hole i'a Your Roofss All applications must be sub-
FOR RENT Unfurnished 3 bedroom
Moi'ial Hcrurity! checks has 9 digits followed by one house located 417 W. Call.- F'lormhome .r216S:! New Vied ._ mitted by May 29, 1972. Send
: should always keep record( .. or two utters I such as A, $85 per month For Information Sales Service Or A, complete resume and three let
of their, claim unrulier, mfOMliiiK It. (e, 'or I1A." call Melrose 475-2813. f WHOLENEW ters of reference to : NelsonR.
In social cluim number 1 Ml. North of Tire MapGAINESVILLE fibs Executive Director
: Neciirilyollicials ; Thu uppoiirn )- tfchg.
/ here."With on, monthly/ checks, Boots ri WATER FOR FRONT SALE LOTS !f: f,.' : 136 CURB North Economic Agency, Inc., 1
Temple Post
Avenue
almost 27 million/ Mvdiciirc curds, rind most WANTEDCook and Waitress, On Crosby Luke and Crosby fk Office Drawer 970 Starke Ho-
,
.."l'inllll''UI'( beneficiaries; / correnpoiutuNco from the! FOR THE ./ taking applications. Apply at Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet C c3"4.ROOF rlda 32091." ,

sumo of them with the Soi-inl Security Ailininl.Unitlon ( Garden Restaurant tfchg wide, 8 feet deep) Located on J & J Roofing Co. "AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY .
mi mo! nmes tho claim that InvolvcH the clulrn.People WHOLEFAMILY '" State Road 100, 3 miles Westof 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand tMPLOYER":: ''J

number is important lie- r--..::: .. Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation cleaned 'at Dahmcrs ,Discount Phone 964-8088 or 473-4733. I 2tchg. S/2S. ,t
cottage, mobile home or
fast service
cause it immediately/ Idenll.lies tfchg
301 South
( should line t the! investment. Hiway
,, individual/ record.
mi\
claim/ number! whenevertlu'.y Prices start at $1,295.00) $200 "
a spokesman said. FURNITUREQuality down and $35.00 month for 36 The Glass Shop

,Tliu! claim mimlior III f not ; .writi> ii. Idler dhoti 1 BOOTS M ann"if (8 1/2 % simple Interest ) le 1969 FORD Calaxle BOO 4 dr.
ahvuyn'"" the Boclivl security their claim mad<1 should have e Home Furnishings ). sedan. V-8 engine. Air, power Glaac ,-

number of .the person. trot tho number handy If they .> Custom Draper* Call 964.7701 .8 a.m. to 9 and automatic transmission. For --. ... ... c '' '.,
j ting monthly payments. mil!I or visit II i ,,",:hll security :- e Carpeting p.m.weekdays.. tf Excellent condition. $1,495.00. :" .:, 't

"Jt'ii actually the social ; olllce. "The claim number BELTS WALLETS C Interiors by Victor LAKE GENEVA Call 964-8332 Itp AH CARS and TRUCES

security! number of the imMiircx'' prompt and ac ( BAGS-ACCESSORIES 1600 Park Ave. Orarge Park MOBILE HOME Installed Whilo-lMVait
j worker on whose record the curateacllnii for t the ln'iii'liciaiy. 2644331 FOR RENT- bedroom house '
SALES Custom Vinj I Auto (
furnished 'vl pa
INSURANCEAT or unfurnished. Also
lltlh'lm'I"; cxllectlag, I the uncial m'curityKpokcxman LAKE CHURCH
checks" the spokesman nil III. INDIAN 'MOCCASINS REDUCED RATES '12'''Axozr HIDES Nollman 1 bedroom tfchg.apt. furnished. W,H. 1017 N. Main;! CTcE'riaaalsr.nee '! !

f'weal In enlhrr SE1iNGMACHINE AUTO, FIRE. BOAT PHONE 473-4320

DOYLE E. CONNER OX ROUT!:: 100 FOR SALE1971 Dodge Dart .

PINE VIEW ANGUS FARMS OLD KENTUCKY INSURANCE AGENCY Keymone Height; 'FIaIs.xwtr.. Rallywheels vinyl top P/S. .IS month.* old' ,OU""TP.1t ftlNllioil' K mi e"a..t, ..:rtr,|
Kingsley Lake, scaly Cl *. blofltflinsn./ G'nllr.'' hftt' .
tchg. 533-2696. In brohvn and r.rty to 'tmm.OuKk .
HERD DISPERSAL
WESTERN SHIRTS Sales and Service HM lip turn,r. R K. Smi'il,' t
t w MMM i
14447/7, Surk.' ;. rla. I
Monday, May 22 10:30: A.M. PFAFF ELNA }REDUCE safe & fast with Go- INTERESTED!: IN.:: BUYING OR FOR RENT- 2 single family

At Tho Farm, 2 Mile South Of Llva Oak, Fla. CARRADINELeather How Homes Pese Tablets & E-Vap "water SELLING homes: I BR, 2 BR. N. Lake
Head of Ragistarad Angus pllls."..Andrews Pharmacy.7tp St., Starke, Vacant June 3.
[On U.S. HWY 129 S.Ilin9122 ] WHITE 6/15 CONTACT' Phone 782-3311. 2to 5/18 MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
1 And Farm And Cattl. Equipment. For Catalog &

Information Contact: Andrew Walker, OwnarRt. Shop $49:50 up GE.lI1Gi( ; :?; '.;ntu.R I'S WANTED-:; t'sed furniture, refrigerators 90 West Lake City

[ 2, Box 6S Llva Oak Fla. 32060 ((904)) 363.2005 1 MILE SOUTH ON U.S. 301 Parts & Repairs an ansoots .?:: \LKST\TE washers ...Dahmer's Phone 752-3723
LAWTEY.FLA. Discount House, tf/chg For Belt Selection
Of
a I all other Make Ma- Mobiio Homos PHONE 964-7826

WWII 792-3400 chine. SINGLES& DOUBLE WIDES 421 W. MADISON ST. FOR SALELake side cottageto TRAVEL TRAILERS
._ .
-- -- MINI
-HOMES
be movedapprox., i.uuusq.
NATIONAL Expando Rooms & Add ft. aluminum siding. 2 BR TRUCK CAMPERS '
,
18 In. Live Bass Worms | On Rooms 16'CANOES guide:, Mohawk$155; 17-1/2', fiberglass, $170, large family room. Ideal for AND TOPPERSFull

lYETNEWSt 611 W. Univ. Ava.Cainaavilla Fraa delivery and sat up plus tax...Dealer, Gainesville small Phone 964-6853.family Buford tfchg Mitchell I Line Of Part And

5; Times (Fougliter Than Earth Worms\ Florida 100 MILE RADIUS 3720521. 12tp 6/29 Service
373-1355 WE :NOW: HAVE diamond nee-

Boots & Trailers At Cost An amendment Rehabilitation to the and Vocational Education BANK FINANCINGNWY IF YOU RENT OR IF YOU dles for any mnke or model

Regulations now provides :MINOR RESIDENTIAL reno- 17 North Green Cove BUY YOU PAY FOR stereo playerDahmer's Discount LOTS'FOR SALE Stark Golf
THE House tel
ATWIPEI1CAII for the recognltionas part vation, painting, masonry, carpentry -' T.I.l 284.5001 Cllil I. Country Club, ready for
of Institution training the clinical etc. Free estimates 264.7311 HOME YOU OCCUPY lulldtng on or for Investment.

Runs On Water Or Land Worth $1,500.00New phase of a school's medical Call 468-1047 after 6 p.m. 2tp. RETIRED GENTLEMAN 60 Lot area approximately 1/2
no
speciality program If !given 5/26. Wa Make It So Easy To Own A icre land larger. Paved roads .
drinking A/C
wants and
Tag, Now Stickar A Law3095.OO room nly 3 minutes from town.
In a physician' office, N.w Or Usad board, bath Near Stark
Homa. .Write
2-1/2 Cell: !! 964-7701 8 to 5 P.m.
announced W.B. Mackall Dir toJ acre plots X 301 Box 128, Starke Fla by June a.m. ,,
of Florida Division of approx. 2 ml. out of city tfchg
ector 12'wida 24' 1972.
in wldas Itp.
Veterans 2 Bedroom, 1 bath, City, limits.

has Only 5,100 Miles On It Medical Affairs.and dental specialty frame, on large lot,nice house New Usad R pos FOR SALE.Small house and lot. FOR RENTFurnished or un-

courses such as X-rays technician Santa Fe Lake 80' lot. Seawall RAIFORD Up To 12 Years To Pay Good location, will sacrifice. umlshed 1 bedroom efficiency
medical 3 BR frame recently painted.convenlentJ' apartment, $65. Near
technician boat dock & bath Maans low For information call 9648616. shopping
BUSH'S: medical records and librarian ramp located to low Payment 4t 6/8. :enter Phone 964-8404.
house double boat shelter,
physical therapist and dental stores post office, etc.Beautiful ftchg 3/U
small house, very neat. High Wa Trod.
technician courses whether accredited large yard. For Anything From
263 N. Temple Ate. or non-accredited and dry lot. Billy Goats To Battleships.

I Has Salt Water Keels And Rods offered by a school will be 70 acres near Hampton on Frame House In quiet partof T JOHNS CARL BIGGS
measured on the basis of credit paved road, mostly pasture city. 3 BR. Air Cond.Floor MOBILE HOME -

10 FT. Surfrods attendance.hours or. Required clock hours clinics of Furnace Paved drive, family Oranga Ava. (U.S. 17)) Gulf ServIce
Frame Duplex apt., good location room, carport. Well kept Phone 284-5439
Green Stamps To Gas Customers training given in an amiiated Good Income property;) home and yard. Priced for Used Parts FIAT:
hospital, clinic, laboratory or quick sale' Craan Cava Springs, Fla. .
---------- THE
medical center will be assessed FINEST SELECTION OF
5 acres, 660' on paved road
as Institutional trainIng by 330' deep. High, dry. Frame House in city. 2 BR. USED CARSIn SALES PARTS
when It I. an Integral part Inside redecorated. Chain link SEWING MACHINE-Cleatred, SERVICE
of the course and the completion home In fence. Close to oiled and In this
3 bedroom City, 1 everything. adjusted your: whole area
PROBLEMSWith of It .Is a prerequisite to bath, kitchen, living .t dining Outside needs some repairs. home, $5.00. Vacumn'cleaner 24 Hr. Wrecker Service USED IMPORT CARS
the course. area, screened porch, needs repairs also All work guarant
The student remain enrolledIn some repairs. GRAHAM eed. Dennis E, Cogglns, Phone USED PARTS HARf RED AUTO

Your POWERED the training course during period the and clinical the 3 bedroom house, I bath.Excellent trees.Beautiful Nice location 3 BR Block, large const.oak 431-1423 tfch* Hwy. 301 W. Waldo IMPORTS:; INC.

training Is under the directionand location. Central air. Paved': circle drive. Paved }
461-1998 509 !. UnKarsitrCalna
supervision of the school.
large corner lot In City Assorted fruit 2-
EQUIPMENT ? 8} very ; road. trees '
Clinical In
.vllla
training given aphysician's 1/2 acres land. 8 min to ,JIMMY MOORE'SSUN 372.4373OLIN'S' __
also called
office Large house furnished Starke 16 min. to Gaines- SPORTS
Mkanopy Internship, will be recognized will sleep 13-20 people on ville.
a. purtof the Institutional trainIng River Ocala National ores
Welding ShopPh. MOORE BOAT FOR
If the course Is accreditedby t. MOBILE HOME SALES
964.8970 the Council of Medical Education BILL POWELL BROKER YOUR MONEY
U.S. 301 South and the American Medical 9646464Or Service It Our Policy-
ACIOII From 301 Drive la Association. 10 acre., with heavy growthof Starke Ph. 984-5791
Mackall said that If the pine. near Lawtey. When ;you buy a mobile home
course Is not so accredited, Complete Outboard you should consider quality; .
Will' adjust and service your raI( RA such\ practical or onthoJobtraining GEORGE ROBERTS WAYNE Stern Drive Service and price and service. ..... "'oM
equipment to assure you of or experience In the REAL ESTATE DOUGLAS'ASSOCI. Repair. Complete Fiber- We. give all three and guarwitee O'J.' I
to beat i4
not .\TE any advertisedpig
office
many hours of convenient physician's may Repair. Custom-
unless the PHONE 964-7826 built -
be Included program
operations. ..o.N.AuMO.l/f.:".. Is approved. aa a cooperativecourse. 421 W. MADISON ST. 964-6593 Boat Fiberglaa. Fishing ..,295.00.12 toot wides start at


_Hwy. 100 West t- Stark. 164-5606

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